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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 20, 1964
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sunny Clear and and warm mild tomorrow tonight;' LAKELAND LEDGI FINAL I


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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 210 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1964 0 hr r PRICE FIVE CENTS






F lay i In Polk I




first met the king In Khoury's
native city.
The king had Just won the
race in a fiery red Mercedes.

.+ The friendship continued in
several water-ski meets, and
last summer at the world's ski
s championship tournament at

Vichy, france-Khoury asked
Hussein to come to the Gardens
while on his US. tour.
Horses Shown
6 At the Islands Gardens
4 !p s sports plaza King Hussein

peered through underwater
windows withstanding 23,040
pounds pressure aa comely El
Fin swim clubbers (Orlando)
aqua-balleted; a Le Mans-type

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n Foreign Policy Verdict Delayed 1)a BroughtBy U.S.SAIGON




Diplomats Say LBJ Doing South Viet.Nam

(AP-U.S. diplomatic sources
said today the right-wing army
Well In Domestic FieldWASHINGTON coup In Laos had collapsed aft
er one day, US. opposition to
the coup apparently was a ma.
jor factor
(
: (AP) Presl- level during the last period ol the Western world's leader, "The situation is back whereIt
Ident Johnson, in confidential the Kennedy administration United States, election year I was 38 hours ago," said an
embassies In affairs however, not, must continue to
reports many European foreign give \ American diplomat who had
sent to their capitals, got grading had to be postponed because -.. ante to the West. been In contact with the U.S.
an "A" in domestic affairs. But of wjia diplomats delI- De Gaulle Attitude Hit ; Embassy in Vientiane, the Laotian
grading was deferred in his cately described as Johnson'i I There is an almost capital.
other major,.foreign policy.A reserved attitude on'mOlt for-. similarity among Western He said reports were still
number of Western diplomats eign policy questions which interest -. lomats, the French sketchy, but that diplomatic dis-
who cannot be quoted, this/country's European\ I
mildly criticising.(} / \/ vanna Phouma had been re-
speak with surprising frankness allies tration's position on diaries : patches, Iron Vientiane said
,abqut these reports. CoO..tll11' The envoys; of course: art i Gaulle. '\ >e' wctrti.- they.... neutralist Premier Prince Sou-
tions whh. them reveal {hat the afore .that IM4 is aa election I range from exaggeration to leased from' house arrest and
envoys have amazingly similar domestic' featism. De Gaulle Is not leader* .of the coup had apologized
views about the Johnson. admin I. rope, the diplomats' for their attempt to topplethe
btratlon. policy headaches Into the back goes They feel the coalition government.
The explanation for the flattering ground. It is also true, they concede Washington thinking
Rebels
high mark in domestic that the lull in East-West overrates the general's ApologizeThe
affairs Is simple. Johnson, the relations relieved the chief executive to bring European dispatches said the rebel
diplomats are saying, has from making dramatic to a halt or to create some leaders also apologized to Gen.
achieved In a remarkably si ort decisions. of a third force.Washington / Phouml Nosavan, right wing
time good working harmony, But. one French-speaking dip- it la felt, is leader In Laos, who was not
.
with Congress, something which, lomat spoke of noblesse obligein to forget that De Gaulle hllllne/ linked to the coup.
low I this case meaning that as In London, the British For
they say was on a sadly to France, and through <( d M-
to Europe, something .", The elgn Office reported that Sou.
.. vanna and other leaders had
was badly needed: stability ( ( .k.
It Is highly gone to the royal capital, Luang
I some of the diplomats king Prabang, for talks with the

tale, that Europe would
"The situation In Vientiane
RACE FOR GOVERNOR
.-, ; ward more advanced political on integration the road On appears to be gradually revert
log to what it was before," an
there were no De Gaulle.
American diplomat said
,
gration Is viewed as a
praiseworthy goal, but an : In Bangkok, however the
I High Charges WasteIn most Utopian one, newspaper Thai Rath said that

under present conditions r that after the, report Vientiane of the radio coup'scollapse repeated
Europe is pressed neither ; definitely
Sunday's communiquesfrom
State GovernmentBy toward cally nor H.economically to sides their the military committee
which
staged Sunday' predawn
Some of the
Europeans,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSFlorida's The mayor said It was such job coup.

gubernatorial candidates -business methods that increased (Turn to Page 2, Column conditions Leonard Unger, U.S. ambassador
resumed the campaign Florida taxes $173 million. las! Negotiators for five unions Willard Wirtz heads three government to Laos, had brought pressure
trail today, eager to get their year and nearly 200 railroads are reported mediators also engaged The railroads say current on Gen. Kouprsslth Abhay,
message to as many voters ai State Sen. John E. Mathews at a stage of practical In trying to bring the two work rules cost them some $600 the anti-Communist career officer
possible before the May 5 primary -Jr., of Jacksonville., was Insc- horse-trading never before sides together million a year In unnecessary who led the army group
tine Sunday but expressed Jubilation achieved in the five-year workrules : Reports Fluctuate wages and Jobs The unions con that overthrew Souvanna's co-
I Guarded reports emanating tend proposed changes would
On the Democratic side, Mayor over his endorsement by dispute.But alition.
reflecting the from the secret bargaining sessions sharply cut salaries of many of
Robert King High of Miami four major Florida newspapers one source Secretary of State Dean Rusk,
the "outrageoui Rep. Fred Karl Of Volusil r uncertainty of the outcome, said In the White House office the approximately 200,000 train who had been visiting South
said Sunday methods" of Gov. Farris .. County urged true leadership in "Nothing Is buttoned up until building the past 10 days have operating employes and reduce Viet Nam, said before leavingfor
business administration coal the field of politics 6 everything Is buttoned up" fluctuated between tones of optimism manpower to a point Jeopardizing Washington that the United
Bryant's $173 million He told the Florida School Strike Possible I and pessimism. life operations of the trsins States disapproved of the coup
Florida taxpayers Food Service convention al Indications are both sides Asked what he would do If the and feared It might upset the
last year. of . Failure to reach some sort ol view the negotiations as still in bargaining falls to produce a
shocking, High Jacksonville that the courage i. In Geneva accord of 1962 which setup
Particularly legislators is, tested whenever "Y 1Pr agreement may result a the formative stage, with Sunday's voluntary agreement Johnson a coalition government for
told a Miami rally, was the negotiated . rail strike at "
coast-tooast "
don't know
sessions said 1 honestly
approaching a :
called to vote u..i p. Laos.
they are upon
lS7 million ol
sale of $
} 12:01: a.m. (EST) Saturday. I highly critical phase. There are no provisions remaining -
also
He continued: Britain and France came
He said the
bonds. expenses
turnpike The White House said the report
Johnson, who asked for to in regular federal law
"Unfortunately some legislators. out In opposition to the coup.
the bonds were $1million.
on . have obviously not had to Johnson Is expected day's report, said at a Saturdaynews under which Johnson could de. The coup took place shortly
leaves for
contrasted that with the the courage of their conviction early today before he Associated conference, "There Is lay a strike beyond the voluntary after Souvanna returned from
High York to address The
New to that deadline 15-day postponement he
nothing magic
or else for political expediencyhave
tale of $l88 million worth of consistently taken a walk Press annual luncheon. ." won from both sides April 9 I (Turn to Page 2, Column 2)
schools bonds, which he said Federal mediators, working'
were handled under competitive -rather than a firm stand when under Johnson's orders, spent
bidding under cabinet supervision controversial issues were under the weekend shuttling between Nation's GOP Leaders See Nixon
consideration.
at a cost of only $498- union and management representatives I
000. Kelly Stresses Education In continued intensive
As Most Likely To Get Nomination
I State Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland et. efforts to close the gap separating .
in a statement stressed the two aides
the importance of education.He Two private mediators calledin NEW YORK (AP-A nation think the convention will nominate -a runaway In the December
said that if he la electedhe by J Johnson Theodore Kheel wide poll of Republican county ?" findings-after President John
INSIDE TODAy will see to it "that the state'i and George T.ylorere re-, chairmen and other party lead Here are the results: son took office-Goldwater's political
public school system is advanced ers named former Vice President -, Most Likely to be Nominated stock dropped sharply
to the highest degre ol rF .W Lightning Hits Richard M. Nixon as the Nixo 28 Goldwater, however, continuedto
excellence to meet the challenge ). most likely winner of the 1964 Goldwater-421 lead the field until Nixon
Page of Florida's tremendously Plane Carrying GOP presidential nomination. I Lodge-189 passed him In one part of the

Amusements ... m..10 increasing population" Sen. Barry Goldwater of'Ari Scranton-1S9 April purvey
? Mrs. Johnson however far aheadas Rockefeller50Others Some support In the first two
Business Newt .. .. 7 Former State Sen. Fred 0 zona, was I
? both Cabot
went to Henry
the personal preference of -19 polls
Bridge ....... ................ 3 said Dickinson the Florida of West taxpayer Palm Beach"Ii t ati CLEVELAND (AP) lightn'ng the 1,806 persons participating.I No opinion expressed-223 Lodge, ambassador to South
Crossword Puzzle ..11 I the forgotten man." Dickinson r 4 u struck a four-engine air. The survey was the third such Your Personal Preference Viet Nam, and Gov. William W.

Comics .........-..... 10-11 promised, if elected, to make s liner bringing Mrs. Lyndon B. poll taken by The Associated Goldwater-122 Scranton of Pennsylvania. They
.Classified ............ 12-13 stand in the taxpayer's. behalf. Johnson here today from Washington Press Nixon-301 received many more votes in
He said at Pensacola-: but the pilot said "it: In the survey, which began I Lodge-193 the latest survey-this despite
Deaths ............ .... 2
the fact that, like Nixon, they
"If the people of Florida think was a small strike, and I had April 1, correspondents In 50 Scranton-Ill
Dear Abby .... ...... 11 they are taxed to near capacity no trouble controling the air states and the District of Columbia RockefellerOthers have not campaigned in any
EditorialsHoroscope ..........."... 4 they would be astoundedto liner. questioned more than 3,000 -27 primary election nor said they
...._........ 10 now realize how many hidden Kingly Sport George A. Mosteller, 58 of county chairmen, vice chair No preference are candidates for the nomina

Television ................ 11 taxes they really pay." Vienna. Va, a United Alrlinesl men, town leaders and other The first Associated Press tion.Gov.
he continued, $1.11.. rM., ", Hit Meprty KI.S HUSMIII I I.0 Jades take. veteran pilot, said the flight: party officials. survey was made last October; Nelson A. Rockefeller ol
.. .... ..... "For example
......... S
Sports "a loaf of bread carries approximately C tura .t ruts, ikimf .t Cyprett Gcre'em el It* takes time et which left Washington at 5:18: There were two part. In the the second In December after New York, who Is campaigningfor
Weather Map ............ 3 150 different taxes andover Mss ha kitty Uey scket'vle !I. the Unrtee" St..... Cemmeirtfe' a.m. and landed here at 1:50 questionnaire-"Who Is your'the assassination of President I the nomination, ran last in
Women ............... 5 ... .. '. to be the John F. KennedyIn October and lost ground In both
1.000 different taxes are in I ph.e..r.ph.r, Tbi it ku pier **, .*' i** r rt> l 21y a.m., 10 minutes late, was a personal preference
a quart of milk." ..,-.M nteiterck aiijeye1 every minute el it y. tor4ey. rough one I nominee?" and "Whom do you, the first poll, Goldwater wa the December and April polli.FORECAST' .

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2 LAKELAND. LEDGER Monday, April 20, 1M4 ,
---I Sigman Elected,, Kelly Dickinson LeadIn !Orbiting Of TroubleShootingTechnical


I Diplomats Say LBJ Doing By Lions ClubIn : I


Well In Domestic Field : W. HavenWINTER Bartow Straw VoteBy Library- SuggestedBy

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eluding at least one economic nuclear arms, neither heir participation RONNIE STUART ley S. Boone 55; Bill Read, 32 HOWARD BENEDICT In the paper are to maintain th else' 300 pounds for a technical
expert also minimize Washing.I in a multilateral force HAVEN-Headmg I Ledger Staff Writer I Supervisor of Registration-,I AP Aerospace Writer I technical library on the groundor manual on piece part level type

ton's concern about inflation nor any pact forbidding them the Winter Haven Lion for BARTOW-If a straw vote J. E. Holly, 8, H. L. Palmer,I CAPE KENNEDY (AP) A,! to carry It aboard the space of systems, Moravec and Wolk

ary tendencies on the other side I Ito have them will serve as a the coming year will be Prank I taken at one Bartow business 123; Blanche M. Work, 59. manned space laboratory on an!station Perfection of a library, reported The solution they
establishment Is indication Crimlal Court Clerk-Joh n I extended it said would enhance chancesfor said, would be to micro-film the
of the Atlantic. They du not deterrent, it wa said. elected at week's end. any orbital mission develops -
deny the trend exists and that:I Sigman Lakeland's Scott Kelly and Fred Brown 10; Robert J. Haslett, 76.. an electronic problem survival of a space flight I information and develop an ef
it could become serious, as was" Also taking office July 1: (Bud) Dickinson will oppose County Commission, District The crew knows what the Each proposal has advantagesand fective means of quickly locating

the case In Italy, but the economists '"Rightists'Coup Jim Greenfield first vice each other in the second Democratic Ceorge R. Burt, 5; J. H. trouble is, but doesn't have the disadvantages depending' the proper corrective ac
president, Lewis Wright, second primary. Kegley, 5; Francis L. Pipkin, technical know-how to repair It. on type and duration of mission tion and displaying It in the

In LaosCollapses vice president; Dan Results of straw vote ballotIng 17; Floyd Woods, 63. The answer is a few hundred the engineers reported. I spacecraft.
conducted at .Wllson-Pipei County Commission, District: miles away in an unmanned The ground station library Pinpoint Trouble
Mooty, third vice president; Men's Store show that Kelly accumulated 3-L. W. Dunson, 59; James J. satellite called "TOLO" for would have the added input of
Charles Goshorn, fourth vice- Musso 25.County The library not only must produce
Dickin
( 36 votes to technical order library In orbit trained engineers who know the solutions but It also
president; Julian Knox, secretary son's 34.Other Commission Distric: The astronauts beam a radio spacecraft systems Intimatily must
alarmed
not unduly be able to and
are the Plalne del Jtrres, where he : Ray Smith, assistant candidates in the gov 5-Aldine Combee 55; Bob C. message to TOLO: "Battery But It would require many analyze pinpointthe
because they Europe s of trouble from
say !had attended a summit meeting I ernor's race and their yates: Jones 28; Joseph F. Sedmera, thingamabob stuck" large expensive transmission cause avail-
Is : lex blood treasurer able data if the
economy healthy with the other leaders of the coalition -. secretary were llaydon Burns, 8; Robert 6. TOLO's .facilities and must rely on radio astronauts do
Raised ; Carleton Lucius, assistant King High. 4. Frederick B. School Board District 1-. computer swiftly analyzes not know precisely what Is
Eyebrows Gen. Phoumi and Prince I the problem and within'communications through the
I Souphanouvong, leader of the)I treasurer Billy Yon Karl, t; John E. (Jack) Mathews Seth McKe I, 43; Dora Cox seconds They)'sometimes tricky earth's atmos wrong
There are some eyebrows Lion tamer, Gene Dugger, assistant 6. Phillips 46. relays a solution "In the beginning" the paper
Pathet Lao and
raised over U.S. enthusiasm for pro-Communist Lion tamer; AI Stevens astronauts fix the thingamabob,phere. said "manned
School space crews will
Board District 4-
)
half brother of the Holland Leads
the multilateral nuclear force,' Talks Failure Announced premier I tail twister, Joe Twomey, assistant The lone Republican vote wentto R, L. Brumbaugh, 31; Austin TRace and continue their journey Erase Problem consist of two or three astronauts
a which should reach anew tail twister, and Rev. Methods Outlined
project Souvanna announced that the Ken Folks Jr., !57 The satellite approach would whose primary function
phase In June when an DeDault, chaplain TOLO was one of three methods
The two-day balloting also erase the atmospheric commu- will be piloting the vehicle and
American is used to Directors elected for two proposed here today for de-
destroyer i
I produced a wide margin for nications problem but would require various life science experiments.
demonstrate It* feasibility. De. 'i r;,r.'Pd' 0". years: Charlie Fields and Jim Barlow's Spessard L: Holland, livering vital technical knowl- a network of several These people probably would
spits Washington's fervor, thereis : I Bradford; for one year, Clinton Florida' senior U.S. senator HusseinRelaxes edge to manned space stations TOLOS to insure one was with. not be trained electronic or

almost complete lack of Joy Thomas, Slim Summerville The results released this They were In a paper presentedat in radio range of a manned mechanical engineers, chemists
the Europeans Including talks had'- f'aj-IP among morning by Dick Pipes, show On craft at all times. The satellites or technicians who would be
those who consented to par. and that he would ask King I Jim t Greenfield outlined Holland tallied 82 votes as com Martin Co engineers. C. T would need costly redundant familiar with all the equipmenton

ticlpate In the demonstration Savang Vathana to relieve him plans for a fund-raising light pared to eight won by his opponent Moravec and T. E. Wolk. systems for reliability. board. Therefore they might

The U.S. contention that the as premier. bulb sale-starting Thursday. Brailey Odham Polk Visit The--other possibilities..outlined.Brookside An on > board library would have to rely on. others to expedite -
force Is a political necessity because The strike against Souvannawas Jim Titus was introduced; his Other races set for the MayS I -------- eliminate reliance on outside repairs. Consequently,

it will serve as a safety launched by Kouprasith Rainbow Girls will cooperate primary and balloting In each i| liver boat race: synchronized Nixon Takes sources but would add critical: laving the library on the ground
valve against German nuclear and 75 other officers: Including i with the Lions on the projectA were: swimming, pirouette high div. I weight to the station-as much .would be most workable."
ambitions termed by 18 who called themselves dnorto-door campaign Is I - - - --- --------
was generals Attorney General-Earl Fair. ing and clown acts
helped the
some as naive and met by oth- the "Committee of the scheduled, with all proceeds to cloth 24; James W. Kynes, 63 king relax, ''ConservativePolicy
ers with a shrug. Should the National Army" the Lions eyesight conserva- Commissioner, Florida Public He and

time come-and nobody says It Ambassador Unger was In tion fund Utilities Commission-Phillip S Hassan were especially aroused when young E. Line <@! bituarie I

will when the Germans be- Saigon for talks with Rusk. Brewer, 17: Edwin L. Mason,,I Snow Martin, of Lakeland,
lieve they must have their own Speeding back to Vientiane he 62.

_ told Kouprasith the United Yucca Plant State Attorney-Glenn Darty, .. WASHINGTON (AP) Richard -. MEMBERY JERNEGAN DOUGLAS A. SLEETH

States is "categorically op 51; Edward C. Flood. 39. M Nixon Is developing ihardline I Membery B. Jernegan. 049, of WINTER HAVEN
Douglas A.
TIME FOR A posed" to any seizure of pow! Blooms Sought Griffin Leads r .:. PJ.f gt.Jit ) :1 position on foreign I 1022 S. Nakomis St, died unexpectedly -Sleeth 74, of 154 Ave. II, SE

CHANGEFULL er. He urged immediate releaseof State Senator-Charles Curtis,, policy that some politician!I Saturday afternoon at died at his residence Saturday

all neutralists "as first step By Scientist 8; Ben Hill Griffin Jr., 74; Quil- presented his Arabian stallions think U calculated to attract: the South Florida Baptist Hospital night following a long Illness.

toward restoring the situation lan S. Yancey, 13 In a horse ballet, performed i conservative support for the, I in Plant City Mr. Sleeth was a native of n
back to normal! Lakelanders who have State Representative. Group by two winsome equestrians in Republican presidential nom)..: He was a native of Wauchulaand Toronto, Canada, and moved to

m I r blooming Spanish I bayonet 2-Ray Mattox, 55; Q. Quitman ornate Arabian costume: Lin I nation. had been a resident of Lakeland this area in 1924. He had been

(yucca) plants in their yards Quinn, 14.; Jack L. Turner, 20. da Moxln of Winter Haven, Nixon, the I960 nominee, has I for four years. He was an employed by Bordo Products for
;: Negro Voters can play an important role In State Representative Group and Chris Hanahan, of Lakeland kept himself available for another employe of the Virginia-Carolina the past 30 years. He was a
cancer research 3-David B. Hlgginbottom. 7,; try at the prize if there h Corp. in the phosphate division member of the First Christian

:League To MeetThe Dr. Boris Sokoloff of the Klngswood Sprott Jr., 31, Wallace The Koehler Brothers trampoline a stalemate at July's San Fran. at Homeland. Mr. Jernegan was Church and the IOOF J

Florida Southern College BioResearch L. Storey, 56; Gene West, 8. and trick-dived to the cisco GOP convention a member of the Westside Baptist Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
Rev. J. J, McGriff, president . Laboratory needsthe Clerk of Circuit CourtErnestD. king's delight and then Close associates said that the Church of Lakeland Edith May Sleeth, Winter Haven

of the Lakeland,Negro Voters blooms In Ms search for a Dixon, 12; K Clark Stone, the piece-de.resistance-which came former vice president has not Survivors include his widow, ; one son, Frank C. Sleeth.
league, has announced the chemical which will help con 17; Paul Vaughn, 56. the king didn't watch. He yet decided whether to make Mrs. Mary Evelyn Jernegan; Winter Haven; one sister, Mrs.
regular meeting of the league at trol cancer Sheriff-Monroe Brannen, 27; In the forefront as was the organizational moves that three daughters, Mary Alice Jer Marjorie Morrell Toronto; one
I an
TIMI the Community Auditorium tonight Persons willing to donate H. P. (Pat) Gordon, 7; Clifton water-skier expert would be Interpreted as Iran. negan, Barbara Elaine Jerneganand brother, Fred Sleeth, Toronto;

ON THI JOI at 8 o'clock. their yucca blooms to the cancer L. Howell, 37. Hamp Rogers, 23. While the King ferring him from the receptiveinto Laura Elvira Jernegan and and two grandchildren.
Will K.., All ',.ml,.. I! All candidates who are In the research may telephonethe Tax Assessor-Jamei L. Ro', Lake Eloise brother pirouetted In the active candidate class Charles Membery Jer Funeral services will be held
Hassan one son
den, 74; Ralph J, Rossi, 12. Wednesday at 2 at the
Polk County area are invited to 688.3755 and Reported Willing p.m.
laboratory,
tried his Lakeland sister
ELECT I first stint at it negan, all of ; a ,
Tax Collector L
Charles
attend this meeting. Representatlves arrangements will be made to Volunteers such as Robert H chapel of the Crisp Funeral
Alta J, Winter Haven
Mrs
successfully Ryals,
and
Cooper, 4; Stark F Ginn Jr., even the Home with Rev. J. N.
of all candidates also Finch, who Nixon' Barnett
are blossoms the was -
cut the so owner personal
diplomatic and Otto Jerne-
J. Rossi corps members a brother,
Ralph
28; George K Miller, 10; Hobson put pastor of the First Christian
invited to attend. do campaign in 1960,
will have to nothing except in manager
a of Jacksonville.Services .
good-showing Dick gan
Strain, 22; J. B. Thornhill ; Pope Church, officiating
TAX ASSESSOR | McGriff laid Information concerning make the call.Soviets Jr, 22.School was musing that he should are assuring all who Inquirethat will be held at 10;30a Burial will follow in Lakeside

,... '.1. ..... k w .. t. ItWMl 1 the new polling precinct I Superintendent Shel I have celebrated his 64th birth. their man is willing to go .m. Tuesday at the Trinity Memorial Park. Friend may
will be given at this meeting. ._ : if the convention wants him.
j day
jI by taking a turn himself. Methodist Church of Lakeland. call tonight and tomorrow night
-- -- - -- Some of the old
I Claim Hussein is the third Middle pros have The Rev. R. C. Joyner, pastorof from C to i o'clock at the Crisp
Haven Area East monarch to get the royal been trying to assess Nixon sen- Trinity Methodist Church, and Funeral Home In lieu of flowers
lment
Science Shrinks Piles treatment at the Gardens : within the GOP ranks the Rev. D. R. Wilkes, pastor of the family requests dona-

j''Copter RecordMOSCOW United Fund Previously the Shah of Iran But Nixon's organization (tillconsists Palatka Baptist Church, will of- lions: be made to the building
II
New Way Without Surgery and Ibn Saud, caking of ArabIa to answer of only mall three secretaries ficiate.' Burial will be in Oaklawn fund of the First Christian

(AP-A 25. were entertained. Cemetery, Winter Haven. Church.
Stops Itch-Relieves Pain ger gas turbine helicopter pause has;I Adopts BudgetWINTER In pacing. Pope remember. I However Nixon is talking likea ,. Pallbearers will be T D _
inherit
politician to
eager a ''
covered 1,530 miles In 12 hours, ed the visit of the Shah with Brooke C. L. Grubbs, A; D
substantial share of
L, HELENE
P_ rani. N. T C-It T.r th< a 'II.'.... that ....r.ri .... 3 minutes, 34 seconds, the Communist HAVEN Lake his new consort Farah Diva. conservative Cannon. D. O Vaughn, W L. MISS.
Brat time (clone* k*. hind a ..wkulilf ..'.a'aIIl.' .'-_t. lIke TUwk Prav- Region United Givers' Fund Aside to Pope, the Shah re- support if anything hap- Olvie and J. T Motes FEHMERUNG
.olwt" .... wltk tk. ..(..- *.'.MW4l U M a prollfBt party newspaper marked that he wished his beloved .. pened to San, Barry (joldwaterR Friends call tile Ott-
da reported today.It allocated monies for Its 18 may at WINTER HAVEN Mrs. L,
t.ti,.( (kiln; t. ibrlak k,i..r.rk Ik.Mcnt .to a... aeaiaaa.d- Ariz., q 'tf1e way to the nomination -
.id., tt*, ltebnf.ad f,1 l lB >... .... (11..0-1"..." at claimed the flight Sundayof agencies at week's end, as approved Queen Soraya, now a_ Laughlm Chapel from 5 to 9 p.m. Helene (Vlertel) Fehmerling. 78,
,., -mtkcnt *urf.rjr.In t *.ri4-(....* MM uutilattv", the V8, set world records for by its of directors. movie star, had been able to Get Tough PolicyHe tonight died yesterday after a long illness
('... alur nut, wkfl rnUrh This nktMK to ,.* avuUM distance and speed. The average Budget committee recommendations come at her residence in Cedar
,. ..i.r pall' sited l r.4u.U I.. ta nppMttMY .' .'.few*' /- speed on the closed-Circuit for dispersal of "She would have liked this" has been advocating the MRS. VESTA P. RENFROE Key.
ardor Ibe. fftftrtlun H*. get tough with the Communists
(hriaktst) took pier alms said the Shah.
It Mt*nvuio(.f tlt-rmlt**.. At all drag ..aliI.'., light in the Moscow area was $133,000 raised in the 1964 Ho was forced policies Goldwater evidently Mrs. Vesta P. Renfroe, 76, of She was a native of Crookston
-Ad 126, miles an hour.Our campaign were presented to by state protocol against his thinks are popular with his con- 1407 Connestee Road died yes Neb., and had been a resident of
- --- '- -- --- will, to divorce his
-
the board chosen
Ii : wife servative followers. terday afternoon. She was a Cedar Key for 12 years. She was
Heading the list was Salva- because she could not bear On Viet Nam, which Nixon native of Georgia and came to formerly a resident of Winter

I tion Army, with $21,733; American him a succeeding son has just visited he and Gold Lakeland from Adrian, Ga., 20 Haven for 35 years before mowing

Red Cross, $21,447; Citrus Exchange Ideas water sound strikingly alike. years ago. She was a memberof to Cedar Key

Center Boys Club, Winter Haven dope and Hussein conferredand Both want to eliminate the so- the Webster Avenue Baptist She was a member of the

I $14,070Boys exchanged ideas on tour. called privileged sanctuary of Church. Church of Christ of Cedar Key.
Scouts got $13,221, ism. Like Florida, Jordan's North Viet Nam I Survivors include a daughter, Survivors include a son Dr
Winter Haven Girls Club will chief Industry is tourism Both have called for firmer Mrs. Julia Tyler of Lakeland!,G. Bernhardt Fehmerling Jr.. of
get $8,168; Girl Scouts, $7,562; a James L. Renfroe of
son Rudolph
N.J. brother

Bridgeton. one
with Its many biblical attractionseven policies in dealing with Cuba.
Retarded Children Agencywith Dunedin; a sister, Mrs. Roy R. ,
views Virtel and one grandson.
These parallel are not
though
they are
$4,363.; Winter Haven Datson of Rocky Mount N.C.
; Services will be 3 Tues
be overlooked at p.m.
now under Arab control. likely to by the
Welfare, $3.432; United Cerebral and three grandchildren.
\ if find ,day at the Ott-Laughlin Funeral
Hussein conservatives they they
King flies today to
Palsy, $3,238, Auburndale Funeral services and burial
'. Houston Goldwater and Home Chapel with Mr. Forrest
Youth Club $2.686, Mental Tex., for business cannot nominate will be In Poplar Springs. Ga.
conferences with John W. Me- candidate. Mc-Cann. minister of the 14th
Health Center. S2.424, and Gentry Morrison Funeral Home
Auburndale Relief $1,648. com The Texas developer hasa is in charge of arrangements Street Church of Christ of
Under $1.000Children's two-year concession on oil Haven here. 'Gainesville, officiating Burial
Hospital will be In Oak Lawn Cemetery,
Home Society, $970; arthritis exploration in the king's coun-

$816; Lake Alfred Welfare, tryHussein's Given 3YearAccreditation MIKE C. WHITED Winter Haven.
It Is the of the familyin
$640, Humane Society, $388; official visit ends Mike C. Whited. 69, a former request
Thursday In New York with lieu of flowers that donations
Lake Eagle Welfare $194; Lakeland resident, died yester
USO, $100. the dedication of the Jordan. day in Tampa. be made to the Cancer Society

t r The United Givers Fund Ian pavilion at the World's WINTER HAVEN FuU Mr. Whited was a native of of America.
will keep $17.900 for administration Fair. However, he plans to three-year accreditation for Worthen Ga, and had lived Friends may call at the OttLaughlm -
costs and has allowed remain in the country until Winter Haven Hospital has previously In both Lakeland and Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m.

$3.000 for collection losses April 29. visiting San Francisco come from the joint commission Tampa. He was a veteran of tonight.

and Chicago on accreditation of home- World War II and a member of

POULTRY & EGGS sites headquartered in Chicago The American Legion. MRS. CHARLOTTE RINE

Children Need . said Melvin J. Arnold, Survivors Include one daughter -
TAMP, current rAP'-Rrr vrlihtNrt mcm.G a.d pnra.t Per torrt.lls I Guard Helps hospital administrator. Mrs. Jeanette Musser, Win. LAKE ALFRED Mrs Charlotte
doannarsN" Ina I This denotes the hospital ter Park; one sister, Mrs' Henderson Rine, 85, a resIdent
W..h' c...... Nurses Defect meets certain standards set by Ophelia Bussell, Sand rsville. of the Maranpha Home,
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Lut* J4.i 17 .19 moi. .itMtdium '.I the commission of doctors and Ga.. and three grandchildren. died this morning in a Winter
bm JIM It 01 'aj : p :::.. :J4Ii .Then Goes AlongBERLIN was issued after study of lasrmonth' Funeral .services will be held,Haven hospital after a long illness
BILL READfor .. of ji rests .
MoptWnal 4u illf '
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but.. I. .0.... loolltM Inspection. tomorrow at 3 pm in Lake I
WholMtlt,, 0.1... on poultff 1IIclI. (AP-A young East Also. W E. Rynerson, presi View I Cemetery The Rev. She was a native of Elizabeth.
I tan ., f.,, ,: H..., Ik*, up. N. J
no UM! nwortxti h"'t.z lb, German border guard helped dent of the hospital board, said Darrell Joachim pastor of the ? and a resident of Polk
I tars und.r 4-4'4 1Moru4 .taa..ee..e, sal ,ben mc., ae' AA iii,,.41 two teen-age nurses through a previously announced driveto First Christian Church will officiate County for the last 52 years.
0l"| prie. ta dnulu barbed wire border obstacles She was a member of the Bible
punts I . collect $3.5 millon. Including ,
Itic/fter Icticfier morale . today and escaped with themto $ IOOOO In Lake area donations The B Marion Reed Funeral Presbyterian Church of Lake

West Berlin, police said. will start Oct. I. !Home of Tampa Is in charge of land.
Polk Needs One The year-old guard was In The smaller amount must be arrangements, She la survived by three sisters

Talk with teachers in your area and you will find that teacher morale Businessman In uniform but left Ms weapons raised before the. board can : I Mrs Millie Linder of Auburndale
behind. The nurses, 18 and 17., secure th'e\ additional $3 mil- MRS JEAN L. SMITH and Mrs. Louise Beck
In Polk County I U low. And, low leather morale Is a bad thing for Its Delegation came from Thuringia. about 100 lion from other sources, such WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. JeanL er and Mrs Marie Pierce, both

miles southwest of Berlin. the Hill Burton fund 36 of of New York City .
our children as I Smith Amherst Mass.
.. Funeral will be
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I suddenly yesterday morn-
Ing at her residence I![announced later by Kersey Funeral
RILL RHADill help rebuild teacher morale b>' restoring confi.denre ( Sarasota Family PerishesIn Mrs Smith was a native of' Home of Auburndale.

'I Winter Haven, and at the time
cooperation and two-way communication- between the Superintendent
Arabian Airline CrashSARASOTA 'of her death was working on I RITES FOR MR. MILLER
of Public Instruction's office and our leather. her doctorate degree at Amherst, Funeral services for James

(AP) A jetliner. Junior High School:College. She Church.was a member of Edward Miller 75. of 508 E.
the Catholic
And, BILL lUAU: will effectively serve all of folk County, not asa crash in the Persian Gulf has until 1963. when the school board)] Survivors are her Mr Bay St., who died Saturday

politician, but as a respected, impartial educational' administrator\! wiped out a Sarasota family of I granted him a leave of absence. and Mrs C. R Limebaugh.parents Win:will be held at 2 o'clock tomor-
Four realizing a dream of visit He took a job teaching chil ter Haven; one sister Mrs. Carl I row afternoon at the Gentry-
ing the Holy Land. I of Arabian-American Oil Winter Haven )Morrison Funeral Home chapel
Idren Cooney,
; grandmother
Elect HILL IlKAU Superintendent of Public Instruction. with burial in Oak Hill Burial
Thomas Lee Allen Jr.. his wife (Aramco) personnel based at Mrs L. M. Johnston,
Emogene both 34, and their two Dhahran and liked the post so Winter Haven. I Park.
Vote for HILL IUAD: Superintendent of Public Instruction a daughter Terri, 9. and Laura well he asked for and received Rosary services will be said Friends may call at the funeral -
4, were returning from the Holy another year's leave of absence tonight at 7:30: o'clock at the home tonight from 7 until
Land when the airliner crashed from the Sarasota schools last Chapel of the Crisp Funeral I o'clock.

while trying to land at Dhahran, March 17.Friends. Home. Funeral Mass will be S
Sau41 Arabia. Friends here said described the Aliens o'clock Tuesday morning at St

Children tJeeid. the Aliens had often spoken of as religious people active in Joseph's Catholic Church with: Dukes Steen
Qi# ,, Elect their Intention of visiting the church affairs. They were members Father Matthew J, Connally of-
seat of Christianity of the South We Baptist ficiating.
23 Americans Aboard Church.He Burial will follow In Oaklawr I Funeral Home

BILL READSiptrlitti.ulOIPilll.clMtriCtilf BEN HILLGRIFFIN There were 49 persons, includ was highly respected as a Cemetery I

leg 23 Americans, aboard the teacher Colleagues describedhim -\

I plane Divers said they had given as one of the best liked, THORNTON 310 S. Florida
up hope of finding any: survivors members of the faculty

Allen entered the Air Force In I, MEMORIAL HOME Phone MU 2-3123
Allen and his wife were na- 1952 and served three years one IUJ t* ffe A.*
Your State Senator tives of Heflm Ala Their parents overseas He was a cryptograph I 4lill1I .....!I

IH. P.5. Adt ,.,. .... ads. still live there He headed operator and held the Korean ....... '" ambulance service
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From ...r1'IMot' r"'." ,. .. ........ Belgium's Doctors Dentists LAKELAND LEDGER
W. ry ;I".pJ,,tU$; fJ th ., ;,': , .'?... . t .',.:; ,

eat h'sr: '.:' .,{ 'I : KMQi) {rrQRlp& '" ,I ; ; .i'" .. '.' ;;{'; ; I'.if.f.:'... \ Begin To See Patients Again TERMITESSWARMING


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,:..: BRUSSELS. AP : ?
'" . . ... Belgium ( ) say will prevent their offices
Belgium' 12,000 physicians and from being Hooded
f
by hypochondriacs
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation .. dentists ended their strike paying little or roth-
against a new socialized medical ing for i
STATION: H.Miami .? Boston ................ 60 42 Los Angeles ........... n 4. law Saturday with assurancei ., treatment ScaR
.....,,....,..... 80 71 Charleston ....,.......'80 15 Memphis .............71 11 Ix from their leaders that The law fixes fees for 3.600
Jacksonville .......... 83 60 Chicago ......:....... .6 43 specific treatments. The doctors
Key West ...........,. 82 74 Cincinnati ............ 72 57 Milwaukee ............ 43 40 i1 Theo the government Lefevre had backed of Premier down.I maintain these prices are too ;/

LAKELAND .......... 82 13 Denver .............,. 65 43 Mpll-St. Paul........ 54 37 low. With crowded offices and I
Ocala ................. 87 58 De Moines .........? M 44 New Orleans ......... 11 15 While sent government remained low income, they say they
Orlando ............... 87 82 Detroit ................ 61 39 New York ............ 12 43 . 1' ,..' _' on this point the would "have to practice chain
Pensacola ............ 79 88 Fairbanks ............ 37 II San Francisco ......a. 55 49 '. ...,. .. "ff.rr'.. '; strike leaders said they had medicine," giving each patient
Sarasota ..............87 80 Fort Worth ........... 82 18 Seattle ..,............ 82 41 :. '.. -. .. .:.. won a promise that the controversial only a few..minutes consultation l 1 tie. oak. d y.ar Maw
Tallahassee .....h.... 84 55 Honolulll .............. 83 70 Washington ...........71 51 ." : : ' law would be sharply
Tampa .........,...... 88 51 Indianapolis .......... a 80 Toronto ............... 47 311 x ( ."Ii :tt,. modified by Lefevre's Socialist
W. Palm Beach ......81 n Juneau ............... 46 34 BAROMETER ', : Social Christian government.
Atlanta ............... 81 51 Kansas City .......... 14 54 t a.m. 30.21 l p.m. 30.24 . ..' .:, .-. ;' The strike began 18 days ago.
As soon as its end was an-
: ::.. nounced, Lefevre demobilized
". .",," ..: ,, '. the h'sl- PAID
'r '; ]". 3600 reserve army
++,A w A aR'r ---i .1. . ',' clans his government had draft-
\ ed last Sunday to assure medical
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'<..'0. .... ..' .'. care and they promptly shed mJN FULL

,., / . it their uniforms to return to their
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:. . "" ; regular patients.For .
'r '. . ,' .. 11M' the first time this month
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r ._ f .. doctors called at the home of
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the sick and saw other cases In

their offices Our Consolidation Loan Plan
OUTSTANDING'PHYSICS GRADUATES .r the UnlunlrySrath of It was expected to take daysor

FkrM have .... .w.r4td |r.4u.U.ttii lnf mr Chess $'..000 f..", the Atom' ....,|, CtmmluUft sad l ion's entire medical machineryback
the NHnl Airniitici sad Space Aimlnlitf.H.... Tk ......... to normal but everyone- It Does On Paper.

who Nctlvtd I.A. 4.|'t.l y. trl'.r .l aka Ur>lv.",,'. ipriitf, C.mNttncmicnt government officials, doctors
and members of the general [Everything handled on a simplified basis,with the
Tt ..FAIR *r* them( lft John SpI"*.. .f lkln' Sttpritnkr .
sow t 5.. >ii** *f Orwlr, .nj Jim Fend of Sr..*t*. AkIt ... Sissy ,... public-was trying to speed the payment schedule set up to give you every possible

) Iron *l ski MW LISP Physics lulUmt. process. advantage.
Hundreds of physicians and
dentists, who fled into the
s.t a+rwwMM a'ra? Bill Foes Find neighboring countries protesting Loans up \n\\a\\ to $600
Rights the new medical law, began re-

reut+o.i =.oery.gt a :T ''r Sectional Views Differ turning.The strike Involved 10,000 O.A.C. :FINANCECORPORATION

r; physicians and 2,000 dentists
s. The new medical plan Is
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... WASHINGTON (AP) Mis President Johnson and other. strongly backed by the Socialists AMOUNT PA1'M5NT S pile
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slssippi Sen. James 0. Eastland I civil rights advocates consider, and the moderate Social you en 14 MONIeS lO MONTHS 11 MONTHS U MONTHS

told the Senate on Saturday It t Is I "sit-ins, lie-Ins and sleepIns"violent Christians the big trade union 513.00 $ S.06 53,41 $ 7.55
WIATHtft NCTUIll-S.nf skis end 10-dts"* t ,,,.'. ptniiuul L, e..d..,cU4 t* bit the. net *f the w..k. A Urm rent dipping loutkwcrd f..... the difficult to understand why in the North and peace- rawer. If the premier waters 47500 24.86 28.35 30.69 4250
I Car.II... thrrtit northern. Fieri*'* with .h..... U.*d th. .*d .( the w..k, tut wttthtrmt* add ful in the South down the legislation now, as the
rm would .. liffct. Ebowkor M w.. cool .*t "I"I ,. Only tko u..."' Nortkwoit motctio*' Florida's * "A trespass on private prop- doctors demand he could stir 60000 34.39 39.3" 42.66 59.35

sunny wotthor. (At Wlroohoto) erty is equally or more reprehensible up trouble inside his own political 126 West Main Street
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than stall In camp. Lakeland, Florida
a
Holland on a public _
The doctors are demanding
Wcoffiercost road or highway," the Southern hinges_In the law which they Telephone 686-5193
Democrat said and In both
Lakeland's weather will be Predicts instances the community should

clear and mild tonight, sunny MMY EMI take any steps necessary to re-
I'' and warm tomorrow weather. ..w move the trespassers and maintain -
'. men said today.Southeasterly, ChangesBARTOW law and order.Warnings .

winds will blowat
4 to I miles an hour tonight. A-Partly cloudy and warm (AP) Sen. Spes- Mad
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IF YOU I CAN FIND A
Sat- Eastland
Increasing to 10 to 18 miles an tonight and Tuesday Lowest sard L. Holland predicted spoke In the wake ofa
that cloture would not be series of warnings Johnson
urday by
hour tomorrow. The humidity tonight in the 60s.
B, C. Generally fair e voted against the civil rights! Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken- / 1 1 / 1 a
will be high tonight moderately 1 1
1 bill wouldbe nedy and
through Low filibuster and that the Senate civil rlghta
I low tomorrow. Tuesday. tonight F
GW amended eiders that unruly demonstrations
60 to 65.
The maximum temperaturehere "The purpose of the filibuster such as the planned
tleup
82 E, F, H, I-Cenerslly fair '
yesterday was degrees through Tuesday. Low tonight Is being achieved," Holland said of World's Fair traffic In New
the minimum this morning was
60s East and southeast winds "The country Is no longer will- York City would slow progress
63 degrees, and no rain fell at 8 to 18 miles per hour. ing to let sit-ins, stall-Ins and toward bettering the Negro's lot
city hall weather station. tactics push It and Impair the chances for
I G, J. K-Generally fair other pressure pasisge -
through Tuesday. Low tonight into damaging the liberty of all. of civil rights legislation.
FLOODS KILL II I 72. (in the false guise of extending: The House-approved measure
rrs it for a few," ia receiving snail's-pace treat
SEOUL South Korea (AP) -' tide of opin ment in the Senate.
is
"Thre a rising Saturday
DAY
FIVE FORECAST
Police
that 11
reported today lea!. "" ion for amending the bill" Holland was the 34th consecutive session
,
persons were killed and anotherwas Temperatures will be two to said in a statement "I believe and the third Saturday given
missing In floods and,landslides four degrees above normal. The In the extreme north and around that any effort at cloture! over to debate micas nmm SOUIKM WHISIY II peon ewcmrr wr oitnuno COMPIKY ntmron.nrrucur(
caused by a week of rain normal maximum is In the low I 70 In the Keys. Little or no rainIs debate) will be defeat
(stopping
across the country. I 80s, normal minimum near 60 Indicated. ed and consideration of amendments "

I will begin I look for passage

Haven Negro Holland of a said modified the bill bill.has" many


I I Let's Play Bridge I Fatally Stabbed good support features as separate which measures he would SHOP MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

But he said It contains other provisions ' I I
".0 destructive to American
osnon By ALAN TRUSCOTT In ArgumentWINTER concepts of liberty that It 1 '

Sherlock Holmes once point. NORTH HAVEN-A Winter must be defeated In Its present 41:+-.r.: ." .' . '.,

ed out to a puzzled Dr. Watson A AISSQS2 ASV Haven man was fatally stabbed form." :: ,

the significant behavior of e here last night outside his apart NeighborsMeet i ;
the dog In the night. The dog ... KJtl ment house after an argumentwith Royal
bad done nothing the night, a neighbor over a loan. Tonight
WEST (D) EAST Dead about I p.m. at Winter
which permitted Holmes to AKQll$12 A64 Haven Hospital was Benny Rainbow Camp. Royal
draw a negative inference. Vl12 VQJ74 Frank lull. 25, who lived at Neighbors of America will
This procedure Is familiar to e/62 41176QI Benny Thomas Apartments meet tonight at 7:30: o'clockat
good bridge players, who often + AAI7I First Street North. In city jail the Country Club Estates
eliminate from consideration SOUTH and under Investigation In the clubhouse. Golf View. Oracle
a distribution that would ... JISV homicide but not specifically Marie Taylor will preside I"' uliph BROTHERS
charged, Is Domingo Delgado on the convention nh
Reports
have caused one of the opponents K6I II
to enter the auction. 4 AK J4A Rivero, 30. a neighbor In the held recently In West Palm II1I'ill.I! ( lIIJ i''
The behavior of West In to- 1142 same house.According. Beach will be given by' members I ,.

day's deal played at the May. Neither side was vulnerable.The to Wayne Rogers who attended. hl III lill i ; 1 l
session ll .
business
and Maines Waters, InvestigatIng After the
fair Club permitted Mrs bidding for the city's detective division refreshments will be servedby II liII' b IIII I IIII I II
New York West North East South lIi
Turner Catledge.
Hill asked Rivero to lend Mrs Marion Brice and II''' /
City, sitting South to draw a Pass I. Pass 1. him $5; Rivero refused and Hill Mrs. Lyra Mae Lumpkin.VOTE I' I O
In both the 2 A Pass Pass 2 NT IIIIII
negative Inference I
beau punching !him; Rivero allegedly I II
bidding and the play. The bid Pats S NT Pass Pass
countered with a knife, lilll
ding problem came on the second Pats which entered Hill's lower chest, IIII Ili
round when West's jump West led the king of spades. about 7:30: or I p,m. l I I9'I d'' I'
overcall of two spades was Hill then said the detectives Itp I / aI
passed by North and East. chased Rivero for about a half FORFRANCIS I III'f I I ,' .1 d,4 '- 1'j'I '
suit would be dead, ,
make card spade
South clearly had to block, then collapsed, and was II I ( iii eWu
a second bid but there was no since East would be out of the taken profusely bleeding to' III I ?

obvious choice. One possibility suit on getting the lead. Winter Haven Hospital, where I! '! i'' III ' l'
which in this A spade was continued to doctors worked in vain ? I'l'I 112
was a double to save '
Situation sitting under the dummy's ace, and South was k { II III IIIi'I ( ? p
him.The
spade bidder would have been able to make en overtrick State's Attorney will study :: r I 6
optional, leaving the decision Important at duplicate by the case to determine what specific VIII'' I
to North. In two spades dou careful play. She entered her charge, If any will be r Q I II
bled West would probably have hand with a high diamond at placed upon the suspect i'I' j ; r
been defeated by two tricks. the third trick, and led a low 1 ".r r) Alri iithl Ili 111 III, I ;. ,
As It was, north-South did bet- club preserving the tenspot.Dummy' Q
club nine forced Lime Street f ' d
a
ter by scoring game. i li
The bid of two no-trump East's ace and East had to I llfll I li I'I'' Ij1"r
South In the lead again 6n4 C (1I
seems rash In the absence of put School SlatesRegistration .
a spade stopper but the dog Later another low club lead I
had not barked In the night Captured West's queen and I I IIII
Since West had failed to open South made three club tricks III it 1 '
the bidding It was therefore and seven winners in the other u ill ll I illlllihlii lidiu

most unlikely that his long I. suits Preschool registration for' i .I I w,.+uu.
spade suit was solid because If South had led the club children who will enter Lime' 4r
a player wl th a solid six-card ten first Vest could have covered Street Elementary School's first
major suit should almost always with the queen and grade for the next school year
If East's club eight would have will be held tomorrow from I I
the bidding :
open famous sleeveless shirts!
North did not bold the expected been the high card ia the a m. until 11 a.m. In the school what a sweater buy! ., ,
spade stopper, 1 he fourth/round. cateforium LPIPKIN man-tailored
would not be obliged to stay To be eligible to enter the first soft bulky cardigans
in contract. grade, a child must be 6 years for the !
a no-trump Tw6 Of Beatles/ lady
old on or before Jan. 1. J965. compare at 11.98-13.98.
West Ducks Lead Parents must take tb child'ibirth

West's failure to open the Burglarized certificate or other proofof COUNTY COMMISSIONER sale 6.99 regularly 4006.00
bidding came into consideration birth date and the child (Immunization DISTKICT #1

again after the lead of LONDON (AP) Two of the record in order to N. .... IW. A very special close-out purchase from sale! 2.99A

the spade king. It was tempt Beatles were burgled Sunday !register..the child: _ .._.. ;'.
log to grab the trick with the ,.""ht. a famous manufacturer gives you wonderful . wonderful opportunity to save on our

ace to preserve a possible1spade 1 Thieves broke Into the west bulkier at tremendous savings. most famous label shirts! Assorted cotton
stopped but West waf end apartment of George HarrI- ONE WORD .
bound to hold Q-lfl with ryb son and Ringo Starr while the 1 Virgin wools, Orion Sayelle acrylic Dacron polyester/cotton printsIn
spade king, and East was two were at a show and escaped spells the BIG difference!
sure to have a club entry If with cash cuff-links and 1 In cable popcorn and lacy stitches . convertible and Bermuda collar

West had beld A-Q of clubs souvenirs worth $500 EXPERIENCE! . .
., he would have had enough L White, beige, pastel shades, 34-40f styles, 3038.

to open,we bidding. I'' J
Sputh therefore ducked the ELECT Maas' Sportswear Center Maas' Sportswear Center

'. opening lead hoping that .. PAUL VAUGHN
East held the club ace. In
that case the position of the BUY NOW AND PAY LATER WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNTr
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Club jjueen$ was not too 1m-

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LAKELAND LEDGER, ", Aprn 20, 1m THE PALLBEARERS

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Florida's Pathetic PoorA -
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JOHN D. POMFRET PAV-BY-THE-DAY is partly

) late TQatk Cunt: responsible for the fact that
J\ BELLE GLADESomewhere most of these workers seemto
few weeks ago The Ledger wrote pathetic poor of the bean and celery in the chronicle of poverty live entirely in the present.

an,editorial word of encouragement for fields almost always become wards of belongs The Ramplocalterm This is a real handicap because
for a vacant square it takes planning. to escape
Labor Willard Wirtz who the public in another The A &
Secretary one way or block in the center of the The Ramp.

had just brought about a higher wage Palm Beach County Health Depart Negro slum area. An aging Negro man sum-

for the pathetic poor people who har- ment must provide care at Belle Glade L, l What occurS there dally during med up the plight of the men

vest crops in the rich loam of SouthFlorida's for pregnant women and new mothers : : the vegetable harvesting and women caught on the
: season epitomizes the plightof ramp when he said: "it's just
farmland. and babies. A charitable .
private groupis J what is perhaps the most enough to keep from dying.,
Admittedly, the Secretary set the building a day-care center for preschool ruthlessly exploited and -depressed Small children play in littered -
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new 90-cent an hour minimum by en- children of the migrant workers. group In the U.S.-the streets!, mingling with

tering the wage field "through the School officials face a tremendous Negro farm workers.At drunks and chickens.
sunrise they emerge
Large families are JammedSpecial
backdoor, ." The Labor Department has problem in bringing the school-age /i from squalid shacks and tene-

no authority to establish minimums children even the barest essentials of d ments and converge on The r

because Congress, besieged term after an education and this, too, dips into 1 I and Ramp the. middle-aged. the young; the the men old Reportinto

term by the Big Farm lobby, takes the the public treasury. If anybody gains and the women.

coward's cowardly way out by ex- from all this, it is the big farm oper- Most seek a day's work; J

empting agriculture from the federal ator who gets his work done cheap sbme come just to see friends. single rooms, even the
The conversation is boisterous of which $7
costs
meanest a
minimum wage act. and enjoys a business that, Is subsidized 1 : A bottle of wine Is week. ,

in part by the wage earner, the passed tround. There is a lot Catfish caught In the canals

BUT WHEN offshore laborers are businessman, and the industrialist. He's of horseplay. that crisscross the area are a
and ramshackled
needed for a heavy seasonal harvest, got a good thing; no wonder he doesn't buses Trucks begin to arrive. The staple. Rice and potatoes are

Mr Wirtz is in the saddle and his want to give it up; no wonder he's drivers are to be paid 75 centsto common fare.Although .

edict on the "prevailing wages" sets ready to wheedle and pull strings to I A\\ 'APjr.Ja&1II $1 a head for .each worker living in the midstof
:: bountiful land which produces -
they deliver. .
the pattern. In the Florida case, vege- keep the status quo. three
Drivers looking for "piece as many as crops
table workers make as little as 60 centsan workers," who are paid according a year, many Negro farm

hour, or $24 for a 40-hour week. IT OUGHT TO BE noted carefully to how much they pick laborers do not eat adequate.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
Now they can look forward to 93 centsan that The Times, which often supports park around The Ramp. Those ly-
offering flat rates pull into Perhaps the ultimate tragedy -
hour, still a miserable sum, but Republicans and conservatives, can
adjacent streets. of the negro farm workers,
better. hardly be held up as a "socialist" news- "Climb right in and go pick according to some observers

Elsewhere on today's editorial page, paper, or as an irresponsible one. The Yes She Was A Lady! beans," shouts one driver." Is that generally they accept
"Seventy cents a hamper. the dominant white communi-
New York Times reporter John Pom- observant report of Mr. Pomfret deserves "
"Weed cabbages-$8 a day, of them worth-
ty's estimate as
fret reports from Belle Glade the the prayerful study of every cries another.
EDITOR: I would like to dents, and stealing continueto
working and living conditions of Negro Floridian with heart for the pathetic take this opportunity to recip The Ledger's increase and no one seems "Eight" dollars. That's good less.Most white people here call
farm workers he describes "the Floridian to raise a voice to blame the money says a man. "
as poor, every who wants to see rocate Mr. Sargeant's letter, the farm ,workers "niggers. I
"Yeah but work the
most ruthlessly exploited and depressed his fellow human being get somethingmore "Was She Really a Lady?" Opinion Page easy There availability are plenty of of alcohol.outlets hell out, of you they out there," "You know" said a social

group in the U.S." than just enough to keep from I would like to use much This editorial effort and still plenty of bootleggers, replies a companion.. They worker, a nigger isn't a j

As The Ledger pointed out, these dying. stronger words but I would be the ...w.,.,*,'. ewe pas pinicnion according to the news media. 'move on."Let'l person. He's an 'animal like a
lowering standards. There ", .tt.,. .t current 'InrtrtirIn We still have people without go get those strawberries horse or a cow. He's good to
my the edlrorlel col..", ... It jobs and people who are ," another driver yells. have around when the crops
Is no doubt in my mind and welcemet the epiment of hungry. Somehow the social Gradually the trucks and need to be harvested but the i
thousands of other American rraeert In the Voice of the ills of our community have buses fill up and pull out. One rest of the time, you can just

people that Mrs. Peabody Is be'..si pit linos'Col"end",,."boar. letttn the writ-Most not been taken care of by cannot get started and the ignore him"In

I ; a lady of the highest degree.She .,'. address. but "."'" will legalizing King Alcohol. crew jumps out to push. marked contrast to the
is a lady who was unafraid be withheld ups request. A I hope that I shall live to plight of the domestic Negro
The Seniority Problem letter iheuld. net exceed. 250 see the day when every sign THE MEN AND WOMEN workers is the situation of the
to come to ,any part of werdi, end ".... Sunset be advertising liquor has to display wht come ,to The Ramp are colored workers Importedfrom
the United States and be ....... Th. ledge. reserves the skull and cross-bones. on the lowest rung of the the British West Indies.
jailed for what she believes the right, le reject sty letterer farm labor ladder. Many The B.W.I'I as they are called

Rep Everett G. Burkhalter has had mittee chairmanships, but it might also In She is not the first ladyto iherten end it.. Opinleni other contributor elcelumniiti C. D. G. come from other Itatet-for. locally, appear to be better

his fill of Washington. He's retiring deprive the nation of much-needed be jailed for demonstrating' eppeer elsewhere' e* mer tenant farmers and sharecroppers off than the domestic workers. .
this ,..., who have been displaced work under the
after term in wisdom A To They
and
one
Congress.The experience. what she believes in. The Message by agricultural mechanization -
terms of a laber contract negotiated
California Democrat, who is 67 There are many examples in American lady: had great courage to Polk -and many move with growers by the

himself, says he is disgusted with the history of old men ,serving their come to Florida and be jailed. TeenAgersEDITOR north with the harvest BW.I. Central Labor organization

"antiquated" seniority system and nation long and well. John\Quincy That kind of courage Is what Betrayed By : I wish to direct the There drivers.is no For bargaining the worker by a government agency.
that "a lot of these old Adams made this country what it is This provides a minimum of
complains for
men instance after his term as this letter to all of the teen- the offer is largely a matterof denied to domestic
are living in their dotage . (They) president, served in the House of Representatives today. If our forefathers did 'King Alcohol'? agers of Polk County in re- take it or leave It. workers.protection

have got everything so ,tied down youcan't for 17 years until his deathat not have courage, where gard to the editorial about The system insures that the
would be I EDITOR The between the worked
we today? ,, : quietest people connection
do anything." 81. In pie Senate, "Theodore F.:Green, ., 'J don't think the Ledger was In Polk County are the starting a teen section In one and the grower will be of the PEOPLE WORKING with

Rep. Burkhalter, who was in public of; Rhode Island was a respected memo wrong in remarking about the men who promised/ us a Utopia ,of the weekly editions of the most tenuous sort. One re- farm laborers are convinced
office in California for 20 years before ber in his 90s. stogies between the teeth of Ledger.I sult Is that many workers that more basic reforms are
when
the officers. of. the county voted for not covered by Social needed. They would like to
arresting Any are
going to Congress, advocates limiting The list is and strongly urge all of you
long should
we not ficer whdf while doing his dutyor "legalized liquor'1. As I recall Security even when they meet see legislation to Improve the
House membership to 16 (eight prevent it from withan teens In this area to write education offered children
years growing longer talking tOxanyscitlzen witha they were going to see to the eligibility requirement of of
terms) and putting an age limit of 70 arbitrary rule. 'Some old men in stogie,' pipe or cigarette be- it personally that all would be the Ledger and express how $ISO in cash earnings or 20 migrants, the sanitary facili-
'
on candidates. Congress should be retired, perhaps. tween his teeth, is showing law and order, prosperity, etc. you feel about this Idea. days of work in one year fora ties' In their camps, for build-
for the big day care centers and migrant
complete disrespect You complain when the single employer. *
Like other solutions to the seniority Some should never have been electedin citizen and Is a direct,bad Now we have some seven or adults The workers are paid In housing eliminating
system that have been in the the first eight suite pending becauseof say you are lazy anda end of each child labor
proposed place. reflection on the city that he, cash at the day's forcing the leaders
past, Rep. Burkhalter's would probably That, however, should be to the represents.The violations of the law, even bunch of irresponsible kids. work. If they run into a good of migrant crews to register -
work up Ledger has been a 100 as lax as it is. Yet you don't seem to wantto field of beans, they may make extending to agricultural
more harm than good. Placing American voters, They cannot b e per cent Improvement to this There hap been a great deal try to do anything aboutit. $10 or more. But they can workers the guarantee of the

an age limit on congressmen might end guarded against all of their follies bya community and 1 hope they said about the people who got You figure that you can travel 50 miles and run into a right to organize unions, providing

the stranglehold of old men on com piece of legislation. keep up the good work.GEORGE. the licenses and those who did sit back and let the next rainstorm. In that case they a 75 cent an hour mini
not. Those who did not per cannot work and are paid
get mum wage rising in 10 cents
do it for
COOK son you. but it doe.-
them cry that there was not n't work that nothing. steps over four years to $1.25,
sufficient investigation before way. Low coupled with irregular
wages extending workman's compensation
No is ask
one going to
the licenses were issued. They you work dire
means to farm workers and
how feel about
personally
need not worry; they can let this teen section.you You poverty for most farm work providing that pay for a work
are
I He
DisagreesEDITOR anyone have the money to The 1960 disclosedthat
ers. census period of unspecified length be
to have do
going to this by
Go Ahead And Breathe Easy buy a license from someone yourself by personal mail. the average yearly Income guaranteed.. But what is main-
: I heartily disagree who has one to sell. There Is Please, teens, let's show the of male farm laborersIn ly required they feel, is a
with "unsigned" who less Investigation of those who adults we can be reliable and Palm Beach County where change in the basic attitudeof
said your paper wasn't worth buy from someone else than responsible Belle Glade is located was the dominant white com-
45 cents! a year. In my opinIon there was originally, and from Only you can get $1.348Iesl than half of the munity. With this they think,
the
balk
Everybody can breathe a small sighof Congress to preserve remaining wilder- it is worth 45 cents a year. all appearances there was not ','I en section rolling towards the $3,000 level at which the may come the all-important

.relief now. The Pieta, Michelangelo's ness areas which are still in the public HARRY COOKE too much at first. Johnson administration has change in the workers' estimation -
marble masterpiece of Christ and domain. Rape murder, auto acct! CAROLYN SULLIVANmove fixed the poverty line. of themselves.

the Virgin Mary, has arrived safely at Too much of the public domain is I

the New York World's Fair. already gone. The magnificent red Shift

America thanks the Italian people wood trees-living things whose age Historic Farm To Factorv I

who overcame their understandablefear dwarfs the four and a half centuries of ,.
I
in allowing this national treasureto the Pieta-were literally)] put under the By RALPH McGILL EAST OF
be moved from its place in the Vatican ax by a thoughtless government in the Publisher of The THE Mississippi about the country, living letters are transferred. Such man knows In his head already -
only Connecticut made In the myriad trailer cities
so vacancies usually are filled is more important than I
Atlanta
for the first time since it was created 19th century for as little as $1.23 an the decade ConstitutionIn between 1950-, good a showing as this latter that sprang up over .the na almost Immediately by new what he can do with his hands

463 years ago. tion. arrivals. Many communities, -though both forms of talentare
acre.These I960 the rates of change in employment group of Western states. In
America has no portable treasureto trees, some of which were reflect not merelythe Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, however, because of apathy or still in demand. Ten yearsago
send in return, unless it is the original tall when Christ born historic continuing shift of FOR AN EVEN LONGER a refusal to deal with the facts DuPont instrument mechanics -
was are being Missouri Iowa
Wisconsin: period of time, the engineersand V their lives, experience net spent 80 per cent of
of the Declaration of Independence cut down at the rate of a billion board manpower and from agriculture to Minnesota, Nebraska and Oklahoma technicians of the nation losses. their time on physical work

or the Constitution. Our treasuresare feet a year. It is predicted that within service Industry J jobs; all relatively far ad- had come to accept mobility Percentage employment rate and 20 per cent on analysis of

of the land Itself-"of purple moun- 20 years, all but a miniscule 3 per cent they under. 'vanced the Industrially long before as a way of life. Real estate In the Western states are due, problems. Today those figuresare
decade under study, the companies and church secretaries In the main perhaps to the reversed."
"
tain majesties, the "fruited plains." of virgin redwood forest under score also the
state rate of
employment well
I change are acquainted with new industries and services Employment Is at a record
We would hesitate to let the Dec- protection will have been transformedInto. astonishing of the mobility la M also was slowed. That the rate the results of population mobility growing up around the space high largely because of

laration of Independence leave the recreation room paneling, picnic bor force in I t I similarly was lower In some There is a constant turn- and defense industry locations.But technology. Unemployment I
of
country. Alas, we exhibit no such concern benches and what not. responding t o the Southern states lacking over as companies transfer this Is not, the whole story grows also because of it.
comparative Industrial status executives and as others move Samuel Lenner of the Du- The answer to this paradox
over our natural inheritance Who cares? Maybe somebody in the opporWnltles.r undergirda the major conclu- to new
Florida, Call- opportunities. Housesare Pont Company writes in certainly will not be found in
Conservationists are having to fight/ 21st century will. By then it will be fornia; Nevada SJY; i.tJr sion, which Is that the changes put on the market. Church "Automation": f Whara work- dulling the edge of technology
tooth and nail to push a bill through too late. and Arirona _JII"a highlight the necessary mobility
of the labor force in responding -
were the four
states showing McGILLthe Mobility to will opportunities.be Increasing

greatest Increase In percentage ly required of ,the production Washington Memo
employment of the worker and
the "managers" of ,
LAKELAND LEDGER 10 years-40 per cent and over.
industry. It was not too long
In the old cotton South, ago that a majority of such Small Brains: Dr. Louis Leakey, the British anthropologist, gave his male
Georgia and Louisiana had an workers could look forwardto listeners a gleeful moment during a lecture a few days ago and then h e
Anoxia <."T> eowLis HI increase between 10 and 20 per growing up, finding a job snatched it away from them. He said it was a matter of record that women's
Imperial Polk County.World's :=:i.?:J. : NaenLON Ns"" 1..,,t.N Y.N cent.bama Their neighbors, Ala brains averaged smaller than men's. He quickly added that there was no evi-
South
'A .... ..,_. TT Carolina, Ten dence whatever that human intelligence varied with the size of the brain. Eskimos
MM OOO POW ILL. -
Citrus Center \ ,,........ "dv.Mii?.. 0._,.., CMAHI.lt nessee and North Carolina
M UNT. blreul.h'iHlltorl, RICHARD M tM rl MINIIY KIAH.IV had a rate of increase under : \t/ f AILIV, hNN Nw. Mw'wr. 10 per cent. Arkansas and
*
Mississippi showed losses. In ( o.ill1i
The LEDGER'S All the border states, Kentuckyand Sign Language: One of the souvenirs you can get at the World Fair Is a
telephones
: Departm.nts6861151SUISCIIPTIOH West Virginia had each a metal ashtray, compliments of US. Steel showing \tiew\ from what the Illiterate
decrease. Virginia was in the and remaining all their livesin corporation describes as "the Plan of the Astranauts," which compares
KATISHOMi 10 per cent and under 20 per the community in which favorably with some dozens of police signs that have peared lately on Wash-

DEUVU"jOn. cent increase category they were born. This possibility ington's downtown streets:: "Curb lane for busses only.*. The favorite of local
':" Concentration of increasesIn 'la not extinct But it connoisseurs, however, is a sign near a big bridge construction "No
job: unauthorized -
your ., . $21.40 OM month ., $ I.$S the rate of change in employment steadily decreases. trespassing. ,
Sit ", ..t.. . $11.70 L Wok .-. $ .45 for the decade was Since the Second World War, "
'
Three III....... $ 5.15 One ftor, kf 11I.11 . . $2'.00 west of the Mississippi. The workmen more and more have v
three leaders there were, as had to go where new job opportunities
before noted. California, Arizona were opening up. Equal Time: The antics of politicians plugging their home towns arVoften

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by and Nevada. Just below Many had grown used to this interesting and sometimes informative. Take the campaign of Rep. Cornelh's
them In rate advances were during the war when defense E. Gallagher (D., NJ.) to put Newark back in its native state Gallagher wrote
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Texas, New Mexico, Colorado work caused hundreds of thousands to the Port of New York Authority complaining that stewardesses on airplanes

Utah. Alaska and Hawaii all of skilled workers, carpenters landing there announced that they were approaching "New York via Newark

I 1. with "'20 per cent and under metal fabricators.welderiViveters Terminal" New Jersey, he said, would like equal.time on flights landing at ftew.
40 per cent" increase. and so on, to York. .





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Haven Clubs LAKELAND LEDGER Monday April I 20, IN4


1 L List Meetings !f I I

l.'
I WINTER HAVEN Members
r of Camellia Garden Club
I will meet at 9:30 am Thorn- '
day at the home of the presi
I dent Mrs. Carl Cooney The A y .4 Y Ir t
I standing committees will make
i. 'rep rts of plans for the ensuing .
year and the programfor
1964-65 will be discussed.The .

annual picnic with husbands
I Invited will be held May
M at the home of Mrs. Van ; .
T Burnette with the new ;(-
w t 1 members of the club serving > 3 r k .r
as co.hostesses. ,.-
't,
BPW r' 1> ,;'

., ;' ,
\ .
WINTER HAVEN Two :'t ';.
i: members of the Business and ;0.)
},1 / '
: Professional Women's Club of $
; t Winter Haven will be Installed L j r t.... fij'
: officers of District at the .
\' meeting in Wauchula Sunday. ,

._::\. : Mrs. Mary Weatherbee will ,
. .. serve as district director and
.' Mrs. Dorothy Bradley, district ,. I ". *. ,"y : h? tF
j : corresponding secretary. -.Mt i. i .}i{ ifi1l:

vj' Mrs. Bea Freede, president
TnRi elect of the Florida Federation

will present a workshop AT COFFEE FOR CANDIDATE AND WIFE-Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson of West Palm
session during the all-day Beach, gubernatorial candidate, and his wife, second from right, were guests of honor at *
lam.meeting scheduled to begin at coffee at Morrison's banquet room to which women voters were Invited. Hostesses for the

event. Mrs. William C. Searl Jr., left and Miss Jan King are pictured with the guests of

---I- : WCTU honor. (Ledger photo by Harper) SWARMING

i WINTER HAVEN A book '
review of a part of the study Kappa Iota EvangelistThe - - -
t book will be summarized by -

; Mrs. John Whiteside for mem Chapter Meet Rev. Otis Hooks, pastorof 1 : SHOP TERMITESAREA
7 bers of the Woman's Christians
: Temperance Union tomorrow Slated TonightKappa Eaton Park Baptist Church
at I,:43 a.m. In the social will be evangelist at the revival WARNOCK'SFor

chapel of Beymer Memorial Iota chapter, Kapps at Sky land Baptist I 1 WARNING
Methodist church The devotional Church, the Rev. T: F. 0'. Lakeland's Best
will be given by Mrs Delta Phi sorority, will meet t Steen pastor, baa announced a
John Myers. Ralph Smith tonight at I o'clock at First The revival starts tonight FURNITUREBUYS

ALL DRESSED UP in preparation for the Engineers' Wives Club fashion show are,'from director of music at First Federal community room, and ends Sunday, with services I
left Mrs. James H Ham Jr. president; Mrs. Jack H. Elledge and Mrs. Harry W Abo. Baptist Church will present downtown. A pledge service, held nightly at 7:30 o'clock
I crombfe, The show will be held :Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Lakeland Yacht and Country musical selections will be held for Mrs. Pamela Song services. will precede the EVERY NITE

Club. (Ledger Photo-Harper) BETA SIGMA PHI Meeks, fallowed by an Initiation _sermons.Heart-- _ 1 a"

service for Mrs. Carol "
9 '
Engineers Wives Club Leon Vetrano Jeanne WINTER Blair HAVEN has been-electedto Misa Clark Gas? TILL P.M. I ,. ,

I serve as president of Phi Mrs Howard Wyncoop, Mrs. Sty Choking Hurt fin In S Minutes MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I \
Will Address Gamma 'Mu chapter of Beta Robert Meeks and Mrs. Don .r your 35escs.t/ru1gl.tChwINi.nt 102 I. Memorial IM.
To Have Fashion -Show Sigma Phi sorority Other new aid E. Morris will report on t Dlll pocfctt,t for lint rud Htn*oj must d ilrtll, la flit.Nap.nd I.sum bator end ICy. An. I
Delta BetasLeon officers will be: Miss Jan the convention heldIn you on'I kclltv. It Ne harmful druit Cat MU 2-2222
regional .11.*.. today. Itnd to Bill-ini, .1
ice Williams vice Sushi
president;
A fashion show featuring commentary by Mrs Carlotta Mrs Orant>ur|, N. T, lor libtril, fret '.. ;
Tampa. Wyncoop was
Miss Barbara Mawk and Mrs. nrmp.A....
High Maas fashion coordinator -
summer clothes will be presented Vetrano will speak on
elected editor the
Linda Mullin secretaries; and regional at I l
at the Engineers Wives Musical accompaniment will painting at the meeting of Miss Judy Payne, treasurer. convention. She will explainher
Club of Polk County meeting be provided by Mrs. Paul Delta Beta chapter of Beta Officers will be Installed duties. Tfiere' No Substitutefor
tomorrow at the Lakeland April 27.NOSEGAY. A report on a service project
Puckett of Bartow. Members Sigma Phi sorority tonight at Experience
will be made by Mrs
Yacht and Country Club. A social modeling will be Mrs. H. W. Wyn
8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
GARDEN CLUB Mrs. Charles T, Chapman
hour will start at noon, Abercrombie, Mrs. Bolton, coop.
Bob Bettag. 504 Hillside Drive and Mrs. Benny Smith, ELECT
followed by the show at 1230.: Mrs Jack Elledge. Mrs. WINTER HAVEN Members
A buffet luncheon will be James H. Ham Jr, Mrs. W. Mr Vetrano attended the of the Nosegay Garden hostesses for the May social, ,

served after the show W Merkel, all of Lakeland, Newark School of Fine Arts Club of Winter Haven have will announce..plans_ -ooiii .:::1 HOBSON STRAINTAX
Members are Invited to and Mrs. J. M. Abbitt, Mrs. In New Jersey and is a member elected Mrs. Wayne Buckner
bring guests.Mrs. W C Cross and Mrs. J, C. of Lakeland Art Guild, presldnet. Other new officers The Flitut, In ltuty Cir COLLECTOR
Ray C. Garcia, pro Johnston, all of Bartow. will be Mrs. E. p, Roberts for flit DltcrlmlniHitfl Warren
PI national
gram chairman, is in chargeof Late reservations are being Kappa honorary VIS'TEVERETT OWr { yN/1 ..MIIMM .' : '"
Jr. vice president Mrs. B. '. .
Collator Nf c. News Irwarn"
arrangements. She will be taken by Mrs. W W. Thorn. art fraternity, and the Florida Lynn Mannlx and Mrs. Keith & OLIVE .. Chi.f 0.W lr.a .., q
assisted by Mrs. W. R. Bol- ton, Lakeland 825848; and Federation of Art. Ray, secretaries; and Mrs. R. BEAUTY SALON Dw+i:n "n'lIuntn.'_..'y ..f Pl.nd., .

ton. Clothes will be provided Mrs K. W Grader, Bartow, At the buslnes session, members Larry Young, treasurer IVSMTT M. RUCK.' MO'. ." _**ther N S .hiUr.n.
by Mass Brothers with i the_ 533-9381. will discuss the convention A luncheon will be held May I r rm:n nl Weiss $750 N. thr huilnMe In"'..... I
'be held In Clearwater, 9 at the Haven Hotel at which Cm l tt-frmOM ea torn and nmrt* In ftlk' C.un"'. I
to 'I Thyr. Frl. Sv*. ky Ami
Orientation Session Set the rituals and Founder's Day stalled.time new officers will be in I I11'.t I 1033 S. rifl. Ave. MU 6.5991 Tour Vote end Support Is and Will Bs ApprtclsKd


I For Brownie Troop HeadsA banquet. .rlr.7' 1! Ifvousee


glimpse Into what lies Christina Park. Accompanying Delta Gammas ,lr loft' fl ants
ahead in Brownie Girl Scouts the troop were Mrs. Calvin MILL END ing
events will be available to Joyce, Mrs. Earl Alexander Meet TonightDelta '
mothers who will be workingwith and Mrs. A. Naomi ,
Brownie troops In the fall. Wilson Gamma chapter,,Beta da. t around your

An orientation session for. Life Saving Course Sigma Phi sorority, will meet P n It lit/- No. 2SHOP
Brownie helpers will be offered
Wednesday from 9:15- Senior Girl Scouts of Troop tonight at 8 p'clock at the fJA/v house
11:30: a.m. at the Girl Scout 257 are taking the Senior Red home of Mrs David Bickley, you
House, 201 Parkview Place Cross Senior Life Saving 723 Elerbee Way. Mrs Charles
The same orientation will be course for several weeks under McDilda will conduct the business 4401 E: HILLSBOROUGH' t havetermites
the tutelage of Mrs Oscar
offered the following week on session may
Tuesday morning for those Stutsman. The program, "Sculptureand Corner of Hillsborough fir 44th St
'who cannot attend this week Outdoor skills learned by Painting." will be present
Mothers are to bring a patrol leaders from all part ed by Mrs. W A. Poteet and Wl ARI NOW ONLY MINUTES' PROM GRIATIft DOWNTOWN LAMLAND q'
Brownie Girl Scout Handbook, of Lakeland will be given a Mrs Charles Bailey SO COMI US FOR THAT CARPIT YOU NEED FOR ARIA 3
if possible. real test the weekend of May Miss Linda Joachim will assist RUGS OR WALL TO WALL 'INSTALLATION ,
Neighborhood chairmen and 1.2, when the patrol leaders Mrs Bickley in hospitalities o "Swarming termites

schools troop organizers In Lakeland from will meet all Girl practice Scout a House.campout at the .- -- .- ---- Open Week Days 9 to 5:30, Friday 9 to 9 P.M. aro a definite warningof I

tomorrow with George Sanford Leaders who expect to have : MOVED TO termite attack," \

chairman, city, Mrs planner Fred; district Merta, girls their names attending to the are district to give adviser | 118 W. LEMON ST. gays Dr. Thomas E. ;

and Mrs. George Costello executive or to Mrs. Paul Smoak. $
director of the Heart Mrs W D Boy-kin or Mrs. I lanier IMC Upshaw, 5 000 WALL to WALL Snyder, world'sforemost

Florida Girl Scout Council R. W Tallent Girls will I eu_ ..r511M, MreMewuN == authority on
The meeting is set for 9:30a pitch tents, cook all their I AMe InY.n..
.
\ .m. with the city planner arriving meals, plan a campfire pro .. termite control. "If
at 10 a.m. Potential and gram, practice health and II
I feasible division of the Lakeland safety precautions and divide you see them near
I PHILLIPS
I area Into ncighborhods work with kaper charts as CARPETTRADEINSALE your home, I
in the future will be discussed they are expected to do on FABRICS
troop! campouts, recommend you
1064 S. "..rI4e'he..e "
OrganizeThe Termini
phone
MU 1-1211
Live Oak neighborhood QUILT CUES
of Bartow will l meet at the This Week'i Special Old homes and
If make be absolutely -
House you a quilt
Bartow Little noon !
Thursday to discuss troop organization sure the material you Primed Antique COSATIN < new homes are being
3"
camping and training are using is of good qualityand yt. against
that it'*completely wash 54, u,......., safeguarded
I National requests program depart. able. Choose fabric that Is PLASTICS t ,.. 59* Trode in your old carpet during this trade In sale and we will allow you $50.00 for forty future termite

1 ment staff members will be dyed with colors that are fastto square yards or more of your old carpet. Buy these items advertised or from any other itemin
in Tampa Friday and Saturday both laundering and light. store. damage up to $5000
our
_,
to teach a course for uu and
by guaranteed
Senior Girl Scout troop advisers Our new location is only minutes from greater downtown Lakeland via the new Interstate

members and of professional councils in Hoe staff ; JUST PUSH "4." Come Interstate "4" to U.S. 92 Ent then straight on U.S. 92 to 44th St. Just 6 insured Bruce

ida. The Instructors will be THE BUTTON. blocks past overpass Terminix Protection.

those directly involved with and Phone us for skilled
program change and the new I RUGS ROLLSREMNANTS
handbooks on the senior level. ii he's yours property inspection
New Brownie Girl Scouts
from Lime Street will leave # : and reliable
I I ; by remote
the school at 2 p.m. for a
meeting at the Girl Scout I 4M WOODTONIS recommendations.
1 control! Bring Your Measurements
House from 20..3: p.m. Fri 95 "OSI QUARTZ BRUCE

day The neighborhood chair d? .' 5 AMETHYST ,1VTIIO'UZEIJ "":,I'.EIr Foil:
man Mrs. Paul Kaufman will I fq. Yd. ATOLL Sill TERMINIX
PRINCE MATCHABCIU
Girls
cgnduct interested the may meeting.contact Mrs. r1,1l: V SPRAY MISTS SAVE 3,00 100% Nylon Hinder Ttiture NATIONALLY ADVIRTISED SRANDS

Kaufman. Assisting with ar- WIND K>NG, rOPHECTSTlADIVAIf ) "James Lees"I CO
for the
rangements troop v ,MtOVED I 2221 New Aukur il< Mf
meetings are Mrs E. G. Pad J GOLDEN AUTUMN :
gett Mrs. Jay 0 Springer Jr., v, I ?a AM AIANO "Bigelow"i PH. MU 2-6129
Mrs. W Frank Wooten and M I
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Mrs. Dewey Johnson. | y : ztzeSpecki OrWINTER
Spring air is calling troops I I Introductory
NO CO.D.'i WITHOUT DEPOSITNO
out-of-doors! !I HAVEN
Kathleen Junior High troop Size.......... $200A
14 Oh St., N.W.
PHONE ORDERS
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will be camping out this week i w a.lld .IP ,
end, and Southwest Junior Regular Site $400 PH. CY 3.1234
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High troop 251 will spend two 4401 E. HILLSBORO AOOA / D

nights at Hillsboro State Park Metering Owhng Po dtr with colorful'puff ol lomb'wool' JJJQ & $400, 9ROWN TWltD THRUSH /ItGE
making a side trip to the Dade TwEtD e HYACINTHS
Battlefield Park as work toward rr c..plat its PH. 6260721OPEN Sq.Yd, AMlTHTST GREEN TWEED
their My Country badge
I Cleveland Court Troop .250 FRIDAYS 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAVE 2,46 100% Acrilan T.dws TERMINIXONationwide
Is also planning a weekend

campout Drua Stores I PLENTY OF
Lime Street Junior Girl
Scouts of Troop 243 spent last FREE PARKING locally owned terms
Saturday with a cookout. trailblazing protection and put cortfol I..vie.L i .
and a nature walk at ,,alHlwe, S HNN'IMHti*s:**:*J*J*********s <* .wnF11 UW i t I >>




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1 LAKELAND LEDGER 2.! :! I Civil Rights Disorders



t'y SIB w J IMay Snarl Fair TrafficNEW

V .t i W S, B. f. 4J Mx
YORK (AP-Plans for for the House-passed bill:
(civil rights demonstrations on "We'll be hearing from people
Sk who will be disgusted and outraged -
opening day of the World's Fair "
I +w I Wednesday now reportedly in .
i "1 don't think civil wrongs
.,y, dude a scheme u> tie up most help the cause of civil rights"
of the city's transportation sys-:Humphrey added.
9c. tern-subways, commuter trains
Richard B. Russell I>
Sen. -
and highway travel ,
u The "secret" plans, reportedby Ga., quarterbacking forces op
posed to the bill, said in a separate For New EfflcttHcy end
newspapers today, could
I that its
TELEVISION play havoc with travel in a 'I interview passage
city New tcenomy In The
i i under threat of violence and disobedience
of eight million swelled by thousands -
of fair visitors "would put us in the Tax C.ll.rt.r'i Office,
President Johnson, scheduledto category of a 'banana republic. -
.' Ilttt . .
6Yn be an opening-day visitor,
i : may get caught in the transportation -
: I snarl one civil. rights TIES ESTABLISHED GEORGE K: 'Mill!*; ,
leader said
TOKYO (AP-Indonesia and .
1 ,< a.: Tactics Censldered Communist North Korea have fAX 'COUECTPKM.
Tactics reportedly being con. agreed to establish diplomatic
,9. ;: d idered jnclude pulling emer- relations and exchange ambassadors -
b gency cords on falr-bounc Radio Pyongyang' an- M Ao>. W
trains jamming ticket lines nounced today. _Polk_ for County 0...,.Cltluu. K. Minor coma
without buying tickets=:at fair
STORI ALMOST READY-Montgomery War*' hbnloui televblon sad .teree ..p.rt. entraces, or picketing the gatesto '
". la ski. shape as tho greed opening 1 data epptoechei Th. department will feature the dissuade fair visitors'irom
color tolevltien usa end can be wen on opening day, Wedneidef at >10 a.lII. ledger Photo entering.
) Queens Dist Atty Frank ( WolfschmidtGenuine \
t O'Connor prepared to seek 1&
__k,_wv.-..__ W.X. I temporary restraining order today
., against any traffic snafu at
the fairgrounds. He invited

STORE MANAGER-H. T. Doitor, demonstration leaders to meet
with him today to discuss their
I new Montgomery Werd dot opining In
t., hoi ", ."...d Werd Lokelond. itore highway-Jam threat.
As the reported demonstration
.tor. manager 'In Florida 27 vain. H.
t plans grew-from an auto stall Vodka
the company on May 20.WASHINGTON. in on access roads to the fair
to sit-ins, Jie-lns and the like on
d __
other major highways bridgesand
k In tunnels throughout the
city-reverberations sounded In ,
t Congress. Former President
11 Of 0 9tt Harry S. Truman said the ..tallin -
Speaker I'
would be "damn foolish.? VQDK 1
t "They'll make a damn sight
Casts Rare more enemies than friends by
t . doing a thing like this," said
{ .... w Truman. who arrived in New
York Sunday to make a television 'VKTO piac Nu.ca.mt.MW raw i r.MAM nan cs Are.M moor rnooucr or v.I..
By FULTON' LEWIS could ( film about his administra .- -.- '
WASHINGTONTheSpeaker : -'-- - ion. the ONE place to call 'forMONEY
MERCHANDISE MANAGERM.
of the House
cast
a .
NATIVE-G C.
CREDIT MANAGER J.
Adverse Effect Seen
rare vote last week, one that Kruthen It A end I lineimerchendiie
notlvo of Loliolond, Jt .
Reutchkole, en ampler .fMentps.ry
Bible withL.k.la.d9 Supporters and opponents of
scuttled an investigation of monoger
Linn mtrchondiu
bribes Were) far the pert the civil rights bill in the Senate
accepted by new MontgomeryWerd
reportedly
members ol could for the Loktlond new store on Memoriol Boule- peer, will .. credit ", .".,,, .> agreed that the public harass
Congress for Insists / Word store Garcia v'ord the new Were! store hereRejytchkolb ment could have an adverse ef-
fixing immigration tion with Word for 15 formerly wen e fact on chances of passing the -1 h..e mirnte:

cases tanking lose officer. eglslation. __ __
Ma..a.chusetts' the I Said Sen h Hubert H. Hum you "WI.TaI"11i iHer.'sI

JohnMcCormack. ,,,,d 4t bers PreSchoolRoundup I,hrey, D-Mmn., floor manager
He i
left the rostrum Celler folded opportunity te let cash double! *
to vote I for : Set I fast during Beneficial Golden Anniversary
no on a pro At Kathleen Celebration/ Call up or come In for the cash you
R.Elect "
posed joint! far as 5 want now . to clean op 'left-over bills or
House Senate! me The Kathleen Elementary I All for any food reason Wo like to say "Yet!"
probe of U.S.i man School Pre School Roundup for
m m I g ration LEWIS Ideas children who will be starting to ,
policy McCormack's vote that school In September, will be I Experiencedi BENEFICIALFINANCE
made It 69-69, and the amendment held' on Wednesday, from 9amo
c introduced by Chios Note: ,n r 11 a.m. In the school lunchroom ::1 Mall SYSTEM
Rep Mike Feighan failed of joint Children starting to' _
passage. j's. school in September must be 8'' Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Not
Feighan, chairman of the on vears old on or before Jan. L
Joint Committee on Immigration it Is 963. I Combee LAKELAND .Beneficial Finance Co of Lok.lond
and National Policy, had the Parents should bring the I Morris e Gr. Fl. Arcade Bldg. MUtual 6.5105
asked the House for SI60.000 child birth certificate and tec' CONSTABLE DIST. '#5 WIN7IH HAVErf BenetfeM Finance Co. of Winter Hovers
to finance a "full-scale. uninhibited . days ord of immunizations. It is .not, N..... .._,.... 316 W. Central Avenue
study and review of neces.arytobring the thlkf to'' Comb'. ywp ind, floor, Phillip Pro "iono! Bldg CYpresi 3.2176
immigration policy" He noted In H M Ad..
this registration. nitANct MDon't .. __ _
that such a sum had been requested __ =_* IMJ upwericuL n __
by President Johnsonin ers


eran The his of budget Ohio 22 years Democrat message in Congress a vet., has locate I ., operating MANAGER monoger GER Montgomery SERVICE- The STATION Word meneger tervlce MANA.of ite-the I You Think It's Time For A Change?

referred to press reports that talist Montgomery Word ties It R. C. DeMille DeMille, a
"big-money fees" had gone to John formerly wot ,lnvtn. reiident ef Lakeland for 16
members of Congress for introducing manoger of the
pare, hoi been uocloted ''WItt.Ma"t.a".ry .
special legislation to dent of In St. Petersburg ELECT
Word for the
prevent the deportation of set ." a Word employe ill put
gangsters aliens and other) undesirable he AND had .". von.Russian tas'. .r Q. Quitman

FEIGHAN ALSO told the didate ....._-,, .-
House that he had personally Clifton Sub
talked with Immigrants who record
had been charged exorbitant report
fees for the right to enter the Threat i Cited
United States and that "several was :
cases involved the pay. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) :\
ment of extortion to Communist Canal The Soviet submarine threat in U INN
regimes through (mid. the Pacific is "real and quite Q
dle world-men) residing in the free non- serious leets,"anti-submarine the .US warfare Pacific "

McCormack opposed Feighan to pay commander said today.
's request for an Investigation support Vice Adm.. John T. Hayward
as a favor to Emanuel their warned that the Soviets "in the
Celler, chairman of the House It
not distant future" would be
Judiciary Committee. Celler, regularly deploying submarines Your State Representative
whose committee also claims police particularly missile launchers GROUP 2
jurisdiction over immigration able
off Australia's coast as well as
matters, had fought the joint with merica.s.
probe .
The Brooklyn Democrat when '-
had in fact, last December charge
threatened a filibuster on the vancesThe
foreign aid bill if funds for ---
the joint) committee were Included been MANAGER
in the legislative appropriations ney Cuyler, a Wa, ", em- Pm H "

that measure.bill attached to that and ..yeera, will the...per-' \ WIN
et new
Celler has Insisted there Is of
no need for a Joint Investigation S tat e itore. Sha formerly
arguing that Feighan means job et Mt .Clement,



I Martin Luther 'I Needs One I'I,' mI f : Q07:


Nonviolence In I I I In __ f ,

TALLAHASSEE (AP-A Negro gallon, _
and white audience jam. notion _
and To
ming the 1.000-seat capacity ofa must ;
Negro church shouted and across 1
stamped as' Dr Martin Luther ol the MARTINDRUG

King urged nonviolence in the negation

fight"Stay for true racial to desegreation nonviolence," would King QUINN IS: Polk County Needs

the Negro leader shouted above fore the University of Florida Graduate
the roar of the crowd Sunday "You SLOWER TAXES.
.
night, "Or you will give the opposition Jail . YOUR Active Captain Air Force Reserve.
a way out of) grappling to lose Member of Democratic Executive 2. ABOLISH THE MILK COMMISSION.
with his conscience and amid said. PRESCRIPTION 3. MORE INDUSTRY IN POLK.
Committee.
the violence he will lose sight CENTER
that the issue Is segregation" ing a :, Active Christian. 4. MORE AID TO SENIOR CITIZENS.

King J-Pronged In Tallahassee Attack Urged to open a said.what Iota!! Desire for Polk County to Prosper 5. PUBLIC STATE PARKS IN POLK.
I 6. LESS RECREATION & MORE
four- demonstrations, urged a three- ing : I yourhealth EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS.
pronged attack upon racial barriers 7. BETTER ROADS.
needs!
: ly by MAY 5th 8. PROPER REPRESENTATION IN
"You must continue to affirm must .
the Immorality of racial segre- Dressed HILL TALLAHASSEE FOR ALL.
FREE DELIVERY
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SHELLEY ', ; 437 Central. I Ave. Win With Quinn !

,School S p rint Stall Senator Phone MU 3-2807

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Monarch Hails Polk Visit, Haven Eyes i Ii I III


1 $3 MillionIn


Calls Gardens A 'Paradise' BuildingWINTER



CYPRESS GARDENS- way to Houston Texas wherehe to ,open the Jordanian Pa phate industry, a Jordanian HAVEN-City
This Is certainly a Paradiseon will enjoy a stay not at vilion at the World's Fair, enterprise and also a Polk building construction may II MARKET I
earth here" said the King, Johnson's ranch but at the New York-then a final junketto County enterprise where 80 reach $3 million at year's end STo FLASHES

smiling "1 didn't realize ranch of a Johnson friend. see the wonders of the far per cent of the world's phosphate according to Bill wolf director i
there was so much to see in John W. American of building and zoning. a
Macom who has
central Florida: I wish I could two-year concession on oil exploration a. 'We're going west to have trouble And Is that produced-right was Polk County'spart here. The first half of April hada .NEW YORK (AP-The stock Airlines, up % at 50 on 2.600. 36% on 1,300 shares and International .

stay longer" he added wist! In Jordan, a countryyet matching the relaxation and ,In ,entertaining a king booming $313,208 In building market was mixed in moderately Standard Oil (New Jersey) Telephone at 59% on
fully to develop its petroleum fun we had here today" Duke seeking better understandingfor permits and projections to the active trading at. the opening eased % at 86% on 2.600 shares 1,400
King Hussein I of Jordancan possibilities. told Pope yesterday. Some the world he representsthe end of the month Indicate that today. Chrysler opened on 10,000 Pan American World Airways
really appreciate a watery Then the party will fly east talk was also passed on phos- Arab world. the first six-month total shouldbe of shares, off % at 48%. rose 1% to 78 on 4,000 shares
place of relaxation, coming at least $15 million Wqlf Changes most key stocks Unchanged were Royal Dutchat I New York Central and Reynolds -
from relatively dry country said with the fiscal year at were narrow. 42% on 2,900 shares and U.S. Tobacco dropped % each.
which contains the Dead Sea, half-way mark April 30. At Opening blocks included: Ana steel at 57% on 2,500. Pennsylvania Railroad gained
the walled city of Jericho and week's end only $30,000 more conda off }" at 43 on 4,500 I International Harvester advanced Y4 at 32% on 1,000 shares
the fabled Sea of Galilee. to go short of the $1.5 million % to 71% on 1.100 shares On Friday the Associated
Part of his reason for visiting mark was recorded. shares; Studebaker unchangedat Gaining % each Santa Fa Press average of 60 stocks rose

the United States Is to ,I'w Projects Listed 8 on 3,000; and American opened at 28%, Bethlehem at ,1/3 to 306.7. a new high
plead for U.S. support in
Arab countries' claims to wa- Feeding the optimism are BLUE CHIPS ,
ter rights against Israel which 4. two large apartment projectson
U the drawing and zoning -
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wants to divert water from --
- the Jordan River system P boards:
Winter Haven Harbour, 82i i
Unity Grows unit Condominium on Spring BARTLET'f OP COURSE

After a year of bickering Lake Is set for May cornerstone iPE/1KINb YOU SHOULD WHOKTrtl*
J Jv
a and some bloodshed the Arab laying. It is a four- IiPPTOYODR CALLING?
countries are lately pulling together r 0 5 building complex. fbRT'Ol10:

in unity against Zionist eYd Florence Villa a 32.unit
I nationalism and Hussein as apartment building, is almost
spokesman for the Arab world ; ready for construction by I

has been trying to convince and M Corp, Tampa with ...
President Johnson that, war construction permits about to
or no w.r. the Arabs plan to be Issued after a study by the Lvcurlty. ...L _
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go ahead with a counter- l. "> ? !? .5The
building department.
version scheme. Plans call for a two-story ;
He presented his Ideas In a concrete block building 192 by *

taped Interview yesterday on SO feet, fronting on Third I
TV-"Meet the Press" In.cluding Street SW and extending to
a worry about the Palmetto Avenue and Avenue Daily InvestorQ.
arms race in the Middle East. Q
(Both Israel and Egypt have lw
the atom bomb) ? t ta The Apartments, 32 one I have never owned any and the Immediate sale
and two-bedroom will have
The king hopes; he said balconies running, the entire stocks. I have read a booklet of the security Into which that
to inform the American people NEW YORK describing arbitrage operations. security Is convertible Or it can
of Arab intentions. Including length of the second story. The STOCK EXCHANGE I: have been thinking In large Involve the purchase of rightsor
board
return of Arab refugeesto city planning approvedthe 11 a.m terms on this subject It occurs warrants and the immediatesale
their homelands from forced project more than a year to me that If
Price a fellow could pup of the security that can be

exile in Israel. ago. Air Reduction ....,..,..... 58% chase 100 shares of stock on one obtained by exercising those

Hussein, with his peaceful Developments Planned ildens ...,.,..,....,...... 29% stock exchange and immediately rights or warrants.
- coexistence theories is known Most residential building in Allegheny Ludlum ........, 44% sell those 100 shares at a But even In that type of arbitraging -
as one of the stabilizing Influences the past several years has not Allied Chem ..,...,.,...... 55 higher price on another stock the expenses Involved
.In the Middle East, been Included in city figures Allied Stores .............. 60 exchange, he could make a nice would normally kill your profit.

said State Department proto- as residents have been forcedto Am Bosch ................. 14<% profit every day. Now a brokerage firm which
col officer Jay Rutherford build in suburbs where Am Cyanamid ....... ..... 63% However I am at a loss to holds membership on two stock
who is accompanying m. homesites are still available. Am Home Prd ,.......,.. 66% find out how to keep track of exchanges very often can arbitrage -
"He's a hardworking, diligent But two developments will Am Hospital .,........... 23% different stock exchanges. Do successfully- because
and Intelligent young swell the city residential total.In Am Mach & Frdy ... ...; 19'/' you have any suggestions members of a stock exchangedo
monarch-modest and affable the Northwest section one Am Metal) Prd ,......,... 21% A. Just one Forget about not have to pay commissionswhen
-and an expert in aircraft Is west of Northgate Shopping Am Motor ...........,.... 16'/ rbltraglng You may feel that they buy or sell securities
engineering" and military logistics Center and the other is at Am Res & Dev ............ 24% you are "thinking In large on the exchange.
said Rutherford "
yesterd.y. CRUISING DOWN THI 'RIVIR' ON A SUNDAY AniRNOON '*' .( the G.....,,'. .!*.. Haven Shores north of Lake Am Seating .............. NS terms. But, believe me, you Professional arbitragers hold
iris boot, Kins Hmteln, (for right)} Dick Pop (I.Rt) Crow Prince Hun (tk* kl".'. brtkr> Howard Terrace Street construction Am Tobacco .............. 35 would be a small fish In a big memberships on two or more
Aid Received behind the kl"l.t H...',,'. right Jeiiice Shepeti, Cyprus Gerdent employe, whoM father b fnsLab. and sewer installation Am Tel ft Tel ...........142% pond. You could,.. ., stock exchanges for just that

Hussein who took the reins ...", enjoy a Ul".r.ly cruiM. T* Ik* right rear It Jey Rutherford. Stt Department rerecl oft. has already started in the Ampex ................... 17 get caught (with purpose. But that leaves the
of his government in 1952 ctr, end et rear to Jordenieii Sgt..Mjor Suleinte., Mertovk. the king's '.......1 ttendnt. (Ledger Shores development which Ariz Pub Ser .............. 35% a big financial guy In the street (Including you)
has since 1957 received some Phet by Hughei) because of land costs will feature Armco Steel ....,.......,. 75% lOll) in a hurryas :f. out In the cold-as far as suet

$300 million in U.S. aid. He upper Income-bracket Atcha top ................. 28%''- mostspeculators essful arbitrage operations are

hopes on this junket that he homes Atl Refin ..,............. 547/ are concerned.

has left Washington with at L 'iM"1t'IIW'II.H"! } 11' ,,;d1' !,>"_ -"YI' .. Two school building programs Auto Can ................ 147/ caught sooner -
least a slight American understanding gave an added boost to Avco .................i... 22% or later. t
of the Arab cause. the April total: An addition to Beneficial............... 49 / We had better Q. I have read many dlr..tat.ments .
Hussein's tour since April Winter Haven High School will Beth Steel .............. 36Blaw.Knox % explain whatarbitrage about the sorry stateof
13. has taken him-besides in Incorporate several special Is U.. 'S. Government fiscal af.
................ NS
Washington diplomatic circles classrooms and other facilities lorg-Warner .............. 48% Basically it's a fairs-this country's. "balance of
# 33&4D
-to a Dave Brubeck jazz ball t'? r s and Is now In full con. Brunswick ......,..,....... 11 technique of payments" deficit" our "loss of j jI
sponsored by Johnson; to New struction. The cost was listed Burlington ..........,...... NS taklngadvanDOYLE gold the possibilities of "run.
York City to confer with U.N. at 1173,300. tage of differences In prices I In,I away Inflation etc.. Some columnists
Burroughs ............... 283j:
4 Secretary-General U Thant; to Jewett High School has a Cat Tractor..;.":.;-;,...... 4133j! I the same security seem always to harp en
Cape Kennedy. Saturday to, music department addition tinder -. ; I For Instance if XYZ common. this
Celanese ?... ;;..;;?.:o1. (7
lunar-Gemini S0 $65,000 cost stock is trading at $20 share I A word from would
study the U.S. .5 way at a you ge along
S Chemetron ..,,.....,..,... 28iChes !- I
space program; to State Department on one stock exchange and $21 way toward reassuring me
,4M & Ohio .............' 72 .
Protocol Chief An- a share on a different stock exchange (and others I am sure) that this
- 55p
LivestockSales Chrysler ................. 48/
gier Biddle Duke's estate in i an arbitrager might buy country Is not bankrupt
Cin Gas ft Elec .... ... 26
%
Palm Beach; to Miami; and S ? 100 shares on the exchange on A. Because I am in the trade
Cities Ser ........,....... 6914
Gar and r read
yesterday to Cypress which it is trading at $20 naturally many colum.
dens. Total Coca Cola .......... ..... 127% sell 100 shares on the exchangeon nists. I am reasonably sure I
Today he has winged his Colgate Pal .............. 43% which it is trading at $21. know those to whom you refer.
$453,352 Collins Rad .....,........ 17* He would have a profit of $100 They are good men. To the
: : Columbia Gas .?......... 29% ($1 a share) less expenses. That best of my knowledge none of
7 Killed In vS.s t a Com: Credit ..... .....,... 42 phrase "less expenses" provides them has said this country is
'r WINTER HAVEN-A total of, CoB Edison .............. 86% the Joker in the deck. Commis- bankrupt. They are sounding
7,180 cattle and calves; 1,830 CoB Foods ............... M% lon charges transfer taxes and warnings against what many
HighwayAccidents hogs and pigs; 2 goats; 1 horse; Consumer Pwr........... 47% other expenses normally more consider Irresponsible fiscal
F 4 ponies; and 14 sheep were sold Cont Oil ................. 66%; than eat up that "profit. policies that have been In favor
at 18 Florida Livestock Auction Ctrl Data ................ Worn % Arbitrage. can also involve the aU too long with our Federal
Markets during the past week, Prds ............... 65% purchase of a convertible sell I lovernment..
according to W 0 Whittle Chiefof Crown Cork ....,.,....... 34%

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Florida State Farmers' Mar. Curtba-Wright ........... 20 a.mPrice.,.

Accidental death overtook soy kets.Gross amounted !>r. Pepper ...........,., 341'%

en persons on Florida's highways n $$453,352.42 receipts from 13 markets to Dresser Inds ,............ 33>!4 Rep Steel.....,....,.... 494 Brazilian
W DuPont ... .. ............. 261
during the 48 hours ending i t: Sales reported for the week R.J, Reynolds .........., 42%:
Sunday night 10 at 15 markets Eastman Kodac .,. ,...., 1285> Rhod Sel Trust ........... 6%
.: o..d., ... .... ,. ending April Gamble Skgo ............ 57% Asks Action
One of the victims Mrs. Georgia -S. -- Included 8,888 cattle and calves; R. C. Cola ....,,,........ 73%
Ga Pac .. ............... NS .
Gibson, 47-year-old North 1,565 hogs and pigs; 3 horses; 19 Safeway Stores ....... .. (2
housewife died in a Gen Elec .........,....., 86%
Miami .
Scott .... .. .... 36 Over Cuba I II
Paper %
POPE GRIITS KING.-KUf. H._m I, "',....re... at the Heihemite Kingdom .. JtfJ.it, (Uihet goats '
freak accident She was drivingher Gen Foods ..,......,..... BO'/i!
Seaboard .
market summaries Air R .... ..... 46%
sunny smil a fca rvihes t. the ......re.... that. will whisk him t* Cyprus Gar",,,,. Gerdens owner, Individual .
15-year-old son to the beach Included: Gen Inst ................. 13% Sean ..,... .............., 109'/ I
Dkb ,. C.do* .......) eolobratW bis Nth sfrtkdey with .host tk kl. Winter By THEODORE A. EDIGER
when a surfboard protruding lag, II t* Arcadia State Livestock Market Gen Motors ....,......... 81% Sinclair Oil .............. 43'/'
from the car struck a bridge Ho*.* Mayer Rich.... Distal end Dick Pop Jr. greet U.S. protocol chief Angler Biddl' Duk (direct 543 cattle and calves. Gen Tel & Elec .......... 35!% Socony ....,....... .,.... 71% MIAMI (AP-A Brazilian admiral .
railing whipped around and _.ly behind King H.....;*.) Members the blng's' retinue bring II' the tar (Ledger Pkot by Rickle) Glades Livestock Auction Market Gen Time ....,........... 12% S.C. Elec & Gas ....,...., 57 who helped his country

broke her neck. (Belle Glade), 27C cattle Gen Tire ....... ......... 25 Southern ... .............. 56% oust President Joao GouUrt
Two men died in an accident Bartow and calves. Gillette ..... ............. 32% Sperry Rand ............. 17'/i calls for inter American military
near Plymouth in Lake County. Tax Assessment Guide Bonifay State Livestock Mar., W R. Grace ............ 11814 Spiegel,...,....,.,..... 33Std action against Fidel Castro.
They were Jesse Tolbert 43. ket 28 cattle' and calves; 150 Great A & P Tea ........ 39% Oil Cal ,..........,. 62% Admiral Carlos Penna Botto

and Nathaniel Willis both of Board Will For Farm Lands OfferedA hogs and pigs.Gainesville Greyhound .... ........... 58% Sid Oil Ltd ...,.,. ....., 72'/4' president of the Brazilian AntiCommunist .

Sorrento. Livestock Market,I Grumman 41MBM Std Oil N.J ............... 86% Crusade told a Cu.
Willie James Freeman 49. of Vote 887 cattle and calves; 358 hogs ... ...:::::::::::::::: 888 i Sunray Oil .,............. 30% ban exile rally Sunday night:

Miami, was killed while crossing Budget guide for tax assessmentof rather than experimental results. and pigs. : Ant Harvester ............ 71% Tenn Gas ft Trans ...,.,., 22 "To eradicate the Slnc>-Soviet I

a street in Miami. BARTOW-City Commission agricultural lands has been The guide also Includes Interstate Livestock Auction Ant Min & Chem .......... 72 1 Texaco ................... 77% beachhead from the Americas
Barry Diedolf. 21, of Cassel- Market (Seffner) 539 cattle and Ant Paper .....,.,........ 33'4' Is land-
era are expected to adopt a $2- submitted to members of the a suggested range in values Texas Gulf Sut ........... 33% there necessary a new
berry was killed on State Road 532,11) budget during their per acres based on grasses calves; 4 ponies. 1 Ant Tel & Tel ............ 59% Tidewater ................ 39% Ing of military force. In Cuba,
437-A near Apopka. 1 meeting set for 7:30 o'clock tonight Florida Agricultural Tax Coun- and conditions. Jay State Livestock Auction Jones ft Laughlm ........ 774| Union Oil ... .... ........ 79% supported by the United States
Frank Kowinakl 72. of Lake cil for final approval. The guide also proposes formation Market, 30 cattle and calves; 56 Kelsey Hayes ... ........, 35% Union Pac .,..........., 414 and all the Latin American na
Worth was killed Saturday at Tonight's meeting is billed When accepted by the members in each county of a hogs and pigs; 1 goat. Kimberly Clark .......... 64% Union Tank ............. 43% tions."
old CerrMcCee .............. 36
and
Lawrence Road Boynton of the council the "Rural Property Advisory Kisslmmee Livestock Market, !%
as "a public hearing on the recommendations -. I United Fin ............... 29 Danger Recognized
Road Korvette ..... ............ 30
Beach %
near Boynton will be turned Committee" as an aid to the 286 cattle and calves.Cattlemen' .
amended budget" for the 1964- United Fruit .....,..,,... 21%
Beach.A Lear-Slegler ... .......... 13% Brazil "which has Just recognized -
to Florida local tax assessor. Livestock Auction
65 fiscal year scheduled to begin over ComptrollerRay I U.S. Inds ... .....,.,...., 10%
man was killed late Sunday May 1. Green for considerationin Turner said the council has Market (Lakeland), 553 cattle Llggette & Myers ........ 83 I U.S. Rubber ............. 514 the danger of communismand "
train collision in Litton Inds .............. 69'VtLone acted upon It, Admiral
night In a car-
had full of Mr. and calves.
City Manager C. R. Odom a new manual for county cooperation U.S. Steel...... ......... 57%
Dade He not Star Gas ............ 23% Penna Botto said, will soon
south County. was J. N. Aycocke, Director of Suwannee Valley Livestock
tax: assessors.The .......... .. 17%
said the budget is basically the Vendo ... ...
identified.Certificates. Loral Elec .....,......... 7% break diplomatic relations with
Immediately council was formed the Standards Division of theComptroller' Auction Market (Live Oak), 87 ........ 29%
Warner Lambert
same as was presented more P. Lorrillard .,.,........, 481/ communist Cuba.
in cattle and calves 568 hogs and
about for the Office the ;
a year ago purpose .......... ., 33%
than W All' Brake
month he
a However
ago. Madison Fd ..... ......... 19% The Soviet Union and Red
of of the guide.As .
studying present agricultural preparation ........... 34%
pointed out that some estimated pigs.Monticello Magnavox ................ 39% Westinghouse China the admiral told the Cu-
Of and soon as the guide is given Livestock Market,
assessing making .... .. ......... 30%
expenditures have been reduced Wlnn Dixie
suggestions. final approval by the membersof Inc., 128 cattle and calves; 311 arguardt ... ............ 11% ban., already have Intervenedin
..,., M
... %
to provide additionalmoney Wolworth .....,,.
.. .. Cuba and armed action there
.. .
Martin Marietta 13
and %
Lat Turner of Sarasota the council. Turner said, hogs pigs ,Xerox .......,......i.... 1514
Birth NeededFor for the capital outlay president of the Council cited representatives will meet with Mills Livestock Auction Mar- McKesson ................ 45% "will be democratic counter-ln-
Red ....... ........ 79%
Zenith
fund. "
several points of interest in Aycocke and Green to discussIt ket (Ocala), 594 cattle and Merk ..... ............... 130% terventlon.
The capital outlay fund orig. the guide.In and recommend Its adop calves; 343 hogs and pigs; 1goat. MMM ..... ............... 66% Admiral Penna Botto said
New Pupils inally called for $330,122 with assessment of citrus tion. Monti Ward .... ......... 39Nat Alfred Lions Brazil had been "in danger of
the major portion of this lands consideration would be Members of the Tax Councilare Okeechobee Livestock Market, Biscuit ... .......... '61Nat the same fate as Cuba but we
WINTER HAVEN Certified amount to go toward construction given more to tree value than Florida Citrus Mutual 1,771 cattle and calves; 1 horse; Can ........,....,..., 16% Elect TelfordALKE were saved at the last hour just
copies of birth certificates of a new civic center on land value. Higher depreciation Florida Farm Bureau Federation 14 sheep. Nat Dairy .....,.....,.... 74% as a communist revolution pre-
not hospital certificates will which work is supposed to begin also would be given to Florida Cattlemen's As- Mid.Florida Livestock Market Nat Fuel ........ ......... 34Nat ALFRED James pared by the government itsell

be mandatory for children beginning during the upcoming budget tree value since trees are not sociation. Florida Fruit and (Orlando), 398 cattle and calves; Gypsen .............. 48% Ttlford, Lake Alfred mayor, was to be launched."
Nat Tea .................. 1(
school the first time year. permanent. Old age depresses Vegetable Association Dairy 44 hogs and pigs.Cattlemen's % was elected president of the Republicans Seen
Also the amended Mohawk ....,. .,.,.. 51
budget ,
%
this fall said Dr. James F. production and aggravates Farmers Federation Florida Livestock Auction Lake Alfred Lions Club at The admiral added: "That
Cason, county health department will provide for recommendations production cost the guide Flower Association, Florida Market (Tampa), 540 cattle and Okla Gas ft Elec ......... 27% week's end; he succeeds Lee great victory In the largest
director, this weekend.He made by the Civil Serv points outAnother Nurserymen and Growers Association calves. Outboard Marine ........ 17% Johnson[ .
nation will have
American
urged parents to obtain ice Commission In regard to proposed change Florida Forestry Hardee County Livestock Auction Pac Gas ft Elec .......... 31% Other officersNorman: Latin In other

the certificates well ahead of longevity pay and extended va would value crop land from a Association Florida Cltru.Nurserymen' Market (Wauchula). ,325 Pan Am Sulphur......... 32 Boyle, first vice president; countries Intense! repercussions of the hemisphere,
school opening. cations for long-time city em- net rental approach Insteadof Association, cattle and calves. ,arke Davis ..,...... ... 30% Don Robinson, second vice I and will particularly Influence
Odom stated. Livestock Auction I Penney, J.C. ............ 52%
The County Health Department ployes. the present complicated Florida Citrus I Production Sumter County president; C. A. Wright third the Cuban situation strongly"
will supply certificatesfor Although the budget is more multiple crop cash coat and Managers Association Florida Market (Webster), 1(7 cat Pepsi Cola ............... 51% vice president; Tom Griffin The only American republics
children born In this county than $400,000 leu than the return formula. Citr 1 Production Credit As- tle and calves. Pfizer ....,.,,.......... 47% secretary; AI Rouse treasurer recognizing Castro are Brazil
for $1. Parents of children 1963-64 budget city taxes are Changes also are proposedfor sociation and Florida Councilof Phila Elec ............... 33% ; Vam Brian tail twister; 1 Bolivia, Uruguay Mexico and
born outside Florida should expected to remain at eight values of land depending Farmer Cooperatives VIOLENCE SUBSIDES Phillip Morris ........... 82% George Slemer assistant tad I Chile. Brazil is expected to sever
write to the vital statistics bureaus mills. upon proximity of hard surfaced Also cooperating In the tax SALISBURY Southern Rhodesia Phillips Pet .............. 50% twister; Sam Devito lion I relations
in the appropriate state When Odom presented the roads rather than 01a guide itudy have been the (AP) African violencein Phil ph. Dodge .. ... ....... 70% tamer; Boyd Hunnicut assistant
Also all required inoculations budget to commissioners, he front footage basis, with a Florida Extension Service the the wake of the banishmentof Proctor ft Gamble ..... ... 83% hop tamer; and direc-
must be had before said some revenues failed to simpler formula. Commissioner of Agriculture'soffice nationalist leader Joshua Pub Srv Elec" Gu ...... 75% ors, C. N. Long for one year The crest of Mount KilimanJaro -

school admittance said Dr, live up to expectations during Pasture appraisal Is based and the Property Owners Nkomo appeared to be subsiding Pure Oil...,............. 44% Hayes Luce and Oren Thomas I, thrusts more than three
Cason. the current budget year on practical ranch operation.. League of Polk County. today. i aybestos Man .......... 45% two years. I milts into the African sky,
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e LAKELAND LEDGER. {Civil Rights Disorders


'i.r' May Snarl Fair Traffic


; I| I! NEW YORK (AP-Plans for for the House-passed bill:
civil rights demonstration! on "We'll be hearing from people
t who will be disgusted and out
opening day of the World's Fall "

t Wednesday now reportedly In. raged..
'J don't think civil wrongs
elude a scheme 10 tie up most help the cause of civil rights"
of the city's transportation system : Humphrey added.
-subways, commuter train
Sen. Richard B. Russell D-
and highway travel.
... The "secret" plans reports Ga., quarterbacking forces opposed
to the bill, said in a -
separate For New Efficiency md
by newspapers today, could
} interview that its
,1ElEyISION play havoc with travel in a city passage Nsw Economy In Tko
under threat of violence and disobedience
I IIr Ir
of eight million swelled by thousands -
of fair vlsitori. "would put us in the Tex CdlicttVi Office,
category of ,a 'banana republic.
President Johnson, scheduled .* rieel . i j
9 I to be an opening-day visitor
may get caught\ the transporlatlon .
snarl, one civil- rights TIES ESTABLISHED GEO, t IC. ,NILUg,
leader said. I
TOKYO (AP)-Indonesia and
Tactics Considered I Communist North Korea have TAX .COLL CTQR

; ,Tactics reportedly being considered agreed to establish diplomatic
Include pulling emer- relations and exchange ambassadors -
a Pd. .... M*. W
gency cords on fair.bound Radio Pyongyang announced -
folk Count Cltlm.ni coma,
R, 2 4j 4ji trains Jamming ticket 'lines: today ___ roc O.orit K MUl..
without buying tickets-at fair
STORI ALMOST RIADY-Montgomery WeroV fabulous televliioit and, ".. depart entraces or picketing the gatesto
, to take shops as tho (rend, .,.,,''n. deto approaches. The daportmoftt will feature tho dissuade fair visitors\from
tolovbloit uti ond ecu k< seas on opening, day, Wodnoidoy ot ?i30 ..m. (Ledger Photo' entering. I WolfschmidfVodka
) Queens Dist. Atty Frank
3'Connor prepared to seek \a,
i ..--w,.._, ,w._ .. ,..,...,... I temporary restraining order today '-i
against any traffic snafu at,
the fairgrounds. He invite'
demonstration leaders to meet Genuine LU
STORE MANAGER-H. T, Doitor, rd"A with him today to discuss their
new Montgomery Word store opening In highway-Jam threat.As .
I tor hoi monoged Ward'i Lektland, itoro s f I Ip the reported demonstration

atom manager In Florida 27 ,..". Ha plans grew-from an auto stall- -
tho company on May 20.WASHINGTON. in on access roads to the fair
k to sit.ins, Jie-ins and the like on I
other major highways, bridgesand
In tunnels throughout the
I
!
city-reverberations sounded In
Congress. Former President rij
I Harry S. Truman said the stall-
Speaker 01 in would be "damn foolish 7 i vQD1 '

"They'll make a damn sight _
more enemies than friends by fiPint
Casts Rare doing a thing like this," said
I Truman who arrived In New
York Sunday to make a television virroiin cmL4co.mc.mwroMi> MAwno CiIIAI....rllOOf.PIIOOUCTCW U....
administra- - --------
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By FULTON LEWIS could film about --- -

WASHINGTONTheSpeaker -- MERCHANDISE MANAGER tion. tho ONE place to call for
of the House cast a NATIVE-G. C, CRIDIT MANAGER J. Adverse Effect Seen
-M. Krvihon A and I lieumerchandise
rare vote last week, one that .. of Lekelond, h M RavKhkolo, OH employe .f and of
m e n o e r withLoktland's Supporters opponents
scuttled an investigation of sible. ".. merchandise, g Montgomery Ward for the pest the civil rights bill in the Senate
bribes reportedly accepted by lokolond'l, now I Word : e Memorial w Montgomery year, will to credit manager of agreed that the public harass-
members ol could store loylevord. -
insists ., store, Garcia eke new Ward store here.Rouschkolk ment could have an adverse ef- MONEYt
fixing Congress immigration for. tion I Word for IS formerly Wit a feet on chances of passing the :
baking 'loon officer leglsla lion.
cases. .
Massa' \ the Said Sen. Hubert H. Hum.

chusetts JohnMcCormack. ,, r bers PreSchoolRoundup hrey, D-Mmn.. floor manager
nI He Here's golden opportunity to let cash double-!
I left the i rOI' Celler Set ' fast during Bencficlal'i Goldsn! Anniversary

trum to vote I for IF' Celebration Call up or come in for the cask you
no on a proposed At KathleenThe ',.Eled "
Joint far as ad want now . to clean up leftover bills or

l House Senate! me d Kathleen Elementary ; An for my good ruson. We like to say "YtsP
I probe of U.S. man School Pre-School Roundup for l
immigrationpolicy. LEWIS Ideas children who will be starting to
h 2d'M ElperlenceclMan BENEFICIALFINANCE
McCormack's vote that school In September, will beheld
made it 69-69, and the amend on Wednesday, from 9 a.m.
ment introduced by Ohio's : to 11 s,m. in the school lunch. SYSTEMLoans
Rep. Mike Feighan failed of joint room. Children starting t
up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
passage. j'r school In September must be
\ Feighan, chairman of the on years old on or before Jan. I 0I LAKELAND-Beneficial Finance, Co. of Lakeland
Joint Committee on Immigration it Is E 1963. I Morris Combee I Gr. Fl Arcade Bldg MUtuol 6.5105
\ and National Policy, had the t Parents ,should bring ,. WINTIR HAVIP4-B.neflclol'-finance Co. of Winter Haven
asked the House for $160,000to reve child's birth certificate and sec 'CONSTABLE DIST.: *?
finance a "full.scale, uninhibited days ord of immunizations. It is not Nan..I aeNraa1n 316 i W. Central Avenue
study and review of necessary to- bring the thUd t II Cankl V.ioM I I 7n4 floor, Phillips Professional' Bldg. CYpress 3-2175
.
Immigration policy." He noted In this / hl l. ae. : ,
registration. IBS). ttf HETtCIAL F1NANCB CO.Don't __
that such a sum had been requested
by President Johnsonin ers A&"l_ I

The his budget Ohio Democrat message a veteran locate' .MANAGER. .-., GER SERVICI- The STATION"' .".,., MANA.of the You Think It's Time For A Change?
of 22 years in Congress, has ". "' Montgomery Word service eta-
referred to press reports that talist ." Word lion I It R. C. D.MIII. DoMillo, a
,,,,, I".. .
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"big money fees" had gone to John was resident of Lakeland for 16 I
members of Congress for In. ", ."...r of the .
years, hoi boon oiioclotod with
troducing special legislation to dent of / St. Petersburg Montgomery, Word for thin put ELECT
prevent the deportation of set a Word employe .t. .
able gangsters aliens and other undesir he AND had , yoon.Russian I II I I Q. Quitman

FEIGHAN ALSO told the didate, Sub 1
House that he had personally Clifton ::
talked with Immigrants who record
had been charged exorbitantfees report Threat Cited !
for the right to enter the
United States and that "sev was :
eral cases Involved the pay. CANBERRA Australia (AP)
ment of extortion to Com Canal The Soviet submarine threat in U INN
munist regimes through (middlemen the: Pacific Is "real and quite J\"Q
) residing In the free erious," the U.S. Pacific
world." leet's anti-submarine warfare
McCormack opposed Pel- to pay ommander said today.
ghan's request for an investigation support Vice Adm., John T. Hayward'
as a favor to Emanuel their /warned that the Soviets "in the''
Celler, chairman of the House It not distant future" would be
Judiciary Committee. Celler, egularly deploying submarines Your' State Representative
whose committee also claims police.. articularly missile launchers, GROUP 2
jurisdiction over Immigrationmatters able oft Australia's coast as well II'merle.
had fought the Joint with .'..
probe. ,
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ILA r P
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The Brooklyn Democrathad when I II
in fact, last December charge
threatened a filibuster on the ii ,
I!
foreign aid bill if funds for The I
the joint committee were in been MANAGER-
cluded in the legislative appropriations ney .
", a Ward'i em- '
bill attached to and 0.", will be per m '40 WIN
that measure. that .. ot the. n.w'
Celler has Insisted there \is of .. She formerly
no need for a joint investigation S tat e a
arguing that Feighan means 4.. ot Mt..CI.", ."., I \\" WitQ. /

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I Marti'Luther One mV' "" a
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Nonviolence In I In u. \ al q a .a QUINNQUINN


TALLAHASSEE (AP-A Ne- gallon;

gro and white audience jam notion I i
and To
ming the IOOO'88at capacity ofa must ;

Negro church shouted and across
stamped as Dr. Martin Luther ol the I MARTINDRUG

King urged nonviolence In the
fight for racial desegreation. King IS: Polk County Needs
"Stay true to nonviolence," would
the Negro leader shouted above fore the University of Florida Graduate. '"
the roar of the crowd Sunday "You S LOWER TAXES.
I I II Ii
Active Air Force Reserve
night, "Or you will give the opposition jail . : YOUR Captain
2. ABOLISH THE MILK COMMISSION.
a way out of grappling to lose Member of Democratic Executive
with his conscience and amid said. i PRESCRIPTION Committee 3. MORE INDUSTRY IN POLK.
the violence he will lose sight I CENTER
4. MORE AID TO SENIOR CITIZENS.
that the issue I Is segregation." ing a Active Christian.

Pronged Attack Urged what for all Desire for Polk County to Prosper 5. PUBLIC STATE PARKS IN POLK.
King in Tallahassee to open a said. 6. LESS RECREATION & MORE
four-day workshop in nonviolent give up. : EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS.
demonstrations, urged a three- Ing I yourhealth
pronged attack upon racial bar \ ,I I needs! 7. BETTER ROADS.
riers': ly by ; MAt h 8. PROPER REPRESENTATION IN
"You must continue to affirm must I TALLAHASSEE FOR ALL.
the immorality of racial segre pressed. HILL
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Monarch Hails Polk Visit Haven Eyes ; .r !


$3 MillionIn iIII.gt 1


Calls Gardens A 'Paradise' BuildingWINTER !_ I




CYPRESS GARDENS way to Houston Texas wherehe to ,open the Jordanian Pavilion phate industry a Jordanian HAVEN City "T- ,II
"This Is certainly a Paradiseon will enjoy a stay, not at at the World's Fair enterprise and also a Polk building construction may
earth here" said the King Johnson's ranch but at the New York-then a final Junketto County enterprise, where 80 reach $3 Billyear's end I/I, STOCK MARKET FLASHES I I I.NEW

smiling. "I didn't realize ranch of a Johnson friend see the wonders of the far per cent of the world's phosphate according to
there was so much to see in John W. Macom. who has a American west."We're Is here. tor of building and zoning. -
produced-right .
The first half of hada YORK (AP-The stock Airlines up % at 50 on 2,600. 38% on 1,300 shares and International
central Florida I wish I April
; could
two-year concession on oil ex going to have trouble And that was Polk County'spart
market mixed In Standard Oil (New Jersey) Telephone at 59
booming 1312.208 In was moderately % on
stay longer he added wist building
ploration in Jordan a countryyet matching the relaxation and in entertaining a king eased 86
% at % on 2,600 shares 1,400
fully. permits and projections to the active trading at the opening
to develop its petroleum fun we had here today Duke seeking better understanding
Chrysler opened on 10,000 Pan American World
King Hussein I of Jordan told end of the month Indicate that Airwaysrose
possibilities.Then Pope yesterday. Some for the world he representsthe today.
shares off % at 48%. 1% to 78 on 4,000 shares
the first six-month total shouldbe
can really appreciate a watery the will talk also
fly east was Arab world.
party passed on phos- Changes of most key stocks
Unchanged were Royal Dutchat New York Central and
place of relaxation coming at least $1S million. WqJf Reynolds
from relatively dry country said with the fiscal year at were narrow. 42% on 2.900 shares and U.S. Tobacco dropped % each.

which contains the Dead Sea P.N... UjJII .- ..- IC&' ., half-way mark )April 30. At Opening blocks included: Anaconda steel at 57% on 2,500. Pennsylvania Railroad gained
the walled city of Jericho and week's end only $30,000 moreto oft % at 43 on 4,500'' International Harvester ad- y at 32% on 1,000 shares.
the fabled Sea of Galilee. go short of the $1S million vanced % to 71% on 1,100 shares On Friday the Associated
shares
Part of his reason for visiting srM mark was recorded. ; Studebaker unchanged;' Gaining % each Santa Fe Press average of 60 stocks rose

the United States is to Projects. Listed at 8 on 3,000; and American, opened at 28%. Bethlehem atOP 1/3 to 306.7, a new high.

plead for U.S. support in
Arab countries' claims to wa u Feeding the optimism are BLUE CHIPS .

'\. ter rights against Israel which .. .., uy two large apartment projectson
the and
drawing zoning -
wants to divert water from
the Jordan River system. boards:
Winter Haven Harbour, 62-
Unity Grows ' B IRiIETTSPEAKING. COURSE
unit Condominium on Spring .
After a year of bickering Lake is set for May cornerstone You SHOULD Wl4OISTNIS
e and some bloodshed the'Arab laying. It Is a four- APPTOYODrtfDKTFOUO CALLING;
countries are lately pulling together building complex. !

in unity against Zionist Florence Villa a 32.unit
nationalism and Hussein as apartment building is almost
spokesman for the Arab world ready for construction by I

has been trying to convince and M Corp, Tampa with A
President Johnson that, war construction permits about to <
or no war the Arabs plan togo Lie
rrt be Issued after a study by the
ahead with a counter- i- building department.Plans .. ......

version scheme.He call for a two-story
presented his ideas in a + concrete block building 192 by *

taped interview yesterday on 50 feet, fronting on Third II
TV-"Meet the Press" in- Street SW, and extending to
eluding a worry about the Palmetto Avenue and Avenue The Daily InvestorQ.
arms race In the Middle East. Q
(Both Israel and Egypt have
The Apartments 32
the atom bomb.) one- I have never owned any urlty and the Immediate sale
and will
The king hopes; he said two-bedroom. have stocks I have read a booklet of the security Into which that
balconies the entire
to inform the American people running NEW YORK describing arbitrage operations, security Is convertible. Or it can
of Arab intentions Including length of the second story. The STOCK EXCHANGE I have been thinking In large Involve the purchase of rightsor

return of Arab refugeesto city planning board approvedthe 11 a.m. terms on this subject. It occurs warrants and the Immediate
their homelands from forced project more than a year Price to me that, If a fellow could pup ale of the security that can be

exile in Israel. J' ago. Air Reduction ............. 58>j' chase 100 shares of stock on one obtained by exercising those

Hussein with his' peaceful Developments Planned Aldens ........ ... ........ 2991 stock exchange and immediately rights or warrants.
coexistence theories is knownas Most residential building In Allegheny Ludlum ......... 44j sell those 100 shares at a But even in that type of ar-

one of the stabilizing influences Q4r the past several years has not Allied Chem .............. 55 higher price on another stock Itraging, the expenses involved
.in the Middle East to Et.a been Included In city figures Allied Stores .............. 60 exchange he could make a nice would normally kill your profit.

said State Department protocol as residents have been forcedto Am Bosch ...... ...... ..... 1414' profit every day. Now a brokerage firm which
officer. Jay Rutherford, build In suburbs where Am Cyanamid ............ 63 who is accompanying him. homesltes are still available. Am Home Prd ........... 661% find out how to keep track of exchanges very often can ar-

"He's a hardworking diligent xF But two developments will Am Hospital ............. 23% different stock exchanges. Do bitrage successfully because
and Intelligent young swell the city residential total. Am Mach & Frdy ......, 191/1! you have any suggestions members of a stock exchange
monarch-modest and affable In the Northwest section one Am Metal\ Prd ........... 21% A. Just one. Forget about do not have to pay commissionswhen

-and an expert in aircraft ------ is west of Northgate Shopping Am Motor .. .............. 16% arbitraging. You may feel that they buy or sell securities
engineering and military log Center and the other Is at Am Res & Dev ............ 24% you are "thinking In large on the exchange.
"
istics. said Rutherford yesterday CRUISING DOWN THI 'RIVER' ON A SUNDAY AFTIRNOON one *f the Ge,4.,,', ..IHf i Haven Shores north of Lake Am Seating .............. NS terms." But, believe me, you Professional arbitragers hold

rrl* loot King Huutl, (for elghtI) Dick Pep Chftl l ) | Crewn Mn<. Heisen (the ki".', brerker) Howard Terrace. Street con- Am Tobacco .............. 35 would be a small fish In a big memberships on two or more

Aid Received "kin1 the king *t HII..I,,', right Jnic Sh......, Cypress Garden, .", ..1.,., who. ferher li front struction and sewer installa Am Tel & Tel ............142% pond. You could stock exchanges for Just that
Hussein who took the reins L. ...*., enjoy "1,1, cruh. T* the right rr h Jy lUtherfwd, State Depertmtitt pr.t*c.l.ffl. tion has already started in the Ampex .. ................. 17 ; get caught (with J ' purpose. But that leaves the

cf his government In 1952 <*r; end .t rr h Jerdenien Sgt.-Mejor Sulelme Mriuk, the kine/i ,*,.*,..1 tttendent.. (Ledger Shores development, which Aria Pub Ser .............. 35%, a big financial I! ". guy In the street (Including! you)
has since 1957 received some ,h.te by Hwgketl. because of land costs, will feat Armco Steel .............. 75% loss) In a hurry", out in the cold-as far as suet
J300 million in U.S. aid. He' u re upper incomebrackethomes. Atcha top ................. 28 -as mostspeculators essful arbitrage operations are

hopes on this Junket, that he All Refin ..........:..... 54ft arel ';' concerned.
has left Washington with at I 1Drall: Two school building programs Auto Can ..... ........... 14% caught sooner) ;) -
least a slight American under ,l :, al"L jJ! 7 .. gave an added boost to Avco .... .............j... 22% or later.
standing of the Arab cause. the April total: An addition to We had better I Q. 1 have read many dire
Beneficial ................ 49%
Hussein's tour since April Winter Haven High School will Beth Steel .............. 38% explain whatarbitrage statements' about the sorry slat
13, has taken him-besides in Vi Incorporate several special Blaw-Knox ................ NS Is of U S. Government fiscal affairs
Washington diplomatic circlesto classrooms and other facilities Basically It's a I I -this country's "balance of
Borg-Warner .............. 48%
a Dave Brubeck Jazz ball and Is now in full con Brunswick ......... .....,,, 11 technique taklnaadvanDOYLE of I payments" deficit" our "loss. of

sponsored by Johnson; to New struction. The cost was list Burlington .........,,...... NS I gold the possibilities" of "run-
York to confer with U.N. ed at sm.300. tage of differences In prices In away Inflation etc. Some col
City Burroughs u............. 28
Secretary-General U Thant; to Jewett High School has a. .. the same security.For umnlsts seem always to harp on
: .
i Cat Tractor'..: 7;, ,.., 11
Cape Kennedy Saturday to wX music department addition under ,. Celanese r....;..._...f.... (7 instance, If XYZ common)Ibis. I
study the U.S. lunar-Gemini j way.at $85,000 cost. stock is trading at $20 a share A word from you would go along
,3 Chemetron ................ 28U t '
stock exchange and $21 I toward reassuring
on one way me
space program; to State Department Ches & Ohio ............., 72 .
share different stock exchange (and ..then. I am ) that his
on a sure
Protocol Chief An- LivestockSales Chrysler ................. 48y I a
arbitrager might buy country Is not bankrupt
an
gier Blddle Duke's estate in Cln Gas & Elec ......... 26%
and 100 shares on the exchange on A. Because I am in the trade
Palm Beach; to Miami; Cities Ser ........,....... 694>!
and r
is read colum-
Gar. which It trading at $20 naturally many
yesterday to Cypress .r < Total Coca Cola ............... 127% shares the nists. I I
r ; sell 100 on exchangeon am reasonably sure I
dens.
he has winged his Colgate Pal .............. 43% which it is trading at $21. know those to whom you refer.
Today,
$453,352 Collins Rad .............. llfy He would have a profit of $100 They are good men. To the
Columbia Gas .........,.. 29'% ($1 a share) less expenses. That I test of my knowledge none of
7 Killed In torn Credit ............., 42 phrase "less expenses" provides hem has said this country Is"
WINTER HAVEN-A total of Con Edison ............. 86% he joker in the deck. Com mis- bankrupt They are sounding
r6i5i 7,180 cattle and calves; 1,830 Con Foods ............... 54% slon charges transfer taxes another d I warnings against what many
HighwayAccidenfs hogs and pigs; 2 goats; 1 horse; Consumer Pwr ........... 473% expenses normally more consider Irresponsible fiscal

4 ponies; and 14 sheep were sold Cent Oil ................. 66% than eat up that "profit. policies that have been In favor
at It Florida Livestock Auction Ctrl Data ................ 94% I Arbitrage can also Involve the, all too long with our Federal
Markets during the past week Corn Prds ............... 65% purchase of a convertible se government.
according to W, O Whittle Chief Crown Cork .............. 34%

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of Florida State Farmers' Mar Curttsa-Wrlght ........... 20 UI.m.Price.

"Accidental overtook kets Dr. Pepper .....,........ :34%

persons death on Florida's highways seven $453.3$2.42 Gross: receipts from 13 amounted markets. to Dresser Inds ............. 33% Rep Steel ................ 43%: Brazilian
DuPont ........... ......
261
during the 48 hours ending Sales reported for the week RJ. Reynolds ........... 42%
Sunday night 10 at 15 markets Eastman Kodac ......... 128% Rhod Sel Trust ........... 6%
One of the victims Mrs. Georgia __..... __" .._ _. __ T T -..-. __ ....- ending Included April 8,888 cattle and calves; Gamble Skgo ............ 97% R. C. Cola ............... 73% Asks Action
Ga Pac ........... ...... NS .
Gibson, 47-year-old North and 3 horses 19 Safeway Stores ......... 62
1,565 hogs pigs; ;
Miami housewife died in a Gen Elec ................ 86% Scott Paper ............ 36% Over CubaBy
freak accident. She was drivingher OM GREETS KINS-KI"* HUIMI I, nna.nh ef the Hihmlt Kingdom .( Jarden, Nike goats Individual market summaries Gen Foods ............... 90% Seaboard Air R ......... 46%
I Sassy mil *| k* 'liS h., r* the metrcd tkt will whisk, him t. Cypress Gerdtni. Gerdent owns, Gen Inst ................. 13%
15-year-old son to the beach included: Sears ..................... 10974Sinclair
when a surfboard protrudingfrom Dick ,*,. celebrated his 'tt" itrrhder vbh 11.1, *i but t* the king. Winter Arcadia State Livestock Market Gen Motors ... .....,..... 81% Oil .............. 45% THEODORE A. EDIGER
H..II M.,., Richer1 DentiUr) end Dick Jr. U.S. chief llddl Dyke directly Gen Tel & Elec ......... MIAMI CAP-A Brazilian ad.
the car struck a bridge Pope freer prerecel Angler 543 cattle and calves. 35% Socony ... ............... 71%
railing, whipped around and. ehmd King HuiMln.) Members *f the kl.! *'. ,rtllnu bring up the '**,. (Udger Pher Iy Rlchl.) Glades Livestock Auction Market Gen Time ....,........... 12% S.C. Elec Gas .......... 57 mlral who helped his country

-limit her neck. (Belle Glade), 276 cattle Gen Tire ................ 25 Southern ............,.,,. 56% oust President Joao Goulart
'TWOnendiecs; In an accident Bartow and calves. Gillette .................. 32% Sperry Rand ........,..., 174! calls for inter American military -

near Plymouth in Lake County. Tax Assessment Guide Bonifay State Livestock Mar. W R. Grace ............ 56% Spiegel.................. 33 action against Fidel Castro.

They were Jesse Tolbert, 43. ket 28 cattle and calves; 150 Great A & P Tea ........ 39% Std Oil Cal .............. 62% Admiral Carlos Penna Botto

and Nathaniel Willis both of Board Will hogs and pigs.Gainesville Greyhound ............... 58% Std Oil Ltd ............. 72% president of the Brazilian Anti-
Sorrento. For Farm Lands OfferedA Livestock Market, Grumman ................ 41% Std Oil N.J ............... 88% Communist Crusade told a Cuban

Willie James Freeman. 49, of Vote 887 cattle and calves; 358 hogs IBM ...................... 888 Sunray Oil ............... 30% exile rally Sunday night;
Miami was killed while crossinga Budget guide for tax assessmentof rather than experimental re- and pigs. Int Harvester ............ 71% Tenn Gas Trans ........ 22 "To eradicate the Slno-Sovlet

street In Miami. BARTOW-City Commissioners agricultural lands has been sults. The guide also Includesa Interstate Livestock Auction ]Int Mln & Chem .......... 72 Texaco ... ................ 77% beachhead from the Americas
Barry Diedolf. 21, of Cassel- are expected to adopt a $2- submitted to members of the suggested range In values Market (Seffner), 539 cattle and Int Paper ..... ........... 33U Texas Gulf Sul ....... .... 33% there Is necessary a new land-
berry was killed on State Road 532,913 budget during their per acres based on grasses calves; 4 ponies. ntTel&Tel ........... 59% Tidewater ......... .... ... 39% ing of military forces in Cuba
437-A near Apopka. Florida Agricultural Tax Council and conditions. Jay State Livestock Auction Jones ft Laughlin ......., 11% supported by the United States
.
meeting set for 7.30: o'clock to Union Oil ............. .. 794!
Frank Kowiniki. 72. of Lake nightTonight's for final approval. The guide also proposes formation Market 30 cattle and calves; 56 ,Kelsey Hayes ............ 35;% Union Pac .............. 41% and all the Latin American nations
Worth was killed Saturday at When in each of hogs and pigs: 1 goat. Kimberly Clark .......... 64% ."
meeting ls billedas accepted by the members county a Union Tank ............. 43%
McGee ... ...........
Kerr 36
Lawrence Road and old Boynton "a public hearing on the of the council the recommendations . "Rural Property Advisory Kissimmee Livestock Market, % United Fin ............... 29 Danger Recognized
Korvette ......... ........ 30
Beach Road near Boynton Committee" aid the 286 cattle and calves.Cattlemen's %
be to
amended budget" for the 1964- will turned as an United Fruit ............. 21%
Lear-Siegler ............. 13 Brazil "which has Just recog
Beach. 65 fiscal year scheduled to begin over to Florida Comptroller local tax assessor Livestock Auction % U.S. Inds ................ 10%
nized the of communismand
& ........ 83 danger
A man was killed late Sunday May 1. Ray Green for considerationin Turner said the council has Market (Lakeland), 553 cattle Llggette Myers U.S. Rubber ............. 51% "
Litton Inds ..,...,....... 69 acted upon It, Admiral
%
night In a car-train collision in had full of Mr.J. and calves.
City Manager C R. Odom a new manual for countytax cooperation U.S. Steel ................ 57%
Lone Star Gas ............ 23% Penna Botto said will soon
south Dade County. He was not Suwannee Valley Livestock
N. Director of
said the Is the sasessors.The Aycocke Vendo ................... "HWarnerLambert
budget basically
Loral Elec ............... 73P. break diplomatic relations with
Immediately identified.Certificates; council was formed the Standards Division of theComptroller' Auction Market (Live Oak), 87 ........ 29%
same as was presented more Lorrillard ............. 4811 communist Cuba.
about a for the Office, In the cattle and calves; 568 hogs and . . 35
year ago purpose Brake ..... . %
W. Air
than month However he
a Union and Red
ago. Soviet
Madison Fd .. ......... ., 19% The
of studying present agricultural preparation of the guide.As ............ :34%
pointed out that some estimated pigs.Monticello Magnavox ................ 39% Westinghouse China, the admiral told the Cubans
Livestock Market
Of and the guide is given
assessing making soon as Wlnn Dixie ............... 30%
have been
expenditures re Marguardt ............... 11 already have intervenedin
final approval by the membersof Inc., 126 cattle and calves; 311 %
suggestions.Lat Wolworth ................ M%
duced additional
to provide armed action there
Martin Marietta .......... 18 Cuba and
Turner of the council. Turner said, hogs and pigs. % '
Sarasota. ............. 95'/4
Xerox ... ...
Birth NeededFor money for the capital outlay Mills Livestock Auction Mar. McKesson ................ 45% "will' be democratic counter-in
president of the Council cited representatives will meet with !
Zenith Rad ............... W'/S "
fund. several points of Interest in Aycocke and Green to discussit ket (Ocala), 594 cattle and Merk ......... ........ ... 130 tervention.
The capital outlay fund originally the guide. and recommend its adop- calves; :343 hogs and pigs; 1 MMM .................... 66% Admiral Penna Botto said
New PupilsWINTER called for 1330,122 with In assessment of citrus goat. Montg Ward ............. ,39 Alfred Lions Brazil had been "in danger of

the major portion of this lands, consideration would be tion.Members of the Tax Councilare Okeechobee Livestock Market, Nat Biscuit .............. ei the same fate as Cuba but we

HAVEN Certified amount to go toward construction given more to tree value than Florida Citrus Mutual, 1,771 cattle and calves; 1 horse; Nat Can .................. 16% Elect TelfordALKE were saved at the last hour Justas
of civic ................ communist revolution
copies of birth certificates a new center on land value. Higher depreciation Florida Farm Bureau Federa 14 sheep. Nat Dairy 74% a pre-
begin .... ....... .... the itself
work 34
not hospital certificates will which is supposed to also would be given to tion Florida Cattlemen's Association Mid Florida Livestock Market Nat Fuel ALFRED James pared by government
be mandatory for children be- during the upcoming budget tree value since trees are not Florida Fruit and (Orlando), 398 cattle and calves; Nat Gypsen .............. 48% Telford Lake Alfred mayor, was to be launched."
..... ..........
Nat Tea . 16
year. Old 44 hogs and pigs.Cattlemen's % of the Seen
ginning school the first time permanent. age depresses Vegetable Association Dairy was elected president Republicans
Nia-Mohawk ............. 51
Also the amended budget %
and Florida Livestock Auction Club atweek's
this fall, said Dr. James F. production aggravates Farmers Federation Lake Alfred Lions The admiral added: "That
will provide for recommendations Florida Market (Tampa), 540 cattle and Okla Gas ft Elec ......... 27% Lee
Cason, county health depart- production cost, the guide Flower Association. end; he succeeds great victory in the largest
Serv Outboard Marine ..... ... 17
made the Civil %
by and Growers calves
ment director, this weekend. points outAnother Nurserymen Association Johnson. nation will have
Latin American
Pac Gas ft Elec ........., 31
ice Commission in regard to Hardee County Livestock Au- %
He urged parents to obtain proposed change Florida Fprestry Other officers: Norman intense repercussions In other
the certificates well ahead of longevity pay and extended vacations would value crop land from a Association. Florida Citrus ction Market (Wauchula), ,325 Pan' Am Sulphur......... 32 Boyle first vice president, countries of the hemisphere,
school opening. for long-time city em- net rental approach Instead Nurserymen's Association, cattle and calves. Parke Davis .........., 30% Don Robinson, second vice and will particularly influencethe
The County Health Department ployes Odom stated. of the present complicated Florida Citrus I Production Sumter.County Livestock Au- Penney' J.C. ............ 52% president; C. A. Wright, third Cuban situation strongly."
will supply certificates Although the budget Is more multiple crop cash cost and Managers Association Florida ction Market (Webster), 197 cat Pepsi Cola ............... 51% vice president; Tom Griffin The only American republics
for children born In this county than $400.000 less than the return formula. Cur Production Credit Association tle and calves Pfizer ................... 47% secretary; AI Rouse treasurer recognizing Castro are Brazil.

for II. Parents of children 1983-64 budget, city taxes are Changes also are proposedfor and Florida Councilof Phils Elec ..., ........... 33% ; Vam Brian tail twister; Bolivia Uruguay Mexico and
born outside Florida should expected to'remain at eight values of land dependingupon Farmer Cooperatives. VIOLENCE SUBSIDES Phillip Morris ........... 12'/ George Slemer assistant tailwlster Chile. Brazil is expected to sever
write to the vital statistics bureaus mills. proximity of hard sur Also cooperating In the tax SALISBURY. Southern Rhodesia Phillips\ Pet .............. 50% ; Sam Devito lion relations
in the appropriate states. When Odom presented the faced roads rather than on a guide itudy have been the (AP) African violencein hllphs Dodge ............ 70'',$ tamer; Boyd Hunnicut as-
Also all required Inoculations budget to commissioners he front footage basis, with a Florida Extension Service the the wake of the banishmentof Proctor & Gamble ........ 83% sistant Hop tamer; and directors .
must be had before said some revenues failed to simpler formula. Commissioner of Agriculture's nationalist leader Joshua Pub Srv Elec ft Gas ....., 7514 : C. N Long for one year I The crest of Mount Kilimanjaro

school admittance said Dr. live up to expectations during Pasture appraisal is based office and the Property Owners Nkomo appeared to be subsiding Pure Oil ................. 44% Hayes Luce and Oren Thomas, j II thrusts more than three

Cason. the current budget year. on practical ranch operation, League of Polk County. today. Raybestos Man .......... 45% two years. [miles into the African sky.

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FRED W. JONES 1 ra By JACK SLAYTON

Fishing-Hunting Editor Ledger Sport Editor

For some weeks now F. E Dasher LOPEZ FIELD TAMPA It's baseball time againin
with the Ledger circulation department, W D. Sperry (both Monday. April 20, It" S the Class A Florida State League. And the Lakeland
) and I have been
planning a ",ood" fishing trip. For lome weeks we all had Tigers and Tampa Tarpons will kick off the '64 season

been letting business Interfere with our usual one day a week here tonight at 7:30: in the season's opener for both

trips, and this trip was planned to make for lost time. teams
At first we had planned to go to the Keys up where none of AMERICAN LEAGUE ROUNDUP Tomorrow night, the two teams will play at Lake

us had been for some yean, but the time limit-we had land's Henley Field at 7:30: p.m. with President Joe

three day-fmally ruled that out we'd have to spend only too Tastes DifferentFor u Ryan setting a single price for all seats in the stadium.
much of our time driving : Also free tickets are available' from Lakeland merchants

So we ended up by changing the trip to Sebastian Inlet, a J ._Details can be__obtained by contacting. the clubat

.over on the east coast between the Indian its Henley Field office.
River and the
.
Atlantic. This area Is good, In season for Ryan of Miami purchased back the team again this summer
such
game species Berra HintonBy Play Ball hive installed Al Federoffas
u bluefish, redfish (channel bass) the rlub from Howard Roth
pompano, snook, big troutspotted of St. Petersburg last Decem manager, Last year's man
TAMPS -- 'JJJ' Leh'I U4 Tiger Minoftr Al) Fd.r.N Uft, cKtckt avtr loif. her George weaver, general ager, Gail Henley, is currently
.
ce'14 ....... SAYnw i'q T."n... .; i+nraw..rwr II.. t.. 1114 ..... JOE REICHLER Orlando Pena mimita a'araili; with G.o. .... .. piloting Duluth of the Class A
....... .,- '." ....... ..t.. U JI.II ...... a/1 .., ...../... permitted only W. ", aMlitanr the ,rtiia'tnt, manager here In 1(60 will be
.. FJ 4 Associated Press Sports Writer two hits-triples to Don Blasin- the Tif... prepared ft thtif ." "Of tonight In Tampa'i leper fiaMaiamit the assistant to the president Northern League,

( weakfish), etc. It Is really an excellent fishing area Rookie Manager Yogi Beers I game and Ed Brinkman-In the .... T..,..... The tw'. dubs will play hire tanterrow In the and promotional director Federoff will use Icfthanded

for surf. Inlet, or flat fishing, depending on whether you fish finally tasted the fruits of victory ram-shortened first game of at laktlaad. panar.. (Larger_Photo by Hugh). _The Detroit Tigers, who__will! rookie Gene Voss_ .tonight against
from the beach in as the New York Yankees I -- the Tarpons with Jim Brown,
the
inlet itself
or inside in the river
on ..
the Hats. won their first game of the season r' '" ass who hurled here last summer
'v+ +
Sunday after three straight Birds On Roost y ti beal before a sore arm sidelined him,
So, we all took off all cocked and primed for some three extra-inning defeats. WMN! twirling in Lakeland tomorrow,

days of real fishing. But, as you fishermen know, those three A fellow with an entirely different 15 a.N.d r. Roy Renfro will be the catcher
dajs (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) were all very windy. taste in his mouth today A'ICAN LIAOUINin. .s Three of the starting infielders

In fact, the wind blew steadily out of the east (the worst must be Chuck Hinton, brilliant .. ... .. .. ,, .. 4 L.I 500 0-/. played here last summer: Don
direction for fishing) all day and all but erratic Mnn_t. ..... .. 4 .u 4.. at first Lannie Carrier
Washington outfielder Pepper ,
night long at a considerable O.T.OIT ......" 1 .soes
force. and the goat of a M l defeat -,, .. ...... .7 .sin I Ya. + at second and Rufus Anderson
L_ 1..1. ...... .. 1.101 a. A w
The result was that we saw as few fishermen at the inlet i by Kansas City. CIMd Cal.' .,. .::::::'.: .1 I s :/o. 5"" .a at shortstop Barrie Williamson,
as we've ever seen-and we've been fishing that inlet off and i After .catching Jim Gentile's ".,.. cow. ... .. I I .717 I promising rookie, will be the
. .. .
on for more than 35 years The reason for the scarcity of ly with one out and the hoses W..hes.n Nw V.fk I I :2(6 717 IW 7th: third baseman. The outfield Is

fishermen, of course, was the scarcity of fish! full In the fifth inning, Chuck IUNOAYI HHULTt all new with John Faher, Bill
. .. .
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INN V rk S .I.
S. Voss relation Gene and
But we stuck it headed for the dugout, thinkingit ChNa.. 0, .. no to ,
out .t.
the n
on theory that it would be bad
as "...... C, ., W..Mn. .
was the third out. Nelson tf ti I (I Iim IdKn. Jim Mlali! patrolling the outer
else. .., ..
anywhere ,
And ud a.
sticking it out, produced, as It must aa55.l
some fish. We ended up by catching snook, bluefish whiting,, Mathews scored from third endEd .M...... ....*.!.*...11.t.I.C'ht....,..,..I.1..iin). ., area
ladyfish, jacks and flounder. Charles from second as TODAY'S OASIS This year the league will playa
Hinton trotted toward the dugout CI,.., .. eIN55.M (Pd). 140-game slate Last year It
To you experienced fishermen this won't sound too bad Nw Y..5 .. 5..55 (II,
ball in hand. on17 sam? ,.h.dul.d. was 128 games.
for snook and bluefish are noted for both their excellent fight. Manager Gil Hodges, who I

ing and eating qualities, and Jacks and ladyfish If rot noted frowns on sleeping on the ball GO GO!

for their eating qualities, are rated as tops in'gameness on the field, replaced Hinton In leftfield scheduled doubleheader, Kansas

end of a line. with Ken Hunt in the next City's first victory of the season

Flounder Saves The Trip inning Joe Pepitone drove in two ,

But the truth of the matter Is that we brought home only The Yankees handed Baltimore runs with his first hits of the MMr

'two snook, one bluefish and one whiting. We had quite a bit ks first defeat in five season as Bud Daley becamethe

of fun landing a dozen or so ladyfish and jacks but they don't games, 5-3, but the Orioles retained first Yankee pitcher to posta
their hold on first place: triumph. Pepitone, who had
help fill icebox and SEASON
your on
a three-day trip one does expectto
as the second.place Minnesota failed to hit in 14 times at bat
bring home a few fish to eat!
Twins split a doubleheader with singled home Mickey Mantle OPENS
So, it was the flounder that saved the trip for
us-a specieswe
with what turned out to be the
Detroit The Twins the
won SADII HAWKINS" DAYr-firimoclnj with effort thaio Olympic'
hopefuls from the
charge
hadn't caught or fished for In and itarf.
years years. These are and doubled In
bottom fish and generally are caught by using bait on bottomor second opener 31 12 3. and Detroit took the Tom winning Tresh run, ,Is, Lisa ,In the flrli 100-yard. dash, an added ..."t Saturday. at the Kansas. Rdayt' ,In Lawrtnta, Kan. TOMORROW

are occasionally hooked more or less by accident, on jigs Janall, Smith, unattached" sprinter from Fradanla, Ken., and. a wlnnar In lost ys,'s ralayi, won the NIGHT
worked directly on bottom. Boston Blanked .....t U the lima of 1 11.0. Other ranntri shown are, left to righti Janice! Rmehart, linen Track Clubs

They do not put up much of a fight in the usual weightsone The Chicago White| Sox I SmithJill McGuIre, Topeka Coimo Club' Sue $che...,...., T.... Track Club and Sandra Herring,
blanked Boston 60. A scheduled Bascba/fSoftha// ton, Kernel City Jeti. (A* Wirephotal .
to two pounds. The reason they are sought by some ,doubleheader between Los An. 11 RACES

fishermen Is their excellent eating qualities-among the beat eles and the Indians In Clwe-
,; ,Games Tonight, 8:10 P.M.
But when Bill Sperry, disgusted with the fishing, worked land was postponed because of NATIONAL LEAGUE ROUNDUP'Frisco's
his sinking (52-M) Mirr-0-Lure very slowly In to the sandy ain. j

beach to watch its action, and had a flounder weighing about .
LaatLANS ors' LIAOUS
Sunday's defeat was the ...... ,..,... N.t'.1 ...... .... Featuring20th
eight or nine pounds grab It and take off, we all started ex fourth In six games for the !Senators .4J M.rb.t, J.h. C.. N.. ., SII
perimenting with that "bottom crawling action." but it is doubtful any of w.,...Miller... TM(M...r...w.Univtra r.. I..n C.p.N. .N.John. d1, 'Mays'Sizzles

And the results were most gratifying. We all caught good I II the previous losses rankled c.7*:4I N.....m. W.(".......Lw. v.. IMCJohn .
. -. -....... _...... ANNUALSARASOTA
flounders-running from 3 to 8 pounds. All Hodges more He had vowed the c. N. 'S.Ow A
in
I were caught ......,.. 4Mn C.. .... U Arm.u' w.
the mouth when they grabbed the plugs while they were Senators would cut down their Y-C, 41111 CM N.. s.

"crawling" along the sandy bottom in the shallows in close I mental mistakes. *.4t ..m MIOYIIA. V.nkM _LIAOUI C.r...B.l., M..
to shore. And since they were in these comparatively large "We made too many fund ,' ilu akleoMMiaciAk. ttowriTtMt In AprilBy INAUGURAL

mental mistakes last he ... ... ....
sizes, they put up what one could call at least respectable I year, Ind.vnbrN. e' 55,5 c.
III M ruNs v. anw l T.I.M.s.
fights I said In spring training "Too CM ,... a, '

Other fishermen, seeing our results, asked and watched many times we gave the opposition .. (milk coMMmeiAL n. 1'1......... C.. M.. I, MURRAY CIIASS the New York Mets stojipe 1Mays smashed his tptest'
It's job to ... '.. ... .. ,.. . Associated .. Daily
I another run. my Press WrIter for
T * C*> N* > Sports Pittsburgh their first victory
the lures we were using, hoping for similar catches. But W....,.. -.,... J.._ y.. 45 At.... homer in the eighth Inning
see that w, don't 'make the 1,........"".__,. vs. ,",..1CH"ItCM r_1.. Willie fizzled after four defeats, Philadelphia Double
none had the patience, or belief, In the Ilew'lcdon and worked same mistakes this year" e.w. ,Mays ;never so i against the Reds. His two-ru
trounced
Chicago 8 1
theirs too fast, and none caught fish. Hinton can comfprt himself In ':4 ( S....aLOWIIITCIt" ": .t" much even in his stickball day behind the hitting of rookie! single in the Giants' nine run J.2 J i'
., C..NI.w
The trip proved what we've written many times before 1 the knowledge that Joe DiMag L. 0 .1.1.N ...tl N.LeaNN. 7.I on the teaming streets of New sixth helped put the game beyond RACESQuINIILAS
( It to experiment, and to try everything think .It '"55. .dNN..d .... P5. M.tft. Cincinnati's reach He led
pays you can of, I gio was once guilty of a similar ...... O.nd N.. I' {O.MIrd. 5Lrn5rkw York.
no matter how "radical" it seems! I boner. N.. .. New Whiz Kids off the Inning with a walk.
is hotter
...KATAYN.LUI, - ...._MAJO.Wl..d. M._._..._._"_..._ M Right now. Mays The Dodgers. who haten'twon : EACH
C .5 r.N. than hustler 'In' the hall
a pool I since Sandy koufix beat SACS
"ATHLIIN 55505 s, th.
.. .... 11.11 and ...... ... A..I.lld "'H.
"1. 070 rm of New York. NATIONAL 15A0Ytw St Louis In the lost
.. opener
Leafs Favored Dixie Boys League .1.Mrhal' Nrd.a.rh.ApT L."ILAND........ ...ao..,_., "LIAOUI.n 5'.. The San Francisco slugge, sMIAal.hl., : : .' Pot..,0e =. when Felipe Alou singled and MATINEES
,N,, 1 ...m., at ....-.... r.,5. socked his home a. r.n0.a : ::::. ads Ed Mathews doubled him home
I slx.th run in 55. 5..l
I Begins TonightLakeland' six games Sunday and drove In Cln.nn.ll rrllq.rh .. ::::,::: i : ::5 I ICh f"M.I. in the 12th Don Drysdale 2:00: P.M.
To Retain CupTORONTO ......w ...... .'0" i1.1N pitched perfect ball until the
McPhailBoykinLeads three runs for a total of 13 In ,u1[. 1Y.rM ::: : II ADO sixth and kept the Braves hitless -
: :::: :
Dixie Boys League baseball program gets the Giants' 13-6 romp over Cin New.. A..v., . .. a .11,700L. 1475UNOAY'a through 6 1-3 innings. At WEDNESDAYFRIDAY
(AP-The strong under way tonight at 8 o'clock at John Cox No. 4 diamond Boys Loop cinnatl His three hits increased that point Hank Aaron Ignited a AND

finishing Toronto Maple Leafs replete with a mayor and officials his batting average to( 391. .... ...... .. P.5, 050,5 IIULT/h e. wo.run rally with a double SATURDAYSTART

were heavy favorites today to Team pictures will be taken prior to the opening Foodtown Grocery and Me i The skyrocketing start is the M.I.rhod.l.h.,...,.1,1,L.Ch..Anv.... '1., a (IJ I". Los Angeles, now In the cellar -

retain the Stanley Cup after ceremonies and Immediately afterwards In the area next Phail.Boykm were double winners best for the 32-year-old tinier n''I.au a.......... n. Olnol..n.t! .. has scored only two runs in
E In the East Lakeland Boys fielder since he joined the K L.u., S. H'u"n /. the last 23 Inning. WEDNESDAY
Stadium and
blitzing the Detroit Red Wings to Bryant right behind John Cox No. <4< diamond i TOD.Y"{ 0AM'
In he also
Baseball 1951 the
Giants
League ,
All teams playing In the first games are requestedto year rhIdO.hl I. at N.. v.ra.Co..55 .
Saturday night and squaring the be there by 5:45: p.m. so their team photos may betaken Foodtown's (2.2)) two victories started playing stickball with s5. ........,5 N.o.5..., Pr.(N'"0'._. CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONING
final playoff series the j came at the expense of Moose the kids In Harlem, / 5,5.S' 'i.:1.H.Allen -
prior to ceremonies. Immediately afterwards ..
Toronto's 4-2 come.from-be all other team photos will be taken. (1.3), 75, In 10 innings and "I've had higher batting averages 0n1v 5,55 !
hind victory at Detroit evened Averetts; ((1.3), 85 early in the season, but IN BOTH LOBBIESOF
In opening games Florida National Bank will play Richie and St. Louis
all around like this
'
the best-of-seven series at two Vicks nothing
In other TV
B&J Market on John Cox No. ), Ewell Engineering plays games, "I whipped Houston 61 as Bob GRANDSTANDSAND
said after the
games apiece. The fifth game (1-3) lost to Moose, 11-1, Mc. days game.
Miller Hardware at John Cox No, 4 and Gibson hurled a four-Mtter .........,
will be played here Tuesday, the ; Florida Tile PhailBoykin (40) knocked Superior can't explain- It. I'm not even[ __vd, rN. Adv. v. CLUBHOUSE
sixth at Detroit on Thursday. Is paired against Universal Food on John Cox No 5. Paving (3-1) out of first going to try, I'm just happy I'm

The seventh-if necessary-will The baseball program U for boys in the 10-12 age place, 6-1, Superior Paving deck laying the way I'm playing Ladies Admitted

be at Toronto on Saturday, group I ed Vicks TV, '.1, and McPhail. Better Than Bums

Coach Punch Imlach used his ...._._m__ m__ __n Boykin whipped Averetts, 6-2. Mays, In fact, has a better r JAMES L.RODEN Free Thursdays
Leafs like shock troops Saturday
record than the Los Angelei
as he Juggled his lines five NICKLAUS SECOND AT HOUSTON The world
Dodgers as a team SARASOTAKENNEL
times in the opening am minutesof
champions have hit four horn-
play to throw the Detroit de- and have scored 13 In
Souchak Breaks ers runs
fense off stride The Leafs dominated Drought compiling their worst start CLUB
( play throughout the first
since arriving In Los Angelesin 1
period with Detroit having an 1918. / I I
edge in the second, which ended HOUSTON (AP) The PGA up, took over first place In the berger, the young Californian The Dodgers 'dropped their Bradenton Rood

2.2. golf tour has its 18th champion 1964 money race from the idle who tied the Sharpstown com- fifth straight game Sunday, los- Between 301 b' 41

in at many tournaments and Arnold Palmer. I petitive course record 61 on Saturday tog J-J to Milwaukee in 12 in-
SUNDAT TADS' has a new leading money winner
.ATTINO.-Will,* M..... Sail eras.el for 1964 Souchak's one-stroke decision ings. Elsewhere In the 1 league -

.'d..* added.,ant*,..h.l. ..kw....n.tH"
PU'C.n..n.1N". MtSd ,IH.n .. .... enM d"t..d .. I and his second Houston Classic par-broke his own victory I Warriors Will Be
.
.
Toughersaid
Nw v.
5
.NTCN.N0-a/... ev u. N5 ",... ...... ... ands',championship Sunday and Jack drought that extended back to I
....... .u5 ... N .... M... ..........',.Nicklaus, with $4,000 as runner-
the
Ptla, ?" ___ew 555" 'tnt .IC_ Greensboro Open In 1961.Nicklaus .
In his third near BOSTON (AP) Alex Han- Celtic Tommy Heinnohn

miss at Houston In as many num San Francisco Warriorf "I feel the Warriors weren't on
Netters
FSC Golfers
I years, bogeyed the 17th hole ol coach, says his team will be their game Saturday because

the final round to miss a tie,,, much tougher tonight. The Celtics they weren't hitting from
Close Season Tomorrow but his second.place earning I agree outside I'm sure they'll be
for his 78-6W8-71-279 boosted I I But Bill Russell and his Boston sharper"

Florida I Southern College's Southern's net team notchedits his 1964 tournament Income to I mates remain a 10.point fa-,

golf and tennis aggregations fourth victory of he season ,$34,150, compared to Palmer I vorite to make it two straight
$33,48823 over Wilt Chamberlain and company GREYHOUND
close out their 64 schedule tomorrow defeats last
when the Mac linksters compared to eight I Souchak and Nicklaus began I in the best-0f.seven final

host Hanover College of Han- Wednesday when it took a hard I the final round on the 7,233-yard I I series of the National Basketball IIlmJlrII

over Ind. at the Cleveland fought S-4 decision from Florida 'par-71 Sharpstown Country Club, Association playoffs.

Heights Country Club while the Presbyterian on the FSC courts course with identical 208s. The! The Celtics beat San Francisco ,

setters travel to St. Petersburgto A win would give Coach Jim deadlock "was' not broken with I 108-96 Saturday night

encounter Florida Presbyterian Bush's young setters a surpris- finality until Nicklaus twoputted . opening their bid for t sixth

College. I ingly good season after having from It feet for a bogey four. straight world title and seventh LAST DAY NEW ASSOCIATES HOME

The golf match will get under encountered such strong opposition on the 195-yard, par 3 17th hole. in eight years.

way at I p,m. while the net as Duke, Davidson, Souchak, 36, credited rest "We'll be ready this time- TODAYMATINEE
action begins at 3 p,m. Georgia Tech and Rollins. with improving his game much tougher," Hannum said IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLANenables
Southern's golf team goes Larry Hale, FSC's only senior, "I've improved each week "We were tired and not aggressive

against Hanover with a 4-4 record will be playing his last match since I started Ignoring golf on in the opener. And rrmem. ad..a you to remodel, landscape and modernize now I g
In dual match competition. for the Mocs Hale has won 11 Mondays and Tuesdays two, ber, that was only the first of a

Highlight of the season for out of 12 singles matches at the ,months ago," he said. seven-game series. Why wait for the Improvements your home person Your request' large or small, win

Coach Hal Waters' linksteif No. 1 position. Chi Chi Rodriguez finished "It's been our pattern all season needs now? Associates Home Improvement be handled promptly-in strictest confi

was a sixth place finish at the Coach Hal Waters has named third with a 280 worth $3,300. Whenever we played a bad Financing Plan will provide the money you dence. Write or telephone the Associates

rugged Miami I Invitational the following lineup for the Han- Receiving $2,600 at 281 were game we always came back NIGHT need todayl I The AsHorlato* offer "Look. office near you for an appointment. Over

Tournament In Coral Gables. over tilt No. 1, Grover Math- two Texans, Rex Baster Jr. with-a good one." Ahead Borrowing" plans for any responsible 600 offices in the U. S. and Canada.
Eighteen colleges and universities ! eney; No 2, Don RIChard.; No and Butch Baird and Al Gel. "San Francisco has got to be RACING

competed In the annual 3, Dave Grimes; No.4. Dick tougher In this second game"

Miami tournament. The Schlamel.; NoS, John Eames; a.WIIICIND T". "_"rioaysIlwotoN P_ A Financing Plan For Cvtrr AW
defeated such and No. 6 Bud .
FSC golfers Hersey n.. c,,_.., .w.J.w..w.NN......... 5,......,I.rYe....... FHA VA ASSOCIATESFINANCE
teams at Illinois State, Northwestern Starting lineup for Coach Jim ,17t4S._1.._....Na U. ....,nd ...1" ,.,... MORTGAGE LOANS ER' ;Y I ,L
Slate and 'Bush will be No. 1, Larry Hale; w ght btN.
Michigan : M.L_.... A1r0.. MNN."nM, I INC.
Georgia Tech as Grover Math- No.2, Roger Levine; No.3, wts"5M 4w MNNI, ...... M.._ 'IRtT MRTGAGE0fIORIDA 4 ,
LANE
from Panama, Steve Blake No. 4. Joe Coch- ItTO"r0--/ua...... I.. e5.e5.I ;: : 1
freshman ; 4S ....
eney .... MU
M .. .... M.u.... .. > lit t 233 S. An. LAKELAND..MU 6.7129FISHING.
field No 5 Dave Watson and a..,.. tmvici 11 ova : Kentucky ,
finished seventh out of a I onour: ; .CUO"A. I...n 0..55. ..
,, .. rl..w. A PETIRSIU' ;
of 114 golfers. No. I, Rick Cranks haw, j .' ",. .wb..NI. u. .....,.. N".N ,I $ ,



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10 LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, April 20, 1M4
A JET PLANE FLIES IPM THIS HAPPENS =
WHY DO YOU STAND OVER HERE AT 4'.SO: 0 EVERY DAY GUM
WORRY CLINIC ON THIS CORNER EVeRY AFTERNOON



Wife El / HERE IT ) w
( COMES NOlV/ L

A New Day

r

By George W. Crone, ads



CASE S-U3: Tina G.? aged THEY
36, Is the wife whose husband ed "and
suggested wife-swapping. night : i
"Dr. Crane" she added "is when the t FIND eONETHIG OH-MR, RAYEIoN RIFLES! NOT ON THE BEACH I SHOUP ) BUT WHAT IS
this degenerate practice a new they let me eeACH, IN AM UNPERWATER CAVE- RETORT IT" J THERE TO REPORT
idea that has She pANAIALWAY MOc5 PC! IH THAT fSEf.CWHATJS -TO OIANAP I IJ Iii
been InventedIn of the '' (N TO
1
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modern band had wrtEifEVERy I
America?" and fell .I I
No. It It not r on the ti I I

unusual nor bits When tl yr < I
first cousin the door )
namely wife A" So he rIt !
stealing a donkey L
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The Bible de their
scribes several Then ,
cases but the divided ar II I

worst sex bones rl I II
crime In all DR. CRANEthe sent her
1 1J 1i
history of the Hebrewn Is Israel." i
outlined In Chapter 19 of the More

Book of Judges. ,.. .,- Ycv: M.e PlsdrUSTIN SAND 'i6t) LOOK REPULSIVE, WORSB, it6AD
;; ,
For a certain Levite who L i-' REPI.IL.SI a L MID V60 ACT REPOSIVEj I Ia Ir. A
was of the tribe that furnishedthe TtoNexm J I ris COME
\ priests In the Temple tooka Tb 7HATAHYE6.
young wife. Binny alert "The fl4dl.," III a puisdy

But she must have become "Th Whittier," ... "Th. Jack Barmy I ,
unduly homesick for she finally I I : ,.11I., EST) .11 the CBS Til*, ;
ran away and headed b,ck : ri
to her father's house. I

AFTER FOUR months her
husband came after her. And i_
By THE
the Bible says he spoke to her

in friendly words to coax her .. ,,
Today is
-. . -,. .
..
to return home with him. the lllth 4MYER

Her father seemed to be in 255 days The

agreement, but he first insisted Today's :
on celebrating with a On this GETTItI A
BARGAIN
feast. Then he repeated the Carnegie Stars ..YERCHANGE
process for he didn't want hi..on.in.law the THERETOM ;
to leave. Peace at IImpel

But finally the Levite took t
his young wife and Insisted = 1 r
they must go home even On this ,
though It was rather late in In 1775
the day to make their departure the siege
t
By Carroll Righter
In 1897, .
Soon the sun began to set. equipped ,
"a
i'. That meant they must leek justion
shelter lest wandering bandsof Simon Lake.In oT 1 '

thieves should capture and 1889, -- 1 ,to
even kill them. born. 1984 day. Let nothing discourage
The Levite's servant suggested In 1914 you. .
they turn Into the alien :
city of Jebus. striking can SAGITTARIUS (November
militia-
But the Levite Insisted on Massacre"- J no- 22 to December 21) You have Dying NBC Anthology
keeping on till they reached a low, Colo that been anxious to please others aw I
city belonging to one of the In 1945 you for some time and have followed Presents Good Showday
12 tribes of Israel so they did. Army aid their ideas almost dutifully -
AND THE SUN went down grati Realize that it Is up to
upon them when they reached center of do you to lead now. You have had By CYNTHIA LOwRYAP night's: was a happy excep.
t Gibeah .'(city of the tribe of you sufficient experience. Television-Radio Writer tion. It had pace, style and evena

!, Benjamin.It from NEW YORK (AP) Walter point of view,
In those Ten years CAPRICORN (December 22 Matthews
was customary to was a middle-aged
days for the stranger to' be of the them. to January 20) You have been widower worried about his Lucille Ball and Bob Hope
offered hospitality and lodge Jersey April altogether too practical in the work shut out of his children' who enjoy performing together
" ing by any resident who met flee In those past and now is the time to busy lives-a desperately lone had an hour's romp on CBS

him.But Five better concentrate on principle more. ly man. Sunday night a comedy that by
nobody Invited the leI tionary plot and This will I Increase success One evening after a p.rtlcu- almost any standard was both
1 vita and his wife to have dinner ma Avoid taking any further risks larly disturbing and frustratingday corny and old hat

I ; or spend the night with the PARTT"u neg. AQUARIUS (January 21 to he mistook poison for a They played Bonnie and Bill
Finally an old farmer came lerina "
to- headache remedy. Helpleaa'anbelieving Mrs. America, the
February 19) Those who
admire dnation's
t Into the town from tending his and her he was dying he most-popular television
should be contacted
you
I fields and graciously Insisted Arias viewed the events of the day- couple. After trading wise
today for moral financial
I that they spend the night in his er of the ( May support need.or Be his last-only to find the eventshe cracks and making fun of Madison -
. humble home. One you helpful
year
, more Avenue
advertising
thought important really agencymen
with their projects too. Be
But even as they were have of Jordan
(
if Introduced
with were not and wishing that he they a plot,
honest
ing their dinner a band of signed after and practical people had handled about every human -sorta. They weren't really married .
wild young sexual'perverts of manded and you grow. !P ,contact differently at all-loathed each otherin
the city pounced on the door union of PISCES (February 20 to That Was Plot fact-and then their sponsor
demanded the old 5t 5ir
They man ordered them to have
you March 20)) By allying your. a babyto
That In the
turn the Levite over to them essence was plot lift their sagging
self with some Influential rating.
for homosexual orgies but he person of Sunday night's NBC drama,
All this would have been
you will both gain from "A' Day Like pret
Today
refused. June Sn an original
: ty in almost other
gruesome
another
one Your talents any
area
Instead he pushed the Le.vite' ) a useful script by Stanley R. Green hands. Happily both Miss
commodity, as It
wife out the door and part burg. It was a most Interesting Ball and Hope knowledgeable
are

were. Be cooperative and pretty
you hour, well acted and
left her to the mercies of these Imaginatively about .
results com yde Hepo
LONDON get fine produced
"sons of Belial (devil) as the edgeable about comedy. Hope
Bible describes them. beth II with IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN I Art Carney played the shy'can deliver/ a funny line effect.

Prince TODAY, there is a natural colorless Matthews with per ively even when the viewer can
DRIVE-IN THEATRES Louis. 22 stubborn streak in this nature ception. He suggested the empty see him reading it from an off-
(
'he would which Is an asset since this existence of a long-msrrled camera prompter.
OPEN 6:30-SHOW 7130: Edward.. giv so-called man who missed the
one-track mind can compass Recommended tonight: "The
Tenlghf'i' Th. NicheT.Ge0.0T.AM.YLt! I Edward Is focus Itself upon making mon PRICI' CELEBRITY PANELIST Ann Sarh.m, will be tonship of his wife and one Outer Limits" ABC 7:30-8:30
queen's so ey and the richt channel in ctltbrlty M".l'i. ." "The Price li Ritlit" May I (ABC-TV, ': th'l ached for him In his tentative EST "Production and Decayof
Windsor. the life can be found early. The 10 .m., EDT). Sill Cull** li had efforts to find a life-in his children Strange Particles" way out
2 FIRST RUN HITS1 spokesman Con fields of banking or business and finally with his secretary ,science fiction.
\whether out simplified according to the ...-.....---....----
r B named for modem trend would be Ideal 'Ben Casey' Will Try NBC's "Show of the Week"l, .
ward VIII. 21) and education, ethical trainIng anthology series which dies at I
should be the end of this season has been I
TON ITI TOMORROW slanted along
AT 7130 sad 11100"SUPERB I to- .such lines.Jewish. Comeback Next SeasonBy plagued by script troubles. Sun- I Q)

steps 1

e ;:: In-. BOB THOMASAP especially since his deal with Turkish Student I .
I
Congress
Movie-Television Writer
-Lif.Map+t nr. Bmg Crosby Productions allows I
I oth- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Can him time off for films. After a Ignores Ills !
I/JIlJJf i i Warns Of DangerTo 'Ben Casey" make it back to brief New York vacation he ; I"-

Jf ( Sep- the upper reaches of television plans to work through the season Gets I i IRAN I
I ) ad audience ratings? Vince Edwards so he can make a movie DiplomaTALLAHASSEE
THE ILlES, I II your SeparationMIAMI thinks so. this fall. It will likely be "Th.OI..e" {I AIRLINE I
help "I'U pull a Casslus Clay" for producer Sam (AP) A 43-1(

PLUS-At ,.:to ONLVI Best I BEACH (AP) The says the grim-faced medico. "I Spiegel.! year-old Turkish student who I!
PASSENGER AGENT I
In American Jewish suffered three heart attacks In
ALBERT FINNEY Congress was predict we're going to whup |PRESERVATIONIST
fTAH Or ACADEMY 0 r e on record today as saying that 'em." the past two weeks got up Saturday 1
"TOM JONES" Columbia current efforts to amend the Casey got whupped In the ratings Freak Accident from a sick bed so that*'I TICKET AGENT I

lacliodprr.rnUu : Oc U.S. constitution to allow religious this season thanks to a he could Florida get his State college University.diplom.1from I STATION AGENT

141\\\' It a practices In the public disastrous In its second network season maneuver"BenCasey" Kills WomanMIAMI All Kaygi who was to under.I I HOSTESS 1

h i I pals schools were a "threat to reli,. was second only to the go a three-hour heart operation 1 SECRETARY, etc.
Ideal ious freedom and BEACH (AP-A Ml. Sunday said he didn't want MIX ASS .1
separation of "Beverly Hillbillies. WOMN. WNw5.
;
ARAI)< to sofas the day that he had. in* .f r ,felt.... ....
0undyMotninU; church,,and state i ami woman was killed instantly *ni. n) tti* ... t* tram fa>rrt
._
Ben Bested 'worked toward for two |I. A** a..I with *"
years. ....
A resolution to that effect was: Saturday when a surfboard n A/.w. |nts> **t05 WM 1
those adopted before the' So why not. thought the ABC Kaygi. a teacher at the Gal H, li.< ftU. .l Airln .rM,_. .*'*'
- among iart sticking out the window of her ..... .. ...._
minds pit our againstthe asaray Llsel in Istanbul finished 35.1. 1. ,0.
ADULT INTSIIT.INMSN"Ll group ended its national biennial surgeon :I. .... 5.. ,..... 51. .t
No- convention here Sunday. CBS combiners? car struck a bridge railing the last two yeah of his study *.. ...&.,.. 5..0 __. Hem* .n.1
ex In other resolutions, the congress I "Ben Casey" skidded from swung around and hit her head for a degree under a foreign aid I| .ftaltfrtaM."..... Ati tel.nt Atrlm. ...h.**.>l TrsliAm( ... M*.it*
I t/ L.YN.M *
I a
-1"'1 M Q. great urged prompt enactmentof No. 2 to 56th in the audience Mrs. Georgia Gibson 47, was 1 program . .: :

T mta and TuiidoyFlftt the federal civil rights bill poll. taking her 13-year-old son, Bill
AIM Showing What I and voiced strong opposition to' "I knew It was a mistake and three of his friends to the
all\ federal aid for parochial I from the start. I fought against
AT7.35A5550JAM55: wonderfultime .... schools I it, but I got nowhere" Edwards beach for surfing when the bi-
MASON' IN Dr. Joachim Prinz of Newark.' said. larre accident occurred. Her
MOIEYJust
"TORPEDO BAY" N.J., was re-elected president j' "It was tough enough to face neck was broken.

ALSO AT Ida ONLYSTIWANT for a and Shad Polier New York,the top comedy show. The pres- ,
lawyer was re elected chair dent's superintendent
O* NOI* IN awlslike assassination made it
"COMMANDO"liiBiBf i man of the National Governing didn't
even worse. People wantto
His! ) Council with Morris Michelsonof look at dramatic shows; they tion Co, was working in West tell us how much you need to pay

Sh.*iItIO Boston--as co-chairman.- needed comedy. Palm Beach at the time and did old bills, for home improvements, car
At "The admission of error on not learn of his wife's death un-
I the part of the network Is apparent til his retuia to Uuml three repairs, for all! your seasonal expenses.
1:10 i : SURETY In shifted backto Phone for
TtnlfKt Tui our Monday night
ADULT INTIIIT.NMI--;; 1 BONDED I time. When Mrs. Gibson was killed
9:10 TEXMITI LOANS UP TO $600
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MA TG run INSPECTION shows. 1 further predict that we : town haltARRIVES
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.caomy...... imtv,Acto n -Oaualat"nun" r" 1 BURKE TOX-EOL Rise or fall Edwards is committed MADRID (AP) Paul H. Lakeland
1 SYSTEM to fourth and fifth se.J J Nitze I'.S. secretary of the
With ..ul .......... 1 . 1rrrrrrrrrR 106 tt I. Main St. dons I IL with "Ben Casey." He I navy, arrived in Madrid today 209 East Lemon Street Ground Floor . .MU 7183 ,
Ii seems content with his fate. I for a two-day visit to Spain.

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DEAR ABBY... Ii; 1'OU SEEN 4bUC
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DEAR ABBY I am a college freshman While I was In a church as long as she doesn't wear white. What do you 1 MAESTRO.? EES 24 HOURS

home for Easter vacation, my mother asked me to take out think? Thank you 14 THBMOSTLIFKLIK8 LATERrT '
% ARRIVES a 6Rd4N N!!
the 17-year-old daughter of
tome friends who had Just movedto "FOURTEEN"DEAR
--a GODDESS OPLOVE" IN ALY TNrf ONE
our town. She told me the girl had a great personality FOURTEEN: 1 can't think of a better place for t A YOU CAREFUL!! FEEL5AGiM

and was real sharp. Not having any special girl I thought them to be married. EVER CREATE.1?; 1T50NLY MADE FRAGILE ASOFFRJItilL

"Why not?" Well I took this girl out and I practically had to 11 STEVE

beat her off. She didn't want to go anywhere. AU she wantedto DEAR ABBY: Please tell the mother whose children fight .. ORCs4IDSII! REEVES:!

do was park. She told me a couple of jokes that were over doing the dishes until she finally chases them out of =

dirtier than those I would tell a fellow. She wu so fast I the kitchen and does them herself that I have solved that

honestly couldn't control her. I never took her out again. My problem. 1 had a son and daughter who were given the

mother asked me what was wrong with her and I .said chore of doing the supper dishes. They would alternate wash. S

"Nothing I have studying to do." I know when I get home tag and drying Oh, they squabbled too so I politely told

this summer I'll have this girl shoved at me again. I can't them that since they couldn't get along with each other on 1/1

tell my parents what kind of girl\ she Is. What excuse canI the same chore, one was to do them all by himself one night dyl is PRI:10 Ile / i

use? Her folks and mine are a constant foursome and the other was to do them all by herself the next night

FUTURE FARMER AT DAVIS until they learned to work- In harmony. It worked.

MRS. E. M. D. IN CLOVIS LOOK. I DEMONSTRATED SOU KNEW THIS MOON DICK'lfR!
DEAR FARMERi Tell your parents that as a future farmer IT AS I WOULD 10 ANY MAID WAS SMART STILL CETTING QUTCfCQN'qp
you plan to do a lot of digging. But you just don't dig that while AND YOU SHOWED MOON CHILD YOU WOULD HAVE YOU SHOWED HER HOW ITISN
used
DEAR ABBY: When our children to quarrel
girl! MAID HOWTP ELY THE DONE THE SAME. TO R.V AWAV- r LIKE A7U.LI'11 .
doing;dishes together, we allowed the one who did NOT start C SRACE t7OUPE? WITH MY SO'?. t.

the quarrel to walk out, leaving the one who started the

quarrel to finish the Job alone. wh I

DEAR ABBY: My mother doesn't think my big brother FATHER OF FOUR

and his girl friend should get married In church Just because DEAR FATHER: How did you ever manage that The i// I

they Jumped the gun a little bit and she is going to have a granddaddy of all quarrels usually results when one tries to

baby. I can't see anything wrong with theIr getting married _determine WHO started the quarrel In the first place. %' R t0 L4 1


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    would not take the Initiative in Klorldo, pul.ll. Mlo of a !>"< The Washington bell wW be Didier said the beating apparently /

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    fltlotii S.",. "1.1111.. R.ctloo In the County of Polk, 1 1 T I Me, McCoy lloofkOI and Sheet MetalIMA Near rift, 11 ml. .1260 I 113IOrai0t parks Instilled For free estImate ..n. . efur S:30WE .

    115,m, Kloiida puatute*rkU8i ll!I Stale of Florida. to-wlt 1.IS SI OS II 49 SI '70 S I >0 Wnt Olive. MO 1-3113 H.'.a. .37. WI.r call Cliff I:0. 111 l.rl M.i FWAHCE Tour credit J lc

    rIi.r' with th* th. Block P. Lot 13 J. T Jlornevii 130 J40 110 loO.blS ALL TYPES routine repaired .r MO 104 Lew u MO dew*. SuarAlasUasd

    Cnunt Plrcult Point. in and fir Polk: let Add Section 30 21.2S (I.7'10 40 00.21 ISO 105026Jo It KCLASKinin replaced, Repair luaranUedRooflnc I. $3.75 PER HOUR ..Ur C.r SM-IHIS.

    ". Horlda., upon receipt ol Townahlp 21 Mouth Halite 24 PACI RATMSI C DISacI c*. .aw.3. INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY t.'TI....PI" e.moiot.l I' '13 FORBTBE Super SO
    ; proof of th* niiblltatlnn of 6:00 to 8 00 IIG
    P.
    thli: hOteL : M.
    ;
    with I
    notl.. 3* per Mluaia lackAAS8IP1KD Iron-arm aillec. radle. Dual U. .
    e. the .
    flplltlnna name. to wit:: "h. awecament. of aalj fH'np.rtyIInd.r 24 Plcwtsr-Stucco ... *6W and 111 JO paIn' MU 2.1711COMET .
    HALIKNOHt OIL, COMPANY aald certificate leaned .... DUPLAT RATS Attract* house lady lor p461k Home delleerr .
    under ..hll'" I am enaaaed In bnel' In the name of Mlaalon Helahta. (1 :M per ,eeluma lack SIll. Watferd t. 'bn. *. 'II four silt ttatla

    neaa at 1'47 New lannia High Inc. I'nice* the ..afd rertlfltatt Contract Rate. Dpea ..._, PLA8TERINO, PATCHING ...I relitloa .0'1 with Mtabllahed retable "auo.ID.AUCION .'.'.. 'Uc. radio and beater
    way in eelllnM Alteration tad addition Florida Nearly Air conditioned.Far .
    the city of lakeland hall b. redeemed a coord In. telaw tdrporatloa Its Hing "
    1d Pre* MtlmclM lleeieed JeSt T*" Car Start sun-las funds ace ..1 low mile.Fereea .
    th* property deacrthed there WANT AD DEADLINE an. MU S4S3S.BUSINESS. a".r Apply Trate I wnoblil .t .0adl'
    credit
    ntTH N. BALLE.VQER In will be poll to lbs bidder PicaS .. ca
    Owner hlghenl WORD aDs L. 244 North Florida Tuet.day "doa 0 1n.l.n' F Only ace low ouch down Maalmuealealha

    4 April Jli.I at th* Courthoiiae dnnr on f ubll.at!.* etealng. S am. tharp, Apr Blow EAEIOINOR . . 7,30 30 le.e than) 140 monthlyPhone .
    the filet Monday in the month n-I, D.. Deadline SERVICE .
    U-95J May 1944. which I ii lbs 4th day Monday. 11 00 AM BaturdayToeiday 21, 18.4.OPC. anll paId Qu.rtrl, We P. .2.1.
    ky r
    f 105 PLYMOUTH 4-door. .. junk
    of Vav. 144 4 30 F M MondayWedneidav.

    NOTICE or APPLICATION Dated this 15lh day of March(8bAL ,. 4:30 P M. TueMlayThU"d430 30 hasty ParlorsCLAItA'1 CLERI. ... 29 t* 31 INSURED IAI'by. s V.,, JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCION er Eic.llenl and ear Weekdcn
    I.... .. sod Saturdan uoill noI
    tccarat
    FOR TAX DIED ) D If SLOAN JR. FM WednesdayFriday with Ii gur.s: .d.hare CENTER West Beacoa Road ...- .
    (Scrtat Bill N.. 11') BEAUTY: Salon eampleMeuty .. .1 abIlIty 110 PLUC'rllA7lOlt
    Nolle I. hereby given bit U Clerk of haCIis.uI I 30 F M ThunadapSaturdep. _.1... hair airline. bell t* meat public heur wet., FEES 8 .SacS 2111.

    B Slppt, holder of Tu: C.rllfl. ( Court nf 12 110 Noon FridaySunday lorlnc. pencananla. Oak AvenKaUileen. .u.In paid.. vwatlon. flnl hea. INVaT".T 188 FORD ,.lr.** llo irey.
    Polk County ..10rld.U.U' Clara Oarlaad. f. Reply la own *. HAWAIIAN V-S ,radle
    rut* No, 80 opted th* lit dv 430 FM. PeldupDISPLAY IIU l.un.t .1.nll. .1
    Jun A D. 1ISI. h r'n 1-otI7a. l ln, phone lumber. te L"o ( per .1. wills. 4.1000 only
    mi filed Mint I Iplication ADS P.102.PERMANENT, 0 .n. .
    ' B. FIRST FEDERAL Cettoa al ..d maiera $4.5 from ewaer. 7421341after
    "
    ) Ofric and haa IIIO an ap IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Monday 1100 ..... SaturdayTuesday ololo. ca
    Wall- al.. Flood .
    prlcee
    I
    for a too deed 36 lewnmswtn POSITION IsiS I. Ct
    to h TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 12 00 Moo klondayWadeadlP9 ft ServkREFAIIta ,
    leaned thereon: sold certlflratembrace. : POLK COUNTY FLORIDA, THE hisS .ll., bOla product o.w. .a hararn.PuIuOu P. MUST BEU. 1540 Pn coupe

    thi following: dearrllie I Iproperty IN CHANCERY 110 .. Monday : ON all mate Kwnraow rom Intelllitnt hard o.. sIrs and edced Preaeal ataeludea New battery and t..ln. n.fr. .
    SAVINGSAND 10 Candy NI.nho.
    In Ih. County of Polk.. C... N,. II2 7 I1ock.t.O ThuridayANNOUNCEMENTS eel and mall ... ... Free ...Uroo.ln. lii aaleiladu Ina.lo. or la. < and SOI .tlo .. MU '-20.
    1 .
    I 00 F M TueidayFrldty In * .
    8iat of Unrl.l.. to...it: Page No. .ESCLA1flIA ...... ** Oahle AuU, 603-4131 to..1 C.I Sundeyi. O .III.L. 1MO FORD Falrlan Oood eoo.dllol .
    : CrIN Lot a Witt ]< Ft of ROSS, S 00 F M W.dne>day Ileetrle. 10S Norm Fiend AT., for appnlaUnantIKCRriARY '..rt. Dade City Hwy ... ,., cleaa S cylinder. lS.
    k't 91! IS Ft, Palter- PlHlntlff Saturday. 12 00 Noon ThuridaySunday Pnene KD '':IOt. CMC ihorUiaoOeneral LOAN ASSN. North of In 4 US Plateau Aveaae Call .
    enn Coo Sub. Section II. -,. 100 F 81 ThuridayThe office dSttao. Dr .IM t.11 .
    Ca.bi.
    )
    ECHOES: : LAWN 07.
    Town. Mower Repairrotary laiD FURISITORS and eppllisa
    hip M South Rani 211h KIND iMumtni r pi>ii *. Paid
    :..L MARRY ROMS, Ledcer will act be r* and reel lice, hides .. .Iblll.,. ben.. ,.. Unbal.tolo. 'u,. IMS CNTIN'NTAL. .18..1
    .... Pefendant ponilole for more lIla one harpened. SIS Slathers Avonu68J.U44 .lo OF H 101 Baream Ml.Ua. . ,
    .moot of Mid propotIndor NOTICE TO DEFEND Incorrect uuertwaTHE Applr Florida Oae Com pur. LKELND .., .l Morttt at Olbusnis.ISV Roo.. .otti....b.Includlnl. hU
    ..Id certificate lamiad ..'..: IU South Florida Annut. .
    TUB
    tTtIK .
    OK ILOItlUA TO:: FM radi Freaeel mar.
    In' ii-. nam of Haiti* MAl Mill,, I'he above named defendant. UKtlANO LEDGER 37 Mattress SFAC'TICIAO4. ito Yr'S Downtown ._ 1430.FR Ud.ll II.200, Sacrifice for Im.mediate .
    I nlee. the Mid certificate ihill Itredeemed . Harry Roaa, TELEPHONE I.n.fltll| BIOI .,. ... Wnl5e SALE one commercial aIr sale, .".. Fboa
    acrordlnc to 'law the """b"" realdenr In unknown, M-in. La eUnd tedc J On-ni Parkl Cryatal Lit. trlneat .ndiln.r. one sods tounta
    property dearrlhed therein will b. You OF MU 6-1151 MATTRESS RSr'OVATINO I. MoaduwbousO one .1 .**. We buy and n-Il 1..10. _
    are hereby notified that a I
    amid to Its hlRheet htilde at th.: ill day eerviee Ate Mattreea Company DOt anythIng Boulevard Tradi 1MJ PONTIAC Catalloa. FawerleerlBc
    for
    divorce
    Courtl-oiiae bee been filerequired Phone MU WF W t VirginiaWHITE . krekee. eu Una tic,
    door on the riiit Mon. 2-4UMI In.i P.1 131 _, I power
    naninet In Ih. ..be.nll1ld
    I you Mr. Monlaomery, 2IM
    In ReaMnable
    \ rtav the month of May. W4whlrh Iniurancfuallfy
    Ih.\ SEWING machine III
    n.
    n-un.: and her.hy cewle
    you are
    I I. th* 4ih day of Maj 1'14 49 Wills. CAN 6 New Tampa Hichway.
    l.. aerv a ropy of s.."r .lIIps button heler Inrludid 131 /
    Hatd thli 25th day of ilarct,. nawer. or other written" defei.. r IAn DRIVERC see 31 10 45 mar maul, 1042 Sharon Drive MM FORD Oalaale Hew ca con.
    14(4. ..
    I SEAL) n II. upon K M Knliht plaintiff atnrnev LIT MONTOOMERT: Ward. drIll ASSURE foe Slu.000/520.600-S5.tOO ELECTROLUX '(21. lateit mod. dtlO.I Power, bt. power .t.
    .LOAN, JRlerk I whop -, your well sad inilall Iniuranc lor low h.. a coodltlone.
    ( . iiidreaa I. P O BUSINESSYOU'RE o.e.mr La.bll. u .new cuarenue Take aver p*, .il MO Jf
    I : Itor th Box 714 lakeland, Florida. on nr yitem. Cp t* IS mISuSe I* pay i . SR.31 Flllaca for a*.I lent! Klertrelui Corp IM-15OI ,0
    < Ir. Court "r before th* lith day of May. An. 4 lISt and Found 1'1100. MU S-SI02 YOU of a good steady In, .,'rale without Inniruc. Senior tolls COMET R.h WMo.. Very
    ._ day
    Polk County Honda HIM and before : ome if devote Drlvcra .a with eaiypay OK VACUUM cleaner Cord i.d- .e.
    V.UI or Immedlalelhcreafler you can Rlo 005-4211. nlahta
    0 plaru. in tool rack. all ettecrunon, HIJn.

    th* above tq,atyled fits with Court the the CI.rkor nrlgiml tonY. .anl: CAT Saw coilS Child'1110k.. pot. OtiwOlI. 1nqul.: EMPLOYMENT hours a day. Write P. 0Box Sout* Florida' Avtnue A.one.U3 phosen.o.all. mutt erll Us MU S tal muir.Ills II MV OIdst.lksaew. 1.1

    NOTICC TO CMEOITOMS of paId anawer or acId wrltte. 41 7 Houth TenneueeFOUND 1395 Lakeland or cal KEN MORE DELUXE: automat II-JiJ
    IN THI COUNTY JUDOIS dot",...., If any. 52 Help WoiHtd"IOOKKEFPER I ( hwaaher 10 tlrael' 17Chlldi 'I PR. V-S automatic. power
    LADIwnintaatob Inwn'nwn 682-137, r'.U" :I .. brakea. radio and
    If fall do lire true
    COURT to decree
    IN AND FOR you *o lure Likeland" atort Cal L 6 Mortgagst I
    POLK COUNTY, FLOPtlOA onfeaao will he entered agalna 1 burnnale. WOorllawn <7.1409 : : TYPIST a..r'. .. Mt-7041 beater Moot null. I37S. Caa k*
    from 14I
    IN M: MrATfc: OKnOBrRf .nu fur Ihe relief demanded In the .n<.I I, full time live temnlitadelaula. BOY BUILD cell. refinance FHA ON' .rtep carrier Call .eon Mond.-.tl., 711WMI
    IEAM Lakeland Cycle Company
    : H. HOPKINSUeteaned= Complaint local reference*. Write S4 I Hilp Wonted Malt and .A uortcacea. Pint Uorfe I"U .
    I \M'I';Nh; : S my hand and offlcla' Bo. M.8I Lakeland LedcerTUDEWTS lace Corp *f PoIIe SOS S. Florid .JI. Memorial

    To AM Creditor and Paraona Hay. neal .., offlie I at liartow. Polk 605. MO 3.. INOER: ZIO las. like new. Titus M2 VOLtWAOE.unroof. II.

    I Inn CIAII1'! or Demand Aialnat cottnty. )Florida tHe Ith day or AFTER See the "Business wonen. lull or TEACHERS part time = rEIl.11. AND. .P.o eontrol Mlek :ver some Ml".,D.nl II 3.337OR meaUily, ka. ooo .no" 1 II,too.
    Oppor Bruce-
    A.
    Bald L.taU' : April, D l'i4D drill and coHfnetfe raIn and eer- .Ipful MU 11411MUST
    You, and each irs here II. R1XDAV. JR ntun h..... tl huur Scholar TrmIni.. 221 P. ... HORTICULTURE SALE Hndweevlnclooi BELL 195. Plymouth full
    hy notified to IrIXod . ale all I lerk ('IK'ult Court tunities" ads In today's MM. awarded Walklni Product.. four harneai" foal treadle Weevp racy III power peck New paint.posSen ,
    I \ claim* and demand whkr yon (SFAL! ) By Mvlnn A. Hurv'ItDeputy IH-9IO efler T P Id. ,. WRITS MALE 11 atoms : fsrtlllisr Soil to 31 wide .material. lorh. blue Radio neater, white

    hove agullint the suitail 0' Itoh.rl Clerk for the best ant., Theoi Mt .Pr 7 Fisd.. ,vorplng freme AIM r..or'h .jewall urea liH KA S'2087Mulberry .
    paper buys.S huII. ,
    I II. 1-tot.kln. 1 ee.gio d. In 1k. or.I s.auIN MA CITYEMPLOYMENT !GROUND and yarni oa rujlnal eon. Florida _
    fI... of Itkhard A. Brnnaon, Coi.. TWO MEN PT.k. od meoy pattern and Initracllo il BU1CK private. .U
    oil
    S- '
    t>' Juilne at hi. office In the THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF WANED Pal omal.. MU& UI 1.'a All.forufJ ,. prl' efWrite Wale.SIlO.; Sob "ulm."* I' '

    Court lloui at Rartow. t'lorlda, THE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF .P..tan .spn-ioe fur 33. Florida one paint bl. whit 2440
    I within all nl.ndHr innntra from FLORIDA IN AND FOR 2 mci 0' uP' CLEAN: PHOSPHATE sand f.rI..D Weed loih ...

    Mann 30 1:11.: Khlih i la the date FOLK COUNTY, IN CHANCERY .Ion ..,or.m, 11 1 ou .. dot Ala land and dirt for fill Beats Motor.
    of lbs fll.at publication of thlannllie C..* Ne. 11233Deckct maklni 1150 po week BarbS we I Devil MTJ a-30TS: 9 Supplies 117 Avtomobllot Wasted

    . t-H.h> tlalm or demnnd U Fag No 217THP1 Pinonal Notice 208 ARCADE BLDG. hays! what 'al looklni for GROUND FIAT: U cubic yard atrd I
    lull at he In wiltingmuat HOLTHEFU.ANn: Pltaae brini Oaorwilem It'll you . I.. 30 H' InbM. mold hull '
    clati .1 Feal Company 4211.akelaad : WANTED ClEAN .r. 5SMsdsl.
    fur the InUryle ,owly 5505 .0.151- 1'
    th tl arsotre.4,1.1w. I'ANY, a HnrMa Apply 106 rl..r.l.d
    and i'nrpor.llon'A Rlllc aIrS MS-I1M .
    loot Call .0 5-3542.
    nIh neaddeas of the claimant llalnliflJr.llK.Cit1.TIs'4 I : BOT. BEU. maid tool: cape and ,. \ulh Mlieeurl Motida April I lIen. motor and .1. T.I.. ta,.

    nl1l.1: he twain to and muat l be -\ ortlnc coodi Dial MU .-421ftor 0. la64 I 410 pm. harp. l.hl. horn ca aLr 4, FAY CASH for pickup truck erar
    f eitlmale Culbenon Hardware I 72 Flswert Sttdi PlonhLOBINO .. ln-7147 under 17 model Fleaa call
    filed aa "aforesaid or alas .OThewill : and HEARING AID DEPT. ,
    b..o"'ohl, AVMK 8, t'lul.l.lNd.:; hi. wife ) TRADINO STAMPS enhanced ar100aht 'HE MAR.LIN HXIO Crll-Cra MU JII.

    1X11ISItZELL: HOPKIoiS IbfenUnt j 0 Litmus lOt EMI Urn*. MONTGOMERY WARD MEN FOR OUT Alter and .n..M. Skill 12 with I'In. kride CASH IN a fleah car er pickup
    xiwlMl with eitrai
    0.J 1142OIS ., Our.nto '
    d.uoa
    NOTICI II00
    Eueutrtx OF SALE .I.D. per In eirellent condition or elder Call ItS-SStl. Wild
    Lakeland 6
    J TOM 1 WATsON, Attorney Notice I. hereby ivan thai pur SLIP Cover Shoo 201hntnul 111w ctore) SALES 'WORKPERMANENT while th. I..11'tail: Lemon v ewaer. no commlaalon' Exreponaf Bi Hoear.

    lakeland. Horltla ellIot to a final: decree of fore Road III. 07S Or*. Semi,profeulonal islet opnortunty : CARUR.OPPRTVllTY CUT ROHE8 and #1 bushes: hnr sin, for south aal'hone .. OLD jamb or n..
    I 157 <'!lumire entered In th* above entitled p rlii, kedipreadi. allp loveriictrlan fee auallllrd mm or woman, on Doctor lu"root eterk RliRoue sau-2.ihd Lakeland W"NTB, mel Prompt.pickup

    cetixe In the Circuit Courtof i curiaiaa. ...... eor- We will train Mu.t.* neat havecood 1105 371 Florida Avel :..Black, .
    NOTICI TO Inlk l'IIUllty rlnrlda. I WIll ecu nlto.. nod ana Initalletlen Hun- backcround, *wn car and be WFFKLY. IALART A sue, <.OUT. 103 Furniture t .3..11.
    CREDITORS lIe piouerty ultuat* In Polk County d edi of emplea to ehooie from wndable. Exrollent opportunity. Aplale.IElaaItATItl .
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Be atMKlaled with a company CASH FOR YOUR
    Hoil.la. deairlbed
    COURT IN AND FOR POLK aa: HRISTIAN 50155110 -hem lee Mr. Cornell after 1 D mTueiday ., that of'eri minimum opportunll 74 Fr.lt Trees WASHER a. CA
    That ,
    pillion nf 1,01 14 nrl'OP'FF.Y
    Special and Wedneirtey" Mlomtry All
    00011 attention clvea t* lee a permanent and etc
    COUNTY FLORIDA prufltohlncitric b..I. 8ndlo.r.
    and 1.IS"HF.llmm: ke neede of Ward loa test Uilal .... "o..nl. C..11 .
    sack patient. MV > Can autlUytHlih etpeeerviee "
    JN UK; r-NIAlK: : OK ' yea ..k. .o.l.d. Pra.p
    EDITH pint of LI 1 III-:HAN COLON, 3. 2M Boulevard/ 200 CITRUS tree. plneippl .0 See we fr good sacS is.plisares 'u, ,oa .. I I' ..
    E. KELSON a wiibrilxlalnn according to tlieC" L. School education oreqnlralent .r Pool tuentilird, .2 a .. .. yew Kelvrnataron sad

    D..u..d t thereof reci.rdert In lid l tk UTO INSURANCE Had an aedent U 5.4735. W Meltilsoy. dealer HIM *i Oar 7.Ap.pulaumas. CAR PAYMENTS
    To( All Creditor and Panona Hav- r no I Iniuranret EliOtmnalhs .
    K, I'ft. 43, public re,' 2 Neat ippterenc 1130 Auburndale
    mi (Claim or Demand AlRlnat ordii In and for Polk I'ountvMm la par Call MU 11411HIRLIVS .
    J. In MU S-I17S
    soul
    8 old I LxUte: : 'Ida, deacrlbed I. folio*.. c FLOWER and Hobby .travel, oondllar.t 7 Ln"sCpl", TOO HIGH?
    You and each of Advertise ACUUM CLEANERS rtbullU
    you are hereby to-wit: hop. 3340 South Florida Com.pl. Monday FrIday reeoadilKned >
    notified to fll* In diinllcat I : altniulois : H,'Bin at a point on'lhe. North etc line ef millinery cuppllw. 4 t HARDY SOD CO. new Repam. part. adarvlt Ch.vroUt pay
    Ace 21 38If
    and demand which vns1a line of vald lot 71.I feet Wotof rtOm... maInlila.lOT HealUii Lawn Oraaeee Ot..U.ld lectrle. 3131 Cn.I.... ole, Its .ed.l ....U* ..e
    rev qualify, ion wIll receive Blvd MV "' .
    seea.ln.I th* eatate of Fdlth: H.I'bl
    I:. Kelaon deremed In the office theol'Ih..1 corner theref P CLASS atarte Thiinday, April GOT ODDS -mini at full paySe Daiio. ESTIMATES 'an Some la one .r*.afford
    ami run thence Went along FREE TV BARGAINS Completely
    of Richard 2J Leara prot.nni onaini,. Shlry Be* Mr. Ru eeH
    Rronaon
    : County the =North line of .101 I lot Company KtprMentitlt hoOt and guaranteed MS IS anp
    l i Flower Ai Hobby Shop. IJ40 Ha M
    HO
    S-MH
    Judiie. at I office In the enurt 153.0 feet; 'thence fun Routhotitherly Mr A, N. BntnklandTueiday 0110" Free laataJlaUM Aiwaral.ihaland5
    South
    Florida MU 1-3670
    llouae at tlartow. Florida, within" pantile to th* Wait Anl TRACTOR WORK: Mowlnc Plowmi beii buys I I sow or PENDARVSCHEROLE:

    pin calendar manthi from April I. line of paid lot to the K'nilhbnuniUry INI AND ENDS 0 am. t Io, ...,.. i dInnIng. and cradlnf. Speclallaed uo n al Nile TV 1134

    111(4. which la the dote of the <.f Mill. lot: tren.e BUILDING TRADES In .r eeedlnl and A'ur..I. Roed OpeC U Ion

    ... fli .t pulllcatlon of this notli e. run eaalerly along the Hotithluiunclaiy Florida State realm. .-.7.. 112'Ml. M 1.117
    }:.,
    'h claim :
    demand
    or
    muat be In
    of .*ld iut In a point .
    SIUHT PIEd Ch. Ifiluoneor
    .rlllnif.. moat slate the place nlre 71S feet Wept of the r:...tImundary kicking around the house? Employment Service 78 Trit SurgeryTEES din In. uSia suIte. u
    \ .l<1.nce and poet otlnCstlreei of enld lot thence 14 115 East Unoa at.Lakiland C.I IU '.
    : Building, CarpsntorlngOOPINO PAY on-b Ice
    nf the Turn them Into quick cash 26. WI a. .r o
    < lalmanl miiat l b. amino tr run North to the sulnt of be.glnnlnt Deride '1? .r eldir. .
    T and muat be filed a* afuranald, I Tll..INO. .fr. e.g.ilni LJtCTRIC STOVE. JO". autemalven Icku. .40.

    t or *ta. ..me wfll berome void lit :iml II. caIn, to the Mvreal and THE WINDOWS. aluminum with a Classified Ad. Just ATTENTION MEN *. have .rd .ak. 2.1.1., .t very alee, no. WILL EXCHANGE Impale coo.rntills .
    op- , late medel pickup
    Theodore MU 54200.SAVE
    fr Lawrence K lonxeclllo heat bidder for al the Mouth dine porthei repalra alter rlrt..r 'e
    .; Hrnnt tour of canh Ihe t..Ik Count) oni 10 month I* pay S.Z dial MU 6-1151 for art experienced .nln.for I men and I.rl.nc. Mil- U.ck pay difference Call

    T nvaton A M.a.ey Couilhoime In Barlow, rlorlda, het mraeilnc Company. blandPhoas le helpful For will INSTRUCION Leelle Onlusled II MU "UI. _
    fi H. rlorlla Atenu .. MU 2-1212 A Cimmeran ad '. peraonal intenlewall .25 to 50% W. PAY 111 ip6lunk
    een II :no A M. and 2:DO P.M . .RR.IO' I to 10 amPERMANENT car.
    lakeland Unrlcl. on Ih* Toils dav of A 1..11. 1!>64HbAL 18 MU 1.208. F a t'lkl. Free pick l 1'Snksla:

    Attorney. tor Itiecutor: ( ) I !>, H HUUN JR KJFINO AND oerpenlerlncik = : JOBPiling Dancing O .Metal la* 12.21.
    901 o for qualified. MUle
    U lerk Clnult ('0111'1 Not a contractor Free ,In J d..nd. 1 BADCOCK'SReBudt
    Call, able pereoa to Ja. bl. ,
    'nor Ion roofer Oil 03JO
    'hol
    t ,
    Iiy r ( A n Clerk bI1IJNTAI.NJ.Jeiuly LEDGER[ V onoar Ihtou.h Fnids, aduate, with .. all around PIANO TEACHER can accept "". Living Rom 120 far Implements

    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF : .1 I lank equlpmeat aialntenaaceaikiround pill for privet uuirucilon Bellnnett
    Furniture
    THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT U l 4 _ _ _ _ la.ludl. weldtrm and advanced. MU 2.US! WANTED, COB tal'. Fly .....b.C.I .
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK iNfHII I CIRCUIT COURT OF .11 m"h.ll. etptrience ....... Mrs Winifred OIL MS Woodward 2 I en4 4 pIers MU 32510.CLASSIFIED.
    COUNTY IN . actor end .[ living room
    CHANCERY THI TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -f.ln. abllI 'Ult
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE OF FLORIDA IN BUSINESS SERVICE I" '" .1.1 I aautrorn I.lae p'Dt Priced ae Lw .
    AcrNtIO ; II OWN many hears of ArthurMuansy' / ADS
    AND OTHER RELIEF FOLK COUNTY, IN npt.toD. htulwou Comn.n" .. $8995 and
    \\ILBLR R
    Plaintiff, > CASE NO. 11321-SO.20 WANT ell them chiaply unable. K 1747 lOS.. Will Per apool100le. .Inl usa LEDGER
    311L15A"tJOUvhlA NICHOLAS J. lire Kh.lt: ) S6 I Saltrni In oneS. I ..

    Plaintiff. 5 VISIT BADCOCK'S
    II.r""d.nt. -v.- ) DIRECTORYFOR 14 Sthoslir ,

    NOTICE hONES 1>. r>h.CKFillief LEHMAN. 'ANT for home Used f'uritureDparment
    llverr. .
    F.TATF OP VUlRIPA.I mini' :: idol ..mp.ace., 1- bnpltaltioa LOR ID AS LA ROUT end mmmodera 121 Mobile H.m.

    OUVTT OF 1'01.K| NOTICE OF SUIT ... b..f&. ., eeauty echeol l.iknluidSaSUIP
    '10; HILDA "01:M.IV "'ho.. 'taut TO: AOSH4;; 1>, UIIKUl: who. YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE kaaltlu.' group Apply Boreea Dairy' and. Coueia lIe Plae SICumpleteli Mulberry reaiale .-*.r.o. .
    An1l BAI
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    known ri<.ldenii' and adliv laal known irxl.leme .lId ADS .4 Lake Wire Drive. remodeled ar' eondl- TI iavlr.ii you make will ..onth.n .. .rl. cuppllee. la*
    la JUt Wool llnioln A.."".. mailing ad,Ireea I I.t tI WHEN YOU NEED ITI! IO'd, swplu' perHaC .U .U pay for yeur time end Ulp. auraL loaded pod aauuislitin.eurl.rs.
    W. NEED: three people Ion
    I'eorlH llnola .In
    HO Iln tit reel 10 MulberryW.S.BADCOCKCORP. a, 4T10 Hew
    AIR CONDITIONING "ol'
    YOU AKF HPKrBY hotlfle.1 .'..rt turnIp. New York work la Foil and Hlcnlende Coui pfniiora.tins Teoss "I.b..,. MO S-S034.
    that a Complaint for Divorce boa TOU ARM Hr-MFHY NOTIF1FP t, who have had prevloiu lalperlence mea needed We t.IO yuu.
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    been filed aiulnat you. and you Hiat a cult haa been brought Applianct Plumbing Supplies er arciwtemeil I. meeuc Write* Commercial Iiiui-
    Uiie Boi M-21. Ukeland Ledcer .
    Ihe pvelte Will Iota
    ONE
    Pie hereby required to porte a aalnat you In the 1'11'<'1111 t'ourtf .an.l. ONiVE-
    of Anawer FOB PROMPT repairc .n rtfrleatora H MORRIS Tourerlf: 18'sandwoma a. .. .1..0.. Mali Mar and
    ropv lour or leading th* Tenth Judicial Intuit nfHorlda I DI WireheuewMulberry .
    In th* Complaint on It',., Hiilntlfta I In soul I For Polk CnnnU, p waihlnc cjiachlnec, endjpllaaeei PulDbln. and 10'.101 Buppllea. .omml.lonl.. bonuM, ... tarea LIVESTOCK FlorliiMulkerry NEW 50'xlO
    cell Thrifty Citygervlce . '. dill'.., I a bOnl.I..Uo. Insuranceand
    A It Store Huraam
    attorney Murlea. Jr, I Horlda. and that Sou Ire, her Mis :_
    1', O. Hoc IOU, toil Hiiilh Florida ntyuntl. otIie4 I uierne a ropy or your Department III* Sill teal rental pipe cut and thread-: oth.. ,* nelitetervlewi Fur 3 to 4 p m, dally Frt SIlls
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    ., Lot k..IRlld| ..., 24 hourS senile ell.14le.ct ., ..I.. call ..nl.f.om until s 2 bedroom
    rloilda .
    and Anawer or other wrlttm riefenaeN AppliancesServicsdWindow l t SI SI Cats
    file lbs nilglnal Anawer or Plenct, lion fllAIUI' R, VAYtll I ofMAYHl )"'J4. Lakeland D.I. P.t Opt All Day Wedaeidayer
    .
    Jni In th* office of he-rierk of A ElltFArillir I'lain. f'W TIIIC APPLlA CIEII ..,,',..d, 10 auoeiat Sterns aervtni $3790

    Ihe Cluult Court on or I efnre l iffa ,Attiune whiiK Hi,Ireaa InT PHcn rMnoliebU. Free eitlmitei PrintingFOR 5a I Work Wantid BETTY PDL lonP. FloridaUkeland

    the Ijnri doT of Mat ISM If yiui >i>at or",.. Box 205. l...krlan.l, a Initallatlon sir rofldlltonoraninleend Call Stephen fOI.ol .r.ln., A.1' Star

    fall t" do a<>. juriKHient ly default FlorIda. on or before the Und ito) Nance' and ElKtrlral Hrrvlcc. ALL noun peunlitlin_., TRACTOR WORK wuled "0..' piei I2M Kethleea Roae1 ShoptiH4148 61. No. Porld. Are R &B MOBILE HOMES
    W "Redoorl Will
    will be taken nalnat yn i fur the ::ut May, 10114, and beffre or: tiniedlalelv F A,,elMc Street, t i.7MT call MTJ t.4404 Commercial FreuIne lie hid dltolne. New eqiiipment Home. lalMHHEOISTERED rOi IIIn"'RIOHT

    relief demanded In I, th* I'oinplnliilIIONK I thereafter to file with. Letterhead*. Qulo aenlce Call far fre* eetl- 1 CHIHUAHUAS two 1639 W. Memorial Blvd.
    :; .'S() ORI'tRJon it B..r. the (.''''rk of lila above ilyledCom / i Auto Repairs SorvlcofRitl I entrevtneRadiotsr IUho.phlnl m.t., Prod 1 ..r. 10IJI 1 month* and elder, for *ale 1 'Stu4ecrvtri Fnoucls. neon-to" framer.. ItrInli.nStop. nhelps.

    low HoHila' this th* rth day of 'I. Hi* ntlgliial of call Anewnr FHEEl: Freel' Bee Oenrce i JUNIOR WIlT, all laws mall chelt male. In dour 04u. A artnrotelerlrl, Lakeland. FloridaIS
    AP''II, 196.. aald written lI.'fellleo If 00011, ISO, Ilk West
    any Service Center. ITU North '1".ldaA..nu. Sinks ce and iprannc. ha.ee we''Irii MU I 13M Qulscp
    (PEAL;; ) T t. 11 IX1AV I IClerk If fall n-rent. MU 3
    JR.
    Sim li dn ao. Deire Pr.ConfeaM sod .4RO
    for that summer eaca palntlm I AN ..
    or II,. will I I le eiilend axalnilill ; linn ufety Inipeclioa OB thi it o. an.w.r,"on. I .126.72.1 DT.0 PUPPII. r. u.i.o RrPRIOERATOR: fur ail.. 10 Id WIDES
    ANT
    Circuit Cnllrt for Ih* relief demanded In TYPE n.datnsenIn* : . .. .J70, puke oU. Andenon I Fltrtro I 1
    family car with the latest .1 .. re c nl! Drive Pold..1 .
    V-DM Ih. ComplaintWillie. Ironic .eeulpniMl. Our mechanic, line. recorlnc rebulldlnaPeddve iacii UA punplel fun. ,irs '1 Phone 1.6-ZI .011. HOME INSURANCE

    ., my hand and tffiuIaI l l lal osneuaa rUn (silos nat all SO.tom.tl Radiator Service, MU I IIIUDINT.: MALE. S n.lrS, part We>l Or.n.o. MU STORAGE .FARTS
    NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN .. of office a-"" '. Cell 22000MALI. 3 COMPLETE rooms
    al Rartnw Polkniinty .n.necains. Call li.31>3Aitenuen I .110. good

    COURT THE IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDGE POLK ( him'Ida, thl. IUh day of I' : ladle. We live SH RADIATORS BLOCKS .Ion sod 1.13-loll.110 weekday Sorter. t.n I.JO AKC whIt. ..lorbr furniture $19993 P.yment DEE'SMOBILE

    April 1964 linen Dternpa on vehicle. Crl'.P. R, wlnlilune oeodle "
    .Ibo.
    COUNTY FLORIDA 8rAL.: ) P II. K10AS. JR L ilita ell ( I LIOHT CARPENTERING a ansatIn C.I 3.12 only 51.S pr .
    IV RE UTAH: Oh ('Ire lull Court I'1.11By.JI'AS'TA Auto Ssot Covers South n. ::. WiCk 50 lOb al hera..1 TINY lOT poodle l .. Cham HOMES
    i
    RHODA E. AbICIsPso.uned! RADhtRDItetuty .U D'on llnei 303S Crystal' 541 M.
    POLKTRADNG MO
    3.2110WANT S-SMS
    I Clerk LISDa AU1O (eel Cover Co... Radii L.H Drivejitter S W.bl
    To All rredltori and Pereon liar. T.Ul cleW autemettve tnterlore 'J6ro. & T Repair CARPENTERINO: work nIdonthai MART
    lot Claim or Demand: Afalnithitlil I .I Main. Phnne lilt 2-7SIO I al a van r a on.blel EDIORCE PEKINOEai I 'h I' TItAV'UEa UlUet. ( re.
    hataleYou : IN THE CIRCUIT ViTO' EXPERT: RADIO and TV Service. p.I. Ne lob toe ...a. ..a.I3. .oothl old ReilaMred. ( . even,.floor

    THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Concrete pi"' I. moisture prooflni after, '-0173tEnlSTEMEp ru.. twin .
    and each ef you. here* bUSSING CARE roaealeaeent ermtuivalld eoeae* lum
    bv notified to file In duplliat' all I OF THE STATE OP FLORtOA I.our "et u repaired In .u, mod- Lerelj hoBo, pni.et. CLI. PtiPptps Inmali.1:1: Cai.Did ler. Route .Be. 113
    claim and demanda which you IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY KENliED: CONCRS1E c."l.Ian'tn ..n Slop ai. a fair prli'*. Brine room alt cndlUeed 135 104 Got. Oil. feel. Wlnl Ravea, . Uarlant
    CHANCERY NO. 43057.12.31lll7eX r Drlvewaya flmra. aldewiikine noun el In and lave to, or nail I Raad Ochmidl.
    have malnat (ItS palate nf Rhoda 052.7325.CHIIIOTIAOI Ln.hbur
    .,...... rhlhueiu. -I
    JAmi.: k. ( NA1KINAI RANK:; ) '''' curbe petlai and Hn.I" Radio and TV ML . ff. .' OPANC OAS .. best.iCe. I .
    deceased in the off lie brld,... K. H. Morrla. Mr).14 IS,, 4U Loncfrllow. lo keept chll toy r ill-se.. bet fo.. Prk.
    010' liT. rJoTI-RI'CHI'HO.: S D' IOH.1l Mn Road water
    of Richard A. a A tMue FOR
    nronaon County BALE
    trtltt.
    tA'.I.n' 1.1. a.rl' : Attractive
    !' lonal' Kanklng l'nrllOr.Uon, ) lie'i Mower .... anus In her hOD. rardplarroem trial ese "' Ia- 10'.6
    Juillie at Pie office In (he Court I Liens Reeeeaekle rut,., .2. Cl J. Iwo keareom mobile hewS.
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    genIal
    lluuae at Hartow. Morlda, within I Ulntlff I Fineis hon. H-4M3 I 0. 1321 Mew aouibie price Phone MU S-4041
    sin calendar' month from April 4. -\'- ) Scr.n RtpolrtLUIIA 1 Livestock buradeie Hiihway alter S ::10.
    lt4. whlih I I. th* dole of thi lIAVItOINOIX= and MAIUR ) lUl'UAL FENCE: Comnannweal lie, DOG a.U: walk pole

    fIrst puhluatlon of this null,'. NdtK. hi. wife, and ..rt.... no down payment., Inurt wirereemne doS an nsa ks's,. 102.'Olh TRI STATS artificial, 105 AS 'RA. .-, cendlUo. en.
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    eoarashiu.d We wont be apSe.- II.PAIII. Souland.PAINTiNG 1 J.w.lr t. mint be wea Phone SS2
    ,' ; PAVin AY10N VtrFkS l .
    K h lalm '
    or demand muat b* In'' ., .pl..d wood 10..lnlo. head 3 Grew
    wrllln end MYR11K WEEK. ooid Ukeland idlt". Mil I mclii l Flrk ... ..a. .... S32, 347. T.I.City.
    niUHt itCh* th* place ofrenldem r .18. !! AND carpealer work. ., "mO WE FAT .
    and pool office addreaaof hi. wife. S 1.6> e.Im.. 510.1345 Mllmaun, ceunfatuea luar- (912 coma old '. ....1..0.. .0'. MUST llL :0.W. IMI Villa.
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    the rlalniant, nuiat be sworn to' TWendanta S Fursltvrs Call MV ."21. N..I Jewelry. 10 Soul Fler- On* 0.. like new. .5 dew
    and muat be filed la ., Id, or NOTICI OF SUIT DIAL Swimming FoilsPOoL. ILtTKlflP 90 t 1. *M mc peywjeau *r | SS2
    sits l ..m. will b..nt.'nld.. THE 8TATh, (IF rLUKIDA: I.rouut. .. ihlldrea el mr homewe Poultry SuppllfiPULLETS no or MU 25353.NEW .
    JOHN U KMU11T '01 r>AMI> 1NOI.F and MAItrE: 1111". B. Filial .. CttANED, repa..'... ,.a k or &hour I.DC'lard 107 .
    txeculorWelth INOLh. hla I wife anil HAVIIt .L.r' F'DII.e I.I. Ill 1104. chemirala. cupplua.equipment .Inu ",-5. 225 for silo. two, Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery Twa MOON 10lM IM3 modaL
    ; I Y Y0 N "VIKK : : ..8. 70S Eul I OHT heuae marl),. aid en 20th bedrweme. two bata Just 11
    A IhHileyAttotnovi I. A $ eul ..I PE-i: 'lh..ua n.., Fay 1300 Sums. ....... .
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    YU ilni end tour VantrMi I A. Hul
    *t lwlakeland MTIITIK. VtLrKrl hla wit lamp RepairsLAt.P6.R&Pl.ACEM1RViiIi Ward of 1.
    lol M
    Edward Veeter 1505 m.nl aioallily ta
    Florida You are r>..r.b) notified thai ..e POR 1 P L.ni i ieall Claut, on : .'Sc .. four mllee MerUi CI. GET A GAS HOT WATER \ credIt Will .rent tor.*.
    \\-0"1 Suit .haa been filed duond i iea \ plot
    504.1046 trailer far
    100
    r..n.N.lnlllt. | ,.
    .. <'h of \'m, hy l'lTlZl'IsNk'l'llt'At. : MU Lame ... asndneea in Imperial USE LEDGER HEATER FROM WARDS Fhon MU l-l3o. .0"UI
    NOTICE TO AUTOMOSILE RANK nf. M' a..dlo. 29o loutS Orleana Ave- WsBliJ UviUxk.
    DEALERS 'l'JTPR..HI'RO. a S.lIo"1 l Pi ik. n'" l! AA II Upholttsrlnguklr CLSIfD ADSFINANCIAL 9 P.t Have Ho Water When LOT. bauas'leslleernrn

    :Nolle l I. hereby then that I hut Corporation, plaintiff In tinibnve WANTED' A few dairy tattle any You Need Itl! r ': :

    aealert blda will be received by thfurnlahlita .. entitled rodeo, and hat I n.'": Lswnmow.rRepairsLAWN UPHOLOILIUSU 64.i ,.. '10'. Will pay lop etch .nun laitallaUM 1:! IJt o.o.n.1
    48r.
    R'and "r I'oun.y 'omoiiaoion.ti "r I mrs hereby reuulred tn file u ""iAnawer b&R: REPiRhi3w.I .l Slip. eoeera and draaei tea..siaelu. Favors OnMU SomMERCHANDISE. 117 N. IJ.l.7..
    J'olk COlin). Florida. up I.. .:10 with the Cleik nf this aid tools nherpened Buy end Millower I Free ntlmatee. pick us Kentuck
    n'' lock A, M. 't'upadah. ., April TIlcuS i'ourt. and to .aerv a cony lIe *, KUuey. J304 Lanler. MO I II ud Sillier>. Fhene Ro.dVsnetlon 6.1-40 1, 124 TrollonM
    10 b. o""n.d hnm.dl.I"ly "1 upon the Plaintiff or Plaintiff 6-1151 ..ai40 Holno.oin 6! Business OppsrfunltUiCHO1CI M 10 Tnk.

    Ih.r..r and publld)' r.t ror Attorney, whose name and edreaa Blinds FORD Vea .
    to Pnlk Counlone or .. I.: ALBrRT: C V% !.:RI.V, Pointing BD8INE8B aid I.e... loa Pi.nes & Mitksl Init ,.u. Mark T. .make MISw
    MotorcytlosnuuupR
    mrs IM4 4 don panaenaei ...... Attorney at 'I......, *<4I <'enlralvenue .'AlbrlNsJ SER1'ICALA: A N 0 roperUea Mal II.... LL. 9 Bicycles Tamp Hichway,
    (Fur eotnplel minimum Mieolflctatlon A Rt eierehuni rlorlda 8PCUL Ason.. Is.inIcr "oftl. E. JUST RECEIVED
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    .ee Hid .rnrtn and Hieclflca nol later than MHY 50. l IHI 4. '10. .. autenlup,, .nul.'u. It.P. ... 1".1. \2, ..0,1 AND Tamaha aauad Carload Used Flue 14 FORD &i".t nA be*.

    lion sb.el.h TI'.d..11I allowanceb If >'.." fall to do mi, IViree TiCnnfeaen ,,, SItS. _" ellen work ( u.rD.: "a" blind. Al 'UIDo"l.near HIT .nt Elecine eiaruaa THEY are refiauhed ar.sdt. I'hen* MV

    It, n,ade for one fti ,, ,. n Hill he entered ..."!1.1, l .leed Phone SI24JIIerJIJIO ..L. .n .... _f meoel larce boyd aSS fully '.-.nl. All '
    Lark Rend No WANTED TO lark L..I.D' Cycle Ce. Til '*
    1I1C1609'
    Vnale-tn I Intl far tin relief ilennnilert InIhe BU .
    i',".>' he ..'n hy ,lonlai-lln .....,I ComplaintIhe PAINTING WON M S 1..a. EASY TERMS RENTAL

    .'Inl., at telephone No. M).Till. nature of acid till bring ...rk Interior .' O-'f LOOK UP Polk County P eon kin-ala a acv alaa* '

    B.I'I1IW. for form'lonure of nioiliane reorded n-lintel l.. reasonable prlcei 'nloon later 455. 1 2 I Badim. Places For Rest
    Fur further .1.1M., Mr Tnrman Liquor license. OATS .
    Information ram ,' In Off Id U 11.10 Rook KEEP YOURSERVICE ,
    munlcat with C. M Lewis. Poe. 111. paid Tel tibllr He*.ordi* of today Cars For Sale ads CANNON MUSIC CO.

    th..lntr! A.enl, Ha now. rlorlda. ['olk County. Florida. cm,,'rlnic Picture Fronns In this section and ba Write Box M-271 101 S 840 SO FT.OFFICE .

    Ihe Board reaervea th. rliht to the Haet 11,' feel of the K', PICTURE: FRAMES amazed the Lakeland Ledger.EJCACO OPEN-Lbl.nn-l4
    I excellent
    rje. t any or all bid.. All hldnto of lie HH of Ills SVi'H nt its .. and auuldln, a.utl.1Ir. !/I by I. rJ REI
    b* cnnaldered muat he itibmltted I KK'4: of He,'tlon" 14, Tnwnahlp road,.mad. a.. Shop a. values Don't delay. MENBUSY :II'I( eAtS el Bab* Oraadc. ZO'IU'Tucker
    In duplh'at. ..n bid forma to b* 55 EpiC, LhHS (107 Orleaaa ." '2-32O INC. Eieefleal mcatnaleax IIt. Cwieowa lid 1.0 P.). "".ID. Ia frost
    furnished by the County All bId. th:oN'o'S:: feel I hereof 'El Cu. In Auburnoel area aabInSwan 1..1 ...'ron'.l. C.Sad, I T.r tWon. "o

    ahould. b* enclosed In ian-to d I sot .hi*. any road R/W tt, Paid Uamlnc tvauV .1.. ....pl,oclocl .l. a* .. .
    *."\\elup, plainly marked on theHKlde ALL lln. and Helng In. Polk ..,.. caiM a 4 MMielmera2nil _ssd sue bestIal

    .": Bid: on automobile. I:It County, HorMaVtlTNKSK IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 111 Sporting Goods I I. Call T.sadttmeIi.II ma.Dt,-
    n'.I".k. A. M Tuesday April tt. my band and Ih* e. .1 l I CITIES BinVtCE Compeay Ion. IIQ .*. *. ". WAportmMts

    18(14( of this lj>urt at Harm*, I'.l:. ..alUactlTe .".0 far ACRE CAMPINO StiIl.nn.ir, 117
    Ordered In open ....I..n on April I County, rrarldM. ; ibis lltli da: ;:r BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION aw oa Rout Aakeradaletractive a daIly "Dus Mae inst he-lana brIne ear Ed. 129
    7, Ion April .\. n 1954.COt.R'I' nntal rtaanelai ..o. wit a t Josta'.. Sees Park .1. fnlsh.4
    \l1.u.dl'I!.\":R WiCl"ICHkXlN I ( KKAI-I .bl. lo qualified ecirewlre ness Scnrlet Plr rtory" P.rl P.r. 1.1

    r".hm.n ,leik .'r the 1'1.111 i "''I< i In.a Avtllabl .... c.Unew UPI Two b.gne trIas

    rlined) D. II lILliAN, JR. I' H KHUN= JllIMiN DIALMU 6.1 151-Ask For Classified 1.IZ4.ain".I In dsssifled. CaU today 112 Wasted MiucsIlsnsse. N'",... ... IotA. nsnelanas..

    Clerk B> \' .t. I I'I'RY'IS I I 'i" a "r b A'"..W1.'.

    f\L) ().toul> t I'll II, ,..irrh for a lepf! ad writer. fOR l MINT.:
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    129 FBI-Bilked Apartments I29hrnlsh.d: Aportm.nh I SOU SHOWED QIIKKVJIT.MVCHILD. .tIlH4 t ",,",," "' 1M!. REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE

    AH8! caxwrr BS MUCH FIF1"/, FIFTYONB. AND HOMBIouus

    WOTZL APARTMXJCTB. oat ui 13. EAST LI... Bodroom. kata. HEWER. IGUES9. MY WIFE; MILL es NCRCCOON. 153 Houses For Sale 153 Houses Fir Sale
    ... roome. lID..... utUItt*. rur.BUhea. dlnttl. lllnt room. kltoboa,: VUNCtBTOeAVBALOTtf LETS ECS,V1BAIDUFTCTTrCORNET SOU MUST COME H.CVIILDI'
    Mil MeWL woo Mr* '.port. pumr of thuds.CLOl I
    Tampa BlchwayTHRX IN. THIN FIFTY-TWO 111111.[ Three broom carport. Cl
    baby ... Bntlnupttalrt froloh.d.uolos55.i. 204 Asalis
    ROOMS. clean. .a.... ten.tr . two ,""ron... ..... STEPS LAKEVIEWSnecloui 8111.. 4111II-2174.
    .l location Dectrte Ulcnen. all porch parking 107 Caat MMBO- KLLABUHD MUST SEUi three bedreem CB
    Ilu.
    .&&"U.. luml.hed. Adult only. 553.7773. MOTS GUUX DOC* BallS In kitchen. Situ'.. Pour
    Perklnt SUIMI.FURNISHED TWO FURNISHED .....,Im...... S story home wlu Ianllvlui block (trove, Park l-ioo JT:
    tach four room and bath 141 and dlninj room. m baUie. 415 foocrO 1010 'n' s5
    C K imfunuhed print Taniltwood APPIT 2904 Taail. 3 _room.. lane aereenad parch.iarae 11.0 Ue-4.U.
    bath entrance. H700 u wood Phono lu-2240. HUMBCR10THBPCUCTitWHDID Shaded lot and many otber .
    tat 00 monthly. Kane'S Apart.MUM. dealrtbla '..111..*. KL-liea-l. 1
    km _*. TWO BEDROOM cloee In lower THSOSV10US 1 bedroom brick on a Ian* (had. SCORE A STRIKE
    apartment, .1. Include. etlllllee,
    .. ed lot la need of ruin, Matsass I
    PrUTATI INTRANCE. wreenidparch. artlni Italiltius. Clark Realty. offer. RN4ROW
    Uvlnc room bedroom, 180-4031. Against
    budget 03* Sefl
    kitchen bath. Convenient
    South LARGE : I
    FURNISHED
    line nelibbornood. Couple *nJy .. lartKip.run the furniture you DO longer
    i t lost coU... and bai
    ,133.53.siisacrvriy: R. "Bill"i
    Williams
    lln.. Adulla only. PIous tu.>104 --,,- --_..- .' -I ..-... -, .... ... .. .. use Inexpensively with a
    or 11I2.1711. I
    FURNISHED *Band flJ t..ctIoD
    REALTOR LMLA Cawined sd.
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    two bedroom $apartment 404Soulo IDIAI. FOR .mPlo," .... .. -

    FURNISHED Florida OR Phone acml MU furnuhedB i-3697 0515MM..oman. Tnn air p.conditioned.... ....h.Car-la>.1* RENTALS RENTALS REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE I REAL ESTATE tau: B til Florid 1)3S Ave Dial MU C-llSt BOW.

    beautiful Lak Morta 113 prtool. Dlllcland. *.I-433..
    Lake Morton Drive. Phono MO TWO BEDROOM duploi. olaclrlciltcbin 1130 F.ralilitd MotitiUPLU 135 Rooms For Rout 144 Acreajo, Lets For Sale 1S3 Homes For Sale I 153 HOMOS For Sole ONLY
    $100 DOWN
    !
    S-Jttl Diiidand ahopplnc lit SALE BY OWNERtwo
    NICE LOCATION. CIssoii 11'..' P..I1.\rOot, IHoao MTJ SMALL POva room iud bitS PRIVATI BHTRANCB and bath. T-'IIPA RIOHWAY 140'.UO'. os.rOliril MEDULLA AP.EAI Two I bedroom SIX ROOMS oak (100... 11' Uvln Choice of
    Blea.anL Lane eloeet ipace 2-3117 bo"' .. Pius 10.. .all MC H133.. Twin bed*. Convenient locationtouthalde IIIIm.a'. ".110O. JoltS two bath bomea. all convenience.tood .. room, ecreened Porch' eut.lrtIty bedroom CB with at. several l two or

    Adult. Parklnt Waler furnlanedK9 POOR ROOMS. saran apartaMaLBcrotiiod > THREE loomi and b.tttLUhta . On ..... Una. .et416aWORKING .10r.550. 13. W. ...1... 605. water law tot*. low down $1,120. Owner' W i'Kil a, tached garage. three bedroom homes In

    Woos C.unooCOTTAOB. Porch Off ilratt parkM and valor lam........ SOC, : OKNTIJtMAN ..... payment or trailer Crane Field* BRICK TWO bedroom two lot*. many areu. Al little al
    ELECTRIC1 ..lIch...! (M mODIIIII Waat Bclvar a month Corner Lak Arnueand ferred. La..., aod_ furntehed Road to Pipkin then left IM vat rentied. I fruit rrh trere aciiool WeeUld.aacrlflc*. prl Cleveland Heights. $5100
    ear ,,_ private .nlted for two I SUMlNOBTHBIDE. I Roea MO i-2'3wRjMFORTABLE. room. "' .... ntranee, pclvalekath ,mile. MW t-oOU .I Ill... Sui.73d4, New root. well landscaped month. VA.
    Water _.Id... 711 Weal Ban DUPLEX attraetln CLEAN threlhwdroomt. : room P.ewnabl rat*. MU(7Ot I Robinson Pines I STEAL. THREE .... ....... ...
    sock. ....a.ll. I three roo..... Water "'lIbl.... low.sueS . Charch and achool I lot phone rtn( .tent time) Khoal. ihopplnf 13 40O to** AUBURpALII-LOW: do.'I'\: MU 6-2037 FULL FURNISHED!

    ( MALL MODERN apartmentlarie furnlahoil. On* aide. (Mmontnly .10... But at ...,. ala month rtJtNIBHID COT T A 0.. Two late SaM-(Ml All lty ntltlUM. .teal at (a.(It-482.7t moalhlyBM0347 .i cooN. OB kltch::n. lit Clubs

    cloeeU for adult SIS tail' otbrr aw. Parklatpaeoa. Call 553.2235.Tholu : room*, bath lathed Bun Ideal Paved ......10, La... U'I1CK' lotaBe . 4UM-0333: Road "" 3002 CLEARVIEW Modern block two bedroomon
    Lemon Phone MX7 tTJMOARAOB Can (831JMDDPLEX ROOM and bath All, Quiet ahady. antes, flan. (30tb ahad treci. 4 block we* 1(01 STAUNTON AVENUE. Reduced WEU.: SEPT four !bedroom m
    APARTMCNT pTe"r I 14 In Duleland elennthroe rlertrlB kitchen .31 a month .. eon.(7(4. I ot Wabun ea Hlihland St. CaT J, Corner let three __"' .. bath home wlUt double carport Newly redecorated home with I fenced yard. east. Re
    ItMtt Lanler street near PublUtarehouM R Tucker. Jr.. two ...tbOo Florid room, tral, Located on B corner lot on SouthCry.tal duced to 19,300! RO.H4J
    rooma. Comforukl convenientlylaceved noma and bath .creoo.d4uporch. NICE QUIET sumS home. SOI Realtor. Mt7171 I rootn". ito. UI* bath pan .
    M* pet*. Inquln 901 Lea.ea .I Cloaa to ttoie. Reduced Inanlre 1114 Lanler north Kentucky Av.nu.. Ptne. er slop by 9IS H. MBM sir and boat eeJ-lCll iKhed. Lake Driv. Will. Mil fur- Bled Florida room. and cloeod-IB.
    StreetCOrTAOB. rate to rear around ....." IoIK > THREE lOOM ., efficiency Bui, dlnlni teieUirr, Bear elty park Ave, Tucker BulldlniBKAUT1PVL I SEW TWO bedroom b..... Head id (71 er month nnfurnuhed bur (It too unfur dawn oil,.. .n to'H40' tat tad oom MEL RUDY
    Q11r4> Bait Park. us door Clean and ooay 111Cmauo. I MU 2-t(4S for Immedlato _a.....,. 1100 1 pleuir furnuhed Widow I. oust
    il.hed CaU .3310..
    FOLR roam Florida OME aleeplna porch 0.1313.. -"' >... ft. Uvini area ""II -I. ,.n,*., sites. to .ell .. .. only do. LMLAREALTORMORTGAGE
    BEDROOM conditioned
    room. all .lectrte. air conditioned. Uhb : HOMUITKS aver full Ills bathtorraiao HOUOI FObS ..1..3 too.
    : awnln window b.dru.m CO Call Earl Traniu with T R
    lloor neiahborhoodNear Maid
    lr t nice water
    huh runuln
    .U he.t tia* Bo.Ut Florida TWO NICE home. 831 Golden, looklni Lake liMos. Water par tloori arraanad ...re".1 1\00 batS. I..ed In bath rard fuo'... 01'. Realtor. MU BROKER
    thopplni center. Inquire 701 Ice ( 17 weekly OraniaI. 07179ranliti.
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    A."'"" W... P.U...... Rule "0.11II' North Lake. ...., IIc> . MJ.7149. .. .tro.... lake ....... Private Pound at (10000. IU 10 ( f loss to .a4rnul.. oh. DIII 000tst. or . at MO 1.7045.HOMES 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
    (,.. Clark Reait.. 4064031.SIX boat baits ramp eU- 407 doss painwuL
    tilt MUOUTSIDE .
    .. low down paymentCan LtlW
    __ after
    ntn a
    ROUND FLOOR attractive NIC DUPLEX eloctrto kitchen -- - - -- dial 686-4107
    apartment, free laundry facllltlea .51.r furnl h 1.JOj.IIl1l1r ROOM. newly decorated all 136 looms With Board i.ifRAI'iB: i o lot, price.niht 4 be eren dally at Sun Acre ___ __ any time
    recreation Grow lrsll.iCII,. rfrt. Phone conditioned permanent adult,: ou >lda clir lust off LakPuker for Information call Jerry Mar- BY
    ...... Hubs. Eaten Park NICE'TWO brdroom iara.e apartBooUiilH 41t ...., ..._.*. Atallablt I onlr. Pnone ai-3019, niorului' die CT 4-tail or Dan Winton LIVING
    rut. 0.0 its. *. April. at Wl.IItN. BOARD WITH I.""' .. toTlviioB so CT 3.4433.SASIOASPO.. CONTEMPORARYDESIGN
    APARTMENTS MM HIM. Slots -aet'Vvt. For appoint Roaaeuble.laat 14 O'IIACRS .\ 11101.1.4 1 FHA MANAGER
    1210 and tit par week Llibtt. ment rail B-I3II. FOR TH* dlicrlmlnaUnf I.. dot roem. Well Meutle \lbJ T...... W. ATT"ACTIVE two I
    water and (aa tamlahed. Children 151. -. room b_... Sonuwlda. Oak Street. 5. WIlIlso.: ilO0'l2J.. bedroom CB I.... Florida room, 1 Bit. t Bam. C.a Home. nevly I
    welceme. Also alrepln _.... > P I T I Up.1uoARD. 110-4178 Clark Realty. (M4031BABT. UAKIPHONT PROPBRTT_(4 .Ulllr. ...Ia' window.. Ills balhIruulalad ., decorated ElecUlo Kitchen. No $100 DOWN :J 1Ia.
    .ewer 3 rooma and : City Taia. Immedlal Ud ".11I.. Florida room.
    414 Soul Oak HIT .alT. Adults 72t Sash Oranie. MU PETS aorepted. (II week 138 Urifurtilthoa1 Apaits.LINCOLN acne for ISOOOO Near Polk City birch '.bID.... Bear pcMeMlonCall area well. eenlpred kitchen .
    w. R. WUllaiuTtBaVlXIt14S : .ictiool ..tore and hurcbea. Pa.ad.IrMIa Ui for the key, only 1700.00down. aa.ludlnc
    FOUR ROOMS and bath. Early 2Ua. U'lu roo... dlalBi/lllcnen combination RO-1110, Many .holt* home. la all loci lialnlec steal toO_
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    AmarleaB furniture. AdulU. .wIa. JPPER TWO bedrooms Private bedroom ....Ch. (U .....: COURT A_...* ful no ally I.. Wonder tloni. Completely redecorated lor built-in Fruldair. r..... *
    mini peel (49 South BoooeM. entrance clean CaU trlo. 502.1054.TWO Lakeland flneat for colored Builnoti Property Belihborhood Ideal retire Monthly paymenta u low ** tot 0050. plenty of cabinet paronei
    .
    ,..al... or 'iundar. MU 3 1475. .. ud Waat 011. ment home (7100 Terms Bit loon I.0"110, .
    THREE ROOMS and ".11\. round 130 South T.a"..... TORT. aeren room. ii.eoudltI.u.d North UnoalB dlwount$ for cUlt IB my equity. SETH McKEEL moo by our offlc* 51 call room, 40.10..aruort.
    U U Se3t4.UODMIN Jit H. MAM. A,. Antique brick treat.Snovn .
    Lakiland
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    floor. Dliielend ...&1oD. Phone HODFRN: DUPLEX Three room.. redecorated home RBKIDBNTIAU COMMERCIAL, 711 Savannah. Iwo block* cat by appk only
    MO S-Oaat: let-trie kltahen ( Ill Jut oulalde *lty limit. Tnroebedroom THRCE room electric induatrlal lot, alto all ..-. ...1 0' W.b.ih m Rkylin Ao.... AIM Realtor
    EXCEPTIONALLY NICE North Buwanne, t.vDlO S.254t .. TV ... room icreened, kitchen. full bill iround floor Rudy, Realtor. 1837 C. Mamona trade for bulldms lot or .truck T. R.TUCKERJr TED TOWSON
    apartment Air conditioned If new deUrea. MODERN TWO bedroom dupln porcn.. larate 1100 a nonto Hear ..pi, market dowu0.iColt. Bird. (104107INDUSTRIAL Osnit. ....n:'.. I US MO E. Lemon 141(3 (t, Keallor LaOA

    Talephon. MO S-S414. tit All elertrle Near Bonthiat* I Phone MU t-UM tl-t4U TRACT adjoin. REASONABLE: OWNER. Low REALTOR 811 S Flo Art
    :
    lust Cnarle. 5truel.ascts Ldult*.. no Mta.. aaot Csrs1xw.1Osuso. NEW ONE bedroom air oondltloaed. TWO BEDROOM daples. $70 Kraft Feoda, appreilmauir 1Acre down pymrnt Three --.. eaa-jt
    nice clean .2-1.0. oil heat new furniturelet. month one bedroom duplex (41 Bllh..,. Railroad '10._, two full bath. I..... Florida MU .7171:
    APARTMENT
    and wall ........... Front entrance .. Heat and shier furo55.uS. ., month ....t..d.. ......r. ReaVlor. Job a t. BrcBBan _lICIt'. Mt- room. I tar carport. hrtrk One TRANSFERREDOWNERS lIlA Area Property ManaierVA
    CJI UDCIRClAUlfllD Area Property ....
    private b."". on atty "... : Adult. 1030 takewood co..I.THRla . n-4J41. MS7M4.MODUIN 4103. rear old Phone M(7 1-4931 or .I.P
    MO
    llo*. 12t Comkee Fund Ideal APS ROO' ..11\. .."... ..DOS" TWO bedroom .uplel'or t- SO(.

    home for eupl. Mt4,7tAIR .. ._.. Near kcepltalWalkln .. ....., aod achool. 510 146 Farms Crovti RonchoOROVB MUST SELL. Three bedroom CB
    CONDITIONED efflclencfprivate ( dlilaoc to lore. M0 _nib. See .warr till SouthTenneeee lIou.. (10700. air conditioner
    patte near Rutehlnaaaa 130 Fvrnhhed Ho>i.. .101 I *. nd.opcO> Will Silo S.**04 1805 ELM ROADNew NO 'k
    ..ort** 8I-3U7 SAY-SELL
    BARGAIN. 10 acre meat >*
    riorta
    Golf Coura* 4104 Florida DUPLEX THREE I.... e tra COTTAOB EFFICIENCY Oua er
    A..a.. 1-mo BEDROOM borne Adult ..... allricUr.lr furnuhed. clean two penona. tlO weekly 1.10Oaod. ly 0.*..'... T ,.ar.s Id. Oood rHREE: BKDKOOM CB 1300 do..l.nce .
    LOVELY' Cl.Os5 la one .. twebedroom uniT. No POlL 110I......... SIsouth room. Hear BouUiaalo inopplncal .... Avanue. aaJ4133F1VS boot. SortS tekelaad OtOOO. -. 18400 MS It mom Mil BASTOIf TERRACE NOW lliting-2-3 BR block!
    >(" down AIM adlolnlni SVkaorea 103 Webster ,... REDUCED TO (90.3M. I bedroom home ''
    Automatic elecUlo krORICLOBlD tile bath
    carport. Bo pet. 417 ValenciaW permanaat. mldenu. 503IMO boa. tour alop _... til. bath ROOMS. clean, nice flooriprlvale a raan ...nl",. MileolmThoma IO."a'lII IV. BaUia. Florida. Room la RIot Family ONE .
    ranie c :
    South laM lit weekly Inolndux .-. entrance aUtO downtowaar *. .(..nl.1 Bart aod'.... Priced Property Section. Well to room double carport J 3
    MICE APARTMENT II.., floorelectrla 7 O BEDROOMS. oompleMlruraUhed Only elactrlolty hot bua and irecery Iteaaonaul. Realtor (0-I71I. RKPOHS E S S E O Wall earpetlnc In Ltrlnt Koom & ..
    ""''''D. ahewer no peU.AdulU. 411 Weet ..... Mt u>. and llihtlni ., MU to-tail arialn la many Lakeland area. and Dlnlni Ro. ... Urapeithrouihout. storage utility room-
    1M1 Soulb Florida A_ per month. DrIft. bf. thes eall -4316 water.. and aewar Chan AIR CONDITIONED corner .paI- 20 YEAR TERMS Mel Rudy Realtor I83J &. Memorial Counter Top Mann double' corner lot shade PLAYS I
    Da.. R C. Lela Dick I ReeJtr 1011 Blvd M-4IOT. and Wall Oven SuIts Lane
    meat new electric klu-hoa
    trees Well
    jIffIES ROOMH. air _.11_.... (ait Main phono MU V(11224t CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN. Adult. no pet. N* yard work 14 swiss. 31 sterN la IT ,.., old ITHIlIIa hiDRooM. III biOs; Patio 117000 Commitment. &:I.113..H. .- established
    tile both. ."'., lurnuhed 1044 WEBIR elo. two '""....... toe for adaltai. U ln* room bed. Ml CharleiTHAI. 19 ..... In :S year old complete Itorldo roo.... .Ir .adltlaned. neighborhood. 10500. Easy

    Soul .......... Phone tl-4tl4. ....... .,1. Adult. Bo .*... room elecui kitchen AtenueXTRA bath.. 401 AIR eondttlenlnt ..DdbuIlD. irevo caretaklx equipment withirruatloa. fenced. yard Real bartaln In avery Call PhyllU JiltS Ill -mj down payment and terms that musical umrument
    2304 ......la. ".11.'. $53. tM6007 lath TeBneaae .. I4all llvlni room two borne. Price only (I.. dnirabla location: till (It48(1 BvanlMi an* Sunday
    POOR ROOMS, fnd floor Well MICE two bedroom do- bedroomi. ..11 b.D with built-in 100 per acre Mo so Call JimPowara or soooOUTIIIIIDS RO1200. any more .ell It! Dial
    furauhed. Iliht SIr.. Yearly rental lei. M Al. farnrthed three with T .. Tucker, it.
    ill South Iowa.SVa TWO OR three bedroom "'a... air ( o ,ui*. tuilty room 'nt Park Bill. $ MW: OUUloe city BEERMAN REALTY
    rondlUonln and aentral bosOn room eettaia. KM Clark Realty Call D. K:. .u lien. tl-tol Realtor, MU -7173. three bedroom that will Silo R. M. MARLER MU -llt1 to start the

    BLOCKS from 0011.... Uvlni Very comfortable Nut door to (6-4011. tttwilgj twin bed. Walkluf dlitano am a MB AV*. MU 'JIM
    room. kitchen with dlnlni area. Santa P. Hlch Sotiool. Reaaraabl BKDROOMft. lane rlMcta.jened CATTLE RANCH for .ale or trade ihonplni and elementary ichool Inexpensive Clantflsd Ad
    ,
    bedroom bath. Call MO 0-otM rant MO 1-<<|M. :"" porehe* enreUent .South.ilde ; LOW 1:" PLAT four room. No by owner Ml acre with I farm Across ilreet from SouthwMl Realtor LMLS & SON
    ., MU 3.2354.P.ZDKCORATtD. lor.tloa. Hental ea annual children no pot. Ja. Bouth Mia- houaa. one I acre lake, tood tun.ni Junior High. W... WIndsor atreet that brings you cash
    TWO bedroom"furnlebed CLEAN. FOUR room dunlci. I.... lts.0 WI 3-3u3, ...... apply 320 South ..... . and 4 email I..... Include. off South Lincoln Avenue. Model, LMLA Realtor.
    porch conoenlent loeation. *M. 900 head of Ass.. cattle. I "... under MOVE IN AND buyers lastCLAttlFltO
    apartment .. T33 oonitrurllon. Pull Informa- 401 > Mala 51 .
    larari Mobile Hesset MU ..01
    dull 139
    *. (04321. looa Boon Unfurnhhod Nouns
    tore fitS machinery and I pick tlon call after
    Booth FlerM Avenue. Air eondltloned. 4 P m. ((*-.0 10 START LIVING
    Pliti
    up. Oood fenelni. 400 arm permanenl ;:
    WaterfurBlahad
    .1 lurM. ONE BEDROOM furntihew traOr lesSors. 110 ..,... In .... TUBES BEDROOM CB. Ilka newcorner .
    Phone MTJ I.u TWO BEDROO" "0"., Cloun. ALSO PARTLT furnl.hed. I aadkedraoaa.
    SUItS.
    56001 'Dlabod Bcrtftod.1II for rank Call MO 2-,.... I .... Kady Realtor 11.101.n" '..nl... on lot, oil heat eondltlonlni. III thl* beautifully furnl.h.d I
    >> 010*. Widow olnt norm. (1313JI icdroora C B burns.
    five ml).. Oleamtnthardwood
    While Sprloii Hlibwar
    MB 1197
    porch. carport. 54502. CLEAN MODERN turnUhed kouMtrailer Bt Memorial Blvd. (**
    FIVE' ROOMS. ......b... 1..,. yard. Oood llvln eon.diuoru. SIC'TUNFUaNIMUKO. I... at LI.. Oak (WO per acre floors make cleanlni . .DISPLAY_:
    new upbolatery. ......Ua weiher TWO BEDROOMS. lot,. roamdlnlni *.. uottos00.CUIIUM furaUhed* Bu*. Term. Phone 381-33(3. Live Oak FOR BALe by owner Two bedroom .. eaeler and llvlnt better. Located
    MO. 74* Rnehln MU "3011. room, kitohen. bath. 1114 DUPLBX S bedroom P'1 rld.. er 489 34(7 Lakeland. CB. Strawberry near Lake Parker and the hoe
    Hill
    553.3011.p5117g. Bub.
    Holly Road CaU ((....... I'ID-Ill weekly *, carport S blocks echoola.Soathfato Jill Strawberry Ltne. pltaL Beat of all It I. SALE '
    TWO ROOMS Oulet 4.sotw..ud CLEAN ".u., for rent (80. 13 IS Carolina. Lot loIn PRICED (t 111.100. RIO-I tal.KEN' .
    let. Prlr
    floor. all .l.etrl*. water POUR ROOM hem Carport Nlreoalat Income (4 loo lIons ATwater
    .. lam trailer( lot, patio, .0bus oM-4071 or 6U40MMt 147 Property 4.*8 tartuhed lummar rat**, (dull*. location. AdulU prefrrrodNo M-IMI. Mrade. FloridaBV Ii'
    MO 15505.ThRzi6o. pilL Ml Looilellow. Phone line MODERN twa bedroom dw- UWNI:.. HARRISRealtor
    New
    two b.drount
    BM-J113 TWO BEDROOM 4H10 trailer pl... .lMtrl* ..tell.... .n.auo or TWO DUPLEXES (four apart.menta frame ho,..
    for .. .
    Ma and ball'. newly AdulUummer or ilioo Ench.nior LMLA CUT VACANCY
    5S24901.
    decorated Blcely funtifted. WI.S. TWO iEDRooMs, alertrl kllohra Beautiful landwapln > kitchine 'u'.I.b. AirooadIIiOll. down (91 per monUi. Phone 1001 B. Florida Avenu
    .. fan Oft atreet parklai (41Cumberland (IS month "Bs-36.lt week.dar 155. MIll SOIlS Fieri CLKAM TWO bedroom dplse.Isros .... Eirellant return on MU I.jtotajit (...3101
    after I, all day Baturdayand d. MU 'lilt. c........ slum to .....*.. lao,Inveitment Phone 5034521. tHRER LAWI USED TRUCKS
    Bunday. Oweola Inquire MB Palmetto iirsotiaot; Iwo bo..... In .doom.. sIr TIME.
    I'"4 BLOCRS from ollee Twobedroom. 134 MiblU Hwm UH tosldltlcOod Oo P0151 cirportLeallabI.
    .. Ilvlii room dlnlni X>' (21 0I<'t01.. DMtrable TWO BKUROOM CB hoiuo. Newly .Industrial aonln area Reduced for Imm.dI.te ooco. . AND TRACTORS
    room lart* kllchn ecreen ponk for couple only 4ulet lihbor.. I decorated threuahout. WaUrfurnuhed Leahy. Realtor, 710 north Maaa., ...n... 13. Alma .".." Cell ..
    and bath Pbene MTJ 4-O43I orMO hood Near ".. and (tore*. Kelar* SHADY LOTS attulflettoard modra (M mentn 114J &.11\oo, Mt4341DUPLEX 01 3-1113. I '11 55'ISNT5855L Y. '"

    S-J384CLASSIflCD. rbrio.O0l$2U.CLASlFtD_ iMUIUea and leindrr tItus Clean raetfoomaihowwre ren.leJ .. 1 lee* Road. Call (*t4I(7MOOKKB . CB, 100 a..alfl" each OAROALNFBOAUTIPUL mederahorn rent with Classified Ads. 5.V.56. *5mlpeud 61 I u50 ':". =::::

    DISPLAY DISPLAY tratleri Three mtlaa Bad '1. BIIAU. HOUB& four mItes, sat: Ud*. sad (arrmoruiaae *. three bedroom Itfc b.Ui' I 5.0641... ., .........- I
    .- Phone U-404. D.d. CII Ib15b.56. .11 ....: Owner nit-tool fine corner lot. convenient loreUon. I Room apartment house, 'OIFOSO I eoneWne Vae
    563.1740.. HOME-INCOME Properly fnr .. ., near Crrital Lake ".100 godsos.rss reedy ** M.
    FIVE ACRES with well and eeptla cam far aqullr Drive by ail store Want Ads ... Me
    0. .In.r U7 N. TonD. Av.000.Pies sIoP . bring
    tank paeod roadthada lid TWO bedroom duplei. room home with Florid luehlo.s Avenue. Call owner P fROM '*>"MALL CUB with euttl'

    arden apac*. ..- romlabed.Kitchen pnllanrea MU 2-3.11.and Valor room and t.. bedroom.. AIM two l(..711(8. Malcolm Thorn. you tenants fast. Dial MU di.vetvre, turn'ert pIo.c.llveri.Cemelerei vaneem

    LAKE BONNt Pour Star Mobile four room apartment and dou FOR RETIREMENT home with only float
    B_. Park New lanaet toss InLakeland. Its teraaa. Oood Flrat Federal Income rented Three bedroom ,.)151.
    HlcB and dry. Muatelpal 3027 REDWOOD R a 11 n ( for InanoUx CaD frame and taraia apartment. Iwo ((I TNI NOW INTtBy .
    oleetrto, valor sad aevermeur TREES BEDROOM TWO BATH M4-437S after I p m. lot., Bouthiide. Owner pad (13.. YOUR PHONf 56110241 GUS C"D.T
    ... .... Black. a 10 H P. BIDINO
    (... II. C. HO08B OOOD NIIOHBOK-: Ails CONDITIONED duplelSouUuld . 10.1 000 make an ofler. Call t -34ljCUTE LAWN an* AND OABDtMTBACTOBB
    new Ore.e Park Bbopploa COBter. HOOD. CFB US Near ..II....
    LUXlltlO4lI W.nUtOla AI'TL CONVSNItNT location. TWO bedroom CB on I I MOWS ANACBS
    Oood lake fuhlnc and boa*
    .. J ABOUT THB FK1CB BKFOP.S overlooklni Lake RolllMiwerUi. aria lot. Two blocki WooS IN AM MOUai Call
    4 I J ""- I. I'". 5mMf m*. Bmaa pet*, l(4 North Cryatal Con
    TOO RENT Call Leilla Orla>ard. Broker, tU tral MU 1-4117 lee 0 wmrw
    Avenue School (7900 4*
    IXCLUIIVI nATUtaCONPI.IT1 Late DrI_ kCU "- .'J3. JOE P. BRIDGES out. er eta-1140 ...Dln... O I. ...o.t..... .M-1370. by scanning the Ledger ltr.tin.

    I ; aICIIATIOH INT"CONDOooII..U. 35 looms Fir Riirt ual .. PIotldi A... 11 RES BEDROOM two balh C.hou. CLAU''IIDD''LA'' __ '. I
    Dan p1.04: taa-a1l4 148 Waterfront Property ... (350 .0... WO7M3 Want Ads. You'll find everything1 Many more
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    after I'30 pm.
    3ue4 ...TItle Pdtp T. by. Apossues >ROE ROOM _.... Bear baa THRU BEDROOM short Crr.. SILL YOUR CAR fe cnooie from
    food $5,050 AND f4S 'II MO OenUemaB prof..... or man and lii l.sks A.... CII... Call MU S. SACRIFICE O E D A U .."ID. OUR BEDROOM. frame home IDDIII.load. ' you need.CLASSIFIED TO US
    Only MOO Down QU'LLIANINTERNATIONAL
    wife. Price. .._.bta. MO 11306Otcu 0'181. (IvSO :J bedroom Bevel .tone payment WI PAY TOP PftlCIS FOR
    ; 44.44 '-0 5.o..* '- Ii ""'nlltW bone.. ""0. Cub or ...... (000 Drive by 131 Wait I
    CLEAN too.. 0000 65 DIals.hod. 110 WIIKLT tints and re.Iruitralor :Hancock than soIl MU 3-4111 10 ANY CLIAN USED CARS.
    ... 041f ... 5...... II A.M..tI ,"'" CoO M1J 5.1133.st. furnlihed If d..I'.. Lara lota from 10.t.. I* off on nee InildeHPOTLEaa.
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    MU I-OJ33 I LoU Bt Dirk Realty. 1011 list

    TWO BEDROOM .boll. with FlorIda Mall St. Phono MU -(133: I $50 PER MONTHS

    DIIPLAV room. tIltS to school and "..
    BUT A beautiful lakefronl. trailer and 1 bedroom tram how .
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    : lae. .1tO month At 2147 MonlteeUo loS for that ito mobile hom..
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    MARVIUNt. Madam CB
    Minimum dawn parment
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    home. *... yard ...., aecfaas lie. ed. Bt-MIB. mornluii only I and you move In. For Information. I

    Clark Realty. W-4031. I phon Monday tbrouio. Friday *

    CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMESWhere II I,. *t door Walk ItSosthoit. 151 Real Estate Exchange 10 ..

    ato 7r *. bedruem.air rnnditUinediMa eepar,1 I MU 2-6116 I

    month' bfU 6-tBOQ HAVB ROUSE- ".001I qulty*
    CLEAN TWO bedraom CB hone* I will trade for any item valued
    Low Prices Are Born And Never Raised kr70sm' Cttra nice. Call .it (1(00 IM-4347 or Mt0333WIU. $61.85 PER MONTHTwo

    EXCHAMOE S bedroom du
    r/NPURNUIHED THHtX badronmmaeonrt plei apartment In Jackaonvllle for bedroom CB bam Bt 1010,
    "We cordially invite you to visit and Iso.. ISO. Also two .. property la Lakeland We.t Canal In Rawla Park Pay.
    bedrooni now*. (JO. P1**.... MOIIS laooo ra".*. Call Slt-avM for moot Includ. tain, In.uranceprincipal :
    5.0720.FIVE ,
    inspect our selection of fine Mobil. Homes"AT 1'om.Una. and lnlere.... latO down
    HOOM home. Two bed-
    I TKADEHI WE cot 'em! W* mak.nil < par men t,
    room. hindS room. One block '. Call ua Kiy Ken Hurl,
    bua. Dear eobool and ebirchea Mltor-Enhantor. 8o-31Bl. PHOXB 5524115CUSTOM I
    NerUi.ld UllKJTt after S pmHODBI .

    743 East Memorial Blvd. ,( Next to McDonald's ) FOR _I. or rent. locaUed 152 Rtol Estate Wanted
    : at Carter a Corner OB BaloeDrive.
    Phone 682.8656 I Phone MO "' 1I1a.i .

    LIST YOURPROPERTY BUILT I

    i* REAL ESTATE WITH US


    ONE BEDROOM 144 Acrooge, lots For Sale I If 'Shorty* cat"t SELL It. BORN ALL BRICK HOMES I

    IT Down. H. L. UUiorty Palmer
    Wai SALE LAND BUT-10K tare etmt- Realtor. LMLA. 104 S Ten.eaaa .
    elear*. pine \& *" (W per acre. Arena Pnone MTJ S-1171. I
    1144 .er. cattle ranch fenced and Neil to .. T...",. A... .....11I. 110 dawn payment en your lot
    FRONTIER 3895 raa ,..-. Corral sad KadiMckate LoU MALL, down payment en our ...
    ,, '.,0' $4695 *. (M per _.. M acre .tI I

    only IMO. (1KM .... JOO acre. WE Oft ,..WII'' Need. Union
    II bead of cattle, only 110._. for tale ..". .. Mel Rod. rtealu .

    MAGNOLIA .,,,,0- $4495 3695 JOOB acre Ord.o.. four. BiUea 11.& from htohwaytrantaie . Crpreea r. H37 ..., Memorial, MS-4107 IMPERIAL WITHIN YOUR REACH !

    only (70 per aore. See
    B. O. Sal, or 5.'l. oardner 153 Homos Fer Sale CONSTRUCTION co.

    RITZCRAFT ?*? . . $4895 $3949 VIsas Dick* MU Realty(.(131.PASTVM IOU. Cut Mala. THREB BEDROOM CB one bath INC. ,I It)'oU'v.loDladmlr the Lincoln! Continental you've aspired to ow*

    56'xlO' LAND .00 acne back Stove yard and I2M refruteralor,..'". MU Fenced 0-4W77 one-don't you think It'. smart to step up to Continent.! luxury and
    ART CRAFT 5395 411 So Pie. Av .
    Early Amer. Deco, $6395 's eod tell. Hear...Plant. _City.,. aemlcleared. Only- ,.<.., s P.... I prestige at a price comparable to the look-alike middle-price cars' ? Our

    I'tlto per tcr* Term I'. down TWO BEDROOM noun with'M-1ISI 5804035CLASIIFIID "like-new" '62 and '63 Continentals five you this opportunity with compl .

    Hee N U oud...., R. C. Ula er 'Mretned porcn Extra lob i te safety Most
    Ray 1C. Ul M Dick RJty mile eutald .11,. ".000. Phone are doubly warranted by the unused new Continental

    TWO BEDROOM 1011 teat Main phone .*4l33montk. :054-3044. I ..warranty special dealer warranty. We invite your Inspection todsy

    P1V.SCRS 0:54.. .11 ,._ IU OtSPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
    Was Mel Rudy Realtor 1(27
    SALE a Memorul llod.VU 44107OROVB COUNTRY CLUB

    FRONTIER 50x10 $5495 $4895 LAND 10 acre* pin. .' CONTINENTALS
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    and saiL Beautiful bIoS. lead.wand .1 I

    _lieD taidand. flat laodraoll. LIKE-NEW CONDITION AND FULLY WARRANTED
    STAR 50x10 $4500 $3995 Price taM per ..... Terme I at
    ::111110 '... See S. ... oardnor.

    TITAN 51x10 $4400 $3995 I Dick R. C'* Lei RrJty or, 1011 Ry K.last Lei.at,: '(1 C.56ssslsl l S.4... Hny lilf with inichm IxieoH.* "*."' '' intrir. failly4uipe

    PkoB 5155132.COMBEE OVER <1 wISh' rettery wlr dsfid0.0bO.!, Laokj SB. *) aVitrti $
    I 4 5 9 5
    PACEMAKER 50x10 . $4400 $3895 I MANOR ..... ... like brand new .

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    CHOICB 0UU.D1G.luu. l $4495
    14*. directly behind MM Showroom c..llitl.. . . . . . . . . . . .
    isI Hettht Blvd.* Cud MT> S: CARS

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    Cite),Hoilmf, low IIIi'*..* BB*) fully t*..*"t..tI. aBOk( $QOOC

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    furniture buys? There are 310 No. Florida Ave.

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    Monday LAKELAND,April 21, ItM LEDGER,'
    Navy Assembling All-Nuclear Fleet] "SUPER-RIGHT" EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY

    Some Votes I
    I By FRED A HOFFMAN speed over great distances, and The Navy has submitted Enterprise cost $474 million,
    WASHINGTON (AP-For the'very long endurance because strong arguments for construction -Long Beach nearly $130 the'l'
    Hoped For First time, the Navy la about t o, nuclear ships are free of refueling .I I
    ,
    of more atomic warships and the Bainbridge more Beef
    form all US nuclear-powered vessels and shore bases. ) Ground
    In SenateWASHINGTON surface warships Into a single Certain Navy leaders would but so far the high cost has $160 million I
    'I'carrier task group, it was like to put an all-atomic task,stood In the way. Part of these high prices were;
    learned today group through its paces In the The first three American nuclear -attributable to the three ships
    (AP-Senate 1 No other nation, so far as Is wide expanses of the Pacific or warships were completedafter being pie first of their kind under .
    leaders are hoping for a firs known, is capable of sending to, the Indian Ocean. their costs. spiraled. The atomic power Ii
    vote the civil bill late - -------- ----- ----------
    on : rights
    sea such an all-atomic naval Both In Atlantic 7---- iiiioiii
    this week. striking force The 14,200.ton Long Beach is' $
    Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
    The Navy told The Associated Consolidate Your BillsYou < y
    ,
    D-Minn.. floor manager for the Press, in response to questions at Portsmouth Va. and the
    Bainbridge Is at Charleston, S.C.
    House-passed measure, wants
    the missile cruiser
    that
    guided-
    a test on some of the 35 amendments The Navy" said the 7,600-ton
    Beach and the
    Long frigate Bainbridge and the Enterprisehave be able to cut
    on tile."We've Bainbridge will head for the may Lb.Pkg..
    teamed before, and so ,
    up a
    got a sit-In in the Senate Mediterranean late this month.
    by the filibusterers" he have the Enterprise and the
    Vessels Worth Billion present obligationsin .
    Long Beach "but never all your
    said in an interview as the Senate Once in the Mediterranean ,
    headed Into a seventh weekof three together.
    these atomic
    two propelled half less.
    The only other U.S. nuclear or
    debate "We should ask themto warships will Join the 85.000-ton
    surface warship under construction -
    help conduct business in the carrier with
    proper and responsible mannerwe the U.S.Enterprise 6th Fleet In already these waters Is the frigate Trux- Mr. "M" was trying to pay $282.00 per month. Hit
    want demonstrators to follow tun, which is to be launched in combined payments were cut to $150.00 per month. \ta t Parker Sandwich. Rolls 2/39e
    ." Together, these three vessels October Mrs. "K" was paying $275.00 per month and soma "$" "-Right" WESTERN BEEF MINUTE
    Some Voting Expected represent construction cost of of her accounts were in the hands of the Credit '
    nearly $I billion Bureau. She hod ben turned down on a $3,000.00
    Humphrey said he expects Operating In the relatively re- acid loan from two lending institutions. Through our CUBEDSTEAK
    some voting Friday. or Satur stricted Mediterranean probably system she was able to obtain $12,000, consolidate
    day won't permit a full test of the Indigestion? her bills, clear her credit and repay the money with
    There is no sign, though, that
    of carrier task month.
    capabilities a only $120.00 per
    the 19 Southern senators
    opposed -force' run entirely on atomic Mr. and Mrs. "S" were paying out $400.00 per
    to the bill are ready to
    let on their verbal power month and got their payments combined and low ,,
    up protests These features are great I Slop It Hit* away with TUMS ered to $48.00 per month. I,11 tf4
    against it
    antacid teblete. Today good
    For its 35th consecutive session tailing TUMS Ire fortified- Mr. and Mrs. "W" combined their payments and illJ
    on civil rights, the Senate Deck Officers relief speed,soothing,. neutrelli MSI ell potency excese lowered their obligations from $500.00 to $150.00per
    was called in two hours early acid . nl'.... you from tM month. Lb. 37cN
    trip of in tcid-irrltiMd stomach For Financial Service Informations Coll 752.2450
    and expected to meet Into the -completely, gently .n the
    night, as was the case' last Open MeetingMIAMI loot Wouldn.t you Ilk* met Days, or John T. Cockrell 752-5040, Nights
    week Quickly effective,
    Humphrey hinted at round BEACH (AP) Dele- hrh potency relieflrellpeck10 Financial
    ServiceDivision
    I the-clock sessions last week but gates; representing 11,000 )II- m
    censed deck officers'of the International
    made no advance effort to extend -
    hours today Both Democratic Organization of Masters of
    Leader Mike Mansfieldand Mates and Pilots (AFL- Cockrell Enterprises, Inc. Special! Jane 'arhrPEACH
    Republican Leader Everett CIO) open their 56th biennial
    M. Dirksen have said they don't convention today 104 E. Haines St. P.O. Box 168 Plant City, Fla.We've s
    favor marathon sessions. I The union represents deck of-
    So far debate has been at a icers of the deepsea, inland,
    monotonous pace most days Great Lakes merchant marine) PIETHORO1
    with a cheerful exchange of rail-marines and other skilled Moved. . to
    harbor personnel in more than 1
    courtesies between opposing
    camps. 40 ports in the continental U.S., 118 W. Lemon St. .Lb.
    Mississippi; Takes 2 Days Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the .. 39"
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    For example Mississippi's two LANIER
    senators, Democrats John Sten BLEND Special! Jane darker
    nls and James 0 Eastland I TUNGROC VARNISHES UPSHAW INC.
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    the and Super Marine Jane Parker White Enriched Bread
    Friday Saturday sessions Complete /ntpronco Service/

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