Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00126
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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 22, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00126
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I: Odham Makes Surprise Appearance At Demo Rally J In Mulberry I I

I MULBERRY' Approximately sard L Holland, who Is seeking Al Young said he has served "not to be a representativeof attorney assistant county solicitor Q Qulttman Quinn promised .Its news department to promote -
750 persons who turned reelection to the senate. in the sheriffs department for but of the
any group pen.pie
and legal advisor for td "trim the deadwood from Mattox' campaign for
out for last
I night's political Odham, whose speaking seven years and promised to of Polk County"
rally at Mulberry High School time was limited to five minutes set up,an' office in Mulberry. Kingswood Sprott said, he is various municipalities He said the state's budget" and accused reelection."
heard an unexpected pitch- like all other candidates, Marvin Howard promised to not a candidate for "city he Is running on his "own legislators of "conniv Mattox was awarded rebut
from Brailey Odham, U.S. accused Holland of opposingthe "do my best" and to be avail. judge, state attorney city record of proven ability" and ing together to spend money tal time over the protest of
senatorial candidate from San- "minimum wage law sinceIt able at all times commissioner or county com- asked the voters to "take a Florida could not afford." He Turner, who claimed he had
ford. started at 40 cents aa hour" Peace Justice, District 1 missioner He also claimed good hard look" at what he accused Mattox and others of attacked the Tribune and not
The appearance of Odham "I believe in minimum Virgil Womble promised to that he gained experience In had done In the past. increasing the auto tax; In a Mattox. Mattox: said his name
was a surprise to the crowd wages and in medicare," Od- be available at all times and legislative work by serving as Ray Mattox noted that the "last ditch effort" to raise and picture have been in the
which braved the nippy wind ham claimed. to "put life in the office." administrative assistant to candidates for the Group HI money paper "because I still am your
and mosquitoes to hear candidates After Odham's speech, the George Horned asserted that Polk County's 1963 legislative post all had cited "experience Jack L. Turner accused representative"
for the May 5 primary regularly scheduled candidates he served as a "fair and impartial delegation. He also promisedto as an important requisite for Mattox of claiming "that he Aldine Combee contendedthe
In the sponsoring Democratic settled down to the business peace justice. "sincerely work to reduce this Job" and noted his eight had no choice in the auto tax present commission has
Executive Committee's Group at hand. David Hlggmbottom stated the alarming growth of cost years of service, ""My claimsare increase" and promised to given "advanced and im
I speaking division. Lonnie McClellan cited his he is the writer of three bills of government" not idle promise's! ," he "work and vote for repeal of proved services" and at the
Odham. who identified himself experience with the Lakeland passed by the Florida Legislature Wallace Storey said that said "I will not duck the Issues the increase In the cost of auto same time, "first halting spir-
as a "Democrat" and not Police Department and the and that he has "been he is proud of his baik- ,' but I will stand up and tags." He then launched a sting taxes and then voting a
a Dixiecrat, launched a bar. Polk County Sheriffs Depart. able to do something for Polk ground as an assistant to the fight for what I think is right barrage at the Tampa Tribune,
rage at Polk County's Spes- ment. County," He also promised county judge, assistant county, for the people of Polk County" which he contended "is using (Turn ho Page 2. Column 4)


N.Y. World's Fair Opens

Despite Racial Clashes

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Opens ItsExhibit 1 j, Subway

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Li NEW YORK (AP) Florida YORK (AP) There

opened Its 1964-W World's >,t! were some clashes between police
Fair exhibit today with Its and clvll: rights demonstrators
orange-topped tower vlsibla I today but the World's Fair

across the wide fair grounds 1 ;t kfa'i rm opened on schedule
despite a foggy, wet New There had been threats that
Ribbon-Cuffing At Ward'sM.yor York April day. the fair opening would be disrupted

The pavilion was one of Jour by civil rights groups
H.,.... Griii. l, with I.... iheorv seta the ribbon ,. .ffici.lI, span Montgomery Ward's representing Southern states Violence broke out In a
....tor. ... Memorial Ie l.v.re1. A..illl"l him. It Mrs Harold T. Dater, wife .{ tho itefo monoger.Others that the Congress of '''Racial Queens subway station where

In the picture .re, from the left, Dotter; Griuor.1; Edward S. Dennoll of l.ltimore, vie* pml.dest Equality (CORE) says it will some demonstrators Jumped to
sad 'Mittn* region i ....".,,, for Montgomery W.rd; M... Dater| Mrs.; Griiiora1, eel Marion picket. The others were Mississippi P 7 Jv: ',a a the tracks in the city's first
wash. Mite Ukelen, 1964. (Ledger Photo ly Hushes) Louisiana and"Mary subway lie In.
land. As the 10 am opening
Ili Arrsst.d
time approached, there. were

Thousands On\ Hand As no lips'' of pickets. .with'Twentyfive blood streaming persons, some fromheadland

: Gov ,Ferris his ttat's Bryant. M12 la dedicating acre fares u from wounds '".
suffered in the light with
layout. The orange and crelm
'had been arrested by the time
4 exhibit. wfth- southern' exposure -
New Ward' -Store on Flushing's Meadow the fair opened
Opens Tae incident started
i Lake is the second largest at subway
"when someone pulled an emergency
the fair behind New
cord that brought a trainto
By TOM HUGHES; Lard took the large gold-col store and Polk County were Stat. .. a Jarring halt.
Ledger Staff Writer ored shears and cut the red introduced It is located on the same Some demonstrators aboard
In the
site as Florida's building
Montgomery Ward's new ribbon which was strung along Dater, the store manager, 1939 New York World Fair the train leaped to the tracks
modern store at 1026 E. Memorial the front of the store. acted while others tried to obstruct
as ceremonies -
Assisting the mayor was Press TourA Pulled doors of the train.
Demonstrators From Train
Blvd. swung wide its Mrs. Harold T. Doster, wife and after the band playedthe Florida press tour of the Three white women were
doors to thousands of shoppersthis of the Lakeland Ward manager National Anthem Doster main exhibit hall, the porpoise
two floating buildings on Policemen Bull e deg' ..,hit .'.....".,..to, from a 'ear of the Now Yerk-Fluihlnf subway line,. among those arrested. They
witha pool
morning as official ribbon who cut the ribbon welcomed those who had chanted "Freedom now" and
set of scissors the lake and a model Florida .t 'It* Mop .t the J.c..... Height itoNon, In New Ysrk.todey .! 'It sears the W..I..'. Pair site,
gathered for the store opening "Just like Birmingham" on arriving -
held at 1:30: o'clock. A short ceremony proceeded house preceded the pavilion'sopening f"AP Wlrepfcoto) at a police station
Persons watched while the ribbon cutting in which There followed a series i to the public. The demonstration bad been
Lakeland Mayor Harold Griz- various dignitaries from the of introductions and short The $3.5 million exhibit fea- planned largely as a ItallIthe -
speeches Introduced were Edward tures $100,000 worth of Florida U.S. Asking Khrushchev Keep deliberate stalling of automobiles I

S. Donnell of Baltimore, landscape, Including. palm to block traffic leading i
vice president and eastern trees to the fair
Rejected Suitor region manager for Montgom The porpoise pool witha Police spotted a number of

ery Ward, Keith A Brooks, expected gallery to seating be one 1,800 of-thefair' is Control Of Cuban Trigger Finger stalled cars and towed them

metropolitan district manager, away, but traffic appeared
hits. The main
Marion Weeks Miss Lakeland big exhibits lighter than usual. Many motorists -
Takes Own LifeA 1964, Sheriff Monroe Brannen hall features a collection WASHINGTON (AP) The "Any action on their part to the Soviet troops which went who ordinarily pass the
and William T. Schroter,presIdent of famous paintings, In- United States is trying to get atop that would be a very serious into the island In 1962 when the fairgrounds area in commutingfrom
I of the Lakeland Greater cluding works by Veronese, Soviet Premier Khrushchev to action We have so In- Soviet Union was Installing nuclear Long Island to New York
Chamber of Commerce. Rubens, Cezanne Renoir and formed them and their friends missiles with which it apparently took other I'
and one-bedroom trailer. He was City
rejected suitor shot Kokoschka keep a restraining hand on Fidel
The new store offers 120- The President did not say could have launched a direct attack routes.
dead arrivalat
killed himself about midnight: pronounced on 000 square feet of floor space, The 100-foot tower dominate Castro's trigger finger when what friends of the Castro regime on the United States.
Lakeland General Hospital.
last night while his former including the main store, 14- the state's exhibit whose he gives the Cuban leader con he had in mind( but the It was this action which produced Tow Cars Numerous
friend sat terrified by her Adkmson was a native of the car service center, and out next door neighbor Is a copy implication was clear enough the crisis which was Richard Whalen, an Associated
girl arsenal
trol of a modern of antiaircraft
the state of Washington and had door and seasonal sales space. of Columbus' ship, the Santa that he was speaking of the broken when Khrushchev withdrew Press newsman flying In
listened to
and missiles In the future
telephone lived here since 1941, He wan a Included are 47 merchandise Maria. Russians the missiles. Soon afterward a helicopter, said policemenwere
shotgun blast.Pronounced. self veteran of the Korean War. departments covering a Florida Citrus Queen, Nancy Ironically, the present uneasy he began a slow with-, posted In pairs along the
dead of a of motives behind
Survivors include his father, 0. wide selection of personal and Collins of Winter Park, was This is one two fears of a new Cuban crisis drawal of the combat forces:fair approaches 'and that numerous -
Inflicted 12gauge shotgun Ad. A. Adkinson, DeFunlak Springs, household Items. an early vilitor.Agriculture an unusual series of public arise from the apparently Imminent -which he had introduced and tow cars were parked
wound was Edwin Filder two sisters, Mrs T. C Adams The Lakeland store, the Commissioner statements and secret diplomatic success of the United US. officials now expect the beside the highways
Oleander Circle -
klnson 32, rf 47 the and Mrs. E. D. Whltwood both seventh large retail store Doyle Conner accompanied the moves warning\ the Cubans States In achieving one of Its last contingent: of around 3,000 I James Farmer, national director
a dispatcher for city of Lakeland; one brother, O D. Ward has opened in Florida, 70.man Florida press delegation against shooting down any major objectives the with officers and men to leave in the of the Congress of Racial
light and water department Adkinson, California, one niece will employ about 300 men that came north on a of the U.S. photo-reconnais drawal from Cuba of the last of'next two or three weeks Equality who said he would lead
Suicide Ruled and eight nephews. Funeral and women. About 83 per chartered plane Tuesday The lance planes which periodically the peaceful demonstrations inside

Peace Justice Thomas Lang- services will be announced by cent of the employes are from. press group Included Ledger fly over their island the fair, said they were intended -
ston this morning ruled suicide Gentry.Morrison Funeral Home. the Lakeland area. staff writer Dave Pratt. U, S. Won't Tolerate It to spotlight the Issues

in Adkinson's death, who was The other purpose Is to try to between the "glitter and the
killed by one blast from the get Prime Minister Castro and fantasy of the World's Fair and
shotgun Into his chest when ,.... his advisers to understand that, the real world of discrimination -
he pulled the trigger with a - as one official here put It, "We RACE FOR GOVERNORCandidates I ."
just won't tolerate any interference Farmer led demonstrators in
toe.Lakeland police said the former with those overnights a march from a mid-Manhattan

girl friend told them that N about midnight last night she : : 1.7" 1.- w ," Their where they boarded a Long Island -
received a call from the man ; Officials here say privatelythat Step Up Rail Road train for the
who informed her that if she f e if Castro shoots down 'a I
(Turn to Page 2, Column
did not love him he was goingto U.S. plane he will have to ex- Statewide Drive For VofesBy
shoot himself as he "Didn'thave pect a quick and violent retails 1)I
anything to live for tlon But so far, no one in a I I

He told the girl that he was position of authority has been By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'High, speaking at Fort Walton !
going to shoot himself with a willing to say what form such Six Democrats and three Republicans Beach, pressed his qualifications !
shotgun as he had been "prac retaliation would take geared up today to as a trade booster with Latin 11'
Using" how to do it by puttingthe At the time a U.S, U2 photo open the throttles wide on the America

muzzle of the weapon to reconnaissance plane was shot massive final blitz of campaign High said one of his major ,
his chest and pulling the trigger down over Cuba during the October -ing before the first primary that projects as governor would be I Page
with his toe, according to 1962 missile crisis, there
is traditional In Florida politics to develop the heretofore untapped -
police. was widespread talk in Washington The candidates considered the commercial and Industrial Amusements .... ...... 20
Hears Explosion that if another such incident ten days leading up to the week potential of trade between I Business News ...... 13

The woman told the man occurred the United States end before the Tuesday (May S) Florida and Latin America Bridge .................... 12
that she did not love him and w would knock out the Cuban antiaircraft election day to be crucial In I The verbal feud between Sen. Crossword Puzzle .. 21
that ," missile bases by selective -their efforts to sell the voters on John Mathews and
way Mayor Hay-
to "quit talking tl'A bombing attack their candidacies. Comics ................ 20-21
When she told him that, she don Burns, both of Jacksonville,
said, she heard an explosionand The latest of the new warn- At a press conference in Talla continued as they scrapped for Classified ............ 22-23

heard him fall. She ings to Cuba came from Presl basses, Fred Dickinson of West hometown votes Deaths ....................... 2

screamed, she told police and, 1a dent Johnson Tuesday in talking Palm Beach announced he I Mathews, touring Hillsborough Dear Abby ................ 21

because the phone was off the to a group .of newsmen at would follow that tradition by,County, said Tuesday Burns was EditorialsHoroscope ................ 4
other end of the the White House speeding up his stumping for
book at the "It is essential that we mam-- the Democratic nomination.In making new charges against ................ 20
line, had to run to a public him in violation of the state law
phone to call the department taro surveillance and know all sections of the state, which banned new charges within Television ..............? 21

Patrolmen G. E. Nipper and whether any missiles are being the candidates were bearing 18 days of the primary. Sports ............ 19
W J. Connell were sent to the Shoppers Jam New Store shipped into Cuba. We will haveto down on alleged weaknesses of Mathews said Bums accused Weather Map ...........11

scene where lying they in the found dining Adkinson -. of ..11..4.... of ihoppen are .....w.. here .1 they poured 'Into Hie new Montgomery Wars'tor. and maintain overflights.our"reconnaissance the President their their opponents personal and platforms.the strengthof him of killing a redevelopment Women . .... 8.7

room kitchen area of his .Her it .,.*.' for "d.... skis morning.. said. j Miami Mayor Robert King (Turn to Page 2, Column 8) | i
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THE APARTMENTS I 2 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April a, I9t4 Candidates N. Y. World's Fair Opens


_ _ __ CHECK THEM. NOWI _u .1 Odham Makes Surprise Step Up Despite Racial Clashes

Appearance At Rallytax Vote Drivesproject fairgrounds to picket certain Including civil disobedience" be.

state and commercial exhibits. aid.Fair

FLORIDA NATIONAL'S"OPEN reduction" The present J, H. Kegley emphasized because a law partner Farmer carried a cattle prod, official, after of national meeting

commission has "built more that he Is a strong believerIn owned land nearby. Mathew a battery-powered pole that produces with representatives
roads than commission in said when CORE issued statement Tues
any organized labor and for an electric shock
said he
supported legislation
recent years," he noted. he agrees: "The present com fromthe pressed against cattle or people.He day saying. "We reserve all our
the but
project got no help
DOOR" POLICY Bob Jones gave the peoplean mission is a good commission also carried a placard that rights to hold CORE Its officials

inside report on the election but I think It can be said: "This is a cattle prod used and the demonstrator"
results by identifying him better" criminally and civilly liable.
Louisiana police.
self as "your next county commissioner Francis Pipkin accused /' Pal' .( ;t by He said CORE members had "Any attempt by CORE to Intrude -

Simplifies Automobile from District I." He Woods of purchasing corrugated come from Missouri Mississippi on private property for

Financing promised to treat "all citizensI9Tie metal pipe for $9 per Duval County legislative del. Louisiana Florida and other secondary boycotting purposes
Is illegal and irresponsible the
foot when the bid price was
egation. states
$7.50 per foot and then "wait- statement said.
: Ing 13 months to pay for it." Mathews also said Dickinsonwas I "I personally am going todemonstrate The fair adopted a regulation

""I, .. He also said he "will not wait changing tactics in mid against the Louisiana prohibiting demonstrations parades .
stream. He said Dickinson once pavilion" Farmer said.
four years to grade your congregations picketingor
c.R .L6'ptw fairly and equal/! and to roads." called for a united Sunshine 5,909 Cm Duty other similar acts on the

have "an open door for suggestions Woods was granted rebuttal State but was now plugging reinforcedby grounds without a written permit .
and criticisms time on the hospital and pipe himself as a south Florida boy About 2,000 police from the fair corporation.It .

Joseph F. Sedmera promised charges. He said It would Finally Mathews called for nearly 3,000 private guards trafficmoving said violators would be "sub

to work for adoption "of a plan take a legislative act to establish annual sessions of the Legislature were on duty to keep ject to ejection from the fair

I for the future" of Polk County a trusteeship for the to allow wiser budgetingand arrest and prosecution.

and for a "master road plan." hospital and "I will fight this spending and he hit at Sen. I Ceurt Order Defied
He also said he would workto as long as I am your county Scott Kelly saying the Lakeland ..tr911t Pill' f'
"provide adequate accessto commissioner." Noting that candidate had promised to four . The stall-In leaders went
all public lakes." the hospital recently was "ac lane "about 1,000 miles of roadsin ahead with their plans despite a
County Commission,District S credited for three years for Florida." and quell any disorderly court order with possible con

a James Musso said he will the first time in its history. Rep. Fred Karl remained in demonstrations. Wire mesh tempt of court citations and despite -
4FMf work "for vocational and tech- he theorized a trusteeship Daytona Beach Tuesday He stockades were built at the fair pleas from other civil

nical centers in the county." "would take management of said that if elected he would see The Harlem Parents Committee rights groups Mayor Robert F.

'He added "I don't care where the hospital out of the handsof to it that members of the legislature in a telegram Tuesday to Wagner and U.S. senators that
they're located but Polk County elected officials" Woods who are paid fees by the United Nations Secretary.( en. they can it off
needs them." Musso also said the pipe was bought with state would draw their last pay eral U Thant, asked U.N. intervention Their aim the demonstration

cited his experience on the out bids because of an check, "against containment of organizers laid, was to call attention -
Lakeland City Commissionand "emergency" and denied thatit Terming such fees "an obvious Negroes in concentration camp to their dissatisfaction
ww.. on the board of trusteesfor was paid for 13 months conflict of interest," Karl stockades at the World's Fair with the pace of integration

..' :.. the Lakeland General Hos later. laid a code of ethics for memo tomorrow. efforts. Their actions were not
pitaL State Senate bers of the Legislature must be The stall-In tactic devised by because: of any grievance
1.. W. Dunson promptly Ben Hill Griffin Jr. said he developed. the Brooklyn chapter of the Congress against the fair they said.
answered "I think we have an Is running "on my record of Racial Equality. was
Burns la Wauchula
I applicant for a hospital administrator rather than my opponent's i rejected by the national CORE

up here if you demerits." He also promisedto Burns was In Wauchula Tuesday ', which suspended the chapter. Former Roosevelt
Buying your new automobile should be a pleasurenot know of anyone who Is look. keep the campaign "clean"and hitting at the President'scivil The Bronx Queens and Manhattan -
Jog for one." Dunson said the said he carried "one of rights bUL He said U the I CORE chapters plus other
a chore. Come talk to one of our friendlyauto county hospital Is "run by an the heaviest workloads of any bill passed the Congress, "We militant civil rights groups support Wife Fined $250In

advisory board" and that the legislator" during his present must decide the question ourselves the plan.
loan officers. Discover how
uncomplicated, present commission is "proudof representative term. either to lie down and Stall-in leaders planned to put Bomb
and how economical financial for the record it has lit." He Qullllan Yancey claimedthat let the bill steam roll over us 2,000 cars on highways to'the
arrangements claimed that Musso previouslyhad "my opponent's record is or use every legal means to protest fair and then have them "run

car can become at Florida Notional promised to make every ample 1 opportunity to vote the rights of citizens and out of gas" or "break down" ANGELES (AP) Mrs.
your Polk County road a "Cypress against l him." He also said he free enterprise in the state." Another reported tactic was to I Mlnnewa Bell Roosevelt was

Gardens" and claimed the has "no ambition to use this Kelly also urged defeat of the have two such cars bump, so fined $290 Tuesday for falsely
county "can't afford that. office as a steppingstone to civil rights bill. He termed it the drivers could stop and Investigate ! reporting a bomb aboard an air
County Commission, District 1 the governor's chair" and the greatest threat to the U.S. the "accident" liner.

"At hug as ihtrt'i t Icitfana, Hurt will Floyd Woods also cited the that he does not "intend to Constitution and Bill of Rights Mrs. Roosevelt, 52, Is the former
accomplishments of the present spend large sums of money and personal freedom, He saida MO Demonstrators to Attend wife of Elliott Roosevelt

be si flotilla National Bank" commission and promised in this office." vote for Kelly was a vote Norman Hill national program son of the late President, and

"four more years of "dedicated School Board District 4 against the bill. director for CORE, said I sister of Rep Alphonzo E. Bell

full-time service. He Austin T. Race charged that Dickinson told newsmen in 500 demonstrators-Including at Jr. R-Calif.
also noted that he Is the only the "smokescreen laid down Tallahassee that the allegation least 200 from Southern states- She told police she missed the

commissioner in the state to by those seeking the second that he was the crown prince of would picket sit-in and lien at plane last Jan 27 and hopedthe
be appointed to the State best site for the permanent location the Bryant administration was II pavilions. bomb report would bring It
man" and promised to work of Polk Junior College ridiculous adding that the Totes "We plan a number of tacticsQNttuartu back.
for industrial development"He has overshadowed the real knew It was ridiculous.
accused the commission of problems facing the board."

1 1 disregarding an advisoryboard He listed these problems as Sinkhole Near I ITOM
recommendation that "future growth and desegregation
the county hospital be placed ," Noting that his opponent Haven 'Growls'
under a trusteeship and .
WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT was charging him with f.
Commission on Aging. creating dissension among And Drops Anew M. GASTON I Funeral services will be announced -
George R. Burt called himself board members Race said Tom M. Gaston. 62, of 319 by Gentry.Morrison.
"successful business-
a that during the past year South New York Ave., died last Funeral Home.
claimed he will work to remove -
there was dissension on the '' night at a Bartow hospital Mr.
lorida's latest sinkhole swallowed
of the hospital -
Lake Alfred City Commission Gaston native of Spartan-
was a
"from politics. eight truckloads of fill,
- 60 per cent of the time aa burg S. C. and came here 14 Funeral
- - ---- --- -- ---- -- -- and growled for more today. services for James
i compared to 30 per cent of The State Highway Patrol years ago. He was a member of Edwin Miller of 508 East Bay.
the time on the school board.R. the Church.
closed the Winter Haven-Waft- Presbyterian who died Saturday were held
L. Brumbaugh a member neta road again and road repair Mr. Gaston Is survived by his yesterday at the GentryMorrison
of the Lake Alfred City widow, Mrs. Beatrice E. Gaston ChapeL The Rev Thomas
crews headed anew for the
LAST 3 DAYS Commission, explained that scene, 4 ; one son Mason Gaston, G. Butler pastor of the Lake
"dissension on the commission took not to too Shelby, N C.[' his lather and Wire Church of Christ 'offici-
They care get
was over principles. close 'while "growling" still mother Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ated. Burial was in Oak Hill
Saying It is time "to start Gaston, Duncan, S. c.; one Burial Park.Pallbearers.
could be heard from the restless
getting things done," he brother, J. W. Gaston Jr. Ly--I were George
cavein 10 to 20 feet below
1 charged that Race has "reached area. man, S. C.; three sisters, Mrs. Owen George Braswell H. C.
the surface.A
a point where it is impossible six-foot-hole Tuesday Mary Gee, Spartanburg, S. C, Rowlett. K. H. Stalnut. Felix:
for him to get cooperation Miss Margie Gaston Duncan, Anthony and Barrett
and support of other morning, blocking traffic on both S. C. and Mrs. Aline Salley, I Max
board members." He added lanes of the busy highway After Salley S. C.
rl; that there is a "lack of harmony the road's underpinnings appeared Funeral services will be held WINTER KATHERINE IIENDRICIC
have ceased crumbling
and progress" on the tomorrow morning at 9:30 Catherine Doreen
I Ii eight loads of rock and dirt Hendrick,
present board. o'clock at the Dukes-Steen Funeral of 308 1st Terrace NW. died
School Board District 1 were dumped Into the water- Home with the Rev How unexpectedly at her residence

i A B I Dora Cox Phillips also mentioned lined, Inverted-funnel type hole ard Anderson officiating. Burial yesterday morning

the junior college for and highway 659 was reopenedto will be in Spartanburg, S. C.'riends Mrs. Hendrick was a nativeof
I the first time in her campaign traffic at 3.15: p. m. may call tonight from Winter Haven attended Jo-

by saying "where the collegeis About 3 a. m. today another 7 f to I o'clock at the funeral cal schools and was a member -
located Is not the basic issue sudden sag made the road impassable home. of the First Baptist Church

but where it will serve once more She had been employed by the
the needs of the greatest num.ber MRS. MAY W. PANNACIMrs. Star Press of Winter Haven for

of students at the lowest Jacksonville'sPolice May W. Pannacl!, 8of many ye.rs.Survivors .
cost to the taxpayers." the Bethany Retirement Homeldied are her husband

Seth McKeel! cited his business yesterday at the home. She Leo Hendrick of Cocoa; a
All with TUFSYN & 3-T NYLON background as being Working was a native of Versailles, Ky., daughter, Miss Kay Hendrick j

helpful in management of and came here five years ago. Winter Haven; a son. Larry THendrick .,
Tufsyn-tougheil rubber ever nod b Goodyear Tim.' school affairs "especially in She was a member of the : Winter Haven; a slier
the building programs." lie Prolonged Hours Presbyterian Church. I Mrs. Elsie Carter Chicopee

also cited his two terms on Mrs. Panned is survived by Mass; two brothers. Earl]

TUBE-TYPE TUBELESS 4 the board of trustees for the JACKSONVILLE CAP ) .- one brother, Dewees W. Williams ! Carlisle EnId Okla.: and Harry!
school board. Policemen worked on prolonged Versailles, Ky. and a Carlisle Sarasota I
School Superintendent shifts today against a wave of niece of Auburndale. I Funeral services will be held]
Bill Read promised to vandalism and racial unrest Funeral services were held at 10 a m. Thursday at the Crisp
"bring harmony" to the su that ended three-week truce Oak Hill Cemetery at 10 o'clock Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Dr. |
4.JO perintendent's office and said Monday. this morning with the Rev. EvertA. Albert L. Carnets pastor of the

FOR FOR he has "one qualification thatis Two bus driven and a garbage Cremer officiating. Burial First Baptist Church will officiate.

sadly lacking in our pres- truck worker all white, was under the direction ofDukesSteen .
ent superintendent the mu- were attacked Funeral Home. Burial will follow !in the Oak-
reported to police they
_ $ / tual respect and close harmony by bands of teen-age Negroes lawn Cemetery. Friends may
with FRANELL PRIEST call this from 9 to 9p.m
44 teachers, administrators in a Negro section of evening
$55' and other school personnel lacksonville. Franell Priest\ bulldozer operator at the Crisp Funeral

." He contended "teacher There were numerous incidents of Williaton, died yesterday -Chapel

confidence and morale is of vandalism mostly broken at Lakeland General Hos
'.. ."phoe la MM)401c111re1. a c t..50 114 SJO IS i at an all-time low" and said ,pits He was 42. SERVICES FOR MR. SLEETII
or K phi tos Md I oU tin.. windows This was a type
\ the of the Mor WINTER HAVEN Funeral
superintendent cannot engage He was a member -
which accompanied
FAMOUS POPULARFAMOUS POPULARAllWeather"42" in "political activity"and of vandalism unrest here a rison Baptist Church. American services for Douglas A. Sleeth.
still do his Job. Legion Post 49 in Williston and 74. of 154 Avenue H. S.E.. who
All-Weather"42" Shelley S. Boone answered month ago and in I960. was a veteran of World War II died at his residence Saturday

Read's charges of disharmonyby POULTRY & EGGS i Survivors include his widow, night following a lengthy illness
asking "Would the teach- Mrs. Iris Priest and a son Richard were held this afternoonat

ers be getting out after school TAMPA Ap'-It. M.k.L ,tal. to CUlbreath both of Willis- 2 p.m. at the Chapel of the

hours and campaigning for .......ilK..... ,wnat weiek0 aaC ..,.. P. ton; his mother Mrs. Lola Priestof Crisp Funeral Home.
me, if this lack of harmony 0.- w":5 I.. Williston: a brother. Jake The Rev. J. N. Barnett pastor
existed?" Boone also noted e, A U*. 17 M JIib41..e.4t C_ Priest of Plant City and a of the First Christian

GOODYEAR NAUON-WIDE"NO LIMIT*BUAIANTrC the March 28 edition (Progress .!..odl.n!*.. 14 ilM 33IIMM.JI1 Jl .ham J*! granddaughter.Funeral Church officiated. .
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pages MB. be In Williston. Gentry-
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I asked if this would be a1sardM MhM WINTER HAVEN Funeral
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moro than 80.000 Goodyow OtOtn In the United. StetM md Canada i. going on." CATTLE AUCTIONS E. Wellington. 88. of 136: baugh Smith, 38, were held yesterday -
will alas Bowone on a M* tire biRd en origin treed depth MOUNTING! Idaho Ave. died this morningat morning at I a m. at St.
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LAKELAND LEDGER. WtdiMMiay. AprU 22. 111M J jI
I State Senator Slays Negro KidnapeiLAKE t ....,.;.. ''''' -

PLACID (AP-State. live at gunpoint until Davis arrived hand in front of him as he walk. Ironing board.
Sen. Hayward H. Davis killed( ,
He, too, taken
an unidentified armed Negro tive. was cap ed Cautiously toward the house. Davis fired again and hit tin e
with two shotgun blast Tuesday Davis waited In a bedroom man in the leg
Mrs Davis
was forced to bind
night after the man had terror- and her husband with his gun Davis, a Democrat of thi '
Ized the family for four gag with neckties 40th senatorial is '
hours. and other improvised material One Barrell Fired district serving APRIL IS
the Highlands County Sheriffs Davis his first term. He was bon
office was forced into a As his wife and her
reported. closet captor in Clewiston and is married t<
Deputy Bob Barringer aid walked down a hallway past the'the former Carol Ann Ruttlnger
the Intruder. had abducted The gunman ordered Mrs. bedroom. Davis fired one barrel --------- --- - -
Davis' wile Carol In the family Davis Davis to auto.Meanwhile accompany. him In the chest.It struck. the intruder in the I MOVED TO DRESS MONTHMAAS

auto leaving Davis bound and 118 W. LEMON ST.
fagged in a closet Davis worked free Barringer said reflex action
Davis, 35. worked free armed and armed himself with his caused the Negro's finger to Lanier Upshaw a'
himself with a shotgun and double-barreled"I shotgun tighten on the trigger of bis pistol ! INC .... 1 ... _
blasted the Negro when he knew somehow or otherthey It fired twice One bullet r.rkln. trwn. _.oa 1 r '
re- aiutemw .. .
turned to the home with Mrs. would return," he said struck the ceiling, the other any I aIII . ._
Shortly thereafter the Davis
Davis to pick up her driver's license -
car pulled into the drive and
Barringer said.
Mrs. Davis and her captor f
Family 'Shaken Up' emerged

Barringer said the family was"quite They walked toward the f1 j
shaken up" by the ordeal house. The man had his left ... ,1 ; I
around Mrs. Davis' :
but none of them was injured. arm ntCk; '
The deputy said the man throat and _held a pistol in his right TIME i. :! ,
ened to kill Davis, his wife, their I ,
IOn, 2\i years, and their 13- ( cr u r ,y.PtU .
month-old daughter. I ELECT iCIIANGE .,..... \ .' t I
The slam I .
man was driving an : I
automobile with Georgia license
tags and. an attempt was made JOSEPH 'F. .
to establish hisIdentity through' to . t
the registration 'I; rT1\
As investigators reconstructed: SEDMERACOUNTYCOMMISSIONER' I ? . ? J t ,_ Y 11111 S
the case: Ii I 'r FLORSHEIM
Mrs Davis and her children I '
were alone In their home.30
miles west of Lake Okeechobee' hand-woven ., I Ir
in south central Florida Tuesday! 'i;
afternoon when the Negro ''' U'
knocked and asked to see her I DISTRICT e' all-leather i" I IA
husband. He said he had car ,
trouble and needed help He left &W Basketweave 1\
when Mrs. Davis told him her !
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husband was away and she 1I ,
I .could not help him 11 l"II I Ie

Davis Taken CaptiveShe I I lighter'. .. _

' took the children shopping) 4 k Softer il / '-
and returned home. They got i I I : ,
into swim suits and went to a i :i /
I nearby lake. When they returned n l'
to the house they found the il
I :r
man awaiting them.Theauallant itt 11'
held them cap-, ,

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4 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, April 22. 1M4 Both Parties Fear

LEDGER EDITORIALSEmbarrassing Crisis If Racial

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I: ..E'.: : Conflict Continues

\\,1 r NameThere's e i By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTONWhen the leaders of both parties In
have said be-
the Senate just
an oppressive silence in the National States Rights Party pi esldeh- the comes of major Importance as

.:, camp of Southern' racists when the tial candidate was named in a news leaders Democratic of the parties Republican in and the timely counsel to those who

: : name of John Kasper is brought up. story out of Nashville, Tennessee involving j United States Senate Join together lead the following to violence the paths that

of the a charge of contributing to to warn the organizersof
and lots
And with reason. Lots ....-.. .. -. '_::. demonstrations -
so-called Smart Boyi of while supremacy the delinquency of a 14-year-old Negro public on THE JOINT STATEMENTissued

by Kas gul The charge was dismissed for lack .. ... Wednesday by Senator
taken In completely
racial -
were .4 JIll ILNIIr- the
. .. Hubert H. Humphrey, of Min-
of after the girl testified that ---
per when he came on the scene several proof that they nesota. Democratic majority
the she had been molested by one of must not violate -
and proclaimed himself whip and by Senator Thomas
years ago
savior of the segregated way of life Kasper's employes in his auto shop, Y.:.:.:..:....-...- of the the land.Jaws It H. Kuchel, of California Republican
Kasper was unmasked as a charle and that Kasper was elsewhere in the '0 1' It a significant minority,whip readsas
at the time.TilE I i' indication o I follows:
Investigations shop
tan by the first Florida Legislative the great con- "Civil wrongs do not bring

Committee In 1956, the a r,, cern that per civil rights\ Cival disobedience -

committee found a photo of Kasper STATES RK.IITS party dig- t. 1. ..," ..ti n vades the congress does not bring equal

dancing with a Negro girl in a Northern niUry said, after the trial: "All I wantto today protection under the lawt

bistro and learned that he "spoke do is lead a nice peaceful life for- -. - - LAWRENCE lest the "civilrights" Disorder and order does not bring law
conflict bring a national -
with a forked tongue" in matters of get about all this controversy, and crisis. "We are standing for law

race relations. This was understand- operate'an auto repair shop. The joint statement was followed and order We are working

ably embarrassing to such people as Members of the States Rights Party by a pointed affirma- for fair play. And we are
the Klan the Knights of the White rti tion of support by President working for equal protection
Sheriff Willis V McCall, of neighboring Johnson at his newt confer under the laws for all American
Lake County who had made a trip Camellia, and other supremacy organ- ? 4 ence. For these utterances citizens This Is the pur-

all the way to Delaware and appearedwith izations, no doubt would also likeKasper + are the first that have been pose of the civil rights bill

Kasper at an antiIntegrationrally. to run his shop and keep his specifically directed by government "The right of petition Is a

name out of the public prints. Isn't spokesmen here to basic right in America, but it
b-t '+b: J the demonstrator., who now also is basic to our system of
it a shame that the Kasper name keeps
are being told that what they government that there must
IN ItFUNr PEARS, Kasper has popping up, and that some people are doing may do more harm be respect for the law No

been pretty much forgotten. His name won't let the States Rights Party for than good to their cause one can condone violation of
It I. only a few weeks ago the law. The main reason we
did come up last weekend The former get how stupid it was THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE when Representative Adam are advocating the civil rights

Clayton Powell chairman of bill Is because too many states
the House committee on edu- and too many Individuals are
cation and labor and one of defying the law of our Con
I The Commie Split the most prominent of the stitution and are denying Constitutional -

? Negro clergymen in the coun- rights to our fellow I-
Is There A 'Pure' Race
The Soviet Communist Party has be closer in touch with the parties In try, addressed a mast meeting citizens
of demonstrators at Cam- "Those who are struggling
made a switch In formally proposinga which pro-Chinese factions are strong EDITOR: : I wish to acknowledge bridge, Maryland. At transcribed for civil rights will help their

world meeting of Communist partiesin For Americans, the dispute Is still the correction which Dr The Ledger's LegislateBrotherhood by the National Broad cause greatly by conducting
how to not whether to casting Company's radio service their peaceful crusade with the
formally proposing n world meeting over bury us, Albert Garner gave in his let forebear-
he declared: same good manners,
of Communist parties next fall to bury us. But the dispute is gdod news, ter printed in The Ledger on Opinion ance and devotion so abundantly

thresh out the Soviet.Chinese disputesand just the same So serious a division in April 12 In the light of this o4itoriol Ml .,.., features of:the The civil strictly rights social bill "IT IS DIVINELY right for displayed last August

"restore harmony" Earlier, it was the hostile alliance weakens it for the letter, it is obvious that the the ..nowtpopor. own opinion! now before the Senate are rev Martin Luther King to break In the civil rights march on
en mottori ot currant Intorott the law In Montgomery. Alabama Washington.
Red China which demanded such a struggle with the free world. reference to the alleged Biblical In the *d toriol column. It olutionary in their scope, for It Is divinely right for

meeting, while Russia resisted Several Moreover, the open quarrel among curse on the Negro madeat wolcomot 'h. pinions .t they would endeavor to enforce the students In Jackson. "VIOLENCE IS the very antithesis
conviction that Washington meeting and roadiu in the 1 Voice of trio by law the concept of of law and order. illegal
such meetings were held, Including one Communists implies a a Ptoplo Column L.H.rt mutt Mississippi last night to break
brotherhood for which
formal in 1960. Agreement was: war with the free world Is not imminent reported in the press, was by b. tlgntd" end boor the writ- great the law in Jackson Mississippi disturbances, demonstrations -
one .. ... teachers and moralists have It't for which lead to violenceor
the someone else. 1 am sorry for .r'. address, but .. will right
reached on paper several times, yet no matter how bloodthirsty lie withhold upon ..qu.... A pleaded largely in vain for the people of Harlem to break to injury, strike grievous
: the dispute broke out again and has Chinese Communist leaders talk. Their the error. 1 do not desire to loHor should' not .> .td 250 many ages.However. the law and keep their kids blows at the cause of decent

actions are much more moderate than misrepresent anyone. words, end vono connot .. regrettable, common out of school yesterday. It't civil rights legislation,
grown worse. Dr Garner of "urt. u.... Tho Led,.. roitrvit
spoke for
my observation Indicates that divinely right the people
their words, proving they, too, have a the right to roo The present Soviet proposal implies belief in the trustworthinessof or shorten It. Opinions. ofcolumnittt the more differences there are of Cambridge Maryland to
a belief by Nikita Khrushchev that by healthy respect for the military and the story.' It has never end othtr contributor between Individuals I and break: the law until they havea N r tfona.llfllat )
economic might of the United States .pp.., .litwhoro .. groups-ethnically, religiouslyand share in making the law" ,
fall he will have lined up overwhelming occurred to me to regard this
this Mr. Powells line of
and its allies.Arguments. pete In other ways-the more argu-
support among the Communist account in the ninth chapterof unacceptable they are to one ment has since then been repeated -
over whether the dispute Genesis a* anything but often other Unruly demonstrations and
by Negro
parties of the world-just as ear- another; the lest the differences -
is one over Communist doctrine factual and credible How. the more acceptable leaders and recently planswere protests that bring hardship,
lier Chinese proposals implied a Chin- ever, I have hot been able to announced that a demonstration and unnecessary inconvenience
or over Chinese versus Russian national I should say the so-called Examples abound If outstand
ese belief that Chairman Mao's "line"would find in It any Indication that might take the formof to others even by those
white for the idea of
race a
interests tend to off the ing current ones were needed
have the most appeal. the curse was of divine origin ia fiction. Whu stalling traffic on streets who have long suffered In-
pure race pure the little Island of Cyprus
track. Clearly both factors are involved For the take of accuracy, Is so naive as to believe that could be used where Greeks and highways to the World dignities-are not helping the
Some of the efforts the Soviet leaden and Just as clearly both sides It might be noted that the there has been no racial interbreeding and Turks are killing one another Fair in New York particu- cause of civil rights. Indeed

have been making to line up support choose to pretend it is entirely over curse was not pronounced on during the several ; or vut India where larly on opening day. Hence they are hurting our effortsIn
Dr Garner states what President Johnson and congress to peas on effective -
were regional party meetings in Communist doctrine and both chooseto Ham aa thousand years of human history Hindus and Moslems are engaged ..
..iilad as is popularly believed '? The fact if, of course , civil rights .
March throughout the Soviet union, use Communist channels to fight and but on Canaan, one of the four lhatj/acial lines have been ki similar activities younger citizens ts thl'' community Johnson said to
with leaders from Moscow to Regardless how Idealistically hit conference on
present to negotiate nuns of Ham. This complicates crossed and recroused con 1 newt
present the case for Khrushchev; national Americans need to keep an efforts to view all the tmually in both time and desirable. It would be legally It means a great deal to all Thursday:
open difficult to compel social "We do not of course, condone -
central committee meet.. descendants of Ham as in a space of us when we are shown that ,
party mind and look beneath the surface. subordinate and servile position contacts and relationships violence or taking the
A professor of anthropology we have a place In the work-
ings in the Fast European Communist Anything can happen, and the unex- Moreover it is not only puts it this way: 'It is honestly where not mutually agreeable. ings of our community. What law into your own hands or
countries following prolonged consultations but both unbiblicaland Before broad social changescan threatening the health or
pected often does puerile impossible to tell scientifically works more in and for our
in Moscow of their leaden with In and unscientific to attempt to where one race stops truly be effected, such at city more than the Lakeland safety of our people. You
military economic power of Noahto in the civil really do the civil rights causeno
the Moscow leaders. relate the three tons and the next begins Skin are Incorporated Ledger?
Russia is so overwhelmingly more the so-called modem race. color from rights bill, widespread Individual SHEILA good when you go to thin
grades one FERGUSON
Support is beginning to come In, the powerful that the Chinese are unlikelyto A careful study makes it into the next without any race line Inner changes; must pre extent . I would counsel"
ruling central committees of the partyin clear that all three were members of demarcation. 99 cede. Laws will not hasten the moderation to all groups
push things too fain: while China is of the white race. Nothing Factually' Calls It Stunt Just before the President
Hungary, East Germany, Poland powerful enough not to tempt Russiato more along this line ia taught per cent of the world s popu made hit comments at hit
lation have the tame physical' IRVING LEVY
and Bulgaria are on record now as try more than economic and moral except that there was a dispersion hereditary traits In common For CircusEDITOR newt conference, the leadersof

siding with Khrushchev. sanctions. Yet both have intrigued for of the three family while less than one per cent six of the largest of Negro thecountry's
and that these became : In reference to organization of -
The Italian Communist Inside the other's groups, are different!, a difference Sees CooperationOf
big structure
Party coups power three peoples speaking three which only a trained scientist Mr and Mrt Johnson driving petitioner for antl-du-

though solidly behind Khrushchev on and both are angry enough to languages. can distinguish Skin color i la Young Adults while drinking beer: It might crimination laws condemnedthe

the major points at issue, is opposedto be irrational Reconciliation is the least not a criterion for determining be a good Idea for them to plan for a traffic tieupat saidit
the World Fair and
the world Communist conference, likely outcome, but even that is possible ANTHROPOLOGISTS know race. We might as well EDITOR You can never leave the White House and was contrary to the best
that color of the skin ia not and divide join up with a traveling circusif
use body weight understand
at least for now The Italian party may my upon interest and needs of the
the determining factor In establishing the world up into heavyweights reading your editorial on a they can do such a daring Negro people The statement
r racial I I lines If that middleweighta, and teen-age page. I am heartilyIn stunt at a high rate of speed. was read at the annual meet-
were true, then all people with' lightweights It would makeA favor of such a feature for Also Mr Johnson, when tell- Ing of the American Societyof
I If We Must Be Buried dark skins would have to be lot more tense and achievethe the young adults of this area. ing women reporters about the Newspaper Editors which
classed as Negroes But this tame purpose. The fact II, I know it it favored by the life of his bull should remember devoted a part of its Thursday
is not so. The dark.skinned there is only one race. There student. and that the Ledger the old saying, "Where to a discussion
The temperate utterances of Soviet other American farm produce undoubtedly Hindus of India and the Moors H neither Biblical nor scientific would receive, In return for ignorance is bliss 'tis follyto of "civil program rights' participatedin

Premier Khrushchev toward the was whetted when he ate and Ethiopians of North Africa evidence for more than this coverage the full coop- be wise" or try to be. by prominent Negro leaden .

United States are not, we may be sure it at the Roswell Garst farms and at belong to the white race one." eration and following of the HOWARD COLLINS .

due to a feeling of new-found affection other American banquet tables

Even so, there is no reason to doubt "Gaist gets good yields without

Nikita's sincerity when he praises any scientific explanation" Khrushchev . The Day Babe Ruth Chased A RabbitBy I

America's sweetcorn, as he did recent- said in a statement that indicatedhe ,

ly in Hungary. Just before he returnedto knows more about sweetcorn than RALPH McGl'LLPuhllsher made the ball livelier becausethe pie Supply of the best the period miasmic ghosts, in the grandstand the Babe In the fore chased

Moscow to celebrate his 70th birth- about Garst. of The Babe had demonstratedthat of the Noble Experimentof and make the guests that wretched frightened cot

day, Khurshchev admitted our preeminence Anyhow, the premier has succeeded Atlanta Constitution the fans didn't really care prohibition could provide. cough and swear The stands tontail deep into center field.
to much for the strategy of Ginger ale and Ice were at were newly painted as were There he found hole and
Every spring when the baseball a
not only in growing wheat in diverting our attention from the the hit-and-run, squeeze playa and hand. There was cheese in the fences The effect was neat escaped. The crowd roared.

but in producing those delicate juicy pressure areas of the world and the reel season of memory comes rewinds again to a the careful ritual of "the book" plenty', potato chips pickles, and sharper than Sulphur Dell The visiting writers alt\ but

kernels which come equipped with eternal fight between Communism and day of a young baseball that produced pitchers' battles ham and rye bread. would ever be again. rolled on the roof.
and scores of 1 to 0 and 2 to There war a good beginning Every lead
that out
their own handle capitalism. At the moment all we car writers humiliation in Nashville went
odorous 1. THE FIRE CHIEF was The Yankees got two on, two that night was devoted not to
"They , make .:ood meal:. out of think of is a dinner table with a decreasing -. Sulphur s Dell sympathetic He agreed to out. and the Babe hit a long the game but to the rabbit

it," he advised the Hungarian farm mound of ears on our left and l Park The city IHtY WANT to to tee the dampen down the malodorous one to deep center that was and chase by the Babe. There

experts. "Let us do the same and pro- an increasing'mound of cobs on ourright. dump burned ball hit over the fence or at fires. It might be a bush caught war just one comfort and it
along one side I least, rattled off the walls league park but there was And then It happened. The was slight Hundreds of thousands
duce more'Iweetcorn for human consumption of it. and the 'f1 The pitcher forthwith was deprived much that could be done. Yankee. took the field As the had seen the Babe hit
and not only fop fodder If we are toloe buried in anything,r faithful fans i of hit slippery elm The hospitality' room was a Babe went to hit position a home runs and trot around
chew that enabled him to fine success The afternoon of rabbit nesting in weeds at the base
His admiration of swoetcorn and let it be in sweetcorn. we r e' assured patht How few are
of several innings throw a twisting ball Denied, the game war clear and the base of the fence chose we who taw him chase rab-
of acrid too. was the piece of emery sunny No dank smoke drifted that moment to panic and bit.

smoke which : .v j that could rough" up a ball and across the field to gather, like run. The Yankee outfield with Still it was a humiliation
usually smelled *.* \ i.e make it sail. They left the
S throwers only a pinch of resin
like and may_ McGILLof dust In addition, the rule
makers narrowed the Itrikelonl'
several mattresses burning.
Baseball has abandoned Nashville .
The slugger was king And Potomac FeverBy
aoAS.rONNT' COWL" Ill in a part of the process George Herman Ruth The
Imperial) Polk CountyWorld's .M4..t< .HV. MADHIIOrr MAMM Jr., IMCI V": of minor league decay, and Babe, was the head man.
. 14 tor, IMMITT Pltfft JR the historic old park where
... Baseball writers vied to in-
a.I.'o I* tart
Citrus Center "' _.i' ,.,.. f uVwi... WICHAMD. .a" near three quarters of a century International agreement Republicans and the people of Viet
tIT elr.ul. *Un HtNDfOAIIIV tan of Swat" fitted him best { Nam .sharea
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nw.eh" $ is now. a real estate development There was something regal mutual hope that if Cabot Lodge comes home, they may both start winning.

and majestic about the Bane *

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments--686-1151 For a young baseball writeron Those were the days of "the LBJ Decriea extremism: by street demonstrators. lie prefers the extremism
his first job the park was bushes." Any baseball team demonstrators who11 crowd thC aisles at the Atlantic City ronnntlon 10 !
despite It. shabbiness, a place outside the 18 In the two ma Jell for Lyndon. I
SUISCHIfTION RATES for the gods To a youthful jor leagues was bush "Bush. I I I

HOMi DtllVIMiOn nose the aroma of the smoul er" was an epithet That Economic traitor: The guy who's saving his tax cut instead of squandering
dering garbage was an incense spring when the Yankees I'
. . . . . his money like the government was doing for him
pea $2340 Ono monthWood . . . .. S 195 burned before the temple of came north with the Babe the *

Sil..th. . . . . . $11.70 . . . . . . $ .4$ swat bull elephant of their parade It seems that reports of Khrushchev's *death I

Th,.. months. $ SIS Ono s..,, by moil . SHOO There came a spring when the young sports writer arranged That was a hearse of another color. were grossly exaggerated !
the Yankees and Babe a refreshment room
Ruth were scheduled for for the visiting writers at the *

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning' byLakeland an exhibition contest with the hotel housing the team His Cigarette sales are rising again Reason All the people who are humming
Nashville Volunteers The paper was uncooperative, buta cigarettes from those who are going to quit next week
Newspoper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Babe had made everyone forget wrestling promoter and two *

\ the Black Sox and their bootleggers, confronted with a Democrat worry about reaction of male voters to President Johnson's

I H somber deed of throwing challenge to civic pride came sudden promotion of so many women to high government Jobs. Will Lyndon.

. -- .-- --- .- .-- -_ gjmes The manufacturers had through nobly There was an harem scare
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.1 I"e LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday AprD 22, INI, PBX Clubbers
; Polk 'Needs One Haven Clubs Lakeland, Polk County Date Book

II Winter Haven Social News Will Attend .
I Businessman In Elect NewOfficers LAKILANO A.T TODAY OVILO.U! Pa1SkIna TNSO at*OI a.J7>HICI.ai.ad ocirnr.m Bt Thorutrd -'30
: cla1. 507 mtwioeu htI
Its DelegationElect Convention Itb still hre end portrait lendlni llkranr.
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I WINTER HAVEN-Miss Virginia February traveled extensively turned to her residence on la Uhsrta Hold.rl purtrslImuuetIIl "
: Giddings will resume her In Denmark Germany, Yugoslavia Golf View Circle following a Members of the Imperial r.35./with J:1II.t.J lIurr" :Oold1'bora.t. 5dmmNtrslloa : -
,I atudles at the University of Italy, Greece, Spain visit with relatives and friendsin Area PMX dub will attend 1c AU.port. I
South Florida in Tampa next and Franc prior to returningto WINTER HAVEN Mrs. the annual state conventionof afVNLONIM $NSISt .. 05055or
I week following a five-month the United States aboard Toledo. Ohio. James B. Miller Jr. has been PBX operator in Tallahassee m.WNITI t p m at IM.INI MuonU 0.n.JSNUSMIs ..... Oa. SHOP
I period of study and tour of The France. Take Long Cruises elected to serve as presidentof tomorrow through Saturday II..LIIIIt ..lIbl.TM"'O"

I I'j i Europe. Virginia is the daughter Mrs. G. W. Walden from Winter Haven couples globetrotting the Winter Haven Hospital The Duval Hotel will be LIONS CL"" at 13:IIw&ssfsat I WARNOCK'S
II : of Mr and Mrs. David Headland Ala., Is the house- Auxiliary Inc. for the ensuing convention headquarters. It LAMILANO / "wIna
I include Mr. and Mrs. oil
Giddmgs of Winter Haven. guest of her son-in-law and year. Other'elected officers A tour of the Capitol is slat .itb MIM Cornelia GUILD MMIM. from For Lakeland's Best
I She spent three months studyIng daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvls Tom Swann who are embarking include: Mrs. Robert Hoen- ed. .3o- .... at T5.Mtoss tludlwLAKiLANO I

In an liberal arts courseIn Kirkland. on a cruise to the Orient shel and Mrs. Herman bugger Attending from this area will for ...i lllwn menlATIOM o( Laktland CLUJ aaj
HI Bregenz_ ,. Austria and since Mrs. Ralph Walker has left and Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Simpson vice presidents; Mrs V, be Mrs. W. C. Funk and Mrs. triradi St 135 5 will m for m..S'sP l at artlltO.Two; "SriOl'< FURNITUREBUYS
-- Johnstone Jr. and Mrs. W. R. '10oobt enfIr fur05.b.d.T5.
for a two-week visit with her who are returning froma Merton Roberta both of FMC sandwich. pubIIr ,1. Inlt.d.UuIVOLUNT .
son, Dr. Ralph Walker In Pat- cruise around the world. Padgett, secretaries Mrs. Corporation; Mrs. Myrtle V- 0. IL"AND LOGOS PSDTICTIVIO505S 1751.m.tusr .
Why erson, N.J. The Swarms are sailing from Paul Baschon, treasurer; and Steen, Universal Food Prod- H 5 ,t,m 55 alts 5.0465, Ids EVERY NITE
I Mrs. Van T. Burnette, Manebtw IGCIT5US .
I Returning Home California aboard the Liner press ucts; Mrs. Louise Mason, florIda CUNYIS KIWANIS, 4 .11It.m
I Suffers Mr and Mrs. Mania Beech. Roosevelt for Yokohama aftera chairman and historian. National Bank; Mrs. Vivian >t"Oold: Cup Ljl RMUarantor'r. W 9
The members will p" [atucb5A
visit In auxiliary all T. 15.01.0.
Loa Angeles and San Graham Kraft Foods TILL P.M.
man are returning to their residence "
undertake several I and
Uneasy Bladder Francisco. Upon leaving Yokohama changes of Lakeland; Mrs. John Chaf. STITCH AND CMATTI. CLUJ..
in Ann Arbor, Mich. adopt new plans in 1 30 p m. it horn of Mrs. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
they will visit Lake preparation fin, Mrs. Frank Wlreman. both ynjxrstftsjssi .,
Cavba atlnf.p drtoklnt nay bo a The couple spent their second for the expansion building 101 I. Mmwkl. 11.4.e..4 .
mwra.t mIM.. hoi anaorlnaMaddw lirt.tatioM in the Kawguchl. Kyoto, Tokyo, the of Eloise Groves Assn., and tits Uxua. All Shrlnirt VIVU Uviwd -
.-lnaalnff' Tea fill r..tl .. t.s, season area. program scheduled at the K,. Av..
i and.._rortable.And If ra tbaa nlahta, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berryare British Crown Colony of Hong Mrs. Bernice Yount, Exchange
MU 2.2222Removes
.. .... .... hospital. To efficiently
with nifdnf . ,haaaacua or mil Kong Keelang, Nagasaki and operate more National Bank; all of ps/DAY I III.a' .
new residents to Winter LOYAL onoin or MOOJ B
cularaehat and patnaduatoovar iiartfaa. the will be
: BEN HILLGRIFFIN .train or motional IS adding to Kobe. The return route will auxiliary Winter Haven. Moot LoD". eat Laaa rukwKIWANIS
torn..1-,,-_"I....,-,"*, Oonn'. !'tlle. Haven residing on Avenue B, be made via Yokohama. Hon reorganized with the Winter IIrl. CLUB. 1111 .... at
I II..Doan,. I-Tlwr Pllto ha act,a I.war.ooO\ln for.pMdr.ff rt w OIl N.W., who formerly lived in olulu, San Francisco, New Or- Haven Auxiliary serving as a **'a''KILAlfofA'llT"4UILB.' OH Bain*
b......>r trrtte........ S-A fart psla.rst.r.Ins Tifton, Ga. central governing body and Lake Alfred (30 MMM WlnllretfSaTlMUm
_loa ......._, .hadaclwa leans arriving Winter Haven sod Tom Wllaae nutruo.
on ninrlaf -
aioMular ..... and ...,... S-A Mrs Roy Herbert of Vanderbilt around May 19. branch chapters organized in for"; stlnuos and dravlna claw tat
vondnfully mild dluratl altos thra tb.bMn.yu Pa., is the houseguest of reds' m. rust
surrounding communities. Groups BusyLAKE 5ysCuMMAOL aSALt5tidooo bfrtmS
Your State Senator tna II mil'''' of ktd.to tneraaM.., tu...tb..utput. Bo, art the of Mrs. Wray T. Laird. Mrs. New Resident The gift shop will be relocated Nm55L .1 J34: N. K,.tiKk> stains best I
I .am* happy nlkC mlUloni boos onjAyMfor Herbert will visit in Floridafor Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilkes ; the auxiliary will take over ALFRED-A portable **COUNTIIV CLUBMTATW MO-
0V For oonwaivna buy dlnnn at
p..d M. the law Tr alf yvart.Get 0-.'. Fill lodarl a month and they plan to and children, Betty Jean and the management of the snack typewriter has been presented C'TtN..covered dlah Sala. l hour will. !
j I -Ad.. visit various parts of the Roy are new residents in,the bar; rental television sets will to the Lake Alfred Public 10 ,."wc". :;I.l.oodc and ,tabla I .MfTlc.m. It i use
swmrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrDoes state during her visit. The area. The family formerly be made available and the Library by the Junior Wom- Woi will>b u.. .plAitd.Club. Brid. Mtf eaiiaaia
two women spent a week in lived in Great Lakes, III, and Pink Cloud Carf will be reInstalled an's Club of Lake Alfred. The I
Nassau and Coral Gables. is residing at 209 Avenue F, as a service to pa gift was made possible by AIIT OOILB. ,primary N@
Your Child I Mr and Mrs. Wesley R. S.E. Mr. Wilkes Is presently tients. New toys are to be members donating books of and *Junior tad eU.art at IB S.patMlaeoior 30 am. pour Mrs,
Barton returned this week working In the hospital at placed In the pediatrics play trading stamps. The following Winifr a.Ib. ... and.. Ton WUUutroclor. .
from a four-day holiday tripto Cape Kennedy. room, which Is under the direction friends of the library pa. IDIrD.t8'b 5 pm.Adults, Mts.'si,1ting.lassfrom CorOslOMnrr.
Hear You? I the Grand Bahama Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. John Rieder, of Mrs. J. T. Griffiths. also donated books of trading all at ladwlalAlrpurl (;3@1b

Mrs. L. M. Beckwith: has re- who are retired, have moved GARDEN CLUB stamps to aid in the project:
I I Many children ore thought to be r to Winter Haven from their WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. Jerry Mrs. James Douglass, Mrs. The
J I Inottentivt when their real problem A' former home in Milwaukee. C. Counter has been electedto Connell Rodgers and Mrs. C.
It poor hearing. If you hove HEMORRHOIDSFissures They purchased a home at a second term as president ,F Sutton. The presentation quid
,I the least suspicion your child ii nothearing Fistulas and 2705 Idly Ridge Way. Mr. and of Poinsettia Garden Club. was made during National Jtimi. toilet
A Mrs. Thomas Pinyoun and Other new officers will be Mrs Library Week. 'A
I well, tee your doctor A other Rectal Diseases family are living at 1518 South Robert R. Cooley, vice presidents Mrs. Alvin Decker has been Owl
Wm. H. Wilehood
neglected ear condition In child. cleaner
I successfully treated byNONSURGICAL Lake Howard Drive after ; Mrs. C. A. Wright and elected for a second term as TYUNO SALON
could mean a hearing aid In 1 C Yeera moving from Palm Beach. Mrs. Mike Nolan, secretaries. president of the Woman's Society
t adult life laSonotem. methods. of Christian Service in AStISYSYIN
M......' I II Lake Alfred. Other new officers STYLI
NO LOSS OF TIME will be: Mrs. Ula Johnson AN0

I SONOTONE of LAKELAND DR EARLE RABB EI, ' +IIlsD1iV I ,bv vice Dixon president, secretary; Miss; Mildred and COLO. a caws

Mrs. Barbara Boyd, treasurer. BE
I 217 E. Lemon St. Ph. MU 2.7816 I Ij ..... CT S-43M Winter, HavMHERE'S SOUTHOATUaNOPPINO R8

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Nelson Geiger is hostess APPROVED CREDIT
YOUR FREE TICKET chairman of the Newcomers CARDS HONORED
Club meeting scheduled -
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April 22 to the swimmingest new movie < Friday at 1 p.m. at theWoman' .
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Thru currently showing at the ton Drive. I
April 29 Assisting her will be Mrs. Providing EducationIn
Polk Theater Ross G. Eyerly, Mrs. RogerB.
155.-.c\ That's free Chaffee, Mrs. Walter Jack The Light of God's Word
Right get a
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n son, Mrs. Wilbur Fox, Mrs.
L 4uN s""CLa pass to this movie with purchase of Frank McMillan.Long and Mrs. J. P. II

p a Rose Marie Swimsuit from Racy's! % 1
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29wt rose marie reid KlNGSWOODSPROTT:

ossa No girl need fish for compliments when WED SO YEARS TODAY Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Byers, 31S I
t Doris Drive, are marking their 50th wedding anniversary
She wears "La Seine" two piece swimsuit! .
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quietly at their home today The couple moved to Lakeland JR.
Rose Marie Reid ,
I. shapes this dare-bare from Chicago In 1949, Mr. Byers is a retired Civil Service APPLICATIONS FOR 19u.d SCHOOL YEAR
maillot and molded bra In fishnet over cotton knit ', employe with 40 years post office service. The couple has a STATEREPRESENTATIVE NOW IEING CONSIDERED'

I that's piped with' plush elastic; 8.14, 25.00 son, J. C. Byers of Arlington Heights, III, and a daughter, LAKELAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
s p Mrs. Lucillle B. Swietlik of Lakeland three grandchildren and
one great-grandchild. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Woltal of Park Ridge, M. "* t .M. T>, ta.idM.tt Klndaraarttn. Through 9th Cr.4.
3 111, were expected to. Join in the anniversary observance. I 1111 Forest Pork St. Phone 683-4013
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Reports Of f

Will 'Moose Head Squares' Set

Quake Given Visitors HereBy .ATTQRtUV
By The newly formed square the charter membership when es Is to contact the president I :

InstallOfficers dance organization sponsored members have completed 12 or the treasurer (M Pat, .*.._kyH Oa.dldaM.)_
lessons I I
NANCY BROWER by the Loyal Order of MOON
Dances will be held twice I ..AnMAuer
Women's Start Writer will hold an advanced lesson '
monthly on Saturdays and advanced
Business I and the Professional Lakeland When the Alaskan earthquake tomorrow at 8 p.m at the lessons will continueon =3

Women's Club will be installedat demolished the newJ. Moose Lodge Caller is Jack Thursdays. Anyone Inter. I

1:30: p.m. tomorrow at the C. Penney Company store Benz. ested In Joining either the I 5

Cadet Restaurant. m Anchorage, Mrs Ray Culver The group has voted to can Wednesday or Thursday class } 'd r 3 W.t

They are: Mrs. Christine was at a friend's homeIn Itself "The Moose HeadSquares" R

Swift president; Mrs. Kay an Anchorage suburb admiring Officers who will tfJiJdltL I ri.
Cossairt and Mrs. Evelyn "the Easter take office on May 1 are: W.
Barr-Brown, vice presidents; pretties"she Don Trlpp, president; Charles
Mrs Darlene Thompson re- had purchased at that department P. Snyder and Robert Sands, LAKELAND, GENERAL i T '

cording secretary; Mrs Dora store Just 30 minutes vice presidents; Mrs. Cal Mar HOSPITAL *&i *

thy Wintermute, correspond. earlier. It was 5:2t: p.m. f tf tin, secretary; Kenneth L Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burle- ,
ing secretary; and Mrs. Bar on Good Friday. Brmle, treasurer; Mrs. Philip son, Plant City, daughter, I a rr

bars Wendel, treasurer. After the violent lurching of t Reed, social activities chair April 20. :
Miss Maxine McIntyre a man:, Charles I Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. GETAHUGE11x14
the small frame
past president of the Florida house in f membership; and Mrs. Frank Meddle U1J Smithfield Circle 00
Federation of Business and which she was a weekend Wintermute. publicity. daughter, April 20. i WAILPORTRAIT

Professional. Women's Clubs,.. guest had stopped, Mrs. Cub .,' A new group starting lee Mr. and Mrs. William D. I

Inc., will be the Installing of. Vera first thought, she recalls, sons on Wednesday nights at Knipfer, 727 Alamo Drive, !
/ the will be Included in 20.
ficer was, "Where is my husband?" lodge lon April I orroue

Mrs. Lula Belle Hickerson, Ray Culver, former Lake- c55aDd ,

a past president of the club, Is lander, Is a civilian operations
in charge of the meeting. Assisting
engineer at a U.S. Air CoNNiE
will be Miss Alax Bradley says. .
Mrs. Sue Baughman, Miss Force missile site at Clear,
Lucile Thomas. Mrs. Mollie Alaska. He and his wife had w.l

Teagle Mrs. Carol Deaton, come to Anchorage to visit .
Mrs. Lena Chauvin, Mrs. friends over the Easter week. READING EARTHQUAKE ACCOUNTS that appeared In "Uncover beauty t ;

Baughman, Mrs. Milllcent end. While she shopped he The Ledger are Mr and Mrs. Ray Culver of Clear Alaska, .

Tripp, Mrs. Wintermute Mrs. had gone to visit with friends who were in Anchorage. when the Good Friday earthquake in .' 'Pb
Olive Harris Miss Thomas who lived several blocks from struck. They.. in Lakeland vi!siting relatives (Ledger Photo .
Miss Jan King and Mrs. Mary his hosts' home. by Harper) "
Jane Hitt. hostesses white patent/
lie Finished Coffee
Mrs. Thomas E. Blount will

sing accompanied by Mrs. He recalled the moments tired In the wee hours of the himself in a doorway, as he
Inca Clark pianist. after the quake as follows: morning after the earthquake, had been warned to do In such 10.99 sO Db
Mrs. Swift will read the let. "When the quaking stopped they shared a small bedroom a situation. LAST 3 DAYS!
ter from the Woman of the I finished my coffee-the with seven other people, for The Culve are in Lakeland
Year committee. Mrs. Harrison others' cups had fallen off the this was one of the few housesin visiting his mother, Mrs. Paul. (II TV'
as the club's current table, but mine had not. ThenI the area with heat froma ine Culver and his aunt, Mrs Thurs.Fri.Sat.April
Woman of the year will pre- started back to the house to still functioning oil furnace. Vera Silks both of 328 Morn- Nothing brighter, .
, 'M
sent the nominee with a corsage see how my wife w..." Outside the temperature was ingside Drive r nothing eights o
__ ___ __ _____ brilliant mid heel
a Woman of the Year "He's a cool one!" Mrs. about 20 degrees and it was pump with upper 23-24-25
0 'i
pin, and the Clara Marshall Culver Interjected good na. snowing a little. r of sparkling whit
trophy, a silver loving cup turedly. Asked if they recognized the potent leather Open on both aides one
which is passed on each year Their friend's house was first tremors of the earthquake PHILLIPS rtvtaling mid heel.l Alto In yellow, Htursi 10 A.M.-1 P.M.2 P.M.-S P.M. (Ill 9 Frl.)
Miss King and Miss Mclntyre badly shaken, but still stand for'what they were, Mrs. Culver FABRICS bone, blue, or black potent,
will be introduced to the ing. Inside the place was a admitted she did not. "My i SHOE SALON-STREET FLOOR e MO APPOINTMeNT NIIDIB SI1ICTION OP HVIIAl POilS
group as two of those recent shambles. Dishes had been first thought was that we were
hurled from Pit. MU Ii2lt DillY.liD AT STOII A H the cabinets and
ly honored as Women of being bombed. No one else "
Achievement by the civic par smashed on the floor. Canned that I talked to had this Impression. This W.tk's Special
ticlpation committee. Mrs goods were rolling around I guess the reason I
Olive Sykes, women's editorof amidst the broken dishes. All thought this was because of rlfoo! .....14111. 3"* Tot & Teen
the Ledger will be a guest. the furnishings, even those Ray's work at the missile SATIN . ,.. 3 Roar ef.shioa
Reservations may be made normally fastened to the walls, site." 54" Uph.lit.ry, CQ1 -
through Mrs. Teagle at MU had gravitated to the middleof Mr Culver said he recognized PLASTICS y*. 3T ''utejSt Southgate Shopping Center
2.5862, the rooms and were piled the tremors as an earthquake 211) forf Mom ,.,lottlond. flat
there in heaps. and braced
.Immediately! i .
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Thought Of Others 1

The remainder of the evening TUNGROC. VARNISHES

and far into the night, Super Morlno PUBL.IX tooth STO ......_ ATION PUBLIX 100th STORK C II L 118 R AT ION PUBLIX 1 0PIIBlIX'j
tT., tqq the Culvert and their hosts Q, D. Floor
> checked on the welfare of lot b Toll Top
friends and neighbors. "Every Spor-tMM Soolor _('
one's thoughts were for others. I -
The people Ignored the condition LAKELAND GLIDDEN 1..M.rMr .,
of their own homes to I '.. ..",. '
seek out others who needed PAINT CENTER .I
.&: .
help. This left a lasting Impression I }\9 S. FI. id. Av.. .:"' ..'
on me," Mrs. Culver I Ph. 611117 INN.. Cv*ed l IMM* PMII ...
remarked. Open 7.00: A.M. to SVt *t.Oufek Owe WCMWSIMS VilM 1
When the Culvers finally re* 5:10P.M..6 Days V.lu. '

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TOUR CHOICK OP ONB WITH BACH till q1. c..nJ l.a Pas ? y,

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Mrs. Thomas t .
I Imh Ccvwwl Piy Pon
Hostess To 14.M valve

Chapter Meet TMte an O*"uln* W..r-lvet'
ALCOA( ) tlui-ilnwm, ce.klae I IVllMil.

Members of XI Gamma Rho P e .. s .-with hand! *, gutrtrv
Exemplar chapter, Beta Sigma s .. ..... r. whhttind 400 vvwimp
.19 M'eo K.n1si I
Phi will meet tonight .* *r sorority .r 1 Ir.7' v.....
at S o'clock at the homeof Or cooling vtemili on
Mrs. Harold Thomas <22 I p ', the "' .....' od.y. Look for tam
Oriole Drive. \a r' on display) tt your norby Polk
4 PaUla Marksts and kour
\ County
Mrs. A C. Glaser president I Cu*> Nnobtorf7IVikM
'P I a s .to MVO yw Gold C* h 1.Ic. ..- '
the business |
will preside at .., T......
session at which time members
will be reminded of the s ,e
Rituals and Founders' Day rI fd'
is1 JLII 4 r C
banquet Saturday. .. S a -
The cultural programs,
"Mexico" and 'The United
States" taken from the program
book "The Grand Tour,"
will be presented by Mrs. Donald .
Dolan and Mrs. Dewey

Funkbouser, respectively.

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log to our summer suit Soft and easy fines In the vA'4 '" '5.00 OR MOO

with smart touches In the bias stripe labs
..."' ... jacket, Dacron ,. .. .cr
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block olive and blue with a whit
dark look, or .1 W 54
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Oily t.. leek \% !.,...drafJU. sue ar.re
merry other styles from 19.95 to 49.95L2e4izic&

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A 'i :lti Crackers 'pkgz; 29c
F.F.V., Fudgies orOatmeal
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from WiKcniin; Chow B.rI lj
Longhorn I . Per 1b.. OOC LC. .nug Season Is Comh,,, . . !' ,',. I
Kroft'i Mtllow nv.rd PRICES EFFECTIVECheddar
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Hot Shot Bug Killer APRIL 2324.25
At Publix vanilla .
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All Flavors Borden's (limit 2)w) : ., SALAD DRESSING
.., half ._ MIRACLEWHIP
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Ice Cream 69
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Chicken of the Sea 1
Chunk 6'A.o*. 25c }
Tuna . . can
Joan of Arc Cut
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Armour's Star Vienna 'tith

Sausage . . 5 :On": $1. j limit 1 PUast)

Pillsbury's Assorted rj i r,. r'

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rinso blue breeze fluffy all all cold water lux liquid swan liquid wisk liquid
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New England: "C.A." McIntosh I J" GeellSaFlhpsTARNOW.. '

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e' a' .to, ; V' '. .!: -, .,, v.; .. ,. I Negro/ Youths Attack Hebrew School PupilsNEW
tl en '
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\ ; :I YORK (AP-About 50 dore Kolodny, was punched In upon hearing police sirens yard said the first Indication ofi al Negro boys had demanded a

. - Ii I.. __ I Negro youthi. shouting anti.I the abdomen during the 10-muv I Rabbi Barnetaky, who had I trouble came when two Hebrew' nickel from them, and hit them
'" ' ' wi vm MiM" mejSMIMMMSSsmiMVJiMMMn _, I Semitic epithets attacked a ute fight' :charge of 150 boys in the school students complained that sever|when they refused.
Temperatures In Florida group of Hebrew school pupil Belted With Belt
And Around The Nation la Brooklyn Tuesday injuring

Miami STATION................H.J2 L. Boston ................ 46 38 Memphis .............. 79 U at Two least rabbi 19 of who them went, police to the..id.1 aid 43,It a ended city when building Leo Berkman.Inspector,
73 Charleston ............ 80 66 Milwaukee ............ 74 48 stopped his car and made a 1
.. of
JacksonvUo .......,, their pupil were beaten.
gj n ...... ..
Chicago ....
7) 48 Mpls-St Paul ......... 59 40 citizen's arrest of a 15-year-old
Key West ............ After
gj 7$ Cincinnati ............ calm had been restored.
80 58 New Orleanh .......... S3 65 Negro boy. Berkman said the
LAKELAND ...........
87 M Cleveland ........ .. 10 Negro youths beat up Samuel
.. 73 59 New York ............. 44 41 youth clouted him with a belt
Ocala .........
89 6] Denver .............. Upsker, 10, outside the school
Orlando ............... 65 33 Omaha ................ 60 37 and buckle when he identified himself
88 (3 Des Moines ........... fled police said.
61 35 Philadelphia .......... 43 42 The other Negroes fled .
Pensacola ..........
73 72 Detroit ................ The first outbreak occurred 1 t3cii
65 56
Pittsburgh ............ 72 50 t.
Sarasota .............
gg 65 Fairbanks ............. 39 during noon recess at a Hebrew 'f'
29 St. Louis .............. 73 50 .
Tallahassee ........ r.
83 57 Fort Worth ............ 73 64 grammar-high school In the
San Francisco ........ 57 48 ,
Tampa ................ i
yj 65 Indianapolis .......... Bedford-Stuyvesant section a .
73 58 Seattle ................ 50 35 5"l
W. Palm Beach....... 81 73 Juneau ................ 49 29 Washington........... 49 457am predominantly Negro neighbor! c 0
Kansas City .......... 72 44 hood.
Atlanta ................ 30.11
80 60 Los
Angeles ........... 68 54 1 p.m. Tuesday 30.IS Carry WeaponsThe '
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Negro youth., boys and .
3t 9 .i'Fif' kwrWr i
t tlrle.'e ,
y girls some carrying sticks, bottles -
k chains and switch-blade ,
knives began to push and hit 1! tsy
pupils on the school grounds .1
The pupil ranging In age from car r
9 to 12. fought back with their
1 wr ? qil < ywwwsNr fists, witnesses said.
Rabbi Abraham BameUky.
48, took on boy he supposedto
be a leader of the Negro
youths. "Two of my fingers
were cut by this garbage can ..
lid," the rabbi said. )) f t ahC
Another teacher, Rabbi 1st-
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I 2 More Americans Elect 'lf 1t f

.. Killed In ActionIn SETH

S. Viet Nam Mcl e.rww.wrw ; ,., ..
w.me.l.rw, ea.aaae.weir .
SAIGON. South Viet Nam Polk County
c ' CAP[ ) Two more Americans
Ifd:" have been killed In the Vietnamese School Board GUARANTEE
.. =... ... = lEvis STA.rMSTSPORTSWtMml
t1Y rr.Ji Xis a :a. .4* > t war bringing the total
hint wnk-wi-
U.S. deaths in action to 129. District 1 pw yoa OH
use MrfarMaca ya t.i tvw FREMACST
Fair, skis wink ""'p..tu... In the 10. and 90s was the ferac..t far FlarUa tod.y. A ftw An American officer and an Will OiiOTtt TDM MV IKll
continue to work far the
scaKarad tkawart wiry ,redlc... far the lawar aart CHit ..... 61..wh.. ... mare .."... tftvna'ir.ttarms .. enlisted man died Tuesday on ... C.lw.A..x.al.. _
and ..... ...... a highway 55 miles southeast of aJucariaii af ce yavriflpla .. SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER LAKELAND
rain kit I* 11 from T.... to the oaitam Croat Ukas r e.i... The itamt ., '', UtM on tim on ,
ana kid *...,. tkranfk. tha 11I1...... .... ,.......,. AP Wiraakara) Saigon touched when oft Viet a,Cong buried guerrillas jomb- l training P".rem e. :.-:-a h K AM BRANDON SHOPPING CENTER-BRANDON

Florida Five as the Americans' Jeep drove c< c c*cof
Day Forecast (PVC P.I b..l A+. b .M..r e< :N ac<
over It. Three Vietnamese
The five day forecast for ,
also were killed ._.. 't
Florida calls for temperaturesto t _

range two to four degrees
above normal for the period

C ending Monday The normal low
A: Partly cloudy and warm ranges from 60 in the extreme
through Thursday. Low tonight "'" north to around 70 In the Keys
in the 60s.8CD Normal highs run in the low
eighties. The forecast calls for
Fair through Thursday e little or no rain during the 4; .
the sixties.E
Low Jonlghf In !
.F-H1; Fair through Thurs period S's 4 4 :
day. Low tonight in the sixties. ; T
Mostly southeast winds 5 to IS
miles per hour. Nei from Borden"s
G-J-K: partly cIou: through
Thursday with a few showers H
most likely tonight or Thursday.Low .
tonight in the seventies. 1iiiy

Wcgthercast .,..;, A _ _

Lakelanders can look forward .
tQ fair and warm weather tomorrow f
: French
according to the forecast
by the Lakeland weathe,
man. Wind will be southerly at Plane CrashesBANGUI. flavor ,
7 to H Pile per hour during Tp' New Iffltlsucjr u4 b *cS cScp
the day and less than five mile. Central Africsn Re
per hour during.the night. public (AP-A French military Wow EcMcmy In The
The forecast also calls for .
Tex Csllictar'i Office, ; ,
C or
moderate humidity, The mid transport flying troops to Gabon rrt
mum temperature yesterday was crashed Tuesday u It was taking Elect . .
87, the minimum this morning off from Bouar, Unofficial ,r
was 65.Officials. reports said 18 men were killed

and 19 injured. temorj

French troops have been ksep- r r'

Deny ing order In Gabon since February .
when they returned Presl
Increase In dent Leon Mba to office after a 1.. Ian. Icr, Whit
Gear CIIYm. Comb
short-lived coup.

DelinquencyHAINES "IIIIII"" Awl" 4. I

CITY-An Informs even
city commission suggestion that h THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY *
juvenile delinquency in the area SPECIALS AT . 9 F O a ,,
was rising war refuted yesterday -
by the two head school ; better J
administrators : :

The local situation is "any FLORIDA *
thing but teripus"\ and no cause
for alarm exist said Area
Supervising Principal Dan Jenkins I
and High School principa
Julian Shaw. t
Police officials, when asked to comment on the situation,
sod there war no problem. ,
the .... $I9J rid Tee 110.:
Further comments by
school officials: Dropout an ,. Ladies' Electric Shaver $)95., NS'y
only average.; girls who go to f ulrn'ykta
Georgia to get married usually .,wla lUmtt It) i tl
da so with parents consentvaadalUm ; Safflower/
speeding and other Oil . . . . 89'
misdemeanors are individual "
nature caused by "one or two .... $471 '00'. CLI",1t i It tt.

.per-cent. -- - Natabcc Kapscals $289 ..... J

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12 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday,April I 22, ISM Lack
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Won't- Dismiss U.S. Let's Play Bridge Of Seed Studied 1 0

Judge 1- HONOLULU,un' Pineapplesdon't
I have seeds, and the food lea.IImt Cllum

Charge Against KlansmenJACKSONVILLE asaam* By ALAN TRUSCOTT --fl n't market care Shopper one way probably or the other does I ]

Although Great Britain will was standard, and the responseof anyway.
have the oldest team in the one spade was also normal. But this fact has irked horticulturists
(AP-Judge a defense motion for dismissaland World Olympiad, which starts One no-trump was an alternative In Hawaii one of
Bryan Simpson has denied a another asking more details -here May 1, the distinction of but most experts believeIn the greatest pineapple growing
motion for dismissal of federal of the government's case having the oldest pair will be- showing a major suit at the areas for years, so the University -
conspiracy charges against five against the defendants.No long to South Africa. level of one if possible. On that of Hawaii and the Pine-
Ku Klux Klansmen. trial date has been set for Peter Atkins and Richard theory one no-trump in responseto apple Research Institute of Hon- SPLQAL.S I
The U.S. District Judge denied Barton Griffin, Jacky Don Harden Murray of Kokstad have been one heart would deny a four- olulu have teamed up to find
srt LrerRlsa>vdatau' Donald Eugene Spegal, playing bridge for a combined card spade suit. out why the succullcnt yellow
Willie Eugene Wilson and Rob- total of more than 100 years. South had a difficult ''choice pineapple is barren.
Circle Bar-S ert Pittman Gentry. They Lyon their first tournament of rebid, and the jump shift to
They are accused of conspiring -in partnership in 1919 before three diamonds was somewhat Damascus, Syria, surrounded -
with William Sterling Rose- most of their Olympiad rivals optimistic but not bad. Two no- by a fertile and heavily popu-
Ranch crans to Intimidate others in the were born. trump would have been slightly
exercise of their civil rights''I When asked for a sample of more accurate, and would have _lated_oasis_u_. __ _.__.__ .65.5
Hwy. II (N.w Tama "w,1 At Pelba and to obstruct a federal court ended the auction.
MIII_....." awety Line their defensive skill, they offered
school integration order. the deal shown today Better Bid Available I
Rosecrans admitted setting offa which was published In the South's final bid of four hearts .r FERTILIZER : 'Ikl::k
dynamite bomb Feb It that South African Bridge Bulletin.It .
was obvious, but not the best
$1 wrecked the home of Donald is easy to see that the con- bid. Three no-trump would have AEROSOLFUMIGANT all \
\ Godfrey, 6, only Negro pupil in tract was an optimistic one, butt been a better resting place, and ALL 0"J
hr Elementary School might well have succeeded would have been reaches if PURPOSE
Hour Rosecrans was sentenced to against a routine defense. South had bid three spades over J METAL TINED
seven years in federal prison. The opening bid of one heart I three hearts, permitting Northto J" I
No state have been
charges NORTH I bid three no-trump. LAWNSWEEP
RIDING filed in the case. .
AQ1085 50 Lb. \
Three no-trump would have '1'
depended virtually on finding
At Ireland' l
Blarney Castle 1083A2
(With Guide) t the: heart queen. Although four a NEW way ': ;
the first duty of custodians each *
hearts was an inferior contract, '
RIDING LESSONS morning is to scrub the lipstickof WEST EAST : fogefrWof' I
the prospects improved when
HORSES BOARDED yesterday's women visitors. AAK4 .J92 I the t spade king.. was led. A ROACHES ANTSUNI
.Q52 .86 :
off the Stone.
mI.tIl Blarney at the ShOwS
glance diagram
JIr JIr JIr JIr .." JIr .." JIr ..,, J82 Q106543 that South can make a trick 87cIIV 69CTLpIlmm
+J984 *
I .
with the spade and discard .
SOUTH (D) queen FlM> Tkkf MlMffiik **4Ih.r
his losing diamond on the flying A __"." biMdi.
A 763
-WAYNE'5 o I VAK1103AK7 fourth spade in dummy. lULLING PILLS ENTItl"'00"HOUSC WHILE WITH.YOU SHOP lUG
However, East made a neat OR VISIT)
1 O I K5 deceptive play by dropping the t40 k..9 can .xap* AbtoM.ly
PACKAGE STORE Neither side I was vulnerable. spade nine on the first trick, .of. wh.ii ....d .> 4lrxl... Norm
The bidding: West continued with the ace l.t. I* lugi, 41oa. Si turn HOT*.
I South West North East and East contributed the deuce AVAIIAIU TWO IIZIS 1
256 N. KENTUCKY AVE When West played a third spade, APARTMENT t SMAll NOME SIZE I (
1 Pass 1. Pass
V ... I
to 4,009 c.bil .1.
up Ilea
South felt that ,East aboutto
1 OPEN 9-9 FRI.-SAT. TILL; 10 0 4 3 V. Pass Pass 3.Pass Pass Pass ruff. He naturally played was the .1.UDKOOM NOME SIZE .. I If I
M 10,000 able.t 13.*
SPECIALS THUR. FRI. SAT. West led the spade king. ten to preserve the queen for a
later diamond discard and the
Merchandise Discount Prices"
CUT RATE LIQUORS defense made three spade tricks "Qualify of
Electronic and a heart to defeat .the con- Sold or Drug, Garden
tract. Supply, Hardware and LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN

GUCKENHEIMER Device Used Murray ,and Atkins ended leading Grocery stores. 1102. I. M.monel .1..... ,It.... MU C-5115 6th fr Av.. K, NW. Phone CY 34129
'' their account with a modest MON.-THURS.-FRI.9 to 9 MONTHURSFRI.9 to 9
Mfg by Pit Chemicals Int..
comment "This in
: occurred TUES..WID..SAT.: 9 to 6 TUES..W D..SAT. 9 to 6
Miami, Fla.
1 HALLER BOURBON 299'- To Sort MelonsNAPLES 1930.. Nothing exceptional" has :

happened since _____ _ _ -- ----.- -- -- _._-- u
HALLER un( The farmhandwho

BRUGAL RUM Sth isions"cracked in sorting up "making vegetablesouldn't de- kill these carriers of disease

worked for have Naples to worry watermelon if he

BARCLAY'SBOURBON 3 Sths99S grower The Collier Carl Glidden.County farmer

1 and Ida's packer first electronic is completing watermelon Flor with Hot Shot Bug Killer"

HEAVEN HILL shipping plant. One thing the
3 5thi 1050IMPERIAL 100,000 "braln" is supposed todo .
For is shunt melons accordingto , says SHERIFF HOT SHOT
weight toward box
cars or
"'.""' -
trucks to insure each carrier CONTROL OF ROACHES f ,f ;I cif{' : i1 :
: -.; ,
495- will haul uniform melons to !
100' Bottled In Bond
.It operates on a memory VITAL TO THE HEALTHOF
selector principle said Glid- OUR FAMILIES AND tr
HOUSE OF STUART 79 den. "You set knobs and asthe COMMUNITYHealth
melons travel along a conveyor -
86 Proof Scotch 5th the desired weights are Authorities Point To
sidetracked onto different conveyors Continuing Problem
Stele. H. y, St.t. for loading." National and local health
There is plenty of work to offices arc calling to the attention r tl
Premium Beer \ CHAMPAGNE busy GHdden's electronic brain. of all concerned the
lie has 600 acres of watermelms constant threat to the health
85 6-Pock Z595th OWe maturing east of Naples. family and welfare posed of by the disease American or-

tfanlsms caused by bug and f
Aquatic duckweed plants, submerged Insects
Reserve Tk. Right T. Limit Quenhry in water, rise to the sur- In 1U Public Health ServIce -
face in springtime by filling publication, the U. S. Department l;
.i JIll' JIIP .,.., of Health, Educa. '
JIr ass .r JIr sr 4l themselves with bouyant gas. +
- .c---- _ tion and Welfare pointed out / t
'Mechanical or passive
transmission of disease occur -
when bug or insects r I \4i.,
For instructional transport organisms by their .
more time : ;! .'
k' ' '
: .
feet or other surfaces to hu- , :.f' \ I "' 1
mans. These organisms are ) ;
ordinarily helpless and Inactive f" '. :
In classrooms . unless there Is same .. :

from means one for host them and to find escape sanctuary ';';7HI5, ) :A COCKROACH( Proven: carrier of. 'many Infection: *,which h. transmits f' ; ;

In another./ \, lrom.ius'clingIogp'tenate-Uke' ; >
legs .l
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: :. ac1r ,<. -.4!.
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;,THIS IS ANANTaJ w carrier! disease organisms to food:jywiii-Ants are" particularly,.

"' ;',Lracter3q sweetsirt tnesshelvc4 endo1tcl nrefrigerators,
l tI R' ti r
Children Weed . .
AVAILABLE in 14 ounce
Hot Shot roach and ant bug killer 'end..r.t.t bambt bottf.i.end pint fTi
quart i il
GREEN kills faster and surer I

READToo Because Hot Shot contains a higher concentration of the
mont modern and effective insecticidal killing agent
LABEL: Protect your home against roaches ants, and all crawling
bugs with the bug, killer scientifically formulated to kill _
much of our teachers' valuable time Is spent handling unneces. these menaces to our health faster and more effectively, l_, .
my forms, reports and other paperwork. This leaves teachers with too

little instructional time for our children PY
contains the amazing
BILL READ will increase the amount of instructional time our children r ; s
receive by reducing unnecessary teacher paperwork.And residual and contact bug killing

BILL READ will effectively serve all of Polk County, not as a combination formula
politician, but as t (AZINgN + '_
a respected
impartial school administrator Diaiinon to kill even mutant bugs, 1P

Vote for BILL READ, Superintendent of Public Instruction. [PVRETHRlNS l., : kill Pyrethrint them-and to penetrate deep into bugs' hiding places i and '

fCHLORBANr"H Chlordane for holding the long.lasting killing power.


rwvan._ kills 'em where they hide. . 1DACHES.a..rr.End M AOAMqrCHEs RUC.KILLER and ANTS

, 1.U SRAInM
and where they crawl "w" ;

ThIS StUie {
BILL READ Hot Shot's greater concentration of Pyrethrlns is responsible ,
for the kill-power deep into bugs' hiding places . and on IUSt J!!S me! z
surface where
they crawl as well.
Be sine; tit get Grrrn label Hot Shot tQ kill: trg//*; 'ugt. For I guarantee
best results,follow instruction's' for use on each Hot Shot labeL
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:j 2 Arrests Made In Woman Is | .ItyJ..e 4r 0 4

!w ChargedWith .r a ; t ro

I Pay Phone Thefts d Theft

I BARTOW-Two more Polk The current investigation be

jcounttans were arrested yesterday gall early Monday morning BARTOW-When Mrs. Mar-

as sheriffs deputies when deputies arrested Gary garet Chewning left the employment
W Varnadoe and Thomas AIleD of the County Com
continued their investigationinto
Reed near a pay phone at mission's business office she MARKET FLASHES
a pay telephone theft ring I
Lake Wales All four men. who had seniority over every com
that allegedly has been
in the for several operating are charged with breaking Into : mission employe In the county
telephones, are being held I commission building
weeks. pay NEW YORK Iff -The stock Brunswick opened on 4,140! V at 55% on 2500.
without bond pending further
Ir Yesterday Mrs. Chewning.
The arrest of Joe market moved unevenly in American
Bryan investigation. shares up \\ at 10% Cyanamid advanced
a 46-year-old mother of a
Watson, 25, 99 South Tenth St. moderately active trading at the
a I daughter and three stepchildren Sperry Rand was unchangedat % to 637 on 2,000 shares Alsoon
a opening today.
Haines and Joe Wlndall
City was charged with grand Changes of most key stocks 16% on 5,000 shares 2,000 shares Radio Corp.
Williams. 26, of 132 Flamingo Added Parking
Drive Haines City brought to larceny in connection with the were small.Opening Westinghouse Electric dipped was unchanged at 34%.

four the number of arrests investigation of the disap- blocks Included: American Vt to 34Vi on 4,000 shares Montgomery Ward and Parke

made in the investigation.Admit Planned At pearance of v Machine & Foundry up Among other openers Soo Davis were unchanged. Sears,
$1,459 In welfare rat 19% on 3,500 shares; American Line rose % to 30% on 2,600 Roebuck gained Yt- Bethlehem

Breaklns Lake I funds. Telephone off W at shares; New York Central was off 14.Yesterday.

Sheriff detective Ray Willis. Crystal Sheriff Mon 142% on 2,500; and Standard gained % at 371on 1.300; Gen the Associated

.'\ who has led the investigation roe Brannen Oil (New Jersey), off tat 88H eral Dynamics lost /4 at 27% Press average of 60 stocks was

said the four have admitted County Commissioner Aldine said Mrs.Chewning on 2,500. on 2.000; and Gulf Oil gained unchanged at 306.4.
Combee said yesterday that I has

breaking into approximately more parking space will be admitted de- BLUE CHIPS
20 pay-telephones during the '
created along the county positing $100 p'
month. --------
past owned beach on Crystal Lake of the missing
Willis estimated the break- southeast of Lakeland. funds in her s" + jftV STOCK PRoppCP NINE
| Ins probably netted several Combee added that commissioners CANDIDATI lOOKED W. Clark Stout, cand.dota for personal account . fbltm ON CANCELLED C'ES1 LAtpERR

1 hundred dollars with individual also are consideringthe clrcvit caurt clerk in the May S primary, ,la accompanied fcy lift at the EOYf RNMEt11'CONTRACT fOR EL

I hauls ranging from $3 to $90. possibility of making the I wife .s ha ii beokad I..t, the caunry (jail altar Laktland. man Citrus and Mrl. Chewnln MAKING FIGNTER f'l.I.NES- !

J Willis also said the quartet beach larger and\ plan to begin I signal warrant charflnf' Stona with traiaatiinf, and thraatanlaf Chemical Bank at Bartow J

I had admitted getting $15 from a beautification project In the I him (......., ,Io.t. by Stvart) The arrest of Mrs. Chewning .SJ-Df 1

I an Ice machine in Haines area in the near future. I climaxed an investigation A ;

? City. According to Combee "we Circuit Clerk Candidate that began early 1 in ,
March when Mrs. Mildred
; Tools Confiscated have to see how far we own I I
toward the west of the beach i Harvey director of social

Willis, who indicated more before we will know if we Clark Stone Arrested services for the county re- se

arrests will be forthcoming can enlarge the beach." ported the records of pay

\ said officers had confiscated afire Combee explained that the ments received in her office

tool two screwdrivers and county's road rights of way Says Charge 'Ridiculous'BARTOW did not Jive with deposits recorded *

several socks allegedly used in the area will provide the in the circuit clerk's

by the group In the breakins. additional parking facilities W. Clark Stone the circuit court for Polk County office. G 1 I b

Willis said the socks were used when properly prepared. one of three candidates for Bond Posted The Daily Investor

so that no fingerprints wouldbe If more beach area is cre clerk of circuit court in the
"The of this rarl $
people county The money Involved In the M uaall.i ty
_left.___ _ ._ __ .. ated, the sand will be hauledin May 5 primary was arrested
m by truck. Combee said the yesterday on warrants charging should know that my efforts in missing funds was prepayment By WILLIAM A. DOYLE I Now it must be remembered

location of the lake makes it him with threatening bodily In- this campaign to uncover the for obstetrical services Q. A newspaper clipping about I that Rose Is a "Broadway per-

more economical to haul the jury and trespassing. inner workings of the cleik'soffice and for clinical cards Issued AMERICAN the most recent marriage sonality" to whom publicity is
VOTEFOR by Mrs. Harvey's office. The Billy Rose, the Broadway showman important. Anyone who loudly
sand rather than dredge the Stone who was released under has greatly disturbed some STOCK EXCHANGEAm
missing funds disappeared and his wife has been proclaims himself the
lake. $600 bond after turning himself people. I have been warned as during a period between mid- Elee .................. 1V4 new as biggestindividual
I to attention. It stockholder of
brought my a hugeompany
A REGULAR COMMUNITY over branded to authorities the charges, immediately"ridicu far someone back as-one and month I cannot ago that 1962 and August, 1963. Barnes Eng ............... 22% I tales that he owns 80,000 shares figures to get a lot of

LAWRENCE Neb. (AP) lous," and said the whole situation who is out to get me. say Mrs. Chewning, who was released Falcon Sea Dr ............ 11% I of American Telephone & Telegraph publicity.But .

When Jack Lemke started tear- Is a "trumped up deal". after posting .,$1,000 Guard Chem ............... 10% : Co. (supposedly making it's also interesting to note
Sensitive Areas Touched"It bond left the ilm the stockholder that not Rose
commission's biggest of so long laid
ing down an old farmhouse he Hearing Set Gulf Am .................. 5/41 ago
business office last August and AT&T) and that the value of his claim to being the biggest Individual
discovered the place wasn't vacant would appear that my Gulf Sulphur .............. 8 ; -
took a Job with Imperial Lumber hares Increased by "around stockholder of New York
i after all. A preliminary hearing on the campaign has touched some Kratter ................... 8% ,
charges made against the 40- sensitive areas"Regarding Co. of Bartow. no million over a period of a Central Railroad. He hasn't said
Living beneath the buildingwere Redwing! Carrier .......... 13% i "
21 raccoons, two skunks I year-old retired Army officer the divorce com- Brannen said Mrs. Chewning Stephan Co. ............... 8% few weeks a word about that since the

and a tomcat. I by Herbert B. Hamlc a Lake- plaint, I can say that becauseof has admitted only making the Syntex .................... 72, I own some AT&T stock The Central announced quite pointedly -
land bookkeeper was set for 3 been $100 deposit and "nothing value of my shares has never that someone else (Allan
- having alerted by Tampa Elec .............. 24%
o'clock today In the office of :Friends I have made it a pointto else." Textron Inc ............... 41,4 :gone up like that. Can you explain P. Kirby, chairman of Allehany -
Peace Justice Thomas Langstonof have my wife with me con- According to Brannen, Dep- this clipping? ; Corp.) is actually the

PIN-WORMS I Lakeland who Issued the stantly the last few weeks so uty Frank Mock, who spearheaded OVER-THE-COUNTER MUTUAL FUNDS A. Only by saying that newspapermen largest individual Central stock-

warrants for Stone's arrest. that I could not be a target for the investigation discovered I are human. We holder
According to Langston the anyone's designs. Mrs. Affiliated Fund .......... 8.79 make errors This would be an
FAMILY AFFAIR alleged threat took place Mon I "The fact Is that wife and deposited Chewning$95 veter-signed Allco ................. ..... 7% I error in arithmetic.An Q. The company In which I
Fldretlni,Boaa-picklnr' tortmntlDf my Am Express .............. 43ft
metal :Itch telltal day afternoon while Hamic and with of the an's administration check in increase of $10 million In wn some stock sent me a report -
often was me on some
an at
Auto Merch ............... 14 '
Pin-Wora..ugl penda.thtmed.teal Stone were discussing a divorce occasions in which I was her account in January 1963. the value of i showing that Its profits for
infest 1 out.1 Chase Man Bank .,......, 69% 961
aiparta ear every suit filed by Hamic against his : to have committed illicit I 0,000 shareswould were $280,000 higher thanIn
S persona axamiiwd. Entire familiM wife Sandra. Brannen said the original Eckerd's Drug ............ 18 mean 1962. But the dividend has
ba vlctimi and know acts with the divorce defend-
i may not itToetridofPiaWorms.theymust Hamic told Langston that recipient of the check report. Fidelity Fund ............ 17.88 that the market I not been Increased. Shouldn'twe

be killed In tb. lugs intestine where Stone attempted to force him ant"The ed he had signed it and turned Fla. Gas .................. 10% price of AT&T stockholders get larger dividends
f they I lira and multiply Thata.uctlrwhat entire charge Is untrue it over to the welfare office Fla. Pub. Util ............ 22V4 ?
to withdraw the suit. stock would Isn't that the It
Jayna a P-W tables I do...and way
ham how they do Itt Hamlc also said Stone went and I have proof and witnesseswho as obstetrical prepay Fla. Steel................ 9'/. have to go up works?

Fint-a ,, ensues carries to his office morningand will attest to that. I ment. Fla. Tel ................, 25 U25 a share A. No It doesn't work that

FRANCIS L. the they tablets diaaol**Into. Then the-bowels Jaym'a before mod- "ransacked"yesterday the office "The charges that I threat- Shortage Discovered Fla Tile .................. 14V. Now AT&T I way-all the time.

am, nwdleally-apprond Inrrediant while looking for some books. ened Hamlc with bodily harm Founders Life ............ 9% has done well When a company's profits Increase
PIPKINCOUNTY ton tight to work-killa PiaWormiquickly and trespassed his office are Mrs. Harvey discovered the : Gulf; Life ................. 56% over the the directors of the
years. company
and uk awrily.Don't chaaeca with daniarona Adultery ChargedIn ridiculous a further attempt to shortage when commissioners Incorp Invest ............. 7.70( But it has never I usually do Increase the
highly contacloua ttn-Worma the divorce suit Hamlc discredit me at this critical period began a new system accounting Inter County Tel & Tel ... 581h skyrocketed in dividends paid to stockholdersbut

COMMISSIONER which infect.entire lamllba. Get cntum charges that his wife 'com of the campaign. My attempt for deposits made by Jackson Min Mart ........ S3/ market value by DOYLE not right .
Jayna P-W aw.y.No
Vermifug. to talk with him and find: the various departments. I
DISTRla'1 Lewis Bus Forms ........ 15%
anulL uy-to-Uk tablet.....pedslapse mitted adultery" with Stone. anywhere near that amount Ina company pays out all of
N. p.L AMI..4_ tor children and adult.. Mv Claiming that Stone is, a out why my accountant was' at Under the old system the Nationwide .............,. 154 few weeks' time. Its profits in dividends. Prudent

"man, of,loose morals,*''Hat 1c tempting to damage my' cam' money was taken by Mrs. A. H. Robins .............. 37 So, don't fret. Each share you thinking should indicate to

'charged that Stone has Hroken' paign and the lives of nine pee 1 Harvey to the business office Taylor Inst ............... 46 own has done just as well II that a company must keep you
pie. Including my children and from where it was turned over T.V Elec Fund .......... 8.23
the home of this plaintiffand each share he cash hand.
Aid /up his, Is being twisted (n an effortto to the clerk's office by a business Trans Gas Pipe Line ..,. 21%; owns. some on Surely
Hearing Representativeat that he "committed adultery Unanswered of course are you like to keep money in the
; with the defendant on Thursday construe it as a threat. office employe. Travelers ................. 51% the questions of how many bank-at least for emergencies

March 26, 1964 and on Talk In Elks Club Tom Hyman business manager Unitel Ilium .............. 39 shares Billy Rose owns and 1 II i You should want your companyto

RUDOLPH'S JEWELERS I I numerous and divers other "The entire conversation took for the commission reported Universal Foods ........t .31 he is the largest Individual do the same thing.

times . ." place in the lobby of the Lakeland the employes in the. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE stockholder of AT&T.I Some companies pay out only
I Stone was accompanied to the Elk's Club, with other persons business office were not obligated don't know. AT&T will a small percentage of their
: afternoon his : to give Mrs. Harvey a neither confirm Rose's in dividends. The
1T. Jail yesterday by all around certainly no nor deny profits restis
109 EAST MAIN ST. pretty brunette wife and Jack setting for making threats. receipt for the money. Theclerk's Latest 11 ..m. statements. AT&Ts official position used by the company to
Close PrIce
Edmunds, an attorney. Both "As far is office issued receiptsin Is that It doe\Dot know build new plants buy new equipment -
as trespassing concerned
LAKELANDALL :Stone and Mrs. Stone appeared I went to his office on triplicate one of which re- Air Reduction 58% 118% how many shares of company etc.

confident that "if this were not the advice of to mained in the clerk's office Alden 29% 29% stock Rose actually owns. He I If this is done properly it can

DAY 'such a serious matter the circumstances -retrieve business my and attorney tax records one of which went to the busi- Allied Chem 54'541/ might own any number of shares: Increase the value of the com-

would almost be with which he was supposed ness office and one went to Allied Stores 60160% registered with pany, increase the value of the ''I

funny" Stone released the following to have been working."I Mrs. Harvey. Am Bo.ch 14Ya 14 brokerage firms "nomJnee.-1 stock really Increase future i

Mr. Les Merrill THURSDAY, APRIL 23 statement: there at 8:30 Mrs. Harvey discovered Am Cyanamid 63'4 84 It'. Impossible profits and result in much larger '
was am
I "Everyone including several : these receipts did not match Am Home Prd 68166% to let the true picture dividends over the long haul.
made with him
by appointment
CwtifM Haannf: Aid FRIDAY, APRIL 24 :attorneys, who bave had an opportunity the day before with wife! the records of deposits she Am Hospital 23123%
Audiologist to study the divorce had made at the business office 19'
and with the understanding he Am Mach "Frdy 191/4 % Latest 1I..m. | Latest 11 a.m.
complaint and other charges The missing funds first Am Metal Prd 21% 21% Close Price Close Price
.. .... .. . ... would return records. lie I
Mr bus..L... .Moen.... ..11 we a. Swale..t .?....1..h.. hwola wn/.N.. Ie ..nf end inn.utIt......... II which have been leveled at me his totaled $1,700 but an audit Am Motor 18 18
ef inn .... .......... h..rtn __ Mat An 1M .meted ..... that the whole thing in a ,was not there secretary and turned about $290 in missing 1MC 9% 91/I Std Oil Cal 63% <4%
h...,.., .... M. wit _..... M.. w.ba .....,... a-hwt .h_ wNh agree I[ searched unsuccessfully for up Am Res Dev, 24% 24% ,
........ ....._ __....... for Std Oil Ltd 70'70
M. Ie S .wlfnd h.Hes trumped up deal. receipts.'A 36 36Ya let Mln & Chem 71'71%
Am %
. ... __ .. __ Seating
"' bas tae.n 'n.lresb.n a .tIt Dud .to. ef Nwvwa. the records and I left for another -
....... .... "It is obvious that this is Std Oil N.J. 86% 857.
Whil. hww Ita will adm.I and nu.st one h..Nn a! Am Tobacco 35'35% Int Paper 33% 33%
resardlw..0 ........ with.ut .h_ appointment at 9 ..m., Good Employe'An .
political conspiracy designed to leaving wife there In Hamlc's Am Tel Tel 14214 142%tat Tel Tel 59Valt! Sunray Oil 30/ 30%
for of my employe In the business Tenn Gas & Trans 22% 22%
harm my campaign clerk ,office. Ampex 16Ya 16%Jones "L.ughlln 75% 75%
Zenith Prices Start As law At $50 I
office said Mrs. Harvey was Texaco 77% 77%
I : Arlz Pub Ser 3534 35'Va Kelsey Hayes 35'Va 35'Va
"However the secretary, after the on the Texas Gulf Sul 41
depositing money 40'/4 %
Armco Steel 75% 75'Va Kimberly Clark 64% 8'134KerrMcGee
Pay As Little As receiving a call from Hamlc
III I desk of Mrs Chewning dur 34335 Tidewater 31% 31ft
Atcha 281-2
, presented my wife a bill for ing the period of the missing Top :Korvette 2D, 29% Tractor Sup 20 20
At Refln 5514
11,075 for work not completedand
$5 Monthly funds. Union Bag 39% 39%
: 13
KlNGWOODSwotiy& said the records would be Auto Can 14314% Lear.Slegler 13% %
released payment. My wife' Hyman described Mrs. Aveo 22 21'Va Liggette Myer 83I82% Union Oil 80'/4' 81
upon who went to work Union Pac 4114' 4134
then left. : Beneficial 49% 50 Litton Indl 671h 671,4
I for the commission Feb. 23, Beth Steel 36Ya 36% Lone Star Gal 23% 23% Union Tank 431433
"If this Is trespassing the
1952 as a "good secretaryand Blaw-Knox 28Va 28 Loral Elec 7% 73/ United Fin 28'28'4
laws must have been changed good employe." 49I4914 P. Lorrlilard 48Va 48Ya United Fruit 21% 21%
STATE without my knowing it. Other who worked Borg-Warner U.S. Inds
; employes Brunswick 10% IO'Va Madison Fd 19% 19% 9397i
"If' this was not such a serious described her
with her as"moody" Magnlvox 393 3914 U.S. Rubber 52 52
HEARING AID CENTER matter the circumstances and Indicated disbelief Burlington 45'453% Steel
23 23 Marguardt 111. 11% U.S. 56% S6%
would almost be funny. I am at her being charged. Burroughs Martin Marietta 18McKe..on Upjohn 5015034
109 E. Main St. Lakeland Cat Tractor 62 81%
confident the of this
Commissioners repeatedlyhave 87 45345% Vendo 18% IS'/
county will recognize this for emphasized that every- Celanese Merck 1141h 1115: % Warner-Lambert 29% 29'/'
-- ------- ----- -- ---- 29128%
just what it Is, an attempt to handled the Chemetron !
one who missing Minn Hnwl 125Ya 128% W. Air Brake 341333
undermine what I am fully confident funds is bonded and.that the Chel Ohio 71% 71'VaChry.ler MMM 87 67 Westinghouse 34'3414

: and bad been told by county will not lose anythingin 46% 47 Montg Ward 183387/ Winn Dixie 317313
., N Meet and Hear I many people was sure to be a' connection with the case Cln Gas & Elee 28% 26% Nat Biscuit 61 61 Woolworth 8418434
successful for clerk of Cities Ser 68J4 68%
Nat Can 183/4 18% Xerox 93% 93%
French 128 127%
Coca Cola
the circuit court
HAYDONBURNS I Five spent Nat Dairy 75 75Ya Zenith Rad 79% 79'/4
433 431h
month 36 feet below the surface -Colgate
a Nat Fuel 34 Va 34% Occidental 25% 22%
I Radio contact with the outside of the Red Sea without Collins Rid 17% 17% Nat Gypsum 49% 50 Jim Walter 35% 38
Columbia Gas 29 291/
world from the Arctic is subjectto resurfacing They lived in s Nat Tea 16% 16NlaMohawk /
the uncertain atmospheric prefabricated underwater vllage. Com Credit 41% 41% 811,4 511,4

conditions prevailing there. I Con Foods 54'4 541,4 Okla Gas & Elec 27% 27Ya
I Consumer Pwr 46% 46% Employe Welfare
Outboard Marine 17'Va 11Ya
; Cont Can 4734 47%
Pac Gas & Elec 31'Va 317/e
IsSPpuienSpeople 96'% Pan Am Sulphur 311h 313e Pension Funds
Ctrl Data 957/ Parke Davis 30 303/

Com Prds 84% 64% Penney J. C, 53% 53Ya'

Saturday, April 25th drink Crown Curtiss-Wright Cork 33 18r.% 33 19% Pepsi Cola SlY, 50% Now $66 BillionCHICAGO

Pfizer 47%
6 P.M. Christina Park Den & Rio R R 20 20 Phlla Elec 33'14 33% A( Assets of em-
De SoW Chem 22Ya 22'Va
Phillips Pet 503 501,4
Hy. 37 (Mulberry ...) Between Lakeland Dresser Indl 31131% Phelps Dodge 69Ya 701% ploye welfare and pension benefit

t MulberryEverybody! DuPont 26172613% plans In 1963 totaled some
,f flTfl Pit Plate Glass 70'4 7014
Eastman Kodak 128% 128 Proctor Gamble 83% 83% (66 billion, one of the largest

Welcome Gamble Skgmo 3434 34% Pub Srv Elec Gas 761% 761 concentrations of investment

I LUHICKOR Ga Pac 677571 Pure Oil 44% 44% holdings In the United States
HAYDON BURNS Gen Elec 86186 Raybestos Man 47% 4434
By 1970, at the rate
r Gen Foods 89389% R. J. Reynolds 49Ya 493/
Gen Inst 12% 12'Va Reynolds Met 42 42Ya of growth assets of such plans

FISH'FRY Gen Motors 82182 R.C Cola 74 72% will be around $100 billion according -

Gen Tel & Elec 34 34'Va Safeway Stores 62 82% to the report-based on

Gen Time 1234 12'Va Scott Paper 36% 36% a U. S. Labor Department study
America'* Most Magnificent Bourbon Gen Tire 24r. 243,4 Seaboard Air R 46 46Se.rs More than 22 million personsare

BAKED BEANS SLAW HUSH PUPPIESFREE Gillette 3114 31% 109Ya 109% covered by welfare and pension -

10 years light ; w. R. Grace 5856% Shatluch 16118 benefit plans not count-

BAND Great A & P Tea 39/s 39 Sinclair Oil 46 461,4 Ing family beneficiaries.Death .

DIXIELAND ? E ; Greyhound 591-2 5934 Socony 711,4 7H. benefits are a featureof

"fin Necked is IURNS" 10 years mellow! Grumman 40% 40% S.C. Elec Gas 56% 571/4 four-fifths of the plans and
M. P... U". ay a.kd/and Fer .rw..wm
IBM 590 589Ya Sperry Rand 16r. 1631 retirement for disability is covered

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Ed Ball And LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, April M IM4NonFlying .

Bob Sikes Pay 1 Youth Steals I
Fines Of $50 r Airplane

ClIATOM, Ala. (AP) Fines .. MONTGOMERY, Ala (AP- ed after clipping several trees nectlon with the theft of the larceny for breaking Into a con-
of $50 and costs have been paid : Jimmy C. Willis I6. loves air and badly damaging the plane. $7,000 plane and burglary-grand[cession stand at the airport.
by a Florida congressman, a re- iv ,t planes. That was the only apparent -He escaped uninjured.,
tired general and several businessmen a reason for his actions Sheriff Lester Holley of El-
who pleaded guilty to officers said.Shortly more County said Willis la being
hunting law violations. held in the county Jail on
The hunters Included U.S. midnight Tuesday charges of grand larceny In con-
Wtllia took a plane from a
Rep. Robert F. Sikes. D-Fla.: hangar, got It started and -_
Gen. Nathan F. Twining former I ItK'
although he had never been at II
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of the controls of a plane-took off. I
Staff; Edward Ball, a Jacksonville
Authorities said
he flew for
Fla., financier; and R. A. \ some three hours almost KlNGSVVOODWhitens
Leanard, an Aluminum Corp. of crashing twice and finally land.
.America vice president.
They pleaded guilty Mondayto De GAULLE: PROGRESSING
charges of hunting turkey PARIS (AP) President
over a baited field Sunday. They Charley de Gaulle of France
were among a number of guestsat
"continues to
tecover in a satisfactory -
the hunting lodge of former manner" from a prostate
r Rep. Frank Boykin of Mobile. operation, a medical bulletin
said today De Gaulle, 73, under.
I TIME FOR A I went surgery last Friday.


r SCHOLAR MET WilUm .. Word, kf, Mead .( the W.,4 Nun ry, C.., Avon Put |.NC4 _... Ara Fish
at aa &liito4 with .". .f kit whcUnMp keldtt -W.y... Jackie* *f fort Mt "l a Mpkcmot .t Meat KidneyChickemllVef
? Fk rU< Scvtfitm e.I...... SinM Ut Mi. Ward ...ii4.Hoii k.. Aiwa I FUrto $eath.r" mar
tk.n $10.000 for citrus rttmrtR .*. tckoUnkl for MlocttJ ."' ."t. who major I* cilrui.
Ward was a eu..t ., fconor .t .... c.II.|.'( ."u.1 l cMnii banquet for >hid.nN sad .Iu"" .'.

New Jersey GOP Delegation

hIP and "lu.' WhiterSaves /
Uxtie for .11.! Uncommitted In Placid PrimaryNEWARK

.a MN FEE THAT SYSTEM M..... N.J. (AP-One of date ever to run on a major gates-chief among them being rubbingRoman n N MEAT KIDNEYS CHICKEN LIVER FISH
Mrs Paoalsa.ELECT the most Placid' primary elections party ticket in the state. former Rep. Fred A. Hartley, cosponsor TREAT IS A CUPBOARDFUL OF CAT FOODS ill In one ...the only
in recent history left New The organization slate of Republican of the Taft-Hartley Act. at food to combine ill your pet's essentials In one balanced blend
Ralph J. Rossi Jersey today with an uncommitted delegates-at-large led reported With 352 Hartley of the had 4,603 560 districts votes, Bleach removes thit'i so delicious no cat can resist it,so nutritious no cat needs any
delegation to the Republican by as much as 10 to 1 over three compared with the 6,618 total for perspiration soil, stains thing else-ever. And you've nothing to add-TREAT Is already
TAX ASSESSOR National Convention and the pro-Barry Goldwater candidateswho the GOP state chairman, Webster from collars and cuffs steeped to flavor perfection,not In watery broth jooey gravy,but in
.... .... .
Acv k> J. awl I were running without the B. Todd, who headed rubbing wonderful
first Negro congressional candi- the -saves wear. Its own natural juices.What's more,TREAT comes In one
Arizona senator's permission or organization slate R meal cans that eliminate leftovers and store In little space.Treat your
help. Counting of returns fromTuesday' Roman Bleach also deodorizes
----I cat to TREAT every day. everything he loves-ind needs
election was slowed U.N. DELEGATE WEDS and disinfects
by overloaded ballots. NEW YORK (AP-Milhcent makes clothes fresh .. "
ALLBRAND LIQUORS Auto Dealer Wins P. Hearst and Raouf Boudjakdji smelling and sanitary. I AMERICA'S FIRST COMPLETELINE
The Negro congressional candidate M, an Algerian delegate to (I hLJ OF CAT FOODS

801 N. FLORIDA AVE.OVERSTOCKEDMUST. I II is William L. Stubbs, 46, the Unite Tuesday Nations. were married t USED CANNING CO'MPMV,WOIURN,MAIS.Wlio .
I Newark automobile dealer who --
I won a three-way primary con
test in the llth District. He de-[
SELL II feated a Negro doctor and aj ,
white lawyer. Stubbs will oppose
AT THESE LOW PRICES. 'Democratic Rep. Joseph G. Mm-

5tht I'ish in November. I .
Ambassador Henry Cabot ,
SPRING HILL H. . . . . 3.29 i Lodge garnered about 40 percent ,
of the informal Republican
. '!presidential preference vote,
OLD GLENMORE . . . . 3.79 with Sen. Barry Goldwater second -
and former Vice President
G&W . . . . . . . . . 3.59 Richard M. Nixon third.

STILLBROOK . . . . . 3.39 Lodge got 2,236 write-In votes
with about 43 per cent of the
OLD CHARTER . . . . . 4.99 state's districts reporting. Gold I t- -
water received 1.604 votes and 1
KENTUCKY TAVERN . . 4.49 Nixon received 951.Turnout .

OLD STAGG . . . . . . 4.09 Low v 7 rztut

HEAVEN HILL . .,,. . .". 3.79 The turnout was reported low
everywhere because of the gray,
SUNNYBROOK . '. . . . 3.89 rainy day the overloaded ballot :
:and a scarcity of contests. The .. -
THREE FEATHERS . . . 3.69 Mercer County election commissioner -

CARSTAIRS . . . . . . 3.59 reported a record low
turnout of about a per cent. ,
CALVERT'S GIN . . . . 3.29 The only real statewide con Y .f i f!' fa ,
test on the ballot was providedby 1
I the three Goldwater dele-.
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An Invitation To the PeopleOf
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Lakeland To Visit With 1ay ''$< vi' -

_ ewiJZPS.. : :I Iurm.n

Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. j ;;;VI

,seu Q....,....ar.W F NSr
Candidate for State Senator I I I

and his Family, i- in the world would write a

In The Glass Room fan letter to a loaf of breadFrankly

New Civic Center


Lake Mirror Drive


Friday, April 24th, 1964 i .4

7:00 p.m. to 9:30: p.m. j .' ,'I'Jr'

Come and bring your Family. i

Sandwiches, Coffee, Orange Juice : -
we are amazed at all the wonderful letters we made it with more milk solids more shortening and more

and Popcorn for the Kiddies. have received about our new Golden Circles Bread. spring wheat flour. This gives it that honesttogoodnessflavor
We knew Golden Circles was special. Actually, it is the kind only rich ingredients can give and the]
the richest white bread we have ever baked but never in kind of texture that is tender but good.

Hostess all our years of baking have we received so many warm We added pure cane sugar because this helps to make
and wonderful letters from women about a loaf of bread. for tenderer crusts and better toast.

Mrs. Erwin Spears t We knew when we made Golden Circles that it was Next time you shop pick up a loaf of Golden Circles
\ not just another round bread-we planned it that way We and see if you don't feel like writing us a letter about it.

Mrs. Earl Bailey ,

.__ Merits @@ll@l@ffi. @fiI@nS . the bread.that's richer all the way around!
ttew P.Ibal "" It. I




ILAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 22 IM4
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I British Russians Arrange Exchange Of Spy For BusinessmanBERLIN ... I
identified Moms received itf yeah or a partIn
(AP) Britain exchanged iLonsdale today for British busllnessman Wynne. Jailed by the Soviets asa Birmingham and flown t o the tence but he's In splendidform" crets to the West Penkovsky were and Lona later Cohen. as Lonsdale'i ring.
. courier of espionage information British air force base at Gatow she said at her London was executed.
nurd GrevWer a
Soviet spy Gordon May ( The Cohens who operated
'- about five miles from the border -home. Wynne testified before the Soviet shortwave radio' station -
The British foreign Office point wherethe exchangewas : court that the British powerful ,
made. A family friend said Wynnewas military for Soviet intelligence were
The ONLY Candidate . said it agreed to the exchange intelligence service had sentenced to 20 each.
ill. Wynne, 45. was sentenced in expected ,to arrive at his yean
because Wynne was
him into serving as a ,
Two Britons Harry
,home this afternoon.
Moscow last
"J:' Who HuAlreody The exchange was made at detention-three May in eight years and' The Foreign Office said the courier. He said that for six -year-old admiralty clerk, and
the Heentrasse'crossing point I months he never knew, what was Ethel Gee. 46. both
Union his fiancee
Soviet proposed on April
five in a labor
j Proved Himself! between the British sector of camp
be to
in the packages
; 7 if the Brit-
i Lonsdale,40.was sentenced to pardon Wynne
West Berlin and East Germany
I received from Penkovsky GENERAL DIES
ish would free Lonsdale.
Meet !at 5:35 a.m. and took just over 25 years imprisonment In 1361! at Lonsdale's trial MOSCOW (AP) Col. Gen.
r minutes. I as the mastermind of a spy ring Wynne was on a business tripin Testimony STATEPrim
2Q memberof
revealed that be had penetratedthe Nikolai Alexandra a
operating at the Portland naval Budapest in November 1962
A PAUL VAUGHNCLERK Exchange Arranged I research: establishment. when he was arrested by Hungarian British underwater naval re- the Soviet Military Council
Informants In London said, Wynne'a wife Sheila, denied secret police. He was search plant at Portland. has died unexpectedly,the Communist -
Wynne was flown from Moscow:that he was ill. tried In Moscow with Oleg Penkov.ky Convicted with him were two party newspaper Pravda
OF CIRCUIT COURT !to East Berlin. They said Lons-i "He may be half the size I a Soviet official Americans, Peter Kroger, 50, reported Tuesday. It gave no details.
..... ".l A..... ky A...... o..d.dM. I dale I was..taken. from"p prison In the I was when he started his sen,charged with netting atomic se and his wife Helen. 47. They --

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Chief Cites Red Influence In Negro Movement I LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday April 22. IM4 |r

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Director"rumnvjujll J. Edgar Tnrr Hoover- fBI has\ ,try to use "what are often legitimate -:may be attracted to Communist t t Hoover asked to speak off thee The Communists, he said college education provided they I
told a congressional .subcommit Negro complaints and party membership, "i not th i record, so the hearing transcriptdoes I have shown "considerable pa-I would seek government employment
tee that "Communist Influence grievances for the advancementof important thing" Hoover said not show whether he was tience" in these efforts and after graduation and cooperate PRESCRIPTIONS
does exist in the Communist ." He cited an old Communist .
Negro movemenL" objectives asked for, or gave, any specific sometimes finance students' with Soviet intelligenceRQfcEN ,
The number of Negroes who principle that "communismmust instances of Communist Influence .. ..
The transcript of his Jan. :29 be built with nonCommunist among Negroes. '
testimony, mad public Tuesday THEY FELT THE NEED hands. Hoover, reporting on the . : ..rJE. ,t'.. ;,' ; .
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does,not show whether he DANIELSON Conn. (APItwas "We do know," he added, FBI's activities, also described ''"' '. .
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In his appearance party before he said ,state police said that was no it is this Influence which 1 views. students to theirs . :. .. .. :" ,
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Mi LAKELAND-n LEDGER Wednesday Apr" 22, mi I Laos Junta

Proven Performance Means More Than Promises i Severe ThunderstormsHit :To Establish t

: Areas Of 13 States New RegimeVIENTIANE

Aldine Combee, County Commission I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rapidly and nearing flood stage Laos (AP) ,uJtaa

-.. I Severe thunderstorms and after Tuesday's downpours in The Laotian revolutionary committee

Proves Government CAN Be Economical ,rain hit areas In 13 states from the Cleveland area. declared today It 1s determined
to form a new government
Texas to the eastern Great Hall Pelts 2 States
as diplomats worked feverishly

Even while Increasing services, Lakes region today after sweepIng Downpours also drenched sections to undo results of the

!J 4 a continuous eye toward cost-cutting/ across sections of the Mid. of southern Arkansas and right-wing coup.Diplomats ,

has resulted in huge cash corry-oven, west surrounding areas. More than representing the
$900,000 last alone.: And for I Heavy rains In much of the three Inches fell In Pine' Bluff, United States, Britain France, IE.
year eastern half of the nation this ArIC Locally severe thunderstorms Australia and India flew to the .
you week have caused some floodIng rumbled across sectionsof royal capital of Luang Prabangto :;

# from swollen rivers and the Ohio Valley during' the meet with King Savang Va- \

streams In parts of the Midwest I night. Hail pelted scattered sections thana and neutralist Premier .. ; .
The Cuyahoga River in north, of Illinois and Indiana Prince Souvaana Phouma. iii

Keep The Man Who east Ohio was reported rising- Wind gusts of fi2 miles an hour Appeal Planned
I lashed the Cincinnati area.
I Strong winds were reported In Col. Ekam Slngvongsa a
has performed for you. . flint, Mich. spokesman for the rebel Junta

t .. Rain spread Into the Pacific declared: "We are going to

Keep ALDINECOMBEE Northwest ahead of a new storm make an appeal to all compatriots -
that was expected to bring snow Including the (proCommunist :
and rain to the Plateau states ) Pathet Lao, to join a
Livestock warnings were issued workable government."

for southwest Idaho and north i The PathetLao, one of Laos' A GIFT FOR JOHN LIMN/ John Runyon, ton of Mr. tndMrt.

ern and western parts of Ne three main political factions already 1. Lit..,.., and "...r" ., the 1964 Un.ud; FvnJ mov,.,

County Commissioner- Dlst. 5 vada. has charged that Suniday' w.> ........a lift (... .Iht! .t tile Grove T...**.*,. The ei..ft

Early morning temperatures coup was an Imperialist w.* on iproMio; ., ,'th...." by Fund ffwloli for yu"f Run.yon'l .
All! registered voters con vote in this race ranged from the upper 20s in plot that threatened renewal or vol .., Mnrlcis and l Nl.nf.. With John I U J...,. A. K.,.,
New England to the 70s In the the Laotian civil war
IN, Po,. Ad.. campolfn" chlrma
Gulf states. I Ekam Indicated the revolutionary -

committee, as the coup
'roup calls itself, was preparedto 1964 United Fund Raises

continue its efforts to forma

COOPERS SCHALLER'SMarket SAPP'SSuper new government despite the
possibility that U.S. aid to Laos 95 Per Cent Of Its GoalThe

might be cut off.
1964- Campaign of the agencies that receive operating
U.S. Backs Souvanna
Market Grocery I United Fund of Greater Lakeland funds through the United Fund.
The United States has made Kent said that the campaign u
has raised $220,158 -
It t clear that It wants Souvanna now officially over that some
2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota 'reinstated and it Insists on a per cent of Its goal. The amount, cards still outstanding wouldbe
930 N. Florida Ave. made known last night at a final
return to the neutralist coalition followed up.
and recognition meeting
that out of the report The United Fund "Achieve.
government grew I
held at Grove Theater, is the
Geneva Laos in ment Meeting" last night
agreements on was
QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES most money raised by the Lakeland -
1962. attended by approximately 400
area United Fund. It exceeds -
The neutralist premier flew to volunteer workers and special
the amount raised in 1963

Fresh Ground Ga. Grade A Dressed and Drawn the Prabang royal, 120 capital miles of north Luang of by approximately 15000. guests United Fund president Melvin

Vientiane Tuesday for his sec- However, campaign chairman,,B. Estroff, and Kent conducted
and meeting with the king since erard A. Kent In announcingthe the business part of the meeting.
ight-wing military leaden total stated that the amount Recognized were organization
I seized control of Vientiane Sun raised fell short of the minimum winning recognition on the

BEEF FRYERSFRESH day and put Prince Souvanna funds needed for a balanced Fund's "Rod of Honor" by
under house arrest. program of community services meeting qualifications for "Fair
and well below the communities Share" or "Excellence" awards

I NEHRU PLANS TRIP ability to support the A number of individuals were
NEW DELHI India (AP- health welfare and recreational also honored for their services

Prime Minister Nehru laid to- in the annual campaign.

'day he will attend the confer,
NOT ence of British Commonwealth: Eighth Rally
'Age Heaping'Study
3 99c lb. 25cGOOD ''prime ministers Jn London ir

Ibs. FROZEN July. It will be the; Indian lead: Set Tomorrow Started

er's ,first trip abroad since h<

;suffered. a mild stroke In Janu: In AuburndaleAUBURNDALE COLUMBUS, Ohio un-A studyat

,Cary . Ohio -State University seeks
to determine the extent of "age
Polk Coun
STALL-FED STEER BEEF :ty's eighth Democratic Executive -heaping"-the tendency of persons
Maxwell|, House
Committee political rally to report an approximate
Lykes Budget FULL CUT TENDER Re.Elect I will be staged at the municipal rather than actual age-In Genius

'stadium here tomorrow at 7:30: figures for nonwhites
INSTANT An p.m. Group Two candidates will Prof. Melvin Zelnik is conducting .
SLICED ROUND SIRLOIN ,speak: constable; justice of the the study under a $13,700
4 ExperIencedMan peace; clerks of criminal and National Science Foundation
,circuit courts; supervisor of grant. He worked on a similar
'registration; tax assessor; project for the white population

COFFEE states attorney; tax collectorand which was completed four years
BACON 79,1 79 sheriff candidates. ago.The[

Introduced will be unopposed earlier study indicated a

Morris Combee I criminal court judge; county tendency to report approximate
judge; juvenile court 'judge; ages, resulting in overcounts es-
CHUCK ALL MEAT CONSTABLE DIST. #s public defender; county solicitor pecially in ages ending in zero

H..t a.IOfOCOIIC. and county surveyor Bar or five. About 33 per cent of
00 6-=. 99 ... I. vwn.Id. becue supper will be supervised white females reporting age 40
3 ROAST STEW Nh Adv.i :at S p.m. by Band Patrons. in 1890 actually were another

lbs. jar i I.......____ age. about 25 per cent in 1910
17 per cent in 1930 and 9 per ,

cent In 1950.L.aOAL .


t {(rl , rA .THAT. I, JOHN CECIL KFDDIItin r..
wu ennvlctvd In the ( nnm j "il
Court of Record of Polk Co'in' .
Honda, at th. January 1."mIhnr.ot .
A. D. H64. of In. nffn r.
Dixie LilyMEAL Fresh Pork Georgia Red of Aalatlnv nttlnc up a Loll. >
and attempting to nl,>rote a Liry '''. '
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and ntn od thr for "
thn.. (3) yara In the Flnrlila *Istn
STANDARDBIF "rl,on. ..11all"IY\ lor R.ntor.ti"n
NECK of my Civil RUrhta.$ tn tie *t.i.
Hoard of Pardon, Tallahaw .
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1 12oz. 303 1O c 1\\ JOHN_iiK.vnT 1.- BROWN.Plaintiff, >i,

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(acid A r *ld nc unknown)
lb. 6 limit You are ftrby notified Oat a
George K. Miller suit for dlvuro ha. bn filed
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& you In tn* abovo
'* ; and that you aro h.nhyrequired
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Crisp Iceberg .n.**. nr ",".r written d.ffn.*.
Your Polk County plaintiff who addr
attorney ** -
Florida *.. I. P. O. t>raw.r 12'. [,.k'.-
land, Florida on or b.f r* the
PURE LETTUCELARD loth day of April,'at..I D.. 1M4.and:
ocfor* or lmm. tnnmfc.fto
Crystals Tax Collector rUe with the Clerk of th.aboatytoxl "e
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Court lh original of
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If you fall t. do< *o, doer. pro
heads 29c Successful Businessman .nl..o o will b. atrd ....n.<
you Jar tbs rUt demanded in
1 the complaint.WITNEHH .
SUGAR Experienced Administrator my band and offlrlolM
( < >al nf offlr. at Bartow. Polk
County, Klorlda this situ da/ of
Fresh Tender Green , Married, 4 children Navy Veteran Marco, D A. H D.. SLOAN l Iie1. JR,

Clrlt Circuit Court
Member, St. David's Episcopal Church (SEAL)

BEANSFlorida Member American Legion, Elks, Moose? c.ns By LUOIUB Lrpaty nark HASTINGS.

3 39C 5 Ibs 59cjar Ch, City of Lakeland Pension Fund ,I' TENTH FOLK COUNTY JUDICIAL FLORIDA.CIRCUIT,

2 Ibs. 29c Co-Chairman Heart Fund Drive, 1964 Lakelond 'I Lois Caao P.N IN TwLLjBTT Put... CHANCERY.119'4 No.,Plata 11 IMM.kt tiff II

Voted One of Lakeland's
Outstanding Young Men 1961 I Defendant.
Grade "A" Extra cro"r rDA.
"Now that it's time to elect our first new Tax Collector !. THUUrrON CONWAY TOl.tCTT ,.
; Whoa* Rnldonro. ai d
in 24 years, elect GEORGE K. MILLER for afresh Mailing adrtn- .,* nknwn.
notlflnl teat a
new, businesi-like .alt You for ar..1II.hrby .. .been fll"Ia
approach to .
1i reducing costs alnt you In in. above ntitl.dcauu
in the Tax Collectors office. ." :. Sad that you an brby
rqulrd to acrvo a ropy of your
I answer or es wrlttan df<-n a
,. whoo drtr...*
plaintiff *.
Boatall.. .. .,
ia P. O. Lak land
un or ....,or. lh. nth day of Mm..

F Vote for new efficiency ants economy in .A.n..t. '. 1X4 lh'r,,.anA"..bofora to fll.or vita tmmit the'
Jerk nf th aboro ( Cnunih
the Tax Collector's office . nrlilnal of said answer or
aid written d.fnta, U any
If you tail I* do '.% dMir. Pronnfr.o
will .b. .atord .5.10.1
a for tho r llt dniahdd In
Hi' <'nniplalntW1TNKMM .
my hand seal fflrlal
ini). Florida tbla 11th day of
.1P P 11 BION, JR.
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Hardin Slated To Face

Homer Nelson Quits GridPost' .

Daytona Beach TonightBy

Wins For Tribe At Lakeland Ledger Sports SLAYTON Editor

The old Tigers-Lakeland variety-clme home to the den and celebrated In gusto lilt

night II Lakeland defeated the Tampa Tarpons 7-8 before about 1,168 fans

By MIKE RATMET By JACK SLAYTON they lost the finale to Mana Nelson earned the grudging The Tigers play here _again tonight against the Daytona Beach Islander with Hugh_

Associated Press Meanwhile homers were hit Ledger Sports Editor tee. Last fall the Dreadnaughts respect of many of the State Hardin hurling for Lakeland I !
Sport Writer all over Wrigley Field in Chicago Lakeland went ahead to and Gail Henley,
were plagued by bad luck but of Florida coaches. Declared Jim Brown sidelined part of stay ager manager
Charles Finley doesn't need a Pittsburgh defeating the II L. L. (Nurml) Nelson for stunned Manatee In the sea Roy French, longtime mentorat the season was throwing as In their half of the sixth. Pepper here last summer and at Duluth

pennant porch. He needs a right Cuba 8.5 on Gene Freese's pinch- of the seasons Lakeland head football coach son's finale In one of the most Miami Jackson: "Any time quick as ever last night as he got an Infield hit. Renfro bunted this year watched the game
fielder on stilts.FinleyM hit homer in the ninth Inning Dreadnaughtsand whiffed ten and went the route from the pressbox Henley
thrilling at Lakeland
games played Bryant you play be ready
whose la of and when Martinez' throw went
the ninth one opined "The defense of this
right fielder, Rocky homer of the game Stadium. for trouble. They're alwayswell for the Lakeland victory. He :
the oldest still active In the through Best down the right club Is better than mine here
Colavlto had In the
all the other only other games Nelson's alltlitie scoring favorite coached" ran Into trouble In the third

equipment, a glove 'spikes anda played, Cincinnati walloped state coach will step devote down as lootball was wild 4343 win ever The practice field and track inning and after that Tampa got held line, Pepper came all the last year However we had a
to his full "
wedding gown white uniform Houston 10-5 with a II.hit attack lime to duties athletic di Ft. Lauderdale In 1152. The behind lakeland Senior High harmless rum In the sixth and way home and Renfro wound up better defense up the middle

but without the stilts be Just and ,Detroit whipped the Los Angeles rector. as Dreadnaughts trailed 2S-24 at School was named In his hon ninth. on third. He came home on a Tampa. NI "'

couldn't handle Leon Wagner's Angels 8-4 Nelson notified Lakeland halftime or two years ago Don Pepper continued his as- queeie bunt by Thoele. 005,5 of R IITw.W :; N

high towering homer that The Philadelphia at New York vault the hurlers witha Rufe Anderson's Infield single IIIIIaa 54 '
triggered area school officials yesterday on Tampa ht 5s i '
Cleveland to a .5-3victory and Washington and Minnesota of his decision to terminatehis home run and three singles In and Pepper in.lde-the-park ladle.Ih 31. 1 .I''IP..nar' I1-.N..f!

over Kansas City Tuesday night. games were rained out. football coaching duties at Fishing And Hunting four trips His homer was annsldethe homer came In the following Rabaa 500055 rf 311 4 'MIa11UYanY1r '
Lakeland TIGER
The Indians' victory ruined Wagner came up In the eighth Lakeland Senior High "I -park affair with a inning for If Th,111
the A'i home debut and spoiledthe with the Indians trailing 2-1 and guess It's about time after By FRED W. JONES runner on base In the aeventh TALK Mayor Harold CrUzard N R;'{ I f OI5.a'bCCalls

coming out party for the slammed his homer, far over coaching since 1927," he said Fishing.Hunting EditorA Inning. Two of his singles opened Eddie tossed GiUiliand out the of first the ball National and ",. 1 \I Oftold.

porch, but in no way dimmedthe Finley's porch. Diego Segul, the this morning "Sixteen sea- Lakeland scoring Innings. ,
of S 'l'ftlol' 1L
couple short items Ted 50
according to Smallwood of Association (minors) caught It. J.
festivitiet A few more losing pitcher had shot Kansas tons here la I'll Both played here last summer ,, ...o f5 I" Ia....
spend the Everglades Small Dock J MacDonald of Lakeland TAMPA Caml1'l OOl ISLAND
Boat Russ Howard of York George 001
innovations from Finley and City into the lead with a homerIn my time as athletic directorand The Tigers made the home I ,, . Hi OOS I0.::TB.it
Pa took top honors In the Ten Thousand Island Snook Rodeo president of the Florida St.teLealue.
Kansas City could have held its the seventh.In let someone else handle ; folks happy with a trio of runs also hand. . KltotlwlllI.III"! '>.a, MwtlnrfA '
which ended was on
own World's FAIL the ninth, the lights flashed the grid coaching duties.,. on March 31.Howard's In the second. Pepper opened Walt Thoele married last 0.- I. I ind Pnoixr'. RBl-2111AnH.i.on.TW. ;
20-pound snook took first his 18 got I, W v.... M oil. Tho.lo. CltrtMirtlnn .
again when Bill homeredfor Albert place; pounder with Ron PYp.r
There were these attractions Bryan R. Adami, supervising a single to right weekend and arrived back In Inst. Tiers 2B Ml.ll,
provided by the ,A's owner for the A'., but Ted Abernathyearner principal of Lakeland area placed second, and he won the award for most snook releases Robinson made a nifty stab Lakeland in time for Monday'sopener Clark r- Minis-Toour: SB. -a.-.roohr'.., ,HR Jtonfro...-P.BBB -

the 28,165 on hand in multihued on to preserve Jim schools declared this morn- with 36 In one day! Offhand we'd say that guy enjoyed pretty of Roy Renfre'a grounder but in Tampa . Manager I ;,..10, II II S 555550R5,5t

Municipal Stadium: Grant's triumph. Ing: "The decision was some good snook fishing I Dave Best bobbled the toes fora AI Federoff scooted on the dla l}}

-The A',,, dressed !in their al I. Freeie's three run shot what of a Jolt and we haven't force play Jim Mlall's double mond with alacrity to protest t..u I i I I t

ternate uniforms of wedding capped homer derby that left had time to name a successorbut The Interior Department reports a total of 1$.831,644 fishermen scooted down the right fancey's steal in the third a"W'1IIW HBP-.Brow tall (Multi I ."I. WP-1I,0.5 .
the two teams one shy of the we Intend to very soon field line Just Inside the bag oad UoOarlt1 T-.n. A
gown white trimmed In Ft and 13999375 hunters bought state licenses to pursue Jack Phillips, Jamestown man .V.-Lu55elaoe
National for a run. A walk to Walt
Knox gold Vita Kelly green record. Roberto League Clemente single ,game Dick their favorite sports during the year ending last June 30 Thoele loaded the bases and

tleeves These licenses cost the flshcmen and hunters $128
nearly Bill Vou'a single Beat
Schofield and Tim Pagliaronialso [
_-A.,battery of 60 green And homered for the Pirates ..u ,.. ,"'" scored two more for Lakeland.
gold lights and three loud horns
TAMPA LAY 71055. Tburld.,. as.11 11. 1554. ",oil tb. 53.45 Iurl.l With one out In the Tampa
while Jimmy Stewart, Andre ..... ,
set to go off for every.A'a homerin 10. 5'd." L .t ? 5r4 5m4 we awl, S.01 5m4 a.ta r Smd man nl/a
...... ... walked
Rodgers Ron Santo Billy Cow 4.1? Mth 411 .. third Harvey Yancey
place of the fireworks the .
J' and stole second Pitcher Ed
an and Billy Williams 'rr 13
city has banned Finley from using ed for the Cubs. million. It has been estimated a number equal to those buying life's single sent him to third,

licenses also go fishing each year and numbers of huntersare Ken Clark bounced a double off ilP
-The outfield walls, painted PITTIIUROM CMICAOOok 4 'epper'a glove scoring Yancey
also exempted from buying the licenses for one reason or
r k M I*
green and gold and splotched Schoflold Mill I Itowort :Jb .11b1 another Hite tallied on a wild pitch and
,with question marks where vireo Cf 4 1 1 Brock rt 4 tClwn.nl. Best'i hit scored Clark.
white fence rl 11 t I wllilomt M 4111 i The numbers of licensed fishermen Increased by nearly a
lettering compared
SKro.ll If i I t lent Ml 1 Tampa took a brief lead
half million
H 1962. The number. of licensed
distances with New York's Yankee oFrono 1111 Bonki IB T over hunters the sixth Best reached second

Stadium. CMndMi Johnston N Ik 4* 111 I I Ron.....".' *u 1111 4' creased by nearly a quarter of a million over 1962 on an infield hit and Barrie Wil Wednesday AprU 22, 11M 11

-The porch, an area in right 1.II.t Ib 1 5 : comes tt a 1 I 1MN'dtl lamson's wild heave Jake Martinez -

field that reduces the dimen Pull.ni. 2b 5 1 4 t! a khun Naman,1 f" . According to the Wildlife Management Institute, the sixth tingled him home. triple

dons of Municipal Stadium, Low* 5 I I 111 11 1 I k rMOrfor . revision of Camping Maps, U. S. A is now available from the by Steve Reeves and an Infield

bringing theu more In line with TNdi b . Macmillan Company, 60 Fifth Ave, New York 11, N.Y. Price out accounted for the final Tampa .
the distances at Yankee Stadium 11* I Tot.U 515 0 0 tally in the ninth.
0-"_'" fW l'or..11 III SIC: 1- _
.O.u/eel Iftto reel ,1. ter Ie"III is the booklet The World's'
Nn.Plnrbvr, listing more than 10,000 camp grounds
The A't looked The out-
sharp A . 1N IN "I- with facilities
etc., etc, that we wrote of last year and whichwe
field walls were Informative. CAIC.55 III IN 1110INass'io.A
; : ''-.; flttwunn I,,, Chi used on our SOOO-ph. mile 21-day tamping trip last summer Finest Bourbon
And the worked. But the
ctoo in I. OP lonta ltow"1 and .
porch didn't. link, Rodatn. Itowor end tonkit Finley built the porch to catch 5w..".a t.d. LOB "'"IOU"", I. Chi- NURMI HIUON The Wildlife Management Institute says the booklet Is "as t since 1795 ,

the A's homers It was bigger 71 Brock. low, Jl MiitroiklMP. 1. . Cell It Qvitt Indispensable to the American camper as the automobile and
.. . ,
4t w rt aidesCI.mate l whisk
highway that him off
originally but didn't conform to Poolloranl Cowon. Will .-.. to endless outdoor adventure.

baseball rule. and was whittled P.w. la-iNnderon IP M. .. ..10 since spring football practice We certainly found it of great help. Driving through new

down in size It stood there beckoning Lew ....,,,$1.55 4 4 I IBork a will begin in about two weeka.Aa parts of the country, we checked the book for a camp location Br T. (._1.". Prow mrirBgB

Tuesday night but all Foe*. W', 11 I": ": t l-t 1 I t I I I t 11 has been the cue In the about the number of miles off on the highway w* would travel NATIONAL LISOWSw. L'CT, e a JIM

homers hit eluded it. I INltM .. 11J 10 I I t well that day. We found it Phllodolphlo .,,< 4 ,500
I reliable
three Names L. past, try to pick his successor completely and. in fact "in.dispensable' pan Prtnciioa : ,. SPituburih : -
Scxurr .. It1 I I S .,. 4 .1'11 u
By Norman (Il.r..lllMP" from 'one of our own', "' Loui. ..,,?. , 4
Cams Namnl. Salk Mormon. U turk Nelson began coaching In 11411..._,. ,,..,,., 4 I .1'11
DiTKOIT LOt ANOILIIoo "Mrs, ludol, Prror, loe..,. T-3,10 A- Cln.nnoll ........, i
MM MrkblarulM 1127 at Malone, Fla. lie later nouHion ., .,, :
cf 4 > I Poorwfl H 4 I I 5 3271 moved to Today la the scheduled opening date for the New York .,,, .i.,r.. I lilt
a military school al .., . 'i 1 a9', 6
: I
Lump tt 4 1 31 I Maw 36 0111' World' Fair
Ifyou're going to the fair be Interested BIJOI
might .
Cash 111 S. 11 Prnotl .. s" I 1KNInI CINCINNATI HOUSTON Greensboro Ala., and then for you Ui Al Tutsosv'd'IeaULTS1P11tahOOh :
rf 'I 1 Adcoci lb S' t 0 "k r k M ok r k M. In the fact the Evinrude Company will a
six sponsor
54.,.... It 1101 L,TKomtl rl 4 11 Sow R> o I > I Kltko M 1010 years coached at Andalu roo nian. IChaannall .
, Run to o i PO. Sb 4iti communications center at the World Fair Marina. Houal.n I
M'AuOHS $11515odams c 1111WM I' II ala, Ala. From there ho moved PMladNphl.' ., 5,5 York hot
311 s..s..,.._ cf 111 1 Pinion cf 4 I Runnohi 1k 1115OK,55h : ,
This of is to be of service to boatmen
RMrto < 111 Knooo Jb 1011 cf * I W MIV rf ISIS' i Gadsden Ala. where be course : But ,we Oolou7 !
Lory p l . IChonco p 5110 RoblnMfl If S I I I Awo'nto 304111 coached for 11 seasons before are sure visiting boatmen from Florida even those without aim.TAY.: a O ANae01p551515

snarr P 55550. too 1101 I Minion If Ik 111 4111* W Horti nn Jk ef :10: I I 0tklnnor coming to Lakeland In 1148 their boats will be welcome to use the tervices./ : w York' reel, '$61 HOOF KENTUCKY( STRAIGHT IOUDBON WHISKEY DISTILLED/ MO lOTTlfV
1 Thomot III oOort 1010
0. .
> ..., ..... ="ii.rlf? : : (N).
.h. dill
ftMtn p 10115.Otlmkl'Lw 0 P 1510 1010 e.w>rdt If c Kit 5,151 WIIIIOIM' H 0015 When Nelson came to Lakeland The way we hear It, the communications center will work Loa bas "' .ifl.ro a Mllwlukr.U>n TNI INS, IV THE JAMES I. BEAM DISTILLING CO, CLEHMOrtT, SUM. KENTUCKY J

s...... I 1115 C.rdtn.1 M 4 I 51 Bolomon t JillOTool. the Dreadnaughts were "like an old fashioned country post office." Robert N. Wet Jr., AmiRICAN KAOOI
S ISiISOwas. S .555 In the grid doldrums But by w k. per, BJJ7
Duiiko 1111CSNrlla !
I director of sales and .
for Evinrude
marketing "We B.MImori9ITROI1
555401w115 1111TNlIlurll won'tbe
bKIOKI says "'
1110N.Yars 141 they to a l-l : : : : 1 let: S5Mlnn.rms
swept record
111 H rnor 9 *
0101 p surprised if most of the .. ,
p Island 555 messages we take are on who'smeeting .... *i
dTorrtt 1110 ... losing only to HilUbor- 't..lu' ,....... ,
T..... M 5110 TMolo H 4 I S 1100 -whom and-where for dinner or a night on the Mamba OIn :
la literal I of
. OBond I IWOKOMhH ough a ,.a Lot Ani.l.tPhlrHO ;;:::::: :400S5
0-Hit fc OIIha 0 LOs In tndllnoltd town . I
tor Marc m 11II, sIN.ckSul P 15 0 ; mud." .u..,... I
for Oullbo In 7thtrwck out torBwirMt TottU M I*U II Tottlt 35504 The Evinrude Communications Center will/ be staffed Vru.hm.tonCilf : i*
o-PIW out fW SMlKMr In Wtil kAnnouncod I In INI the Dreadnaughtsjust by KM.M : : ::: : AO 'I .

0 In 0m., ...,.... .. It* IK '''-, tar O'In Too 1ffI11I.* In 7itii.. for t-Plnwnn .truc* I misted winning the then attendants who will receive and hold messages for visiting N.w York Dsva RIBULTBirnlond A Financing Pltn for Every N..dA\
tar Howntr
Lot C-Moron.AnooM lIotio..i.'PO-A-O.trolt. .: Ml 555 *io-t JW,1 out in, o.irruck Out for villas, M ttnCHKMtll I mythical (playoffs now eilt) boatmen. The service will be performed without charge.If g: )it *, t Lot K.n.i Am.l..can 4 1lr .
. 511 all 11'.10 I state football title when Lakeland have for boatmen at the fair ..luniion ., M'.n.' ...'. Ir.lal. .
lot AnoOM' 17 U PP-ProOMl Knoootnd you messages you can .
_., ......_ ,1ft'* 031a Only oom* rhftful.d
Navarro AdcoCki, It_* .L.ond Knom Adcock and. LOB-Do-10 orSwIo'po'A,Cl'nClnnotl SOS.' WMou 0'7500.. .A.lon. lost to Chamberlain, 74. phone or write Area Code 212, NR 2.9000, or in care of New York tooAvs kt Chlrxo.' oAMie N, 1R ,P ry

troll II Lot AnoolMaBi. 5, n,II. OP-Koo.- Par ond ........." CordxiM. Thai year the Dreadnaughts Evinrude Communications Center Worlds Fair Marina, 140,0> nfl tt B.IUmnr., NIt .
Ile kl U Aneelar N
Tlwinoi. SlmOMn "-McAu1ft. Row ond Johnwni Ins ondjonnton spent Miami Senior, 74, for I .. Cll,. .
.. SB-Kiilm. Northern Blvd, Corona, New York 11368CSBu C.I."d) kl lI.n. KWk
N S $551001 LOB-ClnClnnotl It HOMMn. Y5lJMnlon. the Stings' only defeat In three --, - -. -- .hln.M>D I\LMI..OI. _____
ROM. S""'chonw 505455a'iia
SLaY : T: J J J 3 1Shwry PMwn. .*. HRu I, years. In INI they |Jut mimed 'LOIlIDA STAtS w. 4LLAOSSPt. 0 e.1AII&ANp 9 I
vi:14.:::: SRooon r .P saws as I. **; L.ud.d.l. . 0cwt I1I 1I
share of the Western
Jto winning a
I I iChonco
4 I poo _
'.:::::.:: '.* ? 11,O'T55N, W. to t I. M.* S .I 4 1 Conference crown when "':S, :,: :.: I t Y -p 'N ,
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Londot. T-J,U. ,-..W. Dirties B. ca ot LAKBUAKO (7.JOJrl.nilo 5
NltM ...... 5mi.
CliViUN "*"'*' tire 1 Port totiorrdix it T.mpo it 'BoroMt. I5.
.1,554 5511b1, Sebastian Named Mum' .01 1. t
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Nor o M UttM. cf 10 5 I I GtPI
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If 41 t a Jlimn.1 1I1tIt 111AMI : /
lb 1111 $. $ 15
411 1 anal.I lb 5110 Sebastian WALES Coach H. ; ttie* .; O o
KIMOM I'II' t ( t *Coio.il* 411roncono ; 1' r,'
, rt I I I eChorM 3b 411 Moot, I-lnch guard-forward L Hier. Lake Wales Highlanders -
11_.... c 3111 trtim c 111 who led the Frostproof are the hosts and defending KlNGSWOODSpRQtftjRJ I5 wr t I
..011.. I 111 Drawl n 4 t "
til School Bulldogs to an champions in the
Grass 5 High
:oUU oLOU= I 1oWllllomt I lg-1 b..b tball record this Southwest Florida Conference I'l l/ I I

tit past season, has been selected track meet which opens here .
Total M I ? I Totort MillIHMM to represent the Lake- at 4:15: p.m. tomorrow with
.- for Wyoit m wee 0-SIN. lorIsusj 1 Trr-
land-Ridge area In the annual preliminaries I -
: .".... ... 551115 nt-I North-South All-Star cage tilt Finals are scheduled to begin iSTAtell6fiEEHTATiyi 1
KWMM city ono Ise i1-* 9
1-Nang( poJk' 'ei.. ..io i n-n.U San In Gainesville. at 7 p m. ; 4
CIIY VI Of -",*". Mo wo wee Sebastian scored 4W points Coach 1l1e,.' Highlandersare |
Whlltiold" I. LOa CltM.uno o. Kansas 7.
1.2 rebounds pergame expected to have tough
Can'51 't Charm. Roma, ...-....1. averaged and had 41 assists for Competition In defense of their
*" .-, '".... "PIP Grins.INS a'le I"NEW
; Coach Frank Mattoi'a Bull- title from Plant City and COCO

SSaalwInCele'j ::.:: f i 1 I f i i dogs. This past season Se- flames City.

= L. el ..:: ; : : : : baitlan was named to the All- Ronnie Visquera, Kathleen, ASSOCIATES
Senior High's pole vaulter hat
WHIR -'SI Ort-rt ( _l. WF Ridge Conference All-Group
0,,",. U N_. Rico, ...on. |.*..*... and All-Region teams. I established records in his last
T-l M A-M.US. I two meets. He vaulted 12-feet,

1-inch to set the county standard Which convertibleis MEDICAL

'Hounds Belt Kathleen; Chuck. Lovell and Wayne! I' S 11 RACES as watertight as a sedan?

Shuff will carry much of the A EACH NIGHT FINANCING PLAN

Haines City running load Lov' StIO P.M.MATINEES.

Tourneys Open Tomorrow ell, except for the Florida Relays ., I A Volkswagen Convertible

: 1s undefeated this year Inthe A Because it's Mated' at the top and bottom. provides funds for major medical bills

ISO-yard low and 120-yard 2:00 P.M I IOS Unlike the tops of conventional convertibles that

A six-run fifth Inning poweredthe ,had two hits each for the victors. :high hurdles events. Shuff lost Just meet the windshield, the Volkswagen top overlaps end related expanses quickly-

Auburndale High Blood- I htfirst 880-yard run last week: WEDNESDAYFRIDAY confidentiallyNow
bounds to a U-S Southwest Florida i Kathleen meets Plant City at ANDSATURDAY the windshield frame; closes your Volkswagen Convertible

Conference baseball victory 9 p.m tomorrow at Plant Cityin I T as weathertight" as a sedan there la no need to let surgical!, maternity

over the Kathleen Senior High the opening round of the ..InI I McClernan Hurls Inside, the top I is completely lined and padded. It's as dental or other medical expenses drain away
Red Devils yesterday afternoonat gle elimination Sub-Croup of Wauchula tournament DAILY 'Insulated and smooth.looking as the inside of a sedan. your ait vingi.The AlIIIOC ate. new Medical Finano

the Kathleen diamond. and Bartow Hardee will play in the I Hawks Over CM DOUBLE iK Underneath the Volkswagen Convertible the body Ing Plan will provide the money you need today.
final regular season will be arranged for
It the "
was 1-2 And payment your con
at 7 has a flat, smooth bottom. ICs enclosed with a steel
first p.m.
SubGroup game
contest 'or.both nines. SARASOTA The Santa Fe Insolence. Aaoodatee offers special loan plan for
Auburndale Lake Wales, E lACES fthI plate and sealed with rubber No exposed wires and
tournament play opens I Catholic High School Crimson any responsible person . any personal buaineM
Thursday. I' Pasco and the Haines CityI I Hawks of Lakeland closed out N QUINELLAS cables to trap water. Parts always stay protected. or professional need. Your l't'queat.Jarge or small

Auburndale increased its rec- Sebrlng winner will be m.tchI I their: regular season schedule EACH The VW Convertible looks like a convertible, acts will be handled promptly and In strident confi
ord to f-I while Kathleen stands ''H In Sub-Group action at I here yesterday afternoon with a N M
like a sedan, drives like a Volkswagen. dens Just write or telephone Aaeodatet
6-9 overall and $4 in the SWC.Eleven Dade City starting tomorrow I Inlgbt. victory over Cardinal Mooney E lACE :
aided Auburndale Is pitted Come In and try out a new Volkswagen Convertible office near you for an appointment.
Kaihleee errors
In Auburndale' triumph.The against Pasco of Dade City I Ub. .r&nt W W M J i L Ladies Admitted today. Rain or shine

have while Lake Wales draws the lIef'1.", .. sad Alt.sbunwl ties.a5. .
Red Devils new OsSbrrl. Fret Thursday
committed It miscues In IS HaineS Clty-Sebrlng winner A ASSOCIATESFINANCE

this ....on. Tomorrow night winners c CINTRAL Alt
Starting pitcher Leroy Brown meet Friday night at their respective I MOtTOACI LOANS L CONDITIONINGVALIT /4j:\ INC. ,,)

relieved in the seventh by Booty: sites to determine the FIRST MORTGAGI COM. U 'AUINCIBradenton MOTORS INC. *".::,."
wit the winner and two group participants. Road ,
Etheridge. I 0* M.ORIDAPHMt
also led the nine-hit Bloodhound! u Ils> 'rJIJ: B 233 S. Kentucky Ave., LAKELAND.MU 67123Lakeland
LATHIWI I fAroaathrrld5l MU e HIT askw.Msa..vlcs 1500 W. Memorial Blvd. MU 2-5183
hitting attack with 3-for-5 Ethe '' IllrhRrx IB. OUR BUOINIOV l.rwim 4.301t l
'sUtMf \II I B OtortdO Ass.
ridge and catcher Doc Parish,arY.a.1ILI.+ Ibah/a ,121. aa4. t to ",.t./ Ceimfr'f Only Authorized Deafer"



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21 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April P 1H4 em- \


They Drink Quite A BitBy Entire City Killed R. (

CYNTHIA AWRY all day In elaborate chiffon To Get 400 Brides

AP Television-Radio Writer peignoirs, changing only occajionally r.

NEW, limited YORK mostly(AP) -to TeleVision half-.. : Into street clothes I By George W. Crane Ph.D., M.D.

and expensive furs or extravagant

hour and hour shows, has the i 9wt.N. Ytf ItlRwM1 W tlnM9enlMlt
perennial of ball gowns for a quiet
problem establish
CASE S-44J: The entire city "BEHOLD, IF the daughtersof
InK characters quickly, effectively ., evening at home. 1111 ,,, n, IM"rrJWlNM4LA
of Jabesh-Gilead was slaughtered Shiloh come out to dance, .. ";. ::;:..;:.=--= -
and unmistakably. Poor people, it can be noted, by the sword just to get then come ye out of the vine- --

That Is the reason that the'spend much time in their 400 brides. yards, and catch you every

medium continues year after kitchens, and eat a lot The men For when the worst sex man his wife of the daughters C CAN'T tVEHlJR_I r, I'7 LD THEM TDseise WE'LL,use MV XXI WANT TO RETORT
year to use a handful of easily are likely to be in their shirtsleeves crime In his- of Shiloh, and go to the land It' Avr.Rayf 2 HAVtt YOUR CAR. THE ears THOSE RIFLES ICU S SAW
identified status symbols and the women wear of Benjamin." ( TO MBACKATTHC SCUBA GEAR, MYSGRSA will WINS TfOUK /SUTWHfRBARE mwemr mu 5Aw. TEM!
had been
tory a NOOptTA1.M AN CAR WE we mu. REPcRT TAEM.2l .
For instance, very rich people practical aprons, and some committed by Then they said that when HOUR.R THERE, CONG*
in televislonland drink lot times we see them with their
a lewd men of the fathers or brothers of the Y
of hard liquor, It Is found in de hair in curlers. the tribe of girls protested at this mass

canters atop a living room bar Rkh Men Always Rude Benjamin, the kidnaping, they would mollify lt
near a gleaming Ice bucket and other tribes of those male kinfolk.
ice tongs, which they use. Rich older men, the tycoon ,
type, are usually cigar smokers Israel I wipedout And they used a neat subterfuge ewiTO
Drinking More PrimitiveAs -big, fat cigars. They almost !- all of the i to exempt those male

men, women relatives from their vow not h .
the characters move down always wear Homburgs. 4fl2
the social and financial scale, are rude, and drive around in and children of to give their women to men 0 a t / y M

drinking becomes progressivelymore big, fat limousines Practically Benjamin- save of Benjamin, for the wise M

primitive until we find inhabitants all other rich people drive convertibles for 600 men DR. CRANE men said;

of flop house rooms and the richer they who fled Into "For ye did not GIVE unto ORROWS 1HL ifrtR,

pouring shots from the bottle are, the bigger the convertible. the mountains. them at this time, so you

into a water glass. No one ever takes the key out Then the other tribes repented are not guilty of violating your Ijy john sy lid
of the and decided It ,
Women's costumes are often n Ignition. was not previous vow."

a strong clue to the character's Rich women most often are proper for their brother tribeof This was a semantic distinction IVB DeveijopeDTCN&OE MY TCi .UEJ 1CFJEPOLSlVB

social position. Wealthy women terrible. snobs if they are mid Benjamin to be exterminated between giving one's i A : COMPLEX. ANPCFreNSft/E;: /

seem. to float around. the. house die aged or pretty wild and' entirely. daughter versus having her I KAVEN'r EATEN TbT1HE EYE... .. 1IN EE OUGFI u rlA
-- -
mentally disturbed if they are So the problem arose of how stolen I
young. Either type speaks witha to find 600 brides. AND THE book of Judges ( it
DRIVE-IN THEATRES broad "a," which Instantly de- For all the remaining 11 closes Just two verses late, w STARViN6Tb DEATH wNrvER.

I OPEN 6:30-SHOW: 1:30: notes private school education. tribes of Israel had vowed never With this:

Tanifht't Tht Niche i Rich people have emotional to let their daughters marry 0
"In those days there
T* Co Our T. A Mo.i.J! was no
troubles; poor people have fl. a Benjamite king in Israel: every man did 0 )

C-A-R.I.0-A.D NIGHTI! nanclal troubles Almost alwaysthe That's when they took a census that which was right In his
poor have better characters hoping against hope that own eyes."
25e Service
Charge some city had failed to send
By implication when
With A Pass people
recruits to the army. have kings or even too strong --,

1 I Since Jabesh-Gilead had not a centralized government, they ::r::.":.::: 4ra
Forger Learns done so, they eagerly sent 12- must do what their leader tells

2 Hits 2 000 picked men and wiped out them and no longer do Individual c._.....,.........._
The Hard ajl the inhabitants except the I ........_ CL"WHY tout YOU
Way what is EVER
At T10 "* It It I thinking as to YOU eligible unmarried girls, of tU ) (
BOB HOPE IN right! Beware. r-r WAR HiaH'EEL'S,fLOJ oRgyr SPOKE
"PARIS HOLIDAY"C.lcr I HARLAN, Kv. w-A forger whom they found 400. When people uncritically

Plus-At t 40 enl.t shouldn't push Ms luck-espe. "But what shall we do about "parrot" what their leaderstell

ANNE BANCROFT dally when he's drawing on the the remaining 200 men who them, they have become t
"THE MIRACLE WORDER"I county attorney'a account.A lack wives?" was the next mental "goosesteppers" =

I problem.If .
I 19-year-old Harlan youth
. charged with forgery learned they had possessed our HOME ATTACHED

.......... this the hard way when he modern eleemosynary Scientific LOS ANGELES (AP) The r
-- Marriage Foundation,
showed home of singer Judy Garland -
up to try to cash a bogus =
check at a bank where he where we use the IBM machine and her estranged husband, Sid "'" aka
Carload Baragin Nites to match congenial folks Loft, has been attached
had passed two of them on Saturday pending -
AT Tile II 1. of similar age, religion, Ideals, .
LANA TURN1II IN the outcome of a suit filed
"Who's Got The Action" etc, then they could have .
against; them by attorney Lawrence
The who worked for the
,IX COLOB - I IAiMAI solved the problem of aU 600 W. Beilenson, who claims -
fled -
ezsi.. county attorney, when a
in fees.
Adult JANC fond IN* teller spotted the bad signature, slaughtering entire city. $69,000 legal 1___... .. .
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"Walk on the Wild Side" but was later arrested. But they lacked our modern
.' Wild chimpanzees maintain Ustinov Won't Celebrate I IShalcespeare's
1 1ICOLOII scientific methods of matching very close family ties.
suitable couples, so they ,

_' , ,, resorted to fierce measures. AT THE THEATERS Birthday
The wise men of the 11
MIT*-i KlNGSWOOD tribes of Israel then 'UIL""D a.IVI.INToday The
-1;:"Thu..i.-Y- remembered and Tomorrow Lon. Hot ..um.m.r" By BOB THOMASAP I set of "John Coldfarb, Please
C-.-r-l"I e-.-d Pan Nt .. that there was an an- and "40 P.unA TNI"IIITodu nI TrUbi5"000va Movie-TelevQlon Writer I Come Nome,"

nual religious feast In Shiloh. ,utreu.h a.turdu: Pink Fu- HOLLYWOOD (AP) Thursday "Shakespeare is
jo wth brae het England'smost
And at this celebration it
...... Sh.n. .l II N 0I LAKILAND O.Ivt-I' Stars
Adult InMrUmnwnl"long was customary for the girls to Todo"' "The .Mlacll.' Work.r" end is William Shakespeare'i400th reliable export, he observed
"P.,10 Huids
Hot Sumrntr"th.wn come forth on the mountainside POLK TN.ATIIITtM1. birthday and Peter Ustin "Whenever the cultural -t
., thoUlh a'Iurda: 'Mind s.dh ministry Is in doubt about whatto
and dance.So a. P.,l' ov plans to make a quiet, sane
..hlI. Nwm.n' _..... I i ......,
.n. w .OSY TNIATI. 1. day of It. send abroad, it always relieson
the 200 men of Benjamin ..
-- REPRESENTATIVE T<*a : weTodar "
fffyyf Jjd"DTW.. Impel
"40 Pounds e! Tronly.'." were urged to hide in the vine- Tomorrow "Whoi' Got thtAnion" No lifting of flagons. No gam Shakespeare. He's safe
Tiny Curt yards before the dance. Here'i aide" end Walk; .a .,,. Wild holing on the green Ustinov will "I've made it my business to ,InIIn
I I the Bible's own words: OTMIK CITIKACBORNDALE have none of the celebrations elude playing Shakespeare. I've
PI...." >nd :Hound- Dnlr Dot"A Man umm 'that are taking place throughout done some on radio, but neveron By Carroll Righter
AVON PARK-HUM.: "A Olobll Af a Stratford
world. stage -the No. 1
rpr ? the English-speaking
BARTOW Out o/r, ", O.at Bcupr Stratford-wanted me to play
G.Ove PAR. and award of th. Conqu rnrHAINR8 It's not that he Is antl-Shakespeare
(TTY-Wt. H.llMMl P a r- Falstaff this year but I wasnt
sire. He
SHOPPING Nay, even
rl.h >nd K mul? Unch-1
DOORS ceNTl. LAKE WALR -al.u: 'w.r/nes of the Bard against those able to arrange it. I should like

OPEN r BARGAIN MATINEE Eddif AnMd"PLANT' CTTTC Pitbn llol and: "Tar..n"CourUhlp 0.....f who claim his works were to play 'Lear' some day WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22, 1M4 happy to assist Also make

tAr Indld penned by Francis Bacon. Construction Untidy I new allies through them who
12:45 ust PI ANT CrrY--aUtllld' .M.d.....:' GENERAL TENDENCIES:
Mon Through Friday 1 :00 to 3:00 P.M. 50e .EBRmo ;Florid. "Bolrndor I In Jh1 Bacon Too Educated I "Scholars generally consider are worthwhile.
DAILY Or..." .and "Olrli on Itt. LOOM. Although there can be a few
.F-RRINo-.o JOBM: and"'MI."advrnturM CaouiWAUCHtJLA .- *'-..rIIOlIn "Bacon couldn't have written Shakespeare the greatest English surface irritations and some MOON CHILDREN (June 22

STARTS TODAY b.d Ustinov, "He playwright, but not the, apparent criticism from others
-aiarllU: Parrlah" and the plays, says to July 21)) Do not jeopardizethe
Thp Wild and Uw Inoor"wINTeR beat That is, his construction the
broad of
HAVIN-RIIo. On. Ml .'. was too much the gentleman scope today'sactivities prestige you now enjoy
Shows .t. . 105-J:05-5:05=7:05-90; W.. ? too much the educated man. was a bit untidy at times. I is unusually produc- with bigwigs, but act In sucha

w4"OMs 1 WINTER Pound. a1A Traubio' s.d 'airdmuoor Those are the chaps who become "J always think of Mm as a tive of arrangements that are way that you add to it Plan

..SIG PICTU.IS OP The? :AlydlnN'Q.ar s. _. critics. It's the less edu- farmer, which he apparently! excellent for you, with considerable for greater things, too. Make
cated writers who create the was. I have visions of actors progress toward the sure that you have good credit.
1 T haven' asking him to rewrite the last I aims and ambitions that
) f real works of art. They most
.,, 1 SPECIAL! the assurance to be parasites' act so it will play better and impel you to success. LEO (July 22 to August 21)

o I of him answering, 'Sorry, but That dull routine may be comfortable .
Ustinov was delivering some ARIES
(March 21
e' ONCE UPON A CRIME THERE WAS A THIEF 1 'OXFORD thoughts about his fellow actor I've got to go buy a cow' lie 19) Put aside small, insignificant to April but it isn't bringingin
4 seems to have had other thingson the revenue now possible, if
while wrapped a
playwright tasks and covet the
.r good
his mind"Woman you will get into new outlets.
; LUMBERSERVICE :1([bright yellow bathrobe on th e will of blg.wlgs. The planets Communicate with out-of-town-
WHO WOULD STEAL are with and
it ANYTHING INCLUDING you you shouldbe ers. Get on the beam-be a

Sai; ]ta SURETY Running Face feeling the world in top bravely.condition. real success

DETECTIVE'S WIFE. f jjjL, THERE WAS ALSO A COOL PRINCESS WITH A "HOT" :- A Truck In Tempo BONDED Base's Pantry TAURUS (April 20 to May VIRGO (August 22 to September
22) such
.. rack Day 11 .. TERMITE I 20) Forget amusement and as
&J *** jt&Sfca Shop For TOU On .. II I HONOLULU un For the concentrate on those matters clerks and the like, are deserving

.; .. The Thousands 01 CONTROL t '/ ; first time In the history of that are of pitch and moment. of some praise today
DIAMOND/* ADD) T0 THESE COLORFUL CHARACTERS A COLLEGE: KID !& /!$R.. .. (hems Not Arailabftlecalfy , 1 0 Wheeler Air, Force Base near Do so confidentially. Plan your Be grateful for their as.

.\ ..,. ,, ., FREE INSPECTION Honolulu, a woman Is SUpervIS- future activities wisely later. sistance. Listen to your husband
&' "" ... 6i .S4<4- ing the pantry. It's time for expansion. wife, tonight for new
ff1l $30 W.*. M.!n officer is First Lt. Rilly A Make appointments with those LIBRA (September 23 to October

'. Ph.. MU 2.2191 1 SYSTEM Griffee, who has a home/ economics persons who are true friends 22) Associates require

AROUND., YOU HAVE EVERYTHING BUT THE SECRET STAR-|5SOF : L4- tOC'/i 'E. M.!.. St. degree from Western and you soon get what you desire more polite treatment now, if
., .,
1110 l .I IP I Michigan University. They will be only too greater thins are to be ac

complished. Forget all that
.!tIo MA ,* N
Ewe petty nonsense, criticism!
TO THE SWISS ALPS, r OPEN / out and get some nice, fat contract
F"4: :;
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: 514-721 a0wn10NN SCORPIO
(October 23 November
,,; YOU'LL TRACK THE JET SET OF CRIME IN THE / HILARJf 9:21 21) A new attitude to toward --

.. r;1 f.. lMOST "'to e..I,.. ..e... .I..a..ea. Od ,.aIe .I 0 ISIa, eee the tasks before you

sees you handling them well,

,. OUS ADVENTURE THAT EVER LEFT THEJ ,.J. f- PANTHING ..t \YhenIOlOOOBiceps meet 5,000Biliinis... :' provided you are short with
people who
Ss gossip. Coworkerswill
'- ) 1 .t. be pleased. have
KNOW what's happen! They ex-
you gonna
sot "
peeled this for some time.
Zi" ".,.' ..... IRI .tr1. Tg"w' SAGITTARIUS (November
a,.. : 1 ..- > 22 to December 21) Avoid
,.. Irate
higher-up and concentrate
AMERICAN INTIRNATIONAL. on some special work

.. T Avg FR3NKI6AVaiON'RlNKM NN81i8 N ', that you like to do, are adeptat.
. Get out for entertainmentin
11II"'IRISCH OIIIN!..... W r.1 PM. Combine pleasure with

itt .BLAKE EDWARDS?".: LUCiaM JOHN ASHLEY e the educational.

t;. DAVID NIVEN PETER SELLERS itIt PALUZfl DON RICKLES ., to CAPRICORN January 20) (Steer December clear 22 of

all those who could make
CAPUCINEit I" to nervous today and concentrate
on kin and improving house
JOHNSON MOK1MSIEUUI { hold affairs Buy gadgets that
; are useful. Get little gifts for
s BNMOCBAN2K'COUN60RDON wITjffWB Sit ............................t. LimCOLCR PANAYlSIOM'Killers /'s loved ones.AQUARIUS.

lCLAUDIA CARD1NALE :; EXTRA '' of the Swamp' February 19) (Try January that 21 new to

and Cartoon INCOLOR system out that will make

., ATTRACTION Fast flcient/ and pleasurable. Get
MIRISCH G-E PoomcnorJr allies to assist you. Be
:' "**. .wv UNITED ARTISTS 4"VN 1r very
active, then do your shopping
I.A early
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An old friend is oar (February 20 to
r: n .... up to March 20) Financial affairs

.5'IS; 'j"l, +3Mt !. new tricks at the Sneak I (:;\ I f L f r-? where now should, so be your step first out finest on early! the contacts and agenda see

i era ( + can be made.
{ Preview Saturday Night. . LltJ must Satisfy Expansion that restless Is a



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4 Whof your probtom? for : i:

g ntral reply writ to ,

f I Abby Boa J363 Beverly f ft L
'Cake I +JE.4crl1
Woman Hills, Catif end Include ((1

Mlf-eddnntd stomped envelope. I .

t Abby _.,. .llmail.

Abigail Van Buren

DEAR ABBY: Alter reading about the woman whose birth when J was burn. And he never remembers from one time to NO"640VYFULTEES EESTHETIME TWO MUST Tt1E/JEDDI D"W5 THE EEF ON SCHEDULE EVERYTHING, FINS GOES/ OFF EET HOT. If .I.IJul .Ii
day presents consisted
of new carpeting a sofa cover and an the next. FOUR ERJ NEW P M !F DRUSEEM'THE

Invitation to to out for dinner from her husband and some NOT NUTS P t f YOR11pr ; GODDESS OP UV

charms for her bracelet from her ton, but who was unhappy EESGOODPOa

because the didn't get a cake I couldn't resist writing to you ONE MORA ,aad.
March 8 DEAR ABBY: What's wrong with having a child answer HOUR' l
was 19th .
wedding I have
anniversary. dl
never tbe telephone with, "Who la this?" My children (and I have I d
had a cake. On last .1
my anniversary I got a kiss an embraceand IR.I' rte:
sincere "I love five ranging from four to 10 do this all the time for me. If
a )'ou. la 19 years we have out for
five times. gone there to something wrong with "WHO IS THIS?", then I also == ?.
My only complaint is that my husband ,

Isn't able to devote more time to our four youngsters. But give up. l t lf' \
knowing that he must travel 60 miles a day to his
1 DEAR BUSY, With little extra effort a child can be taught D
family, can overlook this. You made day when
followed that my you to ask, "Who Is this" PLEASE And few callers object It
complaint with this sentence: "The
being asked to Identify themselves If asked courteously
most important thing a man can do for his children is to .M n'

love their mother." My carpets are threadbare, I don't expect' v ..ace

to go out for: dinner in the very near future and I don't owna DEAR ABBY: I have a suggestion for the woman who '. '

charm bracelet. But when my husband comes home at signed herself "I GIVE UP" because little twerps answer the TN! N 711EIROI5APPEARANCEIS A AND WS ALL WANT CsF THE MDOIJ WA4 T'NEIi

night, I feel as though I am 21 and it's our first date. Just telephone, "WHO IS THIS?" This happens tome often as I JN A FIT OF UNCONTROL- GRIEVOUS EDV.tr THEM BACK.ADDS01ETT DESTINATION AND
sign me- use the telephone a great deal u> my business. When little ABLE 1tMDERDIOCTRACY
LUCKY IN LOVE IN HARRISBURG ones answer the phone and don't want to give it up, but try feu waloNcUN FIRST EMIGRANT

to engage me In conversation I say, "This ls Santa Claus andI er MKn Id1W FROM EARTH

DEAR ABBY: Sume women are nuts I'm talking about am taking orders. Go get your mother" They run for Mamma .

that shrew who didn't get a cake for her 46th birthday and real quick and pull her to the phone. > aura

although her husband gave her lovely gifts and Invited her out R. F J. M T pA..nr

for dinner she was so mad she opened a few' cans for his *

dinner end went straight to bed. I have been married for 17 CONFIDENTIAL TO W, B.t It ls amazing how much more

years and the only time my husband ever thinks about my receptive a chUd will be lo, "LET'S LOOK IT UP." than to, 1 4.;;, ?J 1.

age is when he has to fill out some papers and has to know "GO LOOK IT UP!" Try III! FYaa..,,e.LM Ftt'dl xn 1
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s..t |Ito a condominium any gain on I emphasis on Individual research Angus Fry. But It did place a ,I NONCAN wASNTTA6 PONT I AiWAVS L f uc4 red 81 GUM, I'VE HAIR A

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only to the extent that the tsNORS Ma A N cr WrifM Z AC< EACH MEAL AND GRAf
reading on a J'/j-
program Alive Fry at one time was I I
tales price of the old residence UKB t GENERALTr fORSQveTIN4 ALWAYS 5UCKLBAND'TNANCS"
year trial basis worth 132.500-ln appearance MYSeAtVMEN Ir.r
than the cost of the new '
I Is more Each of the university's academic bonds. That was In 1956. whenhe T iET iELTr

I departments-normally in was tried as a habitual crim-

one.Under special laws recently alphabetical rotation-will select)inal. Police records show 20 of ./

enacted condominium owners in a book of the month. Students his 39 years were spent behind NN 'O

32 states and the District of :will be encouraged to read and bars. 000 KEEP '

i Columbia can be assessed for I discuss it, and there will be Fry was out on $$,000 bond I OPf

(I property taxes. panel discussions of some books. when he was found shot to deathin ACK:1

Because this is an election year a ditch April IS. Monday the i 1 ,'r.

There ls nothing technically 1 the History, Politics and Government -Clay County Court authorized
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difficult about the climb up'' Department Is making $70 to give him a paupers '-.

aMount, KRIm njaro. I he initial selection. |burial at the county home.



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Tilt TINTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ., bide In duplicate. will he g BOOKEEEFER TYPIST Sapcrlenced WORK: BUaruni pay CTBAN Po.P.T eaad for rca .,1.1 ono eommerelal alf ..gClAt CALl .Baby. Orands.

IN AND FOR POLK, received at the frico of tho Florida IB Walter loving J memory of our father. full time. five complete all to per week We hate In- lawn .d Id .to fill . one ioda fountaine .Ial. CoDI. .'. .pl.t
COUNTY FLORIDA CHAN., Citrus Commlaalon HIS Boot Memortal 4 K.BBPP, who passed detotls. local references WrIM mediate oponlncs In Lakeland for I Davla, MTJ ..37.. awat law We bay and esll i R" b..I..r. .. .1
CtRY: NO. $2$4.S2.I1STRIO I Boulevard Lakeland Flor away rears ace April 11 1MO Son M.lie. LekelandLedfsr, twO. married men .between aces: at 01' aaythiat Beulnard TradPeeL Plolda
and nerd
Lore memory will' die !JtOUND FEAT II In la.
same West V ire.
BOWERY SAVINGS BANK, Ida. to be opened at 2:00: P. M, As years roll en and dare ce by; 14 aad 40. No eiperlence requiredso Basel Feet .ubl ,. 4351Lakelead log 13* GRAND piano. .boa,.
PlaintiffROBERT WEDNESDAY. APRIL l'. '984.tor B Deep in our beanie a memory Is we' have a complete tralnlnfprotram Ir..d. Hills .. IM-B7I4. ; POCK1T hearlag aid .11 artist beech Three ,.a
-v.._ the following material: kept HEARING AID DEPT. far nsw men ContactBoeemao .4 ZINI Call MU l-OUl Monday Loaoelf IM. 500 South Floe-

H PFLUO. ot tix.1)q.tendftfltN. SO.000 Pada Florida Orange Of one wo, love and will never MONTGOMERY WARD .... 1104 Lakeland 72 Flewsrt Sndt. Plant lab PrldseftornaOec QBlWIMMINO ida Avenue.iIi0RAe6D.
Juice Menu Rldara. art of tw,,. forest' Hills Blvd Dally till S p.m. portebli plane. MallOfany

NOTICI OF tALE: bleed all sides. padded) In bOa JILlge. JIMMY TOMMY new Lakeland store) sue Filter pl. deck Oood condition Quality
NOTICE 1H HEREBY OIVFN with chipboard backing Code AND 11KG LARGE 0SINO OUT. Aster and eneosson L.. after 4,00BOtUX tlD.S6M. toi Beat OcanueAtrbet.
th.t on the 6th day of May W4 No.. MR.1 and MR-2 (I1JVI Beml-profeailoBAl sales oppcrtunty plants uo per 100. .1.12 .
Lemoa .
at 11-00: noon at th. South door pads each Flock: .0 Ib White for ouallfled man or woman .hll that last 11 1 VACUUM .UW.nedel -
2 Card of Thanki
of the Courthouse of Polk County. enamel Full process colorprinted , IW' will train Muit bo neat, have 10 i looktnr for neat, ...,...t.. CUT ROSES and #1 roes bnshrn WIth attaohmsn$45.Phonci 111 Sporting Goods
floor polliher bream.
at Bartow.: Florida. tho undernilnod one ilde Platea ard -ood boeke'OUDd. owa car and be m.a Borne .. and samba work, 0 Doctor Muse r. .t'. Risk pita .
Clerk will offer for ccli tc eeparatlona to be furnlahed by Our heartfelt Uianks to Dr. Jar.Asole. boBdable. Eicellent opportunity lust be over 11. Car aeccecaryOpportunity i. 1711 Bo.' A.e4144117 550.5157.PFAJ'S .
the NKhoat and beet bidder for vendor from complete art .applied the salem at Lakslaad Bee Mr Oorneil after 1 pat. to HIS weekly For .u. ggWlNO .t. irks PACBC before CAMPWO, Iaa, *See.
caah the following .described real! by Florida Cttrua Commiasloe Oeneral Hospital Dad to all who Tussdar and Wedneeday. Montlomery personal Interview. apply 101 .... only used fO ..I fork lbs bat. tvel Park rtntUxuk 1.Jobs'S.
property: One (1) etrlp-ln each extended sympsUiy' and help IDour '' Ward toll Leak: Memolal South Missouri' Friday or SeW 7 Feeds, flf Vie/f.11 1144 O.'hl after I. Florida. SYd"
Lot ii. SECOND KEPT.AT OPA plere Color proofe to bo euh- loss ot bslofsd husband and BoIII..d.REGISTER. day, S-10 amMETALLURGICAL.

PART OF LAKE) ELBERT minted for approval before fathsr For Mo floral offerlnss. I YOU piek-lamahlub eon & Exchange
HEIGHTS UNIT NO. I. .". prone run. Delivery must be beautiful service and 8Ontrlb.tlon. ..- lla'taln. lO quart T B Haaoo 9 8 Bortir 112 Wonted Mlc.llaal.

cording to tl-o plat thereof aorwoorded iado by MAT SO. 1004 bandedIn .i to Memorial Fund wo arc I H. _". Rlchwsy
In Plat Book 41. Peel unlta of II pada, and packaged deeply ...telu1, WITH 7B WlUo SWAP food rd. mower. CAll FOa team.
2$. Public Roeordo of Polk In carton. which are to MRS LAWSON HARPER nUI FOR sale. bat or buehel ama sass new for I 10' fiber 1- .
... Also .
sola WOl North
i MINING as or aluminum cool
County, Florida bo marked ao to quantity, code AND FAMILY .
toxether with all structures. Im- numben and purchaa ord.r GET FLORIDA'SLARGEST .10U. lltlon. Phone "3-22. AUTOMOTIVE

prOvamsttta. tbtur.. .ppll.nC'. number. Price delivered Lakeland ENGINEER -
and appurtenanoea on Mid landor Florida. Telngrama cannot 5 Personal Notice 176 Landuaplag. 9 looti, Motors Sppl.

lied In conjunction therewith I bo accented Any Inquiriesregarding AGENCIES Permanent position for tradenstneer 116 Avtomobllos For Silo
This ..ali la made pursuant to tnm specifIcations BUY SELL sail toolsi funs end to work as shift super HARDY SOD CO. I.. 30 HP Inboard wood b..ni
final decree of forecloaure entered must be made not !I".. than sportlnf ...d.. Dial MO S-41M visor with Central Florida open I ewly flibeneseed, food 45501lIsa. -
In Chanoery action No. StMI 12 .ev.nly.t"'o' hnuro prior to bid 10' sstimate Culbsrson Hardware' AAA City EmploymentRoom pit and phosphate minIng operation Beeltbr,no Oradlnt Lawn OrasseoDuk pastor ens all Trailer, tag .WI PAMC Year credit Itood
Plaattnf down BuasalMM
174)) Trow, pending. In tho CircuitCourt opening Otherwise, It will be TRADING STAMPS sackanaWii t to I yean eiperlence FREE ante. horn 10. fall otter 4 cut iss-taia.
-of and for Polk County considered that theao apeclflcatlona THE ......hL ..1101.... 107 laos Line. preferred However. will consider ESTIMATJ ..,. OM7347IU I 1
101 Arcade BidsSee a recent freduate Oood opportunity eta R ou. II FORSCBB Super SO.
FI are .n.'lI4a. .
clearly underatood
by TRADE 30 RP 'I U.O
PBteV this 10th. day of April all bidden. Thunder paver for current for adraacsment, excellentemploye IACTOR WORI..0.1. plaw- with eleeUle starting &lDrd.. mi..medIa Dunlap t. 1. .
"".. ''.d Fo. further detalle .U at the Chestnut Lola B& Road r Cover tnt-toui.Shop Draperlea sua job llitmis benefit plea Send resume ID' .tl. ', Spe atoetino wheel with cable. : '..I lT56m .

II: H. tLOANL Jr1erk above office. The Florida Citrus bedsprsails. slip covers- to the. Industrial RelationsDepartment. el..l" yard eesdlna aDd lor rood 10 HP o larger. Cal i COMET. 'II. lour acer chalice
American Cyanamld
(II..!) < of the Clrmilt CourtE9yIAN Com mI..Ion roaervea the right to Austrian curtains, swsfc.' cornices 53 Help Wanted., Female Company. Browiter Plant, Bradley . "Beli.. *. .2-1.n. 13-41731 S to I. _. I 'anonStick.. radio and healer

\ A. PLRVI, eject any or all blda. rods and Installation f"-- Florida. ctatlni ace. education 14' BOAT 40 HP electrle dearly. > new, 1300 Air conditionedr .
Deputy ClerkAVDFRSON /aHAM BANKS' KIND drsds of samples to choose from AJTR181 WANTID, ale II to .._I.... and starltnt sal 1* INSTRUCTION and tai .t 0.11 ... ace A-l condition low auie-
RfHH tr.le ass. Parson with Sand credit
Chairman .morl" Ioal..d bold la
CHRISTIAN SUP.aIIIG home 31 III wian arc desired All replIes wanes. & i enIlaa.
DEAN A LOWNDPSAttorneya V-W confidenceAN low task do.n. _
for Plaintiff open Special attairtloa flveo to BKCRHARY COMB shorUiaodOeneral Dancing, Music JO maxIms. .... baa $40 1.I. .

lIfT, Hhst! Cantral Boulevard NOTICE OP INTENTION TO 1.1213 the seeds of sank patient. MV: shire responsibilities.duUM Capable Paid ofusumlnf EQUAL OPPOR'nIHTT1'IU'PLOYO" 1 102. Clothing I Phone .a-&_. 01

Orlando. Florida MAKE APPLICATION PIANO TEACHIR can accept pu- dUal CELL 'd ,
U.919. ._ AUTO INSURANCE, Had .. ae vacation. Cicslleat mince benefits CLOTHl:013.: u. .... Sent lIO 8Oa.
FINAL DISCHARGE pile for private Instruction Be- saw '
: : 07
OF clOset no Insursncef gloat Apply Plorlda Oas Comp'DJ. ..attor.ndl..io.
uisnere and advance; MU 1 UBSrs .T'
In Rot' Enlace of
IN THE COURT OF THt i Boutn Plorlda AteaueSEIIOB f. la20.
HENRY 8. 8MIEDINO months to par Call MU -..11II TBCRB ONS mac la Polk Couatr .. WlBlfrcd Ott. SOI W_-
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Deceased SHIRLEY FLOWER and Hobby : BIAUTICIAM W ._1.1101 ISO week we seed. who baa to hate aoIncome .ard 103 Furniture t Appllancn.10IATOR Utrlni. power' ..C.laID._. .

Rk.: ESTATE OF ) TO Al.!, WHOM IT MAY Shop 3340 South Florida Com. tad N-aol..0mmlllloD L.kol.nd Lodger.DSPSNDAIILE "> la elosss ot just a lIe. I OWN many hou of A'I..:, teejonabie. Mr Montgomery. 1MO
CONCB.RN: : piste line of millinery suppliesaterlala In. He Is a man about 31 "jrraye that W A 1.111 It I. Now Tampa Hlfhway,
MABEL MEAD. ) tram.s. WOMAN .._.- ......rled and a respected cltlasa l_ ID."O. a
I Notice I. hereby given that I Ihave irslcally all. to .... Willtbsm andll" ale A"
Deivmird ) '
'eo.e4 with bousswork and chlldrsn Uila sommunltr Usa rust appearlna 1040 Ranch Waaoa. V.
ekes expert CO"I
filed final .
INTFNTION TO my report aaIllary An- CUSTOM MADE drapes bedspreads sell cheaply 4041747Scheeb .10. .
NOTICH OF "Par coed
131 labuslaose day
Sal week Mr Oore clue a desire to be .. seed ap- .aS. Dar
Kxecutor of the BUSINESSYOU'RE .
APPLY FOR FINAt, niSCHARQE estate and sllpcovsrs Free estimates .
North Ksntucky. for himself-a man frau . Keltlnotor and 18-28. DI.hl .33.VOLI8WAOI.
Henry ft grnledlitg deceaeed that roar
la borne, ,
WHOM ; your Easy terms .
TO All IT MAY hood
da that
to all the .
earn sewer
1 have filed petition for 'Inal Call Mrs Burns 1 Sects dealer Dor TYApiilaaco. 1MO two cpee
my ""'U88. II.
.... ,.
CONCERN: work produos The w .
"t'lachrge and that I will can .. ) IMaai7 1I.ltr. _th.. sua .,
Notlro la hereby given that I Hon' apply 10. ALL KINDI carpenter repair SECRETARY want has some basic asltla UOBIDAS LIbbY and meet IIIV Auba.da. ore. Eneelleal condition. '
have filed mv final report a* Fiecutrlx the RICHARD A. BRONOM work Partition .work porch work background or considerable pub- Ddsra beaaty .h.l. Lskslantfutr West 0
of the Eatato of Mabel County Judge of pnlk County .tc. II hour Mr. Lance. 111.1111, lte eontaet eiperlence, If this reIrsmsnt a. CoU.... PIne SI.Complatolp V AC0M CLIANBRS ...uP. re- Pall.ton.
Head Deceased; and that I have rlorlda. on the day of May 11. Permanent _IIIoD. Shorthand fits reu call Mr Raesell remedeleel .. esadlticead. 8O.dl'ln. aew. . .. 181 VOLWAOI.sunroof 11.

filed my petition for final dlcharge >. 1984. for approval of tha same and I and accurate &,pln. required 40 """81 for an appointment ample ..a.t. 5-4412.. 1.'ne. Clet.land olo ever II.(00.
for final discharge aa : 5-1251, MU sMltIS ,
and that I will applv to the Ancillary I Mure SHARP counter ..... B.I.lle
Executor of the estate of BUILDING TRADES WANTED: : AIR CONDITIONINO rolr""o
Honorable Richard A. Bronnon Henry Good opportunity toe advancement 000 .... needed we train you.Write n BARGAINS. Completely re- CHEVROLET foam door Be*.
8. Hmledlng doceaned
Judge of Polk County Hor BUSINESS PROMOTIONS Ale flint cylinder. standard
County Apply McDonalds Steenhwora. Commercial Trsdes Initl- hull. end uarentced end trans
Ida. on the 15th day of May. 114 This 8th day of April 1964H H.,. M-i Milts East 711 Sack Memorial Bird intoPt.. M.111. Lekeland lAd. .p. .38.. ..miulon.i Call MU S-11IS altar
for approval of the sam and for C. tABSFIONB 14 BuIlding CorptnterlngROOFINO ...... cost buys la new or .3 pm. .
final dlnrhargo ao Executrix: of the Ancillary Executor of th used TV at Day 1110iberndele
Hil. FOR
eetate of Mabel Head. DecMwd 1o elate of Henry 8Hmlodlng AFTER 56 kltsm WAD MENI I tto Open T."I ',0 tins IALE .11 Chevrolet' eta.wacoa .

TItle NINA 1'th day T. WENSLKYFxeputrl of April 1S64. 90S/ peceasodV porebss. WINDOWS rspalrs. slumlnuildlnf alteralons .- HAVE OPENINGSfor JALESMAN WANTED: for .beans EARN T SI.000 PER ... MTJ '.11', MU 1-13.P.hll parmeau.PhoBC

: of tI-. F.t.to ofMABFL 10 months to par. BSConteactica experienced delivery uo 11-SO Commission MON SAVE K5I FORD four door. S .,lld.,.
D ru.ed. THE CIRCUIT COURT Company. Insnred air eoBdIUoastf mUec.
HFAD IN OF THE plus company benefits hospitalsatloa 25 to 50% .ao a.1
Phone MU I-lana. A .
Zimmerman. accidents flrei
salesladies ..
BENTLEY!: MILLER. 8INPFKCARR TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MU group life. accldcBt and ID..tl.l. .lIt. Cb.ld.
4-8084 P. .
Eesa wind and baItlnnaee
CHILES A ELI.8WORTHAttorneye IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY and hsaiui Apply Bor...', Dairy. I for Insurance companiesrale o Ml B.IA. Cbomlet auto.
for Executrix FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. 44 Lake Wire Drive .
21 adlustera.. aasnclse. Aseeto BADCOCK'SReBuilt .1. t..mllolo.
P O Box 415 SUIT FOR DIVORCE: ReelIng secretaryAge WE NEED three people for .... to M Part full tine NalOch & 19 Zld.1 motoreel.
Lakeland, Florida Cane No 61270.M.It] 20-40 work la Polk end Hiehlands County school or .prsvlous sxperlneeded Living Room 11. .
U.'88 Aaagned' to Judge Kelly ROOFING DEPENDABLE work who have had previous sales eeoc Car furnished Be.pauses .

NOTICE: OF ALE 1AVDKA FLEER NhLSON ) "inshlp Lumber Easy permeate.. McOlnnes Apply Personnel Office eiperlence or accustomed to meetr p. Wo train yO.. -, 1 -Fumitur 4 Piece 117 Artomebllsi Wanted
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Plaintiff i Company eat Inc the public Will consider hauls home In Or spare time. Fro living .1 cause
W Main MU "3141.
You are hereby notified that the -V'- i Maas Brothers men and women Sales allowance ecement help Keep your pree.it .- Priced r.Low WANTeD CLAN . .45 '
following motor vehicle: BOBBY JACK KELSON: j ALL TYPES residential. or com commissions, lion...... paid vacaI ... lob until ready to 5,11mb.FIrS . Call YU 1-3501. I

lilt Old. I.Dr. 8dn FBI Defendant. ) 0 merelal roofs repaired or replaosdMcCor : I o n. hotplUllsstlon insurance your lucatios-mae uraenU $89.95 and up
I10M01K35 NOTICE TO DEFEND 's Uoofint and Shset Mital and; other smplors benefits Poi needed svsrrwhsrel persons PAT CASH for pickup IriMk ar

will bo sold at puhllo onto at 10:00: STATK; OF FLORIDA TO' : Ibis West Ollvs MTJ 1.1131 Interviews. please call eil-0111 In..rvlew la this .r.P.1\ iA.TIONWIDII for ipeetaenlar used furniture BavtBla 0" under .17 modsl. Please eel
A.M. o'clock on the 17th day of ALL TYPES rooflnf rspalrsd or 8OL.
April 19M, at 1401 B. Florida Ave Wlllowra Button replaced Rspalrs tuaranteed. EDeeson $20 TO $50 lullt 111 4 Fryer . I.S.. VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed IN a flash. .a or pickup

Lakeland Florida. The proceed Alice HprlngiNorthern e C. Rooflnf Co 498-893J WEEKLYIExchange Atlasta. Oa.Degi. Furniture 'II or older Call .... WildBill
of the aalo will bo applied first lorrltory Howard'ANTED .

to the payment of the cacti of AuntrallaYOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 24 PlattireStucCw LIVESTOCK DepartmentIn W' : : OLD junk ears or Bel

retaking. storing and sale of Mid hat malt for divorce baa been your spare or HEATING MulberryThe wrecks. for cash. Prompt pick up.

motor llcatlon vehicle of notice and of the eats cost and of pub.then. lied against you In the above en PLASTERINO PATCHING eec full time for excellent earn I. Cots taflDii. too Bake will BOI" C.I Black MI-SMI
titled Court. You are hereby reulred 0 eelllncc. Alterations and additions .f than par for your time end asIc
to the satisfaction of the balance AVON Cosmetics -
logs selling AND
to aervo a copy of your Free estimates llctnud Jeff Tel. 1 1.lbe. CASH FOR YOUR
under the contract with JohnM.
due rmrs POODLB Prosslonsl
answer or other written OcteeersiDea eon. MU IOI3SBUSINESS, A few good territories: Ip. CA
Jones covering the financingof
.. pupes -
J. HARDIN .011.
cud motor vehicle Any aurplue JR Ilalntlffi PETERSON. available. AIR CONDITIONINGCar 1211.. Road SHOP W.S.BADCOCKCORP Pendarvls Cnsvrolet .
attorney. whoeddreea
will he paid to you and you will la Post Office Drawer 1)8jlkelstid 113.4141. Home, e552t20REoie'ranso bur poor .a I Its, c

remain liable for any said balance contract remalnlng Florida, on or before SERVICE Write P.O. Box 1395 essential Excellent CBIBUAHUAS. tw. Male Store and WarebooaeaMulberry
unpaid under CAR PAYMENTS
ho 10th of mO.'h. and for sale. Stud .
day April 19 4. and oler. Plolc
Commercial Credit Corporation before or Immediately thereafter or earning potential Liberal .-....Ice. .I.U .bal.1 male Mulberry at.

Credit DEWEY Manager F. Lane, to file with Court the the Clerk original of the of aboveentitled acid 30 Beauty Parlors Call 682-4137 benefit plan Including MO S- S an. to 5 0 OntO. .1'. P Bites TOO HIGH?

AdvertiseTHE PUPPISS nary
V Wl anawer or written definaea. IIIK CLARA BEAUTY Baton Lakeland saving and retirement -DAL"ATtM, 3-3310. .. Opec All Dar W.dDu.
completebeauty :
Over aaeortate Pendarvls Chevrolet .
.ny. service. hair etrllnc, hair paid va 1 .mD' late model .e
plan rour .d
,NAVE CHIHUAHUA pupplee far< Florida
colorlnt permanenU Oak ATen. .. .. 1111 West Greenwood 11I0 Lakslaod Auoclato gtaro 'ou borne la one ,o..afford.
You are hereby notified that the : PRO CONjrHSO WILL BFENThRFI In Kathleen Clara Oarland MO cations Immediate dis-
following motor vehicle! : > AGAINST YOU FOR 14070 54 Help Wanted., Molt 2.281. 111 Mo 10rl. AvoBadeoek See Mr. .-
1951 Pontlao t.Dr Bdn THE RELINK: DEMANDED IN count privileges. Con MALl. AEC. white mlombred.mmnlatumo Will T. To* ClaSP'

A188HUCII THH COMPLAINT 36 lownmowin t Sinks TERMITE AND Pest control salesEspsrlsncs tact Mrs A. Cuyler I pundla. Call MU 3-1523., PENDARVISCHEROLE
1SII Pontlao Tempeet LemancBpt WITNESS my hand and official m.D. bslpful Brut.- LIGHT PIXCt Chsrrr maheean
Cpe 1IJP 9 70 seal of office at Bartow Polk 'IN sngnlnln. Ill New, Auburadale Personnel ManagerMontgomery TINT TOY. poodle. black Crystal Chamllnee. dIamel room suite C.I Mil 2.
pion Souta 1171I ,
will\ bo bid at publlo ealo at 10,00A County, Florida. this 28th day ot REPAIRS ON all make lawnmow-. HiihwarATTENTION. Ward Laho Drive .203 I.
I are and small snclnes Free Intlmat. .
.M. clock on the 17th day of Merck A. P., 1914. .. MEN-We bane 00.nln. .
April 1K4, at 2401 8. Florida AveIjikelaad .. P. H SLOAN, JR Electric on 101 nicole North. Gable Auto, H for I men Sxpsrtsnce sell- 1026 East MemorialBlvd. IOR8CS FOR sals Fits calteiiper .- 3 I COMPLETE rooms good .
Florida The proceed Clerk ot tho Circuit l Court Forlda AvePhone ins furniture and. appllancee will I pIece Id seldlnc 1400elf furniture $199.95
MTJ 1-0301 9;30 to 4:30. No CI. Bar S P.yment WILL PAY cash for .1ssnaarar
4f the ealo will be applied first' ,
be helpful For R.D.
(REAL) personal lotsrtl Co..pl ttckup, 17 elder MTJ _401.
I to the payment of the I.CCI'Jmotor U-187 OEORO.E LAWN Mower Rspalrs, rail 188.1107 I__to 10 e m I Saturdays. Line and Hwr. 8. only $1190 per moth. o
and rotary and reel WE FAY 111 hunk .
retaking, storing trite biadet EXPERIENCED SERVICE stall.;i alAOL PUPPI05. 8.1.. ate U .
b,. vehicle and thsrostef pub. NOTICE: UNDER FICTITIOUS sharpened ala southern Annue, ndant. Local references. knor ,.k. Cll I '-.. POLKTRADNG trucks Pree pica a., Tonksl
, I llcatlon of notice ot sale and then NAME LAW 888-11. msohsnls work Apple Crystal 58 Work Wanted Iron .Metal. I.. 413-1117

to the satisfaction of the balance Notice Tn Hereby Given that the Lake Shell CombO. Road at Unltek MART

due under the contract with Wll-. underpinned. dealrlng to engage I In 37 Mattress Renovating CrnUI Lake TRACTOR WORK wanted Me.. 1 120 Farm Implement
Ham T. Elaine M. Randall eovrlnv
Ibualnece under the flctltlouo same TRI STATE Breeders. I
toe and dlsclnf Nsw oqulpmn.Quick .&. .Uf.lal
the fInancing of acid motor of MOTEL' LAKbUAND at num MATTRESS REMOVATINO I. isemmatlon M I WA"TED: Per
vehicle Any eiirplua will be paid her 1314 fraet: Memorial far ........ Ace Mattreec Company service Call fir free IOtt.ID.tH. per PIVg CUBIC foot OB used 'rnt "U C...t. cu
Boulevard senvimea Semen Included. I 532.' C'I.
Fred L Powers MO 5-0532 ...
10 you and you will\ remain liable In the City of Lakeland Florida. Phone MU ....41. LOOK UPtoday's 1002. balms frees Look like
for any balance remaining unpaid Intend to register the paid name [LEDGER JUNIOR WEST all lawn eer,. Only |7I M, Baalo leetrle. Mt 121 Meblle
.TVS YEAR old Oentl,, West Main Street H.m.
said marc
under contractCommercial
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 49 Ice and sprarlnf. bourn washier
WslliPumpsLET Care For Sale ads
bat Oood lor .
spirited chtldrsHO
Corporation of I'olk County Florida. and> pslnuns Phone MO I-111J .. BABY PURNITURB bedroom sul.
DEWEY K Lane, In this section and be ao answer. MO 0-1100. 73. $ MU I.7311, tad miscellaneous beaaeiu.ld TCAILZII ..L".1. lass,.
EDWARD U MILLET MONTOOMSBY Ward drill soul. '. ... IS.aseed .
Credit Manager Crucial Drive. Lakeland Florid .
foods IU 3700).
ty.9S1> haIl ,auras II and In.t.1I pun, astor amazed by the excellent )2 Wentid Llviiteck Pets I .dlD. beaded local and aatlonaltraasporterc.
---------- seetorn. VII 10 31 .Olltbt. to ear Don' STUDENT MALE deilrec pant Jacks 4710 SacTawpa
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN POLLING PLACES iohe IIIU I.IIOJ values t delay. time bookkesplnf position. Call 104 Gee, Oil, F... chwar. MO S-M34
NOTICE IS HEREBY (lIVEN that the Board of County Commie 131-1041. Barlow. .betwesa I 30 ANTED a few dairy cattle aa,,

sInners of Polk County, Florida. bee determined that .because of WANT and S 30 weekdersUOHT t.d. Will pay top dab price PROPANB OAS for eooklng keal.
there location adequate for the efficient Dairy. UTJ .... ONE ONLY
being no and expeditious CARPENTERINQloMnf a e I .3. ins. lot water. Irrteettoa. and usirtal --
holding of the Primary and Oeneral lections for the year 1984 In Work by Job. or hour am. C.1.W.... Ivy's Ia-
the following numbered voting precincts. the polling places for each / BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY MU :loa 100. MERCHANDISE aerIal . 1311 HeAuburadale NEW 50'xlO'
hAl been moved tn a location In a contiguous precinct .. designated Blsbwar
and described below, and all votera In said precincts are hereby WANT CARPENTERING work, and
notified that the :polling; I for their palatine at a very reasei".bl. 2 bedroom
casting votes In each auth Bicycles 0 Motorcycles' 105
election during 1914 shall be aa follows: price! No Job too small anlJns. 9 Jw.lrWI

Sales fAT .... diameaex geld
Pea Teen enter Building dron In her hems Faced yardLaree sad service. .
elaclinsnodol. eoloe old . plaunam.
ird Street and. Avenue F, NW : plairoom Rsasonable rates .., sparta 10" tare, Nsleoa Mwotry' 104 Semite.1.o
Winter Haven Florida Phone 613-4901 .Wet Lakeland Cycle Co. Ill
I *U McCutcheon Bulk Service wiiI'ggp children .t me 1I01D.. Weal .a
Junction 17.12. 1 miles north of FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE at wool 0. 211c hoeI tented pard. .IDO.t .a.21 107 Supplies 1639 W Memorial Blvd.
Winter Haven Florida rivmbing
awlnoe. eU.26ft.
#71 County CommlMlon District I 9 Lakeland FloridaIS
Pletrlct *1 Office Building WHEN YOU NEED ITI PAINTlrfO. SPECIAL price atwood Ward
Fort Meade. Florida trim also cement bloc AsTRAL LAM. Teakwood' Stan. Montgomer
act American 9 Work seaca oWed. 443-3411 efCOLORED Nor I lake .._ Items. piwashstaads -- WATER
8 torus. II M M e WIDES
Fort Meade, Florida Appliance Picture Framei pm. chairsi ete ,
Pan Houth side of Agricultural Pavilion OIRL wante dae's won' halos R..I.. ioa-4t61. MOBILE HOME INSCRANCBSTORAOS
Highway IT South FOR PROMPT repairs cwaihlnc reins P'' C T U R B FRAMES Sceatilulframea housecleaalnf and Ironlne lIIoa. Have Ho Water W .PARTS

Bartow. Florida orators oieohl ... andapplIances. and mouldlnf Custom andready dar Tuesday and Wednesday .1 97 Articles Fir Sale-Mis., You It!
Oil HI Paul Lutheran Church call Thrifty CityCervtrs made. dalnee Art Shop hour 413-3(11 Nee DEE'SMOBILE
1020 South DrtwenieU4l59 2M'. Orleans Street MO 1 3104 BED '4H,. _
Florida Avenue PAINTING AND carpenter WOlPree '.. TV'S from 1 op 051-
Lakeland Florida .E ""'"-IPPii iimSI"lc.d- estimates SaUifactloa .uaranteetf Bleed we . Wonkias 117 N. HOMES

DATED at Bat'tow, Polk County Florida, thle 7th day April Plumbing Supplies Call MTJ B-4m ade-ioc Be.a. Admiral SalService MU Kentck

A.D., J984 6tbTRIC srrolcad.Pri 10 37. Peaeoc 2-510 Ml M. W.bu MTJ
D. n II SLOAN JR.. ('I..k caere o r.IA.CiI.; I : It K MORRIS 1>0-11 You,.." T. 4M N, ... ..

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Window sir conditioner service lunblnf and Electrical Supplies, FINANCIAL AUTO OLA8S aad 108 ritnat & Mwtlcal IsiJUST II' fee _
and In.t.llatlon Call St..hoo.frl Free Information and .r .pl. 'IRVIIR Ill"
COUriTY dsllvsry
lamts Installed. For .
(SEAL) By Kirby W Main : Ii Auituntl once.' ad CIcero Flenu'Ical ocl.1lt7 enrobe. tool. 14 rental hours., pipe..out..I..and. 81414118A threaded .. 62 Business Opportunities call Cliff Ward. 111' Norm Maca.Mo Rxcnvco: '.1. ..11... It.IMCharles .
Deputy Clerk I. .
1-0011 Carload 01dm ,. Bet
I Uo Pi. Rule
MM LakelandPrinting' .
1 III Auto Repairs Service HAWAIIAN THIY .. . Winter Barea. Marian
sad tBcomepropertleo
tloaed and fully fuaraateeej Aflalsbee off
RtOLUTIONMOVING CERTAIN POLLING PLACE FRkKI: FRIKI Free A.. UeorfeService Mel Rule, LMLA 'U' 1 per yard. Dae . Trailer Lrachburi Park .Road. Schmidt
WHk.Rh.AS: the recent preempting of all area In Pont Count I Center. IllS North Florida Reeiwr 1117 .. Memorial aUvel clID 1.I.to. at .1 and na
has greatly I Increased the number of pretlncta In the County, renulr, Avenue for that summer vacation "U 1-410' .. prl. Wall-to-- PULL BAI TM. NIW MOON. 10IM'. 194J1 mod*.1.
Ing the location ot a new polling place In each .of eald new preclude: safsty Inspection on the FOR ALL your printing needs lull carpet or .. r.. sea ', plan Two bedrooms two .batn Just
and family carw itia tb. latest electronic call MTJ 1-4404. Commercial Preee '''our .and edfed ., .t a 10\ new Far 100 down .... ,
WHFRFA8: diligent and oxhauetlvo effnrto have been made to equipment Our nechai' In.... Letterheads, UUhotrephln WANTED TO BUY Includes Candy .lae., menu of M monthly to re.liable .
locate convenient an I adequate ommortatlona for use .. pulllnplacea aaa i ouportly takeaare of all eu'tomutine ,". .tn. "Nd> and aol -: CO. credit Will also rent com
In enih precln: and repairs. Call 113-3113. Polk County Sunderc O C. Hsmllbricc .,,30J I -Ltl.n0a.t4 photo trsUer ten iioo monmi:,.
WHbHrAa' notwtthetandlng inch efforts In the Kerelnafte AlSatian ladlsa W. live SAN Radiator Service Dadc City Pay. M. t,'I onto Phone MU 51300.CASSIFlEDDlSPLAV".

named preclmto the polling pieces tentatively deaurnaied have bee I Green mempsAnte Liquor license miles North of Interstate 4CLOTHE8UNB CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: -

found to b. made quulea id no other .dequa" places have been ANY TYPE radiator ....I.., POSTS freatrdneed. ., - -- -
located within each. such precinct! and Seat (avers cleaning. recorlnf. rewulldlnf Write Box M-271 S and 1" eempletelrelded. ,

WHEREAS In each I Inatanca- adequate polling place baa bee LINDA' AUTO ..., Co..,.. i Cam- i Peddle. RadIator Service.SatSt IIIU Lakeland LeJger. U" erossamj wita' I I
located In a and the moving of the polling place automotive Interiors aVIl MM and 111 JO pair
OI'.f.;:: : plete
to ouch contiguous eeaentlal to the efficient and fair I..' Main Phone MU I 7110 RADIATORS. BLOCKS cleOB .. aoe. Phone ..
eon"N'w ot all primary and IrtIE electlone during the year, lilt; vehicle, Cyele-Flo method Repalraa TEXACO INC Excellent locat... 10. Maaufavturln*. "
THEREFORE. by the Board Count Cencrete I II typec Gentler 1101Bomh for lease In Aaburadaieareaea
Commlealonora of Polk County, Florida, In regular session duly aaeembled _1 norms tal-4001 fbwey II. Fold trainln avail-
that It .. determined that the accommodatlono for holding LlCINII&D COoCIolIS: .aaba.- able. eoDI R A. Rltaholn. AUCTIONFriday
the primary and general electlone for the year 11(14 are Inadequate tor Del...... flnors eids.alka. Radii & TV Repair 441- Only

for the oipodltlouo and efficient houalng and handling of Voting and .tooo. streets curbs patina and ONI stoat end twa it 30"WE'RE
voting paraphernalia In the following voting proclneti. to.wllIr'olnot : ..'td.... B. B. Morris. ...-14,,, EXPERT RADIO and TV Service, thumb bands ..aU.bl. Fbnae0.1lila. 7:30 P.

Number L.t.l.o' plus tree moisture proofing. after We .buy ,
M take Region Fences' I your eec Is repaired IB cur modern NEED: OPERATOR for well A I f .

If Hartrldge DIAL stoop at a fair prl... Briafar .. major ell company .lat JIMMY
71 B iff amID MUTUAL FENCE ComuaniLowest !Del. sea la and save lOS or call station Small capital .nl WALKR'
Tiger Bay prices. no down payment, H.....'. Radio and TV MO IU-OIS4 or eal, CEER
U Clear Spring fuaranteed. We wont be undersold 3-1170. 411 LonffsUew, Best W:I .I.hl SUS 0. S.
91 l Glendale Lakeland Industry MTJ S. JOt,'. Mower swop. TRAILER PARK 14 sPaces
and that no such adequate location exlita In each of IBid precinct: 41 111 Free ...&1...... th acres. New basin. S trettena.: OSEU PURN1TURB: and appllsnces
scarcity I lit otio. tis
.nd Screen Repair Ownei l-i(7l ttpbeisterwf Buy eel: OUT TO SELL
dowaHSTSB WhatorI
BB IT FURTHFR RESOLVED by acid Board of County Com FsrsitursBRlDtt i' ,.d.. S A M Bartain ....

rnleel noire that tho polling placea for paId precincts are hereby moved Best furniture SHEENS: REPAIRED insect wirereenlns I CONSIDER partner for liskway II North at Olbesala
MU .
pricesMathers I 4104
to adequate location In conllguoua preclncta for the holding of all MU Furniture, Phone 4M- .. replaced la wood 01 r WOUL meat store with meat -
primary and general declines In the year 1914: the precinct plac.. elM metal frames. Pick tip delivery. ba.ma(1..0..tl lf>0 Nsw Tampa aIIW: (!>. Islesl model 30 NEVr) PONTIACS

and the new polling placea designated' belnar; aa follows: 1188.'H' ___ ____ ..". MV I-OM7 after 710: ; Take over p ,

Voting' Precincts New Polling Place lamp Repairs Feels p m. bOt I'3..or.I. "'DI. Dectrolul Corp. eII ( Only A Few Days Left)
Precinct No II Teen. Center Building Swimming
tow ....: .INon .... Uk. .... Tea
'..' lOt Street and Avenue F NW LAMpa. PLAC..INT. shade.Larna .. AVAILABL 10
Wlnfer Haven Florida parts and repair Imports POOLS CLEANED. repaired .le".ld ser t Ice .taloo.anee. pam..1 I mol. ba:
Precinct PO S4 McCutcheon Bulk Service Studios IM Sogia Orleans At.Pu. .-p o I a t s d. cheaieals supplies: IDIO.BOI. phone "11. I. 3an. This month Pick selection of
I Junction IT.I*, a mIles north nf 6-1151 MTJ e..ln8Lawnmawer equipment WAiB. 70S East Main. 10'xN' HOUSBTRAILER With catena : .UR LA""IOWII 10 SO- your a new

Winter Haven Florida MU S-4ja: & carport and utility room, .o .BelI .It.
Precinct No TI County i ommlulon Dletrlct #1 Repairs Poll L. P. bans _I.. sail Clams i ene acre lend Eicbt ,ta Wall: 110i Searc II" .bicycle : Tempest, Carolina, Star Chief, Bonnavilla

Pletrlct #1 Offlox Building LAWN"OWER !ct'.M-c1o.u. 500-5041. ers. Call Plant City. ,a.I8 MU "403.
ItLPAIRIOG. Sewand ., .
Fort Meade Florida
tent foe or Grand
tools ,
Buy and setmowsra.
Preolnot No. 10 American Legion Hall Klnsey, late Lanler MO IISUi.'C Army eels 1-wheel trailer IMcomplete Prx-
rort Meade. Florida 4 3140 It. licbt rose sofa no
Precinct No. II Houth aide of Agricultural Pavilion IJPHOI.&TIo.RlIoO : SAPS ace to ..,, a bed. .. Combination his.1I : No koionebU Offer Rofy.ee>
Highway IT South lien enallfy DRIER I I ohair. play ., M Double sum
Piloting MO Blip severe and dr_. .
Bartow. Florida eel .10,0 UOO..O, tnt and mBa. at Pnoao 411-0111
sonsble. Free estimates pick I
ut S tablI I
Precinct No. II fit. Paul Lutheran Church PAIHTlNO .PIECIAL A naeaa ix- Phone t Flllnas for aoeidcnta ONE SIMPlICITY lardea tractor
and delivery SII-4640 14M .Ra
1010 South Florida Avonuo .brine. 1110 Areraa-e caloriC'. Holllrieiworth RacdVsnetlae "' lD.ar.lle. Senior 1 with plow. disk end cultivator E Now you con write your own ticket on
lakeland Florida Sill First class work. Ouaran Asstca Sans food Price '121. lav

AND BE IT FURTHER SOLVED that notice of the said .chan. teed IItt.r....... Phone. II14Malter Blind pl Dt.r.o..... Harvey Smith A..a..",. Quit O C. Hamilton Pb' M F America' 3rd place teller in '63 and
In palling plaoea for the precinct. Involved with clear dcrlptlon. 130PAINTINO 43 lIoau Florida AreBuo, pooneSB I North of .. \ .. a

the voting placeo to which changed be published In Ire Lakela WASHINO carpTntefwork : IUUICALII$ A N D Dado City HlsbwsT MO 0-41371 '

Lodger a n..paper of general circulation publl.h.d In PoIII ount' III..rlorO.lor work' Fre4eitlmates I ......tu,..... !ttp.l.... tleaeed USED: futures. Tell margin even more in 64 PONTIAC.
In two I..u". not later thee April 18. 1R50 and that notice of ian. reasonable prices. ill, rallnIahed. AleS aata.nbile cnn.uaa ," ole> ..PUWBII sinks. IS eachTube.
particular: change bo published once prior to May I, 1064 In.,thereepective ..... II3-3IIO. .... Turmsn blinda. Ale-Lute, MU .. ;. 6 Mora ., 401 Hennosseo Street I..

nowapaper published I nearest each affected precinct BUY refinance PHA,
STATE OF FLORIDA ) and 'IU. .I Markego ioU MODEL sic lea sswlnf machine

COUNTY I, D. H.OF Sloan POLK Jr.. Clerk) of the Board nf County Commlulonot IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS .Ida A Corp>e. MO of.I.",un.'...P.O. I.moBUily Rspoesssssd.. PD Balance MO 1 131-3417 Tor

Polk County Florida. hereby certify that the above Reaolutlon 10: I Sal-SON bads. Chevrole \
a true and correct copy from the minutes of the Board ot CouuJ dump "'.. 1M3. rood sondlttoi:j 'KERT IAC'
Commissioners of April T. 1814 x BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION HORTICULTURE for pickup hausetrauer, On

WITNESS my hand and official seal of IBId Board thle Uth dx' H*" pump, O coaerefcmlier
of April, A.D" I*<4. Fertilizer Feed Sell One oa, ebali,: 8 f.M.
D. H SLOAN, JR, Clerk 7 heist end 40 track. ODe hear

BOARD OF COUNTY ( COMMISSIONS I DIAL MU 6.1 1 51-Ask For Classified I duty hoist truck 1..d for teal Highway 92 tr Rose St Phone
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA OROUND PloT mark Peat sad I ... One J elevate 6825125n
HEAL) By Klrby W. Main Deputy Clerk soil ..I.Leco4et I10S S.,Meat.' fuel task. a. .. Lake.

Mile -i-I, Pat o.lt.a MU 1-4411 .. .
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121 MoblU Homes 129 _!Fmnitlio; ) ApertIII..tTWO aotrT, CE CAUiO.GJGQ; IClAS ALottS1HeI ET1'V REAL ESTATE *- REAL ESTATE

tWo ,:::Ia.b':Itb bO-i_;; PUJUOSRBD UT1U MlOCU aa 'niI! '

.:; ..... b. .? WO''ahop? .OD 1.- Icab four room and apartnwnt kalh. 141'*' CiJRt. e POUC6 a\UED\ MIi'tttCU, 1SJ Nooses far Sal 153 Nooses rr SiI!.

'1 10,: 'hni $ .r ,. .I.- Taniliwood.wood Phono 8182340IUPLEX Apply 10. '1'...... ev lt4ADAiiO

MUai' CtrnR tlJO'
)M Trtcki Tnlltrt TWO awROO" ...... ts1ioPar0..o LOVELY HOME
,. a a. 15510$.. .Wlt/ LOANS
wa85loi I..WUee, JArk a.au..oJI. ., 4 Bedroom } katb*. sal floor.
18* FOJUJ- Tu Tnwk. mak '.-. 3 fireplace, lovely oherry panel-
*ffr. Muki Trxiim ,n l n I 0 ISo in many room I.... kltoh..
HtwTMiM Hl.aw.,7 POUR ROOMII. eMail aoor0.ooi lormal dInIng room, I ".. room. IMMEDIATELY
Ior..od pOrcb, Off .."", part laps* ewlmmln, pool Let 151.
bc..$50 ip85 III W,.. llelmllj 227' Call ArllB *lmond* wIlls
RENTALS sIP. T. R i3or Jr., Realtor at MU AVAILABLEFOR

110 In Dtobalso47 ejeu ., ar fnlnn *4 hoC 1108.
128 Booboos thra room and katb onoBd-4n
Pisces ,., I.nt t poreb. C..... .. ...... ReduredN

r.... to tour around logo.. -. POOL
140 Sub,. 11. Laos .......
OFFICE ? BEDROOM alMDlna iwr.h Spacious 3 bedroom home
FOR RENTI! fled floor BIT BrUbBorhom

In Twker-8 Dnt Ito 'I Wart Nest ahoppint oootar. iwulra 70 with 3 bath, Florida room, HOME CONSTRUCTION
ao'.U'> *.... toSSJ
and rurl Terrene floor. Nlea DuPLEX olpetril, : RENTALS RENTALS double garage extra large
Idea 3 "ltj/.D./ REAL *
for doetor-a effle .. jnaaloa 2 I Stpop Wut.p(.P.Phoap WOi'\o':.. ESTATE REAL ESTATEI REAL ESTATE lot with SHADE TREES A Step ... Talk
'"1'101. Utk%. C"U" ....&1.1, I. prop pour BUM
and .1. Sfl4ttIIni. 'uo ..o.u.. NICI TWO bodroom ....... apar..: 131 For lent, Mlictllaneowi 139 Uafvroished HevietDNPURMIOHKD 146 Farm Grevet Roaches 153 H. CITRUS Air conditioning with .... BUM! avportoDjoA, to*.
Sol l
meal. .... ler 153 Houses Fr Solo
I. c.u T. a. : ru** SouUuido. and
'f1lCbr. nice deluxe
Jr. "&10 I !ri'I; :, Swimming Iso A lass 5. *ym ,CWu..
"' .. MO ""I'n.FOR p908bat- .
TWO BEDROOM trailer nrlTateat. Trmn tool.P5000.1 OROVI BABOAIN II Bon _, TWO pool fenced In with BeacHoue.
.. . Atm : BBDBQOM hoop wit
OPPOsIT. Fannetoed I ...._ bwua*. boiu*. 460. tw,I, 11 ... ...
.ran. T .* old uoodBOM larMnid
8KUJPII'LEBOARD., porob. Silts ... H
1.wo FOODS MU a-4811. "" ...* 130. FhoBO M 0 : $50 PER MONTH Only $29,430-South-
LEASE 5 m-t Florida room" :': *. North .. ..Iond. 438000. mile outtld ell,. 48000 roon FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS
:. t Orlul .- V% d.... AIM adjolaln *\40 "'OINI.aTI.L Iide-RC>-1202.
133 Mobile Homes I ION Five KOOM .._.. Tw bod-. .or**. a ,...... BvoalM, Maleolm .. .... 1 kodraoBi fran BOMthat .I
*lwarba... with 3000 Hawt, ift 'r1 dpooms. PpivT nwou. Florida room. 00. bio*.: TbO.... 554-7MI Bart llodiorRoaitar .. TRRtB kedroom. Bearobaola .... lie ooM ImniKllamHe
feet, erllc ply* J800 .... ft. HIM,' '" : ... I aEDROO" (5r0113lo4 kaa. Moat aobool ODd abonboiNortrald . M-t711 tboppinf 19.4OO kueiteal -. ...IIt..... BO aloalnt **... B: BRICK HOMES AND
-(OOklOO' *....*.. *3a.Bproklmaltly "830'.In.. ., "bd... U ,....7... for ..... Call W 3.3004.ClSAN .5655.or *. 114-II311 sitar S 10". at 18818- .U.7a monuuy, ......*. Mtblntiai do. 10._'. 4
(.... fenced AU IIoIiIb ,.._. ACHES In U post old .,.... 4 sad T0. P000 In. For lofonnau LOAN
8M-a347 40
lull out of rltf oo But Main MOLlFap .. .. MODDIf fainlalaid i.u.Ir&ll.rs5 fouls 00. .... or ...., *1oc.1 aoroo of .itra wood** land ....aIII.k. JJJ. ....... Mundr tbrouib Frldat ,; These Select Brick Homes \SSW.
.treat, rlartrbg .;!fJ:; 510 I p.tlaop. Good 1191D1 _a- .d at Carter' coraor on'BaU.I *. Hla-awar ,_...*. D..IrabI.broil ... 10] BTAUNTOW AVErnr: Re, 045. OraatoFbon.1.,'t
North dI1bosa. VUUIItt f..I...... Out.' Orl>.. Pbon MO41B t. bo aubdlfldod. Fboa ...... Corner lot thro* bodrwom are ready for IMMEDIATE tCrrital ....n'

R. M. MARLER CLOBB DOWNTOWN Tw* lar7 110-111' wS40Ir. eawen.'R.VATa. OCILORI fur ".. ,,,... rous144 MO i-uia tWIt batbi, Florida room. central MU 2-6116 OCCUPANCY Feature In. .

roo.... 114 ..... DtflltlM 1>ali CLaMS tra1llr for ....,. NUl. Cell allot 4. MV ...... .Ir and beat ....lOll. elude 3 Bedroom ] Baths Lak Dr.Fkeaoi 1 454

& SON 213 4V>.t. N.. Tort 4M-40a4 AIIo Oar. "allo 000 p.1Ie 00 PIVB ROOM boiu. law oeraonod 30 A GROVE NEW TWO bedraom bona |Uad. SOd.41S0'..
boo U... 88-1141.. $61.85 PER MONTH Florida and Dining Room.
PXIHNUHUJ IB ports Botwm for
APARTMENT fa"adult DOOM .od 30 Loris btariB*. 10 AON. la 14 toimtdlalo 0.ouPaa ,. 1100
LML& aeulor. *. au cut Muaolla etr*... TWO BEDROOM. 44(10' trailer 81hI... ttt Park >trM. Call 8811131. ...... All a* ....... oood orop .HValonalB .... ft ttrint artn. bullk-lu r..... FHA a* low at $450 dow
ROt P. Mala M. 682-1601 I Jl Plr .0."" Pboaa MU leautlful laadetnMn. Adultiummtr . lal"' 114 Bait ParLABOB prop coo* with iron aAorao SwiSs window*, full Ills kalbwrraaw Tw* Wdroooj CB bora* at 101' and NO DOWN RETIREMINTIIOJJErURWSHEP
0403. 1-1( rate*. 380* Nartk Flort. 80.00$. laiprvfod pUl..... bo...*. floor*. ........ Porab, wilt Caaal In Bawls Park Par! PAYMENT.

129 r,r :isM Apartments DESIRABLETHUB ro.pij .. da MU 81311ON TBRn boaroama. loa- ......*. o.ulpmnt ibd irrlitUoa -Priced at '10._ soS so i I mm Intlud tax**, Iniuran. VA.-LMLA. '

-. 'root ...."....1. Bath, luan*.. BEDROOM trailer 811 week oil ........ sai0000d porob. f...... will. Ml.too. Only 117.MM eolk after a low don paymcat principal aid later. *190 dow.I (West SUef!
Adult back duos. JOHN MTTCRILL, Rtaltor Can bo soon daUy at *un Acre ....'..11..
.?M TWO bedroom. ll, Qultt. l$l Uk* MorvwNIAR UW'".. furalehad, patio withawnlni .d. ttt* batb tub and
lniroom 9524342 . 2400) a. Florida At For Information *all Jerry Marin EGG RANCH 1 Btdroom hmo. ploa condltloa,
kltohia. bath. cedar 010...*. D. e8..23. Laundry taelllue avallbl itallod .. .or. liarS from Lak am ot FRONI 4M4114CUSTOM
CT 4-im rowooialll
Hear .to,... km. Adult. 883-8747 I WATBOM . MV 1-6. I. Morton. Call MU 1oOII&8. u00-4091. or Winter Prlfw Tty *, MUO.. Co15ArUPO
Cltnlo 1-1433.
73* .
Mnoodi MU p-UM, WlIIt
HJBNIUHKD .APARIMINT >8 r:"' VtoU Adult. dO. UUlmo, TRAILER ON prlirat lo" Call 111* sours Uaoola. AdulU. two BAROARN. 10 ACRES with a nice 3 T. R. TuckM, Jr. RtaJtor MU

411 BoBth 1'.......*. ReasonableMO ,. 803-2374.'ho4. Jo* Maoalun. BISHOP,, MU 8-731 after .. .-..01.-_.. krMwar R *Jlor. ". itorai 3-I37t. Jot, MONEY GROVE bedroom CB. It.ATTRACTIVB.. Florida room Iwo.I Jedroora 2 Bath home with a-WJ .
oUIII,. awalnc window. UI* bath, living and fireplace -
KOTO. APARTMKhTS eoe ani S BUMMJDt RATB ar narlj baau. 134 Mobil Hose Lots II' PLATU'O ........ plo. ruoou. 1000101.4. birch ,cabinet. Bear BUILT room
... room*. linen. .aulttle fur- .ot.. BIO*, all OMtrM air 00... taOs. hot Oslo.. sipO. P0100. .U 10 Aer**. .."'rod. 71* Tal.Bola. Mbaol (tore* an< abureb Faved Florida Room
Bleb**. Dial. MoteL 400 hew dltloolBi, troiiBd floor sarporl. HAOT LOTS 8butflaboard. ...- .*.k. MTJ t...Sta.U14 SOS Jaffa. aiB Marnli OP 11Duaau .trt*. n* oily ,._ Wo.....-, screened porch work shop LARGE ONE EAST!
Tampa Hl.hwy. ..... ***, 11J au Or.....I OP'S f..uulI. 51.55 OF Prtoa Oil. I).180 po tul nelihborhcwd Jdeal rUr
It..... .h445r5 sod !aundis. C1so;:: I aero. Balano 1-10 ...... II,. 6J. awls Horn. .600. '1'1..... BK and 2,000 beautiful white Four bedroom, three bath.
THRU ROOMS, clten quiet. tn.tr UCRIUCNED IaI .......,.. Tht.e .u.. au 12. : CmTAV . I room*. IK Call Jim Powr with T 5. Taak dlwount for opts In my equity ALL BRICK HOMES dining Florida room
.l location. .leetrto ..lie..... Mluttllttee ortooklnt 1Ak.PORCH....,...unlaln. **. P005. 585.4040( bath.. } kodraoma, kullt-la tango .". Jr. ..aI..... .....TI13o 717 Barannah, two klocki soot Leghorn hen*. Also .IMOnl room.
furnlihed. Adult onlyParklny .0. Bummor af Wabamb on big corner lot near Com
aad in Ikylln Aorw. AIM ditloned fully
rolls for peso. CU hai ell
poor IM 00 BuMM u..
around. No F1VB
881-1801 cnl ACBX wlla wall
*ea- traIl for bulldlu lat NO down
or truck payment an to.
you ; bee school. RO1030.
dims. pot 4IH-4T43 U. tank pared road, abada and cnriTAM . i rooau I Ownir $544738.bIZASONAnLil house and 6 acre of pa*>
?VU1n13113 oa .' .....h... lOr\- .ard.n .pae.. 545OS. koarooBta, 10 A .....,ron, Oron Fin 1 BBbom I SMALL down payment an oar *lo,
row bata .......... "'.00 to room, 1% c..rlookln< Lak. I car : OWNKH. L* ure-CO-1742.
(MOO monthly. riaae*'* Apnnit 701 E. LIME LAU BONNY Four Star Mobil. be.... .BaUt-lm not. and ..... .*.. PolO room Tbl I. fin tar -, down parment. Tbrta bedraoni.. NEAR SEARSTOWNI
... *. UQ 1-4441. Home Park low laziest lot In coil boiL (100 mouth.ABBOTTHECKES. olaw two full batba Ian Florida
property. Fileod rIght wIth Comfortable furnished home
PRIVATI tUITRANCB ter...... bU. lari*, tw. kedroom. tiled Lakeland.pal ....."Bleb. and dry sod ...... oollnt to....*. room a ear ..,porl, fcrlek On IMPERIAL SCOTT KELLYRealtor
water ewr rear old. ... MO: 1-483 with rental unit on corner
wren, livlov room bedraomileben. batb with Mparat dlnlnmam. ..... in*. bu Una Block 4* 10 A orovo wiltS th. Taltnel wo 0olvo.MUST or
koth Convenient South'oido leant nlMly furnUhed with ... aew Orot. Park Shoppini CO. crop. ''',100. IK* down lot. Only $9,0001 RO-J130.
nelihborbaod. Couplo oolr. too and .....* fumlehed, I...... flood "515. hIkIng aad boat.m 10 A Boarlni crora. 65.000., M. BILL. IOTM bedroom"CB CONSTRUCTION CO., LMLA
8831383ATTRACTIVELY_ ; lei a month Call Sari Traawi I *. ,,01I'"* Mann CIr BIsItor LMLA down. hoops 110,700 air aoaditlonerlandwaped. ,.
PORN18IIED o,. lib T. R. Twekr. h. Realtoat lei Lak Dru*. MU -,.,. 117 B. '1'1.". AT.. MO 8- lMSOUTHBIDC. 40 A Oraai .irao proprty Goodcrop will take 101904. INC. 213 S. Tenneaaeo
wt 0 000, II" down.M RUDYLMLA
888-7171 or renun .a-'N'. mortitio. 4143387FORECLOSED MEL
and two kodraom apartment 401BouUl MU 2-5195
A H...r produclni (rovo, IniUoa 411 H Pta. Ars.
florldo Phono MO 3-3 6 7rUKNIBHED 135 Room For lust :. TWO hodrooma.lario .. I1MOOO 30* down RIPOS8 3 p540 REALTOR

OR Mm I lurnUhedOB DUPLEX. THan room prlrat* li.ln. ...... IK* and rofrl4rator IM A Oranio ror food rop benein In many Lakeland nreaa 681-1141 *...UJI
beautiful Leke Morton. 183Lak : bath, ..Ir...*. WaWr furniahed. LAROB ROOM .lean, near kua.Oeatleman lurabbed 4UO Bieata *>t. 1318000 a** down. Mel Rudy Realtor 1817 B. Memorial MORTGAGE BROKER
MorMB prtr Plume MO Multi a* pel. 140 month. fU preferred or man and MU 1-OJ31 no A Oraat trova at rOsS buJOHNVfiRENNAN Blvd. 0844107.ThlU50ilgDROOMa 1927: E. Memorial Blvd.
"-3611. Nolb Kentucky wife. Price .._toIIII. MU 1-1141 '1'0 bulb. 10 ACRE
dial 686-4107 time
CI.dpi. ;;;; LIB CONDrnONKD, nicely fur Flotld roo... q 000dltlIuoI. any
)IICLflt.AIMJS. Old: ctaAN room ,,_ 10 DI.... FARM HOME
.....I. Lari eloeet epat, ilihed threa room apartment. O I..... Call M11 -0133.. REAl ESTATE eooed yard Real bariaia In i iwry S OWNER SALE!
Adult Parkin Water fanilhd. Miller 1131 BOUW WaMfloo Af*. ...".bl. 100........ Call IN4891 -
310 W.*t Cannon..MALL 000. MTJ 5.4095, LOVELY FURNISHED room, orb ..y 5034054.oOutitsma Small down payment 'prlmhtad ... an BparknaBRoad
.at* latrines, prlfat balk, telephone. 143 Mobil Home Lots IIL\ITOA BtautUul oak around bump Lake Hunter
MODERN apartment. NEWLY DECOR n D. three .Ideal for aalaiman. "1- 12. W... Mob .. : PlOW CUUIde city. >n Parkr Rood In Mdulla, fatbre 0114.' TOrSo wra In lonod ...*.
I.,.. cloeeu. for adult *14 Bat room. modern furniture load 71WORKING. three bedroom thai will taki bedroom, til. kath CB bom. tllr.. 3 .. .. I. Bamlln ormniealano .. lot .
,emoo. Phon MO 171301ARAQBAPARTMENT ocatloa. Bandy Bearitown ihopulnt twin bedi. WalkIng dlitaooo wIth carport and utility on a In food fraid OoodbMlroom a 100' hlllild. with lunut lakel
center .......1... Phon *UCOTTAOE OENTLIMAN Bre- THREE I .hcpplnt and *lemntary eohool nloa lot ao..ro.lmatly Mkl8Cappralial fr.... hoop, I drop ... Ouallty built borne bad
F* .i r 13... r4. La,.., modern 'lUbII.... 120 ACRES Acrow itraet from SouthWM 81000. lao month .. l an* livini room with tlnplao
a II*. 809 this now Only 111.7BOOood
room Comfortabl, convenientlyeated. oom. Private *ntran**, private EXTRA LARGE Junior Run WooS Wlndeor treet. P parmma OU Earl Trauua, MO .... and onpaaloB .10.. pa.*lo4
B* pet*. Inaulr 801 Un> THRU room, lair. bath room RMtoaabla rate MU 1 MO 'V......1.. ( roan Did 1.400' off South Unoeln ...n... Model 0 1-78 or MV 1-"n. looms r Pamllf room. Tbr art .D..
: Street IOMU.. -**... -.. eltanon .-.70111.. phone run tool U".I.rURIiUlHW TRAILER LOTS HUbII pOsts old t,eooPlnppl under ....IIrllO"" ",. Full Inlorma- toua kedroomi. ......IiIIrI.. aloi*
.nlaat Ioc.tlon.ob.bIe.. .* ,*.r. old. 1 400 Bam Ills isO after 4 pm 888-8I10 A. S. MORROW sIt, I katnt. laraio and aarwrt
COTTAO POUR room. Florid: *I'14 Johnton 8448A01SOUTHBIDB COTTAOE. Twroomi SEE 11150 1 roar old IrruaUoo food THRU $10.000. 51.1140.1.
room ell aloctrla. air wndltloned bath lUUred man Idea BEDROOM CB Ilk. new.
sit beat, $1054 South Florida ; NEAR eellce.. twbedroomi. Quiet ...df. 5514.0Slob.. IJOmonth LOT #26. #27 #4 orop ..L. Prk tl 780 pot arr.. corner lot. oil ...... condltloomi A MUST REALTOR LULL
tycnu* |1* batb. ocr_.. .e.-.,... It* dwa Balanra 7 >*art. Call 710*. Widow Solos .sort. ..... Branch Off lol A. S. MORROW
IroD'.b. ....... Water fur Jim PositS MU -un wltb T M 1135. 408 B Memorial Bv4!
o ROU NI> .L 0 0 R. attract* .1M.d. loll -842a. NICE 4.U1JET UMt bom*. DOl on Reynolds Road Just Tucker, Jr. Realtor MU 471WIHOSPITAL fto.llon t.WLA110I
oertoieot free laundry facllltlea. Norm ntucky Aynu. Fine FOR ALB by 0..... Two kid- I F IT IS THan BEDROOM, 5. 'r... 1'\1. M1aa..,
creation Grow Trailer City. 130 FurnIshed mini ....Ib... Bear city park South of CryiUi Lake Dr. MODK8T RANCH 'lUn.lf* Improymal room CB trwbrry Bill *uk.. TWO BATH. CEN1HAL AIR
lartaw Hl.bw... lato Park Nooses MU I-M48 *. til. m prop citrot. Jill trwbrry. Una. Lot l 81 AND HEAT, FLORIDA ROOM -
(149500 Ib,.. kodroom bom. 8IOOO. 100. Price
PA .TM t NiL 8.10.. 811.80. $II WIKK. baby _.;.;.. ROOM. BRIBZB: MOdltlonedarh Clark ....... 48fl-4031 4-1881 .
IIM and 11* per .*... LlihU. pet with runnln water. Mlcryle Fort M td.. FlorIda.tKRSI YOU WOULD STILL LIP! CLOSE IN AT
furnlthed Childrenw1aom Cloe to Blvd .u.... market **... *. It IT weekly 0'.... $150 Down TO KEEP YOUR INVEMTMENTDNDER : 111.5. lan, pailS kodraoom ..
later and (a I $23 Month LAROB bedroomi.
.. AIM eleepln yocm. lock.. Cool and dry Llrlni room Hotel. M3-7I4S 147 income PropertyTWO indltlaned, leparatc air 11000000 IN A CHOICE I *. oomwlitolf furnuhtd wltti 821 E. ORANGE
inlnt-kllchen oomblnatlon bed Phone I cerpertTillable LOCATION. CALL D* TO ISO: a .....I.d lltlni room ana a
114 Ka.t Oak MO 8 8287. tulip, _... AU electric. ..a. I 36 looms With Board for Immedlat occu- RO-IOA iparat dlnlni room locatod ..*. BALI PRICBDI) ...,0011 A b_
POUR ROOM and bath. BariyAmerican 044. I 682-611J DDPLIXH four apart.nu 1 acy. tut Alas ....... Call 0- I..*. tb. hoipltal and Lak O.mil Just M block front Uithulfliboar
furniture. Adult 55&.Smips .'Irwo .* ) kllebtn furnlhdndltloB LIP 3iM or 3-1384 $VLJUNOS CALL IIRACKNIY Parlor, aiklni II MO Call Marl .ouri*. Aa .tu*..
141 South . BEDROOM home. AdulUnly 10ARD wm lunc.be te 10TdnUlon _1 .* .l. BicUnt rotors enPhono IAROA1NI T I t,. horn aoBiUtlaf *( Uvtuioora
\ pool. .oe. BEAUTIFUL mod!.'. MU -.981 Trantu witS R. Turkr JrRMltor. ,
Xo PItta. 55sr.o.sa. .......
omoatfe ( . 7i I leOOiOIOOl. 4H-M11 I
room *
I horn. kltohon, 3 bdroon,
56100 bedroom m b.Ui. MU ?l7J M
THREE and I Bonnaunt ... '
ROOMS bathS iraund reildent. MM4 10.6 Oak 144 .e.oths.o
II Acrage Lois For Sole 111I. luMd porab. Ob,
rhont1U8OTS8 & Ttlencla. 141' PRONTAC1E two borne, toliduOOXlaO oorner lot eonenl.nl loca .t MU a-7UI "ID. tw awroinod
floor [Dlilclan action aonlnf .,... tion near Cryital Lak*. II loah - - front por.b aloo iSO
TWO BEDROOMS .omplotelumUhed 31 Ufunilthd Aparts. ,LAUD BUY-III* aora* ml.eleara "' 011 ir. Rialtor Till 1Iod1i0ld'1, . far faulty. DrIve by Ull I I. loo ft d..p for tardmlBfr
EXCEPTIONALLY NICE Bewapartment dlt W.., ..I..... pot pin I.... 180 per ..,.. 811-4341 (..nu.. Call SwoOP. ROY STILE[ I kulldlni nntal anlt. Call t.
*. Air conditioned U deTelepbon per month. Drift by, bass Pall LINCOLN COOl T Apartment.Lakeland .I 1340 acre *attl ranch fenced and DUPLEX. CB 800 ... (t. each 888-7818 Malcolm ?1ioao.FOIIBSTIRr.MSNT HOMES BY I uupwt 110.1040.KEN .
..r... MU -a41l. Oil I R C. Lei. Dick'I Posit.. loll .I meet for Mlored pr. 1.roe* '..004. Corral Sad I 1.54100 .
Id 100* location will carry : : bom slUm
Cant Charle* Street. art Main, ptiooe MV 8-8I3J. ale. North LlnoalB and Wwt 7tbMU .ahulc. *" per aora. 80 acre. ..or'...*. Owner 681-1_. IlIco..*. ....... Thra. bodoolDIon. FHA MANAGER HARRIS
only 88800 (1800 ...... MO 55.1.70: LalLAnJ
CONOITIONEO efflcwncy. 2..6 WIBIUt_ le. two 18.184.MODUIN I i* and
k.drom.C5POPO. tame
8* head at cattle only 4AOOOO HOME.INOOMB:. ProMrlr for *alBy .. loIs apartment tw*: .. FLORIDoAVa.. 554-3112 I Realtor tichanior LICk
DI..1e piuo near Butchlnion i I ,1. Adlilte, .0 pete. THRIB room *.*.klo I 3._ aoree. four mile from Cy. .ooo,. 717 M. Term. AvosuS. Boutbilde Owner paid '12.. $100 DOWN IMf .. Florida A..,
doll Court.. 410 Morltt Florida I 104 Jubila. trailer ISO. 488- OOP. Slab. an ,fl.i Call 888.14
too?. kitchen full batb. iround floor. .,... oardina 0.'. 111.....' rlv room bolos wIth. Florid 6-1111
A tnueOVELY Near auper maik$. dowBtow4dult front**., only 1780 per aer*. see room and two fcodroom AIM, fyI I CUTB TWO b.lrom CB on .
: Cubs la on* er two I LEAN. FOUR room duple. lar*. *. B81S411MODERN 0. O. Let* w R, L. oardaerDloki ,four room apartment and doi. aria .lot. Two block \Vnt Cn. Mtny choice home In all I...
boor Mm.. carport M. pot. 417toutb I poreh aonetnlent 10.0110555*. TWO kedroom duplt PoolS. toil Bt ....... bio *. Oood Pint Fd>raR :I tOol A..nu. School. 17800, 4* I ONLY $100 DOWNI Ion*. CompUtaly redecorate'
Lak. dull*. H3-OJ1. 1602 Boon. Near lIons and ecbooL Ill I Phon MU 88113.PAITVRB : I a "I.a : for fInanclni. Ca4417l I O I. merlaata. J-U7li: Monthly parminte ae low .a* U'
office aU
t atop br
IICB APARTMIMT Slid floor.1arU10 Flail.Two. month Sea ..... lilt South LAND 400 < af tor 0 P.m. THRU BtDROOrf, two bath CS I I.Io0. 1100 dowa will put you $a a ...Iaoooory 311 N. Mae our*. Ac*. of Laktlan
kitchen .bo.... a* polo BKOROOM .1..lrt. klUh .. :... rood coU. com Maker. aere ... .J60 do... M11 I-Tto.I home balanc monthJyor .
Adult. 1801 South Florida Ass: ..a, 118 monto. .....3Ue wetk- ennlcleara 141 Wolerfrent Properly alto 330 .. ...
oornor apartment. -, *. Near Plant 01&.. Only I will rent .* yearly bal*. WU T. R. TUCKER Jr.
.... dais after 8. all day Satwda S* .. lectrlo ..11ch"'j lico per 8re Term II* down POUR BKOROOM Ir.... hom. ID Ham T. Fiueella, MU 1-8133 *rMU fIND! I1'.MSI
Hau: ROOMS. air conditioned. sod SundayCOTTAOS. dulte. na -"'". No lard- - U_ Sec I U Oardner R. o. toll or. SACRIFICB 0.0. Wfcla. Dliiiland Only 1400 Dowamenl 1'... .
IU. katb nleolv furalihtd, 104$ tit Oeceola. Deelrebl*' 21 Cbarl04. Ray f. tel a* COrks Realty,. 43840 kedroom BOM! toa. 1800 DrIes by 111Hnoock W..I ...,.
Bouh __ Phono M3-4514 (or aooplo only. Quiet aelcbbor- CENTRAL AIR eondltlonlni Sad 1011 EMI Main. .....0. 8888133flVB : boa**. aTMO Cub or UTWJ" tIlls call MO S-tJll to MU 8-7173

POUH ROOMS Ind floorurauhtd Will :hood.. Near bu.and ....r... _... ....'1".. 14 13 Urlni room twobedroomi. I ACRE tract. 82* .0... 811onIn. .Lara.. laps.lot. from croom loot.A*".0-11.art .ak 100 10.14.. ) PHA Ana Property ManaiarVA
once 8851208.SMALt.
U.ht. OIr,. Ttrl fl." .. .. kltch.a. with ballII.r. . Mel Rady Realtor. ill ldraway.. I mtlei Ports M avii POTLBa COTTAOl eomptote.. Are Property Manaaer In the Want Ada I Home,
aUllle 718 Park .
MilO I
reen Memcrlal I. sod
... 111 South Iowa. POUR .00" sod 1t.1bhom. Bld_ MU 84107.OROVB 301. Wood and watorl attraouvely furnlihedQuUt
.. Near fowl. saIl UU 50133UPLLZ ioU K. Button. 881-88I2 >..*. iual ot Only U100
l'; BLOCKS from aolleii. t.ivali _1183. LAND SO acre. PI a. 100 PT. "' _.1'00" M mil. cool lotS Riolty. M44031TO $9200 car, builneui or loat dog
room. kitchen with dlnlni ) THRKB rom and k*"hLUhte and ..... Beautiful huh. land rf Laltland an LabS Hawhlneba.Lal .
bedraom. both Call MU .062' and water furaUbed MOlontn. LOWER FLAT tour room. H. warm 00.1*.. !Lakelaa fins **adr lot for .01. at 1._. HHI li MOVB on* .to,. auu.. 2943 OXFORD ST. . Classified acU fill
ar MU *->J 4. I Corner Lake A.... children no peu Ut Boutn Ml.. toIL Price |1SO par aer*. T_. sod dry. Can to by boat to It... R*.lly oontrtd to fimily '" KEEP YOURSERVICE
______ tourt. apply 3J. Soath Mlourt It* "0. 0. R. u d one*. Make oflir Ml: Cut
and Roe MU I-MM OerdnerR. ainnM M MImL a** B. a Loll. : Main .0.bII. would' k. prOUd to owe your need, took la the
kDWCOP.ATIDTWO bodrooraurnutird .OMF0RTAB1.L CLIAN. "'rotbodoom. O. Lei er Ray K. lots at R ... oardntr B 0.. Silo lIP nod BRICK TWO Bedroom two lot:- a bom OB bit .".... II I Ia .uiklady
Saran apartment D.. .. CblllII .ne 5815.4I 39 Uifurnltbttf Nooses Dick* "" .11.. 1011 Ext MalaI ..... at Dirl's Posit. loll RaIl I l fruit tre, VVMtelde. prl.IX and convenient to iso,.. classified section I3OWI"dTLAILIPtO I
outn Florida AnnuL. .Air tooItionod .10"I Coo as 4.50. lit ...Ib.I '"0' 8188131COMUM Main .>. Fbono MU .-.I3J. c t : Ii r h aorlIlpi, 56150, TOIl bom 1* clear a* 5plo.
ouloMd . Watwurnuhtd I P 503.734
MENBUSY U well maintained. Can beluahl
MO Call 8n-I231. ALSO PARTLY furnlehed I and MAMO lota Bardln.Comae .- '"
adult. Pbono THRKB bsfiib I bedro.& Ml Rudy R..ju>r. Road. 70B13S City water ISI Real louts IichangoAVB :5 ROOM oak floon. H' UilniKMB. on lacallent term. RO-
I6t3. ROOM and 817 .*.. M.monl BIT,*. .*.. and lactrlclty. It,4M. ....*. rreniKl porch eulild 1114.
Five ROOMS porc\>'". lar.* rardw electiM HUihen. PbS ...tIa: 4147UNFURNI8HEO. Lee for CMP 8814173 .O. 8*. ty. 17too Owner' Ml ujjlj7
2220w Laaler Street. Bear FubllibouM II HOUif: '..000 OOUlty GILLETTE
.. ipboUUnr avlamaua .a>nr ;WiiiJR NpAI.'IWit ;;; : hOWARD DIsPLAY'OP
.... Inquire IH4 LanlerTHHF.I ODPLEX I 5.4..0gm. CHO1CB BOTLDINO'. 10' ..d. for turn raluedt pay.ml
. ISO 741 RlHtlln. WO 1-3061 8 Will any $, "' 178 monia. Tliro. b..<. RKALTOK LMLAII
ROOM ollie.... Silo ,,,po,,, | kloek acbool. 148, dlrortly behin 340 Clere- a '1.100.03'' ar 8IH-O331 OB: .. leb.D. 13o ClaytonioUBB ;
*y '. i;winj:: W WALNUT AT FLORIDA
TWO 1t00M. Quirk .1.45.pr.usd Carolina.W71 land Beunl I
,,_. Clean oathiat*. iSO tilt BI." Cell MV *
>t and ,. II*
1 bodroom
1100.. all .Ioelrll. .terraml.b. er 81408 0811 MU -378. PHONE MU 2-4179
Cr075.0.. 506.0323.TWOfIICI bidroWcB
FOR .1..
... w..11oW < apartmnt In Jaronrtll for : 1 APlUIA
5055 roleD bo.. Kl*. MODERN tw* _roam .,.. TAMPA HIGHWAY 140'oISot..o- sImIlar propirty la Lklnd' 1 H b.lb. I."" .. III bark yard,
1..81. North II* North*. .11 Lake OoUeaRule lOt- pl.., oieetrw 1U1e...... 8340 ar on' ......lmoOI. 1100 John UOoo rani. Call M8-iwa for I i.IOM IlChadLahoPPIiJ.nl.row with dally ad in "Burt- COST BUILDER
i HRKI ROOMS and bath tlr 6.J..IiOI. I Bro..... .
178 Clark ....t.. 480-401I 114 w. Mln (88. mrornatlonTRADK8I -1431. .5.
iuria&iiuL Dell Service D1 rectory"n $21,500
KorU4, olcolr' .103. 8N
CLEAN TWO bedroom dupleii \'oii w. ...._. i
*41 WB o DOWN
4 fan Off atrott parkin I FOR THB dUerlmlnatlni Iwo 5. papoinsti. 'fl.hlup
Cvwb.rlaa.d. .. iloeeu. cloeo t* atore. *19OKOOI sIll Call u* today: KMI narria.. 1 41115, Th so b.dron. ;,Oroorl. C. I dint/led Call today WIUo' tell at lui* 8-8 room hamee. loulbeld : j
ft.aItor.Fonhao.nr005-3151. <,, thre bedraom t.ob.lb.
t 1 Halt,
Innulre tat Palmetto uroioh.d.uoforohop bIOS A.....
1.LOCIt.. from eolloM. Two 8180-817*. Clark a..."' 88-4031 Robinson Pines ? j Ibom. lr..l. 000.5114 air conditioned bom In
WO BEDROOM CB houe. Newdeoorated RAOB Y tjR"-"ilaLo;; _*i.. bod_.... Ilirlnf room. 4mb.pool. TWO (TORY. eyen room air i for on. In Orlando Call 0 II"| DEPOSIT 18780 8oIlibsld. P0*. 30 plato or aa. S. 50011 1040.0186
.. larto kl"'''''. tcrwn porob conditioned. rcdMoralc bam rnUbed.P 880 thronibout month. 1141 Water Katb ....3163. .... 501101," I JO &0. 3 13* ....odo""Dr_. Combee .urn. preeent liortiM. Coot Brown
and kath Ptaon MT .-Ml* OT1U Juit outild city limit Three Iota 1888-8811 All elty SIblltl... I UI ). Thr. bedroom. CD, r.r appolatmnt pbon L, 1. Ri*.
1-.311I. bedroom. TT. <.. room ecreened a Road Call I8IM1I7 eed *treel*. Lerie It'8108* IUIII 152 Reel Eliot Wonted b all,. hardwood loon ..I..Itt.'. 686.0429 Csr. Trucki
1X381 IK. loOp _Pt04. Kotlr porch larai. 8100 SMI"', MALL BOU8E four ..U.. out .hod. UM. 4 block wotif ft_" 01i, 88 .878* nllht. "
ultltalr. two bedroom aerocaporcb Phone MU 8-1384 DudO City Hlibwar. II* ...... Wabaen. on Blihland St. Call '' ." "

parkin 107 Cut M.inoa THRU ROOM, ".Ib. Dot..... nOarden 88J-I74I T R. Tucktr Jr. Realtor Sao7171 .. CLASSbFlcDThii' C"AIII"'IO' DIPLAV CLA"IPI(6 DISPLAY
or top by 111 B. Ifi ... LIST YOURPROPERTY -- -----
Street. Hear fcoepllcU ODIRN TWO bedroom danlea ..i Tucker Bullalni.
Waists* dulaoc to liar. MU Klteben appllaneM and waterfurnlehed I. *
4-1M1 MU 1-3810 WITH US '' r VP

812.YOU'll CONVENIENT.. .DOWNTOWN Urlni bedroom ..... tal THREE BEDROOM. *an" rt. Cry. ookini l5AOT1PUiitOM85rr$0.....* 01....... Water.p.'.',-. Tf 'Shorty'" .*n"t BBLL It, BORN, ;
1 .. for edult room Lak Area Clean. Call MU I0'181. od ...._ lak aeoau. Prlval IT DOWN" H, L. UUiortyl Pilmr .
? electric kltcheo bUl 401 bo.1 kaeln. ramp 8818407ON P..., .., LMLA. 204 .. TB.HO .,
South Tennee*** A.enueXTRA PlO WZO5LYrouIo sod p.. A.....*. Pbon MO 1-4171

NICE two bedroom .* Irtoorator fur.bab.d 11 'Ir. Well ICON$4611.wIlls Medulla nnfln ::;; (Meat t* *. TOBB .,a. ParklniUU :

plel. 8M AIM arnUhed three 131 ....IItto. Phone MU a-487*. Pt Wllll.roi. 500.13.14.LAICSYRONTPII001NTV. I \

t oom 00""" *. .... dark Realty TWO BEDROOM bou. with Flara SISir.

8a84011BHDHOOMS.. room Cloa t. ......... and ba. .. bit Polk 4tLy. WB OaT rMUltal ....d UatUM
AGREE[[ 3 ute clto. line. 880 moatn At *I41 MoBUIIP. w. a. wifllem.. (88-11I. too aal. rtnlal Not Rudy >al.lor .
reened porcbe* euwllenl fleuUide . 641-4m for key 1MY logS Memorial. CM-4107.';
loratloa. Renua an n *l 145 Batlntsi
T>< 3-31 3_ ua Mod. CBm I I
bo *. BIO yard ....., opUes.
that the Ledger Wtot Mi ii ODERN TWO fcadroom dIllot.slirl .a*. Clark Realty. 888-4031 COMMER C I A L.
,....1.. ... .00 I. ..1. new
Low...... *.. CLBAf! kedroom indutnil 158. sIb.* *u wee. Mel usa AlAi
dl.trle.dlllll. TWO CB BOOM IfDCfffCUMHtD tu
Rdr, Realtor, 117 a Menu .. t.a'la..
will sell your unused 0*84COTTAOE. trtf$STM"*' tours Dice Call llvd.0l5-4l51._ I .. ....

houiehoW Item fast. NEAR Boll Cnek. 448 ADS
ear round adult only. "leo Mwuio INDUSTRIAL-.. pwrBlniatly TRACT *4jolneCraft 1* These Sold This Month
Clieck your borne now s Ro..to.U '. Aer* Bishw.y. 1410.0.4. 840,BOO Cars "MUST" Be !

bAEEPRONT FURNIBHED boueeLUhu John /. BrID._ ReeJtae 8484101 -
then can MU -I1S1 to and .. .,. Children ae. DESIGNED FOR : - Was NOW
........ Can after * ... weekden _'
place a buycr-gettiDf ad. MU 8-2330 S. FLA. AVE.FRONTAGE '62 Pontiac Catalina. Automatic, power steering, $*| OO C

MU 8-11J1 SOLVING PROBLEMS. I SILL YOUR CAR brakes, air conditioning $2345 IO7af

TWO',140" ..... Larn bark Kneadporch. I M ft-<*flni .... hi 1800 blarkprlc WI PAT TOP PRICES FOR '61 S.don. Radio, heater, automatic, $1 tA O C

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WASHINGTON REPORT Wednesday, April 22, 1114 MIAMI BEACH (AP) Mrs Milton BerlcConvalescing
I to
Sol Sflvermu found birthday We've Moved. .

Remember The Name 3 Car CrashBlamed On Bee her greetings morning from newspaper.her husband in I 118 W. LelltH St.

"140111,.." said an ad in the HOLLYWOOD (AP) Milton
Charles H. ., Berle it convalescing at his Hoi LANIERY
PercyBy ATLANTA (Ja. (AP-An automobile Miami Herald, 'heartiest congratulations -
accident in which six: to you on your lywood home today after treat- UPSHAWlNC.
--- -------- persons were Injured was.. birthday. May Cod grant you ment for a bleeding ulcer.. I II
FULTON LEWIS JR. William P. Bundy, recently !blamed on a bee many, many more" I The' 55-year-old comedian was Cempfefe insurance Service
the reason for the unusual -
WASHINGTON-Remember named Assistant Secretary of Traffic Investigator J. N. Anderson .' birthday card, Silvennan released Tuesday after seven t Phone 685-2113
the name Charles Harting Per. 'in Cedars.of Lebanon Hos
State for Far days -
Eastern Affairs, said a driver had stopped said: "I,, love my wife that's
cy.The chances are perhaps contributed $400 to the Alger on Atlanta's expressway when a aU." pltaL :I Customer
four or eight yean from now Hiss Defense Fund . A staff bee flew into the vehicle. He . I Forking From
Chuck Percy member of the Warren commission said another car had swerved to RE-ELECT Missouri Avenue
will be a can. :'' "'-r.l\: \ probing the assassination miss the first car and crashed ,"- ._ Entrance.
didate for the 1ll 1 of John Kennedy signedhis head on into a third automobile $8ELL YB'OO.NE,
nation's highest! r;< name last week to a full- Anderson said the first driver
office. I i.J 1tJt; page ad sponsored by the said she had stopped becauseshe ,School ,SuperintendentYOUR Visit 'Us In Our New Offices
The Percy ; Emergency Civil Liberties didn't want to cause an ac-
story tends Uke,<1 "I'-' Committee cident. r.;:" r.'l:': c ,.,;: ...r :::. ;rl"t'.. '; ';

something out]
of Horatfo AI ERMrn rrti.n
ger: a child the Dftprtsstoa;! do-it-yourself control oltormitos.
the founder" Compounded to
while sun at LEWISschool riw.SAVE. formula approved for use
of a In government housing,
business that grossed $150,000a '' :Tffiv.r.: .: v: 'V' One OftUppUCIUonWW
year; director of a major trolt.naJt..five years er
corporation at 23, chairman of longer. 16.75 r"T'eIOM
the board six years later. '
Until a week ago when Per .. $5." SI%. \ t
cy captured a Republican primary Our Low 349Price
and won his party's Super AytinalVitlllluMlllfl'als / . . .
for Governor, few
nomination PRESCRIPTION U 116 S.Ky.
outside Illinois had ever heardof CHLORDANE FOOD
the handsome, young (44) 26enh' 'tn .!* l ll r, Aye. ., DUST .LAWN .... .us.
:Bell and Howell boy wonder far she ufe n*. 48 = 9ir11rt9Y. +11K AU ...InrdlPl1-..ItritIonallntw 4 round leg mmt s.. KIM r.: e.lwt'". II.ww.
whose goal, friends and foes _.. H SCOTIM erf iw CM* h Ye*
agree is the White House. r --- 10% 5%

But Percy now moves on the 'Grade A 6939 I NOW 156_

national scene and in coming A QvoflfyAluminum teiMe large FRESH EGGS Boren..................... 390
months he will become known ""'
throughout the land.An Image, Webbed If you Inset .11 .. why ,., blah prlcsr Roach Spray 76ro
somewhat blurred, will become a .oklnl' .
sharpened In the slam- FOLDING CIGARETTES : Regular' ........................ 2"corto.. Professional S.75 lilt .Fonnul..11... '_III. Big
bang campaign he has promised -

s Otto to Kerner wage,against a Democrat.Governor 's a CHAIR 1/'; BAN Rea': DEODORANT............."........ 59'I NOW ,,298 69

t Percy's primary victory over 9g

an avowed Goldwater supporter $3.66 "Pacer" Model. for ; ASPIRIN 8100; .................................................... 9 I... 49.
has been intercepted in CORNING'ALARM

I the some Republican circlet as Left.a victory Percy,for its CLOCK "onfvMud. dr "'"' t13:s COPPERTONE Lois: nnor: 011.................... 89 ValelinePetroleum JellyQulctt
pointed out, consistently refused M lest far lawn, pale! .... .
rail* /nm e. M ld%
to endorse Goldwater Ivory finish mete! Sturdy liehrw.iykr .lumleum After s .hapwit*, tft rMti toamlil
(although he said there was no koywomtd 219 bucket 61.11.type ,...comfod.bl.! end wid. 19c AQUA VELlA n ........................ 48
one be preferred to the Senator "W' high. HOW 34

Much). was made of the fact s9;;:. ALKA SELTZER 25' ...................... 390 \' 3Yl-0S.

'! that Percy was until last HOUSECLEANING! SPECIALS .

i year a board member of David ;;: PAPER TOWELS .................. 2 'er 30 Helps to Ghre f erf e t
Rockefeller's Chase Manhattan FIt aid Comfort . ele i ie

ought to Bank link and him with opponents"big- DROP 88 PAINT :45c.KOTEXI's;: ...................................................... 29 EZO Cushions cusNiow
I money Eastern International- CLOTHS

ists"The facts would Indicate Nr; .": ROLLER TRAY SET I 29c SUN PAC Bagdewdde..................... 5 For 100 For For Denttrrts 59
Ill Pill N.w upponwrlowort.
that received considerable
Percy 1
"V Flat u4 fuck 4

Goldwater.support from Gen those Robert pushing 49* hlndy.w.t. ptuntl.,. 66ii 1,11liii ;,9; MAALOX Liquid ............................................ 89 -. .
Wood was a key backer. So New cal"? PRO'.ROFILE"
a, was Bill Rentschler the)tuth- ) 330';; ALUMINUM FOIL 12"x2S,2 For 49 New!
ful Goldwater leader. Former
Rep.Tim Sheehan, a solid conservative I ';m TOOTH BRUSH
ue: BOBBY \
was Percy's cam GLASS i PINS al. Container ................19 _... 19.
paign manager in the Chicago CLEANER
If's I tooth di.p.d to

area.Goldwater and Percy as a :. e M y Cires dirt win ..W.rime.e 11. ITJkTool :;:" TOBACCO POUCHES c'L.;: .... .31098c \ \teat With gun ::your. 73c

matter of face, each polled Ilf" .4 1 caging IcI..Tipl
about 65 cent of the statewide ; ; ANTISEPTIC
I vote per 47 :: :OteSiWaf.: ........................... 66
Percy will have a tough .;;< "9- laxative '; Yimmia'6' MlnII..Ite4

fight on his hands unseating W.. for 3.50 MET AMUCII; ............................... 2Ia. Reducing
a Kerner. a good-looking former -taf Way' The Spray DuitlniJohnson's AYDS

t I Judge. Kerner won the Governorship PLEDGE Sale .. BATH SOAP Luxury 2 ........ Candy. .......
by more than half a gamma The tl.t MM rwtO
Spray Paint App!. PI.a for ,... ,. ."_1.","" ..er..re_,
million votes in I960, trouncing fw wu.d kuuty lniUnll d
incumbent William Strat- I I as rear N. r.bilnul Over 50 items to chooto from! 30 Day Supply
Ne brushing, R.g. 9I< TEA
ton (recently Indicted on Pipe wri eh, f) jM :;: BAGSoo;:; ............................................ 390
Income tax evasion). While his mixing er 69c Cutting plior W V 99
.1.1 ,$ '". 1.49 99 2
performance has been lacklustre a1 bench vine &: $3.00 Value Reg
Kerner can count on a superhuman Seller to many moro/ Holland Canned HAM 2 Lbs. ........... . . ..... .. 179 3.25
effort by the thousands
of patronage workers
who make up Daley's Chicago 24 InchBRAZIER _
* M** A >SK
% h
i machine. e .,..,.. Hoiptt. -
Percy has promised to make When Fenu'eBfRise PromoteMorlNormal
the skyrocketing costs of state ,Relax'with ) I9AfEA' '
government a central campaign 1 Fk r ,:w"' Rogulortty --,;
.. With I wiUM U.L.nwtoriHri .an v.d
theme. He has vowed to ALVA.Tranquil- Enoi YewCondip.tion '- . ..
slash the state payroll and put ; ,WUUnnL a end ,& .<.-wh.....LanIf IMiusUkl send. --It
Illinois. on a. business-like basis ;: x.inrittisl=. = WomotlSERUTAN ..C.mNro hrwn* .er crM 1.10.y with. Hindi**.

The Illinois race will be the TABLETS
most publicized state-wide contest ESOTERICA .
in the country. A Percy ,, a". 1.49 888 General Electric
Helps AJ vogotoblo $Joi- BRACE
victory coupled with the defeat Medicated Skin Cream
of the GOP Presidential -n_,"foitor,. 98 tine .id! In 20" 3-Speed PortableWINDOW BELT
fades oat weathered, Q Nen1_ CLEARASIL
candidate would make him a hrowa oaotpofi.3maittM 3-on., .45 moro.ff.otiv.l or powder form.7ounco .11II1'119 FAN -".. SUPPORTER
leading contender for the 1968 ttpftl ,.,,, habit'fomln9l, l in*.,.. :::m asn.w -II".''::M aN .rturw, 5.44.Cant. ..
_"l.s w mm 1"1.1
Republican Presidential nomi- WilkinsonStainless us Y IM 1.-
nation. A Percy victory coupled .- H c
." Nw 1 19' '-
with the defeat of Reg.79c. 6 5
Lyndon % .. NowrM 4.95
Johnson, would mean only Special I u.s For Sumnor Fun Blades c_ our e.m".M _..
that he would have to set his ;, 1C Piece
sights on 1)72 SPINCASTWGOUTFIT 1 Adults Safety _pin..IIiM, INN '.dln u.e.Wdlh,. Prk. or .. ft.e rd T,.m,T4l"rim.l-arn Xllfekh.CV.W W..aw,M*J:...seree
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