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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 24, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 214 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, FRIDAY EVENING U a PRICE FIVE CENTS

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I Some 400 Hear Candidates' Make pitch;; At Au.bu.rn.dale RaLLy:1:




By DON RICHIE audience of 400. The event was investigation in 24 years' servo record of "efficiency, economy emotion, noted how he had try for more efficiency and He was referring to an Inci-

Ledger Staff Writer preceded by a barbecue supper ice,promised no charge to taxpayers and promises fulfilled" made the office selfsupportIng Integrity and would use his dent earlier this week in

AUBURNDALELastnight's by Band Parents; a band for using his home as He said that, despote a heavily in his 195358 administration teaching experience to con which a Lakeland accountant

Democratic Executive concert by area students and an office, and keeping of accurate increased workload, costs "gave a real job," and tinue working with young people
Committee rally here produced accompanied by a riling$ records. per case have gone down. then ran into a "situation that and to educate the coun charged him with assault and

emotion- laden speeches by breeze Clifton Howell displayed his made me feel real bad; but ty on the duties of a good trespassing charge dismiss

Clark Stone, clerk of circuit Sheriff experience in law enforcement, I'm In this race with.all my clerk of circuit court. ed Wednesday. Clark introduced
COM table, Dial 3. his wife children and
court candidate, who railed at Hamp Rogers noted his 17. business, FBI courses and heart-to win; I want to be Clark Stone, in his opening ,
"kingmakers In rat's nests," Incumbent Ed Williams, firstat year record of experience in deputy work and promised"the your sheriff again and want remarks, said his investiga parents to the audience-cay-
he for them
and by Pat Gordon, candidate bat, applauded removal of law enforcement paratrooper most efficient opera. you to correct the injustice of tions have "uncovered a rat's ing was fighting
and "will blow the lid off this
for sheriff, who asked for a the fee system and noted his background and said his In tion" through a combination of an unfair deal. Give me a nest" of kingmakers who "
and In the

comeback chance 16 years experience as a law cumbent opponent was slackon business acumen, administra chance" found I couldn't be bought off conspiracy,the "$50,000 process
save
It was a charged evening, enforcement officer. producing statistics that tion over office personnel and (lie was referring to his and who tried to ruin my political the first ,"county through' more
accompanied by threat of rain, Tobe Acree thanked voters quality of cases made-not use of his law enforcement conviction In the Boone Til- changes by creatingan efficient year administration

and the usual background hubbub for previous support, promised"the quantity Is important, that knowledge to supervise men in lett-Harry King political pay. unfounded scandal"" Paul Vaughn paraded his

-but only one rebuttal. horse sense this job solely for crime the field. He advocated a off case Gordon served time, The pungent remarks of the experience of 20 as

Stuart Caudell. who has now needs" and jail for anyone dispensing prevention and that young people working auxiliary, such as the but was pardoned by the governor retired Army major noted "a deputy clerk, said years he has
heard some 70-odd candidates to minors. should be better reachedto Florida .
liquor Highway patrol has ) conspiracy that smells to high worked In all five administrative -
square off at each other for Roscoe Thornhill paradedhis keep them out of trouble. to train for emergency assistance Ernest (Bud) Dixon attack. heaven" that "planted" rum departments of the clerk's

the eighth time, again was law enforcement back Monroe Brannen, incumbent ed the fee system; said he ors that he can be scared off

master of ceremonies to an ground, experience in criminal asked the voters to study his Pat Gordon, shaking with would educate his assistants to the slate were not successful. (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)








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Back At FoesBy 68 Million


Me
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ents make ridiculous statements

A plea of guilty to what he that Insult" the Intelligence of the Savings

aid were charges by other can voters.
Candidates reached for
didates that he was the chronic new
promises to make as the campaign
complainer In the Florida lover.IIOr'
sailed Into the crucial last ForecastWASHINGTON
campaign was entered by
Sen John Mathews of Jacksonville 10 days,

New Program (AP) Secretary dig srof

Said Mathews Thursday: "'If Sen Scott Kelly of Lakeland of Defense ,Robert S. P fa e ...
complaining that a modern state McNamara today announced 63
pledged if he was elected he(!
is shackled with a horse and new actions closing or reducing y
would set up a new programfor '
buggy constitution, then I am the control of juvenile de- military bases, depots and ar, y +a 'k f, + : e,3 t e l

guilty If complaining that to linquency, headed by former senals and consolidating offices
day's. road board follows completely University of Florida quarter He estimated savings at $68 I.

obsolete and unfair practices back Larry Libertore. million a year.McNamara .
then I am guilty. I also
Kelly said he would activatethe said slicing away
will plead guilty to the counts
Florida Children's Commission at least eight unneeded facilities
when
complaining my oppon' to administer the program scaling down 4 others,

The 1963 Legislature did not combining separate contract "
-- abolish the commission, but It monitoring offices In 29 cities, i

appropriated rIG'money) for its and other actions would yield
Homeowner\t operation. jfAs i savings "without In any reducIng

L Swears OUrI I Maf: f Lakeland I In. ''Lucky Patrolman military effectiveness." \'
These latest moves In a three--
.. .. -to st,$sad ,. program of juvenile I
year: ecnnpn y drive how embraced
/
/\s control
tii Handfman' belinqueney .that gave Petnrmo torield Ntniior polnrt l t* a creoie mark I* Ml right by. 'resident Johnson,
Lakeland the lowest incidence of a
I :w'ST. ill*. which war mode II y a ullt fired from pistol fold hy a flee. bring the nrnnber of bases ordered
PETERSBURG A juvenile delinquency of any city" .bit H..... A H.... bptendor war Injured when" the bullet ricocheted closed or reduced \o
homeowner In New of its sue in the United States,
nearby Into kit lef ,.. ..., afternoon et Coo,.,'. Grocery, 910 more than 500.Chen sHow
Port Rlchey has sworn oft asa said Kelly to a woman's groupin *
N Florlde A.... .
Reductions ----
"do it yourself handyman.' Coral Gables.

Here's why, according to a Notes Fair Exhibit When added to those other

story in today's St. Petersburg moves, the Pentagon said the
Times: The fellow had At Hollywood, Fred 0. Dick ,
Lakeland Policeman 63 new actions will: The Fair Looks From AirThis
just finished tacking down inson played up his role as president Save $531 million a year In
new wall to wall carpeting of the Council of 100 In
when he noticed his cigarettes creating the World's Fair Florida operating costsEliminate ll ... ooriel view of one corner of the H.w.k Wo.,.'. Felr" with the Unliphor end

were missing from a shirt exhibit (1,600 civilian Jobs IN tuihln fountolnt the center .f ottrectlon. Around the Unliphore, from top left, oro the Philip

pocket. He also noticed a He said this was "a testimonial Fired At Bullet and military assignments. Of pin* Pavilion, th. Crk Povilion, the African NetlorV complex, the Court .f Notloni, Nw J.r.wt's -

bulge near the middle of the to what can be done through these 10,056 will drop away as oihibit th' .H.w York City Pevillor, pertly hidden *t right, and In lower forofround the

carpet. free enterprise. He added that a result of today's actions Now 1".1.... Store Pevillon./ lAP Wlrephete, )
Release of rest
696,000 acres
Deciding it was too muchof none of the other candidates ,
a job to untack the carpet, helped make plans for the exhibit Hits BystanderW estate for nondefense use.
Make available 61 industrial
he took a hammer and triedto .
plants for sale to American Johnson Mobbed Indiana
In I
flatten the lump. Earlier, Dickinson at West business

As he finished beating the Palm Beach said candidates By TOM HUGHES First St., recently released
carpet, his wife walked In with who'criticized his programs for Ledger Staff WriterA from the State mental hospital :21 States

the missing cigarettes and tax reduction, road building and at Chattahoochee Fifty-five of the new actions
asked "Have you seen the Lakeland policemanstarted Wounded was Dallas Pollack announced by McNamara at a On Start Of 'Poverty Tour'SOUTH
2 Column 4) to make a routine
ho ,
lately? (Turn Page
parakeet
___ and 33. of 119 W Emma St., news conference affect military
traffic arrest yesterday
the Innocent Negro bystander. activities in 29 states
Death was shot in the shoe. He was shot in the right The primary emphasis lIon BEND, Ind (AP) recognize her and moved instead The purpose was to plug

Strikes TwiceIn A disinterested spectator, lower leg. and was treated consolidating one to a city- President and Mrs. Johnsonwere toward her husband the administration's antipoverty
dozing on an crate
II orange and released from Lakeland the separate contract supervision mobbed in an allengulfoling The First Lady said later of program and display presidential -
nearby was hit In the leg. General Hospital yesterday offices maintained by the crowd of school children is:the crowd, "There's nothing depressing concern for hard-core pock.

Polk City Family driver The pistol-wielding Negro afternoon Army, Navy, Air Force and they arrived today at South about them. There's eta of unemployment and economic
was jailed on charges
in Bend to begin a four-state "pov downhearted about distress.
Defense Supply Agency nothing
of assault with intent to kill, Skin Not Broken "
POLK CITY Death struck Mandy Williams, Sylvania Ga. reckless driving, driving a vehicle many places That Is to b* donein erty tour. I them." I To climax his fast paced
and Mrs. Ethel Edenfield, with license and Nenner received a creased two years. Neither the President nor the Accompanied by Mrs. Johnson schedule, Johnson Invited governors
twice In no tag
a Polk City family Waynesboro, Ga. driving without a driver's right shoe, but the bullet did The combining of these offices first Lady was Injured In the I the President also was of nine states to confer

a matter; of hours last nightas The elder license. not penetrate his skin. In 29 cities Is expected to lop wild melee as well-wishers stopping at Pittsburgh, Pa, with him at Huntington on the
Zeigler was a native -
Sidney A. Zeigler, a Polk of Zeigler, Ga., and had Arrested after he fired the Nenner said the Incident off 1,800 workers and save J188 crushed around them from all Inez and Palntsville, Ky., and

City resident, died at his lived in Polk County for 45 shot at Patrolman Ronald about happened 1:50: yesterday o'clock afternoon when he million a year, ides. However several of the Huntington, W.Va. (Turn to Page 2, Column 6)

home and his son, Miley Eu years. He was a retired con- Nenner, In front of Cooper's observed a car, later Iden- For the time being at least, enthusiastic greeters were carried
gene Zeigler was fatally Injured Grocery, 130 N. Florida Ave., the Navy's 11 shipyards, major out of the crowd and given
in an auto accident near (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) was Roland Moses, 21, of 107 (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) Air Force and Army bases first aid.After U.S. May Convert Closed

Arcadia. were left untouched. a fleet of three -uresl- I

The Desoto County High The other eight actions dential helicopters landed outside
way Patrol office said that Ma'y' ,q s worth $21 million a year In savings a retraining school for unemployed A-Plants To Power Plants

Miley E Zeigler, 31, of Polk Involve unspecified installations workers, thousands of
City, died as the result of In- .d overseas. What will school children who had been

juries sustained In an accident t happen to them was left open released from classes swarmed WASHINGTON (AP) Nuclear -has signed an agreement with

at 4:23 o'clock this morning h pending consultation with European over the landing field. explosives plants shutdown AEC to invest $300,000 to $400

four miles north of Ar and Western Hemisphere Both the President and Mrs by President Johnson's WX In studying the feasibility. of
cadia on State Route 35. governments concerned. No Johnson were buffeted about taking over the heavy water
Zeigler's 74 -year- ld father NATO forces are affected. and swept along by the crowd cutback In plutonium productionmay type reactor scheduled to be

died of natural causes last McNamara said In Boston last despite the determined effortsof be converted Into huge ci- shut down about July 1.
night at 10 o'clock. I Service and vilian electric power plants i Two other groups have IndM
Isk1 I (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) Secret agents The Atomic Energy Commission '.Bated interest In this reactor,
In Car
Passenger police. considers the conversion to one of them representing a

The highway patrol said Loses His Grin be technically feasible and has number of rural electrical co-

I I that the younger Zeigler was I After about five minutes, Invited utility firms to under op.

the passenger of a car driven Johnson lost his ready grin and take studies, at their own ex Invites Studies
by John M. Cody, of 702 7th mmwmPage looked grim as security men pence, of the economic and en
St. Winter Haven. Cody was the gineering problems involved The AEC has Invited privateand
tried to clear a way through
reported in serious condition r Two reactors soon to be withdrawn , public utilities In the Pacific
of I
this morning at the Arcadia rf press humanity from producing plutonium -! Northwest to undertake
general hospital. $ Secret Service agents wavedfor one at AEC's Hanford.:similar feasibility studies at the

According to the Highway Amusements ..... 13 police reinforcements and Wash., installation and the other .;Hanford Center, looking to the

Patrol, the Cody car ran off Business News ... .. 11 had difficulty steering the at Savannah River S C. possible conversion and operation

the road, up an embankmentand Bridge .. .. 8 President toward the entranceto have been offered for commercial -' of one of the three plutonium
struck a large oak tree. the field. The pressure of the power generation producing reactors being
II
After the collision with the Crossword Puzzle crowd Insistently swept the discontinued there

tree the car crashed into a Comics ....", ,......13-14 presidential party away fromits Capability Cited Some utility groups have expressed -

palm tree, cutting it in half. t3 9+Y Classified ,,,........ 15-19 destination. An AEC official said the two interest informally in
The car then came to rest on Once Johnson was free of the have the capability of deliver this reactor, an AEC spokesman
Deaths ..,................." 2
Its top crush, however, his grin reap- ing "many hundreds of mega(said but none has yet committed
Survivors of the elder Polk --- Dear Abby............. 11 peared and he began a more watts" of electric power that itself to undertake a

City man include his widow, Editorials .................. 4 normal hand shaking tour, is, many hundreds of millions of feasibility study

Mrs. Marion Zeigler; four Horoscope ................ 13 greeting well-wishers penned up watts if the shift t daughters Mrs. Roy Whit. .. behind fences and police barricades. can be carried through. anxious to encourage private
Witnesses Are Television .......... .... 14
wood. Orlando. Miss Carolyn Questioned This would suggest a capacity ventures at Hanford because
Sports ...... ,..... ........ 12
Zeigler Polk City Mrs T. E. Mrs. Johnson was the first to larger than any of the 13 nuclear -curtailment of AEC activities

Mock Sylvania, Ga., and Mrs. Lekeleed Dotectiv Weher S."..... *M..ti.... wit...,., In front .. a North Florid Avenue Weather Map ..."". 6 emerge from the crowd She plants now producing'there is expected to reduce employment

Estes McCorkle, Augusta, Ga.; tracery whore Lokelond motorcycl officer wot snot In the the* II y men ho wet rynxmj down to Women .."""""..... 9.10 was able to reach the exit fairly commercial power in the surrounding trl-
one son Tommy Zeigler Vi- ." on a traffic elo..... The b.Ih.l tkcocketed cud struck a (,.ct.t... It the I... (Ledger Photoe II y easily because most of the I At Savannah River me groupof city area of Richland, Pasco

data Ga:; two sisters, Mrs Hutchison) shrieking youngsters did not 11 Southern utility ,companies:and Kennewick, Wash I



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Some 400 Hear Candidates Make Has Narrow

I iOn; Start Of 'Poverty Tour'particular J-

Escape< -

Pitches At Rally In Auburndale problems of the Appalachian -into the Midwest was taking" the Democratic party dinner,
tined as the one driven by region. Those invited him Into "Goldwater country Driving past. Johnson got onlya

Moses, turning south on North included segregationist Democrat "Thia is Democratic country glimpse of the bannercarry.Ing .

Florida Avenue after makinga of Alabama ," said the President. "It is marchers.
C. Wallace -
office and promised "a con years' experience on the county same impartial courteous Including bonuses and called a George and It is
turn from Memorial Boulevard William Democratic tonight Fireworks Display
tinuance of smooth operation; commission promised! efficient service you have known in red herring his opponent's and Republican
pf speed b Oemopratio country Much noisier the
at a high rate going to was carefully
.
M-tlut-joh experience and. dependable administration with no the fust support of fo system removal The patrolman, a veteranof I next November." timed fireworks display
service, "asking the iMitsida Interests, and said "1 and called for restoration tif '
Tax Assessor nearly five years with the text which he that erupted along the lakefront
voters to weigh carefully the won't start any banks or real dignity to the office FtOm.l'ag, On In his prepared
police department, took off in i j said Democrats as Johnson left the hall With
Johnson
candidates' qualifications estate enterprises or attemptto Ralph Rossi noted his management Robert Haslett incumbent, read.
of the on his motorcycle | - rockets bursting aloft, the .
operate the office by re and business administration noted eight years' previous pursuit car should think "not only of the presidential
Tax Collector mote control" experience in the sheriffs office experience W, Scranton of Pennsylvania next election but of the next limousine slowed to a

Hobson Strain said experienced Charles Cooper cited hi.years past 15 years-eight at county work on bookkeeping and budgets Near Quincy Avenue. Nen !a possible Johnson opponent In generation." crawl so Johnson could see
personnel would have level, no political strings complimentary audits ner said he noticed the car the November election. I earthbound displays a fiery
of Sees No WorryHe
to match the machines in the self-trained-"I accounting expert.ence have "elected public servants, not and rebutted: he Is not against bumping the rear end of a Thursday night, in Chicago, American flag a Texas hat anda

tax office and said he. with what I learned hand picked politicians are removal of fee system, "kickIt (Johnson was saluted at a $100- said that if the party helps portrait of the President

long experience as a chief practiced needed" out if you want, but keep a ja,plate dinner by an estimated build "a great society of the i Johnson's tour of distressedareas
promise to give you value received He noted "we have a high good man in," cancelled Fr nf P! '8,000 of the Democratic faithful highest order we do not have to was announced only

....*"iJil" fi, ...,, t & of In tax the dollar administration won't subsidize and unequal tax structure," checks are public record; : The President, who has said worry about success at the Thursday, and the final schedule .
; your noted that bonus down talk at was not nailed down until
tJ itPlJ assessed at a "high maybe system was he'll tone partisan polls.
\ will break
.J.p-1f: businessmen value, Instead of actual land deemed infeasible and revokedby truck driven by William preconvention political gather- Wherever Johnson went In early today. It embraced a hectic -
: :
the
: :. .:1J. precedent by operating usage." that Polk has the second him 18 months ago and Price of Auburndale. ings forgot himself long enough Chicago crowds with Democratic round of helicopter and jet

office as a full time venture highest personal propertytax noted that workload increase The officer put on his red to add some resounding flourishes financed placards wait-,flights, speeches and conferences .
deputy tax collector in the 24. conscious and
will be cost
In the state and that the cost the county nothing extrain light and siren, he said, and to his prepared remarksat ed In the chill. Time and again, .
administration of
year retir sections class
disregard or
Supreme Court shouldn't be fees. stopped the car the dinner the President stepped into I Invited to meet with the Pres.
fog Tax Collector Clements
Ray clique-and ask to vote
you called on to give an equitable Next Democratic Executive Fight Begins crowds for handshaking. (Ident at Huntington late In the
best
was qualified with conscience"Stark "Decisive Victory"Come
your tax base. He promised not Committee rally will feature About the only non-cheers in day were the governors of West
He said this would be his F. Ginn noted his experience "full time but overtime" to Group One speakers at Winter "I told the Negro that he November, Johnson view were a small group of,Virginia Maryland. Alabama

sole business interest and he as a fiscal officerfor give a good administration Haven's Lake Silver was under" arrest for reckless predicted, the voters will bestow civil rights picket who paraded North Carolina, Georgia Tennessee

had mastered "the complicated the Third U.S. Army; and accused his opponent of Amphitheater, 7:30: p.m. driving, Nenner said, and decisive: victory at all behind police barricades out Kentucky Virginia and
background" of knowledge duties on church finance committees hand ordered the man to back his of all the
being -picked politickingon levels for the party side McCormick Place site of,Pennsylvania.bituarteg.
needed by, a tax col lee. ; asked that the background a "salary" basis car onto Quincy Street out of people." --- - - ------ _

tor of all the candidatesbe MathewsSlaps the line of traffic. Johnson said he had
James Roden, Incumbent, Grinning
J. B. Thornhill Jr., citrus diligently studied as five "He did like f told him" read Ina Chicago newspaperthat
that he not
quipped was previously
and dairy man. cited his 12 comparatively unknowns are a "file clerk" but a Back Nenner said, "and I told the his first presidential foray_ <
running for the most contested driver of the truck to comeback -
chief deputy asked that *-
office beside that pf be ;given a chance tptrience : to mi That's when !D fhHits
At Criticselimination "
the advocated fee- Moses took off.
I governor;
noted his efforts at educatingthe MRS FLORA HITTER Funeral services will be held

... system discard and budget public on tax matters; Driving the car at break # .Mrs Flora A Rltt.r, TS, of Monday: it >:30 p pi. at the

KlNGSWOOD system adopted. no matter said that high assessment was of retail price controls neck speed Moses headed Polk City 130 WMtovfT Si', died! earl* today Crisp Funeral Chapel' with the

who win his because of rapid Industrial on milk would not get a west on Qulncy Street for II at Lakeland l General HM Rev H P Hodges, pastor of
Miller noted
George K. growth and promised "sci single vote by so doing. about half a block then turned pital _her an illness of several i the Central Baptist Church, of.
in civic Twice
organizational ability entific approach to a technical Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia right onto North Missouri Family weeks. She *M a native Of, iclating! : Full military serviceswill
groups, years of real estate Job" If reelected. County charged that candidateswere Avenue and went towards Braxton County, West Virginia be held at the gravesideIn
business; advocated economyIn "engaging in the worst Memorial Boulevard. and the owner of a
Supervisor of Registration I tractor and came to Lakeland from Lakeside Memorial Park
operation and new ideas. kind of politics" About two block from the citrus grove. He was a memo Covtngton Ky., seven years' with Commander Myers of the

with a completely new administration J. E Holly promised to collar "Those who say it won't apply Quincy turnoff Nenner said ber of the Baptist Church and ago She was a member of, U.S. Navy In charge.
In costs
reducing
voters personally to Increase in Florida are talking nonsense stopped his car,
the Negro the Southside Baptist Church I Friends may call at the Crisp
In "a time for change"State registration and use the Masonic Lodge.
"Jumped out of It and ran and the Deborah Sunday School Chapel tomorrow and Sunday
i Attorney modem methods in keepingthe through an alley toward North The younger Zeigler was the lass. from 5 to 9 p.m.PETER .

Glen Darty was alone on office up to par, ; "r'J' tJ Florida Avenue. owner and operator of a long Survivors include two daugh-

the platform. His opponent, H. L. (Shorty) Palmer said ,. Police theorized that the distance truck and had lived ten, Mrs Helen R Lutz of JOHNSON
the Incumbent was a gover turned the corner at the Lakeland, with whom she had
s ace. I Edward flood, was absent, man WINTER HAVEN Peter
nor's political appointee that or secession or both, store and waited made her home and Mrs. H
but his leaflets Inundated the variety Johnson 90, of Eloise Loop
stadium resignation of Hugh Carlton said Karl. "The people of Florida pistol in hand for Nenner to l'l'fJfII tt Woodward Ritter of Cincinnati:I load, died yesterday afternoonat
I "let the voters down" and was deserve better than this kind
MONROE Darty, incumbent noted come around the corner a son, Oscar C. Ritter Jr of Lake Alfred Rest Home aftera
in deference to the Incumbent of campaign.
that his service encompasses "When I got to about 20 feet Sacramento. Calif.; two half-; long Illness
holed that women only workin Karl also charged that the "he all of his life. sisters Mrs. James O'Learyand
counties of Polk; Highlands from him. Nenner said in Polk County He was a native of Vaberg.
the hinterlands
BRANNEN and Hardee: his silt years In registration county's and duties on civil rights demonstration at the shot at me and I thought for He was a veteran of the Korean Mrs Pauline Thomas both Sweden, and came to this country -

I office, 11 years as prosecutor, and attacked alleged polling sales of Florida pavilion contributed of the to'World'iFair sure that my right foot hada War and a member of the of Warren, Ohio, three half-, at an early age and becamea
five years as chief assistant voter lists.Blanche was by a hole in It" It wasn't until brothers, Edward Murphy and citizen. He settled in New
county solicitor; that he tad lack of leadership by Gov. Farris later that Nenner found out Baptist Church Woodrow Murphy, also of Warren York City, moving to Winter

SHERIFF very few court reversals on Work, Incumbent a Bryant and Mayor Haydon that the shot Intended for him His survivors Include three and Charles Murphy of Haven from there 38 years ago.
former teacher, cited 27 years Burns of Jacksonville of daughters, Miss Diane Zeig- and six grandchildren -
his cases; that prosecution is had ricocheted into the leg Pittsburgh; He has been a citrus grower in
technical of experience In voter registration Meanwhile a resolution proposing her Milton Ky.. Miss Eugena '
an increasingly endeavor Pollack
noted that only 24 men Burns for this area for many years. Mr
to censure an Zeigler Polk City and Miss Funeral will be
=and_promised "the.. and 43 women serve as statesupervisors alleged political remark about I "I ordered him to did drop" his he I Vicki Sue Zeigler, Richmond. announced arrangements later by the Heath Johnson was a member of the
which he ,
I I Lutheran Church.
of registration, failed to by four I weapon
lawyers pass Ky.; two sisters, Mrs Roy Funeral Chapel.
acid pointed at her successful eN votes 44-48 at a meeting of the I said.About Whitwood. Orlando and Miss Survivors are a daughter, Mrs
forts In complete that time Nenner Esther Storm of Brooklyn, N.Y;
rereglstra- Jacksonville Bar Association: Carolyn Zeigler, Polk City; ALDEN H. KINNING
tion of some 77,000 voters last Patrolman T. P. Fields Victor Johnson, also of
Explains Remark said two half.sisters. Mrs T E. Alden H. Kinnlng, 69. of 1032 a son.
year, when the hoped.for fig also on foot, came up behind Brooklyn; and two grand hlldress. -
Burns .
indigestion was quoted as saying Mock Sylvania, Ga., and Mrs.Estes Sycamore St, died yesterday at ** .
ure was 60OOD-and noted that 1 earlier this week that lawyers the prisoner and placed the McCorkle Augusta, Ga., Lakeland General Hospital aft- .
she could not campaign as were "masters of deceit" He handcuffs around his wrists. and one half.brother, Tommy Friends may call tomorrow
Illness. He
er a long was a native
I! she would wish because of The Negro was taken to the and Sunday from S until 8 p.m
said later that he meant the remark Zeigler Vidalia Ga. of De Ruyter, N.Y. and
I workload. : booked.
Stop it right sway with TUMS antacid - I'I against one of his opponents -, city Jail where he was Joint funeral services will came to Lakeland' from Bald- Funeral arrangements wilj'be
Ublell Today good titling TUMS ffortlf .; I i! Criminal Court Clerk in the race not to apply It He gave no statement at to announced later by the Crisp Fu-
be held Sunday at 2 o'clock at wln vllle N.Y.
two
id-.....d soothing huh' potency f ;:,, -. why he shot at Nenner years ago. neral Home.
mutt . mutrtiK ,J! cKott acid l lmlalt John Brown noted his business to the entire legal profession. the Mount Olive Baptlkt Survivors Include his widow,
you from Oil t"P of in .eld-IM- background, plumped for Burns sought the votes oFlorida's Church In Polk City with the Mrs Frances Kinnlng and a
tttcd lIom.ell-compl.I.ly, s.nll, In CHARLES P. LEWIS
trw pot. Wouldn't you Ilk* that a .n ,..d.ot fee removal and budget operation Lone National Guards McNamaraLists Rev. Wilson Shields pastor of brother. Leonard Kinning of _

Quickly .ffictlvt, hiiA ", lniey nlif noted "excessive ex- men in a speech at Lake City. the Polk City Baptist Church, Baldwlnsvllle. I WINTER HAVEN

I penditures1'. _of_his opponent He said the Governor should!, NewDefense officiating He will be assisted Funeral services will be held Lewis, 71, di f
show proper concern and respect I by the Rev T, F. O'Steen. tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock morning his jlrlePerron

for the Guard and prom. I pastor of the Skyline Baptist at the Dukes Steen Funeral S. Lake Howard Drive.
I
We've Moved. to ised to Join members at summer Cuts Church. Burial will be in the Home, with the Rev Fr Clifton He was a native of '

training If he is elected. Mount Olive Cemetery. Kersey H. White officiating. Burial will boro Miss, and came to Win
In a speech to members of Funeral Home of Auburndale ter Haven 18 years ago from
be in Oak Hill Burial Park.
118 W. Lemon St. the Miami Board of Realtors week it would take him six is in charge of arrangements. Friends may call at the funeral Laurel, Miss He was a former
Mayor Robert King High said months to determine which of' owner and operator of the Polk
home from 7 until 9
new Industry would find Flori 11 naval shipyards will be tonight ,Grocery Co., a wholesale grocers -

LANIER I da's tax structure more palatable closed because oi heavy costs Dedication Set o'clock. and retired In 1954. Mr.

If he Is elected. and excess capacity [Lewis was a member of the:

UPSHAW, INC. High cited his record of reducing I The last time the defense chief WEBSTER C. KIRK SR. I Beymer Memorial Methodist

taxes as mayor of Miami !announced any base closings At Eaton Park Webster C. Kirk Sr., 80, of 214 Church of Winter Haven. ,

t/ Complete" Insurance Service and said he would apply the!was last Dec 12. The announce Swannanoa St., died today at He is survived by his widow

T % Phone 686-2113 same effort statewide He also ment came amid considerable his home. He was a native of Mrs Wilma Kelly Lewis of

blasted candidates he laid were political commotion that reportedly Club Building Cadis Pa., and came to Lakeland Winter Haven; a son Ms);

Customer trying to buy the governorship, from Columbus Ohio, 11 Charles P. Lewis Jr., of the
1< _q ,-- I The Eaton Park CommunityClub years ago He was a life member -U.S. Air Force. Brussels, Bell

Forking From EN ROUTE TO U.S. lr (On will be dedicated tomorrow .. of the Crafton Masonic glum, a sister, Miss Mary;
Missouri
Avenue mrJJI Lodge 653. F 4 AM In Pennsyl- Lewis of Laurel, a grandsonand /
with Commisslone
AP-Defense Minister night r
TAIPEI ( ...
'" Entrance. _., .. ... .
and
Yu Ta.wei of Nationalist] Aldine Combee as guest speaker vania, and attended the Presbyterian several nieces '

China left Taipei today for the won reprieves for some The club house will be usedas I ChurchSurvivors nephews

Visit Us In Our New Offices United States for what was offlclally bases, Including a couple of the voting place for the new' include his widow,I Funeral arrangements will bej\

described as his annual 1 Navy yards. Eaton Park Precinct 51 Mrs Lenor Kirk, and a son, anounced later by Laughlin I
medical I II A chicken and rice supper will I Webster C. Jr, of Pennsylvania Funeral Home.
(
checkup. On that occasion, M bases
I I be served beginning at 5:30.: Funeral arrangements will be
for shutdown or
were tapped Donations will be tl for adults announced later by the Gentry., JAMES R. VANHOOSER
,substantial reduction over a period 50 cents for children. Proceeds: Morrison Funeral Home HAINES CITY-James R.

Come To The of 3V4 years. All but seven will be used for the bettermen t .- Vanhooser, 72. a resident of

v are in the United States of the community RITES FOR MR. WILLIAMSON 1719 Leroy Drive died Wednesday

Cutbacks Noted After the dedication ceremony Funeral services for Grover night at the U.S. Veteran:

I Up to today's actions the Pen all political candidatesare C. Williamson 75, of SOS Edge- Administration Hospital at Bay*

r, 'tagon reported. 494 major in Invited to speak water Drive, who died Monday, Pines. .,
had been ordered wert held yesterday at All A native of McDonald County.
FISHFRY :stallatlons reduced with annual Saints' Episcopal Church, with Mo., Mr. Vanhooser had mad

"rot Hooks) l closed savings or pegged at SIRS million. Water Gardens the Rev Fr. Clifton H. White his home in Haines City since19M. /
here from BiECabin
moving
.
en BURHS" McNamara estimated last officiating Burial was In Oak
winter that the base trimmings i Hill Burial Park. Okla He was a retired
Sets Open HouseWINTER farmer and was a veteran of
selections
would cut Organ were present.
then contemplated
r World War I. He attended th
ed 0 Parrett. Pallbearers
the by Robert
000 civilian worker from
or"r :70. Church.
HAVEN Slocum were John Woodall Jr.. .West Side Baptist

,rolls.It has been Pentagon policy to! Water Gardens 1101 Cypress David Williams, Gen. H. D Harris .I Survivors are his widow, Mrs,
four daughters
Vanhooser,
absorb much of the worker I Gardens Road, will begin a Omar H. Bradley, L. S. Bonnie
as
f...a.r.\. l weeklong house Mrs T. L Whisker Haines
r reductions 811 possible through open today, Wheeler and Craig MasseyDukesSteen Lincoln
for Flonda residents. City; Mrs. Rex Fuller, ,
funeral Home was]
hiring
freeze on
1 attrition and a I
Parsons,
Mrs. James ,
'Neb
The five-acre tract has been in of ;
charge arrangements
at other Installation | Stillwell Okla.; and Mrs. Neville
base developed into exotic garden I
i Employe displaced by Kansas City Mo.;
i where water lilies collected RAY Ktopus.
WILLIE WILKES
offered a
EVERYBODY WELCOME MEET AND HEAR closing are generally Ernest and Ottis
brothers
;crack at openings elsewhere In from all comers of the world, WINTER HAVEN-Willit Ray three Washington state,

: complex. The abound. Wilkes, 42, englneman 1st Class Vanhooser
the government Thousands of water lilies and Floyd Vanhooser, Jay. f
'Defense also has U.S. Navy of 209 Ave F. SE
Department in bloom some the Okla.; two sisters Mrs. Lester '
are now -
died Me-
done some retraining, to give size of dinner plates and in yesterday morning at Sanders, Southwest City, Mo.;
Dill Air Force Base Hospital
Ikl1s.Boys'
HAYDON BURNS ousted workers new rainbow. Silvie Cooper Wit-
all colors of the The following a short illness and Mrs
from Kan. and 14 grandchildren
gardens are open daily He was a veteran of IS years 'chits ;
Club Area 9 a.m to 5 p.m. and Sunday .
In the Navy and at the time of
from 1 to S p.m. Florida residents Funeral services will be heldat
his death he was being trans

CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR ,Council To Meet driver's need license only show and pay their I duty fered from to an Great overseas Lakes tour Ill. of to Home the 10 Dave a.m. Lane Monday.Funeral The

three-cent service charge. Howard of
San Salvador. He had spent Rev. J. L. pastor

A meeting of the Boys Club Just one month here with his the Westside Baptist Church,
ri FISH FRY will be held tomorrow Concrete PlantDedication and the Rev Morris Nowell
V Area Council family and his mother and
.v from 10 a.m. to 4 p mat father.in.law, Mr. and Mrs E. pastor of the First Baptist
the Cadet Restaurant. Set I D. Varnadore. Church. will officiate.

t e F R E E BAKED BEANS & SLAW Carl G. Schowe, executive director Survivors Include his widow, Burial will be In Forest Hills

1 of the Lakeland Boys' In W. HavenWINTER Mrs Beatrice Wilkes Winter Cemetery. Daw lane Funeral

: 1J HUSH PUPPIES Club, said boards of directorsand Haven: one daughter, Betty Home will .be in charge of arrangements -

executive directors from. HAVENA new Jean Wilkes. Winter Haven;

< eight cities will speak and par concrete plant is to be dedicated -I' one son Willie Roy Wilkes,

ticlpate as panel membersThe here tomorrow by J. P. Winter Haven; his father John
DIXIELAND BAND speaker will be and S. B. Gordon, of
.;. principal owners Willie Wilkes of Btxley, Ga; Dukes Steen
'$ Lakeland I
Sam A. Banks of Gordon Brothers Concrete Co. one sister, Mrs Annie Maude
\ chairman of the Florida Citrus The fourth for the firm In 'Rudd of Denver Colo., and one I

Commission Banks will speakat central Florida, the plant U (I'I brother, L C Wilkes, Baxley' Funeral Home
SATURDAY APRIL 25th a noon luncheon. Warren G. at Third Street and Avenue i Ga

Brown, southern regional direc- P. northwest The dedication H j

tor of the Boys' Club of Ameri ceremony will also mark the i j! , 310 S. Florida

ca. will also be a guest of the company's 42nd anniversary TH9RNTOK ;

6 m. at Christina Park Lakeland Boys' Club The plant will produce
MEMORIAL HOME
p. W V. (Benny) Fenton, president ready.mixed concrete, septic . Phone MU 2-3123
of the board of directors of tanks pipe and other related UM to it* A I

Hwy 37 (Mulberry Rd.) Between Lakeland 1 Mulberry the Lakeland club will welcomethe products Open house is to be I .**..* MU ,Jtft II

and ........... """' ambulance service
50 anticipated delegates between 10 a m. and 1pm. . "*
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Eleven Motions (Friday, April 24, 1K4 j
Filed
(I LAKELAND LEDGER;
--- SHOP, FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND .
In Fruit Fraud ChargesBARTOWA Slain Negro ... I .., 0e
r d.J :;r t: : .oj! '',..\'I 1 I; ..'<
total of 11 Is EscapeeFrom :
motions defendant violated any crimi ". '
were filed in Criminal nal law of the State of Florida ,
Court yesterday by attorney ." Georgia
for two men charged In con Severance AskedA
nection with SEBRING (AP-The .
last month'i fruit motion asking the court Highlands -
graud investigation to "require the State to elect County Sheriffs office.said J..
Eight of the motions were whether to try" Smith on the yesterday it was satisfied thata APRIL IS :,
filed by WillIam B. Holland, conspiracy charge or "uponthe Negro slain while trying to
remaining counts of the kidnap a Lake Placid woman
attorney for Walter A. Smith, Information.A ." was Willie H. Small 21, a Sunday DRESS MONTHAT
prominent Winter Haven fruit second motion for severance escapee from the Dough-
dealer, and the remaining asking the court to erty County Ga., convict camp..
three were filed by D. C. "sever" the trial of the conspiracy The man was shot to death MAAS
Laird, attorney for William of the charge from the trial Tuesday by State Sen. Hayward
Hugh Thompson, I truck remaining charges be.cause H. Davis, M, in Davis' Lake 1
driver for Smith'a Lake Shipp "Rules of Evidence applicable Placid home as the Negro!
the
to two
Packing Co. charges pushed Davis' wife toward an
are inconsistent and
Both Smith, 55, and Thomp repug- exit.An
son, 3J, face one count of nant.A demand for a preliminary automobile which the Negro
conspiracy and 11 counts of hearing on the warrant mired a mile from the g
grand larceny A third man, for his arrest.A Davis home was Identified as '
Edward Leonard Cameron 42- motion asking the courtto stolen Sunday from the vicinityof
year-old scales operator for require the solicitor's of. Albany, in Doughtery County, 6's
universal Food Products of fice to produce "tangible the Sheriffs office said .t I fI. )
Lakeland, pleaded guilty to things" upon which the solicitor !. i
all 17 charges and \Ia scheduled intends to rely at the trial. f tv'
to be sentenced May 4. A hearing on the motions .

False Weight Charged ever.scheduled Criminal for Monday Judge Roy How H. .. .1.) (jf

All three are accused of Amidon will not be in court' ,, )1 B
stealing several thousand dol Monday and it is not known I 7 j _
lars from Universal by listing if his replacement, Circuit _._ tHo h1.1NV.r_ em.d.a: y
false weights for fruit sold to Judge J. H WUlson, will grant I /4 '- .
the firm by Lake Shipp Pack another postponement in the TIME FOR A "p
,
ing CoBoth. case I CHANGE
Smith and Thompson .
filed motions to quash the Concert Slated :
charges because they were I' t y.
denied the right of a pre At Southern ,
liminary 4
hearing I ,
Both also filed motions of A concert of sacred and pop, .
severance asking that they ular song will be presented at, .
not be tried with the other defendants 3 p.m. Sunday In. the Annie, //J
in the case. Pfeiffer Chapel of Florida
Thompson's third petitionwas Southern College by a mixed ." I {
a motion to quash the chorus of the campus chapter I .
charge and Information and of Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary 7 1 ) '1'
dismiss the case It alleges music fraternity. I I Fair and .qN.I ,, el
There will be admission li tin for *ll. .
Thompson was summoned no ,
the by charge and the public Is invited ELIMINATE PRESENT h.
sheriff's office "to appear L-i) )
and give testimony under oath it was announced by, FEE SYSTEM f
concerning his alleged acts Larry Loveday, president of the, a MAN HIS FHOMISlt TN"T NlIM v fI
of larceny . and he was campus Theta Sigma chapter II I ELECT J
questioned In detail and gave I ?
answers under oath pertaining The oldest porpoise born at Ralph J. Rossi ,
to same, that said hearing Marlneland of Florida Is named .
was held In compliance with "Spray". She Is 17 years old TAX ASSESSOR .. .
certain depositions and is one of the famous 1uming .
be
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to taken P'i N. ** Av kr II. J. 11..1
in a civil action by Walter A _porpoises:__ RR I .
Smith vs. Universal Food Products 1
'
." It seems 'nicest
Civil Suits Flied Blithe a i"
Three days after his arrest : .
.
Smith filed a civil action In people drinkHICKOR- :: ...
an effort t* obtain almost

'tlpooo'he claims Universal .. I
oval him for fruit delivered rR r. -
tel the company. At the time r (
j rthe arrests, a spokesman i
lot the company said it was OLD I IBICK
In a position to recover its OLD
losses aT I
The other six motions filed
on behalf of Smith IncludeA N
motion for a "Bill of !
Particulars," furnishing specific
details on each of the 17 I f
America Most Bourbon ,1.! '
''"- counts. .. Jn the information.A ....... -- -Magnificent-. -.-.......... --- I .(' .
motion to strike the .
entire I j; .
information because Smith r;' ." 10 years light'! ,, TI .
was unlawfully denied a preliminary :

committing because examination"the magistrate information before," and a "r* *: ',,10 years mellow ': \ j jn I t Ur


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UnthinkableOne In GOP AppraisalBy



DAVID LAWRENCE Lodge and Nixon had to be by

of the cliches of our time is lofty idea, of course. It is as old as "write-in." A 'total of MO,.
itself. WASHINGTON President 000 votes were.cast for, the
that "nuclear bombs have made war war
could readily be presidential nominees, while
What is new is that It is no longera Johnson million voted for the
Republican
unthinkable"-unthinkable in the sense classed as a "pro" in national one
platitude but is becoming a rule of insight \ candidates for governor .
that we can no longer fall back on international behavior Despite Cyprus politic, and he showed his in the primary Persons

armed force to settle international ar Viet Nam, Berlin and a dozen even Into the technique who worked in the campaignin
of the opposite Illinois say that the guber.
guments. Too much If not all of other old and new points of friction party when he natorial race was much more

human life and human civilization between East and West, the world has said at his I hotly contested and attracted

would be wiped out. moved steadily back from the nuclear latest newsconference that far more interest than did the

precipice it stood on during the Cuban t\ Gold- presidential primary.
Actually, the immense destructive Senator
missile crisis in 1962. water is "up this doesn't
But
even answerall
of the atom has forced men to t
power /41 :hgher"slepretty the questions that could be
think about war as they never have THIS DOES NOT MEAN that the hi t asked. While Senator Gold-

before in history and in this fact lies possibility of war has ceased to exist Republican'presidential water got'913,000 votes out of
one million cast for all the
our hope for the future.In and we need no longer worry about it, contest candidates clear majoritythe

the stable world of 1914, after a or that the Communists have aban- Mr. Johnson LAWRENCEly question arises is to

century without a major international doned their goal of making the world ta .n disinterested.pp.rent- vein passedout how many of the 204,000 votes
for Senator
cast Margaret
conflict, war was also "unthinkable. unsafe for democracy. some information on the Chase Smith for example

But the tragic fact was that becausethe There is still plenty of unrest and Republican race which corresponds were a compliment to the first

leaders of that day did not think the Communists are trying to profit .tl IS'l M' 1r with what the Insiders woman candidate and whetherthe
the Republican
In
about war and its consequences, war from it. But more and more frequentlythey Party here have been saying bulk of those cast would
have to ambassador
came. Its results are part and parcelof are being brought up short by the lv r g among themselves. The President Lodge gone or former vice president .

the crises we face today. "stop" sign of nuclear war. commented as follows: Nixon if their names had

More and more, internal dissension "One of the men I talked to been on the ballot. As It was

THE FIRST CHILD of 1914 was is racking the Communist world itself j1I yesterday, who Is very knowledgeable a "write-In" of 52,000 for Mr
', / In public affairs told and approximately 25: ,.
h Lodge
World War II. Its granchild is the Cold -the Chinese-Russian feud Russia's
me that he thought if Senator 000 for Mr. Nixon raises the
War, whose specter of atomic Armageddon economic troubles, the growing independence t1 s Goldwater carried Californiaand question of how these two

has been chilling our bones of the Eastern European sat. } /4 I Illinois as he has-if groups of voters would have
he carries Texas as he expectsto recorded their likes or dislikes .
for these nearly 20 years. ellites. More and more, communism is
without any question and if the ballot had been
Suddenly but not accidentallyit being forced to compete with demon the other Southeastern states solely between Senator Gold-

may be that something resembling racy against a background of general THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE probably having Arizona and water and Mr. Lodge, or between
real peace is breaking out peace.'And it is in peace that democ some of the states like Montana the Arizona senator and
and Wyoming, that po Mr, Nixon.In .
Pesident Johnson recently called racy' thrives.As .
<32
tentlal was some votes,
for "reasoned agreement instead of President Johnson said on the without one or two other many states candidatesin

ready aggression" In dealing with 15th anniversary of NATO: "Our guard Owe Aid First To Our OwnEDITOR states that they considered nomination the primaries for the for presidency the party

world problems. is up. But," he added, "our hand is could go his way. for the governorship and for

There is nothing new about this out." "It looked like a pretty othe officers are on the same
: I read the article they can get. That leaves solid figure, over 500 the wayIt ballot. In many other states
about the colored farm workers The Ledger'sOpinion their yards clear. was going now. I haven't they are not In. few big
by John D Pomf ret. I agree There is a state law which checked It and I don't know machines makeit
states, voting
I Reforms In The DraftRejection they are not paid a living sal Page fines violators $100 for litter- anything about It" But when difficult to split a ticket
ary and have poor living con Ing our roads and highways. you take the Southeasternvotes when there are so many can-
ditions. Farm work Is hard Thin editorial l p.|t effort Don't you think police officers that have indicated they didates listed for a number of
work, too. But we also have the ntwipoptr'i own spilled and the sheriffs departmentcould are for him, and add to them
of Cassius Clay for military recurring problem .of an overflowing many white laborers who are .f) m.t?.ri .f entrant .....,..etI. help us clean up Polk Illinois, Texas and California offices.
,,,,.
service has led several congressmen manpower pool. underpaid and do not have welcomes In the editorial the opinion c.I. tt It County and make the word what he might pick up in ONE OF THE PHENOMENA

to call for Investigation of the selective decent living conditions. Also ,...... 'In the Voice ef the "Imperial" mean cleanliness some of the other states, I of American electionsis
WHEN PRESIDENT KENNEDY many elderly people who People Colu", .. Letter mutt too? think he will be up there the way In which membersof
service system Senator Ken- live on Welfare and Social Se- be signed end beer the writ.I J. P. HYER pretty high.
asked Congress last year to re-enact curity without ,'. .....,"., but "."'.. will congress sometimes run
neth B. Keating (Rep. N. y) believes pensions enough far ahead of the nominees forpresident
draft legislation for another four years, money to cover their doctor .. withheld.. upon reeue, t. Aletter WHILE MANY Republican and sometimes far

\ men who are drafted must be startledto It was evident that no one in the Pen bills\ and living expenses. Yet weds' ,should end Terse not eictod connot 210 beuted. Students Rarin'To observers throughout the behind. A few decades age* *.. .

"see the heavyweight champion of tagon had taken a fresh look at thenation's many of these same people The Ledger. reserve Edit country see the race the same when there was a simple bal:
have paid taxes and social security the right te reject ojny letter PageEDITOR way, some of them are frank lot the presidential nominee
the world excused from any kind of military manpower supply and all their working years ., shorten It. Opinion .f to note that if Goldw.terdoesn't usually! carried along on his"coattails" .
service whatever." One House member demand.Discussion on the floor of the Now, I can't understand how columnitti ond other c...- : ,Approximately a make It, many of his the congressional
.., .
trlbutors elsewhere !
House indicated that we can spend so much on For. decade ago, The Ledger rana votes will be passed on to '
hardly any members thif ..... nominees of his own party.
predicts Clay will be the No. 1 witnessin former
eign Aid before we see about teen page. The high school vice president Nixon. But this oesn't happen today.
of that body wanted to take sucha
Into selective service. the needs of our own people. was all for this, and the students Incidentally;what the President -
an ,inquiry In rece t years, only 90 out
look; the Senate took 10 minutes to Colored and white. If they tives were told of these situations prepared the Ingredients said and what hit Informant of every 100 persons voting for
And President Johnson, a few days extend the act. in need of eagerly. Then a new told him in direct
are help we owe it they would see that Social are president have taken the painsto
ago, said the draft may become out Since then, the Department of De- to them first. Security would be increased editor came and this page contrast with recent reports vote for congressional can

moded America and fense has announced that a study of BILL WEAVER as the cost of living was dropped with many unheeded In newspapers analyzingthe didates. There is plainly an
as grows stronger pleas from the school
11$.. They would give the election in Illi\ indifference to the
more secure in the 1970s. :: the draft law has been started. There full pension to widows. It and parents to keep It. Now, nois..prima *, elections And congres.Ional yet-

Young men who have followed boxing is no reason why Congress should not Give Oldsters costs as much to live for a the as we students have another are once chance again, Several writers, for Instance sometimes when a Contest la

should not have been conduct Its' own study at the same widow as it does for a single willing and excited. This drew attention to the sharp and the race is bitter,
recently surprised page
man or widower. Let's be the total in
Pension fact that Senator Goldwatergot votes cast a congressional -
be
Bigger can a success. Please run
by Clay's failure to pass the time.Public hearings with without fair to those who won't be here it once again.A 64 per cent of the Republican election in some
or
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Army's preinduction mental examina EDITOR The war on very long. vote in the presidential- districts will far exceed those
poverty LAKELAND STUDENTMacArthur
tions. It is doubtful that Clay will Cassius Clay as the star witness has started and I thinkit ONLOOKER preference primary, but that .cast for the presidential can

prove of much value as a witness be should reveal to congressmen and the Is a great idea. Let us start he polled only 51 per cent of didates.

fore committee public that selective service, more and where It is needed most. Let A Plea ForCleanliness the Republicans who went to These seems to be no ex
a congressional except us that citizens the polls to vote for a guber for the be-
more, has become jerry-built. Hearingsalso see our elderly planation erratic
possibly as an attention-getter, But the Or Beer Cans? natorial candidate. This comparison
trying to live on small havior of the voters themselves
to convince the Pentagon
suggestion, if made seriously, that might help social security pensions receive Isn't really significantat / as recorded In the

Congress look into the fairness and ef that, under present policies, it too much-needed attentionand EDITOR: I have been reading EDITOR: Now that we have all, because again and totals. There Is no adequate
often defers the lost such a gallant man as again the total number of
or exempts wrong keep. explanation either as to why
fectiveness the law with interest the
draft
of is welcome opinionsof votes cast for have
Douglas MacArthur one of the governor
drafts the the so many people do not vote at
at These
man or right man upright Americans readers who like myself. been-In
and overdue. greatest soldiers of all time, excess of those cast all. It Is that
wrong stage of his life.Enough's proved themselves by struggling want to see the street we live who saved the lives of manyof for president true sometimes

FOR SEVERAL YEARS, the selec and then through having a bad to depression retire on on There clean are and six orderly.or eight families is our boys, I wonder if then In the Illinois primary this other personal difficulties emergencies in getting or to
a street airport or school the
year names of both the the
tive service system has been accumu- small pensions. Their widowsare who leave rubbish and to be named after him or gubernatorial and polling places prevent
presidentialcandidates voters from casting their ballots
lating an ever larger backlog of being discriminated I garbage cans, together with maybe his profile on one of
young EnoughThe were printed on the but more often than not
against. They only 80 their
men of draft age. Because of this over- receive trash, lying around seven our coins Or maybe the public same ballot but only SenatorGoldwater it Is lack of Information about
cent of the benefits
per they week and
days a 52 weeks would rather have a speedIng and .
Senator
supply, the military has not been draft- St. Petersburg Times says should receive. The single a year not In front of their Lincoln full of beer cans Chase Smith were Mar.garet officially any Issues of which the candidate or either the

ing men until they have been in the Florida Senator George Smathers took men and widowers get the fuU own home but as close to engraved on a coin.CARRIE. / listed In the presidential bewilderment produces or indifferenceand

manpower pool for three or four years some liberties with the facts in his amount If our representa. the line (of their neighbor) as ARNOLD race. So the voting for often both.

(meaning that men are 21 or 22 years newest "Washington Newsletter. The

old before called to service). Deferments Pinellas editors say he can't or didn't

have been granted more and offer any support for his flat assertion
Governor I IBy
more liberally to men in college and that the civil rights bill would "create Wallace's Bid In Indiana

so-called critical occupations. Exemp superior rights for a minority of our

tions have been given to fathers, and citizens." RALPH McGILL the colored man was listed by that any jury would not convict grand dragon of the Klan of ing Week of the Appalling

recently extended to married men. We don't know about that, but we Publisher of the the Klan as a "minor" enemy him, brutally battered and the 1920s went to jail in 1924. Month ."

Mental and physical standards for did notice that The Ledger newsroom Atlanta ConstitutionAI.bama'l (In Indiana a Klan leader once then raped his young secretary John Bartlow Martin writing
Governor Wallace tried to reassure Catholic acquaintance -
draftees have been raised several receives seven identical copies of the may be expected to do by informing him: This young lady, when an account. Magazine of Stephenson InHarper' THE LATE DOC GREEN,
titled
times in recent years. In 1057, 33 per senator's newsletters, each franked at rather well In Indiana for the "We are not against you Irish she recovered consciousness, "Beauty and the Beast," pro who"Reluctant came to Dragon"be known of as the the
cent of those who examined same reason that in Wisconsin Catholics" he said, "just them killed herself.
were were government expense under the signature vided a look at some of the Georgia! Klans once told the
rejected. In 1961, 44 per cent were re- "George Smathers, US.S" as President Johnson putIt foreign Roman Catholics.") Klan jargon In quoting an order writer that when this jargon

jected. Mental and While the 75 people STEPHENSON, who boasted from Imperial Wizard Hiram gibberish was read out a
physical rejectionswere senators are concerning by
voted against THE KLAN ALWAYS was "I am the law" might Evans to the Evansville
about equal in number. themselves about "rights," one way or him for every largely a racket and this have got off But a newspaper Klavern suggesting Stephen. fellow of In the a black robe the

Some of these exemptions and deferments the other, maybe they could consider 25 that were caused It to attract the usual exposed him. He was tried and son's suspension. It was addressed eyes suckers up for more initiation illiterate used

undoubtedly are justified.But whether the overworked postal people for him. In percentage of scheming rascals convicted-In part because the to "all Genii Grand to bug out.

the manner in which they have have any. Or the taxpayer who foots ran Wisconsin best he In boys.and If there underworld were muscle 200,000 Klan.,with disowned headquarters him. The In Klan Atlanta Dragons. Furies Hydras Giants, Great Titans At any rate the enclaves of

crept Into the selective service system the mail expense for seven envelopesand strongly conservative --, members for example, they Insisted it stood for the purityof Kleagles Exalted Cyclops King, old the prejudices anti-labor and factions new, plus will

suggests that each was devised as a enclosures, whdn one usually is .Gold- each had paid 310 for initiation Southern womanhood and Terrors and all citizens of the give Mr. Wallace His

quick, but temporary, solution to the more than enough. water districts zu {10 for dues $10 for the apparently extended this to include invisible empire." The letter selection of Wisconsin votes.Indiana
and in the old basic robe and for other
des extra Indiana womanhood. was signed "on April 17, 1924 and
Maryland based
was on an
Joe McCarthy regalia If the organizationcould 1-Am-the-Law"
home control Stephenson the Deadly Day of the Weep- estimate of Just such factors.
section McGILL the state patronage -
Indiana is a' It could of course, make
remarkable state producer of extra millions In Georgia the
admirable literature and culture Klan for some time largely Potomac FeverBy
LAKELAND LEDGER in general. Yet In the controlled the sale of asphaltto

1920s it was the one state outside the counties and the state
the South where for a highway system Klan organizers JACK WILSON
AKONIrt. MT> COWL III, time, the Ku Klux Klan literally also made killings in Indiana
r JOHN HARKOOM. VIM
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Imperial Polk County.World's = "'.M Miton CO* CHUU', and for a brief period the these states the "enemy" were to slow down?
Citrus Center -r'A"..".1". D'..... :
HUNT AiHtlton MICMARD Kt N.liv. lower courts. The state always *

ClwiiatiM l, PrwilMttM MUW_...._MINNVAILSV sentiment contained strong Its major anti newspa. labor i ( d $iI Nobody) our 'Is Far sure Eastern wh.t'operations happening-ln and Laos get, but "there'l a chance we can consolidate -

pen see Goldwater as the na everybody mad at us at once.
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.ntl--686.1151 tion's savior It was a combination :rJtJt'litl'' ;. *

of these factors that Queen Juliana won't go to her daughter's wedding. Watching a nice girl

SUBSCftlPTION RATUHOMf persuaded Governor Wallaceto foreigners In Oregon, for example from the Netherlands marry an unemployed Spaniard in Rome isn't her idea
OtLIVtRIONe enter the Indiana primary the Japanese were tar of a Dutch trr'!at
? Just as the presence of similar gets. In Colorado a Klan gov .

Purr . $21.40 OM month_ . .,. ... $ I.M conditions brought him to Wis ernor was sent to jail on a Sen. Margaret Chase Smith says she is running for president

SU m.niks ..,. $11.70 WMk . . . .. ... $ .'* consin and will later, see him stock fraud case a abort time reason the men are Where else can you make! $100,000 a for the same
in year and home
Maryland.The after his term ended.It go
Three .."th. $ 5.IS OM rear, by mill . . $24.00 Ku Klux Klan in the for lunch. "
Indiana
was however, *
1920s was not so much concerned that provided the most flagrant
Published afternoons and and with the Negro as with example of Klan lawless fc.ffcr.MldkenjJoh.nwni.0r a study of selective service lie winds to find out.
on Saturday Sunday morning by
Roman Catholics Jews and ness Power corrupts, and David the way Gov. Scranton hopes it will or the way
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 "foreigners" Save in a few C. Stephenson grand dragon Cassius Clay knows it does. -
Southern states where there arrogant with wealth: and *
were only a small number of that he above the If the
sure was polls on the GOP presidential race are right the only
Republicans
.. Roman Catholics and Jews, law since he was confident who know for sure where they stand are the undecideds.


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free Main atmosphere sources of are dust toll in blowIng the Chester Schools To Open; WASHINGTON REPORT World's FairEndorsed Friday,LAKELAND April 24, 194 LEDGER.I I MOVED TO

118 W. LEMON ST.
ocean spray, volcanic activity Demonstrations Promised The, world'i tint successfullive
forest fires domestic and LBJ Once Fought birth of a porpoise in captivity I lonJer Upshaw,

exhaust industrial'an trotesset. matter vehicle I' CHESTER, Pa. (AP-Cheiter schools would be reopened Tuesday I Customer occurred at Marinelandof II INC.' ... ::.:::
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NEW
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: because feared for (AP-The New
they ____ .
At a rally Thursday night, n' York
the safety of the World's Fair, asking a BALDWINORGANS
pupils
KkcsWdobStATi /will reopen the schools say next they however, Frank Brooks treasurer By FULTON LEWIS JR. list 13 separate Instances spectacular recovery from open-
week. of the Committee for Free WASHINGTON-In big cities where Johnson had weakenedthe In,- ay bad weather and civil
and tiny hamlets the lanky bill along lines demandedby
dom Now said "We're
But civil goingto rights
rights demonstratorssay Congressman assailed the Southern Democrats clamor has earned the
young
they'll close them again. close them up again! those who rould "enslave a Mississippi's Senator James endorsement of the most Important II '- for
Mrs. Francis P. Donahoo, John J. Vaul assistant superintendent free people" with an onerous Eastiand an arc b -segregationist of all critics, the customer II fl"11IIJ Home or Church
president 'of the school board, of schools, said the civil riahts bill. actively campaignedfor ,
said Thursday that one of the board was going ahead with Its It was 1948 Johnson. telling voters The exposition was lauded by Jill Group organ "lessons
public schools will be reopened plans despite the statement. and LyndonBabies that LBJ "supported us in taking some two dozen persons polledat each Tuesday night
Monday and. if there are no Johnson everything relating to Integration rand :Thursday on the fairgrounds 7:30 p.m.
The
Further incidents the Junior demonstrators are protesting sought electionto out or the 1957 and .
high .schools. _._and elementary, alleged de facto school the U. S. 1960 bills. Attendance climbed fromWednesday' Orsa* 1 '/.... Httiqvarltn for folk County
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-- segregation and have held almost Senate. "Thiscivil .
South Carolina Gov Ernest opening-day $2,896
Hire I daily demonstrations for rights" program Hollings took to the stump to to 163,232 Thursday The relatively LONNELL INC.
he told ,
the past month. urge votes for the national low attendance Wednes-i I
U Charles I Chester police; arrested a total crab e IntDeA= :1 ticket, pleading: day was attributed to civil 500 South Florida Av Ph. MU 2-3191
L. rights demonstration, which!
CooperAs "If the South the conservative
of 211 persons on Wednesday tin, "is an effort cause and the nation have had been announced In ad-,

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background.I. front of the home of a Delaware chance. The South's main or around the 646-acre fair site
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by broken glass for such debate.
OF CIRCUIT COURT
Ronald Ellis. 20, of Chester By 1957, he had the
I caught
Haydon Bums of Jacksonville
IN P./ ANv. b AM. C..I..W10o ,was arrested later and charged Presidential bug and sought will appear Saturday at During the past tuotillu, Blanche Work has . .
with disorderly conduct after for the first dime' in his legislative a Polk County rally In Christina'
reportedly shouting insults at a career, enactment of a Park Highway 37, half way between p C served as Polk County Supervisor of Registration,
policeman.At civil rights bill. Liberals in Lakeland and Mulberry. I >> after many years of experience as Chlel Deputy.
rr: I the Thursday night rally both parties charged, how- The Polk County Committeefor l
Brooks accused Chester and ever, that Johnson had sold Burns will give a free fish ar supplied the leadership and voter registration know-
1 ,State Police of brutality in out to the Dixiecrats by supporting I fry, open to the public starting hqw needed to successfully complete the rereglstratlon -
Wednesday night's demonstra several crippling at 8 pin A Dixieland band will t of 7I.9CK Polk County voters (THE LARGEST
amendments. provide additional entertain NUMBER OF VOTERS IN POLK COUNTY
111 / RTFF ; I' tions.Will Hurt Cause "I DISAGREE with my Ma- ment. HISTORY to register personally In so short a period
'II jorlty Leader on the nature of Mayor and Mrs. Burns will a of time . ).
Louis Brown vice presidentof this bill," Oregon's Wayne Join the crowd at 8:30: after
I the Chester chapter of the Morse said. "I consider it a which Burns will speak I worked long and hard at her job as Supervisor of
on [,National Association for the Ad- corpse . Civil rights for Harold McCranie Is general Registration, leaving precious little time to campaign .
':vancement of Colored People millions of colored people are chairman of the event. Morris: personally, as she would have liked
told the demonstrators: "Don't dead." Pritchard Is the Lakeland
LADIES'MEN'SCHILDREN'S '
damage can and don't hurt Three years later, Johnson Burns Committee chairman I fJiiritiff the next 4 gears,
people. They don't do It in Bit again backed a civil rights Any person wishing additional }"
m mingham (Ala.) or Jackson bill and again liberals charged Information should contact niaitc/ie Work will . .
:(Miss). It would hurt our that he had rendered It ineffective Lakeland Headquarters 203 E.I e continue to operate one of the most modern, most
SHOES ::>) cause," he said. Lemon Street, or Winter Haven, efficient voter registration offices In Florida.
I Another speaker, Louis As Johnson sought the Presidential Headquarters at the corner of
"-- Smith regional director of the nomination, he was the Avenue A and 6th Street.
I Any Purchase: of 2.66 and up : ) ,Congress of Racial Equality, target of Negro attacks HenryR. I elect BLANCHE: WORK t
".1 Coupon Good tl". April 2$, 1964 .c.' said that National CORE director Smith, chairman of the The rarified air at the top of
I) Pennsylvania branch of the three-mile-high Mt. Kilimanjaro
James Farmer arrestedIn
t .;1 SELF SEKVIC SHOE STORE-PUNT CITY "*.:. ,, demonstrations at the New National Association for the can produce nausea and headaches Supervisor of Registration

\ York World's Fair Wednesday Advancement of Colored People even among seasoned I IH. ".!. .*..)
I II would be released today and blasted LBJ as "one 01 climbers. .
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would come to Chester to speak the foremost. enemies of civil
lat a rally tonight and then leada rights, A Negro editor from
Houston Tex, charged that

SELF SERVICE[ SHOE: I STORE; protest march. years"Lyndon as he has has never been in In the Congress 22- j

The Komodo dragon a large and the Senate done anything .
Plant City-Hwy. 92 West lizard has the head'eyes and for my people." '
forked tongue of a snake. It is The outspoken Jackie RobInson :: (A .
a ferocious carnivore, and Its first Negro to break ,:
Opposite Plant City High School- long tail can knock most enemies btieball's color barrier said I

---- ___senseless__ .n_wlh n___one_, ,whackLet's ___ that Johnson's presence on the Still as old
good
national Democratic ticket (
would be a "compromise with Y
'I southern bigotry." ,
' LEADER Wilk-
4' NAACP Roy
ins made It clear that Johnson come resale lime \
was the only Democrat seeking . ,
the Presidential nomination -
who was "completely unacceptable .
to Negroes"The
, AFL-CIO Committee on i.

} ,I Political detailed Education study of completeda Johnson's We'd like to make a solid point about this warranty. It goes right along

I II I no voting he record had cast and but concludedthat three"right" with your Chrysler if you trade before it runs out. It's still good as gold
votes on civil rightsduring
his long career In Con. for the next Chrysler customer. Think what that does to your Chrysler,
gress. On 23 other occasions
COPE said, Johnson had rejected ''
civil rights for racism. resale t'aluebeans you get a big bundle for your car when you trade

But when John F, Kennedy
picked Johnson to be his running Nice confident feeling, isn't it? Read the details about the greatest guarantee .
mate, Negro leaders enthullllUcally

+u rw And at backed the same the time ticket in the business. It's worth money to you. Want to talk about it?

Johnson told Northern audiences .

,, new civil he rights would statute back ,a Southern tough. WJ J J9JJJ9)9)9)9) 9)9)9)9)9)9)9)9)9.&Q& Q&&Qt Q&&M&&Q&M& M&Q'M' f! ,

cronies that assured all was their well.constituents SOLID PROTECTION WITH CHRYSLER'S '5-'YEAR/50,000-MILE WARRANTY. Chrysler

South Carolina Senator Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects In
Storm Thurmond insisted that materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation
"if It hadn't been for the valuable Authorized Dealer's place of business, the engine block, head and Internal parts, Intake g

assistance Johnson rendered by manifold, water pump, transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch), r
the South
Lyndon drive shaft universal axle and differential' and wheel r''
converter
would be In a terrible position. torque Joints, rear rear
He's the man who saved us bearings of Its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 g
Keep A Businessman InFolk's from a really punitive rights months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil changeand F-+
j bill In 1957" the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6
THURMOND WENT on toFRANCIS months furnishes to ,such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and

requests the dealer to certify((1)) receipt of such evidence and ((2)) the car's then current mileage.ummmmmm .

Legislative DelegationYes VOTEFOR WG ( ( ( ( { IW'IW\Plm1WiP) \ () WJ ml'iN'J' '

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.. for full effectiveness In Tollahaiiee, we 'must have the vital

know-how and experience in our delegation that can be provided a 3

only" by a successful businessman
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Ben Hill Griffin is the only man (in the State Senate race who has

such know-how and experience . . and even more! He also'

offers 8 years of experience and dedicated service' at your State

Representative. For a man of proven ability . .


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-- n BRADLEY-A massive rally, In Florida And Around The Nation and I'm able to pay the $3.20." iSfATt

** R.,. (I.25-lOO'i Rtt $1.98-I5't Kx featuring' 60 political candidate .............. 63 I He handed over the money
for Polk County and state post STATION H. L. Charleston ............ 86 42 Memphis 69
Rx ANACIN . . 98c DOAN PILLS $1.19 Rx will be held hero tomorrow Miami ................ 83 75 Charleston ............ 88 70 Milwaukee ............ 47 35 ,and left. looked over old
R 14 Os. Rx afternoon outside the Bradley Jacksonville.......... 91 67 Chicago ............... 48 40 Mpla-SL Paul......... 62 41 Later, Jim Brothers and
X R.(. 59c-24i Rt 9Je- Community Club starting at 3 Cincinnati ............ 72 50 New Orleans .......... 86 72 records of Barnett
Rx AlKA-SELTZER 42c LISTERINE . 69c Rx o'clock: The rally Is expectedto Key West ............. 83 78 Cleveland ............. 55 37 New York ............. 71 48 found the debt
last until 11 o'clock'that LAKELAND ........., 88 70 Denver ....;........... 74 39 Omaha ................ 63 48
Rx COMING APRIL JOlK Rx night. Ocala .................. 90 65 Des Moines ........... 60 39 Philadelphia .......... 65 50
THfRGRAN/M RtXALLS Each candidate will be given Orlando .......i....... 90 71 Detroit ................ 81 33 Pittsburgh ............ 67 44
R* ,..8B.V4" Big 1c Sale Rx three minutes to speak and Pensacola ?........... 81 72 Fairbanks ............ 39 32 St Louis ....,......... 75 53 Need.
D D where it Is deemed necessary, Sarasota ............... 87 70 Fort Worth ........... 88 70 San Francisco ........ 52 47 A Financing Plan for Every
X |_|mil | ran, ta cmtonwr .,X two minutes will be allowed fora Tallahssee ............ 88 60 Honolulu ..............82 70 Seattle ...,........,...59 43
Rx Free Delivery Prices Good Fri & Sat. Rx rebuttal Tampa .:.............. 91 71 Indianapolis .......... 66 48 Washington .,.......,. 76 55 !:
The program, which will be W. Palm Beach .,..... 85 75 Juneau ...............,15 40 BAROMETER
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teer Fire( Department, will also 'Boston ....::::: ..... 51 42 Los Angeles ........... 62 48 1 p.m. Thursday 30.06 _
feature a fried chicken supper ... -
for one dollar for adults and 50
cents for children

STOPBILL Gladney To Preside t a
Both Democratic and Republican r.r
candidates have been invited :

COLLECTORSYES to speak at the rally for ..
I which Roy P. Gladney, Mul It 'iAtR, -

STOP BILL COLLECTORS, SUITS, JUDG berry city manager, will act as 1 r _
master of ceremonies Candidates ew"
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MENTS, ATTACHMENTS & EMBARRASSINGPHONE for state posts may senda 1 , .
CALLS AT HOME AND ON THE JOB. representative, but Polk Candidates f v c
must appear in person. i
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DON'T GET J INTO DEBT A 100-car motorcade from ,l; < +'' 0 I
TRYING TO GET OUT OF DEBT! Medulla will proceed the rally r
for which B. M Randall Is
chairman. He will be assisted( .;
For Complete Information At No Charge, by Virgil Handley, Jack Haney
Phone Or Came Into Our Office Today. and Harold Prine
Bradley has been called the
OPEN 9 AM. > 9 r.M. "birthplace" of political ralliesIn
Now 'In the Winter Haven Area Polk. Persons can recall that t inMdraWe- r.een.rtorelesr r. .
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one rally featuring some of the ;;;:;;;; >- 1 /
Johnson-Stewart & Assoc. old.time politicians was said to t. tM//OIAIMrt t 1t011r'. I t
I have been held at Bradley even wtstosrww aogrecosrresrsj ., ,, $ .
822 6th Si., N.W, at Tkriftwar Sho,. Ctr. Phone 294.1 III
before the traditional gatherings O . ::_ ._.....W "
started at Alderman's ? :
were f
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Partly cloudy skies with a r e ,,,I.W,
M permits young Americans to buy
of late afternoonor
:.; WOODS HAS PROVEN . slight early chance night showers are In 1 ""' ewnu wrr all the things they need for better

store for Lakeland today and living-and save.
, Close attention to details, human Interest 'In tomorrow, weathermen said today I ZONE FORECASTS "\ -:= No longer is it necessary to buy furnishings for a
ew ) home at different stores and a high finance
the 'individual, the little In A and pay
things a day-odd I : Partly cloudy warm
charge for each purchase. Under the Associate
r Winds will vbe mostly south'tonight and Saturday with (Isolated ..lA
avow -
5- ,, up to effective county government erly, at 8 to 14 miles an hour'I showers Low tonight 66 new Home Furnishings Financing Plan, you can
during the daylight hours, 3 to 6 to 72. a oE borrow the total amount ahead of timk . avoid "," '
multiple interest payments . select your own '
miles hour at night Moderately
an ...... .
B-C-D: Fair through Saturday
humidity was expect payments. f
ed. high Low tonight In the upper And the Associates, one of Anlerica's Urgent

Win With Woods The maximum temperaturehere sixties f financing institutions, offers other "Ldwk-Ahesd
yesterday was 88 degrees, E.F-G-H I: Most fair through Borrowing" plans for any responsible person .
and minimum this morning was Saturday, Low tonight In the H any personal businens or professional need.Them'
70 degrees upper sixties Mostly southerly are over 600 Associates offices coast-to-coast.
lte-elect . (floYIIV oods winds S to 15 miles per hour -- One Is near you We invite you to write,phone or

visit . roday.A. ,
About half the male population Js: Fair through Saturday.Low ,
County Commissioner Dist. 1 Countywide Vote of Cyprus are farmers who tonight near 70 w.,.,'0..11'"

Pel. M. N. W INre "" .... C.mi.iin run, Franm WM<.. Tmiurar raise potatoes, citrus fruit K: Fair through Saturday. ASSOCIATES
grapes and raisinsbefore ._... Low tonight. In the middle seventiei. above with no important day to / \ FINANCE, INC.
day changes during the five-day
FLORIDA FIVE DAY period ending_Wednesday Nor
FORECAST mat highs and lows range from 133 S. Kentucky Ave., LAKELAND..MU 67123James

Temperatures are expected to 81 to 56 at Tallahassee.: 84 to 61
at Orlando, and 81 to 63 at Miami
from seasonable nor
average No significant rainfall Is
f I mals to about three degrees expected through Wednesday.
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Holland Says


;M- Bryant Insulted

By PicketsI J. Musso


I I WASHINGTON (AP) SenISpesiard .

L. Holland D-FIL,
FUILY EQUIPPED
?> (says New York civil rights demjonstrators -

were Insulting and
pledges
disgraceful toward Florida Gov

,r f w ya Farris Bryant at the World ,

' ,,.r' a IMMEDIATE Fair Florida pickets, he said, r
i would be better behaved.
,, DELIVERY
Holland' told the Senate A vocational-technical training center to provide
Thursday he "would be astound
ed to receive such treatment as skilled labor for existing and new industries and to help

that meted out In New York" train academic school dropouts.To .
Bryant was barred from the
Florida pavilion by demonstrators
Holland said Chanting interrupted
the dedication taro work toward securing more new industries. Duringa

monies and one youth even five months period last in Polk
climbed the 60-foot high pavilion year unemployment
tower before police could stop County averaged 8,300.

drive Chrysler's SWOE&/000 i him.He said Florida civil rights

I groups "have much certainly more peacefully demonstrated To work for a countywide advisory committee on long

fOR 15 DAYS OR 500 MILES (and than with those much displayed better manners by this range planning for roads, industry, colleges etc.

young group, . the people of
I New York must use a stronger
YOU Ati NOT / (hand and enforce more decent Job Security I believe all county employees should

(conduct. have job security. Election personnel turnover is cost
"I could not for a moment be-
e e s jlteve that any group of picketers ly in training and loss of efficiency.
| In my state-whether white
&E REFUNDED |for black could treat a visiting
governor In the disgraceful way I for and
am comprehensive planning zoning. This will
that these New York pickets

OO% treated Gov. Bryant," Holland take care of building, plumbing, electrical codes etc.

I said Show the citizens a plan and let them vote on it.



'TOWARD' THE PURCHASE OF ANY{ NEW -. 'f Appoint the Polk County Garden Clubs as a committeeto

beautify all highways leading into the county and
OR USED CAR WE HAVE IN STOCK
let the cities take care of their own.
.J HURRY THIS OFFER I StIMItEDI. ) ..
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DRIVE THE CAR THAT HAS EVERY Performance, roominess, comfort are three 1x
reasons! we know why jou'H like Chrjsler's Vote for Progress I
THING . STYLE, COMFORT, ROOMINESS SIMCA 1000. But don't just take our word for
it, get behind[ the wheel and drive the SIMCA '
LONG GAS MILEAGE AND 1000 when and where you like .. check the Vote for i

long, long gas mileage . the ten extra features
CN YSI/ER'S 5-YEAR that are included in the low price.. the ease Far N.w Ifflcltiuy end
of handling.' .AND, if you are not satisfied
MILE WARRANTY with its performance, we stand behind our offer New Ecsnemy .In Tkt JAMES J. MUSSO i

50/000 100!%. Come in today, and Tax Cillictor-i Office,

TAKE THE KEY AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF ." Elect . I I County CommissionerDISTRICT


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AprO II, 1M4LAKELAND '
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LEDGER. 1 '


Red China ,. .

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Seen Facing , .

Two Crises

M

Of Leaders .

By JOHN M. HIGIJTOWEH

WASHINGTON/ (AP) Com '
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muntot( China faces at least two .
major crises of
leadership in
, the next 10 or IS yean ai its I
aging rulers relinquish power to .
I younger men., according to U.S, ..
Intelligence studies on once- ..
secret Chinese military docu I
} ments. It
..
U.S. officials. believe the .
[changes that wilt come about I In QUALITY
I these ,crises may profoundly ate
|ter Red China's attitude toward DISCOUNY I
I the outside world Including the 1
.
... ,
,
oited States II tIIIr I lit t f ,;, ,II ..
Two other points which stand I 11111 II -..
lout In the intelligence reports .
fare, : 1, Red China under the / % Y.....
{leadership of Mao Tie-tung js .
,following a strategy of stalemate ....
HI
( toward the United States I ,I I TI 1
while It concentrates on promos ''I 1I
ling Red revolutionary move- llllll I ...)
trnrnU In underdeveloped sours. I ..
[tries, particularly la Africa.. 1 (
/ 1
Seek Atomic Weaponl. 1 1i ..
_jl The Chinese Reds are des .....
Voting considerable resources to ll'I r..
|e'program lor developing atom- t ..
Ik weapohs though one of their S I
Irtilltary leaders estimated In l BRAT rc :
I January !961 that if.they got J C3 |<
\. "
I into a big war three to five :
[years from then they would still '. I.... p'' 1 -
I nave to rely on conventional ., II s..
I weapons. Meanwhile, the Com '
e'su.
Isaunist party leaders take thelifcfition. i
according to one of the / 30 ; wy
I previously" secret documents IIb ZO STORE .
IJhat "although the material YOUR
1 atomic bomb Is Important, the ;. YOUR STORE *ewwsw COUPON'TO 1r
S
[spiritual atomic bomb is T0 t 1
Amportant"-apparently'a more ,. tKKET S COUPON ThllE Q
[ stateI -
,pent of faith In their own Com QUpON 30 .OOInEN ;
I Iet
unlit world view. 20 Ga ADEN I -u Mb
{ ofny l
The documents N Me N a
make clear
that the Red Chinese leaders '1 d tM Patoh Wpb a nY?cea41+'M4 1 \ Goodleword fh P"cea with q o d N

believe they cannot be defeatedby 60d 1V ar pnl pe1.GouPta, aw Only"14 oM's 111 ,19b4. ,
| long- nuclear
R--tuch as range U.S. missiles weapons-and if I I U n60C0 po x i ss's 0 6oldrwCO"PaMxPuo+
|they were invaded they would JQr
I rely on their vast military man-
i power. One estimate is that In Ii ,
.
\ AprU 1961 there were supposed :
to be 200 million armed and organized -
r
militiamen. s
JO
, These conclusions and estl i
! mates about Red Chinese policy
and strength are set forth In re- '
search studies prepared for the

State based Intelligence Department's on military and Research papers Bureau dealIng and of- WESTINGHOUSE IJM1d1 GENERAL ELECTRIC (iui19"PORTABLE s

with both 3 -
military and political -
/ Issues which were circu- =
lated la Red China in 1M1. -- AUTO. WASHER ?;J( lt. ,

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T.stlmony Released __ ..... -. ==:tIJUJeUs

I* ,testimony released today, ......lsc..r Price SIZ' !J, FNYI......D...... Ira SJI' F _
Thomas L. Hughes, State De-
partment intelligence chief, told)
a House Appropriations subcom
mitts that "the new materials
gave us a look at the dark aide
of the moon in Communist r-i
China." $99 $14.. : :' }, '\

Hughes also described the .. ,
documents-obtained In an un =
disclosed manner as "unique!
valuable" to the United StatesIn I

strategy assessing and Chinese tactics Communist and in II I WlA JM C.UM 50 CW/M

shaping U.S. foreign policy. Ultra dim, compact fill vtev portable Will SJ, Cellos 50 Ce.... C -
The Red Chinese secret papers TV. FiH any decor Superior _
were analyzed by various performance In all reception areas. Ftttef-Flow' woiMng lyttem" ,two wash
Chinese language I
experts. They /
were also declassified last year Front projected sound system for temperotitret spray rime, turbo-,
and were made available to lntrfernce-free litteninq. .... type pump unbalance load control
scholars through the Library of
Congress. They are still being NO MONEY DOWN NO MONEY DOWN .-- -- \,
translated. Take months to pay. Take months to
, In connection with Hughes' re- pay.

; port that special studies had I ,,, .. ..
t been made on them, The Associated w TO YOUR SCORE 0
[ Press obtained from the 1 TAKE TKIS COUPON
I State Department two lrodiel-
GUARANTEED COMFORT
lone by Ralph L. Powell of 1 - '
[American University and one by 1 GOlDfW 50, couPON/ ,' ,,
[John Wilson Lewis of Cornell
I University. Both men are experts : purtUe & AIR CONDITIONER
' on Communist Chinese r4'LI I Good no. ?<(] [

affairs.
1 ecei Gupo'l .
pdy
e t 10 Coupon. ,
Develop Theory 20,000 B.T.U.'SHIM"
In their separate reports to
the State Department both developed 1 14i
the theory of crises in
the Chinese Communist leaderShip -
In some detail. 1 lilll pp.'ii'iire..arrr /
eTTreT111felrlrrlTrriieelilteeel ;
Powell expressed the view rr rrrrr r r M JmF ds 'y I
that though at some moment of
future crisis the military In FOR EXAMPLE:
China might have the pojibil- "'
Ity of seizing power for Itself No-Frost 2Dr.REFRIGERATORFREEZER
such a development was unlikely .
and Without precedent in the
Communist movement The mil ,
itary will more likely play "the
role of kingmakers.;' he said UUWt fees Jbr 0bMeat Mce $171
He advanced the thesis that
Mao T e-tung. who Is 70, "wDl.
be replaced by death or retirement
within less than a dec
ade."

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S -: _LEDGER_Friday, April Z4,1M4. 'Carlton Palmore Pre-Registration Set tuesday I

--- Let's Play Bridge
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,., Pre-echool registration for ants to bring children to the preferred. In addition, the
, children who will enter the first registration. hlld'i immunization record will
ELECT
'
grade at Carlton W. Palmore Children who are registeredmust be helpful. _.. a Bv ALAN TRUSCOTT
Elementary School In September be six years old on or Parents are urged to register NORTH
EDWARD C. FLOOD will be held Tuesday morn before Jan. 1, 1965. Parents first graders at this time so West led the diamond ace AJI643VAQ104
in the school cafeteria from Clarence Budmgton Kelland.
Ing must bring the child's birth certificate that proper assignment papers
x 9 until 11 o'clock. or other proof of birth- the author, who died In PhoenIx
YOUR FUII-TIME STATE ATTORNEY may be completed before the 72AA10
It Is not for date. The birth certificate isJAMES
necessary par I opening date of school. Ariz, recently was a regular '
DID YOU KNOW THAT + bridge player when he WEST (D) EAST I

t. Th. ..1.., d tho .era Attorney !I. til,MO. J.tr$. Knp. George Washington\ Invariably lived Ip New York City. In AS AQ7V76
a. Th* off.e. of .t."tt...., I. Ml* U.t ImwUntIlKtivi the Twenties and Thirties be VKII52AQ10163
PART TIME iOfI 1 tad bad luck with Inns. He I
. AttltTANTS whM wlaryIt : was a participant In what was K4
Thw f TWO. PART-TIM L : once noted In his diary that his
MOM IACH.imvAiu s described as the 8J3J
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"thread Bear blanket had generally *QUI!
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: > c. l'l..oon11,i,T double Its Weight of vermin "Writers' Game" Grantland SOUTH I
I. CloM (lit Prlvita Uw ,...t..*. 5 RQDENYWr : F. such as .Lice_Fleas_ etc." .1 Rice the noted sports columnist AAK1052VJ3
1. 0.v.to fUll-TIMa .. INIRailt to tho Oulloof R and the bridge writersEly
atao Aturixrflecf 1k : ., Culbertson and Albert H. J8SK7
F ,
Ceunry
ILIMINATI tho No/1 for IAIT TIM[ AIII/TANTI. HAVI A PAINT FROILlMr
\ Morehead helped to give It this <
CallLAKELAND but the game also attracted Neither tide vulnerable.The .
EDWARD C. FLOOD TAX} ASSESSOR: name was
GLIDDEN such personalities as bidding;
Ptf '.1. Mi. ly AH" C.ndfd.U PAINT CENTER Charles M Schwab who was bleat North East South
,' t6er.,tsno't liLiul., 1 ; l peiJ.ricf<< III .. IlorMO ..... 'h. 0N..If I then president of the Bethle 34> Dbl. Pass 4*
M,' "" 4. L,. 0.... ".. AM.-aM P.M. D.wa hem Steel Corporation and Pass Pasa Pass

I Merlin H. (Deac) Aylesworth
who headed the National

,C NT Broadcasting Company.Bud i
Kelland was the hero of
the deal shown today in which
he sat East.I

West was commendably aggressive
(In opening the bid.
ding with three diamonds. He
rightly feared that North.South
would make a major-suit con-
tract. But three diamondswas
not enough to keep the
opponents from finding their
magnificent spade fit.

North was also aggressive
In doubling three ,diamonds.
FNCELLENCtiPrkuEHldfieAsTl123Thnl The double is for a take but in
standard methods: Although

: YOUR DIME GOES FURTHER WHEN North was short of high-card
YOU SHOP KWIK CHEK MIX. EM UP strength he had a promising

LAKELAND STORES ONLY SAVE 3e CAMniU'S TOMATO SAVE Ie WHITE ARROW SAVE 3< MUELLER'S ELBOW attacking hand in the majors.


1 1010, E. ROSE ST. Soup . r r r "..n..c..IOC Bleach r r r r r u.It a..t Tw. 10C Macaroni . I.L"LJ.ItT.". 10'M't If North Another had Possibility passed as he

813 S. FLORIDA AV E. SAVE 2c SUWANNEE SAVEI KOBEY'S POTATO well might have, the result
SAVE ASSORTED COlORS .. would have been the same.
211
a T IItIm Rn/rt/ll Tomatoes u.It MJfcfflc Six I... SII' Sticks 10' South would have "balanced"with
. Deal Soap IQe r r r r three spades although
u. k Twa
4th Big Week SAVE 2e SUWANNEE CUT'GREEN t CWce SAVEI AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK t he was unaware of the term

fE FREE Beans Sfc 10' SAVE3c-LlBln BenDS . .12, for 100 1 which until the did Forties not come and into North use

r r would have considered the
I IVM
Gtrritr( ft
303 a. SAVEI AMERICAN BELLE
Pumpkl-n IDe possibilities of a slam before
SAVE 3e 1HRIFTY MAID WHOLE KERNEL
DinnerwanFREE r r r settling for four spades
Corn 303 Can or IflC SAVU HUDSON OR MARCAIIwuf Spaghetti. .12 for 1 1ffl 100 As It happened, after
r rrr 12.Of. Can, Each 1U North's double South had no
,
; a SAVEI AMERICAN BEAUTY GREAT NORTHERN!
Llm" low four
hesitation in jumping to
This Week SAVE 2e SUNSHINE IRISH 30J : N Op I. I ISAVEI "* 1U Beans for 100 spades It would, of course
12
Potatoes 10CSAVEI . have been a great mistake to
DESSERTDISH . '- DIAMOND SAFETY .f'.f'a.a. Y bid only three spades. That
=_ AMERICAN BLACKIYI : ; would have been consistent on
BEAUTY 1M BAKERY 'SPECIAlS
N200 Matches I l/x IDe ly with the possession of a
Peas 10C r r r much weaker hand, and North
..
t """ _._i With C w1.ii fnm r r r r r SAVE T3c ftifl rAMWa, HONEY CRACKED would have had to pass.

look M $5 MM SAVEI JAY BIRD IMITATION VIENNA SAVEl ASTOR Wheat Bread 2 16..w 29c Four spades was an excel.
/re Pitrchaie 26 tL lent contract, but It was de
..
--.v.loc..C.I..I-" 1y Salt 111 SAVE 5e WXIIE DA"IINO
IOC *" feated by a fine unblocking
Mw I T.o Ae1Mwa' t 11r MoD 1 Olmwrww, aM Sausage c. r
.rrr
.IIIOA4/CHIK> SMtl.f WINWDnIIb.l Hnll 1:p V.Iw Slompt'Al Tow InfillWIK / . Dinner Rolls Pak K.. 5ctminr play. The opening lead of the
diamond ace was unusual but
effective. West probably rea
soned that his partner wouldbe
short in diamonds, because
MAID yv W,ii M with more than a doublet he would perhaps have raised
/ with a view to a save. After
io ApricotsS any other opening lead South
1 ,
would have had no difficultyin j r
taking 10 tricks.
KellaAd crowned his part.
e e e ner's good work by droppingthe
fjoo diamond king under his
"v partner's ace. This would
have sacrificed a trick if South
,
had held the diamond queen
but as the cards lay It was
the only route to a successful
defense.
West continued with the

? W-D BRAND U.3. CHOICE E Z CARVE CLOSE TRIMMED diamond queen and followed
: with a third diamond. As dummy
FRESH 'MEATS,
did not have a high trump;
RIB ROAST 6ge this permitted East to scorea
CAC-IES PRIDE QUICK FROZEN GOVT. INSP. GRADE A trick with his spade queen.
.
He shifted to a trump and
FRYER PARTS r WoO BRAND U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED BONE! IN eventually made the setting
trick with the heart king 'i

DranitkLl TMk. U. 49( CHUCK ROUST. 48e

rout Auto Safety
IWIFTS PREMIUM
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE WOO BRAND U.S. CHOICE PLATE \

Corned FRtSH PORK Beef . Ii. 49c Rib Steak -79C Beef Stew -15C Check Slated


Butt Roast . u. 39c '-- WD BRAND LEAN FRESH Here TomorrowAn


Sliced PALM RIVER, REGULAR Bacon . u. 49c ..... Quick froen I, . -' Ground Beel 5 u..... $199, conducted auto tomorrow safety check from wiU 1 ..m.be

Kraft', Jlictd Nlfw/l l
until S p.m. at the Southgate
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Swiss Cheese . .6; :,> ,37c Shopping Center
Lamb Legs ti i I o 1 Sponsored annually by the
CENTER CUTChunk [ Lakeland Junior Chamber of

Bologna u39c Commerce the safety check is
part of the annual National Vehicle
TARNOWS SLICED CHIP 1 f Fanq Green
for
Per Safety-Check communities
Beef or Ham 3% II...... 35c Pound 59 C t'' y sponsored Highway by Safety the Auto Com Industries

UUUlU: NJU &Q i Lettuce mittee and Look Magazine with
lw the cooperation of the Association
100 EXTRA TOP VALUE SI AMPi sun saEr".A- of State and Provincial
trNA MIY owrlo III.A I+r1A w d
;;! Roth's Bloekhowk Henty Giani "'" v, Safety Coordinators.

CuA/l Hael M 5399 : ()ZEN .FOOD$ ELGIN'SoUds of I Lakeland Jack Phillips Jaycees, president, said of Lake the

*M olraraCAlIw1/o.D11"IaM1 land police will assist in check
tiMit ONI nt CUIIOMI

I I l 11mm1;; >>;is mj)o 2S MORTON FROZEN MEAT Margarine 2 Heads 2 9 C ed lights ing for vehicles., turn brakes signals Cars front will, stop be and check.lights rear,

C steering tires, exhaust system
OlI..t 39 ,, glass, windshield wipers, rear
UUlUlU.IUlt.llIG loners EQI view mirror and horn.
50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS 1 at The Jaycees will also conducta
M iKIt. M4 Kit ....... | seat belt '
< MVM* p "' sale as part of their
H.rman'I Oranat Bond FARMHOUSE FROZEN APPLE! OR PEACH Umlt Two SWEET JUICY FLORIDA VALENCIA auto-safety

I SUM.Siting* ..69 I Fruit Pies ... 29' 49* program.
MAlAryarA C .HWIa..D.ie.... .rrr '-a.1 =;. iY8r..1lYt- Oranges .5u.Bag PAID IN ADVANCE?
LIMit ON' IfA taI10M1A MIAMI
(AP) The Dad
torl.YoNThrIhAlrefMaKFNZIE FROZEN SPECKLED WISCONSIN OlD fASHION MilD FANCY VINE RIPE
... County Port Authority has de
WI't'l1tln'llYnnll'111111'fW" Cheddar Cheese 49c 29* cided to save money by leasingtwo
Tomatoes
Butler Beans . ,... 4ge IAlIARD'S :. Lb. transmitter sites to the federal .
tt.l.U.JUlN.UtlUN.lJ.lN.I.N PillSBURY 01 government for nothing.
I IIBBYS FROZEN PINK OR REGULAR FANCY TENDER POLE
The
Canned Biscuits 6 i-t-49 government had been paying -
SO IXT11A TOP VALUE STAMPS < a dollar a for the sites
year
1O
'"I".Io_".... IAO1wdu1o.1 I Lemonade . o'1'r $, 00 SUPERBRAND Beans . . II. . . Lb. but the Authority says the book.
I AlkaS/Hir tin 59 fc CheOSO u Cl* 29c keeping costs come to more
IN BUTTER SAUCE GREEN GIANT CORN CUT BEANS OR Cottage FANCY GREEN HEAD than that

1IMI1 ONI PU CWIDMIAeoIwllfaratMlewhl.a.11s1, .. I Green Peas 3 $100<> SUPERBRAND Cabbage . . Lb. 5wm <
""""'a""""''"' J! . fir CottagE Chasse 2. 5S

nm Mm .

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SO-M EXTRA>*H I/IIM.oI TOP VALUE*.ro STAMPS AwI fA so.NIL Knot EXTRA*rnMk IMICM lOP MW ono,VALUE.,"':.MTflMM,SUMP M with so EXTRA"M"Di TOP.1d. VALUESTAMPS H0n1/wnnlll a '_I. Tail SOWIArOPJ O SFroNa YAIUE IM H t1-1Aen.dd STAMPS k o/M wH'....Pati.INIIr Encdllad.M.59c Ila IM r.* 1 d
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1p LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, April 24, 1WX .
Anniversary Reunion
,

? Ft 1 b Tonight


Tea On Haven CalendarWINTER }1zn, 4 Spring Frolic Planned :\ I

V t yr L1 1

HAVEN-The golden to Canada for a 10-day visit a Ninth Grade
wedding anniversary of Mr. with her sister, Mrs. John By AssemblyThe

and Mrs. Enoch Vandever of Robson and a niece Mrs. Gilbert .

Winter Haven was celebratedwith Miller both of Winter Ha. spring frolic of the Ninth Cash, Mr, and Mrs. Wallace,
ven. Miss Hicks will visit her
a reception and open Grade Assembly will be held Mr. Gay and Mr. Schroter.
brother and
house honoring the couple at and Mrs. Gordon sister-in-law Hicks in Mr Mi tonight at the Civ'! Center Attending from the board of
the home of their son-in-law advisers will be Mr. and Mrs.
ami, prior to returning to her from 8 to 10:30: o'clock. The
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Abercrombie Mr and
Iflrp' Raymond Johns at their West home. Bruce Canova Orchestra from Mrs. Cline and Mrs. J. B.
Mr. and Mrs.
Lake Howard Drive residence. Earl Overbyand Auburndale will provide music Craft general coordinator
family have as a guest the : ._
Mr and Mrs. Vandever have t. for the final dance of the 1963- -
former's mother, Mrs. V. H.
resided In Winter Haven since i
j 64 season.
Harrison from Hazelhurst, Ga.
<{ '. 1922. They have two children Mrs. Harrison Is also visiting General chairman is Mrs. Jw.fry D.pt. r.clalfI
Mrs. Johns and a son, Francis ;
Mr. and Mrs. William Corbin, 3y James D. Anderson. Mr. and
WA Vandever, three
Yea granddaugh who reside Lake Cannon "' of I
on
.q ie v t ten all of Winter Haven. Mrs. Thomas Cline will keep WQN!
Drive in Winter Haven. v
*f I Entertained At Tea MI:!. Billie Raiden will return '' the registration book. Mrs. An.

2 Spring flowers were used in this week from Gainesville derson has announced that the
profusion throughout the Ga, where she was "r : following parents will assist:
rooms of Mrs. Darwin Car called due to the death of her Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Cash SHAVER OWNERS

roll's home for Sigma chap sister Mrs. Selby Turk. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wallace, I
ter's Preferential Tea honor- Mrs. William Schroter, Miss I
Has House Guest
ing pledges and from Hilda Chamberlain Mrs. WilLiam I
I other Beta Sigma guests Phi sorority Mrs. Lewis Kinsey Is entertaining Swift. Mrs. F. M. Williams
at her home on Lake
chapters. MT Jr., Mrs Rex. Gay Mrs. rL.din'
Pledges honored Included Spring a house guest Miss C T J. Oxford Jr. and Mrs. C. y/M.
Kathleen Ricker from Bre- I
Mrs. Cecil Mayse, Mrs. Carl J. English Jr.Chaperones.
N.C.
Heck, Mrs. Walter vied will be Mr and
Mattson .
'{ -
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Line. -
"dr Mrs. Douglas Mrs. Anderson. Mr and Mrs.
Montgomery baugh and the former's brother I -
Mrs. John Sellgren and Mrs.
Earl Llnebaugh are in
Charles P. Woodall III The MRS. HAROLD BUTLER
Amherst Mass, for several TUNGROC VARNISHES
Pledge Ritual was conductedby
days.
Mrs. W. A. Steorts. chap- Super Marina/
DWIGHT H. KEEN ter president, assisted by Mrs Mrs. Martin Neilsen has arrived Q. D. "..'
from her home in LaGrange -
Glen Damron and Mrs. Pete Butler-Wdden Bar Or TaUa Tap
111, for a visit at the
Grant
Sper-tun Saalar
Piedmont Drive residence of
Miss Lynda Zipprer Family Reunion Hans Skovulund. I
EATON PARK- ill Bar. Carlis Walden of Miami LAKELAND GLIDDEN
- The first family reunion In Mr. and Mrs. James Kein
18 years is being enjoyed by and family are new Winter bara Walden and Harold But. gave his sister in marriage.. PAINT CENTER
[:Bride Of Dwight H. Keen two sisters. Miss Ina Hicks arrived Haven residents who formerly let were married Saturday at She wore a dress of white
from her home in the home of the bride's sister nylon over satin with matchIng M9 S. FlorlJa Ave
Toron- lived in Erie Pa. Ph. II-I9I7
Mrs. Edward Matteson of lace bolero. Her
I LAKE WALES-Miss LyndaiKaye Samuel M. Keen Jr., attend. --- Eaton Park. of corsage Op. 7:00 AM. to ft Man'!
was white carnations.
Zipprer became the ed Ms brother as best man. ,.. ..... .. The bride is the daughter Mrs. Matteson attended 5i30 P.M.,6 Day ELECTRIC SHAVER HEADS
,. her
'-
1 bride of Dwight Henderson Usher-groomsmen were Wil Plant City -, of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. sister Cleared, ,Oil,", Tuntd ua
Keen April 17 at First Baptist liam C. Zipprer III, brotherof j C Walden of Frostproof and as bridesmaid and FOR
Church. The double-ring the bride, Gary Sefton. i Harvey Butler, brother of the 97f.
the bridegroom is the son of ONLY
I ceremony was performed by Patrick Cain and Jackie Dam Miss EngagedTo I Mrs. Ruby Butler and the bridegroom was best man. .
[the Rev. H. Morgan Radford. ton. L late Joe Butler A reception was held in FRIDAY APRIL 24
the home
SATURDAY APRIL 2S
'The bride is the daughter of Reception Mr. Lee The Rev. A. T. Lowery
The couple will reside in MONROEBRANNEN FROM 9 A.M. TO S P.M.
(Mr and Mrs. William
Carpenter After the
ceremony, the pastor of the Assembly of Eaton Park after a wedding
[ Zipprer Jr. of Ridge Man.or bride's parents entertained at PLANT CITY-Mr, and God Church, performed the trip AT YOUR

The bridegroom's parents a reception at Plantation Inn. Mrs L. C. McQuien 2609 W ceremony.
i are Mr and Mrs. Samuel An anniversary candle burned Waver St., have announcedthe Tri Sigs To -
Merdock Keen.A on the bride's table where
approaching marriage of
program of pre-nuptial the wedding cake was servedby their daughter Peggy Joyce The Floyds Weekend At -

i music was presented by Mrs. Mrs. Cary Zehmer of Fort to Larry E. Lee. son of Mr. Anna Maria SHERIFF
Harold Emery organist, and Pierce, bride's aunt. and Mrs. E. E. Lee of Spring Will Honor I Grove Pork Shopping (Or,

Miss Ann Whitlock of Stetson Miss Susan Chelette presided head. Members and pledges of i Lakeland, FloridaNJJJJJINNJ
University and Miss Mary at the bride's book and The couple will exchange Beta Phi chapter of Sigma

Cherry, Mrs. T. W. McVay presentedthe vows on Thursday, May 7, at The YanceysMr Sigma Sigma sorority at "'V'"H wJJ. .'. N++J NJJ..Nw"'JJ' ..%"-
White Orchids guests to the receiving 8 p.m. at First Church of God Florida Southern College will \l .
line. Others assisting were comer of Gordon and Baker hold their annual semester CONNIE
The bride wore a formal Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Walter Floyd \\1
Weathersbee. Streets. All friends and rela retreat at the Anna Maria .
gown of silk-faced peau de Mrs. Noel Jahna, Mrs. Morris tives of the couple are Invitedto will entertain Mr. and Mrs beach home of Mrs. T. M. "Softie" PumpPerfect
soie. Her crescent shaped Rhodes Mrs. Emil R. JahnaJr. attend the wedding and the Qullllan Yancey at a reception Johns president of the Lake
bouquet was of white orchids ., Mrs. I. Newbern Plympton. reception following at the tonight at Polk Federal land alumnae chapter this d
and lilies of the valley, Mrs. Burch McVay Mrs. church. community room Southgate, weekend. t Fit and Comfort
( Mrs. John Curtis matron of Luke Cain Miss Susan Par- Miss 'McQuien Is a 1962 MISS PEGGY McQUIENDr. from 8 until 9:30: o'clock.Mr. "Guaranteed"

honor and Miss Lucretia Cain, ham, Miss Joanie Llppton, graduate of Plant City High Yancey Is a candidatefor !
maid of honor, wore floor- Miss Lou Connell, Miss Mar. School. She is employed by the office of state acne ( 99

length dresses of aqua taffeta. ian M 0 r Ie y, Miss Sandi Dr W. M. Midyette as a den. tor.Among i i.AAA
They carried baskets of spring Brown Miss Sue Voight Jane tal assistant.A those assisting at the 6 0t ,i
flowers in pastel shades McVay and Gail Weathersbee. graduate of Plant City punch bowl will be Miss

I High School in 1960, Mr. Lee Dr. Ben II McConnell, director Phyllis Smith Mrs. Mary t YOUR BEST BUY
is employed in Tampa by Doe of Medical Services at Anne Campbell, Mrs. Rebecca !
HI 1. Mid or Lo ....1.
ialJLWW.A Norvell Mrs Donald Harden
n Winter... Haven Wood Chevrolet.Bishop's. ,Florida Southern College has Mrs Marvin Harris and other . Whit., Bone,

jf. LAKELAND GENERAL WINTER. .-- HAVErS-Dr ;returned from Denver wherehe members' the Pionette Business STATE --tIr. Etrtte: : i R.d.Yallow,,Black.Blue,
and Son ?
HOSPITAL : attended the 42nd annual and Professional Women's I ,
Mrs. Van T. Burnette are I I Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Futch leaving tomorrow for Wash To Be Ordained meeting of the American Col. BPWC members are invited .

Plant City, son, April 22. ington, D.C., and on to New lege Health Association as well as friends of the Shot Solon 21 I r.E. Main St., Loktlond'

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson York City for the opening day SAVANNAH G .-The Rev. Miss Mary Thrift daughterof Floyds and the Yanceys. $ ..s$ .. .mH ...
.. ..
Polk City, daughter April 22. of the World's Fair They will Henry I. Louttit Jr., son of Dr and Mrs. C T. Thrift ------- -------- -- --- - - - -- - -j
Mr and Mrs. Warren Bow. be Joined by Mrs. Bumette's the Bishop bf the Episcopal Jr. 48 Lake Hollingsworth

den, 1029 Euclid Drive daughter brotherdn-1aw and .11 l t e r, Diocese of South Florida, will Drive, has recently been
April 22. Capt: and Mrs. Tom C Williamson be ordained to the priesthoodby elected secretary of the Junior
Jr. in Washington the Bishop of Georgia the class at Wesleyan College, for
Mr and Mrs, H. S. Me-
Rt. Rev. Albert Rhett Stuart,
and the foursome will enjoya the school year 1964-63 ,
Winter Haven son,
Clamma DD. tomorrow at ChristChurch
sightseeing tour of the fair
April 22.WINTER, and attend several Broadway Bishop Louttit will i

HAVEN HOSPITAL plays while in New York preach.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Han. The Rev Mr Louttit Jr, I
Mr and Mrs. Bill Gladney. sen are living 'on North Lake was ordained into the Dia- 1..1)
109 E. Eagle Lake Loop Road Lula Drive after moving to conate last year at All Saints'

daughter April 12. Winter Haven from their for. Church Winter Park Fla. He

Mr and Mrs. Harold Bobo mer hometown In Racine Is a graduate of Sewanee V.p. I

Haines City, son, April M Wiic. University and of Virginia 1... M. A... W e.n.ld.b1 A S,
Mr and Mrs. Thomas L New residents from Long Seminary. He now serves the
Harper. Lake Wales, son, Island, N.Y., are Mr. and Church in Statesboro, Ga ., i r ,

April 14. Mrs. C A Rosencrans. The

'Mr and Mrs. Bill R. New. couple has purchased a home Griffin Baptist PHILLIPSFABRICS

eU, Lake Wales, daughter on Sixth Street, Southeast in Having Revival
April HLt Winter Haven.
and Mrs. James F. Ry- Mr. and Mrs. John Clada- Revival services are being 106 S. flcnJa

ale, Jan Phyl Village son, Us and children are residing held nightly at 7:30: o'clock 'h.". MU 3-1281
April 14. on Avenue I., N.E. after moving through Sunday at Griffin
This/ Week' Special
Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. to the area to make their Baptist Church. The Rev.

Matheny, 3816 Ave. T, NW, permanent home. Mrs. Cladakis Herman Collins, pastor is rlntld Antique y59<
daughter, April 15. Is originally from Chicagoand evangelist SATIN
Mr and Mrs. Quitman Mc. Mr. Cladakls from Tarpon Homecoming services will 54" Upholtrary 59gDISTRESS

Carty, Auburndale, son, April Springs be observed Sunday with dinner PLASTICS yd.
15. Mr. and Mrs W R Hat. on the grounds following

Mr and Mrs. James B. Parsley field are enjoying a visit from _the_11 a.m, service. I I

HOa!! 30th St. NW, son, their daughter, Mrs. John H'1
Apnl 16. Connor and daughter,
Mr, and Mrs. James A, Yar- cia, from Wichita Kan. The I I WJI
trough. Auburndale, daughter, visitors flew to Florida for a
April 16 three-week vacation visit and
Mr. and Mrs Henry L. will be Joined in two weeks

Addison, Davenport son, by Lt. Col. Connor. MERCHANDISEWe SAIE J
April 18 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lester '

Mr and Mrs. James K. and children have purchased

Leach Auburndale son April a home on Buckeye Circle I .. J
19 NE after moving to Winter

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W Haven from their former arc able, te alter y*. Tremendous Vol.. eti Quality '
Parks Jr., Lake Alfred son. home in Plant City. Playtex .
April 20. Cd and Mrs W A Beau. I Merthmdiia done te Mr SPECIAL PURCHASES during bank- ,

Mr and Mrs Carroll K. champ and children Kenneth natty, liquidation, auction, fcvilntti failure, manufacture 2 I

Duncan. Haines City, daugh. and John are arriving this tiniest and various ether sale..
ter April 21. weekend for the wedding of S250 Bras -
Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Nelson MIll Nancy Beauchamp and 1 ,, ,

Cook 1490 Third. St. NE, t _Chip Bridges. .
son, April 21 p
Mr, and Mrs. S. F. Rachell. 12" SQUARE BEDROOM
fM Art Invited/ to Our Rig
Haines City, daughter, April 99
CEILING FIXTURE-Special
21. SPRING
List Price $2.70 2'foi399'a

ORCHID SALE Orhar Liahtma Fitters at l<, s.,;",.


Attend Five Generations GatheringThree I April 2 25th Waaktndtt and 26th I SAVE UP TO 50% I IPo'.nt

ladies from Alabama May 2nd and I,.. Interior/ & Exterior/ only a short time, so get your Playtex soon. All '1

came to Lakeland recently to Inc. Aluminum $199 Gal. these Iras hare the extra feature of double elastic
Join in a family gettogetherwith and rha wish in kafwaan m the back for double wear.Choice of 3 M>let:

five generations repreaented. at rha"TREIMAN Owlllatutf LawnSprinklers FLOOR s,, r
FOUNDATIONS STREET *
umlerlift
A. Fashion-Magic Brat-
.
$195348
i
RANCH"I "S: ... __ *
look.B. .
Coming from Alabama were -- panels for fashion younger
Mrs. Mattie Hammack and MI. W, af .......;11. hrol GfiaHose 5',1I..Slt'iItt
f Bras non-slip panels
Cling' -
her daughter Mrs. B. H. Brin- On Rou t 50 I Magic-
son and Mrs. Alva Joiner, SPECIAL SALE PRICES Nozzles lalSAU i19 89- ... and elastic in the straps stop ride-up.

who visited relatives ... ......... ./ O..CN In all Many, Many Other Items Too NumerousTo Cotton & Lace*-nylon lace cups

The five generations Mrs. Hammack represented ..m aid.vinrtiM. Mention At Tremendous Savings fully lined with soft cool cotton, (not illustrated)
were Our a.KI."S DOIIHIIBLINO "
94. her son J. R. Hammack f.r HO All bras white 32A to 40C,2 for 83.99
his daughter Mrs. J, O. CaUlM Wnn ...-t Dept. of Hardy Supply Co. D sizes Fashion-Magic, 2 for $5.99MRS.

Thomas, her daughter Mrs. Week! Wachee Orchids J 211 Eo"Mom . .,...,.I OfId, Ha
and Mrs.
Kenneth Hughey's E.baby Hughey Michael Eugene .'. 1. ... ii, ....k..I1.... Cia. 1120 E. ROil St Phone MU 6-2171 ,

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Friday, April 21. tin
1

\ Haines City


Couple Will i

Wed In JulyHAINES I


CITY-Mrs. C.
Markuson 411 Palm L'I
has announced the

of her daughter, Sandra r rr.ristt ,. r lttr rrMe
lore, to Marvin Dougla Car. 'I
ter, son of Mn M. N. Carter
w Davenport.The .
L couple will exchange "
\ "" BrrlarotMa rrr g.lAaer
r vows on July 17 at First Presbyterian 'r
F Church.A .
1962 graduate of Haines .
City High School, Miss Mark. I __- _=--=-__- =--.i-"WW-i--
-
uson was active in the band : +r -- :r
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-
as a majorette. She attended r -- r
Daytona Beach Beauty Academy QUALITY --- =- -= -:
and Is employed by Don --. ie- -:;:.C'1111111111111111111111111"'IIII ::-

na's Mr Beauty Carter Palace.was graduatedfrom :E-- .='1-IE- :!:!" =i=- :

MISS SANDRA MARKUSON Haines City High Schoolin c =r
1961. He attended the Uni i
I versity of South Florida, Tam r
pa, and is employed by W 0. I
Taylor, electrical contractor { I

" " _-_ 4000 BTU ROOM SHEAIRCONDITIONER '


I I Lakeland, Polk County Date Book II :


(Editor's Note Beginning TODAY NOW
LoyaL 0110111 01' MOOS' I 1111I.
Sunday, May 3, the Date Book OrlvtUtKILANO al MOM. Loan. Hit Lak.'Pukes . E-';

and Religious Calendar will AIIT GUILD I>&lntln, r' GOLDEN
and dram, rtes for beitnnlniT'mpli ad.ranced.tudeota FIFTYCELEBRATION
-
be published In the Sunday S pm. 50 GREAT
.
edition of The Ledger only aumesot apon.Orad
Kminuel ril3. M, Kentucky;
Notices of meetings to be held Are. 9497
COUNTRY CLUB ISTATIS AIIO- J.M.FIELDS
during the following week CIATION, covered dl.h dinner >t 0m
should be submitted In writing follow at. Bring clubhoun food and Social ublt hour service will, .

to the Date Book editor by ATUNDAV STORES FROM b-__ =s- _
I LalCILaND allT GUILD 1Ilma"and
Wednesday noon for the Sun c.'ora' Junior and olli an at In.p.oLoI.30 mi..Mater MribWlnllrtd J NOTHING DOWN! Only $2.50 Per Week!
day edition.) .
Mlwlmn aDd Tom WU.on r \
. liulructori Adulli ixlnllni elaufrom NEW ENGLAND
Mrnnri: J :Instructor.",ill Mlti*t Cornell Lodwlck: \ Automatic thermostat control

Munday Family AuoorlT010S0NICAI SOCIITY.. 13017 TO FLORIDA! ; Easy-accesspermanentslide-outfiltcr
pm of W l r 'l ThoM In. u-.. '_. :
tine reitfd lending ma Ilbe.rreauMMAoI ? mcltlm and "_ ___ Built-in' filtered circulator:
Reunion Slated
_
*LI 130am to 430pm ;- -
=
4000 BTU.Certified NEMA
at 314 E Pin 8t .POblOr.4 Rating
b;1 CaUwllo Woman a Club
A reunion of the family of
Mrs. R. F. Munday and the

late Mr. Munday 11 is planned Religious Groups' I I FOAM BACItRUNNER lUll llllllllll11111 I MISSES' II.
I of Sunday Mr and at Mrs a.m Bruce at the home Swanin I 50 FCOT, '1," STRETCH KNEE tt

Medulla. SATVRBAV C IlII GARDEN HOSE97c STRAP
KNOCKERS
Mr and Mrs. Munday were FAITH POOL CHRISTIAN" PHAV.IN -J
the parents of 10 children, all OHOOP. combined. with ttJRMldinner 1V BRAt
at 7 p m ( Morruoa bu 294
of whom are living and who duel room I $1
reside within a 150.mile radius 'T. Davies' IPISCOPAI. Stole I
Communion a 30 a m. commemora'
of Lakeland. Sons attend- b IDI 8" Mar the Eanlllla" 3.98 VALUE GGCI
1.98 VALUE
ing are Ben Jack, James i r 1001 solution r j I
Richard and Robert F. Mun dyed vh ose. Rayon Green I SAVE 23% White, Red,
opoqu. Block.
Royal
.
day Jr.Daughters ,
expected are loop pile Broil coupling All Unpadded and padded Sizes 10 to II. i j
\
Mrs. Ruth L. Halten, Mrs. e 50 foot length a. eSlles32.40.ABCIII
Warren (Mabel) Hosmer, of MONROE LUMINOUS el FULL CUT I u"III
Bartow, Mrs Swan (Faith) of ll II
Medulla Mrs. Llnton (Grace) tLECTRIC DIIIIII III II KAfOK FILLED III WOMEN'SCANVAS RAYONGOWNS
of Palatka and Mrs. BRANNENlie. -
Harold Urquhart(Katherine) VanMeer- CLOCK PLUMP BEDPILLOWS ,, iG f f78e

beke of Orlando L1" $ 0 I r
Members of the families of' t, CASUALS
the sons and daughters are SHERIFF I
also expected to attend. Each White cooed '' Pifl 07
Ivory O
family la to bring a covered alarm clock by 2 R BI9 r$1 HALF PRICEI
dish. .. Pink, Mane Blue,
Ingrohom. <25 cord.dg.finish u:, . Rubberuolesforcomfort Mmt.34-40.XXX. I lul, I
Pink or Blue floral tics e Natural rep trim
SPAULDING a Odorless Resilient Rubber tolet for wear LADIES' 7 1 l
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t{ t I .
rs i Solid cottons, to-

Liquid centerii -' teen prints.Ait'tdcollan. .
III top quality. : Stall Width tlrf $ 2 I Sires: 32 1Ip
t 13"x 89CI to 31.

'. ,,,,.,III GES Double" Width $4 I GIRLS' ,
M" 1.49 VALUE
TENNIS :* IIII
TRANSISTORRADIO
All White.Self.lined t 54'quilted bog
t
I II IIIIIIIffi VIII Satin backed III I Long easy access zipper DRESSES
II IIII I l IIII Sturdy from. 128
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SCOOP I 1.99 VALUE
/ Complete with HAMILTON.BEACHuc StersucUr Arnel
cote, earphone, MAIR' 4 HAIRDRYER and Cotton Den
IIII,
I batteriet. im Chambroy. ,llll
How lotiff should a 294

WESTINGHOUSE MEN'S

School Board member to CAN IaFI 5.99 VALUE CASUAL

S Htovy duty virin polypr*' BBB

be ( I lot red to serve? OPENER I plen.Heo.y..gauf.. *. e.l .,.. CHINOS
ae CHARCE-IT
S FinaerariclackforcmyMOTH 1
III 1111 1l1I1I1II1iJ1l IIW i II II 11I111 11111111 corryint' ; ,. 1: '- Hatboi! carrying COHfro' 222
Only o$ long as he con get things done. Completely auto.Magnetic. 1. HE ; I 'IIIIIII' Whit per quiet

,.".'. matic. Standard Site ( Extra larg.hood 3.99 VALUE
)
Once a School Board member reaches the N
lid holder. Com* \ o Solidt A fancy
where he is unable to and IRONINGBOARD
point get cooperation .
pact sire.I Girls'Dreempuff potterrn.It to 34. ./
support from other Board members, he becomes
\ CottonPANTIES
ineffective. II I I WOMEN'SSCUFFS COVERS I.;; JR. iorr
BOXER LOKGIES!
This Is now the situation In District 4.

DICK BRUMBAUGH can get things done t IIIIIII 36 ; ": 2 ,,. 39 1.19 77 VALUE M .

for District 4 and all of Polk County by ggeI Silicon IOYS' DELHI '.i '
cover Fiberglas
presenting his viewpoints Intelligently and rea ( Bond Legs SPORT SHIRTS t .
I pod Mt. Fits all standard White, Pink, Blue I I97c..111 II
sonobly. And, by Smartly styl.dlCUlhion.d
\ gaining necessary cooperation I ., wood or metal boards t and Maize, l
and Board support from the other members of the Illillll sole.Sue 4 Inn.I to 10.- 4 Sizes 4 to 14 I 1.99 VALUE II I I llIr'L I )I .l lhiIi'

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get our .
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School Board I : j: 'IIIISSfS' J (F
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TERRY BALLS 1 QT/AERO 197 B PLASTIC CREST I II BRICK SHARK
I moving with PRINTED
DISH TOWELS I PAXTIE BRIEFS I and FLAKES FLOOR WAXsoc Rustproof Easy to HANKERS I FAMILY SIZE2FIR99 I SHAMPOO REMCO RACER

BRUMBAUGH 4FOI9&Ci 6fo 97c 3 % 50Rig. clean to can.Lid locks tight 38e 7BcR.g. 2.77Battery

Super absorbent Reg. 29c. 5, 6, 7. I 27c each. I Reg.due.price 741:. Contoured sM


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Dedication DevelopsInto Ie (


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Lively AffairBy

r ee STOCK MARKET FLASHES

DAVE PRATT that are good of Florida and

Ledger Staff Writer brought them up here . .

NEW YORK ClTY-Dedi- so all the world can see." NEW YORK (ft The Stock 3,000 shares, off /4 at 834. Soo Line declined % td 36 % and
cation
of the Florida
Exhibi The porpoises swish around Market moved unevenly at the Unchanged were American Ford lost '4 at 57 %.
tion at the World's Fair Wednesday
.
restlessly and to the
pop up opening today Trading was
was a three-ring affair surface and look at the governor 1 7 moderately active. Motors at 16 on 2,500 shares; American Telephone fell %

livened by unexpected pyrotechnics They are able to. keep Changes of most key stocks and Goodyear at 41 % on 1,100 to 142 yt on 2,500 shares. Royal

on the outside and a their pleasant smiling faces were narrow shares. Dutch gained % at 43 % on

dedicated quintet of scene and foresections above the Opening blocks Included; Reynolds -' International Paper also 1 1700. United Air Lines and
stealers-five porpoises. water for surprisingly long Tobacco off y4 at 49 % opened on a 3,000-share trans Douglas Aircraft lost fractions.

There was something for times and whenever they on'6,600 shares; Bethlehem off action, easing % to 33 %. Consolidated Edison gained %.
everybody-especially if you emerge they watch the gover y at 36 on 4,000; and l/ew York Gulf Oil advanced % to 54 % Yesterday the Associated
were a humorist. Newspaper nor and no one else. Many of j Central up % at 36 V4 on 3,000 on 2,100 shares. Press average of 60 stocks
photographers and TV cam- the humans watch them and General Electric opened on On blocks of 3,000 shares, dipped ,2 to 306.2.
eramen scurried from the en- not the governor. One porpoise .
trance to the Porpoise Sta- takes up a "seat" rightat BLUE CHIPS II
dium to the pool's edge look. the feet of the governor

ing out across the stage where who o ccasionally glances 1
Gov. Farris Bryant and members somewhat nervously at him. + I'M OFF 1D DISCUSS ouR
of the Florida World's ti- FINANCIAL FUTURE WITH
Fair Authority held forth. Cameramen SplashedAnd MY STOCK $ OKERL PA M G

But the politicos played a now the highlight of the f SNOT Yt'pGIRg
poor second to the unofficial dedication nears This is not 7bMME

sideline attraction, a band of going to be an ordinary rib ROOSEVELTS GREETED IN U.KELAND-D..I. Preittr, lift, shaker the hand of Mr.. Pit "hlAMERICAN r

about 30 of the civil rights bon-cutting: ceremony the governor Rooiavolt, while, her hutband, Elliott, it itiown ..!tI... off a plant .,.hich' brought thorn to L..... ti
demonstrators who flooded says. Instead a jumping load The couplo orrivod ,....rd., e4t noon ot Dron. Field Rooiavalt running far Stole Panto 0
the Fair opening day. porpoise will break the rib erotic National Committtaman I ..' .
I. htdga-liopplftf through FIo'I. 67 countlai to ..1. a batttrunderstanding
Newsmen Run bon.The ; of diffirant problems facing fI.i...." (ledger Photo by Hughai)
governor takes one end
When in last minute impulse
a
of a ribbon which is stretched
the small band of tire. across the pool and is about
less chanters decided to block Beverage Agents LiterallyDig D I
off the entrance to the dedi There nine feet, is a above long wait the as water.the *

cation ceremonies, newsmen porpoises trainer waves his
didn't know whether to be hands The Daily Investor
over the pool and signals
polite to a conscientiously unheeding his pupils to get ready Up 'Shine Arrest NegroBeverage -
Florida Governor or for the stunt The animals ,
to focus all their attentionon need a long-running start in By WILLIAM A, DOYLE the dividend payout, a stock
the sit-inners-turned-stand- order to make the jump and agents had to dig cen discovered the mash by In addition the raiding J. Stock splits are very muchIn split means nothing Of course
inners. the pool starts frothing as they (and that's meant literally) to pushing rods In the ground. party destroyed a 55-gallon the news again The custom many companies increase their
So, Instead, the newsmen circle getting up speed. Several uncover a small Illegal whisky He added that the six 55-gal- cooker and approximately 20 STOCK EXCHANGEAm ers' ,man who handles my ac- dividends either before or after

turned into short heat specialists cameramen at the rim of operation in the Mulberry area, Ion barrels were covered by empty 55-gallon drums. Elec .....,........... 114 count at the brokerage firm they split their stock
running back and the pool get drenched by the yesterday morning. about 10 Inches of dirt overa Davis said having to look Barnes Eng .............. 23 with which I do business mentions Now, a stock split normally
forth in tune to the degree of splashing, Cameras are poised Walter Davis, director of piece of plywood covering for the buried barrels causedthe Dorsey Corp ............ 71/ them often Recently he does attract a good bit of at-
intensity of the commotion and the crowd hushes to at the Lakeland office of the the barrels. agents to be on the scene Falcon Sea Dr .......... 11% gave me a list of stocks that ention. That can send the market -
outside. tention. State Beverage Department Agents also found one gallon for about four hours. They began Guard Chem ............ 10% might" be split soon Is It bet. price of the stock up. But

From the very start of the The frothing continues and said agents from the beverage ot moonshine buried in looking for the still at Gulf Am ................ S/ ter to buy a stock before or unless you have some Inside

dedication, the 61-member all of a sudden one lithe office uncovered approximately I I the area. about midnight Wednesday. Gulf Sulphur ............ 7% after It Is split? pipe line of information it's
grey 300 of fermented
\ University of Florida Chorus aquabat frolics and out of gallons Kratter ... ............... 8% A. Tell you what to do. Tossa doubtful that you will learn,
t accompanied by an organist, the water and over up the ribbon. In mash, which had been buried Ball Sees Narrow Limit Redwing Carrier ......... 1314 coin. Heads buy before the about It in time to get any ad-
a hog on belonging
got a lot of competition from pen property vantage. You can be sure that
I The crowd applauds furiouslyand Stephan Co. .............. 9 split, Tails buy after
Alfred Morris of
t the Negro and white demonstrations the governor beams. to Syntex ............,t..... 65% Honestly, when you buy stock what your customers' man Is
Mulberry Morris For U. S. Policy On Cuba Tampa Elec .,.,...,.,... 254 only (repeat ONLY) because ofa telling you has already been
But It is
Commissioner not good enough. a 47-year-old Negro,
After Florida told to lots of other people.Of .
,Textron Inc ............. 414. split you put;
of Agriculture Doyle E. Con- The trainer says he wants a was arrested and charged course in the case of a
ner and Florida Citrus Queen higher jump and the ribbon Is with possession of moonshine ROANOKE Va (AP) Un- can boycott of Cuba has failed. OVER-TIIE-COUNTER yourself in the two-forone split, the market

Nancy Collins were seated, stretched out again. He throws whisky, possession of fermented dersecretary of State GeorgeW. "It is simply not within our MUTUAL FUNDS sam position price of the stock is cut in half

along with most of the audience chunks of fish out all over whisky mash, possession of Ball says U,S. policy toward power to compel our allies to Affiliated Fund .... ...... 8.79 who as a sharpie -when the split becomes effective -

mainly a press delega the pool and the porpoises a still, possession of raw material Communist Cuba must fall within cut off their trade." the Arkan- Ahco .. ................... 7% the gambleson toss of ,
from Florida the chorus start circling again. But it is used in the manufactureof a narrow limit betweenwar .11 Democrat said, "unless we
tion Am Express ............. 44 a coin.
struck off with a rousing a futile wait, The porpoisesdon't whisky and with being a which Washington rejects are prepared to take drastic Auto Merch ... .........,. 1% It's time Q. Is It true that brokers
of "Swanee like the 40 degree weather second offender in an illegal and negotiation which Is out ol sanctions" make / commissions
verse or two Chase: Man Bank ....,... 72 again to repeat bigger on
Joined by the audience outside and prefer to stay whisky operation. the question. Ball contended, however, that ickerd's Drug ... ........ 18 the lecture that low-priced stocks than on high- l
'DUIe' Tried in the heated water Not one Sis: Barrels Found This means Ball said Thurs "we have obtained considera- Fidelity Fund i........... 1778Fla. a stock split, priced stocks? I

will jump again. Morris, who previously was day night, the U.S. governmentmust ble 'although not complete, co- !::! Gas: "'"''..... !ll'/ by itself, does A. Yes It Is. What brokers
, But above the trained voices After all, they probably convicted on a charge of possession pursue Its present line of! operation" from the NATO Al- 'Fla. Pub Util ........... 22% only one' thing like to call "minimum" commission
you could still hear from the think, we put on a full performance of a still was released action: Strengthen LatinAmerican lies in clamping down on ship- Fla. Steel ................ 97? It cuts the own. DOYLE rates are set on a sliding -
outside a succession of chants earlier that day. from Polk County Jail at Bar- : nations to resist Red subversion ping to Cuba and the sale of in- Fla. Tel ................. 25% ershlp of a company up Into I scale These commissionsare
such as "Jim Crow-Must The show especially staged tow after posting bonds total. and reduce Havana's dustrial goods, transport equip-, Fla. Tile ................ 15 smaller pieces. tabbed "minimum" by the
Col" "Jim Crow-Must Gol""FreedomNowwwl" for newsmen, Included high Ing $2.500 power to advance communism ment and critical materials. Founders Life ............ 914 Let's XYZ stock exchanges. Actually a
that
"FreedomNowwwl" jumps and ended with the Davis explained that offs through means short of war. Transportation Falls Gulf Life ................ 57 has say million shares of Corp broker could charge you more.
one com-
sleek madcaps tossing out Ball chose the Omicron Delta Incorp Invest....... ..... 76 But if you find one hitting you
Then the chorus tried "Dix Florida oranges to the crowd. Kappa Society convention to Along this line, he cautioned Inter County Tel & Tel .. 59 mon stock outstandingownedby with more than the "mini I'
ie" and everybody stood up They displayed a strong fast Damage Suit what amounted to endorsemenof t: against the sale of locomotive Jackson Min Mart ...... Vf Investors. Each of those mum," you can take your busl-

and sang fervently. ball and almost beaned the present Cuban policy and i I to Cuba saying they would bo., Lewis Bus Forms' ,,...,., 16 shares represents ownership 01 f., tlesltflsewhere-fast..,

l The demonstrators responded Florida Citrus Queen, and After Death defense of the embargo the I alit the Island's economy evenI Nationwide ......... ., .., 15% one-millionth. of the'company. Stock exchange commissionsare
for the umteenth time with probably figured that was United States has mountedagainst I more than did the recent sal A. H. Robins ..........., 37 based on the amount of
their principal theme song, a enough of a show for that day. Of Wreck Victim the island. of 450 British buses. Taylor Inst ....,.... ..,., If the stock In split two for money involved In each "round-
rather melodic tune with Objective Declared Cuba's Western transportation T.V. Elec Fund .......... one, the company then has two lot" (generally 100-share( ) trans
lyrics that run something like BARTOW-A $50.000 damagesuit equipment Is falling apart rap Trans Gas Pipe Line ..... million shares of stock outstandIng action.
this: Haines was filed In circuit court He said his objective was to idly he said, and It Is important Travelers ....... ......... Each of the Increased For example, if you buy or
"We shall overcome HighStudents yesterday in connection with clear up "misapprehensions"and that the West not provide United Ilium ............ 451J number of shares then represents sell 100 shares of stock at $40
We shall overcome. the death of a Winter Haven I "confusion" that have been spare parts and replacements. Universal Foods ........ ownership of one two- a share the commission Is 39.
Deep in my heart I real-ly Will woman from injuries receivedin apparent In public debate over, Ball did not specify what millionths of the company. But, if you buy or sell 200
believe.We an automobile accident last the United States' Cuban policy.'' prospective deal he had in NEW YORK Anyone who owned one share shares of stock at $20 a share

shall overcome. Oct. 21.The Last month Chairman J, W mind, although, there have been STOCK EXCHANGE before the split owns two share: you pay commission of $27 on
We shall overcome." Present PlayHAINES suit was filed by Jeanette Fulbright of the Senate Foreign reports that France is considering Latest II a.m. after the two-for-one split. The each 100 transaction-for a totalof
Second verse: Forman Abernathy of Relations Committee charged in selling locomotives to the Close Price "equity" (percentage of owner- $54.
"Black and white to-gethhh- CITY-The Haines Winter Haven. Identified as a Senate speech that the Ameri- Castro government. Air Reduction S7% 56SAlden. ship) In the company of each Some cynics suggest that the

erBlack City High School Thespianswill the executrix of the estate 'of Ball flatly ruled out negotiation 29 2914 shareholder Is not changed bya higher commission on lower-
and white to-gethhh- present Winifred Wolfe'scomedy Hazel May Forman against Bartow PTA as well as Invasion and Allied Chem 54 S3ra split. priced stock Is a big reason
er." and so on. "Ask Any Girl" as Patricia II. Johnson of Lake maintained the United States Am BORCh 14% Unless a stock split is ac why brokers like to see stocks
They were strong singers their spring dramatic produce Alfred. Sets Panel On "must rely, as our major Instrument Am Cyanamid 6414 64 companied by something tangible split, with resulting lower prices
had been in voice all
and day.
such as an increase in share.
tion. The Johnson woman is on a systematic programof Am Home Prd 66 65% per
Gate Said Blocked The play is to be presentedin charged with "negligence" and Child Molester economic denial! Am Mach Fdry 20% 20% .

'Dixie" ended fairly abruptly Central Auditorium for with falling to stop her car Am Metal Prd 21% 21% Latest II a.m Latest 11 am
two performances at 7.30 at a stop sign at the intersec- BARTOW-"The Child Molester Am Motor 16 1614 Close Price I Close Price

About this time word was p.m. Monday and Tuesday. tion of Avenue D, Northwest, I Whose Responsibility?" Lake Alfred Am Rei Dev 24% 24% Kimberly Clark .. 64% 64'/ Texas Gulf Sui 420/i/ 44'v' ,

heard that the demonstratorswere Leading roles will be played and Second Street In Winter will be the topic of a panel discussion Am Seating 38 373/4 Kerr-McGee ..... 36% 36% Tidewater 33133%
actually huddling up to by Jerry Markison. Mike Shelter Haven. The petition alleges during the Bartow Elementary Am Tobacco 34Yf 34% Tractor Sup 19Y. 20
Post Office Korvette .... .... 29 29
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traffic Am Tel Tel 142 142 ::18%
the gateway and blocking and Linda Blackwelder her car collided with one PTA meeting Tuesday. Union Bag 38Y.
into the stadium. There Is Featured In the production: driven by Miss Forman. Serving on the panel moderated Ampex 16 16 Lear-Siegler ...... 127 13 Union Oil 8114 SiVa

a mass run to the gate and Jane Ferguson, Pete NeSmith Miss Forman died Dec. S at by Juvenile Judge Bowdon Views ChangesLAKE Aria Pub Ser 38 36 Liggette & Myers 8214 81% Union Pac 411/e 41

the shutters start clicking and Van Ross, Janice Cannon, Winter Haven Hospital Hunt, will be Judge Roy H. Armco Steel 753 753/ Litton Inds ... .. ., 67% 67% Union Tank 43Va 43
the movie cameras whirring. Henrietta Harvey Barbara The suit seeks reimbursement Amidon of the criminal court; Atcha top 28% 281'% Lone Star Gas ... 23% 23% United Fin 271,4 271,4
ALFRED Limited
Meanwhile, on the stage some- Carpenter, Carmen Harvey, of medical expenses and Gordon McCalla county solicitor All Refin 56% 561% Loral Elec ...,... 7'/4 714p < United Fruit 21% 21%
adjustments In some postal Auto Can 14
body.r-other leads off a short Dianne La whom, Barbara other damages totaling }25,> Leonard Blanker Bartow % 143/ Lorrlllard .... 47I47I" /; US Inds 934 9%
services ordered from Wash
Avco
succession of speeches.The Bowen Louis Witcher Joyce 000 and, an additional $25,000 city Judge; Henry Kroll juve- ington March 10 by Post Beneficial 21 50351% 21%I Madison Fd .,.... 19'19'i U.S. Rubber SI% !621
photographers are satisfied Fletcher, Margaret Smith, for "loss of the prospective nile officer of the sheriffs de-, master General John Gro- Blaw-Knox 27 27% Magnavox ....... 3814 38 U.S Steel 91ye 56YI
and return to the cere- Linda Heath and Sharon Has- estate." partment, and Louis Cromartie, % % Marguardt .... .. )11!/ 11'/, Upjohn SO% 50144Vendo
take effect -
nouskl will to 48
begin Borg-Warner %
the chanting Outside 481,4 17% 171WarnerLambert
But
monies. kins, Bartow police chief. Martin Marietta 18'/' 18%
here and in other cities Brunswick 1031 101 '
continues -In even the more pool "Ask Any Girl" heads the GEORGIAN SENTENCED Dr, Janet Sutton. PTA president -1 May 4, in an economy move Burlington 46 453/1 McCrory ... ....., ll'll'i' W, Air Brake 34'34 281281%
enthusiastically far list of three-act plays produced BARTOW-A 28-year-old extended an Invitation to slated to save $12.7 million In Burroughs 22% 22Ya McKesson ... .. ... 43'/ 45'/' 33333%
the five porpoises by of all most frequently by high Georgia man yesterday was PTA groups and all other interested the postal system.Postmaster Cat Tractor 8i% 60ra Merck .... .... .... 117 H6'/4 Wlnn Westinghouse DIxIe 31132'}
the most philosophic heads from school troupes. The comedywas aentenced to one year at Ral- persons to attend the Norman Boyle Celanese 67 66* Minn Hnwl ....... 126 126 Xerox 947A4
their
there surface- lift of the water and adapted from the movie ford State Prison. Jimmy Way- meeting. The meeting will said service changes planned Chemetron 283k 28% MMM ..... ...... 65% 65'4' Zenith Red 763 77%
the benignedly at the human which featured Shirley Mac. mon Jones, Hapeville. was arrested -held in the new Junior here include: Ches Ohio 72% 72% Montg Ward ..... 38 37% Jim Walter 351 3514
glance going around Lame Gig Young and David Feb. 25 on charges of school cafetorium at 7:30: p be:1 1. Parcel Post Deliveries- Chrysler 45% 453Ctrs Nat Biscuit ....... 60% 61
them. comedy Niven. Tickets will be avail- breaking and entering and petty A room count will be taken : Normal flow not affected. Par Gas "Elec 26% 26% Nat Can ......... 16116/'

Officials are Introduced to able at the door for 50 cents. larceny. a nursery will be provided. cels may still be claimed at Cities Ser 68% 6814 Nat Dairy ........ 74'74%

short bursts of applause The windows and will continue to Colgate Pal 43'43 Nat Fuel .... ... 34 34 Ex-Lakelander
demonstrators sound even be delivered by the city delivery Collins Rad 17% J7% Nat Gypsum .... 49% 50 -

stronger, mounted carrier as In Columbia Gee 29 29 Nla-Mohawk .... 51'51U Gets ScholarshipPhilip
Suddenly is heard outside a the past. Com Credit 41% 41% Okla Oat Elec 27% 27%.
One Con Edison 86% 81134 Outboard Marine 17Ya m
voice over a microphone 2. Window Services- Jr. of
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obviously a policeman or window only open on Satur- Consumer Pwr 48 4534 Pac Oas Elec 311% 313,4 Covington
dering the demonstrators to .At day from 830; a.m. to 12:30 Cont Oil 65 6534 Pan Am Sulphur 31Y. 3114 Philip Covington Sr of Spartan-
disperse. There Is a mass run <1 p.m. Services available Include Ctrl Data 907. 9O% Parke Davie 291h 29% burg, S.C. and a one-time Lake

of cameramen to the gate postage sale; acceptance Corn Prds 62362% Penney, J. C. 51% 53'4' land resident has been select.
where cameras are poked in- and delivery of parcel Crown Cork 33' 33% Pepsi Cola 50 50141 ed by Harvard University as
the more 1/r T a't Curtiss-Wright 19 18% Pfizer 47% 47141
to the crowd and post and of registered and one of SO entering freshmen to
gymnastic press climb up on \ r certified mail and COD articles Den Rio R R 201 2014 Phil Else 33y' 33'YN
to the fence and whirr away ; general delivery serv De Soto Chem 2314 231 Phillips Pet 52% 521/ receive the Harvard National

from there. Nothing happens ice and claims and box rent Dr Pepper 31% 31% Phelps Dodge 7014 70% Scholarship.The .
ai the singing continues and collections No money orderor Dresser Inds 32'4 324.! Pit Plate Glass 70 6911a senior Covington, who Is
under strong orders DuPont 261 260lh Proctor Gamble 811h 82%
the police, postal savings business on now the dean of Wofford College
to avoid violence, de Saturdays Eastman Kodak 118 128% Pub Srv Elec Gas 7754 770/1 In Spartanburg, was grad
liberate. More uniformed re- 3. No Sunday or after.hour Gamble Skgmo4'4:\ 34'4 Pure Oil 44'1 441,4Raybestol
inforcements will arrive. It Is services, although no essential Ga Pac 67% 58y' Man 471h 47% uated from Lakeland High
anticlimactic; the police merely services are affected by the Gen Elec 15! % 85% Rep Steel 4514 45 School In 19 0. His son, Philip,
open up a path into the orders. Gen "oods 89 891h R. J. Reynolds 497441% wll receive a stipend of $1,600

stadium by pulling demonstrators I No change In home deliveryor Gen Inllt 12'1 12% Rhod Sel Trust 6% 61/1 a year as one n a of I the intellectualpromise" students"of
exceptio
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Bryant to the first class mail will be handled Gen Tire 24 23ra Seaboard Air R 4714 47%

newsmen return to hear with the same priority as be- Gillette 31 31% Sears 109% 109Y. POULTRY & EGGS
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the governor. The singing Great A P Tea 37% 37'4 Socony 73 7314 TAMP AP>-
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do not visibly annoy the II They Prof. James Franck of lot Harvester .. 70'693 Spiegel 31% 31% jtl. U* : j I/iyn:::. .as
governor something the University of Chicago and IMC ......... .. .. 10 lOVe Std Oil Cal Ollih 65% .....1.. 'I" Governor Bryant how says wonderfulthis i Prof. Tracy Morton Sonnebornof lot Min Chem . 71% 71 Std Oil Ind 71% 71 ::; / : :t t.II'mor..37e 34 a..4
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Associated Press Sports WriterBueball's an American League recordfor ., By MURRAY CHASS bizarre performance, Johnson

unique statistic! department has had It of* game.most hit batters In one ________I- U Friday April 21. 1114 ..,t Associated"So I made Press history.Sports Heckuva Writer scorned"What sympathy eke can I do?" he

into the ninth-In '; books Isn'tit asked, smiling. "I'' pitched the
first busy day of the season McBride got way to get Into the ,
ning Jam on singles by Fred .. .I best game of my life. I can't
Some three hours after Houston's .. .., .. ?
and Tito Francona feel bad because I lost it. Ac-
Ken Johnson earned Whitfield ) '" Houston pitcher Ken Johnson
place in the record book by a,who collected the 1,000th hit of: ,0'. :, had just pitched a unique no-bit tually I feel worse for the guys:

losing a no-hitter to Cincinnati his major league career earlierIn Chandler Hurls .. game against his former Clncin on the club. I guess that* sounds
McBride then hit funny but It's true'In
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1-0) Thursday night, Ken McBride the game. naIl teammates Thursday night;
of the Los Johnny Romano and Woody I and lost 1-0 on two errors in the other National League

entered the sweepstakes Angeles Angels Held in succession forcing in _____ _...n_ .. .. ., ninth Inning, one of them his' ames, Philadelphia nipped I
the tie-breaking run. Lakeland To WinIt the first no-hit game Pittsburgh SLos Angeles
McBride, who previously had NO HITTIR WORKING-K.a JotiMon. H....... CoN right It was downed St. Louis 7-5 for its first
The Baltimore Orioles gaineda of the major league sea
hit batters with young
stood two out on the mound pitches In the doubleheader split with Boston I .."*).,, TfcurwUf nlht .i k. was pfrchlnf' e no-hit fame ...I..t son and the second in the Colts' victory after seven straight de-

ninth Inning and bit two more winning the nightcap of a was almost a year ago two teams play in Orlando Onclnnwtl.' JoKition ft hit r..hltter. ..t el.. fc.ll ,.", was lost brief three-year history But it eats and Chicago stopped New

forcing in Cleveland's winningMOTOROLA twinight doubleheader 1-0 be- that Ron Chandler pitched his again tonight. to Clnelnnrol' by ass run that was "'.... out two .,osa H. MC."'. was even more than that York 51.Johnson.

hind the pitching of Robin Roberts last game in organized base- Lakeland returns to Henley the tint major I..,... pitchor to Bitch no-hit tii>. .n4 Iota It. Johnson is the first pitcherever who already had

after a 3-1 opening.game ball. He got clobbered and then Field tomorrow for a pair of (Af WIrep".). to hurl a no-hitter and losein won two games this season,

_;..&. oss. quit for the season with a sore Tinning games with the Day- a nine.inning game and the blamed himself for the defeat
::;.--: tona Beach Islanders. First His wild throw on Pete Roses
: -c In the opener the Orioles lost first ever to lose a game with-
::;t arm.However '
;: the services of Steve Barber! the righthander was game will be at 8:30: p.m. Fishing And HuntingBy out giving the opposing team a bunt with one out in the ninth

:..-- the only Baltimore 20-game() win never sharper than last night at Chandler needed help from hit Other pitchers have gone put Rose on second, and he

e ner since the club rejoined the Orlando's Tinker Field as he Jay Pressler in the ninth. He through nine hitless Innings but reached third on an infield out.

American League 10 years ago.I hurled the. Lakeland Tigers to a fanned ten and gave up six hits FRED W. JONESFishingHunting lost In extra innings after allowing Then Vada Pinson hit a routine .
7-3 victory over the winless Orlando in the eight innings he pitched. Editor hits grounder to Nellie Fox. The

Pulled Muscle Twins, The Tigers Jumped on three Old timers will know fishing methods will have changed Johnson, a knuckleball specialist veteran second baseman booted

CAR RADIO FITS Barber pulled a muscle underhis The loss was Orlando's fourth Orlando hurlers for 12 safeties during the past week or so during which we've had consistently was well aware of the the ball, allowing Rose to score.
left shoulder blade In the straight and the victory was including homers by Roy Ren- above-normal temperatures. no-hitter during the game. After Even after that inning anoth-

NEARLY ALL CARS pre-game warmup was taggedfor Lakeland's third in a row The fro and Lannie Carrier. Nat Fish like people have their temperature preferences and the seventh inning, he asked'er oddity still was to come. The
two runs in the first inning Harry had a homer for Orlando. Runnels
AMIRICAN OR FORIIGM teammate Don Nottebart"How's bits' Pete hit a ground
they chanee their habits as the water temoeratures. co uo. or
with 12 volt and then forced to leave. There I LAKILAn4O ORLANDO baD and appeared to be thrownout
SJstemlAll7ransistor to feel
Leafs H a guy supposed
down.
was no word on how long Bar- Square W.VOlt et a Hartr. M r do?" in Houston's ninth. first
Carrier If AiD s Thorn a 3bJaeoba AiD 0, So, the wise angler now will do his surface lure fishing I Notty? What do you 1
ber would be sidelined.
And art Sb 2 etTalboM 0WU'nontSt "I Nottebart, who hurled Hous base umpire Stan Landes calledIt
Cup Playoffs Ib 0 early in the morning or late in the evening even during the
Only one other game was Penn.rlb 4 III tMandnts'f ton's first no-hit game last May that way. However borne
scheduled in the AL.: In that Sondr' : Cowan Manual Ib, night when the more shallow waters are somewhat cooler. 17 against Philadelphia, replied: plate Umpire Augla Donatelli
Bill Skowron drove in the win- DETROIT (AP)-The Detroit ThooIs.i i 0 Crow I.r' I. And using the same logic ha will do his mid-day fishing "Stay loose and keep going' overruled Landes. saying! first
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ning run with a single in the Wings, to coming D r After he had concluded his baseman Deron Johnson never
for eighth inning as Washington from behind and battling to Jp'm..b I 1 TAMPA SAY TIDn.' .tu'd.. 11..11'.m.a5.5.ms.5.55s.m4ouM,7Ol5m4 :IS ..... MIst, tI_ S'I' sm.5:55p.mdI.not.dmpals.m.,7.s5 had full control of the ball.

edged Minnesota 54. win Important games have -:; '"i RsOt tIms. a5. pani 5.5., 122 am.
Great Reliability 'I'otw J7 32 I Ia
The Angels pulled ahead of reached that point again. I .1110,1 lor J'ato..o,1II la aid " IJ J I FSC Rollins .
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Htr.'t a radio that's specially the Indians 2-0 in the fourth on I Toronto extended the Stanley UtLANDO LAKKI.AND: ,--- 001 000 019 000 Mo 301--*1B 'in the deeper parts of the lake and will use deep running Bills No-Hits

made to look great In a triple by Jim Fregosl!, an Infield Cup hockey playoff finals to the 2'.11 TalbOt! Orlando. .CO..D.Look.I&II 27.10', DP-R.nlro and. lures, or such baits as live shiners.All .

or and under the dash of Its foreign all- out, an error a stolen limit with a 4-3 victory Thursday -I Lakeland Aodraon ,n-os.no =ndl"g 6..,3BP.nhs.Poow n. Los. of this, of course applies to fresh waters. In the salt Two In

translator sports chassis ears make. It base and 'Bob Rodgers' single bight on Bob Baun's goal ,Rcnlro?. Carrln Manuel Rart 18-And.rooD.*. 5 VoMChander HaOiandlar -- waters there have been changes too, but they aren't alwaysthe Play Kathleen 5-0

sound great, too. Virtually The Indians tied it in the fifth at 1:43 of an overtime session 1 I R51-Rosofto.,. I, Carrier, a., W. VP.PP. same as fresh water. ,
when Whitfield doubled Fran- A Detroit victory would have Tbom''l 2.HH".:'.. .. .0
no hum or distortion-Juit For example the run of hot 'days has just about broughtthe Winter ParkWINTER .
clean clear sound And cona singled and pitcher Dick given the Red Wings the Stanley (W> $ 6 jlorJnwn 0 3 i spring run of kingfish to an end for this area. Kings were PLANT CITY-Plant City
Cup.It (U II > It a I High S h I's .handed IId
Donovan singled both home c a 0 right
there's no warmup wait Radio .
"arneworth JV4 0 0 0 still around this week but they sure weren't biting in any big
plays the Instant Donovan got credit for the was Ironic that Baun should 80.. I 1 1 0 PARK Florida pitching ace, Chipper Bills, spun
you Wg -Luciano InC ua>n. numbers (we are told. We didn't get a chance to go on Tuesday 11
Southern and Rollins
turn It on. victory when the bizarre endingwas score the winning marker a lit T- ."t l 300, College a no-hit, 5-0 gem last night as
fashioned by McBride. shot that deflected off the long as we had hoped and planned.) College move from Lakeland's the Planters eliminated Kath-

I 2 9 end of defenseman Bill Gads- Santa Fe DefeatedIn Henley Field to Winter Park's lean Senior High School In the {
Some Fresh Water CatchesBut
M"t.AW""M.' by's stick and past the surprised Harper Shepherd Field tomorrow -opening night of the Class SubGroup (

aod.43n4 MORTGAGE FHA LOANS VA Terry Sawchuk. It was Sub-Group, 7.6 here are some late reports from fresh waters for you for the final two games ina baseball tournament. dd
Toronto's first shot of the overtime crucial three-game Florida Intercollegiate dI
In the first Ha
to by. Doug Jennings Lake Pierce fishing game
FIRST MORTGAGI CORP. High go camp operator, Conference base- Ji
TWO nAIl GUAftAfmf Or FLORIDA AVON PARK-Mulberry gave us a list of catches yesterday afternoon that were made High of Wauchula came up vtli
ball lerleLThe
.. School spotted Santa Fe Catholic two runs in the bottom of tiTo I
COVERS AIL PARTS Ph.na MU 111* LaMlae
and efternoon.Here's .
yesterday morning Wednesday
"Smvica la OUII BUHNUS* High School of Lakeland a first game was to have ninth inning after two outs to J
-All LABORS in a. riaria A_ Loses Doug's late report "We're having some nice bass been 3:15
Frostproof ; 30 lead and rallied for four played at : p.m. todayat edge the Bartow High Yellow
'anul.cluro"1. gUMlflt.I cov." runs in the fourth and a 4-3 catches these past few days. They're biting on most anything. Henley Field.Tomorrow's Jackets 41Hardee

frit component" icfcanit prov.n or Jilectlv ropal of In not.any Lake Wales Bows victory here last night in the Ray Scroggins of Lake Pierce had an 8'4 pounder, James doubleheader begins and Plant City meet

mil tin we saber. Ri novel Included and rtlnitilla-AmniOttuoujh FROSTPROOF SouthpawDon Class: B, Sub-Group high school Bohannon and a friend of Lakeland bad 10 bass on Wednesdayand at 1:30: p.m. Both games at 7:30: p.m. today here for the
..... are scheduled for seven inn
Hlllni d. baseball tournament. 12 Thursday forenoon.
Sebastian fired a onehitterand tourament title and a shot at
struckout 26 here last nightIn In the second game, host Avon "C E. Dick of Lakeland had a limit of bluegills and 7 ings.Mathematically .the Group crown.

NITE & DAY MONROE the Class B. Sub-Group 6 high Park behind sophomore Ronnie bass on Thursday forenoon. . ." Southern (7- I. Bills, Increasing his record
Jackson's second no-hitter 2)). Rollins (5-1), and Miami (7-
school baseball tournament Doug says there are several bluegill beds In the north this season to 7-0) and the Planters .
TVAPPLIANCESUlrtlond't of the season, blanked Lake I) all have a good chance to
BRANNEN however. it was a losing cause.. Placid 12-0, in a contest called cove of the lake, close to his camp. and they're biting on capture the FIC flag A clean to 16-2 faced only 24 batters -
/ His team, host Fro tproof. bowed worms and crickets ,. three more than the min
after five Inning. because of the sweep of Rollins this weekendby I
TV Supermarket to Clearwater Central Catholic ID-run prep rule.Mulberry' "Mr. and Mrs. Huston Powell of Alabama, had 70 bluegills Coach Hal Smeltzly's Aloes imum. He struck out nine and

7-6 in 10 innings. fourth run, which ; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grubbs of Pensacola had 70 bluegills would eliminate the Tars. walked three.

1330 New Au.umdaHwy/ SHERIFFScratching In another Sub-Group tourna- proved to be the winning run. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Canady of Lakeland had 40 bluegills ri,. STANDINGS In a game scheduled for

Open 8 A.M. 9 P.M. ment contest at Dado City, Lake was scored on a passed ball (All these yesterday.) 1\I1.m' .. .. ... ..... .... .Won. I LM 1 seven innings, Bartow pushed
Wales was eliminated by Se- RollInsrec. ... ............... across a run in the top of the
MU 6.2176 Mulberry and Avon Park meetat "Everett Price and Douglas of Lakeland they're .. 5
bring. 4 I. Sebring meets Pasco Tommy ( StuItoB ... .'.". .'.T..'.'. ..; 1 5'imps ninth to break a 2-2 only to j
High of Dade City at 7:30 7:30: p.m. today for the title Ledger composing room boys) had 70 shellcrackers . ." .: ...;..........:.. 1 S
and the right to advance to the Ja-kousntla .. ... ... .. 0 a have Hardee come up with two
p.m. today to determine who We also had a written report from Doug concerning fish in its half of the ninth after

will! play the winner of the Plant;SANTA Group Mt playoffs.' 001 000 0 1 J 4UVLBERRT ing over the past weekend and a couple of photos of catches. SCOREBOARD two outs f
City-Hardee contest in Group :.: OOO 4UO =4 T IR. These included "Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dansby and Mrs. Alice BAHTOW ]00 100 001-I ] }
I Btantoa and AlUnturKri Turnw ft TOi AeaaaUteal pieaa HARD!.* :::: Oil too 003-4 1annmi
action.. Jo-; (2) aud McNeilLAKI Pope of Lakelan4 with a fine string of bass and bluegills. NATIONAL LEAOWCW and Nflnon' R, 11uobsmKATuLETIS
Clearwater Central Catholic i. Pc?. Otdelttila .. '6', ....Ul. and CIIIlM*
PLACID. 000 00 12 0 e John Dozier and Cliff McLeod of Lakeland with 13 bass taken .. I 1 113 ..,, OOO 000 0-4 0 1
=
plays Zephyrhills, 7-6 victor over AVON PARK :: 361 31 5 SUwli. tin Fraiulacw .;.;:: C i :.010PlItabsrl PLANT CITY 101 101 1 I
BuUard (4t and Billiard t.wU while rowing and trolling a yellow shyster ... ..41 671 it. S..,., and IrsvnUnti SIll. ..d 04f'
forCASH9 Okeechobee. at 7:30: p.m. todayin (4)1) Jack.cn and Satos. MalbH <4>. 81 Louie .: ..:: .. 14 :.565 I"ClnelnnaU rIt,
E. Vlck 8 bass
"C. Mr and
Lakeland. Mrs.
the finals at FroatproofG3oGo. trolling; .. .....,. i 4 ,6&a IV t
Robert Hagy Lakeland. 16 bass; George Norman and James MUwaukM ...... ... 4 4 OO S. I I
HniutoaChlcaao .. .. . ...
Still Undefeated Bohannon Lakeland IS bass. . .'. 0.0. AnaetaaNew .:... ...... .... J. :4J* lt, Exhibition Slated r

A KATHLEEN-Herndon Insurance And John Miller of John's Camp over on the north end YerkPhiladelphia tIiUsSOAV,5. ..' ".$UL1i' : French's Transmission Shop of

chalked up a 13-12: win over of Lake Julianna sends In a photo of a fine catch of bream CIllo... A. New 0. Pltuburafc York I. S. Lakeland will play a Softball I

Universal Foods to stay undefeated and shellcrackers Bouauin 0' exhibition game tomorrow at (
Loe A .
it II.
Louts S
To get the family's new Spring In the Lakeland area The string of 55 fish was caught by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oil: : ;6O4III.dTODAY'S 7:30: at Westside Park. The

oulfili . to get going on the Dixie baseball play. Hosteller of Ft. Meade and they got them off John's dockl! ass Pr.nol St CIsslissil.GAMES K. Lakeland team will play Tropicana -

home Improvement project that's Smith and Cans hurled for He adds: "Lots of folks caught good strings also. N.1.0..Anil York ..*at Pltubur Mllwaukn. .H.H. of Bradenton It
'O..toS $1 ft. Lou,
S 11 RACES the winners while Brooks, Palmer N. L.A. NAT'L GUA' CPONSORWrestling
ChIussi st PbUodelpbla,
been for / K. ,
waiting good / and Dunn for the
EACH NIGHT pitched I j
weather . to put alt A losersBascballSoftbaH. Breaks Record AMERICAN LtAQUIw.. i. pc'r. s...'
8t10 P.M. Visquera Clexland .. .
your monthly paymentsinto R I BalUmora ., ..: ::.: IMlnneeoto :,.. 'I I IIII
........ S .fU6
one easy-to.handle MATINEES BOo'lon ......,.., 4 I :.71 II
A DETSOII .. ..;;.... 4 i ITI
account? When. 2:00 P.M. I LAKE WALES-Kathleen Senior ,when he finished second in the Loot Aat.laa ... ..... 1 4 tit LAKELAND ARMORY -
... I
W..b..D ... .
S 97*
110 <<
S 220-yard dash CII..o ... .... .... i 4 .333 \0
ever you NEED CASH, WEDNESDAYFRIDAY Games forifghf High School pole vaulter . a SAT. NITE 8 PJA.
0 KIT TO ABBREVIATIONS' A-All_ itan.Di 7.I.A' : I IJuJ: !) lo:
:
. for any worthwhile AND Ronnie Visquera came late but burndale; E-Hard*.! HP Halnre Cltr;
,,8-8",10.' tW-Lako Walw; P-Pa>- Wshlosiua 5. MflOoaoI.
reason. . call or stop In to talk (It T SATURDAYA LaItU.NI finished first yesterday after coi K-Kalhlaani Po Plant CltlTCAM '. no.105 3-3 hilIonor. 5-1.:: I
I soya' LISOUC S Clevaland l. Lo. A.Ios
STANDINOfl: t IW-71|
over You'll like fait KI..nlO Club Yo. FUC 4pm Dia noon In the Southwest Florida HO Only tame ft-hedule
our friendly, DAILY flood No 31 PuIlU. -41; 1 PC til 4 A-3Bt S (tie)
n. Plr.1 stint - TOaava OASES
confidential service. Bank. a pm DI.mODd II... 4. SolId.. Conference track meet at the I kJilA'H"JIJMP-l.- 7 10-12 I.o.u. tIC-, -1. H1ID' Roiton at CttlcM. N.
DOUBLEK !CUtest vs. SOIIthSitS. C :.. DIinood A' 3 Debatiii loW, 4'Brman. B; L. Ct..land ii Lo An..'", If.
.- No it Plrj Pwleral 102
1-2 mflIinod No Red Bolcoan'I. I sHoe DoU'O" iS Mln5oaolOntly ..
HOW MUCH CAN YOU USE? t yiJer. 1 1* urn Diamond JIDa. stadium. 'born. | : Water Cs.dn LW; 4 PC'tailor.2. wit-A: 'am" IO tclWtd."LOIID .
Paoplaa : : :'J.aP
BioS
'
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NOtPIIm5ntFO' ; cleared the bar at InrheiD1SCTJB STATE I
Cash COMMERCIAL AST LAKILANO: tOYS LIAQUI I III Visquera _. w_ I. PCYo5.
t Prl. PO f Mora HC;
QUINEILAS roodtown .. .
n. ,
t-I .t.VIcIt. TV 7 m" 3. RobartMm. LW 4. CoiHer PCI 6 P'S. Lauderdal* ,4 01Dart coo
asCot ; 12 feet 6' -lnches for record ; :
24 Mo. II Mo. 12 Ma .POUI'L i % a Pmm.h PC: IOaIsnca--LJa-Oost, %.- ina BeaeH :: J ILAHILANO .0o

5100- TT \-. -- ii0i: N EACH J JE Psoars Tnt.DIKI',.,YOUTH I p.m.i Losses 0-inst" n his third in as many meets and lorhe.BROAD., JhtP..I, Dint. PC t Dims .. :. .:;..;; I I :l: :
.
CREDIT i yiik.T j" PuUh. PC3. 8L Pt.r.bure .. .. * no
Tnrnquut
200 RACE iomALL LIAOUC the only record during yesterday's IW MrKnliht.LW.HC bloSsoMs-4 aaol4 . .. .. I I
511.86 UU9 20.14 Publli n.' bmltb-Dou.lsa I jonn Coo OOOCB. Miami li.= S
,Mo 1; AAC 01, Fr.nch, Joint\ Coo Ha meet. ie-fet. 104lnchHPOL OrIdo : .
000
800 17.79 21.88 80.21g L Ladies AdmittedFree ai DaTlaon os Danleli Wxuid.' The pole vault mark shared VAULTVlwueta.. Kl I. TaiUsSOAY'I' steeLTaMust 4 i
SLbwriTCH Oolt PCt a Turnoulit. LWi 4 nw
CHUHCM
5 "
LOANS INC I : *. W P.ura aP'S. Eddie
23.48 \ 28.96 40.06 ar
g aoutbeMUrn no Laii. 'i""lIIIr" .' .. the spotlight with Lake Wales, D 1rccMIr. A lIlosbb-1140.t- - Lssdrdsje 10. SorsoOla 1.rt.ss .
,
Thursday I pm DlnMand No a .
3U9 42.66 69.815 a 'risipi 7.IaAaIcd .
I I O YARD mote RURDLD-t. La'- ,
tint n. Pint Auenblr. 110 Oil capturing its second straight
I.blind No J:. EaiUldt Wtut ns m.PIntS .II. HQ 3. M.al LW 3. 1'/1' <11010. 10. 4 T'w: : 6LAKILANO GRAHAMSigned
C SWC team title with 71 points e.rl'.n. A5 I
Hlen TtmeTU 1
LOANS U" TO 600 CENTRAL AIR lelhixllit 7 30 P m.. Dlilvland Nn 1. B. AT ORLANDO
L CONDITIONINGVALIT I KATMlklN A,.III A DIXIC MINORS and Haines City's Chuck Lovell I WaIIl'r.100-YARO PCi 3.DASH-I.William. WaUon LW; 4. It 9 MB; S.. Tampa at DajMna Barn '

2407. S FLORIDA AVENUE PARKING :rr.Et Yoodntwn rsna., .:tlMu a" A r':.n; taking first places in the 180- PC MILS:;j Brooka BUN I H Boberu Tlm' -JO Hi 4 S. Clark. "Mimi&Lid.ds St "'_ii 1&.-'rtlHlrl.. I'

U Bradenton RoadB 1 ..ATHLlfN Lakeland rVlir.l ARIA I.DIXIE. MAJORS( yard low hurdles the 120-yard LWi Zaurak 3.,Ant H ,Tlm, IWi.-4 4.II We.U.1. >'-, B. I I To Wrestle
Sm.' CiU ***NA.it'tl: high hurdles, and the high jump. 180-TARn RELAY-I. PC (15505. I .. *
Lakeland Phone MLJ6-6166 Between 41401 I I'.at.F LOU WS.ion"I DA teUTHIRN COU.IO.I Due to a mix up on the part Will.S. H:ri DonI tic, ,TIr-.l344 Llid..v) I. LW' :a. 6. StEPHANDANDRUFF I Bob HI ORTON pwrviir

: I r"!nfr '':ld.1'IiO ". it-bin. Counts. of Kathleen In the starting time Pt.?.0-;.?Y. ARD P, S DAIIHRoitorta.K.U. HC 4, 1Ietl 1. .
0 -- S. Brrd, LW: !: :
Tim 81 1
-- -- for finals Visquera as-foot. 8- I
S 110-YARO LOW HVRDU8-1. Lo*.
inch junior, almost didn't arriveon eH HC; 1, Heal LW NiuhoIt K: I JAPS
Comb A: J. iS PC Tlma JO i!
time. When he showed up MOYARD RON- : Minfl, HC. i REMOVERHAIR
Bo' .ra. i, Carur K, 4 W.UMrBrow IN PUKf
Plant Ken Goff was
only City's 'a'I' ,
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makes ln5ntt, S. .. LW: 'riotsaOaPiubql. KEOMUKA
your left in the pole vsult event and IEDt.ry-l. (855,. LOTION. AN*
the height was 11.feet. 11%- Moon 8-awninu ;IIi. A' 8 UlltO
favorite drink Inches. On his third and final Lw:401I.tC.110.5: RlLAy-i-LW: 'rt: .80.554..... COMb.PoorlI. MATSUDA

attempt Visquera cleared that 8'Tlma--.33f4 and.i 5. Sec._ :a. 1'(;. 4._ A. I I CLASH IN REMATCH

even better. . height and 'Went on the 12-8% AGAINST

mark.Haines City finished secondin DRAW TITE DANDRUfF REMOVtR .. Don CURTISAND IJ

the team standings with 61 --
*
an points followed by Plant City CHROMETrailer CowboyA

%I' with 51.Lovell. Hitches Bob ELLIS
just missed an unprecedented TtRMS Of REMATCH

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, April 24. ItM IJ
Whole Marx Tribe Busy r r OH. BISTERMV .iS ) SORRYI I; CAN'T EVEN

I WONDER HOW THEY COAT WON'T SES WHERE YOU
1 MADE OUT WITH READY ? PAY DID THEMENDINO rn

Groucho Glad They AreBy 1 MY TORN COAT /// YES-- WHY


BOB THOMAS of his grandchildren. "But that NOT
AP Movie-Television Writer : wasn't nepotism," he declared. INVISIBLE. ?

HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Nep- "Nepotism Is when your rela MENDING

otism I'm crazy about it," said tlves have no talent" y r

Groucho Marx with Mi usual Daughter Eyes Acting Career
studied Irreverence "Too bad What of various other

I'm getting too old for it" I MarxesT Daughter Melinda is

Irreverence aside, the acidic nearing 18 and making soundsof
wanting to be an actress. "I '
comedian teems to be doing all =Macn
"
never suggested it to her, said
right by his family these days
Groucho, "and that's the surest
Tonight his lovely wife Eden
make her want to do it." .
to
Joins him on the Bob Hope Show way Son Arthur Is co-authoring a I -- "cc I -TO REPORT I COUIPNT WB IT MAY BE A SERIOUS(MATT NURSE RMMf 9'S 'X SM -OUIO
In Time for Elizabeth," a play ( WHAT YOU /TELEPHONE? CAN'T TRUST PHONES. YOU NOT M HER ROOM J BE BACK,
written by Groucho and Norman new television series, and WHERE ARE WE PATROL, FOUND IN Krasna. I brothers Gummo and Zeppoare OOJNS, MR,RAYS! DIANA" THE REEF J TO M IAT8 AT MOTOR POOt- '
involved In orange grow 1 THE HOSPITAL.f ASKPNCRCA0.S'THERE
Recently he appeared on the .
Steve Allen Show to Introduce ing. And Harpo?
I "He told me seven years ago "=
a new folk music act composed I 1r
i he was retiring and he works Friday. + JcI

harder than I do," said ri
GENERAL
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN Groucho. "Right now he's tour- I i
A day to make
Ing the Northwest making appearances t
<:10-SHOW T:30 Jewish get together
for United
TraifKl'i The Nilht Welfare. I didn't even know he associates and : tI'I
T. Ge Out T. A MYi.ITONIGHT l exactly what
was Jewish. and how you A /44
1A4
I Series ConsideredWith i relationship r ,
I
his family so actively tween you and
5"_ employed, you'd think that thing can be -
leisurely in proportion to B.C.THe by johnny hart
Groucho might enjoy a
3 BIG HITS 3T .
that Is
paid to
life. Such U not the case. He
7:51 ONLY! continues his frequent television ARIES ( 'OAL10.C QP 1tU AND THIfiNe WITH ME! --i11e. WORLD WILL/ ?YbU t ING.
II..11 MIVNOLM IN'MARY last week he did 19). Be patient 'I6uR T\JPlD JStnVlTieSI AWAY P
appearances- BE MINUS ONE REPULSIVE
TONGUE !
CeUr
MARY" two of Carl Reiner's;"Celebrity what associates ; FtcftTHiMC.IS.I; DtiNblJ 1

Game" shows in one night the competition "
and he wouldn't be adverse to self-expression,

AT taking on another series like his gether more
10:00 (long-running "You Bet Your own ideas at the

ONLY! Life." He Is considering two or TAURUS ( f
three do 20). A little time
opportunities to so. Iii
'.MA 11 abode or office re1'

I' others pays off come well In. J

ORDERBBJDE .. done more .
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COLOR I 21). Delve into

II I most enjoy I I IT'LL HAVE T' STOP? FLORRIE-YER:

I special talents ( SPCNWN ALTOGETHER O MUCH
I sons who can ,
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I I mercialize on 1---3\1- X MONEY ON DEBTS !

to recreation In @)
heart

, I I MOON (

to July 21).
FulwDSt I more

I family serious
1 hinbillg vital. You ( =
must
osovi PARN
+ t+ dUt ett'I'L I
SHOPPINGe1NTR basic affairs so =
t Is Increased.

e tive in action. ,
1
IId BUDDY LEO (July 22 ,. L/
Reading your W"Yid II+wNr'WoAW ::9'I'F S d:
II HI sfBSfN E worthwhile "- --- '
ST JED to find just Atota of 27 porpoises have
AS CLAMPITT Fright been born at Marineland of
t: need
for home
ON TV'. WORRY CLINICFoundation Florida since December 23, 1939 '
( IVflLY HILLBILLIES Deftly get data : 'I
d partners. Then Costs Bandit jr jr> *r j\ I II I
d of n:1O ONLY ,
OLINN O"D ,N"FASTEST "OMs Or tNe to proceed. LocatesA i>
I $10 In Cash OXFORD
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GUN AllYl"L 110 piOrun11" VIRGO (
s tember 22). You I (
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NOW SHOWING 'rflM'a LUMBER !
J practical now Suitable MateBy DETROIT (APA woman's

I accumulate fright cost a would-\le bandit 1
SHOP
to spare, as is $10 Thursday.
I Confer with George W Crane. Ph.D, M.D. _
You only pooh-pooh Ideas Ordering a pound of baloneyand I'II! W. RoIt"U4 Wend
Wld.w
offering a $10 bill, the man
are new to you. M.k. M.w Weed "
live
-TONIGHT-!1.1. once... CASE S-44TI Betty M., aged their daddy was killed so they tricked grocery store operator W I.d.w0 "
"
I- . COLOR HIT_ST so see The 12,. lost her daddy In Korea. can't even remember him. Madeline Alula Into opening the Glass 5okoin Gins I"
U.N. cash register. Then he polnte: '"
Wood Windows
T:,. ONLY Betty doesn't even remember "So this Is the first Christ
.UV MITCHELL IN Pink Panther him. But she has a won- mas season they have ever a gun WE HAVE A

"THl WILD WESTERNERS" twice! From derful mother who registereda known where they will have Mrs Alula, 57, screamed bill,ud 1\ COMPUTE SHOP ,
. ran out holding his $10
year ago both a daddy and mother together
LIO AT M ONLYVOt T. Handle Molt Job
VNNIM. IN" with our SMF in their home. The man tied, too, leavingthe

"KINGS Of THE SUN" wO (AP-The UNITED New (SclentlficMarrlage "And they are so elated and baloney, II! Try U. lot Sathfecflos '
excited that they are floatingon ,' With A Smile I5JO
AND' AT II:II ONLY Fair Is expected Foundation),
crowds than clouds In fact, I actually I The new-born porpoise calf, 1 It w..t M.in 1
Gary Audrey Nations, already The IBM machine think they are more excitedat delivered normally, 'Is born tail- I', I
I Phone MU 2-2191
found
a
having TWO parents than first, Marlneland of Florida reports t I
tourist
rant Hepburr prime congenial man week" I _
at Santa's coming next '- IY r O
Two exhibits with the same 1 Thousands of former half-
licize the . religion, hob ----
orphaned are re-
fkCharade tickets will\ be bles, I Ideals, I youngsters
rIJ guided tours etc gaining the SMF happiness, thanks to FRI. & SAT. ONLY

1 quarters. So they were _
DR CRANE AND TIIOUSANDS of new
The tour given each
babies are being born to the
II II ening its working other's names and urged to cultured, top-notch type of
to handle up to correspond for awhile till they couples who are marrying for
1 1Ma day on its got acquainted by mail
J the first time via the Scientific SIRLOIN
I tours. In three months they met Inperson Marriage Foundation

<< Hourly being Introduced at American newspapers deserve
TONIGHT church on Sunday by the local STEAKWith
for
Nrm r,_. A fair visitor the credit, they gave
anrd who Is one of our 2,500
3ACTION HITS3 BLAKE EDWARDS- pastor me the original publicity need- A
for tour at
a a
Counselors. French Files,
DAVID NIYEN 9:30, II, 1 2 Clergymen ed to start the SMF. ti 4Col.
1t ... ,
#1 7 JO ONLY' won't have to Three months later, they Obviously, not all the memo Slow fr h.
PETER SELLERS were married and Betty lor bers of the SMF get Introduced
would if
MASON PALMER ROBERT WAGNER cold.ably Adults the first time In her life hid to congenial partners, SPECIAL 85
AND'
both a daddy and mother in of
CAPUCINE. 50 cents, 1 for there Is an excess men
'UIIIII' 10 the home. up to the age of 35, but then

AT THE A FEW weeks later, Betty women begin to outnumber
'TORPEDO THE PINK was bubbling over with such men by as much as 3 to 1. Gr ove Perk

,, t I II I PANTHERiI Ta.r PILMLAND I I joy at the breakfast tal.le But the SMF Is a non-profit, w. T GRANTS
'
BAYIf NA :: "\;ht-" that her mother even asked Interfaith foundation that is

r I CLAUDIA CARDINALE Comn OHOVC her why she was so happy. valiantly trying- to help produce I'
Todlf and IAKILANQ Tnmrr' "Oh, Mother," Betty replied happy marriages All of

Tndtr and "I just have to pinch us Board Members donate our
TWlNICOlDR'TtCHNIRAMA' liner ooe'A1ll.. myself every morning just to time and reputations to keepit
ONLYSTEWARTjGRANGER _*UNITED ARTISTS POL" ,, make sure it Isn't all a beautiful m
SHOWN 9:SO Todo. u4 'Door going. | ( .
Shows At . 'bar. dream from which I'll i II
I | 1:00'3:05-5:10 TodtJ T.r> WnnonIILVIH wake upl"! I rr }

Today and Tn, I Betty referred to her elation Scout b
yjDO 7115 9:10 'rn.Charada...." '.Ktnn in having a NORMAL Troop I

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p FREE KIDDIE OTHIM. home with TWO devoted parentit Wins AwardBoy ?
JBUftrTDAl C ::
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I .tJld SHOW SATURDAY BURMDALI Before last Christmas holiday 9
Ountiahwr. Fun Scout Troop 770 of Rochelle -
MORNING H rcHlv' the SMF received a let
AVON .' fARIC" :.: school principalin Elementary School won a for cooking ?
ma1O'SK t Hauri der ter from a first.place award In the scout- No time

Hr:; andO /Xak ord a large Illinois city craft division at the 1964 Scout-
"f.y He had lost his wife from ENJOY A
SOON! if in. : 0-Rama In Tampa, with its
little
Tha ulrl Man ; : him two
leaving
Hit #J Sh.w" 1IJO OilyTIcwNICOLOi LAx WALm cancer signal tower exhibit BUCKETO'
2nd and 4th
Vampli and girls, now in the Roberts and
Kermit R.
PLANT CITY- l
"I'twoaa HoivoM t Hall" "CLEOPATRA" OiMinthiar_ and I gr sSMF Thomas Peters are scoutmastersof CHICKEN
., .0".1' WADND" Doe : The introduced him to .,.... .
M PLAI" CTTT -"\ :: t the troop.PRUNING. It OC."luch" j'" Cheha. .
.
"Haiarl a congenial young widow Nrrn I. t hU"', Y "r1.
Wan'. had lost his 1 '-
Sa RlrtO-Florida whose husband
id s. o( tn : $3.70
iV KINO-anon" i I. I life in an auto wreck, leaving ?
lo..t.n> NWIli now
her with two daughters
,1j- NOW With rolls and gravy $3.95
wmUS'NOLAaf.rin.DUrOLAaf.ri.! : ; in the 3rd and 5th grades

MNiONM SHOWING ant. Mtn.wINTI1a1 WHEN THESE two young SAVE TIME AND MONEY pa' JR. BUCKET
D HAVKN-
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love,
In
met and fell
OrtNu Order. Brldt HAVIW" -'s l I parents their daughters seemed delighted WITH A SMOOTH tin( a ..box)

uRN1O6 Vouni Ount of new CUTTING .
gaining
be
Mo t *;MM Kentucky frit* ChlchaflSlrvn
r sisters. k16I S I. huncry _al,..

I "But, Dr Crane," the principal lIVRIGHT
An Invitation To The Public wrote, "what Impressesme : $2.35With

is the extra I
moat acutely
from delight of my wife's two little I HEAVY.DUTY rtllt end gravy $2.50

girls. r Opn 7 Days Mon. thru Thur. 11 e.m. l 1 8 p.m.
when
toddlers
Jim Powersto "They were I l I 69 Frl., Sat., Sun. 11 urn to 9 p.m.

the opening of the POWER Colonel' Sanders' RecipeKstcky ;
SURETY

Golden Steer TERMITE IONDED It SAW BLADE, filedCkieken

Combines speed and
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ADDED ATTRACTION, BURKE TOX-EOl DAY'S LAWN MOWER

"THI BEATLES TO'TOWN- I SERVICE SALES A PARTS I Ph. MU 6.4151t
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LUDWi6 YANBEETHOVEN W t> VWKNX( ) THAT THE'VANV'IN NOTHING EVER DISTURBS

DEAR ABBY ,.. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN YOU, DOES ITT I '
. DIDN'T MEAN fWTXtNS

I Whot'l your probUm? For
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Abby Boa 9365. B v s rly An C 1

Speak t UpAbigail HIM. Calif and Include o0oi

.If-oddr.d stomped )

\ vtlop Abby onr.n oil

Van Buren I mail. 1 I

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DEAR ABBY: My problem Is an eight-year-old neighbor what was going on. I called his employer at once and told

boy who playa with my seven.year-old. He comet to my house him I didn't appreciate people going Into my house while I +DRAGTAIL.1.! YjrfSAJS| SOON AS THE LATELATE -J9RERESCUED6Y YESVES56fusHf !

after school with my ton. We eat supper at six 'o'clock and was gone. He said that's the way everybody did nowadays. I'YOU COME RIGHT OVER rTVLDEAR"J % % %' Ife THIS AFTERNOON UfTLE OPPHAHPIAYED MOVIE r5 OVERJ3 A PLAYED MATUREVAINWN.BYNAVE\- A FLING- DID

the neighbor kid just stands there watching us. When I ask They always searched under mats, In mailboxes and all over ,..' MARRIED MERE,AND G tfrri BV SOA-IIE TUCKER -AND GREAT SQOTT DEAR INTHEMOVIES3

him to eat with us, he never refuses. Sometimes I've asked for keys, and let themselves In. Am I. out of step Abby or .. HER BABY 6ROTHEAPtA'ifD ABY -ITS you gf

him to wait in the other room but he always ends up backin did he have a right to do this? GrofIGE JESSEL41F -- q f

the kitchen watching us. My son Is eager to play again so JUST PLAIN MAD to'I' .1 j i
1
he gives us a hard time and doesn't eat very well I've sent eid / /

the neighbor boy home because of this but In IJ minutes he DEAR MAD: You are very much "In" step And U you +

Is back again. On school nights they let him stay at our house want to get technical, the serviceman Is guilty of breakingand

until I tend him home so I can get my son ready for bed. Can entering. S p19'n'

you help me? I am a nervous wreck. *

JACKIE'S MOTHER DEAR ABBY: My husband insists that when a man and

a lady go upstairs, the woman goea first, and when they go

DEAR MOTHER: It's not the boy's fault. He has no rules downstairs, the man goes first. I lay it's the other way

to follow. Tell his mother that YOU have rules and you need around. Who is right? --

her cooperation. Tell her precisely what hours your son has ETTA KET idLblll --- 'I t 4ASE0 HIL4 AWATAS ARE % t 5710. TRACY, DID YOU EVER

for playtime mealtime and bedtime. Explain that he Isn't permitted \ SURELY As TUOUGHI RUNNING A POLICE 1 NAYS SEC A a-WAV

company at mealtime or afterwards. And If she doesn't DEAR ETTA: When a lady goes up the stairs, the gentleman wdv I HAD USItO A CLUB.I OCPARTVeNT ABOUND I SOME WRIST TELEVISION?

respect your wishes, don't SEND the boy home-TAKE him should follow her so that he can catch her should she + THE HERE OLD OR PEOPLES 15 THIS /TMINGTO tg1JOW

home. trip. And the gentleman precedes' the lady when she descends, 4 HOME?

for the same reason.CONFIDENTIAL. S r

bEAR ABBY: A serviceman came to repair our washing -A- *

machine and laid he had to take It to his shop to fix. Whenhe TO "B" IN SACRAMENTO: Watch outl! 451

brought it back, I was at work. A neighbor saw him trying The person who ducks the blood test Is usually the one who I

to get Into my house so she called me at work and told me needs It -


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Radio & TVService I / MA.STANDLV/NEUSED HE'SCMNGED,,, CNAMPAGNEYOu'DBETTER
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TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV ::1 I"
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Complete Line of Motorola I III Iii ...
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802 W. LEMON LAKELAND 6J2-4445 e/a//N :: 5 : 63s

ACROSS I 4

TOMORROW MORNING 1 Scored 28 Capers 42 Endowed. ... 5 i

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23 Oriental gar. 37 Arrives. consonants
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TOMORROW 3 Frowns on; 18 Sour 38 French JUST FOR A CHANGE TDCAXIM YES,NJD ON ACCOUNT YE)4, I KNCJN '
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<.) C.'.. .'OII.m. rurnlihad by Stall.. Clinic In JuneTALLAHASSEE J

With Great CareMIAMI !I I THATTHOtS ) 5I5LE, TN&N.wILL I SHALL TIY WHAT to VOUX / ]
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YOUR SERVICES (AP) Flor v MEAN AlWWlNiJ
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fS, RrMMON, I IRINGINO IN LET Ma WRRA ACROSS TUB0EPEK THE f
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I REGULARLY IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE ( Cuban trans- CANYON KNOW TO SUIJV( ATE .CANYON .P spy- rVOAAAN TO RET g f
LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 6.1151) a delinquency control institute portatlon offlclal-<:olncidental1y I THAT I WA UNff INNOCENT T HAVC A DECACENr I N t
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June 18-July 11 to teach police 79 NOAMANY NATIVE f
named Car
-urged Cubans yesterday f WARNING. .. TNArYAN E
officers the control of delinquency COLONELIYvLLI 1
not to Imperil the
revolutionary '

: This .year' institute wUl em- their automobiles.economy by wrecking A- 4, Aj1I Ir

W! 1
; t phasize juvenile court philosophy 1
; Fernando Car said tn a statement ,

I I 5.F 9.0I1U and and procedure understanding law enforcement broadcast by Havana radio tI
that 70
I per cent of the autos In
delinquency as aa emotional Cuba are American-made and 1y ,
disturbance.i
4 replacing parts is a problem due 1
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to the U, S. embargo on trade I J
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with the Castro regime. - - --- -
: Just tell how much need '
us
money you TAMPA "Cuba loses
probably more
to pay bills, for home improvements, car THIS IVININ foreign exchange money because ::; eoon i SEE ; FLAKE YEAH!
vacations for all/ seasonal I =: TuE \ LETS ss"vOLUNTEE24 T. 9 TWO-WEK I WOUIONT SJNJ
repairs, your I IS-tuntliln' Almanag" of traffic collisions than it does OFF, cur ouI
S 1D-.....,.. a..noIo TN MEDICN, TEST MA9 MO TNATi sIR ituc.rEz
( expensed Phone for prompt service! S 00.Induatrv On h,..* by counterrevolutionary sabotage our E REPORT'Fau Ilk EC=ECT 1 pAp I
P It Americana At was f
I } 10 AlaMI I Car said ouT ON THEM I IC
LOANS UP TO $600 OoatatiMl
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NOTICa UNDER TS.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IIII44J ft to beginning ol ALLOt: ADVERTISING I EPLOYMN

FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW IN 01 OLK a curva concava to th. W..t.rl1 BORROW PIT NO. I AND lUAU.
Hit Pursuant to tht provisions of COUNTY, FLORIDA CHAN having a radlua of l.tn.I' ROUT& RIOHT STATION 170 I RATES 30 I.ut PorUrt 54 Hill W.nlet M.1
By Florida 8talutoa, Mactlon IIS.II*. CIIY.FEDKRAL. thence Northerly .10 curve of:
notka la r-trrby tlvin that the NATIONAL MORT. 500.00 feel thru.I a central angle Th pr H of NW4 of lection Pt TtP* CLARA S BEAOTY .l.eoaipl.beaut ..TERMITE altO Peat aoatTol tal**.

und."I"n. dralrlna to .n"... In UAOK AISOCIATON. a cor of 4.5000" tc of mid curv.thenc .. ill. Townahlp Mouth. Rags II \ IS ? atrvte. .. "ln.. mtn Biwneni helpful. Brat*.
., Iho mom. an North 4l< (0. We.t 171.14 t Mlnnu. Wol fulorlnt. TortuloiL 121 rltw AuburadalBlihwar .
Sikes buan. p.rlol 'mo.nt. 0.1 .
lolt
Rep. I\N.OLO POOL.rk.tltou. In.rI."t. A.t Con". and eilatlngPurauant feet In beginning- a curve concave Lying within th Mowing melon Minimum Chari-$1.OS In l.tl...C. Oal., MO .

at 111 to tha .d.rl Na the Mutarly having : and bound dei .trlnllon: Wars Dan Din Oat Dan ..70. WORK llerUni pap
( Rood. b LI.I.nd..t.d Klorlcln lineal Mortgage Aaaorlatlon i radius of n.lf>l.II trot, thoncNortherly Comnienc* nn the oZ I S TIM*. REPAIRS ON all .... l.*n.o.- IN.URII 0 seek. Wt CoIn 1.

WASHINGTON (AP) TTi Iho Inland t. .tr .I. .am. .'tl Charter Art feet t .Ionl Mid central curve anglo nilixi'1 .r of "aUnn II. Town.tll N"rl IlndA, *1'.10 IS 11 I M 40 SI 3 10 40 S3 S 0 15 SIMI "..an* smelt aaalaea ?.eiotaiei ...I.t.o.nlnl In Lakeland IO
| ( hro".1 'a ..* AoElMtrM ..
Supreme Court ban officia n.r l'our PI.lnut ' Rang 2 Raal 0 Ic-l li as lia 40o IsO ta rosalie0511. .rl. It..o .
on .
.
lolk and of aaid "urv .
,. rlnrldaKl Y. Ka.t Nhrlhw..t'oror if.aid a. s.10 sOil i .1 IDS Nerth Piatid . I sod 40 Me .rn. ..
achool prayers was seen today'' 'N nun. pon. RAYMOND A. NFIENFFIDT. and Mtallon ZlrTI 55. th.n.. Mecth.n II: run thenc On'..thO'.U" CLAsSIFIED BP CE Phone M ISMIJ7 .tsS bane b .0"I.t trtlnln
and wIM. JUANITA U North u-0740' Kaat 473.55 IHiatlin lun .
ill (" NKI'INFFIDT f f.t far Contac
.tnlt Went 1THOUS feet thencHouth 9S olumi "
by House member : per 0.0.1
a as part of Florida I. : and FWW W. 201 +10: continue ihenc t 1. .. LtielinHlll .
"a deadly attempt to make ou 1.1.I.nd.. POP. M% InUroalIXwnld TOMLIVMON and Ronln&UTOMLINSON S North "'OT.40" Bad t47.61 feat to ,'ao'I" Mat. 100 f. rhnc.Moulh | 'I a. CLASB1PUD DISPLAY RATS Ma"1 Renevatlng I 10...>ll, .tl no .m.
point .. : nnU.u. 12 30 oluma lath
,mo 40% hla tho North bnundarir of aald lOon pr
In..1 fee'
America officially a godless na U.. I nofendantn.NOTICt lon" at a pint KM IT feat VV lIon'* .10'0"00 l.t>, haat Toil Contract Seine Unit Reoutal MATTREaS RBHOVATINaai I. LARGE
tion. I OF SUIT the . corner of IhNW a.mni.e Act M.'
them North U'S.'O'.1
IN ThE CIRCUIT COUNT OTHt TATR OF KLOKIDA TO: <4 of aald actlon II 70.: levI. youth S0'.ttWeat O WANT AD DEADLINE 1110. Ph.M MO -**&. C NATIONAL CONCERN
Rep. Robert L. F. Sikes TENTH Cm Raymond A. Neuanfeldt and "".. Containing 1..rr morn or cue .tl.n. SalPabllnaSen
700 lha uf beIlnin. WOOS
Fla. 1).1 COST, IN JUDtCIAL POLK JuanltA L. Nauonfoldt Addrnu.TOI'ARSc' ALSO; Ih feet if the point Ii looking for neat, aitrettl
that view In .
expressed COUNTY 101 CHAN. Went H of the 1W4 of SeuloII o Day Dondtin.MOndne 49 Wells Pumps : mon lor mil and .. lo'k.
timony prepared for the Hou Ctnv. ,LOIIDA. IERKRY NOTIFIFDI To.n.hl, 15 loutl. Rang U Containing 1.1 acre mora or leaa 1.1 A Baturdairueidat MusS be evtr II. c.r BWMoriOpportunltr .
A LHOThat
Judiciary Committee and WARQL1 H. and ISIM.EN Shot a suit . Mat. 'lying within 12 W..tol) : .. M MondtiWednttdai LET MOrlTOOMEHY la I13S wertir. raptrtonal '
urgei AT.Rf part nf Ih. above di> rlhedproperty : w. .r Inttrvitw appir
V. A .. ) .ure been filed agalnat ynu and III feet .., of tha aurve) 30 P. ,our will and iniiall 1 10
I lying within 40 feet Northerly T.d. Friday
enactment of a constitutions 'In tha above .nltP cauae. am' Ins of Stat* Rod 171 S.clon of the fallowing I deorlbedhaul 1u'ln ... Up I* 31 araallia .paf .out'. 11.0.,1.. . or I.tr
amendment to reverse thcourt's .lnurr.1 that you ... h..I' .qul'e terva 51355. lineBegin : 30 P.M. Wednwda Phone MU S-S101 I 110
LF UK C. MoCRAW :> a ropy yonr or"Ih.r Containing It.II acrea more nr .ut.at th.u".1 ., mmer nrabov Prlda. 430 P. M ThundaiSaturday Ii i
decision ) written d.f.n... upon J. OV.NKH: r. M. Iwt. .t and 1100 Prlda*
deacrlbed Borrow Pit No
; Hon
Sikes said religion should no NOTICE OF SUIT 'H.rdl. I.t..n. Jr.. .Ilieintiff'nattorney Katherln E Overt.t. h. wifeHUBJIXT run thence North in'SO'Ol" W. Sundar. 4 30 P M PrldaiOISPLAV EMPLOYMENT
TATF OP TO: "h. .dd. I. .n I II : Arr.n..nt wit feet end METALLURGICALMINING
to aald haul
be confined only to the church Pf before She lInt of PARCEL 4 1011 105.5ORAI4A1'IB 1.:11 0
"> 3rd I on or day 110 .
and the home. v.nu of wavContaining Mondu0Wodn.uda555 52 Help Wonted
Now Tork I. .w York Men 11504. and before nr Smm.dl.t.ly : KAMFMKNTDRAINAOhi 0 01 acre, mora or loot 120 Ho. ENGINEER

"Ot 1ntR' Normrr thereafter lo nia with UKIIIT P. M. Mondti
Important ARP r.I.r.NT AI.80: RgHPONBIBLE
Rellln -. furoikv. of tha almva styled FRIENDLY peraantor
,
1.1. 'CI.r nf "TA1IOV '1 .1. HOItnow PIT NO i AND TUrt. 'urd. hark In Dairy OueeExiwrtenoa Permaaint Million for ..du.t
".r. haa brn fllrd agalnut you tl. orlln.' aald anr That S 00 P. M TMeidlT pl..nl nimetr work so .
"I believe that religion existeverywhere .. .r ROl'TF RKI1IT STATION 114400 not .". Call MO t
In tb. uboy. .nlltl.d .unc; and wlt.n defennea. If any In. W of Mecllon I. Town Friday. S 00 P. M WednaidafSiturdar .. ltor Plorldit eons
and that it should that you r.qulr.d to Thin . to foreclnaomortgage a That .r of i-. .11 C.nt.e mining
.r nhi1u N Mouth. Hang M Kan Th \ of 0 blOom Thandi? pit .ld D.a
of
W 1
.a i\a a copy of roiir anaurr. 01nlhrr unnn the following d* ylng within IS feet r.I u; tl. fW" fo. I la I .
. .
be reoanize eerher. hsaid wrlllon drfpnwa upon JHardln vrlhrd property. t..I. I a Drainage Eawment tenter Linn lon 90. Township 2 Sundu I 0 P M Thundtj preterrtd. Hot,er. oil) conildea
particularly .' r.t..on. Jr. laioiiff'oaltornoy. U>t 4 and the N"rl feet nf Hit 471. Mectlon ealdt'etl.r .: .1. < lIsa Led..? VIII eon re.tpontlblo AM City EmploymenPEMALI recent ..4u.t Good ...
cnlider : 1130. llhln lor U ,
Lying tha
>
... addi.. I. 2I lot. t. MITCHML8 AfO. Line being afolio. : following metcx mart .54Ilbeooemh .unit* for .d..nc.m.n.eictllenmploi .
Important I these days' Kaiil Llmo Htr..t. IjikHond TION lo Winter Haven. I .., and bnunda dco'rlllInt'Omo.ncn I In."I.THE b. . "d run.m .
when teaching the home I II' rla. on or b.ro lh. Slat day' oMar da, according to tha Plat commence" on the Northerly mi lha M.nth bounnan LAKELAND LEDGER : > to the Induttrlil Rtlauon
1104 and bafora or Immwllalrlv thereof recorded In Plat Book : dary of teuton S. bun'l, nf Meiilon 10. luwnnhlp It 1.11. Cocktail waltreaa RralaUred laterh D.I.nl. American Oanimtd
so often that religious thrrraftor Ills wIth It 44. public of Ranga 23 rant. at a pulnl Billion attendant. 0.uual : Onid-
neglete. r.'d.
South. Rang II Kaai. at a pain TLPHONE lrw..r P.n.
In Iho llrrk of tha abova. aLvlfdLour l-olk county. I"Iorida. l feet Materlv of life North: Kaat. of lbs toulh..t'orn... or or II.I n. UDhol'terer gecrelar Inn odune.lion
eucatin b .. If fall to do ao. decree O.O .Id ".,.tk'n MU 6-1151 Cook HoitMi. BooHMMr C.r. tiplrlonco cud turllni ill.
Iho original of saId annr you pro ,. .. of Heotlnn *. rln N"rl .
a ron .
puolic i c 0 II and public maid written tlefrniiea. If any ,rnnreMO will be entered agMna lb.,.,. .Houth O'ni.10 S4" Went fss OIl I-IM.3S Wool "lOll I feet hop In.ur. clerk FIX*.m DlUpbone I a. son duirod AU ,ole hold laontldtnct

places" It-lii null iwrki lo rorrrloaamorliaao I yOu for tho r.le demanded I In feel to begin Dr.ln... Maeinen, Nort1'U': .:.t loll heel a lieu Proof. operaior mir. .
I ISikes' the run thrIlls C.la.C.dn
the following doHrllml ..ml.I.lnt.WITNb" h."ln"ln.
upon enter i Lisa; run them N.ort .
testimony continued the propurty. ta.wit: my hand and offlcla' I'MJI Mat IINI10 feet to end Mouth : I Dflfl .t. < ANNOUNCEMENTS All EQUAL OPPRTII'

by House members tn'' Lot 14. H1X AND F.\TTFRKUNH "rr. at Bartow. Polkt'ounty nf Dratniga Kaaement (enter Line. them'* Nortl l 9'2'1&" .:.t Toil MAL ..
Proof operator Meilertd IMPLYU"
barrage Ih. W..tIno
[ thla 55th day or r..t.
RAILROAD ADDITIONfi Norb JO'30'5" 8h. ".1.1
I.F
$ of .
rlghta wav .
Found niei. Arounuuit
Cool
of .1.1" feet M 210 .1C .1D
support various proposedamendments : accordIna April Il.D. S i' '. 11 .. more or leai. 'h.nr. .utl Lit ant .
LI.I."d. FI.la recorded It Jrl W.t 410' .. ,, Norlh in' Station attendant. Mchanlc .TIR' 0". 0.1 In Pull Cu.
1.AN. .
to permit prayers, In' Plat Book II.r"r para SI. pub. ,l"eal) C.r of lha CI.ult Court OWNICR: RAY CLFMrNTSSIBJWT Weal lira fret thenc II0IIh01'311'Oh" ? PROM 10204 North Stlln.P.rian .' Inaanesaalnln, Sold. . h.Ii .
TO: Aaelgnment .rmlr."a .,.. |hoIns" .
I 01
It Jiut 5
and Bible reading the schools Sir record CountFlorida /. \-41. __ .__... ta .of Went 1iit fart. theme whit*. oraaii and irtr eicMt
Plk Ho li o mm iMul 35
"mm..I. l.nk omh 201055 Mat: feet to colortd tat wltn crippled hind
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THI Ity. 10 Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. one rotperted oilman u
a
Nearly two dozen have test!- If fall to do .". decrea pnonfamo I the point nf lenlnnlng. leu txpectlni or rectntlr hodhlltne m."I'
you TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I IN HII neit
app.irlnt -
A"CIL S SRD 104.I.R Containing SOl anton. inor* or leaiThat Ola 3164 for MriVotlet *
entered oial'tyou
tied since the hearings began AND FOR POLK COUNTV C.I
1"1 b FAShMhNTDRAINAHH : : AltJ: reward for flndtr stIll a denri to b labutintu
In
Wednesday and only one Rep.' ihe (for'o.I.t.WITSltl demanded FLORIDA LAW. ".NO.."107.2.4.JudO. STATiON HJ+fc.A8rMh.NT 7177 L''T part of lbs above described LOUT IN Plan Cltfhai ..i.lo-n. S3 Help WcnUd, FemaleWAsFRI0t nero tar thi him rtvirdt ml-a t.., hard rtola

John W. Davis D-Ga expressed hand and ofricla pronertlilng wllhln 40 f..l .. t.o .1 ..
my POLK COUNTY. a political Thai part of: '..rl f lbs D.ol.lund. ,. work product The *a
.
Supreme ..1 "m" at B.r.w. Polk > of the of I loll <: folo.I" d..rlb. hl.ck ad tn. .0U. no lou 105 .1 tO want hat beds oolllnibackiround
approval of the -"ountr. Florida, thla l day or r"hh'I.ln, tt.t. The Wet vt of tl. MWH of the .d rut. ." .. moods vet 0' Oentrout revird Ross WAITD. SoalnnueC or.0"conildtrabli publlo -
3.
of Sm-tlon lowiiahlu 2' lbs South boundary
and Bible Common on fi l.mo.I.1 .
SW\ return Ann Rethtr- tonlacl eiperlenct It this rtqulrominl
Cur's prayer : April P.UUon. Kanga IS Mat of Heitlon 10. Tnwnnhln K Mouth '102.104.
.
.U.n If. $r.Co.l .. Mo"tl. 0.1. till 'ou. call Mr Rut
reading ( ') fr.AN.Court rl within 20 feet each all Rang 1 Bunt. at a point ISO feel nil. .. for an ippointntint.
Ciruit C. M et al. ..
.
O\ESTREFT a Drainage Kaaement ( cncr rat the Houth went orner of
Committee members who C-SOS._ ",'.. ) Una on MR 471, Hectlon 1'3'10| aald Hectlnn DO. run thence BorISP00.55" Pirsonol Holiest SECREARY WANTED: SHARP eountor man

have raised numerous questionsabout STATS DE'ARTMINT OF EMINENT THIMAINPKOC1' eald Center Un being deacrlbudaa Heat 1H1HP4 feet to a Good *pportunlt tor advanoomint .
:EIHNOS .. McDonildi Hamurttri .
SELL COOl and Apply
follow of thence
SAN 1(1540 *: point beginning nm .110 P.ma.
the consttutiona difficulties Data of Florida NOTICE OF RULE NISI ommenc* on tha Northerly boun Ml K" haat IM feel to / lOodt 0 ...al .o.. typlni roo.ulrod 40 111 Bait Momarlal Bl.d.

problemwere 3fflco of I'omptroller-.Tallahaaaaa' VOTICK ( MINT IlAISPRO'hF dar, of Macllon I. lownehlii t. .nd Nortl. haul route .ur..1 line. ;. tmmiit, culberton H.rdw. hour*. WANTED: APPLICANTS for drln .-

-No. 55JWhereaa. SI : Mouth. Rang II East. at a PoInt 1..:"" eilallng right SUP Con. Shop. PROMOTIONS . apply In perton. Yellow C.1
chide Thursday by Rep.i upon vatlnfactory vllenca IN ANI BT THEAUTHORITY 104 fet &a.t.rl1 of the North Containing 0 01 ."r. more.1. I.. .. Road 1.17 D.lO IUtlNll1. Mimi Compina, til WooS Lime st

Craig R-Calif,, for prevented to and received I Tll corner H.-ton I; run Al.Hilt ... bedtpnidt. .a 1.1 EXPERIENCED LUMBER and
Homer h)' me. I find that the IMP.HAI. STAIR OF FU : Shears South O'U'15" jUO.50 HotlnW PIT NO.4 AND IIAtI curtalnt, i.ttt. cor- ulldlni lupplr laloiman to work
tilting at windmills HANK OF lAkFLAND TO All WHOM IT MAY CON feet lo begin Drainage pane"..lt tT sTATION 1310 .rodi and In.ll.ton. Run ,.t Inndo oil.. tounur. Apply laperton
I l.k.l.nd. Florida. fully raid CFRN and to all per.< na and i'enter Lin: run thence North Thai part of: of .. . t obo. from Imperial Lumbar Com

Not S Simple In Capitol Stork of Klva HundredPhomand parllea h.vlnl or claiming any 20'Ol'1a" W..t too OU foot to ."dnf The NWU and the North to fet NUR5IOO henpn $20 TO $50WEEKLY any. Hlghwiy IT BouUi 1.tl.

dollara. Burplui of One rl.l. ti.. '..I. .. .. mort Drainage laaement Center Lin.. nf the HW14 of Heitlon DO Town ilteo lorlda _ _ _ _ _
Hosmer said all Congress had hundred Thoimnd dollars andndivld'd Sacs .r other lien to or on thoaecertain LF.I enallng rlghla of way hip H::uth. Rang M Kaat, n. .ta .tMnton.. IwLDi AMATEUR prolll
.ab or
2 to '
to do was remove any prohibition nnflta of Twenty Vive ..1. of land hereinafterd.erriStt 'ont.lnlnl 0..4 acre. more or ,lean Lylig within the following rnetaaand L.1.3 ,, M biteS Alec orianli
: ; and tha following .Iona .11
hnuaand dollars, and baa In / nod ; peraona : I'RAINAIJ KArlrMbNTRH1IIT hound deacrlpllont band for and ouu
that may exist to religious r.lth .omplld with all the re, together with all unknown peraon.clalmlnc ITATIIN 12160 0..* nn th. N':rlh. boundary 'UT INSURANCE no I l.d a e. Exchange your spare or dos- advtrtlnini. Solid booking
exercises in public schools and the Lawi of >'l irld. by. through or tinde AIXO: : of Hectlon III. Townahlp !$ Houlh| montht "to I..u'a. SM'M' nil time for excellent earn No irober. For
qllrn.n' .. ". and opera: known peraona1 who ara dead. nr 1 h.Abova ..rtbed property Ivlng Rmigv Paul. at a point 8:0 ft., pie C.I .hrU.1 Sloe .ldllnn.
leave it to local authorities to rn'Ion of General (011".1'' who .r not known to ba dead within U feat each aide if a Kant 1 th. Northwciit ,',,,i"' \l\\ BHIRLEY8 PLOWER and Hobby logs selling AVON Cosme ont. Pr..t. 18'.Un.

deal with problems that tonkins CorponttkinNow or ; : Dralnug Raaement Centei I/In.on .Id. Heitlon 30 run then,'* Hntith, allen. 1340 Bouth Plonda Cora A few good territories asIoTAor ii
any cs .. .
R 1 1001 Stale Rod 'tion 1 f '. plfit lint ol mllllntry .n. hlIl
I Therefore. f RAT A"CIL 'lD 41. Met 11110 aalt O'aii'35" rant 10ad.11 "et. tl.n" .upl.e. o.n nbliueuioouuetlsliid.1Oisd
may arise. ]Rh:RN. Comptroller of the Slate OF I"enter ". Bribed afollowa Houlr .a'U'4' SIlO tia Irises. maurltllCUSTOM available military I i .
Bunklni torn Parrel Hectlon I,U .!jll : point of beginning. run th.ItlobinIh Q .1..r. wail ..r..d.C.I
: to. MADE btd.tpreadi
I"t.'rbla an drapet
it's not slmpe .I at
"But a a II.t. of, lha feet of tha NW Commence on the Northerly boundary S'tilil" Wool feotthenie 1395 : 0 m Lk.lad
nl..lonr. uld.r by vlrt.- :0 r1 illptomt. P, no.lintel. Write P.O. Box .. Theaterrdtr .
that" said Chairman Eirnnuel ithnrlt). routed In ma b). HortlonS9 ,if Met lion I. TownHhlp li HouthRange of Hectlnn I, Toonnhlp IHoulh I Houlh HI'lJ'5:." at {IIirte. .. .n. horn Pa., .'om.I .

D-N.V. "there are many 0. of tha Florida Hanklnarode. IS K. H,mth of tha WtlMa Rang. M rant, at a noln2tiK : .(. lhoo'a North I'lI'bIl" F'.a.I. Mri. Burnt. 'BO.18 or RI.TAORANT MA" fusS nbort
Celler, do hereby aitlhorlia the IMPr:RIAL com hea River. being that part n > feet of lye Nortl.'.100 r..t. theme Houth 1111IHHI ;. .n".. Some manaini -
.
different kinds of prayers and FlANK OF UAKK.I.AND of L of the Bble: In the I'oiinly of and eel Weeterlv and fl feet Faaterl tl.nr. Sooth 0'liNlh" W...t |TI< M l"ont lino r.. theme N"rtl as' L LakelandWA1TKRB8 work IonS houn. Ion
different versions In,1 mil of ha Line of Bee DICK. MARY I I I ILaMond's Uhl rftr.nt
Klale of Florida to ( "1.' Hit 471 r.t begin Drainage KaaemenOnler I) (It Weal lilt feat to tl. norman ..ul.d.
A school board may prescribea
Bible that are objectionable (.nllnln. I 01 acre. more or I.... M.t .00.0 feet to (ntmnliig .."1.. mon or ,.... Steak House, WANTED. Friday .nd
prayer or a 50010r-0 : Tha Cummer Compan'. of ... .n.. Z 54
t nder My Hand And Drainage Center I ALHUl Winter Haven 1.lurd. Ne' .p..tn. 0. 5allme.
to some parenia II' l\n OfTka let day a corporation. LESS exiting waycontaining . that part nf the above deaprlherlproperl I ... .. Cell

: lor A f>, :.1 Thou :JXln. PARCEL f SRO 101.I, 101.S tit acre,to' or I... )' lying within 40 fool 39c High.Balls IU 1.3012. _ SALESMAN WANTED for hem
: RIGHT WAY AU<0: IRAINAJJ hAKKMLNTIFFT Southerly of Ih* following deacrlu Ri'iD' Wantfd, dellttri, SI.10 CemmtiilonPlut
..oRAY fl..ur Parcel 101. Meet) > I411D.!60l. ed haul rout .tlrvcJ' lIonliegin I Dancing 'oelcrp. nouditions tompny. btntfltt. hotplUIlutlon .
o-i 1 ORYJNf'nmptrl. That part of: That .tTATON: HIT at th* NOI.th..t ..orner ", nod .o. b.n."I.woknR 540,0 b nIouod iroup lUt. acoldtnt and
Itat.omll..lon.
I' T .,. Th* "ull H of flection S. Town. Weat V* of Ih* Wool H of HectlnnII lbs .b. rieaorlbed i".m. '1 Ll .h..etr. .I.bl. In.ou h..lt. Apply Bordtai Dairy
y Hanklnta hip !louth. Ranga II Kaet. North Town.hip IS SoulS Rang II No Ihenr '4. I BUILDING TRADES 1.ltl. CnI. M. Elnu Wlrt D"r.
.
'.' sod .f you (U... Highway East, and lbs KM of Iho NFV. Went 'UI feet to nod aald haulrolto tot WI MEED thIns ptopla for talai.
.
.
Ui- of l.ctln II. Townahlp 15 81.lh. lln* culatliigright Mrltun A'. .Auburndaliu Florida work la Pull and ahlandt' County .
.u. LIIR
I InHistory IN THE CIRCUIT COOP T OF ylng within lit feet Weaterly and H.n. 1 raet. nf wayConlalnlng 14 Building, Corpenttrlnf WO 7 .uay.D'IIDABL _ _ who hens had prtvloui tainiptrlenct
| TENTH CIPICUITOF 'I fert . .. of the Uni U each of leaaAl son-unto
THC JUDICIAL : "u".1 will In feet I .7' acre, nr or .. mount
I INS of Hit Net.tion .. Our. I... .. ,.nt renter Line nn I' .nn: 1.or. RPNO. WINDOWS. .Iumlnu. In my homo. the public .u..m.d t both

| IN AND FOP POLK COUNTVChancery vey Lin being deacrtbod fulown lItmus load 471 Section lal.: ..10 HOW T'IT NO I AND HAtI. Orb... ,... .11' Hint houukoopini Call M. nta and woman. Balat allowaommtulone .
N*. 13071.12.407 "'.nl' Line being, .. aif BIllIE RlilHT STATION 1\ 0". M pat J.I'T.WATRElt. louisa. paid taeaI .
RIDthWlKI HAVIMIH BANK J Ja lom.nr on tha fouth boundary 01 . That par) of: Contracting Compim IniuredPhono fti.. I. a. hoinltailiitloB Iniurtn
WAITID .
Hankingt t .Uon lownaMp It Mouthanaa ( on,mence on Ih* Nor".I1 bounary Tha *SW\4 nf Meitlon II. Townahlp MU 1.till A tlmm' ,) ,lund other tonployt btninu Por
Y"rl I
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .an> . II.llf. I Foul. at a point ISO futJ.t of Meotlon J! t lol'h. Range 21 K*.t. man. MU I.9091 P. Kiau Sn. MO I.011 I ,liniirniawl. PitaI sail 1.01.
f By ''V.. ' the Houlhwj.t coiner oh Mouth. Rang II raat. at a th* following mete from I.S.
.Ithln ATTRACTIVE LADY I ll(Uappartl
I Today Is Friday. April 24. the ,BKAOY r. JOM"4 Jn sndJUIJITH } .14 Hectlon It run thenca Z'oq'Ih moon ft raalerly of th. Norlhwut .Llnl deacrlptlnnCnmmenc : 21 RulIng bualnMl with *Heal se BillIng -

There are 2J1 M. JOM.K hi I. .. O'tiKJi Mpit USIlt feet to heglr corner of saltS Hertlon. IInm ; nn th* l"utl "au.1 Direct met .. .. help
115th day of 19. .I al.. Pefendanta ) tight of Way J.b d..I.n.t. ai them'* Couth O'OD SH. Wealimim nf l.rlo. I". TownshIp 2"nltl. ROOF1NO DEPINOAILS .0" lul but not reoulrtd. OpporlunIty .
days left In year. I NOTICt OF SUIT Station I DO+0000: rnln. tl.n.* fat tl Mlallnn 171+".0' l.n BanS at a point tuaflabip b paraiaaia Mo.oinnn for advancement WithIn t PLMBING
THK 8TATK oIl KUlltiriA: Nor I o'n.'u" ,. ." and begin Drainage aaemnl Center of Ih. Moiilhwaal corni of C0055n. MOW dart Write Dtnnli Clemont. '.
Today's highlight In history: 'TO; Any unknown *poue*. heir*. Nor' boundary of aaldHectlnn Lln; run thence floutS II* Mid Mecllon II: run thenc Norl Main Iu. e-JUl Bon 3117. loon 1. P1,040.TYPIsT .
John I grantee*. creditor*. point HOT.10 fee ,A" "" Weat HI SO feel. themeMouth D'llltt rii.l lit 14 feel! th.n. HE
In 1788 l.no. TYPM 21 )i BhorU
On this date I truileea, .* claiming Wept of tha Northeant corner or 17-01' ,1" Went 201 feet: liuth *'-470S" Ijllt SIlO ficl.henc ; .Hld.nl.1 or eom AOE t

Paul Jones captured the British I Iv through, under or agalnat 'h. NW' n said ..lnn S Ihenc South 750o'U" ,'.4 U70 North O'U'U" Mat 611 feet 'O.rest Hoofing. and... .replaced lad. or ...Ivl.n'. C.I 052-5043 AND

Drake off Belfast \UI.IIAM A. MURPHY and Containing 41 a or leaaAIHO feel lo end of said Drainage Kan. then. .North U'51'05" haal" tM So > We l Olive. MO :: .Mft.1ronUn. .pplnl..I.CONIUL'AN"
sloop-ofwar II.WIU'PI: MI'RPHY. that part tha hove d.. mont Center Un. fact to a point' nf hfginning: run T tell LU.lo AIR CONDITIONING
Scotland 1 kI.IIJ p:. Ml'RPHY. airibvd property 1)lnl within thaollnwlng L..t etlallng rl"ht of way 'henc* Nortl.U'. Wont 4ill TYPES ripilred or Co.m.tc.. trin and funl.1
( metea bound da.crlpllnn 0 42S more or Icon foot: tl.n. N"rb 1'I0'11i" RI ..nt replaced R.r luarmUMd S Wlt Lutltr. BoO 80.
* i Yu.are : thai a : Con.lnln.RAISAtJ EASEMENT IluO I f..I; . ". Mouth lo.tn'3'." C Deaioa Roofing Co 110-1131 landtRBCEPTlONlaT. Car essental Excellent

h.. been 11.0 agalnal von. Commence at tha above dea>.rlhed It 111 I IT ill 07 Ka.t 410 feel. then. Moulh II* E S E C R ETARY Liberal -
On this date luI earh of yon. Rll"IKWOonHAVIMUM Ktallon 100+nooo: run them.. Na.thO'O" That 'pars ,.f th: described .2'." weat tno feet: Ihenc S"Ih, 24 PlaahruStuccuPI.ASTERSIIO typing and ehorlhand nu. potental
American ( New '.:." Ka.t 17TK feet th.i,. properly lying U feet ea,'h lt"'13" Fa.t ion feel then, ,. will .. t do lentral offlr work in-
In 1704. the first Banking Clr.I"n. SI.tl f1151'1S" Weal U'.O lo side of a 'J.ln.. fcaaemont t'enter Mouth "nu'2G"' vv-l .no ft. I PATCHING ... for.a '.0 man proftttlonal of. benef and
YOrl. re-
newspaper to publish for any tha alxiv* .nll.d ,,... and pint of beginning;; tb.n. Line nn l"t.Hoed 471. Met'tion thr"I. North 1141:" Wont 100 Nllni. AiloecU mien d addltloni rice Pin dir ..k. II p mWtltt saving
the Bout in \ou .. h..b reinlrrd In 57'45'lI" Weal a4 DO feel: IIno. said C'.nt.r Line being d*. font to She tnlnt nf beginningonlulnlng ... llconaed Jo' Tel P 0. Bol 434 living' II*. rement plan, paid va-
length of time, yoir An... .I.) the Clerk ol hen, Norl Sl'113 rant SI I.rl.d *. follow (' 14 :.1 aorea, nior or MU I.1.3 education litd eiptrlenrtPlumbing Immediate dls-
News-Letter, was published by this Court serve a "01') f.el. tta. Mouth SI'OO'Ik" at lbs above daarrlhed ala I... I ratIons, _
with news and thereof upon tha Plaintiff or *4 0 feet lo She point nf beginningontalnlns I71 ..0 run thence North00'lS'Il" 'AIJtOlTrat U count privileges Contac -
John Campbell Plalnllffa Altorner who* name 47f aquara feot. M 45 tonI: theme part <:f Ih. ahov de.:'riled .
gossip he collected as postmaster and addrna la: ALBERT f. WVRIY or ;ke .. ,Norlh 71 US IS' .:".t INI.II r..I. properly lying wllhln 20 feel ea<.h Mrs. A. Cuyler,

Atorn.y at L. M4 Af.Ulltat part of I h. above d.. thenca North 54'40'lt" baal Us II aide of Ih* mowing dairlbdhaul fa. Manager,
'tral 81 r.n'l wnbed property lying wlthla She feat to end of aald fralnag. llaie- rout .U'V.Y line BUSINESS SERVICE
In 1800, the Library of Congress ,Ida. not later than Mar V>. I ollnwlng mete and boulida coat ,mint Canter Lln.. nminenc, ""* nn the Hnllh' boundary Montgomery Ward ,
If you fall to do ao. Decree Pro .rl pi inn LlS4: nishts or way. of Hartlon 11. Inwn.hlp tt Hi.I\h. East Memorial
was founded. Ponfeano will he entered agalnatiron I r'omm.nra at Ih. abova doarrlbedKtallon I! .I.tnl acre, more or lea* Rang* tl Past at a point Ill fir" 1026

declared for the relief 4.m..d'In Ih., IM+o.0 rUI Irene N.rl AlI: liRAIVAUK EASEMENT Kant nf Ih* Mouthweet corner if : Jlvd., 9:30: to 4:30. No
In 1898 war was b Complaint I o'ol'f"| .: fret: KHJHT MTA1IIW m +IIJIO. aald ..'Ion I: run Ihenc N"rth
tween the United States The n.tur of aId' null buns ..U. Kjl.l SI 00 fe to That part of: Th. Wrat S of the 0-ms Kant I..44 fret; 'f begin DIRECTORYFOR Saturdays.
ro fnrerloaiir of mortgage recorded .' 5 point Iwglnnlng. run thence Weat I* of Hectlon I*. Cownahlp ..10 haul rout aurvev .: runhenca
Spain la official Rorordo ROll North ''OI'U" r:ant. ID 00 feet; 2ft touth. Hang II Kaat. t Mouth "470... h:aal 110

In 19K the Easter Rebellion til 1. naga SI?. puhllc R_" then.. Houth n... IS. Ka.t SI.U _, 40 feel each aide nf focI. then,'. North e'ltfft Fa.t 51 Wlrh Wanted
Pdk County. Florida .v.rln.: font lo A point on arIIrvscnncaV.tn a Drainage raaemant I'enter I.Ine Ill fret; (hon's North Tl'tl 115" YOU TO USE AS A QUICK RRENC
broke out in Dublin, Ireland.In Th. Kouth 4' feel Lt ib. Houthweaterly having; a!on Ntate Hoad 471, Portion I mill, MonO IM II feet to and laid haul > TRACTOR WORK wanud Mow.

1941 mechanized divisions Norl I font nf "o Rlnrk radIos of 11.Ml.II feet thence from i aid ( enter Llna Ming deetrlbedaa rout. aurvey lln*. WHEN YOU NEED ITIApplloncss In. and dlaolng N<* equipment,
movingon AKK BOVSFT PARK a .Tangent Bearing; of North ar. followalommeiHa: "rHN enlallng right of waynntilnlng Quio 5mm,ItO. Call for free nil
of the Nazi army were a auhdlvlalon lakeland Mor 4 41. Woof run Nor 1".1,I), nn the North boundary 1 10 acrea. mur nr leaaIWNIcR I m.IM Pod I Powttt MU '- .

Athens Greece Ida ....rdtnl I. plat thereifrecorded long said clove. IS r.t thru. nf Hecllon I. lownnhlp It Houth. : f'. M. Overatwt and I 1.-
SuppliesEilTM0i1.Ie Wall. all) neon.
Book I. pal.I 5 n angl of o'lO 44. to the pointf Range Is .. >t at a point Ul.vn K.tl.rln. K. Ovtralreet. hla wife. JUN1OK home ...hl.,
*. .bl. Rword polk ,, beginning feet Kaalerly of the Ni.rthwtoornr TO, Agreement with PolO HIOMPT ,.eole' 00 ,.1. Do-It '1..1 and In* codeoro painting- fnont MU I.13.",
('oln'l. .: together willIh onialnlng oil air. more or )... thereof: run Ihenc 1""tl 'oik.l-axo (nmnai v. raton. eaihlnappllaaoei ..hln.. PlumDIni nod ElMtrlml antar. MU S.J700 n<
II n*
Ten years ago-A battalion of following demrlued It.I.nf WNI-R: : Hay l'.n,.,'.. 110740' Went 3541 fet NAMES AND ADDRESSES. uiI 1.11 Torifte CI". -. informitoa and ".1"" Crtic-nt Driva. Leitlind. PlorldiL1OHTCARPENTERING .
,. enter lion aCTION 11130 2901SR ..<-lilt riDtal cut and .
property which r* LHJMT 1O: M irtaaga A.elgn- tlrsInq. tjiaement ; ", llenarlm''llt lol I .
six atomic cannon was dispatched hi and permanently Inatalled mat to Commaixlal Bank of Dad run thenr Houth IH'4' 4I' Poet: 4M (TARRYTOWN ROAD) .4. M PP-". Oln.S4IIli.iMVi4 a BIptinllni

to West Germany to Cu a part *f the Improvement lly 14601 lest, t '.".. HOIII 410120 The C uinmar S'ooipeny, a i'::riioration : o Appliances SifvlcidrTTCTHlOAPPLlANCEB t.iknlend' Work by Jb er hour
on alii landMTNKKH : PARCEL I SRD 1021 R, 102.tRIOHT East luovO rat if aaldDralnag Bog Oslo, JaikaonOllerlnrlda MU 2.4100WAIOTCAOPIII'TERIIIO :
bolster American forces \ my hand and lha oral OF WAYPsrnvl Kaaemant Center Lln Parol *1) ''HI aervl",d. Printing .o'k and

A mysterious nf 'bl. (,.rl. al Barlow. lou I I.'. Heillon IIUO.IGO.TJ.t bHrl .I.tlll rl.lt of way.Cnlaininl allOt 11lav PrKM nuonable Pre.OatlrnetenWindoe.iestlndilloonrsemnioo netoi ,iemntiO Ictanir P fiasinahleIbisli
Five years ago- (', ity. .. It la tlnd day of part of: src. non. or loan
force of about 8 armed men April!. A. I>. 1944kL. South 04 of Ih. XWU of th* AIXI: RAINAIJK .: -'"IN1 Florid. IPariel # : and El ;rIlel Hrrvte' .1. llthoiriphlninir MOTHER ketpl *hll.
made a landing on shores of Hr,; .) l>. M. fU>AV. JR. NW and Ih* Weil .of the HWVf LEFT STATION M7eOI.1VThai *l| MRD' tlOI.I. '01. 0 II A.:tilIa0lrnni Minn.Aut ._ *11.h..d. d'CHKIB1IAN.. In hoe homt FIend yard
th tierS of the Circuit 'NW4 and th* NWU of th* part of: .111.1 1. 102.31.Como.rO'i.l RaMnabla ratta
Panamam. Te group was dspersed ,'ourt NW14 nf th. NWM of Section 4. Tb. Nr:% of She NF<* nf Hectlon Bank of f.d" Cltt Sat COVr Rodtattr Strvlc ,Ltnt Phmnn ploom.

after clash with Pan $lyVinlao A. Purvis1.pisly TownshIp II 8UII. Rang Mat. 14. Towimblp i* south. Hang I Dade Illy. Florida # C 11.411."AINTIIO.
2 .
Clerk l HRD *010 Seal Coso. A05YTl2'1 osdiauo' .. SPIC1AL Orb.. 05
end the Weat sIns 14 ofKettUia heat.Lying. t ) ( *101. 01 11.11 Cm. ..
amanlan armed forces Tre I I'.1551 II. II wllhln 40 feet each aid* of 101.|, 101.SIC .lmol. 1,501015... .31.1."ln.. 1001mm. sobuildtni '. tI. . ..... Clunk.
of the Invaders who IN THI CIRCUIT COURT Or Rang II To.n.II. W..t 10ut., 0 5)ruiOain .:..n..t CnnloP 1.ios. M. Overatraet. K.llerin. I E Paso ,. ". 'I P.dd. 1..tr ..1... MU Won luaranttad. IJ-3411 after

tap' TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of the Went .of Notion 10. Townobslp on UK 471 8.'lo I4S.10. mild' Canter O..t..t. Star HOI.. -111 __ "I pm.
lured, sid the group was Or THE STATS 0" FLORIDA ti South, n.n.II SCant and Lln .s d.alb." am follows: '..n. .. Parcel If]. .5l Concrete RADIATORS. BLOCKS leaned PAINTINO AND cirponia, oook

of Cubans acting under the IN AND FOR OLK COUNTY .h* Weal n Weat H nl I ommenc* Ih* Noptl boundary ) 1"11 C10I.IR. IOU" 104 IRS LICKxaaU CONtlUIB centre* on fehielt. CrtH-PIo .tho. Re- "Pro, notimatna. ..u.r.'ln soar.inlund .
up II. of Section II. II Mouth. In &.tPolk ). O SMIloath ,
Na C105.52SIICITIZKNI 11. To..hlp t I.ut. floort. ildewalkttept paIrs ill 0..1. C.I 11a.
but Castro Chancary tor Drlnweri I.
orders of Fidel Castro, Ul.(HI P. O lInt
NATIONAL HANK R", II M.I K.n.II Eaet at a point I'aaco Company. .., pallet intbrldtet Pord. IU'OIaie 'YARD and Iisoncre,
later denied this. OF HT PFTKRHBIRI a within 11 feet 'Weaterlyf .*ttl of th. Northwsntnnrn.r ml. Uartow. rlorlil 1..1 #1 .I.. .b. WOII Alt Codas 1m.
tba .ur. of MB 471 Hea. thereof: (Northeaat earner, **> IIRi OM021R. .J Lakeland Morl. .1..41. & TV Repair lul Call: Mil I-3I3I
xalion.I HonkIng
One year ago The U.S. ambassador I Ion 1410. Southerly .r Mtallonli ,>f MaUlon M Townahlp IS Mouth. ales I. .
Kohler and the c'rJon.. M.'nur.v. I + M lying 1 within l..l ,.t Waa- Hang 12 .:.1 run thence MoulhI.,7,40" Ray lenient. Tat (',>ll ..lornuilhouaa : Fences JIR'r HA lTaiiT/Strtlc*. COMPANION TO lady un..u..
Foy arly of sid .015:0, Una batwen ( W *. 41 feet to lieglnDralnag I (' Hulldlng, Uartow. moutiir proollni. ftr. bered Prt. t* .rl I Wlt
Moscowsuggested AMP IVdtE and MAmp I InLowell our >n It rtpured la our mOd.noahopa Buntet Drive Ltk Wal. Florida
Ht.il
British ambassador to '.. suctIon IM +lo and 11111105 mHI + raeemenl: Center Line: FloridaTAKr MUTUAL : Cumvanr
Khruih ISII.I hi. WFEKR C' lyingwltkln 111 not We.ter run theni.. from at Id lotion II I SOTIC' lhat a I'o"loru' prIces. no down ..I..t. u a r.1 price Brim Phone 34.MYOUNU
to Premier I AYTON 'Jy ,,f aald aurvey Una betweenlatl.in into ealrt Mrctlon :o.tl 1140'41'Inn .r T.lln" hl. been filed 'In .uaranlmd W. won I be under Coos MI. la and tax 10" *r ctllHoward LADY WANTS .ork Iv. ..,0
they the Issue of the number I and. .IRTLJ. WEJK.hi. ". I INOTICt Ill +4SVI and Ktallon Weal 421 44 feat of cold ha ".U.'. bv G old Lakiland Induitrr, MO S. Radio and TV MU mesA. phon. MU '.17.

of test ban inspections be aide OF SUIT :>4 71 It. lying wlthla. ISO footWeulorly ,I)rainajn5'.eesoant Center Line P.llli'o.r. the ai "(Hiring 41 (A Pret ..lm.: Jo 3.1.70..... Mo.Oil..Lnll.low. nut _t ' MAN with tlcrut C noon.
''THE CTAT OF FLUKIDAO : nf saId aurvey Una b.. ,LESS mating right of way ,.f theme prnreadlnga. of uSe detirit tmploroitnt la cllrutproduction
tacke temporarily in order to INOLF and wen MtatIon ttl + 71 | and rltai Containing 0.45 air*. more or MM, 1mg
on the deadlocked Geneva 0"1 hla .. and MARII II >n JM+W lying within Ul feat 'WNKK; C. M Ovaratrevt and foe the iiiirpniw art forth 'In '. ..., furnllura prleeiMather 4 fietil ,
fous 'NII.E. lAVIP W..tar1 nf ..10 aurvey line North' Katherln h. ov.rtr..t. hla wife 'Petition In uclliniv in' .. Furniture. Phoa tnmi 51&l'AIRtD. In..1 .Writ. 500 M-dnJ. l.aA.iand 2.40.
disarmament negotiations C'I.A WIPKI S S toss. 1051 of water drainage send oroitsl
MYRTIE hla . tt.U.n 255 +HI: lying within PARCEL ruSt way aorneninf .I..d I.
Tutu 'EEKI. thai. aColt .I heck of said aurvey HIMMoutherly I BORROW PIT EASEMENT I pit and haul P 7il froose. Pca U.. dlin.
.r l.r.' afalnat of StatIon 110 + 11. lying BORROW f'IT NO. I AND MALL : a portion tU'R Lnwnmowtr Repels'sC5WiMOW5Oi"RtPOIRINO ooe.s3on
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Reddish lunar st that have of fl riTIZFKSATlONALi o within M feet F..t.rl, of ealdurvey lOUTb LEFT STATION Ult00That Ro.dl. Poll I
been fncressingfrequency and each BANK' OF MT betwrn UO+ part of 10,10.. and that one of th* Bawl Swimming Pe.fs
sighted 1' .n
have raised th pos PK'TfltCBSRO.' a N.tll' In Bankng feet lulon t.tol 0.enid ..urveyline ,..1" c. ."o.n.lip 2 1..th. .'udl.I.1 (Irul nf Florida. Iln. 10 L..lo. .1 PL: i CLEANED d. ihemiealt. rtpalrtd tupplletaulpm'nt .

that the moon may have C".t'o.. .... and '"a Ih.j .t..n Mlatlon 171+00 and H V..t Kaat he IM May. A.D .2140 WH. ItS EMI MaiuMU THE
Ilbllt + lying WIthin the NF>4 Hecllim I. To.n.hp : In Ih afternoon re
fib ( 1.k.1
So S'SC.
required It.lo. I. 7.n.
hereby
interior and an erping. a. of > of aiM. ,TI II Court Chamber allartow Pslntlnj'AlNilNii
Clerk .1" II.n.a CI.ul
An..r with tba :.t.r I.I. aaldloclaration I L, Um poola. Clark
mete conaldcr POH P
ii Htallon 11 + 71II following .I
n A Interior
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thereofoon
changing fo 5? a OIl! .rld. .
I onrt .
I SPECIL .
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lurace. stable .n Plaintiff" or PlaintiffS and Htallon tftl-ttn. .lying withinU and bound de.crlptlonnmmn sppnlnl apiral.er A..I. O"rlor., ..n.Noo. ...feo
been b a whoe name and ad-1 foot lalerly of eald aurvey '( <.on Ih* Sotl boundary I and mk such order a '1 1It. .lit. 110.elui work Ouaran PERSON

inert body Cr.Honey.. la: ALB mT I' WFRIfttorney .'line Northerly of Htatlon 21.94: or Mecllon I. M HoulhKanga ourt d..m.proper All p..ril". tend Ref.rtncti Phor 111.4J't Upholitiflna1AOGETT
lw 1441 c'.ntrl''aald survey line and etatlona ,lng M Mul at a poInt unit feet to tIle null and all .pl.'. i," r.ted after 1 10POINTING.
LtOAL AOVI .Tl* MBNr_ a *a>'rlbd and aa follow East of the cornr ul may h.i.'I al UIHOLIkHI.NU Bert
Ial.d S"rl..t .tI..P
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k tenue WABHINO tarpenUrwork and reaoaabla -
p..I.r. Iloridaai ,. Ion ails eotan
Ilt.n Comment 0 t. Inutl boundary aid Hectlin Norl..t eon ? he Ibis ,0 pi. denlgiairlYou aork. ,. .'
NOTICE TO CHIDITOHS I.I.P .,f Macllon II HotithHaige f bIOnIC I To.n.hlp Mouth andac|, of you. ire t" <. Interior elf ,I .. frt eitiaitui O WHO
IN THC COUNTY JUDOS I". f.1 to do I.r.a IS Rait.To.n.hp SkI fee' .Rang !Z : nloutl.sIluih" h y immanded In appear l'. II":",t. olimalr. reatonafcU rlcw 6IJPlctuft and dellnri Phana 01I-4MO
torn C.n.orn he entered osuinnl)0I .nt tl.5rI"G : I S000ni1013 M' Tswun ..dV.n'llal
AND : Molllnieaorlh'
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COURT IN .I relief demanded In KisS of the tulh..t .orner nf !; : then..' one An.wcr in tha Pellll"' h. .
OCK COUNTV rLomoAIV r. ; North "'-! Weal inst .t".r. filed Ihla < au. ', ii. Fro
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r.n 'h.nc Noll mis'ICTOME BllndtlEHHCAUl
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UfO o .tlo ,. I I
Rt rHTATK: th. j'opl.1 continuehenc Court '.n or bef."
IIM If a point .f beginning f OWNS
aald Mill being
of Et . b .nll. C
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p. BKAV 8R Vfr ** 31" W .1 of 50114. 5., >hhat
5051
rth
of Job May AND
N. PRAMSa BtHtlfulrmti bO.ln.I.
thy. for foreclosure of rrc rh. ...n.l.d d ) '
P.rns .
T" AU < r and mnr. loe+oov: O.n.hrough aald Me tion S and Into title Intcrt.t I II. "' and aiauldin" Cod Mpalrod .I.n'
official .n.re'url
Int Claim Dm.nd. Atalnit corded In .HI North O'lUH onlnu.. aald I 4im feel thence pod nr a" nf you have Into aid 1' .. c..t..noo.al7 .
.t I ewj "I. .
Public
HI ) Ar .rll.n.
$*id t lato W. flavoring. Mtallon 513+94.i.t North 1.'lon 2i Baal IvO tieS. any of the above d. .,n-d, Orltana .0.1.. Air.Uu. .-.,.
h. tl.. ,1 13 &a
You. and .u-li of '0. CoBoty "old.of KH Vorth rOOSt" Kant 41101 to Chine 50,1155" .West li anda and ahow caua why the -- the article you've found
kv .otfl. to fllo In dupllt. all T. E.t SIS of tho SW'4 t. Iho station 1I7 +4I91: continue tbenc .et: tbne.N.tl North ..0. .. tame should not b* taken f"r thuaa "'
d-mahd you ' Mouth Sl'tl U. and *** nnt forth In thePltO
North 0. IS' fa.t 140114 fet .n" purpo IC be to reach
BOTO asalnat tha ..I.t. of it,O.. .P 14 HE, .Township tha 25 NB Bout% of*..t.Rn 15. Nob bund.r1 o' .Id I..lo r.t.tl"uI .10 _Ion and Into filed. 1..ln. and thi. IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS may trying
d. of Her aid I. feet: tltanc.South my
BJAN..f RII.r IR. A. Bronaoa, Cun. SS a.t LKHH THE %o"I. lon'. IJu.lp Rang S.t.24.. 1 1200 feet to W'T. Cour an this Und you, Be sure to read the
l a and I. any To.n. .utl. I 'I. .
ty tiP office tl. f.t .the"r ) thenre M. }: the of beginningContaining day of April ., IM4M BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION

Court House a ..ro. nrd. .d tyIng R/W and belnf. .. Polk fet to Station .14...M. eon.. II.41 acraa. more or 1 lea. / / I>. H sLOAN JR. Lost and Found" ads In
.Itli. a. al tlnu thenc. North ." ts. Bait A Loot Clerk of Ole Clriullourt
It. which tl..dte o. County "ola the seal ISM feet to dlalJon n.+e eon That part of th. abova d..1. <' of classified section
he
Ii.. frt publication b. In of WITE" my lud .nr PolkCouply. tlnue th."* North 0'0' foal iroperty lying within 40 Polk eounl1. FloridafIFORilr DIAL MU 6-1151-Ask 1 For Classified
) or demand ml.t "or. B"ro. t Ih. ul ttit llowlig deatrlhrilul : -
of .. thla > of 1(4001 feet bund." rly II r rAI
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wrltlr... olata iha plan Hi utfe. I line .r I (,un.elJ now
mot of Mid Hecllon II ( nut ur e>
y. ulilanea and Boat off addrvaaef .. Aprfl'BFAI A. [>.n 1144.SLOAN JR. ,,, $ectl:'n 10. wnahlp ;j (touihige 0.11 at .Ih 1"11..1 ,'mer 'I I "hn II "" .1. M r T 11.J. i I II
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III LAKELAND LEDGFR._ Friday, April 24. 1914 RENTALS RENTALS

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FINANCIAL HORTICULTURE JUUS IN8I8TEOOMWORKINQ I Rth-SEM5ER 'yb3 000 oU G5'l P401' vt 129 rvrntthid Apartments 1 129 Furnished Apartments

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6J Bnlntii Opptrtvnltlt 72 Flowers, Soils, Plant WEEK AT THB THROUGH NEIQM80RHOOOTHMTTRS knI.kD Bl.AC0 BRrI 7 411 PORNIBHED Bouia T"_APARIMENTB fteaena 01olo 01 NICE wcter furnuned\DUPLEX Jrr-.r.: ::;

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eox OFFICES I fetrect Phone 1-304
MO 51555.Motlil
CHOICE OBINWI aad IneoproportiM SHADE TREE ipoclaU Rala trow. SHET4.MHOM6tXOMr/) P FPONT Kiel TWO bedroom can*. apart
t M.l Ridf IJ4LA.rUalMr moM flm Mlmcwa Wtopln APARTMENT **. and ttifiit Bummer ratei. Beuth.Ue.
1117 B. ....ortal Bud Willow. anamort. oar trooo. O.ke.n'IOI. ', Do9&LL two ram, ttaene. BUIItle Ow,. >10t; But >*rk. rot appoint.EAR : .
.0 S-410t. ... oueolrplut, doiwood 7aoPuklnualaa ......*. DlilB Motel. 4CO New m.nl pall 44-1319
OOc 0.... Nur Tamp >>"".., I OPPOSITS iIlOI'P'.EBOARD.

wry. dOJ2 aou tfl Florid ,......, and 1'10rld.
THREE ROOMS .1.... BUIeh .... 2 rootlll coomAssite.
WANTED ' '
TO BUY ,
CLOSING OUT. Astor and map- Oral latatloB II..".. kitcbea. all 725 Inst Otaa.5. JlV
drums plant II 00 per 100whllo ctlllttee ,...I.h'". Adult sob,. 2-8022. '
Polk County thor I.... 111( Dial Lomoa ParklBI 431001.P14534159110 TWO<< r.u''I: .
'ntranr* and IsIS, ( CnII
1I Liquor license. OH tntwrBUhod."*rv > BT B ia T MU 2-1.11.
73 Foods, fruits, V.g'rbtes tot. bill oolnnoo. M70O ha m"I auth Tennnw*. _

Write Box M-271 (MOO ......11I1?. KOOMI APOJV WATSON Clinic. 73* EutBella
BERRIED YOU .1.-lur..lob con.hilnirs. sodsMU, l4... Vlila. Adult .*.. OMlltici
Lakeland Le ger. 200 ou.r. T. .. H.... FRIVAT EHTRANCB. Mreenedpercn. urnlshed Jo Macalua*. Realtor.EalHABLS .
\ 11&0 II... T.mpa 01.915.,. Iliac room bedroom 113-23"'.

TEXACO, INC. ....11.01 1..1100 FRUIT FOR alo. ba( or buiholTrto kitchen bath Oonvenleat .....). THRII ross lekt.
I too |I.... In Auburndalo area aHUhwtr run "100 tblp 3MI North aids nelihberhood Cobb* eaJr, front ,ptrtmrat. Beth ..r..*.
(2. Paid trtlnlnt .nll. lorlda 118.IOn. 553335)AT'TOACTIVILY: .dulte Quiet. IfS Lake UottoaIM .
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.bl.. COD,", IA.. Rltahilmo. 34S .r SSS4M4.PPF.R _
STRING BEANS fIrst -...,... FURItIIHSO.su
l8a."II.IIEW MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE
II M buahtl >ou pick and brim MERCHANDISE I sod two btdrvom 0_", ..>.. 40( IUMMM RATS w .eerl, liZ
OPERATOR for ..11 lort containerJtooloi. MV 8-OCI7 1o.1b PlorldB rbODt MTI KM97PURNI8BED laVa: Die, Ml electric air lOrI

I .d mOJOr oIl coiupinaorvlortatlo. 15 Bicycles MotorcycltiII 97 Articles For Sale-Mlsc. 103 Furniture & Appliances 109 Radio TSlevlsloS'l'XLIVliSlOll 117 Automobiles Wanted OR Mail furBUbodOB lltlonlM iround floor carport
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Im.1I .0101..1 .Qulr.d.n.081t 76' loitdieaplnf ....ulll... I..,. _loa. II] wsI.t paId. or nl.II"' .88.3338. 51.5$.
tVftn Sabre loud condition CAKPIT5. CHAISI Jouo" blond RIEPOI8E811m HOMO .allrtal. *740 sland. WILL PAY e"l1 fOl ol54. car 5. Loko Marloo Dmo Pbooo MOlM
AILEH... PARK >4 opac*... AIM two ",,.' il" blcFelM. Cal mabo..n b.d.Wad Oftd matob.in mint eoo"'r I oroai.. MOth In.do.o. Call MU 0-7133. 130'1_....... 'n' 0. oldir. NO 5-4400 31551.41CR CLOBC DOWNTOWN Two laps.rooms .
E.Sown Now 0 tratlrreltf HARDY SOD CO.
.ocr hom'7 MU -1001. ol.ba .tond and mllOlll. lath Dour monllll Ps- LOC.TIOII. Cloas sod tU .oek. ntnttle paid.
I : CY >->37 0.ooo. Wlnt IOwatr ? HotlUtt !.o.. Or..... oU' C.II NU11..... m.all. .oo Credll N.a.... W. T. 111 Sporting C.tdtttACHE YOUR CAR ..... LBrro oloMt OPOMAdulu. 123 Booth ".. York. ttt-409.
Dt.nL ESTIMATth and TRIUMPH AND Yamaha talee )rant Comp.n Oro. Parl. I CASH FOR ...rk.... Wane faraUbodMO MODERN PDfUX Tbrao room.lontrto .'
anrlco Eloctrl ihitor mod
FREE :
AVAILABLE MAY lit' New mod .le and iport model 10% dowa, SAVE CAMPTNa -.I SoS PoBdarrla Chtrrolet will WMt Qpnott. kitchen, sot monthlr 110lorth
. e.o5d.DUPLEI. .
son Richfield urvlc nation. For 1 N OlliBoro MTJ (Hal 34 month flnaacln a.ail.bl. AUCTIONSATURDAY 25 to 50% the boat blurs buyIng anr Ed I HI Four. ear II ,,'. ..... ( U A L L MODERN tportBOBt.lirco guwannce MU '
Inlormiuon phone MD I 1121. TRACTOR WORK: Mowlnl. Howni Lakeland Cycle Comptnr. 711W Jonn.. IMI Pvk. ""' PlaollaPark. > oloMU. for aduill. (14 PAsO THRR menu, rural*
10"130' HOUSITRAUIR wIth cibuns . d Mini, and iradlni BpolallMd ..t Memorial BlVd.. *(.->3U. or . Plorlda. I CAR PAYMENTSTOO tOIBOB. ........ MP M.iOARAOB balls '0"ooe.. W..., furnuhtdidult .
carport and utility re-.... In curd cocAIne. and APRIL 25 APARTMENT P e B r *. no ....... 049 monta. 9,55North

one *cr* sod SliM renul trl.U.or. radlnt 888.1138. (M (4(7. 96 AntlquM 7:30: P.M. BADCOCK'SRe 112 Wont* MIcallont I ......it. coiBlartBblo. ooBvonloaUrlocototf I Kentuckr"
.. Call Plant cut,. 113.'l a. -Built Living Room HIGH? No ...... Ia...Ira Ml LOB.AIR CONDITIONED Idly furil .

I II FOR BALE: FUturee. irocerlei INSTRUCTIONaz ASTRAL LAMP Teakwood lUnd. Electric stoves Refrigerator Furniture CASH POR Four intuo* Horn* I o. Btroot.COTTAQC. I.. ho4 Wire ijom apertmeak. OMillor .
I II and Botione all for It 000, and .., take and chlnet. lOoms. Pleuroe. MO J-3177 I PtndtnMs Ctie rolrt win pit off POUR room Florida 1121 Sooth Water .Ins.
bed and dress. S S and 'S pieceluini MU "-40 i.
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rent hon* for 128 00 month HeMB waehitande. churl, etc Maple .eolu rour bats modal oar aad "ad room ill tlottrW, tr tondltlonod, 1 nu.
I for eelllni 7S yours old. Will. Dancing, Muite Helen RoboriHn. t8a-4 o(. er Chests Completebeds Priced room a* Low a. AUTOMOTIVE ,.. komo IB OB* FOB eaa afCordS oil b.... (11% SolID Plorta NEWLY DECORATED UtrMMIDI.
accept credit If prt ten ouillfr .. Mr BwoaU ATtauoO . voders furniture. good
I poc900..toid. Or..er", IOU Edith PIANO nACHEII 'tin locopi I'll.plio 97 Article For Soli-Mlic. Hundreds of miscellaneous $89.95 and Up. location Haadr ......... bop.
I Annul. Allis a....... .. h ndise ROD NO .10001aUraoll... else eoDtoi, _"I tal. Phen (12.OOTTAOE .
for prln. IO.\lu..loo. 5.Ii. mer c a For ipeciKiulir BIBIIla 116 AutomobIles For Sal. PENDARVISCHEVROLET ipirtBiobt Croo UundrT ...W.....
SAPS DRIVERS lie J! to Itullf ma, .noriin A ad.aoc.d. NU 1.'SOIl. corD TVS from 131 Ouarantood 1311.
up lued furaltur .
Items. Plus a four piece rwrootloa Oro* Trtllor Cll
for S10.000/120.000'IS.000 Mre. WI..II..d 01" SOS W_. .. .
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floanc Workini WII FINANCE Your arodll I* B.r.... H .bw.r. Eotoa ParkAPARTMINTB. . THRU 1. ..
Liability In.prior. for a. low ii. ...rd. tOadS-In. accepted Admiral Balee Solid Cherry bedroom suiteBAXLA'S VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed .ood. Low ae 140 do.... Suaablpo c'-"' screened porch cleananrenlent .
121 a rear BR-J3 Pubis for ac.cident ..... (It.to.
II Sortie. MU3(71.. PMcockV Furniture Paid Curt (.-..... latloB ReeeoBabl.
w thout Iniurance Senior 464 M Wabaeb. (19 (( and (la per woos. Uihuwaur . John M 01BOUTHSIDI .
14 Stbooli I Jl* N florid Ato. 14 *** >
Drivers. Auiin Risk with eair Department 63 POROCHO luporSO end ... furalahod ChUdroaileomo
tj t p., plan. Harm Smith Alone>. iUTO OLAR8 and door npair, AUCTION In muss, rsdio, Do.lsp tAr.,: .IJ.=I 120 Farm implements .' AIM olMpInt rooau NEAR osLo... two
j 413 South Plorlda Arenu. phone FLORIDA LAROEST and maetmodern part Initallid For f..Ilmahi GALLERIE Mulberry MV 2-1714. 414 lasS Oak. MU (-( n. i bedroom 1H bctue. .......Id
66-8191OPERATINO. boautF echool LakelandBeautF .all Cliff Ward 313 Nortel Mans Th* laflaii coo maki win nor root ...",,,11. ir*... Water fur
Coils.., 111 I Pine SI.Complolelp ..U 10011IEAUTIPUL. 4268 Hwy. 92 West Lakeland than COMET '61. four door etetlonwuon. WAMTIDt: CUll 1,55-or Pay .ub. F00510001L. and ..II. EarlrAnortcta ilnhed. MU *..432
par lop pour time *od trip
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OARAOE full b Stick. radio sod heaterNearlr Cub NU 32&341.D furaltaro. Adulu. ..lab
Hulpped Hone and other build. remodeled air oondloned HAWAIIAN print Phone 686-9033 II Mulberrr. niw. |3oo. Air conditioned min.a.. (.( Sooth .u...... I DUPLEX FOR RENT
Inn with three or tics loris ample parklni' MO4BH .t Juit (1.ll per Fard. Dacroa For *.. A.1 condition. low mile- a CABa kactor 0300 Ca1I aro PCTlNIBHED OR VNTURNIBBID
Just .U Rhshmu, 98 00 Dull AIR CONDITIONING- refrliora- Cotton prlnte at 01 aid manr ass. Penn with lood credit MB a-b SIS. THRU ROOMS and bitb trouad Hardwood lean lorto lltuidtntoi
Ro.d. Knights' Osrsse, NU .. lion men beoded We train 'ou. Uteri at reduced ..rl..*. Wall... 30" ANODIZED aluminum ItalnWUTINOHODBI W S. BADCOCK CORP. IlniOcO low ah down. NUl...... door, Dlilolud. ........ Phone r..... room lorn bod
0'1. Writ Commorclal Tradee In..u. .". rail carpet *r area run cut to loss stool COtrIsIrsno donS pans.hood. 30 menUii. lice than S40 ..oolbl, 121 M.blla Homes MU aoaMEXCEPTIONALIy roam fully tiralehod, kltekenelectrl .
WOULD CONSIDER for ... Boi M-301. Lakeland Ledicr ,our He* and edied Preeent clocknelude Ao, r.aoOnabI. oUer a.- halo Star ind Wirerveute Phon 812-8 0(. N I C I BOWptrtairau ,.a... lane WeettnchouM.frlienwr
partner Caady Strip. OnIon .p..d. 868.3111. Nulb.",. PlorlCeMulberrr Air ondltloaod It doind . wlta Ironlm Bull ill
mall retail meat itore wit Tweed and 801 DuPont Rl.LoCloeed Bloi Hour: 1Ie3 PONTIAC Catallna Poworitcerlni TRAttER ALES$ reatala laser.laos. . tAle bain. Uric .... ..UII,
Tolipbono MO J414. 11*
meat boo flutuni. 2890 N.. Sundeje O C. Bimllton UPRIOHT free.. *.. Sam. to I pas diilr. Pet .1.... power brakea. automaticJUuonible . .to..... part. applloa.. la.eured EM Cnaflto troit.. roniw mo park Ini area CloM lo
Tampa Hlihw.r MV 0087 afto 4751 LEDGER/ ...brl... Dade City Hwy ti, 17 or, now ...n.II.1bllad 31 (4 .1.1AI.mlnum until t Mr Noal.o..." MO bonded local aad national Florida BauUiorw Celliee. Muil bo
30 non Solo,. ( 30 mornlni miloe Nona of Interetate 4 chalee lounie Prose Open All Dar Wedneida Now lamps HUhwa ..00.110I'...*. Jack'.. 4710 hew CONDITIONED ofdcloaelprtfato won l. appreciate Pot appointment

SMALL INVESTMENT opporlu: ClASSIfIED AOSLIVESTOCK RBI-OOII, I 0.*, 10 aioclat iloree eerfln" IIIfiO colin Ran.b W..o. Vrri Tampa Buhw.r. MO -M14. paIls, aoor Hatohlaoeao phono MU 341010
CLOTHESLINE POSTS ireatlreduced.
nit,. on. of tho Mfhoit luaranttod I and 1" ..", plolol, Two BEDROOM .Ul..... walnut' Florid Sued condition Durln. d>r .8- Golf Courio. sacs Norm Plorldo
tak-land Aieoclat Stirs I 12 30 WOOlS AnauoLOVELY. ,
i roturiu shill. todar NO welded 41 croeiarm with I >lona! two pin ..cllon.l.! 1381 BUhU 411 34371DM 10 10
rut, wnto '.0. Boo 3J34. Lakeland ooke. MM and HIM pair brnth power lew (a* ttov*. (S3. .. SIP No Plorlda AxBadoock I FORD, tour door s cillndernnditloned MOBILE BOIA INSURA1ICISTORAOE CUOeS IB sac or two
Homo deliver loo Phon (..- 1417 6..2403 Will Treat Ion RI.b'"I sir 42.000 mllei. 841 I PARTS Mdroom.. airport Do ...... 417

1 110.. WelforJ Maoufacturlni ron SALK m.o'. and ...m.o't Cambridio. Sooth Lako

65 Mortgoeis m..hla. lolf clubi boo and earL 104 Gas, Oil, f"1 1'6* V'( BclAIr Chevrolet. auto I DEE'SMOBILE NIC APARTMENT lint floor'fectrta
t AUCTION OnuS offer teeepud Uk now.05bps letle tronemlMlen. radio. heater '''.b... .h..... ao !pole
BUT BUILD Mil. refinance PHA 4 8 Dogs, Cats, Pits baulnet, bathlnet and FPlOPANB ... .450. I860 Suadapp molorcrtle Adulu, UOl Beuln FlorIda ....
GAS for br
cookini HOMES
and VA ...or....... Piret Moru Friday Nitei Only plarpeB 311 Hlllild DrOOL "Ini. boo wale. Irrliallea. Indue- 1160 BO.M47. oU'. THE BESTMEIIE
J .ice Corp. of Florid SO* 0 Plor sri-ri's POODLE Shoppo, Pro.tleolon.l tl H. Wabatk MU s-llll
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7:30: P.M.w. BM Call <8B j| s I r Imoerlal THREE ROOMS air conditioned
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Ida Ate MO 0-3137 roomlni. etude, pup
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98 Barter & Exchange Oai Bereice 1333 Hew Ule balha. .1..lur.llh. 1048ouh
210s. 136] Kathleen RosA (bop. ..U tor EXCEPTIONAL BUY
buy .
OF roe AubandaJ Blihwav10S I. .1. Phene 113-4ISII.
883-.ta. Homo. (.*.J620. TRAVELLER toilet cia F. I
I HORTICULTURE JIMMY WALKER'S WILL SWAP lood rider mower. '64 PONTIAC rWeretor. too wish oven. floor tVi BLOCKS from 0011.... U.lni,
EQlSTEKtD CHIBUAROA8 twop00th furnaco. twin ....oh.*. 11291
. coil S150 new for 11 foot liber Jewelry room. kltchea with dlnmi area.
71 Fortillier Feed. Soil ....I.., and mall older.ebocolat for ealo mat Stud AUCTION CENTER .1. or aluminum boil m food GRAND PRIX Chariot Dldter. Rout 3. lox 1(3 bedroom ktn Call MO S-OS2I
p' MU 01305.DALMATIAN. S3M 0 0. N Ct ndltlon.. Phone HI-226J. E PAT diamond' told Winter Raren on Lak Mariana or MV S-2384
:In WhIU flnlih blot Interior. Pso. off Lrachburi Road Schmidt*
i. old laid plmnum alIve I
AND 1.ubl. It FIVE ROOMS .
freeaer perehee. lane
: GROUND FEAT murk. Peat and .UPPIKB, .orp ros..onabl. venD .URNITURI .nd appU. Nel000'i Jewdrr. 10* Bon la Plor usury alt power wIndows' and arat rrtller Park rard
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Prror still S table Stools, boUerean upbol. .11.
> new automatic
oil Located not I. MIlD .. .
HUM 140 3.3SI0. PM
radio Aluminum wleel and
.0. upholitrlni Mil .
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. JOT 76 137 with houMtraUer
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I.. batch f.. ,. Msnrio. :er880.. 748 Ruihlm MU S-30S
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ONeal MU 1-46JI itibe 1600
Pat tIlt eUorlni
\rad. H mile
ai M Barialn HOUMHhwiF two room cabane, carport allwpred
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OR8E8 FOB .1. Pin tailed Call ...
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II Delivered new for I6I9S 60 < by roof Workihop lot TWO ROOMS. for lick budgets U Call'
CLEAN PHOSPHATE eand for iump.r. ft cur old leldlni. 1400 North at OlbtonlaELECTROLUX 107 Plumbing Supplies on Quiet clicn
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t.r. Is... Alto land and dirt lop fill. ircie Btr S Ranch Count, MU -80112.. Buy now for 4600 31-3074 .11. lanai Bartow round floor all electric, water Ad Dial MU UlSl
_ _ _ _ Bed *.
I 99 Beats Motors Supplies furniihcd inmmer rte adult
B Dill.t MU 1-3071 Lln. and 01,7. 92.OEAOLSPIYPPIKB.. C21.) I...., modelluarantee UBEO PLUMBINO fl....... Toll titc.f'it.t. b0050Vill Ilk* MU .-11....
$3999
GROUND PEAT IJ euble rard .1 mala. iiiBook. .10w Take over. psi.mast. .to, laTatorlee and ilnki. 15 eaehTUM new, mall down parment. a*> today to reach cash buyrs -
pard. Ba ol Peat ComnanF' 4211Lik.lsnd old. Call MU 10044.ISAOLISPVRrBRED.. I*. llectrolu Corp 68S 1>0. I \4'. 10 HP Inboard wood bolluewI . |10 409 HlBneMC Street. Long Trade Long Terms ume entail paymintt over 4 ,..... THREE ROOMS sod bath ntwlr.

Hllli BUd 585-9784 iINOER ZOO tat. Ilk. new. Tabs, ., Iliberilueed loud eondltloa Will nnt '.m* 1100 month. InBuo decorated nlcelr furnuhed window for the household
: No motor and all Trailer ta* Montgomery Ward fan. Off ctreet aarkuif 141Cumberland
fllICH CLIEAN top .tl. fill dirt.I .1. soon paymenti II monUilF, Ithti. D-K Mobil Park. with option .
aperi So mw. old. Plentyo ball horn JOO. Call after 4 FRANK FOSTER dont
I sonain d. Dcl. But ...rl.l. choose from. Well marked nre 161 (( MU 3'36371U63 pm.. .e-7347. GET A GAS HOT WATER to lIu,. MU 1-43M of MO goods you use anyCLASSiriSO
I I 1730 m BLOCKS from 0011.... Two
Tom Csldwoil 8..0S. 82 B417, 000.11130. MOTOR SALES
MODEL III ass uwlol ",0. WILL TOADS 30 HP 1.lnrud.1.Ith HEATER FROM WARDS ....roo l.. mint room dlnlni .rvlceL
chine. R.pon.....d. Balance 131 79If 1111 East Main FOR SALE:: All aluminum trailer
St.
three .
LIVER AND White pointer electric Martini control.: room line kitchen eereen porch
female or menthle Phon MO 3.3837 .. Have Hot Water When and awami. furnuhed or ."'ur.Inloll.d.
month old. male and teerlni wheel with cable .r. end b.lb. Phone MV 8-06.1 or
A DRUMor 131 Oil ."'0.. 133.ISIS. FOR BALE:. on. commcrol tirconditioner lop lood 10 HP or larier. Call You Need Itt! '61 CHRYSLER Ccuwn Im..rlal at Jolin'. Make. Tour"l offer Purl.HOUII.TRAILLER Sec. Cttamplla MU S.3184.

BLACK ORIAT Dane pupn ... sea lode fountain e$3- 7JD. S to S. : 14-Hr Iniiallauea 1100. Phone Nulborr,. I.321'. TWO FURNISHED apartraeat
other musical !Uistru- on* meat taw We bur end *ell ,1 CUAN. a...'. Each lour and
rOilote..d. 'll-3140 1I3 Kath 14 BOAT 40 HP elecUle etarter 117 N. Kentucky PRIVATE S3 Chevrolet Bel Airlout roome beta 2428
ment quickly and Inexpen- Icon Road at Inle....... #4. moat anjthlni Boulerard Trad I pillars,.d tai. also 151 Opel door sodas. Oood runnlniidiuoa PIlon. NU 3-1103. aloe ....... Tenilewood Appl HO T......
iiiao Ini Poit I3> Wool Vlrilnla llallon .....n. .8.-856J MU 2-5103: ptret lioo caih. eu wood Phone 8BI.2240.
I Just look under IUTT5191S, blu. polo "
lively U1l.iiu. 124 Tracks Trolltri DISPLAY'
awlunsbsa POOL, portable .lecIrT.'l\oU ii' bi401 "la:
Musical slid 0,51 .In" MU 03100.pkiiocaz a2 KP Scott TWO BEDROOM cloee lower
Claislflcitlon 108. Lane .1... Filter Bun deck H \ RIchmond Road, Trad.wlnda 108 Pianos t Musical lost.OPICIAI. PONTIAC. oo.om.llc toss- .....Im.oa. 881 lacludee vtllltlec
PUPP'11I8 for .. .oil. l.3.1421 after 00ELECTROLUX Ita8 FORD Val Iron.
Instruments In Classified lnA.bOfl radio .nd beat.r 00.4nondilboto. make ...IIln. fuUitlM. Clark Realtr SILL YOUR CAR
Call .1411.. QACRIPICOACCOUNT movln i: olfor. Mark
$150. IIIV Tradlni Poet. 2'86 884-4031
now. : VACUUM cleanerLate BALI ot lib' Orand., I TO US
1M3 041 HP iTlorude: Bea Klni "Ioas.uP New Ttmpa Hlfhwar.
model With attachment, electric. like ..... 18 hour. Take Sins-en. C000clos arid Spinot.Roal Polo SALS 1010 ;;;: FOUR ROOMS, .....* apartmentBoreeaed WI PAY TOP M.ICIS FOR
$9 Livestock plus floor polliher Barsahi MS .. er sir enndlhiesed. 5.-I i. PRUEHAUP flat .....IIr.lI.r.Ith
DISPLAYFIIA ..miller motor trade 313 Bar b..alO. Soswo' lot 50011Pirlda ahano perch. Off etreet park I IIn.
CLASSIFIED __ Phone .0997PFAFP Street. Auburndal. Florida. WO I Call Poetor, MU (-3261: 1600 I. 14 llceni*. I486. MV I- .. ISO ...Ib. SIS w..a BelmarStreet. ANY CLIAN USIO CARS.

TRI TATS Posed.... artificial SEWINO ", ..lIln.. Ilk. 1-3115. YAMAHA ORANDpIano. etxmrntn 61 CADILLAC Sedan Dovlll. BlratalF -1 1660 or 113.3MS. ROSS LAKELAND
InMmlnatlon M per head 1 Ibw. only vied for roplr work I wned. Very clean Muit
trtlit bench Three >er* ONE BEDROOM lleenln porch MOTORS INC.
..nl.... semen Included 132] 144 Oakhlll alter t. 103 Furniture i Appliances .ild Lonnell Ion 100 Sooth ...lor.Id. .I'I *M to bollevo. l..5. Bo prepared RENTALS12Businsss f rut lloor nice BC,ihbernood: ,
9ho2. to fI Pose chopplni center liuiulr 1500 W. Mimwlol .
HEALTH VIBRATOR can bt u.ed Avenu aal 3191. Score or par ca h CaU eve 011 I *
FOR SALE 0-t Fatnorcon.
AVAILABLE POR ALE three milk ouwish. .IUt nrwlkkou 0 heat Coat 171, KEFRIOIItATORB. W A B B I R B BABY ORAND plana Mahoiantflnlitt -tins. alter I. (13 3711. ,Ie. MU 2-5111
CBS HUM..II .905555SAStOW toiletS far raliln Cal... Phone I Ii ulld once Mil for IJ6 101 EaitOranio heater, air conditional. etc All oood condition Oualltr 11161 LANCER, four door, while Places For RfRtMO CL..IIIJED OISPLAV

I ASIA MDMI MU 3ecosNEW. Street .make repaired .....pl ....." tills. ,0tS. SOI Cut OrM wills. radio. heater ....II.OL I

04-MMT1 use Carmen Ave. ONE 3 lit HP *..ol n. water pump enle. Bee u* for eood need appliance Street oondlll..n2018 SQ FT.
11.900 U' of .ucll..a bnoo. no' or .11110. pour Keleinator and \
1M1 CHIVY U 4-Door" I boo
i OFFICE
Horae dealer Nile Dae T.-*. FOR RENT
AUCTION .
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apriakl pipe .11.11.1
WINYIS HAVINI ASCUOP4.DALI inlim. siabdard abift I3O: lass Special
. $5
_._ u..d. Prioo $200. 118.-8.111. .. 1330 Au Dirndl* R4MD Walnut .Ir.... In Tucker. Dm Btora BunmrictJO I
ASIA HOMES '
8174 *42 Pared parkin In front
PER MONTH
M irrilJ III eaeh '.. SUNDAY 1 P.M. FREEZER: A ii ia.T'i: .1tUPrllhl 'PAIRLANE Ford four door, sod rein Temuo .1..... Ideal

1 110 (211 with and ttohment electric iwln 721 a VIabula ..a-*. conditioned VACUUM CLI.NIIII.now Rp.I.reDuIl". par"ro-. RENTS A NEW >.n*.owner. Oood condition |44I .lop doctor offir 01 mad calupplr 20 Ft. Crosby Fiberglas Boat
1 3111
.TU"NI' TO "MASKS sell or bu, here and let th* caih Or..I.ld 015.0th 1131 CIIO.I.od SPINET PIANO outlet Central heatini-
0*.:MI314 735 Inter-lake OrLekelano .. 9 automobiles at half prlre. Aanc >. 2.15114 II.d. NO .1.17 WILL TRADE WO model Will,. and air conditioning 1110 month 85 HP Mercury Motor
] I POCKET BILLIARD tablet. cOo* Jo00. In urollent ir Call T R. Tucker. Jr. Keel.lor .
condition wIth
0*.S1237IT foi O N Line. on bur or *ell. T.o loidi two enookrr ttbloi. all 1" tltl. TV BARGAINS Compleielr rebuilt RENTAL payments apply detachable for runaboutboiL MO 4-71T3.

MI3I3N Avon 1111 W Pe..IJth St, of hor.... Two load of forultora.Anthlc Modern .., *. ptk. now. corn .... Pr and.. itiartateed iBitallatloB tSM AlwanLakeland and to purchase price. Cartage motor camper and trailer el MUoloolu.

Lekelintf. of value Brim Ohs Mel leynoldi with Street enulwnent Plant 131 City PAnt 'I bail bur la sew or extra. This offer Is e. Phene MU I 1261 Complete with 1895

_SOLD-NOT 'V"ILA.U amll> and hive fun Follow the hone 753-4148. need TV *l Nile Dar TV. I33AI limited to families wish 1161 CHEVROLET: V.( 4DoorHardtoB traitor. ONLYADAM
N-1T4414lsmi Roan ParS rowd to .u..nd.l. Ro.d. 0.... alii 900pm BoLAIr. Automatic. radIo.heiSt. SHOP ATHOME
.*. (aS. Wolos' POSTS TREATED. or untreated. "U '-11'70EIO Ing to test their children's > .. Plrit 500. 407 Carver
"nmt kv ntep Ho"nO"21t102 26e UP B(3 JD9I or .(l 1850 Street
VefceTiner'Are ; I .T PIICII Chorrp mshoeanpdlnios musical abilityCANNON ,
"lirol W,nter Hive* P. G. GOFF AUCTION MAPLE BEDROOM eulte hld-..'' room .Ul.. Cull NU 53874 IMO PLYMOUTH four door. one
aStlao.o. Lake ne) bed coffee t.bls. apartment HMifrlierator iwner. power ....rlo.. bra'.. CAIN
".Mill? Lakeland LAKELAND FLORIDA wiSdom fan. haieockin MUSIC CO. aid tranimlaelon. Low 11I11...
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O'.h.UI 24I42IH I Labeled B rUw toaeter waffl Iron Call 3 I COMPLETE rooms good 303 So Florida 682.8145 EncoUent. condition. ('SO. MU 4-
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913111 or POs at 833 But
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I*.21MIII Birtow furniture SIM.91. Payments Open Friday Evenings and save Turn to the
SHETLAND PONY .Ith brIdle. ;
G'.h7UI W,00.r MlvenJ
CORY Ala. 4 ...... 101 lOPRadIo -USED .CARS-
l.001410 Bertev 0.42.1.. '71. Call MU 2.l1la.
chland AriaO..ln..HT only $11.50 per month. boater Sell a? trade for Classified Section for rest

County TWO YEAR old flap mar. KM MainMAKE 01'deroar, 505-3205.
01 Hint tike Wale II.d ehote and been wormed Al. MORE POLKTRADING 1959 BELAIR Chevrolet 4 door values offered to you by 1903 Gary Road Phone MU 8-3541
01 3 5t1U Beer,ne 10 eaddlo and bridle. MU (7060 I
'. illrk A't condition. S660 111
>* I4I4TI Lakeland' Lakeland inns
M M2T4rf Abotidui5 MART NEED AREPAIRMAN lasS Parker leading 41 Hock W... *f Chojrl, Lr*.* M.mrUI"

">*..1 I*>T Lake *.ne] 92 Wanted, livestock, Pill ; add Classified ads to MU 3-2044 Do It sow.CLASSIFID. I ,...r Plw. ..., New Auburn.! Hihwcf)
.iouior Wnt. Haven 117 AvtsmwBlits. WifitttJ
01 2M771T Auburnda'
sales staff Dial MU ----
WANnD' A few 411" eo\tl. '0' your
Contact lour Broker lIod. Will ? _<< : DIIPLA't -. -so-
Pip top Such priceowori 81151 for ad.writer LAROI FORMICA top table. 4 WANTED CLIAIf ear 45 50 '54Model. -
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PlOtiCti. Noceillo.. the Se I padded * ri, clout dr. Call NU .3M. r---" "- --- - ---- -
5tIn So ii P.rI, sod LaS. WILL TAKE: cattle In trad for today. din.U. table. kneehole d.., I .
PIsd, mOb.. mlii .., ii, P.3 Ford pickup with cattle bud,. Wrouahi iron lamp. atuailneact II PAY tnl S.b.os d00n .n W..n. ual oslo. 0537102.CLASsiFIED ash trap. Tub chair wa>hni I You will find a complete 00' under 17 model pleat call

".. ...nnn. I : DISPLAY CLASSIPIID, DISPLAY machine. electric heater Hating t of dependable MU 3-1114 /It Is Special A* Is Special
...- - Irket chair utllllr table. lampe CASH IN a flaib ear or pickup
;; = dlihee. illver picture. plilows.dm5.1. U or older Call l-.l... wild 11
service firms In Classified -
.. I.e Will patlereoaREFRIOIRATOR Sill\ vUwar. I (51 RDFulrl.s.50' 4-
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point, 4BBO: : LAROK Hot. today under 'Busi WANTED OLD lunk ears ar niwwreck 56 DODGE Coronet V., .. I I Door Hardtop. V4 a.f.-
I w.tld: muhui .. for caih Prompt lekap I
(31 SO iprlneimatchInc : Services"" Call. Back'a 113-111101. I met Ie
ness Door $00011.Powerfllto powir sttirlnj,
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I wa PAY .11 u. hook Sara.145CM $149 I brakes
SPRING IONS COMPLETE bedroom eultenliht :: ). Pros ploll Wit. TPoUI' heater powsr $500I

SPECIAL doubl etand bed MV ChesS..(48 ol*. drawer Iroo S Metal. In.. 4K3-J117 :I I III raau.heattr.1st .


i I _ CLASSOPLO OISPS.AY I CLAUI'IED OIIPLAY___ CLAtSIFItO DISPLAY"We _ _ _
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Have A Truck For "You" I 1961 COME SPECIAL!


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At A Price "You" Can Afford! DODGE I 'St Clean PLYMOUTH V.S 4.Dr. Station Wag.a.

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I '56 FORD 1/2 Ton Flat Bed $195 radio. $
. . . Pewsrfllte, 290
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'58 CMC 1/2 Ton Pickup e.sa5aSa 195 I radle heater F"


'59 FORD 1/2 Ton 295 tISSue
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'59 FORD !/ Ton Pickup . . . $595 $1095 MANY MORE TO


'60 FORD Y2 Ton 695 I
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'59 FORD y4 Ton Pickup . . . 895 i SELECT FROMWhile


'58 GMC Y2 Ton with utility body 895 I


'62 CHEVROLET 1/2 Ton Pickup $995 Shopping Take a Good Look At The



'52 CHEVROLET 11/2 Ton Cob sd. CK.*.,.. $395 ALL NEW COMPACT TRUCK by DODGE


'53 CHEVROLET 1 Ton Stake . $595



PH5YE a0000. '57 CHEVROLETTractor . . 1295 1964 DODGE DART 1830
. . 2.Deer Sedan. ...........

'58 FORD C800 Tractor $2295
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SPORTS CAR OR SPORTS SEDAN '62 FORD F600H Tractor . . . 2995 342205 4-DOOR FULL SEDAN SIZE V-8 DODGE



YOUR CHOICE TWO MORE TO GO sate Sot Prlc. I

1964 Model Factory Air.
'64 CHEVROLET Va Ton Pickup $2918

5 tires and wheels with rear bumper. Trades Accepted.


NEW IT85 NEW 1964 TAGS FURNISHED ON ALL ABOVE UNITS


1964 \ RQE.; Many many mere good boys *. cheese rsm-N RtasonabU Offer Rsfustd.CaH It's No Ballle To Trade Wfffi

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PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS PENDARVISCHEVROLET I 302 WEST LEMON I


TRUCK CENTER Died Car Phone MU 3.4591 New Car Phono 6823135u
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RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE (* REAL ESTATE LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, April U, INI-----.!17CLASBirilD r


129 finlshe. AI111n.llh 1)0 teallst0f Hewes HI UnfamltM Aparts.LINCOtn W Udh nilih.d Hisses 144 Acrag, Lots For Sale j 144 Ferns, Crevts, Ranch J 14ilucerne. PropertyTWO 1, DISPLAY CLASIIFIID DISPLAY


adman CONVKWlBICTtT daplti. Water LOCATED .... EXTRA KICB tea atdraoa d... COOBT .0011.. ....."3 B 4raa I bat* MM Crntal .ltA tmruL HOMESITE: : *?... S( ACHES roar old artnttrow <. OOPLBZEB four apart
(uminti rat (3500 furaUht ..Ie.. ooo. AIM turaltbad the f...laDd.. natal tor ..I.... pntUa. Lap, til*00. lootint Lk 01...... Wtttr. pi*. Enlltal poWBtltl t" 000 aaul kllchta faraith. Air,
put MMBBIIB. i- 51OARAOB meatal>. room eat***. (. Clara RtaltT. Horta Uaoal and WaH Tth 1 Btdnom I bUi cratm1 porchrani .4 .....10, laka arott Private .lUi lo nar ,.."' .. Call Rod ooBdlUOM' Exultant' ...... M'
"*-1031. 110 04354 * otto BtBr CrriUlUko boot ...1.. ramp $02.440. RkY IyS ....am. 0r.5bts6a31tl54 Itm11p15l, Phta Mt-oail 1 PUBLIC
APARTMBfT, llot. 3 BKDKOOM I. '. clowla.frttaid MODERN T1Ialla: name .leol.1o M*.00. ON4 ACRB with hoaM" AUCTION
.III. tarn room. Larl..ct..d poreEts. nctlloat "ooto- 511h50. hit IIDtIa IrosN 11_ 3 Bdroom Mar i..rt Wilds. frtfl! 3.1I.1th.i... W U1 PKONTAOB. two II..... ta
t" fib. 130 5/HOl6 m 11'... loraiioa. Mtaial an aaanaloto tar sops .l.$5. doaolawa MOO. R. Wllliami.: : 606.16.LAIUIRONT Industrial aoaiaf ..... RtdutadLtahr.
iua Y, MV 3-330J .. $1,250 PER ACRE aoeI.... 710 Martb Mat 1
Adaiu. U44I1.. I sxir m 5501 WINS rtnttliooo PROP1PTT IIscrn i ? SUN. APRIL 26 1 PM

tAxnll" T151I roemn MODERN.....1' luraUhtd TWO, kodraom coal .ulri,..""...... Alii CONClnO/lIll: 551055 ........ J Bntroom. TlorldB room, rantt *. w. R tor 1I11.m.$40 000. K-113 N. r Polk; dlq, 117 Art In *ro... SO Bert aialurod 11-4341 AND
Coups 1101. .111I ..I... ....... tlilrlei, ,_.. 1.54 5 5 .. .1..11. $11115. 107 aero a., rar aid, OPLBX. c.. 100 N. r" 5.51
I.. part ,151 331 W. -.a., 0104. 42.55. Uw (00- $4W1 he ..... 565 10,4 well 1 trlnrSlnr Ro,10.Id5 1131 00 LAKELAND HIGHLANDS, 75.3Miih KI.b... trtnutt, Irrltattoa, toadblaom aIdS. *ot"/ Ios.Uoo, will ..." MON. APRIL 27 10 AM
Uta uil(7.OT UI Char' Urt. RUDY MtALTORIU1 30 kli fruit' trtt (3100 plui 311 aerat ol awn aiort...t. Owntr a.-HM)0.
KEFRONT rUHMIIHED: bout. B MtmorlBl llvdt Call Rtd Bl>k dan II-S711 ,land. P.... SIM.000. 10' .....
> TWO rouse.1 Vhrhta ..41 wtttr. CIIU-... aaapld CENTRAL: AIR tondltlanlai and >hon. '''-1I0T Iii, urns tnlriit HO-H08. N*. 14 CoU Jim. ......* .llt HOME-INCOME. Prtptrtr for solo 11!
..100534...,. UB.M lira .near itrwi tin. < Call altar I p.w. wtakdan -htatiB_.,,1401 Il1h.5.lt rots _"*. ... TWO BEDROOM quilt" Hillhbot- T R. Tuckw .tiiuita, ... kallt-la ,
.kI.. MU1330. hoed polo, lens card. On Lakearkw (- room bomt with Plorldtroom Complete LiquidationOf
Rttlrod ., kutlnoiimaa .l2- *t* "01., BtUltn roan.r>( Art Bin. 113.1110. 1114 Bait Lakt U.S. 98 & 1-4 I and two btdroomt. AU Iwo
nJlUIIISItD coil .
ml now holes n. It. .1. .. .12..1. Perks. four raom tptrunrnu *ad dew
""N.. DO YOU WANT a.l1d. hsu15 sod sir 1510145.. /56.5111 Close to this busy Intersection ble I ....... Oood P.... .......' Of
I. far "., bo ..,. wa.I or MONEY GROVE R 5115 ( for llntnclni.' Gill6H375
1 Blct four roam furalthtd ....... itatk. MO SMMNIARLT DELUXE SOUTHSIDE REAL ESTATE we have a nice high after ( p m. II III & Ella's

..... 1 hat .... la laod localloa. NEW.: thrto ktdraaai.! APARTMENT and dry tract with 200 feet 10 ...... ........ 110 Valtnolt AM ..... mutt MU Otis flti' Swap ShopLocated
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.1_ to ...,..?. &........ Ir( (Tirraiaa riaan. carport. Niea- 144 Acr.aga, lets Mr Sole on U. S. Hwy. 98. 3(1 calls li( Maria or IK oolt kpirtmtat houtt, complttolrlrBiriiod
"r" sod 55553.. Sic. >ar.. Call 00. urnlabN. RMpanHbla Adults OB of SOS Inn two btdrooaitpartmtnu Duncan OF. Ptlrt. ono S3,.ISO pr and rtnttd BOW for I
T O Tavatm Mraltor, (MIX la aa *iclltal loft Two & On. Half Miles
Jl 50ly. LAND BOT-1010 Bam tamb1MN4 war Baltnot10 rttrt No (3 I 1(0 month Full piles far in...-
HARRY HALDEN I tioa Oak floors air toadltlonodtlMtrla .. R. M. MARLER Call Jim rowan vim, T: K. 1
,.... Tuck- thin I (7100 If Inttrttud
.. plow 000 (or aura romp
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193 Bout TWUB. AM. MO 141. (Air taadiuaatd BOOMS .Seals..".... Waodart .leIb.alur S. .1. K. i. Ute aero aattla ....ela. Prior sad ill, Jr. lUtltor, (..-T177. M 014 Norm Nt* Vtrk. *:* Mr.tall I S. of AVON PARK, FLA
55555 Porn mint adult*41:1: cr oai fani- >*d. Corral and laadtBf & SON : Bwntr. j I On Hwy. 27
P65-it.... 5535044.REDUCED MU 2-8334 claw i l por 'aora. SO 5555.onl7 .
LWLA .00to" lUrLKZ. CORNER lot. SusowAS. !ib
.701 E. (0 hiad I88OO at. I1SOO.down. toll 300(60 tiers ooo'1 I.oa 1. Mus ... 11.I..811 147 Interne PoprtyCOLORED .mut *ad Park Uttt, Bhawla Form Bells Wood Stores Tools .
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BOtmUIDB
TO HS MONTH APARTMENT: OBtoMlraon .... ..
.EuJ tlln room. ...lelt.. 1000 or?... foil mlltt from Crprttt .1 I "pOlol. NIP Ption .I
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Bxtra Ian YEAR AROUND All 0....... OB. blihwtirroatan 145 Bushiest 7130TWO
two bid room Ills boll Oak flatn, allroom Property INCOME Wheals Rtcord An-
..... Wagon Platen -
katlu WVh Sun. loll (7(0 pop Ski
taparala duiloi tioctrt kltthtaDltaa. PORNUHBD ..
roomaKani : aprtm ttBd
.j 3 Btdrtaaii dlaln' ll.. L. oardanrDick .
raom (,.. R. 0. UU tr R.
alcalr 483-1334
furalthtd wilb I aw I... room til '. RSIIIDENTIAI. COMMER: C I A L..ndu.III" 307-30 Wilt QulBcr BtrtakwparaM i kttutllui Itrtt homo OB 3 I
alctrla kltba6110 But Mail
tat aad saw ,* ural ho4, tarait 1- with tub lard ahawarUna .....*. MU R.titr MM.rORB toil. 10'". utti all ....... Mtl BOUWI OB* r.nl.d tlK jt* *utild* tilt, Ntar Kathlton1Hlih tiqut Clattwaro Jewelry Guni Radial >
(M a w BBta. Call Lars Tr..... atroaaod .. 119 Ujf.ra1shsd' Nensts (- Rudy .. ..,. 1(11 B. Mimorla) '( par .art old Uia tlhir antrtattd Bo sure and ... thu. MOCLAtilFICD
..Itk 1. R Tw..,. Jr. R.iltoat raid locatod tamk arporwtpaelaua LAND 400 aim Bl>d. .*.--4107 It (13 par _.. Don't ...a.. TVi Furniture Ma
In Mon Sewing
M-7173 .. trialett U-1SSI.!Acrot. Ptioa. Wtlktr U-ai MODERN: TWO btdroom ..pl.. load toll. .... tlmb.. tomlItara INDUSTRIAL TRACT IdjolBraft ... :.lit thu .......n. ..._ total I -
'..-411.. or ea.-otn Ntar ttorta and wheel. (78 ( *. II." Plant alo. OaJr ....... ,prlr Ctll [ill Traatut at MilITtll DISPLAY
tppraklmtlily KAert .. chines & Glassware of All Kinds Hun..
oath. (t* sass till BoutfeALOO ISO P.r ors Ttrmt l... down T R Tucktr, ir. ..ul.tar plut
REDUCED TO $40 TWO .WROO" Ienth.d 040.0 Tona..... But R U 0....... R. C. Loll trRr John Biihvar.i. Drools Railroad, ","..r.MO(000 II- at MO 4.1117.HOUSEHOLD.

YEAR AROUND 1-ooao for not or. MO.06 o-o...rr.'." Coq IIU' 1 atdrooax PAST Uol lurnltbod Rude. BtaltarONPUBNUHBO S ass lOll tart O. "'?Mal 1.' at, show Dick(((Rtaltr.(illI .103 16Ft.Stardust drtdi of Item too Numerous to Mention.

1 roam* (Utt floor local1 OB TWO .mROO...... Boat .. toll 1111 &ill ....orlol ...... 5410 FlY ACRI .:..... $U dova.aioBta 13. S. FLA. AVE.FRONTAGE .
Bouta latrahaai Prl ai. kath Juil am .if .1... Clot t* *tar.1 1IO'r. Mal Rod Rtaltar. 1U1B SHOW CASES-3000' SHELVING
and aauaaeta- oltai sad leer ON .b..1 ..... MMDBMal .,... MO 44I01anil GOODS
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lari roomt-olt .... patklafnan ktd-
'"'0 BBDROOMa. ..... elves: -... carport S MorU tehaol. OROYE LAND .0 arms 515. SO ft,-firlni sill IB 100 block
w.".. I3-OS2*-(UOIUr ....... lawr ..... Boar 511055255.trt.555r15.5. .!o.ihttlt.. (:.ec:1: Carollaa i and....OshA 01011..u'lIlII LoI.I..d bill 110. nod lose" ,. pilot tiatoo II told' *t ontt aulaatd with T( MP 5.55solo. .
ao-4071 ar 0 COL. BOB BAXLA
.12 0I31 ckurahM. (71 rrlot (ISO par acra. TtrmiNft Lanai lor proliuloBi tad offlott: MOVE FASTwhen . M.... tilt. triiwr, .
elude, ..ur. 5534154.WILL. **. MOO1KM tva _..... dibtin. down. 150 I&. U OardaarR. Roar. 1l.0541.
Tau ROOMS tad aath. Mraa. HABB k.ol b.Ia'i tiKtrit kltcaiB. 4(1-3140 ar C.L.uaw54K. lalso05k' P.O. Box 1412 AUCTIONHR
floor, anr (tor* tad .... AdiUU mr > I
sal" MU -412S. ails mitfdl pod lad.. .. 481tMlHOUI Mraltr. IOU Bait Yale. Lakeland you advertise themIn 1295
COBTaBIOIIM (SO BlDBth. CLEAN TWO -.... .... Phono .*.-11 31. Clautfled. To For Further Information On This Solo
o A R A O. APARTMKNT, thrttklotkt J83.. m Ooutri TtBBntj*. one 6Moo4 doe 1 tins get more
I... tltr bail Ill BM.. AIR OONDITIONBO brake' > taaulra (:JO ........1..1 COMBBB Road MANOR 70'till Iota'. CH HardlnComon valor - 146 Farms, Groves, Ranchos business fast dial MU Complofo. Contort ...1.'. Auction Galltrlo.

fear ar...... Adult B* att*. 713 "'..... .1... trim't and tlUir TWO BECKOOM: CB b._. $ and olottrltltT 11.\11., Sims 4161 Hwy 92 W. Lak.lon.' Flo.
beat La,. AT*. I IDl ..'1"1.. tdttlu. no ..... 1341 "U dtcorawd throiiibout WauruniliBtd ..... for .a.h. Sl-4171. P O. 05 ACREB IB 11 nor old '"". 4 6-1151 for an ad-writer.
ranl..oed. 1 .. acrtt of tktra woodtd hand. amtllHlfhwar DICK'S AUTO SALES Lokelond 686.9033
DIXI3LAND Ideal lot oeup'' 110 .th.. 110 Batk1MB CHOICB. BUILO1NO .".. ISO 1I4S. I.... froalai*. Dtilrakltorttloa ,
Call .v 1.4275 Or IIU 1-.101. (11 WBEK. doe coat ..". Raad Calf ... .111. dlrartlr aohiad 30M Clttoand ta at tubditldtd. moat I 1011 I. M.III MU 1.,10
...... CI... to Bl><. LlTlnt. now S MALL 110"11011:. rout ..100 ..uOld. \ '' BolikU .,.... Call MU I0 MU 913(1promntntt. LAISIFIOD ,
SPACIOUS TRRBB raaat ....... dlalBi-kltrkat. ooaiblBitlaB. Bdkalk > Coq ftl.It.... 110 '. ll. MU B-J470 DIS.LAV ,.
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IOOERN: TWO ardraan .....1... for II *00 JohaI bedroom hems. KM.000.
trio I THan ROOM .*ttat. Clma taMontaonwrr Bltthoa applltBtn and Sits I ......... U. W. ...1... (SO4101 Clark Ritltr40.11. i'I
FOUR ROOMS, two SorcIt. onatrtontd. Wardt. ........... 5....I.b.... UU J.3HOK .
tool tomlorublt. Mctlltot MU O..OOS. (10 Bttt Oak Btfoot. THRItIt WEEKDAYS 9 to 9 SATURDAY 9 to 6
11I)110O.: tu55rl CttS 30 A GROVE I
for eouplt, limit ..,.., I 1
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BEDROOM Florida roomkdram ; ill 1.p A. a.. .. C.II UU I0"1.
Maid wnlc. horns tookod ...".' I rattaca ntar BoanMl . Robinson Pines I. ACRES kiirin*, lo serve In
atallatlt. 4(0-4371. I I ....,. 1837 B. Memorial 411. I""nan. AU on tour. Oond crop
1107. MARVBUNB: Modtr* CB Valencia' trap ton wit ......1"1
111 BOOTH I.... Cloto M TwptrUaonU .' ham*. Bift U'". aultt tottlo*. tot 1101.(Ml All oil'. ktlllUMp ,Acrot Unprond ptiturt, .
I lam ,.... sub' Clark ....... Ma-4031 ..td itnoia. Larn U tlO(. loU. ...... taultmrnt tnid
vita prl.il* ktUi. olr aaadl UI F.r Dint, Mlictllantevi ... Bit, ihadt tr.M. 4 alockt w.ilol tan writ 1(3 SOO ant 117 too
CLEAN: .
"...... sloe. ...... lUt TWO.s.Wati. btra CB Blot.BOUM Call Wtbai oa HUhltBd (&. Call 1 dos. JOHN MITCHELL: Biallorl .
OARAOB APARTMENT, tlOM IBacrat .1 TWO BEDROOM tolls, prlTat Lulll .,. T R. Tailor, Jr. Frailer.T171 le 5600 B Florida Art M-1114 or'I MERCURY STOCK
(ram UltphoB kulldln 10' Puraithtd ) ktdraom 1001156.Chess INrURNISHED THREE'b.droom or (tap kr III N. M..5.A (11401It I

four nan*. 491 .... ........ ill i MU ,...31. matoBrr ..":.. (So. Aba two ... TuU.r 35314101.YOU'LL ACRES: Valtncla. Diet I
Bcuth TttntMttBACHELOR HAIUER UNDER I.... sop. !droom htuat, 30. Shoal MO'IVE rap iBcludm (loo ooo iron I pets
APARTMENT tat .IMP. lour and child TJttllUMuralthtd. ,,1.1JIt.! alma. Call Rid (Uk. dar lt-
lant raoau. tltetrlt kllrhta, pttlwith U-IBOS or ....1110. FOR Mil .r nat. 10.... 2711. ....In.. (((-1(01CCAMIPIf '
. ... od at c..,.,'s Co.... a* Lust -
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*. MU 1-3334. (13 but 111 Mobile Hemtt Dol... Phew MO (-41SJtetola. O DISPLAY I I

.... COLaRItD 'ot' 5454 tins room.sd REDUCTION SALE !
IDEAL POR tmolortd a i. or CLEAN. MODERN ,.....bl **..... Thrtt rooms. porch Imwultu. ...'10... ... .". O0N II.... ._ ROOM b.... aril prrttntdrrh '59 Chevrolet
tlr caadlnonad. CtrptUad Outer ULtINr lunl.A d, .... I I. . ...._ Buwtt* and
DtlltltBd M143KKEDBCORATED 110'1 53.42. "'03111.. ... SJ1 Pill .....,. rail MlSll RICHwith ConvertibleAuromotld
Owl podroom. TWO BEDROOM *( xlC trtlltrdutiful . fawn 134 Bait farkIS
... I ( laadtrtnln*. AdulU etas
parch, cool ahadrd CloMao
.."' .. rtl.*.. 10 north Plertda. rronimitilon,
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BOOTH
a bas Adult, Pbon MO (- LloctlB. Adult, twatedraoni. the cash get for
5731. MO111. britttwar, ....**.. JotMaraluto you roo'io, h..'.,. Ilua! with
NICE TWO atdrtoa ruler, Ilihl Realtor, (1-1314 no longer needed things '
ttar luraitlwd UtiBdrr farmtitt '81. PUTIIAU: A..u. Pt.. rant.sot. whit top.
REDUCED TO $30
..atltklt. But II.., toot hot .. ... I.... prehl1 sell with Classified
YEAR AROUND Ntrth Pl.riot. US-loll. ..... MO 1-8'8' you '
MODERN: TWO ottfroom .. Pro.Sail ads. Dial MU 81191 to 899DICK'S
01.1..10 .11101....,_... Ctrl lot kiautiful Itka tw,.
Oaatar oa Bait Ortnit -pnktUi child. aa MU. Call MU4311. (34: CTVITAM . I room 1I,
and antraBtt. milt' ptrtoa lath S: bedroom! bullt-l ..n.. place your want ad. i iCLAIII.O
.r tounla .1,.
114 Mobilhorns Lets aod aria Cell htaU (OS 00 moathCIVITAN AUTO SALES

56565 Welk.. .2-.12-.11-41. 2821 . ( room* :]
55 .3.oe31 SOAPY tOTB, .b..III........ mod.ra 'Mdroomt nor Id* roam H, 1011 t. Molit MU 2-1410
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ta4ltl.01.50 rtitraomtUiavtn
130 ralihtd HOY/1 aad I........ a... r... 55100 Bulll-la rtnti ltd t..a. OtPLA.Y
al trallrra Thrtt mtln Bait IIPhana CtU boil loo Kooib

TWO BBOROOM kmt Adtllttolr MI-4O4
Ka ..... MafmnM*. lOa LABB BOMNT Patir Btar MaWl ABBOTT HECKES CO.
_.." ptrmtatot ..01....*. K3 1_. Park Not visas latt IBUktlaBd -
Bait .al.Bclt. mb and drr MuBklpal 4
alattn ....' SOd MIttr ... Btaltor LMLA
TWO BEDROOM tomplltolfurnUbtd .. 140. ku Iles. Blockatw 1 117 B. Test Art. MO ...133 ,
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41* Witt Btlmtr (( Ora.t Park hoppia"* Otator. .
i par ..0"'. Drir*. .,. thu sill Good Uk tltklto sad koaw ,
It C. ....., Dirk R.tltr. IOU SOUTH BIDE. two ptdroomt
a put M.... pb.a* MOHi. 101 Lak Small* Drift 0510. 1140 MU 1-7473 North Crrital I..'it IITIIII krta' (lo.. ltd ...' LUXUIIOUI W.TlUIOHT APT/
S 'rtttrator furaithtd. (10 moatbRAWLO MEW 1964 COMETS
.. I9U WMER lct tva btdraom. LAROB PIUVATB tralltr lot. OB MU 100JU. letldlI.IY11trNpccuMYI
135551uw11(, A."'",. B* ptu bus Un* Alto Chlldrta vtlcaai*
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MO0007 PARR 1041 Woodland ..IATUUSCOM'U"
.IIN. MO.
..vCtlAN . 1104 CotOBlBl. IBII II'IMI. A...... TI... b..'....*. barkItnrad IIClIATlON INTlICOM.oo.MIN.IUM
vied (71 eat call
: POUR now duplis, lrporch .. 115 Reemt For ...? ...U17118.. -
tanTtalint lootloo ....,
S adult*. tlJ-uai. ISOa ....d TWO BEDROOM hou.tUontlMlla lilT D04d ... P555 P alloy T. Stoop Ap.ds.oaO NEW 1964 MERCURVSMI964MNCOIM
LARO aGOII. 51045. Ill A'.,
Nu Nttr tohaol and .
5 MO.IIWof
Plus .m AND 141 PSI
PROM "
00..11.... Pnfl.lN r 111 lot but lint. (70 ....UI. Mews krippolntmtal.
TWO BEDROOMS .aloctrl klttha wift. Prtea .......11. MU 1-1341 . Phon (3-OOI AM I-"oIIr 500. Or W 5556 .. W.2./
. ,BIt Biontk MO-MM .Mkart NICI CLEAN roots. sloes 1015led. TW 9105.0050 ;;-ILA-;;;& 0,5 Sr, Sad 1..556 II ....... $50
I ..
after 0, aU dtj HtudapI c.n IIV HU' U.O Laves ...... MU 1..11.
aad (uadtrrOTTAOB. W. UII UKlI DI. CONTINENTAL
: Ides CORPORATION CARS
I LOVELT ic iHlII---: ;;;;;; ;Prt- THREB ROOM toll***, but atnpud 755 N, elf 56550.1 614,153. elAl5.50541.
I (30 Otctola. DMlraklfir 5414 ..11...... prlvala lets 561.- (7 rook. Dr, phont '.2. .... -
*.*II.plt. bar 022.lad Qultt.....ktithkorhood .. Btftraof '. phaaa. lal lor ..1.....*, til I.BaU..,. Bltht IM-I217. (3d North /
I *. MaUMDUPLBX 87*IW Ids -- Mwp lady

I 1HRBB rooms aad k.thUthta O R K I N O .GENTLEMAN..:.... prtfomd. USE 1EDGEA NNNA.rMt *
Lens. furBlibtdoom
*
: and astir furaltkod I : Prlttlt tatrtnet, $300 T700
prlttukatk Off!
at month. Coratr Lak Artaaaad
R..oo. MO 1-9I3O. roots. RoawBakla rat*. MU cusumoCLAlFliO ADS M.5A Wrr/nal Ces1..11Sam sod Aaa.P/r A565mw to I
0,2455 '1104'101 dot phono ritit wn* towel 05505555350 h 555. 1. Ma.
TWO NICI homia. Ill
Rut North, 111 Nwtk Uk. Ma(71 MICE MVILT: luafl kom. 101 _oir LAV -----.-- - -
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Marlh Koaturkr Aftnu Flao
Clark ""I,. SM-4031. *
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4115 .IIIe.. kir sly park
.. POR Tel alurlmlBtUBt. ... da- MU IM4SIOOMM .
Ian H raom k**>ta. BoutbiU .
(1SO-I17I CI. ..1" (104031CONVBNIINT BRERZB '
(115 with 0.254 ot.m
r 'kr:
DOWNTOWN tat.ta M.lrt (I >' i: TRADE NOW
. .
troth (I37I4SC1OOB
k"d
** lor adult llflao room -"
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roam, tlartrl* kllchm, let, 40Boaib Wi'Tow"I. ... ... naot rte WHILE WE NEED
TIBBOHOO A...... ... M ..... 111 Bouth Mow USED CARS

CLASslrllD DISPLAY_ ROOM Trl..W-1Wd.AND koard. sod bo... fIdorl .I TOMLINSON'SLOT / Tske Advantage of Our YsurlyAnnue

? ladr .. mu with adultamuy
f Rtataaakl. M1-M7I $ luv.ntory Adlustminl

UNDERSEVEN I
,13a KMMI With Beard DISCOUNTS ?

HUNDRED BOARD Wmi ....b.. t* .e e CLUB w .
OF . .
] COUNTRY
'Ttltfliloa roam rUataaakl 711Bait
srA
DOLLARS Oak Btrttt SAFE BUY USED CARS ;, r S E

tad da* trimpartttionattacked C t4INNIHIAtti tOn D

l 5565. awn and. ahoa.awala* .*ohookodl .... ra '62 CADILLAC Fleetwood. White, black and whit 547 LINCOLN ,, DEIVERy GROuOALTOSY
rail .. (ho .;e.., priaal. I al0AM0. : assts
interior. Complete factory power AI
$3795
00 rALCON Tudar BaluBB. $4575 "'
equipment and air conditioner DIIIAC FaaP

M VALIANT$679 d.Baar. Badia IHRt'S NI [ [ '62 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Holiday Sedon. Radio, 559 FLEETWOOD.urn LooNCIi N oN ALL MODELS 's+AMfACOAP' Iv7re"fpus. r

.".$599 i heater, power steering, brakes, hydramatic, 'LIKL $1695.T I SEDAN oh;' $24 5

and air conditioning. SEDAN AND
CNEV
710 BUICK Baotial. A.bm5tt0 I I Extra clean $2795 aS9 llNEOIN INr/1101, ,.
Ont twfxr til 1 sal tar. NIA 'n
*

tl BBMAWtT$599 OauaHlaa *.. NOTHING '62 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4-Door Sedon. Radio, ,1101 p 1O51 WITH AI$14951. CONVERT ; WOe' RA NO 9s

151. '.tr.. ..... ...... hooter steering, brakes, electric window Iw
$699 power al CN1VO NI.ArI., WAGONS s.rAAMgEA 5 $ ,
and seats, hydramatic end Avt5A01. ,
$2695 a
LINCOLM 4-Baar Bodiii. .,
f
Pull **wor. O..t wnr, *rKM air conditioning . . . . oTIA aMT II29S ;i N, SS9
1 O RQRD
$399 LIKE[ '60 CADILLAC Sedan DeYille. Full power equip Others HARDTOPS AN5
Many
ewtVBOltT 45505. '.$29
II AVTON'pt
..... merit and air .521 $
tandardl ." $2695 From " ; *
; iRAr
$99 conditioning . . . . . . . To choose Z DOORS CNEV ..

tT- IAlscu99 dr lard a home of your own! Seetactay' '60 BUICK LaSabre 4-Door. Heater, power steerIng STIN J ,..

brakes, automatic $"I O O C : ;A 4-DOORS y 4 S1UDEgdANa,/ej A7.

... PlAY (**". .* "Iee to Clasalflod "Home transmission . . . . \ uf i es
54255,5 . . + 5 r. J: c- !<. e w! 1Q ENOA oEA
.55539911.5Frank for Sale" NOW for outstanding S9!
Nl ITI lN,
59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Complete factory RA

value power equipment. Extra clean' $O1QEZon
Foster (
owner . 7af I95DOWt

MOTOR SALES '59 FORD Foirlone 500 Hardtop Coupe. Radio,

Hit I.*. Main St. heater, power steering and $895 approved! credit pain you

CLAIIIPIID. _0155LAY automatic transmission . . .

'59 CHEVROLET BelAir 4-Door V-8, radio, heater behind file wliocl with on

power steering, brakes, Power- $995 that"up of bank rate flnnm-lng!

GK glide. Extra clean . . . . .

"" '57 CADILLAC Sedan DaVille. Complete Factory

OVER power equipment and air condition- $995 COMET PRICES START AT

Ing. Extr9' sharp . . . . . W

'56 OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday Sedan. Heater,

200 power brakes, hydramatic. $595 $188900a Lqe d .

One owner . . . .

CARSTO Full Price Delivered Moo1*! Oil

MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM

FROM See cue el thus <*.rf.tvi iitttmtmU ,
CHOOSE

W...., Slfm Kkkoro1** Arfy Tolbot '.nto. Horroll CLAUDE JENKINSLINCOLNMERCURY




PENDARVISCHEVROLET CO. M. P. TOMLINSON CO.



310 Ne. Florida Ate.Laktlend CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE VOLVO

"JieeeVarftrf fer fl.e/ify end Valve for Over 21 Inn"

5t;! 938 East Main St. X\ Phone MU 2-7173

941 East Main St. Lakeland Phone 6826151I



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I;18 _LAKELAND: LEDGER: Friday-_.-,-April---24,1561--! -- REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ('--_:: --

i* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
153 Houses For Sols i 153 Houses For Sat i

:143 Watirfront Property 151 Real Estate ExchangeWILL H*w TWO tearoom Noah IU.d>! REASONABLE: : OWNU: t Opirn.ot "
PENDARVIS for Immtdloto oeeupoiKF 1100,dose TO,.. .pedroonutwo .1
'SACRinCB CEDAR etbln. IXCHANOC: I eedroom du- a. It Uv ni ort, oellt-lo ronionine : full oothe, lorio riorldo ADAM CAIN
'3(50 I oea-ooo novel ljBoiue. .. ptas kporlmoM in JOCIMHIVIIU fortlm115. ; window, full till o iirrreue : room. t cor oorport crick One.
TtM C..D or tams property In Lokolond floors. orrotnod portsPrlrod ., flan old PIt... MO' t-430 orUU
La... .tote from ..... I* off am 113.ooo ..n.. Coir .lo-awa (orfurntlloo Ot 118000 son somann1 s 1-tscerOKrCUHUD '
. din Croon, A."'-10MHld..f. e/t.r N low do. pumontoo KXPO8 I*0 I')'
S ejllee .Noru w .v mike Cue MOO dillit tJue Aeree fceraol
TRADE81 H
o. 301. Wood and welerlM '.m' Call W.... tGdu.tot .ml K..W."."1.. Par informitlol Mil t'tn Mw.' Mol Ruar Ktoller mutt Leidona'. IM7 I Iron Mooiorlol -
CHEVROLET 100 FT teltfronl. ..II.. .e.lat R..I'or.S.rhan.o,. 8\-31l>l dl. CT 4-iail or DM Win.... BIN 0184107CLABBIFIBD 1903 GARY ROAD
LekeUn eo L... H.ichln.h WII.LTRiD..li.hon ; 4 CT J-U3J
DISPLAY"
Lan tot for olo o( 4600 NISNad Mdroomo, I kothi. double .rporl i.03 ITAU..TON. AVENU. lie- .
d rr. C.n .. a, tool to KU.itinm for 10' wldo houwtrailor .1677Weil duce Corn.. lot. Ib," bedrooms.
LAKELAND .. or IoCt.1. 6, R C. Lou. Lono. Clo.73SS. '.0 5.1X5. worlds 'OOID. 0,51151.Ir ,
R. U Gardner I L. Bnko: or Bud and heat ...2.1021.IIOUTBlilDI .
UU M Dlrto !to.It,. 1011 ttJt 152 Real Estate Wanted MCW: OUUlOe ell,. '60 MG's
Mme *t. Ph... MO 45171.WATERFRONT _ tit.. brdreoue that will tape USED CARS
twin Soda Wolilnf OUtonceipplnr.
200 ! LOTS LIST sod olrntnlerr Mhoel 1
YOURPROPERTY ,... One RedOne
I $1000 Down An Huh ilrool Wtut from Wlndnor 55515.0,1dale utrs.t.Ott ll I Black Wo. of Charle Ion** Memorial
$10.00 Month WITH US South Lincoln Annuo Moduliindtr White Power Plant New Auaurndol Hikway)
conniruction Pull Intormo-
CLEAN CARS IN STOCK Choice of river, lake or If 'ShortY Ton"t SELL!: It BURN ten toll .fur I p m. 6oo-..ie1HRII SPECIAL
IT DOWN
H
L.Bhorlll Pilm.
canal front lots Ideal fora .r. Realtor. LMLA 204 S. Tin.ntueo : BEDROOM CB II.. niw.
weekend cottage. Highland Avcave Phono MO' 9,S173 corner Im oil b.... condltionmi PHONE MU 8.3541
10.5, to B. Tons A'.. Parkin PHA. Widow Salon norm MJnji $999DICK'S
FROM $99 to $4995 big trees. Only 45 Lot ,
minutes from Lakeland. 9I FOR BALC br owner. Two Sod.room .
miles north of Dade WB OBT: mullet' NOM unionlolo CB SUiwMrrr Bill (......
City Jill Btrowlwrra Lono. Lot MS i AUTO SALES
I for nnuu Mel' Rude R..I!
,on 301 at TALISMAN. tor 1837 Bus Memorial' W-4101 Its Prlco (4 500 Phono ATwttor4eBM '64 BUICK llectra 4-Door Hardtop C.pl.t.l"
"WE HAVE A CAR FOR YOU"fvery Open Sat. & Sun. I 153 Houses For Solo .1 Port ....d.DISPLAY. Plorlda.CLASSIFIED . _. loll I. Main MU 2.1610 nice loaded DISCOUNT With .."Ic. policy. With a J? 5 *5

0 --. 'r."I'II I asteve>r
:t TWO,... BBOROOM house with CORVAIR Manse Coupe. 4 in the floor Radio .
( of these a 0,4 porch Intro lot Sic 64
one
'/ !':; ,," :i i See the Business Oppor 606.2000.THOR mU outoldo. .it,. It 000 Phono INOX( 48' X 10' heater, whit .i... wall tires, tinted .!eiSorvica ..
with
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tunities" ads In today'spaper policy ? ?
J : ,4 S lint cars is BEDROOMS I*bath Ohio I ana .
for the best buys.CLASIFID Florida room air conditionedd .
.,,. .
0 ) priced to sell art' diittoblo are Real tociUoa bartoin Call tn 68.a. TWO BEDROOM $3595 '64 CHEVROLET Impale 2-Door Hardtop. ,ow...
I; '' 64 \ .- 4893 or 6 3-4B84 $350 Down 61.18 glide, V-B, power ttaerina, radio, ? ? ?
/ DISPLAY CLASSIFIED. _DISPLAY_ heater, whit .1... wall Sinn
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I ) '62 CORVAIRS and '64 FORD Colas) "500" 4-Door Soden. V-B,

MONZA .t M ON Z A S. 10 to PACEMAKER .- 56' X 10' Cruita-O-Matic. power ....i..., ,...io. hootr .
I choose from, 4 air conditioned Also prose policy D ? J)
PUBLIC AUCTION with this ana J o
I! Coupe-4 speed, radio, heater i' Doori ana 2 DOOM.
Standard transmit- $4995 '64 FORD Fairlana "500" 4-Doa Sedan. Cruiie
1 slam and automatic 218 WEST HULL STREET THREE BEDROOM O-Matlc V'B power .t..i..., radio, .heater,
$1 I white nda wall tl.... Service policy
995 + tranimlsilon - - - - ? ? ?
with thin on* .
i '63 CORVAIRS ((5 to Sale April, 25th. 10:00: A.M.

choose from.) RITZCRAFT 50'xlO'ONE '64 FORD XL "500. 2-Door Hardtop. ? ? p
1 Tremendous Discount '64 MONZA. low mile. Going for the last bld-a beautiful small rstire- Completely leaded Hat lory, policy o

Off list 'M; (;f'\., age. Big engine, ment cottage. Consisting of 3 rooms, with a $3849 '64 FORD Coloiie "500" 2-Door Hardtop Crime.
'. "t- automatic t r. n.- O-Matic V-l. power iteering. radio, heater,
'i'1J t >> ,< ; nice carport and utility room. All on a large lot.
; BEDROOM
. white" side wall ti..., alia with 77
.. T million.
: Jt, 0, ,. ?
;; : You must see this home to appreciate It, drive lervlc policy
'j
:' > ). 56 CHEVROLET BelAlr.
4""l'i"f"'f" ', \ out soon before solo day and look It over. If s
; .. Double sharp, V"8, '63 FORD Gole.io 500' 2-Door Hardtop. Deep
,
', '\; : ., t I.: \ automatic transmission the cutest cottage In town. Information phone red Crulie.OMati, V.5, power uttering,
'. I t' --JC- '< , radio, heater, whit tide wall $OOQC
white sidewall Auctioneer 686.0121.I .
k 3 .', .) AX7J
; .
tire Only
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",, ii', < ,;' '.'e'0 '63 TEMPEST Station 20% DEPOSIT ON SALE DAY I '61 CHEVROLET Impale-Do.. Hardtop. Pawar.
JI' II'On
>,'\ Wagon. 4 cylinder, I 1 I t i I I L (lid., V'B power steering, brakes. with rot-
OPEN HOUSE EVERY DAY tory air conditianlnf. radia and heater This
standard transmission car patten throughout SOQOC
Y" 59 radio and 1 N' / O Iyl. AyyJ,

hooter. Col. Jos. F. Sedmera 41.1. '61 FORD XL "500"* 2-Door Hardtop Cam.plerely .
59 PONTIAC. Beautiful loaded. Just like $2795
CHEVROLETS 1 white, contrasting new. Only
a Auctioneer. Rooltor- Liquidator
j Interior, full '63 FORD Golo.ie "500 4-Door Hardtop. White
power, automatic Imith Completely laaded V.1, Crul.e-0
2 Doors 4 Doors transmission. Mitic power ttcering. factory air condition
inf, radio, heater with 4 broad
trom ,"I 60 PLYMOUTH Fury new white; wall rirei i Only, $2395

11 automatic Sport. Full transmission power,. '63 FORD Golo.ie "500" 2-Door Hardtop. Cry i...
ii O'Matic V.B. .t..i"., ..d.., heater,
power
\;:t,,,,'.' $695 heater ,and radio white I 8 AM. Pl YM 0 T H'S 8 onl with I y anly. 9.000 ...il.,. 2495

., side wall tlr... i '
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> ,: < BK3 63 FORD Country Sedan Wagon 9 peooneer.Cruiio0Motic
f
j 62 CHEVY II Door.. V-1, power iteerinf. brake. ,
", fIII'4; Automatic transmission radio, hooter, conditioned i $2795
!'OI< \ I1.
lay, t o ', .. radio, 8 P. M. J4 DAYS whit side tiret, Only

\; ,I ',( 'f rf; ':I, ,', .v-;' heater and air con. d 4 '63 CHEVROLET Impel Coupe. Pawarilid, V.B,

o '. '. ,,,It , a j.44 . ; ditioning. power tteerinf, radia, hooter, $24 9 5
:. .' ft td whit wall tins. Only
,. : : '. .y.t'r: ,,.f' }; ;' 63 OLDSMOBILE F 8S S
\ . j Q'" ::6.i { >> Door.. Automatic '63 FALCON 4-Door Sod.. Fard-0-Motic. .di.,
'f -tl:: '<".1' transmission, pew Ar' hooter, white; tide wall. tiret Jmt $1995
eteeptionolly Only
< j or
r i : steering, powerbrakes
(t 63" ,: 1 factory air '62 CHEVROLET Impala Super Sport 2-Door
,. 1 conditioning Hardtop Powerjlido, V.B paws iteennf.. r*.
t, > 4 dia, hooter, A l local ana owner
I 63 CHEVROLET BI scayno .x cor with only M.000 milet. $2195
MERCURY 2.Door. Automatic .
'62 FORD XL "500"' Caovertllle, Power tteermo,

; COMETS power transmission stJ' ..,. Only broken, radio, .hooter. $19 9 5

Ing power brakes,
'62 FORD 4-Door Goleiie V.|, Cruite-O-Motic
radio and heater power Iteerinj, radio, boater. $
$1695 Economy "6." Foctory air cendilioninf Only 77oX

'63 CHEVROLET Impala SUPE'jTOCKNO '62 FALCON Station W...... Deluie Ford.0.Matic .
Sport Coupe. Automatic radio, heater, whit tide $1795
t Fully Equipped. transmission wall tirai, Only I

( 4 Left ) radio. heater, .. .
Only 62 FORD ..1.1. 500" 4-Dar Sedan. ....
full power. O-Matic, V.B, powor .tearing. $1795
'62 RAMBLER Amor* Jut icptinally i I clean Only

lean. stick .
+r ss trans.l '
61 FALCON 4-Door Sedan Ford.
l r m r{ ; mission. 0-Motic. Very, very el..". Only. $1495
y +R +, '62 FALCON 4. Door.
'61 FORD Geleiia "500"' 2-Door Hardtop. Ford
t ; s a e If p 'n q Standard transmission O-Matic V-t pawar Staring. radio and
radio and heater, white tide wall tire. An-
)n 7.t,. ,'a heater. ether local are owner car Only. $1795

" '63V4 FALCON Sprint. '62 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hardtop. Power.hde .
) transmission | V-1, pawer iteerine. erode. mdi..d
c V.$. PAYMENTS TIL SEPT.64UP heater. Air conditioned, white tide wall to....
Solid whit. finnhOnly .
'63 CHEVY II Nova 400 i $2395

LOOK! 2 Door Hardtop. *
A; transmission TO 48 MONTHS FINANCING '61 FORD Country S..... Station Wagon. Crane.
0-Motx V.$, power iteennf. radio and.
radio and heater, whit Sido wall tire i A..
60FALCONS heater. other local on* owner wags, $1495
AS LITTLE AS $99 DOWN
63 CHEVROLET Impala '61 IUICK Inviclo 4-Door Sedan. Completely,
Convertible. Automatic loaded On owner
$2295
I transmit- Only I

from SS mission, V"8, radio, "61 RAMBLER 4-Door Sedan With
heater, power new '61 ....i.... Only $1195

\ steering and power '61 FALCON Wofon 4-Door. Ford-O-Motlc. ,..
1 $595' brakes die, heater, whit wall tirei $1495

$ '60 DODGE. One owner, Only

Immaculate condition. : '61 FORD Color. 4-Door Hardtop Ferd-0-MotK,

All the extras V-l power leerinf, radio. heater. with roar
5 t plus air condition. 7e rand new white tide wall tins. $1495

(ing. Only

I I '61 CHEVROLET P.rk' .61 FALCON 4.Dar s....... Standard .,..... ..
lion. Juit exceptionally cle. .". S1OOC
wood Sf a 11-It .. : IX7 )
Four brand now tiret Only

1. BANK FINANCING 1 Wagon."6." Standard Economy '60 CHEVROLET Impalo 4-Door Seden Power.

glide, V-t Just mutually cloon.
transmission. Beautiful I' and very, vary law "'iI..... Only $1595
car, low mile
N '60 FALCON 4.Door Sedan. Ford-0-Matw. ....
f 1 I age.
erhof
on* ownercor
'62 CHEVROLET Impala Only: 795

"Super Sport." V,8, '
RAMBLER 4-Door Bode.
I 4 trans Ooly I $895

'5, FORD 4-Door Golan "506." with only II .
steering, power 000 rrv* lItil... Ford-O-Mtic, V-t p5.wgMeing ;,
brakes, radio, heat Jest eiceptianolly e.......
er. One owner $1195

'62 FORD G.I I In i 11
59 FORD Stetian
Wagon .
Country Sedan ,.."
"500" 390 engine, O-MatK. V-l, power ....ri.... SlrtQC
415 the floor radio) and hooter Only I IU7/

'61 CHEVROLETS, S to 51 FORD Country Sedan Station W...... V.|.
choose hem Choice overdrive, radio. hooter. $
of equipment. BANK RATE FINANCING Only 695

'63 CHEVROLET Impala. '57 LINCOLN Capri 2-Dar Hardtop. AutamatK,
Demo All the V:-1. pawar tteenno, radio,
extroi hooter, whi*.
PENDARVISIHEVROLET'I plus. air conditioning IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON ALL MODELSWith tide wall. Only.. ,... Just eiceptionollycleon $6 9 5


'57 CHEVROLET BelAlr- '56 CHEVROLET 2.D.., Sedan 6 cyhnd.r. ttand.ard .
I ............. radio, heater. Very,
Door.. Y .. very
Ready
Qualified CreditHAROLD clean 1 and mechanically perfect. $ C O C
to go. Only
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'56 JEEP 4 wheel ".....
Only $S 95

t I E I I a No FUSSELL '
56 COHIVROLET h..1 Doli..ry t'tlCk. $S 9 S

PaymentsTill
(Om 23 Yean of Dependable, Quality Service)

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REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE
153 HOVSM for feloHREI I 153 Heom For Sale 153 Homes For S.!.

LAMB ....._.... air IIT* DEPOSIT, 153 Kevsot For Sale ISJ Howies For Sale .
Mite eioeihir .
Mdltlonad. ........ eaivart.vaUaftla tl3l *<,edew haroar Conhaa
lor Unnadlate ooeo.annr Thne .badrooma, 4 BRICK HOMESThese OPENING
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1281 Alas trot, Call *- Soul, hardwood '1--. Ublpw
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or 31313.BAHOAllC1 M$-$eol. tt-iTit mihtoSOUTU NEAR LAKE PARKER

*. Ihrae BEAOTlrCX_.. 1'"m40.,0bon. kath. bidroom.ID1'WI aain LOCATION. ......,nerlda"' ... Homes SELECT are ready BRICK for IMMEDIATE -: CUSTOM BUILTALL 271C Martha Ave.

'U me.conn aatr Crrata lot eoiTanlaM baka. 1.100 IMS.M. room dltlonlBi ewtnJ. ....11.boat U tll.and......air. oon... OCCUPANCY. 515400$ ..w.. .- laartne tit*.
tutt for ....1""; DrI... *r Ul* .X tit.600. con r Matures include 3 BRs, 2 i 3 ewdroojea. S ketaa. Builtinit
a.....".* *<_'" Can owner. I..ii dowB- tana down-or a.ISI_ BRICK HOMESno ** sad on*. N1rMwabr, rodi April 25th
roa par stains &I. Saturday -
M-1BM.. MatoaUi TIo..... 3103 Tomii Co.r.. 186-rrooNCARLT Baths. Florida and Dining "***.
von $&TUUUUlT Aoa4 .tlll Rooms. FHA as low u $450 PHONE
HEW: two ktdroom CB diva Nrwa.t tot
ee rva
boom_. I'I"IoocI.. This......_kxlroara, ,1 bath. Florida room ally watar. down and NO DOWN PAY- MULL lows lament M ear tot John King 6864877
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.'r au. ...\I>aIda* .u.. Owner Mid tit.MM two.. Owaar ae alt tip* .-..4kHutnoa ... .M.MM. T.... MENT, VA. LMLA. Henrietta Bless 6821287
Bake Is of.... oil:: ..*.3t412. Office 682614:
THRU aroBooM. two t...tb CB NICB 1 horn lota and LalliIw4 two4D.rlm.n4 .
OUM. *3M *>ww. HO t.7MU en Boar EGG RANCH IMPERIAL
HUB
attar I'30BPOTLSIU ... roil. ....1'. School Ap.rtnn.nu BM tbu wlU 6-tore..ktmrnwnt. HAUGER REALTY The Evinrude BoatsAREHERE
COTTAOE. eamplrte.end . MU *-4uaUKCPRONT 10 ACRES with a nice 3
CONSTRUCTION CO.,. LlfLAII
II' altractimy furnlihxl BOMB. La$01276' BR. 2 Bath home with large Realtor -.... .
pull area. Jm ...*. Onli M MO to walar. "nc d rard 100054.. INC. 8. Or. Bi.Stop
eM4011RICK. living and at the iito of be Owl'
Clar' RMUtr 4 btdrooBM. I "at.... Florida room room fireplace I
TWO kaoreom twe with krtck ItrovlaM Hardwood Florida Room, screened 411100 rill An,
r tne4. rrult Weaat Weiteie. i.ePhon. noon Lart atroMwd PoreS o rlooklni .. work and 2.000 PER MONTH
al$. church .aonaol. I... on I aldan. (14.MI porch shop M-1U1 4M-1US $50
M-T3Q4
I1X a00ML w. .Ioofl. aa' ulna MU 1S114.-OIM a. tlacttlcal appUaaea beautiful white Leghorn a ... 1 .>..dr... ,..... bow
wraa40 ........ eu4ldoIlly. hens Also air-conditioned HIM mail k* Kit Innnxlltulr
>7.too. OWB.C. afg 3-1B37UBURNDAUS fully equipped house No aualllTlnt. M latin. tnt mo
$61.85 PER MONTHTwo egg xkru MiBUnua down paymentand
-IX>;W down. par kwl: and 6 acres of pasture You're InvitedTO to. ...** In for Infornatlonplum !
Mra.n1qt.0i11Ukhinal9$ClartoaOUSI .,. CO 174%. Moatfar Ihninh PrItIoJ .
11:1:: : : (Mdroorn CB boa at 1010 .. ..
WN Canal to lUwl Park fa- INSPECT OUR
roa 00.3 bedroom CB ,
nut inoiudM tug tnnirano MU 2-6116
lilt k.>tk. faneee! IA berk yard prtnclnal s0415twwt SIM ..w.' SCOTT KELLYRealtor FurnishedModel
qqq5010 $0=o;$ :::t"lDc3. arm4al I
Low 0 1013 CL.A..I I tO_DIBr>LAV.

1431. ........ PHon stains I LMLA Home
"O DOWN .a. HiahlandIllli.
'. Thro bvdraom,.carport CBurnlitwaunluraUlMd. 213 $. Tennessee : SEE COVER OF THIS WEEK'SSATURDAY
204 Awn 64
81.,1. eIIa-aI74.. 4 BEDROOM EAST! MU 25195HOMES Open 1:30 P.M. II I EVENING POSTImperial
Two bath with screened --- To 5:00 P.M.Wed..FrlSat. InternationalScout '

porch on large lot near & Sun II Camper
Lake Bonny Lots of fruit! BY VUII w-U M baD yo with
raor houinaM.U at a utt* 640 I 4 ..B"I dpi.... Sloss. 4.
12000. RN738COUNTRY I
Only FHA MANAGER eaa altord. Taw are widtf MokUiatloB .
TIED DOWN Iettl. pa. PIM0.05tor
i HOME! Her. Lht$474T41.
$100 DOWN Lakeland Builders
Large comfortable two bed- I
TO THE; HOUSE? room on over two acres on "UI' cIIole. llCllIlIl Sa aU ..... 1"I c. SAVE $1500DICK'S
51050. Ocaplototr ..._.1IcI1
98 North. Perfect for business N 0140424
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Monthly parntmu ai low a* .. ..
Drl North M Laktlaad HUUBl
No problem! Lakelands spot 248 feet frontage, slop kr oar Mlles or wuIt ..d. to Oraoada. Sure M.bl toKathrra
reduced to $18,5001! RN.554.: M. Hut. .... taktlaad turn Mt .o Medal MJ11 i AUTO SALES
supermarket of values is KaUirraCCASSIFISD. I' 1011 I. M.Is MU 2-1610
at your fingertips . the MEL RUDY I T. TUCKER DISPLAY P

Classified section! Shop LMLA REALTOR REALTOR -I
MORTGAGE BROKER MUTin
there DOW I 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. FHA Ana Aro.Pro Proportr,.... ManatHA UaaMir
dial 686-4107 any time Public Auction U

.l2O4West *
837 E. ORANGE I

CLASIPILO_ _DISPLAY ONLY $100 DOWN! Near Civic Center, 3 Br.' Street 4 .

1100 down win pat you la a new bath, living room, dining Ruby
,naaoarf BOB*, kalaac Bonthlr room, kitchen 2 screened (Cm.r .f Ccnfral)
or will nut en rtarlr kaal*. WUllaro porches, newly decorated
T PtuaaU. VfO S-elll erMU inside and out 'and completely .
HI S-41. Ja'p
I window air furnished conditioner including Only Sale April 27th, 10 A.M. 5.1/

USED TRUCKS l HOSPITAL AREA S8.500. RC>-12.,.

0...... small I bodroon
Niol.
TRACTORS TED TOWSON
AND ':,boom. oomplttolr lunched. witha Going. for the high bM- three bedroom frame
panilod lmn room and aoparato Realtor LMLA
t. VOtKIWAOIN'a. Tu on.. wh KarOh t ",, dID. I... room looatad kotwota 217 S. Fla Ave. homo, well comtrvttfd. 0. very largo well
,11641 LanPuts. r
U> botpiul and
teraa. Llk.. nm adihM M too Call Car Call 686-3169 shaded conor lot, In a fine mlghborhood.Coed .
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'It elru" Ttaniut wiu T. R. Tooter. Jr,
evil ajar, autonwtn4rai RIll lor. MUTill or .nnlniiat financing already tot Drive and.
*.m.M,*n. Cl...n. !!.- vp.
USE UDCCf
MU S-7M
d..40 Ie Ins too this property before solo date For fur :
ClASSifIED ADS *
'1 $00001 1' 1.e 005 401.e4 .
15.45 ..... A thor Information ph... Avctloiieor 686-0121.
5440 VD.u Iw 144 CLAIIII'laO. DISPLAY. ,

$14 YOU MOW INT'.. ,
NATIONAL I' 514 1. .CUI..... .CADS'D'NOL" 64 CHEVROLET Auction Means Action .
W NAND. MOW'OSDIMTKACTORI. A NACKI ClA lflD[ / TON PICKUP *
'N AN NOUN. 0411Mt .
.U'. M a d.m.n.W4OIn ELDORADO
CAMPER Deposit 20% On Salt Doy

M.", mere leads you right to the person Automat tranamitaionbrakaa OPEN HOUSE

fe cfcoei* from i who found your lost M.w, 0.wr4..dltia MMw iod. I April 26th, 1:30 to 6:00 P.M. 'p' '
QUILUANINTERNATIONAL Item. Dial MU 6-1151 now Lilt $7000 /

I for a friendly ad.taker to I OUR "
5995 COL. JOS. F. SEDMERAAuctio".epReo rMarine
help you write your ad. 1l E ,
TRUCK & TRACTOR
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2115 D.J. City Hw' I I DICK'S AUTO SALES -Liquidator n

rite.. MU 2-4117 loll r. M.ie MU 2.1610
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BEST BUYS! LOWEST PRICES I l le.awlel4 I II I I II

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SALES LAKELAND'S



'60 Ford WE . . . . . . . . . . $995 I

f-IOO Chassis and cab. Automatic NEWEST BOATING
Ford $495
59 Bargal" . . . . . . . . .

'56 GM ITem 595 i DEALER!

Quality Cars Real Buys DoI Wbeels . . . . . . . .


CORVAIR I Ford "ton piu. $1 095
61 $999 60 reel Slood .. . . . . . . . . .
Wagon . . . . . .

'59 PLYMOUTH 399 pickup. Sharp, \

4-Door . . . . . . 62 Econoline top sh. . e . . $1295 BRINGING YOU A

'61 OPEL _
$999

Sharp . . . . . . . '61 Econoline pekuborem..6 . 1095 COMPLETE LINE

59 RAMBLER $799

Wagon . . . . . . pIckup MAKE

$799 59 Ford now paint . . . . . . . . . . OFFER
'60 FALCON . - - . . OF BOATS MOTORS
'63 CORVAIR $1999 '61 CHEVROLET 2 ton, will lengthen, air $1495 ,

Monsa Spyder . . . . '57 FORD 1 l/ ton $695

'63 PONTIAC 3999 AND
Bonneville. New . . ACCESSORIESI

'62 PONTIAC $2199 Wo hare the best selection of gas tractors in central Florida.
Bonneville Convertible Here is a partial listing.

'64 FORD $2599 '61 FORD F-l 000, sleeper Real good .$4995
4-Door GalaxloOLDSMOBILE . . .

'59 1099 '61 FORD F-I000. New engine, just installed . .$5500 r

4-Door HardtopOLDSMOBILE . .
'62 '62 FORD F-950. Almost new. Very low mileage $6500 :
$2499
Starfiro 2-Door Hardtop '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V-8 .$1295 I
'59 PONTIAC i

Runs good . . . . . $499 '53 GMC, 302 engine . . . . . $ 750

59 CHEVROLET 899 '56 WHITE WC 22. Runs good . .$ 595
WagonCHEVROLET. . . . . .

'62 $1599 '57 CMC 552, runs good . . . . .$ 750 ,

Bilca'.... Sharp . . .
58 OPEL $399 '51 INTERNATIONAL L-185, block assembly .$ 895 I II

Wagon . . . . . .

'54 4Door.BUICK Puff. On., . $399 TRAILERS? ?? WE HAVE THEMA

'61, RENAULT 499 Large Stock of Rebuilt Trailers .
Only . . . . . . v
'63 FALCON $1899 Dry Freight Bunkers and Blowers Refrigerated Aw s i

Future SharpDICK'S . . . .

\Ve also hare pickups, panels, dump trucks, etc.

AUTO SALES If you have hauling to Jo, wo con equip JOU.eAT .

1011 East Main St.

P.Ik l c-lIty' ......t DoM ce, disk. '. Pk.ty.1' sharp
<.... t. kwMkcnrf b.a horn. S.clel 705644 N "Iry. "' 1. four nhnly Bew babe ban ban unaunod far 10M b, Evlaruil Wotort, nianu/wj* ran ol outboard _,1 tiMt toU
W* 4..l ..* rr4 "'N. ISO .*..,eI.. tachMM TOWN yes,.. The?'Includ* Uw opn cockpit SpotlWt) and UM 8wart-18 runabout B ..."' 0. the $(>.. r.MKlm c...,.., ..< ; both an tniUbit In ttUxr outboard or Urm-driT. nwkU The bats featur an nuinual (full *>"< huO d.oh l
track .f every 4ncr,+n <. Ices .... S,MM! mull for mawraum riding -/ ( rtability and alt rt of operation. All four model hale 1 T-fmt 1-inch '-- uj ,
......,.iler aaw .1I1y $199. ( FORD) stall lot s ...iIDtIIII tf ISO bonrpomr They are iraiUble with white hull aDd blue' or tej fray Aat
the .
option of Uw buyer
PHONE MU 2.8610
1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-2159
OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ,
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ii I :, Bud Dickinson's Campaign Is Monument To Organization Man I I


EDITOR'S NOTE This .b the the campaign of the six By CHARLES STAFFORD monument to the organizationman. clncts. There are 1S1 headquarters ' He drinks a quart of orange talned-off room at the rear help Is too little to be your

II I second In a Mrlei of articles I Democratic candidates for I I' The campaign of Fred' Bud scattered over the state. juice a day. where the candidate can hold governor."
on the method and flavor of governor of Florida. Dickinson for governor !li a I .It is organized big and Dickinson sought experiencein He eats one pound of rare conferences a telephone.
flashy It combines the latest recruiting his team. beef once a day, tries to get Pillows on the divanlikeseats
,Madison Avenue theories with I ""I went to leaders of other at least six hours sleep a night, in the conference section -
I a political philosophy that has campaigns men who workedfor and spends at least two hours have "Bud 'n Boots" crochetedon
: ; I -by Dickinson's own estimate- Bryant Mc'Carty, Carlton in the sun each Sunday. them. KlNGSWOOD
1taxYwt i been fermenting since he was Smathers and Dickinson-and I Special Bus Used When the bus stops, Dickinson -
9.And. believe 70 cent of them are
only per
t f alights and begins shaking
Dick
vsk1&L At Airport
< Brooksyilltf
I it has an evangelistic now for Dickinson, he said inson's "rolling campaign head- hands. The driver hooks up
I fervor. He picked Escambla Countyas quarters" was waiting. This Is the microphone. Dickinson
t. On a recent dif( mat morning- an example. He said the a specially outfitted bus. It has speaks. The gear is quickly
I extra shirt in hand, his wife at Dickinson team there includes loud-speaklnglystem, tables for stowed and the bus rolls on.
his side-the former state senator -June Wells who campaigned newsmen and workers a car.I And the echo of Dickinson's
from West Palm Beach for Doyle Carlton Jr. four years Invariable closing remains:
; I ago F. M.I'Turner who workedFor I
boarded DC3 at Orlando and
a "The man who la too big to
took off for Palatka. And before Sen. George Smathers John Kynes Favors
II for
and ask
come here you your_ .
Pace who has been in the Sen.
I he arrived, as though |In ---- --------------
Spesiard Holland and Cov. Far-
bepediction the sun was beaming
down. rla Bryant camps Raymond Dy- Tighter LawsOn
,. I ,son who labored for the late
Caravan Awaits ,Gov. Dan McCarty, and James Manslaughter
I A motor caravan waited. It'Larkin who was Dickinson's, LET'SKEEP

,took Dickinson first to the Hudson -!I campaign manager four years. QUINCY (AP) Atty. Gen. v ,
Pulp and Paper Corp. wherehe bkJc. James Kynes, campaigning for
5b greeted workers at the main I "Behind this kind of organization the Democratic nomination,!I _
gate. He would grab their ," he said "we have triedto called for stronger laws on manslaughter -,
( ; hands, shake them and tell, design methods of getting to and hit-and-run acct
i AJ them: "Boys, help me roll this!the people." dents

car tag tax back, will you?" Comic Strip Defended I Kynes brought up the issue _
"LES"DUNSON
j An Invitation to the People of Lakeland/ The the caravan civic center moved at on palatka' toward -I Other candidates have poked Wednesday after in learning told a 92-
year-old man Tampa police
Ravine Gardena and break- Fun at the "Florida Family '
he had been the hit-and-run
; To Visit With fast with a group of the Dick-'Dickinson in, 30 a daily comic newspapers strip appearing -,'driver who killed a child there
inson flock. '
he said. But he added that the three years ago. :
off when It's tA
"Cut me time
strip Is used because his public I Kynes said under the law,
the candidate told his aides. "I
'relations advisers told him charges in such cases must be
: Ben Hill Griffin Jr. questions would rather unanswered leave them than wear with""three-to-one more people will,filed within two years."Theme I
read.a political message in a no limit in prosecuting -
them out When we've sold the
,comic strip than In a political murder cases" he said "A1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict
; product we quit"The advertisement. hit-run death Is murder; and

I Candidate State Senator speech delivered was in typical an oratorical Dickinson Unity Is his guiding principle, law enforcement officers should
Dickinson said not be frustrated In their effortsto 3
he in
was practicing
style
"
solve these heinous crimes
Guadalcanal foxholes while a "While so many are trying to I IRe.Elect
and his Family Marine 20 years ago. He employed divide us on reapportionment, Let's GO with "[ES"
I
often a favorite speak- north Florida vs. south Florida I
ing device. After proclaiminga and the racial question," he''
i point, he would add: said, "Dickinson is talking unty -
In The Glass Room-New Civic Center "And if you agree with me, one united Sunshine State.", ,e To Continue the Proven RecordOf
let me hear from you at this He said he doesn't like to An Good ProgressAnd
time. criticize the other candidates.I
Lake Mirror Drive r f! And the rafters rang with ap "I have no fights with any of, J ExperiencedMan Good Government

..... plause. them" he said. "The only thing,,
The caravan paused for a I I do is take care of Bud Dick, FOR THE GOOD OF POLK COUNTYLET'S
speech from a bench In frontof inson when they jump on me
I FRIDAY, APRIL 24TH,. 1964 the Hastings City Hall, then first. I II RE-ELECT
returned to the DC3. The rigors of campaigningare

7:00 P.M. TO 9:30 P.M. Campaign Planned 3 Years I no problem Dickinson said.I I Morris Combee L W. "les" DunsonCounty
Bound for Brooksville, Dickinson He said he doesn't smoke or
drink "so these things don't
CONSTABLE DIST. #5
described a campaignthree sap my energy." He exercises N.n" ...."M.... Commissioner, Dist. 3
Come and bring Family. years In the planning. each morning-pushups, knee Cu.I.. Ywnt ".. for ky P.l. Camnli fund. .* L. W. "..... DUKMK
your "I think the only way to winis bends and breathing exercises. ... "e!. ..".
organization, because organ
Sandwiches, Coffee, Orange Juice ., izatlon backs up the candidate
when he is not in town" Dickinson -
and Popcorn for the Kiddies. said. "I'm almost a fanatic -
on organization, and we've
got It and the best.
Hostesses I Dickinson strategists have divided
the state into 11 districts.
I Each has a leader. There is alsoa

I 9fr UL L. f/tWJUL p a9n'4 / L I the campaign 67 counties manager and a in coordinator each of The Easiest Way

I Each county has a lady'schairman
a young people's
_. [all! tB.ailJuf !chairman, a senior citizens
:chairman a rally chairman,
'and other specialists.A .
(Paid Political. MvtrtlMflwnt I i captain has been named
I for each of_Florida's 3,021 pre- to Lovelier Rooms

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