Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00130
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 26, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00130
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2733776
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Sister Claims He Fears For Life

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FF' (.. .'. '([1 t Ruby Said To Be Showing Signs Of Delusions

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..'1" : By JACK LANGGUTH again about the same, except ed by the move. As a result Smith, who holds both medicaland
.kr ... @ ra 'J.rk tin" that I'm in here-all becauseof Ruby remains In separate law degrees from Harvard
.- 5. DALLAS-After five monthsof a few seconds. quarters. University, took the case
II Isolated confinement. JackL Mrs. Grant said that most of Ruby's defense team, headed because he believed It would
Ruby shows signs of severs the letters Ruby received by Dr. Hubert Winston dramatize the gulf between
.- -f delusions, according to persons were from people who con Smith of the University of science and legal procedure.
r who see him dally. demned both her brother and Texas filed a motion Wednesday In a brief also filed Wed-

: "He talks about the pos.l.bllity his victim She said, "Theyrun asking that Ruby be nesday, the prosecution asserted .
of beiqg thrown Into a along the line, 'you did a placed in a hospital immediately that negligence by Ruby's
pit and beaten with chains," wonderful thing by killing a original trial lawyers led by
one visitor reported.A communist, you slob''" His lawyers also sought Melvin M. Belli, was responsible
Sheriff Bill Decker announced court permission to have him for the fact that no experiments -
doctor who has seen him after the trial that hypotnized by psychiatrists to Involving hypnosishad
recently said that Ruby, sentenced Ruby would be transferred to develop new evidence about been performed on Ruby.
to die for the killing of a tell with other prisoners.The his sanity at the time of the Judge Joe B. Brown, who
Lee H. Oswald accused as- sheriff said that com- shooting of Oswald. presided at the original trial,
Basin of President Kennedy.' pany might lift Ruby's spirits Smith the fourth chief will\ probably rule on the mo-
"Is going downhill all the But members of his family lawyer to head Ruby's defense tion for hospitalization and
time. protested to the Federal Bureau refuses to discuss the hypnosis next Wednesday,
Ruby's sister, Mrs Eva of Investigation that case. when he will also hear a mo
Grant, said he constantly expressed Ruby's life could be endanger Other sources Indicated tion for a new trial
the fear that an attempt

might be made on her .......'W..'... '11"0 --1j1liOjlQ'' ,--- ? life.At
every meeting at the
county )Jail, Ruby also passes
notes to his sister asking that
she arrange a meeting for Viet Troops Rout
him with the federal commission
Ile headed by Chief Justice
Earl Warren which Is investigating ! .
the assassination.His .
legal counsel believes
however that Ruby is so unstable -
that he could not give Communist Unit

mission.a useful statement to the com

"His mind is spinning and
running away," Mrs. Grant
At Dedication
I Speaks said. Advisers
She said Ruby did not dis-
Urn. H.*4, .4mlfliitr; .tlve MiiUnl Ie Ci>|r......." Jim*. A. H.l.y, l...ka tor* .. a crowd cuts the possibility that he Bird Johnson
fl. kr.4 for the e'trflccttat. ........", .t tk, Lktl n4. Pat Offkc. The cramny w.i hail y....'41.' would be electrocuted. "I Lynda
turn...* .IN the Poe *Hk. s.rkl.f lot.. (laden Phot by St""he"..,. Other photo. P.f. 2A.) don't want him to bring It I Praise

up," she said "How could I
I have the heart?"
Lakeland's $500,000 A jury found Ruby guilty of Breaks EngagementWASHINGTON
murder with malice I last ActionBINH
I e March 14 and voted death in .. -

: the electric chair (AP) The and Mrs. 'Bernard W. Rosen-eral years Rosenbach and Lyn

Post Office DedicatedBy Spurns Reading I engagement of President John- bach of Comfort Tex His father da Bird 'have been going together CHANH, South Viet
ion's Bird lumber business since he attended the
I daughter, Lynda to operates a Nam
Ruby will not read the (AP)-Striking with a vigor
I Navy Lt. (J.,,) Bernard Rosen- there. U.S. Naval Academy, where he
magazines, mostly copies of
Babette Stelnhauser Jr., Introduced guests and cats his post office here, but Reader's Digest that have 1 bach has been broken by mu- Comfort is about SO miles was graduated In 1962. praised by their U. S. advisers

Ledger Staff Writer commended the city's post of "they made him move It back been taken to his cell. He explains I tual agreement from the Johnson ranch The No wedding plans had ever Vietnamese troops routed
Lakeland' four month- fice workers that he is upset by hearing Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter,, Rosenbach and Johnson families been announced by the White the Communists' veteran BHth
office J. Hardin Peterson Sr. for- to Medulla we got our press secretary to' Mrs. LadyBird have known each other'sevWedding House.
old. $500,000' post was office." about life outside the jail Battalion Saturday from one of
cffick.w dedicated yesterdayat mer congressman from the own post "The day the president was Johnson, the First Lady,, the most complex defense positions .
9 o'clock1 in ceremonies on 7th District revived mem Elmo Hood administrative: killed I thought the world had confirmed SI\turda1111e( enRagement -, .,..
its Lake Wire parking lot. cries with the history of Lakeland assistant for James A. Haley, come to an end.. be told one had beeri't>rpken, She ask ,ever seen In South Viet
City'' officials, retired poet and its post office sys was In attendance for the visitor. "Now life Is going on Roaenbach, 23, was In'Wsshlnn Nam./ i ipj '

office employes Lakeland tem. He.recalled a time in ,congressman' who"'was\ not .... tot!) last weekend. n4tLynd L Bodies o( pv..j Viet, Cong remained 10.,.
1 High School Band membersand the .early nineteen, hundreds able..to"attend the post officer *** 'Bird, '20, returned'hl4 ring a .; ''dripotJ-over .bunkert
a crowd of Lakeland when the Medulla postmstterj*'dedication. He reminded Lakeland '.FEA Votes that time i ( when government forces over

spectators listened as .PostP saw the groWli; potential In citizens that the ..ton.lgre..m.n _Rosenbach, stationed, at May ran the entrenchments; fox
master dporge P/ Brantley, Lakeland and tried to *eloGjovernor > took special Interest To ''port Naval Station near Jack holes, tunnels.,aod ma'chme-gun
in Lakeland and taw to it Accept onvllle, Fla., said when askcc a.Wk nests that had been dug Into the
that they got their new post about the broken engagement;: rockhard terrain of this Mekong
Candidates office "even before ha got "Yes, that Is true." C _6 ,River delta area !In'near perfect '
I one for his home town of NegroesMIAMI order
.Sarasota." Gives No ReasonHe
Reds Pull Back
Varied Courses_ The Lakeland Senior High BEACH (AP-The would not give a reason 5 t l ,
J School Band accompanied the Florida Education Association for the breakup, but said it was i "They must have been mighty
By The ,Asseclated Press ed their voices heard In Wash American Legion Color Guardas a huge statewide organization not another boy or girl unhappy to give these up," ait
Mayor Robert King High of 'ington in opposition to the bill, the American flag was pre- that 'includes most "This Is what an engagementIs American officer said with a
Miami de ended that Florida's & they should vote for him. sented to Postmaster Brant- public school! teachers and administrators for," he said. "To find out smile "We are are giving the
telephone companies give Karl In a telegram to Dick. ley for the new post office lowered Its racial how you get along. The engagement s 514th hell"
their customers an immediaterate inson accused hint of making a building. barriers yesterday.It was perhaps premature. The Red veterans, who have
reduction of 111 million a false statement that Karl had Other post office guests at eliminated the word "After being engage for 10 :;i ir roamed the northern part of the
year voted for the Increase in auto- the ceremonies were R W "white" from membership requirements months, we were 'n.tur.l.Iy : \\Vw' delta for years pulled back under
Sen. Scott Kelly presented I by the required upset." a Qs harassment by''government
himself as 'the symbol of opposition (Turn to PageA, Column e) (Turn to Page I-A Column 2) two-thirds majority Mrs. Carpenter said religionwas I3M units that moved on quickly to
to civil rights in Floe The group also approved a not a factor a other designated targets.A .
da." L 1 r'I resolution urging that the U.S. It was learned that friends Viet Cong attack on two
Rep. Fred Karl and Sen. Constitution be amended to had been expecting the engagement government outposts Friday set
John Mathews accused Fred O. permit devotions in class to end for several weeks. off the battle near Bind Chanh.
Dickinson of falsehood and false rooms. Rosenbach Is a Roman Catholic about 39 miles southwest of
promises. t+ The ballot on the admissionof Lynda Bird Is an Episco Saigon.Lt. .
Dickinson came out with a Negroes wfs conductedover
claim that he could beat High the last two days by The engagement was first disclosed Roger W Zsilskas, Waterbury -
right in his own city of Miami. means of voting machines at in June 1963 when her Conn., was slightly\
Primary II Days Away ; the FEA convention, which father, then vice president, wounded in the fighting Friday
for ended Saturday Figures on A former West Point football
And campaign governor gave a party for her and re-
of Florida rolled merrily the voting were not an marked that she was wearinga player who Is advising a Viet
along Saturday, with the first nounced. There was no floor diamond her namcse reconnaissance com
ring given by
primary election showdown Just discussion. Rosenbach.Rosenbach, pany, he was hit in the face bya
ten days away Taking office as presidentof Is assigned to the Plans Broken shell frsgment Treated In
Last month, on Instructions the association comprising Ingram bated at Saigon he returned to duty
from the Florid Public Util- teachers was Dr. Joe Hall of destroyer Mrs. Carpenter said Lt. J. G. Bmr4 lUunfcick, skews hold I". ktnrfi Uit puss Saturday morning

ities Commission the Florida Miami, and Robert E. Jonesof he Mayport.returned there after spending with Lynda grid Joh"..", the Pr.tld.nt's dlllhter, said ittr4iy Charge Praised
Power Light Company agreedto Ocala was named presi last Saturday and Sunday they had krokin their .".*|.."ut ky m..lu.l ." ..", ."t. H. hid
Attached the
pass on to its consumers a dent-elect to take office next In Washington. bees .ne.... t. the Prtl4.",'. aides 4 uhtr since lait J"".. (APWlnpkt to same com-
pany is Sgt. Clarence Bath Savannah
$10 million a year savings resulting -
reduc year. Rosenbach Is the son of Mr. *> Ca., who described at
from federal tax Halt is Dade County superintendent
tions. of schools. beautiful an initial charge by
High said he had urged the New directors chosen wereJ 200 whooping and yelling troops
commission to take this actionIn Hamilton Boulware Orange Johnson To Ask Billion In Aid across paddyflelds, behind a
a telegram on March 22. Park; Mrs. Doris Lewis line of 24 armored personnel
Saturday, he sent another Indian River County; Jane carriers, toward coconut trees
telegram to Utilities Commissioner Arnold, Clearwater; Mrs M'!.r- For Poverty-Stricken States sheltering the Red entrench
Ed Mason urging that leese Cooms, Pensacola. ments.
the telephone companies also The FEA's 1965 convention "They bounced across the
coma up with a cut starting will be held in Jacksonville grass like they were in a foot :
monthly bins. I WASHINGTON (AP) Pres newsmen might want to questionher I gress on Monday legislative proposals
with their next
companies are .'r -- ident Johnson said Saturday he too but no question. were' to aid the Appalachian race, he said.
He said these AP Wi,. .. But killed and
forthcoming.Later two were eight
,will ask Congress to a
"dragging their feet" approve states Maryland, Virginia,
barnstorming around JarrardResigns billion-dollar aid program for In the day, the White West wounded and the charge fal
Kelly Pennsylvania, Virginia,
tered and failed at the deep
House confirmed
hardon nine Appalachian states, a report that
West Florida, bore Alabama
Kentucky, Tennessee ,
the civil//rights bill. He told On The Inside I The President also told a Lynda's engagement to Navy Georgia and North Carolina. bunkers under heavy fire from
Lt. J.g.,) Bernard Rosenbachhad machine guns and recoilleisrifles.
his listeners that if they want. news conference that the United The President who visited
States and the Soviet Union are been broken by mutual .
three of these states Friday to
discussing several possible, agreement. Air strikes and Infantry
Quints Seven Months OldThe State Post dramatize Ms "war on pover-
agreements which he said Johnson announced at the outset charges alternated to dusk Fri.
Kelly Pushes'Campaigning' "might lessen tensions and pro-. that he will submit to Con (Turn to Page 6-A. Column I 1) day ,
famed Fischer quintuplets, now seven months TALLAHASSEE (AP) Wendell mote peace." \ .
old, are shown above at their home in Aberdeen S.D., Jarrard resigned Saturdayas Johnson said "we are hope

In this photo copyrighted by the Curtis! Publishing Co., chairman and director of the ful" about the outcome of American DeGaulle Fleet .1
and made available to the Associated Pre,.. The quints' Florida Development Commission Soviet discussions. And,. Reported Withdrawing
Into Alabama mother Mrs. Andrew Fischer, says the family doctor a post he held since January without getting specific ha re

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS (AP) believes three of the girls are identical The other girl 1961 under Gov Fsrris Bry ported that he has exchanged Cooperation From NATO Except In Warlied I
candidate and Jimmy, center have difference appearances. The ant.Although ". good many communications"with
-Sen Scott Kelly, he did not announcehis
almost girls were not identified. Your Sunday Ledger Is Just a Soviet Premier Khrushchev
for Florida governor plans, Jarrard was expectedto By ARTHUR U GAVSHON no Information when asked bya government has been advised
in neighboring "- few hours old as you read it this morning and on Page
did some Alabama politicking Saturday. 12-A you'll find a story about a poker-faced Negro youth return resignation to private Is effective bullnes.IThe June j Truman Attends LONDON (AP)-Allied diplomats newsman if there was any explanation that the French are planning -
said Saturday night they for Cabaniere's ab to do so Imminently
and aever.1aides who has admitted slaying two New York' career girls.
Kelly acid he 1. He is a banker.
Johnson met with In understand President
reporters Charlesde ante If it comes, the move will be
from Crest- On Page 9-A there is an amusing story about the beheaded I
were driving Only recently, outgoing House his oval office, flanked at his Gaulle Is planning to end active The Informant., who declinedbe more a symbol of the FrenchPre.ldent'
view DeFuniak Springs. Mermaid of Copenhagen and on 14-B a story Home of Leon
to Speaker Mallory
desk by former President Harry French naval cooperationwith identified, said they now do dissatisfaction with
"The driver lost the way" and about Rudolph Hess, onetime Hitler lieutenant who County urged that the Develop. '5, Truman, who dropped In for the North Atlantic Treaty not expect the French to part! the NATO setup than a blow to
none of us noticed, Kelly sometimes howls like a wolf from behind his prison bars ment Commission and the Hotel and .
lunch, Texas author J. Organization except in time of cipate in future naval exercises Inter-Allied defense itself The
said. "We'd been driving quite and Restaurant Commission be
Frank Doble, who Is a weekend being arranged for European French already have withdrawntheir
time. reorganized and their duties
some"Then soon we noticed Amusements ........ 8-D Sports ................ 1-5-D combined and reassigned in an house guest reports came after members of NATO who make Mediterranean and Atlantic -
pretty Truman Interjected comments France's representative, Adnj. up the Channel Command. The fleets from NATO command]
this bama.sign for Florals, Ala Bridge ................... 4-B Stocka-Finanee.. 6-7-D effort to save. money and avoid from time to time during the George Cabanlere stayed away command Includes Britain, with the proviso they would

Women ...,.......... 1-12-C duplication.In session and answered a couple from a meeting of the committee France, Belgium and Holland become available again In timeof
Not having many prospects Citrus ......-............ 10-D his letter of resignation to
of questions at the end. of NATO's Channel Command and Ms led by Adm. Sir WilfridJ war.
for votes in Florala. Kelly's Weather Map ...... SoC1u.ified A Bryant, Jarrard said the long'
The conference broke after held In The W Woods of Britain. Channel command represent
group turned back. They arrived 10-1M2-13-D Editorials ............., 4-A range programs of the commission up Thursday
Johnson Introduced his daughter Hague. De Gaulle's! reported decision ed one of the last remainingareas

hour and in DeFuniak a half late Springs for an a Deaths .... ............... C-A Horoscope ..?.......... 8-D have mentioned been solidly specifically launched.He the. Lynda Bird. 20 who stepped in Vice Adm. Jean Witrsnd, naval has not yet been conveyed offi In which the British navy
speaking engagement at a to pay her respects to Truman. sttache at the French Embassy cially to NATO's. permanent was working with the French
downtown tally. (Turn to Page 1-"", Column I)[The President suggested the in London said he had council But jnore:j than one" AJ- navy. n

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2 A ILAEELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Apra 21, 1961 .es r

. L. Alfred To Curb Fire-Chasers Hits NearPanacea

LAKE ALFRED-People who dlnance against fireside side The fire was out when firemen I I
chase fire truck may find walk superintendents arrived but Lewis said he l a
themselves chased by police, Lewis Is also chief of police counted "almost a hundred cars
I hereafter according to Fire If a grease fire at 975 Buena in a line stretching a solid half
Chief O A Lewis who intendsto Vista Drive recently had been mile-and any attempt to run PANACEA (AP-A small but '.,
back up City Manager Don serious the house could have a fire hose line to the house vicious tornado ripped Into a settlement -
HarUfield in invoking_a_city or- burned down said lewis.LADIES' would have been futile until too of fancy summer home ;7 11
I ......._ late," Saturday near Panacea, damaging -
w Only 23 were volunteers who' at least eight houses de- .,.. ,
answered the alarm I stroying a big warehouse and _
Diamond Hamilton "We're' going to pull a false crushing two house trailers
alarm sometime in the near One of the trailers with a
1 Carat Diamonds future and have a system woman and her ( year-old i

14K SOLID GOLD 22 JEWELS worked out to arrest any un- daughter Inside, was flipped upside I wy
authorized following a down and crushed. They
QUALITY fire-and he'd better be a reg they were bruised but not hurt b
,the Judge why he's going to the'badly l
Reg. $500 Sole 299A fire-and he' dbetter be a registered .I A two-room bungalow completely .
volunteer" the chief disappeared. A ode driver -
said and a truck were blown 200 1 I
Guaranteed Value
yards. I ..
4 I The warehouse collapsed All : \
r that left '
was standing was one *
I end of the 250-foot.long building ,
The regular monthly meetingof I :
mamj the Santa Fe Booster Club and it was twisted. ,
'will be held tomorrow night at The tornado whipped out of a -'y
8 o'clock in the library of Santa dark rain and hail storm at a I .:.
j ;irt iWeln Street I I&OWNTO.WK deserted sand pit called "Hungry .
Fe High School. Point" near Panacea, which 1"_ X'k4.J,"__ l ; .. L _..I.If .a&i
lAKftXNri All members and their friends
III about 40 miles south of Tallahassee .
were urged to be present. In the crook of the Florida -

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND '"This panhandle.cloud came down and ,..........r from 1924 .. 121, sad Lyres W. Blom, Mra. H. J. Rat_, Uft, president .f the w......'. .mllwry .f I
seemed to pick up things right ,........t.. fr_ If 15 until 1952, watch the ,-. Mlt Ho* .! ,..... CUrfci ST99, .."" Mn. Uli Sc.rl. city cmminlmr.
away" said Robert and Guy the saw ...... ...) ftt Office, wkll. m.mttn .f the Am.rlc.il punch during Hi. ._.. ., 4.dic.H cr.m. lc. fc.M .t .Ukl.. * Taylor, who watched the torna- ....1.11. ,..t 4, cm .. turn .In the takf. r.im4. The Mi .t do from a 22-foot boat. ......, w.. "M4 yttttrjcy ....._... (Story em ,... I.) $t.I...._.I
"'1t picked up the sea gull
along the beach and shook them.
They acted like their necks were Haven Seeks Ruling On Red Light TurnsState Sen. Gore
broken. Then they dropped
dead" WINTER HAVEN-You can An amendment to state law Road Department and
still believe in .I&ns-.t least by the last legislature may that agency In turn passedthe AttacksRights
MOVED TO for awhile-even if the legislature have to be Interpreted by the query to the attorney gen
118 W. LEMON ST. has cast some doubts. state attorney general' office; eral. No answer has been Bill
ROrNRft Some confusion may have City Attorney Pete Kalogrldis yet received.But .
I lancer Upshaw, come up about the small has been instructed by the until the signs are re-
Cass "turn on red light after ltop"ligna city commission: to seek clarification. moved and the signs and WASHINGTON
iy (AP) The
I Cu we.r P_. I... Mrs. === I beneath some traffic He said yesterdayan turns prove Illegal-you can
M.M.iirt a.,.... 1..",__ 'em. fate of the civil rights bill may
signals here._ _. opinion_was__asked__of-.the. _-believe---in- ----- rest with border state senators,
and Saturday one of them took
I the Senate floor to label the
I I ,measure "seriously defective
fw'A'1 :and potentially dangerous
?:/ / DRIVE-IN BANKING I What caused Tennessee's Albert .
I Gore to lash the administration
-sponsored and House-
!! passed bill more than three
three hours is a section that

,, 45. Mans Brothers is At its Best! I I other would officials permit the to cut President off federalaid and

funds if a state or local
agency engages in racial discrimination -
fur storage I .

Could Be WedgeIn

s 4 'f' country I the hands of some future .
president Gore contended, this
,could be a wedge for political
I reprisal. And so broad Is the

The time for storing your furs Is precisely NOW! Precious cashmere, provision, he said a state's en.
hire school lunch or welfare
and leather should also be cored for like fine furs . properly cleaned k a (funds could be cut off If a sin

and stored! Trust Moos Brothers' Fur Storage.. . place your fine furs s ':,t r ,gle district is found in violation.
I Then in a broader assessment
and coats. In the hands of our experts! WARNING Air conditioned '-4 v of the complex measure
he declared: "There are simply
homes' are not correct for storage of furs. Humidity scientifically controlled too uncertainties"
can only be accomplished In our specially constructed fur vaul'tsl! I "It Is surely unrealistic."
,'' > Mit1i Gore continued, "to hope that
v,., ,'I. '? : ; '. i all bias preference and preJu..
Moat Brothers' Complete Fur Services: .. : 'dice can be eliminated from our
\ , .. .. "._,. private lives
Permanlzlng-cleans, glares and mothproofs your fur{. (I "And it would be contrary to
generally accepted principles of
Repairing-we can make your furs look like new again! ;individual freedom for government
to attempt to compel It."
Restyling-In fashion's newest silhouettes! ,
I Opposes Bill
Pickup service-phone MU 61161. J"; : I A Democrat. Gore voted for

,the civil rights bills of 1957 and
y *( r'x ; e a 1960 but said he cannot supportthe

taking a trip or a cruise? special summer occasion? form.current legislation its present .

Feel free to take your fur in and out of storage -S_ F' s I are Nineteen dead set Southern against civil senators rights

at no additional charge! 1 J dsd' 1' fF ,l 1n It .4 A f 'Air legislation and are dedicatingtheir
1 S t oratorical energies to trying .
to talk the bill to death. If

Maas' Fur Storage ... they can the persuade bill should 15 colleaguesthat not be

passed attempts to choke off
debate-now in its 40th day-
would be impossible. To Invoke
cloture, 67 have to be in favorif
all 100 senators show up and

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. . : I'vote Leaders hope talkfest to drive Tuesday a
h wedge into the
or Wednesday by calling for
,. a vote on their amendment to
provide Jury trials In discrimInation
We now have seven windows 1'0 cales.tTough .

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make your banking quick and \ Schedule

{ r easy. Do all your banking S ,Planned For

Gemini Crew

from your car. . .
1 HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) A
,V, gruelling schedule win take up
: nearly all the waking hours for
MAKE DEPOSITS CASH CHECKS 'Gemini Astronauts Maj Virgil
(.t. i I. (Gua) Grissom and LL Cmdr.
I I I John W Young In the next six

Iff11! I The manned spacecraft cam
-. schedule of MO
;ter announced a
SAVINGS DEPOSITS hours' training for the pair, ex
Ill I it's a gift from pected to blast into space In the
( first Gemini flight late this

The flight will not exceed
thj.LJ: L'Air du Temps three orbits and the recoveryarea
will be in the North Atlantic
Sproy Eau ode Toilette, $6.00' near Bermuda, officials

,,,' plus $2.50' size of Perfume said yesterday.
I Grissom and Young already
Open Friday Evenings 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. For Your Banking Convenience have started training In the
both for 86.00'Buy
Gemini spacecraft simulator at
McDonnell Aircraft Corp at SL
,5 ; )
the Sproy . hove the perfume with .v Louis. Ma The backup crew
N,no R,eel'I compliment. No ordinary gift
of Cmdr Walter Schlrra and
thu. It I the torn rare scent In on txquit ttUallqua
flacon And you can keep ont, give Maj Thomas P. Stafford, will
one . or enjoy them both. Also" Caprice! by PEOPLES BANK take about 90 per cent of the
Nina Riccl, pray flocon with compl mtntorv same training.
.C, perfume, $6.SO', Breakdown of the training

Mau' Cosmetics a eta '' schedule: shows: 200 hours In
.' : spacecraft tests, 200 hours for
.1, travel 125 In the Gemini mission
OF LAKELAND, I simulator, 90 flying airplanes
BAHif 60 systems briefing, 40
\ 5 ....e. flight plan reviews, 40 par task
.' trainers, 25 planetariums; 20
Wt tl .' With Trust Department eI escape from the capsule and
recovery; 20>> centrifuge and
launch abort exercises: 20 operations .
reviews: 15 parajump and

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, AprU W, 1N4__ J-A I

Burns, In Lakeland For Fish Fry ,Rallv I

A 200 car motorcade swept emarks by stating that he .he 1 will use every legal means, ed to run that business," Burnt

bringing into Polk gubernatorial County yesterday candidate could dwell oh his platform' Burns to hold back this in said.Burns Get Out On The Water With One Of The Beautiful Boots I

Haydon Burns to a speak ind would not "resort" to at federal by the federal gov told the crowd that he Listed In The LEDGER Classified Section
and .acks on other Candidates I IM. .... adv. .Ir e..dN.t.r
ing engagement fish fry last that Burns said. would make no campaign promises ---1
night at ChristinaPark.\ I The candidate aimed a portion pointed to his IS years but that he would be "an

Touring the eastern part of of his speech at the pend-' as director of one all Florida governor and that I
the county during the Vy, ng civil right legislation and Florida's largest govern will be as concerned for the .
Burns and members of the"Burns' ermed it "civil wrong leglslaJon" the city of Jacksonville. people of Polk as I will be for -
1 Blitzers" arrived at thr the background "needed to the rest of the state."
takeland Terrace Hotel about "Among the greatest shadows the state of Florida. The candidate also hit at deficit
5 p.m. yesterday .for a brief ; over this land at this times I government of Florida financing." He also hit the CIECTqle
press conference and then went this socailed civil rights biggest business In the Increase in license tag costa and
: directly to Christina Park for U1." Burns said. He told the the Wallace L. Storey
and the experience gained said he would, if elected, provide
i the fish fry that had been underway audience that the bill If passed, Roush Roush."I halls of the legislature Is a program for the repealof STATE REPRESENTATIVE'r.lk
for more than an hour would destroy the of bert I cw.rr orwr a
Burns was greeted at the Tree enterprise\ that has system become here, the.-type of experience- need- the Increase._ ___ _____ .__1 a1MOCAAntAIMAAY
I 1 park by an estimated 4,000 persons he "American heritage" gate
t and instead of going di- "But." he said "the public loose in I Radio & TVService
: h i rectly to the speakers stand he accommodations portion of the I NANCE'S
mingled with the crowd shaking bill Is not the only portion to running i
hands. and answering ques cause c, em'" Burns said turning ii i
f ions. MOTOROLATV -
/ that the| bill also called for caught
I Hits "Rights" BUI forced Integration of workers In county e STEREO RADIO e COLOR TV .
The Jacksonville rivately''owned businesses and The Complete Line of Motorola FOR STRONG) EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION tlead
mayor, In- trial by federal Jury if the busI- by a : Horn Entertainment Equipment
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Hill of Winter Haven, opened his is.1 he said, "takes away Mayor .111..1) Adw.O.wne/ : ':

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Cyprus: Ages Of Strife Y I -
I I By ARmOR KROCK per cent wan cast for Mrs

( E t @trre6 t .JI itllnr. Senator Smith of Maine
I For a small land, half the size of Years of peace fur Cyprus, with or l WELL WASHINGTON-Sen Gold- whose nomination prospects

New Jersey and with about twice Polk without independence, have been few ( water hat Deliberately made art generally deemed, to be

County's population, the Island of over this vast stretch of centuries. / YOU t i himself the most controversial nil, these+"figures how that

Cyprus casts a large shadow over cur- yi. figure in this presidential) Goldwater,! best fortified I
of and '
rent events. This is nothing new. The Turkish conquest Cyprus i. year by taking position to strongholds are crumbling under :

history of Cyprus is the history of the settlement of Turks among the pre- .0. _ which a very enormous Republican op. I
Greek took Influential
dominately population 'rJal position his choice by the I
whole ancient world, and much of .r.. group and articulate
After 400
the 16th
place in century
San Francisco convention.
modern history has focused on this group
crossroads of the Mediterranean. years, the two groups, remain separate I in both parties Thus, 'by using their own
linguistically. religiously and cul a and In the
special computer, and shifting
Beginning at least as far back as
turally. I press is emotlonally -
4000 B.C., Cyprus has seen successive r the gears to produce opposite
Greek Cypriot agitation+ for "Eno- opposed meanings for the same statistics
of both Hence
waves settlers and conquerors, i- ,
sis reunion with Greece bitterly : the bipartisan anti Gold
because of its strategic position, 45 or b' even when he -
the Turkish minority be- fir. wins emphatIcally water has It both
opposed by M ts ,group waysin
miles off the coast of Turkey, and be- t
iron gan in the 1930s and accelerated after kiI I as in the findings widely circulatedIn
cause of its rich copper and deposits Illinois presi-
World War II KROCK the press and on video.
dentla prefef

A roll call of the conquerors in. The blood of a hundred generationsthat ence primary, the victory will PERHAPS THIS Juggling of :

cludes Thotmes III of Egypt, SargonII has stained the soil of Cyprus con- be analyzed adversely on the voting figures to establish ad-

of Assyria, Darius and Xerxes of tinues to flow, despite the presence for tip, } r argument that his total percentage vance conclusions will be effective -

Persia, Alexander the Great, Caesar the first time of an internationally fell below the figurethe on the, decisions of

Augustus, Mu'awiya of Syria, Richardthe constituted peacekeeping force analysts themselves fixedas Congress and the national

Lion Heart the Byzantine, Venetian Cyprus, bearing the weight of cen +. meaningful. And any party conventions. But, so far

and Ottoman Empires and finallythe turies, will not know peace quickly or rte o S worthy Republican opponentcan as Goldwater's hopes to win

British Empire easily ::' lw.rta.. wr depend on attracting the the Republican nomination are
votes of the tonliderable'antlGoldwater
concerned, a candid analysisof
faction in the the Illinois primary results

THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE party in the primaries to would supply sufficient evidence

I An Issue Of FairnessThe come. that these hopes art

A large segment of this Influential dimming: Richard M. Nixon
Girl Needs and articulate bipartisan -
Sponsor was unopposed In the 1900
Federal Communications Commission olous If the FCC finds that legitimate group is also committed
presidential primary In that
(FCC) has an unusual appealon interests of this large segment of the to the houseapprovedequal state, but 782.849 Republicans
its hands, The United Church of public Are in fact being ignored, it EDITOR: Some time ago witness. Palne's "Age of Reason" rights legislation now turned, out to vote for him.

Christ has asked it not to renew the ought to take action to protect theNegroes' 'you published a letter In The ledger'sOpinion and papers by Franklin, pending in the Senate and Four years previously, RobertA
"Voice of the People" froma Jefferson, Hamilton, Madison, against any truly moder.tingamendment. Tart got 73 per cent of the
broadcast licenses of the two television right of part-ownership in the Page Therefore, whena
Japanese girl, a student In Patrick Henry and Sam Republican primary ballots,
stations in Jackson, Miss The church air waves being used by the stations. popular referendum, as in although, unlike Mrs. Smith
says that the stations, by their failure Whether there will be any FCC action Mita Senior High School, in This editeriel. ,.,. ."..! Adams the Wisconsin presidential two of his opponents, Harold
which she told of desiring to the .Ip.p. i awe .pl..I.". Finally, I would submit that preference primary, indicates
td present news and public service pro. is uncertain Although individualsand U.S. and en metiers ef current 'interest E. Stassen end particularly
In the notably opposition to
study wasseeking'a most religious( persecution has greater
in the ee'irerlel cel..... It General Eisenhower, were supported
45 the have made fair- "
of Interest to the in
grams Negro percent groups past house draft than the group
sponsor welcomes the eplnlani ef begun with a persecution of by well-flnancsd, nation
of their listeners, do not serve the ly convincing arguments that a stationwas Her letter and plea was so '..4.,* in the V.tc..1 the atheists Due to the wisdomof had forecast, its political and .wide organizations

public convenience and necessity, as not using the air waves in the sweet and sincere that I was 1.fieple signed Column end beer Letter th. writ mutt the framers of the Constitution press test of augurs the meaning reverse of their percentages In the 1964 Illinois primary

required by law public interest, FCC very seldom has moved to answer her, but only .,'. address, but saws* will if the Constitution Is So their analyses of also, ISO,000 Republicans who

The church points out that the sta failed to give almost automatic renewalto as one Interested In her request ke withheld epos reeue<.. A obeyed, that need never hap- the Illinois and Wisconsin results participated in the hot contest .
letter should not eiceed ;ISO between Charles H. Percy
tions' weekly four hours of religious a broadcast license. If it did make and wishing her success ..".., end vans cennot be pen here come out like this: and William J. Scott for the

has included renewal in this conditional Improving I explained that I said The Ledger ....,.,..
programming never any case on was party nomination for governor
the right to r.|.ct city letter DON A, T1MM: 1. SINCE 73 PER CENT of
services from a Negro church and their programming for Negro viewers not able to offer myself as a ., shorts It. Opinion. efcolumnitti the vote in the Wisconsin did not mark the presidential

news programs fail to mention anti- the case would be of significancefrom sponsor but would welcomeher end ether con.trlbutori Democratic and Republican ballot And Scott the
eppter elicwhere On The loser, was an all-out Gold-
segregation activities. a communications, as well as a into our country as one thin ,.... SavingOf primaries who wag cast the for House candidates water man, In an equally hot

The complaint Is by no means fiiv- civil rights, standpoint. friend to another Tax Dollars bill, the fact support that Cov Wal- contest for the Republlc.ngubernatorl.A
I received a very charm choice in 1960.
lace of Alabama gathered only
ingly written letter, enclosingtwo Answers EditorialOn EDITOR I read with Interest 25 per cent of the Democratictotal the voting in that and In the

snapshots of herself and demonstrates the weakness presidential primary were
the recent statement of
I Dribbling And Scribbling ; her friend, taken In their very School Prayer Clark Stone candidate for of the protest of whichhe about the same
the sole
was Just
pretty garden, but a sad note FDlTORi By of answertng Clerk of Circuit Court, that If THE BACKERS OF the &;
way as adequately for practical
In. her letter states she was -, and commenting on elected,-he could save the taxpayers tne'forecast' pending eqyal Bights bill without ,!fIf
4 maximum -
The State University of Iowa will The economists tell us demand is the purposes !
disappointed when \ht read your editorial (re: prayer In J50,000 the first year in of 10 per cent would substantial change would
pay its new head basketball coach rel1 on- my letter, because she thought public schools) let me begin the operation of this office. It have done not, however, be sustained by
more than it pays heads of several There aren'tery many who win by saying I am a Lutheran a candid analysis of the pro
she wlt'rPC'elvlnl word of a is refreshing to hear any candidate 2. Since Goldwater polled
Now, first it is test vote for Wallace in the
academic News Item. contraryto
departments all the
season, sponsor the facts that atheism who wants to live only 84 per cent of the Re. Wisconsin and Illinois primaries .
A hundred philosophers answer each Yet to the date written would be Imposed as the state money, and moreover Is will publican total In the Illinois The significance of
It has all been explained but we still call, (February\ 18) she had had no religion if "under God" is ing to state an amount presidential primary, and 26 the support in the Wisconsin

do not kno.w other correspondence or recognition stricken from the Pledge of This Is a lot of end Democratic poll for that opponent .
Why they pay the top pay to Professors But when did philosophy fill up the to her letter which Allegiance any more than one wonders how the money savings No Cure For of the legislation who,

of Throw- hall? your paper so kindly printed. Christianity, rather than are to be accomplished? )i ,w as Senator Jordan of North
Is there not some way we Buddhism, for instance, Is Imposed after Social Evils Carolina remarked, was a
Economists tell us-but do they speak ever reading further it
Why the wealth of the scientists needs: might renew this plea, that by the phrase. We are intrigued me to learn that this "bad image" of the cause,

to be bolsteredBut true, somewhere in our vicinity, not prohibited from expressing office pays salaries of $11,400 EDITOR: In regard to cannot be explained away by

the Chair of the Rebound is If they did would they do what someone might see that sucha our faith\ and trust in God and $9900, plus bonus und C.D,O,'. letter in The Ledger citing that, though the bipartisan

richly upholstered.It economists do? request might be honored? In our home, church or synagogue four weeks vacation with pay, (April 20), I would like to add margin against Wallace
I am willing for you to publish or the if vacation is not was forecast at a minimum
pay It
still puzzles us that the Teacher of If they really believed the ideas they her answer, upon request, As to "not being able to say used etc The above was a something person would seems have to as be though wry of 90 pet cent It was,

Dribbling broach, in the hope there is some way fully what we believe." the stated as facts and as I have foolish to think legalizing liquor after all. 7$. lot if Wallace,

Should be better paid than theTeacher They would hie to the fieldhouse her desire to improve her Pledge doesn't mention equal not read, or heard any denial would cure existing social with all those strikes against
self be achieved. Her rights regardless of him, could draw a protest
may race the readers must assume they evils Murders end
of Scribbling[:: and learn how to coach.Mao's , letter states: "We have In the freedom of speech, rights are true. I am sure it Is legal thefts have been committed rape in vote of that size, obviously a

past had the Introduction of against unreasonable search but as a voter and a taxpayer, Polk County, true, but how respected opponent like Sen.
+ culture of your country in our and tenure, etc but, still we I believe this office needs reorganization many of these were really Russell or Sen. Byrd of Virginia -
I country , ,1 I want now to see believe thus, and the failure caused by alcohol? These would have drawn much
Greeting it, feel It, and learn It by my of the Pledge to note this does In view of the facts, as statement are easier said more.
own eyes and heart.' For that not weaken these rights stated by Mr Stone, I dint than proved. The outcome of Wallace'sbid
I want to go to your country" Thirdly, I take issue with believe it would be too difficult There is nothing wrong with In the Indiana and Maryland .
Niktla Khrushchev received birth under Communist leadership trained End quote from her letter the statement that the U.S. for him to save the $.i0- liquor, only the way WhiCh Democratic primaries

day greetings from Red China's Mao and supplied from Communist North This girl may be reached at was, founded on Christianity. OlIO and I am sure the County one uses It. AsA for the skull may support the contentionthat
the following address: Kelko Some of our first settlers were Commission would be delight. and crossbones, the letter his showing in Wisconsinwas
Viet which has been tutored
'r e-tung in spite of the bitter doctrinal Nam in turn
refugees from religious
Higal, 101 Naki Ktmata, Ota. persecution ed to have the additional revenue writer should have signed his another freak perform.
and power struggle which has been going and supplied from both China ku, Tokyo, JapanMARGARET. either Catholic or letter with them ance by an historically unpredictable
on more and more openly betweenthe and Russia Anglican Our founding fathers electorate. But
E, HUGLE were not all Christian, as A. S. CONNORS JACK
RENAUD III what if it
two men and their mighty nations The Russia-China feud does not stop

since 1958. in the presence of the enemy, but it Is

,Chairman MHO'S prediction that toned down enough not to interfere

Russia and China "will in the long run with security on the outermost danger It's Fashionable To Worry About Sin' I IBy

be closely united In the struggle to oppose points

imperialism" (meaning the United RUSSELL BAKER practically Impossible to roll smug and scandalized at the hailed as a disturbing. documentary the )idies and poisonous to

Stales) is perhaps wishful thinking at (), ?f faork ttimri back sin with a congressional same time. The rub Is thatit on the parlous morality everyone his life todches. In
this but than the WASHINGTON Every appropriation, the sensible of youth.
point no more Candid Cuss! Is a dubious proposition. the film Hud
happens to be
Western view that Russia. body is worrying this spring answer would be "None" The movies have been Instead the public greetsit
about the country's morality, May the President be so doing as a charming cameo of old a rancher, but he Is also
China differences will completely para. Says the Chicago Sun-Times editorially which is probably Just as bad courageous good work recently on Immorality English life and permits it clearly recognizable as the

Iyze the world Communist movement : "May we remind the ladies as it used to be before It became This Is the kind of thing and two recent pictures the final accolade of movie businessman with his private

The split is important and real. But that while we are willing to give credit: fashionable that makes life impossible for are Instructive* Theyare orthodoxy the AcademyAward loophole, the senator doing a
to Jones" and "Hud. for "best lucrative business from his of
[ worry picture the
at the to the administration ;for whatever it a president. If he declinesto
some points most importantones about it send sin "Tom Jones" gives us an 18th year," "Hud" the superior fine, the repairman gougingthe
it does not seem,to paralyze the may do, we will not give it credit for A few months congress a special proposing dynamic messageto century young person who Is film In many ways" raises sucker for a shoddy pieceof

Communists at all. Cuba accepts aid calling our attention to the ladies. We X ago, the big programs for cleaner living, a delight He gets drank more delicate questions challenging work.

from both China and Russia, and Ideas, have been noticing them for years thing to worry the Republicans will attack brawls lecheries in public without and Indulges the moral code that Immoral He lives within
I shout was poverty : restraint today's adults are passing to the law, and In this
him as vice's handmaiden. society,
too. Zanzibar Is being Infiltrated by usually with pleasure, always ith in
Before. Tom and his ladies carry on the young he shouts people'who live by
both. The grim South Vietnamese civil terest. Obviously the Sun-Times has that it was If he of calls uplift for he a crash Is certainto program the way the immorality worriers principle die broke. The Toms

I war and the half-hearted Laotian one an editorial writer who is either courageous Cuba and be.fore be attacked on the ground conceive young people HUD IS ONE OF those irresistibly learn morality from the Huds.
I the work of local foolish bachelor that HerJ carry on today If he were beguiling louts If today's youth Is on the
are largely fighters, or a that low living Is a traditionalpart
.. nn. These in leather
wor- of the American process played a jacket and whose debonair dedication to wrong path, the people every
-- -. BAKER 't fads come which has helped make the on a motorcycle instead of the easy life and the fast body ought to be worrying
01 with such country great. In this dilemma in wig and on horseback, the buck pass them for modern about are the old people who
intensity that nobody can presidents urually hedgeby picture would probably be swashbucklers, devastating to are worrying about the youth
think about
LAKELAND LEDGER them very clearly -
appointing a blue-ribbon a
because of all the loud
commision and hoping the
worrying that goes on. worry will blow over while
OAIDNSa oars cowus ,". The sure sign that something the committee is finding office Potomac FeverBy
ruelna oNN NAaanoN, VMprM Is in for
a really big
Imperial Polk County ,* ;t CKVI HAMM Jr 'aroelite spaceTHE .
IMMtTT ITIH JasWorld's worrying comes when ques
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Citrus Center '- DirMWri CHUUS lions are asked about it at
UNILn. ,( ., HICMAHO Kf AM. the President conference PITFALL for a president JACK WILSONIt's
,. .. news
ICY Clrruliil' n M>n rl NINRVAILIV
Pr......"... Manure. The first question about urged to do something
about immorality is the lack a shame they kept Harold Stassen off the California ballot. This nation
American President Immorality was put of agreement about what immorality operates on the principle that Stassen has a right to lose any election he wants
to Johnson three
The LEDGER'S All is. The to.
telephones : Deportments-686-1151 weeks ago The second was present up-

popped Tuesday. '' .,' >' ', ,,' *
SUBSCRIPTION KATtS The first time, Mr Johnson President Johnson likes those rose garden press conference Reporters

HOME DEllvtalt said he wasn't worried ft (ipfii:& ; aren't so sure, They're wondering whoa leading whom down the primrose path.
Tuesday, however, he openedthe 1 *
One ,.., . . . . . S2I40 One Tenth . . . . $ I.93 gates Immorality, he ., 'c ..", ., '
Sit menlliiThree . . . . . $11.70 I W..k . . . . S .45 said, was very much like It looks as though Barry Goldwater may not get as many delegates as he
poverty-we must try to driveit roar seems to grow out of expected in Iowa. Now he knows what> people mean when 'they talk about a
mentKt S 5 IS One peer ey ", ..) , . J2<.00 trom the American scene" magazine and book polemics blow right in the breadbasket

purporting to show that young *

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by IT IS EASY to foresee, the people in lechery are more than self.indulgent people The new geometry: In Laos, mathematicians have discovered a right-and-
next question Mr PresIdent young
left with three crooked
triangle aides
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 what steps do you pro used to be.
pose this government take to This Is comforting to the +

drive immorality from the old people who (impose the The W01 Ids Fair stall-in flopped Thats the trouble with modern .'"irs-- you

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2? lUtitOIIIIAUOTtXOinu DOMING FOB VOTE Tuesday. May S, 1964 May S. 164 May S. 1964 Community after community

i oTONN u hat over the
Folk County Polk Polk
County County
: + !! SWITCH years fought
F It .1 lEf1oCO'CR Florida; Florida Florida a lone rathei

.f iit one aided, ,
hopeless battle
s.-a.. L J....... L KM with the Civil
Ov4LI NOlIANOP.m ) COVHTYT BONNilpk row j AeronauticsBoard
( \\ and
I[ For United Stat Senator i Au..., STATK rN. with the airlines

I ..., ( J.BOSS tJ .. ls.llfOSRR I to retain

Vote (or C *) ODIUMBURH < Volt lor On.) Governor J or get sormsemblance oi

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adequate serv
Vote (or O)( Ice. EMERSONOne
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by one these communities
J HOOItOthr have lost the battle Others
0 even though the future
I indicated that they would facea
.... h. Start r. 1 reduction or loss of service
oantsoifcM (INK. JR. I, have done nothing until the

t ,V v 4 Tar Collect. ". c crisis develops This same
i history has repeated Itself in
STATE t .,' Gun. K. the case of a number of cities.
1''r' (Vet. to On)
Many cities have decided
r .. that in unity there is strength

The potential strength of
Fe Covereoa PH/.rlek .. H..... communities acting togetherhad
NAIL CandidiUi whose ..", will appetr never been shown because
to OM) I d on tK. ballet In th. various Jut)'. ol lho'un the airline and the Civil
Districts follows
are at Aeronautic Board often
J "picked off" one communityat

J P. District" No 2 Remember how National

Harry E. GODWIN Airlines moved out of Lake-
P. I. (lunHENDRICK) land without a hearing by
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tWSAIRiOTI {OONEaSlut CAB? Just a letter to that
Superintendent efPublfe IIJ FOR CONSTABLEJ august body stating they
Inrtructlo P District No. 3 would serve Lakeland from

Tob. ACREE Tampa. John Dregge CAB
Rouee W. THORNHIU Community and Congressional
( ( Note for On.) BUD Relations '
J Ed WILLIAMS expert was
ot Attorney General 0 brought to Lakeland by us
\ FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and we were pleasantly told
vote tot On) W. J. i, U41IIOll' District No 4WalttrG to accept Allen Boyd Chair
MiaBttWIB BELL man of CAB, and Dregge'edecision
that they did not be-
( Cloy (Dl)) DELGADO
lieve Lakeland needed air-
Suptnrittr. el service so it was alright If
'h'"I L H. L "Sh."", FOR CONSTABLEJ.
R.gisfr.fiorsNob /IlM1I P District No 4 National passed us up.
Now cities are forming
For FkrlJa Public Utilities Commissioner lOt On) Leon THORNTON LASAC (Local Airline Service
Action Committee) and its
.h'' ... "W M statement of Intent Is "to develop
local alrservlce to
J. P District, No. & en-
sure the broadest coverage at
Morris COMICS the lowest rates to serve the
Cl.o Wm. "Bill" KITCHENSA. needs of the local communities
I For State Attorney Dim {ROWSaRJSU1i J A. READY and the nation To establish

Clork Criminal Court procedures and programs

I / ,..... J. cll Crr.Vot ... for cooperative effort
., / 14..... CoROOD 4Vo lor On.) **" Ii. by Federal, State and Local
( (or OralSLATWt ) 1 '-"v::" .,. oJ! Cfll governments In setting standards -
: and policies to govern f
\ Inauguration or suspension of
,, local
I airservlce. A reviewby
.... ,
c. .
of CAB
j'j cms 'URTStonfu Congress the ad-
) J ministration of the Federal
j t
I. ti .' ;:\'f''I'' ) \0- I Aviation Act with respect to
, :' t local air service"
I For Star Senator f. ,' ... N6IFTOI ,' J. ) < 1 "I * *
: A Member lad of [ '
1' 1 f*.*.** It........ CWfkt Vi.' G County CemmliilanenDMrlct less in attempting to put upa

1 ( good fight to retain air service -
Von to 0..1' Q.nla- L111m ,....,( LpKll because the smaller cities
(Vet* (or 0...>)> '/ .... had neither the legal and economic

i r resources necessary to
fight the CAB proceedings.
dJ It is hoped the joint effortof
M7ff i1OI mmL LASAC will go far in presenting
dJ a united front against
For ember of the Stale House of Representative the continuous erosion of
scheduled air service from
Q Q. .. W
,..ft c....,. Gr*'"e N.. IVOl. OUIMJck Member bard ol DUNSON11USS0 smaller cities LASAC's effort
will be directed toward service -
0 County Commissioners as performed by the local
( lOt 0..1I '1
OMrlct > arrlers.
L J n J. Many communities have

NRNUD..Id Note (or On.) J received a "rszzle! dazzle"
G from some of the trunk lines
who were certificated to
.. AUIrw serve medium.size cities but
/ m&oixtonoMwon. (OKEEI lost Interest In providing this
G type of service In some cases
:1:1hr Member Beard of r schedules were arranged todiscourage"
: "
business which
Ie......... County CemmtuioninChrrkt ) LkC.
Member of the State House Representatives Q S JOMESJm' tn turn gave weight to the
i arguments that the public did
0w.a.r. not support the service
Pall cwv. Ge..p N*. j (Vote lOt On) Anyone feeling strongly on I

L this subject and wanting to
Neb for On*) STOl ; J.r support the movement can

0 ". write, LASAC c/o Minnesota
r Department of Aeronautics,
I' St. Paul Downtown Airport,
rot t Member lad of a ,. St. Paul 7, Minn. Congressional -

J ( Public! InetnrctionDMttct (2) support is of course.
necessary to make this pro-
I effective. Those Interested .
mumttUMUUGI' should express their
/ Vot. (or On.>>> support to members of Congress -
I Ir asking their Congressman -

1; to check with SenltorHumphrey'
a. L office for infor-
Member bad olfublfe mation and coordination on
Uftrvctte this movement.
Help Lakeland get Its right-
OMrict 4Vo
....... D. 'Bid AtlltllI T. ful share of airline service.
DOM uait.CM There Is a petition now before
( ( On
or )
(, the Civil Aeronautics Board,
Washington 25: D.C. for
Southern Airways to operateto
I w. C4,1 T Lakeland from Atlanta and
CUrk of tk* Cfcuit Court STONEri Justice of th. PeeceetiMct MAJUUDVlnjll J on to Miami

t tVott Remind your Congressman
tI I Nab tot you want that service whichis

ANN ( lOt On*) WOHKfMtrrl., L rightfully yours.Inquest .

!i r\rYs J Set In


i.1 j r: DNANNUN..6P ContbleDttfrM HOWlttNcOOUJD< J Death Of NegroCandidate


Sheriff c A coroner's Inquest within three
( (or On.) days Is expected to determine
j circumstances of the fatal shoot
MWB1MM ing In Statesville of a Negro In-
I surance man who Is seeking a
seat on the Iredcll County
I Board of Commissioners

i! ". tocos* However, Iredell County Sher-
iff J. C. Rumple said he knewof
i ,
no racial overtones concerning -
the death of Benjamin Sanford -

: Carlton, 47, of Statesville.
who found shot death
\ ".)0 < was to
near his car in a Negro residential
The sheriff! said he could

make no determination as to
whether the death v/aa accidental -

murder or suicide


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21 1MI .... -
LEDGER Sunday April "
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Johnson To Ask Billion ( .' ,, "l.!fliJ' "'t". m! ;t iii l ,i1ii. ." .(jit. ." ": .J. 'tJ' ..jttr'l' ".. 'I AttackOn I ibituar t5 I

I eaL ' rofL'X'.1'"t)'. '1'\ ;

For Poverty-Hit States .\ : ,, \ CyprusSAINT MRS.,MARGUERITE t ALDRICI NERAtl.EWlS

"" -- ., . Mrs. Margie te M. Aldrich; Eloise l-vtion Chattmon
tyN gave figures which indicated -the President said, "I am ex -
the aid program eventually erclsing all the precautions that EUAS, Cyprus (AP)-67, died earlyl yesterday morn- Lewis, 67, of p Third St., diedat
would ' Greek Cypriot fighters launcheda log at her horn at Ken's Mobile S 40 o'cloif:yesterday .,"omIn -
cost $1 billion prudent men for
or more responsible Fr
my fy rw m q.t. wrJlrN +$ Saturday
attack -
including $840 million for 2,150 safety recommend.." r i tiptN4ll surprise predawn Home Park h' In a Whir Haven nursing
miles of highways. In discussing his on Turkish Cypriot posItions She was. fetive of Grand horn. H

On other major topics, the safety, Johnson said he personal Is heartened in the rugged advanced Kyrenia five Rapids Mich. And came here A native o) ;1rl/County Ca.,
President laid"There : that people like Trumanare Mountain six months ago torn Ferryburg he moved tl Auburndale from
*- is still a serious risk concerned. miles toward the strategic pass Mich. She was a', ,ember of The Pansy, Ala.I ad from Auburn-

of efforts to upset the Geneva "Very much Concerned Mr.President" meek At least three killed Turks and and three one Catholic Church, prand Haven dale to Will !Haven and. later,
were Mich. 18 He wasa
Trumaa Interjected. I years aglto Eloise.
Greeks and one Turk wounded Survivors Inclisa her hue.' Primitive Baptist
Johnson said he tries to exercise I member djthe
reasonable in a five-hour running battle band Fred V. AVlrlch, Lakeland denom ,-tlon and was an
I 1't' 1n. J will insist on speaking to which started at J am. the one daughter Mrs. War- Army veto d of World War I.

and associating with the people United Nations reported. ren E. Boiling, Hiring Lake He was /member of Winter

accords" providing for a ecu. He said he will talk to crowds, Scout Cars IntenenerrenchCanadlan Mich.; a son, John F. Aldrich Haven BaaVcks No. 613, Veterans -

trallst-headed government in appear on open platforms and dragoons In Grand H.ven)41 and one of Wo* War I of the U.S.A.

Laos. ride on occasion in cars. armored rolled between trandchlld. Survlvl are his widow Mrs:
"We are still disturbed open scout cars '
about the situation," he said "I see no difference," he said, both sides as dusk fell. Services will be hel at Grand Hazel DijJi Lewis of Eloise; a

Oen.. Paul Harkins, com "in sitting In a eat in an open But military observers believedthe Haven Mich., undeikhe direction daughter/Mrs. Judy Gonzalez

mander of u.s. forces In South car or standing on an open plat. battle for the pass and the of the KinkerM Funeral of Eloise three eons James F..

Viet Nam, will retire Au,. 1 and form." He laid people who wantto heavily fortified Saint Hilarlon Home. Burial will fellow* at John B. f d Jerry V. Lewis all

be replaced by his deputy Lt. harm the president could do Castle 10 miles north of Nicosia Spring Lake Cemete Spring of Wintel Haven; three sisters
in either Lake Mich. Local arr gement' Mrs Ad Williams of Tampa
Gen William C. Westmoreland.A so case. would resume.
I Ire raft manufacturershave ,, The number of Greeks in are being handled by J\a Heath Mrs. EnHia Hughes of Ashford

failed in efforts to develop aJeped frte ?e i ralved in the fighting was estimated -Funeral Chapel. Ala., a* Mrs Midera Wallace
Me at between 300 and 400. of Gre vide. S. C.; four brothers.
design supersonic proposals jet for transport an economic so $500,000Post ><+lea 41 Pwd7 h4n.a H tr.dal w4C.ssvrft tads P..a The strength of the Turkish opposition -I KINNi RITE Jo/n W. Lewis of Eloise

the program will be reviewed was not known.In Services for Alden H. lining. Rube lewis of Ashford, Ala.
elsewhere during 69, of 1032 Sycamore, wtt died Creel V.1' Lewis of Merritt Island.
"I remain convinced that It Office $cotttr.4 thawtrt are pK'4 today for ctntral Rckli, control Plclni, Ohio, TmniM. t4 fighting
the day a Greek Cypriot was Thursday, were held yes day Hand James R. Lewis of
will be possible to develop an tows MlMhiippI' Volltyi, and Gulf r.jion, with thudiirtformt likely In orth,," Plalni t4 lip,_ Dukes-SteelFu-
killed In the village of Aylos morning at the Falls Church, Va.; eight grand-
American supersonic transport"I Mniliiippl V.ll.,.. Warmtr w..thr h foraciit for Likti' *r.., Ohio sad Mississippi; V.II.,., sod with the
Theodoros, 30 miles south of neral Chapel Revflif. children and four great-grand-
remain convlced that It Dedicated North Atlantic' .,.,... AP, Wlriphofo Map)
will be possible to develop an Nicosia. British troops with the ton H. White, officiating. chUc"en.
American U. N. force came under fire Music was provided by s. Funeral services will_be held
supersonic transport Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation ,
which will be economic to Bass, regional post office con again as gunfire rattled through Arthur Rich. Pallbearers tube. tomorrow afternoon at ;3 o clock

operate," said Johnson. troller; retired postmastersR. STATION H. L. Cincinnati ............. 73 41 Milwaukee ............ 52 33 Nicosia I itself Cliffard Punham. Carl Schfng from I the Ott-LaugMm Chapel

Truman Concerned H. Naylor and Lynn W. Daytona Beach ....... 88 68 Dallas ................. 84 65 New Orleans .......... 85 68 U. S. transport planes began Jesse Skipper and Fr ,with Elder W. C. Chandler of

Bloom; the Rev. Ralph C.Arbaugh Ft. Lauderdale ....... 87 73 Denver ................ 58. 42 New York ............. 59 47 flying 1,000 Finnish troops from Hammermeister. t he: Haven Primitive Baptist
Reminded that Truman earlier Fort Myers ........... 90 67 Detroit ................ 59 33 Phoenix ............... 71 41 Helsinki into Nicosia to Join the Burial was at the Oak HI :hurch. Winter Haven official.ig. .

Saturday expressed concern Gainesville ............ 90 67 Houston .............. 75 65 St. Louis .............. 75 54 U, N. force. Burial Park under the directiol Burial will follow la Lake,

that Johnson "takes too many Fr 1I.1(111 :(Jn : { Jacksonville .......... 88 69 Kansas City .......... 74 58 Salt Lake City ........ 44 31 Turks RetreatIn of Dukes.Steen Funeral Home. >de Memorial Park. Winter,

risks by mixing with crowds," Key West ............. 88 78 Los Angeles .......... 66 47 San Diego ............. 64 49 the iven. Friends may call at the|
I and asked for his own reaction. LAKELAND ........... 81 (9 louisville ............. 57 48 Seattle ................ 53 46 the face of. strong RITES FOR MRS. RITTER t japel today from 5 to 9 o'c1ock.jJOSEPH
Greek the Turks abandoned
president of the Miami ................ 86 73 Memphis .............. 75 58 Washington ........... 61 41Nr.w attack Funeral services for Mrs
Lakeland Ministerial Assn;, Orlando ............... 89 69 I fortified positions along Flora RItter, 75, of 130 West- I
the west of the C. BROWN
and Father William J. O'Far*. Pensacola ............. 82 69 spiny ridges over Drive who died Friday at
and retreated toward the JospeJ
rell of St Joseph's Catholic Tallahassee ........... 87 68 pass Lakeland General Hospital, will NTER HAVEN -
Church. Tampa ................ 88 65 medieval castle, where they be held Monday morning at 10 C. Vown, 53. of 701 Ave. H, NEJ

Following the dedication W. Palm Beach ...... 89 73 gain dug In. I o'clock at Heath Fun r a I die*,uddenly Friday evening at
o..Nr The Greeks captured strongholds -
:his I
guests and visitors went Inside .r.rM ; sG wMM. at Gomaristra and the Chapel. HiVas native of ShadydaU! ,
E. Crosby,! a
the new building for refreshments Atlanta ............... 72 62 tiny mountaintop chapel of The Rev. Harry Ga. Id Winter Hay n
1 and a firsthand Boston ................ 46 40 ZONE FORECASTS .. ". saint Elias from where they' minister of education of the I came from to Cherry HA1,
ut\BE\ BlEVALUE inspection of post office facilities Charlotte ............. 67 54 they looked down upon Hilarlon,'I Southside Baptist Church, will:two N.J.j ll rs had ago 24 of service/

.HHUHu.u.. ... Chicago ... ............ SI 42 I with A -isolated Partly cloudy thundershowers and warm the last remaining Turkish position Oak officiate.Hill Burial Burial Park.will follow in with lars, Roebuck years as

r --- -- "rsco..ISpecial 85. Southeast and e before Kyrenia Pass. Friends may call at the funeral servlc administrator ff the
winds 5
south QH Saint Elias looks down on a home this afternoon from territor I office He retirfd. because

I I B, C Partly cloudy with clandestine Turkish Cypriot, until 5 o'clock. okis health, In 19 whenhe
11 11t scattered mainly afternoon and landing strip which is now with camiliere.

early evening showers. High in mortar range. RITES FOR MR. KIRK He viA a graduate if Bliss

mid 80s. Funeral services for Webster Technlca Institute of fashing-

t t Considerable cloudinesswith of 214 Swannan- ton, and 1 member of pie Bap-
C. Kirk Sr., 80
some scattered showers Jarrard oat who died Friday will be heldat list Chunl
udifA 1 cooler with high 75 to 80. 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoonat He is s ived by widow.
COBBLRSt rii Mrs. Ruth cte daughfwemary .
A BLE E, H Partly cloudy with tow the Gentry-Morrison Funeral
few widely scattered showers Resigns Home Chapel. ter, Miss I. Brown

i High 85 to 90. Friends may call at the funeral both of W''r Have* one son,
teSAVINGS ..u kt6 Walter Coi |ll Brow*of Cherry
State PostFlorida until 9 tlday. )-
home from J p.m.
-Partly cloudy with
it Hill, oneStambaugh ?ter. Vs. C. D.
t ONE GROUP scattered mostly afternoon show f Densest, Ga.,
ii ers. High 88 to 93. Variable Weafhercasf exhibit at the New York and one grandaugfer.
winds 1to\ 15 miles hour. LEON DOCK HAYS
I per World's Fair
FRUIT $895 Reg. 11.95 jw G. J-Partly cloudy with Lakeland can look forward Jarrard said the commission Leon Dock Hays, 56. of 129 I

I widely scattered mainly after today to partly cloudy skies program was being left In the E. Granada Sti.General died yesterdayat Hospital.He I RITES FORsMRfWILKES

noon showers. High 84 to 88. and warm temperatures, witha Lakeland, i WINTER HA\E Full military )
chance of widely scattered was a native of Mitchell services *\\1 I held at the
K Partly cloudy with a few p
OF THE moving to
BONE widely,scattered showers High afternoon showers 1'PnI 1! l.c ,One County Georgia graveside In LaWde Memorial .
Variable winds will blow Lakeland froml!1 Hopeful, Ga., In
T I WHITE 85. at Park tomorrow Jr Willie Ray
Southeast an south winds ito .
15 miles hour. 7 to 14 miles an' hour, and 1950. He was 4 farmer and citrus Wilkes 42, of 2 i Ave F, SE, I
0011 Jr ,us70, moderately high humidity was hands of "a competent professional worker, a/id a member of who died Thursd
2 i Hopeful Church.
I and dedicated staff. Mr. Wilkes wan englneman
I The minimum temperature: During his three years with Survivor. ,Include two sons.Lemuel first class with te U.S. Navy.

MEN'S UNDERWEAR Daylight Savings this morning was expected to the commlssin, Jarrard sppliei and Stephen Hays, both Preceding th >urial, serviceswill
be near 70 degrees with the I what he called "Operation Hard of Lakeland 1.: six sisters Mrs be held t orrow at 2:30:
Time In EffectNEW
i maximum today to reach about Sell" to the program of developing :ula Lee Brown of Moultrle o'clock at the Crisp Funeral

87 degrees. Florida's tourist industry Ga., Mrs. Ruth Hutto of Syl- Chapel. The R R. D Hodges
) Many vester, Friends
and Industrializing the state. will be acting < plain.
parts of the nation of Sales City Ga., Mrs
went on Burtz
i Among his Innovations were may call at t chapel today
F '
OP1NE iQ, Daylight Saving Time today St. Augustine the first Florida showcase inNew Willie Mae Pope of Blooming. from 5 to 9 o'c It,
$695 $995 Clocks move ahead hour Nell Hutto of Sylvester
Reg. an : York City, the first Marine dale, Mrs. "
The change began officially and Mrs. Edna Earl Lee 1CIIARL f
Police Arrest welcome station (In Fernandina ;
rttsJy, .' at 2 aim when the time became ,Beach), drive-in welcome sta of Albany; and five grandchildren. i LEWIS /
WHITEBENFORD'S 3 a.m. Daylight Time will WINTER HAjEN Funeol
f Nt.r! I is be observed in 21 states on a 20 More Negroes tlona uses, regional two traveling advertising showcase all Funeral services and burial services for Chfr les Peron Ly-

statewide basis and will continue will be III Hopeful. Friends may is. 71, of 1496. Lake How ad
media and cooperative
In most places until Oct. 25 ST AUGUSTINE (AP- with communities programs call at the Gentry-Morrison 'Drive, who die Friday nurvng
The new time will mean Twenty more Negro were arrested ben: of Mineralo'clock Home from 3 until 9 will be hid at the ftt-
BOOTERYDOWNTOWN commerce and the travel I
changes In some long-haul train Saturday in sit-In demon- trale. today. Laughlin Chapi at 2 o'ckk
and bus schedules. However, strations, and integration leaders .I this afternoon, *th the Rev L.
1 l A some commuter trains In Day anounced a boycott of St LEO SAMUEL WARNOCKLeo E Dickinson assoctto

Lm .J light Saving areas will operate Johns County merchants. Primary Samu i Warnock 57, of pastor of the Beer Memrlal

the I John Gibson, an official In Route 1. Au mdale, died Methodist Church offlclttimGrayeside
'!'!'= s...."..,,,.,,,. on regular schedule. yea
= -- Martin Luther King's Southern terday at his om. He was a services\: will Stow

,Christian Leadership Conference Only 10 native oP wrence County. In ,the Perry Cemetery, frry
I said all Negroes in tilt Georgia and tame to Aulturn- FlIt. at 2 o'clock,tomorrcK

I ''county were urged to buy only dale from GI wood, Ga., 23 Friends may cap at the hap-

essentials, such as medicines, In Days Awaymobile years ago. HI was a citrus el I from 9 o'clockthis/ nmlng

GRADUAIIOHPortable I the county. worker and a ember of the to service time at 2. I'
Five Negroes were arrested license tag fees. BaPtist Church!

I Thursday in what a King aide I "I spoke against this bill In Survivors Inc de his widow, '
,said was the official resumptionof the debate," Karl said "On six Mrs. Jimmie I>ee Warrock; I. RITES FOR MR. JOI/ N

Integration demonstrations, different occasions I voted seven sons Llr.., M'!lvin WINTER HAVEN funeral
Typewriter :which had been suspended Since against it. and worked to prevent -L., John D,,War M., Richard ."" ", for Peter Johfri, 90.

I -Li the Easter weekend sit.ins.,, its passage." L and Billy Wkll of Auliurn of Eloise Loop Road, fro died

I Gibson said most of thou arrested Karl said Dickinson was "feel- dale, and Bobby, of Winter Thursday afternoon ai Lake held
Alfred rest home
were residents Haven; two da htera Mrs.

SALE! (Ftpn,' 'Pa.lll :On. Joyce Brown and Hiss Margaret tomorrow morning f Funeral 10:30:
.a AT THE THEATERS ( Annette Warnock. tooth of Au- o'clock at the Crud

I burndale: two brdhers. Alvin Chapel. .
-- J'LMi5.' "'VS.IN I Charles Gunderma vicar ofthe
-- 1bdn Md. and
1 ATHLETIC SHIRTS I i N.." and ur.w.u: ; :: ,ing the strain of the campaign" R. of Uppermarlbob of J ,Ga. : Grace Lutheran dirch, will

Sal Ct ipflngy.for.maximum obtorbont cemforlend torsos i I"a"S. *Br.. ;,.,.And..Cad Thurd.r,' and, :'Ul TM>"'Ow". and getting" "careless in your three Johnnie sisters H. Mrs. laude sup Connell -.officiate. Burial wi Callow in

atdrlfE1170aRt sas slri sq loft xaslgi e141tR 'wU.7 and a.turd.f '' charges. He demanded a Ifes. Dssie Lakeside Me m 0 r 11 Park.
rJ sift aundl ; of Glenwood
smooth rV Pure white finWi' ,
CLIP AND AVI s S "Wllo' a"" al"pr.In M, .a.d}" traction. Friends may call tof y from 5
Itwt il.y 1 froth-leakl' woihmgIM IAa'DaY.A re-I Williamson of Sav nah and
weshleg. Sso! 34-44. -COUPON- .._.,., f"1"V'fUU-Tuodul :Tho Pink Shakespeare Quoted Mrs. Dollie WIlliams of Lyons to 9 o'clock. ;
:3 148 WOUTM + "So ii *....** *t<"< 'l "aoldlM Mathews quoting from Ga.; and 14 Iraodch ren.
: FOR .
49t fa.TII 4 Run.LANLLoNe Shakespeare, had this to Funeral services wl be held
,,, layabout
i) '**
I S1 V6.P' Tod., th.o..11 Tuudq.. ; "'''''''. "**" Dickinson Kelly and tomorrow afternoon lat 3:30: Dukes
SHIRTS AdJ iII..ln.B". Mint la."Me O.41 **" "Tall Ada Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- o'clock at the GentrjMorrisonuneral een

Soft, torsos knit qu.rtar-...... TOWARM THI fUHCHAtl f>f A sew !Wnn..do.. "..>.....kI......... .1 Ttrlan,'." sonville: "They are full of sound Home chapel\ith burial -
.I' ,' .,Mrl. Look aquatly will 01 en I FORTA.LI VALUI. ||0 00 OH MORIThl i Th"r. .'di7hJiroul .lIlnt""n. ,,,. and fury, signifying nothing. in Auburndale imetery. Funeral tome
uod.mhM or iart ihirt. line40lwon't t Olltr OlMd Unt I Juno IS. IM4 .r..di,'"lo and Mr."f Umpet1... "JJJul.mn Traveling across North Florida .-Friends may calf at tH funeral
ride up, fctoi & : R. strrrdreRacgatDacsr.ds rtmat i xt+J4, I'cod.' th\K THIATIR from from Jacksonville to Pensa- home from 3 until p.\. today. /
1 .M. j | 5..k ,...,." WMnndmn "MuootoI cola in a motorcade, Mathews 310 S. j/orida

WASH and WIAR J :;: IAnuh bWNU; -Pr. said pledges by Dickinson and RITES FOR MR. KJNING
. AND WE GIVE AN ADDITIONAL ITin..d.t ttth' L ."
I SHORTS I T...AT.II (N....) other candidates to reduce FlorIda Funeral services for den 11.Kinnlnl Ml/2-3123/

1 MlgK-covnt" tSoa.rlc.dtono0 [.TM.y':...D ihioii.h.... ...." Tu M4'd"..'*'..".cnildnn., Uu.f tues were "false prom 69. of 103] S; more, Phone
broadcloth' that ...ed, Iron.tng . $12.50 or MORE FOR YOUR ises." who died Thursday K held'''
NH .... end. p....I.( ialmoan 'WrdnMdirlthnu.il awn"MrordaY. rrldtr: "IIIIlhl.1I1 In Miami. Dickinson said the yesterday at the Duk Steen ambulancj service

comfortable fit Rolnforcodat ..... : 8110'.OUD" an4 "Pt"a'! Clwanis Club and the Advertis-
Funeral Home chapel. r fci the
snail poink. In oll-ov pottanw TRADE a1LVe
IN N'b515
toM colon of whiM, dices .o.o., Ouanatae ,I'coda,""'....!..."J"fJl*', '.*IN">. Quick log dub of Greater Miami took Rev. Fr. Clifton H. WWA officiating
18-!2. uun and CrlmMa. BlftdHWMlnndtr straw votes and he beat out Burial was In Oa Hill\
$*tr Nothing Dews led Thurrt.T .U MA High both times. He called
KNIT KBttTS FrV.V"nd"led.lJfd.t" l*"" Burial Park.
Rib ln)| tofton briefs that"grv* 24 Met. le Pay I :a;: IIln. of ,B.br1o". | :" 'Sli"3ArBnRNBAtpA I this "food for thought for all Organ selections were' resented AMBULANCE
with, a .ry movement. for full. : 41 "" I elanQ?' ;; .nd I- the voters In Florida." by Mrs. Arthur W. h.Pallbearers .
lima comfort. Haal ,.."font llvaalaitlc . lay A-Way New S1"; .* .JVMM I Burns campaigning across were Clifford I SERVICE
waist end lot lends I Jimii:, Tru stir W ''."l*,central Florida, noted that he
Jesse SP-
S tM Jt-44. COME ON IN AND LET i I*W.Ni"The!:1V.Drip"sued.sin", la R.w :had been endorsed by the Pen- per ham and Carl Fred Schading HammermeisitHbRNTOH, I at yo Vho caB,
avon ,puns Hli.w "war..Ie taI acola News and Journal and mry 01 of Shesg
3 fOR 20869 ea. US DEMONSTRATE OUR I ad ell R.rmildq' and "corridor.1ARTOW : that the same newspapers .. .', ; oad) d.y.I .

MACHINES. ROYAL ."r.Iro, T.- ouiaodr'.IH""McLlat.eS" backed the present governor .
SAmNa Cl -. Lot. ,... I 1
Hal "Cit
UNDERWOOD a REMINGTON N..man, sod "Ta. ......I farris Bryant.He MEMORIAL :HOME
I :
IL'lft! spoke aginst the trimester
L C. SMITH AND OTHERS I n1 c""AIMatita'4Qsir1 0 a::"Ooo MutFbHINO college system and the civil (III $4.1t- AV*,
CITY c.l"1 wr..ol/ bilLEgyptians ....11.... .foIu Jm 417 K Moss. A"..
4& I :,CI r'::;' PO'.IIo'," sod "carrld or. rights ...', ,... Phony MU 6-213
JU... PLANT CITY 11.11I., "tA.. .tlII .. .. ,. ... ,
K. T. JONES CO. j i yr.'d row_, .Ir......" ud "1'. ar greet spring by ft. ; ;""

I. florid.,..'nu<|H getting up at 4 aim on the dayof
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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday. AprU 2E,19U_ '. . '\ t'::' u" .:"' '1''': ' ' ': Greeks
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Johnson To Ask Billion \ tEt9af ;\<-I r ytlt;..' (Ctt..nit.. "Ce. !" -" I tuar

I e tfiJl r ". ; t.'. !;! AttackOn e t5

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For Poverty-Hit States .' "" ._.. ,. !JI \

< " ... -- ,' .. . irnon Chattmon
r - - MsrgleHte
Mrs. M. Aldrich'
ty gave figures which Indicated -the President said "I am ex
the aid program eventually erclslng all the precaution. that ELIAS, Cyprus (AP)- 67, died e.rly\yesterday I morning Lewis 61, of p Third St., died
would cost $1 billion or more. prudent men responsible for v Greek Cypriot fighters launched at her horn* at Ken's Mobile at 5:40: o'cloJyesterday .morn
my ew lrtdn
a surprise predawn attack Saturday Home Park In WiJr Haven nursing!
Including $840 million for 2,150 safety recommend hp. ing a r.;
miles of highways.On In discussing his persona on Turkish Cypriot positions She was a bitlve of Grand home. ftf

other major topics, the isfety. Johnson said he is heartened In the rugged Kyrenia Rapids, Mich. 'And came here A native clarty: County Ga,
President lald"Ther. } that people like Trumanare Mountains and advanced five six months ago Rom Ferrj' "burg. he moved Auburndale from
*- is still! a serious risk concerned. miles toward the strategic pass. Mich. She was I' ,ember of The Pansy Ala fad from Auburn-
of efforts to upset the Genevatrom "Very much concerned Mr. At least three Turk and one Catholic Church prand Haven dale to Win*iJJaven and later
Greek were killed and three Mich. 18 Eloise He was
President, Trumaa interjected years aglto
Johnson laid he tries to exercise Greeks and one Turk wounded Survivors Incluie her husband a member f the Primitive Baptist
reasonable precautionsbut In a five-hour running battle Fred V. AUrlch. Lake- denom ,lion and was an
IWe One will Insist On speaking to which started at J a.m., the land;; one daughtei J Mri. Warren Army veto of World War I.

and associating with the people. United Nations reported. E. Boiling firing Lake, He was /member of Winter

accords" providing for a neu He said he will talk to crowds, I c Scout Cars InterveneFrenchCanadian Mich i a son, John F. Aldrich Haven Ba* cks No. 613 Veterans
trallst-headed government in appear on open platforms and 70 dragoons In Grand Haven, Doll c4, and one of Wo* War I of the U.S.A.

Laos "We are still disturbed ride on occasion in open cars h gale armored acout can rolled between grandchild. Survlvlri are his widow, Mrs: '
about the situation," he said "I see no difference," he said, both sides ai dusk fell.I Services will be he! at Grand Hazel Dbii Lewis of Eloise; a

Gen.. Paul Harkins, commander "in sitting In a seat in an open But military observers believedthe Haven Mich., undenthe direc- daughter/Mrs. Judy Gonzales
of U.S. forces in South car or standing on an open plat battle for the pass and the tion of the KinkeiM Funeral of Eloise I three sons, James F.,
Viet Nam will retire Aug 1 and form. He said people who wan: heavily fortified Saint Hilarlon Home. Burial will follow at John B. lid Jerry V. Lewis all
be replaced by his deputy, Lt. to harm the president could do ) Castle 10 miles north of Nicosia Spring Lake Cemete*, Spring of Winte/Haven; three sisters
Gen. William C, Westmoreland: so in either csse. 'OD 1 would resume. Lake. Mich. Local arc gements Mrs. Adi Williams of Tampa.
-A I Ire r aft manufacturers 'I eIwkeefd The number of Greeks Involved are being handled by fa Heath Mrs. EiJha Hughes of Ashford

have failed in efforts to develop BARw Hints SFmrl o.4 $Sw8.d "a d 5ee In the fighting was estl Funeral Chapel. Ala., ai* Mrs. Midera Wallaceof
mated at between 300 and 400. Gre villa S. C.; four brothers.
design proposals for $500,000Post
an economic -
tasid lenA r e.u.; H iddaaard.Cd.ivtr L.d faes..t RITE
KINKING of Eloise
supersonic Jet transport so The strength of the Turkish opposition Join W. Lewis ,
the program will be reviewed. ,was not known.In Services for Alden H. lining, Rube lewis of Ashford. Ala.,

"I remain convinced that It OfficeDedicated ScaHrd showers .r. expected today for < nftdl Reckiti, canted Plots' Ohio, T.nn..(.. sad fighting elsewhere duringthe 69, of 1032 Sycamore, wrl died Creel tf: Lewis of Merritt Island of
day a Greek Cypriot was Thursday, were held yes day Fla., And James R. Lewis
will be possible to develop an
lower v.n. ,nd Gulf "
Mliiinippl , region, with hundtnrormi liktly I III northtrii Plaint and vppcrMiiiliuppl
killed in the of at the Dukes-SteelFu- Va eight grand-
village Ayios morning Falls church ;
American supersonic transport"I v.n.,. Wormor ...th., It fof.coi. for Lokt .'.., Ohio sad Mississippi v.n.,., sad
remain convlced that It Theodora, 30 miles south of neral Chapel with the Rev.Clifton children and four great-grand-
North Aflonfic (AP
will be possible to develop an states Wirtphot Mop) Nicosia. British troops with the H. White officiating. hildren.
American supersonic transport U N. force came under fire Music was provided by 5. Funeral services will be held
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation
which will be economic to Bass, regional post office con- again as gunfire rattled through Arthur Rich. Pallbearers *\e tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock

operate," said Johnson troller; retired postmastersR. STATION II. L. Cincinnati ............. 73 41 Milwaukee ...........1 52 33 Nicosia itself. ;Cliffard Punham Carl Sch%. from the Ott-Laughhn Chapel
Truman Concerned H. Naylor and Lynn W. Daytona Beach ....... 88 68 Dallas ................. 84 65 New Orleans .......... 85 68 U. S. transport planes began ng. Jesse Skipper and Fr with Elder W. C. Chandler of
Bloom; the Rev. Ralph C. Ft. Lauderdale ....... 87 73 Denver ...... .........1 58 42 New York ............. 59 47 flying 1,000 Finnish troops from Hammermeister.Burial the Haven Primitive Baptist
-Reminded that Truman ear- Fort Myers ........... 90 67 Detroit ,............... 59 33 Phoenix ............... 71 41 Helsinki into Nicosia to join the was at the Oak Hi church, Winter Haven official.g
lier Saturday expressed concern --- that Johnson "takes too many 'j-qnj. ; .. ni Jacksonville .......... 88 69 Kansas City .......... 74 58 Salt Lake City ........ 44 31 Turks Retreat of Dukes-Steen Funeral Home. de Memorial Park Winter
risks by mixing with crowds," ) Key West ............. 88 76 Los Angeles .......... 68 47 San Diego ............. 64 49 +ven. Friends may call at the
and asked for his own reaction, LAKELAND ........... 86 69 Louisville ............. 57 48. Seattle ................ 53 46 In the face of. the strong RITES FOR MRS. RITTER apel today from 5 to 9 o'clock

Arbaugh, president of the Miami ................ 86 73 Memphis .............. 75 56 Washington ..../...... 61 41 Greek attack the Turks abandoned Funeral services for Mrs
Lakeland Ministerial Assn.; Orlando ............... 89 69 i fortified positions along Flora RItter, 75, of 130 West-
and Father William J. O'Far. Pensacola ............. 82: 69 the spiny ridges west of the over Drive who died Friday .t JOSEPH C. BROWN
rell of St. Joseph's Catholic Tallahassee ........... 87 68 A pass> and retreated toward the Lakeland General Hospital, will NTER HAVEN Jospelj
Church. Tampa ................ 88 65 sod Y.,,, ,r s +sae.w medieval castle where they be held Monday morning at 10 C, lown. 53, of 701 Ave. H. NEidieiVuddenly

Following the dedication.guestJ W. Palm Beach ...... 89 73 again dug in. o'clock at Heath Funeral l Friday evening et
and In- The Greeks captured strongholds Chapel. his sidence. /

side the new visitors building went for refreshments Atlanta ...............72 62 tiny mountaIntop at Gomaristra chapel and the of I The Rev. Harry E. Crosby HtVas a native Winter of Shadydaty Haven,

and a first-hand Boston ................ 46. 40. ZONE FORECASTSA MaN.1 ". Saint Elias from where they minister of education of the Ga, lid irs came to HA1,
from Cherry
[ ]BlEVALUE two
B inspection of post office facilities. Charlotte ............. 67 54 .ass they looked down upon Hilarlon, !Southslde Baptist Church will N.J.>11 had ago 24 of wrvice
UN Chicago ............... 51 42. Partly cloudy and warm tw.sLemw.:1. the last remaining Turkish position officiate. Burial will follow in with lan. Roebuck years O>. as
Burial Park.
.. with isolated thundershowers.
.U ##u. before Pass.
Kyrenia call at the funeral -service! administrator ff the
85. Southeast and winds 5 may
sguth Saint Elias looks down on I home this afternoon from territorli I office. He yeti d, because
I i B, C Partly cloudy with clandestine Turkish Cypriot otois health, in 190J. when
until 5 I o'clock.
,t Special scattered mainly afternoon and .NNNNr1.awli landing strip which Is now within he camtVere. .

early evening showers. High ',.. mortar range I RITES FOR MR. KIRK He wJ a graduate H Bliss

mid 80s. Funeral services for Webster Technics Institute of fashing-

I D- Considerable cloudinesswith C Kirk Sr., 80, of 214 Swannana -ton, and I member of/he Baptist -

some scattered showers Jarrard who died Friday will be heldat Churct /
Wte A tBLEh cooler with high 75 to 80. 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon' He Is sik-lved by he widow
COBBJMLSI3CT I E H Funeral Mrs. Ruth I Brown, ae daughter -
Partly cloudy with w r. It the Gentry-Morrison
Wmary Brown
few widely scattered showers Resigns Home Chapel. Miss / ,
'. ] High 85 to 90. .r.ntt5 Friends may call at the funeral both of WiiW Haven one son,

SAVINGS :ti F, I Partly cloudy with State Post home from 3 until 9 p.m. today Walter Hill, one Cordjll liter Brow, ws.of Cherry C. D.

ONE GROUP scattered mostly afternoon show .
Stambaugh If Denfrest, ,
I ers. High 88 to 93 Variable WeafiercastLakeland Florida exhibit at the New York and one gratydaugler.
Reg. 11.95i winds S to 15 miles per hour World's FairJarrard LEON DOCK HAYS
fcjrr $ 895 G, J Partly cloudy with I can look forward said the commission Leon Dock Hays, 56, of 129
I widely scattered mainly after today to partly cloudy skies I program was being *:ft In the E. Granada St.;. died yesterdayat RITES FOAMRWILKESWINTER
W noon showers. High 84 to 88.KPartly and warm temperatures with Lakeland General Hospital. HA\ES/\ /- Full military )
a chance of widely scattered He was a native of Mitchell fc the
held at
services I
I cloudy with a few w\t\ t
BONE ,, afternoon showers. lnt County Georgia moving to in LaWde MemorialPark !
widely showers. High 1't'Q1IIIt( graveside
WHITE l 85 Southeast an south winds S Variable winds will blow at Lakeland fto !!Hopetui. Ga., In tomorrow tt Willie Ray
LOFTHE 7 to 14 miles and 950.. He was 4 farmer and citrus -
i to 15 miles per hour. an hour Wilkes. 42. of 2V Ave. F, SEe
. moderately humidity worker, sjid a member of:
[ high was hands of "a competent, profes- who died ThurS predicted.The slonal and dedicated staff." the Hopeful Baptist Church. Mr Wilkes w /an englnemanfirst
minimum temperature I During his Survivors .Include two sons /
Daylight Savings three years with class with e U.S. Navy.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR this morning was expected to the commissin Jarrard applied Lemuel and Stephen Hays both Preceding th< )urial serviceswill
i Time In EffectNEW be near 70 degrees, with the :what he called "Operation Hard of Lakeland, six sisters, Mrs. be held t arrow at I:30
maximum today to reach about Sell" to the program of developing ;ula Lee Brown of Moultrle.Ga .I o'clock at the Crisp Funeral
.. 87 degrees. Florida's tourist ., Mrs. Ruth Hutto of Sylvester Hodgeswill
Re R. D.
i Industry Chapel. The
) Many and industrializing the Ga., Mrs. Jessie Lou Friends
i parts of the nation went on state. Bum of Sales City. Ga., Mrs. be acting c plain. \
i Among his Innovations today
feroFroElMi were call at t chapel
j Daylight Saving Time today St. Augustine the first Florida showcase in Willie Mae Pope of Blooming- from 5to9o' kk, I
$695 Reg. $9.95 1ssfl9i Clocks move ahead an hour. New York City the first Marine dale, Mrs. NeU Hutto of Syl
The change began officiallyat ester and Mrs. Edna Earl Lee
i iI Police Arrest welcome station (in Fernandina
2 am. when the time be Beach). drive-In welcome staons of Albany; and five grandchil CHARLIservices LEWIS
I i jS WHITE came 3 a.m Daylight Time will two traveling showcase dren. WINTER HA EN Funer I
be observed in 21 states on a 20 More Negroes buses regional advertising all Funeral services and burial for Ch les Peron Let- j

,f l i statewide basis and will continue media and cooperative will be I* Hopeful. Friends may i.. 71. of 1490 Lake How d
l programs
In most places until Oct. 25 (AP-
with communities chambers call at! the Gentry-Morrison Drive who die Friday mo
The new time will mean Twenty more Negro-s were arrested of and 'uneralJHome from 3 until 9 ng. will be hid at the ft-
t BENFORD'S BOOTERY commerce the travel -
Saturday In sit In demonstrations
changes In some long-haul train tra 'e. o'clock today Laughlin Chap at 2 o'clck
and bus schedules. However and integration leaden this afternoon with the Re\ L.

DOWNTOWN some commuter trains in Daylight , anounced a boycott of St. LEO SAMUEL WARNOCKLeo E. Dickinson, b.tired assofue
Saving areas will operateon Johns County merchants Primary Samu I Warnock, 57. of pastor of the Burner Memflal

Lr{ .. . _. the regular schedule John Gibson an official In Route 1, Au rndale died yesterday Methodist Churcl\ official
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- -- Martin Luther
- - - King's Southern at hil\hom. He was a Grayeside services will low

Christian Leadership Confer Only 10 native oft' wrence County, in the Perry Cemetery rry,
ence said all Negroni In tne Georgia, and came to Auburn- Fla., at 2 o'clocktomorr:
'county were urged to buy only, Days Awaymobile dale from GI nwood, Ga., 23 Friends may caU at tllel hap.
,essentials, such as medicines in years ago. Kt was a citrus I from 9 o'clockthiJ\! ing
GRADUA110HPortable the county. I worker and a ember of the to service time at 2.
I Five Negroes were arrested license tag fees. Baptist Church.! -'
Thursday in what a King aide I' "I spoke"against this bill In'the Survivors Inc de his widow. .
said debate, Karl said. "On six RITES FOR MR. JOIF>ON
Q was the official resumption Mrs Jimmie i jl.e. Warrock;; I
;afferent occasions, I uneral
of integration demonstrations, voted even sons, L. E. Jr., M-lvin WINTER HAVEN -
Typewriter which had been suspended since :'against It, and worked" to prevent -L., John D.. war M.. Richard services for Peter Jon. 90, i
the Easter weekend sit-ins. its passage. U and Billy L.'kll' of Au.urn-! of Eloise Loop Road, fio died I
I I Gibson said most of those arrested -I Karl said Dickinson was "feel- dale and Bobby.,\G. of Winter Thursday afternoon aLa Lake

were residents. Haven: two daughters, Mrs Alfred rest home wiUbe held
I i 10 :30
tomorrow morning :
SALE Joyce Brown and HISS Margaret
J AT THE THEATERS I P4tf 'One Annette Wamock, both of Au- o'clock> at the Cris Funeral

mrndale two brahers, Alvin Chapel. I
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DII''I-IN of
Charles Gunderma
Todse of Uppermarlboi Md. and.
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ATHLETIC SHIRTS Now1 terou,4 and D Tu".n'Ilalla"illrC .\ log the strain of the campaign"and Johnnie H. of J Ga the Grace Lutheran Qirch. will

Self, springy, absorbent cotton I WfdDMdair IhaVravli"and Cad.Thuradar! end ,,to1 Tha* ale car getting "careless In your three sisters, Mrs. laude sup Con-; fficiate. Burial wi'follow in
knH. Cal (or monlmum' comfort .." He demanded
:: a re Memoril Park.
,. Lakeside
oncl smooth *t. Pun whit finbhfK riiarrssr7akallatlaaislasPSntwrassa>asesarr: : tidaj d .41. "O.n.1I nell of Glenwood Pirt. Dtisie
Mays hch-1 oklna woihlng I CLI I "Who'ead'Do05051 Bern 81..pnl I. Mr'j.d'" traction. Williamson of Sav nab and Friends may call t y from 5to
IOAUI'l1Y- telatiRnothruw5 :
.ll.f wishing SUM 34-14. C fiA.Panther' 1'II..dQ "Tb. Flak I Shakespeare Quoted Mrs. Dollie Williams of Lyons, 9 o'clock. :
3 148 II( WORTH I W.d......':'u..*1"11. *.III *.'' "SoldlW Mathews, quoting from Ga.; and 14 arandch ren
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FOR 495 ea. () I t5'LAa11AN R.In." DUIVI.IN Shakespeare, had this to say Funeral services wl be held
I 12 ,Toda, thrauin T..d'7: "Whoa 11... about Dickinson, Kelly and tomorrow afternoon 1st 3:30 Dukes
TEE SHIRTS I II I 5i.epine Bhia Mint In,:Mr: ....t" and "Take au. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville o'clock at the Gentry' orri.on I 3reen

Soft, cotton knit qu .r-dM. t TOWARDS TNI PUHCMAII or A Nsw W.dnudu Tha: H.'arktk........ ai.Tttfsnr'.nand : "They are full of sound Funeral Home chapel Ith burial -
,.hl"' Leah equally wall n on I'OIlT".U vaLUs 5500 Oil 5055 Thur.d.' \ ..... "n. I.. and fury signifying nothing." in Auburndale cmetery. Funeral tome
vndtnhlrt or lIMit ahlrt L... J" 4 Ttila ore., Oaa4 Until,I Jurta IS IM4 II crtdibla Baar" ..,. LlniMi""mo.. .k..II"". Traveling across North Florida Friends may calf, at thi funeral
and PM.
tuck-in | rid. vp. Sires SWASH 65 rteatslsaaf51/tdet9mxNlLrYb9ctbll rdtarJltpJ4a POLK THtATI N.II. from Jacksonville to Pensa- home from 3 until p.1. today
,M, 1. XL Jj |Tod.a.uh. Ihrouih hrtr:' W.d........ "Nuci.' cola In a motorcade Mathews 310 S. forida

and WIAR ,Thuridar thrginh aaturdar; Tram aid pledges by Dickinson and RITES FOR MR. It NING
SHORTSHlgk.c.est 0 I I R"O TMIATI ("....) other candidates to reduce FlorIda Funeral services for den H.
SOIlI.lnd corton : T xla tha. threuah a".od" T.and.....,. ctilld.... .. taxes were "false prom Kinning, 69. of 103] S amore, Phone M2.312.3ambula
broadcloth that Mid! a. Ir.... $12.50 or MORE FOR YOUR I i WedoLm.dsp l award al Uoca- ses." who died Thursday * bas Ml u5 cod p.twl 55etne.an atrnI Prlliri' ""'"I''' In Miami Dickinson said the I
1110.7 Duk
yesterday at the Steen
comfortable fit Roinforcod ......41..: "Shot 0"." led 'hudia'. Kiwanis service)
Club and the Advertising
., itrou point In ell-avor pot- Puam'' and Ptehtm'Tod.p Funeral Home chapel mUi the
term, told colon or whiter SUM TRADE IN ?.Oiy G..rellt" I ILVtH lhrouan MOON T..d.DIIIV.-t..' ..". .. Quick Club of Greater Miami took Rev. Fr. Clifton H. Whi of fielating. ,
f 0.." asd "rh Crlm... 81.... straw votes and he beat out Burial was in Oa Hill
KNIT REfill l Nothing Down I ANnn" and "Thurda "If R Yen High both times. He called Burial Park.

Rib I Vnll cotton brlofi "that ",1..* 24 Mos. te Pay tlda ii:>:_;.:and 0f.Balurd.f"TMaialk a.OtloO," "5.mao5 eel thiS "food for thought" for all Organ selections were I re- I AMBUlANCEseijVlcE
I nQ seen' and "R.rcSi" .i the voters In Florida
with for fug %
trary movtmtnl OTN[. C1Tlp sented by Mrs. Arthur W. h. i
Hmo comfort. Hem rttiitant livolortlc Loy-A-Wey Now AC5ORND5l.sAueurs ;:A JltJ= Bums campaigning across Pallbearers were Clifford Lbw-
woke' and log bonds Jame.Ari.ir"" sad "Tess elan central Florida, noted that he .
5<_ 21.... !" ,. ham Carl Schading, Jesse of /Vlii c.9.
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COME ON IN AND LET .t':1. .51a" tad been endorsed by the Pen- per and Fred Hammermelst 1 v.B
2015 avoN PARK -- slit.,. .W..1f I. acola News and Journal and very bvr of HM
3 fOR 69f! a atrld '
ea.a4iGLL ' US DEMONSTRATE OUR Blued..pormllor 551 "Corridan that the same newspapers algW' ad day.

MACHINES. ROYAL .A'I'wk.' Td- pdoo'MeLintae5"! .inIN Sid backed the present governor,I tHORNTQN

w UNDERWOOD REMINGTON NNm 5CITY" ;; 6.k.end HT:: oW'; :' Farris Bryant.He MEMORIAL HOME .
I t.car spoke sginst the trimester'' ;
WRALae ei.t'.:,,"Dos Naa'aPLAN4 civil tins* *!.. *..,
L C. SMITH e AND OTHERS I college system and the
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"Wenw.lf in. rights bill.Egyptians ,... "'Q ;.I-J IS' 417 K Moss. Ave
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Planetarium Schedules Chemist

.r I The last "star show" of the revolves to show the principal t 1I

season at Florida Southern Col-celestial motions. Features of
First to Church-Then to Dinner I lege's planetarium will be held the current Florida heavens
also will be pointed out by Dr.
tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. I Everybody needs to study
Hutchman.The l ,
Siimfaj/ Special I ,
I I "How Many Stars?" will be planetarium Is located 1 r at science today, a University stressed
the program theme of the show under the dome of the Polk Science ; South Florida professor
BAKED ing it was announced by Dr in a talk at Florida Southern
J, E. Hutchman. head of the College.
HAMS 8 7c college chemistry departmentand "Science li the dominant note
director of the planetarium. WHILE GIVING FIRST AID of our civilization, but most
V*. taklM. ".n.. Butter The planetarium projects images Americans Ire woefully Ignorant
T... Cvffw Cli, Fruit JM.a'h of the sun, moon planets LOUISVILLE (AP) Richard of even the basic fundamentals. -
and stars on the inside of the Humphrey, a tree surgeon wentto 1 ," said Dr. Theodore A.
large dome by means of a com- the hospital' when he was Ashford.A .
plex optical mechanism which yanked out of a tree by an auto ;+ v chemistry professor, he

Humphrey tied a rope around was the speaker at the annual
1U1ilhIiI1i1M: his body then climbed into the ..' banquet of Florida Southern's
I tree and went to work.A student affiliate chapter of the ,
.. American ,Chemical Society. ',
SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN car came along struck the 1 1I
dangling rope, and toppled Teitbook Written '
2637 S. Flo. Ave 219 E. Main St.I Humphrey from his perch. He He !is the author of a textbook . J
suffered cuts and bruises. Atoms to Stan" :t
ne rN Aar, br_C.nm..a'__ "From
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I 1t04Bodcbcfeb other As a schools.sign of the times Dr.

SPECIAL VALUES Ashford' said, "most members j'
SPEAKER Dr. Tboodoro Aihforo1, loft, ctiomitrry prohaior at the Unlvamfy .( South Flort.it of Congress-who appropriate ,

Tampa, It wtlcomod fa Florida: Southoni Calloii .r Suo Tiidota af Lakeland, aacr*t.ry-.,...- huge sums of money every year !
for the nation's scientific projects
our of the irudant affiliate of Hit Amoricoii Ckomlcal Society, and Dr. J. E. Hiitckman hood af !I
-are helpless when it comesto
i FOR THE ONE YOU LOVE the ch.i"" doaarrmaiir. Dr. Aikfard .,... at tka colloga'l annuol chemistry banquet. judging the program." J

The reason, he said is that ,1
I MGive -.[science has advanced so far in 7 j
,the last 10 years that most lay. )
men have been left way behind.'I
"For example, the chemistry
OU\Jtoth\ t'g 10 years ago at the graduatelevel
is now a freshman

I A Woman Hung. . i course Dr. "Ashford advocated the

need of Americans in all walksof

Mother a gift on her day that will MAY 10th life-,"school lawyers teachers, ministers, businessmen andhousewives"

give her many years of pleasure satisfaction -to read widely in
P around tin huibandi Bock and old Hontr.. Mi Co out today and ito Artlon" Afalem ll low
Famous Danish Styled Walnut Finished the field of science "if they are
and enjoyment I We list only a few trpe of land dtvalopmant la which you telnet tho lot of four choice and mako t until down parmtnt.Monthly .
to feel at home in the age in
available./ parinanli ara low and this elvio you pltnty of tlrao to Mil your prounk homo at your prlco "
which we live. 1
tathor than at b lacrlflea Whllo pours waltlni for your homo to Mil you haft plenty of tlmo toN
5-Pc. Rectangular Table don your BOW homo jut u you want It. The campus chapter elected
these new officers for the 19M-
Mr and Mn D. W. Kooa: of Swlnd.ll Road hate don. thla and thXr beautiful BOW four bodroom brick 65 academic : Dale Potter.
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Group tato tt 4 and look for Lila AvaJon"... oa your Hint. Dnilopm.nl and slim by Bart Rod .ra, Realtor. Kent Lakeland vice president

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:', representatives in Peking re
.. ', 14" ,;: ,J"" !i." ported Saturday that Communist HANDBAG IMPORTED1-1\
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't 1.. ..,t 1 China has offered to sell 100,000
t: > \'i't ;.' >JJ" J\' : tons of rice to Japan. FROM SPAINWICKER
+ R :: : ;?"' \ Japanese government sources I
I reported, however, there Is little I
: t, !i; i of BASKETS
: ;. !: possibility Japan Importing
.:, ill Nx "' ", :, " ; rice from Communist China
: !' since Japan has decided to Import 0 .
.tJ f 130,000 tons of rice from I l ti '
t 4; Nationalist China Spain and theUnited t .I.It 2 22
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Mermaid Of CopenhagenCOPENHAGEN j f/F"r ,, 0
(AP) The plaster casts. tltllGtf I ANNUAL t'f t'41t' GESTSEIECTIONINEWFABRICSSIlHOUETTES ':C

one Little of Mermaid Denmark's of Copenhagen chief tourist, The Little Mermaid was ALWAYS RRST QUALITY" ) n _a (: .Y'/ SIZESI CHARGE AN ARMFUL! ,
attractions, lost her head Satur sculptured in 1913 by Edvard
Eriksen in an to catch }
day She had to be covered attempt v
shroud and carted off to the the sense of mystic yearning in .)
the fairy tales of Hans Christian ,1rt\1Y.D' .1
royal foundry to hide her r
.name. story Andersen.teller,Denmark's beloved FS Y'lJm'r lr"dsrj \ w I
Hundreds of Danes watched in __ ,

bronze silence statue as the-whose world head famous was' D&.ciotlJ ... I L1\ \ .. LtOOlJlJlJ V l! .

dal sawed with off a apparently hacksaw -by was a van removed ,, FAMILY -. -. ..,_,: _ ;:. Q c f < ;# D" tJi.. ." "co:;
from the rock upon I :, ., \a l .r-4 10e .. -c.. ..0..0
which she rested in Copenhagen DinnersServed 'f I r. ., I. a..p, A Aeotl...ord
years harbor. She had been there 50 i \.0 ; D O

Police vowed to maintain an

headed unrelenting the persons Little search whO Mermaid for neatly the dur per.be-'' Teakwood in Room the Open Tomorrow Night 'til 9 P.M.! Free 1000 Parking Spaces 6 P.M..b 9 P.M.

ing the, night and, spirited it .
wax. \ Roast Leg $'185 .
Dane were generally horrified. of Lamb ,; -
A'ftw found it amusing, : \ M,, .:!,,
but thev\were a final minority. Prime Ribs $ J '" ,
It was)of immediately known Beef .ZODof ... \
whether the statue could! be fully : '

restored_from_ drawings n ______orBeatles' - .".. J I' \. <
CHEFETERIA f 'Jt.: :.". l,
Ticket j Serving I

Sales' I II 1:30 AM.1:30 P..M.I ( \ '
farted i1
ROLL vWpQD (AP) The I $14 . Wa C 2 l

first ticket ,went n sale Satur Ii, ..... I ,
day Tor UiwAugust, Appearance .
of die British entertainer, the ): ", ; t 5th
Beatles?An4 sues what Hnn adei I : 'd"t.
( : .
dreds of ten jeers were wait- 7M : '
Ing-rafter an all-night vigil ;
for the first 'chance to buy the 1r
ducats .,, t
The crow 4 'was orderly and v'Y i , 1.1 i I I
many of the youngsters had Since 1940 A f, w I R Kr
their, parent along as chaperones .... } ,U
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Superintendentof BOONE c)4) > ,

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Public Instruction

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Thank You, Kathleen! r / r

.. for your friendship, cooperation ond enthusiasmfor \ 1t t,
('k'kA ilIp.

dedicated good schools.principals. for, teachers the wholehearted, end other support school of : T; >

personnel. \ I \ \ sI \

Thank You, Kathleen! ) s S1 ti dry

. for the things we've done together to benefitour

children . completion of new Jesse Keen

Elementary . classroom addition at Griffin tI

Elementary School . completion of commercialsuite

vocational agriculture building and physical

education plant at Kathleen. Senior High . I

remodeling and additions at Winston Elementary.
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When I Think of These :NNN

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Expanding Facilitieswhich I' 1

a'J ,}r7 I .

have resulted in greatly improved instructionfor / ,

our children, I look forward to a united effortto L A A
. construct a new elementary school north of \ ') j'' ---

Lake Gibson . provide a music suite and classroom ; "y



For on-the- fashions that love to be packed,
go Exclusively at Penne/s, lovely Carrie Walker All honors In fashion go to these chic, young
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SALAtDressing>: Electronic -Computer Plays

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f ,Matchmaker For College Dance

I : By DON MEIKLE He was beset by difficulties-] But with the help of.
'MlRA. l.'WHI ..' 'OEtPOU.nt.; STORKS, Conn. (AP) Os such as the girls who said they few humans, everything went
. wald, the romantic computer didn't want "sexually a&ire..j smoothly at the dance Friday
Limit Forr Ross 'Qt. > I did O.K. on his first venture as sive" partners and I boys; .who did night despite a surplus of a I
I .. r.3. 9 I 2"9' I a matchmaker at the University not want girls who were likely score of males.It .
'SAV.E, of Connecticut. to "get serious. was all part of an experiment -
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Urt. Ont:Yur Cfoka: : III ment. Questionnaires with w
questions were offered to the
0 student body. They were filled
out by some 850 students.
FXCELLE C r Oswald-an IBM 7040 computer
HAWAII AN Itte'.rYilltw . Y -then essayed" to provide
Prices Effective April 27 Tin 29th Vote Vote I'each student with three suitable ..
partners for the dance.
LAKELAND STORES ONLY ., j for for I Came students the big congregated night, the in chosen the I

:Student Union ballroom and .
1010 E. ROSE ST. ; Yancey Yancey were quickly tagged and arranged
by number.
jl ( t "Hey, look at 427 over there!
813 S. FLORIDA AVE. 46 ei. Can, 'Z. .. $AV.E: 2./\5. ,1 What comment a olll'! was a typical I

I! < .. .. ". ] : : .. . : ., Jack Carlson, a senior majoring I
Humid In English, was paired with i
Quantity Rights
UmitThrs.Ysurft.lce :IOX,:SUPERFINE. 4X(,'IT..:MOWN' j 333 a brunette graduate: t
I DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK '.QltDIG.l.ROt: { As State Senator !'student also studying English ,
:6 literature and 167 and 13,
Bread 2 16 01. 29e II two blonde sophomores. I
I ". "If I could remember 333's
tJ CPACKIN' GOOD JUMBO I FREE This Week QUILLIAN YANCEY name . ." Carlson mused aft. J
18 01. Ph erward. "She's older than I amlbut
, Pies. limit Two so what!I"
CURRIFR ft IVES will -
i' DIXIE DARLING RAISIN _- Some Hard To Match J
j 12 Beverage Glass There were some who were
{ oz. 1. Vigorously tax on I
. pkg.29c: oppose any groceries ,hard to match in terms of the c
1 and medicines. :qualifications they had listed for
tg r-.o WITH COUPON FROM BOOK their prospective partners. They JI
2. Vigorously oppose any attempt to drew zeroes for one of their
i F
!three and had
partners to go to
eliminate Homestead I
.. Exemption. ''a "problem desk" staffed by
r r e' m Valuabl. Coupon from Currier I
+ 4 lv.i Dlnnerware laoldet You humans to fill out their cards :
y Received 3. Diligently serve ALL the People in I
IBM cards
In Mall for Special Dlnnerware which were punched
ti ?... largainii Polk be tool of Oswald.
+ + + + + Special bout Tap Valu. Stamps eYour < County. not a by "
'" '.... friendly KWIK: : CHEK: or WINN. Special Interests. Oswald generally was sue
DIXII. cessful despite requests from
CAGLE'S PRIDE QUICK FROZEN most males for partners better
4. Introduce limit
GOVT. INSP. GRADE 'A' 1 legislation to price looking then they rated them.
SELECT SLICED fixing authority of the Milk Com selves. He was helped considerably
FRYER PARTSBreast mission. by the ladies, 85 per cent
of whom described themselves
5. Work for Vocational Schools. as ance.above average in appear.

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U.S.-Cub& Row At Awkward Time For Kremlin]

By WILLIAM L RYAN I Communist party"'and Its Insists on a policy of heavy reliance -against the U. S, overflights. At If that brought U. S. retaliation would he not provide new am-!
AP Special Correspondent I trol Inside the armed COO-l on nuclear-missile defenses. first glance It might have against Cuba, what would munition for the Red Chinese?
Soviet Premier Khrushchev Khrushchev, trying to buildup This suggests less emphasis seemed a bellicose protest. : Moscow do then? Could Khru- Last time his Communist world I .
and his supporters, Involved in the Soviet Internal economy. on massive conventional But laced throughout lives- shchev afford a new "eyebaU to opponents pilloried him as a,
a complex, many-sided debate Forces, and it II known some tia' discussion was a tone of eyeball" confrontation In a betrayer of their cause. i
over his policies, may be con- generals have been unhappy pleading, as If an appeal to re- shadow of nuclear war? And, suppose Khrushchev felt I 0- .
templating with dread the possibility TrespassersHard about this policy. member the Caribbean crisis of If Khrushchev backed away he could not back away this
that a new U. S.-Sovlet All these questions art raised 1962, when the world trembled from such a confrontation time? J
confrontation over Cuba could Stop, against the backdrop of new on the brink of war.
bring Moscow an Impossible clouds over the Caribbean- Izvestia spoke of a need for:,.
choice. I Family Finds possibly ominous clouds for "reasonable, realistic" approaches I, . 219 E. Main St. 2637 S. Florida Ave.
The U -Cuban quarrel over Khrushchev.The to world affairs. -
American surveillance flights KENNEWICK. Wash. (AP- Soviet government paper Perhaps the Kremlin sees the! \ MU 2.7756 MU 6-4159
comes at an awkward time for The H.. M. Egberts told police Izvestia. known to be a direct'unpleasant possibility that the J
the Kremlin. someone kept walking across Communist Cubans shoot I
reflection of Khrushchev, carried may
'their lawn so they put up signs own American planel.UNWANTED II I tL 'W YE STAMPS
,.Bedeviled by unrelenting nag The signs were torn down. I a long protest Friday ; : }{ ,.GREEN.
King from the Communist Chi- Next, the couple built a fence. I HAIR i __ 1
the Soviet is
to nese lengths to Justify party in the going That also was torn down. Demand for veneer a quality! 0.. p_ Anna, l_ Arse. .de
of Communists at home eyes and The Egberts countered with a black walnut has grown so Pw".tly 11.'rely.5v4 ar SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
concrete retaining wall. Even that manufacturers are
abroad not only its foreign pol SARA ALVAREZWe've w j
that was ripped down. using It at twice the normal ,_
idea but its ,
even domestic
strictly Next move? The Egbertsaren't 'rate of 17 million board feet a uu c..1t.I L c..._ I' r.a".I..t.t. U/-sail
policies.A sure 'I year __ I T.mw PIw..iI.
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by an odd obligato:! J
A lively discussion about mUi-i Moved. . to Barbara and Gene Ready
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whether certain 118 W. Lemon St.
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are unhappy about aspects of
Khrushchev's program I LANIER ask your support and vote for our

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Teen-Aged Negro Charged With

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YORK (AP-A pokerfaced their bodies lay facing each oth,look at the suspect valved a knife attack, the detectives
teen aged drifter was er, tied together, Miss Wylie The next day the patrolmanrode began questioning him
charged Saturday with the baffling nude and Miss Hoffert fully with two detectives, look- about the unsolved Wylie.Hof
slayings of Manhattan Career clothed. There had been no apparent -ing for the man. They spotted fert case
I girls Janice Wylie and sexual attack and noth Whitmore on a street and At 3:30: a.m. Saturday, Deputy
Emily Hoffert ing was known to be misting picked him up. Police Commissioner Walter
Police arrested him after he from the shambles of the S2SOa The mugging attack was sim Arm announced that Whitmorehad
allegedly had truck twice ,month apartment on the EastSide liar In method to the slaying of admitted the double slaying I
again, but was chased from the Minnie Edmonds, 46,, a Negro a 1 nut
in Brooklyn April 14. She died 6 DECOSAUBBASKET
living victim. An almost total lack of clues
stab wounds, in the face
of four
George Whitmore Jr, 19, a reduced the Investigation to
Negro who dropped out. of routine police work and waitingfor and Detectives chest. said that Whitmore itetf* Keep i e' rYIU SETzlOO
school after the eighth grade, the killer to strike again.
admitted under questioning that
admitted all the charges in en The break came at 1:43 a.m. he had slain Mrs. Edmonds and i
oral statement, detectives said
Thursday on a lonely Brooklynstreet. attacked Miss Borrera. Then,
In court, however, his court Patrolman Frank Isola In- i
since the Edmonds case Lv
appointed lawyer asserted: surprised a mugger who had 1
"These statements and con.feaaions dragged 21-year-old Elba Bor I
were made under duress -rera into a cellar alley near her HAVI A PAINT PROBLEM :
and stress and he now re home and was attempting to C.IILAKELAND < i c
cants all the confessions he her. Isola fired four shots' 1HEARING S fnUf kolMU M t rickWM.
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Max Wylie and niece of author
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NEW YORK CITY -, Polk and orange blossoms nine feet .
County1!.exhibit occuple. one high on two sides. "FLOR "
of about 13 alcoves that girdle IDA" is spelled out on signs -4'

the 20,000 quart foot Florida 24 feet long and three feet >
Exhibit Building at the New high near the top on each side : < _
York World's Fair : Around the base of the tow- '.,' .
Simply planned the exhibit .. '. :;;:! : : ,.. .< ;,";*' ff. ( .. . er a circular building 50 feet .>'.
presenta a panorama via : !''I'i t. ,.i"....":.. : in diameter which housesthe
murals of the features of ,, ., : ; '. exhibit of the Minute Maid .
top : .
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Polk County living citrus, ..' ;;\,.' ,:<::, :{D)", . '. t. .. Co.The .
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phosphate tourism. / Citrus Tower stands on
Large photos of leisure-time :.., ; ': > \ .. the shore of Meadow, Lake,
participants and workers ,en" i! ." .., where the Florida Exhibit occupies ,. h }
joying life in Polk County are . 500 feet of lakefront.
interspersed with these slogans ....:. Flanking it is the Florida
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: "Polk County in the .. Porpoise Stadium and Pool a
Holiday Highlands of Central circular amphitheater seating
Florida," Largest Citrus 1,900 which will be the setting
Producing County in the ,.., for 10 porpoise shows a
World," "Largest Phosphate ,. day and color movies and \ xh a ,4 t5 N: i iw* P. Si J". /,! .
Producing County in the fashion shows in the evening
World," and "Polk County- This Is The Letter ?
,I Buildings 'float'
Where Year Round Living is
a Pleasure in the Holiday The pool ranging from eightto
Highlands of Central Florida" 12 feet deep holds 120,000 Plus Photo Makes Address
N. Lights gallons of water with about Map

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An opening day crowd of each season to make .things
tourists and the press Wednesday comfortable for the five edu-
REIGNING HAUTY At start of Florida. World's Fair" pr..
however had little op. cated porpoises who perform For Love Note To Bartow GirlBy
view and Florida Cit...
portunity .tp examine PolkCounty' Agricultural Jamboree Tvetdey, Queen each day members of a troupeof
advertisements Nancy Collins of Winter P.r1I.i to throe .t Orlando Airport 15 that are periodically rotated
-the alcove was entirely dark In front of Eottom Air Lln,,' leeina 727 fen .iHinr which bore BABETTE STEINIIAUSER he was confused so I selected the penny from his
and a worker at the Florida round 70 ".w....." plus Hot* offtciall to N.W York City end "Floating" on the lake are Ledger Staff Writer change
Pavilion indicated there had tsar .f the Florid hhi it. With loa, li Dick P.,. Sr, improuorle two exhibit buildings each 40 1 guess he was just mixed up in terms becausehe
been some trouble with light .f Cypreii Ged..... Mill Collies ctccompoiiMd nowtmen and Com feet in diameter and about A pretty girl's face was inspiration enough for a said 'oh that's what we call a cent''
ing which should be remedied mtiilonor. of A"ic..I" Doylo I. Connor, hOlt of the trip, ... athro. 12 feet high. traveling Dutch student to write to the girl he re. Although Wanda's friends all think the letter too
soon .-.., Jount that Included ,,...1... day coromonlo' .t the Fair One of the buildings is the membered seeing while he ate Ice cream in a Bartow nice not to answer and the circumstances too romantic -
The trouble with the Polk tirn. sod fiiHvltioi centered around tb.Amick. Florida Development Commis restaurant.
plus siakt- banovati
she the
to has not to letter
County exhibit was typical of sion's "Moating Showcase With candid clue Rudo pass up yet replied
... Hotol., only a snapshot as a ,
received four months
entire World's Fair which where live entertainment will ago.
Wormgoor, of Delft Holland, addressed a letter bedecked *
had its share of openingdaybugs be presented each day and with the and inked-ln The clear-skinned blonde, looking much like a
only girl's picture an
Dutch girl herself doesn't feel writing would end
and often seemed would where visitors can examine up
of what he believed to be the directions to the
have profited from a month's ing medieval castle-report. landmark that could be fresh and salt water fish in map Tastee Freez Drive-in. in continuing correspondence anyhow. Wanda having -
postponement. Workers were edly the contribution of Luxembourg glimpsed for miles from aquariums, and tropical and delivered the never been outside of Florida, just couldn't push
still very much in evidence -were completed. neighboring parkways-is the upland game and birds including A smiling postman picture-letter her imagination to any eventual visits with Rudo in
and very busy-some entire But at the 312 acre Florida much publicized 110-foot() Citrus a covey of quail. Visitors to Wanda Revell, a 17-year-old, soft-spoken car hopat Delft Holland."I .
booths had yet to be erected Exhibit site everything seem Tower to the showcase will be the Tastee Freez Although Wanda, her boss, and keep thinking I will write and spring a surprise -
and in the international division ed generally shipshape The trangulor structure registered electronically and a friends were also all smiles and giggles ,when they on him this time, but I've waited so long I
of the Fair only the Center point of the trans bears at its summit a huge free Florida vacation will be saw the strangely costumed envelope, Wanda's first doubt if he is now in school or at that same ad.
outer ramparts of one sprawl- planted Sunshine State-and a lighted orange, IS feet In dl- given away each day reaction didn't affect her much further--she didn't dress."
even realize she was the girl pictured on the letter
Because It had been months before that four
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'd,' her from Holland. Opening the letter to find "Dear : :
unknown Beauty" in a sturdy, unfamiliar. hand : ':iJ' .
? a really kept the mystery alive -
: ,. v,1 s \ "Read this first" labeled one of the two pages of ,
the Air Mail letter so she followed through to find ...
a written description of her once-seen admirer.
Rudo told her he was the boy who, along with

three other companions ate so much ice cream and
drank so many colas last August. He explained that
the four boys were touring the U. S, from Miami to
New York following their graduation from school In

Curacao. '* '
Upon return to Holland Rudo said he entered the eeta
___ Technical University Delft to study electrical engineering Ark"

And'vith, luck, he hoped 'to specialize at 7 ;,
"If I go to school at MIT, I want to stay M America
," said Rudo, "because I like it much better. than
our cold and rainy little frog country
"The only good thing here Is that the people]

u don't walk] wooden shoes anymore; only.the farmers

Wanda's recollection of the boys also brought
back the fou> of,'them sitting for-over an hour or-
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dering ice cream.
,"They jusl kept eating and drinking coke that of
DEDICATION-Members of Florid World s Few Authority tempt to lever o tope itrttcked .c'_ the pool. Site of the ....* day," she said. "I remember I was a little surprised
looks 01 If they ere bowing .. they get up to solute. Go, FtrrliIryont masks' woo the 1,900 ...t Porpeiie Stedlum which will b. the sit..i when I asked them if they didn't have a penny, in
1 ot microphone ot store of deduction oromonloi, for FlorMolihikit dolly shows for Feir .\\alt.... epenln-dey ceremonial' were change.

W.III"....' .ft.", ..", Iryont'i short ipeecb preceded whet mrrd by crowd of civil rights dementtrarert eutilde who Inter One of the boys, handed me a dime and I said
no ballad .* tko mast unique ribben-cvrtinij ceremony'' over-olumping mittently. drowned out .,.ch. with sop end chonti. (Lidger 'no, a penny.' Then he gave me a quarter. I realized s And This .Is The Pretty Fact
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....tf-P, '. Ledger Staff Writer if the parents had taken the areas of concern. [ ] ,
Mrs. Leila Pia Ire, policewoman .
The scene is a Lakeland
and had
who assists Sgt Harry
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f.: .i taken their children with cited
noon about three years ago. Wallace juvenile officer,
The sun Is shining brightly them when they left the car. several instances of what has T
and shoppers are inside the This case is not fictitious happened and what could happen Al
air-conditioned stores while it actually happened. From to children who are left _
their can are parked under out of the police files around alone in cars. _
'1.' the sun. the nation many such in- The instance already cited
'" jP No one seems to notice the stances could be pulled. Is the most tragic In recent ___
'. two children left in one car One of the chief problems years, but one which could
t Ii, Its windows rolled up and of Lakeland's police department have been just as tragic happened .
steam coming from its hot especially during the about six months ago
hood summer months is that of "Two children one an In-
Suddenly the car Is ablaze children being left in cars by fant," Mrs. Plaire commented ,a.c
and spectators rush to Its unthinking parents "had been left in a car +
; side. They pull a youth from In order to emphasize child on South Florida Avenue, The "
t the seat and breathe easier safety, the Lakeland Association Infant was left In the front "I- = .. "e;rtbsF'a.3
that Is until the horrible truth of Insurance Agents, 'In seat with a blanket wrapped
is discovered. cooperation with law enforce around him and the sun was WHA T'S THIS It'l a cor emergency hoed brake. lut to Jitfery Scott White, iti a ploy
An infant child, left In a ment agencies, has proclaim. coming in through the front toy end unknown to him, It It a dengerevi toy which could lead to hit death If the car ihould I
h 3ct'are cf the had been ed this month Child Safety window and shining directlyon
seat car tall down a hill after he rei..... the broke.
burned to death. Month and pinpointed children him.

"The other youngster was Playing! with things is also Many other Instances of
In the back seat his face was a cause of fires In cars she what could or did happento
dirty and his body sweaty said because "children being children are on record In
"Somehow the infant managed as curious ss they are various police departments
: to crawl along the front will play with anything left A child could also open the
r seat and wedge his head be. loose In the auto-even car door and let it slam on
tween it and the car door matches," his hand.
Mrs Plalre said that if it Something else that could Worse that that, a child left
had not been for t he assist happen to the child she alone In the car could open
ance of passersby the child pointed out Is that if the car the door and step out-Into
might have smothered "Both is parked on a hill and the moving traffic-and be killed.
windows were rolled up and child plays with the emergency "Those are only a few of
the inside of the car was extremely brake, the car could the things which could happen
hot" she added roll down the hill and cause a ," she said, when unthinking
Child Choked fatal accident. parents leave their children
r. In cars.
Car Could Be Stolen
Going over past records But what can be done to
both in Lakeland and in other There have also been cases the parents if children are
cities Mrs Plaire gave a description where a man who was out left in autos?
of the things that to steal a car drove the auto Under State Statute 3901
t. could happen to a child if he off and did not know the child (10)), a parent can be charged
or she Is left alone in the car was in the back of the vehicle with contributing to the dependency
% by parents of a minor child.
55p She cited a case not In She also cited some cases The law reads that a childIs
Lakeland where a child was where the car keys had been dependent "whose condition
choked to death by an electric left in the ignition and a man or environment are suchas
THIMI A. timoted 700 .illieot people Fur vhutors window took the car, with the baby to injure or endanger the
sod ,.aM", motorists coil coo the Florida Cirrus Tower during -.-.. "A child at that age likes and held the child for ransom welfare of the child,"
the two _.... ., the New York Werld'i '..,. The 110 foot to play with things" she said, If the child is left alone in Police are perturbed over
p ....-, built .t cost .f $259,000 by the Florid Citrus Com. ALL ALONI Jeffery Scott White, 9Na_.....-.ld ion ef Mr. end. Mr. Sterling V, Whit. "and his head could be out the car, Mrs Plaire said, the the number of children being
minion, dominated the I.12 acre Florid f.h bit, teceod Urge. of ..... 4, wot ,...d for this shot to how ...d... the policemen's .r* "ew of child left .lon. of the window when he child could very possibly be left alone in cars and are de
.t the Feir. To rlf>t h FUrid Inhibit H.II centering county M a c.,. Note blanket which seven him and which could alia, .....tII.. hiM (Ledger Photos pressed against the electric enticed from the auto by a termined to make cases
municipal., ladvitrlal end culture! displayS from oil ever Florid. by Hughe) .. window button. child; molester. a against errant parents.I

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I : Negro Charged With

I Slaving. New York Career Girls +

NEW YORK (AP-A pokerfaced their bodies lay facing each other -look at' the suspect. 'volved a knife attack the detectives
teen aged drifter was tied together. Miss Wylie The next day, the patrolmanrode began questioning him
charged Saturday with the baffling nude and Miss Hoffert fully with two detectives, looking about the unsolved Wylie-Hof-
slayings of Manhattan career -clothed. There had been no apparent for the man. They spotted fert case.
girls Janice Wylie and sexual attack and nothing Whitmore on a street and At 3:30: a.m. Saturday Deputy
Emily Hoffert j was known to be missing picked Mm up. Police Commissioner Walter
Police arrested him after he from the shambles of the S250amonth (- The mugging attack was ..lm.Illar Arm announced that Whitmore
allegedly had struck twice apartment on the East In method to the slaying of had admitted the double slay I
again but was chased from the .Minnie Edmonds 48, a Negro ing. PlICI
Side.An .In 14. She died -n D
last living victim. almost total lack of clues Brooklyn April
of four stab wounds, In the face
George Whitmore Jr., I
19, a reduced the Investigation to
Negro who dropped out of routine police work and waitingfor and chest. teft Keep SET
school after the eighth grade, the killer to strike again. Detectives said that Whitmore I
admitted all the charges in an The break came at 1:45: am. he admitted had slain under Mrs questioning Edmonds that and
statement detectives said Thursday on a lonely Brooklyn MONROEBRANNEN
attacked Miss Borrera. Then,
In court however his court- street Patrolman Frank Isola [ 100
appointed lawyer asserted: surprised a mugger who had -since-- --the.--Edmonds.- -case-.,-" .In--, :
"These statements and con.fesalons dragged 21-year-old Elba Bcr-
were made under duress -rera into a cellar alley near her, HAVI A PAINT PROBLEM ft'it
and stress and he now recants -home and was' attempting to C.IILAKELAND ....... fa saris
made."all the confessions he rape her. Isola fired four shotsat GLIDDEN SHERIFFFAMOUS ......... wlik
the fleeing man, who es- PAINT CENTER .....r....r
Held Without Bail caped. j ale t. rirM. A v.. "". MSHITOMfl ... Ms. a. ...
Whitmore displaying no emotion But Isola had gotten a good. ,, ,,01 AM.liM f.M. a.rl ' \ I........he;
was ordered held without ...I. c-: .
bail for arraignment In the double ,-

I Miss murder.Wylie, 21, daughter of I II HEARING HELP It' RevolutioMrY!
I writer and television producer
Max Wylie and niece of author
) For Those Who May Not Want
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LAKELAND; LEDGER. Sunday, April 2/. 1X4 1-B

Polk Fair Exhibit Features .. ,.... ..H..' ..............____.x... .....,..'..
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Highlights Of County Life n I I :at. :

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By DAVE PRATT and has bas relief designs '-- -

Ledger Staff Writer .. .. ... .....
of leaves
.. => > oranges green
NEW YORK CITY .:. Polk and orange blossoms nine feet
County1.exhibit occupies one high on two sides "FLOR
of about 11 alcoves that girdle IDA" is spelled out on signs 1. l t e.yNt

the 20,000 square foot Florida .' 24 feet long and three feet ,,
Exhibit Building at the New high near the top on each side. ,j '
York World' Fair. Around the base of the tower '" :- ."
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Simply planned the exhibit .. ;ft a circular building 50 feetin rear ,
presents a panorama via diameter, which housesthe "
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murals of the top features of :; : exhibit of the Minute Maid W M.s:
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Polk County : tt1 rrd s t' ois
living citrus .1fIl1Il .. .cr Co.The q?
e phosphate tourism. ,,, Citrus Tower stands on
Large photos of leisure-time .. the shore of Meadow Lake,
participants and workers enjoying "'jI'J1( where the Florida Exhibit occupies : 'Ttq.SEat "Fret'% "i )
life in Polk County are .. 500 feet of lakefront.
interspersed with these slogans "" N.k it is the ' ?
''' 1 Flanking Florida
: "Polk County in the Porpoise Stadium and Pool a d0.+ 5
Holiday Highlands of Central : circular amphitheater seating
Florida" "Largest Citrus 1900 which will ,be the setting .
Producing County In the I for 10 porpoise shows a
World" "Largest Phosphate "r day. and color movies and d, ? r TbNadw. r, Rt.S./
Producing County in the a fashion shows in the evening.
World," and "Polk County- Buildings 'float' This Is The Letter . .
Where Year Round Living Is
a Pleasure In the Holiday The pool, ranging from eight
Highlands of Central Florida." to 12 feet deep holds 120.000
Plus Photo Makes Address
No Lights gallons of water with about Map

....-........ ..-.. -- $20,000 worth of salt added
An opening day crowd of each season to make ,things I
tourists and the press Wednesday comfortable for the five educated -
REIGNING BEAUTY At strt .f FlorM. W."..'. fair Preview
however had little op. porpoises who performeach For Love Note To Bartow Girl
portunity ,to examine Polk and Africvrrvr! Jemberee T.......', Fiend Citrus Queen day members of a troupeof
County's advertisements H..c, Collins *f Winter Perk smiles t* throng .t 0,1...... Airport 15 that are periodically rotated -

-the alcove was entirely dark In front ol letter Air LI....' leelne 727 fen )Jetliner which bar. By BABETTE STE1N1IATJSER he was confused so I selected the penny from his
and a worker at the Florida round. 70 nowimon plus irate ffkils H Nw York City end "Floating" on the lake are change.
Ledger Staff WriterA
Pavilion indicated there had tour .f tile florid Iihibit. With bar I* Dick Pop S,., Upreuerlof two exhibit buildings each 40 I guess he was just mixed in terms becausehe
been some trouble with light Cypress Go,....).. Mill Collia..cc.mponi.d nwimii and Com feet In diameter and about pretty girl's face was Inspiration enough for,a said 'oh, that's what we call a cent'."
ing which should be remediedsoon. MiettoMr of ArwvltHr Doyl I. Conner, host .f Hi* trip onHir a 12 feet high. traveling Dutch student to write to the girl he remembered Although Wanda's friends all think the letter too
.o-doy Jaunt that Included .,...1". dey ceremonies ot th* Pair One of the buildings i is the seeing while he ate ice cream in a Bartow nice not to and the circumstances too
answer romantic
The trouble with the Polk plus "ifht-rlm* ...11I"." end fettivlti. centered round the Florida Development Commis restaurant
County exhibit was typical of Amerlcene Hotel., sion's "Floating/ Showcase," With only a candid snapshot as a clue Rudo to pass up, she has not yet replied to the letter
an entire World's Fair which where live entertainment will of Delft addressed letter bedecked she received four months ago.
Wormgoor, Holland a
had its share of openingdaybugs be presented each day and The clear-skinned blonde looking much like a
with the and inked-in
only girl's picture an
and often seemed would where visitors can examine Dutch girl herself doesn't feel writing would end up
of what he believed to be the directions to the
have profited from a month's ing medieval castle-report landmark that could be fresh and salt water fish in map Tastee Freez DriveIn.A in continuing correspondence anyhow. Wanda having
postponement. Workers were edly the contribution of Luxembourg glimpsed for miles from aquariums, and tropical and never been outside of Florida just couldn't push
still very much in evidence -were completed.But neighboring parkways-is the upland game and birds, Including smiling postman delivered the picture-letter her imagination to any eventual visits with Rudo in
and very busy-some entire at the 3.12 acre Florida much publicized 110-foot Citrus a covey of quail. Visitors to Wanda Revell a 17-year-old soft-spoken car hopat Delft, Holland."I .
booths had yet to be erected Exhibit site everything seemed Tower. to the showcase will be the Tastee Freez. Although Wanda her boss, and keep thinking I will write and spring a surprise -
and in the international divi.sion generally shipshape. The trangular structure registered electronically and a friends were also all smiles and giggles when they on him this time but I've waited so long I
of the Fair only the Center point of the transplanted bears at its summit a huge free Florida vacation will be saw the strangely costumed envelope, Wanda's first doubt if he is now in school, or at that same ad
outer ramparts of one sprawl- Sunshine State-and a lighted orange 15 feet In di. given away each day. reaction didn't affect her much further-she didn't dress."

even realize she was the girl pictured on the letter

1,_ y 'j1 : Because it had been( months before that four
y ? ., ,
,l,. "foreign-speaking" blond boys had come to the drive "'I"- .;-" .
';, '. .' ''.; in, Wanda had no idea of who might be writing to CfJ"'t# : ,' > ', I\\:;

'. her from Holland. Opening the letter to find "Dear .; ..".
unknown Beauty" in a sturdy, unfamiliar hand ....., .
really kept the mystery alive. H
: t. "Read this first" labeled one of the two pages of
'" the Air Mail letter, so she followed through to finda -\1i\
written description of her once-seen admirer.

Rudo told her he was the boy who, along with t
__ three other companions, ate so much ice cream and
drank so many colas last August. He explained that ,
the four boys were touring the U. S. from Miami to

New Curacao.York following their graduation from school in t* rl i f B(6 c.1 i A

Upon return to Holland Rudo said he entered the
Technical University in Delft to study electrical en

A gineering. And with luck, he hoped to specialize at ' I
I. f84! s 1. MIT :

"If I go to school at MIT I want to stay M America ; '

," said Rudo, "because I like it much better, than d 1
our cold and rainy little frog country.
"The only good thing here is that the people

.. ;,a.. don't walk, wooden. .shoes anymore; only.the farm
ers do"Wanda's
r recollection of the boys also brought

;, ... : backtthe! foul t; of J them sitting fortover an hour or..
d "They just cream kept eating and drinking cokes that

DIDICATION-Mombers of Flor.d. WrW' Pak Authority tempt t* **.., 5 tope stretched .c,*.. M e pool Site *f.th* ceremenlet day she said. "I remember I was a little surprised
looks. 01 If they era bowing a they (et up t* ..1.... Cer. Ferris was the 1,900..t p.....,.. Stadium' which will b* the sit. when, I asked them if they didn't have a in
Tryst .t microphone start of dedication rmnis' for florid' of Jelly shows for Pair .//tlt... Th. .'..'1...-...' ceremonies, were penny

1 Iihibit W04......' .ftrne n. lrynt's short pooch preceded whet .."... by a crowd .f civil rights demomrrofon ovtslde, who Inter* change.One of the boys handed me a dime and I said '""

he hailed e. th* .. Mni",u* ribben-orttinf ceremony' ***- ,khan! drowned out epoch with song* .nd ch..... (Ledger 'no, a penny.' Then he gave me a quarter. I realized . o And This Is-y-;;:: ; Fact I
lumping perpeli, ...... eppromlmetely nine feet from wary I. *t. Ph... by Pratt.)

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..," .'. ".'": '. ',:,... ,. '>; \tji Who Leave Tots In CarsBy bA

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i ;1t. : TOM HUGHES Preventable tragedy? Yes, left! In cars as one of the main

'H l' t' Ledger Staff Writer If the parents had taken the areas of concern.
The is Lakeland Mrs Leila Plalre policewoman .
: . scene a proper precaution and had
1 J who assists
shopping center one afternoon Sgt. Harry
1 : about three years ago. taken their children with IWallace. juvenile officer, cited
; The sun Is shining brightlyand them when they left! the car. instances of what has ___
shoppers are Inside the This case is not fictitious happened and what could happen #
air-conditioned stores while it actually happened. From to children who are left -1Y
their cars are parked under out of the police files around alone In cars. .
i the sun. the nation many such instances The Instance already cited
No one seems to notice the could be pulled. is the most tragic In recent
two children left in one car, One of the chief problemsof years, but one which could
its windows rolled up and Lakeland's police department have been just as tragic hap.
steam coming from its hot especially during the pened about six months ago
i hood. summer months, is that of "Two children one an Infant .
Suddenly the car is ablaze childrea being left in cars by ," Mrs. Plaire commented
and spectators rush to Its unthinking parents "had been left in a car

side. They pull a youth from In order to emphasize child on South Florida Avenue The ... .
t I IN the seat and breathe easier safety the Lakeland Association infant was left in the front r-w .'ii -- _. -
that is until the horrible truthis of Insurance Agents In seat with a blanket wrapped

discovered. cooperation with law enforce- around him and the sun was WHAT'S THIS It's a can *mr.ency hand bred, But t* Joffery Scott Whit, It's ploy
An infant child, left in a ment agencies has proclaimed coming in through the front toy end unknown t. him, It Is a deitferoui toy which could, lad I* his death If th* con iheuld I
seat of the car had been this month Child Safety window and shining directlyon roll down c hill/ .ft.. h* .. .... th* brk..
I: :: .4 c ci burned to death. Month and pinpointed children him.

---- "The other youngster was Playing with things Is alsoa Many other instances of

In the back seat, his face was cause of fires in can, she what could, or did, happento
>i, L11a dirty and his body sweaty, said because "children, being children are on record in
"Somehow the Infant man. as curious as they are, various police departments.
aged to crawl along the front will play with anything left A child could also open the
seat and wedge his head between loose in the auto-even car door and let it slam on
it and the car door". matches" his hand.
Mrs. Plalre said that if it Something else that could Worse that that, a child left
had not been for t he assistance happen to the child she alone in the car could open
r.t of passersby the child pointed out, Is that if the car the door and step out-into
might have smothered. "Both is parked on a hill and the moving traffic-and be killed.
', 11w windows were rolled up and child plays with the emer "Those are only a few of
kf the inside of the car was extremely gency broke the car could the things which could happen .
,4 hot" she added. roll down the hill and cause a ," she said, when unthinking
Child Choked fatal accident parents I leave their children
In cars
Car Could Be Stolen
Going over past records But what can be done to
both In Lakeland and in other There have also been cues the parents if children are
cities, Mrs. Plaire gave a description where a man who was out left In autos?
of the things that to steal a car drove the auto Under State Statute 3901
could happen to a child if he off and did not know the child (10)), a parent can be charged
or she is left alone in the car was In the, back of the ve- with contributing to the dependency
e by parents. hicle. of a minor child.
,,,,"- .4' v4 r Ctg.Ys She cited a case, not in She also cited some cases The law reads that a child
----' oar v r' tE e a e Lakeland, where a child was where the car keys had been Is dependent "whose condition
'yamr choked to death by an electric left in the Ignition and a man or environment are such
THIMI An eihmete1 700 .ilJiM ,..,.. Fair visitors window."A took the car, with the baby as to Injure or endanger the
sad ....... motorists wiN oo* the FtorM* CltnM Tower Arrlmjth child at that age likesto and held the child for ransom.If welfare of the child."
two itM of the New Y.rk World's Folr. The 110ft.tewer play with things," she said, the child Is left alone in Police are perturbed over
built ot 5 coot *f $150,000 by th. Florid Crrras CmMiul ALL ALONI Jeffory Scotfv White. 'H-month-eld, son et Mr. sad Mrs. Sreriinf V, Whit "and his head could be out the car, Mrs. Pia ire said the the number of children being
**. d...I..t.. th. '.12 ecrw Florid Iihibit. _... krfett .f Rout 4. wet peted lor this shot t. chow reedert the policemen's eye new of a child left .1.... of the window when he child could very possibly be left alone In cars and are de-
.t the f.I,. T* riiht r. Florid Inhibit HH cnt.l.in. counfr.unklpel. In c.,. Not .......t which covers him .nd which could olio smother h''.. ledger. fhoreih pressed against the electric enticed from the auto by a termined to make cases

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.1 Gasoline .Price War Continues Board Of Control 10 New Polk Firms Get Charters

Ten new organizations in Floyd and William T. Powell,! Incorporators are William J.
There were hints of possible center blamed by deal If the la less" Extra Funds I
further many even profit Splits Polk County have received their both of Haines City; and Harold Edgar Simone P. Edgar and
gasoline price cuts ers for starting the current Another for
yes-i dealer a major
,charten from the secretary of T Spears Jr., Lakeland. Marie Louise Allen an of St.
terday as advertised brands of gasoline war, continued to sell brand said the parent company -
regular fuel were stashed to at 22,9 cents as usual had stepped in Universities state, it was announced yester Jonathan Maxcy, Inc., CHI-Petersburg
22 9 cents a gallon, reportedly One independent dealer told and helped subsidize the price- Among dayThe zen's Bank Frostproof dealing: Utilities Construction of Lakeland
the lowest they have been In The Ledger he wasn't "hurt slashing He hinted darkly that I new organization Include in citrus business. Authorized Inc., 240J Tanglewood
Lakeland for more than four ing" because of low sale prices there was talk of slashing TAMPA (AP) The Stat University of Florida $300,000,i : stock .U 2,500: shares at $10 per. Lakeland, dealing In construe
years. but added: "We will be hurt prices to ridiculous levels In Board of Control carved up bout half for alternates on contraction -I Winter Haven DevelopmentCo. share. Incorporators are Jonathan stock .Is 1,000
Independent stations still if it lasts a long time. Up to order to "let the Independent melon of surplus constructioi and the remainder for I .. Inc. 203 02nd St., NW Maxcy, Viva B. Maxcy tlon. Authorized
were selling regular at 21.9Montgomery now we've made up for it by people have It good and stop funds among the unlversltie :qulpment for the new studeninion Winter Haven; dealing In real and Richard J. Nash, all of shares at $5 per share. Incorporators -

Ward's_ new auto__ pumping a lot n more______than n______usual___ _this_____thing___ __once____and__for an__: yesterday, and laid plans for s building. i estate.development. Authorized Frostproof. I are John W. CrowsonJr. R.
defense against the threatened Florida A. and M., $190,000 stock is 500 shares at $10 per Cafeteria Firms Michael Harris Julian
loss of $1,008,000 in road con 'or construction alternates and share. Incorporate are A. F. Simon, all of Lakeland.
H D Cafeteria of Winter Haven -
truction money. equipment for the student union Scott and Almeda Scott: both
building of Winter Haven, and A. C. Inc.. 870 Cypress Gardens TRY LOGIC
The surplus construction
Road Winter Haven dealing
money came from the$25 million Florida Atlantic, $230,000 for Scott. Orlando. Co. Inc., restaurant business. Authorized LOUISVILLE (AP-A woman -
Construction ,
construction alternates and celrk she
university system Improvement 215 E. Lemon St.. Lakeland, 1 stock .la 100 shares at $30 per shopper told the
[revenue bond issue of 19(2. It equipment for the learning resources share. Incorporators are Wit wanted a pair of pajamas for
wr tLCT was accumulated from the sinking building. dealing In construction. Au-of liam J. Edgar. Simone P her husband but didn't know the
thorized stock U 100 shares
1'' 'r Wallace L. EtoriySSA fund reserve and earnings Florida State $230,628 for no par value. Incorporators are Edgar and Marie Louise Allen, size
REPRtSENTATIVEeslAOCarlc on funds which were invested atthe equipment for the new physicsand R. Edwin Finney. Betty W.Fin- 'an of St. Petersburg I "Well" the clerk explained
time of the issue because psychology buildings. ney, and H. R. Todd an of H-D Cafeteria of Lakeland, "they run A, B, C and D."
ra/AUrr they were not needed Immedi- Each university got what it Lakeland. Inc. 901 E. Memorial Blvd.' The woman thought for a moment
ately. requested except Florida Stats Loan restaurant then replied: "I better
Highlander Company Lakeland dealing
It asked for $ 8,425. but this
The surplus totaled $1,801,252 B. His name is Bern-
168 E. Haines Blvd. Lake Alfred business. Authorized stock is take size
A total of $130.826 had previously was trimmed down prior to the dealing In loan business.Authorized 100 shares at $50 per share.:ard"
meeting at a conference of university !-
been allocated to the Unlver stock .it 10,000 sharesat --
city of South Florida, where the and board officials. $10 share. Incorporators
'board held yesterday's special J. Broward Culpepper execu- are Richard per H. DeMott and Ed- In the Circuit
Do know thot employees
tive director of the board told you
FOR STRONG, EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION 'meeting.. members that It faces loss of ward J. Majors, both of Winter Q. Court Clerk's office jet bonuses when other
Division Of Funds the $1,006,000 allocated by the Haven; Sherwood L. Stokes, county employees don't. . ond four-week
and J, W. House-
I' The remaining $970,626 wu divided state road board to the unlver- Helen Lake City;Alfred.Publishing vocations when other county employees getmoxlmum
(P.11.115.11 A.-'IU this way: iltles for road construction durIng field. of two?
: the current fiscal year. Company

II. Cites NoticeHe Lake Region Publishing Corporation .I Hardly anyone does But Clark Stone found

said the board had submitted American National A. out. And only Clark Stone hos pledged! to
its construction Bank Building Winter Haven I* eliminate such unfair practices . and to
ri avagpLN to the road board on schedule requests, dealing in publishing business) save taxpayers $50,000 the very first year!
cJ Authorized stock is 5.000 shares
but the road department had not
at $10 per share Incorporatorsare
placed of them under
any con- William L. Raley. Michael)I
tract. Recently he said he received D. Zottl Mary Grant all of
word from the depart- I
:Winter Haven.
ment that any planned construction J. & M. Liquors Inc., 1004
that was not under contractby W. Main St, Lakeland, dealing: I
April 1 would be eliminated.
BONANZA In liquors. Authorized stock is a#
In previous :years Culpepper 10 shares at $100 per share. Incorporators 1
said it had been the road are John S. Miller, ,
board policy to carry over to Mary E Miller, Kelly Dennis, I 9! .
the next :year any work that it all of Lakeland.
I 51ep couldn't place under contract in Volusla Drive In Theaters, I
,'nL the :year for which it was allo- Inc.. Post Office Box 367,
P.L Once a year Tyree' takes time out to bring you these outstand. cated. Haines City, dealing In drive In E
The board directed the building theatre business. Authorized
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Anchorage r LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday April 21, 1K4 JoBI,

Buildings (Rabbi Shocking Orthodox Jewry. II

Demolished By MILTON MARMOR elected board of the West End alone and to no other rabbi, I what he regards as the medieval I''I You'llRemember longer:: :, '
I LONDON (AP) Orthodox Synagogue shall of course continue to ex- view that the five books of
Jewry In Britain has been rock- Dr. Jacobs hit back Friday pound my views, confident that Moses in tbe Old Testament' \, 1
ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP)- ed by a dispute over a 43-year- night with this statement: very many thinking Jews In this wert dictated by God to Moses.i '
The buildings are coming downon old rabbi, who rejects the Old "The chief rabbi has refusedto country and outside it have too He believes that modern scholarship : :<
Anchorage's Fourth Avenue, Testament teaching that God allow me to serve as minIs- much love and respect for Judaism has shown that the five ,
gave the It commandments to ter because I accept the findingsof to wish books be I
where a four block stretch of to see it tied to must viewed as the result
Moses. modern biblical scholarship. such a .toAuthorsblp of
a long process of development '
the business district was The rabbi, Dr. Louis Jacobs, "As a rabbi In Israel respon- DisputedDr. in which different human : .

Jumbled by the March 27 earth has been denounced as a hereticby 'sible. .by. Jewish- ___tradition,h_ ..to God_.. Jacobs does not accept beings,played apart. __I 1 OAT\ f
quake.A some British Jews and ac . - ,
claimed others for
by his "mod
pile of rubble Is about all

that remains as demolition storm ern approach"raging about to theology his head The is WINA. Console . . . .118OOg km
crews remove the wreckage.The believed unprecedented In the .
powerful quake caused a 300-year history of the Jewish
giant earthsllde along the avenue community In this land. '?JMdo
dropping bars penny arcades Dr. Jacobs Greeted I ;f. 1ItllII
and shops 1 feet into a Dr. Jacobs was greeted by a
wide fissure. large congregation when he entered -
It was one of the most widely the new West End Synagogue ) ',
pictured scenes immediatelyafter as Its spiritual leader.I only ,'
the quake Earlier, the chief rabbi of Bri- e, .
taro, Dr. Israel Brodie. had ve,, .. .'
Building DemolishedNow toed the appointment.
contractors working for As a result, the Council of the Breakfront . $221,00
the Army Engineers are demolishing -United Synagogue of Britain ordered ,'. bon'lisDanish
the buildings and hauling the removal of the entire .- DRAWING
away the pieces. WI
The future of the sunken area Truman WantsTo PORTABLE TYPEWRITER! JUNE 4th! rt1

remains uncertain pending
further soil foundation tests.A See AlaskaNEW I

downtown urban renewal YORK (AP) Former, sale
proposal, approved tentatively President Harry S. Truman said I STUDENTS-REGISTER. TODAY!
by the City Council would con Saturday he hu an unfulfilled
vert the area .into a park-pos-ambition-to visit Alaska. '
sibly as an earthquake tourist "I've' been In all of the 49 other WIN THE GIFT OF' A LIFETIME.
attraction. states and I hope some dayto Ksrtt : ':. of the
to Alaska-then yearOnce
Geologists have termed the get I'll have
area hazardous for buildings be- seen them all," he told newsmen A Free Portable Typewriter!'For school and horn use Com in today and Y"

cause of posslbl -future slides. during! his morning stroll..: register. Junior High, Senior High School, and College Students Only. Look

Fourth In spite Avenue of the, about problems 90 per of I over our large selection of portables. Ideal I Graduation Gifts. If you purchasea Chain . $54.30Testo each year Oates has a store wide

cent of Anchorage's business]I new portable and .win i ,the price of the "Prite Portable" will b. credited Bonus Sale on the best brands In the
district Is functioning normally)
land. For the newcomer we'll explain

MEETS MONDAYThe I INGSWOODSPRPTT K. T.. JONES CO., INC. II how it works. Those of you.who have

School Kathleen Band Association Senior High will Mi'K I 1:30 AM J. Si30 PM OmCI MACHINES FURNITURE SUPPLIEf profited previously by attending our

in I Bonus Sale could not forget.Example. .
meet regular session tomor .. PHONE
row night at 8 o'clock in the I Monday. Saturday 401 S. Florida Ave.

band room at the high school, 1:00 PM Friday Nit. Lakeland MU 6-7111
according to Mrs. Edna Roberts
president of the associa- hrf At t, Mr<4M*. :
tion. I t'ifr'Y.ii.'
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Simply purchase $100.00 worth of

Furniture-Credit or Cash-makes no
$25.00 toward the purchase of another

Ct Ntav_ !r F IT) CURTAIN AND DRAPERY SALE . No -item there of Is furniture.no limit to your pur-

K d< tIEJdrtlPe'1"eeen. chases or to your Bonus -Take ad.

/ FEATURING! FIBERGLASS THAT WON'T I vantage Store hours of it week Now.days only of course

S1rAURSDAY ii t ft. iraratt&mitM 800; a.m. to 5:30: p.m.

SAEES1ARt ppa1L23td SHRINK FADE STRETCH BURN Open evenings by appointment only-
S J Phone ,MUtual 2.2104
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NEWESt ENDOW SAYLNGS [: ; -r: if\ .j 1.-.

p SPE A cuu 1. JJ' ,II\\\ T' trfryis.: ,rYs f11 ...' A Few of the Values'Offered"!"

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._ =--11"0- I I.d' Wing Chair . . 83.00. '
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Lens lu uriii
----r' l1y'j 't In aullln' aunt 3.1.24600. . . '
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"t':, .t': ; ;.: f..f. \ ', Lav s..,, Ml loam
t. far { tf' q qa
)J' .. ' ''i.' ...,. ::', -\ r t , In ratlin. auiltl.tr. . . . . 17600
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- '. ; Ion, 13100
, (1t1 .tttp' ; II l.rlr American Sof", ".. *
.tf \ ,fir'l fI' 96" Dewi
? ,../..". 'l' ,,\' ,\, . Sofia jyyDunccn

:(?rii'JA .M." ..f. ':- \ : Solid' Mohony Phyla Sf*.., 20000
}4 q'M o.t1'r, i.iJ, ,:J 115 96" Sofa ft matching choir,
:J.J" c ELL Ji r\.II r ; OQQOO
if f."iJO'f a full. torn Trpyn, pet,
H') :f t 1 / ;0-" Lounge Chair . $53.50French
II. < ,; a Grants brand
-own Bedroom
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_.Jttt. -- \tj ; GRANT CREST BURLAP odroom Stilt, Irly Am.rl-
; 11] .. 22800o
;, :'I:.' t t t ; SEMI-SHEER CAFES II 4 N c.n, J Pre tolld fin
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t : fj -" : ;;i; -;:; F J 4 pi. Modern with 14900
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w 'ph 30"andqT Modern blond,
V M yGRAHTCREST' ; 5 PC. 18995
; 36"long Sale 2.37 doublo dr.ti.r .

SAVE 23 I } Irlpl 6,ft. Ultr dr.ti.r* mod.tn with 22800

I "1 REGULARLY 2.99 6 pc. $, ploitlc' tpt, 345 00
NOVELTY Spot Chair $77.00 tames chest end double I dress.! '
4 pci. Solid Cherry, 55000Cslenial
'g in casual
t. Fiberglas glass yarn new wrave
6 Kindel! Genuine
Ifand wai.hable, fado-rMioUnt,no-iron pc. 966
,ci Cherry, doubl* dtnr
Sale 111 6 soft colors and fresh white; 'gold' ringv,
Grants has a Complete Line SAVE I.020NMATCHING SHORTIES AND DRAPES: Dining Room

REGULARLY I.CO .f Famous KIRSCH 45"long, REO.3.Wal 2.97 63" 72" REO. 5.99-501.4.97 9 pc. Genuine Mtiony
A. Cotton sailcloth Cape Codders in mix- Drapery Hardware 54"long, REO. 4.99Sal.3.97 90" long, REO.6.99SaU 5.97 .. .n

or-match provincial print, solid color. --- 9 with,p,*.Chin Genuine'Cabinet Mho9ny 41630

.. Permanent finish Everglaze''Minlcare' I .. \: Custom MadeCoverlet 9 pc. FrInch Proved) with C f. COO
cotton in white and delicate pastels. 1.1 : 31'yi'i: /4 60" BrookiroM, Frvftwood J O J
C. Drip-dry white cotton with 2-tone flock- j,I" .. :,.t1". .t\tr\\ "'f' ,\t.i,. .) I Grantt-own brand . . $49,50 9 pc. Ifolion Court In. 69000
GRANT CREST'ANTIQUE Wolnuf, by Drexel)
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and-print band In cross-stitch design. ;; t j ., ..,'
J 9 Itollon' Court
Volonc ovailoblo 4t:; .f'\'I "{JHU ,I:!,,',".. ., .. .." .'. ",: SATIN by pc.Klndol', Fruitwood 1031

j. "' '\ 9 Wlddicmb, , GenuineWolnut '
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.t i ; PRICES CUTUP :ti'7F'J 1r t GRANT CRESt' NO-IRON ,'.f.'J'.r :a. .'I L4r.."=,;;. '.'.;. Burl pon.lllnj. A 97O

1 J TO 2.22 )1 ; I if i I a FIBERGLAS' CAFES I "F'I, ,!: ::"\'= American . .
3 79 "
'lli'lf GRAM CAES1' ; : : ', : 1' '' : ,'.,; only .
,, : /;. tIW; ;) "j'i 11 30"and 3'"l lens .1.... ,.,' It'\. :-)..l.. Mir
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ANTIQUE ; 1 ; ; Sale I I.57 t "\ ,I '.';1,,. Wonderful buy for modern Await Company

SATIN DRAPES : ti ,alt I 1.71'u;: I decors! Sparkling rlrrr .,-"".-
i r r REGULARLY 1.99 ,r1l.J N.t"t;" t: 'J rayon acetate in new coiN.i
'. :l : *3",72",90" .lanff a I ''sw I ors on white 63 I long.

I Wanh-and.hang Fiberglas glass fiber. fin<.h. 90".Un,-- __'.r9
t t i; ISaIe2.97:, pleated tops White, colors; 'gold' rings I (


i. i Rayon acetate with satin Valctnc available DRAPERY HARDWARE a, rJ
weave back.4* buckram
I tit J '
'.. .-f'! tops,blind-stitched i 'f ' z ',7. J .
t '. f ,. hems. 10 pinch pleats I Ii I H'I<<'HI ., 4b.;; ,
i ;J' .< i per pair. Solid colors. ";' ; '
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1 |If f WITH NOVELTY TRIMMonly2.99 LTI %
tatl Sale 2.97 Sale 1.57
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F1 !. T+M++ r' t : White Dacron polyester '
\ saws fi Wash and hang,no ironing "r" 'f
:White rayon challis; ,100,. ., ::::: : : \ 54".8T: and 7r lengths Gay&hiteidaieiesoawhil.r.yonchallis.SWIIT IMIIOIOUIO 1IIM iiI '

| dered center and bottom"in rr s.mm '11", t.* Eau oU. .lo wUrk .
solid color.skirted with -u-.. (III" _II), ate 4Ap-*.s*.V a NOVIITT MAID TIIM (N..i..4)
white Schiffli trim. r.M awn '1",90"lap...rW.wW li WhIte rayon linen with 2-ton yarn trim.
__ 1.69 (ro." ovoro*), ale !."_.....77 V.1 .,-. 1.10
I .. Valence- --- Table 170.00, 6 chairs 288.00,
'- T. G R .A. N T 0' SOUTHGATI
I ,30DA' GROVE, PARKOOLBIM Buffet 179.00, Open Deck 204.00
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III-a .LAKELAND April 2*. 1M4 LEDGER. Stolen MoneyRecovered

I NEW DELI!!. India (AP- MouthKANSAS
lOver Socialist cries of "1mmorI -
'al" and "indecent" membersof CITY Mo. (AP) -;
I Director make his club discards show
Parliament voted 140-11 this Detectives searched a departing By JOHN M.TAYLOR
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club that he does not want the Indicated ]
weekend to increase airliner at Municipal Air Terminal
NORTH club switch by East
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5County w around monthly salaries from after one of its passen. AKQSVA108734 Against the SC contract, the I
S84 to $105 and their daily allowances gen reported his billfold disappeared defense gets book on the
while la session from from a counter while AJ72 opening spade lead and a
$4.41 to $6.50. he was checking his baggage. I void spade ruff by West South
They found It-empty-llealde WEST EAST must play the hand to avoid
AID 6AJS72QJ63 another spade !loser. This can
I teat occupied by a woman
who identified herself as LucUleU&httoot YES be accomplished by a double
KISS Q10S4S843 squeeze. Many South players
33, of Chicago.Sgt
More industry to Polk to '','E... :t Russell Fisher couldn't + 10I executed the squeeze accl.dentally
SOUTH but Jim NlcholU of
create more and better paying KlNGSWOODE understand her mumbled re- .1842 Lakeland made his plans with

.. .. .. . ,.. "... .. plies to question and asked her V i4AKQJ760 premeditated logic. After
jobs throughout all Polk County. h : to get rid of her chewing gum. S West ruffed a spade at trick
The wad consisted: of five $100
H ;$ two. Jim won the heart return
Promote TourismVoca'ti p.R tr.J R: bills, claimed by Carl Spencer The above hand was the with the ace. He trumpeda
Aycock of La Center Ky., and moat troublesome and moet heart in his hand and drew
:$TA1 t Chicago.: discussed in the Lakeland portion 3 rounds of trumps. He returned *
nal Technical School : The woman was booked for of the "Ralph Nickerson to dummy with a spads
> .
#, REEHTAtlV, | and Award" series of three
investigation of larceny con- .
and ruffed another heart, hopIng
Improve Roads in all Polk County rre. ,.,. AI.. P. p" '" Sgt Fisher said she admittedthe secutive Charity Masterpoint to find the hearts split 3-).

___u_ __ ___ _ __ theft. games held recently in Polk When the plan failed. Jim
County. With North a consistent
used his trumps to squeeze
\ 1H and East
opener a both East and West. The club
constant IS overcaller the
j i SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL. 9 P.M., LAKELAND : N-S teams had to use restraintto Jack put E-W into the position
of deciding what three cardsto
avoid overbidding or landIng
in a faulty contract. keep. West had to protectthe
heart suit, so he kept the
\ jqj
Three N-S teams arrived at

( I three basic I linens for the disastrous twice In 6NT ala and m once contracts in the heart diamonds.queen East and bad the to K-9 protect of

the spades and kept the
more reasonable 6C. Four
young homemaker! teams played in the unfortunat. spade Jack and the Q-W of
3NT contract Only one diamonds. When South playedthe
fi team made the bid with the last club E-W were
save $2 on the finest sheets made help of poor defense. One doomed. They both were
BROTHERS team was in 4H. down 1. Two forced to discard: a diamond,
WAMSUTTA SUPERCALE SHEETS teams were in 4C, making ,. and dummy's A-J of diamonds
I Three teams were In the proper cleared the suit for the final
72x108 or twin bottom. . contract of SC,but only two two tricks.

+, regularly 5.95 . . . . . . . . sole! 3.95 declarers made the necessary Lakeland Winner

r 81 Ixl 08 or full bottom. . 11 The tricks hand provides several The Nickerson Awards,

regularly 6.95 . . . . . . sale 4.95 defensive traps for E-W plusan travelling and permanent
I4 (AM $1 far ...".,.. h."..) opportunity for South to went to the Lakeland pair of
Doug Hall and Mrs V. D.
execute a to make
,. At' ee + Smooth, soft cotton percale sheets that lost and 5<:. squeeze Flesher for their M per cent
last, that retain their new beauty after countless game In Lakeland. Ironically
Must B. Careful they were one of the N-S
,, t; washings. Always a perfect gift for the bride! Against 3NT East must be teams that got into trouble on

t ; Pillow cases with plain hem . . . . . 1.20 eo. careful not to use his ace on .the hand Just discussed. They
the opening spade lead to capture were in a 6C contract. The
Pillow cases with scalloped hem . . . 1.60 eo. one of dummy's honors. other winning team in The
This provides a potential entry Charity Masterpoint game In
to the South hand if East Lakeland was Mrs. Theo
t ducks a small spade lead to Waits and Mrs. C. W.Thompson
I d. the t. If East takes his ace of Lakeland.

J .4,: on the first round, he must The Winter Haven portionof
win the jack at trick two to the series was won by two
block declarer in the dummy.On Winter Haven teams, Robert
YF \" the spade plays. West must Thornhill and Mrs. Frank
p ,
y -
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Staper and Mrs. L. W. Fogg
..." and Mrs. Harry King. The ,
I Bartow masterpolnts ,went to I
LOAFThat's Jim Nlcholls playing with
Mrs. J, G. Wood Of Winter
Haven and the Winter Haven
t tw what hard team of Mrs. Hughes Steele
every I
4 9 'f'I I and Mrs Ewln Williams. I
!xp working .home owner
Two Polk County teams art I
should do weekends.Let .
competing the state "Uam"finals
I our skilled ceiling applicators at Ft. Pierce this rtxt-
Install a new end. but the regular Sunday

ceiling for you. They can night,i ;"continuoos senes"
? will be In tate-
I game played
do It In a single day. We land tonight at 7 o'clock et
\ have more than a dozen Morri on', Cafeteria. There

c < smart new designs In will be a masterpoint lame
I Armstrong ceilings from tomorrow afternoon in Winter
Haven. Series games will be
which you may choose. played on Wednesday night in
Call[ us for an estimate. Winter Haven and Thursday
No obligation, of course. night in Bartow. There will
be a Winners Game oo Friday
night in Lakeland at 7JO: at
McGinnesLUMBER the Polk Federal S ft L.
Southgate branch. A Charity
CO. Masterpoint game will be
played next Sunday hi Lake
600 W. Moln St. land. The money raised will
+ ,
_,rb + Ph. MU 6-3141 10 to Lakeland's Central Ave
nue Kindergarten.

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imported "Belleair" hemstitched '. 1.7:30 P.M.

Irish table linen sets! : ,,1

52x52" tablecloth and 4 napkins :;.98 the classic "Arcadia" bedspread . Men's and Children's

What could be more welcome for the bride's table, than Irish linen sets! at a special low price % Tennis & Ducks

Solid color, vat dyed, 74 count Irish linen, In white, pink, light blue yellow, ,
sage green, sandalwood or cream. Better get several sets! compare at 15.98

AUO AVAILAIlli sale! 9.97 266

8-pc. mat sets . . . . . 4.98 64x84" tablecloth and 1 pro $5.00

45" sq. tea sets . /. . . . 4.98 8 napkins . . . . . . 12.98 An Rich elegant textured and charming bedspread, seldom found at such a low price! and
colony cloth,ground, covered with a wreath pattern, and accented
52x68" tablecloth and 64x102"1 tablecloth and with opulent fringe . i In a choice of snow or antique white or light

4 napkins . . . . 6.98 napkins . . . . 14.98 pink. Machine washable. 199 2 pro $3.50

(;' r h "Callaway".the label of
,r. "w, luxury. .
presents THE "CHANTILLY"

TOWEL ENSEMBLE : -- .:-=!i:= -__ -2 Valu
to 4.50
A new and most delightful ensemble from "
"Callawoy, to reflect Ledles' and Teens'Turtle
i elegance and your good taste! The delicate beauty of
3S fine lace Is expressed in thick absorbent cotton terry, and fin. Neck & Slides. .77c
"1rr ? 1 (Ished with deep fringe for added luxury. White Is combined . . .

r { ( : with block, moss green, larkspur blue, topaz, cafe ou lalt or Le dies'

.. ; camillia. Italian Sandals
% $2.44 & $3.44Si.
\ : 25x48" bath towel . . . . . . . 2.98
4.10 V.I..... M ,.,$

16x30" guest towel . . . . . . . 1.89
i 13x13" wash cloth . . . . . . . . ODe MEN'SConventional

; .I j1 l, s "A Y 11x18" finger tip towel . . . :'. . . TOC Loafers

Linen'tH :'

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Formosa Council =

Top Spots In Haven Straw VoteWINTER Speaker Stabbed 1.

HAVEN-The Home Tax Assessor: James Rodeo T. Harned, 6.
Builders Association of Greater 23; Ralph J. Rossi 11. I District 4; Eloy Dclgado 5; TAIPEI Formosa (AP-LmJf
Winter Haven joined America's Tax Collector* George Miller,' Walter Bell, 4. Tien-Shih, speaker of the Taipei
favorite pre-election pasttlme 20; J. B. Thornhill. 14; Hobson Constable, District 1: Lonnle Village Council in Central General Electricslicingcarving
week In conducting a Strain, 3; Stark F. Ginn Jr., I; McClelland 11; Marvin Howard
straw vote on the ballot of the Formosa, was attacked by five
Charles L. 1.
Cooper 8; Al H. Young, 4.
May fifth Primaries. men and stabbed seven times, \
Superintendent ot Public In- District 2: P. B. (Bun) Hen-!
Balloting was done at thefroup's struction: Shelly Boone, 29; Bill drick, 4; Garry E. Godwin police reported today. 1
regular monthly meeting Read, 5. none. They described his conditionas 1r1 atl4:
at Stott's Hall police rifle Supervisor of Registration: H. District 3: Roscoe Thornhill[ critical. 11 knife
range, T. L. Whitehead president -,L. (Shorty) Palmer, 17; BlanchM.
reported Incumbents Ben 4; Tobe Acree, 2; Ed Williams. Police said one of the assailants \ BROTHERS
Work, 8; J. E. (Ed) Holley.
Hill Griffin Spessard Holland, 7. ,4. was arrested. Identified as 24.09
and Ray Mattox were top vote I Clerk of Criminal Court: Rob- District 4: Leon Thornton 7; Lai Lei-Wang hit was quoted as
getters with W, 28, and 26 votes ert J. (Bob) Haslett 18; John Clarence H. Duncan, 1. saying he tried to kill Lin be-
respectively. Brown, 14. I District S: Wm. (Bill) Kitchens cause of a personal grudge. Stainless steel blades with
Complete results were: County Commissioners, District 3; Morris Combee, 1; A. i ; .. tungsten carbide cutting edges
U.S. Senator: Holland, 28; 1: Floyd Woods, 18; A. Ready 1.Republican. t.
Brailey Odham, S. George R. Burt, 6; Francis L. for Governor:. H. with ,-. I : for life sharpness, which de
GovernorScott: Kelly 21; Pipkin; J. H. (Bill) Kegley 2. B. (Bob) Foster, 4; Charles R. amazing ..I i ., taches for easy cleaning'' Slices
Fred: Karl; Haydon Burns, 2. District 3: L. W. (Les) Dun.1 Holly 3; Ken Folks 1. I
Fred: (Bud) Dickinson 2; John son 25, James J. Musso, 10. new meat fish poultry fruit,
Mathews 2; and Robert King District 5: Aldine Combee. 23; MEDICAL MEETING SET MICRO'MODULE : cokes, bread vegetables
High 1.Attorney. Bob C. Jones, 8; Joseph F. Circuit'r \
Sedmera 1. MEXICO CITY (AP-Mexl- cheese thick or thin to a gour
19 Earl General: James School Board District 1: Seth co's National Academy of Medicine S a met's Mother will
Kynes. ; Faircloth. 4. is celebrating its 100th S perfection.
McKeel. 28; Dora Cox Phillips,
Florida Public Utilities Com 6. anniversary next Thursday with 1l OJlG love it!
missioner: Edwin L. (Ed) Mason District 4: Austin T. Race Jr, the opening of a medical con
20; Phillip S. Brewer, 9. 26; Richard L. Brumbaugh 8. gress of delegations from 64 : SS
State Senator: Ben Hill Grlf Justice of the Peace, District[countries In the Americas Europe e$ : .: .: :.: S
fin Jr., 29; Quillian S. Yancy, 1-:_Virgil L Womble, 18;_George.: Australia_and Africa new Serenade U a Full Per.
6; Charles Curtis. 1. formanc
Hearing Aid. Delivers
State Attorney; : Edward C. ,all the power you need for clear
Flood, 19; Glen Darty 12. I Marvin Howard hMnncI Yet it U the smallest be-
House of Representatives hind-the-ear hearing aid Bel ton* 11 55
Group 2: Ray Mattox, 28; Jack has ever produced Come In now -_ General Electric
Turner 8; Quitman Quinn, 2.I' s Will ApprecioteYour for FREE electronic hearing teat
Group Kingswood: Sprott Jr,, Vote And -no obligation. .
15; Wallace Storey, 10; DavidB. ? Support For -,..... automatic
Higginbottom 5; Gene West, s e I
1. CONSTABLEDIST. reflector toaster
Clerk of Circuit Court Paul: r- efIon
Vaughn, 20; Ernest (Bud) Dix- 1
on, 8; W Clark Stone, 5. I 1O.99
207 I. Lenten St.
Monroe Brannen, 12; Pat Gor P.i.. *.v. .... I2-14SO
don, 1: Clifton Howell 1. Unique reflected heat . .

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{-B LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday April ;.. 1MI '' "f .......
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A VOTE FORFrancis U Thant Visits World's Fair, tt: el na.....,.Chamber of: I, '. t 11 l H. ...:.,.,

,N Pt I ; COm nece Notelr'L& .
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Lays Stress On Aiding ChildrenNEW ... .p. "'

By JOHN M. BRYSON 300-set closed tv. network at
General Manager the fait It shows the nation's
YORK (AP) United dren as he dedicated the United been expected, did not show up oldest social security beneficiary
Nation's Secretary-General U Nation's International Emer- and aU went smoothly. As you read this, Mark Hol- year-old Charlie
gency Children's Fund (UNI- Thant said that for 17 years IB! cochairman of our Na- Smith of Bartow, picking fruitin
Thant saluted
"epoch- tional Affairs committee, andI
CEF) exhibit on the two-acre UNICEF has worked to promote a Florida grove
ng World's Fair" Saturday on grounds of the Pepsi-Cola will be on our way to the
pa the welfare of childrenand
his Initial trip to the big exXMitlon. vilion. mothers the annual meeting of the Chamber *
of Com- .. I'm kinds ashamed te be
_ _
"In shaping the world of the world. It has helped millions
Thousands the of the late la Hugh
clogged merce so thanking
future we have no m 0 r eprecious with health services, disease
rounds and swarmed through and U.S. in Wash Cash and the Citrus Outdoor
resources than our control, nutrition, family
mvlllons and exhibits on the children." he said. child welfare ington. Advertising Company for
fair'. first wivVanrf programs."If We'll probably their generous Chamber ef
Visitors lined up so early at Some 70 children, dressed In one were to seek a common have a Commerce Week II,...
the gates that they were thrown colorful native costumes: !laughed denominator among the good deal to ,
open IS minutes before the at Bozo the clown, and Thant,peoples of the world, we shall report to the * *
usual Jam. start treated them to a picnic: lunch surely find one such factor In Board of Directors Two I94| Model Ts arrivedat
r Human that included hot dogs and soda I the needs of children," Thant and In Pure Service City here
Resource Stressed
The New York City Pavilion, said. this column April 18 en route from Miamito
In the first three hours, 81- a building erected for the 1919- "No matter where they are next week Minneapolis in celebration
273 persons entered the gates 40 World's Fair and then modernized born, children need good food about this ,always -- -- of the :Seth adversary of the
Thant made an appeal for was rededicated. Civil medical attention, education inspiring BRYSONand Pure Oil Company We thought

aid for the world needy chil rights demonstrators._ _.,..who had and the love and security of challenging program of it fitting to have the Chamber
L. -- -- family life. Too many of the our national organization. represented by Dick almond

PipkinIS Be In "Earnest" With Your VoteELECT !{world's children are still with Actually, it was Just too co-chairman with Curtis Peterson
out these vital necessities, and much of a temptation, since of our beautification com
the result is not only a tremendous we'd ,be that close to New mittee, since Service City.was
toll in human suffering York 10 we're going to fly on one of the prize-winners in
A VOTE FOR EARNEST D. "BUD"DIXON but a waste of the wonderfully up in order to spend at least our beautification awards program
r r'', human resources in t'le a few hours at the World's about year ago.

A NATIVE OF POLK COUNTYA developing world." Fair before checking into our * *
rooms at the Statler in Wash-
MATURE BUSINESS MAN ington. Back in 1940, by coincidence Dick got real quick actloe
d, For Ralph Odum and I when be called City Street
A MAN WHO STANDS FOR EFFICIENT HONEST. "l4 slipped off from the U.S. Junior Superintendent John Stokes
COURTEOUS PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT f /1 Clerk of Circuit Court KlNGSWOOt Chamber convention 14 last week. The very next
,f ) Washington to New York fora day, a city crew was tidyingup
I PLEDGE day at that World's Fair the parking lot across
ELECT PIPKIN YOUR NEXT from the post office la order
HONEST, DEPENDABLE, fpRiPMfc JR.sttl * that Lakeland might make
COUNTY COMMISSIONER what Amos and Andy used
Bill Arnold, ofLakeland'
i DEDICATED manager
to call a good "Imprint" on
social office
security the visitors here for the dedication "
DISTRICT ONE a PUBLIC SERVICE I dropped in to tell me Saturday afternoon

,.. Psi, Adv.tr TEACHER DEMOCRAT CHRISTIAN how a suggestion of his has Now if we can Just get General ,
-:- -:- I resulted in a two-year plug Services AdminUtrationwe
hid rot Adv
for Florida citrus over RCA'sSHOP
_ I wrote 'em the other
day-to take care ef the unsightly
grounds et the old

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Wife Louise and I just returned -
last week from the annual
business conference of
the Florida Chamber of Commerce
Executives association

p in Clearwater, This organization
wv; re 1 which I was honored to
serve as president nine years
,be ago met here in 19M and
again In 1961 In preparing a
art exhibit and sale: G 4 13-minute panel presentatioa

..k afOTHna t on the role of the Chamber
t j In traffic: and parking, I
commented that street and
highway projects often take
t ortfftitril oil paintings '-'- "- years to accomplish.
Remember our hassle over
the location of the new Bar-
tow Road? But it came as
$30 to 5215.11 something of a shock even to
me to read that the Tarry.
town Road for which the right \

i ,.. of way is just now about to ":
See this exciting collection as soon as possible! Original, signed! A be purchased has been in the
'f, '; r r, t+v mill for, more than 21..)'e.r..
oil paintings by European and American artists of distinction t '*
J ';"
i superb landscapes, seascapes, charming, itreet scenes that copy w a4.s We ran Into Ledger Society ,\.
u Editor Olive Sykes In the
lure the flavor of Old World,cities I'. each painting beautifully r lobby of the Jack Tar Harrison -

framed In chosen that the mood and technique hotel and were pleased
a carefully style suits to learn that she had just

of the artist. Here indeed Is a rare opportunity to add the visual ' conference nailed down of the IMI awards
the Florida Wo
depth the drama of vibrant color to make your home special men's Press Club for Lakeland
.. >f ,
and personal. , Two generations of Lakeland
if youngsters, many now
parents themselves,
Maas' Pictures {", the wholesome came Influenceof under

Grover Bloodworth, principal V
of the old Lake Morton
school from 1929 to 1953, who .

-- "" ""II> ___,/\I '1 "" ;1111..1'> 1 .."" -. Jlll'T". I "' *'i\\. -" --_. .. died recently,
Florida shuffleboard ground
to an official halt this past
week-though it's played all
", sale: year, of course-with the 4th
annual Last Round-Up at
..,\, sparkling while Woodall's Mobile Home Vil-
,, lage. Mike and Bertha Slater,
draperies for everyarh.dolC
president and
secretary respectively -
.\ . . of the National
] Shuffleboard Association: I .
: :i\\ : V Give your home a fresh, new look with came over from Clearwater

I I I theie lovely "Atlure" droperletl Mad as, they always do for our
II i i of J6<%<1 rayon and 44% octtot, beautifully Lakeland tournaments, to
finished In on Interetting nubby greet the 21$ entrants from
( i ; weave, with blind stitched, 4" hems oft around the state Also on
t top, 3" bottom hems hand were Florida Association
.i President Evan. McKee-
a y Single '48" wide, 58" long . han of Sarasota Bo Wilson
I r # compare at $7 . sale I $4 past president of the California -

r Double 96" wide, 58" long . association who'd heard
i. r at $14 . sale $9 about the event even 'way
t compare
out there, and Host J, H.
y R i Triple 144" wide, 58" long . Woodall Sr., affectionately referred
: -j "i I compare at $20 . sale! $13 to as the grand old

'' k Single 48" wide, 84" . man. of the Florida association. -

: ., compare at $9 . sole! $5 * *

.: r Double 96" wide, 84" long . We're
compare at $19 I . ..I.r! $10 by the annual visit complimented of the JunIor

i Triple t 144" wide!. 84" long . Welfare League provisional
1 compare at $2 sale! $15 members as a part of their
: : -1 : 'J civic orientation,
; _. : V Last Monday
as usual, I got carried
r Kriutcl/i's "Sfiamtori" away by my enthusiasm and

4 ; draperies their courtesy and ,talked almost

a an hour to this year's 10
48" wide, 84" long , provisional under the wing
> l compare of 6.99. ,, sale! 5.00 of Mrs Lloyd (Patsy) King

closeout ueet(1te-filletl S 96" wide, 84" long , compare * *

quilted { 11 at 12.99 . . . sale 10.00 Happiest guy in town or

polishctl cotton bedspread: J 144" wide, 84" long compare just about any town for that

; at 1999 . . . sale 15.00 matter is Harold Dotter.
who came here in 1138 to
regularly 1298 i a t 48" wide, 45" long compare manage Montgomery Ward's

L ot399 . , . .sale 3.00 and was still around to take

sale! 7.97 i e q I : 96" wide, 45" long . compare over the reins of the giganticnew

v at 9.99 , . . . sale! 7,00 Ward's which opened last
week out on Eut Memorial
Shirred flounce bedspread adds a dash of Summer to 96" wide, 63" long . compare Boulevard

any bedroom!' All quilted polished cotton, fast colors of 11.99 . . . sale 9.00

. acetate filled for softness. Completely washable. ..: 1 f :
_s 41 Kenneth's crisp Shannon cloth the Students Having
Your choice: i i ; :: Intriguing lustrous fabric that combines

k Solid colors . blue, white, pink smooth shimmering rayon with Yt pure Time Of Life
Imported linen! Rich, natural linen color,
Large Floral . blue pink gold '
blind stitched aide hems, deep pinchMau' MAALSELV, Norway (AP)-
Small petite floral . blue or flame redMau' pleatt . The U children from Storjordet
who commute six miles daily to
Draperies Draperies' .' school In this northern town are
.:-- ,f ) laving the high times of their
.. .,.,.'" .-, lfIl" lives.When
t FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE spring thaws made the
impassable for the school
bus the air force at Bardufosscame
1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE / up with two helicopters to
substitute during road repairs


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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday. April f. IMf 1-R

t C Florida's Economy f

.;I (Shows ImprovementJACKSONVILLE I Welcome Montgomery Ward

i"Y fir a 'I (AP)-Flor- 1'otalnonfarm employment Increased -
da's the first To Memoria I Boulevard .
< economy during 5 per cent and all major .
of this showed
1 quarter marked Improvement year as mesa categories of employment I Lakeland's Newest Shopping Area
Improvement Even contract -
;. ured by dozen business indicators i '
t ,'" i. the State Chamber of construction, which has After Visiting with Them During Their Grand Open-
Commerce said Saturday in its been lagging, turned upward. I
;. t weekly business review Gasoline sales showed a 7 per ing, Stop In and See Us. -Thrifty City.
cent gain while highway traffic:
Bank debits and gross tales ;
at the state's border check - -- ----
both sensitive Indicators of business !-
I activity, moved up 9 percent points was 8 per cent heavier.I
and department store sales Signaling future trends the BEACH Keep Cool '
.\.'. In leading cities gained 15 percent number 'of business Incorporations .:
over the first quarter of gained 9 per cent duringthe SPECIALS ThisSummer
"" last year. first quarter to mark the,,
Estimates show the total personal first gain of three consecutive:
Income of Floridians running months since mid.1962. Business !
at an annual rate of about failures, es reported by Dun and
1 per cent higher than at this Bradstreet dropped almost one

time last year. third. 1 : OTABltAt{.


WHITE FINS r.a.hl..r..
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LET S Only $FSM i $1987W.11

a1.d..IM1...nat. NEW -
Wolf MaoIti ..fa $00"
20" RollAroundFAN
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b.l wad 0" the S.eM.r. ...ff .i .,.rto duet ...4 ,c.-.ditf. AIR MATTRESS ...".....
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FLOAT. . $1.57 war 13", .
Agricultural Accountants TIME FOR A
Set Series Of Seminars 6-5-5 FERTILIZER

WINTER HAVEN More.'financial records of the firm,I 3Let's ALL PURPOSE 8 7c
than 50 accountants and financial has been the 'forgotten man',

marketing executive firms of will agricultural meet here'With this continuing pro.ram,1(:' GO wit1"LES"To 50 Lb. BagTLp'lq I

In'there Is now an opportunity for,
tomorrow night, for the first
a series of monthly seminars'him to participate in forum dislcusslons Continue the Proven RecordOf
The with authoritative
.on accounting practices. ,
'series Is jointly sponsored by speakers on specific subjects Good ProgressAnd
,the Florida Society of Agrii Furthermore, this is a rare opportunity I Good GovernmentFOR (
i cultural Accountants and the for him to exchange mill
(Florida Council Farmer Coop- views with many other accountants AND IQUAL ]
[irativei II to their I mutual benefit" Will TAXATION KM* All FOR/r.r ALL, is.. THE GOOD OF POLK COUNTYLET'S
The first conference will convene Tickets to the dinner at the ,
at the Haven Hotel with a,first meeting may be obtained j ELECT RE-ELECT Famous Brand Names. "Quality Merchandise of Discount Prices"
dutch treat" buffet dinner at,at the Council registration deskin
[I:30 o'clock and adjournment' the lobby of the Haven Hotelat Ralph J. Rossi L W. "Les" Dunson LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN
J planned for 1:30.HayDe': a price of $3.73. Reservations' .
to the dinner may be made by 1102. I. M.motl.l IM. Phone MU 6-5UJ 6th fr Av.. K, N.W., Ph.. CY 1-4129
To Speak TAX ASSESSOR County Commissioner, Did 3
contacting the Florida Society NEW STORE HOURS i Oran Monday thru Friday 9 AM. I* 9 P.M. Sot, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M,
The speaker will be Felix TiHavnes. of Agricultural Accountants, Box ..... M. "'.. b" a. J. aMoI ..... ,.. .. Ml. C.m..l.i< fund .( L, W "L.."' Ounwit i

E investigating supervisf -'265. Winter Haven 33881. I- ---L_ ___ _ __ __ n___ __ ___ _ _ _ _ __
f of the wage and hour division,
I 'U.S. Department of Labor who
['Will discuss "Legal Require- SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
ffrients for Record Keeping and

[Overtime for Agricultural Marketing - .

*.* His talk Firms.will be followed by a :: .. ..itt,. .
panel discusion of the topic with '
John B. McCutcheon. field investlgator j;:.. f . rh r
for the Department ; .
of Labor Lakeland, assisting "
L A Thomas, executive secretary r '
of the Florida Council of 5. { J .r.t .,.

farmer Cooperatives, will'. be if.' : :t
noderatorLin '

view of the increasing comKxity .ff .,... .
of state and federal reVis .. r, . ,.
and the need for keeping t' ,:" \. .V, 'j .
Opiate financial and statist BROTHERS 1't! .
5 call records, Thomas explained
[these conferences will provide :\
!.l( neans for exchanging ideas '

fund studying specific require- French provincial 4-pc. bedroom group ,
I meats related to current problems -
[ affecting the accountant's
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Law Governing New

Charges In Campaign M

Largely Obsolete

By DOUGLAS STARR service of notice of charges and

TALLAHASSEE (AP-The fl- attacks made by such ordinary

nar 18 days of a political[ campaign media of publication" wholly ui-
are out of bounds for candidates necessary.
to level new charge Strict Enforcement Shunned
against opponents except in "The statute has no reference
campaign speeches and few to oral statements or. .cam-
people pay attention to the law palgn speeches .whether by
nowadays. voice alone or. .by radio. Nor
In fact. a 1934 State Supreme does the prohibition extend to
Court case took the bite out of the mere publication of the fact
1913 law by ruling that It did in f newspaper that an address
not apply to campaign speeches, has been made by another purporting -
and to newspaper and radio I to give the details of the
coverage of such speeches. attack so publicly made."
With modem communication In a special concurring opinion ,Pr

procedures and laws,.the Intentof [ Justice Rivers Buford laid
the law Is satisfied overnight if the statute were construed
Candidates under attack can be strictly "it denies to every per-
advised immediately and can son and the press the right to
respond swiftly. circulate truthful, adverse Infor-
mation as well as false adverse
Answering Time SoughtAs
information about candid!
written, the 31- year old ." any
law part of a corrupt -
"The effect would be to keep
section of the state election -
from the public and from the 20-ln. Push-Type
code-forbids publication or
election matters and things
circulation of charges against
which they have a right to know Rotary Mower
candidate In the final 18
and also have the right to dis- I If
days before an election. It was themselves""This .... 9s tua p t
designed to give the candidate cuss among
statute is but another attempt .
time to answer I
of the undue invoking of $44
No distinction was made be-
the police power" of the state in I
tween true and false charges. II
that it abridges the right of free
And the maximum penalty for Regular 49,99 I
and freedom of the
conviction Is six months In \\t\\\ speech press ,
Justice Buford wrote that the
The deadline for this year's
statute did not define what con
May 5 first primary was April
stituted a charge or st-.1 I
17. Only one candidate took the

V attack warned statute him race an at opponent on face that stated be value In planned Issues l the during govemor'a and to- wrote entirely tack.offense,"What locality."could lawful on might"when be one kindness be done place a criminal ,In"and another he- tr r : //f I f i

the final[ 18 days. I
According to the State Supreme

Court, he apparently)
need not have bothered. 2,560 Found Long PantyGIRDLE tot"I
The court ruled that the stat-

ute was designed to promote fair On Dying BeggarORISTANO
play and fair competition iii politics
and to prevent secret distribution Sardinia (AP-
of handbills attacking can A hospital here is holding $2,560 488
didates. until it hears from a court.
idea to give the at-
The was The money was found sewn
tacked candidate time to respondto Into a jacket lining on Pietro Reg. 5.98
the charge before the elec- Manca, 73, a Sardinian beggar :
tion. who spent his last years roaming "
Florida[ Sparsely SettledIn the streets and was found ti :

1913, Florida was sparsely dying a natural death In an ....,, "'
its 700,000 population '"" 1... : ._ war 'Ji.P .: + c+o4't ,aka
settled abandoned barn at Marrublu w0M; ?iw? ... .C.- .:,_a* w
spread across an 800-mile long last week. Relatives soon
state. Communication were turned up with claims.
largely word of mouth and cane ,
didates had to make personal
in every area to MINE KILLS ONE
seek the vote. ADEN (AP-A mine expoded 33V RPM
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paper publisher convicted under British officer and wounded two
the statute-the court ruled In others Two Arab Soldiers trav-
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c Senator Holland Says: -

"At this ", _."t, I should' bo with you In Florida . ic
*" Making your lupport In the coming Democrat! primary
In my bid for renamlnation to tho United Storm $... ..
Instead, I In ..., "
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By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF that for this, perhaps the most
MAHLER Das Lied von der deeply felt of Mahler's works
Erde. Eugea Jochum conducting he chose two solo voice with an
Ln; the Amsterdam Coacert- orchestra of modest proportionsand
gebouw Orchestra with Nan the whole work is marked
Merriman mezzo soprano and with the utmost restraint. For
Ernest Haefllger tenor Deutsche the composer whose most'recent
Crammophoa 1U 819, symphony had been dubbed the
monaural 18 8(1. 'Symphony of One Thousand
There is no such thing as a because of the vast amy of
purely objective creative work,'forces both vocal and symphonla
but there are, nevertheless, degrees that it called for, this Is sig
of subjectivity in the work I nificant.
of different artists. If we can The performance on this Teaord
see' Stravinsky, is of the highest quality.
as one of the Nan Merriman contributes an
moat objective] exquisite distinction both of
among composers voles and Interpretation. Ernst
there is no
|I Haefllger Is first-rate' and loch
question but
that Mahler Is'' um, one of the ablest of European -
conductors, directs a performance
one of the most!B
of excellent
subjective. His I clarity
A R and
music 1s of Insight.
r" "; most passionate! * I

a I Introspection 1 MOZART Duo hi G Major. Sin
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a one can
tonic Concertante. David and
with almost Mrs. Sokoloff
Igor Olxtrakh. Moscow Philharmonic
vr poignant clarity the experiences Orchestra, SkyrllKondrsuhln
of his highly sensitive nature. conductor London
When Mahler composed Das CS 1377 monaural CM
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1 0 01s ",. GOLF BALLS ...id I was He had seriously been told affected.that As his Bruno heart that Here extraordinary Is another recording father-son by

Walter writes, "The combination of David and Igor
) mystery of
r 44 death had always been In his Dlstrikh. These two Mozart
works are composed for violin
3 mind and thoughts: now it was
and viola. David Oistrakh, the
within sight; his world, his life
Doien lay under the somber shadowof father, plays the viola part and
Its proximity." proves to be as amazing a virtuoso -
Mahler described the work asa on this instrument as on
"symphony for tenor and conralto the violin. Igor, the son, is developing -
and orchestra! The texts steadily as an artist
a paraphrase by the German and on this record turns In one
poet, Hans Bethe, of ancient!of his finest performances. As
Chinese 'for ensemble, the Oistrakhs are
I They

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Farewell, there Is an acceptance -!! Finale are a delight The
a letting go, that Is filled Duo achieves with coniumste
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Sunday, April :(. 1W4 :
III I -(Texas Police Arrest BridegroomAs

TOSS I AGREE I wIii11I1iIi4 I { :7YearOldSends Holland Robbery-By-Proxy PlotterHOUSTON

!$5 Contribution Tex. (AP-A ca When detectives arrested tion broadcast after the rob-
vlar-loving bridegroom chargedas ,Burke they found more than bery was living in the apart
I WASHINGTON-Senator Spes- the mastermind of a bizarre $10,000 In his room and $494 in ment. After checking the license
t FORJ.B. :lard L. Holland reported yesterday plot to rob four Houston'his billfold. I number of the man's car I
a $5 contribution to his banks with the aid of unsuspecting A tipster whom police declined and getting Information on him
I campaign fund was "one of the messengers said Saturday to identify told detectivesa I from various sources 1 la Las
THORNHlLLJr. brightest spots of my race for lie'had planned to go into,' man answering the descrip- Vegas police moved In.
I re- lection." business for himself-"maybe'
I The money came from hi. opening up a bank." ,I
Exile Castro
;I youngest contributor to date Only one of the messengers, Says
YOUR :Sue Jim Lake, 7, of 5330 S.W.:however, managed to deliverthe
Seventh ,$t.? Miami emptiedher cash, about $12,000 to a mys-
piggy bank to raise the $5 ery man, who hired him. Caused
for Senator Holland. Indirectly
I Nevadan Charged
TAX COLLECTORCOUNTY "Enclosed Is. my pledge, $5,"i
she wrote. John L. Burke, 27, of Las Vegas -
I Holland told Sue Jim In a ; Nev., was charged with Kennedy's Murder
WIDE letter of thanks: bank robbery before U.S. Commissioner .
Billy Costa, who set
"Oftall the political contribu-
I tions I have received I value bond at, $50,000. It was not BOSSIER CITY, La. (AP) -!better since the Second World
yours most highly. You are the posted. :The former prime minister of War But Castro was alarmedat .
I "I had enough money for me Cuba claimed that the
youngest contributor to of Saturday
any of the
the reapproachment
''Ffef ajBuslnessLike my political campaigns over and my wife to last a couple of late President Kennedy would be'
fearful that
countries and
months, Burke told newsmen. two
: : alive If the United States had
Full Time operation of the Having I ,"And in a couple of months, I thwarted Fidel Castro's rise to Russia might sacrifice him to
I some of them your age I know was planning to go Into some power or if Castro had been defeated -better said relations.
how nice kind of business, maybe openingup the of
many things one can at Bay Pigs. I Prestige Said Low
buy for $5 and the fact that you a bank. Dr. Jorge Garcia Montez
decided against doing this and Burke, who identified himselfas who now lives in exile at MI-1 The Cuban prime minister
'sending' your money to my cam a former gossip columnistfor ami, spoke to the 84th annual from 1953-57 said that "never
,. For the convenience of residents of'Lakeland, I pledge to do everything In my power paign fund makes me apprecl a Las Vegas magazine, was convention of the Louisiana 'has the prestige of the United
ate it more than I can tell you. arrested early Saturday at a Association.
t to establish a branch of the Tax Collector's Office in Lakeland. This will eliminatethe I If I am re-elected, I shall hope Houston apartment. Press Garcla-Montez at luncheon States been so low. This processwas
Police quoted Burke as saying started with Castro's revolution
that service In
necessity of going to Bartow to pay taxes. will make my you proud the of Senate me so the first purchase/ with his new speech that Castro declared induced"1 do Lee not say Os- In Cuba, and this situation

that you may have reason In riches was a three-pound jar of wald to murder President Ken- will not Improve as long
t the years to come to say that'caviar which he ate for lunch nedy. as he Is In power."
1::_ __ .'you helped to re-elect me" Friday.
u - Is that Garcia Monte urged the
"What I do say a par -
r---- Statement Said Signed ticular brand of Castro's Com- Johnson administration to permit .
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND Officers said Burke signed a munist ideology was responsible Cubans to harass Castro
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-" -!I.- ., ,.' \'*. ::,A . < "--.- }.'. ,..r,." '". & _;., _..."t" ,..""\ . ,f '}j, statement rob the admitting four suburban he plannedto banks dent for that of the murder United of States"presi- and called for an armed invasion .

of Cuba, under the banner
. Friday by sending messengerswith Reapproachment Feared
I \it letters threatening childrenof of the Organization of
I four tellers with death unless Garcia-Montex claimed that American States.
the money was handed over. Castro feared a reapproach- He said he felt Russia would

.' Messengers appearing! at the Moscow ment between that would Washington have under and not step In If such an overt

TV . HI-FI, ) SPRING FESTIVAL ?Rte Harrisburg Branch Bank National and MacGregorPark Spring cut Castro's power in Cuba. attack munist-run were island.Children's made. on the Com

STEREO AND National 'got nothing but The Cuban exile said, "I
: one scored at Belfort State want to emphasize that I do
Bank where the teller stuffed not mean to say, that Castro
; a lANcOF VALUES ; about li.000 in a bag. actually ordered Oswald to: Home
; 'I1R4i murder President Kennedy.
What I do say Is that a man: Members
4t' aar..ww a .Err i" ,,' ... ." "" ,;.n lJ.-. R9_ : HEMORRHOIDSFissures ,who was a devoted Fidellsta Society
1 (follower of Fidel Castro) and:
Fistulas and imbued with his Ideas was impelled Hear Dr. Thrift

Jlu.gllifiCCJlt Mffffmiuo.Y . the fyrcat" sound other Rectal Diseases I to do it.
to . .
successfully treated by I "Even the hypothesis that Dr. Charles T. Thrift"Jr., pres.
the ":rent" picture NON-SURGICAL Castro plotted the murder of ident of Florida Southern College .
methods. I President Kennedy is not ab told Florida Children's
surd or Impossible. For one Home Society members at their
Color TV NO LOSS OF TIME I thing Castro Is a murderer. . annual meeting in Jacksonville
DR. EARLE RABB ,then, Castro was the one that Friday that "Dreams have to belike
could have profited by thecrime.
stars- beyond our grasp -
Stereo Phonograph, r' CLINIC. N.D. I Certainly not Russia."Relations !,but this Is the way we grow,
,". CV S-42M Winter H>*M I between this country sometimes realizing defeat but

AM/FM Radio j( and Russia never have been- I forever pushing onward."

Elected Friday to serve on
;' 'r$;:)ct( 1 the Society's State Board of Directors
795: '::r Ig : was D. H. Sloan Jr. of

J ', JAMES ..L.RODEN. ._ County Lakeland State, vice-president.Board members Polk

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phonograph with Micromatic record ix t- ;; Lanier Upshaw, Lakeland, Sen.
player, plus AM/FM radio "Then Is No Sufesf if of* for Experience"M Spessard 1. Holland was electedan
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Civic ClubRoundUp Sportsman Park Recreation Complex DedicatedA I

crowd of softball enthusiasts to dedicate the newly developed the people of east Lakeland Pony League; and Bill tie League. The Rev. Elvin Baptist Church gave the Invocation
children, and county officials ]recreation complex. awarded Aldine Combee, county] field, vice president of Haua&1(Hall, pastor of the Gapway I and convocation. .. i
gathered In SportsmanPark Upon conclusion of planned commissioner from district I Ia II, tJM HI
II Friday night at 6 o'clock speech making and festivities, plaque for his service and effort .,

DOWNTOWN rida summer Hospitality Jaycees conference Room of the to advise to upcoming be held Flo'19 Cubans Found On Great Abaco I Participating in bringing of Sportsman in about the the dedica-Park development .' I miii 132 Page Full-Color Catalog.,

UONS in Lakeland.The tion were George Sanford, Lakeland
MIAMI (AP) Nine Cubans
am be held next regular meeting will I were found on Great Abaco Is- ing.The nine slipped out of Havana city planner; Aldine Com IA Must For Lot Owners !
at the
I Crest
II Restaurant land, Bahamas, Saturday after on the Lebanese freighter Aretl. bee. commissioner of district
on S
at noon.
I fleeing Cuba by merchant ship The Aretl radioed the CoastGuard 5; Floyd Woods, commissioner
The Dixieland Lion ,
and raft.
at Miami last night that of district h; L. W. Duncan,
light bulb tale will end Tuesday DOWNTOWN I A lighthouse keeper at Hole-I the nine had manned a floating,commissioner of district; Bob N CONSTRUCTION CHAOS
night the when club members OPTIMIST n-The-Wall, on Great Abaco'i work platform, made of oil,Rhinehart, director of Polk n, r ncTURis tl spioficAnoNf
from meet at the sale city will park. Proceeds (I southeast tip notified authorities drums and planks. In the northwest County parks and recreation; rr'N QUALITY FEATURES
go the CLUS at Nassau of the Cubans' land- Providence channel. BUI McGinn! president of the al
sight conservation fund and sass N AIL ABOUT riNANCIMe
will belied to purchase eye QUESTIONS ANSWERS tr"? :
examinations glasses for A Lady'i Night program will ewe a COMPLETE INFORMATION \.t
needy persons. be held the
at Crest Restaurant
Last weekend Harold Snow,I I,tomorrow night to honor the lE FLOOR PLANS
first vice president and Ben new members of the Optimist / 'r
Parkhurst, secretary, attendedthe Club. Louis Leigh, District IV ,
Send for Fr. catalog of homes r.
Council of Governor's meeting Governor for Optimist International l t a your now
at Tallahassee in regard toa will be the speaker and and select the perfect home for your family
state-wide meeting of Lion will induct the new membersinto
governors. the club.
Last week's meeting was heldat 1 u
the Opti-Park in the form ofa
cook-out and all committee
chairmen gave reports. 7
.f LIONS Paul Laws chairman of the 1' lY
ClUI Soap Box Derby, reported that b
45 youths have entered the contest
slated for July 4, so far.
John Wilton a Downtown The contest la sponsored each
Lions Club member, spoke at year by the Lakeland- Ledger.Pendarvls .
the last meeting of the club on Chevrolet al i--tl
"What Is Lkmlsra?" Optimist Club.New I
This week. Randy HoweD,
Tampa a youth who made a
trip to Israel on the Lions Club Wahneta VM M.4 Mfc w..w w..i awn w w1, 'h.. The beo\ltllul 3.bedr..sn C.eetrr Sje
Youth Exchange Program, will r- ,H yM w..f *bt ir MMIn dw.Ml tmm.:" tofr
show' slides he took while he Water SystemDedication 1jjtiI h.M.fndwbae.Ilw./rMec
was there. SetThe : MsNYMa.r.a................AAdS.a.w....._ r 12 Yt.. .1
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CHAMIERor community of Wahneta of ........t dddq.- ...." -to -
plans a ribbon cutting and pa. *i tUi.Mkrlah M cwhni l . ... UnM.f ..,11'M M
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ads for the dedication of their w. "'-1. .
JIM Wah..,TM'r3JimWalfcr'M 11".r"" ". .fleet
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COMMERCIWalt new $195,000 water system Mon 4 7 *_ M CATALOO"w.1.N......"..all sulk Inwrnl.d.. Ie oar A.v
day at 9 o'clock. II I I ,... ...wr_MI lot"""p*s.u. scar e. ...,... "*'.w-.two.tIwwe srd f........
Walters was elected Guests for the Wahneta dedication I I II .Ie-pb.-.I.M..........AC b..IR.wall J
president of the Lakeland Jaycees will be Ray Maddox, I w I 5Ftelcl ,/ ew.s s'........ .e...PM..w ,.
during their last regular tate representative, and Willie MAIL COUPON NOW 4
meeting. Danford, water commissioner. ..
colorfulpractical! 33-PAGtV rUll-COlOR ------- .w. e."
Other officers elected Included Little Mr. and Miss Wahneta l.w
Ralph Penn, first vice president will cut the ribbon for the community It'fJt'en "tootllpl(" VINYL cafe curtain* .k5.---:0: :.I.Ir ?t+ I JIM W.IIH(0,,...,." I
; Casey Hoenlcke, second water system. ._/.... !MollieelfiN'. . I
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vice president; Bob Schulthles, anti roll.II shades weayrs..lrN..el-w,1 .. I
lot. _hM bdk -
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secretary; and Bud Chestnut g I
a. w. Id
treasurer . 1Arw.F.1.3 /1. I
During a meeting Thursday I Good news for your home! Now you con odd that tropical "bamboo. 1 TOeAt L.i i I

Jaycees will conduct an orleDtatlon R.llee' look" with these colorful vinyl toothpick cafe curtains and roll-up .u- I
program for new members shades! Use indoors . I
Alt or out they're mildew-proof, washable and cltra.- -

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Savings and Loan Association. I ixoerfenced ROLL-UP SHADES CAFE CURTAINS i'"III'ii-i I -Tn-. .' f-
The directors will also ______________-1
meet at that time. II i Mart 6ft. long, 2ft. wide . 1.49 48" wide, 24" long . . . 89c
A large delegation of Jaycees" 6ft. long, 3ft. wide . 1,99, 60" wide, 30" long . , 1,39 LAKELAND, FLA. .off:
is expected to be on hand for 6ft. long, :4-fC wide ,. 2.79 60" wide, 36" long . . . '.69 Hwy. 98 South (New Bortow Hwy..) h.Rtk:)

to the be Jaycee conducted District next IV Caucu.I, I 6-ft long, 5ft. wide . 3.79 9"x54"lolonces . . . . 89eMass' Rout 5, Bo16 t

Orlando. j I Morris Combee I 6-ft, long, 6-ft. wide . ;. 4.79 Phone. 688-1928 IT '
The Jaycee state convention' CONSTABLE DISC #S M'A. FLA. AVON PARK FLA. S r. <<
will ,be held May 14 through'I i I Men....;: .._,__ Draperies 4131 .. ..m.....* *... M.... sr. a..uK .g
May 17 at Cocoa Beach and the ClMM*. Y...... ill iH. i- m.*f 2S-IM,* ..:....0..": ,'",
Lakeland Jaycees will have .1< hw Adv. 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2fOR MORE ; 'WI
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IZ-B IAXELAND LEDGER. Sunday. April 21. 1981Administration._
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I Continues To Seek (Southern Presbyterian

I Vote To Work For Integration l : !C

Flexible On Communist ChinaBy -
Policy MONTREAT N.C. (AP) eliminate segregation. | the resources of the Presbyterian
The Southern Presbyterian The assembly adopted by a Church in the U.S.
!MAX FRANKEL ment and the American peopleare and that Washington! must pre- Barnett, who was born to Church'i general assembly took 251-130 vote a, motion by Dr.' (Southern) to "give more practical ,
Qetir'Uorlt 9CimeaWASHINGTONQuietly associated with you in a pare to salvage a seat for the American parents In China In a major step in the field of A. J. Kissling of Jacksonville, assistance to our ministers -
treaty of mutual defense.. I government of Taiwan even if 1911 and has specialized in race relations Saturday when it Fla., proposing that the church's who are in distress because
and wish to reaffirm our dedicationto Peking Is admitted. Chinese, economic and Far voted to help its church units board of Christian education of their witness against
\ undramatically, the admimstra the commitments in this Rusk and other officials have Eastern affairs, addressed the provide information and counsel racial Injustices in the church
I lion continues to grope fore treaty, our support of the Re- emphasized that "when main- China conference of the collegiate to ministers and congrega- and society."
greater flexibility in its attitude public of China as the govern land China has a governmentwhich council for the U.N at Har- Sub To Replace tions on how to contribute to Dr. Kissling's motion was
toward communist China. ment of China and our opposi- to prepared to renounce vard University/ His speechwas the elimination of segregationand adopted as a substitute for a
Two recent developments are tion to any proposal to deprivethe force, to make peace, and to approved and distributed by Thresher Ready racial discrimination, not proposal to form an emergency
being Interpreted here as evidence Republic of China of Its honor International responsibilities the State Department.He only in the church but In the committee on religion and race.
of this subtle shift. 1 It rightful place in the United it will find us responsive." said Americans must be PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP- nation. Dr. William McCorkle of Bristol -
represents more of a change of Nations and to seat the Chinese prepared for a change in the A sleek nuclear submarine, the Dr. Kissling, in offering the Tenn., outgoing moderator,
posture than policy, but official Communists in its place." First Effort nature of the mainland govern Thresher, plunged to an Atlantic motion, said his fellow commissioners appealed for a spirit of unity
regard it as a significant attempt Rusk thus explicitly opposed The first major effort in this ment and that Chinese Ameri- grave slightly more than a year (delegates) would leave and said the church should take DR. FELIX B. GEAR ,
to adjust to realities and; only the method by which Pe- shift was a speech last Decem- cans must abandon their "illu- ago with the loss of 129 lives. the assembly with "a heavy the lead in saying "let's" be
to dampen political passions king's supporters have tried to ber by Roger Hilsman Jr., for- sions" about each other. The On Monday, a sister ship heart" if cries for action In the more Christian together. The also 'adopted a
about the issue. I get Communist China into the'mer assistant secretary of state talents that Americans rightly the USS Dace slides into the field of civil rights went un- The new moderator, elected assembly letter to church units
The first item of Interest was world organization-in place of for Far Eastern affairs. A variation have admired on Taiwan, he Atlantic to take the place of the heeded. Thursday night Is Dr. Felix B. pastoral local
Secretary of State Dean Rusk'I Nationalist China. Many officials of his theme was pre suggested, are Chinese talents Thresher.The The motion, noting the neces- Gear of Decatur, Ga., who was on race relations and to urged read it"soulsearchmgry
statement of support for Nation- here believe that supportfor sented last week by Robert W. that would be evident on the Dace will take up the development -sity for action "in this time of considered by many to be the congregations and for a verdict
alist China on his arrival in 1'ai- Communist China will Increase Barnett, a deputy assistant sec'mainland, too, if they are al- of tactics where the national and world emergency," most liberal of the four candidates ."
or'two for Far Eastern affairs lowed to flourish. Thresher left off. also authorized mobilization of for the office.
wan. He avoided a mere repetition in the next year retary -_.._ - -- -- -
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of the standard estimate
of President Chiang Kai-shek'
government as the "only right-
ful" representative of China. He
also stopped short of opposing
Peking's admission to the United 1- 'g4ya1iFJ
Nations for all time and under -

any circumstances.Sqft Commitment. :

Instead, Rusk gave the softest
possible commitment consistent
with United States policies and
obligations. There was speculation .
here that this delicate t4

change, undoubtedly noticed in : I
Taiwan, may have been one
reason for the absence of the
customary communique after 1
Rusk's day-long talk with Generalissimo I
Chiang Kai-shek.
Hitherto, all) formal policy 1
declarations about Chinese rep-
resentation in the U.N. echoeda "Ii QUALITY
In 1961
statement prepared '
It was written for PresidentKennedy's ,;, DISCOUNT
news conference on
Oct. 12 of that year, but since
no one asked him about the Issue -

his name the statement a week was later issued by the in-: : t

White The House.United It States said: has al- r--ji-; : _: 1 Noon to 7 p. .

v'ays considered the governmentof _
the Republic of China the _
only rightful government repre-

senting given and full China to support all the'and rights to has the always of position that SHOP EARLY AND SAVE QUANTITIES LIMITED !

government In the United Nations -
Therefore, the United
States firmly opposes the entry ------
A of the Chinese Communists into
the United Nations or into any
of the components of the United
Nations." MEN'SMESH Kroydon I

Rusk Statement
Plastic Housewares
But on his arrival in Taiwan, HOSE GOLF CLUBS
1 11a 250-word: statement of admiration -
and support for the Na- I
tlonalist government, Rusk coy 1 WOOD ''
I ered the same ground like this: SET'I I

Ft."The Meade United States High govern

Teacher Elected

To FEA PostA only sold In packages The same clubs Paul Homey -
of 5 pair Nylon reinforcedheel used to win the $166,000 CBS I
Fort Meade High School
teacher, Mrs Carolyn L. Dotson, = and toe. Tournament.

was Classroom elected Teacher chairman Departmentof of the Size I II I to 13 8 PC. Iron Set . $37.97 i iI I

the Florida Education Association 1
at the YOUR 33C 1I
FEA conventionin 1I I
yesterday Miami Beach I E I I

Mrs. Dotson Is

a business teacher educa-of Package of 2 16-cube let Cube Trays

tion and the 10-Quart Plastic Round Dishpan Assorted Colors I
,head of the BOYS'SWIM Wilson Medalist -
Adult Education 10-Quart Plastic Round Pour Spout Pail i

Department the The high Fort school.at- ." SUITS C 11>Quart Plastic Rectangular Dishpan--White or Yellow GOLF BAG

Meade teacher MRS. DOTSONhas
been a delegate to the National

conventions Education for three Association's years, and YOUR WWc -

has attended NEA meetings in 97CBoxer
Washington, D. C. She has CHOICE S
served on several committees of
various education organizations
Mrs. Dotson has also been
president of the Fort Meade'sWomen's Inner 4-Pieee Heavy Duty Freezer Set
style. 'support, Sunday Only 14 compartment .
Club and is serving on 1 1Va Bushel Rectangular Heavy Duty Laundry Basket
the board of directors of the draw string waist, Plaids I I Bandoleer Bog. Black,
Fort Meade Charity Organiza and e 14-Quort Plastic Baby Diaper Pail with Cover-White or Yellow
tion. stripes prints. Red Cr Black and Green.


Organ RecitalSet I


College ChapelAn

organ recital, featuringseven 24" Electric 3 PC. Aluminum Powerful 20-Inch
students of Thomas Brier.
ly of the Florida Southern College -
seated at 8:15: p,m. Wednesday
in the college chapel.
The program, a highlight of
the Lakeland area observance $
of National Music Week, is !
built around the two main
schools of organ compositionthe -
Baroque and the "modern" ,
$1 -
French school. Big 24" Grill, I.. King Size 6 Web 34.87
Five of the seven'student musicians 4r high, !:: By 15 l web Chaise
are honor students at Features Ism One Inch
Florida Southern. Steel Hood, Tubing.Spit .
Dacron and cotton. Banded o
The program is as follows; & Forks, Adjusts to 5
Thomas Hand, Lakeland fronts and fancy tabs- Four Chrome Plated, a Positions.Adjustable 3 H.P. Engine, Heavy Steer
"Prelude and Fugue In B Flat" colors. Grid y
Chassis, easy pull recoil starter -
Bach Patricia Parsons, Sebastian -
by ; Beaded Fire Bowl. L. of Colors. _
"Toccata and Fugue I In Sizes 4 to 14 Adjustable cutting height
D Minor" by Bach, Barbara l
Kleinschmldt Hialeah "Cho-
rale In B Minor" by Franck; OI -
Marjorie Flood Fort Meade- FSbAy
"Poeme Mystique" by Purvis;
William Hazelwood Chattanooga -
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Mass: Ellen.W'Meditation Eatabrook, a Wnltham Sainte LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. I Q l d QUALITY The only true tntoiwr" I I That DISCOUNTS giv. you tnitant

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"Chorale In A Minor" by
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The public to Invited. |I

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] QUISTIONi D* r" MiUk e 4liifpittiM 'N perk ..d-IA.1 pl., I IN'IfI w..ll
James J. Musso tw..._ parking n..." k* the downtown ..*.,
WHIM ,ASKID Down****sr...

; Bill Reeser, :J3J V Belmont ing lots. I don't like havingto Mrs
I "I com to town just M rarely buy something In I particular Court.
tore in order to for
I as possible because of the pay
pledges I parking situation. The new my Malcomb parking H.time Thomas, Rt. 2, rather
two-hour limit will make no Box 1511: "It's high time they der to
difference to me. It's not the got around to doing tome- park
I expense of the parking meter thing about the situation. The I'm
but the Inconvenience that way It has been they've actually -
A vocational-technical training center to provide keeps me away. I'd rather chased hundreds of peo tainly
skilled labor for drive to Tampa and shop. I'm ple out of the business district win
existing and new industries and to help tired of getting parking tick. You can't get anything hour
train academic school dropouts.To eta I think the shop owners done In an hour, and the park- think
should put in lots for their em- and-shop idea has been mis J. M
I ployes so the rest of us can leading. The signs advertise cle "1
work toward park on the streets as long as free parking but when the :
securing more new industries. Duringa I we have to." shopper finds he didn't spendthe ten to
five months period last I correct amount In the con And '
unemployment in Polk
rect store, he ends up paying hour
County averaged 8,300.To I a 30 cents Instead of the dimeIt the
4 would cost him at a parkIng .
make tpw
meter. People have actually -
work for a county-wide advisory committee long d R been paying fines to patina and I
come to Lakeland to do busi
range planning for roads, industry, colleges etc. ness." of about the
4 in the

I Job Security I believe all county employees should would Still,

have job security. Election personnel turnover is cost. REESER- -- - -MILLER- - where

ly in training and loss of '
efficiency. I' Mrs. It..7. Miller 17 A
George Street Ken's Park "1

I am for comprehensive planning and zoning. This will ,i have think been the losing city's money merchants because .

take care of building, plumbing, electrical codes etc. I of their park-and-chop
plan. I like the Idea of returning -
Show the citizens a plan and let them vote on it. to city metered park. THOMAS ADCOCK

Appoint the Polk County Garden Clubs as a committeeto II Friday Is Deadline --- 1

beautify all highways leading into the county and I For Absentee Ballotsable
let the cities take Mrs.
care of their own.
BARTOW Supervisor of to go to the polls withoutthe water
Registration Blanche Work aid of another person. for one
yesterday reminded potential Applications for absentee way
absentee ballot voters that no ballots are available time to
only at
Vote for Progress more applications for absentee the registration office. Requests see ,
ballots for the May 8 primary for an application must move
Vote for will be accepted after J p.m. be made directly-either personally 1, you
like the
Friday or through the mail- !
Thus far, the registration office the city
by the person desiring the absentee >> !
has issued 461 absentee ballot, Mrs Work said.
JAMES J. MUSSO ballots Mrs. Work stated. Of !
this total. 425 went to Demo-
cratic voters, and 42 went to PRACTICALLY .. .. .. |

County CommissionerDISTRICT Republican All absentee voters ballots must be HARTFORD Conn. (AP) :
Since the dates all coincide a
to the registration
local firm reissued 1908 calen
I office by S p.m. May 4, the day
dan for 1964, complete with an
3Countywide before the first primary early 20th Century pin-up girl.
Absentee ballots are Issued Some changes have been
Vote to voters who will be absent made however. The notationfor
from Polk County during the Jan. 3, for Instance. points
I entire time the polls will be out that on this date 81 years
..N. ..... on election day and to hence Alaska will become th50th e DAV.)0
.I LpelIOn.who are physically un- state in the Union



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.14-B Sunday.LAKELAND April It, 1H4Hitler LEDGER rOdham Says Holland DuPont 'Errand Boy1 :.., : ...tom ._ e .

Aide MIAMI (AP-Brsiley Odham when Sen. Paul H. Douglas, Holding Act. land told them he didn't know

repeated today Ms charge that D-IU., denied this.yesterday, he This would force the estate to "Later, he said he checked his
I' Hess SaidDeranged Sen. Spessard L. Holland DFla ,"suffered a convenient memory either divest Itself of Its Florida law office by phone and they
., "an errand for "
was buy
banks, or dispose of other did represent Prudential last a
the Florida DuPont estate. Douglas remarked In a Senate Interests such as the Florida year In two small transactions 1 i I
Odham, who is running forHolland's debate last April 11 that East Coast Railway and the St. worth $70."Holland. FOOD
Senate said that
seat .
Holland had asked him to exempt Joe Paper Company. failed to point out puns aektnrnscsssr
By GEORGE BOULTWOOD the DuPont estate from Insurance Tie, Exposed that his law firm has listed Pru- nscoesrQiAtt
BERLIN (AP-Rudolf Hell, Kynes WillTestify the Bank Holding Company Act dential as a client In the laws
once Adolf Hitler1 deputy, ha, In 1955 and 1956 on grounds that Odham also repeated his er's director for the last six ITY RIGHTS RESERVED
the estate's Income went to statement that Holland's law "
become eccentric that he
10 years.
On firm represents the Prudential
sometimes howl like a wolf In Od
Insurance Company, which
his prison cell, says a man In Douglas Apologizes ham described as "one of the STRIKE PLANNED
a position to know. Bible Bill Yesterday Douglas apologized big special interests"opposed to ROME (AP) The Communist
Hess is 70 today. He ha saying he had made "an medicare." led Italian General Confed- S (
been behind bars 23 years. ORLANDO (AP-Atty. Gen. unintentional error." "When reporters in Washington eration of Labor announced Fri- ringt avian styv'
First he was in British raptly James W, Kynes said today he "I guess that's the way the asked Holland whether his day it would stage a 24-hour
Ity after flying to England on a has been invited to testify before boys perform in their own private law firm actually did represent strike on all Italian railroad networks T ; o
"peace mission" in 1M1. Then a congressional committeeon club-the. United States Prudential," Odham said, "Hol I _May 5. .J
he was sentenced to life by the and Bible reading In r
prayers said.
Senate Odham "They imllllJTr T
Nuernberg International tribunal public schools.Kynes suffer convenient m e m. o r y
for war crimes. I said he would fly to losses. FOR YOUR FIRST OF THE

For 17H years he has beenIn ,Washington next Wednesday to 'Holland's record shows that
the Allied War Crimes Prison appear before the House Ju- he has been conveniently ableto INVITATION
in the Berlin suburb of Spandau.'diciary Committee. He said he forget the people for 18 years WEEK SHOPPING !
An officer who saw him recently -had received an invitation to:-while' remembering to serve Y"
says: express his views from the the big special Interests," to
"Hess looks every day of his chairman _of the committee Odham exhibited photostatic
Rep. Emanuel Celler D-N.Y. copies of a letter dated last

age."His skin is deeply wrinkled.Hi. nesses.Kynes will be one of 80 wit- March told 9 In a Miami which he union said leader Holland GLORIOUS LIVING! FLA. or GA.FinR.

dark, glaring eyes are deep
ly sunken. I He and his opponent for the that he'could not support a bll
by Sen. Wayne Morse D One.,
Democratic attorney general in your own beautiful lakefront
"His thick eyebrows are bushIer -'nomination Earl Faircloth of to bring DuPont under the Bank
than ever but now gray. apartment directly on Lob Porker!
Miami were here for a television '
He Looks Strange appearance. :

"He looks a strange sight as Experience Hit ELECT INSPECT ami
he shambles around In an old
Faircloth said that, unless a
German army sklcap and a long strong and experienced lawyeris JOSEPH F. COIIIPARELAKLMDHARB9UIt
military overcoat that flap
elected attorney generalmany ,
around his ankles.
of the state's laws
"His mental state has not be written in Washington Instead -I QTR. LEGS or BREASTS
improved- with the -years. of Tallahassee.
"Some nights he howls like a 'Because' of a lack of leadership tON 00 MI
wolf in his cell. a reapportionment format; a
"The soldiers on guard can may well be written in Washington COMMISSIONERDISTRICT (
hear him plainly and sometime ," he said Plumrote Canned r,
Acclaimed 01 tho outttandina. example of luiurloui apartmontlivinf
they get so fed up with It that Faircloth said "Kynes has 5 ( In on. of tho finest locotioni In all florldol Canadian
they howl back at him." been out of law school only I**""? LB
Hess and two other convictedwar about nine years and he has BACON
Gorgeous 1 & 2 Bedroom Lakefront Apartments1,1l 4a1
criminals are the only oc- been in active practice of law I r
cupants of the prison built to only 'little more than three 2 Baths J-)

hold 600 inmates. The prison is years. We don't need a legal < Central Air Conditioning & H..tl..., All-aloctrl CI equipment Con
guarded in rotation by American Intern to be Florida's chief legal e o, Or appliancei. Spacious roomi, (.......,. clo..... Safety-de-
Russian, British andFrench officer," ligntd bthi.
troops. This month It Is LADY FAIR Swtetmilk or Buttermilk
Recreation Facilities
the American turn
company of military police at Launch Hoattd Pool faking Or boat dock, putting snail, ihuffloooard,
the jail. Soviets Rcrtian Cantor with meeting & card rooms \

The military guard originally
was posted to prevent any at. 29th SputnikMOSCOW CON-DO-MIN-IUM ownership: Deed t Title Policyto .BISCUITS.

tempt by Germans to rescue every apartment. }

their former leaders. (AP) The 29th
Others Out In 1981 sputnik in a series announced as From 9,950..d $45' per month
Intended to check radiation
The other Inmate. are Baldurvon was MODEL APARTMENT charmingly' furnished by MATHER ..ilak.la.d 6 39'
sent up by the Soviet Union ...... .....
Schlrach, the former leader open ".ry day, 10 t* 6 p .
Saturday'and began radioing
of the Hitler Youth, 57, and back data, Tass news agency I ,
Albert Speer Nazi munitions reported.The 1600 Lake Parker Drive, West LYKESSALAMI
minister 59. Both complete 20- official agency said Cosmos Phone: 686-5191
year terms In 1966. -29 was orbiting the earth OR CHILI with
Hess is In for life. Nuernbergrules every 89.52 minutes from a high
require sentences to be Sedmera Believes: Turn North from Memorial Blvd.' point of 192 miles to a low pointof OLIVE LOAF
served in full others Uk Shore Drlvo, 200' west *l Holiday Inn.
although 127 miles. Its night path Is Imperial Polk Ceunty'i future
have been prematurely released inclined at an angle of 65 degrees -"Con bo .oe.... t* non. SALES AGENT HAUGER REALTY I BEANS
from Spandau because of ill 4 minutes to the Equator. lOc
property plannid. A..oth.r superb w.torfront C..40",1..1. .p."" '" 6-oz. -
health. Its radio is broadcasting on a lIov.I..t by Inlna Z. Mans 6' Auocia.s .
The Western powers would frequency 19.999 Ii'll......A....y J.f....._* I :
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But the Soviet have blocked all 4z
moves to grant clemency to the .

three When men.Hess explodes into 'one [K]] HI Shorty PALMER '

of his rages, Speer and Von ) .. TWIN PET
Schlrach try to calm him down. .
"Pull yourself together," they
hiss at him In defiance of the '

no-talking rule. [ ; DOG FOOD
Hess has no visitors, although ,
allowed one 30-minute visit a :
month. He says he won't see his
wife and son until lie Is in bet- I
ter circumstances.He .
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writes regularly to them, TALL WITH
however, Mrs. Hess says. --S FOOD
Hess astounded the world by S ORDER
parachuting out of a fighter CAN
plane over Scotland May 10,

1941.The R
British said Hess an-
nounced he had come on a
"mission of humanity" He FYNE.WRAP
wanted to persuade the British
they had lost the war and r- a ,
should make peace with Nazi WAX

Hitler was enraged and dls *
owned his favorite. The Nazi r. 14 .4 \
laid Hess had become "the victim PAPER
of hallucinations." FreshYELLOW '
At Nurenberg, Hess was con al
vlcted of plotting against peace ars"Shorty"
and of planning, inciting and GLOBE '' lIMIT.2ONIONS
w 100 FTROLL
carrying through aggressive .': 15' WITH
war.At his trial Hess said he con f:,( -: : ORDER
sldered Hitler "the greatest son
produced by the German people
In 1,000 years."
There Is no indication he has

changed this view.Unconscious. 3 19 r (!)

:, Palmer and Family

Man Loft to rlghtt Sooted Mr. 'Palmar Mr, Palma, Mil Gail Holmot us ii '"
(daughter). S.otd *n floor I Cheryl Harvard and Cathy Palmer.In fe
Killed By Auto won M... Goorga W. Horvrd (CII..sht.rl), lorry Palma' Slav FRESH RED RIPE ", t 'f.,
Harvard Pranklyn Palmer (ton), Jaff Palmar' and Kallay Ho",,". Nat "
TALLAHASSEE (AP- Lying ihowni Richard '.1....., ((10..1 U. S. Navy duty
unconscious on a highway, Ben '
jamin Bryant 33, of Tallahassee
was run over by a car today and

aid The the Florida car was Highway driven by Patrol Mary H. L. "Shorty" Palmer will: "

Wilcox Dlnkins of White Springs.,
No charges were placed again
her.The I .,',:, r Get the job done all year long, every year
Leon County Sheriffs office -
laid the accident occurred C Continually promote, with the cooperation of the 2

east of here on U.S. 90. I various news media, the need to be registered.

r Keep your registration lists up-to-date and readily, available.

'. Work for legislation to permit re-registration by mail. CONS C ,,

Work to have voting age lowered to 18 years of age. FRESH LEAFY GREENCABBAGE

T 9'A 1 Be a FULL.Time Supervisor of Registration ;'

I Not use the office for "political" purposes.


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Brian porter Edwards, three and on.-half, Steven Jay Hanifan, two-week.old son of Mr and Mrs. Martin Harban, 1738 Kathleen of Mr, and Mrs. James F. Slappey, 726
month-old son of Mr and Mrs. A. T. Ed. Mr and Mrs. George M. Hanifan, 1137 W. Rood. Lorn Ave.
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By LOWIS CARLTON good buy, because of high vol. their season. And prices will way, but slightly less time for Red Bliss potatoes with Jackets ways, she makes them go far just one good celery recipe strawberries dash mixed of with salt, one one
be I beans Use small ther. . for a vacation visit to the cup sugar, a
TALLAHASSEE After a ume production.And lower than last year snap because they are on. ones tablespoon each of lemon juice
Slow itart because of unfavorable there's an exciting new Today's pole beans are more smaller. Cook whole or break creamed, parsleyed. or teamed Cooking Up Americana. and almond extract. Turn into
recipe contest underway, offering tender, have less strings into small pieces. Never soak with Florida green beans. i. Try tomatoes stewed Extra Added Attractions and
weather In January and a prize for the best There Is a good reason. Early them. If necessary string Cook large ones in casserole with onions ; stuffed with April la eagerly awaited by two freeze refrigerator without stirring trays for two
February, spring crops are Florida celery recipe.Vegetablel harvesting yields beans washed beans then drop into dishes, mashed fried or baked. bread crumbs and baked; vegetable lovers, because it hours.

new coming In abundantly. In Season that are still large In size, hut boiling salted water; cook until Cucumbers sliced (while green) and fried; brings many different kinds of . Another cooling dessert
Best buys include pole beans, Held back by cold weather also superbly tender, almost tender, letting water evap Tenders r II p, thin-skinned blended Into tomato Juice with vegetables at seasonal prices. top fresh sweetened
celery, Red Bliss and white early In the year, pole beans strlngless. orate as beans get done. cucumbers vill be Increasing celery and a bit of onion; com- Many homemakers take ad. strawberries and pineapple
potatoes, tomatoes, yellow l are coming to market now- Brush-type green beans are In the Old South green In volume this month to reach bined with cheese in souffle. vantage of nature's abundanceto chunks with plneaple sherbet.

crookneck squash, timbers.: excellent quality, large, tender also coming in, but not as beans were cooked slowly two their season's peak in April Cook tomatoes Creole stock their freezers or do . On hot waffles, serve
Fresh Florida eggs remain a green beans. This Is peak of abundantly as the pole beam. to three hours using /i poundof and May. Florida's balmy style with eggplant Or try a some canning. a sauce of one quart sweetened
t Florida's green beans ere salt pork to each quart of skies and sunshine help to Southern-style tomato dish byKOP Cabbage .Is still very plentiful strawberries mixed with

PhIia..t oNn._.., MrIV shipped to the Southeast mid. beans. Beans were covered produce a crop that supplies although not as heavy in hard sauce.
west, and even the far west. with boiling water, boile4 until 70 percent of the nation' supply as in some years. %.cup. Fill tart shells with
needs In the winter and spring their
limes starting
Cooking Tips only one cup of water remained Fresh are cream cheese, softened with
. Cook pole beans and and beans were ten- months! climb to season's peak In May. On place whole
This year the quality la- Exciting things are predicted cream. top
snap beans much the same der. They maintained that sweetened strawberries. Mash
Permanent Darkener rapid boiling broke beans good- firm-textured cucumbers for sweet corn I The sup-
that slice beautifully. and strain V4 pint of berries,
.is be the best
ply expected
"r.5 made them stringy. So and Itf
stir in % sugar
"" Cucumbers make the best cup
FOR LASHES AND BROWS each cook can take her choiceof the prices the lowest In year tablespoons cornstarch; cook
t method. pickles I Whole dills sweet during Mayl! Eggplant is withus
cooking stirring, until thick.
spiced baby gherkins crisp
In April. Also escarole
. Saute green beans with ened. Cool and pour over
OktiNfMIIisf Ice box pickles dills with garlic and endive, though slightlyless
mushrooms. Give them a Chill. Serve
Kosher dills are just a few. abundant this Ditto -
sprinkle of herbs such as year. of cream.
with dollop whipped
+ There a quick way to lettuce.
;.frlMMlnN.aka.rreasIl.law. r chives, basil, thyme or pan. make pickles . salt cucum- And there are radishes . Add dozens of other delightful
ley. Ideas Strawberry Bavarian
., k w., Ilak . Drop In a teaspoon of ben with vinegar overnight and then spices combine the sauteeing In butter in an Iron Southern peas, and bunched Strawberry: Chiffon
skillet an onion, okra, peeled vegetables. .
dill seed and a sliced onion Strawberry-Filled Angel
next day. To make five plnU Pie
tomatoes cut in quarters and More good news: The com
during cooking, add butter be- Food Cake. Frozen Strawberry
of sweet pickles six cucumbers
lime Is expected to
one cup whole kernel corn. ing crop
fore serving. and 6 onions Salad Strawberry Ice Cream
; . Give tomatoes new zest be a tip-topper, one of the
Turn hot cooked beans Rhubarb
Shake, Strawberry
sprinkle with V4 cup salt; let
best Season is June-
Q. by adding cheese these : ever.
rich In sauce; way.
sour cream stand overnight. Next day, Pie Strawberry Omelet
Mate tomatoes with Mozzarella July-August.
sprinkle with paprika. drain, rinse with cold water . Yes, you can freeze
With ham bone as a and drain again. Combineone for pizza; mix with ground strawberries! Discard Imperfect

base, make soup with green pound sugar one quart beef, macaroni, onions and. berries wash stem and
beans, onions potatoes, light cider vinegar, J% teaspoon turmeric chopped. green pepper in a dinner M1 drain. Pack in heavy syrup
cream and butter. Season '4 teaspoon cayenne time casserole topped made with 4% cups sugar to
with allspice parsley and pepper (optional), 4 teaspoon with grated sharp cheese. quart of boiling water. Stir
dried summer savory white mustard seeds 1 tea . Or make Tomatoes An till dissolved; do not heat;
. As a dressing for beans spoon celery seeds. Mix with Gratin New England style chill well. Allow % cup to 1
sauteed In % cup butter until cucumbers and onions; simmer Cover the bottom of a casserole cup syrup to pint of berries.
brown. Or canned hot creamof 20 minutes and pack into with bread crumbs. Adda ,f r Pour cooled syrup over berries
i mushroom soup, thinned hot sterilized Jars; seal. layer of sliced tomatoes, seal in airtight freezer
I with milk. Or sauteed bacon . Make a cool green salt and pepper; cover with containers and store,

t 0" mixed with chopped onion. Or salad mold by combining unflavored grated American cheese. Bake Citrus
simply sprinkle liberally with gelatin, green food in 300 degree oven* about 20 Golden Florida grapefruit

grated sharp cheese. color, chopped celery, green minutes, till cheese melts. both pink and white-meated

., t1A : . Top quality green beans onions, radishes; lemon Juice . Garnish breakfast eggs Fruits In Season varieties are still in good supply -
a freeze well. Simply wash, and vinegar. Crunchy good! with crimson tomato slices, for weeks although the season peak
scald in boiling water 3>/4 min . Or combine chopped add sizzling little sausage Bargain-priced red Florida has passed.
juicy straw
utes, chill drain and freezein cucumbers with crushed pine- links. Or place a slice of to past berries will be plentiful until Sweet, juicy Florida orangescan
air-tight freezer containers. apple, lime gelatin, salt and mato in buttered muffin cups, be found on produce
will disappear
mid-April. Then they
Work quickly for best results. lemon Juice in molded salad, break egg on top. Salt and from counters counters, with Valencies in
to serve. with mayonnaise. pepper the egg: add bits of until the following December. best supply
TomatoesThe butter. Bake in 350 degree Of frozen
oven course, concentrate -
The size has been large; the
biggest vegetable crop 13 minutes. Serve hot on made with Florida grape-
quality season.
In Florida tomatoes grown in toast with crisp bacon. fruit oranges, tangerines
One of the few crops that has
1961 totaled over 662 million Prize Offered for Celery RecipesThe resisted mechanization, the limes and lemons, can be obtained
pounds. And this year, the Florida Celery Advisory berries are hand-picked, at food markets
harvest Is greater than the Committee offers a prize of a packed Into Ice and rushed to throughout the year.
1962-63 season. Best prices week's stay at the Americana
markets In the North and East.
\ should come late in April Hotel at Miami Beach or New Cooking Tips

d We have the Juicy red tomato York, for the best recipe using . There is still time to

..tj crop from November until Florida, Celery. make a freezer full of home
aJ ; a. June with most tomatoes Recipes may contain any made strawberry Ice cream,
r reaching markets from February amount of celery but the recipe full of pure cream and fresh
through May. must be an original one. fruit flavor

Quality is good this year, but It should be mailed no later , For vanilla Ice cream,
Potatoes White because of cold weather a couple than May 15 to: Florida Celery try a Strawberry Mint Sauce,
From December until mid. of months ago, the tomatoes Contest Editor P.O. Box made by stirring V4 teaspoon ,
June Florida produces some are medium sized, rather 6787, Orlando Fla. peppermint extract into one
581 million pounds of potatoes than extra large. Surveys Contest is nation-wide. En- cup sweetened sliced straw
j r'N -both white and Red Bliss show the American housewife try blanks will be at produce berries. Chill before serving.

varieties In the Hastingsarea actually prefers the smaller counters, under banners or . Win raves from the
cold weather has delayed tomato, finding It easier to posters announcing the con family with Strawberry
the white potato crop. plan portions for the family; Mousse. Whip two cups heavy
But in south Florida, the and by using tomatoes many test.No box tops needed . cream, fold In one cup crushed .. r
weather has been warm and
; sunny, and the Red Bliss potatoes "
are coming In on sched Florida Dairy Princess Contest Slated June 20

ule. Production in both areas

is now high, which means ORLANDO- Plans are underway at least a part of his 'Income The winner will be the recipient cago to compete In the national
good prices for the grocery for the 1965 Florida from same); or the contest : of a free cruise trip to American Dairy Princess

Qua'it\l' in shopper.Florida potatoes are great Dairy Princess contest.. Joan ant 4-H herself Club must dairy have husbandry had a Nassau for two and go to Chi. Contest.

favorites in the midwest and Gossett of Okeechobee, 1964 project.

west, even in faraway Ore princess will relinquish her Other requirements are: :

gon. title to the new princess at the must be a high school graduate -
Cooking Tips annual Florida contest June 20 ; be available for personal
. Boil potatoes unpeeledand at the Cherry Plaza Hotel.
( appearances during the year, ,
lose only 3 percentof
you Deadline for .
the mineral and 1 percentof entering the commencing June 1964, ending
contest is May 31. To enter a June 1965 If selected Flor-
the protein-or bake themin
their Jackets and retain young woman must be at least ida Princess; if under 21, present Jx
I practically all the nutrients. 18 years of age by June L signed statement of con-

. To make Cottage Fried 1964 and not be over 23 yearsof sent to enter the contest by her ,
'0" '', Potatoes, boil potatoes without age the same date; not be, parents or guardian must be ia.
;( peeling, then remove skins, or ever have been married; willing to sign photographic releases -
slice and fry In bacon fat until resident of Florida; have some for publicity purposes;
Hi HoCome brown and crisp. Season dairy background (meaning and submit recent picture .
with salt and pepper; serve her father must have been a along with application, not returnable
hot. dairy farmer, or worked on a black and white

to the Joyce CornerIt's , Add variations: Cookedas dairy farm and have derived glossy print. = t

above but diced, they are rrd
Hashed Brown Potatoes; add Fred Nicholses Are
thinly sliced onions to have
FAIR-ly obvious this fresh new ensemble by Lyonnalse Potatoes.

. Sprinkle hot cooked Honorees At DinnerMr.
Quality Hill Is a winner (going away French Fries with onion salt

paprika and grated 0 Parmesan and Mrs. Fred R. Nichols Mrs. Youngblood, and their
"Not exhausted by labor or exertion" Is this crisp, smart, cheese.
son-in-law and Mr.
315 N. Gilmore were honored daughter
sleeveless suit of easy core Arnel triacetate/rayon. Separate . Dip sliced potatoes In by their son-in-law and and Mrs. O. J. Simmons all of
salad oil, place one layer deepon
overblouse In lovely white Dacron polyester/cotton Oxford broiler rack season and daughter Mr and Mrs. RoyallH. Plant City Mr. Williams of

weave. Sparkling colors of gray, blue and summer gold. broil until golden brown, then Cox Jr. of St. Petersburg Gainesville, the Rev. Mr. Mil-
at a dinner party last night at ler and Mrs. Nichols Jr.
turn to complete cooking.
Rolande and Pierre Restau- Mr. and Mrs. Nichols have
. Make Potato Fritters .
the Irish way. Rub % poundof rant In St. Petersburg.The 13 grandchildren. They were
cooked white potatoes honored couple, who will married on May 4, 1914 in
through a sieve. Beat two egg mark their 50th wedding anniversary Bartow and have lived In
whites stiff but not dry. Melt on May 4, were hon Lakeland since that time. He t
2 tablespoons butter, add ored on the occasion last night Is employed by Florida Favor-

sieved potato salt and pepper, because their children were Its Fertilizer, Inc.

pinch of nutmeg, one beaten able to attend. Delayed HoneymoonThe
'i' egg yolk. Mix together all but Children Nicholses plan a delayed
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l} ra 219 lemon lakeland smoking hot fat; cook until who is on the staff of Appalachian with his parents a year before

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_. *m Florida Feature Music, Song


OLIVI STOUT SYKES. &..I... w_..'. Ultw Florida Southern College lege's observance will be the a soloist with the reading
students will observe National annual American Music r band.

'The Good Old Music Week May MO, by taking concert to be presented by e 7 All events are open to the

Days'I I final exams This week, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity .public
however, will be filled with this afternoon at 3 M'r
music and song, for the observance o'clock in the Annie Pfeiffer
When I hear the young people of today bemoaning the fact that there's of Music Week has Chapel. The women's music

nothing for them to do and nowhere to go, I'm reminded of my young years been updated on campus to chapter, a petitioning group of

when we found things to do and places to go- on our own initiative. There were avoid conflicting with the Delta Omicron, will participate -

no teen clubs then, nor tests. In the program.

tennis, courts (except on moaning their I lot Opera In Berlin, according to The first event of the col. Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock

private estates),nor swimming "there's nothing to do," it Madame Roselle, who said,

pools; nor nightclubs just might be that I'm not "1 was commissioned in 1932 COLLEGE NEWS MADAME PROFESSOR PROFESSOR DOCTOR

for teenagers, nor as sympathetic as I mightbe by the Philadelphia Grand ROSELLE SPIVEYthe BRIERLEY ANDERSON

even cars (only a few). if I'd been raised Opera Company; Leopold Sto- With A Southern AccentBy voice students of Mme. of Dr. Kenneth Anderson. The

But we had our yards differently. kowskl was chosen as conductor Anne Roselle will be present. program will be presented In

for playing ring around e e and I was engaged to sing ed In recital at Annie Pfeiffer the Branscomb Memorial
the rosle, and drop the the leading role with that UNDA LEE RAY Chester Dissinger Jr., Clifford chapel. Prof. William Spivey Auditorium Friday at TM5p :

handkerchief, our trees Come Wednesday, Lakeland company in Philadelphia and Campus Correspondent Kent Derell T. Ellerbe. Mary will accompany the singers. .m. Professor Spivey will be
for climbing and roostingand en Mrs William W. Chase, In the Metropolitan Opera Graduation is set May 11 for Sue Tlsdale, William R. Fan- An organ recital by the students I .
Mrs. Robert N. Cline and 195 seniors pending the out' nln Jr., Robert J, Williams, of Prof. Thomas Brier-
dreaming in House in New York.
our Miss Helen Ballenger, will come of this semester's work. Eric D. Kennedy and NancyS. ley is planned Wednesday at'
front porches to gatheron take off by car for Atlanta, "We had 39 rehearsals for Ceremonies will be held in the Field. 8:15-p.m.: In the chapel.

and porch swing to where they'll join former this work, among them 12 Branscomb Memorial Audi- Dr. Theodore A. Ashford of Climaxing the early observance

swing in, and our parlorsto Lakelanders, Mrs. Gee r.e highly expensive orchestral torium. the University of South Florida of National Music Week KAYVV'INDSOR

learn to dance in, and Sanders of Fort Myers, Mrs. ,rehearsals. The preparationand Thirteen of spoke. He Is the authorof will be the joint band concert
our kitchens to make Robert Zenner of Orlando, production of this operaIs
Prof. WilliamH. the text book "From Atomsto presented by the Florida Southern
fudge in, and ,our pianoto Mrs. Geyte McCord of Tallahassee among my many most be- Splvey's Stars," currently being College Concert Band and
and cherished
sing around on Sunday and Mrs. Carl Balllett loved memo music students used by FSC students. the FSC-Lakeland ReadingBand
of Atlanta. ories. It was a stupendous
nights. were presented Write Letters both under the direction
We had our movies to These gals, all former class. success, with an extra train In recital in Miss Mollys have been se
running Into Philadelphia for
mates and Kappa Deltas at the Annie lected for this year. A Miss
walk to afternoons
on Saturday the occasion. The critics Music
Florida State whenit gave Tuesday
University (
Pfeiffer Chap. Molly is an upperclassman
and watch the the performance fabulous no
was Florida State CollegeFor el. Among the who Is picked by Women's
latest film in the "Perilsof tices. Plans
Women) will be the house- Polk County Student Government to write Special
Pauline, and our guests for a week In the mountain Madame Roselle continuedher students par. letters to the incoming fresh

studying to do on weeknights home in Cloudland, Ga., reminiscences I "That ticipating were men girls during the summer. Presentation"The a
of Mrs Robert Thompson of spring when I went to Viennato Robert Kellyof LINDA The letters will welcome the *

Mostly, We Walked Tampa, the former Miss fill my engagements In the Bartow, Thomas Hand of girls, tell them about their Material of Contemporary e

When we learned to Peggy McMlchaeL Vienna State Opera Alban Lakeland and Robert Kopp of college, and answer any ques- Music" will be the pl'Oogram ,
dance we joined the rest After a fun week that the Berg received me in regal Haines City tions they may have. theme of the Tuesday \' ,'
girls have been planning for manner The Bergs and I soon Music Club meeting Tuesdayat \
of the Fort Myers crowd Three Lakeland youngstersalso Four Lakelanders were
became close friends. 10 a.m. at the clubhouse.
that walked to the pieron years, Jo, Dottle and Helenwill very took part In the recital. among those chosen. They are e
return to their homes Alas, our friendship ended in Members participating in the fs
the CaloosahatcheeRiver They were Linda Varn, Nich- Earleana Alexander, Aleta
here. 1935 when he passed musical will bet i
away on program
ola De Ramos and Susan De Brown, Patricia Yvonne Nev.
and danced from "
Dec. 24. Mrs. Harry Cannon Jr., Mrs.
,8 'til midnight and walk. ., S e Ramos In and Sharlene O'Donlel.
The gracious former P. D. Stephens, Mrs. Frank
opera Former StudentA Glenda Bozeman of Haines'City
ed home again. That is, Troy 11110 nand Mrs Pete
An Invitation that arrived In singer described Berg as "an
former FSC Dr also was
we walked if we weren'tlucky graduate, Clyatt. Mme, Anne Roselle, \
the mail to attend the Fourth unusual figure of a man. His
M. Kutcher returned Tau Epsilon recently
Ray Kappa
enough to be offer International Press Christmas kindness and humor were ir guest soloist, and a percussion
Initiated 11 members.
campus last week as a lecturer new
ed a ride In one of the Party Dec. 10 through 13 in resistible. Despite all his international combo from the Casswln Studios -
Dr. Kutcher spoke to William R. Fannin Jr., DavidJ
few cars owned by some Las Vegas, Nev., brings to successes and honors biology and chemistry majors.He Forthofer and Grover C. will be featured.At .
of our "richer" friends in mind what a Lakelander told he remained a simple the business session, annual
of Lakeland
Is head of the biology department Freeman were
our town of about 5,000 me about scheming to break and modest man who loved reports will be given by
of South Med
the bank that well-known Jersey Mrs. T. E. Blount president;
population. his work and lived for it up to
ical Research Foundation Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority
and Mrs. Ellen Meharg, treas
Said she, husband "
place. "my his !sat breath of life.
Many a night we walked Camden, N.J. recently pledged Linda Lee urer. Convention highlights
just loved to shoot dice, and
home in our bare feet, we used to go there on little Madame Roselle has gotten The chemistry departmentheld Ray of Winter Haven. Nancy will be given by Mrs. Blount
carrying our shoes in our vacations from our home in the composition out and is its annual, banquet last Walner and Genie Vandiver and Mrs. Glenn Marshall will rr'r

hands. Mother, too. California. Well, he always rehearsing nostalgically for week with awards going to Hooks, Lakeland, are memo report on activities during National

Sunday afternoons, af would have a big winning her performance Tuesday, eight Lakelanders. They are bers of the sorority. Music Week. ,

ter we had gone to Sun streak at first and he'd hand 5. Mrs. Glenn Morrison, national

day School and Churchat over a big bag of chips of all "The social of Deadlines Are Guidelines i I corresponding secretary -
maturity a
will Install the 1964-63
denominations to me to hold I II
little St. Luke'sEpiscopal
our nation Is judged by its attitude -
officers all of whom have
for him while be continued to
Church which shoot dice. and behavior" toward its Read 'Em But Don't WeepWith been re-elected. Appointed officers .
kitty-cornered across older adults laid Mrs Dexter to be Installed are Mrs.
the "I decided that I'd just haveto Otis Arnold, president of I
street from 22 Anderson E. N. Llghtfoot, historian and
Avenue where find a way to keep some of the General Federation ofWomen' the publication of TheLedger's not later than noon the preced-
VIe Mrs. A B. Cook, parliamentarian. -
lived, were most fun of that money before he started Clubs, In suggesting Saturday morning ing Monday. A wedding must .
losing it, because he ,always that the 13,500 clubs in the edition, beginning March 28, have taken place on the preceding will be Mrs. Ervln '
all The would, gather Jacket Dress
gang would lose It before he'd quit In
Federation observe SeniorCitizens' deadlines for the Saturday to appear a
Mrs. M. K. ,
af somebody's home P. Ray, Sharp
-and said she
Month In May. are as follows: Sunday edition.
pages Mrs. T. L. Hodson, Mrs. J, T,
andu'd talk and laugh you Just can't win at gam. "The theme of the month Engagement and wedding Friday weddings will be pub- Homey Mrs. G. H. Wallace For TravelOr \

and wait expectantly for bling." will be 'Opportunities for Old stories for a Saturday or Sunday lished In the Saturday edition and Mrs. Joseph Huntley
one of the boys to drive Her method? She'd cash In er Americans' and here In edition must be received immediately following. For Guests will be admitted upon Career
by il'his family's car. some of those $50 chips and America with our constantly publication In a weekday edition payment of a small fee \'
When he stopped, as her tuck the bills away and he'd growing older population we Monday through Saturday "'' Dressed up and Ready toGo 1

usually did, we'd all dive never know the difference, should not waste the talentsof Dining Out wedding and engagement I, 'efress' and '
"sometimes I'd ,save elders but stress that be received two Jaunty
in and for a ride of and our stories must
the length of time allotted enough to pay for the vacation ability Is ageless. More CostlyGAINESVILLE days prior to the desired publication pictureframing II '. jacket has Its own whIte

r him by his family, return- ," she bragged. Continued Mrs. Arnold I date. Ii ; way In an easy care blend I'II

ing to our porch when it "He Just loved to gamble," "There can be no greater The groceries All other news Items for the : of 50% Fortrel poly-
achievement or more satisfying Sunday edition must be received
said she. buy probably won'tcoat
was time for him to go reward than to exerciseour you by noon the preceding esrer/50% Avrll rayon
this but eatingout
. more year
home, maybe stopping en stewardship of influence will, predicts Dr. Ralph A. Wednesday, Those for the Sat ',.' Blue, ton, green, with

route for ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Buford H. In (1)I the promotion of a Eastwood, marketing economist urday edition must be turnedin MATS t '. \ .> white. Sizes 1020.r ,

We Picked Violets Carr and family, 812 W. Em- climate for creative maturityand Florida Agricultural Extension by the preceding Thursdaynoon.
Some Sundays we ma St., attended graduationrites (2) to participate In action Service. This Includes church NON.GLAREPORTRAIT 17.98
of Flo. programs that will Insure news, which In the future will ,
at the University
wild violets in the Dr. Eastwood points out that
picked the lifelong self-respect, Inde- rather
rids last Sunday, at which be published Saturday GLASS
since 1953 the cost of eat
woodsy areas around our their son Richard Erwin, received pendence and purpose of all ever than Friday.
town, or picked wild his bachelor's degreein our citizens, regardless of age ing away from home has Increased News Items to'appear In a

, thistles and made powder tfhemlcal I engineering. "At all stages of life we at about two and one- weekday edition must be received Ashe Photo

puffs, or went down to Amqtig the honors Richard re- need a 'tomorrow,' goals to half per cent a year. by noon the day pre. .
the River to swing on the ceived during his years at the strive for and activities that The total expenditures for ceding desired publicationdate
tall bamboo stalks, and in University was that of being go on. Ever necessary In living food are expected to gain by except for the Saturday Service ;
Is a plan a task and slightly more than three per rp
of the
the summertime, chosen vice president edition which deadline Is
He was freedom. Here we have a cent this year. Beef and poultry 1049 South Florida
Society for
perhaps would have a Engineering Thursday noon. Deadline (
date with a boy 'with a also selected to be one of unique opportunity to build products are up In supply the Monday edition of The 688.1321 ffi
and Into the
three delegates to attend the meaning purpose Supplies of red meats other
car we'd gather a gang Including Ledger is Friday noon.
national convention of chemical lives of older citizens, than beef are below last year. I
and drive to Punta Rassa engineers held In Raleigh, our own members." During 1963 the per capita ]1 ORIGINAL/ I
and jump and dive off the of broiler-fryera
N.C., lut fall. S55 consumption
boat docks to swim in the reached a record high of 30.6 CoNNiE
Richard and his wife, Bar
TO THINK UPON "That says .
Gulf of Mexico takingour :
bara will make their homein pounds. People ate an aver
constant desire of pleasing, 1 ,
chances with Cincinnati, whore Richard which is the peculiar qualityof age of eight less eggs this year

sharks that also swam in has accepted a job In the tech some, rosy be called the than last year, or a total of Heels
those waters. nical division of Proctor and happiest of all desires In this, 318 each. The 1963 per capita Our Stack

And then there was Gamble, Inc.Another that It scarcely ever falls of consumption of milk In termsof s

Aunt Seline's (she was a son, Donald Ray attaining its ends, when not milk and dairy products was "Guarantees Superb fit and Comfort7'
tiny white-haired Negro' will receive his B. S. degree disgraced by affectation." close to the 1962 figure of 636

who with her husbandran in education at Florida Southern Fielding. __pounds. __ __
an oyster place at College May II.

Punta Rassa). She fried .5.

the best oysters and Ar oN rtr
attend- 99.9A
Last weekend while r
french fries anybody ever
ing the spring meeting of the
ate, and we'd stop there Florida Women's Press Clubat :

and eat our fill of them, the Jack Tar Hotel I shareda

the boys making bets as new experience with our TO c Whipped
to who could eat the most. club president Polly Henry of

We Skated, Too the Tampa Times news staff. '> WHITE Cream \ :

And for some years we We arrived at the garage entrance f r 1 BONE

had enclosed skating parked my car and Favorite .
invited to step a
rinks and the whole town were ,
closed circuit television booth. VII, you can poy more
skated. Our mothers and t
We accepted, stepped in and
dads and brothers and stepped on a black mat on \ ,/ but you won't rectlve any Prospects are de.

sisters, everybody. And the floor in front of a TV set 1 hw more quality, flexibility, lightful for R&K'sno
there were many broken and were greeted by "Good
comfort fuss
softness Or muss no
arms among the older afternoon ladies, welcome to
generation, too. But no- the Jack Tar." We answeredin ) ' then ourCONNIE Dacron polyester

body seemed to mind this kind and were told by the n STACKS textured crepe A

very much either, and gentleman to whom we listened resort favorite now t i
and who we saw on our
when the broken .
. on In town
healed those who had television screen that he Yet, will bock It ., choice later. Superbly .
suffered them would be would send registration r. lu Advertised: In .

back on the rink floor, down In a pneumatic tube and up with e 10 DAY cut bodice above McCaU'l
we were to register on them I
skating a bit more care FREE TRIAL! After a gracefully box-
and return them by tube. 1
fully, perhaps. We did; our key came downin 10 days, If not id, pleated skirt. Expresses I
Fort Myers was a danc- the same tube then a bellboy HOLLYWOOD you natural I
totitfied, return them, and
ing town, too, and a week appeared (not through f .w 'ly. y' .

never passed without a the tube) and showed us to Mere ounces of flattery for your figure! HVs new "Cloud we'll gladly give your money 19.88 ::,..,_ :

dance being held. All we our suite. Cup" it not a padded bra. Iff a delightful Dacron.cotton bockA"CONNIE" .
needed was a piano and a We registered by closed circuit blend with Cloud.soft lining of Dacron fill floated betweenlayers ,

person to play it, and television; now isn't that tricot. A bra to softly round and
And usual- something? of quilted nylon on your feet Is truly a friend indeedll t!
maybe drums. shape you, style 190 AA30.36,2.50; AB32 36,3.00. III
ly our Negro friends, DRESSES ;

would be enlisted for this OPEN MON.-FRI. SECOND FLOOR ,
When Mme. Anne Roselle of = :
S/yM ,
chore. The boys would the Florida Southern College 'TIL 9 P.M. l .

load a piano into the backof music faculty sings on the :
a truck and take it to of the Tuesday Mu.

the pier, and haul it home program sic Club next Tuesday morning 8nrk I

again afterward. she will sing excerpts # SPilt(!. I

Nothing was too n.uch from the opera "Wozzek" Avers e/hal oes 3 Roan of (oskien liZik1eiS1>
trouble in those days, with which she has fond memo I :
Just fun. And always ories. Madame Roselle wasa 3 Aoen of fns O" r

there were our homes to close friend of Its composer. 211 fess Moia ..,to/oItcI./ nos .

gather in ! the late Albaa Berg of Vienna. 211 Lest Alain . loktlanif' its. 211 lad Mfl. ...U"''''''' fie. JII J
So when II "Wozzek," was given In its

I tear the young folk be entirety In 1923 in the State 1e



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I Woman Who/ Has- Lost Over 700 Pounds eLLs// Secret Of HeBy r Dieting Success !

Include watching television Mrs Ma.
NANCY BROWER dieting and has shed 110 weighs about 190 and il is determined when I was about 10 years weight and 1've battled it Mrs Mason eats Just two A typical breakfast tomato might Juice son may sip I low-calorie cola
Women's Staff Writer pounds. She says she has list to lose' 60 more old, I was a skinny child. Dun ever since but never. successfully meals a day and not a bite citrus or witha to which she hat added a dashof
touise Mason estimates she these pounds once and for all pound. ing my teens I began to gain until now, between breakfast and dinner.fEltkr one egg (not of fried margarine) and lemon juice to counteractthe
must have lost a thousand and Intends to keep on dieting smidgen
sweet taste of the
Secret Of Success .. artificial sweetener sac-
coffee wlfh
pounds during the 20 yean until she has reduced to her ..". -J l charlne Ii*
The secret of her success, Her diet forbids ,any-
she has
worked at Florida Na Ideal weight of 130-I1J pounds. the PBX.cpera.toh
For con.
tional Bank. The sad part In Before she began dieting In acmrding to the dieter, was i n thing made with cane sugaror ventlon 'In TaJIahassete this
that she gained them all back, earnest last October, Mrs making up her mind to stick syrup but permits honeyas weekend. Mrs Mason bought
to her diet. Doing this Is half a sweetener
Now Mrs Mason has learn- Mason
weighed slightly more iA
r new dress I size
the battle," she says, "The She eats no lunch and uses a stylish
ed .
the of
secret successful than 300 piunds Now she
-. -- -I i rest is easy" k! *,, her lunch period away from 20. Once upo' a time she
I :, When Mrs Mason a switchboard : her switchboard to read. wort size 56 a&I had to buy
operator at the bank, + 1eI With her husband, Ray, all her clot e.\frotn' a mall
made up her mind to go onI 6 whose weight has always order firm specialising in
I a diet to end all diets, she 5, been Just what It should be, clothing for stood women. Now
,.;. I consulted a Lakeland doctor f Mrs; Mason eats an early din. she buys tier dresses from
., I who specializes in weight con- their home, 1313 S. local shops and has) taken anew
'* ....... I I trol. It was he who pronouncedthe neat Ave, Mrs Mason Interest' In fashion
\. magic words which have meal J will be broiled, boiledor Mrs. Mason say* she has
L.'f I kept her on the road to reduction biked beef, fish or chicken never felt aft welt as she does
: "Eat sensibly," he btk tossed green salad with oil since sheddtog more than 100
i, told her, but leave the table ? and,'vinegar and iced tea. Her pounds. "1 {used |14 huff and
a little bit hungry" A husband, meal will be rounded puff when 1 exerted myself,
0I The doctor prescribed vitamins but with potatoes and dessert now 1 can do whatever I want.
to supplement the diet My present tow-falorla diet

fare and other medication to .. "Cve gotten to the place has never made nme weak,
make her long siege of diet k. to I where I can bake cakes and tired or Irritable"
ing easier, Mm, Mason takesa >. pies' for Ray and not even "Tell others who! want to
variety of pilli each days want* to taste them myself. lose weight that they CAN do
colorful array of pink, green, The first month of dieting It. All they have to do Is
orange and polka dotted one. k It ,i a was tie hardest, now there make up their minds. That's

Tried Fad Diets w jt ,., nothing to it" the hardest part The rest, Is

Before she began dieting under newt I -If. -tjie.. evening. __is _.spent _easy,"'" __ _._ .
the Lakeland physician's ., ;
p orders, she had consulted out.
of-town specialists and tried fr. i ir
every fad diet that tame AT
along "" ' .
"I tried the buttermilk and >
banana diet, the grapefruit }:
I : .
0 Juice and hardboiled egg diet, < y

I three different liquid formula ., ",..
/ I 0 diets and several other dietsof .,'," ;.k..' ':: '.}ij ij'to (, TWIN BED SPECIAL,
the moment. I lost weight
with nearly every one of them, Aa W. THIS WEEK ONLY

'1Nyy but when I went buck to eat. .
iTo ing regular foods, I gained it
all back.
f wk \
"I've never been a big eater
the N.Y, World's Fair .
and I I've never snacked between
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meals, skid i Mrs
Mason "The doctor told me
that I was the kind of person BEFORE-This old photograph shows Mrs AFTCR-Mrs, Mason has lost more than lt kr 1ty0 gllrct, ,
who could gain weight although Louise Mason when she weighed 303 pounds 100 pounds and now weighs even less than the

I scarcely eating at all and started a diet schedule 195 registered on the scales (Ledger Photo I
Ii Until I had my tonsils out by Harper) '
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Suzanne Sebring Exchange ScoutSUZANNE 2 MATTRESSES REGULAR $117.76ONLY

Suzanne Sebring Is one of spend two weeks at Camp Scouts who have been selected I

new summer collection is now two Senior Girl Scouts selected Worldlife sharing the heritageof to attend the roundup This I \BOX SPRINGS $ 95
their land with 48 Heart of
by the Heart of Florida huge gathering every three I
at Bernice's for you to see, Florida girls during the June I 12 STUkDY LEGS
Girl Scout Council I WIT
to participate 7-20 camp session Later, they years brings together !0,000Girl
Take this Chic pleated batiste ,In an exchange program will visit In homes in different Scouts. I
Zf with a Puerto Rican Scout parts of the council'sarea. Suzanne was one of two OPEN( DAILY 1 TO 6 I Evenings By Appointment
Dacron and Cotton that stays council Lakeland girls who attendedthe I '
1962 Roundup at Button
fresh knife-sharp. She will attend a Scout The exchange is financed by '
crisp, .
r -Y camp In Puerto Rico from proceeds from cookie sales Bay, Vt.Suzanne
Delicate openwork and embroidery 3 y June 6 to July 6. The Puerto and contributions from troops. who became a'' USE YOUR. FN.B OR PB.M CHARGE PLAN
Rican Exchange Project of the Suzanne the daughter of Brownie Scout in the second
\ frame the slightly scooped neckline. Heart of Florida Girl Scout Mr and Mrs. Fred Sebring grade, has been Scouting for mi Mirvnr THROUGHOUT POU COUNTY
Council will bring two girls 534 W Maxwell Drive Is a 10 years She i II now a member
In Black White Maize.
k and one adult from Puerto senior at Lakeland High of Senior Troop 257, When

\ Size 6 to 18 7 to 17 Rico to Florida Scout camps School where she Is vice an Intermediate Girl Scout, (
and send Suzanne and Kay president of her class The See Suzanne earned the Curved WYNN MATTRESS
Turville of Clermont and one brings have been hosts this Bar, highest award in Girl
(1 I adult. Mrs. Iris Link of Ocala year to the I.MS exchange student Scouting As a Senior Scout she
( & I to Puerto Rico.Sharing Kiki Vander Borght of has served as hospital aide & UPHOLSTERING co.
'H1&i231 Belgium.Has program aide working with
Is Purpose younger girls, junior counselor 1427 New A..I'II/.I. Hwy. MU 3.4112aooE

The purpose of the exchange Special Alignment at camp and. teaching aide. i
Is to increase understanding In addition to her work as I- '- '-' : . -- -
S. Florida :-. between Girl Scouts In the two a counselor at the Puerto Rican e eeEEEs88mmmmmm- ammm
Ave Lakeland, Florida
II areas and to share camping camp, Suzanne will havea D
I SEBR1NC skills and knowledge of crafts, special assignment to teach SI
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Lit Theater Will Fair 18-23 Sunday,LAKELAND April 21. ISM-, --. S-CII(

e Stage 'My Lady' May Phillips 1066 S. Fabrics Florid.PliM .

fresent[ Lakeland ttle Theater will May 18-23 at Civic Center Frederick Loewe Is 1:30: Is one of the first, if not the will be starred in the lead son, Mrs. Hopkins; and Ray e This Wtsfc'l* MU J.12I1
I "A Fair Lady the Theater. Curtain time for the o'clock nightly. first, non-professional stagingof roles of Eliza Doolittle and Lett Zoltan Karpathy SftttalSARAN
B ywical ad atioit of George ihow, with book and lyrics by The Lakeland Little Theater the show In the country. Henry iilggins played by Julie
mard Sh 'I "Pygmalion" Alan Jay Lerner, music by production of the hit musical Pat Sutton and Homer Hooks Andrews and Rex Harrison in Mary Farlday ChoreographerDances Lawn Ck.lrWEBBING

the New York production.In and musical num.ben
will be staged! and directed
D. H. Sloan III Marries Supporting Roles by Mary Fariday, Many persons con : 12/1 rd.en .
Ken Shroyer will play Colonel choreographer. Sets will be fuse impoliteness and I let MI 4* the |lei
Pickering. Freddy Eyns- designed and executed by Dick ftr yea -
loudness with l confi I
II Miss Robinson Of GeorgiaPINE ford-Hill, whose singing of Jones. Mary Agnes Dobblngs

"On the Street Where You Is stage manager. Vocal direction ._dente_u_._ _______ I
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Live" is a highlight of the Is by A. Edward Cass-
MOUNTAIN, Ga-In blue
silk shantung sheath with show, will be played by Gerry ling and musical direction and
r a ceremony solemnized April matching jacket and a small Tipton. The role of Alfred orchestration by Jay W. Erwin -
Memorial Ida hat of turquoise flowers. She Doolittle, Eliza's .
11 at Chapel father, will !
Cason Callaway Gardens, Pine carried a bouquet of tinted be played by Jon Barry Wilder Members of the singing 1i it
pink orchids and feathered
Mountain Ga., Miss Mary chrysanthemums LLT director Stanley chorus are Pat Bay, Mar f
Holloway created the role In garet Boatwright, Patsy Car.
Eleanor Robinson and Daniel Mr. Sloan was his son's best the Broadway show.
penter Mary Jo Cole, Ralph.Hartley
I Henry Sloan III exchangedwedding man. Mrs. Higgins will be playedby Jan Hosegood, Linda
vows In a double-ring The Holiday Inn was the Helen Hutchman, Mrs. Joachim Irene Karnes, Carl
scene of the wedding break. Eynsford-Hill by Jane Mailoy. .
ceremony. Officiating was the fast. Matthis, Charles Mayer Andy
Bill Gallagher will be
Pierce Joe Sargeant. Jim
Rev. Reece Turrentine of
Following the reception the seen as Selsey Man and Har Sawyer, Marc and Marilyn
Cuthbert Methodist Church. couple left for Mobile and New ry. John Pamplin will play Weaver and Bob Walker 11ado1r Lingerie

The bride is the daughter of Orleans. They will reside In Jamie; Anne Bartholomew, Dancing in the chorus will
\ F Mrs Ralph Norman Brown of Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs Pearce; Pauline Hodg- be Lamar Blanton, Everett

\ Albany and Leeaburg and the Carpenter, Loretta and Lynn

bridegroom Is the son of D.: H. WomenTo Chase, Steve Davies, Jill El- from
i Neighborhood
lertsen Ida Mae Ellis, Kathy
\ Sloan Jr. of Lakeland, Fla,
Essig Bill Gibson I Dyas
and the late Mrs. Martha Honor Mrs. Gregg Christy Hanahan, Ray Madge'sHere's
James Sloan. Kelly Killen Carol and Claire Kum-
r" Edwin Moore and
Mrs. Sam Boykin was or- mer Bridget
: .) ganist. Women of Mrs. Scott Kelly's Mrs. William S. Myrick :Jr., Pierce.
neighborhood the 42nd and Mrs Paul E. Nay lor. Mrs David Paul Gilmore Lakeland a I
The In
) bride given
mar. 9th Precincts will' entertainthe S. Prosser Jr., Mrs Leonard Little Theater president suggests
,. v nags by her father Donald gubernatorial candidate's Rabin, Mrs Bob W. Stanley that early reservationsbe thoughtfullittle
.. 1' Arthur Robinson of Lakeland, wife at a coffee Tuesday from Mrs Rudy Thornberry made by contacting Mrs.
1 L r4I..' w wore a three-piece suit of 10 a.m. until noon at the Lake Mrs. George Trask and Mrs. Jere Annie, box office chair gift 03

white silk shantung and a land Yacht Club. All womenin William. R. Ward Jr. man, at MU 2-6856.
these precincts invited - -
are I - she'd enjoy.Bouquets .
white flowered hat. She
.. ..>l carried to attend. I
a bouquet of white orchids Hostesses for the event are and 1,
I and feathered chrysan Mrs Hugh L. Cash Jr., Mrs the perfectMOTHER'S

MRS. D. H. SLOAN III themum on streamers of white Maywood W. Chesson Jr., Mrs. lace caught In
A. T. Edwards Jr, Mrs Clay.
ribbon placed over a white ton Lyons, Mrs. E. Snow Mar
prayer book. The Bible wasa tin, Mrs. Bob Pipping, Mrs. DAY a slender frameof

Piam Guild Auditions gift of her grandparents, James W. Sikes. Mrs. E. S.
Sikora Mrs. E. Nylon tricot. "
Wyllys Taylor, 17-
Mrs. William Davis of Columbus
Mrs. H. R. Todd, Mrs. B. E. GIFT
Wi Start and the late Mr. Davis, on Treanor'and Mrs. J, L. Wes Precious Nylon
Tomorrow her sixth birthday. A ring belonging ter Jr.

to the bridegroom's Assisting In the hospitalities lace bordersthe
4 mother was used in the double will be Mrs. Wallace Car. May 10this

ring ceremony and the bride ter, Mrs John Causey Mrs. shaped
Dr. 11 Morrison carried a white lace handker Warren E. Clegg Mrs. T. J.
Claude ,
\ chief used in her mother's
Cleghorn, Mrs Curtis A. Cox,
National Piano CVld adjudi bodice and p'
wedding.The Mrs. Walter E. Engle Jr.,
cator, rate
fill pi o students
bride's only attendant Mrs. Jack Frack, Mrs. MaxJ
in ke lavish
partic itlng annual .. lace
Lake! >d area plno guilds was Miss Susan Cobb of Daw- Hanke, Mrs George W. YOUR PORTRAIT
son She wore a turquoise Jenkins, Mrs Donald Kaplan,
> sponsored by the hemline. Sweet,
Natl nal Guild M Piano : { /

Teachfrs.' tomorro? through "1\"Zi1, ',",, !.,\: DATE BOOK by tiny, subtle )
May at the Tuesday Music 'f"
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Club.Pia students 'in ., ,; -50 JD Wludinq embroideries. yon
of \ages, . . c
who e pupils of accredited ILAlIlLaND appliques \1"..,:
and ahfied guild teachers TODAYKATMLIIN .QUaDItON 01' tea .
LO 001 311 rtAM, CI\lIL Alit PATROL, Lod.ick Alt.earl. " I
of Lakeland will
thij district r.. t p m. of
m Uu MM ti hand cut
audit i and be rated by Dr. .prmu.uc. 'INIOIt SOCIAL CLUB, eo.....
MONDAY dim lunrhwo at 13 30 p m followodII'I -- Kti a IN,1,
Morn >n according to their ( LAIIILAND Act. GUILD, Iri elm br ,.,n Ohio: J.n"tA""r: al Mainulia lace at points 6.00
degref of musicianship In oil ptlnllni till III* end porinram ,
( 1 m, lo noon >t A drmtm.Ho'l'cT.'r'li .RUMMAGE ALI iponiortd. b
\ tnllon l Airpark, T mplt Kmanutl, 23* M Ittiiturkr
Gnarls. \:: \Lod.u.k t.t. A... of Interest.
stabllshed School S 4ft p m..i Cren ""*. >urtni. danctll, P m at. M.inolla! BuildIna -,
C1 !o C nwr Munato a Band
Hrlraibramu .....d. Public InviudUMNILAMD B r is ro
I Dr. (orrlson is member LAIIILA"D LOD.I n raau.
a Rose .la"d mUnlu\loD Ii T'a0 pm.
of td Washington Music Society oL Ma.onlo T.mpl. inc. /
Teachfs' Association and Dis- DR. CUPE MORRISON ( HIIIHAH LOOOI 47, Madge's .
trict' Columbia Federation eov.r.d dinti }0 p."., torn LAKELAND ,
Show SlatedPractice or Mra. ....tU'c ,
of M ic Clubs. In 1953, heeatabt ,
ed his own school in Rrf Goodman, Mrs. i
foxes, of bat,
Stun Va.,. where he serves Rudolph inger Mrs. Ervin for the rose show roost Flying on the upper a type branches of 1505:>> S. u' n. MU 2-G058 127 S. Kentucky
as or) list-director of Stuart P. Ray. in. Ersula Robert to be held May 8-10 in the i Jpel1z
in between raids
large trees on
Mtmbtr Downtown LokilonJ fork Shop Pleas
Presb t4an Church. son, Mf Roscoe Skipper, lobby of the new Peoples orchards.
Nation' Fraternity of Stu. Mrs Ra and C. Smith. Mrs. Bank will take place at the I _ __ __ .
dent M jcccans is the name P. D. fphens, Mrs. B. H. meeting of the Imperial Rose I
given th body of pupils who Vaughq/Mrs. George A. Society tomorrow at 7:30 p.mat i
have m ted a satisfactory Walke/Mr6 Elmer Wilson First Federal Savings and
Ladies Here's The Sales Event You Have
rating lr ny audition. They all of lakeland. Miss Doris Loan's community room down. :
are prey ed with a fraterni-- M. G/recht of Zephyrhills. town. skr
ty pin, determined by Mrs. fetherlne Q. Lester of Members are to bring roses Been Waiting For. . Our GREAT .
the cat ry in which they Dade =jty and Mrs. KenlonA. to enter in the practice show FAMOUS BRAND
play, fro earliest grades up Tfmpson of Plant City. and a prize will be given for
to youn rtist programs. Pifessor Goodman, who the best bloom. All rose growers .
alsoJs a national guild ad- are Invited to come and

Judf tor, serves as Lakeland bring entries tsJ,
eachers ar F guild chairman. This Is Mrs John R. Wright, gen g! ; rfll
ttxjsixth year Mrs Thomas eral chairman, will announce VlIIi/78
Lakelannrea teachers presenting Ef lount will preside as guild final rose show plans.
pals for auditions m Itor. Officers will be elected.

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are Mrs.tforten Beyer ""'!(" - 'S >>""
Mrs. Sues t Fowler Prof.ArtlGuild. r;

Each GermenfWo .

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Election officers wll take TROUSERS $129BLANKETS PRICED
3 Reductions Art
place at tlLakelaid Art SKIRTS
H )00 OFF In Addition To Our Low
Guild meet*Thursday at '
7.30 pm. (Its TlgertoWn 14.95
studios A dal hour and DISCOUNTDPRICES
program wilallow the business UP
session. .

William Program Print tier engraver will and be -- '
I 79 _i J-,-,
designer, whdll discuss the : ; HANDBAGS
art of engra and the ap- .
plication of ajchboard design ""
In adverlx and package "j
design. RPringle was Shoes Priced
associated wit New York 1 HOUR SERVICE
advertising firthich did de
sign work foCI number of MONDAY THRU FRIDAY $8.99TO
cosmetic hous- mong them 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. $200 OFF Values $ 00
City. Revlon id Dorothy SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON 3.99 to |
Gray. Sample* his work 7.99
will be shown \ 13.95 OFF
Award wisg pictures
from the Ridg\rt Associa
tion's second nual Polk QflE) HOUR Values

County art star ere on ex P* $200
hibit at the awe and may 8.99
be seen from 0to, 10 p.m. OFF

Thursday The from paintingsing and 2 u:Srday, B p.m.include afternoon IT1RRTII1IZII1G!! Shoes Priced up I

"Pawn Shop" bteona Allen. I oo
"Ballet Dancer EdwardW. oat in J3.99 Petlz .riMr

Carver of Vet Haven. them 't54 $1 OFF
"Vizcaya" by Cline Ives of THRU FAMOUS BRAND I
inflicts of
Winter Haven Lord. ---- '.H... 130 S. KENTUCKY P.B.M.
Man" by Form

"Reidtos of Latin"Winterlaven Susan Tessem and- Grove Park Shopping CenterU.S. =7.99 Other till OPEN Stores FRIDAY'lit Cftarwsfcr/ NIGHTS and Jf. Petersburg

"Untitled" by | Spencer.
All but Susan pm fatsmembers Hwy. 98, South Phone 682-9285 TIL 9 P.M.

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day LAKELAND AprU 21, 1M4 LEDGER, Florida Woman To Work [Welch Home To Be Scene Of/ League Coffee,1*

I Lakeland High On Matchmaking ProjectTALLAHASSEE

Classes Of '44 A young, tlon In Santa Monica. Calif. The home of Mrs. John T. and Mrs. Lloyd King will l
Welch, 2403 Newport, will be
Many of the student nominees Others
brunette psychologist at Florida the scene of the Junior Welfare assisting In the hospitalities
Slate ReunionLakeland for SDC fellowships represented -
State University is one of the country's top engineering League's annual bundle will\ be Mrs. Robert
15 graduate students In the and science schools coffee Thursday from 10::30a A. Fordyce, Mrs. Robert N. .
High School graduating country who will take part In ,m. until 12:30: p.m. Palmer, Mrs D. B. KiblerJr. w n .yw A..x .ae
classes of February and a unique "matchmaking" proj Human Behavior Expert Guests will deposit their ., Mrs James R. Boulware
June 1944 will hold their 20th ect with men and computersthis Corporation The Systems, a nonprofit Development organization bags of clothing and household Jr., Mrs. Joe Ruthven, Mrs.
summer items inside a circular John R. Wright Mrs. Hayden -
anniversary reunion on Saturday Mrs Donald C (Joan) Martin specializing in research -
white fence on the front lawn. Leigh, Mrs. H. L. Askew
June 13, Morrison'sCafeteria related to national
of Tallahassee, who Is currently
Goods received at the coffee Jr., Mrs. Elliott Reed, Mrs
and defense, has selected
working on her PhDin will be sold by the League Daniel Yarbrough. Mrs. William
Mrs. Martin,
Alumni who have not made experimental psychology at a pay 717 N. P. Mrs. Jere
and other human at its Bargain Box, Logan
reservations are to contact Florida State, has been chosen chologist
Florida Ave. Proceeds are Annis.! Mrs William K. Love
to workon
behavior specialists
the reunion chairman, Mrs from a national field of grad. which correlatethe used for welfare projects of and Mrs. Charles Larsen.
Carol (Moses) Benigno 2602 uate students for summer fellow.hlp projects the league. Soft drinks will be servedIn
Nancy St., Sarasota, Fla,, research at the Systems responses of men to maJor from
Greeting Guests the family room a
electronic control systems
33577, before 1. Corpora
May Development
I, and computers Mrs A. T. Edwards Jr. and round table overlaid with a
In a day and age when Mrs. Ray Clements will greet white appllqued linen cloth
Urge-scale command and con guests at the door Guests Mrs N. Brooks Johns, Mrs .
trol systems dictate toplevel will be presented to the receiving Coy Lay, Mrs. Herman Lewis,
business and military decisions line by Mrs. E. Snow Mrs. James Cox Mrs. Win- __ Jt1:7.fi
It Is vital that the Martin and Mrs lanier Up- bum Shearouse and Miss Bet -
men behind the machines Shaw The receiving line will ty Ballenger will be hostessesIn
must be the kind who can be made up of the hostess, the family room.
and will\ make our pushbutton Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Kirk Mc- Spring flowers will be usedat '"M
, destiny a good one, says Kay, League president, Mrs. focal points throughout the +a d
Mrs Martin. The area of SDC Marlon W. Hester and Mrs. home, with pink and lavenderthe
NEW! research to which she will be Robert P. Evans, cochairmen predominating colors.
assigned from June 16 to Sept. of the coffee Mrs. Giddens King will be
1, will deal also with the functional I Presiding at the guest bookIn In charge of decorating the
asier-to' Apply use of men and spaceIn the foyer will be Mrs. enclosure for the bundles and ,
regard td machines used In Richard Ehlis and Mrs W F. members of the Bargain Box
MOISTURIZER! data processing and decision Sneed Jr.Serving. committee will\ assist In trans OVER THE COFFEE CUPS -,Mrs. John T. Welch Jr., left, will be boa for the
BODY making. Refreshments porting items to the Bargain Junior Welfare League's annual cot!' Thursday at her home on Newport nue. Mrs.
Runs In Family Coffee frappe will be served
Interest In computers runs from a large silver bowl with Box.Bargain Box chairman, Mrs. Marlon W Hester, center Is co-chair,*an of the coffee with Mrs. Robert P. Evjp, who was
In Mrs. Martin's family,which grape design, repeating the Joe Ruthven, has announcedthat not present for the photo. Mrs. D. B.'%,fibler Jr., right, will assist In hospital i. (Ledger
in giving her a leave-of-absence grape border design In the anyone unable to attend Photo by Harper) \
to accept the fellowship dining room wallpaper. Mrs. and wishing to have their
arr Her husband, Donald C, John P. Collins, Mrs Dudley bundle picked up may contact 1.
Martin, also a Florida State Towne, Mrs. Ralph Melton, her. R Re
graduate student I Is majoringIn
statistic and Is employedby -- tar -- ttm r ttr ttsttr ter r r tttttttts is ara ttm' ,
\. the University's Computing
Center requirements Each hopes to for complete the I CLIP rte SAVE P/efctse/ Call For Your Photos

doctoral degree at FSU next r
December I rII rr gement and wedding picture ubltahed In

The couple has two children, II the LEDGER should be called for ijfhin 10 days
aged 8 and 9, and now calls
Tallahassee home, although II I alter p l1cat1on.
; Mrs Martin Is a native of
New resident York and of a Jacksonville long-time I The EDGER cannot be responift* for pictures

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legs and elbow roughness vanish, make your skin The annual donor luncheon aented with coiffures by Philip Mrs. Kaufman and Uoute nc .big.enough. to heat fl jr outdoor whole
eatin-mooth tip to toe. by Shulton of the Sisterhood of Temple and clothes from Caper's.The Mrs. Charles Stein. Mrs Leo i \Installations.A Q A.Completely Approved erproof
Empire, Gladys' and Joyce Slakman and Mrs. '
Emanuel will be Wednesdayat l Simple trouble-free design l perfect
118 E, Pine St. Corner Trohn are general chairmenand newer for new homes, old f me mod-
1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD. LAKELAND noon at the Temple.. A wig Models will be Mrs. Melvin Mrs. Adolph Kaplan and "i mining| and for buslnea uiidings
MU 8.4612 I and fashion show will be proI Estroff, Mrs Alvin Goldberg, Mrs W W Wolfaon, financial [all us for details and a f 4 estimate
< .-- -:1 I Mrs Paul Kaufman, Mrs. chairmen. day
Louise Polskin Mrs. Gerald The luncheon will\ be pre
Rabin, Mrs Leonard Rabin, pared and served by Mrs j
Mrs Jack Toro and Mrs Harry Blumberg, Mrs Alex
Robert Trohn. Models will\ be Diner Mrs George Farber, i '
presented by Mrs Ronald Mrs Jack Frack, Mrs. Henry
MAY IS BLANKET MONTHApril Krusch. Mrs. Robert Shore, Goldatone, Mrs. Max Selig, Ivyis Imperial mice
Ned and Mrs
Mrs. Sinder Mrs. Morris Schneider, Mrs.
Leonard Wolf Joseph Stone, Mrs. Harry Van- 1\23\ New Auburn a Hwy
The Temple will be trans- droff. Mrs Philip BerkovlU .
( 27th Thru Month of May), formed into a beauty salon and Mrs. David Davis. of Win- Lokebnd Ph. 68J3S68
for the event by Mrs Donald ter Haven. "




YOUR BLANKETS ARE . If you've wondered' what's, new In furniture, have a looKat

J our new bedroom sets designed especially for "

teens by Kent Coffee of N.C. One interestinggroup
2. LAUNDERED IN ZERO SOFT WATER is decorated in antique white and
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I '''.:.' gold trim; a delicious accent for t;; ,

3. FINISHED SOFT AS A KITTEN pink. Complete with period I i

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I LAKELAND,- LEDGER-. -Sunday-- April, 21- 1K4 T-C'

Be Fair To Your Feet When You See World's Fair:

NEW YORK-Be fair to your shown that no one is Immune it the Fair, here's what Dr. tlon to the next, the supple Out-of.towners traveling to Make use of a cooling foot ThpV
feet-and the World's Fair from tired feet at the end of Kauth says: "If you hope to leather upper bends and New York especially to takein powder. Sprinkle I liberally
will be, too. That' the counsel a day's tour of the exhibits. see more of the Fair than a stretches with your foot. The Fair when starting out early In the
the should pack at
of one of America's leading But, points out Dr. Kauth, parade of people passing the leather sole offers flexibility, day, and after your bath.
foot health ipecialiiU, Dr. "There's a vast Difference between bench you've collapsed on, a minimum of weight, and an least four pairs of shoes. With One further suggestion* Be.
Benjamin .th, director of weary feet M day's end, give serious thought to your all-day cushioned foundation.And the heavy walking schedules fore you set out for New York,
the American Foot Care Institute and a pair of burning, aching footwear and your foot care since leather Is a natural that Fair-seeing entails, foot It Is a good Idea to see your
and a prominent podiatrist feet that cut: \short your before you go" material it has millions of wear should be changed: at family podiatrist Hq will
sightseeing and kilf.ajiy desire First consideration should be tiny pores which allow fresh least once during each day. check your feet and put themIn I
It'. I sate, bet'that visitors : for further visits.i And that the shoes you wear, accordingto air to enter and circulate High heels should definitely good shape for the work 60k1kt&v
to the New York World's Fair difference could mean 'a the doctor. Through a long around your feet, they will not be worn more than a few ahead of them.
this spring and summer will i wrecked weekend or vacation 'day of walking and standing, remain free from perspiration. hours at a time. And be sure to see the special
walk It least 20 to 28 mules at the Fair" the footwear that offers the For feminine visitors, low, Bathe your feet at least oncea : exhibit on family foot '
per trip. Experience from Plaa Ahead'So '' greatest comfort: and support mid heels or wedges are recommended day. Soak or spray alternately health sponsored by the Podiatry
previous fairs, including the if you're one'' of the 39 is an all-leather shoe. As you and-fortunately- with hot and cold water, Society of the State of wttt W
1939 World's Fair on the same million people planning to'vi- move from one Fair attrac- are very much in fashion and dry vigorously with arough New York and the American w
sits( -Flushing Meadows' has towel. Your grateful feet Podiatry Association in the

\ ----- -- will tingle with delight. Hall of Education: at the FairCNARCI .

Paris' Gowns "n ; - "
ChallengeTo ,\ II
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There a hint last
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skin.The i
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not get as constant complexion SEE THE SIGHTS at New York's World's Fair in any or all of the comfortable, yet
care. After your bath, stylish, walking shoes pictured here. All are perforated to keep feet cool and dry. The leathers I Give Your Horn A Gift Too Ii IiH.n
splash on an astringent to are patent, pebbled calf and fake alligator. : J
be- \sutxxarissssss"SH:111:a.tn. n.
tighten the skin At night -----.
fore going to bed smooth a
moisturizing cream over these
areas to combat dryness that SummersHancoccBARTOW / I
makes the skin appear old.
Exercises play a big part in From Helena Rubinstein
putting your best cleavage Miss Marianne vows on Saturday, July II, at
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LEDGER".Sunday, April.!! 21, 1lK4
9 r, I Eucharis Grandi f Lora By Any

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I LAWN & GARDEN 1 Name, Is/ A Star Of Lily World

t Eucharis grandiflora, better tered sunlight While they oughly and often. After bloom-

GUIDEBy known t< the Star of Bethle- grow and thrive In full shade, ing, allow them to run drier
.a for a month to Induce a rest-
blooming Is curtailed.
hem or Amazon lily, makes .a When resting is
fjf the ground require a moderately ing period.
PEGGY BROWN delightful addition to any gar rich soil which has excellent completed, resume regular watering
s den. Generally recommendedfor another of
ty drainage. Incorporation and crop
Garden Columnist use as a pot plant, It can of organic matter, such blossoms will soon be produced
be grown quite successfully In .
as peat and a liberal application
the open ground if protectionis 4.4.8 fertilizer -
of bone meal before Application of a
4r ..,,!. f winter's provided against the nip of planting will keep them moving in the spring and again
; "' frost. Although hardy
r at a desirable rate of in the summer is sufficientfor
down to freezing It is consldered -
growth. plants in the open ground
a tropical bulb and When the "Stars"In third being made in
growing with a
Colorful Crotons Don'tMind grows best at a minimum mixture of one- plants. It is
pots use a the fall for pot
of 60 degrees.
temperature half sharp sand and one-half best not to divide or transplant
If Fragrant white blossoms peat with a four-inch pot of them unless it becomes
You Pinch 'EmOne
I contrast dramatically with bone meal per bushel of soil. absolutely necessary since
the deep green color of the An inch of gravel or broken they bloom more freely when

of south Florida's favorite garden shrubs is lw foliage. The star-shaped flowers pottery in the bottom of the pot-bound or grown thickly together
the are about three Inches container will Insure in the ground. .
colorful croton. The freeze of two years ago moreor proper
r wide and in clustersof
less discouraged gardeners in this area becauseof .I r .elr.e appear drainage as these plants never When liven proper conditions
three to four atop a stem da well In a stagnant soil.Three Eu-
the high rate of loss with of light, soil and water.
this plant, but the nurseriesand kaline, some pulverized peat w which may be as much as bulbs to a six Inch pot charis will normally bloom
garden centers are full of should be added to each plant. :: .a ew two feet high. Glossy leaves are enough, but if larger three or more times a year.
der on short stems provide a
L specimens are desired, increase
dozens of varieties for planting Ing hole. What better way to enhancethe
graceful touch of Interest
in those spots that lack color. Roots Need Room the number and pot enjoyment of a room, a
the plants are not in bloom.
Crotons like a mildly acid When ready to plant a croton patio or a garden then with
soil of a sandy loam variety, be sure to prepare the Need Some Sun Water On ScheduleDo the delicate fragrance of these
which provides the good drainage hole larger than the containerthat The horticultural staff at not give much water aft crisp beauties. By any mess-

they need. Since most soilsin it has been in. Add some Cypress Gardens suggests er planting until growth be- sure the Eucharis is a "star"
planting Eucharis in a location gins. When they are growing
south Florida are .very al- organic fertilizer, such as of the plant world.kNOWN.
-- which will provide fil- vigorously, water them thor-
I sheep manure, and mix with
CLIMBING PEACE ROSE with more than 50 blossoms scales the wall at the home of I
the soil. Then cover with a
spring sale layer of soil to protect the Mrs. C. C. Plemons, 51) El Paseo. It is crowding out a rambling red rose, whose blossomsmay '. I
: roots and plant. be seen by looking closely. (Ledger Photo by Harper) ,:.

$ Manv a croton has been
1.,10$9schefflera -
I killed by too much fertilizer,
I so be sure that you fertilize ClaIJ CfJ1lJVJJl
/ 3-4 ft. little and often rather than In

big doses.

bird of paradise I As your crotons mature, I VMS

3 I pinch off the tip of the new Panhellenic Sets InstallationAt
yearse. I growth in order to make them !
nice bushy plants. This will SOUTHGATEONLY
p. holly 2-3 ft. i I
make them branch out.

pyracantha 2-3 ft. : The flower shows this year Luncheon CadetLakeland
have included some beautiful Saturday

ixoros 2 ft. specimens of agapanthus (blue ,
Lily of the Nile). We should

crepe myrtle 2 ft. grow them more often because Panhellenic! Association Alpha Delta Pi r SUNDAY
they are easy and put
will have an installation
selloum 2-3 ft. on quite a show. The large
p. Alpha Delta Pi alumnae and
heads of deep blue flowers luncheon Saturday at -1 JOSEPH'S COAT

obelia 2 ft. rise out of rich green, strap- 12:30: p.m. at the Cadet Restaurant the active chapter at Florida ; I

I Isimon's shaped leaves a yard long. Miss Hazel Johnsonof Southern College will celebrateFounders' 1 5 For $100

mock orange 3 ft. The rhizome is planted in Kappa Delta has an Day together tomorrow .

autumn or winter and will nounced. Co-chairman are at 5.45: p.m. at Strollo's Qucrt C d
grow and bloom under a wide Restaurant.Mrs. .
variety of conditions. It likes Miss Smith of Kappa Delta Warren H. Smith ALTSR4
at lot of moisture and will and Mrs. E. G. Padgett of of the Lakeland alumnae Yellow
nurseries. thrive even with poor drain Delta Zeta.
will preside at the banquetand eY Qt.
age.They Mrs. Douglas Hall, retiring present gifts to the seniorsat r 5 $100
For Con
will\ do well In either
927 s new york I president will Install the following 8 Florida Southern College
shade or a sunny, well-drained
are: Miss Moree Benson
838 lake hollingsworth I officers: Mrs. Dan
location.As Miss Kay Combs, Miss Judy WAX BEGONIA '
we J.dt"2/ g reel"i i for spray and dusting Bagley Jr., Zeta Tau Alpha, Cook, Miss Barbara Danner, Pond

tQ.r\t stamps problems, you Just do not president; Mrs. M. B. Mott Miss Bonnie Donaldson, Miss
give have any. Agapanthus are Janet Ferran, Miss *
Jr., Kappa Delta, secretary; Madeline 67
disease and pest resistant. and Mrs. Robert W. Kohlstedt, Hagstrom and Mrs. Judi Green Reg. 79c .

Sigma Sigma Sigma, treas Kelsey An award will be presented -

I urer. also to the pledge who COLEUSr.l
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Panhellenic wrote the best essay on "What

SPRING ANNUALS serving on the board representatives next year MRS. DAN BACLEYWedgwood Alpha Delta Pi Means to Me." 4 ,

will be Introduced and Installed. Mrs. Clayton T. Lyons will I

information as to the Circle conduct the special ceremony ,.; Qvrt CaMARIGOLD
eligibility for representationIn written for Founders' Day, '
National Panhellenic Con Wedgwood circle, Antiques assisted by the new officers, .,It' ':

Reg.69c Now 55 I ference, phone Mrs. Hall or Collectors' Club, will meet who will be installed as they ,l ""

A Carton Mrs. J. T. Clark. Friday at 10 a.m. at the homeof assist. New officers are: Mrs. 4;. 2 5<
I Mrs. Richard P. Barnes, W. R. McKemie III, president;
All NPC alumnae
I sorority 1245 Easton Drive. Hostesseswill Mrs. Harold T. Spears Jr., I Qw rtFERTILIZER C..
and actives are Invited to the
SALVIA PORTULACA, ZINNIAS, luncheon. and be Mrs. Maywood W. vice president; Mrs. WalterE.
Bridge canasta
Chesson Jr. and Mrs. T. W. Engle Jr., secretary; Mrs. .
MARIGOLDS AND OTHERS will be played afterward. Reservations Moore Jr. Phillip Schneider, treasurer;

are to be made by The following newly elected Mrs. Smith, Panhellenic repre- ;

I Wednesday with Miss Hazel officers will be installed: Mrs. sentative; and Mrs. W. A. 655 99
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GERANIUMS 2 FOR 99 I Johnson, 686 8368, at night, or Robert P. Resch, president; Dance, reporter ; ,
. . .
Mrs. Padgett, 686-4586. hs
Mrs. Andrew J. !
.. Mrs. M. L. Bass will conduct <
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., vice president; Mrs. Wil- amemorial service for Mrs. '\i SALVIA
'/. INCH WATER HOSE liam Kemp, secretary; Mrs. Ernest McClurg who \ "
was a
388 TIME FOR A Quart
10 Year Guarantee . 50A. Reg.. 4.95 Chester E. Wiley, treasurer; member of the Lakeland alum 0'1"1 j 19
Mrs. Barnes, librarian; and Can
nae. Mrs. Daniel Yarbrough
Mrs. R. P. Ammerman, his
PEAT MOSS TJt torian. and Mrs. Lyons are in chargeof

One Bushel Reg. 1,19 . . . . . . . / / Next year's activities will be arrangements for the ban Ever Blooming
planned. quet and Mrs. Spear will decorate WHETHER IT IS CALLED Eucharis grandiflora, Star of Double Hybrid
the tables using the Bethlehem Amazon this be
or Lily plant can recognized by
CHLORDANE 5% DUST 42 1- sorority flower, violets and its white, star-shaped flowers borne in clusters
5 Pounds . . . . . . . . I Insurance Women blue and white colors. -atop long-stems PETUNIA15C

Insurance Women of Polk All Alpha Delta Pi's In Polk

LEAF RAKE 66* County will meet tomorrow at County are Invited to attend Community Affairs MeetMrs.

20 Tines . . . . . . . . . Reg. 98c 6:30: p.m. at Gold Cup Restaurant and may make reservations by
A film, "Anatomy of an calling Mrs. Yarbrough, MU Franklin Nott of St. time officers will be elected

FLORIDAWON PEACHES /95 Accident," will be presentedby 6-4081, or Mrs. Lyons, MU Petersburg will be the speakerat and projects selected for the Quart 1
Walt 2-3448.
3 Foot In Container . . . . . . . .1 for Bielanskl, safety engineer the meeting of Community coming year. Mrs. Erwin Can .
Auto-Owners Insurance
Spears president of the Wom-
FULL TIMI Affairs department of the
WEEPING BOTTLE BRUSH ON THI JOB Methodist WSCS Woman's Club tomorrow nightat an's Club, will report on the
Planning the program are federation
575 convention in Jacksonville
5-6 Foot In Bloom . . . . . . . . Will Keep All PremlitiELECT Mrs. Dorothy Clark Mrs. Lin 8 o'clock at the clubhouse I W. T. Grants

da Bush and Mrs. Shirley Woman's Society of Chris- .Lake Morton Drive. At the coffee hour, Mrs.
I Martz. tian Service of the Methodist Mrs. Nott is beginning her
FLORIDA MAPLES Robert Nailling chairman,

6-7 Foot In Cans . . . . . . . . . 575 Ralph J. Rossi I final Officers plans will will be be elected made and for Temple"These will Cities conduct Glorious"a studyon by second chairman term of as the Public Florida Affairs Federation Woodrow be assisted Martin by Mrs.Miss Fox, Mrs.Ada will SOUTHGATE

Bosses Lawrence H. Janssen next of Women's Clubs and
TAX ASSESSOR Night next month. Grace
Tedder. Mrs. Robert
CAMPHOR TREES Reservations to be made Tuesday and Thursday and on, has spoken to groups throughout ONLY
575PARKINSONIA M r.l. Adv. kr II J. ....! are Varney and Mrs. J. O. MaconJr.
4-5 Foot Heavy . . . . . . . . . with Mrs. MarU, 682-4141. May 5 and 7 at 10 a.m. at the state on the work of .
the church. this department.She ''i
I Mrs. George A. Sanford will is the daughter of the

5.6 Foot Yellow Flowers . . . . . . . 575 conduct the classes. She will Rev. and Mrs. J, H. Daniel of
HAVING LAWN PROBLEMS? be assisted by: Dr Harold Lakeland.Mrs. 41jv
Buell. pastor of Hyde Park Dean Fox, department
Lula Hall &
Brogden 750 Methodist Church' In Tampa; chairman, will conduct the
Others. 4.5 Ft. Grafted . . . . . . Mrs. John Snyder, clinical psychologist business session, at which
Or trouble in your garden with fungus at Polk County Guidance -

MANGOS Zill, Hoyden Kent -TSQ Center; Mr. Sanford, director Orange Heights I Methodist

4-5 Ft. Grafted : . . . . / diseases or insect pests or weeds tak of the Planning Department Churches will participate in
of City of Lakeland; and the study. I

ROSES. Standard Varieties William E. Arnold, manager of The first session will be followed -

Budded or Dr. Huey Root Stock . . . 195 I upCOCOS ing over? If so-then consult our own i iI district Social Security office of administration by a covered dish
I Lakeland. luncheon served by Betty Ruth

Mrs. Joseph A. Mayo, secre- Goode circle, after which Mrs.C .
PLUMOSA PALMS Dr. E. C. Cogan who will advise
2 99 gladly tary of missionary education, Maurice Hohn. society president -
5 Foot Nice . . . . . . who is in charge of the study ,will conduct the business &

the correct measures that need betaken planning, has announced that session. The nominating com- ,, 5 r
ORCHID TREES Mulberry Methodist
and mittee will report.
575 ,
White, Red, Purple 5 Foot Heavy . . . h ,
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. LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday April 21, ISM I-CI "_

AAUW Program Set At Planetarium S/oan-AtcCran/e/ / New -Ca5serr; --1 Jtimi.

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"Investigation/ and Inspiration TW, Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Y, STYLING SALON
-Astronomy Marrlea Poe Sloan, 1428 Fern Place, have Tuna fish reigns supreme as NEW TUNA CASSEROLE

trY," It the program plannedfor announced the engagement of our favorite seafood. What 1 cup cottage cheese Call y
members of the Lakeland their daughter Gall Craig, to other canned protein food Is so 2 cups cooked rice About

branch American Association James Bruton McCranie, ion versatile in salads, sandwiches 21-os. cans tuna Our
of University Women, Tuesdayat of Mrs. J. B. McCranie 820Clcarvtew casseroles and Other main Vt cup sliced ripe olives
8* p.m. at the planetarium ,' and the late Mr, dishes Hot or cold, It's just as 4 cup slivered almonds/ Mother's

In the science budding of a Jid McCranie.The tempting 1 e-os. can Tomato Sauce Day l
Florida Southern College. couple will exchangevows This new tuna casserole un- \'t teasp. pepper Special
Preparing the final session on June 12 at First nape covers different flavor combinations !- V4 teaap. garlic salt
In a .series of programs on list Church.A and textures than we've Vi cup Parmesan Cheese 11I11 I'IHI
"Bridging the Gap between native of Lakeland, Miss before Rice provides the Combine all Ingredients except U The Mail
Science and Layman" were seen Parmesan Cheese. Pour Into
Dr. Margaret L. Gilbert, Mrs Sloan was graduated from tai A 1 bulk and canned tomato sauce f4 quart casserole. Sprinklewith Seuthgate Shopping C.nf rCOBBIES
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Elwyn C. PIckart, Miss Ann Lakeland High School where the liquid and flavor along with Parmesan Cheese. Bakeat hOlle .HUvl
Peyton, MUs Mary Ruth Mil she was a member of the Key ripe olives, two kinds of cheese 325 for 43 minutes.
ler and Mrs. Mildred Ibber-
ettes, Bagpipe staff a cheerleader and slivered almonds
son. They departed from the
usual planetarium show by superlative, calendar Fresh corn on.the-cob Is a
choosing selections of prose girl and member of the Homecoming good accompaniment to this
and poetry then deciding on COurt. She attended casserole. Crisp celery stalks
portions of the sky to be view. rev
Andrew College in Cuthbert,
and hot coffee will round out
MISS GAIL a red cross shoe
ed as the selections are read. SLOAN
Ga., where she was a memberof the meal beautifully
Taped music will be "used +: Zeta Delta PI sorority and ----- -...-..--.-..
for background effect. The
show will be directed by Dr Miss Andrew Court.
J. E. Hutchman. The bride-elect attended
Following the 'theme of the Lakeland Business Institute. riil
program, art will be exhibited 1 A c q1H She was formerly employed by
in the foyer of the science the Lakeland area office of the il .
building by students of Joe Florida Revenue Commission,
Clark Lakeland Senior High and Is a member of First Baptist .

School.The Lakeland branch sponsors Also Church.a native of Lakeland, I!' \-, . ,
an att contest each Mr McCranie Is a graduateof :
spring presenting, awards of Lakeland High School. In t ;
honor to outstanding art stu high school, he was a memberof
dents. Judges are Mrs. Fon- rw the "L" Club, Junior Lions .
chart Lord' Lakeland artist E Club, football and basketball
and Russell McRae and Dow. teams, Homecoming Court,
ney Barnlu, both of the col. ... was a delegate to Boys' State, I ffimstrong: .. i
lege art department. vice president of sophomoreand
POSED at front of the Polk Science building where on
The nominating committee junior class and was a I l VINYL \ dMs'
will\ present slate of new officers Tuesday night they will direct the program of the American superlative. He attended Florida -
at the business session. Association of University Women are, from left. Miss Ann Southern College and Is $
Dues will be collected by Miss Peyton Dr Margaret Gilbert and Mrs. Mildred Ibberson. employed by American Oil NEWEST
Helen Mallory. treasurer Planitarium Is locale for the meeting (Ledger Photo-Harper) Company in Tampa. __ KENTILE COLORS


Girl ScoutS Where Christ Is First I JI

Campout Planned For f f. it'* for the floor, call I

Mil Itrothcr For The Kentin LIGHT COaltS SASS. The happy mingling of up-to-the-minuta
'liul Material tailoring with lines of dottle elegance moke* this adaptable
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Leaders AssistantsAn little Cobble your most likely to succeed fashion

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overnight campout for Mothers ot girls who will Y t3a1tG f Call for a free Estimate Z /

Girl Scout leaders and assist be in Brownie Girl Scout : I
ants will be held Friday at troop next fall are to attend
the Girl Scout House Leaders an orientation session Tues i Ellis Bros. Inc. : e44NEr
. having girls attending are day from 1:30: to 11:15 a..m..t APPLICATIONS POR W4-6J SCHOOL YEAR E
to contact one of the follow. the Scout house The meeting NOW IEINC CONSIDERED I
ing trainers by Wednesday is to outline the Brownie .
night: Mrs. R. W. Tallent. program and ways In which LAKELAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL t RED CROSS SHOE
. mothers help their 686.4193
Mrs. Betty Boykin, Mrs. Paul may
daughters' Kind"r|,rt." Through 9th Gr..d..
Smoak or the district adviser troops. Complete 'I uNS"Mud hi''N.m.ecnse.rued...,th'III Awrk.e. Mahood ail trop
Mrs.H. B. Herbert, who maybe training wil| be given in the 1111 Forest Pork St. Phone 683-4013 L- u'
reached by phoning 682-: fall i IRI m- ..
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Girls will assemble Fridayat
4:30 p.m. and leave Satur
day at 11 a.m. They are to SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
bring $1 I for fond including a
meal cooked Friday. Contrary iif'
to original plans, they are not I / E '
to bring bag lunches, a. they . :'
will cook dinner, breakfast TravelBeautifully.
and a snack. Ih, <

also to ,
attending are L v
bring two bags of tinder, ; ((
kindling one to two Inch thick
fuel, bedding, flashlight, suit
able clothing, Jacket raincoat !
toilet articles, first aid kit, w4 :
handbook paper, pencil, cup, r
silver and a plate. BROTHERS

The girls will learn pray .
tical experiences to take back
to their troops, on pitching 1lux 'l'IICtO."S bvuvenew
tents, building campfires observing II
safety precautions,
planning campfire programs, pastels
doing cleanup work, making t
kaper charts of work to be Reach for Max Factor's Brave New Pastels . looks that
done and, policing area after e' d are soft but not timid . bright but not shouting! All
campout. this fashion bravado in a Fine Line case . decoratedwith
Troops that have taken a golden touch, complete with lipstick, 1.10. Or,
eampout recently Include I creamy Hi-Society lipstick, $1,10, Matching Nail Sat-
Troop 243 patrol leaders and 3 tl'I in, $.7S'.
sixth! graders with Mrs Naomi 1 Maas' Cosmetics
Wilson, consultant and Troop .r' 1 sr I o plul "4. tnlUUlIlbllYs
250 from Cleveland Court
School with leaders Mrs. Au. .,. ,
gust Herman and Mrs. H. A. a go .vififiiiter?

Young. l Itfiiiclfjfff/.v go mil!

Plan AheadIf .e j ; 4 We've a wealth of these exciting travel) bags in plasticsg't ,
M leathers, straws and patents Roomy as a Hilton, inside
Taking / .* zipper pockets for secrets Who could ask for anythingmore
? And here are three handsome teasers from this
y', vast array! Featured: large "traveller," double handles,
Baby To Fair two outside pockets 3000. Also Shoulder strop .
f A e A ttt' " 19.00. Swagger Bog in patent and Julhyde . 800.
NEW YORK If* off to ; Maas' Handbags
the World' Fait for familiesall
over the country this year I
-and today's mobile baby will

be going right along. for fff.vfiioit heights . .
Some of the Fair exhibitors "
have made provisions for the .;. : H7iilc Lights9!
infants and young children
.that will be visiting the Falrr 'r' +'' ' i t Trifori! beads of purest dazzle white . linked with
bul it's the preparation that ' "I sparks of golden flash Both dashingly tailored and
Mom makes for the trip that J '. '" a, / ... chic dressy looks in chokers or matinee lengths. Match.
will make it enjoyable for the i '., "! ing earrings and bracelets for the look of utter adornment .
whole family. At the Fair a ( *.p .' 3.00 to 12.50. '
thoughtful exhibitor has provided 0', ,'
diaper changing room 'plus AL tn
with tables and paper diapers Maas' Costume Jewelry

available at lu charge. There i -a !
are also special areas rA 1Y
when l
comfortable chairs I ) 1- ;
mothers can ,lit down and feed gj
their babies. However, you'll I
have to bring your own sups:

plies. a
As part of your planning for t cS__ : ; _
the trip, you might investigate I .:
the new baby needs traveler
which will completely and
compactly take along every J''
thing you will need for a dayat ( of 1r
the Fair with baby. It looks I .
like a small suitcase is lightweight i ;
plastic with a handy : :Icnsi-s__. v,
shoulder strap. But, best of ,; II
aU. Inside are three separate v I
compartments Insulatedfor
the baby's bottles, a wash
able one for diapers and one
fitted with baby oil. powder,
cotton buds and other toilet

As you would for any other
trip, make' sure that all of the
baby clothes are of the
qunk wish and *CJfanel>'. i
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10C LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April, 2', IK 1tPJti1142L J i

3ZZ6JLLCL r Craft-Threlkeld McDonald-MacLachlen

BOCA RATON Mlsa Diane Lisa Hager, flower girl!,
(FURNITURE CITY UPHOLSTERER* 111 The engagement of Mica D. MacLachlan, daughter of wore a white lace dress and
Peggy Jo Craft to A1C Rob Mrs. E. S. Merrill 204 Olive carried a white basket of yellow -
R'9 695 yd ert F. Threlketd, con of Mr. Way, became the bride of pompons,
54" Color UPHOLSTERYC..rd.nod and Mrs. Foster Threlkeld of Frederick D. McDonald in a G. Howard Greene of WIn-
95 candle light ceremony yester- ter Haven, Fla., was best man
Ledbetter,. Ky., has been announced
afternoon at St.
day Gregory'sEplecopal
FABRICS| 1 and ushers were James Till-
by her parents, Mr, Church The bride man of Lakeland and StephenB
Yd and Mn C. L. Craft, 1807 groom Is the son of Mrs Merrill
Printed) AntiqueSatin Chase StWedding. Mary H. McDonald Louise
A held at the
reception was
Drive, Lakeland Fla. The
: tl, plans will be announced Merrill home
. . . 59d.. Rev Lex S. Mathews of Tallahassee Students I
performed the dou
A graduate of Lakeland
ble-ring ceremony After a wedding trip, the N
High School Miss Craft attended
100*' Seren. lewn ChelrWebbing Lakeland Business In- Given in marriage by her couple will be at home at 531
stepfather, the bride W Jefferson Street, Tallahassee
wore a
and Is
stitute employed by International
12 /<: Mineral and formal princess style gown of .
Chemical Corp, Bartow white Alencon lace over satin The bride is a junior at
yd. She carried a cascade bouquetof Florida State University, Tallahassee
10 Assorted Colon Airman Threlkeld, a graduate -
r of Livingston Central High white Fugl Mums.Attendant. in the College of '
Or let ui reweb your Lawn Furniture School, Burma, Ky., attended Arts and Sciences, majoringin Tr 1 1'I iay

for you Paducah Junior College, Pa. Miss Katherine Bussi of Miami history and mjnoring In 1I
> % '; ducah, Ky., and University of was the maid of honor English The bridegroom, after I
1066 S, FLORIDA AVE. PH. MU 3.3281 Maryland. He 1 II stationed with and Miss Diane Smith of Miami graduating from high
the U.S. Air Force in Tachi- was the bridesmaid They school, entered the service '
MISS PEGGY CRAFT kawa, Japan.: wore matching sheath dresses He la a senior at Florida State
of ,green chiffon. Nancy McDonald University where he will be 'I
OFFER YOUR SERVICES of Lakeland, junior graduated In August. He is
Regularly In The Business Directory In The LEDGER bridesmaid, wore yellow! organdy majoring in history and has I
Classified Columns. Dial MU 6.1151 a minor in philosophy.


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;/ Miss Linda Kay Albritton of Dressed like the honor attendant -
;'. Bartow became the bride of, were Miss Sharon Tid-
Thomas Wayne Johnson yesterday well of Bartow and Miss
afternoon at St Carole Brock, bridesmaids.
j... Joseph's Catholic Church. The Susan Lynn Edwards was
Rev. William O'Farrell, pastor flower girl.Richard .
performed the ceremony
following music by Mrs. Share Johnson served his
Bickford brother"as beat man. Ushers
on organist.The
bride Is the daughterof were Robert Johnson, the
i, 4a Mrs. John Calvin Albritton bridegroom's brother, Alton
of Bartow and the late Mr Couturior, Bob Waller and Mr
Albritton. Parents of the Oglesby,
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. A reception followed at the
BROTHERS Robert R, Johnson 1803 Provo Tuesday Music Club Assist
I QQ idence Road. ing in hospitalities were Miss
Given in marriage by her Lynn Head, Miss Sue Crawford
brother, John Calvin Albritton Mm Linda Miller and
Jr., the bride wore a floor. Miss Susan Banks
i III ,P length grown of Chantilly. lace The couple is honeymooning
the one and only 0 and bombazine. She carrieda at Cast Coast beaches.
bouquet of white roses, They will live at 2504 Ex.
S"IJIJ."oseZ> support"I Mil u ; centered with a white orchid. change Ave. The bridegroomis
/v Mrs Hugh J. Oglesby was employed by W. R Grace
the matron of honor. She worea division Davison Chemical
hosiery by Pfiociiix a4.95 floor-length gown of blue Company in Bartow. Mrs
crystaline She carried one Johnson works for Orange
m long stemmed pink American State Life Insurance Company
Beauty Rose. .
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Louise Zander daughter of Jersey He is working for
I f : Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zan Bell Telephone Laboratories
der Jr., 3104 NE Ninth St., in Red Bank. N. JGraduating.
; became the bride of Ronald
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ford. Nuptial music was presented -
by L. Davis Long, organist To
the Kurefootthony special spring gate f'orttllla's"Irrallaromld" and soloist OrganizeAn

DANA Solid Co'oglteregularly The bride wore a peau de
girdle soie and Alencon lace gown.
byDuyton organizational
,t She carried a Bible, meeting
$2.25' topped
for the
changes trills 1954 graduation class of
yon with a white orchid and lily
of illtnntt Lakeland Senior
> of the valley High School
now |ustl.UO'each U 5.99Never The bride's sister, Miss reunion will be held Wednesday -
at S p.m. at First Federal
1.99 Ploy It cool this spring with DANA'S refreshing glide-on Marjorie Zander, was her sister's .. community room, Grove Park
fragrance Smooth, mist SOLID COLOGNE Is so )Invigorating before such shaping value . and at maid of honor. Bridesmaid All members
to the touch. Swirl It on from limb to limb, on the such a price! Fortuno wrap-around' girdle was Miss Judy Dundeeof of this gradu-
So tight to comfortable, M cotual . a new nope of your neck under your chin! anticipates your every figure problem with Lake Worth. They wore ating class are to attend In
Economical and easy to use, DANA SOLID COLOGNE amazing control . eliminates bulgeS withtwoposition blue satin street.length gowns order that foundation plans
barefoot feelingfrom Dayton of Miami. The. travels beautifully . takes up a minimum amount of Interlocking panel Snap panelat and carried nosegays of red may be made for the reunion
softly draped strap Is securely anchored to o space offers a maximum amount of usage the control you wont and zip it closed The roses and pink carnationsCalvin to be held later this year.
long wearing crepe tolt Select several pair at Regularly priced at $2.25, for a limited) time less than flap-over front panel I slims your tummy Nonbinding If
this tiny price; white, beige, block or gold; 5 to half price! It three choice fragrances; TABU . elojtic waist eases you gracefully into Fieleke of Tampa class members are interested
World-known I world-loved I 20 CARATS Spicy line. lino elost c/cotton. White, 14" was best man. Kenneth Zan In the meeting but unable -
9 Sorry, no mail or phone orders! tophlittcated AMBUSH . Flowery, youthful, 26-36, 16" 26-40. der and Larry Hall of Lake- to attend, contact Mrs
Plvs Ftd tea I land, ushered Roger Giddena, MU 6-3611
Maas'. Fashion Hosiery Maas' Cosmetics \ Maas' Fashion Foundations ) A reception was held in the Mrs Richard Conibear, MU
i. church parlor Miss Joy Bar &2052.

-" . , . . r' USE YOUR CONVENIENT MAAS' CHARGE rett bridegroom's sister, kept
the bride's book Assisting ii> PROPER lit, adults' con-
hospitalities were Miss Louise ventional oxfordsIMPROPER .
Arey, bride's cousin, and Miss tit, adults'conventional
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SOFT FLUFF HAIRDO by New York hairstylist John Christie keys the spring.summer .: "

[swing to styles a la the 1930s. Christie (left) feathers the ends to make the hair fall softly 11
_e favors pin curls for close-to-the-head coiffures.

but ,Of Past - New Hairdos) . t Ip 1 1 I' 1

NEA NewsfeatureOne New York hairstylist John
more time seems to be Christie, after conferring witha t j4i

[the credo of International styl noted European stylist about $3
Paris design trends, executed
ists. Riding the crest of spring hU version a soft fluff.
I haute couture is a 1930 re- If face is round
Evlval And where fashions your you PER WEEK !
want the
may some height at
lead I hind., hairstyles are not far be crown. Otherwise this I. not

the season for towering bouf
Accompanying frills and fants.

[ bows and navy sailor hats Christie's soft fluff Is cut to EVENING
reminiscent of the era are chin length and has a wide
hairdos cut to the )Jawllne and side wave. Occasionally he
worn close to the head. A will cut bangs and comb themto FASHION
glance at the family photo album touch or cover the eye
will show that the severely brows.In .
bobbed hair and bangsof many Instances, the hairIs SHOW
the '30s have been modi shingled In back but he 1

fied.The feels moat women will prefer i
'64 styles are soft and their hair to be more softly CarolI

feathery on the sides and shaped to the head and tapered AND THIS !IS I,
smooth and straight In the to follow the natural
back but not chopped off. hairline WHAT YOU GET! Craig's
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Swim Cookout 4. uuw, a.3. A

Party, A.,... ... ....,. ,.. dad a.d.wa \ '....
N :=.Z". Ivmi Np.'*. I Monday,
N." pl Ml*, ve.'p k*
Wo Mo Kl Zan Horizon Club Marcum, president; Nancy Davis ,ley!.4 !. ihmttl. h i April 27th
Girls and Explorer Scout Post vice president; Lynda Lee cotta IN AND LIT US PlOVt IT!
1M will be guests at the home Burks secretary; Pam MalIan >11:00 ?..nilI 1
of Mr.' and Mrs. Horace CANNONMUSIC
I treasurer; Kathryn Woods.
Jacobs III After
scribe; Anne Brooks and Nancy a
swimming the two groups will Cook hostesses; Cindy CO. Promenade Shop
test their skills in a cookout.
Brooks, candlellghter; Chere 101 S. riorW. A...
Tanda Mega Camp Fire
Girls of Lime Street School Bellotto, reporter; Cynthia Ta- Ph. 412-1145 l.V.I.... t
ber, song and prayer leader; i
Op Ev.alaae,
have Invited the Singing Blue monitor Pam FrlJijr
Margaret Trask ;
Birds to meet with them.Tuesday
Cannon flag holder. $
afternoon at the home of
their guardian Mrs. O. J. i I

Paige. The Shleta Maka Junior 1 /
HI Girls will teach the two

groups folk dances and join 1026 -
them In a song festO 0 c..t c... U ... ca1.
Da Konya Ta Wan Ka OUTCOME RYWAFtD E. Memorial ,' i es Ca;; v4 GT

Camp Fire Girls of John Cox ao:; a G C. GG4r
I and North Lakeland Elementary Blvd r G Cor CI 0 V; V 4r4 II

Schools, whose guardiansare ----
Mrs. J. N. Medlin and
Mrs. J. E. Roberts, have elected
, the following officers: Donna ,

Lane, president; Rebecca I NOW!
Gumtow, vice president; San- : i
dra Edwards, secretary; Sue
I Malts treasurer; Katrina Bass tispeeidlin
and Karen Kletter, telephone; I, Carol Craig
I Melissa Roberts, music direc

tor.Wadatika JJIII' eS a career
Junior Hi Camp
Fire Girls will go to Highlands '
Hammocks State Park. Se- f . of fashion

bring for weekend camping. the Perfume Charm of .
Some of the girls will workon t i wit and wiles!!
retirements necessary In
achieving their Torch Bearer FLOWER'pESF '
rank in outdoor living, Torch DESERT o Advance your own career, young distaff
Bearer Is the fifth and highest '
rank In Camp Fire. The : v executives, with these dress up looks of

group will be accompanied by. / clever Carol! She knows just where to
I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilder. n !
ShleU Maka Junior Hi Camp I ''I I odd a flirt of femininity . just whereto

Fire Girls wiU meet at the Fc WE 1 add the crisp of tailoring The sum
home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Allen Saturday afternoon for $IBWM I j total? A host of fresh looks for office

a swimming party and barbs and on . and on! For a start, pretyjfl
cue. All the girls will share In '
/ the responsibilities of the t.-, please yourself with these . .and do

party and fulfill a requirement s 2loo I charge! A. Two-piece costume In white/
Torch Bearer
I of their Group
rank the fourth rank In Camp a orange,white/turquoise; 816. .26.00.
Fire and a new one added In ;
B, Two-piece Dacron polyester crepe in
j the program revision two i
years ago. Mrs. James Quids I <.. white/orange, white/willow; 8.16 . .

is their guardian. \ r 23.00. C. Two-piece seersucker In blue
Wi lab Te Camp Fire Girls Enchanting Toilet Water and Beauty Bath to bathe '
of Lime Street have elected 1 or brown; 8.16 . 18.00..
away dry skin In perfumed luxury.Two ounces each.
officers: Jill
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1 1C LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday,_April 21, .".'

'Jti1IL2L 3JZ6JLLCL j II Craft Threlkeld McDonald-MacLachlen LITA.

BOCA RATON Miss Diane Lisa Hager. flower girl
(FURNITURE CITY UPHOLSTERER) The engagement of Miss D MacLachlan. daughter of wore a white lace dress and
Peggy Jo Craft to A.I.C. Robert Mrs E S. Merrill l, 204 Olive carried a white basket of yellow -
R'I' 6.95 yd. F. Threlkeld, IOn of Mr Way, became the bride of pompons
54" Color. UPHOLSTERY and Mrs Pewter Threlkeld ofLedbet'er Frederick D. McDonald In a G. Howard Greene of Win-
candle light ceremony! yesterday ter Haven. Fla., was best man
has been
Ky, announced
Coordinated FABRICS| 195 afternoon at St Gregory's and ushers were James Till-
by her Mr
parent Episcopal Church The bride- man of Lakeland and StephenB
and Mrs C. L, Craft ISO groom Is the son of Mrs Merrill
Printed Mary H. McDonald Louise
AntiqueSatin Chase StWedding A held at the
reception was
Drive, Lakeland Fla
plans will be announced The Merrill home,
.59 Rev Lex S. Mathews of Tallahassee I
. . Yd. Students
performed the dou
A graduate of Lakeland
ble-ring ceremony. After a wadding trip, the .i
High School, Miss Craft attended
100*. Seren lew Ch.lrWebbing Lakeland Business Institute Given in marriage by her couple will be at home at 531
< stepfather, the bride wore a W Jefferson Street Tallahas .
and is
employed by
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Chemical Corp., Bartow white Alencon lace over satin bride is a Junior at
10 Asserted Celors yd. / Airman Threlkeld, a graduate She carried a cascade bouquetof Florida State University, Tallahassee -
of Livingston Central High white Fugl mums.Attendants in the College of
Or let ui reweb your Lawn Furniture School Burma, Ky., attended Arts and Sciences, majoringIn r :
for you. Paducah Junior College, Paducah Miss Katherine Bussl of Miami history and irynoring in Aic : 1
;. A t' r Ky., and University of was the maid of honor English. The bridegroom after
1066 S. FLORIDA AYE. PH. MU 3-3281 Maryland. He Is stationed with and Miss Diane Smith of Miami graduating from high ? : .,
the U.S. Air Force in Tachl- was the bridesmaid They school, entered the service.He .
MISS PEGGY CRAFT kawa, Japan: 0 wore matching sheath dressesof is a senior at Florida State
green chiffon. Nancy McDonald University where he will be
OFFER YOUR SERVICES of Lakeland, junior graduated In August. He is
Regularly In The Business Directory In The LEDGER bridesmaid, wore yellow or majoring in history and has
Classified Columns. Dial MU 6-II51 I gandy. a minor in philosophy '

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I. .' I Miss Linda Kay Albritton of Dressed like the honor attendant .
11. ,' .; . / Bartow became the bride of were Miss Sharon Tid-

Thomas Wayne Johnson yesterday well of Bartow and Miss
afternoon at St. Carole Brock, bridesmaids.
'" .. Joseph's Catholic Church The Susan Lynn Edwards was
Rev. William O'Farrell, pastor flower girl.Richard
performed the ceremony
following music by Mrs. Shar Johnson served his
Bickford brother"as best man. Ushers
on organist.
The bride is the daughterof were Robert Johnson, the
Mrs John Calvin Albrittonof bridegroom's brother, Alton
Bartow and the late Mr Couturior, Bob Waller and Mr
Albritton Parents of the Oglesby
bridegroom are Mr, and Mrs A reception followed at the
Robert R Johnson, 1805 Providence Tuesday Music Club. Assisting
? 0 Road. in hospitalities were Miss
0i Given in marriage by her Lynn Head. Miss Sue Craw
i brother, John Calvin Albritton ford. Miss Linda Miller and
4 ; Jr, the bride wore a floor Miss Susan Banks
length grown of Chantilly lace The couple is honeymooning
the one and oitftf ,F x 0 and bombazine. She carrieda at East Coast beaches.
I'f' I tl fItSuppIlosei bouquet of white roses, They will live at 2504 Exchange .
Support! 1'hosiery centered with a white orchid. Ave. The bridegroom
Mrs Hugh J. Oglesby was is employed by W R. Grace
the matron of honor She worea division, Davison Chemical
Phoenix floor-length gown of blue Company In Bartow. Mrs.
crystallne She carried one Johnson works for Orange
long stemmed pink American State Life Insurance Company
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Leads a busy life, always seems to be dashing somewhere from marketing to/club meetings, to
bridge parties, but she's comfortable come what may, when she's wearing comfortable Supp-Hosa

stockings for the leg support she needs . ,
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while Insuring comfort hour after hour with Supp.Hose stockings and looks as fresh as a rose'at '7,' q I,
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II i S Louise Zander, daughter of Jersey He is working for
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I , I II I der Jr, 3104 NE Ninth St.. Red Bank. N JGraduating.
) became the bride of Ronald
I I 'I I I Curtis Barrett, son of Mr and
I I Mrs L. C. Barrett of Lakeland
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The couple was married at
First Methodist Church chapelby '

iill our very<< otcn . the Rev M Wayne Lang. Class, 54 ,
ford Nuptial music was presented '

the Kitrefootthony special<< spring tale<< Fort.Ulo's ganist and by L.soloist Davis Long or. To Organize

DANA Solid Cologne The bride wore a peau de
byDayton irraj>aroiiiiii" girdlechanges << cote and Alencon lace gown. An organizational
regularly $2.25' : She carried a Bible, topped meeting
for the 1954
iclf/i graduation class
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with a white orchid and
of lJlialJa Lakeland
High School
of the
now just 61.00.eachl i 5.99 The valley bride's sister, Miss reunion will be held Wednesday .
at 8pm. at First Federal
1.99So Ploy it cool this spring with DANA'S refreshing, glide-on Marjorie Zander, was her sis.1.ter' community room, Grove Park
fragrance Smooth, mist SOLID COLOGNE ii so Invlgor. Never before such shaping value . and at maid of honor. Bridesmaid AU
ottng to the touch. Swirl It on from limb to limb, on the such o price! Fortuna wraparound g,rdle was Miss Judy Dundeeof members of this graduating .
light, so comfortable, so casual . a new nope of your neck under your chin! anticipates your every figure problem with Lake Worth. They wore class are to attend in
Economical end eosy to use, DANA SOLID COLOGNE amazing control . eliminates bulges with blue satin street-length gowns order that foundation plans
barefoot feelingfrom Dayton of MiamI. The' travels beautifully . takes. up a minimum amount of two-position Interlocking panel Snap panel and carried of red may be made for the reunion
softly draped strap It securely anchored to o space, offer a maximum amount of usage at the control you want and zip it closed The roses and to be held later this
pink year.
Regularly priced at $2.25. for a limited time, lest than carnations
long wearing crepe sole Select several pair at flop-over front panel slims your tummy. Non- .
half price) In three choice Calvin Fieleke of Tampawas If class members are inter
fragrances TABU binding elastic woist '
white black S to easel you gracefully into
beige or gold
this tiny price; World I known, world. loved, 20 : best ested in the
CARATS Spicy, line, Lino elast /c White, M" man. Kenneth Zan meeting, but un
9. Sorry, no mall I or phone orders icphiiticoted AMBUSH . Flowery youthful 26.36, 16" 26-40. der and Larry Hall of Lake- able to attend contact Mrs
Plus Fed. re* : and, ushered Roger Giddens, MU -3611. or
Maas' .Fashion Hosiery Maas' Cosmetics \ Maas' Fashion Foundations A reception was held in the Mrs Richard Combear, MU
church parlor. Miss Joy Bar 8-2053

-, . . .. . . . USE YOUR CONVENIENT MAAS' CHARGE rett! bridegroom's sister, kept
the bride's book. Assisting IP PROPER fit. adults' conventional -
hospitalities were Miss Louise oxfords
Arey. bride's cousin, and Miss IMPROPER fit.
1 I Frances Daniel conventional I

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SOFT FLUFF HAIRDO by New York hairstylist John Christie keys the spring-summer J! f'
to styles a la the 1930s. Christie (left) feathers the ends to make the hair fall softly.
favors pin curls for close-to4he-head coiffures.

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One more time seems to be Christie, after conferring with HHBHHHBHB, S/ ;
[the credo of international stylists. ! a noted European stylist about $3 T5
Paris design trends, executed :
Riding the crest of spring his version a soft fluff.
I haute couture Is a 1930s! revivaL If
And where fashions your face is round you PER WEEK! ,
may want some height at the
f lead, far be-
hairstyles are not crown. Otherwise this Is not
the season for towering bouf
Accompanying frills and fants.
[ bows and navy sailor hats Christie's soft fluff Is cut to
reminiscent of the era are chin length and has a wide a\ m EVENING
; hairdos cut to the jawline and side wave. Occasionally he
worn close to the head. A will cut bangs and comb themto FASHION
glance at the family photo al- touch or cover the eye-
bum will show that the severely brows.In .
bobbed hair and bangs many instances, the hair I SHOW
of the '30s have been modi I
is shingled in back but he II I
feels most women will prefer r
fied.The ri
'64 styles are soft and their hair to be more softly i% tl3
feathery on the sides and shaped to the head and ta Carol
smooth and straight in the pered to follow the natural 4
back but not chopped off. hairline. WHAT YOU GET! S .. Crain's

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1 7 Wo Mo Kl Zan Horizon Club Marcum, president; Nancy Davis ,l I.y<*4 ta nhwtwlCOM .S i 27th
Girls and Explorer Scout Post vice president; Lynda Lee 'IN AND UT US MOVI ITI April
l 104 will be guests at the home Burke, secretary Pam Mai- 8:00 PJH.Promenade I
, of Mr.' and Mrs. Horace CANNONMUSIC
Ion treasurer: Kathryn Woods,
Jacobs III After
I Saturday. scribe; Anne Brooks and Nan.
, swimming the two groups will cy, Cook hostesses; Cindy CO. ShopIA
test their skills in a cookout. :
Tanda Mega Camp Fire Brooks candletlghter; Chere 101 S. 'Iorl4. Ass.Ph. .
Girls of Lime Street School Bellotto reporter; Cynthia Ta- 12.114' Lal.,.". \
have Invited the Singing Blue her song and prayer leader; 0,." bider tNln, ,
Margaret Trask monitor; Pam
Birds to meet with them Tues holder.
Cannon flag
day afternoon at the home of -
their guardian Mrs. O. J. I
Paige. The Shleta Maka Junior
Hi Girls will teach the two
group folk dances and join I 1026E. IA

them la a song test. I .Or V Q c.. eo. ...
O Da Konya Ta Wan Ka I Memorial i c.;... tJ: CJ c.. c:. osr
Camp Fire Girls of John Cox I < c=. O C* O O and North Lakeland Elementary I Blvd. GG Gv V; O O
Schools whose guardians I --- -,
are Mrs. J. N. Medlin and
Mrs. J. E. Roberts, have elect ;
ed the following officers: Don- I
na Lane president; Rebecca I NOW! 4
Gumtow vice president; San AJ.IqiptrsjJecittM
dra Edwards, secretary; Sue
Malta treasurer; Katrina Bass \
and Karen Kletter. telephone; i Carol Craig
Melissa Roberts, music direc

tor. ''I I "IteN a
Wadatika. Junior Hi Camp
Fire Girls will go to Highlands
Hammocks State Park, Se- . of fashion
bring for weekend camping. in the Perfume Charm of B S
Some of the girls will workon t\us7 i wit slid wiles
requirements necessary hi \
achieving their Torch Bearer FLOWER t .
rank in outdoor living TorchBearer I DESERT a Advance your own career, young distaff
is the fifth and high
est rank in Camp Fire. The I v I executives, with these dress up looks of

group will be accompanied by. I, clever Carol I She knows just where to
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilder.
Shleta Maka Junior Hi Camp / odd a flirt of femininity . just whereto

home Fire Girls of Mr.will and meet Mrs.at R the L, pFS r Fi add the crisp of tailoring/ The sum

Alien Saturday afternoon for I 1 total? A host of fresh looks for office
and barbe-
cue.a swimming All the girls party will share In . and on . and on'! For a start, pretty-

i the responsibilities of the please yourself with these . .and do

i party their and Group fulfill a Torch requirementof Bearer I I 1 ._ charge! A. Two-piece costume In white/

rank the fourth rank in CampFire I I / orange, white/turquoise; 816. . 26.00.B. .
and a new one added in I
Two-piece DacrorV polyester in
the program revision two I loo crepe
years ago. Mrs. James Childs I lu> auEnchanting white/orange, white/willow; 8-16 . .

is WI their Ish guardian.Te Camp Fire Girls I Toilet Water and Beauty Bath to bathe I r 23.00. C. Two-piece seersucker in blue

of Lime Street have elected '! away dry skin in perfumed luxury.Two ounces each. 1 or brown; 8.16 . 18.00.
the following officers: Jill
by Shulton I
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12-C LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April 2(, IM4 11

Saving on Elegantly Designed -CrossonyVtoranMISS 11Ii Ii

c4 e BARTOW-The engagement
I of Miss Pauline Jeanette Cros-

IOn to James F. Moran ant
of Mr and Mrs. M. J. Moranof ,

Lake Alfred, has been announced a'N
by the brlde-elect'a

parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, P. I 1I 1IY
Croiaon, 1393: Plnehurtt St. b 9I

Wedding plant will be an .

Miss Crosson was a memo
ber of the DOT at Bartow

Senior High School, where she
was graduated. She Is employed -

by Board of Cpunty yld YM ,
Mr Moran received his early
education In Wilkesbarre, Pa.?
and was graduated from Win 'bt
ter Haven High School. He Is
office manager at the Firestone -
t /XM PAULINE CROSSON. Store here.
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will be graduated from Florida J

will receive a degree In sociology

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= l'' -S ''' 'J DOUBLE DRESSER, MIRROR, Be Scarce
Will Work
hr,4MYrM O95
/ras IMMl. $1A

about half check with the local commercial -.

aNnw rtiLr flt will' be 300,000 col- and:employment of course, should agencies keep
'a, ; r10 a TIM but can &.. Blta fnnct In MiHwntlt tandi. PrarineMdMfcn . regular coun an eye on the help wanted;;
It nfecM.Hi*"tocdtHi* rou*At ..M... BurnPM have to be at ads in this newspaper. '
1 i to_lion to MlbM" to chMT tny 'beom. Note al.! some a lot more than extra pocket
tlNM ear tNt..... sow,kr. bowahont *M r* ........ in camps train money. They can give students
pull, dux-prod top drmrt, ......... .butt, wM Mk tnt 1.:5; for teen-agers, a unique opportunity for
.hwdwwtf Inter.......You Pins ChoIce et tin,".. ....., tttofMM .. In the first hand experience in the
tT Antique hay. v *. iMmw of Own* in exchange business world, to firm up
.e and assisting career choices,, and to establish -
." .. useful contacts for the
' future.
'iI1M \- Jobs that
I (and Perhaps more Important,
still, help students develop :
) are at they
, NTASTlCr"'FRlNCH OPEN TILL9P.M. l > / country clubs, and confidence In
..... ... ..* 4 SOFA I' working with others, and to
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F I.'iI tlgnlagrt Tw .p.J amusement
I]I. dare .,....h_....,.-""" ..... ..-.... take responsibility and initia-
.dA 4'r JJur:: .'!! +.M:.!I.!ehao 66nbw.bnrl.,j tive. This will stand them in''
I Jobs good stead when school days
Government are over
I, summer jobs For thousands of teen-agers,
special I 1 summer time is saving tim
I. The usually toward meeting college *;
alone employs expenses. With the college "
I workers, costs rising year after
Mississippi. year, students can and should:
I II I about take on some of the money
work, responsibility themselves.
of A student's earnings from
25: part-time and summer work
45, "Sum. help ease the family's financial
in Federal burdens and can serve I.
II cents.) to strengthen the student's
own motivation.
make a .
students ,vl
months, often :
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.- -- 11900 I want summer to miss fun Regional Mee/r
Thk d.aN dmwN.wk..han,b. Slated Tuesday
,'kan.b.dr'.w LowLrlr..tn 1.brdkxndr.1tn.br.lsr... I source of
i I are
I train- First Baptist Church will be
.r _--__--- programs of many large host to the Florida regional'
'I companies, Including life insurance Training Union convention
companies, banksand Tuesday.
industrial corporations. Registration Is at 2 p.m. and
School guidance teachers are worship at 2:30: p.m. The high
Wash'n Wear FurnitureREMOVABLE the best source of informationIn light of the session will be the
this areaEmployment: Intermediate Sword Drill at
450; p.m.Another.
Offices Help
session will beginat
I State employment offices 7 p.m. with a worship sere;
REVERSIBLE REPLACEABLE take special interest In students Ice. The Young People's Tour-
\ looking for summer' nament will begin at 8:40: p.m.
work. New York' for example Miss Sharlene O'Doniel, member -;
has set up a Youth Employment of the host church, will-
I y Washable Covers All Foam100; % RayonBAHAMA Service (YES for represent the South Florid!
I I short). Students should also Association in the tournament_ ;"
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LOUNGE The Man who has

served YOU well in '
$59 ,
48" Wedge Bolster Y
the past deserves your ,

Makes Comfy Single Bed tr
continued confidence.
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"11'I.ere It Costs So Little To Own Ueantltul Ft'raeltllre" f

David B. -s:

MATHER of Lakeland Higginbottomhas t h ,

served YOU well .

820 H, Mass Ave. Phone MU 2.6131 In the past.

Vote For

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field in the eighth inning. leadIng .

Detroit to a 5-2 victory over

+ : Minnesota S.turd.y.McAuliffe'l .
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blow highlighted a
4ma three-run outburst which the I

tiPIIIST Tigers needed as the Twins rallied --.tQA

in their half of the inning

ersham and chased starter Dave Wick- PODRES HIT-Let Angoloi Dodgero pitcher Johnny Pedro his left h..... Pedal, o oouthpow .hod just recovered from u ore

Will, whirls end dropi Mi kef .. he to hit en tilt loft elbow by e ono, h. loft tho .."' Sod woo taken to hoipital for XI. -,.,.. I

Larry Sherry quelled theTwins' Warns Spoil pitch ycitordoy In the third Inning of the Dedgore' ..... catcher to Joe Tens (AP Wlrephoto)

uprising, and preservedWickersham's game with the Milwaukee I..".. Th. tall lo ihtwH |just bock afSPAHNBEATS I
second victory

against one loss.

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Twins had scored one run and

had runners at first and third DODGERS

with one out. lie struck out Har- ;

mon Killebrew and got Don

Mincher on a flyout. ,

IASI ST..TCH-MIIIII.. *. TwiNe tint bowmen DM Minchor, N. S. lo pulled off the Minnesota's Camilo Pascual.

kef .no) otrotchoo In tempt t* gob boll (Near his hood) ... a bad throw In fourth Inning .> Detroit'i! now 11. had a three-hitter until

Don Dometer leopo IN .1 lr after booting nit bunt IN tkerr AmoricON ....|.. .."'. yottordoy .t the McAuliffe eIghth. He left the game aft- PODRES' ARM INJURED
er tripled home AlKaline
Mia..p& s.i. '..1. D. ,et,,'. bunt wont dewN thbd boot lino .nd Twin.' Rich Rollino .... .. th.I.ll .
and Don Demeter and
sad node bad throw t* Micher first H. woo charged with ." ."., D.m.oewet, to oo ond scored himself on Don Wert's

.. the overthrow. Detroit each Pot MJIIn lo In foreground. Detroit won, 5-1. (AP Wlrophoto.) double

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(AP) Pitcher tied 1.1 and sent the decidingruns II I 4 I ottlt Mill
roundod out for Itonoo In 4ihi bon -
Jim Maloney singled two runs acrossWillie yd4X lor' Botttr In tttii c-FIIrd out torRoiond AP LAKELAND. FLORIDA SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1964 SECTION, PACI ONI
( Milwaukee
In tin
across in the fifth inning Saturday .Mays singled the
D.,.... lot too ._. southpaw Warren Spahn
and set the rampaging San Giants' only run across In the ilniwMto' 1M 000 010-1 .
fired a four hitter for his first
69 a-Poocuel PoMInt PO-A-Dolrolt I?
Francisco Giants down with six of the fifth
top inning. Chuck 15 I MlnnoMte 1711. LOB Detroit ;. victory of the season and No.
bits in a 31 Cincinnati victory Hiller singled in the Inning after Mlnnotote 1IB Trash Yanks
351 of his career
wart Rolllnt IS McAulllfoSMcAwllfte Saturday as
Maloney collected the first hit two were out and moved up as Wlcktruiom: SFProtKonIP the Braves dealt the staggering
by a Cincinnati pitcher this season Duke Snider drew a walk. After M 5 I* IB 10Wkktiem Los ,
W 1171-1 ? I i i ) Angeles Dodgers another
In the fifth with the ICOreHansen's Mays singled Hiller home, Ma- Soon Il-S I 1 I S setback 5-1
loney got Willie McCovey on a ".IC.." L, II .r 13 0 I 1 4 4
II..10 .1010" 0 1 0 The Dodgers who have won
line drive to second base Rolond I S I 1 0 1 only two of 11 games in defense! Trip Orioles
IAN CINCINNATI Hop -0. Sherry Sottov) WP -Pot-
PIANCI.COI not U..toer. loiorno, Velontlno, McKlnley of the National League pennant
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Bnlder.,I 3 Q 1(1I1t'3b 4 another crushing blow
N.,..", 4 ''Koo.."." 4 0 when
M.conI.1f l 0 IIHobinren 1 southpaw Johnny Podres NEW YORK (AP) Tom ter Joe Gaines and John Orsino
r-mll: 3 col.msn.ib Johnonlb\ j 66 was hit on the left elbow by a Tresh drove in three runs witha and got pinch hitter Sam Bow-
Triple Tops Spahn pitch in the third
.... 4 : OICard....... II IALLIT DANCER Inneti'i inning. 1p two-run homer and a single ens on a fly ball

H..3b....... 0 H.- IfP. .. Tommy Harper oeemo tobo Padres Severe Bruise Ms Saturday as the New York Mickey Mantle's bunt single
II making first
M A ou mUalODt' doing a oort of ballet 4... of the year after overcoming appearance . Yankees downed Baltimore 4-1 preceded Tresh's homer Into the
Bosox 4-2 t.l..b. f 0 Earns LeadIn I .8 on a four-hitter by Jim Bouton right field bleachers In the sec-
d Abu 0p ao bo toms off the ocoreboardIN arm trouble, left the and Steve Hamilton. -
I "' ond. Successive
TOTALfl 31 1 OITOTAL8 30 J Turoiindtd game However, X I rays die ! /
out for Smford In 7thi left centerfold. to chen closed Bouton pitched no-hit ball 'un- Bobby Richardson' and Roger

CHICAGO (AP) Ron Hansen o-u fl fps'' rSuIfoJo" la.OthClnclnnoU in. ou>> e oiuuck double' hit by SON '.."CIK. Texas Spahn only himself a severe, shook bruise off the tll Jackie Brandt singled up the Marls added another Yank run

tripled home two runs in a Bon rrtncloce. .. ?. . 000 too O10 950 =!SC'I.c".iI 1 IB Gust. Willie MeC....' IN OpenSAN effects of a line smash off the middle with two out in the I In the third.
Hollor PO-A PronclHO sixth Norm Siebern broke the
third that carried
three-run Inning Die
11-10. Molonor. Cor.d olghth Inning yesterday ,.", bat of John Werhas in the fifth Marls Hurt
the Chicago White Sox past nM ond Johnoon LOB-Bon Freniloro shutout bid with his first homerof
0. ClnclnnoU 0. ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) inning. The 43-year-old great Marls beat out a bunt In the
the Boston Red Sox 42 Satur aMoOo"". Opodo. Poooo, Care .t Cincinnati. Tho ball to otlll IN E. J. (Dutch) Harrison the 54- was hit on the left wrist. The the year In the seventh sixth and left the game in the
dw.a '' ;" 'N no;' .5 ..t 0 the air, 1 lower loft corner, oo year-old veteran of 35 tours I ball bounced over to the first After Bouton walked Luis next Inning because of a pulled

day.The White Sox ,were aided by 4'loo e.nferd v nos. S:I i i I? ?3 1 2 2U H..,., glvai cneie. Cincinnati 1 shot a four.under-par 66 Saturday -I baseman Oliver for the putout. Aparlclo opening the ninth. muscle In his left leg.
10 bases on balls, six walks be- to jump from a tie for Spahn struck out four and Manager Yogi
-williomo, BmlUi, Pilokovdoo' Oor. WON, I.I. AP WI.h....) with Hamilton left- It was the first victory for
ing served by Ed Connolly be- non. T-t M A--4 870 Fourth Into the lead at 54 holes I walked only one He lost a bid a but iouton, who was the Yanks'

fore Earl Wilson came to the In the $40,000 Texas Open. for his 63rd lifetime shutout lander, Siebern singled first major holdout In over IS
struck hit
rescue In the third and finished Records Tumble The Arkansas Traveler of the I when Werhas walked and scoredon out pinch years this spring until he finally -

the game I Hagen and Sarazen era sank a I Lee Walls' pinch double with capitulated to threats of a
BOITOM CMICAOO 40-foot putt on the 18th greenas I two out In the seventh. SIOO-a-day penalty.
M ebrHbifenllllno Villanova
ib 4100 Hirib eor tt 1110BrOMOUd I a Jammed gallery cheered. The Braves picked up a runoff 5AL11A105I. NIW 'l'O"KIIrt..dl.c1
M 4111 Buford 1111' In Drake Relays He had made the 54 holes in 202. I Padres in the second when h I Lln., hORlrh'd
Vrokl H-rt 4 t. Poblnwn rt 41 I I!
Joe Torre : took second D.2brfJ
M.I_ 3b 4111 Honoen M liltlluert He overtook Gordon Jones of' singled AP"lcio," ,
I lb d151 Nlchouwn M t 0 0 0Mentllol Orlando, Fla, who had come In I on an infield out and scored on r' 01 I :1': 1tbalalnel
rf 4000 Cun'em lb 1000 Dominates OMsup I
Con.'llere cf 1 111 Won 2S sill with one of the tournament's Lee Maye's double : Orono., 0 11C1
{ HA.le.lt 311 0 Carrion 0 3110 DES MOINS, Iowa (AP) tuna senior, got into the Olympic I LOS .ANOSLII MILWAUKIIt 0 'lp'Pllon..t_
Ml.on e 1111 Swirl 1000eTIIImon picture with a remarkable lowest rounds a 65, for a 203. r k kl ..1,051HIII..s S >. a _-00. 0 6'Ho..rd.oHGhln.on.311 '
0 1000 M...." e 0000Connelly Olympic hopefuls miler Tom 0' Harrison twice winner of the' 4 000 Ateu cf 4000Olllitm : Ad.Iy3 b 0 0 "Onr.rt,75 R
> 1000 Buinerdt a. 0 0Wilton Hara of Chicago Loyola and 518in\ the triple Jump missing hllI I 10 4100 Mo.twwi N 3150 I I Osmllton,5htUiir 0
Texas Open was shooting ... Penn
p ISIS the national bop.tep.ndjumplm.rk r D.r1. M 010 .on rf 4)1Howord ) 0 RelaysPHILADELPHIA ; : :5
T..... M 111 T..... 311 r 0 Gayle Hopkins of Arizona led a third straight sub-par round and I rf dill Cllno rf 000McMullon 0 o _0
.. for hi bGrwndedowl by only l'/4 inches. lb 000 Torro C 411
Nlion ttii I : UP IN! AIR-Ge.lo Hopkins 3a4i
for Cerreen M WiCkweoo wholesale record-smashing at- was elght.under-par for the 54 W Davie cf 4 000 Ollwr lb 411rYerhot 2 TOTALS 35l4IOTAtI
5ar, w III --) I Hopkins' 51-8 was almost two holes : 3b II" M... M 4011 of Arliono hot oomethlng to boup VII.I I s-u:;\send. poi P''rpr.-U' :, '.lhltrd
.. tack In the 55th Drake Relays (AP) -
C.mllll for
4IConnolly | 1010 501111531' 4000odrot 511.
tel eotie* feet better than the former
Cht- Gene Littler, former National ,' p 0000 Men_. M 1010iOriMO In sir okeut H. borolymuted anova dominated the rremle RilUmor. . . .r..I'. J.o:
PO A Barton 14-11
.. Saturday. Drake record of ,9-, set byHouston' Open champion and DID 0000 ...M II 1000ttlllh tko notlenol triple jump H'. lurk . 'M-l
Cuorilnehom. Terry ,
.. end
W. : LIII1f
I. U-10 his ,lo Ice. relay events as they haven' s-nuns;. i.epii PO ;;;.
O'Hara, making first out- In 1958. o
.._ Butord.Won
end Ituort Smyth ..
a youngster from Muleshoe I'W.III 1011Ptrrm record ot ho competed In the 21-8. N York 51.5 DP--Ap.loIO.
.... OurhorHI, Monoen been 'In 19 years, but North Carolina -;
ond Cunni. "' door start after a sensational Indoor O'Hara entered the ikl, .d.lr sod 11onl Ohbrn Ap.rlolD
Although 0 0 0 0
end __ LO.-_'" t, 0111ur I Tex., led the tournament going :Minor o 0000TOUH kop-otop-esd.jump, ovont ot the College's Norman Tate .nd 51.0,5. 1Oa--asltlmore 5. ....
campaign uncorked a typical dim of crackIng York 15O5bhuumn
.Brooooud. Molnne 1 IB_HonoonWOK. meet hopes Into its third round Saturdaywith 51111 Tololl 5010 I D..... 1t.1.,. yeoterdey IN Deo wept indivlduat honors In the lIorl.. N5-absre.
1 IB arm-flapping stretch driveto .
the four-minute barrier, -lItn for Podroi In SrdbDoubld Trtl".
ISH.chbO'N.IP in 114.Littler. ,tor, W linilo In 7mLoi Mol".., 1_.. Hit oHort m...- windup of the Penn Relays Saturday I-6ou10I. H 5 1..0
win Drake mile
N 5111110Celu a special rose to the challenge of early ....... .. al as
soared to a 71 and Dill I Ih.d tot ON 1001Milwoukoo
Wiloon, Ily. .G ii.... t IJ-J t-I.> 1 I a 1 e* 1Sum.rdt 1 4:01: slashing more than four pacesetters In the special mile. a 72. Littler fell down to a I t-Monko POA-loo 0)0 001 OJ.-' sired 51 feet, I Inckeo. This holitiMt 'nPIi:.: ro..rW.t.1) f J I f f t i
W. M 0 0 t t 0 I seconds from the meet record. O'Hara who had complainedof Ano4lol. 14-10 two feet better then the Villanova became the third lI.mlltonProtel
tie for fifth at 205 and Dill to a Iwoukoo 1117 OPIwMli and McMullon .- 0'". min In 5th.Smih. .
-..-. winning ,Jump wot shy of the win four ..ndthe
event to relays
caught John Camlen of Empo- Ken Venturi, making a comeback IP N. I. SBIOPodroi
rla. Kan. State coming off the after of absence : L, 0-1 t I I I IrVllhlto 0 the SI-9V. NCAA merk.. Hop. first since Michigan In 1915

SouthernRollins final turn and sprinted to a four from the winner's years circle and I...'....kl 4 1114 5 1 1 )1 1 0 3 1 kiss .h.".... J.... Ow....' 19* Pitt did it In 1939. Despite 77

yard victory. Dan Sikes tied for third with Wilier:limn. W 11. t 1-1.1 0 3 1 1 0 I 0 1HapSi '..'.014 record IN the brood Tate, from East Orange, N.J., ,
204 Venturi shot a 68 Saturday SMhn (Podroi). UJackrwkkl 'jump Frldey, wlfti o loop of 1'. scored two individual victories
Sets Pace
DoubleheaderWINTER while Slkes had a 69. :..'.,a154.crawford Voreo, For mon. T-5,57.,I 2, (AP Wlrephoto) anchored two winning North Smith LeadsTitleholders
Split Camien also broke the old Carolina College relay teams

\ meet mark- of 4:05: .4 set -last and was voted the meet's outstanding .

year by Dyrol Burleson, with a collegian.He .

PARK It was Gustafson doubled, took thirdon 4:018 clocking Early in the took broad Jump at 24

pitcher's day here yesterday a fielder's choice and scored race, the pace was set by Pat II II in opening day activity Friday -

afternoon as Florida Southern on Bob Ennis single McNeal of Kansas State and then added the triple Jump AUGUSTA, Ga (AP) De-
College of Lakeland and the FSC had taken a 1-0 lead In Ray Stevens of Nebraska with ,..' : with a hop.ltep..nd.jump or ending champion Marllynn

host Rollins College Tars split the first Inning when Frank O'Hara running fourth or fifth. 4 ai 08'4 Saturday before a crowdof Smith slumped to a 77 in the

a Florida Intercollegiate C0nference Oktavec. who led off with a On the back stretch of the final I : a, 39,142 third round of the Titleholders

doubleheader. single, came home on catcher lap Camien charged ahead Anchors RelaysHe Golf Tournament Saturday but

Rollins took the seven-Inning Darrel Fulton's sacrifice fly followed closely by O'Kara. But also anchored the North still tied her own 54-hole record

opener, 21, and Coach Hal Ron James bad Southern's the little Loyola redhead cut Carolina College relay teams or 216 and held a three-stroke
' Smeltzly's visiting Macs came only other hit off Cheney a down Camien around the last 1 N f.T hat won the 440, In 41 seconds lead over favorite Mickey

back to take the second 1-0, scratch singleSouthpaw turn and won easily nat and the 880, In 1:25.8.: Wright

n in nine innings. The second con- Ken Huebner limit "I was Just running to win" / The other outstanding Individal Ram and a cold wind dropped

test also was scheduled for seven ed Rollins to five hits but was said OHara "I didn't care u. performers, were Villa temperatures and sent scores
frames bothered by wildness about the time but I didn't ova's Vic Zwolak, who ran on soaring. The lowest round ofthe

y Only four pitchers saw action Fred Mayer's single ta the seem to have the zip I did in- I three winning relay teams and day was a one-over-par 73.

-two for each nine. Hitters on top .f the ninth plated Hueb doors. a t! won the 3000 meter steeplechase by Shirley Englchorn of Los Angeles

4 both clubs were able to manage net to give the Mocs the sec- Hopkins was in brilliant form in 8:12.8: and big Bob which left her seven

only 17 hits for the two end contest. Huebner had as the Davenport Iowa, high 'k"6 ( ti I Ihn Hayes of Florida State. strokes back at 223.

games. reached first en a single, took school product went all out for Hayes, running in the Olympic The 77 by Miss Smith, who

The opening lots knocked second en a passed ball and the home folk. development section of the meet plays out of Runaway Ban Ja

FSC out ol any possible went to third en a fielder's He topped 50 feet on all six added for Olympic hopefuls try. maica, was 11 strokes worse

chance to win the FIC title. choke. of his triple jumps. His best was leg for a spot on the U.S. team than the 66 she shot Friday to

Rollins still has a chance t* Right hinder Ken Murphy, Just l'/i inches under the NCAA to visit Tokyo this faU rippedoff shatter three tournament records -

evertake league-toadlng Miami who lost to Rollins on Friday mark of 51''4 set by Luther a 93 100-yard dash and a .

Rollins and Miami meet in a relief role, went the distance Hayes of Southern California in ,e tffr 20.8 around the curve on the 220. "The course played a lot

next weekend a three-fame for the Moss, allowing 1961.The Villanova, which won the dunce :' longer today," said Marilynn.
series only five hits Terry Williams Olympic triple Jump record medley and the four-mile "They set the tees further back

The Mocs have three games wu touched for only five hitsas is 55-1% set by Poland's anchored by Zwolak Friday, and the rain made it so dark Ifelt

remaining, all at home with the he went the route for the Joezek Schmidt in the 1960 added the sprint medley and the like I was playing at night."

University of Tampa. Tampa losers. Games at Rome. two mile in 3:23.4 and 7:31.7. Miss Smith needs a 74 in Sun-

will be at Lakeland's Henley Chuck Olsen of Rollins with In a special shotput. Texas respectively Saturday and then day'. final round to break the

Field for a 3IJ: p.m. contest two singles In the second game, A&M's Randy Matson betteredthe r missed on two chances to become 72-hole record of 291 set by Patty -

Friday and a twinbtU Saturday -was the only player of the dayto NCAA freshman record witha the first team ever to winthe Bern In 1933.

collect more than .one hit toss of 641. The present markof five relays I Miss Wright of Dallas Tex.

Rollins right-hander Charles C""T Sash eeo. _1 S Ioee 83-7 was held by Dallas Long The Wildcats ran third In the shot a 75. Five strokes back at
Cheney stopped Southern on, 50 LlN. .. toe lie -a o tend WINNER SPRAWLS AT FINISH-Anthony Wotton, who ron onchor for Okie' Kerne IN tko. 440. lalfmile and fifth In the mile.I 221 were Judy Kimball of Sioux

two hits in the seven-inning -H.,04r ) Fallow crust sod WINNER yard univenity ,..., .t the D..... Reloyo" ,..,..4., In; Des Meinei, lewe collopwd' tho trock' tko North Carolina College won the(,City Iowa and JoAnn Prenticeof

battle. The Tars came up with 'COM' San.. MILAN Italy (AP) Nike end of bio winning finish. Ho woo helped t. big feet, opperently not oerfeutly hurt. Tko 0111....... first and Morgan State the latter Birmingham Ala. Miss Kim.

the winning run In the bottom OO LINI' . = eoe eoe eet n*=I o o f }I Hanover won the -10.000 Grand teem covered the dntonco IN 40.6. Other teem member wore Prestos ...".", Phil Aldridge, end edging St John's Each was ball had a 78 and Miss Prentice

cf the fifth inning when Bob .r.ret sod Fool...... Wdh.o..ea Prix of Milan trot Saturday. Frank De,...... AP Wi..,......) timed to 3:13.. I,77.

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Southern Crew Sunday April 2s, 1H4 TIGERS LOSE '

f LA PlaguedBy TWO TO DB 1

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Second In State By JACK StATION f ....r. Fred Hannum came I.n

InjuriesMILWAUKEE Ledger Sports Editor In relief and gave ., a tying
The Daytona Beach Islanders homer by Jim Mlall la the fifth

' chalked up a pair of Florida and then fanned four el the
TAMPA (AP) The Florida, Cup races b the Henley Regatta (AP) -Troubles lid State League victories over the last six: batters te pick op the

Southern College crew team of la England. mounted for the stagger Lakeland Tigers here last night win.

Lakeland earned a trip to the This was the second loss of tag Los Angeles Dodgers Sat- I at Henley Field. The Islanders got a run b the
the season for Coach Daniels day' as pitchers Johnny Pod- la a marathon 3-hour. 45-mto- third with Nelson Castellanos
Vail Regatta on May I In Water Macs who woo their tint res and Ron Perranoskl and ute nightcap the Islanders tallied was safe on an error with two

Philadelphia. Pa. with its second six outings. Last week Rollins I left fielder Tommy Davis were v five times in the seventh down and scored on Tom Vandiver's .
place finish yesterday in the defeated Florida Southern on, Injured In the Dodgers' $-I r inning to score a 14-11 win over triple.In .

Florida State College Championship Lakeland's Lake HoUingsworth. lots to Milwaukee. the Tigers. Ia the first game the sixth Castellanos was

Crew Regatta. also In record time. Los Angeles which has lost Daytona Beach had chalked upa hit by a pitch and later had to
Coach Bill Daniel's WaterMocs Rollins also will Journey to nine of 11 fames already had 4 11 51ktory.. I retire. Vandlver bunted but Don

finished behind the RollinsCollege the Dad Vail Regatta symbol of ace pitcher Sandy Koufax oa _____n _______m_______ .___.__'__ George Hewlett drove home Pepper bobbled the ban and both
Tan who won their sixth sman college crew racing su the sidelines with aa elbow five Wander tallies ia the night runners were safe The runnen

consecutive title in record titie premacy. injury. cap with a homer and two moved on George Hewlett
The Tars ., C..elli1.. T. The 31.year-oIQ Padres, who DOWN AND OUT-d.t. ft.y. .' HM Nit Yrfc Y..tm En !. t" *.. et k... >>.*. singles. I sacrifice up bunt Felix MUlait t

Bradley rewed the one mile won 14 games in 19(3 and a SIN, eeih son ailS a..IK .... c.Kh.r J.fc. Orn *fc. NN stitches. lad ear ....>., **,.. Nt et Costly errors gave the Daytona singled in Castellanos and stole

sad fhre-ttsteeaths eeune ea Colavito Homers victory in the Dodgers' sweep Y.*.*. S SM >.rt.,.,. The ectiM *... U ....... 1.. tp se ..,. hied. Nit Irsa tWt4 s asyielder 'Beach Islanders the first game second. The two runners heldas
the New York Yankeesin
the Seddoa bland Channel la against '
N ....... .W b/NN/a Siesta i.1i.N. rte ih.e. M Drlisa Ylslees l'1i the pre. and snap Lakeland's win string' Pat Harrop grounded out but
six minutes and 3C .seconds. the World Series was felled
The old time was I:41. I In KC's 3-1 WinKA."IS.S while making his first appearance . 4.1. Is.. Slew Pete i*D.) fA' W.......... !at four. Dick Geminianl lost a4hit both tallied on Jim Merryweath-

FSC was four lengths back of of the year. heartbreaker in his first era single to left.
CITY (AP)-Hotne in basebaD. la the Islander seventh Ham
Rollins at rSJacksonville Sidelined the last few weeks game organized
runs by Rocky Colavito aDd Musial Has
1'1 Wrsity', eight rookie Dick Green powered by a sore arm. Padres was 14 To ChallengeDerby The Tigers knocked aut star Bum was safe when Walt

came ia third at I:M while the Kansas Cry to a :3-1 victory hit by a Warren paM fastball Close CallST. ter Jim JehasM Ia the second Thocle bobbled his grounder,
University of Tampa, after a when. be went to bat lathe owing ea a alt through the box: took second an a sacrifice bunt
Washington Saturday
seat broke In its shell was far! third. LOUIS (AP-Staa Mus- by Walt Thesis that struck the and came home ea aa error.

behind at 7:01. night.Green's home run. which fallowed Davis the National League's *L the nation's physical fitnessprogram Favorites Bill Voss opened the Tiger

Rollins swept to the Junior' CoUvito's single in the batting champion the past two director and formerSt. third with a double off Hannum

vanity crew championship in fourth inning broke all deadm.k. years Jammed his right shoulder Louis Cardinal star narrow Leafs Take He fanned the next two hitters
the time of 6:43.: $. Second, in a Colavito smashed his first when be dived back to Iy escaped injury here Friday LOUISVILLE. Ky (AP- Quadrangle Cecil Cannis Dandy A pitch struck catcher Mike

mild upset, was Tampa at (:SIS of the year ia the second. first la a pickoff attempt lathe in an automobile mishap. Rise and Northern Dancer have' K. Harbor View Farm's Roman Little's shinguards.bounded high
followed by Florida Southern Moe Drabowsky won ia his sixth inning He remained Musial was driving to LambertSi. buried the opposition' from coast Brother. Roy Sturgis Mr. and back to Hannum. who tossed

expected to take second at rust appearance of the season in the game but could do little Louis Airport when his,: to coast but it looks as if at least!Brick and Mrs. Magruder Cup Voss out trying for third. Then

6:SI.9. Jacksonville was last at but needed relief help from more than lob the ball oa a car spun out of control and, 14 three-year-olds will challenge' Dent's Mr. Moonlight Stanley Mull boomed a long homer to

1'061. John Wyatt after he walked throw back to the infield lathe turned completely aroundbecome them Saturday' ia the Kentucky Others considered probable open the fifth and tie the score
crowd turned ial said be did Derby starters are Grand Garcon Big
A large out to Don Zimmer opening the eighth eighth. I TORONTO (AP-The Toronto Both Johnson and Hannum
watch the race in ideal weather I CoUtito also made aa outstanding .f Los Angeles Manager Walt nervous until he got to the la the past. outstanding Bngarde. Cern Pac Ishkoodah. Maple Leafs won their third;combined to blank Pepper and

conditions. defensive play in the I Alston ordered Davis to the plane. horses u HiD Rise the M Derb Royal Chuch He's a Gem Extra straight Stanley. Cop whippingthe :cool off the hard-hitting first

Coach Bradley remarked inning, leaping against the Pennant I hospital for Xrays after the choice and Korthcra Dancer Swell and Admiral Heart. Detroit Red Wings 4-0 baseman.OATTOMA.
after the completion .f tbs game. Davis reported later the 2-1 second choice would Listed as doubtful are Prince
Porch field to
in right grab nrday night. Sat-I KM tAHSIJTOT .
race, that this >as'ear's vanity ,Chuck Hinton long drive. I the hospital examination disclosed Huff Hospitalized scare off the epposttxA. But isdidn't winner Devil Cahimet the Arkansas Farm's Derby Ken.tucty The Leafs, who had lww.A 7 .. 5W( V..5 1 i 1
the erewappean 1K3 eight" which. strong gained T_ sit ment.PemnossJ.. only a strained liga CHERAW. S-C (AP-Profes-: And happen if recent this Derbies year means![ Jug Dtxiaoa Farm's Allen the bntd< the semifinals ef the Thames WAiMIMCTON KANSAS CITY' _ signal football Adauv Dor-Mat-Pat Stable's it with a three-goal flurry to the I ,' 1 1 1.11-_ 1 1
left-handed player Sam Huff anything, those who decided to .1. .
Nrase Nrtw a relief hud period after goalie Johnny IV.-:. i i 1._.... 11 .
,1.u, ;7t IS/54a. d silt ace who had a 1M recordin here to speak at an athletic tackle the big too to the SOS.Odeadded .-:Dvutfee and. Darby Dan Farm's lllN.ts I11
1..A.il/Ctavs11i" ; I.eew..s. Bower had made Andy Songate's ... a 1. T.r.ts
a A in CMW r 4 1Snwrm C9 appearances last year banquet was hospitalized Friday Derby have made the SaltvOte. unassisted tint titLore., I 1 1 s.._.LS a.511 1
1* 1'6 111
sit bred rt lIiC.rwniPS Churns C till lilt: in a collision with Milwau the upper respiratory system.! Tocoy' Lee are the coZy! favorites straight races win be ridden by goat stand up for more than "_ a. .'

5.sn.Ar ( .111 i* ins HU kee's Hank Aaron in the Huff. recently traded by the in the put sever :years to win V2be Shoemaker. The Shoe two periods.A "tS -M S 4ITOTALS JTT 1
5rt.'N a lSSIOrrs. b who has been crowd of 14,171 largest of .... M 'w ...""**" ". ...
Char t 1111 OTM-W f til eighth. Perranoski had to be New York: Giants to the Washington the Derby. riding Northern ;I.AYTo.A .5405 ...?!..! IaN
tn 1 1 1 l*7t I .t. Redskins Kin Rise Caitfbnua Dancer, changed mounts without the season here applauded ... .. .. a1N 1-I
.' relieved after he gave up three was speaking, a cam- ..._ .. _. T_ _..
Owc "0 Mil luo.n.
HiGUour kvi ww 1111 more hits.Miami. at a Cheraw High School dinner signer, and Korthera Dancer,E ever riding Hill Rise. every move made by Toronto in ....._.11". L.I.w..... _.II...
fWMVW ( III* when he was stricken.: tb richest hone m Canadian Shoemaker said Hill Rise impressed the final period as the Maple I.. J.-al'... Vr4w.lotto.

1 CUMOT Owls Mill 1111 TM>* Will He excused himself and was history, are perfect pictures of, him so much fan Cafifcraia Leafs set up a tight defense'...,5Al... L _OS-"...._.._. _.... V._It Lo.__
.-3..A. AI CO..v M pat ..... Takes Two taken to the chesterfieldty Coun1 I contrast ia physical structure.UQ .I that be believed he defiaiterjr around Bower and preserved his V__. ..._..... .._...... _
I:tar.... _tar OiKktMnk"M ten55.sNA .M Mm c-Ura ..., Hospital, where he was treated , Rise owned by El Peso' was the best colt. The shutout.It I iV--' NnMnL la ; .. 10

: .a is --, DeLAND (AP)-Harvey Ya- for a fever and the respiratory Ranch which seat Decidedly: to West Coast hardboot got his marked the tenth time that I sA'a'.Aerr=: : f: e :11 51 t 5:
[-.JMM Cif NI M. "' -! nowtti led Miami to a double- iDfect I.Athletes. victory in the Derby two yean first ride aboard Hill Rise ia the Toronto had won the coveted I .P.1ur..i.'" IC..54I._'. wr

Contact m. today! tax ISk.0*>*. ..tnu CM_ '- header victory: over Stetson. ago is a big strong colt Northern Forerunner at Keeneland last Cup. tying: the Maple Leafs with -- -an. .. wool'- w ..I..rn.IasSVS .

Mm*. SrlMin4i ixt i'GA-.I 134. 41. yesterday. Dancer owned by J.P. Tay-f week and said he still thought Montreal for most Cup triumph .[ as-s..
NA.UIION '* 'WMMraiw 2'-C_L. sans.-141_C.v M-Cso.e. Yanowtti hit two doubles and Honored or's indfiekis Farm of Toronto![ti* had made the right! d< rl
.-- Doe .- 2oe.e 'o.- s-c. :drove ia three runs in the first M a httte colt. His biggest asset[even though his horse scored an 1-anal SII. .1.iij

uz_ _. 4 "I .N N A I I sail. 1Ow..ol5 soc .,game and collected a single and !. TALLAHASSEE. (AP) -Floria u his heart. He Just doesn't][Iw mprtSSlve'ictar)'. UM FSU Netter .....-.... .. .1 .h'II.- 'f "1 1
._ aa Ieai I 1 1 5 5 1 ,la\; double ia the second game State University presented know when to quit. |I Northern Dancer, who hasbreezed .r.M.la .51Ir.rd III
._ P t * 1 driving in one and scoring one. 34 vanity athletes letters forwinter Other hones past the best colts from r..a.'.... "a 5 1 1 s..wa ASS
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t I 11 i| The first'game root was sports. chance of knocking: down the top New York to Florida had victories 311
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best could do Second-seeded lax Wood of -I.TS.w- _. a-J..s
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STJ.OU1S (AP-Roocje VUte had advanced to RoutedAUBUR.'l.

$ White, who had batted only the semifinals with a F2. 1-0 Ala. (AP-A powerful
K- once: before this season hit aworua triumph over Bob McCaanon of Auburn track team tuned
pinch triple to the ninth I
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toning Saturday night boosting unseeded m the]meet into a not with B-42: Southeastern -
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tournament had defeated Paul Conference meet victory
the St. Louis Cardinals. Bennett of Florida State. (-2.2. over Florida here Saturday.
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April 26. IN4 J-D

[I Defeat I Indianapolis Speedway Opens Friday 1

J INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Chevrolet, along with a coupleof under modern speeds. Drivers

Indianapolis Speedway will open front-engine Studebaker.Nov-I have had to stop two or three

for Its 54th season Friday with is, one with sfour-wheel'dnive. times In recent years, just for

Mets, 5.4 the bumps gone from the backstretch There still are 34 conventional -tires. They refueled at the tame I

the seating capacity expanded Indianapolis roadsters time but probably can get by on

PITTSBURGH (AP) Bob to 140,000 and the front- with Offenhauser engines up one fuel stop.

p Bailey drove In four runt with engine versus rear-engine argument front, among the 60 entries

hit first homer of the season I headed for a showdown which will be permitted to start

r and a sacrifice fly Saturday as Jimmy Clark of Scotland who practice and drivers' tests Fri-, ELECTWm.

the Pittsburgh nirat s beat the cc dominated world road racing
New York Mete 5-4 last year, also shook up Ameri trials to pick the 33 "Bill"

The Pirates Jumped off td a can closed courses-notably by starters for this year's race .
four-run finishing a close second to Par set for 18-17 and
lead in the first Inning i are May May
.ar.1h 'itro nelll Jones In the Indianapolis 23-24 I KITCHENSCONSTABLE
on only two hits one of them
!x Bailey's homer Into the lower 500 on Memorial Day. The drivers In the time trials'

J right field stands with two men' Clark drove a rear-engine LousFord will be shooting at Jones' year 1

Jones a conventional old record of 151153 miles an,

on.The young third baseman but highly modified frontengineWatsonOffenhauser hour for the 10-mile test. Foyt,: District #5

&Jtv1i1 drove In the winning run in the and Sutton both have done over

sixth Jerry Lynch scoring on t. The reliable old four-cylinder 1M In tire tests.

the fly to break a 4-4 tie. I Offenhauser rear-engines here Only part of the Increased For li E

The Mets got a run In the, been put In a dozen American- speed Is due to the cars The

second when Amado Samuel built cars this year. Two have bumpy backstretch has been resurfaced 1 'roundthe

,doubled home Frank Thomas.: been driven at fantastic prac- since last year and the t

I They added three more in the, ice speeds by A. J. Foyt and north end of the track has been 9 ,
third on two doubles a single Len Sutton. rebuilt. I \
HAPPY ANGLERS -ThoM .n.lr* ditploy cotchot Mar modowh.lt Clock Q4 B
Ten will
rear-engine cars car
and a groundout The doubles, New tires also factor
f .hmf Ml .f The Belt Well. At left are a ,
lop It Jomoi Rh.." .f Ford
a new engine includinga
each good for one run, were ry They are expected to last the'
Brodonro (Uftl I eel Bobby Smiles end Mar coutht D tlripf of by Ron Hunt and Bob Taylor k ) couple of Colin Chapman's Louses full 500 miles for the first time
block boa while ftikini I...... L.ke. The ....... weighed 6V* Big Pittsburgh left hander from London with Clark -.- _. I SERVICExptrlinctd

poimdi ... they nut Baby D.lt.n for bo it. Top right shows O. C Bob Veale went the distancefor and Dan Gurney as the driven.

Sonchos with boil ... ought whilo using .hi..... .*. ,..... worm the Pirates and got his first t "war, a There also Is a rear-engine TUNGROC VARNISHES wlu ee

H. fuhao1 Littlo Loko Bonny Bottom .Ufl ikwi Woyno 14w.,.. with victory of the season. Mets Marine IHIcle.it A,i5t'-::

ttrinj of blue. broom ... cav.ht while fishing High Tendon ,.... starter Jack Fisher took the J FIGHT DRAW Supra Q. D. Floor Family ManDsptndabU ,.D:tvi

H. mod crkkttt for b..l. Bottom right tkowi Mik Roddy, ..ft. sod loss. Willi
10, t> T...* TopSportun
Jool H.wtt with Iko block box they caught while fishing I...". a 5mtt..11 New vosN J PITTHYsooab e toChr' MELBOURNE (AP) Klmpo Soolor

Loko. They ...d block nit for Hit and the ..,.... wont 7 ......., H.&nt.Sb 4 i04 i04ICi.nnnW: a. t r f fT. Amarflo of Ghana and Austral YOUR VOTE AND
I ........ ..bDhNtt .r .11 SOMI GOOD CATCHt$-Th... anglers won successful whllofiihlitf Ian lightweight champion Gil- SUPPORT WILL BE
Thotnftt.tfHlrkmMct i ol .':n.lf.K.nelll..1 out .f The Belt Wotl. At the top Is Dwight CyHlnj.r ol berto Biondi fought to a 12- LAKELAND GLIDDEN APPRECIATED-

Smith 3Ftahtr OICI.nd.D'D.ll1, i Poltncio Piece with 9-pound, 7-ounco block' boil ho aught while round draw here Friday In a PAINT CENTER Meek 0 Wm. "Bill" KlrchoHtConitoblo

S.mu.I..p.. .1 O'P..II.'ODI'IM..r'.k1,9b 13C fishing a ,h.h... pit south of Mulbtrry. Ho used a block worm. brawl that finished with both 119 S. Florid. Ay.. Jtk District

Miami Falls a-odndtrBf rn rthTOTALS .. 60suss 1 0 Veeio,5 lor ".it. Bottom photo ihowt two vhiton from M..,..., Ohio, Bonn fighters and the referee covered Ph. 681-1917 Tk* Men to Glv. You Iko
,, 0 : Mach .loft end Verde. lnilitr with tho block' boa they caught with blood. Open T:00 A M. to Moil for Your Tea Dollar

TOTALS from Loko Horrli. ... Blondl. formerly of Italy ,ISO PM..6 D.y. .
M 4 e 30Ground. 111 They sued .hl" for bolt end the bas wclcho1 M "01. "0-
York ..*.out... (or. .FUli.r. 013 000,In 7UiNrw 000,-4Pliuburih 6.04 9 ,........ weighed 135%, Amarfio! 130
400 001 Don-*
B-C Smith I PO-A-PHI.butih, J1-S,
New frk. 94-10. DP-Ptsh.r. NMueland 'I
From CloudsMIAMI It' Smith! tmiMl, Hunt

-Pltl.burh Smith, Schofltld,1. Gust New end'l'I. ,3.Iue.mwl ,;.o.o'1.Ira -. 5 Teams UndefeatedIn

1.110.BaU'r... pet acii,1055 ..0v. THERE IS SOMETHING VERY
(AP) With Charlie who could be Miami's best .... (w), t.i 4 4 4 1Pl
I >h.r '1.1. 0Be.rnerCh I I t I
Tate as head of a new coaching breakaway runner in many &* I 0 J 0 I Softball Action
B..1e H 0 0 1 i iHBP
regime, football at the years logged 107 yards in just -Bf Ptehtr (Cwndnuml, 10, B..rnirth SPECIAL ABOUT A
airy of Miami is unlver'l five carries, including a 74.yard 2. IJ-lIu.khart.Ornotnon I.d WP ot.-ruhtr .V rob Nson. .j
out of the clouds touchdown run that left several T2 A. -S. 10---- Five teams remain undefeated Two shutouts featured the

This may Irk some Hurricane Green team tacklers sprawled Lakeland Club In city softball action and action In the City League. Carroll PLATEAUS SUITBY
fans who had become accustomed helplessly in his wake. lead their respective leagues Lassiter's triple and a

the last three years to Tate had concentrated on de Slates Daniel's ((4-0) rules the City squeeze bunt by Harold Lai-

the aerial barrages launched Tense In the spring workouts and Jump League Letchworth (4-0) tops alter provided Daniel's with a

against all comers by the remarkable the White team defensive pursuit the Commercial League Gen 1-0 victory over Publix. Public TIMELY CLOTHES
sharpshooter GenrgeMira. was fierce Art Zachary Tourney SundayThe eral Telephone ((4-0)) leads the Figured in the other shutout

(!junior was a defensive standout Commercial Slowpitch League too but this time was on the
Lakeland Water Ski Club '
Tate who comes to Miami and emerged as a good punter First Christian (4-0) paces the winning end as Ozzie Evers

after seven years under Coach under pressure. will present an invitational Church "A" Slowpitch League, blanked Smith.Douglas, 8-0. \1 ,
Bobby Dodd at Georgia Tech Bill Peterson Florida State water ski jumping tourney here and First Methodist (3-0)) is out Letchworth showed Its power 1T

prefers a more cautious rounded coach who scouted the game next Sunday at Lake Hollings- front In the Church "B" Slow- In taming two Commercial
worth. P
attack with lots of legwork called Smith's touchdown run pitch standings League foes. The league-lead ,
The all affair will -
and heavy emphasis on defense one of the finest be bad seen. 'jumping ing House Wreckers bombed I'.I > N
be all In the
"We won't tho'o," he said all He and other scouts from open to jumpers Sunglow Pools, 18-1. and Jay- t I
with different divisionfor Undefeated
during spring practice "just to Georgia Tech, Florida and the area both and age The cee's, 112. Starling Builders '
boys girls.
be ," San and the Firemen remained
tho'ing Diego Chargers were Impressed
In a squad game Friday i I with the running and tourney with will no charge.be open All to the jumpingwill public Teams TopKathleen close on the heels of Letch-

the hard-hitting defense. worth both with 1-1 record
night rounding off the spring
be performed in front of the
work, the No. I quarterback Tate also was pleased with concrete dock adjacent to the Loop With two victories, the Independents 1 ,
sophomore Bob Blletnlkcff. the performance of Rick Swan moved Into a tie for
Lakeland Yacht Club. 'i4
who directed the Green team to KATHLEEN Two undefeated second place in the Commercial i
threw only four passes completing i
One of the Jumpers from
two for just elf-lit its victory, calling a smart the Lakeland top Ski Club Frankle teams lead the Kathleen Dixie i Slowpitch League while J. M 1 4

yards. He legged It for 13 game and throwing one M.yard Boys baseball leagues. Fields was losing two outings
Dees will be competing in the
yards. pass to Tom Coughlin.PERSLEY Ewell Concrete with a 3- I junior boys division. Classes mark tops the major league. M. Fields 2.2 marks. .
Biletmkoff wanted to throw a, will l Include boys girls men, sport Il fI...
Cash Feed is second at 3-1]I Southeastern, a newcomer te c I \ .,1
bit more than that but the pass women senior men and the two .
with MacAsphalt right behin I ::
the Church "A" Slowpitch loop, I
defense was so fierce his protection WINS junior club classes.All at 2-l. State Fertilizer and Rich. had to absorb three forfeits. tr, d* .
collapsed a number of contestants should contact
field Jets tied with 1-2 marks
are Its first actual
times forcing him to run. MANILA (AP-Arthur Pers- the Lakeland Ski Club for fur and on the bottom is Lakeland,: but promptly won Ivy

The game In which the No ley 40 .year old lightweightfrom ther details The club will sponsor -Federal at 04. action contest, 21.( over Park- It WI ,'hitwP ,

2 "Green" unit upset the No. 1 Red Cross, Ia., who has several other tourneys be- Leading the minor league with view. shellIng 1 6
Methodist after
"Whites" 14-13 indicated that been fighting Manila for four fore holding its annual club ski a 3-0 mark is Herndon Insurance First M
Webster 22.1 had a close
Tate will have the horses for a years pounded out a decision tourney in mid-summer. Universal Foods and Hill 60
call with Eastslde, finally edgIng ''IM
Mario Ros-
formidable ground attack. Saturday night over t
and second at 21
Serdynakl are
slto of Colombia I I the Baptists, 15.14, to keep
Pete Banaszak and Russell Persley
KNIGHT WINS with Master Yogurt Hsrdaker'sService
its record clean In the Church
Smith who didn't get a chance 136% pounds. Rosslto I'
weighed Station and Foodtowntied Mt''
League. y
to do much running last yearas TENNIS TITLEBOURNEMOUTH at 13. "B" Slowpitch
There were no knockdowns In CITY IIAOUSimilH
sophomores working with In Mac. W L
the bout, witnessed by 12,000 EnglandAP major league games 0.101'. . .. ... ... ... ... .. A u +
Mira provide a deadly one- >
can '( )-Billy Knight, left-handed Asphalt downed Lakeland Fed. AAC .. ............ ... a r
two punch if they keep healthy fans at the Aranteta Colisum In British tennis ace defeated Cliff eral, M, as Duane Brock hit a "u.lI. ................ i rlMrs''' 1 pl ,

Each was handicapped by leg injuries suburban and Quezon City voted The referee for Drysdale of South Africa 6-3.i grand am homer for the win h n Owilu"::.:.'::. :'''.',:, ', 1"V"1 d I IM
one judge
part of last season. and 1-6. 6.I. 5-7. 7.5 Saturday fdr i, the ners He also hurled the victory ST.WliK% KI1UITSDinMl
the other
Persley tDae.
Banaszak was hobbled again judge British hard court title. Knight'with Benton doing the catching. ..I'. II I Pukll 0....." 4mith 1

by a pulled leg muscle in the called it a draw.Softball was the defending champion. Gary Lawhorn hurled and L. S..Oou.l.",,",."'T., AAC IPu 1.sac 1'I. .
squad but the 205poundfullback terrific Lawhorn caught for the losers. .ll, I. .nvlh.OciMlMrr.ne .. N
game a
Drysdale put up "'. 5. O.....a I.
battered the Interior fight He battled back from (0-J) Cash Feed downed Richfield a wee +ti
20 times for M yards, scoredone Game lets 122 Kevin Barr hom COMMIKCIAk, LIAOVIItithiMrtll M 1 1e
in the fourth set saved two u M L I ,($f14 ., ,aa 1 t,

touchdown, and brought and set up Joyful another At Plant City straight match points games.and The won match seven took ered pitched for and the winners Bobby Newman Mitchell Huhn 5..,..,., ;,.,:':,.,,,,\:..,.,}:,., i i I I IIMchwcrm e" r df It

smiles to the face of Tate In PLANT CITY-The McDonald two hours and 35 minutes Ann caught for the winners C. Line I=: .IN" .. : :::: :. Jrnllr pr.0

the pressbox. Lassies team of Lakeland will I Haydon Jones another British berger and R. Lineberger formedthe .., ........ 'wlnbl"1' "' . e A !
"He's a brute!" Tate exulted eft-hander, also retained her Jets' battery. Ton .:::,'wu.'e.sauit/ A
exhibition softball
play an
"What'll he do with two legs" game title. She defeated Jan Lehaneof Hardaker's edged Master Yogurt. I*. 'U".,.. PM. 1.L.th..rM w
here 2:30 ._ ,
at Plant J. a.
p.m. today at 21
with the Green 1210. B-7, as Mark Hinder horn- 0OUrlln .
Banaszak ran Australia 6-2. It was ",11"1 !* Yes .u.
City Little League field. 1*. .., Om,Ih Plumklno trtnwn ;
team having surrendered the The Lassies the British girl's first decision ered; for the losers. Mitchell and F. 21. II., Om,Ih "'.",b.n. S.
will oppose theWell Thacker hurled for the winners' '1..,." I*, TH Auto T.
Uo. I fullback spot to sophomoreBob over the Australian In three ., .
Diggers in the softball exhibition I rly sera t Oi Jttv *:
Domke, but he has now won which is of meetings this season.Tourney Foodtown outscored Hill and Ftrlx Atro II Ounol* Pods IeoMMseiAk I P
part sports
back. Serdynskl. 1211. Guy
weekend sponsored by the Plant I L.OW.ITCNW L

Smith, a 186-pound halfback City Boat Club. Finals hurled for the winners J.OtiKral. P41d.Tt<*phn... .*. ::. ::' ::::.. S 4 IM 1I4. 'I\od.llllh' 1,545 M>nifortulmtn y , '
/ nd. . 1 I polJlllor fiber
NAPLES, Italy (AP-Nicola Ca.m.n':: .S :HISOIT* PllttM MlIC ll WOV4Anclutlvily

MUSTANGS WINKATHLEENCampbell's Pietrangtll of Italy advanced to Lakeland DriverTo 0.e'ecI L 'T.W0.T..h.nl. II 11 J.C.M...Colds....."..14 I. tor' rclfl4 lor TlmtiyClottiti MIDI. T''' '... Cl.().41lb.
Aussies Vs Canada the final of the men's singles In ler.... _.nt. II J. M. Pxldt S.liM .
the Naples tennis tournament Defend Title ..*ndiili T. C..._""'* 4. $ '

Mustangs chalked up a 5-2 win MONTREAL (AP)-Australia, Saturday by defeating Fred CHURCH "A" OW"ITCNW L a ,;

over the Dean's Sport Shop In a in the elimination bracket for Stolle of Australia 6-4, 8-6. TAMPA Lakeland' Hugh'strut' CDrUtlan .. ... .. . .. 4 Isx KObEL
Kathleen Pony League baseball the first time in four years will Edson Mandarino of Brazil Oglesby will try to retain the : ? .:;::::;:;::;:;:'. I Ir & 4/
.... ............ --
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at Pony League field here. play Canada in Davis ; ,
game a Cup trimmed Italy's Sergio Tacchinl 'Mr. Stock Eliminator" title at t"M.k . . .' .. LIKED
Both teams got five hits but tennis duel on the Mount Royal 6-l. 6-1 in the other semifinal. 2:30: p.m. Sunday at the Tampa :: :.: .. .. .. ...:.. : I
the winners bunched theirs fora Tennis Club composition courts The women's final will be an Dragway. I: t':1'r LAsr :: I :

pair of 2-run innings Wayne the Canadian committee announced Australian affair In semifi Oglesby will be pitted against Ch".t ws.K'.IoULTsVirus ,." 20. All ..,nt. .. Discover the exclusive "weightless feel" the famous
Cockrill went the route for the 510.1 e""..,... 10 Pm 011.."..... .. easy
Saturday are nals. Robin Ebbern defeated It Bob Tucker of Orlando In a best. > .. M.thKl II Mow*** 1*.

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and Friday night In the
Medulla Dixie League at Medulla

field. CHANGEIil
MADRID (AP) Rafael Osu- -
On night, the Bluel! "
'p1, 1R na and Antonio Palatox of Mexico NO DOWN PAYMENT '
Seal Pavers trimmed to the)! Cheese New A D.poilt Hold
won the men's doubles title a r i
IMC Cardinals, 21-13 Johns] of a tennis tournament at Puerto -' e:? UP TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY"A.' .., Morchomdiio, You Select

Sandbrook, had a pair of homers de Hierro Club Saturday. j, USE YOUR BANK CREDIT PLAN IaIIZI Until Needed

: Walton Freeman homered I They defeated Enrique Sori: a
Winslow tripled for
and John
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the winners Eddie Hodges hom-i' Arilla of Spain 7.5. 3-6, 8-3. 63Let's .
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for the losers I

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pitched the Pavers to a W win|

over the Dossey Tigers Friday' I

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and Wayne Sherouse tripled for I HOMISTIAD EXEMPTION
Will Koop All PromlMiELECT "
the Pavers Carey Blanton hom I

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t LA PlaguedBy TWO TO DB

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: Second In State By JACK SLAYTON I hurler Fred Ilannum came oa

Injuries Ledger Sports Editor In relief and gave up a tying
N.Mr uwkA'
The Daytona Beach Islanders homer by Jim Mlall In the fifth

and then fanned four of the
'4av1N chalked up a pair of Florida
; TAMPA (AP) The Florida Cup races In the Henley Regatta Ii MILWAUKEE (APTrou E State League victories over the last six batten to pick op the

Southern College crew team of In England. ble mounted for the staggering Lakeland Tigers here last nightat win

Lakeland earned a trip to the This was the second loss of \M Angeles Dodgers Sat- Henley Field. The Islanders got a run In the

the season for Coach Daniel's: urday as pitcher Johnny Pod- In a marathon J-hour 45-mln- third with Nelson' Castellanos

Dad Vail Regatta on May 9 in Water Mocs who won their first res and Ron Perrtnotkl and ute nightcap the Islanders tallied was safe on an error with two

Philadelphia Pa., with its second six outings. Last week Rollins left fielder Tommy Davis were five times in the seventh down and scored on Tom Van.

place finish yesterday In the defeated Florida Southern on Injured In the Dodgers' 6-1 Inning to score a 14-11 win over iver's triple.In .

Florida State College Champion Lakeland's Lake Hollingsworth, loss to Milwaukee. the Tigers. In the first game the sixth Castellanos wai

ship Crew Regatta. also in record time. Lot Angeles which has lost 1 Daytona Beach had chalked upa hit by a pitch and later had to

Coach Bill Daniel's Water Rollins also will journey to nine of 11 games, already had 1 5-1 victory. retire. Vandiver bunted but Don

Mocs finished behind the Rollins the Dad Vail Regatta, symbol of ace pitcher Sandy Koufax on George Hewlett drove home Pepper bobbled the ball and both

College Tars who won their sixth small college crew racing supremacy the sidelines with an elbow five Islander tallies In the nightcap runners were safe The runners

consecutive title in record time. Injury. with a homer and two moved up on George Hewlett'i

The Tars of Coach U. T. The 31-year-old Podres who DOWN AND OUT-CUM. 10'.r .f tht N.w Y.rk Ycitknt lies In tho) Just .! horns piste! singles. sacrifice bunt Felix MilUn

Bradley rowed the one mile won 14 games in 1963 and a site, .*"Ia''... with, ..(timer. catcher John Oniawhs ttilt clutch. 1.11 after tagi'"l .y"' out .t Costly errors gave the Daytona singled in Castellanoe and stole

and five-sixteenths course on Colavito HomersIn victory in the Dodgers' sweep Testes Stadium' y..*,4.,. Th etlon com 'In ...*...th l.aln0.s' leper tried H me,. Coma third es e Beach Islanders the first game second. The two runners held
the New York Yankeesin
the Seddon Island Channel against
In ,retI..4.. t. '*lrlmw< third t.im.il brooks Robs* who threw f* Ortln. Yuh.i wee th. f.m., and snap Lakeland's win stringat as' Pat Harrop grounded out but
the World Series felled
six minutes and 3S seconds. was
The old time was 1:42. KC's 3-1 Win while making his first appearance 41.
heartbreaker in his first r's single to left.
FSC was four lengths back of of the year.
KANSAS CITY (AP-Home Sidelined the last few weeks game In organized baseball In the Islander seventh Han-
Rollins at 6t48.Jacksonville .
runs by Rocky Colavito and Musial Has 14 To num was safe when Walt
Podres ChallengeDerby knocked out starter
University's eight by a sore arm was The Tigers
rookie Dick Green powered
came In third at 6:56: while the Kansas to 31 hit by a Warren Spahn fastball Close Call Jim Johnson la the second Thoele bobbled his grounder,
City a victory
University of Tampa, after a when he went to bat in' Inning en a hit through the box: took second on a sacrifice bunt

seat broke In its shell, was far over Washington Saturday the third. ST. LOUIS (AP-Stan Mus- by Walt Thoele that struck the and came bome on an error.

behind at 7:01. night.Green's home which followed Davis the National League'sbatting lal, the nation's physical fltneis. FavoritesLOUISVILLE Bill Voss opened the Tiger
run program director: and former. third with a double off Hannum,
Rollins swept to the Junior
champion past two
Colavito's single in the
varsity crew championship in fourth inning broke 1-1 deadlock years, Jammed his right shoulder St Louis Cardinal star narrowly Leafs Take He fanned the next two hitters
a -
the time of 8:45.8.: Second, In a Colavito smashed his first when he dived back to escaped injury here Friday, Ky. (AP-Hill Quadrangle. Cecil Carmls Dan- A pitch struck catcher Mike

mild upset, was Tampa at 6:55.8: of the In the second first In a pickoff attempt in in an automobile mishap Rise and Northern Dancer have dy K., Harbor View Farina Roman Little's shinguards bounded high

followed by Florida Southern! Moe year Drabowsky won in his the sixth Inning. He remainedin Muslal was driving to Lam burled the opposition from coast Brother Roy Sturgis' Mr. and back to Hannum who tossed

expected to take second at' first appearance of the season the game but could do little bert-St Louis Airport when his I to coast but it looks as If at least Brick and Mrs. Magruder 'Stanley CupTORONTO Voss out trying for third. Then

6:55.9.: Jacksonville was last at but needed relief help from more than lob the ball on a car spun out of control and 114 three-year-olds will challenge Dent's Mr. Moonlight. Miall boomed a long homer to

7068.: John Wyatt after he walked throw back to the infield In turned completely around. Musal -, them Saturday In the Kentucky Others considered probable open the fifth and tie the score

A large crowd turned out to Don Zimmer opening the eighth. the eighth. said he did not become, Derby. starters are Grand Garcon Big (AP-The Toronto Both Johnson and Hannum

watch the race In ideal weather Colavito also made an out- Los Angeles Manager Walt nervous until he got to the In the past, outstanding Irigarde. Clem Pac. Ishkoodah, Maple Leafs won their third combined to blank Pepper and

conditions. standing defensive play In the Alston ordered Davis to the plane. horses as Hill Rise, the 8-S Derb Royal Chuch He's a Gem. Extra straight Stanley Cup whippingthe cool off the hard-hitting first

Coach Bradley remarked inning, leaping against the Pennant hospital for Xrays after the choice, and Northern Dancer, Swell and Admiral Heart Detroit Red Wings 4-0 Sat baseman.
after the completion of the the 2-1 second choice would Listed as doubtful are Prince
game. Davis reported later .
Porch in right field to grab urday night. DAYTON *CH ,I tAKILAN
race that this year's varsity Chuck Hinton's long drive the hosnital examination din- Huff Hospitalized scare off the opposition. But It Davelle. the Arkansas Derby The Leafs, who had trailed In L.wl.of a1. C S w V.of : \

crew "appears as strong as closed only a strained liga didn't happen this year. winner; Calumet Farm's Kentucky the best-of-seven series 3-2, won c.._...eMNds a S I F....,... .1 t
the 1963 eight" which gained Twllltht e.m ment. CHERAW SC. (AP-Profes- And if recent Derbies' means Jug, Dlxiana Farm's Allen v.ed".r.r/.n I. 0 aW.II.WfMMtk Andtmon.Ik s.e S I

the semifinals of the Thames WAIHINOTON KANIAI CITY Perranoskl, a left-handed slonal football player Sam Huff, anything, those who decided to Adair Dor-Mat-Pat Stable'sDunfee it with a three-goal flurry In the I, N.wt.tt 11 1 II 0 Peso OT Ik 5 a *
earObl *i r k IIIlmnwr re- third period after goalie Johnny .11..2.M 111 S.fws 1 | .
3b 110 0 V.!ti.w. cl 4111 lief ace who had a 16-3 recordIn here to speak at an athletic tackle the big two in the $l25- and Darby Dan Farm'sSaltvtlie. 1M."" ...,, S. OMi.lll I I I
Bl.i ..... Ib 4050CMrI..3b 1000 Bower had made Andy Bath- rrw ", .rrf a O I ThMto' 'n 555
Hlnlon If 4110 C.u.., u 4010 69 appearances last year, banquet, was hospitalized Friday M 000-added Derby have made the gate's unassisted first period I L fi...e .1 e atfnini.nl i *
Sko..on Ib 4 010 GIIIII'' Ib 4000 suffered a bruised left thigh night with an Infection of right decision. Carry Back: and I Hill Rise, who has won seven ,J..n...rIM ne ale e e''
Kine rf 4001 Liu c 4000 the Lee straight races, will be ridden by goal stand up for more than H.nnum.9 a 5
LOCH cf 4000 Coin rf 11 11Brwmtty in a collision with Milwau upper respiratory system Tomy are the only favoritesin two periods.A i : i -
C 4010 Htviwldt II 110 0 kee's Hank Aaron in the Huff recently traded by the the past seven years to( win Willie Shoemaker. The Shoe, TOTAL_ { 54 41TOTaLs m
erlnk'en M 4000 G..... tb ill who has been Northern crowd of 14.571, largest of( Fi'M' tut far John..n third
New York Giants to the Wash the Derby, riding DAYTONA BIACH Ml Ml I_
Chtmv s 0000 Dr.b'iky r> a 0 0 0Phiiiin eighth Perranoskl had to be _f
the here .. .. _
season applaudedevery LAKILAND
I toio W.rt. 0110 relieved after he gave up three ington Redskins, was speaking Hill Rise, a California campaigner Dancer changed mounts with- II-WII'm_ S, f><.**,MO. Tto.100. t'O.A|
Duckw;rth p 0 0 0bvilmtln and out ever riding Hill Rise. move made by Toronto in -D.yWn. ....*. 11,*l LokM.nd. II..
at Cheraw Northern
a Dancer
School dinner
hits.Miami High .
I 1000ItmhouM more the final the D_ ". .. c.> .M.nM ., H. tott.
1 0 0 0 0 when he was stricken.He th richest horse in Canadian I Shoemaker said Hill Rise Impressed period as Maple AI-Manwa.M.r 2. Ml.ll V.ndimr,
Colt,.. 1000 Leah set up a tight defense I Mill.n LD-D.YaM {..alt, II L,k..
TM.lt' MI' '".1. Mill excused himself and was history are perfect pictures of him so much in California l.nd S. Jk -Vindivw. W. V_. JB" _
cost1160 .-llnl l for Ch...., In sttii D...._ Takes Two taken to the Chesterfield Coun contrast in physical structure that he believed he defi- around Bower and preserved his ,V V.n.ndlvr.divr, Mil-.....L h.* SB...-Mill.n. S+

I out for Duckworth In /Hit c-Llntd out ty Hospital where he was treat- Hill Rise, owned by El Peco nitely was the best colt. The shutout.It N.rMI.. : H ft I* .. SO
_.. ,
(or 1' In tn, Johnyn. a 5 I t
WitKlntlon ... .... . SOS IN 101-. DeLAND (AP-Harvey Ya- ed for a fever and the respire Ranch, which sent Decidedly to West Coast hardboot got his marked the tenth time that Oo' =,-nYl. : j 4 : I i : t
Kenos City ... 01* M* Ot.-l nowltz led Miami to a doubleheader tory infection. victory In the Derby two( years first ride aboard Hill Rise In the Toronto( had won the coveted M'.nl.n'l C..M/l.n..1./ w.._

m. today! l-lkowron. Chirl.i PO-A-W.tMnt. victory over Stetson ago Is a big strong colt. Northern Forerunner at Keeneland last'Cup, tying the Maple Leafs with Onl.n.T-I S3. Y -LwuM ..... McD.Yt/t

.Ion...i 14-4, ,.,K.nut City end 9711 tkowroi. DI..InInkm.n LCBVV -- 13-4, 4-1, yesterday Dancer, owned by J.P. Tay week and said he still thought Montreal for most Cup triumph LAKILANO FItID"Y'S SASS ORLANDO

C"AIILI' 'ace"NARKON ...hln.tan I.. Can.. City S.25C.uI.v Yanowltz hit two doubles and Athletes Honored or's WlndfieMs Farm of Torontois he had made the right decision, *k p hi I r H

I i'Or. Park OrMn S-( ...*3B-Hlnton.!. HR-Colovllo. drove in three runs in the first a little colt. His biggest asset even though his hone scored an I I.VM...rr.cf i 111 i a H.rty rn.niM.nak M s 4 0 11*
v* nm. IOlli. IP HUSH ss so and TALLAHASSE (AP) -Florida unlrrmrti.iivB vlrtntv. 5n1 men,>k I . Und r,.r. 551
collected and i. his
57.4RSa.l game a single heart. He just doean'tknow N.lI'm..11I' 4 Tilk.tt.Ib 111
Ch.n.v L. 0-1 4 4 I 1 2 4 UM FSU Netter
State ...
CM sal Duckwofin .5 1 0 S 1lanhouf. 5 a double In the second game University presented when to quit. Northern Dancer, who has Mp Ik 41 lM.k> Sittt'tini
.... I 1 0 0.Or.b'SY 1 driving one and scoring one., 34 varsity athletes letters for Other horses given a oodchance breezed past the best colts from 4 a I. I* c'riTik 41 455
"' ".... W 1-0 7 0 1 1 1 g Meet In FinalsCAPE CrM.. 455
STATE FARM Wv.n I . .1 The first-game r 0 u twas winter sports. of knocking down the top New York to Florida, had vie- /..ox.M 1. Tuckw,. SI .
lift Imurtnci CoInpIftY ( .. s-Pc" 1 iron In Kh. shortened to five be The letters ories in the Florida ImitM .,.- ewl 10 *
Homi OtllMi BlownlnitM,llllMlt -.... I 1./-.11..,..", It.vtnt loop Rlc.. T1 inningscause went to 11 basket- two are Rex Ellsworth's The Derby and S.Va ., 111 iTAL
:35 A--J.OH of rain. ball players and 23 swimmers Scoundrel, Rokeby Stable'f s; :the Flamingo Stakes. He will be CORAL (AP) Top- : II I ?''TOTAL* HIT
ridden by Bill Hartack. seeded Rod Mandelstam of the _M,t k, .itch for J.mM In Tth.
University of Miami defeatedhis _Pti d .ut f.r Tuefcw In *(h.
This Is a real chance for IAHILANO 01 M* O01_|
Northern teammate John Santrock O*LAN DO . .. . .. |M 101 MO_I
Dancer to put Cana- --AndtrMA. fH.Mr, ..
\ dian horse racing and breeding 1-1. 10-8. last night to gain the ..:. T.>kotl. >.OTM I. CO.n.t: =<
IT II OrUnd* 17 I Of-M.rtr .ndin
on the map. No Canadian-bm'Finals of the Florida Intercollegiate ! tOC-l.hM.nrt, tl, Orl.nd.. I).
2.-raMn Mindin 3Ik- VM.
ever has won the Derby. The Tennis Tournament. Jneokt. T.lbrt. raMip. P pr,
Second.seeded Lex of Melr, ThomMon. Mtw r, <--J.m*
best any could do was a third Wood G. v..*. .. -f.Mir a. t. VMK W,..
by Victoria Park In 1960. Florida State University advanced li.....* .

to the finals with a j.nM w y s t -v S, '?

15-MONTH 4-PLY RIVERSIDE 84.2 victory over Florida's ?;jrrio .'.' : J : s i ?
( Houston WhipsCardinals Ne-TwYN '(Omit. WP.-YwbN
Bill Tym. .-.._,. V-M.Dmlt -. L...,-..
Mandelstam and Wood meet T-a,... 1"Florida

SENSATIONAL LOW PRIGi' 4.2 today at 1 p.m. for the cham-

_._ST.LOUIS (AP-Roolde Mike Dionshio.- Mandelstam had advanced to Routed

White, who had batted only: the semifinals with 6-0
$ a 8.2. AUBURN Ala. (AP-A powerful -
: once before this season hit i aWe triumph over Bob McCannon of Auburn track team turned

>run pinch triple in the ninth Rollins. what was expected to be a close

Inning Saturday night boosting: Santrock unseeded In the meet into a riot with 83-52 South.
Houston to a 42 victory over had defeated
tournament Paul eastern Conference meet victory -

kv, the St. Louis Cardinals. I Bennett of Florida State 6-2, over Florida here Saturday
4.70-U fob*, Before Houston's four-run outburst 6-2.
tip bUckwoilf In the ninth the Cardinals', Tym defeated Richard Brayof

4Prn Roger Craig had a 2.0 lead on Miami in his quarterfinals

k'ADt the strength of Tim McCarver match. 4-6, -4. 6-4.

twe>run homer off Dick Farrell Wood beat George Shuert of

l 7.5O-M T....I..f blockwall, 11.66 in the seventh. Miami, 6-4, 6-3 in the quarterfinals 1AM05ICAN

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1Ri.tl Pirates t S iw I Indianapolis Speedway Opens FridayINDIANAPOLIS I


(AP) The Chevrolet, along with a couple under modern speeds. DrIven

Indianapolis Speedway will open of front-engine Studebaker-Nov- have had to stop two or three

for Its 54th season Friday with is, one with afour-wheel-drlve. times In recent years just for

,Mets 5.4 the bumps gone from the backstretch There still are 34 conventional -tires. They refueled at the same

J the seating capacity expanded Indianapolis roadsters time but probably can get by on
to 140,000 and the front- one fuel stop.
with Offenhauser engines
Bailey drove in four runs with engine versus rear-engine argument -front, among the 60 entries

his first homer of the season headed for a khowdown.Jimmy which will be permitted to start

and a sacrifice fly Saturday u Clark of Scotland who practice and driven' tests Fri ELECTWm.
dominated world road
the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the racing day.Time
New York Meta 54. -wexxwvyr.emr v last year also shook up American trials to pick the 33, "Bill"
The Pirates Jumped off to a closed courses-notably by starters for this year's race,

four-run lead in the first Inningon finishing a close second to Par- are set for May 16-17 and May, KITCHENSCONSTABLE
: nelli Jones In the
23-24. I
only two hits one of themBailey's
homer into the lower 500 on Memorial Day The driven in the time trials

right field stands with two men Clark drove a rear-engine Lo- will be shooting at Jones' year-;

us-Ford. Jones a conventional old record of 151.153 miles an

on.The young 'third baseman but highly modified front-engine hour for the 10-mile test. Foyt District #5

drove In the winning run in the Watson-Offenhauser. and Sutton both have .done over'
r sixth Jerry Lynch scoring on The reliable old four
the fly to break a 4-4 tie. rear-engines here Only part of the increased For 1 E'round

The Mets got ,a run In the / been put in a dozen American- speed is due to the can. The
second when Amado Samuel + built can this year. Two have bumpy backstretch has been resurfaced Fa

doubled home Frank Thomas been driven at fantastic practice since last year and the r

They added three more in the j tt speeds by A. J. Foyt and north end of the track has been the
third two doubles a single Len Sutton.
HAPPY ANGURJ-THot. .".1... ttitplor c.tcfct. the, m.d.whit. .. and a on groundout. The doubles w a i Jas Ten rear-engine cars will carry rebuilt.New tires also are a factor. Clock 4'

fishing our of Th. Bait Well. Al top loft ii Jomn ah..'.. of each for a new Ford engine includinga
good one run were They are expected to last the
(,...."to" <((1< left ..d. Bobby S..silo arid.] they caught tiring of by Ron Hunt and Bob Taylor Ja couple of Colin Chapman's Lotuses full 500 miles for the first time SERVICEExperl

Hock bill whit tithing ..".". L.h. The I.,.... woitiod4. Big Pittsburgh left hande from London with Clark

pounds" ana1. th., ...<| Baby Dalron far bail. Top ri.ht tkawt 0. C. Bob Veale went the distance and Dan Gurney as the drivers.

Sanchos with ban k. cayfkl while ..i". thinon and. pvrpl worm. for the Pirates and got his firs There also Is a rear-engine TUNGROC VARNISHES WILL .c

H. fiifcod llnU Lak .."",. Bottom loft tkovt W.,,,. Edward* with. victory of the season. Meta Super Marino Efficient

o string af bluo broom ho caught whila IliKirig High Torttio Pool. starter Jack Fisher took the FIGHT DRAW Q. D. floor Family Man

H. mod. crickets terottom ri 1.kt ikowi'Miko Roddy. laft. and. loss. ux vtaevamMl ar Bar b To"'. Top e DtptndablfYOUR w.aN
Joel, Howotr with tfco black ban th. whila ,I.w rosN I. PITTSIUROM MELBOURNE (AP) Klmpo
caught filhing Banana a smlth.ls 4t.Ib"j 0 I . f It Spar-tun Soalar AND
Laka. They ..od. black oal* for Lit.nd. tho ..,.... want 7 poundt. .rf 4 'I IVlrdon.rl SchofloMM to Amarfio of Ghana and Australian -
1 CII'T.Ylord prior iciommu.rt I SOME GOOD CATCHIS-Th4ia angl.rt' wore mcctiihil) whilaflihin lightweight champion Gil. SUPPORT WILL BE
uIlC. [hofKM.tf i ol iljottniton.U LIT arh.lt 1I 0 *vt of Tho Bart Wall. At the tap b Dwlgkt C ttn! .tr afPalancla berto Blondi fought to a 12- LAKELAND GLIDDEN APPRECIATED-

C KUehl..r'tlh. 4 6 ICl.nden'e,11| l i I IIOmI fists with a 9-pund, 7-ounca black ban da cav ht whilatiihiitf round draw here Friday in a PAINT CENTER Mark 0 W.... "Bill" KitcktniConttablo

P hmu.I.hor.Doondtr.. I i'IM..irikl.Jb; 1 a ihaiphata pit taiith af M"I".,,,. H. sad black warm brawl that finished with both 319 S. Florida Are 5th DlitrlctTha

.st.re.ra0, Pj.ll.rool.o I I 0 for bait. Bottom photo shows two vliitara from Medina. Ohla, Ion fighters and the referee covered Ph. 611.1917 Man .. Glwo You the

Miami Falls ..u.... 0 Mutch late, an4 Varni laitilngor with the black bow they caught with blood. Open 7:00: A.M. to Moat for Your Tai Dollar.P .

TOTAL '32"t'TOTAtA 9o a asOrouedoe from Lake Harrli. Thay sad China for bait and the ban weight1 Biondi formerly of Italy JiJO P.M..6 Day *. ... AV.
New- Tarn . .our. . .lot. ..Ioh.. 013 000 In OOO-4PltUbUrlh _6 and 9 pOll...... weighed 13316, Amarfio 130.
4OO 001 OOO-I
B-C. smith. :'PO-A-' b ,,,. 17-S.
N.. York 24-1 DF.fl"h.r, ....u.1
I From CloudsMIAMI ::1Ih'-: Bchodold mltni. aunuol.and Ctondtnon., Hunt o>d LOBPituburoh R 5 Teams UndefeatedIn
.1. .N.. Tort 1.IN4.nu1 .
Hunt. Tirlor. BR
Bollor a-a.al $P -e.lvl ; = THERE IS SOMETHING VERY
I .. .. all 10 .0
(AP) With Charlie who could be Miami's best t r ('LI..1.l P', sP I /! f I

Tate as head of a new coaching breakaway runner in many &6iuHBP.rn.rSh. awl y1' Ii i t Softball ActionFive
regime football at the University years, logged 107 yards in Just,,north-Br<6.nd n>h r a\\Cl.ndetonl.. WP-Pl.I\O by,. Bear
of Miami is coming town five carries, Including a 74-ysrt I. OurkhsrL S udpl!. Prior an Va.-
out of the clouds. touchdown run that left severs! :oorr. T-a 84. A-a.4TO.Lakeland teams remain undefeated -: Two shutouts featured the

This may irk some Hurricane Green team tacklers sprawled'' Club In city Softball action and action In the City League. Carroll PLATEAU SUITBY

fans who had become accustomed helplessly In his wake. lead their respective leagues.Daniel's Lassiter's triple and a

the last three years to Tate had concentrated on defense Slates/ ((4-0) rules the City squeeze bunt by Harold Las-
the aerial barrages launched In the spring workouts and! Jump League, Letchworth (4-0) tops liter provided Daniel's with a

against all comers by the remarkable the White team defensive pursuit -. SundayThe the Commercial League General 1-0 victory 'over Publix. Publlx TIMELY CLOTHES
sharpshooter, George was fierce. Art Zachary, Telephone (4-0)) leads the figured in the other shutout

Mira. junior was a defensive standout, Commercial Slowpitch League, too, but this time was on the
Tate, who comes to Miami and emerged as a good punter Lakeland Water Ski Club First Christian (4-0)) paces the winning end as Ozzie Evers

after seven years under Coach under pressure. will present an invitational Church "A" Slowpitch League, blanked Smith-Douglas, 8-0. 4

Bobby Dodd at Georgia Tech Bill Peterson, Florida State :water ski Jumping tourney here and First Methodist (3-0) 1s out Letchworth showed Its power
I next Sunday at .Lake Hollings front in the Church "B" Slow I luJ
prefers a more cautious, rounded coach who scouted the game In taming two Commercial Y

attack, with lots of legworkand called Smith's touchdown run I worth. affair will pitch standings. League foes. The league-lead ,
The Jumping
heavy emphasis on defense. I one of the finest be had seen I ling House Wreckers bombed .E I I It
be all in the
to Jumpers
"We won't tho'o," he said all He and other scouts from open Undefeated Sunglow Pools 18-1, and Jay
I with different divisionfor
Georgia Tech. Florida and the age cee's, 112. Starling Builders
during spring practice, "just to both boys and girls The ) I
I San and the Firemen remained
be tho'lng. Diego Chargers were
will be to the pub- Teams
In Friday 4, with the running and tourney open TopKathleen close on the heels of Letch
a game lic with no charge. All Jumpingwill
night rounding off the spring I the hard-hitting defense I be performed In front of the worth both with 1-1 recordi. .
work the No. I quarterback, Tate also was pleased with concrete dock adjacent to the Loop With two victories, the Independents 11
Bob BUetnlkclf. the performance of Rick Swan, moved into a tie for
sophomore Lakeland Yacht Club. '
threw only four completing who directed the Green team to KATHLEEN Two undefeated second place in the Commercial IL I III
passes One of the Jumpers from
its teams lead the Kathleen Dixie while J. M.
two for Just eight victory calling a smart the Lakeland Ski Club Frankie Slowpitch League
and throwing & Boys baseball leagues. Fields was losing two outings.
yards. He legged It for 13 game one 4yardpass
Dees will be competing in the
to Tom Coughlin. Ewell Concrete with a 3-0 Both the Independents and J. ..
yards. junior boys division. Classes mark tops the major league M. Fields 2-2 marks. II I I,
Biletnikoff wanted to throw a will include boys girls men, Cash Feed ls second at 3-1 Southeastern a newcomer to ; j1)Ptt ) f:,
bit more than that, but the pass women, senior men and the two with MacAsphalt right behind f ='
the Church Slowpitch loop,
defense was so fierce his protection PERSLEY WINS Junior club classes.
at 2-1. State Fertilizer and Rich had to absorb three forfeits, uI
collapsed a number of All contestants should contact field Jets are tied with 1-2 marks but won its first actual
times, forcing him to run. MANILA (AP-Arthur Pers- the Lakeland Ski Club for fur- and on the bottom Is Lakeland promptly 20-1 Park ,.
action contest over h
The game. In which the No. ley, 40.year -old lightweight ther details. The club will sponsor Federal at 04. t 7h

2 "Green" unit upset the No. 1 From Red Cross, la., who has several other tourneys before Leading the minor league witha view. '
after '
Methodist Vsaj,0
First ,
"Whites." 14-13. indicated that been fighting'ln Manila for four holding Its annual club ski 341 mark is Herndon Insurance. Webster 22-1, had a close ,

Tate will have the horses for a years, pounded out a decision tourney in mid-summer. Universal Foods and Hill call with Eastslde finally edging u .i
formidable ground attack. Saturday night over Mario Ros- and Serdynskl are second at 2.1 I Ir
the 15-14, to keepIts
sito of Colombia. 'nf'C
Pete Banaszak and Russell Parsley
KNIGHT WINS with Master Yogurt Hardaker'sService
record clean in the Church '
Smith, who didn't get a chanceto weighed 136% pounds Rossito Station and Foodtown X,
do much running last yearas 138 h. TENNIS TITLEBOURNEMOUTH tied at 1-3. "B" Slowpitch League. 1'urn

sophomores working with There were no knockdowns In England In major league games Mac- CITY LlAGUI W I. ,

Mira can provide a deadly one- the bout, witnessed by 12,000 (AP-Billy Knight, left-handed Asphalt downed Lakeland Federal O.nw'f:::. f w t yii'
fans at the Aranteta Colisum In PAAO ..,., 1 9
two punch if they keep healthy. British tennis ace. defeated Cliff 9-4, as Duane Brock hit a P r.nrh4 :. .. !......... ....( 1
Each was handicapped by leg Injuries suburban Quezon City. The ref Drysdale of South Africa. .-3, gnnd-alam homer for the win. r", ,.. ..' !/
and for
eree one Judge
part of last season. l.e, 8-1. 5-7. 7-5 Saturday)( the ners. He also hurled the victory D."NLAST WftK'S RISUL.TSOailM't .
and the other Puklll *
Banaszak was hobbled again Parsley Judge British hard court title Knightwas with Benton doing the catching. Oinirt't U. D.y'... .. !I II I III
called it draw.Softball ... ...
by a pulled leg muscle In the a the defending champion. Gary Lawhorn hurled and L. aLe""0-. ,"........'f., AAfl I. a. N I L. I I k'''
but the 205-pound Lawhorn caught for the losers. ""ltll.{ I., amtlh.B.u.l.t +p
squad yt
game Drysdale put up a Prwtvh'a ft D.y.... I.
fullback battered the Interior ight. He battled back from 0-5 Cuh Feed downed Richfield t

20 times for M yards scored GameAt in the fourth set, saved two Jets 12-2. as Kevin Barr horn COMM/RCIAL LlAOUIW LLekhw.rth a"t .e ., l bw"
""' 1e
one touchdown and set up another match points and won seven ered for the winners. Mitchell ,... ... ... ... d tN 1Prwe.e 'gerrI yi 'lin

and brought Joyful Plant City straight games. The match took'pitched and Bobby Newman les' ;...v.v.v.v.v. ..:..,. ....;.! 1vo > 1 1 eaNI
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smiles to the face of Tate In two hours and 35 minutes. Ann caught for the winners. C. Line- lunolov Pooll .. ,. : a'orlr
PLANT CITY-The McDonald .. > 1
the pressbox. j Lassies team of Lakeland will laydon Jones another Britishefthander berger and R. Lineberger formed Smith A raolav Plumoln' . .'. .. 0 0 I
"He's a brute!" Tate exulted. also retained her the Jets' battery Z35s '." 'sKffltatchworth I
play an exhibition softball game Hardaker's edged Master Yogurt .. J0. Aue., Nsrlr ,,
"What'll he do with two legs? 2:30 title. She defeated Jan Lehaneof I 1.Urllfl ,I
here Jareaat
at : p.m. today at Plant II.
Banaszak ran with the Green Australia 6-2. 1210. It was 8-7. as Mark Hinder homo It. ram Auto J.: tP
City Little League field. ....11". I*. Ray Bmitli Plumbin I
losers. Mitchell and II
team, having surrendered the the British girl's first decision red for the N0.m.lh Plammn0, a.
The Lassies1 will
Uo. I fullback spot to sophomore Well in the softball oppose the over the Australian in three Thacker hurled for the winners. forty r'lramo"II.A rM. .T4R JayoaM Auto}.. ,
Diggers C
ex-' outscored Hill and li. $. Pooll S.SUtTS .
Bob Domke, but he has now won hibition which is part of sports meetings this season.Tourney Foodtown Party Aoroo Oa #
it back. weekend sponsored by the Plant W I.

Smith, a 186-pound halfback City Boat Club.Aussies Finals hurled for the winners. O.Mral,T IIOhw.. .. . ::: :: : :: ::: : I 'Kodollithitridtnimtfor
I J.'"..M.....Pblh....eN . . . .. .. ... .. I Ie. tutmtn't pol,...., lib".
NAPLES.. Italy (AP-Nicola ...."' :T.wi..c.i .. Plittiu. librle It wovin
MUSTANGS WIN Pietrangeli of Italy advanced to lakeland DriverTo 0.e. T..."...... .5. M. I.I...... td. e.duMrNrlarilmlr' ': ': CL<>
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0..1 S To' I Focldt
Vs Canada the final of the men's singles in ,".........."b"U. I. M. ,..Id. I. coma b y 't, $\- ,
KATHLEEN-Campbell's Defend Title Intfvpondonta. Y. e..._...'. ..
the Naples tennis tournament "v"q
Mustangs chalked up a 5-2 win I MONTREAL (AP)-Australia, Saturday by defeating Fred CHURCH "A": LOW..ITCMW I. .
over the Dean's Sport Shop in a in the elimination bracket for Stolle of Australia M, .- TAMPA Lakeland' Hugh /n,1, ChrhIlas .. .. .. .. .. .
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Kathleen Pony League baseball the first time in four years, will Edson Mandarin of Brazil Oglesby will try to retain the ...d.aw.adau1N...h'.. . ............. I \
.... .......... .... I -- 8.'LtXCED
game at Pony League field here. play Canada in a Davis Cup trimmed Italy's Sergio Tacchinl Mr.. Stock Eliminator" title at 'r.. M.tANia.. ... ... ...... ., I
Both teams got five hits but tennis! duel on the Mount l semifinal. ......,... . . .. .. '
Royal 6- '-I in the other 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Tampa .............n .. . .. I
the winners bunched theirs fora Tennis Club composition courts The women's final will be an Draaway.I A'II..rl..T.W..II..ULT.' .d

pair of 2-run Innings. Wayne the Canadian committee announced -I all-Australian affair In semifinals I Oglesby will be pitted against Plrat Chriatian 20. All ..,"to..*.., 0. Discover the exclusive "weightless feel" . the famous easy
Cockrill went the route for the Saturday. Dates are Robin Ebbern defeated It Bob Tucker of Orlando In a best Prao Pint Chriatian Mathodiat. I II.* Praa.....Mah._d.I*.

winners July n.I!. aly's Lead Perlcoli ..e. 6-3, and hree-out-of-five series. Tucker OouthiiOo...._. H a*,, All.....*........'. I"*.. comfort that only Plateau gives you It's woven right into the

UTOBTAMOS; : :: .008 100 I IW-I 00--J ICorkrtll IDEAN'S The winner will meet the victor I Madonna Schacht defeated Au.lIralia' lost the crown to Oglesby last .."...........".. M. Pirbvtow. I.Muthudo .
and wuu.IN.Runs .>.4 ".Ie.1 01.... Xolot C*, I of the Mexico-New Zealand ; Judy Tegart 6-1, 2-6 month. LokMido. ow lakmdo outhoattofB> ( ....,/). fabric : A fine blend of stay-fresh Kodel and wool. Crisp,

,series probably in Mexico City I,,1-7. The Lakeland driver has returned CHURCH ( OW"ITCNW

from a Tennessee tour 'lr.t Mothodul. . J I.0 wrinkle-resistant. Exclusive Balanced Tailoring keeps Plateau
Pr .a 'dy'al .IOPv. 'terTp where he set a low elapsed time Cm, Aa mb1Y.. i !
AplentyIn for a local track In his 1964 Plymouth M:0 ttido t r . J looking handsome longer. In the new '64 brighter, bolder colors.
Laid '
ffX/WMH-S 1I.'UL'rI'
Medulla LoopMEDULLAThey Flrx MXhodxt. aa w.MUr I.
Tucker will be in a 1963 Chev tint MMhoditt U. lutwdo 14. $7500LAYAWAY

were crowIng rolet. .Imo:....1.AtMKikly. 21. Last 17.W'tater D.. ..'4."" :,

the plate with gusto Thurs I

day Medulla and Dixie Friday League night at In Medulla the MEXICANS WIN +I: TIME FOR A

MADRID (AP) Rafael Osu. -
On Thursday night the Blue na and Antonio Palafox of Mexico NO DOWN PAYMENT
Seal Pavers trimmed to the I Chooto A Holai
won the men's doubles title a, r Now Dopotir
IMC Cardinals, 21-15. John) bs of a tennis tournament at Puer- .::. UP TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY ::::'. Any Morchona'iio. You Stlact

Sandbrook, had a pair of hornets tl de Hierro Club Saturday. I USE YOUR BANK CREDIT PLAN ... Until N......
homeredand I
: Walton Freeman They defeated Enrique Sortno -

John Winslow tripled for' of Argentina and Alberto .

the winners. Eddie Hodges horn-' Arllla of Spain '-'. 3-6, 6-3 6-3. OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.
ered and Jerry Hubbard tripled] :I

for the losers.

Fanning 12 Walton Freeman v. Let's Keep '

pitched the Pavers to a 5-4 win I

over the Dossey Tigers Friday II I .

night. Butch Vinson homered\ MONROEBRANNEN FIGHT TO KEEP

and Wayne Sherouae tripled for HOMISTIAD EXEMPTION I
the Pavers. Carey Blanton homo Will Koop All PromltMELECT

ered and Karl Joe Wilson tripled]

for the losers.

The Publix Braves downed the Ralph J. RossiTAX
Sunbeam Yankees 20.18. in the! 207 East Main Street
second game. Robert Allen hom SHERIFF
ered for the Braves and Terry NICI STtING-Mr. ...4. Mr*. Harry Hoiratlaf af Fart Mtarfatkow I ASSESSOR

Gandy humered for the Yankees. th. trrini; .! ...... ana1. thallcrackart they ca |hr wfcila K.h. .. < ., Nwr H. ..... Adv. kx .. J. ROM SO Veins of Qualify'; Service' f* MM 'fn fh. Itktland' Ant

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I-D LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April 2t 1M4

,t Slant on Sports Rev. Beck Will SpeakAt Daniels Gains

. r'i Don't Heckle 'Em! FSC Athletic DinnerThe 1099; Yards;

'lu 4IN New AFL Marl
kT 1 it 4t4p yNit
S' Rev. Ed Beck former

Just Kids All-Americin basketball star at
i They're
t the University Kentucky will Daniels NEW YORK Oakland's(AP fine) -halfbtJ

be the speaker here Tuesday
set a record of 1.099 yards il
P f ----- night at Florida Southern Col I
winning the American Footbtj
.. Dy JACK SLAYTON legia annual athletic banquet
Ledger Sperts Editor The affair will be held at 7p.m. League rushing championship.
official statistics\
The relea
in the college commons
The days are getting warmer and so is the air
The ,'.Tt Beck former terror Saturday. show runner-up Pit
J around the many youth diamonds in the Lakeland of the hardwood and captain of Lowe of San Diego gained 1.0,5

I area. With the resumption of youth baseball for 8 the 1967 and 19S8 Wildcats ia a 4s yards but carried only 177 tin

: and 18 year olds devoted adults and parents are an ordained Msthodlst clergyman as compared to Daniels' 215.

flocking to Lakeland diamonds to see their belovedin and a staff member of Keith Lincoln of San DM

action. the Methodist Board of Evangelism had the best average among L!,

It's that time again when one should pause and In Nashville, TennA.arda 1e r top ball carriers, picking up u

consider just what are the reasons for the existence will be presented to yards each try.

of youth baseball programs. One wonders when the Moc athletes Judged the The 1962 rushing chant_

even the governing organizations seem more con "most valuable In each of seven Cookie Cilchrlst of Buffalo. |
sports and plaques to seniors ished third with 971 yards Ube
the articles they send to publications are
letter led the league in number
who are four-year (
barometer of their with
any objectives- maintaining rushes 232. and in touchdo

the status quo of a large adult governing body draw- men.Varsity and Junior varsity letter on rune 12. He also set sing

ing salaries than with the promotion of the baseball I also will be awarded to game records in the Bills' Dee!

programs. .more than 100 men for basket 8 i game with New York by car

But they are and were designed with the Intention of promoting I SIASON'S OVU-Tfc' S..... Fe c.tNlie Hih SckMl C/.miM H.." kl C_" isis Mack 'ball baseball soccer crew REV. ED BECK tying 36 times for 24] yards 111 i

good citizenship and sportsmanship through the play 44 ek.ir.e Tk.n4.r el5ke! *... May ..... 4- I, ea Mnll,..*rnr Hiflh Sckk! hi t.. Svt-Grmp tennis, golf and to members of . . Dinner Speakerone five touchdowns.
ing of baseball. In the early years when the programs first the rifle team. Daniels and Lowe joined thel
"Ie.fft l at Art Park The CrinwM H. .
wkf MnlkhW" with a1 tS racer,. M. .ib.s .f MM tout ...*..
mushroomed over the nation the principal bugaboo was the left .. rit t. four raw; Jim bill,..., Mark MJ.1e..... CUrf M....... gill H......, Jim ViU, sad Adding beauty to the occasion of his greatest challenges AFL's 1,000-yard club I
be 21 coeds receiving !
raised will members
"parent problem. Ovenealous parents havoc with Other are GUchrut l.
LMM MiNi' .n; tMMW tow. Harry McCUnk. Mike I unchurched He
| AlNBkkffw, Dick Hkrt a. NII.tkk. Tw and is to reach the
other coaches and of both their awards as varsity Junior Abner Haynes of Kansas
players.flJunlur' managers McCI."'..., sad .>knkkfCeltics lay aeMml ebid _. .....as J.h. Mesael. K....' Balk. a.Hrt S....... vanity cheerleaders. plans to continue using Christian Tolar of City]
and Houston.
team and the opposition. They also heckled umpires and one bke S....... awl .. such Wade in Charley
Msep.r Gary S. .. U...... Pies. by Hashes.. Beck' speaking engagementat athletes, as
and all The Lakeland programs over the years have worked Florida Southern will mark bis efforts among college-age ,

hard at developing a standard for adult behaviour at games hit aecond trip this year to the gm .

and this problem while always existent, has been curbed and Seek Title [Plant Wins Sunshine State. Due to receive sports awardsat Chicago. Belts

controlled beret During the Easter Invasion of the FSC banquet:

Protect Status Quo Dayton Beach by college students YI.. .'0.Kn..55na a.4.1a.N ....,Ir..... MW.nt14. R..wt
: 44aw ..... _, ..... Phillies 41PHILADELPHIA
from across: the country a.maa. Th. D. Tim
The national have in lawsuits ...
organizations However engaged Clincher "mint*. CarltM _.. Will
WesternTrack Will Wade Chicago ... .... ,
TonightSAN he and I L"dl w, o.vj thinkma
petty squabbling and In setting up a bureaucracy. Some .......n-.lV a..Me5.5
Bean quarterback and 29 other ._._ T...." __... _' .....
seem more determined to protect that than they do ..
group big name athletes conducted Mike k.rkW, Pil n P*. .- (AP-A
with the establishment of baseball programs. They fight more FRANCISCO (AP-Bos- detente said Htnnum. "They bull sessions and counseling C liflawl,,.. aM l Hick OMM rMtnlb, IM s.>.iM [end rN dre Rodgers two-run homer

for national control and authorltythin they do for regional ton's Celtics stand Just a game were completely aggressive all TitleTAMPA sessions on religion up and a.vast H ......1. IN" . 0.5 'and four Philadelphia erron- i

control and local option and regulation. away from their sixth straight, of the time and never gave up down the sandy chores. (>kb..r 05Ik ..i.._. e.ir,MMM. three in one inning-carried tilt

In Lakeland the programs are handled by men doing the National Basketball Association: pressing us." In his new work. Beck says kwt.55at.aNarn.L_tar.. .Km MarMwotfJ.m klruM AittM: .5.'MIY.'ee O.v.d: ;Chicago Cubs over the Philllw
task for nothing. And their devotion In the past has led to championship today and are The Warriors who humbledthe A dropped baton .... .wtor bv. MMHandy.. Prank M." OleNaKL. 4-1 Saturday night
excellent results. favored to win it on their home Celtics 11M1 .N ..- ... ....u..4. Jar ....i-. I Rodgers' home run his third
on Wednesday In the mile relay event spiked Rochelle Divides ........, 0...*. .u,' >. D.. .__
court Sunday. night led 24-17 at the CMI 5.44. KM Alkriton and ... this season drove in Ron Santoin
As for the adults watching the game, there Is only one quarterand ,any hopes Winter Haven had of'Junior Meet ".-
word of advice. "These are not professionals. These are They virtually wrapped up 44-40 at the half before the High pn.hrnaa 5.5544,5 T*. the eighth and helped boost
14,862 fans In ,winning the Western Conference Tarry O55r', P.. ._._. pirvsj. Larry Jackson to his second
the Cow
young kids. Treat them as kids. Root for them. Applaud the crown before the largest Rochelle Junior' High School Rhin IVu, 5w55 W W. 554 .Noy
track and field meet here Fri :..I:1I.. .
them. But If you must boo and heckle trot over to Henley crowd ever to watch a pro baa- Palace. split Negro track meet with _are-thir W.'Iw truiAvW.MM w.n.. ...... Ys. victory against one Iou.I .
etball game In San Francisco When the count reached 52-49 day at Plant's Dad Stadium. of ..Mtim. ".... _*<5JlJrtMkMm'VwT'Dlrkv I The Phillies threatened in tht
Field and take it out on the Lakeland Tiger They're getting 18th Street Junior High St JH,550.
paid to play and part of that pay comes in the form of being with a 9843 victory Friday for San Francisco the Celtics ; It cost the Blue Devils the title Petersburg Friday afternoon at : : kill ejJ5JJ|=:; ninth loading the bases on two

a for baseball fans. night over the stubborn Wtriors. exploded. Sam Jones started It as they finished with 81Vj pointsto the L. L. (Nurml) Nelson fieldat Jan.r 'n:. ::v J" ,,Tarn,.. 0.55.D... l. Littl*, singles and a walk with one out
scapcgoate ...
with 39'/j ofr the ktev .1 Chert S.JJ'J1 J5JJJ7p But Lindy McDaniel relieved
two field !
quick goals putting winning Plant Lakeland Senior High School., C.b t 555.
The are there to enjoy themselves and learn
Tom Helnsohn the pro veteran Boston ahead. Then Heln Panthers. Others: Robinson. 42-: The Rochelle Pantherettes :=:y'le.ar Vs.lt 0.5.4 Rr55V. 5,54 Jackson and got Clay Dalrynv
the lessons of good sportsmanship. They don't need some 2'3 ........... a.55n55hM.. pie to force Tony Gonzalez at
from Holy Cross provided sohn hit seven field goals and : : King. 38; Manatee. 21;- won 52-40. while the boys were Owar.. na 5.50u.4sM
adult delinquent to sound off and heckle them. its Chamberlain 21 .IN Oiw. .. the plate and struck out Wine
the difference with a 15pointburst production proved Just ; Lakeland 13- losing I9-$9 h. I v rity era 0Ya Kur
Root but don't hoot!11 l Nash, kill. JMO M.Lod. ew NItItt 5oa
in the third period as the enough for victory.In 15: Hillsborough 13; Jefferson The Pantherettes raced to Ihi-. AIM. K.rh .I.... 5wr55n.5a CHICAGO' PHILADELPHIA
the final Rod- of the Namur. l;H ONa eN Mena. l55 kkrkM kkr.kSitwkrt .
Celtics took the lead for the quarter Guy victory on the strength ,,"..h, and N. Drt.r.PrwkmM .
Short Sport Notes first time and outscored the gen of the Warriors began connecting I The Dreadnaoghts hard bit individual effort of sprinter. Tan c._....._..0(..K_..Cash! .. ,UwHkow.n. kokCtMvw ants ft tt S liSSAliM f S / Tkvtar*t5 4151 4111

Warriors 28-8 during their big on driving shots and ; by losses via sickness and the Earnestint Marshall, who was ko_ tn,,i_ Jim M...n.". .T.Mwyxr. . William N 4S IC.lllMH r* till
BUBBA JONES and Ronnie Mooneyham both of whom Tim kki4. ..iT*, Jim SknMrl fen* M ilrtrtuM rt 4111 5 5sans.
surge. scored 18 points to pull San transfer of hurdler Larry Pea the most valuable runner of aM ....' YIII.T"1f .- Ik 4 a iCovln. If Ills
starred last fall for Bartow Yellow ... .. ..... .
the Jackets: are currently "Helnsohn didn't get one easy Francisco within one point of cock picked up a pair ef sec the meet. She won three first .<...... -...J..., Larry' .....Rd.h. Ho.*5445'r t.. Ralson M 111 IHwrnfk Ik II II
getting tryouts with the University of Tampa. So far reportsare hot," declared Warrior coach the Celtics. onds by John MUdeats m both places and started the winning VtlX, Tm __.. Hickar4. Cr.R.rtnw, Basso ef c 3151.5,1.lit 'O.lrym. n C 1111 4111CWM

good. . SAM HUFF heard about the trade to Washing Alex Hannum. "They were an Then a crucial bounce went hurdle events and Larry 440 relay team. Her 10.8 time .He 5r tu..ur. .... _.41...D.... Oaw Waw.n 0,4455. acme a II WW M d | |s

ton while he was In Cleveland having a steak dinner with Ed ough." to Boston. With the score 92-J1 Gamble's victory In the discus in the 100-yard dash broke the:,Moos-. Maeu w''ODswIHan'd'Jen.4i McOknikl e S I Snmlt*.p kill IICIPlMlMC

Modzelewskl. . THE FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION is Leading 3-1 In the best four John Havllcek missed a 10-foot- at 141 feet l!4 Inches. state record for girls of 11.5. I"; T55M LOOMS N. c-.il. .._. ... .1111Mill

considering backing a $100,000 golf tourney In the near future.A of-aeven series for the NBA T. The unusual rebound went David Fannie tied for fifth to Despite six first places 16th Cn.rlM 5.55t 5.i. Nan Kn',kt.Kk.Ml 1 MaJ.r 5 SI 4 14 TMlIk k HIM MITklllt

meeting is slated by a committee appointed by Sam Banks title the Celtics: appear a shoo- high and away to( Sam Jones the pole vault. Street had more depth to de- hun"W,11"M! 50dh5.. w.".,..'_OikrnkM'"JJJJJ' and A.Th Wit._..J.; 5.'r,-' Oklryinklk.... tar kl HM rk.CklcMk .udi. ta Mil ..

, to consider the plan. It would probably be held at Lakeland's In and Hannum admitted. Then a pass to Havllcek and he The Group 4 track and field Ifllt the Rochelle Junior High W. 5.w and 1,15. ... 5 ...r.Van.y ;. .. ..... .i. *M ''' 5I554ad..IN1
1.440 wm .......
I dropped a 20.footer. meet is slated at Lakeland'aNurml boyl. ,.... C-. ..-. .. .... ktMiMt-i
new golf course being constructed across Memorial Boulevard "We've got our backs to the " ewla' ...0_. ."_1. Mw,.. l-lt...rt t.Wins. t a mwtt S. POt.Ckkkkk .
i \ from Kathleen Senior High School. . TOBIN ROTE, former wall. Then he added. "But Heinsohn who suffered a cut Nelson Field Friday with - H M..ha.$4.45......... ku. *.".a.....*.., .......t i im ...... .1-'" Phld.imik W-. 0'.nd -..*,.
\ .... ...... Tlnkw tandY wri Sknkt. LOSChkkk 1. "
NFL and Canadian grid star led the American Football we've been in that position several under his right eye In the first field events and track eliminations T'Y .. ((Man k livMk Mlklila r.
1. times in the past few quarter led Boston scoring with in the morning and finals -/v-e.fi.sij---: *" ... Ik-Cow. .....,. A..'... H5eadwnit"x" I
t ;League in passing with a 98.4 per cent mark. He completed ... .. 5r foonrt Ckwk" S-Calllwu;
25 points. Sam Jones had 2) I in the eveulnl.Narvaez J ,iBSB .WL SSS. SSKBinn
1 months. 0 ........
-170 out of 288 tosses for San Diego He had an effectiveness: JWM. Cynkkw ....i*. sod A.a55 .- .P-
,llf: j :average of .777 to .689 for Tom Flores of Oakland. . MUR, Bill Russell turned In a tremendous 11I- .. w. al ,,. .1"IR M 1 R 1 511110J"c5ae. 1 0 1

: f :RAy defensive Job and Wilt ___OJ McOto"iaI ..,".. 11 I e 1i55MK5 I
OLDERMAN of NEA says many of the Chicago White __ _ __ UU ,. 71-1' 4 S .
Chamberlain was limited to 27
":Sox with their 84 PGA Will Move II' . .
were so unhappy contracts they forced
points high for the night but A bowling learn representlot snot ..1 t . I
Manager AI Lopez to hold a meeting and request they makeno low for the 7-foot-l Warrior ace. the Lakeland Moose Ledge Out Of New Course .WP-J.ckton.. U-V._, 11_. YAr'

more public statements about their pacts. One player reportedly "The big significance In the e Ne. 145 Is participating this ConlM. '- :M. A-IM'

was pruned $6,000 for having a bad year He wu out game was Boston's great great S .r weekend .ta the annual Moose PALM BEACH GARDENSAP

for three months with a broken collarbone. . OLDERMAN state bowling tourney at Day ( )- Warren Cantrell. the SPORTS CAR

also claims John David Crow will be traded by the St. Louis NFL Slates/ lena Beach. president of the Professions
Golfers Association the GYMKHANSLATED
grid Cants. . THE LOS ANGELES ANGELS, tired of en Singles sad doubles were says
richlng the coffers of Walter O'Malley In the form of rentalto Weekday Tilts .5 bowled yesterday while team PGA will move out of its new TODAYA
national golf club May I be-
action Is slated
today. Rolling
play at Chaves Ravine plus concessions and parking fees i

(the Dodgers take all of the parking fees and 80 per cent of NEW YORK (AP-The National on the Lakeland Lodge No. causeThe course watering system sports car gymkhana apes
14$ team Wade Dusty)
art (
to all owners of sports and compact
the concessions), are considering an offer by Anaheim Calif., Football League has ex Rhodes Charles Snyder Ed- is unworkable and inadequate
will be held today at
to the franchise there. The would build tended its 1964 schedule into ater cars
move city a 43,000 to the ward Fence: Charles Veazey, Clubhouse construction is Incomplete .akeland's Drane Field.

50,000 seat stadium and'the Angels would get a fair share of week to Include five Saturday 1 Earl Transue. Tony Mocerl: The gymkhana II sponsored by

concessions and parking fees. Right now the only hitch I Is the games a Friday night contest r was the sixth bowler and com Landscaping and soil structure the Imperial Polk County Sports

fact Anaheim city commissioners and Orange County com and two Monday night games In peted In singles and doubles. are below specifications Car Club. Registration will be

missioners have been unable to see eye-to-eye on raising funds addition to the usual Thanksglv There will be a meeting at But John D. MacArthur the at 1 p.m. with the first eventat

for the construction of the stadium. Del Webb claims his firm hog Day special: at Detroit. 7 p.m. May 4, Monday, at the multimillionaire who built the 1:30: p.m. Entry fees for non-

could have the stands ready by April 1, 1965. if they could begin Among. the Innovations in the 4.ie Lakeland Lanes for all women course In hopes it would help members will be $2 with trophies
construction later than 1 99 game schedule announced Interested In participating In him sell housing lots nearby
no August 1964. . THE HOUS awarded all class winners.
today Commissioner Pete said he wasn't worried.
TON COLTS tore up Ken Johnson's contract after Thursday'snohit by a summer lesgue. There will be four regularclasses
Roselle, are a Friday night "This Is just a move by Can-
will be
League games playeden
defeat by the Cincinnati:\ Redlegs 1-0 and gave him a and a special women'sclass.
home for the New York troll to off
opener get me fanny and
Monday nights and will be my
$1,000 raise. Johnson who had his The gymkhana Is slated
arm Friday said '
Giants with Washington their II. All biter get a few things finished ,"
gin May women up
for an abandoned air strip just
the doctor made him feel good by saying "Ken you'll probably first home night game since\ 1938 sited should attend this meet 'I MacArthur said. "It's typical of of
west the
be remembered more and longer for having lost and airport.
and Monday night dates in Detroit III,. him.
every baseball fan win be pulling for you." Johnson said he and St. Louis. MOHNIN ayes I The PGA threatened to move

felt worse for his teammates who "wanted so much to win The season will open with a I Punk'! O551s6a'" ...... _1'4 a64 l out last February but MacAr- Funds SoughtFor
that one for me." night Saturday Sept. 12 Muloal ., .. ... JM Mi. thur got a court Injunction. He
game t AlrtM . ...:... 14. 1UO. Track Trip
ftukri Tti .. TMk :..; 1J 111
In the Cotton Bowl where the said Friday that he could get
... .'
HUH w* sa Du. tlkolur.
Dallas Cowboys will meet the ..Kill Case. .,.... many aimUlr, another The Rochelle: High School
St. Louis Cards. It will close I Cantrell announced his inten
I tbs
Hiss Panthers win In
i I Mulberry Loses Sunday Dec. 13. The champion. axe ., Il 4lUiMl. Sues: Mwl Don.Hikk ions to walk out In a news re South West Regional compete Negro

ship game will be played Sun ITS,. IJ.Mar' lo4lYMukl.. (. Mtrik DUB. lease. Hours later MacArthursaid high school track meet Saturday

day Dec. 27 in the home city (jf! ne'Ou._ sit he had Just received a special at Bartow.
the Eastern Conference chara In M[ delivery letter from Can
.... 55.56, 1.1i.ea,1.l Lit fw. 13. Following the regional the
I Sub-Group FinaleAVON pions. D..'..111111..... ..I._c7a{..B.4_W.M.. ..u...u... .1 9. trell assuring him that the PGA'Is state meet Is scheduled Mar
Most of the are televised ready and
willing to
games : nw.. HutlkCfc Slki MwW ktarkan.: complete M at Miami Dade Junior College. -
regionally into the home our responsibilities
_.. k-Vi
area of the visiting team with THIY GOT 'IM-Tli", ...1." .uec""ull fwhktf *wt .fWillis. ,... .F.w'ysy.* LumfOT*. l'T55fltTM. the contract." Funds are belag railed

PABK-Leonard' Sulll- hurled 2-hit ball in losing fanning .the home city blacked out. The .. Irathm. Ikit kmt "..,.. center. At to*> M,. k.J Mrs H kwr llll' TwnMlrw i k-f:I IM.S.f kXMf I Pwik ir ,ttSPARSTIMSDS now In enter te send the Panthers
van tossed a' 1-hitter here Fri'day five. Two errors and Kenny Columbia Broadcasting Com M. A. .."." kl HighluJ' CIty .held. up a ttrlns kl 20 WMM run.Kins . .. a LIOU to the state touraam.nCoAnyOllt

night to pitch the Avon Cook's single accounted for pony bought the rights for two t* 20 ,wi.<.. They k..tM HMM. In Lake P.rk.,. lott.* left """ bot R. C. Cola Grabs Interested In making
Park Red Devils to a 14) win the Avon Park Z'S1..tO.s I : r. 4.,34M.55a J a donation to help send the
In .. .
run the fifth. : :
at $14.1 million a Ik N. Hull with 1 .mj ) black ton ih. ..
years year pay n cy a e 4-poun. c. |h.

over the finals the Mulberry of the subgroup Panthers baseball In a55 MIN,>M P.rk* .and..........M.HMll..,...,. *kM a kulllVMatn. kik see s-n-a k !.:i iH plus another $U for the championship while fkki., Lake r...... IvrtM rlsU rUlph Dukk ...... up 4.R..$Him.., >MI,::.:.:.:._:......-: :: 5..o.r. I.:._ Pony Opener, 7.6 state Rochelle: meet track should team man to their tilt

game. 5V..?...4 black .... H. Ivt* .t 212 Uh Orfv. W.... H..... Ni.k '.... ri % ..._ -. HSk. R. C Cola scored a run in the UtyssH
tourney. contribution Cash
Huh MitfivMtMl MWM to
The RM Devils will clash .5JLT1i . w4:, 5.55./1.:: bottom of the seventh to edge Johnson at Rochelle: Junior*

with the Zephyrhnis Bulldogs Beats I '1.6w,' earls YarMr 5-li .I4 (in: the Leco opening HI 'Lifts 7-6. Friday in Senior High School.

In a beet.ef-tbree series for .,.was -aL"t
Vincent. DeradoNEW land LeagueatkeSppoortte
the group tourney this week SklTHWM tM Loss
'CivMrk .. : tIts man's Park. Bows
and berth In the Florida }
a YORK (AP-Younl'( ,' ., ... 131 kOOrdlMlk
: .:';....... :: The winning run
State Class B II* came of
tourney .Zeph- Frsnkle Nsrvaez has set up a ....ko.. . .. ... . . IIS nw David Grimes" COLUMBUS Miss. (AP) -'
yrhllls eliminated Clearwater timetable Wm Mrta *. Ckvkoix. ISlt. leadoff homer
f '0r designed to separate SHH' t.Mk (Mill., Ctvbojri" M4 In the bottom of the Peggy Moore of Loyola University.
Central Catholic In the subgroup Carlos OrtU from his world gaols. ar'de.p seventh. Ales
finale at Friday f nirMaIMIY7 Grimes went 3.for4( at the New Orleans defeated
night. Frostproof lightweight championship. Th ID: : : : .plate for the winners. Tym of the University of Florida

New York-based Puerto Rica tel uuiw. son M. U),. sosi u Wkit lw Ni-llfkt ass yesterday for the Southera
Sullivan had a perfect game flash Is running right on sched : *. *. C.1a .:: :; .e as.ass t=n t
tt ,
p. ClleI\ easM. Collegiate Tennis
going until two out In the seventh ule. jc_ .I.--: MaM... 4>..anwtt m., 141 tSi' kjrjL.""*"*
when Gerald Tucker singled ship. 7J. M 6-2.
Narvaez 22-year-old Caguas. Miss Moore had defeated Svl-
for the lone safe
Mulberry P.R., native was pronounce via Bradley. University of Mississippi
He fanned 12.Mulberry' .
ty. "three fights away" from tJ. Miss Tym
a t-i. 6-L
Larry Hagan
tie shot by Whit
co-managers Sandy had downed Barbara

Schwartz and Jack Reilly before MiUsaps. 60. e-2.

Planters WinSubGroup be outpunched Argentine In the doubles, Miss Moore

veteran Vincente Derado Friday and Miss Tym defeated MIlS'

Title night hi a nationallydelevised10rounder White and Miss Bradley M,

at Sunnysida Garden. 6-0.

PLANT CITY Plant City After extending his unbeaten I
i : .
chalked up a 5-1 sub-group streak to 14 the oneebeatenNarvall .l aA. tNMlr FSU Wins 6.1

baseball victory over the Har- x a said he wants to meet ,

dee Wildcats here Friday nightto British campaigner Dave STATESBORO Ga. (AP) -
advance to the finale of the ti
Chantey fifth ranked baseball
lightweight Florida State won Its 18th
group affair. at Madison Square of the season Saturday -
The Planters will play the
Garden to June. Southern
Pasco Pirates in the first game l beating Georgia
.here Tuesday night Winnerof

the be.t-f-three series advances MIAMI WINS ..,.".-. PI.NTI

to the Florida State _.... DELAND (if>)-Mi ml collect. TAGGED nH-Ktmitth. Orkdkm. left, .held up the .. .4 55 T44 M.SkM .S..M 'u.
--- -- -- - .. 50l.
Class A tourney. ed 13 hits off two Stetson pitchers black buss .hf ckfht white. Kihliif. Lake Jvltan. It wi the third ,Ul coal.. M.in4 kit .r._..'.*2St.,,,

Mike Rollyson. who just Friday and romped to a .....4l lank fW the Avkvrn1.!* angle,. Jew Utt, riche, has. MI.la. ky'*::::iiitimj It. wow I
basketball scholarshipto PHOSPHATE PIT CATCH-Mn. less McClkllki .f U0 W, Olive left Mr Cherie fit I 12-4 victory. 9. Sews Mur, .k L1r'r : I II
signed a I I ,."d rk||.4 bock hit h. Un4k4 I. this ,...'. Schlits 1.../ '--th-.7: Aron, INI5055N
the University of Florida, |..14, c...... t.4 ChkrUt. FikkU. .f 114 Antillk St. Nkrth, .bud up the atria .f II Hack l bass Leading 8-1 in the ktmt. H. e..ht It whik titkin. Lake julik**. Seek fiahin, I ,' ,r..w ," ..... R.m55

pitched one-hit ball for the winners \ I they Ckyht while. fiiklnf e photphktt f>t s.ueh.f LkkUJ.. They Mk4 Wkran f.. "it. (L.4fkt ItyUaml added four runs seventh.j out .f Lady i Flkklt. Gasp Last .... knl.n Puked "..M4La0RHt..rt... U. O ."_ l'a ..M 5..
baled knorhtr black Ar.r/a. le.ew '
I aM4.
and fanned 12. He has "... by.Hvlchbee.l. j the game. I!..peaads kilt if bad Kk H|. hit, I ": ._r05K Vm.aw Ur- .IM.N DuHe M/nor., O3.. IMwwa A'Ntnar


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The Hill Opens Nov. 14 Yanks' Scores Loop Top

TALLAHASSEE (AP)-110r. mounted In two Pal

Of Heartbreaks Ida's 1964-65 hunting season NEW YORK (AP-A suggestion pay League games Friday

opens Saturday Nov 14 for deer that Roger Marls might Polk Materials trimmed

-0..... turkey, quail squirrel and bear have developed a new personal. Federal, IS-3, while Citrus
under regulations adopted b>' ity this drew vehement denials -was
year downed Sunbeam
By ARTHUR DALEY take Its course. The ball had
the Florida Game Commission "
from the New York Yankee
@ 'ate Ijork Eimrs: been so doctored by the gouge yesterday.The 6-4
slugger yesterday althoughhe old
NEW YORK-The that it couldn't in Chaney had a double and
pitcher's spin any
only exception Is the Third admitted his aim was to have the
mound can be Heartbreak Hill sort of true rotation.. It had Conservation District where the ; Folsom a pair of dou-
better relations with the fans four
on occasions and Ken Johnsonof been given a built-in dipsy-do. season Nov. 21 and Barrett a double and
opens and tion.
the Houston Colts la the Williams swung frantically at press. : for Polk Materials.
latest to have climbed it. A the next two pitches and the ;NGS CAttp Hunting will be permitted : "Win. lose or draw I'm out one I Federal got only two hits.
wave of sympathy engulfedthe ball danced from his I pltac dally through the First Third to lead the league in enjoying As I
big righthander after he bat. He fanned.away and Fourth Districts In the myself this year," he said. "I Ing Mathias had two singles

pitched a no-hitter against the Second District except for'want to relax and have a good to and Geohagen dou-
Cincinnati Reds the other With one out In the 10th 1 i 1 1S Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy counties I time.. and singled for Sunbeam.

night and lost, 1 to 0, with two Larry Kopf sliced a roller ; and In the Fifth only "I've made mind not of .u.i.n.l. . 100 -if II
through an infield hole for the south of State Highway 50 and up my .l"t. . : ,: ooo 5-- 1
out in the ninth as the direct I to get mad at newspapermen. or .' Cnlhoun' (4) and Wnkn
first hit of the game. A drop west of the St. Johns River. first \ mat Chmmwri.
result of .
errors.Those let the fans'booing
a t I'm not going to
ped fly ball let him get to
who have been lin- third and Jim Where staggered day huntingis bother me. Let them yell ' %t Jfc-l IDtiVtf
up stepped enforced, hunting will be al- :n> (.) and MOM, Gar
gering on the baseball scene Thorpe the famed SAC'' and all they want to. I'm not going I..u..... __ _
for a long while accepted this Fox Indian who is still regarded lowed dally during the first nine to listen and like It. No more
misadventure with knowing days of the season and during letting those things bother ,
nods. But those unfamiliarwith as the greatest all. Nov 25-29 and Dec 23-Jan. 3. me'1 en |f
around athlete America ever Soundly Booed ble.
At all other '
the peculiarities of this produced. The noble Redman times Monday
perverse sport were horrifiedthat dribbled one back to the Tuesday and Friday will be Marls was soundly booed nut .
a man could come so mound and closed: to hunting. opening day at Yankee Stadium
close to so signal an achieve- could Vaughn catch realizinghe Shooting hours will be from when the fans believed he had, CLUB RENTALS
never the
ment and then have the rug one half hour before sunriseto not shown enough hustle In an: peal
Mercury-footed Indian at first LAKE FIERCE CATCH IS Tk.w l WELCOME
*( 'n lucctufylly brought ball that, BEGINNERS
yanked out from under him in one halt hour after sunset effort to catch a fly
threw home. His catcher never : In c.tchn whil. fnkinf L.k. Utrtt .Mt ., Jtnninfi'; Flihiiif C.mp. field
him in
so cruel a fashion. They act- i of each open day. fell In front of right OPEN
ed expected such a play and At the top .r. J.kn Diwf.; l lift sad Cliff Mcl.oW, beak ., l.kt- divided for single."The .
as though things like this Turkey hunting was a
have never happened before. snoozed peacefully as the ball .Led 1, with I c.tch .f 11 blink' ..... Th.y sirs trollinf with y.llawtkytttn into two seasons: the first opens outfield was soggy from of AM.1100 .

They have-much too often. skipped past him, Kopf scoring for k.it. At t". "",III. M,. .n4 M,.. lot D.ntkyMn. end with the general season Nov. 14 two days of steady rain" Marls

The record books list seven the lone run. Alice P.,., eight .n ., Ltk.U <, held u, the c.tch *f bl.ck and allows three turkeys of explained. "Maybe it didn't look ,

perfect games In the long his hit Two ball men for nine had innings pitched and no- .... end bluiillt. They uldI... w.,.... for ..It. either sex; the second runs that way to the people but I ran : << \
from March II to 28 south of
tory of baseball. This means one of them, Toney had keptit FISHING. HUNTING as hard as I could.
State Highway 50, and from
that the pitcher retired every up for 10. As an aid to those r-- I "Another time their booing
March 27 to April 11 north of
batter he faced-no runs, no not very quick at arithmeticit might have bothered me. But 1 I

hits no errors, no walks no might be well to presentone A Tribute To A blers State are Highway allowed.50. Two gob- didn't pay any. attention.-----They- ,
nothing. Since perfect Is a mathematical fact. A single --- --- ------- -- :'

superlative no game can be ball game had produced rr, State Highway 50 runs from i I New Tampa Hwy.
Brooksville through Orlando to FHA VA
deemed "more perfect" than 19 innings of hitless play MORTGAGI LOANS : 686-0613
any other. Yet Harvey Had- One of the stranger aspectsof Proud WomanBy :
dix of the Pirates once pitched i I FIRST MORTGAGI CORP. Jamie Jackson,
that fierce struggle was IATUIIDA" Hoeaty navoeaa7 OP FLORIDA
such a game-and lost it. that neither pitcher realized NATlO""L The A..4 1.Ia001F.la ..., Ph.,. MU -JMf l.Hl.n : Golf Professional

This was a real weirdie. The what was going on until the FRED JONES T..Me ( ., .. "(IIIVICI... a.IS.out...,tI.IU1INI1 Ave.. : .l .: ,
e. hu.
(T..n" win
trim little lefthander spun his eighth inning when the Cub Ledger Fishing and Hunting Editor ,.t-of...wn ,.e.. .-1.1
way through nine perfect innings bench Last -- -- --- --
got noisy in an effortto Sunday Betty and I went to Orlando to attend a

against the Milwakuee start a rally. "party" given for Mr and Mrs. W. C. Meloon in honor of their r
Braves but the Pirates hadn'tscored "Come on," screamed a fiftieth wedding anniversary..

either. They went Into Bruin to a Chicago batter."Let's This was something special for us, as well as the Meloons
overtime and Haddix con "
get a run. because I lived with them for In ,
some years my youth workedfor
tinued to exert his magic. He "
"A ? shouted a
still the run them in both the old Pinecastle Boat Company and the Mohr /'
was perfect through
lung at the end of the bench.
uYa./ee tt91
I0th the llth and the 12th "Hell we ain't even got a later Correct Craft Corp., and because they were like a mother
and father to Betty and I, when first married
for the longest stretch In the hit offen him" we were

annals of the sport. But an "They ain't hit Vaughn yet, Too, we also got to visit again with many old friends and

error broke his perfection in either" shouted someone else. neighbors who we hadn't seen since we left Orlando to cometo

the 13th and the only hit of the This was a violation of base- Lakeland some 23 years ago.

fray plunged him into defeat. ball's unwritten law against In fact we even got to visit with a lady we hadn't seen r YI

Nor was Haddix-Johnson mentioning that a no-hitter Is for many years and to whom I actually may owe my life. '

either for that matter the in the works Any such men. I first met this lady more than 30 years ago when she 0.

only one to fashion artful no- tlon is supposed to invite the was a widow with two small children to support and trying to toI

hitters and fail to win. There whammy. Since a Cub mentioned do that job on the small farm left her by her husband in the

have been 10 such epics of the no-hitter first the "then cotton poor" area in South Carolina, 20 or so miles southof
frustration In all Almost on inevitable Jinx descended on Columbia.

a par with the Haddix stunner Vaughn. He had nine hitless Mrs. Lydia Pounds was an aunt of one of the boys I
as a never-to-be-forgotten ex
innings and lost. worked with then truck
driving a hauling citrus from Florida
ploit was a game on May 2, A pitcher must be skillful
1917. north. When I was stuck in the area over a weekend, I frequently -
to fashion a no-hitter. But
went out to her farm to spend the time because ITAMPA
This was the classic "double it's even more Important that
II .. .... .
no-hitter. It Involved the he be lucky because baseball ., ... .. ... ...
of ......, ... r TlOtt... -M.n....., A.rll..it...., M4| M th < S amn
massive Fred Toney the stilt is a game of inches and 7.41 < t. 7 45 lit wn riM>, S14 ..m., ,t,,
f.OI n4 _il rnM, 1 .....M Site tn: ...... I .
I Cincinnati Reds and the even it's Inches that separate hits II ,
bigger Jumbo Jim Vaughn of Ken Johnson !
from outs ran rt
liked the country and she fed me country food! It beat the
the Chicago Cubs Neither allowed out of luck at the last moment SJD.4L
dickens out of eating In restaurants and living In rooming 0
ahit, In-
through nine But at least he is in
houses or the truck! She really fed me.
,nings. Vaughn walked Heinle good company. } &
Groh twice and Heinie was But the reason I remember this lady so well and love her i,

doubled up each time. Toney ao much was because of what she once did for me-a stranger 4.t

twice walked CY Williams an No-Hitfer Tops you might say j_ ijIt
early day Babe Ruth who always It all happened one cold stormy night. I was on the way

belted the big guy as if Boys LeagueA north with a truck load of citrus in a sleet and snow storm

he owned him. On the third and had contracted a bad "cold". I stopped in at Aunt

confrontation Toney used a no-hitter topped play In the Lydia'a and asked if I could go to bed for a while, I felt so bad.
different ysstem. Lakeland Dixie Boys Baseball

He tried to waste a. pitch League at John Cox field. Possibly Saved His Life
but the impatient Williams Donnie Crowder and Gibson

gave it a riffle. A line drive teamed to no-hit First Federalas Well I woke up a few days laterl! 1 had been sufferingwith

went screaming off his bat Rotary won 170. Crowderhad pnemoma (which was bad in those days before the mira- w

with such prodigious force a homer and two singlet cle drugs etc.) and had been delirious for days.

that It curved at the last moment and Gibson had three hits And despite the fact this lady probably saw no more than

-foul. It crashed off the Voyles homered for Rotary. $50 in cash a year in those depression days (she raised wheat a'

grandstand with sickening im In other Grapefruit games which was taken to the mill and made into flour on hairs;
Linder Industrial edged Red Hoi
pact. The ball should have com 4-3. and Kraft Foods traded eggs for the things she must buy; raised her own meat Jiif

been discarded but Toney'a downed Peoples Bank 154. Lin- etc., etc., as most farmers did then), she had called a doctor

eyes bulged when he saw it. der leads the loop with a 2-4 obtained the necessary medicines from the drug store on

A chunk had been gouged out mark. Kraft Rotary Fin credit and nursed me through my illness. (She had been a

of the horsehide. before her and her husband had been killedin
Federal and Red Holcom all nurse marriage-
Big Fred merely let nature have 1-1 records. a hunting accident.) PLAINS PLAIDS

Bowden had a double and two I only found out about the bills when the druggist later or

Florida GetsRollyson singles for tinder Garber had told me about them saying "I thought you had a right to
two doubles and a single for know."

Kraft. Aunt Lydia, I am proud to say, Is now living In Pinecastle, Afoot aloft or afloat GO.
. .
By edging First State Bank e.
On next door to her now married daughter and appeared in ex-
Publix the Tan-
5-3. stayed atop cellent health for many years.
League with a 2-0 mark.
gerine I am writing of this lady today not only because of what
fMC knocked Kiwanis from the
Grant-In-Aid undefeated ranks with an 8-6 she did for me, but also because I sm reminded of the old HART SCHAFFNER & MARX II

win. Builders Cabinet downed "American spirit" which she exemplified.

Southgate 10-9 In the other So far as I know despite the hard times and the extremely

PLANT CITY-Mike Rollyson. game. FMC First State Bank hard circumstances of her life she neither asked for nor received
HS&M beat the heat whether
Plant City High School's "Mr. Kiwanis and Builders Cabinetare any handouts from any government nor anyone else. tropicals you'reJetting

Basketball" this past season all tied at 1-1. She stood squarely on her own feet doing what she called from coast to coast or getting from hometo

signed a four-year grant-in.aid Brown homered for Publix. her "Christian duty", even to a smart-alecky boy who was
office. Take choice of
to play basketball at . i55 e1 1 your whisper-light
Thursday riM Poser to her raised two fine children she has
really nothing (
...... . .. a. _I15 ; a son
the University of Florida. ..__IIft.'tI.. end' O.C.d. worsteds and wiltless blends. Even the colors
.1.1. in the Navy who will retire in a couple of years!) and did it are
who All-South 0. 'I and sown.ad
Rollyson. was M.lwm lOS Ml 5.5 ILinOr all under circumstances which would send most people flying this Cool and
lighter summer. Tropicalsuits
west Florida Conference District 'trl.' II* OM 1 4 4 crisp.
oHM and tulMom lUMclM in. nowadays to the "welfare".
Region team's MVP as a W,"....... that the
. .. 755 II arprlnrI. I'm no person to be crying for the return of the "good stay way through muggiest days.
Junior Coach and Athlete Magazine .ns . .. O04-45
All-America and the leader a.' old days". As the above story shows those good old days HS&M tailoring sees to that. The look you buy

scorer and rebounder for HOC ... .. .. .. M5M.1Ir.55.--4 a weren't so doggoned good In many waYl1But is the look you keep. Come in now, ahead of
Coach John Edwards' Planters, 'n d.,15 a.d NM/al, .. and one thing is for sure we could use more of that old

led Plant City to runnerup honors ..nun.rukix . . .. 555 I 001I 1 American pride and independence today! the heat, and choose your cool, cool tropical. By '
.. _
"r.r t Itato I.ftk I !81-1 S
in the State Class A cage ",-11 and AHM41 _k.... and CM- .
playoffs this year. I;.:.b=. c..,.,," 155 50-10 I -r rj' Hart Sehullner & Marx

The 6-foot 3-inch forward who M0.:>>. ..54.....ff' L..J'; : I:;' C.. From $85
probably will be switched to rYMM..

guard for Coach Norman Sloan's Williams Gains *Above suits available In men's styles or Traditional

Florida Gators was a standout

quarterback in football and Is OCALA (AP) Defending

one of Plant City's top pitchersin champion R. L. (Bo) Williamsof *McnVt Department 1\1\ Unln-rHUy Shop

the Sub-Group baseball tour Ocala gained two strokes on a ,
nament. front-runner Jack Rountree by soft shoulder Racquet Club . .

Rollyson was the third Plant firing a one.under-par 71 yesterday r
with natural shoulder
City player off this year's first but remained one stroke ? single pleat

five to accept a basketball schol\ behind at the end of three rounds or plain front pants plain-front trousers
arship. Gerald Danley is going In the 13th annual Henry Camp

to Brewton Parker Junior Golf Tournament.

College. Mt Vernon Ga.. and Williams' three-round total is tint t
I Clothing Expert Tailoringl
J. D. Asycue will continue at I 210. Rountree shot a 73 for ala
Lake City Junior College. total of 209. P.

0 f.A ?It ,...

Hopkins Sets World > em'B"I illIte

Mark In Broad Jump 1"1." Myrlck'i 10-D.y c...,(. '

M Store

DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) ] Now he also rates as one of Myrlck'iRCA. . u1 tf en

A mighty leap In an event he the country's leading broad- .., ......th. to ply
jumpers, after wiping out the
doubled Gayle 121 123 S. Kentucky
doesn't like has ,
oldest mark on the Drake Re- "
Hopkins' chances for a spot on lay books and setting the only j; Ptool. Rink Chti|.
the U.S. Olympic track team record in the meet Friday. .- --- ---

this fall. Hopkins, who says he has Florid. N.tl..II..k HOUR FREE PARKING CENTER CITY PARKING LOT

I I been The pinning lean Arizona his hopes senior for had a broad never considered:Jumper leaped himself 26-2 a good to St., end LAKE kit wit CYPRESS* M." held CATCH u1-the H.f.U suing .O., 50 Smith.*.ck..(end 212)....H.rrx blink Ck.rio PI.... purck.M .* $200 *r m.r.> (Cor. L....... tot M....)

trip to Japan on the hop-step- better by a quarter Inch the .... they !.t while fokmf Like e"..... They linked cut .1 the OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. . . . MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS

and-jump, where he ranks as 1935 Drake mark set by the .if H.tcktmh. Maine .m4H.4 miflmwt for ..it. Tfct Iwt .".1."

one of the nation's finest. great Jesse Owens. nu.ht tko ttrmf in fttir hour .l Inking.;



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I-D LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday April 21. Wl lilot

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I Finance I 44* I'* > i
I ill IMV |4t>4 $"',- .11110 .3 I"" 1 $41" ... Financial NotesBy

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Lucky II .M*> .. 21H I' UH ..PtlllEI p0430ia M'* tT ftPhllEI + l ROGER LANE closer to the original union position -

Lukomtt I 40Lykoi 40 1 4)1* 41'4l 3 1320 $ lit 04PtllloRdt + .
II M 45 ." SOtt M'4- tt l I 2 .' J 39PhllMor *- 5' AP BiulncM News Writer I' than management's.

,. 'O'' tlttlllMor By one reckoning, the ran.
-M 04'* ..'*- menac-l
I WEEKLY NEW YORK STOCK MoA" 1 20 '7 I + 4 ti PhllllpoPot | SI'* M MHPhllVM 1 NEW YORK( roads will gradually realize
LIST 1 theeconomy'i
MIH 100MocyRH IMMKT I UH 4I't 4 01 1.$4|" JTSt' 14 tit lit) 40'tall''* 404.-II1 I.log t.t lure>/J o about 1250 million a year of the$800million

pf 425MidFd "1 I t4 t4t*+ h 11 .7 7 Sit 4Tt 41 year reduction they
WIIKLV NY STOCK IALII Nit I llo 110 1. 5174 $ulMadSIGM 10 7 3tH- .was away during the;
Told for wttk M3M1 ...) Low L..t Itt 5. !*- 1 "11 'o.1* 17"* 17tPCoko + "I whike railroad sought in payment made for
W_ *M .. . 270.UOI Giant .. ,11.1 1374 54 C. MidSG pfoo ." | | I *1013 I' Bl + .' week ending a services they said were unneeded -
Yur aoo ? isnttx i Weekly Stocks In Spotlight 'C.I 1 M..5 1 41'4 Iftt _- i ,Pit 5. 344 35'* "4+ strike threat.
eM :::;::: :. : Glb.1 'S J. I1 t1 Io. I not rendered.
Two vri ..;;; iT4i4fcJ . lISa N.v. It* ITH JT- 1W pf 7 141 141 141'IIPI.I o
.n I to din ........ ..'137431 GlmkaIS 1.1 79 3. 44 3 I'-M.11 147 17 ". ._ 5." lit IM 70'* 41* 4t ,. Under prodding from President -

IM1 Ml ...... .ISI,771401, NEW YOlK (AP-W.ab's moat $ctlvs GIna C.7 513 '" SIlk ".. ..700Mlrnlnd 2 1' I2 23'*+ ""It Itool Itt ,. 11* 13- 1 Johnson rail managementand S.O Jobs Te.ten
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lltl t. cat . . .VtSM.HIITOCK N"H"h G'.A"1' '. I 40Morotha 35* 11+ \PISSSIotA 130 71 7-1
13. .
--- Low Wa., HInd Low Cl'.I. + tMoromont 111 tO>* 1-Pit 4 7f* -and officials compromised On the other hand, the overall
I "I Il 1 -
'I'la DuIpla .. '). '" CI"' 44 GI U..S 51 1GI 1 41 IS'* 14 'Pit t 11 W* "'4 1 stubborn disagreement overwork settlement will
211 Gul . 3' 2. a eventually
Wille IN STOCkS AND IOPIDAPoPowIr. I. . 4' 'N 1214- NIMI 11 151 S4H lit* 14 + 'IttiW, 140b Mt 02 IPlIlihl
..... +5
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closllll ..... for w..A I.dId A.II 24 .' 1074 7' Ch"sla . .7.,5 I 4114"- I"Gol. N.5 13* 11* II'* II_ t* M 35'* M1PolaroMI *- 0

3174' 33. :Oc'A t :::::::::::::::: :::: 3474 33 5074 3374 53 !f G.r '..1 6 2 d'7" 3'' 34'l. .' C'I. .ITH 14. 3b2llOl .. $ 7,.':. 1S1 I"Iy Iter.ne last summer in a 30,000 or more Jo pride

AVIKAGII 1 1414 $way Pd ....... 1774 .. I"" Got Ill S.. 00040. I If 3174- .PoortC 1. If 50' 0 te dispute Involvinglocomotlve der existing 6.0
MortlnMr $ It
per HIM Law Last Not CkIndUl 4I'i Ford Motor lt'4 1IHII .Portor plo tOO'l ft'* 100 + "
I24S4 114 4! 114 It lid It -144Ralll :: 5314 Coat Airlini :::::::::::: =: 32'l$ -- G..y.G..U. 1 5l'l 50)1. 1"I. 1 N.I I.20* M* M 1 "_EI.I I 232 1 21 I 21'4+ '. ( fremen. decreeing men are employed on

I7 PIP Itf 4S IN.11 1MII tit : ; 40 3114 32* tJ'- ,
,, I. 53774 A' T.I A T.I ..... '1. G.nl 16 171 2404 24lb. M.H' 1-"_" \5 k3l7 1. arbiraton. oher railroads.
1.0 13f lit tl 140 04' 12* apt
UHlt lit 14014 43 tOIII Sit Am Ill 'i'1 I 4 G..I. flNb504 NnO'' Py Col 1. 31' 31- 1
tiki 217." 21711 Hi 21 III 21 IM : 12k Pan : :::::::::: ::;: 71. 41'k 6074 +, G.nIT I 1 2 17 I'7 I'27' ".. .5' 7 1130 14'* 14'. 14'*_ lbMao' Ply EG '.1.1 .5 71 77"*+ 1PublvIO t. controversy Overshadowed by the dramat-

". Oa.5 Al ..... .'1 33'I 34'i Ga' $ 12 1"" 11 $1'0.. 1150 141* 14'' 14''+ lb ( It* M'* 31'I" Ie White House announcementof
'OND AVIIIAOIS S Pair ... . 1' I $74 4. Oravions 110 d'lCl Ma" itpf37lMoy HO ISIS PSEO MO 111 10* 51 0 Economy Reel
40 Bdl sill M 14 N 70 II It t VI 30't '. A' .,........ '.3 '" 414'l. OIAAP 1 2. 4074 34 1 34743OlIlIr pt 140MoyUW 1100 77 | Polo .fl2 IltO' 10 101 104 + 1 the rail accord was a swelling
111 ftllll till 12tj lift till I"! : 1'1. .11.3 1' I JOMoylo 14 IS* II.O 1 the'
$304 +1,1it' 1.11 1. 5314011bhp I PICO .' 1 + Laid aside finally was .
llld Kllll M IT W17 to SO W 16 .01 7r : MoPor$ .::::::::;::: W: 474 F". +14: 1. I I'', 1" 1'. '.4 I'l 37 3'0 1.4 PIG P o..1 1'5 1",* + 'I' of stream of handsome reports
Ulllt 17 fj 17 M 17 M 17 It 007Indul : G' $ 5OW [MCA 101 11 51 ht.I"5 2fPubllnd *- possibility a
.. C. .. .5.5. ....... '.'. + N ,' + In 1" pfl 3'1 COlt.tOOat by businesses on first-quarter
tj.47 tj71 t MM tl 71 + 101Incomt .. .... I" 1" ii 04'l IS M ISt* 3tH 1 tl .11. 1 I rail that
.1 102 tie-up
Hoiii .t.kl .. 16.0 7' l ., SI Sill 2701 3 Pelldent profits; a 10 per cent rise
3414 201t .. .. 3304 St't" 5I OISu 1.4 1 3 la'A-. r. 1 Of3 150 7) 7444 7 b
.. "lln -
U3.1 said would have Idled
71.11 71 M 71.11 7111 + '.31 3474741 __Coalrot Data .. 1'1' -. IZ 53204+ NCo' 1. _I 2. 7e'l 1,4 PI10I 1 I 53'4 I first-quarter dividend
----- 11. G'H.1 I.10 3 ,, 25Vi, Nc.1 H 1. SlOt hNCo IlIad I 11 U lion workers, cut back the Cross pyment
G..ld 13 '7' .'.+ i/a 15 6.. 1' I + I Pubikln' .1.O. 111 It' 7* TtPubin and signs of
WHAT THB STOCK MARKST DID hi" NilSttda $4111 Nil I National Product 13 cent
Gu" 171 41'* Itt 31'l1* NcCo. I H47S ISO IS* Ut 151- 4 per in the vital auto and steel Indus
Two I Hial Law Last Ch (504. I HI.I Low Lot Cl's., Gulf MAO I tt 4ft 41'*' 41'* . I lit + ,
N 0, )3 1' 2'1 1'4NcDAI I .and forced rise
Thli Pray Vor yMrtWMk 1.724 CI/ 43 17 417'a !)011_ :Cniclti.I .10 373 1'1' 1''_ ICrl' |GuHM'<3 Ptt I" tl M ... 11 'J' 3 "u.IIC.40 0 ir' I' 1'*- a general price tries.
WOOk M* 004Advancoi .mDls' .PG 101 5474' p404 3 10774 ' I I 15 14 IVl 3'I 354' + 114 "uSPI 3.
2J' -
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.... .1 190 Oil 374,,1..tlO. 5 .0 its 57'1 5' 1'.. CO.1 ,. $ 1 2514-.I GIOI IU 1 I 24 N 41*' 40t .*+ NGHII.1 I". 31'A01 PurtOII" .1 254 3 .3 'l' economy, Humming auto assembly lines
..... .7 170 1031 I pt4 130 + .. 7'C.O.h.Ik ,. of the longest
DocHnotUnchlnood '. lbMClnlor postwar
5 10 10 0 G4SlJ PI440 1220 t4t t) tl'4t* . Puro.Cp I2B 201 20'* If + mont brought production for the
.. 167 17* III 122, llu.1 1.2 17 31 '. .1 of 1 S S + GIISU PI430 110 tit tl' '1'.1 ... l.d 21 51. S'lMOO. dll: 25\ 24*+ 1 upswing is to have reeled yearso
Tout, " ISO' 1534 ISiS' 1415, 'okS .., 43 430,00mm .IS 4 1. .. ulllW 144 1 17t 24',. 24<4- I'* I '0 I 1 21,"ue..1 t 40'.. If* 40t+ I, likely far to just short of 2.8 million
Now 0,1,10 hl.h. 1.. 2)1 ISI 71 ,Its 27 OIl S 144-' $4acloo CunO, .1 1 If 504lb' laO Ittk Sl'1-lCl Nell' 15 . "u. .1S downhill.
Mow yo.,IY 1.,1 . 102 71 44 ITS $ 0 .30 7 :'' 341+ 2'4IhAl' Curt'a' .. I Il'.. I 4 5CurPbtuf2k 'GU' Mil. .. lOP 1. 1 1 ""I units, about 221.000 aheadof
A second fruit of the settlement
.44 "' 10)4S.cPlL + 45 + 574 -H- MeLloW 41'* -
--- .1' 1. t. I 11 15 OuikOot 120 + the comparable 1863
$ 1./0/ .4'.7 47041"k Cur Oof 401' 7 1304 + lOCk W'I 045k44' "+ 'NcN.I/ 13 23'- .OulkOll Ptt 130 147. "1.7 was a recognition that pro
WMkly Mvmbor ot Tradoo lumtN I $1101 .SO 1'. 171. .Cur w" 1 .. 'f" H.I". I 13. M NcQ.y 4 2 2074 44'' ', Sales moved apace.
V. Stoctl . tICS Said 1..7 27 ,. "I I 3 3 lbCullar ., SIC 7 43t" '2'* 42'*- It* N.OC. 1.70 17 Q.SOlt.. 1.* M *- 1 even extremely bitter conflicts officials looked ahead optimistically.

NY Bond ... . iAmorlcin ll H..I 57' 13' I u. H I 1 1'. 6 'illicrtt .|0d J 7'. 7 7 .Nld 2 12 1. 1. 1 RCA pf IM 2 77. 7"t 7T'iRllltonPur involving abolition of many jobs
. ... tAmrlcn 70 0 .
I lock 1.1 'n'.5 Ham Wit 30 20* 70* NIUH I 1 I 2 21 4I'b I 154 21 26'* *- 1.
loads .. .... 12 : 4414_ HmWlt p<. M f* t4 + VHomPoe N..h..1' .7 I'. 5174-' 1 IS 1. II* ll't- .can be made to yield to cole

---- eli 1.lk.1,., Ow I ': :.)" tall.4 II El I OanPlv.C D..Coo'1 ,,3 .,1 I'; "5114.' -. '.Hmo Oro'.2 2 34. 13'ttt* 23'4 33'V Mire I" J I 1 I" +. 04Morol "ne.ln.. Mlt 120.1 1st II. II'' 1''1'tive bargaining. I Steel Soars

WIIKtV IALII ., '01.'. '' 4604. n 02 P2 + 1'. H." C* 1* 15 6 2.. 40. 401orbWk 1 I 140 117'5 I..,rtllntl ,1 ,12.7.. '* 13- Adjustment of the dispute appealed -1 The gain of third-ranking Republic

ThiiWoak TDliWookA $load 00, 1 I 4.' a .. 17 14'AooAMtl D..e.. CorO 1 0$ t 2'1 2. SOIlS 2104lb I 1 J 3f 4 3 Jt + .N"r .201 Sal 1'. Ul 53 + 'Riyonlor I > 441 40 IT* I7tRlvtnn 1'. to b on grounds a little Corp.. first
1 3" 40 3f 1 32. SOul SOul.l'20
Voor Ao ,' 224 20* Ste
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1." 11015'OPL "A' 75 $214 $a'io 04DaccI 5
7. 1'' 12 1' 42'I 11ovoroCoP *- !
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N Y tlockl M34II IS 734 IJOSSI ._ 7.. / 3 .3. 'Rudln 3 check in
Dora W.r I .
NY BondlAmerican ,174000 |)2)ltOnOI 11 . 1.2 .5. i Hortco I.SO 11 3, "*- Itorihow MOM 1.1 : 33"a+ RndIaU III- lila .. Not t
SlockAmorlcon 721 235 I.071,OtOSI 'o.W ,1 5 12.. .. .D I 2 20' ,.5'.3. 6 I I 1 22 21' 21- .N..4 215 34 : 311401 NoadiaS '' I 1 l't' ,. 1 I'u' ( ..) 1'.1' Low Lost Cnf'M figures, was a resounding 7

BondlAMdWMl .1)2.000 SI.fl.000 lom'.1. I I' 1''. -_ .DI'Hud., : t 21'4 Ui' 2'I H.'IN 1 1 > 47'* 44'* 44'* N.IEd of.3 12 PS'A 1504 1'._ 1 Rid Owl 6 2474' I ". Oul"o 1S I' 17. M'*+ 'per cent over a mediocre
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2 6. Irlal ISNIynUO Alk IMOlomNot 174lb .
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Nod .c "IS 5.50 34'k :. I Oil loo I 44 .+ 1 l'l 6 17 1 and a host of other
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A''sld..1 '0" .' '*- \, Ill ti'l' $774 11''*+ 111. 1400 no 44'I 4ot 43*+ I 'ld>*l Com I III 17'* Nil livtvi ,' PI4JS ..'. t4*+ .. ,01 '. 17t+ .'5 ft tt IV* I'*- l.aUnFlait go.rment I

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that GSA
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PP..Ia, ICMI I 7 1 WEIKLV NT PONDS Sllel Net'! NorPo 4tl4 t t4 t4 *4NnrPc .

".1. .. 23 .." 7 7l NEW 'rO'K (API--'oM .ln.' I. a tom- 11.01 Hlth Lo Lttt CM' ... 1 ." ITVt tPt' WNorPK
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AMERICAN STOCK AND BOND LIST P'otG.. .. 15 I' li's.Si l clvanta from .. woak clow.NIW Chi TH mOS I IS + 1,Northr cv.1 4] 114'* 111 II5HH I

-. - PICaS, 514 I UP.3 .M4 ka,. N.5 Chock "' ,tlI II ,,- tO't' 0104+ .' -43--
WIIKLY 'lcT.1 1 .I HI.a L. tail ClnGtE I4'4 '.- Oh*
AMI*KAN.U. .. 1 I + Ch. .1.7 I lel.r I M Silt H + SIN
P41W 'r0'1 .AP--sIMk, Ii a c_ Nil ..1" N."'1..1. lo lIlt .' 44'i- 4'bOualmp 'Intel *.n i II I II S II S ClnUnT tS tS OIE I TtH .
M* tha slick. _ Cr,.,, Alum ." I HI.h Low Lid 'I.1. 11141 3 HIO L. LasS Cl YOSK CITY Cr1 PIll 414511 OP 1' + lie' I CVS'MII 141 174" '7 IVtl I
"M.d nil* wM th I 1 154 3 34 -R- CIT ". M'* M + H OllnM 101 CHICAGO
Amrkan Itock 50 .r .1 cvS.6 lll't Itl'V1 (AP) Following
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EKhanM. thrlnt Cm .2 'P II I' 1 I 1 101 I2S Ut OxIP
*. ws*. vKs Nil Individual"I.. low M_ tar O S lit IS.4 J"ft" GI. 1" 11 ,04455 LIl 'J 2" 1 41 -ACOIPOSATION- CCCSL .' IN'1. U + I .I | 11 11. 1.W n A of the hog cattle
4* MM lummar
Cr.54I -
Nrc. I? 554 354 1i4- JoIO..1 helo".m CCCCWM 4ltl I '
1' I' 441* "
..*.. lie *"*"** lrom Sits, Culle Curp 421 154 5'j' I- :,Jo 43 555 ,. .'. lie .m.E.J ,. ,0 \ PONDS C"vlli l7t U I' "441Vt. PatOIS Silt IT '04'4 10]10)4.+ HICC an sheep market for the

clOIo.A Cu'l"' .1' 3 ii 0 "L".o 43 5 $14 flie ::= J' ::: r ik-Red IHlIT lIt .lOS"'. Inl'tI PS It t ll't $3Il-. 1 I" &E IsiS it 'Oi $ IW", Vt ::
Cut .30 1754 I. I .11 I 1VHI47 I "vt1 C.IOP = GI 4Hlfl 014* IOIH 10144
21 I . S : :AIOII tSVt tSU- 94 t4''' tl tl IV "e 1 '
.. NM C"1 I ,u liSt +' i 1! :; I l.siiA n.12 .'. 4. ._ I MO 1 111'' |31' 1M',- i, C.lllniR : tS't M t *' .GI .' 1454 OIH 500". 54- t USDA: Cattle: Compared to

.iu..1 NISN L. Utt C.. -1'D "I., ; II .t.II + l., "el 2 1154 ". '1. .,IIL ." 1 107 tOS .131 1'v Cel CM .. .104H 1.. 104 U "o 01 .' AbicPpt43 II 1'4 5 5 . 'Ju.11 C. 54 ." 6'ISi I . .31 I2 1 .. 4054. ''. inti7 tl't "'. tl't ''Cot 104't' IOIHVt M 01 4liI 14 100V 10.
Acm Him 40 iv* | :'11. Dlt. t P I. 1311 ,. IIISi I '' '' ''ft 1.10 1'" 1I .11 C"4'''' ..I07H 104' 107'-S's Ctl. G.. .1 1 I.0. 101't 101' l4l' "e 01 4"." .101', 0'1 I cents to $1.00 lower heifers

.Aeirw Mill (I 44* .'* 44* . ) A'K'.n t' 11 1 1 I '''' .H I 7 ...n t7't t7'. C.: IG. It '011 IOIH- 't "A GI 4'.l$5 I tt tt mostly 50 off: COWl 25-50 hlch.er -
.". Pre If 4 JOCoCo 'D.'. 104 341-' KIGI 55454 11 '. Mt "'.- '11.2 I S + lie 11 ti ti Gil 4H\I3 I P7SI 9X171 t9 tf -154 -
e" 1'K.D ti Co I7 t7'** | "o t
..- MbA 11. .'. IH O.vll. 1.. 3'. .''+ .'S "'. .. 11 ., .'5 1 I 114. 1 *_ .7 3 I7''C. 141 I7H* t Ca G.. J .t J ..' ""- "'"- GI ... .. J.PKG4E .:| : bulls 25 hIgher

.roFlow .1' 43 JH )' 94*+ 54 g:::. .. 15413.11-1.14 "e.1 tSP I'. U.. he. 34 J'_. I'.. I AHimC *0 1 100'. 100 lOS'SS; Gat 3'", 1151150151 : t tl't' tlH IIVVH Slaughter steers: Prime 1225-
...1_ it 117 M ,*; u ". : .: 2r 37 3? + St I K.v.ft.. I. ." ''IOM, Ca.. S i AlumCa IHiTt tl'''* tl'* "', ColGl, 1H.77 ., I' PKGIE 171 1 tOH tOH tOHVt,
AlrwKt Mf 17t JH I W4. Si = : 1054 1554 St,I K.wkl .7' .. I .' aiD tS ll't' 17't 12444Vt I "CI 94.11 1 ItH' it at',+ tl I 1''ColSOE "'.7 1 'N .. 5: PcGlB Il74 ,It 47,5 174 ITH 1300 lbs 2275, load 1214 Ibs

A.r..1 .., 47 10'* Itit ,'_ lie o.l,, & ;-S- : I.-.' K.y.i .i''' S S O 0'.iuSr4 Ml .I.. AOIll CV44MI4 107H 10I', I0l"s.54 a Comb *.. ,a 1MH 1044 7" I F teal I Sill 1 U't U'" I3't' + I 22.85 on Monday. high choice
A'11I ,"., tu 2. I u... Denon 11 11 lost 104* $ 2 ,. 1454 1414114 I ,MV" I. 101 .'. HS AmPS Il203t Itt TlH "'. + H CamS 2i7T ISH 15-1 Pec GE H.II1- T Tl'b TlH Jl't' *
..- .ICMI 12 'i.'i 5Z't4 0nMlt 174 40'. 41 Ii' (55454., .Ili I , 3. 154 + ,.,: : < IV* 1Vtl1t I AmPS KMT It Tt't 71 Tl'/t.+ 5'. Con le Sift I lOStt I lOS FecTlT 4Hul 1 IT 100''. ttH tt<** -: and prime 1100-1325 Ibs 2150-

AIi' $ A .. 4 ,, 11 u7'is.. OenM deb I HI |S4't 1S4H IS4-I (miDst ..2 I J 1'. I'.. I .IsliNlu 3 1)4 M J7'' 3TH* H AMP CV4i'*>ll ,S tit till* I C.II laSsOs '0 'OJ' 1. 101t+ 5 =ecTIT ]>*.|7 1 Tt Tt TtacT4T 2250 high choice and
AlupA" .IO 17' N'. Diulli Prodn Klsu54rd I 54, 11 11-1*, t .10lC : tHtlS prime
uSi It'. 7H TH 1 I A.I I I AOpt CV4 4010 | us II 104 Ill S II Tl't Tt Tt I
AIuW, tot U 154 17'' iPi4 01 04* It 15''* ,.. II (,lISuPd .III .. 4'I . IK'n ,, ...I.. II 20H II + ., A Smelt 4HUI S '" Itl .* 1'4, Cole Colli 05103 SI 101'4 '.014 50214S PAW cV.'.." \1325-1380 Ib $21.50-2200. mostly
.,... ArI I. ii' I lu_ ,.. Oet lid Pd ,'* 111. A.* Oil . 7" I '.I ..ubl. It tH AmSut | 105H* I* 4Hlt1 102H 10TH 101H+ IH IllS Ul Ul'4 191
Jl. HOO-1460
"''1'.101 17 ,'. 4'h 11 IMMom .40 I VH '0'1. . .' KirsyPel .52. 2 :. $'. 3315. l's I ., Iran In .'C ,'. AmTIT 1 10 0' ttv.* 100 + Cofl Clll 4HltlV I H'. ft.* tl'*+ I PAA C 4Vtl4 -2 prime lbs,
4,.! ,SiPrui U tt I "L4 DvelP.v 1 '1 M't 95H + lie slurs'" .U' . .'. 1'I1St' "tiiiifn 40* u IOH IOHtltur ., AUT CV..7 17 4 400 4Hlf2WonEdll .0 sIll yt4* tt4_ I 1001 142 132' 137'*- l>*'| bulk choice 1000-1300 Ibs 20.25-

AIMuAi, ,. Iii Its .. e I Devon POHt it* | -I4 \ 1-14 K IlftOS.. ,0 '0" ,. Al U '> 10 .l' AmTtT 3. tOH t 4. .' lbl t7V I: nPwIL : T M4 144** I 21.75
AS",. C. wi 13A .. S'4' a". .. ''OIJUJW Jl '5 .5 ISH* St J SPIt II I "Sic Cr.,I } ft IH IS.IS i AmTtT 3Sii73 I liSt tl OI't! I I, CoEel. 4iM 1 14 tl. 11"I P11115 P.*. : 40 101'* ,::10) : choice 950-1050 Ibs 21.75.

::::cr' *u 4 (Hit HI. I I'i P. I554, IcsA .. 41, 41,+ I.i, AmT }. T 114* U44H, IHlllonEdll 3 M't Sill' M't- : : RR 111 22.00. few loads high choice
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.. : : $54-. '4 4 Dlv.-p 40 I '.1 It K.. Nil I I I. ,.. ," .' .,.AI..1 1 ". 1_ .lie I,. ,. 1 f. I*, 94145onEdll I .. IJ4 t.n. 1 I, :RR '::95 $ : :WH :I 1000-1075 lbs
AIu4 Pit 4) 5u4 .'4 55.. \fo, pinllvn Car UT : IH* K"I.1 '2' t /SAG. 11 5-14 .. "l AmTtT ,..7 1 . 9' MIanEdll 10 II IS .. 4''. It II' U 22.25-2250. choice1300H50
AHovi Uft' > Pu JIlt .. : DlnllvnC A t IH : 9H. FoM '. I 0.1 7 .. 4't 'i AmTtT |. *..* ., 3l7lonEdlt lI tf'4 IM4.M + RR .' li Tt'i: : Ibs 19.75-2075. choice
Almir, AiM I .'. 3'-. i\' ,D Petrol '1.. IS IS1 :Kills .'O 2. 4,54 ,. 445. It' .'',.''In'.1 SH I I ."TI ... I. ".. 7IH 7IHVt', 2HI71 1 W M I: Phll.lW IsiS | 100't' ,:i ISO's'I' 1450-1575 Ibs

Aluci A 4" jj frM ll\j 1'1 I .. I I ITS 'I" 524" \' AmT 1HM4 I 744* 7.1 ,.'. CorPus tHiltonEdll d 7I'4' 7l't 711S' PhlUEl 4HtM 5 tl'* tl'.- |>* 1925-1975 good
Alt.MuI .,s S. .'. \,'OIIC.. 17 4'* 14 1 LalySad .355 ", 'O'ft' TOh 1. .. To I'4t77' to 1HI77Electr 3 M't' N'. M'1105't + 5' PhllaFI:: mill H IS 15 .900-1250 Ibs 19502050.
A Ie" 1m. $3 U''C. 54 pom To.1 I ,. '7 Hi* St, Api. t. S" 1 .hO; HP 4 11' .'. |4H_ 1' Am TO 9t4t 47 t7Vt '7' 4itU4 47 104 I04t,+ I'', PhllaEI 9>iil) I Sill llVt \ I
""bll Oil 4'. au. 1' Olv 6 t 11''*+ I .. 1' .O. M.t' <* .'._ .I 9H7T ISIs _.- SI I Con N..O.. S .'''' 104H+ .: PhllaEI:: : l> .47 II I4't 14' :' Slaughter heifers: Choice 800.
Am. N., t. I 'Orl",2 15 94 L.m 354 ". 3._ lt''. 15'* 17H+ ''1101 I4.il 101 lOIVtIV* Coo hI I 101't .. 10]'1IOIH + Phll4EI 14.171 II It't' *: l4* 1075 lbs 20.50-21.50, mostly 20.50-
." .. : M ,. 4', 7',+. I Inuo. I 14'I Ii'SS" Jo.llft..e. J J'7 14'* IT 4> h Am. 4 ArSIItrt '1''C "C' Drepw 1 It liSt M .' ". .. 5354I .1. '3 .. ."+ lie' Armco 415iM tl'* "* "' Co NO .. '10 1031 I PhllllpP 4's57 144 II4'1' 1 r '..+ "'. 2125 late few loads high choice
A I.u. 'C 'Drlxar, Harr 10'* 20't' L."i I. ". .t.* t'ooiP.ee ', ._ 10 101.-PCCtSL 5170 '",
1: : ,. 3S.- 5O'ISt 1,1-SI 1 Armour Sit4f tt f'' tl '1 I C. NO ttH I 10)'t 2' 1 and prime 875-1004 lbs 21.50
A".kl.1 .. 4'MSi' Drut Pair u #. t s'.* I I N '. t'i. I.. 40* I' 1 4"I I Armr VISIts 70 1154 114',_ 1AlhO .' on NO 4HMI tlH ... 555454 Si PCCtSL ..7 1 lOOVt 0', ,
'ut. 4 .. Durly CO 1 9<. .'. 1'. L.rhl.e. J7. It 2' 14'i'' 341s u. l II i 11 CVlHltl tlT 117H l20'4 14'' ,+ 14 I CO NO ii7t 7: II H'I H' I'4 PCC IL ..r *n* ** 14PllCoal few loads high choice and
INS ._ OurTeit .1ST t't SH t . "r It S 4H 4H- ,Aiwlnv' 1 __ "' 4 tt tl tt +
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.' L. Pillir '. I I ... I S.r 10 '0 Vt I C. 2.7 !7 I'. 5'CSmPw .1 .prime 1157-1225 lbs 2100, good
Am InS "' .. DuvalC I tt 12 I'1 I. 1214 12 II Altalnv S > PlantPL 3-' 1 M ,.
/ 4, LM MoP A '. I" 154 .7 10 11 iAlWHV I .t 1 7 '01.102'e4- .1 I I
OKbury '
A.nlv..S .O I I'C 14.54, Oft..O 401 I 4H 4H- IE L_. .'2. I :" I'. 2014+. 1'evl' Astir Is* t 71 ,'. ,+ 1'I 4'. | tt It I Con.'. ...f !0 101 10 Procl 0 I tlPubSEO under 1000 Ibs 19002025.

An 'Si I'i L"1"' ., .1. $ I ..101" 4HM4 I tt Il". TS'iV' CoPm cv..S 14 14$', 10 IH 4HI77 I lOIlt 101't HitPubSEG K Hogs: Compared Friday last
'm MIt .us I . 2.. 414- lie IsIS II' Coni' 11 ti* 11V UlQuOtt
4'. 41'i 4S'' 4 n 11 n ....illt* "'h'l t t .' 17' lIlt 5254 ..r .
A".w.1 t 1. lS 71. I ll. .44. It r* 7 7Hf 1 Lel'.1 ,I 7'. ,.. sills Ind 41 1',. I. + I "e"l. 4ltSre 1 I I 1 Ct Ik ev..1 14 1044 '0''. 1044* .| week: Barrows and gilts weakto
554 I ,. IH IH* lii' I ". 4' 1M4 ContBak 94 tt tt + K ICoolCan -R- 50 lower.
Aal.iq : 53 :: 54i. '1u,' ItCm 40 2 t'* .. .'. LI.Lllum"'o. .1 1'.. 1'1. 'U''I Inc 4't 944 9H. V I I'0 lit tt* WOll.rSKlAIP.ef I 4HilS 1101 "101 1'ConlOII ," 1H<44 1 "'. ttH* most loss on
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A"'i.l. U' ,r,.. I" h.C. I 104 14 41H 4I. 42"t. .t: .I S I ... 5.,% 2':. .. ft. .' ,! '2 US'. ".'. IIi'sS's' I 4i' t1 1 10 10 '0 I'tlCopwlt RIM* 9'tttl.' I I 51 MRepStl weights over 250 lbs; sows 25-

1. .. ', hln Prt w I I'* 11St .: 533 3154 II'S I 'v 4'l .'. Allots I'l7t 15.. I7H I cvSlTt IS + .. 1" tl't tRvnTob 50 lower.
APIMu Coro 44 .. ,.' .." ItaCp 94''* I 9]'._ I Lo. A .1. '' 1'. : 'ut cv44.it| 7 II ._ ,.I|Crow CoIl Sill tt I4IH l4S't 1471* :\| .. NH "'C" \
An".1 I .. I4'54 14'44 hi PIA150k 1 W Ill Itl I Lon.WI.2 7 0 t I Sill 1 90S IOU 2B 4 CrowCol, .'... "'-, 'S'' P1554- '. 'I"" eu..U' ., Barrows and gilts: Closing

:A.I.I' : '0" ii'ISi. I'1' ''h1 PfS3K. .St in 4 1114 1714 11 11144 II 4 I .Ss.r.V. 11 0 .... Mi545lI .1 fS"SL..l, I. W MH tH t 10 IH4- .It Crt Cur Ck Pub..... 2 17 H'. t4 I2H tt I4't+..I'.' I Rohr tv5'l77 1274 IS 144 I04't: 140't 105't: 14l't4 101'tI'l: > l"l:' I sales 1 and 2 190-225 Ibs 15.001550 -

:r: 4M $3 3u r 354 3Si4 Ico.1 It .1. ll't IIH+ L. .... .71 1 i"1! Paso c.'u74 5 154 I.'+ I Roy Me t'.l77 2 104 1 101't' 105't- 1155) 100 head at 1550. Bulk
P tt .I 1' I. I" P" S II IIH* 14. is f tl | Ryder cvsvtil! 1144 IM .114 ISLIP
0' II I. II. t SH lIt I l L. Land + I SrcP .Oil .IGI.f : O vt I -D I mixed 1-3 190-220
I. .S. U l' .'
I 171 lbs
A.u' I .2. n lIst 134 I tt 1 Oar PL 144171 + 1t| closed
C'.I I c. ,.C 1. .LUnv 754 4 Savoy ",du.t 11,,0" uV'u1Sa C"'l.10 I t 'C 11'
jft'I"" 1' I 1 \Co .4. SIlO li't I I I ', .245 I O'I .'. >onP* .lit 7' ?, BO CV..tO 1 I '0' .* '.' 0>er* 4'till I "'. .. f 1 It3004t 14.50-15.25, 220-240 Ibs 14001475 -
7 f i iSLIP
14't IV
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Coo 4 .. ,.. pi to 1. 7' J 1'1 'C 1 I > few 2
A"L C,,. iSi 4I' lectfot 110 It 2 It iflet *- 11 1 l $004110 tS ,I Deere 4uS 4' lN22f tt "'I U4i1 1 St and 3 200-225 Ibs
A"1' Md 7 ._ lie : Alllit 55 7H T T 54 :A SICIadS .255 714 4 ... 1actT t.. F""hl 1.. 4't' B4.O Itl70 I 3. t<' tlHH.I I Mt'l SILIP ,.'? t \ ll''. ll'/t* t't' :, 240-260 Ibs 1350-

. iii I.1 Si 7.. ']' II Comm 21 94 10't IH 5,1SI M ,( it Si ". li'l 15'i. .krftG.t, 2 lou I f 1<.|i iSeaieetr Ba.Lab CV41I1 lOtVt 107 101 t'tj' OtILW ..7 I 4 tnt )3.)3 StOltP CVllT III Ill '140'* 10'4- I ,
AIuI I I 1 I? .- Elect Mltill 34 IH 1't 14n* St 14 4,5.54 .414 I lISt SlIt In-I. 5cr. '7"' S 1's 1"" .,Barman cvS'll 5 ill''* 'lit IK'i O.ILW I .. loSt .. HDtlLW II{SeebAL ItN 1 7l't 7.Y 71' > I IgOO, 250280 Ibs 13001350.

Artis : = 354- r lect p.i A I S't .. 4Hleclron lie Mack,, AM 11 '1 .. aStSt 554" : ; : n.lhl ev"1. 1 III IN 104-1 4>..1 14 4! 44 "I'DLW I lean M 4*>tll 4t 103H 103H + titartRAc I l load around 325 lbs 12.71.
: M acits .30 I'S 554+ StaulS I. 2 I'i 1St 3554 .I,Beltl .. lilt 4 101't' 101 101't* MSeartAo '
Iii II
5'I 40'4 J. 3t't UiDelPL
5WlTrenltl tot +
1. tOHBoelnt
ArLG" I. > 32i : : M PM .'.. lid W 14.4 .' 2" 10 .._ . : Sows: 1-3 350-400 lbs
Ar"L r I4 T4 I't : IHimene 7. 555.ais. . ,1 16 1171 1I4H lie' 1171 14 14 14 IDOG .'u. 'u u. . 1250.
Asusir Ii ." 35t54354 C I IH !' :M 0'l' I1 155. S CI I .ti< ,,BoilM 5 "'. 57'. 14' f 4'tt 2011 I HM4. .t> ItS 4Hi7TSeibRu IS 10'4" 0515- 1'./12.75. 400-450 Ibs 1290-1250 2and
Arfiw 1' 454 . I.npOEI 1 loin 101 IMultrCp -I 4 1451.1 1 04 1 I IlIss ItalistS 1"11.0 '. .. V."I',BOUM SU7 SSH SS Sl't* 1 Ii 9HI74 11 lt'. It'*+ Cv5i7tItrvPL M ,

A.,.. II.. 10 1.'I .' _,.,. : : 9l| 1't }' \M 70. 1 II'S 1 13 SIIiSiVV Im.ft. .> I.. ,. 1 I .' ,SuMs 4itl70f' Ill IS .1'" !<',+ I''.' o..ee ,'.. I ISVt "S'I tnt .1 Mill I tt to : : \, 3 450-650 Ibs 11501200.

A.h. .10 I 4'. t" tulIp P< 4t4* iSis 4tHtrie M Sal I I 5Itiull MALI' It't UV1' ,SnaP My lut trv, ". ".+ H' O.'Ee' J. II Vl'/t "'. HH SrttllO 4Htl4Shellun 1 lOt't 107' 1 Sheep: Compared Friday last
IhIII. . It For** I rt tHlePor I 20 1754 I'_ I'I .- .S 1 I II 1. 1"I I BrkUnG IHl7t 1. 14 14 4. I4*<. i 7 774* 77H- I* t'i7l 1.. .. -
rv Ci' '
I'IS' *pf SM *'. 14Mf : 15515 lii . 4 F. I Brunt ..' ll'.+ laOerd .. I tl 13 UOounAlrc Slnclr cv4HtliSmlrtiC .10 5Oliq4' '4 week: Slaughter lambs iteady
:::'t10 'l r :: Iii. 54 :I,' ]'* 114 : isilni 10 6'. 4'ISt S I.ou J. lie I Burr. cv4Vtill. ISS 104'* 10J'.. '.' ash I ttH "'*- 4, S'"." 14 Ill ,o"' l's'4tSi'' to 25 lower. thorn
14 1454 'LIT Corp 1 4Vt :: 44** : arlin U it 14' I 17. liStS 'O c SPa '21 '. f'. 1354Ii 02'I. DouAIr CV4I7T 105 II 7tH- ,Sonny 4>4itl tl tt 44 slaughter
7 ' IPevM 11 9Hmilr 1 a'vCarI Pt 4 7". .. 755_ so.er In.IO" l : 11,4.': S 4 41 tl tt ":Socony t''Slt : Salt' tl't 53144 I* ewes steady, Wooled Ilaughter
: : .i' lfC4Pt A -inatOen '. I ,- St C inPte 4ior* 14't M't I4't+ St Dwh 1.1 .SoBlll TT 9l7tSolndRy 14 I3't I3H U
A.u nILO II ( II t' S'i.-' E'i ; : : : ( 1SI t 151 151 1' *
'b 5 : : 1 5. : lambs
.. : St M : tl : d CU .'5 U s- I5.rCil t C. ':: 91 95 314- liiH:". tiMinar* II sIll 141troCO O.wh CV4'77 171. tt N't* SDu IHit4SoPic I 47 47 47 : few lots Rood and choice
Al' 3'N14 I .. 0. :
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2 11 .'fh. : USiCS .. 4 ., SIBoner 1| 5-14 : 4MS tf4. "" 4< 100't ttH+ U 90-110
30 ISAVu Pu. 20 754 :1: 2" 1"" Lt .'*." 1 Ifs' t4'% tl't . : .A I lbs 21002300. Spring
:::o r: sit lIt i Its Hoin t. .iu.F M SIOII:: :: A SOs S40 ll't: HI, n't- ::..CV I'll!) 21. 00'* f3 + I Lt 14177 10 Iii .J', l.'t ;SoPac "'1' t5H tS tSoPkPT
lItSi :
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AIkPI..: itantSuI .. t. .. asse I. 7 l'l 11011 B Ma 1100 ll't' 91 II :.. 354.14 711 744V .' .7' I M''. ... I'.. slaughter lambs: Few small

"LC. N. I "!". S 7 "7 I. 1 I IAI ." Firm ". : a.. .105. 2'' ''' 1St- SIsCriwwl lilOII:: Pi 140 t7't tilt 44 ] ::atwTr ... I 10J'" lS'i 1C11Calanei _t ; 3"7} I M't M" M't lots choice end prim. 90-100 Ibs

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S-D LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 21 196412"PIZZA79

f Young Sea Lion Is ReluctantPerformer

\t PIZZERIA (In South Pole Comedy

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14JS LAKELAND HILLS BLVD M. Ml 2.1451 1II By MURRAY SCHUMACH the much smaller Morse both Glared while Skipper was con

1 _ _. @ Gtw 1.rldtillu.HOLLYWOOD! I bulging In heavy gear,. their per soled was by too his smart trainer.for But flattery Skip.

p, FelUty hands covered with thick gloves The next time he appeared on
teemed Inevitable on the let of as much for protection againstthe the set he was being draggedby
A 2-hour drive-then ALL your time "Quick. Before It Melti. the' seal's teeth as to suggest his tan by the trainer. He

comedy being filmed at Metro- cold. Maharis playing the part was now a very angry seal.
fora REAL SUMMER VACATION! , } aulz' 3 t'rt wln' Goldwyn.Mayer, The producer,I of a photographer took ,his Half his body was now white
Douglas Laurence, beamed be- stance with a camera. with the artificial mow The

a41as iron yue rh cause be was already three days The trainer who was holding trainer holding Skipper In
itr: S 'r ahead of schedule and saw a down Skipper, released part of place said to Mann "He's getting
chance to pick up another half the sea lion so that Constantine pretty bad. One more time
fiFoJt ; a fx day. The director Delbert could grab the tail. Then, 'and we'll have to rest him."

Mann grinned at the prospect Morse grabbed the head. Director ,The man from the humane association
1 of a funny scene carried over and cameraman held looked very concerned
Into the screen-play by Dale their breath. But not very long I With Constantine clinging
ON nOR/OA'S FAMED FASTCOAST-- Wasserman from Philip BenJamlD' , In leas than a second, Skipper's Skipper's tall and the trainer
novel about journalists head was free its teeth had'
Safe ocean beaches cooled by trade winds grappling with the head, the sequence
in the Antarctic. : pulled the thick glove orfMorse'
fresh and salt water tithing that ranks "topi." Golf, was shot, showing the
to hand. The actorjumped
three preparing
The actors
scenic drives through famous Indian River citrus seal breaking away, with Con
country.A friendly 'family vacatlonland" with low work with a seal-Robert Morse free with a loud yell II stantlne shouting In pursuit
summer rates an i Michael Constantine and George Constantine released the tail in! to recover his thermometer.
added inducement I I Maharis! sell prospects of a hurry. The seal barking trying. \
r------------| building audience appeal in loudly with his trainer in putsuit
I up
G- .. /v.
.* r y? I ; : :: I this sequence that depicts the headed for safety under Sweating profusely Constantine .

----.a- JNtirw ............................ frustrations and confusion of the cage The man from the asked Mann if the shot was
'! Add,... ...........................1 nag grown men trying to take the humane association conferred acceptable. The director saidIt
.City Aral D.v.toNA I ta CwMll I ltate..1 seal's temperature on the snowy again with the trainer. was. Constantine smiled and,
J,; : J wastes around the South Pole. with the Russian accent he uses
Calls For Double movie he remarked
in this
if The synthetic snow looked perfect :
enough for Santa Claus. "I'm chicken" announced "Vass netting." He then fell to

___ And the cyclorama of icebergs Morse "Let the trainer be my the floor in Imitation faint.
and cold sea made the set seem double.' Mann agreed reluctantly. Mann's only comment was:
A brief recess was de. "rest the seal.
TODAY oat MORRISON'SEnjoy Toast On Broadway chilly.Unfortunately no one both-

!:the. HAPPY ,DifferenceMorrison's Jams "'4wl", I left, .uthor .l sew Br*.4wr ploy "lluM for Mtttt Charlie," end BurfttiMwtdith ered ing 18-month-old to ask Skipper sea the lion glisten how LARGE 16" PIZZA . P

director of the .h.w. r.li. Ihtlr tl..... In ch.p.jn. tout offer the premier Uit night his
he felt about making acting 10.12 P M.
It tho ANTA ht.tr 'In New Ycrk. With Mraw l. DI.... Sends, .... el the ihow'i If.". Play ttlli debut. He showed them soon

rs of the miiid.r .f N.jr. youth In' a im.ll uthrn town. (A' Wlrtphorol) enough. As soon as his trainer A-Q PIZZERIA

led Skipper to the "mark" for 1611 U..w." Or. L..I....
Voice the camera the velvet-eyed I
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his flippers and headed quickly
Present across the artificial wasteland, ONE AUNTTEO SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON

past a sign reading, "welcometo
Recital a r TheStars restful offbeat Little America I <"S t t .

," and vanished down a tun- V SPEAKS TO t.'
nel Into the radio shack. "You The ',opl." .
Six voice students of Madame 1
A stagehand muttered: "That
Anne Roselle of the Florida seal's just trying to stall long I TONIGHT

Southern College music faculty enough to get overtime." Mann 4
will be presented In recital at said blithely: "we'll just haveto r11sD aAo 1

7:30: p.m. Tuesday in the college think seal." Morse.had his
chapel. The public is invited. Impel first tremor of concern. "Do DiCKinSOn
The program is as follows: seals bite?" he asked. The

Barbara Milhgan, Lakeland- cameraman Russell Harlan,
"How Do I Love Thee" by Lippe, By Carroll RIghterBy smiled and nodded. The assist eAMDIDAT1a eDYfMN011

"0 Patria Mia" by Verdi and ant director Eric Von Stro- a..13 ':00.. ':30 roM.

Porgl Amor" by Mozart. i helm Jr., pointed out that a
Patricia Parsons Seblltlan- t leash was impossible since aeal's
"Invocation Rad misto" by Handel -
'" its -
neck Is bigger than
buys only the finest whether FREE "Nina" by ,Pergolesl "Leiolette" later the
head. A few escapes
CHILD'S PLATE CARROLL RIGHTER to others can be helpful
by Scarlottl, "Stand- very Beautiful Lake Thonotosassa
Ifs avocados sweet pickles! or producer suggested a break for on .
; apples, Thurt Nights chen" by Schubert "The Little SUNDAY APRIL 2$. 164 now. Get about socially with lunch to enable the seal to learn

beef. Morrison's expert quality controlbegins CHm 12 end win hepherd's Song" by Winner GENERAL TENDENCIES: enthusiasm Benefit spirit Its role better. STEVE'S
rash perms Oat attsen, "Alleluia" by Mozar ually.
A day which is wonderful for
at buying continues In preparation 'SPlele! fREE and "MI Chlamano" by Pucciti! Resistance Increases
delving int whatever school LIBRA (September 23 to October RUSTIC LODGE
and service Watchful constant SPECIALcontrol Richard Wooten, Bradenton- of thought or type of living Is 22) Get out of that poverty After lunch a tranqulllzer ar-
STEAK NIGHTSMSupetlor "Deep River" by Burleigh, "To- best suited to your own particular consciousness early and rived for the seal and a vet was WORLD FAMOUS FOR
assures flavor pirfeetton. night" by Bernstein and "With and lofty principles. prosperity will soon be around called. Skipper ate fish heart-

quality is J Just one of the Sat, & Soda Nights out a Song" by Youman. Attend services or studies the corner While you truly tly. But his resistance to work
Ib. elrloMt non tt Sheila Smith, Melbourne Beach early and then make a pointto have no complaints you are Increased. Skipper now began STEAKS .? SEAFOODS
bdppydiffereacasatMDrrisorns', llb'U: _Z41e -"Un Bel Di" by Puccini "You let any ingenious associates capable of far more. Be on hiding under his cage instead
Irlnln .9 and the Night and the Music know your conclusions the beam have more faith. of in the radio shack lie had I :':::t':::w,:mlitirtM. :r.:..Lak 1-*i4,;e 0.4..f, _wit'Intent, ***lU.4 twwtjfctv*.

by Schwartz and "This Is My so they can operate in accord to be pushed out with a broom. I
'Stlrt171D"NoRal l'tod.AWUWl111EJ'I ?
Beloved" by Forrest. with you.ARIES. SCORPIO (October 23 to His bark contained a snarl The Far Iiisnrtf/em/ Cell tatfc tr Chef

Yvonne Newkirk Eau Ga11i< November 21) Impress upon man from the humane association Cocktail
March 21 to April OOO IJCTl
I Tell Me 0 Blue Blue Sky" by, ( others that you can pursue talked to the trainer. /, Monad p
19) A ipprning for meditation Lounge
IB@ GlanjitnJ, "One Night of Love"by \ your aims and reach them Morse was now becoming
that intuitive ideas can be
\ ScheYzlnger, "Muzetta* I so followed with exactitude later. with relative ease. They then really worried as he watched TAMPA
Waltz""ty Puccini. have confidence in your abil Skipper snap at his trainer I
Maxwell Elliott, New Smyrna Benefits then accrue. You ity. Social affairs are very "You mean" said Morse to L TuoUtyt throufh Sotiir.oyi -<:IO to 10:SO ,.m.Sv .
know what to do to .. ...
easily 1 10 .
4r*- to ,
each "I Believe" by Drake helpful tonight Mann. "I'll have to hold his
make allies more happy.
114 North Tennessee Avenue and "Greensleeves" an old English head?" The director nodded. -.
folk song TAURUS (April 20 to May SAGITTARIUS (November "But don't worry Mike Constantine -
In duet numbers Miss Parson 20) Be sure to get about socially 22 to December 21)) Deep concentration will be holding the tall. It's t
DRIVE-IN THEATRES and Miss Milligan will ling where you can meet is required on this going; to be a great shot. First
Italian Street Song" by Herbert partners and discuss plans informally free day if you want to plan time a star's ever been bitten IHWY OIUOHffUl tUMMIIWtEKtNOS w
OPEN 6i30 SHOW 730Tonight's ; and Wooten and Miss Parsons Then you find there your future more wisely. Be by a seal on camera" Morse AT THUI lUCIAl LOW ATM
I will sing "La CI Darem La will be excellent results. Show of service to others Learn responded with asperity: "Or
The NightTo i Mano" by Mozart that you have savoir-faire much from spiritual lessons vice versa" atQdiiiNtznta1hnt
X {J
at church.
Go Out To A Movie charm. Mann tried to comfort his actor -
"Why he's Just like a dog.
(December 22
GEMINI 21 to June
(May When he barks he won't bite" Weekend Special
21) By living the Golden Rule to January 20) Show ,enthusiasm L
for reaching mutual The cameraman, from his perchon
STARTS 2 others to do
now you ,
goals with persons of own a ladder, added: "All you tat 1
TONIGHT BIG HITS MONROEBRANNEN likewise. Be of as much service autiful del
as possible to them too. ken. Social opportunities are have to do is watch for the quiet "'I

Plan the new week very intelligently open to you. Make the most pots. Said Morse: "We'll call .CRYSTALI RIVER
FIRST DRIVE-IN SHOWING! tonight before you of them on this day for real this picture 'Seal's Progress'." FLORIDA ,
expansion. About an hour later Skipper
At 7i30 end IliSO retire .
f seemed somewhat less temperamental -
i MOON CHILDREN (June 22 AQUARIUS (January 21 to and Mann decided to try

CAROL SHERIFF to July 21) Delving into what February 19) You are inter.ested to shoot the scene again. Out Championship 18 HOLE/PAR 72 Golf Course
in the creative world
BURNETT"Who's ever brings out Innate crea- went the burly Constantine and
around and make Freshwater Bay and Gulf FISHING
ativlty Is fine today and this you can Dally,

t can: be in the realm of pleasure fine impression on bigwigs SWIMMING SKIN DIVING WATER =
f now. Be civic-minded. This University Gets SKIING and BOATING' *
fun. Set up appointments
brings excellent benefits to Ta..w 1.1 wtIM F ndls PI Ma
early. Meet with important lea ".'.I* **"* eh* K tot PM.et Special Summer Rain
Been steeping; SURETY people, you and others. Research Awards : tMl.MratiM", 1M kMMM H,
LEO (July 22 to August 21) PISCES (February 20 to d(A_,M wad rkwn au boa MI. aw0 clw Nway. S 1 0 DAILY
.y In My Bed?" BONDED March 20) Attend the servicesyou ,nM :: nmamNt :: .A. Mww &.
Forget fun for a time people yourself most benefit GAINESVILLE (AP) The ae.t 5., .,.. ..........4 s.4rtflk.._,..M,Ift..*. r SING!!
TERMITE who are somewhat madcap University of Florida said todaythe one...h..a. 'ata. lA/.rm. IIIr odd $ 10.50
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THE HOTTEST .from and plan your future .1. are IM a .. wita
and concentrate upon having American Medical Association ir, tomltn lumnmf,. JL t DOUBLI
QUESTION OF THE DAYTECHNICOLOR CONTROL 0 I more harmony at home. Get learn more a positively.great deal You and this can Education and Research r 0.. H1aJre.rn. N... ,All wad Pee". ,.."' _"ak-"
ting deep-rooted there makes foundation awarded $4,805 to its c...... will 2 Deuel. *.., TV
rm INSPECTION will broaden vision. Be
for a more wonderful future.Be your college of medicine.Dr. .
636.5464BURKE more gregarious, too. ffi&zntation
kind George T Harrell. dean of
TOX-EOL IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN the college of medicine said the MOTH
VIRGO (August to September COUNTRY ClUI
James Stewart Take Her, SYSTEM 22) Getting out to TODAY, you will soon find money would be used for loans CIYJTAI EVER' PtA ON U.S. It AMA COOI IOS, TtMin"
9 COLOR W choice and that he or she has such a to students and for special re-
Sandra Dee She Mine church of own 85 Miles
O,,II s eiMnu.NNc IO Va I. Make St. then expounding fine theories strong mental power that few search projects. Northwest of Lakeland
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the finest principles ca"TSa
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IN THE MILITARY SERVICE I Be Broken TodayFor Some LAKELAND species of bats LEDGER are ableto ,

Lakeland tential! ai a leader in the aero ticipated in the search and re.., S. C. The 11-year-old soldier is New Convent fish or tip nectar, and most

space force Captain Reed Is cue of Max Conrad, the "Fly, a 1963 graduate of Union Academy can see quite well.
Pvt. Russell II. Grizzle Ion being reassigned to Griffis AFB Grandfather" who High School. Croundbreak I In I ceremonies
of Mrs. Nellie Grizzle Rout Ing crash- --- -- - y
Ny. .
landed in Greenland recently for a new convent for the teaching
3, Lakeland completed eight:
weeks of advanced infantrytraining andJohn M.. Parkman son of Mr.' Captain Deemer was an aircraft AuburndaleArmy listen of the St. Joseph's : OXFORDLUMBER

at the U. S. Army Train' 123 W. Hunter William C Parkman commander, on the Air PFC Jimmy R. Hall. Catholic School will be held this
ing Center Fort Gordon Ga.,, was Lakeland Rescue Service's transport aircraft 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy afternoon at 4 o'clock at the 1 1

April 17. Grizzle was trained it I April promoted 1. while to specialist five. from Goose AB, Labrador Hall 219 Polk St, Auburnda. school on the corner of Orange
small unit Wantry tactics and' serving as a personnel which was airborne shortly after Fla., was assigned to the 11th SERVICEBUILDING
clerk in Headquarters Street and Missouri Avenue
the of such modern Conrad's distress message Engineer
use weapons Group In German.
as the M-14 rifle and the M-6Omachinegun I 2d Battery Mislle of Batallon the 43d Artillery was relayed from Sondrestro April 6. Hall, last stationed at The Rev. Father William J. 1 1

missile unit at, a Turner NikeHercules AB, Greenland,", Fort Benning, Ga., 1s now a O'Farrell will break around 1

The 17-year-old soldier entered Force Base Ga. Thle unit, Air I Equipped with medical and demolition specialist In Company during the ceremonies. After HINTS AND HELP i

the Army last December and of the nationwade U. S. AArm part I survival equipment the cap- A of the group's M7th Engineer the ceremony the Benedictionof

completed basic combat training Air Defense Command, provide' tain'a 'aircraft was Joined by Battalion near Darmstadt He the Most Blessed Sacramentwill WITH YOUR 1
at Fort Jackson,,S. C. air defense In the Icelandic and Danish planes entered the Army in August
Army Pvt. Charles C, Welch, area. The 25-year Albany old soldier Ga.. and an Air Force SA-16 Albs 1962 and completed basic trainIng be at the St. Joseph'sChurch. 1 ESTIMATINGPROBLEMS 1
trees in the search area south at Fort Gordon Ga. The .
22, son of Mr. and Mrs CurleyS. entered the Army In October
Welch IK MeEachern St., 1960 and was last stationed In of Narsarssuajt. Within ,two 1962 Auburndale High School v ..r The church has undertaken, a
hours the year-old downed graduate was employed by the fund for the
-raising campaign
Lakeland was assigned to the Korea He graduated from Lake-
116th Transportation Company land High School in 1956 aviator was sighted on an icecap City of Auburndale before entering convent the first to be constructed 1 30 Tiers of Service
at Brede Fjord and wa the Army, for the sisters since
at Fort Eustls. Va., April 13.
Marine Private
First Class 530 WEST MAIN
subsequently rescued.Frostproof. r their arrival In 1938 to staff the
Welch, last stationed at Fort
R. kon
Temples of Mr. school. The Order of St. Francis I PHONE MU 2.2191
Dix N. J., entered the Army in and Mrs. Clarence L. Roberts of
Don't has. staffed the school since its
November 1963. GetAlarmed
1037 Sharon Dr, Lakeland participated 25 ...- -- - - -
Peter J. HUlmana Jr., son of in, a sea assault exer Pvt Donald W. Ellis son of , Mr. and Mrs Peter J. Hillmann else March 27 off Onslow Beach Mrs. Bertha C Ellis. 411% And 4
of Rt 1, Lakeland Fla. has Camp LeJeune N.C. with the Chesney BoulevarcS'Frostproof""

been commissioned a second Second Marine Division's Sixth completed advanced training i sa
lieutenant in the United States Regiment Third Battalion a Hercules missile crewman < tl Push Alarm BUILDING( SUPPLIESWE

Air Force uponI"'IJII Headquarters and Service Core the Army Air Defense School, i

'graduation from patsy Fort Bliss Tex. April 10. Ellis By DON RICHIE

(Officer Training Leo D. Pterson 17. son of Mr. was trained In fundamental Staff Writer
I'School at Lack SHOI-STHING OPERATION Nobody .. knew wise
and Mrs. electronic and missile sees
Theodore E. Pierson theory
land i AFB Tex. of 207 Griffin Ave. Lakeland. electrical systems. He enteredthe HAVENThere'lbe they are .r lee they gee then, but Chase ihMi domincU Ik* sky.Ilse INSTALL
I [Lieutenant Hillman completed basic training at the Army last November and a hot time in this or town. !! .t the tent Urn Street r.llr..4 .....,,,,. Such .bjKIa| scald

: was se Naval Training Center. Great completed basic training at Tuesday night. bec.m. k.i.rJi, rfrtrcctiflf a mrtorlit's' tttntion tress raffle. ARMSTRONG
A house Is td be
,i lected for the! Lakes, III The nine-week train- : Fort Gordon Ga. The 21-yea burned down-but going don't get (Ledger Phot by HeryarlLakelandMoose CEILINGS
training course
I hrough compel-ling Includes naval orientation, old soldier attended Frostproof alarmed and turn In an alarm.

lIthe exammaItlons -'history and organization, seamanship High School. City firemen will already be

with other, ordnance and gunnery, PIERCECharles at the> Avenue R and Firs Lodge Profoulonal Inital-
college graduHDlmann military drill first aid and sur Street. SW, location. In fact, lotion In less than

atel. He Is being:vival. receive During the training recruits L. Benton.i .seaman they are the "fire bugs." Installs New OfficersThe -T a day, More thana
reassigned to Offutt AFB Neb. tests inter.views USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. I, The blaze Is to be a climax dozen ceiling d*.
for duty. The lieutenant received which determine their fu George T. Benton of Pierce II for the five-week session of yr+,; ;,ti signs to. choose
his B. S degree from Ohio State lure assignments In the Navy. serving with Air Anti-Subma classes by the Florida State Lakeland Royal Order of ter Xllgore, sergeant at arms: -rtti. .r from Frt ..ti.
Upon completing the the Moose Lodge 845 Installed Anthony assistant
University program rlne Squadron 33 aboard the Fire College, of Ocala under sergeant mot**. Call ui.
they are assigned to service its 196443 officers Friday at at arms; Richard Hopkins
Airman First Class Arthur D. antisubmarine aircraft carrier Elmo Cox. The house was die
Jones Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. schools for technical training or USS Bennington, operating with carded by the city and would the Moose Home on East Lake inner guard; William Hill,
to ships and stations for on-the- Parker Drive outer guard Robert Means,
Arthur D. Jones Sr of 1121 the Seventh Fleet in the Far have to be torn down anyway ;
Greenwood St.. Lakeland has Job training In a Navy rating East. The squadron conducts The doomed house Is to go to Past Governor Howard Russell one year. trultee ; Kenneth McGinnesLUMBER
arrived at Ramsteln AB, Germany specialty anti, submarine surveillanc the torch at 8 o'clock. Fire and Sergeant-at-Arms WadeM. Brosie, secretary and business .7.,.

for duty with a unit of Marine Staff Sergeant Robert missions from the flight deck Chief Abner Lewis said Rhodes officiated at the manager
the United States Air Forces in I- Brady son of Mr and Mrs.' of the carrier. Classes have been held In ceremonies for the newly elect- New chairmen are: Anthony CO.

Europe Airman Jones a radar Robert L Brady of 227J Martha recent weeks here and In ed officers. J. Moceri, membership; CharlesP. 600 W. Main St. Ph 686.3141
operator came here from an Ave., Lakeland is participating DavenportRoger Lakeland, Lake Alfred Au Governor for the '64-'65 term Snyder conservation; Bruce F
assignment at Montgomery Ala in sea assault training exercises burndale and Eagle Lake. will be Earl Transue succeeding Baker civic affairs; Wad. M.
The airman a graduate of Lake- in the Caribbean area as a I Judy, torpedoman Past Governor Howard Rus- Rhodes, publicity; Charles I
land High School entered the member of Marine Medium mate first class, USN son of .ell. Other officers an: Charles blood bank; Calvin ,
Air Force in 1959. 1 Helicopter Squadron 264, Eighth Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Judy ,of Need A Farm Veazey Junior governor; Charles Martin ritual; Joseph Turk,
Captain David E. Reed, son Marine Expeditionary Unit, Davenport, reported March 4, Overstreet, prelate; JosephTurk ports i ; Edward Finch, enter .
of Mr and Mrs. Harley E. Reedof Fleet Marine Force Camp Le- aboard the submarine USS Sa- 20 Feet Wide treasurer; Bruce E. Baker talnment; Howard Russell endowment -
51 Poe St.. Lakeland. Fla.I Jeune, NC The squadron Is halo operating out of Pearl three-year trustees; Calvin fund; Herbert Hamlc,
graduated from the United aboard the navy's newest amphibious Harbor Hawaii. During dally One Mile Long? Martin two-year trustee; ChesJOYNER'S auditor.
States Air Force's Squadron Of- assault ship USS Guadalcanal. operations the submarine strive -- -
ficer School at the Air University The unit and its sea to better the antl-submarln GUYMON, Okla. (AP)':Need
at Maxwell AFB Ala Fri- U II U l It partner, Amphibious warfare force of our Navy. a farm 37 feet wide and I% JOTTINGSGood DRIVE RIGHT IN I RUDER OlD
day, April 17. Captain Reed was Squadron 12, forms a balanced Judy reported to Pearl Harbor miles long? Or perhaps 20 fee
selected for the special professional naval-ground-air team that Is from the New London U.S. Na- wide and a half.mile long? morning! From time to
officer training in recog- kept In constant combat readiness -val Submarine School at Groton These odd-shaped pieces of time we run across words AND SAVE
nition of his demonstrated po- by continuous training as a Conn. A graduate of Haines and-as well as regular tractsIn spoken by men who are
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u -I tactical team. The force is capable City High School Judy entered- three Oklahoma Panhandle tremely capable of ex-I
of seizing a beachhead by the Navy in June 1958. counties will be auctioned next themselves. I would like
LET US REPLACE establishing Marine Corps combat month the Bureau of Lan' on parts BulbsWstleghw.e
YOUR BROKEN forces ashore by means of Winter Haven Management says The lam. speech li /P Light
I both surface and helicopter. amounting to 4.032 acres, I II Just read $719'er .
AUTO GLASSAUTOTGLASS Technical Sergeant James L.Dykes IP..I Mo'i
borne assault. valued
at $70,405. I late Gen ASPHALT .. .
care too ft.2I5 .
of Mr. and Mrs. Newton
son The federal government still!
I Plant City Dykes of A ery'l Trailer holds( the land because It wa' MacArthur.delivered 17' ... SHINGLES wm.t lktl.*'"..*).<,,..

; Park Winter Haven has arrivedat never taken by a homesteader by the Generalon P Are Sal 2S. Mu.k.....fw. t.1O...*...Minm l.wMI .
i Airman Ronald T, Griffin, son Randolph AFB Tex for duty or because It was lost In old May 12, 1962 ln.lah/"n
of Mrs.tula E. Oriffm of 1405 following a tour of service In surveying errors. before the $219
I E. Mimosa Drive Plant City I England. Sergeant Dykes a' Peter Gutierrez chief of the I'Cadets of the ,10W.7SW.IOOWCOMI 1 IS AN0'JO 11. FILT .' Roll
I has been selected for technical roads and grounds supervisor and section of the US. Land United States -
I training as an air policeman at has been assigned to the 3310th Office, Santa Fe, N.M., laid Military Acad
Lackland 'AFB, Tex. Airman Civil Engineering Squadron. The IN OR WRITE I More and More
I' main value of the land Is to adJacent I Tern Jmr, Jr. em.y at West ti fREE PARKING lilT
'Griffin who enlisted In the attended Stringsford FOR FREE
Air sergeant property owners who will Point. It was delivered without CATALOG pR Folks Are Diiceverlng

r :Force a short time ago, has Just High School, Waynesboro Miss get; preferential treatment in acquiring notes, when the General was This CUI lit, Paint
completed his basic military 821 I
the property. if they years of age.
training here. The airman is a Haines City IA.
"Duty honor country Those .'0"11..1111'- ,
graduate of Plant City Senior
School. Army PFC Tommie L. Cannon three hallowed words reverently : p / at /3 OFF

High :._ __u__ ", son of Mr. and Mrs William G. I Today1 dictate what you ought to be,I I .... tenaen
AH 1..t.lI.tle.l ...... by Cannon Route 1, Haines City what you can be. what you will
..,.rt .......... c-,.... I participated with other members be. They are your rallying point'I Ito r_ FIR I MullOur Price
stack 'f *tt.i7 itt nii of 8th Infantry Division units in build courage when courage iPLYWOOD
for ill s.ek..1 e.re. ,.- a week of annual training tests seems to fail to regain faith o<::::i 575 $379' Ga1.
W. mountains'I I when there seems to Be little Site Interior Exterior
carry I. **ck fH (ATT) held in the
kmil .....,., m...l 11IGRIFFIN south of the Moselle river in cause for faith to create hope) / x 4 x 8 2.92 3,20zax4x8
...... sad ....1...". Germany ending April 11. The when hope becomes forlorn II 3.91 4,3514x8

IdI..*..( godly l ,...I.h.. ATT is a tough and complete 81 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Unhappily I possess neither 5.12 5.56 METAL EAVE TRIM
wltKiirl ,"b|.N... assessment of a unit's combat that eloquence of diction, that sax 4 x 8 ..I 5.82 6.343'ex4x8 o":1
readiness under the most realistic -I' Today Is Sunday April 26, poetry of imagination nor that I 6.77 7.34 I Style F 411: In Standard r"

''' conditions possible in peacetime he 117th day of 1964. There are brilliance of metaphor to tell 10' lengths. Avg Ret 80c. 58
CENTRALGLASS DEEMER Conan. a machlneeunnern 249 days left In the year. you all that they mean.

& MIRROR CO. I Company; B, 24 Battalion of I Today's highlight In history: "The unbelievers will say they I SHEATHING
Captain Vernon Deemer, son the division's 509th Infantry On this date In 1607 the first '
are but words but a slogan but I Brand Name PNEUMATIC
Vax4x8 . . . .2.69
302 N. Ingrahem ATI.Til. of Mr. and Mrs Lester F. near Mainz entered! the Army; English expedition to be able to a flamboyant phrase. Every . . . . .
Deemer of Trailer Square Plant in November 1961 and arrived found a permanent settlementIn pedant, every demagogue every I '/ix4 J x 8 . . . . . . . 3.52 DOOR CLOSER '-ics

MU 641, City is a member of the HCS4 overseas in May 1962 on this the New World landed near cynic: every hypocrite every)I 'ia x 4 I x 8 . . . . . . 4.15
Skymaiter crew which" par our of duty. The year-old Cape Henry Va. Within a few I I MEDIUMA2.59" 1.89
: .! .... _ troublemaker, and, I am sorry,
'soldier attended Haines City days Jamestown was laid out I Itirely 3.29
to say some others of an en- LARGI 4.25
High and the building of the permanent different character will Mahogany FLUSH DOORS L

School.Mulberry settlement began. try to downgrade them even to I
* the extent of mockery and ridicule INTERIOR

I On this date l'/6"x678"x\ .. . ,3.791'8t tiff/IlLSAW
Army Pvt. James R. Cobb In 1785 naturalist John James
"But these are some of the )678" x 1 J/s" . . 4.00
son of Mr. and Mrs. Dossie Audubon was born. things they do. They build your I 2'/0" x 6'/8" x 13/a" . . ....20 Vi" ever 1 HP
Cobb, 809 N. W. 2d Ave., Mulberry In 1923 Paul von Hindenburg 1
basic character. They mold you 2'/4" x 6'/8" 1 14'a" Meter Cuts 2"
x . . 4.89
of Ger-
assigned to Headquarters elected
was president ''
Battery of the 73rd: Ar / for your future roles as the cusodians 2'/6" x 6'/8" x Pi" . . ....89 Dressed Lumber
many. _
5th of the Nation' defense 2'/8" x 6'/8" x Pi" . . 5.20
tillery's Battalion In Germany In 1933, Hermann Goerlng organized make ssse
April 1. Cobb enteredthe the Nazi Gestapo. They know when you you strong are weak enough, and to 370" x 6'/8" x 1 14'e" . . .5.65 Are. Retell

Army in January 1963 and In 1943: the British Second brave enough to face yourself 38.95 31c95
completed basic training at Army captured the German when you are afraid. /
Fort Jackson, S. C. The 22-year- city of Bremen. I ALUMINUMSCREEN i
"They teach you to be proud,
old soldier attended Mulberry ... ... ...
and unbending In honest failure,
High School. Ten years ago .: The Geneva but humble and gentle in sue- Fiberglass InsulationLowers
BETTER BLOCKS! 14 pt. Bartow Conference on Allan problems tear; not to substitute words for 11111 tIilMllP WIRE

I Pvt. Curtis Lott, son of Mr. opened. 1 actlonl. not to seek the path of ... M.!I.. Air Conditioning Costs
and Mrs. Sandy Lott 709 Polk Five years ago . The Air comfort, but to fare the stressand f U I 14 Mwht'I' I

St. Bartow completed a 14-week Force announced that the satel- spur of difficulty and challenge 5.2c Sq. Ft. 4*
BRICKS TOO. . automotive repair course April Ute Discoverer launched on ; to learn to stand up Inthe JJJ OIL mica Rolls 2" thick Sq. Ft.
17 at the Army Ordnance Center'April 13, was believed to have storm, but to have compas-

Aberdeen Proving Ground. Md reentered the atmosphere and elms on those who fail; to malter 7c Sq. Ff. Rolls 3.t thick 5 !( Iq. k

During the course Lott received slntegrated. yourself before you seek toaster ,... Th.n Mil
Instruction in the maintenance I One year ago . Soviet others; to have a heart
and repair of engines for the, Premier Khrushchev reaffirmed -that Is clean a goal that Is high; SHEETROCK'fix4x8
rY Army'* tracked and wheeled I' his support of an agreement to learn to laugh yet never forget MIILINS FALL*
vehicle Lott entered the Army providing for a unified how to weep; to reach into TOOLS '
in October 1963 and completedbasic Laos under a natural govern- the future, yet never neglect thepast

Ya training_at Fort: Jackson, ment. ; to be serious, yet never to, : 7
r 'j take yourself too seriously; to'
sox be modest so that you will remember p SHOP IV'K/ 1
Pee GeePAINTS the simplicity of true'' 7ilO A.M.Silo lID

greatness the open mind of true Til ,
wisdom, the meekness of true PM. .

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BUFFCOMPLETE r esaanYrartsla for Walls :Life, a temperamental predominance

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an penbet repair, .1...* pperel ktum.M with Reel Bilk ilonal talent. Ale vlll arianluitrlng L Usanelal ..1"IiIU
Its Ft Type HOB, to Buntb I* pay ..a Inn. Direct Ml" .._I.D.. help bull tar redla and .ut- 5.51155. 1121. -
MlnUBUn IS Worde I Contraoting Co.....,. Ian... 051 bat not required Opportun door advertising Bolld bookingUireugk "' 10'
Tomorrow Night .... I Phone Mil t-IMl. A. .... ltd I oesdnl nearnesS .lthl. M November Par tudltlonrentael .
I CIRCUIT Minimum Ogrjs-Jl.OS OBB. MUao.l. r. ..... Jar*. Writ Denni Clemen. PoM II..ot" ......3n. WANTED TO BUY

;: Wild Flowers of Florlds's ... Wards Din Deyi (My Day :3311. T.mpa L. Florldi ASSISTANT. MANAOIH' 'Will&trail
I' lMe.
I 21 IMnll1 TYPIST ADS II to JS Short. rouse "' .... blab athoel gradual. Polk County
I OS 40 T s
S3 S so
IJ f
State Parks" will be the topic I 3Api: 40 1 10 lao isis hud or .*ulvl. Salt. Call SH-1SU mllltiry okligatloai latufied,
By DAVE PRATT for a by Miss Carol .2i'25 1711 coo 091 U 0 rot .ppomtmeCONSULTANTS Good .bat....... well ....mH. Liquor license.
program, 311oJO 5 10 4 SO 1.SOCLASSIFIED is 10 ROOrtNO DCPCNDABLI Worknen .' Call after S 30 e,.. ai Lakeland
>bl... rasp paymeal. ... TO Mil LuilerCoemetlci.
Beck > o'clock tomorrow
Ledger Staff Writer at -.0 SPACE RATE Oinne Lumber co......,. (OO We true and funlibt. Drive-la Theater,_____ Write Box M-271
I night at the Civic Center Thea tt >S pr teluma Hub W Main MO -SUI, Writ* Leslie, Boa 2004 Or- RESTAURANT MAN. fail inert Lakeland Ledger

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATE .. .nd., order .....'..D... Bon malag ..- .
IJ 10 pr Initials IDoIlCOM'.e' ALL TYPES evidential *r ** knovledie for .rl. .... Hard
Fair Turnout For Citrus ter.The moretaJ ooh repaired or e.DlaeadScOne's ,CIPTIOrIST: S 5 C R nARY *
meeting Is co-sponsorM .. ,,. loeattoor .
.rk. IsIs bOu iteady lob fer TEXACO INC. Elcell.nl
Satan Upon >.u.. Hoofing and lib... MeteJ with typing tad iherthandperwncr ...
Lakeland Parks and Rec =- right demos, reference* reaulred ( leaaa In AaburBdale area e.
the eft lee
by pta Weet Olive MU *- IJ3 U do general work .
FROM THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE who stoppedby WANT AD DEADLINE profeMloneJ orir Call MU .11I&1 belore S :M urn tgbway n Pull training aiallble
reatlon and the lor two mm
Department ALL TYPES roofing repaired .t Contact B. A. KltanMmeroeirm .
. .
the Florida Fresh Citrus Association'sstand ; ., PIT dr wart e.mWrit
at assPubtlnatina
Shippers Lake Region Audubon Society. mope replaced Repair guaranteed I fO. Boa 494. giving M<, .

at the Florida Exhibit of the New York World's The lecture Is open to the pub :e On Deadline 0 Deeeoa Roofing ceo M3I edoratlossOdonsoeionon.' OPPORTUNITIESUNLIMITED NEED OPERATOR for well lcU
Mondiy II 00 A M BiturdayTuuday od major oil eemoeai ..rei..
Fair on opening day Wednesday for: a drink of orange lic at no admission fee. 4 30 P, M Monday 24 Plaster Slvcct latloa Small. tapltal reeutred.603oao .

: juice, it looks as though the entire enterprise will bea A botanist and naturalist by Wedneediy, 4 30 Pal Tveeday $2 PER HOURAll POR *r Bight .eIlo333.

Miss Beck has been Thueada PLASTCHINa. raTCHINO. MW TOP TRAILER PARK 24apsee ,
very successful one. ". training 30 M, Wd.esdspPyiCs ..IIID" Alteration* and addition QUALITY Sii sorno. ReV herno.; S nra.lIens.peaclt .
Bill Strickland, head ofiFCSA, says' employed by the Florida State ,. 4:30 P. at TtiindaySaturday free ntlmate IIetD.... Jeff Tub year round LONG DISTANCE limit 2R 500 Wlntw 5/3
Cl 34375.
they are going to keep track of how Parks for a number of years fa Sunday ,C 30 It 00 P..Noon. FrIday Friday Ma MU S-M3. To apply TRUCK DRIVER H.':.n,,.Owner .

For several she lived at AVAILABLE MAY lit: New nod
many oranges and cups are used up OIIPIAY ABB BUSINESS SERVICE Klebfleld eenlte eUUol Felarornatloa
Highland Hammock State Park Monday, It 00 A M BitttrdayTueiday Write P. O. Box 1395 Experleneg IB hiavy nulpmnteeMary. era MO 0BI21.IDaSO .
at the stand and that should make for phone
12:00 Noon MondiyWidmedir
and still makes her home In :
I;, some very interesting statistics at the'' 3D Parlors or Three- top flllht reference required. HOU8ETRAILER with ca.bana. .
'I Sebrlng. Her position now In. '.00 P.M. Monday Beauty Call 682-4137 carport and utility roomone .
end of the Fair's first year in October, 9 Thun'' acre land Eitbt rental trail
cludes visits all the
to state d 00 P. M TindayPrlday CLARAS BEAUTY Bale.complete. Lakeland Regular Chleai run'. .ra. Call Plant City 1M-S101:__,_
The juice was truly delicious. It] ', parks In. Florida. B 00 P. M WrtneMUvSaturday beauty ..reI... balr ityllag, haircolorlnt. Home i tin between trip 5APSDIVER. ... at 10 lit msy

was really fresh stuff squeezed on the Her talk will be Illustrated IS'00 Moon Thursday KatblMB. permanent Clara Oarland Oak AvenuIB MU.I Isullmt pay echedule lorhe quality for 110,000/120.000-11.000
Sunday S 00 P. M. Thiinda right mul.P.ro.n.nt. Liability loiuranr* for a* Saw a*
spot from the finest Florida oranges by| with color slides of native wildflowers 30070RKPAIJW. .
Filing for ao.jidenta
The Udier will sot k* reiponilbl A WOMAN'S BUSINESS employnenl wIth an at a year
an innenious new automatic machine,] she has taken throughout for more toaa sacinonfront ON all sake lawnmowevi Mtablliked firm.squlpmantheav. without iniuranfe Benlo
-- w - / and imall eaclnee PTM .. OrlTeri. A..l(* RIsk with eai,
and cooled to just the right tempera the state She will be intro- lua.t'tlna.THE ...... OB ,.".1... Gent. A..t.: Built for ..om.D.11 women, with Mack cab averwith pay plan. Hertey atollS Ageaey
ture. to it frozen duced by Mrs. Olive Hendrick LAKELAND LEDGER (lectn*. 90S Nortt Fiends Ant icltulv Boa competitive wominproduct '. with Tandem trail wheel 411 Boutb Florida Afeau eboa.
Compared orange conPRATT Won. MO '_1. ud xrtrlc.. It IOU hatiperleuc 40 ft. Ill-cube Trallmebll. 550-5191.

ccntrate, as fine as it can be, takes a son of Winter Haven. Qt TELEPHONE rcraltlBi end OARAOE f a 11eeulpped ,

poor second place as far as flavor is concerned.The Other activities during the MU 6-1151 37 Mattress RtnivotliifMATTRESS 150 inapt womn plan for lelllag.party you or 11'.1 CONTACT OPERATING.. Noose and thy build

and made month Include a field excursionon :elected tat B reiponelbl: poiltlon .I CARROLL SMITH loss with three or five acre
new juice extractor dispenser by .
IS DuJRoad.
CxoptloB Income. even Jim oft Hlihwiy en J
the Sanimatic of which have Saturday to Saddle Creek RBNOVATMO 1- whin training Lakeland MU 8-3462 Kalibt Garage. MU SS007 I
Corp., we reported on dar *ernc.. Ac. Mattraet ComPbon an iBeom mbildDim ,
before should revolutionize the hotel and restaurant Wildlife Sanctuary. Membersare ANNOUNCEMENTS '.0'. MU t- 41. lucrative. Par gel go.attainted i
slated Interview. posse ..I.levi CONSIDER for
l/I to meet at t a.m. at FIRST CLASS WOULD partner i
business. All too few of them at present-because of MU 2-COM. .. smut mail meat Itora.: with
the entrance of the refuge'onOld 2 Card of Thanks 49 Wills Plmips full time good lalary wnst boa, flkture SIM New
problems of catering to a volume business coupled Call Halnn City HA S-3197 after I IT
Auburndale Road east of .LADIES S paiilf Tampa Highway. MU S-OM7 sItar
with the slowness of squeezing by handareable IZ LIT atQNTOOMERT Ward drU CAN you epere 3 hours,. 30 p.m. bflor S 30 .morning
oranges Lakeland. The trip is under the daily Our so dellyfomer Pleasant p. WANTaD EXPIR/JrKCED .I..t I
C noroslil 54 IsaIah pour *..., contact. Phas, oos.as.mu. INVESTMENT: opportlt.nlty .
to offer fresh to their customers. w. "I.h to thank each for and bodp man Appi CIvIl 1Ifl'
orange juice direction of Chester Shaffer of t.olr kind worda sod Iced. sne. .ur. ."urn. Dp M 3* BOBUU M pay -H for Informatio of lice. city HallGRANT'S : one of the blalieit guaranteed .
This should be the solution, when production steps Winter Haven who will be assisted Inn the loan of our Moih.f and POOD. MU l-aioj rotunDa atallabl today. Na
up on the prototype, which is comparatively expensive by George Morel Dwight f,.... NEEDS .

now Blanchard and Clarence Berguist. EMPLOYMENT TAVERN FOR 1st.. o.n... los..
ft W. 0 TrIer a. FamIly AND Peal Control ? ..
:: Jamni I,. RenD man Eiptrlmc htlpful BrureTermlnli. HIGH CALIBER los town Call MU .-11'
Ml Stow Auburndal PROSPECTIVE buyer for
52 Wonted HAVE
LEGAL ADVERTI.EM.NT, Help ltI.h.., 5,51,0 barber ihop Call NormanKent. .
OTHER GLIMPSES: of Florida citrus =
on NOTICE Or 'HE- l"r'1iAi", INBURANCC WORK'' Mel Rudy, Realtor Pboa

a Florida press trip to the World's Fair and certain tnd.r sad by vlrlll', 01 anes.. 4 Lest end Fossil FRIENDLY. RESPONSIBLE cereal Ml 00 per ...k. W*Stirling bar* pay...- its de ... .107.
Culls Issued out of and under theeal Inc pleaiani work In Dairy QutnEnptritiic ",Kdlat opentnn IB Lakclind for appliance-TV EMI.RETIRED couple epportunlly
other locations this week: of the Circuit Court of IVilk .}ST' lit Flint City, Dial lass not noHiary. CaU MU two. married "*n betweea am partment. Guaranteed salary Will >arrllre for bw0f ,

Julie London sipping what looked like orange (ounty mate >lorlda, under haired. Dactuhund two ytan old J-7J03 aa and 40 No eiperlence ruirdw commission. Company ,. mall luperetto wIth usa
.t.t. Oi l J .,, ryOll8. i3, wherein ack and Un. Red toiler, n* U.. w. hav a complete tralnlniogram plus attru-tl*
juice during her act at the Royal Box of the Americana Valter W. Manley In plaintiff and snetenra, Oeneroui reward for new ..... Contact benefits. Sales experience T.Jrr.: : PReipecJ7101 Hl.hweNo

Tuesday night. And then with an i.-roy wife $ for ,return 182-20B3, Am RethrPertsnol M r. BoiemiB lass takcland helpful but not .
posing orange: KOI.rldel neces
: I'::
,.te t ford, Kuhni Motel AM mile Blvd Dally till S pra WILL I..nd"
for pix during a cocktail party put on by Florida I.,lied upon and will offer for rule UJ sary. We will train. Must and dry TRAD&cleaning COlD with ep good bu.1nru -

Citrus Commission later that evening. She drew the and Hell to the hlghent and l>..stIIdd'p 5 Notices have car. Interviews 10 fer Income property er muSs
rood price for ct h. Other buelreaulra -
for canh at the front dooitle
line at however 01 =' METALLURGICALMINING amS p.m., Monday ness full time Idra
grapefruit, . court JI"" at Barlownlk su,. BELL. sled toola: gnat andnoortin. City EmploymentMALE for ratired. couple Writ Bu
J The canned screwdrivers-manufactured by a day of County Florida, on the 12th eoodi Dial MU I-43M April 27. M.:OT4. Llkeland Ledier
Mav 1IS4. tha warn being
Florida firm-and served during a pre-opening press legal Mica dllY, at 1:10:: p,m" Q for .,ilwsl. Culbenon Htrdwi : ENGINEER ,iiATli"Motiiy. penmen. -Poonitl.hr aellinsSnwbuitS. be..
whl.'h I la between the legal Hle LOlli' SLIP Cover Shoe SOC Apply in person eraeei Roy Bnltk Co. 360 Park
tour of the Florida exhibit. However also
they hotrs nt eleven e','loi'k AM and Chestnut Raid 1".1071. Dr.. Refrigerated truck driver. Permanent W. .
volition for osdoutaeslaine.r T. GRANT
two ,,'," .k sari.. eedipreedi, slip ..... CO.
served Bloody Mary's and that's not citrus . PM tit laid 403' th* Sc woPh aa .ntr' scene.nluse .
101l"'ln.| dracrlbed. property of tr. LU AustrIa curium. ewi., Carpenter. Parts man. Mgr. Grove Park
with Central I
Ij Florida orange juice served in the lobby of the ...pfendant.. troy KolM-rt and alrl. rods ind IBiUllitloa. .or-I trainee. Accountant. Upholsterer pit and phoiphit mining Florida opera pa BAHAMAS
J ..Ife, Huela Roberta, to aatlufy trod. of ltnplei to ehan.. f, Muet lacrlllc. ahar .
t City Squire in the wee hours of the morning before lIon a. S yeari iiperience m 427000 *
Lab. tech. Sales
aid e,e,utlon and Costa to-wlti ... HR1ST1AN NoRalso hen, preferred However will conilderrcenl 'Club Hoops, hosts. 70 v sores, H
the newsmen went to see the New York fruit and I list I'ontlao 4-dmir .aedan open. BPKUI attention slots 10 men. Structural draftsman. a griduate. Oood OPPItunlty ,. Mechanical Engineer mil* beach. So,000 hIck deal.
auction market 1161 toE W5W.24MS, ID #159A-:; th ne000ss S each ",".n.. MU lor advancement. eiMllontraplore
vegetable , 11672. TC 4OSJ.. 1.1 353nH0RLa'e Mechanics. Well drillers benefit plan Send reeun fetmlcal plant located adjacinto P. 0. Box 53

At the market, the crates and crates of Florida Inventory llstur.a and FLoWER sad siabbeShop. Engineer layout man. Bartender to th. Industrial Relatlei Tampa. onset a ckallratlniipportunltr Kendall FloridaAMBITIOUS
"' .. CJ: for a traduat M. ,
equipment ot I Roberta Deportment Ainerlctn CyioamldCompany '
citrus most of which seemed from the Indian rny 3340 South Florldi Com.let Cook. Dishwasher. '
River Building completing nf tahtea. a......' Plant Bradley hanlcal Eni.nMr witS a .IDI.
rh.lr. line ef millinery '''"Pll.*. Station attendants. Florid lilting MI. *dur*. sum of fin los rtan nptrtrin ..
area. And, in a crowded auction room, where the refrigerator and deep feomea. tosteclola.CUSTOM .
chemical plant Prtlr addlonal !
''i' f mess.. 10 d r.n.I'a. 10 beds, 15 tlon ouperlence and itartln ill-
Florida delegation caused a ruckus and while Florida ,'halrn, amall tool., lnv.ntpr MADE dripei. bed try deelrd All ,...11.. bald la practical bickiround I..lrurlural .
,redi and slip,on.,.. Free FEMALE: lonfldeac. and *l ctrlcal 5051.Small. .
may ha I npnrle d at th, Pot = os.timst.n .
Citrus Queen Collins introduced to
Nancy was being .. .
tIoerl.aen In
nitric sold
County t4herttf'at. Olfks, Bar-, IB nose Home. Ea, term. Proof Lab tech.
the loudmouth from CsllMro. Burnt, 080.SBBITRADINO operator sod ammonium altrat maautacIni .
busy-busy produce buyers, a tow r lorldaTh Art CQUAL OPPORTUNITY
General office. plant Silo dralribl

across the way looking"in and yelling, "California cit nimk. Lam 1. OAK HO: foet PARK nf rAt HUB.DIVHION 5., bnuohl. Altmin BTAMPB, 007 elchamtd I... Lime or, Insurance clerk. Secretary.Bookkeeper. EMPLOYER"Htns AD asiurya MBllM mmniurat will be acknowledged wIlls ability Lakeland is :nIlU'J: .,b**far eetablUheirollUbl hImself

rus for sale over here! : Wlntr Haven b83.0843. PBX operator Execu. '[ 'S OriS ma* In Polk Coun.y and handled IB ttrlct .001 ld.no* be irie nanulaeturw Moderat .

The uncannily intelligent porpoises at the Florida lorlda.,,', recorded according In to Plat the Rook Platth.r. ;: 7 Transportation tive secretary. Hostess.I y we need who hei to Sure an. Bend aomplet* t*return: and aalarrequirement innrstmrpt om. nr* tlcl needed builneu along ability with,
ncom* In exec** of luet a llvni Year round !1"ltlmlle huh cl lsas
Porpoise Stadium ending their act by out I. pag lOS, Puhllo Record of "
flipping .
Waitresses. Cocktail _
II polk FloridaMONROE LEAVING wait R U a men eboul 3S Fmonnrl. Uinntrr bunlneu wllh unllmll** pouloll
County FOR P.nn.h.nl'.bout m.rrlttllll. a ..._..... cltiiea In Itle* In Lkeland areaPor Intervewwrtt
r .
oranges at the audience. They do it with a very BRANNKN May Ill Will abate dnin.Inc resses. o Sos a081Tamp. Bo.. F-JM Lakdud
to tali community He i neat appearing
brisk snap of their heads and the projectiles scattered Sheriff of polk County, Florida and. e.peo.ee CT 3.555.' I..nc" 51.eanns.d. with a deeir to b* in 1, riortda .
ilnra for kimielf a stun free
everywhere, with surprising moxie behind them. Civil peputyNOTICt MANY MANY MORE ... ..,n .u th. .....d. that b.rd
-- -
Miss Collins almost got smashed in her very pretty 'IT41 '" BUILDING TRADES work rin produce. The man wo I 56 Salesmem

face by one of them. They were oranges for this and 0,by HtM-F't virtu| nt an '*ALKUnrirr si.>.cu .- Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. want-ktround ha* or saws coneiderbl baelc ..mn.1 65 MsrlgojHBOY.

r first show of them all but later the porpoises willS Inn I osuednotofan 4 under Os 14 Building, CerpsnterlsgNE IIcI Irement contact flu enperlence you.'call II Mr deliver SALESMAN,. ace WANTED SI-SO, Cemmlntoacemaaoy for name BOILD. tell, rflnaa FIAand
. .
.01 l ot tki"ounty. VA
th* Circuit Court of amrt.et pint Morta -
have to make do with plastic oranges, purchased by Dial of Florida, under 53 Nslp Want.cI. Fsmala I eell, Mll-H rneasspenlausesiWANTID I p155. lire benefit aeeldoat heepltallea. end. ** Corp. *f Florida. SOO S. pier.di .

j the Florida Citrus Commission for a surprising lot of Iota ot February 7, 114, wbvrrlnI. >. : HARP counter man.. beiui roue Apply Bordent Dairy A.., MO 0-9131
It. Prlnd' la plaintiff and A Oood opportunity Isesdosnmnt. .
Lai WIT DriveWE
money . M. Kennedy Mechanical Conlracor. ) STOP WAITRESS WANTID. ace SI to Apply McDonald Hamburieri .; 44 *

1 The big orange on top of the Florida Citrus upon Inn la and defendant will offer, I have for Iffnd cola. fa SERVICEFREE IS 131 *nt Memorial SosianirdSECRETARY 71S rut Memtrlal" Blvd I IaXPERI.NCW wok NEED In Pclk three and HUhlandi people for Coun.y ante>. F.HAand
ff Tower which will be seen by some 700 million people. aol veil to lbs ) hint who bave had pr.nI.ussals'
llh..t and ESTIMATES buildin tupoly laleemaa t*) work CONVENTIONAL
bidder : ..perlenee. *r aceuetomed to .....-
for the
at front
ranh dnor I II t Inold lelee counter Apply Icpereon
f the In. the public. Will eonelder both
Imperlel Lumber Com.pany
a Court liotni at Bxrtow, ::: I
__________ 'oik County, Florida, on th* 21th Remodeling Permanent Hlihway 17 South, Birtow' men. and ......n. Bale,* allowancecommlMloai MORTGAGE
soaltins. Shorthand Plarids bonueee psiOnu-*>
day of April liSt lb ,
span being
Florida Rooms sod aoouril typing required. 40RM 11 I 5 n. hoepllaliiitlon Ineuranr
a legal aalen day at 1:10 p.m., n and other employ benefit* For
whirls la between the legal anis Additions Repairs tst.Plews. plee call 55241351mm LOANSJ
Capitol Parley Held boon of eleven clock, A. M aUllNEIIB PP.i'tMOTTOtesSlwp. INDUSTRIALENGINEER e.l,
and t..oe'cloik P. M of paid day. > Storage Space I 52-4 MOos 1..1
the following dexrlherl proptrlf ) BIO MONEY IN YOUR OWN T* make yvr .......rt, ...1.. to
the Roofing BUSINESS .ell ...
defendant. A. M Kennedy or yeur drtem home .I.r
Mechanical Contractor, Inc, to enres AND LPN'I Win led, Tea Build your big paring bouielahoue k> .... take ad>anuie.el ai
itlmy said execution ,>*liry. tool working condition rout ._tedy Inoom , .lo-eel PItA loss You "'
To Plan Tariff Fight i-wlt and 1'0.1. BANK RATE FINANCING led other benefit Mull b* of LAROI PHOSWAT1 MlRloo for life-with *ver 9(0 fin. obtain UD to 07% o( the fir.t
sand character AND PROCIBSINO OPgRATIONS ..tqss iii, COSMETICS AND 113100 of nlol nd UD \Ic *4%
That part of tat I and t ofBlmk rillable and In LOCATED IN CENTRAL FLORIDA HOME HEEDS Beautiful pact- at toe fIreS |>3 ooo with 'parmrn
snot: health Contact
I of Mn Kina .rme IP to 30 Call todayterm
Carpenter Hm-ond year
55 Woodrnt Nunln Home. loaM.It.n HAS A FIRMAMENT OPgN- usda i, fait Mllen GuaranteedStart for ..m..le. d.tslls.Ckeveslinpsl .
Addition to Barlow a* recorded . McGinnes Lumber Co. Avc Auburndal FloridaDaPiNOABLI INO FOR A ORADUATg INDUSTRIAL etheri oelllng, advance I*
Representatives of Florida duties could lead eventually to In Plat Hook 1 at I'aga 1, Phone WO '.U I. ENO1NIER TRAINING Dutrlkutor WrU your plant on.peri.nco. ssoeutud "Iu.bun us (. .15Wsq

the destruction of the two billion necorda of Polk County Florida : :: PKRIOD WILL RKQUIR MAN Old' 17 Compass, De..t.II. *f II posit'POLK who puymsI
citrus organizations met Fridayat lylni at of the Atlantln 600 West Main MU -5UI WHITS women to TO WORK IN DRYING as!,- Tampa Fla 33505.SALESMEN.
dollar Florida citrus Indus Count Mn Railroad LbtfH: ran for children In my bom., PING DEPARTMENT All A SHIFT
: noon with the Florida Congressional try." AND EXCEPT: tleittnnlng at Q.) loss 1,198T, oouukMplng. Call Mu FOREMAN FOR APPROXIMATELY : COUNTY

discuss a point on lb. North line of U TO If MONTHS AND
delegation The members of the Congressional said Lot I 1t.11 feet ....( ofth THIN MOVE TO This INDUSTRIAL

steps to be taken to retain the delegation assured the northeaat corner thereof; = ENOIIIURINO DnART. I MORTGAGE CO.
thence south (7.0(1 feet, thence MINT OR TO A SUITABLE I. ott' lob dewindini of Pen
Existing tariff protection on clt- citrus men of 100 per cent cooperation welt to the Allantla foa.t PRODCCTIOM OPENING WILl. APID PAYING YOU iceordl,5 torose 31110 Muse 4...

,"us fruits and products. and support. Their Line Railroad, thenc northwenterly l- BUSINESS CONBIDER RECENT GRADUATE lull aitliRooS IoIU .711.
along laid AtlantloCo SERVICE OR 'AN ENOINISR WHO HAS Her U what our opportunity
The meeting which was held attitude was described by Rut- ..t Line Railroad ID DO fact HAD SOME EXPERIENCE IN doe for Plus.IMMFDTA'rr. I

In the capital building in Wash. ledge as "enthusiastic and cooperative to the north line of acid Lot S, THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY CARNINOS: FROM HORTICULTURE
thenc. eaat to the of beginning 1400 TO g 00 A MONTH.FIRSTTSAR "
E result of .
BONUS OP 12040
P request by Florida Citrus Mu. In addition to Rutledge, the 1 Angle Grinder tRench DIRECTORY eDUCATION OPPORTUN AND IXI'IRI&NCI.IXCELLIHT I T 1111. COMPLETE TRAIN-INO AT COMPANY 71 Ftrtlllitr, Feed, Sell

i tual and the Florida Citrus ComI citrus people attending the Orlnd.r, 1 Black tucker t POR ADVANCEMENT APPLY IN EXPENSEPRODUCT .
JlRHaw, t Table Saw I Ihor GROUND PEAT .*<. Peal Bad
I fission. The request in the luncheon meeting I included Portable Grinder 1 Electrla WRITING P5RIKNCI sTATING.DUCATIOII AOE.AND EX- BACKED Si 0'h MILLION oil ..I.... Lerated :2300 MaUk

": form of a Joint resolution had Homer Hooks general managerof limit Uun, 7 Bight-Inch BAD FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE SALARY 'REQUIREMENTS: TO PROGRAM.HTRCIOAT09PAL DOLLAR. ADVERTISING Pat ONeal MO 1431S .
teen PHOIIPltAn aasd f.I..n. .
t. presented to Sen. Spessard the Florida Citrus Commis. Porta-cable Saw 4 rahco Nut- IPARTM&NT. AN.RICAII CYA. CON P A It T.LAADIR . Alto sssd and dIrt III tUJ.

f L. Holland of Bartow on March sion; Warren Savant executivevice runners I B ft D 'Nut.runn. WHEN YOU NEED III! I hOAMID COMPANY, SRLWCTIRPLANT. SN ITS P151.0. Dane. MO S-107S
I 3/'" B A. O Heavy Duty CD IRADLSY. PWRZDA.SN
}7 in Orlando. I president of the Florida Drill. '. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SM.PLOYaL : For appointment and con GROUND PEAT S3 '''''1. yard .1

r Today Sen. Holland headed Canners Association; Tom Me- MONROE' BRANNKV \It ( Appliances i Plumbing Supplies fidential interview call Mr. Lakeland rard Sue mil Peat Blvd Company....-.1 4Ton 421

)he delegation which heard the Clane, executive vice presidentof Sheriff!"lorldnBy . of folk County, 1'01'RONPT rcpaaau.alra.ratltra. I\, H MORRla Do-It uuseif ,. Coddmgton at MU 68552 IIICH CLEAN tsp soIl fill dirt,

| .citrus tariff retention case. '' the Florida Farm Bureau KARt. w. INCLAIRE =- ......wi, ning taU marhlnea Tn'I' CI&1.'D..ppll. Plunking free Inform.ttoa and gleetrlcal aad guppliee*.ll.... Please call Monday between laws Caldwell.nd Drl.. wan .....'111.
Robert W. Rutlcdge Florida Federation of Gainesville;. Art \.IQ1 Chief Civil DeputyNOTICt Service Department A..S\U toel rental pipe eat and thread 11:00 A.M. and 5:00: .

:Citrus Mutual executive vice Karst of the Florida Citrus Pro- UNDIR FICTITIOUS Appliances Ssrvlcst) eel.. ..94 boors lakeland wrle. tSeMISii4 P.M.f and Tuesday through 72 FUwsn Seeds Plontt

: president. made the that duction I Thursday between 900
point Managers NAME LAW :
Association -. r(If 6TR ICLAPPUANCIW .f rvl.ed. Printing j :,SHADE TREE......... Rain tree,
"any downward adjustment of and Rod Shaw, attorney 'from Price* reeionaole Free ....lmll... AM. and 5:00: P.M. ChineM Weeping
: Notice ,la hereby given that the Wind owsireon dittonor eervkeIrmtillatlon FoR *1.1. :, .:10':1'v.:
,the current rates of importStation Tampa. roularlohInsIo.ds I willow *. puSs,
ndcralgned. Nam.pumiant.Htatute to,"the Section"PlcIllicIt. G) and sn'psn 1 tieUrlral Call I Stesh.naAppIl Semi,.. call In.. U1J 1..Oa Co..m."lai Press fOR manlec, eur. ,plus. rloewood. ,...
tatt.rhnsds. Pertineonlu .
l<&.O'. Lao'. of Klorlila, will reguiler 9:2 0'r.t't, Ptreet en2.'Til'f en.'o. lt'bnersphlinRadiate SI Wsrk Wonted ,. ,. 4533 South 50c Florida Ovea Nur.er

with the Clerk of the Circuit &en _
Avis Seat Csvsr
(nurt, in and for Polk County.I"ioridm ,' Ssrvka CLOSING OUT: Alter aad ea .

Offers upon receipt of pi oof of = ,1.11ooD. aulO 8051 C..L tom.aids. 1.7 TYP& ,sdlateraeo.etesnlps ., TRACTOR. and diKiag WORK. new wanted...IP.Mew.to ... disuse whIle tbey Bliata lent.Mil tI 00 less per teaoaCAMKLLIAS 100.
lbs of thla the <
publication notice, ....
sutmnotina lntorteI' Quick eenlre Cull for free *..II.11. -
I flitllloua LAND" OtJDDKN name. to-wlt PA1VT: LACK CliN- rias M.10 Phone MU I.'." Peddy Radl.' .rln... ...nebuiidlne..... IoIU .* Prod 1. P.wr* MOO 3i _..:.rou..,palmn AZALEAS hlblvue roeetT cc,.

lEN under whlLh, w* areenee s.d e Cancrslftor SmiRADIATORS JUNIOR WEST all lawn apr*. tt.st ai.ny .put.rsesbi
.. ... n'leed. -noer oa Nttrwry,
leO and
In bualneaa. W expect t to engage BLOCKS leaned Pi.llpaadap .t".I. .loD'
Pest Outlook In buMniaa at sIll Mouth rlonlda LI"'I.U CONCR&TE ...1.... on taniele. CeI*-Flo .....0<1. Ri.5dm sad pallOr*. pnon MOua.. -
Avenue In the City of Lakeland ... Driveway*. floor ildewalke all typos Oenalera. Saos II B* .n..*,. MO B-J700 71*

1"lot'iuie.l'li.t. ,1.p*. ltreU, ...,.... ptte stud cools 1'10.ld. oa3.4io Cretreat Drln Lakeland Florida 73 Feeds Fruits
the arll". Interested In ..rldie*. BU S Morrla .g...S4IS, BUYSIN LIOHTC'AiiP& TliiPIlDUO. s i v.g'y.resI"RUIT
If I aid bualneaa .nl.r rl... are a.folituw. 1..1. Radii t TV R.palrmiRT .. Week 10' loll Sr bosrMu
f POll ..1.. hal or 5,51.1
groves Rust mite and citrus Ronald K. Jonaa > Intereet FencesatUIUAL RADIO ,"iTdjtnIna Tren rca Ales obi. ::11101 North
Polk Asslntsnt red mite I fret maulur proofing. after CARPENTERING work sad Florida ...1011.
I County Agent populations were near Raymond C. COIIO.r-1f,, '"lIrulDat.d oZ
fa>: CE Coiepani la. slap ict I* repaired la our sad.5r5 paiallnt M a very rssssssbl.pet. *
normal six-spotted mite was at l-akeland Polk CouuV. LOWMI price n* dew parneBl.aaleed hop at a lair price griai. ., iso lob soc wall U-SJt STRING BEANS. fish elc.lne.
BARTOW-The Lake Alfred lorlda, t 1184NOTICI 1.60 buthel vow pick and
April ....... bibs1,01535evscsI.
pall art In and 10%
rather scarce but Texas citrus' : W. .0.be lave er call CHRISTIAN MOTHER chilTrea .
ketpe MU ._$".
:Citrus Experiment Station eoM Lkeland IndMtr, MO SFree Hennd's Radio and TV MU la her name Fenced
now mites were rather plentiful. I Of SHSeHf-f'S. SACS' SI II eotlmateeFsrnltvrs J-IS-0. 41* Lonafellow, soul to Lark pltjroore Keaeonabl rate yard. STRING REAMS. llO bushel
)as available an Insect outlook Whitefly populations remained Und.r Cod by virtue 01 .n .5.. .Jury Mower peon 'hone 003.4953.PAINTINO. You "\ot. R C. Ik.nlwell. Bwl'..
t CoSine liauid out of and under dell Road. MO .-...,.
'jwhlch gives expected levels of very high throughout the period the seal of the Claim Court of = .. Repairs SPECIAL price *a

'Jjest: population for the next with 34 per cent of groves have Polk County State of Florida, under BRWU hlstbor'O _.."BesS.IIUre.I.'DII.P505... prima MI.I I b105.CNCIIIPAIA5D. Ipeect wire REAL ESTATE A f fI weed guaranleed lila alas. soOnest MJ-ael hinesWarS alter 76 La..ICI,18.
date of November S
three months. Of course such ing moderate to Infestatlons 1941 e elan I reenini replaced M weed eretal I S pm. -
heavy -wherein Howard C. Stephen d/b/a .,. trainee. pick .... deliverymma HARDY SOD CO.:
;previews are based on the as- Slmanton also reported Stephen Concrete I. plaintiff and LawansawirRepairsLWMO5T1i"tiEPAIR1ti6's 88 PAINTING AND carpenter work
H. M. Margaret Pearcy I. d*. Fre Umte. Sau >actMMl B .UU Laos OrtMsM
't sumption of seasonal weather high levels of chaff scale, glover fendant I have levied upon and > Swlmmlm Pools ,iwed Call MO S41BOa .u.r'l Diiklnf ESTIMATED

for this period and cannot be scale yellow scale dlctyosper will offer for pale and ailS 10 the and teola iharpened Buy and. tell Read The YARD WORK sod lava seen. FREE
:Viewed with the same degree of hlgheet and beat bidder ,or eaah rn owen. kin..,. S20S Lamer MU OOLa cLaANso. repaireda I 1,54. b.ullne Alto h.... Irla- 5,5 II Ol..p. afO -MSI
| mum scale snow scale black a I a I e.. .
A-21' chemical
nt the front door of U.. Court npplie ... *. Call MO a-3M TRACTOR WORK: Mowing .
:confidence as the bi-monthly scale aphids. and mealybug Houaa at Bartow I'olk County, I.nulOrnra5. JB. 70S CAM Man COMPANION TO ldy. tn.. ducin, aod grading. play.Bpe-
tft leo
'Insect and Disease Florida. on the tlth dity of April Painting S.SlSi i unenKankeered elallaed m
Summary" Below normal were brown soft Free t* trrel Writ 1030 yard etedlnt sad
Released by the Station. I toot the cams being a legal, .. .. PIIhTIhWSPICIAL' A..,... ID.!POR L. P Lana _I.. null dIscSOcreem.N.Clo.orpo [EDGERCLASSIFIED .Dllt Drln Lak W*!**, Floe.ida. grading MS-I7JO. U2I4STthat .
scale pyritorm scale and Florida day .t I 10 y m. which in batweesthe 0> ".10'. '110. ArerueAINTINO interior. 118II-O_ Phaso 142.a.
I This outlook can be of great red scale. legal aal* hours of eleveno'clock .13. PI" elsa. .or' ORar.n.
> A. M. and two clock R'I. ...... Pbeno LADY WANTS wopa 111' due uwest. ,
Value In -- Wed S534J55altcn UpkeliterlngBAOulTT .
I to citrus growers plan- The general forecast for April P. M of said day. the folio*Ing I 10. .bo. SlIt 5-1475

:Inlng pest control operations. through June assuming normal deacrthed property' of the defendant W WABHINO; CPHOUTER1SO Servte YOUNG MAN with tltriM d>*... YOU'llAG
*arpentcrerk *. Slip ...
II. M. Marsaret Pearry, cover* anti drape desir.a taiploymeat In itrureducUOB.
;Even though such reports may weather condition, looks like to satisfy old txecntlon end cot Itowlt . interIor. eiunor work, free eona.le. Pro nashua*. peck OP [ Ha. eiaerience isSr.
*iot always be precise due to this: : eatlmatea. st.1os., reaaenabl, Mr TurinanPlcturs nrtcen S3- ill delivery "'OD. eIe-4440. *oVenstlaii .n.sn.u.tI ferMUer tale*.
Inc W7 Lincoln 4 dnor hardtop in. IInIl1n....rIb Road Wrllo Boa M-313 Lakelaad .......
i : and other Rust mite
climatic changes -moderate thro'ughApril Capri, Serial $37 A15IUI.(., framss ...

,. --variables this report will give moving to high In June. is/it tag CWW.I9lO, lien In ;! IlInci.V&RnCAL8 COLOHED WOMAN deMrei bouee. [t

.growers a good reasonably ac- Citrus red mite normal in amount of $111.W.IV dIeT U II. rRAMU Beautiful AND Berleooultenifeplured wont ., keepln ehudren. Fife
UK. IV, cabinet type: end frame. tad mculdin, CustOm. and Repaired eleaaedreflntahed Caps week Cell MP amoEl
:curate prediction what they most with 30 cent of table: ..rr.. la hi'* tree lamp ct ADS
t groves per : : ready "... Oaiar An (hop.i iIIW1 I Ale aatoeiobll neat .. .
ME .k. 10. .
Plreitone Radio; labia lumpawlel : Orleine Btret MO J-JJ04 I Ills blind yeur Iaanle
can expect to encounter In In- groves 'with Important Infesta. fhalr; .' x P' cotton Air-Lite MO S ST11 rwfdery Monotramln Mltebr II.r: em. the Ledger Want Ads
*>* esu
sect and mite problems. rug; throw ruga.; IMng room laglM. MQ 3-147.
According to W. A. Slmanton tion.Texas citrus mite-increase chair; couch; double .lad, 2 -. will sift your unused
twin bed: S di-eaaera. 10' r.- IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS
entomologist at Lake Alfred, no expected until late June. frigerator, (IK.. ; electric stove, Dailv household Ittms flit

:insects or mites were sufficiently Six-spotted mite-will be of rnunil Klreeloiie dining: mnalt table)Duo with heater i; Q.) BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION See the "Business Opportunities" Check )'our homt now

1 abundant during the period of little Importance. i ud .h.lr. then call
MUMIOK: : BRANNBN ads In today'spaper MU ( I1S1 to
'January through March to warrant Black scale-build up expected
Sheriff of folk
. widespread control measures May through June. I"lo,his Count DIALMU 6.1 151-Ask For Classified for the best buys. place a buycr-ftttuif ad.

although sprays were apE Glover scale-probably will remain $3, 1111.V SI .'L.\IIU4 I MU HWLI .
1:1II Deputy
plied to 24 per cent of the high. 1J.In L- .
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12 Ponclnj, Muilc 97 Ankles fir Solt-Mlu,103 Ftirnlter A Apptlaneii IU A.temibllis For Salt 12? Famish! Apartntntt 129 F.raliht43U A.,.110 Fwrnlihid HouitsTHRBB RENTALS RENTALS

PIANO: TBACBBA. ... aooopl n. PrAY BIWINQ BtMhln*. Uklanly BEFKlantATORB. W A a I Kbiat.ra. 111II. BILAI1Ch......." 4 .10' rCRNUHCD APAR'lMWNTB II IN 'JUI IdolS BCDROOMB. Walklnitoeele. 134 I.... With iMril 139 Mir-Jili. ...
DIIa lot arlval 1D.1oa. B. .... wad for repair work air oBdltoBr ta. All 0. slIck. A-I ...dl....... ..... 4If .... Tn... Raeeable CoIl Mo .p. Screeaed Al.o
llBaar.. Wlalfrad* Bad adnnoM, MXIMr 3-5I4. l14fo Oakhlll. alter .. akM ....lreeL Prompt ...... 1150 Psaboe. 11'1 MTJ 11.1.... HJ. .o! '11. 15P510 prtmnt .. .1.. a.".. BARD Wr hia.... to '0. HOUSB POM at!* *r rent, loeud
OH. taw TwoaoartniMit
..rd14 W..4. POSTS TRBA.TIO*** .n tree ted. .rvlc* Be* at for tood teed appliance Ml IMPALA Sport COUP. whit uoru. APABTMKNTS. 050 end *, a lart roocn* to aach BKWllent SouUllM l.. tlB.Ml1313. . ._.b'". 1Ulait *t Carter' COIlS Dais
:at* ... So3-vos ., .... *. loins* .raw Hits Eelvlnator* Day TTAppllanoa aadMom with nd iBMrior. 'OIUeD' COBdltloa. two raw*, uaene.. Blllttlee. tor.alehed. with p.I.1 bath, air *ondtUonad O._a D'.. Phon MO tl

d.... UAPLC' BEDROOM .11I... .Id-*. 13QO AnburndU ltd. Call Ml-lll. Dill MotaL 400 ..*. ...".*. 1 THRSB PVRNUIHBD bo_ Tw* UNPURNlaHEO .qrm bedroom

INdo *of(.. labl.*. ........, *lxMfrlfwator. MO -117l. -U COMET wa4B. Air ondl- Tampa ......ar. OARAOB *lo. In. .,bdroom- Iii,.. 1.-rl" 13< UnfuraUlitd Aportt.LINCOLN maeoar* boui* Akn tw<

PLOfUOA'B LABOBST an* ..... ,... tndv f... kawoel VACUUM CLBANBRS rebuilt re.ondltind ., UOIIOcI1.* .-. *.....1 *.... TURKS ROOMH. *... uit.. **- broil APaTIN." bulldln 1.5705.CLEAN bsdroiso.. o *d ..1.. "u. .MU
.V1" .allla U.S. Call all ..._. tral Ilettrle; 0110$ .. Ml .
Biodara bat thal. LklaaiBaautr .... Repair part. 0:5.tr' Frlc location. loot room itar around. 133 COURT Apartmrati
OoVM*. til a PtB St.CompKMli ws-3111", or a** al UM Bui Oraaallald .wtrl.. 3131 Cl.valand 1' lUlltlM .....I.h.... Adult onlyPtrkiat. South TianauM.BACHELOM . ONC bedroom'Boue. on Laktlaad't flat for olord In patch.ROOM BetweB 10.00. Mass Suecee oso-
rmad.ld air aondl.U ...b I.* II... MO *-'::11'I.1 HOST SELL *r trad. 1140 Ford tAI-1103. APAHTMBNT tw. Ian* ehadr nt, near kcepitatMl. pus, lob lanoal and W,7ta. MUUL. IU Full strati. Call
B.d. aiapl parka IIP 144nAI 30" ANOO1XICD: alumlovat ".toi.0l .. OOUM tad 1M1 purl ._ tatmlleata. lruI\NIIIHW OR anfuralehed.. privet art room tltctri kltcbui. bath Ptioc MV SIMI.PI MU 1-. 1133. ... 134 ZooS Parkstreet.

CONDITIONING Talriiara.Uaa . ....1 ClMlalro. a. dwt r.... TV bum BAROAJNB.lad tuaraateed Completely S3* M aad re-I both run ..... for ..;1 bath tntrane*. 137 OO I* with aba..,. Bitra oUan andprivate. sw. bad. .OU&M THRU raoau .11.

a..a D_.... W* train .... 11_. Asp .....Oabl. aI,.. ... Pro laitallaUBB. 435515L.sb.11s4' I6T chrol V-d itiok. *r lMO.688.o3ao. MS so monthly. Nan**'* Apartttente. MUUJ4.. Ill *)*uU> WK , A.'Ib'D. rl bath iround.I'rl fr PLATEAU Aru. Plv. ..
0111104. II loom.eeth
aa3ill.WUTINOHOD8B tlO ..*. Blvd. .. ..... .
Writ Coram.ruU rrado* InU.tut Mat bay IB ... at > mll MU S-1071 I. "o..t. not wit**. lart Illweek.
*. Bi ".211. Lak )and UdtrMaul .1 UPRIQgT Ir... wed TV al Nit <* Day TV. 1130Auburad 1104 CHEVROLart' lApsIs vii 0". !PRIVATE ENTRANCE .era4 IDlAI.POh0 wipiorid man atwoman. TREK8 AMD floss,.. 111 week, 'du/t. 113-1413. MO I-MM. .

Ocwrat *r. aw .*a.uaa blind 3 "a4'. *!* _cI. One till t MEIOUT A II S a s PSP.01014. 5555 p.rm0050. lporeb.1..1..* ""' .. bedroomkllcn.a. . Thr.. .,., nonih Imulala. MS month. >aky, pet accepted.Fraccd AIR CONDITIONED, *o,.*r (Bartat -
HEAVY KlUIPMSNTVail = m ell... >olu. **> rh<". D". .U 1-1111. .. CaU 803-411141. beta eoanalcat BOMUVla ., air Caipat.DUI.land. ,.... *lctti*. 4SOUTHOATB m.oL .. 11501111 kltohm.Adult 40117714103. 'O b.droomo.
DIW IS >..r buUdlnt rue COon mahoianydinlaa. FOR BALE clean Ueo Plymouth" 0..11.......... 0....* .all'. ..,. M343JS.REDECORATED '. A *. ne BU Mo rard ..r_. lari Uvlnt ana. Baer*
: delui IrU.rator uruah4. 14 e
tram ..d..... MOW. Additional lOa (All, _.'. aad m.... poaat lull*. Call MU I347 4 door eedan. New aet *o'*n H3-S3I3. ONC btdroom.porch. .' horn** I-J AI. tw alt* *uadl.iwad. .131 Chart.. MU 10333.TWO :
man Bdd t* TaUt. .. HEAVY, alcDlai tall III.... KM aad tart *. Trent ,door .......1. Radio andneawr ATTRACTIVELY FURNIBHRD sao said ahadtd. Clon tulip Clark CENTRAL AIR conditions and
MOIPMENT oparatora. CoIUMMI BM orr.r _""' LU. .... LAROt roRWIC.&o Io. 4piidd.4 MU' "- 'PH'M anytime ta* Illi BUBd.7.1Ib. CaU I and two bedroom *.*.....*.11. 40* doss C, paoa UU loao h.atlnt. I4i3J Utlnt room Iwob.drosmo. BEDROOM 0..". IlliMoatlnllo
A..III. .R Av Near school and
traJnlnt an ACTUAL a"II, kaannct, bathlnot and 'Booth Florid Phon tro I-3HI7 103. klUb.n with built-in *
od raut CHOIcm Enuiwiwat so.I pi"..... in HUltld Orlr. akalra. OASIS at drawer Ml OLDSMOB1IJI J.Utre budonv.rllbl 13. LAROB BHAOT two bed.rooma. rtat. 0001117 ttl Park Hill bu. lln*. ITtt S auaaa. Show brppolntment
ratar IfS ...... VIe bui.sLpald dia.ua ubla. kaeehele deek.Wnaakl top *. Tw door vhs PURMUHED Oik t-. lurwlebedoa ae.w. AIM Call D. 5.. Phon M3-OM1.
skUll la eontnuoa todar.I ATIimP04.AN radl.phono..pit Irw lama, mitaila h150'lOsOtld 1 TS. Alt S0tT5 I bmutiful Morton. 113Lak REDUCED TO $30 . .. a.l. WeitOllv ... .U-Su top
BEDROOM bolos rent
pot soooi.t lnrrmtiea "'. with four ...ot_ ODd ..*.. uki ..... Tab oMits waah.In loud 0054011.5 003-4441. Morton PUT*. 'bisoO MU *. .u. .12 IlllJ.
._ ..,,,...*. amd NulliP1e. v.... it*, i Q5th5. '1a1. ...h_ .1...... beater. J-JBM. YEAR AROUND BOOTHS1OB Cite 140 . ''M' MV t-Mll.
baura at .BOOM Uliphaa la: aunbwand Phone MU *-.7J.COtOKBD ......., ........ aUlity tabt*. lamp, :t.fIU.n I : .':!s ';;:t ,NIC WCA77ON.CI.o6 and ONI BEbRAOM .01. P.43 bdrom, lita.A'AILNI1.tll. 3 Bedroom 1 b.1 ...Cua

CalUd auulpmant QpuatoraSchool : '1" RCA tolmliloa,. dllll... aU.. plolO."I.. ..*, .2-13.. Sul.n & ....- 01....." Lartt .OMI tpac all .1.,1. 5111505550..a41* OPals SOIlS Field. O" MU 141 AU til* '"I 0.. 1. Lake. 'Ut 0.
.. ,., blaaMel. 14* Weet P. 5,510. W.I ol. rooai aKotrl ) Bedroom 1 Porch
braad Oiitar kllh.
lAo.U UMdk dubKp IMia! VOLK8WAOKN convertible, Aduit parkin, WIll r..Iab" . 0"1. 4etm.LAKB. ki0
A WMtora Union Bldi. ....*... DUlllj trailv. ......... P.ZPa201ATQWiii: ," .ew condition. Baraaln .83.11178. 330 wot Cannon.MALL b.1 111., 0.. ni. 0030334.Mo yaatt e.1
Tampa, Florida ipar* tio. MU 1-1140. 2311 DUll _.. ....... Waahln machine, . ouul* onlr DKBHON atUactlnly fur.lahd BEDROOM 5.w brick duplt. Lak. 111.00. ...
Contractors Intgrmauoa about BUMt. IJI.bO. Double bed and .prime MODERN apartment.lam Iwo b.drwem bom.. wlm. air block to 1 Bedroom mar .* wa.
I 17 Ant eDIIlllo.
m..nas Wanted .... .. .
*loMt*. far *> CaelLemon. WolSiP Slat aad ftahln yelvlleiea, ITS. R Mioo.
our bal_ aparalara .poo raut. .. hint .._. IJS MOI94 P. ..11..11 ooll.t ,
Full aoeradlted mimberat THIRTY w salon stOol oi>n lop Phon KU 17335.OARAO5APAftTMXNT.i 0' Clark ,. SM-4031. I .Jar 1alr.no t R.drl n'*f Ward. rant.
drvaia Aim I .111.. ..srd4rd0.10e05 ONB COMPLCTI bedroom ...1'*. WANTm CLUII SI.. .44 0. 'II aei 883U.WP .
Th*. AMU. eC Bam Btudr ..d.*..... c..U"11 Uht .land. Cht el drawer. 0504.1. C"II WU w... .* BEAUTiniU CPBTAlRa .55. ball. AN IT twiaat. 1 Bedroom Florid roem rani *
avhooli.ITS. 3.111IIII. doubl bed. MU 4VMM.RBEZCR room .Comfortable convenientlylocated. room acarlm.nl for Mi* lumnw.Attlt 131 For lint Miscellaneous BouUiYork. .'rl.ru1."oldl.. Illi 00.Mi .
: CIVIL SERVICE ins CASH 'or 501651 Iruck or No Bet*. Inqulr 101 Un01 tat SOT palmo. Dl.., Bar N.. *>*r>Uiai .*. Biar
01 RtraiUIRATOH. automaticdafroiun TWIN'bLD ..I boa .9,105.. tie undo, 'S7 .Odol, 015005 aaIICAIIH Street.COTTAas. Laka aftr .." 505.1530.COTiibF1Cl0l4CY.. "UY.. \11
TESTS I *. oaotlkal "'dl"" ', 171aah. III. flow. Call "$Moru 5000. MU MU 3-2504. 3 30. 'H.II..or". C TWO BCOHCWM traU.r. privatelot. 13'
lot ..........Id.. .... door.wjsm. 3-0005. 1 POOR room. Florid Furnished 3 bedroom home.Phono On. ortw M-4107 any tlm_
..... all leotrl. air eondltleaed.
Men w. ll-l| Start hlth : IN I 51541. Oil or p0.0.. room fural.h. panoa 140 Bioalhlr. lOll TWO BEDROOM.: elt alhbor.hood .
.. uooo a WMB. Preparataritralnlni VPR10HT. 14 ft. 90$. ; '12 or .Idse. Cab ......... Wild oil b."" Silt South FloridaOKODMD l'fCIXNCY.TILll. MU MU 1483.ACiRi Oood Lab
: ar A .* a a ThampMa.U34J31 lari yard.
ONB ..Ii Air rondltloner. N toa Ml. a.IrlIsralu W..ld. C.I o
aul .......1ecI. Thou. CX3MPLB.-B tub. Sill HwsM.WANTID A II.U' 3-2930. PUa.
Mad at Job *.... ......1.. lid axl. h.""' ...* to to under .,. aroattaB Ireaur 140. ___ h '_, .1. 8- _or !.M IDUPLEX __ _. P.,"... ..110 1114 LklParker.
Uallar. 50545. 6-1 l 41r e3-4 ol.T.IRN1TTJHI. : OLD lark OlTIOPSiS 01.0051. attruttnpartaiMib.
...aU. BBBMOKirr. PROS Information > > Ktobbtr. \ rurnlihd. 48B-ISSO(
oa lob. lalarioa raaulrw. All for tU. M1-I4S7 or 'lit tood condition wrecks. fop ....... P'"P' p110.5. '. fro Uitadry fectliUae.recreation. 701 E. LIME .11 o SOUTHSIDE 3W'5rDa0OM bUM. N.wlr

....... Writ TODAf tlwlB ....... ...-pT3.. C.U MU 2463tor appointment.SAVE .- Call Black1: I3-IM1. 0'0" Trailer City decorated with .. atoT aadrefrltwatai.
wiry 11} .' .harIsW III.h..,. taton Pvl.APARTMINTS.$0k0. 1 133 Mebll Homes APARTMENT MS monthlB. CobS
tddraM and than* Lincoln Barv COAl. AND __ .... UiTal UB Ounk lira.ckiK
... Boi ...1.*. Lak.land Ltdiar TV'l lit Bad IU: tarn llao.rla . Pn pick to. Tnkl'tMat Ill SO. Ilr lari. tw* badroom tIled MU S-I4M bele/eea a JO aad 4.30.
kd.. *..tll., lift twa-picc 25 to 50% I'OD .0 *!. I... "'-3111. Ill 10 and 111 ptr ..... Utht. with .carat dm In* roam; MODERN furnl.hed boute- ONI of Ills ttloMt two badrnomapartnuni Afler 4-30 M3-0003.

LIVESTOCK couch .... |:Ui BV frtlllMipraadir OT WILL PAY caib for lan car *rMckup. watr and la* furnlhd. Cnlldraawelcome. olaanl alol. lu'"I' with watr CAN...eott****. Oaod llvlnt on. In aa txcUnt UKBUon TWO OR tare. bediwor I.
Sill lati aiattroM and IT or cw... MU *-440 AUa Mepint room and ... sIrius, .. Dulltl furnhhed. Bu. OAK nR BIT Oondl- rent, reuaatbl*. Hear
print. Illi mn ...u.... II: BADCOCK'SR..Bl1ilt 414 Cut Oak MTJ "12". '81 a .0." Call Bail Traaiua .101 weekly,1133117.NICB linall. ... elaao. H. b u.. Phon. MU I-34J

IS DIV. Cati rah 1w0 bevy nnai*. HIM T Inch Llvtng Room FOUR ROOMS and bath. Early with T. R Tt. Jr, Rwltorat I oll.. 3-0334.
CASH FOR YOUR CAR .. TWO bedroom Ir.I. II.b.
Doss Si$ C. .
*** A. Sprlnior.KathlMa Furniture ''I American furnltore."' Adult Bwlm.mint .T1 l. 1.a& ..Iar f'DI.n. 1"1.U. 3134 . t ,_.. JV
Road. Mroat from Orlf. pOol I4. Smith SsrSol. .. hIss. CIA. i
BETTY POODUB aaopva, PT* fin School.JDUMOND. I 1 and pile* Pindirvu Chlirolet win OARAOB APARTMBNT. S14 NullS N..,tit Florid*.. 'II. 139 Unfurniihtd Hwiiai bath, k .built-in rant
feulontl troMBlnc, Mods HP- SIts room tult** but pea ir it "'. slits EXCEPTIONALLY NIOB awepartmeole. Stall A....... Pour room., bath .. 551.00514515.
..... 131 Kathleen ..... Beep ,:.,. 501.1 5.0435 woddlBf, .400 rtnt. On. Priced M Lew a. Air oBdlUon d U *.. tarat .,1.. two raom .Illcl nrrapartmiat. MODERN TWO bedroom oa Irl avis. CH .*
M3-d4d. Mom *SS-MI.. I Stotidotsoa C Cls.io CAR PAYMENTSTOO lrd. Tel.Dhon MU J-S4I4 lit Both furnjhd. Vats lot, beautiful ski M.1 TWO bidP.os ... 21 CIVITAaT . i Mom >
RBO1BTBKEU CH1BTJAHUAS. tw. m 2t 5 $39.93 and up. lash Cbal.street t town, Montiom.rr Ward C. ihlld. n* pel*. Call UU 1-4391 _,.. .nd .. '11Ounth. Mdroom. Florida ,_. IV*

montna and Mr.., fat eel, stud TOOL. REFRIGERATOR IMto.e. For tpMtttular Bartai Afil" CONDITIONED efficiency.urlvat anto... N. .hlkr a* pat*. _. scout IullTDD bUii. ran aid .'**-
aerrle email aboeolat aiai. dlaln lull. Uvtui toom. la w4 furaltui HIGH? patio near .Iblnoo..'. 1.0. 188.8. 134 Mt.lfe Horn litt .1&1" _.
MU o.13s&DALAIATIAM old badroom lull*, "U._. 10 dolt count. 4100 .45 AND Uirw turnlhdapartmint. 505. ..OUI ,.. r .u C.I h. 0 w

PUPP100, ,5r7 100.imabto. A M to 4 P ..., 145 Bouth III.... VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed "'.'''&',lt Ch.TTolet win Dli off Av.nu. l.r' up. orbits batli, loll pl... .1. .kl...03-.4 I

NU S-Jllo. WHITE PORMAU ....L Join Ilka Furniture ISO. IsIs mod.l eat 5.4.5.. LOVELT CLOU la *n* .. two &.Ib Click. 731 Sooth WI.ourl. SHADLT ihutll.board. mod. IU.all. CO.
new. AIM akirt, *uma..r.bund. DepartmentIn 'Ot "0... la on* ro" can sItoid carport. Do pet*. 411 o. .UIU. IlsoS reitrooma CLEAN TWO bedroom duple.. ABBOT.HECKES
HORBBB POR tale. PIT (altedhimper bom. COOL FIRST floor aaar itoroa ihowwr .and 1..IIr. Clean renlal .
I roar *M teldlnt. MOOClrcl Mulberry Se Mr. ItuiMU IU' Lk.. b.. Well turnuhad. BummMrawt. 105115,.. '* Pill SI. Ian. cloe.u. 010.t* .rl. .. LMLA
Bar S Raaah Count 10 OALLON Stab aquarium, com.plrtely NIC! APARTMENT lint flor.ileotrl . U* aouth Twnaian A,.. Phone_ 6884041.LAKB ool. la.l. .2 Palmetto.MMALL fiT Ten *,.. U Mill
Un sod H.,. 5'. Ouppie*equipped.MU 5-4450.! D 10 yount l'tIS uvloit. fo. _.t. win Bior PENDARVISCHEVROLET kitchen, .h..*,. ao pet*. nu*. BON Mt Pour hit Mobil HOUBB four ..U.*ul .

1iAQ$5 PUKKBREV. No HOMSMAD' PtA? bot3o.ol boal.Sf011. 10 than.1II..rr.par rot lour has and Sup Adult. *. 1101 South Florid A...PACING LAKE Park.r, lavaly nov' Ham Park Nw lartMl loSs IsLalslsad. 5431741.ALSO O.d. City. Il.h.a., IQ .I .11 CAROLYN Drlv ..

pawn. Befea ... aid. Pleat ., .111I ....... 535. "U lap.. four room, tilt ptUi tarraaaploori Slob and dry. Municipal appliance., .. ;
t* cboo*. r..... Well mailed.t3 5-4469. THREE ROOMS air conditioned plUSh Dim, beach prlrlataa. o..1 water sod *..... PARTLY .I.ball I and rm.Handy aoulhetd tohool Clark
.*<57. SM-I73I. TWO BEDROOM lull_ walnut.btoHdi W.S.BADCOCKCORP. lull .. nle.ly tur lled. 1041souh Ptr.t llonr. 6441%. 4. 734ATTItACnVB ....* bus Una.. Block topew 1 bolt.... Mai Rudy Realtor. Realty.'
LIVER AND whit poinUra. tbmnontn I.. Blr. _.....1: b.arhor IIS *0. Florid 4,0. .. Floss lal. UPPER on* bad.room Ores Park Bhapplnt Cantar. 1137 .. Memorial ... *. 1.403. brick
aavi Iii *u '*. Ma-1417 Ood lake fuhlnt and boatIn 1T. TWO BBDROOM new .
Bali and female. Mala and
eld Star
: WsUSuso5Moiboppp apartment. Print bath
131. Cad _.. 133-1"'. at->403.OOOD PVrld 120 Firm Implamantt 101510CR.room kttth.n from with oollM dmioi* L. :I .nl.no.. Ulnil.. paid oa.apt 11.US .. Small Drlv pel.*.. MO 1140 North Oryitl THREE IIDIM ....'. Cry. pi. .SIP "Ddl..d. Mock RealUr.

BLACK OREAT Da. pupplea. WORK I NO urd trlixl- Vulbarrt. Blor. Hural bodrooro, bath, Cal NX .- Want .h Strait.tnrpux .k 1.1. lei Lois CI., C.I MU ..phon. SM.llll. Bal
rltrd.! 13-3340 113 Ita"Jo. '. loa.....Aa"M4 North Oil LincolnANTIOnB MO -mo S .... t* S *m. dallr. PrL Sltatatll D 0 CIOl "..... '300. Call MUIIllS. or MU 1-2J64. LAROB PRIVATB trailer lot. on l llln om.
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.. Read at Ia..rou... **._ SOpoa nVl ROOM8. lan ... FORNISHEUOli FOR XlriFUHNl 505 *. Patle. Children weloom.. TWO BttlJBOOM CB boux. N. I1NPI8E FOUR and 131.m. Cle
MAP.BLB t** tabU and AB Dat WidBdarOm .ah. 9104 Colonial, call IMI-leal. .
SIAMZfllNO p0101 'ana ...pI. dr.o.r and .""rr..... M aauclal .5.,.. *ar>Ui| now . .tI. wa>h.f Hardwood ,lnt ly lleral throuchout. Water b.1 .MTJT3l>.
1.4 .inI p.l.t wiIsp.xNono :' .. (Mh.f lOon:.. Call UT143() Florida 121 M..". HomatP.AH.IR IIP. 741 RuihlBi. MTJ '-3GII room, dlnlnt' t.r.rv00 bed.room. [ .." 14 1It.w .hol.LOVELY Bouthild* Isosu..
lull l ea C.U POUR
Laktland'a Lo...' PrlrwttO ""tol... Aawaiat MOBILE LIVING J. ..
PUPttor .01. Blr TWO MOO 14 5. OuUt. Olesil l .lsn'lrlI rant laria Wmtlnthoun tree iMdroom lncd, com with
Call 5.1071.IA010aSS DOWN PAYMENT Sip No. Plorld. AT*. lALBa natal. Iniur- round floor all aloctrle. whop r itrlgePslop with fraalni unit, all "''OU.RI TWO bolt... dupl.a. pp$5ssll. tvO llO. Cl rKRealty.
Prom 130 M Slid "BadoBcc Will TIlls to. Bltht" aac*. . part*. .ppllea. In.urad I.rlaed. aumaitr ralo.. adult tIm. bath, *loi 4*. ullllti AT ITS BESTWhy tpnllinaei 'DI waur .
KITTINB: for aal E-Z Monthly Payments bonded local and nationaltraaiptrura. ... room and ui :* aroa. OOM tolorlda not lie* tt four ttar park lurnl.hl. MU 3-3610. 81.43.CL""IIIIO
Main and .....1.*. Trained toandbot. Obllato. Mu t DI"4Vrill&
Jack' 4T10 Mwamp
Call Mr*. C. D. B.."*.. Lbwlran run ... .... DM IP .. UTJ -034.. THKEB ROOMS sod b.th, n.wlr ..n lo appreciate For *up .'.in S lorilr Ul.t On that hai TWO bedroom CB noun*.
M3-M1. .... Ill*to I-PIM Uflairoaai 104 o... on F*.1! .I.h. dot nlotll furaUhod. Win- m.nl phon* M 1.03I II illr trp ....... fin. drmtl. -'- *ttr* "'" **"
Oft atnat patklni, 141iumlorland. water. dlrot 05w00 aompan w
.11M ..... . . HIM
Prz.nwtu PSKINO58LII: Ptonto. **.. I2SM Boi ioriEf *r PROPANB QAS for Mokla*. II..*. is e ia e M >o WTOESMOBILB I 55,5 for minimum atactrlcal . : SIT .,. 111,.. 10005
old. _II..... MU Innrncrln nittrn .. '11." IB*, B04 ...... U-rUalloa. Btdu- BOMB IN8ORANC1BTORAQB 130 Furnl.hid Houses I" ont with all Ills tu. tip .. c.1 aStor .. NU 1.4405'CLASshPhIQ Ill
10173.PUPS Ctod bodroom .ullIO trial u... Call ....JtaI. I,,'* ... 11 BLOCK from ollat*. Two wtlaa ftolllU**, Thaee thin*. -O.
S PARTS ll.lni hams nd so tIsro nun at PALM OIIPtAV
PVRBBKEU Bniliah .1.00- cemplewHIM Mrlal Oa. Osri58. J331 ..*. .room. rom. '
h.rd>, MlllM. rat Urrlira. nalM . Aubaradaia .lab.... : \O BEDROOM SIms. Adulta ,SHORES MOBai VIAOI 9.1- 62 RAMBLER
|4I M t-BlM dlBMt. dm. Phono Ma RafirenM*. IDOmonlli 'SrI )u.t north of
51 BialM$ f-male.Ul, femal OIL** I30Tor ChUiaariuaa so.b..ton Ml .. ... . .. ... ..... 119 IS DEE'SMOBILE MU l-aKt4. 'oi.rr po"., rmldmu. 103 Uk AI'red.a "I"Mou' ..D_ 58-
maim I JO. femalei "thili wd TT'I .. ...... ..". 105 JtwalryWB I X.: .t .rm.n. I, R&8 '64 *Arnsrloss AubMruli*. '
V.I.n.l. lae. *n.
COD _....& Owlnn I.._ a liP II" powr SOUP HOMES IWOPVRNIORISD apO'.t Lcal an* .. ,
)(..,..1. owlai.. -. C, ,. B.. ...s. ,. .., ,...... (41.M .four room. ud T W 0 kPDROOM5. vsmplst.lp. I mile***, .
.... (ton* aad ..,,,.- pay *..... dltmaad. teldeolna .41 N. WlbBlb. MTI SMIIAT Apply aao T.D.I.lurloh.d. dll Waat P.oinssr. IM MOUKRN TRAU1 with cabana, InternationalScout
TRREB fhre* rear poiieTBn old female.PUB*Muet and Mil.an* ratara ... ......... 14114 .aSt aid (..... platinum *Uet.Mela 1 ._. Phoa ....4. par ....n Drlr .,. th.a call walklnt downtown.Convenient .,I
retuw nonabl .. **'* wwMry. IOS ....* Plat 1. O. Ulck'l Rosily tor on* perwn oreouplo. Camper M295
will not aaf ''l* oral paint Ill* laUoa 1 with houeetrallor.w PaUlO lOl
.1/... MOT3M.. AIM limo stool tt Plumblnt aadUardvar III... w* earport. all' RN.a. .prl.al- Cant Nil phon MTI .. U.330. I ;

.. co,.,: br IIi Workshop on lot.4DOO 8.1. p.b.. or W.*, .r 941 WEBER-.nlr. two bedroom.arnort. tRAILER i.OT for 'IJ& or 004.1. 4 wh... drlv*. Sl* 4.
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19 UvittKk I POLT POAM MOBBKKOUTLBT 106 Machlntry & Tiolt .U-10T4. h. Brtw .1 ItrMkONI 171 AdulU, no pet*. Oonv.ol.ntlp 1".led. KU 1-30.i Bottle rtrltrar
.104 .UBil trallir, MO. MS007. |*t, PAUL NAYLOR 5

TRI STAYS BreedMw, sf10101.1lousotosliOs. I w* Cut It AlP BlotWI vaIn WUDBR Ill Bid IMampe. FORJ SALE. : All aluminum trailer.'OtroS IJOKN.1 tlxDln n.l.hbbN. '.I 11$ ".ml F.r Rant itv*. hit $4747.43. I
head 3 PRICES sod lurnlahed ar anfur.lahtd. . sholpios .. MOTORS
M Per PAY TOP Vb..... Ale new ..Id..*. Mak offer. Sos Ctiampllnt .11.. 1.1.,0 CLEAN POUR room 1 iris \
.0.01.41. ..... Induded.IM3. t3J. rot Oood VIM Puraitvu 70* M.rldlaa Av.nu John1 TourUt 05,5.000SWIBAILLPR. W..I.1.1. 1 or.h. .onlnl.o 1.01.. .... .... MoON .
and AppUaa. !NICE TWO bedroom taraia SplItmpnl. . . 1903 Boan LAnas ROOM .1.... nor bu. SAVE $1500DICK'S 11' .
'HnLAND PONY SilO b'ldl.O CALL MU W04 ('tSAR. 5.14', uinmrr rate. I 011,0.TWO. Oenuema preferred or ma* u Cs's lush 1-IllS
: enl rail BM1311QPPOIITB .lulrlo kitchen .
TWO TEAR aid Bar ..... Hai Polk Trading Mart PLUMB1NQ future Toll. 1959 GREATLAKES HHUrn.IBOARD. ,DWK.. *- .**.. Old B. CLEAN Call MU room, OIOM t* DUIeland. AUTO SALES \ OPf M tVININaa I 0.54. TILl

bad ihou slid been ..,med. A|. oil, lavauuu. and .... M lach.rub . Cowrr 1 ronma and Florida dips after I, all laturdarXJTIAQE IUJ.
00 OsAdlo and brmia. Mg a-7080 U .. BWT. tt lAST .*, no. 40S II........**__.Street. MOBILE HOME Adtilli. 7 al Cait 0'.*. ." sod 5usd.,. Lov&Lvruihi1HLO room prTat loll I. MuSs MU 1-1410 '
--- ;\ SX- 4S I II. '151 btdroomi. Fully fur- -MltUPPRH 111 Oaceola. DeXrabla I .' entrance, ..rl.l.h., tele.phcn .. ,
Montgomery Ward l.kd.. IB lObs ... ..0Ddl"00.I TWO brdrooma Pflvati lop coUPIa Sot,. Oul.t ailthbor* .. 1.1 foil 1 10104005403. - ;
STUD SERVICE MONTGOMERYWARD des Inildl ntranr* and bath, Call Har bui end tom. RefrDUPL1X 1711.ft .
GET A GAS HOT WATER at 5 pin ot or Aunriai', UtS i-1474. hn. >
Thi Aapalooet breed I* rapidly >lr 50540110004 with "o.oln. TeSsi.soo.DICI1IABLS .. '..8.11.rln O R KIN U O0NTLZMAIj'" IVIeJBUY
.".win* m nowvlarltv BathMalli HEATER FROM WARDS toa *lr conditioner unit PRICED lob.- reomi and lath.Llihl err.d. Lari., modnrn, furnUb.d

a.dO adanubtlipoeltloa. ". 133-1711. bath _0..1. SILL
onfanatvm menlb Lk 4,50015 ro. MO
L. Suorlos. Cor. .
Be* ...... '. Amltoproraumt You Need III! QII' II . and Hoe*. "-'8311.i. .'709 C.' phone rIos *.. lOss
LATB WODkL SO will Biobll tU
eulllcn. ....... Installed Fencing ..1. G.O-O-II
II'OUD' 14-Hr. lnitallaua
Ions Ao"ud Thoreuihbredbloodllnee. horn. Tb'.. ...._ID.. IU bel*. HUMMCR RATB or f arll> baill., 1.0 bedroom da. Oath Milll ,: .I slut

A few booktnt ..all. CHAIN LINKFor 117 N. Kentucky CilIa ar wtUMut tot. Oaod tumiIU Kitra rile*. all .I.trle. ..I1 '..nl.h. three .031 P0,011:1 sieklp.r Orsns.Mold
sAle for r.I."... or iood iradtaiara MU 2-5103 3-4141. dulooUif. .. Inr. .' '001 i eon***. MO. CI' 1.1 IT, l.to'.nl.'. 0027045.rl.ooi USED FLJItNITIJREWARNOCK

*. QualKrlot foeJ. alltlBI IMl MIRAMAK ,3usilv4. vawr p.14. Ill Saul Oriole 8..03 I. DOW'NTOW". Orbits..
for >*| ".*-. InWodMtotf lei Protection 40110 Oirsoi.CLOlOl. I TWO .
1t1005. OS In South lOss
.ODaIM "upl.
51.0. and Beauty. 108 riatiti i Mutkol Inst.SPECIAl. 0400 n-Ic. m1!\ 111. ....DUll'. Bueirtrf "DOWNTOWN- Tw lara. niOI, lull.d. .r.rol. Yo,.. SI3403I.ROOM ..

VIRGIL SYKES ... UUIItIM paid *. Low 1000, lift.
room* 114 f 11.llo" BOARD .
and horns
mobile for el.derly
OR SALE: Two lart .
: SALB .. ass Ofanda, H3 Bouth 055 York 003.4131. 41. FURNITURE
MU 8-3637 CALL MU 25103FOR sal booM. M HO with sass *abaaaaand la or man with adult
SIIIAIOL Coaaol Bplavt
teal bareiia .r....'.. M Saul .tra badroom. oa p0II15tat. DIP1 T. rosms. LAIEMON\PUHNtUHED. hou.a. 011'. I.. .03 Mortan.3OHNER ,
I -
", bu Una, *acUnt aondlUoa. IXCHANfil
f2 WtufwJ. Ihttttck, r.ttWAHTBTM FREEESTIMATES Florida. Iwdacaped and trw*. Bealoaabl MOfrR lu '.n.u...oioh. ". Call sHop a p.m. ..._. WN *H- AND APPLIANCE
d.,.. MU *-3jjo. .n. Near POsse MU 2.2222
YAMAHA oltAKD pi.no. ibonr.illta .. 503.4619.Factory O UiXrtailtB ln.ms. Brlvat b. atorei. til W.., Matnolle. 102 I. M.morl.l llvJ.
A few lair catu Sap uUat ....ob. Three yean bath, tntrano WiMr furnlahrdAdulU itA1iiBivs '00 bou. MU .Ia.CL"III.fD.
..... Will .*> "'II aah artr. .Id. Loon.U I.... SOO Soul Pier no ptta. I4l ...nll *M central aaatlni and air tondltloa. m
Power* Dalrw. ITO S-.03L Ida *....... .U. 181. : Fresh 1964 N.rU Ktnluckr.AIR I nt for r.nl h. .Kk ar : DI."LY

WILL TAKB .-. la trad far .t Itrtif t bc..... SLIT ORAND plan. *. MeJiotanrmien. CONDITIONED. BlMl fur- ... MU '..81.REDUCED j "

P-3 Ford pickup with aattle boar.I33S flood condltMB. Quality niihid thou 5n'n apartmoDl. OMillur I '
.. ion. MM. Ml t*** ora.... 10' Wide 2 Bedrooms TO $73
"al... SI3-T70S.: WILL SWAP iood rids .0. III lootS W.COI Ave.00l. MON'
cool IIM BO* for 12 foot Lila'. street.ANTIUUK. I MU 5-4005. YEAR BwUUl

.Ill or aluminum boat la Slob : BXAUT1FUL .btB* MOBILE HOME NEWLY Wire, I The WORLD'S FAIR

MERCHANDISEs condltloa. Phon II3-17M. dread .or_. Wewly reflnlebed. rooms. n.OORA1'.o 5004lsriI000. I 3 Bad room*_ dlaln room lIeS

4A540 91 cubl ft. frMMra.Prrr. O rworked _pl..I,. II.. Ivor. Handy. Brantnwn' ehoppln -!I.rom ill .l.ctrlo klloh.a. ;
trill -..b... BtMl. boanb.Ic .era, perlect ....1I1IDa. 'e3UOOOO Furnished Mator. hoipllal. Phan MlI3 -i -b'l tub and _..'-.
IkycUfeMatwrcyclat 0 crnai batoa r_. Maarta. CONDITION uprllhtil.no. Completely crend pr.apr COMES TO YOU
.... ipacloui yard. .hor
Call RoMouakly Bcloei MU ONLY .
OOTI'AULTIIR.I room, lari*I '
'.I WPM ..._ nod condition :4311. :Anree. Phon .til-till f
Alas tw M..' SI" Call ,lou.M. aerainad porrh. 11-011 *134521 I
bicrclea. o
99 loots, Motors, SvppllitriU. ..'. hwatlon. _
01. lOo.bl'.1
fil\JWPII MU S1M3.aad "ND Tsmsiis MI" $5 '1 $3395.00 114 .... 6-4* 3.MOUTHHIOB. TWO BRDHOOM turnleked 0...*I ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT! !

TRADB W HP Crlarud PER MONTH NKAR ooUn.. twoMdrooma lop rent. Ml Wan.ta Call MUIOOII
*ervk*. XleoUn itarur Brad. .IU> _.... .....,0. ..Irol.. T Year Financing bathi. *erndrant or Mil _n. I
... **)d .port. model.*. 10'b dowaI .. .. RENTS A NEW al .
bMl cabU WiMp lotslobol.
tat with .
porch !
..... financial vaual Terms r It's All FREE
......loa. Cycl Companv
Will Manorial Bled. ..,-.- *'-1'131. I I. CONVENIENTI LAT 00. ash Khool. ....bl.. 11.16

-ilip 50010 .05,011.. _n.bl. RENTAL applyto MARSHALL'SMOBILE lu.ll. W'I h dHiimrnor TWO clean.ul.t .I

A.tl.! VMASTRAI. ,,1404 ACRIFICI Rlelld- ACOOOMT 110.... Tradorlads.JO.ln* purchase payments price. Cartage HOMES .t 101".01"rl. 1160 IID.. 110Ea ','... 1'.1 Bmr.".. .hurel...o." I.la.*.,,, You Will Travel by "Jet"To

LAMP. Teakwoad aland.MarlUk Ml M Bt Brlnrud B** KUwalwtrl extra. This offer la 2875 Gulf To Bay "d..". II.IU.. I IWILl.

*. SkI B... II Iwura. TaU limited families wishing YOU WANT liom,
to mploo.Ip
and akin*** lleau, PI*- D ISlAM
"' .... waahatanda. abair *t*. Miallar awtor trad 331 P.o0t00 to test their children's CiearwaterHwy. with mlddi atad lade. ....rrx
.t, AubiUBdal. Florida. WO-
$5055 __rloo.. MI-4UI. .... 168 East of *19 a nk. four ram furnIshed aoarU >n>* month. ISi5034. -
1I' musical ability.CANNON ntntr I Hat l.*. la a load t .11"i TnnaM. NEW YORK

.7 ArtfclM! rer Sele-Mltc. lIP 171543105 ....... two 1 CALL COLLECT 72280 ation ... to biulriM 1"1 AIR an* lrll
,.an old. baa about II "oonIM. pooh and Hie* modern. .
MUSIC CO. < ua Mrpart
Ml South ,.....**. 13403 ViaNational
prleato, pel
USED n' traat IM ... Oavateed. 303 So. Florida 682-I14J adull.
w* rtaanoa, .. .. I 124 Tfwtkt TrellartMS HARRY HLE T..I..u. I Air Lines
....-. _.... Admiral Bala. Open Friday Evening 133 luL Tna. THKEB ROOM outtaf. t*

Bern**. MTJ *-).11. .....> BUY OF A LIFETIME FORD Van rru... ..... MmiUomery Ward. .'

TT. 44 II. Wal**$. I 109 Ildl. ,.I..bl.. off.r, Mark'l Tradn Pat .11.. MU *-'.MI. IIS Bail 0 11..1, Trovtl Arrangement.

AUTO OLAsa and dear repair N.w Temp. )lt.hwlV.36'PTIUZJIAUP TO $40 rwo BJJIOOW. 71oldbsoiom.. # of
........ Tb. orao&.loall Si. elf "5to'ihaling REDUCED I IMrl Courtesy
part ..."Ued. For free laId limo,. boal. MIs.io flat aeailtraUerwith .roo. "* Bear 1".1 I
can Clllf War*, ill WrU MM. built b Flar*. All flb nr..tVIIIIOIf NU 1-7133.AND .tsad. $30.CIII .' 'M u..,... |.... MU SMO YEAR AROUND .a. 1131 .. .......".1. 3 'Tlio Traveler"
MU 5.0015.iiYiivi.. .1_. *f .oatoV.rt.: Oun*, i .r .....JIIIII. Oil'. I Big Days
3Q3"l beam. SO"
HAWAIIAN print nth. J room*-flnt floor 1octid *naoum TOWN Rouse, CB newlr fur-
at roil II.1' Pr ,..... Daoraa .tec. lln 1300*, Irl'pound; *depth.Panoramic A"Iwelaht. 111 Spertlnf CettftAPACBS RENTALS ,* .... Privet SIlO l.n.d. il.ctrlo _,lh.n. I"'.. bedroom For 2IT'S IT'S FREE !
co.... print. *t 4* aad manyBinara wlndnblold walk throiuh Batch, and *ntran.e-el.*. and eoellari room.I 1
al twducad pneea. WalMo.watt Plank trp 4515. POPosuod Itorae.Mmpartmenu CAMP1NO traU_ Sos room*-off ttrwt parkin *. .t.troundi k.pt br awn.r. .I

.arat ar ana run oat ta bohlad d* h. bum. tk* beet. before burla .... EdJohB. 21 Ivdntti Plata Far lest . D pel*. 4".4 be.ween .
.... iM aad all.... Ptwant stOol AiUnuHlve la le* chet up and delii dry tu.ator*run** ., IMS Poll Bled PUMlla PBM Waik.y .A-IUs2-1. p.m. or .*ndundy.
... .... .
tncladw* Caady Strip HytanTweed sold. dcerlM delui tap enibitorc PIor. o.1.3 SIMPLE IT'S FUNHere's
and Mt DuPont $-&*. boot reaulaiwa ninnlntlUht 840 SQ. FT. Prll on. bed -
Cleeed ._.,.. O. O. BemUloa with .wrien clrcalt, aU deckhardwar 112 Wsidid MlscsIIanssss 011OATL TWO 'sos.. CIN.. H 01. kltchaa ....dn.1
..-.- Pad Cty lit'?. M. 1.1 *. Met plataa.' vUitl tun. OFFICE FOR fusS no. .a.. .UI Pboa 711 Raat
wall born .055.* *hu anderbow. lo..r. ...0.
mite MimI *f Inunt*!* 4. .. Tucker-t Oral Mora BulldKl' *. .
00421srM.1. Biolded balln* ""'u"w.tD bull.eeu tAM POll pour. 55usd 50.54'MU 0'iU'. Pared parkin* la front' 0.R\a o b. lnm. MttMOARAOB P..h. All You Have To DoFill -
CLOTHEBLUiB ampltlywelded. mount* for paddle*, b.461001. l-I3n.: .nd rear Tarraaa floor. Ideal A'A"T Uir.* TRoll ROOM ar ellel nrf. Buit
_aM4. I and r : ; door. Cl.aa and Ill Cr-
rod5W.aP0 *, Me. Plt floor baltant or doctor affix or madlealuppln rnoBUi, .a.
S from SlIP hall. IM
boat*.. '.'*.'0 rweum and SIlK wIll pairam outtu wood 5.00.bvtlniB Practically and/ ..llId.otruellbl. ..ole*. AUTOMOTIVE .and air aoodiuenlnt.avllal Central Ill* .month...11II. >block**r ..snd. AdulU BO pot*. 3IJBouth ua' '.. MU '.laO. the InftrmatUn M the entry fr btl.w and cut swt Take It 5.P.ndoryls .
delivery M*. Plans *M110 D.iuOS.td..Wai.loll $460 _ .
0101115d'dt4 /it. Call T. .... Tucker ir. Rtor. ..aiNV Chtvr.ltl and "' the Corsair Convertible In th* main ih.w
*. Wttfard Maaufacuirln* r.e
;: : ST173.Fl THRIB room
.. IU A.tnsbll.i F.r Sele IIPACOI1.
h..*r* and Ward. lllid wltl erange (vice cartoss-gusss the lumbr ef certoni In Cewvertlblt
AUCTIONFriday lil r.1 and down bunkora.b dowaIU !W* PWAIICB. Tour redlt 1* SbopplBI. Adult 7JI and number In carntr Indicated, . I the drawing ctgw-rhofi

Kite. Only IU.* .bmtss4.blSInsbI a.LM Molpnuk anchor* ..Deed**.. Low Can a*lid 140...eewa...._liinealae IT fAST! o.PI ROOMS. Iwo. porehn. .1 di ,I there It te It.

P.M.w. haa dot
1:30 lln 01 rr 'otl.
::.1. lh rr bln. aboard .t.r."J: '.1 PODOCHI SIP.e ... 11 0.0altos. r.ll.n for .....*. -
boy p0 .* Iii "* boat. Brand aw at4 5405. 000150 ...... 1.100 Maid **r rja *hor* Ct>Mt Guard ae- MU S-t7M. a.10sbli.U4.USE .
>* ..._... Bllkon* brona* roll SAIJI 109 Lincoln. All 055.up. USED TRUCKS I I
CENTER roundln* plat*. *ll ehanaala. all air" oadiund A-I tbap in the Want Ads I Home. TRADE AND TRAVEL TO THE WORLD'S FAIR'
naUla. tan** aad uc >*& Radl* Call PoiUr, UP .J3111. MOO.1M1 wet AND TRACTORS U .
13*. o. 0. M Beat ala 155005. itcndard brdcHt. car. business or lost dog ADS

VSBD rCRNtTURB and appliance 'Boal 30 HP powvnd e,nr b d>*tvln.maun all .s.s.ro all r*. wall*,IMNC1'iotr radl*. Water door. ....while.II..tI. CUSI'fD I .I VO,.KIWAOtN Marmai.Oh I DATE . . . . . .TIME . . . . . '1'
*, apnoleurlnt. Bar. **U. moUir Roptawmmton *.. .60.2006.1043C541VYU . . Classified ads fill *, Yutonei whit. veil U 5
BOB *, 4UJr'.u: DISPLAY tiree. Lib* ao .10'
trade. H 5 M Bartaia fot.UMO CLABBirHO .
Milwar: M Mart M 01_ .ut>. Can a* aira all .dar Sundaru 4-53.... S 000 your needs. Look in the 1 .I:0 Bencher* Plcku*. NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGE . . . . .
.. OIU. Standard 1411\. SJO Bait
MU *-*043.BLBCTROHJX. tak Booar "or. "- erlledlr, *UO MItranemleelan.
Walnal Bueet. CI.... *edUMd >
U. la
aew......(.aarant**. ToM Corp..srsr.....1roa PIP-. ULAfUlPAR ......bo..t. AtalontodM. *...*.. Oood ..D.I..... 144 rr*- DOBOC t** * and ,
CMipM* with *o H P. 110203.... C0.A55tFISOOtlP5.AV h1 heei>.1u. >*ed l*. PHONE NO . . . . . . .
62 FORD ,
uallr. I17OOr
IA1.I sosulirclal Ill motor and ciator 5001 \ <. .1. MJ* I 5
slIt 0 boa4 and'trallw &4CLLIULAO SodsO De.'Uo, .,1.101' -
.sdlt5.00e. ... sods 50.515.0.spi. a ithout BM ur, Phon* MT> I-7BI* ... .._. Very ln. MoetM 0.1..,. I' kW I ... MAKE OF CAR OWNED YEAR . . . . . .
.515 .... W. 1Iu. .d aol :.. Auuuradala WOMO .. k a.. vs. NK SW,. i . . . . . . . . I
.k dan *r I .
to _II..*, _a. B* preparedt . CAll
30505ir4 TIsAIs . .. .d.
_. aln. .t.ful
aIthIOl fcuKilaT
1. *r r 16Ft.Stardust II .
WIO\ '0101015.LL771OLCZ'YACUUU tOast. ar pay' ,"$. Call .71- p aol a. NP. 5,0,04 S _
P.s 13' .
10 .in., afur *. *.-"... t..I... ... ."'" 5.50050 650 0A5P55,5cTo.
.* *r. .. ..Wo. I ''. MOWS A"AC" 5 RULES is
attachmcBUplaa WILL TRADB 1 60 model Willy w.tl. tM AN HO"'. Cull MY
La&e ..., WIU I .
_. |4I Jeep, In ewallnit odiuea with Ul MU 0-lISP f_ S dslsis.Ikabso. Is
no110110 Banala In of tie earliest dote of and GUESS IS
Pnaa4UI7.. dtbabt ...._. for 15610.51bosa. $ Ci. entry

EALTH VIBRATOR aan b* *eedWUh MAKE MOREadd .awtot Pboa and MTJ trailer 5SlOP.iosscItiviioL.ri .II aulvalue. Bmlwped spill Tl Nr Irln.rwd 'I 2O95PAUL I II I eorlitit time. No obligation, nothing to IsIs
MM 550 trail**. . .
Without _... On>t .7S. Mossy mere
Bead I.*r... WU. fat S3*. Mt EatOraata BelAlr. A.tomeU?. dDoorUudtoB radl II Seedr .*. funl NAYLOR fe CBS. Ir." 1 buy. Do "o hart to be present to win. _
et.ONB I
IS*Btr BP leeolln ..., pamp.II1 ., ClaJiifled ado to 005W.... Pint 500. 407 CarverStreet. 1295 I MOTORS QUILLAHINTRNA I . . . . . . . . . . . S

.( _Uo. MM. UO at alam.taem isles oUt Dial! MU IMO PtTMOUTH. leer ....,. en.ewner. _
'arlBkl** pip. ilKktlyeed. your braie.and C sl" .. 11 laoS 55.05 I TION AL
..47 power itterlni. ** r PENDARVIS CHEVROLET
Prlc I30S. HISl for an ad-wrlter ttSn.mI..l.*. Ins ailleaie. u' Cu'S MU 3-loll
POCKET BILLIARD tabl... alMtw Iic.Uenl andiuoa, MM. MU .. Cots MU t"'N TRACTOR

*....*. table.. Ill 1" Hat. today. 3614.11M'. DICK'S AUTO SALES 0555 'V''I'.. 1510s.l 1
Modcra a\pla. >>.*. OPT, .-. 2115 D. City HWf. 310 North Florida
CORVA1B, 4 ...... IM liP.to Y.
.1e.> With MBlBBMBk 111 lAM I "....... Ie" or 1554. So. ion i. Mi MU 1.:610 P.M.I r. MU
.......*. ..r.... Plut CItY' 05?. 045-5305 I 1-11 t
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i Ii ... ADVERTISINGRATES 14 Building Carpentering 53 -Htlp Wanted Finish 54 Help Wanted Malt 62 Bvsineis Oppertwnltlei

: THE CITRUS I Slates Program 'nooriNO WIMDOWg. aluminaaijiding. .TTIIAt'TI'l LADY II .. mt.apparol WANTED, AUATIUR or erofea.ilenal CHOICE .gOrINEsS Mel Rudr aol IneoaMpropertlea LULL.Realtor .

aorehea, .....Ire. alter*- basIn's' wItS Roal sIlk talent. Ala will orianlaeitnng
.H Pi TTPOMinimum :..... M ....Uu i* par B-l Ion. Oleku. sales eip.rlenoe 11.1... bead for radii and outdoor . IMt
U Worde Contracting Compaar Insured fid but not required' Opportunltr adeorllatni solid Kohl,,. ..O 4-4107 _
Tomorrow Night I Phone MU 1-I mi. A. ....., for advancement wlthla Mdarn. through November Per audit loa.
CIRCUITBy t Minimum Charge-SI.OS man. MV a-aoia. p ".L Writ Denote Clemooa, P.O.Joo contastItet rroacott .8 .VU1A8 WANTED TO BUY
ii Ln.0 Worm Dart Dart Dart Dare JJIT. Tampa I. norldaTYPUT I .
"Wild Flowers of Florida's I8TrlT MANAOtH Will train

I State Parks" will be the topic I-ID II t 08 13 i 40 13 H r *OP.9O. 21 to.niigROOPINO AOE, II I* II abort. ,.lung ..... kink ethool gradual. Polk County
14.20 iSO :3 10 ins II heed ar eoulvaloat Call 1S2.111U nllllarr oollgalloaa satIsfIed
DAVE PRATT for a program by Miss Carol illi lit 4 on 130 19 Iii DEPENDABLI ..... for appointmentCONatJLTANTf, Oood .bar....'. well groomed Liquor license.
I 14-30 ItO 440 ISO 140CLA8R1PIED Call after 'JO a.at. at Lakeland:
Ledger Staff Writer Beck at 8 o'clock tomorrow BPACB RATES rn.eeSlp. Bear parmoata Me- ) TO Mil Lualer Drive-la TheaterRIgTAURANT Write Box M-271
.. ainaea, Lumber Companr.W SOC CoemiUci We traIOa.d fural.nU. .
I night at the Civic Center Thea 331 per column leeS Mala MU .-"u. Writ* Lualer, Bog 200*. Or. MAM fait shun Lakeland LeJger.

CLABSIflED DISPLAY RATS .iiTypis .indeRKCIPTION1AT. I order eaperleare. tome managlag -
Fair Turnout For Citrus ter.The 43 JO per eoluma loS realdontlal er tem- kaowlodt. for drive-In Hard
meeting Is co-iponsorec rne.ieI roofi repaired or replacedMcCor .
work loag houra. ateadr lob for INC. Excellent location
COO"act Retro Upon Requeel UonliBg and Bheel Metal and ahorthand TEXACO
with trplaf experience I

by the Lakeland Parks and Recreation ::: .II4 WoeS Olive. MO t-JIll to do leneral offlc work rIskS peraoa reference. required for ..... In Aoburndale area oaHlibwar
FROM THE NUMBER: OF PEOPLE who stoppedby WANT AD DEADLINE profoulonel Call MU S.I98. before 0 :TO a m. '2. Paid training available -
Department and the for t two naa of-
ALL TYPES roofing repaired erreplaced A. Riuhilmer,
Contact Jit
at the Florida Fresh Citrus Shippers Association'sstand lake. Region Audubon Society. :3e WOgD aDS Reoalra guaranteed. E. flee Five. der week5 ..m .>1.Till.
Box 434.
at the Florida Exhibit of the New York World's euBllcttlenDay o Daises XMoflng C*. .M3I i Writ PO giving alP. OPPORTUNITIESUNLIMITED lcaU
The lecture Is open to the pub- : D. Ii". -ueatIosandeOperinsr5. NEIO OPeRATOR for will
Fair for drink of Uonoar II 00 A U Saturday .. major oil company aerviclen *
on opening day Wednesday a
orange admission fee
at no
ruetdar 4 39 P M Monday 24 Platter Stvtc ... Email eapltal required.
: Juice, it looks as. though the entire enterprise will be A botanist and naturalist by '..,edn.Id... 4 30 F.M. TueedarPrldar $2 PER HOUR row U-OM4 or night. 118.133.

,. a very successful one training Miss Beck has been Thoroda. PLASTERINO PATCHINO. aew TOP TRAILCS PARK 14s44C1
i' ,, .30 P N. Wndne.doe celllnie. Altoratloai and addltlon QUALITY 3', acro.. lSrw 0Cm.. I trailnro.Neemeltn :
Bill Strickland, head ,f ,FCSA, says employed by the Florida State 4 30 P. M ,",urld.. ,... ..Uma.... ......... Jeff Tel- AU year round LONG DISTANCE n.I: i"' $29 000., WiOtSI 53dons.

Parks for a number of Saturday, IIM Noon Pride ion MU S-OP3S. To apply :3-5.175
they are going to keep track of how years. ns: TRUCK DRIVER 51a.o.
luadar 4 3D P.M. PrldarB
several lived
For she at
and used years AVAILABLE MAT lit: Now modirn -
many oranges cups are up DISPLAY .1Oat.d. BUSINESS SERVICE Write P. O. Box 1395 RIchfield ....... itatlon. Pot
Highland Hammock State Park Monday. 11.00 A txMrleac la fceav MUlpmeDlaoeeeaar
: at the stand and that should make for mlormatlon phono MTJ ."121.
r.a ,
and still makes her home in Tuesday, 1200 Stool Monday ;
II some very interesting statistics at the > or Three' tap flight refenncet r*. 10'IrtO' HOOBETRAaiR with CO.bina .
end of the Fair's first in October. Sebring Her position now includes Wndn$0da5. .. N. Monday Beauty Parlors Call 682-4137 quiredRegular. carport and. utility r....
year TIIurld a, one aero l I.n. Eliht r.nl.1.rall-
visits to all the state
The juice was truly delicious It 00 P. M TwadarPrloar CLARA'S SEAUTY saloa, s.mpl.t.beoty Lakeland Chicago runt. or. Call PllBt Cut,. IM.ilM.
: parks in, Florida. p 00 P M. WedneadarSaturdar oorrlco. hair I itrllai. hair 1 Home time ktwa trip.
was really fresh stuff, squeezed on the I' Her talk will be Illustratedwith II'00 Noon Thuradar eolorlBf. permanenM Oak .,..au.In txcelleat aar echedul for the I quallfr SAPS DRIVERS for 1I0.ooo1130.000-'S,000 IsO 9S to .t mar

spot from the finest Florida oranges by Ii!: ., color slides of native wildflowers Sunday 5 00 P M ThuradarTho :9-0070 KaiHIeen.. Clara Oarland, MU lihl tnaa.P.r"a"a'. LitbllltF' Iniuranro for a. low M.
Ledier will not bo repon A WOMAN'S BUSINESS erriDlorinent with ga I I.atabltelisd .28 1 ,.ar. BII.IJ Piblsrs for S.etdsflia -
an ingenious new automatic machine,;:."N"'f'ture. she has taken through.out lblo lor more tAle one REPAIR ON all make lawnauwand Urn. without Iniuraaco. Senior

and cooled to the right Incorrect. Inierttoa ,.rc small ..lIa... Pree eettmate NIcer ...... Slat with oair
tempera- the state, She will be introduced Equipment Mack
.. tab over
oa repair OaSIs Ante Built for won> br voWel. with .... pi... Manor Smith .....,.
Comparedto it, frozen orange'con- PRATT by Mrs Olive Hendrlck THE LAKELAND LEDGER 'Eleelrta. 201 SOrtS Piorld ..... iclmltrt Bon competitive wme.'s 40 with ft wlta lil-ciio'Tandem Trallrooblle trail. .h.... 413 Sooth nortda ATCBUO phone
Qct Chaos IfO t-Ml product and aervico It rou ha.. e..1191.
centrate, as fine as it can be, takes a son of Winter Haven. TELEPHONE 'np.rirncs rocrilitunS' and Itemlog ''D.

poor second place as far as flavor is concerned. Other activities during the MU 6-1151 37 Mattress ...n".tlll'I ,reset women plan (Mllln or party. you or appoint mar b. CONTACTCARROLL "ul.d.OPERATING HOUM OABAOE and othir I build..11.

The new juice extractor and dispenser, made by month include a field excursionon .,elected foe a reeponaibl poilUon SMITH toss witS tnreo or tlvo acraiJuit .
aft RKhwtr tl on Duff
the Sanimatic Corp. of which we have reported on Saturday to Saddle Creek TTIlEaS RENOVATINO 1- Exceptional Income even Lakeland MU 8-3462 lIo.d. KnifbU Oaraio MTJ ..
rhllt tr lnln
Wildlife Membersare dar ....las. Ace MattroM C: .- > on boomS lubaldrilu ,
before, should revolutionize the hotel and restaurant Sanctuary. ANNOUNCEMENTS pea. Phono MO I-U41. tnceativea. For a... aelnt 5007
I, slated to meet at 6 a.m. at ..> .d inurrlow, phone eol.I. WOULD CONSIDER partnir f oramiul
business. All! too few of them at present-because of loll, MO J-0814 FIRST CLAM trUck and tractormediaolc wltat
retail moat more
the entrance of the refuge onOld ZCard of Thanksw. 49 Wells Pumps full time. good salary.
II problems of to volume business Call Halnea Citr HA I 38S1 m.. bol Ilituno 2690 New
catering a coupled alter r
Auburndale Road east of .. Tampa Hllb...,. MUOMT after

with the slowness of squeezing oranges by hand-are i.akeland. The trip Is under the IZ LIT MONTOOMXRT: Ward drill :!:' fur. cAM 00 dali 0u!:Pleonant 0.5 3 3t. g mWANTIDl EXPER1RNCID!: : Dalnt T'3O Pin betoel I 311 rnorriass.IMALL .

: able to offer fresh orange juice to their customers. direction of Chester Shaffer of mId to thank each on* fur 0 soresIla ad Inalall. rour water 9-11 ;for 10lorm.Uon. 5- and lcd? nan Applr Civil err- lNVIIITNINT .porlu-
ayWS. Op I* 3 monti* t* oar
01 hl.h"t
heir kind words and deeds dur oicontfiep. tIleHall.GRANTS_ rIle. one tha nteSO-
: This should be the solution, when production steps Winter Haven who will be as- Ina .he Ion of our Mother sod Phone MU I-I10J seed Nlur' aallabl. 0.-lee.. OSrIsk.

the which is slated (ndmother. Mv,. Vials P. R.n.Iro. 54 Help Wanted MaU I Write ..0. Boo 1334, Mao.iaud. .
up on prototype, comparatively expen. by George Morel Dwight .. NEEDS .
Blanchard and Clarence EMPLOYMENT
sive now. Berg- M.. W. D .I.r 'amll TERMITE AND Post control ealee.giperlee.ee TAVeRN FOR .aI. Ownora loon.is. .
: quist. ; Jamb L. Rnr.feon maa. helpful IIru... i HIGH CALIBER "' .a. Call "U S"II4.

LIGAL ovaRTgsIMtN'INotice : 52 Help WanftdYRIZNDSY. TormlDI. Ml Mow Auburadale HAVE PROSPECTIVE: u.r for
OTHER GLIMPSES: of Florida citrus caught ona iwarINSURANCE. I SALESMAN a.U' barber ahop Call Norman
: OF :
CHCRIFFS SALE Xml Mel Hud. Realtor, Phono
Florida press trip to the World's Fair and certain lender and by virtue of an oxeutlon 4 Lost and Found RE8PONSIBLC peraoBor WOO ptr WMk WORK Wo Starting have per Im.ledlat I ano-4107
(milled nut of anil under thepeal pleaiaat work In Dalrr QueeExperience For its appliance-TV department.
opentnie In
other locations this week: Lakeland forIwo. ro.pio 0 norlus-
of the Circuit court of Polk t.osrste Plant Citr male Ion.h.lr.d . not neceiiarr, CaU MU married moo ........a a... Guaranteed salary MIr-I ascrlllrs tom beelotleC
: Julie London sipping what looked like orange 'County Htato of Hnrl.la, under Daohihund two r.ar. oldbIteR a 7203 14 and 40. Na experience "ramrod. m.ali .u..eli. .1111 ...
ditto or Janiary II, Uij3. wherein : and tan Red collar, no tan.need 4. ... biro a ......1.10 trolnlni, plus commission. Com
her of
the Box the Americana
Juice during act at Royal Walter W. Manlry U plaintiff and ,.Iear.. 0oerousn.ward pro nm far new tun Contact pany benefits. Sales experience i T.:3r.aiEEi: : :

Tuesday night. And then posing with an orange ,eror Roberta and ao.lf'i Suilrloborta foe return 793.363, Ana Relhir Mr. Boteman 104 Lakelandmill helpful but not 2-91.
la 1 hayS ford Kuhni MotelPersonal AM Blvd Daily till o .. m necessary
for pix during a cocktail party put on by Florida uled upon and will offer for pale UJen We will train. Must 51,5 WILL d reieanio TRAP r.oln with..rood. I.undn hual-

Citrus Commission later that evening. She drew the Sn it cell to tho hlghent and bent 5 Notices I have car. Interviews 10am ..... I.r In..om. .ro..rl, ., 010'"
ddfV for ranh. at the front doer ._ prle.t.lteth.Ot000 bUll.n.
line at grapefruit, however . of tho Court Ii,,,.. at Barlowollt \I City EmploymentMALE METALLURGICALMINING s 4 p.m., Monday,, eOO r"ulr.. lull ii",. Idral
County Pinrltl 11111' SELL lund toola: rune and I' toe mountS .0u.I. Wrlll Boa
on tho 12th
The canned screwdrivers-manufactured by a Jay of May, 19K4. the acme being portlnc coodi. Dial MO I-43M April 27. M-294. L..land Led..r.it .

I Florida firm-and served during a pre-opening press 'I legal aalra clay, at 1:10 p.m fur entlmato Culberann Hardware I ENGINEER A I S a ..ONlY be 501005sunwbells.
tour of the Florida exhibit. However they also .lIIe'h In between ho I legal ealima LOIS BLIP Cover Shop. lot : Apply In person train Ror pno.'orn.Bmlth Co peaollt1o., ass Park lie.
nf eleven o H served Bloody and that's I.. nilnfk P.M. PSrl.O. Refrigerated Permanent volition for graduatemutter W. T. GRANT CO.
Mary's not citrus . of nalrt diy tlw CI bed.preada, allp .o..ra"Au..I.n to work .. ohlli .
iup rtlior
followlti drarrlbed property uf tie curtama. maui ..or.nl. Carpenter. Parts man. Mgr. Grove Park
Ir Florida orange juice served in the lobby of the ,pfendant. Leroy ICuliprt an,I ..., rode and installation. Run-: trainee. Accountant. Upholsterer pit and with phoiphate Central. ntnlni Plorlda'o seas. BAHAMAS

JI'' City Squire in the wee hours of the morning before wife Hunt, Robert, to aatlxfr dr.ds of eamplea to choose from I Lab. 1 to S reare experience opera.u.n. Must lacrlllc nr 12' 000 nhars.Club .
aid execution and Cotta to..Il' CHRISTIAN NUR5INO tech. profirrod However will consider Houao b...... T0t.. acre. toslis
the newsmen went to see the New York fruit and I m rnntlno 4-dmr i-dHn, Den Special attention .1..hom11i Structural draftsman. recent graduate Good ,ppnrtsoutp Mechanical Engineer beach lo 000 quIrk deal.

vegetable auction market . 1161 tat #:.\V'I46D', IL> *15)A- he needa of each par'lent. to, advancement .iMllnt
11671. 1C a45'ons.inventory a-1213 Mechanics Well drillers. emploro .benefit plan SernSt.o. Chemical plant located adjacent: P.O.Box53Kendall
At the market, the crates and crates of Florida Ixturoa I a and iiWt.ty'e : Engineer layout man. Bar- m. to ttio Induitrlel Relation* to Tampa offer a o400Jl.nslnloinortsnity
equipment of I.. Kilierta CC FLOWER aad Hobbr for a gradual* Me. FloridaAMBITIOUS
roy Department American CranamldCompanr
most of which seemed ,
from the Indian
citrus River Shop
3340 SoulS Florida Cook.
Com.ete tender. Dishwasher.
chanl.al I Eniineer
Hulldlng, connletlna of tahleii, : .,...Ior Plant Brad with a mini
:: area. And, in a crowded auction room where the chain, refrigerator and deep fram..lino. malarial of milliner. euppllnU8TOM :1 Station attendants. I.,. Florida. dating .... .dueatins mUm of five fill reari .....'.
':' freeie, 10 5 ratter.. 10 brda. Itihalr experience' and atartlng ..al.ar I" chemical plant. Prefer
Florida delegation caused a ruckus and while Florida >, email tool. Inventory MADE "r..... bed- deoired All renllea bold I. tional practical background.n..1

Citrus Queen Nancy Collins was being introduced to may bo Innpected at the Polklountv = ..".idi and alien onert. Fees ..- FEMALE: infldenc*. itructural and electrical, .
", rihrrlffal Office, Bar- 11m.tei In rour homo aa.. term. Proof Lab tech. leering. Experience la nltrle arid
the busy.busy produce buyers, a loudmouth from tow r lorlda Call Mri Sums. 8111-S981. operator ".It EQUAL OPPORTUNITY red ammonlnm nitrite manufac.urlng ..

across the looking in and yelling "California cit The raat 90 feet of fx>t A. .... TRACING sTAMPS .IIanl.d or General office Secretary.i EUPLOTERTHERI planta I la also deilrabl
way ni.uk I. OAK PARK HI:B.imHION Os-who. Altman 901 ZeuS I.lm. Insurance clerk. Bookkeeper. : Balarr commeniurat. with ability Lakeland man will bo eetabllihrdIn
rus for sale over here! . Win tor Haven b83.88U All replica will be acknowledged I profitable builnete lor hlmwlflerie
PBX Execu. 'i ONE la Polk Coun.tr and handled la atrlct confidence be manor arturnr eecio
operator. naa :
Florida jo.od.
according to tho pl.tther.of
The uncannily intelligent at the Florida Send complet .jitmrnt needed withomo
porpoises ensuRe and aalarycoulromeata
recorded In Plat :Rook : 7 Transportation'AV1NO live secretary. Hostess need who has to Have an practical bualnow abllltr.
Porpoise Stadium ending their act by flipping out I. 1'.,. 101 Public Hocorda of Income la ...... ol "Juit a UInt" ,. toPeraonnel: Year round .. ..".
II Polk Ooiinty, Florid P.nn.lvena, Waitresses Cocktail waitresses Ho li a man about 35married ManagerP bu.n., .. with.llIm.I'HI.II! ..lbU.IU. .
oranges at the audience. They do it with a very MONROE BRANNF.Ni'heriff about Man Silo Pole WIlt stars dci-" and a reapecUd cltlaea tothIs . O Box 21M1' .. 10 ,. Intor-
I. .
brisk snap of their heads and the projectiles scattered : FAIU.of Polk W County 8INC1A1RU. FloridaBy In. and. enpen.es.CV 3-0055.Refsene.o no.haosed. community wit hadnsie.. Boa neat 10 bo appearing I.bu.lnnl In Tampa 1, Piorlda i, d''Sn"tt' 801 P-354. Lakslaod.

with moxie behind them. for klmeelf a nan freeto
everywhere surprising
Chief Civil
MANY MANY MORE earn all tho rewarde that hardwork
Miss Collins almost got smashed in her very pretty li.)4I BUILDING TRADES tea produce. Ti'. man werant 56 Soleimti

face by one of them. They for this NOTICI OF SHERIFF': SALE Rm. 208 hai some batlo aelllng 65 Mortgages
were oranges Under and by virtue if an executlon .BOBB Arcade Bldg. kiround arnie.Iderebl. pub-

first show of them all but later the porpoises will Indued nut of and undor the 14 Building, CorpenttrlngJNESTOPSERVICt lie contact experience' II ibis requirement SALESMAN WANTED for homedellverr BOY BOILD ..... refinance F.A
fits >ou. call Mr Rue Sl-eO Communion
enl of the Circuit Court of Lake ago
have to make do with plastic purchased by Mil M .ll.> lor an appointnoalWANTCO pIta benefit. .. and TA morWaoee. Plrel Mort-
oranges, County. Hlata' of Florida" under 53 Help Want1 FiniBleSECRETARY company hn llallaetlon. ; IMO Corp. Honda, lot .. Plor*
,) i N the Florida Citrus Commission for a surprising lot of .dnte of February J. 554, whereinU >- : SHARP counter m... b..lIb.. roue aolr, life Bordeaa. aeeUeol DaIry sad. Ma. ..., k7l 411)1F.HA.
II. Prlnnle le plnlntlff and A Oood epportuniir lor adTino-
money. M. Kennedy Verhnnlcul Contrao ) WAITRIMS WAWI'ID Ins II 10 I "'.01. Apply. McDonilda Ham. 44 Le. Wire PrU

The big orange on top of the Florida Citrus for. Inn, la defendant I have levnd tot 311 310 Wist N.rla' aoul..rd btiratrt. 7l. LasS Memorial Bird WE SEE three people for laleiwbe
upon and will offer for ante LIIMIIIIi"' .ork In PIIlk end Rl.hiaads Coua.I' .
Tower which will be seen by some 700 million people. and cell to the hlghent and bent FREE ESTIMATES bulldint lupolr laltMnan to workat have bad prevloui metperteare and CONVENTIONAL

>ldd.r for each, at tho front door : liuldt >al.. eouBUr. ..pI, la .. or accuetomed to meet.
of the Court lloueo at Barlow. == ...n... Imperial Lumber Corn.case. loa "' publlo. Will eonilder both
oik County,. Flotilla on the IDth Remodeilr.g Rih.sy 17 South, Rartow. m.n and. women. Bale. allowanceiliiloni .
lay of April 19M the earn* being Permanent PosItIon Bhorthand risrida, ", "' ....nu.... puldnnre. MORTGAGE
a legal 01.. Florida Rooms and accurate typing required 40 t I.n. hoipltaliaaUoa Iniuranc '
day. at 130
: ,
Heidi ....hlrIn between the 1"1.1 p.m.axle Additions Repairs noun. and other emplor. benefit Perrvtewa. LOANS
plea call 1120131from
Capitol hours of eleven clock
and two orlotk P. M of paid duy, >- Storage Space H.,. 9 J-4 MIles ..... "
ho following deathbed. properukferhnnlial BIO MONEY IN YOUR OWN ro male. your .proper? ewler to
of the defeident A. N. K.nll.dy Roofing ENGINEER BUSINESS .II or poor dream homo ......
I Contractor, Inc, to '" RN AND LPNl Wanted Top Build tour big paring ho....t... 10 own take advantate ., ena
To Plan Tariff nanny laid execution and coat alarr. good working condltlani homo rout ._tedy In. j to-fet PHA loan
FightRepresentatives to-wlt BANK RATE FINANCING cod other benefit. Must be ofood LAROE PHOSPHATE Ml NINO com* for life .with ever 350 fl,. jbtam up to 17* ol :.utr.1
That part of Lola I and I of fa rharacier reliable and In AND PROCE8B1NO OPERATIONS ..1 eualltr COSMETICS AND of IJ3600 titan of oalue and up to to*
LOCATED IN CENTRAL FLORIDA NEEDS Beautiful tho til 000 with parment
ood health Contact Mri Kina HOME pack
Bio i | of fnrpeiitera rlmond
*ra> lodar
Addition to Bartow at recorded McGinnes Lumber Co at Woodmt Nuralni Home. oOl HAS A PERMANENT OPKN. 0501. fait telleri Guaranteed for :..rnl.t.3dd.ILCaU
. Mellon Are Auburndale, FlorIda INtO POR A GRADUATE INDU Start then celling advance uDutrlbutor 0
of Florida duties could lead eventually to In Plat Honk I at Page I, . pho" WO >.aJ81.DkPINDABLI TRIAL SNOINEER TRAINING Writ nor plane. ... f" lIneal loam wllh up U '755
ncord of Polk County, Horl- aepeal.rdvaiuo' parment
citrus organizations met Fridayat the destruction of the two billion PERIOD WILL HKOUIHB MAN perlenc Old 17 Company, OeptTampa terms ol 91 y.ara'POLK
da, lying east of the Atlantln I 600 West Main MU 8.3141 WHITE woman to TO WORK IN DRYINO el SHIP. Pie 33005.SALESMEN.
. IN. ___ _
dollar Florida citrus indus. Con.t Une Railroad. LEss 7 urohiidero la m. born.. PING DEPARTMENT AS A BHIPT
with the Florida Con
noon try." ANO \CEPT: : Beginning at G) 111M htonohnopinn. Call Mu FOREMAN POll APPROXIMATELY COUNTY

gressional delegation to discuss a point on the North lino of \.t911 12 TO li MONTHS AND
I The members of the Congressional acId Lot S 11.1. feet .....t of THEN MOVI TO THI INDUS-

steps to be taken to retain the delegation assured the the nurtheaat corner thereof; = 'TRIAL aNOIIIIElUNO DII.AIIT. MORTGAGE CO.HORTICULTURE
them austin 1700 feet, Sienna MONT OR TO A SUITABLE I you .
Existing tariff protection on cit- citrus men of 100 per cent cooperation Welt to tho Atlantlo Coant PRODUCTION OPENING WILL ,:frJtIIftlI: to 315 N Maso ,...

o'' ?us fruits and products. and support Their I,Ino Railroad trenc north. l- BUSINESS CONSIDER RECENT <::gllr:1 IlU 5-7173
", westerly along acid Atlantlo SERVICEDIRECTORY Of AN ENalNEER Hero u what our Oppsrtuoitydo.
The which held
meeting, was attitude was described by Rut- Coa.t Lion Railroad l. $0 feet HAD SOME EXPERIENCE IK .. f.r Pass.OMMIC000TS.

In the capital building In Wash.I ledge as "enthusiastic and co to the north lIne of paid Lot I, THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY : kAIINfllnll nON *

I I Jngton, was a result of a joint operative" thence .eaat to the point of boginning SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH .400 TO 1110O A MasTS
P, request by Florida Citrus Mutual In addition to Rutledge, the 1 Annie Grinder, 1 Bench EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCEEXCELLENT 71 Fertiliser, Feed, Sell
,. and the Florida Citrus Com citrus people attending the Grinder, 1 Black & Decker POll ADVANCEMENT APPLY IN IXP'INIIS.PII. .

f fission. The request in the luncheon meeting included Jigsaw PC,ruble 1 Grinder Table flaw 1 Eleclrlo 1 Thor WRITING STAT1NO EDUCATION AOE AND EXPERIENCE BACKED Pt V4 MIT- OROOND IOn mine PEAT Located sunS JJOO Peal a Maiat and

form of a Joint resolution, had Homer Hooks, general manager Heat lion T Eight-Inch .BAD FOI YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE SALARY REQUIREMENTS TO LION PROORAM.ENTPPSATIONAL DOLLAR. AUVIRTliINO Pal O'Neal' MO 3-4S1I

i teen presented to Sen Spessard of the Florida Citrus Commis Power tla..a. 1 Wart Inch INDUSTRIAL. RELATIONS Dl.PARTMINT. CLEAN PHOSPHATE land forlava.
Saw 4 Kabco Nutrunnera AMIIIICAIf: CYA. ....
i eand and dimS tam MUE .
it t. Holland of Bartow on March sion. Warren Savant, executive I B D 1IIIIt.runn.r. WHEN YOU NEED ITI NAMID COronANY. SOIWSIERPLANT. iN' ITS FIELD. Dane. MO SOOT
In Orlando. S 3/1" BAD Heavy Duty G) BIIADLEY FLORIDA
"' 17 I vice president of the Florida Drill Aii-IQUAL OPPORTUNITY SM.PLOTIR. For appointment and con. 56'uoo PEAT S3 cubic cord at

(. Today, Sen. Holland headed I Canners Association; Tom Me- MONROF RRANNFV: vtt Appliances Plumbing Supplies fidential interview, call Mr. ...... easel I Peat Companr 4311

She delegation which heard the Clane, executive vice president Sheriff' of Polk County, PUH PHOMPT en paeo.n ..I"..!KThhleiRR'IS Do-It 1I0u...., Coddmgton at MU 68552 Lakeland mile Bled ean-OM
I- lorldaWy .
.citrus tariff retention case. I of the Florida Farm Bureau KAIU. W. KINCIAIRE ::::3 ratora. .....h'call'''' machines Thriftr Cue andppllaaeee lumblni Free Information and Eleetrleal Suppliee Please call Monday be- I..D RICH und CLEAN Dci to.. Wan.511 \atnlol.fill .Irl
and d.llterrDOI
| Robert W Rutledge Florida Federation of Gainesville;. Art II.'q TNOTICI Chief Civil Deputy 5enleS Deo."m.ot .IR.OIIa I rental pipe cvi and thread. tween 11:00 AM and 3:00( Tom Caldwell 1I..n4.

:Citrus Mutual executive vice Karst of the Florida Citrus Pro UNDER FICTITIOUs Appliances Serviced N.Co5.-o14 14 hour la.la.d lereico. tOoPrlntltij -..,.. P.M. and Tuesday through 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants

president made the point that duction Managers Association NAME: LAW Thursday between 900:

"any downward adjustment of'. and Rod Shaw TO WHOM IT MAY CONCFRV: : L.'CTPIC'APPLIANCES .er-l edrlrei A.M. and 5:00 P.M. HADE TRIE: ._I.la. Raia tree..
reaeonable Pro
attorney from eattmatelIt
,the current rates of import Notice I I. t-erely given that the Window air ,, loner entire'OR OIL our ._. Chaoo.o. elm Mimoea, Weepincllow
Tampa indHnltned to th. "He. ""n. n. areamore oar treea. oaii.
puiatiant CI) nod Iu.taiI.tion Call Steoh.asAi'ali .
html,. Sara ritatma," Section comas d *liKlri.l I I. Y'eroloe.gil call MTJ a 4404 Commercial Proaa F fORtH R map,,,. .u<8I,.."... doawood. Tie.
Law. 0 trent Ino Lelterhearla, llthoiraphlniRodlatwr Work Parkiaaonian' Roc Owen a 25.1.son .
Ibsen of r lorlda, will regie "'.""n. St Wanted ,. 4132 South Piorlda

(I."r urt with, In the and t lerk for of Polk the Count"IM'1I1l. = Auto SlOt C.nn I ServlcaRADIATOR Lo8'OOi OUT Alter-.."seapdraeo ; -

,I. Station Offers Florida. upon receipt of proof of TRACTOR WORK wanted ..... sfnt.I 00 00 per 500
UNO: $ aura Seat Co..... Com. ..'Y Ini and dieclna. New oouipmeat sf110. Se.? Iaot.:'lllS tact :
the publlcallon of thin notice. the ::: TYPI 'ed'.'.lore.I.. tAmes.CAMSLLIAL
'litllloun' name. to-wlt: LAKE. Plet automotive Interiors ug eleontn,. "oln. rrbolldtnn [ BEST[ Quirk armies. Call for free seth AZALEAS roaeaT
I LAND Ot.lDUKN PAIVT Ch.NIhH rent Main Phone MO -8111 ''eddy's 11..1.. ........ MUPI5i .a.no. Prod L Powore MO S-otja oodocarBUa. palm btlol...... cclens .-
e man* *theri ,,,
under whkr w* are engaged ConcrtltLICkNMEU I JUNIOR WEST aU lawn er* : atm
In bUMlnea v'expect I 10 engage *. ShOCKS cleaned leo aodapra urn. home waihlniad .o'icd.i.t Oleander Anderma Nurcerr
Pest Outlook In buultime .t Silt South FlorIda CONCRETE couUMtat oa voaielc. Crelc-PIc ..u..... Repair .> Minima. .n.". MOl2.. 2.3'73 Street Phone
I ACeni,. In the CIty of Lakel.nd Del....*. flnora. itdewalkiip all trpe* Qenglera 1301 Oslaa.rnnr I MO S-17OO 7>4
>'lot'Id.. *. ..r..... aurbe palioe and Bou'h Florida ".2._' Creeceat Dn.. Lakeland. Piorlda 73 Feeds
That the partlea Intereiled In Scuds E. II Morrla, MiMilLaHeland BUYSIN LIGHT- CARPVI'TWiIO asS Fruits, Veo/fkles

LARRY K. (aald .bualnoaa e/ntoiprla. are aaolliiw IZ Radl. t TV IapalrFiRT5ADIjTVjIi paialin' W.rk by 305 or boor ..ncM' ....... ..1. .... _. "..k.'
By JACKSON Rust mite : MU J-JIOO -' -
groves and citrus ..
I Hvnald I'':. Jonea-H Interest tntn Alas attlp, 2nd i North
: Polk Aulstant County Agent red mite populations were near I Raymond C ronovel-Vi Intereat plua free mojatur prooflag. after WANT CARPENTERING work Mid FlorIda. sos-iou.
Dated at lakeland aiUrUAL rEoCS Comuai ,. UeLoweit e.upsn S U repaired. ,la our mod.hop painting aiavnr y reasonable --
normal Prlk Coun ITRINO
BARTOW-The Lake Alfred six spotted mite was 0'1.... ne down parmeotuaraaeeed 0Z0 at a fair price Reuse erk-el Its Job to* email 113.gJI* BEANS tiers plckinc' .
April S, 1954.c10ICI 1I.ao buihel.
:Citrus rather scarce, but Texas citrus I tl'Ilorld.! We Cost b* *ndr.eoM .. ,nu ir aet In and aae 10% or nailIkrnatd's CHHlsrUN MOTHER keep. chtl.drea container. Scale.row. pick MU and 30447ITRINO brink.
Experiment Station Lakelaad Induetrr TD t Radio and TV. MO
i now
la her home
mites were rather plentiful, OF IIUSlFF': $ SALE 4I5 tree ...llmelefgraltur 3-1.10. 411 Lenafellew. ant to large Fenced Peed. BEANS 41M bulhel
t >as available an Insect outlook Whitefly populations remained Under and blvlr u. of .11 .... .1or's Mower SloeScrsn Phone plarroora CH-49B3 Reasonable rate Tel pick R C. BoutwelL ."1..
ruUon Ia.u.d nut of and under Soil Road MO 4-1147.
'jwhlch gives expected levels of very high throughout the periodwith I the peal of the Claim' Court of BolrtfccHkENS PAINTING SPECUL price en
'))est population for the next Polk B T aT -nSralfurnltureiM'lceeMather wood trim also eemeni block
34 of County State of Florida under Io 76
per cent having UndscipkajHAJIDY
groves data of November f. 1913, a "'rail.... Phone **1 kEPAlREO. iBeect wire REAL ESTATE Work guaranteed. M3-J41I: adler
.three months. Of
I course, moderate to heavy Infestations herein Howard C. Steprena d/b/a cost armenIan replaced la wood or pmPA1NTINO. '
> metal Irene. pick ....
:previews are based on the delivery SOD CO.
as- Siphon Concrete la
Simanton also reported I plaintiff and l. UO.5m AND rarpeater work
i sumption of seasonal weather high levels of H. M. .* Margaret Pearcy .la d.. wnmow r Repairs | Free ..11m..... Sauifactloa IU... Bealtae. Lawn Oraeeoa
chaff scale clover- f.nd.nt. I have levied sees and >- ,.AWNMOWElTHEPAlRIIia .e.. P lt snt.r4.cslI MO I-43M O'adies Plaotlnt
; SwImmtDf .. FREE
I for this period and cannot be scale, yellow scale: dlctyosper will oft.r-fo.u..li.f sell la the and tool iharpened Bur aid aelllowera. Read The YARD WORK ESTIMATES

|1 Viewed with the tame degree of mum scale, snow scale black hlgheet and beet bidder ;or CentS EJnier, no Lanier ICU POOLII Ch.8rIgD. rnnauondC I traWl hauling Also sod hedus lawe Iris.mis. "' ''.. tS N Oltp, MU 0.0091TPAC'TOR
at th. front door of tr. Coun 0.1140 a 1 a I e 4. .hte.lI. sODplt5.aIp.enl
:confidence as the monthly scale, aphids, and mealybug. Houaa at Jlnrlow. I'oik County "..... 'ilia ge's Mats Call MO 0-2130 WOIIK. "oel". ..I...
q 'Insect and Disease Summary"Released Below normal l"iot'ide. nn the tUh d.1April.. tftQ FeintIng I MU -.,... COMPANION TO lade, unemcumbend : : In.el.ltald diacmi, and (radint. s_
brown la
were .
soft red eeedint
,. Prea t* travel Writ 1 JSunaet aad
: by the Station. scale pyrilorm scale and FlorIda day 114,at th I span'30 pm being. which a I is legal belneen. isles ) tenor PAINTINO. (110"PICIAL'Aferaee...e....l..rlor' In.. POll Oeromr'N'Ciooueea r.. I' 1.501 _OSA-OSSO I.. ecu ClarS LEDGERCt.ASSFIED Phone Drive(4214 Lake Walea PIer.Ba. radtni 444-1714: 112.I4If.YOU'lL .

; This outlook can be of great red scale 'the legal sale hour of eleven 11211. FIrst rlue work Ouaran

Value to citrus growers in plan. The general forecast for 1J"'lnrk A. M and two clock ..... teed It.I.r....... Phono (S3.4.85P Uphol.terlmli LADY. WANTa .ork finn days a
I April P. M. of .aid day, the following all" 3 15.PAINTIBII.. noeS Close .U 5-5575.

jiing pest control operations. through June, assuming normal :deicrlhed .r.e'Orlli..of.4h* defendant W WAii i o.rD: ; .r LFHOUSTaRtNO/ i.... YOUNO MAN .''Ib1,... decreedeelroe
H. Peter y, lee slIp .09.,. asS drape tea.ouaOhio .
;Even though such reports may weather condition, looks like to satisfy said (locution and oat. ... work. Interior eiurlor work. Proeeatlmitee Pro Mttmate PIeS .* [ ._uella.omplorment. Haa eipertearo la cttrae..
-not always be precise due tot this: to-wlt: .. ..* "" 1 MIS reaaonablo. Mr Tirrnan price .13.t. end delivery Phone Mg-4440. go* ro" tare and f....... ..t...
On* 1M7 Lincoln, 4 door hard Holllnetworth RnadVtfi.tloH Write son "-2n. .
and other Led
:Climatic changes Rus: jnite-moderate through *
tor taprl. Serial #I7AtttliL

:variables, this report will give April, moving to high In June.Citrus 1V4 amount' lag of* ISII.M,' ., \ IO. lien In .. Picture Frames hinds er COLORED WOMAN .._.. boa_ AGREE[f fthat

'. .growers a good, reasonably aci red mite-normal In 19' UhlV. cabinet typ: ondtable PI C T O R E FRAMES Beautiful,1 IVIHnCAL AND kerleonlinufaetured work or keeptni children Pmdare

curate prediction, what they most groves with 30 per cent of : roffo tests: tree lamprlreatone : ct Ir.m..d readr made mouldlna Oalaea' Cuilom art chop and reftntehed Alee Reoalrew aawmobile Cleared vun ADS week. Call MU 4-W10

Radio: tahl lamp: I! in .a "' ... our chooSe'.. Ru.sen ..
In insect
can expect to encounter groves with Important Infestation 2110T Orleane Street MD 3-3304 blind Air Lit*. MO mi bIn. Monosraolsa the
ewlvel chahI: x 9' cotton os'S c. Ledger Want Ads
and mite problems. rug: throw ruga; living coon hrsdd.n, 'ci tesoa ilobi.. toll
MU 3-1 N47.
According to W. A. Simanton Texas citrus mite-Increase chair: couch; double .hrd. I ..... will orB your unused
twin bed: t d'.a..... n r*- IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS I
.entomologist at Lake Alfred, no expected until late June frlaneator. tIlt; aloetrlcstnvs. Dailv household items till

insects or mites were sufficient Six-spotted mite-will be or I"t..lon.." : .I".U Ouo.h..t.r:
... See the "Business Check 10ur
.lInldlnlna I.bl. with a CJJ BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Oppor. I Bom. now
:Sy abundant during the period of little importance. ood cnaliaVOMIOE. ,

:January through March to warS Black scale-build up expect. RnA}>ISE:>J tunities" ads In today's then call MU 6-1151 tot4aci
Mherlff of Jolk '"
,rant widespread control mea ed May through June. 'I..rlt.I count DIAL MU 6.1) 1 I-Ask For Classified paper for the best buys. a buyer'getting ad.

,lures although: sprays were applied Glover scale-probably will remain By liAllU,: W BIM-LVina MU 6UJLI I
ehi.C I Cliii Iet'jty
' to 24 cent of the high. ,
per .,a L. _ _
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12 Dancing, Musk 97 ArticFM For So.U-MIc. 103 furniture 1. Appllaac;I IU Avtomobtlis Fir Sal 129 Punished ApartaunttPVRNUUIEO 129 Faralsb AaartaiantiIll DO FurnIshed HautMTBJRBB RENTAL RNTAL

ruNo. IM TEACHER private Initntttioa.*u ico.psp.Pu. B...' .PPAPP... BSWINO machine,"like BEPRIQERATORII.: W A B B I IBeaton ., 181e 'IIoAI1Ch.: ....".. 1 4.0.. APABTMBNTB .1 H..I BEDROOMS. WllklniloMU 136 learns with Iswrs) 139 Unl.rn1iht4 Hisses

.1..... aad ........... MU4M**. 1144. anly OakhUL aaed sits top renal* work. air eondllloBere at*. All, I. .,.... 4odl_. 11IIO. 131 tit BouUi To.__ MaiablaMU Colt DIXIIND 1-0 o fo 10."Di Bcreeaed por hi.. Ala*

Mr. WIIIII,,,, 0'" MM Wood I. i i1'IOIITa make repaired. Prompt eiwerlaervk Blot P..ko.. I S-14M. Ill BOOTH tcrapenaieat available.Clean. BOARD WITH IvaokM t* ... HOUBB POR Isis> ar P051. l* aued

..... ..;. TRUTID .. '.,""104.' *. Boa at far KdvlnaMr tend laid and appHanee till IMPALA ....rto eo..... .hl... MOTEL APABTMENTB. BB* aol apartment I...Cle room M, each Two Excellent Illii I. *'1' *. TlTlHIj _.. BlBIBBBbl ,31 at Carter' coraar en Kali

210 Su3-wgo .. ....IS O. Horn .*..DIo.year. Ml* Pay TTAppllanoea wIth nd 111.rIor. 5O011I51 los41400. two PBBme. Uaen. yjtIIHIe .... with private bU.. sir 453-3303. LaoS O Strott .. Phono MU IOU.DNPURN1SHXO .

14 kh..ls MAPLB BEDROOM: lull, Bk_ 1)3 Ankurndal M Call ..3-i91i. ........ Dltl Motel 4SOO Hew UO.e. alps garage.OARAOB .D. THREE PVRNMHBD "0_ Tw. THRU bednammaaout

bed. eoffe. table aartmnt *... M1I 5.1170.VACUUM 1M1 COMIY ."00. Air Tampa ...".... I APARTMiitTs.! bedroomlhre* bedroom*_'l 138 UnfurablMd Apart koue*. (oXk Akio t*<

FLORIDA* LABOBST And mart ,'refrl...$*.rtoy....., -. .. Lass., haaeoeklll CLBAMR4) rebuilt 5*.' 11....... lIt,* .-. inrtl ..dl-I: TItan ROOMS .... *ult *eairal .: air*** talepkwae building. In.. br *. Good tocaUaa MU. 'bedroom.' bout. 4JO. Pnoai MUPIVK
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....... beauty ..haeI. LakeluiBiauty >** 94451 Call eondlllene ... nepatn part. .11 .dlll'D ...... Plies 11.PboD' MoatloB. Electrle: kltcnen. aU four room*. MS ,. around. 911 2..3111. 000 B T 12.
Oolle**, II* B MM or M* at 3334 Cut 2-6SOII.. itllltlt ..I.b.... LIO A.I ROOM Bouee.. lara MBB4
St. IMBIB. Oraiaflald .,,"\e. :J13I Cllvilani I Adult *nlrerklng. South T..._, CLEAN ONE bedrvom kouM *B Labl.d' flaeet for
Completely remodeled air eobdttloaed. ....bto .104. 5003Ws3.sioa2i45. 4-I3B7. MUST ICU. ., trtd*. 1100 rwxiupt < : .' 411101.PURMUHED twl Ian* shady lot. floor koiBltal.m. pie. Nol Unoola and "" ltdUVl In .rl Betweaa BUOCOM aol
ample parking WO 4411Men 1 30" ANOD1SED aluminum B.CHE. AP.ITWIT. Mi. Park Call til-
ilelit.u Bad IMf MV S-148 Iu
... r4. plod IMnllFMi OK unfurBlihed. pel- bath .1
C-pl. .
1 to- I iBaulra Paikatieet
iuel CosS.Irs. .... rm. 1111.
Lift CONPIT101i_f.Jttimrillfm ... p rannnod. SolO .n" soasnuosd 13t.. DOl bout run ood. (or Blc. ISIS batOn entrance. 417.00 I*' slut Bitra and BATON Piiiis twn bed- eleetrlo I a.
m.a ........ W. VmLm p.s.writ. '.. .Any reawnabl oiler aonutt ... Pro iBitallatlBB. AlwarLakalaad 1151 l Chevrolet V-., ulok. Br luu 0.. .50 moathhr. Naa1 Aparvdente. ,ito, MU 3-UJ4, Oeutb r.... Plorld room ..... A IUIN'"TIRI iround. door
50Mm.rs1sl Trsd.. ...."". 115.3515.W0UNoflous5. .. beet bur. IB aew or IIS-4I220 MU .-..... 5104.IDEAl.. t epl email .1114.500 .rl .klch'D." "I. dowatowntdulta Ill PLATIAU A,,.... F.. room*.
lulL an 1.281. Lab.ud) 1sdur. UPRIGHT free need TV. 1100. ... bUi tool wate. large 411week
TV I1JOAuburadaM CHnROloIr1' .
at Ml 4 Day 1m..I. .
.OD. PRIVATE ENTRANCE aoroaaedporch. POlO 82.
.. emplortd mao TREES AND flower ., S-4604.
.'netian blind SS4MOU. '. Kmd till 10 05.5.5 ., ..... 0 ell. M
OpraUHEAVY 1 OP B "' .ue PlO UvlBI _.. bedroomkltcnia woman, ,.
porch Mmatulau 005 BieatB. Baby. pits konepted.P AIR CONDITIONED. s0lo.repa.l
MU1PMVNTVeil .1..1.. *"- *""".. 115*. *.. MU 41114.E1UKT ,0.1b.. Call ,,,-oIl4J. Ocnvialeat .. Thn, r. TWO 0 bedroom
.I .1 condiuoned. C.rpol ned .561510.012-1014 mrnt new. eJeolrle kltohen IIU81&
new 11 jeer buildlnc pre- I PIBCC COstly mahotanydlnum rOH BALE clean IBM Plymouth' silo .... c*>u;l* ed Dlileland. 141-4344. I IREDERAe .r.A Adult*. no Mo yard work $. Slov and
grant nnclerwey NOW., Additional POa 141... _.'* lad women, toapA .11I... Call MU .. 6 door ....... N.. 'P' ...... .303 .1. aOUTHQATB AP.LAlw. dvlui 2 Cllsrbso. rbirtor luraJahed. 540 t
men Beaded W tram a* IllAvyLQurMNr mItcIlIss: null ola.... baa and eart 1414.LAROB. 5750 000. ........ fta4I so OMB bedroom,i homo .. _- loldI. MU 04333.TWO .
operator'' Complete. 3.5. oiler *_..... Like .... h.514.. $4 .... .111 .1Ab. C; .TRAOIVI'PURNIBHED .' p. co 11. f 11'100 dIn. CENTRAL AIR conditioning and BEDROOM JUT
training M ACTUAL EQUIPMENT SIlos bamlnet. bathlnel andplaypen. PORMICA toa Uni*. .4 MU H'IM anytlm" SundayU ad Plorlda apartment MU 401 down, .AduliA, "o. M"I I" '' healing. 14U3 Utlni.. rm two Montitello A... b.IhS. sod
padded akalra. abeet el drawer S.1 PII. 3-31. kitchen '-
.I Mat CHOICm Equipment 311 .rm.
HUlilde .
Drive.4TEHEO 0U)4MOIU.i .
J.tltr.-d LAROB: BUAOY yard bodV bus i line. $. a atoalb. bappolBtmeBt >
diaett ...... kaeebole doikWrkt til Park Bill .
rater ItS amas th OR com! turn titled .11" room
lop 2 .
,.. on .rllblB. Tw$ door, SkIll PUINlle room ReaMnakla t* Idslss. AlpsoffIclafloy Phone -
sAid Call
paid *klll. M soutrntUaB today. radke.phono. IroB lamp magailn hiih-powmd' TAU BitrB Lake Mortoa. Ill i I Button "3- 51
tot eotnplil* Information xadMM. *rph with four apeakera and ''ack adi w... Tvb _...*. watt. .ood condition. Q3-4341 .L. Morton Drive raoa MU REDUCED TO $30 .. eottat Ilia WntONE O sJlt3.BODTHSIDB. TWOIIOI00050 b_ So. oust.

addnu, tttopnaa 10111111... Vood 01' .oalba" $1115. IOU auehUM elettri baauciricket ipicw. ; 01. ;0402.sro._ ..,. MU8611..
hwin at horn* la. BumrM Ph.n. WU "' '123. aaalr alllity tabM, lamp. ttoly. '0$ VoIb.owsorrt MOIST -t.! :: 45*t 33&NICB Clean YEAR AROUNDall BEDROOM .tottM. (Alt bedroom, II. AP.ItT81. O..I 3 Bedroom C bam. ..

Val.... Baulpmint Operator CQU3HKO II- RCA .....101.... dune. ..1_ _.no. pillow ..2.131&. 1:1100. .LVIISOOO.M2 LATION.aloMt 0.a tlMtrlo BNloloB._.* Clots Dran* ol Ole Mid. 141moaUt. AU Ills "'I.. 111.. all Lai.. 11100Bodroom . .e..a
.. kraad .., W....!*. 144 Wat PattarioB. pl.u.L L. MU .
School. 059. M ueod. double VOLXWAOPIN 5.50,510? .. Valor furnlthed C Btot OB >Bit -.nrlTattbaili .rolbo room* I. eteclrl 11100.5.rlsa. I I 11.1 aoreened parch
JJ A w..Ia,., Union Bid*. .......... DUUUr trailor auket.ipar RE1>RIOERATOR. LAROB Bolo 115W 000dltlon. ltazosl. 503.107 Ullt... Caanoa.SMALL and ..It._ .1. Mrtoa ..1. .._57 1. 4H-B334. ,raat o> aiay enl

Tampa, Plorld.eo..Iore tin MU 2-130. 3311 taIls pout ..*.... Waahm ........*. 321 or couplo sot,. LAKB DKBDON. aMtaotlvelp. fur. TWO BRDROOM aew brick du- Late m 0.
: Information about 515.011 'J'I.IQ Uaubl tad and lurlnga.matchln 117 Antom.Mlu Winttrf ..OUI Bpartmant.larga auhed ,,kedrm bootS. *.1.. tobut.> air .conditioned block tooollegt. 3 Brtroora leers Ward, .

BUT tralaod Bperator. BPOB r*. ThIRTY M lalkiB iteej opea top dreaieT.Ua. 48*- l 4ONS -olIlto. 114 .1 POlls Walkeror ..W..1.minI .. 'll.. .1.1.|i$. Ken Harm, Realtor l 81 oo,
uwt.. Puily Meradltod member drum.. AUo I caUon eardkotrdiurk COMPLETE bedroom. lulla, Lo. 1'10 .81.J3 Clark .. .03. phon M-J1B1, 1 Bptlrol d..Ward. rant
.f Th. Ana. of Home BUidyBchool 'NTED n.UN st4. Os 'IIMod.1. OARAQB APARTMENT. Purroom
*. M and iBadt. Call MU hIlt land. Ch*.1 al drawer, COil WU 53551.A1 BCAUTirUL vPTR BBB Bid- WANTED: PERMANENT ten**!*. 3 100.. FlorIda room rant A
2-a8841. doubl .... MU 4VI4BB.HBKZER Cmorlbl.OD..tlr room 131 lint Mlictllantaui Two "dr.
.11. duplex BB Sooth tlUOO.
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UTS.; : CIVIL SERVICE O. REFRIGERATOR aulomall TWIH BlED .. II_ los 50510,5.. Indsr CAIIH..7 lot.0401.Iu" trod" orII o.10.$10.05. po"" '* lot Lea.COTTAUB AUK ,..107 ..110. Drlra, ar' fo New York.r Everytblns: .1.. By r.rl.I.'d'MI 1ta1"
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TESTS! ITS Ills call IIalor, .00Do WUaoo& WU 3-9104. o..n. 111. N..Molal
..... lot ........,...... nar door. ,. POUR room, PMrld 3 3B. OU.Ut. I TWO BEDROOM trailer prlTalek C0TTAOib'P'2C2ENCY. ., 117 BB4-4I07 any time_
Mm Women IS-S.. aurt hlib IIU-6OM. ASH IN B (iMh room. all aleotri? air I. Purniined 3 .rl he... OB I plnn.
car pickup ,
01 110300 *.... Preparatory UPRIOUT ft IS*. 'ti .. or oil 411H .111.ad. E.FIC1INCY. IITILUu"rDlo. Phoo. MU .4831.HAILEH two perioB. .0 monthly 1111aoodreey TWO 51050050. Blt aeiohbor.
or slds _
training uUl .-...... Thou. ON& COMPLK.B .et. Una. tube All condltlonir, S .... Ill Rerlgeratur. Bill Howard call 00-3505. WIll .t?" .t .Iol. .4. N. ,.1.. W.lld. C.l __ _., A f .. Tnm_.. ''h_. pauo. la/a ,..". O Lake

minds pf Ny..*.. Eiprlviually <..... and BElt rr.mhlng: to 10 vnduailer. . rotp Ireeaer 54*. 3-230. __ __ lour DNDSH and larn.sb.. 455.4333.er t siMilDUPLEX _ _. '.Parker 44>ieiO. lit LakeParker.
ID._'''. PREE Information , $BOB-ie .-..!, urea. u>" I 440$' VANTID: OLD junk son or too GROUND PLOON attractivenarunent .1. o1IltI. VUlt. : .
on *>be. aalarie. requirement ubber. All for Itt. Ml-1457 Br PIJRI4ITURL 11t 50.1 5.odItlon.CslI recki, for cash Prompt Pick up. free laundry taoillt14s.rlo,0at15n. 'a'Dlo. UORM i1.iwoou Riwly
*. Writs TODAY living Bama.eddma 1 18"11'31. NU 3-OilSfor&ppa-nllnost. CaU_ Black-a. H3M1.. Grew Trailer Citylerlow 701 E. LIME SOUTHSIDE derorated WIth eloatrl BOUto. BBdrefrliwatei.

md Mun Lincoln Bert.to COAL. AND wood .10.... 5. twt -SAV wS PAY *)' up Junk cart.trvckii. RI.h.? ... Eaton Park.APARTMENTS 133 MobIle H.m. APARTMENT 44S .10.

*. mom ...|... Ltkeland ledger.1 TVs III Bad <2; DOW .1_ Pro. PICA OP TwrIk.... : Ill.10I Extra Irs.. ,.. room\' MU 4-04M ttvB"oJ : f
trio kedtt eutter, $*>; .w.... .. 25 to 50( % Iron ...Ial. Uo. 3-Jin. ISM and (II Per 180. LtBht bath. .im wparat . CLEAN MODSRN fvrBUhed BBIU*. OMB Of los soul two bedroompartmni After 4 30 4H9-OOO9.
court! tot MS. new (."UI.., OP wter and ... furnUhed. Childrenwelcexne. Blotli lurnUhad wIth a> In kcUnl location.
LIVESTOCK WILL PAY 0510 r., tI.. car orMills. 0.. traltar*. lottagat. Oood living son.dlUon. aa TWO[ OH thrteWdroum boa**
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till larft nattrett and ttvtii tarut, .
11 5. old.,. N1I 4-4404. aleepmr room f.ol..d. .. CUllUat rurnlnhed. But. OAK n1 air eondl- tnt, reaiBBabl 101. tehool
.print. tit aman mattrew, 53.tap BA1COCK'SRIBuilt 414 Bait 0. MUHIT IAS B nanth Kl ..... 514-015 ". 113-3111. .llh. H. 10.... Phone MU .
ft D. Cf.fi Nt hea.1' BpnaB-a, *Ui T Inch Room :with T. R. Tucker. Reeltorat .kl. lin" 1-4J34. NU.I
| Living POUR ROOMS and bata. Earn 1 )
.. bedroom
power aaw. tit. A. C. Sprinter, CASH FOR YOUR CAR BB-TU1 0. .11I.512-7005. mICa TWO 1.11. II.hl.
American furniture. Adult .
Kathleta Road _... from OrU. Furniture a..I. water turnlihed. t
Brmra POODU ISO.... PTOeUlBDll fIn ........ Pendarvla Chtrralit mm* pool. 14* Bovtb Sueceee.EXCEPTIOMALLV ttt BTBUabla Bui u. .MOI 9134 CtyrTAN i i reoral Si
1-1.4,1_ win .
OAR'OI APARTMINT. tU MorlBBUlla bathi, } bedroom bullt-la 5004.
( _11II. '.cIa. MB.plea. FlorIda 139 UnfurnlihidOS 1154515
t>$. Katnleoa ....... Sop I DIAMOND wedding ring. on. llring roooi tulUe SI, yeur Ill It itt IMB : : N 1 0 1o.w 55055. lisP rooBia bBta.aru IR..IOI. aad *.... Cill beat Boatk.94M .
4A1-4B44. Mom.. .U.3d3S.RIU1TIRW W .total welchl (400 eeh Priced a* tow. a* apartment Air .cl.U 4mlr.d. .. .. plut two room nftiolsrplpIr40sst. MODERN TWO bedroom on prl. e..1
m .. Club., 5 CAR PAYMENTSTOO Telephone a..u4 Botn farauhed. doss Ills lot beautiful laSs slow. 5.0015510 TWO bdroo. .\. Q'tA. . S _
CHWTJAHUAS, two 005.5.t?. $89.93 and up. Bait Charlie ,_1 10 town, Mont omtrf Wards sodMar.tuSn Mid. ns Mt. Call MU '.42. lIar ..... aho bedroom FlorIda room, I*

monthi and aider to* aal* Btudeervlce 1001.0. RCPRIOERATOR. For BBoctBtBlar BartatlIB ATR CONDITIONED efficiencyprhriU . Ma .b.I..D. SI I.500th Sos SwIll I 1..1biTnD ..."'.. BuUt-IB rtiw Bad *
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swill bealt .
milo 51005. dlBlni ault*. Uu> IUOd iBTBltUTBVISIT HGH! ? plus. Bear RutahlnioB'i Rt. *._ U. Ma.lla Horn Lets
MTJ .-13S.DALMATIAS.. old bodrooBi nI.... "11._. 10 Golf Couri*. 410 MorU Plortd UI AND 18118. MODERN two bedroom du.plel C.I hiBt '10_.

'UPPta. ?sry ... A ,;. 50 4 P" 141 l01I" .1.11 BADCOCK'SUsed 151417011 Chevrolet will pap aft Avinu*. up. .Ir.rood fouolsb,40010tmrnt. elrctrl 11.. .UO*t

_...... NU .03110. wmTB PORMAL ...... Juti Ilkintw. Furniture Slot 11* medl car aId .end LOVELY CLOSE IB tw. T31.t*uth bath Mlimurl.aiarKwlk sHADY J. hufllebord mod. IIJ-SDOl. CO.
KORSB8 POR .. .. Ptvo tal..d.JuBiiMr. ..Lane.MU l'MM tDd.ROUBMADSI .ttlrt tunaitrbund. DepartmentIn rot loss..la. on. you Ian attaidTOAKYIS h.o". ..,...r" I. p.... 411 COOL C.I.StRuT flow near ttorea.iuo. 1 or.howirt : .iea,. Clean reitroomt yen.tJ ., CLEAN TWO la. dupli ABBOT.HECKES
S roar aid teldlng S400Clrolo Mulberry Mr. R..U : urnlthod. trailer:. sIlos Bail '2.I tars* 01001 eloi. **. S3! -
Bar 5 P.UMO. Slob oarl.m. .m. W'1 .mme, >. S2S PalBMtto.IMALL IU
Use .... Imp. ... : ;: -. ,t U. SO SIsal, ", tatted. PS. asks win BOUian .MICIAPPITMEII'r.*. *. kitchen howr tlrat.. BB floor peta.Adult .. ''.rale.*. BouUt LAKB Phone BONMT. .Pour Mobile HOUSE loulr '.I ..U.* ..u"D.d. UT .7o0I. .T*. ..11

i-i.Th LB*. PtTRIBRXUpapera. No par for tour tlma and tolav 1101 Sontn florIda A..- City ... week
FLAT bottom boataltar lovtl' narit Horn Park Stow ton lalakelaad. I.b. t.
50015.01.w. IAftl Prk. Drtro.lS5 bed.
Bena waekt 14. Plenty .-. SIlo wtBok. tM. MU lour .11>. urranoloort High and dry. Munfetpal 11'I. 114 CILYI
IB cbooae fto.. Well BarkedSI1A4I1T (*n *d
'06e. THREE II lr oondlUoned. Ir.h. pltr, beach prl. oolo wtr and **..,. PARTLY S and rm. diSk
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SM$731.LZVSR TWO BKDROOM evlte. walnut S. BADCOCK CORP. Ills ".t. furnUhed 104 I..et." 'lO.AdulU. "'- 'I34 .. ... ho... Block taw Mid .I.b" Handy t soutbaid. ..
11* N. FlorIda .. r.
AND White pointer. *, "'... btondi two pleoa Beclloaal bearh aouh .. Pttnn 681-4814 .. Or*>* Park Btioaolnt CmMr. 1131 .. 44-' 1..11. II..t'
mouths old. mal and f..aI. -...* awl (*. .10... SU-1411 Mala atBira and WarehBueeaMulbetrr. ATDUCT1VI UPPER .IsO bed. Good laSs fuhlas and .111.THREB. .m.rll new brIsk d\i-
$]*. Call Bart*, IU-II1 505.1403.JOOD UO Firm 214 BLOCKS from L.I. room apartment. Pl. b.lh .. Small .. 140 Tml. . block tooolltil
PV>rldMulbernr ImpUminti .. .
WOHKINO u""rd trleri.'IB ... room kitchen with dining' .It. UtIlItIes tirtpt Lak Dot.. MU 'lorl O JIRM* .*,.., e". Ken ltallIe.Ollons .
BLACK ORXAT: Dane puPPlet Atklnf 148 Call MTJ -'11O .. Store .nII 1 bedroam. kalh. C.1 MU 04025 lit Weit Pearhtroo KUe.1.OttPLBJt 'I 163. bal Lak Ar.. Call MO 407S1. .... Bai
rogUUred. H3-1140. 1I3S B. OFs'alllO_ North UncolnANTIODB t . M S P.BV dally. Prt. alteeBBtll D 0 CASS VIOlols ,3OCI. Call MVUI2. or MU 1-3364. LAHOB PRIVATE trailer *n .311.ON"RNUE
I... Road at I.lat...... ... S .- VON HENTJRNISHED hIs Utie. Pttl*. cklldran lal lOUiS roam sad
MARBLI top table and FITS ROOMS norohee lart yard Oa 18HmH.rdw !TWO BEUHOdM CB 5.0.. N.
Opea An Day WtdBatdaf' 104 Colonial .| and 43$.
SIAMB8I Krrr1l4sbko.P.lo1 I.... 'It..1. dooms and InlrtOl' Oft M BBtoclalB itarta terrlainwida a.w uphol.1al. a u tome tie wah.r floori. toni llvlniIlnlng e.1 I 17. deooraud throuthout. Waurfurnlihad. . .. a
Bad teal ,.IDI.. MU -110JpiKJNOte 0'10. ..... Cull M1I 0.1420. 121 M. n. Momtt 110. 1".Mn.. MU (.'0". roam, lano 110 moatk. 1141 Ealk- to Khool. MTJ .
Lakeland Lowe : : 1 (urnlehed !1M. Road. &; 444117.MOUSKN POUR LOVELY Boulkildi'boma.tore .
'UPrue: for tale Price lakeland AawelatB SMrt TWO ROOM *. Quiet. *lniround : J MOBILE LIVINGAT .1
Call Sio7t.SIAkfBBB MO DOWN PAYMENT .. SIS .... FlorIda AlB. KAItKIt BALM natal IniurBBce. floor all electric Strut ,l,renfihlario wIll, r.s.Ins TWO Bodroom duplix.Kitchen bedroom (*nod, broth wIll

KITTENS: for .44. Prom (10 to *IM adoBck. Will Trait Two Klskt* ttonta. earU tuppilo' IB.ured. ''.lo. ."I." rataa, ..*.t 7 lath, Ia's, ::: ITS BEST ... ...... and water 0911151155. 5044031.'ti1iiiiDDIPLAv. '110. CISSI5s.htp.

E-Z Monthly Payments bonded local an* natloaaltrojuporter M .a. rs.00 autO Onollo Why not llv at four ,,, MU
Malea and female Trainedland 00 a itir ,a".n rnl.h0. .111. I
Dei. Call Mra. C. D. ...11... Ltewleum rut ... ..... 1301 aRe 104 Got 'OH FwlPROPANB T..... mihwar! Jackl, MXI, S-S014.4710 Mew TURfS ROOMS and bath' aiwtrdxiaratad. 10 ..n".I.I. rUIIi. s lovily I..., On* tht :LEAN TWO CH bou.e.
MJ-ltK: *. I 111** t-plec llvlns nicely furnlahod.. Win- m'D'.n ptioot. 'II clip "p Hwere fine drinklet 0 f jnlloi Wait. :lbs. Call,
roam 5,1005 .... ... . till dew tao OK ttreet parkin 141Cumberland ... .' power company .... MU 50751COLORED. III.
.Bionttigom.110101'EKINO'old. 5gtstursd" Si MIl,It Hr.. UMO Bos iwini *rInncriprlns OAS Iw ......1... hlBVInt. i, ia. n s 90 e wmcaMOBILB : __ 0' mll"0 011"01' bill : 'or root. Ohio. rooms r
s ...\ kwt wBtot, irrKatiBB tadu 130 Furnished Itsusesrwo tloag type norikUn .
I 1111I.ts BOM I. aol 4. NU 1"88
*- OMd bedroom tultw complete Dial .... Call ..*...... l.t.. lav INSUBANCBITOMAOB Ito BLOCKS from .collet. Tw taoilltlai. .. thlny b.I. C.I 'lr .O ,.
PVPO niRHBRED BotlUh ehn penal Oat Barftea. t 313 ..e. I PART bedroom living room dtnlnt and lb orar. p lorIs I PALM CLAISIPICO DISPLAY
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beroe: oollle*. rat terrier*. mains $ Aubaradala .lab.... larte BEDROOM k mt. Ad.tt SHORES MOBIL W* -- '62

Sb. foniBleo US.: (emalef tl"'MO Chthaahuaa.BielM Tsp pjeit.. :t 141M. .... .t-pleoe. .. .. dlnett.....* e31" I DEE'SIMOBILE =4ID\ .Pools"W'rr: .all. No pet.*, R.n. ar Lake* j... norm of U., vlllan, of. RAMBLRa..I.

thntora. BiaJoa *>0. (*BBl..l Bllapproval lOud Wed T*'. .. ". .... 149.M 10$ JnvtlryWB .ont ..rl'.I, . tOJ Road.Alfred near 8 on Motty ./
Ship COD owtagi New 3 HP 11" pawn mower HOMES apartment ..
"...1. 0..1... I. C. I ... ..... ....... ...... 141.M Eaoh four rooms and bath. S4MTangwood. TWO' wmplttelruraUhid. ... L.1 _f.
THREE POINTER: pup and ..s.SIr. mood seed ."'... Bt" refrli.eretort PAT ... .......*. sold IU N. Wabash MV 5.0005IA3t. | Apply laO Teoilewood. a.DRWI. .811. MODERN TRAILER with rabana, InternationalScout I
.* roar old "11I01.. Muat aell ... ......... ..11110 B* ooin. old old. plaunvm. iU.er Phene ' per Drl.e.'. tOils .8 walking dutanc downtown.i j jenlint
lonlh $1'295I
WIU nn4 refuiM. aol "_II I. Styl ernft paint ... DM gallaaAU "_.* Jwlry, 104 sooth 1150ML 'lOal3l .II" auarUnintBoreaned A Dlek' RMItr, Co.. for ". perron oreouple. Camper
.".'. UTJ S.T1M.UvtitKk. lions itck af Plumbing andUardwar II.. I'OOID slOan, hou.oot..UP.1 porch. .r..u... park LIla M.. ..h.n UU $- 483-3304. i, I

19 .. ,. .4900 jerd by. tou.bo.Workahop. Bartsw an lot I... *M moBUt. Ill Wait Bilmarstreet. 9241 WCBIR.-oir* two bdroom. ''R.ILE LT 10. loll or und.' 4 whaol Sl I.sps
POLY FOAM SCalES: 106 MachInery t Touts I 133.2074. tarport, I7S, I.lad. IfU 103o'l .r.
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OUTLET 3.104 JuBgla $ (SO. | i. ,fl.tr. PAUL NAYLOR
TRl STATS .nod.., artinolalUeealnatlea. I W Cut it BlMtWB IPOIt 51.0. loll alumlous kalIss ONB BEDROOM gleiplng porch, .- I
bead 3 USED WI1.DaR.a.. lad ISO ,aol ...ID', I""hod IS Into,. llr.t floor? Sirs 0.101156th 135 RRII Far Hint .t.. Liil $4'7.4.
M prr PAY TOP PR1CEBPor .. thopplntWeit '
a. .. N rootur I MOTORS
Also welder r 1010111 001
.. amp new ..tr... POUR duplet' lao, ,
... oBtaa Utluded. .31- I Oood Vied Purallur Tos Mwldlaa A.. .. 150014. .k. los CIlsoiplIs room *
P643. au .t John TourUt Park, porch gon,enlent location, MS .
lad Mob
AppllBnoe p.l.rID..rom
41C5 sarsso .P.r 1103 Boom LAROB BOOM, .1..". n>ar kui. .' SAVE $1500DICK'S I lOt I. .
IKIrTLAND PONY Pith blOts CALL MU 3-3044 HOUIOTPAILLPP11C'LBN. loft'. mont, ". .d..l.. .1-41. aantlemaa Brrfwrtd er maa and MU 34540N
0.50.. '71. Call IOU 51712.two 107_, Plumblag. $upptles 111005 NU 0453. 5500 ..oh. 25000 last Ptrh. 10501000.50,5 P. .I.. Prlo ... .. MU : Cs's nit) 14306
5 5501310OPPOSITS TWO .15,1,1. 510.5. 1.1.
VBAR old Bay Bi.... Mai Polk Trading Mart USED PLUMBINQ UtUTM.. Toll. 1959 GREATLAKES BHVPrLEIIOARD. 015. II RIII.. 504-3535 Wait.dstl NICB CAN room .'O ta Dlkl*., AUTO SALES I ."IN''O'. TILl
sad thou and been .0rOl.... Al.j .I*. laoatorle and .ID... SI ..... Lo.wrr3 roomi and Plorlda rooirlin. .. .. all d., .t.d.1 hand. 'V .
-M taddlo-- and bridle. MO a-1090 V S. SW?. $1 BAIT T.bo. 110. 400 H..neee* .k.... MOBILE HOME :-\11 031 Fast Or...., MOUPPKH and Iooda.COTIAQC. .. LOVELV PURNIilHED'roem' pit. t. Msln MU 2.KIO J

APPALOOSA W- 44 I II. two bedroom*. Pull turkd. 03. 525 Oar.ols. L1Slrabls I vat* *.It...*. .'1"1 0'. tele.'hone. .! .01 111
r MONTGOMERYWARD Montgomery .. .> IB like low con ltloB. TWO ,j}. for o,1191s snIp. Qolsi Iolshbor.told. . ldl toy i *. |.. Ill-
GET A CAS HOT WATER Cleia B* a Pin: Inild and outPuUy ,.Dtn..* oriqnouth ana", t: Near bu. ..4 Horn R,. 0701,
n. Appalooea breed la rapidly HEATER FROM WARDS air eonftlUoned wltb. tw* IIOB ..f14'1' !0I5o-1405._ _ _ _ _ W 0 R K I N U GENTLEMAN pre WE BUY
trawlnt la pomlartty BalMaallyand air eondiuoner unit* PHICTDTO : '.".d. Urg .
locally. O. .._. ( DESIRABLE TRREB room 55.. DUPLKX THHIB loom and Oath modern 'unlh.d'aOI.
Ap. orgolor. Have Hot Water When BKLL, Be* It l" Barlow f hone33I7S1. Privtl .
rent apartment Btlh **rat* U.S.* and s<0 entrance. 1.*
adaptability' :
eouronBalVm. SILL: AND TUADI
1l1oIU_ Beo BWwin* Amlgoprotnlnlnt You Need Itl14Hr. Adultt. Quiet ill lIDS .0'.... I a Benin. ,::laka b-. b.1 roem.. Reawaakl rate. 11
yvung gtallloa. >....- Installed Fencing iBrtaUatMM L.ATIMQDILL.: 20 wide nebll 11-4341 er 4414114.RUMMER and ROM. MU 1.070 f. ph. ring leat .

foil Ap".4 TborooghbredWoodllBoa. 110.... Three bedroom lob ....... RATE or yearly baili BXTRA: NICB ,.* bedrom 4u- BRyiZB oondltlonod.' (.O..J
A (.. bookIng .,44l- 117 N. Kentucky with or without tot. Oood Sums t0 AUo arnUhed lacft Ail runnlna- wat.r. Maid
CHAIN Eitra .Ie.. all air con- DII. ,
27 ..kl ,...
MU 3-414. .11. 0
SOIl tat rogittared or loud grade MU 2-5103 dll..III.. .rund In, ..r..rl .ouu*. 180. Clark 1101.1, l5S.704rI.osS USED FURNITUREWARNOCK :
Bana. OuaWjUn raala allsiklofor 11"'VL11A04A5. .uolll,. ..,n. Cut: l .4031MODCRM.
rxUuatWa, JattodBotorf lee For Protectionand 5(00540 46.10 On. bodmom.pj1 Street..I. .ld. DOWNTOWN, prltato earane -
***. 108 PI..... t Mutlcol InitIPECIAJ ....uU,. 113 ",."tIIl,. ..... TWO bedroom duple *. II wwk, 333 South Mtw'ork.
VIRGIL SYKES eauy. 11811-1",. CLOSE DOWNTOWNTwo large nicely lurnlKied, cool, .11." newdlitrlot .2..02.

MU 8-3637 : BALB al Baby Oraadt.siudlo OR BALE. Two I..... mobile IU room (14 Ntw week York.. Utllltm paid tIll. Adull*. La. real tw- iR and borne for oj. FURNITUREAND

CALL MU 25103FOR *. Conwla and Bpiaeu.Real 1t0..M. M HO wlta Saris abaoa I.'h 11-02._ man with adult
......._ Bnwn a, toO SoutkPlorlda. and sIa bedroom OB privateota. DUPUnr Three roominn'e'r"Mu"nl UIIION\yUUNIHHID houil.. '"U,. Reasonable. 403 Norsas.tt13KNE55l1DROOvst..s.
bui llua, t&eaUant oondlUoa. 110 .I.. Culldrtn to.lepted.
'2 WIttN. Hvtitttk, Pats FREEESTIMATES LBBdea wl and tree*. Reaeonabl Mor\1I1' W. Call I p.m. wnkdan. APPLIANCE IXCHANQIJ02

YAMAHA ORAND paso,. .bO.,. *. 443-43 IS DUPLEX THKEB '01'. prlvaubth. UU '-.UJO.rlNtHI 11.1.. and.nU.mO ill preferred.Wet Meu I. Mtmorl.l' llv*. .h... MU 2.2222
WAMTBDi A few dairy catua InS wlta artIst ..011. Thre year* tntrane. Witer turnlthedAdulU .Ir. Mag.
P1VB room kaUM. soIls. MTJ $.
klad. WIll pay top eaap Puss old. loGo.... la*. BOO Soulk Pier n* ..'*. 140 oioottt. 032North .. and air sondItIo.In -
...._ Dairy. bTO S- SM. da A.......__-3111. : Factory: Fresh 1964 Kenlurkr lot slut by. d.,. .... or Ct.A iiDDll4'

WILL TAKB IBttlB la ...... lot It lrtir: t EicbMfw Sail ORAMD plan MolISOISI Bleely fur- ...onl. MU 1.0115.REDUCED -

PV3 pord pickup witli cattle _I''. laiak. Good eonUltiea. Quality 4iONI. ...." O.MUa. ,
(13 YaI... MJ-T101. WILL BWAP lood lids Bower.omt ion. S4VS. SOI Eaet Orant 10' Wide 2 Bedrooms Ill BouUt Waiarle* Afe- TO $73 MONTH
I3M new Iou 13 loot liber.la . Street.ANTluuB.. 44041.NEV.LV .
. or aluminum boat In goodondltloa. BKAUTIPVL'kaat. YEAR AROUND The WORLD'S FAIR 3
arred **wly' retlnubed.Ortrworked modera lurnluir. goodloretlon. 3 B"r.. dlBln II.
: I. AND 11 cubla ft. treeaert. ........"'It. Hew Iran 50111. Kind neanlowa I.. all .. . kitchen I

SITS trill B-UbU. ....... boot*. key*. Parfait .....llIoa. BB4-4313 ..Inl ...",. heipltal. Phene aOp-b'u wIll tub and ahowerarg -.
M1artycl Furnished
lleycili. Ic* er.em ".".11 fno_. Mast OOOD OON1>mON a. ,Isp140. b Completely 13(111.OOttAOB.. aoreentd poroh_ariMrt COMES TO YOU
to. Call 484-401. ItolsssiaSlp 051014. WUtIJU. ONlY .serIous yard. LoeaUd In Shore m
THRaS room*. ar.. ,
SI BDPER Bbr toad condition '- Aere H ne Stl-41 -
Ale tw. boy' at" Blcycl**. Call rloMt acrnd ner ti. *.leaaoonventont i-oiet *r (=
MU 5.1053.'IWMPII I 99 louts, Msfsri, Suppllti location RoaientbliI4 :

AND Yamaha Bale $5 $3395.00 .ob.ID. 4444M1UOUTHSIDB TWO BKbHOOM f..lo kB>.' ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT! !
WILL TRADB 30 HP Irlnrud : ,..
PER MONTH NEAR eoUl. Iso rent sot MU
and **rle* ElMtrle urur Cl
wiu ....II.* Martlat ooatrol. 7 Year Financing .
el* Bad porte modela. 1O'b down. bedroom, H4 .. srrIm.dIrobl 1-1 o MO 44071.fo3EnRooM6
_hl wbetl wills ablet tatra RENTS A NEW .
porch. sara*. WiUr lurUhed
14 moalki ftaaaclB avalMbl Ins .... 10 IP er Iar... Call Easy Terms : Laoh.s.It. It's All FREE
LakiUad Ool Company, VII 443-4T3S S to d. SPINET PIANO MU *-* .22.CONVENIINTY Jut out of e.. doss to Hurry Hurry -
Wee* Memorial .1.... tfUtt* on old crural. .. -.tor.1
22 HP lleo" ....1<10. ,_....1.. RENTAL MARSHALL'SMOBILE "LATE .
1 ...... payments applyto "drID TWO aool clean
1404 IU.b4 TtIOsvlsds. .mR.
AstIqvus ACRIPTCB- ACCOUNT me'lng purchase price. Cart- HOMES Bum.1.. 1..011.nil .111.'0-IODI.. 410 ..1." . ehurehot. .., *npplni.traniportattoa 41t IB.. You Will Travel by "Jet"

ASTRAL LAMP. Teat weed ttsnd.MBrttak lasS 44) HP Bvlarud* Sea KID age extra. This offer U :875 Gulf To Bay elude watw01 4.
and eklne** Itatu, PU electrl, Ilk* ...". .IS...how. Taki limited to families wiitv YOU WANT WILL BHARI lovely home To
mailer atotae us Bartreet ClearwaterHwy D 1I'
... ..
. WMbitand ehwra "" .
chlldrensmusical SIlls nlddl aged lad Xraryooavenlenc
Auburadale Plorld. WO. inS to test their
Helen __rloo.. "1-_'. 1MM.S *60 East of #1. a rlr* four roem furalibed . *. 4(0 Bontb. '.a''

ability.CANNON I ... I bv Iw.. In I good Ia.1034 S21 SoulS !.._. : NEW YORK
HP EV1MRUDB ...Iat. too .nl eloM ta b.." .._.
97 ArtklM Far Sali-Miie. CALL COLLECT 726-2608 .lln. .ro.AIR CONDITIONED ass kodroor*
.ear* old be bout It Boar*. I
.. and II' .
MUSIC CO. .r. C.U sIlos ... '
.IM: 141 Bout Twaaoaee mo.r. 1111'
I .
USED Tf B fram 43* a... OBB. 103 So. Florida 68J.$1 5 .. ., .....*. 20 ViaNational
.... .. finance. Worklnttraeuu HARRY rangltwood.rHRKB I
124 Track Traitors HALE II
_w. Admiral Sale.Al Open Friday Evening 313 South Tena. ROOM oottago. C1M 011 I Air Lints
*reM*. tlV S-3*fl. ...... BUY OF A LIFETIME ) .11 Mi tamrry BiaritowaMU \,2'2
Van rrark main .
'lM PORD .r.
TT. 44 H. ..' Pwtt tit: 4-4B8S. 4IS Oak UlreetWO Travel Arrangement
109 ladle Tsiytsttis! ,offer M. Trading
AOTO OLABO and 4r repair PlIshlip.24'J1IUI24AUP :I
New Tampa BIDKOOU YhoId.'ioom.
plots rBitalled. Par tre. ....... Tb. Br* tlBlly Bew art sOonflabIli REDUCED TO $40 Courtety f
and boat Mia 1 bedroom eottaf* Bear BeariM !
plea urw ... fbI .ml.toaUtwItIt
eetl Cliff ..... Ill y>*rt*> Mae*. br ,.. fiber, AND .d. $30. .l | .. 414IQ1.
Mart built DII All Call IIU '.'113:1.: '** lleone*. ..... MU .. AROUND Bady |ai Mimorlal -
Mil 1-0011. .la**, lot lertln.* .f cuetora 201;;| _rk.. Oal W y,," ItO Or .....311II11. I YEA I 3 Big Days lIThe Tmvcior"For

BBAOTIPVL HAWAIIAN print 1"* >y 1I *' 3 SOO5l0.ilItlt floor locttt anSouUi TOWN :. CB. newly. lur-
at Jut II I* per ,..... Deere* A rlhU* ? 110O pound PanoramicwlndthMd 111 Sptttln '"dsAPACSI Ingraham. PtHite bath alilud KOUII htVhs. large .bed

CBtUa Minu. at *, .... many walk threub haLOS RENTALS I and ..".. '-iltaa and *eol room. .lol,1, Plarlda roomLaBdcap .! 2 IT'S FREE !

atbera. redocad .....*. WalMo. Plank type deck, rocoaeed atoragecompartment CAIIPUKI .lI_ It.to. :art* room*'-'off trt parkins.SOUTHOA1E d ground* kept by lvn.
wall ....... .r ana run .at t* ID Ice cheat* behind and dry da**alamo.Automotive twin. 5.14 kiD.. bstta. Sn,.. 84- 121 Business Places flf Rt .,. AdulU, D pet*. ."47 be.weoa .
ynr *BM and ad..... Preee t itoak tips delBi* scale. ride "PoOl's. SMS Park Blfd, PUullatPark. P..Walls, la.2&&I". : 4. e 4 P B>. or a.lrd.and
tBalade Cud Blrlt fytanTwee Plorlda. Sunday.CLEAN.
tmd* MeeHnc eMui too with St
*. and Ml OuPont B1.ud. -&*. toras' 505*. reaulauo* ninningilhu 8406Q.FT.OFFICE IT'S SIMPLE IT'S FUNHero's
Ooeed ..*. O. O. BmUtaPabrl wliu twHett circuit all decklardware TWO raamt, QI yrHau ODe bed
**. Cede City ..,. 54. 1.1 ptep plate vinyl so... 112 Wunted MbulJ..n FOR RENTI ibawer tint floor tartg tfft.clenty. :rooms H klteheB and
was bumper, .1.01. ahaU tuiderbow. .*Uu ShIll Til BattPeaohtre
BUtaa Mtb' of SnUratat 4. a. Tuck.,. DogS 110. 5511410.' Linen Btllltle. *, parking .-0.
CLOTHESLINB POalB. ireatlyredtwed. Ml?. mound trim It".ta Y.l'i1I1I"Id CAllS 10" plot ...... 5550MU 04'542.. Pared .r'III' I. frost "Urad or bu.ln..mo. 4H1OI4SOAltAOB *. All You Have To Do-

I and I" eaplewlrwelded. t.tMP0= boa* hook*, a-un. sod tilt T."... ,_.. Id1lor APARTMENT, thrublock HRCB ROOM or efritlenrr Bu*
rod : bal. .lfiOO I.t door. Clean and (IS ..
4S" __ wltb I 04$110t.j0 daitots 55 .adl..1 SOOT (
hall. IM
.. wood from .
b.s&.. S4SO .., SI JO pal. ...*.n.ar........... Practically inde.iructible. *. AUTOMOTIVE soppIp ODd air eoDdlllonln nllol. C'D.rel Sill 00115,5 nocut- nar around. AdulU, BB pel*. 'I IL. MU 111.CLA"'II Fill the lnrmotln M the tntry for below and cut cut Tkt it I.Psndarvts .
.o*>. dellnry rbene SB* Deluxe ilde etrtain Bnutli Al. DISPLAY
1104. Watfard 500445.14050.AUCTION toll etern eturtaln. built In Port.oJoha :Jr. Call T. B. 1'_... 05. SIll ., Chtvrlt and see the Cervalr Cenvirtlbl. In the .11 ih*. rum,
*totle ehrome rod Toldm.heavr lit Aw1.msbllM Per Sale to?, MO 57173.FIND 8PACOII. TAn room dnple
duty delu. M-IUHD Murray lei.. *ri and WardiShoppKI. ftllid with .r.nl' (bid cartom-gu the numbr *f tftni .Cnftsl!
trade. ao* *watllU AdulU. 131 Caet '
crank BB l.i- b Mass WB PIHABCB. TOO ondlt II .. end writ nvmbtr In turner Indicated, deposit It In Sloe drawing cig*-Hiofi
Nite Only The bee* trailer ::. AU .... 1.. a. 140 dew*. BuBBhlB I I" '
Friday life aarlns ....1_..... anchor* leed Car. 4444MS.OH IT fASTIn OUR R"two poraho an* ik all t. It.
7:30 PUW and ibm heavy duty flahuu :_. eomlortabl*. n.ceilenl tee f
reel IviirTtlilng sbeard Ohio Boat 13 P0550dMS .,,_ to. 11 otto eouple, ilntl pereon
buy Pu Nfl tr ,.* la bM*. Brand new ax> watt 5114* nob. 15oIa.. Uta. IJ._ Maid eirvlce. hm eouked s.alusoallebIs. ,- - - -1
rja ihor* Cou4 Onnrd an- MU 5.1704. .
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION radio trenimlUor-cerelvor.1 I 1
u.lux. 08_." BUIcone" .......' BALB IMS Lincoln. All pow- USED I PENDARVIS CHEVROLET
CENTER itindlna put, ilk channel, all ... air oadiuned.. A-l slaps the Wsnt Ads! Home TUCKS TRADE

1W O. .. SB BailCSEO lli: .recetvee*. taned itndard Bad Ucana broadieit.Boat Radio. Call Pweier. MU' "3211I. 400Ml business lot Oil U EWCUSSlfD AND I AND TRAVEL TO THE.WORLD'S. FAIR' .,
or dog
LANCER foUr door, white car ADS
pwerd btwin ell etoetrt*'
MJRNITUBB sod BPDllBBOB U.- II HP Erlnnid: moum all remotelr rail*, radio, heetor euellentiBBdltHa. Classified ads fill I ... is:'#JSff SFxafar : DATE . . . . . TIME . . . . . ., .
*. Bpnolwrla Boy ** controlled. Ronlaeemnt _-20416. . .h
trod*. B M BaraalB Bouee.HigBway cool 14900. will ooIl It. UMMeaen. CLA'*iriO OIIPLAVV .OtIs p5w ..1B4I ,

4-B043. SS Karl B* Olbeoala.MU Lake. Can Bonny b* aem' Sonofp.l4 all day. luttdayat .11.l0l3CHvyU. Btaadard abult.40.0000 439 Last your needi. Look in the I .I:OB* Bencher* Pickup.. NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AGE . . . . w. .

1 "..... street.44934M "IIII'r..O. tr": ludu15nos<>*.
clusified section I elen. Cln. S. '
EUCTKOLUXBew .....D....ha Tak). 1.1.51*..-.1.pap" Ie 'Auu..a" hrd. four doss.Os. : now Sptclal . .' .*m ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . CITY . . . . . . . ".. .

Mat*. EUctrolnl Corw *tloPOB OLAMPAR "", .rant. Avalonraotor '''D''. 000tA "D"I"' .. $445 11 DODOB Uy ten ek 'dheeeii. .
Ot.P101 .UII 10 H P. .1 :
ALL: ODe _...1&1 BBMdttumr Nod'* aud aaior 7441.. tralWr *TOO . ,tl.AlslPlaoOl.s.AY_ '62 FORD _isod truck. I ,*- e l 10..WI PHONE NO . . . . . . ., :
od lu tln. 1 wIll l boat aol M CADUXACBedaa DovUla. prltalalr -
an* auai ...tat. W* buy and sill ;... d...: *r Phon Aununidal.* UTJ I-7K1 WO* 0 t* believe.'..od. 161I.0 ...... B clean* prepared Mint 6.1.0,0 55,450* IM.".,.. -O.t.aut*. I II 'N' NO 0511(5.. 1 MAKE OF CAR OWNED . . . . . . . YEAR . . . . I
.54.0 aayUiln1 BoBlerard Trad- "-'604 Maday er ....In.. 16Ft.Stardust I radi bMter.er. 55710145. doll I
lag ..... S3I Wool 'irtlnlaEUCTKOLUX $ ____ \ finance er pay eah. Oil eve-, 5. .1. .. eendi. 7 In" I IsP. 5,0.00. I I _
inn after I. **]-lia. 1..1.. Bed and whiM l.AWM '0 OA5DIMT5dyo$0. I
WACUVId lleaaer.1 9,515 5.40,05 'pts550.T20.cj ta. M0w0 A N RULES
LollI pjedeL WitS attachment. WILL TRADB 1MO modll WUlr.J I, .. *055 IN AN 0005. CoIl, r MY .
... 144PtMM ta excellent coadluoa wtm I, .U 3-411P 0.. 40515.
Plu n*- BolUbir. .1Do 5
100.4257.SwTM detachable tamper, tot ranabeotboat 515540. 'In case of tie, earliest Jot of entry and GUESS IS I
_loW lad trailer *f o.ual
VfflJIATOK. sal 55 Beed, MAKE MOREadd vale*. Pboa MU 5.1251.156CHVS0LST I E*,lBW WISP, Tf HP Kvln.HMO. I w I 1 earliest timw. No obligation, nothing to s
with B* without ...... Coo, *T.., BIOBI. Wit Irailev. . , Many intraft

Bead BMB. **U far S3*. Ml Ca<'' ardlap Bei>ur. Automitl V-* .e radio- .: b NAYLOR cues. Iris 1 buy. Do not hart to b. present to win. _ _ I
orals 57000.oil PAUL
neater. PUit (MO. 401 CerverStreet. 'ii95cot..1'1 I I
1\4 HP saaolln ...., PUMP.IS Classified ads to ;I I - - _ _ _ . _ _ S
.. ... illlbtlyBeed. your sle staff. Dial MU IBM PLYMOUTH four doer. en* i
hits iBrtakler ....,. power .....rlOl. brake ... IMF Bt Mai St.Viedl .
Price 5300. (-lIS I for *n ad-writer ird tranimliiloa Low pilleageliceUeat Cart Bit 1-414 PENDARVIS CHEVROLET

IU.IJAP.DIabsS.' *!.. ....'mo.. MM. MU *. Hew Car *>U 241SIOPfN ,

tw. (.... UMe. Ill 1" Blt. today. D414llMJ. DICK'S AUTO SALES SVININOS T'LI
..*.*.. etil*. put*. d... .-. S ... 2US D.**. City Hwy. 310 North Florida Ava.
*..U With ... _.. Ill MooMt.l4. CORTA1B, 4 apeed...Ill.. HPiBadia. larI 1011 I. Malts! MU 2-1(10 }
City I hoBter, Bell w Pb4 MU 1-41 IT
Bireeb .. I
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50105. ftM,... : -.-- t _ __ _. -1:1.5. .!

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: : *Riil (ESTATE REAL ESTATE 144 Acreage, let fer Salt 144 Acrtags, Lets for Sole 145 BusIness Preptrty 147 Income Property 153 Houses f-r Sale 153 Houses for Sale 153 HOWMS For Sols

with TJlRaa: BIIDROOM two bath CB IoIULBEIUtY MOMS. ails. Thtoo
L.ts LOTS. SS I 144. Bult- RCaZJDCNTUL COMMXR CIA LndMtrlal IAM.lrl. must sell thla livefwnleha TWO BEDROOM house I bedroomS carport larva lot. food
Mobil. Homo I beet rnlden-
142 Condominium Atts. 143 .FASTURB cod loll: LAND some -timber 400 lOrIS eaml' sOlo (or 3 tretleri. Landecaped ..... .I silla'.... Mel unit 510rIioint """ll.om"'.l," screened poreh *itrnlat....000. Phone 4% houaa Ual tecUon U Bartowa Haw wall-to-wall earpetln booSts. .260 down Call ...-7241.
City Only ;ity water. eewaae. Juet autalde( Mdr, Realtor 1531 S. M.orlal5ld. and ,; now for mile oulaldo ilty .. air conditioner Lar..
cleared Near PRICK nice two bedroom
,. m-3Mt. 4SO410TNDUSTR1AL 1280 month Full price. for ..,. 488-2000. REDUCED -
Terme l." down .11 beautiful yard, IdoOO Call Florida .
1150 per acre. lurnUhed CB roomoarporl.
II THREE """ a\. bath
Sea R 'L. Oardner. R O tele arRay TRACT adol04 2ao0 U '""r eted. come ToRSO BEDROOMS 833-7JM Barlow, alter 4 11 and elootrla klUhea, 14Cheetnut .
EXTRA LARGE K. Iris at Dick Realty Country Living . Kraft ........ pnrailniauif II Earl* .14 500,10.. Now *"*. los *".. Florida room. air conditioned. on eekenda > Moad
WINDSOR ARMSAPARTMENTS TRAILER LOTS 1011 taut Main phone 88S-S133 140' x 160 John i I. a..aa.n.1100.. aas103 to echool. ......
. in the beautiful or 483-4854 1H baUt
SEE Robinson Pines I Good Investments Built-in apollaatea. Tarma
LAKELAND i NEW TWO bedroom Bouse. Beadr 813-4R10: LOOK ME OVER

I LOT #26, #27, #4 I Lola lfl -H9 All citr uillltln.Paved .I HIGHLANDSOnly 'FT. MOMS AND IHCONII-I unit. .for.. ft Immediate Uvmi area occupancy built-in.ranseawnlni 1100. JUST Pllllt Condominiums ready to occunr etreeta Lane SI HOS' touBll 840 SQ. uoac..10 block eonitructlon. ..1In windows full tlla bathurraasa bedrooma paneled aen-conrertblo
Located at 91?.Ill WlndMr A?.. on Reynolds Road Just ehadt (... 4 block. ...1 $2250 like new condition. Located on floora. ...a04 "" .... third bedroom. fall ceramic 1181 HARTSELL RO-10CS DIN-
flea soulhtata this U a martil-,, of Wabwh on HUhland St. Call Call Now . OFFICE FOR RENT nod l 1381115 lot m nn. .Ure. Priced at 410000 S8SSO a bath built la vanity. Ian.. livna NICE LAROB: BEDROOMS
arallabla to Lake INO ROOM.
OUt war of llrlnf South of Crystal .. 064. wInO .. .
T R Tucker Jr Realtor * UT* 10 one unl"' 11I01 month after a tow down payment room kitchen with French
,ou roil own the apt without 7173 or atop bf 31S N Maw CECIL ROSENBLUMRealtor lot the rantala par ler the prop. Can be seen dally at Sun *0105. Provincial' ceblntU Colored ,...... HUNTER LARGE LOT.
loll 00010 01 hridachM Bnutltullr $1495.00 A.... Tucker Bulldlnf IN TUCKERS DRUO 'TORIBUILDIIIOI bOy, WIll call Jerry Mar- Reitrlctedarea.
conditionedrrntral 20143. raved park "Si" '" ""< t For Information hood. Utility room 1014 GREENWOOD Et-1187
dMoratvd air
c alto' 20* down payment. X. dls CT 4-1118 or Dan Winters Ono block Lake ParkarNear FURNISHED
I hraMd built-in kltchrnitilt In front and Marl? Trauiofloors. COMPLETELY
bilhi, olnalori for tfcond $150 Down $25 Month BEAUTIFUL HOMEsms: ...r.l MU Ideal for doctor. Office 1I1"r. Ct 3-1431 echool. bua II... Buy term.. THREE BEDROOMS A BARGAIN
floor You sos mlulnt I rtal opportunity boloS Laka Oibeon Water. paved 1831 So. Fla. 3-6036 0' medical supply outlet Central DUPLEX-.Juit 1803 STAONTONHVENUE. Reduced Alaa liava other loll available AT 110..00.
.. Phone .._.. Private lilted, ene of th. lot three bedroom. .... will build 10 ault Call Leella
If rou ha n I axn ."'1011. Inks eatini and air conditioning si 10onthlr Icut duDl.i.i Corner
Windsor Arms Condominium ApuItclulvi 6826118 boat bull rimp. CM.1401. 3 ACRES-ai, pretty a tract u Call T R. Tucker it, I _room.. tile la Lakeland beth Florid CB two bathe. Florida room central Jim IM-2334 Ia.... Davit Bulldara. In*. 1S3I PtNEBERRT: RO-1179
LAKELAND HIGHLAND" 7X2R3 you ..111u.., autalda allyIralU Realtor SaO-mj. 'oom. "'.'ed patio. and tarxirl air and heat. 883-1021 NEW CONDITION GOOD LOCA.
with 30 bit fruit ".... II500 near Kathleen Ulalt School! for tich aide. faceiient loUon BOBTH8IDE NEW autelda ally. T1ON TWO IEDROOM8 KITCHEN.FLOR.:
Call Red sink Oars (N-37U. .. near hoipital and Medical three bedrooms that will toke I IDA ROOM BUILT-IN
Aient 144 Acrtogt, lots For Solo ...nln.. SM-IS05 ATOM PARK-Wa ha>a S ..... ArU BuUdlni. IO-3143 twin beds Walklnc distanceshopplnt REDUCED $3500 LOW PRICED AT S14.tO .00.
.n Eaton Park Area an Bared road and elementary school OOOD TERMS.

ij II11Y-IOIO ..... MmI.rioOrtd BARGAINS for ...000. Oood terme arallableCREAOE NEIGHBORHOOD SOOTH FLORIDA AVENUE 117' Across street from BoutbweetJunior Owner I......* town Tlirea kedraom .1 ROAD RN-S"
'1.. (0nd COO sir so,. of frontate aeroaa from Boothto Rlah Wait Windsor street 1 Ule batha. built In kitchen ., 1814 BTLVE8TER TWO FULL
DICK BARNES liVo" acre ea"ttie rancb. f..d and 10 acrea load land GROCERY .. Bhopplne. Center. aoned for off Bonth Lincoln A..n... Modela paneled family room It'133aeraened THREE BEDROOMS
orou lanced Corral and laadloiehul I_ 701517 with ohado t..... Only within S mllci ol Lakeland. euit-i All 'gulpm\ n t-Dolrn ancellent Jilmu, Call ... for detalla. CN- under eonitructlon Pull Information patio. near Qreve Park TILl BATHS" CENTRAL ON AIR YOUH
REALTOR .. 'UB per .ora. SO anna H TaD each |- courIer lot able for pilOts or euadlyldlnt' uilneea. '5 llOO. CO 116).108. 1712. call alter 4 ,pm. 4ao-a 10UKIE KTi "-71102 after SONLY HEAT LOW 80'a
2011 a. ".. IBI.03 ohiO 18500 SIMM down 300 so,... with ihade tr.... only S3.SCO. 'too.DO an acreE8TR1CTID BEDROOM CB Uka new. TERMS
bead of cattla onlr MO 000 Th... location ara near South'
3000 acree four mlln from 07r. ...t achoole and Bouthiata Call HOMESITES- HIGHWAY #37 SOUTH H. W. STOCKARD earner. Widow lot all soloS neat aondltlonlairHA morttt at3. \'INlhOB CALL BRAC1tIlIY
... Oardeni. U S hlabwar Morrla Ruler. Realtor 413-1177 eautuul property In Lakelandlahlandt IRmA LAROB CORNER LOToned Mil 0-4050
'..01.... Snip |7M ...nerO. See 68 .nW. about two mlln from for 11..1".... 11.600. Toil REALTOR 1231. $100 DOWN!
R C. UU or 1%. L. Gardner, aouthiate Each tract over a I II. buy. FOR SAUl b> awner. Two bed
on LEDGER Dick Realty 1011 Saul MallMU .064 with paved. road frontaia AMOClaUl: room CB striwberre Rill Bub.
0 P405. 0-SI33 ipenilve attractive homea aleadr Fred Wbb, Jim Pollard Ir III? strawberry Lane.. Lot less liDO down will put you In a ntwmaaonry
TODAY built In (0. area. II you #37 SOUTH Bob WllliamiAuburndil 1111'. Price (4.500. Phone ATwater borne balance monthly>. ROY? Sl1ll[
ClASSifIED/ ADS .21 down 12* DRIVE OUT better ( WO 1-4580) .. .
pits ACRE tracU ITS plannwt to build a 5 Acrea .3R3 ft Prontaia on O. Floyd Clmmormann Jr .2. Fort Mcada PlOrIds.RSAS004AOLO Cf will' rent on yearly baala WUllam .
month ...1 PIed R alt r 1127 hIM hone. why lOtUS lor a all, .
lihwar,. A Steal at 130,ooo- '" OWNER. Law ..
I Memorial Blvd MU S- 107OROVK lie lot, when you can let ....- Do. 111 f Florida A. : ,.. T .11II1.. MU I-S131 or
n 010.0 'nt badroomewo
MV 61133Branch payment.
CLASSIFIED DIIPLAVIII : LAND 10 acre pine Oak View Estates"Polk a S.althI.5 ni prlctf Inveetlata Office. full batha. I.... Florida MU S-4M4T. REALTOR LMLA
and oak. Beautiful tilth land thatel #92 EAST 1131 B:. Oleander MO <0112 room S car carport brick One 331 B FLORIDA AVE. 488-3141
warn Mellon Lakeland fins landranil ,ear old. Fbono MO S-4S3S or
Price t2>0 par aero. T rm. County's nellent Commercial lot-1 3rrontata MU s-ates

k' Pr.-0wned Sptciol 39*0 down Loll or Bee Rar R L K. GardnerR UU atDlcki Most Beautiful Homesltes." H. W, STOCKARDREALTOR T..m.. an Hlab..,. 120.ooo DUPLEX FOR SALE FORECLOBEO RCFORS B I B I Oaraain You're InvitedTO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY

Realty lOll Kai M.ID. OFF LAKE HUNTERBY In many L"I
'59 PlYMOUTH Phone R8-1133COMBES Out South Florida to Pipkin RdWeit Mel Rod Realtor 1137 : : INSPECT OUR
0 Pipkin to Lunn RdSouth Aaeoclatei: MEMORIAL BLVD. OWNERTwo mortal BI.... ...-.101. ,

Puip '.D_. Pod.o. Rood MANOR 70'.131':11 lota HardlnCombe w.-. VIEW on Lunn ESTATES Rd end elina follow the Prod Webber Wllllami Jim Pollard. Jr. Matonrr Bulldlni. Bit for D.I..- bedrooms. Florida room, HRIE: Limos _roo..... air FurnishedModel 0.Pr..Ownid Special
, lutowol,. OAK Bob In Reetaurant 130 rontaaa on ownl's completely, ondltloned. aeparaU ......,\. 0
,. WI and electricity II 49S termI.Au (Auburndala WO 1 4o 0O > apartment RAMBLER
= 0.1. 63
sir ( for eaih M1- I73: P 0. M. I 1/5 to 3 3/4 AdO Plot Plod Zlmmermann Jr. Memorial Mtra: Pino Location funuiuh.d Available for Immediate ..... Home
ancr. 134S Alma 'Ir.." Call aJ84 ..- -....
CHOICE: BUILDING (. 1110' ,I Paved Bt recta Reitrlcted UT S. Florida Avenua CO11JOMANY PHONE MU 6-3492 or 3.1313.OAROAINI IIiIa.. 160 Claeata_...._1 1'O 4.-
I toe directly behind 388O Cleveland MU SO 133 OTHERSCall Iinder m,0$0 ..Ou.durdOraosl'iiO'hs.
$79SPAUINAYLOR Heinle Blvd Call MTJ .. Salesman On Property Branch Olllce. BEADTIFUI. modern Open 1:30: P.M. 0' w. null
0831 MU 5-3870 1135 E. OI.and.MU '0113 M..rIlL 810".. HAVE SEVERAL very food rnl bODl.. three bedroom m bath To P oM.Wed.Fri.Sat. It .mm od .. boom
8uadan C Evlninfs Nil 2.5390BEERMAN d.nll.llocam. properties for sill. fl.. corner lot eonventent locaon. 5:00: 01,56 61010 II 00(0 Oar
HIOHWAT 14S'.540', .. 1 to 6 P. M. Ownor. 42-1503
TAMPA ( near Crrital Lake. SI.too '
i cellrnt Inveitminl 47500 John .aert for ....,It. Drive br 3414Kucnence & Sun.
J Brinoan 124 W. Mala. 544- 141 Waterfront Avenua Call....'. Visas a-Let u help Ton> with -i695
MOTORS 410) Encluilva Aicnl CORAL REALTYREALTOR PropertyPACRIFIcE 440-1586. Malcolm Thomas. your houilni ....... at a prOng you
h CAPE in afford You are under no
1041 I... M.lnt. CEDAR eibla. FOR RETIREMENT: homo with obllIaIioo.
use UDGflf A. F PICKARD 3BSO. 3 bedroom novel ilone laeo.... rented Threa bedroom
UoH Con. MU ,.Ut, Member L M 1,2. f...... and ...... PAUL NAYLOR
I .... N... c... MU p41.3OPSO AREA 2858 So Fla A... MU 6-3151, ouee, S7'50 Cub or termiUrn apartment two. Lakeland Builders !k
REALTOR lou from 0006. I* aff oaMk lota Soulhttde Owner paid 012. 0
IVINIP4Q tILL CLASSIFIED' ADS 300 8 PlorIds A... dart Croem A -r,-. .".. 000. make an oflar. Call 4M-1463 MOTORS
I P.M. PhoniCLASSlVltD 4064183 ,. ..
idreway I ntllea Nona 00 THRU BEDROOM. two bath CB Inc. h5. 1447 Salt Main so.Olnud
oa 301 Woods adwstoriioo ouaa. 1360 down. MU S-TSOi .BI-III1. J4J44New 'IIIr4
REPRESENTATIVEBEERMAN 146 Farms Groves RanchisS 8..185 or Care MU
j ,_CLASSIFIED DISPLAY, : _._ _OIPLAY_ __ FT Lakefront M mllei ...t .fur 130 pm Dries North .a t.kll..d.Hili.. Cars MU 1:4141
01 1 Lakeland on Lake Hatchtneha. NO DOWN .hl.nd Blvd to Oranada turn rich toKathrrn .7 OPIN SVININOS TILL
ACRES S year old oranie Lait lot for .. at S4SOO Hub Hill. Thro. bedroom psmcnL. ear..rI. C. turn left to Modal at S P....
rove Exoellent potential 105.000 and d.,. Can to by boat lo KUmmee lurnlsllsd.ooluruiuiuid. 204 Malls I 3710 Kathryn
with 10 year termi. Call Red or Miami Bee R. C. Lola trent 48*-2174. I.
REALTY Slik dayi SIS-3711. avinlnii(861SOS R L. Oardner. a L. Enke or Bud $ITS DEPOSIT, SAT 50-m CLASSIFIED DISPLAY_ .
64 DODGE-4-DOOR SEDAN Lol. al Dicka Realty 1011 tut 535 Meadow (corner Com.::.I--
REALTOR: ACRES In 12 year old ..... 4 lain 81 Phono MU 01133.WATERFRONT Rd I. Thom bedroomi CB 1Hathe
392J South Florida AVIMU ..rei of e.tra woodid land small hardwood fI..... atilpler.
03161COUNTRY I.k.. Hlihway frantaae. Do.lrablslo'at300 LOTS 84-8R03; 4B1-S72S nllhti I IIIOUTJI.IDII
PLUS Factory Air Conditioned 10 bo subdIvided Phoni
MU 3-1383 $10.00 Down LOCATION three "
bedroom, two bath panel PlorIdsroost

230 H.P. V.8 ENGINE (met REGULAR gasoline) LIVING 30 A GROVE Choice$10.00 of river Month lake or dltionhio. central. buIlt heal III bl1chip.and air fornon can.ot. .

3 Speed Automatic TransmissionPower at home Ita on bait this build 30UJOO your ahadedIte dream 20 ACRES oearlnt 10 acree In 1-4 canal front lots Ideal for Ills down 500-rou 1100 par down cloilnt-or roil noth- 30"WE'RE

costa. All on aour. Oood crop ..I. 3102 Touni Court. 4407700LAKEFRONT .
Steering on Carter !Road You muitea Valencia crop IOM With crove 34 a weekend cottage Highland
to appreciate phona S43-1S77 HOME: Lot SO 375
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A. I Improved paituri booM.IltIll big trees Only 45
Super Foam Front Seat 486-I3BS equipment ahed Irrlaa- to water Fanced ,..01. S roomi.
I "'"dow SIck.r' **. lon well t 3oOO. Only S17 800, minutes from Lakeland. 9 4 _.oom.. S bathe. Florida room
Safety Padded Dash I Morris Rister Realtor : with brick fireplace. Hardwoodfloors
$3422.05 down JOHN MITCHELL. Realtor miles north of Dade Cityon Lane .....n.d porch over.ookini .
Ava SS3-4114
2401 B Florida or
Windshield Washers 080-40U8. 301 at TALISMAN. lake on 3 eldei. S34BM
ineludei electrical appliance
Variable Speed ELECTRIC Wipers M ACRES Vul Uncta.roh. nice Open Sat. & Sun. MU S01R4LAROE .
. .
VUlt Ills .
orop Included 1100 000. S yeaterme. NICE homa and twoapartmenta
Tinted Glass, Windshield Only Call Red Bilk day SSO 150 Miscellaneous I on 3 lota near Kath.
Anti-Fre OPEN HOUSEIn 1711 avenlnte ee..1801. leen Huh School Sea this before
rou bur Apartmenta will makepayment. 30 NEW PONTIACSOnly
White Sidewall Tires GOOD CROP MU 8-4889

Pushbuton Transistor Radio 30 acm 710 Valencia. 311 Jaffa. STREET WEST OP WEBSTER ]. Street Tb... _.oom.. two. tile ( A Few Days Left)
231 Minh 0 P lift Duncan bathi, paneled Florida room. Hear
ALL THIS . PLUS . Many other fine features such O p. 013,. S7S.000. 20* down 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS. S300 DOWN 0'0' Fark MU '-'171.
as .
BRIAR BRAE Jim Powera. with T R. Tucker BUT OFFER will taka thle three I This month Pick your selection of a new
bedroom ta bath home ID South.
Torsion Air Rid. HSBMBBHHBEBBBB J.. Realtor, (80-7173 or avenmieas0117
MEMORIAL.: 4SS4107 ANTTIMI sail Lakeland Larte paneled Carolina Star Chief Bonnevilleor
Construction famIly room. Many eitraebedroomi. Tempest, ,
CI..I..., Helahta Blvd
Drlvi out
Self Adjusting Brakes I LEAVING .1110. mull Grand Prix -
paat Carlton Palraora 10 A Lakefrant Grave 151 Real Estate lOll. 6U J.moolo..n. CB. th...
I Safety Rim Wheels $ to Slot OlIn HUhland Drlv BR leraae home Hobby overlooking room, rd; ExchangeWILL two bathe, panel Florida (IN* 1t....". I. Otfar Ratuiaa)
look tar
$2 918 and build dlehwaeherutility .
Priced rtiht with room In
olsen property
Safety Door LockiBatterySaving .....II.nllrm... EXCHANGE 1 bedroomapartment duo.laa room Inilde and out redwood .,
In for
BRIAR fence. double drive walk.
with the Valrpcl
10 A flrnve .,. lar property In L.k.l.nd
ALTERNATOR crop S47SUO 3't down ln. dUUnce to ...mm., and pro.po.ed write 'own ticket
escluilvely with 111000 ranae Call 844-382 for Now you can your on
Hated Junior Him BchooL Frlco
40 A Orante erova pronertv noodroo
32,000 Mils Lubrication ( eat 685.000. 204 down. In/o..lloa. 4400 down IBS month PIt....
I 4,000 Miles Between Oil' 10 A Heavy produclna trove. Ir- TRADMI' WE lot 'em' We mtk 4H8-8045 after S. America' 3rd place seller in '63 and a
Changes eml Oil Hi today: Km Harrla
CECIL ROSENBLUM rliatlon '"1._. 39% down R..llo.-E.rh..or. IO-3111. NEARLY MEW two .bedroom CB
130 A Orann ray" Good crop bath. Florida room city waterbui .' margin even more in '64 PONTIAC.
>et. 4325000, 28\ down, WILL TRADE equity bamt 4 .. city taiei. ISSOO TermiOwner .
ALSO DRIVE THE "FUN-TO-DRIVE-CAR FOR 64"D REALTOR: bedroomi. t bathi doubto carpor .
110 A Orante irova at real SOP
1131 .... ".. MV .8031 nth aa* down for 10 wide houietraller. 1(7
Wilt Lon.. 1R1.73I1.


W. Main SI 11..103 Nrw brick duplea horn and In. today's Cars For Sale ads : ,

LAKB DESPOIl. Wilt .Id.. .1.... coma. MM collate. oichanie for
.4 1.1. WIth .._ I" hau Urouod. homo In city or county or for In this section and be TILL, 8 P.M.
100' 125", Doilrahle' location 1 land Small 0.. bedroom horn OPEN -
$1830 rlced only I 13.500. 4300 down: 147 Income Property n.iar Dixieland eirhanie for land amazed by the excellent
UB month No doomS com. Bm.1I 3 bedroom CB born In I.tna values Don't delay. Highway 92 & Rosa St. Phone 682-5125
TWO DUPLEXES Hour apart i Park 0 orsian.o r 3 b04ooDlI
menu kltchene fvrnuhad Air balb near Camphor H.lihU
A. S. MORROW conditioned Eicellent return o" Lam (2 000 aq 11.3 bedroom CLASIPIKD. DIIPLAY_ .
In.lltm.nl. Phone 4NCM2114S 3 bath on its for om.11.. placBouUiiato :

B..ch Of ho. 188.811 FRONTAGE. two homo. I.
.01 5. Memorial
Induitrlai aonlni area. Reduced
Leahy. Realtor. 710 North M..... KEN HARRIS

HOME.INCOME. Property for lale.: Realtor Eichanier LMLAI
LOTS 71T N. Tenn Avenue, OS S Florida Av.
,i'* Nfl Rattle To Trade Hl./i :r..o".a bows wIlls Florid 1 606-3101 I II
EACH! room and two _.0001.. Alto twroom .' I \It
$695: four ....Im..11 and doutaraae ., TOMLINSON'SLOT
OIl Good Pint VaderaRatlni 152 Real Estate Wants] I
Wa have several Iota left In RobInaon for flnanclnt. Cal
Pines. All are 85' 104fronllni 8SO-S37S after 4pm.
BUNKER HILL Inc. on er.... BW", ,. City TWO FURNISHED epartmentand LIST YOURPROPERTY I

water snd utilities! 4100 downwill beautltut laraa home on 3
ha&dls Call T. R. Tuckerr lou outline city. Near Ksthi.enMISS WITH US
J PsalM, 488-7173 or stop by BI lura and tea UiH. NU I OF
CALL 682-3135 315 N MaiiachuMlta Ave. (oroompicU S-4H81
4.501(1.'CLASSIP3ID. "IT %Shorty can"t SELL It. BORM I
IT DOWN" R L. (Shorty) Palner -,
302 West Lemon Street Lakeland, Florida NfMsIS Realtor, ( S ,
PRIME uoUo Doaca >-.Wtl I INeit
DISPLAY :. I (neaiee to e. TIns. Are ParklniUU '62 CADILLAC Fleetwood. White, block and whit.

DOWNTOWN : interior. Complete factory power $3795

PY4PI INCOME WI GET reiullal Nerd Uatlaea' equipment and air conditioner
I lor lalo ...IaI. Mel Rudy. Real.IU7 .,
.... last Manorial Sa-4107 I '62 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Holiday Sedan. Radio,

I. INVESTMENT WILL ASSUME ..,,,,,," on three heater, power steering, brakes, hydramatic,
bedroom S bath hornS. Uw downpayment.
i unIts located on ona of Lake 0002060.CLA$5Il and air conditioning.
ind'i beet cornrril All rrated $2795
ewrilent return For further In. DISPLAYOVER I Extra clean .
formation call . .

USID CARS4 I V "I.I ,4 '62 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4-Door Sedan. Radio

i CECIL ROSENBLUMDESIGNED ,...Own." Spicbolh6 I IA heater, power steering, brakes, electric windows

and scats, hydromotic and
*JALTOR I $2695
I t13t 10. ".. A... Ioro1103.. '63 RAMBLER Ih. : air conditioning . . . . . .

v14 n..1 05,1010 .2.D..r...Ion too.150040t4 _.. '60 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full power equip.

I ..............n. ment and air
......... I $OAAOC

These Cars "MUST" Be Sold This Month! FOR LIS$4 ... conditioning . . .... sCOrO

I 60 BUICK .. Heater, power steering .
brakes, automatic
Catalina. Automatic, power steering, $"| OQ C transmission $1295
62 P PAUL NAYlOR . . .
ontiac brakes, conditioning . . . . . . $2345 I O7 7 ads do It quick. h.1' '
59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille.
MOTORS Complete factory

'61 Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic, $1 085 ly easily economically. 1547 last Main $0.6Iod I power equipment. Extra clean

Plymouth power steering . . . . . . . $1345 ,..... I $2195
To order 'em call MU C.ro MU one owner . . . .
Curt MY 3.0864h.
Station Wagon
61 tronsmi.$1 IU/0 6-1151 for an ad.writer. OPEN lYc-OINOS TILl.S '59 FORD Fairlane 500
CorvairE3.ai ... Hardtop Coupe. Radio
lion . . . . . . . . . P.M. I ,

.l Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic, power heater, power steering and $ QOC
59 steer$1175 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .,IIII automatic transmission . O J
DUICK ing and brakes, air conditioning . . . .

Conrertible. Radio, heater, automatic, power $ '59 CHEVROLET"BelAir 4-Doar V.8, radio, heater .

60 B Uick steering and brakes . . . . . . . . .. $1695 425 power steering, brakes, Power. $995

glide. Extra clean . . . .
Catalina. Radio, heater, automatic,

62 Pan't.lac power steering and brakes . . . . . $2295 1795 '57 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Complete Factory

98 Sedan. Radio heater automatic power equipment and air condition.
power $995

60 Old steering and brakes, air conditioning . . . $1745 1425 ing. Extra sharp . . . .

59 Pontiac Sedan. Radio. . ., heater. . ., automatic. . transmission $ 835 200 '56 power OLDSMOBILE brakes, hydramatic.88 Holiday Sedan. Heater,

. . . . . $ 945 $595
One owner . . .


Automatic radio .neater,, many oihtr factory .ccauorlet This car See
I navar titled, carriei pow tar factory warranty. I TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS tne ef tkiss cevrtseii "' .111I..,

Was NOW$2804.31 $1QQC I77O I 14 W.lk r Sim KKkar.to.* Artys TalWrt. Ira.hH, H.rtall.. \

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\ KERLEOy Laksland "fitaflVsrftrt far Guilty, eittt Valve for Over 33 yierir i'

938 East Main St. Xa. >v Phone MU 2-7173 i

Highway 92 & Rose St. Phone 632-5125 .

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153 Hoviti Fer Salt 153 Hswssi For So!. 153 Hsusss Fer Sale 153 Houses Fer Sale 153 Hoatss Fsr Sale! 153 Hess.. fir Sole 153 Hisses Fsr Sill

153 Homes Fir Silt 153 M..I.I Fr Sal U
Natives KnowNewcomers I A GOOD BUY



BR. ) bath home with large A COLLEGE 3 50(0 toner fool ,
ar**. not a atrfpoovnl In thla CB home. 'h""to"tv.r a Aon Or*.* Worttiw rt FHA MANAGER
CASABELUUed All BRICK HOMES Cuntrea'lonal betide and luundaUona. living room and fireplace. 3 bedroom homo In *n>*llnl r*. 'a'. tar.. plenty of room foractlvltlM Corner Clmland Itilihtt BIT*.
full S ft M tllnli Poured Florida I nalr. Central lincOln elr rnliuon r.mll and rant rlthl and Italian Itoad ImmMltt
eonUnOO\ll twrlnwur turn 'ronrorDOr room, screens irium Lot 17till. Bomtumitur Winston II lake. The home oonel.1 development aaaelalllUe $100 DOWN
Of Hi. kllUld drlVttnaned l NO dew Pan..S. M tot to *orn0rj :3 tttdroia. t*. porch. work shop and 2,000 iuoluctint rani* and re* HeightsBrand t1.bmiroomu I bath., II.' llvIM tuaitntitl -
loanromnlunent profit hold for In.
... raw lull Uir bath, with full thicktilt rleerator Only 114'SOO'OQ 1 J1 It1 dlnlni room. 50 t or
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( .OraJa. .
Mirmm .
SMALL ta a tarmnt *m .v tot an lelt. wits. meeh and toralchcoat beautiful white Leghorn til.000 00 fat .. 30' paneled famllr room with otnt tad approtlttloa.Sottntila 1
a tad KB1U ) U th* alhbornood Not SIll USe lived to Iheet taila* fuitartT. new three bedroom iltrhm and bath All of thli for Many ihotoe hornet IB all lot..
meet tooth far .1.... hen*-Abo airconditionedfully coniltl.r 171 ft. Bnath florid wm. Complete! redecaritedl
roth Interior etude oa *lsieea ONLY too Will trade
ooawatibUltr and laitlniow ...-. '''''b ,,0DO' Iw.nl, '0.... L. BRYANT one and multi-bath brick 05 ornalbi SIb stoporty Cal .r inaon.II.e. A...,. Iron..... PeoN ttroet Monthly ...,.... .. law at SM
we may offer I : IMPERIAL willi 1 1I ....II''p eon.. .nd equipped egg house and block homes. 2 ha.. Ohs tat1)14.. 3 aide.. Toll M t real ....pe,. top by ttr tfflo .. tan.IS .
:.Jon*. '::& ... :t and,< acres of pasture-CO 10004 Io."m: IIROUk I.MOt Lttcltnd O_*| Ho.pl Ul-Bltht N. .._. Art. Lakeland

CONSTRUCTION CO. : .\\ .. .. tabbed Name brand apollanoM 1742 Model Open Today lou, 100 ft *. Lak.l.nd Hili.Boull. .
er. (M.asmUi $200 DOWN ..,. .
Stately 2-Story : and compare or 411 ft. rare tire*!
i INC. . on florid A'.. to Alamo NEW 3 BR. 3 ilde. IHMUtnt ill* tar .....1. T. RTUCKERJr.REALTOR .
Brick bam with alt of tht her- tarn :* t4 tooond at-not. POOL OPEN HOUSE (West on Memorial Blvd. sal Bulldini, Motol *t rule.
.,."11'' traditional feature that' 4it ... PIa. a.*. I nail turn rt ;laat IT Iwua toEaan. *a Mt Bt Bear right at high school MM .......* feet of Uvlni .... ilontl Bldi.iruibr .
would at .."....... ta renra-' 1 ThU model oa your rot lot I'I' cur Pt end 5111115 Loran hal
Spaclouj 3 BR home with over interstate 4. Left 75' I 160'. Call a. inaps.i. Lane taktland Rith- HU "''':I
duo. but coat. a* a _.-,... M4-116I 110 too on our tt, lot, til SSO.: at
lira boots Btraae ta thlt, hall elder wlta hem eleiaatatatrwan Mae->> 1' SSMt Ldma. .LJ1- j37: '''' Bro.. 3 baths, Florida room, double , 1719 STAUNTON AVE.! grade school) 1M luidt., .only....0.lot loM for tale, 100'. VA PItA Area Ar.. Property Property. MannarCtASSIFISD Mnatr

flraplaoat .. bata Ih* garage extra large lotwith FOUR ROOMS
formal ""... room aad tho rkhly \ SHADE TREES A' Boger Terrace $3,500 FURNISHED
panal d deal _... Illte".. PRJCEREDUCED Just South of Grove Park "" ---
connected with tht lart dlnlnt GOOD BUY CITRUS. Air conditioning New brick and block deluxe T4 DHIelandl A sand 1 ha I Small
room by a butler pant: bed. and nice deluxe Shopping Center : lot. aroell holiee. Ideal Sir cots- Realtor tts-4l 3
room*. SM, bath, full .... Modem 3 block home. swimming homes Just south of pi*. Term anrans.41LAKE '
close bath
BCLOW EetabllehnlnHihborhood.
with plarnomi mtral klO.. IL.' UUa Uk. new APPRAISALon muoar. and u&D TEKMtt pool fenced In with Beach I Southgste. Kids walk to 59 Chevrolet

1114-L trick home. Turn in... bedrooma RO U T4. House. Only $29,450-South- New masonry home three both Southwest schools. GIBSON

t batha bullt-ia kltehan. sid -RO 1202 bedrooms two baths double JUST COMPLETED Convertible
Tailored for Two 30131' tamllr room vita flr. R. M. Marler & Son CLOSE IN
plic. .. built in ([Right on Young Place off
I p>uo with built-in BarB4. carport. oven
All thla loot Rm'6S824051' Walk Sown town from her u.aIrn""J Automatic .....11I1001....
klatlrolouely toailnirlod eantoaipwary u4 nor* UtuUdon SHADY OAKS MANORJust and range electric ceiling South Florida Ave.) it room, eparate din.
bomt with Holllauworth a 100"MOO' lanaacapad treeahadad : ::;. llaemlni hardwood 3102 Carlton Circle rtdla, htafar. llv with
lot on t lake Shill heat, fireplace. Salesmanon !loore Lrant porch i
new. 33.. '', llrlnt roan. IaS.II1..' with OWNER. Tele-orappointment North of City - Some Term. ::=: kL-1110. wMt to,.
ly' ..... .. party roo... fIllS .ntteeed premises from two to
plod MU 1.334U.OPEN 2622 1310 fMt II U Ontral
NewportBrand > .r.
pttto matter badroom and sites have CITRUS
Best large
Buys In Homes five o'clock.Fusselle heat tnd sir eonditlonlnt Two
beUi. SOIlS bedroom and bata new three IN AT III. bttha lana btdroomtLtrtt .
Doubt. IsraEl. eicellent ttaraitaraaa TREES-others have OAKS luxury CLOSE Tines $899DICK'S

built-in workahop.. *,. ryImpronmeat & PINES-Sites range from I bedroom multi-bath, Florida 821 E. ORANGE 0.0. Pantlrd kltehnn. bo..tuIIIbl Florid rotaPrlota -.
and for mulmim minimum(raeloaUrlag. main.Uaaao . 1 TO 7 la24 bedroom.C't.ARENOOIf I bath Orela i room.blank:I Vi acre to 4 acres In size- & Sons Inc. room, aU built-lns in OAtS PRICED! **,700t' A gtr.laini low. Good flntnclni.CLAttlClID .
a.-U'II-I. I i.orn. ballI br on. oT Lakeland e exclusive section. ) Ju.t V* block I from tht I
Mat blild.rs Prices average $1.500-wlth 'huirlfboard couru An attrarilve AUTO SALES
511 S. Fla. MU 2-5133
SWIMMING POOL beeu'uiurI112o' I
r '
*r Lorai 1 home ronelitlnt of llvlnaoom
You won't tuy lot with nanr I...... oat LOW down paymenta. (South off Easton Drive : boils, 3 bearoomi. and II I I Oil I. Mt", MU 1.1110
outgrow .
and ,
I reel many pretty ahrufa ilaiued In rear porch Oh re aecreened
REDUCED $2,750!!! baSal feature* of ihl. I.In* hom just west of New Jersey m front parole tieo Jot DISPLAY
Thla ImprottlT bat ........,. ,-. an' ita doubl flnpiare. sunup SHOPPINGis I. feet drop fur tarifenln*
. Florida room and kitchen with Road) .. rental uultt.I Call toInepecl.
bo. Couplet and lamltlt
room NEAT
Hit-In, ra. ... 0-," and -, - OPEN HOUSE HO1041KEN' .
her with
kt been happy *
tb. formality af th. II.... and bedroom CB home. Screened I 'ala and lIt-UIII'I.- 5o5 at. very convenient to this!

dlnlaf ""' .. and tile caeaal bitPamlly pool and patio area. Florida nice 3 BR home with 2

room Iii room bathe S. rortottly Upstairs .bd... dining room area. Range Snailano. baths Florida room, dining BRIAR BRAE MEL RUDY HARRIS Public. Auction

hal lawa and ......... Th. prtc. refrigerator, washer, air' edA boos.Uaa llvin In on*room or the 1 hodseine. bent* room. double garage and It-alto Iomhafoi: LYLA
.. BL-Ml-d
bat bad a an* 1\10 1801 B florIda AYO.
conditioners bathe beautiful 14 I SHADE OAKS-1241 Edge- Hart It brand 051 hooat that
carpeting and Florida Room and aetna nip. a LA-REALTOR lte.J It 1RETIRED
re; ben with dlahweiher, wa.her Drive Is U Uulr luxurlouai carptunt, pan.ilOo .
water near new
DignifiedA. drapes Included. Drop In and drm. Al... larte breaklait 'In. t>I..., tlatt ro,., . MORTGAGE BROKER 1204 West Street
. have a dip . or a room adiarent t* tao kitchen with Wards and Sears Shopping wtrmUt and ll..abllll that Stall 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. Ruby
old.r. pnfottlr Bialalalntd r.tl Ih01.InAII of the brd- a htuto a horna. A p rfct corapltmcnt -
$24,500 with terms RN
and dalllbtfullr BOdornlMd boaio look! 305 Azalea. RO-1098 ooma have Una rloen* andmanr to BRIAM BRAS. "Lak*. dial 686-4107 any time ? (Conner tf Central
ball-in.t.000a1.rot. ......... Add,_".
wlUila view l of tat lakt. Cratral- This It ,ta Ideal home for th* and. hew
l>' MaWd and alraondltlonid.mature lamllv with children. Pal reae11 Dcl, Sub today
and colorful landwtplni MEL RUDYLMLA on.bl pr01ad. W. wIll ho slid to Rtrt't a compl.uir tad ttuu.ulr .
I bodroomt tpaUIrt with bam thorn p.sR0.1160. 708SCOTT furnltbed eottato, handr to
and that .erttakrr dowattoiribodrooa REALTOR KELLY BEN OLSEN Builder A BEST BUY s-OreS, .balk eHuron "'.1'. ideal Sale 27th 10 A.M.
vlth Pta bttlu All tlwriant BONNTB.DRryB.Sparloili. lao tht email lamllj. Cult tndcl.an April
1 hMroom lii bath base* In ,
tnUrUinlnt tnat Inoludln MORTGAGE BROKER rrllmt Camphor Ifriini. loc.HnnMoet oro 3.4023: 1 bedrooms bath. .ntral keal"le Itt. a real bartaln tt
a tails formal dlntnt room 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. reeeonaulr prlrrd at .1 REALTOR-LMLA ,and air. J( -to wall carpot., 3800. Clark Rosily Sat-403U
IpMlal appolntmont noeMtan atlatpooW WO,000. Oood flnanclni, RN-4AI 4.0ne. carport.
but Itt ttpoeltUr lm.portaat dial 686-4107 any time I. 213 So. Tennessee LAKELANDHIGHLANDS Going for the high bld-a three bsdr.am frame
that row att It. CU nil EDOIWOOD DRIPS MU 2-5195 $18,000
109-11. 1IOHT: ON CLCVILANOHUOHTS STYMMx01 Oft VKAR ROUND horns will cinitrnctsd. On a large will
aoL.p coucas ..parloue LIVINU. COUNTRY BSTAtB.hre Vlry
1 bedroom. S bath h '.. Jimmy Lawhon MU 64375 .2.1011 doon. or will r'onnldst ai rwi In th* heart of the
$50 PER MONTH ... .econd OmorIsiso. IlIa.V8OII. shaded Itt In a fins nslghbsrlioad.
modern In reepert and InKrrt 4 btdrooma. S bathi, I ear tat moat beautiful aummvr noma KM- corner ,
A. S. MORROW condition B. to aet Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898 lot lion In WMKirn North Carolintnear
I tnd I _..... tn... bUss this brtutltul home Watid on. U4OOO.l"rait. larto. shaded 2115 John Arthur Way Plnwlni: Dork slot {toon* Good financing alrsady lit op. Dtlvi by and
Raalttri LMLA that mutt b. told Immtdlttol art* iso' lot la thli tlnoloca.Ion. Jim Blackwood MU 2-6716 North Carolint ramouelf Fnownnation
lot C. Tinnoowo N* aaalifytnt. .. tloaini _.. 10ntr. RN41SCLCVRLAND. i :.bwlroom lot.Thaat S. bath brick bomt. Sylvester Shores nd tood wide water far a.Y,ci,>llrnt nort*cllmat ion rs see this property before salt dats. For fern
Can MU S-3111 of MV S-ST85 ... Minimum .... aarawnt. nice
RCTOHTS frit. will be with a
and ran moo n. For Infomatwa hu bren reduced on ;j Idral' bouiot undtr tonitnietlonROY lull .nr\::\ pa>tur*. Iwo ttall thor InformatIon. phone AuctIoneer 6860121.
Mont Moadaf. tartuak. rrtdar Ima. retirement bom on h".utl'u''lnl OPEN HOUSE bare, .... ipar for food
In this fine ....tlon of Likelandpaoloua. THOMPSON Horns hat all modotrrntoS.lmflo -
well con.tructed 1 bed- NEED ROOM! hosted with oil furnare.uoU .
PER MONTHTwo MU 2-6118 'm osoosory. Can b* bouiht for ESTATE SALE REALTOR :' to sarIs room, Lara* alKih-
61.85 ahooi dtwe. the nstmrn. S% en with lois of canlnnt and Auction Means Action
OiI4Pt1blo S75 00 Per Phone MU 1.3111 or MU 3-41}] no.010? :: (10} w Park Btnt Open for LOTS OF ROOM! I three bKlruome. bath 94 linI ln*
....... CB bom tt 1010 Ito lion today 5 to 6 pro. *nrloti.a taraip pavM
Wee. Canal la Rawlt Park Par- Etaatlimt frame bnntalow I oa forner 4,4 tpaclout ""' lawn

minI principal laeludat and 101 tana<<... SIM Iniurano dowapumtnt *. "COOL MAN"Ton H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR air rondltlootiaral1 lot. Purol.h.with double... inelud aarai*elreulator *piano. Lowaxa LAKE HOLLOWAY Well her. It Is. 4 big bed! with U. :m.I..th'r"'J:/: .rui J Deposit 20% On Sale Day

on* extra nice .. las ft. Lakt front property with rooms, 2 nice baths located ('arallna. Boon tiehtnie
will onto? l : 1t10''i: t7,OOO 00 commitment ao.iTabl.. many ISa tar... :3 btdroom S btth, just outside the city limits OPEN HOUSE
ssi-im epacloue, rMiirallr rDon : paraol. ala 00 a mootn InoludliuO. a a/.. soiled b.at. PI. room
pHoirs home. tart paneled Fla room.ulldllit '"*' ..t. aorttnod patio, beautiful tarpt on a GIANT 97 X 290 lot In April 26th, 1:30 to 6:00 P.M.
door to patio formal din. Fred W*..b! :: Pollard. Jr and dripn. All trill pIne llth.
I. rm t"=. ) (art* BRa. 05tH Bob Wllllamt'Autiurndal S. KUHrt. MU I-JTS1 los and twlmmlni at four lid. Southslde. Great big kitchen CLEARWATER.BELLEAIR .

built tile I".. Ino dlahwaeher. dream bi.ih.o dlapo.. a. Plaid I Ummtrraaan* Wo 0-45101, Jr. I door Sit Lakt Hollowt BUd and great big breakfast
ONLY $100 DOWN! al, oak floors doable rarportPrlr MO 1177 SEDMERAAucrlonser
extra master
lust rtductd M SJttoO: IH Sauth Florida A "uMO DON W. PAYNE area
Two and three bedroom 4-3 Ul I.
RO-1110. 307H r. Mail Bt. Pb. UTJ 1-S4I LOTS bedroom, paneled Familyroom
multl.bath In Branch Of fir*-i lit *. Oleander SPACIOUS SPANISH
homes some .11 00112 REALTOR IULA Wt tint 4-oOilM It. ton** C-l hardwood floors, enclosed -Realtor Liquidator
various areas from $89901! TED TOWSON for bu.ln.t on BotUiildt tf Gary excellent HOME-Located in BELLE-
Rd LM Itta garage, AIR ESTATES Finest
HCALTOR LMLA condition. This Is a place '
.. LAKEFRONTComfortable residential area on Flor
HOME! Call ....31.* two chirp. frame 3bod000rn AIM Vitv a Met lot With hlih- there Is ROOM for all. Very da's West Coast! Authentic -
l\k bath borne with fronttta tontd C-l fat ProIcxlonal -
war yard no city taxes on
Fully furnished new three & LAKEFRONT r.u tt will ctrpetlnt In llla Bulldlnt.J. design! ; 13 rooms In
bedroom, multi bath on room and tlnlnt room. All (I.... city sewer, and many other eluding S bedrooms, maid'squarters KNOX 48'xlO1TWO

large lot outside city North. A QUALITY HOME Just Outside City roo_ 017.550.FURNISHED. features nuke this one of banquet-sized( dln-

Only $12,0001! RO-1060. with atlraetlv red brick en.tranot 413 tatffetlow CB S ROOM. HOMES J. C. BYRD the rnoxt-room-houses you tog room; plus balconies\
froallnf on New "...., hom. 3 8mR.... a bush. fernUr have ever seen. Priced at BEDROOM $3595
Thro .
Road Ha. on. of th* prMtleet room permanent roof drapn room. .r. on tutu Realtor-LMLA porches and patios. 5500 sq
Pla room wi Is avIarist. 0.ubl.carport. and rod.. crolon fmc*. RN 12.1 lot KMllent condition Zoned *n unusually low figure of $350 Down $61.18
ft. 100x12
Put.. 17 500 ti crt.sas.a limited tommerolal. Will rent or Orson rark . .. .. .. .. .wnl living area.

MEL RUDYLMLA pOrol.* of.iooooo SMIOO,"aioathlrparmant lailude CRYSTAL LAKE AREA .Attract.II. two bedroom with e.. t. i Ttterbark Aeoelttt. .. .. .014000 Heights R01220 at Is 3237 waiting Cleveland for a foot lot with sJLfUy.*' uWI. :, I- -,,- -, .I

REALTOR ...... KO-10DS. tra lob Ideal for retired tolki. I. C. P.trn.st.t .. . .. .U.1014 ties. Priced at 134,80009
BRICK 2417 KIwanis ".000.. family who needs to spread For details or appointment 'PACEMAKER 56'xio'
ooraer lot. CB, I roome. 9 out call W. D. Neale at Clear.
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. 3 BEDROOM :!! .. Ill bulbs, aorn j MARY LEAHY
dial 686-4107 time Corner" lot ao tlty u.... ranTenlrnt Btllt In *ta>* and *vnPIION BEST BUYS exclusive by water 446-5073 or,> evenings
any to arhool and ...... FriretllOOOOo. IEAl.TORno 442-6536. $
lloatOO dawn 17(00
N. Ma.s. .12..141
per moath Include, taut. ItO John King 686-4877 ** * **
Henrietta Bless 682-1287 FOR APRIL BELLEAIR REALTY.
$4250.00t Office 682-4147 - - - - -
64 tht total Brlet of UiU S room KM Wt Falm two bedroom

/ TON PICKUP ptrtlr maid* *turnUhrd BlTd hi.tt lot Let, homt n....r ahow W with*>t ro M earn >"-. HAUGER REALTY TODAY-2 TO 5 louttatttt hootS an beautiful Bhopplni lot Center ilott MO to 2011 S. Fla. 686-7103 1200 Indian Rocks Road RITZCRAFT 50'xlO'ONE

M obUtauoa. KNOT. INRPBCT: Ulll bettMlul III'.. bid.room. .1 1111. hom Bellealr I
ELDORADO I" E Orans lit. Sal Rllltld four
two bath hom todtr. ttluit
CAMPER CB HOMEFURNISHED '.....ILALTOR ak the .I.D.- LMLA III. Owl Is whit roil ar* looklnt torroa !not with pool ready, tlaia for. to tummer Ptlmor.School..11\.rHO 4 BEDROOMS $3849F
If want a ololr' well kept
torn. In.a mort d1rabl area 1107 two ''We tI... levetr 4 bedroom S bath COST BUILDER
Automttit branimlatl! and 4-CB ,...Iobld moOd Spas na rrAT 434 CARLTOII ST.NO 120 Blckorr, duplet htrlnf.. 'home en eoulh.ld. earner lot I BEDROOM
trino. wraraka Inin $21,500
mtwmr U
:: avartaieiita. Bbutfletoard aaurtti DIXIELAND tnrot room ipirtmtnto Lari* rooma Including nparate
> WOSIIt '** .tTor additional ; ual half and inlay Income from dlnlnt room den and Pie. '
List $7000 unit* Weet aid*. .Inoomeaknut sraciAb-walk to Bhop ln. arSchool. Uir half ntod _..nl.", lotaIon. Jiint rIch for I...* famIly Cen ,
ooooo ., BIG HOME tral alr-oondltlonlni. lot. of doe.at lilt stenO, three bedroom Owe
t a roar Owner rtlirlut T III.. 1 bedroom.lrplaot or IN 1190 lath, conditioned
; air horn ItBouthild
ball tlltr. IN '12'. hard floor., two thrat bedroomlorn pare, hardwood
OUR pin Ariana.
LITTLE RANCH '.11 W. """, oun.. Call C; *. 5.01*, Ml Pier or Mumt -
5995 >.reh.e. ...... *a ale lot. AND in lane torner "' \. aloe* 24.024. d.tain yytt& .
PRICE I IDICK'S DON W. PAYNE : ONLY MOOS Tor.... CU11M-1. IhU .. what U rilled a ranch In M DUltland. Brhool. UN aOn Road 'NO' Per tppolntmtnt prwenl mortat. wnone* S.. J. HIM
Callfen.il It ACHES) Th* Horn acre *n Counlr Un I
!' LAKE MORTON It CS oaatrueUon. hat t lartebedroom I utt North tf Dr.... ruld Koad BERKLEY 686-0429
AUTO SALES 9om KMala BtntiMU I-SU3 .. I bathe. beiutuulkltchea onlr H.3>o. UO 9OT1IBlt 1 Vetfroomi, Itt bathi, Ixautlful
AREA tpaelcua llvtnv room Bollr Road, Sand cement and .paclou. hum* f.aturlni I
1011 I. M.I., MU 2.16JO I CLA"'ID DII LAY I J t Bdrfa .....*. I.... ... ilmoet 94140 ft. In fact there block. horn wittt sal 'I..... alto family' .lac eneloeed D.llo. ria, ___CLASSIFIED:DISPLAYSELL .
- ilnlni room nor Id i Rn... FLUB Ia over 1400 M ft of area ".d., Iwo ear tarat. does lot Ittal room xrellent..I..d..pln. andaterattmauti
Purnlahad VFPER AND 1X>WIRDUPUtZ !, roof Uwiud oa Wtiker Rd. off lOKttlOB BO 1103 block from feature. it YOUR CAR
oa at 10'11_ Swindell OWNER WILL CON. .I4. H. Kwturkr, thru. bdroomTom buelint Mop 'beeurrhe -
roar d umlehMi Call C.
AOL I ......OOI1Io-Lto... Apt I Slots TRADB FOR EQUITY III II..... ,.. to .school etore* MV 3-03J4 tt eee KLIKMMCHESTER 5.08TEa. TO US.
Bedroom each with bawl 1110.rootod. SMALLER 110.... MO 1IW4 Call md nw Imporial Hank. Trmitialtabl I WI PAY TOP 'ICES fOR
11)100 T...... IO-ailS. John Contain MU S-U1T. *. KO 1113jll .I ANY CLiAN USED CARS.
B CllII.". duple on cornerlot :
...,. a 1..1" MI1 S.a31O thot.hel. Ownr loin Norto MOTORS INC.
T.r... ..r....... 10 9141bmil MALTOI LMLA ,
Pomalana. Uk Olteoa Ct- Arrad. tldi. eul-1175 1500 W. MtmorlollM.Ph. .
with loads af tptrt for u.. r... ... IonS two bedroom
.. On of
II' ...1.... or vea a mail builne with hardwood
In ire CLASSI'ltD
.. bt thlt three _.oom. CB loort, Florida Room. dripee In.rlad.d. . _, r.I
Momb. L" L.AIt..IIo.2t:1S horn with I bath Overelaedaraie.
rard. Owner Utn
: ... PI. A... .11 03151CLAIIPOD Fenced
all loc>ale" a (art errd KO 110)Fusselle
lot 100I1IO' ThIs hornS ta I*.
DISPLAY raWd oa th* south old. not far
tram S. W. Jr. hlth. aovUitit & Sons
Vlli.c eta. RO list Call liar Hannlfaa I EWAIES1

,...Ow.... Specl.1 HOME-INCOME Inc. .11,1
.. I
an thIs Biro property located lat Mn. B. Ktani afU a..TOO '
..? Staid. choir* .... Bear ", collet.Th . M... lola: WIlliams I GRAND OPENING TODAYAVALON
=. I'wt .,, .. I, bUS I* a seed frame I ..... WlnUred Oana ItO I-9U4,
.. .
. - adla Bedroom wilt t ale rental from Roherl b. rueeU MO 91033William I
:: a oaths ..... plu. ta eitrt lot T ruaHll MU t-M4T
edjolnlnt that a nlot djpl. can
-595- bo kulla.. With the added Im-
: prso.rnetd Una property .... real BUYING?
poasibOlIl.. ir a tood 100..i.ImInI ,
with a load return for
I oolr tlJKKl. tO-2144 Call JohtCaokmaa

,I 1047 MOTORS.... Mail St.k. -.1 GILLETTE IMPROVING? 3/4 ACRE 1 ACRE 21/2 ACRES *

u.oa Cira Mu 14044
s.w Mid 3-SIn) lit W. ......... a' a. P1.rlda
I" O"IN IVINt005 YOU.S for residential and com,
P.M. : PHONE MU 2-4179 mercial property financingat RESTRICTED 1IO3IES1TES

I I\ CLASSI'ISD DISPLAY Its modern best, SEE

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::1I I 1 FlriRSTiroER L' I Priced from $1295 10 % Down Low Monthly Payments

I First Oaks Land
j Our i Large and Pines High Rolling

Consigned Machinery e Each Lot Planted with Bahia Grass .'


,, 2'/i Fla. AUCTION OF LAKELAND A Beautiful Four Bedroom Brick

Domtovnt Grant at TtojwtottPnou.
auto tM-tlll

I 0... rtrk- Crystal ttkt Prl't

I Monday, May 4th. :30 P.M. at UiadovbrooKPb.ne, ...-.TlaltH MODEL HOMEConstructed

I 2398 U.S. 92 East Lakeland __ I I
".",.". D nOPLAV

I by Charles Snyder, one of Lakeland's leading builders, now

i If have type of machinery '60 MGl open for your inspection. Drive out Saturday or Sunday to see this home

you wish to dispose any by auction, contact and select your lot. Go north on Highway 98 ( Dade City Highway) 5.3

I you One White RedOne miles past Interstate 4. Look for "Avalon" sign on your right.

JIMMY WALKER SPECIAL Derrfopnieiif aiuf Safe nil


I 2398 U.S. 92 East, Lakeland ,

; Phone 683-3377 AUTO SALES 106 North Tennessee Are. Phone 686271111

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L 90 .}4x Saving Time starts Sunday Inmost
areas of the nation, with! C r -BUrOHE-SII ONE FREE/J
clocks being moved ahead one
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w.ny, Fronk EIK..cb.k'unler' from Winter, H.,..",. who studied I..t! y..r I I. Go""".", .. PLUMBING, INC.I..a.v TAPE W' ILL r""-I n lie 2 far 250O1ip M ,
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fourth In a aeries of MILK WAVE
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lice Traffic Workshops, IS LILT PERMANENT 1"111I11 N. un It 2 (( DePREE REDMOUTHWASH
to put an end to traffic accident MONEY! i
,, will be conducted at the
Schick Shave Bomb as 2'
Lakeland Police l Department a ;1 .. .
starting tomorrow and f II M.Uttto pMviaMr* rW I
ending --... ....
Friday.During the workshops, of LEAN WESTERN, CENTER CUT !: WEST Toothbrush as; 2 '
which there are six, police In 269c B
traffic divisions are given the I LePage's Cello : 2 fir
basic fundamentals of all phases Tapeg; i
of traffic work. PORK DePREE
Tomorrow morning about 40 flhLCHOPS : Wa tn.
policemen will deal with a classon WITCH HAZEL
traffic accident investigation .. .... .
It will be --- H.
taught by Inspector -
Charles Otero director of
training and personnel Tampa 249FLASHBULBS
Police Department. In the after. ROACH
noon Elbert Hugunln, National a a Pest-Guard TABLETS IL".n;I 11 11 2 for
Safety Council Chicago will .
Instruct a class In the PM IL...
records for national safety necessary council BOBBY PINS MM*.*r ML krvniKM 2 '- ............ .1 .. IiA
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inventory of activities. ( Kilt t> $ aa. ILIMIl 11

Report Class Set OR WHOLEBUSH'S DUCO CEMENT ( :;I: 2 for $ 2', I8.0FLASHBULBS A
On Tuesday morning Hugunln
will give a class In how to pre- TURTLE WAX ?wu I :
pare National Safety Council reports ; 2'
.An afternoon class on traffic -
accident reduction and PORK Vista ..._... . .
programs will be taught safety by Floor Cleaner r K, 2 ... aa... Urnrt M I-1).. *f I e.a. -
'I W. A. Nuetzel, safety education
1 L, secretary at the University of SCHICK STAINLESS E::.:.: 2 for 2 for 15.6fLASHBULBS
Florida Gainesville. D.I. BLADES ...
Capt. Blaine Lecourls Clear. Ill IIDEASYOFF
4 .
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instruct a class on remedies for S aa.IPOND'S 4t.1.1 2 for
f inter-sectional problems en LOIN : ..... --.1 12..w5. .. .,,,...1.Q
forcement on Wednesday morning 4 1..1.. .PINN..1-.q.. N u.1044 -
I and in the afternoon, remedies :_? .3 ("IIII.t It
for inner-sectional problems Ill II 44
I control devices, will be 2'1GARCIA
BRUSH TOP 51.0,rn 2'
taught by Francis E. May, city REMOVER
traffic engineer from Ft.Lauder- PORK SAN
7 1 REEL
Chief To Teach LIMIT .NN ...... A",__ MN.AIM ,
Leo On Brooker Thursday Lakeland morning, Chief and AND BEANS THREE lEveready PLASHLIGHT BATTERIES on" 2 for n1.-4H1. Lid OMnSa

Chief Police Willis Department Booth, will Clearwater instructa HUNT'S TANGYTOMATO ZIPPO LIGHTER PLUID ILI.III.?.) 2 for 21.r2500GARCIA
dUI on the techniques of budgeting
for improved police traf NEW STASOFTAION .
tic services In the afternoon, SIMONIZ IY SPONGE He 2 for 39'r REEL
a panel on how to effectively 46 ...... .
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manage personnel en traffic BRECK SHAMPOO SU.M'H; 2' 1 f-..U5I3 r..I-A..$11.15ILf.n.l
duty will be given. Moderatorsfor oz.19C
the panel will consist of InSpector .
'M 2'" for
v. services Harold division Barney, Tampa, special Police JUICE Limit HALO Hair Spray I >. 2 13S

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: tin, head of the traffic division COLA fiDePREE Iron & Yeast N;N 2 fir 1
1\i at the Lakeland Police Depart OR ROOT BEER A |
ment; and Lecourls.On DePREE Orbit MULTIPLE g 2 I" .._. A''. ..... __PIe
Friday police will be doinga SUPER COOLA r
class.project on solutions of
actual locations.traffic' problems and accident 6 12OZ.CANS 3 9c .I DePREE Zinc Oxide Lt w:- 2 lor 2 forGARCIA 75

The next workshop will be CAN DRINKS
held in Lakeland on May 25. I. DePREE ALKALADE w"rA. 2 '- ROD

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