Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00131
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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 27, 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: VID00131
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2733776
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a plan to fight poverty In
Appalachia with nearly $1 billion
In federal assistance."It .
I Perfect Weather For A Day At The Beach Is must legislation," Johnson
said in unveiling the omnibus

Jummtr-tim* w..thet..at Kri *< Ik. .l.n4tn iciirryinf t. was filled and near c.n ware ..,... ...id. the .4-I..die.t. bill at a news conference
I the k..cliM ytittr4, a this ph.t s .< tile Crystal .Lilt. B..chifowt. that the &tu..t,', plont tt .tnUtg ,h. knch .... will lee will Saturday He said that the $220 fr:1
Th. packed ka fiscal year will not affect the
budget because it will be drawn

Red China Snubs Romania OfferTo frpm Johnson Appalachia contingency has made Battleground funds Appalachiaa

nine-state area that extends
from the mountains of western

Mediate With Russia Georgia Pennsylvania and Alabama-a southward specialbattll'ground to

Dispute poverty" In his "war on

He made a rapid and dramatic
VIENNA, Austria AP-Com-, The Russians "agreed In gen !three-party meeting last month In a party statement and long' sweep through three of the
munist Romania says Red China eral" with the Romanian proposal 'to obtain a truce in comtnu analysis of the Romanian mediation states Friday. So convinced did '
has not replied to a Romanian nism's internal war and to set 4 CCh:
the Romanian Communist effort the he become of the need for Immediate
I proposal for a Soviet-Chinese the stage for an international newspaper appealed action, he told reporters -
meeting at which Romania: party newspaper "Sclenteia" conference of Communist party for a truce In the ideological Saturday afternoon, he I

would try to mediate their bit] said Sunday leaders to give the world a display dispute saying it was "worked through the night and "

ter dispute. I!! The Romanians urged_ the _of..unity "the duty of every (Communist .j the morning with other officials"

) party to do its utmost to to prepare the legislation.The ; .
divert the ,,. ........
danger of a split" program Is the product of
The Romanians said the Soviet a special commission headed by
Chinese Romanian con- Undersecretary of Commerce
ference should discuss and final Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr, Captured Turkish Arms

ize an appeal to all the Commun I Here's how the nearly $1 billion
V ERNR tat and workers' parties "to would be carved up: Greek. Cypriot fighttri ........1. ..eund rlHti, machm gum end mmunitlan ccpturtd ...,. I

; solve controversial Issues In conformity -$S40 million to build a 2,150- /tog a turprln attack 0" Turklth Cypriot poiitloni nor Nicoil, .i tporadlc fighting continued .11 i
.' with the 'norms jointly mile highway system. the Uland of Cyprus. tAp<(< Wlrtphoto)
I established at the 1957 and 1960 -$3U million for stepping up
Moscow conferences concerning construction of water resources
relations between Communist facilities LBJ Said Considering
I Karl High Attack I parties 410 million to build new sew

The Soviet* also have proposed er and water systems I
a conference of Communist -, -$22 million in federal grant
parties, confident that Soviet for pasture Improvement.$8.7 Of
Premier Khrushchev's views million $Jn technical.. Expansion Briefings : .
Bryant. Road Policies wduld be upheld over tho$ of slstance for timber management
Red Otfhese marketing and manufacture !
,, / lie.tung. party Peking has been, -43 million for expanded coal WASHINGTON (AP) President Some others have accepted,. thinks any such program'would
cool to such research.$71 Johnson is reported con,. Including New Vork'i Gov Ne. present a lot of difficulties especially -
\ I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'In need of highways, he sale. you'll see that this amendment a conference. million earmarked for iderlng expanding his proposed I son A. Rockefeller But Rockefeller -, If all of the 433 nominees -
V1 Attacks by Rep. Fred Karl Bryant "wants to spend moneyon would cost Dade nearly $1 billion Insults Continue the antipoverty program headed of said he would accept far,House seats should elect
and Mayor Robert King High on a road that will be traveledby the foreign policy briefings pres. only with the understandingthat to attend! such briefings.
Despite Romanian fora by Sargent Shrlver
on the bans of pita
the Bryant administration's road more alligators than cars' present pop halt in the dentlal aspirants to Include : the briefings/ would not tie Morton indicated he thinks
verbal hostilities
ulation. If the ,
building policies and the state's High, campaigning on his population Increase Moscow and nominees for the House and his hands In future public debate some Republican senatorial candidates
Peking continued
method of dividing gasoline tax home grounds In Miami, warned Dade continues could at lose Its present hurl insults at each other to Beach WorkIs Senate on foreign policy and national would hesitate to accept
es among the counties broughtthe Florida's urban residents that rate nearly $2 Johnson has offered to have security background information they
campaign for governor of they will vote In November on a billion. The official Peking J.>eople.1Dally the Central Intelligence Agencyand might feel would tend to ham-
Florida Into the home stretch proposition that can deprive With pine days remaining before charged today that Khrushchev PlannedLAKE the Defense and State departments "Political/ Gesture"Goldwater per full discussion of foreign
today them of billions of dollars In the first primary election had once supported Leon background all generally called Johnson's of- policy in the campaign

Karl, the Daytona Beach legislator road money. May 8, Dickinson made his final Trotsky, the arch.heretic of Soviet ALFRED The city mentioned presidential for "an offhand political fies Johnson has expressed the
went into Fort Lauderdale This is a companion amend appearance in Hillsborough communism. Trotsky I.e.nin'l of Lake Alfred and Polk County nomination possibilities on whaourse ture" and said It was basically hope that foreign policy will not
Sunday to condemn the proposed ment to the reapportionmentmeasure. County. He told his workers he close collaborator and apparent District III have begun the United States is following -unwise to provide, this informs- become the major issue between
two-lane toll road from that city It perpetuates until the was leading in Hillsborough. Pi heir was purged by Sta work on beach improvements and what actions it I is lion to any other than the actual the parties In the November
through the Everglades to Na year 2018. High said a formulafor nellas Orange Dade Broward hn and murdered in exile at the Highlands Park Beach. taking on various world problems -residential nominee.Sen. campaign. Republicans have
plea as a "sham" dividing gasoline tax dollars and Palm Beach ounties and The latest Peking attack on A bath house has recently Warren G Magnuson, reached the general conclusion
The road called "Alligator Al that is based on 1930 population. rough the Florida Panhandlewest Khrushchev was in reply to Soviet been completed and will be Sen Barry Goldwater, RAriz. 0-Wash. chairman of the Democratic 'however that the President is
ley" by its opponents was described Less Cited of Tallahassee attempts to pin the Trotsky. dedicated in the near future, ., a leading candidate for senatorial campaign'weakest In this field and manyof
by Karl as "a typical Burns Holds ShowJacksonville' its label on the Chinese leader following other Improvementsto the GOP presidential! nomination committee, said there had been I them want to be free to voice
example of Gov, Farris Bryant's "Under this amendmlmt ship. the area rejected this out of hand. discussion of making such briefings ,wide.ranging criticism of the

haphazard highway policy," and High said. "Orange County Mayor Haydon ._ _"AWl" I II available for senatorial and "resident's handling of Internaonal -
Bums show fur Ml- JII R.
he said that another candidate, would lose $1.3 billion In the 54 put on a big louse nominees I matters
Fred O Dickinson, would continue years, Hillsborough Count ]y amians at Tropical Park Injuring Presumably this Information
would lose Jl billion Duval $700 free barbecue a horse show Rocket Envisioned FromCluster
this policy If elec'ed. Super would be similar to the "full account -
million and Broward and Palm a trapeze act and a bugle corps, of the existing International ISupreme Court
Claims OppositionKarl Beach $750 million each. Reviewing his entire platform I I situation" which Secretary of'
said he had talked to "Dade County paid more than ,Burns put special emphasis! on State Dean Rusk said would be Refuses ReviewOf
people at both ends of he proposed $23 million in gas taxes to the a promise to veto extension of i Of Solid-Fuel MotorsSUNNYVALE given to presidential aspirantswho
route and found solid opposition state last year and got back only. ho sales tax to food and medl- desire it. Rail Ruling
to It. about $4.7 million, losing roughy cine If the Legislature voted It'l
I Magnuson said he thinks It
At a time when many heavily $18 million Sen. Scott Kelly, at home Such loads would be seven ,would be practical to bring sentorlal WASHINGTON (AP) The
populated areas are desperately _"Prpject) this for 54 years and, Lakeland talked about his record 1 Unprecedented 100, [ I times greater than the heaviest ,i nominees of both parties Supreme Court refused todayto
He said I that
on review a government arbitration -
the Russians have been known brief themn
I payloads soon can I i to Washington to
In In the he'
eight senate
years board ruling that could
to orbit effort to eliminate misun-
I an
Arrested In Probe had helped sponsor or supported the mean ultimate loss of about
6 -- Slacked Like Cans C erstandmgs during cam-
every bill for advancement 48,000 jobs of railroad freight
,algn about the country's forgo
the public school system. Cylinders of rocket power ,! policy course, and yard firemen and other
A loss of hydraulic pressureIn stacked like tomato cans will be train crewmen.
Of Lottery RingsBy his twin-engine plane and a able to loft the 50 tons of useful Sees Difficulties Four railroad operating unIons .
1 narrow escape at Pensacola, cargo within three years Bar Sen. Thruston B. Morton R- attacked the ruling in two
caused Sen. John E. Mathews to a net R. Adelman, president of I RONNIE STUART operating and conducting a lose campaign time. United Technology Center, a division n enatorlal campaign committee, means that the board's ruling
Ledger Staff Writer lottery, released under $!,. Immediately after a takeoff of United Aircraft Corp., I laid in a separate interview he stands

BARTOW Sir I Negroes 500 bond. :for Tampa pilot Judd Chalmers predicts. '
round that the hydraulic system The center Is already producIng -
the Richardson 46, 2118 Goes On Trial/ In
were arrested during Julius I had failed and he could not raise segmented rockets for the Hoffa
weekend as vice squad depu Edwin St., Winter Haven I the wheels or manipulate the Titan JII-C which the Air Force I
ties pushed Investigations Into charged with possession of lottery I rlaps. But he brought the plane expects to be a workhorse Union Pension Funds Case
In the coun- paraphernalia, released I around in a tight arc and landed booster for the next decade ol
lottery operations
under $500 bond. I It safely space launching.
ty.Sgt. head of Aaron Jacobs, 33, Lake Repairs were made and Mathews A pair of five.segment motors CHICAGO (AP) .fames R ing Hoffa 1962 conspiracytrial
James identified the Hamilton, charged wuh aidIng later went on to Tampa. on the Titan MIC will providemore Hoffa president of the Teamsters in Nashville, Tenn The
the vice squad and assisting In' operatingand ear than two million poundsof Union was called to trialon Nashville trial ended when the

arrested as D.: Bennet, 52. 1509 conducting a lottery and lift-off thrust. The vehicle is criminal charges today for jury was unable to agree on a
Winter Ha. possession and transportationof scheduled for its first night the third time since taking over verdict.
Avenue charged D. SE with aiding and lottery paraphernalia t 1'I.tF tests in 1965. leadership of the nation's Hoffa has appealed the tam-
leased under bonds totaling
assisting in operating and Weighs 50 Tons largest union. pering conviction and Is free on
$2500 conviction for
and Already under '$75,000 bond
a lottery pos
conducting Each steel-jacketed segmentof to rig a Jury In
of Tin Ca. Used attempting trial revolves
session and transportation I The present
the first-stage booster is 10 another case, Hoffa and seven
lottery paraphernalia, releas Day and Richardson were Page e'L feet In diameter and weighs codefendants are charged with around a 28-count indictment
bonds totaling $2- returned last the
ed under against
arrested Saturday afternoon, about 50 tons when filled with obtaining $20 mil
... 12 fraudulently 51 old labor leader and
500. and the other four were arrested Amusements "" t. 1 rubbery fuel.Clustering : lion In loans from Teamsters'pension -year-
Bond Set Friday night during astakeout Business News ...... 9 rockets Isn't a new funds. seven others. Conviction on all

Cato Lee, 49 Lake Alfred Haven.Bowen at a. utility pole inWinter Bridge .. .....".... 8 Idea. Last year the center test, A special venire of 100 pros- counts totaling could 140 years result imprisonmentand In penalties

charged with aiding and assisting explained that offi- Crossword Puzzle 13 rte a cluster of 24 smaller'pective jurors was on hand for $37,000 in fines for each of

In operating and con- cers had a tip that a tin can Comic .............. 12-13 n fuel segments tour six,the trial before U,S. Dist Judge! the accused men.
stacks. Anchored to the Another 200
ducting a lottery and posses.sion of lot. attached to the utility pole is Classified ............ 14-15 pad it produced 140,000 have Richard been B. Austin directed to appear They are accused of divertingmore

and transportation, released being used as a delivery and Deaths ................... 2 of thrust during a 14 later, if needed than $1 million for their
tery paraphernalia bonds totaling $2,500 pickup spot for lottery opera. Dear Abby .............. 13 ';.', ,t: burning time personal benefit while frauds
under tions in the county. I Long Trial Seen loans totaling
Richard Nelson 30, Lake When officers the Editorials ................ 4 The superlauncher would be testily arranging
Inspected 120 million from the Central
Hamilton, charged with aiding can at about 9 o'clock Friday Horoscope ................ 12 tall as more a 26-story than seven building million and Attorneys the defendants for the governmentand have said States Southeast and Southwest

and assisting in operating night, it contained two bundles Television .............. 13 the trial to last Areas Pension Fund, of which
lottery. released expect
and conducting bonds a totalmg wrapped in tinfoil. The bundles Sports ...... ......... 10.11 It would cost substantially three to five months. Hofja( is a trustee
under contained a total of three"rundown" Wcrther Map ........- C Thin. h .* .rtn 'i than a launch vehicle of the The Teamsters' president and Hoffa, who succeeded Dave

11.500.Theodore Day, 33. TIS White- operations sheets, Bowen from said.lottery Women ......". 7 Icmwk: vikxl. with payload capacity using an three others were convicted on Beck as Teamsters president in
hunt St., Lakeland charged MfM ..,." says < -liquid propellant, Adelman March 4 In Chattanooga, Tenn.. 1958 has stood trial on criminal
with aiding and assisting In (Turn ho Page 2, Column 4) ....1rt.1I.tl' |of tampering with a jury dur- 'charges six times line 1957,

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t:.... Appalachia with nearly $1 I billion
in federal assistance.
I Perfect Weather For A Day At The Beach ''It Is must legislation," John-
ion said In unveiling the omnibus

Summer-time ...h.. f lektlendan M tilled end the read bill at a news conference
tent tcorti icvrrylnj w l many cert were parted betide -tadicetet
I the beccbet ye.t.t...", .. this ,h... ef the Crystal Lake Beech tHer the county's 'Blent te .,,1..,. the beech .... will .. well Saturday. He said that the $220
.h..... The pecked beech end ....-..eke4 '....in' ....--the ...e received. Ledger Pheto ly Harper) million he Is asking for the next
fiscal year will not affect the
budget because It will be drawn

Red China Snubs Romania OfferTo frpm\Johnson Appalachia contingency has made Battleground funds Appalachia

-a'nine-state area that extends ,
from the mountains of western

Mediate With RussiaVIENNA Georgia Pennsylvania and Alabama southward special to

Dispute battleground" In his "war on

poverty +
He made a rapid and dramat '+ted
Austria (AP-Cora. The Russians "agreed In gen three-party meeting last monthto In a party statement and long ic sweep through three of the

munist Romania says Red China eral" with the Romanian proposal obtain a truce In commu analysis of the Romanian mediation states Friday. So convinced did
has not replied to a Romanian the Romanian Communist nisms internal war and to set effort the he become of the need for Immediate
proposal for a Soviet-Chinese the stage for an International newspaper ap- action, he told report
meeting at which Romania party newspaper "Scien- conference of Communist party pealed for a truce In the Idea ers Saturday afternoon he I

would try to mediate their bit tela" said Sunday leaders to give the world a display logical dispute, saying it was "worked through the night and tr ) .

ter dispute The Romanians urged _the. of unity. "the duty of every (CommunIst the morning with other officials"to -

) party to do its utmost to prepare the legislation ;,
divert the danger of a split" I The program Is the product ofa A 44w-

The Romanians said the Soviet special commission headed by

Chinese Romanian conference Undersecretary of Commerce Turkish Arms
should discuss and fma Franklin D Roosevelt Jr Captured
ize an appeal to all the Commun Here how the nearly $1 billion .
1'' RACE FOR GOVERNOR 1st and wbrkers' parties 'to would be carved up: Greek Cypriot lighten ....mbl. ereund nllti, mtchine gin end emmunillen ceptyred dur
solve controversial' issues In con- -$840 million to build a 2.150 fag a lurprlie snack en Turkiih/ Cypriot peiitioni liter Niceile, .i tporedic lighting continued! ei.
formity with the norms Jointly mile highway system, the Mend ef Cyprut UP Wlrtphete)

established at the 1957 and 1960 -$35.8 million for stepping up
Moscow conferences concerning construction of water resources I,

relations: between Communist facilities.$10 LBJ Said Considering
Karl Attack build
High parties: million to new sewer
and water ,
The Soviets also have proposed systems
a conference of Communist -$22 million in federal grants

parties, confident that Soviet for pasture Improvement. Of
. Premier Khrushchev's views -$8.1 million ,Jn technical.. Expansion Briefings ,
Policies'By -
... Bryant. Road wtftild be upheld over those of distance for timber management '
Red CMnese marketing and manufacture.$3
/ party ChairmanMao WASHINGTON (AP) -. PresIdent Some others have accepted. thinks any such program would]
,, Tie million for expanded coal
-tung Peking/ has been
.. research.$71 Johnson Is reported considering including New York's Oov Nol. present a lot of difficulties, especially -
. ,. po THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'In need of highways, he said, you'll see that this amendment to such a conference, million earmarked for I expanding his proposed son A, Rockefeller But Rock,. if all of the 433 nominees

\. Attacks by Rep. Fred Karl I Bryant "wants to spend moneyon would cost Dade nearly $1 billion Insults'Continue the antipoverty program headedby 1 foreign policY' briefing of -'efeller said he would accept t for House seats should elect
and Mayor Robert King High on a road that will be traveled Despite the Romanian Sargent Shriver, presidential only with the understandm, to attend! such briefings,
the basis of plea fora :
on :
the Bryant administration's road by more alligators than cirs' present population halt In the verbal / aspirants to Include that the briefings would not tie: Morton Indicated he thinks
If the In- hostilities,
population and
building policies and the state's High, campaigning on his Moscow and nominees for the House his hands In future public do- some Republican senatorial can
method of dividing gasoline taxes ..home grounds in Miami, warned crease continues at its present hurl Insults at Peking each continued other to Beach WorkIs Senate. late on foreign policy and. national didates would hesitate to accept
rate Dade could lose $2
Johnson has offered to have background Information
among the counties broughtthe Florida s urban residents that security
billion. The official Peking 1'enple'sDaily the Central Intelligence Agencyand might feel would tend to ham-
campaign for governor of they will vote In November on a
Florida into the home stretch proposition that can deprive With nine days remaining before charged today that Khrushchev PlannedLAKE the Defense and State departments "Political Gesture"Goldwater per full discussion of foreign
today. them of billions of dollars in the first primary election, had once supported Leon background all generally called Johnson offer policy in the campaign

Karl, the Daytona Beach legis- road money May S, Dickinson made his final -Trotsky, the arch-heretic of Soviet ALFRED The cityof mentioned presidential "an offhand political ges Johnson has expressed the
lator, went into Fort Lauderdale This Is a companion amendment appearance in Hillsborough communism Trotsky, Lenin Lake Alfred and Polk County nomination possibilities on what I ture" and said it was basically hope that foreign policy will not
condemn the proposed to the reapportionment County. He told his workers he i close: collaborator and apparent District HI have begun ourse the United States is following I unwise to provide, this Information become the major issue between
two-lane Sunday to toll road from that city measure It perpetuates until the was leading in Hillsborough, Pinellas. heir, was purged by Sta- work on beach Improvementsat and what action it I Is I to any other than the actual the parties In the November

through the Everglades to Napier year 2018 High said, a formulafor Orange, Dade, Browardand hn and murdered in exile the Highlands Park Beach taking on various world prob-I presidential nominee.Sen. !ampalgn Republicans have
"sham" dividing gasoline tax dollars Palm Beach ounties and The latest Peking attack on A bath house has recently hems. Warren G. Magnuson, reached the general conclusion
The as road a called "Alligator Al that is based on 1930 population through the Florida Panhandle! Khrushchev was In reply to Soviet been completed and will be Sen. Barry Goldwater, RAriz 1Wash. chairman of the Democratic however, that the President ia
described west of Tallahassee attempts to pin the Trotskyite dedicated In the near future, ., a leading candidate for 4 senatorial campaign 'weakest In this field and manyof
]ley" by its opponents was Loss Cited I .
Karl "a typical Burns Holds ShowJacksonville's label on the Chinese leader following other Improvementsto the GOP presidential nomination 4 committee, said there had been them want to be free to voice
by as
this amendment"High ship. the : rejected this out of hand. discussion of such briefings
Farrla Bryant'shaphazard "Under area. 4: making wide-ranging criticism of the
example Gqv
and said, 'Orange County Mayor Haydon 4I I available for senatorial and 'residents handling of Interns
highway policy, billion in the 54 Burns put on a big show fur Mi- '
would lose $1 3 House nominee. tlonal matters.Supreme.
he said that another candidate, amians at Tropical Park, Including
Fred O. Dickinson would con years, Hillsborough County i free barbecue, a horse show, Envisi nedFro-J Presumably this Information I
would lose $1 billion, Duval $700 Rocket .
this policy If eletfed Super would be similar to the "full account
tinue million, and Broward and Palm a trapeze act and a bugle corps of the existing Internation Court ;

Claims Opposition Beach $750 million each. Reviewing his entire platform. al I situation" which Secretary of
Karl said he had talked to "Dade County paid more than Burns put special emphasis! ona State Dean Rusk said would be Refuses ReviewOf
people at both ends of the proposed $23 million In gas taxes to the promise to veto extension of Cluster Of Solid-Fuel MotorsSUNNYVALE I given to presidential aspirantswho
route and found solid opposition state last year and got back only the sales tax to food and medicine desire it Rail Ruling

to It. about $4.7 million, losing roughly if the Legislature voted It. I Magnuson said he thinks It

At a time when many heavily $18 million Sen. Scott Kelly, at home In Calif. (AP) orbit by mass-produced Such loads would be seven would be practical to bring senatorial WASHINGTON (AP) The
populated areas are desperately! "Prpject this for 84 years and Lakeland, talked about his rec .Unprecedented 100,000 pound Unto I clusters, says an aerospace(r times greater than the heavies nominees of both par Supreme Court refused todayto i
He sAid that
ned on education. 'payloads soon can be :hurledPowerPacked the Russians have been knownto 'ties to Washington to brief themin review a government arbi-
In eight years In the senate ration board ruling that could
orbit. an effort to eliminate misunderstandings -
Arrested In Probe :;had helped sponsor or supported during the campaign mean ultimate loss of about
Slacked Like Cans
every bill for advancement of about the country's forgn 48,000 jobs of railroad freight
the I public school system. Cylinders of rocket power policy course. and yard firemen and other
A loss of hydraulic pressureIn stacked like tomato cans will be train crewmen.
RingsBy his twin-engine plane and a able to loft the 50 tons of useful Sees Difficulties Four railroad operating unIons *
Lottery arrow escape at Pensacola, cargo within three years, Bar Sen. Thruiton B, Morton, RKy. attacked the ruling In two ,
4 aused Sen. John E. Mathews to net R. Adelman, president of ., head of the Republican appeals. Toddy's decision
RONNIE STUART operating and conducting a low campaign time. t ,3 47 b United Technology Center, a dl senatorial campaign committee, means that the board' ruling I
Ledger Staff Writer lottery, released under $!,- Immediately after a takeoff hy vision of United Aircraft Corp, said In a separate Interview he I ands
fur( Tampa pilot Judd Chalmers predicts
BARTOW Sir I Negroeswere 500 bond. found that the hydraulic system The center is already producIng -
arrested during the Julius Richardson. 46, 2118 had failed and he could not raise segmented rockets for the Hoffa Goes On Trial In

weekend as vice squad deputies Edwin St., Winter Haven, the wheels or manipulate the Titan 1II-C, which the Air Force 11
pushed Investigations into charged with possession of lot naps. But he brought the plane i 4 expects to be a work-horse Union Pension Funds Case
In the county tery paraphernalia released around In a tight arc and landed booster for the next decade of
lottery operations under $500 bond. it safely space launching
Aaron Jacobs, 33, Lake Repairs were made and Mathews A pair of five-segment motorson CHICAGO (AP) James R. ing }Hoffa 19(12( conspiracytrial
Sgt James Bowen. head of Hamilton charged with aiding later went on to Tampa. the Titan 1IIC will providemore Hoffa, president of the Teamsters In Nashville, Tenn. The
the vice squad, identified the and assisting operating than two million pounds I Union, was called to trial Nashville trial ended when the
arrested as: and conducting a lottery, and of lift-off thrust. The vehicle Is I on criminal charges today forthe jury was unable to agree on a
James D. Bennet, 52. 1509 possession and transportationof scheduled for its first flight I third time since taking over verdict. .
Avenue D. SE Winter Ha lottery paraphernalia released tests in 1965. .leadership of the nation's Hoffa has appealed the tam 1
ven. charged with aiding and under bonds totaling I' 11. union.
and Weighs 50 Tons largest pering conviction and Is free on I
assisting in operating $2500 Already under conviction for'$75,000 bond
a lottery and DOS- Each steel-jacketed In
conducting segment attempting to rig a jury
session and transportation of Tin Can Vied 1."j' of the first.stage booster is 10..another case, Hoffa and seven I The present trial I Indictment revolves
lottery paraphernalia, released Day and Richardson were Page Feet in diameter and weighs codefendants, are charged with around returned a last against the
under bonds totaling S2,- arrested Saturday afternoon about 50 tons when filled with 'fraudulently obtaining $20 million year
Amusements ........12 I year-old labor leader and :
500. and the other four were arrested rubbery fuel.Clustering In loans from Teamsters' .
Bond Set Friday night during aatakeout Business News ...... 9 { ; rockets Isn't a new pension funds seven others. Conviction on all
could result In penalties '
at a utilitj pole in Bridge ... . ....... 8 -, ,{ ; I Idea Last year the center test A special venire of 100 pros- counts .
Cato Lee, 49. Lake Alfred, Winter Haven Crossword Puzzle .. 13 ..,'. : ; I fired a cluster of 24 smaller peclive I furors was on hand for totaling 149 years imprisonment
for each of
and assisting and $37,000 In fines 1
with aiding officers '
charged Bowen explained that wild-fuel 'our
.... .... segments six 1 the trial before U.S. Dist Judge
and con- Comic! .. .... 12-13 the accused men. '
In tin can '
operating had a tip that k : ; :motor stacks Anchored to the Richard B. Austin Another 200
ducting a lottery and possession attached to the utility pole Is Classified ............ 14.15 ,: test pad. It produced 140,000 have I been directed to appear They are accused of diverting

and transportation of lottery being used as a delivery and Deaths .................... 2 t' I sounds of thrust during a 14 I later, if needed. more than $1 million for their
paraphernalia, released pickup spot for lottery opera- Dear Abby.....?...... 13 '.' ,< JiL: lecond burning time personal benefit while fraudu-
bonds totaling 1500.: Long Trial Seen lently arranging loans totaling
under tions in the county. ..... 4 The superlauncher would be
Lake Editorials ... ........ I-
the Central
the from
$20 million
Richard Nelson When officers inspected is tall as a 26-story building and Attorneys for the government
Hamilton charged with aiding can at about o'clock Friday Horoscope ................ 12 Neigh more than seven million I IlCJUndS. and the defendants have said States, Southeast and Southwest
and assisting In operating night it contained two bundles Television ................ 13 Rocket ]; they I expect the trial to last Areas Pension Fund of which

and conducting a lottery, released wrapped In tinfoil The bun Sports ........ ......... 10-11 It would cost substantially three I to five months. HofJa is a trustee
under bonds totaling dies contained a total of three"rundown" Werther Map .......... 6 Tint .It .. ertmt I cenctp i.n ef a ..... hlo, ef raps epee ]ksa than a launch vehicle of the The Teamsters president and Hoffa. who succeeded Dave

SI,500. sheets from lottery Women . ...... .. ... 7 leiMch vehicle with recket moon lecktd ,.... Uttert which en same payload capacity using an I three others were convicted on Beck as Teamsters president in
Theodore Day, 33, 7lS White- operations Bowen said. eeretpece ..p... teyt will be ertiUble within Ihrte ,..... IAP I ill.liquid propellant, Adelman I IIIYS. March 4 In Chattanooga, Tenn..I 1958. has stood trial on criminal

hurst with aiding St., Lakeland and assisting charged in (Turn ho Page 2, Column 4) Wirephete I |I Jf tampering with a jury dur charges six times since 1957,

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2 Monday LAKELAND, April 27,_IfM LEDGER_ _! Kelly Holland Big More Than $3 Billion Spent By I

r. MethodistsChallenged ; \ ;I U oS. In Aid To South Viet Nom

Straw Vote Winners .

)WORL WASHINGTON (AP-Cumu- 3. Use of economic aid funds It amounts to about $400 million .
:: for antiguerrilla and propaganda a year now, around half
lative U.S aid to South VietNam
To 1; AUBURNDALE A two-day' rtructlon Boone, 57, Reed has topped 13 billion in aprogram support operations. uch as'economic and half military, not
Integrate election straw vote taken 16. different providing thousands of special:counting the expenses of some
now markedly
this weekend at a downtown Supervisor of Registration -
: servicemen then
PITTSBURGH (AP) The from other U.S. aid effort -radios and drafting surrender 13,000 U.S.
1964 i barber shop, involving 90 straw ork, 28; Palmer, 20; and Hol- The Johnson administration Is
General appeals.
Conference of the around the world.
" ".
,$ voters, brought the following un- Icy 18.Clerk. In the
Methodist Church 4. Scattering U.S. aid personnel planning some step-up aid
opens formal The difference stems from Its
the of the Criminal Court-
official results forecasting to and Is urging other countries .
the countryside effort
business sessions close link through '
today con I with the campaign to '
Brown 33 Hazlett 30.
May S primary: ; ,
at in. those
assistance Among
American to join
fronted spread
a challenge to remove stamp out Communist guerrillas. -
For U. S. Senator-Holland. County Commissioner, District
speedily mark of It shows In such the grass roots. More than 200 supplying some assistance so
any 9. I Woods 50t 9 Burt up ways
57 Odom ,
; ; Pipkin, ;
in the far Australia, Canada
are now provinces manyof are
segregation among its 13 million as: .
Governor Kelly, 49 4 and 2. ,
For ; Kegley,
for their France, West Germany
members.The them picked more ,
,1. Top priority material
14 Dickinson 12 Mat- Commissioner District on
Burns, ; ; .County Zealand
work with native Malaysia, New and
challenge was issued Sun- thews, 6; High, I; and Karl 0. HI Dunson, 56; Musso, 10. I improvements that will start ability
day as some 900 delegates For Attorney General-Kynes, County Commissioner, District benefiting South Vietnamese villages than for any special technical,I South Korea the U.S.
skill. Spear-heading aid
opened their quadrennial con- 34; Faircloth 23. V Combee, 58; Jones, 9; and this year-not next yearor .
ference In Pittsburgh's vast Public Utilities Commissioner Sedmera, 3. the year after. This contrasts The massive U.S. economicand program is a counterInsurgency

Civic Arena. The conference Is Mason, 36; and Brewer, 9. Board of Public Instruction with other programs like the Al- arms assistance program plan costing about $30 million .

to end about May 9, dependingon ;j For State Attorney Darty, Group 1 McKeel, 48; Mrs. liance for Progress for Latin which got going after the Indo- a year plus another 30 million .

completion of the legislative 37; Flood, 24; Curtis, 10. Phillips, 16. America where economic plans chinese states became independent worth of U.S. surplus food.

docket. I For State Senator Ben Hill Board of Public Instruction, are supposed to be developed la 1954, totaled {2.9 billion

Bishop Gerald Kennedy of Los Griffin Jr, 43; Yancey, 14. Group IV Race, 41; Brum- carefully with an eye to long- by the end of fiscal year 1963. Accused Youth

Angeles told delegates "this House of Representatives, baugh, 20.pistrict. ange gains. [

general conference should insist ,F9 Group II Turner, 50; Mattox, 2. U.S. willingness to prop up

upon the removal of any : 18; and Quinn 7.Representative the Vietnamese economy In a PennsylvaniaPrimary ,Said To Inow
mark of racial segregation and
Group HIStory Chief general way not confining aid '
we should do It without was 28; Sprott, 16; Higgln- to selected projects. Vote
Slaying DetailsNEW
I Ing time. botham, 9; and West, 4. Of Optimists
High on the conference dock. Clerk of the Circuit Court -.

'\! et Is abolition of the church's .. Vaughn 28; Dixon, 23; and To Speak HereLouis WeekendAuto To Be Eyed YORK (AP) Deputy

Central Jurisdiction, embracing Stone, 18.Sheriff Police Commissioner Walter

! some 37 .000 Negroes In the _ _ Rogers, 43; Bran. Wrecks PHILADELPHIA (AP-Na- Arm says George Whitmore Jr.,
Leigh, Governor of District -
United States. The JurisdictionIs nen, 33; Gordon, 6; and Howell, 4 International tional Republican leaders and 19, alleged slayer of career
one of six The others are 0. will be the speaker tonight at Kill ,political observers will focus girls Janice Wylie and Emily
geographical.Some : Assessor Rhoden ,SO I 11 I :their
Tax ; a meeting of the Lakeland Optimist attention on Tuesday's Hoffert, has divulged details of
Southern delegates Rossi, 9. Club at the Crest Res I Pennsylvania primary to see the crime known only to police
voiced the belief that Integration I Tax Collector J. B. Thorn- taurant. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, how big a write-In Gov. WilliamW and the slayer

should be on a local and BOOK FAIR PRIVUE Two Lakelond youngittri, ll.anor I hill 23; Hobson Strain, 19, The meeting____ I Automobile accidents killed at Scranton gets for the Republican "Ha had information that has

voluntary basis. .itd Catherine' Williemi, ore gives e prices ef the Children's Cooper 16, Gmn, 7; and Miller, a ladies' night least 11 persons in Florida during presidential nomination. never been revealed publicly,"

Book Fair to be held .t Florida Southern College by Nedra Martin 4. event, will be. the weekend. Two boys Scranton has not encouragedthe Arm said Sunday.

LONDON TALKS(AP)-SET Prime Minister junior from Winter Haven, who helped prepare the Moth.., Superintendent of Public In- gin at 7:15: drowned In a pond and a Navy write-In drive. Whitemore a Jobless Negro

Aldo Moro of Italy arrivedIn Gooie exhibit. The fair will open Wedneiday and run through o'clock Delbert reservist was killed when his There were no presidential laborer who dropped out of

London today for ,talks with Mar I, The young vlewert ore the daughters of Dr. and Mn. 6 ArrestedOn Allen, presidentof plane crashed at Jacksonville.Two candidates on the ,ballots, but school after the eighth grade,
the club, said cars collided on state state Republican leaders hope a was booked by police on homicide .
Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas Billy J, Willlomi, 927 Callahan Ct.
trade and disar Leigh, a native road 80 about 13 miles east of strong write-In for the wealthy, charges Saturday In the
Lottery : of Birmingham Belle Glade, killing Thomas year-old industrialist will ignite stabbing last Aug 28 of Miss

mament. Ala., livesIn Henley Wilson, 49, of Palm a draft movement for him. Wylie, 21, and Miss Hoffert, 23.
Florida Southern Sets Hialeah, and Beach Gardens; Lewis Moses Scranton, who had to be persuaded both white.;

KNOWLEDGE I Charges I. pastor of 23, and Percy Lee Saunders, 18, to run for governor two He recanted an oral confession -
the Florida City LEIGH both of Belle Glade. years ago, has often said he is police said he had made.

Book Fair For Wednesday According to Bowen's report Methodist Church. He Is a mem- Two 18-year-old Fort Lauder not a candidate, that he does not Wihtmore's court appointed
F officers left the bundle ber of the Hialeah Optimist dale boys Gene Edward Wagnerand want the nomination and would attorney claimed the youth

I In the can, put fluorescent Club, and has served as vice John H. Besecker, died take it only in the event of a made statements under duress

Ii i If you haven't been to the World's Fair, the next paste on the top and began president and president of the when the car In which they were sincere and unengineered! drift and stress.
club: and as chairman of theoys' collided A Scranton-for-President com
riding with disabledcar
best is the Book Fair which will Wednes- their stakeout. a
open > work and district mem- mittee met In Kansas City Sun
I A short time later, Bowen stopped on the highway 16
day and. run through May 1 at Florida Southern
bership committees. miles south of Belle ,day and said the outcome of the BurnedOn
said, Bennet came and put another Glade. Cross Is
College. A special feature of tonight's Other victims of .primary here would not affect
Sponsored by the college's education department -, -. ---. ---- meeting will be an installationof included: Saturday accidents -its efforts.

the fair will be open to the public and is especially i ., new members. Robert Clyde Jackson 41, of Senate Race Watched The Lawn

designed for parents and elementary school { J? Merritt Island, killed on a high- Scranton's administrative assistant -
teachers and their pupils. ,, William Keisling, told
way insidj the missile test cen- Of Ocala Home
More than 30 exhibits of various reading projects package In the can. Officers PresbyteriansLook let at Cape Kennedy; Sharon the Kansas City meeting that

have been prepared by FSC students who are pre who recognized Bennet, Lynn Gorday, 17, of Grant, kill- write-In votes for Scranton "are
paring to be school teachers and are members of a allowed him to leave the scene. ed on Old Dixie Highway near expected to be microscopic. QCALA (APA cross was
!children's literature class taught by Mrs. Elton E. For WayTo Melbourne; Michael McCloskey, While the write-in campaignhas burned early today outside the

Smith of the English faculty.The Two NabbedAt 80, of St. Augustine Beach, killed drawn attention nationally, home of Ray Morris managerof
"Kynes' grounding In low, In fair will be held in the Ordway Arts Building about 10:30: o'clock, Jacobs Take Action on U.S. AlA the fight for the Democratic' an integrated Ice cream
government, In administration Senate nomination has struck'stand.
and Nelson arrived and Domice Leverett 39
of Ocala
from 10 to 4 and Thurs- ,
and In knowledge of Florida, open daily a.m p.m., on were arrested when Jacobs killed on state road 43 about ten the most sparks In the commonwealth The wooden cross was 16 feet
day night from 7 to 9 o'clock for those who cannot MONTREAT NC AP
( ) -
hold .
promise for a successful I attempted to remove the wrap miles south of Williston; Mark I all: and the cross-arm-pivoted
tenure as attorney general come during the'day. pers from the can. Southern Presbyterians looked Wideman, 5, killed when he The seat Is held by Republican I to: swing parallel for convenient
In addition to books and teaching aids, 16 pub- Bowen said he and another for ways today to translate into darted into the path of a car Hugh Scott, who Is expected to 1 handling- was II feet. t

BRADENTON HERALD lishing companies will sponsor exhibits, as will two deputy left the scene temporarily action a stronger stand on civil near his home In Dade County, win renomination. State Supreme Morris' wife said she saw a .

Lakeland stores-Maas Bros and the Bible BookStore to turn the prisonersover rights. and Joseph Danajovlts 78, of St. Court Justice Michael A. :young man bending down by the
Educational films will be shown every hour to other deputies. While Commissioners (delegates) to Petersburg, struck and killed as Musmanno, the organization I cross and when she shouted he

This year's fair is the revival of a popular prac- they were gone, Dep. Percy the General Assembly of the he crossed a street. candidate, and Genevieve Blatt I ran to a car which sped off. '

tice which Florida Southern started in 1952 and dis- Wilson stayed at the scene and Presbyterian Church In the U.S. Frank Mobley, 9, and Ernest state internal affairs secretary, Police found book matches at

continued in 19511.Soviet. observed Lee as he dropped (Southern) adopted Saturday a Wendell Wood, 8. both of Wild- have waged a hardy campaignfor I the cross' base and checked
still another package Into the general policy favoring the civil wood, drowned in a pond while the Democratic nomination. I them for fingerprints.
I rights movement but couldn'tagree
can.Bowen and deputies then on a plan of action. hunting gophers.lA .
Seek Navy Jet fighter on a cross.
'I Engineers went to Lake Alfred where Still facing the assembly, country training mission took

they arrested Bennet and Lee, highest Judicial body of the off from Jacksonville and crashed @btttiartc I
Pajd .IIIcol Ad.llum.n P.10 f.. both of whom had the telltale 37,000' member denomination,
two minutes later
h K.n" C.m..n Fund. II."n" To End Threat Of FloodMOSCOW killing the
.... fluorescent their Is
50." Cho..mo". paste on I a resolution calling for the pilot, Lt Grant R. Williams, 33,
.1 hands. I. merger of three all-Negro presbyteries -,of Webster Groves, Mo.
Bowen said the lottery with all.white units. WILLIAM D. STANSIFER' complete and will be announcedlater

I (AP-Sovlet engineers Pravda said 625 million cubic sheets dropped into the tin The assembly agreed to hold William D. Stansifer, 80, of by Mitchell Funeral Homeof

11 have begun blasting in an feet of water have built up behind can represented a sale of $3- ill future meetings only In Integrated Two Haven Men 113 West Park St., died yester- Winter Haven.
attempt to drain off flood waters the slide which on Friday 037) .13. churches but refused day afternoon at a nursing

threatening the fabled Mon formed a huge natural dam. It I Richardson was arrested 240-157, to apply the policy to home In Plant City. He was a MRS. EDITH McDANIEL
gol capital of Samarkand and said the water level behind the Saturday afternoon when officers i. next year's sessions because Safe After native of Indianapolis, Ind, and PLANT CITY Mrs. Edith

m villages along the Zeravashan dam rose more than 105 feet In stopped his car about contracts had been signed with came here 10 years ago. He wasa Emily McDaniel, 59, of Plant

River blocked by a huge landslide 50 hours. two miles west of Auburndale the segregated Second Presbyterian -Boat OverturnsWINTER retired conductor for the City died Saturday night in a

The Soviet news agency Tass on U.S. 92. Bowen said a tin. church In Memphis. However Pennsylvania Railroad, a member -Plant City hospital. She was a

The Communist party news- said an attempt would be madeto foil pacake containing $492.70 the assembly passed a of the Baptist Church, a native of Memphis, Tenn., and
m paper Pravda said engineers divert the blocked, fastrls worth of lottery numbers was resolution urging the Memphis HAVEN Two veteran of the Spanish American had lived in Plant City for eight,

sent to the edge of the Pamir Ing river and remove the threatto found In his shirt pocket. church to drop Its racial bar- Winter Haven men were saved War and a member of the years

Mountains in Southwest Asia Samarkand, an ancient city Richardson reportedly told riers before the 1953 meeting.Ruby's from posible drowmne: this Brotherhood of Railway Con- She is survived by her hus-
Sunday night began blasting a of blue-tiled old mosques and officers he was taking the material morning In East Lake Elbert ductors and Brakemen.Mr. hand, Elbert McDaniel; her

Canal through the slide, which new industries. It Is 1,700 miles to Day who was ar by the quick efforts of Robert Stansifer is survived by mother, Mrs. Edith J. Wilson,
was said to be as high as an southeast of Moscow, near the rested on a warrant Issued by Wolfe of 715 Ave. M, SE. who his widow, Mrs Ida Stansifer. Miami; three sisters, Mrs. Ruth

80-story building and 2,000 feet juncture of the Soviet Union, County Judge Richard Bron- Lawyers heard cries for help and Lakeland, two daughters, Mrs. Ogden, and Mrs. Ernestine Fry
wide. Red China and Afghanistan.Tass son. rushed to the aid of the two Charles Lowe, Indianapolis and both of Miami and Mrs. Rhea

- - -- - said the landslide occurred Seek Further men whose boat had capsized.The Mrs. Carl Bartlett, Lei Sobrante, Alberthsen, Sweden.

To Friday when the Darn- victims were Roy D. CaL; four step-daughters, Mrs' Funeral services were to be

vorz Mountain "cracked as a Fighting Olson and Thure A. Petersen, Stuart P. Wider, Mrs. Minnie held this afternoon at the A. M.
I result of earth tremors" and Mental I Tests both of 926 Drexel Ave. NW. Peddy and Mrs. O'Neal Char!Seigler Funeral Home in Mulberry .

MARTINDRUG\ |was "cut In two by water. The two were fishing In a acter alt of Lakeland and Mrs.! at 3 o'clock. The Rev.

The huge mass of earth and Flares Anew DALLAS. Tex. (AP) Jack 14-foot boat when the craft up- Fred S. Graddy, Winter Park;'Angus McClellan was to officiate. -

rock fell Into the river swollenby Ruby, a lump on his almost ended. two step-sons. Jack N. Asbury,I' Burial will be in Beulah

a month of heavy rains, and On bald head from colliding with a under Firemen from Station No. J, Verbena, Ala. and Dr. Jones Cemetery,
I Cyprus Chief Abner Lewis
the slide formed a natural dam cell wall, appears In court today officers from and S. Asbury of Akron, Colo; five
A lake Is forming 100 miles as defense lawyers seek his admittance Haven grandchildren and 13 great I MRS. PEARL PARKER
YOUR upstream from Samarkand, a NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP) A to a hospital for more aided.police department also grandchildren. EAGLE LAKE Mrs. Pearl

city of 213,000 persons, but the hundred Greek Cypriot Irregulars mental tests. Funeral sen'!Ices will be held Lovelace (Burgamy) Parker, 90,
PRESCRIPTION earth dam threatens to break armed with mortars and Sheriff Bill Decker said the tomorrow at 10:30: o'clock at died noon Sunday at the homeof

CENTER ,and unleash a raging torrent. machineguns threatened the condemned slayer of accused Negro InjuredAs the Dukes.Steen Funeral Home her daughter and son.in-law
'This catastrophe is fraught .embattled village of Aylo Tho- presidential assassin Lee Harvey with the Rev. B. G Brown Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen of
all I with the danger of an unprece-:doros today as UN. officials Oswald charged head-first Central Avenue Baptist Church,:704 East McLeod Ave. Mn,
for -
dented flood in the whole of the ought to remove the village's against his Dallas County Jail Car Strikes officiating. Burial will be in In-'Parker was a native of Evergreen -

TERMITES fZeravashan Valley," said Tass 800 Turkish Cypriots. cell wall early Sunday In a dianapolis. Ind Friends may Ala., and came here 40
yourhealth I I New fighting flared this morning "deliberate act." Side Of House call from 7 to 9 o'clock tonightat years ago from Escambia County -
i SWARMING? In the mixed Greek-Turkish Ala. She of
Ruby's lawyers asked a few the funeral home. The family was a member
needs! Florida School village 30 miles south of Nico days ago that Judge Joe B! requests that flowers be the First Baptist Church of
sia. U.N. troops tried to set upa Brown order him placed In WINTER HAVEN Jesse omitted. Eagle Lake.Sutvivors .
a ceasefire.A a Leonard, a 49-year-old Winter .
hospital. The former other than Mrs. Allen
FREE DELIVERY FF3 Awards showdown also appeared operator pleaded night club Haven Negro, of 707 Ave. T, include another daughter,
Group Insanity his
NE, suffered broken ORVILLE PRESTON
collar WHITE
PARKING to shaping up for control of March trial, but was sentencedto Mrs. Flora Bringger Eagle
EASY strategic Kyrenia Pass, where death shoulder bones late Friday AUBURNDALE OrvIlle Lake; two sons, S. L Parker,

I call Plaque To Boone Greek Cypriot forces pinned Under heavy guard night when the car he was Preston White, 65, of 231 Me Pensacola and D L Parker,

437 Central Ave. I down Turkish defenders dug In.sped to a hospital Ruby for skull was driving the Winter crashed Into a house, Kean St. Auburndale, died at Panama City, eighteen grand-

I BARTOW-Shelley S. Boone. around medieval St. Hllarion X-rays which a hospital attendant said Haven Police Department the Winter Haven Hospital this children, 59 great grandchildrenand
Phone MU 3-2807 Castle. said confirmed morning after a lengthy illness one great-great grandson
Superintendent of Schools of the injury He lost control of his
Greek felt Turkish car, He Funeral be held
Cypriots out was minor. came to Auburndale 7 services will
I Polk County, has been presenteda which hit a house on the north-
positions with mortar: machine Decker said years ago from Charleston W. at 3 o'clock tomorrow at the
plaque for distinguished servo Ruby attemptedto west corner at the intersection
and rifle fire. Va. He had been Eagle Lake First Church
gun They employed at Baptist
Ice rip his
as director of the Florida clothing when he was of Avenue T and Edwin
High School Activities Associa- denied, however, that they were returned to Ms celL The few Street. An estimated Silo the Winter Haven Hospital for with the Rev. R. W. Waterman
trying to hit the castle, which the seven pastor officiating. He will be
lion for the period 1959-60 all furnishings were then removed damage was done to the home past years.
The award was made duringthe the Turkish Cypriots use as from the cell as a pre- and an estimated $200 damage Survivors Include his widow, assisted by the Rev. L, O Cal-
their strongpolnt In controlling Mrs. Laura White of Auburn- houn. Burial will be In OaklawilCemetery
weekend the annual autionary
at meet measure, with rnly to the Leonard car, Sgt.
the pass along the Kyrenla.Nicosla dale; four daughters, Mrs Winter Haven.
ing of the group at the FEAC i mattress left.Alabama. Gene Cords, investigating, I
.nv nt'' on at Miami Beach. road. i ii said Frances Ogle and Mrs Mary Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home is
-- --- --' The Turks, caught by surprise i Leonard, charged with reck. Smith both of Auburndale. In charge of arrangements in

when the attack opened Saturday Area less driving, was treated at Mrs. Hazel Armstead of Charleston -lieu of flowers donations miy:
cannot lose much more I Winter Haven Hospital. The W. Va. and Mrs. Dennis be made to the public kbrarv

ground without surrendering Catholic Schools I house Is owned by Indestructible I Terrell of Winter Haven; three fund of Eagle Lake. FrierJs
.. ontrol of the pass. Greek Cypriot Homes Inc.CATTLE sons, Harley Ralph White, Chicago may call from S to 9 0'"' 'ok

forces have advanced to To Be Integrated ; Dennis Lee White of Be- tonight

within a mile of this highwaj I AUCTIONS rea, Ohio, and Leroy Dale

between the capital and the MOBILE Ala. (APKatho-l I White, WUlowick, Ohio: two half-
I Sd.. : P.1.: Cdv. b. Codl.tst north coast JACKSONVILLE UP)- liuihltr f.U' sisters, Mrs. Sam Williams of
schools In the U. .
Mobile-Blrm"j. ttrtdy to itronf lot rrk but lift Dukes Steen
I ngham diocese rouInu.d wealtr Pelico Plaines, Tenn. and Mrs,
or 0\E:: 5350 ..-.fJ
dered Integrated next fail I
.... I
--------- ,, .1. nvnCI tM00110U I and 21 grandchJdren. I
i The archbishop of the dioceseordered Si Qood !tb< Funeral Home
fAPt-... / o.111
.ath" .01. totoiIri 31 50 0' amo..eo Ito 1"v I
.. turiros cities oud IIrI.. O0. the Integration In a letter 11 Funeralarr.ingments are In-
:,. .s- -- -I II II II II
d'n.Qr_ Not ,.. read Sunday In Masses of ',' .....ffiT'iTKiW, Ibo Iei10vi I

A 1.1' J7 we..s" o' 3545 Cart.o.Se. ...... CO of all churches in the diocese, !Bur.' ClOts QtljitY, sa 14J0-1700 so-is as. I I 310 S. Florida
Lurt< 94 M 38 -M mat .37>*. made by the state of Alabama cli,,, iso. 5100-2450
Medium SlM .311'0 oJ4IIDOf. .13 rt odorS ttflinr1
smut not J7S 5imo.. .91E and northwest Florida I Veol." sod 125-250 I I
.. .. ftJfSTio0"Mfilh Phone 123
empUoHl MU
i Jldt .Ia 21 50-8 00. .t.n.nI
siloin ..... IooIitiOiWhotnool. There are approximately 25.I __ cia_ I I (
prleti on ultrr vicki SIM'rI 000d 110O-_ IDa 11 00-20 30
01 >l lariri Htm. 'W, S lb> u1J 000 pupils In about 80 elementary -m 6rr 4t.-t I" h.,>. 4-4 schools I )fII.,.. 15 SO-18 00. ,I ambulance service
iboe, h.u. uod.r 4 m> oat oil and 13 high schools I Oco. Mrdlun.iinurd. 545n-i0Q ) J
ir'- o MM nporud Dil.ry eric,.iin the diocese. L CI,,. Good M.sno lilt
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LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, April 27 1H4 2I

I t Scott Kelly's Campaign- Has, Athletic Vigorl APRIL IS

EDITOR'S NOTE: This .lathe A grin skidded over the Kelly At Sarasota, the Kelly Girls- of the candidate handing out his sally into the meat department
fourth In a series of articles (I face, "Mam," he said, "If you 1 I cheerleaders of the Kelly cam literature. of a supermarket, Kelly piled
on the methods and flavor .. Into the convertible and went on
of the campaign of thesis find a candidate who says he is'paign Joined the candidate.; "We're late," said Rounds to another speech. ,AV DRESS MONTH
Democratic candidates for in favor of It, let me Clad in their two-piece green: "Where Scott'?"
And ended like
this ,
governor of Florida And then he headed knoW''j and orange dresses and Kelly-' "He just disappeared into the the one
kitchen looking for another hand for-Governor hats the attractive barber shop," someone said
to shake, I young women went ahead: A few minutes later, after a The Go Team Is on the field
By CHARLES STAFFORD We're going all over the state,,

There is an athletic vigor scoring touchdowns every dayLet's ..

about Scott Kelly's campaign I S"r'', .-. I, 1. '" '"' ,,< \'" "j" ,'F'': < SHOP'MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
for governor, a flavor of the . 't ":" ::4 ':: ,y + ',," 1 1!:
.. ,' I.> t .t- A
locker room at halt-time, the (f !, Keep
tl .. .
15th round .of a championship] "
.' Business Man In
fight, the last lap of a bread; <\. ,' -!
less bid for a four-minute mile .... Our .
.... I Delegation >
"Join the Go Team" obvioui "
ly is more than a campaign slogan ::r !
It .Is an expression 01 Kel .
rWi ,,
ly's restless energy, a testimony; _
to his love of sports. JA -
His Is a campaign that run :

against the clock, never beating 1 A T :'
It but always putting up a stou

effort. \ :' L
And so it 'was on a recen r 1 .
hF J
Begins In FlurryIt -

F ..
began in a flurry for tin
Lakeland state ,senator. Hi
showed up late at his hometown
j airport in a battered old car l't\ :

t chauffeured by a farmer, His : [,
own car had run out of gas, and ?
he nagged down the first one to '

come along.Thirtydive. ,
hundred feet above Elect /
the gridiron flat land of southwest f
Florida, Kelly read newspaper a :
accounts of the other can
didates' doings and sayings."I .
seo Mathews has laid
again that I would repeal the Intangibles GRIFFINYour'Stato
tax," he told publicist
Rounds "I've laid k, /
Elmer never ARRIVES FOR CAMPAIGN TALK-Slot* Smote Scott Kelly of Le"ol",1II errives .t the o.r. Senator 1'
that I think I ought to hit back j
port ., Soroiota A cr full of canipoif,. deck 011I tut In "K,'lly het," will ptiil the senator Ol h. i
"I don't know, Scott, said pad pros Adv. ,
heals downtown ... AP Wlr photol
to "' compoign iptockoi
Rounds. "I don't think he's hurting I pI

you" llfl CHT VITfUCKT NIWKM Wim MROOf.av'trtatmsrttwaro( nllN1ft\Pf i' .
Explains Theory American Dies In Viet Nam I II It I \\

At he weighed a decision, Kelry :
explained his theory of the SAIGON, South Viet Nam I Two Vietnamese soldiers also ,.
campaign."I (AP)-American Army Lt Ron- were killed and 14 others were r
don't mind fighting," he ald Hines was killed near the wounded A U.S. spokesmansaid
said "I've boxed a lot, played southern tip of South Viet Nam
20 Viet Cong died In the
football But when it comes to Sunday as government troops
politics, I just don't like to takeoff tracked Communist guerrillasnear battle
on the other candidates. Now embattled Kien Long The government forces engaged -
and then, thuugh, you have to Hines was the 131st Americanto elements of two Communist JS
The only thing we have tc die in action In Viet Nam and battalions which had been I
determine is when they slarr the 15th to fall this year, military -menacing the town since a four / 1 1 ,4I C,1)
us, whether we'll hit back. W< spokesmen said. day battle two weeks ago. I r f.i t L t'
can counterpunch, and if you'v His wife, Harriet, lives at I 1 f a ,J;
done any boxing you know that'. Middletown N.J., and his par '
the most dangerous kind of ents, Mr. and Mrs James B : e I{ )
fighter." Hines, at Amarillo, Tea i iI il SHOPWARNOCK'S a'a
"In this campaign the other I ;
five candidates are at each Earl Faircloth II, 1e ry ..rJ 4 't' w di
all the time," he said
other ..lF
tcd' ( I ,lr a '
"I don't know how the peopl II e ,
A&sLl4ler 55.t4': r%
can make up their minds. The To Speak HereEarl i For Lakeland's Best ,
other candidates aren't talking f w
about what they stand for. Faircloth, candidate for FURNITUREBUYS : 4,4' ,
"I couldn't win that way. 1 I attorney general, will speak at I I .
I'' have no confidence in that kind the Crest Restaurant Wednes- 'p t

of campaign day night : EVERY NITE I Mxht ...n ';'

Home Is Hub Faircloth will be at the res- 1p, RI
Kelly said his home is the hut'taurant at 7 o'clock to meet 9 nci nt I M
of his campaign. Lakeland residents and will
"I stay at home as much ai, begin speaking at I o'clockFree MONDAY_ THRU FRIDAY BOURBON c
I can, even though I don't ge pie and coffee will be served 302 I. Mtmorlol IM'
as much sleep that way I seethe and Kr Art. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING
children so little as It is.'" la I MU 2.2222 C' s..d
He said his campaign is gearedto Mt. Kilimanjaro actuallytwo 11.----- 6 YEAR OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON t Vt ':Iy

provide him six hours ol volcanoes - ....::::::. ,. ._. --- -,
--- -
sleep nightly, but "to me three '
or four hours of sleep at homeis ,1j.\\

road.worth" twice that much on the n

Kelly landed at Fort Myers, : j.' : rt
greeted his local supporters and,, A 'i 1"S
in a convertible riding into town, n
discussed with three of them i
what he should speak out on at
local appearances It was like a
coach going over strategy with
'I .
his staff V '
of the Lee County -
At "
I meeting 'Vl
Commission before a portrait '..:; ( :

of Robert E. Lee, Kelly discussed .
roads and taxes and reorganization 1'ry
of the highway department i Ifia recli(? for a

', .
lovelier ftiitiinicrit . .
Opens New Office "
I trot,nl of
Minutes later, he opened a
new Fort Myers headquarterson '+ Cn\i\ Artley's '

a favorite theme: as the l+ "II'blppctl Cre"."s!
"only practicing private businessman !-
in the race for govern /ri i
nor," he promised "a business. : '( 14.9U
administration by a businessman
." I ,
He rolled northward on U S. I I Be as idle or as active as you please'!

41, speaking at shopping centers
A sound truck would pull in, I ,' ry "Whipped Cream" Dacron polyester -

set a up supermarket a microphone and in Kelly frontof :: Li I "e will assist you prettily either

would begin his talk, promisingto a way Easy-care fashions, they'll add
"rour-Iane U S. 41, the main '
street of the west coast:' B to your lounge time.) Cool and washable .
With feet spread, a hand
Jammed Into a coat pocket, his they scorn Ironing'! And when

voice booming, he resembled a busy time rolls 'round, they'll go
coach delivering the half-time I

pep talk. with you everywhere . ever.fresh
The speech done, he shook
hands. Any hand, every hand. WATCH THE TV and becoming! Featured: A print in
wasn't one available
If there
he went looking for one. I IIi blue or pink. Also: B print in tur

Ignores CommentIn "*""""" quo iso or yellow C print in pink or

a bar in North Port Charlotte : / I turquoise, All with permanently
he paused for a glass of "HOT-LINE"!
water and ignored the comment i pleated skirts,. all 12.20, !12'Iz.
I of the tough-talking barmaid !
that "in the good old days a I 20 Vi.

candidate"Hey passed, you set out,"up she his the said cards'bar how beforehe do: SEE AND HEAR THE SHOW ALL FLORIDA I J, Maas',.. ,...Midtown. Shop

legalizing 1t( .
you ?stand 1 don't on mean" race tracks gamblmg I IS TALKING ABOUT YOU ARE PART OF IT 'J

I mean gambling. ; \<

I'm against it. Mam." said ,/ ,< ./1, .

!Kelly.oe.!Well" said, the:u barmaid.don't get_ _m__> Monday, April 27th. 7 :00 P. M. channel 8 WFLA-TV f

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,. LEDGER EDITORIALS J J : r.i: I II l nt ii iiJ Posted On Vital

t A 'Fatter Middle'One I uI Foreign


One of the incendiary factors causing ly be a widening of the distance between ARTHUR KROCK claims for the nomination on

J. unrest in underdeveloped lands top and bottom, which he fears New cork Gimtl the the force administration's of their attacks foreign on

will be accelerated by the machinesthat WASHINGTON What legitimate
and even in some that are relatively be policy
are displacing unskilled and semi political use can

advanced, is inequality In income distribution skilled workers made by Republican who are BUT MUCH MORE Importantly

The rich are very rich and On the other side of the picture, seeking their party' nomination acceptance by the "ma-

t' few, the poor are very poor and many. Miller reports that although the percentage for president classified of the administration' Jar"the presidential Republican candidates nomination for of
t. We of the United States, most of us shares of the American eco access to information which
files whichJohnson
I" would agree, have pretty well solved nomic pie have remained the same, the foreign policy erate in advance as a restrant
has offered to make
that problem, and through peaceful dollar size of those shares has steadily will remain classified could op-
them? The President -
available to on the foreign policy presentation
even allowing for inflation.
means. has already indicated two of the Republican convention
An exception to that consensus is In 1929, 51 per cent of U.S. families limitations The files will be and of the nominee it mOlt!

taken by Herman P. Miller, an economist earned less than $3,000 yearly (in 1962 opened only to "major1' Repub probably will select That Is,

with the Census Bureau, In a re'cent dollars). In 1962, the under-$3,000 group lican candidates; and he has unless the President' definition -

study entitled "Rich Man Poor was down to 21 per cent of all families. Instructed Defense State and of only"major those actively candidate"covers in
the CIA to supply them
Man," he tosses out the following statistics 1 1PJLJ "ALL POSSIBLE Information pursuit for the nomination .

: IT MAY BL that the US has arrived I/ helpful to their discussion of Senator Goldwater, Gov, Rock

I, The top one-fifth of U. S. families at a more or less permanent percentage American policy" efeller Senator Smith and.
Harold E. Stassen The vulnerability
1 receive 4$ per cent of the nation's Income arrangement among the rich The definition and of the words will of a basis of choice

only one percentage point less the well-off and the poor. Whether or "major"necessarily be"possible"made by the which would exclude RichardM

than their share 20 years ago. The bottom not it is the optimum arrangement is President. But a Republicanwho Nixon, Gov Scranton if

fifth, however is receiving exactlythe open to question by common definition is Pennsylvania to and Vietnam Johnson'sambassafor Hen.

same as in 1944-5 per cent But the problem would seem to be a time"major of Johnson candidate"offer In at April the ry'Cabot Lodge Is establishedby

less one of shaving percentage pointsoff may not belong In that category Its mere statement as a

"OUR SOCIAL INVOLUTION end- the top and more one of bringingthe when the party convention hypothesis. But what also establishes .

ed 20 years ago." Miller asserts Before lower end closer to the middle in meets in mid-July. Also, the unwisdom of a
who his offer will proposal which requires a
that, between 1929 and 1944, the top terms of absolute dollars those accept Democratic president to decree
have no means- to form a judgment -
fifth's share went down by eight percentage It is to upgrade this "poor fifth" of whether they agree with which opposition candidates .

points and the bottom group's the nation the 21 per cent earningless THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE hIS criteria of choice of the are "major"

share increased slightly than $3,000 that President Johnson information it Is "possible" to If the critical freedom of the

I He sees signs that there may actual has launched his "war on poverty," supply them. opposition try I I' to be party maintained in thia'COunt, the
:, Ask Aid For Rescue UnitEDITOR
: THESE ARE SOME of the President offer should have

I I questions the President pro- been reserved for the nomineeof
Double Pay For Overtime? : The Mulberry tnbutors by news media as posal raises for the opposition the San Francisco conven-

Firemen's Association I Is call- The Ledger'sOpinion well as on large chart to be party, to some of whose lead lion. Only he can decide with
Hearings before the House Com rants placing as heavy a penalty on all. Ing upon the public: for sup located at Fire House Mul- ers It is directed. And since full authority to commit the

mittee on Education and Labor in employers as advocates of the bill propose port to help adequately equipa Page berry City Hall, which will be the material is highly classified Republican party to the restraint -
rescue squad available to the public for timeto those who it wouldto of its foreign policy
Congress have brought out some of the The unemployment problem now, Due to the industrial growthof This 'itarwl p.|. *f tan. come some degree accept be inhibited in criticisms that would be Im

arguments for and against the bill proposing he said, is spotty for the most part and! the phosphate area, traffic Id. n'wip.p.r'i ewe .pinieniH Please mall your remittance their discussion of the foreign posed by access to such classified -

Y'. double pay for overtime work. affects only some communities and has Increased considerably By in ttri. .t cvrrtnt Inttrnt today to P.O. Box 533, Mulberry policies on which the material material as his opponent
In the lII'tolol) column Itwttcomci
of this have saw fit to show him and whichhe
reason we
experienced Responsible
is an important source
.1 No action on the measure is expect. some industries the oplnloni f
a number of serious accidents radars In the Velc of the discussion of foreign could neither extract nor
Max M. Howard PresidentC.
ed at this session The hearings, however The bill proposes that committeesbe Injuring and trapping ,..,1. C.I..",,,. Lctttrt mgitk policy which is the President refer to.NiXON'S.
are outlining issues that will\ be set up to study various industries people In vehicles causing loss .* t4. end br. the writ. W. Stewart. Fire Chief stated objective of his offer,
of time before patients couldbe .f'I ..44r. .ii, bat. n."'.. will
debated later and may become issuesin and determine which ones, because of can be made by competent EXPERIENCEwith
freed and transferred b* wlHih'U upon ,**.... A
some congressional campaigns this the nature of their operations, must to lilts iheuld' net aced. ISO analysis of the public: record, respect to Cuba in the
hospitals or rendered medicalaid words, ad. vra .cnno be. Says Article since the policies or their 1960 campaign shows how
fall. depend on a considerable amount of In several Instances delay vt..4. Th. Ltrfftr rettrvM lack, are self-evident heavy a burden this access

The bill's major supportetf Include overtime labor and which could affordto resulting In death the ,Iht t. ttjtct ..., Utttr Was 'Worthless'EDITOR And, because it can hardlybe Imposes. He knew all about
hire workers if the Also, with the many fishing .r .h....., it. Opinions .f the program for the trainingand
most o? the labor unions They contend more regular ealumni.ls .. tttiit assumed that the classi
ten.hibutora.pp..r.h.wh.r. -
and recreational area aerying : I' think the head fied files will be unclassified equipment by the United
that the double time law would force higher rates were made applicable to tn
our locality numberous drown- this page. Ing of an article by John D for the documentation of critical States of the Cubans dedicatedto
employers to hire more regular workers them Ings have been experienced Pomfret, which appeared in political analysis, accessto the overthrow of the Castro

rather than pay the high rate for We all look with a great deal needs for emergency calls In The Ledger (April 20) was the them could be an uncom- regime But he could not cite

,overtime. This, they argue, would reduce JAMES II CAREY, president of the nf horror at such disasters oc this area. This drive Is being most revolting headline that I pensated burden to the critics. this classified information in
International Union of Electrical Radio curing, but how can we be sure have ever heard of The head The fear of inadvertent disclosure defense of the charges by his
unemployment that we not be involved made upon all interests in an Senator
may Ing read "Just Niggers But or an accusation of opponent Kennedy, of
Employers who testified before the and Machine Workers, opposed any next? With the many employ. effort to secure the m\ich-need Good to Have When Crop intentional disclosure by inu- error- and total neglect by the

committee contended the increase In exceptions to the double time requirement ees, associates and friends ed rescue equipment for a service Need Picking." I don't think endo, would handicap the Republicans Eisenhower administration in

overtime pay would have the opposite He demanded an increase in the traveling this area we feel not required of our Cityor any paper should use that who are basing their
County Government.
will IK The
sure you agree rescue '
effect overtime tate for all workers coveredby word at any time, whether It sIn
Important Ownership of this equipmentwill
very an editorial or an article Nalimal.;
the wage and hour law, lie argued The Mulberry Firemen's- Association remain with Mulberry When you write "just nig AllalJ

L'MI'LOY1RS SAX it would causea that the present t1me-and.one-half rate Is composed of volunteers Firemen's Association eqd gees," you make It sound as if very responsible jobs The 1

speedup in' automation or reduce is outmoded by present conditions and life who from donate all professions their services of back every dollar In huge you1! dividends invest comes in just the Negro picks". those way ica has I see'to It eat, we so know they Airier-pkk- r r
crops dealing with the problem of i
company earnings to a point that would makes it more economical for employ and time. peace of mind. the- crops. America has to
state 90 miles from
Frankly speaking, I think the
discourage expansion If the latter occurs ers to pay overtime than to increase We are in need tit a panel We trust you will be liberalin entire article was as useless keep up with the- news so you the coast of the United States
told the it would their'' labor force truck with I your contribution. Full recognition write the articles. The article
they committee, regular along Special as anything I'll read We understand and the The Democratic charge in
reduce opportunities for increased employment The hearings have revealed such First Aid Equipment In orderto will be given all con. the situation perfectly writer have a job to do.crop I hope picker you that campaign of an Inevitably

through industrial growth. wide differences of opinion about the properly serve the Increased Every one can't sit at print this letter, for I thinkit aproaching "missile gap 1 between
a desk and write useless that armament if 'the
A for the American Telephone results of this will do more good than
spokesman possible enacting legislation Likes Ledger'sSaturday words the way you did In this harm USSR, and our own probablydid
and Telegraph Co said the pro- that it is clear the proposal needs Likes Blanche article Why don't you get out not great harm to foreign

posal would penalize in particularthose much additional study. It sems doubtful Issue and do something about this MELVIN HARRISONEDITOR'S reliance on the strength and!

industries whose operations are that the administration gave the EDITOR: We must keep problem Instead of sitting be. unity of United States defense.
EDITOR hind a typewriter making fun It was too promptly refuted
Blanche Work as our Supervisor : I can't tell you
to beyond their proposal the that is desirable
subject emergencies study -
of Registration! Mrs Work how happy I am that I was of a person who's trying to NOTE: The oftensive by the very administration
control. Weather is a big factor in the before |It asked congressionalaction. has again proven- her ability in one of the lucky ones receiving make an honest dollar? Thereare words, bawd on a which the charge helped to

amount of overtime needed to maintain efficiently conducting the tremendous a copy of the Lakeland just as many poor whites quote In the article, were used get elected.

telephone service' The same is More employment in some indus task of re'registration Ledger's first Saturday issue as there are poor Negroeswho for "ihock value," In order to This history suggests no
In Polk County The 27 I spent nine winters in sue are picking those same likely hazard to the United
true of power companies.If tries might result from approving the years that Mrs. Work has no cession in Lakeland, and havea beans, weeding: those same Impress the public: with the States from a foreign policy

enough employees were hired ona proposal. But it would be unwise to ably carried out her duties in warm spot in my heart for cabbages, and filling those very low pay and privation In debate of the kind which mall

year-around basis to handle these require double time pay for all Indus: the registration office makes your city. Thank you, I am same busei- Why don't you the Florida vegetable Held I sincerity, Is troubling

emergencies without overtime, h. said tries in interstate commerce or for all her unmistakably the best getting a thrill out of reading find you're a name In to the call them while We weren't making fun of anybody President Johnson He certainly
qualified:! for this Important and reading your paper name-calling has no reason on this day
many employees would be idle most industries that hire more than a minimum position. business? All of the Negroes ; far from It. we were of his latest triumph to feel

of the year The Increased labor costs number'of workers. And Congress UNA PERSONETTE aren't in those fields. We expressing a profound sym concern over- his prospect ofelection7
V, S. D, (Flwood Indiana) have some of our people In pathy.
for an unneeded work fprce would might also consider putting agricultural In November.

continue, however workers under the minimum

Another witness told the committeethe wage law before it adds to the benefits Conscience And The Quiet Admiralplans

unemployment problem Is not yet of those who already make at least

such: a national emergency that it war enough to make- ends meet. By RALPH McGILL of
testimony many organizations design superintendents, The fundamental technical decisions / ? Why were there de\l.
Publisher of The and Interested Individuals Bureau of Ships, during this who authorized deviation atlons from specifications?

I Top FloorOne Atlanta ConatltutlonWASHINGTONThere nation In various defense aspects weaponry of the Including period, had two chiefs of bureau from plans; who authorized Without questions, effort will
deviation .
are bombers, missiles and six or so heads of de. from specifications he made to pierce the curtain
two things today which trouble The inadequate ballast of collective responsibility and
of the hottest! blocks In" Wall though as one analyst pointed out, the the Navy'i conscience. One submarines sign division, and three, headsof tank blowing system is a case find out why these deviations

Street, even before it has actually been company hasn't earned a cent yet, may Is the submarine Thresher TESTIMONY CONCERNINGthe Some the of Submarine the individual Type Desk in point. Who Is responsible occurred
which disappeared with 129: bureau with the present Navy system Some months before the I h,<>
the market is the mil not show for.. five lost Polaris submarine
placed on $200 a profit years or paya men aboard on technical code concerned with this Is an almost Impossible of the Thresher Admiral
lion offering of Comsat-.the Communi- dividend for 10 'ea'rs.If April 10, 1961 Thresher had been made be. the Thresher had about fourto question to answer The nearest Rickover had stirred contra
fore the Joint Committee on
cations Satellite Corp. the Russians had any doubts! The other is a six changes of manage you can come is to say versy by reporting that manv
quiet, slender ment during this same period that 'the Navy is responsible.' of the received in Polaris
Comsat will develop and maintain about the earnestness of American intentions parts
: Of course, these figures do In other
mild mannered. Conscience words, all you can dos construction did not meet
,a commercial system of TeUtar-tvpe in space, the impending orbit gray-haired W isRldba not Include the numerous to point to a collectivity specifications and had to be
satellites Half its stock, expected to ing of their arch-enemy Wall Street wisp of a man L I I1/ ;fJJl 1 ii 1 changes In the subordinate . redone by the Navy at great

sell for $20 a share, will go to com ought to remove them. who Is equally li" ranks this which were made dur There will almost certainly expense. A new underwaterhunt
ing How
period. can be
at home with you further
munications companies, half to the It may not be too great a jump of the Greek phi. Atomic Energy The publica have individual responsibilityon the construction examination of into the for the Thresher u sum expected '
to be made this
public. the imagination to predict that one day losopheri, the , lion first of release April 17 of contained such testimony -the.- this basis?" Thresher. There Is a report mer. If it is possible to find

Most of those who would like to shiploads of planetary colonists will be Renaissance tl ..'j which up to now has ADMIRAL RICKOVLR then In Washington that the Navy enough of the remains to IUI-

buy a share in the space age:( will haveto financed by private speculators. After tans and reactors.MCGILL nuclear been classified; An essential said; "Much of the effort of censor this part may of have the overlooked lain the theory of Admiral and the

wait, however, {or the Comsat stock all, that's how the Pilgrims) got to especially those installed In portion of it was given by Admiral the Court of Inquiry was directed when he cleared it testimony for publication ballast Rickover tank that blowing the hull system

is already oversubscribed AmericaLAKELAND submarines There almost Rickover. Only one or to finding out who was Certainly
even cer two alert reports dug out what more questions were Inadequate, then, as one
responsible for the
design of
tainly would not now be a will now be asked. Who congressional spokesman said
he had lack of
---- to about
- ---- ---- --
-- -- --- say the Thresher who made
; the did
fleet of than 20 authorize deviation
more nuclear- individual responsibility being from all hell will break loose.
powered Polaris submarineshad
LEDGER not the Congress of some the Navy'i accountable technical for many difficulties of

years ago cut a piece of Navy and the equally inefficient Potomac Fever
red and retained
tape the admiral
condition in which much of .
oaso.a. COWUI lUImperial when the Navy soughtto
IPRT) Navy management In construction
I .ho., OHM NARNION. e". pass him over and thereby \
I Polk County"W'.."" CLiV. HaM''" ,r? a... Is transient
I ... have him By JACK \\ILSUN
.Ie. aMMITT .TIR /R.'r dropped serv
'" > .._I.t. ....... '0' ,"OW.LL. lie In the published testimonythe The Daughters of the American
World's Citrus Center advortll' DI'-e., CH".UI admiral said: "It Is significant Revolution cut their usual five-day
Hu..T. Ru N"1 IIiCNaRO NIARo"LUM vention to four tot
days. The world Is in
I "M.Rl: N.NRTa1L1Y. Nothing succeeds like sue to me how few of the takes pretty good shape after all. If it <
the DAR
hNuMNM cess, and the admiral's unquestioned senior people in the responsible four days to save It.
achievement in the management positions at *

a The LEDGER'S telephones : All Deportments-686-1151 field of nuclear.powered vessels the time of Thresher's loss SO\ I't Ambassador! Dobr'nin is as worried about Laos .s Dean Kusk! 1 is.!
has given this country the had anything to do with her Neither of them knows whether that's a troika over there or a bulldozer
i mobile deterrent that makes basic design. It Is rare for *

suiscmrriON RATES Polaris an officer both to start and President Johnson says Cuba will be if
sorry they shoot at our photo planes.
HOMi DILIVtlttiOn finish a job. For example Well unleash Barry Goldwater _
t sense mobile underwater missile during the five to six years
oar . . . .. . S240 On ", ...," . . .. . $ I.91 bases. encompassed In the design Robert "'ors)the or :Minnesota: i *

Sit maths . .. .. . 11.70 WHit . . $ ,45 On April 17 one of those construction and evaluation of GOr keynote: "All right fellows may keynote the Republican convention.
many reports of committee the Thresher, some of the key not panic until H'e ee if Ike bas found
Three "Ih. $ S.IS On. ray, be ""&' $16.00 anybody else.
hearings came Off the presses job changes were approximately _
In the government printing as follows: The Portsmouth *
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by house. There is such a flood Naval Shipyard which his Now It comes out that the President looks in two mirrors when he reads
of these that few receive more was assigned the detail design speeches-with an occasional pause for reflection.
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 than casual scanning Thisis responsible for the Thresher *

true of the one of April I 17 had three shipyard commanders Republicans claIm LDJ 'Is promoting a phony prosperity to win the election

which Is a fairly thick book three production officers Once it's over we'll all have to drive our own nn again, and try to (ul.down
,!. -- containing Part Five of the five fanning officers and three Ota the light bilLr

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Plane CrashIn wllaaaaetelettaslaga ___ LAKELAND LEDGER,".Monday, April 27. 1X4___'I rim


Kills Four Many Soviets In '> ,

"'. : ,/
VALDEZ: Alaska (AP) A .
plane which had just left Gov U Se Are SpiesBy I

William Egan at the Valdez airport _. __ ._ '1kr f ak .
plunged into Prince Wil 1 -

liam Sound about a mile offshore FULTON LEWIS JR. conferences, collecting Information a
WASHINGTON A top- for Soviet Intelligence,
late Saturday, killing the
heavy of the Soviet
four men aboard. bloc percentage diplomats stationedin Hoover said During 1962 '?

On the/ Alaska National Guard this country have been dispatched Soviet military attaches: made
plane were Maj.) Gen Thomas here on Intelligence 23 reconnaissance t rip a"
Carroll adjutant general of missions. through various sections of the N
Alaska; Lt Col. Thomas Nori s. So revealed country They got only closely -
Anchorage pilot; Maj.) James FBI DirectorJ. viewed Industrial and military
Rowe Anchorage copilot and Edgar Installations but collected ,
T Sgt Kenneth Ayers Anchorage Hoover in a t 1 maps and aerial photographs r th
flight engineer closed door of major cities During

Search boats recovered only session withmembers' 1963 36 such trips were
wing tanks, an oil tank, a briefcase of made S, YANCEY
an uninflated life raft anda the House Ap- TIlE GRU (Soviet Military
head rest from a seat I propriationsCommittee Intelligence Service) Is reported STATE SENATOR

to have divided the U. S, ,
MOVED TO : three months Into geographical areas, each x

118 W LEMON ST. mony ago In released test! LEWIS of officer which who is assigned is supposed to a GRU to
last week, Hoover
Lanier put at close visit that area frequently and :
Upshaw, .
to :,000 the number of Communist
I become acquainted with
IMCMUMuri .. .
hAiM rNm a_r.eo bloc nationals permanently military establishment and s
Awnw In"o_ attached to embassies industrial facility Hoover Do You Want To Be Klfll
and consulates here. I
I said. Represented By An INU
Virtually all Communist
Soviet "diplomats'& often recruit a
TIME FOR A I diplomats are charged with
U.S. citizens
,for espionage
CHANGE ; the collection of unclassified While Marxist Ideologues UNSIGHTLY MESS-THI cent end rubblih make. this portion of the Idgewoed Drive ditch in un. "Experienced" Competitor?
I information that Is of con are preferred non-Communists tightly men In the vicinity' et Pintdol Street Residents of the area ... complaining Idol pltoi for
I liderabte value to Soviet military are readily accepted. the ceunty to el.! .. up the ditch .hew lone .no.niweredt&C .
I men. This material is Blackmail, bribery and threats QUILLIAN YANCEY is not
found in government reports, of
physical are often
in technical I publications, in used to convince Americans to your competitor. Yancey ,
r military analyses cooperate. Hoover further
Soviet N owns no property outside Polk County,
diplomats& sometimesattend disclosed:
scientific and industrial * 1 w&tit.lv&f9m&wfift
"Since the Soviet bloc has

A = long-range espionage plans Yoncey !IS NOT in a position to
for use against this country,
they have shown considerable r, tG undercut market prices on citrus,
patience in recruiting American .
MIR AND EQUAL ) students, and In numerous
TAXATION FOR ALL Instances have' offered to QUILLIAN YANCEY is concerned
Will Keep All PremiMi
finance their college educa- : hr
ELECT tion, provided they will seek about the effect synthetic-type fruit
government employment after
graduation and cooperate with juices is having on the industry
Ralph J. Rossi STATE; Soviet intelligence," 44

Hoover revealed, too that A
ASSESSOR Soviet diplomats are used as QUILLIAN YANCEY is experiencedin

H rt. Adv. kr *. t. Horn '>*, w. W ** contacts with "deep cover"
espionage agents, These operatives handling legislation to promotethe

Hoover explained, "are
I best of the
well I trained professionals, interests citrus

Hire who usually operate under assumed and vegetable industries.
al names cleverly
fabricated documents, and
Charles L.
Cooper who are supplied with the lat
Sk 8SS QUILLIAN YANCEY, as State Senator,
est scientific equipment"THE IT fa :& Vr'A. !
k As Your Tax CollectorA MOST notorious deep will study your citrus problems and

cover agent exposed by the
17 yon Acceuntint Adminiitnhcn FBI was Col\, Rudolf Abel WORK WITH YOU to help solve
'.ckfroundI .
Hoover Insisted the Com-
; Operates TeipeyenC .Me l.nines t. compete with munlst Party, USA, remains a them insofar as it is possible

L real threat Its 10,000 members -
Will .. r.ll-Tim. Collector are assisted by many through legislation,

Pd. Pel. II.... I thousands of ex-comrades who

II I have dropped open party affiliation WEEDS TAKE OVtH-Wetdi swine eroynd the Idgtwaod Drive ditch provide a fever for QUILLIAN YANCEY is Qualifiedby

to avoid prosecution, nabs. ...1".".. of the area mplaln' ; The Miio'inti have olio complained of the odor caused byterbego I
I Nor does that hardcore fig-
In the ditch (Ledger, Photo I Stolnheuitr)
open I
BALDWINORGANS educationand
ure of 10000 include the tens ._ --- .- background, training,
of thousands of U.S. citizens EXPERIENCE to SERVEAs
claimed by the party as "stateof Pinedale St. ResidentsCall
mind" members. CRENVILLE Que (AP) -i I Your

It The hood flew up on Eugene Le-
for The FBI has more than 150
Home Church Communist controlled front For Ditch CleanUpHuffed roux's car Sunday as he was, I
or under surveillance. STATE SENATORVOTE
groups riving near Grenville, and the
i Group orgon lessons Hoover revealed that Com- car crashed Into a telephone I'
eoch munist propaganda continuesto residents of Pinedale behind the homes as "a real )
Tuesday night pole. Leroux, 58, and his daugh '
roll off the printing press, !Street, just outside southeast health and safety hazzard. ') FOR YANCEY
7:30 er Gabrielle 19 were killed. .
p.m and Identified ten publications Lakeland, say they want a pre ,
"We have complained to the Mrs Leroux H. Pol
was hospitalized
Plane These election I remedy from County ,,
Organ t tJqutrttrt/ In folk Cennfy a Party-controlled.
for the two critical condition, i
county past years
periodicals are published in Commissioner I Floyd Wood for - ,,
LONNELL INC. Yiddish, Spanish, and English I their drainage ditch problem instead without the first results," said ; __- -_-.-.__--_"_"""_'-_' --- - - - - mm. i _._ ,j

They are aimed at the Negro, I of the unfulfilled promises farrer.
500 South Florida Ave Ph. MU 2-3191 the trade unionist, the student I hey have been getting for the (11,000 Cost Seen LAKELAND PARENTS :
and the Intellectual. J past two years.
-- Jim Farcer of 3022 Pinedale "The stagnant overgrown
I described( : the uncovered ditch'ditch." recently petitioned

I Comet..World's 100,000-Mile Durability ChampionAt running along New Jersey .Rd: against by 60 residents& "Just ,
II Isn't draining" they. say. _And
after consulting C Waldo Field.
Daytona a team of four specially equipped In Africa, Comet showed its stamina again In zvestia Claims feel
leg county engineer they
'64 Comets each travtled day and night 100.000 "th. wildest rife on earth' .the monsoon.swept
piping the water into the nearbyphosph.te
miles at over 105 milts per hour-an un- East African Safari Rally 94 cars started Only Russian Ads pit Is the only answer
equaled feat of stamina and durability 21 finished the run. .tw if them were CometsLeads .
that will work Fielding said
Lack Color
the cost of pipe construction
R would be approximately $19,000
: MOSCOW AP The Soviet
( ) -
Complaining /home owners
Union out help wanted
has put a
the county should pay the cost
sign for some Madison Avenue '
I "The Pinedale residents pay
H creativityThe .
government newspaper $((4.500 a year In taxes." said
Izvestia complained Friday that Ferrer "and that isn't countingthe

the Soviet Unions smattering people along New Jersey
Is und who have also complained about
of advertising boring
cheerless and Isn't bringing in this situation "We feel our
combined taxes could pay for
the customers. .
Izvestia is edited by the widely this In a couple or years.' Far' r

traveled Alexei Adjhubel, rer saidPetitioners. I
Premier Khrushchev's son.in. say the water-
law. filled ditch II a haven for t
I Too often Russian shoppers do snakes dead animals mosquitoes -
not know products are cvailnblesecause and garbage and they
Our Children Need Bill Read ForHARMONY
they aren't advertised want something done about it ,

: \ Izvestia complained. When ads now.
do appear they aren't very Inspiring -
the paper said citing The United States had only
) < such examples as "Tea is a six miles of railroad track in

x s u. eud.u useful and tasty drink" and .831. Today there are more'
eta. M..1,15"stu.a..q Use the services of railwaytransport" than 200000 miles of first track!

1; i mileage In Our School
,, fl temweatits M.A i. SystemAlmost
sr AM.a.

every day there it a new report on the lack of harmony In our

You Are InvitedTo school system This continuing lark of harmony slows down the progress

that we should be making toward the Improvement of our children'

Mlc110iA1 Join Me in Helping Elect education

'e"'a"'l' maiar ea4rI HILL HEAD will bring the spirit of harmony back into our school 'i

j I JAMES J. MUSSOTo system by restoring (cooperation between the Superintendent of Public

I ,
.j I I Instructions office and folk County's School Hoard, teachers and parents.

L .
. Represent Polk CountyAs ; And, HILL III.AD will effectively sent ALL of folk County not asa

politician, but as a respected Impartial educational administrator.
the sales success parade! A County Commissioner

Is It any surprise that Comet sales are up to miles of African mud rocks and jungle-the ( District County-Wide Vote)II Vote for HILL BEAD: Superintendent of Public Instruction.
almost double last year's?Comet proves what first to carry America colors in the world's
it cn do. After 100.000 miles at Daytona, toughest car event Want more reasons? Just
one of these special Comets has traveled take a look at this new Comet Husky, racy
another 31,000 and is Mill going atront.Then beautiful. and built, really built Make I BELIEVE HIS QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
rally-equipped Comets slogged through 3.183 tracks for a Comet your Mercury dealer

htllfld..No. York Wortd ran
104,10' f Wonder < I -
.c' A*" u"" s MH '"'' et ins I ed "" patty

Claude JenkinsLINCOLNMERCURY, INC. Dn. f lJ1.JL Clnni1LP' ;

941 E, Main St Lakeland, Fto. Phone 682-6151

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;'e_ LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday April 27 W4 I ', '
SAVE AT AtP 1 .: ' i'V'f'J. 't

Gulf Coast Areas Get \ 6S r W>8" 'Et9m J r Jt mY:t'ui.," ,.". ...11.'tP.'" ::;

rilii''LJ'rff\x.'M"-\frJ'l: ', i

M Top Round ;Heavy Amounts Of RainBy ; M_.. _'LJ< : .' ._,;A' .. t-Q i .!!.+. 'T" g' ; ,

r ': \ . :::. "" .0 " . ___. ""'" . f
4 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thunderstorms which strut!

I Wet and cloudy weather cov Pensacola, Fla., Sunday night Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation
:ered broad In the
SteakOr areas dropped nearly 3'/!!$ inches of rain
e half of the nation today with
i more drenching rains (in the in a slx-hour period. The heavy STATION H. L Chicago ............ 58 52 Milwaukee ......... 55 47

I central Gulf Coast and in most rain belt over most 6f the Mis Miami ............. 86 77 Cincinnati .......... 67 54 Mpls.-St Paul ..... n 56
...... 82 65
Cleveland .......... 73 56 New Orleans
of the Mississippi Valley. sissippl Valley extended throughthe Jacksonville ....... SI 71 (
Minute CubedYour Denver ............ 57 41 New York ......... 63 44
Heavy rains over the week Missouri( Valley, Key West .......... 86 78 "
I ..
68 48
Des Moines ....... 71 48' Omaha ........
0 end caused flooding of some Light showers splashed mos LAKELAND ....... 88'' 17 ? ....... 64 39 -,
4 Detroit ...... ..... 66 55 .
rivers and streams along the of the Ohio Valley and drizzle Orlando ......7..... 89 69 Fairbanks .........1 39 28 Pittsburgh ........> 72' "52 .
t a Mississippi coast. Rainfall In and light rain was reported In Sarasota ........... 88 68 Fort Worth ........ 77 55 St. Louis .......... 75 55'
a .+ Choicer 8 7c Biloxi measured about seven the upper Great Lakes region Tallahassee ........ 79 71 Honolulu ........... 83 71 San Francisco ..... 58'I' 49

I.inches.. Sunday- -,. -, ______,_ and In the northwest quarter ot Tampa ............. 82 70 Indianapolis ....... 62 58 Seattle ............. 54 44'.

Lb.'SUPERRIGHT" the nation, W. Palm Beach .... 89 76 Juneau ,......,....S. 45 30, ''(* 'j'j''i
Two tornadoes struck areas In Kansas City ....... 70 54 BAROMETER .

iltfgrfKlNGSWOOD Texas Sunday as strong winds Atlanta .......,.... 55 51 Los Angeles ........ 71 58 7am. -2192 v<,;
buffeted many sections of the Boston ............. 60 44 Memphis .......... 73 64 1 p.m Sunday -29.91. v,:

Early morning temperatures -
ranged from the 20s in the northern V/eathercast I i"wY
rockies to 80 In southern twY ,Wr.o t
Florida Partly cloudy skies and warm .w,

___ temperatures will continue here ur.wr

License plates In vermont!through tomorrow with a r"(, '

and Oklahoma don't foul around chance of widely scattered late '

with state slogans. They say afternoon and early night show ZONE FORECASTS : !It .
"See Vermont" and "Visit A-Becoming partly cloudy Jt--
ers. '""
Oklahoma" tonight and Tuesday A little owr
Southerly winds will blow at
- cooler tonight Low tonight 58 t '
10 to 20 miles an hour during '

Science Shrinks Piles I II the daylight hours, dropping to to B-BeeomingleSl 64 cloudy Tuesday _!:_ 43
4 I to 8 miles an hour at night.' ., :
Low tonight 66 to 70

I': New Way Without Surgery expected.Moderately high humidity was I,I with C Considerable occasional thundershowers cloudiness rtn? \\ -

The maximum temperature

I! Stops Itch-Relieves Pain. yesterday the minimum was this 88 morning degrees was and 68 through to 72.E.F.j.H.l. Tuesday. Low tonight H'L-\
-- - ---
; NOT Twk, h. T. (S, .l.l>-For the 10 thorough that eufferen mod B 17 degrees. Rainfall at the city Partly cloudy
Brit tim sclenco has found now itonlihlng UUmonti like "PUo hall weather station totaled 66 through Tuesday with scattered wYw i
i holing ubiUnco with th* Mton hart coated to be a probleml" of an Inch evening thundershowers. Low ,
nY Ishinf ability to shrink lioraorrholds The socrot ti a now heeling skstaneo tonight 70 to 75. Southeasterlywinds trrw4tara'r .,
' stop itchlnf, sad foliar (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of 10 to 20 miles per hour
pain-without surgery. ..oleI-l.mou. research InitltuU. It has been estimated that higher near showers.J slightly normal I elsewhere.
In after while gully) This oubstance Is availablein
case ceie now
C relieving oils actual reduction ..."po.itorlor eintanterw the world population will double -Partly cloudy through Tuesday Sample daily temperatures:
lb. (shrlnksg-e) took place.Moit under tho name freparocwn H*. and consumption of water Low tonight 75 :to 60 at Tallahassee 84 to 84
r Jr (mating of all-r
-a.r century: day with widely scattered showers Precipitation will be generally .
--- --- --
Low tonight mid 70s. with amounts
pkg. heavy rang.
,,,,.. ,, .
?" g ? lag from one to two inches ia
FLORIDA FIVE-DAY FORE the south and three to five

t II CAST: Temperatures through' inches In the extreme north.
Vote forJAMES b I Saturday will average near Showers can be expected
. normal in the extreme north to through most of the period
Special! Sultana I

Jelly J. MUSSO 'President Not, Following I

;- i ? !Advice On CampaigningBy

Q ,?r1 ,
.. CommissionerDISTRICT
APPIe-Grape County I
% JACK BFLL strated on his whirlwind four-
e AP- Presi!state swing through poverty
Appb-Blockberty i WASHINGTON (
areas Friday.
dent Johnson Is taking his presidential
Apple-Raspberry The President did almost
+ 3 election campaign Into
Apple-S/rawberry :the streets and supermarkets I everything the Secret Serv
with his
ice charged personal
advice of
Countywide Vote despite the contrary
safety didn't want him to do.
Mix or Match 'em THANK YOU some party strategists.Johnson's One demonstration of exuberant
I natural proclivityto
,, ..... v. JImmIei I "press the flesh" of the approval for him in South Bend,
'' Ind., Almost got out of hand
voters' hands was demon
3"'b.$100Jars' when students jostled him despite
Enriched Bread --
Jane Parker White i; I I police and Secret service tI


Now enjoy JANE PARKER'S IMPROVED White Briadl :Truman, who concedes he did I

hi foamy Smooth Texturt No Holes Wonderful flavor i Special A&P Frozen Cut :some of these things himself
said in New York that he thinks
eating Golden Johnson is taking too many
'chances by mixing in the
i Know The .; crowds
Thin Sliced or Ex fro Thin ecore' I *
Sliced Sandwich Loaf "' M Truman aid' president
,t d } 1Vg'Y should "mix with the people-
., Icy
pr; YM t 1 1 M 'let them see him and talk with
OFAustin them and tell them what he has
2 Leal + !+ 11'' Peoa y Carrots II on his mind. But he added

that "the President should give

tJ P lb.PkB. Race Jr. ? I I his to open bodyguards up a path an for opportunity him so

i they can properly protect him."

Every bit at good at the best . yet/ costs you /less I But when Johnson unexpect-

r j edly hopped out of his automobile
1 in Pittsburgh to walk along

TEXAS YELLOWOnions County-Wide School Board Member ,the streets shaking hands he
I I was only doing what comes

The following resume Is primarily tor the new residents of the I naturally.Campaigning( in Texas or try-
3 Lb. 25CFRESH Ing to quiet the fears of West
Bog greater Lakeland area and fo refresh some older memories. : Berliners after the wall was
'II erected in 1961 it was the same

thing: Johnson has an urge as
1953-5: : I
he himself describes it, to look
YELLOWSquash Austin Roc worked with the County Council-lakelend Civic Groups on th* limited budget far our growing school needi. TKo I into the faces of individuals. and
Greater Winrir Heven 1. T, Council wai formed for county wide action for good) ichooli. Auitin R.ee wot Chairman of this their hands.
Council for ill press
: Politicians agree this informality -

2 19c 1 951-55: : : *. : Is great stuff for candidates
Ibs. seeking office as Johnson
Auitin Reesi: *i Chairman/ of hit Council, with P.TA. luport county-wide-hod tho Slat Deportment of tducotien return to obviously will be in November
Polk County tact completely' reiurvey Polk't growing; neodi.
M i I They concede that when a president
195559Auitin : : : gets into the-middle of a
crowd he leaves a lasting
WESTERN WINESAPApples Rut end Mallory Robert, working 01 a teem,,ivccetifully worked with ".T.A'.., civic grovps ...elschool potroni in bring 'milling Impression on all of those
'Ing about the proper financing for Polk County echoed. About 40% of Auitin Roce'l time wet ipent hi thn program-during
been able to grab his
tho 4 ,..rs. who have ,
hand or even to touch him.
1959-GO: i But party strategists wonder
4 Lbt 49c if it is worth it [in terms of presidential
Austin Roc wet appointed the School' loord. On of hn fint challenging problomi' 01 a School' Board Member com at tho ,..
Bag afar at the Lakeland J.e..', and P.T.A'l. H* successfully had tho location of tho now N.W, Jrr.. High changed from the endurance and the cost
corner of Providence fj Griffin to iti proper location-Tho Kathleen, $,. High rift of today Auitin Roc ipearheaded 1959rterrrty of disrupted schedules.
of Polk County hool.. ..-

i,b. Ittf;<).({iAuitin 'BanTheBomb'Movement

'f11mf"iWJIJane : Race wot ra-electid 01 your county-wide School' Board Member. Auitin Rae had to fight to have the building program aerecommended
for Lakeland end other citiet lollowtd-nwlft, New Crystal lad Elementary-North Lakeland tlamenlary-Lm. Hit
Parker Delicious Dutch Special! White House Instant Nonfat coin Avenue EI."t.y-K.thl.. addition, etc ,

APPLEPIES 19GIG2Auitin By Douglas-Home

DR'Y'MILK Roc led a tucceiiful campaign with the eid P.T.A. ond Civic Groupi county-wide to change from itandord "wlnp-type" ,
conitructian to compact air eondiflontschnl plants. A tart minute battle.-'led by Auitin Race provided Hoinee City Mulberry : LONDON (APHIn a slap atBritain's
and Winter Haven with thair tint complete, modern air conditioned ichooli..' Proper placement of othor additioni countywide ban the-bomb
war built ai ndd. I
meat Prime Minister Sir Aleo

19G2G3Auitin Douglas-Home says foreign policy -
results aren't won by "sit.
Race working with lehelenRT.A.. groupi lucceiifully, heel the plant changed to "'... PolmofO Ilemontory a modern, air
Or around in streets
ting damp
Pineapple Pies eenditianteckoeL Jew Keen then fallowed. Lincoln llemontery wee approved for completion. Additioni. at Kathleen approved
-now conitructian addition. in general' proceeded nicely bated a pen need.Auitin marching about'Sir
Alec gave his own formula
0 t 1963.61 tor getting results in the cold

Mb.,8-0x. 39' 8 Qt 5 9cPkg. Roc responded again t* requests from lehelnRTA..t and civic groups to prevent Lakaland't $.W. Jr-Sr. High J war in two political speeches at
Each School.... being Improperly located. RetulH-instead at th* New Cryttal Lake Jr.-Jr. High being located In tha law area fust Slough and Reading Friday.
south of th* old' Lakeland-Winter: Haven Road'and Cambe. flee New Jr -Sr. High will be located south af Cryttal' Elementary "You get them by keeping up
In a spacious, beautiful, high and dry location. Tha Lakeland I Jr. High will h.rt new Kitchen' by fall. Now air conditioned your guard retaining your qu-
Jan Porker Golden, Cinnamon or modern lemenlarlas will b. built this year near Lake Cibton and in the bran Prk section., complete far '(5. Othor construction clear arms so war cannot breakout
Su.reel Spociol! Ann Pogo Tomato additions ar progressing according t* need and schedule. and by going to the conference .

'. < table and insisting that
Donuts Bo.VfJan 19 Soup3I0c-n 29 19G5G9Auitin :
matters of dispute should be set-
Roc will, continue t* amt the Lakeland area as ha has In the post H* will continue working for to.e......, students tei- eled there." he said.
Parker Brown 'N ServoRolls Spatial) Ann hot Blended papa and '.""h. Austin Rece wlll..ot |ain minority groupi who wont special pononol favors such ai-schools named undosirablo Douglas Home said the
1 Pt., B O:. rand sites-personnel' changes without cauio-friends hired
2 "Ti", 29 Syrup 49"r danger of war with the Soviet
Bottle' Union "is in my opinion out"

He cited the agreement by the

;'; '\';\t,, YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND Soviet Union the United States
and Britain this week to cutback

on the production of fissionable

,art Savi Only Phi d'Stamps iris, in th>. .d .,. ,o. rhrou11 w"' April purposes
% ?. Gel Fine Gifts Faster
IMl :,a' ATUNTIC a MCek N* CQWANr, INC : The language of the ancient
30QA S Flo AVB
Incas Is more widely used than
Ci.uMin. J. tftcujL in their heyday four centuries
1 1 9 Lakeland Start f /L. ago. Quechua Is the only lan

guage spoken by millions of
Open at 8:30 KM. present-day inhabitants of Peru,
H. ft. kv II,,"," T, eta Jr, CemMien fund n. I, Sl>u
,art about 28 dialects.



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. I -jj JJL cM lantl 1glr; "". ."., Pionettes Welcome Wagon Monday LAKEIAVD, April 27, 1I6! LEDGER,7 ;

A3g t Meet TomorrowWelcome _h __ _

Lucky Lakelanders Go To Park To Nominate, Wagon Club will

Elect HeadsAnnual meet tomorrow at noon at the

To Meet Springtime HalfwayBy reports by officers be Crest elected.Restaurant Officer will

and special committee chair. Members of the nominating

LUCIA MYERS II men will be given at the meet committee are Mrs. Eugene
., Leber, Mrs. Thomas Ellis,
Honeymooners Here -.... .... ing of the Pionette Business Mrs George Goller and Mrs.
Two lucky Lakelanders went to meet spring. t' < and Professional Women'* Robert
Honeymooners Varney.
from Neptune, N.J., Mr. and Club at the Cadet Restaurant
[ time in the O'Leno State Park near Higb Mrs. Elwood Conaway, have spent a week ."Qt tomorrow at 7 p.m. The meet High scorer at bridge this
[ springs recently. with her mother, Mrs. Helen H. Chamberlainon tt' ing U directed by the executive month was Mrs. Leslie Blake-

Mrs. Warren W. Willis and Mrs. J. Frank Lake Morton Drive. To meet her mother's ", { board, Miss Phyllis Smith, man. ,.
friends, Mrs. Conaway looked like a portraitof Mrs Rebecca Norvell, Mrs.
[ Hawkins, leaders in the Lakeland Council of a spring bride-in her wedding costume of .4J Doretta Borde, Mrs. Estelle '---------

Camp Fire Girls, were on"the staff of the na grey suit and small veiled lilac hat. ( Patchin Mrs. Edith Walker,

ture study camp sponsored by the Florida It was the first Florida visit for Mr. Cona Mrs. Dessle B. Smith and Mrs. BALDWIN
way, who is a refrigeration He Helen Berry.
I Federation of Garden Clubs.A engineer commented II '
on the friendliness of the people here, ; Miss Juanita Evans, chair- I
of 32 women-all of whom 4 PIANOS
group are with a special' remark on the courtesy and man, will give the report of :
[ leaders in their communities the finance committee ' ,
youth spent helpfulness of those who work in Lakeland's 't", "
Grands Consoles :
nearly a week living in cabins in the state eating places Mrs. Jeannette Cooper, ,
chairman, will read the reportof
birds and * Spinets, Studios :
park, observing trees and flowers ,. 4 the nominating committeeand
learning woodland crafts.A the annual election of officers .
trip to Okefenokee Swamp gave glimpsesof SightseeingInsideMrs. w '\ will be held. Other Group Organ Lessons Each Tues. Night 7:30 p.m. :

strange and beautiful vegetation. For ex Elizabeth Reiser has had a brief visit r members of the nominating
from her daughter's family-Ma], and Mrs. 1 committee are Mrs. Gladys
ample, Mrs. Willis cited the "hurrah bushes," Jack R. Maurer, Elizabeth and Katherine, of r R4rr Williams and Mrs. Mary Anne LONNELL INC.
bursting with pink and bell-like clusters. Miami. Campbell. ,
Miss Hazel Crews will 500 S. Florida Ave MU 2.3191 ,
learned to make butterflies for flower The report -
They girls, who are 14 and 10, always do III
on the district meeting
arrangements, from portions of Spanish bayonet some sightseeing inside their grandmother'shome. 1 held In Wauchula. Organ and Fiona Htadqvarltn hr Folk County

, which were put into an oven until they She lived in ,Japan for a short while Miss Doris Gilmore, chair
when her son was stationed there. From that man of installation'ceremon-
turned yellow. country she brought back many art objects- ies, will announce final plans
Led Devotionals figurines, wall scrolls and even furniture- for the installation of the new MOTIIKIVS D/

Mrs. Willis led the morning devotions and which she has arranged in her home on South officers. Al'
the camp singing. One day she based the program Boulevard. For the Miami visitors, her roses MRS. JAMES WALTER LEE Plans for the reception to

on the 104th Psalm, her favorite, with were in full bloom. And as an additional attraction be given for new members ''I
the girls watched a pair of ducks will be revealed by Mrs. .
of nature references. Mrs. ;
majestic range
its Miss Nelson
Is Bride Bordo.N House of Glamour
the of I
Hawkins directed recreation and had charge building a nest on ,edge Lake Morton. Salon ,.,
of a "cook-out. This annual leadership program Orft

is named the Blanche Covington Nature She Collects SeedsWith Of James Walter LeeMiss nEl'E iT OF A SELLOUT
Study Course for a former FFGC president.

fhe week, revealing the richness and variety an artist's eye Mrs. Alex Simpson of Lois Earlene Nelson, Dave Werner organist, and e ., QUALITY PERMANENT WAVES
of plant life and bird life in a nearby Jonesville, Mich., admired Lakeland's vegetation daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. Werner soloist I I
pocket of Florida, will be shared in numerous so much that she collected seeds from D. Nelson, Ill W. Sixth St., Given In marriage by her $J"95
ways with Camp Fire Girls, as well as with some of the bushes'in her Jaunts around town. became the bride of A.2.C. uncle, Ernest Nelson of Clear-
school and church groups. For their first reports "If they sprout In Michigan, she won't James Walter Lee, son of Mr. water, the bride's dress of embroidered eVin While They Lost Only Ur CompletePltatt

on their return, Mrs. Willis and Mrs. know what they are, because I couldn't Identify and Mrs. Warren Gage, yes satin brocade was d Stop In or Call MU 69524 for Appointment
Hawkins had an eager group of listeners in them all for her," commented Mrs. John terday afternoon at Webster made by her mother. y

their own children. Cobb, the aunt whom she was visiting here. Avenue Baptist Church. She carried her moth r's k a house .Of 'Glum our
Mrs. Willis will find many uses for her new However, her principal Lakeland souvenir was The Rev. Ernie Habecker, white Bible topped with a cascade .
Insights into the book of nature, at the Methodist the clump of shrimp plants which Mrs. Cobb pastor, performed the cere- arrangement bf sweet. 930 Combee Road North
mony following music by Mrs.Girls' heart roses, centered with awhile \, 0.." Thur.. Nib ky A.p.lntm.n tOO' tr>. Working Olr''
this from her East Park Street. .
Youth Camp summer at Leesburg. dug up yard on orchid. The bride's only _H_ _ ____ _._ __
Annually she spends many weeks there, since The Simpson, on their first trip to Florida,
jewelry locket girt
the camp is connected with her husband's lived in Fort Wayne, Ind., before his recent SoeDelegates of her father was a gold ,

work as director of youth work for the Florida retirement as high school chemistry teacher Mrs, Donald Lance was matron .
Methodist Conference. Mrs. Simpson paints landscapes and portraits. of honor and maid of

honor was Miss Joyce Nelson,

Orientation Session Set Two Recitals Are Named embroidered bride's sister.satin They I wore brocade red

, sheath dresses, and carried

This Week At nosegays of white sweetheart
By Hospital AuxiliaryAn Girls' State delegates from roses, entwined with red and .
Barlow and Winter Haven white ribbon A Financing Plan for Every Need

orientation session for ties will be explained by Mrs. College ChapelTwo High Schools have been se Best Man

members of Lakeland Loretta Spencer, director of lected as follows:
new Bartow Best man was A2C. James
inservice education. : Miss Judy Sutherland ,
iieneral Hospital Auxiliary will recitals are plannedthis daughter of Mr. and Clark of Orlando Air Force 'r''' I e
Other subjects to be explained 11 III IllJl
week the Florida
on Mrs. Ted Base Groomsmen were Ronnie
be held Wednesday at 9:30: () Sutherland of Al- P
auxiliary history,
are Southern College campus. turas and Kldd, Gene Huckabay,
granddaughter of
..m. at the hospital auditorium. service description, ethics, personnel Tomorrow night at 7:30: () Mrs. A. B. Collier of Lake- Earl Nelson Jr., bride's broth..

Eugene Prentice, assistant facts and scholarship o'clock In the Annie Pfeiffer land, and Miss Barbara Aden, er, and Paul Hooks. Michael 1 1r lr
hospital administrator, will Inform fund.A .
and memorial
Chapel, Madame Anne Roselle daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nelson, bride's brother, was a
members as to hospital complete tour of the hospital
will present her voice studentsin Herman Allen of Bartow Junior usher.
procedures and plans. There will follow Members recital. Prof. William Spiv- Winter Haven: Miss Pam Miss Georgia Lou Jones Invited -
will be a question and answer attending the session will be pianist, will bride', ; 1 1 1a
ey accompanythe Cooney, daughter of Mr. and guests to sign the ,
period. Professional staff du- given two hours credit. soloists. book
at the the
-- Mrs. Raymond Cooney; Miss reception at
i Those students taking partIn Jerd1 Reddick, daughter of Mr. church: social hall Assisting
Miss Phillips Mrs. DuBose, the program will 'be Patty .. arld'Mra. HowelCB. Reddick; in hospitalities were Mrr. N.
Parsons, Richard Wooten, and Miss Ginger Robertson, H. Stre/t/ Mist Jeannle SC01 l ,
Mrs. BoothAffending Sheila Smith, Maxwell Elliott daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RossI. bright, Miss Margie Nelson,
Bride-Elect Yvonne Newkirk and Barbara Robertson. bride's aunt, Miss Latrelle
Meet Milligan. Girls' State, an exercise In Smith, Mrs. Wilma Amison,
To Be FetedMiss An organ recital by the students government, is held duringthe Miss Carolyn Moore, Mrs. B,
Mrs. Howard DuBose, 1m- of Prof. Thomas Brier. summer in Tallahassee, N. Bush and Miss Kathy Hus-

,mediate past city chairman, ley is planned for Wednesdayat '/sponsored by the American tin.The j ja
Clara Alice Phillips, and Mrs. Jay N. Booth, present 8:15: p.m. in Annie Pfeiffer Legion Auxiliary. newlyweds left for a Mgr
bride-elect of James Franklin city chairman, for the Chapel trip to the Gulf Beaches They
Rchinson, will be honored ata Florida Chain of Missionary The public is invited to both will live in Orlando, where he
lingerie showed tonight at Assemblies are representing events, which are planned In Women Voters Is stationed with the Air Force. fcJIt /
730 o'clock by Mrs. Shelby Lakeland at the annual state observance of National Music ll
Wright and Mrs. Arley Brock Week. ,
meeting today and tomorrowat MeetIs
at the former' home on the ,
Presbyterian Conference Women Of Moose
Galloway Road. 11L il
Center in Lake Placid.
The party rooms will be Meet TomorrowWomen s
The meeting started with a l apI
decorated with early summer Js
luncheon and ends withtomorrow'
flowers in rainbow colors, the today, luncheon. Mrs. Haven PTA, of Women Votersof of the Moose will r'
color theme chosen by the Polk County will meet tomorrow meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at '
brideelect.The Grady R, Swope of St. Peters Club Officers at 10 a.m. at Polk the Moose Lodge. Several
is state chairman. Business I
guest list Includes the burg Federal community room, Items relating to chapter business -
will consist of of -
honoree and her mother, Mrs. reports Southgate. will be discussed, and all 'tV
1964 chain from city chairmen, Are AnnouncedWINTER Members from the Winter I
Percy Phillips\ ; the prospec co-workers are to attend. tk
tive bridegroom's mother, assigning dates and announ- Haven area needing transportation The executive officers will I
Mrs. Robinson cing the theme for 1963 chain, meet at 9:13 y
Herbert ; and are to : meet at 7:10.mfOHMimn: t
Mrs. Sue Robinson, Mrs. Lana reading and amendments of HAVEN-New officers a.m. at Touchton's Drug Store,
Gilbert Miss Mary Ellen the constitution and by-laws, for the 196445 school Northgate Shopping Center. T
Phillips, Misses Kay and Fay and election of state officers. term have been elected by Under the chairmanship of "
Phelps Miss Sandra Keen, Highlight of the conventionwill members of Garner Elemen- Mrs. John F Dominick of Ark
Miss Jerry Jones, Miss Lola be the report of the state tary Parent-Teacher Association Lakeland, the League will begin MIOW AVAILABLE /
and Diane Hofstetter, Miss director, Mrs. Cecil Davis of as follows: Owen Lee, consideration of Its newly-
Arleen Brock and Miss Linda Daytona Beach, as she covers president; Max Day and Mrs. adopted local program subJect G l''
Robinson. the activities of the mission John Adams, vice presidents; "Water Control and _
Miss Ellen Savage, Misses aries as they visited each cityin Mrs. Lisle Davis and Mrs. Conservation in Central Flor *fc' *" SWjW*IQ&

Carol and Louise Roberts, 1964. James Brosseau, secretaries; ida." While new on the local DENTUflv
Miss Sue Underwood, Miss Mrs. DuBose and Mn. Booth and Jack Dierker, treasurer. level, water conservation is _2f .
Chris Mesmer, Miss Janice will give their report in the LAKE ELBERT not new to the League of NEW ASSOCIRTES'FAMILY
Carl, Misses Brenda and form of a telephone conversation Women Voters, having been
Karen Trowel). Miss Ann skit. WINTER HAVEN-Ed Gillette studied on the state and national n"nqN51
frets, Miss Anita Phillips, Mrs. Booth said the information will serve as presidentof levels over a period of HN
Miss Linda Trowell, Miss Kay received at the state I the Lake Elbert ElementarySchool years, Mrs Dominick said A
Surrency, Miss Elsie Connor, meeting will be disseminatedat Parent-Teacher Asso- film will be shown of work
Miss Kay Wright and Mrs. the next local board meeting I ciation. Other new officers planned or being dune In the GROWTH
the date to be announced. Include Lewis Ford, Peace River Valley
Wendell Rowan. : vice
_ ____ ______ --
:. I president Mrs. Robert
er, secretary; and Mrs. 1 The plastic that

CLEARANCE 1'/I/ liam Noelle LAKE, treasurer.SHIPP Turn'l- Phillips Fabrics holds dentures firm fiNANCING PLANprovides

1 055 S. "olda and comfortable!

for the next school term This Week' Special I

FLATS ALL DATE BOOK II ed by members of the Lake SARAN I ILewII money for 3 of the most important

Shipp Elementary School; Parent I II Choir kid. ..,d. ......._d.4 by'i

White Bone Red 'Yellow Brown > Black I Jerry-Tescher Hamor Association, president; : WEBBING1Z2' expenditures of young American families
Gunn, vice president; Mrs. I i .

Brown G, Connelly, secretary; Tar /. Medical . home furnishings . home Improvements .
lot .s do the lob now you can .
LOAFERS or I Mrs. W. A. Steorts, for yea I meet all your family needs-all, at once-with the Associates Family
The officers will be
Growth Financing Plan.
BlockWhite : treasurer'j We'll combine all your cooU Into one convenient
at the May meeting. _
'" payment-eliminate multiple Interest charges
SADDLES Cr5oo EAGLE LAKE GARDEN CLUB The Asuoriate let you grow and build future
Spiritual AND your now; you pay com.
WINTER HAVEN Mrs. I fortably, while your Incomo grows. This "Look-Ahead Borrowing"principle
Ray Thrasher has been elected Academic Training II can cut your payment, save you Interest.
to serve as president of There
are over 600 AsHodatos offices CODHt.to'<'O/Uit. One la near you.
/ Pair the Eagle Lake Garden Club. II Stop In, phone or write and ask our manager about this unique financing
Other new officers are: Mrs.J I plan You'll
I get Immediate, confidential
D. Bard vice president; service with low monthly pay.
designed for
I your situation
To 7.99 Mrs. Charles Young, 'secre-
tary; and Mrs. L. 0, Feagin,
THIS WEEK ONLY treasurer. A\
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tallesf bridge expert 1 In NORTH PRICES
the world may be William Root A Q754 EFFECTIVE
of New York, who looks se '
renely down on lesser mortals t JKS3 a6 X400 MON., TUES., WED.,

from a height of 6 feet 8 Inchei JK10742 e APRIL 27, 28, 29, 1964
He Is also one of the busiest EAST (D) WP<:T
with a heavy schedule of classesIn AA310 A62
addition to other activities'! AQ972 V K63f
such as organizing two NationalPar 82 t JlOSl tenderly
competitions and acting as AQ93 d.A865SOUTH .:
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Part-Score Value Cited AQ97
Root offers the deal shown
Neither side was vulnerable.
today as an example of the
The bidding: !
need to fight for the contract at
East South West North
the part score level. When East !
1 V Pass 2 V Pass
West have subsided In two
Pass 2 A Pass Pass
hearts many players In the Pass j
South position would no) feel
called upon to enter the bidding '
Nevertheless it Is correctto Two hearts by East Is also a c '
balance with two spades: tricky contract which can be 'jL ,, :
North is marked with a heart beaten if South leads his singleton 'a _
shortage and some high-card club; but holding four I
; strength, so It Is very probablethat trumps he Is more likely to lead t SARASOTA BRAND ., j 1 ,
North.South can make a a spade after which declarer: ,. ; ,
part score. South's failure to has no problems. '
((2'/2-5 Ib. P'
overcall on tne first round sug x Average) '
gests that he may have only Soviet Girls
four spades, so if North is shortin
spades the partnership may Try To Convert ; CORNED
still land In diamonds. I If! CHICKENSWIFT'S
North's distribution Is 2155 U. S. SailorsBOSTON
for example he could bid two
no-trump urging South to selectan (AP-An officer
unbid suit. I aboard a ship delivering wheatto n .
South has an easy ride In two Russia said Soviet girls k r
spades even if, ai Is likely he "tried to sell us communism" '
misguesses clubs. East wins the Dennis G. Doherty 24, sec. 69c
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West. Another diamond Is won Club In Odessa "where the
by dummy's king. and South girls would be waiting" "FRYER QUARTER SALE"OO
embarks on a cross ruff in clubs
"And they must have been
and hearts It then needs
careful "
chosen, he said "because
defense by East to save an
most of them were good lookIng -
overtrick: he must ruff the .
fourth round of clubs with the They'd suggest we go
Into another room for a talk
spade Jack or ten. (with ribs)
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YORK (AP-The itock Jersey), up % at 85% on 1,500; Opening on 1,600 shares each

market edged Irregularly high. and Electrical! & Musical Industries Montgomery Ward lost % at
BARTOW--I everything goes as planned, three er in moderately active
tradingat unchanged at 7% on 37'/ and Santa Fe
Polk County schools soon will be equipped with driv- the opening today was unchanged -
j ing ranges. But before the students hit Mom and Changes of most key stocks 2,300. at 28%.

Dad for a set of clubs and some golf balls let us explain were narrow. New York Ceneral was unchanged Boeing fell ft to 45% on 1,400
j further. Sears Roebuck however advanced at 344 on 1,900 shares, shares.
These driving ranges will be approximately 1'4 to 108% on 1,500! IBM rose M to 583% on 1.400 General Motors eased \'t to 83
r d.y.. \ two acres of paved area. shares. shares. United Air Lines fell on 3,500 shares.Douglas .
Now, those sports minded students are U.S. Rubber rose X to SI'/ H to 55% on 1,300 shares Aircraft and Caterpillar
visiting that good long roll off of the on 1,500 shares.Opening On 1,000-share blocks, American lost fractions.
blocks Included: Gen Airlines rose '/ to 45% and On Friday the Associated
tee. However, as was hinted in the
I above these driving eral Electric off H at 84% on American Motors was unchanged Press average of 60 stocks fell
paragraph, ranges 3,000 shares; Standard Oil (New at 16. 2.8 to 303.4.
will not be for golfers but for the pur

pose of teaching driver education. BLUE CHIPS I
John.Staples, director of personnel
for the school system explains the driv-
MILESTONE-Uktlondtr Dick Wtlli, center, It congr* uloft4 ky I9.". DM'' unior des I ing ranges as a "method where more B Y FEEL LIKE

I "rttid.** .f S.rt_. InUrnatienol', .ft., h. rcctircd a 4>.ni..i4 m.mk nkip; sword for .firollln| 25 students can be taught with fewer tZ4 a'4LOdQr ArJ .' IOWH100 Do
saw wtmbtrt int Lakeland. S.rtom Clyb. Leekin | as, .t ItH, I II ",... Cooper inttrratioiMl *'ir.c *f teachers. And at the same time stuSTUART SHAKES: .

I for the ...i'ri.ni ,., ... W.ll. r. .ivtf tk. ...,41n4I kolo4 Sortom Cluk ,..,.d foyr ..h.r- dent drivers are taken off the county's OF STOCK W .
.t the south ",1_' teaf.ror".F the .."k. chiki which k.. |lust .d4 In CI..,..,.,. highways. TNISCOMPANY! Etttr

How does It work? Well, Staples said the large

Youth Lakeland area is paved (as was previously mentioned), "much
Lakeland the same way as a large parking lot"

Sertoma Club This large area is then marked off to simulate

various road problems including stop signs railroad
boa e0
Arrested After tracks turns, caution lights curves, school zones, tG.t? .,
Wins AwardsCLEARWATER .parking places and others.

Using this marked-cff two acres, several begin *
Four ning drivers (Board Architect Gordon Dirkes saysas

ChaseA awards went to the Lakeland many as eight at one time) are placed behind the I
High-Speed Sertoma Club as the four-day wheels of cars which will be equipped with "walkie- The Daily InvestorBy
southern regional conventionof "
talkies or some other short-distance two way radio.
he observed the Sertoma Clubs held here An instructor then onto a control tower i
Lakelandyouth Sharrett said climbs .
17.yearold WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ.
ended yesterday. This, of course is an example.
was arrested in Plant car pulled\ it over, to the side and gives instructions communications sys
I have been reading on A four
up cent yield In
per high-
The Lakeland
road and the chapter was tem. For instance he might : "Car one, park in
fol. of the
City late Saturday night got say
tax-free bonds
named the best club in the NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE public lately. 1 quality tax-free public bonds Is
lowing a high-speed chase at youth's driver's license. 35-member Florida district lane two; Car two, proceed across the railroad and am interested In learning about relatively hard to find.

speeds over 100 miles an lie told Alderman to head won laurels for publishing the; turn left at the next intersection" and so forth. II a.m. this type of bond because! 1 The higher your tax bracket
hour which started In Lake toward the station but Dirkes said preliminary plans call for the towersto
police best bulletin; and received the Price would like to keep my money- the bigger advantage you will
land. instead, Sharret said Alder- Service to Mankind award and be portable to allow them to be moved to a specific Air Reduction ....,....... 57'/ rather than pay a big chunk of find In tax-free public bonds.

Patrolman C. E. Sharrett man said he was going home. membership retention award. area for special sessions. Alden ,.............,.... 28% It to Uncle Sam. How much For instance for a person In a
identified the youth as James Sharrett reported that Alderman In addition. Dick Wells was Present plans call for the ranges to be built at Allegheny Ludlum ........ 43 total Income should a person 50 per cent Federal income tax
Wendall Alderman of 1500 W. drove north on North awarded the diamond memo Winter Haven, Lakeland and Kathleen high schools.No Allied Chem ..........,... 52% have before II really pays him bracket, a 3.25 per cent yield In
Tenth St. Alderman was Brunell Avenue where the bership award-a tie clasp- target date has been set for completion of any of Allied Stores ............. 60% to Invest In tax-free public tax-free public bonds Is equalto
charged with fleeing arrest;; motorcycleman stopped the for bringing 25 new members the three, but on Wednesday the school board passeda Am Bosch ,.......,......, 14% bonds? a 8,S per cent yield In a fully-
willful and wanton reckless vehicle again. This time Alder. to the club. This award has resolution urging Attorney C A. Boswell to speedup Am Cyanamid .,..,.....,, 63% A. The answer to your ques taxable investment.
driving; assault with a deadly man did not give Sharrett a only been given twice beforein negotiations for a piece of property needed for Am Home Prd ....,.,..... 68 tion Is not so much "total in' Most brokerage firms and
weapon; and contributing to chance to get off his motorcycle Florida. the Lakeland which will be constructed southof Am Hospital ....... ......, 23% come" as it is where that Income many banks have worked up
the delinquency of minors. but instead drove off at range Am Mach & Frdy ........ 19% comes from tables on this. By checking sucha
Three Juveniles, who were a high rate of speed. Gilbert Turner of Tampa the school. Am Metal Prd .......... .. 21 Most Income (salaries, .Inter- table you should be able to
riding with Alderman were Motorcycle Damaged Florida governor of the clubs Am Motor ..... ........ ... 16 s jest, dividends) figure out whether it will really
released from the Polk County and Eugene Deale of Tulsa DAVE LOFCREN COUNTY DIRECTOR of Am Res & Dev ............ 23% i i Is taxable as "pay" you to buy such bonds.
Juvenile home to their parents.No Alderman drove west on Okla., senior vice president of driver education has estimated the ranges would pay Am Seating ........ ...... 34% ?ordinary in-
charges were filed against West 10th Street, Sharrett said Sertoma International made for themselves in three to six years with additionalstate Am Tobacco .............I.HO4> come." But Q. I am Interested In buying
them. and with Sharrett in hot pursuit the presentations. funds that would be available because of the Am Tel & Tel ....,....... 13% some Income is shares of a mutual fund. How

Sharrett said the incident Alderman crossed over Sertoma Clubs from Tennessee ranges. Ampex ............,. ...,. 35% not subject to can I find out which fund Is the
began when he saw a car the Interstate 4 overpass and Alabama, Mississippi Lofgren has studied the ranges now being usedin Aria Pub Ser ........... .. 75% Federal income best mannged without getting
come out of a dirt street onto started toward the county line. Georgia and Florida were rep a few counties in the state, and he is given credit Armco Steel .............. 28/ taxes. a flock of salesmen on my
North Jewel Avenue at a high Sharrett said the driver resented at the convention at for devising most of the Polk County plan. Atcha top .,....,., ......, 551% You cite one neck?
'rate of speed. The motorcycle- slowed up and Sharrett was Jack Tar Harrison Hotel. State funds are awarded on the basis of so much Atl Refin! ................ M"% source of such A. By "best managed" I assume

man said the car spun around able to drive his motorcycle for each teaching unit. At present each 125 students Auto Can ......,., .,...... 21 Income the you mean which fund has
on the road, then headed north. beside the left front door of Firemen who complete the standard driver education courseof Avco ... ....,........,.. ... 351/ Interest paid oncaxrree the best record. In Investments
the car Alderman cut the carwheel's City Beneficial ,,...... ...
The chaseto ( 30 classroom hours and six hours of actual driv .... 27% DOYLE public I (as In anything else) performance
patrolman gave to the left, Sharrett Beth Steel .,.."........., 47* bonds. Those Is what counts. But we are
the vehicle which made a said, and the motorcyclemanhad Answer NineMinor..Calls ing) are regarded as one teaching unit. Blaw-Knox ...........?... 1034 bonds (often called "municipal"bands big boys. We know that some
right turn and headed east to head Into a ditch. The Lofgren explained that under the present plan Borg-Warner ......,.....,, 44(%; ) are bonds issued by good records may be the remits -
down a dirt road to Atlantic front'wheel brake went out four teachers can complete training of approximately Brunswick ..... ...,.....,. 22>4 I states and political subdivisionsof I 'of excellent management.
of the ,
Road where the driver on the motorcycle Sharrett 520 students .during a school year. With'a driving Burlington ,.',;..........,.60%I states-cities, towns, counties Some may be dumb luck.
car, later Identified car's as Alderman said, and the left bottdm corner *? range three teachers could "complete instruction to Burroughs .............. 67 school dlstrlcU, turnpike NO one mutual fund has been
turned off the lights lost of the windshield and the Firemen were kept busy approximately 565 students during a school year. Cat Tractor ... ............. 27% authorities, etc. "best" all the time.I .
.1 and track Sharrett of the vehicle.temporarily left red light were broken. yesterday and early this morn- Celanese ,,.,............. 71* The key Is how much "keep. would suggest that you decide .
Sharrett who escaped InJury ing as they were called to answer SOME CANDIDATES are of the opinion that Chenetron ................. 451, ing money" (after taxes) you what your Investment aim
About three minutes later. gave chase again Into nine emergencies most Judges for the Polk County Democratic Executive Ches & Ohio ....,.,....... 25* get.Let's I.. Are you seeking all-out
Plant City where he was of which caused only minor Committee have been rather inconsistent in their decision Chrysler ... .. ..... .. ..... 68% say you are In the 20 growth or relatively high income -
Valencia joined by Cpl. F, E. Woolen damage if any. concerning rebuttal time for various candidates Cln Gas & Elec .. ....... 127% per cent Federal tax bracket. or protection of dollars?
and a member of the Plant At 8:20: o'clock yesterday during the series of rallies leading up to the Cities Ser ,. ......... ...., 43'% Surely (so shortly after the You can't hope to get the best
City Police Department. morning firemen were calledto Coca Cola ..............., 165,4 April 15 Federal Income tax annual of all three from one fund-or
Season End Alderman drove down a put out a grass fire on May 5 primary. Jack candidate Colgate Pal............. 28j "pay-up-or-else" date) we from any other Investment
dead-end street Sharrett said Sixth Street.A For Instance, Tuesday night, Collins Rad ..........., 41% all have a good Idea of our tax Go to a public library. Study
Seen SoonThe and was taken prisoner by gas leak at East Main for State Representative, launched a barrage ata Columbia Gas ............ 88' brackets. such manuals as "Johnson's
Woolen and Sharrett when he Street and South Tennessee newspaper which, according to Turner has been Com Credit ... ......,.... 52'/i In the 20 per cent bracket Charts" and Welsenberger's Investment .
was cornered. Assisting in the Avenue was reported at 12'33 using its news department to push the re-election bid Con Edison ..... ......... 44% out of every $3 you earn $I goes Companies," which
citrus Industry is gener arrest were Plant City policemen o'clock yesterday afternoon.An of his opponent, Ray Mattox Con Foods ....... ........ 46 to pay Federal income taxes. give the records of all major
ally expecting the end of the Florida Highway Patrol electrical fire 'was reported When Turner objected to Mattox' request for rebuttal Consumer Pwr ......,.. 66* So, if you have $1,000 Invest. mutual funds.
Valencia season to occur much troopers and sheriff's deputies at 834 S. Florida Ave. on the grounds that he had not attacked Mat- Cont Can ......... ......, 85'/< ed In almost anything at five When you have narrowed your

quicker than was originally fore- at 6125 o'clock last night and tox or his record, but rather the newspaper}: Mattox Cent Oil ...".... .,...... 02% per cent you receive $50. Of choice down contact some of
cast, based on government estt Growers at the same time a bolt of also requested rebuttal time for Turner criticismsof Ctrl Data ... ..........,.. 31ty that $50 you pay $10 In income those salesmen that seem so distasteful -
mates. MeetingSet lightning struck the Hill Haven the increase in auto tag taxes which Mattox voted Corn Prds ."..........., 18%| taxes. You keep $40. to you. They're not
Based on the U. S. Depart. Nursing Home. Both sustained for. Crown Cork ........ ....... 2354; But, if you have $1,000 Invested nearly as bad as you may
merit of Agriculture estimate TomorrowAt minor damage. In the judges have declared a candidate is Curtiss-Wrlght ..... ...... 31ft in tax-free public bondsat think. You may be surprisedhow
which set a 37 million box Stove Overheats rebuttal time only when the candidate or Den & Rio R R .,....... 30ft four per cent, you receive helpful they can be.
orange crop this month slightly BeachVERO Firemen returning from the eligible for candidate also is supposed to De Soto Chem ......... 260 $40 and you keep all $40.
more than 20 million boxes re Vero South Florida Avenue fire his record is attacked. Dr Pepper .... .......... 129 This means that, In a 20 per (Mr. Doyle will answer only
main to be harvested. were called on to investigatea use rebuttal time only to answer charges. Dresser Inds ... ......... 32'/j cent tax bracket, a four per cent representative letter. of gen.tral -
Unofficial consensus indicates BEACH-The Growers hot stove at 1704 Huntington After much discussion, Mattox was granted rebuttal DuPont ....... .,......... 56 yield In tax-free public bonds Interest In his column. He
that figure might yet be too Administrative Committee will St. at 8:39: o'clock. time to answer the newspaper charges and Eastman Kodac .,..,..,,. 84% allows you to keep the same as cannot answer phone queries).
high mainly because continued hold Its annual meeting here to- Two fires ignited at 6.53 the auto tax charges. However he used the entire Gamble Skgmo ........ .., 87Ga % a five per cent yield In taxable (Copyright 1964, by United
dry weather has stunted fruit morrow In line with its policy o'clock. One at 2 Brooks Lane three minutes discussing why his name and picture Pac ............. .... 12* Income. feature Syndicate Inc.)
growth and has stepped up citrus ,of getting together once a year and the other at 1736 Meadow- have appeared in various papers and failed to mention Gen Elec ................ 82'/j
drop. with Indian River growers and brook St. Both were caused by the auto tag increase.A Gen Foods ............., 331 I Latest U a.m. Latest' 11 a.m.
"The buyers of several concentrate ihippen. electricity and both caused week before the judges refused to grant rebuttal Gen Inst ..... ............ )12%< Close Price Close Prlci"Sunray
have Informedme The of the Gen Motors .............
regular meeting only minor damage.
plants time to Mrs. Blanche Work when her appointment 23% Rhod Sel Trust .......... 44'/4' Oil ... .. ..., ., .,.. 65(4(
their intention to probably I Growers AdministrativeShippersAdvisory At 8:19 o'clock, a of Gen Tel & Elec .......... 31
of : pan by the governor to the supervisor of registration % R. C. Cola ... ............ 491 Tenn Gas & Trans ....... 71'%
close down sometime between Committee tomorrow caught fire at 1734 Optimist Gen Time ... ............ 55<
grease post was attacked by H. L. Palmer. /j Safeway Stores ........ . 391/ Texaco .. ,. ........ .. ... &'/
May li and Juno 1, Roy Hunter : itartmg at 10 o'clock In the com Ave. and caused some Gen Tire ........... .... 'l63/
Also Tuesday night, rebuttal time was grantedto Scott Paper ........... ... 6% Texas Gulf Sul .......... 31ft
director of Florida CitrusMutual' munity Building will probablybe damage to the kitchen of that Gillette ..... ....... ...... :57
Ben Hill Griffin, who wanted to explain his stand Seaboard Air R ...... .-... 66 I Tidewater .. ............ 22%
market information division followed by a session of the home. W. R. Grace ..... .,...... 39
homestead exemptions. lie did this, but also got % Sears... ................. 63 Tractor Sup ............. 77%
..aid'today.Hunter Indian River Citrus League. Heaviest hit was a duplexat on Grumman .. ..............582'/
for the introduction of the bill which provided Shattuch ................ .. 36'% Union Bag ........ ...... 45(4: (
emphasized there area The festive I endof-aeason 412 W. Seventh St. early in a plug IBM ....... ......,...,.... 67%
with college. This seemed Sinclair Oil .............. 48'/' Union Oil ... .. ... ..... 20
few concentrators who will be meeting will open tonight with this morning when fire, of undetermined Polk County a junior let Harvester ........,,.,. 69% "
issue in time supposedly Socony ,,................. 108ft' Union Pac .............. 26%
running through July and the a social hour and dinner, starting origin raced like a completely new Int Paper ................. 33% '
closedown of operations will not at 8 o'clock and will close through the kitchen at 2:33: allotted for the answering of attacks on a candidateor Int Tel & Tel............. 5634 SC. Elec & Gas ....... .. 15%>) Union Tank ., ....". .... 41(%
Southern ... .............. 6YaI
be an abrupt but gradual pro- I tomorrow with a social hour and o'clock. The amount of dam his record. Jones' & Laughlin .., ..... 74% United Fin .. ............ 42%
Sperry Rand ... .......... 74
cess. dinner after the regular session age was not reported. Maybe this proves that once a speaker is behind Kelsey Hayes .,.....,.... 361/, United Fruit ........... 26ft
.... . .. .
Spiegel ...... .... 50
the microphone the judges have very little, if Kimberly Clark ........... 64j U. S. Ind. ................ 21/
SId Oil Cal ..... ...........57
what he Kerr-McGee ............. 37%< US. Rubber ............ 31%
control over says Std Oil Ltd .... ........ ., 16
any Lear-Slegler ... ........,.,12% U. S. Steel...".......... 55%
Std Oil N. J. ........... . 31
: Jggette & Myers ......... 81' !Upjohn .. ........ ......... 50%
Santa Fe High President .Hton Inds ..... .......... 66% Vendu ........".......... 29'4WarnerLambert
Lone Star Gas ............ 23%( Officers ......... 32%
Part In Seminar I Loral Elec .....,........., 8% Seeking W Air Brake ..........,. 32%.
To Take P. Lorrillard ............, 46%. Westinghouse ........... 83
Madison Fd ,,.,......, ,.. 19% Fugitive Boy Wlnn Dixie .. .......... 92''%
v I ? The Rev Fr. Thomas 1. an address by the Fr Burns and Magnavox .....,......, ... 371% Woolworth .. .... ........ 77

Burns, president of Santa Fe Bob Wolverton assistant professor Marguardt ..... ....... ... 11% Feared Xerox .. . . .. ........... 23
School will participate In of Classics FSU on Martin Marietta .......... 18'/4 KidnapedHUMBOLDT Zenith Pad . .. .. .. .... .. 34
High McKesson ................ 45'/j !
the Presidents' Seminar of the "Man and Values from the" Minn. Hnwl ...............1534 Tenn (AP) -'

Southeastern Regional Junior Perspective of the Humanities. MMM ..............,....,. 64% Federal and local officers Naval Reservist
TCANDIDATE College Leadership Program to "Man' and Values from the Montg Ward .........n.,. 37j searched today for one of the '
be held at Florida State University Perspective of the Sciences" Nat Biscuit ............... 60% BI's ten most wanted men and Killed
today through May 1 I. will be the subject of addressesby Nat Can ........... ....... 16'/4 an 8-year-old boy who Is feared In Crash
"Man And Values" is the topicto Nat Dairy ......... ...... 73% kidnaped.
be explored during the five- R. Christian Anderson assistant '. Nat Gypsen .. .... ....... 49% Police from Humbnldl and JACKSONVILLE (AP-A Naval
day Seminar with Dean R. R. director, Brookhaven National Nat Tea .. ....... .. ....... 16% three in
neighboring towns west reservist on a cross coun-
Oglesby, Dean of Students at Laboratory, Upton Long Mohawk ... .......... .. Tennessee abandoned
FSU gave the opening address, Island N. Y., and Mael Melvin Pan Am Sulphur .. .... ... 51 around ( a mile dragnet try training flight was killed
'The Institution and the Student Parks Davis ..... . ...... 27% a to 8-square see- Sunday when his Fl Fury jet
of FSU, lion of the Sunday night but
," today. An informal professor physics Penney, J. C ............. 16% city their fighter crashed two minutes aft.
smorgasbord will be held at 6 scheduled for Thursday. A night Pepsi Cola ............... :31% aid earch.they were continuing er takeoff.

p.m. with special guests President session will feature an addressby Pfizer ..................... 30
and Mrs. Gordon Black- Lewis M. Killian, professorof !Phila Elec ................ 29'/J Officers were looking for Denis The Navy Identified him as Lt.
well Dean and Mrs. Mode sociology FSU, "Science, Phillip Morris ............ 31% Burke who disappeared Friday -Grant R. Williams 33, of Webster -
M Stone. FSU Faculty participants Scientism and Values" 'Phillips Pet .. ............ 49% night, and for Joseph Fran- Groves Mo.
land[ wives. Following summary and conclusions Phillips Dodge .,........,. 47/i 'cia Bryan Jr., of Audubon Park. Williams and another pilot
On Tuesday, "Values and the by the participants the Piper Air ......,........, 33>/ N.J., wanted by the f'BI in connection new two Furies here from Glenview -
(I[Search for Identity" will be discussed -Seminar will conclude with a Pit Plate Glass ..... .. ...., 81% with the slaying of a III, refueled and took off
by Prof. Howard Bonuk, luncheon on Friday.Fr. Proctor A Gamble ........ 50% South Carolina boy on Instruments.
.1..1 Raymond A. Kent School of Social Burns Is a graduate of Pub Srv Elec & Gas ....,. 70 Police Chief Joe Riding said Williams' plane crashed intoa
IN L.\KIL.\No-.Gu.IIoriol c.ndi4..* Hy4 ii turn, ut ,,4 from risks, Work, University of Louisville :the University of Florida, B.A.. Pure Oil ... .. . . . ....... 47i/4 police had received several r.porta pasture. The Navy said Wil-
wink .fficen .f the 'elk. County ea..,.'," .....!lotwn Jurif .. brief CMiftniK *t tk. l.kl'..4 I IT..oc. and Jack Hokanson, associate The University ,of Louvain Bel- Raybistos Man . ........ 82Rep : that an automobile driven llama did not have time to bailout

Ho*.l $.,.'d.,. PicturW left I* nfht its Ckttr McOmMld, H.r.IJ McCr.. e, IIIrtIt, .n4MHI [ professor of Psychology glum MA. Florida State University Steel . . . .. .....,. 77% 'by a man resembling Bryan's and apparently chose to at-
bi efc.ri. Puma *.. i I. Lkl. .4 f.r a fitk I fry.nrally *t Chit; fmik. I features ..,...... I from a congested area.I .
Hutckn>)> l| Wednesday's program is j Doctorate student, j Reynolds Met ., 47/ boldt.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Elsewhere in the American League the struggling Yankees

reached the .500 level with a 5-4 victory over Baltimore -
It', a long in from the bullpen at Chicago's Comiskey finally
I.I way ; Minnesota nipped Detroit 3.2 In 11 innings; Los Angeles .
I Park. Plenty of time for a relief pitcher to sue up the situation snapped a five game Cleveland winning streak 7-0 and

And you can bet young Frank Kreutzer wu doing some Washington downed Kansas City 74.

fancy sizing up when White Sox Manager AI Lopez waved him The Yankees evened their record on three unearned runs,

Into his fourth big league game. the final one coming when catcher John Orsino let a Harvey

Lopez renowned for his handling of pitchers picked Haddix knuckler get by for a passed baU in the eighth Inning.

quite a spot for the rookie lefthander In Sunday's game Hal Reniff was the winner In relief of Whitey Ford.

against Boston The Red Sox were leading 1-0 in the second Jerry Lumpe's wild throw with the bases loaded and two

inning and the bases were loaded with one out. out in the llth Inning gave Minnesota its victory. Jim Kaat

v Pas All Kreutzer had to worry about was the defending AmerI- went the distance to win it. Bob Allison and Jimmie Hall
2P. 'l.
next batter and the league's leading hitter Frank Malzone. Don Zimmer crashed two home runs and Bill Skowron

who was on de k.'ou could forgive Lopez If he shuddered socked another as Washington built an early lead against

just a bit. Kansas City Rocky Colavito Jim Gentile and Manny Jimlnez

.. .'. R" But the youngster didn't cringe. He fanned Yestrzemskl homered for the Athletics.

: and got Malzone on a grounder. End of threat and start of Fred Newman who had been sidelined for a month with

:" S 2-3 innings of airtight relief. Infected tonsils blanked the Indians In ha first start. Tom

r f , ; rilJ Kreutzer who won his first big league game, allowed just Satrlano slapped three of 12 Angel hits and drove in three

; 1'j three hits before leaving for a pinch hitter in the seventh. He runs as Los Angeles banded Cleveland its first setback since
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fanned four. opening day.
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', e lit Monday AprD 27, nit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS while Bobby Wine unloaded a
THI SIT-IN SIT-OUT- Brook Robinson of the Baltimore RichardM*, thin from sistine' position motet the lonf throw t. After pitching himself out ofa three-run blast in the sixth

I Orioles adapts the current penchant for tit-in demenitrotiont with fin bail to tt Richardson .ut. Ply cams .! YanliM Stadium permanent job with the Los St. Louis played its game with

J hit ....ion of tho tit-eut. Third baseman Robinson lun... for In N.w York yoilorday. V.".... won, 5-4. AP Wlrtpfcoto) Angeles Dodgers for four years, Houston under protest. That action

and knocks down hard drlva off bet ef New York Yonkee Bobby Phil Ortega has hurdled himself stemmed from an unusual
t Into Manager Walter Alston's inning-ending double play in the
# N.A pi.AYOrr FlNALI eighth when the Colts scored
heart in about two hours
: h SUNDAY The Araac.HIIUITBMton .te4. Para I Ole Miss Watches SEC TrioBy I The 24-year-old righthander two runs.

toe Bin Ftuiolioo M (BMton starting In place of the Injured Disputes Run
win b 4-o-7 I.rlr",.J:.!.!) Sandy Koufax, stymied Milwaukee
Mike White scored on Rusty
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ful eye on Auburn, Florida and cause of rain. That left only four 1-0 on four hits Sunday as Staub's fly ball but Bob Aspro

Kentucky.The SEC games on the Rebels' ached the depleted Dodgers won only monte was ruled out for leaving
1s Mississippi winner i of the
their third game In 12 starts.
latter three are in a heat ule At 10-0, Mississippi leads L4w second before the catch. Man.
Western Division of the Southeastern The victory Ortega's first in the
Conference base. ed race for the Eastern Division the league by five games. major leagues, came at a most ager Johnny Keane contended
White's shouldn't
run count
Auburn Kentucky toppled Auburn H time. '
title. Kentucky edged propitious
ball League, Is keeping a watch. Aspromonte had singled home
twice last week moving to within Saturday, handing the TI- : This is the fifth season Ortegahas what turned out to be the win
s gers their second one-run loss .'
i of the leader bad a trial with the Dodgers earlier in the
ning inning.
one game division In run
days. Georgia Tech splita
Even in the minors hehasn't
FHA VA Florida is only one-half game doubleheader with Vanderbilt p- ., : Ron Hunt and Tim Harkneis
risen to the expectations
MORTGAGE LOANS rallied the Meta after
behind defending SEC champion -21 for the Jacket triumph and others had for him when Los' they
threw the first .
FIRST MORTGAGI CORP. Auburn. away game
a 1-0 for Vandy's victory Flrida '
Angeles signed him out of a
Ot FLORIDA Ole Miss claimed its sixth beat Hunt scored all three runs after
Tennesse 12-8, A
twin bill
Mesa Ariz, high school for a'
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"h. MU t J1JT Lik< < R he singled double and tripled.
"1s.VICIa OUR BUIIMUS* Western Division title when a between Tulane and MississippiState _reported $60,000 bonus In 1959.
too S. riwidi, AM doubleheader with Louisiana Harkness sent him home two uf
was canceled because ofwet
But now his 1.20 earned run
those times with
-- - --- --- ------State_was_ _canceled Saturday be: grounds._ ____ ______ rLiL average is the best the Dodgers The Pirates won singles.the opener
have Before his shutout he had on Roberto Clemente's bases-

pitched 633 Innings In relief. loaded single In the ninth Errors

The Biggest Tire Sale in Years. ESA .- )4 frII Elsewhere Other in Games the National Stephenson by AI and Moran a walk and to John Bill

r League Sunday Philadelphia Vlrdon had filled the bases.
GENERAL By the Makers of the Famous Dual 90.OFF. whipped Chicago 5.1. Houston

swept past St. Louis (-4 and TO PLAY

Pittsburgh and New York splita BUFFALO, N.Y (AP-Scott

doubleheader, the Pirates winning Appleton Texas' All .America
the first 4-3 and losing the tackle will play for the WestIn
30 % "v v aw3tw nightcap 32. San Francisco and the All.American football
Cincinnati were rained out of a
a. game here June 27, it was announced
4 er doubleheader Saturday

$ Ortega a 8-foot-2. 175.pound-
: er, struck; out three and walked GAME; SLATEDPHILADELPHIA
only one after the Dodgers gave
)' '''1 him a run in the first innIng. He (AP) The
was in trouble just once when Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit
, : \ Lee Maye tripled in the fourth Lions will play a National Foot.

';' ''' However, third baseman John ball League exhibition game
FOR 30 DAYSNO here Aug. 23 for the benefit of
1'r Werhas Joe
Ax itir" '"> t' o. g3r # RF1R r N grabbed
and nailed Maye at the John F. Kennedy Memorial

BITTERS OWN WORLD'S RECORD T...-tim. Olympic the plate, Library

champion AI Oarttr of tho Now York Arhlotio Club broke till own Philadelphia got three home Ui- . sii.II . ,

wotld'i record In the discus with a throw of 206 foot, 6 Inchoi dur runs plus seven Innings of tight SPORTS FANS

TRADE-IN TIRE NEEDED 19 the Mt. Sin Antonio Rtlayi on Saturday in Wolnut, Colif. pitching from Ray Culp before

Oorter'i old record of 20J feet J'/i litchat wot Mt a year *|o.t he tired Tony Taylor and Gus I :

this same moot. 'IAP Wlrophoto, ) Trlandos socked solo homers I

Just say "CHARGE 'EMI' Buy Now-Pay Later I BET ;t .
Derby Trial To Test Hill Rise (


i LOUISVILLE Ky (AP-HHI Bill Flnnegan. the ageless could go postward in the big
with rubber t New Liberal Deferredfor .
Duragen l Rise, the 8-) favorite to win the trainer of Hill Rise, points out rue DIDN'T I

30% more mileage Payment Plant Kentucky Derby never has had that he's been so lucky so far Besides Hill Rise and North. 1II \ I

a Short on cash?Forget It I 'a' race in the mud, but it looks that he has no Idea what his colt ern Dancer the probable field KNOW.

Jet.Airs also give you DUAL ; Your General Tire Dealer as if he will get his chance to can do In the mud. looks like this: Quadrangle.. I

TREADS for super traction and j, will give you easy payment see what he can do on an off Meantime, a field of at least' Dandy K., The 'Scoundrel, Mr.I By Olin I. Melt

stability . NYGEN CORD terms to fit your individual track in Tuesday's Derby Trial 15, and possibly as many as 18. Brick. Roman Brother Prince'I Did you know a boner once I
for cool. blowout Stakes. Davelle Royal Shuck Ishkoo'
I running budget needs-take your won the heavyweight chonvpionthip
protection I All these features time to pay I I The El Peco Ranch colt Is ex League Leaders dab. Grand Garcon, Extra of the world while I
yours now at 30% off Dealer's pected to meet six or seven other 1 Swell He's A Gem Admiral's I lying on his bock? . How
regular selling I price I Drive in GURAGEN Derby hopefuls in the one- MAJOR LIAO.UI llAOIIItBy Heart and Clem Pace. II did this happen? . Well I

now . and save big money I ,mile trial-the last prep for Sat Th. AMOClaM Pr_ Mr, Brick, with blinkers off I Max in 1930 Schmellng, Jock Sharkey met for and tho
urday's $12J.OOO-added Run for NATIONAL LIAOUSBAITING for the first time beat The I II title . Shorkey knockedSchrneling
US AT BAT5I--Hoer. Ronran.Aea
the Roses. .474. Harknm. ((0 York.' Scoundrel by one-half length in I down In tho 1

GENERAL'S LIFETIME DOUBLE GUARANTEE The Trial should prove a real 4MRONS I.Allrn .... Son Fosntl.a. n.'I Saturday's Stepping Stone at I fourth round but hit punch
PhLdp) i.. 10 was called a foul blow . .
test for the impressive California seven furlongs. Dandy K. who
New first claji General ii Pros.et.op I
Every passenger car tire guaranteed RUNG sacra IN-kdut. Ion II Because of the foul, Sharkey
defective campaigner if the track Ili +uk. Cbkuo, Ins < stumbled and almost fell leaving I
against construction and normal road U PitUbunh. ia.NrrsClrm.et.. :1o..DI woo disqualified and tho
damages as long at visible tread remain, without regard is off-and the Weather Bureau *. FlttiburlhM and, the starting gate, was a fast chompionihlp awarded toSchmelingl /
to time habiti said showers which began falling *... ban PrinrlM. Itttutim ...... 10111. closing third. Ii . That' the
Easy Terms I mileage,or driving If damage is not repairTake Months To I and dfnti.non. ft ttubunh, 17tird I S
able, adjustments are pro-rated on undelivered Pay In Louisville Sunday would DOUBLES--.laraatt. osA. +:, The surprise of last Satur only time In history a 1
( woe 4
Famous bated on tread depth at current General prices. JJ GENERAL'SGREAT continue through tonight. worn TRIPLE*--naalo. Chlcuo ll Pot. day's feature races was the set I heavyweight I foul,tie. woe ever
Hoution. 1. decided ono
There's no chance for Hill MOMS RONS-Man. Sin "ono..1 back of Mongo and Gun Bow in I a S e /
S.T.M.NYLONS Rise to duck the Derby Trial if it Wllllaml, Cnieaaa' Howard LM Anitli the $82,390 Gray Lag Handicapat I. Con bio
GENERAL : :>i and M <;o'.., San P>anrUr.. StTOLCN ; you imoflM a
1 the track is off because he has SABI8-Wllla. Lot AntllMS ) Aqueduct They had been ex- ....... game In which onumpire
NYLONS 41 !had but one race In the last two ; W. D. Lot Ani OTool..I.a l .JPltCHINU CtntlnnatlFlKhtc :: pected to dominate the race butit I would be allIsa!
Famous General UllwaukM BunnlBi and Kilt bells.sd strikes on kit ownbrotherf I
quality months, and was an unimpressive -.10)0.) Phllatl.lphia. Vrimd PiluburanMariacbal. was Saidam, making his first I II
. Well, It could
Backed by General's Nylon Cord tires I A Baa PranclMa and Olbwn
J r : and sluggish winner In that loots l-o lone start of the year who rompedoff I kappa One of the new I
Lifetime Double big value at regular one. : aTR KKOUTR-UdN0. Phll.d.lMla..and So, \:Nlch uu, rasntna. :! with the honors. I American League empires,
Guarantee I Full 4.ply I J 'r prices, now the greatest t Ass FrancUca zooNATIONAL I Garden State Park opened the I Bill H.II.,. U broth.r.f I

And, they're yours . s value ever. Come in GO GO! ttAOWSBATT1NO New Jersey season with Big catcher Tom Holler .f the
at a savings of 30 u and save $ $ $ I Bo.ton 4.W' US rrfoal.Ixw AT I BAT'I-"Iooo.Anu.lw'10\ Pete taking the $27,600 Dela- I Giantt . They're In different
: league but If
off dealer's regular MUNO rrioaU Lea I Stakes now
ware Valley by leg
Tom was over traded to onAmerican
selling price if you buy ..RUNG IATTID H In Ion IW Wwhrnilon-rVHli.ri.,Loa 0 A. lengths over National. I League club, wo I i
now I Hurry I While HITS-XwiTa. MlaanvU.lt. tlalaou. scald tee on umpire callmeployt
FreeMounting ""DOIBLCT ... I hit brother, and /
we still have your car's !I -BrwMud Baton on I
size in stock I r 4 tfo Chicaio and RolUna. Mllla PUBLIX WINS that would bo ._.thi.., to
'TRIPLnfllltn'tan3': Wuhlniton 4Oll : I tee, wouldn ire
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kowron. W..lIIa.too. KATHLEEN Publix upset
EACH NIGHT 4: Aim. MinntMU and LJmmr. Sunbeam Bakery 16-2 here Fri- I What year did Mon O' War /
Off CtALIR REGULAR tILLINaPNICI. pLUS TAX *t .... Baltt.rVH win the Kentucky Derby? I
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Films AvailableFor ,\, . !Fort Lauderdale t } Nice Guys, Or_ Girls:

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Programs ( i Beats Lakeland Sometimes They Win I

By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting AUGUSTA Ga. (AP) Nice' Marilynn, who watched anxiously

Editor By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS several Islander miscue Then guys, or girls, don't always from the scorer's table a
We get many calls from various organizations asking for Fort Lauderdale and Daytona the two teams played scorelessball ish last: Sometimes they few feet away as Miss Wright

programs for their meetings. And one of the most popular Beach continued yesterday to for the next three frames Take the case of Marilynn lined up the putt, said "I figured .

"programs" is a film on some form of outdoor set the early pace in the Florida before Daytona Beach eruptedto Smith. The 35-year-old golfer, we'd be marching around
State Baseball League while win. known as "Miss Sunshine" because here again Monday just like we
So. chairmen
you program might note thi..Two new Miami took over the sole possession of her bright smile and did last year." She beat Miss

color film have just been released by the Keikhaefer Corp. of third place FLORIDA SPORTSMiami friendly attitude on the women's Wright in an 18-hole playoff in

for free club and group showings Jack Lynch led the Fort Lauderdale t tour rewrote the record book In 1963 for her first major championship

"The 13'/4! minute 'Florida Fishcapade' records an idyllic attack with three hits Yht winning her _second straight in 14 years of competition

outdoor vacation for a northern family of four as they fish as the Yankees beat Lakeland Wins Titleholders Championship Sun- .

-_. r un JI Sunday night 42. day at the 8,300-yard Augusta I Only three previous times hasa

SOS TAMP..."..., ..SAY.. ....Tio... .Ot.. Tu..'.....day SIP. Ami.......M.men KM'"",Midi.."t....M",., JU 4.55 am."at two-hitter With Butch, Daytona Cole Beach pitching kept a Country She finished Club course.with a one over the winner managed to repeat at
pm.1 pleas, S H......' .... F.N ...... Titleholders. These were
_, FIC Tennis 72 hole total of :289 two
J "" r ".. par Miss Berg In 1937-38-39, Dorothy

and cruise the Florida coastline from Homosassa strokes better than the four- Kirby in 1941-42 and Miss
Springs on FLOS/0A TATS L".ua
w c. PCT, s, round tournament record set by Wright In 1961-62.
the Gulf to St. Augustine the Atlantic '
on shore. Port Uudardal* 0 ISO ; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patty Berg of St. Andrews, III,
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"Enroute they land snook and ***** 'I -- - - -
amberjack other salt water : .. . .'" 1 In in 1955. Miss Smith also set the
species, take an unusual 'seaside' look at and LA 5LAN0 .. .. .. . 4 ..100 iTampa TENNIS .,, _.
Cape Kennedy . .. .. 44.004 | I -- _, 18, 36 and 54-hole and back nine IN EVERY
visit Marineland" Bi i-atoriburi ... 1 4 too IBaraMM CAPE CORAL The Miami In
. . .. .. 1 : 'J'" record for the tournament
"Ski.Ways to Safety" is the second new 1314 minute film. Orlando . I 0 .l4J 4MUNDAVf Hurricanes won team honors In LEADER FALTERS-I. J. Dutch) Hoiriion, the 54-y..,-.. four days of what she called WAY THE
It ( niBWLTl ....,... of 15 bars. took the Led Soturdoy In ,h. T.... Optn but
was produced In cooperation with the American Red Cross PORT LAUDIHDALB 4. LAKCLANO 1Mtaml the Florida Intercollegiate Ten "the greatest golfing week of
and the American Water Ski Association Dayta.a 4.Bearh TamM I 1 B4 Vtfr.bur* BSraal nis tournament but suffered foltoroo' 'in ,"te...,'. Hnol round It the O.k Hills Country Clubin my life." The victory earned

"This film blends action-filled skiing sequences with hard. at Orlando' poitoonM, rain shocking defeats In both Son Antonio, Tins.. Bruce Crcmpton mod e strong omobock $1.300 MONEYSERVICE
MOsov. to tako tho title H.'r''.... did not ,.... finish In the 'h... ( ;
headed instruction on safe skiing practices and towboat driv LAKELAND: Miami AT PORT LAVOtRDAltTampa singles and doubles finals. Lex top She had to beat the Associated

ing. 8t prMrtburi at at Carton ....b. Wood of Florida State upset MI..ml's ) Press Woman Athlete of the

"Both 16mm movies, and a variety of other outdoor films, itaraaot. at Orlsed. Rod Mandelstam, 4-6, 6-3, Year, Mickey Wright of Delia. }
62, then teamed with Don Ca.- 1'ex" to do It. Miss Smith, who
are available for loan to clubs, schools, churches and other
interested groups through local Mercury Outboard dealers." pace with the Yankees by .hutting ton ot beat Mandelstam and Crampton Uses played out of Runaway Bay,

(Call Glenn's here in Lakeland) out St. Petersburg 2-0. Pat John Hammill in the doubles, Jamaica, nipped Miss Wright by : YOU'RE SURE _
Hump singled home the two 2-6, 84.6.2. one stroke when Mickey missed

Islander runs |In the fourth inning Palmer's an eight-foot birdie putt on the JO LIKE ,,
Winter Haven Man Offers GOLF
Tips ScriptSAN final hole which would have t

And a former Lakeland fisherman, now living in Winter, The Miami Marlins defeated OCALA-Jack Rountree, Lake squared the match. Miss Wrightwas t:
Tampa 4-1 for their fifth City auto dealer, fired a final the pre-tournament fa. QUICK
Haven, comes in for some national publicity in a news release straight win to break out of round 71 to win the Henry N. ANTONIO Tex. (AP) turned out to be a show, for the vorite. ,

from the Johnson Motor Co., Waukegan Ill. a four-way tie for third place. Camp golf tournament with a total Bruce Crampton stole Arnold Foreigners-three took the first CONVENIENT f

The fisherman well known to many of you for many Dick Rockwell brought In two of 280 for 72 holes. R. L (Bo) Palmer's script to win the J40900 ,- three places. A foreigner never ,

years, Is Dave Hickman. Of Dave, the Johnson Co. says: runs In the eighth with a sIngle Williams of Ocala, the defending I Texas Open golf tournament before had won this oldest tour. A Peachy Event

"Knowing Hickman'i ability as a bass fisherman, we rely on and another scored en a champion finished second'with the greatest come-from-be- nament in golf.prampton'i and SO EASY ,

him for 'prop' fish used in fishing photographs. On just two single by Len Fareelo. with 282 I hind performance of the year. I $3,800 first money SPARTANBURO, s.c. Rawls(* -

hours he in of Palmer skipped the Texas here gave him a total ofS13,361.67 one 12th annual Betsy
notice can bring a string 2 to 4 pounders. . The Sarssota-Orlando game ON YOURPOCKEJBOOK
TENNIS women's
For the benefit of those of you who may have come to was rained out. ,Open this time, after winningIt and vaulted Mm from Peach Blossom held here golf -t

this area In more recent years, and who may appreciate The nightcap at Henley Field DALLAS Frank Froehlmg I three itmes, but Crampton 23rd to eighth in the list. tournament will be weeks '
of Coral Gables Fla won the April 17.19 (1964)), two
Dave'i tips on how to get them here ate.. more quotes from Saturday night was a hour-4S- Dallas Country Club invitational I,subbed beautifully for the man: earlier than usual. The $8,500
with all that and noted
minute marathon and went only money
the release
: seven Innings. The Daytona tennis tournament, beating Ham I for his stretch runs. Palmer' Less Outboard Oil tournament will be preceded by
"For bass, Hickman prefers a purple worm with a weed. tournament on
Beach Islanders won it with Richardson of Dallas, (-4, 6-1 once made up eight strokes pro-amateur I
less hook and a split shot anchored sue inches above the MILWAUKEE, Wls (jp) 4pril 18.
five big runs In the seventh as Crampton, the 28-year-old Six tanks used by outboard will be played
worm. He casts near stumps, trees and weed beds which gallon The tournament
they chalked up 14 hits off live Australian, shot a closing! five. engines now require' the week before the Titleholders
are near deep water. Of Champs :
Lakeland hurlers. Family ;under-par 65 over the 4,715-yard quart of oil with each hfn"l. event at Augusta, Ga. Under the Q.A.C. pi "To make this rig effective, he retrieves slowly, slightly 3 But In 1964, oil consumptionwill
George Hewlett banged a I Oak Hills Country Club courseto Is handled on a simplified basis'
jerking the rod to simulate the action of KANSAS CITY It wasa be cut In half all Evln-
tip crawling on
a worm.
run homer in the first; singled affair at the Meadow I come from a tie for 16th to with the payment schedule set
As the bass takes the worm, he slightly tightens the line so in in the second family rude models, says- Robert H. to
another run brook golf course. Mrs. Herbert I the championship by one stroke Scott of the Milwaukee out- TUNGROC VARNISHES 1 up give you every possible advantage
the bass thinks the worm is resisting and added a run-scoring single Simons, Bob Simons and Carol'with 273 for 72 holes. He made board manufacturer The new''I ,

"When the bass takes a good run with his 'dinner,' Hick. in the seventh. Costly errors by Simons all took club champion-1 up six strokes motors will operate on an oil- Super Morlno

man socks the hook to him. Giving too much resistance the Tigers In the final Innings ihips. Tied for second were Jan (Chichi to-gas ratio of SO to 1, insteadof I Q. D. Floor LOANS UP TO $600

when the bass first takes the worm will cause the fish to helped pave the way for the The three-way slam was completed ) Rodriguez, a Puerto Rican, 24 to 1. That means one pint" ttt tr Table Top
of oil Is added to six of G.A.C.FINANCE
five tallies gallons Spor-tun Soolor --
drop It. Dave says when Mrs. Simons won J and Bob Charles, the lelt-hand- .

"His philosophy is that bass often hit because they are Don Pepper continued his the women's club final 1 up. I er from New Zealand, who
mad and if hitting for Lakeland. After being Bob 17 2 1 wound up with 274. LAKELAND GLIDDEN
aggravated continually, they will eventually strike. Previously, won up
Using this rig and philosophy, it is not uncommon for him to blanked In the first game, in a 36-hole match for the men's Rodriguez had a chance to, PAINT CENTER '
he belted a 2-nin homer In 1 tie for it when he came into the, lIB CORPORATION
title. Carol 14
take 10 His IS successfully
bass 5 .
pounders largest pounds, ounces, now m S. florid Ave
hangs over his fireplace . ." the third Inning and singled defended her junior title. I final green seven-under par for Ph. 688.1917 126. west Main Strut
with the bases full In the
sevenths What about Mr. Simons? I the tournament but he missed a open 7:00 A.M. to Lakil.ni, funds
Well we've Dave for and we can assure
many years
"He caddies for us," saysBob I six-foot putt and took a bogey. S >30 '.M. 6 Doyi
any newcomer-and some old timers-that they can studyDave's Lakeland tied the score with the Texas Open Tiliphoni 6115193FISHING
J Jokingly__ ___ ___ _Anyway, IPd .hl AIVar CMOre.ml I
words carefully and with benefit I five runs In the third, aided by n . -- .
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Russell: 'Best Celtics' Team' .. '

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BOSTON (AP-"This has to kings of 1949-'53 and Montreal's throw to make the score 100-92. 1 -f",' '

be the best Celtics' team of all'" Stanley Cup hockey champs, But Wilt Chamberlain cut the: i : ' ;, '

Bill Russell, the man who I956--60. lead to two points, 101.99, with .. :,,:. \ ,\

proved defense can dominate a Boston lost the lead it had i 19 seconds left. Russell Junkeda In ,(t. 'r

scorer's game, summed up held since the second period Tommy Heinsohn miss with '/1' ...' "
Boston's unprecedented sixth early In the final quarter i 12 seconds left to settle the : .; : f

straight National Basketball As. against the persistent Warriors, issue. ::

soclation championship and seventh then regained the edge Retiring Russell played the full 48 minutes ;, i 7

in eight years. cc-capt.: Frank Ramsey got: had 26 rebounds, 14 points ( I "

After the Celtics defeated San the winning point n'ree and six assists. Heinsohn scored .\
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the big center heaved a sigh of atTor contributed 18 each. -"'- M"It I

relief in a jubilant dressing II i Chamberlain got 30 points 181 : I 1-: .

room put one giant sneaker on, in the second half, and scrappy, ..... '
the bench and beamed little Guy Rodgers had 19.

"The this 0 ,,
league was tougher

year so we had to be better to 4t: ..;,

win," Russell said. "No one can Ellis Curtis '; ,.

tell me San Francisco Isn't a tows \:. i "b
great team. We all know Cincinnati 1 Lions . W.n Cwt MatchBob l ;
Cop Tag / I' FOR
was terrific. Boston had S T.dd Neu. .. 1 6 N "
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to be something special. Hub Nam 5.5155. L.aN. 3403. Ellis and Don Curtis won "
No team in professional sports II.'.11.',usm Lr5 lam.mr"r. ,L55 555 in three falls over Hire Matsuda N
ever had won six straight playoff aliasI ,7'i* ..*..m.r*.*"T.d., Oallma.Wtmaa OBT... and Duke Keomuka in the feature :.ot ; ,, ; EXTRA
titles before. The Celtics and Ly pasiib/5150'Se, 1.11111.: t.Ilot wrestling attraction Saturday \,, ""

had been tied at the previous t nub tan. Barlln. Cullckao night at the Lakeland Na w ,t,
record of five with the New 20 t
tional Guard
1,1: ,.. E511s. kIo"WIMI Armory. t
York Yankees' World Series : .
Koaron In other Linda
300 matches Miss DOLLARS?
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;: Jub. auk , Rsrrr ouimw: Carroll pinned Miss Kiyoka 1

211."s told I Otret... IYlrea., Seito In nine minutes and Eddie
Women End tea Oar\: 157 U4. Graham won over Bob Orton
frank .
.fin.. 5.1155".m.n.. Wia55rmu1.5-5. M" >>r'7.10'. p1.r P... when the referee disqualified ,
J.n5, *-& Vie Kampbq As. ....,. Orton. Orton knocked Grahamout

i.8, :ii"E.I.trl: i ::StPOM the ring and Graham had to :
Golf MatchMartha IMM.IAL- be taken to the hospital. Extent '

ICA,hall COr. Wo.. Loot of his Injuries were unknown. '"
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Jackson and Kale!4 SeaitatHmb .. ;' b 5414 The Los Angeles Dodgers': "

Knight, both with (3s, tied fcr 2.1. MM NrII.. Soil 'lumb.II", scored first and went on to win': .

the division A title in the wom jl..ll H:ill u IMWMyal m fini<' w'IIa5855:: .: : in all four games of the 1963 '

en's Eclectic tournament com' 101HI.. World Series. :
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Heights Golf and Country Send MsI"a.OA..S.. aUI Rap 0......n. SUNDIIY'S ITII'S I I II. /
201. Hol wma. 311 .
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Club. 200. W.lkor. "
201. Bill .
IOJ 200. lIa. ,MMos BATTIKO-Tim HarkuM. Ktw ".rlll
Vanna Hoffman shot a 64 to n,. tot. 221, Wiimotl 333. Mau. bad ll.* bll* m *i>at tirnn al A
take honors in the class B : bal la a doubhhcadtr ipllt with fltukur 1
top INT* CITV UAaindividual : lo rau hla a' rua t* 4.4PJTCHINO .
followed by Lou McKecIwith Last -pbll Orwta Los An..
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65. WIIN5 51..1,1. lur\ hiu 1-0 and lalncd ISIS lint
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The class C championshipwent 4 Lots 4 Ssnisal' ,70011 Is4 MIT tnell' tblrd In sa sIsrta ..1
to Lib McHan with a 63 2719 Hub Us. 11501.. f&lss 10IlIA':', .I

Runnerup was Laura Jones with .4141.1 55s. ._., L ii'1 .......

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"tAKEL\ND LEDGER, Monday April. 27, 1M4 '


Tips Are Given 7

On Losing Weight ;

a By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. d

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CASE S-N8: Rev Samuel Mankind Is one of the few 9x

Is very popular clergyman. creatures that drinks at meal

I "But, Dr Crane," he began time and It Is really a pernicious '
j. "I am invited to so many ban- habit that swiftly adds { f D/gArA rs Iw7RIE ewwwe, fwe sCOT70 3W 4 P ANA- 5OMEavEIr3E1xtnROTAdMe"

quets to make speeches, thatI poundage.In fEAR DIANA MUST M4

am getting .___ fact, farmers urge hogsto MERE.5HEKNOW4 1'M
much toe drink just to make them aw4 Y CONIHGFugitive's \ -

heavy. get fat more quickly! 1'1 i
f Since I am A second bit of advice for -=

about 40 pound obese folks Is to eat six meals = 'Pt
1 overweight I per day but of only 200 calories At. ? tar ,
I what are some apiece.

of the best t And it is well to shrink .. ,

..rr ways to slew. your stomach when you wishto c- :
derize? diet in earnest E R ,,., r t t '
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"I find 1 U Lately it has been suggest ...

very difficult ed that you fast completelyfor

to go on a diet a few days I A
and attend DR. CRANE But you can get much the

banquets constantly" same effect by using my dehydration -'
( Dieting Is often more a mat. diet in which you
.1' ter of psychology than of limit yourself to just one full ( ,BoaC>RON THE &ROUND.TfeU. W IeNIRE HON ADclT 7HATI

medicine. glass ((8 oz.) of total liquidthe .ME ecMETHlNfi. REAL PPCFOJND. SIJPERK'R 110 *,A BolJLtER Wrni Rocjr,

And people in Rev. Samuel first. day: 2 glasses the MEN ( IN ITS HEAD.
.I 's situation do have trouble second day, and 3 glasses u1! Rs

trying to count calories while through the 10th day,
attending banquets. Women meanwhile may IIG YEAR FOR WALSTON-Actor, Ray Wol.ton, who finally 4
As a basic rule for all diet take 800 calories of food per hit it big for this union on toUvhion, "My> fevoilro Martian,"

ers, therefore avoid ALL day, and men may have 1,200. loot through seine In the ... .I., "Km Mo Stupid" Walt ton Inhoritod s
liquids with your meals! But that low liquid Input the loading rolo of tho film when Pttor Sailors wot ildolinod
That simple device alone l f 1 rr iL
both saliva/ ,
seems to dry up fry a heart attack (AP Wiraphoto)
will usually lop off many and gastric Juice so you do
pounds of surplus blub
your not feel hungry even on your
ber, restricted caloric intake
For most of us associate The first day you may have Ray Walston Finally :=-a'::: .11
sweet rolls or or cake with
pie a headache, so use an aspirin
coffee tablet. Starting To Get BreaksBy
If there Is coffee
no at our
plate, then we. lose much of Remember too to include I DID LIKELIER.' SAID.raJBE TOLD WHAT fT
400 calories worth of protein BOB THOMAS in pretty good roles and nothing rG6TU
1 our desire for the'rolls, pie such as cottage cheese wieners HOLLYWOOD (AP-This Is happened," he remarked "Now AIM NOT r START THE DAY Bf J C'APPiNED? 1

or cake I meat, etc. Ray Walston's year-and about maybe it will. DOIN' ANYTHIN
Just test yourself and you'llfind A hot dog counts about 100 time! ""There are two versions of
the truth of that fact. 1 UNPLEASANT rT ,
calories So does an apple a The offbeat comedian actor how it happened said Wal- |

Besides drink, you with really your meals shouldnot medium potato, and a banana. has been turning In fine, styl ston "I read in the trade pa- 1I 3!
A full cup of cottage cheese the after Sell-
for then you wash down half zed performances on the stage pers on Tuesday : 1 /
chewed food. counts. app.roxlmater..200orles cal and screen "South Pacific; ers' illness that Danny Kaye
I ---- cut is very idling and "Damn Yankees" for several and Tony Randall were being 1

rich In protein, too. years without making an appreciable considered as replacements. I "= I I I
Church women should starta : impact on the public. "That started me thinking' 1
dieting contest and thus This television season he finally Randall had beaten me out of a I

P raise money by contributing hit big with "My Favorite couple of parts I wanted to play.I -. J IH.tO + /
2.50 per pound for each Martian." Why couldn't r do the role: So I wrna +r MnMWMM.r.W C
ik pound they shed, for that's placed a call to my agents and i"D.b+ err,.. irWlu 1'H
< what they save in groceries Lead Inherited told them to talk to Billy Wilder -

For further advice and a Now he has inherited a leadIng about It.

caloric chart, send for my role in "Kiss Me, Stupid" "The other story Is that even I Policeman
booklet "How to Lose 10 Lbs from heart-stricken Peter Sellers before my agents could get Tj-frt I

In 10 Days," enclosing a long There can be no doubt he through to Wilder, he was placing Commutes From Toronto
stamped Is his'surfeit of
enjoying riches a call to them to ask about
JAMESBOND plus 20 cents.Pensacola. "I've made a lot of pictures my availability." rf TheStars
am amazed at how literal.

41 Both Stories CorrectIt AP viewers take the show,"
n Manned Aircraft
Paper was learned later that said during a break in

IS Still Essential both stories were correct The you .
Endorses Burns thought of Walston's casting apparently Morse
Red General occurred to him and to Chase Series Them
Says Fugitive""I
_ PENSACOLA w The Pen- Wilder at the same time. Impel to, also amazed by the

t FROM RUSSIA WITH LAVE sacola News Journal becamethe I MOSCOW (AP-Manned air. the uuor went to see the pro- of the question. Ob

COMING 8OONI first major Florida newspaper craft will\ be needed In warfare ducer-director-wrlter and reminded plays if I would catch him,
"A to endorse Jacksonville despite advances in rocketryand him of a remark he By Carroll Righter Jean basis for the series would
Mayor Haydon Burns for governor guided missiles, a high made during the filming of "The destroyed."

N ranking Soviet military\ engineersaid Apartment" "You told me one "The seems destined to continue
The Pensacola newspaper also Saturday in an article in day you would write me a good his quest for Janssen for
was first to endorse Coy Farris the military newspaper Red part," Walston said ,
another and
""' ---- .. season probably
Bryant four years ago Star "This is a great part," Wilder Air Force Starts longer. That means that Morse

e WNIOWNonovt In a page one editorial the Maj, Gen V, Bololmkov said corrected MONDAY APRIL 27, IM4 immensely In getting the right I also will continue one of tele
News. Journal said Burns was that "some figures abroad" But Walston still didn't have GENERAL TENDENCIES: results in the future Show Hush vision's most extensive commuting
endorsed because "we believe/ make the claim that aviationhas the Job. He took the script home This is a good day and eve- partners that you are gratefulfor ,Operation schedules

PARK he has shown the abilities need- developed to the point and called Wilder the next day. ning to start the week right by their cooperation. Be more During the first season of

SHOPPINGCINTSR ed In a public administrator," where pilot guidance Is unnecessary "I told him It was a very good looking into every single obli- efficient For Baby Mink "The Fugitive," Morse made

The newspaper said It backs This appeared to be a script" said Walston "What gation which you might have LIBRA (September 23 to October 10 round trips here from Toronto -
Burns because of his stands on reference to debate in the Unit- else could I say? That it was with any other person and to 22) Instead of wasting plus Journeys to New York
developing and financing higher ed States over giving preferenceto the best script I had ever read? get rid of aU such In a very so much time on the small EVERETT Wash. (AP-Op--for other shows. He has no
eration Hush Is under
education, the need for other rockets over advanced man I couldn't say that to Billy Wilder conscientious manner Look economies put It to work on way at plans to move
for schools, revisionof Into the means by which you issues Paine Air Force Base and the
big and
tax sources ned bombers I'd sound like an idiot from get big results
constitution expansion of can devise a better system to First order of the day is: Please do No Uprooting
the Bolotmkov said that the Soviet Hicksvlile\ get property, holdings,
recreational facilities, need for man plays a key role in his Walston, a confirmed worrier, handle practical matters in I Improved Then work on huge ,not frighten the mink. "1 have a wife and two chil
A I new Industry and favorable tax knowledge experience training noted that Wilder sounded chilly the future as well I plans Fifty local mink rancher appealed -dren and Toronto is our home"he

I W I climate_ for business _ will and resolution to fight over the phone, and he fearedhe ARIES (March 21 to April I SCORPIO (October 23 to to the Air Force for quiet said "The nature of an
19)) Meticulously handling all
?HOMe OP1I0 and conquer the enemy had blown the job. His fears November 21) Be sure you until the spring crop of mink Is actor's work nowadays is travel
PICTUsea" I .,f, think" he added, "that were unfounded He finished the obligations now makes the fu- dress in good taste since your born They said loud noises and It is better for me to do so
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN ture easier and eases conscience -
life will\ yet stress once more the season's shooting of'"My Favorite magnetic qualities are at their sometimes frighten baby minkto than to uproot my family."
LAST 2 DAYS 6-30-SHOW 7i30: :undimimshing role of man in Martian" on a Thursday and Apportion monies I peak and you can sway others death Morse was born in London
Be considerateof
I SHOWS AT . Tonlfkt's Tko Night I ITo guiding the most uptodatemeans began "Kiss Me, Stupid"* the wisely.mate tonight more, also. Be Use the direct approach with The Air Force agreed to a and for his first IS yean talked

I li10-3i15-J20.72J.: : Go Out T. A Movlot I of warfare" next_ Monday. erous gen- others Fine results follow temporary alteration In takeoff Cockney, as does his brother,
and landing courses now a London bobby. Morse'saccent
TAURUS April 20 to May
( 22 to December 21) Better dig
I IFllla
TONIGHT is softly British offstagebut
20) Many situations break
Into the
Ii specific causes whichare there Is trace of It whenhe
loose that show exactly
P t i !e'Wa where now you stand with alliesin from preventing your affairs AT THE THEATERS: assumes his "Fugitive"role
proceeding as you wish.
only .
live once T DRivt i IN au0'VINOIaT I every. category Cement better of your rela-existence Take quick steps In the right FILM LAND .WIVI-IN The actor graduated from the
+ The 7:30 A50 11.70 direction Know the abilities Tod end Tomorrow
so set rn "PIUN Hot
tions. Don't be long-winded, toio. .- Royal Academy of DramaticArt
OURNtTT'WHOS of others well '
Pink Panther CAROL as as
( your
ft&S"iSrM and then to
i : SEEN SLEEPING I imperious to repertory
twice! toeN:: .," P_
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thusiastically is half the bat. Her, an.Y Min "
DII now that will convince associates -
in that this is a successful 1
tie seeing
"Tek Her, Sh.', Mini"Colo. you are cooperative Toduy Beers'ro..n Por" W".I04Io 'NUNIe LOCK TROUBLE?
one Be more atten-
will speak louder than words *" IN..rt
tive to what coworkers haveto Get out socially tonight. Make ImrfS'SIf'''"Sward' "Chlld.n 01' Lon..lo&*' the IOOJU ,
say, Production output Is new contacts of value IILVIII MOON DSIVU.IN

,MANE ED* 5OS.nr l then MOON tremendous CHILDREN (June AQUARIUS (January 21 to Todur Oan"end nd OTHIII Tomorrow'Th. Crlm.n CITIl3. "Thu.s.1'lck:' OXFORDLUMBER ,

DAVID NIVEN PETER SEUERS February 19) You must attend AVSVkNDai.D.L! "aunde7 III Nee ,
TONIGHT 1t 22 to July 21) A little thoughtful York" sod "The; :
ROBERT WAGNER" CAPUQNE. to some civic or public AVON PARK-H.I.I,, "wVtwolf I. .
= .III.T AIiIA SNOWING present or some well- affair, or one In business or \:Trio' .pormllo' end "CN""." of ..
(THE PINN PANTNERicWUDIA 1 SI COLON HITI 1 earned pat on the back is beat private life that will boost a AI OW-Ostdoor' "MeLlnbek": Sad 1 QUALITY
AT T10 ft sues R 1I to get ahead faster with ". TnI4 Teb,"
CARDINALE AUDIS RIURRMV M way good name. Buy new mechanisms HAIve. .
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of fun tonight New contactscan successful Be LAKE WALIS-.tot. .
modern I 01W Mee'

FELLOWS . "THE OLIVER CRIMSON REED BLADE"In t LEO also(July be made 22 to August 21)) March PISCES 20) (You February made 20 plans to ,PLANT Olfl.)1pwmltor lIt'U.! ," Sod. "CorrwirToPLANT S/ 1 Tops To Us 1.

Bring your Pink Panther A little tete-a-tete with kin over weekend and this is good CRT-aiuIlM! : "U.t Win theropr I SARGENTKWIK .
t. Grove Theatre FREE I I taj v shows hpw to get along better time to start working on them / ltn"t Sod 'Tbe aleSRLRRINO.P1orlda 1 SET 1

wife, girl friend or dough. &i1iIi- with them in the future Don't hesitate to make long. 1118R Nu--ao.... : 'Dud'lood.'lureo' of1. I
that makes ." EicoUoM. Modest I* Price
Set up that budget Mrrla" Joa. and Hootesnnr
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ADULT INTIIITA''I'' finances easier all around. and concentrate on the mod WUCHCtAUrlt! ,. "Low With thei 1 510 West Mom
If drilled In pink. Slums \
TONIGHtis5 i You find outside affairs work ( sod O
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(August 22 to Sep P.wrltL aerc sod C." Mel'easy
b TODAY he or she will be of
.., .
BARGAIN MATINEE PLEASE NOT NOW" I Iti tember 22) Digging deep for r' w .:.
a practical turn of mind and
SOc 'Til 3 P.M. PLUS IHOWN AT SII ONLY the data you need will help
MASTIIOIANNI IN ,- have great perseverance so it
IMon.. thru Frl. Only) "DI._., lulled Stylo" I N3> Is very necessary in early

War Criminal youth that you give good spiritual .
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training first otherwise
N w Escapes With your progeny could easily be-
come entirely ruthless In the 10111'
NOW Aid From Guard pursuit of money, An Ingenious -
mind here and success Is
HANOVER Germany (AP-
eowwtowN SHOWING certain but teach that happiness -
Hans Walter Zech- a i
first Fine i
comes philanthropist
12 criminal made
Open :41jQOOOBiceps convicted war ,
good his escape to Switzerlandon In old age. Just tell us how much money you need ;

meet 5OoOBfl1nIs... 1t Friday with a pretty woman to pay bills, for home improvements car

companion repairs vacations for all seasonal
FRANKIE AVALON ANNETTE FUNICELLOf1AARINe IN je from He was prison aided by a in guard his escape who L_ expenses! Phone for prompt service

I once was a Nazi and had other KlNGSWOODSTATE LOANS UP TO $600
outside help In arranging the

I flight to Switzerland by plane,
MAMCMICAN WTI N TIONAL iii IM COLOR authorities reported. Swiss police
THIS IUM IS CART GKANT?-Suovo, IOFh ticol.d ono .1.! are hunting for him. ((1miIm1flNANCI

Added Attraction |.nt Cory Grant I.. changed hit movie "i"' ..." temporarily I,-1

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Whof I your problem? Fotenoral E
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I I Abby Ban 33(5. Beverly
I1 Nine Times Hills Colit, and Include a ,!

sailOddfOlMdtalnp.d envelope.

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J.jJ Abigail Von Buren
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r -'D AR ABBY When I was 17 I married a man I did not anything. I should have stood up for myself. I always thoughta 1' WFIO'LL6E TIOLDERt CHWEll-ITSAGOOD I FVac,TABS

love just to get away from my mother I thought I would girl's brother was supposed to see that hi* sister was treated MARRIFDr FDLKS'THEY IDEA.AhWHCW. DO YOU 'T wDUMPINrSTON A4ACf1CXY t7t/ER?

I lean to love him, but now I know that I never will. Believe with respect Or am I mistaken? fa IIRSTp (l bf.51 DOP5HIRE.TAKE WE IS AJE O l/

,.. me. I have tried. I will be 30 years old tomorrow and I have SOUTHERN HIGH FRESHMAN Q E T WWAITI! MKIr DRAQTAILPDRVOURLAVJPUL LIAB',.

nine children. I just can't stand my husband any more. He DEAR FRESHMAN: You are not mistaken. Your brother f WEDDED HUSBAMD?

isn't mean to me or anything like that, but he is such a pest. surely must have known better. Color him yellow {

I can't explain how hard it is to live with someone you don't MLa

love. (Do I make myself clear?) I can't just leave with no DEAR ABBY: Our daughter la planning to be married

excuse, and I can't think. of any good grounds for .divorce. this summer She has always wanted a large church weddingwith ;! a dJl I

Is there an answer? a white gown attendants, etc. The young man she Is v )

BORED marrying was married briefly a few years ago, but his wife

, DEAR BORED: Have a talk with your clergyman, or a died. He is from out of state, and no one who will attend our 111

marriage counselor They will give you a refresher course In wedding attended his first, excepting, of course his Immediate +

4 how to make ago of a marriage you have become bored with. family A friend told me that It would show very poor taste ..

.. I can think of nine good reasons why you should (Do I make for my daughter to have a big elaborate wedding, with all rr

myself clear?) the trimmings, when the bridegroom has already been through w.

J one: Is this true? rA 2-WAY WRIST! TELEVISION j 2 U. HI WANTS !tt TO HAMS PAKING Of'..MIIorMV


were standing around In front of the school talking to a bunchof DEAR MOTHER: No. Your daughter may have the kind nsTTIIJEVISrOM TO NOTHING SEEMS.TO IM.IT WITH CHIEF AN*OVERPOWERING SAVe U7Z.YOITO IS Ttl!BEST

. boys All of a sudden one of the boys said something real of wedding she wants. The only poor taste I can see here was -JUNIORS tVCYS ANGUISH OVER.

dirty. I was so embarrassed I didn't know what to say so I shown by your "friend" for presuming to advise without knowIng DISAPPEARANCE.SNIPSNIP rA: i 4e.tl

;, just ignored it. My brother (he's a senior) was standing thereat the facts. 1nKu

the time and he didn't say a word. Later I asked him why q JrC

he didn't say something to the boy who used the dirty lan- CONFIDENTIAL TO W. W. "He that would have a short LfifI'LL 00IANDI

guage In front of me, and he audit wasn't his place to say Lent let him borrow money to be repaid at Easter"
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I 04+Tha familyt i
14-Far Ixurn Art fPASIrfsT
4'*a Partaactivaalaaul
u..t PM.NuAae..I (AP) -The Soviet Ji : CUTWIT WUTWOT 4tl1i
11. taaurily S to
OflTOOIt.OW Union rushed army engineers HUHH nn (iii nwm WONUKO WOUNCNI
MOHNIMttAmarlaanlam Saturday to central Asia to try aara nnnnri nnnnn
a yC -..,.... to save the fabled city of Sam KWOTaaaa .
a._'ram. SIR ......,,... s
arkand, threatened with destruction -
t.It-LM> Fiaura -
144. --T"Muaiaat. NN".M11all I.M.1sd. by earthquake-caused P'S 1 i Saturday's cryptogram: rV-l-rjJn 6 ] 'I'Jerem Tt,>tlvlir.40- INAU.V Pn/m/ *ml ill MEANSTI4 WHATIYFR tDl1N0,
r- floods fA p W PF'hihstlshivmph he shell flu cxlu',9. P liv rme ARC THE NCR MIND MUST NAVI
11."14--U 4ea.'.,aa M"In.arrII ANiM 1 The lives of 223,000 aaaa I 00000 Top-heavy weight lifter eager 4 /MftCtT WAffVfhoU tWCaUMCf alas, ea/leand.Pnrsd from mliM tnemies,and REP ASP Mf A. N MSH /iaTHS MA1YII RK
| It Myaiaal lAtarTOMOIIIIOW persons J' MLK TH6 TTR N his wingi Mar hk'nb' frvm them tfiaf NATION NEXT MYJ0/r0DOORTHLN
| [
: rerwcutejr
auuu uuiiu fellow
.a.___... were In danger, and the govern uauuu to top top heavyweight scnPTcc MR THE THING Ascer IT
arnsaoosi11M'I.sI ment ordered their evacuation. 1/27/61 M YEE0.! NOTES ONma vl cALLfORNELPI3LOGICAL.
I fLYLEAPJ s API 14111 i
I/IkIM Moscow radio told of tending
_..._ I uKJi4T.
5 I 1__....._.c C.I._..-._ troops to the ancient .capital ofTamerlanete w-- --- -- ti ( R&MEMae.

1.2I I1.-NaM.I.s-NMIMM ..4515.1.MIM Brat time it has Premier DefendsDe Indian Mother ,' A A LAST r J
.,. t'
I S14-F..M tM ... broadcast news of a natural disaster eiauttrrut

a.7Y-w 5.11M'"aIt.lsd5...M .. ...MM in the Soviet Union This Has 24th Child N HBP* ,
./ .Our Vaaalaalina WMII1.MS.NI I Gaulle ,
551455.5.a indicated the calamity must be Having TO
t *
. .
5.-NMI.md/_ MMa of overwhelming proportions. I RAPID CITY S.D. (AP) !MX 1 ,, 5I '
tit TO
.. ----Traataal- -0..."._ Izvestia said an earthquake Atomic Control Mrs. James Big Crow 40, Is 0 *Ttvajn I N 11'i
_".II MM thtew a dam as high as an 80-I back in the hospital. She gave
_T... Tk.rt _.__ !
story building across the Zeravshaa birth to her 24th child, and they

Mocha Yemen, la the place River in the central Asian PARIS (AP) Premier are both doing fine. I = 1iIN't1AT'9'M1lt
Mrs. Big Crow has made It
where, according to tradition republic of Uzbekistan. This created Georges Pompldou says the na-
trips to the hospital, and has
lake which the
coffee was first brewed. a newspaper tional Interest requires President I
said Is rising at the rate of given birth to eight sets of twins
Charles de Gaulle to retain and eight other babies Nineteenof eeN'TYWIM
25 to 30 feet every 24 hours I w
Soviet authorities said they exclusive control over France's her children are still alive. IN cHURCN ITNI REASON6,

feared the dam would break developing atomic force Robert 20 the eldest. Is In the \yMORvIING A

and Inundate the Zeravshan In reply to criticism from deputies Navy. RE sON
Mr. and Mrs Big Crow live
KlNGSWOODSpRQTIVJR. Valley where Samarkand and who want the National Assembly on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
the village of Pendjikent! stand
to have a voice in nu- in a four-room frame
directly in the path of the wa V
clear policy, Pompidou said house which does not have electricity r, Q
ters. Friday: Big Crow works for a Up T

nearby farmer.
: "It Is clear that the right of
Gabon which: became independent I I
In I960, to one of the giving the supreme order on The shallow waters of Everglades rr i

few nations In tropical Africa I which: the life of the nation depends -I National Park protect i.fl -

that has enjoyed a favorable can belong only to the the nation's last remaining -t

balance of trade. j,..ief of state" IL I|,crocodiles. ,I .S2A-._ Cy

...--..----.eve.- era- -. ...... ....L- . or L.r M

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; Khrushchev LEGAL AOVIKTISiMiNTNOTICK UNOKN ADVERTISINGRATES CLASSIFIED 1 49 Walll Pimps. S4Help Wanted, Male I 73 Foods, Fruits, VesTble 103 Furniture i Applance1I0lTOI 117 Automebilii Wanted .

\ FICTITIOUS NAMK LAW LIT MONTOOMERT Ward dun FRUIT bolt sale, or W A S B I SC. W AI OLD Junk lain er CeO
TO WHOM IT MAY COO'ERf'NoUce : Tee. .. MOl bul.1 *t*. At eaih Prompt Pickup
our will Md Imiell wilei run .10.
Predicted .lvfn that the your Al lI.rl. ai ..... Call $lscO'h ee3-. oi.
I. frrcby eapertMrvle
.' I I* PV T7PO .intern, Dp to 31 Booth! M pay Florid e. ll N.I. .01
undtralsniMl ..urouant to the Fin for aced sopilanese Hunk
.. UlBlnaB II Ward Phone MU S-I10J STHINO BEAMS: IIM buihl wa PAT 815 UP .
Name dtatul. Unction Eelvlnatar tad TOoth
Red China 115 tltlou.Wt-, Florida tubr IMS, lllpeaInter II IIGET Minimum Charg*-$1.05Wordi EMPLOYMENT POM dell You Road pick. MU R C, 10 u wio-.I Mont dealer your DIM Dsp TV..Iron track..P.Il.pick lac 5)0434517. 5

with the of the Dana Out Dan Ot,. 111. hiliac.s, 1330 Aubwadal* tleaa ear
Circuit Court, In and for Polk I I 'I Mo. TOP QUALITY MO2n WILl fAY mesa 'I MO $ ..
County. I'lorlda. upon rec.lpt of 1.IS I) OS 1140 1371 I lId 76 Landscaping VACUUM rebuIltto _
proof of Jh. publication of thl* lt-19 I 40 557 a 00 II80 52 Help Wanted LONG DISTANCE I_ ,...C&HIR. pert,
CollapseTOKYO f 1 2* (7o 4 00. S5 {810 .
nolle. the flptltloua name to witBALLLNGFR : 8-ao 110 410 tlO IIM TRUCK DRIVER HARDY SOD CO. OrMfield BMtrie 111 Cleveland5Ipbto CASH FOR YOUR
under which I am en.., d In hual A'ITENTIONEMPLOYER l.a.I" Plao I PendarvU
(AP) By i Chinese n... at 1(47 New, Tampa High 12.35 pw olumn InoaCLA88IP1XD Experience la been, equlpn.nlnecniry Q.dlne TE tnt ,TV ..IAD. Cempleuir re yen C..II
the City of Laksiand. OUPLA tTIMA : bl .a..1
account. Premier Khrushchev ;:I"rldn! U 30 por iota'.. UukContrul ___, Three lop flliht r.frencn ,.. Ills I I 01. __' Free always.
ace "' services ot P30,18. tactOct Dies bU, .... CAR PAYMENTSTOO
predicted the Chinese economy RUTH N. BALLENGER Rate Cpaa licquiet .rolnn .m"lom'D' scene,. qulnd TRACTOR WORK: Mowln plow I.'and'il Cite .TV o

would collapse six months after Hole Own..rApril W. llaoe Deople iron soar, walk Knultr Ctilciie run*. ini. dlMlnt ud iradlnt. IP* Auburndale LasS OpeC till 100pm ,

&II he withdrew Soviet technicians V-US 20, 1914 WANT AD DEADLINE or la the life,stall w. bare of Florid(I h. Io..t lens Hoee i tin between trip. gllllled. eBft-173 la yard. II3-MS7 Medlnc anderaSIng. MO a-117 HIGH?

wed ass Sieellent pay Kbedul for list LOUT Cherry nahotaadlnlnc ,

i. from Yung China Lung in-Kuei 1960. member of NOTICE TO JEEP DIALERS Pubiieaiiee Due Deadline V2 Week's Fee Vz rl.hl mis.Perwinnnl. ,j* r.PiCa lull*. Cell MU a. ,Pendartli.ur late Chevrolet modal oa will and Pay I

Notice I I. hereby Irhen thaxealrit Monday. 1100 A M enurdtr I implorminl with an INSTUCION 2..7. bone la sue >.aa alferdea .
I a Red Chinese economic mission bid. will be received by the Turad 4.30 P M MondafWtdnotdi leollilied firm :'aeezcn : ft can. .
, to Japan, made this revef -IJMird if Counly (inmlMluner ,. 4:30 P.... Tu xi>r (Upon Acoeptancd 1..I"m.n..h. Mack cab .'er 12 Dancing Musk AIr :.O ..TtJ._lOd. ItstrIleenlor aUPENDAVIS
with milk Tandem trail wheels. r. 140 .
i,f folk ounty K lorl la. up to ':90irln.k "" ,Plata your emplormtnt problem 6634608PURNITURE.
ation In an Interview published A. M Tuenday, May 12 "JSO ... Wedueuds, 'and aeedt In Is.. hands of our 40 ft hliibe Trallmoblle PIANO TEACHER .a lcc.pt PUPU ;;

in the Economist a Japanese l*>84: lo be opened Immediate!) Prldar. 4 30 ... M Tbundaytalurdtr eompettat mplormenl. couoetlortAAA tot private Injunction Be.clnn.rt ;.ll MO 1-M3I. II* eood eppuinuntn condltloi
1 r thereafter and publicly read torturnl.hlnl 1900 Noon Friday CONTACTCARROLL tad .dn.cd MO S-UM. to
, magazine. to Polk County on. or Mr .. lot Wood RICH .LAI frener. Ono mr old
Bundtr. 4'30 P M Friday City EmploymentRm. 0. CHEROLE
,more 19i4 Modi I CJ.t 4 wheel drive asS SMITH .ad. cndltOD. Take up pr
Khrushchev Not IdentifiedHe OltPLAV .
menu. .. 10 .
.ler|'K. (For conn.let* minimumNpvtlflcatlon Mondar, 11.w A ... accords, 208 Arcade Bldg Lakeland MU 8-3462 .10.. .
did not Identify Khrushchev ae. Hid Form ..ndHpeclfkall"n Tuesday. 1100: Moon honda ; 14 SchMls SAVE
Sheet) Trade.In allowunc 121 M.blli
by name. but his refer to h* mad for on* lEd THE W.dneedap500 .. II. Monday I PIR8T CLASS truck and traetamechonlc FLORIDA S LARGEST ud moat 23 to 50% .m.

" ence to "a certain person" Is Model I CJ.S Jeep, Serial o. m"dWSOOP 53 Help Wanted, FtmoUSECRETARY full time. lood ..1...,. modern beauty .ho. Lakelen UMOraacc -
57M*.72391. M Tu-da, .. O TRAILER IA nD.
Call Hainu City UA 3MT after basil Calltio PinoCompleMly Ia
standard used for ,
the >
phrase For further Information comrhitn grids. 100 P. M. Wtdmidaratordar. "AITRIIII8 WASTED. eec II $03S I pm remodeled Mr oondllo BADCOCK'SReBuilt .tor. a mauenaltranopernern.

describing the Soviet leader. Icate with C. M .....1.. PurchailniAacnt 11M Noon Tlmridaf 151 Wren l'Ienerisl Snulevard WANTED: IEXPERIIINCID pninmd ". ample ..atl'MO 5-4052. Living Room eared lOaded. Jack'a.. 4711 Mew

In describing the collapse of Bartow, Florida. Sunday. B 00 P M. ThuridarTbo body man. Apol CIII II" AIR COHDmOMNa- r.lrlsenatIes Furniture Tamp Bghway' MO .3.
Board the rl.M
The reaervea
vice office. City Half .
Udf r will aol ko ro. mn needed. w teals rou
' the "Great Leap Forward" to reject any or all bid.. All bide KIND Trtdu 1 ) and 4 pioo
aponilblt for nor thai OBOncorrMt ATTENTION MEN W. bane Write Conn nl4l 1..1 10-11 M 30 WIDMMOBIL
be raniildered mint he aubmltted
to Unat
Yung admitted there were ) IBMitlm openln for 1 men Zopsriesc.aetllro ntt. Bo.au.. Ltkolud I.. room .U.
In duplicate "n hid form. to btllrnl.bod Priced HOME DI8URANCITORAOI
"some defects and errors In our r I by the County All bide THE LAKELAND LEDGER Permanent .....ILloa. shorthand will be furniture h.lpful Poe and perMnal appliance Intervltw .and PARTSDEE'S
I aealed and accurate typlni rraulred 40 LIVESTOCK $89.95 up. .
work. Concretely speaking we hnull lie encloied In a en- TELEPHONE call 081 IOn I to 10 a m.
Mope plalnl marked on the i ilde nut. hour Per ._'..ula tavin.
, were inexperienced or little ex "Bid on Jeep.. 130: o' lock la
; in work." A. M Tuenday. May 12 1M4Orri ." OF MU 6-1151 IIU81NI8I PROMOTIONS II Cats, Pet .h'DIW.VISIT
perlenced planning '.nd In oi>en ....Ion on April Hwy. 03-S 501.0 Zest WE HAVE OPENINGSPor BADCOCK'SUs MOBILE I HOMES

Natural disasters for three II. i'ei.atgnnd:' irnra POODU D.p. Furniture .
I. 141 0 MQ -
tee fictorr rrpreefntetlirun W.bl .
consecutive years the "mos ( ) WIIMEU McCLTCIIFOrhalrnmn ANNOUNCEMENTS RN AND LPM Wanted Topsalary the lo.k.l.nd-B.Io..WIDllr pie eeitooel. 1313 froofltln Kathltea Road Mo.. Cparment

horrible" in I960 were the primary eood worklna Moat condltlnd 01 Haven .rea. Billlni and eallect.Ini 111-8, Home. l l-Mil. LOT. 75>UT with heuaetrallerwo ,
benellla be
(;.Ilfn.d) I> II. tiUOAN: other eiperlcnce will be helpful U Mulrr room cabana carport all
cause he said and the Clerk 5 Personal Notices seed eharacUr. reliable and la wlected you will have a permanent REGISTERED CIUHDAHUAa. tw. The ...1.. ton . ... motthan cnvered by rood. Workshop en lot.
'(fSFAU BUSINESSYOU'RE I pond he.ltn. Contact Mri. Klnit 'months and elder for .ale macb. PIleup Jeflew.
for lua end
"Soviet Unioni unilateral decision poilllon with good chance Bud pay roar V 141
l.fl83 '" Woodrait Munlni Horn 603Melton '. 'wrrlce. email ebocolat .
M JJ-2O4.
" to pull I all Soviet technicians 1111' BELL.: Mad looM cute and A ., Auburndale, Florida. lor adfancim.nL Tour .0 Mulb.
FOR BALI All aluminum italIcs
et the Interview I* re. 11.DALMATIN
: IN TKE CIRCUIT COURT OP( ,potID' aoodl. Dial MU I43Mwtlmau ,hone WO 7 9119ON8ULTANTS .
out of China" was the fur Culbtrion HardwareOI8 tueited Apply I* Mr Nlcholi. PVPPIU. very roe- and avnlni. lurnlslied or anfurnuned -
TO Mil Lacier Wtdneda. April U. 10M T Plonlrl .....I.n.bl.I 3.3800. Make offer lee Champllaat
second. IN AND (FOR POLK (. SUP Cover Sh.... 500Cbptnut ,Cotmetlca w. train and furnish! ( at lot B MUeourl Jet I John. Twirtft Park
COUNTY FLORIDACHANCERY Road .H071 Dra. I ill Writ Lester Bos 3001 Or phone call pl..... HORSE boa iele Pl>. liW. 1.1 II tad Warha***
Supplies Cut Off NO. S313S.S2-472. Series. Dot.presS.. allp aom.. I IA.OIrllO >ndoECMTION13T. umper. I Tear old eeldlna. Plorld 1959 GREATLAKES
nib DO\Vt-ftT 8AVJV H BANK aurtaina swipe. M""- Circle Bar S Itano. Count, Mulberry Store .
said Khrushchev "also a I C It ETARY Bourl
Plaintiff nl.... rod end loiUllatloa Rudrd. ,. '. shorthand en- "loe and Hwy t. I a m. to I p.m. d.U,. P Bite
discontinued supplies of plants v* of pimples to ohooM (rule ;gerlenc llh typlni t* do aeneral I office work 56 SaUtmiri B I A 0 LIS. PURCBRED Napart until I 4* s II T.bedroom bully fur.

i' Important raw and other ma ,ANNE lU BALL et alDrfennnnla. CHRISTIAN 112115510 hen. ,Inc s two coal profeaalonal of- aevea _t. old Plentyto Opn All Day W.d.. ., like flew condlUoa.
pen Special attention rime to i lice, Five day week 11ducatlon 5.01. sALESMAN WANTED: for home chime from W.I markedIAME8I Over 1 auoclet itont Mrrini ClasS .a pin Inilde and out
. terlals to us. Of more than lAO I NOTICE OF( SUIT IN MORTGAGE the n..... of tach patIent aro'Wrlle .O. Box 42t. .1.1. .... ,delivery. He CemmluloiDlu. 553-0457. 11813. florid Fully tondltloned with t.. 1ton .

p construction Items eUcgedly FORECLOSURE .1113. I' and eiperltnco. eompanr 1- hO..IIal. ;IIAMZ8C paintand Lakeland Alat Stan air eoadltloMr tinlti .IIC
AFTER 'noil. 'UTaN8. bu. fit No AT*. TO SELL Bee It la .
completed or partially .omplet- ro: nt on n ZACHAIIY ZACHAIIY ANDF.L.IZABETSI HIRLETB. FLOWER and Hobbl tietllh liatloa trouo Apply If.. .ldD' ,.1., coal pl.I IU 1-210. ..a..nl Will Jrld.10. Rllht" an-111. lato. .bOI
chop 3340 South Florida Com- lard. Dl KITTINB Cot
cd Soviet hi. wifeHESIbFNLb $2 PER: HOUR 14 Lake wire ale
by aid. Important pivotal .1. line ot mliiin.rupnltep.< ...1. and female Trained taandboi LATE MODEL 20 vide mobile
facilities are not delivered I ;country: In an tier unknown than .t.t.or themate (raw ie>. materlala. ,! Call Mn C O Butler. 3 COMPLETE room good home Tb,.. bedrooms. a\ kath.

CUSTOM MADE drapes. bedtreadi All round I 83-3111HHKI with or without lot O lermu.MO .
of Florida and lIIalllnl :
urniture $199.95.
yet."In ad Ircm beIng: and allpeovari Prta eitlmatei POIOTKR pupa and en. 3 UI.
general trade, too, the Slap Knut jinx II? In four borne rue term To apply rear old female Must eell $11.50 per month. Ml MIRAMAH .uoll cn_

Soviets took a sort of unfair attitude Houthport Nort Carolina Call Mrt Burnt $8(11180 Wil not MTJ refute 07380SEAOLI ear r.lIOn.bl.f.r strutted rm.

You ar. hereby notified that S. TRADINO eTAMPe Write P. O Box 1395 NOT 1 5400) 881.1207IU peothly
toward us Such a situation -I Complaint to fnrecloie a certain bounht. Atlinsa, $07 .r'tM6ea0642. PREFERRED BU 1 PUP female I for. :t 2Mnthi PLKTRADNG D-K

is Yung . the follow- old Phone 111 :
quite regrettable I 1II0rl. encumbering or I NECESSARYAGE :
Trucks Trailers
I tog de.crllied real property, to.wit: 124 ,
told his Interviewer. "Since
we I
Lot 4. OF A HtCOND REPLAY 7 TroniportotlonPtnnirlvanla Call 6824137Lakeland NO BARRIERWE 18 I LmtolrRl

had not been mentally preparedfor OF A PART OF LAKE H.Bunr .- I'M FORD Van truck make
such the iitinicTS LMT: so I. LgAvltoo!: .0 R WILL TRAIN STATS artlflolaniemlnatoa ,fftr Tradlm Pott. IBMNew
an eventuality 1"er.
; 1 Gas Oil Fuel lart.
according to the plat thereof about M. IIlh. Will shore irin.Ion head 3 D ". HKbwar
abrupt Soviet step caused con aa recorded In Plat Bo<.k 8*. and iipram Reltreneea ex- servIce>, dames Included 32. '
ch.nle". CY 3-S BBUILDING :AD1E8. CA7O you .pare J hours foil must hs'vo I ear Ike,. ti,I: 561. PROPANE OAB for cooking, he**.
28 uhllc Record. of PolkCount
loge : ;
siderable difficulties to P uant .
our bile. lor M dailrfmeet cue. .
."lorldabeen 054-1030. 10 limit t* whit you StOIC'Snut in*. hot ..t Irruitlcn. tadue.* RENTALS

economy." I h.. ) filed agninat you In th.abov. 4> TRADES !i I-I owe 5 for iuiormition.Phone :,lire you must for tarn a manner It and 5 pro-noitioa I had rwo ahoti YEAR and old been Bar wormed man AI..Mrlal Vial ue cu >.Ji. Ivy'.Mewlubamdale Im

.tyled cult and you are i ,0ur..1 and MO e-1050 Il. 121
required to aerv* a copy of your I:54 Help Wanted Mill I II',Irm appointment to dare. Apply we furnish ilouth .! .adl. b.lte. Blb" 128 Business Plotii Fir Rent

16 Markets Anow..r. or oti.r l'leudlug to the 14 I Building, Carpentering I Tcnnaueo Bull A. 192 I Wanted, Livestock, Pits
Complaint on ilalntlffa ntlorneya, rERMITE AND ..., control .al.i- J.w.lr
ANn ;nHOS, RUSH DEAN & ROOPINO WINDOWS aluminum ,nan Eiperlence helpful Brucenrmlnls I.I 840 SQ Fr.OFFICE .
UWNDFS: 322 taut Central dim, porch*,. repair, altera 221 Mow AuburndeleI "JT A few dairy ...t. 'D, WB PAT diamond told RENTI
Sales itnuieverd Orlando Florida, and Uon. 80 month, to par EC I I.b..,. ''S8,! Work Wonted :IDd. pay 101 .. Mint, old ..1 platinum. sIlver.501005'S FOR
Report file the original Anawer or otherPleading Contraction Companr tosurodPhone : P.. Dairy Oll.MERCHANDISE. *>welrj, lot Bouth Plor- 'In Tuekert Dint stare Bulldlntl
In the office of the Clerkof MU 1.1313. A llmm.r. 'M8URAHCI WORK Btartlm par l. 10'143. Paved parklnt la front
ins to per week We have unnedlai tHACTOR WORK wanted Mow T."._ floor.. Ideal
the Circuit Court on or before man MU 6 9081 P Eiau : r.rl
Of LivestockWINTER the 27th day of May 1964 If op.nlna In Lakeland lor I nt and dl"ID N. eoulprotnttulck 107 for -. I. or medl.a
you Plumbing Supplies :
(w,. married' men bdwetn aim 4 ..n. free eeti. upplr pullet Central
fill do decree proconfcaaoIII b.Un.
to ao a
1ROOPINO I..nlll 14 and 40. No etperlence requiredu I naiee Power. MTJ0 32IUNIOR I cod air 8110 ..
he taken Rgalnut you for the we have a compute tralnlniroiram .19 BIcycles o Motorcycles USED PLUMBING flxtvret. ToU I Call .0Ddll..lo.. . Jr. .nl.I'
all laws Mrv.c
relief demanded In th Complaint WEST .
Contact .
for new men U and imkt
DEPENDABLE Work : i.lrl. tor. 8-7173
HAVEN-Sixteen of Thl Notice .hall b* publlahed Ur Boieman. 1104 Lakeland I and iprinnt home wuhlniind AND Yamaha a*].. rube. Hinneuee I .
Florida's Livestock Auction I lie a week for four cona..,'ullv. AdvertiseTHE manihlp Eaiy parmcnla M0Olnnei Sills Blvd PailS till I pm, painting. Phone MTJ 1-1331 ;IIII..PI.. LucIlle starter mod 10. 4 Itr..1
week In the Lakeland Ledger Lumber Company too II nt aniwer, MO 1-3700 714reiccnt .1 ls and .porte 10% dO.D.It Montgomery Ward 129 1 Furnished
Markets reported the sale of 6"- liAPMJ thla 23rd day of April W Mala MO a.1141 fHERE ONE mIn Polk Coun : Drive Lakiland, FlorIdaLXOHT : month* mO.I.. available Apar.ntPRNISHm
687 cattle and calves: 2.3SO hogs 1964 ALL TYPES residential or com.trclal I r we send who$5 hai of "Ju.to have a livinn' an. I CARnNTRINO sad I akeland CyrIl Ceiapanr. 11' GET GA HO i APARIMENTB al
Income la IIC'
and pigs: 29 goats, 1 horse: 21 1 (P link II, of Rloan circuit Jr Court 't roots Ra.tlD'rtpalred and Bbeet or replacedcCor Mttal '. H. I. a man about" It teinUni, 3-2500. \. o hoar.Ut 'We.t Mimonal 11.4. 18-1M. WARS ,MU t.1 8I ReMBbl.
r..dtIP.. In : Have Hot Water .
... marrIed and a _
We.t MO 1-3133.
lade oti W
sheep during the past week By Hi Ronald HemlerionDeputy . ... 96 Antiques
.fete community. Hi neat WANT CARPENTERING work and .MOTEL APARTMENTS one andwa
according to W, 0 Whittle Clerk IN ALL TYPES routine repaired or icarln with a d..tre to be In' ,alntnt liiavs", r..bte. YouNsedltl :' rooms linen. itilltie for.uhed .
PEAL! ) repl..d. Repair poses ntend. EDeeioa Mainse. for hlmaelf a man free ,>rlcel, ISO lob too .mail a8-361. ,BTRAU LAN. TEakwood ..tendorltake 14-Hr Iiuuilaaea .I. Conic MotaL 400 New
Chief of Florida State Farmers, it.mi C._ Rooflni Co. 8884131 to earn all the reward. that hard : : ad Item. Pie- 117 N. 'aiap* BltbwarrHREI

Markets garb cio produce The mm we 'HRUTIAN MOTHER..'P. .hl.. ,turn, ..I..d. .b.lr. etc.Helen Kentck .
, Iren In her home P elms. aulel. ...
eanl baa ion
24 PloUir-Srucce raua Rlr".II. M 2-l0 .
Gross amounted all
to Line
.), receipts TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT lackiround or ocn.lderiblc pub.He pl.rom. RUlo.bl' Ira. l.trl tl..b. .
$433.936.Si) from 13 markets, FLORIDA 1 contact eiperwnce. If hip rclulremenl Phone I83-4V8J :.WII. fumt.b. .doll *alr
97 Articles Far Sal -Mlsc
OS Planet .
.. I LASTEJtlNO, PATCHING newHint. fill you. call Mr It_ PASNTINI3 SPECIAL pro. .n .a.ln. ..11
Sales reported for the weekending ., Alteration, and addlUen. nil. egg-iiBi Iurisapio1ment. wood t.im. . .ement block. I rUHNlSHID OR anlurnlihed prvrale
CM No 1217 Pocket SO Pen cetlmatM. ilcenied Jeff Tol- $1. after DeED TV'B from kath
April 17 at 16 markets Work luarantecd 8IJ 3 13$ IP Ouerlateed BALE ot nab .n"a. 83700 M
Par No J7' WANTED: SHARP counter man Or'Dd
IOU, MU 3-eSJ. : fliiODC 8100
'I pm, w* Workingrceli ludloa Coneolee and I monthlr I Apart-
Included 7,180 cattle and calves; CLAl'DI.noss, I Jood opportunity So eadnon nomnnb. I Admiral BalM IpID.I.Ral I. MO
I Brown
Plaintiff, I IHARRr"tWMa Apply McDonald 11_- FAINTING AND ..r"M.r' Cork.I .p\ ba.alD. S"ul "I. 1-
Btrvica. Peacock .
1.830 hogs and pigs: 2 goats; 1 BUSINESS SERVICE 'burrs. 711 Bait Manorial Blvd :Pre ""m.. luar :n. 4M II. .371 RIVATE ENTRANCE aereenedwrch
inlaid Call I-43M YAMAHA ORAND .bunp. I lltrtnt room kedraoa.Itehea ..
horse, 4 ponies, and 14 sheep. f IEBTAURANT MAN, lack Ihort 010..0
flefendont. ..' t aUTO GLASS and door repair. artlit beach yearn I kath Ooavealeai _1
Individual market summaries ird.r eipirlence Boin mini 'AR WORK and uwneare parts Inililled Pee free Htlm.telcl .It. .. side neinborkood. ,.
NOTICE TO DEFEND 30 B.auty Parlors :ni kno.I.... for drive-la Hard h.uIlD. "11 hedi trim LenseS Ine 500 SoOth Plorda Couple *
TUF STATE OF FLORIDA TO I Cliff Ward. al3 north Maw. Avenue 5.318..lRACIVIY
included : for .2.311.
: LEDGER[ lork Ion bur Heady Mb I i nlnl Call -.211'ICOM.ANION '
Arcadia Livestock Auction I Th. above named defendant.Harry LARA B BtAOTT Salon complete .nt Purses' refercocea required TO lady unemiicred '. a.ll. 'BABT ORAND plane, Manetmuh ..' ,. PDRNIBHED
ROM .lutr eervlce. hair itrllna. hair I g all MO a-lMI belon I 30 a m: : trace 1031luruet IBEITI.UIo HAWAIIAN print OneS condltloa QualIty .. .dr.. apartmeaU 408loulh
Market (Belle Glade), 322 cattle i, whoa re.ldenc la unknown oolorins. nermin.ntt Oak Avenu.Kathleen . PrM Dilve 15. Like Wrll. Plordi I per yard. DacreaJotlon A tone. 18**. 101 Ea t OraCle I ICtre.t Plorlda Prune MO 3-3007.

and calves. You ore hereby notified that a I" : Clara Oarlaad MO I Phone 34M4rOONO prlDI. al .Is and many I i FURNISHED OR scud furniihedMI
cult for divorce h.. been filed 4070. ,! 'ilhtri I ..prlcei Wall. beautiful Lake Mertoa 153Lake
Bonifay State Livestock Market flgilnut you In the above entitled REPAIRS: ON all make lawnmo SCORE A STRIKE MAN with clttu deiro rill .aP' er cups cut no : Morion Drlte phone MTJ

21 cattle and calves, 132 ca lee. and that you are hereby ... and small .n.ln*>. Free ....- eelre. employment. In cltruiiroduclloa U 1 our S edged PriMBt ptcclflclsdms $3 : -3881.
Hie eipcrlenca I Itonics Candy Spins WEEK
required to come a ropy of youranawer I .ll.
and WANT mates a neepales Oahle Ante ,. and ferllllier ..1... 'weed, and Ml HI.LeIloeed MIcE Clean and
hogs pigs.Gainesville or other written defeniea Against budget nil Sell 1 : IAnN.
Electric: aol North florid Ae.Pt,00e .
Led- .1. eleeet
K M. attorney Boa M-a$3 4: Buadar. O C 10. tpae
upon Knight plaintiff Io.bl.n R.mUI.
Livestock Market, MD S101<< L\rlta dull .. Water '.
nhoie addrene I I. P O the\ furniture you no longer I.r. ,I'abrlo. Dad CIMr I YOU GET .rlb.

672 cattle and calves; 354 hogs Box 714. Lakeland, Florida. on or 37 Mattress RinevotiniIATTRI8S use Inexpensively with a (i ifa COLORED: WOMAN duflroo houe,'HIM North of Internal 30 W... Canons.S _.

and pigs before the lath day of May. ADi end. or keeplni rhlldren. Plv I:LOTHUUNB POITB. rosily I. Home of ertan MALL MODERN: apartmentarte
| <4. and hefire or Immediately action Classified ad. ; art week. Call aro 1.2&10. IH .._. I and 1" oomplotelr a. One weekly. private *.. eleeeu, for idulu 814 last
Interstate Livestock Auction thereafter to file wllh the Clerkof RErlOVATINO I Rea. U* cross*,'. with S I. WMklr lamllr meson. emoa. Phone MO 9.7330ooma .

Market (Seffner( ), 718 cattle and the above atylid Court the nil*- day,eervie bee Mitre' 0p.n e. Dial MU 6-1151 now. j El MBonaole f'c :'0'.ldl II SO and) HIM pel 4 .aeoeeear muneMontr 3ARAOI APART..INT. P e a r
of laid saId written ADS .. I Iduals. dellvtn Me. purchaeeprwe
Inal anawer or 0 r.ld.n ,ittch" I paid appliee O Comfortable
calves. defence, If any .. MU 3.1147. I I else. Wetford ::: -I 7 decide 1 Our. acaled He pel. b..1.fnlo\tAa

Jay State Livestock Auction It you fall to do 10. decree pro D. 1 P paine never plared a aot*. 10 BlreetOTTAaB
eon f MHO will be entered agaln.t FINANCIAL ro.ba Plarlni la ...
Market 153 cattle, and calves; you fur the relief demanded In the AUCTIONFriday .u. POUR room, Floridaooau
Come In let at prove III all elertrla. air eeaditionedU .

248 hogs and pigs. Complaint WITNESS' my hand and ottlclal SERVICE !,2 Basinets Opportunities Only heat.. 8UVk 1'1 PlorldaIROUND

Kissimmee Livestock Auction eeal of office at Banow, Polk 7:30: P. CANNON MUSIC CO .

Market 552 cattle and calves. County. Florid. thl Ith day ot (::HOICB BUSINESS and Incomeiropertle Wl put *r ro* IOJ .Florida .a-l4 4 P L 0 0 I attraetlv

Cattlemen's Livestock Auction April, A. D 1964D *. Mel Rudy. LMLAlealtar Opta Prldal Evtnlnta ,paruneat.. free ..041.faclUUea.eoreauea .
II. SLOAN, JR Ian B. Memorial Blvd JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCON ,, Ors TaU. Clta.
Market (Lakeland), 602 cattle Clerk Circuit Court DIRECTORY I j CENTER ,SartOr Hlthwar, labs Park '

and calves. (SEAL) By \lvlnn A. Purvl .fl 110' M But 1 09 RadIi T.l.vlsioe ;" "RT"INT MM. HIM

Deputy Clerk I'12 week. Uahu.
Suwannee Valley Livestock TO BUY .41 Il
MIsS WAND i and .", TELEVISION AND steed. 630. 'water and turnlahed Chlldreaeleerae
Auction Market (Live Oak), 114 FOI YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE JIIE PRllTt. Bur, .,11''Call "I a-7033. AIM .leeplnt room*
Polk .
cattle and calves, 743 hogs and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF( L County :od.. R U Baraaia HOUMtthwaif 14 EaitOaa. MO 8-83IT

THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"' WHEN YOU NEED ITI! Liquor license : Norl al Olbeonlau 111 Sporting CeedtPACBB OUR ROOMS and b.t Earl
pigs.Monticello 0(1'( FLORIDA I IN AND FOR $4002.u.Ec7'RoLUX. .. Bwtaw
r.r.ll. Aull.
Livestock Market, OLK COUNTY, IN CHANCERY I Write Box M-271 i 111 latest model, CAK Irallera. Bee I sins pool 1. lut .

Inc. 151 cattle and calves 336 SUIT FOR DIVORCE ew guarantee Take *eer D.'. ta beet bul. any EdI I NICE ape
Appliances Plumbing Supplies :
CASE NO. ,13J: -ID 20 Lakeland Ledger m.nl. 11.lu Corp. SlO-t660 ,JobD'. "el PrI ld.. PlnellMPark I ICII0N'UY ."

hogs! and pigs. NICHOLAS J DEPKEU, ) ron PROMPT ,.paso.ouceiri- K H UORRla Du-ll tou.._ OR GALL one cama.nlal air Plorlda ,red.m"IO.Telephone .ndilo.3414 I lie.

Mills Livestock Auction Market Plaintiff ) iratorc wuhln machine*, andippllaneM Plumklni and Electrical Bupplle INC. Elccllent location one oda fountain, Las Charlie BlreetIR .
-,'- ) call Thrifty, City PT.. Informalloa sad dellvirytool Auburndale area ea .l..dltl..r. W and Mil MltcillaneeM
lirUAC.In aw hap 112 Wcnled .
Ocala cattle and CONDITIONED efflclencrrlvate
( ). 400 AGNES D fiFOKFR ) ScenIc Department m-lll6 l rentaL pipe eat and threaded 11 Paid trainlni availMe (.1."Ol D'aarlhini Bouleverd TrdPoll. ButehlneoatloU

calves 465 hogs and 21 Oefenonnt ) 14 noun Mrvice. tieMiln R. A. RltahelmerII I 131 WM VlritnlaLECTROLUX pall .a
pigs, NOTICE OF( SUIT II Appliances Serviced _.i4 Lakeland I contac. n. CAIB FOR Pour ... ..IMU Coerce. 4108 rlerUi PuwidaLOTEL1
sheep; 18 goats.Okeechobee ( VACUUM rl.in.rat an. t..u.
TO: ; D DECKER oihu.etani
ELKCTIHC APPLlANC&:1I: nroliPricon Printing 1 IEED OPERATOR for well wrat. I. model With allachmenUUB CLOSE
Livestock I* one er tw*
Market known residence and
rvaranabl. Pen ..tlrni .... ,d major ell comp.n, nrvlcelatlon ,' nor polliher Barta. .. AUTOMOTIVE bedroom carport B* pet*. 411
1,422 cattle and calves. mailing addreaa. la Window aIr IIndl:11.r8tt':' folk ALL our print. needicall 8m.1 capital requir' 1 bon$<*-$}ITPAFP South Lake.
I 190 Pin IItr..t"ort nod .0. MO 2-4404 Commerel Pr_. MS-SMB
Mid.florida Livestock Market J.n'la, New York Appliance and Electrical Rtrvlce. Ine, Letterhead, llthocraphlni I 12-0864 .1.hl i BIWINO machine. llkiew slicE APARTMSNT. firm Deer.
YOU ARE HEREBY: NOTIFIED 932: Aigt'tC,l Sheet HJ-78.17.Aute RAILIR PARK 14 .,. only tued for work 116 Sale eleel.rle bllchon. .ilocor.
(Orlando) 150 cattle and "" ""n. I "P.1 A.tm.bII'e no oslo
home 1
ii, ltr N>* 1 144 Oakhul. after ,
that a cult hal been brouihtKalnat Seat Coven limit.. 'I2 000 1/3 dull*. saul South Florida .
calves; 94 hogs and pigs. you In the Circuit (ourt I Radiator Servlco : 4uelt., Owner CT 3-6.170. WInter i STEREO PM ... radio WI P..C Tear rdll to
lOt Judicial l Circuit of ,. DODo rued. doe SeoubleUsed '
Cattlemen Livestock Auction the Tenth LINDa AurO hoes C on.rs. Ce- (riph will _. air conditioned.
lorlda. In and For Polk County. pint eetowouts Inle.lore. 131 ANY TYPE ridalor: lervlcecleaning iVAILABLB MAY Nnwmods I ultlplei Used alt moniha, 1121 Care. $504005.'aJbRSCHS DU'j furauhed 104.

Market (Tampa), 635 cattle and lorlda. and that you are her.byuntitled IceS M.ln Phone MU 1. '10 Radiator rerorlni.Service rebulldlnpMldri Mllll ., ., Richfield ..nic 11.nation Parntornntloa I hone MU *-.71JOLORCD Super t. 19000 j 883-4814

calves. to serve a ropy of yournewer phone i iI Dunlap Ut B3800.
I 1ti RCA
or other written defenaee Cener.t.UCIIoUD / lel..I. al'ra.. 2 l BLOCKS from eellete. Uvln
Hardee County Livestock Auction ,upon CHARIFH R MAYER of RADIATORS. BLOCK cleaned I iO'II'I HOUBETRAILER with ciI I rand new ne.rn.. .. room. bItches mIll d nlnt *rea.-
and aullity room. ,peater Ctllllr .take.pare ion BALB 118 Lincoln All
carport .a.r. pew bedroom bulb Can MO 8-021
Market (Wauchula) 192 MAYER till BUEATH1TT, Plain CONCRETE cwuraclor oa vehicle. Cycle-Plo method Re.poirss .
acre land Euht nntal traUre Ur* MU '- 11 Di. ,en. air _d' oOauos.Call UU 83384VE
tltt' whoa addreea. l I. ... Ii trim ne> IO"1 I
Attorney Oenilera. 120J
Drl' floora sid.wiiks.aNon . Pleat cur 1-HIS. t UMtHIRTV. Poeter. MU3J l. 8800MO 1
cattle and calves. Call '
Poet Office Bo* 80(1( Lakeland steveN curM petto inS Scull, Plctde ft13-4II01 ": RMS porchei. lane card.
Sumter County Livestock Auction lorlcle. on or before the l.nd day .... K. .. Morris ......... SAY l DRIVERS ..2 M lalloa steel opea lop .IoY..OIT.lou door one new .utom'll wa>h
of May 1904, and "before or inmediately ,- Lakol."d Radio TV Repair uallfj for 110000 ruma. Ala* I ll cardboardnkele ,wn.r. brakei er 10 ,. .. 1-301.
Market (Webster). 88 cat I thereafter to file with Iniurinre for ** low aa !I and I.. Cal MU "and tranuUHloa mllea*..
KXPIIir RADIO aDd TV a.rvleoplu II.bUII for ... ar.Ueal oi.diilse$550. MU TWO I 0 0 M I. QuIK .1...
tie and calves S hogs and h. Clerk of the above StyledIourt Fences .r. BR-IS Pllln* 8>
pigs. arauad all wit r,
tne mouiur proofln. alter without Iniurance 1RIIUOI..TR I t74Ml rt. t.
the original of maid Anawerr
defenaee II MUTUAL PENCE Compass. toe.lowrt lour MI la repaired in our ...od..rD "d.1. Aulaa with .ul..t.. tonaled. .u"m.rl adult.
said written DIAL .
any 1101 COMET
Air .ondl-
7 waaoa
prloM. a* down payment.uaraole.d shop at a fur price Brio ... canon. .IM..I 11.THR.
> R.
In World War when PresI- It you fall to do ao. Deere Pro ... .. a plena .'ask. 101 lor..I.r.r d I IIe34080. food aeaeral .,...
II. onfeaM will be entered. aunlnat W* went be under.010 our IB and 10* *r call I Bouth norlda Aveaua, .oa.'MUt. ,;. dluoa. .' .
Price 11048 RY b.
I 'w
S Howard Radio and TV.
dent Lakeland todDler MO MO ..
Franklin Roosevelt ordered you for th. relief demanded In III' Peon ettwa... 3.1170. 419 Longfillow, .... to OOLB RIRIOaIATOR .. b.o'1-6IO low Ian .1' .parklat Ml
the Complaint. Jon, .IMALL INVESTMENT opportuIU , .. .
temporary buildings erected, he Mo er sony I love MOOT BELL or trade 1840 Ford Comb.lsrd.35u .
wit omen,9 hand and of tidal FornlroroUHlblS on* of th. huhut luaran .Id bedroom tulle. aatlgue.. IIM and 117 Pord good ,
reportedly told the builder "I eal of offli at Barlow, Polkounty Screen Repairs cod return, .liable today N* S to 4 P .. I OouUSlvd. ,coup nilea*.. both run good. for sloe se-: SLOCKS fmons sallese. 'I's'
Florida thIs Ulh day of .... P.O. sos S39*. Lakeind bedrooms, livIop dlmlu
furallure writ
want you to design these so piweiMather Itk PORMAL Jut llki 167 Chevrolet ,-.. slink. I4MBM02JO .
April, 19(1HEAL MU Posmilura Pause MJm btllLkNt REFAlBkD; Ineecl .lrcrMnlng 1. IH. .... AI..".. ... a 1 room line .leb.r' cocoa
they will fall down after seven I ) D H "IDAS JR replaced la wood or .u.d. MU 1-0064. .r sod balk P. Il I ..
Circuit Court ('I.... metal tramM, Pick up. delivery. M4 CHEVROLET Impala wages. "U 1.24.PIIt .
years. don't want this war to U Mortgage
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By: JUANITA RADFORDVpoty LuwnmowerRepairs_ 000-5341 ,8 Barter & Exchcugf ,beets. e 'a. 1111 per ROOM. sarage'apartment;
make Call '
Washington any uglier"LEOAL Clerk .I. .. pocrh. Off sare.4 park.In. .
.. i if .
a fills I Mil
Swimming IOT .
&1 ll 5503 OLDOMOSILI JelfIrn bard. coo sonin. meat Seimso
led tool iharpened Bur and peCmowers ..... ,WILL SWAP good rider mower, II
.or. Pn' I.rl _.
ADVIRTISCMINT, NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN KlnMy. not Lanl.r, MOJ140 4X114 CLIANID. re.......... :ae Corp of Plorlda. l B CRCDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGE p 5 I a I P 5. .blealo. .uppll. I la .,.. MD 03131.HORTICULTURE. I lao or *lumln..m beat ta I IindlUoa need i punS tINE BEDROOM aleeplna porch
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NOTICE TO 6-1151 .qalpnrst. wan 101 15,1: Male, Phoci 183.3255.p9 .ndl. .8-41. 11,0 floor ave niittiborhood:
IN TIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR POLKCOUNTY Painting liD 0slap.com i MUsT Mil lramedlteli > ,ear rtjoi>olne Inquire 701
COURT IN AND FOR POLK FLORIDA ,* ; 'SI Volkiwaera sedan 818 Wo PaltertoaCB oD'
10. Beats Motors Supplies :>8>_83M SlIce .
COUNTY FLORIDA IN RK: FSTATE! OF PAINTING SPECIAL: Avcracelerlor io. P Laos Duals. 0111 ClarkSren.n.N.Clu.ursa EltrabrookM TWO .dr notice apart.
IS RE:: HJTATP: OF EDITH B. KELSON 1110 Accrue eiuiII2S .,. 0004044 1562 msvermible. .
nilODA E AMICK Deceaaed. Pint aI... wcrk. OvaranIMd ,' Firtllliir, Feed, SellIROOND ;Wt TRADE 3* BP Evlnrad I:.pw .J .W1 'I 045.5075 fJ Pant Psrt 1 f"B,'::

l)*ceaeed To All Creditor and Peraona Hav.Inlr lief.....,..... Phone II2-43M Upholsteringwe 1 electrw .tirtie eontrolateerla } I.doer. One cull .1l.

Tn All Creditor and Pereona HavIni (Inline or Demanda Agalnitaid Her 3:35.PAINtING.. UPSOL4TUOIO PEAT muck Pet wbnl with .eitra ,wntr Excellent eoadltloa 4* D OPPOSITE BrTUPPLIBOARO7rlT

; tlalnia or Uemanda Alalnat EaUte: WABHINQ carpenter ... Blip coven and drapee.dare-reaoaabl oil ml>M. UK.ted 10. I or .ood II BP I Call I met Rolidir Mobile Semi Park TM room,EU seed florid room
Said betat: Vou and each of you are her. .ert. Interior ....rlor work PrMmitei. Pr** Mtimale pick er II O'N.a. MO4 3. dU-n.. I 'e. IGLA)8PMrunabontArqu I 11.1. &ffjg Oranaa. My

You. a"d each of you. ar* her.- b y notified to rue In duplicate all ..II. rcaHnable price.. U3- and deliver Phone tn-cato 001 I LI AN PHOBPHATB land far I M3 RENAULT Dauphtae. Fotir tIPPER "
1' TWO .
I", utlfl"d to fll* In duillcat all claim. and demanda which you 18DI, en-IBU. Mr Turman Ho lln.ewnrui Ro.dVen.tlan I ama Ale sand sue dirt fa Mil i ia "odel. (,;omll. .",rh 00 H' 100 mllei Like new 1 enirinc and bedroom bath -.P *
ilmiiiK mid dfiiiind. which you 'a\e aralnat thisataie of Filth i Dsi&Mu53015.IROtlOD otor bunt .le. .10 I Irluout ettale UM 309 J* ar Bvndar MU
l h"i illt"III.1 the entile of jtltnd E. kolaon, deeeaj..d. In the nfflc Picture Frames tlln.sVERHCAL 'C will Phon* MU Inl'I: Call MU 1-140 : 10.al.;ol TennteM. 111.
h: Ami k. d. .a.v d. In the office ot Richard A. Bronaon County PUT .3 cubIc yard .t 0_S S t Auburndale WOI.34 THRU _
..I Kit'hard A. Bronion County Judge. at hi. office i In the Court .aCT U R B PRAMES Boaatlf AND bar aumjnufctured ... pied 551cC Pnai o: 4351Lsklsnd :' or evenlna.CHOOSE 117 Antemebilet DU1B '. .lab.
lthln fram end meuldlnt Cu.tom ned! Repued cleanedreflatohed I lIdlu sled WI . 1.1. *araa*
Judge al MM office In th. Court lOom. at Barlow Florida, IK ;Adult*. quiet 111 Monica.eaJ.4343 .
lluui* at Dai'tow, ilorlda, within ole calendar month from April I. ready mad Ualne Art Shop Abe aolomoblle eeae (1ICU CLEAN tea MIL fill -; IK4JJ48DMMKR .
.lx oalenlHr. monlhe from April Il ult, which la th* data of the 1001 Orleaa .Lf.... MO w_ also Mind Alr-Ut. MU "1'111 ia land DrIve war I: YOUR ". C. mIt. o
l iced. .his. I. the date of th. (rat publication of thla notice om Caldwell 5001654.2FI.wers :besSel Cal "v 1-3. RATB er curly kult:
fl,-.t puhllcallon of thl nolle. Each claim or demand muat be I In PAT CAIH for pickup "u.t Eiut san, all electrle, .*on>
bu,'h claim or demand muat b* In writing. moet elate th* plane of Seeds Plant '' model liuoala. irmnd Ooer, cirpert
'a u"o .
IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS paid 81) last Oraaa
wrltlnr muat elate tb* plate of 'eeidaeoe and poet office adrirea NEW EMPLOYERIn 10 1264 .t

realdanc and poet office eddy... .uf lb. claimant, ,ou.( be aware to MIADI'rRCI tpeetali. Rain troM :A8B IN .
of the claimant, total b* aworn to and maul be filed .. aforeeald I TtlnMO elm Mimnas. Wcepln U a fu.a.pickup DVI. THREE room private

and muat b. filed .. aforeaald nr or .. earn will become void. BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION eiluw> ircemore today's "Help Wanted" ;i IUI er. ld. .wild ,b.l. 'DcA. Water tu.I..
.. aurn will\ beoon,. vOId. Theodore Lawrence K.laon iiDlu euraljiptua,0.0 lie A4u1. 140
JOHN L. KNIGHT Executor i..tI.. 1. Turn back to Classified Norl Keatackr t_

Kxenutor Uancaton )I...., Plorlda now for hundreds of UII IIDCH .
MU 6-1 1 51-Ask For Classified -- .I
Welch ttoolerMiornc 5:3 Florida *.nu.ttnmk DIAL :IXmlNO OUT Alter aadraaua CWDONI .
: job opportunities! : .. .t O
)N at lAw rtorlda. alinu 11 00 ADS 1J1 .
a .krland. florida \ 1 ar B..culur of 'Bile ther laii UII ( CtSlflED I I"lir. .- "ut W.lr .

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. 129 Furnished ApartmsntsCUJBE 129 Fvrntshtd Apartments MY? I NEVER OOMT BITCAKIrVNO WORRYlWSRS *R LESWE :*:: REAL ESTATE
,'t' I'll A.M.CllARP .

""..... 616 DOWNTOWN week. Ctllltle: Two* paid last. room lEAOTlPUt.Bpartnwl UPSTAIRS for on. kd. UNMAR1ODHMHQ AN MEN WORK SOFA I 1 ARC 9jougrARRIVEO $.4RQ. OUR DAY OFF 153 Houses For Sole 153 Houses for Sal
8.J BOUtll New York 883-4036 -T. ER--BUT
*'". 100. 101 PalmoU DrIveTYe"EFFICIENCY : VAtt '
o0IU: --
WOOER* DUPLEX Three roomn, .k8 8.llIo..orlll C.II oIltr
fir trW kitchen; 815 monthly 110hiWLY 3.30, 11112.1311. LIhCE.. j/

DECORATED three No pet*. Weiuidc f..uh.1 OH BUS1NECS PROPERTY _
I,,.mi, mod.", furniture, food 3-3810 HAVE JOE AND Neat two bedroom on large 1, Lot 12' front**. OB HIORWA
loratlea Bandy Seartlowo ahop- JULIE OOUST3 ' NO 17 SOUTH: MT deep t Beroom .
j,l"u iiouir botvltaj. Pboh 663CUTTAOC OARAGE APARTMENT 114 North HOUSEHOLDCOOPSSTOWtD 48-MJ 'lot just out of dl' with citywater Horn. Florida Room Ca -

IS'. $Bare tell**...'p0'.011.. two. Pour room room ifficiene. belt. 1 and electricity' only POnt NI.. ihided lot. 816.SOO,

THRU room, Urn prtmnt Both $97501 RO-1209.
.>MU. .._D.d pornO clean to ..".. Woo loom.furnbhed.. W.....CI.and.. CAMPHOR HEIGHTS

114 convenient Johneon.location.8t OICONVENIKNTLt Reaaonebl. aeantown. No children, no .Ia. 1 Room 1 Bedroomi. S Full TU
Relerencee C690LCth.IL : GOOD BUY EAST! nth. Florida Room Wall 10
luU'l1l81D1C. N&AR .0U". 6.0dnoem0. MRST floor. Boar .u .. J Wall ...IItt. drapeii b I .11.1\
'" Ito 80th.. ..'..Ded bu*. W.u ftirauhed. Bum.... equipped Extra I.,.. lot. eaee"I .10I.
lonI po,.'". .8nii.. W.Ie Jur- rate*. |3. SoUth Teaaeaae ADS- N.-' Three bedroom block homeon Landacaplnd Be* EL-118J-I.
.1.".... U11 1-842. DU.. large lot in country area
LOCATED 0... PACING LAIt. Parker, levcly net near Combee school. Only LAKE HUNTER
bedroom duplea. Water furnlahrdSummer 1.,.. --
four room tile bath terraa. SECTION] DUPLKX sod
Mainolla r>t. .13500 683-4MS monu. .th$. ...b licit. ".000 .rooma.r.... IOS

DO YOU WANT i room ATTRACTIVE apartment.CPPER Priv.t"t na bath bed 130 FurnIshed Housss 139 Unfurnlthsd Houses 144 Acreage, l.ti for Sole 152 Real Estate Wonted 153 Hoaist For SaltTURKS MEL RUDY ULTRA MODERN

entree... Dl"' '.. .,.m .eicep .... I .
H8_WMI Peathtre Btret. T H It R 1 BKDROOM8 Walk! 886 alOOMN two bedroom di.olni OROVB LAND so a',... pin ) LABOR tedroom. .Ir LMLA REALTOR COUNTRY LIVING Bedroom
I mini four nan turnlihed apartnint : cloaeta' Screened porch. Alao .Ieetrll ., .... 683-U40 0' and oake. Beautiful tilth I.nd. conditioned 3v Bthi Florid Room, Bull.
? 1 hav ',0. In a food location. THRU: ROOMS ud both. Mcond ,carat* apartment available. Clean 6831801CLSAN worm eectlon Lakeland fin. taadecll LIST YOURPROPERTY Avallabl for aeparaU carport. MORTGAGE BROKER 101 of all kind Located on 1
doll. to btulne**. Bcrvened loor, Inns ,. toil Immedlato oeciiy airs of Hlih and
but Alulanlr Excellent Boutheld Itc elf, around
atlonHU33 Price ,
porch ODd (axe*.. Hit ,.r\\. Call . MU '-47.'. ,< 3. I.... cloxu TWO close btdrooia to .....duple. UOeuola I f% d."".1260 Boo pw R. L.acre 011.Term....' WITH USI I I I 0388 pOnc or. 1281 3-138.1 Alma IIr.... Call l 0- 1S27 E. Memorial Blvd. $iM.000 for all thin.

1,05100020 R C Leu or Ray It Lele .1 Dial 68W107 time EXTRA NICE BtnLDINO LOTS)
HARRY HALDEN 130 131 For Rent, Mlicsllansou PalmrttaSMALL Dick'* It...",. I 1011 loot Main, "B -BHorty* can"I SELL It. I BAROAINI BEAUTIFUL modern any from 63200 1111. Southald.
Furnished Houttt HOOSI four mIles ..69.Dad. Pnone 0O8.l113COMBII IT DOWN." 0$. L. Bhortyl Palmr .o Borne. three, bedroom, It* bath.
223 Boat Ttna Av.. MV 2-tlM City Huhwar 610 w..lI. I Realtor LMtA. lot 4. Tenneeo flna corner lot convenient location Call Loren Early
TWO BEDROOM trailer private A83-I748 MANOR 10.... Avenue Pnoao MO 3-617. aear Cryital Lak. 61600cam
Ml'0 BEDROOM ........ .. '
Adulu lot OOm. Road 10 1133 :
Furnubed 3 bedroom .
houe (Idiot 10 .. Ttna .. PInkISH for pilOt Oil'. by 8616kicluni
ODTHOATK.; TWO rooma. only. No pet. RMerene. 8.0 Phon MO 3-4831. ALBO Paan. furaiehed S ana ter and leotrlolty .1..)..BardlD'j Avenue. Call TRI-LEVEL HOME IN BEERMAN REALTY
shawls, tires floor ..,... efflctrnry mooto "' '**".*. .... .."*. lOc> 9 bedroom. Mel Rudy Keolto Lew (OP ca>h. 613-6173. LoU 'S8-7 88. Malcolm Thomaa*'Dor.
Linena. tttllltlei, parkin. Slot hl.DCI. TRAILER UNDER lark .*k*. 1837 ..... Ueoorlal BI.... 68.. o EXCLUSIVE
Retired or bUsIfl..o.0fl. 663-8848 TWO ol..p.i four and child Utllltmurnlehad. 4107ly CHOICE BUILDING 1IU. 1110'1 WI-UPS' "reeuiui-Need --Doting.I FOB RITIRIMKNT home wIll RealtorMamber
umplluraunod 113-3_ or 668-1990 14* directly. behind 3680 Cleveland for *al* rental Ml Rod,. Re*.- IS000e, reated Three bedroom HOLLINGSWORTH LMLA
6 A R A O *; APARTMENT Ib,.. ItO Wl Belmar 181 moos 31010003. torPOr I. Cns.LII Reitbt BKd Call MO tOoil tram and
blocks from city hall ISO month per montu Orbs b,. Uua OIL! 133 MobIle loll ACOI. Clooo. Call .U IIml. . MU 6-3670 tor. 1837 East MMBorlal, 8410 I.It. louiluid larate. Owner apartment 1"0.. SECTION 939 So. Via .... MO S31S1Wl
Homes paid 619
a c;. Uu.
y..r around Adult, no pet*. au1I0.UI 01.98 RHity. lOll 000. make aa offer Call
TAMPA (889461rHHKB
lIOtMIlO.: 14II.UO', 00.
Lak An phone Ma -ilJJS4 .
CLEAN MODERN furoUhed hoitrailera. TWO BIWROOM CD h088. NOW.I .ail...' InneUnent. ".800. John BKDROOM: two bath CnoiiM Valued araa, over 3300 *q It. 3
BPACIOCS THRU room duplex.tlean . WSBEa-eloe two b.dnoo.u.COfDOtI. ..,Ia.... Good livlni con. I decorated 0 hrou.bout. Wat- J Brennan, 134 W ".10. 686- Make our30th .180 dowa MQ 8-TSO bedroom, Hi bath, loris II.In. LEDGES
Hear tifw Bear and Ward lit. Adulte. no m. dIllon.. Utllltl. furnuhed Bua furnll .d. 880 monUi 1141 aVaib 4103PA8TURB. after a JO pm. room and Florida room, plue rIo.Inst .
opplnt.) Adult. 731 Cut Peach 2:104: 011111.... II'.U.". SO. me- 10-616. weekly 681-3V17 son Road Call 8886187Kltcoea LAND .00 .. heat and air eonditlonlni on CLASSIFIED ADS .
8001.CLLUI.. acre .
I.M. rIO DOWN pcem.ut. idOhlaod boll privet lot 8J9.000.00. C.IIC.rmen
MODIM TWO load Mil .
NICE TWO bedroom trailer llehte.watar bpdroolD d.III. some timber eem 14111. Three bedroom rarpbrt"CB
1ML1IXt8IANO. 1d..1 .or thutOll.CIII : roUR 0010 doelen. Iaroononeb turnuhed Laundry taclllla appliance!! and water .1.19.4. Near' Plant city on, toonlhed.uofurol.lboa i 304 Aiale Eaeterllni, MU 6-9888
.C 1-4271 0' IiCC 2.8101. ISO,.nInh' locntlon (<.. avallabl.. Bui tin*. 380 furniuud MO 33810CLCAM 8190 per Inf$. Term 19* down $lr.,8. 888-2174 "V wIlls 4.7173 T. R. Tttc""" .I,.. ",,.llOr. CLASSIFIED_ _DISPLAYEND

Ill SOUTH low*. Claus-In Two .Pi.dull..*.. M3-4391. 1JOJ BMne Krth Florida '''.1011. TWO bedroom CB bo.... i Ite Ray R K L.Ula Gardner. R. O. Lele so. SIb. DEPOSIT: 86780 monthly. ,
..p.rtc.'flt43 Urn room* Men I l in lie* Wett SolOs oka. c.d at PIca. Realty. ANNIVERSARYYEAR 2638 Meadow (corner Comb* :
wlttt prlvat bath, SIt (auditioned TWO BEDHOOMB, electrla klc' 134 Moblls! Horns lots MO 8-S7IHI lOll lul Mala phone 68* 813: Rd I. Three "bedroom. CB IV I of MONTHClearance

alto 8araBACHELOR ... ... IU month Ut-loJe weekden 'COLORID: 'ur 0.01, .11.. noomo bath, hardwood floor Shipley, HOMES BY I
tttrr 0, an day 818.1802, 689-873S nllhtt
Hturdund IRADT LOTS. sod 1Io1b. Call Often MU e-.d. Robinson Pines I
APARTMENT two (undu.corrag ehuHleboard mod '
l..r.. rooma *....\It. kitchen, bath I nil '..11I11.., clean reitroom. HOUSE FOR tai. or rent located OWNER BALI: 1640 Sklaa'lStreet VA MANAGER
wlUi ihower. Entra clean end 126 Oweole Denlnbk hovrer and laundry. Clean rental at Carter. Corner aa 1I.1n. Lot Ic ar8896 AU city utlllUe Three bedroom, two til.
prlvat MU 3-1334. 622 ttoutilBlvO ton couple only. Oulet 1.1,18or.toed. trailer*. Three mil. 1000 12.I Oil.. Phon MU S-418S Paved etreeu Lane 69'HOB'' tot. bath, paneled Florida room. Near On AllCheapies
I. Kttt bui .. Your Year of Progress Orocs Park. MU $100 DOWN
and .10. ItoSoo.den. I hone 6884048.AKI Bit ihede treee. 4 blockS wei.1Uf I 2-4876
_ _ _ _ .. 1188.IJ88. 7NP000IOS100"TUBES bedroom '
REDECORATED ONI _room. BONNT Pour Sloe Mobil miocon, h.u.> Sod. Alao two Waliaoa on HlihUnd St. Call BEST OFFER will take IbIs three
Rom Park T R. Tucker Jr.. Realtor 6861171 "bedroom Its bath horn Man* hole* home. In alt lor*'
porch. Cool mod thd4 Clone MODERN TWO bedroom dupleiIcely larteet tot In bedroom 1I0u. 130 Phone MDOIK In Southeul
akelend Run and dry Munlclpaj 4.$'723 or atop by 115 N. Mae Save invest atone Lakeland Lane pantled 11,08. Completely r.d.oorot.dINo.1817
down town Adulu Phono MU 8- furnuhed, cool quiet, new or regularly
Av... Tucker payment low ..
a* .
3731 litrtot. Adulte Low rent. oa.- tlictrto water and .....r. I PLATEAU Areouo. 0505 rooml: BulldlniBEAtmrtO. family room. Many eitra *. stop by olllce or call. a* .1 # 191-1960| ".'.0.,, 4
0184. ...Ia. la, bue line. Block toOrov "bath, hot water. I.... porch .13 of our two convenient: B83-JB44 .1I
CI.AIIFIID D..P..V o o.w Park 6hopplna Ceo I door, r..l., k*.lr .
AKEPRONT FURNISHED b..... Ie,. Oood lake flihint and ......- reek MO J8S88K3UTHBIDI. HOMBBITEB "'.: offices. Dividends paid I'!THREE BEDROOM two bath CBhotia white, thIs I I.
;oeklu Lake T. R.TUCKERJr
UihU and Oibioa. Witer plO- In Barlow bait reiidtn-
wIL.r, Cblldrtn TWO bodroomtari ,
oeptcd Call if tor I ,..., tH.-. Ins Lake Small Drlv prta* MO 1K40 3-7473 North Cryal llvln area. stove and re- ed atr..... I.k. .r..... P.Io.1ebo.1 I quarterly. Insured safetyby ....1 ....1.". Maw wall-to-wall oar. : 0 nice' little tor.
d.,.. MU -33jaPORIIIBRED 'rtterator furnlined. 180 month'I bailn ramp 66J9407.AKBLAND petlni air conditioner Lane REALTOR
ELECTABBOTTHECKES .AROt PRIVATE trailer lot. 00 MX1 8-0313 H1UHLANDC 18l28: FSLIC. beautiful yard, 816600 CaU : 695
FTTI room boiiM, 010 line. Patla. Children w.l_ with 30 bll fruit tree*. 81900 833-7J08 B.,,,,,,. ajwr 4 It and 311 M Ma.. Av*. Lakeland
aentrtl heetlni tnd elr eoadltlonint $104 Colonial call 686-1681. TWO BEDROOM hoUM. 311Montlcollo Call Red Sink dan 869-371! nIl w.eke..de. MU 8-717J #127-'1957 D.Soio 4
ton rent II, dip, week ormonUi Ave Near tehool and ... ilnil 686-180) PItA Ares Property .......,
It INT OR *le, three bedroom
MU 3g. bu* line. 670 a month Shown bippolBtment I door .14.... "01,
US Rooms Per Rsnt Phone 88S..*tl. 1 Hi bath Clot to Mhool. bu*. VA Area Property Manaier boyd r
Ala CONDITIOKED "' FIRST FEDERAL Built-in tppllani. Trroi I
one bedrDOmDlOd..D. _
oi"ii i iiiiir. LAKEFRONT .
CO. clean 5993.4010.JUST .
private i.di<o.carport and itllIty LARGE ROOM clraa. aear but hood. patio laree yard On LakParker _ __ I $595
Tanilewood! DO pen 1349 Oentlemaa preferred or man sod 6M-I8IO 1114 last Uk'arker lI.nt &ere. neon to..... HI.h end riNIBHKD. CII hums. two MOVE IN AND
0155 Prio re..onbla. MU S-1348 49,. 3.200 IIOr 00... Qood "..... SAVINGS tedroom, paneled den-.convertble #129-1954 BuIck' 4
I'ourInsurunee TWO BEDROOM Florida roomI : I thIrd bedroom, full ceramic START LIVING I ,
bedroom ..tt... near Bran IIICIl. CLEAN C.II aro room 1I-o\J3.01008 1. 05511.land. TWO BEDROOM boa**. Newt, R. M. Marler & Son l lI,ath, built In vanity, larte II,. door ,..11. sod.
deooraMd wIth electric, itoverefrlnrator lAd IN thIs b..ulltull, furnloll.d
Mel Mudy, 1531 Memorial. 6804107 I In. room, kitchen with French II koofor.
LOVELY FURNISHED room. prl.vat 869 monthly CIIIMV REALTOR-LULA AND LOAN ASSN. Provincial cabinet Colored rante. h.dtoom C8 1\018.. 0I.amlOi
entrance, prlvax bath 11*. 1..88 4-bros Si30 Odd 4 30. 401 K Mala 683-869 hondo rjtlllty room ReitrlrUd hardwood SlanCi mate 01810101' $95
AgencyTO TOWN HODas, CB newly fur. phone. Ideal to? alnman IU- Often 4JO I-oooa .re*. One block Lake '0111.,. ...1.. and 1Iln. b.lIor. Lo..d
nlehed. electric kitchen lane bed. '781. OF LAKELAND Near school, hue line Buy termiAlo our Lak. Psna.p old the hO..,
room. bath, paneled Florida roomLandecaped have other lou available pilei 'M' of ill II I. 'ALI: #115-1959 $tsd.bakst0
WORKING OINTLBMAN pro.P.rr.d. 134 CtVITAN . S room IVealht 145 BusIness
Property PRICSD al 111.000. 00.1130.
trounde kept by own.er sod will build to lull Call Lell 4 dos, horr
Laraa, modern furnuhodroom DowntownCrime: at Ton,...* I ,
I 1 bedroomi, built-in
Adulu no peu. .u.,.., between Private entrance, private 11511lid Jim Davla Davis Bulldori, ino. I 9fONdor] ihlft.'
HANDLE YOUR 4 6 p m, or Saturday and haul 'room Reaaonabla rat* MTJ I *vn Cell heat IM 00 nonth RBSIDINT1AL CON Malt Ci I A Loduetrial Oroy. Puo8Cepital 1..11. rIroII 8811.13J4. KEN HARRIS

l0000n. '-"01 (let phone rim rant Urn).'636 CIVITAN . I room, 2 Rudy. Realtor Iota. aiiea 1837 all S.area Memorial. Mel Mncdowbroot 1 I0LBIRHY: HOME for lal*. Three R>6ltor Fxnhanior LMLA1K08 $95

INSURANCEPROBLEMS 'CLEAN COOL. prlrate one bedroom KOOMS BREEEB n.ssdluorsod. bedroom, Florid room, m Blvd 008.0567.IHOdUTRIAL Bedrocm. carport fares lot food 5. Florida Avenue
lIving room kitchen and Each. with runnla* wlr. Mold bath. Bulll-ln rani and *ven. I..atlon._6380 down Call 66-ia46 686-31.1 #124-1 J4 St d.k.r",
both Phu,. 613-4906 71] Boat ...nlo.. 18" wookI,. 0..... TRACT adjoin PRIClTnlra i;:
1Jc101. fII2.1.... Cell hut 1100 mODIb.ABBOTlHECKES. Kraft Pood*, anproiimately 16 I two bed 2 door fadlohooror
ASK US P.1.8-Ire. Acre .,.n.... Railroad 680000 153 HOUIII for Sal. r oom furnlihad CB Florida. room, J
private on.trans. ..
eleclrlo klLeh.
r arport 146
or .lllo'.nor.' I. John I Brennan. Realtor 686
.. 68 week 123 .NwYork
ABOUT OUR RATES .1 d..,. CI..n ood roo,. IU e_ 683-4036 South CO. 103. TWO BEDROOM bou.e withcreened .heitnut Road NO DOWN .
...... IiCC 1.1508. porch Eitra lot *t $85
ON CLEAN ONE bedroom hou. ROOM. BOARD and Boar Son .1- Realtor LMtAif 146 mil. outilde city 66.000. Phone .. lot with line o.b. J 8.0.1 I
en Farms Groves Soothes
deny lady or man with adult iim-lond $61.85 PER MONTH room tram horn with wood I II
HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE I Ian* ahady lot near hoipiul. family Reamnable 60] Mom S. Tenn AT*. Mil 3-8133 floor.. Cloeo to Central Av* #114-1919 haIls, ,
15. 'bon."U
8-I688 CORKER' BEDROOM, pr Y.I.n 98 ACRES 6 year old on .... HRCE BIDROOM8) m bath School I, 69 too at 1)0 month. call i I Sid1 shift
.rot.. BiMilenl potential. 608 ooo lorlda room air topdltMnodfimeed C wo bedroom CB home at 1010 Sill Traniu wsfon. .
3OOTHOATE! AREA two dL. trance lantlemaa preferred Near 210 CAROLYN Drlv three bedrooms ,. or
.d Heal hanain In Wilt hooror 4
avery taaal la Rawl Park Pcr.molt door
with 10 year OS-ms. oil R.d'uk. B3-7SS9.. ,
POLICIES homeS 8-3 bedroom. air conditioned bu and ilore*. (IS Wait Manoil *- appaneen! foared yard deilrable loeitton. Call 6694801 ., .
Include tan. I05091000prISnIpol
day 686-3711 evenlmi title S nil, kuy.
p fully furnlahed. Clark *. MD 1-4816 Handy to Southelde tchoole. CRib 188-111I1. or $0 0-4004 anS Interwl. 1380 dowa
YOU'LL SAVE Re.Itl. 188-4031. Realty. 686-4031
LAROS 136 0 AtRS: In 13 year eld ".... 4 Maw TWO bedroom houM ...d', '0.11I'1110 Acre\ ofSecluded $595
MONEY BHADT yard, two bed. Rooms With Board TWO BPOROOM new brick du acre of estra wooded land email for timnrdlat occupancy 1100
room Reaeonabl to lulle. AIM I lex. air conditioned. Mock to
fV tlvln. PROM 034115CUSTOM
I 10. 11951 orinos.aVOIDs
ake Klfhway fronlaae
Deelrable 101
# IfgO Falcon I
eUKlency. 001(405. tut Wool : -llee. Ken Harrla ftealtor, -
BOARD WITH window full .
lunchee to til bathtrrraiM
AND GET re b ooatlon
THE to b* ubdivldd Puoue Woods
OIl.. Talevuloa mom Rtaeonabl. 123E pOOlS 808.3101.uerU1M41ii5D. NU a.1312. floors ......ed porch door, rodio, h.ot.I .
BEST IN LAKE DIK8ON: attractively fur- "t Oak Street POOR room aediullt Priced at 610000 6M >0 a I. blue Mttlni and the iPMIat l.a.I I ', irondtrd slut,
nitbed two bedroom hems *wlir 8 ours. 830 and 'K>. Cloee month aft r a low down parment of hi. hive lr whits
PROTECTIONOUR mini and flihlni .,rt'U..... 815 10 Mhool MU 8-6738 30 A GROVE Can be lOIn dally at Bun Acre Ours yearling Immaoulal' ,
Clark Really. 686-4011. 138 Unfurnished Aports. Po, Information rail Jerrf ...,. BUILTAll J bedroom horn. In the country! ihorp, only
FOUR LOVELY Boutbatde home 20 ACRES bearing, 10 acre. la 1-6 itt CT 4-1311 Dan WlntenCT Owner builder planned ,.rm..1
EATON PARK larae two Uroom. LINCOLN COOl T Apartmer. hree. bedroom fenced aome with ,ear* All on soon. Good crop let'alencla 1-1431 or ent '..Id.n.. and th* tiueear I 695
ADJUSTERS ARE Florida room carport Aoept Lakeland l flood for colored t>*. pellamei 690-6110 ClarkIfalty erup toei wIlls stov.. 34Aor and thouihtful plannlni ro.Stunt .
email child MU 6-1076 B8B-4031 ** Improved patura, houa. 103 BTAUNTON AVENUE 0.. thla 18 mInutes from townut
pi* North Uiualo &0' W. 7th
: 2
duped Cnrnrr lot Hire. bedroometwo . BRICK HOMES real M.rcurr
RIGHT Altos* xulpment oIled Irrife ion it* beyond olvilia
HERE IN MIAMI OWNER her. to rent It' MU 2-6J84 iW B DI OOM8 808 Buwanne. *.
ton well 66300 Only 617600 I .tb.. Plnrlda rnom, centra IbIs In quiet privacy with arUi door Bodon, ....,.
LAKELAND nell. Inoulre 716. McDonald or 623 MODERN THREE room electric Larie clout Venetian blind. Jaliiled dOIlD. JOHN MITCHELL Realtor sir....and heat. ....863.1011aorjTHRlDE modern romforle of Mam Or honr.
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kltehea. full bth around floor pond with or wtthoutove 409 8 Florida Ava. 683-8114 or DEVI outiid city. NO down payment oa post lot alr..III.ln.. 61), W> and wlU dl..

"TO GIVE YOU DISPLAY _. Heir' .U.883-8413.. market. downlowadult 0'. '811.and Adulti rfrlcrator Phone clean Event: 11I0 688-4UB8. three bedroom that will tall SMALL dowa payment. on our lot GUll term. 195
twin bed. Walklnf dlitartoppln ..
THAT FAST i Rleck MO 6-8308 20. ACHES Valencia. trove. nIce ". and elementary achoo
AIR CONDITIONED corner apart.mrnt. A. S. MORROW #274 1954 Chsvrolol
of.ow: rop Included. 5100 000. 3 -
new elMtrle kitchen NIAH WATBON Clinic! year Aero** etreel from south"HI
CLAIM SERVICE 64 Adulu no pot. No yard woik. oom concrete Blwk -- available looms. Call Red Slik, day 686711 Junior Rlh W... Wlncl.or itnel. IMPERIAL Roaltors 1 LMI.A W...", 4 door,
231 Charlee within few day 811 L..llllrol. nsolnil600-1005._ off South Lincoln Avenu.. Model 20. 8 7.05. P15. Mil 2.311', auto, tro6, rod!*
I InternationalScout I 680 680-3M3 tinder construction Full Information I

call after 4pm 688 8810 '
CIIECK MUST bedroom llvln room. kltonea $1,250 PER ACRE : .
Camper AU til. bills Oak floor. ill REAL ESTATE FOR BALS by owner Two bedroom INC.
WITHABBOTTHECKES room lane. electrle kltchea ST acr*. 6rev*. 90 acre ma- CB Strwbrry Hill 8)ub. '64 CHEVROLET $495
4 whool, O-rlv*. Ship. 4 clean 618 883-6M4. lurid. 107 acre. I-? pears old Iratlon 1117 Strawberry ".n.. Lot 1861 411 So'' Flo. Ass i

lorflo" ..., rofrlforejror, TWO p1e>, air BEDROOM conditioned new, brick block du-tc 144 Acreogt Lots For Sols : JIm" ( Power. 39*with down T. No R 54 Tucker Call 4-6863 188. Prlr Fort. 84.Wad 600. PHone, Florid ATwater 0-9161 488-3438 / TON PICKUP #140-1960 rolcon 2

n's,'. Lltt M747.43. ,ollcia. Kea Harrle. Realtorptione If.. Realtor, MU 6-7173 or eve- REASONABLE: OWNER 'Lowdown "W ELDORADO d'oor, r)......

H88-II91 LAND BUT-1010 annul ......1.rI. 0155. MU 00657.YOUNG payment Hire bdroom. 695
CO. {'UTfAOE EFFICISNCT On eared pine land. 810 per aci,. two full bath. lre Florid CAMPER
SAVE $1500DICK'S tmriona 640 monthly *1619 elw 340 acre cattle ranch, frncnd .nd room S car carport brick On.
noodyear "Y. a D. Thorn peon. 00000 i f...... Corral and loadin a PRIME rear old Plion. MO S-483S or $$50 PER MONTHI Automatic tranemleelon.
117 S. Tenn. (mj-42 u or 02361DUPLEX hutr*. 6B6 pr acre 80 lnlr .,.. MU S6568rOHICLOIlID = eteertn* power Claude
I 689OO (1600 down JOO ...... ,10 acre. of 1 year Hamllni. IOU.rool. met, ILlList *ondlti* **l,
00 30 acre* e...11... heap I S bedroom tram honeethat
AUTO SALES en head of eartle. 000 000J.Oot '
Ph. MU 2-5113 only ...I Water for Irrlkatlon. Full berieln In many Lakeland area mull b* sold lmmdlatly I $7000

1011 I. Main MU 2-1410 SOUTIISIDE I ante Oardeni four. mile U... from huhweionuie Cep6150 11'1" only 618000. Term Mel Rudy Blvd Realtor ft.54t07NOIHING 1617 S Memorial .N* aualifrlna no cloln6' eoet, a* Jenkins'LINCOLN.MERCURY
APARTMENT tree Minimum down payment
only 6790 per acre See $5995DICK'S
TED TOWSON and you mov. In. For Information PIUCE
a. C Lei a* R L Gardner I
ONE of the Sliest two bedroom 01..11", 1011 Sail Ills Realtor LMUA 0 ion* Mondty threuin Frtdiy If

perform In an ....I..DI lor.. ban* MO 66133IVE Ill S. Fla A'.. 160. I
,.on OAK FLOORS air urndltlonrd Call 686-3161 MU 26116CLAIFID AUTO SALES 941 I. Mob It.
ekctrlt ktuthe. cl".n. HU ACKB .raab. " down. .21 I
ilJaL85118l001 Wuodard after S. MO 1-8)34 month Mel Rndy .Realtor. lollS 147 Income Property lOll I. M.i, MU 2-1610 MU 2.6151
Memorial Blvd MU -4107. :: .

NICELY "Nl'WLV c'tcoTrtrt"**; TWO DtPLEXM four apart- _. -- -
TI' apartment Tw* blotk from entat kitchen furnIshed Air
.C 1HJI. AdulU Mn 3-37B3 oondltloned Eicellent return cilileNt10St. Is too big or too small to i

WA118PSONT ....m.I JLAUI, ID II "AV59 =-- '"00. 86>-0<3l. (
fOR SfRVICrwllb be sold In Classified Adsl 1
C a 104_ I. I, a 0db.IXCLILSIYI bolt FRONTAGE two homo 11diutriu
l, aonlnt area Reduced
'Un/US : eahy. Realtor 710 north ....*.,. Dial MU 6-1151 for an

I0.504 COMMITS .caUTION dM788C064.DGMIN.IUM Chevrolet 63-4141 ad.writer and tell her I

Convertible I a smile call! one of DUPLEX FOR SALE
II what you want to sell!
nOM $8050 "HI SIt VII MOo the reliable firms you find
Automatid tronimrialoit, OWNER
..,.. .......... 0. 'TNII" of ........ I In the Classified! section CLAtSIPiCD I QI$09.AY'I,
... roolio, ....,.,. Iluo with Two 1Ied,00m.. Flold. room. -
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I II U LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday April 21. mt ,
Episcopal Priest Puts

Ifr! Spring Thaw Poses New Couple Out Of> Church m lar / a'aL t Shp l 8chw.VUU Stauarr IC I'

IONIA Mich. (AP-An Ionia ment about the play just as ,
couple was excommunicated much as the rector." /
For AnchorageBy
Dangers after [
Sunday Episcopal priest charging with harboring their excommunication Bierlein said he after decided talkingto on 2 FDA aAL

"archaic' beliefs and moralknowledge"
By JOE RIGERT Bishop Charles Bennlson of
r ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP>- '"" in his criticism ofa the Western Michigan diocese 1 1
dance in a high school produc-
Alaska's largest city( or '" t NATIONALLY
parts .
ion: of the musical "Damn Yan LAST
it resting on a bed of blue clay, ,, 'j'f. ." ADVItTISEOHANDS.
>, keee The nation's oldest chartered
., TWO
is thawing out from a longwinter' .
\ .
:;" Mr and Mrs Robert Clore railroad is the Baltimore &
freeze were stripped of their membership Ohio, set up in 1827 The second DAYS! "MVNOHtDI ON Mil
There is nothing unusual about f in the Ionia Episcopal oldest railroad Is the New IUY ONE- WHILI OIANTSTOCKS
the "breakup", as Alaskans call church by the Rev Raymond York & Erie chartered In 1832 en ONI FREE LAIT.I .
It. Every year the warming Bierleln who said he acted,because .. .- ..
weather defrosts the refrigerated of a letter written by the
soil and. releases the Icebound Cloves published Friday In the WeareQUALIFIED BAN Deodorant u::;In 2 69' CURAD PlASTIC STRIPS
Ionia Dally Sentinel-Standard.

spring's coming look forward out party to. t' "We Dance can Said no longer Immoral restrain I BUfFERI"r:, r 2 for 12: Sff 2'" 45#

when the lawns the
green up
our feelings concerning the ob
leaves and flowers burst forth ectlons voiced by our rector to I for
But the great Alaskan earth the dancing In the current high We are ANA PASTE
m..t :D
quake has changed all that. school musical play," the letter liP

!I. I Breakup Poses ThreatTo aid Terming in part.a dance sequence'salacious II CAPABLEWe { .1.?"'.'"">112 for 35' SCORED M= 2 for 79C {

the citizens of Anchorage
and immoral," the i
the breakup has become a i
Rev. Mr Bierlein last Monday have theExperience SOFTIQUE xS-S" 1'T. HEADACHE
threat rather than a promise objected before the school board I, BC POWDERS
The earthquake posed the
"I., threat, the thaw may add to it, to the characterization of Lolain for Ae.. 2So 0 for *\rtL
?l the play by 18-year-old Kristi O.TIP SWABS "SB" 2 39TUi91sA
and the blue clay Is at the black limit( 2) Li)
Honson who wore a brief
bottom of it.

The clay'underlying parts of outfit Kristi with playing a split the skirt role of the (70 Tan Combln.o. CANDY I 1 LILT Mru =. r 2 for LIBSCHICK r

.j' the city with an estimated provocative temptress danced I WACIDof WAVE Will It?
thickness of more than 250 feet
into the audience and pinched Bring Your 0 for SHAVE '
in some places has been heeks ( tie 10flimit .i- tI. 2' 98'
blamed for the earthquake "1 don't want any children ( 2) A IAGARCIA BOMB IM. 21DrV..Joothbrush
gered landslides that caused a dance like that for PrescriptionNeeds I
taught to any
major share of the $200-million excuse whatever," Bierleln told I I. zxl for Pond'.Or.amFlowor [:]
damage in the Anchorage area. the school l board I To Us. SloUumPwdr.Re I .
Geologists say the underlyingclay [ DMIOJATION TILfACerINOPencil 69'11
Kristi! Limited for
which is weak and un in 2 59C(
Kristi as a result, was or* CaserASs2
stable even in normal circum SPRING THREATENS ANCHORAGE Anchorage, Aloika's. ,? limit 21DUCO
dared not to dance into the audl-
stances remains deeply dis largait city, now fool tho, throat of o ipring 1 thaw. Thii viaw of the by the school TUCKER
1 heaval.A turbed. from the seismic up Turnogain Bluff itction of the city whora 200 ono and 70 homoi ant cote, Robert Boyce and superintend-the play, CURAD ADHESIVE AIRWICK Room 'ssr u: "I 2 tar 59'TURPENTIKE
I did destruction In lot month'i earthquake shows part of the director, Raymond Monte. The DRUG STORE '
of 40 aftera
group geologists underlying throat. Tho evorhong, wflh damogtd houio ,In back school board committeeto vfMi-r.ii t\ for <
sent a e rJV| "
study, said spring thawing 321 N. Mats. Are : "w \ 2' 39' 1
AN J g"
ground ihowt the thin ail! lurfaco ond gravol rotting en o foiinda watch the play Friday and 11..1111 -V
will weaken the claymass _
probably of and Tho It wood. and. Ph. MU 2.3173 u t
even more in, four major lion nit clay clay bcd goolagnH say unitablo Saturday I -
oven In normal circumitoncoi. With the ,coming thaw, Clore whose son Richard .... 2s for ,
slide areas along Anchoragebluffs. I Pest Guard tae;
"breakup" at It'. .known locally, the clay bod-dooply diiturbodby had a part in the play, said, "11am Fret Delivery CII.llt ; 2 2St CEMENT

The likely result they said tha eorthqyoko-will bo wakaoAron. more (AP Wirophoto) entitled to make this com .
will be slumping settling and I BOBBY PINS .r R..= ::= 2 for 25CIii. R.q.2/2 39

cracking of foundations I moving from the bluff areas. I the geologists occurred in the The ONLY Candidate . ..." II limit 2)

Other Slides( Foreseen If a slight shift In the city Is 1 bluff areas where there is blue)I for

The geologists also said another necessary, he said, It will not Clay I who already CHRISTMAS CARDS TURTLE WAX 1,...iw 2 20:

earthquake even though less pose any space problems. Where did it come from I KNOWS THE JOB! rM. _ArwN. for 00N
intense than that of March 27, "Alaska has a lot of land," Miller and Dobrovolny said ,., a NNrlr eMll N 2 VISTA fLOOR a 0. 2 for 69EasY'Olo
N 7L AN I'M .i CLEANER n miiu i '
probably would cause landslides Oldland said, "and a lot of it Is two glacial rivers thousands of
the vulnerable bluffs. a .
along of the around Anchorage" yean ago carried, tons of the'' : OVEN To OL for AD..IITIONSCHOOL a
In view threat geologists
material into a vast lake that KITPmilt.
recommended evacuationof Geologists said the Anchoragearea CLEANER o::, b ISTATIONERY .
now la Anchorage 11" autar Sharp.
to be relatively ...
the slide-damaged bluff areas appears , JIo

residential and opposed use-all any pending business further or. stable away from and the safe seashore for buildings rim. probed The geology the clay study after group the earthquake that-, Palk county Clerk of Circuit Court ';;I'ii wlll M 2 for 69C 27.29SIMONIZ-

study The areas Involve, Anchorage cannot say It said it already was nearly -!I .... .
saturated with and M Pel. Mv fcy Camnlon Tr j mM O Viuohn I
more than 100 city blocks and,.lacked warning of the blue clay water CHRISTMAS CARDS Brush Top Spot 2 r" 29'
Is the site of many of Its finer problem. additional soaking from the R.mov.r R..:;tv
A pair of federal geologists .spring thaw will leave It with There's No Substitute
homes and buildings.The Robert D. Miller aid Ernest little if any strength 'The) geologists ' I,::,'.:: o for I50enj I for
extent of the problem for Experience Mattress.f rash 2 98'
may not be known until mid-I Dobrovolny studied the clay termed it a "most'critical" |.of INEveready XI fc Ilte ::.u
!and In 1959 Issued a report condition. I
May when the earth frozen to --
warning It was unstable and Dr. Lydia Selkregg who head ELECT fla.hlight
depth of five feet !In some i
a I
placet Is expected to thaw. could be dislodged a triggering ed the study said "In the next, oaWiH bettorioa ni I:;.? 2f 20

The City Councll left evacuation action month a terrific amount of HOBSON STRAINTAX ,. I Nw 'u.....
of the designated hazard Even without a push they water will be pouring into the'' ]I LAHOKIN IAIY ,"N'u.w",'." 2 tar 49 IrNn. ."..-2fw 390 D]
crevices be nw. aN.aN
areas to the discretion of resl said the Knik Arm Bluff was They may subjectto COLLECTOR PANTS INInN rN of I
dents, but decided to withhold slumping into the sea at a rate changes We don't know what I
permits for repairs or new construction of up to three feet a year in might happen." I 0_ ..... ....'1..... T.. WIT.P.UADHESIVE CUO.ITV Llqhter tor.. 2 for 29 a
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pending the studies some places as the extreme, C.lloe"u'' Ch.of.11. D..rnwntlrNrrIM .",. TAPE Hold ,"I,,,,;, I'
A possible $50.million urban 30-foot tides of the Cook Inlet) HAVE A FAINT PROBLEM O.d.. "1.,1... I Vk I"'r'"
.. a Aeowl n.bOd
renewal calls plan for a in large the downtownarea park and land washed mass away the toe of the COILLAKELAND 0) D.M..rrl4{ r.tnr ol S ehlMnn.No I .-. ..2 r"25r LYSOL SPRAY &: N;; 2'" 99'

GLIDDEN oiner kiitinMt Intornu. _
buildIngs ----- --- ---
parking lots-rather than I Quake Sped Process PAINT CENTER 0) pro *ni Mn4 In Ml* County.Your I
-In potential slide zones. ii' . HALO Hair Spray *"a2T.:; 1 : HAIR ROLLERS
a rl u. Ara rn uauneMn
The Good Friday earthquakewas
Some Houses Moved ':ID A.MA. ...... 1 ..n Vof and Support and Will Bt AaprtciattJLet's 1
more than enough; to speedup I"I"I I
Some houses are being moved the .process I I I"I FLASHBULBS W:;;: 2 for lBO |AwrM IM>f.H*I KM.M t A/I for >|I 00 4)
from the Turnagain Bluff residential A 200 acre chunk of the Turn- I :II>H t)
section. The City Planning again Bluff slid away, taking
Department has suggesteda more than 70 homes to destruc- LAPAR LURE FLASHBULBS SttSi.; 2'' H
recreation area unless (it Is flanThe downtown Fourth

later City found Manager safe Robert for homes.Oldland Avenue Street slides First dropped Avenue scores and of L I (R3' N /r I/IMI,1..,".1 I h"Of bMl NIw ul 2 for buildIngs Into the ground The CII.IIII
says he does not foresee relocation
of any major part of the iqvernment Hill slump took a 'a ah '
city at this time. But he I Is not large school with it t a 8i LURE jtf 2 lor 75' MITCHELL REELS
said ,
discounting the possibility of All the major landslides M rc ...
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Is national I .
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