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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 21, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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U. S. Quietly Producing Deadly Nerve GasEDITOR'S

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a NOTE-At a plant drop, breathed or soaked into toxic" than any commercial pipes, furnaces, pumping! tower 1
In western Indiana, the United the skin can km chemical. and reaction vats. At one point

WASHINGTON (AP) u.s. States makes a deadly nerve At the end of an assembly line An Army publication says the product looks like frozen i

.and Soviet announcements of gas In a race to stay ahead of laced with 40 miles of pipes, the only that the gas can "cause milk !
parallel plant to reduce produc any aggressor, Just "10 he won't liquefied gas Is poured into death within four I minutes" A In a separate building, the
tion of nuclear weapons mate- be rockets, land mines and artil congressional report say less gas Is pumped into rockets and
rial brought questions from ; tempted. lery shells-destination secret than a minute's exposure can other munitions by automatic
some members of Congress to- \ The facility, housed In a former kill equipment In a sealed compartment .
day u to how Soviet good faith By JAMES R. POLK atomic energy installation "This stuff here was original

could be checked. NEWPORT, .Ind (AP-ln a now known as the Newport ly developed as an Insecticide," The equipment fills the rocket
Comment a( the Capitol tend. cloistered complex of buildings Chemical Plant, Is the nation's says a vice president of the Xrays it to measure the contents -
ed to split on partisan lines. on a hill In western Indiana, the major supply) center for nerve FMC Corp which operates the rinses and dries it, and
Republicans said it appearedan United States brews and bottlesone gas It has been In operation 24 plant under'' a government con checks for leaks
informal agreement had of war's deadliest weapons. hour a day for three years tract. From Newport the .rockets

been reached lacking provisions It is nerve gas a stealthy Details on the gas are secret, The chemicals which form the and artillery shells are shippedin
for Inspection and verification. assassin. that Is odorless, tasteless but a'plant official describes it nerve gas are mixed and boiled, "normal Army supply chan

Democrats Approve and virtually invisible. A as "hundreds :of times more in a plumber' nightmare of (Turn to Page 2-A, Column I)

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Many Democrats approved the - - - - - - - -
decision President - - - - .
Johnson announced - -
Monday in an address
to the' annual luncheon of The

Associated publishers ,in Press New for York.newspaper They Castro Warns U.S. About

stressed conclusions belief that of American It was basedon mil

itary authorities
that the United
'State no longer needed to add
to its stockpile of nuclear
weap

..ons The material President's action requires Deadly Nerve Gas Reconnaissance

no formal approval by Flightsprevent

Congress but undoubtedly wUl T.*.. artillery sWIs filt 4 with a deadly sine |.i th.t
.figure In floor debates later on c.* C."M death within four mlnutei ire tnt In this .*... .t
military policy and budgets. the N.wp.ft O.mlc.l Mt n* In disclosing the .cutback aII.I" she .m.y.WJ tAP WIt.h...)
Johnson said, "I am happy to1 Cubans Might Soon
say that Chairman Khrushchev
has now Indicated to me that he
intends to make a move in this ,
same direction." Get Russian RocketsHAVANA :iLefi
Shortly after Johnson's announcement '
the White House RACE FOR GOVERNOR

disclosed that since last DeL 10 (AP) The Castro government Monday
when the nuclear test-ban treaty 1
became effective the United Mathews night rejected U. S. claims to the right to send reconnaissance

States has obtained important Blasts I planes over Cuba and warned that it will

information from its underground defend Cuban air space.

testing program. Foreign Minister Raul Roa
signed a threateningTwoHour
Program More ExtensiveA note to the U. S. governmentafter
Charge By BurnsBy Washington warned that
report to Johnson by Secretary .h. T ,
of Defense Robert S. Mo: Its planes will continue to fly
over Cuba and that use of Soviet
Namara and Chairman Glenn THE
ASSOCIATED PRESSA clal troubles were not setting missiles
them
T. Seaborg of the Atomic Energy charge of Irresponsibility any precedent that the same create "a against highly dangerous would ,
Commission disclosed that I was Burled at Jacksonville Ma- things had happened in many situation." ParkingPlanOkayed w ,,
the U.s. tat program had been yor Haydon Burns by his hometown cities. He predicted more such '
more extensive than the 2Q underground opponent Sen. John Mathews incidents and charged that they In his note, delivered to Swiss

explosions announced ,,4n the quickening governorship were politically motivated. Ambassador Emit Stadelhofer }
during the last eight month*, campaign Monday. t{; ,. for transmission to the United
"Important Information has \ Fereetsts HarmFormer''Sei States, Roa replied: H Lakeland city commissioners
Mathfw said Burn itatemenMnat *
been obtained on new jKapons lawyers were trained FredO. Dickinson -'Jbe U.S. government would yesterday gave approval for r t b bw )
design and weapon, effects," told supporter in Pensacola bear responsibility exclusivelyfor two-hour.oiKhe-street parking i
deceit "a blanket
in was contfemnatlon -
they said. "The Nghest-yield of in that the President's: civil.rlghtt .creating this.dangerous.sifc- ,net the reinstatement, of twomty .145
lawyer
nuclear device rvet'det.taled. the state,\a mark every of hla (Burns']) bill wouSl .Sarta the entire free ..tlon by violating national air bylf 1 a parking parkland lots shop now leased x 45 I

In the continental United States Irresponiibil'ty and a lack of enterprise system of labor and space and lnorlnllnternatlc.rnI; which should be available group '
to
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war' tired underground at the management law. 4 l-
\ the dignity he talks about as a downtown shoppers by May 1. _
Nevada test site. Weapons' effects necessary attribute In a gover Dickinson said if the bill Cuba Disputes Right Commissioners
teats have been carried outTurn nor" passed, labor would be told how voted to>> cancel ,
-'The government of Cuba the leases. on the two>> _
( to Page 3-A. Column 7) Burns said Jacksonville's ra. could many join persons its organization of each ,race and' does not, recognize any right city-owned parking lots opera I
claimed by the U.S. government
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management for such violation and rejects .
New Ward Store entirely It. note of March 27, .rte. finishing Touches for World's Fair
lie said the bill would destroythe 1864 In
which It ratifies cynically Polk Woman .
I seniority system of organized its aim to maintain these spyng V.rkm." lobor In a eViil' N by sad to till Cturt .f the States ./Hit New Y.rk WwU's
/ labor and set for
membership in unions quota Dickinson "flights over Cuban terri Arrested In Mr" a tfcty sad .Hi.it r.c. she clock to far* ell I* mJIntM for ,Hi. pnlnf, if the Fair to.m .
Opens Tomorrow pledged that he Would work tort' .".*.. The Unliphtr, the ,.','1 tymfcct, tte4i .t rf>. .itt *f Hie Pair ttiit,will ran until
with the state's congressional "These blackmailing and Fund Shortage St,..mbtr, .f nu. AP Wlnphoto)

Lakeland' Dew Montgomery Lakeland for the past 22 delegation for defeat of the billif threatening statement will not BARTOW
Tighten the Cuban people or A year-old
Ward store on Memorial years. elected. them from -defendingwith Homeland woman was arrested Workmen Rush To CompleteWorld's
Boulevard win, open at I:30 The new store offers 120 KeOy Renews Pledge dignity and courage their today in connection with a I
o'clock tomorrow in ceremonies 000 square feet of floor space "I' would feel duty bound and sovereignty and their rights." shortage of funds In the county
including the main store 14- conscience driven to defeat such Roa said the Cuban welfare office, Sheriff Monroe .
>>
government
In which both
company car service center and out. Brannen
bill" he said. "ha announced Fair For Its OpeningNEW
protested
a repeatedlyagainst
officials and civic leader will door and seasonal sales areas. Brannen said I Margeret
In all. there will be 47 merchandise Scott Kelly of Lakeland re- these flagrant violations ChewnltiB.. a lifetime resident -
take part departments coverIng newed his pledge to reorganize of Cuba sovereignty and the of the Bartow YORK (AP-A small guests invited to attend the village and a few other displays,
area, was arrested
Officially opening the store a wide selection of personal the state road department if most elementary principles of on a warrant Issued by army of workmen-many of opening day ceremonies in the will not be able to accommo
S. Donnell of International law which endanger them from weeks of fair's Bowl Gov NelsonA. date visitors for week
will be Edward and household items. elected. He laid at Baldwin County Judge Richard Bran weary Singer a or j
Baltimore vice president and The Lakeland store, the and Fernandina Beach that he International peace and security son, charging grind larceny. stepped operations raced Rockefeller and Mayor Rob more.
eastern region manager for seventh Urge retail store understood the business of road ." Bond was set at'II,000. today to get the New YorkWorld's ert F, Wagner are to attend. Various setbacks caused delays
Montgomery Ward. Other Ward has opened In Florida building and would work to wipe Prime1 Minister Fidel Castro The shortage nearly $!,- Fair ready for Wednesday's Officials of the multimilllon In their building plans but
company officials to participate will employ about 300 men out Inequities among the 67 had warned In a speech Sunday 500 came to light several opening. dollar exposition said the fair a fair spokesman said they are t
will include Keith A. and women. About 85 per cent counties night that Cuba would no longer months ago when Mrs. Mil Laat-minute construction and will be better than BO per cent so situated that they will offer
Brooks, metropolitan district of the employe are from the In addition, Kelly said he tolerate violations of Its sovereignty dred Harvey director of social other work went on through the completed for the 9 aim. open' little inconvenience to visitors.
manager and Harold T. Dos- Lakeland area. would ee to it that road money by American planes and services for the county night under floodlights Ing I No Estimate Made
tar, who has been the manager The new store is located at Implied the use of force to stop told county commissioners she Among those in the vanguardof Still to be handled are some
of the Ward store in 102 E. Memorial Blvd. Turn to Page 2-A, Column () such flights. had records showing the receipt 70 million persons expectedto cleanup chores, laying of Fair officials admit they can
of the funds by her office visit the exposition during its patches of sod and minor construction not estimate how many persons
Shot Down
U2
but no records slttnvlng two six-month runs will be President on buildings which will will visit the fair opening day
One American reconnaissance the money had been turned Johnson I open for visitors Wednesday, regardless This could be partially attributed
plane a high.altitude U2, was over to the circuit clerk's office The President Is to fly from to announced plans of civil f
shot down over Cuba during the where such funds are Washington to address 16,000 Some larger areas, a foreign rights group to cause a massive .
October 1982 missile crisis, ap deposited. traffic jam along roadway
parently by the same kind of Brannen said that in his Investigation * leading to>> the fair

missile the Russians are expect it was learned The (46 acre fairground, in
ed to turn over to Cuban control that a government check for Auto 'Stall-In1/ Plans Go Flushing Meadow Park U laced

is soon $99 had been deposited in with broad'macadam and cement ,
y A State Department spokes Mrs Chewning's account at tree shaded walkwaysand
man in Washington said Mon the Citrus and Chemical Bank, On Despite Court OrderNEW vehicular arteries along
day U.S. flights over Cuba "area of Bartow on Jan. 28, 1963.Mrs. which visitor will amble and
substitute for the on-sfght In. Chewnmg had for a number YORK ride In buses to and from
(AP) The without buying tickets. I exhibits D
pection agreed to by the Soviet of years been employed cy World Fair auto .tall-In" .
set There that tral-
were report
which the welfare department he
In October 1962, but
ssid for opening day Wednesday leon fie anarlin, will be conducted' Rising high over most fair
Fidel Castro refused to permit"Rally
He added that Mrs. Chewn- despite a court order forbidding In other cities in sympathy with buildings! is the Unisphere a
ing had admitted depositingthe it, civil rights organizers the New York demonstration. : missive, stainless steel model
check but admitted nothing say Chicago and Detroit were of the world-setting the fair's
TonightAt further They plan to have 2,000 cars among the larger cities where theme: "Peace Through Under
"run out of gas" on major access -traffic jams will be developed standing."
MulberryMULBERRY roads to the fairgrounds in civil rights leaders said.

Queens, snarling traffic to call James Farmer, national director -I
w s\ Candidates attention to civil rights campaigns of CORE, who suspendedthe Final United
r 4r In the Polk County Democratic here. The restraining
) group' Brooklyn chapter
_, gl
rr Executive Committee'sGroup Fund
order Issued Monday would for proposing the stall-in, disclosed Meeting
1 speaking division will make the organizers subject to "
Monday plans for massive
appear at Mulberry tonight In contempt of court citations : civil disobedience" at the Set TonightThe
another In the series of rallies
Page Newspaper reports of plans to
fair
leading up to the May 5 primary Wednesday. United Fund
also tie fair bound : Appreciation -
up subwayand He declined to how mandemonstrators
I.'y. election. Amusements .. .II-A say y meeting and final report
commuter trains were denied
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Tonight's rally will be held Business New .11.A Marshall would take partor session for the 1964 campaignwill
, at the football stadium at Mulberry 20-A by England, what form the protest would be held tonight at 8
Bridge chairman of the Manhattan
take. But he defined civil disobedience
High School in the eastern
o'clock the Grove
at Theatre.
of Mulberry, Crosswor' Puzzle 15-A chapter of the Congress of Racial as an "act which couldcause
edge Fund officials
% expect 400 to
$ A chicken supper, to be Comic .,.......,.. 11-15-A Equality one to get arrested." lie 500 person to attend.
FTTw sponsored by the Women1 Classified _,. 18-19-A "These statements were made said no violence would result The official will recognize

Group of the Episcopal Church Deaths ........_.... 2-A by our enemies o" England said President Johnson 1* scheduled the organizations listed on the
.... .. caa will be served beginning at 9 Nevertheless, police and the to visit the fair for the of Fund's "Honor Roll" for ex
.. Dear Abby ..........i. 15-A transit authority were
o'clock, and the first speakerwill preparingfor trial Inauguration ceremonies. cellence in donations. After the
Editorials ...... 4-A
take the platform at 1:30.: -_ any transport Jam-up that Farmer said demonstrationshave report session a full length
Store Speaking will be candidates Horoscope ,........... 14-A might develop.Newspapers been planned for the fair movie will be shown
Keys To The for constable and peace justICe Television! ............ 15-A have said that,pavilions of New York City, Attending the meeting will
(In this district), state .. secret plans call for CORE'New York State General Motors be
Sports ..... 12-13-A campaign volunteers and
eight, 41atrkt ....,.1 ..."...r f., M..rg.meq Wad, .*... Herald Dtttr, house of "foot soldiers" those without '
arsb, -
Keith A. senator, state representatives Weather .. .. 7-A Ford, Schaefer Beer, New special guests The United
La"I..4 Wed ........, the hays te tII. cn L.k.k.4 w.d at_ hi *. k.ckr..J. The" ... county commission Map cars to pull emergency cordson England and the states of Mississippi Fund is still accepting reservation -
tare will .,.. !...._* at ':30 .'clack, with! C.-M", ** .* ** .......* .. ,.rticJ,... U superintendent of public In- Women ....... .... 8-9-A falrbound trains, and load up : Maryland Louisiana for the session at MU

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2-A LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, April 21. II<< Nuclear Material Cutback Mathews Paul F. Fur Jr., Poll.


Two-Hour, OnStreetParking ( ChargeBy I School Principal Dies.
' Raps
Should U.S.-Red Outlook !
Help'
Plan
Approved Burns BARTOW-Paul F. Fury Jr., reer in 1939 in Marlon County
supervising principal of Frost- as t teacher of commercial subjects

ated for the past four monthsby still be operated by the down- WASHINGTON (AP) A spection among 'the three powers and he would have gone through proof area schools, died unexMeemorlal : and as a coach.
Downtown Park and Shop, town merchants under the further Improvement in U.S. to see that the announced with it even hi the absence of didn't line the wrong pockets, night at the Bar- In 1958 Mr Parr left the Bar.
, Inc. And, at the same time, park-and-shop plan. The City Soviet relations should result plans are carried out and criticsof a responsive action by Khrushchev. .'and would put bardnosed busi- HospitaL He was tow school to take the post at
from the newly announced nest practices to" work in the Frostproof which be held until
they approved a return to plan this kind of disarmament by I
Transit Co., will also continueto 52.Mr.
two-hour time limits on city of President Johnson and Premier -"mutual example" assert thisIs The President is reported to Ute government Furr had been associated.his death.
i paring meters Instead of the support its rlde-and-ehop Khrushchev to cut back a weakness of the arrange have notified Khrushchev of his' Win Discuss Issues with the Polk County Schools Mr. Furr moved to Lake Buf.
one-hour limit plan. production of nuclear explosives This intention without he moved to fum four years ago from Bar-
now being en ment. comment was heard five weeks ego -! since 1945 when
forced. Bert Lind, spokesman for Washington officials frequently on Capitol HilL ; any quick response from, Rep. Fred Karl Mid he would Bartow from Marion County to tow. He was bom In Monroe,

Three Not Affected the park-and-shop group, said said today. I Administration officials say! the Kremlin..He then called In not allow the race to degenerate -become principal of Bartow N. C. Mr. Fun was a memberof

he hoped the city would enforce The hope in government however, that there Is no peril, Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Do- High School. He began his ca- the First. Methodist Church la
The merchants operated lots the two-hour parking quarters here is that such to U.S. security or the asserted brynin last Friday and advised Bartow the Frostproof Rotary
which will be converted to city regulation "All we want is for moves, which have been buildIng American lead In nuclear weapons -him that the announcement Ii 'ultl PI' '.I' Club, and a director In the Polk

metered lots are the one next the customer to have as much up now for several months, power because Johnson decided would be made Monday. Over I Arms Cut County Survivors Cancer Include Society his widow

leisure shopping time as can will: to make the cut on the the weekend be was advised, as ,
ate a name-calling circus.He Mr Elisabeth McLauchlln
be permitted." -Create a more favorable atmosphere ground that the United States he disclosed in his speech that *
Fl"Om l'Jgl ()fl, Other park-and-shop officials for disarmament negotiations. does not require such a high II Khrushchev Intended to make the said Issues candidates would be who forced ducked by Plans StirQuestions Furr Furr; and four Howard brothers L, Purr Clayton of
., level of production more cutback himself
f" have .
suggested that all city any
him to discuss them to the doe- Ocala; William D Furs of Dade
to Morrison's cafeteria and the meters be removed from Brighten the prospects for log days of the campaign. City; George H. Furr. of Sara.

one on Pine Street between downtown streets.Plan actual East-West agreement to Closing Hours Removed Robert King High mayor of IOta; two sisters,Mrs. John Link
Kentucky and Tennessee Ave Not Backed bring the nuclear arms race Miami, Mid the governorship of Ocala; and Mrs. CUR Seartes
under control. requires a man with executive of Gainesville
flues City Planner George Sanford Saddle Creek Park
From
Three privately owned lots explained that "removal of -Initiate measures to discourage leadership and a man "who will Funeral services will be at 3p.m.
,, I.urprise attack. bring morality to our govern Wednesday FirstMethodist
-two on Massachusetts and underground and others are being atinthe
: city meters just wouldn't facilitate "
BARTOW will the seller of Church
the
'. Sportsmen a car to Civil ment Bartow
one on Florida Avenue-will the parking Inspection Needed planned and prepared.
problem. have 24-hour access to Saddle Defense Department after Bunker Addressing the Pensacola Junior with the Rev. Paul Redfearn of.
He said this has previouslybeen Disarmament by International Creek Park-at least for a trial. Kill, Inc. of Lakeland re- Chamber of Commerce, Members of the Senate-House ficlatlng. Assisting will be the
Winter Haven tried In Hollywood and agreement, however, will require -; Atomic Energy Committee were
candidates
,; period. ported a $400 discrepancy in its High Mid some are Rev. Bob Russell
St. Petersburg and that both [ international inspection County Commissioners this trying to sell the public on their briefed on the cutback in nuclear Burial will be Thursday at 3
Tree Removal cities went back to controlled in the Soviet Union bid.The weapons material production -
arrangements while
background In the Cemetery
morning, at the request of Al- I new low bidder was legislative p.m. Presbyterian
parking. "With no meters; well in the Western in secret Monday. Afterward .
as as had the responsibility Fit. Whidden
Ford they have not at Fairfield
Inc. of
dine Combee, approved a resolution Hailey Winter
Requests End employes would again start to countries, according to longstanding calling for closing hours Haven. nor the experience of lead- Rep. Chet Holifield. D- Funeral Home is in charge of
dominate downtown Calif., who presided at the
parking, U.S. policy. So far, no to be removed from the park. ership. arrangements
WINTER HAVEN Tomorrow -: be said. breakthrough is in sight on this Combee said a decrease in

is the last day to make Sanford commented that critical inspection Issue vandalism has been noted at the U. S. Quietly .

requests for at-cost ree-re- although the four-month park The production cuts announced park since lights were Installed. Two Polk Men Ft'Om PaZ<< t C : Flag To Fly
". moval under the program conducted ing experiment wasn't too sue.cessful by Johnson and Khrushchev Previously, the park remained
by the Chamber of he thought it actually Monday with cooperation open from 6 am. to 7 p.m. Producing I On WeekendsIn
Commerce and The Woman's helped bring about some important from Britain as the other dally Arrested On meeting, said he considered It
Club. changes."If main nuclear power, do not require Nerve Gas a "reasonable action. Atomic Munn Park
Requests are being receivedat nothing else, this past Inspection and so far ass 'Blinds' Ordered Energy Commission officials

the Chamber office. program of one-hour parkinghas known were decided primarily Also this morning, commissioners nels" says Lt CoL William J. Theft Charges conducted the briefing. I William E. Dettmer, father of
The program has been completed changed the habits of for Internal reasons. approved the purchaseof Tlsdale, officer in charge at the I Holifield said several committee three sons killed during World
in the northwest and downtown employes. They Certainly in the case of the "latch blinds" for the coun plant. He will say no more. BARTOW- Sheriffs deputies members had become con- War II. appealed to city: commissioners
southeast sections and is near have started to use the un United States, the President ty's voting machines. "Everything we have here we today said the arrest of two cerned two years ago that the yesterday to see that
completion in the northeast metered lots on South Kentucky made clear that this country no: Commission Chairman Wilmer would like for the public to Polk County men 'has clearedup Pentagon was not actually fig the American flag be flown in

section. and North Kentucky in longer needs to produce Plut&1 McCutcheon said the aluminum know, but we don't want the at, least 19 pay telephone uring its true requirements for Munn Park during the entire
stead of trying to feed meters nlum and enriched strips will be used to cqver a Russians to know," Tlsdale ex- thefts in the county. I nuclear explosives but simplywas week.

In front of their own stores" nuclear weapons materials row of voting keys not neededfor plains. I Charged with breaking and entering asking for all the AEC Dettmer said In the past the
said Sanford.A the level of which it is capable.I the May 5 primary. The nerve gas Is dispersed In the pay telephones are plants could produce. flag has not been flown In the
had decided the reduction
oNCE major complaint before He on McCutcheon theorized the a spray when its carrier ex Gary Wayne Varnadoe 20,1040 Studies Ordered I park: on Saturdays or Sundays
In I city commissioners last fall I before Intention advising Khrushchev make the ofhil "latch blinds" will cut down on plodes. It kills by attacking thexxiy's Buena Vista Drive, Lake Alfred, Studies were ordered by the He said he had complained to
to announcement -
confusion and thus decrease the
hbrvary was that downtown employes which he made and Thomas Allen Reed 21, of committee at that time andMOIIday'1 an official charge at the park
refused to park In unmetered time necessary for the voter to 204 4th St.. Winter Haven. announcement was inline but that nothing had been done

lots and streets out of the immediate Monday.What the President announced make Commissioners his selections.also granted a tr m: P4)t. On Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. with the results of those Inquiries to remedy the situation
business district DeReus said the two were ar- ha said. City commissioners Immediately
Associated
in a speech to an water franchise In the Sylvester I
Before the initiation of last Press luncheon in New York Shores section to Fusselle t rested early yesterday morning However, Rep. Craig Hosmer, made provisions for the
I Louisiana celebrate December's shop and park was "a further substantial reduction -Sons. cholinesterase, substance at the Veterans of Foreign Wars R-Calif., a committee member' flag to be properly displayed
the Mardi Gras and the one-hour time limit on In our production of en- Franchise was granted after transmitting muscles nerve signals for'Club in Lake Wales. who sharply criticized the nuclear -during the weekends. Until

downtown streets, controlled riched uranium to be carriedout County Attorney John Dewell to expand. test ban treaty ratified Dettmer's complaint there had
BUT parking was not strictly en over a four-year period." I reported no need to advertisethe muscles When this fluid is crippled, last year, called the announcement been no one in attendance at
forced. The plan approved by Initial Cut AnnouncedHe application because all par- ,and continue to constrict Fire Plug Color "unilateral disarmament the park who was in charge
Every Wednesday the body strangles its own "
Commissioners yesterday is had announced an initial ties involved have been notified. vital in action. of this weekend duty.

f.OM MAINE TO flORIDA different from the old parkingset cutback In his State of the Union I Dewell also said the water I organs. There but it is an antidote Shows Capacity "It proves we do not even Now a city fireman will see
up because "two-hour message Jast Jan. S. He said and sewer system has been approved atropine must be have to go to a negotiating tableto that the flag is flown in Munn
ITS parking will now be strictly Monday that the cuts he has by the County Health .injected quickly, and the gasgives I SOUTH MIAMI at FIre- lose our shirts he said "We Park on both Saturdays and
enforced" and the marking of now ordered add up to a 20 percent department. no warning. .men are painting the city's fire can do it by speeches and press Sundays.
Fish Fry Night tires will continue to be com decrease In plutonium output Last week commissioners refused .The Manufacture U inexpensive. hydrants green, orange and red. releases."
mensurate with parking me- and a 40 per cent decreaseIn to grant the franchise Newport operation spends I It isn't that the city decided Several Senate members of PUNCH
Delicious fillets. ter time limits. the manufacture of enriched pending advertising! of the application -I I leis about J3VS million annually the fireplugs were too drab. But the committee said they were POOCH WITH A

v crisp golden-fried Sanford also added that ha uranium. and approval by the I bomber than the cost of one jet Inspectors are checking the out told at the briefing that the reduction CAPE KENNEDY W The
and ocean.fre8b thought soon.to-be-published "By bringing production In health department. 'put capacity of the plugs. Green' was In line with a downward Hound Doc a 500milerangemissile
4 planning studies would review line with need,'* Johnson declared Commissioners also changed The plant includes a complete means more than 1,000 gallons revision of military needs carried by B-52 bombers
.:AlL further action that could be In his AP speech "we reduce 1 I hospital Ten per cent of the per minute; orange 600 to 1,. and that ttey had no particular has been nicknamed the "Pooch
", 0 0 tension while I operating( budget is spent on 000 and red under 500. "
nrou taken to facilitate better,central : ; reason to question this. with a Punch.
t .rnalntaiDln'l Piano Recital safety There has never been a
:CAN $1 parking in Lakeland's an necessary: power ,. plant fatality.
Whenrjths President speechwas t I "
business section
\ 1AT ,pw pufeort released at 2 p.m. EST the' Set Contrary to popular belief, '
-
it'f Soviet News agency Tass slmultneoiuly ThursdayAt the United States Is not bound .@bituarielDAVID ,
French Fried Potato 'released a statementthat by any treaties forbidding the
Cole Slaw a Tartars Sauce ELECT Khrushchev was halting SouthernThirteen use of nerve gas. ,
Rolla and ButterUOUWD work on two reactors designedto Tisdale describes the Newport "
KlNGSWOODSfVTf produce plutonium that he operation simply as "a race to THOMAS ELLIS CHARLES IL DICKINSON RITES FOR MISS HUGHES

would "substantially" cut back music students of stay ahead of any aggressor; David Thomas Ellis, one of Charles H. Dickinson. 76, a retired Funeral services for Miss
production of uranium 235 and William H. Spivey Florida he won't be tempted." I the architects who designed the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- Harriet Hughes, S3, of IM S.
JOllnOnJ would allocate more nuclear Southern College faculty, will Empire State Building died unexpectedly road conductor died last nightat Pennsylvania Ave., who died
materials for peaceful uses. be presented In a piano recital. yesterday at his his home in West Palm Saturday, were held yesterday
Deal Denied I at 8 p.m. Thursday In the college OfficialsNot homo at 1024 Lexington.He I Beach to which he moved from at the Heath Funeral Chapel

\ 735 East Main St. U.S. officials said there was chapel the three was a native of Gloucester! Lakeland three years ago He with Retired Methodist Bishop
Among are
". no deal among Johnson, Khrushchev Lakeland children.group Moved England and came to Lakeland was a native of Madison a Arthur F. Wesley officiating
They are
five' from Miami. He member of the Memorial Burial was In Wauchula Ceme
and British Prime Minster years ago Wesley .
Linda Varn, who will play "Ho-
.. -"HOW Of THC HJGHWAYV the United States In Methodist Church of tery.
Sir Alec Douglas Home. came to Lakeland
pak" and "Soft
by Weybright
.. -- There is no provision for In-. Music Stealing;" Nichola De- By BoycottCLEVELAND 1921 to work on the design of; a member of Masonic Music was presented by Mrs.
Ramos, who will play a hymn the state capitol at Lincoln, Lodge 91. and a member of the T. R. Fredley.

... ALL THE MERCHANTS OF . "Sun of My Soul;" and Susan Ohio (AP- Neb. Among his other works are Order of Railway Trainmen and -
DeRamos who will play "Mid MOlt school board members appeared -the Louisiana state capitol. Tal- Conductors RITES FOR MR. MULLEN
get Races" by Thompson.FSC unmoved by Monday'scivil madge General Hospital in At- Survivors include a son Edward Funeral services for James V.
GROVE PARK students and their selections rights boycott of city and tha Boys: Cll&b-and M. Dickinson of North Mullen?, (7, of 1415 Providence
are: schools, and one charged that the new Salvation Army buildings West Palm Beach; a brother Road who died Friday will beheld
Robert Kelley of Bartow- subversives were responsible in Lakeland. He also servedas Edward Dickinson: of Madison; tomorrow morning at 10
'Heralds of Christ a hymn, for the demonstration."I'm a major in the U.S. Army in and two grandchildren o'clock: at the Heath Funeral
,1 SHOPPING CENTER and "Surf Riders" by Aeron; still of the opinion it's a World War II. Funeral services win be held Chapel, with Father William J.
Thomas Hand of Lakeland hard core of subversives," said He was a member of the tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock: Farrell officiating. Rosary
"Mazurka in A Minor" by Chopin John J. Gallagher, vice presI- American Institute of Architects; at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral will be recited tonight at S
; Robert Kopp of Haines dent of the seven-member board. Lakeland Lodge 1291. BPOE; Home chapel with burial in o'clock at the chapeL
:ity-"Journey in the Arctic"by The United Freedom Move- Miami Temple J47, F AM; Roselawn Cemetery. Friends Burial will be in, RoselaweCemetery .
Thompson Zonelle Hardy of ment, which sponsored the boy and the Lake Region Unitarian- may call at the funeral home .
Sebrlng-"Nocturne In E Minor"by cott, estimated that 95,000 to 45,. Jniversalist Brotherhood tonight from 7t until 9 o' lock.
Chopin; Cindy Letter of 000 youngsters attended "free Church. I RITES FOR MX..ALLEY
Cocoa Beach-"Singing Cow dom schools" set up to give Instruction -: Survivors include his widow,: MRS. FLORENCE C. GRAY Funeral services for Fred A.
boy" by Aeron: Martha Jordan to those taking part in, Mrs. Marian B. Ellis; a daughter C. Alley, of 3537 Jungle 'St, who
Mrs Florence Cray 79 oft
,
I of Miami-"Minuet" by Bach; the boycott I Mrs. James M. Herbert Jr. Lake Hunter Drive died died Friday were held yesterday -
Linda Hum of Satellite Beach- Antoine Perot, an official of of Hampton Va.; a son, DavidN. yes!: at the Heath) Funeral
terday afternoon at the How-
"Sonatina in C Major" (first the Congress of Racial Equality,I Ellis of Miami; two sisters I land-Delay Retirement Home ChapeL The Rev William B.

movement) by Kahlau; Stuart said the schools had a capacity I Mrs William B. Davies and: after a lung Illness. She was a Caldwell pastor of Lakewood
Kellner of Watertown N. Y.'AragonaUe" .- of 35,000 but this figure was Mrs. Stanley Balaton, both of native of Rochester N.?, and' Park Methodist Church, officiated
by Massenet; Wil- "far exceeded. Cardiff Wales; and two grand' came to Lakeland five year 1&01 and was assisted by the Rev.
WelcomeMONTGOMERY lIam Hazelwood of Less than 10 cent of the children John
Chattanooga, per from St. Petersburg. She was Dr. J. Rooks District Superintendent
Tenn.-"Intermezzo," his own student body showed up at some Funeral services will be held a member of the Westminster in Lakeland. Burial
composition; and Gall Knappen- public schools. tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clockat Presbyterian Church. was In Oak HOI Burial Park
berger of Macomb, III.-"So- The Cleveland school system the Thornton Memorial Home Survivors Include a daughter, Pallbearers were D. H. Its-
nata" (first movement) from has 150,000 pupils Estimates of chapel with burial later. Friends Mrs Mildred Pietria of Lyn- dale A. M. Baum Stephen
Opus 13: by Beethoven. the Negro enrollment range u may call at the funeral home donvllle, N.Y.. a niece and an Nagy. Howard Pitts. N. C Mc-
high as 75,000.Inspectors. until I o'clock tonight and tomorrow aunt. Daniel and W. O. McGlnals.: Music
POULTRY & EGGSrail. until the time of the f'Uneralaervlcel'"W be held was presented by Mrs T. R.

Set service. afternoon 4 o'clock Fredley.
(API-D1 .. to tomorrow at
.t.It.r... 1015,05 nllbt end\r" P.' la the Dukes SteeD Funeral
de e n AW.N.' I* Meeting In Home with the Rev. Norman RITES FOR MRS. lINE
'" C.r... GROVER C WILLIAMSON LAKE ALFRED Funeral
WARD h. K. of o. ,3.4slSO.oa.41 U Sharp officiating Burial win
::' ..SRm .IS. .33.3 4.-31 031" ..-....31".3' Haines City Grover C. Williamson .75, of be In Rochester services for Mrs Charlotte H.
mall ,3 -31 pa..32 sot Edgewood Drive, died last Rlna, IS, who died Mc SaylI1OI'II1nI.
11 a.n o/' eic.Kitoa.T .uallt". ie eeatiWh.lMal. HAINES CITY Amended night at Lakeland General Hospital. RITES FOR MR. LONDON will be held tomorrow

To Their u. .1 farmr. prkn Hint. ..w<>r...II"I jba.Dieted constitution and bylaws of the He was a native of Lynchburg Funeral services for John J. morning at 10 o'clock at the

b.a..aaln., e-4"rportM, IbJ. .o h i,KO.4l .cIa t1 iE. contractors examining board Va.. and came here from Condon of the Holiday Mobile Kersey Funeral Home Chapel
.d.f 4 1 Iba. .Dial .lh.ra, .* aaM r of central Florida is set fora East Orange, N J., four years Auburodale. The Rev. Robert
,,rUt. tVllT.rr Homo Park, who died Friday in
prloat to AlaMklu
Now Homo .lanu 1 nut hlib.r. discussion in a meeting here ago He was the retired manager ZephyrhlUs, were held yesterday Hamilton retired Presbyterian
tomorrow night of the New York office of at the St Joseph Catholic minister will officiate Burial
I r. CITRUS SHIPMENTS Building Inspectors from the Weston Electric Instrument Church. Tha Rev Father William will be In Oaklawa Cemetery
In Lakeland Polk Lake, Seminole and Co.i a member of the All Saints' O'Farrel officiated and I In Winter Haven
W1NTKI% hates (ttl-ett. Cltn. Orange Counties, and the inspector Episcopal Church; secretary of rs-
In.pMUoa lurid 10 an sport la burial was in Zephyrhills under
lIoa... for Eau Gallla have the New Jersey Bach Society .
e",.IIUIT O.Nea the direction of Dukes Steen
an 1040 0.501 been invited. All other, city and sang In the Motet Choir of Funeral Home AMBULANCESERVICE
rt0ra.:::;;:::::: J360 20.500:
and officials Interestedin the Old Presbyterian Church of
, county Pallbearers were Flaud Hicks
CueW TOTAL .:::::::" UF.i e 3iffi attending are invited. Newark.He Arthur McLean Alfred Towns,

, ; After visiting them during their grand The meeting starts at 7 had first coma to Lakelandin R. P. Hammond, August Windy et r*J' **- eel,
1 CATTLE AUCTIONS o'clock at City HaIL The hostIs U13. and was associated: at and W. B. Hooeysetta. .
few the
opening celebration may we invite you to . ]ileap"YILu'Ail-Uew. rlm Frank Smith, city: building that time with William S. Moorein every alt.. adM.It .
pr.u$ at caul auction mark.u Inspector the clothing business.
HondM M imalltr r*<*mu { Belle THORNTON'MEMORIAL
CII.U. OalMMtTlt aractTUU.lonli- Ha ls survived by his widow, ,
SHOPGROVE I I.Ile.are. prlaajo\ 1.350 and tampan'Tamaa.! Hmliu SMO WMk at Motorists Find Mrs. Florence Conibear Williamson HOME
"* ..
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tLAUaMTI* CLAtft ; a daughter Mrs. Wll- A.Ill
21'o //.OOGcI--o.OO4I Iba: ir o-son. Street LoweredMIAMI (lam H. Garland of Bradenton; \ > I'hh. 417 N. Mass. A...
: lLa.dud 00.20.00 and two grandchildren. .. ,. .. Phone MU 6-2133
H.II.n: 0005 100.100 *00. II..- .. ,.... ,
PARK aI .t..d.r4 1700 90,
ir: tutwro1l, IB Apartment house Funeral services will be heft ", .
; pm..r.ly 1'.oo-aO.OO. residents on Northeast Mth at 11 am. Thursday at All! --
._ 11th"e.I..l'fl II'k I.... .1.00-31 00 Ave. walked out to the street Saints' Episcopal Church with
: I'\.1... .l I" easyP 1 .. one morning to find car doors the Rev Clifton H. White officiating. HEATH FUNERAL 'CHAPEL
I SHOPPING CENTER !7t10 WH .10.0/000/ t.. t edud 110- lower than the curb. Burial will be In Oak,I Al, C-tttii ChtM Pcrkiiifl Ut
MIDI ClAStlS During the night the street Hill Burial Park. Friends 24 HOUR
Urn.' Qwl 490-100 IM II OB-31 M.MOTtO may,, AMBULANCE SERVICE

"Changing Lakeland's Shopping Habits" .Mj:;l'':' ::' U*. a sec City had workmen dropped about blamed one a water foot call Home at tomorrow Dukes Steen night Funeral from 7 FOSTER E. HEATH, F..naral Director

I'". until I Cor Lime and Ingroham Phone 6820111If
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Informations LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday April 21, lilt SAstMoor
Undercover
Agent's Life Said
eiwi, (CNOSMIMOISTIIUIY.leunvnitK
Filed Against

ExFiremanBARTOW Threatened In Hijacking CaseMIAMI BIG CALL IN

FLORIDAJL6979O94O4

A copies has (AP)-State Beverage before the deception was die to be killed," Keating said
been Issued for the arrest of Director Richard B. Keating covered Keating said. It was Keating said the men made
Robert Ray Garrison former said today a gang of Miami taken to Stuart and kept under eight calls at the Gray home bottles sold
Lakeland fireman who was hoodlums has threatened to kill guard until Monday when It during the next two days and
shot during an altercation one of his undercover agents for was placed In a warehouse. finally threatened Mrs. Gray i
April 5. his part In solving the theft of Within two and a half hours and her children. Since then the > 4Lp1CNOSP k
The capias was Issued after J70.000 worth of Scotch whisky of the transaction, Keating said family has been under close pGEO YEARt ,
County Solicitor Cordon Mac- Keating said the agent John five thugs appeared at Gray's guard. 1yEaas ago ..I
Calla filed information char,. Grafton Gray 34, former Palm home In West Palm Beach On Five men are being held on O S'RNC
Ing the 28-year-old Garrison Beach County constable and learning that Gray was not at grand larceny charges in con 4 O
with assault with Intent to f.b' deputy sheriff, and his family.home, one of the gang told Mrs:section with the theft o (the .I'4WS Qlplyftevfgi
commit murder In the first are now under armed guard at Gray her husband "was bound whisky.RESTAURANT 1 1L
degree and with assault and a secret location. I
:
battery. v, ; Whisky Stolen WednesdayThe
y yf
The capias was turned over I J
to the sheriffs department I load of whisky was stolen FEATURE

I I and Chief Criminal Deputy J. last transported Wednesday to a liquor while distributor being. WEDNESDAYSOUTHERN
f
E. DeReus said Garrison 2814 ,
) Kiwanis St., probably will be docked from the vessel Manchester 559KENIUCKY
at Miami.
taken into custody sometime I
today. Keating said Gray won the BOURBONTaste
hijackers' confidence
and arranged
SI.2S4 Bond Set 2 to buy the whisky. He FRIED CHICKEN
Arraignment on the two was ordered to deliver $10.000 in
t charges was set for next Mon- at i cash I
day. and bonds totaling i,250: Keating said agents could get
have been set. --- together only 13.000, nearly all BRING A
Garrison was released last of it in $I bills. They placed a 2 for $100FRIEND
week from Lakeland General DESIGNER PUNS CLASS-Dr. T. C. H...., who 4n\t'\ large bill on the outside of each I
Hospital where he had been the R.4i.tw. PrUcHn: Gcnnmt for SM<. Flight fUtvni shave. bundle of $I bills and finishedthe

undergoing treatment for a will t .ch . I I. Directed ill . packages with $500 bank
a c un Shidy Tracking Sr to It
pistol wound appear to and more
allegedly Inflict why morn
' ( ..s..tel..6 I..tit.; i for Stn4rf Teachers M...., contain $10,000. LIGGETTTOUCHTONDowntown people
ed by Ray Boseman, a teacher :To:.
at Rochelle High School. IIIh.. .t 7 .'cUck .t l.k.l'.i>4 S."!.r High. ScftMl. ,,.,. H.I..". Gray then delivered the cashto mil for till fine Kentucky,
According to Sheriff Monroe imre the Unlvniry, Smirk PIrU, will highlight. the twin wftbfovr the gang and arranged to Cr Southgore Shopping Center Bourbon agnlii,again acrid again 2

Brannen. the 22-year-old Bose- e .f CM Kt..*..,. The "htttnictlmt la .H.red te lee.".." take possession of the whisky
man and Garrison became involved
actoiwi teteh." t""" ,,, the FUrU Imritut for CHiraliif Ul-
In a heated
argument
over statement with sexual .."itr S.4i. RtslitrcHM ..y lit eccMivliilMd ky ...etl", the ,

overtones allegedly made by 111",1.' rI"cl,1 w D,. Three Mttcclf .t the c*..*ry a k.*l SHOP WEDNESDAY TIL 5:30 P.M., LAKELAND
Garrison to a young Negro ,
beard attic..5 Itrt.w. ,
girl, one of several children '
who had been accompaniedon
, an outing by Boaem.n.I Altitude Chamber:
I
Statements Verified

Witnesses told Brannen that Used In Study
Boseman fired the shot only .rtk .
1 after Garrison had chased him )" ,
and some of the students for COLUMBUS. Ohio W Ohio \
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'.,', ,,{; t; ., \t, .
about two miles with a home. State University has been using ; \ '
< 'j ""00
1 made gaff hook. .n altitude chamber to study I JJ :....f'.. ; '\ W,4" >"', .I>. "
Shortly after the Incident reactions of physically impaired ; ... ,.".. .,1.1' ',., :'q;''''':'' ,':t\\') ,','
Brannen The idea iso 1 "It: 1 \"II &
I announced that Garrison persons to flying r <
had verified most of the assist design engineers In \ '
statements made by Bose- providing safe air travel for all. '

man and other witnesses to Dr Frederick H. Shillito, pro]- "
the incident. act senior investigator, said 12 w bun BI
The assault and battery to 20 volunteers-victims of pulmonary a t'
i charge stems from blows allegedly disorders-tolerated ex-; : ;
Inflicted upon a 12yearold posure to altitude without apreclable -': J
I rj'
, who fell from
, boy exhaustion > discomfort or undeltrable I
during the time Garrison reactions. The remaining -; l ,
1 was chasing the group. eight were In discomfort or ,
Also filed against Garrisonwere had unfavorable reactions.
two informations charging "LEADERSH1P.
' him with disorderly con -
, duct. These charges are the e .
result of his being arrested : SHOPWARNOCK'S "
March 5 by Bartow City Police lew Orodwota and fanwr
,who accused him of attempting Special Assistant ..
to entice two elementary I U. LAltonwy '

: car with him.school girls into the for lakeland' Best I II 24 YMTS tf Uw and ? .tQW ; sm tRD
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I HEAVY LOAD FURNITUREBUYS t tI cited for Mr end J J.t
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elderly walked' '
woman to the I '
checkout stand at 1 drug story I VERY HaTE ServIng as CMlnIMI I i d a. < IJYK '
9 abq I ; !
the and money.laid down her purchases- and 9 of IWda" Pub?. U lllllCemmlnUn ''' : m '''

4 "I'm having trouble with this : TILL P.M. __ :'1' "O"t!: ',. i i"Y'

,J cash register" the clerk told MONDAY THRU fRIDAY *..fleet ED MASON : wn' .
her. "Would you mind taking ( l
and '
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I it up front? K,. An.I Leaders/up for Florida t i .
"My goodness," the woman MU 1.121 .. ,

I too protested.heavy"I'm for me afraid" it's much j .. '* t ,(Better: moke a'memo ... .. "save 'today at Maas I

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DGER EDITORIALS 1 ? l )I l lI 'Ordeal' Turned To




Advantage Of LBJBy


Winking At The LawEvery 1 r M

ARTHUR KROCK desk that were necessarily

newspaper editor la con. juvenile drinking, flagrant violation of : 'ip @}t'dr 1llffk ittaee limited to those who happened

frpnted, sooner or later with a friend traffic laws, flouting of obscenity and WASHINGTON President to be at the White House,

advertiser or reader who asks if his pornography laws, illegal gambling, p/ ,r J I ? Johnson, who hit been experimenting since the summons came without

name can't be dropped from the police cheating on claims against insurance t with the mechanisms advance notice. And because
I.I I.I I.
blotter (Just this once, mind you) companies circumvention of divorce I + of the White House newt the first meetings occurred

With a ha1f- mbarrassed school boy laws, condoning of violence rand disregard I I I I I II conference, demonstrated this untraditionally on Saturdays -
of laws in generaL'Those that he members
has I week many of the
grin the fellow confesses that he ,
among us who are completely can 'UCUlstul-! regular Whit House corps
been picked up for driving while in the!
ly operate
innocent of any of the tolerances men were off duty.
toxicated. most delicate I
tioned by Powell can, of course, forget instrument of k This detect was corrected
,
Instead of expressing shame for his what he has said. I them aiL At by the regulars themselves,

conduct, the chap seems to regard the The rest of us can thank him for 1t I his first exposure by the simple solution of stay
matter as a sort of game. He tried to ) as log around on Saturdays. But
saying it and make sure we remember the method did not meet the
get home from the party without get. and heed it. q 1.e rt questioning president I on to complaint of discrimination

ting "caught," but this time the cops l : I a miss reportorial created by the fact that onlya

AND THOSi; WHO especially needto scale he few newspapers maintain
wonThat's .i I regular correspondents at the
In .
why the newly-designated remember it today are the teen-age control was of what easy KRO Cit White House

American Bar Association president Negroes of Jacksonville,' who seem to with a slyly amused nod to Accordingly, the President

sounded off in one of the most trench. be forgetting the counsel of their wise 1i critics of his previously limited directed that advance noticebe

ant public utterances to be made In a elders of both races. The youths have format he solemnly certified given, however brief. This

long while. He is Lewis F. Powell Jr., taken to pelting buses and cars with i to be-a regular, televised was attendance expected only to to increase the number the-

and what he says ought to be read bricks, and embarking on a violent i notified-weU.ln-advance press that could be accommodated

and considered by every American: and hysterical course. conference." in the White House room
la conceivable that his where motion
It pictures are
Even though white leaders of the
!keen that his shown.
awareness performance
"ONE OF Till HOOT causes of .
have been remiss in
community
may on these trying occasions But the sue of the
group
"
.. lawlessness in this country, he declared dealing with the issues before now r i inevitably would be outran the calculation. There

"is excessive tolerance by the those youthful lawbreakers are doing compared with the brillianceof were complaints of discomfort -

public in accepting substandard, mar- neither themselves nor their cause any his predecessor' Impelledhim and exasperated Inquiries
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE to make a deliberate about larger quarters. That
immoral and unlawful conduct.
ginal, such 'Their
good by hooJlgan'acts.
adequate
search for a substitute however, did not meet the
"This tolerance has reached the wrongs do not right any previous to the purposes. These mounting pressure for the restoration

point of moral sickness." wrongs, and they should< be treatedas purposes are to keep the public of the "regular televised
75 Want A 'Teen Page'EDITOR
informed of the president's notifled-weU-in-advance
the hoodlums which have
Among the things he believes are they attitudes and activities In deal- news conference" to which the

excessively tolerated, Powell listed shown themselves to be. \ : On behalf of the : ceives himself That won't ing with the responsibilities of President acceded last Thurs

,-1\ 75 people who have signed The Ledger's happen till the shrimp learnsto his office, and to favorably day.
impress his personality on the
this petition, we do want a whistle.
Teen Page Some people belonging Opinion Page people. Mas live televised NOT ONLY was he well-
_ The Thin Line to clubs feel that having A READER news conferences abound with prepared by his laboratorywork

a teen page will give the This 041.,1.1 l posetiaratie pitfalls Into which either or as the event disclosed;
club recognition and will make ..w.,.,.", own oNni.nes Taxes 'Confuse' both of these purposes can be Johnson was also ready for
Slate School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey must "teach to understand the role possible a chance to publicizean m.ttrt .l currant Inttrmt plunged by a single incautious the potentially-tougher version
of church and home training is to event These that in the 4itril eel..", ., It or awkward phrase. be deliberately invited. Noting
deserves the support of thinking Flor- people w.kmi Ik. ."inl.>ii .f Merchants?
"teach to believe." signed are not people who ,...... in the V*!*. .f thd that the national convention of
idians because of his forthright and The Committee were Just signing to be signing ,..pl. Cel..", .. L...... mutts EDITOR: Among THE MASS VIDEO medium the American Society of Newspaper -
Judiciary hearingsare many inci-
also from
.. magnifies an Editors would be in
in the something. Before they > if4 sod k f the w.it.It' *
politically courageous position being conducted to consider pro. signed, it was explained what .....,..., kvt n.mi will merchants there seems to be dent into an event a presidential session' on the day he fixed
matter of forced school kt withheld ,....I. A inaccuracy or some other
public prayers posed constitutional amendments permitting was going en, If they wanted vpt ra widespread misunderstanding the President told his surprised
lifter .h.. eel lice.4 250w evidence that he has not done
and exercises. schools and the they could sign andif . about certain features concerning staff to invite all of the
religious to require prayers page r4i, mitt ,n, eennoe fee his home work. As vehicleof
Bailey said, in effect that the proper Bible readings. The) proposed amend they did not, they did not .....4. The l.4f.r ,..."'.. the 3 per cent Florida essential public a information A choose.S.N.E.to delegates attend. who This might was
Utter
have to To be truthful the right I* r.i.eSep
aign. ,
sales .
tax.Whell
function of schools is to bring aboutan ments reaction the the medium ia impairedby
are a to Supreme only two did r shines it. Oplnlmi tt prima facie a shrewd as well
people not sign
understanding of religion, not a Court ruling that held unconstitutional and their reason, when asked, columniiti fnt thr c*..- something is pur the scattered questioning as a bold stroke) of public relations -
tflbvtwt' .?*..' elsewhere .* chased In store with the,latter and the absence of follow- since it assured him
belief in any one creed. lIe laid: "Edu- the laws of several states requiring was that they would not get thli' ,.... through which are the natural
wrapping, and mailing the an audience of editorial authorities
cation must help develop in our chil- religious exercises and recitations of to write on ItVlCKIE article to a recipient In another consequence of the numbers of the American press

dren the fundamentals necessary for the Lord's Prayer and other prayers. FULLBRICHT of those seeking recognition.And in addition to their Washington -
win we shall need the element state, the purchaser it I Is obvious from the reporters.
their social economic and
political ,
does not have to pay the 3
trivial nature of
some
spiritual well-being. I feel that too THE BAILEY summary we think, EDITOR'S NOTE: Thanks of surprise. The bourgeoisiewill per cent sales tax. After arguing that'they are being questions ask What followed was a performance

often we have failed to give sufficient gets to the very meat of( the contra( Vickie. The letter was signedby have to be put to sleep this question with several ed with the sole purpose of In which the Psemdent's
74 other Lakeland High So we shall begin by launching store owners I was told the be wholly individual style
enabling questioner to
guidance and encouragement In the vetl)', The schools do indeed fail in, was successfully combined
School students that this
making a unequivocaMy did
the most national television.
I are* of spiritual and moral values." their mission when they do not "educateto grand total! te dale. If our > i spectacularpeace not apply tn ftirida andithat seen on with the standard skills that

4 understand" the Christian and other count I* correct ef 1} young: movement on record. would have to pay I the Johnson,'-after he became 'are requisite. One is to turn
I There will be 5 president ,sought counsel on
electrifying
nUT A C C DM: P K IS KING this greatworld creeds. Yet they pass over people who favor a "Tee and unheard of cons overtures per cent, sale* if* This how at the same time, to preserve ,criticism critics. His gently opening against gambitwas the
Page" In The Ledger, We sur. took place six years ago,and
through forced pr rayer Vould be a the thin line t>t forbidden church-state render, fellows and girls" ; let cessions. The capitalist coun-i i in disgust I give u> the"argument the essential purposes on his postponement of

fallacy, or so we Infer from the Bailey relationship when any student or groupof us do some figuring oir production I tries, stupid and decadent wilt and, when at all possible of new conferences, hold the mass conference and on
statement to the House student rejoice to cooperate In their trading at these stores these distractions and dilutions reports of his reckless driv
U.S. Judiciary Is obliged, by law, to take and then we will call a own destruction. They will to a minimum, and

Committee He adds that the schools part 'in actual ceremonies of worship. meeting with some of you and jump at another chance to be Imagine my surprise last meanwhile train himself' In ing.His
next example of standard
see which of you will volunteer week when I purchased a giftto their special techniques. Ha'
friend. As
soon as theyare
to de what In order te be technique, initiated by
wrapped and mailed
by
down, we will smash them was advised to deal with themIn
bring the page meta! being' with the store and was told thatI the style which is naturalto President Eisenhower and ex-
our clenched fist" panded into an art by President -
_ Illiterate Ph.D'sWhen Nikita would not have to pay any him; that it would be botha
Khrushchev in 1961: sales tax since it was being mistake and an Kennedy was the reduc-
CommunistsTalk Peaceful coexistence of countries mailed out of the state! I personal risk to hold unnecessary televised tion of the time for questioning -

President Johnson asked Obviously, in some parts of Mississippi On 'Peace1EDITOR with different social systems returned to one of the ItOrtlwhere mass meetings with the reporters by. reading announcements -
to be reasonable in their civil does not mean conciliation I had been misinformed when he did not
people it is not wise to be too educated of the Socialist and Bourgeois The Business Manager consider That consumed 11 minutes
K advisable and
instead
rights attitudes, maybe he had in mind But another item in the week. President Johnson ideologies On the contrary was most ambivalentand of yielding to for a of the half.hour allotted.
pressure
Jewel Golden and Coldwell Daniel HI, recently said that in his It Implies Intensification finally referred me to the regular advance schedule of The exhibition was completed
two white Mississippi teachers. They end news more than balances the view Soviet Premier Khrush- of the struggle of the working Florida Revenue Commission. these conferences to assert the by expert fielding: of questions -

depressing news from Hattiesburg. chev Is "seeking to preserve class, of all the Communist There I was told that in spite right of the president to con- he chose not to answer
aren't be able
going to vote in the
to peace In the world," and thatso parties for the triumph of Socialist of repeated notices on this trol them as he saw fit. responsively; by a presencein
of Alabama officials disclosed
coming primary or general election, University long as he "talks in peace. Ideas" subject from their office many which ease, dignity and accommodation .

because they are not "qualified" to that the school's only Negro ful terms, he will always have The Communist Party of stores still persisted in charg IMPRESSED BY this counsel were nicely

cast ballots. Both flunked the literacy Student, Vivian Malone of Mobile has our ear." America in "Fundamentals of ing the 1 per cent sales tax.I which probably was also blended; and by a syntax of

tests given them by the staff of Registrar teen elected to Phi Chi Theta the national What do the Communistsmean Communism," page 31: "A find it hard to be sympathetic welcome because it gave him clarity and simplicity that reflected
when they talk of real assured people's peace with many of our local time for experiment, and for the training of his long
Thpron Lynd, of Forrest County, women's honor society. Requirements peace? Let them answer for Is possible only under Com. merchants when their prices preparation for the comparison career as a parliamentary

who then declined to give any reason for the society of commerce themselves: munlsm. are too high and their business with Kennedy that was leader. If President Johnson

why they didn't make the grade.It students include at least a "B" Dim itrl Z. Manuilsky In 18JI-: Nikita Khrushchev: "Any. practices not in the best bound to come; the president faced the occasion as an ordeal
interest of the engaged In his trial runs. He there nothing In this
customer was
"Today of course, we are not who
is only natural that Dr. Golden average, leadership qualities character one thinks we have for began with Informal assemblies performance that explainedwhy
strong enough to attack ToBy
and Dr. Daniel because and worth to saken Marxism-Leninism de DOROTHY WOODWARD of
are curious potential society reporters around his he should have.

both are eminent scholars with PhD She's the girl remember who entered -

degrees. They asked help In fillingout the University under federal

voter registry forms. They said court orders last June.. Federalized National I
A J. B. Won't
they were told no advice could be Guard troops escorted her to Pity Be Aroundwhere

given them. Later, they were told it the campus after Governor George

would be against the law to tell why Wallace attempted physically to block RUSSELL BAKERC I want a drink every should have given his credit needed to survive phone and overkill tic. His wife and
( ) l4 NEW YORK
they failed. her entrance.<< NEWS SERVICE TIMES time I reach for the phone, card number, and was informed numbers, credit card num. employer are extending him
To call home from the office; that his card was out of hen, V.A. numbers, club numbers
WASH1NTON The newest' I have to remember the understanding will need
an eightdigit date and that he would haveto passport numbers
thing in neurosis goes by the number pay. to get through to retirement
sequence. Long coin for the call. roll
III pay account numbers, etc:
Lakeland And BaseballOur medical name of numerophrtma -. distance means eleven digits. When J. B.'. wife finally Friends began smiling behind age. Unfortunately, there Is
gravis, or to use the lay.man's One wrong digit and I'm ruin found him he was trying to his back and calling him no cure.

Lakeland's Class A entry In the appeal is prompted by reports The term symptom "digit dudgeon. ed. tear the phone from the booth. "old hunpypockets." He finally Like aU the hidden sufferers

that baseball is slipping. (Indeed theyare art The family doctor remindedhim sought professional care wben.art.r of "digit dudgeon" J, B. Is
Florida State League ought to pro .r1| I-ten myself 'you can do that! he was no longer a trying to deposit some simply obsolete. Evolution will
more than mere reports when some abrupt rise ir,, It. J. .B.' But every call is a boy and advised him to start one ultimately them all
vide sprightly summer entertainmentfor blood money day at his bank replace
Florida State League here have pressurea test. I reach for the phone golfing on weekends.A the teller with
games demanded his account a new race breed to make
Polk County sporting fans. Thisis been known to pull in fewer than 100 flush deep, red i' and catch myself thinking, number life happier for computers.
an alarming
:
an appeal to every red-blooded kid fans!) I i Increase 'suppose I can't cut the mustard prudent mas, J.B. decided; 3, B. has an enlightened! What a pity that I, B. will
in tlu! anymore.: never to be caught off guard employer who realizes that not be around to admire the
hereabouts up to and even past the See you at the next Lakeland Tiger pulse rate Inc I :"Even when I get throughon again. He kept pocket note "digit dudgeon" Is not a vice marvelous life that the machines -

age of 90, to rally around the grand home game. If they turn out to be 'violent ham the first try, I'm wroughtup books which he filled with the but an environmental diseaseof will create for man-

old game of baseball bums, at least tell 'em so to their face. move meets j rude., curt Sometimes, bad tempered I forget what and accumulating numbers h e the age, like smoker's hack one of these days.

The victim I'm phoning to talk about"


LAKELAND LEDGER his may hand clenchand unclench spasmodically BAKER or seizure J B. two experienced veers ago his while first Potomac

strike out with fist at inani- trying to make a credit card FeverBy

mate objects-desks, tables call to Baltimore from a pay

OODONIH 'P.T> COWLI IIIFukl hairs, telephone directories.As booth on the New Jersey lura- FLETCHER KNEBEL
ll r| JOHN MtftkltON, VIM he loses self control he pike outside New Brunswl( .
Imperial Polk County r,..:.ntl CllVt M.MMn.. IIM. The call required him to dial Goldwater defense bow McNamara
accuses of
u iv* l< tan IMMSTT MTI J** goes irrational and commits "fooling" the public. Under
_. .. ......'.1. M.tori *OI POWILLdv.Mn O (for Operator), recite his the rules, McNamara la forbidden to fool the
World Citrus Center ."" Olr..*tri CHAIHf. unspeakable rudenesses. In the public unless he becomes a
_ HUNT l Autfltorl' =::n':.::0 HI,,:: aftermath he becomes morose . candidate.
-
_ I enlter. 'MUC\o." Manr. brooding, apologetic and I I
II loses the capacity to think .
I Q The nation's editors attend an LBJ press conference. Editors and presi !

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 young Over a prolonged periodthe ., . . dents have much In common: both lore to tell reporters how to do their Job. I

patient slowly comes un "I

SUISCRIPTION RATES \" hinged. He loses his will for credit card number 0921-7211- Despite the government's report on cigarettes, one official refuses to quit ;

HOME OtLlVral l a vice presidency, dwells morbidly Bit), the Baltimore code (301) smoking. He says he will not become a slave to his will power .. [
on "the good old days," and the number of the phonehe t''
are ,**r . . . . . SIJ.40 One n ..tk . .. . .4d$ 1,15 starts carping about his electronic wanted rung (904.7385)-a ,

SI. .....k. . . . . $11.70 w..It. . . . . . .::$ .41 society and concocting sequence of 20 digits and one A boll shows that Democrat far outnumber Republicans in this *country !I
juvenile plots to humiliate letter. -but fails to go Into other causes for the fix we're its
Th,.. mnthi $ '.IS Oit "t"r, h ....iI . $100 '.
computers It is a short stepto He had run through the 4

disemployment and a quart first 14 or II digits flawlessly Khrushchev wants more consumer goods in Russia. He'd' like to 'rahe 1
of 69 cent sherry behind the as he tells it, when some
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by pawn shop.J. memory link snapped and he recession the hying from.standard high enough so there'll at least be something to: have a

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 B? a typical numero- began reciting his social security
phrenia gravis case tells of number. On the second *

his own ordeal In these words try he blurted out his drivty's You'II know civil rights demonstrators: mean business! when you see them

j "It has now reached the point permit number when he pn.k.-ung: the iliaft board In the first draft-in. r







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Window t LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April 21, 1K4 "AI A


Maryland's WASHINGTON Brewster REPORT Washer i Governor Hopefuls- Collect $1.5 MillionTALLAHASSEE I GtEN PARTY


Feels SafeBy in Flor] Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville $10,730 for a total of $14,050. He tions of S21846 and spending or STAtiv ATTORNEY

Is. Ida's candidates for governor reported receiving $40- said he spent $9,057 J18.175. .
Running Scared I.... Pel. A... a cues....,
received more than$1.5 millionin 655 for a total of $243,453. He -
Ken Folks of Orlando, a Re-
HAL BOYLE campaign contributions and said he apent $201,320.
----'- NEW YORK CAP) About 12 spent more than $1.2 million of Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla publican governor candidate, 'REELECT"SHELLEY
WASHINGTON-Maryland's of the 3,000 It so far reports to the secretary -County reported receiving $41- listed total spending or $2,204
Negro wards but his men who clean tile SOONE
Danny Brewster strategist gleaming of state's office ..howed.Headinl' 101 for a total of $191.757. He and contributions of $2,487 .
windows
Is running expect him to run well of MAnhattan's said he spent 133022. Brailey Odham of Sanford, I
the list In'money :
skyline fall received -
scared. Scared to their deaths
I stiff. in low-income, blue-collar each year. was former Sen. Fred Mayor Robert King High of Democrat opposing Holland for School .Superintended

The handsome young Sena- neighborhoods with large Polish And at John 0. (Bud) Dickinson of West Miami reported $7,323 for a the nomination for U. S. senator .... "'" 101'' ..... ... ...tI'. .__ ..
tor is the favorite son who Italian and Irish popula hand with a squeegee Cogcin., ate a fine his Palm Beach, who reported receiving -total of $82,832. He said he spent --, reported total contribuCOMPACT u o#'''''" t c..t_ c..... Met._._.. ',,_u.r:: _
must take $63.641.
on last
$50,079 week for a
tlons It was in similar neigh luncheon plate of corned beef
Aiabama'iGeorge Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel
total of $488,129 He said he Q
and
borhoods in Milwaukee that cabbage, he explained
Wallace why $400.768 so far. las County a Republican, reported _
in Maryland'sMay I Wallace polled his most surprising "In most cases they are the spent receiving $1,830 for a "A PENNY SAVED IS
result of Under state law, candidatesfor -
carelessness With
19 Presidential I. votes.Brewster total of $9,913. He said he spent
and U. S. senator _
governor
some
people
familiarity breeds
will not have at his $8,344. .
.
primary contempt," he said. must file weekly reports with A PENNY
EARNED"WOODS
When disposal any of the convenient the secretary of state on the In the race for U. S. Senator,
Wallace firstannounced alibis utilized by Wisconsin "Height Isn't a danger in Itself -,sources of their contributionsand I Sen Spessard Holland, D-Fla,
Democrats after their primary If you take care, you're II how the reported receiving $38,375 for
was
Brewster Republicans cannot safe up there 800 feet above the Sen. Scott Kelly money of Lakeland spent !a total of $162,471. He said be

brushed off the cross over to vote in the Democratic street as anywhere, It's what's fora spent $88,842.
reported receiving $32,015
REMINDS YOU
down below that . .
can hurt
primary. There is you.
challenge a i no total of $363,190. He said he Spends $9,000 a a
"hard core McCarthyite faction" "It's much harder on the $353,289.
preposterous.In the wake of LEWIS upon whom a blame can street cleaning windows from spent Claude Roy Kirk of Jacksonville Butineti-like procedures in county government
be fixed. ladders Twice I fell IS feet off $2U,42) For Burn a Republican candidatefor
the Wisconsin primary, Brewster hove in .
senator, reported receiving meant savings coats ;
now acknowledges that Wallace plans to enter the adders. But I've never fallen Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville

Wallace wiU be a formidable state May 6, immediately after from a strap, God be thanked. reported receiving $34- MUFFLERS FOR SATURN and lowered tax rates for you!
foe. the Indiana primary "I will You only get one mistake with 833 for a total of $328,908. He I tl
campaign In Maryland up and the belt said he spent $263.423 CAPE KENNEDY Wl Engineers -
Publicly, Brewster
the ---- -- -- --
Alabama says down the state as if it were The belts are made of linen. are working to develop
Governor should an Alabama election," ke has Rope cuts, leather rots, cotton Mort Comfort mufflers to soften the roar of
make
a "substantial bid"Privately told lieutenants "I will stay and nylon fray. But linen lasts Wearing the Saturn 5 rocket which is to
Wallace he concedes that until the results are tallied," and its condition is easily FALSE TEETH loft three astronauts toward the Win With Woods
will
likely win a checked. moon before 1970
share Brewster cognizant that he RmUkpl. .Mtatw7ta0T<< "rooin.
greater of the
vote than Studies indicate the Saturn 5
"It is supposed to be Irish too** put dlMxunfort.
FAST-KITH.
be did in has a real fight on his hands, ...... ... .
Wisconsin. plans to campaign linen," said John, who cleanedhis a. imp.and lower putM d. tprtnkld bold ttowa ouppw engines, with total thrust of 7.5 Be-elect . Floyd WoodsCounty
His own soundings last week morning first window here it was Brmr to that they ,..1 mar com million pounds Will produce
convinced Brewster and night until the May 19 primary forubl' No rummy, too*?, 200 million watts of acoustic
that Wal- 17 stories up back In 1929, Uuu or fMllBf It'* tlkilin r Don'ald
lace has surprising strength in He will accept break not long after he left a farmIn ). DOM not tour Ch.,kI "pteM lower *- equal to the combined Commissioner Dist. 1 Countywide Vote

urban and rural areas alike. fast state and invitations evening bids across as well the County Cork. adodrurgccouit*OM ortryirlior FASTKITH*. tad-,..T,. round of eight million hi-fi rec- pus. a.. N. a ciw. w..*. OmMlin Pun. ....>M* WM., TrMHirar
"I must have met 5.000 people "That was in depression days. I ord sets .
During the day he --
expects to ----
he says "There's a and there were more stockbroker .
be tied with Senate debateon
up
heavy undercurrent from going out the windows than
ttte civil bill.
rights
which Wallace is going to leaner*."
draw considerable support" If Wallace can obtain 35 or A cleaner handles around SO
Brewster admits ruefully 40 per cent of the vote against windows a day. Goggin, who Is ) EXCLUSIVE OFFERS! ., 12" LP collector's Album

that he was booed even well Brewster liked, local a personable and 57, has five children two In 4 e 1 commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Normandy Invasion, June
cursed and boy, near panic college-and two grandchildren
spat uponwhenhe
plumped for the Adminis may set in at the Democratic has been on the job J4V4 yrs 6, 1944- tense, proud moments of World War unforgettably cap-

tration's Civil Rights bill. He National Committee. He estimated that In that time tured In sound, words and pictures Available only at Philco/ Dealers
attributes this to a "misunder * he has cleaned about 690,000

standing of the bill, bias and The New York Times' Her windows.
"The trouble Is," he said, $200'
Just plain hate bert Matthew., the man who
Whatever the reasons, sold Fidel Castro to the American that after all those years the
Brewster will be hard pressedto public, will be out witha i same windows still get Just as I
muster a majority of votesin new book on Cuba a month dirty or more so as when
"
some sections of the state from now. Publishers of the 1 began
The sprawling 1st Congressional Matthews work (Macmillan) His age Is no handicap. liestill
District, the socalled East. have this to say in trade advertisements Is as agile as when he
ern Shore, will quite possiblygo : started, and he goes out the
67th-floor window of the RCA
for Wallace That districtwas
"Hard
-hitting, comprehensive
the scene of tumultuouscivil and, above all, unbiasedthis building as unconcernedly as 19VETERAN'S
rights demonstrations last is the only uptodatebook some young ex-paratroopers
who've worked with him. .
year when National Guards- on Cuba for young read- .
31 in the
"There are men union
men were called out to patrol ers. Herbert Matthews, New over 65 still working he 1
the streets of Cambridge. York Times
correspondentand said, 'They don't want to retire -
Wallace Is expected to run long.time Latin American
and I to
want keep on my.self
well in the state's most populous correspondent, traces with
at least until 65 with
district, the 5th, which clarity and simplicity the ou"0 -
t Y
luck, and if the health stays U.a a
atretches from the Virginia background of this turbulent 8cod" Mek \0 'I \OO'A
"+ border on the south to the out Carribbean island from the 1 "''. Eeeryearl One .
skirts of Baltimore in the Spanish conquest to Castro'srevolution. '1"'I .I"i .ekeotPl'IS'oco

north. The state's most "en- The current eco w1ltPlttlcoWstn \
lightened" district, the 6th. Is nomic and social changes are wb1 we SPECIAL Jet to Europe! 17 days-6 Countries! Trivet,

populated by tens of thousandsof discussed objectively by a =...\\\\.\\,ou Hotels, Sightseeing Your Philco Dealer has all the details.$499.50 each from t tI
Federal workers who commute man who has been following KlNGSWOODSPROTT New York City.
A from suburban homes to Fidel Castro's career closely
the District of Columbia. Republican since its very beginning" ;
__
Charles "Mac" Ma. |I- \
't 1
thias, who represents the district I MOVED TO JR
in Washington admits ,
1 I 118 LEMON ST.
privately that Wallace will W. STATE
r t
i
make a strong bid I Lanier Upshaw I w
la Baltimore, too, Wallace INC. REPRESENTATIVEHERE'S
may be tough. He will be eu.4mw .. i.I". ,..'" ===
,_ ...,. ._
N. A aeV
clobbered, of course, In the I I

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FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENSSenator



Holland strongly' supports those who have the need.. It Is financed .
IuI 'I'IE {
fA medical! assistance to Florida's and administered by our

senior cillxons.Two states with large Federal support

Our entire Florida delegation In \

proposals have been of. Congress voted for the rr-Mllfs I

fered . Medicare and the approach Our state legislature +'

Medicare approved It for a two year period WASHER
DE-632V DRYER
approach.
Kerr-Mills
Famous Undertow Agitator optritll' ( to
7 AC 43 AIR CONDITIONER
os did 36 of our states and terri 10 limn fitter thin mOlt iiititori4Cvcli Crlss-Crosa tumble action, Two eyelet
limited hospitalization ,
offers only 6700 BTU/HR tt > Cools 440 ft
Noiwlni IQ ,
Automatic Programmed Washing Oeluie control pine) Single" dill control
and financed by additional Social tortes Pocket.die portable AM radii Pushbutton control. t 4 Sittings Automatic ; Automatic\ water savor Big J 12 Ib, 'Full 12 Ib eipicity Front.mounted '
Is I trintntori Big' Mt wood with thermostat Dirt Curtain Flits Dminid to eipicity Automatic filtir.Oiifuruir lint trip liutiiii fluid Porcililnfmlthid .

Security taxes administered W. are committed as a state a""splkerreal 0 88 iiv pinili!spies le blind Choirs with i of your front 228.00 Tans Bursa, biY.way Alii-Spill. ] -/ oo tat ell ibrles.drum $eb' 138.88WIIH

flmiN.f .
It closes
the Federal Government and nation the Kerf-Mill
to
by try IiutMA.ntd' ntlna WUh T>... Tr...

covers'all old persons, rich and approach ,for two years. If ---- arutawma ttta 1

but does not cover doctor changes are necessary, we eon
poor And don't forgot the big $30.00 Installation allowance

bills. On the other hand, Ken make them to assure adequate given I by the City of Lakeland Utility Dept FREE a S

Mills covers both hospital ond medical assistance to our older during April for buying a 220r air conditioner.

doctor bills and protects only citizens. $10.00 Allowance for 11 Or. Unit PARKING Cu r

I
SPESSARD L HOLLAND 'M.mb.r ef the SentII. eM.mb r ef Joint Cornis YOUR PURCHASE CAN BE
a Member of the S.n- Agriculture and Forestry snits.o en reduction .f DRIVE RIGHT ;

.... Appropriations Com- Committee. nonossonrtal. Foderal ..tpmiffs. FINANCED ON THE SPOT IN OPPOSITE

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KlNGSWOODSTATf !Aircraft Firm -Seeking Defense Against Enemy Satellites ; I


I By RALPH DIGHTON against Intercontinental mis weapons-planning experts to devise -'political climate would have to I North American's chief of operations *
( Associated Press Science Writer .. countermeasures against be assessed, of course before analysis, said la ad exclusive
LOS ANGELEo, (AP) A The Russians claim they havea what may be the next generation -'toy such concept could be put interview.
major aerospace, company la missile defense, but give no space weapons: nuclear In production." T, R: Parsons,, , Preparedness Sought
pending! thousand of man details. The United States is ex satellites. I
KfrMStNTAtlVE hours taking a bard look at perimenting with Its controversial Their concepts so far range I "But we want to be ready if
what's likely to happen if cither: Nike Zeus antimissile missile from a system they say couldbe Castro Claims the need arises."
the Soviet Union or the United and is pushing work on a fasterone operational la a matter of I Parsons said that It U.S. "t )
States develops a good defense called Sprint. weeks armed: with aa X1S satellite-destroying: rocket plane Marines Causing ground tracking stations should ": . .

New Weapons Sought detect a Russian satellite suspected ; ,
warheads-to a 1975 supersonic .
Noee cash r. fey VIM Going on the assumption that transport carrying piggyback Trouble At GitmoHAVANA of taking spy picturesas . .fjj1.\. .
one or both powers will perfecta an X20 Dyna-Soar type or orbi- does our own Samoa variety.
lOO wrnII defense against ground- tal vehicle capable of capturingand (AP) AccusingUS. an XII rocket plane could I : :
1 o launched missiles few handle the situation in either of .
within
: a boarding mysterious spacecraft Marines of harassing cu- ... ". .
n. Mao To See
years, North American AviationInc. I ban soldiers along the rim of two ways: ,"
AT .. has assigned several National objectives and the the Guantanamo Naval Base 1. Launched as usual from
Fidel Castro said Sunday nighthe a B3J bomber, the XIS could
ACCEPTANCECORPORATION cm, KtirJAMES would take the case before streak to an altitude of 300,000
the United Nations. feet and fire a nuclear-tipped
L. In a long, rambling broadcast rocket at any target up to :300
Of FLORIDA ; marking the third anniversaryof miles high,
COMPARE I"fSF LOW tow PAYMENTS ; .;. I. the Bay of Pigs Invasion 2. Instead of a warhead, the
CASN aA cAsPi Is CAses IIr"all RODEH' Prime Minister Castro said X13 could fire a bottle of paint
M.nn Yaart Men/nl Ya6N er1AsSoo '.. Cuba would no longer tolerate that 05 impact would splatter
s3r/o s4oo.o srloo $I50.U 11! Yu* F lk CeunfyTAXASSESSOIf oJ"lber.J. violations of its sovereignty, the lenses of downward-aimed of Yt
ale arsons teoo sloo,3r stoC.n.r
sslaoo
rf( Castro warned that If the cameras
N l IME9 CAH I. WHARTON I United States is planning any That may sound funny but ,
LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS onOC QIMEA :
"IN MMI s/M errs ass" aggressive move from Guantanamo Parsons wasn't Joking
PERIODS AA! COMPAAACI!
DAY SIRVICI "we remind them of the "There might be men In the
217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 24161 ,N ntf1'pr.tlp'r,: itne-f Bay of Pigs and danger to Russian satellite," he said. "It
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humanity of such a crisis. might be better politically to
-- make them look silly than to
kill them.
Parsons team Is using computers .
to calculate the cost and
effectiveness of all kinds of defenses
TOMORROW ONLY
against all expectablekinds .
of satellites

ANTI-SATIUITI VEHICLE CONCIPT This I. e ..a..eptuel .
... i A "...1.. .f a eiesyt; .ck .RN-oet.Uise sahisle Metes .w.u,
VOTE from It* tftn, ,.'u tramp** ( *ttim v.klcb), which tot carried
it I* bunch elHtu .. Me. inch a IfcU ere LI.l e ."r>lor.a' kfKl
FOR .*Hit .t Nash Aw.ricarj Avi.ri.ii, U*. In L.. An|.,Ui I*
4"vlM' MUnNnnMivrtf. ifiiMit what ., ha H... aalt t.II..tle,
.I specs W..*..., 11I,11.! .......,..",..t ..teni.... (AP Wir*.
ONDERS ,....)


Laos Prince Claims


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THIS ,WEDNESDAY IS. . z Coalition Working


DOLLAR DAY 'Neutralist VIENTIANE Prince, Laos Souvanna(AP-I) day rightists' grab for power Sun

I the
Despite rightist troops
Phouma claimed today his coalition
ringing Souvsnns'e villa, the
I government continues to situation appeared to be retur
function despite the right-wing trig to normal!, Souvannt/s s>
JMelds is '
LeFRANCIS coup which unseated him two called coalition government has
a (days ago.Souvanna. been a powerless facade of e
regime for 14 months The sporadically \
made the declaration
I warring armies of the
Q. Il IlI
QuauTY from the balcony of his right-wing neutralist and proCommunist -
1 villa where right-wing military factions each coa-
I OISCOUN L. leaden still have him under'trol parts of Laos.
I house arrest. From his balcony Souvannatold
,
w PIPKINCOUNTY Buady Arrives newsmen that King Saving
ii f P r Vathana whom he visited with
r US. Undersecretary of State
1 the rebel leaders at the royal
4 William Bundy arrived In Vien-
COMMISSIONER'
capital of Luang Prabang Monday -
tiane on a special mission forPrllldnt
BONUS
DISTRICT #1 told him he did not approve
Johnson to emphasizeWashington' (
N. M.. Mv. of the coup.
of
COUPONS! disapproval the
.
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King Won't Lei Him QuH|

r Informed sources said thrl
rCUPTHJsSwFSNPA { w q r aj kiik! toldiSouvanija that even pi
t 1 he tesfgned as premier, tM
R **TIB king could not accept the resignation
Point Pen | because the coalition was
Ball guaranteed by the 14 nations
98c $ which signed the Geneva agreement
|
Reg. $ la 1ge2.I .
w-.. / t 1 I The agreement guaranteedthe
"''y / neutrality of Laos and paved
4 A Ir.
Wks Cwpo the way for the coalition gov
MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE ernment. The coalition has not
functioned because of continual
SPORT SHIRTS feuding between the rightistsand
JAC SHIRT the pro-Communist Pathet

In Pan S ,. Lao.Souvanna went to Luang Prs-

EveningStick Dsodoront \ 2 for1$3 btfng with the two leaders of the
m
orCreaReg coup Gens Kouprssith Abhay
2 for $3 and Siho Lamphoutakal. Askedto
50 3 ITV reconcile his claim that his
nw Or 65# Dacron 35% Cotton government still functioned with

a Wink CeueR ......cloth, D.cr.. ..4 C....r bit lauds .r Itrl j.., l.r.. Selection .f : J his being under house arrest.
Col.rful .trI,. .r w.... '1.1.*. W.... eel.! ... Hide shim 'til r.Hiw'i D.,. Souvanna replied: "I cannot say
.bl., Ch.lc MertmtHt.. SML I-M.L.XL. anything more."
/ there Is quite a

difference between Cop KillersReward

LADIES' COTTON LADIES' COTTON

"ficadlines" mid"Jicadiecijj" Set
1LADIES'
HALF BABYDOLLS

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At $100,000LAWRENCEVTLLE.


SLIP Oe. (AP)
It It one thing for a School Board member to -Efforts to raise $100.000 In re-
flare up at other Board members and make (award money for apprehensionand
150 headlines} But, it Is quite another thing for a conviction of the slayers of
three have been announced
2 for i $1TlIored School Board member to gain the support of other policemen by Gwinnett County

COTTON Board members, so that the School Board makes Commissioners.
headway. The announcement came yesterday
as the reward fund
PAJAMASMan Seem te seem panel, er Fency. I Unfortunately, representation from District 4 reached S7.500 including f S,000

lace and eytlst trl... Check er Fleral Prints. has been noted much more for headlines than. posted by the commissioners rewardIn
Also listed Is Jl.500
a
Tailored-Long or $1 Whit 11I1,. SimSML Short er Itrmuda i headway. state 'money announced by
Capri" length pants length ,oata. SML L Oov. Carl E. Sanders and $1-
Pastel prints Sizes 32-40 DICK BRUMBAUGH can make headway for 000 offered by an unidentified
District 4 and, all of Polk County -by presenting Gwinnett businessman.The .
his viewpoints and policemen were slain In
I intelligently reason.
TAILORED
MEN'S
MEN'S Men's Short Sleeve ana-like style In the pre-dawn
ably. And, by gaining necessary cooperation and hours last Friday. They were

EXECUTIVE WalkingShorts Knee Length support from the other members of the Board.Let's shot with their own guns and
LENGTH ; authorities said they may have
stumbled into a gang of auto
PJ.lexer get our mobile thieves.
HOSE ; The policemen were Investigating
a complaint of a disturbance *

fore School Boardmoving they were in an killed.isolated area when

2 pro $1 2 for $3 : 2 Funds also Fends were Raised being raisedfor

the benefit of the familiesof
100% trth nylon On I Elastic woiit- with . the victims. Ralph K. Davis
size fits 9ft to 13. Cast crisp en 4 com : lend snap fasteners.Fine Marvin. Jesse Gravitt and JerryR.

0\, Choke: of 1 color fortable. Assorted pet- s hll." ... One Gwlnnett Everett commissioners sent

terns and eel." Sizes pechet. 4 celers.M' BRUMBAUGH (telegrams to Georgia congress-
305.42. I.XL 1 men. various chambers of commerce
I law enforcement agencies
and news media appealingfor
I I. LBtUMiOU help In raising the reward
. QUANTITIES! : LIMITED-COME( I I I EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION-NO DEALERS PLEASE *U-fc fVo /wed M (ZJ \ fund.The telegram signed by Ub-

,chic 1.1tNctiM0I0tftat
'and S. Freeman commission

LAKELAND U.S. 92 East at Rose St. ....... chairman said It is In the In-
: CHARGE IT QUALITY I DISCOUNTS T. erest of aociety in general that
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OPEN : Daily 10 AM to 10 PM; Sunday Noon to 7 PM /C AlWAYSr"4 Id I lmr-: ( to 0 w> dc he Investigators killers be apprehended.said they have

some good leads but declined
. M." a.r.1 to elaborate, They said earlier
that fingerprints were found on
two guns cf the victims.I .


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AprB 1M7Arl
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!'W'l\I: , ", :, '" .,,,' ''F.I'm, 9.t:<:14'3'. $""r! j ,/n.i'uh" ,>< : ''J''t.-.: !. er'. Early Lakeland High Publication TIME FORCHANGE A

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" Economy Staff Members, Given AwardsEighteen

By STERLING F. GREEN
Temperatures In Florida And Around The- Nation WASHINGTON (AP) 'The students, membersof adviser of the Bagpipe, nine I supervision of the Highlander
STATION economic good cheer publication staffs at Lakeland ' adviser of staff
radiate the
H. L. Charleston ........ 77 68 Milwaukee .. years as yearbook
........ 49 42 Senior High School were
Miami ............. 80 73 by President Johnson last week and founder of the Tam
Chicago ...... ... 53' 45
.t. Mph-St. Paul ...... 587 recognized for achievement In
Jacksonville ........ betokens no early boom; the and its
84 0' Shanter adviser for
59 Cincinnati ,......... 77 II
New Orleans ........ 30 14 specific fields, special recognition
Key West .......... gains he announced at two new She
81 two was presented TUNGROC VARNISHES
75 Cleveland .......... 51 41 years.
and
service
New
York ........ 39 at the 15th r
LAKELAND ....... ,7.17 conferences were good but defi from each of
gj gifts the publics-
tt Denver ............ 56 38
Omaha. ........... 61 47 annual awards dinner last night $sp.e Mwkse.
.
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Ocala\ ..
\ ......... 90 60 nitely un.pectacular.Looklnl tions. Other advisers. Miss
Des
Moines ........ 62 52
Philadelphia ..:.... SO 42' at the Commons of Florida Q. D. PI U a
Orlando ............ 88 at the many business Hazel Haley, Miss Maxine Me-:
60 Detroit ............. 50 43 Southern I
Pittsburgh .......... 62 58 College. Bar 6' Table T.
Pensacola .......... go indicators now In hand for Intyre and Mrs Grace Blake pLAKELAND FULL TIMI
68 Fairbanks ........... 39 27
51. Louis ............ U 82 Achievement awards from the .
Sarasota .. Spahr Se.I. ON THI JOi
......... 87 62 Fort Worth ........ 82 65 March the first month of the student also received tokens of appreciation
San Francisco ...... 54 47 Bagpipe newspaper
Tallahassee ..... massive federal tax cut. mos from their staffs. Will Keep An PramlmELECT .
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55 Honolulu ............ 82 70 I
Janet
went to Collins
for the
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Seattle ............. 51 41
Tampa ..... .. economists GLIDDEN
government
.. were
:
88
58 Indianapolis ...... 71 Cl Charles Parker painted the
? Washington ......... 58H 45 most subscriptions; Connie Le- I
W. Palm Beach .... go 73 Juneau ............ 40 First a bit surprised that retail man. most advertising; and I mural depicting some of the PAINT CENTER

Kansas City ?...... 79 BAROMETERSO sales slipped slightly even Marshall New, most points Ann' high spots in the life of Miss I II* S. ,Ie,.... Ave. Ralph J. RossiTAX
Atlanta .........,.. 63 57 Los Angeles ........ 68 7 ..m., 3020. though practically every wage- Harwood of the Davis, which was the focal pointin '". CII-1917
Boston .........?.. 47 38 Memphis .......... 83 67 1 p.m. Monday, 30.22. earner had more take-horn yearbook, received the decorations prepared by OM .,100,A.M. te ASSESSOR
pay; and HI1hI.Oder'l the Tam 0' Shanter staff. The SilO '.M..' Days
...... For the most ,6 M. a.... Sr a. A IIeMI
Price Hikes Not Found Lucy Miller for the. program was handled under the I

Second considerably relieved thing Carolyn Cole and Cheryl

to note that the modest gain Clark received top honors for
team sales in for
provide neither reason nor encouragement advertising
for a whirl of higher the Tarn O'Shanter literary serves theHard
f prices. magazine and James Thompson :
; Johnson broke the new on was rewarded for selling

r tr Thursday that national outputhit the most subscriptions. i' ARD !

t : a record rate of $(60S billionIn Special Awards Made 'i of Hearing
I
t h. r the first quarter, up nearly I Special recognition for out I

er $37 billion from a year ago. standing contribution to their I
Most economists had expected respective publications this year
something bigger The SSSbi went to Donna Rolfe, Bagpipe: I
lion rise for the January-March ,Sherry Burkhart, Highlander; NOW..YOU can HEARfor
: quarter fell short by nearly $3 'and Charles Parker, Tam 0'1,
billion of the gain in the preceding -Shanter ''I
;: caweNrar.t quarter and was somewhat Retiring editors and business I only pennies a day with this It .
mailer than even the quarter managers were cited for service

,L .> .i before that. and loyalty. Diane Lashley and

.... ', The sales volume of the na Guerry Dobbins received the
.. ---..- J'J& Ion's retailers who had Bagpipe awards Richard Pace
A. "'; -- every ;
::; '. '
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V. }:: right to expect a banne..tastermonth and Eleanor Futch the High-
-ano.r- t'' ,, ..r1drwar.asvt lander awards and Sharon
-declined 1 per cent from ; Hoion -
'., aea...-..+r n February after allowing for seasonal Susan Johnson, and Robert AMAZING EAR LEVEL

r. .....,.... ..ew -* r \,.... )-<'':OJ .. ., trends according to the Vick 1 Tarn O' Shanter, I DEVICE THAT WEIGHS
aa.w ... :, >" ",> i,:,,>;::::;. , tip ' preliminary Commerce Depart- Cynthia Klausner was an-
;"t \ '. _,< ;" ment survey. nounced as the winner of a Quill ONLY
.. ... I V4 OUNCE I
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-, ._ :.If The volume of new orders and Scroll Society national' kr
booked by durable goods manufacturers award for an editorial which
dipped 2 per cent thirst appeared In the Bagpipe.

WcathercastFair A Most decrease other Indexes since fall.rose. But Albert Adams R. Adams Speaks, supervising,I I :. #:}: Wards New

,, the seemed substantiate principal of Lakeland area .
skies and warm temperatures rM e t record to .
will continue through ystAt the forecasts of the Present's -schools, was the speaker His
Council of Economic Ad- topic was "Happiness Is a
tomorrow In this area, weather. "
.
men said today.Southeaaterly vlsers that the stimulative impact tourney I "Hearing Improver"'It's
Short humorous talks on the
winds will blow of tax reduction will be

.t 8 to It miles an hour during:, Partly cloudy and warm spread out over a period of two were workings presented of the by Janet three Collins staffs,

the daylight hours, diminishing tonight and Wednesday. Low tonight or three years. Bagpipe; Susan Upshaw Highlander -
The council's chairman, WaIter -
to less than S miles an hour at editorial
staff Donna
In the 60s. W, Heller, told the Mid wenEconomics ;
night The humidity will be '
Walker, Highlander business WARDS HEARING
ttsy to use the
moderately low during the day B, C, D: Generally fair Association In Chi. SPECIAL
staff; and Bobby Grizzard, lam
the first IMPROVER and hear again! You may notn..eSltlllth.tlm..butwh.nyoudo.
that
Saturday
and rather high at night :through Wednesday. Low to ago 0' Shanter staff
quarter rise in Gross National 30 DAY OFFERYOU
The maximum
temperature night 60 to (5. Richard Pace was toastmaster I
here 83 Product la "directly on the projected you just| slip It Into your sir and you get
yesterday was degrees, and Marshall New gave the Invocation -
the minimum this morning was I E, F H. I: Generally fair course" laid out In his Dan Cooper Introduced I that "Hearing Lift" that helps make life SAVE ALL BATTERY

63 degrees, and no rain fell atthe through Wednesday. Low ,tonight January forecast the speaker.The worthwhile! It can be such a blessing' COSTS FOR TWO YEARS!
city hall weather station. 60s. Mostly southeast IH At that time the council pre dinner was dedicated to I

winds 8 to I IS miles hour.G dicted a total output of about I Miss Virginia! Davis,'who Is re-,
The bird population the per $623 billion for 1964, or a gainof tiring this year She was cited FREE TEST COME IN send coupon for FREE NERVE DEAFNESS booklet \
Everglades National Park has: J. K: Partly cloudy through some 54 cent from thirst _
per I for her work for 22 years as - - - -. rS - . -- - - r .
decreased over the last few;Wednesday with a few showers.Low O to the final quarters."Thia I '
W.,. .
t .
w bati J Moittiomnr oat I.. Mm rl IU4.QPU
years. I tonight 70 to 75. hardly sounds Indlgest- COVERS RESIGNATION I ; p
bly rapid" Heller said. Buying HENDERSON. Ky. -Patrol-- .*. ""cSfRtt .ten"NERve. ,. I
demand will not outstrip produ. I DEAFNESS;; E:
Parts Of 26 States Get Holland Ion, he said; there will still be "covered NAME ,:

I much excess plant capacity: the police ,force. WARDS IADDRES

Effects Of Rainy Weather Opponent unemployment Is likely to He submitted the resignationto 1
be around S
per cent at yearend, the City Commission then '1
despite some Improvement sine wrote the for his HEARING AID SERVICES CITY: sTAr
story new employer
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: strong winds. Funnel 'cloud . l
Visit TampaTAMPA January. the - -- -- -- - --- -.
Evansville Ind.,
were reported near Joplin and
Wet and cloudy weather covered Another government economist Courier. I
broad areas of the nation Nevada. Strong winds lashed replying privately to a
today after an outbreak of violent Greenfield about 35 miles northwest (AP) Both U. S. ewsman'i Inquiry on the Impact .._._'-.._____ Ii
thunderstorms and tornadic of Springfield, Mo. Sen. Spessard L. Holland, D-Fla, of the tax cut, said It would
winds in central sections. The Weather Bureau reported and Ms opponent for nominationto be premature to judge by the
The rain and cloudy weather tornadoes hit widely separatedareas the office In the May S pri March statistics, but: "If you

extended Into areas of,26 states Monday in Texas. Oklahoma mary, were In Tampa Monday, had to say something, you'd say
from Texas to Minnesota and Kansas, Nebraska low but they didn't get together. there has been no visible effect.It .
It wasn't the fault of the
from the central Rockies eastward and Missouri causing property opponent will show up a bit later on."
to southern New Englandand damage. No serious injurieswere Bralley Odham. He Invited There is wide agreement that
the mid-Atlantic states reported. Holland to share a television ,the broad March gains cited by
but Holland de-
Thunderstorms and showers Coolest weather was in partsof program the President In his news conferences .
continued during the night and New England with temperatures clined. saying: last Thursday and 'Satrday -
whole time here in florIda
"My (
early morning in sections of the In the upper 20s in north- were still reflection of the
Midwest and parts of the southern ern Maine. They ranged to the ) is budgeted. I'm having a anticipation of a tax cut rather
active visit to the andI
Plains. A thunderstorm 70s along the Gulf Coast very area than the actuality.Adams.
haven't the faintest Idea of glv
squall line moved eastward ng him a listening audience.."
southwest Missouri, setting
across Marcos Head
In extending the invitation, HitsRemoval
off locally heavy rain and, ,
Odham told Holland he wanted

Of Philippine to ask him some questions in. r
cluding this one: ,'
OI iwr wn kfw{ "+'SMy.a a'rr
T "I want you to explain to the
Re.Elect Senate, ResignsMANILA democrats and the people of Of Signs
Florida why you refused to support -
: All APFerdinand E the Democratic Party and
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Secretary -
President Kennedy In the 1960
Marcos, pre.ident'of the Philip-
of State Tom Adams
yprinee"Man pine Senate, resigned today presidential campaign. looked upon removal of political
from the presidency of President Civil Rights Bill Hit signs from the state's highways
Diosdado LIberal -
Macapagal's
Holland told Tampa audiences as leading to voter apathy and
party and Joined the opposition
hat passage of the civil rights throwing the campaign to the
Nactonalista party. bill in present form would lead candidate with the most money
Marcos said he could "no
to worse conditions for all Americans Adams made the statement
Morris ,Comber longer stomach the abuses In for years to come. He during a news conference Monday -
the government. He has been
added: after learning that State
CONSTABLE DIST d'Sa. feuding with Macapagal for "The rest of the country now I load Department Chairman

_e url+w. aclwp. months and Is considered a I. learning that it too has a terrific -John Phillips had ordered his
YwMPd. likely aspirant for the presidency -
P.1.-_. problem on Its hands." road crews to remove any'signs
next year. He said white people are becoming violating the state's 1M1 law
--- aroused over demonstra- regulating outdoor advertising.

SAFE DRIVERS INSURANCE tons in New York and other Bill PlannedA
parts of the North and West
I Y*.r MCr4 for th. .... S teen >*ti which thought they had no civil 1942 attorney general's opinIon -
veer e.r firer which trey W .. tew M S22.00 rights problems. classed political signs and
SO COO A, Compacts 00 "These are critical days," said posters with commercial adver
4m 3 Year Car Holland who Is seeking a fourth ising
r.r 10.000/20000/5,000 luVilitr! Class 1A A II. At* 25-4 term Adams vowed to take up the
C..s..r.al. uis.. n ..M.r.1"IA... :'tt..., .::: C.e MM..w,. :",' matter with the 1965 Legislature
,....,, a.w L.w1 w.N d.' .r '
s.1 ,
tWIto .11.. .........nnu.II.. .. -i saying he planned to draft for f d
MNationwide General Insurance. Co.HARVEYA.tUSMITHQAGENCY. Retired Jumper consideration a bill clarifying i
the law regarding political sfgm
Won't Sky Dive Enforcing the law against po-

413 S. Florida Ave. Phone MU 62191tVMi itical signs; he said, would forcethe

I ..|t r.... MU 2-5097 DAYTON. Ohio m-Chief Warrant candidates to spend large
-- --..- Officer Edward J. (Spook) sums of money-if they had It-
Murray retired from the Air on fees for signs and posters, or
Force this year after 548 para- to limit their campaigns to
chute Jumps for purposes ranging newspaper, radio and television
"Where do you get your rebozos? from World War II combat dvertising I

cement." 10 research on escape from disabled i Voter apathy would result he
"The same place I get my aircraft said, from removing the signs

Now that he's through jumping from the eyes of the people. "We
haml shawls
Many yean ago. rtbozof, colorful -woven professionally, Murray ..ay.ther.l1 would be denying ourselves a
were major export of Mexico. Today Mexican exporters be no parachuting for great deal of public consciousness White lines hold the road like a Wide-Track Pontiac.

are more apt to be offering cement. port, explaining: "I never did that the public needs to

Like othh nations; Mexico became lndiutriJi/, and believe much. In sky diving. have," he said.
Now. Mexico exports - - --- -- -- --- ---- -- -- ----
more technically accomplished. 1-
more than 1000 manufactured armies, ranging from r If this Wide.Track Pontiac Catallna clung to the highway any closer, It'd bo a coat of paint. Pitch and away,

I ball bearings to electric with toasters.rebozo And is kept the tradition alive in to-oloualty Hiro I Wlde-Tracks don't They corner flat through high-speed turnpike curves or vicious backroad S'a. (They also

I day's product synonymous You can still get rbows-the same Charles L.I Cooper i turn corduroy roads to gabardine.) Why alt here yearning? You could be out driving Catalina roun.lf.WideTrack .

place you get your cement. PonUac
Important **'
KnowW of our modem neighbors
day. Send for the free 16-page booklet Know Mexico As Your Tax CollectorA. See your authorized Pontiac dealer for a wide choice of Wide-Tracks and good used cars, coo.

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' S-A LAKELAND LEDGE*. THE BEST APARTMENTS Pan-American Program I

t' Tuesday, April H ISM IN TOWN ARE ADVERTISED IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED SECTION.
I CHECK THEM NOWI Women
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!r M Mrs. Max C. Phillip, for other coins to purchase tha
elgn affairs chairman for pumps and fittings. Deliveryto
American Legion Auxiliary the selected villages la be.
Unit 4, will present a program Ing conducted through CARE
while the Peach Corps is
"Pan-American Relation guiding
Grand Opening on at the auxiliary meeting tonight the Installation. The cost
at 8 o'clock at the U- for each pump and fitting. will
be $125.
Ion Hall.
She will explain that the Last year's project of buildIng .
National president project for rural schools In Domini.can .
the year Is to buy 100 pumps Republic study country
for waterless villages In the last year. Is being completed.
Republic; of Ecuador, study Members Of Lakeland's past
Wed., April 22 country of the auxiliary1 for- presidents' parley will con
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eign relation program. duct the Initiation of new
Call for appointment nowl Each auxiliary throughoutthe members and act as hostessesat
country, according to Mr*. a reception following At
.0 Phillips, his made piggy the business session, the
r banks from .plastic bottle nominating committee wW
filling them with pennies and present the slate of officers.


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, &AnLS :Ax 5r Calendar ListedLAKE

'
WALES Polk Avenue FFA convention, .boy to attend -
BEAUTY SALON Elementary School Par State Forestry Camp
ent-Teacher Association will and delegate to the national
v.f hold its last meeting of the convention in Kansas City In

I ::4'q_ year Oliver tonight, school with Mis principal.Dorothy October.Awards will be given In live

presenting a program "Think stock judging and for projects
_
throughout the year.
About New Approaches to

MRS. CHARLES EDWARD TAPSCOTT Modem Math."
: ._ Teachers will be In their
rooms from 7 to 7:30: o'clockfor Tri SigmasTo
Miss Woodall Is Bride parents wishing to visit
... rooms or talk to teachers. Celebrate66th
This Is a new time, one-half
Of Charles E. TapscottMiss hour earlier than usual.
.. .
The first grade room representatives BirthdayBeta
1S Margaret Hull Woodall and yellow roses, entwined will be hostesses.
$ with ivy Attendance prizes will be given Phi of
L_ became the bride of Charles chapter Sigma
__ Edward Tapscott son of Mr. Best Man to the three rooms with the Sigma Sigma sorority at Florida
Mr. Tapscott served his son most parents present at the Southern College will celebrate
and Mrs. H. T. Tapscott, 831
best Ushers DI. meeting Fathers will count
I as man. were the 66th year of the
: 1026 E. Memorial Blvd. Osceola, last night at the home on Bassett of Orlando and Edgar double, a spokesman said sorority's founding today at

Phone 683.5951 of the bride's parents Mr. and Hull of Plant City. RIDGE HD CLUB a banquet at 5:30: p.m. in the
Mrs J. H. Woodall Jr., 718 Assisting in hospitalities at LAKE WALES-Mrs. How- president's dining room_at the
Buena Vista Drive. the reception that followed at ard Bunner, "Mother of the college
the Woodall home were Miss Year" of the Ridge Home The sorority 11'11. foundedon
Performing the ceremony Jane Ward Miss Lucile Wynn, April 20, 1898, at State
FOR OUR GRAND OPENING WE ARE FEATURING THESE Demonstration Club, will be
vII Thomas Butler, Churchof Mrs. Jack Wimberly Mrs. honored at the club meeting Normal School of Farmville,
NATIONALLY POPULAR PERMANENT WAVES AT Christ minister, assisted by Hull of Plant City. Mrs. Lawrence tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the di Virginia, now Longrood College -
I Just what you want In a beauty the Rev. Joseph Huntley, pastor Hobklrk, Mrs. James rectors' room of the Lake The theme of the banquet
salon . expertly trained beauticians of Grace Lutheran Church. Hooker, Mr*. David Castles Wales Bank and Trust Com will be "The Candle-
J Music was presented by Mrs. and Miss Lea Robinson. Mrs. flame of Committment."

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I and stylists, luxurious decor, Wayma Robson, organist, and Bassett of Orlando Invited pany.A demonstration of flower Guests expected are: Mrs.
\. 2 and all the latest equipment. Were Mrs John King, soloist. guests to sign the bride's book. arranging will be given at 2 Charles T. Thrift; Miss Hattie .
off want the pleasure of serving you. Swiss Eyelet Dress Following the reception, the by Mrs. Neal Conner. L. Eicholtz, dean of worn.
9. 13.50 Treasure Cream,: Oil 625 Do come in soon. newlyweds left on a trip to the Hostesses for the meetingwill en; Mrs. Mildred Ibberson,
PermonentWoveincl.haircut and more Given In marriage by her east coast beaches. They will be Mrs. M. F. Futch and faculty advisor; members of
father, the bride wore a street- reside at 1327 Sixth Ave, NW, the Lakeland alumnae chapter
Mrs. J. W. Martin.STRAWBERRY
17.00 Treasure Custom 725' length dress of .white hand Gainesville, where Mr. Taps living In the Polk County area;
reg. embroidered Swiss eyelet over cott will resume engineering FESTIVAL Mrs. Pauline Finkelson. sorority
Permanent Wave Incl. haircut satin fashioned with wrist- studies at the University of LAKE WALES-The annual housemother; Miss I
length French cuffed sleeves Florida. Mrs. Tapscott will Strawberry Festival sponsored Joanne Carpenter of Winter
reg. 22.00 Treasure Deluxe 925 Carol Brent Ensemble and an Empire waist. Her be employed by Lozonby, Dell, by the Junior High Haven, president of Rho chapter .
Permanent Wave incl. haircutALl matching pillbox hat held a Graham Wlllcox and Barber, Methodist Youth Fellowshipof at Florida State University
veil of illusion and she car law firm. First Methodist Church will ; mother of Beta Phi members
COMPLETE NOTHING MORE TO BUY Shampoo, our special creme rled a white Bible, topped witha be held tomorrow from 9 till ; Jim Yeatts, chapter
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED rinse) and style set cascade arrangement of Mrs. Bennett 7 p.m. In the church fellowship sweetheart for 196445, and
rcg 3 50, only 1 188 white Iris centered with a yel hall. Claude Stampa, pledge sweetheart
.
low rosebud corsage. To Preside At A minimum donation of 25
Mrs. V. E. Nelson of Austin, cent per'.ervln, will be re Toastmistress for the banquet
Tex., served her sister as matron Xi Sigma MeetXI ceived. Homemade cake and will be Miss Kelly An-
.Come in and visit . we have a FREE gift for you of honor. Leslie Woodall, Ice cream will be served with derson, of Glenview, III., retiring -
the
bride's sister president. Following
was a junior Sigma chapter Beta Sigma fresh strawberries. Money
bridesmaid. The attendants banquet, the pledges will en-
'.I Phi sorority will meet tonight will be used for the MYF
MONTGOMERY WARD BEAUTY SALON PHONE wore dresses of green, white at 8 o'clock at the home summer youth camp activities. tertain with a skit.
683.5951 ,
and yellow, the bride's chosen of Mrs. Robert Titus, 1640 QUOTA CLUB Awards for the past year
colors. They carried nosegays LAKE WALES-Mrs. CleoK. will be presented by Mm
..10II. "11 Mockingbird Lane.
of white stock, daisies The City Council report will Harris has been elected Janet McWhorter of Ft Lauderdale -
elected presi
newly
be read Mrs. John president of the Lake Wales
by Hyden.
Mrs. Joe Bennett, presidentwill Quota Club, and will be Installed dent. The Alumnae chapter'splans
for annual senior
the
GRAND OPENING at a banquet later this
SALE preside over the last meet- send-on, honoring graduating
month.
t Ing of her term of office at seniors, to be held on May 2
which time plans will be made Elected to serve with her at Christina Park will be announced
for installation of the new officers are: Mrs. Maude Fitzgeraldand .
9. Mrs. Hobson Clark, vice
A. on May
: : The hostess will present the presidents; Mrs. G. H Adsit,
program on northwestern Europe secretary; and Mrs G. L BIRTHS
with a collection of color Hannan treasurer.
slides. Mrs Harry E. Lane, Mrs. LAKELAND GENERAL
,ONTGOMERYWAM3 Fred B. Grant Miss Betty HOSPITAL
Floor Beauty Tip Duckett and Miss Esther Long- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kimball -
cor were named directors. 2931 Stanhope Ave., son
Schedule beauty treatments HOSPITAL GUILD April 17.
for your hardwood floors a* LAKE WALES-The annual Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Out
conscientiously as you do for meeting of the Lake Wales law, 1029 N. Webster Ave.,
your complexion. Clean them Hospital Guild will be held son. April 17.
s with cleaning wax three or Thursday at 12:30: p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Jan L, Baker,
four times a year, advises a Highlander Restaurant Plant City; son, April 17.
ZIG ZAGS leading maker of hardwood This will be a Dutch treat Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Clark
floors. In between treatments, luncheon, and all members 1442 Carver Ave., son, April
MOUNTED IN CONSOLE CABINETSA. \ dry dust the floor with a mop. are Invited to attend. Officers
For a quick beauty "touch- will be elected. 17.Mr.. and Mrs. David J.
MODERN ZIO-ZAO up" rewax traffic area like Members wishing to make Thornton, 2338 W. Magnolia,
Makes button holes $ .w y', Ef E hallways and doorways. contributions are to do so before daughter, April 18.
5 5 r 7h that date so they may be Mr. and Mrs. Alex B.
Sews on buttons Included in the annual report. Thompson Jr., Bartow, son,
Contributions are to be sent April 18.
Make your own clothes With Cabinet 't, PHILLIPSFABRICS to Mr. H. E. Draper, 405 Sera- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R
Reg 84.95..Save $30 t mole Ave. Lake Wales Harrison Jr. 1440 N. Gallo-

I. FULL SIZE ZIO ZAO s FFA BANQUET way Road son. April 19.
$ 1064 S. FUrU. LAKE WALES-The annual Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leslie,
Mends, darns Phase MU 9.!211 Parent and Son Banquet of the 2440 Weber, daughter, April

Sews on buttons 77 This Week'e Special Lake Wales chapter, Future 19.
Farmers of America will beheld Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. De-
Creates fancy stitches Printed Anti With t Cabinet SATIN ,J. 3" ril 28, at 7 o'clock at Lake are the parents of a daughter -
Reg. 99.95..Save $23 $4- U.I..." 59' Wales High School cafeteria. Jill Marie born April IS
e. DELUXE ZIGZAGFull PLASTICS i4. Annual awards will be madeat at Lakeland General Hospital
that time, and announcement Mrs. DeMiUy Is the former
size does all lobs $ made of delegates to the Miss Margaret Adams, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Appliques/ embroiders 123 Nothing You Can Buy Cleans Dentures Adams 223 Sylvia Circle.
Sews on buttons Cabinet Included Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. DeMilly
Odor
e Darns, mends With Cabinet Destroys Better Than D.O.C. Jr., 502 McKay.
.
Aak Tour Dentiatl Mr and Mrs. Emery Jay

HUII.Y...SA VI 3O Dentist everywhere know the Yelton of of Perry Charles are the Allen parents ,
a son.
value of using n.o.o regularly to born April 19 at Doctors' Hospital -
ON WARDS BRAND NEW VIBRA- clean your dentures. Here's why; In Perry. Mrs. Yelton is
(1) activated-oxygen bubble the former Miss Ann Askew,
BEAT VACUUM CLEANER I Itl y away odor-cauaing food particles; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

aaleguards your breath. (2) o.o.e. C. G. Askew Jr.. US E. Lime.
4 rate number oh. In cleansing Paternal grandparents a r a
39 power In a leading University Mrs. Mary P. Yelton, 310 S.
= a Rep. 69.95 +y t study. (3) No brushing;Just soak Florida Ave., and Emery Allen
4, + ', a WARDS ECONOMY and rinse. Next time you buy a Yelton of Washington
FIOOX POLISHER 'e denture cleanser, remember: D. C The Yeltons also have a
} Beats the rugs and vacuums Nothing you con buy cleans den two-year-old daughter Susan.
is Lures, destroys odor better than
( ,; , Sweeps the rugs like a broom $16 r DOC. Two month supply' only "

65c Economy size, too.Drugstores lilCT
Get all 9 deluxe attachments ,

Triple dust filter built-in Scrubs polishes, spreads floors wax in a, 4; I fJ l{! (Jt KlNGSWOODREPRESENTATIVE

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""e Uses disposable bags twinkling! lightweightand
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April 21, ISM I-A

''very the Spring Flower Show Winners Announced I ALTURAS I I Stephen Anthony Moore

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ALTURAS Mr. and Mrs.J. I
ARE
Mrs. Stahl B. Green Jr. entertained
guld- I And Carolinian To Wed
cost Mr. and Mrs. John Stephensof

will Winner I Tampa and children at a
OfSweepstakes WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. -
picnic supper recently at Lake ..
uild- An autumn wedding plannedby
Tilni.mtry. Wales Park Miss Ann Elizabeth Roberts
Mrs. Glen P. Howard has and Stephen Anthony

Med. arrived home after spending Moore of Lakeland. Fla., her
Past Mn. D. W. Stahl, a memo several weeks with her son parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
ber of Shore Acres circle of Roberts, have announced. He
con-new the Garden Club of Lakeland, and family Mr. and Mrs I Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.

see Inc. was presented the twerp. Robert Howard in Riverside A. Moore, 824 Franklin Place

At take award as winner of the Conn.J. Lakeland.

most blue ribbons in the Car- M. Snell was the houseguest The marriage, which Is be-
th.will den Club's annual ins planned for :27, will
spring flow. of Mr. and Mrs. Sept.
Channing
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er *how''last weekend at the take place at Pfafftown Chris
rs. Garden Center Baker in Prairie Village tlan Church here.

Mrs. Stahl's circle was Kan., while on a recent business Miss Roberts was graduated
pre-
tented the silver trophy trip. from Northwest High School
annually
awarded the circle win- Pat Peacock stopped for a and Is employed by the R.
fling the most blue ribbons 1. J, Reynolds Tobacco Companyin
in short visit with Mr. and Mrs.

divisions the horticultural of the show and artistic : Henry Young and daughter, the prospective purchasing bridegroom department.The .

Win. Donnie recently. lie has returned who Is the grandson of Mr
President Bowl home to Helnville, III. and Mrs. William S. Moore of

ItHP- The Past Presidents Bowl Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Lakeland, was graduated from
was awarded Amaryllis Lakeland Senior High School
circle
Young spent two weeks with
net for winning the most blue and expects to receive a bach-
lave ribbon points in the horticul 5' his parents, Mr and Mrs. Pan MISS ANN ELIZABETH elor of science degree from

tural division the majority of I Young They returned home ROBERTS Wake Forest College June-8.

these points earned by cut last week to Boston, Ky.

cts flowers.Top honors in the horticulture j TheY' also were the guests of I Lakeland/ Polk County'Date Book I I
division also Mr. and Mrs: James L, Young, ,
went to .
Mrs. Charles C. Cook Mr and .Mrs. D. E Young,
of Palm TODAY /Alan 1.d .Ut at 170 L... 55,1.WI.IfUN .
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circle for her brothers of Mr. Young They UKSL. ..IOOC CLU. 130:
potted plant Iolh.lmer all' Tea WI.
i TRICOLOR WINNER. Mrs. J. L Wester pm U Ll -l.nd Wnrnon I Club
specimen, a flowering host, Mrs. A. W. visited with his sister and K I ILAND TO..T.I* T1H.- ton, Initriuton. AdulU ptlatlnt elM
admiring the blue red and yellow ribbon CLUS. 1 .m. a' M.. ...\. _..,. tram 3 to o pm.. Mix Co-milt
and to Mrs. Stahl for her cut last week. brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. lnt.r-.t4 may Join Mni>t, Initruelor, Ml M UKlwlc*
rangement of roses and Queen Anne's lace in LAMILANS IXCHANOt C L U .. AirportTMIOSOPMICAL.
stalk of blue delphinium. F. J, Guess in ,. .
Both in which Bartow. S 30 p n LL U Cad JtMtauraat.rtitdiiloo.
were presented Award of Merit selection of Mrs. Westr-'s" arrangement as the entry. She V.. AsMy ns1InvI UNITS m n aU1.wb..r SOCISTY 0&' Tbnt TJO In.
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ribbons. was made by the judges at the Garden Visitors arlll to U. jnth M? r.,Mod tit-nil m-MIni lad
D-l 7 1 llh OP SJ41H M>d hr5 dl"f'b' .
7yns In the artistic divisions; top Inc.'. annual spring flower show Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Davie 31TDUI I."i IBBII Loiltlloal. 3tllt Mod Command Dt f ICPM, Rtiorvtpm ) snd

honors went to Mrs. J. L. stopped for an overnight visit C.nto,
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.KSLA" CHAPTUN 10. 0. .. .
Wester Jr. who received the ,. ._ ,._..__._...... with his mother, Mrs G. L. ollt, O. TM'. t.T1sw .TA", 5, . :
It.1t.. trl-color ribbon and to Mrs. r --"" Davis in Newberry recently from K a.a ".:"-l'fl..IIr., : .

A. W. Kimble. who won the f while en route to visit their Vl'l'lni MH.6HIO' ir.-1-ihrri ln>'.:NOM: DIMON1TP.ATION k

heat Award of Distinction. These son-lnlaw and daughter, Mr horni of Mr.. Shawl CLUB, A 1:JO lllltSM in It
top winners are selected from and Mrs Dennis J, Tschetter CtUtktn Curl

he among the blue ribbon winners In Glnesville. Mrs Tscherter WIDNItnAT .
LAKIiANO 1HPJINI CLUB BinU '
heId in the design classes. is reported to be improving It tht Klki dun it I. Ill o m.
Other blue ribbon winners from Injuries sustained In an LA 51,1..l K I LAND t AIIT JO BUILD urn.. Mr.oil ptlnlIni Warp, .

for artistic arrangements a 1 automobile accident but will Curb Mu, .b munition. oil ptlnllnl tm will., \ 1 eD .
toII. were Mrs. Luther Beal Magnolia vn remain in a cast until June. Ins lilt '.d portr.llIAaa.. olf,.,....
from 1 tit 10 5 m Instructor It
circle; Mrs. Jacques Members and families of the Churl' Holdvr OolcT.boroulh.portrait; Initructlon . (({)
with Mutrti I
7 10-1 10
Brown, Poinsettia circle; Mrs. Alturas Woman's Club held a pm. ill it KlmlnUUiUoa tulldlm,
Bob Pipping, Magnolia circle picnic supper recently for the Lodwlrk Alruorl.STHLIHIM .14.,0 5. OSDIS0I SWARMiN'GTERMITES
Mrs. O. Fenton Wells Winter WHITs cc..". 01' J..U'-
visitors
In Al
e. ; living LIM, I p m it Mitoolt Ttmplt. 01>.
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Azalea circle; Mrs. Arthur turas. They Included Mr and luiUoa unit

1, Davis, Croton circle; Mrs. Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr and Mrs. T"UII'OAY
t Harry Sandusky, Magnolia Earl Jones Mr. and Mrs U"nIlND LIONa, CLUa,. at 11,15pm areA
circle and Mrs. M. All men- Earnest Cone, Dr. and Mrs. .: L'Z'DC Ast l l'8.'p.'n".
1 1, dinger, Croton circle. Mrs. W J, Braamse, Mr. and Mrs. !In/I,30.e with Yo Ml.010., c.f! :.:.Mm.. 'studio.LANILAND { from. WARNING 4

Wester Is a member of Calllandrt William J. Everett Mr. and tor ...I,0. .111...IC.IATION.. dl IAt"ond CLUe..d
circle and Mrs. Kimble Mrs. Ralph W. French Mrs. 'at".nd.5 JO a will mm5 SI Turn Mid.5rIn'mdwlts ./, TO
is member of Dahlia circle. Grace "jU'h'o.r'I'n.: ft .a. HOMEOWNERS-
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a Ryan, Mordy Johnson Th. pnhlle I. ,10,11.4UUNUVOLCNT
Mrs. Louise White and Mrs.A. AND PSOTSCT/VI
Winner OP.DIP.
Junior OILKI LODeS 121
P. Smith of Bsrtow :miuini tt I pm.it Blkt Lod-i. lot
sr The Junior Achievement Judy Sutherland daughterof S.C".u M..rlarhril CINTIP. KIWAMIS' S.IS
Award was won by Dorothy Mr and Mrs. Ted Suther p m it unlit cup S ili RtttounntAUMMAai ,pon or4, by &*
Doyle, daughter of Mr. and land, and Linda Smith, daughter Ttmplo Ave Enmnutl, 4.15 M, Kratuckr IlIIa .Jii
Mrs. James Doyle. Her winning of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. .TITCHI AN. CNATT.. CLV..
I 3D "m. II homo al Mro. C. K.oh..o. .
entry was a plaque dec Smith, attended the meeting 1In.um Loop 1.d. JERMIHIXJFOR
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f orated with plant material. In Clearwater recently of the ?.51.. r Unit CLUB. noonAll ...rl"lunoriton.... WI.mott.. Io it- .%
America"I .
Blue ribbon winners. In the America"I Future Homemakers of Amer VIM*

sr\all designs class were Mrs. ica. PMIOAVLOVAU SKILLED INSPECTION AND
I)P.DIM OP MOOWK. 0 m I
J. C. Lichlyter. RamblingRose Mrs Stanton Lander attended "t Mooio LOOM, But li Purl, GUARANTEED PROTECTION, CALL I
circle; and Mrs. Ira a meeting of the Woman's, /iVwANis. eLyt., il'11 pm.Ini 11
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English,. Amaryllis circle. America"I Society of Christian Serviceat M L..UI"'( iAa,GUILD' oil .alnt. BRUCETERMINIX
Corsage class blue ribbon v the Buena Vista Methodist rlan,'IO.f m.,Wll-on Mr.. winlir4HThtlmr .- t
winners. were Mrs. H. L Church In Auburndale recent ton' : drawinv elSa. for.
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Brtlnnln* .d".d tud-nU. S m
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD was t p
Reedy Orange Blossom cir ly. She was the overnight ., ,ponior>d b* CO.
Doyle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle IVmpIt CmaW4Aa. JM N. Ktnluekr ,
cle; Mrs. Ray Lindsay Calli guest of Mrs. W A. Bordnerin COUNTRY 2221 New Aub "r.rf.l. Hwy.
1 andra circle; and Mrs. Stahl. entry was a miniature dried arrangement Winte- Haven after the CIATION, tnvtrtd, CLV'Stub.ITATaD 5.o..I 5,50 Ph. MJ 26129WJnf
Blue ribbons in the junior a wall plaque. meeting m at l\iljtiouit I aortal hour will, ,
follow
lahlt tmloo
division of the show went to .r :I.'i""ctD l pin. at r"Hov.
Training Program Woman. n
Club Brldit and email
for her ...,. .
1 Marilyn Thompkins will p* .d.LUnANA 14 deb) $,. N.W.
dish garden and to Brent Bur- and the plaques made by son, Mrs Mrs G. G. Davis, secretaryof Ph. CY 3.1234

tie for his terrarium. Kay Dorothy Doyle and Gina Par. Mrs. W. G. the Alturai Fire Department end )Wor :.L1J..I TIIDw ilLD,,,nrlmirrtr rasa_. .
Lichlyter Karen Rust and ker.Adults James Zuber, has announced that naurravisarleas,
Sharyn Lichlyter won blue rib awarded blue ribbons Mrs. Don women are invited to attend J

bons for their flower arrangements in the horticulture classes English, Mrs. the hortI- the fire training program in The Personal Touch
and Joyce Thompson were Mrs. R. M. Surrency Mrs Louise progress each Friday night at
received a blue ribbon for her Miss Patricia Kola of Sara. Brown, Mrs. W Stahl the new fire station since part I II

scrapbook. sole, Mrs. O. R. Harrell, Mrs.A. Mrs. J. M. and to of the program Includes Fire ,. In Time Of SicknessBy
Award Eight Blue Ribbons L. Brown, Mrs David E. W Culberson, (Ledger Hazards In the Home.

Jimmy Holcom won eight Harris, Mrs H. D. Harris, Mrs. Bob Mr and Mrs. Donnell FELIX DONATELLI Reg. Ph., Ph,.
blue ribbons In the Junior horticulture Mrs. Carl Auman, Mrs. C. B. Plnson. Mrs. fries of Bartow, former
division. Karen Harbour Mrs. T. N. Morrison Mrs. dents of Alturas, visited let'l The balance between to seek advice of the gr>

Rust's poster won a first place Mrs Roy Amidon. Mrs. J. W, ton Chiles, Mrs. ,, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James L. health and sickness Is a del. fesslonal people. '
ribbon as did the vegetable Vaughn Mrs. C. F. Haygood Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Fred recently
icate and of When
one course strikes
animal made by Regis Dowd Braddock, Mrs. W. L. Jack- Charles W. Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Carr of your Illness were
-- Lake Wales were hosts to pharmacist,____ _.. not concerned primarily
Judie ;; ;;; dt their daughter1 and son-ln-lsw, as a member I m fry Ii "bargain" cure

I P Tops At Bridge I Mr and Mr and children and Mrs Mrs.,J.Carldon Evelyn B. Green Volgt and Jr. of team the, health helpsIn l we since know, as Intelligent this is non-exist beings


Louis, and Mr. and Mrs Isaac maintaining ent. We are Immediately
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sut-
LAKELAND FSC Albritton and son Dale attended this bal concerned with regainingour

Masterpoint winners of ton. fifth. a surprise house warm ance. He Is health: quickly safely
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Complete team standing are Mr. and Mrs. .. Chester ing for Mr. and Mrs Nicholas In Idealpo.ltlon and
St Church an ] as economically as possible -
at Joseph's
,Club games have been announced posted quirt, 1632 Sims Victor Albritton In Duette.
as follows: bulletin board. The next session .. W. G. I tot We require treatment
will be 24. announced the ;! dIaseminatrhealth .
North-South position. Mrs.C. Sunday May at I I SPECIALS understanding and sympathy
W. Thompson and Mrs. at 7:30: p.m. at St. Joseph's their daughter, : Club COLD WAVE InF or- as sick individuals and

Theo Waits, first Mr. and parish hall. 2nd. Lt. Stuart I $17.50 mation to the tells Donar-lll not simply as consumers.In .
second of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. William Dancy ; son
lie other words
public. we need
Mrs. Tom Bates and Mrs.Pat Gatman $850
Hogan, third; Mrs. J. G. All So/n/s' N.Y.MTwhlte'of: and Mrs. (I H..sly hlssy".' knows, without doubt, when the Personal Touch In Timeof

Wood and Alex Steinberg, A I n e r. at Dr "IYIe to refer his patrons to a Sickness, and we as inde-

fourth. ParishionersAttending planned.summer : : : : Cecil Pol wived'f f1.1. medical practitioner. pendent pharmacists of the

Mrs.East-West V. D. Flasher, Doug first Hall; Ted and MeetAll Miss Lunqulit, Peck and New war.type It Is an accepted fact that PCPS are prepared and

Harland and 0. O. Feaster uate of Lakeland May IS Budget Waves $5.50 up an Informed public is the equipped to render this

second; Robert Tbornhill and Saints' Episcopal Church attended PI 0 : G. Stein- ItoJIon, Pens perfumes I most effective weapon in service at all times. So the

Dr. E. F. Jukes, third; Mr. parishioners attending the annual College. 1 : be a guest TINA'S HAIR FASHIONS combating health problems.An next time you need health

and Mrs. Jim Nicholls fourth. Diocesan convention of A 1963 the Gar lOW* a. Uiwn Cloutf MM, 11..4022 Informed member of the service, be it a prescription,
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BARTOW the Episcopal Church and the Southern College : I public Is more likely to advice or whatever your
annual meeting of the Episcopal White was a j health problem be sure to
Winners of Bartow Duplicate are: Churchwomen at Day. Sigma fraternity. :: : : : : I undergo health checkups, to try your member pharmacy
Club games
North-South.Bridge Mrs. Don Taylor ton Beach today through Cor a graduate p. of I cooperate with agencies and displaying the society seal

and Mrs. Eric Murray Thursday are:
School Quantko ,
first Mr. Murray and Mr. The Very Rev. Clifton IL ,
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stationed at YOUR PRESCRIPTIONFILLED
and Mrs. White
Taylor, second; Mr. and Mrs. White rector, ; Pensscola. in I etMA5M1Ca
third. the Rev. David C. Kennedy I
Paul Tyler ing program.Actor. WITH CARE
Eait-Weat, tie for first. Mr. curate; Mr. and Mrs. John L right
and Mrs. Nicholls, Mrs. Lera Snook, Mr and Mrs. HarveyB. The *mbt.m h .iymkil! of> u1

Ryan and John Taylor; third Hardy Walter Buehler bright th. 'ln4o>'ftB>.iit BRrmw Mrs. Ray Smith and Mrs. Judge and Mrs. William K. : f n ",h. I ri ddiuMd t. pre Louis Turbe. third. Love Mrs. Russell B. Davis' AitMtuHon'i rigid! 1d.!

RIDGENorth.South Lakeland deanery director of % .f wrhici. T. eke '....ll<, IfInoicoroi
winners of Episcopal Church-omen; Mrs. NEW YORK ( UUfrlfr, vilify' _

Ridge Duplicate Bridge Club Lee Over-bay Mrs. DorothyD. steal about the 7 end ""Ic..
Include, Mrs. Waits Statham, All Saints'Churchwomen problem in big i.S
and games Mrs. Dancy. first; Mrs. president; Mrs. Belated Dawn," FELIX DONATELLI'SPHARMACIES
and
V. D. Flesher and Mrs. Elmo Grover C. Williamson pleted by Moses '

Hoffman second Stanley Mrs.Planning C. E to Phillip attend the meetIng .-tor__in_"In_ .n White_ ___ __ _____( Dol._A.... 5 C..."...., I la'

Sapp and Dave Hauseman tomorrow only are Mrs.J. I> 14,99 COLEMAN'S PHARMACY

third. B. Mrs. J. Russell YOUR
and Royal REBUILD MATTRESSa'
Mr. Dancy
West.
Ead- first Royal Mrs. William B. Mar 'I 1417 LAKELAND HILLS BLVD.
W. Thompson ;
C.
Mrs. .
and Mrs. Margaret
John Taylor and Mr. cholls. cum Jr. GIIt.nng; fyltf thot
second; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hugle, members of St. Mar.ths's WI CAN RIMAKI TOUR OLD MAT. ... make eum...., more fun! MARTIN DRUG
Davies third. chapter. TRESS TO II AS GOOD AS NIW Icy potent I.otha l uppers 437 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST. JOSEPH'S COUPLES AT A fRACTION OF THI ORIGINAL .;. on open ihott. Choot
the optn-tid* toll htl
TOURNEY LPPMoIudA i FRICCW with; ptbblt-grom; calf CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haber- contrast Ai pun In
Loris Team 18, won first; prize I Son FMIH ...", l. Utnf by Vogu.. 1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE
FIRESTONI. a.. WYNN REST ....!.
of the month In the St. Joseph's . Mrs. B. K. Young lit S. I 4mf mttt .. esr ewe fee...,.
couples' bridge tournament Kentucky Ae, who was In I SptJte TUCKER DRUG :
The top five teams are: jured in a fall in her home F.N.i. &PI.Jtl-(AST TERMS ,
321 N. MASS. AVE. :
Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle. on April I, Is a patient at
First; Dr. and Mrs. Letter > Lakeland General Hospital. WYNN MATTRESS .,k.kion

Valley second, Mr and Mrs. Her condition is reported to SHOE SALON . STREET FLOOR LAKELAND DRUG
third; Dr and be Improving but she is unable 1427 Hew Aubumdale Hwy. MU 3-4932
Paul Tyler 2" ,... Moitt ,.. tole1aAc1 fie. fi04 W. MEMORIAL BLVD.
1 Mxs. Stanley; Story, fourth; to receive y I itar.. j _
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"ALAKELAND LEDGtK, THE BEST APARTMENTS Pan-American Program I

it Tuesday April 21. 1K4 IN TOWN) ARE ADVERTISED IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED SECTION.
S CHECK THEM NOW WomenMrs.
Set By. Legion .

F Max C. Phillip, foreign other coins to purchase the
affairs chairman for pumps and fittings. Deliveryto
American Legion Auxiliary. the selected villages is be.
Unit 4, win present a programon log conducted through CARE
r "Pan-American Relations" while the Peach Corps Is guidIng -
Grand Opening at the auxiliary meeting to the Installation. The cost

Y Yt night' at 8 o'clock at the Le- be for$129.each pump and fitting. will

1 i g'shHwiil explain that the Last year's project of buildIng .
National president project for rural schools: In Dominican -
the year is to buy 100 pump Republic study country
for waterless villages In the last year, 1* being completed.
Republic of Ecuador, study Members of Lakeland's past
Wed., April' 22 country of the auxiliary's foreign presidents' parley will conduct .
relations program. the Initiation of new
Call for appointment nowl Each auxiliary throughoutthe members and act as hostesses
country according to Mrs. at a reception following. At
Phillips, has made piggy the. business session the
banks from .plastic bottles nominating committee will
T filling them with pennies and present the slate of officers


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CillwL ShsnL C p Calendar ListedLAKE

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WALES Polk Ave FFA convention, boys to at.
IL tY, BEAUTY SALON nue Elementary School 1'.... tend State Forestry Camp
ent-Teacher Association will! and delegate to the national
hold Its last meeting of the convention in Kansas City In
tonight with Miss Dora October.
year
thy Oliver, school principal Awards will be given In live
stock and for
presenting a program. "Think Judging project
About New Approaches; to throughout the year.

MRS. CHARLES EDWARD TAPSCOTr Modem Math.
Teachers will be la their
rooms from 7 to 7:30: o'clockfor Tri SigmasTo
Miss Woodall Is Bride parents wishing to visit
rooms or talk to teachers. Celebrate66th
This is a new time, one.half
Of Charles E. Tapscott hour earlier than usual

The first grade room representatives BirthdayBeta
Miss Margaret Hull Woodall and yellow roses, entwined will be hostesses.
became the bride of Charles with ivy. Attendance prizes will be given PhI chapter of Sigma
r. f Edward Tapscott. ton of Mr. Best Man to the three rooms with the Sigma Sigma sorority at Florida
Mr Tapscott served his son most parents present at the Southern College will celebrate
and Mrs. H. T. Tapscott, 831 as best man. Ushers were Di meeting Fathers will count the 66th year of the
1026 E. Memorial Blvd. Osceola last night at the homeof on Bassett of Orlando and Edgar double a spokesman said sorority's founding today at

Phone 683.5951 the bride' parents, Mr and Hull of Plant City. RIDGE HD CLUB a banquet at 5:30: p.m. in the
Mrs. J, H. Woodall Jr., 738 Assisting in hospitalities at LAKE WALES-Mrs. How. president's dining room.tt the
Buena Vista Drive. the reception that followed at ard Bunner "Mother of the college
the the Woodall home were Miss Year" of the Ridge Home The sorority was, foundedon
FOR OUR GRAND OPENING WE ARE FEATURING THESE Performing ceremony Jane Ward Miss Lucile Wynn, Demonstration Club, will be April 20, 1898, at State
was Thomas Butler Churchof Mrs. Jack Wimberly Mrs. honored at the club meeting Normal School of Farmville
NATIONALLY POPULAR PERMANENT WAVES AT Christ minister, assisted by Hull of Plant City, Mrs. Law- tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the di Virginia, now Longrood Col
Just what you want In 0 beauty the Rev. Joseph Huntley. pastor rence Hobkirk Mrs. James rectors' room of the Lake lege. The theme of the ban-
salon . expertly trained beau- of Grace Lutheran Church. Hooker, Mrs. David Castles Wales Bank and Trust Com- quet will be "The Candle-
Music was presented by Mrs. and Miss Lee Robinson. Mrs. flame of Commlttment."

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I tlclons and stylists, luxurious decor, Wayne Robson, organist, and Bassett of Orlando Invited pany.A demonstration of flower Guests expected are: Mn.
,. 2 and all the latest equipment. Were Mrs. John King, soloist. guests to sign the bride's book. arranging, will be given at 2 Charles T. Thrift; Miss Hattie .
off Following the the L. Elcholu, dean of women
wont the pleasure of serving you. Swiss Eyelet DressGiven reception by Mrs Neal Conner.
g. 13.50 Treasure Cream Oil 625 Do come In soon newlyweds left on a trip to the Hostesses for the meetingwill ; Mrs Mildred Ibberson,
In marriage by her east beaches. faculty advisor members of
Permanent Wave inch haircut and more coast They will be Mrs. M. F. Futch and ;
father the bride wore a street- reside at 1327 Sixth Ave., NW, the Lakeland alumnae chapter
Mrs. J, W. Martin.STRAWBERRY .
17.00 Treasure Custom 725' length dress of .whlte hand Gainesville, where Mr. Taps living in the Polk County area;
reg. embroidered Swiss eyelet over cott will resume engineering FESTIVAL Mrs. Pauline Finkelson. sorority
Wove inel haircutreg,22,00TreosureDeluxe
Permanent ; satin, fashioned with wrist- studies at the University of LAKE WALES-The annual housemother; MI I s i
length French cuffed sleeves Florida. Mrs. Tapscott will Strawberry Festival sponsored Joanne Carpenter of Winter
925 Carol Brent Ensemble and an Empire waist. Her be employed by Lozonby, Dell, by the Junior High Haven, president of Rho chapter
Permanent Wove Incl. haircut matching pillbox hat held a Graham. Willcox and Barber Methodist Youth Fellowshipof at Florida State University
Shampoo veil of Illusion, and she carried law firm. First Methodist Church,will ; mother of Beta Phi members -
A14 COMPLETE NOTHING MORE TO BUY our special creme a white Bible, topped witha be held tomorrow from 5 till ; Jim Yeatti, chapter
: ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED rind and style set cascade arrangement of 7 p.m. In the church fellowshiphall. sweetheart for 1964-45, and
Mrs. BennettTo
13,50, only 188reg. white Iris centered with a yellow Claude Stampa, pledge sweetheart .

r. JP rosebud corsage. Preside At A minimum donation of 25
Mrs. V. E. Nelson of Austin, cents per 'serving will be re Toastmistress for the bin-i
Tex., served her sister as matron Xi Sigma MeetXI ceived. Homemade cake and quet will be Miss Kelly Anderson
Come In and visit of honor, Leslie Woodall, of Glenview, 111., retiring -
'y. . wo have a fREE gift for you ice cream will be served with
bride's sister, was a junior Sigma chapter Beta Sigma fresh strawberries. Money president. Following
bridesmaid. The attendantswore banquet, the pledges will en-
',l Phi sorority will meet tonight will be used for the MYF
MONTGOMERY WARD BEAUTY SALON PHONE 683-5951 dresses of green, white at 8 o'clock at the homeof summer youth camp activities. tertain with a skit.
and yellow, the bride's choeen Mrs. Robert 1640 ; QUOTA CLUB Awards for the past year
Titus
,. J _.,,' II .. color They carried nosegays Mockingbird Lane. LAKE WALES-Mrs. CleoK will be presented by Miss
Janet McWhorter of Ft Lauderdale -
of white stock, daisiesI
The City Council report will Harris has been elected
newly elected presi
be read Mrs. John president of the Lake Wales
by Hyden.
dent. The Alumnae chapter'splans
Mrs Joe Bennett presidentwill Quota Club, and will be Installed
for the annual senior
GRAND OPENING SALE! preside over the last meet. at a banquet later this send-on honoring graduatingseniors

ing of her term of office at month. to be held on May 2
which time plans will be made Elected to serve with her at Christina Park will be an
for installation of the new of. Ire: Mrs. Maude Fitzgeraldand nounced.
ricers on May 5. Mrs. Hobson Clark, vice
The hostess will present the presidents; Mrs. G. H. Adsit
program on northwestern Europe secretary; and Mrs. G L. BIRTHS
with a collection of color Hannan, treasurer.
slides. Mrs. Harry E. Lane, Mrs. LAKELAND GENERAL
Fred B. Grant Miss Betty HOSPITAL
Beatify Tip Duckett and Miss Esther Longcor Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kim-
were named directors. bail 2931 Stanhope Ave., son.
Schedule beauty treatment HOSPITAL GUILD April 17.
for your hardwood floor a* LAKE WALES-The annual Mr, and Mrs. Earl W, Out
conscientiously a* you do for meeting of the Lake Wales law, 1029 N. Webster Ave.,
your complexion. Clean them Hospital Guild will be held son, April 17.
with cleaning wax three or Thursday at 12:30: p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Jan L. Baker
four tImes a year advises a Highlander Restaurant Plant City; lon, April 17.
ZIG ZAGS .. leading maker of hardwood This will be a Dutch treat Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Clark
\x floor In between treatment, luncheon and all members 1442 Carver Ave. son April
MOUNTED IN CONSOLE CABINETS
dry dust the floor with a mop. are invited to attend. Officerswill 17.
':' C. For a quick beauty "touch- be elected. Mr. and Mrs. David J.
A. MODERN ZIG-ZAO s up," rewax traffic areas, like Member wishing to make Thornton 2338 W. Magnolia,
Makes button holes ; "*. t hallways and doorways. contribution are to do so before daughter April 18.
5 5 that date so they may be Mr. and Mrs. Alex B
Sews on buttons included in the annual report. Thompson Jr., Bartow, ion,
Contributions are to be sent IS.
Make awn clothes 1Caa' _-- April
your With Cabinet PHILLIPSFABRICS to Mrs. H. E. Draper, 40) SemInole Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R.
Reg. 84.95..Save $30 j Ave, Lake Wales. Harrison Jr.. 1440 N. Gallo

I. PULL- SIZE ZIO-ZAO FFA BANQUET way Road, son. April 19.
$ t06 s. rifUPhii 1 LAKE WALES-The annual Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leslie,
Mends, darns MU 1.1211 Parent and Son Banquet of the 2440 Weber daughter. April

S Sews on buttons 77 .: This Week's Special. Lake Wales chapter Future 19.
Farmers of De-
America, will be Mr and Mrs. Louis C.
Creates fancy stitches Print*** Afttlqv CO' held next Tuesday night Ap- Milly 111. 1249 Rawls Drive,
With Cabinet SATIN T4. > ril 28, at 7 o'clock at Lake are the parents of a daugh
Reg, 99,95..Save $23 ,." Ush* C. DELUXE ZIO-ZAO PLASTICS yJ. 7 Annual awards will be madeat at Lakeland General Hospital.
that time, and announcement Mrs. DeMiUy Is the former
Full size does all fobs made of delegate to the Miss Margaret Adams, daughter
- of Mr. and Mrs. W, T
Appliquesembroiders $123 Nothing You Can Buy Cleans Adams 223 Sylvia Circle
Sews on buttons Cabinet Included Dentures Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. DeMillyJr.
Odor
Darns, mends With Cabinet Destroys Better Than 0.0.C ., 502 McKay.
e
,ra .CiirL'K Aak Your Dentletl Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jay

;, , 1 HUIIRY...SA VE i3 Dentist everywhere know the ents Yelton of of a Perry son. Charles are the Allen par,
value of using DOC. regularly to born Doctors' Hospital
u 19
April at
,, ,y ,,, } I ON WARDS BRAND NEW VIBRA- clean your dentures. Here' why; in Perry. Mrs. Yelton is
"'"' BEAT VACUUM (1) activated-oxygen lubblet- the former Miss Ann Askew,
;,, CLEANER 1 away odor-causing food particle; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
safeguard your breath (2) D.0.0. C. G. Askew Jr.. 918 E. Lime.
.ems rates number oh* In cleansing Paternal grandparents are
11 39 power in a leading University Mrs. Mary p. Yelton 310 S.
g. 69.95 i study (8) No brushing Just soak Florida Ave., and Emery Al-
*t 4. ,, WARDS ECONOMY and rinse Next time you buy a len Yelton of Washington
FLOOR POUSHIR denture cleanser remember: D. C The Yeltons also have a
t .,...r. : e Beats the rugs and vacuums ,, Nothing you con buy cleans den two-year-old daughter, Susan._

wt ,,t Sweeps the rugs like a broom $16 I turet, Two destroys month odor supply bttttr llaa"D.O.Co only

r Get all 9 deluxe attachments 65c. Economy size, too
Scrubs, spreads wax, to.
a' 4 r e Triple dust filter built-in polishes floors In a t a t fJN e ,, KlNGSWOODSTATE

Uses disposable paper bags twinkling! lightweightand '' ; ;
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very maneuverable I A. twrry I.b..rrNr.w.p wI
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I LAKELAND_LEDGER Tuesday, AprtMI, IM4 I-A

ery the Spring Flower Show Winners Announced ALTURAS I


beRE- Stephen Anthony Moore
ALTURAS Mr. and Mrs.J. .

uid. Mrs. Stahl Tft B. Green Jr. entertained And Carolinian To Wed

cost' Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens

will Winner OfSweepsfakes of Tampa and children at a

t picnic . WINSTOWSALEM, N. C. -
supper recently at Lake '
illdilnl An
Wales Park autumn wedding ls planned
by Miss Ann Elizabeth Rob
try Mrs. Glen P. Howard has erts and Stephen Anthony

ted.iast. Aa l: V1 w .. arrived home after Moore of Lakeland Fla.
Mrs. b evr spending her
D.
V. Slab t!
ber of Shore Acres!. mem- i A'L'i'i' several weeks with her son parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
circle of
oniew- Roberts have announced. He
the Garden Club of and family Mr. and Mrs,
Lakeland. is the son of Mr and Mrs. S.
Inc.
set stakes, was presented the sweep- T14tI Robert Howard in Riverside, A. Moore 824 Franklin Place
At award a. winner of the Conn.J. Lakeland.

h. den most Club'blue ribbons in the Car- M M. Snell was the houseguest The marriage, which Is be-

flu er! how 'lilt annual l spring How- r ey of Mr. and Mrs. Chan. ing planned for Sept. 27. will
1, weekend at the .'" p i take place at Pfafftown Christian .
Garden Center ring Baker In Prairie Village Church here.

Mrs Stahl's circle was pre- Kan., while on a recent busi Miss Roberts was graduatedfrom

sensed the silver trophy an- nest trip, Northwest High School

Dually awarded the clrele winning Pat Peacock stopped for a and is employed by the R.

the the most blue ribbons In short visit with Mr and Mrs. J, Reynolds Tobacco Company
horticultural and artistic !! in the purchasing department.The .
Henry Young and
divisions of the show daughter, prospective bridegroom

Wins Presidents' Bowl Donnie recently. He has returned who .Is the grandson of Mr.

The __ home to Heinville 111. and Mrs. William S. Moore of
was Past Presidents' Bowl Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Lakeland, was graduated from
ItIi awarded Amaryllis circle Lakeland
Senior High School
for winning the most blue Young spent two weeks with

ribbon points in the horticul- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan MISS ANN ELIZABETH and expects of science to receive degree a bachelor from

leS. tural division the majority of ..5wie Young They returned home ROBERTS Wake Forest College June.8.
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these
S.Is points earned by cut q last week to Boston, Ky.

flowers.Top honors In the horticulture i'(1r r' iyL, They also were the guests of I Lakeland Polk I I

division also went to Mr and Mr* James L. Young, County Date Book

Mrs Charles C. Cook of Palm Mr and Mrs. D. E. Young

circle for her potted plant TRI.OLOR WINNER Mrs. J, L. Wester Jr., Is pictured AWARD OF brothers of Mr. Young. They 11m.LIKLaN.t LBkHtnd 5OIIO1001.Wit ....eLtIs. 1:30: WIIIII tolora,.,ud Swlhtlmtr olli, B, SM Bid I Torn M., Sri WIN
specimen a flowering hosja. admiring the blue red and DISTINCTION was presented to Mrs. A. W. visited with his sister and K .. 0 TOAA" AIAflIR'OLUR on. IG.IrUOlor' Adult palntlni tlu.
and yellow ribbon presented her arrangement Kimble 7 p m. II Ma"hll'. from Ml,
to Mrs. Stahl for her cut by Judges at the Garden Club flower show last Rnl.u. ::.IrUOr.- Corn.lla
- stalk of blue delphinium. Both of roses and Queen Anne's lace in a hatbox. The at the Garden Center. "News" the weekend brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.F. ranLAMILANO' IKCMANO..c:: e uSS, A"M ni.i...,.., : aU at LedwIcKTMIOSOP I
was class in .
selection of Mrs. Wester's which J, Guess in Bartow. 30 p m. at Uio Cad.t Kaataurut
were arrangement. the tricolor winner Mrs. >HICAL SOCIITV, 730
presented Award of Merit Klmble's arrangement : the blue ribbon u.s. aRMy .IIIIVI _
waS She UNIT' .
entry. III. at Saul 'Wb.r AH Tbna JII.I
ribbons. was made by the Judges at the Garden Club of Lakeland, had lined the niche In Visitors li-hedulwi drills-Co D. ntl Mp r. .. may alUnd maMlni and
newspapers Bn. D'l T Uth OP 314th M.d .
y In the artistic divisions top Inc.'s annual spring flower show Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Davis 5i7Rth D.I 'HBS LoiliLical>, 34 lit command ed" A (CPU, a.)..and... I u. lendlni library

honors went to Mrs. J. L. stopped for an overnight visit Cntrr .
a Wester Jr, who received the with his mother Mrs. G. L. 515 L"'L.N.0' 'M' aasYs.''N /TAR 211. 011.. 1 ., .. '. .

tri-color ribbon and to Mrs. ,pgtd p yllgtA air iiM Davis in Newberry recently "tom m. 51 stand Ma.anlo.hap" will I.R bo ..lnG.porta : / ,

A. W. Kimble. who won the while en route to visit their I::' ,'& : CHAPMCN: tloMs DIM. "
e Award of Distinction. These son-lnlaw and ON/TRATION' CLU5, 51
daughter Mr.
.1.3llr. 'fl.
hum. 05 Mr.. Iln5.t :: NI .
t top winners are selected from and Mrs. Dennis J, Tschetter, Csll.h.a Court
a among the blue ribbon winners In Ginesville. Mrs. Tschcner MtlDNItDAV w.

s in the design classes. Is reported to be Improving Bt IAKILANO til. Klkl Clue 1HDINI Bt U U CLUI D m,. mote '

Other blue ribbon winners from injuries sustained In an I..LAKIkANO clBii Bt t ART M OJUILD. -.. Mr.oil ptlnt-Mar. "

f for artistic arrangementswere automobile accident, but will F Ml,rUr.. C initfuclon">, oil.Btlntlnl B 10 >with m f.1}
i Mrs. Luther Beal. Magnolia S 75 remain in a cast until June. till MB and wrlrall elBu I oil 5.101Ind ?
circle; Mrs. Jacques ,' I Members and families of the M'IUur from Holder 1 lo 10 portrait pm. In."o"o'liwlrurtlon h
Brown, Poinsettia circle Mrs. (loldYborouih.' 7,0.070 rIr ((J)
; Alturas Woman's Club held a pmLorlwlrk. all al admuUitrkllon kulldlB.
Bob Pipping. Magnolia cir 7 picnic supper recently'for the Alrpnrl.ITHLIHIM .
SHRINK 5 ORBI
cle; Mrs. O. Fenton Wells. ? Winter visitors living In Allures OP .MfHITl-pm. BI sap MBualo,.' OP Ttmpli IRUtA.LIM Ob.. SW RMiN'G'TERMITES
Azalea circle; Mrs. Arthur I They included Mr. and hu".o mint.

Davis, Croton circle; Mrs. ; Mrs Paul Jones Mr and Mrs. TNURtDAV
Harry Sandusky Magnolia Earl LAKILANB LION CLUB. at 11,IS
Jones Mr. and
h Mrs pm at Th. Cadet Rnitaurant. areA
circle; and Mrs. M. Allmen- Earnest Cone Dr. and Mrs LAKILAND ART OOILO. oil paintIni .

dmger Croton circle. Mrs f .re W J, Braamse, Mr and Mrs. 1,JO-with* JO Min p m. Cornelia at Tlirrtown MMII.I.' itudloi from WARNINGTO

Wester Is a member of Calli- 4 e.r tn William J. Everett. Mr. and for LAKaLAND ainlor lIrlL".RICRIATION, of Lalt.land CLUB and f.
andra circle and Mrs. Kimbleis Iri.nd. ma.l at Teeo Uldwait
Mrs Ralph W. French Mrs. at 9 group activity. Brim
a member of Dahlia circle. kY Grace Ryan Mardi Johnson, h ;MIII.f. roll.* furnlihid, HOMEOWNERS-

Junior Winner Mrs. Louise White and Mrs.A. .....VOL.., *"0 PNOTIOtVt
ORDIR OP ILK LOSeS 111.
P. Smith of Bartow. mutln. u 1 m at lak. Lodio. Iua
The Junior Achievement a. M.sc5r itt.doss. .
Judy Sutherland daughterof CINTIR KIWANIs, *,Um
Award was won by Dorothy Mr. and Mrs Ted Suther RUMMAOf at Odd Cup SALE Rmtaurant,
by
Doyle, daughter of Mr. and d land and Linda Smith, daughter T.rni.1. imanu.1, 111 aponior.d b! Kmtukr ItlJD '1tCjTERMINIX

Mrs. James Doyle. Her winning , of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ayo.TlTCN .NO CM.T'III CLU5.
dec 1'\0:\ P ">. .' home ol Mri B. K
entry was a plaque r Smith, attended the meeting JonnMin. !Rncrum loop anal .
orated with plant material. zip CLUB. noon luncheon matt at
we In Clearwater recently of the ate Uidii. All Bhrlniri wlv.i loPRIOAV -
Blue ribbon winners In the Future Homemakers of Amer. rtwd ,
small class Mrs.J. .
designs were ica.
LOYAL 05515 OP MOOSE 1 FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND
C. Lichlyter RamblingRose rk Mrs. Stanton Lander attended it Moo. Lodn, Bait iata'rakarMoironMrBfiir'r' GUARANTEED\ j
circle and Mrs. Ira PROTECTION, CALL
; of the Woman'sSociety ,
a meeting
\!! 12 ts PBI' *'
English Amaryllis circle. ;tit of Christian Serviceat "r.:: U.frl'j'ILO'';!! oil paint.In. BRUCETERMINIX I
Corsaee'class blue ribbon w the Buena Vista Methodist pm..., I 30 .m? Mri Wlnllrod '
R'Thenn.r
and Tom Wllma In.truo.
winners. were Mrs H. L. t a Church in Auburndale recent torn palntlni and drawing tla.1 tar
Reedy. Orange Blossom cir JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD was won by Dorothy 1 1s Imlnnlni advanr.d HudenU a p m,

cle: Mrs. Ray Lindsay. Calli- 'Doyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle. Her winning ly.guest She of Mrs.was W the'overnlaht A. BordnerIn A 7..mpl.maou.L RUMMAOI: BALI at 1M iimnior.d'N. K.nluckrCOUNTRY b> 2221 New Aubiirnd CO. l Hwy.

andra circle; and Mrs. StahL entry was a miniature dried arrangement framed for use asa Winter Haven after the CLUB tSTATIB AloCIATION
dpm Ph. MU 2.6129
cov r.d dish di no.r at
wall
Blue ribbons in the plaque. : .
Junior
will
meeting. at olubhoua Boclal hour
: (ollnw II'. food and tabl .. ,
division *
I of the show went to .. .
CLU'
'WCOM. I p.
Marilyn Thompklns for her Training ProgramMrs. Wom.... Club B.ldll sad ..". Winter Haven

dish garden and to Brent Bur- and the plaques made by son, Mrs Maude Ferguson G. G. Davis secretary will b. ,I..d.L.rcrU..t.8. 10"1 14 ent St. N.w.

i rte for his terrarium. Kay Dorothy Doyle and Gina Par Mrs. W. G. Strickland, Mrs. of the Alturas Fire Depart ssru.oy .. Ph. CY 3-1234

Lichlyter Karen Rust and ker. James Zuber. Mrs. Lichlyter, ment has announced that I and )unIor. Ira_..In_puma_ :_... --- .._ .__._..- - -'
Sharyn Lichlyter won blue rib Adults awarded blue ribbons Mrs. Don Kaplan, Mrs. Ira women are Invited to attend 'Ii--

bons for their flower arrangements in the horticulture classes English Mrs. Joseph Falleta, the fire training program in
and Joyce Thompson were Mrs. R. M Surrency Mrs. Louise! Kline. Mrs. A. L. MERIT AWARDS, which were the top honors in the horticulture progress each Friday night at The Personal TouchIn I

received a blue ribbon for her Miss Patricia Korh of Sarasota Brown Mrs. Frank Ireland division of the flower show, went to Mrs D. W Stahl the new fire station since partof I

scrapbook. Mrs. O. R. Harrell, Mrs.A. Mrs. J. M. Elaine Mrs. J. for the stalk of blue delphinium she had grown left and to the program includes Fire I I Time Of SicknessBy II

Award Eight Blue Ribbons L. Brown. Mrs. David E. W. Culberson Mrs. Gerwe, Mrs. Charles C. Cook for her potted flowering hosts (Ledger Hazards in the Home .

Jimmy Holcom won eight Harris, Mrs. H. D. Harris, Mrs. Bob Daniel Mrs T. A. photos by Harper) Mr. and Mrs. Donnell Jef
blue ribbons in the Junior horticulture Mrs. Carl Auman Mrs. C. B. Pinion Mrs. Henry Sharp fries of Bartow, former residents FELIX DONATELLf, Reg. Ph., Phg.

division. Karen Harbour Mrs. T. N. Morrison Mrs. Allmendlner, Mrs. Lawton of Alturas, visited with The balance between to seek advice of the

Ruit's poster won a first place Mrs. Roy Amidon, Mrs. 7. W. Chiles, Mrs. T. J. Poppell Mrs. Jim Tabor Mrs L R, ey Mrs E. R. Pipping, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. James L. Young I!: health and sickness Is a delicate "professional
ribbon, as did the vegetable Vaughn Mrs. C. F Haygood Mrs J. C. Rogers, Mrs. Isabel!, Mrs. Harold Grlz- John R. Wright and Mrs. Fred recently. people. !Ii'
animal made by Regis Dowd Braddock Mri. W. L. Jack.nops Charles W Inman, Mrs. E. C. lard, Mrs. Alfred E. MahanNeill.. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Goff of one and of course your When illness strikes were

Lake Wales were hosts to pharmacist not
Judie Lunquist New Residents their daughter7 and son-ln-law, i as a memberof ily lv Ii "bargain" cure
j I I
I Religious
At Bridge I I Groups'TODAY Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.J,Carldon B. Green Volgt Jr the health' lined, as intelligent beings,

Engaged To Club Gains and children Evelyn and team helpsIn we know this is nonexistent

APOSTOLIC SOLS SCHOOL 1331B Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac maintaining We are Immediately
LAKELAND and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sutton Three
FSC
Graduate MembersNew
winners of fifth. P MtBMMBl.. Bind. alibi tluwi .lS Albritton and son, Dale at this bal. concerned with regainingour
Masterpoint
COMMUNITY It'll CLASS 130M tended surprise house warming ance. He lain health: quickly
Complete team standing are safely
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Lun- members, Mrs ChesterA.
and Mrs. Nicholas
a m Soma *f MM Malls Milltr, for Mr.
.Club games have been announced posted at St. Joseph's Church quid, UK Sims Place have WS a. I.......*. DeBaugh Mrs Victor Albritton In Duetle.I an idealposition ] and as economically as pos
as follows: bulletin board. The next session wSTMIMSTIR, '...."T.IIIAN. Heffellfmger and Mrs W G. !I to sible. We require treatment
North-South position, Mrs.C will be Sunday May 24, announced the engagement of "'IM"f LOTMSSAN::holrlne..r.: Moscrlpt were Introduced at I disseminatehealth understanding and sympathy

W. Thompson and Mrs. at 7:30 p.m. at St Joseph's their daughter Judie Ann, to ':l3.t1'1'pr'br .Mrs. a. the New Residents Club I SPECIALS Information as lIck individuals and

Theo Waits, first, Mr. and parish hall. 2nd. Lt Stuart Malcolm White luncheon meeting, COLD WAVI
w.DNle.IYAP1tOLIC to the Foils DoRtt.HI not simply as .
Mrs. William Dancy second; son of Mr. and Mrs. SamuelMTwhite'of .'.La ICMOOL 1322 Bridge winners were Mrs. $17.50 consumers.In
and Mrs I. ......1&1 BIX. Bl.m .1..... ItCHRISTIAN Karl public. He other words we need
Bates
Mrs. Tom Jamaica L 1 .. Keefer Mrs R. Gatman, $850
Mrs J. G. All Saints' ,, I., Mrs. .ly knows without doubt whento the Personal Touch In
Pat Hogan third; N.Y . tUtlNIIf MIM'S. Joseph Grasso and Mrs. e I Timeof
.adaan
H.
COMMiTTIS. noon at trnt JUltauWISTMlMtVlR frissy
Wood and Alex Steinberg, real Heffeliringer Winners I at refer his patrons to a Sickness, and we as independent
ParishionersAttending A summer wedding Is being cMMIsy L"'H...... soyScout :Jnt
fourth. planned. S 'a. canasta are Mrs. Cecil Pollard ward'rel.. medical practitioner. pharmacists of the
East-West, Doug Hall and Pa.aytaallsa: Mrs. Mildred Peck and N '.
Mrs. V. D. Flesher. first; Ted Meet Miss Lunquist a 1M2 graduate Spiritual I m. IB ladIM in. .and parlorCtiurcn pra..M coup, S JO Mrs. DeBaugh. 5' :.,, It is an accepted fact that PCPS are prepared and

Harland and O O. Feaster of Lakeland High School, r1a5T $*nnMfit: "m"" Chairman for the May 15 Budget Waves $5.50 up an informed public is the equipped to render this
BVhol"
second; Robert Thornhill and All Saints' Episcopal Church attended Florida Southern it..., putor, llbl .Lud,. 1 JO m.I. meeting is Mrs. W. G. Stein- It.II.", Paris BtrfumtiTINA'S most effective weapon in service at all times. So the

Dr. E. F. Jukes third Mr parishioners attending the annual College, In ,.ehiprl. I M,p naauilf n u Bithtr) nmrtmt. .of noon a'aatO. eke. The event will be a guest HAIR FASHIONS combating health problems.An next time you need health
and Mrs. Jim Nicholls, fourth. Diocesan convention of A 1963 graduate of Florida THURSDAY night at 7 o'clock at the Gar .
701411 a. 11 N7aIT'S service be it
Southern College Lieutenant w.sNNaa ....." ..'.... den Center. uClawl, W" Informed member of the a prescription
BARTOW the Episcopal Church and the .
rou" .holl' I rhurul 311 '''.1 advice or whatever
your
annual meeting of the Episcopal White was a member of Kappa MAw5.y .1101. "h.a"al.l 7.JO ,... public is more likely to health
of Bartow DuplicateBridge problem be sure to
Winners Club games are: Churchwomen at Daytona Sigma fraternity. He also is SIt CMSIT iBloraiatuHall.. LUTNINAN. slaw I :j BMfatr P m. vrw*d7 undergo health checkups to try your member pharmacy I
Beach today through a graduate of U.S. Marine with agencies and
cooperate
North-South. Mrs. Don Taylor Cor p Officers' Candidate "sayWOMAN' Jacqueline displaying the society seal.
Thursday are:
Eric Murray i
and Mrs. School Quantico, Va.. and Is Cuais1'IAN 1'1..111.
first Mr. Murray and Mr The Very Rev. Clifton H. ANCu u"ION, 10 ... it NJ.SSoa
Taylor: second: Mr. and Mrs. White, rector, and Mrs. White; stationed at Saufley Field, Arar Cltad.1 YOUR PRESCRIPTION ,,IAaMdcr
the Rev. David C. Kennedy Pensacola, In the flight training astussayPAITM.POI 4

Paul East-West Tyler third.tie for first Mr curate; Mr. and Mrs. John L. program. 1. O5OUP. .....CHRISTIAN........ WILlI ro.1,..". Light and right FillED WITH CARE
Snook, Mr and Mrs. HarveyB. 0155,1 51 7 ... 5t Norrlloll' MM : Tu'
and Mrs. Nicnolls. Mrs. Lera Aum root.ST. J' The embl.m Is irBli Bf
and John Taylor; third. Hardy Walter Buehler Actor 511111' .Pt5COML. Wol, the lnd.pndnt phrrncllt ( R
A
Ryan I r
Doing Communloa bright
Judge and Mrs. William K. 11 n. eommMnoral.Int . new .
Mrs. Ray Smith and Mrs. 11 "ar .h. ......1:0,. who I.I dadicar1; t. Brttk
Love Mrs. Russell B. Davis, snarly Artrm Yti
Louis Turbe IDGENorthSouth director of MusicalNEW I /t/ the AiiocrBtiBfl't rigid cW
Lakeland deanery white PATENTS !
Bf Bthlcs. TB the public, ItIndiciUi
winners of Episcopal Church-emeu; Mrs. YORK (AP-A musical MFMIIq
Lee Overbay, Mrs. DorothyD. about the f lmrlry, qualityit
Ridge Duplicate Bridge Club Negro housing 11II .."Ic..
Include Mrs. Waits Statham, All Saints'Churchwomen problem in big cities, "The

and games Mrs. Dancy. first; Mrs.V. president; Mrs. Belated Dawn," is being completed FELIX DONATELLI'SPHARMACIES

D. Flesher end Mrs. Elmo Grover C Williamson and by Moses Gunn, an actor ;

Hoffman, second; Stanley Mrs. C. E. Phillips. in "In White America." ___ (M. ....._Adv. BT Candidate! I
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Sapp and Dave Hauseman, Planning to attend the meetIng f:----- -- --
tomorrow only are Mrs. 14,99Gl
COLEMAN'S
PHARMACY
third.East-West Mr Dancy and J. B. Royal, Mrs. J. Russell REBUILDS MATTRESStJ'Ii'

Mrs. C. W. Thompson first; Royal. Mrs. William B. Mar. I 1417 LAKELAND HILLS BLVD.
i
cum Jr. and Mrs. Margaret
John Taylor and Mr. Nicholls. ,'. irylts rhot.
Hugle members of SL Martha's ning
Phil MARTIN
second; Mr. and Mrs. chapter. WI CAN MMAKI YOU OLD MAT. .. mok. summtr more fun I DRUG
DavieS, third. II TRIM TO M AS GOOD AS NIW Icy portnt I toother uppers 437 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST. JOSEPH'S COUPLES AT A FRACTION Of THI ORIGINAL 4J ti or> open ihots Choowtho "
PRICI.W optn-ud" toll Mal l
TOURNEYMr. dPhAOJuilA with pbblgroin: coif CRYSTAL PHARMACY
Haber- 1
Frank
and Mrs. As
controir. son InVogu
korn. Team 1$. won first prize fell '.... *Ub 1.441.y' 1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE
FIRESTONI .,4 WYNN' GIST !.4-
of the month In the St J 0.eph' Mrs. B. K. You,. ju S.
tliRf swede .h* cur *WR factory.r .
couples' bridge tournt- Kentucky Are, who was injured .'x TUCKER DRUG :-
ment. The top five teams are: in a fall in her home I .N.'. ft P...Mv IASV TIRMS SPttte, '

Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle, on April I, is a patient at 321 N. MASS. AVE. :

first: Dr and Mrs. Lester Le- Lakeland General Hospital.Her WYNN MATTRESS ...*of fotMo

Valley, second;;Mr. and Mrs. condition is reported to s. SHOE SALON . STREET FLOOR LAKELAND DRUG
Paul Tyler third, Dr. and be Improving but she Is unable 1427 New Auburn Jo l" Hwy. MU 3-4932
MIL Stanley Story fourth; to receive visitors. 1211 ft* Mo! ,, .UUW, fie, 604 W. MEMORIAL BLVD.

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IQ-A LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April! _21,_IK4I
Alabama Lawyers And Judge .L E C "I'


Kynes Makes Flying- Stop. In PolkJimmy ,. Charged In Divorce Racket ,(ClNfiSWOQbSTAtl j

W. Kynes, state attorney -- :
general, touched down normal chan ,SPlQTt) )R
briefly In Lakeland, yesterday GENEVA, Ala. c lit Four attorneys -]gomery told the Supreme Court handled through ,
during a campaign hedgehopping and a judge charged with) last Thursday that he found a'cesspool" nels were In public records In
tour, conferred with Polk participating In the quickie divorce of quickie divorces other rooms. ,
County supporters, and was on racket were to start gtv,in Geneva County. He also said the locked rec R r ,EtNTAIIV.E.
his way again.Kyne's log testimony today to a 33- He said record of the 2,500 ords had not been reported to ',' I ,.., I ( .'" .
plane landed at Drane Health Department as
divorces were hidden In an up- the state
Field about 2:30: o'clock and the member board which has the stairs locked room while others required by law.
,,. state official took off about an power to disbar them.
hour later. The Board of Commissioners
The meeting was set up, a of the Alabama Bar Association'
' spokesman said, to brief supporters
on action to be taken e re w over-ruled legal questions yesterday EXPEIUEN E.'CQONtS ''N .TAtL ttASS '
during the next two weeks of and paved the way for
the campaign. the testimony to begin.
Supporters on hand for the It also overruled pleas of the
j. occasion included Howard Sands judge, George Black of the Geneva Ben Hill Griffin Fights Severance Tax
of Winter Haven, and Sonny County Inferior Court, not ,
May, Clyde Martin and Rep. to try Mm.Black'i .
Lawton M. Chiles Jr. of Lake attorneys said tryingthe Saves Phosphate Workers' Jobs
land. igefA
n five In common would be
Kyne, after visiting south and "putting the cart before the .
central Florida area, was to s ." because attorneys should
have reached Tallahassee last not be given the power to regulate -
night the Judiciary.

BOTH WERE WRONG Subject To Penalty
ALBANY N.Y. (AP) Both waria. Black's attorneys contended
finalists in a spelling bee at a hat the board has no authorityto
Junior high school In suburban represent him. They said that A. your State Representative, Ben
South Colonle spelled "erroneous" .,, if Black has committed
any
Hill Griffin fought the proposed
erroneously. wrongful acts, he la subject to
;;- --, penalty under the law. severance tax which would have

STATE ATTORNEY GENIRAL VISITS LAKELAND Jimmy KyitM, dab .ttm.y t.".r.l Accused of participating In endangered of the 6,374
many
I ctnrtr, talks hr. with .."' *f hit Polk County lupparHn a lit ,re,.,.. t* ko.r4 .! fei the racket are Black, State Sen. a
I k.dge.hoppi.g! tour of Florid. Pictured kin *r", from lira Mr, Howord Sods. Winter H.",.., Neil Metcalf, former State Rep phosphate Jobs (as well as allied
.. Sonny May, Ukolond, Kynoi, Clyd. Martin, Leloland" end R.,. L.wt ChlUi, Lokokud. (Udfor E. C. Boswell. Jack; Smith and industry workers) and a vital '
..
Photo ) Ned Moore.
fcy Hughu
I The Bar Association accuses payroll of $38.5 million.
them of knowingly representing :
Florida Southern CollegeSets out-of-state) residents in more
I than 2,500 divorce cases filed In ZV
Geneva County in one year.

0 Annual 'German Day'The waived Residence by Alabama requirements law in most are
divorce cases when the husband Polk: County has but one representative in the State Senate. We

and wife are both in the Jurisdiction can afford nothing less than the best . a man of ability!
DEES WATER I annual "German Day" will be the announcement of the tributed by Lufthansa of Ger of the trial court, and proven
SKI SCHOOL observance at Florida Southern student selected to receive a many, also will be awarded. hundreds of couples from other Ben Hill Griffin has the required know-how his fellow legisla
College will be held tomorrowby scholarship for a year's studyin Special guests at the luncheonwill tales have come to Alabama tors' respect for his knowledge and ability and the never-say. die
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t.s..,_W.tu...-....SNlnnw Any.t' and intrue.A.v. I Germany under the college's Include Glsela Pfannenstlel, for hurry-up divorces. !
'bins,I..n-+.'...,'d_! fum.n_, 6 T.l.kkiln. m.d.n students of and faculty members exchange program In coopera- Exchange student from Germany Must Be Resident determination to get the job done. For yourself and for all Polk.
Mu .....n" 11.,1. PI. the language depart- tion with the German-American ; Alfred Rovell, presidentof I '
Ph. MU 2-7998 ment. Clubs. the German-American Club, The State Supreme) Court has i County. .
I A highlight of the program The announcement will be Lakeland; Mrs. Waltraut Cries.held that the husband or
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made at a luncheon meeting of of Winter Haven, representativeof must be a bonified wlf'I'

", RE-ELECT F r students the German, faculty Department and guests to be of Herold the Florida; and Dr.Staatazeltung Paul C Staake und, the tion state two years and the ago Bar adopted AssoclaI a J I Elect BEN HILL GRIFFIN Your State Senator

held in the President's Private president of Webber College, tough rule subjecting attorneys
to possible disbarment if they
Room. and Mrs. Staake.
SCHOOL Dining knowingly represented out-cf- ,
.
I Film 111 hl adv3
To De Shown tate residents. :

BOARD The speaker will be Frank 3 Non-Communist Robert E. SteIner III of Mont. j'. ...."'''-->- -. ---
Elsenschenk, senior from Winter -- -
MEMBER Haven, who won the scholarship Nations' Ships

Austin T. Earlier the two University,years a program ago of and Glessen.will studiedat be Visit In CubaMIAMI Let Us Give Your Car A BRAND NEW LOOK!

presented in the college chapel
starting at 10.10: a.m. A special I W Ships of only
PX feature of the day will be the three non-communist countries
Ht showing of the film, "Go To' -Britain,Greece and Lebanon- Wash & Wax
Race Jr. ,Germany," which depicts the called at Cuban ports during SpecialAll
(state'Isit' of the late President March, an exile organization
ti tt \ Kennedy to West Germany It reported Monday. I
FOR BETTER SCHOOLS I\will be shown at 2 p.m. and 7 Britain, with 17 ships, retain.
.
t ,p.m. in Branscomb Auditorium ed a lead it has held many finishes regular and acrylic! 1.J4,' ' ....""" .,;; **' V_ , ,
j EXPERIENCED ., DEPENDABLE classroom. months, reported Revolutionary polished to showroom shine with a hard, 'I.
'If. I Dr. Juliana Jordan, head of Unity, which maintains a checkon > I ,
VOTE FOR the German Department, is in Cuban maritime activities. durable protective surface.. We sea only r ,
charge of the observance. She Eleven Lebanese and two fop-quality Pur Premium Cleaner and r : v,
GOOD EDUCATION ,
said book prizes, given by the Greek vessels visited Cuba, the 1
FOIl YOLK CO. German embassy, Washington, exiles reported. They noted Wax Highly resistant to harmful mo'n'
and the Austrian consulate In Spanish and Moroccan ships tune, sun, salt air and other weather con-
M. '-) Adv ky Autrln r; Urn Jr. !
it. ... lUirtw, Tna.C.my.ioa. Pund- New York, will be awarded to were absent from the list for 1
i I students. Door prizes, con the first time In months. ditions. Retards oxidation which resultsIn
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, April 21, 1M4

Bartow Board




Adopts BudgetOf







$2,548,453 STOCK MARKET FLASHES I

I BARTOW City commissioners Odom estimated the civil

last night approved service recommendations will

- a J1.S48.4S3 budget for the cost the city slightly more NEW YORK (AP-The stock Motors, off 'lat 16!% on 2,300. On 2,000 shares, Westinghouse

1964-65 fiscal year. The figure than $10,000 during the next market was mixed in moderately I American Telephone lost % at Electric eased % to 34ft.

represents .a revised budget budget year, scheduled to active trading at the opening 143% on 5,000 shares. Parke Davis gained !4 at 30 Von
showing an increase of $13,440 begin May 1. He said the new today. I Electrical ft Musical Industries[ 1,100 shares

'1 over! weeks the budget presented several policies will affect 70 employes. Changes of most key stocks opened on 6,000 shares, up % Chrysler opened on (,000

ago. were small. at 7,4.! shares, up % at 484.

After the alterations were Longevity Pay Opening blocks Included: I General Electric rose /4 to Radio Corp. opened unchanged

t, made the budgets capital out. IS i American Tobacco, unchanged 86% on 2,900 shares. Goodyear at 3-4% on 3,700 shares.
Under the -
Uy Item Increased $1.670 to employes with new provisions than five at 34% on 4,200 shares; American :added W at 42ft on l.too. Yesterday the Associated

$184.250. of service more will be Machine ft Foundry up % I Republic Steel advanced % Press average of SO stocks fell

I City Manager C. R. Odom vided years with pro- _ .._._ at lion 2,400; and American ,to 437s on 1,000 shares .3 to 306.4.
longevity pay equalto - ---- --
said the budget contains
provisions two per cent of their salary: BLUE
for longevity pay for three I CHIPSmy I
The 10-year employes will get
employes. longevity
city along with extended per cent; 15-year employes CLINIC IIINfl IUILT UitJr c rtnKri
pay for long time vacations will receive four per cent; 20- Children, .It Hi. shah skew ....,.. This tllnta, wilted will serve ci a ,.m, "..,ltel a. "Mlnntry.. Isbtlitf WIFE 'av$ m; a*
employes
also was approved last year employes will receive .knit .b r N. I. J* 4'* .f I.sw .. a mm rUI .. the r*.pl. .( ..Ik County wise live d.. R K M TO BUY FIFTVXATfl "

nightLotMowing five per cent and 25-years of valid. limt, sUsie and. m.11., H ski wtlhr .l crlppUd, . child,... c..,., Ch.II..,.. .It s,*MW 4 .f citAR Ei: or: 'AUAO 9AL.g1FcREVSM I IIAPTOTI4ROWA I

-- service' will warrant six percent the FI.rM". $ el.ty *.. Crlps-M. Children end Adult end h lecnhd seer So". ".., tight mlki.. Mil .( r rAmEn'- I FWTMTgIIMI

of the employe's salary. MMM Dor*. Th. saw clink will ". rendy for ass In Jvn. for th. summer ctmplnf' ........
Under the new vacation

plan, employes with more than

10 years of service will receive Auburndale Planners
DrawsComplaints To
Policy three weeks and employes Study 1c

with over 20 years of service

will receive four weeks.
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For Pier " -
Also last night, the commission Proposal Fishing

Fred L. Powers and Robert heard a report from
Mayor H. Cecil Moore on the STOCKSAMERICAN *
Toy yesterday complained to AUBURNDALE A sinners said but
city's plant and fishing a study will commissioners believe that beginning -
the Lakeland City Commission voted sewerage resolution of sympathy pier and boat-landing facility have to be made to determine action can wait no I

. about city encroachment on for the late Robert Huftaker. on Lake Ariana came a step where the funds will come longer. I The Daily Investor
private enterprise. last night from.
nearer reality as I
former city and state attorney Land OwnedA
Powers and Toy both 1 in the city commissioners voted to Fishing and boating en- Privately .
who died last week.
land-clearing and lot.mowing refer the matter to the plan- thusiasts, Including a 200- problem la that much of By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. amount of odd-lot purchases Ji.s

business said the city is "put Cites Rumors ning board for a survey of member tourist club, have periodically the land around the lake is r It seems strange (even generally been higher than 'the

ting us out of business by Moore said "rumors have availability and feasibility of urged such a facility privately owned with most of deceitful) that brokers do not dollar amount of odd-lot laIr.

mowing private property for been circulating saying our location. but more pressing mat the rest owned by the state asa STOCK EXCHANGEAm give the true picture of odd-lot The following Is not a "plctg.
! free." is Less than an acre win be ters have seemed to press It rlght-of-way. The city beach But to avert a batch of mail .to*
sewersge treatment plant Elec .. ......... ....... 1> trading. It Is a fact that odd-lot
needed for the site commis Into the background. Now. must be served only for swimmers 4
he "
Toy said has taken lot this corner I must point out that
in ill repair. and tanners, commission. Barnes Eng ............ .. 22% sales often exceed odd-lot purchases -
mowing jobs only to return Odom said the city has three ers said, looking with baited Falcon Sea Dr ............ 10% based on number of anyone who wants to read the
and find that tractors had details of those studies: should
city
pumps at the plant but be- eye at possibility of fish hooks Guard Chern .............. 10U shares But dollar value Is a .
beaten him to it at cost Lakeland ; write to The
, no asked cause of the small amount of Utility in feet and dangers of boats Gulf Am ....... ........... 514 different story. Exchange magazine.
"On occasion I New York Stock
one .
sewerage, only one of the around swimmers.. Gulf Sulphur .............. 8 The limited amount of Invtsjtlgstlon Exchange,
the driver who told him to do 11 Wall New York 5 N, Y.
pumps is used. "For $500" he After considerable discus. Kratter ................... 9 I have been able to do ,

the the Job.city and told he them explained to mow that said, "we could fix the plantto Rate Cut ProposedA sion and between meeting Redwing Carrier ..... .... 13% Indicates that the favorite stocks! Any the sensible figures person in those who studies looksat

anything they saw." serve 15,000 persons." study the $4,800 bid for a Stephan Co It............ 8% of people who buy odd lots are should to the
I Moore accused sources In truck-loader sand machinefor Syntex ... ......... ........ 734*} the higher-priced stocks, whereas . come following
t ISM Job Taken Auburndale of starting the rumors proposed change in com rate decrease to users, was ( cleaning city sewers) was Tampa Elec ............. 2514 odd-lot sales are more oftenof simple conclusion: The average
investor stocks and
On a similar occurrence and indicated he thinks mercial water and utility recommended to city commissioners accepted from Southern Pipe Textron Inc .............. 4% lower-priced stocks. Can you buys puts
those stocks for the
Toy referred to a Job whichhe It Is an effort to "discredit our rates, which could result in yesterday by City and Tool Co., Jacksonville; OVER-THE-COUNTER do detailed research on this, as haul. away long

had taken at $500 for mowing site," obviously referring to an approximate 10 per cent_ Manager Robert Youkey. the machine can be operatedby MUTUAL FUNDS a service to your readers? But some people won't accept

some lots that were being the Bartow Air Base which The commercial decrease two men, Instead of three A. Fortunately. I don't have
Affiliated Fund ........ ....8.78 the: obvious. Some people try to
held for real estate and investment the city has offered as a City SeeksFourLaning could become effective as as In other bids, thus saving Alico ................... .. 7% to. That big research job has "read" all kinds of implications
purposes. And again permanent site for Polk Junior early as July, said Youkey, man-hours and money. already been done. And the results -
Am
Express ............,. 43% into the shifting trends in odd-
_ according to Toy. the city College. and would mean a $150,825 annual The machine will be paid do back up your reason.
Auto Merch .............,. 11\ lot purchases and sales Some
stepped in and did the job. Odom asked commissioners savings for city custom for out of the city renewal and ing. Honestly though you seem
Chase Man Bank ......... 69% clowns even claim they can pre-
Powers told commissioners to consider buying a 40-acre ers.The replacement fund. Fidelity Fund ............ 1788 to have gone p diet the future ups and downsof

"1 believe the city could save tract of land on Jackson Street city's Department of Sewer Plan Rejected Fla. Gas ..... ............. 10% way off the deep the stock market on that I

money by cutting down on near the county's Juvenile Cost FiguresLakeland Electric and Water Utilities A request by B ft W Builders Fla. Pub. Util ............ 22ft end on the subject basis.

tractors, equipment, and Home. suggests combining the C-l for Installation of a sewer Fla. Steel..........,,, .., 8% of odd-lot You say that brokers may be

maintenance U they would Odors who said the property"is City Commissioners and C-2 (previously known as main and accessories to a pro- Fla. Tel. .....,............28 trading deceitful on this score. If you \

stop mowing private property for sale," explained the yesterday decided to speed action the 6c power rate and 4c power posed outlying subdivision was .. Tile ................. 1414 An odd-lot are trying to outguess the stock

," city could use the propertyas on preliminary cost estimates rate) to offer one commercial rejected as not economically Founders Life ........... S% trade of course, market by "Interpreting" odd-

City Commissioner Dr. a "commercial area." for the four-Ianlng of rate in addition to the display feasible until a sizable resi- [Gulf Life .........,....... 57 I means the purchase lot trends, you're only deceiving \'

James R. West told fellow Moore said too much filling Parker Street between Massachusetts rate. dent subscription to the sub- Incorp Invest ....... ..... 7.70 or sale of yourself. ,
Commissioners that he thought would be required in order to and Ingraham Avenues. division and possible development Inter County Tel ft Tel ... 58 less than. I

city practices were completelyout use the property for the site Commissioners agreed that Incom. Loss Expected of a nearby industrial Jackson Min Mart ........ 5% round lot. Be- QI own stock In 11 com

of hand. of the, city's planned Civic this was one of the major improvements Revenue from the present park. Lewis Bus Forms. ......... 15W [cause stock mar I panics They all send me beautifully I

When private enterprise Center. on which constructionis facing the city and, C-l rate now brings in $1,430- The company which plans Nationwide .........,....., 15% kit;;; truHlnir" ;k i In DOYLE Illustrated, high priced I

can do the job. and do it well. supposed to begin In. the should be given serious atten 890 per year With the pro 110 lots in the area, said it A. H. Robins ............. 37U istt Is (I'mallr.) annual reponts'Eachof ,

I think it's very wrong for the 1964-65 budget year. posed 10 per cent decrease, would put up $32,000 but this Taylor Inst ......... ......4 46U. done in round lots of 100 shares these reports contains only I

city to use tax sources to com tion.The construction cost estimatefor revenues would be expectedto is little more than the one- T.V. Elec Fund ... .... .... 823 an odd-lot transaction normally one Item that interests me-the

pete." section of Parker be- dip to $1,280,065.Although fifth of the estimated $150,000 Trans Gas Pipe Line ,,... 21% represents the purchase or latest year's earnings, compared ,

City Manager Robert You. Bartow High Art the Massachusetts and Ingra Youkey said the cost of the sewage Installa- Travelers .....,........ ... 50% sale of anywhere from one to lo the previous years. Is the

key said the practices the ham tween is 121444. This price City does not intend to try to tion. The Item was tabled for United Ilium .............. 38'4'! 99 shares of stock. cost of these fancy reports deductlbl -

men complained about were Class Plans would Include storm drainage make up the $150,000 loss In study Universal Foods .......... 31 The only place where records from company taxes
in existence. he believes present are kept and publicized of day. If It Isn't, I would prefer to receive
Right-of-way acquisition was not revenues City Manager Bruce Cano- NEW YORK
"Many lots are now being Mural Display by-day odd-lot purchases and Just a mimeographed sheet
population growth will helpto I
estimated in the cost but couldbe va will appoint a safety committee
mowed by the city as a part expected to raise the totalto even out the difference In to each city depart STOCK EXCHANGE sales Is on the New York Stock and Increased dividends from
of Its for beautifica. The second Latest II Exchange.. the the would
program BARTOW year approximately $173,000 or lost revenue. Official records ment to promote and distribute a.m. money company
tion," Youkey 1I1d.Ordinanc. art class of the Bartow High $200,000. show Lakeland's growth rate Information about on- Close Price I The Exchange, a monthly save. I

Favored School under the direction of since 1)48 has Increased at a the-job safety. The move follows Air Reduction 583. 58r.Alden. magazine published by that A. Yes, the cost of printing

Mrs. Harold E. Jackson, will Opinions Differ rate of about 12 per cent per a letter from Wes Gunn, 29'29' stock exchange, has publisheda and sending annual reports and 1
Youkey continued by has saying display a mural on the art boardat Although all the commission year. Polk County Civil Defense Director Allegheny Ludlum -4"" 44'/ couple of studies on the sub other literature to stockholdersIs
that although the city no that would Interest "
the public library beginning ject you, a "business expense. Thisis ,
action. Allied
ers felt Parker Street was a The commercial report was urging Chem 64 544
ordinance requesting privateproperty their with the week of April 30 and definite bottleneck and detrimental first suggested last year when Am BOlch 14* 141,4 backed up by all that researchyou deductible, for tax purposes I
owners to keep the remain- wanted me to do. I just as other (salaries
mowed for continuing through to a continuous flow of the city's Industrial rate was Am Cy.namld 62% 631/i expenses
vacant aesthetic properties he would der of the school term. The display traffic there were differences reduced. At that time It was ROTC CadetsAt Am Home Prd 66* 66% I The March, 1964 issue of that costs of materials, etc.) are de
purposes II arranged by the Bartow Am 23 magazine shows that people who ductible. j
such an ordinance ss to how much of the project recommended that a progress Hospital 23'1.
strongly favor done with- Art Guild, .which with Mrs. Bernice could be taken on at one time. commercialrates Am Mach Frdy 18y' 191/s buy odd lots generally do pre Don't be such a Scrooge. Most
if It could be report on present
Holm. Is In charge of dis Southern Am Metal Prd 21t 211,4 fer higher-priced stocks A much stockholders like to get detailed
in legal bounds. : City Mananger Robert Youkey be compiled and appraised -
more detailed study, In the November reports. While some companies
Am Motor 16
161'
plays. % \
ordinances Is of
said "the coat before
city improvement September
Under present The mural Is Intended to be Am Res DIY 241 24% 1063 Issue proves that, overdo it, the cost is relatively I
the city provides mow- much higher than I had anticipated 1964. Plan ReviewThe
placed In the Latin Room at Am Seating 35" 3s7/ over the years, the dollar small
when weeds and overgrowth and funds are not available -
ing are declared unsanitary the high school. It shows various to accomplish the entire No Special Act Asked Am Tobacco 345/i 34%
motifs of Roman life, and bears ROTC cadets of Florida Am Tel Tel 14-4 1431% Latest 11 .
and a nuisance. This applies project at this time." He recommended "Since this Is only a progress am Latest 111.m.
primarily to lots that are the motto, in Latin "Latin Uves the section of Parker report," said Youkey, "I Southern College will hold their Ampex 18% 16% I Close Price Close Price

easily accessible and near the Today." Street between Massachusetts am not requesting special action last formal review of the academic -Aria Pub Ser 353/i 355/4 Korvette 29.4 21" Union Pac "I% 411%
designed by Mary at 4 Wednesday -Armco Steel 75% 75%
public streets and rights-of- It was and Vermont be undertaken as but I do believe this can year p.m. Lear-Siegler 13% U% Union Tank 43I431%
in drill Atcha 2aAt
Sullivan and painted the field. top 28Y. %
way. No additional charge is Michael her and other membersof the first leg of the project, with be done without tying the on campus Refin 543 54% Llggette "Myerl 821it 82% United Fruit 21% 2J.y,
made to the property owner oils by the remaining section of con- hands of the Department of Awards will be presented to Auto Can 18 Litton Inds 691% 69% U.S. Jodi. I0l10,
Sandy 14Y %
Futch.
Susan
the class, struction to come when more and Water Utilities." the outstanding cadets In various U.S. 61
Rubber
for this mowing. and Electric Avco Lone Star Gas 23% 23% 6114
2214
Youkey concluded with a request Odom, Carolyn Wilson Mary funds would be available. Information from the Electric categories, it was announced Beneficial 21Y. Loral Elec 7% 7l/ IU.S. Steel :563% :I7"
49y'49 4
for an appointed com Turbe. Jackson plans to have a I After discussion as to the and Water Utilities Department by Lt. Col. Robert H. Newberry, Beth Steel 36YJ 36% P. I.orrillard47% -47% Upjohn 5114\ 61%

mittee to study the problem mural Mrs. painted each year and practicability of buying up right. makes clear the and professor of military officer science of thearmy' Blaw-Knmc 2S14 28% Madison Fd 19% J9% Vendo 17% 17',
commanding
along with recommendations In the various teaching of-way before land costs be change that would take place the Borg.W.rner4Sy' -4ays Magnavox 393/4 39y4Msrguardt Warner.Lambert 2914 29h
for change or improve- placed of ROTC program. at 11 11 W, Air Brake 35'33'
any of the building, accordingto boosted Commissioners agreed with the modification present Brunswick 10% 10% % %
ment that might benefit the rooms subjects. ,to amend their original proposal C-l rates. This change college. Burl'.lgto" -45 447iBurrougs Martin Marietta 181% 1814 Westinghouse 34% 34'
present policy. the appropriate and insert the recommendation would put city rates in line The public Is Invited. 23'1.' 23% McCrory l\I\% 11% Wlnn Dixie 31* 3P%

Parker Street estimates McKessol451% -45% Woolworth 84% 84Ye
that with other competing rates Celanese 6SY IS
Mattox Cites Value Include cost of right-of- while also putting Lakeland's Some astronomers believe the Chemetron 2a 28% Merck 1I5% 115% Xerox 93% 93% t j

way acquisition for the total commercial rates down with moon is covered with a deep Chel Ohio 72 7211. Minn. Unwl 129229% Zenith Rad 79% 7934 ;

project the lowest of other competing layer of dust somewhat like Chrysler -4747Y. MMM 66166% Occidental 28 25Y. ,

Of Land Reclamation utilities. quicksand.by Cin Gu &: Elec 26% 26% Montg Ward 39l39l/ Jim Walter 3-1% 3-4%

Cities Ser 69 88% Nat Biscuit 60760, %

Rep 'companies have often failed to Zephyr hills Coca Cola I28IA 129 Nat Can 16o/a 16%
WINTER HAVEN-State cooperate. This places those Haven Native Wins Cash Colgate Pal 04311. Nat Dairy 7414 74% Sinkhole Under '
Ray !Mattel who recently rep- Nat Fuel 3-4 3-4
who have established a voluntary Youth Given Colllni Pad 17% 17%
Florida at
resented the State of t.
reclamation program at a Columbus Gal 29y' 294! Nat Gypsum .9 49 State Road 655
For FSU
a Surface council Mining of State Conference Governments on distinct economic disadvant.ge.be One-Year Term Award TeachingWINTER Com Credit -41% 413.4 1 Nat Tea 16% 36% I
Okla Gas Elec: 2W 27%
land reclamation methods, in said. added that Florida, at BARTOW A HAVEN Mrs. Premiss Hall; and another Can Edison 86% 86" Outboard Marine l73. 18% Blockslraffic !
Mattox 17-year-old boy
Con Foods 551/s!
Roanoke Va.. stated that "a I has no state regulations -yesterday became the fifth Katherine B. Hoffman a Win- designed to Interest the layman .cYa Pac Gu t. Elec 32 Ii',1
detailed study Of the problems present specifically to ter Haven native, has receivedthe and young student in biochemistry Consumer Pwr 467463,4 Pan Am Sulphur 311% 31' WINTER HAVEN (AP-The
be t
pertaining Zephyrhills youth to sentenced -
of other states in this area holds reclamation of mined over land. In connection with the Coyle E. Moore Jr. award Just published In Cont Can 473/4 -47% Parke Davis 3814: 30% underpinnings of a state highway
great significance for Florida'sfuture. said that he has had for Outstanding Excellence in the Vistas of Science series. Cont OIl 664 66% Penney, J. C. 2J4 53 section fell into the water table
Mattox March 2 break-in of a Lakeland ''
wide reclamation Teaching with a $500 prize. Mrs. Hoffman "has enjoyedthe Ctrl Data 95',. 96 Pepsi Cola 503,4 M% today and Indications were the
"Of the IS different states rep- sn Industry service station. Com prdl 651A 65% sinkhole
for the past Mrs. Hoffman is assistant respect of students and Pfizer -4747y' was enlarging fast
under study Criminal Court H.
Judge
resented at the conference it plan which be hopesto Roy professor and associate chair colleagues alike over the years Crown Cork 34'34: Phillip Morris 8234 82% from below.

was generally recognized that several months to the phosphate in- Amidon sentence dealt to John out Courson a one-year, who man of the department of for dedicated and high en- Den Rio R R 20 204De Phillips Pet 5014 MIlS Jim Knight newsman of a

all share a common problem present early date. This chemistry at Florida State deavor in the classroom, In research Sato Chern 23 225/4 Phelps Dodge 69169% Winter Haven radio station, reported -
with and
at an
charged breaking
regardless of the type material dustry would basically call for the was and University her husband, and writing, in administration Dr Pepper 3314 33 Viper Air 61 51 from the scene "it was

mined if proper reclamation plan by the industry entering grand larceny. Harold, also a native of Win. and In the leadership Dresser Inds 3IYa 31% Proctor 1 Gamble 83113 8314 a little terrifying" to hear and
Similar sentences
establishment
were given
methods are not employed by controlled association ter Haven is head of the feed in the scholastic honor DuPont 2603" 261 Pure OU 44l44% feel apparently sizeable chunks
centrally week four other
last to
the particular mining Industry of a under the supervision of arrested with Courson.Glaucoma youths laboratory and associate state societies on campus," said her Eastman Kodak 12a 129 Rep Steel -4545y' of earth break away below the

Involved; surface or strip raining director. This reclamation chemist with the Florida Department citation.A Gamble Skgmo 3-4y' 35 R. J. Reynolda49 49 surface '
leaves the mined over land in a full time association: would coordinate of Agriculture. joint faculty-student committee Gen Elec: 86% 861,4 Rbo.l Sal Trust 6% 6% The hole blocking all traf.

an unsightly and unusable con day to day basis certain The award was made at makes the selection of Gen Foods 90190 R.C. Cola 7-4% 74% tic on State Road 655 south of

dillon" he said. on a of current and proposed Tests FSU commencement duringthe outstanding teacher "o n e Gen Motors 81% 82 Sifeway Stores 61 111 621} Winter Haven was reportedas

State Has No Law aspects reclamation projects. past weekend. The Distinguished whose door Is open to all students Gen Tel "Elec 35 3-4y. Scott Paper 36 36% six feet across and 20 feet

industry of two Will Be Given Professor award interested in Intellectual Gen Time 12% 12% Sears 13914 109% deep, with water visible at. the
Mattox stated that probably'' "The mining have previously: went to Carlisle Floyd, whose exercises and develop- Gen Tire 25% 25 I Shattuck 16% 18 bottom.

the most significant point developed -other states organizations somewhat -.! opera "Susannah" won international .ment" w. R. Grace M'56' % Sinclair Oil -45 -45* State road department crews

at the conference was established in character and Glaucoma tests for persona acclaim after Its 1955 Mri. Hoffman served as Great A P Tea .co'I .colA !Sacony 71% 71% went to dump fill in the gap

that the legislatures of individual similar hive been very en-[over 40 will be given by a team premiere He also received president of the student bodyat Greyhound 583 57Ya !Southern 56% 561/ but they retreated to a safe distance

states have stepped In with the results Florida is quite fortunate from the Polk County Eye Clinicat $500. Florida State College for Grummall41 V. 40'/'Sperry Rand 16% 16* when they heard further

regulations and controls only in coursgmg. indus the W. G. Hales real estate Women (FSU) and received IBM 6SZ: 1131A Std Oil levi 701701% crumbling under the roadway

direct relationship to the amountof that has the already phosphate made great office at GII>>ooI.. Books Written her BS degree chemistry tnt Harvester 71'4 71'4 ISId Oil N.J 86'se When first noticed about 2

voluntary reclamation effort try here forward in the productive -: The tests will be given from Mrs. Hoffman' joined the and biology In 1934. She received IMC 9l, 9% Sunray Oil 30 30 am, the sinkhole blocked only

undertaken by the Industry in strides restoration of mined over 9 .m. until 4 p.m. FSU staff as half-time in- a master's degree from Int Mill Chem 71% 71% Tees Gas Trans 22% 22% one lane of the two-lane highway -

that state. individual voluntary' structor In 1940 and has taught Columbia University Collegeof tat Paper 33'31' % Texaco 76% 71 connecting Winter Haven

Even when the mining industry -land on This an effort has thus far, One of the biggest problems there since In recent years Physicians and Surgeons in Int Tel Tel 59591A Texas Gulf Sui "2'4401% and Wahneta, a citrus growing

as a group has moved forward basil.rendered the passage of State faced by the tiny African state she bas written two books: 1938 and took further work at Jones "Laughlin 761A 7'% Tidewater 3i: % 32% community Later both lanes

voluntarily in some states, measures in Florida of Gabon Is lack of modern "Chemistry for the Applied the University of Florida In Kelsey Hayes 35% 3Kerr.McGee \% Union Bag 39'393 I were blocked and then the hole
this has not always offered a:regulatory Matte said. |transportation. Sciences" published In 19J: 1939-40. 33% U% ,Union OU 79'' 79% began enlarging further
complete solution as individual unnecessary. ,



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Lakeland In Home Opener Tonight






II Tigers Blanked By Tampa 1 : WSPGEK"




In Season's Opener, 2-0 trI


"
Lakeland's Tigen will open their 1964 Florida State League season with an appropriaterival I

the Tampa Tarpona tonight at 7:30.t: Henley Field.

Jim Brown, a fast-ball tossing righthander who was Impressive here last summer be- s

fore a sore arm .Idelined him for the balance of the season, will be the opening game hurler / C
'til
for the
Tigers
% 12-A Tuesday, April 21, 1M4
And the Tigers will be seekIng the seventh and was unearned Rlcclutt Is la doubt but several .

to erase the memory of a Ron Robinson and Steve Lonj players may be left In iI
2-0 shutout handed them last ley singled and an error led to Lakeland when the rest Cf the
the score Tiger farms leave late this
in
night Tampa by the same
Tarpons. Tom Frondorff and A crowd of 1,260 watched the week for the north to recover TOPSY-TURVY WORLDYankees

Bob Morrow, both of whom game. from sore arms. Lakeland can
hurled for the Tarpons last season For tonight's game here carry 23 men Until after 30 days

I combined for a five.hitter there will be a single price. then the Tigers must drop to LA
19.
to blank Lakeland, 2-0. Also free tickets are availableat "t 1' ,
LAMILANS s r h TAMPA al P h '
Don Pepper, a first baseman various Lakeland mer v. : I i CIarc .e 1nne.r45,1 : :
for the Tigers for the chants. Contact the Henley Pr45.. rf M I e Mllgan..., 210 N o II.
second half of Field office of the Tigers for WII'... I. 45/t..i11 'I a1
the 1M4 season I. IMONen 1 1RN.M
. : ; PlaceBy
collected three of Lake details .It."f....11 If i . R.Mnwn rf 110v. .ace. In Last
land's five hits Including a I Lakeland Manager Al Feder c...,_.. I... e e e "" ".'''' N I r
s e I ..
.
double and two singles. Bill off will probably stick with the A 4r/an4 )". .4.ra 1NMN
I : .1 -M- I" RATHET the Colts' 7-1 St.
MIKE victory over
that faced
Voss had a double and the same lineup tonight
ThMto I t e *[ .... .. ..... ... Associated Press Sports Writer Louis. In the only'other game
Gene Bill Voss cf Rufus -- --- - --- ---- ---- --"-' ---
other bit was pitcher Tampa: ; '" !
VOM'S single. Anderson ss; John Faehr, rf; Yotolt_tre*It rat*IT l e.T.,V."_. .. ISIS 75... GO GIT 'EM JiM AI F.<(...". .....1.,4 Tiger "' ."...., talks evil nlUr.li>f ,rbUmi As things stand today, the Los played Bob Skinner's error

Gene Voss hurled well for six Barrie Williamson, 3b; Don o-awee_.....li .wt.., ftr'M'Frvntfvrf J._ I..In I ..Tth... with Jim Irawn, left, while Key R..,.*, right. .....'s ...rt.rym.r. tonight. Ilct.".. Irtwn will fend ,Angeles Dodgers are just a gave San Francisco two eighth-
Pepper, Ib; Roy Renfro, c; Jim LAM.LANS . .M ee-S ... .. shade worse than the New York inning rum and a 5-2 triumph
"
Innings and Dick James finished TAM a ern l f the LtktkiU Tip when they pea t"'l" lr horn U IM tt 7)30 .t H "Uy FI''U. Ht .4
off Gene Hiall. cf; Lannle Carrier, 2b; Rml-Ml/Hp,1' ;:"t_CirrlWllliimwm ,tlrnitof*, .bit ,.f.. , ,.. the Like-fond. Itc"., .ktl fcttnher Yankees over Cincinnati.The .
up. Tampa got a run pn.A __..,..... 14.111I ken tvmmtr /R trm ailment" wd ti* 4 him H. ,
Voss In the fifth on Frondorffs Jim Brown, p T........_..... 11.11.._t. ....._c.or-V.-.. ......",.,...._..,. .. U ipriitf training Phase. wee ...." if TI..".." when .....1.,4 wee In gAag trtlnlnf.Urfftr time But to then work they've at It. had more Philadelphia Chicago at New Baltimore York Mets and
single, a sacrifice by Ken Clark Walt Thoele was added to the r 1_ ..
LOm1..1..4. T Y1n145. ; ( Photo. H.. ..)
and a single by Howard Milll- club and was a pinch hitter. Clark..._. .UIIIPitehln.. .VM*. S_MUrtlnM. SM-,. y The Dodgers maintained their games also were rained out.

"r (an. Their final run_came_ in_The exact status of shortstop AI Sunwnarvltp edge Monday, but not without The other clubs were not sched
M ft i* se soXT uled.
some difficulty. They collectedfive
mom tKTuai COMMIT,in TDK CITY staotj! wHii ff.II MOW IUS um swim vent e..- ". \ I I :: Kentucky Placed Hurlers Star hits and scored a run off Sadowskl had retired 21 Dodgers
'in4Mf f t t I:
I :
MNrw a t e Bob Sadowskl while losing to in a row when they finally
;: "._. rrwiltorf. V-MeO.vltt *ni
,
.. "" inn.. TI:2I. AM. 1.... Milwaukee 7-1 and running their scored in the ninth on a singleby
As Dixie
:: Loop longest losing streak In two Tommy Davis and Ron Fair-

... years to six games. ly'a triple. Gene Oliver stroked
I : Sub-Group Baseball On NCAA Probation SeasonReplete The Yankees, meanwhile, three hits for the Braves Lee

Sites AnnouncedAVON I Opens tried to catch up but failed Mayo hit a homer and Frank
They didn't score but they did Bollms drove in three runs with
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) More followed until the orig- nine hits before to
PARK Avon Park stroke losing two run-scoring singles and a
and Frostproof will be the sites hose extra conditioning lesslona inal squad of 68 was reduced to with all the openln.on ,- Boston 4-0. They might have bases-loaded walk. Nick WU1-
.... ceremonies! the LakelandDixie
that helped cost the University less than 40 by the end of the
for the two subgroup Class B Youth Baseball had a better chance if the other bite was the beer
baseball. tourneys, It was announced of Kentucky nearly half 1962 season The dally condi- a 24-team circuit-opened League lu196.f half of the Patriots' Day doubleheader Bill Monbouquette, who allowed
of 1962
Its football
team
are tioning included
weight lifting
here yesterday by at Boston hadn't been seven hits before leaving
last three
season night at
the 1984 calisthenics
A chairman A. B. Wllhlte costing squad any and running but rained out. after eight innings because of
group John Cox diamonds.And .
In two. pre-tourney games chance to play in a bowl game coaches were careful not to the hurlers left little I The Dodgers' edge, however arm trouble, and Dick Radatx

Frost roof (T--) will battle Fort The National Collegiate Athletic have footballs on hand. doubt there would be "tough stems from the fact they've combined to shut out the Yan

Meade (-10)) while Lake Placid Association put the school Some of the players who quit sledding" this summer no played more games. Each team kees. Dick Stuart drove in two

(1-It will tangle with Arcadia on i one-year probation Monday.The gave up their grants-in-aid. The soft pitches. Topping the evening hal won one game, but the runs for the Red Sox with a
1-11) to determine the bracket only sanction is against council said the school gave was a no-hitter by Miller Dodgers have squeezed in six pair of singles and rookie Tony

for the subgroup teams. post season football. Slippery the' players form letters to signas Hardware's Guthrie and one losses to the Yankees' four Conigliaro hit his second homerof

In.the Avon, Park tourney Rock of Pennsylvania and Prairie their "voluntary" letters of hitters by E. Johnson of American I The Dodgers In the National the season. Rookie Bob Meyer

qtr fourth-aetlded Mulberry, who View A&M of Texas drew resignation from the grant pro- Cyanamid; Boully of Armour League cellar one game behind took the loss.Mocs .

won the Tampa Bay Conference the same penalties for playingIn gram. and Gary of Florida the New York Mets and four behind
up Friday night, will battle Lake- non sanctioned,bowl games It called this procedure "queationable" Tare leading Philadelphia and,

i. and's Santa Fe (7-4) In the last year. and said It "reflected B&J Market downed Florida San Francisco, have scored only

opening came Thursday at 7D.m. The NCAA took Indiana University poorly on the general administration National Bank, 5-0. as Ducar'14 runs in seven games and HereTomorrow

At 11:30: Avon Park' playa University of Colorado of intercollegiate ath fanned 8. Nelson had triple and three in the last 35 innings
the Lake Placid-Arcadia winner and New, Mexico State off the leUc. Glass a homer and double to They've collected only 50 hits I
At F r o s t proof Okeechobee probation list the latter nine, NCAA executive director Walter pace the winners. for a .213 batting average. I

11-4)\ will tussle with Zephyr- months earlier than expected.The I Byers said the Southeastern Plemons had a double la The Yankees, in the American
hills ((8-3) Thursday at 7 p.m. Conference had advised Ken- one-half behind
NCAA Council said Ken- Miller's M win over EweH League cellar game
with Central Catholic of Clearwater tucky the conditioning programwas Senators
tucky "violated provisions gov- Gary hurled Florida Tile tean the Washington
(8-2) playing the Fort rnlng out of season football legal t-2 victory ever Universal and three behind front-running Florida Southern College'
Mesde-Froatoroof winner. practice In that during late "The NCAA Council Is of the, Food. Baltimore, have scored 12 runs baseball team, 13-8 overall and
The combination so famous Finals will\ be Friday 'night winters and early springs of opinion that the university did Wellman-Lord downed Inter- in five games But they've col 7.2 In Florida Intercollegiate

almost everyone knows its ni knameJCJloudon'tjustlis'tcn at 7:30.: Winners open a best 1962 and 1963, its football not Intend to do wrong, however violated national Minerals Corp,; 3.1. lected 41 hits for a Ute batting Conference competition hosts
In fact, the activity
two-out-of-three series April 28 coaches conducted physical conditioning Schroeder who lost, fanned 18Davlson average. Florida Presbyterian College of
at your favorite bar A second game Is slated April! programs for all stu NCAA" rules two successive blanked American Cy- The biggest hitting show of St. Petersburg tomorrow in .pie

t Say Seagram's and be Sure 30 and the third, if ,necessary, dent athletes" planning to play years, said Byers anamid 1-0, as Koen fanning the day was put on at Houston Moca' last.non-league game of

il May I, football. ReinstatedNew I 12 In winning. Johnson struck where Nellie Fox drove h four the season. Game time at Lake
--- -- Attendance was required. Mexico State won early out 12 but lost a 1-hltter. Armour runs with a single and triple In land's Henley Field will be 3.15:
'aoooooooooaoooooaooooooaooaoooaHOT reinstatement from its three-
Charlie Bradahaw was in his the blanked Virginia-Carolina: 100.on pm.In
because
year probation Boully's 1-hitter. He an earlier contest at St.
first year as head coach In 1962 school introduced new evidence fanned SCOREBOARD
After eight weeks of condition- 10. I Petersburg Southern, on an
reportedly showing fewer students ,. ., .. . inning double outfielder
? IIIg and before spring practiceas involved In admissions W.II"-Lor"IMC .. .. .. . .. . SIC 11 e-1 IS AMaICAN 1. a. es.&e eighth by
were '
even'a week old, numerous RnMrla" .r-1 Lees, ,ftrM:;-a..:,. ,...... ..........,4 I .000 Fred Mayer, bested
Irregularities than at first a r45nrall.o..45n MnnNaa.. '...... a I.MI v 1, Presbyterian, 4-2. '
layers quit._ ,__ believed. AM.r.n :. see ::=1 1"1"P1THOIT. . ........ I ..*". I
Cran.Mid. 000m N- i ooo Mayer'a timely hit broke a
: banned from ..... and H.Ml ili or| S. Jormion .nmow .. La* AnoalatHanut ........ I.4Ch.a
m air condition Colorado, postseason v... less,... i :::::: I I .155 ;4f 2.2 deadlock. Another victoryover
football during its two- II. . , 000 (!')-10ooo I
v-e ._ City ::: ::: r I = the St. Pete nine would
I I COCOSEASON year probation, was rapped in ....11... and Va.05.l .........o.....o ant 1N .......,.._ .y. ., I J.In> 5L4 assure Coach Hal Smeltzly and
T.YI ..
: 11962 for recruiting Irregularities "'or."...N.Hrat... ., ees __ 1 New V rN.ON. .... .t.JLn- sMtM his diamond aggregation of a
ELECTRICALLY .
exposed In the Sonny Grandelius aaJ.. -....e M. {I..1., .111 n4 II 4C-1. D._1.I* N dw 4,.,Nav..Y.-":t t..":.:..I'J- fifth straight winning season.
Grandelius the foot- M. ILnMnI 0.sar ..nGLM c,,_ .. ..,....._ .e.4.
case. Moe mentor has
.
SmelUly
wal .
SOS se-s 1 .Ir' M.N.NdTOOaY's
5,11.' N........ . e11 -a a, OAMaCNv.1a.d
ball coach, was fired. tabbed Bob Roadarmel tall
gEl \ L wl. end Allmam 1 even... I'll ., e.ne. C,"", (N).
serious -ear... ......._
Indiana served a more w. tie MnnwM. right-hander from Lake
P1_.da Til. ., . . IM K .._. ., .
c'El " t-I tUI 1. A5..1K IN)
probation lasting four years ...,- PBM .... JOt eo.-s i 0.Ir 5550 _... I.4. Worth as the starting pitcher.
4. I during which It could not com- .NI Garr.nd..nd.]..Jut... >M| .. Mhntcn, f... NATIONAL w.l5A0Yt1 1. poeT. e a. Standing by In relict will be
EJ "i', in football ...11........,. .. .. .. ". 4 1 ..a.eiiNMn. Cooper Means and Bruce
I aLI pete post-season .. .". -
championship tourna- ". ....... .. I I .505 a Aitken.
games Finley's Got . .
OPENS in in- 51150. ::.::::::; : Im: t
who
a ments In other sports, or MI.vr.w Roadarmel, a freshman
....... 1 .... I%
/ C,50nnaN. I
\\ vitational aUain.Ex.Card New has been Impressive in relief
EJ GimmicksKANSAS 45,55 I IN
\ ::... .. . :::: :: I :::: a will Darrell
roles have
I Id TONIGHT Fulton
4 I CITY (AP-Charles I.05.es.r'.55:: = 4 Bartow Junior, as his battery

I'U Manager O. Finley has a couple of new .... "..IIC_ .. c._..,., 1.N. mate.
__ .
11 RACES wrinkles for his Kansas City 1 .5.. L..L45"An5IM a.Mnww6N .. "Florida Presbyterian has a

Eddie Dyer Dies Athletics to use tonight as a 5511./051'. a5 N.r....15,5.. rain.O"'r'50'l" Fine ball club," said Smeluly.
8:10: P.M. face lifter for the club's bat- .TOO.." 0..... "You know they are coached by
HOUSTON (AP)-Eddie Dyer .554.4.1051..1,....... ., Nw ,55 4
tered image at home. CN0.45 Bob Porterfield, ex-malor\ league
m aa ftolvting20th the muffin-faced former St. Louis etn......... .. i N.. es1. (N.. .
I la their home opener against Only. .._ N5.d0Nd.PLORIOA pitcher."
Cardinals' manager knownfor Cleveland's Indians, the Athletics 'T.TC W.La.eva&.. per e I In the infield for Southernwill
EJ I his friendly wave and "hiya, wilt take the field wearing 1501. .. . .. : .I: j a.45 55505 = be Jim Hardee, Ib; Ron
PM L6.drd.l.
pal" greeting, Is dead at 63 aft- ........ ...
EJ illness. uniform colors that Finley describes 545.n. .. .. S .55505 1.- -- James. 2b; Buster Hardy, 3b,
ANNUALSARASOTA er a lingering as "misty green" and UNILANO } .- and Frank Oktavec. ss.
The of the 1946 world 5,05. . o f ..ONOr.714
manager "Wedding white"Finley _. OM I The outfield will be patrolledby
E 4E gown 0 I
...........
Cardinals died In
champion a 1L .. 00
deserted last 15ULT Bob
hasn't ..*, { Lee Joel Ledlow and
MO.
] hospital Monday, two years /ear's colors, which he calls T......1..4.. _L.........,.. 1.Pert M.MI, .. Ken Huebner
three months and IS days after and ..._ Oaach t. Orl'.mtf. t.
LI rE "Kelly Green" "Flnley Only six other games remainon
INAUGURALDAILY he suffered a stroke in Dallas ....Mta II ... PMnM>r. 5.TVI.OAV's .
] gold. He bought two sets of OAMUTAMP the Moc schedule three each
o ,..J ,'j- Jan 2, 1963.Funeral uniforms and said the team will M, *at AT fart LAMIlANOiami L._..". against Rollins College and
... ..
ElEl .
services were
O h
Orlan at VartHX
J:i alternate color schemes. C.,1.$4. ., CL PN.n..q. Tampa_ University
'. planned for noon Wednesday. -- --
rJ: ; Dyer, whose friendly wave n
DOUBLE and verbal greeting were his

aEJ El '' 1-2 l i{; trademarks, was'with the Car- yil 1,

dinal organization 23 years, as

QUINIIIAS I Ij ,a player, manager and coach.
a aa IACH He returned to Houston In 1950
a El RACI j i and became successful In business -

5laaome !I Interests which Included Insurance -

its to be this i s oil and real estate.
going hot summer and next summer ,
tJ:: i. and the summer after that And the sure way to but MATINEES I Ironically, his death came Just ;

a the hilt it with electric air conditioning to make your TOMORROW 24 hours before his beloved i'
LI home refreshingly' coot. See your dealer about electric air START Redbirds met and lost to the

E conditioning, -mother. way to live better, electrically! Houston Colts.Lassies .

a I 2:00 P.M. I _

0 WEDNESDAYFRIDAY Win, 14-0

m AND
Special Installation I Betty Stephens and Joanne
o SATURDAYCENTRAL Pendry connected for home runs

Allowances During April Ey Friday night as McDonald's,
AIRCONDIT10NING Lassies shutout Auburndale, 14-
0, in a non-league women's soft-
I Ial.y alt eesditieneumfert e.d a sp.ciel ", ...IItlt. .11."ce, test a ball game. I Ii w M

Dvrlno Iho month of April the City of Lalclono1 will pep yea $10.00 IfrtUl. a IN BOTH LOBBIESOF i Stephens also was the winning'

lotion olUwonco If you levy e 230-T.lt blectrlt .1, ce"4riionor cad e $l0.00 0 pitcher, The Lassies will open
.bitrollorlon oltowonco If you ptirchoto. e 115-volt mntt. Tout Jcolor will GRANDSTANDSAND their league schedule tonight

(.no us e.ifkmt..f ..).. 0.., easterner panics onfliMor' will chock the a CLUBHOUSE ;when they meet the Lakeland its r

'II ln Ull.ri.n sad wo will moll 'M' ollowonc check' lay yo.r now oil ...41. E} General Hospital nine.KlNGSWOOD. a r tSKINNEIS

: ttoiior during Ap'H) end onoy| his comfort thla .'-". U CONCES3IOHSCOCKTAIL FINE FOOD I i


Offer, god In eny era ..",14 by the Do**. oftUctrk lEI LOUNGI I I

I b W... Utllttloi, City of UkoloiU) I Y

i LADIES mil THURSDAYS ADMITTED II i

DEPARTMENT OF aa I

Electric & Water Utilities ElO SARASOTAKENNEL I


CITY OF LAKELAND iii CLUB 100.100 Thus four ictoroi thaw she tcfomWo. for a .le..o bell In thoolhth

a 1)1tlEcrHICl : ,Ifmlne of genie yetterdey of Ion Frenchc between the GiI... ono OncloiioH ReeV tint

i fromo .now. ooty fly WU '"y Son ,....lee.'. Check HI... Umomf owoy stir cttild.. lo*. ..
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Iradenroit Rood (l1Ie...... left fielder .... SIll"..,. SecIll4 fsee skew SherNIep La. C rdeno ..."IIt.{ .la

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FISHING. HUNTING I Tuesday April 21, IMf 13-A

SPORTS OF THE TIMES l Bascbal/SoftbaII LAKELAND LEDGER

Those Fish DI I'

:Games JonighfOAOT
Yaz
Pesky I I.


Are Biting au-i.LAKtLANB. Pan... _OOVO MN'P ItAOUlLAHILAMO FMral
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By FRED W. JONE? :.f.Fl?, a wM SM1 0 .tI: .!

----- Flshlnf-Huntinf Editor _..d 1; _Ortary....... .... PuWI.. *4t
fijr ARTHUR DALEY .M.. DIMNM He I, Inil CIb: .... 1.
ent. He isn't satisfied with Just r Cull-. C.51.M. tie .._. ii.....d.
@)de(01'ork'! Quart being good. He wants to be the bear Mr Jones: ,."."*.,.Hr..-.,..(..........'a.*nk ... ..C. I:41m

NEW YORK-Johnny best. At the rate he's progressing Thought I would tend you thli picture of one that didn't I MIOULLA DIKII YOUTH UAGU.TI. .

was the Red Sox third Pesky base- he soon will be. So let away I I caught this bus in the Ocala National Forest in .... .*. Orava. 1.1: a.m.OITV .

man in 1948 when Mane Joe 1 can say almost the same Lake Mary. I B.. .fl vt.OOrTOAU.Pwwlll LtAOUO OR JaMl CmN

McCarthy emerged from a re- thing McCarthy said: Any We fished out of the Atlasta Hunt and Fish Club of which N.*.. It ll Onottl'DwMlat 1,511. v.. D..Id'.1'v.". AAO*at*h*W C.l-..

tirement of almost two years manager who can't get along 1[ am a member. The bass is 26 Inches long and weighed 10 "*."
with I Ia CHURCH a .LOWPITCM
and startled the a potential .400 hitter is ... .
baseball pounds. W k.tor 0..tl.t v* rif M Mia crazy. . ....,. IMAM STRING Nell
1 at Oi l i N* ll Lal *rtain D.
world by accepting the post Thanks for your nice editorials. u.. ......... a..U.L Asa, 0.5..
"Yu .... .. ..,,.. .f 14H Sleet
as manager of the and I are all squared .< D.l.1.M M.. tl ..utkCMternrt "" Wait
Fenway Sincerely .. .
AM4mklI. TIN .." Millionaires. It aroused wide- away now after '1earll r (t) John D. Crozier N** *. WOMINS oorroALLMawit.l holds op Hilt string .' U'..okr.

Spread speculation. misunderstanding. It happened 930 W. 7th St, .... ....n.'tI.. II I."" C. ..." he ...,>( while fishing
During hillS in Kansas City last year "" ll "uMi. v*. tunkMm at Jan
seasons with
Yu Lakeland. Fla. c.. N.. 1.KATNLIIN. Clerk r.oL tit.,. wen 14 In
was on first when Frank
the New York Yankees
the II.'" .UUI MINORMI. /
Malzone hit line 1 .. .... the H* sal crickets fro
coldly efficient Mane Joe had a drive to .. Vane YO PNdMwe.
left Dear Mr. Jones ....., WuIMKATNLIIN .
center. Instead of : at bolt emfished cut of Thesit
created a coldly efficient ma. running .. .
01111. MAJOR.J.N
chine that sent pennants roll. halfway down the line Yaz The fish have been biting good in Lake Marlon during the .... ........ Vn.i-I. ale 5.5.. Well
Ing through the assembly ,line stuck his head down and raced past week. Enclosed Is a picture of Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. .. K.MIwo.EllisCurtis.

with awesome proficiency. His around the bases. The fielder Coker of Haines City with some of the 39 big ihellcrackers '
Sommers
was a non-nonsense regime made a shoestring catch and which they caught while fishing our lake with worms for bait. Cop Ferris

and he was such a stickler doubled him up. The next two Also LCDR and Mrs. H. I. Byron of Jacksonville who are '
FeatureBob
for detail that he insisted his men singled. We got three IrvcUr: vacationing in one of our cottages caught several nice stringsof Wrestling Sweep 2 Matches
OFF ..f. Harm '
hits In an SQUARING et10Mpts t*
inning and
Bombers even dress the part. 'What the no runs. meek no O scuttle ....,..* Wilt Ch.mO.rl.lii of the S.. ,,,... fish Including bass speckled perch shellcrackers and Ellis and Don Curtis combined I Estelle Ferris and Lydia Som
hell
At public appearances they were you bre.m. efforts Saturday night at
doing Yaz?' I said cl.c. Warriors' ."J CI,... Uv.ll.rt. (34) of the 8o>to* Comic/ i.M. Ino mers swept through two
looked like Junior executives. to him. Among others who caught many of the big shellcrackers the Lakeland National Guard
'1 thought the ball foyrth peril of their N.H.n.1/ .........11 AiMcUtio layoff matches to win the Draw-Your
They wore jackets. They wore would defeat Duke Ke>
were Jerry Edmonston of Haines City and Harold Holt of Armory to
ties. He swiftly rid himself drop in here' he said game .t felt** eM,.... Utt eight Comins I. to suite It W.,*. muka and Hiro Matsuda the best Partner shuffleboard tournament
Dads City. "You all" come and catch some of the big ones!
of those who didn't fit the ''You should have known fifhtcwar (SS of the W.rriort. Th. tcuHI. broke cut wht th.Hkl.1. Sincerely two-of.three falls in a four-man Friday at the Civic Center -

Yankee Image." better than to risk killing a .. C.IU4 UvolUtt. far f uli.| Ch.mb.rlo The two big tag team match. courts.
William F. (BUI St. Clair The defeated Paul
The Boston operation had rally' 1 said. And I said no pivot .... had weds sod tho scuffling OOUMO\ .*.... was, 124- ) Ellis and Curtis took the first champs
St. Clatr's Lake Marion and Dan Clark 67-
Resort Scagllone 2.
been a bit more on the la Isseifalre more because I knew he was 101. AO Wi..'.....) and last falls to capture the fea
Rt 1, Box 12$. In the finals and eliminated
system under Joe smart enough to have learned hire eventIn .
Cronin the best natured of a valuable lesson Bill Tired; Clyde Ready flames City Fla. other matches Tampa's Nellie Harold and Freda Fort-

men. He used adroitness in "After the game a writer Eddie Graham threw Tom ney 51-31, In the semifinals

handling his prima donnas asked me if I could have fin More Fish Catch ReportsFrom Bradley In two consecutive falls
and the mort temperamentalof ed Yet for his headless base Celtics Win Wilt I and Chief Little Bear was declared -

these was Ted Williams, running. I gave an honest an ; Tim Asher at Lundy's Fish Camp on the north end : the winner when Don

the last of the .401 hitters. swer. Perhaps it was too of Lake Julianna we have three photos. They include: "Jesse I Whittier was disqualified because -

Williams was a law unto honest. I also was to learn a Lott of Auburndale with an 8}{pound bass he landed while Whittler refused to let

himself. Amcng his quirks was valuable lesson from the ex- trolling in Lake Jullanna I his opponent return to the ring.

an ardent distaste for neck. perience. Belts Lovellette "And a photo of Jesse Lott with that ninth tagged bass

ties. He never wore one, but 'Of course I could have he got. And Kenneth Graham of Auburndale with his third

effected expensive open'neck fined him; I said 'but I tagged bass In this year's Schllu contest. . ," Stiebers Capture

sports shirts. Baseball men would not want to take his BOSTON (AP) For San Russell" big Clyde continued ,ro.." to u r.. Shuffle TourneyTom
everywhere were asking the incentive Francisco Coach Alex: Hannum "But I have to. I can't .
sway from him. jump TAMra oat TID55 Wd.wdw atoll fa' IIN I. 514. 11.1
same questions. Would there it looks like a seven-game Ie.riel. P m.| tow tides, I U a.m., I 44 PM-1 Sill 'I"I\ It am.) wU.; rolled
"My innocent answer was like Russell. But I've played t.a..MI mau riMfc Asa ......| MU I.41 .m. and Bethel Steiber
be a head-on clash betweenthe blown up out of all proportion Boston center Bill Russell him 'like that before and if he " J to victory Saturday in the Wom-

strong-willed Ted and the In the newspaper accounts wishes there were no games,knocks me down 10 times I'll Then from Mrs. Hannah at The Bait Well 203 E. Glendale en's Choice shuffleboard at the

strong-willed McCarthy over and the headlines magnifiedit left. And big Clyde Lovellette of still play him like that. we have a whole series of photos which Include: "Claud Civic Center courts.
their contrary views on what still more. Yet mad because the Celtics is just waiting forthe The Slithers trimmed Bernice
got Auerbach explained he was Smoak, Ariana Street caught this string of bass from the s
the well-dressed should bell to for the second
man ring
he thought I had held and Norman Rlngleman 8952,
sore because Wilt was not dis.qualified. Rod and Gun Club area south of Lakeland on shiners. The "
wear? Would it lead to an irreparable him round. TRY
up to public ridicule. for the title. The Rlnglemans
The Boston coach said largest weighed 6% pounds.
break and destroy That's something I'd never Out of these conflicting opinions -the had gained the finals with a 78 KINGEDWARD"
disqualification is mandatory
"Dwight Cutslnger Palencla Place got this 9 pound 7
discipline do. He's a fine boy and noth.Ine rises the fact that the Cel.tici to minus one win over Doris
The shrewd McCarthy when a player tosses a ounce bass from a pit south of Mulberry using a black worm
supplied about him is either meanor now lead two games tonone and Harry Ramer. Earlier the

the answers on the very malicious. He has the intensity in the championshipnal Na- punch. with red tail. Steibers knocked out Eve Spencer OI telling cIgar ._
first day of spring training. and drive a manager has I, Basketball Association Russell said he was "real "Mrs. John Yohn (Well Well!) of Richmond Road holds and Walter Jackson 84-47. Amtrtea'S L.rg'

When he walked into the Red to admire. It was merely a playoffs by virtue of Monday'tired" and that he wishes the the bream and shellcrackers she helped her husband and

Sox dining room for break. misunderstanding that now is night'. 124-101 romp over the series was down to the final Uncle Charlie catch near Pierce. They used worms and

fast, he gave visible indication straightened out. Warrior. Games No. 3 and 4are game or else over completely. crickets I

that ho had broken with Carl Michael Yastrzemskl is on tap in San Francisco on Statistically the only bright "Wayne Edwards got this fine string of bream from High Scratching

the past and that he had left the least of Pesky's problems. Wednesday and Friday nights. light for the Warriors was Tension Pool on crickets. Mike Roddy and Joel Hewett with

his Madison Avenue conceptsof Johnny has made a definite The game's the thing but hamberlaln's 32 points which! the pair of bass they caught from Banana Lake on black eels.

attire back in New York move in the direction of youth Monday night it almost got lost led all scorers. Sam Jones with The largest weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce forCASH9
The new skipper of the Bosox and his in the shuffle or rather the 31 was tops for the Celtics "
prize discovery so far 0. C, Sanchez got this string of five nice bass on shiners
was himself wearing an open- is Tony Conagliaro a 19yearold uffle. and purple worms from Little Lake Bonny.

neck sportshirt outfielder who was play The near free-for-all erupted I "Bonn Musch and Vernie Bensinger of Medina, Ohio, got

"Any manager with .400 who hitter can'tget Iscrazy ing high school ball in Lynn Just after the fourth period Leafs Wings these four bass from Lake Harris on shiners The fish weighed
along a Mass., as recently as two opened with the Celtics holding "
/' said Marse Joe from t to 9 pounds each. .
years ago. He's a big youngster a 31-polnt advantage at 104-73
He and Williams got along with what Pesky calls a To get the family's new Spring; 1
Lovellette fouled Wilt Chamberlain -
beautifully and all the Red "Fenway Park Swing," In his the two exchanged Resume SeriesTORONTO English Bookie Feed Nine Wins 1 outfits' . to get going on the

.II Sox developed a profound respect debut at the Fens Tony prov viewpoints and w ham mol Says Soccer KATHLEEN Cash Fee. home Improvement'project that's .

for his managerial. acu ed the point with a homer over Chamberlain's right shot out (AP-It would not I chalked up a 7-3 victory over, been waiting for good
men the friendly left-field fence. and Lovellette dropped to his Matches 'Fixed'SHEFFIELD I.
, The McCarthy'Incident was' be surprising if Detroit Red I MacAsphalt In the .Kathleen, weather j.'taTpur'
"A few more like him" said nees. : Wings' Coach Sid Abel used his Dixie Boys League game, las'
recalled the other Pesky I
day -
by Johnny with a wistful sigh Players from both benches younger players more frequent- England (AP- night at Winston diarnpwj., yourmonlhlypaymentsInto
the current skipper of the "and we can make a lot of flooded the floor, but just asquickly ly against the Toronto Maple!A Sheffield bookmaker claims Mitchell hurled for the winner one eaiy-fo.handle I
Bostonlans. It '
proper was mischief in this league." appeared the boys Inblue Leafs In tonight's fifth game of that at least two professionalsoccer while Benton hurled for the account When i
to mind a discus
brought sion of rumors by that Carl and order returned to the the Stanley Cup National Hock- matches were fixed each ever you NEED CASH, ire J.
Boston Garden.
Yastrzemskl the American No-Hitter Tops Autwrbach Fumes ey League playoff finals. week last season.Sheffield .. for any worthwhile /

League batting champion was Palmetto League Boston Coach Red Auerbach Abel was criticized for leavingthe detectives are already reaion. . call or stop In to talk It

feuding with him. was fuming and had to bepulled youngsters on the bench investigating allegationsof
over You'Ulne our fast friendly
"If baseball has most of the time Saturday night ,
ever another A no-hItter and one hitter
back to the bench by fixed in the 1962-3 sea losers.IRD ,
the Leafs downed Detroit games confidential service.LOANS ,
.400 hitter, said John topped play in the Palmetto Russell. as Maple
ny, "it will be Yaz. I have to League last night at Palmetto Chamberlain had little to 4-2 to tie the be.toOf-seven son. They are expected to question -

have the same high regardfor field. of the Incident after the gameexcept say, series at >2. bookmaker James Thorpe HOW MUCH CAN YOU USEr

his abilities as McCarthyhad Geohagen hurled the nohitterfor to Imply there had ben '"It is always the same," one about his allegations. Casts. iMonthy r.manb'lf COMMERCIAL
for Williams. This is a Sunbeam as they blanked I due Lovellette. of the critics noted. "When he Thorpe one of the city's big- .
provocation by "I.t
24 Mt. 11 M' 12 Ms.
23-year-old kid with great tal- Polk Federal, .14-0. He also had Lovellette. with a cherry-red gets In trouble he leaves themon gest soccer bookmakers, said to beat-Insurance -

a single double and a home mark on his upper lip ..id.1 the bench. It doesn't do anything Friday night: serviced by thousands 1100 = = I3 i :7 CREDIT

\ Sports Shop run for the winners while Edwards "All of a sudden boom and 1 1as Iw. for their confidence. Bruce "Without fail last season I was of 'ulltlmeII' 200 11.86 UUt 20.14

had a double and two down. I don't know what MacGregor played only half his told of crooked matches on the man. Contact motodayl 800 17.79 21.8. 110.21
for Sunbeam. usual time but still scored one Thursday morning and they all LOANS INC
Wins Opener singles caused it. Maybe he was sore 400 23.48 28.96 40.06 ,
Polk Materials and Citrus tied, about being behind by 30 points. of the goals" went the way I was told they eon IIU9 42.66. 9.85 t

KATHLEEN Dean's Sport 31 with Citrus getting only one But it's no disgrace to bedecked The critic unidentified wa would go."Usually. C"'lll.......0001"DOC"
I Shop routed Publix Markets I hit off David Chaney. He had by a 7-foot-2, 290.pound- quoted In the Toronto Globe and there were two of *.. ...II urn, S UP TO feOO
two singles and Stevens had the' these matches, sometimes Offl.. til.....
13-2. last night as the Kathleen Mail. The Canadian newspaperfollow
other Polk hit. Hillman had er."I' three. RM. urea 2407 S. FLORIDA AVENUE
Pony League opened Its baseball play Wilt a lot closer than hockey assiduously I Thorpe said each of his staff r
Citrus lone safety.J.OM .
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League field. .P.01?...Pdial.... .. .. .. . .. 114 55-14 1"un' Wins Second fixed matches and they refusedto .M. UtmM. kwmcl C.*M) ,...mw. ) Lakeland Phone: MU 6.6166
Mizell and Holes combined to ." and Ci.MNrM eM4NO OOd Belgian accept bets on them. IM Did. IIMM&I" II1iIte ,

toss a 2-hitter for the winners N.LNI ... ., .. .. let ..-. 1 -

Saturday night a pair of ex,C';. Ch.*.y.'tmj.;;, .: 'CHa.ss>no>if, se-I a THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF 'G4
hibition games were played as' Boston Marathon In Row

the Pony League hosted a com

bined baseball-barbecue at Kathleen
field. All monies received BOWLINGNITl I BOSTON (AP-Elnn-llke Aurele Van den Drlessche finding

went to the Pony League fund! Van den Drlessche heads the Boston A.A, Marathon hills

Food was provided by Jimmy' CAP lU .WtV'"t lMt back to Belgium today after "perfect for me," won the 2(- 1 : .'
Musso.Campbell's. CarMfttMt Hwiw ... .' Ji ITa wlnnlnlIIs "easiest ever" marathon :
: Tr.iwnlMlM IS 4* mile 385-yard run from Hopklnton a _
Mustangs downed a. u.L..M..d....... M.""n.. c... and stamping himself as '
Publlx Markets !(.. and Sunbeam '..._... ; :: r- one of the world's top Olympic to downtown Boston Monday -
Bakers edged Dean's <-5, 4' N".. M.M ,wmw 4kil red. TRin"Mw thre.ts. In near-record time of 1 ,Nrliard' -
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in the two exhibition. M.O' Wm>> .M eNPMIIt ..se But seven months ago the 30- 2:19:59.: : showing no signs of

_PYM140'. t..t .*.. .21 141.1 m 1. isMuall L Pr.d..A NreI. mdid.at 114. 0.dw.. I' P.INIMmXOC year-old Belgian was afraid his tiredness.

...... ClI an* Willlami Me : ,. POININ. running career was behind him It was his second straight victory -
e.... L_"__ IS), >*r... l*> .n' t.dl.idw NM Id "
,._. ww.w U&. 1 had 175 shots In H days here and the course recon

c.lGM.Wh:.. ..W ..: ..ha sic 443 ale a-sa a 1LMNaiW. 14 ",1M;...Ice nil aAMtt tw... FraMr; SOSi last September," said "Vandy" holder (2:18-58: last year) vowed
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b..'. .. M1 .0. 1W4II.w" _-. w, Jiffiw fJJUiirs7m .a.. turned serious He pointed to his next year.

MlM" .ICI s.d W.11 M| ...aiM.w .........*. .,. a Itl I.Tl L. i. Luke upper left thigh. "Yes. I'll come back next how OWe it costs
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f WORRY CLINIC / I WONDER WHAT .-.E.v"r,;.N...' ...
Hollywood Hills Alive V THAT SIGN SAYS D

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With 'Sound Of Music' Crime Caused War />


I* ;f By BOB THOMAS [all-Important overseas market.I Among IsraelitesBy -.. } ) JIii LAWNS I I

AP Movie-Television Writer With a rare exception like MOWED /

HOLLYWOOD (AP) The "West Side Story," foreigners George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. K
Westwood Hills are alive with don't seem to cotton to the un-

"The Sound of Music" reality of most musicals. A special ---- gtLLREAuYT

It'. news nowadays whenever problem has been the translation I CASE S-444: Yesterday I Benjamin If the murderers iP 11t I I 1C1
I 1't t
a studio starts a musical, of ,, Ile :
i. especlally songs started telling about the worst were not turned over for pun
one as auspicious as the "We're working on that right sex crime .In all Hebrew history ishment. :: : :: ;: -

final Rodgers-Hammersteln col- now," said Robert Wise, who Is But the tribe of Benjamin ,-.- .- -
laboration, which 20th, Century:producing and directing "The It describes the Levitt 1 refused to surrender the culprits.
Fox is making Fifteen years 1 Sound of Music." whose wife was forcibly taken AHYES IT RONT tOOK LIKE A *- THAT DOES SOUND MV KH9 WILL

ago, a score of tune-films would "We have people In Europe from him by a crowd of sexual So the remaining 11 tribes THERE MUST BE THOUSANDS )THERE WAS A WRECK STACKED, ALL INSIDE THOSE, NETS.'UKC BOXE3 SERIOUS REPORTER MAYBE COfI.tt.OKG IT SHOUPK. BONS IT R1RE5yf3INTERESTING--

be shooting at one time. In 1963 making translations of the monsters. cast lots to see which one OF RIFIE3 IN THAT WRECK THEY WERE PUT THERE
only two were made: "My Fair lyrics into the four ma- When they repeatedly. would attack Benjamin first UNDERWATER CAVES JT HEAR THERE, 1

Lady" and "The Unsinkable jor languages of the foreign saulted her till she died, her and the lot fell to the tribe of YEARS AGO MY 6CU&A6EAR

Molly Brown." market-French, Italian, German husband then took a knife and Judab. -: x

Why the dearth of musicals? and Spanish. I don't think- divided her __. Alas, JudAh was severely defeated ..
The answer seems to lie In the that has ever been done while Into 12 pieces, and 22,000 valiant men LI

,. . .. . .,I a film was still In production. which: were were killed. b 4,
sent to all the
But I feel It is essential So the next day another attack .
I MASONITE II I 12 tribes of
was made, and the Benj-
Broadway Stars Used Israel.
Greatest Name ,In The amites again won, slaughterIng 0M. Lif .
Broadway stars Julie Andrews Bible 18,000 men .r K X11
: HARDBOARDAND and Christopher plum. says: "There
was no such By this time, the avengers
mer are playing the leads
creat-
decided better ask adviceof
they
: PEGBOARD 1 1I ed by Bickel.Mary Martin The and Theodore seen deed from done nor the the Lord. And God Informed -

company them to attack the third
W. Have All Fixtures II leaves soon for locations in :Salzburg day that ,theChIIdreaof day BC. by Johnny hart

Panel That Den Austria. Israel c a m e DR, CRANE But they now decided to employ r

Peg Board That Wise finds It odd that he up out of the land of Egypt some military strategy / I HAVE A A TIIEYRE SAYrNGMY ANY'RiIN650REPULS ibu' e

Utility Room should be making another mu- unto this day: consider of It. instead of brute force / ( 'fbNGuE i.REPULSiVu. A6Gf4A
I I sical. He's more Identified with REPOsyvteTDrJGCE.y ,,,.
take advice and SO THEY ,
speak your sent a picked r
[dramas "Executive
: Suite minds." army by night to hide In the ,.
OXFORDI "Somebody Up There Likes Well the 11 tribes united meadows behind the walled o
[Me," "I Want to Live" But his
with an army of 400,000 picked city of Benjamin. o.. o
other musical was the big one 07Hfy 0d

I QUALITY a aI "West Side Story," which .troops the and entire decided tribe to annihilate of Then from their in main front.army But attacked

earned him an Academy Award. ---- _. ._-- '- on
a given signal It began to j ZIPLETS
510 W.it Main .1 Wise said that he hadn't
seen
withdraw if In
DRIVE-IN as night -
THEATRES
Phon MU 2.2191eeeeeee. "The Sound of Music" when he .

I_ . "I signed to make it, OPEN 6:30-SHOW 7:30 Then the army of Benjamin
rushed after the supposedly I
Tonight'" The NightT.Ge0.T.AMe.i.f fleeing l i attackers, figuring I ,-. .son:= \ .N --

they would start another rout
TOMORROW
But when the
of
2 FIRST RUN NITSI army Benjamin
got away from the city GI'iHl
5AY 5Hf6 AN'USBAND : 5S50MI
| a short distance, those hidden
; ; :' soldiers behind the city rushed STEAIf Rf'LOp : ROOM WORK;'

flhe'BeachParl/ : i | In and set the place on fire

PLUS i LAST NIGHTIAT They also killed every man, =
is bac"> : 7:10 end 11:00
S gang t again woman and child, for the 11 I

The Killers I'Swamp f." i. . but this time the : "SUPE RBLil !" the tribes entire had tribe vowed of to Benjamin.wipe out II I A ll

rly
and Cartoon : party's got MUSCLE! ; Magazine : WELL WHEN the BenjamItes -: - +Tt
looked
.' back and saw the
"Fast Buck : smoke rising above their sacked .
"""" : I1JIl/JII
'iiii
"JSMMC' city,
:: they got scared ..
Duck"LAST JJ! ., ;r So 25,000 of their army of

-- f :"'. 1 11111/ES 25,600 were killed on the field.

: I Those 600 fled into the mountains A ml TW MM tattKMt.hi w M .. .. Il..rlli

ii1 for refuge and hid there. !.... & "",,--- <<._ "' ,_.,...-

| DAY | lit"' .. \. ALBERT PLUS- At t FINNEY 20 OMLVI 'I I, cooled But, after off, they the began avengers to have had 'i" 'Best Man' Engrossing

staR or I regrets at having wiped out I
FRanHnOGS__ I "".. "TOM JONES"LAST
: I almost the entire population
a Movie On U.S. PoliticsBut
OREman's I of their brother tribe of Benj
,
!II i amin.
..... J u.' The
I "We ought not destroy our By BOB THOMAS while admiring his crafts
:.....:... !/t' I 'Mghta d brother," they decided. AP Movl.-Televhlan Writer i' manship, one could quarrel with
I I 12.11 | Hitro or : I But had #
they meanwhile HOLLYWOOD (AP) The
I I If l I NORMAN : : tind Stars his methods. Was it really necessary -
VAJVJ VINCENT I PEAII 2 I . vowed never to let any of their new movies -
.
z FRaNKl : ''MOrnTIi to hinge the nation biggest .
? own daughters of r
marry any "The Best Man" Is
\ ; a winner.
.O..O-N MURRAY ;[,W;' AvalON i i.c : the 600 remaining men of The latest exhibit In the movies' prize on counter-attempts

._.... _::OI DIANA HYLAND ARTISTS 11ft can we procure one of the more successful each side try to nail the other
UNITED
f FUNlceu.o wives for our brethren?" they
lamented.Well iIIOP k 1 The film Is neither grotesquely with personal scandal; a former
1 OPEN 12:45
: AMERICAN : comic, like "Dr. Strangelove '
INTERNATION"'I of the United
president States
E Wt NITI they took a census to By Carroll Righter ," nor melodramatic, like takes In the business.Players .
find If of their part dirty
cities
; IltJfi Ii FIRST ARIA SHOWING any own "Seven Days in May." It deals
had failed to send
SCIE recruits to EiemplaryThe
with politics at a national nominating I-
. AT 7,31 a 11:00: I the battle. Sure enough: nobody convention In
realisticstyle
*, ,. players of "The BestMan"
JAM MASON .N had come from the
.OWN'OWN city
: II : ; of ___.u.u__ using almost documentary perform !in an exemplary
: ; "TORPEDO BAY" : Jabesh-Gilead
Show. At .
So TUESDAY, APRIL 21. 11(4 and camera technique and: actors manner Cliff Robertson, ex-PT .
QIli I they picked 12.000 of their things, work on detailsat
1,1., "': i J ALSO AT t IS ONLY I bravest troops and sent them night. Give yourself a with a high quotient of be-] 109, plays the nastiest candidate

510.710 : : "'COMMANDO'1O.ll to exterminate all the people A GENERAL TENDENCIES: break. Take the charm and lievability.The and hence comes off with top
9:10: of Jabcsh-Gilead, the day when many strange health treatments you need result is almost consistently -!honors. He actually puts life
except
f f.PlTHECOlDR. i unmarried conditions can be In effect to engrossing and should drawextersivelntere.t and sweat into a character Vidal .
girls.
.. LIBRA (September 23 to
11rriTir keep you from realizing big
In this election
/ obviously detested, a snaky
They salvaged 400 girls, but ambitions, but much of a October 22) During day you
: : that still left 200 Benjamites have year senator who soared to fame by
: minor nature can be handled may to listen to casual

FREE :................. ............: -LAST-NIT, I without. wives. More tomorrow with efficiency and dispatch. talk from others, but later get Two Candidates Collide .between proclaiming the an Communists unholy alliance and

ARIES (March 21 to April right down to business Handle The situation Is this: Two high the Mafia.
| TANFASTIC SUN TAN OIL ADULT RNTIRTAINMINTroeraa important affairs at hand.
I 19) You have to get to work powered candidates come Into
To tint 100 Ptneni AHtndmj Tomorrow I Find the information you the convention collision
earnestly today and also be on
.1.11. Wood, slwl 0.0.... ''n Dallas WorkersTo of assistance to a co-worker, want. course. Neither has enough I III I I Ir
'L... wIth IM Pr..r .tr......" SCORPIO (October 23 to
An old friend I Is 007"to if you want to get out of the votes to win a nomination: one
up PI.. .h.wn .t TN: Only Construct red. Later, change your dietso November 21) There is every must knock the other out of the I I .? ,

new tricks at the : WEANS.. ActN ,-,,. that you have more vim chance for you to know whatIs way. They try to do 80, using
r*>ri". "..' in the minds of allies KlNGSWOOD
blows both and
Get professional advice. above below the
I Sneak Preview Saturday "...I.mv .*>t--.rtlne A.ter;; .JFK Memorial friends, if you attend gatherings belt
... TAURUS (April 20 to May
Aw. .
of all kinds.
MIrrn Dw II. State own
r t 20) Giving attention to minute 1 Gore Vidal has adapted his hit
Night . I ".fuo'-- aims. Then harmony is reach.
DALLAS Tex. (AP-Workers, details connected with work stage play and both hU: con-i
I W.th Paul "'.wm.n 'will begin constructing the John you enjoy is wise instead of ed.SAGITTARIUS November struction and dialogue are ad-i
I (
IF. Kennedy Memorial Plaza late just wading your way throughit. 22 to December 21)) There Is mirable. The excitement buIlds'!!
year and will complete it Get all perfected. Then oft an opportunity for you to be all the way to the surprise end-

A5ovc PARK early in 1968, County Judge Lew to evening's recreation. advanced into some Import. Ing and the scenes are peP-I

DOORS 'citIN NOTE United Fund Final Sterrett said Monday. GEMINI (May 21 to June ant Job, provided you do not |cal pered asides with gags and wry politi-l I
Mm Report The park-like plaza will en- 21)) Gettmj property fixed up act very superior. Meet challenge -

and Sneak Preview 8 velop a one.block area less than not only increases Its value of pressure from the
DAILY at p.m. two blocks from where Presi- but gives Inner satisfaction as public. Bepoised.CAPRICORN .

AT invitation dent Kennedy was assassinated well. Be sure to discuss mat. (December 22
Tonight
. by only
12:45 Nov 22. ters with kin. Tell them what to January 20) You can be enlightened
The John F. Kennedy Citizens is on your mind and vice considerably now ,

Memorial Committee of Dallas versa. possibly through letters received -

'! will pay for any statute or MOON CHILDREN (June 22 or new contacts made
STARTS TOMORROW marker placed In the plaza to July 21) Do you know whatit You then advance quickly.

?MOMf OF TMr Sterrett said Is that associates really Study new outlets very thor
BIa ncruau'o want from you? Make it your oughly. Isr

AT THE THEATERS business to find out then bea AQUARIUS (January 21 to

986 I true organizer. Give accountings February 19) The smell things Y Ir

D o DD 49 your personal atten are what count where your
FILMLAND OMIVS IM
D O TCKUV Loy wun! tht Proper air... tion. Be precise. associates are concerned, so be
D O O O D 00 00 d O d 0 O ,.r" and "H"A'O.ov1 TNsaYta LEO (July 22 to August 21) sure to give attention to them.

said the detective's said the hot ered said the princess Tad,,: "I...r., Vl A"a"LAKILAND The reason you have been You can gain your Innermost
says DIIIVI.IN
wife..but not to thief to the cool, with plenty of "ice", who sees everyone it! ,Tod.. Lord ol ht Fli.", .nd "Sit*. having trouble financially is desires by being more agreeable
the detective,. urdir NI' d :und
Marnier'N
cool princess,,, and other things nice. >tn THIATI..* that you have forsaken the with others.
r Tod" BOXY"nn. M THIATIM>n', wit.IMMro,' I dollars to count the pennies. PISCES (February 20 to Ly JI t z7'art

.To'cStriderBMr* '" ** CU*" *"dSILVI I Make plans now to change March 20) You have to be
MOON DRIVI.IN your methods. Then all goes somewhat dramatic today in : .
Tod.*' Commando and 'ciwh,
TorpHlOTMIR .
B., well.VIRGO the handling of partners or j (
-U.I,CITIIIAOBURNDALS C.ut Ncwmu (August 22 to September public If you want success in -
N rothr D" .and. "6*..11 8r'... for ....n 22) During day hours your undertakings. Others 1

AVON Bride"PARK KIIs,.;: Mill Ord.v you had better give attention have elevated consciousness

SARTOW-Outdoor: "'Th, Orftl I.. to -h most important big to bigger things, too.
elm" md Bword ol lh. Conquer _ n _____-
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HAINE8 CITY-Uko H.lnn' Klwln
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LASS 'At"Li1r..B' t tenet .l f IS
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8111RINO 1I..n. 'Chuad" sad At Mormon, choosing your own food
"Tinin Three Chit,mrf" Thurs. Nights

YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE..SO SEE THE PINK PANTHER TWICE! WAUCHULA tint' and -' Clo Bllrllt.for BroktWINTTR Kloln1" CoN adds zest excitement to dining. Selecting CMdiw: wd mteMk
NAVLNRtta On* M4BIWINT'IB .
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half the fun of eating. Seeing, SPECIALfootl
repairs, for all your seasonal expenses.
DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLERS you buy is just one of the happy STEAK NIGHTS
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ROBERT WAGNER CAPUCINE.BRfMMOfSMCf BONDED differences at Morrison's. I/o ,., ......" '1 It

", [:1HE PINK J PANTHER;j] I TERMITE LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY rAd N.11..r,....n.CMnod_...Iw

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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday AprD. 21, nee IS-A
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Dre5 ME 51UPID! 1 t1 iM TILE : WORR'1 ABoQrHIM ::

DEAR ABBY. h .. tlk'RlO') K f.lE. GONG TO REAtEABCRltl n.

II ., Y & HE BURIED THAT BONE I

Whot'l your problem For

gtncrol) reply writ* toAbby. 7B7

Words So* 1365, BcvtrlyHills. 4/21/64
Of Experience Coll., and Includ oMlfaddr j

,
.u4 stomped envelop
'i *. Abby answer .ll 41.i
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rllds e.p.FGa
moll.' -
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Abigail Van Buren
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who DEAR wanted ABBY to move Get her this message to NO NAMES PLEASE wouldn't feel as though she was being torn up by the roots. N A FEW \ AH LOVES HEROK > UtA6NER. TTIEDTO.L4l !. I'LL DO THE JOB) ,WHILEGON'THROUGH,
aging mother from Illinois to Call. She may not be happy there. But she won't' be happy with MINUTES AM A wife, CENT'RALMRK n-lAT'L1.GNE HIM
forma against the old lady' wishes: 1 plead with you don't you. either. You will at least know that she is being well IS GONIJA SHE TELLS ME.' s MINUTES TO uve AFTER HE'S
move your mother to California to be MARRIE /!' ,
near you ao you can cared for. MARRYTIH' 5N00T14
-look after" her. She will disrupt your whole life I know. VETERAN OF A 20-YEAR WAR GAL C)' MUDGIN'S-

It happened to me. My mother made a nervous wreck of me LGVESf

with talk of how abused she was, and how she couldn't wait DEAR ABBYt Why don't people leave their old parents :;.

to die. I should have let her alt In Minnesota with the blizzards alone? Children think they know what U best for their par q C trTHERES

In the winter. She complained la Minnesota but she complains ents. Let me tell you parent know what U best for them :' t

more in California. Leave well enough alone, and don't selves. The worst thing.you can do for in older person Is to IFS

look for trouble trying to please a half-senile mother who move him away from his familiar surroundings. He feels so :=
doesn't know herself
what she wants. friendless, helpless' and lost Maybe the winters ARE cold

VOICE OP EXPERIENCE but if they have survived 71 winters they'can survive a few

more. They might not live quite so long, but they will not
DEAR ABBY! I don't know how much experience you mind. if their last years are happy

have had with aging parents, but I have had plenty, so let "71 AND STILL IN IOWA"

me tell you what I would have told NO NAMES PLEASEto *

do about her elderly mother In Illinois, who was Income CONFIDENTIAL TO R. AND S.I Sidney Smith said: "Mar. cAtN [cTHE'FAR" MAVK VOU EVER SEEN>
potent to bye alone, chased t1OT1aING MORE MOON MAID SAIL ON IN slo F aOMTMe IA VALLEY ONE MILE DEEP?
away all the live-In companions rlage resembles a pair ef shears so Joined thai they'cannotbe wE tAN Datr THE MAGNETIC SPACE cA ANoIS WITH WARM SPRINGS AND
hired to stay with her and refused to move to California to separated often moving In opposite directions yet always d FJITt.I coy PC. 111E D HOT1 WATER FALLS f"

be with her children. I would put her In the best rest homeI punishing aay ne who comes between them Is this your r SIDE, .

could afford In Illinois It Is familiar country and she marriage n 1 IT>i
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LAKELAND LEDGER 1'IC. oar INTaNTl NT THB CIRCUIT COURT OF J

Photographing King Proves Hectic TaskBy MAKE FINAL APPLICATION DISCHAROBtn FOR i INS TBNTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUITOF FOR

Rat Katata of FOLK C .Nl.rl4 IN CHANCBRV
ScrantonWrite.In CHARLE: JOHN"OXI Cam No Pockat H
TOM HUGHES > TO ALL, WHOM IT SLAT PEOPLES HANK OPLAKKLAND >
Ledger ,Staff ,Writer CONC ;aN: a florIda 5

I photographed His : : + Notice la harabjr (l I".. thai J banking Corporation, >
Majesty OJAM fill If A I han m.. my final report aa kiaoutrl Plaintiff )
King Hussein of Jordan, and of the saLts of CHAkLt! "
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[ make the Olympic track team. WASHINGTON (AP) Supporters County HOtf.: RICHARD Judia of A Polk URONSO: Count,. sad DADM COMMlfctiriAL CITY, a BANKOK >)

j It was a hectic, though of Gov. William W. Florida, on the 1Mb day of Apr Corporation Dafandant )
teas for nf tIn f NOTICB OF .AI.$
approval aetna
pleasant Jaunt through Cy. Scranton for the Republican final I dlarharva aa Raaoutrti of ttata ::: Notice I. bareby gIves that, pur.saui .

press Gardens as news photographers presidential nomination have .* 01 CHARLB8 JOIIN8Odacvaaad. to a final 4aor. of fre.
"loairr .nt.,.<1 In lha above .n.tltlrd .
tried to keep up : decided to go all out on a write- ThIs 17th day of blanch 1M4 caua In the Circuit Court
I with the King. in campaign in next weekPennsylvania IRIS JOIINHON kSAT0NRnoettnIx of folk County .Florida I will soil
: of the ..tat. ot the property aituato In Polk Coon
He was quite amiable and presidential primary CHARLES; JOHNSON. ty, Florida, described mat
posed for shots whenever we despite what they call the Daoaaiiad Ba lnnln( at the southwest
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wanted them, but getting the 'high risks" Involved. ;.i..r-.c".i: ,, 15, Townahlp II Koutb,

imposed shots took quit. a lot "We will be badly hurt if u-mi North Ranir to II South Raat, boundary ran tk.no.of

of doing. Scranton gets a small vote or NOTICB UNDER "FICTITIOUNAMB ( & .hI..r..r of State Road *17.

The King's plane was slated If Barry Goldwater polls more LAW theme Northeaat.rly alone
TO WHOM IT MAT CON'BRNtNotlea Ho.tk boundary of Plpt..t.
to reach Bartow Air Base at votes than hiM," said Rep la hereby (Ivan that tundcralsnrd way of State Road #!'. IIjf
1:30 In order Richard S. Schweiker R.Pa. inan pursuant to tOte ""'io- ...t. thano du* South to
: a m., so to get. IArMmb tltlnu* Nama Statute," MaotluIIS' bulls boundary of HKH Of1CU
a good start on him I left tj $itg interview on the strategy of *, 1awa of Florida, will r.r of aactlon IS th.n<.
Lakeland at 8.30: o'clock. the men boosting Scranton for later with the Clark of tha Clr. Wait to point Ooh beginning,
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,rail Court, la and for Polk at public, aala, hlhal and
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president."I upon r toot blddar for caah. at tb* South
No Tag No PU'
of the publication of thla notice Front Door of the Polk County
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say the fictitIous statue to-wlt! Courthoua In Hartow. Florida\
When I reached the airportI _ of It" if the Scranton vote Is RKHKCOA:: A. THOMPaOIf balwaan 1I:11Q AM. and Ito: P.M.

was quickly Informed. as had -. : :; small he continued "but I undar wblih. Wa wa aipaot are to anaacadbualnaaa. aiigna'abualna In I. on 1"4.tile IHh day ,of April, A. If.

other photographers that the would say we would be farther at 1401 Carlora brIne 1. (8UAU P. H. SLOAV, JR.
King's plane would not arrive behind than when we started." the City of Lakfland Florida. I II Cleik Clroult Court
I That tha parties Intaraaladaald tn U- 8.
until about noon. Besides that, On the other hand, Schweike bualnaaa antarprlaa are aa -
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security personnel told thata
me went on. the write-in campaign Co 1) oiJIBBI. JR.at INS TENTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUiT
white tag only issued by w would be productive if Scranton % Inlaraat.REBECCA vr' FLORiDA IN AND paR
Cypress Gardens. had to be I : : U1MBEUID POLK COUNTY, IN CHANCBRYCaaa
polls enough votes to convince : %! Int.r..t.I tin. fM2l rvwk.t SI
displayed before I could take both political analysts and himself I Dated .t takaUnd. Pails County, Par NO. 11
"'orld.prl1 S, 1144. FIRST EDI-HAL SAVINGS )
pictures or get close to the CROWD'S IYI VIIW The' vlaw e C.w" _.n, *..* ..1C MU al J.rd.n end kit party .kava thai airplane at She Bartaw that he has real popular sup U-IM. AND IAAN ASSOCIATION )

king. '......,.*h.' It that ".", ..mate" here by ra* ma. ci ... Alt' less port. NOTICB OF INTCNTION TO OF LAKULAND. )
Corporation Plaintiff >
So I drove over to Cypress rihl ruck4 In arapar plcturc-Uklne' .* lH.. ai Kin* H...- Schweiker Close Friend I MANS APPLICATION FOR
Gardens where I was again FINAL. DltCHAROI ROBFrtT O. DICK and wife )

informed that my own car of us had the distinct feeling Throughout the day we were Schweiker II chairman of the In NORMA Rat t>IRKND tata .f MIAT: >OWB, CAROLYN Jf. PICK IMfandaaU, )>

could not be used in the official that any moment we would informed. "There will be absolutely Scranton for President Club of D'c.aasd NOTICE or SALS

car calvalcade, but I either get sea sick, or fall no pictures of the 7f Pennsylvania, a close friend of'ClWCEKNl TO ALL WHOM IT MAr Coast Ntic.to loa brreby final given decree that of. torI.ctmorl pur..

would have to take the trans Into the drink. King water skiing." LW'i the governor, and the man who' Notice U hereby ,lv.n that I IIIt4 In tho .bo' .o'titlu'd
have filed' my Iaal rvyoit aa KIM. coons I" the CircuIt Court
portatlon provided by Cypress Disaster Strikes At 4 o'clock that order was i appears to coordinate many of utor of the aatata of Nonua Iran of Folk Count?. Florida, 1 will sell
Gardens. changed to( "There will be no the national efforts to win the Maadowa d........, ttat I have th. property situate In Polk Coun.
One photographer really had fllad my patliloa for final dlrharca .- ty, florida. draartbad Mll
As the hours went by, the 'close-up pictures of the King nomination for Scranton.
I an* that J will apply to waiting to move seemed to calamity befall him-"What water skiing" No names will be listed on the the lion. RICHARD A, BUONSONCounty "h'S rte ShADOW LAWN.
and a place to run out of film," T1i1 ballot the Pennsylvania Judia of folk Count Lake Walaa, Florid*, award
get longer longer as each he said as he teetered ,By 4:30: o'clock It was Republican In. Florida, on the Sotk day et Apr r..: ing to plat lharaof raoordad In
photographer, among which precariously ,"take all of the pictures you primary I loll for approval of t". san.. s'io.t Book 4, Sage to. pul.llortoord
over the top edgeof drive launched and for final dlacharsa aa .iaouto of polk County, Florida
and will
were those from Life and Associated want wi supply ;you 11 A write-in was of the aatata of Norma Inane ,

Press checked over the photographers stand on with the press boat" ,, recently Schwelker said, despite -Meadows, dooaaandThla at publlo aala, to th* hlhaat and

their equipment and sat around the boat. We stood In the rear of the doubts expressed by some 17th day cf Starch SIRIDOE5Ea'.otor 1MIFBLTON but bidder for canh. at the South.
CLARENCB front hoof of the folk CountyCourtkooio.
the Garden's offices listening When the boat finally atop'petS boat as the King put on hidaids Scranton supporters of the tatata of In Bartow, Florida,

to Dick Pope Sr. Jok. rocking, we climbed down took a position In the Schweiker said he was lure NORMA IRENE MEADOWS: between 11:00 AM.. and 1:00: PU.
,
DacaaaadN on the "tn day of April, A. P.
back and forth with newsmen. from our positions to the deck water and waited. The press that Scranton'a total will be .1, Toni Watson. Attorii.y I....

He provided tours through and shot pictures from there. boat would pull the King to compared with the 178,000 Pennsylvania t.akriand, Florida brJAL) n. If. KLOAN. JR.

Cypress Gardens to show us We did get a scare because atone his feet and he was close write-In votes receivedby U-55 1 J-154 Clark Circuit Court
THB CIRCUIT COURT OF IMP
where the King would be sta time It looked as if the enough to us that we would Sen. Robert A. Taft In 19S2: TBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O' NOTICB Or SALE '

tioned. daredevil kite skier would not have to use large lensesto and the 1M.OOO write-in votes FLORIDA, IN AND FOR FOL TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
crash into our boat, but he his COUNTY. IN CHANCBRY Vail are baraby notlflad. that
in
get picture. received by John F. Kennedy
;leAST BANK. ho followingmotor vaklela. mo
Race Begins missed, and we breathed The boat jerked, and an of 1960. a o YtIAVINOIt Ion Victoria, Hartal *oA&sw.icaiit .

o'clock the easier the newsmen, straining to get I Plaintiff will b. sold at publlo sail,
Then at 11:43: VI.DORuTIIT. at 10 o'clock on the loih day of
race was on. We hopped into After the water ski show pictures of the King of Jordan SCOFF LAW >f. HEDDON: dora April 1M4. at 1401 H. Florida A".'.

the press car and drove the came the great race. The water skiing, nearly top ASHLAND, Ky.i' -Richard ',nvrly MAN. W.IKJROTHY sCOTT IIAIiPKK M. 5tflQ, [III). Lftkaland Lt. sole will Kla b. applied Tho prowaada fireS. to the of

few miles to Bartow Air Baseto King. along with Pope, and pled from the boat into the Sutton of Ironton, Ohio, recentlywas and wlta, KAKBN ANN HARfUR! pnymant of Ui* costa of ra-taklng

await the arrival of the the Prince and several other water. Jailed at Ashland until he FOniCCUKI'KHCASIO UufcndaniaUORTOAOR .vohli tortn'I.*.and and the aal loot* of of colt publication motor

King officials and state departmentmen The first circle of the lake paid $137.50 In fines for 31 over- NO. 11>K4IS-Hl. of entice of *al. and than to the

Some of the photographers took a guided tour of was made with our cameras time parking tickets. In sendIng I MORTOAOB NOTICB OF FORSCLOSURBTot SUIT IN ..aatlafactlnn the with bahuM Arthuraol dueunll.r
the contract
stayed on the ground, but aev.eralphotographeraand Cypress Gardens by an electric clicking away at the King, the man to jail, the Judge DOROTHY M. HKL>UUN, formerly .. fee r-mma Pattaraon eovar.n .
I boat then another circle was made said the case Involved "the most OROTHV M. OOODMAN. > tile financing of ald motorvanlola.
W. SCOTT HAKPEH
I Any ourtltue will b* paid
climbed on top of trucks to Photographers did not get and the King really enjoyedhis flagrant violation ever to come I III and wits, KARliN ANN 10 you, and you will remain liable

get an elevated shot of the into a boat in front of the King ride He enjoyed it so before this court" HAKHbR K.nldanora': 'Unknown for any balance remaining. unp..Suu4.r
and it was our Job to stay much in fact that he wavedat aid contract.COMMKKCIAL
king as he came down from LEGAL valltllaMaNT Tou DOKOrilV M. HKDDOMforrnarly : : CREDIT
one bridge in front of him. cameramen who were at UoKOTUI M (UOOD COKPURAT10N
the plane. IN TMB CIRCUIT count OrTHB MAN, W. BCDTT HARPER Ill
104 Grand Central Aveau
One of the girls quipped Crowds of persona lined the this time having the time of TINTM JUDICIAL ClftCulOF and ..It.. KAREN!: ANN HARPEl{. Florida.NOTICB .
walkways which made the Job our lives taking as many pictures FLORIDA, IN AND FOR and your unknown apouaaa. and aunknown U.8UT.mp.
before the plane arrived Intaraat
difficult and after as possible.The TOP Of THI HIAP Thai's wh, .r. ahatoaraahart wind. POLK COUNTCHNCtY partla claiming
You know what I'm going to even more sip c... :-III. alTeR liockat 13Faga by> through or aaalnit you, art OC SALE
the first bridge shot, the race water skiing over, thereat "' Man Htty want Hie ."..-.11 .ale ...... The ahatafraiktr a* Hi* No. 101CITlzr.N jaraby notlflad that a Complain: TO WIIUM 1C MAT. CONCEIWi:
when he off that You ...,.b, notified thatth
say gets NATIONAL BANK to forwloaa a certain Mortaait o., are
plane?" We didn't know so was really on. of the activity was private ,I.tte_ rialne shove KIn| Htitatla'a party will k. flna- nlau OP KT PKTERIJUUIIO. a the. followlnc daaorlbad property,, following ", ot.* vehlrlei QMO.

About five of us stayed out and government officials I,. sOaps back far littla, .k..far that, (U4f.tr Phttol .y Tar National Uunklut .AaaoclnU to.wlt' !''id 4 Dleifil Tractor IIUCR4DI HA4AlallU
we asked her-"I'm going to 1'lalntlfC Lot of Jan-rhvl VIII..., will b* wild at public pals
and 11I there ahead of the electric boat as informed newsmen that their Htiah.i) -v_ I Unit *1. Wlntar Jlavan 1"lnr. at lu a.m. o'clock on tie llh daynf
step up say we ran Niter skelter through day was over. FRANK: ALBCRHON a,. sinus Ida, .. Hi-own by Man or flat May, 1184. at LakrUmd lordCompany
King. Baby." She didn't.One the which was laced The suits were drenchedand some of us came away with remembered-a day In whichwe man .to., at (la, thanof. raoorded In the ATtn | LakalHnd, Vlnrlda, 'lb.prncards .
foliage
b.
T>*r ndantNOTICI of the Clark of the Clroult of the aal* will applied -
look.'I
, thing we were not with flowers and pretty girls. our legs felt as If we had pretty good sunburns, but on took pictures of a Kingat OF SALBNetlca Court lit and for Polk County: to the payment of the cant

) Ing for was for the king to just run the cross country: the whole it was a day to be play. la baranr gloss that DU Florida, In flat Book 41, rose of retaking, storing and sate of
get off the plane in a sport Photo Finish I ... .. auant to a flnai daora of tor-: so aid motor vehicle and the cost
' ilnaura antarad In the abova anillltd In'cludlnr apaolflrally but not of publloatloa of SHire of sale
shirt-but he did. While therest One spectator, seeing the eauaa In the Circuit Court by way uf limitation tlia follow and then to tbe eatlnfaotlon of
of sweltered in our nt folk County "'iurtda. 1 will sail lop items of aqulpm.ntl its ....Ian". due under the contract
us After
plight of the photographers Lightning Hits Plane the nrnpartjr situate I,, Polk County 10 allnn Hotwatar Jlaalari with lid) (k hooter .J4 8bakenpear
coats and ties, the youthful said "1 take It this Is one of Florida:, dtacrlbad sat Call SIsaL Ifrlve Lakeland, tlorlda. ooverlnahe
monarch-he's only 28- descended Lot 1 In Blork A of CALDWICLb has hem filed *(.Inat you and $'lnaoclng of isiS motor vs.blots
your busiest days. We had $$TAT55, Auburndala, you irs required to i.rv a oopnf ) Any surplus will b* paid to
from the plane In time enough to say "Yea" and lot-Ida, aa hown by Map or your Anawar or Pluadlnf' to rru'a\.r nu will remain liable
a sport shirt. Lady Bird Sticks To Ground flat lharaof racordad In the tlia Cam plaint on Plaintiff remaining unpaid
run on.With. under sold eontrmit.AHHOCIATKH.
ofrica of the Clark of the Circuit attorney Jamaa P. Hahn 1'. O
On Te The Patio our suits drenched Court In and for Polk hug SI Lakalahd riorlda,, and lila DISCOUNT
County, Florida, In Plat Book .it.. original Answer or S'i.sdi'gin PUlSATION
with sweat, and feeling as if 17, pass II.inaludlnf the offlca of Site ClTk of the Uy: I., K. heeler, Jr.
After posing with Pope the we were just on the cross WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs. Service veterans said it prob- speed limits 45 to 70 on the apaolfleaHy but hot Clroult Court on or ncfor* the Collection Wara..rMl

King was ushered into a car country race, we came to a Lyndon B. Johnson took on a ably will go down in their records turnpikes-would be held firmly by way ef limitation the '01. Kih day of April A 1J. l>*4. H. Kentucky
lowing Ham of aqulpnunti It you fall to du an, a D.iraa Pro Lakdand. Florida
and whisked off with the rest photo finish with the King at nine-hour motorcade ride home as the longest auto trip on the slick-wet roads. Holly: Wall Ueatar, Modal Confamo will ba taken aialnat yo UOKI I

of the official 1 cars Includingthe the end of the boat tour and from Cleveland in heavy rain ever taken by a First Lady. lie White House was darkened public alas for the rallaf. demandud!
: press car, to Cypress Gar photographed him as h.. and and fog Monday night, rather Lyndon Called except for the Presldent'i at boat bidder aali fur" to canto lbs, tIIfh..t and: ComplaintIhla; Notloa trail b. publlaha INS Of TSNTW FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR

his official party left the boat. than try another bad w..th.rl office, when Mrs. Johnson's motorcade front Dour of the folk Cuunt and> oath w..k for four ronaaouIva ., POLK COUNT'/. IN CHANCIRV
En route the President's wife .,
Courtboiiaa 'In Bartair, ITIorlda, b>- waok In tba Utkaland Ladgir
S2721 ookt II
Can Ao
He got there fint and it We had a little time whilea airplane ride. I stopped off for dinner at a Howard : finally pulled into the wan 1100: A.M. and SOil f 41n nawnpaprr.DUNR ,'.I' No. (>
was our job to catch him coming trampoline act and horse She thought ahe'd "enjoy the' where southwest gate at 1:23: a.m. ( the lat day el May, 1IH4 ANU ORDERKD It Bar cAST RtVh.lt aAVINOd )
Johnson's
restaurant I SEAL I'. H. blonds) this lltth day or
( ) 81AIAN. JR. ow
out on the patio for lunch. show were presented to the adventure of driving" after an!she took a few minutes in themansgera Despite the tiring Journey (lark Circuit Court March, A. U, lOel.I DANK, a Corporation Plaintiff >>

Grabbing out equipment, the King, and some of us, Including explosive like lightning discharge office to telephonethe Mrs Johnson took time to thank By Vl"lan A. Ilinrl ). If. SLOAN, JR. _

race was on and all photographers myself, lay on the ground frightened her and passengers White House to talk to her I everyone who had Joined In her U.IU Pepul Clerk a.ll Clark, Circuit Court :iTF.P1IJ1f wit. : c. i.AI\THUI\. SInARTI1UR' >>

ran through the to get shots of the King. We aboard a United Airlines husband. saga and to wave a good night: IN THI CIRCUIT. COURT OF and ( 'MTII A. IIARRUutf Sand

crowds of persons at top not only wanted a good angle, Viscount Monday. i THC TINTs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICB OF INTBNTION TO wife, MARY T, >
There was a private dining OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR MANS APPLICATION FOR UAniilHoN Pafandanti )
speed. Somehow we managedto but also got some rest from The drive back proved to bean room set aside, under advance Lakeland Girl FOLK COUNT'/ IN CHANCBRVCM FINAL DISCHAROB NO TIC I OP SALiNollca

( beat the king to the patio the already three-hour long adventure, too, and Secret where steaks Ho S2717 Imckat H In Rarmata of !' hr hy gIven that, pur.iuant .
I and take had radio Instructions 1'.... No. Mlcmznva iltUTLM T, HriUNQCn: ta a flosS d.er. of fora,
our pictures.We '
tour. were ordered for all In the partyof Wins National NATIONAL BANKor I>,,oaa.alTO loaura ontarad In the alto* *ntlllad >
to thread our way throughthe Next came the run up the 19. ar. puTrRauumj, a ALL WHOM IT MAYONClCKNt cam In Cl's Clroult Courtof

crowd. stand on tables, hill to catch the king as he Later, her borrowed Cadillac Editorial AwardCynthia National Banking AssocIation iisinttrl'a I Notice I. harsh amen that I the folk tirorwrty County altuat Florida la Polls I will Coun.ty suit.

on the wall and get into some watched the aqurmaids per. TodayIn mechanical trouble. - hav flied tha final report an Ad. VlorUU. t.arrlbad mat
awkward positions to shoot the form In the Gardens developed CORBET CRAVKr, at as, a to., mlnlatratnr of the aatata of MVIlLB Tha South 1719 feet of Lot II
Cypress No turnpike motorist ever got Klausner, daughter of Pff.ndant ' ) T. STRiNGER dec..lld; that and the North M II ...t of Lot
king but nevertheless the pool. The King chose to look I speedy service. The car NOTICe OF SALK I lava tiled. tha petition for flnalaohart. 111 ef RcBUbdlvlalon of Lots II
more Mr. and
Leonard
mission was accomplished.After at the show from underwater Mrs. Klausner Notlca la baraby (Ivan that, Bur- ., and that I will apply to to 17 Inolualv of HhamrockHubdlvlalun
an
:
fried was driven right Inside a service -839 Lake Holloway. Is the win nant to a final dotraa of fora- t-a lion. RILHAKU A. BHUNMON, Winter H.n.
a lunch of vantage point and garage and the First Ladydidn' ; ner of the Quill and Scroll Society iuiuri entered In lha ahova and County Judge of folk t'ountylortcln. Horldn aa illume by Map. >r
chicken some of the more photographers had to literally HistoryBy UU cauna In ti's Ircult <'ourtor on the Uth day of May Plat Ih.r.of raaordad III ,'<> aOfflia
$ even get out. Three waiting n.hon.l.w.rd for the best folk County Hurlda, I Mill" ecu tool, for approval i>| th* court and of the Clark of the
daring photographers were climb all over each other to I ,. Jlaclmrga; I : Milt f'uiirt In and for lois
I mechanics swooped down on: editorial run In a high school! It profM-rlv ullimta In I'ulk Coun for final so Adnitl'trot
asked to join the press boat try to get a picture of the I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' found the : Iy tlorltlH, d" illivd IIM: or of the t.UI. ot St 0 it ILk: t'junt) 5'' rids, In Put float
for view of the show which Today is the engine quickly newspaper li',llri :ii. feat soulS uf lhaNM 1' HTHINUC.K<: d' ta>.d, 41 PHVO JJlii'ludhif .
a King watching the show Tuesday April 21 i, pacifically but rbv
fuel filter .
trouble "the wasblocked" cornn- at Ix.t 1TI WAMMCTA 1'hI' 101 h da> of April' |1D4
was to pass in review in frontof the 112th day of 1W4. There are and had new filter Mill Klausner a senior at KARMIt HUBI,rVIHMJV, MRUII./,, VitiMnLb, way cf limitation the Itluwliig .'
a
the King's throne. Orders Changed JM days left In the Lakeland High School and a aa ahown flat thcr*- Admlnlalrator of the Itam of aqulpmant'
year five minutes flat 'IC.o installed In of raooraad OffUa of tIe tat* ofMVRTLB
member of the
Three of us climbed the That over with the King Today'i highlight in history: She thanked the head mechanic Bagpipe staff Clark of the Clroult Court m T. UTRINGf.RUacaaaad: gee Wall Ilaatar
steel ladder about :30 feet to went upstairs to view the rest On this date In ISM, Gen. Sam motorcade moved won on an editorial entitled and for Pouts County, florid trUldalr ()V.IS, ModelTrIgIdaIte
and the on In Book and
Plat SIA U..2.
the top of the boat where we of the pool-aide show and the Houston and his Texans defeated 'Caution, Control, Common SIB ttanoa IoUI'l: run II feat Bnrfac Vail
into the rainy night
sat to take pictures. And race was on again to beat and captured Mexican General Sense" which appeared in the thence Hi fast thanca NOTICB OF FueLIC SALBNOTICM Modal *EHWiaeal
When the First Lady made North .-t, thanoa Riot 54a W HIEKRar GIVEN: ptrbll sail, t* tile kla-hat and
school Jan. 17 17
while the boat bounced op and him to his throne then snoot Santa Anna ea the San her Impromptu decision to take paper on just fart ta tba point af IIflt(liinlnr.LKS0 hy the ndriilnad that on, beat bidder for caah., at tt. outh
dowa on the lake, the three pictures of the ahow. aclnto River near Gah/eston. years after. a similar! editorial AND EXCEPT B a4rlifct Wadnaadar April It 1M4, at 10 front Lioor of the Polk CountyCourtkouao
US-mile drive back to Washington In HanSom, Florida,
the written oy a Bagpipe start mera- at waya.Inoludlnf .'.......k ...it at Chavralat Cantar.
SaistAnna. signed an armistice she tested the Ingenuityof apaalfleajlr but not uburndal. florida folk County. bttwoaa 11:00 A.M. and IM PM.
providing for the withdrawal of bet appeared In the Ledger for by way of limitation the fo|. Florida, publla sale of a IMIravrolat 'on the 1Mb day of April X JA
the Secret Service.It I the purpose of making a public Inwtna; Itama of aqnlpmanti 4-rtnnr, baarln ...rialumbar led.aNAL
Mexican: forces from Texas. : ) n. H. SLOAN, II\
proved ready even down' HaaUr parmanantty InilaUad. IIIJtriotIM, will ha rirld.
Visit appeal for a youth center. Miss .t puhllo sale' to the t. a-haat and for swab to the blfheit bldd.r. Inwotlim Clerk CircuIt Court
I Hussein Planning * to providing pillows and blankets -Klausner In her editorial, was Mat Mddar for cAlh. at the Mouth tbarauf may ba mada mlChevrolet lun

On this date for the long Journey. renewing the plea, this time fora front floor of lha folk County Cotter, A ,brndoic.fr'i'nlda IN IriS CIRCUIT COURT OF "
ourthoiiM In Barlow riorlda, b.. the lilac' nf st'.raso.Date4 THt TaNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
At Texas Oilman's Ranch In 1898, the United States declared 4 Cars Borrowed larger and Improved recreation -t..n 11:VO A.M. and also f.M. !- April S. 1M4. FLORIDA IN AND FOR
; war on Spain.In Four cars already had been center. on the lit day of May, |.I4.HE I liberal ilotnraAcraptanca FOLK COUNTY IN CHANCSRVCa
AW II. H. 8UIA.V .II Corporation No. 1211* Docket U
1J10, American author and borrowed for Mrs. Johnson's Just last week Miss Klausner lark Circuit Court Isle Jlandfiraon lllvd I.... No I4Ta

ZAPATA, Tex. (AP) -Kin, inspected a new sports racing humorist Samuel Clemens day-long visit to Cleveland to won second place In the spot By VivIan A. VurvlaiMputy I Tampa, ICIa. .t..r mvt.it: MAVINU BANK, >
t1.2T
I Hussein I of Jordan was to fly car John Mecom Jr., 24, named Mark Twain-died. speak at a YWCA conventionand news contest at the Florida v'.e0, ClarkIN I IN INS CIRCUIT COURT- OF a corporation Plaintiff )>

, >o deep south Texas today to after him. He also received a In IIU. US. marines and to see a public housing development Scholastic Press Association I Hi CIrtCUlf cot.suoa'' INS TBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CtHI.V.T )
new car from the oil magnate sailors captured the Mexican for the elderly THII TBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR 'ctc'U: A. and wIfe IIMJlli
Houston oilman John W. Me- convention In Orlando. OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OLK COUNT'/, IN CHANCBRYCw U LUvL.a.T; )
corn's ranch near Zapata. Agreement Initialled port of Vera Crux after the Cleveland's entire available Next year she plans to attend OLK COUNT'/, IN CMANCIRYCaaa No mi Imckat lit I' DefcnOaat )
NOTiCE or AiaNotke
; United States 527..t txicktt N.. *7
failed to obtain a force of Secret Service agents No I] Paid
The king will tour Mecom's I Mecom; recently signed a 40- the University of Honda Pita No. Oi: WARD!: N. (IARLICK IIIAKI.EH I* hereby liven.tht'I.: -
\ 21-gun salute as reparation for five of them-joined two White and pursue the study of Jour BAST fUVEIt HAVING BANK ) (- LAKU: OARLJCK i .u ant to a final dear *.
D.OOO-acre spread inspectingthe :year oil exploration concession the arrest of U.S. marines at; House agents to do the drivingand nalism. a Corporation > and 1':1.111:1CI..AIU: ) closure uitnd In the above so.tItled .
multimillionaire's thoroughbred the Plaintiff ) OARL1CK flalnllff, )I uaiu In II e Circuit Court
initially !
...,
agreement covering
amplco. protect the First Lady'sentourage. -u-- of 1-olk County, Florida, I win sill
g and quarter horses. H.Iovernight entire kingdom. He II boat for! In 1141 British battleships EOROR' B KEKKICIA.V and ) IRAU r. MAR11V aid wife ) the property altuat In Polk Cou ,
will also include : wtl. BARBARA r J VBIWHJ: U, MAUTM I ty Florida' .!. ..rtb.d -.'.
stay the king's two-day visit to Texas. bombarded :
the port of Tripoli. Their passengers included KERHIUAN. POCK JO.NEH ) DffandantS ) Lot T <,f till Rapist of a part
a Texas-style barbecue and a The Mecom ranch I* primarily Africa.In rfrs. Johnson White House physician Ohio Outnumbers and wife I/U'INB R. JUNJSJl, IBrrtNADlMJ NOTICE OF SALB i.f hvlB Helnhta, Unit at l,
swim in the ranch pool. rolling rangeland thickly covered ! 1942 the first Kk.il; LE. a > NotIce la licrnbr sionil puruant Aubunidalc, tlirlda a. stows
) .UIr
Travell Public
communique Dr. Janet
widow, at al, Ufm4anU ) to a final foraIII by Map or Hat thereof recorded
1 Security Net In Place with brush, punctuated by waa Issued by Gen. Douglas lousing Administrator Marie Florida In Field NOTICE OF SALBNotlca oiuaure .nt.rM In the atM,. sn In the Office .of the
prickly cactus. The ranch headquarters MacArthur at his Southwest la baraby (Ivan that Pu,. OIled canal In Ihs l.NIlIt Court Clerk of th. Circuit C >urt la
Pacific Mrs.
A has been McGuire Anthony Cele- coast ta a final daoraa of for*. o. Pails County Florida. 1 will aoii and for folk County Florida' ,
t' tight security net is only a few miles headquarters. breeze, wife of the secretary of loaura ...&.r'" In the abora ..- property sltuoto In Potts Cone.It 1ft Plat Book 41, Pass 44.
tt brown up around the huge from the Texas-Mexico border. * welfare the First Lady's Of Educational TV titled eauaa In tha Circuit Courtof FlorIda tlxaorlbad aaIxil ncludlng peoUloally but not byway
ranch 25 miles south of Laredo ; press polk C florida, I will cat! It In Block S of BNOLE- of limitation th* 1011_.
T exn Highway Patrolmen Jen years ago .? A Senate secretary, Elizabeth Carpenter the "nt'l la Pulls COlin. stilE. ....111. a Buhdlvlalon of Inn Itenu of c.ulpmenti
>nd 20 miles north-cf this small of State committee y. / : aa- that part nf tile tMithaaal Hf VIctor ClImes .ihauat Fan
U. S. Department personnel opened hearings In five and
reporters a presidential BOWLING GREEN Ohio "B..k
own Lake Falcon. (III 1MI;; a I, KDOEWOTin the Nwthw.at K. of Sac- preway upae Heater
on Secret Service agents New York city on the effect of hotographer. The start of telecasting operations PARK HUHDIVIHIOM: UNIT lion II, Townihlp Jl FoulS 40 ..1. ElectrIc Hot Water

l The 29-year-old Middle Eastern and Border Patrol units planned crime and horror books on I AU along the route. state police from a classroom building *Inato&. Lak.lnad the ,plat Ylort.ta tr arof, '&aclor., ".. Hana Atlantlo II Raat. roaat, lylnn Lin bctworntra Hall- .ll'aterO K: Mleetrlo. Oven, UodelMl

, monarch Is on a 18-day tourr stringent security measures during -young readers. of Ohio, Pennsylvania andMaryland here has given Ohio the .,.,dAd In flat 11'4J.. Pa,a road and tata Road *.'.. ..- )

the United States. His oficlal the visit.Highway Five years ago Cuban and patrolmen of the lead In number of educational (*. fublk HorUU Krr-urda, of folk I I of lens the W." rl". ai.r.. tb.,*- O'CL-Sill M. HlMtrl: Rang, Model

visit ends Thursday In and border patrol. Prim. Minister Fidel Castro received -District of Columbia neatly syn- ,I television stations at publlt"luity. aala, t,, the hliibaat and "publle .. ., to the hiali.it' med at pubtta: Oslo, ta the hlah.tt I and
,, ;'ew York with the dedication men will be on duty around the a noisy reception upon 'hronized to take turns provld Bowling Green State Univer last blddar for canti at the Mouth bout bhlil.r for each, at lbs South brat bldilar fur: cacti, at the F,->utn
Vool nf the folk Front Door of the Polk
Jxior frvnt floor of the I'olk rountyourtNnj County
f the Jordanian pavilion at the ranch with Secret Service and his arrival In New York City. big lead and back up patrol sity's WBGU-TV, which went on ('nurtJo<>u.. In linrtow, COllnt'l .* In liartow, Hcjrlda,. rourtkauaa In Bartow, Florida,

Grid's Fair but he will stay In State Department personnel in One year ago Soviet Premier -cars. Walkie talkies connected, the air Feb. 10, Is the seventh MtW.... .IIIi A II., and I batwaan II :oe A.... and I'00 f Mh 1I.w.1tt1 OG .\U. Salt t:W p M.tb .
"n the : ""> div >f April, A. l .n nth day of Apr. I A. U' on lot'" day at April. A 1>.
i country until April 20 andict the king's Immediate party Khrushchev hinted at po* all the cars of the motorcade in the Buckeye State. all ultrahigh l* 4HI I'''. ,....
: San i \1.1 i I "I \ m 'oh 1 01. l' II PlC'S', IIII n I .LOAN"
Francisco and Chicago Texas Rangers and the FBI.,sible early retirement ui II Departing at 4:29: p.m., the frequency Florida II sec ,, ) iAJr I ,, '.. l'II' tn.
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1 la houston yesterday Hussein were also working. I speech in Moscow i I agents made it plain that all ;nd with 51*. I .' I: .1 I II ,:.I

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118-04. LAKELAND LEDGER TucMUy April 21. 1144_ RENTALS '* RENTALS

Pii MGJ joe! oil,Mvooel THC POUCBTTXD
BUILDING TRADES TO THE COUNTWf EflRUrWCT / MS iPoOR. rVWTHFUL. BWJWSBLAX 129 Finilihid ApartmentsPSIVATI 130 Fvrniihed HoasosnVO

CLASSIFIED WEEKiflTLBASTTD bARTl-WHY WHV
= ham. Adult
WMflT Mrwnadporch. BEDROOM

ADVERTISING 21 lMfl0 = 1 P TO 68 COUNTRY/. WOULD .INRIC ktdraomkltohia. 01,. N. pel*. 5.loronoa000
bath Conralmt Bo.1 montu permanent ..ld.DI M3
"= Coupl laoS filenolaTWO .
RATES HOOPtNO DEPENDABLE Wer* Ma n.l.bH.b.
.._1.... 100, payment Me- BEDROOMS eemoletelrfurauhed

l<* PMinimum.. Typ* (hiss" Lamber C......,. MO ATTRACTIVE PVRNUIHED: am All Wail .. ..
II Word W. Mats. MU *-3i*|. and to kidrooni oa"m..I. 401 per .... Drlv ..,. SIms .

Minimum Ckarge-$1.0S ALL TYPES _....1101 *r emerelal South FlorIda We8 R C. Dlck'i Realty. loll
Bait ph.n. S-IU3.
roofs repaired or replacedMeCor
OA M
Word Dips Dirt Day* D.,. PORNUIIEO mimI turalihad
'" Roorini and Sheet am beautiful LoIs Morton. 113 221 WIIt: top ...
I." .a140 3'7' : r0 11441 Weil Ollte. MO D"1 Laka Mono Drua Phona MO ..rl. ..' 1. ..

I '20 101 320 00 R ALL TTPKS rooflnt repaired Orruplar.d. 3JIlI. 12J04 Jtiaii ".U. 150. ,0)5.
1.2. 400 .21"
13 .007.
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80-30 4.0 $0 Repair luarantoed N1CB LOCATION. dual and
O. I>....D Roofini Co. M...I3I .P.... OH Uiree bedroom bout. air
CLASSIPIXD SPACE RATES .11..1 Lar. .1 ITO
1331 per aolumB". ;; Adull ..... mad ceaual hcatlai
CLASSIPIID 24 Pi.st.r Steed 30 CannoMALL .. Vary aomforUbl Neil door "
DISPLAY ROTh
Sent
13.90 Per oluma" InchCootracl MODI .po".1 rent F HI.I Bo"o. RaD. l
PLASTERINO PATCHINO ..weelllnte i Smos. ... .e.
RtUtWANT Upos Rososot Alteration and add It..... IA..OD..t.MU CLIAN FOUR room duplei. lire.
87a.
Pre* eetlmatee. UC...... Jeff Tel.eon. porch convenient 151.
QARAOB APARTMENT Pan r 10eUO.

UblltlM WOMO AD DEADLINE ADS MU J-M3S EMPLOYMENT FINANCIAL MERCHANDISE 1 MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE room l..... .canforubla.Ml pau. lavulra goseoniostly 101 .Place adult*. "J-42. .

Oar ...ell... I BUSINESS SERVICE '- Btmt TWO 8mROO. electric kluh.B. .

Monoiy. It-00 A M. sitnrday i 116 Solo POUR . Plorlda . .oflb. wi.,_
Article For Sale-Ml.c. 103 111.
97 A.t.m.bl.,1
53 Help Wanted FemaloSICRCTART 62 Basinets Opportunities .rlt Apilne. CTTAO' day after I, ,
Tu....' 4 30 P M Monday 30 Parlors ilntrla, air conditioned a.o .Iu.

W..n....'. 4,30 P,... Tueeday Btavty CLOTHISUNB POena treallTreduced. IOHT: CJieny mahoianyInlns 1"2 VOL'WAP. .u..ot, 10.. oil ..:a.1 OllVk Bout FlorId and Sunday.COL0L .
"""" 10MI eherlAlnd NEED OPERATOR fay well located S aad I" completelywelded. Pica ault Call MU viw arot a..r A'tnuaROONDPbOOIl. ; 121 0..1.. Dcirbi
"JjO CLARA BIAUTY Silos,..Ompl.tab.5.it General office . oil aompany eervlcetalloa 8 1,8
..... Wednwday dutlec Capableauumlni .t major MU eD4lbISIS for coupl only. Quiet aeliltbor.hood .
IIWESTINOHOU8B
41 with I attraetlfi
re *rm
ysiru.I... hair sirlisu, boOr Small aapltal required *
reiponilbllltlii Paid .
Prldey. 4 30 P ... ThuredaySaturday colortni prmineat Oak Avenue lioalleat Irises beneIt (13-0154 or Bllhla SM-3131.___ noon. MM sad 111 10 pan ADD Olbeon CHEVROLET ...door l .p."onl fn laundry toUllo., .Mer 0000200.OMALI. bu.and itoree. Solon.oareo
1200 Noon Prlday In Ihllll..... Clara Garland MU ; *. 'P'I':; florua Oa Compar, Eboms delivery aoe. Phone .. eiular and froet-free. "trl.ora Air lht ..lndo..1.d.r .r..lf. Grow Tr.U. CI .
I. tRAILER PARR 94 sOs-a 'Ioe. Watford Maaufacturla*. Eaten .., POUR .nd bathLoose
Sunday 430 PM PrOds 3-0(170. 113 BouUi nor We Avenue. ,2u4 acre*. Mw home I trailer. tori. Avallablo arleed from mltelon: Ca .1U alter BI.I. ? moern
DISPLAY AM l/er 1/1 1MM, Ernie .. 130 w. pmPOH Near town coIl "U 0-0133.
000. A R T M
,4 city 3 lA' It '
Monday. II'00 A ... BatvrdayTumHay Ift Lawnmowers t Servko 051510K snd soThnslo.ios BEAUTICIAN.. W r I m8:: own. D.I"Jj.mU: Winter AUCTIONFriday Main St SALB 1964 Chevrolet alaIOB 11* M and $aNT. e, 11.. DUPLEX THRKE roo... and .U.

1J:00 Noon Monday M-291. Lakeland LeOne, "n.n, Pickup paymeBtaPhone 1 water. and lai I.:::. Chlldrmwilcomo. LlaMa and water lurnlihed
W.dn.sds, IlUAIM Olf all maSs Isuomo.Cr. .- WOULD CONSIDER partner fur Nites Only ..on. Ala .. rooms. a month. Corner Lak ..
00 .. ... ".nd., and small ...1.... Pro* eellnttae /mall retail meat More. wltn meat 7.30 P.M. WE BUY .UM. 114 Ext Oak MU 21. "'id ROM MU 13030.COMFORTADLZ. .au
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""" I OOP. MTu...,..yPrlday OB .....Ir.. OaSis Auto WECAN boo, fluturet. MOO New TampaHltiiway 117 Automobiles Wanted POUR ROOMS and bath BarlrAmirlean CLEAN three
Eleclrl, 301 Norm Piorlda AT*. MU 1-0057 alter 130 We boy or ten for roe SELL .
1 00 P. ... WedneidaySaturday : tu.all. Adulta. Bwlmmlnl bedroom Church and
before I 30 m.rDlu. o
12'00 Noon Tbur.di, hen. MU IS301OIOROE CANASSURE p os", JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION TRADE WANT COlON .. .44 .' pool a.SUlb Buoema.EZCEPTIONALLT cloe. Bu at ._. |M ..
AVAILABLE MAY lit. Now modrn Call 0032232.THan .
B LAWN ... .. Jiepsirn. VU "J".
Sunday. I 00 P ... Thursday rotary and reel tree, bladeiiharpened. I Richfield ....... itatloa Pornformatloa CENTER G-O-O-D TIlEI. ROIIS and baSs, .r.u.d Floss : ROOMS and bath All
The Ledger will sol a reiponilbl 121. PAY CASH for pickup truck orear DII.I.d s-lisa.
MU '
for more Uiaa oil Ill Bouthera AveoueSI1344 YOU of a good steady In. phono I 1391 U. B. I* Bail nder. '17 model. Plea** eall MU 1-021. electric kitchen. 131 a ""I.

lncorrct I..*".... ome: if you can devote 4 63> Insurance USED PURNITURB and appllancee USE MU 32104.CASIO N I C B BIWpartmniu 3130".rlu.\L.I.r .1,...." .. ...I..

THE LAKELAND LEDGER 37 Mattrifi Rinoyatin hours a day. Serving Avon upholeUrlni. Bu,. Mil ,. IN a flaeh .ar or pickup ...red. TllephoBI. Air conditioned MU I Ill de- THRU: ROOM or efficiency OIl
SAPS DRIVERS ICC SS to M may tide B AI M Bartala Houeelihwy 53 or older. Call IM-MM. Wild 3.216 "t door. Clean and son,. Ill
TELEPHONE customers. Write P.O. Box Charms Street'at .
MATTRESS RENOVATINO: I- qualify for 110, /' 0,000-'.000 91 Perth at Qlbtonla FRNITUREWARNOCK Bill HowardWANTED I. jrcvaee. 000-2323.

MU 6-1151 dir ....I.*. Ac* Uettreee Com.PBBf. 139S Lakeland or call 682 Liability luuranc. for .. law .. MU 3-4304 : OLD junk eara or new AIR C0001TIONID .ffirlssep. two
'21 a year BR-33 Plllnge for aoIdenU pallo near Hutchlnion NICE ".00. 121 Golden
Phone MU S-M4L 3H7.IEPINDABU poll BALE: one commercial airondltioner .tA.for aeh. Prompt pickup. pr.
FURNITURE .
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Rule North, North Leke
without Insurance. Senior one Sods fountainBO C.I: ... i, M3-I901 0.1 Court*. 4101 North Plorlda |M
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Driven. Anlga Rid with basypa ___ Clark Realty SII-4031
Wills- meat caw W. buy and A"nU
49 nil
Pimps pl.n. Mar-OP smllll A.D. mast anythlni Boulevard it Appliance Exchange : I. two six ROOM. newly decorated aIrconditIoned
ANNOUNCEMENTS i WOMAN ..operi.enrol Trsdlos CASH FOR YOUR CAR LVI1oY CLII .D. or
.13 II.UIII Florida A"DU'. .IIOD'
... permanent adult
939 .
.ET: MONTOOMERY Ward drill VItA lIoUl."or .nd 0611.Or. Wad VlriinlaCLECTROLUX MU 22222 Lakeland .roao.. Zoo DlO 4118.ul
.arpor.
.,. .21 wool. .11 Hit '. ... Available
Mn. 00" 13. .11"
,
our well and loilall your waMrretem 1611-U'I. : (3) stool modelew .od.nlo will .
North 302 E. Memorial Blvd. C..I. April 21 SI3 694.
4 Lilt and FoundPOUND Dp to 39 moBth I* pay K..lu.k $S Mortgages luiranto*, Tak over perenU h' ,.. .. .1. NICB APARTMENT tint lIme
.boo MU '-'103 MIDDLI AOKD while lady to Eleetroluii Corp. MS-IIOI .>l* trla klt hea. .110.. na peti.Adulta. FOR THE dturlmlaattna- two ce-
LADTS wristwatch I arc for child Ow traruporta.I 104 Gas OH FaalROPANE 1501 south Plorlda A'e- Ions I-* room home. Southcld
PHA 1NOER Z1O Ills .... CAR PAYMENTSTOO
n soy, BUILD tell refinance pai. Tabu.r Clark
Realty.
d o.nvuon LskrO.nd store Cs' I I m. to 1 pm.. Monday 'Uol7. SM-4031.
EMPLOYMENTS2 Sod VA morunei. Pint Moth.gals permente |l monthly bil-
Ituburndal I WOodlawn 7-1401 throuili Prld. .10 ..... C.II '
112..071 Corp of Florida SOS S. Plar nee Ml M MU J-34Q7. OAS for cooklBi, beet. TEAtS ROOMS air conditioned' TWO STORY1, .... room a
5 Ptnonol NoticMBUY. :.nl,. .po.UIe.II 4 10 S p is Ida Arc.. MU 13117HORTICULTURE. FOR BALE Handweavlnc loom IM. bat .a. Irrliatlm hUHetrial HIGH? II. bal nlcel furnuibed. lull conditioned tedeccrated .. .
Help Wanted ; .00w harnee foot treadle I Weavei ue*. MI-3MS. Ivy"t 1m- Sub ... Phoae 113-4414 Juil cuuide ulty Imll. Thre*
uP to 31' wide inat.rIal.Sosoh SerIal Service. 1333: Mw PiBdarrli Chevrolet pat off bedraoma. TV. sos 'om. cereentdporch
SELL ied tootoi IUBI and OOKKEEPER% TYPIST Elperl.need I huttLo. frame' eitra recdi and* .. .. Ebbs your lit model ...O. lend FUR ROOMS .1 floor w'lIl SIrius. 1100 a .*.I
iportlni loodi Dial MU I-42M full time, ilv completeetalli I SECRETARY Aloo over $loo worth you home IB on. Pan allord. HiBt Toady r'D"1 Phone MUl3l.
for eiumne" CulbenoB HadwsroTRADU0O weavlni yarn on orldnal enec 312 SOoth Iowa. !
local refarencec. Writ.oi 71 Fertilizer Feed Salt Sod many pattern and 105 Mr. Rueeel 0. THREE ROOM. bM eotUieUardn
... I Inetrvotlonoki Jellr O
STAMPS eichawed orbouiht. '$ ".288. Lakeland lAd. Pcrmaamt poeltlon Shorthand All lot firm orlc* of IMorlda I H BLOCKS from aolleta la lnf Btrewt. 1' betplttlWalklnf .
AlIID... 107 Baal Umi %. >1 Lals Walei. room kitchen wIth dlnini area. dISband t itor MI7DUPLEX.
STUDENTS. TEACHZR: ,and icouraU *
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typlni
M3-M43 1 i = reaulred 40 ROUND PEAT mack Peat indmliM. PAY lash. dlamaada sold bedroom, beta. MU S-OI3
drus.0mm..nt..m'l.1./: .tint.. and .... hour .U Lentil JJOO a Mala cola. old sold plitlaum. Ill.. PENDAVISCHEROLE MU Cal S-loll.
LOIS BLIP Cover hop, IM vlr. An.raS. a hour, KcholaWatkln Pat O'Nool. MU 3-4011. ,lIARS LAWNMOWER |10| Bllvorlan 8.00.5s Jewelry los .1 Plar- o 23.RIDIORATI THRTE lari. eiua
Ch..taDIlO..... IM-B07I Dr. iOn pS..ar' dvd. Product BtJSINESS PROMOTIONS radio-phono comblaatlca Ida107 TWO bedroom alec raetlvcly fnrnuhod cleaarooo'
pence, ....."'r..d.. clip. to'Auitrlaa ..r.. 618.e8JO after 7 PM Hwy. ,3-4 Miles tad CLIAN PHOSPHATE aaad for UO Kwi'1' ***'* Dlc'"'.. eis apartment on .. Near Ooathtat ibopplnt.
eurlami. aiSle, cor- I."D. Alao land and dirt for fill MU South Plorlda Moss. Air eondlttoned .
alcctrl
.1.... rod and laitallatloa. HUB I 0..1.. MU 3071.. d'nll' UMBRXLLA Plumbing SvppllttMontgomery ::10 ...1. iara... Wator at .u four atop. .u".II.. bath.
: rime
lostSour
drod. of ....pl.. to chooi from HEARING AID DEPT. ROUND PEAT 13 cubic yard at Army cote 1-wheel trailer. 190complct WILL PAY. <..11 for clean car orckup forolnls.d. ad.l. Phone MU 5- Only 111 weekly.1.Includlnt sooh.'no .

CHRISTIAN NURSINO home MONTGOMERY WARD HAVE OPENINGSfor ,ard Baiel Peat Company 4255Lsk.liod *. Nle* Hint race eofa, not : Wad 171 o older. MU S- 40I 8593 Bad llihtln lctrlclty. hot

a_, SpKlal attention ileea to Hllle Blvd. SM-I7M a bed .... Combination him GET A GAS WILL EJCCHANOS Impala eon- FIVE 1..8. porchea. large rr4.1 ....,. and ..". chute MU
.he needi of ...11 patient. MU (now Lakiland ," .' experienced obalr. play table. 16 Double eteel HO yertlbl to lit model pickup aiw ,. automatti I-431S
1-1213 elnk and rim, ... HEATER trurk .. difference. MU t-3019
72 Flowers, Stedi, Plant Phone el.o06l1. WARS pay Call 0 r MO .RmhlBI I CONVENIENT 001.lass .
.eml profeulonal sales .cpportuny salesladies Leille OrUiard II. MU S-41M DOWNWI
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AUTO INSURANCE Rid an ac. ONI BIMPUCITT lardea trac- Have Hot Water I. TWO ROO.. .. Quiet gloss.rnurid 1 for .dult. r.. ked.i .
.Id.., no 2 Ineurancrf SubS for cuallfled man or womirW and Losmo OUT. Alter and *naprnon -' tar with plow, list and rulUv Need WE up Junk car. floor all ilectrla water: .... .1001,1 kitchen 401
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"' ..Uii to pay, Call MU II4M" will train Muss b* aet. II. secretary planu, 1100 per 100.hlle tor. Rum .*.... Prlc 1121. In. Yo 1 touch). 'PrI.pick :p. Tonteli tu'.I.II. lummif raid, adult I South Avenue
004 backtround owa car and be they last 1311 Bait 1.0005.CUT nulr* o O. Hamilton Fabric. '- ..R laitaltatMW 'Ins a. MeUl. In*. 013-1117 -
SHIRLEY PLOWER and .11.THREII MICE two bedroom du-
Bobby
bondiblo. Eicellent opportunity Age 20-40( ( mil North of IXTR
11110' 3J.0 Boulll Florida, Corn- Sea Mr Cornell ifter I .pmTuuday ROSES and #1 roe bushes Dad. Carpenter Home. 117 N. : ROOMS and bath a.w ..I. Alao furnlihid thriacottaiar
.1.10 bus .t mliliDor uppIiu.. and Wedneodar, Montomery .n Doctor Huey root itack. Rlik City 111.11..,. MU 04371 MU Kentck 120 Form Implomintt decorated, nlcelr furaleiied .room MO Clark Itoaltr,

frames. m."rl.l. Ward 1031 Call Memo- Apply Personnel Office Roue. 3711 South Plorlda .... USED PLUMBINO future' Toll- dow faa Oft etreet parklni .6 8..03.

BAT CLASS starts Thursday, April vIM Auulonard.MA Maa Brothers Duo. 110-0117. .U. lavatories and ilaki. M each WANED: 005 "tt. Pa, e..lI.C.I C"IHrl.nd. : I BEDROOMS Iaromla.ei..
33 Learn proleulonal way. Shiv.I. I Tubl, no 400 H.D.._ StreetM3 08 PI.nl ft Mutlc.l! Inil 3-20.10. 2"4 BLOCKS from .. .. Two rrMnml porchMld nrollcd South.

I.,'i Plower Hobby Shop. 3340 74 Fruit Trees MODEL all lat ...In. mahln .; .....r.... llvlni room dIalasroom. lorttloaMODERN 0000al 55 snaoal
South Plorlda MU 1-3870 *. Repoioeued Balanc 131 73 II RECEIVED 121 MtbiU HomttrRAILER . ."1110. ccreea porchnd 1,5.0 1333U3,
200 CITRUS treee, pineapple oneour or M monthly Phone MU 3-337 Used piano I-OI2I or TWO bedroom duplciIcely .
CUSTOM. .
.. 54
MADI d. bed- Wanted
City EmploymentBEST Help Mats THEY ,. .
root '. piece ar . ",oD'I. MU I 214 furnlihed, cool new
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preadi and lOpe OPSC5, It.Krn.; ALE OR tBiureaee .ul.1
.roo.o.IImall. MU 1-4730 W, trad On Chevrolet tloned 'A r.1
In your home. Hoop lermi ERMITE AND Post lump truck, 1903 lood condition flnltbM.and fully lutrcntced All . . ... laured. '31 EAST Lima. Bedroom, bath, dlitrlct Adull L. . IM.
control .al.. 0114
..... bonded local and nationaltraneporur dinette. Slobs roam kltehiamrporl .
Call Burni. eM-ltai for pickup or boueetrtller
FOR LESS Ijlll.D. E.>,peri 331.nc*New helpful Auburndal.ru..*. 76 landfcaplag 1'-" .. On. mll ..n.Onejmp .... FULL .aAI Trolls on a new placeCANNONVMUSIC *. Jack.i. 4710 Ni* plentr of .h..... COTAOa. NEAR Kwlk Cblk 141

BUILDING TRADES ..". mi.... On. bvy duty chain al a later dU. Tampa. Hlthwar MU S-M34 CLOSE IN. Mbr Entireupetalri. "o adulta only, Joe MaoRtaltot. -
HARDY SOD CO. holit and 40' On hiavy two ...c.PI. ecreen aluoo. 613-3374
% l/2 TIENTION MEN-W. hive ... duly bout burl r'd) for tank I .OI. MMB-
Veesee,[ nlnie for Beallfcv' Law oraaee CO. ONE ONLY porch, perkint 107 Catt LAKEPRONT FURNISHED b.UII.L.I. .
3 men Einerlenee lOll.ID' work One 300 lajlon ,
Dliklnc elevated
14 Building CarpenteringROOFINO Oradlnt Plantlnt lla M37772TWO sod hlldra*
", furniture and appllaacec will FREE ESTIMATES fisil, tank. 3S03 Broadway Laka.NITH -'I 303 S, PI.-Lakland.I.. .t..to., I p m. wool.days. ..
be helpful For .pertonal Inurvlaw I..d. OPEN NEW FURNISHED apar"ll Cal
WINDOWS aluminum cub 080-1907 I to 10 ... "r. H Qllmorc MTJ S-MM 'RIA 50'xO' lab four moo... and N .10
Oldies, porchei. ripalri. alteraloai POCKET: hearln aid SPECIAL BALI al Baby Orand.Studloe. .. Tanilevood Apply 2KW Tantle-
TRACTOR WORK .
Mowing
208 Arcade : plow.dliclai
Rm. Bldg. PERMANENT JOB for eala. Call Coaaole end Bplnit 2 bedroom :
M months to pa, 1-. 1105. and iradlnt. ._ MU 14121 Monday wood Phone 515-2240.
Contracting Company In.u'" penlni for ouallfled. depend motels Prlday-afteraooni onlyWIMMINO Real a..I... Brown. .04 South
able .person to ate 35. limb ichooltraduau .1.11... la yard aeedlni aad Florida. TWO BEDROOM cloi. IB lowerapartment. EFFICIENCY
,hone MU 1-1353 A. ilmmse.oils. with etroni all around Idle*. .....73.. ..2....,. I POoL. portableLarn $3790R&BMOBILE IU Includti tllltleiwaehlni :,
MO 1-30(1 P Isis.StOOPING slab. ... YAMAHA ORAND piano, ebony COTTAGE
PI. sun
p I a a t equipment mainUnaneo deck. faelliuia. Clark Shall,.
AND csrprnt.riei 53 Help Wanted, Female! backiround Includlni weldtnt 71 Trie SuraoryINSTRUCTION cast 113-1431 BfUr I 00 '' with artlit bench Three yean M.4031.

..rk. TOo a 'ODI..tor. Proc In. Pith mechanl ...>orl.D.* deolrabi. old Lonnell Inc, 100 South Florid HOMES Convenient locatloa 'D- Wet
.ftlon, Call roofer e.o0330NOIH1NG iii 01 00 .. havbs Ocharso... and abil- Lakeland I Loweit Prlrei Avenue. POUR ROOMS saras.aparIment.' Olive Street. Nice lot Light and
Monday IlIr.u.1I Prida,. 1 .AI 725 E.W'm, .1 Sonl.v.rd TREE TRI"MINO. uitru. bud- NO DOWN PAYMENT Screened i. Off elreet park Water .a week.
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Ito to ,1.. la supervIsing Plant000rstion duo. aDd .rd .or' "U 1-4111 Prom 130 to |1M BABY ORAND plena Mahofaayflnl.h. 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. Ini MO ... ItO Weat Belmar foDllled. 0 D'
Holm..
Company, be.' Ovid condition Quality street.NORTHIIDB.
P o. 110. 2437. Lak.I..d. E-Z Monthly Pavmn.nta tens, ltd 101 Cut OcaaosStresS. Lakeland Florida

PART TIME EXPERIENCED SERVICE stAtion molium run n..... .:: '1311 U threa roomi.:Water DUPLEX, rubbish attract, lawn! i McColough.Fraer,

\ tundant Local nfereacei. Re*. 111110 I-plses
Minor Ilologroom

$3.75 PER HOUR work fiuniahed elde t 0moottilr .
meohanl work Apply. Crystal 02 Dancing Music tultoi Ill I 111 Sporting Goods 10 It 10 n 10 WtDES 1 other .01. Parkin

6:00: to 8:00: P. M. Lake shell Lak, Combe Read atCTTiUl Ret I Inn.rprn., 131 SO i'.ij.i .i'.or. HIM APACHE trailer Setthe "O.n ROME III'C .lC '_'. Call 11.2.1. I 40* C Memorial .-".

U too big or too small to Attractive youm lady toy public INSURANCE WORK Starting pay PIANO.plli for TEACHIR private loitrictloa em accent pu-... CN... .0. lull* completeM II but .r.CAMINO, .* any Id.J.lla'a. STORAGE_ .o.,* ,thro H DUPLEX. roomi mod In kath 010islaud.olean.acr.end-ln .

Classified Ads! relation work with aitabllahed ,. Itl 00 per week. W. have Im.medlau Unnire and advanced MU 50550.Wlnifrod Ret 14110 .-..10.. dlnittc .Pborida.. Park al.c. P15.115.Park. D'EE'SMOBILE porch to elore. Reduced I 133 Mobile Homes
be sold In C
lIable Plorlda corporation, No Mil. two married openlnie men tn between Lakclaad..for.. Mri. Oil. tat Woodward ..t . .. .. ... |3| MOood rate to arouad ........ J

Dial MU 61151 for an 24 and need TV. .. .... |4I 112 HOMES OlIn Ill lash Park '30*:
.. Car .... ..r'. Apply. Travc 0. N* experience required ,1 Wanted Mlscellaneeas BIf..I..d t
Niw 3
HP 31
I OWN many houra of Arthur power mower porch .
hiv BEDROOM 'I fur
ad-wrlter and tell her Lodfi. 344 Korth Florida, Tun u w* for a new complete" trainingproinm Contac "jrrirt InitrMtlon that I am BOW .. .. .. . |4. MOood 41 H. Wabash MU SIStlTRAVELLER ONE flrit floor nice ,' 3-31.

day evening, Opm. iharp April Mr. Boiemaa 1S04 mea Lakelind physically uni le to 5... Will Bied ....* and ref is.smatom. CA.a. IR ,. 'D"' . .lIoPPID' : 701W'.I CLIAN "ODEKM fnroioh.d bo_
to sell! MU cotuiei. Good living coa
what want trailer
149 SO .
you 31, 1M4 Hill. Blvd Dally till S p m nil them cheaply. 500-1747. . .' up 1.' lie refrlierator P.u..o. i
,
111.1 furolihed.
loots small paint . 13 91 ullooAIM steno NICE DUPLEX deetrlc kitchen dltione. Utllitla
--- --- lane tock of Plumblni and .water furnUhed 1I1J* Weil Ruhr 110-111 weekly 113.317 '
$>6 Salesmen $4 Schools Hardware. I* AUTOMOTIVE furnace, twin eoechee. Ktrert Phone MU I.20 41CE trailer far .
CharlM Didier. Rout 3. B. IJ. .RIVAT.CLAN .nl
.FLORIDA POLY POAM RUBBER Winter H.".. on Like < TWO bedroom ..r. apart Alo I.r..I. \ ..u
ALESMAN WANTED for horn LAROEIT sod meet OUTLET 116 Autemeblles For Sale off Lyachburf Road 'i merit Cummer ratei : '.
411111.
delivery. ... ".110 Commlieloaplui modera beauty ecneol. Lkelnd Ib..I" 1100, East Park For Bo.t
W* It Any BlielWE :
BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY compiny benefit. hoipltal.liitloa Beauty Coli.... Ill E. fine ItCompletely 1 C' TOP Tr.lle .A. ment ..1 0501310OPP001TI TWO BEDROOM 41110' trailer
lit., remodeled air ooadl- PIlIC. 1007 FR.0.Ubl. A.' landltloa. ei- leautlfal laadartplag Adulumer .
ircup accident and Pi p. SHIYLt.50000.
health Apply a..d..'. Dairy Honed ample parking MO .-..HAIR Por Oo Vied ... ... Nnw 'r'.I.o"n. 3'..VINTRA. _.. Phone M33747. Lower a tools. and PI.da rom, ..". 3001 North PIo.1d. .
AppllanceiCALL ..,
44 Lake Wire Drive CONDITIONING refrltera- .d 1.6.J' afIcy I Grow Trailer City. Aduil. 731 Eaet Oranai .. MU .-111

WI NEtD three people for 111 lion men needed We train you MU 3 2M4 WI PINANCE Yaur credit Is NEW MOON. 10. IM3 model ONE BEDROOM ","o. 113 week
work In PalO and Rithlandi Coun. Writ Commercial Trade. leslitow. .ocd Law .140 d.".. SsasbiaeUn.d Two bedraome ".. '. Jusi like UPPIR TWO ...m.. Private UtIlities turD ... patio .IU

ty who have hid prsnioui.abso 101 00-201. L.tol.Dd IoMllr. Polk Trading Mart Can. MIOMIMU U.". Pay 1100 down termi Pay. .nlpan.nln...A or and MU. 1-1471, Cell Swaleb. Laundry. tolll' .1.

....rl.n.. or arms 10.01 to m.... I '03 POHSCHS lup.r 00. 50.000milos. m.nl of M7IO monthly to re- 130 3outh .und.. .11., MU ..n.

leg tin public. Will eonildir both LIVESTOCK US. HWT 13 SOOT rsdio. Dobbs t... I._. l.bl. credit Will also nest com. MODERN DUPLEX There roome. 'IOAILSO ON prIvate. l Call
FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCI men and womin ..1.. allowancecommluloni 51754.COMIT. trailer for 1100 monthlyPhone eimntrlc I oM monlhir 710North MU 0-7315 at..r. ..
MU .. : 0-2540
bonutei '
paid vitatlon MU
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> II. four lUllon
hMDlUlltatlon. 8 8 Pegs, Cats P.IIBITTY" 9 ..rte& Exchangs eion., stick. redlo a.ind boston.Asarlp LOT. '112 with Ii0001allmr. TWO bedroom duple 134 Meblle Name lets
YOU NEED ITIAppll.ne" and other cmnloyc ... all
WHEN sew, Air conditioned. two rorcort. ''IODIIlI. Neir Soutliiate
interview, pIous call In.uran..1 WILL SWAP loud rider mowerooat For 10. .o.red .by moot Wcmkahop so 11 .pMe. 8201 Carolina
POODLI ahopp. .... ate A-l 1. mlleue a. I SHADY LOTS mod.
'rom -.. 1250 new for la foot fiberlac 5400 raoh. Press r S Owner OKI 3 4CLOSB "utI".r4.
Pereoa with mod canInanoa ...
enloml ,
grooming itudi pup- .JJ.a07. fanibItlo..
I Plumbing Supplies .. o aluminum boat m sad low down Mattmuanonlhe. DOWNTOWN Twa lane ... .
PI. 1313 Kathleen Road Shop hower ind laundry ren.Ul
:58 Work Wanted I3-4S4I,_ Horn. (M-3\MEOI8TERED .DdIUn. 'lon. .1.228. JO I. ... 140 SasOlhlpPDne. 124 Traitors roomi 114 week Utnille. paid trallera. Three .C..., M

FOR PROMPT repaira en refrigerator L R MORIIlS Do-n rou,.... I CHUIUAHUA8 twe I..1 T.cl 233 SoOth Hew York 053-4030. Phone MS-404S

*, .....ID. machine andappllaaeu lumping and Electrical lupplle II I TRACTOR WORK wanted Maw- m.nl' and elder. for eale. Studasreic. 9 I..t Motors, Supplies MUST SILL lltO Ford e"uP loss FORD Tin Track. mine ;FURNISHED APARTMENT foradult P1VE ACRES with well and *ewtle
aall Thrifty City Pre InformatloB and delivery Ins and dlictng New equipment.Quick .. New battery and . 811 lash Munolla Street.
email ehooolit male olfer Mark Poit 1 pansd road Skids and
lra..II. Tradln taak
Service Depittment (M.I1M tool yenUl, .pipe cut and thread.d. ....t... Call far free ..'10 MU A.13MTINY U'. 30 HP Inboard, wood bulliowly Ir... MU B-0220 New Tamp .,. 2UI 121 month. Phone IDESIRASLB tardea *, .
14 hours eervloe. 115-1411. mauc, Fred L P."... MU 0-033 flcberklaued, food condition 11.11" .. I ipac _
ci 1(63 PONTIAC Calallna. Power .
-Appll SorvicedFtFEICPP1.0AWC$8 Mo-434 Lakeland DAL..ATIAN PUPPLd1 nSry pea.sesabI ,. LAKE BONNY Pour Star Mobile
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motor and .
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JUNIOR WEST all Iowa eerv.cc .. MU 3.3110. .1 Tall 'a .....In.. power brakee. automaticRacnbl THREE room 1060fr055
Park Hew lancet uta latakaland
III It U, hors, Home
: aurnlr.E' Bad praying hcuei waihlag Ca" .. Mr Mont*.mry, 1110Tampa RENTALS apartmeBt. Bath iireeeAdulU .
Municipal
.. .... eitlmatei aDd HAys CHIHUAHUA .u.I. for II ", .n.,. Hub a dry
10 I. .n.bl. Free Printing painting Phona MU .U *. usw Hlihway1MO Quiet 111 MortonM34343 .
Window air eouditiunrsorVios If a Sa550s r, MU S-3700 714Creeeent .1.. 1113 W.., O..D...... MU TRADB HP BYlnrude *r .- L. auetrt . eewer.
and Intallitlori : Drive. Lakeland Florida 2.211I11, WI 3 FORD Oalaxle. Hew ear eandltloa 121 BatlMit Places ItnlMO melon ga. baa line* .1 I
'iIaI. aoatrol
Appliance and service, FOR ALL your priatlai needi .11 oI.VI. .I"tn. Power brakee, power eteerItx NEAR WATSON Clinic. 73* Lout new Orcvo Park C
533 AIIIU.ia Btrfft, tea 7837. call MU I-4404. Commercial Pr.... STUDENT MALE dOli... part MALI AKC. ,1I11a .olorbrnl. .. eitru radio, heater. 3J1MO air conditionerII SoIls VUU Adalte MO TJtUltleifurnlehed. ".. Good I..flehlng mad
In. Letterhead Uthoirapblaioncravlni time bookkeeping ....1110.. Call mlnl.turl poodl. C.111l1J 3-la23 for food 10 RP o lariey. Call ,060. MTJ I F.OFFICE Joe Macalue. Realtor. ISO. '1140 North CrreUl .
Ante Repairs Semlce 033-101. a.r.... kctwcea S10nd "... 3034731. S t S. COMET Ranch Wacon Very SQ. I33J74SUMMER. ama.. MU I-741J
TOY poodle, Cham.Ion
I 30 weekday., .000 condition, '89.. Durias FOR RENT!
U' HP eUrter
40
FBEII FRill Preel Bee George I llnei. 3031 South Cryitalak IAT. .Iovi. .**-42.1. or pearly
Servlc. Cenur. 1711 North Plorlda Radiator Sorties LIGHT CARPINTIRINO a. I'isiotlos Drive title S. ta.. ale. IMS Opertatloa nllllo313. IB Tucker Dn. Star Bulldlr.il I.\ta alee R. iloctrte air Ml.. 135 looms ,,Rent

Avenue for that cummer vacation Won by lob or bou. EOI8TERFD: PUPPIES Chlhua waion Ml M93. 1002..II Olde a.JlbJ Like new. 13SOOwile 20'>43'. P... parklnt la t'ODt'' dltioaisl. (round floor. or..rl

cafety Inipectlon oa the ANT TYPO rediBiar lervie. MU 3-UOO' ilia* Ton Poll Trrrler. ( l. up. M .. rear Terran 'In. Ideal wawr paid 113 Bait Oran.LAROB ROOM. .1.... .. kaa.Oeatlemaa .
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.... stout electronic ., II FORD V.,. utomtle. doctor1. stilts .
family with the rlrintni. rerorini rebuilding WANT CARPINTERING work and .dvi. Bailey Berklrr Road An 102 ClothingooY.5 poweriteerlns. .Irl StreetSCREKNED. *r maa sod
coulpment. Our mechanlciIIB burndlie. WO 7-2080. power brakee. radio' and eupply outlet. Central beatln: peed
PoOl Ridlilor Sprite*. MU PaIsObouata.r rpaeonihlpprIvel ,. wile .. MU '-IJ" .
ekpcrtly tike oars of all automotive '.111! p -. i-: neater. Muil cell I37S Caa beicea aid air condiiMnln 1110 ..al PORCH, opulsirs. o I Pt
ripilri Call (1-3333 No loS "0 .mall. 652-1350 HORSES Post Five 5511.4..ompen .c : Monday-Saturday from ly Call T. R Tucker. Jr. erlookini Lake Morton. Summmmrate. NICE LEAN rm. .I to D..
RADIATORS BLOCKS .lenedoa I year old leldlng 1400 quality. 11'I 1.0 for yrar around. N* calldren I.nd. .. ,
Atwntlon ladle. We Ilv. BAHareen CHHIBTIAN MOTHER tacos rhlldren Circle Bar I : it Lakeland Cycle Company. 111 tar, MU S-7171 Cal I1J
Blemp veblole Cycle-Pin method R.- In her home. Fenced yard Ranch County Weit M.morl.l.MUST pete M1-I7I3
palri all .... Ornilert. t>02 Line and a",. 13 LOVELY Jl'URNJIHt room prl.vU -
( ? Lane playroom Reasonable rote.Pious. .. 103 Furniture AppllanciiIEPRIOERATORS. .
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loutS Plorid 2OT SELL 1>6* Plymouth full 107 ALLAMANDA DR1VB-100 M .at.O" .1. ."al .
Ails Seat CaversLlN0.1tt6See.t 01-4110. 19 Livestock :5.0. 315 power .01. tue. Palna, beautiful paaaled Off irs 81.50. Ideal 'o .1 .. ..
W R Bkeaura i-wIre aiue. ftsdio heater whitooidmwall t. 414 INDIANAOne
Complot DOG WALKER-will walk your A B I B Il
C u.er. 007) iMulb.
Radio t TV lire. 00* Larn front afflc sad
RepairIXPEST air .. eu. All 50500.
dog or cat by th* hour 1031 .
Interior LOS .dll. GENTLEMAN
Butomotlv Plorlda. WORKING
TRI STATS ar....... artlflclamlnatlon. See.lerrod.
South ...1,. expertervlc at afflree. Central air
BoulevardFAINTING "
,00 *
Mala MTJ 1-7110 .k. bedroom efficiency apart. .
tan Phona Lomol. modera. furalibedPrivate
... M .
: : I\ADIO IDd TV Conies. per head 3 *. Be* BI for food and appliance VOLKSWAGEN two ipeak.er
1e. ooodltloBod. PI..II *f built laitorai meal, cleaa aDd alrely
privatebitS
AND airpenUr work ervlcea. lu.nllled. entrance
Semen Included. 133- Keltlpator and radio, beaur *ua vteari ..
plus fre molitur proofing, afu *
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Cancrete Pr.. aetlmatee BatldaeUoa M3FIVE. ou Arr050 from SmthiaU ", waur and eewic room rat*. MU
guiranleed RD.
ITcellenl adiuoa. 702Wi'S U
lOur tat .U npaired IB our mod Nora ...1... ss Day TTAppllancec Call SarI Traaeue,
LICENSED CONCRETE eaauaetor -.nisbops S a fair prlci. Brine Cill MU S-49M YEAR old Bare. Gentle 1330 Auauradal a Patureon, 1131 per meath.-CaU R W.SMhardMU with T..onl. ".. Realtor a-1701 CI phoae rn. I. llmel

Drlvewara. floora .Id."."., you, 504 I. ..d o.i 10" or ...11H.d' WILL KEEP children at my home. hot minted. Oood toy children MU 1-8171. I-J113 at I. T..r. SM IMI FURNISHED COTT A 0 L Tw*
tUpe. .tr..... gurbi. pitloe end RadIo and TV. MU .. week or 35c hour fenced yard 1110. MU S-7311 ? .I.. rwomi bath Retired Baa'* 1..I.Qull .
'.Id.... L I. Morr'. ......". 3.1.70. 412 LoD.t.U. ..., to .iwlace. 1(3-3891 'tCVM CLANI. .lIul. r., iliad. aardia flab .

l.h.laod Joey Mower Shop IOHT hcuee 92 Wanted, llveiteck. Pets Oraeifield Blectrli 1131 ClevelaadBelihla 129 FarnUhsd AaartnMa.t i .U. .-*?.

Fences cleantnl and 'lrat'2 hour Blvd,_MU S-II97 NIC* QUIET: luaet home Ml

Screen Repairs lob Elwird : A"TED A ... laIr, oailla any n BARQAINB. Completely rebulll FOR UPPER TWO kedrooma. Ulai I CHOOSE 'YOUR Nol K.I.u... Aveauc. ".
I, MUTUAL. FENCE: Complnr.Loweit Los, COLOIlED QIRL wan\la. bowl. d. ".d. WIll PS, top sash prIsm. end luaraatead S3III an* DESIGNE room, ""II'.. kU.soda eloeeuNar ....IW ..
price*. a* dows parmeat ICRCaNS; REPAIRED. lOMct wlricrecnln .001.5' ..rA. c.n .U 1006110. owerl Dairy. MO 1-0131. 1.a. Inatallattta Always euree .A'ul....74 MU .-

guaranteed W* wont b* under- replaced In wood or PAINTING SPECIAL price on Lk. P kel buy Is sew orue4 A'AI11IN. at NEW EMPLOYERIn 000Ma. BREEZB ronilltloiiedwith
eald Lakeland Industry, MU I- metal mmn. Pick up. ..1".". wood trim lira cement block MERCHANDISE TV at Nit* A Day TV 1330Auaurndaie SOLVING PROBLEMS.Classified PRNI'HJ"- .11 runDln water Mudnorllro

4HI Pree entlmatee (( -tun Work guaranteed. .".3.11 alter. _d. Opus ,O I CO MU 3-IBJt _ _ 1. Oranic
It-Opt.' 002.7540USE
FurBjlturqtRtLka Swimming Pools 5 pm ,..m. MU S-II7I MOTEL .50 today's "Help Wanted"ads.
I A',11. .
COLORED OIRL wads ISP S work IS llcyelis Metercvcle SAVE ads do It quickly two .* f Turn back to Class!.
1 8... furnltur. prl... I .. 4SOO
POOLA CLt AN ED. lepilred. toiomovieasmoi and tronl. Mooas Blehed. Dill .. LEDGER
t I Mtthar Furniture.. Phona Mlmi p a I BI I I. chMBlcalc, tupplleieoulpment . ,. Tuesday sod Wed..od. II HUUMFH AND Yamaha aalee 25 to 50% easily economically.To Tampa BUbwayTHREE fied now for hunre of

I WAtH. 101 fib Mail hour M3-3I3) Bad ....)... Blectrw itartlngodeli. ROOMS eleaa. ulet. .... job ADSOVER
f MU 0-O1M.: .. scoots model (arctock. O order 'em, call MU Ural Meallea kitchen WSS"D
t I lamp" Repairs Lakeland Cycle C ill, 1"11 a
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I FINANCIAL utiiltiee *
roR 10. F. Lang _I.. till CII'SIrueNCl 01
BACOCK'SRe.Blllt f..r.I.II"
; 1 LAMPS REPLACEMENT: ehadee "...., nl.M40. Meet Memorial._113"13M. I -1131 for an ad.writer. Parklnt. CI.ASSIFIID DISPLAY 1 _CLAiFiIO' DiSPLAVr

Lamp parte and repair Imperial. PURNIBHED: OR iinfiralihed prtteu -
Studio. 3001 Bonta Or,.... LCD 62 Business Opportunities 97 Articles Fer Sale-Mist. bath entrance 13700 t*
Bile MT1 0-4(11lawnmawer Upholstering I I -.a..I_ ass 00 monthly Nasolo Aparvkeenta.

CHOICI BUSINESS Bad moms D8ED TVS from SIS *p 0.... U'ln. room suites 04445.CLASSIFIED, ,
Repairs 5AI3OJET: UPKOL8TIRI ...en.IC. Priced u Law M
propertlec Mel Rudy LMLARealMr loteed. we finance Workla .
*. Slip ....... aad dr._. rea- 1137 B. Memorial Blvd. irade-la accipud Admiral ..1.. CLASSIFIeD OISPLAV DISPLAY
LAWNMOWIR RIPAIRINO Saws oaablc I., Pro aetimau pick UPand MU "- 10'. *) ....I.*. MU S-3S7L. Peacock $89.95 and up.
and tool iharpened Buy and nil delivery Phone ...-..40. SOP rv 4M M W....... For ._ ....1551555Is
..0..... BUntiy, 8300 tanler. MU Holllnnworth NosIV.n.tiass sad I
.3140 WANTED TO BUY AUTO GLASS aad door repair, toD''
..lInd.Vml'lCALI .PaTIO Initalled Put free ..Um... VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed
V Painting call Cliff W..... 313 Netta Maw.U .
Polk Furniture
County
A N D lIotloonl&lo 50005.SEAUTIPUL.
FAlNilNfl BPIClAl, A virago is.brlor. manufactured Repaired. clean*.. Liquor license. Department
I 1110 Average eiterler. ...IDIaIl... AIM automobile VCBtlaa .. HAWAOAII prISms 200
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, 1131 Pint .1 lae* won.. Ouaran bllndc Air-LUe, MU I-371 at luet |1.u par Dacroa Acolt. In Mulberry
I lied Reference PBon 113-435 Write Box M-271 print at ... and many
The lavtnii you ..A. will mo,.
other at reduced price Wall_
I after 3 30FAINTING.- Lakeland Lelger. wall carpet *r area muss S t* .pay fat four tune mad trip LUXUll. WAn.IO u

' WASH1NO carpenter LOOK UP your CUM and edged Preeeat iloelaolude .,t...b. _r 5 a Oui I. ,t a.IUM 0.515 CARS
work Inierlor, eitorlor work. PreeUmatei Candy Strip Myle,
I'ri .. reaeonable PI.... III- TEXACO INC 11.11.: .' tocatla Tweed Bad 101 DuPoal TIl-Lo' 'U USCO
1 IleI, MVieil Mr Turman today Cars For Sale ads for ICBM la Auburadal ana *. Cloud ....da.., O C Hlmllto W. S. BADCOCK CORP. TO
Highway II Paid tralalag avail IIIUT la CHOOSE
I FROM
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Pibruw. Dad City Hwy. . Illee .,
, r: I Picture FromisPlcTUoS In this section and be abli, Coo. ,", R. A. RltaheUneM377I1 .. ... north of Inuntilo 4. Mall Bur and Warra *** C.U

amazed the excellent Mulberry. Plo. Soil s.d
FRAMES Beautiful by '
i COnDO MRVICE OU Compaar Mulberry *: '.

"I ' Irons "sod sd.mauldln. ". Cantons" ""and"" values. Don't delay. baa llraitlva ....11Io ctalloa farleaic I a m. I I pm.1. P alt** PROM S.'AND s. P PENDARVISCHEVROLET
until I
raady .
: BB Route M la Aeeorndale
t If 0007 Orl.aa _11,505. 1.3204 Attractive rental pmaneinc available TIIOUSAWSof Opea All Day W.ds.sday .. '" .".5.1.1.1
P.4Id
for cualllled aaireeilv baelaeiemaa Over I aaeociat ttoree cervtni ..o-A.

Avallaal .*.. call Florid W. LAOS CO.
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IF.YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS BOW. 'U-12U. learn Lakeland Ill N*. Aeeoelata Florida Av Stars*. -. ,_ .._ -. 310 No. Florida
ONE 11._ lad tw* 100 1% people every day Badcack Will Treat TB KliBf -5, .W.i I Ae.

church kaadt ...11..1.. Phone that I K's smart businessto 0. I lakeland

BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION ftll-ini advertise In the Qaul! PRESsER. ero.umo UPOIOHT fl-net.005.,. ftutrlonrainr. .1,01,05-I lObs .-'" -

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Alfa WITH HlMhM I* 1'43 CLSAM TWO bedr.1s ......., TAMPA IIOIIWAT41'0010'" OB.oolloat .I UClUPJca taktaBUM. .1 ro* mrrmnatrr ".... will r. TWO bedroom, 1w4.w" BIX aoo.... sot floor* .r llTlntrtam. 153 HeOTel Fer Sale 1S3 Horses For Sale
MB iota. MoaoMMBlo. .lmnl t16.ee. atOM N aetel ue0000oI. kiTMMwl tlBtra. )ohaBroaaaa. 1 -..... Bvrol IMIMUM tnoomo. mil(. Throo ..._ .= Ity N ' 51311001. ornonM Dorch MtildoUf. !
i 1 OS.* BUtOt. ... 1otoIr5 ''11 Ps1.N0. I lit W. Malt .... 4TBB4. Cooh or HOMO r._. aad lorait apoiUBouy two Ph.M M1 I 1. 11:too owriot, Mb j.1137 AOBURNDALI-LOw down par- ROOT FOK .. 1 bodroom CB
I TWO BEDROOM CB ........ Nowdwontod 4101. lartl lot lrt. ..... I* Off 00 ton BooUuid Ovnor Bald III. mont and I7S roonl* Thno bod- 1>* both ? lack rard.
I $ Uafaralsbed Apart 1. Uinmaowt.."- sock ..... Crooai 4._ 100. Bioko .. ofttr Call H4JM1tWQ OWNER SALE! HOME AND ONE room, oa 1l11a 1M ctorKw clots tO M Sr: till'?.
'-Inliod. ISO monib. 1S4 Est01..e Jtdtowar. 4 autoo Nona at tooo 1 cu i-I bedroom CB 50 ACRE $3,650 llood 0.1171.10,1 Colt tt\
wL$ OOOT Awta..bk.1s.d'e Itaoi, coll 'Mo-lrT. Robinson Pines Ml Wood tad waiorl labs tota. Two Monki WMtral C.s! Small down payment
'. flaw to* tolorod p-o- 100 PT. Lakorrmt. 31 ...II.. out ...... "'''eoL It.vO. 4. man. trtat bless la toed ooo.dltion HOMES BY I NO DOWN voTwiont HuhlomHIIK
north llBttH ltd Wo* fin .MALL ROu.a four .1_ OOL of labial OB Lako Holealaoaa.tail Ol. ..ar...... 4 ].l)7tTHHBB 41 parkw ltM4 la M. afI:1 tatted Boar WUuioaehtol Tnno kwtroorn, carport CSIurnIOMd
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Lota MM-4IH AO in ... 1"1 > .lI1IIIIr landrnwodocro
tlOltlii.PoTw4 for OO.
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RI1 _Yo L$ .. M kit' 10... ro tr tool Klo- ........ 4144 d.... ..'! .oa aatoo wltaUd to troM, atuaoUnnhrakt I
rpom..150ub1e5o. afO tOIl lot .. MUST _..... CB
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MODERN TWO koitroom 410..... BH .6.5 troM. 4 Mocki WMof 4505. UUM. sup lario oUtrooo.
flU bath..eked artor 190 ...
r. n..rsr a mroun .,... .. II OOO. mo t wtoolhMmoot. DOWN Built In kitchrn l r Pour
tltchoa appll"" .. o.4 water W._ oa miblaM Bt Call U Oardaor. I. L. Bako or Rod I' 11,000 romind. ,400 $100
". .s9pe 04/4411.fIl1. I.Ww.ult. hnlb.d. MO 33(14ronto. T. .. Twkor. Jr., .......,. $50. Lou 01 nek 0.N,. 1MI .**! BKUROOM h.... ..... IBDldolaad Coll Car TtawM. MD -.. ....1.1.. Cmll T. R hl ell 65 tnonlh oron 1914 Pork Croooou 44)0 Pilot.fllOBO nva..
1 Hl.I TI71 or itep k, 114 H. "' MIlo (it. PI15e. MUHJJ, Onlr _00. Down aorlOBl 3.104inMU41173.ONLY Tutor Jr. iu iu>.. M MO a-nu Man iholeo homn la all loeationi 5544413.CLARSIFaD.
0 CT 471Ooo BEDROOM. O1150TL CryS1h1 ,... Twtkcr u4lu.. ... '100. Drl. br 114 WwtaaMck s .
. .6\ tide-tool dutla Ml loll ..... Qlu. 0aII MV 00751. Y .. ..' ..MoblItb..5.: Uioa toll Mt} a-ait toSFOTLBB4 ConpltUlt ndoeonlod'Moollily OI4PLAV
lot for tbot blf : $400 Down! parnoau ai low ai .Matop _ .
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roc tn 00.3000. NOIDwd fniltsl.ed. ooaaloto- oorport SILL YOU CAR
COTTAOB.
ODLRN TWO SM bedroom dupl. .frlur.bre106b54 3I Auturto, Phono MT4471 v .dMlm. .40145.4 ilroou.1Ak.01605 loko OMOM' W.....PTItaukoMboju PI Bornlnii _,. p led attraotlToIr taratilMd.1 I bedroom brick: and block lad Btllltr Lot to room 11 Ami Modora la Hot 110.56.w1. 40.orum .. T. R. TUCKER, Jr,I TO VS.
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5151. twmr llll Bout $00. NEW ..D''tolrlo ISO MlKlllBMMIHOUM =, 444-4031 multtbath In Winston Iop Hood air WlldorRood REALTOR I Wl PAY TOP PRICES FOR
.5.0-5. Illlcb.. BDTLOIMa .b prlrwl Oalr 4RSOO Low downormoat. ANY CLIAN USED CARS.
. .lp".1." lit 45udL
14615011115 ells, loess off U*. TO MOVB: oai story aualil. Heights (opposite Winston Boor ....... Mo dountooolo
OTUOI arnc Y. .. .. Uoaod tarouklat valor laraiooo Ph..SDol5053010.. noniuillomo. ; 130, roarortod to tuna roHdm grade school). KN-UW. 311 N. MAM An. ladM1d ROSS LAKELAND
. .. ...__ ". -I Ill" CharlM. Adaill.IIOUTH.m. .o. ...k. 0110.. 411 Boil Mala MU 47171rTIA
,.....,..r. ......... M342:13.IVI : .. 'two b.droo.o, Os ACIla w Ill ull.1ob1el 10.....' rOK OOLOMQ OH JJTBrram Ana Pre...? MaaaiwVA I MOTORS INC.ISOOW.MtmttMlrvc.

: ROOUB. .... Bleo II..... I.. 004. .,... Bon Oslo .. R.. a: M54o11TOra. W. WAIT OF wnarm. ia MEL RUDY A, S. MORROW Ant Propwtr Maaoior .
rtrafct Clooo __10_ 'rln.aw ....Iobed. 010 61011$, WillImm.,5001236.LAk1PR0ryr Aim BBDROOU: *. tioe Down $50 PER MONTH I Roalton tMLA I Ph.. MU 2-5111
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it oar 655 aM irocorr. -....-. MV IG.U.TWO psop1p T N01004p TO UTWW.IIB. tMlA rlBALTOKMOHTOAOB DISPLAY
PBA nuurao CLASSIFIED
BRANCH OPTICS .
150.000, 15cr POIt d0. a aa4 1 bed,... framt BMBMO BKOKBH -
63.513 BEDROOM ooiuo *Mb Plor.da wyL 4tttl34VACANT . POD 1UU1.TO IIn KUBUORIAl. that moot bo 0014 immodiatoirHo I 1>9T a Momonal 8I'4, 404 B. Miowrlal Biri.Mt .
COKDIT1OIfm. ...... room ciooo tt Mhool sal bu > 4-7114
m aoortI ,
BoUfrlar
M-41 AHTTHH at tloilac toot. BOotraa. 4Ial 4M-4107 oar Umt
. BOW. olootrla 1lJ....... lino. 4M mouttt At 1147 MoaUoollo LOTS Mlalmmm dowB aonaoitl
. ..,... BO pott. Wo ,are wore. 441-4MI for t... .... rot: mon IB. Por InformotwBaoat
J2H OiorH 114 MABTEUNB. Melees CB $695 EACH! .....d.' torou.a PrUar IM i

ICKNTRAL AW ooadtuonlof and homo. BIOO rord. onlot notion Wt bar. omral 0(41.1 In Kobuooa 151 Inl! Estate CxchasBAVI .., SOUTHGATERUTJCtD
i IhooUat. J4.3J ttrtnt room, twoIMdrooau. .... Clark _"'. lta4011TtAN Plao. All aro MHO MU 2-6116 NEAR COLLEGE!
kitoboa with taltt-iB froo4lM oa CTMOP BUoot. Oltrwoior A1'P\I.A7IIAL.1
ranio BtUltr room VJ! Park H1UCoU 0 03161 TWO wl.1.kxlronra I 5340 Blc CB ,hollM.Cllim and ktlllu.it 4100 down ROOM*4.000 .nllr : BELOW Large three bedroom two
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| D. K. Buttoa. tU-4642, MU $4751.UHPURNIHED. will handle. Col T. R. Twkor.I Will trtdt for on tun Tolu4ot 3 sedr5001. I Bath Modora HomoBuUMn FRANK FOSTER
i I ._ lllILOW1R THOU 6045505ma.oor7 Jr. 1145150MU "- ,,3. tr itop II.tOO. 4I4-M4T tr IM-013J $61.85 PER MONTHTwo rUnit Caraoto BfiroonodPalio bath, separate dining room.I

FLAT lour ........ Mo bo.... 150. AIoG 000bed (W-.314. ...M... totnllo.Momaoliiuotta An.or WILL BXC1UMOB I bedroom *. .. .Pviood lor Immrdlato talo Florida room on deep
t o. eoue5. ,::10. P6oos MU/ .m. Iles tDUtmnt to JoekioiTUlo lorUnlltr bodnom CB komo 113 tOO.
I enlldria BO aota. 12* frouUi "11lOut. : at *510welt ed lot. RO-I1t0.
| apptr. MB Sooth MuoourL 0S716. 5ro0W1M Loklta4ttiooo Cone la Kawu park, Ihad-I Offers You
Pi\ ROOM 11_.. Two "". roBi Con M4ttl (or moll IniludM tano Intonaoo.priaolpol .
. 1139 UBforaliaea' Noses roomi, Plorlda room Out block 70 X 100 mtormotloBTRAO ood ...,... tMt Iowa: JOHNJ.BRENNAN CRYSTAL !
.... Mnr K4iool ud obnrebnNorUlUdo : W5 '01nl 0.61 par....
444-4J74 silo 4 .... t.tD; Clli 1 I. :r : .: Su,476sltorIeh oaltar. .1 LMLA 444-413 Modem three bedroom with

\ 1 ALSO......fABTLT..... Mol lunHihod...., 1to6I.a Bad... ROUSE POR tala or e.... lorot> Choice home site close to, use. 114I-3111. I non Hi4114CUSTOM A M0's Porn .It Hll Oaotlt fenced yard and fall-out FRESH STOCK!

J537 Boot MoBMTlal -'". 444- .d at. Pbono Conor.kTV Conor oa BDrln I Negro tennis court and *far TOUR on*Mult te Orludo* la Lokiloiidhom. Call I shelter near new school and

oin.VMtmMUHKD. 4-4155. Swimming pool. Facing on ....un. ItT. ...D.... t,>O %0 tUZ CONTEMPORARYDESIGN bathing beach.
DVriJU. I kod.roonu. OOI..oRIO: : for _I. lb... _.. Only St.500!
ooiport I Mocki ........., 414 .... Call 1011. 4. MV 0450. N. New York Ave Only IM! btiT Wanted I RO-1188. NEW
I BUILT
...Ib..... *** 531* CaroUaa.tIN4O'11 PIVB BOOM b_ lone ornooodpoiTh. $1500. With real easy terms.
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10 ...-.-. ---P- I m .III., Plorida room. ,
I. Botwon BUOBIII ondMln I larto will ....\t1tM4
W. MODKHN two kodroom ... . in Park ._.. Call 4ia. I LIST YOURPROPERTY I BtatnloM BIOOI kllobia nfrirtrotar utludlm MEL RUDY
tteB, oloouit UtoaoB. 443-U44 tr !431. Inqnlrt 424 Coot Park R. M. Marler All BRICK HOMES bttUt-ln Prlfldom ISIS PRICES !
4IJ-4W1. Unoi.JlltaB. WITH US 1n$. plontr. W .......... ponaotllooro LMLA REALTOR LOWER
THaI ""'..... do.- Gr Son ll... wtmtr room ovnlooarport MORTGAGE BROKER
Mo ......, tonoBod porok. rtseod 1 TI -ShMtT w15532.Uae' NO .... parent aa lot "....u bclok froalBhowB
t bark peed too bath, tub anditallo4 1taII\aroOnen roar k, appt ..". 1327 E. Memorial
IT DOWN! BL U twortr) roUoor. BMAUi 4 ...._. lot Blvd.
ahowar Block from LakiMortOB iMi a Wale at.14S W 5.4011 __. LMLA SO4 .. TooBOOMO 1ft M tw dial 68M10T Smaller Down Payments,
CU1 kTO I-OW4. I ......... FkoBO MTJ t-'in.N TED TOWSON any time
SOMEONE 1(14 BOQm UaoolB. ........ twolodnoma II I < '"| to .. ,.... ..... rtruuL lleallor UI1.4 Longer Termil
broooowor. _.... 401 .) IMPERIAL I .n e. Ns. .....
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lUaltor. 44>1374. laciness :
1111. PLATUU A10nse. PITS reo.... Preptrty W. orr ...0.1.., Mn4 UMIBW 40 TO PICK FROM
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for lolo .IaI. Mot
WANTS 81114 661 s6r. lane 50106. 113 uomrrrub couMtn c I A u 1U1 ...| MOBMrtBl tM417lil .. CONSTRUCTION CO., 529 W. BEACON
..... IIV 1-MSS. Industrial Ion, HUo all orooi. Mil A MUST PONTIAO Orond prl. Vootonr ok*
Rodr. "" ...10.. 1131 B. Momtrlal9I INC. NEAR SOUTHQATE 44 ir wlndovo _t, ._n.. .krlkoo
I and 1 kidn.m bom*, orttblnwolklB4 .4. 444414tINDUBTRIAI Noses For Salt .1u..0 00i whwll and kukh tilt l itMnno.rm .
your nobfle home. ConUct akitaaot of Ward ill .., na. An.6M1I41 I 3 BR 2 BATHS tp rr ta THRU roROou, nMrbrotor rod.o win, oiottnoMiRa. 00
your buyer .ta the OastV (.... Kraft: Pood oocnctmaUIr TBACT O4MBO 14 TWO BIDMOOM boon WillNlwaed TWO BATHB CBNTRAI. AIR Wh.... bl...k ..."' ...
I anf 4 kidritm ..... Boar Aero .'Ib..', Kallrood. 444,Mo. porok XIITB lot H. ... .63.: $21,000 AND BKAT PLOIUDA ROOM $4150
aectk Dial MO fllSlto
tied Crrotal Laka, JobS i. _.... Koalttr. aot144 .Ito oaMdo .lt*. ...000. FktM AND OUT-INS you WANT,
place your Inexpenalre J I ... ... P6ru1 _. P5115 41"- ....IOM. Contral Ifnt aa4 Air OoodlUoeITM AND YOU WOULD STILL UK' '44 OBO .. > BOO" d-DooPMarWtoo.
A) rofriitrator MIIu404.MQ. .TIAIft THAD "" ......... 1111 roar around ....,Oft. Ctooola TO Kfff YOUR TNVBerrMBNTTNDER poets?, .1'I ::::" redIs. h..w, .34
ad axrw.CLAB4IIKO. Farms Grave Ranches _.... .b.D..... taOO tOMuti irommw lehool and Junior ( 114,000 IK A CUOICBLOCATION. shots ..... .no. o.100, Whl" buss,
atm P011R.. o, t ._H7t moouiljIM4M47 klib. ThU Ilkt .... _lout CALL C8 TO Ill 500..15..
I51T 5. 'mAI .,... .....3n. OUTSIDE LIVING room br kitoboa ..... lnini ROtOtCLA44IFI4O. $2898
OBOVB BAMOAM 14 sores BMOtIf room with window.
........ 1 roan OM. Good ISO STAUNTON AVKNUB. Mot car taraio with ptctun sells I.... ..tuitr t- :IV&JIItN08 CALL "IUClttrnIn 41tl Down ..,... tor montl
ha.... North ttktlud. 491000Wo 4oood. <.'9.... Ot, ttmo bodrooau 1 ... I Blttl. C-B Horn; Mwtr" and workohop ..- CIa 41050
DISPLAY REAL ESTATE ..... Alog adlolalni 4\* two kouii FUrMo room tfBtiBloto dooaritod Cloctrlo: BUtoboa. MoCltr IIa maoonrr ootutruotloa and rio. .44 'n Ilw MMh_, 4od>*.. 11-
acria S ,..... ......, Moloolm M4 ..*." MI-1011. Taiw Immtdlata" __'0.. hai knutUul toa (.--. Call to inatta, t 004 101.1-
I Tbomot. llo-TSM Plot Modiwra.Roalior IIIW TWO ..,... 15001. ...., Call U for tell tor. Onlr (70000 ... RO-1U7. $1998
1144 Au..". Lets Far Sal 4441711laka for IIIm.dl.1I 450515605. 1100 dots. ftOoU. Bwwn 441.14 to, xoKtl
4144
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BLAND! In-III. Bono toml.Ioon4 0.150 at ..kl wooded Lsd, .5m. Window foil till bolo.1 KEN HARRIS
I HI ,. Ho. I.... 444 par __. Hlihwar '....11... 1110r6WbeeIUoa 14,0.0 tlooro wirotBod torakPrlcod SETH McKEEL '
1140 ... ntu. roach r...* and 1o be ."....,.14'". P600.MO tt it.O. 4 4W a Rtaltor Bx""hanror LMLA LILT 63s
I onoi foand. Corral Sad madia 1-1312. joBia aftor B low don ..,..... Realtor 1904 B. Plorlda An 32' 5. FLORIDA Aft .4163
,1.61w.. l<4 POT a<*a, 44 acni COD ko .000 dally it Sue AemPor 111 t Lemon ... 5.3191CLASSIFIED tl pass rALCON 4.Boor Bodo*. Atmotio '".
USED TRUCKS emit 44MO tl>04 ...... M4 aom. Irformottoa eaU imr Mar4io MU 1-4 111 ond ". *?. A ono ownwr low maoo ,..
'44 hood ot oottlo only "0._ I 30 A GROVE CT 4-1JU tr DID Wlalon MOW oar 'r.....
TRACTORS 1._ anno. tour miles tram Cr- :M Ae... boarlBi. 10 Arroo la 14 CT VI413.BAHQAIN.: D..L" DISPLAYPublic.Auction $1498
AND proM Oardoai, D a. bitbwar nan All oa oowr. Oood eroo MIValnula ATTRACTIVB two
'1 4 rNTIBMATIOMAU. V .115 '(r--.L.DII.47M por ocro. Bot I trap use wiu inn 94Aoroo bedroom CB .lone Florida room, I IM4 lows ION ao. -.'"
wit.. 401 _._ BtroloMair B. L. OardaorDlokt Inpnrod pattBn ho MIUMO Ulltr, ...In. window till taut Flexible
BoMitMd. BooolKKloo ". IOU Kail MalB.PboBt oiulpnrat ikod: IrrHo. Uuulatoo. biroh ....ID.1o. aoarHbool ti COBVAIH rot" with outomotia, rado. >
dl I- MO 44111.PABTDB.B lea woll. 113,_. Obi, 411 4OO ttarn Ill ........... PondanoM. kootor, wblta Mno. Rod fin**. A
44 fOBB eoanolloa Vaa.Cioo down. JOHN MTrCHBU BalMr. BO oitr, ton Woodor
and roody M oo. LAND 404 Bono 9404 I. riorlda An. 4414114 trU44O tot Bolihbortood Woal ntlro- Space $1598
ioduootT to .. . ...tloVtrABMALt. .. aoa 455.. tuibor oomtoloond. -
I. 4. awl. b_.. .,.100. Tore BHihMtaBt tJtt Down 414 44 por tnonttl
Mont City Oalr4I4O
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for look la onltri1 '
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fortilloom Undomd por ..- r.... 54 down. .......11I. two tlooki out Coo mooVa or traditional furnlihlnit .41 RAMBLCM "tat" w...... AutofnotlrVdl .
'M. turn P... .61/s{ Boa It. L. Oardacr, a Loll tr LAm PLACID jf Wabaitt ta Bkrllnt Ae.. AIM hm for *. soon and I.. ". wo'.o had It too loot ot
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only Mk.. Uu M Dloka Moaltr I floor plu oompllmonu" sub.. 1204 West Street hOt
,lOll art ...1.. phono 4444133riVB kids for bulldiat. lot or truck. L.... oak ahadod. bIn ""1m.... Ruby $1898 I
;Pt 7041 0105: IN7s.LA10NA1. 31 LOIN 470 VaUaeto.. ..1,.,", Owntr, 4B4IHIRBABONABLB Park wlUi solidly ooiutrnetodhomo
CUU CA.:Tt : ACrlB ,...... Mi ..... 414moata. 114 Plnoapnlo. ...,..... Ill : OWMKR. Low oonilitlni of I.... llvlni 4144 Blown 44T,M .' monthtt
..... 1. .. ... 'D.G Uol Nod, Rwltar IM7 Marih OP .."' .... 411 Tal... dots ..,...... Thtot kodraomttwo room lorwial dlnlnl room, I ownmodlotti (Ctrair .f Cantral)
t AWN ..... 0/5015 m. Momorlal Bl.d. MO 44147lOROTB oil. lo/fl old. Prlol 414 000 tea katbt lario PMrMOIlls podroomo kitoboa with B1IWCUBY Motoor V.t 4-Door Bodax.
...c'o.. 'III .AM. .H060..0_ Cell A"IIC. I'' LAND tO toroo pln with ..... .... II. Call ftmPowon I tar ...... brVk.. Oao Mm61W" 1051 ua4 I er5050 The middlo tilt. with automatic rod Mh45w
.u I-4U' M 655005lmINs. laad ..... BoaatlfBl bilk land. with T. .. ,..Il... it.oallor P50r aid ..... KO l-4.34 or poron.. PLUS i room and batb _.
I ... OMtloB lakoloB tint Sod "" .....tl n. IIV a-tMi moot oottait Will for oldorUtfrtB $1798
!I... ...... 43M por ton Tmu MOOT SILL Tbroo kodroom CBaoioo "' or Ia4awol. Win proud Sale April 27th 10 A.M. 4144 Down MTU ao> _tit
at. towa BOI B. L. Oardaor 410.WA air aoadlUomr.loadicapod. aI too MOdblt PTIM ..4 tui- ,
Moray awe i R. O. 1.65 Ply tt. Loto at Win takt 111114lorttaro. Unt otBdtuoa. KO-1144.,
tt these frogs Dick. Koaltr. Mil Ba*%. Mate, U30 PER ACRE dtsjanTHRIB '

1 iPhooio 4I441H.CtlMBKB 117 Aoroo la ....., M. tent .a- BKDROOM CB llfiO down MORROW Gelafor tfce klS M_t Are .....r... frame 62
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QVIUIANJNTERNAnONAL : MANOR lorn HardlB tand. 101 acroi I.. roan old ... .... $-. Ml M Bonth 11tt .
,Oomkot .-. WtDI. Oltf wolor -. Hifhwar fronlMo Imiatloa, roodbloom 1103 MortA Wibrtor *", Ml -135 A30e herne, well cenilrvctti. On a "rWell' l CNfVMOLfT, oowor IWMIO window d*Door, POSIT MardtOB.foctor >tow.no .
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i Lorn aod lor olootrloltr...b. aU-4173 414(4 P. 0.tormii 44JCBO1CB ,BTIM plui I1IOOO4 313 acrto 14*of .oitralaad. .... 1-4610. e. Tna. ft. M\I' NIITI shaded corner let, In a flue mlghberheed.6e . . trakoo* rodo, Kootor. Moor now.

TRUCK & TRACTOR I '''' "I"'U BOOOINO, boblod SIlO alto. C1oS.Oaf 10'ICLA4tiriBD NO.. II....ruckir.CaU 41m Jr. here Muter .MV.111IT. .banoiB POItBCUMWO IB ...r IKPOOB Lak. .lan4 S trooi B B D flaenclag ready( sot up. Drive by a4 0.... $1998 Ml 40 tor montH
I Mel Rwir lualwr IM1 & MoorUl 41tl
'2111 Pt4. City HWT.Plea. 1.1564. ..... Call IIU 5- ""'71. Bird. 4M-4IOV, I tee this property before tale date. Per NNther

MU 2-4117 loe' MU 5-3010. THan BEDBOO1U tS ....... 57N::1.I"Was 114N t.II Wwd5e110411.
1...LAy KEEP YOURSERVICE
147 Interne rreperty Florida room alt "DeI_. Information phone Avctleneer 6S6-ODT.
(_.>4 ,I54. Koal banal !. a $2198
TWO DOPLBZCa rtoor aparvmoate reP dwlroWo looaMoB, CaD *MM1 llll Down H4." pormnlhOMIM
) kltakooi tDralobaa.. Airoondltloiiod. or 45.4504IOUTIIHIDI

.. PT.BuoUoBl... 4490831letrnONTAOE. ntnrt.) oalawtaiut. MBW tuuido ou>. MENBUSY Auction Means ActionDeposit '11 N.V with.O.r.". W'uN...,1 G"... I"..-..1.'
1$:.. bodrooai that will tots. doitar. wnlteo{ Oo..uN
PUBLIC AUCTION two ........ In Iwla ...... Walkluf tUrtanwibopvlnf !
InoimrUl aoalnt ..... ltedLoabr. .... on4 II .......* ooboolAorooi .$1598
fcoaltar, 714 HorU ..... itrorl from MUUIWMI 1114 Down Ml.(4 pormmlh
ail-4J41DUPLEX.. Junior III.'". Wilt WUUUor itroot 20% On Sal Day
218 WEST HULL STREET off Brata UAMIB AmiBO llodtU 41 OLOIMOPIL4 ..!!.. 4.Door. H.0 ,0otorv -
CB. too ... ft. slob .odor ooBitraotloB Pull In/onaa- OPEN HOUSE I air. .....bio ......., rodio, ...-. 4
oldo, food loeauoa. will sure tics oaU silo 4 ... 4.....lO Mall now :"....-
_...... Ownor 4(41104HOMaVIMOOMB with a dally (d ia "Buat- 26th 1i30 to 6:00 P.M.
Sole April, 25th. ,10:00 A.M. Proportr for MI..r THRU BEDROOM CB'llko B.w.MCBor April i $1998

owaor.. lit .. Ttna. Anaw 0o..50 boa1. MBdltUIBlOlPHA ceil Service D'reefor7" 41(4 B.wa 4Ti 44 por month
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Widow 10104 MrOH ]-
sill! far the ISIS bldbeavtlhl. small "1Ir.. Pin room and room two komt bodreoma.wttt Alot Plor two.. ,,113" In OaiilflaxL CaD today COL. JOS. F. SEDMERA llonX 41 CONS. aut.m.1l1.4.5...U Tudor M_.tiooter... Air, wh oo.to i.

(oar room aportmonte aad ....- BAUi kr ..DI'. Two k.4room j i ...... t.ntod wmdih'old! ooot (.. kuotot
newt ,,".... Ceailitlm el ) reams, with a Mo ....... Oood Pint P dralRatlat CB, Buowwcrr BUI Sub for a helpful ad writer. -..
for flBoaolai. Cant4374 tilt Buawbtrrr Lono Lot lot't Realtor $1598
Auctioneer Liquidator
ski cerpert aad itlllty ,..... All eo a large let.To .* after I .. !...'. Pllro ..-. PBaoo ATwalorriorlda I lit! Down.144 (4 por month.
...... POf/ weds .
Pius? tee Alt hISS ta appreciate It, drive AW CONDITIONED......11I.:. Moor duploa eoCI.bootBowwioMa ... TBRIB LxJU>B kodrooBio, airooadlUoaot CLAMIFieD OII'LAV .1 '01 P050 1.1..5 550.10 0.540.
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Col. Jos. F. Sedmera a .error to offer or room add Classified ads to OLDER MODELS
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14 European countries ..NORTH .(D) _
,competing in the World AQ13 -
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Olympiad starting here on May V KQ108 117
1 will have one major advantage <..AK310
over, their rivals from + 17 . -- -I-----! _
other parts of the world. Their! WEST EAST _
ennual encounters with one another .AJI4 A 5 .
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pionshlp provide their players 9642' _
with valuable experience for the 1054 4AJa42SOUTH
teat of the Olympiad.The .

international strains and championshipplace tensions ofan K10872 V AJ7 6.00-13 6.50-13 7.50-14 8.00-14 6.70-15 7.10-15 .

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a premium on experience. 83 I '"
This factor will count against .KQ3 ea
Sweden,for example, which Is Neither side was.-vulnerable. .
second only to the United Statesin The bidding TUBELESS TUBE-TYPE
the size of its tournament North East South West
membership, but has omitted its 1 V Pass I. Pass
l established stars from its teamon 1 N,T. Pass 3. Pass
this occasion. On the other 4 A Pass Pass Pass
hand, Switzerland and Belgium
will be troublesome opponentsfor West led the five of diamonds .
any country in an 18-deal The actual j jump to three
match. Switzerland will have spades implied a six-card suitor 71-
.. the services of Jean Besse, one perhaps a very strong five AFsreston ,
i of the, great players of the card suit
t world, and Belgium will have The alternative contract of i
t, in Abe Finckelstein and .Nico three no-trump would have been
las Savosin one of the strange slightly inferior: reverse the
c and most experienced partnerships East-West I hands, for example :
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in the Olympiad. and a club lead would be fatalto $ HH CHAMPION NYLONS ::1 I
k t Safety Play Employed dealer's chances.In .

The Belgian team recently the match, four spades
was the contract in both rooms
\. played a practice match of 88
deals against their Dutch neigh. The Dutch declarer proceededin
born, and won by the decisive routine fashion, perhaps hop- WITH "NO LIMIT"ROAD
margin of 54 International tog for an overtrick. He won
match points. In the hand the diamond lead in dummy, J
shown today, from this match, entered his hand with the heart HAZARD GUARANTEE
the Belgian declarer demon. ace and led a spade to dum- ____ __
.strated the importance of a my's. queen. Another trump BLACKWALL
,little-known lafely'play. lead revealed the ugly truth; I
There were various ways to he had to lose three trump Plus J tax
reach the natural contract ,of tricks and the club ace'to go SUPand R -TUF
trade-in
J lour spades. One heart was down one.
r the natural opening bid for The Belgian declarer was tire off
RUBBER
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'prefer one diamond or one no- volatile performer. He Imme- your carWHITEWALLS
, trump. The one no-trump re-,diately'' realized that he could for thousandsof f
tl bid looks bad in view of the afford to lose two trump tricks
worthless doubleton in an tin- and therefore devised a safety extra miles
t .bid suit, but there may have play to guard against losing
: been some systemic reason three. He won the diamond
for North's rejection of the lead in dummy and led a spadeto
obvious raise to two spades. the king. West won with
The bidding may have been the ace and led a club. East $3 MORE Super Strength J/\YJ/\ -
misreported, because one won and continued with a club ,,
would have expected South to Monk's next move, after win-
.bid three hearts, not three ning the club, was to lead the NYLON _
spades, at his second turn. pace deuce and finesse dum
These sizes fit most Chevrolets r Comets
Three hearts on standard methods my's six spot. If this had lost. CORD BODY
would have indicated three- ummy's spade queen would
card heart support, and left the have drawn the remaining Corvairs DeSotos Dodges Darts
door open to final contracts of trump later.. South's play insured for extratoughness IYIi ilif11 f
three no-trump, four hearts and the contract against any
four spades ______4-1 division of the trump suit Falcons, Fords, Mercurys, Ramblers, and


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,.' Freedom M. Of Brazil, N 0 XI I M I T I TREAD BLADED DESIGN ;


WASHINGTON With one Castro like 'puppet of the r ,

Communist stronghold already Kremlin and Khrushchev. for greater traction!
established in the Western "The ousting of Goulart Inan G r
Hemisphere, "it has been and almost bloodless revolution, and quiet operation I
still is in the best interests however, seems to have improved
of the United States to do all, the outlook for Brazil.
,we can to prevent Brazil, the I While'those in charge of the
richest and biggest I South operations of the provisional

:American Republic, from going government have, it Is true, . .. . . . ."' .' .
the way of Cuba," U.S. done some disturbing things . -. .-..-...-.-...:. . . ' .
Rep. James A. Haley said in in the way of ignoring or evad- Just Say Charge It" BRAKE ADJUSTMENT. ,
,his weekly news letter. of ing certain constitutional processes ft ref ene NO LIMIT GUARANTEE '. -
"But the results of our efforts relating to the electionof This Week Only
balancethe Is honored by thousands and thousands of Buy on Easy Budget Terms
so far-the pouring of billions a new president-on
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of dollars in foreign aid overthrow of Goulart must Firestone dealers and stores In the United
and private investment into be regarded as a significant States and Canada...wherever you travel. Take Months to Pay
setback for Castro and Communism
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,Brazil-have been somethingless
FUlLlHTDIE BUWITEE III UIIT DllIIUS OIl.oms
than It has in this hemispheretheir -
satisfactory.
limit detect In workman ..rtptacamant are prorated o $111
seemed that the worst defeat since their :--;;
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money ship and materials and road on tread wear and based on
have spent, and the assistance Venezuelan terrorist campaign hazard Injuries(except rapairFlraiton* pike currant at a -. .__ --
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we have provided in developing . failed last year to take over able puncturat)for the'life of time of adjustment e NO --
Brazil's agricultural, Industrial the government of that coun- the original tread e ,
and natural resources, try," he said. Yearrk.N.n.OUARANTea .
of-.I ,
,Is being wasted," he said. Coup Said Victory ,aovdasP I..,......=...oaaOaN.._...1 f-! M U tr- .Jt A. .tI..1! .
Problems Grow "The Goulart downfall has ..141 hmd.NY.h..e .. .a .ear e '. MONEY DOWN Our expert mechanics adjust your brakes, add

"Brazil has for a good many been described as a victory for . . ."..................,;.............. ..." necessary all for this fluid, low and price.repack front wheel. bearings
years been teetering 'on the us, and certainly our positionand :
brink of that of the free Latin
Communism and total
economic collapse, and this American nations has been Priced as shown! at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign.
'situation has been growing materially strengthened. But
worse steadily, instead of being -: I do not believe that we should
improved by our aid Inflation -. feel that complete victory has
has run wild, with prices been won In Brazil. I believeit
doubling in the past year better to adopt a 'wait and BRAKE RELINE
alone; and the government see' attitude to give the Bra
'has made no real'effort to stabilize zilian government time to set \
its economy or better tle down-and (hopefully) get
the lot of Its illiterate and pov.erty..tr1cken the country moving again, this
millions."It time in the right direction, so
that it can solve its admittedly

,recently even toppled was charged leftist Presi-that difficult and political and critical problems.economic 95

dent Goulart actually was
"Under the right kind of 1388
leading his country to economic 1995Inllnd 23 ,
ruin as part of a deliberate leadership, there is no reason Installed
plan for a dictatorial takeover at all that Brazil should not Exchange
of the government If this had become one of the greatest republics GUARANTEED
happened, Goulart eventually in our aide of the ,
30,000 MILES
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would have become another world, nor is there reason OR 1 YEAR
why ,she'' should not become OR 2 YEARS OR 3 YEARS
a great bulwark In our fight to 1J) /TIllL \

Bus, Train Crash I II communist rid this hemisphere vestige.. of every CHEVY-FORD-DODGE-PLYMOUTH-ALL AMERICAN COMPACTS-

"We well that this OTHERS SLIGHTLY HIGHER
Leaves Two Dead may pray
will happen. You will have
WE DO ALL THIS WORK
I noticed reports that Russian

20 People Hurt ISOII-mlle to Cuba's missiles north have coast-returned Replace old lining and shoes on all four Inspect brake shoe return spring for equal

PITTSBURGH (AP-A jackknifing and that our'friends' the Brit wheels with Firestone Factory Engineered tension.
chemical tank truck ish now have embarked on a Bonded Brake Linings .
dammed into'a Greyhound bus big-time deal for the shipment Inspect grease seals and wheel bearings.
nearby East Pittsburgh Sun- of heavy cranes (with Ameri ','. \ "" Clean and inspect brake drums for trueness. ,
B can-made engines) to Castro's riti n Adjust brakes on, all four wheels for full
and In-
day killing two women : BRAKE I RELINES *
:' Inspect complete hydraulic system. contact to drum.
J Jtiring at least 20 other persona. Communist empire, Rep. Haley
*- Police Chief Vince Berkleick said ,
are
aid the truck either akldded or ; We use only the highest qualityFirestone
Its brakes locked on the rain I .
lick approach to Westinghouse GUARANTEED : brake linings and GUARANTEE
Bridge, which carries ,
Memorial . :-...!:: .w Mp.e
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KjNGSWOODSpRQtTJR. our up to ::- ....aee.i,
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bout 10 mile east of the city. "'_11.t... tr.n.._:

Killed Washington were Julia D.C.Salada and Mrs 59.bf ,: 30,000 MILES or 3 YEARS sr: 'a-u:= ,r.a

j Chester Henry; 75 of suburban r
Penn Hills Mrs. Henry was en- /.8H 0
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of the Daughters of the 202 N. MASS. AVE. PHONE MU 6-4153 t

I :American Revolution as were where your dollar buys MILES more p
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",. notions...thimbles,needles,
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SwF buttons, morel
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WHILE 66 THEY LAST$Each Floating FREE Sports Dept.key buoy SCREWDRIVERS 7 Each$ #!I!



Shoe horns Take your pick of 4", 5" and 6" standardsor
I. Ton.out'bagsforyour upright, canister or Shoe Dept. ]
'. 3"((61)l)and 4"(#2)) crosspoints. Heavy "
tank cleaner.For Ward Signature,Eureka,GE, Ice cream scoopsApplianc.

Hoover,most others.1fMkindWHIIEfILM. Dept. duty plastic handles magnetizedbiadetips.

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Kiddies puzzlesChildren's
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1 I a"a'fN'. a y) w Y. I' tempo Is found In the bright sure to become rational favorItet be rushed to the (tor* from opens tomorrow.
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fashions. standard for quality. Geob.&IJexpre... his
Thanks to this speedy tern. Active in the tenter of the enthusiasm about Ward' new GIVE STRETCH tit
w : po, said E. Geoghegan, fashion natlon'i fashion capital, these fashions. Be auspicious of bargain> .isi. (
I department manager a. buyers work closely! with the "They're some of the most towel of unequal stretch.: Observe . .
i Montgomery W If 4'. new manufacturers to be sure that exciting designs Rye ever : ;:
I Lakeland store, current fashions Ward fashions meet the toe- seen," he.said. "The lines are pull, feel the different ,; !J: : '
are available to Lakeland acting requirements of American smart and modern. And there sections of the towel if the ..j.." $ '
women at the very time they women. The buyers know Is such a wonderful range main part stretches more thta : r".f\:\'.
first aPpear In New York.TO fabric and style and they from the really elegant to the border and selvage It Indicates ')lft i;,: " ;
accomplish this seeming know, too, the magic of the to casual model for comfort' thtt the same tension :
miracle of merchandising, the wo d "new" able every day wear"
I Ward organization, for example '.,at Is why the Lakeland Women's fashions are lust has not been maintained In all
maintains! a complete store fur example, will r- one of the hundreds of items portion of the towel during e
buying staff in New York City. celv hot monthly, but daily to be found In the new Lake wetrin,. Trouble In the formof ".-
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I LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday April 21, IH4 I-B .
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H : .'.: : J; Suburbia. II Furniture Collection ', I

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display In the furniture dining room i and bedroom II, outstanding results have fine wood finishes In the Su- ,"'.tt, 1
department of Montgomery furniture occasional chain been achieved in the Imaginative burbia walnut tone are usedon !\'" '
t Ward's new Lakeland store lathe and tables loungers, drapery use of varied upholstered all exposed parts.AOStMl ..
Suburbia II collection the fabrics floor coverings, pieces. \.t' .',i14 tAF
aecond version of Ward'i ex- lamps pictures and decorative "A wealth of possibilitiesmay Units o; 1, ygyY ,, ,y
cluilve, coordinated contem. sculpture-even ash trays. be achieved from two All-tteel units of finest pre-
porary group, John Patterson All the items have been sofa Styles, three fabric colors mier grade wire are used in .\ '1
furnltnure department manager chosen by decorating expertsto and the many combinations the seats of the upholstered
announced today. carry out the Suburbia II you can make with sec pieces. Springs Interlocked on ti
"Suburbia II, which )raa theme and match earlier Suburbia ." he said, "You can supporting steel rods perman-
been newly-designed and accessorized pieces. achieve a unity of mood with ently anchored to the frame ..
has the timeless "Luxurious Look" interesting variety, which are utilized in both the seats I
simplicity of contemporary "The thread of continuity makes for successful decorat and backs. The backs' resilient -
design with Integrated functional throughout Suburbia II Includes .hIg." springs are scientifically
features that meet the the luxurious look of The beauty of Suburbia II is designed for back support
needs of today's mode for livIng rich walnut veneers finishedto not "skin deep," Patterson All the cushions In SuburbiaII's
.j ." Patterson stated "Sub a warm mellow glow" he pointed out 'The construction upholster pieces are comfortably
-.. urbia II creates a background .said "and the Interplay of coordinated of upholstered furniture utilizes shaped and padded.
M. M. WATSON of tasteful elegance. color the sale and frames of kiln-dried selected Skillful tailoring and the finest -
M'IHII' Gird b TMII Futon. Included in the Suburbia II scope of sculptured lines" hardwoods. All main fabrics are used in covering ... M. L. LUCAS I
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Fink BRENT PRIP WALKING SHORTS 'r{ \ and shoulder seams 6*
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Plenty Of Shoes Satisfy That .

For EverybodyAt r Sweet Tooth New Trail In Merchandising"With


New Ward's wf Lakeland resident This la a success story that Several) year later he decided and hit friend and partner new concept In business practice
consuming candy at a rate exceeding operatedthis In the day when
R. Thorne
Shoes and plenty of them lathe would have dazzled Horatio there was greater opportunity George auger
motto of the MontgomeryWard 17 pounds each, per Alger and It's true. It'. the for him In larger early business from a was sanded and molasses
shoe department In the year, we plan to keep busy story of a man ,who created city, and Obtained employmentin tingle room only 12 x 14 feet, watered.
the new store opening tomorrow providing them with their one of the country' leading Chicago at a traveling on Chicago's near-north aide. Wards continued solely as a
C. N. Workman, department *e ahare of the more than 3 bill businesses and blazed new salesman with a wholesale This was the beginning of. mail order business for M
manager Mid a com 4 4I ion pounds of candy enjoyedin trail in retail 18U1n,. .concern. This experience, plus the mall order business, destined years before the first retail
plet line of accessorlea la offered the United States each Aaron Montgomery Ward the fact that the first transcontinental to have a revolutionaryeffect store came into being by
and displayed wit hWard' year," lays H. T. Dater, was born In New Jersey in railroad had been upon the merchandising chance rather,than plan In
Gulldmark ahoei for manager of Montgomery February 1MJ. To help hit completed, made MontgomeryWard methods of the time. 1126 three "merchandise ex
women. Ward'a new Lakeland atore. poverty-stricken family, he believe the time war The attitude of the new firm hibits" forerunners of to-
"We're especially proud of The stocked candy department had to leave school at the age right for a.greater merchandising toward the customer had much day't catalog stores were
Guildmark," he laid, "and of offers both bulk and of 14 and go to work in a bar service than had ever to do with Its success. No opened at an experiment to
our nationally advertised Pine- packaged candy with freshness rcl factory for only 25 cents before been attempted. sales were to be considered stimulate mall order buying.
hunt shoes for men and boys. and tastiness guaranteed, t day. When he was 20, his In 1171, at be wat about to complete with the men delivery These exhibits were locatedIn
We guarantee proper fittings, I- and Is equipped with the most family moved to St. Joseph, suit hit new retailing plan of the merchandise. The Marysville, Kant. Little
the latest styling and the finest modern fixtures including refrigerated Mich., where he got a job u the Chicago fire wiped out hit customer had to be satisfiedor Fall, Minn., and Plymouth,
quality," cases and storage a shoe clerk for $3 a month capital, and hit Job. But Ward he would return the goods Ind.
areas. and board. After three yearsof war not discouraged and a and get hit money back.
The tiny bamboo bat of South. "Continual check for quality hard work, he was made year later, in August of 1172, Fundamental Policy In Plymouth the people
east Asia seeks out a crack In a begins with the ingredientsused manager of the store at a Montgomery Ward issued his The partners consideredthis were not content merely to
bamboo stem as its favorite C. N. WORKMAN in making our candy," salary of $100 a month and first mail order catalogthefirst a fundamental of fair look, but insisted on buying
place to rest. Manses, She Dtp,rtm,nt boater states. board. published anywhere. He merchandising. This wit a the .arn le..





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Knitted gown has snap ; They're treated to be wrinkle resistant, are

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S. Donnell t vice Sears In Mexico/ and was ,
president and Eastern region elected in 1954 as president of .
of Montgomery "
manager
Sears Roebuck In Mexico
Ward & Co. will officiate at
the opening tomorrow of From 1958 to 1961 he served
Ward big new Lakeland storeat as zone manager of 32 Sears
1028 E Memorial. Boule- retail stores In California and r
vard. Nevada In 1961 he became
The grand opening cere group manager of the 16 large
monies will begin at 9:30 Sears stores in the Los Angeles -
am. area.Donnell .
During his visit In Lakeland. was elected vice
Donnell will make Inspectiontours president and Eastern region
of Wards other retail general manager of Montgomery -
stores In Florida, including Ward on May 14, 1962. and r ewMi
those at Tampa. St. Petersburg was elected a director of the
and Clearwater company a year later
Donnell will be accompaniedto The Eastern region I of ,
Lakeland by Keith A Ward's, one of four such divisions ; Ijy SALE !
Brooks, Wards metropolitan of the company, comprises t cotton t
general manager 19 states along and adJacent
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Donnell was born In Cleveland to the east coast of the i
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Ohio on Sept. 18. 1919 United States, and operate" "
He graduated from Duke University 270 retail and catalog stores, DOUBU THICK '' '.., topper sets ::
In 1941 and joined B. and two major warehouse-dis TRAINING PANTS (
F. Goodrich Co, in Washing' tribution centers in these
ton. D. C. states. BIG BUY FOR YOU LITTLE ANGELS "
In 1948, Donnell Joined I 3 For 881. gil i
Sears, Roebuck and Co., and
in 1947. was appointed Sears One Drowned RIO De IA. 3, ,, 'k Topper sets have practical l plastic fined pants,

big supervisor-ticket merchandise of automotive in and the All fine cotton with it popover tops. In spring pastels. Delicately 2 ZZ

Washington, D. C, area. When Tanker Hits triple thick high rise .1 trimmed I And boys' styles designed with the

Between the years of 1948 crotch. Sanitized for , younger man In mind I Sizes 9 to '18 months. REG. 2.98

developed and 1958 24 Donnell retail stores built and for Fishing BoatKEY daisy freshness. Easy C/ \t'

care. Well made. 1 14. N
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safe Monday after their fishing A'." '.."r --
Complete, boat collided with a Danish ,!f,,. ;
tanker In the Gulf of Mexico,
On WayBy
More but their companion was pre-
curved drowned
truck, train and plane tons
The four men were aboard the
of merchandise have been
new fishing boat Miss Laura bound
into Lakeland to stock
pouring r :,
for her home port of Tampa
Montgomery Wards new Lake- from the Campeche banks, when r -r' i r
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opening ; .
the boat collided with the tanker ....
for several weeks,
Every day
Kate Maersk, about 200
regular stocks, as well as special 1/I1 t
miles southwest of St. Peters- : w t: ; ''
sale Items, have been delivered -burg Saturday, :i r ; iny world
to Wards r .
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H. T Doster, manager of the A fifth member of the crew ,y.i 'j'jI ; ( Sel4.NIooIw.I, It
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confident that sufficient William Lakes, 38, of Chicago ...
new store, is : s M. ...." w..drs
stocks are now on handto was missing and presumed <. 1. ZT.: l t
carry through the opening drowned .... .
sale period. He emphasized, The Coast Guard brought the wv i
however that additional merchandise four survivors to Key West :
will continue to arrive Sunday, They were Capt. Richard r;: r CRIB SHEETS
in order to keep up with A. Taylor. 44; Edward -.I : .
the demands of the expected Allen 48. and Otto Braun 44. '' '
crowds of sale choppers all of Tamp. and Oscar Finlo CRIB LAB TESTED OF SMOOTH FITTING COTTON
All departments of the new 39. of Azusa, Calif. BLANKETS PLASTIC COTTON KNITS
PANTS
store are now fully stocked so The tanker was undamaged WARM AND SOFT

that the complete assortmentsof and stood by until a Coast Guard LONG WEARING PLUS EASY CARE
merchandise, which will befeature vessel arrived to pick up the 1.77 2 77' Sanforized'-I high count 71 C
will
a of the new store from survivors, then proceeded on For Combed cotton for big and cotton; wrinkle.free. Bios
be available to shoppers REG. 2.39
the very first day her way _ little boys and girls in stripes 2 for 9 9 taped corners and ends.
Put them to bed warm Yes, tested for wear, and patterns that stay Safe baby can't pull it ma, lte

and cozy with Wards Sanitized for fresh fresh through lots of wash- loose White. Whit Oil/?.
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"Recognizing the fact that With the basic color or
color Is a powerful element In colors selected, and the color
all home decoration, Montgomery scheme developed the cus
tomer will find a wide and
Ward has devised its varied selection
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Style House color coordinationplan merchandise at Ward's new
to give customers an accurate Lakeland store which utilize
and consistent guide Style House color coordinatedhues.
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to proper color selection,"
The color coordinated .
Mrs Ina Towsend home decorator merchandise
consultant in Ward'snew ranges from appliances
J to wall tile
and also
Lakeland store, said.
includes bathroom
fixtures,
"Color can give sparkle and
charm to an otherwise unattractive bedding, bedspreads, blankets,
curtains, decorative
accessor
declared
room, she ,
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ware, draperies, floor covering -
larger, ,
more friendly more
and tile,' laminated
harmonious." counter -
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; f coordination plan features 12 rugs, slip covers, toss pillows
4 towels, upholstered furniture,
"first families of color"huej -
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gS which,are In tune with House
one another Within a familyare Style decorator
has utilized
shades and tints which offer shop a program
which offers all of the colorin
a complete range from soft
the world for every room
I pastels through clear, bright
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in the home, Mrs. Townsendsaid.
colon into vibrant darks, assuring .
good taste and color
harmony "Style House Is Ward's exclusive
name and it guarantees -
Assures Harmony that in home furnish-
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The Style House color coordination and decorative accessories -

plan assures color the color, design, and
harmony. The starting point quality have been checked and
i iy d r for color harmony is selectIng authorized
by experts assuring
: r. 48"x63" pair I the basic color to be used good taste, complete blend-
for
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"Color harmony may center ," she declared.
about a lovely picture the per Thanks to Wsrds Style
son owns and wants to feature House program every home
In a room," Mrs. Townsend furnishing item may be selected -
stated, "Some color arrange- for reasons of Its relation
ments may be based on the another. Using the
ship to
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d the room, or any favorite planned future purchases, and
r } color mind"the customer has la presently owned furnishings

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M pair, regularly 8198, now, , 5.88i .M When the major color is standing, workable decorating

:i r 72x63" pair, regularly 13.98, now. , ,10.88 S s' : I I48x84" II selected scheme,can the then balanced be chosen.color ideas"Ward's for your outstanding home. values,

72x84" pair, regularly 16.98, now, ,12.88 The color scheme gives the low prices, and convenient
general character to the room credit terms help customers
.4 $ 100x63" pair, regularly 19,98, now,14,88 / which the customer desires. turn their home decoration
"The three basic methodsof plans into reality," she said,
.r 96x84" Poir, regularly 22198, now,16.88 color schemes are contrasted "And, of course, Ward time -

150x84" pair, regularly 34,98, now, , 24.88 related" and monochro honored policy of 'satisfaction
matic, Mrs. Towsend said. guaranteed or your money
'Contrasting colon prove Interesting back' continues to back every
active, informal and purchase made.
size-decreasing, while related
colors are subtle, surprising *
combinations that create a
restful, spacious, elegant at. Custom-Made


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one color bring
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unity, and the feature services offered
tranquility, she
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There is a cycle In which wa- A Wards consultant will
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oceans, carried for most harmonious select
by air masses,
lion of fabrics and colon from.
precipitated as rain or snow,
returned to the ocean by surface a wide selection.
choice, and
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How and
percolation, returned
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new Lakeland store. the store, customers can save
The "hidden" Items are postage through lowered rates
available through the stores on bulk shipments If customers
t catalog order office. The back- prefer, however, the :
bone of the catalog order merchandise will be shipped
office is the historic "wish directly to the home.
book" and special catalogs New fast service is a plus : '
published by the company in mail order shopping. Most ; .
) ''Through the years the catalog merchandise Is delivered on w .
In all its various editions a 48-hour basis, with three day
has kept step with the times," delivery for heavier and
V. 1.. Boland catalog order bulkier items ..
department manager said Ward's mail order customers ; % C -
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"Ward's first catalog, which are served by nine mail '
launched the mail order business order houses located In strategic
in 1872, was a single places throughout the '
sheet Today's two giants country i
the spring and summer and *'
the fall and winter books-
average 1,400 pages and are
printed with scores of color
Marijuana
pages." ,

Wards Other Include catalogs a farm issued book by, Ring BrokenIn r: zj.- 'rwt

Christmas book travel catt

sale loa, garden books. book, and seasonal TampaTAMPA $ -'_ ,'t -, ; -

"We use all the book. In -The State Narcotics -
our catalog order office," Bureau announced yesterday
Boland stated "This literally arrest of 10 persona and
adds 130,000 items and a variety the smashing of one of the
of services to our already largest marijuana operationsin
large merchandise assortment Tampa history.
." Fresh Usher, the bureau'sdistrict
This year .lore than 43 supervisor, said the operation
million Ward catalogs will be netted $250,000 a year
I delivered to families throughout And made more than $25,000 a
the United States, plus year for one of its top men,
many sent to customers in for whom Usher identified as Anthony
eign lands Larocca, a 24-year-old
Boland pointed out that customers musician
don't have to come Bureau agents working with
to the store to place their city and county vice squads
catalog orders. The telephoneunit rounded up the 10 persons in
takes care of this, placing various parts of the city after
the customer's shopping a four-month Investigation during
center no further away than which Usher said the officers
the telephone. observed the plantingand
There other customer
are
harvesting of marijuanain
conveniences at the catalog
a vacant lot
order office. For instance, tLT >
Four of those arrested were
special swatch books are
musicians. Two were high
the and
available on spot
featured merchandise Is on school students. All were
charged with sale or possession
of narcotics or both except
Sukarno Snubs a 16-year-old high school
student who was turned over
InvitationMANILA
to juvenile authorities without W
(AP) President charge
Sukarno of Indonesia isn't going ( Others arrested were Alfonso -
to get an honorary degree Larocca, 20, a musician;
from Manila's University of the Connie Winston, 22. Negro hotel
East after all. clerk: Christopher Demarco -
The university president 17, high school student; \
Francisco Dalupan, said today Augustine Borges. 40, barber;
he has withdrawn an Invitation Peter Schiera. 44, unemployedcook
to Sukarno to address com- ; Melvin Toledo, 18, musician -
mencement exercises May 3, ; Lester McCray, U, Negro
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faculties Including! merchandise the customer service organ!!. Your Choice
repair and installation ration Is Ward telephone unit i
Ire available at Montgomery of the catalog order depart
Wtrdf new Lakeland store. ment. This unit II set up to WARDS LOWEST PRICE WARDS LOWEST PRICE
These complete services, often make It convenient for Ward .
not obtainable elsewhere do shopping to be done by phone
their part to made Wards a People who haven't previously

place more, to neighborly shop, according convenient to invariably shopped are pleasantly by telephone surprised AIRLINE 23IN.* TV 88 FOR FM/AM STEREO
H. T Center manager of the at its >effortless ease. -
tore. Selection may leisurely be
The repair service depart- made from over 130,000 Items
went provides speedy, efficient featured in the big general
repair and testing facilities catalogs .' Pre-Set Tuner 4
Stereophonic Speakers
for all types of major Once Ward customers discover
appliances A complete stock that their shopping center -
of spare part assure fast repair i* no further away than
Jobs. should It becomeneces..ry. their telephone, they take advantage Tinted Picture Tube 4-Speed Automatic Changer
of this convenience I.
In this way the company again and again
Indicate Its Interest m the NO MONEY DOWN
customer not only when the Literature Free o Clear Crisp Picture Genuine Diamond Needle
purchase Is made but also at Another customer service >
any time afterward. free of any charge. Is the In- ON WARDS CHARG-ALL ACCOUNT
Complete facilities are avail t ere I tin I and informative ;
able for Installation work. literature available in many o Handsome Cabinet Mahogany Veneer Cabinet
Among the many Item the department throughout
Lakeland store I* prepared to Ward new store j
install are cabinets bath fixture Through multicolored illustrated
*, boilers, air conditioning pamphlet, patron 0; Up-Front Sound '{'; Receives FM Stereo Broadcasts
unit, water pump systems "get the complete story" on
gas and electric water such varied merchandise lines
heaters, stokers attic fans a* hi-fi's and TV sets draperies .
tile house siding, insulation major electrical appliances Up-Front Controls Record Storage Space
roofing and floor coverings auto accessories, and
Expert Treatment farm equipment. These con- .
Expert treatment is given cisely-written folder and
to all installation work, providing booklets are available for the Satellite Inspired Circuits Automatic Shut-Off
that important "pro asking CALL 35951 PROMPT $11 VIC I
fessional touch so necessary Ward new auto service station hrM1I, YW.n .tt....,. sells!! eels k? W.|<
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to a finished job. For customer at Lakeland can house 14 ....d..awY.e.e. le yawrd+d I.d.1rb.aAl ry.
convenience depart. cars at one time and offers .t M*tllg.lt0W.
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and design work. batteries, mufflers brake
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Coed Finds Hubby, HobbyAt


End Of 'Chute Line


JONESBORO Ark. (AP- in Holland France, Germanyand
Pert Diana Detrick found two on Guam while her father
loves at the end of a para was moving around with the
chute. military,
One was skydiving, her She is a freshman at Arkansas
hobby. State. Her main scholastic -
The other was Ronald Dlggs, interest I II philosophy.
her Intended hubby. Why did she take up parachuting .
Diana and Ronald, student ? "I just thought the
at Arkansas State College, are sport was unusual and it interested
members of the school parachute me." she said "Then
jumping, or skydiving, after I made my first jump
I fell in love with It."
club.Ronald wooed and won Diana She has jumped out of an y
while they were Jumpingout '
airplane 17 times She says it STRONG CLEAR RECEPTION
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of airplanes Into field doesn't scare her, and she's
near Jonesboro. They plan to interested in becoming a good THE VERY LATEST!
be married in July 6 TRANSISTORS Airline Portable
chutist before she settles down On Smart 19-(Ine
Before that, they'll compete. to family life WARDS TILT-DOWN PORTABLE STEREO
May 2-1 in the National Intercollegiate DEPENDABLE LAB-TESTED AIRLINE
She Is the only girl on the '
Skydiving Championship Slim design, with turntable Automotic gain control
Arkansas State jumping team. ,
*at Lake Geneva,Wis. Ronald 20, Is a senior chemistry unit mounted on tilt-down So much pleasure for so rains strong Image even main$9 7
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powerful
major at Arkansas State ,.2 speaker/ speed $ onslS- $6,
feel that
Ken Sister oircroft ,is overhead
his team has a good chanceof He will graduate in May attend aWomalicchangerdianandneedleCanbewollmount. 59 tort, peek-a-boo"d' I,
unseating Harvard for the Air Force Officer Training ruggedred/whitecoseear- built.n telescope antennas. NO MONIY DOWN
School, then be assignedto
national Diana. title IS, I II the daughterof a missile school ed with optional bracket! Reg. 79.95 phone jack. Uses 1 battery. M0 MONEY DOWN' ....wr.d ,.._.n. II h. sS es late .h..-
Maj.) and Mrs. Hal A. Det- Diana's father was one of
rick formerly of Jonesboroand the first to get a pilot' license .
now of Kelly Air Force under the "learn to fly
Base San Antonio Tex Her in college' program in 1941 We Service What We Sell Nationwide
father has been a pilot for He also attended Arkansas
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,"' ,rah.. Clubs Supported Unlock Ocean's Secrets ,'

r "A $t a By Montgomery Ward i JACKSONVILLE: (AP) A million special appropriation.It .
will be September before
Montgomery Ward has supported through 4-H scholarships.Wards ; floating laboratory riding the the Oceanographer is fitted with
tides of the St. Johns .
Kant
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continuously since 1922, longer 7,300 gold-filled medalsof River while It Is prepared for to put to sea. Its skipper and II
than any other national honor for outstanding workIn sea duty may one day unlock home port have yet to be named
company. Wards sponsors the home economics to girls scientific secrets ss yet undreamed ,and its first mission Is indef.
National 4.H Home Economics who win top county awards. finite
Program, originally called the During National 4-H Week, : of. I Rear Adm. H. Arnold Karo.
+w r.r. Girls' Record Contest, the many Ward retail and catalog ",J i ,' ,' It officially acquired the name director of the U. S. Coast and
. first 4H project to, be sponsored stores pay tribute to state and !:,I/ifo w. Oceanographer whet Mrs. Luther Geodetic Survey has a missionin
by a business organiza. national winners ss special ;,. .: ;: Hodges, wife of the lecre- mind, however. He revealedit
4-H window displays featurethe :, tary of commerce, broke a bottle during an Interview while ha
tlon.Every year Wards pays the projects of state or national of champagne across its bow was here for the launching cere
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expense of each Home Economics ' winners and their ex Saturday In the traditional ship mony.
E Program state winner periences.. at the Club Con. launching ceremony. I "In conjunction with other
H f from her home to the National ,re. But this ship is different from ships, we hope to use Oceanographer -
4-H Club Congress in Chi. all others. It Is the first built by in a wholesale start on
cago. SENTENCED this nation with the specific purpose -a study of the Gulf Stream,"
In 1933, Wards began offering BRUNSWICK, Germany (AP) of investigating the oceansof Karo said.
college scholarships to the Four former officers of a the world sod their bottoms. This is one of the top goals of
S national winners of the pro Nazi extermination squad were A sister ship, the Discoverer,'his agency,the admiral said, because
..-'- gram. In the past 29 years sentenced today to prison termsof ------ scheduled to follow the Oceanographer the Gulf Stream is all
the company has helped finance four or five years for their by a few months. significant to the climate of the i
I P. J. GUARD college educations of In the wartime of Hi V. COLLINS Atlantic coast and
part massacre They are being built and fittedat United States
M....,.", Star Cr Rofrljorarof. Dopt. 159 girls from 40 states 9.200 :Jews in eastern Poland. M......", Suck '., Gibbs Shipyards under a $N of Europe. ,_ 1.U 1\
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Form Auxiliary J Ward's Offers One Simple

I nits Of Negroes I

I.ore) HOUSTON form Tex. (AP-PUM All-Purpose. Credit Plan
vlthidy Bo county Republican or-
;anzatlons! of Negroes through- Montgomery, Ward offers to pay their bills in full every inated.
ind rut the state before the Novem- one simple, all-purpose credit month the "Ch rg-All" planoffers In addition, under the"ChargAll"
I r general election. were announced T plan, known as Ward's the of
ned :. dGfJ. W option making system. Wards
lefiro. today by the Repub 1 V -w !E2LL "Charg-All" plan, for its cu,. regular monthly payments for mails monthly statements to
Ian party In Harris County, f'7".. ( loners H. Dotter, store man to two with each
.. up years a service customer: reporting the
J A spokesman for the county 1.t.,,,,.I" j. ,.., ...1, : ager at Ward's new Lakeland
..1..;.." .,t '_ ''r.I charge of I 4 per tent beginning and end-of-month
GOP said the .
[ auxiliaries will be ..'!: ... "", ( 0 I i \ ".Il 111 store, said today applied to the opening balance balances, amount of purchasesfor

,Ion ind -liance odeled of after Greater the Houston Republican, a (,. :.:.i; '\ t'" r ,,-: i...-.. '" } :! 'n:f'J customer Under this with plan a Ward, a charge cred t monthly."For customers who'want to payments the month on deductions the account for,

led [group of conservative Negro ft'1"$\t ,,' \ i: __ j plate can make purchases of pay for major home improvements amount of service charge,
here voters which was started a ysar . \.; \ any item sold by Wards simply over a longer period of amount of payment due on
' lago and has frown to some 50 1!. ,:/ 1 )7 ;
I members. \\ l : \ ; by "charging" It on his time, Wards also offers special account, and the balance to
.. t" .) "Charg-All" account, whetherIt be carried forward to the next
I 'L.t tt':' I.I 'fl" terms for periods as long
Sen. John G. Tower, R-Tex., .
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I was in Houston Sunday ft/ill\ \ t'' be a spool of thread a refrigerator as seven years," the credit month.
and
eg- lf or a suite of furni
\ manager said. "We believe such completeand
gave his backing to the \ \ t
on expansion } ture.
I program. The auxiliary By using the "Charg-Ail" regular information will
n. Retail and mail order customers completely satisfy the desires
I plan Ward's customers are assured
in each county would be \t \
.of I of the county GOP. Sen. a Tower part .h. .. \L. \ t1i> .M who pay their bills that they have one typeof and needs of our customers,"
within 30 days will not Incur Doeter stated.
I account and one set of pay.
said he would speak at
a number -
be. any credit service charge, menu and terms. Delays in A Ward's "Charg-Af" credit
all- [ of cities where the auxillI MONTGOMERY WARD TO 'lATUM FENCING AND CAB. W..t 9.10 ..m*will k. ft.tvr!*| .n. .( the tine fencing Doster pointed out. different bf card Is honored in of the
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Wards' Customers Of Quality ProductsWeatherometers ,',


and mat- woods, ceramics, and auto wood floor in their lab, stuff as advertised.It hi-fi's, and portable radios, exclusively as, reports of scientific mysteries -
and members laid various of will continue on a year-round ba that the laboratory has
treu pounder art used by polishes waxes are among type to perform
men whose job it Is to get the items tested by this device. tile and then gave the floor properly for long periods.It sis. Both buyers' samples and solved. ,, *,
carpets dirty and to scuff floor Mattress durability is tested the "treatment" given the carpeting measures up to basic production samples are checked. One such mystery was the
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1t tiles for Montgomery Ward & by a device which pounds a as they checked the operating and safety stand case of the plastic dolls, who
> ; Co. mattress with heavy rotating tiles' durability and ability to Montgomery Ward openedits brown "tan"
Such unusual equipment and weights while the results are be re-cleaned. ards.To insure quality, so Chicago laboratory more acquired a deep
activities are found in Ward's checked by laboratory staff These are but a few of the Wards can stand behind any than 45 years ago primarily to while sitting on the shelves of
testing laboratories where members. many testing activities carriedon product it sells.Comparison test the foods and drugs then a company warehouse.Though
scientists and engineers team To check the effectiveness of at Ward's testing laborato tests are also old by the company. The lab- the dolls looked life-like, the
up to insure quality and top rug shampoos, samples of ra- rice One in New York City made, to help buyers In their oratory's Job later was expanded testers were convinced that
textile and to textile testing and the sun was not responsible for
performance of the company's sinus carpet types were sewn concentrates on selection of merchandise. Specifications -
merchandise.The together and placed down al a clothing testing while the Chicago of items being considered finally to testing all lines of their deepening brown hue.
weather-o-meter exposes runner After being subjected lab primarily tests home by Ward's buying staff merchandise sold by the com- The trouble was traced to
sample materials to simulated to heavy-duty wear, the runner furnishings, appliances, and are checked In through tests pany. sulphur fumes coming from a
sunlight and rain, to check was dirty enough and was heavy goods lines. by lab staff member One wall of the office Is lined nearby railroad roundhouse
their reactions to weath?r. shampooed In sections using The company's testing Is Part of the lab staff checks with case histories of productsput which reacted unfavorablywith
I J. R. CHRISTENSEN Roofing tile, pastlc products, the various products. aimed to prove: Items of Ward's electronics department through the mill by thecompany' one of the chemicals in'"
Manogtr, Houuwirti Dlplrtm'nt paints I enamelled finishes, And, after building a ply -Each article will perform including JV sets technicians as well the plastic. .
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fitting cover keeps odors In; 188 metal cabinet and solid shelf; EACH soleplate gives a cushion of 788 curved, chromed legs give 888
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LAKELAND LEDGER,Tuesday, April 21, ltd 15-8
New Ward's Store Has Sub Fires

2 Polaris

r -1 Paint, For Every Purpose Missiles

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Paints for every purpose, CAPE KENNEDY 11I-The
outside and Inside, are displayed nuclear submarine Henry Clay
fired a Polaris M missile from
In the large paint, section -_ beneath the surface of the Atlantic .
of Ward's new Lakeland Ocean. yesterday, then
tore. r surfaced to launch I second :
In addition I missile In a flrst-of-a.kind test.
to clearly labeled L ;
The Navy reported both mis
and color-keyed paints shownon o
sties were successful over 1,*
the display fixtures Wards ' S00-mile ranges. They were _
features a paint dispenser launched 30 minutes apart
which automatically mixes and about 30 mllea oft the Florida
matches 1,475 shades and tones coast.
M .e It marked the first time thata
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Y tfll of paint-perfect for solving Polarles tub launched mis
those home decoration
prob die while on the surface. Officials *
lems.
R. C Smith, paint department L said purpose was to
check firing characteristics Incase r
manager, says all Ward
., It ever became necessary
paints are manufactured to assure f for a sub to fire in wartime
long wear and color fast '? rtt1'r'' lit
while surfaced
ness in Florida's climate.
The Henry Clay was tilted
slightly by water ballast to pre-
MEASURE PILLOWS vent the missile from falling
Be sure to measure your pillows back and hitting the vessel If
before buying cases If t It bad failed to ignite after
you guess at sizes you may ejection from the launchingtube.
buy cases which fit your pillows .
____ ___ too l ualy. Tight cases, The firings wound up a series
00
she informs make pillows of three successful shots
hard and lumpy and causes I 4- for the Clay, the 17th sub to
FASHIONS rOR UN IN THI SUN are ,.....,*. U aka f..kload.p.Am.et | rips at the seams, while the conduct Polaris launching
... too-loose variety causes bunching here. The gold crew: of 140 men
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up, wrinkles and a general was In command. The blue 11 18< LOAD WASHIR-H. T..Dtftm.K.f.r .f Mahem.qW.rd'a
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wB !J KELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, April !I, les4 -
r-----1 Full Power Workshop.

Service Department One Of The On Display At Ward's"We're

I displaying a table saws are also multipurposetools
t saw, disc sander horizontaldrill which allow customersto

Highlights At N Ward's Store"If Lrs wood, vertical lathe In drill our press hardware, and utilize space their more home efficiently workshop ,

center and they take up the
for
the day arrives when a company's policy of 'satisfac own TV and radio tubes if they men to repair all types of pace required by only one while getting the most
space capsule Is brought In tion guaranteed or your money so desire. gasoline engines. The new power tool," G. Kismet man their money.
for an overhaul, we'll be able back." New service trucks equippedwith store's service department Is ager of the hardware department There are three basic models
and willing to handle the job," two-way radios for fast an authorized Brlggs & Stratton at Montgomery Ward'i of radial saws to meet all
says Jack Harbuck, service Wide Range dispatching to service calls engine repair service center new Lakeland store, laid. requirements of the home
department manager at Mont Service capabilities In the are included In the list of new "There'i no trick to It," he owner, shop owner. and professional
gomery Ward's new Lakeland.tore. new department range from equipment. They provide the Modern facilities are on explained. "Since one station l builder.In
the sharpening of rotary and department with mobile repair hand for repairs to heating ary tool-the Shopsmith Mark addition to sawing, these
All new with '100 per cent reel-type lawn mowers to repairing shops for work' in the field. and pump systems, and an Five-is actually five basic Powr-Kraft tools perform accessory -
modern equipment, the service complicated pumps on Spare parts hen been Increased expert crew I Is available to tools operating from the same operations such, as
until the service department motor." By adding a Shop- sanding, routing buffing pal.Ishing
deportment at Wards is one farms. A modern testing tank perform Installation services.
has than smith Power Mount, a jointer, dadoing, moulding or
of the highlights of the new designed especially to test out now more The department also handles
,
shaping grinding drilling and
handsaw and other
look at Wards. board motors under simulated 4,000 different parts. A complete jigsaw
TV Installations
antenna asa also can be used as aa auxiliary -
of TV and tools can be used.
lake and stream conditions has assortment ,
Ward officials the local
say special customer service.
Public demonstrations of source.
the
been installed. radio tubes, and hi-fi phono power
service facilities "incorporatethe graph needles is also avail- Complete gun repair service Shopsmith Mark Five, a com The Shopsmith Mark Five
newest techniques In re Modern electronic testing able. is available from a crew plete power workshop In one and the Powr-Kraft radial
pair equipment and in analysis equipment for television sets of gun experts 'who provide " compact unit, will be held at saws are only part of a large
of appliance trouble, and will is now in operation and an Engine Repair maximum I craftsmanship. regular intervals at Ward'i selection of power tools' both
provide maximum service for automatic tube analyzer will New equipment makes it Factory service Is also avail G. KISTNIR new store. stationary and portable, avail
customers In accord with the enable customers to test their possible for Ward's service able on specialized items. Me.e.r, H.rjw.r. Dip.rtm.nt Ward's Powr-Kraft radial able at Ward's new store.r IN j jf





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Powr-Kraff torch for glass, chromed holder. 2 lights. *QuIar-start ,
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many other uses. Fea I- -';r: f + smart brass holder. Uses 1 light. oft fightl 7s' diameter 4 '
Men pencil-point burn t @ Matching porch bracket for 0. with white bass Easy to ;
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Latest In Hearing Aids I Grand Opening Special


Offered At New Store .QNTOOMJEBY

Montgomery Werd'i new' ually and scientifically fitted WARD Cattleya
Lakeland store feature ono of by means of Wards new CTA-7.
the comp nyi* newest custom- stereo audiometer.
er services a complete sudiometric ,James Dawson wellknownSt. w---
teat and hearing evaluation. Petersburg hearing aid specialist Orchids 1'f
will head Ward's staff 4. 4
Ward's superb line of hearIng of consultants. The company
Truck Load Sale \
aids Includes II model of will feature home tests and
every description. They are mall service to outof town customers. :
guaranteed two full yea,.. The hearing aid department Potted CattUya Orchids
Now available U a new con will also offer batteries
cept In bearing help for those .service and accessories Truck Located on Wards 349 ..
'
suffering "nerve deafness"Cleverly .for all makes of hearing aids'
built Into a tiny plastic at reasonable prices. Parking Lot Next To ..
capsule, the "Hearing Im
prover" offers a totally new The Smithsonian Institution'snew Garden Shop. ""
kind of amplification. It provides Museum of History and Reg. $5.00 Value 4 i I
power for speech emphasizing Technology in Washington has' '
needed sound frequencies on display a 180-ton steam locomotive
LK.. W, WOOD without pain or irrita and tender. They are I 1026 E. Memorial Blvd. LakelandWAD
tion. so large that the hall had to
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e Full 48-Inch.High.Protlctlon Visit Wards today and look It over yourself . we know you'll like what
.All Posts Are Set In Concreteel'elnch G 'rix ARK you lee! Ask to tee this superb performer In action-one demonstration
Line Posts and Wire Included 67 will convince you that this Is the mower for you! With Vacuum-Action grass
Installed By Professionals catcher, it gives you the best cutting ever, sweeps up clippings: with one
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Minimum Order 100-Ft. .. LOOK FOR THIS BRAND NAME "swoosh"-ends tiresome raking chores and leaves. (lawn neat and clean
every time! And remember, at this special low price you save a whopping
NO MONEY DOWN It's your euuronce that only the best materials I end $1.I during t the next three days only I Visit Words today!
Posts
Gates and Fence art extra Up To 3-Teors. To Pejr fm e.t worlimeniWii hove gone into building this qualify
mower. Wards gviwantees Itl I look for the
Garden Mark name o*qualify on every Words".w.r.

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24" Motorized Grill l\\,,.::. j'_._ n .. ;* 3 Cu. Ft. Wheel Barrow Fk Plastic Garden Hoso



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f Ki r'' : Budget-priced! Mirror-bright plated hood; Ideal for small homes! 3 cu. ft, capacity, J, Big buy! A long lasting, economy hose.Lightweight .
'' I : UL-approved electric motor; adjustable ?r ;y, t '; 24'/z x 31 t/x inch rolled edge troy and easy to coil 50-foot length;
t Bride; 3 spit heights. semi-pneumatic rubber tire with brass couplings.


On Sale At Wards Brand New Store -1026 E. Memorial Blvd.

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' NO PAYMENTS UNTIL OCTOBER!
l FREE .ESTIMATE tOUPONNO o New 3-tab asphalt ,shingles guaranteed-for 15 years

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I- I OBLIGATION TO BUY I Every now roof from Wards meets strict safety ,
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4 30-Gallon Signature i

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10-YEAR r i Single element money saver ., On Wards Credit Plant
GUARANTEE
Ywi e.t..w footer a Guaranteed 10 years .
free If tank fold due to : Use wide open or tightly closed
defective naterleli or sS$.%EO Automatic thermostat .. ..: .''".
worlunomhtp during Ant Gip % .., i .. Bolts I
easily to masonry, wood, etc.
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50%of current ,
pda plain 10'% for each Hour hoe wil c sO' More hot water at even temp I p I : For homes, trailers, professionals ',
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folli during the lost five Needs no special air vent. !! Reinforced at stress points '#{
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30-Gollon Water Heater .',...o.o.Re" $48 J
Ik I Colors available tFLJ
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Other Sizes Are Also .
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Camper- On Display r ,
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are spending their vacations every faste. including fishing
,I In tents finding it Inexpensiveand golf and hunting equipment
exciting fun for the entire
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With some of the new Iyn&hIde kit t ,
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Wtrd'i new blends on the market, +
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low camping section-every how to dry them as it la to
, thing you need from a camp wash them. One such product h
i stove to family ilze tents and II made up of Orion Sayelle
trailers. which should be tumbler dried
I. M. Cyrus sporting goods if washed in a machine. If the
manager noted that tents and instructions are not followed _
equipment are easy to buy the garment will stretch: beyond
too- pa down and size If
money up any practical
to 24 months to pay. handweshed, air dry. Always .-._ .. -_.. -.-. ._ __..n --
.. M. CYftUS Cyrus added his department read fabric care instructionson D. .. TAYLOR C. I. JOHNSON
I MeagN. gpwtAg 6afia D**. also features a wide selection the hang tat ir.r..r.r .. of boats and boating equip ment ynu'v* purchased.



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Exterior Frame Tent


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11'x'' Fiber glass screens on windows and door
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WESTERN FIELD TRAVELER

I Sleeps 6 . easy to put'up and take down! 105sq. 6
? ;' ft., spacious living area 42 sq. ft. of storage
space I Has screened windows for proper ventilation.
Water repellent, 9 oz. cotton duck tent; sewn-in
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Strong fiber glass hull r ", "
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Remote controls 9 9 9 SPILL PROOF! IMPORT SPECIAL!

Bow and stern lights SPECIAL $AfTY-LocK TACKLE BOX BROWNING .32 AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Special purchase saving I ILeabproof A Belgian-made handgun
900-Ib. trailer rtvefal box for 88 with rifle-accuracy I 1922
ee NO MONEY DOWN spinning, casting tackl. 3 model Is 7"long for proper 25"Since
45-HP Seacapacity King' motor Pvihbtftton dovbU lotk; balance, has a 9-shot dip.
UP TO 2 YEARS TO PAY special design(op thedswatw. With handsome checkered: M..0".,e0".
Two big troy*. 14'/a*. "CMAMI IT" wood grips.ACP col.


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4-pIy Nylon-your best orofectfon against blowoutsl! Full-depthJreada
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has over 2400 traction edges to resist skidding., First In its class

.. for tread-wear and overall performance in recent Texas tests I
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; '" TUIlLESS ILACKWALL Till TUII.TY lLACKWALL Till
t 1: _.Jr 640.15 20.4'._$5' 640.15 17.15' $'.
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670.15 Of' 750.14 20." $5 6.70-15 17.90. $'
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760.15 25.10. $S 7.60.15 24.0' $S'V'
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ADD $3 MORE PER TIRE FOR WHITEWALLS. NO TRADE.IN REQUIRED I
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\t t 0 j RIVERSIDE NYLON ST-107

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NYLON TIRES GUARANTEETough

nylon cord body 1. Aa""' ro.d haxardi for the Best In III clew for overall
M deep sure-frac tread.: ,, z ,e.r"" ipecifled t''",.. Adjuitmenrt prorated performance end safttyl I
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, brighteners for worn sated seats.
55 They take the rough-and-tumble wear of
kids and pet...The ,clear colon go right
through the, man-made fiber-resist stains
,*. ;;.:. .4 and fadin .Cushioned vinyl skirts and back.

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FOR NEW CAR QUALITY 500" SPORTING FLAIR! CLASSIC ELEGANCE! BOTH FRONT and BACK

i WOVEN PLASTIC 1 88
j DIstinguished, moderately Dashing,colorful covers that I You'll agree they're the fin-
priced, smartly styled. 21'88 really change your car's 2388 est. Puffed fabric fory.ar- SEAT COVERS
Vinyl and Jet-spun rayon appearance!Heavy vinyl Is I round comfort, tough for Z 588 Assorted colors Reg. 19.95
for comfort, strength. Cloth 27.95 channel quilted, powerfully ]years ofs.rviceresilientfor
backing at stress points. Reg reinforced at edges. In Reg. 29.95 I glove-like fit. Beige, blue, Reg. 31.95
Blue, green, charcoal, red.. Per mett cart red, blue, charcoal, green.! [charcoal, green.


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