Title: Lakeland Ledger
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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 23, 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: VID00127
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Parlly doudy and warts, LAKELAND r ER FINAL I


Hundreds Of U. S. Jets Within Reach Of Cuba I

WASHINGTON (AP) foun- President Johnson, the State Pentagon sources said no precautionary graphic coverage of all of Cuba
t dreds of U.S. Jet fighter bomb Department and other U.S. official alerts have been cr- by high altitude planes at least
era and attack planes each and unofficial sources have dered once a week

capable of hurling tons of explosives been warning Cuba of possible The most probable form of retaliation In addition to bombs, both
are poised within serious consequences if Fidel observers believe.l Air Force and Navy Jets are
Striking reach of Cuba a check Castro follows through on his would be a swift blow to knock armed with Bullpup missiles.
disclosed today. threat to shoot down American out one or more of the Cuban The Bullpups with warheads
F 'v A significant force of these
v reconnaissance '
planes antiaircraft missile complexes
.up to 1,000 pounds of high explosive
high speed, powerfully armed These US warnings have Almost certainly it would be are considered extremely
,+ r U.S. Jets could be over carefully been prompted by a belief that a high explosive attack although accurate against tar-
LI pinpointed Cuban antiaircraft the Soviets may be about to turn all the US jets are gets such as the Cuban missile
missile batteries within minutesof over to the Cubans 24 complexesof capable of nuclear warfare, sites. Navy attack planes and
any order to go SA2 antiaircraft missiles Coming in low under radar, fighters mount missiles designed -
Some of them are posted at It was such a missile, able 'to the American fighter bombers for barrage bombardmentof
Air Force and Navy bases In reach 80,000 feet, that downed and attack jets could hit fast ground targets.
florida. Others are aboard two a high altitude U.S. U2 reconnaissance and hard before the defenses The Air Force hat one wing of
big aircraft carriers now in the plane over Cuba at could react sources said

Mayport, Fta, area. the peak of the 1962 crisis The United States gets photo- (Turn to Page I. 'Column 5)
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L Compromise AgreementEnds


i/A Three Litfle Sunbathers_ r Rail Strike ThreatCourt

Fully' ottttpH{ with ..".1....., t.lI. teat drink* end) _.thi"g t s, road, tktM <.TMr-oM
,..."...." tak.. o.N..t.|. of the tummor lid. ....th.. ot $.....". G.. Left .. rifklt fount Cook, JohnsQnTells
Koy Smrtk turf M.',... Compboll AP Wirtphotol' vlAe



and take agreement has ended
the threat ota nationwide railroad .
strike, with President
Johnson a victor in the toughest
Karl Sees DistrictingAs domestic. test of his administration -

I A few hours after the agreement

was reached. two dissident -
Key To ProblemsBy union officials threatenedto
strike part of the New YorCentral

Railroad.: But* source

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS many laws needed to' help the toward repeal) of the automobile. invoivru in me negotiations. In;, . : '>>
Solving the reapportionment majority of the state'a*.cititem license tag increase Washington discounted the pos '.,
problem will solve other problems was inconceivable. t < In his hooftw towj of West ilbillty/ 'that, the threat. would be lMp :til' '.

,- such' as better education In addition he said, lhe id Palnr Beach Ijred 0, Dickinson c dated \) ::\?\.
.v and elimination of 'retail milk largest"counties, with roughly attacked toys Farri'| Bryant far I Johnoont obviously .: :

price controls, ReP. Fred Karl 70 per cent ol the state population supporting the auto tag Increase' television cal1\4ris "' .".' ...'.
f ofVoUr.SCounty said In pres.> had less than 20( per cent saying i*'was a burden to the Wednesday night to announce .. '. .'.!.J; ".
',-* ftfmt?: ldacy for the Demolition of the vote power "How can we people. <, !settlement of. the )Jonj&.ilghl
0 .1 complex dispute-1+* little 1
cr for expect to get the things they ore
a governor will do everything In my than 48 hours t
,,.: Lafore a Miami need most when we haven't i power if elected governor," he uled strike threatened a iched
to tie tilenation'
.,M .,frce of 500 women even given them fair represen promised, "to roll back the tag
.. r t! Karl said most people tatlon?"' he asked cost to what it wu before the economy In knots!
"Vie wed the reapportionment Karl repeated his pledge to 1963 session of the Legislature Details UnknownThe /W: ;".;

issue as purely political. call the Legislature into session Everywhere I go, there is strong agreement In effect ,
"But. In reality+," he said, i Immediately upon taking officeto Feeling by the people again union members financial gain give ......
fair apportionment-giving bet work on apportionment. ,this increase I In exchange for letting the railroads I
ter representation to populous Campaigning in Eustis, Sen. I Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville reduce employment. Just
are.will the of mean type
in how
campaigning Fort many jobs will l be affected
legislature which will give ser- 'ed his promises to hold down
Lauderdale needled Dickinson. or how much money the railroads .
ious consideration to the problems 'big spending in government to ''
I have read that Dickinson
just may save won't be known
of a majority of the peop- :'stand firm against sales taxes says he will rush off to for some time after the genera
pie. I Washington after the campaign agreement is translated Into
Forecasts Results 'against severance taxes on timber II
This means things like better 1 and minerals and to work (Turn to Page 6, Column 1) In herding union end rlvoU Isle polico 11I,.. two ci.11 4monrtr.ton from th. Now wen prototrinf, whit Ikoy toy oro clvlt' / rlf lifs 'Injuitlcoi in, the ttoto

education elimination of retail gement negotiators successfully man. York lease ,nm.* .* the New Y.rk WoiM File iftf .'.......".. sad 1 Now York City Otkor police, lock-Toy"1, keep ipoctoUn .t e
milk price controls and the dally through 11 days of emergency ten block' **' or ..... I". .."."C. t. tko bulldiftf. The Jomonttrotorf are .,.t..c.. (IAp WlropholoC

bread-and-butter things which. White House talks, Johnson
mean the most to all of us. Court Rules Nixon stamped his brand indelibly on
As long as the five largest U.S. labor history and achieved Talks To End \
Hundreds Demonstrate
counties In Florida have only 14 what two former presidents
per cent of the representation In
Congress the courts and five
the Senate, he said passsga of Off Florida Ballot years of bargaining had failed Laos CrisisContinue

) * ::1 to"This accomplish agreement prevents At World Fair Opening :\

Rally TonightAt TALLAHASSEE -Former eral advised that the form o we hope for all time-a crippling ,
Vice President Richard Nix- the slate could not be changed and disastrous strike in
AuburndaleAUBURNDALE on's name will not appear on since the qualifying period had the railroad Industry," Johnson VIENTIANE, Laos (AP-
the Florida presidential primary ended said.Negotiators Negotiations to end the five-day- NEW YORK (APHundredsof Some stayed In jail unable or Opening day attendance was
The Polk ballot as the choice of a Battaglia contended that for the five unions old Laotian crisis continued today civil rights demonstrators unwilling to post ball 92646, about a third of what
County political spotlight will Republican slate of delegates Nixon waived his rights to privacy whose members run the after neutralist Premier marched chanted lay down There were a few bloodied had been ,expected. Officials
shine on the Auburndale municipal The Florida Supreme Court as a public figure and because trains and spokesmen for near' Souvanna Phouma returned and resisted police ss the New I heads, but no serious Injuries blamed the rain and demonstrations
stadium the scene of dismissed today the petition of he consented to having ly 200 railroads expressed general from the royal capital of Luang York World Fair opened in a''One of the 5,000 city and private .
tonight's democratic rally. Anthony Battaglia, St. Petersburg his name on the Oregon presidential satisfaction/ at the outcome 'rabang with the renewed support chilling rain Wednesday. policemen on duty ssld the dem Chanting 'freedom freedom"
Candidates in the sponsorIng lawyer and GOP national primary ballot Ends Threat of King Savang Vathana More than 300 demonstrators, onitrators were treated "with demonstrators nearly drownedout I
Polk County Democratic committeeman, which In addition Battaglia said Rebel rightist military leaders both Negro and white and some kid gloves." one of President Johnson's
Executive Committee GroupII sought to force Nixon's nameon the delegates were qualifiedfor The agreement ended the still controlled Vientiane asa from distant states, were "We had Instructions from two speeches, and they sat down
speaking division are scheduled the ballot against his wishes public office and there was threat of a scheduled strike atone result of their coup Sunday, dragged Into policevsns, hauledoff our captains to go easy1said through the national anthem.
to talk' beginning at 7:30: no provision under Florida law minute after midnight Friday but a member of the revolution to a wire.fence stockade Lt Robert Como leader of one 2 Pavilions Closed
Battaglia argued that Florida for the removal of tjielr names night Johnson had estimated all junta said It had urged Sou and thence to court. detail
p.m.The Band Patron's Association Secretary of State Tom from the ballot. a strike would have Idled 7 vanna to try to form a new They forced temporary closing ,
of the Auburndale high Adams denied the constitutional The supreme court denied minion American workers, endangered coalition government. of at least two of the mod.

school will sponsor a barbecue rights of the delegates whenhe Battaglia an order that would the health conditionsand As he returned from Luang General Says Missiles ernlstlc commercial pavilions.
beef supper at the stadium removed the slate from the have Instructed the secretaryof virtually paralyzed the rabang, 120 miles north ,of A much.heralded auto .'..talJin" *
beginning at 5 p.m., and a ballot at Nixon's request. state to restore Nixon'sname economy. Vientiane, Prince Souvanna, to create a huge traffic jam
concert by the school's band Mad Request to the ballot. The court Johnson gave due credit to aid: "We are continuing to lookfor : Reliable'Despite Flops around the fair site in Queen
from 1:30: p.m. until 7:15 p.m. said i It would file an opinion the five federal negotiators, a reasonable resolution to. did not develop Traffic was
Nixon said he did not wantto "
Speaking at tonight's rally setting forth its untangle the crisis. only 25 cent of normal and
reasons later. (Turn to Page C, Column I) per
will be candidates for constable participate in presidential r Gen. Amkha Souvanna's, CAPE KENNEDY (AP) -. factor depending on state of the moved better than usual said
and peace justice (in primaries. The secretary of chief military adviser confer Maj. Gen. W. A. Davis, com art, costs etc." Traffic Commissioner Henry
this district) and criminal state acted on an attorney gen red with the rightist leaders, mander of the Air Force Ballistic Davis Indicated the great number Barnrs
court clerk circuit court clerk. eral's opinion that Nixon's Orders CaliforniaTo ,but there was no word of what Systems Division says U. S of missiles the United States
tax assessor, supervisor of right of privacy should be respected war ..ald.I long range missiles are reliable has deployed with hundreds Among those arrested was
James Farmer national director
registration, tax collector and I U.S. Ambassador Leonard of least 13 sufficient ,
Halt Plans despite a string at more to come are to
For Election of the Congress of Racial
sheriff Battaglia filed the slate of U ngcr planned another..meeting l Atlas failures last year. do the job. The Defense Depart- Equality which planned the
delegates with himself as with souvanna today, The united ment disclosed last week the nation .
I Davis, here to address a space demonstrations; inside the fair
chairman saying it was a SACRAMENTO. States has thrown its support jumped into the missile has more than 900 strategic
(AP- big a State Supreme Court decision congress grounds and suspended its
draft Nixon effort. He
consent ,
behind the prince in an effort to missiles station
Word from Washington which denied him a placeon reliability controversy on Brooklyn chapter for planningthe
ed to the removal of .Nixon's legal
the breakdown of the .
prevent Wednesday on the side of Defense Asked about the Atlas failuresat "
[ 1 and the Republican presidential "stall-In.
4B tl name only it the slate could medical threw California'spolitical ballot 1962 Geneva agreement neutral, Secretary Robert S. MeNamara Vandenberg Air Force Base
the ballot Farmer said the demonstrations
remain on un-
pledged campaign Into quiet The onetime Minnesota governor Icing the Southeast Asian I Calif., Davis replied that they were Intended to point up
turmoil today. nation. McNamara and Arizona Sen. caused concern but that the
seeks to join Sen. Barry
But the Florida attorney gen the contrast "between the glitter
Page All preparations for the June Goldwater and Gov. Nelson A Barry Goldwater Republican problems are being corrected' and the fantasy of the
2 presidential primary came to Rockefeller In competition for presidential aspirant recently with encouraging results World Fair and the real worldof
Amusements .......... 36 Hearing Slated-I a complete halt by order of California's M votes at the Ref Four AdditionalFilm clashed over missile reliability. Strategic Air Command (SAC) discrimination."
Business Newt ........11 Justice William O Douglas o publican National Convention. Goldwater claimed America's s crews launch Atlases atBanden-,

Bridge ....... ............... 21 On the Supreme Court. Stassen needed 13,702 signs Libraries ICBMs are not reliable enoughto berg on performance and trainIng March Leader Arrested
And Sen. Clair Engle returnto lures of registered voters to justify abandonment of any flights after the missiles Also arrested was Bayard
Puzzle .. 37
Crossword BATON ROUGE, La (AP) the hospital revived speculation qualify. Only some 9000 were new manned bombers have been deployed at operational Rustm. a leader of last ..um'mer's
Comics ................ 36-37 The third in a series of u.s. Department -denied with practiced reg certified as valid. Stamen back.' Started By State Davis told a news conference sites a year or more. civil rights march on

Classified ."......... 41-43 of Agriculture hearings ularlty-that his health would en told the Supreme Court in "The ICBMs we are putting In "I feel that this type of test Is Washington

Deaths ...................... 63T on the effects of pesticides force him to give up his fight their appeal that they presented TALLAHASSEE (AP) State the force today are meeting the not operational realism ss SAC Demonstrators said they were
Dear Abby ........M...... opens here today. for re-election 25,000 but that county clerks School Supt. Thomas D Bailey reliability requirements of the calls It." Davis said. "You take
Earlier hearings were held in It also brought into the open failed to make a complete examination announced establishment established SOR the missile of Its environment discriminatory
EditorialsHoroscope ................ 4 today (specific operational out -
Washington and Memphis Tenn. persistent reports that Jobs of all the affidavits of four additional film word load it It
pay. regional requirement) The on a plane, fly some companies sponsoring exhibits
................ 36
The department looking into uig J25.000 or more a year are, Justice Douglas Wednesday libraries in Florida under a reliability seems to mean something 1,000 or more miles load It on and segregation and discrimination
Television ................ 37 the pesticides Aldrin. Dleldrin waiting for the Democratic senator !ordered Secretary of State grant of $23,000 from the Na different to everyone who another stand and fire It This both South and
Sports ................ 33-35 and Endrin Numerous autho- 52, felled by brain surgery: Frank M. Jordan to direct the tional Defense Education Act uses It'There. I requires disconnecting/ and reconnecting forth, especially In schools and
Weather Map . .. 7 rites have charged the pesticides last August if be quits the contest $8 counties to hold everythingon The latest action brought to .' are some who would wires and fuel lines housing.
Women . . 18-21 caused the death of fish for his party's nomination election preparations pending II the number of regional filmlibraries like 100 per cent reliability, but and installing destruct packagesand There was no charge that the
and birds and may become dangerous Harold Stusen caused an unprecedented a decision Jordan followed set up in Florida during that is Impossible Reliability some instrumentation for fair !itself was guilty of ducrlmination. .

to humans 1iirnr I t .situation by appeal I through promptly the past four months requirements art a Judgment the training launches. < I9r

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2 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, April 2J, ISM I
[Philadelphia Dentist Working

I Chinese Food Problem !

Appears To Be Improved i: On Tooth Transplanting Method Q

By GEOFFREY HO I For years, Red China has By STAN BENJAMIN patients. Only a few of the istitures of Health supplied |
HONG KONG (AP) The been Hong Kong' biggest supplier I PHILADELPHIA (AP) -\transplants have failed (grant of $81,280 to continue al! tw1)

once critical nod situation in: of foodstuffs, yet Hong "Wrll., I had a youngster who "The worst that can happen studies About half the trans-i
Communist China appears to' Kong sinds hundreds of thousands I was 1 losing teeth and another:I Is that the tooth Just comes,plants have been done In the!
have Improved slightly but it re' youngster who had too many:loose The funny thing is that past nine months
mains a riddle to the outside of food parcels lo the,teeth I had to remove one for: If that'happens, the people who I Body Rejects Tissue I
world mainland every month orthodontic reasons It seemed,had the transplant always want
Official Chinese Communist, Despite Communist claims of a shame to Just throw It out":'to try again." Mezrow says Science has found that the

statements, accounts given by I bumper crops, basic rations for So Dr. Ralph R. Mezrow, 43. Three types of persons usually human called body has a natural defense -
the immune
refugees from Red ChinA'and the ordinary people in major reaction
a Philadelphia dentist decidedto write asking for transplants:
which the
facts generally known ire some cities have remained unchangedfrom : plant the leftover tooth from Persons who were throughsome body rejects
foreign substances This
times diametrically contradictory 24 to 26 catties per In of
one patient the mouth of the quirk nature born reaction tissue
month. One catty I in equivalent other patient who needed It. The without teeth and never had used in
a graft or transplant. ,
Ro y Picture Painted to i 1-3 pounds transplant worked. any, persons who lost teeth in
Rations SmallIn That was five years ago. Since auto accidents; 'and persons who Certain specific materials low
The Chinese Communist I In blood vessels, such bone
press can't as
1 then Mezrow has planted another tolerate dentures.
hut painted a rosy picture about I rural area ratloni are The and the cornea of the eye seem
five teeth in the mouth of technique still is considered
food general and Inferior in to little reaction and
production yet no smaller quality arouse
that first patient experimental and there
increase In food rations has In some localities, montly rations ', are many unanswered I have been successfully", trans
been reported. are as low as ID catties IS Transplanted tiona.Mezrow. planted for years

The Communists have bought comprising rice, sweet potatoes He and his associates it Phil.I! carried on his transplant I Along with his transplants
grain from abroad but have I and millet. ,adelphla's Albert Einstein Medical experiments for the first Mezrow has performed a fewtransplantini' git'rwrrb .t
continued to export rice, the A, healthy man consumes Center have planted few years alone. !"autografts", a .A

Chinese people'. staple food 1 about._ one catty_of rice I __dally, i 95 teeth In a total.. of.. lOmel Last .Juno. the .National. In. tooth to a new location in the > rye y, ,
- --- - ----- -- p--- -- ----- - - same mouth. This eliminates

.It any immune reaction. In both!
cases the transplants have been 4 m"i' ? a ';'3 3d

generally successful.
For the patient, a transplant! >
presents few problems. It Isl|
performed under local anesthetic
; It usually takes about 45)\)
minutes; and the patient usually .
can go about his normal ac
tivlties the next day. |

Donor teeth ire stored in a
cool saline solution for up to a dos
month until needed. After an

tS esthetic the dentist opens the
gum. Then he fits the tooth into
/ the empty socket shaping'' the

\ socket with a drill until the tooth
fits snugly. '

The tooth Is inserted and the!

gum Is sewn together Sometimes
a plastic splint .is added
", which braces the new tooth for
several weeks.

BROTHERS "new look" of Paris TEITH TRANSPLANTED-Dr. Ralph. Mttr.w, .'."h...wry..n .t PMoo'tlphn'a' . ; Albert Im.i .

( fashions was launched Feb. 12, om Medical Conror, proporoi a ......t I* rocoivo I trontplonHo1 tooth from onothof porJtnt/ who
19 7. by Christian Dior Dior had a surplus .f teeth In hit motith. In Iowa photo, ......,I..t.. tooth, four wet lis .(ttr the ...."..
t had turned to fashion design- for .,.,.tl..., hot Honnol} color sad Dr. M..r.w toy .b on W., to kocomiitf, n Mtful ot the. Ptfcort.AP .
l Ing after straited circumstances ( WIt.h....
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forced him to close a picture- ---- -- - - -- --

smart contemporary lighting gallery according to the En

cyclopaedia_BrlUnnica_ Assassination Raises Threat
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k T regularly )1999 i eat toomuch I II For Small Himalayan KingdomEDITOR'S

sale 14.97 I ? NOTE: As an layan kingdom In an exposed I!to help his--country,

i iI Associated Press correspondent frontline position in India's smol- Had Iron Hand
>t1 In India Henry S. Brad daring conflict with China Dorji the third
d was generationof
1 You've them and wonted them here I
seen .
II IL If acid l''ds..100', cern..n. f char frequently met Prime Dorji was beginning to bring a family with the role but

they ore, and at great savings'! An up.to-date you TUMS an antacid Mop It I.b.rijht...owiy. Today with Minister Jlgme Dent of Bbu- Bhutan Into the modern world technically not the title of
( I good tinting TUMS *rt fortified tan. In 1M Bradsher rode a largely because of a threat from Prime Minister. The velvet glove
lift for any room., each with three antique -rah.tpota1 wotnlns.. noutrailio high ill potency oxcouMid mule Into Bhutan becomingone Communist China. he wore outside Bhutan was
. roloMO you tram the of the handful westerners Hi established taken off at home to expose an
Je. : white and 1 gold styrene filigree hanging bolls. Srlp of In ack-'I.ted stomach who have visited the Isolated the hermit iron hand.
.eompist.iypnay.n the spot kingdom as a separate nation
Diffusers are either all white, or multi-orange, Wouldnt you lk! that f Himalayan kingdom ok th, International scene after A lover of fast can who had

'.' ulekly ''''011.., By HENRY BRADSHER years under such: (close Indian to ride a mule ,of
L .r turquoise and wkltej Shafts of both pole and trees hit soiled nliofSnllpMk.aoa Associated Press Writer control that its very existence Bhutan, Dorji ca( J
\1 )' t e wu obscure. spend the winter Jio i in'11
ore antique white. Three-way switches MOSCOW (AP) The assassination
.... "I 1-, '. / I I: I ,f of Jigme Palden Dorji Dorji worried constantly that Calcutta, racing of
. it// ., .\ IM'p "-u Prime Minister of Bhutan creates 'China could carry out longstandIng horses there.
,, a dangerous possibility of ambitions to seize Bhutan Dense jungles cover the steep
i Instability in that little Hima and that no one would be able mountains that rise abruptly
1 I .. From the plains of India's West
Bengal and Assam states along
Bhutan's southern border. Bleak
/ passes through the high backbone -
heiak/ of the Himalayas lead from
the northern side into Tibet.

The heart of Bhutan Is the
'central zone of narrow fertile

{ I valleys, growing summer rice
and winter wheat between one
Ott { , 4 i, S. .' "a 14 Karat Gold and two miles high

d I Bhutan's culture and the dominant
group of its racial mixture
. ,
oj "
; Charms came from Tibet.Tortured
and Bracelets '
., To Death

'\ ''.' <,J1 i 'I Dorji's wife was the daughter
( ;
I ,' i lot a Tibetan official who helpedthe
Dalai Lama run Tibet before-

t"" 1959. Outside Tibet wherr The
STOP Chinese began their repression j
., I the official returned to Lhasa'

... r IMw. I despite warnings because he felt
.+ 'II it was his duty. There he was
tortured to death.
I ..., MM 9.99 "... ." 6,99 .... it.it 13.99 s.. a. 5.99 I In the summer of 1959 the

Bhutanese King Dorji and an
advisory council decided to close

,", OF CHARMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS the Tibetan border and begin
,1- \ HUNDREDS . building a road to India. It lathe

mule trails where the only

',., ..' wheel were Buddhist prayer
i wheels
'\ I ..o Roadbuilding and other small

';, .l.> ., I development projects being ac*
o' complished with Indian aid
sI cre
.. 'ated
I !aJt- pressures among Bhutan
;i'I' a r"r '700.000 persons, many of whom
; had to be conscripted to leave
exciting fixtures with the look ri I their farms and work for small

10.99 699 1195 '.99 lie 1495 10.99 ,wages
i Reg 15.50 Reg. 9.95 Peg '
r"k 1 of expensive crystal I' Resentment FactorIn
the absence of reports from
i Bhutan giving the motive for
,t, styrene crystal ball lamps ,Dorji's assassination, it is pos

xf ; pct" @ sible to speculate that resent.
,ment over changes in the traditional
Choose from five different styles . each a
4 of life
way were a fac
S. I, charming addition to home . each
? your at tor A senior Indian official who
i, K w4 1 ; unusual savings! : knew Bhutan and its prime minister

Reg. 7.75 4.99 Reg 895 4.99 Reg. 7.95 4.99 Rei. 13.95 899Charm well suggests that Intriguein
:' P a+ White pole lamp at 21.99 the ctoseknit dominant famIlies
compare .
tit n , ....... .lwt t.Mt" might have been the cause
sr 1, r5 I sole 16.97 I Dorji tried vainly to get
t ,?, I ?, Tree lamp with white pole . compare at Triple tpiral link 8.99 American weapons In late 19 2
p t- S t 1 21.99. . sole! 16.97'f? nG. brlcel. 14K gold plug| tj)( when the Chinese defeated Indian
armies In India's northeast
g : -i 0i JJ ,1 ci Chain light . comport at 5.99 1 . sole fflllJl'JrJlJ.Tri link. box catch 1599 frontier agency just east of
t : %% / 10.97 ... let, 14K gold p'uttaxHeavy 'Bhutan. A militia of some 18;
,000 men is being trained in

'+ I . .. t'a Wall torch . compare at 1 1599 . sole! f. cable link 22.99 Bhutan with meager Indian
t l
e assistance
Dracelell4K gold
1097 . ( pus| tag
I Most of Dorji's time I la the

T .i 1t i .w." Adapto compare ot 3,99 , I,97 34t ,_ Triple ball bracelet 27.99 'last few years had been devoted I
H.I to economic Bhutan
t I 14* gold plus( tn development I
t, Mans' Lamps s development commissioner I
s ?. :, sty has been his younger brother
\ l No money down-,.Convenient weekly) monthyterns! ) 109 L Mn; St Lhendup Durji who studied

briefly at Cornell University in
Ey6 ''' 1 {yt OPEN the United States and workedfor
T'a the Nepali delegation to the
MON. & FRI. United Nations

"t ,.t
DEPENDABLtixwclus SINCE lltl JILL P.M. Tahitians. like Eskimos ex
changed geetings by rubbingnoses
I was the observation of


I both cheeky\ when meeting or
t parting.

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e, _...: : '+9'''''', ...T_' '..ti 1*_' .' ..,. "'..v'f. ,. -',''.''." LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April 23, 1K4 J" ,:....... :', SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.. LAKELAND ...

Dirksen Seeking

-+ie r Vote Over ChangesWASHINGTON APRIL IS

(AP) Senate ! with discrimination charges or
Republican leader Everett other court action.Humphrey'a DRESS MONTH
M Dirksen laid today he will proposal first lI
concrete sign of a possible ma
ask the Senate ,to vote on his AT MAAS
jot compromise, would offer a
r proposed changes in the civil limited right of jury trial
rights bill before acting on a Dlrksen's move would provide I 1 -
controversial Southern sponsored additional time for maneuvering
wwy, '' amendment. 011 the jury trial and other
thorny Issues.Kentucky .
To clear the way, Dirksentold
reporters, he will move bluegrass seeds
Monday to set aside temporarily
sprouted and grew for 10 days
: the jury trial amendment offered before
In Antarctica dying. Only
Sen. Herman E, Tal- -l
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rain, hail and strong winds, buffeted their homes in Ravenswood, a a p .,' I
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suburb of Indianapolis
part of the nation today after a .
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nearly a score of twisters struck of the day: Post mister A tee M i
areas Wednesday in central and
Frank after
Falrley announcingthat
eastern Kansas, western Missourl
a satchel full of mail was
north central Oklahoma, ni I
and northeastern Texas. Two found In the cage of an elephant
persons were reported seriously flown into New Orleans for the
injured after a twister ripped Audubon Park Zoo: "The elephant : I
through the tiny town of Pecan evidentally stuck out her : Q ,
Gap, Tex, about 40 miles north
snoot and grabbed the mail. The 4 t
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question is, what can the postalinspectors ,.
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Appears To Be ImprovedBy I Tooth Transplanting- Method ijlI:

GEOFFREY HO I For years, Red China has By STAN BENJAMIN ,,patients. Only a few of the sutures of Health supplied !
HONG KONG (AP) Hie been Hong Kongs biggest supplier -jl PHILADELPHIA (AP) -'(transplants have failed !grant of MU80 to continue al)
once critical food situation in of foodstuff, yet Hong "Well Iliad a youngster who "The worst that can happen studies. About half the trans-i,
Communist China appears to sends hundreds of thousands was losing teeth, and another that the tooth just comes[plants have been done in thel!
have Improved ilightly but it remains Kong (youngster who had too many I' The funny thing is that past nine months.
a riddle to the ouWiole of food parcels to the teeth, Iliad to remove one for that happens, the people who,f Body Rejects Tissue I
world mainland every month orthodontic reasons. It seemed! had the transplant always wantto
Official Chinese Communist Communist clAim ofbumpt'r shame ": Science has found that the
Despite a to just throw It out try again Mezrow says.
statements account given by basic rations for i I human body has a natural defense -
crops So Dr Ralph R. Mezmw 41: Three types of persons usual called: the Immune
refugees from Red China'and the ordinary people in major a Philadelphia dentist decidedto 'ry write, asking for transplants: reaction
with which the
facts generally known are sometimes cities have remained unchanged body rejects
the left-over Persons who
plant tooth from I' were, through foreign substances This 2 fr
diametrically tontradic" -from 24 to 26 catties per one patient In the mouth of the some quirk of nature, born reaction tissue
rejects healthy
tory, month. One catty is equivalent other without
patient who needed it The teeth and never had used in
a graft or transplant.Certain
Rosy Picture Painted to 1.3 pounds transplant worked. 1 any persons who lost teeth in
materials low
SmallIn That was five Since auto accidents and whocan't specific
Rations years ago. ; persons
The Chinese Communist blood
press in vessels, such as bone
then Merrow has planted an- tolerate dentures.
hat painted a rosy picture about rural areas rations are' and the cornea of the eye, seem
other five teeth In the mouth of The technique still is considered u I
food production yet no general smaller and Inferior in "l.Iallty,1 that first patient experimental and there to arouse little reaction and r'
increase In food rations has In tome localities: montly ra" have been successfully transplanted .
are unanswered -
been reported tines are as low a* 10 catties:' K Transplanted questions for years.

The Communists have bought comprising rice, sweet potatoes He and his associates at Phil- Mezrow carried on his transplant Along with his transplants ,
grain from abroad but have and millet. adelphia's Albert Einstein Medical experiments for the first Mezrow has performed a few wrap S w nv t o + IuI IuIIM
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ly can go about his normal ac.
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cool saline solution, for up to a
month, until needed. After anesthetic -
the dentist opens the
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\ socket with a drill until the

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gum In sewn together Sometimes -I
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BROTHERS "new look" of Paris TEETH TIANSrLANTID. setae N.amw 4.""..-........ .t Pkil4tlphi' Alktt Imt .
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after straited circumstances
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,.er:1 k tL r. I regularly 19,99 eat toomuch' For Small Himalayan, KingdomEDITOR'S

; sale! 14.97 ? NOTE As an layan kingdom in an exposed 'to help his country
Associated Press Had Iron Hand
I II correspon-
f Ii i dent In India Henry S. Brad- the third
S Dorjl
11 i generation
1'' 'i You've wen them and wonted them . here I
If sold indl station, comas en, sher frequently met Prime Dorji was beginning to bring of a family with the role but
ii they are, and at great savings!' An up.to-date I you TUMS UH antacid Mop It UbWU.right way Tod with,'. Minister Jlgme DorJI of Bhu Bhutan Into' the modem world, technically not the title of
( food testing TUMS i f e tortlflad tan. In IMO Bradsber rode a largely because ate threat from Prime Minister The velvet glovehe
lift for any rool'l'each with three antique I -a(Mt4 tootMng, high i potency mule Into Bhutan, becomingone Communist China. wore outside Bhutan was
rail*! fwutralln gll aces
styrene' said :::nIMM you from th.5Cp of the handful westerners no taken off at home to expose an
t. white and gold filigree hanging bolls of>n acld-lrntiUtf Momach who have vUlUd the Isolated established' the hermit iron hand.
1 .comDIN.IyNntlyee the ipot. kingdom as a separata nation
"i? ...: \ Diffusers are either oil white: or multi-orange, Wouldn't you UK. th tttulckl Himalayan kingdom.By ok the International 1 scene after A lover of fast can who had
' of astir., S. under such(clone Indian to ride a mule of
f :t I'turquoise, and w1itShofts of both pole and trees Alta pettmy rehNar.llpa.kraop : Associated Press Writer control thai Its very existence Bhutan, Dorji )C)1.. i

}, II I I ore J'antique white, Three-way switches I MOSCOW (AP) The assassin was obscure. spend the winter _i in"
-.. .. :. ation of Jigme Palden DorJI, Dorji, worried constantly that Calcutta racing of
I ; \.; I. "ft.'Il. i' t horses there.Dense .
.. : I Prime Minister of Bhutan, creates China could carry out longstandIng
j I a dangerous possibility of ambitions to seize Bhutan jungles cover the steep
instability in that little Hima land, that no one would be able mountains, that rise abruptly
I I .. -- from the plains of India's West
Bengal and Assam states along
I Bhutan's southern border Bleak

passes through the high back.
I bone of the Himalayas lead from
the northern side into Tibet.

I The heart of Bhutan is the

r1 g 4w % ,. central zone of narrow fertile)
; I valleys growing summer rice
and winter wheat between one
A14 Karat Gold 'and two miles high.

v I Bhutan's culture and the dominant
I A'
: group of its racial mixture
Charms and Bracelets came from Tibet.Tortured .
., Te DeathDorji's

; 4;.. I wile was the daughter
.' ) Iof i a Tibetan official who helpedthe
k Dalai Lama run Tibet before
r't 11959. Outside Tibet when- the
began their repression.]
<'<; the official returned to Lhasa|
i despite warnings because he felt \
,sit was his duty There he was
I tortured to death.
..., .... 9.99 .... us 6,99 ....II,1t 13.99 .... I" 5.99 In the summer of 1959 the

Bhutanese King, Dorji and an
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OF CHARMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS the Tibetan border and begin
173 v HUNDREDS . building a road to India. It Is

ANNIVERSARIES, GRADUATIONS, BIRTHDAYS, ETC. the first road for a land of
mule trails where the only
> :wheels were Buddhist prayer
f ft, ari / y % wheels
M ""igr *n Roadbuilduig and other small
development projects being accomplished
fA.I v d : with Indian aid crested
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(700,000 persons, many of whom
had to be conscripted tu>> leave
,, , exciting fixtures with the look I I their farms and work for small

Reg 15.50 10.99 Reg. 9,95 699, Kef. 13.95 8.99 R',. 14.95 10.99 ,wages
t of expensive cry stall Resentment FactorIn

I the absence of reports from

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@[ to speculate that resentment .
I over changes in the traditional
Choose from five different styles . each o
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\ a White pole lamp compare ot 21 1.99 . 'Charm fr_ "ua '..1 the might tloseknit have been dominant the cause.families -
sole! 16.97
I Dorji tried vainly to get

t ssJui Tree lamp with white pole , compare at ; Triple spiral link 893 American weapons In late 190
iM bracelet 14 K gold when the Chinese defeated Indian
a.. 21.99. sole! 16.97 plus tax
armies in India's northeast

A obit t i Chain light comport at 1599 .loI.r! \ :: '-I' I1'f i Triple 'link, box catch 5.99 frontier Bhutan. A agency, just east of.
4. militia of some 18
I + 1097 \:'- '" bacNet,14K gold
a ;f'Woll plus| tj< 0n0 men is being trained m

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10.97 ''M '\!..., bracelet 14K gold plus tax luistanee.I .
s'ty ti ? I Most of Dories time I In the

fs t r Adapto compare ot 3,99 , 1,97 "J1''L, ii Triple ball bracelet 27.99 last few years had been devoted
f' Utll to economic Bhu-
: UK gold plus tu development.
4 e 4' Maas' Lamps I tan's development commissioner
has been his younger brother
\ i No money down-Convenient weekly or monthly terms 109 |. Main jt. Lhendup Dorji, who studied
to 4 e e- .a. briefly at Cornell University in
9 OPEN the United States and worked
for the Nepali delegation to the
; MON. Cr FRI. United Nations
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DEKNDAltt JtWElHS ItMCC 1101 TILL P.M. Tahitians like Eskimos exchanged
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(AP) Sen- with discrimination charges or 'r DRESS MONTH
ate Republican leader Everett other court action.Humphrey's ,
M Dirksen said today he will proposal, first 1
concrete sign of a possible major ,
ask the Senate" to vote on his AT MAAS
compromise, would offer a
proposed changes in the civil limited right of jury trial. r "
rights bill before acting on a Dirksen's move would provide
controversial Southern sponsored additional time for maneuvering
amendment. on the jury trial and other
thorny Issues.
To clear the way, Dirksen
told reporters, he will move .,
Kentucky bluegrass i e e d s
Monday to set aside temporarily sprouted and grew for 10 days
the jury trial amendment offered
in Antarctica before dying. Only
Sen. Herman E, j.JlJ
by Tal-
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madge, D-Ga. been found to grow so far south :
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part of the nation today after a
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The Weather Bureau reported NEW ORLEANS (AP-Quote
nearly a score of twisters struck of the day: Postmaster A.
areas Wednesday in central and K
,frank Fairley after announcingthat
eastern Kansas, western Mistourl
north central Oklahoma, : a satchel full of mail was M 8
and northeastern Texas Two found In the cage of an elephant
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question la, what can the postal .\
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I Coming Confrontation iiii War's' Harmony

By JAMES RESTON ardor for peace and the well-
,. being of all peoples.
'.ff i in I

Indiana may well be the crucial Wisconsin where Wallace lost the race contacts WASHINGTON between- The a new first 'Scarcely a visitor 'of a del-
egation comes to the White
showdown area for Governor George but gathered a quarter-million votes American president and the House without hearing almost

(1 Wallace of Alabama and his bid abQut 25 per cent of he total That i Soviet are important and in a missionary sermon on the

to defeat the civil rights bill. In the performance was far too able to give President, Johnson's case subject. The President not
they gone
coming primary there President John- any comfort to the administration only sent good wishes to
I Khrushchev
Chairman the
well.He on
son's political prestige is being com which now seems willing to confrontand 'I started In latter's- 70th birthday but I

mitted. A victory by Wallace could be (it hopes) end for all time the 'a skepticalmood.. When called in the Soviet ambassador

embarrassing possibly damaging to threat of the bantam Alabama segre- Fidel Castro here and poured out his
feelings about the mutual obligation
the Administration. gationist. returned from
of the two countriesto
Wallace's reception In Indianapolis, Moscow and work together for a decent

according to the wire services is GOVERNOR WALLACE, on the moved at once order in the world.
to cut off the
far from chilly. The comments of face of it, is not running a segregation water from theUS.

politicians and of a man-on-the-street ist's campaign. He says: "I have no base at IT IS EASY to be cynical
about all this. Washington
sampling indicated "surprising Wallace objection to Indiana's having integra- RESTON Qua ntanamobay' and Moscow still retain enough

strength one reporter found. (Why tion; it is a matter to be decided by the thought In he Cuba was power to incinerate the human
the Wallace sampling there should be the states being challenged by the Com race and they face each
other hostile :
surprising is in itself a surprise; Indiana The Wallace tact has consistentlybeen munists. lines from along Central Europe mil.tary to

is known as a hotbed' of Klansmenand a low-key appeal for states rights When his worst fears provedto Eastern Asia but the old shoe-

other crackpots)., an argument aimed at the conservative be wrong the President pounding dialogue and vicious

voter. lIe is in the thing to win and started a private correspondence propaganda of a few years
with Khrushchev which have declined, and
WASHINGTON'S has at least in contributed ago
WITH approyal $50,000
resulted yesterday in a decision more reasonable policy of mutual
the Indiana Democratic organization backing for newspaper, radio and TV on both sides to make a concessions, however

is seeking to underscore its positionby ads. Any appreciable success in Indiana further reduction in the production small, has been Introduced.

the 'Jingle emblazoned on buttons beyond the Klan support would thermonuclear of fuel for weapona.MEAN111LE. nuclear. and Immediately after the war

literature, and posters: "Clear the Way throw the Johnson administration fora both sides talked about spectacular

for LBJ. Vote for Welsh the Fifthof political loss and perhaps put it Johnson and agreements that never

May. more on the defensive in civil rights THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Khrushchev have made mod- materialized. They based the
United Nations charter on the
est reductions in their military
It is significant that Johnson's involvement proposals. Indiana is the place to watch budgets the Soviets have preposterous assumption that

is greater than it was in when they count the votes on,May 5. continued the withdrawal of they could agree on all questions
their troops from Cuba the of war and peace. For
Catches President has restrained thosein years they talked about ban-
Geography Lapse his administration who ning all weapons reorganizingthe
wanted to expand the war In map and the defenses of
southeast Asia to North Vietnam Europe and total disarma
A In CustomA EDITOR I beg your Sonja Horowitz the Instigator
pardon was
Change the Russians have turned ment. They are more modest
I air, but the ChesapeakeBay The Ledger'sOpinion of this plan. over the U.S. fliers who and sensible now.
bridge-tunnel does NOT Since The Ledger has under-
into Communist East
connect Virginia with the Page gone so many changes in the strayed They are experimenting
decline in outward show of respect The American flag meant much to southern tip of Maryland. That past few months I was very Germany and the Presidenthas cautiously with what Khrushchev
for the United States flag by the thousands of immigrants who happens to be the eastern Tkli editorial p.9. .ff.r. anxious to see if the Ledger against any new future precautions, violationsof called last Dec. 30 the
shore of the Commonwealthof the nwpsp..w..piiionee. would continue to stand "policy of mutual example"This
Americans as shown by a recent survey poured into these new .lands from'Europe. up East German or Soviet air
.t '
ft ""n n Current InttrntIn for the students of Polk County means that Instead of
is an interesting subject for spec. It was their symbol of hope Virginia.PATSY L WARE the editorial c.I....... It as they had done in' the space. waiting for the other side to

ulatlon. anticipation of a new way of life anda MulberryEditor's wtlcomti r...J.rt I,, lh the. Vic epl.kn..5.f the past After reading your editorial The cold war goes on but reach a formal written agreement

Is it merely a matter of custom or freedom they had heard so much ".pl. Col.....". Letter mutt I am fully convincedthat the mood music is different. complete with machinery -
Note: Right you be used and bier the writ The Ledger will give us It Is quieter. At 70, Nikita for inspection and control
does it reflect a decline in national about. are, and may we be pardonedfor .,'. ddrtii. but M.....* will/ as much help as they can if Khrushchev preoccupied with each side will take whatever
pride or loyalty? There were many very real and a lapse In geography b. withheld apes rtqutit A we will only show them that problems at home and within safe and limited step it can
Thanks for setting the matter Utt r ihauld' not .UHI* 250
the communist world. is no
personal reasons why the flag we want this help.
Is it a sign of greater world mindedness very straight.Doesn't. ward. .nd versa cinnet fcm4. longer talking about death but ,
As a student at Lakeland -
stirred emotional feelings most Th. L4tr ,
among rtufr**
or a withdrawal into a more about the good life and Johnson

the right t. rct| any ,Utter High School I can truly say
parochial or sectional attitude? ordinary citizens a century ago. or iherten It. Opinion' .f that I am behind this teen cries out almost everyday lr tl1llt< if
Today the flag is more likely to be Like lumitt and etbtr contributor page an the way and that I against war and poverty.
Flags at one time were more direct immediately associated with the location ) ."..r .li.whr. 0" will do anything I can to Other new administrations
ly associated with war, They were Ledger ChangesEDITOR Hill Ml. make it possible. In Washington since the war
of the post office building a placeto and urge the other to do the
had less
symbols of the ultimate sacrifice of CAROLE RILEY agreeable beginningswith same.
pay your income taxes or a bank : Lakeland was my the communists They
men on a battlefield or of victory or home from early childhood. teen council, made up of several allowed themselves to be -
holiday. provoked.
of defeat. It may be that the massiveness I am quite interested in its teens from each contributing More About President Eisenhower THIS HAS RESULTED In
activities as well as other localities school would be what Secretary of State Rusk
of modern wars and the fact that very profitable. They could started by "unleashing"Chiang calls "a certain coincidence
VTHE LEDGER FLIES the flag from of the county. I have City Crews Kai-Shek to Invade
this is a period of'relative peace have 4. b en a reader of The Ledger decide how the teen section of policy" on utt'.rms
t a ,standard in front of the building. the China mainland-this in
destroyed some ,of those associations.The . since before I could remem should be conducted and get EDITOR A letter in The his first Inaugural speech and reducing the pjuctlo\
do .because of in nation
pride a ber. Of to know The Ledger staff they of enriched urani Pfor.nu-\
meant !
Ledger it took of he
a crew though leashed
says soon
Chiang '
flag also has been a symbol of, that has'brought us the highest living progress. I have seen many would be working with five men to repair a streetlight again and signed a truce in clear weapons. JT has produced
authority and protection for the citi- standard and the greatest degree of changes occur in The Ledgerbut throughout the year.I I am shocked Havingno Korea. the limited test ban

zens and official representatives of a personal freedom of major nationin not to the extent of de- am sure if an invitationof job of my owa I often get treaty and the US.-Soviet
nation in lands. any -, feating the purpose of publication. this nature Is made that interested in watching crew PRESIDENT KENNEDY wheat deal and It has also
foreign In times
past, history. The publication is so all the concerned teens wouldbe of workers flush the water started with a clumsy lunge at produced some complaintsthat
a violation of a citizen's supposed We are glad to see the flag displayed limited to local and county In attendance This teen mains on our corner and the communists in Cuba and it is eroding the stem

rights abroad or an insult to the flag by others, either on special news until it appears like a section means an awful lot to never have there been more had a most disagreeable first American attitudes that pro-
could foreign paper instead of a all the students and any way than three men in the duced the detente in the first
bring the marines group- meeting with Khrushchev at
or perhapsthe patriotic days, or for no reason other
Lakeland Ledger. Much td my The Ledger wishes to run it one to open the hydrant and place.
Vienna where
Navy. This is not so likely to hap than patriotism.Even regret and after many yearsof will be satisfactory. I just let the water bore a deep mud- much of their time they spent
pen now that colonialism is becominga so, the many who do not make reading the paper the drastic wanted to express myself and hole In our unpaved street. another over Berlin. President Johnson however -
change of omission is forcIng my views once more and tell The second is clearly determined to
of the man must be the
past. a big fuss over the flag are no less
President Truman launchedhis keep nibbling at the iron
me to discontinue takingthe you once again how happy foreman and perhaps does away
patriotic than others who do. It wouldbe paper at the end of the The Ledger's interest in the double duty as timekeeper administration in 1941 curtain. Nobody who had
FOR EXEMPLE, Floridians duringthe a mistake we think to assume that month. area teenagers makes us. telling the others when the with a savage attack on heard him talk about the aims

Seminole Indian uprisings wouldbe the decline in displaying the flag reflects M.L. CAROLYN SULLIVAN hole is deep enough or the Vyacheslav Molotov then the and purposes of his administration
Barlow Soviet foreign minister who is likely to question
water clean enough. The third
apt to think of the U.S. flag as a any lessoning in national pride man applies the wrench and left the White House convincedthat his sincerity even if some of

symbol of security against attack and and loyalty. We think it comes almost Reader Is shuts off the water It seldom the cooperative U.S. poky them question his Judgment.The .

of downright survival Today it has wholly from changes in customs and Suggests Teen takes more than half an hour under Roosevelt was over. "policy of mutual n.ample" .

lost that immediacy of identification. practices.Ward's Writer Council PleasedEDITOR so no one should I complain of more President restrained.He Johnson. has been Is, therefore, likely to
feather-bedding. suggested
stay unless It is betrayed by
I \ : I was happyto once that the foreman
very (or was careful this weekto the communists. In terms of
EDITOR: I've written you see the editorial In last timekeeper) might lay downa himself
protect against political power, It changes little
two letters concerning the Sunday's paper concerning the sheet of corrugated sheet- attacks that he was in terms of very :
I teen section of the paper thatIs establishment of a teen pageIn iron roofing to keep from boring weakening the retaliatory means a atmosphere deal it
great and In
A Good CitizenA in the planning atage. I the Ledger. It also pleasedme that hole in the street power of the United States terms of diplomacy, it; encourages -
would like to make one more very much to note that They did not seem to hear me. but In recent days he has greater freedom of
suggestion if I may. I think a one of my fellow classmates ANOTHER OBSERVER been displaying an evangelicalLawyers negotiation experimental

quarter-century ago it was fashionable Ward's is a mature citizen of Lakeland

for the late Huey P. Long and having been a part of this com- i X

his fellow demagogues to harrass the munity for 27 years. Its manager, Har-

chain stores by making political whip- old T. Doster, is a citizen for the last Speak Out On Civil RightsBy

ping boys of the m. The infection 22 years and is active in the affairsof

reached into Florida during the regimeof city and county. RALPH McGILL torneys general of the United Commerce and the 14th schools was unconstitutionaland are exempted. The bill does

depression-era governor Dave Two major economic results from Publisher of The States. Amendment's ban on racial secondly by assuring not say any public accommo-
Sholtz who regarded the chain store Ward's expansion. First the trading Atlanta ConstitutionMail THOSE WHO SINCERELY discrimination by the states them that the state laws would dation business "must serve"

as an invention of Satan himself. territory of the city is expanded con inspired by the filibuster seek information will be interested and their agencies. As to Ti- be able to maintain discrimi anyone. It simply says all
America has matured economically customers froman against the civil rights bill In the list. The for tle Seven on fair employment nation. The people have a persons must be treated alike.
siderably attracting
falls roughly Into three categories mer attorneys general are the lawyers said its pro right to expect their chosen Rules of dress and conduct
and we find today that the once-hated ever-widening circle. Second the There Is fanatic support Francis Diddle Herbert Brow- visions were well within the leaders to tell them the truth may be enforced. Small rooming
chain can be and often is a boon to Ward store and its associated services of the senators filibustering nell and William P. Rogers. findings of many Judicial decisions even if it hurts. Had they houses are entirely ex

the community it serves. One example, add a substantial local payroll that and of denunciation The latter two served under on the power over done so the South and the nation empted.
in Lakeland is o f President Eisenhower. Mr. commerce. would have been able to The civil rights bill has
Montgomery Ward helps other ,businesses
\ yes, the bill. Muchof Biddle was in Franklin D. There will continue to be leave the school problem to nothing whatever to do with
which formally opened its modern competing ones. We add our word of the latter is Roosevelt's cabinet The four dissents. That the opinion of the professional school administrators curriculum or the hiring of

shopping area Wednesday and continues congratulations to Ward's as a good based on erroneous I former presidents of the 22 of the nation's beat known rather than making teachers. Nor does it do any

this week to welcome thousandsof citizen: who is now showing off with Informa ABA are: and experienced constitutional the issue one of politics. harm to unions. The bill does
well-wishers from wide tion. There al. David F. Maxwell of Philadelphia attorneys could be in error is not seek to legislate racial
a of
area justifiable pride a new and attractive -
Central Florida. very so is some approval John Randall of Cedar possible but highly unlikely. THE BILL DOES NOT-In equality. Its sole and total
home of the Rapids, Iowa. Charles S. In 1954. and in the years before answer to other letters-inter- purpose la to establish equal-
., bill's objectives J Rhyne of Washington and there were Southern politicians fere with home owners In selling ity of citizenship. It does not
An Increasing I Whitney North Seymour of who chose to deceivethe or renting. The bill does touch the private home clubor
number New York. people of their states by not even mention housing. social life.
of letters McGILL Others signing Included Norris first declaring that eliminating Private clubs, organizations The truth will help us more
seek Information Darrell of New York pres. discrimination in segregated and fraternities specifically than fiction.
about the bill or portionsof ident of the American Law Institute -

A number of Southern lead-
era who oppose the legislationhave C9t! Cltlte.QtXI
.".ONI* n>*r> eowmAILIV. 01 assured Potomac Fever .

Imperial Polk CountyWorld's . :.1.:;:+adWI, Grin IMMa1T ruT.. .a!:; it is unconstitutional.their constituents If it is, #J$ tllh; I

Citrus Center ..'. ..._... uiMt 000 POwllL. then these persons have nothIng
AdwrtwM 0.ntNrf' CMARUS
HUNT A.dlten, RICNARO_. ....". to worry about and one ; and four law school By JACK WILSON
L.V.. CI..I.I.A. PrwIuetiMThe M.r.M...._MON.Y. wonders at their agitation. deans Erwin N. Griswold of These civil rights demonstrators planning to stall traffic at the World's

However only the U.S. Su- Harvard Eugene V. Rostow Fair must be nuts. Who do they think they are Senators?
Court of Yale John W. Wade of
preme constitutionally
LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 established to determine what Vanderbilt and William B. *
The U. S. Zanzibar that in the Indian
assures our ships are Ocean on a
legislation is in accord with Lockhart of Minnesota
friendly mission and we can lick anybody who aren't.
SUBJCUPTION RATUKOMI the Constitution, may decide. These and other distin- says
Certainly the layman cannotdo guished lawyers from major *
DtUVUTiOn more than guess. cities of the United States included Republicans will meet to study the farm problem. If they can just get some

tier . . .. ..... $23.40 One menu .. .. .. It. $ 1.9S Those provisions of the bill a legal memorandum.In farm votes, all they'll need is some city votes and they'll finish a strong second.

SI* IMHtfc .. .. .... : $11.70 W..k . . . . . . J ..45On that would end bias in job opportunities It the signers said Title Two *
and in access to of the bin, outlawing discrimination The New York Mets' new stadium is not quite finished but it's a beauty.
Tkrm months $ 5.IJ .r. by .il . . $14.00
yt m
And it will be
places of public accommodation at hotels and other completed irtplenty of time for the World Series.
doing business with a public places of public accommodation *

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by license now have vigorous had two "sound constitutional President Johnson never misses a chance to say how well the economy Is
endorsement from a distin bulwarks." doing We'll soon ell be rich enough to afford the coffee to keep us awake
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 guished panel of 22 lawyers. while he tells us about it.

They include four past presidents THES THE LEGAL memorandum *

of the American Bar Association said, are Congress's A bank failure leaves Uncle Sam holding a $100,000 mortgage on a bawdy

t fo I and three former at power to regulate interstate house and just when we have no vice president to put in charge.


I"t- '
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!!I'UAitWASHINGTON! :- ,__. ,." ",,: , '. .. ,,

r I LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday AprU 23. I/s0 8
REPORT ,. - - ... ... :

Adlai May Be AskedTo I i Kashmir Sheik Feels Moment Of Power SHOP


Join Senate RaceBy By CONRAD FINK argued for self-determination In threat of war the dispute both India and Pakistan are Extremist independence leaders, WARNOCK'SFor
Associated English, Urdi. Hindi Persian
Press. Writer
creates. fully committed to retain the especially the Moslem Nation Lakeland's Best
...... NEW DELHI (AP) Sheik and Arabic He became the "The world Is "
I Kashmir State's Premier In watching us parts of Kashmir they now hold alists, have already fallen out
Mohammed Abdullah of Kashmir be tells ragged bands of his and that neither with Abdullah because they feel FURNITUREBUYS
FULTON LEWIS JR. is 1948 under Indian auspices anda government
United States a man who feels
on the moment poverty-stricken followers in
he Is too moderate Abdullah
WASHINGTON DesperateNew verge of removing missiles in history has arrived. He prisoner of the Indian government -of the can safely back down from its
I York Democrats may from these countries, any is determined not to let it be in 1953 when he arguedtoo have a way chance villages.of succeeding"We now" claims to all of the state. has unleashed a great vave of
nationalism and
riding crest
Adlai loudly.
turn to Stevenson al a ," wasted.He EVERY NITE
Because he Is to talks Wave Has Started is likely to be in the
November opponent for Republican Now released because of New open tricky coming
Bartlett and can hit the heads of admirers
l Senator Ken Keating. also Alsop charged Delhi's fear his continued detention with Prime Minister Nehru next Abdullah also recognizes that weeks.
that Stevenson had proposed with a cane and make Wednesday Abdullah 9
would being million Kasamiris
The portlyU spark an explosion 4V4 would
N. Ambua -! WIa surrender of the Guan- ed them feel they have been touch- Abdullah has room to maneuver intentionally vagut' in his have a tough time making a goof TILL ".M,
tanamo the hand
r to being Bay naval base as a a saintAbdullah speeches on just what he proposes It alone even If he could persuade MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
boomed for' possible solution to the crisis, who wants to lead He seems convinced that to do with Kashmir The his two huge neighborsto .
the race by, when Stevenson denied the the muses but not be mauledby world opinion, especially In the only thing certain is that he in- pack up and go home. 102 'I.*4 Memorial Ky. A"..11v. .
Alex Rose Influential t his allegation Alsop revealed that them cut a wide swath with United States and Britain, is tends tq become leader of the No matter how realistic this MU 2.2222OPEN
Vice information had come from his cane last week as he strode favorable as never before for state impossible. As a political talk may be, It is not what the
chairman o f the ambassador's closest UN almost regally through tens of a settlement of the Kashmir realist Abdullah recognizes that Kashmir! crowds want to hear.
aide Clayton Fritchey thousands of adoring Kashmiris IN, hl adv, b oasdldd.)
the state'sLiberal issue. He feels the world is tired ...
---- ---
WHEN THE ,Ji!, _. JI1,1!_:
Party. resulting up. One near hysteria Kashmiri of the constant wrangling between -' ;1I<"'.1iIIIFIIii_ Jr'f
Rose has guaranteed roar subsided Stevenson again lung himself on Abdullah in a India and Pakistan over I
Adlai found himself a center of controversy. small town outside Srinagar, control of the state and the
The liberal Washington Kashmir and got Abdullah's .
"most enthusiastic -
LEWIS Poet, a Journal that cane across his forehead In reply ' KENTUCKY YOUTH
support"and had long backed Stevenson, I' SYMPHONYLEXINGTON IONITE 9 H
kingpin Ed- -
reported that a Communist Ky tfv-Ninety
ward Aides Clear 'TiL
Costikyan has said h "would of
course discuss"the
Tito's Yugoslavia was "ac The admirer staggered tern dedicate as much time to playing -
nomination with Steven- ceptable" to the ambassador porarily stunned. When he recovered classical music u many of
ton Liberal Democrats and certain other U. S. policy he shouted "Abdullah their peen do listening to rock' AND EVERY THURS., FRIDAY, MON.
argue makers. Zlndabad"-long live Abdullah
n'roll. The Central Kentucky
that Stevenson is
the only man Stevenson denied the report. Aides armed Youth Symphony is now In its
who with long poles
carry on a "mean
ingful dialogue" with Keat cratic Note:National Prior to the Demo- walked at Abdullah's side, swatting 16th year. OVER 1000 FREE PARKING SPACES

ing, the Senate's No. One ex- Convention in with gusto to clear the way. The group made an appear-
Castro Cuba. 1960, Stevenson was endorsed None of this made ance In Carnegie Hall in 1958
pert on While dif
Keating has no comment on by munist the East German Com- ference when the "Lion of Kash and played for President and DOWNTOWN 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
radio. In a February Mrs. Kennedy at the White
the Democratic slate-making ml began his golden-tongued
there is little doubt he would for the broadcast Ulbricht, a spokesman oratory on self-determination.The House in 1963.
regime char- -- - --- -- --

relish Stevenson Stevenson a campaign was lost his New opponent.in which York greatest the acterized Democrats personality Stevenson as among"the' appeal Part crowds of Is 59-year-old loved his extraordinary it and Abdullah's him. FAT .IRfDA\IRII f6 f52.. AW' hI II\VIEI AlR'YJ

a with
man a
State by more than 848,000 bearing He stands a ramrod OVERWEIGHT
positive attitude toward the
straight 6 feet 8 and alternates
votes In his first White House
problems of our time . .
a Arallabl to wtiho-it a doctor'spr.erl
stern you
try and four yean later, in a countenance with engaging -
man under attack from tinn, our drug called ODRINEX.
1958, Dwight 1 Eisenhower smile. His long white Toil mutt boa ugly: fat.r
opponents. lowing robe and wool Moslem your money back. No itnnuou o
trounced him than
1589.000 ballots.by more Later, the that year on electioneve cap accentuate his height. taking scroll. of, latttlTvH o-ealld, raduolng mt...i.ean-or jr > *vf* * f ays

Kennedy-Johnson But more of Abdullah's appeal dies, cracker or """kl.., or ohw-
WHILE KEATING Is no ticket was endorsed New ODRINEX I. tab. (MfltCHf*
by Is due to his Ins gum a tiny
Eisenhower, the Issues, par York's eloquent advocacy lt and aaiilly *w.llowd Wb.n
Hungarianlanguage of Kashmiri desires! for you Uk* ODRINBX. you (till enjoy LWAYS PT QUAU1 J 24th 2 5th .
ticularly those in the field of
newspaper Magyar Szo. The a in their future which your rn* l till *at th*. fond you
foreign policy would be clear- paper a Communist organ say Ilk., but you .Imply don t h... th* '
ly drawn Keating, who blew said probably would mean separa ura. lor sate portion beu
in a front-page editorial: ion from the Indian Union for ODRINFX d.pr.s.ea your app-
the whistle on Khrushchev's "It is our opinion that the tit. and lI.r..*.. your dnlr for
Independence or ties with Paki- .
food Tur weight mu.t com.
Cuban build-up, tops the Castro only way to defeat reaction Itan. down h.o.u.. a* your own doctor
hate parade today Is the rejection of Nix- will Ull you when you oat )I...
Since 1931 Abdullah has .
!lass. O ( rid o' nr.
I Not so Stevenson. Within 48 on . we should not disregard 1- ---- - - fat and llv. lonir. ODRINEX
hours after Sen. John Kennedy's the fact . that such ---I.....1. ISM and I. .014 on this
MOVED TO 'QUAKANTEB: : If not aatltld for
, election Presidentin
as liberal
politicians as Stevenson
i 'any non u.t raturn Ihs paok-
1960, Radio Havana pluggedfor and President Roosevelt's I 118 W. LEMON ST. **. ta your druggist and get your
Stevenson's selection as I full money back No qutton
widow belong to the Democratic I a.k.a. ODRINEX I. wad wits thl
i U, S. Secretary of State. Luis Party and may exert lanier Upshaw, guarnnta :
! Gomez Wanguemert, the rab Influence upon the policy of I .. ewe ..,- MIRRILL.. DUO MART -
0. Mnwe P.-h. .. M.. I 114 MAIN MAIL'
ble-rousing radio-1V voice of a Democratic President." I .'-1 a....... 1"_._ I OMDIMS 'ILLED.AdV.. 1 I dfiliTI
Castro's revolution took to
the airwaves on November 10,

1960' and said"There is a: ray of hope if I

Stevenson is designated Secretary I LAKELAND DRUGRESTAURANT
of State by Kennedy,
who is personally linked to
the oligarchy of the imperial- PENNEY'S
ists. Stevenson is a man of
great talent and political ex /
perience. If he becomes Secretary

we can expect at leasta I
new review of the Cuban "ltJOST V1\'VSVtL"
1'- qufstioa"Vhifth might lead to"thedusi ,
, that Washington 604 West Memorial ''Blvd. REDUCED
has been Vm the wrong

track as." far as Cuba Is' concerned NeXT TO 'OODTOWN SUPERMARKET I Ireg.L.


missile crisis, two of Kennedy' i "
closest Journalistic :j

friends, Charles Bartlett and 2 D..lephlt-1..llIta Prka Dax1
Stewart Alsop charged In the IFILM3 for 88c N ::

Saturday Evening Post that frail Ie.....' flllII Ij

Stevenson They of quoted Castro.had urged an Administration appeasement - N.w Shlplllellt Atlas Clocks w.a i:Ck , , , , $239 ;! now prs.EVERY .

"Adlai official wanted as a saying Munich.that He Regular 29c Isopropyl Regular 19c 4.0. i

wanted to trade Turkish, Italian
and British missile bases ALCOHOL HYDROGEN PAIR OF PENNEY'S FABRIC CASUALS Is built to rigid Penney stondords! Your ouuronco that per. .

for the Cuban bases." PEROXIDE 9c ,I' feet fit, greater comfort and longer wear are part of every pair . and at no extra cost, tool! EVERY PAIRIS

While Stevenson was busy Pint 9" I SANITIZED) TREATED to give you clean, hygienic freshness 'n better w.orr
denying the Bartlett-Alsop allegation (Limit I ) IU..1t 11Rey. I
one of his staunchest -
defenders, a nationally- ; t, BOYS I
syndicated Washington Columnist 4511' (eLl..1t II ... $1.00 Size LltI"I" Sh..p. 1

was revealing Kotcx 29- I.Prell 68 '
"Stevenson did propose the ga (Limit U) .
for the removal
Idea of negotiating
of both Russian missiles '

In Cuba and American missiles 'I'

England from especially Italy Turkey since and the For Restaurant Takeout Service

Phone MU 2-9074
Broward Court Ii


Clerk Said I.,. 9b Will" 'roo' CI..,.... 115.1., 91e A.rot" I

$55,167 Short 49 ''SPRAY 59 Air cooled cotton army duck uppers Air cooled cotton nomaling duck up- Air cooled cotton enameling duck up '
Lighter . .Each Hop . . . with matching rubber tea cop. Blue, pen with molded rubber outwit. pert with molded rubber outtola.

TALLAHASSEE T-State Au 'I block 'n rtd. Sins B 8V'j to 3, D 4 Block, whit. Sizes D 10 to 2. White, block Slzti D 10 to 2,

ditor Ernest Ellison accused Regular $1,00 (Limit 1) to 3. 2 pairs $5 2 pairs $S 2 pairs $5
Broward County Circuit Court
Clerk W. E. Bunch Tuesday of, GIRLS
being $53,167 short I in his account 'Metal Leaf Rake Each 68OJ

and having no records to . . . . :
was used for,
official business. | l

In a letter, written April 17 in
auditor's charge LIMit 1 1.Ie. $I.GO U".5" Coli.... Male
reply to the I
filed with him April (. Bunch I Zest 25 Bath Towels 63 :
said he used the money to buys; Soap , : M ';:
bonds. He said be sold the bonds :

earlier this month and replaced 8se.l.r 69s D.o/.ra.e 1)) R. elaa 83e 60 TsII.MArrid l
J55.200 In the account |
\, w
In an audit of Bunch's records . . . Such 460 Excedrin 660 I ,
from Nov. 21. 1962 to Dec. 31,1
1963 Ellison said his auditors P
found a cash deficit of $55,167.1 Children or Adult (Limit 1 Bottle) Air cooled cotton army duck uppers, Air cooled cotton army duck uppers, Comfy round too deign for air cooled .
including Sll.500 from the regis with, rubber cop-to feature for longer with dim, 'n trim' tapered tool! Correct cotton army duck uppers Correct bolo +.
try of court fund. All of the mon w.otl! Buff color crape dailgn rubber balance arch? Buff color crepe design one or h. Buff color crepe deign
ey was drawn by checks of large Glycerine Suppositories 21 outtote/ A 8Vi to 3, C.4 to 3. rubber cuticle. A, C 8to 3. rubber outwle A 8'i'\ to 3, C 4 to 3.
amounts signed by Bunch he . . . 2 pain $5 2 pairs $S 2 pain $5

said.The audit was turned over to| II 0. Heavy Dab eLl.1t 21) .... Sh ",,,.k o/It. ,.,., I MEN I I WOMEN!
the state comptroller for action.
Fluidcall43 Towels 37f.
Brake . . Roll

No School ..,. Ns THtli '.tIto (Link 21 ..,.79, dui.lea' D.abl. Edell Schick lurk I e

Holiday FridayFriday 48f. Blades.
1 Stripe Tub. . . .. . . )k"58f.
will be a regular

school Earlier day.this after year all.Friday had _.,. $1..9 $...... ILIMIt II I Rq.be $I..' Yaliut Travel

been set aside as a teacher's Tick And
99f. I Iron
work day which means a flea Spray . . . . . . .
holiday.for pupils. I I
That's all been changed, I
however. I 4f. R.eul.r tI, 2.... (LIMit II)

lost In when order pupils to make and up teachers the day : Moth Balls Lb. 29 Blis..To-sol 67f. Air cooled cotton nomellng Air cooled cotton enomrmg Air cooled cotton nomling Top.rd too lost give slim

were given a day off after the : duck uppers with" molded rubduck uppers with buff detlgn. duck uppers with molded rublook to cotton army duck up.
assassination of l'residentI I I ber outiol" White, block. ed rubber crape outsole. Cotbar outiol/ WhIte, block pars! Buff color crep design\
Kennedy the work day wu I Sine 0 6'i to 12 ori Stiff D 6-12 Size D, 6'S to 12. rubber outiole. M and B
cancelled, and pupils and Free Prescription Delivery Service Phone MU 2-2149 2 pairs' $5 2 pairs 55 2 pairs $5 4 to 10. 2 pairs $5
teachers will be at their desks w
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LEDGER_ Thursday,_ AprtTtt, W4 /J. U. S. Jets Railroads 1,200 Boys ExpectedFor

I Karl Sees RedistrictingAs In RangeTo Unions End Baptist.. Meet Here

Solution To Problems Hit Cuba Strike Threatheaded Between 1.000 and 1,200 boys elude registration at 8 a.m. with

aged 9 to 17 will descend on a program beginning at 8.45:
Lakeland's First Baptist Church talks by Epps and Dupreo and
to help our U.S. senators with Industry to make milk price ,FIDO Supersabre jet at Homestead by Secretary of Labor tomorrow for the 11th annual special conferences led by Wes

the civil rights bill. I wonder if controls unnecessary. Air Force Base south ofMiami W Willard Whiz who emerged Florida Royal Ambassador ter; G. A. Ratterree, secretaryof

the rules of the U.S. Senate have Burns told his audience he A wing runs as high as red-eyed and exhausted from Congress. The meeting is one the Florida Brotherhood Department
was confident he would pass the 75 planes. day and night effort at untangling and Bob Galbraith
I been changed. I didn't know an of three held In florida. ;
first primary and he was readyto : Two other Air Force Tac'lcal one of the longest and associate secretary: of the de
i The first event of the two-day
ex-state senator could take the take whatever came up in the fighter wings are stationed at most complicated labor quar. partment.
affair will be a mission tour
floor and speak there." second primary campaign. : MacDill Air Force Base at Tampa D. C. Laird South Florida
at 3 tomorrow led Dr.
p.m. by
Mathews said of his In St. Peters bur g. Mayor
some opponents Association R. A. leader, will
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- T. M. Johns superintendent of
Robert King High of Miami accused rr.o !'itllVne the Florida Baptist Children'sHome. 'also act as one of the local hostsat
Mathews of being a silk :. ,1'tdt# l? t the congress

: {l}!(; ; stocking pork chopper who . 0_4 ,-,.\._ the. convention The opening will ceremonyof be at 7 I The congress will end with a
p ".,. ".- -< OJ." would not push legislative ell In the annals of collective p.m. in the sanctuary of First session at U am Saturday including
I apportionment based upon population One wing is made up of the largaming. Baptist according to JohnJuirk talks by Ratterree and

were doing such a good F4C Phantoms, considered the The unions won pay Increasesfor Ambassador Wester. Another mission tour
\ job of hanging themselves with High said Mathews had told finest plane of its kind any railroad yard employes ex- leader, Royal at the church. (R.A.) Is scheduled Saturday afternoon.

ridiculous promises that all he the 1963 Senate he would not where and the other wing is posse money for overnight lay- During fellowship periods the

needed to do was report what vote for his own county to be. composed of the older but still overs, maintenance of present Dupree To Talk RAs will view exhibits constructed -

they were saying. "even' a little more fairly represented potent F84F Thunderstreak. mileage payments, and seven; Included in the opening night by boys of the host

Burns Makes Promise in the state senate; sc .< There are Navy and Marine paid holidays for hourly-paid ceremonies will be talks by church.

In Tampa Mayor Haydon what can the other people of jets at Key West only 90 miles employes. Larry pupree All .American
Burns of Jacksonville continued Florida who now suffer from a from the Cuban coast I '

to promise firm opposition to lack of representation expect ti" ;. :: The 75,000 ton carrier Sara Cut Employes halfback Florida, Jack at the Epps University, secretary of Argument

f federal, state or city govern. from him?" : : toga and the 50,000 ton Roosevelt The railroads gained the right of United Christian Action; Bill

ment controls on private Indus High said Burns had refused. "t-' ; ,. -with about 200 planes between to cut the number of employes Wester Southern Baptist missionary Over
help other metropolitan mayors to
A. 0 0 them-could move closeto now required to man self-profiled to Nyasaland from
try.If, elected governor, he said. form a n apportionment : V o ,-",. ;.. Cuba in relatively few hours track maintenance equip- Tampa; and the Rev Arthur

\ he would I work with. the_milk plan._ _ _ __ _ _ The Air Force and Navy have nent and limited use of train Rich, pastor of First Baptist. Prayer Issue
the advantage of knowing with crews for yard work under cer- Charles Howard minister of
China HIGH LEVEL DEMONSTRATION-A demen.r.ror sits stop a precision the location and layoutof ain conditions. education at the church will I
Moscow Fear Red WASHINGTON (AP-The Issues -
high snail b..m .t the Florida .hib.i .t N.w York's World' Felr. each of Cuba's 24 SAM (surface Union withdrawal of demandsfor lead the singing of prayers in public schools
I H. finally U. .d onto a canvas roof and was promptly armttd by to air missile) bases.
overtime for road
pay em- A fellowship time will follow does not pit the godly against
1 May Compete In Europe police. Tho Florida oihibit was ana of many disrupted by civil right! iloyes and night pay for all the evening program.Saturday's the godless, say several members -
dtmonitratora. (AP Wir.phorol) classes of train crewmen also
JacksonvilleNAACP : activities will inBanker's of the House Judiciary
By WILLIAM L. RYAN long time But Mao's Idea appears represented gains for management Committee.

I .AP Special Correspondent I to be to start modestly, Florida Exhibit Dedicated Aroused by the tone of early
perhaps with Red China and Has The only unresolved Issue was Cup witnesses in the committee'shearings

Moscow; displays fear that France as the nucleus of suchan the railroads' proposal to combine on proposed constitutional -

; Red China has a long-range organization. Despite DemonstrationsNEW Quiet March some divisional train runs, 'ManOfYear1To amendments to permit
smash out of its Isolation -
plan to and
I Japan West Germany thus lengthening the number of school prayers, several members
and throw its weight around Italy would be approached later YORK (AP) Florida's ludes palm trees and tropical miles before crews must be reieved. erupted In protest Wednes.

in .Western Europe in cornpeti- and perhaps latetj on even the $3.5 million World's Fair layout oilage. JACKSONVILLE (AP) An Be NamedWINTER day and demanded future wit.

tloh with both the United States British if Britain should lose dedicated Wednesday amid A tall tower, topped by a giant aura of peace and quiet appeared This Issue will b ereferred to nesses address themselves to

and the Soviet Union. what Mao regards as her subservience was orange, attracts attention to the to prevail today on the a national committee of labor HAVEN-The Bank- the constitutional issues only

The plan might seem farfetched to Washington. Someday the circus like atmosphere of pavilion and can be seen for sometimes troubled racial scenein and management and two private -er's Cup "Man of the Year" They had heard repeated ref.

now but evidently the also Latin-American na- civil rights demonstrations anda miles. Jacksonville mediators award will be announced Tues erences to cynics, atheists and

Soviet Communist party is takIng ions and others might be invited young aerialist who tried to It was unruffled by a march day night at the Lake Region "strange and obnoxious" per.

an extremely dim view of mount the pavilion's 60-foot high for Integration by more than 200 Yacht and Country Club with sons opposing the amendments,

It, apparently nursing lively So the Soviet Communists are Man Denies members of the National Association Herb Apple master of ceremonies -and the "anti-God" natureof
tower. Federation
the Chinese are of developing for the Advancement of State .
suspicions that accusing the Chinese doing the honors Al Davis the Supreme Court's 1962 decision
up to no good. the notion that government Goy Farris Bryant, here to Colored People through downtown Chamber of Commerce executive banning official school

The Soviets describe the Chinese -al 1 leaders of France, West Germany dedicate the exhibit Ignored the Brutality I streets at the rush hour Of Music Clubs vice president said yesterday prayers.

plan as "the intermediate Japan and possibly even rain and the demonstrations and : Wednesday afternoon Rep John V. Lindsay, R.N.V.,

zOne theory." The Soviet Communist Britain should be looked upon 'greeted guests Uniformed Florda -' Violence Disclaimed But not even the master of was the first to complain. "I

party's top theoretical by Communists as potential allies State Highway Patrol troopers -To Inmates Plans Meeting ceremonies will know who the hope members who seriously

journal, Kommumst.. denounces against the United Sta'es stayed at his side. "We are not a violent people winner is until the last minute. question the issue raised here
said H. Pearson
jtlje entire thing as a serious perhaps, by Implication, this I "The New York police are going TALLAHASSEE (APDon- and Rutledge of the NAACP, state 'The seventh Junior Convention -The matter Is an annual secret are not going to be chargedwith

danger to the world Communist means allies against Khru- to handle this" Bryant said ald B. Hommell Jr., fighting ex- who city was president In the front row'of the of the Florida Federationof with a secret screening committee being anti-God" he said
movement. shchev's supporters whom Pe- This Is a New York problem tradition to Delaware blasted as Music Clubs will take place now lifting recommenda Lindsay said witnesses should
: marchers "It further dramatiz.
The way the Soviets see it, kina calls renegades from com but we have to bear the bruntof political and false that he was ed the fact that we are able to tomorrow and Saturday at the tions. The decision will be relate the proposed amendmentsto

the Chinese have decided to re- munism. It." brutal to Inmates of Ferris Correctional In nonviolent and _ Cherry Plaza Hotel in Orlando. finally made Just prior to the the First Amendment's pro-
move a neace-
gird Japan West_ Germany! School for Boys whilea ful - I Attending from Lakeland will banquet. vision that "Congress shall
France, Britain and Italy as nations Some From FloridaA guard manner. be Mrs. Freda S. Levy. chairman According to Davis, a numberof make no law respecting an establishment -
He tallied It also of
a vote
under "the bondage of I Ludwig ErhardIn spokesman said about 15 of Hommell said the chargeswere confidence by the Negro com of the Tuesday Music Junior prominent Winter Haven area of religion or prohibiting

American Imperialism" and the civil rights demonstratorsnear filed after he resigned his munity for what their leadersare Club: Mrs Rudolph Ittlm-men are up for the honor. the free exercise thereof -

t therefore are wooing those countrles. BrusselsOn the state exhibit came from post and moved his family to and ger, well.known piano Instructor Attendanc. Limited ,
doing-spot picketing
Florida The rest, he said were Fprt Pierce. Then he laid the sit.ins at those downtown hotels ; ; and her daughter, Ingeborg, "This has been called the bul.
'The Implication Is that Peking State Visit from New Jersey and Boston American Civil Liberties Union and restaurants which remain who will audition for a state The Tuesday night affair will wark of the republic," he said

4 \t offering future prospects of a Police arrested some for refus. took the cases of some 15 Inmates "no award having earned a superior get underway with a (:30 social:"and the question before us now
market of three quarters of a BRUSSELS -Wllt German ng to leave the exhibit area who charged Hommell segregated" plus a buying, rating In the Festival held in hour, followed by the dinner''is. 'Do we want to change the

I bUllon people, and Inviting these Chancellor Ludwig Erhard ar While Bryant held a news conference with brutality.The campaign.Pearson reminded the march Lakeland on March 7. ,.the presentation and a dance. First Amendment' It must be

countries to get In on the ground rived from Bonn today for a one demonstrator-ap- 'when Attending the banquet tomorrow The banquet is limited to 250 discussed without any suggestion -
brutality charged In the ers, mostly teen-agers, wilt be Mr. and Mrs. Ray fint-come, first.lerved..nd that those who seriously
I, floor. two-day official visit to Belgium. parently not one of the pickets-
Delaware warrants I Included they passed the civic auditoriumat .
Peking will remain unlm Erhard reportedly; wants to tried to climb the roof of the mond Dudley A highlight of the 200 mark is fast approachIng. question any change art somehow .
punching and kickilg the teenagers the St. Johns River that they
Moscow's the convention will be a concert Reservations should be anti-God, or Anil-children
pressed by wrath. strengthen contacts with Btl pavilion. The young white man,
all. under IS and should buy nothing but food and for
Early this year, Mao Tse.tun glum which at one of the (hree dressed In tan trousers and I a yean medicine. by Mr. Dudley. noted concert requested through the Winter anti mother." J" j v.
the Chinese Communist leader, small countries In the European raincoat, disappeared when afire forcing them to stand with their pianist and faculty member of Haven Chamber of Commerce. Rep Jacob H. Gilbert;1>-, ;

talked with visiting politicians common market, has some fears truck arrived with laddersto arms outstretched. Group Walks Quietly Florida Southern College. Tickets are $4.50 single $9 i complimenting Lindsay for

from France. He/ is reliably reported -about a Bonn-Pans' Axis. get him down. Attacks Charged Except when they sang Integration per couple. I bringing the subject out Into the

to have broached the The German Chancellor will The Florida exhibit Is the second Hommell said he worked In songs and listened to Puerto Rican Dress will be informal: sports'open called for an end "to all

idea of a "third world" even'also meet with common market largest at the fair It l Is composed the maximum security section of two brief talks and a prayer at coats or business suits for men; veiled accusations."

to suggesting that some central officials tomorrow to discuss the of a main exhibit hall, the the school and was forced several -!the riverfront pause the group Held In Death summer party dresses for "This Issue is not between the
organization be set up for a formal problem of a single grain pricein porpoise pool two floating buildings .1 I times to defend himself walked quietly As they passed' women. godly and the godless, Gilbert
beginning. the six-nation bloc. West Ger. on a lakeand a model Flor- from attack. one hotel where they have demo Of Haven NegroWINTER The cup winner last year and said. "It is not even a religious

Nothing has come of that and many has 'conditions for aj Ida' house. The $100,000 landscape I onstrated several times each In 1958. was W, E. Rynerson. question. It Is a serious constitutional -
Gov Farris ordered
Bryant News Chief
nothing may come of It for 'a final agreement on this point on the 3.12 acre. site In- marcher raised his right hand. HAVEN A 30- editor publisher. question which all
the extradition determine Other
hearing to
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One of the leaders explained"we year-old Puerto Rican transient -
whether to honor Del aware's William Langdon 1948 and 1948-
are saluting bulwark of fruit picker has been ,
request for Hommel's return a with second-degree i9; Dick Pope Sr., 1929 and 1934, Birth records maintained at
to face the charges. Bryantwas segregation charged 'John May. 1923-24 and 1920. Marineland of Florida show '

1026 E. Memorial Blvd. Lakeland out of town until Monday.Hommell's A few white people watched murder In the Sunday night Three women have won, the I' that the new born porpoise calf ,,1
from sidewalks and one group of slaying of a Negro In an argument -
attorney, Rufus "man of the year" award: being an air-breathing mammal
I $5 loan Maines '
motorists ,
Impatient began to over a
,Jefferson of Tallahassee said Priscilla Eleveth Rich Mrs win within ten seconds swim to
honk horns but most of this Waters of the Winter Haven
Hommell cooperated voluntarily ; I Robert Hancock and Mrs. Fran the surface for its first breath
of about police department said today.
metropolitan area 500-
with the FBI on the case. He cos Brigham. I of air.
said Hommell committed no 000 paid no attention. I Charged with the fatal stabbing !
Mayor Haydon Burns' office of Bennie Frank Hill Is 1
crime under! Delaware law
Issued a permit for the paradeand Domingo Deglado Rlvoro.

city police diverted traffic Hill died shortly after he gave bituariuWILBERT ;

from the route.Mulberry. chase to his assailant, who allegedly -
i Two Nominated stabbed him after a

brawl outside a restaurant,
when Hill tried to borrow 15. RUTH RITES FOR MR. WELLINGTON
ONTGOMERY I For 'Top Office Negro unsuccessfully. The police department Wilbert Ruth 72, of 829 S. Funeral service for Olen E.:

has said that there Pennsylvania Ave. died last Wellington, 88, of 13( Idaho
Arrested On night at Lakeland General Hos Ave., who died yesterday will
was friction between the two
WARD Of Haven LegionWINTER much of the previous week. pital. He was a native of Pennsylvania be held tomorrow afternoon at
II' and came to Lakelanda 2 o'clock at the Gentry-Morri

HAVEN Don Whisky ChargeMULBERRVA year ago from BloomingGlen son Funeral Home chapel, with

Koehl.r, present first vice- 80 ArrestedIn Pa. He was a memberof burial in Oak Hill Burial Park.In .

I commander of the Frierson- 47-year-old the Grace Lutheran Church addition to those listed

Nichols post American Mulberry Negro was being Oklahoma and a veteran of World War I. earlier, survivors Include a sis.

I Legion;; and Ben Ashmead adJutant held in county jail 'today on He is survived by a brother ter, Mrs. Maud Parker, of Kala-

I were nominated for five charges dealing with illegal Grover Ruth, of Lansdale. Pa. mazoo Mich.
office of Commander for the w lsky. Race Battle Funeral services and burial Friends may call at the funeral

I coming year at the post's Alfred Morris who Is being will be In Quakertown Pa home tonight from 7 until
I, held under bonds totaling Thornton Memorial Homo Is in 9 o'clock
weekly meeting.
GUTHRIE.. Okla (AP) -
i I The following I I I additional $2,500 was charged with possession About 80 Negroes and whites! charge of arrangements
nominees were named; For of moonshine whisky, RITES FOR MR. ADKINSON

I first vice commander, Bill possession of fermented were night arrested In a street here battle Wednesday brought I RITES FOR MR. ELLIS Funeral services for EdwinS.

WE'RE SORRY Monies; second vice commander I whisky mash possession of a under control by fire hoses Funeral services for David Adkmson of the Hilltop Trailer -
third still possession of raw material Park, who died yesterdaywill
Chester Schoonover; hastily summoned police from Thomas Ellis II, of 1024 Lexington
vice commander, Bill Watson; used In the manufactureof nearby cities and state who died Monday were be held tomorrow morning
finance officer, Ken Duke; whisky and with being a trooper held yesterday afternoon at the at 10 o'clock at the Gentry.

I chaplain Jay Cofer; historian second: offender In illegal The violence erupted at the chapel of the Thornton Me- Morrison Funeral Home with
burial be in .
J. W. Glass and Ed Hendrix; whisky operation. end of Oklahoma's BOer Day, morial Home, with the Rev. to Arlington Cemetery

sergeant at arms Laurence Morris was arrested when celebration and Involved fist Richard Woodman, Unitarian on Monday.
May and Bill Corbin. state beverage agents raideda minister from Tampa officiating. Friends may call at the funeral -
Due to circumstances control the fights and brick and beer can home from
beyond our For executive committee: still near Nichols at about At least tonight 7 until
throwing one man was
4 am today. No other details 9 o'clock.
(three to be elected) Billy injured by a blow on the head.
Ross Raiden Elmo Hood Bill were Immediately available RITES FOR MR. DICKINSON
Guthrie Police Chief C. H
5,000 orchids ,that were to be given away Clarke Luther M. Reel, Ed -j Noble said It was not a race Funeral services for CharlesH. CLYDE WILLIAMS!
Marotti and J, R Anderson. Dickinson of West Palm Clyde Wit.
riot but said both and
Negroes ham,, 43, of Auburndale died
I Next week nominations will Beach were held yesterday at
free Wednesday morning did not arrive from be received from the floor and Camera ClubMembers whites policeman were said Involved.a number A Guthrie of, the Gentry-Morrison Chapel. The yesterday hospital. In a north Florida

the election will be sometime
and Rev. W. B. Mundy director of
In May state con young Negro youths Florid Southern Williams was a native of Dublin -
I admissions at
Discuss dance
moved to a Negro-area
Hawaii in time. vention.. hall after _rodeo show. ,College officiated. Burial was with In Survivors are three sisters

Annual SessionLakeland Says Threat Shouted the Roselawn Cemetery Mrs. Adell McCoy, and Pearly
CITRUS SHIPMENTS He said ho heard a shouted Masonic graveside services. Williams both of Auburndale;
members of
Pallbearers were
racial threat by one of the and Mrs. Eiell Watson, of Eastman

Have Now Arrived Store! I ''WINTER.HAYEN 'AP-5t.t. eJlno. Camera Club memo young persons. It was near the Masonic Lodge No. 91.
They In Our Ga.; three brothers. Nod
tne-eti. a.r... Ii .... ,...or' In$0't bers last to discuss
met night
dance hall
......., that the mass Williams and Almine Williams
0. the annual meeting of The broke
fighting out.
RillBo ass both of Auburndale; and Clarence -
,. I1..:::::::,::::;: ::: ;.77 43. Florida Camera Club Council "Every time we'd get one V Funeral Mullen,services of 1415 for Providence James Williams of Macon Ga.
and to the slide selection
Ladies ,please come in Friday morning and C inneri.Tol" .. .. .. .. 311 32.11"oK .IUU 4ii noi entitled study"A Study In Ice" by hoses group"calmed one down policeman with the said fire Road who died Friday were announced Funeral arrangements later by will be

7,0,51:. 'trOtl nt. member Florian Ludwlg.JSltde held yesterday at graveside in Kersey
,"another wave come Funeral Home of Auburndale.
Roselawn The Rev.
competition followedand Cemetery. -
from another direction.
get 'your free orchid and accept our apologiesv. CATTLE AUCTIONS. I winners were,announced as For three days celebrants had Father William J. O'Farrol. of
follows- St. Joseph's Church officiated.
A been whooping It up marking
JACKSONVILLE: IAP)-Pwdn rattlortln First place "Wasp" by Mel Pallbearers were Cary Lamb AMBULANCESERVICE
and Mid itrtdr <. ...k.r .t, the 75th anniversary of the land
uctlon... ...or", Wjrf.d. >l Ar ,Lowe; second place "Horses," run that led to the settlement of Frank Cummmgs Thomas Hyde
.ad. KlMlmmn anti LI* Omk RJE
,by Ludwig, third place. "Azal and Walter Johnson. Heath Funeral -
.. ''t ):.Ml m rk.<4 1500 .om..dI Oklahoma. Similar observanceswere
\ k MOKtnhtM Statham was in charge ofarrangements.
Mrs. Chapel
Ies. by Dorothy : .. .
held throughout the state p* r pfeMM cell
I .tMTt Ai KUUatm*-'oo4 tSO-JUO:and honorable mention to Gene .
:i dlaJwkl /.oMI1JL .110 1100-1000. il.ad.rd but the big celebration was in I nrtry best offlit ttoo
3.I Hllfm: SUndtrd 11 00-1111(1.1800.. Von Leue, Mel Lowe, and .
( ...
I Cons: milltr 1500-1100. Guthrie, the .state's first capitaL I .4 ,.
aqiii Dtllllr te 00-111* Avery Thomas. '
I MONTGOMERY 'WARD D 11.' .'::1 d.r Vst'r aad nu-zso ,&iw 0505 were Mrs. Ellis Verink Doug MEMORIAL HOME ,
n 00-2.ao ... .. .
It'It d..d During the Golden Ago of _
STORE MANAGER ... .00. I Stephens and Gordon Cook. :
1141 rill H i; A*
P_ Cla_ ([Babylon King Hammurabi used ,
1550e.edom P05 s.d 400 OO '110 11.00. Or astronomy to figure out the most MIotJ>J.,. I 417 N. Mass. A"..

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: b:W' :a..L. 'F'rm.' IV t't'l'1s" ., !7i.i'>" '" .._litcrJ, d. .:i If t Baptists More Affluent, Growing LessBy I Thursday-LAKELAND April- 23, IS64 LEDGER 7

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', l.ner: t< 9Q. RfD DON MCKEE ord $$2.75 billion. provide needed direction or in'president Dr. K. Owen Woke of
( ATLANTA Ca. (AP -South.era Despite these gains, the rate spiratlon. Houston,' Tex
J. Baptists comprising the of growth II declining and there "It's an alarming situation'"I "There is a real revival and ,
said Garrison of
Searcy Atlanta
nation's largest Protestant denomination
have been sharp drops In baptisms executive of the Home awakening concern among our
are facing a dilemma secretary KlNGSWOODKEPREENfXTJVi
In Florida And Around The Nation of growing financial resources the past two years. Mission Board. He blamed it on people," he said. "This Is turn-!

STATION H. 1.. Cincinnati .......... 74 and declining spiritual Interest Baptisms dropped from 416- a trend of secularism ing the tide."
45 Mpl.-St. Paul ..... 118 43 867 to 355,325 in
Miami ...... an eight-year Dr. White said state conferences
83 74 Cleveland .......... 87 38 New Orleans ...... 83 73 period starting 1955. Last Fat Unconcerned
Jacksonville ....,.. 89 69 Denver ............. 68 41' New York .....,... 47 48 Baptist churches are collecting -the decline was 6.9 cent.year "I'm afraid we've fat on evangelism are helpIng -
Key West ......... U 75 Des Moines ....... 82 48 Omaha ............. 62 51 more money but there leaders per and 'a. grown "
Baptist unconcerned
disagree over a nation, Part of the decline is
LAKELAND ....... tIS .1 Detroit ............. IS 3S Philadelphia ....... 52 51 are fewer converts the merely
Orlando ....i...... 90 reasons but many attributethe Garrison said. "Unless we can a levelmg-off, he said, and part
66 Fairbanks, 37 32 .......
cloudy ,. ,
Pensacola .......... Pittsburgh 73 42 Since It broke with Northern decline to a national trend find some new approach, we're is attributable to what he ;
80 72' Fort Worth, cloudy 81 68' St. Louie ...........
n 57 Baptists over slavery In 1843, from "
away organized religion not going to turn this tide called
Tallahauee ........ Institutionalizing of thelchurch I
U 81 Helena snow ...... 54 33 San Francisco ...... 'ft. HI "A* ; ifcuriUM*
Tampa ............. 54 48 the loosely organized Southern Others cite growing urbanization Almost the opposite view was together with indifference -'
89 68 Honolulu, cloudy .. 83 70 Seattle ............. 110 39 Convention has
W Palm Beach .... 87S Indianapolis ....... 64 SO Washington ......,. U 48 from Baptist' Its original 33It31 grown memhen -! and--- failure.. of_the- church_ _ to. expressed_ by m the___ convention's._. ._ _ _ _ ,_ I .
Juneau ............. 52 38 .
to nearly 10 S million. Its
Atlanta ............ 78 64 Kansas City ....... n 52
Boston ............. 45 42 Los Angeles ..h.., 13 155 BAROMETER Northern counterpart the Amer
Charleston ......... 79 69 Memphis .......... 77 64 7 a.m.-30.09 lean Baptist Convention has not Come To TheFISH
experienced of
Chicago .......,.... a rate
82 48 Milwaukee ......... 59 38 1 p.m. Wedneaday-30.08 growth Its membership Is' 1.5

r..._ million.
Convention Widespread I

Southern Baptist conservative,
and fundamentalist has spread,,
Into the SO states and 54 foreign i
I countries. It operates six seminaries .: 1A BURNS" z't,
t h ..,. n 43 hospitals, and numerous -
,, y "wr ..- we a 2pl1 children's homes. ,
11 Last year. Southern r .
.. counted 10,395,940 BaPtllt"1"
, .
4> ( become officially the biggest
r4 { !
I' ;111A.. .20tr ...e .' non-Catholic denomination In' i'\
YMR the United States -'
Its contributions ran to more I -?
I than ISM million last year; Its:,
property was valued at a rec- EVERYBODY WELCOME -MEET AND HEAR

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...-_-..-,..-...._.. oWi rock -throwing Incidents I
were reported but racial flare-)

Tjr.l< 'l ,wmm.r wttthtr wn ,,.dided for Flwid tN.y with ,.rtf, Uurfy tklct sad widely ups to that fade began out Tuesday.Monday appeared I r FISH FRY
ic.tt.r4 ikewtrt. T.t..... w.r. ttftttti tt Mitr! in the 80s lads with Uw In the 60. red i Police said a highway work-
70i Unlght. Mt.nHm., a ,.th .! t.r...4... al.*. with hMry isle, h.il ,"4 itrrnif winds ,.,fht.d er. C. S. Parrott, 46, was bruised FREE BAKED BEANS & SLAW
cress tt the ....th ctntrvl U. S. Wssh.r..n.t hid ,.I..ed >trn| winrfi. AP Wirtphoto) on the left hand Tuesday by a:

stone thrown by a young Negro| ; HUSH PUPPIES
Wcat/icrcost Parrott was helping repair a
street in the Negro section of
Partly cloudy skies and warm the city. I
temperatures will continue In M A few cases of rocks thrown,I Ia DIXIELAND BAND *
the Lakeland area through tomorrow t cars were reported to police I
weathermen said to waerG w Apparently there was no damage V

day.South to southeasterly winds r AI: Partly cloudy and warm :;:; Five. Negroes picketed a restaurant -I SATURDAY APRIL /25th
will blow at I to 14 miles an tonight and Friday with widely that has not Integrated! ,
hour during the daylight hours : scattered showers. Low tonight :=m\ e- Such picketing has been a dally
dropping to less than 6 mile. I
; occurrence.Jacksonville's.
68 to 70. j
an hour at night. Moderately F0 6 at Christina Park
high humidity was expected.The I B-C-D: Partly cloudy through bi-raciaj committee p. m.
called r
with was to meet Saturday
Friday widely scattered
yesterday maximum was temperaturehere 88 degrees, .showers likely Friday after. lr succeed to Robert name Millus a chairman, who resigned to s Hwy. 37 (Mulberry Rd.) Between Lakeland & Mulberry

but minimum this morning was noon Low tonight In the 60s. I last week. P', P., A.... ", L.k...... ..r .urn. C..lt ,...
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.Tex. (AP) Nine K: Partly cloudy through Friday -lication of the Ur S. Depart .
Negroes night after were a traffic-snarling)Jailed Tuesday disturbance with widely scattered show ment of State, is a list of all Run your finger over road map and find yourself a There's a ,lot of other Jet-smooth luxury too. I
at the height of a era. Low tonight 75. treaties and other of the International United place to go. Wide seats with foam-cushioning front and rear.That' .
Texas San Jacinto Day celebration States agreements a preview of how it feels to set there (n a Luxurious wall-to-wall deep-twist carpeting/ (this
SALE APPROVED Jet-smooth Chevrolet Jmpala. year it comes with even the lowest priced Biscaynes).
Deputy Sheriff lack H. Bon- TOKYO (AP-The Japanese We've put what we think is the best suspension __ A choice of seven great engines, all precision-balanced
ner said the persons denied tSey government said today it will system in its class under this great highway per tit TRAVEL for smoother runnhig, with, four smooth-shifting .;:..
had deliberately stalled trafficat approve the sale of a second former A big husky coil spring at each wheel and TRADE tiansmissions to match. Everything that makes ::0:
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. New York Cab Drivers Take Getting- Used ToBy .7 M4.y'h

HAL BOYLE 1 nication whose vowel sounds smartly as you enter or leave.you'd Building. These are the only One final point-the matter of
better look at road places in New York City that tipping. Manhattan cabbies are ..
NEW YORK (AP)-Visitors to were borrowed from the screech your ;;
cab drivers have heard of, convinced to a man that tw
You undoubtedlyare most anybody
the World's Fair here will find of subway wheels. Its main map again.
In some other city. That although now and then you may hailing from west of the
their stay much more pleasantif words generally can be understood
ride with old-timer who recalls -Hudson River north of the
here. an
they give a little forethought by an outoftowner after just don't happen
where Grant's Tomb is. Bronx or south of Staten Island 49
to getting along with New York three days of concentrated listening Don't be surprised if your .. '
cab driven. driver bursts suddenly Into songor Never tell a driver your troubles is a tightwad. i
They are a race apart, a law I. "The New York cabby Is a starts reeling off a string of or ailments. He'll top you To really please a cabby after
Four every time If you tell him you paying your fare you should
unto themselves and are some- proud man and refuses to weara Joe Miller jokebook gags.
times as hard to predict as the uniform. If prizes were given out of five hackies here are convinced have a toothache he is almost hold out your wallet and let him
certain to reply. "What's a sore have at least 20 per cent of all
born singers or
weather. A few hints as to for sartorial neatness, he would they are
their nature and strange ways win the booby prize. His usual comedians. They go through tooth? My cousin has gallstones you have left. .
may be In order. garb consists of a beat-up cap. their acts hopeful that sooner or -and never a word.of complaintout Or you might simply arrange '
Naturally the stranger on entering an old sweater or wrinkled later one of their passengerswill of him. to adopt him. That would be
a cab here believes the windbreaker and the kind of turn out to be a television Unless the sun Is shining,cheaper, rr 4
driver must be speaking In Albanian odd trousers other people wear producer looking for new talent. brightly there Isn't much pointin rr
or some equally foreign on Halloween.Our 1 Destinations AdvisedAs I trying to hail a cab. At the The mother porpoise Generally 'q
tongue cabbies also pride them. to destinations, It Is better I first sign of rain or snow, every nurses her calf for about. 18 c
Uniform Refused of three'cabbie automatically locks his months, according to 'lifehi&tory" -
selves on lack of service. If the for you to choose one
Grand Central doors, puts up his "Off Duty" studies made at Marine- d
Actually the language is driver leaps out of his vehicle Penn Station, ran{
Brooklynese a form of commu''opens the door, and salutes you terminal or the Empire State sign _and drives i off for coffee land of Florida.


READ WINNING MAGAZINI Holdinf the ewerll winning; wlntor ed.H** .! die Teas
N O'ShenNr, L....,,4 H.
I e r VALUES 'Nr .f M,. end Mr*. M. I. J..."..., 120 C.rUren Circle hit. sad Robert. Vick. an .< M,. sad
Mrs Elmer' W. Vick, 1S23 Shire Acres Drive. The m.ej.il*. wee five the Medalist Award frm
the Columbia ScKaUale" Pr... AsecUNn. (Ledger Photo by Horper)

Tam O'Shanter Gets JohnsonTo

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M4IIk4 Columbia U. AwardStaff VisitChicago

members of Tam O'Shanter Travels On the Wings of a Butterfly w,

Lakeland High School's lit- ." CHICAGO (AP) President .
erary magazine, were recently Tam O'Shanter Is produced by Johnson, accompanied by his
notified that the magazine had the students under the directionof wife, was to make a frankly
won the Medalist Award from Mrs. Grace Blake, teacherof I political trip to this Democratic
the Columbia Scholastic Press senior English at the high stronghold today.
Association, Columbia' University school.
With Illinois' primaryeleo
Editors of the winning spring tion settled last week party
The Lakeland High School issue were Kathy Beal daughter leaders look to Johnson to help
Publication won the award In of Mr and Mrs. L. M. Beal, till the party campaign coffers
a contest that is Judged on a (13 Chester Drive and Robert for' the fall election campaign.
nationwide basis. Kieffer of Miami. Both graduated Johnson is scheduled to speak
The Lakeland periodical received last year.Heading before more than 6,000 personsat
i 974 of a possible 1,000 the staff which pro McCormick Plate tonight In
points to win the contest. The duced the winning winter editionare the largest JlOO-a-plate dinner
judges cited the publication for editor-in chtef Sharon Hoi- ever held In Chicago.The .
co"Smrl ./or l lull fioprndt Quahty StalaAre CORNINGWAIU its "attractive covers, its well- ton daughter Mr. and Mrs money will\ go to the

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Break.resistant, dishwasher.proof,4.In Perfect balance,smoothly finished edges. Use for cooking, awing. freezing, storing articles"Two daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maur. Mayor Richard J. Daley. I
the cheerful "Poppy" pattern 88 Choose. from "Cabana and 'Arbor $ measuring mixing and heating! 95 1963 editions were enteredin ice E, Johnson, 3202 Carleton
.'prom .a cue .e.aa/ $9 Rost. 2 995 2MJKP* .Id auaa $19 1,700 Men To Guard ,
.. The spring issue Circle East and Robert Vick
a avid bo a YCM buII..d' ha ..honor land. !,.e fen",.,....w W woes .111.- ; ..
.,Itwr ..eln..dl.. bo oI. Imn' "Mnr, ....1o bA' aa __ ere rdar. 4 aucM.kMthod carried out the theme of "Hap son of Mr and Mrs. Elmer W. Security precautions are the
d.s:eyour.a's to t n.o :i=Y.::' 5'abartUoasr pines Is A Warm Puppy The Vick 1523 Shore Acres Drive. heaviest Chicago ever has made
.1 P.or1 obro.. raoe .I sew nn't.rk winning winter edition developedthe with 1,700 city policemen and
central idea of "Civilization;!Man Rescued U.S. Secret Service men readyto
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=,- ; -'-; 1 coeeptetd f use arrive
'From Water Johnson was scheduled to -
at O'Hare at 4:45: p.m.
: Re-Elect Then Charged (Eastern Standard Time). **
The President who ,poke'at
nnlrsiAr .. An CORSICANA Tex. (AP) the New York World's fair t ,Game warden John Gerganns Wednesday as civil rights dem
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that Nelton Tarrent of Italy 1 Johnson as he delivers Ills
Tex, had in his possession al speech at McCormick Place the
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LEDGER Thursday April ... 1K4 4,,1,1I

Rail Strike Settlement Shows How: DRUGSTORES


Johnson Will Run The Presidency', DOWNTOWN SOUTIIGATE

By JAMES '''MARLOW ,and reach agreement And he'itical stake in the outcome Johnson Is this aggressive kind.:
Associated Press News Analyst was tireless. himself. He put his presidential For example: He has kept upa
WASHINGTON (AP) Presi I He did exactly the same in prestige on the line In this one private correspondence with'
dent Johnson put away of life,the 'rail dispute which had -particularly by making optimistic Soviet Premier Khrushchev and' Tripleaving$
to work-tils way-and the rail- dragged on since 19S9. In their, statements and a
road dispute was settled with time neither Eisenhower nor strike would have been an impressive -as a result of It Johnson and ON
out a strike. His performance Kennedy could get the two setback.A the Russian were able to announce -:
her It perhaps the best single sides to agree But Johnson did settlement would mean the at the lame time they
Insight into how he runs the The case reached the Supreme -opposite. No wonder h, was so were cutting down productionof I a Prescriptionslew
presidency.How Court twice; Congress delighted when he rushed to a material for nuclear weap-,
did he get the railroads' stepped In once (1963); t presidential studio to go on the air-although I o low MessDouble
and unions commission arbitration It meant interrupting programsand ons.How
management to
much of the same he Is S&H StampsFree
reach a settlement after beingat board, and emergency board announce the result u with other world leaders'
other's throat failed to prevail and the fast as he could. doing
each for five ; government .
Is not known. But this Is how he: Delivery
years? He worked at it. He exhausted its machinery Johnson is not experienced in operates because this Is how he I
off their backs.He for delaying or stopping a
never got foreign affairs. He lacks Kenne- always operated in the Senateon
fas more drive than Presidents strike.It dy's Intellectuality and the heroic - the telephone or In his office SPECIALS
Eisenhower and Kennedyand was due to begin April 10. symbolism of Elsenhower. -making arrangements on RESTAURANT Size
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more energy as was demonstrated April 0 got an agreement through his public statements.But Sal. Hepatica
,in this past week alone there would be no strike before he is, above everything 2 For 100
by all bin handshaking Speeches April 25 and that In the mean- a politician and it Is as such 'r - --
and news conferences. I time the two sides would work that he It running the presiden El EfctKlNGSWOOD ..." Fftl. HATURl SAT. HATURl 98e Size
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House Okays ,

$46.8 Billion r ? m SAVINGS I1{at'( <#ntSA<>fl tya* gc&wt StavAt I SAVINGS [R2'BUYOKE'5nOHEFREEJ i

Defense Bill I r 4 r

tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
Namara has received a vote of .
confidence from the House. But
angry cries may follow If he
fulfills a prediction and closes ONE- KIR NATIONALLY
three naval shipyards In the ADVERTISED
East before the year is out. 1 1
The vote of confidence came 1 BRANDS
late Wednesday when the House
by a unanimous vote of 365 to
0, passed the $46.8-billion defense

All major appropriation attempts bill.to changethe 1Y i' 4'tPyr HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON SALE-WHILE GIANT STOCKS LAST!

bill with amendments failed
and the measure as passed. Is

pretty mara wanted much the It. way McNa- BAN DEODORANT (Re limit* ';2)l Q< Amerleeil OreitineBOXED

The bill now heads to the Senate , 1 CHRISTMAS CARDS
where the civil rights de .... ,
BUFf ERIN .V7J. (tJiIIIlt *. 2 "IV Aa" o11'a
bate has posed a legislativelogjam
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Most of the controversy in the I IPANA TOOTH MeaNam II... 2 fer 35 2 1
bill centered on a provisionthat PAST Re.. IS. limit, 4) For

limits the amount of repair -
and conversion work that BC HIADACHI TUMS ANTACID CANDY Rea.limit.,lit 21 2 fw 12
can be done in naval shipyards. UP AND AWAY FROM THI HENRY" CLAY A Polorli A-2 miiill Laves its firing tub POWDERS.

leaving the rest for private .n the suck.r-" *rea' lufcmrin USS Horiry Cloy off Capo Kennedy, Fla., April 20 ,in the tint ..*. He MILK .... 2.It permanent
1 yards. luck. launch from ivrfoco ubmorlno.. Object flylnf through the air round the missile ere launch limit 2) LILT WAY (limit 2) 2'-2'.
The provision, which allots 65 adapter which detach HumMfvti automatically onca. the missile his lift 'It* tu..... Tha submarine'
per cent of the work to the naval lilt to port ,ii a standard part.f lurfacad launch ,_.du,... Mist ., tha connlnf' tewtr it, e tam> tit AQ
shipyards and 35 per cent to pone ..,.....'ry antenna. Uitollad far the ..... Tr.il ,h.,. was ,. ..... today ,In Waihlnjton by 2 'or25C SCHICK polls: r'I" 2) 2' 7O

private yards was supportedby the Department of D.f..... (U.S. Navy Photo vl,. AP Wirephoto, ) '
Rep. Gerald R, Ford. R-
Mich., who told the House -- PEST-GUARD 'TAISHli( .. 22i 2'" 25 DR. WEST OR TEiC
"The private" yards can do it Smathers Lauds LBJ's Decision On Cuban Flights I mi TOOTHBRUSHCURAD

The bill provides $461 million WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. ban air space by U.S. planes. statement that "this firm and I PLASTIC mip *:, "' -"". "-. ".N 2 for 45 L.. n.u,1t *
less than Congress appropriated -George A. Smathers has praised But Johnson said it Is necessaryto determined response by the II limit 2)
for defense last year and Is President Johnson for his decision continue the flights, and the Johnson administration, I am
$712 million less than President' to continue U.S. reconnais- state department said'Castro's hopeful, is indicative of the in- DUCO CEMENT 1"iel.i:) 2'of39' 2 far 69*
Johnson requested In his Janu sance flights over Cuba. government has been told they creased willingness of our government

ary budget message. "It is time that we stop letting will continue. to get tougher with 1 pelt pld e.r -- I". 1
this Caribbean pirate push us Smathers said Tuesday in a Castro." AIRWICK TURTLE WAX 2.00 :limit 2): 2fc'lfl.0
around with Insults and threats rCdyd4RIf

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Haines City School

BARTOW\ Central Elementary personnel.- Elementary principals ; If STOCK MARKET FLASHES I
School lln Hilnei(
City fall Into this group.A k .
will have a new cafeteria, with -s
salary increment for administrative -
a fully- ulpped kitchen when experience.A t) ,; NEW YORK (AP) Rails Ohio and Southern Railway fell % to 81 l%; and Eastman

school opens next September.The basic salary based on gained in a slightly higher stock made fractional gains following, Kodak rose 1 to 129>/$.
school board voted yes- the principal's rank as fig- market at the opening today. overnight news that the rail Down >/i each United Airlines
terday to spend an additional ured for assigning salary Trading was moderately active. work rules dispute had been set opened at 57% on 1.000 shares
$32.000 to 33,000 to equip the schedules to teachers. tied. and Pfizer at 47>/{ on 1,000.
*chool's lunchroom with kitchen -Fringe benefits, such as Gains of most key stocks Liggett & Myers advanced a General Electric declined ?ito
facilities health insurance leaves of were fractional. point to 83% on 1,700 shares 85% on 2,500 shares.
The move came after School abeence'with partial pay for Opening blocks included: Ford New York Central opened on Standard Oil (New Jersey)
Supt Shelley S. Boone recommended teachers work toward higher up4 at 38% on 7,500 shares; a sizable block of 9,800 shares was up 34 at 86% on 3,000
that the school aban- degrees and miscellaneousitems American Airlines up % at 46% up % at 37%. shares.
don the "satellite" lunchroom which. Robinson said on 3,200; and General Motors, Or Initial trades of 1,200 Yesterday the Associated
where food would be transported might include'terminal and up % at 821/4 on 5,600. shares, Sears Roebuck rose 34 Press average of 60 stocks
to the school from the severance pay and liability Illinois Central Baltimore &,I to 109%; International Nickel closed unchanged at 306.4.
cafeteria of the Haines City insurance.In .
High School which is located other action yesterday BLUE CHIPS
In the PaiL the board:
-V o t e d reassignment of I
Plans T. Be Revised X
tome 1850 teachers, who are I MAKi MY INVESTORS FEEtIMfWANT. I
This is the system now in under contract, for the 1964- I .. X GWf THEM I
Use there and first plans 6) school yea .
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were for the new lunchroomto Site Purchase Approved EoFowNir, .:
operate under the lame Iilncorp
principal. The present lunch- Authorized Board Attorney -
room is located in the schools C. A. Boswell to complete _
basement and this II the main negotiations for 14.3 acres of -
reason for constructing a new land north of Lake Gibson W' '
lunchroom rather than the near Lakeland to be used for r ,
construction of _ _
old an elementaryschool.
facility. . -. -' .,.... .
Yesterday. Board Architect Boswell said ownersof _.
Cordonn the property have Indicated -
Dirkes said he thinkshe
can revise plans to includethe it now can be purchased fora JL1TJ2? STOCKS *
kitchen and have the preliminary total of 117.110, and he estimated !. I
plans ready for it would cost more to BOWLING ALLIT OMELETTE!,.. the hi* ...mi ,,,"1.4 .i id* conUmploUl S raunj ...
obtain the which ..... like a ...//1110"'," bowli.i ball laid nj The Investor
board approval 'at the next property through sea day ( h on* .,_IIIi"1 .", .n howlinf pin Daily
meeting. set for May 13. court procedures. kid the seaS ..,,. |..id. rk. freak has frvtt b .* *(t .f norin.l ,h.,. sad lii.. Oddltitt fel.Hf t.
Dirkes said the board has -Approved a six-month M" Issue, H..*V .l Trly.ll III. A' WIN'oto'';
budgeted $33,000 for the project lease of the old Peoples BankIn - I By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Because the preferred Is convertible -
and he estimated the cost Lakeland, which will be American Airlines prefer- its market price "fol-
of including the kitchen facilities used as offices for the Lakeland Lakeland Wins Top State Award AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE red stock has been trading recently -lows" and stays in line with the
will run between $32,000 Area supervising prin at close to. $240 a share. market price of the number of

and $33,000. cipal. The building is to be Am Elec ...,..,......,.... 11% This stock pays dividends of common shares into. which It is
The board also approved leased for $250 per month. Barnel.Eng .............. 22VJ only $3.30 a year. As you have convertible
preliminary plans for a kitchen Albert Adams, supervising For Sewaqe Treatment Facilities torsey Corp ............. 7 explained the dividend rate on You can prove this out your-
addition to the Lake Alfred principal told board members Falcon Sea Dr ............ ll ,j j"uard preferred stock Is "fixed." It self Multiply the market price
Junior High School. "we soon will have to Chem ............ 10% must be paid before any divIdends af American Airlines common
The board also heard recommendations leave our present office" because GAINESVILLE (AP-Sew- population. Snapper Creek Pratt and Whitney (Palm Gull> Am .................. 5Vf are paid on the company's stock by 483792. Your answer
from the Ele- of remodeling planned age treatment plants at Tampa Park Subdivision (Dade County Beach County); 5,000 to 10- Gull Sulphur ..,.. ...,.... 7'/ common stock. But the dividend will be just about equal to the
mentary Principals Group on for Lakeland Junior High Fort Lauderdale and ); 5,000 to 10,000, University 000 population City of Quincy Kratter ............... ... 8% rate on preferred stock cannot market prices of the preferred
salary schedules. The group School. The board has been Lakeland are rated best In of Florida; over 10.000. over 10,000 population, City of Redwing Carrier .......... 13% be Increased.Can stock.
presented a four-point pro- discussing the possibility of the state for various methods. City of Fort Lauderdale "A" Pampano Beach. Stephen Co .........,... 9'untex '%( you give me angood American Airlines has attracted -
gram for consideration by the constructing a building to be These cities were among plant. Lime softening water treat- t.. ..........,..,... 70 reason why anyone would pay a lot of attention from Investors -
board. used as an area office and those receiving special recognition Primary water treatment ment plants-under 5,000 population Tampa Elec ..,...,......, 24% $240 a share for a stock when over the past year or
warehouse. at the annual awards plant-under 5,000 population Vity of Bryant (U.S. Textron Inc ............. ".4/i the only thing he can possibly .o. The company's earnings
Shorter Year
Asked Boone also reported he has banquet last night for water Fairway Heights Subdivision Sugar Corp., Palm Beach get out of It Is a $1.30 a )'eart hive been climbing, as its big
Frank Robinson principalof received several letters from and sewage treatment plants. (Dade County); 5000 to 10,- County); 5,000 to 10,000 population OVER-THE-COUNTER A. If anyone bought this preferred -jet aircraft fleet turns in bigger -
Central Elementary School persons "who were close to. The first place winners: 000 population Collier Manor City of Boca Raton MUTUAL FUNDS stock for dividends alone, profits. This happy turn of
who acted as spokesman for the Lakeland High School Primary treatment Subdivision (Broward County over 10,00. City of Fort Lau.; Affiliated Fund ..,.,..... 8.80 there would be no good reason events has lifted the market
the group, recommended the Band" during its recent trip plants under sewage 3,000 population ); over 10,000 population derdale Dixie plant. Allco ..,... ,.,........,.,,. 7% Based on the current market price of the common stock and
board consider: to. Washington and that "all San Jose Subdivision (Duval Pinellaa County water system. Zeolite softening water treat- Am Express ......,..,..,. 43% price I (around $240) that $3.50 (because ItI convertible) the
-Reducing by several days of the letters spoke very County); over, 10.000, City of Filtration water treatment ment plant-over 10,000 Auto Merch ....... .... ... I% ividena p r op.,". market price of the preferred
population Chase Man Bank ....,.. ides a current stock.
the number of working days favorably of the band's con Tampa plants-under 3.000 population.Warrants City of Hollywood 72V
required of 11-month school duct" Eckerd's Drug ............ 18'/ yield of only
Trickling filter sewage Fidelity Fund ............ 17.84 about 1.33 perCent Q. Recently I received the inventory -
treatment plants under 5,000 Against County Ma. GasFla. ... ....... ....... u% That's and appraisal of all as-
Junior College Teachers population. City of Wauchula; Pub. Util ............ 22% mighty small, lets ot my late uncle's estate. ,
5,000 to 10.000, City of Elutos; Fla. Steel ... ...... ........ 954 But the illvl Among other thing (stocks, .
over 10,000 City of Pert Lauderdale Candidate Arc Dismissed Fla. Tel. .................. 25V dend is not the bonds real estate) U listed
Hold Advanced Degrees "D" plant and City Fla. Tile ... .,.. .......... 14i reason thlt. some "debentures." What are
of Lakeland. Warrants charging W. Clark "talk to my attorney." \Founders Life ...,....,.. .,QIA stock is trading debentures?
President Tells Board t Others'"Win Stone candidate for circuit: Lewis testified he heard I Gulf Life ................. 5631''at what you A. An easy definition of a
court Clerk with threatening Hamic repeat this phrase several : Invest ..:.....".... '7.ili consider: a iky debenture is "an unsecured
Activated sludge sewage bodily injury and trespassing times. Inter County' Tel & Tel .. 'Alii l high prIce. You1 DOYLE- a bond" Debentures are generally
BAT w Dr. F. T. Len- in temporary quarters at the, treatment plantUnder' 5,000_, were dismissed following a After yesterday's v Jackson Min Mart ......,. 534 I,I overlooked an included in the classificationof
fester president of Polk Junior Bartow Air base. tw -houf hearing In the city Stone said he hearing Lewis Bus Forms t.__.*.*.*]< Important 1 item / bonds. ,
College. yesterday told Lenfestey explained that the- SporfsmanPark courtroom yesterday. charges In the divorce prove the Nationwide ...........T.'.' ':35"I That American Airline1 r.re- A bond, of course is a debt
school board members "thirty 38 per cent figure "still holds"for Peace Justice 'Thomas "equally fa lie." He Indicated suit are A. H. Robins .............r 37%, ferred stock Is "convertlbl/ It security. So is a debenture.In i
eight per cent of the individuals the potential faculty memO, Langston granted a motion for he feels the whole situation Is Taylor Inst ..<........... 48 can be exchanged for com both cases the "issuer"the
who have indicated their ben "who have been screenedand To Be dismissal from Jack Edmund, a political T. V, Elec Fund ........M 82"rans stock of the company ( company or other organlation I
willingness to teach at this Institution made offers." He added Stone's attorney who said smear. Gas Pipe Line >.... 2114 share of that preferred which put out the bondIn
Edmund. said he and Stone Travelers ,. ... convertible Into 483792 mOl the first place) is a debtor
this fall have earned that "appointment blanks" for sufficient evidence was not . ..... 51'/
doctorates." the 30 individuals to whom DedicatedSportsman presented at yesterday's hearIng were to confer later today to United Ilium ..........!... 3m)of American Airlines The owner of the bond or debenture -

Lenfestey made his statement offers have been made to date to Justify holding Stone determine will be. The what attorney the next said step Universal Foods .......... .31 that So:American if you own Airlines 100 shares The- is issuer,'a creditor.pledges, to pay Interest -
who arrested
during a progress reporton will be presented for approvalby Park a newly was Tuesday, Stone "Is not in favor of drop- NEW YORK red, you can turn It in 'and receive to. the owner of the bond
for trial In criminal
the opening of Polk Junior the school board in the near developed Polk park east of : court. ping the matter," STOCK EXCHANGE 483 share. of common and and also to redeem the bond at
College following his report future. Lakeland on Fish Hatchery Other Move Possible Before yesterday's hearing scrip representing 792/lOOOths maturity-pay off the debt when
board. members requested Backgrounds Vary Road, will be dedicated at 8 However Langston emphasized Stone indicated he is consider Latest 11 ..m.I of a share of common. it comes due.
similar reports once a month o'clock tomorrow night. that his dismissal of ing the possibility of filing a Close Price (Yes, that 483792 conversion A straight bond I. backed by
.between now and next September "The faculty members have Bob Rhinehart Polk County warrants may not be the final false arrest and possiblya Air Reduction 58% 58% figure to a bit unusual. It is:a specific thing- -such a* a mort
,when the college will open varied backgrounds ranging parks and recreation director word on the matter He point- libel suit against Hamlc Allegheny Ludlum 437/s 44 subject to adjustment if the gage on property.But .
> an the way from considerable said the Rev Elvin Hall pastor ed out that the county solicitors Stone's pretty brunette wife, Allied Chem 541/i 541% I company Issues common stock a debenture Is backed
AuburndaleOffers college teaching experience to of the Gapway Baptist office still may file direct who was present for yester. Allied Stores 6014 60% at less than $21 a share, through only by the Issuer's general
persons Just out of graduate Church will open the dedication informations against the day's hearing, immediately Am Cyanamid 63% 64 ,stock option plans for top em- credit sort of a promissory
school" Lenfestey pointed out. followed by Master of 40-year-old retired Army officer i- burst into tears when Lang Am Home Prd 66 68 ployeel.) note or art IOU
Site "All of them will meet the Ceremonies George Sanford. ston ruled on Edmund's dismissal Am Hospital 24 24Y. i
Southern Association Standards Lakeland planning director Edmund contended that the motion. Am Mach Be Frdy 20Ya 20% Latest JJ a.m. Latest 11 a.m.
of a minimum of eighteen and Aldine Combee, county three,witnesses called by Assistant Am Motor 18 18 Close Price Close Price
For CollegeAUBURNDALE hours of subject matter at the commissioner of District 5. County Solicitor Ray Am Rca Ie Dev 24'h 24%
graduate level in their sub Kelsey Hayes 36136% Oil 30
Ball Diamonds Built Fortner failed to substantiate Memorial I Am Seating 37% 38 Sunray 3014 %
An 80- ject field the charges against Stone. No Am Tobacco 35 35 Kimberly Clark 64% 84% Tenn Gas Trans 22% 22%
acre sits for permanent locat to potential stu The park Just north of Highway witnesses were called for the Am Tel &, Tel 142% 14J :Kerr-McGee 35s38% Texaco 7711. 783.4
of'the Junior dents Dr. Lenfestey said 92 now is equipped with defense. Day Service Ampex 16Y. 18% Korvette 2914 297% Tidewater 33% 33%
new Polk "Over 100 applications have three ball diamonds (with Langston agreed with Ed- Aria Pub Ser 38 38 :lear-Siegler 1354 13% Tractor Sup 19Y. 20
College has been offered by been received already with the lights), concession stands and mund that there was "some ScheduledServices Armco Steel 75% 78 Llggette Be Myers 82% 83% Union Bag 39y' 393.4
the city of Auburndale to the oldest student Indicating an restroom facilities and a playground discrepancy" In the direct testimony Atcba Top 281% 28% Litton Inds 67% 68% Union Oil 81 II
Polk County school board. age of. 41 years. No students area still in the construction of Herbert Hamlc At Refln 55% 55Y. Lone Star Gas 23% 231h Union Pac 41r. 41%
More land will be available if have been fully 'accepted' stage. plaintiff in the case and the In honor of Con- Auto Can 14% IH Loral Elec 73/i 7I/ Union Tank 4334 4334
needed officials said. since the 'accepting process Pony League and Little answers given to Edmund federate Memorial Day. proclaimed Avco 22 21% P. Lomllard 48Ya 4814 United Fruit 2114 2114
City Manager Bruce Canova. hat not yet begun." League games will immediately during the cross examination. for April 28 by.Mayor Beneficial 50'/i 51 Madison Fd 1914 l93 U.S Inds Q% 8U.S. ?%
In a letter to School Superintendent Lenfestey who again estimated follow the dedication and Langston was apparently referring Harold Grizzard, will be held Beth Steel 36114 36% Magnavox 3834 3834 Rubber 52 52
Shelley Boone and the potential enrollmentfor bleacher facilities will be to the threat matter. Sunday at 3 p.m. in Munn Blaw.Knmc 27r. 271Borg'Warner / Marguardt II% lIYs! U.S. Steel 5634 5734
other board members said the inaugural semester at available for the anticipated Threat Testified Park. ?% 4!_. Martin M.rJeta 1814 18% Upjohn 50% 50'h
commissioners authorized an 500 said orientation programs crowd. Concession stands will City Atty. J. Hardin Peter Brunlwlck IU'iU'e Merck 118 Ill Vendo 17rl 17r.W.
offer of 80 acres on Lake Arl- are being planned possibly on be open and money derived During Hamlc's direct testimony son Jr. will speak at the short Burlington 453/i 46% Minn lInwl J28% 12834 Air Brake 33y' 33%
Saturdays. He theorized these from the proceeds will be he said Stone had stated services In remembrance of Burroughs 23 23 MMM 88Y' 67Y.Manlg Westinghouse 34 34
ana.Another 20 could be addedto orientation sessions would involve spent on uniforms and equip "I'll destroy you" during a the Confederacy and The Rev. Cat Tractor 611% 613,4 Ward 3 381% Wlnn Dixie 321.4 32%
the tract if the initial areaweren't testing and counseling. ment for the ball players conversation in the Lakeland Arthur W. Rich pastor of the Celanese 67 67'% Nat Biscuit 61 6134 Woolworth 54'/ 64y.Xerol
enough said Canova. Courses Planned said League Presidents W G.McGinnls Elks Lodge Monday. However First Baptist Church will give Chemtron 28% 28% Nat Can 16% 1614 85 OS
during the cross-examination the benediction Ie Ohio '7IY 723 Zenith Rad
Sit. RejectedThe and Rufus B. Ward. Chel Nat Dairy 75Ya' 7434 787/i 7911a
According to Lenfestey's report he admitted that Stone may The program announced by Chrysler 47I47%'Nit Fuel 34'34' I Occidental 25'25%
state college survey the "usual" freshmanand have said "could" or "would" Mrs. William Moore program Cin Gas 1& Elec 26% 26'/' Nat Gypsum 491% 49'h Jim Walter 35'351%
team rejected a 40-acre site sophomore years of college destroy him. chairman for the Annie Dar- Cities Ser 68% 68% Nat Tea 187/s 17
on the lake in February, and parallel work will be offered Haven DelegatesTo John Lewis who heard parts racott Chapter of the United Coca Cola 127 J28 Nla.Mohawk 51
unanimously recommendedWinter "In addition" he said of the conversation. testified Daughters of the Confederacy Colgate Pal 43 43'IA Outboard Marine 5134 18 18% Haven Lions Club
Haven't 98-acre golf "specialized programs including Attend Meet Stone said "I will destroy will include the placing of a Collins Rad 17'h 17%
Pac Gal Ie Elec 31
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course but the school board drafting technology citrus you" but that It was the kind wreath on the Park's Confederate Can Edison 871% R7%
Pam Am 31
voted 3 to 2 to reject the report that 54 54 Sulphur % 3114 Annual
technology chemical technol- of statement "anyone" monument by the American Con Foods Parke Davis 30 30Y. Begins
and call for a resurvey ogy, 'marketing and distribution On RecreationWINTER would make In a "fit of anger" Legion Honor Guard. Consumer Pwr 46'4 46 Penney, Je. 53 53%
of the Eaton Park Bartow Alt programs. secretarial The public II Invited to attend Cant 011 661% 68% Pepsi Cola 50% 50% Light Bulb Sale
Base and Auburndale sites science and other programs of HAVEN Rotary Langston agreed with Edmund the services. Chairs will Ctrl Data 82% 841} Pfizer 47% 47%
Board member E. C (Gene) two. years duration leading to Park playground and community that a threat must be be provided by the Lakeland Corn Prds 64% 84113 Phlla Elec 33)/i 331h
Head. Bartow, said he thoughtthe direct employment are definitely center will be open made in a "cold and calcu- Recreation Department. Crown Cork 3334 337/i Phillip Morris 52382% WINTER HAVEN The
Auburndale site was "out planned." Thursday and Friday evenings latingly malicious: manner." Curtill-Wright l8'19 Phillips Pet 50% 50% Lions Club begins Its three-
of location." Lenfestey said he and member only next week. to allow recreation The trespassing warrant was Dr. Pepper 327/i 33% Phelps Dodge 69769% day light bulb sale campaign
A 1,320 foot access road will of the college's advisory officials to attend the dismissed after Mrs. Agnes Prisoners Work Dresser Jnds 32111 33 Piper Air 50150" tonight, with proceeds to go.
be built connecting the pro committee are studying a third annual Florida Recreation Yonker Hamlc't secretary DuPont 260% 260 Pit Plate Glass '701% 70Y. Into the eyesight conservation
posed Auburndala site with "possibility of a grant of $80,. Association Workshop In testified she did not attemptto To Fill Hole Eastman Kodak 128% 12314 Proctor Gamble 8J'r. 83 fund to help carry on the
Dixie Highway if the site ia 000 for the equipping of an Fort Pierce Monday through refrain Stone from looking Gamble Skgma 343/s 3434 Pub Sty Elec&CII 77'777i many facets of work in this
approved with an access road electronic laboratory in which Wednesday through Hamic't office for On Haven Road Ga Pac 60l541* Pure Oil 44% 44J1t field
leading to old Lake Alfred case this would also be of Heading the delegation will some books belonging to Stone Gen Elee 86! R5% Rep Steel 4514 43% Assisting In the door-to-door
Road to be resurfaced said fered." be Helen Rile. supervisor of who went to Hamic't office WINTER HAVEN State Gen Foods 9'4 89% R. I. Reynolds 4914 49J4Reynolda event will be the Rainbow
Canova. Speaking of facilities Len- women's activities and department Tuesday morning. road camp prisoners were ; Gen Inlt 12% 12% Met 47r. 42% Girls
But a State Department of festey said $21,000 worth of director, Robert Hill. Divorce Suit Filed hard at It again yesterday ''I Can Motors 8234 82% Rhod SrI Trust 65/i 6% Jim Titus, Rainbow counselor -
Education official said to hi. equipment is on order, "pend- Particular areas of study digging out for permanent repairs Gen Tel Elcc 34% 341,4 R.e Cola 72 711% and Jim Greenfield
knowledge no date for re- log release of funds In July." will Include college recreation The conversation at the Elks of a sinkhole on Rifle Can Time 12% l27/s Safeway Stares 62Ys 821h committee chairman have
survey of the three sites has Noting that the academic curriculum and intern pro- Lodge stemmed from a divorce Range Road east of Eloise. Ceo Tire 24Y. 2414 Scott Paper 36 36% completed campaign plans, to.
been set. nor has a survey building at the Air Base "is gram; outdoor, education and suit filed in circuit A motorist broke an axlein Gillette 3H 31% Seaboard Air R 47 4814 continue through Saturday.The .
committee been formed. well air condi- family camping workshops; court Monday by Hamic the hole Tuesday before w. R. Grace My' 561% Sears 109% 109% bulbs are packed In convenient -
adapted at an he aquatic and water safety against his wife Sandra. The workmen could get to it, then Great A Ie P Tea 3314 38% Shattuck 1514 Ul4 boxes which Lions and
tioned classroom facility: workshops and a session on suit charges that Mrs. Hamic Greyhound 59'60% Rainbows will house
MORMON MILESTONE buildings after a fill Job the hole began Sinclair Oil 46% 46% carry to
added that "Additional recreation and t city "committed adultery with Grumman 3934 39Int % '
hospital opening again Tuesday Sacony 71 rl 7l7/s house to raise funds and help
A group of Mormons dedicated will be renovated and department's role when a pa. Stone." night-the third in a half-mile Harvester 7014 70% Southern 57 57 the household with a needed
their first temple at Kirt- made available this fall for tient ia discharged. Harold said Stone contacted
line to develop In the area. 8Y'a Sperry ,Rand 16% 16% item.
land. Ohio on March 27, 1836. small classrooms, faculty of- Mist Rile emphasized that him at the Elks Lodge to. discuss The State Road Department Mln Ie Chem 7134 72 Spiegel 31% 31r.
This was destined to becomethe fices eating facilities student baton lessons and women's the suit Yesterday, Ham said an underground streamis Int Paper 33% Sid Oil Cal 6414 S4r. The new capital of Yemen
first milestone in their counseling" areas and student physical fitness classes would. it. a Lakeland accountant, said probably undermining the I let Tel Tel 58Y. 3414j Sid Oil Ind. 7O77134! S ian'., is a city of 80,000 sun
wanderings westward. lounges. continue as scheduled. be repeatedly told Stone to limerock base. Jones "Laughlin 76% Std Oil N.J. 55}, 86% rounded by mud-brick walls.School .

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Thursday LAKELAND, 'rll23. 118&LEDGER'](City Hall Is Center Of Haydon Burns' Campaign Efforts

Study Asked I EDITORS NOTCl Thins is the said. "Instead for the first timein said he doesn't put In many The candidate- was left alone for!r Asked why he doesn't use The car arrived- at the rendezvous -\ At the precise stadium.moment He Burns
first la a series at articles on the history of statewide politics more hours than he normally aa; hour's rest. Mrs. Burn flew more humor in his speeches,I on the outskirts of Clewwater entered the fopmer'mayor was
On Moon's the methods and flavor ol the I have established in every would as mayor. in from Jacksonville to Join Burns laid: "I usually inject a' 10 minutes early, introduced by a He addeda
of St Petersburg.
campaigns of the six Democratic community an organization I "I am S3 and the grandfatherof "Punctuality means a great,
candidates for governor of ranging In size from 50 to ISO all the candidates, and I I him.At sundown they climbed Into little levity at the lIelnDlngl deal to me" he said "In 15 live audience of qne thousandand
CompositionBy Florida people on which our campaign daily wear downs two or three a big. black limousine and bead- But I don't think problems of years I have missed only five an 'unmeasured television
hinges."I teama of younger' supporters ed for two quick appearances at(government are humorous. scheduled engagements and two audience.
HAROLD R. WILLIAMS By CHARLES STAFFORDThe : am relying on my friends,he ,salt ;meetings, and then to a rally at He kept checking the time, of those were because of wea- Haydon Bums was in his 'ele-
Associated Press Aerospace hub of Haydon Burns' with whom I have been Involvedin The Burns campaign tram Jack Russell stadium in Clear-[asking if they were on schedule. ther.- meat.
Writer campaign for governor is city common problems for the last rolled again this time to St water.
Petersburg Beach for a speechto I Burns who smiles seldom
HOUSTON TeL (AP) The I hall.The candidate's p r e erred! 15 years Jacksonville.while serving as mayorof loyal workers at a campaign from the podium, was in high
perplexing question of what the'method of delivering his message City Official Backing Claimed headquarters. good humor. Mrs. Burns had
moon Is made of is the subject; to the electorate Is in per- of Then it paused at a motel brought from his filet a special
He said he has the backing
of a study requested by the section published by the St J, J
,son.And 85 to 90 per cent of Florida'scity
Manned Center. the Burns campaign train 7i Petersburg Times a few years R t Nt
Spacecraft I officials and 70 to per t
'runs on time, or the conductor officials.He Work To Begin ago describing progress made
The space agency wants to cent of its county
wants to know the reason why. by the city of Jacksonville Hepll.IIDeCI
know from the study if it would turned the of
The Jacksonville mayor described to problem to quota from it during
be feasible to make ultraviolet> reaching the electorate. On Tarrytown his Qearwater speech In reply ,
Ms campaign one recent
of the lunar surface ''f' '\ ,\ "
spectograim ] effort to to reach the >
"My to a recent Tines article critilcal ',
day In a room at Guy lombar-- /: '

to determine from an orbiting the moon's space com'ship[do's outskirts Port of O'Call St. Petersburg.on the southern people possible on, preferably as personal through a basis Individual as- Road Addition tion.of him and hit administra ..;[;j.:. : .......,. jft". > .- '

position.Studies under to Liberals WithstoodHe and personal contact; I Home Avoided I '\ / .>),1 are now way secondly through addressinglive TALLAHASSEE-Work'on the] Y.> -.
determine what can be learned had flown into town four! audiences; and thirdly, I -Listen to this," be said and : 1'f,1o.
by using infrared sensors. Early hours earlier, toured the city in through the media of television second of four projects to extend -then read from the special sec 'is .
indications, says the space a long, long caravan of cars, and then radio" he said. State Road 471 from Tar- tion a paragraph praising him. <; '
agency, are that if the moon's and talked with students at St. "It Is only through these ave- rytown in Sumter County southto He told one joke, then an t I.M I.i I.- . '
surface la covered with a fine Petersburg Junior College and nues that the public has an opportunity U.S.E in Polk County la other.
"dust" it will radiate as a blackbody Klwamans at their lunch- --- -
noon to hear the candi expected to be started by May
in the Infrared. 1, the State Road Department IYa
eon.He date's own words exactly as Scientists May x
Many lunar scientists believe had run into a cell of liberalism they are delivered and In the announced Wednesday _
the moon is covered with a fine at the Junior college attitude in which they are de District Five Road Board Put Chicken
dust. If this is so, then the ultraviolet -
He spoke-as always-in a quiet livered member A. Max Brewer said
I wavelengths promise to, voice, not unlike that of a teacher Newspapers are not as accurate this S53U09 project extends Eggs In OrbitCAPE
give a compositional analysis students. miles south
lecturing There in presenting a candidate's from a point (5
which will not be adversely affected [was-a* always-little humor in views "must be translated of SR 50 at Tarrytown in a KENNEDY tit Scienltlsti
I. by the dust, as the Infrared his remarks. He discussed his U miles. .
southerly :
the of others, posaibil-l
I would through writings are studying the
be. sensor wavelengths opposition to the civil rights he aid Work on this segment of the ity of rocketing a couple dozen /K
Manned spacecraft center scientists legislation pending In Congress. Most newspaper people are new roadway In Sumter County eggs Into orbit to determine
say it might be possibleto When he was done, four students dedicated and hOlIest Burns includes construction of two 12- whether chicken embryos win
threw him questions challenging those "who foot traffic lanes develop
measure elements that comprise said but there are normally in space
only around one per cent his civil rifats stand, He demand of their staffs distorted J, D. Manly Construction weightlessness
of the moon's surface material'fielded each with dexterity, and half-truths and a utilization of Company of Leesburg has been The eggs, wired like a switch
with the ultravioletThe [then hurried away, Ignoring the the news columns to express awarded the contract and will board, might provide clues on
little of students who sat have 240 working days to com-
scientists want the feasibility group management views which not- prolonged space night. They
study to be made beforea on the grass In front of the fine mally would be limited to editorial plete the project. are particularly good for space
lunar orbital ultraviolet mapping ''arts building singing the theme pages." Work on an adjoining project study for several reasons.
experiment is tried. Earth song of the Integration move- extending the Tarrytown Road The chicken embryo has been
experiments with I ultraviolet ment, "We Shall Overcome. Most Do Good Job from Tarrytown south 6.5 miles studied thoroughly and there is
wavelengths have been limited If he heard them he didn't "Let me emphasize," he add at a cost of $810,242 began In little that Is not known aboutits
by atmospheric absorption. show it.Now ed, "that 98 per cent do a good June 1963 and Is now 40 per behavior on earth. The em-
If the study proves feasible, after an hour of conferences job, but they are so restricted cent complete. Curcle Broth. bryo has a 21-day development
the measurement will be made with local supporters, he on space as to make it virtually ers. Inc. of Hallandale Is the period, well-suited to the short
from a manned spacecraft orbiting 'dissected his campaign. impossible to adequately com- contractor on this project, which duration of apace missions i
the moon from eight to 80 I "I refused to create 67 governors municate with the people." Includes construction of a 112- Gravity Is known to have some .
nautical miles above the sur in the state by naming Burns said campaigning offers foot bridge over the Withla- effect on the embryo, as shown
face. !campaign managers," Burns no physical problems to him He coochee River. by the need to turn eggs at least
once a day In order for them to
The main problem to be solved
Is bow to carry the eggs so
that they will survive the stresses
of acceleration, reentry and
landing without scrambling.
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The version to be tested for! Laboratory.Clark said the aim of such a Sale I I a Fiberglas glass yam fabric in new casual weavepair
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The Lakeland Alumni Chapterof papers every not stretch. Wipe clean.
Psi Fraternity throw out hundreds and hundreds l ''ti
Kappa Alpha In white and In colors. "( +
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bean's Dance, which Is to be Then there is the matter of Sheer,wash-end:hang Dacron polyester Wash-and.hang rayon challis.White with Schiffll
held Friday night at the Community ! passersby who consider' the *" o Need no starching, stretching, ironingo daisies and scalloped edge in choice of colors.
Auditorium in Lakeland. stand a public library. Duringthe GRANTS HAS A COMPLETE Fresh white..64', 63; or 1Y long
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Sweetheart Contest in con- does nothing but stand on the LINE OF' FAMOUS KIRSCH (112"( ov roll)-RIO. 4.49-Solo I s.u 100( % rayon butcher linen. White wtih 2-tone
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trim predominantly melon, gold blue
are Mrs Vivian newstand faces right on or ,
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Brown Miss Jacqueline Peter the street with only a three-foot - '.It
son, Miss Claudette Woodruff awning for shelter. Rain cuts -
and Miss Barbara McCoy of into sales, but then a lot of
Lakeland; Mrs. Gussie Clark customers drive by to pkk up
ter and Miss Haven Mary; Mrs.Olgetree Sheila of Sims Win- their papers. LOOK FOR UNADVERTISED SPECIALS IN EVERY DEP ART MENTE

of Bar-
and Miss Barbara STAR BREAKS ANKLE
tow: Miss Joann Owens of Lake NEW YORK (AP) Inga
Lee Hall
Wales and Miss Marva
Swenson. star of the Broadway
of Haines City. musical "110 In the Shade,"
The purpose of the dance and tripped and broke her ankle r
is to aid In providing I
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funds tern Community to implement Service the chap Pro.gram. Wednesday of the show night.for four She'll welts.be out, eI: s f

This program Includes
an annual scholarship,,1 I private yardsare
providing sometimes worth more than I
to a worthy In the Polk and deserving County area.student -jibe[ houses they shade. SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER GOLDEN GATE IARTOWt


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,...... ,.Ik Junior Coll. lit li ,..t.II,loca.d t. aunty .ommyniH.f. flour*. .
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Indian, rod, nlloofo.front. collo**to ommknitioi.. PraMiir coll. 'loc.t.4 5 mil.. north .f lortow, eweti JUNIOR COLLEGE WILL HIT YOU . . RIGHT IN THE
Lokol.no1 Wlnlor H. end o ktr Polk County c.mmunltioi.
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: The first freshman class for Polk Junior 'College will soo

take to the classrooms a bite located approximate I

mid-way between Bartow and Winter Haven. Let's work to

gether to make this a permanent college site. Con sid i e

these advantages: I : ,.
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a ,, 46 Buildings, 128 Acres of land Available for College Use.
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Total Value Over $1,800,000.J /. 'r
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MAN vlow .f proiont'.111 Junior C.llq..Ii.showing' i mo uI.He6 focllltUi. th.'Th.' tollof* I It t .. ff
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A Ready to Use Facility. first Class Starts in September, 1964.

I ----...-...-.--. .----. Best Access to Polk Population Centers.

Excellent Parking facilities Ready for Use. ( ;":'

Controlled Access Entrance for Greater Safety. "

1'R Public Utilities, Police and fire Protection furnished.: *S.

Controlled Zoning.

No Land Speculation Involved.

Minimum Expense to 'r axpayerso No Charge for Present facilities.

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Polk County needs a junior college where our young people

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Thl. fully .i condition $250,000 "'ie building In MI* only I months b.lor.sccup.ti.e by tko
eoll.f i, "it tko iiorvo cmtor.f the ptoiont Polk Junior Coli.,.whorl cl.....itort in Soptombor of this yoor.M.ny may be properly trained to take their place as tomorrow'sleaders.

L w \ Such a college will be a great benefit to all of Polk

County. It is time for every taxpayer to become concernedin

this matter. It is time to use some common horse sense.

We say leave Polk Junior College where it is. Where facilities -

are best. . where cost to the taxpayer is least. Join

A" $q? 4e4 Vj with us. . take action today. Urge your school board members -

to leave Polk Junior College in its present location.

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Ohio Shoe Salesman AccusedOf I LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday. Ann 22. 1H4 IS

Holding Up Texas Grocery Studio Sues Liz, Burton For $50 Million I

ODESSA -- Jftfa 1 fork Itim. 20th Century-Fox Productions, time; by not performing her as a result of her conduct and opatra," mirrored those against'
believe an Ohio Tex. (shoe AP) Police I Ellen Blake, 20, both of Colum- found In the Blakes' motel NEW YORK- Elizabeth Taylor Ltd.Under services with due diligence, care deportment both during and Subsequent Miss Taylor. .
was the armed robber salesman bus. Ohio. room. Officers said the pair and Richard Burton were the terms of her contract or attention, by reporting for to the production of The third claim for $2) millionIs
terday took $8.500 at who yes- Blake told officers he had beena who had been In Odessa three sued today for ISO million In Miss Taylor was guaranteed -work In a condition which did 'Cleopatra' and while It was be- against both Miss Taylor and
from a gunpoint shoe salesman In Columbus days, damages in connection with the a salary or $750,000: against not permit her to perform her ing distributed so as to become Burton Twentieth Century-Fox
supermarket were
and packing to leave
caped only to- be arrested es His wife said the was a singer.. when motion picture "Cleopatra." 10 per cent of the cross receipts services; by suffering herself offensive to good taste and morals -contended that Its property had
hours later with, the loot. two Tip Given they arrived. Mist Taylor and Burton, who The film company said that the by her own acts and fault to and to depreciate the commercial been damaged by "their conduct
The An Odessa businessman who were married recently were actress had received In excess of become'disabled, Incapacitated, value of 'Cleopatra'As with each other although
Supermarket gunman robbed Purr's !said he heard of the robberyover CUBS TO MEET ,charged with breach of contract $2 million .or unphotographable, and unable a result. Fox said, it has ach was to the public knowledge
the peak of here yesterday at radio station KOSA, tele- and with depreciating the com- In the first part of the wit to perform her services. suffered great harm "not fully at these times, married
period and the afternoon rush. phoned police and described an Cub Scout Pack 720, Crystal merfcal value of the movie by Fox seeks $20 million in damages "By conspiring with and inducing computable at the present time to another," and "holding them-
In an automobile escaped with a woman automobile of a man to>> whom'he Lake Area, will have Its regular "icandalous" conduct before from Miss Taylor. others to breach their but which Is not less than $20'selves up to the public scorn
W after calmly earlier had sold a .38 revolver -monthly pack and during the filming She was charged with breachIng -,agreements faithfully to perform million." and ridicule."
walking meeting
out the store. Frid.ynight The suit was filed In federal her contract In the following their services In the production The second claim for $3 mil--I The suit also seeks to enjoin
Two hours later, ten police Police said It was throughthis I at 7:30: o'clock at the court by the producers and distributors manner: of 'Cleopatra' by suffering herself lion was leveled against Burton. Miss Taylor from continuing to
men surrounded a motel room tip that they were able to Crystal Lake ElementarySchool. of the film, 20th Cen "By not reporting for work; to be held up to scorn, ridicule The charges against Burton, who Impugn the quality of the pic
and nabbed Lewis Parren Blake, run down the Blakes automobile Parents interested in tury-Fox Film Corporation lAd by not reporting. for work on and unfavorable publicity portrayed Mark Antony In "Cle- ture.
25, and his !
looking, so quickly.
bleached blonde having their boys, ages eight
wife Virginia Two revolvers and $8.500 were through 11 Join, are invited. Midwesterner

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I e :: Clark MacGregor, R-Minn, says DOAt17T CHARGE IT BUDGET IT!
sugar prices may increase in
the next few weeks, possibly to OISCOUNI
,as much as last summer's 18
cents a pound.
The reason for this, he said,
is that world sugar stocks are
even lower than last year and
sources abroad are unreliable.
i "It no longer makes sense lorI
us not to look to our own sugar 12 l DAY FRIDAY
I producers for our main source I Il
of supply," MacGregor laid AND
"Our largest potential source 1
of sugar is sugar beets but our 1
sugar beet growers are limited
by government action, to a pro I SATURDAY
duction ceiling equaling 2U( I I ,
per cent of the total national ;": 10:00
sugar supply" A M,
Sugarbeet growers, he said, 'to .
are ready and willing to pro I II
duce more and if they were free

to of prices.do sharply so would increased avoid the danger retail S A L E 10:00 PoM.

He said he and 49 other House I I

members President from Johnson 21 states earlier asked this O II II,I

month to give aupport to an III
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I''' H LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April M 1861 r

4z Children's;: Home Society LeaderAirsProblemOf'UnwantedChild' in _

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bI By DON RICHIE ty ot Florida Is one of the er bad died as a result of y.

Ledger Staff Writer major channels through which one of the more violent quar

WINTER HAVEN-'The unwanted Floridians can directly express rd.. This we helped her to
child-deprived of his their concern for deprivedand see was not so.

i right to grow up happily with unwanted children, she "Finally, when r'asked'
his natural parents cannot said, including those with what she wanted most In new
I become his real self. birth or acquired defects. parents, she replied thought. 1'

ri "He grows into a caricatureof Girl's Story Told X'To fully, 'A mother and dad who 1r
t what ha might become- will and
get along agree on
and becomes full of fear, distrust help them most effectively what is and isn't good for
and the
hostility and despair In '
i:1: this state, this child of noman'sland least costly to the public over me."How wise that little girl
the years Is to build the livesof
can grow into a homeless children was. She hurried on ta add
destructive force and seriously -
that she would like
that young
through adoption, so they
affect the general well-
become vital parents and ones who were
may a positive
being of every member of his physically well.Burden.
force in our future world

An Invitation to the People of LakelandTo community These dramatic, statements said Mrs. Dickins. Lifted 'titv

were the opening remarks ofa She related the poignant "When I told her she need 4 V 1

Visit With recent address by Mrs. story of Jean an 8yearoldgIrl not worry and wonder any il

I March Dicklns, executive director being prepared for adop more about what was goingto
of the largest divisionof tion. She was asked to study
happen to her, and that
the Florida Children's Jean to see if she were ready
could rely on us to find
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Home Society, Miami, to a for adoption,'emotionally. the right parents for her and
spellbound and sometimes 'Taking on a new set of we would begin immediately

moist-eyed audience of Polk parents is never an easy to do so . I waited what 6
County's Society members and matter for children who've felt like hours but In reality
: several present or future foster lived with and known well
only seconds for her head to 4
Candidate for State Senator parents their own, for even though lift up so I might see her
"One morning recently, they know their home is expression. a

upon entering our offices, I broken up for good, they 'It was truly worth waitIng -
t and his Family found a staff member joyful keep buried in their hearts for- lovely smile of
and bursting to tell me some the hope that somehow Mom and
trust relief
t tf good news" said Mrs. Dick. and Dad will work things out burden had been, as lifted.though She a BEEFSTEAK HAS GONI UP-Alp!..... II, a wMfofec.4Horofor1 .

f ins, who has spent her working and. take them back home," (ell, peon frees the doorway of the "hayloft of kit owner's
quietly got out of herchair
In The Glass Room-New Civic Center life in social work. Mrs. Dicklns said. came around up the desk .... e loot wkero fee 4_', klo. ... Alp ws.. lot set .' kit

Mother Not Married Jean's father was under a beside me and kissed me on around floor mil, climb.1 e Nlrwof H tfce loft, sod rotvooo1 I* kortmevod.

life-sentence for a major the cheek. Alta a veNrlnerlen sera klm e tron uiliilnt Injection,
Lake Mirror Drive ' "She wanted me to knowwe crime, yet he always tried to .
"At times like this I always Alpkonte was Meted on.* pushed down the . end Mcvrvly
had for
a good prospect make she
studied her
give thanks for theChildren' dad hi kit .11. AP Wlropkete)
adopting parents for Judy
lessons well, always told the
Ann, 2'/i-year-old girl, totally Home Society and
deaf," she related. truth and was thoughtful and for the privileges of working boarding home or a mutual person to deal with,, and I
FRIDAY APRIL 24TH 1964 helpful to others.
: Judy Ann was born out of as part of It," Mrs. Dicklns service arrangement In the want to say I am sorry, as
"When Jean came Into the
said. home of a private family things: turned out better thanI
to a 19-year-old girl office I struck with
was anew
7:00 P.M. TO 9:30 P.M. 1 from a prominent family- her attractiveness and at the Through the tireless lead where the girl boards in ex- expected. -
of such dedicated change for household aerv- "I feel much better
'; cam Into the agency at same time, touched with the ership (find-
Floridians as James C. Mor- ice, said Mrs Dickins. Ing) have given baby
. t birth-and the frail Infant was soberness of her expression," you my
., under doctor's. care for, Mrs. Dickins said ton; Miss Fannie Rlgglns and Financial assistance Is given the one thing I wanted mosta
Come and bring your Family, *. ';,;,* months after.Deafnesl Dr James R. Boulware Jr., by the Society where needed good Christian home. The

". not retardation, Parents Discussed the Society, founded in 1902. and also reimbursements are father sounds so much like

Sandwiches, Coffee, Orange Juice i', was finally established and a "Psychologists had told us has provided accredited adop- taken in from mothers who (his father) that t know she

I child who might have faced a she was a very bright little tion services for more than have found themselves. will have a good Daddy,

and Popcorn for the Kiddies, wasted lifetime was on her girl who should be given 60,000 children. "One way of treating a girl, "I only wish I could have
Way every educational advantage.I The Society today is the pregnant out of wedlock, and kept her-but all I could give

'Today, Judy Ann is a asked Jean about her par state's largest legal adoption of preventing her too-de was a mother's love, and that

Hostesses bright, alert, attractive little ents; social workers have agency and the second largest pendent deterioration duringour isn't enough, A child needs

girl with lovely, naturally learned to let children have In the nation. care, is to place responsibility a father; but I still love her

\I curly hair," said Mrs Dick- their parents in conversation Child Mistreated on her and to expect -even if I gave her up-It
; ins. "The prospective new when they cannot have themin accomplishment. There Is was love for her and my wish
; : filWW, SpllallL I mother had worked for sometime reality. Permitting themto Nancy, an 18-month-old nothing more difficult In the for her to have the things I
;,:./.,' in a school for deaf chil- talk of their past and of baby of an unwed mother art of helping than this, for couldn't give her,
dren where modern methodsin their people shows them that was a veteran at a tender one must maintain nice balance Me
'Thank Them For
?11.JzJ".. l.aJLL dlai l fJ.l/- training are taught. No WI are totally accepting them age. Featured In court battles between doing everything

wonder she was so excited," and of all that is a part of for private adoption, and doing nothing," "Thank you again-don't
related the veteran social them. bounced through several said the social worker worry about me-I feel much
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1 (MM f UM l ) worker. "Jean recalled her parents homes because of several separations Offered better and happy you chose

1 The Children's Home Socle- quarreled; believed. her moth- of intended new parents Payment such nice parents for her. )
-------- --- ---- -- -=t I refused by a subsequent Often mothers want to pay only wish I could meet them'

1 husband of her natural back the assistance given and thank them myself-but'

mother she ended up in a them, to make It possible for I know that Isn't possible'

GO FIRST CLASS home of heavy drinkers, another girl to be helped as 10, you, can thank them for

abusive when she cried .anx-J, they were helped. me"
lously for love. ,f' Portions of recent letters "When a human being can
I/I/' Welfare stepped In and referred "'received by' Mrs.,DicklAs, testify reach the ,point of thinking
the unloved baby, to. : about others as this woman
BUY ELECTRICQualityConfidenceServiceAt the Society. "At last here's a check for was-she is well on her way
GENERAL I "When Nancy came Into the remaining amount of my back to emotional health"

care, she was a sad, forlorn, bill. I couldn't remember if said the case worker.

undernourished little girl I I it was $te, $47 or' what- o One related: "I see a baby

whose first response to other I'll just even it off at $50;, boy six months old and I thinkto
Discount Prices human beings was one of distrust put any over in the kitty to myself: Heavens, but I bet

and fear," said Mrs. help others. The day will mine is a big boy now and I
Dicklns. come when I'll be able to wonder what he weighs -

Her only words were noises help the Children's Home Society what he can do . I guess
similar to those of a dog. the way I want to, so I I'll go all through life wondering

._" ) AUTOMATIC DRYER "This is understandable," said count this as a starter what he's like, what he's

-- the social worker, "when one, "You know I can't thank doing, Is he a good boy . ,
Come knows that in her last home you enough for all the help
"Could I ask a favor. Could
e HI-LO HEAT she had been confined to the you have given me; words
AIR FLUFFEASYCLEAN company of dogs and cats- will never be able to expressall you tell me how my boy is
doing. I can't help asking,
and had formed a strong attachment my feelings of gratitude
-. because I do think of him,
"I I have
. to a collie. sorry
12-LB. CAPACITY The psychological damage so late In repaying you'butthe and I want to be reassuredthat

' ; e SAFETY START SWITCH to the baby was duly assessed, first few checks of a he's healthy, happy and
Today loved I now wish I could
stewardess: are small,
1 and her ability to join the quite
': ,j with doctor bills in additionto have had something of his to
human world studied."It .
$ 88 just plain living. always remember him by . .
and halt
128 took a year a
t w of and giving to this "I'm now free and clear of I don't want to forget. With
; re. +ll. + your help, I learned so much
WIT child to make her ready for all debts and believe me, it'sa
beautiful feellna..nd I'm about people, life and myselfin
adoption by a carefully selected -
that nine months-and I
couple," said Mrs.Dickins. glad I've been able to do it
Buy myself. I only hope this responsibility never want to forget"Parents
McMI A and heartache will AppreciateThe
5e' Early Placement Helps have made me a better person
For Thrifty City Service And ," girl, Mary Ann, 20; Is
GENERAL ELECTRIC The costly help might have
Just now doing social work with
Phone for
AUTOMATIC FILTERFLOWASHER been avoided if the Children's Changes Come About children.

Low Cost Repair Work. Save Home Society had been knownto Changes come about as Part of a letter from adopt-,
Nancy's mother and she
Satisfaction Guaranteed those in trouble ting parents:
begin to understand -
DRYER DA-516Y could have placed her thereat "My husband and I wish to
With war Sara themselves as well
or Money Bock. birth, said the social
\ Damp-Dry Spin $16888 as others. Another excerpt: express our deep appreciation -
e Spiral Activator" worker.The majority of children "Even though your job Is to you and your wonderful
social work I know you went organization. Words are
birth have suffered
beyond placed
out of to Inadequate to express how
your way help me.
hardship, neglect, abuse You don't know what it meansto happy we are with Carol..as
GENUINE and rejection or deprivation, she is the in life
BEDROUtJOLING PERSONAL PORTABLE she said. Many have been have someone really have star our -
confidence and faith in you- our very own."Everyone
through an "earthquake of
e 5-Poiition Auto, Tkonnoittt Llahroir .Wolehl Only 12 Lot. when no one ever did before. was so kind,
e A Truly Portable Air Conditions G-E PARTS Briehl..l-'D.yllyh/ family living. she "Mom and Dad show faithin courteous and understanding,
7Vi Amp MS Volt Optntion Bait-Finoit Component* could not help but pauseto me now, but never did be especially our caseworker,
Inttant InitollaMon$1398W Wew-.l ll-lnch S rn wonder what would hap'pen
fore. And-I who showed herself to be our
We Stock A Complete I to these children if they
95 had much in myself, but fairy godmother.
remained in this unwantedstate
Line Of 9 when you and they had faithin
General Electric 1 -if there weren't a Chil More Parents Needed
WET me, I began to believe in
Parts For Prompt Service dren's Home Society to help myself, which I haven't done "With all the wonderful parents

them find adopting parents since a tiny girl. we have, we are constantly .
and give them a new start on "I do believe that it In search for more to serve
life," said the social worker. the Incre.llngllumber of chil-
from talking to that
NOTICE! you my
Additional available "
programs folks began to feel different dren needing adoption, said
Include: the Society'sChildren's Mrs. Dickins.
= During the month of April the City of Lakeland will t Center in Jacksonville I Workers know I did. And so, the work of the
to effect a
pay you a $30 Installation allowance if you buy a :: -a school-age program must accept the unfortunate non-profit Society goes on-

230 volt electric air conditioner or a $10 allow- where special help Is given to as they are-and as they from despair to determinationto
once if you purchase a 115 volt unit Buy now and prepare for adoption; board- potentially become, said Mrs. make a new life go babies,
be ready for worm weather ahead. Ing, homes In Divisions state Dickins. unwed mothers and parents

wide; for the newborn of unwed "Love Is part of the dynamics who might be childless other
mothers- the largest
LOW COST service placement helps but it must be a special kind "Perhaps you can see now
WORK. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK. the first few weeks of life. of love, a disciplined concern why, to me, the Children's
The Florida Board bf Health not indulgence for one- Home Society of Florida represents
reports that the state's illegitimate self. This responsible learning one of man's noblest

births have risen, to care must go deep Into charitable acts toward his

among both whites and non- the personality,"* she said. fellow man," concluded the
TLpl'lua (11q whites In the put decade, veteran social worker.Actor's .
with the non-white nine times Client Enriched ,

the white. The caseworker must giveof

Ratio Climb himself to the client-that Wife
which Is alive in him-Inter

'Quality Merchandise At Discount Prices"LAKELAND But the among proportion white of mothers illegitimacy eat humor, understanding and warmth, knowledge, she said., ,' Has DaughterSANTA

has Increased from 181 "In thus giving, he enrichesthe 'I MONICA Calif. (AP)
per 1,000 In 1952 to 313 in client, enhances
the cli I- Actor Gig Young's wife,
WINTER HAVEN 1962-66 per cent, while among ent's sense of aliveness and Elaine, gave birth to a daughter -

nonwhites, the proportion brings something to life, which Wednesday.The .

1102 E. Memorial, Blvd Phone MU 6-5185 t 6th & Ave. K, N.W. Phone CY 3-4129 rose only 15 per rent makes a genuine and produc. infant named Jennifer,
'To the neededby
give help live relationship," she added. is the couple's first.
MONDAY to FRIDAY OPEN 9 A.M. to 9, P.M. MON. -THURS.-. 9 to 9 the girl in trouble, we must Some more letters illustratethis

SATURDAY 9 to 6 TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6 have practical a variety psychological of services; : Walnut veneer can be cut so It
; : a "I want to write to thank is only l/28th of an Inch thick.
place to live, perhaps in a you for
befog so kind and Bamboo can grow as much as
I maternity home, a Society P tient I know 1 was a hard three feet a day.



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April. Showers Won't Bring- May, Flowers; Plant Seeds

'GAINESVILLE-April If the czar of the :.Itchen Prior to planting work the flowers and produce pink make a raised flower bed wall close to the circumference
showers may make May refuses the loan of her electric soil until It Is loose and friable white, crimson and rose colored around Vie base of a tree without of the tree, allowing am
flowers. But don't push your appliance then use the add a sprinkling of gar blossoms.If possible damage to the ple space for tree growth.
luck* wlth this spontaneous patio grill. Chemicals obtainedat den fertilizer to the surface you like to garden in the tree.Construct The distance between walls
generation theory. Jt may be the garden supply center and then mix the plant food shade during the hot days, an inner and an and the height of the walls
all wet. can be used to sterilize soil, Into the top.four Inches of the plant sultanas, also known as outer masonry wall to contain -' .depends on the size of the bed
Rather than trust rain alone, if heating a pan of dirt becomes soil. Water the area well impatlens. .the bed. Build the InnerTomorrow's you desire. _
try planting flower seeds. too hot a domestic rake It smooth and then sow Other annuals to plant now
Prompt action now will put issue. the seed in shallow trenches Include marigolds, dwarf sal- Menu Ideas
fresh blossoms In the garden Prevents Rot that are about twice the diameter via or scarlet sage, wishbone
i by the time the gay colors of the seed in depth. flowers, rose moss zinnias, P
of spring begin to fade. The big reason for sterilizing Plant TheM Now four-o-clock, petunia, moon- Eggs in Toast Cups with Savory Sauce
For thriftier plants that seedbed *oll Is to prevent flower and periwinkle. I Savory SauceHead' Icup butter (/t stick)
damping off, according to Dr. There are a score or more
produce larger l blossoms
4 flour
Feed Liquid Diet Lettuce Salad cup
J. N Joiner Agricultural Experiment annuals that can be seeded
germinate the seeds in flats )
,i teaspoon salt
of sterilized soil. Station horticultur now. One Is the ageratum. When transplanting annualsbe Fruit and Cheese Dash of r
It Is easy to cook the soil 1st. Damping off causes young Varieties of this low growing sure to feed them a liquid Milk 2 milk pepper
to rot at the soil level.If border plant produce blue, diet. of Flori- z
in the oven. Merely heat a plants University
EGGS IN TOAST CUPS ( slices cooked, crisp bacon,
hour 250 to lavender-pink, golden yellow da specialists say settle the
pan full for one at you prefer plant a crumbled
degrees. Be sure the soil is flower seedbed outside pre and creamy white blossoms. roots of the newly set plants Melt butter In 4k
moist when you place it in pare a small area In one cor Celosia, either the cocks with a pint of fertilizerrichwater. 6 thin slices breadtlblespoonl add flour and seasonings saucepan and; .IU
the oven as steam heat is a ner of the garden In a well comb or feather type will Add two tablespoons ) melted butter blend. Add milk and
sure killer of soil diseases. protected spot. This la a good give a brilliant show of color of an t-M fertilizer per gal. II continue to cook, 1
Idea, because seedlings will during the hot months ahead. Ion of water for plants set in eggs stirring iiA p,.
choose sandy soil anda, like amountof Salt and pepper constantly until sauce thickens
have a better chance to survive Color-wise you can and boila. IP
Add crumbled
attacks by birds, scratching fiery red or golden yellow. low nitrogen and high potash Remove crusts from bread bacon.
sessions by dogs and cats For tall, lanky background fertilizer for plants set In slices. Brush both sides of Serve
over Eggs In Toast
and trampling by roving bandsof flowers try the four-foot cos muck or peat soils. each slice with melted but Cups,
cops-n-robhera. mos. They make good cut Here Is a tip on how to
ter. Press into six Inch

n muffin pans. Toast in a mod

erate oven,' 375, and break Epsilon Omicron

one egg into the center of

each toast cup. Return to Officers Told;

oven and continue to bake

.until eggs are set and to desired Meeting Tonight;
\ degree of doneness. For,

ELECT medium eggs, It requires Mrs. James Young has been
Wm. "Bill" Kitchens about IS to 20 minutes. Remove elected president of Epsilon MRS. EDWARD C. COLLIER

I from muffin pans and Omicron chapter, Beta Sigma

Constable..... .Dist..... ..#. 5 serve with Savory Sauce. Phi sorority. She will be Installed
A. 1964 Edward Collier/ Marries
IB LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April 23 ._ Makes 6 servings. at the May 14 met-
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elected are: Mrs.
Russell Royal, vice president; Miss Steorts In Indiana

Mrs. Irvin Mitchell, treasurer;
RALPH'S BRYANT'SRED Mrs. Ernest White,
Free recording
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. was presented by Mrs. Rob
,, secretary Mrs. Luther Pip- ert Stumpner.The .
kin, Beck Chapel on the Indiana
corresponding ,secretary; bride, given in mar
Mrs. Mel Harvey, extension! University campus was the
riage by her father, wore a
& WHITE MARKET RED & WHITE MARKETPROVIDENCE officer; Mrs. Thomas Butlrr scene of the marriage of Miss sheath style gown of white
Civil Defense officer; and Karen Jean Steorts of Mont- slipper satin made by her
Mrs. Royal and Mrs. Harv 'y, mother. She carried colonial
WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. verde. Fla., formerly of Lakeland a
City Council representative/I. Fla. and Edward C. bouquet of rosebuds and miniature
The chapter will meet tonight
Across From Kathleen Hi HIGHWAY 98 at 8 o'clock at the hotne Collier of Lakeland, on March Miss chrysanthemums.Judy Steorts served

of Mrs. J. K. Swindell, 21X18 27
her sister LAKELAND ,, AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY Maplewood Ave. The program Mr. and Mrs. D. C Steorts wearing a pink floral print
Quontity Rights Reserved "Sculpture and Painting" will" \ of Montverde are the parentsof gown and carrying a bouquetof
be presented from the book the bride. The bridegroomis lavender roses and minia-

,,, V BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE "Conduct" Expression, Purpose the son of Mr. and Mrs. ture chrysanthemums.Cousins .
Calvin C. Collier 220 High. Girls
I' Final plans will be made land St., Lakeland. Flower
I for the party Saturday. The bride's cousins, Susan
You save save GOLD BOND stamps He In Air Force Valerie and Laura Melonie
The couple will reside at Shelton of Jeffersontown, Ky.,
1424 S. Washington Ave, were flower girls.
Bloomington. The bridegroom Jerry Wright of Panama
SELECT BEEF is presently serving with an City, Fla., was best man. Ush
Air Force detachment at the era were David Suda of
-HERMAN'S- university. The bride was formerly Pensacola, Fla., and Louis I
j r employed as a purser- Murphy of Utica, N.Y.
ORANGE BANDWieners ette by Pan American World ,A reception was held at the
C H 'u C K 3 12 et' $1. Airways In New York. Mr. newlywed's future home. The
'. S Pkg. Collier attended Florida State wedding cake was a gift of
University and is a special the bride's grandmother Mrs.
Luncheon Meat Student at Indiana University.His Naaman Shelton of Jefferson-
bride is a graduate of the town, who topped it with the

Lb 9 University of Florid, bride and bridegroom figures
l 3 6 Dr. Frank 0. Beck per from atop her 50th anniversary
ez 1A formed the ceremony. Music wedding cake.
pkg. t Aq

R 0 AS' T 9* Fort Meade PersonalsFORT

MEADE Mr and gery. Mrs. Mabry will visit
Mrs. Joe Simpson of Whit- the World's Fair.Banquet .
mire. S. C., visited Mrs Katie SpeakerMr.

SUCCULENT Durrance. and Mrs. Bill Bevls visited
f Mrs. John Mercer who for
\ in Tallahassee and Pan
I MRS JAMES YOUNORfPRESENtATJVg merly lived here, entertaineda
with relatives Mr
ama City
,- of friends at a bridge
-1 Bevis spoke at a football ban-
luncheon at her home In
PORK CHOPS Each I Haines City. Attending were quet,Mr.in and Marianna.Mrs. Joe Load-
Mrs. Frank Nelson Mrs. law-
I holtes and Mr. and Mrs.
II rence Sthreshley Mrs. Ber-
I nard Varn Mrs. Warren Lang, Grady Courtney attended a
SMALL MEATY Mrs. Gerald Mabry, Mrs. state convention of municipal
NORTHERN TOILET utilities in West Palm Beach.
r Donald Rogers, Mrs. Tom
Greer, Mrs. Roy Seidel and Mr. Loadholtes is the mayorof
Fort Meade and Mr. Courtney
Spare Ribs Mrs. James H. White.
I is the city manager. Mr.
5U Mrs. Gerald Mabry is leave
E and Mrs. Loadholtes also visited
ing to visit her daughter, Patricia
his aunt, Mrs. Shelton
j now Mrs Phil Colston,
Clyatt, in Lake Worth.
in New Jersey. She will stay
Mr and Mrs. Joe Davis are
with Mrs. Colston while Lieu-
ft FREE the parents of a son, Joseph
tenant Colston undergoes surCAPf.Zjos -
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA Edward Davis Jr., born March
GARDEN TROWEL r 26 at Lakeland General Hos

with the purchase ? pital.Mrs.. W J. (Bess) Muldrow
of visited Mrs. A. B Godwin.
each giant size Cheese
I 5 The Muldrows lived in Fort
Meade about 25 years ago
Roll moving to Anderson, S. C She

11110 4f GIANT SIZE 69c limit Please 1 _pkg.3-os, 5 Limit 1 LImit 3 G0 PLACES "' season.Is presently Winter Park making for the her winter homein

Contractors Meet

Mr and Mrs. Joe Hymerling
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
KRAFT ALL PURPOSE Chase & Sanborn Instant NIBLETS Newport attended a meetingof

Oil qf.btl.. 39' Coffee .89* I Corn 12-ox. 15 c contractors the building and industry membersof in

. . . :: Can Tampa.
Mrs. I. D. Borders, who Is
0 returning to her former homeIn

0 Lexington, Mo., after a
CAMAY FACIAUSoap NORTHERN PAPER IS year residency here, has

. . . 3 ';:?. 25' Napkins . 2kom..25* FfCESU> PRODUCE, farewell been honored parties.with Theyincludeda a series of

r buffet supper given by Mrs.
fRUIT HAPPY KID PEANUT II, Kline O Varn at her home,

CocktailHH' ;;s 39 Butter . . . 2 .|.k; 67 Cabbage (lb. 5 and a spaghetti supper given
SUNKIST C by Miss Leona Rehbmder.


P. & Beans 2 : 35F uit Lemons 2 For Wi/rM S, N b M Y Organ Club

29 To ObserveMusic
White Lta6n
Pies ;
BUG TIME? II.clL lt.t6n

Peas. . . . . . 301c.n 19 DUCHESS VELDA REAL KILL eta Ln.h., / ; WeekPolk
V.U_ 4tM.r
LARUTA CORNED 'Ice'f. link laAn dlNtry County Baldwin Organ
49* Pt 59cBeef Club will observe National
.u : 39Cream Bottle .. i Music Week with a special
. . . got: G..
1' lttth.r program at its meeting to.
at 8 o'clock
D.rlL GrtttlttrA.r night at Lonnell
Inc. 500 S. Florida Ave

Zest Rags Fine BakingBalcerite Northern LoChoy I'.clt' lahns Rehrar Music week will be observed
Soap l..rAn ltttAo nationally May 3-10
Dog Food Towels Noodles e..ol/ The program is planned to
Whi' P.MneL..rA.r emphasize the expression of

2 a 3V, 6 cons 48 3 con lb. 67' 2 shea 39f. con 303 '17' 207 S. Ky Ave present Joy Don in Ragsdale many several types, organist selections of music, will as

Acrwt from M..i well as a study of cords and
Pillsbury or BollardBiscuits demonstration of the violin
Heinz Heinz
I Lava Soap Cascade OPEN stop on the organ. Piano and

Baby Foods Catsup ,IA FBL NITS organ duets will be played by
'Til 1 Kathy and Rickie Moss. Group

2med.: 2Sf. 2toxl. 45' "" 'K' singing will conclude the pro.
4 for39f. 6 65' 23 gram.
14 os. r RED CROSS SHOETTORE H Refreshments will be served
All members may invite a

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LakelandersWill Thursday. AprIl 23, 1M. II

AttendDhtrict WIuJ.- thaw 6ldl Rainbow Girls LAKELAND LEDGER.MENTION .

Meet You Could Be Practicing To Initiate

I.w.lry Dept. SpeclalfI

Under Three will delegation attend of Lake-. o t y i ia And Not Realize/ ItBy CandidatesLakeland
Four meeting the of District the s't' r Yoga I I IN.U !

Assembly 26, Order
Ladies Auxiliary to the Vet-
of Rainbow for Girls will
tram of World War I of the JOSEPHINE LOWMANI eat glass or torture their have and Initiation, ALL ELECTRIC
USA at St. Cloud, beginning bodies. Nothing could be a meeting
Saturday at ,I .pm. in recently had a fascinating further from the truth!" ceremony tonight I at 7:30:
visit with Moya Devt, directorof o'clock at the Masonic .
American Legion Hall, Pennsylvania I did not think Yoga was a
the Yoga Guild of America to receive degrees are
Avenue. food or a baseball player, butI
at Carnegie Hall In New Miss Shirley Housefield. Miss
The delegation from Auxiliary must admit that I did not
No. 30K, Imperial I'olk York City: I have seldom met realize that In Its simpler Debby McElhenny Miss Margaret

County, will Include Mrs. such a rerresnI forms, it Is so applicable to Montgomery, Miss Jean-
Frances Bredeken president I In" vibrant 7 the dally lives of most men me Rogge and Miss Candy u
Mr*. Bertha Wrenn, Junior alive, gay per- and women. Sanders. Miss Lee Thornton,

vice president of the district: sonallty/t Miss Moya explained that worthy advisor, will preside.
Moya Devi Is The initiates will be Introducedto
Mrs. Harriet E Schweitzer R
Yoga really means to yoke or
an example ot _
district treasurer; Mrs. Dons Join. For instance, a man whole their big sisters.
Long, district trustee; Mrs. what Yoga can J highly engrossed In his Reports will be given by:
Beth Rausch. Mrs. Kate E. do for one, If work can be said to be in a Miss Gall Laver, ticket sales
am all for Itt!? j from the chicken dinner Miss
Hodges, Mrs Erma Higgins 1 state of Yoga, and most per- :
Miss Is
Mrs. ,'Gladys>1 Tantum Mrs. Moya sons, without realizing It, have Nancy Copeland, chicken and
American ofPeruvian ,
Rosa Mcintosh Mrs. Mary assumed some of the postures yellow rice dinner; Miss MaryJo
Betz, Mrs.. Vera Moten Mrs. e x-1 of Yoga. They Just haven'tfollowed Weight, visit to Winter Haven
Bernice: Fry, Mrs Anna I LOWMAN through with the rest Assembly's friends' night;
Saeger Mrs. Mary Rackley 'of the fundamentals of this and Miss Nancy Cox, visit to : I
with Both
and Mrs. Anna'L. Lee. grew up Yoga. her physical approach to learn Aubumdale's friend;' night. i
mother and father who
Burgess E. Banks Auxiliary CANDIDATE IS CATERED TO Mrs. Blanche Work, center, candidate for Polk County extensively, were exposedto the secrets of health and Refreshmens will be served I
No. 433 will be representedby Supervisor of Registration, was guest of honor at a coffee at First Federal Savings and this ancient science at an spiritual understanding after the meeting to which i
Mn. Betty Banks, Loan Association's Master Masons and members !
presIdent downtown
community room. Among the hostesses for the event were early age Being a Westernerwho Growlnllnter.at
Mrs. Ruth Kennel Mrs Mrs. Melba Mccranie ,_left and Mrs. J. W. Bryant. Photo of the Order of the Eastern I
(Ledger By Harper) has been actively associated
Mildred Frednckson Mrs. There has been a tremendous Star are Invited. i lee'ie. fl Meit't
with Hindu Yogis increase in the Interest in ELECTRIC SHAVER HEADS
Marie Gunnell, Mrs. Evelyn Tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. there
Mulhearn Mrs. Mamie Baker she knows both' the Eastern Yoga during the past few' will be a slumber party at I Cleened, Oiled Tuned up

Mrs. Ruth Bejerky, Mrs.. Girls Can Sew Themselves and. Western methods of learning years. I asked Miss Moya Miss Thornton's home for the FOR
Susan, .Evans, Mrs. Birdie why she thinks this happened. new members. At this time I ONLY 97f-
Felner and Mrs. Anita Light I have an entirely new Idea ,It is her opinion that this Is there will be a big and little
district four conductress. of Yoga and what It really is due to the fact that so many sister meeting with Mrs. Paul I FRIDAY k APRIL 24
The delegation from J. L. since my talk with Moya persons in public life, and so SATURDAY. APRIL 25
A Jett, mother advisor, presiding I
Phillips Auxiliary No. 2220 Trip To 'Paris Or FairNEW Devt. Miss Mqya laid, "Most ,many stars of opera and,the i FROM A.M. TO S P.M.

will include Mrs Mary Mc. people associate Yoga with stage are practicing this art. AT YOUR
those who have the too, thousands of our
given up Then
Jane Kinnon.Phillips president Mrs.; Mrs.Bertha Mary "fine seam"YORK Sewing a fitted sewing cases and portable Regional winners each will receive world and gone to caves or boys in service during the Fox Helps Kid.Moviemakers I
can lead to eating typewriters.The of the KCKIRD
one newest
Mrs. Julia jungles in search of God. Some war were In countries where
Myers, Hogen ,
strawberries and
Mahale Brown creamIn contest Is divided into machine! even think Yoga is yogurt, a Yoga Is a part of life Prob-
Mrs. Mrs.
Tobias Mrs. ParisI) That's the promise three age categories to ensure The fashions chosen at the food, or Yogi Berra who Is a ably, most of all, these are -
Mary Maggie waved temptingly before that entrants will be NEW YORK (AP-A play
com regional level next go to New baseball player times of strain. They are tense I
Peterson and Mrs. Ruby D. young sewers in the 12th peting with others of the same York for the national finals. "Others consider: the real times and more people feel that kids movle-making Is being Breve Perk Shopping Ctr.

Jackson Singer Young Stylemakers age. These groups are knownas From these are chosen the IS practitioners of Yoga to be the need of complete relaxation partly financed for Broad lakeland, Fiends
Mrs. Opal McKeever, Dis- Contest, which has just been "Tween" for 10 way by Hollywood's big 20th
girs| finalists who will compete for those who sit on beds of nails, and spiritual peace I
trict 4 president will preside. announced. through 13, "Teen" for those the top prizes. A panel of Century-Fox studio.
District officers will be nominated Girls from 14 to 21 can 14 through 17, and "Miss and judges drawn from the fashion For .All Ages I &

and elected. stitch up a dream trip to Mrs" for women IS through world make these final 1 I George Burt Moya Devi instructs people
Paris for themselves, and the 21. Each group has its own choices, which represent the of all ages. One of her pupilsIs
10 to IJ'trs can sew their prizes at all levels. five best entries from each 92: years old and many of CRISP YOUNG
I DavenportDAVENPORT I way to a five-day visit to the To enroll, contestants register age group. To Be FetedAt them began to learn at middle ,

New York World's' Fair, by at their nearest Singer Singer Invites the young age and later. This practice ,
entering the 1964 Young Style. Center for an eight-lesson ladies who created these IS A Coffee must be rejuvenating Age is;
Agnes maker Contest. sewing course, during which top fashions I and their not mentioned in Yoga until CONTEMPORARYSTYLES
Garner, resident of Bishop The contest offers a fabulous they will make the costumesto mothers, to New York as the George R. Burt, candidatefor one is over 100 years old andLorna
Gray Inn, had as recent assortment of prizes for be entered in the contest. guests of the company, where County Commission, District Standish, a descendantof
luncheon guests, Mr and Mrs. fashions sewn by these young Entrants have an opportunity they will dine at the smartest I, will be honored at a Miles Standish, Is still doing
Andrew P. Becker of Bloom- Stylemakers. Grand prizes are to win at two levels before eating places, attend a hit coffee tomorrow from 1:30: to headstands and Is 91 years

field, N. J? who are stayingat two all-expense trips for two reaching the national show, sight-see and pay a 11-30: a.m. at the home of Mr,
Indian Rocks Beach. to Paris, and a five- ay all. finals. In the first phase, a whirlwind visit to the New and Mrs. Sumner Williams, old.The complicated exercisescan
Mrs. Annie Ingram, who expense New York World's local panel of judges choosesthe York World's Fair The clio 42t Palmola Drive be done only under the by I
has been a medical patientfor Fair tour for three. Cash local winner Her award max I Is the fashion show where Assisting will be Mrs. Felix guidance of a teacher, but
several days at Green prizes totaling more than 10. Is a fitted sewing case and the young Stylemakers model Donatelll, Mrs Robert Ailing, most people are capable of
Clinic Haines City, Is recoup- 000 go to the IS national finalists the chance to compete at the their own creations for the Mrs. Harold Sale, Mrs. George achieving some of the simplerones.
crating at the home of hereon who also enjoy a visit in regional level. Local winning panel of Judges who select Allen, Mrs. Herbert Phillipsand All types of people can
and daughter-In-law, Mr. New York as guests of The garments then go to the regional the top winners.In Mrs Hazel Durrin.Merrick do these, lay people or even :
and Mrs. Bruce Ingram. Singer Company Other prizesare level, where a winnerin addition to the prizes they a person who Is crippled.
Mrs. Lucy Choate, tesident new sewing machines, each division Is selected. have won along the way to For a day or so 1 am goingto
tf Gray Inn, and a surgical the top, the IS finalists each Gets bring you a few of these
patient at Winter Haven Hos- COLLEGE NEWS will be handed a sizable simple exercises and a bit

pital, was visited recently by check. The five top "Tweens" Britishelniport more Intriguing Information, .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pray, Mrs. each receive a $400 check the about Yoga
Evangellne Whitney and Mrs. With A Southern Accent "Teens" a $600 check. and the NEW YORK (A?) The 1 i-
Margeson ,of St. Petersburg, "Miss' and Mrs.. an $800 smash London hit. "Oh, What,
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who also visited with other check. The top w uner in thirf a Lovely War'''' is definitely
By LINDA LEE RAY :,:Thomas McClary, chaplain.! \ PHILLIPS
residents and had dinner at group receives an additional set now for vnext season's .!
the Inn. Campus Correspondent The Methodist Student Movement $200. And every one of the IS Broadway schedule ,by David -FABRICS, or.
Florida Southern College I I recently gave awards to national finalists also are Merrick, ;\ X .
Summer Home held Its annual German outstanding members;&,Thoee awarded a portable typewriter Twenty-one sponsors vied lose '. Plated.Pheee .
Mr. end' Mrs. Claude C. Day celebration yesterdaywith receiving recognition included In the "Teen" and "Miss for the American, rights to MU I.MII '1 '.
Crawford, who spent the win. special displays, a chapel Charlie Blrdiong of Winter and Mrs" groups each winner the show, a revue In documentary Special'A '
ter here at their home on Bay service and a luncheon. Books Haven and Gleoda Bowman Is gifted with an all-ex style about eventsof ,This" Week's . woncferfuf
Street, have returned to Wads- in German with Haines City. penis trip for two to Paris, World War I. Teamed with .a A.HI". 5 9' I
worth, Ohio, for the summer. other material Sunny Zimmermann of Lakeland while the young "Tween" Merrick in the local presentation SATIN ,4. I II town-ond-career
Mrs. Teresa Myer of Cincinnati were used in. presided over the Inter- queen will be presented withan will be George Raf 54" ..'.tI S casual
spent last week herewith the displays fraternity council's awards all-expense five-day tour of flea, manager of the property I PLASTICS : it. 9'I tailored
Mrs. E. O Riedemanand A chapel serv dinner. Sunny was recently Installed the New York World's Fair It opened in the West I In a carefreeseersucker
Mrs. Irene Duncan. She ice was held I j as new president of for two persons. deI I last Junee. i
Is spending this week In yes terday IFC He Is a Sigma Chi. cord

Miami Shores, returning here morning | The concert choir performed !' blended of Arnel
for the weekend. The winnerof Tuesday night In Its '"
Recent guests at the Bruce the year of spring musical production In ILl: 1 triacetate and

Ingram home were Mr and study In a German g the Bra n s com b Memorial \
Kirs. Holland Collins\ and son universityunder I Auditorium 'i9 cotton. Beige,

of and Tampa.A daughter. Allen and Jean, the program exchange '' Student State ConventionThe Florida Education : I blue on white ;

complete and final countof of the German American Association holds its state : 17.98
the number of registeredvoters Clubs was announced. convention in Miami Beach
by political party affiliation Luncheon speaker was today: through Saturday, No matter what kind of acrobatics you ado (and you

color and sex has Frank Elsenchenk, FSC student Donna Abbott will be a candidate
been completed by the Polk from Winter Haven, who was ,for state office. Regular do plenty In your daily routs e f Fenna' lift*
County registration 0 f fie i e. student. .
the 196243 exchange voting delegates are Janle
Precinct 26 (Davenport) 796 Guests included Alfred Rovell, Crotty, president of SFEA, and Magic Oval Pantie wont wou 4r. can't
registered; 134 white Democrats president of the Lakeland Ger Joanne Needles. n.f :;

58 Negro Democrats, man-American Club, and Mrs. Southern recently received t {l'
692 total Democrats; 101 white Waltraut Cries and Mr. and $11.250 from some almost ride up ever! When you step u }l f ftsfSys down. \ .
0 Negro Repub-
Republicans. Mrs. Kalmae Elsenchenk all half-million dollars allotted to

738 licans whites; 393 ,make 58 Negro 403 females; three; of Winter Haven. cover the cost of tuition and When you stoop down, !it s u hU. ver you're iMi :
fees of studentsin
whites registered otherparties. Campus Survey registration J
Chi, professional need of assistance at FlorIda
Gamma Sigma it e. In today.t' ,
Mrs. Nellie Berger and son pre-lheological fratern- colleges and junior colleges doing, aJovelierjJ/uKC. porn *

visited Mrs. Florence White, ity, is in the process of surveying next fall. The money l !
Gray Inn Infirmary patient, campus attitudes to determine was appropriated by the 1963 9 I '

Also here to visit if students feel the Legislature. .
his recently.mother was Carter Whiteof need of having a church located The National Library Week "
banquet was held in the Pres-
on campus.
Warren, Ohio. ))0
Mrs. Sally Monroe of Safety Newly elected officers of idential dining room. The
Harbor Is the newest residentof Gamma Sigma Chi are Jack theme was "Oral Presentationof

Gray Inn. She was accompanied Durbin, president; Dick Gwlnn Dramatic I Literature"Among
here by her son, Ad- Vice president; Jim Owens, the students who work
miral Monroe of Washington, secretary, Chuck Cannon of with the library staff is Margaret #tyffs l lr The .,

D.C. Fro I t proof, treasurer, and Sharp of Lakeland.., ,t, / blue chip'
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A supper party was held at ;I
Gray Inn Sunday. A group knit'
of 11 drove over from Orlando
all members of StMichael's IT'S JaoqUeI1fle'4\ Only Mrmi'llft ".a seen in Vogue...
rail MClil MlKOv.l ii \
The rectorof
Church .lnnrlnlrIlls \ L blouion silhouetteIn
the Church the Rev. Ver- MCI tos atM Ln 4
accompaniedthem. mint move Independently carefree Arnel
non Quigley t' ef the ,dCtn't '.,. /
Light and right rMeu pull*-, "ever ln*., ., triacetate and nylon, its .. ;'

f .a Shown herei tang.lfMl slender cut emphasized by < '
@ 1Lt1DnalL . new bright O.l ,."c.. .
with weclel III* e_ narrow stripes and fine
'teL N'I... Lene ,
Leo H. Brook- PATENTS H.. .. .... K.LU .
Mr and Mrs. white s
,..:,..... Try Ins t'j /' woven tucks Black, brown,
er, 328 Palencia Place have
Ssax only 110.15. /\
returned from Tallahassee ia I II blue with whit. i

where they attended the graduation s':; ? a ,-, e\ N II I I 22.98
of their son, Larry
from Florid State University
He received a bachelor of arts jrU

degree from the university on 14,99 I OPEN
The Brookers were .
Saturday MON FRI
F. JSchavie. I
by Mrs
accompanied 'TIL 9 '.M.
840 South Boulevard
and Mrs. Violet McClamma, Glistening styles that !
1034 Euclid. Larry's grand / I mote summer more furt!

motber and aunt. respectively. Icy potent kottier uppers
attendedthe on open ihoes. ChooM
The Lakeland party /4. the open-lid. roil!) heel
dinner given by Delta Chi with pebble-grom coif I
fraternity for parents and /.JJ contrast. As teen In tsy3neenefl..Men I

guests of Its graduating memo .. Vogue.
bers. Larry was house manager -
and sergeant-at-arms of Sf'tJte;
Delta Chi and was active in i floor of ftthfan

the Inter-fraternity sports pro- OPEN MON. & FRI
gram. He was also a memberof .Sf'1 kT :

the fraternity combo, "The I STREET FLOOR .lollo4 NITES 'TIL 9 P.M. RiSkafc***' ?/F Las Mttn. . Lik l+ltd
Buffs," which frequently en- 211 fete Mae .. fie
; ''./. 1'IlIA '-.
tertained at informal parties i

on campus ./

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Showers Won't Bring May Flowers; Plant Seeds

'OAINESVILLE-April If the czar of the :-lichen Prior to planting, work the flowers and produce pink, make a raised flower bed wall close to the circumference -
showers may make May refuses the loan of her elec. soil until It Is loose and friable white, crimson and rose colored around the base of a tree without of the tree, allowing ample
flowsrs. But don't push your tric appliance, then use the add a sprinkling of gar blossoms. possible damage to the apace' for tree growth.
luckAvith this spontaneous patio grill. Chemicals obtainedat den fertilizer to the surface If you like to garden in the tree.Construct The distance between walls
generation theory, Jt may beaU the garden supply center and then mix the plant food shade during the hot days, an Inner and an and the height of the walls
wet. can be used to sterilize soil Into the top four Inches of the plant sultanas, also known as outer masonry wall to contain -' depends on the size of the bed
Rather than trust rain alone, If heating a pan of dirt be- soil. Water the area well, Impatiens. the bed. Build the inner you desire. _
try planting flower seeds. comes too hot a domestic rake It smooth and then sow Other annuals to plant now -
Prompt action now will put Issue. the seed In shallow trenches Include marigolds, dwarf sal- Tomorrow's Menu Ideas
fresh blossoms In the 'gardenby Prevents Rot that are about twice the diameter via or scarlet sage, wishbone
the time the gay colorsof of the seed in depth. flowers, rose moss' zinnias,
spring begin to fade. The big reason for sterilizing Plant These Now four-o-clock: petunia, moon- ,Eggs in Toast Cups with Savory Sauce lllw
For thriftier plants that seedbed soil is to prevent flower and periwinkle.Feed Savory Saucelead' W cup butter (J4 stick)
produce larger blossoms, damping off, according to Dr. There are a score or more Diet ) Lettuce Salad 4 cup nourteaspoon
germinate the seeds in flats J. N. Joiner, Agricultural Experiment annuals that can be seedednow. \'i salt
of sterilized soil. Station horticultur One is the ageratum. When transplanting annualsbe Fruit and Cheese Dash of 1
pepper .l
It Is easy to cook the soil ist. Damping off causes young Varieties of this low growing sure to feed them a liquid Milk 2 cups milk
in the oven. Merely heat a ,plants to rot at the soil level.If border plant produce blue, diet. University of Flori- EGGS IN TOAST CUPS 6 slices cooked, crisp bacon
pan full for one hour at 250 you prefer to plant a lavender-pink, golden yellow da specialists say settle the crumbled
degrees. Be sure the soil is flower seedbed outside, prepare and,creamy white blossoms. roots of the newly set plants Melt butter in
'moist when you place it In a small area In one cor- Celosia either the cocks with a pint of fertilizerrichwater. 9 thin slices breadtablespoons add flour and seasonings saucepan and; Ae
the oven as steam heat is a ner of the garden In a well comb or feather type, will Add two tablespoonsof ) melted butter blend. Add milk slowly and
sure killer of soil diseases. protected spot. This is a good give a brilliant show of color an 8-8-8 fertilizer per gal. 8 eggs continue to cook, stirring
Idea, because seedlings will during the hot months ahead. Ion of water for plants set in !
constantly until thickens
have a better chance to sur- Calor-wise you can choose sandy soil and,a like amountof Salt and pepper and boils. Add sauce crumbled ?
vive attacks by birds, scratching fiery red or golden yellow. low nitrogen and high potash Remove crusts from bead bacon.
sessions by dogs and cats For tall, lanky background fertilizer for plants set In slices. Brush both sides of Serve In
over Eggs Toast
and trampling by roving bands flowers try the four-foot cos muck or peat soils. each slice with melted but Cups.
of cops-n-robbers. .They make good cut Here is a tip on how to
tlS ter. Press Into six 3-inch

muffin pans. Toast In a mod. n

1 erate oven, 375', and break Epsilon Omicron

into of .
one egg the center '
v each toast cup. Return to Officers Told;

oven and continue to bake 1.4't kI

until eggs are set and to desired Meeting TonightMrs. :
degree of doneness. For
ELECT medium eggs, it requires James Young hat been
Wm. "Bill" Kitchens about 15 to 20 minutes. Remove elected president of Epsilon MRS. EDWARD C. COLLIER I
from muffin pans and Omicron chapter, Beta Sigma
Constable Dist #5Pd serve with Savory Sauce. Phi sorority. She will be Installed

Pal, Adv. 16 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday! April 23_ IOU____ Makes ( servings. at the May 14 me tine Edward Collier Marries
____._ _ _u__ __ _ :_.___ -U I

I Others elected are; Mrs.
I Russell Royal, vice president; Miss Steorts In Indiana

I Mrs. Irvin Mitchell, treasurer;
RALPH'SED Mrs. Ernest White,
Free i recording Ind. Mrs. Rob
BLOOMINGTON, was presented by
Mrs. '
secretary; Luther P'p-
kin, Beck Chapel on the Indiana ert Stumpner
corresponding .secretary; .
The bride, given in marriage
'"" Mrs. Mel Harvey, extension University campus was the
R & WHITE MARKET RED & WHITE MARKETPROVIDENCE ( officer: Mrs. Thomas Butler, scene of the marriage of Miss sheath by style her gown father,of wore white a

Civil Defense officer and Karen Jean Steorts of Mont- slipper satin made by her

WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. Mrs. Council Royal and Mrs. Harvey. verde, Fla., formerly of Lake mother. She carried a colonial
City representative
bouquet of rosebuds and min.
land, Fla. and Edward C.
chapter will meet tonight
Across From Kathleen Hi HIGHWAY 98 at 8 o'clock at the home Collier of Lakeland, on March Miss chrysanthemums.Judy Steorts served

of Mrs. J. K. Swindell, 21X18 her sliter'as maid of honor,
LAKELAND AD GOOD THRU SATURDAYBRYANT'S Maplewood Ave. The program 27.Mr.. and Mrs. D. C Steorts wearing a pink floral print

Quantity Rights Reserved "Sculpture and Painting," will of Montverde are the parentsof gown and carrying a bouquetof
be presented from the book the bride. The bridegroomis lavender roses and miniature -
BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE "Conduct". Expression, Purpose the son of Mr. and Mrs. chrysanthemums.Cousins .
Calvin C. Collier 220 High
I' I Final plans will be made land St., Lakeland.He Flower Girls
YOU I I' for the party Saturday.I The bride's cousins, Susan
save save GOLD BOND stamps In Air Force Valerie and Laura Melon!
The couple will reside at Shelton of Jeffersontown, Ky.,
1424 S. Washington Ave. were flower girls.
Bloomington The bridegroomis Jerry Wright of Panama
presently serving with an City, Fla., was best man. Ushers -
i Air Force detachment at the were David Suda of
HERMAN'S university. The bride was formerly Pensacola, Fla., and Louis
I i employed as a purser- Murphy of Utica NY.
BAND ette by Pan American World A reception was held at the
I Airways in New York. Mr. newlywed's future home. The
3 % $!i.
k. CHUCK6ox Collier attended Florida State wedding cake was a gift of
University and is a special the bride's grandmother, Mrs.
Meat student at Indiana University Naaman Shelton of Jefferson-
His bride is a graduate of the town, who topped it with the
i University of Florida bride and bridegroom figures
Z5 Dr. Frank 0. Beck per from atop her 50th anniversary -
f formed the ceremony. Music wedding cake.

ROAS T Rc Fort Meade Personals I

FORT MEADE Mr. and gery Mrs. Mabry will. visit
Mrs. Joe Simpson of Whit- the World's Fair

mire, S. C.. visited Mrs. Katie Banquet Speaker

SUCCULENT SiSMALL Durrance.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Bill Bevis visited -
John Mercer, who formerly
I in Tallahassee and Pan
JAMES YOUNG lived here, entertaineda
ama City with relatives. Mr
of friends at a bridge
1I 1 group Bevis spoke at a football ban.
luncheon at her home in
PORK Each quet in Marianna.
CHOPS I II Haines City. Attending were ,Mr and Mrs. Joe Load-
Mrs. Frank Nelson, Mrs. Lawrence
I holtes and Mr and Mrs.
I Sthreshley, Mrs. Bernard -
I Varn, Mrs. Warren Lang Grady Courtney attended a
Mrs. Gerald Mabry, Mrs. state convention of municipal
NORTHERN TOILET utilities in West Palm Beach.

; TRibs Greer Donald, Mrs.Rogers Roy Mrs.Seidel Tom and Mr. Loadholtes Is the mayorof
Ib.,49c I
I Fort Meade and Mr Court.
Mrs. James H. White.
ney Is the city manager. Mr
Mrs. Gerald Mabry is leavIng
g 5 SU
Is and Mrs. Loadholtes also visited
i to visit her daughter Pa-
his aunt Mrs. Shelton
I tricia, now Mrs. Phil Colston,
Clyatt In Lake Worth.
In New Jersey, She will stay
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis are
__ FREE I I with Mrs. Colston while Lieu
: ff the parents of a son, Joseph
I I tenant Colston undergoes sur-
KRAFT PHILADELPHIA -r Edward Davis Jr., born March
'/GARDEN TROWEL ., 2( at Lakeland General Hos-

f\ with the purchase ? pital.Mrs.. W. J, (Bess) Muldrow
of CAPEZIOSGo visited Mrs. A. B. Godwin.
I each giant size Cheese 5 The Muldrows lived in Fort

Meade about 25 years ago,
Roll moving to Anderson, S. C. She
pLgCES is presently making her homein
GIANT 69 c limit 1 3-os, 5 Limit limit 3 Winter Park for the winter

SIZE Please _pica, 1 season.

O Contractors Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hymerling
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
KRAFT ALL PURPOSE Chase & Sanborn Instant NIBLETS Newport attended a meetingof

Oil qt.btl.. 39 Coffee 6-ot.89 Corn 1 IZ-oi. 15 c contractors the building and industry membersof in

. . . jar Con Tampa.
Mrs. I. D. Borders, who Is
returning to her former homein
0 lexington Mo., after a
CAMAY FACIALSoap NORTHERN PAPER 15 year residency here, has

. . . 3 V.'r 25' Napkins 2 ".,., 25- FRESH PRODUCE farewell been honored parties.with They a series included of
tSoo buffet supper given by Mrs.
HUNT'S FRUIT HAPPY KID PEANUT /1 11 Kline O Varn at her home,

. . . t 39* Butter. . . . 2 ,:ft:; 67 Cabbage (lb. 5 and a spaghetti supper given
SUNKIST C by Miss Leona Rehbinder.!


P, & Beans 2 J.*. 35F uit ***% Lemons 2 For .1 Wi4th. S, N 60 M f Organ Club

Pies Whip L..sh.r b To Observe
GREIN GIANTPeas Each BUG TIME? Slack' L..th.

. . . . . eec 19* DUCHESS VELDA REAL KILL a.. L..",. Music WeekPolk

LARUTA CORNED Ice 49 Pf. 59c Pink Y.11ew L..N L.eth.r. Club will County observe Baldwin National Organ
: Spray Haw, Leeth.e
Beef .1;:" 39* Cream got: Bottle Lleht Goaloth. Music Week with a special
program at its meeting tonight
r ark Grastestis at 8 o'clock at Lonnell
Inc. 500 S. Florida Ave
Rags Fine Baking I1.sk' Music Week will be observed
Zest Northern LoChoy Ppte.t Re' ,.,..t
Soap L..th.. l.ah.r nationally May 310.
Dog Food Bakerite Towels Noodles Ce..1 The program Is planned to
Wltit Patstl..M.r emphasize the expression of

2 boat: 3V 150 303 Joy in many types of music

I 6 con 48" 3 can67f 2 sheets 39f.! can 17 207 S. Ky Ave.Acrcu present Don Ragsdale several, organist selections will as

I from MMI well as a study of cords and

Pillsbury or Bollard Heinz HeinzBiscuits demonstration of the violin
I Lava Soap Cascade OPEN stop on the organ. Piano and
Baby Foods Catsup ,JA FIL; RITE organ duets will be played by
'til 9 Kathy and Rickie Moss. Group

2 TS: 25 u-o.l. 4C < ate, 4t" singing will conclude the pro
4 for39f. 6 65' 23f. gram.
14-es, r Refreshments
RED CROSS SHOE'STORE 1 I All members may will be invite served a


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1: fJJUJ"gADw OLcL? Rainbow Girls Thursday LAKELAND, April 23, 1M4 LEDGER II


_ _ _ You Could Be Practicing To Initiate ------

_ Jewelry' Dtpf. SpecellA1MIION/

trict "y Yoga And Not Realize' If Candidates I I !

Lakeland Assembly 28. Order

By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN eat glass or torture their of Rainbow for Girls, will
have a and Initiation
USA bodies Nothing could be
I recently had a fascinating further from the truth!" ceremony tonight l at 730;
visit with Moya Devi, directorof o'clock at the Masonic Temple SHAVER OWNERS''
I did not think Yoga was a
the Yoga Guild of America food or a baseball player, butI Girls to receive degrees are
at Carnegie Hall in New must admit that I did not Miss Shirley Housefield, Miss
York City. I have seldom met realize that. In its simpler Debby McElhenny, Miu Margaret -
such a refresh forms, It Is so applicable to Montgomery, Miss Jean-
I Lag. vibrant 'r M4 the dally lives of moat men sale Rogge and Miss Candy ,ate i
Mrs. alive, gay personallty and women. Sanders. Miss Lee Thornton
vice ; I A1Fr / Ifl Miss Moya explained that worthy advisor will preside. I
Moya Devi The Initiates will be Introducedto
Yoga really means to yoke or
an example of.
I Join. For instance, a man who their big sister
what Yoga can In his Reports will be given by:
is highly engrossed
do for one, I i
Miss Gall Lever ticket sales
work can be said to be instate a
am all for its! j from the chicken dinner Miss
and ;
of most

r Yoga, persona
Mrs. Miss Moya III without realizing It, have Nancy Copeland, chicken and
an American of yellow rice dinner Miss i
j auumed some of the postures ; MaryJo
Bet Peruvian e x- of Yoga. They Just haven't Weight, visit to Winter Haven

-.... -"- "]O.--:; .r traction act I whop HISS LOWMAN followed through with the rest Assembly's friends' night;
r c ally
of the fundamentals of this and Miss Nancy Cox. visit to
grew up with Yoga. Both her
and Auburndale's friends' night
physical approach to
mother and father
who traveled
IS CATERED TO Mrs. Blanche Work, center, candidate for Pplk Coun- extensively, were exposedto the secrets of health and Refreshments will be served
No. of Registration, was guest of honor at a coffee at First Federal Savings and this ancient science at an spiritual understanding after the meeting to which;
by ', downtown community room. Among the hostesses for the event were early age. Being a Westernerwho Growing Interest Master Masons and members
McCranle. left and Mrs. J. W. Bryant (Ledger Photo By Harper) has been actively associated of the Order of the Eastern .
Mi1d There has been a tremendous Star are Invited. t.4.. 6 Maa'e
with Hindu Yogis Increase In the Interest in Tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. there ELECTRIC SHAVER HEADS
she knows both' the Eastern Yoga during the past few will be e slumber party at CJ. er, Girls Can Sew Themselves and Western methods of learn- years. I asked Miss Moya Miss Thornton's home for the FOR
Jog. why she thinks this happened. new members. At this time ONLY 97-
I have an entirely new Idea It Is her opinion that this Is there will be a big and little .
of Yoga and what It really is due to the fact that so many sister with Mrs Paul FRIDAY APRIL 24
since my talk with Moya persons in public life, and so meeting I SATURDAY.. APRIL 25
A Jett, mother advisor, presiding
Trip To 'Paris Or Fair Devi. Miss Mqya said, "Most many stars of opera and.the I FROM 9 A.M. TO S P.M. .
will people associate Yoga with stage are practicing this art. AT YOUR
those who have given up the Then, too, thousands of our
Jane ; Sewing a fitted sewing cases and portable Regional winners each will receive world and gone to caves or boys In service during the Fox Helps KidMoviemakers
can lead to eat typewriters.The one of the newest sew jungles in search of God. Some war, were In countries where -
Mrs. and cream contest Is divided into ing machines. even think Yoga Is yogurt, a Yoga is a part of life. Probably ,
the promise three age categories to ensure The fashions chosen at the food, or Yogi Berra who Is a most of all, these are -
before that entrants will be competing regional level next go to New baseball player." times of strain. They are tense NEW YORK (AP-A play
in the 12th with others of the same York for the national finals. "Others consider the real times and more people feel that kids movie-making Is being Grevi Perk Shopping Ctr.
Stylemakers age. These groups are known From these are chosen the IS practitioners of Yoga to be the need of complete relaxation partly financed for Broad lakeland., Florida
has just been as "Tween" for girls 10 finalists who will compete for those who sit on beds of nails and spiritual peace. way by Hollywood's big 20th
trict through 13, "Teen" for those the top prizes. A panel of o Century-Fox studio. I II
14 to 21 can 14 through 17, and "Miss and judges drawn from the fashion For .All Ages I I, l oaaaBaaB a M i
a dream trip to Mn." for women IS through world make these final I George Burt Moya Devi instructs peopleof
and the 21. Each group has Its own choices, which represent the all ages. One of her pupils
) can sew their prizes at all levels. five best entries from each o Is 92 years old and many of CRISP YOUNG
I I visit to the To enroll, contestants regis age group. To Be FetedAt them began to learn at middle ,
World's ter at their nearest Singer Singer Invitee the young age and later. This practice
1964 Young Style Center for an eight-lesson ladies who created these 15 A CoffeeGeorge must be rejuvenating. Age ,is.,
sewing course, during which top fashions l and their not mentioned In Yoga until CONTEMPORARYSTYLES
( offers a fabul they will make the costumesto mothers, to New York as the R. Burt candidatefor one is over 100 years old and
Gray of prizes for be entered In the contest. guests of the company, where County Commission, Dis- Lorna Standish, a descendant
by these young Entrants have an opportunity they will dine at the smartest trict I, will be honored at a of Miles Standish, Is still doing
Grand prizes ire to win at two levels before eating places, attend a hit coffee tomorrow from 1:30: to headstands and Is 9J years
field, trips for two reaching the national show, sight-see and pay a 11-30: a.m. at the home of Mr.
It a five-day all- finals. In the first phase, a whirlwind visit to the New and Mrs. Sumner Williams, old.The complicated exercises
York World's local panel of judgea choosesthe York World's Fslr The climax 428 Palmola Drive. can be done only under the Jt ty
has for three. Cash local winner. Her awardis is the fashion show where Assisting will be Mrs. Felix guidance of a teacher, but
for more than $\0- a fitted sewing case and the young stylemakera model Donatellt, Mrs Robert Ailing, most people are capable of
IS national final the chance to compete at the their own creations for the Mrs. Harold Sale Mrs. George achieving some of the simpler
era enjoy a visit In regional level. Local winning panel of Judges who select Allen, Mrs. Herbert Phillips ones. All types of people can :
son as guests of The garments then go to the regional the top winners. and Mrs. hazel Durrin.Merrick do these, lay people or evena ZJ% '
and Other prizes level, where a winner In addition to the prizes they person who is crippled.For :
sewing machines, In. each division Is selected have won along the way to a day or so 1 am goingto (
tf the top, the IS finalists each GetsBritlsh..lmport bring you a few of these
rat NEWS will be handed a sizable simple exercises and a bit
pltal check. The five top "Tweens"each more Intriguing Information, ,
Lit receive a $400 check, the about YogaPHILLIPS.
UDlPU"I A Southern Accent "Teens" a J600 check, and the NEW YORK (AP) The -
Miss and Mrs" an $800 smash London hit "Oh Whata '
who check. The top waner| In this Lovely War' 5 Is ,definitelyset 1
LEE RAY -thomas McClary, chplain"The ) group receives an additional now for ;next season's .
the Correspondent Methodist Student Movement $ OO. And every one of the 15 Broadway schedule by David FABRICS
College recently gave awards to national finalists also are Merrick '
n n II a I German outstanding, ,members.r Those awarded a portable typewriter, Twenty-one.' tensors vied lode I. fund.Pheae **'!.
Mr. yesterday receiving recognition included In the "Teen" and "Miss for the America. rights to j MO I-Jill '1
displays, a chapel Charlie Blrdiong of Winter and Mrs" groups each win the show, a revue In documentary I .n rr
Books Haven and Glenda Bozeman, tots' Week's, Special'I
ter a luncheon. ner is gifted with an all-ex style ,about events wwcferfuftownoncfcareer
00' Haines City. pense trip for two to Paris, of World War 1. Teamed with PriMa ". I''.M' COf
Sunny Zlmntermann of Lake while the youn "Tween" Merrick In the local presentation SATIN it. 3 I
In land presided over the Inter- queen will be presented withan will be George Raffles I '4" Upholder CQf I II casual
fraternity council's awards all-expense five-day tour of manager of the property PLASTICS ye, tailored
with dinner. Sunny was recently Installed the New York World's Fair since It opened in the West I in a carefree
and as new president of for two persons. End last June. I I
,1 t
is IFC He Is a Sigma Chi seersucker cord

The concert choir per blended of Arnel
for formed Tuesday night' in Its
of spring musical production In t triacetate and
the Branscomb Memorial .
Mrs )( I I / uditorlum, j' cotton. Beige,
and Slate Convention '
uUNDA I blue on white. .
of -' The Student Florida Education '
A German American Association holds its state 4 17,98

of announced. was convention In Miami Beach No matter what kind of you'do (and you
today through Saturday
FSC student Donna Abbott will be a candi t
been I : Haven, who was d.teJof state office. Regular do plenty In your. dally routine)]* Ferma'lift?
exchange voting delegates are Janie

Alfred Rovell, Crotty, president of SFEA, and Magic Oval Pantie wont, wou n't da re. . can't
; the Lakeland Ger Joanne Needles.
Club, and Mrs. Southern recently received
692 ; and Mr. and HUM from some almost ride up ever! When you step un i its ys down. ,

Elsenchcnk, all half-million dollars allotted to :

738 ; ; Survey. cover registration the cost fees of of tuition students and When you'sloop down, itj ytfti J w hatever you'redoing i

w Chi, profes In need of assistance at FlorIda
pa fratern- colleges and junior colleges it gives you. A6velierpgur, Com in today.

process of cur next fall. The money .'
Gray attitudes to de was appropriated by the 1963 ? / .
students feel the Legislature + I
his a church lo The National Library Week 1 II II I

of banquet was held in the Presidential :;'o: :" '. I
officers of dining room. The I I

a Chi are Jack theme was "Oral Presentationof '....v.o
of ; Dick Gwinn. Dramatic Literature. .,0" ;
; Jim Owens, Among the students who work .'
; Chuck Cannon of with the library staff la Margaret ,. "g 0' ;." The :
and Sharp of Lakeland. ,
D. C.A o f, treasurer;
I blue chip
| ii C ,.

of Jacqueline r OnryLrTe.lutaae/, ? seen in Vogue ,.
Inge ee.ela Mere 1
seal meet tact rare 1' tl ti blouson silhouette
of MCfl lea N ttia e."
) nwnt awe IMmnd y ; ;Jn carefree Arnel
non ; r
and 1 enter .f tea eras,
right i
Can't ,ull, bind, orftd. triacetate and nylon its
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Shown ion i la..S... slender cut emphasized by
new bright Ir ....1. Oval' pent,.
Wi't.1 l kip" .antr.l. narrow stripes and fine
NylM lycr. '
PATENTS "n4M and c.<..tp.w.rn.t s
1r Try Isis 1', woven tucks. Black, brown
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I Icy pottnt kortxr upperson
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f the open-lid toll heel,
the with pebbl.-prem calf F I
contrail. A* seen In i erlf

::1 BP BP noon of I.shkn

the 3 fleer* W M*' i
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of 1 I SHOE SALON . STREET FLOOR NITES TIL 9 PM. 211 East Mt/tt. . Ltktltnj o oJ
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Evangelism Rally

Being Conducted Daily M A Lt'

h {
Miss Norma Sweeney, serv Miss Sweeney will conduct
Ing under the International a rally this afternoon at 4
! o'clock at First l Baptist
Child Evangelism Fellowship, E
I Church In Mulberry and tomorrow
It conducting missionary ral at 4 p.m. at Christian 20 LAKELAND :'JEDGER: Thursday, April 2J, 19M
lies throughout Polk County. and Missionary Alliance k

She li a missionary to Salvador 'Church, Winter Haven. She ; __
Bahia, Brazil, and Is also conducted a rally yester- eD

., on furlough after completingher day and Tuesday. r
At the rallies awards are b
second four year term. being presented to the child Y C dAMt LSarwl
She will attend the Inter- from each Good News Club ) r 1L Ua ebS at

national Child Evangelism with the most memory cardsin r

Fellowship conference in Kan- his, "Promise Box." The ; *
children receive the cards for ; ty
sas City, Mo., May 4 8. Mrs. _
attendance at Good News
Daurlce Mi ley, director of Clubs and Sunday school by

Polk County CE, also will at learning the memory verse r

tend the conference. and bringing visitors. a


I Miss Sweeney spoke at a A' .A 1' eat Jewelry Dept. Bonus BuysPLI
I Religious Groups' I brunch on Tuesday at Lake
land Bible Church "Home
on Il.masw' h. ..... r.M .
Life and Customs of Salva- NOTIl. I. 1"tho rl Net NL... wMM.. W. Mw -
aM m-
TODAYwt'TMINstR curios from ....... awb ar w. haw WNhaW
..n_,..." chulr ."h.nsl.sssyrRIAN. JQ '"III. dor Brazil, showing Mrs. Robert Maloy of LAKELANDER QUEEN Kathy Stanton, center, daughter sophomore from Miami; Frances Shafchuk freshman from .. lam wlNehas wr, MNN.. a-m.eM. ,. .hwn .....PI. T_AMAne.

1 CHRIST'iiKormauoa LUTM1RAN oUu.I 7:30 PMlor B.:en.:I VFWHtlf adult Pierce is hostess for the CE of Dr and Mrs. John Stanton of Lakeland will reign as Dade City; and Terese Correia Junior from Jacksonville ........hi W aMUn.has MNlly rw If N" to po'.... 1.-. . -
Beach The public la invited to attend the festival, which begins -rS.DIAMOND
workers In Mulberry andPierce annual Festival
queen at Holy Name Academy' Spring next
'.ID..'" luncheon In with supper at 5 p.m., followed by the crowning and then
I WOM"N'S CHRIST/AN. TIMpl. at a Sunday, April 26. Pictured with Queen Kathy are, from left, * """ "* "" 1 yfO
of the 7:30
the "Last Leprechauns" at o'clock. =:
ANC, UNION' 10 am. at 'alv.ium, honor of Miss Sweeney and! play, : Holy ewntN I i. 14 K 47
Army Clltdal Mrs Miley Sheila Andry, senior representative from Lutz; Sally Hopkins Name Academy is at San Antonio, Fla. / SOLITAIRE ....... ,.._.ut" .Ii... '
SATU0 Tomorrow a brunch and o .
in OHOUP. lombintd' wlih roBMI meeting of workers will be Inw.M N
\ dinner it 7 am II Merman' '. butan .. I ._ut."
room held at the Robert Lake Wales Weddings Engagement AnnouncedLAKE BRIDAL SET :"r:
'T. DAVIDI' EPISCOPAL. Holr home 2800 21it St., SW Win s ... ... s
Comm.n'on' V.10 am ommamor..LInl J DIAMOND .nw = = ::
'. ft Mark lha .....n..U.Lo ter Haven. I I 9700
, - WALES-Miss AdahR. daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. Newnan High School and at. Miss Mansour is a member of SOLITAIRE whir NM-64'.64 ,:
MATI.IALIM Nelson became the bnde.of D. Maloof of Dawson Ga? tended Barry College In Miami the Theta Chi Alpha sorority. I
+ ; t I George T. Peterson of New and Mrs. Ellis A. Mansour of She will receive a bachelor Dr. Barranco is the grandson I HIGH STYLE w ... .1._- -' ,,.1OQOO
.,.IL M g.e.h i L Ulm, Minn, April 11, in a cere- Newnan and the late Mr. Man- of business administrationin of the late Mr. and Mrs. 4 SOLITAIRE -12..... 11.1 100 .
mony performed by the Rev. sour June from Loyola Univer- Vincent DeJohn of Birmingham I
W. L Joyner In the chapel of She was graduated from sity of the South New Orleans. Ala, and Mrs. Salvadore 1 CT. DIAMOND t'mwnM I'n N u"u 191

First Methodist Church. Joseph Barranco of Birmingham BRIDAL JET
Attending the couple were and St. Petersburg and
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Lane, son- Red Cross Seeks Social the late Mr. Barranco.He Men' & Ladies' MEN'S 17.J
in.law and daughter of the Is a graduate of Lake WATCH

bridegroom. His grandsons, Wales High School and obtained WATCHES men'''. .,ue... H.I......
Gregory and Donald Lane, Welfare Aide VolunteersWomen a bachelor of science degree ,........ Halr.l tl, W.ItAam ....-W......
served as ushers. Miss Patri from the University of ......._,-,,'....Ie", IreN..hwarnN' =.i
Alabama e Hm.....r 1..1. .w. bob, .wwr"i.. ...... I ,).2b
cia Lane, his granddaughter where he was a a A .d. "
bride's book. interested In doing teers to assist In home service member of Del Lfa er..a ...."... ..... ..... ..".. a, y.l
presided at the Alpha Epsilon ,... ..1'
social welfare volunteer work work of the
Immediately following the department ta premedical honor society
for the Lakeland.Mulberry local chapter. This depart- 14.95 Ult TO
ceremony, a reception was and Alpha Tau Omega frater- 699 1700
GET A HUGE given In the church parlor by chapter of the American Red ment works with service men LIST 45.00 LIST
Cross are to contact the local and their families. nity.Dr.
$00PORTRAIT members of Chapter CD, PEO Barranco was graduatedfrom
chapter house MU 3-5716. for Put social welfare
11x14 WALL experience Tulane Medical School in WATCHES
Sisterhood, of which the brideIs further information concerning volunteer or professional FANTASTIC DISCO

a member a Social Welfare Aides' is not necessary Mrs. New Orleans where he was ...... waMrrw/ ...Ie"" anti IMw'
Hostesses were Mrs. James Course to be taught In Tampa. Campbell said, adding that It president of the Student American ...,........wlthew.n .....,64/1... Mwral w.M mlhA.,",". ,.M,. 1 1211 '
Wi .
F Albert Mrs. O. T. Medical Association anda I
Bryan ehww II' aooIl- Nle
', Orvous This course Is to be an intensive would however, "be most war, If-a'::.1d.LADIES' :
CHILD Mrs. C B. Cannon, Mrs. CarlH. member of Phi Chi medical
one, according to Mrs. helpful.
Davis Mrs. J. E. deGaf- Mary Anne Campbell directorof The course will be taught fraternity. He Is presently Interning 17.J Purchase
ferelly Mrs. J. A. Holmes, the LakelandMulberrychapter one-half day each week. at the Charity Hospitalin Special,
'pa Mrs. H A. Ingley Jr, Mrs. La- New Orleans. DRESS WATCHES mw' w"hamrr..l '"
and is w.hh. Whb
4 mar Johnson, Mrs. Howard E. designed to Transportation to Tampa will The wedding will take place .... .....". Waith.m. w//rr, NN. ROC. ,.....,wLad. ,,.
create highly skilled volun- be provided by the Red Cross. .. earl,. ._.
May, Mrs. W. F Scaggs, Mrs. June 22 at St. George Catholic ware 5.1b' A.and. UnA 1 i.,11....draw..,. .ue Case. ...._kl...a..M mom
,... .. .......
maehme la's M..II' bwwwl.
H. H Schaaf, Mrs John A. Church, Newnan. main m
o ... ...._ VP ta .10_ rrwn-m5b MwNa
Scott, Mrs. StrAtton L. Story, Ts ".. last 1"1. II.

,. Mrs.S.Holman.H.Ellen Waddle O. Townsend and Mrs.Mrs.Ted I Tops At Bridge I Of Toward TheatergoersNEW A Tree A JEWEL DOllAR 1700 29,95T0 35.75 LIST 1413A

Mr. and Mrs. Peterson will
it itM spend a month in New Ulm, LAKELAND BARTOW YORK (AP-To en. 1 O..4 m..rl.e dual has f _

upon .their return to Lake Masterpoint winners of North-South winners of Bar- courage the younger genera. a PEARL m.M.N... w11wN....wi. a
- "'ne bs.rmw 1491
i Wales they will be at home at Lakeland Duplicate Bridge tow Duplicate Bridge Club lion's interest In Broadway NECKLACE I. N NN. .,...
123 E. Tillman Ave. Club games are: games Include: Mr. Nicholls theatrical fare the Shubert c.Lew....... A.rwh.re Yr b '
North-South: Dave House- and Mrs. J. G. Woods, first; organization plans to distribute
LAST '12 DAYS! \ OVERTONSKINNERLAKfe man and Paul Tyler first; Mrs. Ray Smith and Mr. a half million free tickets I 6-TRANSISTOR
I WALES Announcement Mrs H. G. Morris and Mrs. Tyler, second; Mr. and Mrs. annually through the Board of
has been made of the V. D. Flesher, second; Mrs William Dancy third; Mrs. Education. ARVIN RADIO ;
Fri.-Saf. marriage of Mrs. Loda Skinner Ewin Williams and Frank H. G. Morris and Ted Har- Lawrence Shubert Lawrence

TM to J. W. Overton Fridayin Stapor, third; William Neal land fourth. Jr? head of the firm that operates I Carnal.* wild U.lli.r fQ DC
C Bartow. and J. D. Nicholls fourth. East-West: Mrs. Williamsand 17 of the White Way's_ I hattar! ..4 aUU6TRANSISTOR
M. ** tar.
Following a wedding trip to East-West; Mrs J. P. Tyner Mrs. Steele first
0 t April 2425HOURS Hughes ; 35 playhouses, said principal iph.s.. Ear,.
the west coast of Florida, the and Mrs. Phillip Trohn, first; Alex Steinberg and O. O. producers have approved the 1Jt"1at M 0
couple will be at home 529 Mrs. N. E. Miller and Mrs. Feaster second; Mrs. Flana- plan
: 10 AM-1 PM; 2 PM-S PM ('TIL 9 FRI.) I_N. Third St. Ted Flanagan, second; Mrs. gan and Robert Thornhill, "We're planting the seeds," RADIO
Eleanor Smith and Mrs. C. R. third; Mrs. C. A. Cox and he said "there'll be rich re-
NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED EVICTION O> liVEKAl fOSU MANSOURBXRRANCOLAKE McColpin, third; Mrs George Mrs. Hadaway fourth wards." CampM' who 1 tarthar ..".,111' tax, "t-
S run rosi PODTIAIT a lUlU AND CHILDIIN or *u AGES WALES Mr and Hadaway and Mrs. Eric Mur- rn tarlat .ee) ..rh... far private 11..1.,. 65.8ni
C a0TAIT PtilVUHB AT ITOII A MW DAYS AmES TAKENRuby's RIDGE Ar I.l ...> arka ..., limit II.
Mrs. Taft Ephram Mansour ray, Mrs Perry Swindler and In Cyprus home industries
of Newnan Ga., have an- Mrs. C. W, Thompson, tie for Winners of Ridge Duplicate survive in farmhouses and cot IE3i
7 .tt.HIC"SMa NettTat Srowlel
Bridge Club games have been u9 1m
nounced the engagement of fourth tages. Lacework, scarves and
Tot & Teen their daughter Joy Patricia, announced as follows: spreads are made by the women
to Dr. Salvadore Joseph Bar- North-South: Mr*. Virginia and sold by men.
TypographicalUnion Miller and Mrs. Flanagan,
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ranco ion of Dr and Mrs. 1-- - -
Anthony Joseph Barranco of first; Mrs. Theo Waits and
Southgate Shopping Center Lake Wales. Auxiliary Mrs. Thompson second; Ted

i Miss Mansour is the grand- Harland and Mrs. Flesher.
Elects Officers third; Mrs. Blakemore and
Mrs. Hadaway fourth. P zFAMOUS skr
Mrs William J. Bickfordhas East-West: Doug Hall and
been re-elected president Mr. Thornhill first; Mr. and BRAND

free-and-easy . of Woman's Auxiliary 256 Mrs. Frank Stapor, second; I
Typographical Union I 45. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. C W.
Other officers re-elected to Walker, third; Mr. and Mrs.
their respective offices for the Charles Forburger fourth.IVY'S .

next club year were:
SUMMER DRESSESValues Mrs. G. H. Holdrum, vice
president, Mrs. Victor Aucker,
corresponding secretary-tiea-
I surer; Mrs. Virginia Douglas' .
recording secretary; Mrs. WIll
A. W. Matthews, chaplain,
To 1498 Mrs. Geneva Boss parliamentarian A'R' CONDITION
; and Mrs. P. T. Williams

and Mrs. Richard HOME ALL FAMOUS
.1 Brooks delegates to the Central OUR

Labor Union meetings. AS unLE AS
Installation of officers will Fog

be held In the home of Mrs. NAME BRANDS
$6 W. R. Waterson on May 19 $2650 1 MONtH

when members are to bring a
't' and
r t ea $8cottons guest elephant"and auction.gifts for a "white NO DOWN at


< ..'" l'I. Mrs. M. W. Gunn- ,Mr.Carter's and I 1 !

'k( I linens t"J' Road, attended funeral serve

0 i Q wr'yd. ices for her brother, Sidney
0'Brien, Jacksonville. I
t I ; ;'f .Ierseys'1" J. R Hutchinson Is a patient !

1"'I I at Bartow General Hospital THIS
and Is reportedly Im I WitH
\ blends'I] I proving. '

4'IO0j1 .' Mrs. Jim Moody is a patientat
1 ;\ .. Lakeland. General Hospital.Ultl'anadinola
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will. be in' permitted to advertise.
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Thursday, April 24.1M4 21'

y r Let Your Table SettingsBe. LAKELAND LEDGER. : picture
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j td 4 ,1.i A Feast For The EyesNEW LAKELAND B.dlL GENERAL !1 framingMATS


fY0.I'r YORK-Of all the associations according to one setting at the mond Loewy/WUllam Snaith and Mrs. Bruce B. :
NI linking our tenses New York World's Fair. for the American home Plates Browning Lithia, son, April : NON-GLARE
perhaps none is stronger than There an exhibit In the have the faintest ridge to demarcate .21. 1
that between the and the Pavilion of American Interiors rim from the rather Mr. and Mrs Charles D. J PORTRAIT GLASS
eye shows visitors how to present flat center of the plate, and Peyton, 224S New Tampa j
appetite. Old-time cookJ'put the ultimate in outdoor cup and dishes have recessed Hwy., son, April 21 I
frills on the lamb chops and dining Alongside silver tumblers bases which give them a Mr. and Mrs Tommy N. j Ashe Photo
carved elaborate designs in and a silver buffet server floating quality as. they sit Lester. 2357 Will is ton, daughter :
the vegetables. But today we is a traditionally styled on the table.Experiments. April 21
add the eye appeal to our tables stiver chafing dish electrified : Service
s ei With Color Mr. and Mrs W E. Skelly, 1
in less time-consuming It is the first of a com
r ways-brilliantly colored ta- plete line of electrified silver Cheerful companions for 955:\:\ Southern Ave., daughter, : 1049 South Florida
blecloths gay napkins, the unusual holloware which an American whatever your choice of silverware April 21 I 683-1321,
c'"terpiece-all Blending silver company is planning to and china are linen Mr and Mrs H. D. Daniels, f I:
to a palette which the introduce soon napkin in every color of the Tampa. son, April_ 21 i GoQooooooe
modern hostess uses as an China, of course is another rainbow For a buffet where --- -
artist .use pattern shape and very important factor in the you may not have enough
color blending of your table decor. napkins of one color It looks
But the one constant factor Stark white rather than off- like deliberate genius to mix
la attractive tables through white or cream, Is becomingvery them in a palette of their .
the ages has been the magic popular as the back. own a different color napkin r--
effect of silverware Its soft ground for the pattern which holding the silverware for
glowing patina develops with then seems to stand out In each guest One other effective
CREATING CHAPEAUX for the Lakeland Little Theater production ut the hit musical, constant use, so it ahould never sharper contrast. Fine china way to present an un- N
r "My Fair Lady,- to Mrs Max J. Selig who has been designing hats as a hobby for years. be saved just for special made in Europe is getting a usual table is to use these
She will make 10 extravagant hats of the Edwardian era for the show (Ledger photo by occasions but put into service new shape, too, in Block's very contemporary colors as
Harper) ,every day-even on the patio, Chateau designed by Ray.. the background for very traditional -
china-brilliant lime
green, for instance, with historical .
Winter Haven Social NewsWINTER blue LowestoftCenterpieces 1 I
Of Hats For 'My Fair Lady''Seeks pieces become, too, when conversation

HAVEN-Dr. and' York City attending the 19th you combine unusual ingredients'
Mrs. Albert 1.. Carnett are In annual National Curls' Club A recent table setting
Friends With Fine FeathersBy Conference. "Heritage and Horizons" -
Nashville Tenn., where Dr. contest winner put green apple -
will be the conference
Carnett is a member of the and magnolia leaves in a .
theme selected to help girls teak bowl with great effect
LUCIA MYERS la January of this year Mrs Selig took a committee on boards of the live in an ever changing world. Another blended orchids and ,,r.
Her lap Was piled with hats-aU designedand trip to her former home town. New York Southern Baptist Convention. world. Among the scheduled white onions I
made by Mrs Max J. Selig. She pickedUp City Instead of buying gifts for some special The Carnetts will leave Nashville speaker will be Dr William So even if etiquette lays
a black and white turban, anchored it over friends she made a hat for each of them- for Lexington, Ky., where Park of Simmons College, Dr down the rules for the arrangement t
her dark hair and Identified it as "my favorite eight in all. When they gathered for a social they will visit their son-In-law Howard B. Gundy, dean of the of your silver and
." Then she focused on the greatest event she brought out the hats, and It turned adD daughter, the Rev, and school of social work of Syracuse china, it is the Imaginationand
Challenge of her designing career making the into an hilarious .tying. party. Mrs. Mrs. James Bryant, and University; Mrs Esther color excitement of your
monumental Victorian hats for the Lakeland Selig suggested that they borrow each other's grandchildren prior to returnIng Peterson, assistant Secretary table that provides the feast
production ef "My Fair Lady." hats for special occasions and that suggestion to Winter Haven. of Labor and John J. McCloy. for the eyes.

When the Little Theater presents the must- brought on another wave of excited Mrs. Vertle Erwin Is visiting --I J
cal comedy next month, 20 bats will sway preening her daughter, Mrs. Carl Ed-
with plumes and ribbons and l'OIe.-.ll from Her flair for hats is based on years of mondson in Fort Payne, Ala. I i
hand of Mr Mrs. Thomas Adams has !
the Selig. and She left
sewing studying fabric grew up In
"Those !" she said for Md. due to the I eovo1.1
plumes feelingly, expressing a creative household. Her father was an Rising Sun ,
Illness of her mother. Mrs. Adams .
the hope that any which are lurking artist Her first remembered Impulse toward I
In L elanders' closets will come out and costume-designing came in the form of is the director of transportation
make their stage debut on loan for this a daydream when she was only six. Her at the Winter Haven I
Girls dub :
occasion.In mother bad a Copenhagen blue dress which,
Florida where hatlessness amounts to the chad thought, was the most beautiful VisitorsMr. I New
a habit, a person has only to sit In Mrs. she had even seen. She spent some time and Mrs. Clifford I. I
Selig' living room on Queen Street and listen wondering' bow she could turn it into a dress Sherman have visiting them I A
for a. few minutes to her reminiscence for herself If she were ever allowed to do their daughter and grandsons, Little
order to discover how adventurous bats can be. so. She never had the chance, but her Imagination Mrs. Milford Briniest and

Creations la Demand had beea stirred. At eight she was Mark and Clifford of Montgomery 1 \

She has made her own dresses since she beginning to sew, and her mother allowed Ala. Heels \1 I
Dr and Mrs. Jason Robertson
win a school girl but it wu only about two her at 19>> to make her own choice of fabric an returning to their summer

yean ago that she Joined a hat-making! class Taught At CollegeShe home In Minneapolis, aft. Are here in \

at the YWCA In Tampa Almost at once. and her husband came to lakeland er spending their first winterIn Block & White Potent \ '
dramatic thing began happening.She Florida. Tho couple plans to
20>> yean ago. She had taken graduate workat to skim you
of her tint creations to a
wore one several she return to Winter Haven in Oc
Cornell University. yean
netting-and came back hatles Someone tober. along l I in cover q
clothing and textiles' at Florida South.era
pad bought it right off of her head. She made taught College where her husband still teaches Mrs. John Hanna and her girl fashion YFr.1 r ,
another and a friend said: "When you finish business administration. mister Miss Ann Herrington. '' rrt 1.
'wearing it, I want it." are In Georgetown Ga, visitIng t :
Friends began asking: 'What kind of bat Many factors enter into her hat-making their aunts, Mrs. William : $9.99Corso's '
should I buy to go with this dress?" And. if She construct the shape from the beginning.She Gay, Mrs. Gus Hollow ay, Miss I .*
she bad time she would say blithely "III like to choose fine fabric and manipulate Ann Herrington and Miss I HALF PRICE BONUS
''make one for you."' The excitement of having them into a sculptured sauviry of line. Genie Herringtoa for a few
which she showed for this Interview to return i
"original" Imparted a verve to those The hats days. They expect
an when her creations alighted on their Included a turban of beige nylon Thursday. PARIS DESIGNED JACQUES HEIM
friends maUDe, a white felt with green satin rolled State Meet BRAS AND GIRDLES NOW IN COLOR

heads. ta hat-making ta to brim a black turban topped with three red Polk County residents .
Her greatest pleasure she called her favorite "whit bra from tha
The one Buy any
model especially for the person andfot' roses. log to attend the state leav.// Open
design a with versatile snood
a particular outfit. However she turns is a white satin turban a wood disappear ing of the PBX include r Frl. Eve group and get any Sophfsifcafed Black: or

out hats *o artful and adaptable make that women them. of black entirely matte under Jersey.the The crown or be may pulled of sentatives the Imperial from the Area.PBX Club The I PBM'NB Rosy Pink one at Yi price I Or, a black or

buy them up a* fast several u she hat can to four board down over her hair. meeting will be held in Tallahassee I pink girdle Is yours for V price when ro-
Last she took trend fa I toward
year Lakeland chapter of the American Mrs Selig believe that the tomorrow through Sun- I buy a white one. Carol Brent brat andi
of the Charge Plans
meetings more hat-wearing. A new bat. ays, day. Attending will be Mrs.
Association of University Women without and elves a psychological lift a finishing touch John Chaffln. Mrs. George Loyowoy girdles of Jacques Helm design
each time she returned home TAe and an aIr of good grooming for whichshe then'* Yount Mrs. Merton Roberts,

hats but with fund for the organization national building DO substitute. Every time she gives a new Mr*. BID Funk Mrs. Ray Mason Bandeau Brat A, B, C cup sues . . 3.49
proceeds went Into AAUW twit to a fabric or a flower, she .la giving a Mrs Frank Wlremsn. Waist Leg S-M-L-XL . '.9S
of the chapter Dipped Long ,
presidenthere I
fund. She 1 II a put the trend. Mrs Myrtle O'Steen and the
and is now on the state board. personal push to communication advisors of the Boolery Long Line Brat A, B, end C cup sixes 4.98

group, Mrs. Richard Guy and Split hip Long Leg Panty, S-M-L-XL 8.98
Mrs Batton. formerly The Shoe l..
I Date Book I II Diet Dressing Mrs.Ralph Clay D. Hlghtower. executive 1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD.
Lakeland Polk County Dieter will enjoy this tangy director of the Winter I 124 E. Moid Downtown Lakeland I

TS* u... low-calorie salad dress- Haven Girls' dub. Is In New .. ._ r
ATIO/4'warw'dw -
.TOOAVLANCLANO .T aOILO ,ll ,.I.,- CI: : .,: . JiI>ant .J Into electric blender put -
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anon" 05 alas.N.L0081*PIIOT'CTI't?!. 111._w'.DI.,04.Cu,,.. arWs W ..sswts.w tomato sauce, 1 tip. Worcestershire BE DARING make
m'iuo, M 0 w .a m. WCIC" sTu50AY. sauce 3 tom bottled
{. 'SY..OC5MT1 O.1 ._KIWAMI1... 19Cine. sue LAKELAND ss., urt ANT IB COILS wiwU.. trtmtrv..ur lemon Juke and V4 tsp. eeltr'l -
mST. '
a CC C "050AN Mr. Mid 50. U t3o 5 m. Mr*. salt Combine Ingredients
Cwt.OLN. a COUNTY 0. Locn.ll.saIOWIN res., 500...ttal winlfra SMlMUMr w4 Tom WUiiete until smooth about IS sec
.... dO.u.r r'u4. Addt..IOYO./w
P1.sliMs p,0sr td.DII1..........told.. ra--'" 50, U.t wtrMIMR 0tetr'ts N s 5 :"aI1 MW N QSThMtS.lea onds. Yield: 14 cup dressing. with WARDS theWIGS
Ana" rs. Use one tablespoon per serving
p105Yi wteAL IOClrrl. '
"..011..dIC D.. m.Miu:Lii i m. >l .....t 1W. stud bn .rwUOf>. Thaw'ad toUcMtxl at only 9 calories.

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LAaILANS car..na"A.T eV'L.. e0 Mfn4b !

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Audience Analyzed lovely r STYROFOAM HEAD FORM IN


from 48 states of the union : f-

and I foreign countries attended of
pure J .. _
during : __
performances ,
of the Minnesota ,1' -sa.t . ....Ji\;'. ; Rr W t
the first season design I : M.f'.... ' .,.
Theater Company at the I I'I'1.' t

Tyrone Guthrie Theater.An $2.99 -"iI.'t ,':".J,,'
analysis of last sum I .ch f" : '"
mer' audience of M3.000 I il' .. ....,.;"'{ .
showed that 70 per cent came ..... ;. I .. from within 100 miles, but the I I t 0"' )' :
balance Included visitors from t, \
such far places u Poland, I \
: t.
Australia and Japan.
Oliver Rea. managing director : J k r t' a \\ Y rf'F
said the research was 'f"'i. ,
designed to provide "more I ....
accurate guidelines for future I

activity. ,

There are two typeS of I w HUMAN HAIR WIGS ,

metallic thread. These are _rya
true metallic threads and I

synthetic threads.! There is So appealing,with an airy little collar open to the '.

very thread little used of the in garments true metallic because I: breeze.Carefree 65% Dacrorf polyester, :

of the laundering problem I I 35%cotton.White,pastels sunny hues.28 to 38. FREE ORCHIDS IN 7995
It creates. The synthetic I I APPLIANCE DEPT. PRINCESS WIG $ 135
metallic coating stays shiny I

through wear. When laundering purchasing and a i He Sfore of 1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVJ HUMAN HAIR

garment with a metallic a4 Priceless '
thread read the label carefully : LAKELAND NO MONEY DOWN

for Instructions of proper .
have &5&$&,S3 Sftt S: ,S&y| . 0 1.
Some metallic kp1. tbj. \ ,
a very care. low melting point 5. 1 sptpsfaction ara t d'oryoul' ey baCkl! \ ;
therefore, use a press cloth <'T.- 816 N. Florida AWl.I E ca g o mor '" i ;ATWAUDS,
and low temperature setting Lr
.1 I
on iron for press me.

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22 IAKFLAND LEDGER Thursday April 21, I9C4_'] New Polk Junior College Exudes Pioneering Spiri

By DON RICHIE less of the controversy swirling one below this standard win the end of two years, as well Whether a person wants to-( by not having a finer finish I
Ledger Staff Writer around its doors at its not be able to carry college- as any studies at Polk will be study management for to their knowledge, or upgrad
WINTER HAVEN "When present location, Bartow. AirBase level work" said the educator 'fully recognized and accredited foremen; citrus or chemical ing themselves professionally who :
you write to us, Just mail it by the National Association technology: a two-year vocational insurance men valued "CLU"may want
to the after
to General Delivery Somewhere "I can wen see 'thereason Semester System of Accreditation drafting or agricultural their name Chartered Life
In Polk County, quip- why our cities are vying for Core program or a stenographic
Subjects Underwriter, a fully professional
Fred T. Lenfestey The school will be on the science and short
ped Dr. the site not only for the prestige secretarial
or salesmen
-7/ president of Polk County 'value, but because many semester system for the first A common core of cultural hand course,,be, can find it who want to better their
,, Junior College, at a Kiwanis 'ofhe city officials ,realize year, with a registration fee subjects on the college level here. potential, to name management a

luncheon here Tuesday. that ,the college :will becomea Language AM, History Cites Gains' few who ran be served at Polk
(particularly American) and
This typifies the pioneeringand definite' community service Junior College.
determined spirit the college ," 'the distinguished educator : the Humanities (art, literature Back In 1900, said Dr. Len
seems to have-regard- told Kiwanians, music, and philosophy) festey, less than one per cent Publicity chairmen for clubs
-will form a background for and organizations may be interested
of 18-22-year-old college age
r S t. f . al He added, in emphasis, that those going on for degrees in persons went on to higher In a tentatively proJected
wherever the educational Institution teachinglaw,'medicine, scientific education after high school newswritlng short-
AreaChanged finally ends --it -so that their releases
up course
Vast areas of administration 37 of thoseof
In 1960, per cent
will be dedicated to the service may find more acceptanceand
not only of the whole r t But the true communityservice college age were in some less rewriting! by news
I county but to all'of south- will be seen In. tech Institution of higher learning. papers.
central Florida! nical courses Individually Young people he said are This and a course in flower
or toward a two-year seeing that to make ends meet
By Quake, 2 Years At Ban Associate of Arts Degree, said in this day and time sup- arrangement are examples of
the college's aim to provide
Whatever the final decision, Dr Lenfestey porting wife, children, babies
r service not at
() JCrfa \I ork ttmueWASHINGTON said Dr. Lenfestey; Polk "Many fully trainable young and a car-take a healthy paycheck ers'public taxpay

As much as County ,Junior! College| will, re- people need a finishing polishto and those educationally expense.
12,000 square. miles of the earth's main at Bartow: Air Base for 6 i wEI1f their basic technical knowledge equipped are better in line to CUes Diversity

surface appear to have been .at least two years, ;becauseit before going out Into the get that paycheck. Police science, firefighting
ai lifted from three to eight feet by. will fake that long for legislative world as foremen or supervisors Some pursue an evening hydraulics as well as cultural
.n 6Y'P last month's Alaskan earthquake .. capital outlay and the In their areas," said program in their vocationoreven courses-are examplesof
It was reported today. actual permanent building the college president, "we to a four.year college the curriculum to be provided
A comparable area, to the" program in readiness for actual aim to provide a curriculum degree. These, he said, are' by a "fine faculty carefully
northwest of the "hinge line, occupancy. for them, too. with a full the mature young or oldsters selected and ranging
subsided, permanently altering "I know appropriations i.-w technical and vocational program who see that education is a from recent graduate students
parts of.the coast. problems," said the recent taught by experts in key to advancement.Some to grey-haired veterans" He
Wavelike motions of the earth Peosacola Junior, College vice their fields." have, gotten degrees said there's an adequate salary .
a were so farflung that, In Texas, president and dean, "I hove FRED T, LENFESTEYof Man In Between while' never seeing the cams schedule of county pay
the city of Houston bobbed up come with pick and shovel to pus in daylight, "and this plus junior college: allowanceto
and down almost five Inches 'help begin other Institutions, This Is called unofficially, takes determination and a attract good professors.As .
1 LETTER FROM PAST HAUNTS INDIAN LEADER-Ctntralfigure Water slopped out of swimming and I am prepared to do so $75 per semester, if a full the program for the Man, in ,will to succeed to integration "All we

In "th 01* el the myirtrioui, letter" )I. ShrlpeJ Arnrlr pools and swished back and for Polk when appropriations load Is carried or $21 per Between-not satisfied merely "This Is a world, now, here can say Is the college will be
Done, pro.Ryiilan cemmunlit party ben In India, who I li all.g.4In forth In harbors, breaking ships' and locations 'problems are evening course, for those who with a high school education, maturity will win out over a integrated if you call pro
the a0-y.or.Id document te have tried te buy hi! freedom" moorings. settled," 'added the 43.year- work in the daytime. but not able to pursue a four- head merely crammed with vision for men and women integration
from, jail by ipying for the Brihih.. (AP Wlrephote via able from" Furthermore the piston-like old veteran of: nine years at 'The second year, plans are year program because of vocational facts and .figures Educationmust how can you be
motion of the earth, up and Pensacola to revert to the standard aims- time or money have direction and a more Integrated than that,"
New down, created t I atmosphericwaves He outlined schedule, fees statewide year-round (or trimester problems. point of focus," said the college quipped Dr. Lenfestey
that were detected in and programs 'to be followed ) system.Dr. He told the story of the president The Negro he said seriously -

Letter From Past many parts of the world. la the bythe college when it opens Lenfestey emphasizedthat citrus worker who was told to Older People Return generally tends to think in
U.S. state of Georgia water levels its doors on Saturday, August the two-year college, set a tractor tool gauge for terms, of a Jour-year curriculum
in wells pumped up and 29 for.counselling and scheduling such as Polk, is "not half of 3'/j' inches, then later to set Sometimes It takes an older whether for prestige or
down 10 to 20 feet. of students before the a four.year program, but a it for half that amount person who has "learned by a personal needs
Haunts Indian RedBy Effects Described September 2 registration rush. separate entity in Itself-and Puzzled, the laborer said heap of living" to appreciateand "The ;school board will
Admission requirements will therein lies Its great potentialfor "Boss, ')f I knew how to do best use educational op- make any final determinations
These effects of the March 27 I be a high school diploma, or community servic." that, I wouldn't be driving'this portunitiea- and many older in that area, but in a

CONRAD FINK Ing to do him In, trying to oust. quake were described at the equivalent, a bare minimum For those who plan to begin here tractor" people are returning to cam college in my experience
his pro-Moscow faction and take annual meeting of the American I of 130 points on a statewide their 'education at home, then 'We want to administer to puses to brush up or add to 3100 students, 12 were Negro
NEW DELHI, India (AP) the party into Peking's fold. Geophysical Union, being held high school placement exam- transfer to a larger 'upstate those who want to better their education. I don believe Polk will
India's capital often beset by His high-ranking comrades, here this week. Dr. Frank Press, out of 495, or a retest to reach or out of state college, an themselves," said the administrator They see "the loss I've suffered have any trouble," said Dr

was worries able over to smile famine this and week rioting at, known for their Chinese leaningswere director laboratory of of the the California seismological In- that point "We feel that any. Associate of Arts Degree, at , moneywlse!.!in-my Job" Lenfestey, confidently! ._ (

"the case of the mysterious let- making speeches all over stitute of Technology, called it
ter." India about the letter, saying it
"one of the great earthquakes
This thriller has ingredientsto was in Dange's handwriting and of all time"
:had been cross-Indexed of
make an imaginative mystery scores
Press recently returned from
writer envious: British intelligence times I in the 40-year-old government
a tour of the quake area. He
unknown hands secretly I records and obviously was: confirmed the dramatic upliftof
searching the dusty national not I a forgery.
a vast region, reported to the
archives, a revolutionary flying Prime Minister Nehru's government meeting by Arthur Grantz of /
home from Moscow In the night ; opened the archives the U.S. Geological Survey The

Somebody Will Lose tong I ties to enough seethe for letter Interested- one Com par'remarkable thing, they said, : :;
was that communities suffering
To top it off, the still-awaited I munlst official said he looked at the most radical uplift were lit. fwti:
ending to the thriller is almost'It for three days and then tie damaged. .

certain to reduce either Sovietor closed the file Thus the town of Cordova, !

Communist Chinese Influencein Who Found It? Alaska, Is six to eight feet high. .l. " ,
Communist party doings in er than it was before the quake, ; . " a g
India. No one in fact was insisting yet its buildings suffered comparatively \Vl? < t/ ;
The hero or heel, depending on very loudly that the letter was little. Middletown Island ;

your politics, was Shripad Amril a forgery well out to sea, was slm-
Dange, the proSoviet.Commu- ,But who, originally found It?. ilarly lifted out of. the water. .
nlst party boss In India vice- Who had access to these forgotten / 3as
chairman of the Moscow-con.. government files in order t o Some Subsided Q
trolled World Federation 01 f, give Dango's: ; enemies their am,- On the other Hand the Coastal i -

Trade Unions, and general secretary munition? areas of the Kenal peninsula =
of the All-India Trades The. right-wing .Bombay newspaper and Kodiak Island have subsided t :
Union Congress. Current, was one of the i about the same amount
_ _
He was in the spotlight be. first to 'publish the letter Dr Jean Claude de Eremaeck
cause someone somehow Where did Current get it? er of Rice University in Houston .
searched through hundreds of Nobody was answering any of Texas, said little or no
thousands of letters and documents these questions but there was damage was done by the bobbing -

in the National Archives speculation aplenty motion there because it v < MAbo! . '
and found a letter supposedly Dange was in Moscow when was so slow. The wave crests '". 4'' written 40 years ago the'storm broke 'He flew home passed at 15-second Intervals. f. '. :;' '" "" ; : < .. ,f f
It was said to have been and declared ,he was enjoyingthe fowever, in Corpus Christi '< ' \ : tt
penned in a prison cell by a whole affair because it gave Texas, he' said, a 650-ton foundation <,/J.; \; {- \ : ,, : :t'f :; f . > {
young Communist revolutionary him a good chance to challenge was reportedly moved < t t

jailed by India's .then British :arty dissidents four Inches. GULFPRIDE 'SINGLE.GI1 MOTOR OIL
rulers, on a charge of antistate His mood changed the next Early reports of "tidal waves"in ,< ".i .. : .
day when he received telegrams the Gulf of Mexico were dismissed "*''' v <(.' '. or '* '
activity. ,, ; o <
from party cell throughout India by some scientists as

Freedom Sought and his own Trades Union unlikely. What actually occurred fyi, ., '. .' : BEATS''FOUR' MAJOR COMPETITORS IN .
The young man, frantic at the Congress.; All demanded that he appears to have been a series .
; ,
thought of four more years behind resign. of seiches. ? ,

bars, pleaded with the' Brit The party secretariat talked Slopping, Motions '." TOUGH ENGINE-PERFORMANCE TEST. : .
ish sahibs to release him. In return -with Dange for two hours behind .
: ;
he said he would work for closed doors and reportedly These are slopping motions !I f ," ,;, : : < .
British intelligence as a secret told him he should lie.low until set up in an enclosed body of ,
agent inside the Indian revolutionary April 9 when the party's national water They occur where there b .

That young movement.man, it was said council will meet and to national investigate executive the- Ia ulus-In a resonant some the air subtle relationship or in wave the earth stim between !i tl\, Aa\ : :l; t >fl : .

week, was none other than charge. Y /
"The -and the size of the water I", ....1:1-: .,
Shripad Amrlt Dange There, for the moment, j Off. ,
The effect is .. '.
Clearly, the pro-Chinese wingof Case of the Mysterious Letter"was body.> comparableto I : ', ,: :
Dange's own party was try suspended that whereby small shoves, t i,1 .! r \. F t: '; .t KL
properly timed, can set a swing I '\. ;\ ' K'" . "''' '1.
Into wild motion. > ,J" < ,
\ <
. :<\ \'" I '. '
USF Professor To SpeakAt Grants said the chief damage ... ., f 'i.'of" \ t ..''' '
occurred where homes and installations :: "
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had been built on un : l ., : .: : \;:\. \
Fla. Southern EventA
stable ground. He noted that '
l r. \:.<:' \" : :,
much of the Alaskan coast is '
University of South Florida Henderson, Lake Worth; David precipitous and that ports therefore [ '
professor, Dr. Theodore A Ash L. Rankin, Buenos Aires, Argen- had been built, in many t : .
ford, will be the principal I I tina, Carol Caudle, Boonville, cases, on river deltas. In some : ,
speaker at Florida Southern Col N. C, Susan D, Ezell, Mur- eases the ocean floor off these i'
lege's annual chemistry banquetat freesboro' Tenn? Thomas J. deltas dropped off in a degree ," .. r
6 o'clock tonight in the Eisenberg, Miami Beach; Michelle slope '..,. J i'
private dining room of the college Donnelly, Winter Park; D Consequently, when the quake ""', --'j. .
commons. Marie Gray, Palatka, Fred J. occurred entire I waterfronts :' ': .. ; .
f )
The banquet Is sponsored by Harmon, Newberry, S. C; John slipped out to sea in gigantic
the chemistry department and T Hardee, Englewood; and submarine landslides This was ,'!"d ,.
members of the student affiliate Dale E Potter Orlando. what occurred to about a mile
chapter of the America! Chem of shoreline In Seward and a

ical Society.Dr. large part of Valdez. The water- .. : ,
Ashford is a chemistry Two Accidents front of Whittier apparentlysank I. I<
as though on an.elevator
professor and director of the
natural science division at the "
University of South Florida, Darken London; Five Florida I
Tampa. He is author of a textbook i

"From Atoms to Stars," Subways Stop "' ,
Counties SaidDiscriminating : ;
which Is used at Florida South :'<> I
era. Born in Greece, he came to < "'
failure 1
the United States in 1922 and is which blacked power \ '. '.,, ,:" :
of the out .
a graduate University of .' -
London ; ,,
Chicago, where he also received Monday night was
his PhD degree. blamed on two simultaneous accldents WASHINGTON (AP) The
-a fire at a generating Justice Departments top civil '
S From LakelandA plant and a relay station breakdown rights lawyer has listed five : '..v -
feature of the program'' will counties in Florida where he II' .
be the awarding of Epsilon The failure put Buckingham says the right to vote is being i Fj '" .
Sigma scholarship certificates to Palace and Picadilly Circus into 'denied Negroes. '

23 students who have done outstanding darkness I They were Flagler, Gadsden, t (
work I In chemistry i "Subway trains were strandedand Lafayette, Liberty and Union. Apnoun&ng all-nev> Gulfpride Sirtgle-G, In the most critical test-engine clean!)

courses. even the Windmill bur- The list was made public Gulf f oriptitated t this hew motor oil tr/assure ness-Gulf even doubled the tIme.
lesque theater, which boasts 11 Tuesday in the release of testi running
Eight of the students are from
I complete -rould( protection for your en New Gulfpnde
the House Smgle-G showed the highest .
Lakeland-Chester B. Disslnger never closed during World WarII mony given to Appropriations '
Jr.; Clifford S. Kent: Derell T was forced to cancel its night Subcommittee Jan. t gine-old"t"nE) evvfa; : .at! driving conditions engine-cleannness rating of ak includInj .

Ellerbe; Mary S. Tisdale; Wil-:show. Another casualty was the 28.! To prove Its superiority, new Gulfpnde 'higher priced motor oils. ., .
liam R. Fannin Jr.; Robert J. opening of the British Broadcasting Burke Marshall, head of the t .
was' best ,
Rested; oils
civil rights division Smgle-G! ?. against the e Gfve your car-old or new-a i iF
Williams.; Eric D. Kennedy; and Corp's new channel 2, department's < netf,high !irj
Nancy S. Field. which had to be postponed 24 testified before the committee 1\ of four: majqr OrT p tltor$. A rigorous, test protects/I .through a new high inengmeleanme$4 "

Others due to receive the hours I He submitted a list of series prescribed by the automotile'f/ ndus- ?$ ng [ now to new Gulfprlde
wards are Diane H Houser, A spokesman for the Central 1S9 counties in eight states when
try for motor performance under severe Single.G. Available it the
St. Petersburg; James R. McGee Electricity Board said normal asked by Rep Frank Bow, R Sign of the Gulf

Charlotte, N. C; HaroldM. supplies were restored to the Ohio for a complete rundownof operating conditions was used. Orange Disc, Gulf Oil Corporation,
Tyus, Starke, Diane Ketcher- city this morning by emergency the places "where the right
West Palm Beach James hookups Into the national to vote Is denied thousands of l
C.side Reed, Fulton KY. ; George I. er grid. POW-I. Negroes . .. _. ,. _ . . _.. .. _.


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2LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April Z3, IN4 __ .
Johnson Makes Political Hay ;
Spanish Is spreading ilowlyJSouth America Most still speak I :
among the Indians of western f1uechua. I
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I r' Ii(Simply By Being President

AIR POLLUTIONON I: fty JAMES MABI-0W I They crlUcitf' : Wm' W fhey he glwnitp4 through bullhorn Iai' |

',Aaclafe4, Press fteiWASHINGTON. ,,. t4ggiyel otter solHtwni! for (he f RtM)| hereend I 4/ff.

((4Pr.-W.! elsewhere, i0|| fhe time( talking '' Johnson |14 pr baby| the great
PAGE 2169 OF THE JOURNAL OF THE FWR :'lnl| present Johnson/ / and IhaRepublicans' politic and. playkif/ His e$t White( Hmiii dancer since e I s '
/ presiideoti r
advantage i" fh.t M tM: pin The i4are Raga 'sit, ;if Ir e e
ktDA jc HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES fOR THE U 'I'ke watching/ A b d.id. *
!'lamp frying (In compete fpf ftlentipn politics without mentioning ft yell 4/1fM./ If not/ tOflbAYett,
t f 1963 SESSION THE RECORP SHOWS THAT PER : with *n ill-nighj, nyeoi) While they sound. |'I ik* a voice then |It fr'pwl/l bare tf) i be someone I11

: RAY MATTOX, POLK COUNTY, WAS RESPONSIBLE ,Ian. In Foe hills, he get a big i play back 'In the l"m century
He hasten getting/ 1111II1I"Jer''lust by sayMg, something" '( pf 4nJng Although/ come to think: of It,
FOR THE PASSAGE OF SENATE BIL-U 882, 'antj' livelier ,talking/ more .nd something 'If President/ tfit's it Calvlrj pyilutge)I danced that n l
only shaking Band with Yfrt ]
I doing more, ever since h* r
,{ S.B, 882 MATERIALLY STRENGTHENED ,moved into the White House, tourists or walking In the White would have been an exciting'
perhaps as his confidence In. House rose garden spectacle iIflA
j: THE LAW ON AR| POLLUTION IN FLORIDA 'cre.,,ed. But omethlng .ubldihappene4 Thii lucky political I position ofa A good example of huw :phn.!

recently really president fa an election year son keeps bjrowlf" In the news
:,seempd la charge: his batteries I has been true pf every president is p) check th'* 'front page pi
Whit public/ opinion polls pufMm but IW ever FA1irad| tt befier /newspaper for the pas two '
RopEle awy in 'fi-ofl pf any Be- than Juhnapff or wjji4 u? make week*. Tier .WM hardly a day '
publican' '', last Wednesday Visit more we of I ItHe when he dt4n'14P or say something .

ewes,mg newspaper editors defied (If ha* been a pol/ not a question! of whetherhe
hour MUy since he came U>
would win 'In this election \ Strike |Mpt4He
Congres RAYMATTOX year put' wiy by M pwhHtf so that When! 'M repeat he just gut a Jilt t4 mileage out ... Al.., Ctmmf..4 efflc" .f Ik. IV
ARMY VIJITOi- ... free Tress II .wllll". "> >i>t
ha been wiping himsllever .
f the strike
/ threatened rail' .
since: A news conference want to and be Indicate president he of wouldn'tthink all the alone: calling labor and management Arm.? Carpi, b wdca.d ip Fiends, ".agree. c..|f|* .r >..,i".... C..,... T Thrift.Jr, loft, is If.f I

'the next day, a meeting with!people of talking politics the together, getting the C.l. Rebtrt H. N.w ."", rekr. ka41f fki ..t.....'. ROTC ''' r.m, oaks .... GOfI. Cr,.r was hero
the editors Friday, a news conference .'campaign begins until strike pushed off getting- arreem.nt -. .. Miftr wt.h FSC Hiftoli ohu' fkf Ap..,'. ROTC 'r'f r 0'''.
Saturday, handshaking PH another 15 days of
Sunday, a big foreign policy Kenncd.y. Betted i negotiation" making hopeful SOMETIMES A BLESSING
speech Monday, another news president John P 1\/1IlI/dV'/ 'statement! f about the outcome
HAn conference Tuesday ,'ayed buy trying' to keep flip/ [fIThiayrije I
Headlines, feme' Easy public rerolndet'! } pf him. But to The baby porpoise I Is a strong'A rattling window halted Super.

Most of the time on these thisoftnspq "If outdoing //feny swjminer') keeping pace with Its lor Court proceedings recently'
occasions he made announce lied whff,. *.s a master at ,ft mother. The baby usually swims Judge Joseph S. LongQ palled\

LRfPRIAIIVi. ments that g'>t headlines He pan, get mpre ittenpq(| just wlfji ,the tip Pf It* flipper.. touch. off the session because the
The Republicans/ are whirling dancing, and h* fovea Ui dance! / ,Ins the mother's aide, .accordIng -I IFt window made so much poise that Spectators at the World Team ly be able to make two hearts.
,around and popping off practl-| than 4 Republican presidential, from Marmeland.he couldn't hoar the 'lawyer I Olympiad which starts here on On the face of it, South

.-. .... ... :cally every day_ _ _ hopeful_(like. HarolJ__Statsen}tf of rrrpnrts' !_ .__ -_I talk. May 1, will have Meal facilities should make three diamonds
without exerting himself. The
for watching the play, The most
1 defense cannot ruff a spade, so
Important and Interesting match the only losers are two spades,
in each session will be displayed one heart and one diamond. It
pn prldge-O-Rama \\a an i ii difficult to see how the con
SpectacularSALE audience of up to 1000. The tract failed
complete deal Is displayed on' West led a spade, won by
an electriP board and the light East who returned a heart.
K behind each, card is extinguished West won, cashed the spade
wheq that card ie played In king and led a third spade.
this way the spectator can see South had unblocked dummy's
exactly which cards remain In spade queen under the king
each hand at each stage of the He only needed to finesse the
play. diamond queen and draw an-
It Is fortunate for the spec other round of trumps
i! ators that an expert panel ledby But this deal was played
Richard L. Frey, director shortly after the one shown in
of public relations for the this column yesterday, in which
American Contract Bridge]the Belgian declarer had made
League, will be on hand to explain .,a fine safety play South wantedto
.... the bidding. because some ihiiw that he too knew all
of the bids will seem highly about safety play He led to
mysterious Two of the pairs In the diamond ace, which would
r the highly favored Italian! team have saved a trick-but not the
'l will be using the Roman sy*, contract- if East had started
1 tern which is as artificial' as with a single diamond king.
} It is accurate, Several of the Then South re-entered his hand
bidding Ideas of the Roman with the club queen and led a
system have been adopted by second trump.
rot .,w players In other parts of the West played his diamond king,
world and their opening two- and South was about to claim
g t I :g7 diamond bid, showing a power the remaining tricks when West
'Zb ful three'suited hand, will be led the 13th spade. This promoted
used by two of the American a trick for East remaining -

/ . teams. trump and defeated the
{ contract. The had
safety play
; Bidding of Minor Suits
i txiomeranged
Another Roman opening bide NORTH (D)
1I was used In the deal A QlOtV
/ ) day, played in a recent match, 4
e to 1 between Belgium and the AQ872
rlands. North opening of twomHrump .. A K82
i high cards at least five dia .K973 .A52
N a i'I munds and at least four clubs VAQ105 VKJ72
'I'It The bid is given this meaning ice 3109
//A4 4.V became there Is no other way A 513 .. 10 98
of bidding the minor-suit hand SOUTH
under the Roman system A AJ$4
normal two no-trump opening V .113
bid would be opened with a 513
1 M- t r itg' forcing bid of one club .1Q17Neither
__ > > The precise nature of the' side was vulnerable.
opening bid permitted South to The bidding:
"' fix Ihe final contract of three I I North East

yosr diamonds, which Is entirely reasonable 2 N.T. Pass
Although some luck is; Pass Pass
needed to make them, North South Went
South would have no cause to 1 3 Past
o ' grieve if the contract failed: Inj
that case. East-West would sure West led the three of spades
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R d ,,. Three Italian Brothers 1

Iw { \ Sell Culture To MassesBy ImU

l Vr FRANCESCO MENELLA ,many buyers are attracted
t *g1Ta 4 MILAN. Italy (AP-Three,more by elegant! binding than
brothers from Milan
are content.
peddling culture to the man in,
the street at a boom rate that
w.J Is making them rich and has I Workmen
d w sociologists puuled Space

I I on Dangling the installment the lure of plan learning. the I i May Be Banned

Fabbri! brothers are flooding]

f1 newsstands with serialized versions From Bathing
rr of such classics as I
J Dante Divine Comedy In com i
petition with comic books and{',1 CAPE KENNEDY ->Technicians
who work the tint
( movie on
,U S spacecraft intended to
\ iJ Bible Sells Well Too I:land un Mars may be banned

Another top seller rolling off 1 from taking bath.
the Fabbrt presses i Is the Bible, L. B. Hall, special quarantine
printed in 150 weekly Installments officer with the National Aeronautics -
/ available at 40 cents and Space Administration .
each says studies show that dissemination -
of organisms from
Artistically illustrated series
the human body Ie i five times as
such: as "Masterpieces of theCenturies"
great just after a takesa
k person
and 'Masters ofColor"
bath or shower than it is a
also are going like hot few hours later
cakes, and rival publishers are "
"One theory, Hall "is
trying to get in on the boom. says
that soap may break down the
1 The Fabbris Giovanni. 44; body oils which help prevent
Daio, 42, and Rino :17 hopeto dissemination of these organisms -
'nylonSpandex@I spread out until they cover ."
almost the entire range of hu Bathless workers are among
man knowledge, measures NASA is considering
Prompted by their success. to avoid transporting earth microbes .
the big Milan publishing houseof to Mars First landing
AND 2 PIECE SWIMSUITS IN THE FAMED FIGURE-MAKING( FABRIC Rizzoli has launched an ambitious of an unmanned American capsule
new series called "The may occur In 1966.
Great Religions Illustrated",

Just look at these prize buys I Wards preseason sensations in the figure. Another publisher Is doing his
own serialization of the Divine PresbyteriansOpen
making combination-Chemstrand nylon and Spandex that molds your 8 8 Comedy.

figure, keeps Its sleek shape, and yours. With built-in bras. Sizes 3238. Experts Baffled Meeting

The group Include Experts are baffled by the MONTREAT N.C. (AP) -
fact that workers are willing to'Southern Presbyterians opened
(black/white spend In the long run. six their annual conference on
: time the bas bookstore price'world missions and evangelism

(rn) 2-pc perfection h black/white, navy/red. for the Divine Comedy and the'Tuesday
equivalent of $77.50 for the Fabbris I The conference precede the
leather-bound, seven vol General Assembly of the Presbyterian
urns Bible j Church in the U.S.
Some sociologists have de- which begins Thursday after
Uded that the sudden thirst for noon and ends Tuesday.
SATISFACTION; GUARANTEED culture:; represents a status
,or Your Money ,Back! '
symbol or a desire for something Date palms are the staple for

- -' ..- --. -.- - . once available onh to the both man and beast on the Sa
wialt:' The also cusp I that :1111.1: Desert.

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April 23 IM4I 2

Man In The News: '

World's' Fair One More Achievement Among, Many For Robert MoseS II

@1rfatll"r. trimr.: bring verdure and civilization graphy In "Who's WMj" runs flock of other bridges and ointment to soothe your tender Mark one more achieve- :'
The man who built the 1964- ." to 52 lines President Johnsonhas tunnels I skins," Moses once said "Any ment for Moses- the New i
65 worlds fair once said: But where the "grubbing 18 lines), In the evening he reads his results I may have obtained York World fair. Mark I,- : \ I
insects of bureaucracy" fail, taste running to the classics were not by diplomacy, sleight 000( more admirers 1,000 more 'I
"Some of us like to think that In return for what he gives.Moses ,
like Moses -in .his own view and asks that "a break be and to the Irish poets, "be I of hand eloquence or charity enemies __ _ _.S
we, Scaramouche were the view of many others-can given to those in public office cause they aren't so damned
at 'born with the gift of laughterand and does produce the giant who try to get things gloomy,"
a sense that the world Is coral reef. done in their time, with the While Moses Is taking his RE-ELECT '
mad" As evidence there Is the Instruments at hand, with the swim or reading Sean 0', !
For Robert Moses, this fair, fair In all its splendor, Jones skill and courage they can Casey, an engineer 'somewhere SCHOOL f %
of which he Is president is Beach) the Robert Moses St muster, with perhaps an occasional Is apt to be getting a
a Lawrence Seaway Niagara vista of a better terrible tongue-lashing from a 1
s place to have fun a place to power plant (the largest hydroelectric world" Moses lieutenant because BOARD
laugh a place to relax bury facility in the western Cracks Heads "R.M," felt that the engineerwas
hatchets smoke peace pipes world), the Verrazano- a "damned fool who MEMBER
If Narrows bridge over the en On the road to accomplish. didn't know the first damned
every one of the millionsof
trance to New York harbor ment Moses can and does thing about drainage"
words that will be written 10 other bridges two tunnels crack heads together His Austin
Is T.
about the fair in the next two 73 sttte parks, 481 miles of, critici wish that he would not Speech Salty
years is favorable if every highway 660 playgrounds, 21,- be so ruthless. Moses retortsin Moses was educated at
r spoken word is laudatory, 000 acres of city parkland, anger that that is the wayto Yale and Columbia, was a
Moses is prepared to ride with 100.000 units\ of public and get things done Rhodes scholar at Oxford lea r
the amicable fair spirit all private housing. In building his fair Moses, doctor of philosophy In political Race
the fair through. Moses has received 24 hon- now 75 years old, has moved science But he talks Jr.
But when criticism comes, orary degrees and 52 awardsfor with this same sureness of with a salty wit. His speechIs
as it Is sure to, Moses will be public service His Bio- purpose, this same pragmatic spiced with slangy barbs
I not appropriate to the draw. FOR BETTER SCHOOLS
ready with, in his own word, abandon.
"a stomach for a fight and an YOUTHFUL WRITER Building the fair would be Ing room He Is a glittering,
instinct for the jugular. Charles Lutwedge Dodgson, a full-time job for most men rowdy conversationalist EXPERIENCED DEPENDABLE
"I question, Moses once who, as Lewis Carroll wrote But Moses, who has made a Yet with It aU, Moses, married .
wrote, "the assumption of the "Alice in Wonderland," beganhis practice of handling a half- for 48 years, remains a VOTE FOR
little grubbing insects of literary career at the age dozen or more executive positions family man devoted to his GOOD EDUCATION
bureaucracy that their daily of 13, when he wrote and illustrated at a time, has built Ms wife his two daughters, his FOR YOLK CO.
LV labors, endlessly multiplied, "Useful and Instructive fair and continued to keep a five grandchildren, .
akt will produce giant coral reefsto Poetry" for his brothers lively and critical eye on his "I did not come here withan U, P.I. ode, ky a.uttln u euYLrr T. *...T.>.'...C..m" in ru.d- "
which nameless birds will and sisters verrazano bridge and on his alabaster box of precious ;{
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WORLD'S FAIR MASTERMIND-Tl<. -ace khi'"/ the How
I Ytrk W rl who .m.nf nrany Job d..IJi the thl..f president .( the fair c.o..tio" .,- I
; Mottt steeds fond o block mop *f tho f.i,'. ..,out.

_tAP Wn."otol SALE HEasycabSets

U.N. Gathers GroupOf

Scientists To

Tackle World's WoesBy

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A. I. GOLDBERG Include a drive to find new water .
Associated Press Writer supplies, perhaps underlyingthe i tip
UNITED NATIONS N. Y Sahara Desert, better
(AP-The United Nations hasa 'weather forecasting: expansionof
giant scientific test tube bub fisheries to fill edible protein '
bling In an effort to find an needs, and wiping out the tsetse //cottons
elixir to help new, poor little sleeping sickness fly in Africa F11 :.
nations get ahead faster, and opening up vast areas for
Eighteen high-level scientists agricultural and animal husbandry -
from countries In every regionof
the world are engaged in the The scientists agreed they do "
activity aided by experts from not want to build up a new scl Itt COMFIT-FIT PANTS
U.N. agencies and scientific entifie hierarchy here. Instead,
leaders of UN member coun working as a small group with
tries. the United Nations and Its specialized / COOL TOPS AND

The 18 met here at the urgingof agencies, they agreed
Secretary-General U Thant they may be able to come up .
with the prescription for ills of \ -.-,
who feels that science can playa % , .
bigger part in helping under. the developing countries ,
developed countries :
The group is organized into
half a dozen groups that planto RutledgeAgain 1 158HI te
develop a more specific program
throughout 1964 by con- Goes
stant correspondence.
1'L Y
Specifics Sought t
To CapitalRobert
When the scientists meet .
again, possibly in Paris this fall <
and certainly in New York next W Rutledge, executivevice $ ; I) .' REGULARLY 1.98
president of Florida Citrus 1
spring, they hope to have the
specifics ready for approval.The Mutual left yesterday morningfor

U.S. representative U Washington and another ' Mom It's Ward Week again and time to snap up some great
Carrol L Wilson, general man- round of talks aimed at retain- ltd ,
ager of the U.S. Atomic Energy ing existing tariff protection for values for your little girls. See our play outfits for the sandbox
Commission, He is professor at citrus fruit and products.
the management school of the Rutledge said he is anticipating w' sr set And what terrific: buys these are with pert fishies, floppy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology talks with officials In the
State and Agriculture Departments r 'V. ,44 flowers, funny faces and more on the all cotton knitted ora'
The Soviet Union Britain, He added he might
France, Japan Colombia, India, meet with the Florida Congressional woven popover tops Cotton pedal pushers have snug-fit

Mali Pakistan and, Brazil Israel are, Denmark represented,:how best to Delegation present to the discuss tariff i f elastic band back. Beautifully made . you'll marvel at the

on the panel.! The scientists are I story level at the highest possible ,t, low price. Fresh colors I Hurry I Sizes 3 to 6X..
heads of medical and scientific Vt .
schools space research programs ] Story Presented
or economic institutes I Rutledge said, "We have presented e4. t
A list of suggested projects: this story before in be- : ,
ranges from developing cheap half of Mutual 12,800 growers
agricultural tools to adapting' and for growers In other states
hovercraft for communicationsin However I feel that we must
sprawling areas of many new: keep coming back with It so I
nations. I that there is no doubt in high
Scientists didn't pay too much places about the sentiment of
attention to these suggestions! our industry yM1 4s /Lc JJfr'Y
Instead they agreed-just as "We must impress our government -
U.N, diplomats, businessmenand officials with the fact ,
housewives do--that if they that foreign producers, with low ,
had more money and time, they labor and operating costs, can V / rG.4k
could do a bigger job. sell frozen orange concentratein
They quickly got down to our country at a profit for \ 1 f.V
cases, less than our production coats
if the tariff Is removed I
Population Danger
Reduction Won't Help
The population explosion with]! The Mutual executive stressed
a drastic decline in the death)
we are not an exporting
rate and a surge upward of industry and that therefore tar-
births, was labeled a danger iff reductions will not aid the ,

spot.Prof citrus grower, He said the lift w ,
Josef Charvat of the Ing of quotas by Great Britain V
medical school at Prague "will not greatly affect the mar rsRIG BUYS! "
Charles University voiced the keting opportunities for United SAVE $1!
somber warning that nature States citrus" Referring to the CAROL BRENT SUMMER
cannot stand overcrowding. He important West German market, CAROL BRENTEASYCARE ,
said if there are too many people ;Rutledge said "the Mediterran LINGERIE k tJt f'\ DRESSES REDUCED
nature will take revenge by;can basin citrus producing \
killing off people by epidemics countries have insurmountable
Charvat also voiced agree!advantages" 99 W
ment with the caution by an I He declared that "any down- 1 $
expert of the U.N. Food and ward adjustment In the current Each i .r V
that /i' 2
Agriculture Organization rate of import duties for citrus J\ ) for
preserving food by irradiation fruit and products could lead
is still an untested device that eventually to the total destruction Regular 2.99 4 / V
must be regarded with suspicion
the two billion dollar
for its possible effect on Florida citrus industry" t Coo! savings on summer'sBeautifully

humans One Pakistani scientist wist- soft and t favorite casuals! Arneltriacetatecottons '

fully expressed hope that someway Two-Block Area smooth to the touch. $1 ,
be found to make

the poor countries the thou Of Cleared Cotton blend slips Rar acetate/cottons, spun
sands of old automobiles that Tampa t
yearly find their way to auto and petticoats. L rayons. With a linen I
in the United States. After Leak
graveyards Gas
The scientists agreed that' Drip dry, wrinkle j r look, cottons) Full and
some way must be found to I
halt the brain drain from the TAMPA CAP) Police evacuated free, shadow slim skirts! Plaids, checks,
a two-block wide area of
sent poor countries abroad to-the be picked trained youth in' Tampa today after a propanegas panel! slips. lk '/e '' stripes, solids, Misses',

science and industry then deciding tank car began spewing
to remain abroad in Lon fumes into the air through a half sizes.
don Pans or New York broken valve
The broad categories to be Traffic was halted over a six d._ . .
explored cover measures to provide block area against the chance

health adequate deal with food population Improve,\gas that a spark might Ignite the UPtat' : tlAIStO' PAY ,Y\I'fI.\ AWAtt $J ,Co .Y t n t ctJARcftJIl ::1( cQ.UNJ;

and develop new techniques A brisk breeze kept the fumes] .. I
problems .
for education in developing -(from settling Firemen wet the' _, _. -, II. !: .. _ ,
countries area while workmen attempted .
Objectives in their program i:to repair the valve. I

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:. LAKELAND LEDGE)!' Of Shakespeare'sBirth
American Ranger 400th Anniversary
Thursday, April M, 1M4

Dies In Viet Nam Celebrated In English Town

Polk Needs One I i handed Black the International birthday present.
Viet Nam (AP- architect
ark lfamea: nations
N.u' f More than 30 have pre
Businessman In An American Ranger officer STRATTORD.ON.AVON, silver scissors.director of the sented gifts to the center.
war killed and another American England-The fuse that has been levi Fox. birthplace trust, The Duke of Edinburgh will I
Its Delegation wounded in a clash: with burning through this Warwick commented Shakespeare that: take part In the ceremonies at
iP1!i Ma Communist Viet Cong units 25 shire town reached the keg today "You could say that It Is an, the center today.
miles west of Saigon today, re the 400th anniversary of
liable American sources re- the birth of William Shake -L """ 4A. .- *. .
I ]I{ 1\ "
ported.An speare.
I American spokesman reported His anniversary will be cele- Bard Hard
seven Vietnamese Rangers s w sN brated throughout most of the Life With I
were killed and eight world this year, but nowhere
wounded In the clash but would more than in this town, his Residents Say
not confirm the American casu birthplace which has served as - -
alties. Such official confirmation a mecca for generations of
usually Is up to 12 hoursin Shakespeare admirers. By LAWRENCE MALKIN on the question of whether to
coming. There will be Shakespeare exhibitions Associated Press Writer set up a temporary parking
The latest American death plays, readings singing STRATFORD ON AVON England -field this summer.
brought the total Americans talks and debates, but at APM-ife with the bard The parking lot, at a cost of
skilled In action In Viet Nam to the core of it all will be a new be( terribly hard especiallywhen 1560, would have run beyondthe
$500,000 Shakespeare center can celebration budget of $15,.
130. Thirty-four have died in hometown happensto
,action this year The center was opened yesterday your virtual museum. 800. This probabl would have
be a
with the world's largest been made up by parking fees
collection of the playwright's That's the way people In but the council was reluctant to
volumes and memorabilia. hakespeare's town feel even put up the capital. It voted to
Elect '. T'!** .*. IiKlNGSWOODI It is set back from Henley tough they make more than a tuna the matter over to a five-
Street almost directly oppositethe million dollars a year from him. study committee.The .
YOUTH CANDY SALI ttCUN-n. tires mMifer .f 1..1.. look man
M the Yovth gad was tudor house in which tourist sparkedby
rustic A banner year town maintains gardens
BEN HILLGRIFFIN Mmpln .f condy which they here "fim ..III,, t. ..I.! fnitdi for rocrtollM icholonhl' Tk.y .", Shakespeare was born on April the 400th anniversary of outside the Royal Shakespeare
from fh. loFt, Becky Kioncy, prtiMont St..., Klltough, point' ckolrmon ..< Core Toylor. ocro- 23, 1564. hakespeare's birth started here Theater but does not support
,.". The cab will lot obout ", ..th. (LN,.. Photo ly Huhti>>> A ceremonial silk ribbon was this week and In the words of the theater Itself.Meanwhile .
: cut by Eugene R. Black a one member of the town council the bard business
THE KIND OF MAN former president of the Inter- : II booming and businessmen are
national Bank for Reconstruction "I guess we'd better learnto trying to get Into it.
Your State Senator and Development and chair- him""Stratford
You'd Want In Your Office Will Be Reading The LEDGER Want Ads Tomorrow live with You can buy Shakespearedish
man of the American 1964 belongs to the 5
p&d Pa'', A... towels la the and 10,
Place Your Offer When He'll See It. Call MU 6-1151 J Now Shakespeare committee. Laur- world." said a resident, "I Shakespeare saga wallpaper
enc. Williams, the building'sMen's guess that's the trouble. A lotof manufactured in Manchester
--- -- us wish it belonged only to Shakespeace bedwarmers with
Stratford" the poet's portrait, and picture
Birthday Today 'postcards which say fa small
Shakespeare's birth on or "Made In USA printed In
about April 23, 1564, put this Boston."
once peaceful town of 18,000
: people on the map. During the
summer as many as half a million Mobile
I Prices tourists come to Stratford
Cut "stained with travel, sweating

: : : ;: < I with(Henry Stratford the IV.desire shops Part to take I).find in twiceas him" Library'sSchedule Set

much as any English town
of the same size.
Lakeland's new Mobile LI.
"It's not so much 1964 that .
;; '1 matters but what will happenas brary Trailer will begin its regular
; ,,.
schedule Saturday morningat
of the celebration
- :- I.it; !)_ ({ J) l-\t'! H Nig/ aid a levi result Fox, president of the 9 Southgate o'clock. Shopping Centerat
Birthplace Trust
-_' = : I/r'; Shakespeare" Mrs. Ann Marie Albert ex
-- : If all goes well tourists are
I 'IRi41\ rtfftl.wt1 I G'I/l('/! likely to come to Britain in the tension librarian, has announcedthat

: ; "" .j1' :H";. < ', J.. J. ,,,, 'I.,(, )hi'J.i'1'4' .f future above in those numbers of an considerably average,, from full-day 9 a.m.stops to S will p.m.be made The
I f ',1 'b '<' i attractive blue and silver unit
'' -- 'f'L. '" a ,:f J year. will continue its weekly library
: A ) l'i1!;t But the words of Mrs. Jill
\v ; housewife, service on the days and at the
/ +$ I : Abuhall a young
locations listed here:
of Stratford's
1 l' Yff't :'. ... more typical
> 'i ,
< J. ')' Saturday Monday-Southgate
:J..' if. !' t fft\ mixed feelings about living inhakespeare's .
rvo'f 'f '
'i : Shopping Center.TuesdayGrove
: ,
. At: ( /Ms \ {1 ; 1t 11, '..i'f .!ft.\: "Pushing a pram shadow.through the Park Shop
: il:1': ; i"f i streets In summer Is sheer hell," ping Center
't \ t 'i'" \ I f ,.f. .} \ she said. Cleveland Wednesday Heights- Ll'l Boulevard.General,
: 1' "But I like to see the smiles
; faces. It makes me Thursday-South Florida Avenue >
I on people's
i4mJr 1'' d : feel good to think tills is grow- Kwik Chek.
lag Into some sort of an inter Friday-Adair Park.
A H. \ .... 'i rUf'-rJ The City of Lakeland's second
._ .if' '%": : '' ; ..... .j''i national cultural center
I' /Y' : '::t"I. Mobile Library Unit is expectedto
\1, \ ,: tN'' \ : !; \i .' .,'f'a.< f> "x , .... '-. City Fathers Accused be delivered in the next few
: -' )' > .0 1' "t. The town fathers are accusedby weeks.
t < >> IJ ,
.. :
the Birthplace Trust of being "--r
V r
t ... less than to Shake- PRESIDENTIAL PANTS
It : .. {J't: generous
-4 .,. .'UI... : ;tf r'ZitftI r.t M ifi .J'f' 9I 'I-'r' peare. Patrick Donnell, general James Madison U.S. president
: ,
.' manager of the Shake- during the War of 1812
" .., A1. : *
," : X: ? 7. )0' "j' .Ut ) spears Theater described the was the first American chief
\ .", ,, ,.". .Ii : 0 '*i. attitude as one of "grim tol executive to wear pants. ; all his

r. .{. 1 i ,4.;". '. rl .: : .>> r.J l't\"\'%.", :,",..\. _erance The matter" _came_to ahead__ -breeches.predecessors- -- had worn knee
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kc kctr .t I.... j lt l . for the privilege of

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. for the things we've done together

Short Slee :e, Sport. ShirtsIVYS . construction to benefit of the our new children Carl.

ton Palmore Elementary School

AND CLASSICS! SMART PATTERNS V d.t.ons* completion to|Medulla of ,classroom Lime Street ad.,

Lincoln Avenue, Rochelle Junior.
Your chance to stock up for the whole year ahead I An unusual 94 NO Senior High and Southwest Jun.
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special purchase brings you the exceptionally low price I But- for Cleveland Court Elementary .

only fhe price Is little-the assortment has never been bigger MONEY School

Wards has every important pattern and color. . In fine easy. DOWN When I Think Of These

care cottons, rippling rayon-cotton blends I Many with neat slim Regular 2.98

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday AprU Z>, 1M" %7;
Blind Law Maker

I Santa Fe High Pupil Honored By. Medical Unit' .

Claims No HandicapEDITOR'S
.',. John Richard Bland wall The study, entitled "Mare Polk County student hat been
," ,' awarded a plaque by the Tampa Learning," was a comparative so recognized. j ;
NOTE-For those Jay Psychological Association learning experiment involving a The plaque was presented by.J'
with courage and textbooks Vanlandingham re Tuesday night in recognition of frog a parakeet and a rat. Dr Albert Eskenazi. clinical
blindness .b DOt tenacity, calls. "He hated the task and tint prize in psychology at the John presented a discussion of director of the Mental
an nlA'belm-l would read as fast as he could, Polk Science Fair. The his
log handicap.: The County research before the mem- Center of Polk County
special report tells ,rushing over page after page." :; ton of Mr. and Mrs. John D. bers of the association at their president of the HeSItb.i
of two "It
cases-In Phoenix, Arlx., and was the finest training Bland, Socrum Loop Road John meeting Tampa. Although the John also won a blue
possible for both
of He be-
Gettysburg, Pa. us. I. a student at Santa Fe High award has been given for three award from the Polk ..
came excellent reader and 1 Ian
I excellent an listener" 0L' 33ff hr School. years this .Is the first time a Medical Society for hit study. ;:*

By BOB ,WOOD Two years later Vanlanding- -ti
PHOENIX Art. (AP) John harm entered Washburn University y xa Pl r r I

Vanlandingham Is one of the SO, at Topeka Kan., where he DEFEAT NERVE DEAFNESS!
members of the Arizona Houseof received a law degree. I i
Representatives After graduation in 1944, Van '
Newt Nw Davavox Invention Etpsclatty For SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS!II
Like he's
most, a Democrat;I landingham served a term as .uRgp M a't '
like tome, he's an attorney; like Kingman county attorney and S r y I Victims el Nerve Deafness "" saunas wares ::1 j
none other, he's blind. ,- then was forced by Illness to MOT sous
"Being" blind may limit your seek the warmth of Arizona. 6ztt. I DON'T SUFFER NEEDLESS t ff"e
light. Vanlandingham p Ye e' \
says Passes Bar Exam M ; I
"but it certainly shouldn't bother q EMBARRASSMENT :
your vision" With the help of a reader, he ,Z)!

Vanlandingham'i vision If. to passed the Arizona bar examination Sine coupon lee FREE NERVI DEAFNESS booklet! '
J nouII.
become the attorney general of and entered private law M1CUIf'f' >> w
Arizona in the forthcoming elec!practice. Wrens Wane vocis a
sob TV
tions. Elected to the Arizona House ._ .
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Thirty-seven years ago on a, in 1962 Vanlandingham becamean
ranch in Kingtnan County, Kan., expert in picking legal flaws MONTGOMERY WARD :w:
when he 11'11John Vanland, in legislation He would have a I02 I. Mtmotlal. II,.... l.kelasflu. .
ingham was stricken with scarlet -;each blU read once, then once 6
fever. The disease brought again. By the session's end he C Pleats tend FREE booklet on "NERVE. DEAFNESS"

glaucoma an ailment that slow-had stored in his mind the basic NAME .. ..4. .. ... . . . . .. .. . . . . r
ly blinded him. wording of some 600 bills
In Class For Blind I "I' hope no one will be too shy 'IYES' FOR ILINO USISLATOR-Mn. gear RMI r*.. the teat of MW hill to Arlion ADDRESS ,. .,,.... ., ... . . . ,.. . ... ,,.. M 0
in the coming campaign con- St... .*,. John V.4j"lh., Iliad singe! r. was five teen old, Mrs Ron reeds torn 600 .
Through the lower grades and cerning my blindness," Van fw him e.ch ....... H. con cito the mimtor one contents *f sock Mule piece of l.f litotieit iponi.rdM CITY/ . .. . .. ,. . . STATE . . . . .. .. ., ;
Into high school, Vanlandingham landmgham said "I will not attended a class for the blind in mention this. fact nor will I try
Kansas City. ,to hide ft."
"Then I decided It was time "I hope they ask me How the
to try a public high school. I had hen can a blind man do the Job
to live the rest of my life with of attorney general' By golly
the sighted. he explained. I I'll tell them how"
"My younger brother had the: He Is married and the fatherof
Job of reading to me from the, four children.

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I Blind Educators Student Observing TeacherBy Save 50.95a

MICHAELA S. PYLE atrophy. Each Is determined to
Gettysburg Times teach in public schools.
GETTYSBURG Pa. (AP) When Shoemaker came to
Educators here are observing a Gettysburg College four years
blind student teacher in an experiment ago Dr. Russell Rosenberger
that could open new I head of the department of education -
horizons for sightless men and questioned the advliability -
women. of his going Into educa-
While local administrators
view the project with some apprehension lion."But I soon realized that his
69 students of Spanish -I determination to become a II{'
at Gettysburg High Schoolare teacher was much stronger than '
enthusiastic about WilliamJ. ,any of the obstacles I thought I)
Shoemaker Jr.. whose other,he faced" Rosenberger said.
senses are so acute that no student I Shoemaker recognizes the obstacles
dares to be obstreperous or, but he believes he can
Inattentive. meet them successfully.His .
teacher-adviser Jose M
Blind From Birth Perez, says he is amazed at the :jt4!

Blind from birth, the 21-year-,response Shoemaker receives
old language major at Gettysburg from the students.Shoemaker .
College will complete a 14- acquired his college j ..
week student teaching programat education by carrying I a i e .
the local high school in mid- portable tape recorder to class .
May. He will receive his BA. and, through a special mouthpiece '
,, .
degree in June and will begin dictating notes to the machine 1 '. ,
graduate studies at the University without disturbing other
of Pennsylvania in September -students. When he returned to I
his dormitory room he transcribed I 1r
Shoemaker I Is one of two blind the recording to Braille 1 1w "

children of Mr. and Mrs. William notes. .
J, Shoemaker Sr., Valley Shoemaker speaks freely of \
N.Y. teachers his blindness."I .
Stream elementary e. '
in the New York City school learned to accept it many w, ric', fi II
system. Bill and his sister years ago and was determinedthat 'f .
Ruth a sophomore at Gettysburg the loss of sight would not .:; <
College, both were born keep me from doing everythingIn \_, I
blind victims of optic nerve life there .Is to do." he said

Former English Pilot

I ('

Now Operates Tavern ''f "
k t tr ..... j ,t!

BASLNGSTOKE. did some charter flying then 'A h1

(AP-On the coach got a Job as personal pilot to 111\ NO
Southampton to Maharajah of Badore. I was
17th century hotel pilot the only one in fact : )
Lion, and the thing aide de camp and
have your pint of I everything else for three "
by the man who MONEY7piece
Then get him to talk.He Dora and I had a suite of 20 : j
is a turf.'I all sorts of help. My sal
a ready grin, a was bigger than the prime
monocle a restless '. so I was ahead of him t S DOWN
a built-in howdydo. they doled out space. Ev- 1\\
Every once In was done on the salary
strides out of the bar and that meant 1 had to
cient oak beams 40-piece breakfast, lunch
and gazes around inner sets."

countryside, his Money Is Cone / dinette set!
firmly on the green
And that he said with a wide
Had Enough
smile is where your money:
"Had 19,000 hours in the air goes, "keeping up with your position BBBSBIBSBBSBHHBBM
and that's enough." he says. above the salt"Ho
At 48, James M. Quin has hasn't any desire to get IMPERIAL WALNUT PLASTIC TOP TABLE $
swapped a lifetime of derringdoIn with the hot Jets. :

the air for life as a country "I may do a little flying now This 7pc. set Is almost too handsome to call a "dinette". Has a deluxe
hotel keeper."I and then with some club around
vowed I'd do It before was here." he said. "But I'm a pub self.edge and extends to a long 6Q.nches! with leaf. Curved ends, Rg.
80 and I have," hesays with keeper now and that keeps me
satisfaction.. His wife. Dora who stepping. There' always' something -! straight sides, echoed in Danish.style curved back chairs. Padded seats 129,95
has done some naU-blting in her to do around here. Sometimes -'
day agrees with a fervent I think back on the peace covered in harmonizing vinyll!
"and howl" and quiet of the Congo." I
Afraid to fly?
"No, of course not." he says
"I had stars in my eyes about Game Board 3-days ginghcIm:5i7 I
airplanes ever since I was 8 or
9 but I knew I bad to find something
else before I got to that Slates MeetingTo
magic 90. Now I even have my
own name back." checks
"In India I was Captain Sahib Adopt Rules only
," he said. "In the Congo
they called me CommanderYear TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
Yeah. That was because state game commission scheduled .
of this black string that holds' a meeting in Tallahassee CLEAN, OIL APED ADJUST Reg. 52
my monocle. The Congolese April 24 to adopt 1964-M! rules
thought it was the kind of string for hunting and fishing in Flor ANY MAKE SEWING MACHINE 69 e Yd.
that holds up guitars when you
give out with the Mersey Yeah ida.The follows a series t4y.";
meeting .
Yeah beat. Other times they of 29 public hearings throughoutthe Our cotton ginghams are ,.4// S
'Small. Hot Captain'I
called me state to permit sportsmen to
resistant colorfast
didn't mind because when the make recommendations for their crease ,
call a nickname
Congolese you
areas. washfast and need little
you're their friend and"you'resafe In addition hundreds of questionnaires -
reasonably that Is.. were mailed out. IN SEWING MACHINE DEPT. or no ironing.
Reviews/ Put More than 3,000 sportsmen responded -

the war:. and their answers will
Want to talk about .p
bombers be considered in the final regulations .
Jimmy new ferry Job -
chairman A. D. Aldrich
convoy duty.

The and barnstorming a prayer and days the shillings sea AWing said.He said also of the that commission 12 area supervisors -I SHOP EVERY DEPT. FOR FANTASTIC ,SAVINGS! :

of the britches at ten
then two dollars a throw were graduated from the . -
The Far East? ida Law Enforcement Flor.1' '
"After the war." says Jimmy,I at TaUahassee/pril 17.


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Air Force Seeks Way. To Cut. Space- CostsBy \ ,

ELTON C. FAY 'program Is expected to get under -I To launch a relatively small manned vehicles both as orbiting It would be a two-stage affair -
Associated Press Military this summer under AirForce's unmanned vehicle weighing onlya vehicles to check on possibly with the first stage to fire
WriterWASHINGTON : few hundred pounds Into hostile vehicles and as. a I the vehicle up to high speed
(AP) The Space Systems Division earth orbit now costs about$2.25 "ferry" system to exchangecrews and an altitude of about 40
Air Force Is seeking a way to direction, it was learned recently !million This Is the expenditurefor on the vehicles. and carry miles The second stage wouldbe
cut the present fantasticallyhigh a standard booster such as supplies. the orbiting vehicle.
cost of launching space I This later will provide Gen. the Thor-Agena combination together This all adds up to a grow Both would be manned, have
vehicles with one study directed Bernard A. Schnver chief of with check-out and other ing cost for getting the varietyof airplane 0 like wings and be
at booster rockets which can the Air Force systems com service on the launch padbutnot vehicles into space. And this equipped, in addition to their
be recovered and reused. 'mand, with the data needed for Including the cost of the makes urgent the need for trim rocket engines, with conventional
,Among the suggested designs concentrating on a particular payload ming launch cost jet engines for maneuveringin' 11r
is a system in which the booster -design proposal. But far larger vehicles and a Obviously an Air Force space the atmosphere. Two men
would be manned and flown I The studies by the Air Force far greater frequency of launches expert comments "we must would man the booster, three
back to the Earth after each are In conjunction with the National both by the military and have some kind of a recoverable the orbiting vehicle.
launching., Aeronautics and Space NASA are in the future booster system;' But he A "typical" system would
Feasibility studies have been Administration's similar efforts. A 7.000-pound vehicle the cautions that this may not be have a 50,000-pound cargo capability .
I carried on for several years The cost problem confronts Gemini test space craft was attained In the present decade. would weigh about 2.5 r
but a new high_order vigorous each launched from Cape Kennedy The Air Force is scrutinizing million pounds at launch and
''I last Wednesday.. The booster a number of proposals made by have a first stage thrust of 3
I There's No Substitute rocket was a Titan II, like that its own experts and by severalof million pounds using storable ,',.
used by the Air Force In one the large aircraft and space propell l t..
;j for Experience of its ICBM weapon models. firms. They include a wide The booster and the vehicle '
,There was no immediate estimate of proposals. would be launched vertically
range ;
I :
ELECT of launch cost available One of them which has be- clamped together like two hands! _
;either from the Air Force or come publicly available is a with the palms meeting. Separating -
NASA. However the launch cost manned booster device calledan at a 40 mile altitude
!. :" HOBSON STRAINTAX :obviously would be greater by "Astrorocket"This i the crew of the booster would NEW CITRUS CLUI OFFICERS-Ntw tff.ctrt .f the( Cilrut Club .t 'lorld Southern ColUg.

several times than for a small suggested design for a soar downward turn on the from left, .r. Larry M I COLLECTOR 'vehicle reusable launch system has Jet engine and head for an ordinary K.rr, Oco., _....ry; Lm r Ii....,, Ar eph, trMiurcr, .n4 Rok ft K." .f H.;in.. City rtporttf. Th.
... 1 The military's launches are been submitted by the Denver landing strip at the launch club h comprlwJ .f citrus ...1.... Th. MV .Itk.rs w.r. tlxU4 far the W4J .c..4wnk ,",.
JI Ora Co""1"," .ro off.c*..ri.np Pr.Mntlyhiif Tra increasing rapidly both because Division sof the Martin Co. A' point or to an alternate airportif
""'n. .. D."uty. of development test programs Martin technological team has necessary. The orbiting ve- The of the Watusi
economy '
Q..oIu. Univ....ty .. "'orlol.., and because of opera To Be
hide would continue its trajectory Frances
ppr.. In AcMuntmi. been working on the proposalfor -tribe in Africa was a kind of Langford
tional requirements the use and into orbit,
a Mard-r.thsr .f I chlldrtn.tr 2'/! years injection cattle
a ". ".I'n.' .. Intorwulorn of surveillance satellites.! The Astrorocket design Is a then be brought down in man feudalism. A Watusi'lwealth.
and roaM In PUN County. I All Adds Up I combination of missile and air ner similar to the booster stageat prestige and political Guest At Awards DinnerWINTER
The Air Force Is moving toward craft technology Martin designers conclusion of Its orbiting mis position depended on the size,
Tour Vote end Support Is and Will Bt Appnciatii sion. f. of his herd 7
the time when it will need say HAVEN FrancesLangford will precede at p.m.
-------- ------ Lakeland native Frances began her singing
dubbed 'Florida's First Ladyof career performing In Lakeland
the Entertainment World" High School assembly programs.
will be tomorrow's honored Then came a radio program in
guest at the Grand Championship Tampa followed by a successful
awards banquet here for audition for Rudy Vtllee.

I Signed For Film
After a brief New'York stay
she was signed for movie role
in Hollywood-and her career

began in earnest,
1 She divided her time between
radio movies and musicals
OCTOBER managing to be seen In a num
I ber of leading Broadway shows
on top radio programs, and in
more than two dozen movies.
Also she made recordings that
have sold more than 15 million

FREE .ON S..W tRI S GIVES Y 100 S.. ;.. FT. more copies.In World than.a War million H, air she miles-logged

: vr.e
entertaining more than five
million American servicemenas -
a member of Bob Hope's
troup of entertainers who visit.
+ o ed military bases and battlefields -
around the world

..._ ... She Is the wife of Ralph Evin-
-- -
rude vice chairman of the Outboard *
Marine Corporation
manufacturers of Evinrude Motors

Florida Citrus Commission'sfifth I The Evinrudes divide their

annual All Florida Orange time between homes in Florida
Dessert Contest at 8 p.m. in Wisconsin and California. Now
--J Nora Mayo Hall. Florida, they are relaxing at
As honored guest the one Jensen Btach-south of Fort
: time movie star and singer will Picric where they have a ?
: :: fr 5 make the awards to the winner I residence and a yacht for fish t

and runnen-up. A reception ing.Jews .

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:k" LABOR SHINGLES AND, Of. Religion 1j i

a. .
POONA India (AP-Two Jesuit Father Lederel Is writing partof
priests are pioneering a, his thesis for his doctorateat
Heavy asphalt tab shingles Average 24x30 ft. Roof movement within their church-: Poona University.
they are living like Hindus. I Progress Slow

o 235 Ibs. protection per 100 sq. ft. of roof No Money Down The Rev. 0.A. Deleury of Paris The Christian church has beenin
: and the Rev. Matthew Lederleof
? India for nearly 2,000 ,
ire Meets strict safety requirements Munich Germany spend since the days of St. Thomasthe
Up To 3 Yrs. To Pay much of their time sitting cross- the "doubting
legged on the floor, talking with Apostle
Guaranteed by Wards for 15 years Hindus and learning about the Thomas" of the gospels. Yet the

I Hindu religion and way of life progress of Christianity has
GUTTERING Durable asphalt is fire resistant BLOWN-IN ROCK- been very slow here. Christians
make up- about cent of
2'/i! per
WOOL INSULATION Got A Cure India's 450 million population.
Reg. t Because of this the church
1,49 88 For Hiccups? has decided to use different
ways to get across its message.

ASPHALT !RENCH-lOK SHINGLESFLORIDA'S 57 Well, Keep It Priests living with and like
5"X10' ... Hindus Is one of these.
$1 0 8 ATLANTA. Ga. (AP-Got al Both Father Lederele, 37, and
Box-type lOWEST' PRICED ROOF 28'X24'X4" cure for hiccups? Keep it to Father Deleury. 42. have per
will ? mission of their Jesuit superiorand
yourself you I
INSTALLED TO COVER 24x30-FT.. ROOF INSTALLED ROOF At least don't telephone Lucy, the bishop here to live In

McDonald and tell her about this manner
It'l Their simple three room
s. "No cure will work for me
EASY TO INSTALL ONE COAT COVERS said Mrs. McDonald after answering apartment is in an area of
her telephone almost Poona called the Brahmin section
+ continuously for two days. "I'm The Brahmins who num.ber .
SIGNATURE 30- NOW SAVE 1.61 going to have to live with the about 150,000 here in this
4 hiccups I've made up my mind. section of Poona. are the highest
4 GALLON ELECTRIC A GALLON ON What I need is a Job." caste of the Hindus.

; Mrs. McDonald. 38. a divorcee "Some Success"
WATER HEATER LATEX PAINT has suffered from hiccups "The church" Father Lederle

for more than 10 months. said, had had some success
r Reg. 88 She's been getting calls from among the lower castes of Indians
i 4 .,, throughout the country since
$44 ,/ e F1N RSIU but there is very little dia
Gal. The Associated Press reportedher or understanding of Chris
10.'YIAIt 49.95 plight I Rogue among the higher caste.
Mrs. McDonald who has
GUARANTEE i ti 6.49 ipostolate Is to serve as a
r.. e.. _: .. Needs no vent or Reg. three children lost of her job as bridge between Christianity and
a waitress because hiccups.
rw If Lna bIM .u. Ie Hinduism
"a' ..'. ..t.ri.i./ chlmneyl I Single Wards odorless 1- I "They don't want anybody" In a small chapel In their
1 with the hiccups around she
:::-: ::: element saves Coat Latex gives (UAn; NTEEU; ; UIVN'l() % ( l\TMN.rNa06Na.s said their apartment Masses, the every two morning.priests say

"'II: '1 % Father Deleury. who haslet,
to '
andsupplies best
;= money a"'W results T
on Ask his hair grow like a Hindu holy

=.";::':; t:.:: enough' I''i woodwork as well IInRIO" JUT oats Apopu TpIMFO 1SI (Attorneys man.Hinduism.Is a recognized He has authorityon written

.. ...., .Ow I.'w" tI,,,. IFor ClemencyFor
.., r' hot water for an w as wallsl) Dries in -.If'''"'' several books on Hinduism and
has translated book Hindu.
average family 30 min to fJre' ism into French for the United
a tt
Automatic thermostat OF 4 BRUSHES SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) Nations
\ velvety.flat finishon Defense attorneys appealed for!
47c ouaRaf4rEEtd clemency today for Ngo Dinh: Princess
Reg. 59,95, 30 gallon SIT woodwork, doors ,"' --110.-.-. Mw .,..04 i. Can younger brother of the I.tel

Double Element $49 Fine quality bristle latest colors ..., ..... .. -. N'...... ... President Ngo Dinh Diem. Can Attends Mass
walls In .. ........ w..... wi" l.pl, was sentenced Wednesday night
Reg. 69.95 52 brushes I n.. h an d' -.- "I_. _.... ... to death on the guillotine AMSTERDAM (AP) Prln-
gallon and white. .. .... _.... .,...... ". nAs1 The former overlord of Christine
? central cess of
Double Element. slzesl1r4,1 IVV',2" .... M ....nj... ". .III.... Holland has
$59 Guaranteed Viet Nam Is expected to be attended a Roman Catholic
ouawrueOnl OA' executed within the next four Mass the Dutch Government Information

lArtx M*iNrnioa. 424604"FINISH' days if the appeal is rejected by Service says but itinsists
15-YR. GUARANTEE PAINT ROLLER Maj. Gen Duong Van Minn the there's nothing to reports
$59 30 gal. titular chief of state that Christine will becomea
Reg. Single Element
AND TRAY S3 convicted
Can. was by a convert
Satin Enamel
Reg. 69.95, 40 gal. Double Element $64 1.88 qt. 5.88 gal. nine-man court on charges of I ChristinVa slater Princess

66 < Red murder, extortion and misuseof Irene, created a sensation in
Banner Latex 2
Reg. 89.95, 50 gal. Single Element.$74 power. He was accused of the Netherlands when she aban-
_____ planning and ordering the torture :doned the
.H_ n B BBanHn aBaeHmnH HB ____ royal family1 traditional -
-- : murder of three persons Protestant faith to be-
; b ,, ,,::. ;d ., ;: ... (iLI' in 1956 1957! and 1958. come a Catholic.Shakespeare,

: GUARANTEED. ,.1iJ9:; ..1jm.Q! Y; :.B- Can the last close relative of I
'j" " Diem In South Vet| Nam. de-' to Londonfor
t. Ii; .. .- ... .. .,' nied all accusations during the'! a career as actor and play.
Islx-day trial. I'wright in about 1588. .

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April 23. lN4 2t

II ': ) q.dl Rochelle Pupil Razor Factory

Wins SpellingBee Employes Get \

2nd TimeA

I Shave BreakEAST
Rochelle Elementary student

has won a county wide
KILBRIDE, Scotland
(spelling contest for the second
..Sr, a (AP)-Employei of a stainless!
year in a row, according to a
stUiS iteel razor factory no longer
+r.tPw teacher at the school.
shave at home. They take off
Sharon Erlene Jackson a
fifth grade student at the the whiskers on company time:
school won the contest In a recent The plant owners started the
spelling bee. Sharon also shave break to test their blade
tln axe won the contest last year from against a rival product. Unmarked
s the fourth grade. samples of both are
: Sharon, the daughter of Mr. supplied the men, along with.
f and Mrs J, S. Jackson, now soap and after-shave lotion.
7 has two trophies, and Rochelle A spokesman said the In-shop
Elementary has retained the shaving costs the company 90
rotating county trophy for the pounds ($140)' a wek but wUl'

v second year. continue indefinitely, t,

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lANDSMAN HONORrDJ-C. R.... / S. Silvers, right, ro-
... the OyHrano-ina .......", .. Award hew o'lroctor' K.nn.th C ,
A-er. ..., while U. Col. Robert H. N..borry, 'ref..... .f military
.,i.11ce ana* tactic, tools .". Tko ,......,* o. woe made. arise; '
,.It.,...,'. final roviaw htU al Florida South.m C.II.|.. / F lk Ceunry >,


FINAL MVIIW-WWIo members of Florida" Southern C.I.I. .. review wai the tott one More they are cemmhitoftea1. ........ HouHnaaf -
10,'. ....".. Officer Training Chips stand at artoirtfon. to ro- In the Army. The r*,low was hold yntiro'oy afternoon,
e eve award! In fortaroiina'.', the color. guard' and cadet. tempaiea! (LN... ',. .. l, Husk.)
staid 'In the backa.ronna' rlnj a final review. For Ionian, the

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TOP AWARD RISINTID-Co4. Robert T. loosen, rht! ,
I Minor member in Florida Southern C.II...'* Rnanad Officer*
Tromint program, racalvai she ......4 CartiHcefo MorltorieM
, Ltadarihip. award from ,,.,i4... Chariot T. Thrift Jr., while Lt. Cat.
Robert H. Newberry, .leolii .... ....d..., (she' otktr ,... .. member*
of Ida carpi, anandad ha .... formal review *.. .rdoy off,not* at

Florida Southern ROTC

Conducts Final ReviewIn

Honor Of Graduates

The Reserved Officers TrainIng World War USA Inc., and William
ri Corps, (ROTC) of Florida Robinson Largo, depart.
P' Southern College, conducted ment commander.
its final formal review yesterday Other awards presentedwere
in honor of graduating for outstanding honor
seniors and members of the guard to Bascom W. CarltonJr.
corps who had done outstanding = ., and outstanding counter-
work. guerrilla to Douglas M. Gel-
During the ceremonies ger
awards were presented and Co-ed sponsors who won
Robert T. Bodden, a graduate awards Included Barbara Dinner .
ing senior, was presented the Madeline Hagstrom, Marl
Certificate of Meritorious lyn Mitchell Betty Langfordand
Leadership the top award by Judi Cook.
Charles T. Thrift Jr., presidentof Others tinted

Others Honored Company D, Frederick, W
Other top awards, also presented Ladlow best company; best IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
by Thrift Included the platoon drill Cadet Lt. Douglas
President's Trophy to CliffordS. A. Young and best squad
Kent Jr.; and four oustand- Cedet Sgt. Ronaldo J. Buzzelll.
lug superior cadet awards to: Field day awards were also
David B. Kelsey Daniel K. presented to: iiii11UIIIIIlllllllIIlIIIII
Hopgood, Dickson E. Kesler, Cadet George i. Buie III
and Everett A. Robinson III. Company A, best cadet; Cadet
Col. Herbert Mansfield, a James A. Ryder assembly and 1E
member of the Board of Ad- disassembly of MI Rifle; Cadet _ _
visors for the Army of the Jay S. Weinstein blindfoldedMI
United States of America presented rifle; Norman A. Blessing! "
the AUSA award to puch-ups; George H. Center
Gordon W. Jacobs. situps; and ttwo awards to Ti;:: : '
Reserved Officers' Association the rifle team went to WilliamA. :
awards presented by Col. Watkinson HI and RobertS. cz:3: :::

it I Robert H. Newberry professorof Kerr.
military science and tacticsat '
FSC went to: Charles B.
Rickerd, a book; Harold J. VirginiaCarolinaWill BTU
GIANT 15,000
Wilhelm, a book; Larry L. ,_ =:=:
Hale a gold medal; David L. Change Its .-
Rankin a silver medal and WE SERVICE

medal.Russell CoL Newberry H. Helwig.also a present.bronze Name To V-C (;;t1W- PROUD, IONWEIDELL CUSTOM AIR

ed the State Army Reserve Virginia .Carolina ChemicalCo. ON ALL N,1
medal to Robert P. Brick. will change Its name to V-C
Bandsmen Honored Chemical Co., effective May 1, TURE MODELSI Extra capacity to cool, filter and dehumidify
Chicago Tribune awards, 1964. it was announced today.
also presented by the colonel Charles T. Harding. V-C president Thermostat automatically holds climate $
went to Carl H. Chaboudy, said at Richmond Va., This that BTU watt preset 1971
means ampere
gold and Robert S. Kerr company headquarters, that the
Ronald S. SUbers was presented scope of the company's operations ratings have been certified accurate Handy pushbutton controls two-speed cooling
the Outstanding Bands has expanded to the point
man Award by James D. An- that the geographical connotation by the National Electrical ManufacMulti.room cooling capacity, up to 920 sq. ft.
derson, band director FSC. He of the original name is not

was assisted by Paul R. Light appropriate. turers' Association. Washable foam filter...230 volts 11.1
I barracks commander of the "When' our company was amps
Burgess E. Banks Memorial founded In 189, Its operations
Barracks .433, Veterans of. were limited to Virginia and the Signature 3300 BTU 'Zinc Clad Air Conditioner.$97
Carollnas" Harding said "To
day we have production and ___ u_
Ex-SS Guard sales facilities spanning 31
states and our products are

Escapes Prison States marketed and throughout the Free World.the United GIANT 16 cu. ft. FROSTLESS FREEZER

"The official name change is
BRUNSWICK Germany CAP) natural because our company
A former SS officer who was has been generally known as Cycle-Cold automatic defrost
sentenced Monday to four years V-C for many years and our $
in prison for war crimes escaped products have been Identifiedwith
a Certified 0
from jail today the V-C trademark since I temperature 247i
The prosecutor's office said 1897."
the escape of former lit V-C Chemical Co. will continueto Superwall fiber glass
Lt Hans-Walter Zech-Nenn- operate as a division of So- f '' f construction
twlch. 47, was "a complete cony Mobil Oil Co., Inc.. with
which it was merged on Nov.
mystery interior
i Chip proof
Zech-Nenntwlch defected to 29, 1963. V-C Is now part of Reg. 299.95
Britain in 1943 and made anti- Mobile Chemical Co. which operates
Nazi broadcasts from there. or has interests in 70 5
He was sentenced with three manufacturing plants on four
other members of the SS Elite continents and has a growing i : 5 door shelves
Guard for taking part in a massacre worldwide marketing network tit NO MONEY DOWN
of Jews during the Nazi -official Safety signal light
| occupation of Poland. Zech Yemen has curren- L-
Nenntwich was convicted olI cy. Eighteenth century Maria
I complicity In the murder of 200 Theresa thalers from Austria are':
I used. Worth about one dollar
[ persons.
I H. was being held in a Bruns- and locally called riyals, they'
wick Jail until his transfer to are still minted in Vienna, and
prison. dated 1780.


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LAKELAND LEDGER, p ....,."'i""' ,..' """' "- ....,. J'' African
Thursday April 23, IBM ; 16 Florida Methodists To Be 4., f;*. r" .,- '. .." .0).. .T ', ': ''',
Aleppo is the largest city: i In I ,',
; r'. '" FederationHopes
uvu'. y.f': W"'i' > "' J. ]f'

Syria. Conclave ." ''l < iy If!"
To "
I Delegates Large >. ;" ; Fading
: 'f.
ELECTWm. \ t

I i Florida Methodists will be Members of the Council of Petersburg; and the Rev. John 'i'4t:? ."r... t, By LYNN HEINZERUNG
"Bill" I represented by 16 ministerialand Bishops Including Bishop James J, Rooks, the Rev Charles T. ../' ',!" Associated Pms Writer

lay delegates at the denom W. Henley of Jacksonville will Thrift Jr., and Ui Rev. H. W / DAR ES-SAt.AAM. Tangany.

KITCHENSCONSTABLE ination's international General sessions. ika w for an East Afrl-
preside at plenary Blackburn all of Lakeland. -Hopes
Conference opening Sunday in
However bishops have no voteor Two women are among the can Federation are washing
Pa, and
Pittsburgh continuingfor for collective away In the plats of the African
two weeks. voice, except a lay delegates-Mrs. David R.

Held four years the message on the "State of the Thurman Miami president of rainy season.

General every l Conference is thechurch' Church" which will be given at the Florida Woman's Society of Government officials in East

District #5 top legislative and polIcymaking the opening session by Bishop I Christian Service and Mrs. H. Africa shrug and shake their

body and its only Gerald Kennedy of Los Angeles. V. Weems of Sebrlng a past heads when the proposed federation .

For rIt'z,1'round official voice. VlgorOOs floor debate Is anticipated president, of Kenya Tanganyikaand

I The 850 voting delegates equally on several Issues-In- Other lay delegates are Glenn Uganda is mentioned.

1.- y divided among ministersand cluding racial Integration a W. Gold Miami; Robert T Last June Jomo Kenyatta of

laymen will represent 23 proposed revision of the Board Mann Tampa; John Sargeant Kenya Julius Nyerere of Tanga.

the B I countries. Also In attendancewill of Missions church and state Lakeland; and Edd W. Gentry nyika and Milton Obote of Uganda

be representatives of 20 relations the traditional Methodist and Fred B. Noble of Jackson announced they would forman

other countries and fraternal' position of total abstinence ville. East African political federation

delegates from major denominations 'from alcoholic beverages and Also attending will be the before 1964.

SERVICEExperienced and ecumenical bodies.KlNGSWOOD. I proposals to merge with other Rev. Robert C. Holmes of Tallahassee Create'Third State

denominations. a reserve delegatewho -
{ Leaders of the Florida dele- Is member of the enter This would bring 25 million

t WILL .t gation are the Rev. George A. tainment commission which has East Africans under one government .

Efficient Foster of Tampa and R. How worked for four years planningthe and create the third most

Family Man A ;_; ard Berg of Melbourne. Berg conference. populous nation on the continent

w leader and -behind Nigeria and the United
is conference lay
DependableYOUR .. -,....;;: ....-..- .
national president of the Boardof Republic.It
VOTE AND Lay IActivitiel. would join three nations

SUPPORT WILL BE Record cold in which men with similar economics largely
Dr Thrift Included have survived the 90 be-
DELEG TES-n". sod .1,1e..lel leaders agricultural and provide I a
low I.v .f Florida's, 16-member 4..ioll 5. the M.lh.edict
recorded in Siberiain
Other ministerial delegates
Mark g] Wm. "Bill"; K.rch.M are: the Rev E. J. Fender- 1933; 18 Americans at the Ch..reh'l ,....."..i..... Guard. :.,....... .. .,...1". S nd.r hi PIMtb.rah dilCltIt ,I.... .t sound basis for economic devel

Coflir.W. 5Mi DirtrictTh I be.. Fr.m .lift ... I. Howard Reg, M..hll.. 'lorW. opment.
I grass, Orlando; the Rev. J South Pole came within a degree Meeting tar 10.41., M" David R. Thermos. and
M. .. Civ You ski Wallace Hamilton, the Rev. A of that mark on April 2, Miami'. mid..t .f the Flori4. Women'. Saciet, .f ChIe., Sevkef tho Rev. GoOf' A. '-.t.,. all forward

Most for,e).Your r.1. A.v Ti* Dollar. Dale Hagler and the Rev. Mil. 1957, when they reported a T.". ,.. ,.ItO' .f Palma C.1o Church, sad the It.", I. J. PNdarpos. 0.1.,4., p.st.q .f First Why are then is the-looking Idea of leaders federa-

lard C Cleveland all of St. minus 89. Ch..rch
tion losing ground?
Uganda always has been a reluctant
? "tt News Of Record partner. It includes four

traditional and somewhat parochial
POLK COUNTY tribal kingdoms whose
court BARTOW traniactiona rwcldl'rs.are on 111.. followlBt hereCIRCUIT : rulers are jealous of their pre.

COURT rogatives. They are suspiciousof
I Suite riled
ONTGOMERYFANTASTIC Harold B. MacKenile n' Oreat Uaiter- any plan to vest overriding
pi"" ., Inc.. .ti.. civil, action authority In
C C. Dlcklneoa vi. Clifton Drool, clvfl a government remote
II<:IIODIAk. from their kingdoms.
Rotten" sank of Com", ._. ole.
J ve. Carl J. Bulllvaa. Allen B. Burke And Kampala Uganda like

WillU and, Richard s., J.::I8J.v 51 divorce I artioa. Dar Es Salaam always has resented -'
... ...
JrrdNOrerr vi Catherine Ana "
ltfls ,. playing second fiddle to
Alma ION. dlvorc.Knickerbocker Alderman. n. David C. Al'deraian Nairobi the capital of Kenya In

Federal Bavlnn and the British East African colonial
Loan Aeen. vi David Franklin Ka.tFrancs
.rl, i., amer' .eloN aor4ue picture.
7' an rePntllp su
vita and Th. C lli Nairobi a little gem In tropical

t SALE DeV'Iri.T Adam, nddomand, : RObKt Ilea DNId Africa. Because of its altitude

Ad.m.. child ........'1. it has an unfailingly mild
I Clovrr II. Darti v.. Jamot W DatU
child lUBportranctt and pleasant climate. Its streets
r St-U 'k Jlmmr Korntt. ....n.
NrrNr .u..." .. are lined with impressive buildings .
B. H..... TI. Sandra Harnl.
and flowering trees.
W.r ippcri Pool rs. Hord M. Pool It attracts businessmen as wellas

Patrtaio J Colbert Tt, Paul f. Colbot tourists and it attracts Invest.
r Jr child .
Pr....... anal lone. ins. .ti. n ment for Kenya. The British
000,.. a foul.'sNU atUoa.
J e and Bone, Ine etc re-. Bar- pretty much operated East Africa .
old II.,... ..... civil action
J William Armilronf. Smith c... ...., ".. from Nairobi. It is headquarters .
Mi> Culpepper, civil action for the
Petroleum R. common serve
1r 0.5.rir
civil lidos: damiaeei. ices organization which
Jein Baird Landefeid vi. Chute H.
LoDd..ld. III dlvorc.a .. the currency customs and
aor a Lon vi. Oscar Lowe, divorce
I d I II Ir It Ass 90',..*W. Braaaeli ... Cecil Bruaell, dl. railways for all three nations.

Ja N.",... Martinet vi. Clprlan0MH Points To Problem
"' "UD"
Curs PI.m.n. vi'ituieell William
I I" y ,...*. President Nyerere who can be
Annie Re'adr'vi. Bill, Readr, dlvorc.Maine .
Wataoa Bell n. Macoa Belle : blunt and realistic has put his

...: t Kf w 1 dlrorn.Llo. McKiniy. Brownlno. vi John Jo- finger on the real difficulty African

ors:. ; Manhe'oibeoY Wood*. d lrmrof... addleTor.. unity he said in a speech

non Woody divorceCarmea can only come about through
ThureUn M. OordM D T*.....
divorceLllllia "the surrender of
Um. sovereignty
Barrel!. ... Rarmond A. Borretll. -
child eupport.lewrr and-on the part of Individual
... ... ,,
1 : B Bmitn Tina .BmlthI leaders-the surrender of high f

5 t 'I D.oI'6ojolo"I ; ; ve. A C Cr..lNra positions.
mart*aae foreclosureAldea .
B aiN el u vl Cllr of Winter In the last .
I t'ci1 II...., etc.. et ... declaraiorrdecree years many
African political leaders have
Ruth Brure vi Thomas B Bruce, all-
with divorce, moved into power In their own
i'vslev amtiul Aun .lori- nations Genuine African
wileoB el va, world eie unity

Jud'lth rlon A. Porreeur vi. Donald 1'. Forord with a federal government would
r..ler. 1I1.0re. push many of these leaders into
Comm Hearn HiUle BltBRichalen.
Xearn d.von. the background. This is the hard
Cobb ft. H D Cobb. dlMartha .
rt., reality which Nyerere had the
Burrauihi ddon PrinkllaBmrou.hi.
dlvore.vi. courage to point out.

Sturdy Gym Set Has 2 Pint Providence Federal Bavinil. etc., v lad, BhlrlerAnnTurner Loon Aunof Mbiyu Peter Koinange min
formerly Bnlrler Ann Davla. liter for Pan-African affairs in
and Oeorie ( Turner III. her hop

2 Swings and Glide Ride \ \\ \ \\fl Lan dith of. Lakeland Pee,W and Yn ral Lupowlio, Harp Bivlnti vi Ralph,Moulck.5 and SeK Loan norUuiPolkr IIn1 Ann Juroman;. the Kenyatta's He vision says:of government unity still has

A, tulips Ruark: Cnarlei B Phil.IIP. "
1 would rather be able
and Geneva l Phllllpe. bit wire; to
and 101... Broe,. >... DlO'..... lore- raise one finger in the United

$ I h ooC..r.I'. ..... reC.. N Oren. ,",. Nations and cast a vote with
.l al .mID"" eomp .... ,
I P Flout r. Monroe sra000nos.Jams. the same power and Impact behind
88 .e iherlft of Polk Cows, baoeaoBonawUEart
it as the United States and
Nunlni ... Crnrat Palm USSR
have than to count :M
rll 4 .r Pr r(
David'H.Odds.o. :Lanilord vsuaa.. Jr Mo" gold and a.. African votes without the powKofnange .

Knocked Slop Kimeiei, II 500 er."
3 Ruhr Caner Bdwarde. a miner "r
her mother and nrit friend. Pearl educated at Ohio
Cdwarde. v. Wltllim David" Boklaikr -
down t dvU, action damaiei. '4.1)1.Ordon Wesleyan AVM1A universities,

\ and BlereiiBdna formerly was secretary-general

woods vs. AmU. Woodi, final of the Pan-African freedom

with slide lerT'onkki'Ve.. Carl L. 0..81dlt. movement for Eastern Central
Gym set .17.88 811..1.ClitIOn. .
and Southern Africa.
1 National. Bank of Bt ......-
Wry. etc. vi Corbel Craver et HIet .
8ft. gym set with slide .?.24.88 r e"ti rs .., final decree of lorecloeure andatlal'B. Pictures Federation

: ;. National Bank of Bk Petere.kura .
thinks In
Kolnange of
I 4. vi Albereoa. ew terms a
Deluxe gym set with 29.88 \ v'V b X. et 001.Itlfo .aX flaal hoot/or euwn and federation stretching from Ethiopia

rdala Pant at*. T. and the Sudan
T'::Curk, final ..;.. tLou.
= eve.
All made of tubular '
heavy steel
'. "'j .. through Eastern Africa to in-
,, \ ? .Ile rs. ..III" altoslast
decree dtvoree elude Kenya Uganda. Tanganyika
Ireelone Tiro aad Rubker. Co vi. TJolt.ed the
Northern Rho.
ConitrucUoa Co.. I In el ludiaiiatfor .
plaintiffAnnalrl' deals Nyasaland and eventually
Hosted n Poor William
Hueted Jr. flail, decree divorce. Mozambique Southern Rhodesiaand
John U Maddox: Ir. and A..... fM.ddok

IN OUR GARDEN SHOP .5 ... 51051 n. donrm Daoetle .Wo.11 Mortaa South Africa.
Han Polls Nkkp r., ;IIr..II.JI.... This, he says Is an economicunit
fiaal decree uron4tart with outlets the Indian
s I River Bavlnii, Bank. lie ro on
lephen. C. MeA.. rib.. et .l. RobertA ocean. An area of this size unified
Harrleon ui final decreo lore
rloeini morUaie'Ml politically, could borrow the
River tar see Bank. o<* Tt CocA U
COol. et .'. final decreo ,.... immense funds needed to develop
2-50 Ib. bags 6.6-6 Gold tip arborvitae or .. .Iotln. _,......
Bait River ....n.. Bank, ..... n it, he says. Admitting there

25% organic fertilizer .2.38 kPfitzer Juniper .. 1.66 ea. i t oeorie Joss et B II Kerrliin Beraadlno. ot Kemlo.... Hoc....., are many obstacles to federation

final! laptop Bank of forerloelnt Lak.lmd..e-monianPeople Koinange says a start must

2-50 Ib. Alamanda Oolf etc. Jeanetl Ooff be made with one area.
bags Crotons, Cheetaui. I. B Debt ot al. finaldecreo
v ."y,, forecloatnt aiortcae.Jariarot He envisions a transcontinental
e i ...
J I Boltoa RarmoadBoltoa. 1
Hibiscus..88 final decree elver re railway running north of the
Pellet fertilizer
...3.78 ,.,. P. (klaaer ve biac B. Bklaneri equator through
e"- Uaml.... Kenya Uganda
"y '' 'r D Hill ve Bert F Ports and the Sudan the Central
lb.Pensdcola African
2-50 Ib. bags 30% Argentine Bahla Seed..79 < Bevarlr KrwlB. lad aNN lorMloe
Republic and Cameroon. He
Jamie 1wrtColln. ....
VI Lo. CoUtBI.
organic fertilizer ...3.98 ; final dee,. divorce. would like to see Lakes Victoria
Bahia I r LoulM Muatier Orar Jack
Seed.33 Ib.Reg. Dram eOlti
,, Y Orai, final decree of child auptror Tanganyika and Nyasa joined by

2-50 Ib. bagsPremium ,, eorL Kenaoc ... Aisle Lee Kenaon, canals to exploit the resources

89 Rake .59 final .00'" divorce of this area. A railway from
< .. < The Bower Bann.i Bank vt RoH .".
.. .. Lake Nyasa to the
PlI. flaal decree
u. taros coast would
fertilizer ....4.98100lb. dolls. ............
Soaker hose .1.66 Duels Cle. Allen vi Carl Al*..k fl- be the final step.
Reg. .. Sal decree dlvorroerlf It
&. Vawi ... John Tatty final decree seems unlikely this generation .

bag dlvorc.Freak Ward..... The PI,........ Tire of African leaders ever will

Gro-Tone pellets ...5.75 Reg.39 < Pistol grip nozzel.33 and Rubber dl.mlrrY.C.. ODd BlU BlenkeaK see genuine unity. The next gen

>cn'an;. I! B el Bank of Winter Tll- eration may not want It.
.2.99CHAIN LINK SALE yea .Ie. va Holiu M Pietas
Reg. 4.69 Hose ... et va final ludiment for ejlamtlff
Nathan R. Moeter Vlnlnla Mailer
S ve. Lerer .5. duaiuaal.
'f 48 INCH FENCING INSTALLED W, B Harrett n Chruttoe Bar. Turtles Turn
4tt' A nil final decre. divan.Svelra .
P. Cwohraa Oeorie BarlCoehnn
1 -pl; t t dlemlaeeJlaiunal .
A Bank of Weab-heiter. etc vMaraaret Out
Add lasting beauty to your IIR Kan. Chewnln. sic.a Paintings
al detieo of (orecloeur. and

,rr II k 'y It }id home and save money tool'! 48 : Fnvu...1.:.'P NrS :'5. 6415 pod" 'M uAsia. plc On.. OL 'AN. N.Y. CAP) TWO>>

; a tb r, ,.1 V st P tP"h Aa a, } Provides a safe play area t. rteImal.... decree foreclaaint moruPredAdami ;college seniors let their turtles

!' Y . increases property val. national. Bd Lawloa Bank, In and Winter Ike American Haven :1 walk in blue ink. Then the turtles

m f ........... ,
Mm- orders 100 n Land Ine ot al were set loose on four canvas09. .
: ue. Outfit includes fabric. ft. find de.... norMan torooloeuroBavtnn .
t ? Art!r (1Y t:1: ; 55.451 It, The results have been put
: Bank of TJtka. aiorujue foremure -
ri | DA1Oabrklu H on display at the St. Bonaven-

Top rails, gates, terminal posts are extra. .orrli Pormaa Wilma' Kreei Form r divorreCodith en ve; ture University arts festival
Maalno Leo WIBlam The "paintings" have been tl-
Helton final decre. dlvorc.Dorothv .
. Hewitt at oiecatrta;*t'lbl tied "The Storm" "In Memorl-
M Clark, doeeaeed. ve. "
Preemaa ., m end;, porn L ..- urn," "Rebellion" and "Peri-

SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED Your Money Back Mud. _and r...Beth.. forecloiure McKlnnn. 13 final 20*aevcm phenomenon.

,or Nancr KlUheni Jan. final Kltcnoni decree'". dlv.rc.Fred Cecil' .Cordon ,I.: The turtles owned by Tom

Adee Bu Lawtoa and the Amer- Rogers and William
__ '\., .. . 'n. : I$5 Nulo.d Pan+ 'In, Wtnt.r Harre McGrath,
Y. Laud !. lar Inc 1 51 are named Moses, Abraham,
I fl marMMs Nroctwaro.su .
ws :r.'IO. (Sam and Josephus.III .


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LAKELAND: LEDGER Thursday, April 23, IMI 11
Trees Take Pills I J Bear Hunters 1__

To Ward Off Spring Fever Rescued From' BOATING IS FUN !

By DON GUY Get Out On The Water With One Of The Beautiful Boats I
Ute agricultural experts stud Arctic Icepack f
WEST SPRINGFIELD N.H. led the problem They found Listed In The LEDGER Classified Section .
AP)-Maple trees
( are
taking that the flow of '
sap was slowed BARROW, Alaska (AP-Four
pill for spring fever these da'l.Sug.r rt .w a
by the
growth of microorgan
polar bear hunters, two of them
working when maples hit get by the tired first of drill isms In the wound caused by the( Injured were rescued Wednesday ,Did you know that several employees ,In

warm freezes hole. from the Arctic Icepack 85 Q the Circuit Court Clerk's office make
The pills act as a germicide miles northeast of Barrowwhere .
The farmers aren't than the Clerk's $10,000
takLhgpills. over the length of the more money
"sugar- they spent more than 48
They feel fine it
looki tag off" season which in New hours after making a forced; ..olory'A
like a bumper cash
crop of England runs from late February )
maple will flow from 8 landing ,
annual syrup rite of "mgarin' off the In through March and April t 1 They were picked up in a Hardly anyone does But Clark StoneS

New England this season. depending on the locality. light plane piloted by Bob Coop; : found out, and ONLY Clark Stone has

Farmers pop the magic little Quaint Ways Abandoned er of Fairbanks and flown to a'' pledged to eliminate' luch waste of

pill Into the maples when they Modern maple farmers 'such larger nearby,plane which on flew smoother them ice to I public funds . end to save taxpayers
first drill a tap hole. as the 1
been M-year-old Heath ha-e Barrow. They left behind their I $50,000 the very fint ,earlELECT !
Pill Stimulates Sap Flow able to stay in business two damaged planes and a bear
only by abandoning most of the
,1j1p- ,
The pill makes the watery sap quaint and traditional ways of they had shot
flow later in the season insuringa harvesting . Pilot Jude Thibedeau bad
longer "run" as long as the .ap.Manpower rM? cuts on his face and Stan Dale,!
costs too much to 1 Z tl
combination of warm days and ,unload individual buckets a passenger, an Injured leg
snappy nights lasts several thousand Oily Huddleson, the other pilot
"I'm sure they help. I tested,morning Heath uses trees about.every six and Army, SatJohn E. De

several hundred trees, marked miles of plastic tubing to con rrthn, the other passenger,
were unhurt All are from Fair-
with The
them paint. trees with nect 3,000 hillside trees so that ,
pills give more sap over a longer the sap flows downhill to big tanks
left Barrow Sun-
The hunters
season says Heath collecting tanks
His sugar house lion land Certain trees flow earlie day and radioed for help Monday .1 ..1tl

farmed by his family since be- from parts of the hillside first wt _
fore the Revolution 'warmed by the morning sun. "Ii
Farmers always have been Heath uses walkie-talkie radios TIME FOR A

puzzled when certain trees to talk to his men In the woods CHANGE
seemed to run dry. Federal and and route the flow of sap.
i 4 i i'v ,M

3 Polk Women Will-Be _ -- k i


Featured At Folk FestivalWHITE t

SPRINGS A singIng event. Miss Boltin said The

composer from Lake Hamilton seven programs planned during
and two women from Winter the three days will feature some
2.000 participants and will be ,
Haven with craft exhibit
presented on the shady, outdoor Fir end easel Clark StoneClerk
will represent Polk county at stage overlooking the river .-- _>4 t-: ,:tu1!' I Uittion for (II.
this year's Florida Folk Festival. : made famous by Porter In hit ELIMINATERESENT
to be held at the Stephen classic number. Three pro. FII SYSTEM o Circuit Court
Foster Memorial here May 1-3. grams are planned Friday and A MAN THAT HIINHla
according to Thelma A. Bc-ltin Saturday, with a finale Sunday HP PILLS FOR SLUGGISH TItUS Fe....., Kirk H..ri ., Wit Springfield N.H., MM e PROMIII1
director of special events at the afternoon ,., pill ante user m.,.U iris .. wr4 elf t,rinf "."r, which *H.cti Hie twss like' ,..pl.. ELECT your

music The singing shrine. composer Is MrsE crafts"Folklore and traditions music, representing dancing, When spring ..ri..! the sap (|.w dews dews, lut new farmtn !n|.ct pill In the tree wh.n they Ralph J. Rossi cooperation efficiency economy

Jaye Ecklei of Lake Hamilton Florida's history back to the first drill s tsp ...1.. R.iult the sap flow lists bns" sad the iusr crap Ii |r..t... AP Win.
who will perform on the days of the Creek and Seminole TAX ASSESSOR ,Pd. Pe'. Adr)
dosing program Sunday after Indians will be presented by individuals . H. Pel. "".. br a. I. aI

noon May 3 The three songs and groups from
she will sing were composed by throughout Florida" Miss BolJn .
her and are entitled "Prayer is said "and there also will
the Language of God" "He be performers from Georgiaand
Knows Everything" and "We several other states"
Won't Weep No More."
Lots Of Material
A display of jewelry made
from fossilized Florida coral Is The festival has grown over
planned by Mrs. A. E. Bixen- the years into one of Florida's
man of :323 S.W. Lake Howard most ambitious and outstanding ee ,
Drive. Winter Haven. Other Spring entertainment programs.
attractions in the display include Miss Boltin emphasized that 74rgjfr
preserved poisonous there I. "such a wide varietyof
makes, Indian artifacts and folk material available that
Florida fossils Mrs Bixenman no two programs are alike. Of
will show her display Friday course, some of the more unusual
a pJ Saturday morning and afternoon numbers or group are
presented several times during
the three day. of the show i
Will Show Hats
"More and more people from
Evelyn Caffee Park of 1799 Florida and South Georgia, as
East Lake Cannon Drive, Winter well as tourists attend and enJoy ,
Haven will display an array of | the festival each year. We
palmetto hats and also demonstrate are trying to keep alive the memories 26-IN. LIGHTWEIGHT,
t how they are made by of pioneer Florida and SAVE \ "f
braiding and plaiting. She the Old South with. their enchanting -
plans to demonstrate hatmaking folkways
Saturday morning and afternoon Sponsoring the event are the
Stephen Foster Folklore Guild
This \,ear's festival will be the Florida Federation of Mu- HAWTHORNE BIKE
one of the most diversified and sic Clubs and the Stephen Fos

colorful In the history of_the. ..ter Memorial Commission. $7

Gabon Political Feud


Threatens Mba's PowerBy .1

ANDREW BOROWIEC that errors have been committed -
Associated Press Writer I that may Jeopardize 1 L 24

LIBREVILLE Gabon AP- France's interests and Gabon's re said .*

Trance has won a round in iu stability 1+ k' ,... .......
battle to keep President Leon! With a population of only half S I
Mba in power lit Gabon and a million, Gabon is perhaps
give the mineral-rich country a Africa's potentially richest nation -
semblance of stability.
But a bitter political feud with: Mineral Wealth Great NO MONIY DOWN
Reserves of iron
tribal overtones still may upset ore promise
whichis at least a billion tons of production
Oabon's precarious peace
underwritten by several companies . Gabon has been providing 31.95 HAWTHORNE-IT'S
par.troopers.1 1,500 tons of uranium e
of French
and year for the French atomic Industry GUARANTEED TO SATISFY!
Mba's strong personality timber 'i A/> pR4peauPdsslI ; +
It also provides ,
reluctance to compromise may rMNNt
eventually ruin his chances of manganese and gold. Only Wards wraps adventure, safely, and thrift Inone
Some 350 French government
staying in power I officials 63 French doctors and e. pretty "package".., and prices It so low for

Interests At Stake i.000 other French citizens are you I Contknental-styl.d beauty'ti extra light for fait

At stake In Gabon are Important -working In Gabon. t er, livelier riding. You're guaranteed to like If-
The case of Gabon illustrates i
French economic
refunded) Pedal coaster brake
the country's own chances how any African country can or your money fully
lor development and prosperity turn virtually overnight intoa gives sua-stop reiponte. Comfortable 2-tone, coil

The recent legislative elections major political headache. spring taddfe and plenty of chrome give eye-appeal

which returned Mba's Ga- A coup d'etat last February Plvsraide safe fires. Satin
bonese democratic bloc to power upset Mba. France moved in everyone ti1I. ) speed
offered no long-range solution units of its African intervention black with white pin striping for boys, girff. Treat

to the unrest. army and reinstated him. youn.!f--gt Hawthorne quality.. only at Wards,
France is still betting on The intervention generally
Mba's ability to rally the nation I criticized by the French residents where your santfocrio Is guaranteed.
although French officials realize here has given Mba's ,
opponents a cause.
Mba Ia being criticized as
Teacher's of the French." The '
Group opposition"president charges that election p I WARDS MAKES THIS HOiUHiSetltfaction

returns were falsified in a comber guaranteed your .
May 'Integrate'Its of regions to favor the money back . Wards 91-year old t

president's party promise I How can Wards promlte
CharterMIAMI MBA feels safe as long as this? Became test after grueling 'tit r
I France keeps troops in his country -
proves that Wards products have what \0

BEACH (AP) The The opposition describes itself .+ you want-quality!

40.000 member Florida Education -as moderate socialists and demands efrre.nl.e.a.. h ,
Association was to consider, withdrawal of French brIns H.. / ,.:: .- "; I a 9EN.sA"Nsp.e.

today a proposal to integrate by troops and a planned economy .. f / i

deleting the word "white" from that would curtail the free handof / ,.t' ..._P .,'klrw:","(:".; HAWTHORNE-YOUR ASSURANCE
I charter I French economic interests olse.,."....."
Mrs. Edna Tait of Tallahassee, I Mba is expected to go through W gtleele ....r.eo..JiIIIel.altee OF TOP QUAirrr,. YALUII
[ president of the FEA. said "I with the trial of Imprisoned opposition -
I don't think there will be any I leaders, includingformer I .f
I !great battle I imagine it will,' Minister Jan Hilaire Au-
I pass HThe 1'I bame But the opposition saysit t ( WARDS \

results of the vote weren'tbe will not give up efforts to 4 II \\HAWmORNt}
I until Satur
: made public ;[unseat Mba.Woman.
Dade, Pmellas and several I I
other counties proposed drop-, To See j :::' LIME Word has been In the bicyfe businett for

ring the racial bar by deleting Son Take OverCommand essty end \ over 70 years . making HAWTHORN
1 he word "white," but Mrs. Tail, flCll\lrle 'a
paid the passage of the proposal' _.. one of the oldest and most respected names
robably would not bring many In the Industry. HAWTHORNE-the finest

egro teachers into thei organ- HANCOCK Maine (AP-A bike, the rowed price. Only of Wards
Teachers Hancock mother who lost three
The Florida State
sons In World War II will see the
'1lOCatlon, Negro counterpart
| f the FEA. "has fine pro- fourth take command of a new . .
rams, and I anticipate there warship today. ST. PETERSBURG TAMPA' CLEARWATER LAKELAND
Mrs Lillian Crabtree will bea
Itill he said will be two organizations, ,. guest at the commissioning of i2CI 34th STRUT 1st AVINUI, N N. DALE MAIn AT INTERSTATE 4 CLEVELAND PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 1026 I. MEMORIAL BLVD.Maple .

The FSTA also .cheduled the Polaris missile submarine I ...rraYaaale...ao..e
stars this week in Miami ,Daniel Boone at Vallejo, Calif. J 1 I


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.1t 22 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April M, IM4 ''
r 'Comptroller Does More Than

t Airliner Crash To Be Simulated For Safety- Write All Of State's Checks

PHOENIX, Arts. (AP) Afouren.lne gineering and Research, a non-
DC airliner was to profit Phoenix group. Editor' note, This It. another provement Fund, Board of Ad- las County Court He held that

roar down a Phoenix airstripthis Victor Rothe, head of the story by The Associated Prew ministration, Direct Tax Com-;post until 1949, leaving to accept
capital bureau In,Tallahassee Board of
on mission Drainage
morning in a take-off that Phoenix research organization, appointment as assistant
the primary campaigns, tile of- Commissioners, Housing Board,
never gets far off the ground called the test "a simulated flees and the men seeking them. Pardon Board, Pension Board, state comptroller
The big craft, guided by rail survivable accident"" whose Today' Installment dbcu a e a Textbook Purchasing Board, After Comptroller C. M. Gay
and occupied only by 15 dummies purpose Is to make air travel the comptroller o( Florida. Board of Canvassers, Board of resigned in 1955, Gov. LeRoy
waq to reach a speed of safer. I Supervision of Form of Bond of Collins appointed Green to replace
140 miles an hour before smashing The fatality rate for scheduled 'By DOUGLAS STARR Surety Companies, Board for him. Gren won the elections .
up into a pile of twisted Fixing Values of Investment Securities .
metal. airlines Is .23 per 100 million TALLAHASSEE (AP) la In 1956 and I960.During
of Trust Comp
Florida, the man who Issues the the 1959
Barring unfavorable weather, passengef miles, Rothe said, Railroad Assessment Board Securities Legislature,
paychecks for the state's the
em- lawmakers voted Green the
!$flPJ.flTY the airliner was to be sacrificed compared with 2.0 in 1940. Evenso ployes and to pay all of the Commission Purchasing most effective administrator of
In the hope of making future, he said the many more millions state's bills Is the comptroller.But Commission, Personnel Board, a state agency.
air crashes more survivable of miles logged makes it Revenue Commission and Out-
Issuing checks to pay salaries He Is M years old, marriedand
simulated was to to reduce this. rate. door Recreation Commission.
The crackup necessary and bills Is not all the the father of two children
take only about four seconds. I comptroller must do. Green Holds OfflcaFIorlda'a He also Is a grandfather
*? Wreck PlannedAs Under the Constitution he Is
current comptrolleris
New African required to supervise banks,
It reached the projected Ray Green, a pharmacist for REGULATION PIECE
speed, barriers were to clip off! building and loan companies, 21 years In Clearwater before The dirk a combination dagger
credit unions and small loan
the landing gear with the plane Nation FormedBy he Is in charge of entering public office 23 years and all-purpose knife still
skimming along about six feet ago was mentioned in regulations
the and
state retirement
off the ground, county In 1933, Green was' elected for British midshipmen at the
l Next a wing was to slice Intoa MergerDAR all systems; he taken makes In a and record of Mayor of Clearwater and served -close of World War II. according
money paid
small mound of earth while until 1938 when he received to the Encyclopaedia
and he
out certifies
ES SALAAM, Tanganyika ; the amountof clerk of Pinel-
the other sheared'off three tel- appointment as Britannica
due each
money county under
% battered (AP-Tanganyika and the
The :
3fk ephone poles. state's
the minimum
plane, after a bounce or two, island nation of Zanzibar have!
program Need Cash T. fey HIM
was expected to crumple up on merged to form a new nation
the side of a hill. the government of Tanganyika 24 Men Held Ppst

i Inside, 20 cameras weer to announced today. I This, too, Is an old office id MOO O wrnII
take pictures of what happened Informed sources said the I Florida, having been included in Te Man To Sea
to the dummy passengers, new new nation would be run from the Constitution when Florida
safety devices and standard Dar Es Salaam, capital of Tan- became a state In 1845. Duringthe AT

airplane equipment. ganyika. past 119 years, Florida has ACCEPTANCECORPORATION
RUBBERIZED MANNIKINS-FiH.... dummies. will fct beard four-tngin DC7 irliiur, ichtd- Shocks and stresses to varl- Zanzibar Is 22 miles off the had 24 comptrollers
I .ltd t. crash e.. takt-oH in in air lafoty research tiptrimtnt. Th. uniform of .n. *f Ih* ", ..nnl."I. ous parts of the plane and the Tanganyika coast in the Indian Over the decades, more and
... It open to ihow where !I".tu".nto' to rcerd rtocllen will b. ilortd. At the right, .rincodiuiti ! .. dummy human beings were to Ocean more duties have been added to
higri-ipttd co...... to provld photos of the er.tri. (AP Wirtphete) be recorded on 82 test channels. The merger unites one of the comptroller's office until, today OF FLORIDA
Main fuel tanks carry colored East Africa's larger nations andits he Is a member of 21 COMPARE WISE LOW LOW PAYMENTS
water to allow a study of spray smallest. Tanganyika has an boards and commissions running CASH Z. CASN le CASH 12YY
patterns when they ripped area of 361.800 square miles the government, These 21 aM "1 YY Gst Math Yr.Ost Ma Mseu.oo
TRADE UP \ Ss2.eo 3/00.70 s25.oo st5o.ss Its
apart. larger than France and Germany are:
combined, and a populationof The budget com mission l Sst2miss. 1250.4 $"00 0,00 s7 eta
) FAA Sponsors Wreck about 9 million Zanzibar and Board of Conservation Board of Co. n.W Parking
I To A Better Used Cor From One Of The Many Bargains Offered Daily In The Sponsor of the performance Is its smaller dependent island of Commissioners for State Institutions LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR FOR OTHER CARL MM I.Ms WMAITONT t ins VS."
,' the Federal Aviation Agency Pemba havo an area of 1.020 Executive Board of the PERIODS ARE (bMPAAAII! I DAY SIIVICI
LEDGER Classified Section. which awarded the research square miles and about 300,000 department of Public Safety, 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3161
contract to Aviation Safety En- people. Trustees of the Internal Im

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.. :. And Koufax TooBy

MURRAY CRASS league's most valuable player

,'., Associated Press Sports Writer award got into trouble when

While the Los Angeles Dodgers I Bill White swung and missedfor

April! 23, 1114 33 ; a suffered from a growing the third strike. The ball got

hi ;>\\1 '. .' .' headache In St. Louis today by catcher John Roseboro

: Sandy Koufax was 2,200 miles .though, and White reached first

way-nursing his hot dog arm. Koufax then walked Ken Boyer

< :: : The Dodgers' ace lefthanderwas and gave up the home run pitchto

,. ; > ': forced out of the with James.
.j' game
. > \
? .; .' the' Cardinals Wednesday night
fl' : Simmons Wins
Tigers , : ;
TripIslanders ,.
;jf;; t ', I
,. lI *: ' ::'. after the first Inning with an elbow
,;l\ inflammation and a slight Carl Warwick and White later

.. . .. hit home homers
runs, nullifying
..... "" muscle tear in his left forearm.
..... .M :.. He returned to Los Angeles for by the Dodgers' Frank How-
--: .n examination. 'ard and Willie Davis Curt Simmons

;. "'-"" ".- _.._ _._ .. ... ".,. '\: ".c""'" .. Before he left the game Kou- I won his second game for
--------- ---------- ------- ------------------- -- ---- '
the Cardinals but needed help
fax unleashed a rare wild third
ALOU'S DEIUT-Mtw! ..ka. |rv.. MW ctn orfiUcf Fttipo M the ploy l The Giants e44e4 4 three rum cite. the slip In the s-.... strike that eventually led to from Roger Craig.
Bf Ala. leeks on te clnaltr/ track to fete Hy k? Htrvty Korea of the Imiliif/ 01 they beet the Sieves I.'. Ales (aunt *. the Iravtl In e Charley James' three-run homer I Willie McCovey belted home

Ledger Sports Editor s.. FranciM Gnnft .t MitwovkM ymtordcy, but fell for the node with the ClanN kit winter AP Wlrtphoto and a 7-4 victory for the runs in his first three times at

The armed guard around the dressing room at Henley Field I.... . bat for the Giants. He had a
only error in third "'rU. Jars Alan the Gionri scored Cardinals. It was the seventh
is for only one pUl'pole-to protect the most precious piece W I
puny 080 batting average goIng -
straight defeat for the Dodgers
wood in the City of Lakeland-the bat Don Pepper has been Into the game. His per-
who have won just one
I using to thump FSL pitching this_spring. Slants on Sports Ford Dr. 1. C. Middleman St, Louis formance overshadowed the two

For the husky first basemaa added two more hits to his Blanks team physician estimated Kou- home runs hit by the Braves'

season's total last night to make it 9-for-11 this year. He ran fax.would miss at least one or Joe Torre

his string to seven hits in a row with a single and triple be- A Great Coach Iwo pitching turns. He normally I Willie Mays continued his torrid -

fore flying out in the seventh. pitches every four days, hitting pace getting a single

.AU of this plus a fine 5-hit White ,and a double.

hurling Hardin-he effort prefers by Robert Hugh -Hugh in: his first to right FSL-hit and-a L Lakeland run single Calls It QuitsJack SoxBy Elsewhere R.dlege in Blanked the National I GO GO!

had completed Its scoring. League Wednesday night Houston -
organized baseball debut asa The Islanders Jumped off to MIKE RATHET i Ford, the ace lefthander ofthe II blanked Cincinnati 2-0. and
pitcher the Lakeland gave a lead in the first Al Lewis Associated Press Sports Writer I New York Yankees who San Francisco stopped Milwaukee -
Tigers a 1-2 win over the Day- JACK SLAYTON I
tona' Beach Islanders It also back again this summer, opened I By Measured by Whitey Ford'smeticulous :doubles as the pitching coach 8.6. Rain halted Pittsburgh:
Editor .
knocked the Islanders out of a with a triple to center and Nelson Lodger Sports for the American League champions at Philadelphia and Chicago atNew
standards the 200th
tie with Fort Lauderdale for Castellanos walked The An era came to an end Wednesday morning and put himself down for an York )I

first place. two pulled a double steal as its full impact won't be felt until the Dreadnaughtsopen victory of his major league career -A grade after winning No 200 Koufax, whose 21. victories, S 11 RACES

Vandiver fanned but when Castellanos their football next fall. Coach L. L. Nur- was a complete successstrictly Wednesday night by blanking last season earned him the' 7 EACH NIGHT
Lakeland plays at Orlando season (
tried to the White Sox 3 0 A
go to third on Chicago on six
tonight: and .tomorrow night, a low throw by Renfro, he was mi) Nelson decided to step down as football coach a one sweat shirt job. hits 5400. Came 'I 8tlO P.M.

doubled as Thoele pegged to and devote fulltime duties as athletic director of "I only went through one .OS ANOIltl {T, LOUIS I ?R MATINEES
OSTDOIT 101 ANOSLStMrkkl I krftkl Mr Ml
Williamson for the putout.In Lakeland Senior High School. ekfkHWtrt sweat shirt" said Ford laugh Will. ll 4 II 0 Flood cf 4110 A 2:00 P.M.

the fourth with two down Since coming here in 1943 Nelson has furnished Lumm 3b IB .4011.ao..r Moran. _Ib cf 4110 1000 ing. "I'm giving myself an ex- .Illlam T, Davit 2b If, 4111 4011 Woe OrMl?. >Ik. 4111oward 4511 S

Stan Bledsoe doubled to center Lakeland football fans with many a thrill. And he has Cam ib Slit Preeoel. 4111Kallna cellent report for the game" rl all I Borer JO 11(0 WEDNESDAYFRIDAY
.rf 1010 Aocock 10 11 0 IJemeto McMullen Ib 4 0 t 0 Janwt If 4111Werhat
and promptly tallied on Mike also been a center of controversy There were some > cf 4011 con 0000Morton I Ford's chart when completed Jh I. I 0 Ihennen M 0000Fitirly O AND

Fritz's single to right. who were after his scalp for years. And there were 1 If as 4000 4510LTMm.e KodMtt' t f13011 1010M'Aulllle will show he kept the White Sox C 1000 4000 Javier Werwtek ft rf liltiMttwr 4000 T SATURDAYA

Although troubled by wild- others especially his former players who were Re.rOO C 4555000.. 2' 3150 off balance, allowing only one W Davit, ct 4 1 1 1 UKktr: a 1010
ness. Hardin kept the Islanders b8roWl 01 0 I .Floruit ,If 5555 extra base hit and striking out Iou,.. .. 0000 llmnwnt .a 1000 DAILY
in check after fiercely loyal to him. In 1958 Nelson's fortunes at lulllvait 0000 Billntky ., 1000 1000 CriH .a 0000
that. A.ultro.. .. . aTorrea 1000 two while issuing only one walk. 005r5 1110Ichert DOUBLE
TIGER TALK Barry Firth, a Lakeland nit the bottom. The Dreadnaughts won Wick them .1111 0 Pewler 5555 .P 0000
Lakeland nary a contest and managed only a tie with Edge- lorlna .a 0000 Bag No. 200 bCamllll 0000 I K 1-2
student, won the all- ToI.,. W III I To'.', Hill Moon 1000
expense trip to the New VorkWorld' water's Eagles in their 10-game slate The knives were o-Struck out for Sellmkr In imiRan o- The record book when revised /Vllller 9000 E RACES I i;
for Hoarko In Sits c-Ran tor Ad- T.l.ll, M 4 I' T.,.,. II r 0 r
Fair Tuesday night . whetted and the wolves howled in gusto. Some even act: In otti. will show Ford the 61st .-Doubltd for Or... in Hij' tj-An- M QUINELLASkg

Only a few hundred were on came to the then publisher of The Ledger, Bud Smith, Detroit tot tot 111-1 pitcher in major league history nouncad for Richer In 7lhi 1-0_ **
Lee Ann ,_ .._ .. Ml tot toi-J out tor Camllll In 7mi
el-Grounded out EACH
hand last night. ,. . The Tigers in an effort to get his scalp. Smith wisely let the I-Moot. .PO-A-Detrolt It-I two out to reach the 200-victory plateau, ,or Werhat ,In llln I

turned in two double plays last school board determine who would be hired and fired. when. wlnnlno ran ecorad) LM Anwlei The long bright future also AiiMlet .. ' SOS Itl '1.-. Vf RACE
07 I Dr Lump* end Cethi AMOCO
and un 11 Ln4 .. .. .. .. .. ... .112 too mrRNoflk
night another
I on Tuesday. I Former players all flocked to his home, thoroughly upset Milted LOI-Dotrolt 10 Lot Anolot .. may be approaching for the '
o--Lo. Anrln 11.1
Their IB-Wort Preaotl IS-Caih I L
defense -
the middle
up is by the turn of events. Coach Roy French of Miami Jacksonwas hornet" -.., Yankees, who marked their second Loll 1711 LOB Lot Angolit I. ItIB L ladies AdmittedFree

. Larry almost RoJas-Tom as good Matchlck as the fine duo visibly disturbed when his Generals played Lakeland Atulrro IF 1f.1'.I Nil.I I. SB I 10 Iicl. victory In six gameswith Labs-:;"' ., Parker, T. Davit, H-...... Thursday
& enam U ,.' -.. I 1 1 < till another achievement In larwlck. Howard. WOKS, W, Davit. IBWllll. -
here that The antl Nelson was loud in its demands
year. group .
of 63. . Pepper's first hitWes sound. I. I I I I I fifth Clete hi I'-How.rd. I C
P'J a line drive to right and : "He's too old for the Job. The sport's passed him by.He' owlor . II I 1 1 0 1Be'Se the Inning Boyer ir.> N. m SB 10 CINTRAL AIR
Yankee Kou'u L, 11 1 1:1 CONDITIONING
W50 1.1' I S S S a homer-the first by a : i i i L
; he hit the ball well in the seventh over the hill. W"-8..III". U-DIMuro. Pawilla. his rim 4 I I t 5 3 ALiT PARKING

__it. .%'1l inning when he flied out. Three short years later Unwnt Drummorid. T-II3. A-I.MlWAIMIN4)TOH season.The Minnesota Twins hit three, VMIer Ithert 1 f 8.I 0 1 1 0 I u Bradenton Road

. The remaining Tiger farmhands MINNIIOTAaSPOM Immoni W. 101114 I I e :a
IMI Lakeland was to upset nbrkMZlmmor homers-by Tony Ollva Rich I cons 1141 1 1 0 1 B
DON PErPtk in town bid goodbye to Miami Senior, 7-6, and then I IW 11 11 Rolllnt to 4111Brlnknun Rollins and Don Mincher-bu t l W-Kou'.v. ,a-lIoMbOrO. Bitwun 41.301
the Lakeland Tigers after last ll 41 I lOllvt rt 411'' friar lecory, Surkhait. T-l U-IUdol.\, \
. .4-Hlt ,.,,.. night's game. Both Jamestownand bow to Chamberlain, 7-0 .and Minion M : tIt Hill ct 3110 I IIkowron scored the winning run or I 31..10.
barely miss winning the state Ib Klltebraw H 410 I 0 a passed ball In a 7-fl triumph'
Duluth were to have left Lock rf-<' 1100 Mlnchor Ik 1111Hunt
and grid title. The town was in an cf I 1 0 I '''_ Ib 1000 over Washington. In the only .
returning to Henley Field for today Ralph Snyder was to
bKIm rf I 'I'"w. 4000LoRMTt
other AL played the Lo
a twill bill with the same Islanders have closed Tlgertown this aft- uproar. Never had feelings I 5 1011 Vertallet tl III 0: game << tGOLDEN

at I.SO Sat- ernoon until next January. here run so high If Leto { + bPnilllH ISlOAll.n2b. III 8lruml.w. I Angeles Angels struck for two
beginning C 0000 Koat 000Kenned VE1C!
in the ninth and 3 2 vie
$: runs a -
urda,. BtACH I Field In Tampa could have Ib: I 0 0 0 llnblor .P 000cllai __
DAYTON.A, M'VMIL !' lANttANO: 'm* ib 0 oGorvl 1 I 1Kovllti C I tory over Detroit.
The Tigers Jumped on starter WlA ? 5 'Irwh.! i1 of i A 1 held 40,000 people, there would p 1000 ..orrW" III I: Two were postponed brain 1 exIra4j.5P ,
air .
Ed Marino for four of their six c_. G'ADa'' ..,. 2b have been that many there Duck worm p 0 0 0 0 D.IoW., .I 000 games T1 dr
vendor If 4 o owllion 3k dCottler 111 Pltrher p0051 I D -Boston at Baltimore ando

hits in the second inning and all &$S ll I : r ,S lb II t : that -trlday night when the SrMaea .a S 7 05$11. 000 1115055d : Cleveland. Kansas C tr. #

of their runs. After that Marino Mh'ti1 J I 'jgr If_, 0 Chiefs edged Lakeland. '!rr 11 0Tot. Ford who was the AL a wln-

and reliefer Julio Cantillo LllUa a 0 0 Hw4tB m & their glee the fans named the .,. S* IIII Total MIS I last with I i
M..rtno..1 0 o-llntlod far ...'- M Indi ningest pitcher year s q >
blanked them on a single by ..I hall. practice field after him 'Pauper out for Laocort In tn\i c-Walke, 24-7 record, was locked, In a duel f
Walt Thoele and Pepper's triple ..ntnio I G. far Kennedy In ami at.Xlt aerlflce, fly
rYar' Nurml Nelson field. for Duck: worm In Ittit Grounded 0111 with White Sox starter Gary
that Sanford Vandiver circled 70410 513i1 7btn. Two years later Lakelandran ,for Mlncher. In .tti( f-Strvdi out for Pn 101. Peters until Boyer hit his bases I
and lost for a three-base hit. rtanrd.or..d.d rot Slit Centlllo for Y.rlnS IP OtA T.1 into another series of . . ..... 4* M M-. empty homer In the fifth. 5y

In the big second Barrie Williamson -DAYTON" i' BSACH. MO 100 oboroAMr10 IflO Ooi BOO::4 I heartbreaking defeats The M''.._. .. .,1M Ml 5l 1011. -ra SIC YOU.5,555. CNICAGOI 151551 I
opened with a walk MNp I ,;Hulott/ ... Kennedy, POA Wertiln, *. I ed I 10
b.W wolves started again and this LInE' II ler
B.. 94-Ut: lakeland. !7-' DP- I 10IUSWd:
Pepper singled him to third and < . ton Uli Mlnneeota Gels DP Allen. Rich : M a 41 it 411Maria
ReSIro- "' I time they circulated Varullat. Mlnchtr" 121. LOS _
:1hDOr"'I-: a petl- rf t 11 S Roblneon "44050
Andenon Ml.lien .
Williamson scored on Roy Ren- sal 1 .,
- Mlnneeolo 411
I.tIp. - II I 110
and Huletl "" and UUla; WU. tlon. It marked a new low for Loe>
fro's infield force out. Jim MI- llamennwlnderun and Popper. LOB- ta Ilmmer. Skowran IS V..- Manila cf 5110HIeMMnl, 0110
Daytona Boa h S 2B Lakeland NURMI NELSON .. . If .0 .Curhem Ib .8.0
fandom And now .II. HR Ollva Rolllnt MlnetwrIkawron Tram
walked and Thoele's
single W V=:I:1: -- le. IS-Minion, VerMlMt, IP-Col. oNow.rd e 11 MNermey < 4 11Itona
tallied Renfro. Hardin bunted IWSPeF CB- CII. Un- with Nelson's decision to step . An Era Ends Her, Ib 11 a Welt I b 31115wr
fraCwt.ll.fw A sr. RRI-w-w V 5- root IP. N a a* as to :IB 1111 ,.,... p 110 0
and Miali beat 'the throw to > Voaa S, down the petitioners will probably 4111 IMImeoj I Iwnnelm 0
a 9 Koplltt 1111 4 d 0 1 I'or' p
third the bases being loaded. r TMlll N 5 IP. pe be bouncing around the street declaring: "We got his Duck wormIrldoaa .. tJ.a., i 0 e .P 11Moul 0

BUI Voss looped a double to M.rltl.COnulh.H.rrdla ILl nn'. i i N! ,1Reserves i Job." I've got news for you Buster, You didn't. Actually Nelson K., .L, 0 1 :. ..1' II I 4 I I t 1 5 1 Tet.IS Mill Taialt. .p Nil III...

H.rdln 11.5545'' .. .. ....111 I I I 1 0.Pow o-lineled for ,.,... In Tthi khed
Miall and Tboelescored. would have called
center and .. probably it quits after the 63 season
__ 'MIrf.r11K.In \1
:: It"0-tlc = .. ... .. .. I 1 I 1 I lint on catcher /
John Faehr collected but the crested situation that made It dIfficult ," \
petition a doubly OalkyMKhor III '
T-a 30. P :::::::::::1 155: S 0 I SSW VMS! ..... .. NO III tit-I
for both Nelson and the school board. Any move by him Flail. W I" ".... I 0 I I COIGN ....... "......SOS ON M4Mantan -*
then would have made Jt appear disgruntled fans could get Roland .. .... .. \ I I 0i S 0 .- I. Llni MeNertney, PO A-
Chic.. 1711. DP .
Paced one man 'In Ithl 4-facad N.w York 1711 .
Aid the Lakeland grid coach any time they circulated a piece of 0'...s'M511. I H.n jan. Welt, and Cunnlnpham 1. P501Imo.
PS Sattev, Srumlav U lelernoValentino . I Llni and Pooltono. Well. ManwnCunnlnaham
paper. , MellIn...,. tar T-l:". A- I Ind LOS-New York I.
I .u..... C&cIa 0.25N10.m..
Like Nelson could .
and did
any outspoken man arouse ----- 14"1.,11I''ch.rd., '

strong feelings from many adults. Yet the proof of his abilities 511 hPnoc/. ,IP. H SRSSIO

Southern Win lies In his accomplishments en the field and with the Wright SeeksTitleholders Prd w. 1-1 .... d 0 I 2
:'..." 4 1.1. r 4 I 1 0 1
lone list of players from Lakeland who either starred here \\IlIh.l" U. 1 I 6

or later went on to another school to star. :Marl'f" . .. ".1 I 0 I *.
w. '.1. PS McNertnev U-
By JACK FLOWERS Seven of the IS FSC<< hits Harper and Graham McKeel appear destined to see :....,herty. Cerrlftn. Hurley' Hollar. T-
AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP"Anybody 1':1&: AlO1d3.FOR
Ledger Assistant Sports Editor went for extra bases. The big plenty of action at the University Florida this fsll. Theyare who hits' the ball long I

blow of the game was Bob Nelson-coached men. In fact, Nelson calls Jack Harper's
The Florida Southern College ought to have a chance to win
Lee's MO-foot home run with 10-yard punt return against Manatee in his final RENT
game "
diamond Mocs put on their hitting prep the Titleholders, said one of
shoes yesterday afternoon the bases empty In the fifth "one of the greatest runs I've ever seen" Ironically the TD the longest hitting women golfers ,

at Henley Field and laced 18 Inning.than Other blows going.for run was nullified by a clip committed almost 25 yards behind Mickey Wright, the tourna- NEW SPINET PIANOS
more one .
hits in a 14-7 rout of Florida Harper just u he was about to hit the end zone ment favorite
and Hardy's back
Presbyterian College of St lo-back triples In the first Donovan Jones at Florida State University; Bumpy Baldwin

Petersburg In a non-conferencs stanza, Dave Sonenberg'a two at Vanderbilt and Valsa Johnson at Tampa University SCOREBOARDAMIRICAN
have definite
Button-Down Men requi
contest doubles and two-baggers byRon are some of the Lakeland grads currently playing college foot-

It was the ninth straight defeat Montgomery and Kale ball after playing here. And the list of former Lakeland grid- W. PCi'. a.. sites. Authentic collar flare of course.

without victory for Coach Albrlrton. Sooenbcrg. Montgomery den who went on a stardom In college Is a long one. One of Bo1l1"o Mln.olOl. ...............".. i ,,BOO.. -- ,

Bob Porttrfleld. the former and Albritton all are the Bill Hood who the of Florida. cIeNa04 .Si Obviously back pleat back button and
tops Wit captained University 3 COO ,
major league hurler visitors. Btnn ::;:::::;; :
reserves. Olin Hill standout at Furman and almost uT.01r
was a University
LM ..n..11I .. ... ... ..600Chlr..o essentials. Perfection.
Coach Hal Smeltzly's Mocs now I hanger loop are
.... ...... 4 .31:1,:, i
assured of FSC Jumped off to a 3-0 leadin made the Green Bay Packers last fsll. He played on that .. ..311W0.O4ton I
a Sorb
144 and are Sew
are winning season no matter whathappens the first Inning and before '58 team Jack Everett starred at Arkansas State while both 505.00 cup:::::::: J ..250 2.A 54 ists demand an extratapered'waist,

the St. Petersburg nine could Dick Leis and Paul Davis starred at
Tampa University
their six remaining
in NATIONAL LlAOUI Rare Is the shirt that has them all.
bring a stop to the scoring the W. 4 PCT .0.
encounters. .. .... .. 4 ,110O 55
Macs had a comfortable 13-1 Hit FavoriteOne PhlIIIilphl. &
Wright _.
However, FSC still has a San P.nc-e.. i l- Golden Vee has! Solids, Seersucker
margin at the end of five inn P10.0uro5 :::;:: I ;:!
leasta et. Lem. ,, ,
slim chalICe gaining at of Nelson's alltime favorites his in
ings. including days Cln.lnn.1I .. ....".4 4 .110O Stripes.
tie or winning the Florida Alabama Andalusia and Gadsden Kathleen head coach Oil"" . .. : t: ..
Thirteen of the runs and 15 at -was : .::..:.: ? 4 : i .
Conferencetitle. ; ..... f J" 1'I 400NO
Intercollegiate of the hits came off starting Art Wright. "When you had Wright playing for you you had a noirecia! ": .: I 4 500 S.
The Mocs host Rollins : I 7 :12* 4WIONltOAY ..
pitcher Tom Bacon. Southpaw coach on the field He lacked some natural abilities and wasn't Loa Ani'l'i '* ..."LT.
Park for
College of Winter at S.1S tomorrow Maury McDonald came on in tall but tough as nails Art always gave you 100 per cent San Ptanclaco NATIONAL' *. Milwaukee LtAOO. ..

single game p.m. the sixth and held the Moos in Houitoa I. Cincinnati 0ntUMCfb DOWN PAYMENT
at Henley Field and "We had a big tackle when Art was captain of the team. Nt. Loll. 7 10, ArNnM I.Chl.MO .

travel to Winter Park.: for a check on three safeties and one I One night In Ft. Lauderdale when we were short of players, at :*TphUadalpKIa.P. <'S>aiPoae3in. .. UP TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY =1;

Saturday doubleheader with run. I the tackle asked to be taken out. Art grabbed him: You'll .
the Tars. Freshman right hander Bob) play or 111 take care of you after the game.' He played like AMIRICAM. LIAOUSm..denata
) 7 Waehlotloo I.
The season closes for the Roadannel opened the pitching be never played before and we won. Art was one of my all- New York 3' Cblraao 0Ue '
chores for the Moon and ABielee, :] Detroit t
Mocs May 12 with a three- went time favorites. fkuton at Baltimore postponed, 0110C5s.i.nd
six complete innings to get | ., Kaaeat City po, poD.4.
game series with the University credit for his second win of'' When Nurml first came to Florida he fell victim to several 1a1'*. TODAY S OAMMpTl'i.Vr.S'arp'hMphl. -LAYAWAY-

of Tampa. decisions he took to and the results NATIONAL' LIA8UI
officiating exception
the season against no losses.I
all of their
Should FSC win Roadarmel was touched for six were often costly One night his team was playing down in remaining tilts and Miami drop CHOOSE NOW. A
jsnzs"ancm" :
would of the 10 FPC hits, five in the: Miami and his players were getting the worse for wear :..II! .
one. then the two clubs ... Rental apply to
FIC lead. first two frames. He was totlowed mostly in physical batterings. Nurml charged on the field. : .
tied for the at Mlnneeotatauderdala purchase price. Cortege
on the mound in order! "What the heck is here : INS.ciudend .
Coach Smeltzly indicated he wrong out Didn't you see that? aa10b 0I 550knoro
., 110ODI' extra. This offer Is
a"n..1oa charge
by southpaw Cooper Means. What kind of ?" OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.
would start eitherecil: Hockor Hock and Bruce Altkens. a game are you calling erne.luheAA, : LIA..UIPL limited to families wishing

Ken Murphy on the mound The officials glared: "One more word and It'. IS yards" PCT. .!.
.... I to test their children's musical -
I With the of four FSC
tomorrow while Rollins probably help Nelson growled: "You're lousy. Is that the we.rd7" As . . . . .00 ability.
errors, one walk and four singles _Twa B.a hLAKILANO I
will counter with Mickey [ Nurml told it uteri "Four handkerchiefs sailed up In the ::::W'j', ;::,

dark. Clark has posted a I-G hopes, Florida alive Presbyterian in the ninth keptits Inning air and came down like four paratroopers making a landtag. 81 PeteriOWflarawtt .. ...... .... .eII.GOO.)]1 I CANNONMUSIC

record this season ." MiamiIM : Ono
with a five-ron effort. '
mos wIDNi "
Southern saw $ RI5ULT$
reserves Florida All II of the losers hits On year the Dreadnaughts tied St. Petersburg when the Pt. Lnudarda. 15.15Mt. a. CO.

of the action No against starter with were singles. Steve Lepage Green Devils should have clobbered Lakeland. They had a Ism._ RS 0. 0,5e de 3. earn 1.II. .
the exception of Buster Hardy McDonald and Jim Children boy named Percival and Bill Bolton at fullback. Percival Pi5TMY54C5Yl5! JOAMOC1AKt1A50 303 S. Florida Ave.

had two hits each to lead could than and AY O"LANOO.
and Ken Hueboer played more scoot-much faster any Dreadnaught- Bolton at Dtrtont IMaob Florida

than six innings Subs replaced Florida Presbyterian at the was real good up the middle-he played three seasons later Miami,,_ .at'ii1Nr.5.1' iaol*. Lekalsnd, 207 East Main Street

those two in the seventh and plate. for Florida But scout Bill Teate spotted a foot movement by Phone MU 2-1145

eighth frames and the Moc riA. pitas SOOTH. : 114 no om 140 10.-14 IM 7 UBKoa 10FLA. : Bolton that tipped the plays which one of the two would get Sr TIM riOHT._HftULTft..... PreMPHOIN1X 110,11l"u': Mime Ca. 50 r..n ef flwsfify' ttnlct f* Miss in the Lakeland/ AnaThursda"

finished the game with their I Mr Donald Ml u* KnaarKoadainrt : ., Aru...- oaaocr? Ortd lot

faun second unit. I at ..d w..na11.rvlUM. Saun. Hock M)'Ml. AUkiu -' (Continued on Page M; Cols. 71) Lo040 Ha M.iltHl...fa... it*..kaiusl.a. 4. I .

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34 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April 23. 1M4 -

Lakeland Teams Win I BascballfSoftbanGames Texas Open Begins

: '

I Tourney Play Today

Last *>OV*> LUIUI
Roundup TourneyLakeland r> .Uoa Chomlcil *,. V0.s...
Diamond Mo li I IUO Anoourm .
4: Anortooji Cru.! SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (AP- ment Wednesday they could|
14 ... W.llm.n3A;,.l. t pM.Ps.wnd the
No t! BwtU EnillMor ... Unlfurui More than ISO golfers, Including whip course.
shufflers dominatedthe team of DeWitt Williams and root 7:4* Diamond Ha It Sj"J Billy Maxwell who huntwan ]
manAIi... Florid. Til idiom.., Bio. many of the game's top names, .
John Coben. 41 Mllicr M Flortat a tournament since !
final | the
major turney : : x L
UUMii Buk, f.it n., Dlisoad strike out over the Oak Hills
of the Florida 6V64 shuffle Floyd ScheU slid Mary No. 1962 Dallas Open caught the!
Marr of Seminole finished dsT. UICUAND tL McPhslMaalm 10YI' LIAIV'M I .III.. Country Club course today after eyes of many Wednesday with]

season as they captured titlesIn fourth. Consolation winner 1'l;:: utit _.XirVOUTM UtAOVIferdiaal a share of the 140,000 up for a' four-under-par 68 that was]

the Last Roundup amateur was the Lakeland team of COMMIReiAh,* va SLOPIT01:4 L iuI..wI- A grabs In the 37th annual Texas tops in the pro-amateur.

shuffle event at WoodaU's Agnes Carter and Jay Snoody. tad.pond.nta t., Ptoldi' However, nine others turned!
Open.So .
p a. John Col M c1 ral i
Trailer Court. The tourney con- Harm Boyd and Art Johnsonof vh.MCbr I ry. = f in below par rounds Including I
cluded yesterday and drew a WoodaU's Court finished coMMkaciAk I somAU.tr far, the tournament has defending champion Phil Rodg[

field of 194 shufflers players second. ...- Lora re.SSaow Utckvorlh FoolaCei Joh.. failed to yield a favorite en, who staled over the same]

Including guests about 300 Winning the B division was John C'oR1iNi1q6 tiril., .a, lurSmltn The rolling 6,715-yard par 70 course last year H strokes better .
T WMtaldo Pork Tftft layout often sub-par rounds for
persons were Involved In the the Lakeland team of Freddie Auto ... rt.mao. *'30 am. WwfaMa than par.Perhaps .
Way tourney many players :Johnson and Pearl Jacks. Ethel Park CHUIICN ,LPITCN W 'lfr'n ,red rLOTS consistent shooters, but has its one reason most feel I
and shufflers departing for and Bus Horton of Dunedin fin CrriUl Lok* TO. ParkTlo T Ia. trouble spots A host of the pros the tournament which ends]

the North after the last maJor ished second; Henry Keough ild DUIoland> .5.30 pm So" .,.1 DliKlud, T-akMldo Hooodrr .i'I;South-Id.- proved during practice rounds Sunday, is anybody's title Is the I

shuffle event of the sea and Jim Johnson of Lakeland : rVoo All WsWoddl.s" usmp+,Dlilfl.nHot CbrioU s and the pro-amateur touraa- fact that several of the bleeest I

son. Sue--K Trailer Park were KATHLttN n, )o p n AH1A. 1> OlASS"M/MOSS:: names have skipped It.

In the A division for teams third and Ralph Clement and Hftrndnn Inauraoe TO Ublvonolr Arnold Palmer. Jack Nick
\> d. a 30 pm. lt.lJ-.Wn
who have placed In the top four Ed Smith of Zephyrhflla, fourth KATMLIIN ARIA plots MINOSSta4 Warriors aus, Gary Player and Julius
UktfaJ. Dl.le YuHi .
\ Arlene Randall and Maybell rwUllMr T.. enroll: 'M p mWUiton .. OF YOUNGSTERS or- More It a view .f Old the teepee
ney places, Edith in any and amateur Walter Vanesky A tour- Grubb of Paradise Bay won the kollaloyrt. oiMmbM. M.ed.r night whin the MM>II'.Hiclally ....... or John Co* N*. 4 tomofld. cloak Borg who are absent won the Mike Houston Sou-I

I koMboll.. li lee hi the 10-12 .,. (Udgtr Photo fcf Hasp o1))
of Lakeland the affair consolation crown with Walter The program pl 'II' ''
copped McCall, Ledger Cop Classic' Sunday also did not
with Joseph Miller and BUI Leonard and Ernest Garrison Trim Boston enter.

second.Knecht of Third Lakeland was the finishing Tampa of Winter. Haven finishing second Palmetto Contests Rochelle Runners Race County Nines .

I Also included in the 3-day McCall Electric scored at least SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Senior League

I\ tourney was a dance and mo- one run in each Inning to edge Past Booker 77.69 Coach Alex Hannum and his I
rHA VA Publix and The Lakeland Rules PostedFinal
I MORTGAGI LOANS :tion picture filmsPrutclwa 9.L_ In SubGroupPlay San Francisco Warriors, the
Ledger used six home runs to
FIRST MORTGAGI CORP I Rochelle High School outscored -, L. L. (Nurml) Nelson, Held in rough-and-tough CInderellas of rules and regulations
Of FLORIDA NATIONAL SASNITIALLAIIOCIATSON over power in the Seven-Up Tuesday Booker High of Sarasota, a Negro prep track meet. the hardwood, have high hopesnow lor the Lakeland S enter
Palmetto I
PI..... WU 'HIT ......,..* I It Tae A.W Pr..sPINALS night Boys' 77-69/&, yesterday afternoon at Robert Smith captured first of catching the Boston Celtics League baseball program
Baseball TonightThe
"$mvici WO L is PIcrMo OUR 'V.NIII-1'_ 1 Powell League. with i the Lakeland Senior High School places In the shot and discus: and winning the National were completed earlier this
I Isn US, mates action and Barlow two
Ir.d. bM-of: "rte. 1.11,:_ each led The Ledger's homer I events to power Rochelle to its Basketball Association crown. week. The season wOl open
WIOI RURDI.eeetemtr
attack while Sherwood-and Stratton dK.100TARD!a Swag rOv.ra. J TimeAT.3. victory. Auburndale High School "That was the style of aggressive May H and Is for boys In the
Rochelle Junior High will host Bloodhounds became the first game which has been so 15-17 age group.
WATER CANTEEN COLEMAN connected for each
i StoodBl
one Bi
1 Johnson had a four-bagger for Rl RON-'JI.tll.Butl.r. a. 'nn.loMILS R .lOode... -. 6th Street Junior High of St victim of defeat in area high important to us this year," said All boys who played la the
I Q,, Seven-Up. Wilkerson collected Ri Its to. n Tlm- 4441 Petersburg at 3:30. p.m. tomorrow school subgroup baseball tournaments Hannum. loop last summer most reregister
AMindtro e0ARI5. RKLAY-R; fcattlinon at Lakeland Senior High IDa last night at Dade City The Warriors, who won the for the coming
$12,45I two of the five hits McCall Elec- Tutor. PalO.l4lt B. Tim season
tric had In its triumph oyer -440 f ARD DASH-T Uon. Rl John- track contest as the Pasco High Pirates tooka Western Division crown after en Saturday; at 2 p.m. at
I Publix. 1O n MKDLBY R: Scott RslAY-R 5.-mow-OS(Horcw.S .aut- Results of yesterday's meet: 5.2 decision. finishing fourth a year ago had Dobbins Park. Boys plan-

McCAtL SMOTKIC,. M? y-J g mor.i.Rleumtrodasl. Dwlfht, n>ma Uun B. Tlmo 1 Seven more teams will Join whipped the Celtics 115. II sung to competing! .., the

Also i p WIt"as And' lbfOD.: IIr.r.. au", a.a HURDLE*Tim... Shutouts FeatureIn Auburndale on the sidelines aft Wednesday night In a "moat"game Junior American Legion program .
COLEMAN M.clia cod B04.II. Mooti, a. for them.
a: er tonight may also register lor

,STOVES I.AK6.LANn'LtbOR'3041114. : !.a'5AO B.TARD' Kpjr-RttblBMa'IU. .- Will Boys' BaseballTwo : The schedule today for subgroup For Boston had won the first the Senior League. 1st the

Y i Johoion, and Wollaco. Woalowi Str ItoYARDI.slDAt DABH Ward 11.TIms U3: il4Bpioroa K.: shutouts were the topattractions high school baseball tour two of this best four of 0 seven event they 4. not make the
too WoodtU ud Bwlow.
HOOSIER TENTSAll I I Cyobn MILe R..I'-R Pleambe (BaUI... Tuesday night in the naments involving Polk County playoff for the NBA title.We Legion nine, they may play
SUMVET'S WINNERCHICAGO : 91$ '-' -.- a..II.I ..t'.1II.tJIIrinCU \- Lakeland Boys' Baseball Tangerine teams II as follows: 1 1I played our type of game Senior League baseball.

I (AP-Andy Anderson -a mIOi A."J.tll1b"\I.; and Grapefruit leagues.In I AT FROSTPROOF I Ii and we plan to keep going this AH ether beys desiring te
eatL B. Butler, IUeh LII"' :11.DIa- way from now on," Hannum play must register Saturday.
SURPLUS STORE driven by Bob Williams ..1 '.lJ8-JUk'' c the Tangerine League, Pub- i 7 p.m. Okeechobee vs!
scored two N. asoodmaks 11'.Dl: be whitewashed continued. Player auction wU be Men.
a length victory R. CU.li : Southgate, 12-0 Zephyrhllls. 1
519 N. Florid A... Ukoland' MU 2.1 IDS (Wednesday night in the $4,500 :aNIOn1 JDNP-ROhloeoa: ", a WlUIon while Under blanked Rotary, 1 I p.m. Central Catholic of Game No. 4 comes Friday day at the Florida Tile meet

I pace at Washington Park. I a tea ItH, I m:. rijR.BwML I.Cha R. ftlelt, fill e-0. la the Grapefruit League Clearwater vs. FROSTPROOF. night In the Cow Palace. tag room at 7 p.m.
--------- - - -- ----- --- ---- -- Other Tom Meschery tied the NBA Aa all-star team win com
games saw AT AVON PARK i playoff record of eight field In play later
Kiwanis trip Builder's Cabinet, tourney
9-6, and First State Bank romp I 7 p.m. MULBERRY VS. gals in a quarter hitting 17 this seasoa.

MUE1 HOW over FMC 8-1. In the Grape- SANTA FE. points in the opening stanza u The session Included representatives -
IANTT PROTECTS tour Ctnrilw S-YSM.Corporation SO,000-WU oontldoiiRy/WAb fruit League, First Federal 1:30: p.m.-Avon Park vs Lake he Warriors surged to a 40-21 el the American

Smarts ill of tt. lonwtiflj vita pats of It* 194 CM t nipped Kraft Food 17, and Placid. lead. Eagles program.Sports' .
tor S row or SO.000 muse, wkkhtvor e_. tint, "WM ( M UMBLS AT DADE CITY
I wine JIM<< ant rack port Oat prow dtfictM to. outirMMd Red Holcom belted Peoples, 83.
*I worhnunililp' will bo natal or raptmd it Chrvtlor McDonald and Bowden had 7pm.LAKE WALES vs
Motor Corporation Aiittwlnd Dtilor pt.iss of OOIIMMwlttwut SPEAK UP three hits each in Llnder's victory Sebring.AT Slant
ch.rto for lock .
parts or lobon MSIM Mock, laud PLANT CITY
Nil ailoroil pirtj, InUkt manifold water pump, trtoimliilo UM tnd over Rotary. One or Mc-
kitoml oarU (neoptms asap.i elutct), torque comorlor, duos 1hI'". Xmakl's hits was a home run. 7 -BARTOW vs. Hardeeof
..,-... folirt, nM' nit md dltfonktKI. an. raw shed ..'Inc.. Wauchula.
Cash paced First Federal over Continued from 33 Cols. 3-
EQUIIIEO MAINTEMANCEi The follooMs" Mlntonwc Mnten.* ro.oulnd ( Page 4)
cndor tile Kraft Food with two hits. Garland I m.-KATHLEEN vs Plant
1fT'InIJ-chIftC. tniiM oil ovrf I awls. or 4 000
.IM. nklduntr coal any roplac oil tutor ovtry ticond oil fl.t and Clarke had two hits City. the bait Lakeland yelped colors, seasons and what have you ]
(.OMII Jt a ear uator sir filter vary S mats ond rtploc K
: each In Red Holcom's triumph.In all night In getting the tie.
act 2 ant and ovorf S maths furaltli o ld nts ol rills IIis SsI
.rod aanIce t / .... ._ the In 1960 31-21 tie with Miami Senior.
*I Ckmlor Motor Corporation Aumor OoolorMd tl Publbc-Southgate con they played an exciting
\ rrfiMtt bill I* oorUfy racolpt of UK* tvldow wd p Bakers Win 7.1
Jour test. Yohn shutout Southgatewith Nelson still feels he won It: "I'll always claim Jack I
cos.W.sp Shopto fflwrn for tuck Important protocUo.
1 s f a no-hitter while Lay KATHLEEN Jack Keener Harper had the ball long enough to have caught it," he de-

mM spearheaded the Publix hitting fanned IS batters The.1aynl&ht clared. A pass slipped out of Harper's hands seemingly after

r '. with a TANaiaiNI four-bagger.IIACUI as he hurled the Sunbeam Bat he bad control of the ball long enough to be ruled a catch*]

,JOVTHQAIS .... ....1 000 I IWattWw'Totia ers to a 7.1 decision over Camp He was in the end lone at the time with less than a minuu

\. tCJIILIJt Clarll. se...1'... ;; '01 'Nl1y.rkt bell's Mustangs in the Kathleen left in the game

"' t"1ft1l ., .. 00* 10 Pony'' League. Ronnie Trowell. "A coach gets credit sometimes when he doesn't d
jo': ri" Toa ::J
.f. ,
!t.jJ:Dvwldo) Wlno or.4 a i DNS: the losing pitcher, struck out servo It." Nelson grinned and u be thought about the Inc
R SAME. on e 14 Bakers.
OO O9 dent. Lakeland defeated Hilbborough In 1157 on a play that
::1 r I5'ied'bola.ob.n tobor we 1IT1mIU UIUIU 201 400 i
r -1
; CA Duo was made up by the quarterback Bob Johnson. i
: euSpapaelt........ . iiA.INDtN '3JO-4 10MTART .. Trowsn ineowN "Johnson was real slow," Nelson explained: "He faded*

THE DODGE BOYS MoOoaoll,..Md .;,, .s BroMt.OOO.- dlb-1 SAN MANCIKO MU.WAUKSS back, found his receivers covered and decided to run. It must

pp amd":miUt.t .,. ... 40* 0*-* 0 krkM mn' have taken him 10 minutes to run those IS yards or so to |
IIRPSCA _T J AhM. H till ......... d tillKIMIMI
It looked like we'd called All did is ]
score. a great play. we
..fqSluDm Mut'1 .
'see Oukotr 111 Malhowt Jb 4 11 S
offer 1n li.ltau t. May ; 4111 Aaa rl 4111McCovtv stand there and scream.1; "Go on Bob runt"
the that ... 00* ,
; -
made I 16 4114 Tom C 4 U I
warranty history U.D IuOX. hIus: .::roltfrmo., : 411 ,10-6 DixnrorClukv i iBtxnoir Her Jk 1"011"11 41 He drove Florida prep coaches crazy. His punt and kick.

and: Clotko.n4.COBMT, SuUltMl Mtlud D.vaw't a'' :111: a 1 M.N Collins N A 4111P..s 1 off returns-which Ironically failed to work for him the past

Crondoll I 411 McMIIlM M I IHondloy S few seasons were so deadly they were adopted by most of
I I I I ad'Hci ISIS
I soils o t t ** *OBallay 5055 his opponents In the SO'.. I once saw Paul Davis fake keeping

Dreadnoughts law p tit *Ltnuirw tWoMwortf 11111 tit a handoff and completely decoy the Jacksonville Jackson de-

5-YEAR 50,000 MILE Play TerriersTAMPA kM Cloainoor
his1111. they almost tore him apart. Bobby Brannen scooted (0 yards
cClkio Itt
Lakeland's final Hoot I ttttImlW for Lakeland's lone score that night

road game of the 19M prep base- I ISIS And Nurmi devised a "sucker shift" that was deadly. One
IGar/'esS 1111
tan season will be here tomorrow TM.N 211 ll I Tmm e N ar51N154 year Frank Lasky was playing for Coral Gables. Heft, Just

at Cuacadea Park when the out to tar, Mc Clonlnoor I/IM' M In :dust. sOruu.d.d C-- as big then as he is now. Maybe not quite as strong but

PROTECTION! readnaughts and Hillsborough ..._ for HI..... In far d-W.a.d tot awfully big and strong for high school. The Cavaliers were
*. It Hoi I In tffli rasa tor Inky In
J Terriers clash In a Western Conference .S., ,-.....4 lor SfliHh tot MifranclK giving Lakeland what for but Lakeland finally got a march
contest at 4 p,m. a. 1 *<( "' !>*-
will draw the MlhaaN ... II* II\ Ill-t going. It was third and four and Lakeland needed the first
Ronnie Baker
B>H.rt. ac_ Oovonpart. PMoAlw ". down. They suddenly shifted from their T to a Notre Dame
hurting assignment with either PO-A-San rrmcltco O-IJ. Mllwoul -
Mile Myers or Bobby Gates behind ka ""- P-r' 0h DOVMMTI 04 MPCora box. Lasky wasn't Just offside be took the whole left side of
.. .
Mllo 4 H ni BoUn .d MeCovtvi -
the Lakeland line and back with him. It first for Lakeland
the plate John Rhodes, D..._, PMWI ontf McCovoriNMro a was
WIVis. I ... Nee on* 011_. LOS again
Ib Hal Hunt. 2b Larrell
: ; ton" PronclK ) MII OUKM *
ss; and either Elwood Du- H.J "'..... Mon. NR-MCCas 1 Two plays later they need four more yards They called
Tan i, 'o Mori.. tl>4_.....
Val or Kenny Deal. 3b. will IP H 5555100 the shift Lasky repeated and It was first down One will

make up the Wield If DuVal .HOMIIOV W, M t r. t I I always remember Cavalier Coach NIck Eetys standing along
violin 1 I I t t 1I
baa recovered from a back ailment ...... ._. * * I the sidelines waving an agitated finger under the SM ef
1 he'll play third with, Deal Lomoilor. UU II44I4 * "
I Clonlnoor: IM I 1 I the giant Lanky warned that guy a million times about

? / switching Deal plays to outfield.If third,.other outfielders 40.11Iasi:: : : I I *I IIlnal'lk. f Nelson's sucker shift" Kotys grinned "You bow something.
111 t 1 think he'd have snookered me toe If I'd have beet ploy
f LET \ will be Mickey Penning-1" ..*ci... 7.mon ki Nh'v1PII' "
and Robert IP In tin big.
Ken Titus ono asa
Ion I I W,._han. U-V..... ,....... Jack. One of Florida's great prep coaches has called It quits.
E.D Moon .
C..Y maUl Crownjr T-J:42 *"
f AND ) Lakeland 3-11 overall, will Those of us who covered the games every year will miss him.

i TKy conclude its season Tuesday II CIIIC."T' NNM Nat HOUSTON So will a lot of players. Even the antl-Nurmis wilt be hard

\TCVTO MATCH 7HATJ/4! night at Lakeland's Henley Field PM M pkrkW 4* * ....*.*.. Ct nrkkl 1111 pressed They could always blame everything on Nelson
against. Winter Haven. 1 .utl 3. 4t I.w { *
Pinion d 41 unn..'io Ik i 11MIMO
I rl 111 I_ N ISIS Short Sport Notes
Junior Golfers Jotuuon ID 41 5 A_'.." :]b I ** S
IS..wN 4 < *LIHM Ik ISIS
ao ior4o 4 * rl S I 1ContanM Pete Craig, Detroit Tiger first-year hurler, was grabbedby
Meet Saturday M t S I I K;k. n 111 the Washington Senators in the 18,000 first-yesr draft when
Joy p 11* son c 411OKMUPH
There will be a meeting I ** Brae P t 11Oickton Detroit put him on waivers two weeks ago. The Senators

Every one of the exciting 1964 Dependable? from Dodge Is backed Saturday at 2 p.m. at William I Total II M*(I'* Brawn 1....*p It 1101 I 2 I made the selection last week. . Arnold Palmer reportedly
by this
amazing ... Hutcheson golf ceune .. -Srawda out fcr Jov In >m, will quit the golf tour next January and February unless the
warranty! Dodge 440-the luxury car In the low-price field. Dodge Dart-the all Junior golfers Interested at elM'1I w tot ...... Los
first . *iMirtMHiokw << Angeles Open shoves back Its tournament date a week
family size compact. Dodge 880 the big for the Joining the Hutchesen Junior I a-.._.. O-A CineMM ..' I right after New Year's. "The weather is bad" be told NEA
car big car man. See them all! ,... Hovthm f J 12. DP *o>. K...
at your Dodge Golf Association. on* P.HMMIW ._ JoMion, COTOWHn writer Murray OUerman." and the dates interfere with theholidays
Boy's howl! He's got the styles you want at the price you want, and Golfer In the IMS age MmHn. 1.01 CliKlnnott. I, Hau. when
I'd like
I"Ion ,. to be home with family" .
he's making deals that have to be seen to be believed! Talk to your Dodge Boys today! Irving group and In the all boys Lakeland and girls area I -1*._- .'*,...*. IS .. Koik4 "_11.S Jerry Kinsley, who had never thrown a my ball in organized

Mrs. IP M S II I*tO baseball made his debut Saturday against the Pittsburgh
are eligible te Jell Polly
Joy t. t t I I I
Ropasky said yeotorday. She Dlck e'4 I .111\ Pirates, the team that signed him to his first pact The Bucs
,Irwo *. 1-* 1 t t I 1 > Inked him last tried to him minor
added efflcers will be elected * 1 year bury on a league
al Saturday's meeting for the .I Iii lead | PM* In tPi. roster but not play him. However, the New York Mets grabbed

coming season. U..IIcII.,. OoMtoil.. Lonon. tittnor him in the rookie draft . .
T.3:17.: -- .741. Ebony magazine Negro
64 ;. _ ._
DODGE baseball players are forbidden by their malor leaeue contractsto

participate in civil rights c demonstrations.. The magazine

notes that Negroes prominent in arts and theatre have par.

.. . ticlpated but no major league ballplayers have Joined the

f i crusade. Stetson University continues to grab promising
basketball players. The Hatters now have signed Bobby Jenk

-0. ins a M forward from LaGrange Ky. He scored WO points

1 last season and was named to the Kentucky all-star squad

f ilfr' for the annual game with Indiana prep phenoms. . Tber

w., Is sn investigation in progress to determine whether or not

the Armed Services rejected Cassius day because "thev)

I didn't know what to do with him If they got him." so classified

him accordingly The Army claims Clay Just flunked the

mental part of the exam. . The Amazla Mets have mad

the greatest start in their history. In tt they lost their first

nine games and last year they lost their first eight But after

losing their first four they up and blanked the Pee-rats, M

I before 30.1SS gleeful Shea, Stadium fans. To make matters

Dwl-t US- ; worse the Mets aren't in the cellar and the New York Yankeeswere
BUNKER HILL, INC. I NICI' CATCH Catsisper *f P.IaNI., Piece I I Tuesday . Leigh Tbomason won the 100-yard dash

held' .p the 4-t Mi>.. 4-4Minc4) beck Uu k* (....nt ..hi''. fnhlnf in the Polk County Junior high meet in the time of 1045

Box 1105 302 Wilt Lemon Street Lakeland, Fla. I | *....,h.te kit tooth *( Ma'''''''. H. fitkof. **t .f The lei which set x new county 100-yard Junior high mark, Thomason

--4 .r W.ll ... .M4l a bock' el l with a r4l fit for kit. will be Dreadnaught bound in '/!.

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!FSC Netters D 11wtill BOATING IS FUNl'! .




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Presbyterian College handed

the visiting Florida Southern : f7h

College netters of Lakeland a

5-4 defeat Tuesday afternoon In
the final match of the seison
1 ? e I If Ir
for the Mocs 1 Yr

Larry Hale the Lakeland

senior ended his FSC career

the same way he started-* 1
winning Hale routed Anne fc

Kimball (-2, 8-2. for one of
the two singles victories the
RALLY SCORED lurl WII... k Ui rth.. cinches ice m...W white fitkinf $ctUk losing Mocs collected. Hale .

err .! Tb. Lit W." .. tw. JiH.rn ccctitiii. At left h. holds up pie .f black' hiss, lost only one match to Goor LUNKEK CATCH Lewis Summartll *i 414

I one waikmf f """.,. At right k. 4ii,l.r< shirt .( tNcllcraclitri. H. caught Hi* ik.llcrckriwirmi I gla Tech during the entire holds '*, the 10 poonat, 4-4)unc* bUck ..... Is eaiujSt s..1

.. ."4l the llleek hiss .. bias w._.. season. l' lua. Uh Hamcock. H. u.ad 5 -Darll'i kon.M for Isle! !

Joe Cochonour: defeated Randy sot .f The "it Will !
FISHING. HUNTING wip"y2 wii Beckham. (-J, 44, 8-1, for the -- --

& CHIP other FSC singles triumph. HerxbergBrewerLWin ETTEN SECOND I

Hunting Fishing Results of Tuesday's match Shuffle Meet CHICAGO (AP)-Joe Etten of 1

"SHOTS rt BtNOLW Anna Klmball-L.rrr FPC flala, ..!'F.'d Out' McHenry, UI, moved Into second r
Warm. FTC tfrfaatrd stove Dartsf14atid5 and. B 111
... Harry Henberg
: ITC S'n.J'wiuentlC.; : -4 11L.rr Brewer teamed to win the
Rules David DuVal Southard' PPC Ralph amen Classic Bowling Tournament
Meeting carded a hole- 'I'.1'ITn.: .
Bakrr >VC 411-5 FPCdalaata4
Your Partner shuffle
Choose -
in-one on the SO.yard No 1 Kick Crankiltaw FBC. 4a Wednesday night with a worth of merchandise include
a. J... Co the Civic Center
hole, Bill Perry aced the\ 85- ...kh..... P'PC.a.. .... t-|. tourney at 1657 series. ,
By FRED W. JONES yard No. J hole and Charles DOUBLES:/ -Hala-Blakt FFC FBC s.4 tafaatKlmftallWarnrr sea- courts with a 52-44 win over ing extra blades or chain with new ssw purchase

Wagner aced K"a.n-aouUtar.. FPC. Fishing Hunting Editor the 7J yard.No Bernice and Norman Ringel
rln. FiC 1-S 0-I: C..hon..Rar.We. FREEl.! Refreshments for all!
Florida' hunting and fishing rules for 1964-65 will be let 10 hole at Par-3 Golf Center !. :ri.... ala'U4 Allan.Bacttiaai, man. ..
at the annual regulations meeting of the Game and Fresh . Four Lakeland area golfers The winners also eliminated and
Water Fish Commission to be held tomorrow at f t.m. In will be competing in he I ,Freda and Bob Fortney 5622, FREE.Blade! or chain sharpening tune-up

Senate Room 31 In Tallahassee. Henry Camp Invitational cur- SPORTS CAR in the battle for the candy refueling for your saw..any make!

Over three thousand fishermen and hunters will be "heard"as rently in progress at Ocala GYMKHANASUNDAY prize.
golf course: Don Akers, Dr. A field of 14 courts was In
their collected opinions and thoughts obtained through a COME IN AND SEE THE COMPLETE HEW LINE
Layton Bergqulst. Dr. James play
series of meetings and by mail questionnaires, are presentedto Shelden and George Welrlch. HARD OF WRIGHT SAWS...wilntSI eultinj dtmonttntioni
the commission at this meeting.. Final Polk County Women's A sports car gymkhana will

So, if you attended one of the public meetings held Golf Association tourney of be held Sunday beginning at 1 1, Jets Yogurt Win TRY THE WRIGHT SPEED CHAMPIONS YOURSELF!IDAY'S
throughout the state for the of p.m. at Drane Field. It will
purpose allowing sportsmento the season will be next Thursday
express their opinions you will. In effect be at that meeting at Bartow golf course be sponsored by the Imperial In Kathleen Loop

tomorrow. . Ridge Pro-Am Associa.tion' Polk County Sports Car Club :
Registration will at 1 p.m. KATHLEEN The Richfield
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Director A. D. tourney today was to with the first event open at 1:30: p.m. Jets and Master Yogurt LAWN MOWER
Aldrich said the regulations established at this meeting will have been 'at Bartow Golf ,
Owners of sports or compact] ed triumphant Tuesday c""un 'coonNAS.n0N
be designed to allow the sportsmen of Florida I maximum Club . Glen Arven golf can are eligible to compete the Kathleen Area Boys'enlerg"1 I .
Sr.'s Pars n,5 I
harvest of wildlife, without creating damage to the game or club will hold a "May DIIY"golf Entry fee for non-members Is Majors action 0111.5 .12..... SERVICE SALES Cr PARTS
fish population required to replenish the forests and waters. tourney May S. Entry fee $2. Trophies will be awardedall Master Yogurt slammed Food.", 5.5. 5u N51

Primarily all regulations are based on biological,findings is $5 and entries close May class winners town, 13, at the Winston dia

of the commission's game and fish management divisions. 3 Amateur. . The 47th annual State be The event is stated to be heldon mond while the Richfield Jets]I STAn FARM raJ::: :: 618 N. Mass. Are Ph. MU 2-1804
. golf tourney will abandoned air strip just wen trimmed Lakeland Federal, 8-4, /rhd>> WniW 11NIIla t1Al11) I
"" rr lJ Mav 7.10 at Port Sr LucieGolf .sM Ilia 1IatM&1.. fhlw.
Kathleen field :
Field. at
of Drane
TAMPA BAY TIDW, trUtt, AwH 14. 1M4. Hl.h a m., : It -- -- -- - -
Club Ft Pierce will
11: if ,.m' tow (MM. ( Mam.. 714 (.mi MM r,.,., S.i-a..a.Ia.: : .N, :
..IK4 iiMMl riaaa. till ..m.| ..1. 4 II .,51. be a handicap affair with
H. H" "
handicaps up to 15 allowed. A
However, serious consideration is given to the requests of 72-hole tourney entry fee Is

sportsmen when such requests do not conflict with sound $20 and entries close May 1.

wildlife management The DeSoto National Ama-

At the annual regulations meeting the commission establishes teur Handicap tourney Is

seasons, bag limits, and methods of taking native May 14-U at three Bradentonarea

game animals, game birds and fresh water fish courses: Bradenton

Regulations for migratory birds are provided by the U.S. Country Club DeSoto Golf
Fish and Wildlife Service and the commission may select a ''I'' Club and Longboat Key Golf 1 .
Club. Entry fee Is $25 with *
season within a general framework provided by this federal
handicaps up to IS being used
agency. for the 54.hole tourney Contact

Meetings Open To Public your golf club for details.
Entries close May 4.

These annual regulations meetings, like the series of public Jack Blair fired a 3under. ,5

opinion meetings, are open to the public and all interested par 51 to take medal honorsin
the Phosphate\ Golf League
sportsmen are invited to attend.
With the regulations meeting being held In April this year, Golf play Center Tuesday Point night winner at Par with 3 I

rather than in July as has been the custom In past years, it plus 10 was BUI Perry. Blair

will finally be possible for the fisherman to know what the and Paul GUIenwater teamedfor

new rules are before they go Into effect. plus 11 and 2 man honors.

'* High 4.man team was the In- i 11U
One of the rule 'changes we hope commission will dependent quartet of Gillen-

make at tomorrow's meeting will be the establishment of a water Blair George Tucker

spring gobbler hunting season In Central and South Florida. and Paul Woodall with plus 17, :

For some years North Florida has enjoyed these special Tucker was closest to the pin. ,

spring gobbler hunts but we In Central and/ South Florida Team victories were chalkedup
have not been allowed the privilege by Mason Equipment, S : 4P

At the public opinion meetings held In this area and to Davison Chemical No.2,
Chemical No. 1, Can
the south this spring the sportsmen voted in a big majorityfor Davison Paint Wellman.Lord and ,

such special hunts. We, therefore not only hope but expect Barney's non Pumps. A field, of
the commission to adopt the change.
56 competed.
We note the special gobbler hunts in the northern parts .

of the state which have just closed, have been quite successful QtlNLAN CLAIMED
this The commission estimates between six and
eight hundred gobblers were bagged Lions announced Friday they

These spring gobbler hunts are most Interesting becausethe have claimed defensive end Bill

hunter must be skillful-gobblers only are legal and hunters Quintan on waivers from the Protection, dependable service of 4-ply nylonnow

practically: always depend on their skill with the call to Philadelphia Eagles. Qiitnlan, at Wards low sole price I Rugged nylon
lure a bird within range. former Michigan Stall
31, and a
cord fights impact and moisture damage. Tough
star, Is an eight year
::1fiOWLING Football League veteran. tread rubber for long wear, mOre trouble-free
r ii: NAT'L CYAne NONa0rWrestling driving service. Deep fread-added traction.

"TV HOP51YU"WM Nell IMIvMliMl (am* ..... HunanN .
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I.. Ks .k.. ., .. .. ? 4/ ..st. LIMI New urto.. 2104 ,...,41 'rIc, 204
.. .. .Nhad tire TorI- 540.ad Tire
.3' 714Nish LOST T.L.Iw ly.
n. T.t.\en.... arias. Pis Tit.. 1117Rtsh I .. altoy e.Yn .... .. .. JIJ. LAKELAND ARMORY 1edowoII....... Cotty hbehaslo Inds Odyieaii
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L.HIM It :nwft SAT. NIT 'S P.M. :: l1.9S' 'S' 6.10.11 10.'" $5'iooii
Individual ama. J.an Proctor"SnllU team aam*. Lima t.rlli.... JIMh .
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1 : Bra Darla. 1-101 Ann Aihl. "..ft Individual varna TharaM Sara.La. lUS' lUS'
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1-' ITS aMiJaaa individual _.... Tliaian away

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HUH loam ..'1... Tha "3" lioaaaa"mih H aH Ina-lvMual. ama. Mark Banta 4

I : imitlduaJ lama. Mavllla Hall ** 111.N.aOH.IM ..dual _.... Mark M*..
.. ..., 5i.Lakeland. S q TRUCKERS !
."Ink. todlfldual _.... DavUla BaU .d -
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NnW. B.U. IraaAVIION ns SAM1 / Hosts .. L. "- --- ,
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t Chmlral M.lntroaaca .... 3* I.to Group IV Track NYLON TIRE ,;
tI Rork < ::.. .:: i! GRAHAMSigned
: : : rtW i.. Meet 1 5
May e'
, HN.1.Nnr' feEl ....,," Riverside ,
"Still .SK. Troal4 l.._. aril DaIII. -
. ,....... '443 Lakeland will host the GroupIV .
Ton Balwlrrrl 7N M-tg 2 to R.' *".!1". 110. track and field meet Friday, To Wrestle I 4.SQUARI GUARANTEE '-ply aehle ,
; SOKTHW11rALMO WON LOST May 1, at Lakeland Senior HighSchool' PILI 55rv15'Bob ]. At.lad nod. la.ods far ...
\ | gjmaart 43M1 sees Nelson field. _. u.-..5 pm' f Economy truth tire
*a.: W r n.M.uatara c... :.::. :.:..:. .4eb1. Ie ILLS Competing schools in the Class ORTOH ....i. ..... --. I r I Ideal for local del,.. ,

.. .aavar a>_ ..'_. .. '...... ,.31Nv5 \ I .._ AA elimination track and field 2. AfaMlafa ery, farm i.,.Ice.
I.... Mm N.51 151.w5.. NI' ? .._...!. meet Include HilUborough. Jef JAPS .*., fa. Ma .1 I'..... A4tM 7 cord .
t tt pnjrata:m.Iraa4_ Tough nylon bodyPlu
ti tI I ferson. Plant Robinson Cham D. BUM* lxdse! to*.
I Hanover HaltedBy berlain. King, Winter Haven and : KEOMUKA .4/ ,. tens d.'ns..1.0b.drs
/7 ..
Brandon. Top three finishers in SNo 4. Salitfactw fMfaiilaaa'
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.0 ride; u.-s bawl w
GolfersGrover will berth in
earn a
FSC all events 7
I II the Slate Class AA track and [ MATSUDA i I I'Y.. 5151 N-A +....k1. '. n.
Ii I Matheney and Don field meet at Gainesville on MayField CLASH IN REMATCH

fired even par t. AGAINST t i' **L' 1
Richards each
! Tuesday to pace the Florida events and track eliminations Don CURTIS I Regular 59C 3-PC. IGNITION KIT Wooden Bar-typo
Southern College golfers to a will begin at I p.m. AM. iftJ

H'/4-J4 victory over Hanover with track finals at 7:30: p.m. Cowboy {t' 69Heavyduty
College of Hanover, Ind, at the I The Dreadnaught track team, SPARK PLUGS 4 a TOP CARRIERS
Cleveland Heights Golf and riddled by Injuries and transfers
will In the West. TERMS Of REMATCH
1 Country dub courte. ern Conference meet at Chamberlain SARI KNUCKUS IFnri L ventilated 44
1 I Other scores for the winning Coach Bob -..- 6
. Moc llnluters were John tames.II. Oenbrmk has lost Rod Under JAI. KARATE /LOWS I 39'Limit type-gives 3 times the

C 1. Dave Grimes 84. and. Dick Gary Little, Jim Williams and BOTH WILL It PERMITTIO service of ordinary kits.

. Schlamel. 17 the seasons Sandy Fortin because of Injuries i GIRLS : Includes rotor, pointsand
The match was Hal Waters' while hurdler and run,, condenser. Regular 7.98
finale for Coach eight
, them a ner Larry Peacock moved to .i J.Ors s '
. 5-4 FSC record.golfers and gave Winter Haven : Miss K" .... Sie
-31Linde -
Cr Results of yesterday's matches C..II I'
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late. .
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II I 5141.3-0.Rkh.r$.. rBC 1... boxer Gasper Ortega of 1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD. LAKELAND OPEN DAILY 9-9
,..... H.... k.t.o. H5N1aSr e ,. ..,..J-O....:Mexicall. Mexico, scored a
5e7l5 T55nt.n H.nO. .
11 Dew r.r.4 rcLo; :.1' Jnss, 1451.. .I fourth round technical knockout; Wrestling
., of .
fqJ5- _'" ". P0' &ph' 'h 'rAur p"" I over Joe Louis JUrgrove 1. T
1 tn-Lo.n. P1IC.H. 4.111144 Uut Yli.aHI Houston Wednesday night.
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I'SI LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April 2J, IW4 1


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Jim Powersto Given J O.K.

the opening of the Credit For Work 4 nRAI ,

Golden SteerPlant I I By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. I IDMG'SSCUG4

City's Finest Bar and Cocktail LoungeOn
I Is married for 22
Highway 39 South CASE 5-441: Paul Miller was happily
I the astute head of the big years but lost my wife by -- -
Gannett group of newspaper cancer. 1I 1--, ;
Friday, April 24th I Recently he made a speech "That was two years ago.I I LEAVE R HERE, DON'T fORSET I THEVU TAKE
in which he laid modern newspapers am now 45 and would like I pMNG6fA4 THAT 6tAR. IT'S I GOOD CAR
exertan to meet a congenial: woman RENTED. OF IT.

Wotch For The Blinking lye I even greater with a view to a second mar.,
constructive rlage. R /

influence than "BUT I am a busy surgeon -=

ever before. and you know It is not wise
To which 1 to try to mix romance and 0
Safer Way firmly IIYflAmenl" professional practice. v d

There IS a "Besides, I am quite weal- r 4
For news thy so I wouldn't know if 0'v
Cigarettes! papers protect' local women were more Interested '

to Smoke us from by dictatorship fer--' me. In my money or in -, e ,

rating out po- DR' CRANElpotlightlng "But your Scientific Mar.
litical evils and
riage Foundation doesn't mention
II You Are Concerned Aboullhe U.S. Surf.on-C.n.rar'. them. a person's wealth. So B.O. by joJuus71aart

: fteporl Smoking, YOU SHOULD USE... Some people may have could you introduce me to a

i frowned on the British press widow or single girl betweenthe I COULD PRDBABIY EAr ANTS

; WATER.ACTIVATEDDISPOSABLE for exposing the Profumo sex ages of 38, and 42?" WITHOUT REV6AI.IN& MY AND THATk NOT CASY....l 1 WHeN \ttiR TfcETH ARBUJCATEO '

tj orgies, but the military safrty The publicizedmy ReptJuave 1bI4o4JElpst, ocxxo 01 THg\ END:
@J FILTH TIPS. of England might have been early stories about the DASH Ritf-Hr UP THERE MID
undermined without that timely BiTES THEM. ..... Of ouR NOSB. f
SMP and then DeWitt Wallace

REMOVES UP 70 91% TARS, expose'. also gave us two splendid articlesIn oo 1'00. -
Misuse of our taxes READER'S DIGEST which 0
brought to our attention by 10,000 inquiries .
AND UP TO ', 90% NICOTINE the newspapers. pulled
We operate on an
FROM' AMERICA'S FAVORITE In fact, Robert Raikes, basis with I 2,500 Catholic 1 ;f ,
earlier newspaper publisher, Priests Jewish Rabbis and I '.

CIGARETTES (fitter or plain) also movement started in the 1780.Sunday School protestant as local Counselors.Ministers serving :._-__ .

AND IN 1956, it was due to Dr. Peale, Bishop Gerald -04 d.a .f.tUI'

PACKAGE OF 10- 4 9 newspaper backing that wefinally Kennedy and other foremost
0 GOOD FOR 200 CIGARETTES.. ; T'Ild Incorporated thee
and educational lead
."' ,. 1 e e m osynary (charitable) religious era serve on our Board. THE TROUBLE Wl' YOU IS YK / WHO M IT THAT ALWA.YV '! TUJCHj( ;

Scientific Marriage Founda THE IBM machine la em- PON'f TRUST ME AN' WHAT'S BLIAIEY: LOOK LOOKS FOR THE BOOK

than the ployed, with 10 dial settings MARRIAGE WITHOUT TRUST/ WHO'S TALKIN1 i M E Wiz 'n4E
It belatedly has brought to match people on 1 '
IBM and modern scientific so we try a ABOUT TaUST/SHORTEST LEGS?
the basis of congenial age,
counseling techniques into the education, race, religion, .
field of marriage on an inter- height, hobbles, habits (such\ 'rt
faith, nationwide basis. WHAT DYER
aa smokers vs. non-smokers) 2
Thousands of topnotch business MEAN-LOOK p
and one dial Is also set at a
and professional men, as 200-mile radius. -3 WHO'S' T-MJCINT-
well as beautiful and talented 9 t
airline stewardesses, teachers, For most men are too inertto

nurses private secretaries do much letter writing, so

Enjoy the MPM DifferenceMorrison's and much widows like this, have doctor written: me within they usually 200 miles demand a girl e.....""........__
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I to Catholic Jew to Jew --

and Protestant to Protestant, )
Atlantic Coast Line's
but we obviously cannot

; Vi PROMISE a partner for everybody Tthy

,, KlNGSWOOD since women there are in more America unmarried Economic Future Bright II

than men. TheStars
I JACKSONVILLE (AP) A increase in
But this SMF Introduces
bright economic future and a continued
I thousands of couples: per year.
court approval of a merger trial growth
Thus far we have,only one-
I within a year are the outlookfor serve," trlfflcOlum'l
& tenth of one per cent divorce
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad holders at !
\ rat In Contrast to a 25 per
e as seen by its president, W. Tuesday.He '
't REPRESENTATIVE cent rate for American marriages
Thomas Rice. said
'I. in ) i
\ 'k generallAmerican Impel "The outlook Is good for an enl court
newspaper I ger for this month but
J are responsible for the SMF un01' other railroad and theirs

: just as British publisher'Rob- By Carroll Righter Newspaper Says labor executives .,sod!
launched the
ert Raikes
,f SUftlTY( I asked U.S. District Court I t'it.
day School.Schoolln. Engle To QuitCalifornia '

BONDEDTERMITt The railroad attorney belt!

i the court decision will come '
Z. Norway Race this in 1961,
or early
year .
I CONTROL Thursday AprU 2J, 1M4 can be means of making real said.

'd. Bans Heels contacts you need. - -
"menu" really wakes up CHILD'S PLATE "mi INSPECTION. A day to organize and to put LIBRA (September 23 to Friends of U.S. Sen. Clair Engle esovc PAIR IaMOPPINQ

'ho-hum" appetites. ,Its an irresistible (18-54(4 I TRONDHEIM Norway (AP) In their right places every October 22). Small matters say he will withdraw his candidacy 7C1NTM '

display of good things to eat. Colorful Thun. Nights' Norway' third largest City single detail that has any require careful attention, so for re-election "within a
CMm 12 md under BURKE' TOX-EOL I banned spike heel today from bearing on your life or workat be sure to forego pleasure and matter of hours or days," the

salads. Hearty meats. Tantalizing sea 1etOtEI I SYSTEM ''IU its schools all and especially In the get rid ofthem. Later, do not 1 Long Beach Independent reported -

i fjoodi. Tempting vegetables. Bright lOSVi I. M.lii Sr. I The order applied to students department of your life In fall back on an appeal for in a copyright: story today.

desserts. If the sight of it doesn't make SPECIAL teachers and other women who which it is stated below that help from a friend. Be kind. I The Independent's source,

I STEAK NIGHTS 1- use the schools la or out they have some special signi SCORPIO (October 23 to November :who declined use of his name,
G you hungry, the captivating food Sat Sun Friday Only. of school hours. ficance. Be sure you get every. 21). Taking particular said Engle will withdraw because

:, fragrances will. Appetite appeal is just Y. lb. S"i"rs Nights RI IIPll.t The schoolboard laid the floor thing in apple-pie order about pains with all problematical : new medical report on

one of the hippy differences at Ih lb.Miu..AN Ch.o..dMorrison FISHDINNER repair bill was getting out of you and NOWI I affairs is the only way to reach his progress since he underwent

's. 1.11.IN ..NI hand. ARIES (March 21 to April your goals faster and rightly. brain surgery last August allegedly 't a rsieruii
19) If you plan In detail all Allies assist. Put out welcome cannot match the demands

..,mn r..r.r..A ml- An entirely new species of the tasks before you, you can mat for new ally.SAGITTARIUS I of his campaign backersin NOW SHOWING

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DEAR ABBY: I am 12 years old. My bangs touch the end any longer. lie knew all this a month before we were married, -KXIRESUPPOSEDTO 1 DO.trDRAGTAIL' TWO COLLEGE KIDSt PLAYED )l lBV \\MfANWHILF:RACKfrrVEOHCHIDIwm

of my eyebrows and that's the way I like them. The kids tt but he kept It quiet until afterwards I think my marriage was GO ACROSS THE STREET )AOVL Nfll.0 WAITER BRENNAN AND/I GO AWAYn I CAN[THEFNK OPAWVTHEEKJG
school like them that way, too but my Mom and Dad want a mistake. We were married In the church. What can I do ANDGETMARRIEQISEEMC7vf I'm ABV PLAYED tW, SOPHIE BUT THAT ,
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DEAR MISERABLE: Run-do not walk- to your minister >

DEAR LORRAINE: Even more Important than how you and tell him your story. It could have a happy ending. Good = ,

wear your hair Is obeying the wishes of your parents. BUT luck. kJ JO

I wlsb more parents would less -
worry about bow their chil *
dren wore their hair (as long as It was clean and neat) and = 1 I u ;
worried more about what was UNDER the scalp. DEAR ABBY: I have a husband who hates to write let # -

ters. Even to his parents. He says he can never think of any

DEAR ABBY: Tho day after I was married my husband thing to say. His parents are the type who feel hurt if they I I

told me that he had paid $500 to have a thorough Investigation don't hear from Sonny at least once a week. Well, they get 4a1 .o. 5..O e. 0.. roncey.

made of my background because he knew I was 't telling him that letter from "Sonny"-but guess who writes it? I dot But --.-.- ___ _r _-- ._-- -

"everything" I had done in my life before we met He was they don't know that because 1 use a typewriter and Sonny TI-II r I WANT IT READY IN NO ASTRONOMERS OR

right. I didn't lie. When he asked me, I told him I had made signs it. Don't use my name or I'll be in trouble. JAONETIC SPACE COUPE I SAID- 46 HOURS. UNDKRCTANDFJ SCIENTISTS HAVE EVER

tome mistakes, but they didn't concern him. (I had no illegitimate SONNY'S WIFE NUMBER TWO STANDS 48 HOURS? OF VIEWED PARADISE OUR VALLEY ON THE

children or previous marriages to hide.) We have been =: NEAR OOMPLCTlONgN "FAR" SIDE.

married five months, and a day has not gone by that he CONFIDENTIAL TO MICHAEL No father really objects DIET \\ COMPUTE TO

doesn't throw something of my past in my face. His greatest to having his son follow In his footsteps only the son would Isx SMIr' 'THE SNIP G 1 ( ILL N
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JP I Williamson. There will be no admission HO// OUT TrATAKP / Al. WoTA.5505040510 MAf !

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t.iursday The Quechua Bible, April is, language being M. 1184 translatedinto of mil r j, Feast Of Instant Masked Potato Ideas Offered. I Tine'FotA

lions of people from Peru, If you've never mixed blue home demonstration agent's reward -age) Mashed Potato Flakes, )S I Individual Sweepsleaksi BakeIn Prepare I serving recipe Potato 'tore of slightly beaten egg,1

Bolivia and Ecuador. cheese dip Into mashed potatoes for Indian Summer Casserole teaspoon salt and 4 teaspoon' 12 to It large muffin cups Flakes, reducing water to water and salt; then in Potato
crowned Individual with Potato Puff Topping, pepper In ,mixing bowl. Gradually for 23 minutes before topping I cups Stir in sour cream. Flakes. Saute' in butter until
of corned beef with servings -and an Oregon broadcaster's add 2 cups scalded milk and with meringue. I Spread about J/J potato mixture golden brown, about 10 minuteson LiftNow
topping, or rolled steak arounda Irish Sweepsteak will take her 3 tablespoons butter. Whip until POTATO STEAK ROLLS in bottom and sides of shallow each side

potato filling, you have all where-else-but Ireland. fluffy Stir In 1 egg yolk, J 3 slices round steak, cut14Inch I Hi-quart baking dish. Top with I Hint: To prevent tearing meat
sorts of wonderfyl taste surprises The rest of us can console tablespoon chopped onion, and thickteaspooft ham mixture. Spread remaining -,with mallet when pounding that April's here, why
in store. ourselves with this feast of potato -2 tablespoons chopped parsley Vi meat tenderlier potatoes around edge of cover with several thicknessesof not give your menus a changeof

These Ideas and lots of others ideas: Fold In I egg white, stiffly beaten. aalt and pepper to season casserole. Sprinkle with pap: heavy wax paper. pace? Different flavors,
came to light In a recent contest INDIAN SUMMER Spoon Potato Puff Topping I 1 tablespoon butter Flits Bake at HO for II to 20 I CORNED BEEF POTATO more color, greater variety wilt
CASSEROLE WITH round edge of casserole Com- 2 minutes. TOWERS. put welcome zest into family
which invited home economists tablespoons chopped onion I '
food editors and broad- POTATO PUFF TOPPING bine Potato Flakes and melted I 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Hint: Use a fork for making 1 can (12 oz.) corned beef, men s. Yes it's time for a lift.
icasters to submit 'their favorite 2 tablespoons cooking oil butter Sprinkle over potatoes. Vi teaspoon salt ,swirl marks in the potato bor- crumbled So try this salad of bright.
,''potatoes Ideas. The selfter '/i cup chopped onion. Bake at 373 degrees for 30 to j/i teaspoon pepper I der' for an attractive serving H pound ground beef ness and enticing flavor con

for all the dishes was r.. ,I d 1 cup chopped green pepper IS minutes. U cup water idea. 1 cup herb stuffing mix, tra.ts.I .
Potato Flakes so speedy and, 2 cloves garlic, minced IRISH SWEEPSTEAK V4 cup milk i QUICK BLUE CHEESE crushed 'PINEAPPLE SALADVINAIGRETTE
[simple to whip up that they 1 pound ground beef WITH MERINGUE 2 cups Mashed Potato Flakes POTATOES y cup chopped onion
o 'make time for such delectable 2 tablespoons flour I 134 Ibs. ground beef 2 eggs 4 serving recipe Mashed Potato 1 can (8 oz.) tomato sauce (About II servings)
touches as those the food pros 1 teaspoon salt l'/i cups Mashed Potato Flakes Vi cup butter Flakes 1 egg 1 (9 ounce) package frozen
FAMILY FAVORITEeven dreamed up for their entries. /j teaspon pepper ',. cup milk 1 can cream of celery soup 1 tablespoon melted buttercup % teaspoon salt Italian green beans
when The sampling below Indicatesthe 1 can (8 oz.) pitted ripe 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 2/3 cup milk or cream 34 blue cheese flavored % teaspoon pepper 1(1 pound, Jhia was delicious dilemma contest olives, drained and chopped 1 teaspoon salt Cut meat Into 8 serving-size cheese dip Potato Topping: pineapple chunks
"the life of the party"! judges faced-and includes the I can (1 lb.) whole kernel U, teaspoon poultry seasoning pieces.. Pound with meat mallet Combine % cup Potato Flakes 4 serving recipe Mashed Potato 1 (12 ounce) Jar sweet mixed
two grand prize winners A tripto corn, drained V4 teaspoon pepper and sprinkle with tenderizer, with melted butter; set aside. Flakes pickles
Hawaii was an Arkansas 2 cups shredded sharp 2 teaspoons Worcestershire salt and pepper. j Prepare remaining potatoes in 1 tablespoon melted butter Y S cup wine vinegar

Cheddar cheese __ sauce Cook onion and parsley In 4 serving recipe reducing waterto 1 eggcup % cup salad oil
>A cup Mashed Potato Flakes 2 beef bouillon cubes, butter, Add water, salt, and 1'/ cups. Stir in cheese dip. J/i shredded American \\ teaspoon dried dill
1 tablespoon melted butter crumbled pepper; bring to boil. Add milk; Bake at 350 for IS to 20 min- cheese / teaspoon liquid red pepper
Cook onion, pepper and gar. 1 tablespoon melted butter stir in I cup Potato Flakes utes until flakes are golden I Combine corned beef, ground' seasoning
KlNGSWOCfr lie in oil In large skillet until Sour Cream Meringue: When potatoes are soft and brown. beef, stuffing mix, onion, tomato 14 teaspoon garlic salt
tender, about 5 minutes. Add 2 egg whites moist, whip with fork; stir in Hint: For an oven meal, serve sauce, egg, salt and pep- 1 small green pepper, cut In
ground beef and brown. Stir In rteaspoon cream of tartar 1 I egg. Place a spoonful of with your favorite meatloaf, per. Turn into twelve large strips
iaUr pepper, flour, olives and i 1A teaspoon salt potatoes on edge of each steak then add a green salad to complete greased muffin cups or custard 1 cup thinly sliced celery
STIll AMERICA'S corn. TUrn half the mixture intoa Y4 teaspon hot pepper sauce i and roll up Dip In slightly the menu.AMERICAN cups. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes 1 large tomato, cut in small

TOP-SELLING BRAND! 2-quart shallow casserole; V4 cup dairy sour cream beaten egg; then in remaining CORDON BLEU Remove from oven. wedges
sprinkle with half the cheese. Combine ground beef 1 cup' 1 cup Potato Flakes Melt >/ S veal cutlets Combine Vt cup Potato Flakes Cook green beans as package
For colorful new kraut recipe Spread with remaining meat Mashed Potato Flakes milk, cup butter In shallow baking 4 slices boiled ham with melted butter; set aside. directs just until crisptender.Drain .
booklet,writ SILVER FLOSS mixture and remaining cheese. egg yolks, salt, poultry seasoning pan. Place steaks in pan. Bake 4 slices American cheese Prepare remaining Potato and cool. Drain pineappleand
dept N, Phelps New York Potato Puff Topping: Combine pepper, bouillon cubes and at 330 for 50 minutes. Combine 1 cup Mashed Potato Flakes Flakes in 4 serving recipe, re pickles. Combine 1/3 cup

2 cups (half 8-serving pack Worcestershire sauce. Shape soup and milk. Pour over 1 egg ducing water to 1 cup. Stir In syrup from each with vinegar,
Into large steak about 2 Inches meat. Bake 10 to 13 minutes 2 tablespoons water egg. Spoon on top of corned ,oil, dill, seasoning and salt.
thick In shallow baking pan or longer. VJ teaspoon salt 01 beef. Sprinkle with 'Ihredded Blend well. Combine cooked
turn into loaf pan. Bake at 350 Hint: Place steak rolls In pan 3 tablespoons butter : cheese, then with buttered beans, drained pineapple, pick
SPECIALS FOR degrees for 35 minutes. seam-side down, then you won't Pound veal cutlets until thin flakes. Return to oven and lei, green pepper and celery.
Sour Cream Meringue Beat have to fasten with toothpicksor with meat mallet. Place 1 slice: bake 1} to 20 minutes until Add dressing; mix gently until
APRIL together egg whites, cream of string ham and 1 slice cheese on each Flakes are golden brown. thoroughly combined. Cover and
tartar, salt and hot pepper GOURMET HAM AND POTATO of 4 cutlets. Cover with re-I Hint: For more flavor, spread chill several hours. Garnish
23, 24, 25, .1964 aucfc until stiff peaks form BAKE maining 4 cutlets and pound each "muffin" with prepared with tomato wedges.
M B'qk' Carefully fold In sour cream. t$ cup butter edges together. Dip In mix. mustard before baking. Serve cold.

PNISH Spread over meat. Combine 1cup / 1 can (3 oz.) sliced mushrooms .

{SPECIALS I.e I.AI. I' melted mashed butter potato and sprinkle flakes over with \\ cup chopped, drained green onions' I Have A Spring Luau?

: 'f meringue. Bake 13 minutes I teaspoon salt

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Variations: H teaspoon paprika The romantic South Sea Islands V4 cup diagonally sliced green thin 1-Inch strips
Irish Meatloaf: Bake in 9x5- SOUR CREAM POTATOES of Tahiti and Bora Bora; onions /i tablespoons butter or

OLD FASHIONED TASTY Inch loaf pan. Pour off excess 3 cups Mashed Potato Flakes hold a magical quality for, 1 medium clove garlic, margarine
liquid before topping with Yt cup dairy sour cream almost everyone. So, when minced 1 can (1 pound) barbecue

APPLE PIE WE a, meringue.Irish paprika spring flowers begin to bloom 2 tablespoons butter or beansIn
Meat Pie: Bake In 9- Cook mushrooms In butter and warm breezes blow, put I margarine saucepan, cook mushrooms,
Inch piepan. Pour off excess until tender. Stir in ham, green on your brightest print dress 1 can (1 pound) pork & beans green pepper, onion, and chili
liquid before topping with mer- onions, salt, mustard and pepper and have a spring luau-com- with tomato sauce powder in butter until vegetables -
each 59C Ingue. Heat thoroughly. ,bining favorite stateside foods V4 cup pineapple tidbits are tender. Add beans.
a treNT with the Polynesian.Your l/4 cup sliced water chestnuts Heat, stirring now and then.
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the entire day seem brighter.If Dissolve yeast in water. Add To the beans, add green pow-
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you doubt It, take this Pear to milk mixture. Stir In beaten pepper, sliced green onion, apples,
each 49C Crescent hot from the oven, egg yolks. Cut butter into flour pineapple tidbits, water chestnuts MEXI-BEANS poached In a red wine syrup
serve with fruit juice and coffee, and salt. Stir in yeast mixture I and soy sauce. The resulting 1 can (2 ounces) mushroom are likely to become the glamour
or e and watch the early morning and blend thoroughly. Dough flavor Is, magnificent) buttons, drained dessert of the season. The
smiles. Flavorful, fragrant and will be soft and moist. You may want to serve cold V4 cup chopped green pepper wine,. a Burgundy or Claret
ubstantfal It's Divide dough Into two parts.'' / cup green onion, cut In from California, has a full-
very good. sliced! ham with the beans , bodied
4 .".. ... SPICY Roll out one portion on floured'; or to be more authentic . fruitiness that remains
PEAR CRESCENT board. Arrange half of the pear skewered pork. Marinate pork I MOUNTAINS GROW to compliment the apples even
1 (1 pound, 13 ounce) can slices, on half of the dough cubes, lace on skewers, and HONOLULU ut-Some of Ha after the gentle cooking vapor.
dfiJ antslt ,I Bartlett halves with half of the : wail's mountains are izes the alcohol in the wine. Red
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t. 2/3 cup milk ping made by combining top- touch, toss a raw spinach and higher as the years pass; others I cinnamon candies dissolved in
; d 1 teaspoon sugar ping Ingredients. Fold dough in sesame seed salad with French have shrunk. the syrup provide the delight.
1 package dry granular the center. dressing. Ice cream balls rolledIn That's how things appear tobe ful spiciness.
Moisten and according to figures recently A topping of sour cream, a
yeast edges slightly toasted coconut make a festive -
r /1 1 cup butter seal by fluting. Slash across the dessert. issued by the U.S. Geological sprinkling of grated orange
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.egg yolks, lightly beaten vals. Repeat with\ remaining It's just that a new and more dessert wine, California Port,
4 cups lifted flour portion of dough. Place on 1 medium green pepper cut accurate way of measuring ele put the finishing touch to this.
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for the previous year had which represented a percentageto effort to topple this Young AntiCommunist Friday. 4 JO F M. Thurtda, i tiprrlenc"uoj. Bel aiomarf Call IU LARGE cLass PHOIPIATI saId t.

been. $12,468,000 or $4.01 per sales of 209 and earnings Federation as a step Saturday U W ((nan Friday NATIONAL CONCERN I..". thiS 5054 ..d dIrt t., tIll.

share. per common share of $1.06. toward their Simmy. :X PM Frtd.yOltPiAV A'FrENTIONEMPLOYER I D..1 S-M7S
goal. aDs Ia leoklai far uir.ulrmm .
Theodore Schlesinger presl Monday. II 00 A M BaturdafTvuday EMPLOYEE ,.. silos and Mrvlce *5,1.Noel ROUND PLAY SI 05010 >ard ai
The accusations were contained ... Pool Coaipanr till
II Cir
IS 00 Cool MoadaWtdneeday 0" aeccwaryOpportunity ti.:
dent and chief executive of thenation' in a SI. white I IM Ui* sOrOlIOS *f Florida (MUmt to 1191 weekly. : Slvd IM-ITO4
page paper P
second largest depart. Haven Issued the !:: : S 00 F. M Moadiy .r.l. "110'11I' soloor.WI willso porionil iBler.lew. apply .o lC 1 11. till dir
by Internal exrr
Salesman Security 'Tfeuriday P.I. Miuaurl, Friday I. 0554. .
.ul D.I.
ment store chain, released these Ministry. S 00 P. M 'Tuesday Ill, the Uweet Ion .10 5 at .tur Tern Caldwdl 5114054. .I..a

figures today from New York Cited Friday S 00 P. M WidniidaFBaturdiy I SIll 01411 al Florida

By Firm Made Public IS 00 Neon ThurtdaySunday V6 'Week's Fee 72 few,", Seeds Plants

BOSTON Mass The document was made public lAd., will Bet bo re. ,.. SHADS TRIB teeolale. Rain tme.
Regarding sales he noted that Harry S. two before piaiibl for nor ..... (U Ae..e.1Pu. ChiD... elm MImosa. Wievia
Lulos, manager of the B. C. days general laoorrect "' ''''IH. your .mploVS.PR1 *r.bism. .ule.. ifcamor. ear tree. .....
they rose per cent, K9.003- Morton elections In the 11 states of .0.45 I. 555 1uSd. .f our ENGINEER .aplH. eucelyptut. daewoeS. Teorklaiuinlta <
000 above fiscal 1962. Allied Organization's Polk THE UKEUND LEDGER .. "., .m..u..lo.. toe Owtni IOu..
Malaya the of .
core Malaysia .
County financial.service centerin I sir?, WJ1 Savin Fiend
fiscal year ends Jan. JlSchlesslnger in which Rahman's Alliance 0C TELEPHONEMU AM POmiupsI poultlsqs lop l.doairsOhiSssr LO8INO otrr Astor and ...
Winter Haven, Fla., has been City (a won. aasbif5oia0F3115r .
reported on other named "Sales. Party Is seeking a landslide return 6-1151 Eploymentm. silk Central Plerlda p .....rerea .I.n., SI CHI nr ..
nil* tit. Oil East L.moo.CUT
Pit and I.
1963 highlights as are contained to power The Alliancehas 208 h.h.t. mIll apera.Uon
man of theMonth" 1 I t Man eiptrieniprirerrtd ROSES and *1 kuihM
in the annual report 'mailed to by his based its electioneering on ANNOUNCEMENTS blur.li. will ceaiidta .a tl. lOusy root .(._. Il..

stockholder next week. resistance to the "Crush Ma 5 Hslp Wanted, FtmoleICCRETARf "lailty rtceat for..dll.. Otwd .eppormplori _sun.SM41I1' nta FlorIda .o

He said the company made firm.With the Mor- laysia" policy of Indonesian 5 Psrsonal NotlcH . b..d..nl...", plan. Send .u.t reivm. -
.1 IsIs .
sos to the laduitrlal R.lilloai
material progress and took a ton Organization President Sukarno. .I....WAJ M..ra Souborurd American. Crin.aiid 7 Feeds, Fruits, VierblsiERRIta

number of important steps in a little over The white paper laid Indonesian ,sun perlln BILL teedi, seal.Dual tool. MD! 111.-42Mf. and SONS eherthaadlenertl 0"1... Fluid. .,.., P.t Bradhn . YOU BI'I-tarnUN aea.

.. e.tl...... Ciilbenoa ..rd.... ,.u... CantOs auummi tatini lOon. men IOn liarS. T. '. HanM1t .
1963 which should further Increase three years, Lu planning Is based on ,. Paid tloa. .. ."...lad .IU. *alirr > .
and LOIS' BUF cnn r Ih..,' "p..I IU' boss.fits. deiired.. All ,.' la Na. Tampa Plu.h.sr.FRUIT
sales profit In the los thus becameone thinking of the late Prof Mo- mailon f.l. ..
a. Read II-.07I Dr. Apply" Piorldi soatidaos FOR nil boo or buihelrei .
years ahead. The Allied president of the very hammed Yamin described as '' ...1... bed>....di. illp Hymn, 113 South Florida A.el.. run. Alto ship 1601 north

noted that In 1963 in addition few B.C.M. representatives Jbe : "the leading exponent of Indonesian sloan.uViI.red 0.uIaInnows aol laiUllatlan fl. BUBdredi *or-> 3EMNDABLI WOMAN Hperl II AN IQDAL O'PRTNI' Florida a.*-ioilt .

to opening or expanding to I Expansionism" who al ''''01.. to ehoee from need with houMwerk. nd inildren IMLfU" Untfsceplftj
SJ* wetk. Mil 0.. 13North .
stores In two rapidly growing singled out stated In 1949: : itRi5DiANNOll51iO hr. Hiatuoky. la Pail Coua
areas, "corrective actions were for "Salesman LULOSof "After the fruition of the first : .the pen nedi Special of attentloa leoh ,all.|.l....B WO t. IT.fl.=011, lie* t* hi<.I ss. HARDY SOD CO.

taken In localities where con-I the Month" honors on two, Indonesian step In the struggle .1213 SECRETARY I niame ni", Hi li euew a aa el 'tint ab* a t 3*$. Health* ....or...

tinued operation. were not different Decisions For independence (from the AUTO INSURANCE lid a* ... merrltd ind a reipeeled elliMP. Is tST"t
'Id... ,. ,. lit
Be Iniarane.r BuIlt tit Hi a mat ap-
deemed helpful to overall performance "ActxiBlly," said I Bernard Netherlands), Indonesia will Bioalhi t* pay. Call MO 3.5404.IMIRLSY'a ......1 moiltleo ...t and paIns".11 a dnlre I* b. IbuilniM SIN w"""

and long range profit ;then launch her second to I I ptOwalt sd-k; b; ..11 typos Neulrtd, hl..lftr.*. WO5EI 110150, ,I...
Carver president of the company plan Shop, bO..... M earn ill Ills reward that her I.I. anoint. and tndtni a..
goals! "Harry's come awfully form h federation of eastern lion 33.0 0'.uth 11I111I0'1'I0.ld. Colli.p" .. .*.' e.produce. Tn* ..* .5 01511,54 In yard Medina 14radial
in 1963 reflect In ;: : : ham... mstonlai.. au.I1. aOllU .sat hat sims bail etlllnbiokiraund . .-.11. 111.1411.
Earnings close a number o[ other times states comprising Indonesia : aa MUss s. er eenilderabli" pub

part, the full benefit of the 7 to receiving the honor. Of all' Burma, Siam (Thailand), Malaya CUsTOM MADI d....... *4dipreedi le content i perlia e. U thIs ... INSTRUCTION
.. .. .
sod .11. ... Pre *i.tlmaiei .ulremint fill reti. tall .... Ru.
per cent Investment credit as of our several hundred man- and Viet Nam and the la y.ur home lu, Urrai. tl. ill-till lor aa appointmentWANTED

provided for in the Revenue Act agera and representatives In U Philippines" .. Call Mn. Burin. IMiutiALL HAVE OPENINGS : SHARP Muptir map. 1 Dancing, MviU

rf 1964. Before taxes, earnings offices nationwide, Harry ranks Views Endorsed ..,_. Partition KINDS work carpeater. porch ripali work for experienced Dee. opportunity APPlr McDonald ler advaaea.mtnl H.. PIANO TEACHER ean aottpl pn.U .

for the fiscal year ended January among the top dozen or so in sic. II hour Mr Lanoi. Ill-Mil salesladies! burieri 111 Cut 14mssiil l . nh for prlvat laitriirtlonnairi .

31, 1964 were $27.683000 both sales production and client "These views," the paper WANTED, APPLICANTS tol drlr ind adane4. MU .-.&I..

sgainst $25,783,000 In the previous -service" stated, "were warmly endorsedat BUILDING TRADES and sri, applr, us In ..o.Lime Yellow. cuC.n" .N... Wlallr. OIl SOS Weedird .
.ecnt.ryAge .
the time by Sukarno who
year The Morton Organization, 20-40 EXPERIENCED LUMBKA adbulldlni I OWN mint ol Arthur
spoke of a Pan.Indonesia . 14 Ivildlng Carpentering tupplf laliiman M w.rit Murrsy's SItu 1 imhnlcdly
Quarter Down founded IIP 1948 deals in i mutual the islands between IMId silo ...."11.. Apply la u.fo" 555. Willsill
funds. Insured savings association covering RoonrlO WINDOWS. aluniauaiidlni Apply Personnel Office sir,.. tmetrlal Lumbir Com UI.. IbIP" II.n.
Schlesinger said It Is note- Asia and Australia. prh*>. rcpilri. eJteratieai Maas Brothers p.,,. mihy. IT Setilh, Jirtaw.
: placements realty Investment '10 months I* **> B-S Flrld. $4 Scheeli
worthy that 1963 pre-tax earn- Insurance and other "The Comunists. too . saw Ceatraellni Compaor. laiuredPnoae

ings increased despite a first In the Pan-Indonesian dream a MU I-IJ.3 A. tuaaira. SiSALEIUAN $oieimss
related financial services. !: .. NO S.SOU P Ewu. FLORIDA LARGEST and BOitod
quarter which had seen earnings means of establishing their WANTED lr Ions Celliii. .... at.Coipltily .
of $1,347,000 below those * power In the focal: center of 21 Peeling $20 TO $30 0511,51 y, at* SI-So, CoaiailHi .0.1" air .'

of 1962'1 first quarter. Southeast Asia" the said Plus eoaipaar beaiflta. haipltalaatien 0.500. ampl MU .
paper ROOflNO DEfBNDABLS ?,rl.0asdtl WEEKLY1Exchange irup IsIs. aoildut ..d .
Earnings for the final three Lakeland Man Indonesian Reds the document .Ii *. 550, parnenta. MoOIOBM health Apply ....... Dairy. COND1TION1M3 1155, rain B..d.d. Wi-Vila rtlrli 505.r
.. .. Laid Wire Drive
L. 14
quarters he said, showed Im build the | Cenpaay sot your spars or Writ Cpmrnerilit Tridfi .
said helped up i W Main. MO "21It. WII ,. .
Receives Award tit. psotis So aleontmleBliBi I. Son M lit. Lek liad Lod.
provement sufficient to offset Malayan Communist party, ; ALL TYPES rwidiotlal or eoaimweial full time for excellent earnings won_ .Pail .Nishiandi CounI .

the decline early in the'yoar, which "played an Importantrole rooli rtpaired er teplaoidM selling AVON CosmetIcs .1. I. had 51501505 .1..
From Gulf LifeE. Co .. .. Ia mootiss -
> HoofiBi end Br M Natal .I.to..d
and provide an Increase for in the events leading up I \ >> 114 Will 01.: ... MU 1-11)1 A few good territories, Ian p.011.. Wi nossIdor bOO, CLASSIFIEDINDEX

the 12 months. This was done, to the Comunist.Inspired and ALL TYPES reoflnt rip.lr
said Schlesinger, despite substantial W. Fitzgerald, manager of Instigated emergency" that took I.,>d. Repair luaranUed SC I le *. boipltalliauea Iniuranna. .I
BMMB RaISInS c.. tlt>3l P.O. Box 1395 .. Aitneunttmantila
liquidation costa in Kansss -Gulf Life Insurance Company's Malaya more than 10 years to Write nd aUier ,.Ior btnellte P.ri51OrnlPWS
pl nil Ill-oil
City and Fort Worth, plus Lakeland district office receivedthe beat down.i.IoAI.AOVCITICIMENT. 24 Plostsr.Jruete or Iran SI.PLUMBING. 1 ..,.aternoriarx e* Then**

pre-tpening expenses for new company's top sales trophy Call 01-
teet end Feundl
Al during a regional meeting held ; PLAITBRINO PATOMINQ, BwWIIIBM 682-1 a Psrmn.lNMlooaS "
stores Commenting on the 'i.g--I CIRCUIT' COUNT Alteration* lad .ddtl'.... PusonoaM
mart division, he said that the at the Holiday Inn Friday and TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Pros .tlmet,', U...... Ml Tel I rren.aertette

three stores have completed a Saturday "OLKI COUNTY, FLORIDA BOB, MU S-SIM WAITRE WANTED, Frldar slid HEATING S Pennoet Mootloas Qo.n,000a

year' operation 'and despite a The trophy was presented to *.. IN N*. CHANCIRVC MOO. D..ut S2 BUSINESS SERVICE 31 .u.do. sslupauirlo Vunanl.il.,0isiiislam I. Ov.r Building Trod.' .

somewhat discouraging start Fitzgerald by James B. McAfeeof Fe.. N.. S4I u01r. >-: 5- "AND If Soul Air,n 0.54110.154II INetfe Blind T*"

Jacksonville, executive vice JAMES FRANKLIN BUTT PJN ''AND LFN4" wlated. TOP 4 BulMirtf. Oereenwrl'
evidence that 30
there is ample plaintiff UuiI'O: ttaiity Parlors ,. food wortln eoadltleijnd .. I ,. Br<.4 MerBI
president of Gull Life at a ,
this can prove to be elh.r keniflt Mat be ., AIR ,CONDITIONINGCar I O'li. 1 Irrvtee
program luncheon meeting on Friday at ACNE1"EDNA: BUTTS, CLARA BIAUTT ',''on. .OmpUUbieuly ohirieler, rellail. and I. : ".*)**
The Almart stores Defendant, ..... BvrfeelnBFlint.
profitable lervlci hilr ilrllni hat hiaiih Coataet kIn essential. Excellent =. OeearetlnB
the Lakeland Yacht Club
with as a Nail. Of Suit : olorlni. peraientnli. Oik A..nu. et Woedr.it Nurnna Hem. 101M.lton .
designed to compete
are tribute to Gulf Life represents THB STATE Of FUmlDA TO: In KiUilna Ci.'. Oarlaad. MOt0070 Ans Auhurndali, Flerld. earning Liberal I .1..1
discounters. AtONES kI>MA BUTTS, who. Fhnne WO h-J305, ptental ha I ke< Metal Vr*
lives In the Lakeland for Including
I area la't known ddru III Rout* SUna WHIT *eni* to I.A 1st>e MeulTeel
* being leaders of the company's Alabama. 36 Uwnmewtrt t Service DBLIl IB rnn hiIlihl ". saving and retirement al-A Sw.nlnin HetiUK 00555
top sales conference for the first You are hereby notified that a MwikMPlni Col". nil! Pis.sra0oanoIs
tilt for dlyorce ha. ben flld OEOROE: B LAWN Mow.. Rfpllriraury J-I.. plan, paid vacations -
W. C. Schaub three months of 1964. pulPit you In the above .ntltlo *nd re.l I'... biaaMharpined WAS'tfDfoiia, immediate discount .lln'hAlc.
Fitzgerald and his staff will ,-.'..; and th.1 you .,. herabrroqutrod US ....tit... A,.nueApplloncss WAIIUI. susday" $1 '.' |* ;
I Contact '
Elected Maas welcome the managers leading nr to other..rv. wrllUn* copy d.Ien of youianawir .... aIm-Old... . _. ____ _ g. MU 4-fIM -. privileges. I''I, Iran.*. Be.kkeale,n*

sales supervisors and leading upon WALTER W. MAM.BTplaintiff I Beep SlttlnB
.dd.... Personnel 10 lsuulvPsnisr*
.uorn., w roee ManagerMontgomery .
Vice President salesmen from the followingareas I. P.O. Rot 554. 0asois. Hor- Ward it 1"I'

: Key Welt Miami. Ft. I'Ida baton the 4th day or BUSINESS SERVICE I Neue Ve.hliw
Lake Wales Orlando ,\\ v.o'l.rt. 114, and befor or Immrdlately 1028 East Memorial 4 Meeline Ben,.ee. B.eele
W C. Schaub Maas Brothers I thereafter la Ml* with 5 Sllndsn'o'W515u'wya '
and controller for the Winter Park Sarasota, ha Clerk of lh. abnv ityled Court ; ) Blvd, 9:30 to 4:30.: NoSaturday. Lin01555r545u0n155.- BeneveOKBrvta
Tampa, St Petersburg. Ik. original of Mid anew/er or .. S *. Mjiuheo. Ben*ao
past four years, has been elect Mid written defence*. If any. S 004oa..
Sales clinics will be conductedby If you fill co, d.cree proMnfeMO : \ DIRECTORY .". TunlnB
of vice pre.l.dent : IIt"et.
ed to the position a home office staff including! will entered aflln.t I Freeilnf kolc4o50 Bveln
and treasurer, and a member you for th. relief demand** In 3O s 41 B.eie. :
board of directors of J, W. Geiger, director of agencies -If* ('omplvlfltWITVtm 5 t Week Wanted Bewine Beeetre-

of the Earl E. Peters C.L.U., di- my hud and official FOI YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERINCI Se>t,| Tons ..-
the department store organization Ml of offlr* at Barlow. Polk TACI WORE wanted : Oleentno
taken at rector of sales development, andG. County Kkirlda this lath day of ,.1., Nw .Ulpl. : Tveewriter Ofl ee SimIan
The action was L. Hodges, field assistant ,March AD. W4I WHEN YOU HID IT Quid .lerrle. Call far n. .. 15,5.0 Wills A-Olem FurriMtirreenlii BeraM
the annual meeting of directors, > H. P.LOAV JR naiei Fred &Fewer MO aotllTUDINT FlllnB.
reelected ,(HEAL) CI.... Circuit Court WI.T. ill lsws :
and the following were * By Luolll Hinting Icturs FramssFIOTDKB UIIO" spr5h5n. b.... ...hln... EmpUymsnt

to their positions: J. A. Waterman Deputy Cl.rk: Lad .. .. 51320.If I :
.1.1. t Ii ::
chairman of the board, V.IW ; ? : Pan PROM" npaln aa ..,. *. FBAHCS' B.autlfUl "' 50.55,4 Feniloil
Shopping Spree ...Ift... eunlni Biuhlna, *.. In.. ..d Biculdlni CHIMB and .. .... ..1..300. 1.c.nl 1. * Hal*
Melvin S. Stein president: L. NOTICB. TO CRBDITOR ..'11..**.. call Thrift? Clt,. ...d, ..d.. Oa... Art .ShopamlT JoId Os .' ., ;.
Bllllll Oil ". MO > H04 MALI. dMlri pert teleemer
Ray 5ueo DepertmeBt
B. Graham vice president: n
Promotion BegunBy IN AND FOR urns bookiwplni poiilloa CHJJ an.ntu. tellellarlHVerk
Hough, vice president, K. D. FOLK COUNTY. FLORIDA AlIanm SsrvlcsdfTOTRlb'APPI.IlANCIS Plumbing Supplies '1061. Bartew. 1'.. S.10d 5$ W*nod
I. Ba Kulal ..rr > .. S 30 ot.Ilaps. financialIt
Rippey vice president and sec ..r.l,edFrlcee .
Pepsi-Cola J MADClt, ) ........ eitlmeteiwindow K H. NORRIS Do-It t..1 LEaST CARPIN'rsIPlO ssdPsintisi. BiMIMMf OSantlasIMla
vice ,
retary, John W. Schaub. Iwreaeed ) air "o"dr.lon.. s.rnlrn Fluaibln and Kleilrlcal Won lea o 1,50.Nt l> (neorenee
and A. L. Schelm. Tet Alt Crtdlton and Person Hn. and Initalletton Cell Sirehrai Pros InformtlaB and dillferrtool 2. 10 . 1 IsonbOant550.15 .
president; An opportunity to sOars Iff a log Clalma oPomond! Aaaiotsold : Anpllance lull Klertrlral I. jeAllt. r.nul. pip Oil *ad tnr.id- Beraee le Lend
til_ u'l Blrtn (l e 3 )
president 1850.000 prize kitty was Rotate : a. 2* hours .nice, ill-nil. ilntlni at a very fosiO,5N5Orlusi If Ven ed To Berr
and aartt of hrby
You you ara mn4 imeliBdPrlntlm
In addition to W C. Schaub brought to Polk Hardee and notified to rue In duplkata all Repairs Ssnrles He lob Uo mall ..a-'II Mortlolhirt

six directors were re-elected. Highlands County residents rlalma and demand whlib you namPlbIIFPro.i, 5004,505 i iB CHRISTIAN: MOTHIM k .pi ..hU.d. Cttrue >llFertiliier .
M. hat.. ...Ino' tka ..i.tS of E.!: J, .IM enter. lilt North Florid r<. In ISO h.".. Placed yardLarn Peed 1'
Waterman r> f'I
They are J, A when Johnny Speir. manager I
MADER d.e.as.4 In the A>inu< (or that lummer r.ration plarronm yteaio agli .. t ,0.d:7.sFLonsblw7I
S. Stein J. H. Reedy, K. D. the Pepsi-Cols Bottling Company offk* of Richard A. iJronwmCount lafelf ImpeeUea OB the .FOB IfO ALL 1-4404 sour Cenmrrela pnntlnB .I.. hem .n"1 I .
and Robert announcedthe / Judc. at hi. offlr In thi lamlly tar. with Ih. lateit .1_ .1 PAINTiNG' prke eiood tend -o..=
Rippey, A. L. Murphy of Lakeland Court Houa at Bartow Florida. trail ....IP..... Our onclilolci Lot"h..d. llthecriphlnienirerim trim, .'ICIA.. ", blnrli f, L "
Macht. sponsorship of the 1984 within all (Blender( month from eia .....11' 1.5555055 5 all automotive fork IIJ-lll if ler ? t'
April n, IMI. whlik I. tr. dat of ....1... Call taj-3223 Strvlc S pm..11..1. : .r ,s I
Spree :
W C. Schaub attended Pepsi Shopping promotion the flrat publication of this notlriParh AUenuan lidiia We fl>l BeiHor..n .I.ta 55 "
claim mand mart b I niampeAuts PAiNTiNG AND carnater work *
schools and is a graduateof or Inl'r.etle.
He grad of the six-week content writin,, moPt tPtI tO,. p1wof ANT TTFS. radiator. terele* .. .I..t.. BatiifMiua. luir.nu . *. *
Plant High School. Highlights r-hInc. and pout Silica add.... Seat CevsrsLINO'S eleenlni reform* rehutldlnFrddri d IU S 4Mi__ 1 1aos..

uated from the University of will be the award of the of Ik. claimant, must b* aworno AUTO Beet C'o'ro. c...-' Ridlaur ..... 00 YAI WOBK sod Iswau.rs.. U

Florida in 1940 with a degree grand national first prize an and must b* filed aa foreuld. : pIMo autaaietlve tnterloriMI Q. -10. baullni l.d." LvI'ek
or alM urn will bonm void ( 1'h.n., MO 1'lle RADIATORS BLOCKB ..Ken.o .. mini Call MV 1-131. '.
in Industrial Engineering find entire family will be set loose JC\ELI.N: L. WADKR nhlcl. C..WI. .eb. I. I* Be.. Bete Fe4

from 1940 to 1947 was assoc'at in the food store of their choiceto i -.71 i..*eulrli.V !: Cencrstelor .,.1., all Florida t,. .Dg.O'n.I., AFINANCIAL 5o Fenltry LKMteek A BueclM

ed with the Engineering Depart shop to their heart's content 1.1.1".0 OONCRln ..au_ : lsss't. A Bueellee
BuJd abeolutely free-for one.half I NOTICK TO CREDITORS DII'...,*. n_.. "d...". Radio t RipslrDlui vYeelee P**)
ment of the Tampa Ship IN TMI COUNTY JUDOSSCOURT T
I upi.. .t....... *urb.. 551,055sd, ;hnd.
Log Corporation hour. Additionally, the grand i IN AND FOR I brldiee, E, B. NorrIs, *M. 41S auDio SInS TY surboo
winner will a L.kisnd, 62 BusIness .rtunltl.i
In 1947 he became associatedwith national receive rw RK: KHTATK OP .Bteietur proedci after Opp ewrel" *
their 1964 station wagon. :WIN;Ml* M RAKItlCTT, Deora.ed : ': : ; :; fencetMUTUALrtNCS .your MI I* repured la out "Od . Aeveueeir
Mama Brothers as ra .h.p at a fair price HOICB OSINCM and ...* Artelee lele -
the con In addition to the grand first To All Creditor and Prrtona hayln i Compiof I.. your 18 .d say. 10" Sr n.hHo.5r4's rop.rU.l Nil B.dr. LMLABealWr I* Barter xiriete.M '
representative during ., Claims or Demand Afalnatftald ..... and n. Ut) .
other national awards ........ pntee ne dawn paraiuaraateed IS11 B. MeejorlBl Clodun Beet. e. *.a.I"
structioo of Maaa Brothers St. prize. 120 Katat: ( W* wont b. .....- 4-1070. III ....Df.U.. .. 1 10 usda, ...
You and ..c* of era hereby ', 11. .. *ee M'
you *
which ras could be won by local entrants ..old .....1... Industry. MIn .- J." M. .1. 11 '
Petersburg store notified to fiji I In dupllral all
opened in January of 1948. Since They include: 10 1964 station lalma and demanda.. which you < Free itimewe RipalrsiiN. WAD TO BUY :0 Furnitur.... ....u.Ml _
loaded with a year'ssupply have aaralnat the tats of Minnie feraltreSRIDll Srt.
000 '
then he has held several executive -wagons M. Barrtt S.cso.d. In tU off no RCPAzCD. i M.i .1,; Polk County 101 MMr lner'r"4kVeeK
In the control dl of automobile equipmentand of Richard A. Hroneon County : J a... furniture price.Meiowi 151 Plyrebie, Bypoliee
positions "' in* r.plMed IB wad *rfrann
visions and In I960 was named service: 10 qusrterhour tudte(buss. at at Barlow hla offlc Florida In th,. within4li Court( ( "'"'It..*. Fhoo MSBUI r50.5540 soul' Pick .*, ..1", .., Liquor license. "t5PlnonLMa.mlsal.Bid.* TeievrueriHD.rirea ,
for 10 entire IC .oroo I 5ns.nsatIs
treasurer and controller for the shopping sprees ralendar montha from AprU ( Write Box M-271 .5.0.5,0 5.00.
families; 100 kift certificates a. IN4 wblih la Ih. dats of the lawnmtwtr Rtpoln P I, Blieeelleeeeu*
department store organization to irat publication of this I nolle. Swimming .II Lakeland Ledger Ha O". BeunrriitAutemotlv
from $1,000
in value i\iNllow aRIPAIRUIO ....
ranging Ka-h tfmand b : :: .
claim or stuNt In ..d tell Ct.5AIIBD. .0551' ... -
and teell iherBened Buy 'CL
$100. wntlnf. muse atat* th* plans ofreilrtencri nowne, Kiaety, Slot taaur MOa .d. chen 1'1. luppliei 1100C0. INC. 10U..' bulls H4 ..& At 0 r >t>enl.
h and poet emu addraainf _,. . .. BIas ,
According to Spelt 1 e S 40 M.1 to. .. I. 'obur.dois srssmnCisC : F nenein*
tri claimant moot k* awnmo MOied. I. .. Per Solo
Winn-Dixie Shopping Spree theme of this and mum b* filed .. aforeealdor 1 1 Pointing 0" I. 5' Lisa _I.. .sul ..03..."Id a. A t15b0i55. RiuniM.rNICEO snoilabiS. I "u'..... .01,5.0

national event will be carriedon ale *am will borom. void ....' 500-5400 CalI".l. 542-1115 m ,n.nt 0'f
JohN O BAKRKTTKiecutof .,.
pororioci A. is
Sales Climb the local level too. For our : lerlor. 1110'ICL.. eiurlarIU9 . O'SIATOI 505 ..U loot 1 MebtN. ) .Memee
in the PolkHardeeand i--Oct Flrit data work. Ouarta UpholitirlnfSACiCKTT .d .1 ."0' eerticitatloa '1 Meals Heme. Wonted
top prizes : teed lurnraeel Ph.ne Ml.4JU ...1 cipitil riaulnd Jl Pert. Betterlee. Tire
Highlands County area. NOTICC OF SALE 5, 34 Trveee. Traitor
I JACKSONVILLE Sales recorded 1\"tke I I. (,....., given that UPHOUTSalta 5on.los 6Uo.1 .lh. ..JJ. Rentals
I Dixie Stores we'll be awarding three lucky purauant to a final deere. of for. P 30.TO.. ,*,** Blip .. rotsSaIliO HAILFR PASS a epiree
by Wino : ::: : .AHIIIO. eit natei. i aerei M.w hone traUrii7ir
op 1 Plaeea lor
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individuals 13 ID and etoaur entered In ",01. numberedm SIn 1..1. .11'1' work .lt linlti. 59 000 1 3 Purr.hee aeei'
I end tad .U" Fhai MlHulllnneoftll : 525 trnenlaII
during the 40-week( period in the food i.Hi. In the insult t'ourt ..Um.. ., .. prlrei 553- 5050Yssetiose. 1. e' n .. CY 3-5271. whIm Ill ,..R.._ Slsuoos
I ed April 4 showed an Increase shopping sprees of Port ounty, florida. I will saIl inca ell lull Mr Turns .: ". ,. Bent, et'_'._
I the -stores of their choice. Naturally the property altuato In Polk Coun Blinds WOUL CONflOSH pertair fat 513 : srI
of 4 corresponding .
72 over
cent Ill ::
per Klnrlda d*.orlb.d aaiLota mPs1
Company of y met 01505. wltn .
I period a year ago Pepsi Cola Bottling S and p In Plankr'I of ; 0)C 0SI UDGIM IftTICAL A" 0 OrluoaIsiu ..1. ".t.1. lido New TamPa U.134 :Per Hexe Beel:

I A total sales volume of 669. Lakeland will pick up the i LAbs Bvulab Heights DtrtalonNo II1 pjenufeetared Beu.ired Heeaedrafmunrd HKhway MUu 5 after 110n 530 W'th .
5. Lakoland Florida' ae. WS"'fD ADS ale aaloaiobll tea* p Isbn* S la I ._t. e...
860,664 for this years 40-week 'check. April 20 cording to plat thereof rrordd : : .; tiaa WInd A"-".. MO B.tin VAILABLB MAT lit, Mw mater 135 u..'UnfumuMetf"", 43..r Nouns.*

period surpassed last year's The promotion begins In Putt Book 4' psas 41. public Bkkflild ... stoOl,.. f 0. .4* eVenle* To Dent .,
I $30,21V and ends May 30. rceorda of Path Qounty. Floridaal l.tormstlss pbene MC s.111!. lot lentf Bentel .
figure of $639,642,61) by puMIc Ml. to the fclftiMt and
1 049H In addition to the free local best bidder GOP ....., at the South IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 10554' Mouatmu.in wiia 55- ..
Speir noted Front Door: of the Polk County .... carport and atlllly reoraon. Heme tot
Sales during the four.week peHriod shoppIng sprees PourthouM In .)."...., Florida : aer UBd. BuSh reatel trill- Aerxve., Lei. .lola
ending April 4 totaled $69. that his company will award 29 b.t.... 11:80 A. M. and lao: P.Mua BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION .... Call Plant City. 11..t I.4: 55.015.7-
each week for six weeks. Mar 5, A. n, I"'. loft iI--i. 54,
886.8240 prizes
H5M.7M compared with 150.00 to iH' di/iAf .mlerk ,..d t:: Ve< "
value from I ..
in *
during the corresponding pe- Ranging < I ('Ir. ult (.ourt, ; : l 'real .. IJIOO aieaUie 1".1 M. .:
of $2-I$ .oo. the will be In the form ,REAM DIAL MU 6-1 1 51-Ask For Classified' fo ,.. II ,...old 555 so. laos I.ute
nod of increase I .
1963. an itA redeemable Br \l.. IKK A. PP.', ".. re.it If rIyssamosioIIamSaild I Beel' l.tete
751.458 or 4.13 per cent. of gift ccrtifu I l."i.i S :ark. I OkHei 1044 Sa..*, t: BWueee .w:
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i /.The.tunday Quechua Bible 1AwrAND, April Is, language being 23, 1M4 translatedinto LEDGER of millions .,il Feast Of Instant Masked Potato Ideas Offered. I I Time t.i:A ,

of people from Peru, If you've never mixed blue home demonstration agent's reward age) Mashed Potato Flakes V4 Individual Sweepsteaks Bak Prepare 6 serving recipe Potato turf of slightly beaten egg Foe
Bolivia and Ecuador cheese dip Into mashed pota for Indian Summer Casserole teaspoon salt and Vi teaspoon in 12 to 1C large muffin cups Flakes, reducing water to water and salt; then In Potato
------ toes, crowned: Individual servings with Potato Puff Topping, pepper In mixing bowl. Gradually for 25 minutes before topping 2 cups Stir in sour cream. Flakes. Saute' In butter until
of corned beef with potato and an Oregon broadcaster'sIrish add 2 cups scalded milk and' with meringue. Spread about 2/3 potato mixturein golden brown, about 10 minuteson LiftNow
topping, or rolled steak arounda Sweepsteak' will take her 3 tablespoons butter. Whip until POTATO STEAK ROLLS bottom and aides of shallow each aloe
potato filling, you have all where-else-but Ireland. fluffy. Stir in I egg yolk, 1 3 slices round steak, cut 1'/ -quart baking dish. Top with Hint: To prevent tearing meat
sorts of wonderfyl taste surprises Tho rest of us can console tablespoon chopped onion, and /-Inch thick ham mixture. Spread remaining with mallet when pounding, that April'i here, why
in store. ourselves with this feast of potato 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Vi teaspoon meat tenderizer potatoes around edge of cover with several thicknessesof not give your menus a changeof
ideas: Fold In 1 white, stiffly beat pace? Different flavors,
These Ideas and lots of others salt and pepper to season casserole Sprinkle with pap heavy wax paper
im came to light In a recent con INDIAN SUMMER en. Spoon Potato Puff Topping 1 tablespoon butter rika. Bake at 350 for 15 to 20 CORNED BEEF POTATO more color, greater variety will
around of casserole. Com putelcome zest family
test which Invited home economists 2 tablespoons chopped onion
food editors and broad- POTATO PUFF TOPPING bine Potato Flakes and melted 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Hint: Use a fork for making 1 can ((12 oz.) corned beef, mends Yes It's time for a Ids
icasters to submit their favorite 2 tablespoons cooking oily butter Sprinkle over potatoes Yt teaspoon salt swirl marks in the potato border crumbled: So try this salad of bright.
I potatoes ideas The self- ter cup chopped onion, Bake at 375 degrees for 30 to I Yt teaspoon pepper for an attractive serving Yi pound ground beef ness and enticing flavor con

for all the dishes was 1\, ,Id: 1 cup chopped green pepper 35 minutes. Yt cup water idea. 1 cup herb stuffing mix, toot
Potato Flakes- o speedy and 2 cloves garlic, minced IRISH SWEEPSTEAK ,i % cup milk QUICK BLUE CHEESE crushed 'PINEAPPLE S.I.ADVINAIGRE11'E
, I simple to whip up that they 1 pound ground beef KITH MERINGUE 2 cups Mashed Potato flaKes POTATOES scup chopped onion
o 'make time for such delectable 2 tablespoons flour \\Yi Ibs. ground beef 2 eggs 4 serving recipe Mashed Potato 1 can (II oz.) tomato sauce (About It servings)
touches as those the food pros 1 teaspoon salt lye cups Mashed Potato flakes; Vi cup butter Flakes 1(9 ounce) package frozen
FAMILY FAVORITE dreamed up for their entries % teaspon pepper % cup milk 1 can cream of celery soup 1 tablespoon melted buttercup teaspoon Salt Italian green beam
The sampling below Indicatesthe 1 can (8 oz.) pitted ripe 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 2cup milk or cream J5 blue cheese flavored Yt teaspoon pepper 1(1 pound, 4'/i ounce) can
even when ihia was delicious dilemma contest olives, drained and chopped 1 teaspoon salt Cut meat Into 8 serving-size cheese dip( Potato Topping: pineapple chunks
"the life of the party"! judges faced-and Includes the 1 can (1 Ib) whole kernel Yt teaspoon poultry seasoning pieces. Pound with meat mallet Combine Vi cup Potato Flakes 4 serving recipe Mashed Potato 1 (12 ounce) Jar sweet mixed
two grand prize winners. A tripto corn, drained Vi teaspoon pepper and sprinkle with tenderizer, with melted butter; set aside Flakes pickles
Hawaii was an Arkansas 2 cups shredded sharp 2 teaspoons Worcestershiresauce salt and pepper i Prepare remaining potatoes in 1 tablespoon melted butter yt cup wine vinegar
Cheddar cheese Cook onion and parsley In 4 serving recipe reducing waterto 1 egg >4 cup salad oil
i U cup Mashed Potato Flakes 2 beef bouillon cubes, butter. Add water, salt, and l'/i cups. Stir in cheese dip. V4 cup shredded American i/t teaspoon dried dill
.:(tl t I 1 tablespoon melted butter crumbled pepper; bring to boil Add milk; Bake at 330 for 15 to 20 min cheese Yt teaspoon liquid red pepper
Cook onion, pepper and gar. 1 tablespoon melted butter stir In 1 cup Potato Flakes. utes until flakes are golden Combine corned beef, ground seasoning
_' KlNGSWOC lie in ail in large skillet until Sour Cream Meringue: When potatoes are soft and brown. i beef, stuffing mix, onion, tomato 14 teaspoon garlic salt
; Mender, about 5 minutes Add 2 egg whites moist, whip with fork; stir in Hint: For an oven meal, serve I sauce, egg, salt and pep 1 small green pepper, cut in
-X W, ground beef and brown. Stir in Vi teaspoon cream of tartar 1 egg. Place a spoonful of with your favorite meatloaf per. Turn Into twelve large strips
:S. salf pepper, flour, olives and |/2 teaspoon salt potatoes on edge of each steak then add a green salad to complete greased muffin cups or custard 1 cup thinly sliced celery
STILL AMERICA'S : .:p. Q r ,' f : corn Turn half the mixture into Vi teaspon hot pepper sauce and roll up Dip in slightly the menu.AMERICAN cups. Bake at 350 for 30 min 1 large tomato cut In small
TOP SEIIING BRANDI( a quart shallow casserole; Yt cup dairy sour cream beaten egg; then In remaining CORDON BLEU utes. Remove from oven wedges
[StttlS sprinkle with half the cheese. Combine ground beef. 1 cup 1 cup Potato Flakes. Melt yi 8 veal cutlets Combine Yt cup Potato Flakes Cook green beans as package
For colorful nw kraut recipebookletwnteSllyERfIOSS : Spread with remaining meat Hashed Potato Flakes milk, cup butter In shallow baking 4 slices boiled ham with melted butter; set aside directs just until crlap-tender,
,MP8EStNT TIV.E' mixture and remaining cheese. egg yolks, salt, poultry seasonIng pan. Place steaks in pan. Bake 4 slices American cheese Prepare remaining I Potato Drain and cool. Drain pineappleand

dap N, Phelps, New York [N; :... .., ,, !.. !'. Potato Puff Topping: Combine pepper, bouillon cubes and at 350 for 50 minutes. Com- 1 cup Mashed Potato Flakes Flakes In 4 serving recipe, reducing pickles. Combine 1/3 cup
: 2 (half of 8-servtng pack Worcestershire sauce Shape bine soup and milk. Pour over 1 egg water to 1 cup. Stir in syrup from each with vinegar,
cups Into large steak about 2 Inches meat. Bake 10 to 15 minutes : 2 tablespoons water egg. Spoon on top of corned oil, dill, seasoning and wit
thick in shallow baking pan or longer Vi teaspoon salt beef Sprinkle with .shredded Blend well. Combine cooked
turn into loaf pan. Bake at 330 Hint: Place steak rolls In pan 3 tablespoons butter cheese, then with buttered beans, drained pineapple, pick.
r SPECIALS FOR degrees for 35 minutes. seam-side down, then you won't Pound veal cutlets until thin flakes Return to oven and les, green pepper and celery.
Sour Cream Meringue Beat have to fasten with toothpicksor with meat mallet. Place 1 slice bake 15 to 20 minutes until Add dressing; mix gently until
APRIL together egg whites, cream of string ham and 1 slice cheese on each Hakes are golden brown. thoroughly combined. Cover and
tartar, salt and hot pepper I GOURMET HAM AND POTATO of 4 cutlet Cover with re Hint; For more flavor, spread chill several hours. Garnish
23, 24, 25, 1964 sauce until stiff peaks form. BAKE maining 4 cutlets and pound each "muffin" with prepared with tomato wedges.
Carefully fold In sour cream. Vi cup butter edges together. Dip In mix. mustard before baking I Serve cold.

p PN15H E9gK R Spread over meat Combine Vi 1 can (3 oz) sliced mushrooms -
r .--' cup mashed potato flakes with drained

SPECIAIS r I melted butter and sprinkle over Vi cup chopped green onions Have A Spring Luau?
meringue. Bake 15 minutes 1 teaspoon salt

.' longer. Vi teaspoon dry mustard
Variations: Vi teaspoon paprika sliced thin 1-inch strips
The romantic South Sea Islands 1,4 cup diagonally green
Irish Meatloaf Bake Jn 9x5- SOUR CREAM POTATOES of Tahiti and Bora Bora onions t/z tablespoons butter or
OLD FASHIONED TASTY Inch loaf pan. Pour off excess 3 cups Mashed Potato Flakes hold a magical quality for 1 medium clove garlic, margarine
liquid before topping with t Vi cup dairy sour cream almost everyone. So, when minced 1 can (1 pound) barbecue

APPLE PIE WE ? meringue.Irish paprika I spring flowers begin to bloom 2 tablespoons butter or beansIn
OIVE Meat Pie Bake In 9- Cook mushrooms In butter, and warm breezes blow, put margarine saucepan, cook mushrooms,
Inch Pour off 'until tender. Stir in ham, 1 I It beans onion and chili
plepan. excess green on your brightest print dress can ( pound) pork green pepper, ,
liquid before topping with mer- ,onions, salt, mustard and pepper and have a spring luau-com- with tomato sauce powder in butter until vege
each 59C logos. 1 Heat thoroughly bining favorite stateside foods Yt cup pineapple tidbits tables are tender. Add beans.
a REfvT with the Polynesian. Vi cup sliced water chestnuts Heat, stirring now and then.

p8 Your menu Is quick, not elaborate 1 teaspoon soy sauce Makes 2 to 3 servings.
Start Day Off In saucepan, cook men pepper
... but as tasty as can be.
onion; and garlic In butter
You it the
can even prepare on
until vegetables are tender. Add CinnamonApplesLikely
spur of the moment If you have
NEW! PRUNE FILLED Good BreakfastA a good supply of canned beans remaining ingredients. Heat,
stirring now and then. Makes To Become
on the shelf Canned pork and
COFFEE CAKE beans with tomato sauce be 2 to 3 servings. I
For a Mexican style supper. Glamour DessertSpicy
brighter breakfast makes sugar and cool to lukewarm. comes this exciting Polynesiandish.
add mushrooms and chill
+ pow.
the entire day seem brighter Dissolve yeast in water Addto To the beans, add green
der canned barbecue beans. cinnamon
to apples,
I If you doubt It, take this Pear milk mixture. Stir in beaten pepper, sliced green onion,
each 49C'r Crescent hot from the oven, egg yolks Cut butter Into flour pineapple tidbits, water chestnuts MEXI-BEANS poached In a red wine syrup,
serve with fruit juice and coffee, and salt Stir In yeast mixture and soy sauce, The resulting 1 can (2 ounces) mushroom are likely to become the glamour
f 01 and watch the early morning and blend thoroughly, Doughwill flavor magnificent! buttons, drained dessert of the season. The
smiles. Flavorful, fragrant and be soft and moist. You may want to serve cold V{ cup chopped green pepper wine, a Burgundy or Claret
substantial-It's very good Divide dough Into two parts sliced ham with the beans ,,. Vi cup green onion, cut In ,bodied from California, has a full-
IT h'1"1: 1I SPICY Roll out one portion on floured or to be more authentic . fruitiness that remains
PEAR CRESCENT board Arrange half of the skewered Marinate MOUNTAINS GROW to compliment the apples even
i pear pork. porkcubl's
,wj 1 (I pound, 13 ounce) can slices, on half of the dough lace on skewers, and HONOLULU (-Some of Ha after the gentle cooking vaporizes .
the alcohol
I 'f.1Janislt; + fi. Bartlett pear halves Sprinkle with half of the topping broil until done.: For a unique waii's mountains are growing cinnamon candies in the dissolved wine. Red in
2/3 cup milk made by combining top touch, toss a raw spinach and higher as the years pass; others the
ee I teaspoon sugar ping Ingredients. Fold dough In sesame seed salad with French have shrunk syrup provide the delightful
1 package dry granular 'the center. dressing. Ice cream balls rolledin That's how things appear to spiciness.
ef' yeast I Moisten edges slightly and toasted coconut make a festive be, according to figures recent. A topping of sour cream, a
} 1 cup butter 'seal by fluting, Slash across the dessert. ly issued by the U.S. Geological sprinkling of grated orange
Vi cup very warm water top diagonally at inch intervals Survey, but they really aren't. peel and small) glasses of the
: a1\erg 4\egg yolks, lightly beaten Repeat with remaining PORK AND BEAN LUAU It's just that a new and more dessert wine, California Port,
4 cups sifted flour portion of dough. Place on 1 medium green pepper, cut accurate way of measuring ele put the finishing touch to this

l V4 teaspoon salt lightly greased baking sheet in 1-Inch squares-- vation Is being used._.r,_.,_. simple dessert.yet wonderfully sophisticated
TOPPING and bake in moderate oven
3 tablespoons sugar ((37 degrees) for 33 to 40 min. WINE POACHED APPLES
2 teaspoon cinnamon utes. Drizzle with powdered To /Keep Spices' Charm (Makes 4 servings)

qf. ii : f ; : + &; : '): tl'J; Vi teaspoon mace sugar Icing Slice diagonallyand i 2/3 cup sugar
M :2 teaspoons grated lemon rind serve warm. Free From HarmThe Vi cup red cinnamon
L "J YJ cup chopped nuts HINT For easier handling,I Keep 1 cup California(Burgundy,
.r,,.,,, ,rr.,,,,,,,, ,,; Southgote Shopping Center Slice pear halves and drain transfer rolled dough to baking, Claret or other red
Phone MU 2.2151 thoroughly on absorbent paper sheet before adding pears and homemaker visiting her ss well as mite invasion, and dinner wine
Scald milk Add 1 teaspoon topping, favorite supermarket finds thai glass provides it due to the 1 tablespoon lemon juice
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.lftdllll! !2II,. - ._--- never before have there been fact that the bottles and jars 4 cooking apples
10 many spices( attractive in can be tightly resealed. (This Dairy sour cream
I flavor ,and in appearance to is one of the reasons why cel Grated orange peel
|choose from ery, garlic and onion salts Combine first four Ingredientsand
Of all cooking Ingredients usually have been packaged In heat slowly, stirring frequently .
:&/i'f& 1,850OO Shopping Spree spices have the most romantic glass) And now all spices and until sugar and candies
r history, dating back to the very herbs can be bought In glass are dissolved. Add pared and
: beginnings of time. Today, when containers I cored apples, and cook gently
everyone can savor the nip of The simplest dish can be until tender, turning carefully
black pepper, or the delicious turned Into a gourmet delight'to avoid breaking apples. Chilln
aroma of nutmeg, cloves or with the many spices availableand syrup Serve with sour cream
ginger, It Is difficut It'.' fun to experiment How,and a sprinkling of grated orange
that they were once regarded I ever, culinary experts warn that r peel\, if desiredSmoked .
1ST PRIZE -I A SECOND 10 THIRD FOURTH as treasure, hard to discover the spices must be used sparingly
JLU PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES and transport. If you can taste the seasonings .
UiiiU (Yet we do all remember, you have used too Tongue
"1 don't we, that it was the, quest much, they say Spices must
i for a "shorter" route to the blend with the food in order to Adopts Tasty

Far East where the spices came bring out its best flavor Try Rarebit SauceServe
from, that caused Christopher adding mace to chicken casseroles
s,;. ';"'''1 Columbus to set out on his caraway to lamb stew, or
It hot! Serve It cold!
\ famous "wrong way" voyage coriander to pea soup
__ t ,.\-_ __ - .. that discovered America) If you would like to know more Either way is delicious when
t's tongue! And the
Most homemakers have a wide about what spice U best with tongue you
G- variety of spices stored away In what food, spice charts easily select may be either fresh ,
HALF-HOUR kitchen cabinets or on spice can be obtained from spice companies pickled, corned or smoked
10.1964 MERCURY Here smoked
shelves and this exotic collection You might keep a spice tongue Is dressed
SHOPPING SPREE FOR YOUR STATION WAGONS PLUS 10 QUARTER-HOUR can become a rather expensive chart handy along with your In a rarebit sauce for serving
100 GIFT CERTIFICATES! hot over toast points or rice
ENTIRE investment Because cookbooks Or, frame an attractive I
A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF AUTO FREE FAMILY It easily adapts to a brunch,
($31500 TOTAL) spices usually are used in very spice: chart and hang it
MERCURY WAGON! EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES! SHOPPING SPREES I Redeemable h.r'YOuobt"ln'dyour small amounts they last for long on your kitchen wall. lunch When or cooking supper i menu. I

All the groceries you and your family These Mtrcurys are loaded with op- You and your entire family sweep what Entry Blank. periods of time. It is, therefore The many hues among your tongue, it may a smoked I
can carry to the checkout counter In t onUa-powusteeringpewubnkn' you want off the shelves of your favorite 10 $1,000 Certificates important to keep spices from I spices contained in glass bottles a few hours beforehand.soaking Cook
30 minutes art yours reel I Plus a 1964 automatic transmission. And-to top grocery stortt You have IS exciting 20 $500 Certificates, going stale, from drying will sparkle on the home spice the tongue slowly, covered
Mercury Station Wagon to carry warythem off-you get auto supplies and mlnutts to takes what you want ,.. all 30 $250 Certificates, and losing their flavor rack and dining room table. water in a covered utensil with
thing home service worth $5001 absolutely frtel 40 $100 Certificates Class containers have provedto creating an attractive picture low about 50 to 60 minutes Al
be the answer to this prob I while providing the protection pound. per
lem. For one thing spices. reqUire necessary for these exotic sea 1 Smoked Tongue Rarebit

protection from moisture_ sonings.! -- -__ _____1 10 to 12 slices cooked smoked
tongue, or 1 can (' ounces)
2 tablespoons butter
tablespoons flour

FLORIDA FREE SHOPPING SPREES! Hrt ell that you do to enter pick up a ,,? ''//, teaspoon teaspoon dry paprika mustard
era Entry Blank whtrtvtf Ptpsi-Cola it told
FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF GROCERIES VALUABLE GIFT CERTIFICATES! Print your name and addrtis, and tht name 1 cup milk
and oddreii of the tort on tht back of thtEntry ..__ 1 cup grated Cheddar cheese
PLUS FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY Blank or on a rtatonoblt focsimitt' Vi teaspoon Worcestershire

OF AUTO-EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES So many additional I prixes I It'* hard not Drop your Entry Into the SHOPPING, SPREE sauce
container' in the itort or mail to Pepst l-Cola Cooked rice or
PLUS FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF to win! In the area served by the Pepsi- Bottling' Company of Loktlond, P,O. Box Cut toast points
Company of Lakeland, 'tie, Loktlond, Florida .0. l ",. tongueInto thin strips
PEPSI-COLA! hen'IBIoben93 food store Shopping about 3 inches long Melt but.
(The 1964 PcptlColi lon'o' ,,' SI.I'tO.OOO ter or margarine. Stir in
Groceries worth $1,500 . auto supplies worth Sprees . 176 Gift Certificates redeemable Shopping Sprat open' to rtudtnt ot eon (paprika and dry flour,
valuable whtrt It It moos tv.!l,blt I by lo:.l haWcma mustard Add
for merchandise
$500.,152 case of Pepsl-Culal You II\ be set for Bottlir. Otter void ,,h.rtvtr prohibited by 1 milk gradually and cook stirring -
a year! I.w. Otttr ctoi.t May 31, 1964) : se constantly, until thickened.
gar it Add cheese and cook

EASY. TO ENTER! HEW WINNERS EVERY WEEK! # 1 i slowly cestershire until sauce melted.: and Add fold Wor very in

tongue strips.
'OTTLIO ay rlKl.EalaOTTIINa COM'.NY 0' "lLANO. ay ".OINT..T O. "lrat.COLA laTTLING cO..Y o. "IW Yoax i'......", ,-- I Serve over cooked r':e of
toast point. Four itr..r1 ;-

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Sales of Allied Stores Corp., axes during the 40.week LI .r ltd "** .. Morwttk
period Iron bed IIOml>I.I.. I tlrtliht Rate* Dpoa R.ee.e. will .... lauall rearytteej .Cn..1 Lab t C..... of Florid. Pr.. F1rid -
of which Maas Brothers i Is a ended April 4 totaled $15,201.544 sphere of influence. chelre. krt.kf*.l table. HI O lip I* 9* netttu I SaP II.VIIANC. WORK BtarUBI py AM. MO 4J1J7HORTICULTURE.

subsidiary hit a record of $829-. which represented a percentageto 1 Prime Minister Tunku AbdulRshman's chair O .. Chair, vanity, WANT AD DEADLINE Fh.B* MU WitS per 50.1. Wt ban e lm.eitlltlt .
cheat of drawer
807.000 for fiscal 1963 and net sales of 227 and earningsper charged All llama will b. on exhibition O Futile*fa*WOOD* AM EMPLOYMENT It.., m.r.** .In.1 kttwMB ...*

earnings rose approximately 10 common share of $1.20. This! government durlnr hu.lneee hour and *t eel.. Do .MII..* '2. ....rl.o.re."lr'
Indonesian leaders are conduct All Him final for oath to hlh- Mendel. II,00 A H *iturcU? w* her a *...I.L 71 rtlllztr, F.id, Sell
to $13,600,000 14.40 Ien help Wsst.d
cent. or compared to
pet earnings after taxes II I I'I apt i.idd.r.ShERMAN' moods. 4..10 P M MadyWtttoMday 5 rovrtm lr atw CoatariMr _

per share of common stock, it $13.371,792 during the 40-' ng a campaign of subversionand IIOVINO STORAGE 4'10 r M TtiMtfay ,. ottmta. . IM LaktltndHill -ROUND FBAT Bl..k 154intl -
Bl d Deily OIl S m .
made known today. Earn week period ended 8 ]963 'I 1IIDY. IlIPPlSI.l. .r. mint. LMtud 1200 -..
was In
April military aggression an 2vura435 .
Mr*. Harry E. Freemtn, ower FM. WxtfiMtftrtltfw P. .... I.Ol". Cu.MU '-. MO ""U.
; ash Pt
ings for the previous year had which represented a percentage effort to topple this Young Ami-, Dte4 tIlls lib day. of April I.... 4M r, M Thurd I.prl. Cal LARGE FHOBPBATB lead ter

been $12.468.000 or $401 per to sales of 2.09 and earningsper Communist Federation as-a step U-OOI Saturday. U 00 Nora PrMayuiwu -1:3. NATIONAL CONCERN Ca.1 s.udal I dirt ta fill

,. S 30 Ptl rtMat B MU BJ07BIktland .
common share P.
share. of $1.M. ATTENTION .
toward their goal. NOTICf TO CKtDITOMS I DISPLAY ft Of It Itoklki lor Soil MireMltiit
Theodore Schleslnger president IN THI COUNTY JUOOSSCOUFIT Monday. |! 00 A M Saturday EMPLOYER a EMPLOYEE .. fr Mitt tad Mnie fork OIIND PUT SI euhln oarS
* The accusations were con- 'IN AND COO T M4y. 1190 Moos Monday Mutt b* o.tr SI Car eeceutrr, [ P551 Cornoosy .
and chief executive of thenation' tamed: in a II.page white paper COLIc COUNTY FLORIDA Wtdneed? IM'Ui. ier.U" *f Pnrd.'i ta-I-, O.'L..lt to 1191 ..HI,. For Hlllt Slid *-I7M

second IN RB:: ESTATE: OF S M r. M lleadty oat .rOW110'0" aitntrW 1.'tIW. apply tot CUUN top fill '
largest depart issued ..lkf lUC el. d'r
Haven Salesman by the Internal Security t. a/k/a U 1. SiosaDomaa.d. Thurulay t.n I lUI .. ., er Bttiu- I .4. DrKt
lAcy Sloan
. "
III . hat Ui ., lewUi .rl.
ment store chain. released these Ministry 100 P. M Ti MdaPrldar I .10 a .. 1..Caldwtll tl -t.tt.
the ilete el Florid
figures today from New York. Cited To All Creditor and P...on* Havng S 00 P. M Wedntidi
By Firm Made Public Olalma or Dmanda Agalnat Saturday, If 00 "Noon Thursday V2 Week's Fee 7 flewsrt Stedi, Pant

Sales Rise Held katatel undo. S 00 P. u. Thur.di, I
The document was made public You and *arh of you are h rhynntlflcd Ton Udr vill aol a* r*. ) METALLURGICALMINING SCADs TRtl .**.1.1.. Rain, UtM,
Regarding sales, he noted that Harry S. to file In duplicate all MUlal (of ....rob... ass COons .n..L.O. hiBMe tin. Ultnoii. W..ln
Lube, manager of the B. C. two days before general, lalma and dimanda vhltb you laoorrect, ....r\Ia.. PUce enr *mpl.'mat ..1.wend > cola.. ..mo. *er .. ..
they rose 7.7 per cent S59.003- Morton elections In the 11 states of Iota agilnut th* **tat. of Larr i. Beeda la the haada euroatptMBt ENGINEER PIM' euctlyptut. doanoo4. 7le.
000 above fiscal 1962. Allied Organization's Polk Sloan sfbI.... J. Mlnan. dcaid, THI LAKELAND LEDCU Mipleroiiat MunwloftAM ..rkl..nl. ISO Ow.nt Nur.44JJ .
County financial,service centerIn Malaya the core of Malaysia In th* offli o( Diehard! A. Bronnon TELEPHONE ,.. aIr,. tauth FlCLODINO .rld..
fiscal year ends Jan. 31. In which Rahman's Alliance I count Judi., at hi. nfflc In th. "IU.tor lrsda010551a500 OOT Sod inep.drtien .
Winter Haven, Fla.. has been City EmploymentRm. t* thlfi aup.r.nisam A.I.

Schlesslnger reported on other named ""Sales I Party Is seeking a landslide return -Court within Hou.ill talindar. *t Bartow mouth. Florida* trum
1963 highlights as are containedin man of the C to power The Alliance April n. 1..4. which In tIe dat of 208 Arcade Bldg : pbs tion. 1.h..h.la a man DIllon tiperieattprlrrtd snort CUT Roots and 11.*1 nu kuihtt

the annual report 'mailed to Month" his has based its electioneering on 'h. flrat publication of thla notica.Eath ANNOUNCEMENTS I Mows,.,, will ctnildtrk .a Doctor H"., root .1.. RloIilousa
by claim or demand stool b In
rectnt iradutte Oood oepor- Seats ,* At
stockholders next week. resistance to the "Crush Ma- writing, moot elate th. plar of S3 Help Wents. femaleKCRSTARf basIl, tot .d..m'OI. aloIIutmplOy5 .U.. ..ni .

He said the company made 'Irm.With the Morton :aysia policy of Indonesian of rldnc lh. claimant and post moat office ba addraai iworr .. 5 Psrtonal Netlceslor W AI 505 .t IS .m* I* ..n'l pi. Stnd Rellint re.u- .11.
"Aml. I. Feeds FruIts
material progress and took a Organization President Sukarno. to and moat b* filed a* .,n..ld.or .. aualnazd l.d".La Cytntmld 7 Varbl.
......, I .ro D..t..I. Amol.n
.!.. aam will be.'om* v,>ld. 5112 5504 U500 aa( Brtd.
number of important steps in a little over I The white paper said Indonesian Kh-N.NKTH Y. lILOAot. sectIon ._. DI.I IIU I-aN $ 1., ttwrttiaadOeatral Florida. ittllnt.1"1...". IRRIEB, YOU "
1963 which should further Increase three years', Lulus planning Is based on Kxtoutor lor *ui.... Culhrroo Usidwaro .BBI sOlos'. .'" t..II.. *.fU I.. iptritart tad itarUai it.. 77IS, Nov SOt Ttmpa tutrl ."... ,Ha.. ..

sales and profit In the thus becameone thinking of the late Prof. Mohammed UI7I LOIS SLiP c..., Oh**. lot ..lailaa. I.c.ll.at 'rl. ." .ry dMlrd. AU rtplltt keld Sooootldss II.
ca Chtitimt Ret!. tlt-6070 OreetrlM. apply Florid ,. RD1T FOR tale. hat or b..1
years ahead. The Allied president of the very Yamin described as NOTICI TO CMKDITOelS .bediprtede, olin *otr*. ,,13 11. Bouta nor Id. 0.a.*nuDIPtNDABL .. ne run Alto thl.. 3541 ..L

noted that in 1963 in addition few B.C.M. rep "the leading exponent of Indo- IN THI COUNTY juoaia .Auitma..... rdi tiirlilBi sad latlallMiwJB. ....*. tor- WOMAN .iperlno "10 SQUAt OrlT11 llsrlda. 011-1011

nesian who COUNT IN AND FOR dredt III itnolrt to from ** with It ous.ar t Bad .hlldreo aWLOY"
to opening or expanding resentatives- to - .. Expansionism, FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA ehoot .JI *Mk' Mrt O.r" 335North 7 Iandscaplag

stores In two rapidly growing be singled out stated In 1949! : IS R!!.: t-XTATK OF CHRISTIAN NOMBTMa bos Ktaliiekr, THIRI S ONS rain I* Folk Coun.ty .

areas, "corrective actions were for "Salesman LULOSof "After the fruition of the first LOtlSM: HKLh.MO: J Dtrad TLRVER.. pen tIn BMdt Bpecltl ef etuntloa each ptiltol.iltta MO M wt 0.....vhs II.U boos taIntern HARDY SOD CO.

taken in localities where continued the Month" honors on two! Indonesian step In the struggle To All Creditor and I.enuti* Hav ',.5253AUTO SECRETARY I '. *Hi In 1 OM a man 0 jutl aMul. a llv.mi ISmtrrled N-sIlO' w.0,usnoo

not ngLlalma or. IXmanda Agalnit tMSORANCS ltd ta a. t rMpecltd eltitm In EST ATI
operations were different occasions. for independence (from the .Held til''.! .1.... ae lararuett. hoot tIll* community. Hti ..., 55PnArIOa IRt

deemed helpful to overall performanCe "Actually," said Bernard Netherlands), Indonesia will norrd.lI: : earh of you Ira hrby ....Ib. t* 05V.CsiI MO S-a4a ..' potlllaa lorthn witS' a dttlrt 1 k* labutuitM ., W 5-5555
: to fll* In duplliato ill ad cturU. trpiBi tar WOIIKI Model. pll.'
and long range profit Carver president of the company hen launch her second plan to, lelm* and demand whkh you SHIRLEY PLOWIR aod-k'e heu .. \eara all th IrllI.I. .Inl.., and iridlnt' Si .
1.0. 3340 S th
goals" Form a federation of hava a.aln.t lbs caiat of Loiil. Florida. Com ... lraduoo. Tha . yard Mtdini and
"Harry's come awfully ea'teml p' lm. f mllllntry luppllM.
Hol.o. Turner. dec* .d In th* JUstnesS Pornio'rioposII. cant hat sims kuu Mlllnteltround irtdtni ...-.u.. 011-1411.
Earnings In 1963 reflect in close a number of other timesto itates comprising Indonesia,, offke of Rlwhard ::. 'BroninnCounty trero. aiaterliltCUSTOM .,. .a 5511,0 IsiS or nntidtrtklt Pub

the full benefit of the 7 receiving the honor Of al Burma, Siam (Thailand), Ma-: Judg, at hi* office In the MADE dr..... Md U.i aUol tiptrltaot. If thIs ml..iulmlnooi *
part ......
Court Jloura at Bartew. Horlda. .. aad >llr.o..ri. Fre *itimitei tin ,.u. tall Mr F.UIttll INSRUCTION
per cent investment credit as of our several hundred managers laya and Viet Nam and the within *li clndar month. from la yeur hem, tut urmt III. .for .tppeiatmentWANTED ,

provided for in the Revenue Act and representatives in 65 Philippines. April II, IM4 which I. th* dal ofh LLI Call Mri, Burns. atl lot*. HAVE OPENINGSfor : SHARP tlUBttr Bin Dancing, MutU

Before tInt publication or this flours. ALL KINDS ......."'r rtptlirk Qoo *pprl Bltr Iomadoaaon>1 1
rf 1964. taxes earnings offices nationwide Harry ranks Views Endorsed I bach claim or dtinand mont b* In .!* PerUUon work. perch work experienced mini, SpoIl McDonald Hambunen PIANO TTACTItR ,*B scoopS Pu5115 -

for the fiscal year ended January among the lop dozen or so in writing, mul .1.1. th. plat'. of *... II hour, Mr w.... Ill-sail 718 lout Mtmorltl Blvd tOt IBiUvrtloB So.SI .

31. 1964 were 27685.000 both sales production and client "These views," the paper raildenc and pet styles addr.* .alesl.dlt WANTED APPLICANTS nntri ad 1'1"1 ne,d. MU I-ISJ8
of th* claimant' mu.t b* awoino and
against $25,783,000 In the previous -service" stated, "were warmly endorsed and mut b* flld a* for.Mid, BUILDING TRADES Ira Cnmotny. ipply. 110 I* prrten w.., Lion Ytllow Bl.IXFCRISNCSD ., .... Wlol.d Oi. SOS Wood.

at the time by Sukarno who or alas urn. will\ become .told Icretar :
year. The Morton Organization. EMMA O riSHKHKx iWN. many boor el Arthur
spoke of a Pan.Indonesia . !: utrlim 14 'ull.II... Coretntsrlng Age 20-0 lulldlnt tupply .11 Nii', array initr'uotleB lott I *m
Quarter Down founded In- 1948 deals in mutual between n.... jl IB idl tklet eeunur Apply In TllCtlly UBtblt t* UM Wit
the Islands
funds, insured savings association covering *JOOrtKO WINDOWS. alumlauaiidlt. Apply Personnel Office ...,.. Imperial Lumber Com 5.11 Una ihtply .-14.
Schleslnger laid it Is note Asia and Australia NOTICE TO AFFSAFITOl p.,rhi. rtpalrt. altr*. Mass Brothers piny Mlihwiy I SoOth, Brlwnorld .'
placements In .
tieni to Bieothi to p so BSCeBtraatlBi kkselsLORIDAB
worthy that 1963 pre-tax earn vestment insurance, and other "The Comunlsts too . saw A. f. LULU: c....**.. lan... 1

ings increased despite a first in the Pan-Indonesian dream a itooldonca unknown.YOU Fhooe MU I IU1 A. Uai..,. 5. Saletmss) 1 ,
related financial services.Lakeland ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED" can MO a-jojt F. ...... LAROSaT and awn
quarter which had seen earn means of establishing their to fll* your wrltun lI.f.u.**. If :o4tr* keenly Mliool, LaktliadMuly
In. Slth day of ,,*.. ,*r hMM Collite. Ill B. Flat St.mpltuly .
ings of $1,347,000 below those * power in the focal center of to any th*on Complaint flld aialnut May IOU 21 *..flng $20 TO $30 lLI.IIAI. .WAIT at. O.I..o! I .... .. .. eondliied -

of 1962'f first quarter. Southeast Asia," the paper said I.. th* circuit, Court of SoIls Ciuny WEEKLYtExchange plus some .. amyt ptrklni 0-411
Florida' b r\lng of ROOFINa DSFBNDABLB work- ltl lift. totlduit BadKIII
? a copy CONDITIONING rtfrlm
Earnings for the final three Man Indonesian Reds the document -your Aniwer. t* the complaint on OX mannut' Itir ptyaitnu Mo- ." *... .r."r Bordta. Dairy. AlI lD. mm BMdtd Wt tram y*..
L. Drle
Olnntt Lumbar. c......,. loo 4
lh. IHalntlff Uladatona In.ll.
a ttorny. Coitimtrei.l
helaid showed improvement build the your spare or *
quarters, said helped .,.. T.
up W MO 0-1141 Wt .
Receives Award L. kililoM. IIS North Magnillivnu MID Ir.peeole for taltork tots. 80' 1-21. L.kl.n" lad.
sufficient to offset Communist time for excellent earnIngs -. .
Malayan party. \ Oilanilo, Florid. and lIla, ALL TYPES rMidtatltl er tornmenial f\l in t' Hunitndt Couny
the decline early in the year, which "played an Importantrole th* I fbI In the office of the roofi rtotirtd' or rtplMdMcCer selling AVON Cosmetics. vhs htti pr iui ..ltttprlaet .
From Gulf Life rt of the Circuit I I'ourt, whichlillflhiff : l Hoof.ni and Bhiel Mtil *r lefuitomtd t* mtt
and provide an Increase for in the events leading up ,'ou.. ie entitle*. I*. it iswti>n. Mt W tt OlIn.. lOCO ..a III A few good territorieiavailable. Ins iSo public, will tontidtr I COOl CLASSIFIEDINDEX
done v*. A. ''. ('rH and Mudli mao sod womtn BklM tllowtnt.
the 12 months. This was to the Comunist-Inspired and defendant ALL TYPE reolint rtplrd er lommlMlont. COO,..., paid' vtcalea .
cr.il: Chancry
substantial E W. Fitzgerald, manager ofGulf repltrtd Rrpalrt turtnu>td BC .
t hoiplttlltitloa Inturtnii
said Schlesinger despite that took .
instigated emergency" No. till! SI 457, **m. being PMIOB Roolint C*. ...-.n. Write P.O. Box 11J5 sod 5,0011-a. For Anneunesmsntsn
Life Insurance Comp.nY'1Lakeland .Lbo .10.
liquidation costs in Kan- Malaya more than 10 years to a cult to forclo. mortgag covernf lolIoles. 110555 I

sss City and Fort Worth plus district office, receivedthe beat down. Polk th. following County (Florida loa'rIbod prop.rtyIn 24 Plaster. Steecs or tree, '..1.PLUMBING. ,1 1-01'. 1 i M000Srl.05Oard.ST0soSs, '

for new company's top sales trophy Lot 401, INWCXD VLBDIVlMION Auetieno
pre- 'peDlng expenses 4 Lett end Found
Cal 68-1
during a regional meeting held Unit *4, aa per map nr FLAiTBRina FATOHINQ 500 P I
the Al : tie?
on .tII.. AlUrattoBt =
tores Commenting INTH CIRCUIT COUNT, Plat thireof recorded lit th* sod addition I PI.uIJ.t'
mart division he said that the at the Holiday Inn Friday and uNTIl JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, Puhllo Record of POlls County, Fret. MU Mtlmatn S-OSM. 11..0.... Jolt Tol.aoa. 0 Fannt rr.o.o.rt.boo" Oermeet*
a Saturday. I "OLK COUNTY FLORIDA FlorIda.othsrwi waItRess Frldar *n' HEATING 0
three stores have completed IN cHAMIInVC. ** a Decree Pro Con'..., ; alurday, N WANTa. '.. On, .
year's operation 'and despite a The trophy wa| presented to ... N.. UOOt. Docket 12, will be entered ...In.L you ffailure BUSINESS SERVICE 31 Uuit have tr.a eaautiee\. *''I .
somewhat discouraging start Fitzgerald by James B. McAfeeof Fate N.. |41 la appear, plea or sswarsa MU_i jot J. ,-:'fRM H'' AND :- ; "SI :
JAMES rRAMkLIN MUTT. r""I..1I by law her.ln 50'r'
Jacksonville executive vice AND L5'Ns Wanted Too 14 *. 0.1.
there is ample evidence that Plaintiff wiTNbOH my hand and official 30 Booufy Porters II
mod worltlni
to be president! of Gulf Life at a -....- .eel this tilt day of April, A. P. eiarr elh.r ktaitlt ondll.n.. : AIR CONDITIONS: It :
this program can prove luncheon meeting on Friday at AdMUf EDNA BUTTS I.... CLAItA'1 .aAUTY Solo' ,. .....1.'" .ad ohtraour. reliable .. I I. If o.nV 1. ;
profitable." The Almart stores Defendant D H. SLOAN JR. Clerk b..uty lerolct, heir ..,lIn.. hkleolorint loed h..I. Contact Mri. Ems Car Excellent 50 II :
with the Lakeland Yacht Club as a Nttlc* Of Suit (SEAL) peraiineBU. Oik A..nu. .t KurilDf Html. loa essenU.1 N "_ !
are designed to compete tribute to Gulf Life represents THFi HTATK OK FUtlUDA" TO: Byl Vivian A. pun'I.. >- In KttbletB. Clark Oirland. MD MelteB ::ro..I.. FlarldtPhoa potental Liberal il *.ee ln*
discounters. AGNES KDVA BUTTS, who.. U. Ci 1-0070. wo t. > U Sheet Melel
Ives in the Lakeland area for Itot known adilrtt : Rout* Sbint. Olad.ton U )CoblnoaAttomosy **ma benef in- II la'A Te Sere** ,::

* being leaders of the company's : Alabama.You for IMalntiffIIS 36 lawitmewsrs ft SenrkaOEOROS rr.DIPINDAILI.WHIT my .mliht .. saving and re- II.A wimifiln e.
sales for the first .r* hereby notified that t.lit North Magnolia Avenu houMinpioi Cal Mu 14 Pi..5om-tsoaa
top .. for dlvorc bu bun film Orl.ndo. Florida '. LAWN Mowtr Rtotlrt. :3.It IT. Irement plan, paid vacations Is W.Sdioa

W. C. Schaub three months of 1964. ...In.t you In th* *bov* entitledrequired 11111 pasdraa l I'... kltdotharpened "AI"ao 'lor 'day immediate discount luilnois Servleilur
Fitzgerald and his staff will "SI.... awl that you arc h..b' E . OIl Beulhtra A.*nut d WAITI, II M N ." 5In5IIn5I
to *er.'. a copy of your IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF" ....12.. .2' MO *.*"*! privieges. Contact Aosonslto. Sa-hb.saIse
Elected Maas welcome the managers, leading .n..tr nr other written a>fen.ee THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT --. - - : : 0 I II '
sales supervisors and leading anon WALThR: W MAI'I.ICY.plalnUff" OFFLORIDA, IN AND FOR I Mr. 5! *.. :iSv.
i wIaad1ra.. CHANCaftVCM o Penonnel Manager So.olylalom
attorney FOLK COUNTVcIN ,
Vice President salesmen from the following 1. P.O. Hot IM Lakeland Hor- .No 417 4 Docktt II Ward I,I I Orono'.bl,8 M"I.

areas: Key West Miami, Ft. Ida on nr before th* 4th dr eUev Pig N'", 10* BUSINESS SERVICE Montgomery Os Heiwe *.. "!.
Lake Wales Orlando AD. 1M4 and befor or ImnrdlKI'ly NATIONAL BANK (IFWEMTCHEHTICR. uua. 1026 East Memorial 4 eetlne **r..ee, lleMhI
Lauderdale, : 0 Slndl'On.IsO-OS.mn.ry
w. C. Schaub Mass Brothers thereafter to fll WH1TFPLAINH
430. No S Lomrnsoa.S.oiaIp
Blvd 9:30 to
for the Winter Park Sarasota 'li* Clerk of th. abVa tyld Court a National; HankingA'coclatlon : : ..._- sonarco'..
treasurer and controller ha orlln.1 or .101 .n..., 0'oald Plalntlll Saturdays. I alsolan. 0,1.0O.. SalraSO
four has been elect- Tampa St. Petersburg. wrlll.n ..,.n.... If sty. -v_ -reptiy
past years
Sales clinics will be conductedby If you fell to do *n. decree pro MARaARRT R. hA\B: DIRECTORY 10 : Tiinln*
ed to the position of vice presl a home office staff Including lonfeen will k. tntered. eitlnut ('lt ;WNISII. formerlyMARUARrT "

dent and treasurer, and a member 105 for tho .u.r d.m.nd.4 10 R KANEeto. :. SI W.rk Wasted ;...
directors of .I. W. Geiger director of agencies -1/'" rnmnUlnt.ITVtm .. *t ala.! DefendintNOTIO ) 3O I .
of the board of Earl E. Peters. C.L.U., director : my hand and offlrl OF SALE FOR YOU TO USI AS A QUICK REFEXINCI a *-l lOleenin
the department store organiza ....1 of offlr at Btrtow. POlkCnunl Poll. I. h..by glvtu Ihat Filmoant TF.ACTO WORE WUM4 II..- *
of sales development and Klorldi this loth day of . .,.. Int aad diMlat Ntw nulpmentQuick *r OM ee Berwl**
action was taken at to a find det r* of f. I* Wiuh Oleek *)*Ml*
tion. The NEED .
WHEN YOU ITI Ctll for frit Mil-
assistant. ) AD 114D above lervle
field March thv
G. L Hodges cloeur ntred In so-
.. Prod 1. Pews. UTJ *o31JUNIOIl :: Oh.014O-J3l05
the annual meeting of directors, H HLOAV JR titled can** In the Irciilt Cu.rI >- 0.' -

and the following were reelected * SEAL) Clark Circuit Court ,of Polk County UnrWa. I will coIl. Picture Primes WSOT all liwa Mrvlot Impl..n'I
By buclll llt.tlng Appliance ,
th* property .11 U.I. In Polk Coim and ipriyln htui wathlnttod 5rnpb.ornon J
to their positions: J. A. Wa Deputy tlrk I,. Florida dewrlhed a* palatial 00.5 %
chairman of the board; v-nt. txrt M, MImi 5' of MILLKR row PROMPT rtptlri .. rtfrltiraiari PI C T U FRAMSS '..UIU. If B* Biwr, MO .300 lOCO11'11 Mole :
terman. Shopping Spree MANOR According I to pint .1LI wnmni ....nln.* todtppllaaiM I,,..**d aituldlnt. CI.I. D'iv. . . Mel =
Melvin S. Stein president, L. NOTiCE CREDITORS thtreof rrord In Plat Nook call Thrifty City rttdy ...d.. 0.1... Af lboI. c.o 1.'.
IN THt COUNTY juoaaaCOUNT I Sn?, Orl' .,. MALI. diilrti part
B. Graham, vice president. Ray Promotion BegunBy IN. AND FOR 41 1'... 41 l...hll Rrord efPalk I a.r lre Department. ttt-01U .L..t. ITIDIIT.._..In. aoiuloa Call il *0.00.. 5,11015.5.5

K. D FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA i'Dun I", "'"rill.. APPliance. ServicedfFR1PPtfThEE5o.r.i' Plumbing Supplies .U.IOI. .*.. .kelwtt s 10 Work Wt td
Hough vice president,
III B.; ):otsts nf 1F at puhlln HI*, ta the hlgheit end ...k..y*. financial
vice president and secretary hon bidder for cull, at ins South ad
Rippey, PepsiColaAn J. WADER, > .
'ront Dour of the Polk Counl) Pylon. rtlMneblt FrM ..Llm.... K S M0llRt4 Do-la t001soltPIumhIoa LION CARFtNTIRJNd sal .1.1-
John W. Schaub. vice tierce ted > between Window air .odllioonroIeo sod LoavIoui lu..nO tiBUni Work ky o hear :) IeoouIao'l.'to.ba
Courlfcouu In Burtow. Florida. 11 5a5*
To All Creditor and Peraon Ha* tnd Inttalletlon Cull lunhmiADplltnr Pros I.Ior..Llo" sod m I.JIM.
president, and A. L. Schelm opportunity to share in a ng Claim or Demand h5sinaisold 11:M A.>>. and 1:114I: ".)1 o tnd Iltrtrlrtl s-volvo, SIPS .u' sod d.I. MereeetMMen
vice president. bunt: on Ih. nib day of May. "". 52 A.o7trtcjf53fl,_, ,,,, .1. .nli. ."-. .. WAIT CARFKNTCRINO work Bad tWentMl Men $1.850.000 prize kitty was b.u. .r'I" .. at a ..ry reeieniklt
You and *...h of you are hrby ISEAIP.. H *U>AN. JR. 1106.1114 ..., ,
In addition to W. C. Schaub. brought to Polk Hardee and >tlfld to fll. In duplicate .11 l Clerk Circuit Court Ante RipolfS Ssnrtce .rLO M* lot teo tmall 4H tllHRUTIAN Harleultvr.'I .

lecled. aim. and demand whlifc II, Vivian A Purvla t- .. ... MO-rHSR hoops thll .. .
six directors were re- Highlands County residents you ?-Rw-FOi6FP.o.i S Ot > Printing bocull .
M. C svaoca loot lh* ettal of I:. J. Deputy CUrkUITT Benrle C.ater. HIS sortS FlorltlAteaue d.. I In her hem*. Ftaced ytrdtrt l'I blonors. 11
They are J. A. Waterman when Johnny Speir. manager of MADFR d.raa.ed In th* for that .u..... .er slsnroom. Ketwatkl mauI !! '_. .,NeS.f8*

S. Stem J. H Reedy, K. D. the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company nrfk of Rlihard A Bronon Ii,. e.f.ty Inieeeue tat rl MO ALL$4404 your Cenmrrcitl pnntlni .. P.... 5534051PA157100 Unit .
Robert CountJu<1.., it hi. nfflr. In th* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHC o family ttr. with Ih. elet.treel SPECIAL prlc IB II Bleerln
Rippey, A. L. Murphy and of Lakeland announced Court Hou. at Bartow Florida.within TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. eqitlpBtal. Our aiMhkaicitn ln,0.loitotbIdo.." llthotrcphlniRodtoter trlre tlie social block ;b
Macht the: sponsorship of the 1964 oil ,'*!<>ndr month from IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY ispertly likt ...ef ell *O.smIS . tukriBUed HJ-161S tiler Tree E.t.
April tl. l"4. whlih I* th. data Bth FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY .. rtpkiri. Call Ill-iail opus. : Breve
W C. Schaub attended TamPs Pepsi Cola Shopping Spree promotion tint publication of thin soil.. NO. S2SSI.12.ITS E Autntlan Udltt' Wt sIns BH S.nle no ...ur

schools and U a graduateof I ,....h rlalnt or d.mnd .u.t h* In TUB F.AV1NHH BANK OF ]) 0..." 1""p 'AlNIlMO. ,AID OkrOOsIOt semI Initrvcllas
Pros oust.ato.d -
m.Olstor .0,0101elnanlmg
.,ltlnl.It".t *tat. fh* plara 01 UTICA a New fork nanklna1 1 .n. .111.10. .. .,.
week u Moolano
Plant High School. He graduated I Highlights of the six con nldenc and pont offtc addreae corporation, Plaintiff, Avis Sat CevsrsLINDt rmomlr. m.boildl,0 Call W" 51
of will be the award of the o 7.44's a.dl.L .' ... Y WORK end l I"a.. 54 "ht=
from the University test of II- claimant. moat b* sworn AUTO Coter*. Cplrte ..- Islet II Al .
national first an ta and mu.t b* fllod .. afor*>ald, ROBPRT: W. PRATT and a.. inttrtort ..3..a. ( raullny Also htdft Sri.- Lv.\
grand prize
Honda In 1940 with a degreein or ale noma will be m. voidKVELTN MART K. PItA)'? hI. wife .ul..tl. MU I.7110Cencrele RAD1ATORB .LK. tltenidoa mini, tall MO 11131FINANCIAL. .
Industrial Engineering find entire family will be set loose ; L. MADtR b.f..ndoIaNOTICE ttblclt. Cyel. Heptlrt I Beet. Belt, Fet
choiceto f"ulrla. OF CLtRK SALE :c ill Scala. Otntler S102 50 Uvonlanb
of their
from 1940 to 1947 was assocUt I in the food store 1.111 NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVES Sooth Florida *' -07 Peunry 4> tueellM
Dep rt : shop to their heart's content that under and In pursuance of LDkbatb : 0050.5. 4 tueeiijtMsrcnandlM
with the Engineering
0.1. . .
Final Dei of t.or. Radio t
for onehali that certain re* tom Ropsif
ment of the Tampa Ship BuUd!absolutely free- IN THt COUNTY JUDOS $ tloeur mad and rendered on tOo ttept O. .'. turk ..d..I. T

big Corporation. hour, Additionally, the grand COUnT IN ANB FOB Jltt day of April A. I). ".4. In cv 1.ld...Ir". .. Merrto It*Mil Rarest RADIO and TV StrvIMplut I Arlnt
I national winner will receive a FOLK COUNTY. FLORIDA .nd br the llonorahl linnfrMtephenaon I, m..ittur proollni. afteryeur 62 leslnesi Opp.rtunitlesCIOOIC5 Beine Stem
became associatedwith FV: Rtt ESTATE Of of Circuit .I.n"f .. no BIwelM, .
In 1947 he Judt* tr* t U rtpairtd I. mod- :
Mass Brothers as their 1964 Itatlon wsgon MISMF M sAitnucT?. Deorenod. Court In and for Polk (00,111. N u era thtp al a fair prl.u. Brlntyour 5U5Mo.M sid IsnouSom000r010s 5 55 i a.... Sw AnUeuMir Bale-
first To All r.dltor. and Pomona HavInn Flnrlda In In addition to the grand MUTCAI. FSNCS Coa var. Inn MI sans 10 *r .I RuSt. A 5a0b00050
representative during the construction Claim or Demand Alnl Number tm..IS.171. and a certain Loweti prtcM. a* daw payBieat. Hoeerd Radio and TV t.1 ILA.. I I i Beet cola,. BupplleeIOO
of Maas Brothers St prize, 120 other national awards Maid Ketet:: : rauee pendln In sold (uurt luaraaleed W* wonl k* .n..?. 3.1170 411 L..IW. Belt to .1. 11 .lIol.1 Sidg, ..... ..
local entrants. You. and ea<* of you art h.,* wherein THE HAV1SHR BANK Of J. t Wo. I lot CoolS AeM *
Petersburg store which vas could! be won by by notified to Vita In duplicate all t.I) told Laktltnd tndutry. MO I' .. 11 C .:*
include: 10 1964 station .. and demand which ,.. UTICA a New Tnrk baoklncrorpnretlon SIll ntlmetetferaltwre BUY I los Furniture 051100551
Since They lalm WANTED TO
opened in January of 1948. 1. th Plaintiff and Scrsan RspalrsaCRIKNS I 44 Bit*. o * hav. ...In.t lila emate of Mlnnl
loaded with a year'ssupply RObERT: W. PRATT and MARY I los Mwelry
then he has held several execu.tlve -wagons M. ParrotS. d ucla..d. In the offl..* K. PRATT, hi* wits. era lbs Li*. inMol wire Polk County 101 Meeklnery A Tl
control divisions of automobile equipmentand of Richard A. Bronxm. County 4. .RIDU Soul l"IDj."n pricoSMsia.r'S aliAJIlD. 00 i Plunkm, >yp* in the fenrinu, I. n. H 0I.0A74. JR MrMnlm weed ermetel ....
positions ..1. I 1 000 Fltnet 4 Blut look
,.. license.
hi offlc In th Court PSon. Liquor
Judo at *
10 quarter-hour .
named, service.: a. ('1.1* of lbs (Irrult Smart for r.II" I..n. Pick deliterym 0.do TtlewtM
and In 1960 was for 10 entirefamilies Hour at Bartow. Florida. wIlltn41a ih. Tenth Judicial Circuit of th* 12 I treasurer and controller for the shopping sprees ralendar month from April Htat of Florida, hall ..rr", for .cen Write Box M-271 10' e.un* *
; 100 kift certificates '.4. whlrh la th* dat. of th* L.Wlm.WI Iipairt Peels" 50.51.4 ( _
tea bllh..t .d
::1..1 .11 and .II I. SwimmIng
| department store organization BiiMleatlon of thla I sntlca.Ea.'I I Lakeland LeJger, tl O l..._,**
to canh
ranging In value from $1,000 boat bidder for al foUl NWOW.. ....
claim or dmand moat b* In <' 'unl, C .. ,. POOLS CL5SSID, 0.5,004. Autometlv
ouury at lbs lolk urlheue ud ... lop sad soil
$100. writlnf. mut ctat* th. plan of tl pal aSad. hriHlt. (uyplletenulpmtal Iw.tlOO .14 AuW Aw "'
at Bartuw. )lorlda. on II < aaot 110 EXACO. INC l.c.ll.Ot C.. .
According to Speir, "T h e retlrtence and pot offlc .dol..,.,., Pb day 01 )Is.. A. P. 11... at ,.r,.. XI. a.nl.r. WH. ". Mala fo .... la Aukura!Is 5,00510151.ay los Aute *
504 SoI..noalm Sobs
nf tr* f-lalmant mint ha awe II *0 A M. th* following < rlhedproperty MU d-tiad 'J. '.1" tttinin' kftilftle 1- .
Winn-Dixie Shopping Spree theme of this to and moat b* fllod a. aforeeald ,dewrlhed In dll Fine PaintIng 1. A. RIUhllBMl ll BuWmekllM Mfinto* .
roll I. i.s.o _I. nail 015,5Orynnn.MClornoo t.L sal AulemMHlM Oer *M*
national event will be carriedon or aba ..m. will b.rnmt vn4itJOHN .." .. of Fnrerlo.ur (It:i.t.. at: ..nto 11-"I lit ,.Mr, Oer*. TruM

Sales Climb the local level too. For our >rt O BARKKITKicuU ylng and being hi Polk ':ouni" "pzxrzbn 1110 SPEcIAL Attrnt A..tileIUI ..In.'. I SSO OFaRATOK for soIl kKit. I". Porn.... "Me_. .
'. Florida and mmpartlcularl> 'n .. ..jt, .11 temptny Mrtmatloa _
Polkliardee "'n| class work o..nI UphtlstirlniIt 431 0550' M. *0.504
top prizes in the laocrll.4 a. follow: P" Small tipital ,... .. ... Twee
and Highlands County area NOTICC OF" CAll but U.* feel of Loin 1 and I 0, toed. .... Coons IIJ4JBSIllrr UPHOLJTIW'O So, 11"I' "', tt*31JI: .:_,. ,l P..t.._.... *
JACKSONVILLE Sales recorded N.nli' la hrehy tivtn thatpurauant In Bloik M Lena Slab., .\u- lontall
I by Wino Dixie Stores we'll be awarding three luckyindividuals to a final d...re. of foi.- bumdal, Morioa according t* ,.ulnlo. WASKIKO. ..i.nj 56501l It* Blip I FTM M ert nt tad Btut drepet. picktad r :, i!SILTS eoret. FARK htw home- 24 I trulertleer .0km. Suuuno ISO
and 5-minute onlrrrd In numberedm thereof recorded In put ,., uterlor IJSOoi P -
15 10 oloeure rail* : Plat .c ..,' POOtI IM I 1 0 orn..I' ... _
I during the 40-week period end the food'. ,-us III, In th* Circuit court Hook 11. ...... 41 and 4IA Mtimui. ffiMniblt prke II). Hilllniiworth.11. ? RaidVsnstlen .I. *I own bwntr CY 1.L'tlWIBtirlenn 11 o.... M._
in .
led April 4 showed an Increase!shopping sprees of Polk ounty. FlorIda. I will **U PublkRecord. of Polk Count). laoS MV1DI Mr TaIwan 1'. .. eeMl._
of their choice. Naturally th* property .iltuat In Polk Coualy. Florida.Ineludod. illn4sVIRnCAL prtatr lor 101
I of 4.72 per cent over the corresponding -I' Company of Florida, donorlbed aai In but not limited l<. I- I ClIID.1.Io.. altO ..st 134 ill :
[ period a year ago Pepsi-Cola Bottling U>t* S and S In Block "f of t.mplr. Wall Healer. Model (15 UDf.CLUS"D AMD M.a. r'll,. P.. TimpiHhear *It Mf' .

of $669.. Lakeland will pick up the'check' Lk Bulh }Hlht. Dlrlilon No. WFA IS.D. Herlal lltM eaaftetared Bepxred. MU SXXI7 tiler I 30 534 .
I A total sales volume No. S. Lakeland Florida, ac. Dated at Bartow, Polk County ADS Nflnlh Al rl..llj im. bolero HO aieraint.VAILASLC $0, ..-c....

E860664 for this year's 40-week 20 rnrdlnf ta plat thereof recorded Florida 1..1. flat day of April, ..klindt' MO ,A. MAY lil: Ntw mat. baa 1* u.Uulab,45 MOUM
The promotion begins April In flat Book I, 41 puhlloricord A. D. IM4 .
nod surpassed last yesr's pace or. Rl "".1.. Mrtlc tUUo Foraioraenea tO MntMl T* .._
and ends May 30 of Polk I County. Florida (VIAL) D H. ftLOAUT JR "O.C phone MO t.IUII Lund Oentale
figure of $639,642,615 by 30218. al public aal.. to tea Hrhaat and Clerk of the Circuit Aid Estate
49 In addition to the free local twit bidder cor cash, at tb* Mouth Court IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 'IW MOOISTRAaaR waS l*.
41 Btekil Mem Let
in*. tnd vtiilly rom *
noted front Door nf th Polk rountyPnurthou 10db County. Florida
.week -shopping sprees. Speir .rr.. S rtittl 10011Its. 44 Aor.._ Lots >_ Bel
Sales during the four period .* In Hartow Florida B, Vivian A Pur> l lDeuity ee 1. thl '.. aou'.oe' P.5nrty
his company will award 29 II.M A. ... ''al City 711 lltl -
4 totaled $69. that between and 2.04 P Mup Clerk BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION C.I - 5.nn0
ending April each week for six weeks May C. A. P. IM'. Li. Pharr Ahner .1 uu P05 ,..- p.-..
P98.751 compared with $86. *- prizes 00 l' H. ItIiA55. .1*. I Tnmbiill all Abort. ... .&..:P"rrl. : '
p5 during the corresponding pe- Ranging in value from $50 tojiOO 1'1.,11 t'lrrult Cnl&tt sl,. IM. \>w h, Hind, Bu: ding mat ._. for 1200 mnth 0.5. : 1 I.. .':'".:
the- will be in the form 4 SlAt., P".t 'ifVb.a B.. '1 ; | DIAL MU 1 MB la Mlllnt II '..r. *,d W Soul 0.151. 5
pind of 1963. an increase of $2 stA. redeemable MI VI'an' A P.. .la. Wini-r, Pal< 1.la t 6.1151-AskForClasi.d,t.. ttdit f aerty e** *utl, I 1 } 0,110050 t. w ssf

SSi.M or 4 13 per cent of gift certifu outlets. S.).I""; I..... I I 11011,025 Its )'11'"""I' Ana.0\prlbvsc.:4o. 1ae Ofoitl E.'oo.a' 1044 Soc.,. : Hobos .Bel
local '11 U-Oil
Una T Dixie earnings after,lat -


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LIVESTOCK MERCHANDISE I -TrlffTNMves 1 US looms Pet lent 139 Unfumlihod, HOVIIIHOUBB

ma eiNiyONW Trwr
e 6ANCT/ ANT -
88_ __ Dogs, Cats, Pets 97 Articles For SII.-Mlle.1 WEVSGOT60LITTHTOOFFEI SORT or LIKE TO IQ LOVELT: FURNISHED-room: prl- FOR ml* nr rent located
= I Carter Corner
prlrata bath telephone at on Elaine
I IHIS ?. WOrV taM antrance
BBTTYB POODLe _p_ rt*.' 1883 MODEL Ha iso ...In. .... ALt. A.ONE IN fl-49S ITS TAKE A PIECH Ideal tar taI_... M>- Drlv.. Phone MU 84FIVB ...

feaalanal iroomlna. "'..... nun.plea ., chin*. Repoiieeeed Saloon 111 12 BEEN GOING WITH ff VWJR PROBLEM? 'It", COLORED: foe w..t. Ibroe rooms
121 Kathleen ....... Mo*.' or II moninlr Phone MU ).38 T US UTELVl W SURS MOULD. WORKING OKNTLBMAN pre ODd bauo. CaJI after I. MV .......
813-4.... Ro.... ....11I21. -- .
I FOR BALB one commercial air CH.SANDV1 ferred. Lane modern furnlibedroom ROOM boom, arms aerooned
MEOIBTIRCO CHmrMROAB conditioner one eode fountain Frivaw entrance. In porch. Between Bacoeie and
month and older. for ..1.. Stud 0.. meat sam, We buy and sellmoot bath room. Reaunaola ....rl..1 Mini, 828 Park Street. Call '02.
.."lee. email ehaeolat .. .. anrthlnr Boulevard Tr.... 4-8708 CIII l phono rim loss 1832 inquire, 124 Stat FaikBtrret
MO 81311RAVI : Ini Port IJ8 Weet-VlniniaZIN1TK PURNI8HED' COTTAOm. Two ,

DALMATIAM PVPP5e. V.r, tis.lonubi. POCKET hearlna aid raomi kath Retired man' Ideal tANGO THREB bedroome. "ou.ble .
.. MU 34510. .1 I emaIl. Call MU lm Mondavthreuch Quiet ahadr .ard... fI.... MO taraa-a. irreoned DO...*.. fence
CHIHUAHUA pupplee Pridealtarnoona ...1,. month ._".. back rard. tI... kath. tub add

Oil.. 111 Wnt Greenwood 10'1 SWIMMING POOL portable. .. NICK QUIET aunt homo. lot tilled obese. Block from labs
24501. Lar. MM Filter, Bun deck H North Kentucky Arenue Fine. Morton Call MO l-OoM

NALI. AltC. .hIt. eolerbr.d0tnlutUrs riot 882J4J8after * dIning too."' ... Bear illy park. 1111 BOOTH Lincoln. Adulta twbedronma. .
poodl. Call NU 3.1823. i LECTROLUX"VACUUM: : cleaner MU ....... breetewar .to..... Jo.

: 1..1. model With attachmenui ROOMS BRCK7B condltlonnl Matolueo Realtor 88.1.3374II .
TINT TOY poodle. blark. Ch>n
with running water MoldscenIc.
plus floor polliher. Barialn. 848
plan linn 20.il South C".LaIL.U .. (* >7 veeklr. OrannHnt PLATEAU Avenue. Five room.
Prlv atu. .r i. Phone .88 1387 .l aa3.7H49 bat*. hot water. I.... porch. IIwcet

HORsES FOR lala. Five lilted .rAPP snwIo ...ohln.. like I MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE I* RENTALS RENTALS I TpV RENTALS MSII.OOWNTOWH. prl..te eel.erases. MO I-8J98
.... only sold for noah .. 11. .
$5 peek, an loAth II.
Jure Mr. I rear old l icldlni 1400 I I

tln Circle and Bar Her 8 82.Ranch. _Count_ )' 1144 OabbllI.'U .llot O"bOUD' S.CHAIII blond. ma. 101 Planes i Muilcel/ Inst. 117 Avtemeellei Wanted I 129 Furnishes/ ] Apartments 129 "ml hed Apartment' 130 F.nttintfJ HauiasLAKIPRONT ROOM Yorll. "AND-40ICI.:board and home ( .1 UI4 .CJVITAK:1 bedrooms. .,. buUt-tn I roome mans Itobalk.

.BEAOLI PU,..... male. ala and IDlae'lIan.ou.bod.trod. storaoo C; d 11 .h..1 IIU SPECIAL BALB o< PaSO Orande.Bludloo WE PAY 818 up hugh enretrurki THREE ROOMS and bath .r.uDd CLOSB DOWNTOWN: Two larriroomt FURNISHED honeaUahta lamllr ildptlr lad._, or."man.. .H with.317*.. and oven. Cot beet IM 00 month.
.... old, .II MU 24600.
.. ,- 304411. Coneolee and. Bplneta ) Free plek up Tonkili 1 floor Diateland lection Phone 114 week. UUIItlee paid. and water Children acceplad 2621 CIV1TAN . rooma
5501.55. 'U"IBRED ftc515Sf. Real bartalna Brown a. 804 Bouth Iron ...1.1. Inc 882-1111 I U\I loasoEXCEPTIONAUT._ _ _ _ _ 333 Bouth New Tort 482-4021. . Call allar I .... week bedrooma. Florid room. IV*
.. ama wear old. 'I.nl Florida NICBapartmenta .' MODERN DUPLEX Thr dan MU 113 30PORNIBHBD 136 Room With Iserd
to .b..... 'rom. Well .rk.d. 98 Sorter & Exchange YAMAHA GRAND piano ebonr, 120 Form Implements Air conditioned If .iortrl* biColco. U 5 mental e m FIVR room houeacenual ".Ib.. Built-in ranit and .....
.2.1411. ....813.. witn nrtlit bench Three ream ilrtd Telephone MO J-2414 North" 05.1.00.. MU 8-2a4l. beaUnt and air conditlonnt BOARD WITH Innehaa toTamilian 55 Call heal aioe moalts.ABBOTTHECKES.

WILL SWAP food for rldrr foot. old. Lonnell 2.... BOO Boulh Florla 'lVANTID: CUll ", ..tor. Pal .ub. B... Charles Street SCREENED: PORCH upetaln, ov.rlooklni for rent br dar, week or room _... .. 7M
I 89 livestock i 'ilae oet 1260 or aluminum new 11 boat in.0.1 Avenue. 882.3111. Call "U 3-a830. AlC000ITIOr000 efflclll"" ,.I Lake Morton Bummer month. ..va.aua. lass: Oak .tr.... CO.

J( oandltlon. Phone IU.U81. An IORAND' i1 aao-iW.: iif private patio near HuutiiniiOolf ,,'., rates lee rear around. Mo dilljrenjMta NEARLY NEW, three brdroomCB ,
TI\I STATS .r"d.r. .rtlllcl.1r .I.b. Oood ,.odilion. Q'lalItPboo. 121 Mobile Homes CIIu.... 4108 North Florida 8114782DUPLEX Terrano loon, carport. Nlceumlihed 138 Unfurnlshtd Aparh.UNCOLN .
.' tl'mo:1 P.? read 6N 99 Boots Motor Supplies ". 688. .01 OaaO Oraosralreot. AvinuaNICB THREE roome. privet II, Reeponilble AdultaT Realtor LMLA

,\ asrotcis.. includod. m I" RAaER BALBB ren tale, Ininrince LOVELY CLORK I. on. or tnobedrooms. bath entrance. Water furniihed esPy. O. Tows.., Realtor. oMRIX COURT A..rt..... 111 I. Tenn. A... KV M13SOUTHSIDB

0552.Five J4', 30 HP Inkoerd wood boll Goods .to..... parta ....u... In- .....r.. HO ..... .n Adults, no pets 840 month BJ2 314$. Lakeland flood for oalorod propie. -
TEAR old mare. a.nu.1 newlr flKberalanifd. lood eondltion : 111 Sporting lured bonded local. and nationalraniporten 'South toO.. North Kenluckr. ROOMS newlr decorated north Lincoln nod Wool TtaMO TWO bedrooms.
but iplrlled Oood for children. Slot orsrda Ii. Trailer tafIlihta Jack a, 4710 New """ APARTMENT tint AIR CONDITIONED nlcelr Ia,00b.d ,- Air conditioned. Bcreened Ir.ntooro" J-I3M laria llvlni ana. ton aid re.frtierator .
>I50 MU 8 7311 horn IJOO Cell after 4p APACHE CAMPING .,.n.... Bee Tampa HUhwar. MO 8-8034 eleetrlo kitchen. .bO..,. no floor peta.Adult three i..e... apartment 0.Miller Permenent adulu. 418 Bait MODERN TuRn rooms elMtrtokitchen furalehed. 10 aoatA.
81 400-1341. tho beet. before buvlni Sop .d. 1121 South Waterloo Ave. ....btr... U2-0994 MU 2-4331
1401 Bovtlt Florida Ava- full bath round floor
John .en Park Blvd. Flncllai
llaUlon a MO _..
BAT Arabian 050 -
FLASHY WILL TRADE 30 HP 1.I.rud. 10 11 20 :M HIDES .u.. Near auper market downtawae.dulta
at ....d. 1I&t Orenae aiaie el.- with electric atarttni contriileerlai .. Park Florida. MOBILE BOMB INSURANCE! THRIB1ROOMS. air ...odltlonad.tII. NEWLY D. CORA T 'D. three 131 For Rent, Mlicellantout 112-0413. 2 and I bedroom homo within
cult Arabian perlorar Inn. eh.m. walklna duunca of Wards .
... .. .
wheel with .1. .tr.
Slur Breed ,our sued arad. 112 Wanted Mitcsllanseus STORAGE PARTS bathe nlcelr furnumed 1048 rooma. modern furniture toad' MODERN TWO bedroom dupl.oNose I Be....
1'1 m.... to him and itt a oil for lood 10 HP ar laraer Call Seth .u...... Phone IBi-4514: location HanOi Beantawn ahop- TWO BEDROOM trailer. privatelot. ...... and achooU 171
for realisation Fee" 111Maro 812-4731. I to I, hag center, hoapltal Phone 883U . Furniihed 3 bedroom houeePhone month ... owner 111 Baulk 1 and 4 bedroom home. near
CA.H POSt "W' oouo.d 104150IOU DEE'SMOBILE POOR ROOMS. 2nd floor Wellfurnlahrd 8COTTAOE. MU 3-4831 Teasosoco. ; Crrital ".....
cara II par dar Tranipor 14 BOAT. 40 HP electric atarteitrailer .
-337'. Tearir
Hint rant.al
t I it Ion available Trianula ".. and tic silo 1951 Opt'olaU TItHES rooma, lane 3 bedroom. Florid room Ranee
311 Boilh Iowa3Va CONDITIONED: eotsiraaet.mnt
I. Hilnn cur, Florida Phone 05000 0. ...-.&82. HOMES cloeeU careened porch clean. 133 Mobile Homes do w. electric kitchen 5. rafrlierator Included

H37 AUTOMOTIVE .41 N. Wabaih MO 8.1818 BUKK8 from ..U.... Llvlni convenient location Adulu, no note. N* lard werk i Realtor
'b'l 102 Clothing room. kitchen with 11,1.saris. Old Johneon, 8188801BOUTH8IDE lleaton.bl.1 ONE .mROOIl fun lab... VIII. 221 Ch.rleeCENTRAL MEL ROOT
FOR SALt three milk '0.. bedroom. bath Call MU B-0828 er 0 eer.... C.U MU 3-3118. 1121 I, Memorial Blvd.RAWLB .
rellent for talilni C..I.... 116 Automobiles For Sale 18 TRAVELLER toilet lai re. or.MU 8-3M4 NEAR ..II.... two AIR conditioning anheatlai <
MO a-800. BOY' CLOTlfINO. II". .... Soot nierator. etovo with oven floorurnacc bedrooms, H. bathi, ecreenedfront CLEAN MODERN furniihed houio.trailart . 14>23 llvlni room. two PARK 1041 Woodlan
Qu.III .12-100a. twin eouchea 1118Chirlei FIVB ROOMS porehea. larte rardnew porch laraa*. WaIst furnlehed cottotea. Good llvlni coo.Itiona bedroome. kitchen with built-in Avenue Thraa bodroomi book
92 Wonted Livestock, fetiWANTID WE FIMANCB La. ae 848 Tour do... oredHlood Siso.bIO.Used 10. Dldler Route. 1. 3.. 183Wlnfr IIPbol'I. 748 ,
Lake Marline ar 510-015 .....1' 501.3011.RIVATI. Call
103 Furnlturi I Appliances Can 506.0000.63P000C141 Haven on DUPLExiR RENT D. K. Batlon, 8124882 NU3'110..

: A (.. laIr cattle en* Super 10 11.000mllei 0" Lrnchburi Park Road Behmldtt W 0 ROOMS. Quiet. clean FURNISHED OR VrtFURNMHED: ? ciiao: tallo. for raD'. 81183. TWO BEDROOM bou.e. till
kind will par top caih prlca P.EPRIOERATORB: W A I N I R ., tlrea. .100. TraIler liT lund IlDOr..1I. electrlo wateralibed Hardwood floon larie ttvtnc Alto I.r.. Valley 1010 p.lI. isbaalln. MontleoUo Av*. Near actual and
Dunlip II
Powari Dalrr. MD 5.0032.. ratari air eondltlonere eta All MU radio. Ot'' ;:aI2'b with houietrallertvered lummer ratal adulla room, d nlni room larie bedroom .. .S-I..I.. DELUXE SOUTHSIDE bua line "') a month. Bhewn kappointment.
...k.. repaired Prompt esprrlcrlca 11750.COMIT ,. root 1 MU l-ang tulIp furniihed. kltehen. TWO Phone 8838111THRKB .
.. ,' Iou stotlonmason. bv Workihop an lot elertrla ro.... lane Weitlnchoueerefrleerator BEDROOM 41x10 trailer, APARTMENT
Bee ua for good need aicee 51. Door HIEE ROOMS and bath roMp
; Beautiful landicaplna Adulu )( koooo for
4900 raih Phono B
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MERCHANDISE with freeilni unit all
.11.. your Kelvlnator: SadIcr .tlet. radio sod bator decorated. nlcelr furnIshed Wlaow .... ODe of the nlcoit two bedroom
S'I.I.20'74. ra 3'08 North Florl- 1140 Loves Strool .U a-llll.
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tile bath larta cloeeU, utllltr
,i dealer. HItS. Dar 'TVAp.pllaores. N..rl new. '100. Air conditioned .1 fan Off itrtet parklni 841 d. MU 1-1319 apartments I aas.noe taea-
1330 Auburndnla lid For are A.1 .condition low mllePenan wao .rrjnu Van Truck .... niberland: room and parklnl area. Cloeo to ton. Oak floori. air oondltloned'leetrlc ROOM cottaae. kakr ..-
91 Bicycles/ MotorcyclesTRIUMPH MU 1-2171 ... with good credit can .rtir Maca'S Tndlna Foot. Salt Florida Southern Cell.... Mutt be mAILER ON prl..te 10. Call' .' l kltrhen (.lean. H. LWoodird ...1.... II week Dar. phone alJM6ii .
lIoane. low caih down Minimum N.. Tirepa 'H ihwar. 204 BLOCKS from oolleao, Two teen to appreciate. For appointmint .U ..'131. aFter .. after *. << .I.bt. en-1217 U4 north
VACUUM CLEANBRB rekullt. re. bedrooms. llvlni room dlnlni phone MU 1-0030. .
30 month legs than 140 moottof.P6000 Iowa
AND Tiailha sails ondltlontd new Repair. .rl.o..' MUST BULL 10150 Villa like '' line kitchen\wnen porch MCI TWO bedroom trailer llthla,
and eervlca SISctrl..lartio0 Oraufleld .,..trl.. 3131 CI".ludR.llblt H 8808. niw. Small down payment aa :.:tm.bath Phone MU 8-0839 ar CONVENIENTLY LOCATED: one ater furniihed Laundrr lacillavailable MU 2-8334
modela. iporla model I.... Bird MO .-.a87. ,,1113 PONTIAC Catallna PowerlUerlni '>um* Small pavmenti aver 4 reari MU 02304.CLOsE bedroom duplei Water furnished Oils Shin Una 3401
iiock Lakeland Crcli Co, 711 power briton. automaUe Will rrnt lame 1100 manth. In Summer rate 81800 month. 810 North Florida. 05loll.H0051TRAILIR 80UTHB1DC APARTMENT One
Will ......orllll. 812.9288. TV BAROAINB, Completelr reFree Reasonable Mr. Uontiomerr. 2880 'lue-D Mobile Park. with option IN. ttabr accepted. Entire Beet: Mainolla. 882-4818 bedroom. limits room. kltehfn
"ull' and .usra aWed $30 81 and 1'1.. Tempi Huhwirmo .to bur MO a.8JB1 or MU ullOt.Ire. two bedroom b.roooporch. AR'A iA'ARTt.iJ: T, clear, LIGHTS and All tile kath. Oak floor. all
Valor. furnished. Juit aut
96 'P, ,Initallatlon Aiwarrt.ak.land'o 1-1110 parking 107 Beat Mainp- rooms ,larre electric kitchen
AntiquesASTRAL keel burl In new o. COMET Ranrh Weion. Vrresoud U., .. .717a. Uireo lane roomi I.sr50000ldOreb. Ill 80 weeklr. MO 8.1M4. ilean. 171. 682.1334.
'10.201. 718 Wilt
condition Dorms dar 888jtl
nasA TV at Nlta o> Dar TV. 1330uburndala
LAMP Teakwood stand .ilh. a 8-3137 RENTALS TWO FURNISHED apartmentah Hano..l. e 134 Mobile Home Lots
Roed till 100m
Open four roomi and bath, 148Tanilewood 139 Unfurnished Mevtii ONt POINT
Norlt. and chlneee Item Plc.Our.
... waihitendi. chilri 014. MU 0-II7 VOLKBWAOFN. 18$0. two epeaker Applr 2808 Tintla- roCouple < ,
help with minor reoairilor
Helen RoberUon ...-.611. SAVE radio. heater tee thru lun vl- 28 Business Pieces For Rent wood Phono 118-3240. part rent 321 Weit Peachlr SHADY LOTS, ehufflfboard mod. ALSO PARTLY furnlined" I and
Excellent condition '01W..t
euro era facUltlea Si.anr.s0ms.
TWO BEDROOM eloae In. lower 0031007.SOUTHOATE 1 bedroom. Mel Rudy Realtor
Sole-Mlic 25 to 50% Patlorsus.labS . howen and laundrr, Clean ren.al 1827 Eail Memorial Sled aaJNFURNUUED
97 Articles For Diriment 8 8 Include utllltleilnt -
840 TWO
SQ. FT. roehower m I. tralleri Three mllei But 93.
OT CHEVROLET lour door BH- ... 1O't.
llOllI I. Clark Realty. '
Air ciiht cylinder. standard tranimliilon OFFICE FOR RENTI! 80-403I lint floor laraie efflcluncr hone lla-4041 we ul like to hammer! borne
Ouar Linen. utllltlei parkin DUPLEX I
O8ED TVS front 838 up BADCOCK'SRe aStor : ked
M7 8 llgl
anteed .. finance Worklnitradelni Call to Tucker. Drui Itora Bulldlnil! POUR ROOMS laratt apartmentBeraened Retired or builneieroan. Ml-1148. LAStS BONNT Four liter Mabllo rooms. carport, t klocke achaola.Bouthnu I li the remit-action you get
4 30
pm memo Park New lanait tou m
accepted Admiral Simlervlca Built Living Room 0141 Paved parklnt In front porch Off etreet park MO 12 ia Corolla*
A MU 1.3.11. peacock Furniture FOR BALE 1864 Chevrolet elation .nd rearl Ttrrana floon Ideal Inl. 890 month Ill Hut Belmarstreet. 130 Furnished Heuiei Lakeland Blah. and .". MunlaKaleetria aim orl 112..0e0 with M inexpensive clasil-
TV, 414 N Wabaih wiaon Pickup parmintaPnone or doctor'. office or medical PAl water and sips.
t 3 and 4 Piece MU l-8 4le ,upplr outlet. Central neatlntnd meter .... bua II.... Block Uew '"o MODERN two bedroom duelectrla fled ad Dial MU 8-1151
AUTO OLASS and door repair, llvlni room lultea air ONE! BrDROOM, aleeplnt porch rwo BEDROOM borne. Adulti Orovo Park Bhopplnt Oner pIe.. kitchen 113-2240 or
conditional SIlO
parta Initalled For free ..tlm... Priced ai Low M 1968 FORD four door I Clllnder. nontbr firit floor. nice neighborhood onlr No pete. Rolerencec ISO .. Gold lake fuhlnt. and boatIni 613.1901.
tall Cliff Ward 111 North ...... air conditioned 42 000 mllei. 2418amor .Call MU .T.."R n.Tucker. Jr.. Realtor leer ihopplnt center, Imiulra 701NICE month permanent reildinu 80J Small ..... 1I4O SortS Crra- CLEAN TWO bedroom Sapl.Olies. now to brinf In new buaI-
MU 10015.BEAUTIPUL. $8995 and Idle. Wai P.t..o" fait ValenclnTWO ,. .
tal Lake Drive MU .1..... tloaa to atoria IJOMeola ness.CLASOIFISO.
HAWAIIAN prlnU Par apeetacular ...In.. 1005 v.. II.IAI Cmvrolot auto.mitt. 129 Furnished Apartments ater iurnlihed DUPLEX electric 10J8 West kllch-Ruhr8tre BEDROOMS completelrlurnlihed Inquire 121 Palmetto

.r lust 81II per rard Dacron In tiled furniture t..n.ml..loa. ..dl.. boater. .t. Phone MU 8-2014 418 Weit ..Im.,. 888 MOBILE LIVING TWO BEDROOM CB hauea Idecorated Sm.I .
Cotton oriole. nt II and manrotheri $450. 1860 Zuodapp .ol.ororcl. per month Drive br Una railS v
VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed PPBR TWO NICE TWO bedroom taraae epartment I' throuahout. Water
bedrooma llvlnimom -
reduced Wallto.mail 888 8847. C. .
at prlcaa HM Bummer Boulhilde. Lcle. Dick Realtr lOll AT ITS BEST
ralri IM :
kitchen bath cedar Olnuoianooarslors 'urnloh. manth 1241 Kathleen
carpet or aria ruia cut top Furniture 210 Road Call IM-I1I1
km Adulta am-8747 'lVII, not lire at I tour star park
.... and edud Pteeeat aloeS
our F fall 8118 1319OPPO
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Department EXCEPTIONAL BUY "' 2341 WIBIDlca two bedroom. an a level laker One that haiItr
ncludea Candy Btrlpa. NI.DTw..d. URNISRED rFARlMBNTB at SMALL HOUBE four mum eut . DIIPL.AYII
and 801 DuPont HI.La. In Mulberry! 17 South T'...._. ReaaonahlaMO 1.0mev 3 SITB some and SHUP Florid.FLEBOARD room.Adihln. .. carport. 871 Adults no petaU04 .. typo ....r.. flno drinbloomater Dade City Hlihwar. HO peek
Junila. trailer. 880 8881007 direct power rompanr 510.tsrs -
64 8aM74aMODERN
O C. H.mlltonr.brl.
Closed Sundays 1-1888 725 Sub Orange. MU
The sanS,.. pen make will more for minimum electrical kllllloni
. Dad. Cltr Hwr '. 1.7mll.a .8an.
PRIX .MOrEL: APARTIIKNTI---e.: and with all the TWO bedroom duplKitchen .
than par far ,our time and trip GRAND fun typo reoeatlan -
North of Interim 4CLOTHI8UNB CLEAN POUR duple. tare
:to ..lIIb.rr,. I IW. ,.. roomi llnena titllltlea for UPPeR TWO bedroomi Privet room , faellltlei. I Theia thlnai : apollaar..asdaterfurnIshed fra.0wi.a4l. Special
porch convenient location. It!
. .I.hod. Dlula Now nlraoeoa nd bath n..m. tellrvcnlnee and 0 PALM IfU 3-3.10.
POM .r.aUyraduord. While flnlih blark Interior P..- Motel 4SOO : in orsaro 0 ontaa
I and 1" completely tort air power wind .. and teat Tampa "lib..., ,B30 Jouth or TenneneeNIAR Bunder .MU 3'1416. .dul"4J21.. 1802 Boom HORKB MOBILB VILLAOE Wl THREE :'" '
Mice BEDROOM Crps.
welded. 48* iroeiarm with Ibooka. S. BAD COCK CORP. FM radio. Aluminum wheeli and are JuH north of the .111... of (arose 59 PLYMOUTH
THREE ROOMS. eliian. aulet t.1 Lake Area. Clean Call Ma I07
18 69 and 811 BO paIrHum. nutM. tilt iteerlni 3100 mlln lOa. WAI-BON Clinic, 738 last TWO BEDROOMS electrle kltah.en Lake Alfred near Rt. 81 on MoioI -
..U..., lOc. Phone .... .Ualn Btore and WerehouteaMulberrr Delivered new for 881" 80 ral location Electrle kitchen. allotilitise Bella Villa Adults 880 Utlllttea 818 month. 888 38.11 weekdara Ka.... 't. Fslr .._. 110."
I 8101 Watford HanoIactorlog.AUCTION Florli"* furniihed Adults onlrarklnt turnliried. jo* Maealuea, Realtor after I. all dar Baturdar TWO BEDROOM: home with Plo,. h.. Sot sotoerot..
Mulberrr .to,. Hours: Buy now for 5021052.PIIRNIOIIED : 883-1314, and BunderCOTTAOE de room Cloee to achaol and kuame trsuumln.o.uo. v... 0.. .

1 I m. to 8 pm. ".11,. Frl nltei $3999 OR anfurnlehed. prt FURNISHED: APARTMENT I. Iadulta 121 Oncoula. Deelranle 13S Rooms For lent am maatn At 1141 _II- 055.dOsaond. ...
until 8 rate barb entrance 827 OO to 118 last Meanolla Street I rolls. 6 3->m to, ..,.
br ,
couple only Quiet nelihbor.
Friday Nites Only Open All Dar Wednndar. Long Trade Long Termi 81800, monthlr. N.. ...'. Aparvaenta 111 per month. Phone MU I- bood. Near bus and atorea Referencre LARGE ROOM clean. near kuaQeaueman 111' MARVEUNE Madam CB 1 $795
Over 10 aieoclete itaree. aervlniFlorida MO i 4448 B4B3.I .
IM IJII preferred or matt and home. nice rard aulet .eitloaloo .
7:30 PM. t FRANK FOSTER PRIVATE ENTRANCE acreenod OIB1RABLB THREE room lake iLiiTiiROI&: Poems and bateLlgbt. .. Fries reasonable. MU 1.1)41 Clark Realty aoo-4031 r
We bur or isO for ro. Lakeland Auociat* Btor porch IHInt room. kedroomkitchen I front apartment. Bath, aarareAdulle CLIAN ,
ana miter furniihed aoonlh NICK room eloos to. DIIIaI.nd. CLEAN TWO bedroom CB boUMI .
118 Ava SALES
Badcock Will NO Treat Coo Hunt MOTOR .th. Convenient South- Quiet 181 I.... MerlonBBJ8342 a Corner I.... Avenue' till NV I-G133 I I ralM Wwt. Bxlra aio$. Call 1 PAUL NAYlOR
) , JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION JIll East Main St. aide nrlinborhood. couple ODI,. or 888-4234 and Roee MU 1.Ml*. MU 47 a _ _ _ _

l CENTER SIGHT PIECE Cherrr mehocanrii _i .- 813.3:18: 'UNMKR RATE or rearir kaitiExtra i'iiiii ROOM" or .ff",.....'. 9" PuR'imHF.D THREE bedroommasonrr hb MOTORS
1398 O B 91 Baal dl.I. room auite Call MU 2.'loll 'n CHRYSLt' Crows Imperial ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED nice. all electric ale eon.dltlonlai 55 door Clean and coar 111Crevaiio b..... 190 AI.. two 1541 15,5 Mom nu.
$300. Phlborrr., ,: 423.3200._ and two bedroom aparlmenta. 408louth iround floor carport.water . am-2313. i bedroom boss. IJO Phone MU '
Florida Phone MO 3-3897. 0'51 25LVI ... Curs .11 24045
r USED FURNITURE andappll- PRIVATE. '53 Chevrolet' Bel Air paid 111 But Ocang.Stroot I S.
ancei. upholiurlne Bur ealltrade our door eedan Oood runnln. FURNISHED OR eeml furnlihei TWO MCE hornet 921 Oolden HOUSE ROOM home. Two bed- Now Curs M" 341030P15
B M Barialn Rouae, WE BUY condition FIrst 1100 caih 8IJ-,on beautiful Lake Morton. IIJ Rt la North, 111 North Lake. l SI- room.. Florida room One block &VIN'NGI TILL.i
Htchwav 98 North at Olheonla 1470.1053'PONTIAC. Laka Morton' Drl... Phone. MU 5Th Clark Realtr. '''-4031. So. Near K-nool and churchee. P.M.Prs.Ows.d .
MU 8-8083 SELL :.I.JIB1. I FOR i.dlicrlmlnaUni, two delu Northeldo. ...-.37. after a pmCLAISIFHO I
ELECTROLUX (II. lateet modelluarantea automatic trana- ,,, Boothnlda TOO SMALL? DISPLAY:4rr4vrT.rl. .l
mlaaioo radio and boater Oood N1CB LOCATION Clean and t.i5.r'r..11; .
TRADE Realtr. IM-4031
005 . Take aver pap.moot. ondlllon ||28, MO oiezsFOR pleeiaht Lane 010'.' epaca I".
a. Electrolut Corp.. 188 1900 G-O-O.D Aii'I: I-SowCr. : Adulte. ParkIng Water furalihed CONVENIENT D W"O'"iiHDC. pSI. : "II

BINDER ZIO lai U.. new Taker air conditioned A.1 ihapa. 320 Wen Cannon. YOUR FAILYSSECURITY. \ for adults. llvlnt room bed Too big Make the tint

... parmenta II monthlr. bal.so. USED Call Foliar MU 8.3288. 8800 SMALL I MODERN apartment.araa roo... alectrio kitchen kaU>. .'1IoUlb ',..Ow..... Speciel Specl.1
IDI 18 MO 3-3837 cloieta. for adulti. 814 1 1emon East Tenneieee Avenuo move toward the bom ......
Ill Automebilai Wanted Pleas MU 1.713BOARAOB iTii' NICB two diii'7';: '62 FORD ,
Sill UMBRELLA tent four
:...- ol drtami by checkIng '
Army r cote. 1-whtel trailer. 890 APARTMENT Poor Olin 810 Ala* furniihed three ...M.,. 100 f Door h1 63 RAMBLER
complete Kiel Hint row iota, not WANTED CLIAN .ar. 11 04 'M ,eorai Comfortable. convenlentlr room. eottaie 180 Clark Realtr. "Homes To Sale" Indaulfled H....... V.I. ..._ II l
S bid .... Combination hick 1.104.1. Call .u 03502.PAY acated No .... Inaulra 201 Leni .. .031. mo..e. red,o. he.ter. Amopiess S.D... Coo.asmosi .
ihair. Slap table. '8. Double iteel ..lrNl.OOTTAOI. 3 1HDROOMS. fane rUnerTrroened toda,. ,.,11 H_... air eandti.nl ... .. S eudloder... .
FURNITURE CASH for Biekiuv truck or .. .n. .t. .n..d ...n. .......
link and rim '8. phone asa 0819 rat under '87 medal/Fleaio saIl POUR room Florid location porchfe, Rental excellent en Dbnual Bouthild .m ....t..n. In....... II .......
USED FLUMBINO flllurea Toll MU 32104.CAsts aleclrla .. ka al one ownerS
I oem all air conditioned !I' M7.330.l.MODERN __
.... lavatorial and slabs, II each Appliance Exchange t.Ocuh
slIlloat. 8111V South Florida
Tuba 110. 409 H.n..... Siren MU 2-2222 Lakeland IN a flaih ear or pickup venue. li assured In i homo of TWO bedroom duplei '2095
83 or older. Call 888-8888. Wild SHell furnlehed cool .aulet new il
SALE OR Hide o l Chevrolet i 302 E. Memorial Blvd. Bill Howard GROUND FLO OR. attractive your own, For outstanding dittrlct. Ad"' ''. Low rent IM- _- CL.'II'P'I.D_ DISPLAY.
dump truck, 1883 cood condition "' ; free 0114COTTAOE
;" apartment, Inundrr facllltlraecreatlon .
for 11't"pickup or houiotraller One REPOB8ER8ED HOMB solorlalo.meal .r..... for caih Junk Prompt Pickup new Grow Trailer City home buys see to NEAR Emit: Chek 148 SILL YOUR CAR PAUL NAYLOR I Ib. .. PAUL NAYLOR
pump, on. small ocorritominor. larlow .
Hlthwai Eaten Park
center f urash. Nothlnin Call Olieb's. I83-8B01. pta. round adulte ..I' Joe Maoilueo TO US. II,
One heavr. duty ehaln d.. take aver monUklr pav- APARTMENTS 18 '0. 111 80 day's "Homes For Sale", Realtor 5032374.CIASSIFSLD MOTORS
lout and 40 .,.. .. One heavrLakeland ''m.nlt. Bee Credit Manater W. T.Orant WI AY TOP PRICK FOR MOTORS
lIa 10 and LuSts .
dut.or'.bout On. tOurS 3'0 Ford salleasleate) for tank Companr, Grove Park CASH FOR YOUR CAR water and gas 818 furniihed per week Children listings. ANY CHAN USED CARS IN' luat Ml.. ... II ht. ISO Snot Mi.. ...

fuel lealli. 1a0l Iroadmap Lake.land. .. coma. Also eleeplnt' rooma ADSUSllfDGEI ROSS LAKELAND u... Csm MU 7.4040 Used Cart MU 2.4841 H.
I 04 Gas Oil Feel Fendarvla' Chevrolet wlU .14 Eait Oak MU "8 ". .... c... MU I..n '1 New Car MU 1.0111 *JB
bur row oar U Ito alee MOTORS INC. '
.. OPIN /
'a lownt PrlceiHO ROPANB GAS for eooklni heat- American furniture. Adulta. Bwlmmtnt 1500 W. Memorial lint' "'II P.M. 1'1, .. : h

DOWN PATMENT: log. boo wator. Irrliatloa. Induo- CAR PAYMENTSTOO pool 849 South .u...... .P' MU _2.1111 - - ,- .-:. .
From 810 to 8110EZ trIal tuo Call 888 3I.I. Ivr a Imperial I [ "- -.u
I' :
Oaa aerviee. 111 lOom CLASSIFIED DISPLAY klll'IID -

Monthly Payments uburndala HlibwarOS HIGH? __ -. - - - -
Linoleum run . 8391 up m
R... OttO 80 1.piece flyIng Jewelry Pendarvl Chevrolet will pal oft
room lulloi . . 91915Rn our late medal ear and lend -
821 SO loa sprIng orInnerwrini afford" -n
ion bom In pn* ta can '- .
WI PAT ...b. dlamandi laid '
mitt ten HIM en. _
Died bedroom luuei. complete ilna, old sold, platinum allverclean Be* Mr. Huaaall .
an iRei 'i Jiwalrr 108 Boutb PlorId. -

849 80 I.plice dinette .. PENDARVIS

lit . . . . . . 81891
Good Vied TV. . . . 949 91 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery
New 3 HP 31" power mower CHEVROLET

now . . . . 849 M
flood said atovee and ,.,.... Ward 310 H, Florid A...

Orators . . . . 14980 up GET A GAS HOT WATER IoeoieaaoaropOlekup
Btrle oralS paInt .. 13 98 Silica .
57 aeold.. 110 0.0405ILiSTA'
Abc lane Lock. ol Flumwna and

Hardware, Have Hot Water When

We Cut It hay III.., 14-m iMtoJIeUoo

for WE Oood PAY U.TOP.d Furniture PRICES 117 N. Kentucky L.4Af -- =fapRASr/CAUY ttscounfsd \

and APDII..... MU 2-5103 -

CALL MU 32044
01 Places Musical Inst.

Polk Trading Mart T PHONt.caU

62 THUNDtRIIRD Cwnvarlifclw.Laodeo $3295 '57 CADILLAC 4-0.. H.r.to. .
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AND THIS IS WHAT brings quick results 62 THUNOUIIRD Horolop. $2895 '57 CHEVROLET lalAir 4.b.., s..... V-l. Pow...lid. ,,

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)3.. One One ..'...klf Ole prune lamllr. .leiunI lewan. bring your home Improvement *.4. Twn r* chooio froan . . . . . Car?? . . . . . . . . . , . tl 395

4. AU aocosuarp mu.l. message to a readymade '57 FORD Victoria 2-Deor H.r..p.. Radio. .kaoror, $ '

and productive price Monrr-U paid rou appliei decide on to purchae bur prospect lilt Dial automatic, whrto wall. tam.. ToSses fmlih . . 5 9 5 (Meat Fooplo Dst witwnmt FORD G .l.kia500"/ PoSy \-.,.*., full nwr. sad. lir c...

IP poop never plated a note MU 6-1151 BOW. '61 OLDSMOIILI .I5 4.DoaV.I, $1195 SHOPPING e

workers use Classified roiill .. plarlni In ..I...... St.ndoro! tr.nimUlion . . . . . . . . . I ? 57 CHEVROLET "HO' < M"...f.r. R*.,., hoots, $795
.FISHING *.t.tlc ttOSdOOilniSl. On. law
Com mHwona.
Ads An ad.writer will let ui prove HI '59 FORD Cauntry S....... ..... ....'1..|, ,.w.. ...It... $| 1 Q Cl. SCHOOL

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right workers. Dial MU Fildar Iventnit V.I Cru.tc-O-MaHi air . . . . . Her* 2 Tkot Will '4, NASH: VIOl car li in aicallintcanitio

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L......* anal. air . , . . . . i. . . '57 Mercury 4. '.! FALCON 2-Door Ho.dto. ....,.. bus., ..j.

60 FALCON 4.D. ....i.. .... .". 695 Door $195 Sr .......t....... . . . . . . . . . . . . 1195

6 cylinder. . . . . . . . . . . . . Hardtop . '

lilL '62 FORD Goraila. 4-Do f S....". ....... raojia. "keoror, $1995 '54 Dodge 4.Door. $195 On* aw.nor "Km F.'.." car . .wnjiini. . .CClui. .,. $ io95

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LAUD Btrt-Itie aar .
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U40 AIM aaatl* raMb. ,....* aadaraa M A GROVE *. mMd, Tata kiSruia REDUCED $2750!
(....., Canal aad taadiai ACIa 8500254,10 b. iFZ.'Xi'ZSSZXi. Irro and larata aaarbaMai Owe PARADE OF
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56k14NSMS.41..140 -- paatar*. "*_1 TBiUUt BtDROOM. .w* balk CB enclosed swimming pool .
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R. C. tM* K R L. Oardaar. 1101 a Plartda AT*. 44-4114 i i"iiiii w 'r... Raw Is1M61Nss1. 1I1I 6 rooms,
PUka Maaar. lOU Baat u... Se5556L7t tr 010.D31r11.104. D 5.s 147.Coo55i553 1 bedrooms Florida Room buUt-in T-V range refrigerator
pbeat MO eeua.riva .1 I .. ,
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Acne 6.3563 i1Y1A Price reduced to 11000.
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Nw_ 'tV.PsM. C3a. o.tJ 1111. aMln5o 541IO4. I. aad MtrMtt,*l. taralabadOnlat BEST BUY EAST! ANNIVEltSAltY
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a1 1.n 401 Young Place furnished
035564Ordsz, araa. duo .. Oaw. SMOO.Clark ,
t. I.68 a' DI.II'0.L13414u r.elt. ., 20 YEAR TERMS I RaaJtr, tt-40)i. 1 bedrooms, screened: porch, Three bedroom Florida

1011 R.l MAIM ...... Sas-5111 II 44141. sa NMS Ia 17 P0.f ....d.1 TO MOV. aiia ttar aaptaiBaaBr .. W.MO completely furnished. room kitchen equipped
16 54rm 3 3>> .....' aamartad W Itm0 ra> "
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titwm. 141. 5o.p1.68 RN 956.
carpeting and drapes
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a, MaaMrtai .,.. MU 44it7.ORUVB Irrlll.1Ioa, ....... Prlo. U... "melt TWO -.......... ,.. I.... to only $93001 I RN989. .
LAUD 1110 ,41 SOPS .... 00. CW dim q.Y..1R rcI ld""I_ 733 Shady Lane I room. .
to aorta pta ..... _
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want .....4J40. ......... flat laaditan. MU 47171. UlIo WO.... aaa flam SS U1ad"OTagrgUtTftl patio dose to school, f 14,. MEL RUDYLMLA ESTON WILLISAUTO

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111011'P85s. 0565113.COM3LI_ar. ."U Wk Ms.*. 53.IIG.t. 10 1556 tbal 1114713.W5.. 411501.Ma< 511 JFaJao : 3711 Hopewelt S rooms 3 MORTGAGE BROKER

1141101 bedroom 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
MASDw "I& RsHls.Comb. : 70x320 lot lots

13.4 waUl'. tllp 5.4W 147 4S POM ..... t BtdraaaTcSIH of tree price fll,7SQ. RN dial (80-4107 any time SALES
AN ....VIcIIt $1/N. .... stomo Property bath tmead la back *ard.h 450. ,
IAm for ...... 001171. P0. N. to "> '. '' ''> *(
two PVPI.o&&Ie ... i"u >54156.53. Cell lSI17S
CHOlCB BDtLDma aiu, laO'iland .MM 111101I_ 211 Azalea I 3 bedrooms linen BEDROOM cm BOMUk
16Sy55.o0 room
'* 1"u, 1,516511 >e 6>> iR a MW _.ra floar plan, lane" 1103 East Main Street Phone 686.3694
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u MO -37S. r.a--PIIOJITAO"l 1& rot Aisles (500( down$65 month. .. IUU Btra.4 naar Bird
tw* o0834Salel .., III 511416 554 171. tan M wltb Mk traaa. hind
TAMPA., .1110IWAT 1/6'.10'.3 .50154 5r Rod...... Dtpoarr. 44140 Seller pay all closing cost woo. Law down Bannwt KM 1
eou.........5155047SW... 110 w. Yel6144 JosJ 1.3 1O-4J41.' .. ....... v 141 .trill ..... J438 N_. laaraar anoathlr Camka RO 1035. Urmi Ma .\ ... M.u Immadiai* "Where Automobile Buying Is A Pleasure"Esfon
0.3. Rd >. ".,..* _...... CB. Hkatha. _11_'. 560.176.'A.
DUPIdX" CB, 100 .. 11" hardwood n1bIIIIQ..
alda. MA Joe."" .. wm .nr Mt-ttOii 443-t7 .Whta. 935 S. Missouri I room. 3 S. MORROW
mon a.a. O.,.., _1_. bedrooms, dining .
Robinson Pines iOMB-lNCOkra Vropartr tor Ml. Tastefully screened po r C b. $7,630 Ilml3., LUL4 Willis "Free Cokes Fri. & 501Ed" Lovering;
Br ....,. 711 N. Tana, .'__ RXNCB OmCal
UU S.*...*.* *U CltT. HtlUtll n.a ran bomb wittt Florida Range A refrigerator In- 404 Ma0MTlWT1M 81,4.
PM" _... tn* M .'-laU. room and two 563rD.... Ala. tw* Pampered cluded. RO 1039. (
'w itid keel 4 Maeki' WMI four room apartmanta and d....
Wtbuk. N Hliblud .. CkU bit ..r.... Ood Pin radaral tx pUooaIlr well aeoatruelad
T Tuckn, Jr. MtklUr, .r ..o. kf Jl' )l. tUMrv -371 alII a ,.. I. thai rafloto M*. Florida ON THE LAKE .
tut ...* aMI lapraraamt.arp Ww room 17,000'1 Mallkti 4-Dr. Bid Y 6. *utkaatr. $3295 ,. .-550s N556Ne aM $1095
T fLAKEFRONT 3315631.iLi .U and traoaai 3 kKlrcona $700 down and $ BIG HOME '' 75 oton 53411no. 56541 .".. -
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LN4 OIk.o0.' '. NFN "ACIUP1C' OBOASI .MM. 413 E. oa Mra Napa .l rooai for faml.w 64 59 CHEVROLET
._ 101 -. Pr3stiboM '3- a .. ... Belmar f rooms 3
bolt . Il0a A. S. MORROW ...
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Ioul' rs.1 .......,. b.aaa. 671St Cult at ...... bedrooms, dining room, 111,-,, Uia |ak*. Th. kam aomutiaadraonu Sf 1 Oalnla Mardt.** Cauaa... Y_-.. ant,*. $2895 4'BMT LniMl*. V-S, Awa MIN. On. $1195
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OMit :: 5614411a, T41rn. w. ...11..... Crcwa A e OoMwa aa .. TIll. ft. \111 J.IIIT 000. $1.000 down. $70 per, U'ltV 4lDlnt room. ..' walMlraa, tifltad . white'0806 wall......_ kik slew r .eI"IRi : M*
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lor 150000. MMT Wk I HOMES BY 1609 Meadowbrook ONLY I11JM. WIU 10." ." tradaa & VtO.EJ.
_., /e4143S. CtUf 100 fT. Lakalroak as aiUaa aaatof room, ......... IroMla, $1295
$2495 L5114.ma.w
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Laat Ukataad tot tar 0.aala at.. 44500.HaMaiaaaa.BUb VA MANAGER 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Florida' _...., (ban tM kwt .-1316. whiq 5415611" A14156..1W. 56514 .-.... WII.". wll68 511 ""...

and dri. Caa .. kr kMt ta Khauana > room, screened patio central -
70X100Choice ar Miami. aa IV a LMa, $100 DOWN air conditioning and. KEN HARRIS '
II. Bak ar Bud 59
LaU at Dlek-a ...11.. 1011 Baat MaD, *hlo* b..... In all Me*. heat C8.500, $3,950 down. Ro&1Io Ihoblll., LOa.A. ImN3 1.8.14 : $1195
home site close to Mkln at. Phnia MU S-S1U. II..... oamplataly r lc.nt4lUwttil RN 177. 1110I 0.IIWlel 3or145 AM Ub056 ..Id.h 85601 N.Ngw. NSwr e..1_5.q..... $2495 j"...,.. '" siiKW' All. 114
Negro tennis court* and ? Mrmrata a* low a* SMkr .. prb.. ImM*, ..In........ .od 56.541 5.h
150 MiKellonooesnoMca 168. wr attloo at CallT.R.TUCKER 6M W Oak Drive 7 rooms Whit wall tio..
swimming pool. Facing on
N. New York Ave. Only Jr.REALTOR' .. ,,2 bedroom. JH baths, Florida '63 CHEVROLET '59 CHEVROLET $

room formal dining twlf radMorat4 kom with IxMroona Im..la OrNW Mwwn. Ant*. $2495 4-DMT VS rarkwaW Wagan. Auto. 995
$1500. With real easy terms Iwia tile kath pan* aaw'ir . .... .... ,_
ro COUMUO ON OTHaTMBT room air conditioned $27- .. Katr III" '" r. h503r. wOls well to
.1.4 riorMa room, Sod .....-Ia and wtilt wall'wraa,
WilT OP WSB8TIR. S. 31* W. Maai An. Ukalu.. ,000. Will lease furnished. arMtt, SS 40 H401 tot. utt iplauir ...
:3 AND BEDROOM. WOO DOWN MU 4-T1TJ funlaiiM. Wiaaw la ianuu .
R. M, Marler TO J'JI4 QOAUPICD .DT M. PHA Ana Propartt MaakwrVA RO 1053. ta Mil, aaitni Mir 110.. :62 FALCON '59 MERCURY

Gr Son Mat MVOT. MALTOR. 1UT B.MXMORIAL. Art. Prapartr .......r i 1378 Edgewood. 7 rooms, 3 aoo...Call,, Jr Sari. Ittaltu ra0.65, MU vita 4717Jor T. U, 5.565 RN W. V4W $1195 Autamkti*. air, .awar atoarlnf. kraka.lnt4 $1075

Raftltof-OwMM 444-4107 ANTTHO, ,bedrooms, 2 baths, dining MlMi at MO ..,.... Own ml Ws 11I11. < .1.... whit wall 4r... ilk* MW.

1401 B. Walk at MV a-4..1 ONLY $400 Down!''pletely room. Florida furnished room$22,000.com-I

151 Real Estat Exchange
3 bedroom brick and block Shown by appointment. EL

VACANT LOTS win IXCHANOB: S bedroom da-. multi-bath In W I n a tOil 1169. 1 FIRST ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS

$695 EACH! .!.. avartauat jackaoorlll for Heights (opposite Winston JOIN
ilraUar propartr In Lakalaad. Suburban, 2nd street east '
61 TKUNDERBIRD. loaded electric '41 CADILLAC 6 window Sedan DoVlllo.! Fee-
Wt ban amral lou Ion ta KokInMn -. '11._ ro..., Call .OWIIII tar grade school). of Socrum Loop Road north seats
P3*.. AU ar>. UxlOtIrantlni InlornntlM windows, air, power steering power tory air, power steering, brakes, electric
oa CrmN ....." Cltatar of Tom Costlne Road, 6 THE
and tlllUaal S100 tfawn ( 1Dl\1\ WB ui todar 11 'ami Kaa W*Barrla maka! MEL RUDY 'rooms, 3 bedrooms 2V4 brakes, Gaho-0-Matlc, ; window and not. Ono owner. 22,000
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111 b. Call T R. TttekarJr. R .lt.o'-r.oh..or. 4aJI lTRADI .
; LMLA REALTOR white wall tires tinted actual mllti. $
Rraiwr. WU 4-1 in. or Step TOOK kt Lakalaad MOKTOAOB BROKER ,baths, range and refrigerator. gins 319
kr-lit M. MaxacbuaMtt AT*. horn* for IB"I&. I$x32 Smart busmeuraen who owned
d..IIo.HOLL ena CaU9MJ183. Uil m. Mamorlal Blvd pool, $21,000. RO locally car
Mr. Runnl.n. 4 M t* 4 dlaJ .....1., AF tuna 1132. .
"i ROAD turn their used office

152 Real Estate Weatid Close in, near St. Joseph's turaltut Into cash
1 aiaak tram Lake farknr S.seh, SOUTHGATEKCDDCCD Church and school: 2 bed- with !Ineipenslre ClaisU 62 OLDSMOBILE <1AAT 58 VOLVO .<
4 DMr. ftatorv air, T IM % .5.1. Kadi kaatar, white wall T
Ihla ate balldtiuf lot approsl.aiatolv awr M lntw 745
TSU38, A ran kur at LIST YOURPROPERTY room and bath owner'sapartment ,, .t_..., ."..k_ rtdio 30.056 end M M S"_ "*w ...." Th* Cadlllaa *f fr
LO-aiXt. MUW APPRAISAL with 1 bedroom''' Hod Ads. Dial MU 5-llil whit wall tira*. m f f **F din ..,..

,1.T60T > TOWSON WITH US 3 I Btdraora. I Bath kfodara Horn rental apartment. Owner
lullWia Raat. Carpal, 4)craandratio '
N-aJk>r UILA II tUMm eaa't BELL H. BORN rriod far Iramadlat aalaat will sacrifice. RO 1203. 61 CHEVROLET 57 CHEVROLET <
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I1J BLU04HJOHNJ.BRENNAN 3.5 ImNI4 (.51,56114.I .45608.156 $1875 51145651 I wgmoll. 795
Call 5141115 .r. Haaitar. LMLA, ao4 a. Tannaaa CLASMPIOD g u-\\ ...._r .1 ..... 4114,5 80801. 511- 3,56-Mr..11 4rN. ....
........ Pttoaa MO ."113. George Stewart MU 2-0432 .IB ... 561156mb.5N....*>T WinfloWtjtLid 541. .1...,
HtCB BOILDINa LOTS Irntular ta a. Taaa. A. Don ......
Patklai Sutton MU 3-4382
.1... Iron U' to M- .rOD...*. 'X58 I 'f'111. 1
liW ta 140 dpt... In w... lakaan I '61 BUICK I 56 CHEVROLET
..... Raltar LMLA 4M41WA : $
aa Tmiimaa FrlM4tram P-Own. Sp.eI.I
MtS. SU d.... SIS awaltoMa w. on raaallal Hard Uatlua Mass __4 14 Eli CaHIa A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA 1 Augnl.l. SM. ..5..r lIsms. $1785 ; 495'
Claataf Cwtl.McCollough3Fraser. tot aala. raatala. Mai Radr. Raat. '63 RAMBLER 561k wlti' 54156 8r 85101 Klfllv'rei5): ; .
tar, 1U1 But _...1aI. 4464107S3 ,

300 S. Florida Av. Claaala* aaatnamiaal 4 Or BMan.Th a.a.r.. I '
Inc. HMSOS for Sole Phone MU 1-2113 Miutor with atandardtraitamlaaian. 61 VOLKSWAGEN 56 CHEVROLET <

40* m. Waaiarlal ''-''16LAIt..ND Two BBDROOM btu With CUSTOM BUILT'ALL It a*.. and. w Wa. kn ald*,.w 1.456 3 d: ':.':.. h..... whlta wall tiraa.. 1.101'195 v.. ""*" *"w M_t**. 45'O.

HlORUlNtM. T.l2ll amraad ....... Bxtra .... 6 I !III.. :
wiu 3* bM. trait ,,_ *3,tot. .,u. onUMa ". ..._. PUNs ONLY $100 DOWN! I
Call Kail Bilk dill 414-1711 ....1001. f,69S-I '

........ ....1101. BRICK.. . HOMESMO . .. '1111I do... win put rv Ib M* , 60 CHEVROLET :62 CORVAIR
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OOMMIIICIAUduitnal air and kaal tti-IOtl MALI .... ......, a* .ur lot u MI T. .....u., MU t-tm N PAUL NAYLOR Ila 99 HAM, Onj >..nIP.

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4444101SBDSTRUI. ... '" Utint ....> kullt-ia rant. IMT Saat Main I *t Augm.4a $1495 1 561 141 In4056tH.. 945
wBlat wtadawa full tila bath.urraua IMPERIAL U_ c... MU ...**. Sews t3M51. 1r.4_ fad. .. ANW.
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