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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 28, 1964
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I Citizens' Group Maps All-Out Fight On Obscene Literature I I I




m By WILLIAM D. SHILLING mumty who are determinedto sought the help of the governing from their places censorship, the legal rights of pilot took the lead to get action campaign the U.S. Supreme I

Ledger Staff WriterA "clean-up" the picture and body to get the 'poison Like many such efforts, this any community to have any taken against the $2 billion Court ruled that a proper

delegation of 100, or possibly editorial material being of- In print" oft the shelves of one had a reasonable degreeof group of citizens set themselves annually pornographic Industry definition of obscenity was:
ISO, pcrsoni is planningto fered to both young and old certain business establishments success But soon the up as the arbiters of "Material which deals with

descend on the city hall will probably be organized as "heat" was off; the govern morality.But The cl'izenry was aroused sex In a manner appealing to
for the meeting of the commission the "Lakeland Citizens for Only a little more than a ing body was preoccupiedwith this time, the story will and there were calls for en- prurient interest-having a

May 18. Decent Literature year ago such an effort was many matters, and pornographic be a little different becauseof forcement of existing laws tendency to excite lust"In
The citizens mothers, fathers Although the movement was made. Several books of questionable material again be- the determined efforts of a which make the distributionand its decision the Supreme
grandparents, and others recently started at the First decency were broughtto group of Cincinnati citizens sale of obscenity a crime.: Court upheld the conviction: of
I are not planning to present Baptist Church, it is not a the office of City Manager who were alarmed with the The leader of Cincinnati a mail-order peddler who cliJ.tributed
a request to the mem- matter of a clean-up drive by Robert V. Youkey. First Of Series spread of "smut literature"in Citizens for Decent Literature pornographic art and

I bers of the governing body. "religious zealots" Behind Youkey glanced at several their city: was a lawyer, and as Is the literature throughout the
I Instead, the housewives,the the effort are some of Lakeland pages and then threw the They organized a Citizensfor usual, there was the flurry of United States.
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business and professional 'a top citizens and all books on his desk with obvious .gan appearing for public consumption Decent Literature. They clean-up when the CDL sprung This Is one of the basic reasons
men will make a demand on church denominations will disgust. Police Chief visited various retail outlets Into action. that Lakeland'a new CDL
the commission: Get rid of be asked to Join in the war Leo Brooker was instructed What books or magazines and saw with their own eyes But In that Ohio city, the Is confident that it can demand
i the obscene literature now on literary filth. by the commission to visit should be sold in the City of the evil In print being offeredto CDL was determined that the that the city commission

readily available to young pea This won't be something ex various business places offer Lakeland has always been a their young people. war on obscene literature was take the necessary stepsto
ple at various Lakeland retail actly new in Lakeland. There ing such "literature" and to problem for the members of In Cincinnati a former Al). not just to be a short skirmish have removed-and keep re-

establishments. have been times In the past persuade the owners to re- the governing body Invariably America swimming champion, -soon to be forgotten. (Turn to Page :2, Column I)
The members of the com- when groups of parents have move the worst of the trash there is the question of and former U.S. Navy fighter Shortly after it began Its



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w WASHINGTON (AP-lf his i \ their drive for St Hilarion Castle

reception by the U.S. Chamberof and the strategic Kyrenia
Pass shortly after dawn with
w**b r Commerce Is a reliable In- mortar fire on Turkish positions
dicator President Johnson has .
won the general approval of the s;, a rr.
nation's business community After a night of sporadic fir(
ing, Greek national guardsmen
But many of those who applauded kip lobbed three 80mm mortar
Ljv : or laughed 60 times
shell. Into gunpotta near the
during his hour" rambling discourse
I 11th-century: castle.
before the A,
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The tempo appeared reduced
obviously are going to take a
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hard look Johnson's
at dealings
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--,MMosWWanlttiM n Cap1ureirs.k J' "<1\. I +....' ..r on him je.r it F Greek reported forward within elements a quarter-mile were

Reception AstonishingJohnson's at the fortress

I. 'Dvmont MM of the file Ion .east wanted men, .... .officer .Mi Minion of ...... reception by the '
V Turks Hold Castle
tars after being caatarod in Tile...., AHi. It took ki.footed, off-duty policeman and. on nwhetter chamber: was an astonishing "
to force him Into luomiuian after ho ran from nn apartment ROHM where .ho wot ...-.. one. After his speech, one memo : } a Turkish Cypriot spokesmansaid

.f iralar .ina ... .oartment. Hen .. wilts flanked I by .detective John Mle.lll, kin, and. Horold ber of the overwhelmingly Re- the Turks held the castle:
Boldm. Dumont wee placed In fodoral ....t.4". chafed with flight te OKOOO proMCMtioo] for Oflfro- publican audience observed: -- -- Wo AI. and that the Greeks had been

vatod ouoult In Pocetolle, Idaho. tAP WI.h...) "Maybe not a soul here will driven back. There was no confirmation .
vote for him. But he s sure of the latter claim.
Medieval Castle In
done some damage to Republi- Cyprus Baffling The offensive opened before

can campaign contributions" dawn Saturday with a surprise
Governor Hopefuls Have This It a view .f tho 11th Century St. Hilorion Coitlo ,In northern Cyprus which t04., ,It e
Another commented: "This attack that overran Turkish positions
military fortress, a fecal pint' 'I" the Mtrvfgle between Turkish and. Crook. Cyprloti. Whon communal .
The Greek
fellow 1s trying to get elected Cypriots
I unanimously." fighting broke. out lust Docombor on the blond, Turkish Cypriots, living ,In ......, mountain swept four miles forward

village. rained ,In and took over the cattle from the Greek Cvprlot ..... ". From the ...tl. Turk toward the castle along the 2,-
The chamber is historically a
Spent Almost $2 MillionTALLAHASSEE poor audience for Democrats lih Cyprlot riflemen con look .down en the Kyrenia coastal aids and the Mediterranean 2.100 800-foot-high crest of the Ky
feet below. (AP Wirephote) renla Range
The late Paul Butler, when ,
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democratic, national chairman, A U.N. spokesman said a
(AP) In ion villa reported $24,594 last dates, Rep Charles Holley of PI-! was booe4 during one hot de- Rebellion In The Ranks? number of mortar shells had

the closing days of the campaignfor week for a total of $354,502. He nellas County was In the lead bate on government welfare hit the castle, but the extent of

the May 5 first primaries said he spent $302,(74. with $527: reported last week fora spending damage to the historic structurewas

Florida's nine governor candidates Sen. John Mathews reported total of $10440 He said he There was booing again in Hoffa Avoids Fight About not known.
reported collecting! Ji58; $40,251 last week for a total of $9418 1961 when Sen. Joseph S. Clark, Greek Cypriot officer said
222 for a total of $1951965: in $283,704. He said he spent $231-: pent D-Pa., grew angry at the hostile the Turkish defenders rejecteda
H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort
this year's race. reception he received in a debate surrender ultimatum relayedby
Most of It already has been 123.Mayor Robert King High of Myers Beach reported IM last with a conservative econ Union Funds For Canadian U.N. troops
week for total of $4,138. He LawyersWASHINGTON
spent for the campaign. Miami reported $6.449 last week said he a omist at a U.S. Chamber convention Below the steep mountainsides
Former Sea Fred O (Bud) for a total of $89281. Ha said he spent $1.811 Clark advised the delegates Canadian soldiers patrolled
Ken of
Folks Orlando
Dickinson of West Palm Beach spent $79,767.Among: reported to "grow up;" he got a (AP-Jamei in violation of federal law i "Mr. Hoffa wants to find out the Turkish villages of

who has consistently led In contributions the Republican candi!- (Turn to Page 2, Column 4) itorm of derisive jeers. R. Hoffa has backed off from I Edward Bennett Williams, the If such payments are legal," Philerl, Krlnl and Aghlrda to

reported receiving President John F. Kennedy, a crackling Teamsters Union i Teamsters general counsel who said Teamsters Vice President protect Inhabitants Most Turk
$76.859 last week for a total of. In his lone appearance at a row over whether the union has defended Hoffa In some of Harold J. Gibbons In St Louis. ish families had fled

$562,989. He said he spent $489, chamber session, received lit should continue paying his legal'his legal battles, Is reported to "The decision will not be reversed Canadian troops also set up
789 so far. a tie more than polite applause Tees, stirring speculation he It have ruled that the union will until the legality Is upheld roadblocks on the Kyrenia high.

Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla RACE FOR GOVERNOR Even Ike Topped losing his iron grip on the be breaking the law if it pays by a nationally outstanding way east and north of the castle.
County surpassed his early re- ; ; Teamsters the fees, authority" A UN spokesman said their

ports with $60,760 reported for Although former President Hoffa, never known for ducking Gibbons, who resigned In December aim was to observe military
total of $252,517, Dwight D. Eisenhower never but beset Chicago Trial Faced
week for a now by
scraps
last as Hoffa executive assistant Turn to Page Z, Column ()
He said he spent $157.288 so far. Candidates Hammer Away missed addressing the In cham- troubles with the law, yielded to Hoffa according to an aide, and closest aide, said, (
ber's annual meeting his demand of his vice made his decision In
Deadline April M In the friendly a by one Chicago,"Mr. Hoffa made the derision
eight years office presidents that the union stop where he lion trial on federal in view of a request by Teamsters .

Tom Last Adams week announced secretary: of that State the With Just Six Days To GoBy approached receptions the he received storm of never applause paying the bills until it can be,charges, of misusing $:::0 millionin Vice President John J. Polk Road
determined whether or not It It union pension reserves O'Rourke of New York"
deadline for receiving contribu- that Johnson won Mon.
tions for the first primary cam THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Burns, "but I am going to direct: I Gibbons denied reports that Job ContractsDue

palgn was midnight April 30 I While his five opponents con- 'those I appoint to the Board ol:day.The chamber's applause for: Scranton Facing Write-In the funds had been cut off by

Contributions received after that tinued along the campaign trail Control to listen to, professional,Johnson was the more remark the union's secretary.treasurer. TodayBARTOW

must be returned, he said 'for governor. Miami's Mayor educators able because Edwin P. Neilan,! "It was strictly Mr Hoffa's
Sen. Scott Kelly cf Lakeland Robert King High Hew to Wash. I Trimester Study Yawed retiring chamber president, has' Test In Pennsylvaniavenlons decision, until the legal Issues Contracts for
reported $47.707 last week for a ington Monday night to testify been stumping the country for are settled" said Gibbons -
: He said he would ask that road projects, which are
total of $410897 He said he before a Senate subcommittee a' months denouncing the admln.Istratlon' PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Rain also will be selected An attorney representing( 12
three" the
study of the trimester ofuniversity "one two on
spent $400429. about the duPont empire in operations be system made to domestic: policy over most of Pennsylvania today Backers of Sen. Barry Gold- members of Teamster Local: crowded list of the county's
Jack-
Mayor Haydon Bums of ,Florida determine if the Neilan. a Delaware banker, put a dampener on the water R.Ariz., said they hopedto 107 in Philadelphia sent a letter 1964-63: secondary road pro
system were
High was Invited to be the practical has accused Johnson of wearing primary' election and threatenedto pick 8 to 8 of the 54 convention which contended the union gram were scheduled to be

leadoff witness today In hear- Burns said In addition the I"the false face of frugality"'He make an expected light voter -' delegates Scranton has payment of Hoffa legal fees I. let by the State Road De-
ings on a bill to bring the du junior colleges needed more has used such terms as "im- turnout even more sparse asked for an unpledged: delegation -illegal Gibbons explained, and partmsnt in Tallahassee today
Pont estate under the Bank state help and direction but morality," "seduction by subsidy Republican politicians, pressing , with himself as chairmanin copies went to all the union vice .
Holding Act which would forceit should ," "picking the taxpayer's for a large write.in vote for! a favorite.son role The 10 presidents.
remain under the management County Commission Chairman
to dispose of either Its 31 pocket and "bribery" to Gov. William W. Scranton for at-large delegates already selected and
of the counties. To Be Hired Wilmer McCutcheon
banks or Its many other interests .I describe the administration president regarded the bad have agreed to this. Authority
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland County Engineer C. W Field.
budget and domestic programs weather as a setback. Also at stake were nomination "Teamsters vice presidents
Pace called for continuation: of the ing are in Tallahassee to observe -
New Evidence PromisedThe ,program of unemployment com: Johnson warmed his business, Scranton) 46, said he didn't for 27 congressional seats, agreed Friday to hire an out the awarding of contracts :
Amusements ..".... 14 pensation for seasonal workers listeners with a forecast that expect any massive outpouringand two judges of the state superior standing legal authority from expected to total more
Business New .... 9 Miami mayor said he. In a speech at Tampa, Kelly profits after taxes will reach predicted a small write.in court: auditor general), treasurer outside the union to study the than $700000

Bridge .... ........... ..... 11 would present "new and revealIng said he voted for every Increasein $30 billion this year, up nearly,because there is "not a great 209 state house seats, and problem," he said "Hoffa
evidence of the grip the du $3 bijhon over 1963 deal of interest in Pennsylvaniaover 23: state senate seali made his decision in a phone Projects Listed
Puzzle .. IS compensation benefits In his :
Crossword Pont Interests and Ed Ball this election." There Is a three.way fight for call to the vice presidents today The projects are:
Comics ............... 14-1 (manager of the estate) hold on eight Florida years Senate.as a member of the Price Reduction Eyed I The sharpest political fight is the Democratic nomination to ." Realignment of Lucerne

Classified ............ 18-17 the state of Florida" Former Sen. Fred O (Bud) But some were not so enthusiastic -for the Democratic nominationfor the U.S. Senate to face incum- Williams' opinion that It is illegal Park Road, from Winter

Deaths ...................... 2 With Just six days to go until Dickinson of West Palm Beach about his statement that the U.S. Senate. bent Republican Hugh Scott, to use union fund to pay Haven to Haines City, a dis

Dear Abby............. 15 the May 5 first primary, the other -also campaigned In Tampa Monday he Is going to call on Industry Added Lustre Sought who had only token opposition. Hoffa a trial expenses had the tance of eight miles, cost estimated

Editorials ............... 4 candidates continued to ham- He plugged three of his later to reduce some prices for The state Democratic organization potential of putting both the at $500,000.Reconstruction .
mer away in the drive for votes the benefit of consumers. Scranton backers hope the backed Justice MichaelA Teamsters strong man and the of the Old
Lewis .......... 2 major platform planks: reapportionment -
Fult m Jacksonville Mayor Haydon, constitutional They may have been a little write-ins will give him added Musmanno, 67, of the State l:member executive board on Auburndale Road from Berk
Horoscope ............... 14 Burns said In Miami Mondaythe vision and Judicial reform. re- puzzled as to just what he lustre as a potenial candidateand Supreme Court. His main opponent a financial spot ley Road. Southeast, to State

Television ................ 1$ prime obligation of the. Dickinson said fair reappor meant but they clapped loudly cause him to change his re- la Genevieve Blatt 50- Williams reportedly told exec Road 559 a distance of 1.5

Sports ............ 11-12-13: state government was educatkm tkmment would solve many, if when he added: "And then in peated stand that he is not a year-old state secretary: of Internal utive board memben they could miles, cost estimated at

Weather Map .... ... 3 since not a single countyIn not all, of the state's problems. the same week I am going to, candidate for the nominationand affairs be made personally responsibleif $73000:
the state was doing all it call in the leaders of the work. would accept only a sincere The third candidate Is DavidB. Construction of the Scott
Wome, .... ...... ....... 7 could in this field. The growth of Florida's cities log men and tell them the same and unengineered draft Roberts, prothonotary (court they continue authorizing use

"I am not an educator" said 1 (Turn to Page :2, Column 4) thing" Delegates to the naional con clerk) of Allegheny County (Turn to Page 2, Column 3) (Turn to Page :I, Column 5)
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..Tue.day, -April- -28, -W4- I II I WASHINGTON REPORT

MOST TOURISTS AT FORT---I I Altered Meter Elimination PlanWINTER

SAVANNAH. Ga. (AP) AI Reports

record 179,000 visitors toured'I HAVEN Ai far as.ment to be signed by a flora

the Ft.near Pulaski Savannah National during Monument Course Of History ithe Winter Haven Downtown'tenant or owner, which aims atMerchan'

of lost meter
Council is concern' replacement city

1963.Ralston Lattimore, superintendent "iIIflE1 T .. [led the death knell for Winter revenue and increased trade for

of the monument says' By FULTON LEWIS JR. . which likened hi.., to (Haven parking meters is being the store The amount of assess

the visitors came from 48 nations WASHINGTON-In his own Abraham Lincoln, Castro was ,Isounded. ment, along with city agree

The old fort was used words llorbert Matthews Is able to get followers and During a luncheon meeting ment to remove the meters from

during and after the Civil War'1 one of the few newsmen whose funds in the U.S. and Cuba, I here yesterday, members pres- the store area and not replace

report have quite literally with much of the Amen an 'i&7" 'lent voted unanimously to ac- them at least until December.

altered the course of history" press picturing Castro as a ''A Icept a J2-per.store-front footage 1963. plus schedule of payment

Matthews is modern-day Robin Hood assessment to contribute toa is Included in the proposed docu-

ONCE A The New York With these and subsequent 1 hoped-for 17,500 toward city ments.
Time. for I newspaper reports. Matthewswas parking bonds. ThIs. supple-
sign correspondent I able to exert considerable View. Expressed
TEAR./
mented by a proposed city contribution
February who e, Influence on U S. policy In of $7,500. would Several attending merchants

discovered Pi- : addition, he served as a consultant [vide the 125.000 needed to pro-pay expressed views such as: pur.
del Castro In to U S.
numerous planners
chase of meter tokens or
I |off parking lot bonds and rid the pay.
1957 and whose including William Wie-
exclusive a c. land. Chief of the State De-1 I 11 Icity of the meters. ment of parking tickets for good
Louisiana celebratesthe ; I customers would be more than
Mardi Grew counts of the I partment's Caribbean desk Support To Be Sought the moderate assessment, a sys-
brave Wieland was later tagged
as
I young I, 'Itro i 'Jack Pines, spokesman for the tern must be devised to assure
patriot madeneaannes an 'active apologist' for Can-
BUT __ 1'meter-removal group and as- that store owners and employes
me by a Senate subcommittee.
around.LEWIS I Isociated with a business which do not use the spaces intendedhas
DURING TilE
world early days of
Every Wednesday I In front.page dispatches for the Castro regime. Matthews | [ the longest store frontage, for customers, "vigilante com

- I the Times Matthews pictured pnoh.poohed charges of Communist ,said the next order of business mittees" might be set up to as.
ROM MAINE TO ILOPIDANIT'S
Castro as a staunch foe of Infiltration; he carriedon i is personal contact with every sure no violation of this-or

tyranny whose crack troops a bitter feud with Ruby (store owner in the downtown "meter maids" could be used to

had Inflicted considerable Hart Philips, the Times' veteran Iheart of Winter Haven, to enlist insure enforcement.

Fish damage on the army of Ful- Havana correspondent support for removal of the The city police departmentmeters
Fry Night genclo Batista who reported from the begin. KELLY TOURS FLORIDA TILL $.-.. Scott K.llr, <...Jd.t.. for |0..rnor. itopi fr cup over a four-mile street has expressed cooperation in en

Delicious The truth of the matter is ning that Castro was movinghis of c.lft. .iid S sham talk with .mI.,.. of Lad(land's. Florid. Tile C. Staiidina; behind Kally I.Jlmmi. ft I front area forcement A suggestion was

fillets- that Castro had then no more country Into the Communist Sues. prtildtnt el eke company, wh. directed -.rttro>,', coos, Kelly was in Lakdand far If 80 per cent subscribe, he/made that store-owners and em.

crisp, goldenfriedand than 18 men whose combat I orbit. a tour of ......1 l of Lokiland'i. Induilnal plant. isaid. the project will achieve its'ployes place a sticker on their
ocean.freahALL -- -- ------ -
experience was limited to a I, Almost two years after_Castro I - -- ----- [goal. car denoting their willingness to

You .-IOO single outnumbered hit-and outpost.run raid of twelve on an munists's victory had, long moved after into Com top $2 Million Polk Road Citizens Map ,! Introduced_ a_formal agree- cooperate with the project.@Ottuatit! __

positions in the Cuban govern

CAN Si men. ment, Matthews denied that Job ContractsDue AntiSmutCampaign
THE DISPATCHES from Spent ByCandidates
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EAT i per person Oriente Province were of Immense Castro's regime was anythingbut Cuban. He said Despite
Importance to Castro
French Fried Potatoes
strong resemblances, It Today
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Cole Slaw Tartare I As Earl E. T Smith, the U.S.
Sauce I Ambassador to 'Cuba, later is not Marxism Communismor RITES FOR MR. KIRK A native of Tavares, Mrs.

Roll and Butter testified, they gave him "world Fascism, but is getting $10 last week for a tout of $2.. Lake Road from State Road moved obscene literature from Funeral services for Webster Patterson had made her homeIn

I stature and world recognition close to a totalitarian" struc. 497. He said he spent $2,252: s
HOWARD ? ." ture of some kind. farIn Lakeland, a distance of this community who died last Friday were held having moved here from Ta.

"Until that time" Smith He argued that "Americans the race fur,L S. senator,.' three miles cost estimated at The Ledger today visitedone yesterday at the Gentry-Morri vares.- She was a member of

J ONnSOnJ told a Senate subcommittee, should happens be to Fidel praying Castro nothing, Any Sen. Spessard Holland of Bar,. $160,000. neighborhood retail store son Chapel with services by the the Primitive Baptist Church.

"Castro had been just another hope for changing the situation ,,, -" < .> While In Tallahassee Me that sells- paperback novels Masonic Lodge No. 91. Gentry- Survivors are one sister Mrs.
"r' : and magazines. There was a Funeral Home in Ida Burton of Indianapolis and
bandit in the Oriente Mountains for the \better lies with Cutcheon was expected to put Morrison was ;
735 East Main St. ilp ((j In prominent rack for such publications several nieces and nephews.
with a handful of followers him. I ; : : I' word for a Haines City- charge of arrangements

who terrorized Cuban One warm day last Fall ._ ". > 'f.,,_ Sunshine State Parkway hook. I ." H" . Funeral services will be heldat

peasants throughout the countryside Matthews left this country for up and creation of a state 'f RITES FOR MR. WARNOCK 10 o'clock tomorrow morningat
HOST Of THE HIGHWAYS" Havana bearing a passport tow, D-Fla, reported $31,1W foi', park in Northeast Polk County I I .t} t Funeral services for Leo Samuel the Dave Lane Funeral

Matthews a total of $191,061. He said he . Home The Elder John Bowen
.1 "After the articles validated by the State Depart -. - ,," "- -y ,, ;: " Warnock. 57 of Route I, Au-
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Bralley Odham of Sanford re, County Commission has as LOOK, TIME, In Glendale Cemetery at Uma
Cuba, he spent long hours with
Gentry
the
at
held yesterday -
ELECT ported $3,764 last week for a total cided NEWSWEEK LIFE FIELD (were tilla.
Castro, and the fruit of their to "push" for a Funeral Home
( Morrison
de-I AND STREAM, THE SATURDAY -
of S25.6He\( laid he spenl
visits Is a new book that will $21,778 .. .__."",, _ '" ._ . EVENING POST and chapel with the Rev. O W. De- MRS. EUNICE HAUSE
be next week
ENTITLED published "CUBA the Claude R. Kirk Jr. of Jackson < - ''R- }\'ff:; the various other magazinesthat Loach pastor of the Westside WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. Eunice
,
yule, Republican candidate for:I'; ; W'1; 4' J'ffl4; ; : are welcomed Into any Baptist Church of Auburndale Elizabeth (Doughtie) Hause.
Matthews work Is slim little
a .1" .: ( ,, : f Burial was in Au-
.. home. officiating.
volume with large type and the U. S. Senate. renorted SI, 81, of 151 Avenue C, SW died
numerous picture aimed at 463 last wek for a total of '$IS.. pike hookup;' and Fieldingwere The owner of the store then burndale Cemetery. yesterday at the Winter Haven

the high school student Its !513. He said he spent' $4.144. to confer with members,. I pointed to several dozen books Music was provided by Mrs.Rob- Hospital. Mrs. Hause was a na
and stacked in Estella Byrd Mrs. Margie
magazines an tive of Alabama and came to
publishers (Macmillan) call It of the State Road Departmentand and
out-of-the-way corner He ert, Mrs. Celetta Shirah this area 39 She
"hard-hitting, comprehensiveand the Outdoor Recreation years ago. wasa
CandidatesPush said Miss Barbara Rayborn, with
above all, unbiased" Count il. : member of the First Assembly -
Mrs. Shirah at the piano. Pallbearers -
Material Separated of God Church of Winter
Site Not Selected were Willard Dixon Haven. She was also an ordained *
Hunt "This stuff is so obscene Henry L. Brown, Edmond C.
Commission Vice Chairman minister of the church.
Hoffa Avoids Allan Trask said commissioners that we wouldn't even think of Williams, Cecil Owens, Cecil C. She is survived by three Ions,

iII. For Voteshas are hoping for money putting it on our shelves. So Ray and Cecil Ray Jr. George D. Hause, Hartford
it will in the until
stay corner
'Fight Over from the huge bond Issue, Ala., J. W Hause. Tampa and
the distributor
to
comes along
RITES FOR MRS. R1TTER Bennie Hause, Winter
Haven
last ;
passed November
been reflected In to pro-
not leg's pick it up for return. We do Funeral services for Mrs .
a sister, Mrs. Brown Taylor
Union Fundsof latlve representation, he added. vide money for recreation try to keep obscene materialoff Flora A. Ritter 75, of 130 West Sanford; one brother Frank
aid
QUILLIAN S. YANCEY Dickinson called for a modernization projects to In the creation our shelves"
of the park. Track over St., who died Friday morning Doughtie, Enterprise, Ala.; five
of the explained little doubt
judicial system There was about
union funds for Hoffa' leg.il that no location I were held yesterday at 10 grandchildren and five great
STATE SENATOR ,and streamlining of the -constitution I exact the sincerity of this business Heath Funeral .
at the grandchildren.
Hf fpflBAFurther for the park has been selected a m
; man. Chapel, with the Rev. Harry E. Services wilt be held at 230; .
William* ,reportedly but he added that commissioners Mill, an examination of the .
QUILLIAN YANCEY Is The advised that Hoffa could be liable 1- are eyeing the book shelves showed Crosby, Minister of Educationof o'clock Thursday afternoon at t''i!
paperbacks
Candidate MOST EXPERIENCEDIn i for personal income'! taxes general area around the with these titles or subtitles the Southside Baptist Church, the Ott-Laughlm Chapel with
simmee River chain of KIS'I officiating The Rev William he Rev. J. D. Courtney, district -

Handling Problems of People : R. Simmons, pastor of Highland superintendent of the As
As pictured' by "
"I With Beatle
He said he would not appoint Slept a Church assisted sembly of God Churches offi
and Government. ana llaines City officials, who "He Didn't Know It-What Hills Presbyterian
--I for
judges merely patronage dating He will be assisted by
already have appealed for the Hotel"
Happened at
<<
II reasons R. A. Patrick -the Rev. Emerson Jones, pas
I funds for the Pallbearers were
ELECT S. YANCEY park a creek "Motel Sex Trap.
QUILLIAN Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville
I I :! Jr Pete Clyatt, T M. tor of the First Assembly of God
'' running through the areawould "I Was A Beach Bunny. We ,
used his continued his attacks on Church in Burial
on union money to pay John Winter Haven
J. C. Permenter
afford Johns
YOUR STATE SENATORON trial costs estimated In the hunt,Dickinson, Kelly and Burnt He a direct link Sought Sunning and Sinning" C C. Howse and will be in Hartford, Ala. Friends
with the
Kissimmee Rasmussen.
Sex
River. Sister.
dreds of thousands of dollars. 'said each of them was! making "My -Hungry may call at the Ott-Laughlm
Mn T. R. Fred-I
I Trask described the area as "He Talked Me Into an Affair J. T. Bellum.
MAY
5th what he termed Irresponsibleand Chapel from S to 9 o'clock tonight
the musIc.
Hoffa Said Upset "wild country. McCutcheon of the Flesh ley supplied I
P" P.1. Adv. I (I wild promises none could Burial in Oak Hill Burial and tomorrow night.
Hoffa was said to be angry, keep I pointed out that proper development "We Had Done It Before. was -
So How Could I No?" Park. I
would
;'emotional about Wil provide wa Say
and
upset "They know they cannot keep MRS. MAE McCONE
liams' which Informed:I ter sports hunting, fishingand "I Couldn't Say No To Him,
opinion, ,these promises, said Mathews MR. STANSIFER ZEPHYRHILLS Mrs Mae
camping facilities. and I Agreed to a Secret Rendezvous RITES FOR
sources say came as a bolt out"They are Insulting the Intelligence services for WilliamD. Reese Alston McCone. 63, of 14th
.
McCutcheon Funeral
of the blue and reversed an1' of the voters" opined that establishment Street, died this at the
of 115 W. ParkSt. morning
80,
of the "We Had Never Necked Stansifer,
parkway
WINwihWOODS"Four 'earlier opinion j I I Fred Karl of Volusia residence of her M.
,
Rep. hookup would be needed to Like This" ., who died Sunday will be son Roy
It appeared to be the second'County lashed out at the nd make creation of the park "Our First Date Was An All. held tomorrow morning at 10:30 Reese of Eagle Lake after a
sharp blow In succession to the ministration of Gov Farris Bryant Funeral -long Illness
Dukes-Steen
I feasible He said the SRD Night Affair-In the Woods. o'clock at the
stocky union leader who until lie said In Cocoa that Bry. already has agreed to study With this kind of materialon Home, with the Rev B. a Mrs. Reese was a native of
I recently had weathered a sea ant had been apathetic to the Tallahassee and lived In Winter
years ago< I the proposal and has budgeted the shelves citizens can Brown of the Central Avenue
of troubles in courts, in congressional center of the world. Burial Haven for She
mode two important space $23,000) for preliminary engineering use their own imaginations as Baptist Church officiating. many year
hearings and in the labor The apathy. said Karl was reflected studies to the titles sub-titles and art will be in Indianapolis. moved to Zephyrhills 20 years

pledges-to give movement. in the road program for on the stack of obscene literature Friends may call at the funeral 'ago from Winter Haven She

you a voice in the area, the governor's outlookon that the owner refused to home tonight from 7 until was a member of the First

CATTLE AUCTIONSI economic growth and in the put on his shelves 9 o'clock. 1 Methodist Church of Zephyrhills

... government and to I I field of higher educationMutual7 LakelandYouth It is little wonder that par ,and the Royal Neighbors of

:: put countygovernm.ent JAC'kSONVILLI tAP .susht. sit.ti. ents are becoming increasingly WILUARD C. LOWERS, America
your ..
,
.t.de t .01,5 bat dr .tu
'. .., ito.itt ...k.vit.c lion m.m.U Is concerned about smutin FORT MEADE Wilhard C. Survivors are two sons, RoyM.
on a urwovllli.Mmidi tl Moiillmllo noil cilxit Orluida(}lnirillf.'',I Steele their communities And Flowers, 31, of 619 North Orange I Reese Eagle Lake and

business-like basis. limps. Rftrlpu oO l w..C tt 1 mwUU 1350cOspred I come May 18, the city commission Avenue died early yesterday at ,Harry A. Reese, Winter Haven;
n isCI.
.' ,, UlSUTIS,, aSss. 'Plans SessionIn SentencedBAR will see some of the a Bartow Hospital nine grandchildren and one
,,
The record I ?
proves 100 lb. ii 'I't'r .
I 21f't'lei' use.:ial II', 55.25-St.2 offerings at firsthand.For I Mr, Flowers had been employed great-grandchild.
have faith with ;: irrt, I-cifl.lt, u- the Lakeland CDL is clerk He Service .
1 kept 1,50 00-1IOO Ib' II o.l as a grocery arrangements are incomplete
t 70. l0.550 lb. lu 23 70 iI" WashingtonFlorida Taking $242 planning to l lay before the guv Meade all of
you.laskyounow' I .nl t 1700Cooi _.'1:' I after threatening three boys I had lived in Fort I II" and will be announced
i erning body some books and he attended the
where Mitchell
Funeral Winter
his life by Home
Hull AlT\ Al os-la lZSo : Citrus Mutual caol with a hammer did not prove
at
bought
magazines various
to keep faith with cI : 00-34 00 rst Church of dod. I Haven.
hn'ord I tal commuter is on the again. profitable for Russell Kirkland
1,11,0.5000 go establishments in the
Vl.',, ., ,t.q P I city. are his widow, Mrs. : Friends call
.'1 l5u.J50 lb Survivors may tomorrow
.
I For the "nth" time, Herman F
me through support I 340V 100 las .Lanth.rt: 22 00.I And then they are going to Flowers, two
00 Ruthie Dean night from 7 until I o'clock at
'
I Steele assistant general manager In Criminal Court
venter- demand that the commission
\ for a second term in Kl'c. 'tCDtft, ClAtSIS... org.lOization.1 daughters. Gerald Lucreasy and the Mitchell Funeral Home.
< tl"xl 4M-IUO I. IISO300Oa of the grower day the 18-year-old Kirkland, do something about It on a
.
m ''mi UooH both of
Flowers,
thisvitolpublicoffice. "uri. common and InHI'1II U is going to Washington tomor-I who pleaded guilty to a robbery permanent basis The Supreme I Patricia Ruth
1700. 00'1 Meade one son. Williard RITES FOR WHITE
Fort ; MR.
row for a three-day visit. charge, was sentencedto
decision and the
t 'M ixnn FfW food :! Court conscience
'n II 00 fO. mdt'Jb'iu-2O0U.!! ._;' His objective remains the same' from six months to three of a decent community ' Leon Flowers Fort Meade: his AUBURNDALE Funeral services -

-to ally support for a citrus years at state<< prison by Circuit will undergird their mother, Mrs. Lucreasy Flowersof for Mr Orville Preston

DEDICATED SERVICE eitfs KeepMONROE i industry fight to prevent any Judge J. H Willson. who action Fort Meade: two brothers, White. 65, of 231 McKean St..

W I N Continued (tariffs on incoming foreign citrus was filling In for Criminal Lowell W. Mowers Daytona who died yesterday morning at

GOOD GOVERNMENT I to be reduced or eliminated. Court Judge Roy H Amidon. Beach and David Ray Flowers. Winter Haven Hospital, will be

Steele said this time he experts I Kirkland 630 W. Emma St., "Greeks Seek Wildwood; and three nephews conducted Thursday morning at

[ to talk with the Congressional Lakeland, was arrested last Services will be held from the 10:30: a.m. at the Chapel of

I delegations of all citrus. July 26 after allegedly takinga Seidel Chapel tomorrow at 2:30: Mitchell Funeral Home with the

He-elect. . BRANNENSHE'RIFF (producing states In the US- total of $2.42 from three I, To Capture pm. with the Rev. W. D. Collins -Rev James R Thompson, pastor

I Texas, ArIzona and California I buys who had been hitchhiking I pastor of the First Churchof of First Baptist Church Au-

as well as the Florida senators I until they were pickedup Castle Pass God in Lake Placid, officiating -burndale, officiating Burial will
FLOYD WOODSCounty I'and representatives. by Kirkland.The I Burial will follow in follow in Glen Abbey Memorial

I youths told officers .Pleasant Grove cemetery. i iI 'Park
POULTRY & EGGS Kirkland threatened them witha movements and control other I Friends may call at the funeral Friends may call tonight and
:
Commissioner
Dist. 1
hammer and forced themto traffic Into the fighting area. i' home from 7 to 9 p.m.I tomorrow night from 7 until 9
TAMPA 'A"-S.' mt.rkrt. <.is! toI"t "There are certain types of I' o'clock at :* Mitchell Funeral
.
(Pd. P.1. Cd' turn all the tonight. :
I" over money
ni
< rr *f m 11 i and prlo Mrtlu "
.." fighting we cannot stop the Home Winter Haven
had
'I .,ad. tOt they ---- - ---
W...M Car.toa .... Also yesterday. Fr .ik Fal s, spokesman said "If the fighting I I MRS. MARTHA p.nERSON'1 I
,, '. I
27'tt J:' Si .to is of such nature that
a interpus
I ,,,,.' :4 ",. ''R'. """ 17'. 32, 2715 MmoU St., Lakeland HAINES CITY Mrs. Martha AMBULANCEISERVICE
We'veMoved. to :;,':I ".. U ::: f '' :ttl: lJ,. was sentenced to from six ing yourself between the sides!I Ann Patterson. 82 a former!I I

Eo",' 'rlo'Iltn.I, """ "It .. .,'n""h' months to five- years enI means you are blasted by bothI resident of Kentucky Avenut,1died i'

1 118 1 W. Lemon St. ,t.kII.' ,',"..,"""t't,"."' lho.t II"10',"","II"Who" ..o,,p,,,,, "Ito"" ",," kId uIJ I charges of breaking and entering aides.N. that officers is of were no valueU reported I I at a Bartow hospital Sun

h,,'t'' 4'',..u, Ii, IJ. .,,. 4-4'.,, an auto and grand larceny \' day morning after a long illness .t rev, ,ho". cell,
'b. tO ht ,11t'I 4 15I ,11 trying to arrange a cease-fire
,,.. , ., ,
LANIER I ", ",".,".all'. ",.". I"" . ,,'Pod' -" '. "' The twin objectives of the I avs nr I'eur .' nSa
tales was arrested Dec. 9. '
sad !. .
Greeks were the castle\<< itself night f r.HiUS

UPSHAW INC. and the high point of tie Nico

mm < Mrs. High Will .-. :
C.mI.t.f fnivroncf Stnrfct
,
.. -
Y- Phone 6862113 KlNGSWOOD Visit Lakeland }' l4<:, :'C..fo{ ., 417 N. Moss Art.
< '
is''I'K. re-n'la'"h'l Phone MU 62133

Customer Mrs. Robert King High will aY a passover

Parking From Ilsit Lakeland tomorrow In behalf the rmiunfims: about a rr.e;!

Missouri Avenue of her husband's campaignfor |east of the castle
.- Entrance. governor. Capture of these points w,-ulc HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL

She will arrive by motorcade remove the last important TurkIsh Air C....!.*.-.-< Char PerSia, I...
,1t the < I\'I'11 center about 3:30: threat to the Kvrenia a\ 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Visit Us In Our New Offices I I ,,;K "hl'n' 'hi' will pause lori on IhL' n irih! I lOS, ,if tIlt', i>i .t Jind I
FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director
Ott; II t-tiiftrview' with support v uUI ""l.nt' lu,1.,1\, v d l lJages.
Cor, Lime ond Ingrohom Phone 6820111
4' I. then h-iva lit I'lantIt... on tile mountamsidi I I



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LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, April 28, W4
II
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Vows fll' ; SHOP WEDNESDAY TIL 5:30 P.M.,

."" Fl"Qrtf..m' PTfliJ .ti irutrue' l fj;. MONDAY TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND
To Continue - 'EL s. . _. , : Small Tornadoes Rip FRIDAY AND ,

ea : : fj: .lt.m I
. .1l'J< tA Jl. .

Rights FightBy . .. . " .- Parts Of Deep SouthBy

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Sen. Spessard Holland D-Fla Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation THE ASSOCIATED PRESS along tributaries of the Chatta
pressing his campaign for reelection Sections of the Deep South hoochee and Flint rivers as an
t
says he will, "stand up were raked by small tornadoesand estimated 4.S inches of rain fell

and against fight"the as civil long as he bill can STATION H. L. Charleston ......... 69 (4 Milwaukee ......... 51 47 high winds Monday, Injuring in parts of eastern Alabama. and

Speaking Monday rights at Jacksonville Miami ............ 85 77 Chicago ............ 57 54 Mpls-St Paul ...... 73 52 at least 10 persons The western Georgia in a 24 hour
Holland laid he wants to Jacksonville ....... 81 65 Cincinnati .......... 70 51 New Orleans ...... 89 64 Plains state were hit by thick period.
help Negroes with Job trainingand Key West .......... 86 78 Denver ............59 31 New York ......... 63 53 snow and winds up to 81 milesan Hailstones the size of golf
Des Moines ........ 66 43 Omaha ............. 58 43 hour. balls fety on Atlantic Ocean
technical assistance but he ..... 17
LAKELAND! .88
Detroit ............56: 51 Philadelphia ....... 65 54 An overabundance of moisture beach communities rear Jack
opposes the fair employment Orlando ............ 90 65 Fairbanks .......... 42 29 Pittsburgh ......... 60 55 combined with a high-level sonville, Fla. The Weather Bureau -
practice and public accommodation Pensacola .......... 78 74 Fort Worth ........ 83 54 ,( St. Louis ........... 79 53 cold front to cause the unstableair .said the hail measured up
bill sections of the civil! rights Sarasota ........... 88 68 Honolulu ........... 83 71 San Francisco ..... 58 49 over the Southeast. to one and one-half inches in
Tallahassee ........ 78 63 Indianapolis I 68 52 'Seattle ............. 52 42 Mississippi Alabama, Georgia diameter. BROTHERS
"When It comes to saying W Palm Beach .... 87 75 ::::::: \ bruntof Five were Injured at
Juneau ..... 41 32 Washington ........ 66 56 and Florida bore the persons
whom you can employ and Kansas City ....... 62 46 BAROMETER Monday's storms, including Moss Point. Miss, when high
whom un-American you can't"" he said, "it's Atlanta ............72 63 Los Angeles ........ 71 54 7 aim 29.81 heavy rams which dumpedmore winds ripped carports from
Boston ............. 73 47 Memphis ..........80 59 1 p.m Monday, 29.90 water Into the already homes and uprooted large trees
Odham Blasts Rival swollen streams in the region A woman and two children were

Brailey Odham, campaigning At Appalachlcola, Ha, 4.46 In. injured near Mobile Ala., when
ches of rain fell in six hours. a twister demolished a frame
In Miami for Holland's Senate
seat, said Holland "represents Flash flooding was reported;, house.

the big special Interes's""Holland
opposes minimum 1 t i, /c New Way Found r
wages of SI.25 an hour for the ww.. i 1CtOUDT !
.
500,000 low wage earners In '
Florida," Odham said "He opposes i ,..rr To Stop Hair Loss
civil rights for our Negro ,

citizens He opposes the Medi Grow More Hair
care for our senior
program :l
: f9
citizens ew HOUSTON, Texas If helped
.
"But he favors special treatment you don't suffer from male But how can any man or
for the duPont estate and pattern baldness, there is woman be sure what Is actually
Ed Ball. now an excellent chance causing their hair loss? Even if
baldness may seem to "run In
can stop hair loss
you your "
family this is certainlyno )
your
The traditional art of singingto and grow more hair.
r -t proof of the cause of YOUR
harp accompaniment is so For "they said it couldn't'
years hair loss.Actually.
In Wales that shortage lLM' f; h, ,t '
a firm
popular slat I be done But now a Texas there are many scalp
of harps has developed. A of laboratory consultants has developed -
hair
conditions that can cause
.r':.eww..er,.. 1eow ,a't
0 i treatment that Is not
lac ; a loss. No matter which one is
M only stopping hair loss . buts the cause of your hair loss if .
Own wean a euv w n.r.rww rate + d
hair!
.. really growing I you wait until you are slick bald .
. .w.eer 'ra ataOa.MeM. a ,
They don't even ask you to and your hair roots are dead,
KlNGSWOOD e- take their word for It. If they'you are beyond help. So, If you

,_, a.. x .eN } believe that the treatment will still have hair (or at least some
..-. -...-.- a '0' help you, they invite you to tryit fuzz) on top of your head and
for 32 days, at their risk and' would like to stop your hair loss
see for yourself! and grow more hair now is
Naturally, they would not the time to do something aboutit '
STATIC It w.. on the wine aide ever rit* Gulf it***!, kilt cool .1 lr c*.*rd mit *f the northooit cad offer this no-risk trial unless the before it's too late.

th* states wed .f the Miwiulppl; IU..,. An ere *f rein itratchinf font the Crt Lkt mien treatment worked. However, its Loesch Laboratory Consultants -

t. South AtbMtl data spread lUwly e.afwsrd .... northward 'urine Monday aiahIAP( Wlr*. Impossible to satisfy everyone. treatment, Inc., for will 32 supply days,you at their with

photo) The great majority of risk if they believe the treatment !
cases of excessive hair fall will help you. Just send j'1
and baldness are the begin. them the Information listed below -
ning and more fully developed . All Inquiries are answered
Asthma Formula Prescribed .wa A ,,. ., stages of male pat promptly, by mail and without
e ..w IB tern baldness and cannot be obligation. Adv.
I ,
Most DoctorsAvailableNow NO OSUOATION COUPON
By Y.el To: Loeach Laboratory Consultant, Inc.
Box 66001.3711 West Main St. f 1if
Without Prescription ZONE FORECASTS Houston, Tau 77006I k
now have,or hive had. the following condition.: 1 ts
Stop Attacks in Minute ,. . Relief Lasts for Hours I A-Clear to partly cloudy and hu hair been .
H_Y....1'1.' T.( r..bl>.Th*,tkm* -In tiny Ubl.U celled Primal.*.*. mild and aw "+" wa"w How long your thinninltDo
tonight Wednesday. Mill have ?__ fuzzon of head.
formal prticribad: mor tIIaa any Thu Prim at... Tabltti opt* you <>< top your
thtr by doctor for thalr private bronchial tutwa, loosen eenraition, Low tonight in sixties. a : 1 How long U It?

.ulf.patient...**lI.without now available pmerlptlon.Mdl to uthm. relieve without taut Borvove Union.. All B, C, D Becoming partly II: Do you bays JndruffJt it dry1-or oily_
..t tits proved this formal painful Injection and Does your scalp have pimple or other irritation?.
cloudy tonight Wednesdaywith
,. Th.aerret le-plmatent eomblnoe ....
.to utbm..ttsck. la minutia and U hairDo dry? oily t
Vivo boon of frndom from recur. I modielnoi (In full pr.acriptioa.trongth most showers ending. Low "" your
fnro of painful *ithfn .,um.. ) found moot .olToetiv I* your forehead become oily or {rosy"
Till formula ia .o tffoctiv. that lombinatlon for nthma diitrtii. tonight 65 to 70. Doei your scalp Itch_____When_
h I* tb* phyalelan'i Uadinf ailhmaraeeriptloneo Each perform a special purpoM. E, F,G-Partly cloudy through Attach other information feel be helpful.
any you may
So look forward to sleep at night
) iifo u i "t
directed that now II tag'i..u:1d and froodon from aithma .p...... Wednesday with scattered main.
wiUoit pnacriptioi U mint italee Cot PrimaUne at amt iniur. Iy afternoon thundershowers.Low NAME
-- tonight 68 to 7... Mostly
.. . -- -! southeast and south winds 10 to 9 ADDRtlcc:
-- - - -- -- --
20 miles an hour. .r..ir.4tta .

H, I- Partly cloudy throujtl I CITY ..STATE.true j jI
Wednesday. Low tonight 70 to 71J I'
; Fair Visitors ''
-Partly cloudy through ,
Wednesday Low tonight around I i
75. Enjoy Sunny .

K-Partly cloudy through I Sunday WeatherNEW
Wednesday. Low tonight 76 to 80.

YORK (AP) New t
ja}
Wcaffiercasf ; .
York's 1964-65 World's Fair had a h.J
f
Partly cloudy skies and show- a placid, sunny weekend that
en and occasional thundershow- contrasted with the wet confu

en are In store for Lakeland lion of Wednesday's opening
4 through tomorrow, with i the Religious services attracted
showers today possibly heavyat
times heavy turnouts Sunday morn
Ing. Afternoon crowds were
Southerly winds will blow at
10 to 20 miles an hour during thickest In the transportation

the daylight hours, diminishingto area where the free programs J
5 to 10 miles an hour at of General Motors and Ford r

night. High humidity was pre- were star attractions fa '.
dicted. Sunday attendance of 200,212
Th maximum temperature -counted up to 1 a.m. today- M .
here yesterday was 88 degrees, made a total of 765,908 for the .-* '
There Is quite a the minimum this morning was 'air's first five days.

$7 degrees, and .14 of an inch The weather was clear and
difference between of rain fell at the city hall cool. There were few signs of i .
weather: station. traffic difficulties or congestion

"headlines" . and tree of rare for every year

/)" 1'onnjJGm'' Jerneyby

".cIIIIICIIIl"It Polk County Must Have A (.',ulud"udl'r'l'I.On

Is one thing for a School Board member to

flare up ot other Board members and make Man Of Proven Ability .

headlines. But, It Is quite another thing for o

School Board member to gain the support of other I

Board members, so that the School Boord makes Casualmoker'slii) new soft looks, smart

headway. :_ makes this dress
; styling, a delight to

Unfortunately representation from District 4 i wear. Never a care . always ready

has been noted much more for headlines than I tct . washable and packable. Chiffon

headway. a 1 nylon jersey swirl print in blue or pink

DICK IRUMBAUGH can make headway for 12.20, l2'/2.22'/2.' '

District 4 -and, all of Polk County -by pre ct

senting his viewpoints intelligently and reason. or t Maas' Midtown Stop

ably. And by gaining necessary cooperation and Meta / !* core'
support from the other members of the Board. ,
maternity tepurutex Phone Lakeland MU 6.1161

Let's get our 1 fa by Lady fit WaUltifj or Mall This Coupon Tot

SdPh
"JANI III"
5.9ft each! MAAS BROTHERS LAKILAND, FLORIDA
School Boardmoving

NAME . . . . . ... .. . . . .. , .
Maternity wear with a youthful flair
. ArneUJ) triacetate cord separates ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . .

withBRUMBAUGH. . r for summer good looks and comfort CASH . . . CHARGE . . . .
. for your active days! Match, or
mix just for fun Skirt, blouse, ped- If rural! ddrtti, ,I.*.. site delivery InitrufItem .
dle pushers or Bermuda shorts in pinkor .

$ blue, 6-16' PI.oeend m. th. following, mtrchandiM,
Add 3% "Olt Mitt tax
Maas' Maternity Corner

ass. Pleat Mid m. Cotuolmoktri,
I..L Mi Iforhort *mi.*(ic"
Master fear .f IfUMhli16lPublic "- Elect a 11 poet our Mother Cntitla M98 total Sis* -,

I.dructiaOitrld . Mofwttlon with *...,...11,. DlaptrSorrtee I 1st color choke 2nd color choice '
and Mi lab MUMIM. A I HI lift
*) .Mrtuieat, will bo Nudes to ono winner oathBantu.
"IIAtL"""'.Z T. 1 BEN HILL GRIFFINYour All loa do I* '....Ier for U.. dr.wlll, Dot* 4/29 No. 190 \
Ire b Onf &I any Maaa Uatornltf Cornorl Dept. .
a dIH. .-............ "

State Senator
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I : C LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, April M, 1tC4 > !''' .. Press ConferenceA

JI.. ",' ....1( Charge ,


11 LEDGER EDITORIALS J 1/n, :Y..t



r I Severe Penal LawsSeven ,, Republicans AwayBy


JAMES RESTON good In any of the areas af
of those convicted for The English-speaking world prides (dims fected.It .

Britain1 "Great Train Robbery" were itself on its humaneness Justly in WASHINGTON In seven will be even worse when

sentenced to 30 years apiece in prison, some instances but its criminal law days President Johnson held the administration gets downto

and there was a good deal of rum has been more severe in punishments two formal and two Informal the harder problem of closing .
than much of the world press conferences, made seven some of the big government
bling in the British press about this civilized \ impromptu statements after naval yards such as

unaccustomed severity. clinging to the death penalty and to White House those In Brooklyn and Boston.

As the London Daily Mirror pointed ,long prison sentences after many oth \ meetings, de: There are 11 of these, employ

out, British murderers sent up,for"life" er advanced nations concluded that livered a major -] ing 100,000 men and. costing

usually get out in about 15 years. these did more harm, than good. foreign address policy to-, $1 billion a year.
administration is
Is stealing bank notes regarded as hti r the Associated I The con.
vinced that all this manpowerand
more wicked than murdering some- ONE OF TilE MOST wholesome xf' Press, helped: money are not needed.
1
settle the -
body? the Mirror asks. developments in U. S. criminology national It has promised to find siml-

Florida's legal attitude toward bank lately is the more widespread and Intelligent t' 1 4 jr I /e. dispute,railroad and lar jobs in the area for the
Ei! men affected, and so far;it has
robbers is even more severe than England's use of probation and parole. talked to a political '
not been able to see where
and, another curious law which Another is the effort to make prisonsa rally in I these Jobs are coming from.

I is still on the Florida statute books place for preparing inmates for a t Chicago.The White I RESTON

could send a person to prison for so useful life in the community emotionally House Is now more open than ALSO. MOST OF the naval

much as casting doubt on the solvencyof mentally and vocationally rather J any residence In Washington. yards do different jobs. Portsmouth
for handles
example
,
a bank even though the bank turns than just a place ,for punishmentand i. "Welcome to YOUR house" nuclear submarines and Boston

out in fact to be shaky. In other theoretical "penitence." he tells his visitors and that's does not, so that a hard

words truth is no defense; the law Ideally, criminal law ought to be the way it is. No majestic job of consolidation lies ahead.

protects a bank against any gossip decided by ((1) whether it restrains a aloofness for him. He regards The plans are not complete

even when the gossiper can prove he's would-be criminal and ((2) whetherit : himself as the temporary occupant but complete Johnson them.is determined to

: telling the gospel truth. keeps out of circulation a harmful of a public buildings
This has been a surprise toa
r' I person who might do further mischief f"' and simply does what comes lot of influential officers In

PRISON SENTENCES in Florida, until he can safely return to society. naturally. the Pentagon. They knew
When he had settled the railroad
and in the U. S. generally, run much Considerations of revenge (the Old crisis, he didn't wait for McNamara was determined to
longer than in most of the civilized Testament's eye-for-an-eye) have no s the television cameras to beset eliminate all nonessential bas.
es and even some they thoughtwere
world, even as reduced by good behavior place Li an enlightened penal code, in up In the White House. It essential but they misjudged
almost time for the big
was
parole or probation. Florida or anywhere! else. national evening television the President.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE shows so he got In his car They thought he would thinkof
and drove out to the CBS the bases first In political
I
Hiding Behind Religion studio to make the announce- terms and that if he didn't his
ment to the largest possible friends on Capitol Hill wouldbe

A California congressman, Rep. B. lingswood, N. J., has a widely-ranged Segregate The Foxholes? audience. least able to to restrain convince McNamarauntil him at

F. Sisk, says "right-wing extremists"are extremist radio network plumping for WHEN HE REALIZED that after the election.
trying to stampede Congress into the so-called Becker amendment (Rep. he would be in Chicago fora
however
This Judgment underestimated -
amending the Constitution to permit Frank .J. Becker, a New York Repub- bill EDITOR now before: The the civil Senate rights may The Ledger'sOpinion More SentimentFor big political rally, he decided McNamara's influence
in the schools. lican) which would change the natureof to fly back through Indiana at the White House.
prayers public be our last chance to avert a Teen PageEDITOR Kentucky, West Vir
I Congressman Sisk, a Democrats told our federal Constitution and permit national crisis Negroes todayare Page ginia and Pennsylvania to look After the President had
the House Judiciary committee that the what Rep. Sisk describes as "religionby tired of poetic promisesof : We have been at the problems of some of worked for a while with the
equality when they must Thlt .4110,1.1 l pop .ff." taking a n unofficial poll the depressed areas, and gathered present cabinet, he remarkedone
I campaign is, at bottom, an attack on majority rule. Which has meant, face the cold realities of the ..w.pp,,'. *wn opinion around Kathleen Senior High the of those day: "They art good
r the Supreme Court, a point that is historically, a suppression of the minority second-class citizenship. This ... mottort of cyrronl IntomtIn and we feel that a Teen Page states up on the governors way. this bunch, but the one who
obvious to most observers. He openly believers. present generation of colored wilcomot the tditorlol the; opinioni column.' of It would do much for the teenagers When Doris Fleeson remarked really stands out Is that fellow
Americans can see no consistency of today. We feel that on the beauties of with the stay-comb in his
hopes for hearings of long duration so ".d" in the Voico of tho
in dying in Vietnam but ooplo Column. Lofton mutt this would enlighten the students the White House garden afteran hair." This Is McNamara.
that opposition may build up against THE QUESTION OF school pray- not being able to live as citizens be fiend; end boor tKo writ- on local county and outdoors press conference, He has Impressed the president
what he sees as an effort to change the ers, established and forced by state full citizens, in many .,'. .dd.,., but ".", will state matters. Not only would he took the whole press corpson by his quick terse tactual -

First Amendment to the Constitution, law, has even become an "issue" in states in America.I .. withhold ihould' upon not .rtquoit..c.,4 250 Alain this keep us up on the teen a tour of the garden and answers to Johnson's
agree, to some extent, with news, but also on the dress demonstrated on the way that questions, and also by his pas
the one which provides a complete the Florida governor's campaign. It is word, end vtrto connot koutod.
those who would say that the Th. Lodgtr ".,... and other items of interest to he is one of the most enthuliticany sionate conviction that it .Is
separation of church and state. a fake issue, of course, Governors Impending civil rights bill goes tho fight to rojoct ony I."" the teenager. Ignorant gardeners in wrong to ask the Congress for
cannot vote in Congress; and state beyond established govern e, thorttn it. Opinioni of KATHLEEN SENIOR town. millions of dollars to maintain
WITH HISTORY full of the horrorof laws, even if they are enacted througha mental powers, and I would columnist; ond other contributor STUDENT COUNCIL And yet, effective as all this obsolete bases, and deceitfulto
..
also say that the (federal) oppoor oliowkoro is( he can sometimes -
politically
the bases need-
church interference in state affairs, governor's influence, cannot surviveif Mill ,.|.. pretend are
is the
government only that break all
agency EDITOR: I believe a Teen do things ed just to keep men in government
and vice versa, it is inconceivable that they are contrary to the federal left to cope with this great Page would definitely provea the normal rules of politics. jobs.

sane persons would want to tamper Constitution. problem. Our basic Institutions success . It should contain His announcement that he had The President would not
-the family church, and write a list of the 10>> smartest close another
that decided to long
matters educational
with the document which protects each Every campaign, it seems, must find prove even rule out McNamara asa
the school-have failed to convey people, who would be the discussions compiledby list of nonessential military
against the execesses of the other. Yet some ridiculous non-issue to bandy vice presidential possibility
to the members of society other nine? students, esssys, short Installations illustrates the McNamara's
there is alarming evidence, even aside about, perhaps to obscure the real issues that "all men are created 1. L. E.Bartow. stories, and poems . point. past today associations despite with the Republican -
from Rep. Sisk's testimony, that such and hide the real Jacts. This equal. The government is the ( ) RIGGY CRAIG No community ever thinks a Party
last hope. lucrative military installation
t" is the case. The Reverend Carl Mcln- happens to be the present one which We must decide which Is '_ EDITOR We, the,students is "nonessentiaL" Every one "I don't !know what Mr Mc.Namara's

tire, president of the International Florida must endure until all the votes more Important, the property of Kathleen Senler' High of them is a source of jobs past "associations.
Council of Christian Churches in Col- are counted. rights of Individuals, or the School, are very Interested In and money. Since Secretaryof may have been, the Pr sl-
human rights of fellow Amen Talent, Not a Teen Page in the Lakeland Defense Robert McNamaracame dent said "I have never been
can,. We must come to gilps Ledger. Students and faculty Into the Pentagon, 478 a man who believed in guilt
I' Changing Family Tree with this great problem either Race SympathyEDITOR have discussed this topic and installations have been closed, by association. But I think'
in the halls of Congress or in think It would be interestingand and every closing leaves political Mr. McNamara Is very aide,
Paleoanthropology, the study of man), may push the roots of that tree the back alleys of every .'ity : I was overwhelmed helpful. We would be gladto scars somewhere. very Imaginative and a very
and state In this nation. Until with Oscar' night in Holly Enclosed great American . who (will)
early man, sounds about as dry to back at least 1,800,000 years. we can Justifiably segegrste wood. The brilliant Sidney will participate.find a list of the 236 students you NOBODY KNOWS this better make the best president of the
most people as the old bones that What is even more revolutionaryis foxholes, then I cannot under Poitier won the best actor and faculty that will than Lyndon Johnson He has United States in the event he
make up its subject matter. Thanks that this pygmy man may have been stand segregation in our award, an honor he deserved help to promote this Idea. heard plenty of oppositionfrom was called upon to be presi
largely to the efforts of one man, how- more advanced than species which ap- other walks of life. more than any other In Holly- PAT TAYLOR his home state of Texas. dent. That Is the criterion I
2nd LL ROBERT HARRIS wood. He's truly a fine per- (Also 231 signatures' of Yet he has insisted that "we'renot would use for my own Judg-
ever, this science has been firing the peared hundreds of thousands of years former and
personality. Some faculty and students) going to run a military ment and I would hope the
imagination of the public at regular later .. seem to think the racial situation WPA. others would use. ."
intervals. A picture of the ancient world is contributed to his good EDITOR: Some people Accordingly, M additional This Is not "politics" In the
Dr Louis S. B. Leakey, a British emerging in which various strains of A QueryEDITOR fortune, but all who have seen think all teenagers are rotten Installations will be put on the narrow partisan sense, but it
this fine performer in the all the way through forgetting closed list and while this will Is very good politics In the
i anthropologist, has been scrambling men and near-men lived and strug : I have been curious movies !knew that this honor they were once teenagers. A bring the estimated savings to largest sense. And this Is the
over the rocky slopes of Olduvai gled with nature and perhaps with about something After was long past duo. I'm sure section in The Ledger would $548 million and turn back technique the President is usIng
Gorge in Tanganyika, Africa, for more each other and procreated and died. reading the "new" Ledger editorial this opens up a whole new era help teenagers and adults understand more than 1,000 aquare milesof more and more In these

than a generation. In recent years, he, One of the types resulted in modernman. page, I wonder this. In Hollywood. each other . land to the people, the political daily meetings with the public -
If you were to sit down and LLOYD HOLLAND C.L.W. consequences will not be .
and his chief assistant, his wife, have Which one, we do not yet know.

come up with finds that have revolu The question now is whether success ,

tionized our knowledge of modern will spoil Homo sapiens. Eitherhe

man's family tree. learns to get along with himself or 'Now Is Winter Of Discontent'snaii I

lIhis latest discovery, the bones of there won't be anybody around to

what he calls "Homo habilis" (able search for his bones someday
By RUSSELL BAKER CHORUS: FEAR him not. House dim with which to from certain. I tell you in PETROLEUM: WHY, good
The ( ) 'rbrjJock! times Phoenix for he Is an honor catch the voter's fleeting much confidence, sweat Richard my twice-nicked fellow nature
Who Does
I Deciding? WASHINGTON-Analysis of able man. So are you all, all whim. they like him not In the has so blended in him the
the political situation, written honorable men.PHOENIX CHORUS: There Is dark midcountry. that sceptr'd beltor qualities of mystery silence
"Your freedom to swing your arms books or plays "whose Ideological and after attending a Shakespearefilm : A man may 'business afoot this dawn, and corn. and enigmatic countenance

ends where nose begins" is a picturesque moral contents are antisocialist. festival. smile and smile and have 19>> tis unfinished still for here, CALIFORNIA GOTHAN: that no man can tell what
my The kicker in this is the CHORUS: Now Is the winterof million and yet a liberal be. anon, from seamed beds Nor like they three or so men passeth through his mind.
way of defining the limits of argument our diicon-_ nn _ _. Methinks he would take money stewed with rank ambition say.so much as me. They say that at his whelp-
individual liberty. word "we. It is certainly not to be tent made glorious from mine punt. He fancies walk abroad a lordly brace of PETROLEUM: Alas, thou ing stars paused in their
confused with "we, the people," who April by medicare too much and too nobles, hoping most what most hast been twice too often to course and the dead walked
The phrase is brought to mind by had nothing to do with selecting, preferring this sun of Texas much the U.N. fancies whichI fear most to hope, lest hope that well from which the unlocked from their graves

a report on an article by a Polish mag- or rejecting those in and all the fancy least lest fancy should too much revealed make most empty. handed return not foretelling deadlock that
power polls that !knit i but fancy prove. men fear that hope Is more empty-handed, but burthenedwith would uplift young Pennsyl-
azine editor. who try to tell them what they may the raveled CHORUS: Farewell brave than hope. the hatred of their com- vania to pluck at a crown. 1
,Replying to demands by leading think and what they may say. sleeve of fame Arizona. The stars in strange CALIFORNIA GOTHAM: rades who fain would quench fear him much. Hie us now
Polish intellectuals for a relaxation of In Poland, as in all other totalitarian do Certes, yea conjunction a land, graves Methinks, good Nelson thou their thirst. at cock's crow each our separate
censorship, Janusz Wilhelml!, editor of lands, the "nose" that limits freedom proclaim that yawn, lions roar and seers say hast been undone by thy CALIFORNIA GOTHAM: way ere evil eye detect
noble! Lyndon that this most evil clash upon cousin CabotPETROLEUM Twice nicked ls not slain, us and give the game away.
i "Kultura, explained that the "peri belongs to the government. It is not this--- the plain of California shall : TUSH! That sweet Petroleum. Pray tell CHORUS: Thus do I chorusto
meter of freedom" is determined by particularly sensitive and Is so long year be felled BAKER seal thy fate. Peace I Breakwe the polls bode ill tis true, but me what letters thou hast bear this history the sundry
the "historic needs" of the nation. that it pokes its way into matters that by Republicanof off! Comes now the sleep that matters are for that matter ing upon the mind I of our plots expose. Ask not the ending -

"We select, prefer and reject," he in a democracy are considered none woman born. less Texas, fresh from his settled firm betwixt my Irresolute Pennsylvania dour yet, I pray for only heaven
And now Instead of mount- revelry at dance floor and cousin and myself tis far Scranton. knows
wrote. What is rejected are those of its business. Ing stern alarums to fright the steering wheel. We shall behind

j souls of grim-vlsaged Gold- this arras stand and with
(
water; sweet Nelson; proud cunning ears absorb the bur.
Lodge, the noblest braham of den of our liege's mind. Potomac FeverBy
: LAKELAND LEDGER them all; the lean and hungry TEXAS: Bobby, or not
Scranton. and twice-cursed Bobby That 1s the question.
Nixon, cheated of future by Whether tit better in the JACK WILSON
I\ .1uN..r/*.D...* JOHN IPAT)".COW.,"',-,". VIMWorld's III dissembling television he capers spleen to suffer the Japes and
Imperial Polk.I, ,County alto RrNnll a.a CIIV.r, .Nm.TT NAAIMi 'r.T1R' .::: nimbly at the White gall of doubt that victory President Johnson says he'll drive poverty underground. Soon you'll

I, Citrus Center &$ jjjii0 -4' ..."_...,.a..'.,...'.,.Dir." tMa.oS' eNAR1a.rowan. House fence that coxcombs sweet was owed to stripling hear "a committee chairman demand; "Are you now or have you ever been
HUNT AuNIN1 .ICNA.. N.An may clasp his outstretched Jackanapes and bear the far poor?
.II.IY' :','*!!....wa M.n.a.rl... M.._N.N.y. hand and cry aloud, "this Is a dels and contumely that power *
man!" is heir, to, or with a bare Gov. Pat Brown (It unhappy because the unemployed from other states
Hark! who comes In russet bodkin prick staunch Hubert are flocking to California. He's going to
put up a great big statue with the Inscription -
f The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partments-686-1151 mantle clad? Forsooth, it Is sweet Minnesota, for this dear : "Give us your strong your rich, your upper classes."
the warlike Barry, impetuous task and tell young Boston. *
earl of Phoenix, come to brood "Shake not thy boyish locks
SUISCRIFTION RATES
TV Industry news: Whenever Barry Goldwater
gets ready to start a new
In solitary despair this at met"There
upon show he will be given prime time 7 to
630.
HOME DELIVER! :
; brooding battlement. Hollal! cornea a time In the

i On yoor . .. ...... $23.40 On. month ..... .. .. $ I.M Brave Phoenix! Stay and affairs of men when kings What do those movie Producers* want* ?* First .
they Liz and Richard
assail will! I pay
again our with must God's
once ears
tin month . .. ..... $11.70 Wk . . . . . . $ SThro cause why we by smiling Nelson thee, say wish not one Kennedy pray millions of dollars for acting and then sue them for millions of dollars for
: month $ '.IS On* y'or, iv mill .. . $2<.00 should affrighted be. morel Why man I do bestride acting up.
the bulb-dark White *
PHOENIX: Let me have House like a colossus. Hie me One scientist says there almost certainly' Is a primitive form of life m
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by men about me that are grim. now to the clever McNamara Mars. The foreign aid bill U being amended to conform.

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Yond Nelson has a lush and there some warlike budgets to *
toothy visage. He smiles too slice whereby to catch the Sen. Hubert Humphrey says the civil rights bill will protect Mrs. Olson
-G> much. Such men are dan- admiration of the crowd. Fare- too. Mrs. Murphy is a loveable character, but she doesn't run a tourist home
,eroUi. well! The thing's a White In Minnesota.

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I Tuesday April 26. 11(4 I

Safety Official Favors Compulsory Driver Education Is BassoonistIn ThereA LAKELAND LEDGER



Ledger By TOM Staff HUGHES Writer censed to drive an automobile enough quality that when a ';"W The 'Crowd?
a member of the National teen agar has successfully =:
I Everyone regardless of age, Safety Council said here )'ester. passed It, then we know that WINTER HAVEN-H there'sa KlNGSWOODPROTTJRi
should complete a driver edu day he has the working knowledgeof bassoonist In the area the
cation course before being 11- "By a course I mean 30 how to drive. i Winter Haven Papa Orchestra
hours in the classroom and six "A state should reach or exceed wants him. $
-- - hours behind the wheel of a the American Associationof The orchestra Is desperatelyin
car," Elbert Hugunin whose Motor Vehicle Administration need of a bassoonist, a
SHOP duties with the National Safety testa. Once the teenager '.':! Council are In the fields of demonstrates his know-how to : -. Anyone who qualifies may obtain -
WARNOCK'SFor driver licensing and traffic acci- drive a car then he should be further Information from
dent records. He Is In Lakelandto able to prove it I J Jl Mrs L. E. Helms in Winter Haven
lokilond'i Best conduct classes In connection "A 16-year-old could be given 4 Z94.J717, or from LaVerne
with a traffic workshop being a license at that time but when Smith In Lakeland. 686-1018
FURNITUREBUYS held here for officers he receives it, he1 should knowit
"Some persons would say that is a privilege and the license )p ,o iw
this can be done only In school should be given on a provisional
but the state can set up extension basis until he Is 21 "THAT RIGHT-
EVERY NITE and night school for an years of age By then he would ,
",
action program for adults he '"
have demonstrated his knowl.
: 9 said. edge of driving"

TILL P.M. Youths Included Observations Made NO BITE !I"IIJI

j MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I "The uniform vehicle code Hugunin who has also par
302 I. Momodol BM.Kf. supports the issuance of dri tlclpated In the New York Uni.
I .". Ave. I vers' licenses to youths at 16 verity traffic management surveys FRANK VESSELS,Jr,
"
Ml22222 years of age. I endorse that added these observationson .ted breeder ef Matter banes
I I also, but I think that the drivers other phases of traffic safe : sad peskiest el the Lee
license should be of high tySeat Ale..... Race Genre, i

Belts "T e National wrMe largest quarter
Safety Council thoroughly endorses ..... took Mar La.f
SEEFIRESTONE the use of seat belts in lack,CeIIf.......
all vehicles Our council said SAFITY COUNCIL MIMIIR MAKIS A POINT- llb.rt Hugunlii, monitor tilt National
that the use of seat belts could S..." Cooncll, OlcofO, makes point sheet rattle Mfoty .. Ko till te e treffle workikop clan
save 5,000 lives per year. .t the Lokolono1 Police Doportmont. Hu.u"l" te el..... ,....flI., and this menial, th." was
42 HOUR "One thing that seat belts do to fly Hell to Chic.... (Le4.., Ph.. by Hughot I MELLOW.MASHYELLOWSTONE
I Is to keep the driver from being
thrown out of the car when It'while others will do the speed tone. They don't know how fast avoid the trouble, I
TIRE Is rolling and it also keeps the I limit. If the speed limit on the they can react to a certain situation "Then the driver would relearn assn.
EVENT ADIN driver from falling onto the I road was brought up a bit then and they do not know from the mistakes he has'
the limitations of their can. tMI MUTK$T AMMieAN WHIftKIYKWTVCOT
steering column I the conflict might not be so made. This would put better:
Speed "Speed Is not the. We call it the field of 'I don'tknow' ITMISHT KXIUKW,M Moor I 101 PROOf KITTIEO-IH sown
SPORT SECTION PAGE 13 great killer many persons thinkit I real. '" drivers on our nation's highways WniUO I.KJTTUD. IT WUOOTTWU OISTUUI COlMllVIUWUSIOIia.! ..
---
Drivers "Drivers on a '
Is. .whole don't know their limits- The Aged-"Periodic checkups -drivers who know" how to ...-.-..... ... .--...,
"Most persons don't want to of everyone's driving ability act in emergencies A /
get into trouble on the highways during their time for renewal is ItBnntb/iS(, ANNUALS tlvmmcrIJreS
Hire but they fail to realize that a 'Missing'Pilot a highly recommended Idea. I "It'\\.
car can run away from them License tests would vary ac. FSC StudentTo /* %* J\ )
"Speed as such is not harmful cording to the Individual's condition -
Charles L. CooperAs it's the persons behind the Lands SafelyAt S Ij
wheel that let the vehicle run "License bureaus could give Present : TiiiVa1 I
: away from them that are harm Georgia PortMIAMI the tests Inside..sight, speech -" ,
Your Tax CollectorA. ful. written-and also the tests out 'lrN1YlAR''rx.flyARNUNO, oltil've.. or .sn ssftNnal fr"''
I
r1 side driving if the occasion Piano RecitalWilliam 1. '\1 ., 'J .......Jtf'". "oj;" .
IT Conflict Harmful (AP)-An aviator who w...... ; .,, .
yea Accuittn! Jr Adminbtr.tio.back5r.usd. I arises .... .....' '.;..,I .., ,
I Cause of accidents-"Conflict took off from Atlanta Ga.. to Eltzroth of Martins-
I. Oporotot H. Bvimoii to compote with set up on the roads is most deliver a plane to Fort Lauder- Schools Important viHe, Ind., year-old piano student
T..p.y.ra. harmful. For example, if the dale was reported safe *t Way "Doctors would also figure of Ray Dudley at Florida
C. Will H 'ull.TI,... Collector. speed limit is 35 miles per hour ross, Ga., after running into into the situation and when a Southern College will present a

IN. ..... A*..) and the road Is four.laned, some bad weather person is told that he should recital Thursday at 8 p.m. in
persons will be going at 45, Dick Schenck of Fort Lauderdale not drive anymore then he _Annl____on _Pfeiffer nn_
said his friend pilot Vin'should be forced to obey his Chapel on the
cent Trlppodo 28, met storm doctor's instructions There is college
-ELECT SPESSARD L. conditions over Jacksonville no use of driving himself to A scholarship campus
Monday night! and turned back death or endangering 'the lives student, Eltzroth .. i S I '
landing_. at the Georgia city of others received his early !
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Errent Drivers The States In
1 training
MOVED TO should make more use of Improvement I
I ndianapoliswhere
I II I schools on the city
II
118 W. LEMON ST. he was a
I I level before the drivers are ask.
a Lanier Upshaw ed to visit a state official for symphony prize l" t
consultation. winner and ap-

I Cut"_ lass.M.ww"I .Ift' .,.... I "The schools would find out neared In an allGenhwln 4'V
. .. Ar..w 'ft".ft" ,what the trouble is and how tow con- ELTZROTH ,1p
rd r.Ntf01 Age. b .. 0evnly ,," .._ rued cert with orchestra -
t
: playing "Rhapsody In ') is
"
Blue

Last year he was featured In
recital in Indianapolis' Wllklng

Auditorium,
His program will Include:
"Praeludlum" (Partita No IJ]
by Bach "Sonata" from Opui
S3 (Waldstein) by Beethoven"Iunerailles"
by Liszt, 'Dlabol
,
Ic Suggestions" by Prokofieff, +I :
and ""Concerto" from Opus :5 s<
by Schumann-a duo piano number u A S

with Dudley,

The public Is invited ? : -


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t NORMAN Okla (AP) Jet 1

A w a iair'7Gti + planes that soon will ride herdon
wIu Oklahoma tornado clouds
a also will make an additional
% w study of electrical dischargesthat

have been plaguing com-
1 merlcal airliners lately

Neal Ward, research meteorologist
e with the National Severe
'' Storms Laboratory here said
-5'------
i s Monday planes that will observe 4

and, In some Instances, penetrate
storm clouds Include a
1'r 4 Navy FYI and an Air Force
F100 and BIT A U2 craft basedat
Edwards Air Force Base,
riI Calif., will fly over the turbulent
a 'h p ask a weather

"The planes will be prepared Cool ComfortobU ','
for lightning strikes to deter
mine what part of the cloud and
Summer Fashions . .
what stage of the storm Is more
likely to produce the flashing
discharge," Ward said
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II LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, April 28, 1X4Jtct's

I Keep I Four Southern Students Haley Hopes LBJ Regime Has Plan For Cuba


MONROEBRANNEN WASHINGTON-"W. are told ti-aircraft missiles Involved are to mean that American retaliation wlU agree, endlessly tolerant of terred in our present policy of
II Awarded Scholarships in Washington that the Administration capable of shooting down highflying will be swift-but tailoredto Castro's aggression But there'reconnaissance a our only assurance -
anticipate the possibility American reconnaissance the magnitude of the offense must be a limit to patience, and against establishment of
Four Florida Southern College calved a $3.000 scholarship from In other words, our response to I missile Installations, or oth
I I of a new Cuban crlsil planes Castro has threatenedto that limit may well be reached new
I seniors, all top students, Vanderbilt University, Nashville,,, within six weeks or so, and ha' do Just that-despite fair will the shooting not be invasion down of, at an aircraft one ex In the next few weeks. We I er Red military build-up is In strictly Cu
then
have been awarded scholarship Term, where she will study fomaster's r 'warning from President John should-as the President has I ba. What happens I
I made contingency plans to meet ,treme, nor will it be mere dIplomatic . Castro'
'. SHERIFF for graduate studies at leading, a degree In botany threats on either the military or son that these flights are essential : protest at the other ex -Implied we- will-continue -unde- up- to __ _- r
;universities. Three other seniors have received to our security and that a'serlous' treme. Retaliation might, for
I; front. I would !
l Carol Caudle of Boonvllle, diplomatic certainly view will be, taken of '
lr ; instance, take the form of wip
appointments as assls "
'/ NC., a biology major, has re- hope so, U.S. Rep.lamel any interference. I ing out the particular base from RESTAURANT FEATURE
ants in mathematics while working A. Haley said in -his newslette 'While the Administration'splans !which any missile or missiles
on their master's degrees from the Capital. for dealing with any such'were fired against us," Rep
THRIFTY CITY'S They are Thomas 0. Hand of "The truth is that If the Com interference obviously are secret Haley said.( : WEDNESDAYSOUTHERN 1
\ Lakeland, who will serve at It can be assumed that If "We have been I
munist masters of Castro's Cuba ._ am sure youKlNGSWOOD !
a trlgger Castro does
-happy
WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Indiana State College, Terre
back up his big talk by firin shoot down one of our planes
Haute; Barbara Lowry of Winter on United States reconnalssanc after securing control of the '
Perk Park, whose appointment Is at planes, they will be offering an missile systems-probably about . lJ,.; (:r FRIED CHICKEN
MORt l 1 ,'QUALLrY I : : o'MOkf Purdue University, Lafayette, opportunity for which vast numbers May 1 this would compel
+ ., Ind.; and Joan Golliday of of Americans-both North prompt retaliation against Cuban .
lEAtuRtS.Wood. Sykesville, Md., who will be at and South-have been Itching anti-aircraft bases at least.
since the Bay of Pigs There are 24 of these locations, BRING A 2 $100fRIEND \
the University of Florida. Installation of Russian ballistic each with six firing sites. Sp: Jotr ,4il FOR
iib ,
iml The three mathematics ma ( missiles In Cuba was an Retaliation Hinted i ,
lore have completed advanced aggressive act, fully justifying : TAtE
GARDEN work In differential equations,I armed Intervention on our part "Some officials say guardedlythat
POWER MOWERSWITH TOOLS numerical analysis and 24 hours rhis was withheld when Premier In the words of Gilbert and ',RIPR. SENT T1Y.i4I. ( UGGETT-TOUCHTON DRUG STORE
beyond calculus under Dr. B. P Sullivan, 'the punishment will
THE 5 YEAR Khrushchev agreed with President ...... . ... fir Shopping Center
Plnk.Vollow Reinsert, who headed the FSC Kennedy on removing the fit the crime' if Castro moves '" : -=-; Downtown Southgate
SERVICE AND 6rewn.Tareuoha mathematics department for 30 missiles and some of his troops, against us. This could be taken I

REPLACEMENT GUARANTEEtfiitweam haadl.e years until his partial retire. called 'technicians' .- !'::J1... .,' / .;..:f..;j.W'f .,*:'W'.'= "'1\:; 11IiIfi u. :U_. ---- ]IiIM:,
ment last
49Si year.
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__. --=-- S,.C 0 00.I For the last two years Miss Promises Not Kept a
,i I ', j lO-oi. Caudle has been one of the "But as proof of good faith,
student assistants In a biotic Khrushchev promised on-site Inspection -
\ Plastic study of Central Florida's plan t -a promise which (like
t GAS ROTARY Tumblers and animal life, sponsored by most Russian promises) was
Exclusive Choice [\ l j the National Science Foundationand never kept. Air reconnaissance, I
underdeck of Colon conducted by Dr. MargaretL. while less than a totally satis- b 4a
minute Gilbert, heard of the FSC biology factory substitute, became our !
wash department. only recourse in a lean-over- !
backwards effort to keep peace,"
ea. Haley said"Now I'
M While They Last! France Red China Khrushchev has
anI I
Limit 2 to
a pounced the transfer of Russian i .f
Customer artillery in Cuba to Castro's
con-
Tell Of NamingOf trot and the final withdrawal of I WHITEWALL TIRESBLACKWALL
Sunbeam Easy Start and4cycleengines r
LAWN most of the Kremlin's technl-
.Visual AmbassadorsPARIS ian-troops The advanced an- 3
oil gauge 8488 i
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Easy power controlExclusive W (AP) France and Court Agrees ;
e Piggyback eo. Red China announced the appointments I PRICES
ROW R SPREDER
optional equipment LIMITONEI of their ambassadors . To Rule On I ,
to Peking and Paris yesterday -
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three months after they Mixed Marriages rti
established diplomatic relations.
All Purpose Red China chose Huang Chen WASHINGTON (AP-The ,
50 Ib. Bag c a diplomat who formerly was a preme Court agreed su-I; 50
I 87 major general in the Chinese to rule on validity of Florida $
FERTILIZERTYPE Communist army. He Is one ofsix prohibiting marriages between ti s p
deputy foreign ministers egroes and whites. The law.also . 650-13 WhitewollTubiUtt '
11s age was not given [ make it a crime for '
France named Lucien Paye, gro man and white woman, i
41POLOROID 7. who recently has been ambassador white man and Negro Ne-I t Plus Tex And
$179 to Senegal. to habitually occupy the (A eld tire oft your
FILM served minister of *
Paye as room at night. t car.
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The ruling was asked by Dewey s
Compare at 52.29"femora --- - -
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,"I A. : ', Ensign Dean Marries Mother-Daughter Tea

fourth Annual 'Bring A Book Coffee'


Miss Gregory, Kentucky Scheduled TomorrowDixieland

Elementary Girl The decor will follow the
At
> Sorosis Club On ThursdayThe Ann PADUCAH Gregory became Ky.-Miss the,Mary brideof Scouts, Junior Girl Scout Girl Scout colors, green and
Troop 235 and Brownie Troop
.
Ensign Patrick Donovan white, with touches of yellow
fourth annual 227, all of Southwest Neighborhood
of Bring A Book observance -. Juvenile Detention Home in prison, Children's Rehabilitation ine Taylor, will greet members yesterday morning at a Nuptial will have a mother gold. The Junior scouts will
Cof.ee" Bartow for suitable books for Ranch and the Baptist In. and guests in the receiving High Mass at St. Thomas
the event toward their
will be held at the Soro- daughter tea tomorrow at 3:30 apply .
girl Inmates
ages, 12-16 years. stitute. line. More Church. The Rev. Joseph .
,is clubhouse on Lake Morton p.m. at Polk Federal community hospitality badge.
Mrs. W. L. Jackson, president W. Saffer
Jrive. Thursday at 10 a.m. Books Repaired Chairman of Somali Club, and Mrs. performedthe room, Southgate. It Troop 235 leaders are Mrs. I

Members of Sorosis Club Through the efforts of Soro Mrs. Jennings Bryant Is Art S. Witmer, vice president The ceremony.bride la the daughter of was announced that this Is the Howard Wyncoop and Mrs. ,
and the general public are invited sis members, books have been chairman of "Operation Bookshelf Emeritus of the Florida Fed. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Gregory first tea sponsored by the Paul Downing. Mr I. William \
to attend and to con- evaluated and repaired when members of her neighborhood. Dicks and Mrs. Francis Breg-
; com
eration of Women's Clubs, will Ensign Dean's parents are _ _ _ !
inbute a book or books, text necessary and has Mrs. ler leaders of the I
delivery mil tee are Dwight Cut. preside at the coffee table. are Brownie j
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Deanof
ftiooks or worthwhile maga. been arranged. The following singer and Mrs. George Ward. Mrs. Arthur S. Emlg will Lakeland Fla. Rebekah Party troop.
rme. Books need not be new schools and institutions have Mrs. W. S. Irvin, chairman of review the book, "China Coast Troop organizer for Dixieland! \\1
The bride's Was of imported
l>ut should be in good condi been recipients of Somali the house committee and her Family" by John C. Caldwell gown Set Thursday school Is Mrs. William L
tion. Such magazines as the books: Avon Park Rehabilita. members will be In charge Dr. Robert MacGowan will Swiss organza over Jones, who may be reached at 11
{Geographic. U.S. News and tion Center Lakeland Public of thecoffee.. present "The Poetry Hour" aatln. She carried a bouquetof Sunnlland Rebekah' Lodge 686-3745 for Information on ; 1

World Report, News Week and schools Including Rochelle High Mrs. Guerry Dobbins, chairman gardenias, interspersed with will sponsor a games party Scout work In Dixieland.
Time are acceptable.The School and Negro grade of the hospitality committee lilies) of the valley. Thursday at 8 p.m. at the
purpose of this In- schools. Polk County Juvenile assisted by the follow Rose Show Mrs. Richard Dean, bridegroom's Lakeland Federal communityroom 5Q .ClClJ = : !

gathering is to supply schools, Home Girls' School in Ocala, ing new members, Mrs. Young sisterLlaw, was matron Pine Street. A door ,
{libraries, the Boys' Club and Okeechobee School for Boys, Bishop, Mrs. F. R. Clayton. ChairmenAnnounced of honor. Her dress was prize as well as prizes for high pictureframing
I public institutions with good Lakeland Art Guild Inc., Negro Mrs. Arfin Gaaserud Mrs. of moss green linen, and she score will be awarded.
( reading material. A request City Lllbrary. Florida George M. Helnzman Miss carried a bouquet of white -- -- Refreshments will be served.

I has been received from the State University. Polk County Ruth Olsen and Mrs. Kather. California shasta daisies and !MRS. PATRICK D. DEAN Donations of 50 cents will be

English IvyAttending. collected.

cqQ.. !JJL ctaJudand /Mrs. John R. Wright, gener. best man was the Michael bridegroom Down as Gregory home. Miss Nell Tabor 1'- - -. MATS

al chairman of the ImperialRose ing of Lakeland. Ushers were of Tifton, Oa, Invited

Society's rose show to be Kenneth Hyatt of Canton, Ga., guests to sign the bride's book. NONGLAREPORTRAIT

I Readers Explain What They held May 9 and 10 in the lob- and Lee Windham Gregory, The couple will reside in
by of the new People's Bank, bride's brother. Quantico, Va.Polk MONROE GLASS

has announced the show committee Melinda Dean, bridegroom's

Like And Dislike About MenBy Mrs. chairmen C. C. Cook as,follows cochairman : wore nil'Ce.a was dress flower of white girl.eyelet She Medical BRANNEN Ashe Photo

: Dr. R. W. Prevatt. edu.
over green chiffon and carrieda Assistants Assn.
I U cational display; Lt. Col. V. E.
basket of rose petals. Service
g
JOSEPHINE LOWMANI do this, she is only hurting some men use on their hair. Wood, Judges; Mr. and Mrs. reception followed at the Elects OfficersNew
G. E. Borde Jr, staging; Mrs.R. _ .
have had the most won herself, and they can't help At least hair spray doesn'trub SHERIFF 1049 South Florida
derful time reading the letters her by doing the same thing off" C. Herndon, placement, Fellowship Class officers of Polk County
William Kemp, Mr. 688.1321
which have come since I she is doing." "I admire a man who is at. properties; Medical Assistants Association
and Mrs. W. P. Castleberry, To Elect Officers
asked women to write to me Miss OpinionI tentive and courteous to his classification. have been announced as follows -
and tell what they find wife on social occasions." .
attractive me and unattractive in think that Miss Opinion hasher When friends mention ex- Mrs. C. W. Inman, entries, Wesley Fellowship Class of : Mrs. Eldlne Reddick, I
feet right on the ground! boyfriends should husband Mrs. P. E. Naylor, arrangements Wesley Memorial Methodist Auburndale, president; Mrs.I .
why
men. I want to share this fun a
Barbara Smith, Lakeland,
and Inspiration with you and Another quote starts: "MY be jealous? After all, he pre-entry; Mrs. R. P. Church will elect officers at
friend ReIch awards Mrs. Donald the meeting tonight at 8 o'- president-elect; Mrs. Mildred
the men who read "Why says that her husband ended up with the prize'I" ; WEDNESDAYSPECIAL
Grow Old?" might also listen says she spends money like "I don't admire the man Kaplan, clerks; Mrs. Herndon, clock at the home of Mrs. Anderson, Bartow, Vice president

in Here are some quotes from it's going out of style tomorrow who is too tired to take the publicity; Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Vance Lanier, 724 El Paseo. ; Mrs. Dot Richardson, I
these letters. and when she offers to children for a walk, but is Weston hospitality; Mr. and Devotions will be presented by Lakeland, re-elected recording
go to work, he says, 'Over NOT too tired to walk miles on Mrs. C. J. McCully, advance Mrs. Milton Maclin. secretary; Mrs. Louise Ivey,
17 old but I
'I am years my dead body' the golf course." tags; and Dr. Inman, schedule Members needing transportation Winter Haven, corresponding
seem to have an opinion on Another: "When out visiting "I admire the man who Is are to call 686-4771. secretary; Mrs. Frankie Ru-
_._
almost everything that comes --- -- -- --- -- bellng, Lakeland, re-elected
anywhere and snacks are tender and gentle without
any
along so here goes.'I free my husband eats like fear of damaging his image treasurer; and Mrs. Madge ONLY

like for boys and men to there is no tomorrow. lie as a he-man. All real men are Say, Lakeland, board member
be themselves, the BEST of wouldn't think of tipping a like this" '

j themselves. If a girl is goingto faithful paper boy like he doesa "Give thanks for those men % Delegates elected to the

like you. It's better for her hat check girl." who are thoughtful In seemIngly t Florida Medical Assistants 1 1-RACK
to like you for what you are Ninth annual convention In
have
"I a dandy man myself small ways, but in really ,
than for what you pretend to He Is so smart he cannot Important ways. Few women Fort Lauderdale, May 15.17,
be or what she wants to think fix anything. He doesn't know upend their life's blood longing are Mrs. Betty Crews, Mrs. DRESSES \

you are. how. Our oldest daughter has for diamonds. All they Ollie Chatham, Mrs. Smith and
---- -- - ---- --- Mrs. Laurel Welcht all of I
'One thing that really irritates fixed the toaster, the washing really need la to be told that ,
LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, April 28, 1961! 7
me is for boys to get machine and the iron" they are loved, to be remembered Lakeland, and Mrs. Reddick. REDUCED
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and talk about 'tint Alternates are Mrs Marge ,
together Maybe your husband is once In a while with
girl who I Is always spreading smarter than you think, especially flowers, to be told that they Auxiliary Club Officers Farenwald, Lakeland, and I
gossip' If that girl wants to when he has a daughter are beautiful In the eyes of the Mrs. Ruby Powell, Bartow.

| who can fix things It's lucky man they love and to be givena Are AnnouncedThe Officers will be Installed $898 $1198 I

for you too, that she can I helping hand when they Officers Have next Tuesday, time and placeto
"I dislike the grease or oil need it." "Red Hot Trotters" be announced.
Phillips Fabrics
square dance group electedthe
VALUES TO $20.00No
1066 S. Florida DATE BOOKEditor's Been Elected following officers: Gus Shelley Boones
Ph.". MU 3.3211SARAN Krus, president; Chuck Cummlngs .

I financial secretary, To Be HonoredShelley
ST. CLOUD-At the District Exchange! No RefundsRACY'S
r Thit Wuk'i SpecIal' JJdj 9D > 9flCtthflq 4 meeting of Ladies Auxiliaryto Mrs. Nettye Kurucz, recording
secretary; Mrs. Hazel Reed,
J Low ChairWEBBING Veterans of World War I, Boone, candidate for
I I publicity Mrs. Mary Ellen
;
( Note Beginning during the following week USA, held at the American Legion Johnston, social chairman; superintendent of public instruction

I 1 Sunday May J. the Date Book should be submitted In writing Hall last weekend, the Mrs. Melba Lewis, membership of Polk County, and
124! I
t". I and Religious Calendar will to the Date Book editor ,by following officers were elected chairman; and Mrs. Lo- his wife, Fancheon, will be @ m
I, ,lot HI do lh. |lob I be published In the Sunday Wednesday noon for the SUnday land Installed? Winslow chair. honored at a; coffee Friday
rene telephone
far you edition of The Ledger only edition.) '"Mrs. Prestle Huntington/ man. from 10 a.m. 'to noon at the ... 209 E. Main

-- I Notices of meetings to be held president; Mrs. Frances Bred. The group observed Its firstannlver.ary Club.Lakeland Yacht and Country ,
- 1 TODAVLAMILANO eken Lakeland senior vice Downtown
recently with a Hostesses will be Mrs. W Opt Frl. XMrk/kteS
tin .l tkrlind 01001 Wnn cuba, Clitk, t JO president; Mrs. Dorothy Stan- covered dish supper and Western R. Ross, Mrs. J. C. Llchlytcr, I N.gkr Till 3 k4t.5L./ lok.Und
REBUILD lAKSkAND TOAIYMAITIIO'CLII5. baugh, Klsslmmee, Junior vice
TD'MATTRESS 7 pm. ..t Mvchtli Aa.tsu.rant style square dance at IMC Mrs. Shelton Bass, Mrs. A. M.
Any mo 'lnUr..itf tan Join. president: Mrs. Harriet E park for members and their
Mrs. E. P. Thomas
I 30 LA''LAND a m >l "'IXeWANGS. c dtl _C...L.US...10. Schweitzer: Lakeland treasurer families and guests. Mr. and and Hyde.Mrs C. Miller.Newcomers. II
'i", 5UMMACI aiLi. a.on.ori b ; Mrs. Edna Moore, Lake Mrs. Jack Benz were callers. I
WI CAN RtMAKI YOUR OLD MAT. Ttmpl.. Kmuaxt 3JI N. K.mwkr Wales Mrs. Marie
chaplain;
'. TRESS TO II AS GOOD AS NIW 1 AtHLUIN" LOast III. ,.... Hogarth, Lake Wales, conductress Club INVESTMENT IN HEALTH
.. AT A FRACTION OF THI ORIGINAL ,,iI.d pommunlc.tioo, to .onf.r M ... Dinner Slated
PRICI. tnrtt .t 7 30 p m ; Mrs. Dqrls Long, Lakeland Winners ToldCard I
... stone STAMP CLUO
btwmtnt
guard, Mrs. Hazel Coll-
t Uwoolls Buildlm, civic Coal, Lakeland Alumnae chapter,
Wo S.ll Foam Rybbor" '.""i", .yFIRESTONI {:JO pm louriiU All itwnp, lnIt.d eoiiaetor, ,. icludttii yer, parliamentarian; Mrs. Pi Beta Phi, sorority will have winners at the Newcomers PAYS HIGHEST DIVIDENDSBy

sad WYNN REST S. 1O'lnf SHOITHAND CLINIC, ,5O to S 35 Mary Box, secretary; and its annual Founders' Day din. Club were: Mrs. Maud
mada I I.. our awn lottery. p in. ii Loinisra SoUn.,. rn.utut. Mrs. Opal McKeever, histor
.0 win, tMiuorx 5, La.. ner tonight at 6.30: o'clock at Evans Mrs. Fred Webber,
FN.I. & .'.M.-EAr TERMS A tB: :Dl. r, luttofikl a.ntartu ian. the home of Mrs. Robert M. Mrs. Ruth Garland and Mrs JOHN COLEMAN, Reg. Ph.{ B.S. Ph.

WfONItOAVLAKILANB Installing officer was: Mrs. Akey, 2133 Reaney Road. The R. II. Engelking, bridge; Mrs.
OMINI CLU. ...." Myrtle Schwensen department event Is In honor of the late Ben Crume and Mrs. Val
M in. Kit ClaD the
WYNN MATTRESS >t 13 lLAKIIAND b" Of course, no one wantsto same professional attl
ART CLUa oil point- president of New Smyrna Fannie Thornton, who helped Schmidt, canasta. tude by your Independent
1427 New AuburndoU Hwy. MU 3-4932 t{:i ,au.,!, .lB:H..ltoZ. oil.rn.pinnhlnipi!Mr. Unt Beach; assisted by Mrs. Grace organize the sorority In 1867 Chairman for the May 8 be sick nor have the expense Member Pharmacist Is thr I
1 .,.. si It .. will be A. C. that Is Incurred by
till llf. >nd Borw.il dm' oil pilot-a. Klmmell and Mrs. Lu Bruce, Pi Beta Phis in Polk County meeting Mrs most profitable bargain It II
I Ctai ins fm's In. flldp 7 lo ,10 p rtnll m Initrutior ln twuon t- both of Orlando, and Mrs. are expected to attend and Patterson. Officers will be sickness N 0 doubt the your home. Your Independent I

p StilL a... Mrr.p.lj .1 i'tflhlilOtfit-o UoMboosnh,, 1itdTn: Irene Heilman and Mrs Leslie bring their special gourmet elected The Installation lunch money used to pay fur your Pharmacist wishes you
Ioodtrlck: AlmrlLASILANO Phillips, both of St. Petersburg dish. eon will be May 22 at noon at prescriptions could have well at all times, natural

( SHELLEY BOONE penn.i 1 pm IIIMM.II,t 510400145 CLIJS 59454.ran" --- ---- the Cadet Restaurant ( been used to buy somethingyou ly, but when and If illness

Ills. CI.I. Cooti.Religious. j jrn wanted considerably .strikes, they wish to remind

I I more: a box of cigars, a you that the few dollars
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ASKS YOU
to I 4 454(5 / bottle of perfume, an eve you spend for your prescriptions

,,,..- : GroupI lli1dltL . ning out, etc. However, of will restore your
what value are all these health. These dollars todaycan
EXAMINE KlNGSWOOD
"luxuries" without the good purchase the most ef.
L Meeting Calendar I LAKELAND GENERAL health to enjoy them? What fective and powerful drugsnot

THE HOSPITAL possession Is more valuable? available at any price
The price you pay for your years ago. The next time
'
TODArA'OtTOlIC Mr. and Mrs. William IDasmger .
Is Invest visit
OIOII prescription an you your pharmacist,
".""""1' *lv sfB RECORD x P"COIIIIIIIIUNIT" """"i "Ii* If a restaurant Is ment in health and Investment look for the of the
In future well. POLK COUNTY PHARMACEUTICAL .
your
.26.pm..,1"home" ._01"OLI 54s. H.1l1e 54,555.5401.7 30.. 24.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles L. under par, don't scold I being. For this I reason SOCIETY. It Is ;

You Will Find Vast CH"'I" LUTH."A". D.ar, .. Walker Mulberry IOn April the person who suggested alone your prescription your guide-post to devoted j'
ImprovementIn u ' 1 f::: ux'1. *"110. I 24.Mr. It, :. *. >, ** M. odkUSPECIALS > 'I thoughtfully written out by and friendly service-your
PNISSY5.A0. and Mrs William R. your doctor and filled with investment in HEALTH! .
1'roo. 1ua. .., !
SKr-1" 'on Hartman, 2228 E. Main St., -
Polk County's Public Schools floor CHUIOTIAH. tWp I .
braid
'santa.' son, April 24.
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APOStOLIC Mr. and Mrs. Charles R.
II S I.'545.0r454 .J..'ILe.. alehl.CHOOL 11 ..Ult Matheny, 2521 Meadow Lane, YOUR PRESCRIPTION
*' ** INi* > 24.
COMMITYSi, *: ""I"-"' ..". son April I JEWELRY FILLED WITH CARE
I i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn N.
This PROGRESSIVE BETTERMENTIn nmr ..
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Editors note: This .Is the fifth peared at the same Kiwanis ways borne out In the heat of opening remarks-tie delivered!ews said. "And he also - -- ----

By ROBIN MANNOCK In a series of .articles on the meeting In Miami. Mathews said campaigning-Mathews said he!In his drawl that Is sprinkled ises to cut spending." prom:1

1 LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo campaigns of the six democratic he began hitting hard at what believes comparison to be right with crumbs from the Florida And then Mathews Let's Keep A Businessman
(AP) On June 30, the Congo's candidates for governor of Flor he calls "Dickinson's phoney and proper. cracker-Mathews discussed a cueing Issues, outlining hii
fourth Independence Day, this Ida 'promises" and Burns' "lack of "Isn't that what the people are cartoon strip entitled tin "Flor campaign platform point b>

j vast focal point of Africa will understanding of state government doing?" he asked. "It is what ida Family Dickinson" and the point to his coffee-sipping audi In Polk's Delegation .
: become independent In fact as By CHARLES STAFFORDJohn ." they should do." principal character, whom he ence.iKlNGSWOOD. ,
well as In name The last for. E. (Jack) Mathews' A John Mathews' comparisonboils Said has labeled "Super Bud.
Humor EffectiveThe
, eign soldier of the blue-helmeted campaign for governor is heading down to this: He quote He noted that the strip! for the , ,
United Nations army will have for election day like a car something the other candidatehas humor, he said, "Is a part day showed Dickinson and his
gone. moving from a dead stop on a said. He comments on It, of life." He added, "I've usedit daughter standing before the, ... ,J ,t i,
What happens then? cold morning to cruising speed usually with caustic humor. And in my law practice, and I've state capitol. Mathews said:
on the open road. then he explains his own stand.A used it in the Legislature. Lots "His daughter says, 'are you :
The Congolese say this Is a His Is a campaign with a Mathews' comparison Is not of times you can Illustrate a going to work here, daddy?' I o + .5
country of surprises, and they broad sense of humor, but a humor -gentle with his opponent. point better with humor than l
are right. Uneasiness Is an occupational that often cloaks the hard It boils up out of his competitive anything else" "Now if' she has a doubt about SPRQir ,
whether he is going to Work, J.
disease of Congo res :
jab of a highly competitive mapat spirit, the legacy of a fiery, And Mathews, who claims that what should the voters think" '
idents. one of his five opponents.In red-headed John E Mathews Sr. he always wakes up' and
Soldiers Went On happy He chided Scott for al $1'A
Rampage Kelly
a hotel room in Tampa on a who was a justice of the Florida has never in his life had a head- ,
In July 1960 Congolese soldiers -I promise to four-lane U.S. 17 In
Mathews re- Court
morning
recent Supreme
ache, Is in '
always high humor. R.EPREsntrA1'IV '
,
drunk on looted beer, called the campaign of Dave North Florida. "That makes ,
While other candidates say Mathews has shifted
raped and killed. Tens of thou Sholu for governor and. how it they don't campaign this way, once more, believing, like gears Gov. about 9,000 miles of road"he has .. ,.. ... ... ...' .......
I sands of terrified Belgians fled, promised to four lane Math- r
Itself left its mark on him. but only on their own qualifications -Sholtz, that elections are won in --- - - _
shattered
, and the
I Into warring Congo factions That, "I was about 12 at the time," a statement that Isn't al- the last three weeks I i i r
said the state senator from "You can't keep : 1
a person NOW I
brought the U.N. here. / ?
months before 11- "
Jacksonville. "Two ,
It's been a long, hard haul Pravda fired up about a baseball pennant \
said It Again :
election, they was
back to something vaguely resembling -' race, a football season, or confident, carefree
all over. They said Sholtz didn'thave anything for a long time," he I
normal. The '
Congo
Blasts LeadersOf t f
is nation a chance. said. "I've been soft selling ; :,, .t FRONTFOCUShearing
today one again.
rJr 1, ,
Granted peace, the economy' Race Provides Plan ideas. But the little guy wantsto I
I will soon be on the road to "But he that race." Red China know, 'what is he going to do I"'I MI, ...
won if he Is elected '
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recovery.Yet unity Is fragile. Revolts That race provided the plan MOSCOW (AP) The Communist "Now I'm stressing the Is "" with new
Mathews
for the campaign "
threaten, flare up or smolder. last October till the end party organ Pravda sues.
Government stability often From ripped into Red China's leaders Mathews had begun the morning BeItoneeFRONl'EARConcentrated
It in low
of was
January gear.
hangs by a thread of conflicting Mathews said the work was again yesterday, accusing with a breakfast for 51 key
tribal loyalties. But predictions them of having a contemptous campaign workers In the Tampa microHEARING GLASSES
strictly organizational. research: on
attitude toward area. He explained to them how
of disaster In the Congo have an peace.
"At that point, you're Just he was shifting now In the phone position by Bclton engineers *
coming gears
encouraging habit of not The accusation was containedIn result in FRONTEAR Now discover improved
speech
spinning your wheels if you'renot final weeks of the ;
true. I 'a front-page editorial dedicated campaign to Fronl-Focus Hearing. discrimination, the all-important
The first soldiers will be gone in low gear, Mathews said. to the 15th anniversary of discussion of issues fRONTEAR'S tiny, high-/ddel ability not Just to bear sounds,but Elect
by May 13 and at the end of "There was no use discussing what Pravda called the "peace Cartoons Draw Jibe ity microphone "facet forward" to undtniand word clearly.
, the first week in June, only theo Issues or ideas at that time. The champions movement." I Just II yodo.. FRONTEAR puts Come in for a demonstration of
will average person could care less He moved on to a women'scoffee "on for the sounds Beltone
Leopoldville garrison re "The Chinese splitters, who you target" FRONTEAR Hearing
main. Potential flashpoints like six months before election" look with contempt on the I. at the plush Palma Ceia you want to hear-you are not Oliraes and.or a precision i electronic
\ copper-rlch Katanga, where After the qualifying deadlinein struggle of the peoples for golf and country club. In his bothered by distracting sounds bearing test on i Beltone I BEN HILL GRIFFINYour

memories of secession are still February, the campaign shifted peace, transfer their subversive from behind. audiometer It's FREE at

fresh, will be bare of U.N. Into second."I activity to the world move- 1- RAY BERWALD, Distributor
troops. wasn't well known around ment of peace champions too,"I
Come what may, the soldiersare the state," said Mathews, "The ,Pravda said. State Senator
determined never to return.,principal pitch was trying to get I "One cannot fail to see that I -- BeIio1te: HEARING SERVICE
"We are getting out," declared -people Interested in Jack Mathews the actions of the Chinese rep- ,
one high U.N. official. who he was and what his resentatives in this movementare 207 E. Lemon St. Ph. 682-3450
Nevertheless, the world organization qualifications were." subordinated to the adven (..... ".1. M". W C.n......' ----.--. -
is worried that Moise I Then It shifted Into high. turist views of Peking leaders

Tshombe Is unreconciled to Katanga's -. "Once people" started taking a. on the questions of war and :: "' : ' :, l ',t '*t: ::1j ;, <' < ,.:; ;,T ';' .' ';1 ; ,s' '; :<;, " "' 7'i" '':' :> <, ".*.,
shotgun remarriagewith little notice, he said, "we began peace, are directed toward : ,' : < .. ',,: it: .
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fear the he may rest of try the another Congo.break They with thinking the front about runners comparisons, Haydon breaking champions.the unity of peace I @I"r" : >. : (" .fft.D t' :" , """ ; ', '!;'\' .:i'r..t:$ ,fi ,. : ,, ;, ,, ''' "" '"" ,y
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for' Independence. Burns and Fred Dickinson." "Essentially their position I '& 'n '/, ,)0" h '."',, "g} .J 1 \ .,gt'f" ;, I.,,'< ' '. i" .
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U.N. soldiers fought Tshombe i'1' ; > n ., '" ,' . ,. ,
chance for !/
The comparisoncame merges with that of the enemiesof ""' '' ". -H ., ". ."'.".. ,
three times, stirring up Inter. first when all three ap- I ''' '': '.*' <, ''iII.. )I 'r< '' < ,0,. 't
national controversy He Is now peace. ::: ,."t j', ,t ( <' < i \" >> : o,' is;:., ;' > ..
in Europe. ,11 t ; : ') .; f ;w., ': ; ", ;' ; '
Be In "Earnest" With Your Vote ; ,; "
The U.N.'s polyglot forces \ : :.'< ? h :, " :\" ;.;: :: J
totaled than 20,000 at '
more one .IW , > ;' ., > :
soldiersare EI..ECTEARNEST "; 1 ;<" :<; ;"1" '" : "
point. Today only 4,280 .
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left. : ' "
The U.N. soldiers leave behind D. "BUD"DIXON :' ', ," ,\ '; 1" '_ '
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a Congolese army of more than '1 stretched to f' f & ,
25,000 men already '" Air :
the limit to keep the lid on the { -.t< ', :
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country Although MaJ. Gen Joseph k; "; s For I'r";! ", ;.: ;' f :" < iAf ;

., Mobutu, youthful commander of .' Clerk of Circuit Court i : ,: ,', / 'f > "
the Congo's army, has made 'j ;Jt,, :., ,'",,,,.''fh ",>' ,..," ,;' : !: ..,,( ,. ...
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Into line, many units are of poor ; \ : 'i 1t':' ,<,' ,"' > ,,'i" fNF'11';: " "; ,"
quality and poorly led. J>..' ,@ ? ..< -,. > : "' : ,
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Aided by Belgian, American, "
Italian and Israeli officers, Mo DEDICATED 1 '::,.> t, !f.i'l; "Mf"j.t!; : '$ :;.r,<: h" : o. / ; : his I _,,* ,,Y ''''"'' .'\, .iI., tt.iI. )o .
butu Is trying to reorganize "f i' r > ,f' ,' if "', "r ( : t 1.I'

civil men forces.they populace He must seeks, be but to friends convince there of are the his TEACHER -:- DEMOCRAT I' PUBLIC.:. CHRISTIAN SERVICE I : '::::,l:. :/r;::: +. :':)" v' ';:: t": ,, :; ;-fj: : ', : ."

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Holland has served as Each of these committees has _. r'

your United States Senator vast Importance to the growth ;

since 1946. The influence and of Florida In areas such as ih ,.

Senator the power are of'determined'an Individual by harbors, flood control, high 4. i i : '.1t.' \:,\-,,,

the seniority he has attained. ways space facilities, cattle, '. .: :,; : : '

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among 67 Democratic !members needs his powerful Influence :; ). ?:- ,

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FH NEW YORK (AP-The stock DuPont slipped /4 to 2581/4. cal & Musical Industries eased

market was mostly higher I in I American Tobacco eased U to i!\4 to 7*. and Eastern Air Lines

moderately active trading at 34'% on 1,400 shares.On lost 1/4 at 33.Pennsylvania.

uN Ma, the opening today. openers of 2,000 shares Railroad rose

Changes of most key stocks each, U. S. Steel rose /4 to ere 1 H to 30% on 2,000 shares Boeing

were fractional. and Ford (ex dividend) was ups fell H to 44% on 1,500.

Opening blocks Included; Ra at 55%. I Jersey Standard and New

dio Corp, up K at 33% on 3,500 Pan American World Airways ,York Central added fractions

shares; American Telephone ipH advanced 4 to 72% on 3,000 Yesterday the Associated

at 141% on 2.500; and Chryser shares. Press average of 60 stocks fell

up % at 46 on 2,500. On 1,000-share blocks Electrl- 1.5 to 3019.


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NEW WATER TOWER -This I I. W.h.*..'. now 140-'... QUEEN CUTS RIIION W.......'. little Queen, 7- ..,-old Sobrino( Rivers, cut th* ribbon
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.. -..*-*!!. tower, 75,000-f.olle. coooclty pumping ".... from to Umick the cmm.nity's ...w "..., yitm for th* 450 h.", *. In Mi* *ro* thai .hoi lust .eomre a

e ,. Rilt r wall, 700 ft 4**,. the 124 .",", (rocliict. With .dor I. Kist CUmt Mobl.y, 10, *nd loctl ficl.lt who hel,... the -

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Stone Asks Petition To Drain Ditch
Wahneta &1TU STOCKS f * * if M


r Rally To InterveneIn Called A 'Political Move'County r The Daily Investor I


::: Becomes Big AffairBy Suit Commissioner Floyd and county" and any costs ,

Woods charged yesterday aft. Involved in improving the con. CaAMERICAN
tsvftoW) By WILLIAM A. DOYLE rectly to the Internal Revenue
to clean ditions should be shared
ernoon a petition out by
BARTOW, Clark Stone Q. I bought some stock and Service the dividends paid to
DON RICHIE surge of subdivision buildingin candidate for circuit court and drain a ditch on Pine- both.Woods STOCKEXCHANGE had It registered In my name each stockholder

Ledger Staff Writer the area had called for a clerk In next Tuesday's elec dale Street has been started also attacked claimsof as custodian for my young son, In the case of stock registered

WAHNETA What turned definite improvement in the lion, yesterday filed a "Peti strictly"This for is political reasons. the 60.petitioners that the Am Elec ................. 1 under the "gift to minors' act" under the gift to minors' laws,
out to be the largest attendance water system to forestall any tion for Intervention" into a completely a political county has never cleaned up Barnes Eng .............. 21"I: of the state In which we live the taxpayer number should be
'r at any Polk primary threat of impure water.A divorce suit which accuses maneuver pulled by one the ditch, cited as a repository When we receive dividends from the child's taxpayer number. If
of said I Dorsey Corp ..... ......,.. 7
k ; political rally began as a door-to-door campaign Stone of adultery.The Woods.my opponents. for junk and garbage Falcon Sea Dr ........... 10'X his stock should I report the your' child doesn't have a num.her .

'( "Wahneta water rally" to sparked by Leaguers, signed petition, filed by Stone's Woods cited official 'county Guard Chem ............. 10%: dividends on my tax return? you should get one for
' celebrate Installation of a new up subscribers to support the Petitioners, led by Jim Far.rer records which he said Or will youngster have to him-from the Social Security
Jack
attorney Edmund asks Gulf Am ................. :5 I my
t water system for this community new system. that Stone be allowed to take of 3022 Pinedale St., complained show the ditch was cleanedon Gulf Sulphur ............. 6 34 I lie an Income tax return? Administration.

of 3,000. Safety Insured depositions and present evidence the uncovered ditch Jan. .28, 1963; April 11, Kratter ...i... ... ......... 9 A. You won't have to report
The drawing card was a residents and testimony In the running along New Jersey 1963; June 20, 1963; Aug. 14, Redwing Carrier ..,....., 12% the dividends. And, If your son Q. If I open a savings account -
that '
post-rally chicken barbecueand Danford recalling he case of Hebert Hamtc vs. Sandra Road behind their homes is 1963; Nov. 20, 1963, and Feb. Stephan Co .............. 9 'ha. less than $600 Income a In my name. In trust for

fish supper, featured free, insurance began thinking man during was his Hamic his wife. a health and safety hazard. 4, 1964. Syntex ................... 64 year, he won't have to file a a child must I pay Federal Income

courtesy of the candidates. door an todoor rounds said The suit filed in Circuit Farrer said the neighborhood '"This ditch has gotten as Tampa Elec ..... ......... 25%, tax return. So, assuming that tax on the Interest from

Attendance went beyond expectations he and other Leaguers per. Court last week, charged that has complained to the countyto much or more care as any Textron Inc. ........ ..... 4%, you have don atx that account?
as this little Rifle haps Mrs. Hamlc and Stone "com clean it up for "about two ditch In this district" Woods everything as I ii t I A. Yea, if the account Is set
and
Range Road community, five were-to Insure a safer. mitted adultery" on March 28, years" without any results said He said a prison crewof OVER TIIE-COUNTER should be done, x up the way you mention. And
healthier community.He -
miles south of Eloise kickedoff while Wah and on "numerous divers other Woods said the county en seven or eight men is usedto MUTUAL FUNDS there probably that is the most widely used
noted that
times." gineering department, con clean up the ditches will be no ta (although not always the wisest)
the celebration with a parade
neta has its necessities nowa
of ponies and political Dismissed trary to charges has been I Affiliated Fund ........... 733 I on those divldends. method.
good fire department; good Charges Called For Remedy
candidates. studying for a way to economically Alico ..................... 7%I In such accounts you can take
school; rising property values; The following day, Stone drain the ditch and Pinedale Street residents' Am Express ..,........... 52%I You don't report the money out and use it any.

A colorful adjunct was the better roads; new churches was arrested on threateningand said the main problem is the reportedly called for a "pre- Auto Merch ............... 1'%I the dividends way you like. You have full

mounted contingent of the going up. and doortodoormail trespassing charges on fact that the two big drainpipes election remedy" to the problem Chase Man Bank .......... 71'/j I becausi power over the account and the
Rifle Range Riders featuring delivery-the same efforts warrants taken out by Hamic. leading into the ditch from Woods and the Eckerd's Drug ............ 18 they[ don't be money In it. So, the Interest on

youngsters and oldsters that secured these would The charges were dismissed are resting above a sanitary commissioner made this re- Fidelity Fund .............17.MHa. long .to.. you_ the account is counted as being
and borsebuggies. have to continue in the spirit by Peace Justice Thomas sewer line jolrder: ; -Gas- ................. 11% Once you register U paid to you. You _must reportIt

' As the 140-foot high ball. of the late President Kennedy's Langston during a preliminary Prevent Lowering "I don't give any 'pre-election Fla. Pub. Util ......... ... 22% stock under DOYLE on your Federal income tax

and-silo water tower pumping Inaugural address." hearing last Wednesday.The remedies I run my district Fla. Steel................ 9% the form set up by the gift to return
75,000: gallons water pressure "We cannot stop here said petition filed yesterday Woods said this'would pre the same all the year Fla. Tel ................. 25%, minors' law. (now in effect In However, If you have the account -

was dedicated, a county fair Danford "we must ask ourselves asserts that "time Is of utmost vent lowering the pipes In around, no matter If it Is Fla Tile ................. 15'/ all 50 states and the District of set up In the form spec-! *

atmosphere prevailed. not what our community essence" and unless Stone "is order to achieve better drainage election time or not." Founders Life ... ......... 9% Columbia) the stock does not fled by the "gift to minors

Royalty Preside can do for us, but whatwe afforded an opportunity of refuting lie said he has not made Gulf Life ................. 56V belong to you. It la the child's, act" the money In the account
can do for our communityto the charges prior as an Irrevocable gift. You and the Interest paid on it then
A remedy proposed by the "unfulfilled promisee"about Incorp Invest......... .... 75
Presiding over the event make it "an even better to lay 5,',' .the date of the homeowners to construct any the ditch. Inter County Tel&Tel ..... 60. I can't take it back. belongs to the child. You don't

were the Wahneta King and place to live. first primary "he will suffer pipes that would drain the Jackson Min Mart ........ W Now as custodian you do pay income taxes on the in
Queen, 10-year-old Glenn Mo- Following the dedication Irreparable injury of such na water Into a nearby phos Keeping the ditch and others Lewis Bus Forms ........ 18 have the authority to sell the terest.
bley, son of Mr. and Mrs. ceremony many Polk County ture a :wIll not be like it clean is a never- stock. If do that the The gift to minors' acts of
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compensated phate pit at a cost of $15,000 Nationwide ............. .., 16% you money
Mernith R. Mobley and 7- candidates gave three-minute by a mere money judg might be feasible he said. ending problem Woods said A. H. Robins .."......... 36/ belongs to the child. You can't most states now allow bank accounts -

year- ld Sabrina Riven no-rebuttal talks in their be- ment." But, Woods noted there are because nobody has been Taylor Inst ............... 433/ use It for your own purposes to be set up this way
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. half. The master of ceremonies It asserts that Stone "Is prepared many similar ditches running able to come up with any solution T.V. Elec Fund ......".. 106 You can, of course, use It to

Tony Rivers. for the events was to offer evidence and throughout the ,county that to prevent people from Trans Gas Pipe Line ...., 21" buy other stocks-again, for the Q. Is there any way to find

Young Sabrina had the hon Robert F. Lancashire toastmaster testimony, from both interested are at least as bad If not throwing garbage into the Travelers .,"....,........ 51y. child. out the present owners of the

or of cutting the ribbon that of the Imperial Polk and uninterested witnesses, worse than the Pinedale ditches. United Ilium ............. 38% The same thing applies to the bonds that have been sold to
signalled the beginning of the Toastmaster'i Club of Winter that your petitioner (Stone) Street ditch and such piping "The problem will be worked Universal Foods .,.,...... .31 dividends. They belong to the finance the cost of constructing
installation pumping water to Haven. was in company of other persons done to all of them would out inline course like any child. public buildings and highways?

' 450 homes In-the area througha at the.times and places cost at least $15 million. other problem in the district," NEW YORK STOCKEXCIANGE Here's an important point. A. There's no sure way because

\ 10-inch well sunk 700 feet alleged" In the divorce com Woods said the $15,000 estimate Woods saidBoard. When the stock was purchased, there's no accurate way

down In water so pure that Baby Pageant plaint. for repiping the ditch you were required to supply I of getting the names. Most of

j no filtration will be deemed Suit Said Political which C. Waldo Fielding Latest II a.m the "taxoaver number" of the I hose bonds are In "bearer"

necessary. Slated TonightAt county engineer advanced Close Price owner of the stock. form meaning that tne name

The project was financed by Stone also charges in the petition only represents part of the Will Air Reduction 57l57,4 I The company whose stock Is of the owners are not regls-

a $195,000 FHA loan pushedby that the original suit by cost that would be Involvedin Aldenl 28% NS involved must have that number -i I ered on the books of the issuers -

the Rifle Range Commu- AuditoriumBabies Hamlc. a Lakeland bookkeeper the job. Allegheny Ludlum 42% 42% so that it can report cor of the bonds.
"not filed in
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was
good Ask
nity League. Residents will faith but is motI- "Joint Problem"The ReportOn Allied Chem 533/s 533/
politically
pay $5 deposit and pay it off 340 of them will Allied Stores 60160% Latest 11 a.m. Latest 11 aim
in utility fees. vie for royal titles tonight at 7 vated and filed solely for the commissioner said the DitchBy Am Bosch 13'Ya' NS Close Price I Close Price

In a dedication talk and o'clock In a pageant sponsoredby purpose of harassing and em.barraslina" Pinedale Street ditch is a Am Cyanamid 6316314 .
Stone who is IBM 581 582 76Ya 737/
Socony
a
official acceptance Willie the Disabled American Veterans "Joint problem of the city Am Home Prd 8514 66 I
retired officer. S.C. Elee Gas 57'/1 571/4
(Red) Danford, president of Auxiliary No. 28 in the The petition Army also asserts that RONNIE STUART Am Hospital 23% 234/ Int Harvester 69YJ 6941MC Southern ::17% 565

Wahneta Water System, noted City auditorium. the statement in the original Haven CitizenOf Ledger Staff Writer Am Mach & Frdy 19% 11y'! 9% 934lnt Sperry Rand 15% 153/4
that the new water system Preliminary judging of babies Am Metal Prd 21 NS
suit saying Stone "is a can- BARTOW-A 45-name petition Min Chem 88% 69% Spiegel 31 3134
the last major project done April 15. Children Am Motor 18 183/
was was didate for Clerk of the Circuit asking that County Commissioners Int Paper 33\4\ 33Y. Std Oil Cal 8514 8514
needed make Wahneta a then chosen as Rea & Dev 23INS
to age Am
were Court of the 10th Judicial Cir The Year work with Lakeland city Int Tel Tel 55758 Std Oil Ind 714 7114
Harold 37
livable community, class winners. Mayor Am Seating 3634
"very Board of Harold Griziard. cuit, Polk County, Florida," is commissioners to "resolve an 1271341/ Jones Laughlin 74'i' 74% Std 01.. NJ 844M7
that the State Grizzard Mrs. Am Tobacco
a statement "wholly Unnecessary ditch on New Jersey Road"wan Oil 31'l1' 30%
open 38 Sunray
36
Health, cognizant of an up- .Miss Dorothy Gartrell, Mrs. W. To Be HonoredWINTER Am Tel Tel 140% 14I% Kelsey Hayes
-- as was the capitalizationand presented during this morning's Kimberly Clark 83 6311JKerr.McGee Tenn Gal Trans 221h 2234
;Y. Wooten and Mrs. H. R. Ampex 154/ 1514
underlining of your peti.tioner'l county commission meet- Texaco 76" 76%
371373
this first Arms Pub Ser 35% J51h:
Candy judged compe-
name each and every HAVEN Winter Korvette 28YI 2914Lear.Sleglet Texas Gulf Sui 47 494
tition. Ing.The Armco Steel 75 74th
time it appears" in the original Haven's citizen of the year will petition was presented by 13 13 Tidewater 33 33YJ
I Tonights various age classeswill Jim Farrer for the Atcha top 2814 281,1AU 20 20
spokesman
complaint. be honored tonight at the Chamber 8034 80111 Tractor Sup
compete against each other Stone's name Is capitalizedand of Commerce's annual offi Pinedale Citizen's Council. The Refln 50I563' Liggett" Myera Union Bag 3811 NS
land Kings and Queens Princes Auto Can 14'" 14 Litton Inds 6734 671/
underlined In several cer-installation dinner at Lake ditch runs behind property Union Oil 80Ya 81
land Princesses will be Avco 203207 Lone Star Gas 23Y. 2314
presented places In the original suit Region Yacht and Country Club. fronting Pinedale Street southeast 6 634 Union Pac 41\4\ 411/4
and ribbonrosettes. Beneficial 50150% Loral Elee %
loving cups Jed by Walter Manley attorney The social hour gets underway of Lakeland. A6 Union Tank 41 411/
I Steel 3534 35Y' P. Lorrlllard 46Y. 6
- for Hamic. at 1:30: with dinner at Hazard Charged I meth United Fin 25% 28
27% 27% Madison Fd 19y' 191,4
that the described the ditch Fruit 211217/
Charging allegations 730.: Farrer asa 37 United
47% 371/4 %
4134
Now Many Wear in the divorce action "are Herb Apple will be master of "health hazard" and an "open Borg-Warner ;' Magnavox 113'4 u. S. Inds 193% 1914U.
Brunswick 1014 1014' 1Iy'
false statements," Stone's pe- ceremonies, with Andrew P. invitation for some to dump Marguardt S. Rubber 81144 :l1
FALSE TEETH tition states that he U willingto Ireland to present the Banker's trash." Farrer also said "Snakesare Burlington 431 4W. Martin Marietta 181/ 18i/3 U. S. Steel 55% 56
Iie 221 221 11 NS
%
"contribute the like mad" becauseof Burroughs t McCrory 50 '
to expenseof Cup to the citizen who is deemed crawling UpJohn % 50'hVendo
I With Little Worry the action" because the petition -''', to have done the most for the ditch. Cat Tractor 60YJ 601,4 McKesson 451,4 NS 17% 17%

I bt. uik. Uuch. or UMW wtUloll& U "the only way" Stone the city In the past year Commissioners voted to request Celanese 67 67* Merak. 113 11314 Warner-Lambert 2934 29%
tear or Uuwun ( IM Utth dlipptni ( Chemetron 27127 linwl 125
Minn 1243/4
Itsonic earn or "has of refuting the wanton The winner will not be known an immediate engineering W. Air Brake 33* 3336
firma and ma.7 Ohio 71 71%
Chen 63
MMM 83
holds pUtM malicious, political conspiracy until the presentation Is actually report on the problem createdby Westinghouse 32y' 3314Wlnn
'_I,.Ton ptounl powder .hu DO 45% 46
AIDE 374373
HEARIN3 gummy. ,.-r. pall 01' ,..lIn, and attack upon his name and made. Last year's winner was the ditch, which connects a Chrysler Monta Ward / Dixie 321% NS
0.-0"t eAlIM aau-. U'. alIIaUna character." W E. Ryneraon. Lakeland storm sewer with a Cln Gas "Elee 2574 NS Nat Biscuit 80% 6071Nat Woolworth 831824
.
(Son-.aldl. Clucks: -pl t odor"d.nturs Cities Ser 68% 88304 161,4 163/1
( bn thi oot rAtrrant St phosphate pit Can Xerox 93194%
i au, drug ount r. Floyd Woods, commissionerfor Coca Cola 1267'' NS Nat Dairy 73l7334/ Zenith Rad 76% 77

More Publicity Spending the district, denied any neg- Colgate Pal 43'NS Nat fuel 331NS Occidental 2434 25
ligence in cleaning the ditch and Collins Rid 16y 1834 Nat Gypsum 49% 4936 Jim Walter 3334 3-t
said the water level presently Columbia Gas 281 28% Nat Tea 161,4 16*

Urged For Haines Cityspending maintained in the pit prevents Com Credit 4111 411/ Nla-Mohawk 513 51%

laying of pipe In the ditch. Con Edison 8534 85'Ve' Okla Gas "EIIK: 273SN I Ledger Employe
Woods also said that he feels Con Foods 52% :l2'h Outboard Marine 16% 11
HAINES CITY More emphasis enough money to Consumer Pwr 44% 44%
it Is "coincidental" that this 32
on Haines City publicity Haines Cant Can 45'Ve 461/ Pac Gas "Elec 32 I Heads Winter
should be a continuing project publicize City's greatest problem "came"up just a week Cont Oil 66'h' 87 Pan Am Sulphur 29 294!
asset: climate. before election. 29*
Parke Davis 2936
said Alan Colmar. chamber of Ctrl Data 90 1134
commerce vice president, yes The board approved funds Lights Asked Corn prdl 6234 112% Penney, J.e. 5Z ::12*Haven: JayceesWINTER

I terday. for a giant billboard to be located Crown Cork 321,4 321/ Pepsi Cola 51 NS
Ii Discussing a recent cham- near the chamber officeon commissioners-, Curtin-Wright 18% 1834 Pfizer 47% 47% HAVEN Lee J,
ITS IN EAR AND EAR CANAL 33 33 Shaw circulation In
f bet of Phila Elec manager
commerce workshop Den Rio R R 20 20
U S. 27: "Welcome to ing the State Road Departmentto '
HII" for the"...IonedI' i meeting be attended in Clear. De Soto Chem 23',4' 233/ Phillips Pet 504! 50'4 this area for Lakeland Ledger
e .t I ITontd luU he told Haines City the Heart of Install street lights at Inter- Phelphs Dodge 70% 70\\ was named president of Win
water other board state 4 and Memorial Boulevardin Dr Pepper 32% 32%
for NOT Dufnnl members the city wasn'tI Florida Lakeland. Dresser Indl 30% 3O'V. Piper Air 47'i.'' NS ter Haven Jaycees In last

I' IndlvMudlyimtdNOMrmoM Gracing the poster, a bathIng Commissioner Aldme Combee, DuPont 259 25734 Pit Plate Glass 6634 67\4\ night's election. He succeeds

"- - - beauty wearing sunglasses who described the situation as, Eastman Kodak 128% 12814 Proctor Gamble 82 82' outgoing president Bruce
.
MOMTCOMIHV *... will have a sunny smile "A dangerous intersection," said Gamble Skemo 32% 32% Pub Srv Elec&Gal 7736 77'h Parker.
._ a. ._,., .- I SEEFIRESTONE and an orange for a head. The the cost of street lights would Ga Pac 85 115 I Pure Oil 441,4 431Raybestol Other officers elected: Jim
U34 $ SioowP Man 461,4 NS Lowe, of Central Florida Gas
a sign company will receive come from the county's second Gen Else 8314 8334
g: ; $450 for a lease arrangement. ary road fund.Commissioners. Gen Foods 85% 84%: Rep Steel 43% 43'VeR.J Corp., first vice president;

4 m. to form* ; 42 HOUR Also approved was adver voted for the Gen Inst 12% 12" Reynolds 48% 4834 Eddie Smith of J, T. Smith

.'i er sass naairtratlos Coupo* (orMtf e I Wing In a shuffleboard publication street light Installation after Attorney Gen Motors 82 8236 Reynolds Met 39% 397sRhod and Sons, contractors-second
and membership In John Dewell read a letter Gen Tel Elec 331331,6 Sal Trust 6% 6'h' vice president; Jeff Gaines
.
I tNro..a_ net: UM SMrf the U.S. Highway Association. from Lakeland officials, who Gen Time 1214 12 R.C. Cola 6674 88 of Tampa Electric Co., secre-
i TIRE; EVENT AD 233 24 Stores 623"1 tary; Ed Stevens official in
" William Jordan was namedto said they will share the cost of Gen Tire Safeway 4
. iNra the board to succeed R M. maintaining the street lights and II Gillette 311 30'VeW. Scott Paper 361'1 361\ 1 Lake Region Bank treasurer,

I I I- Willingham, who resigned electricity, if the county will install R. Grace 53'k :i3 Seaboard Air R 43u! 45'1,1' and Charles Foley, of Tampa

D- '''''' ,-- I I IN SPORT SECTION PAGE 13 A balance of $5,258 I ip the the lights. Great A P Tea 38 3744 Sears 1e.a 1011\.1\ Electric state director a
general fund was reported by The letter estimated the cost(Greyhound 567' 57 Shattuck V. 15 The new officers will be Installed -

I :Treasurer C. M. Hojsan. of the project at $9,602. Grumman NS Sinclair Oil 4l'i 45:'I I at a later elate


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If[10 LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April M. MM I


Please Vote For and Elect Pro-Rights/ Bill Students Standing ;




David B. Quiet Vigil At Lincoln Memorial \

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HigginbottomTo I WASHINGTON (AP) For Protestant. Jewish and Roman They Intend to itay, 24 houri I cap decorated with a swastika.! e \ i.4'ae 41
'nine days now and no one Catholic faiths hew been standing a day until the civil right bill "We'll be here" as long as
[; ,knows for lure how much longer In a quiet vigil at the Lincoln I I. passed by Congress. those people are, said Robert
3 been wet Lloyd of Arlington. Va., a
theological students of the Memorial. and It undramatlc has a demonstrationthree chilly follower of Rockwell. lee

Florida House students on a shift It was a damp night[ and the
Need Cash te for tula( grouped, around a black-and- students stood In the mud
1 of white sign across the circle watching as buses unloaded
I Mi wrnI. from the long flights of steps hundreds of tourists at the mon
RepresentativesPOLK i0 leading to the statue of the ument.
: n. Mill Ta SeeACCEPTANCE Great Emancipator. Some Take Pictures !
AT Rival Camp Appears Some of the tourists-most cf A.
:LLIi COUNTY Monday night, however, a rIval whom were out-of-town high F
GROUP 3 camp was set up barely 20 school students on the annual
feet away. spring trip to the capital -
CORPORATION George Lincoln Rockwell stopped. A few took pictures
OP FLORIDA head of the American Nazi with flash camera Some read
RECORD: Served You well in the past / of his the [ which "Civil
COMPARE THESE LOW LOW P YMENTI party, led a half dozen sign says rights '
I CASH r1 CASH 1. CASH It followers In to distribute leaf- .I. basically a moral Issue" and"We Me
PLATFORM: To serve You better In the I ycs..t Monts rcseH aanMr Yrr1d a..Mi 'M" eta against the civil rights bill. are brother before God." L
future. I 1600.0013.101100.70 s2sio slsoaS sts Briefly the two sides mingled. Some asked questions.A '
srlsoosle 1rsou Teooooa7s1oConwnl.nt exchanging their literature, before heavy set boy spoke to 9A
Your Vote Will Puking police shooed off the Nazis Lloyd then crossed the 23 feet r
Be
Appreciated LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR 10a OTNEE CAM. I. WMAtTOM"mi who lacked a permit.To to confront Joseph Brodie of
MM wiw sm r t1i
PERIODS ARE COMPARABLE present a rival vigil the New York Jewish Theological
Pd.P./.Adv. 417 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND -MU IDAYSItVICI 24168 l Rockwell group left behind one Seminary.He I -_. -- _
I _ of their party-a stiffly erect 19- asked Brodie how he I
year-old in a tan stormtrooperDAY would answer the Nazra contention .
that Hitler had SCRAPIOOK WINNERS-A4mtrin| Ik* lrphf their scrap
killed because they a millions were book worn .t the Tllohou FBX CoereaNa..n thaw "'........
Communists.[ .f the l"porl.IIP.lt( one) NX Club So.N4 ore VlvUn Grahim,
Patiently Brodie explainedthat loft, end OUt funk. Standing' en JohnnU Robcrtt loft, ondMyrtlt
TOMORROW ONLY he didn't think the American O'SUtn. Dyrlng ri. convention Mn. Llllmn Choffin, wlriiIlwto
Nazi party was objective Groves of Wlnttf Stew n, w., Inrttllcd 01 ..... vies prtld -
and that the boy should check .n, of the PIX Club.Russians'Said.


I k : riii Lc1 1N-4 other Usually sources.after Students the a students three-hour Eager are stint relieved Putting


Catholic But there seminarians are ao many in the Roman capita More In Space Studies 1

said Jack Campbell of Boston -
a student at St. Paul's College -I TAMPA (AP-A White House tional Conference on Space Nu.
here, that "they are representative has told a conference trition and related waste problems.
standing in line" to sign[ up and of space scientists that Dr. Charles S. Sheldon II
thus usually have only one-hour Russia's commitment for plan- said: .
shifts. "I feel we have the knowledge
etary exploration is five times
An automobile shuttle service greater that that of the United the manpower, the resources
carries theological students to States. and the facilities to
and from New York. I Speaking the Na- mount the finest program in the
Monday
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1 1r WEDNESDAY' . world. I am also aware we are
THIS I In a race with a competent and
RE-ELECT t I tough minded competitor. We
must recognize the nature of
SALE
WHITE SCHOOL I this race and organize to meet
= r j it, not by year-to-year reactions,
but with sound and consistent
I I t-y- : BOARD planning."

ri MEMBER J Lead Increased

I Ai #_ I 't t He said the United States has.
put three times as many payloads
I Into orbit, "but the Russians
I Austin T. have put up about threetimes
as much net payload as
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I I. I YOUR SHERIFFYes




II the record specks for itself . in economy and efficiency In
the operation of the Polk County sheriff's office, Monroe Brannen has lived
I _= =__ -- 1 __ -= : up to his pledge mode four years ago when he was elected Sheriff by a large

o Foam Fiberglas i Ironing Board Flannel-Back I II majority!

Monroe Brannen' businesslike operation t>f the Sheriff's office has
BED PILLOW PAD and COVER TABLE
CLOTHS r resulted in cutting the cost per case handled , and this despite the try I
Big, plump lexJWnch ilzt Safe nand beck, r rnendous increase in population in Polk County and a corresponding IncreaseIn
II with floral print tick In pink 77' Slltant-tnatal If. hum3 Be colorful Spring-print* the work load.
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rI And Monroe Brannen has proved thot he Is best qualified by ability
and experience to provide the people of Polk County with better law enforce

menf. .Fair . ImpartIal . Efficient Low Enforcement
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Yes, Monroe Brannen's record speaks for itself. . In economy . inefficient
handling of all cases . and a devotion to duty that has resultedin
II a greater percentage of criminals being brought to ]uitice than ever before
II r in the history of Polk County the kind of Low Enforcement Polk I
County Is entitled to receive'

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I Lightweight 60x76' Latex Foam Woven Stripe I Economy and effective law I

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I i Your Vote and

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with. ifrlptd -border) rott, porcol cow 'In wearing!Pink,blue,ytlbw, For
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Drysdaie Blanks Colts; Celtics Happy About Win





First Win In 4 StartsBy But They'll Miss Ramsey,



Loscutoff Next SeasonBy

MIKE
Associated RATJIET via speared with a final lunge one with his first major league
Press Sports Writ r after a long run. homer.

Don Drysdale, the last health y' Two-run singles by Mike BOB HOOBING maker K. C. Jones "We have, been as loyal to an organizationas

member of Los Angeles' Bi g: Brumley and Don Zimmer gave 0(551' eiao h Associated Press Sports Writer very different personalities but Ramsey.

Four, has given the Dudgera'beleaguered the Senators four runs in the WAIMIN9TON." '1111I LOs ANOIIIS their retirements are like losing
ttrk M
BOSTON I
as (AP) "Maybe I It "Of all the who
pros ever entered
pitching staff III fourth Inning off Angels starter Zlmnwr Ik till P. 'M. d 1'1' someone very close.
most Impressive streak liner Ktniwdo. Jb ISIS Moran M 411, sounds funny because I'm. colored the NBA. Ramsey came In
Ken McBride. Fred Valentine tilt onto M 11 t I Prowl 1 u 4111 "I love 'em both."
putting together three consec. drove In the other two tallies y....."(.. If II I59...* u III 1 % and you're white" sale more ready to play than any.
live Injuries SKOWTM Ik 1111 Tlo.nea rl 411 1 1 Ramsey variously known as He never was a rookie"PAR3
kin. rl 4111 KxtaM-t c 411 / K. C. Jones turning to Frank,"Mr. Clutch" and "the
Kentucky
Taking over where Phil NleM alamo LOCH cf 1111 latrl.no' Ik III YLn7Ant
Los AMaiLII HOUSTON unity e 4111 KlrkHtrti W 111 : Ramsey and Jim Loscutof' Colonel" drawled his
Ortega left off Sunday. Dry . "rink' ,
krkM *k,554 M u 4505(010. 3k a'I']
dale pitched the Dodgers' lee- Wllll M 4IIIKao M 4 / 0 N....... R 1111 Mctrktt. a 1111 "but the Celtics are a family I way through some wisecracks
end 1)III.m211 1111 form 1110 arum 1110 L. P intPIWMll feel losses until It came time to say good.
straight shutout Monday wo.n5d 11 ''W",1f 4.10 .. 1111 your deeply.
night, winning his first In J I n 11_ .rf 4 . o..kl. 1111' In the midst of celebrating an,:bye. "Baskeball has come along
gameour Howard. rt 4 I t t A tere ... 111 DIMM III way In Boston" said Ramsey .
( starts by limiting Houstonto F.y"" 4 t "It..I. Ik 4111 CTCTt* I I I IDvlHM unprecedented sixth straight
six hits in a 64 owbora t 4111 daub el 4111cP.rk I 1111dAdcocfc haltingly. "It's very difficult CLUB RENTALS
victory built .
r a 111 a'lie. I I 111 National Basketball Association to leave. We've made lot
on a three-homer salvo Camllll c 1111 Brown II 111 T...* 01414 TMrti II I ? IFMtd a
I W...... Jb till OKntl p 1110 .- out for O. loo H Ittii k-An- title Monday night Boston play:of friends. IIGINNERS WILCOMI
Only one other game was Tru'akl' lot, 4 510.e..ual5 till nouncM for OWntkl In rttii C-o_
0".11. 4IIIHMrwr (kit* ooubHv fir Cm found themselves "When finally It's OPEN
scheduled In either In f Sill fci I9li tPwnwd ers saying you say
league bs an&,lar 111 fur Sir Dullb" In fib.
that, Washington whipped the '1'.im 1111 WitKMtlM. IH 411 M4_| farewells again. The Celtics time to quit you have a lot of 8:30 AM.-11:00 P.M.
Tat.lt $0104 .''.'' Mill L.. ADMIX *M Ml Ml- misgivings" he added choking
Los Angeles Angels 6-2. a PoPMd out for Cluttl .In Itni k- t_.ar on, Iko-.... PO.A-w.iHnf- wrapped up the playoff crown back
Lund out for Motrrwr ton J?.II, . the tears. "You wonder if
In Ttti LM ArtMta
c-Rail lor J7 IS DP
Three Homers *-.ttII.. ) ....,.......*. SrlnkniM an. Skomwii- ? I y by beating San Francisco 105-99 you've really played too long or
L" AMOlOt .. .. III 111 IH-4HMtta Irlolim.n end Skowrtnl< 'rm.l. IC lslrw,
nisi f
Drysdale'a performance and .. Ml on ...-. .nd ft.trlonoi Brlnfcm.n.( t...,...._ end Sunday night. not long enough 1t@MCENTER(
f-W D.vll. TrocnrtKI PO-A-Lat Snowroni ikowron, Irlnkmin .... PLANNED PROTECTION TOil Ol.v.
/hOw- Millll."to' hot. "If
down
There had ever
home been the departureof you come to
runt by Frank ,. ..
Howard AnoilM 171. Nation 111. DP-Fn And ron LOI-W. . I. Lot An..(.. ..
Ron Fairly and Willie Davis- aunt.". LOI-LM Anoi 4, Hourton I le-Ktao 404_ Jk-Frwoil. HH- hitting y.v*| ..Niel".., ......tili .,.eI.1 k.rrmg helmet with past notables Ed MaCauley Kentucky be sure and look us
9B-f Mboro I .NI-P01nIY., W. Davit( V.544). ),.. S-Prwod .Ur "
e pr.l.cHY. as the aide which Twlnt Prtildmt C.I Griffith up hear?

eight the Dodgers homers had'collected In 12 only Howard IB-MOM.IP a-w.Hit D.wf*. aa toDrvidalo N.rum W, U .IP loa "a I I in I ma 4 a .......! ........ ....." li Ollv. hoi bees soot ." .wli.., IN the and Bill Sharman then last As Ramsey sat down his face

games topped off a heartening previous U. W.,! H'I W, I 410 1 1Olutl I I 5 Illrow" trldnt .U .1->..11-51"4114 < S4 1 IMcSrMt I 1 W k; pitch. while Am.rlc.R Lss,os ,itch... try t. figuri .ut year, Bob Cousy Now co-Capt. buried In a handkerchief, the

day for Manager Walt Alston. _'_ I'IM I .1 .1/. 1 ,OLM Hlnl .1 W.. .I I. I, 1 few to pitch to him 01/.. Itn't ...., to w..r the sew h.lm.t' Ramsey and Loscutoff have re-,'banquet hall rang with a standing 1740 New Tampa Hwy.

Possibly the most y.l..., I S I t 1Drv 1 OullM .. I I I I I I WC.HM, "I Uk limny." list h.'. trying t. see used to It 'In tired. Clyde Lovellette and Johnny ovation. 86-0613
.4 Important W>- >d.l.. U-lmltri, 1'01 hotting ,..etie.. Ollv./ .... ... McCarthy will not likely always hoped there'ssome
piece. of news came. _from Los wiiii.mi T-I.n. A-ursi I OIM..... T1:1A-I1SA wee k .4 .I flmtt lit tbs mlnon.AP re-
semblance of a chance Jamie Jackson
( WI.h.") ,
Angeles, where
I has been Sandy Koufa turn.Willie Naulls will be welcomebut Ramsey might come back" Golf Professional

, undergoing treatmentfor Would may chose dental studies, said Auerbach. "Very few peo-
a muscle strain In his left Dandy K Be
arm. Dr. Robert Kerlan report instead. plc>I In the history of sports have

ed Koufax L "I'm tremendously proud ofthin ,
might be given per r rTueaday
. mission to throw on the side team" said owner Walters I

lines this weekend ] Unusual Derby Victor j Brown. "I don't believe any ofus ,

Besides Koufax the Dodgestaff will ever live to see another CITRUS WORKERS
professional team win six: con
hu been I
depleted by InJuries The-
to Johnny Podrcs and LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-I track was expected to be ecutive world championshipsOnly
relief
specialist Ron Perranosk i Cecil: Carmine's Dandy K. win' sloppy giving Hill Rise his firs one club has a chance- Du. to the recent frieze one rtiulting short work teaton

while the attack has lost the the Kentucky Derby Carmine' race In the mud. hese"I believe same e f.l.I.Is I In the citrus Industry House Bill 1016 woi Introduced In the

I. services of two-time batting can go into business with Jack K. had his our best'I 1963 Sttilon of the Florida legislature.
)0 Price of Carry Back fame show Dandy ,last race In club Maybe It didn't have the'

1I. champion Tommy Davis Nevertheless ing the big names of racing how preparation for the Derby Sat best> personnel but it was the I
Alston said the Dodgers April 28, IMe II best team" I The purpose of House Bill, 1016 was to rook it oasis, for
ill done. in the
urday seven furlong Stepping
poor start could not limply be "I've had thrills," said cltrui workers to qualify for un.mploym.nleomptntation by
I... traced to Injuries Just about everything, from Stone Purse and finished a Coach Red Auerbach many "But this lowering the minimum requirement from the present 20 with

I Not Up To Par the breeding to the way Dandy I'"t-<<:Ioslnl third behind Mr year we all felt we really did'the ', to K wetki
K. breaks from the
0a starting Brick and The Scoundrel after "
job.
"The Injuries have Is the trad.
hurt to
us, gate contrary
and Brosnan "I've attached to The rvcord shows that Riprisentatlv. ft.y Mfti Polk
ISIS he said "but the team was not dons of racing. And, just about stumbling nearly falling Turns grown very ,
I playing up to par before anyone everything Jack Price did with down as he left the starting Ramsey and Loscutoff In my County, drafted and introduced House Bill, 1016 for the
"
benefit .f the citrus
with the team said play. works
years
hurt. Yes we're Back raised the
got crippledbut Carry eyebrow gate -- -

r that isn't all the reason for of F the Industry's diehards. "We got Dandy K. by breeding To Broadcasting '

t our troubles. Dandy K., whose stretch running the best we had to the best;
. "What we've got to do U win is similar to that of Carry we could afford-and to me !PP.

t as many as we can while we're ack'i, has won four of his las that's just as good as breeding CHICAGO (AP)-Jim Bros- admittedly need pitching; mightat Re-Elect
crippled" he continued "then 1 nan. a writer who Is now going least have contacted "
seven races including the what's supposed to be the best me. iGH'value
move when we get all the Fountain of Youth Stakesandwill to the best," Carmine aatd Mon to take a fling at broadcasting Brosnan 32, was given his

injured men back. There Is be a big threat In the Derby day. hasn't abandoned hope of returning unconditional release by the

1 nothing wrong with tin moraleof if the pace ls fait to baseball but says he Chicago White Sox: when all pII RAY

this team right now that a The colt was on the sidelines: Last Race II beginning to feel like an ex the other major league clubs

couple of good wins and some Dandy K. Is a son of Chris K. pitcher waived on him at the ridiculous
the Derby
1 base today as 15,000-added Brosnan was hired by them of $1.Brosnan at low cost-
hits won't cure. who commands a stud fee o f price
1 Howard and Fairly took care Trial Stakes held the spot $150. A e r I can Broadcasting Co tried to land a job our Family Life MATTOXSTATE
Churchill Downs
light at
,
of the base hits. Each hit a two- The one-mile trial-the las The colt's dam is Speed Trust Monday to do. two flve.mlnutelpot with other clubs and even advertised Insurance Plan.I'i .

run homer and also collectedtwo for the Derby-attracted a one of two broodmares In Car shows each Saturday and for a baseball job but Contact, me today)
singles Willie Davis added prep mine's stable at Lexington Sunday on a radio network found no takers. 4ti
field of seven, headed by Run-
a solo homer and a fine running R. E. (Red) Wingfield. who broadcast. "I've been waiting for someone
the-Roses favorite Hill Rise. CN
catch that preserved Drysdale's ._ _____ .. __.u._. trains Dandy K., said he believes Along with his writing which to contact me but I've t 50550(5050"(
shutout. With two men on and the colt "has a real good currently Includes six magatlne heard from no one," he said Oravo Pork Urn 1OHIM REPRESENTATIVE

7 two' out in the seventh, pinch I U.S. Team chance in the Derby. If the pates articles and a book which miss t "Apparently the only people (. IU 1121II. .Mil

hitter AI Spangler lashed a curlIng fast we should give them a be finished by May 15: the who think I can still pitch are

drive to left center that Da real battle when they start running scholarly looking right.handed the fans, newspaper columnistsand STATE N. Pt''. Ado

In that stretch relief specialist is a busy man radio and television commentators .) nit i...,,_ ..(FARM'-J'

SCOREBOARD 'Finds Russia Today's trial field was rounded .! but not too busy to get back In ." Mom Offmi _. .. I .
baseball. --- -
out by Roman Brother Clem
5r ta. a.Nl.d Pow Pac He's a Gem Mr. Moon. "I don't believe my pitching

NaTIONas.1A0V1 W. L. NT. a.. Cagers Tough I light, Grand Garcon and Rob- record last year Indicated I had .
"' 11."" ,. .. . a . "
r rt.a. win Hill lost my effectiveness Brosnan I
,..... .. . .r. .,oe H air. An Impressive by
.. . .... .'eM I laid. "Maybe the White Sox
Rise could send most of those
,N.WroI . .... ....
M'lw....... ....... .0 C I .10. a 1 I MOSCOW (AP) Is US in the trial looking for cover felt I was expendable but I
5L low.. . .. S 1 Ly, Olympic basketball
: : supremacythreatened certainly feel other clubs who
51.t.,, . :::: ? :442
. . . 4S at last?
f : : = .W
.. :
A.1.IM Tourney OpensLAS
It could be. An American
t.4. 1'..k 1 a :see 54 iMONDAY'

"...... I. Nwtbn. ItnULTIb. 1. squad with five members of the VEGAS Nev. (AP-Pro- :( .' '.pt
our .MIN .c"Nwu.TODAY'S. 964 Olympic team lost three . ... :

...eii .t C....0AM15r .... straight to the Soviet national essional and amateur teamedup '
t..N AnsiAs A. NWNa1 0. .I.hl today as many of the 29golfers KlNGSWOODSTATE
..... .-..... .t Cine.nn.tI iNl team here despite some fine!
invited to the Tournament
ptM..roh .t "hlw.u. INS.N.w -
college players seven men over
Yer" at It. L.u.. INS. of Champions took their
""""* ""( 8-6 and four teammates homthe
W. s.. a first round Inn : $ i
e_ .n/ . . .. I I ??: AAU championship club. on the Desert PROTTJR.i
DITKOIT .. .. .. e 4 ..... *.. course this season ; t
.. .- .,,. ... . I 4 .... I "We should have risen to the H.
C...... . ...... . I 1 .... 5 ali.I The $7,500 competition today
M,itMMtaM . ...... . S 1 .... I challenge here.there' no scheduled the
>Min.tM ...... . I 0 ..... Sty bl." said Cliff Buck of the AAU was as prelude to
.. . .. .
A 1 .105 SLY
N Tarh I the $63000: tournament which '
*..... . S .400 IVs head of the team. KtfRESENTATJVE
LM AMO.IM A r .J" III. begins Thursday. Drawings for
...... He said his "hasn't
C ty I I .81 I team
MONDAY' e1NUlTW.MIwt.n partners in the early competi- ....: N. 114.-:. ........ ... .
.. L. A....... I.On1Y played good bal!. And he said -I I
...... ..hNu1Nroar.. oAMas the Russians are much better ion-were held Monday night. (IT4

CIMI.M .t M.ta. than they were three years ago 7/ 4 Fr +qc YI-
....... .. .
e. Nnw Y..5'
P.Ik.n.... .s ........ when an American team won r SAFE DRIVERS INSURANCE
.. .
WMniMn LMerraned.S (N) .,
IN"p .t ".... INSITATt eight straight
'LOll 75S 011 AM.Nl.1 157051In But he said "I feel we can Your loud (., tk. list S ,.., eettyoyr
W. L. PC Y. _S e win the championship at the ear rare* wklcb m.y k. .. low .1 $22.00
ems .....".,. I .715
D....... e.MA . .n' ;Tokyo Olympics He said the A
0....... . .. .... 25 "S22
T...." . .. 14.5w I 'Americans will have a stronger Y..,
51 p.Nnbnn. .4 A .500 SlLAIIILANO 'ar 10.000/20,000/1,000 Close. 1A ft
4 I .t.4 ,team at Tokyo with more depth li.kil.ty Ae.2S-65 .
503.0-I.,..h. . I .041 I: and more experience of playing CNn.CNh.NI..M.nlmla.... LM.r'w,MN::.MAM 1,55,141 with de.avntlnuW,. .N ::r.-4lrtvmo& ,.P.y. t I I'll' I !
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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April 28, W4

sE a aaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaE ll'112 Dreadnoughts

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J't Conclude



I 1II I f Prep Season

at ,mr f J ;

LakeUnd'f Dreadnaughts will

ii\\ s r'H close their 1964 prep baseball Field

a season tonight at Henley
when they clash with the Winter
a 1 Haven Blue Devils In a TM:
a -
a p.m. contest.

The Drcadnaughts are. 1-12
for the season and have won

only one game in Greup 4

11 / play. Tonight's! game Is. a
I 1/ /I : group contest. However. Lake

rr't/ land Is out of contention for

both the group crows and the
Western Conference tld,.

1 Either Ricky Peick or Ronnie

m .L' : Wade will hurl for the Dread-

naughts tonight with i M Ike

1 s Myers doing the catching Bobby

i 'I :. H Gates plate.may also see duty behindthe

L- 1'Iii The Lakeland Infield: John

i Rhodes, lb; Hal Hunt. 2bj
1 1 d / i-- Land WUlls, ss; Elwood Du-

1 / / 1 I I iI WOMIN'S GOLF GROUP-The CUrlae Snir W_..'. .f director, kit I* rlf.hr Mr*. I. V. IramluU, ,." fitH.*lNplt .> val or Kenny Deal. 21*. In the

I Golf A...
f.. Hi* ..nrii .""'.....,,. Tr). B*.rd il.... the |,..., ....", ., .f Ft. Myn; Mr. J. S. ,PIUrd vie ,rtlJnl .f L*>.l..Jj Mr*. nington, Kenny Titus, Robert

I for Oct. 27-2 .t Npli l..ch Calf Club. Th. At..ci.ro! herS Lowrcuce I. MT,r, *..dll.... tl Lady Lk; Mr*. Hut ..Jdme- Moor or Deal, depending on

I mimbcnHli .! 200 with w.,lrU| list tl 17 S. Th. wcitin hiss, Mcratvry of .ynrn IHCHJ Mr. Nabs Sharp .f Dlr.if whether third or not base.DuVal Is ableto

,:; .J : I lilt h.. ..., formed .s e """. iron end will f\tf In tovrMy leach and Mr*. Irl. CUvMit, to"",., ch.lnnii .f St. Pet*........ Seniors play playing their last

: 3! rw rile ."
I Include Robert Moore.

i Fifth Place DuVal, Ronnie Wade and Ronnie

.I Baker.
I Teams To Get Ft. Lauderdale Pounds Tonight's game was originally

scheduled for Winter Haven but

3G Series SplitNEW the April 3 game was moved to

conditioned comfort I Winter Haven to avoid conflict

I: . YORK AP-The have- with school activities so today'

: Electric oir onditioninj-ta one room M Your entire bom*-will keep yo comI m note of baseball have a newgoalfifthpl.ce Tigers For 12-5 WinFT. game The was Dreadnaughts moved here.are coached

[
honest and nights. money. and Ed White.
fortably net MI summer days ED The first-division clubs always by Jim Miller

And electric air conditioning controls humidity, too< brings comfort hi muggy, 3EH have shared in the World
LAUDERDALE-Pounding the Lakeland Tiger hurlers for 12 hits the Ft. Lauderdale
I stuffy WMthtr. SM your electric dealer about ilKtric sit conditioning, and lira leagues Series loot.expanded When to the 10 major clubs Yankees swept the two-game series from the Tigers, 12.5, here last night at Ft. Lauderdale FSC AthletesTo

: ,Ittttf ivi7 doe, the all-olKtric waytSpecial I 3: they didn't change the ground Stadium.
3 rules The loss was the fourth In a row for Lakeland. They open a two-game series tonight In

3 Commissioner Ford Frick announced .,Miami Stadium with the Miami Marlins. Hear Talk

3 Monday that the play.en I Jim Marrujo stopped the I IL"K''AND
voted 478-58 to extend the Lakeland Tigers In all but the LAKSLAND.. alp 557. L'DALI .b P .1 I MONDAY'S CAMIVM

Installation 3: ehare-the-wealth program downto fourth inning when the Tigers A.M.a.V.Mull 1: n 1 II 7'I C'R"p.Mebl.y.na."IIrl 01 a I i .111 5, N,FT Mokl L'D""I...rl iSr IIICarriw N By Rev. BeckVarsity

I. fifth place. He said approvalby collected four straight hits, including .' i | } ...M t. Palm* at 4 CCAids.
*" '"II n 7'ICia t..o 2k 4 *Cuitr.ll cf la *
: Allowances During April : the majors at their joint a key double by Don mild M;. 41 1 Farrara: Ik I ail I 1. WII'n -a Ik)k 11. Carter. mitt!M 11.5.ilre tPMr I.. and junior varsity
3 meeting this summer would bea Pepper. faanr anrra 1 Macdallan .4. a I I l Clartell Mraahr athletes who participated In 1963-

: Injty .1, c4i.i*.i4 cmfrt si*4 e tpcil, InitclUtiMt llawciK. t.*lDurlitf 3 mere formality.If I Willie Mobley ruined the "rhlHl"I....u.. a I 11 theM rf 41* a Farrara r trMi,, ab ik I i HI 64 in basketball, baseball soccer

rh* month.f April' Hi* City .f Lkln l will ,., Y OU $10.00 ,,,...1. 3 this plan had been In ef- ,I hopes of the Tigers In the fifth c.N.r4_,, P II U A la.n",.- a I *I l'Lruh I'MaoCMIIan 15 14 A 1- I-I crew, tennis, golf and rifle
fact last each of the Cincinnati Inning as he belted a grand- Nud.lph Uadolal t I l liJur..r. p all
year
1..,." .llown<* If ,... kwy 230-v.It.IKhle.Ir l cwa'itlafldr.t e $10.00 I 3 N. 1: I II : Maroc P .!.!!i at Florida Southern College will
Reds and Cleveland In. slam homer off Tom -
.; ,ln.r.llatlon .llown If y.. pyrch. ItS-volt unit. Your ...1., will Rudolph. TaUla I. (||| T_'. It U Uakaiand TaUlt 14 a I1 Tatala 3745AOnuM. be honored at 7 p.m. today dur
diana would be ,approximately Bill Clayton homered for the .. .ul far ....... 5-Smith banquet
FSC's annual athletic
I *a| sot 5.11 ing -
.: .f the ,
Mn4 m crtificr 101. Our tutltmtt link M0IM.will chock 3 ".. laudardala ail Ml to Mahai2n"diV on. for Cartar.
$308 richer Yankees In the sixth. *- _
,,,...11.1.! ,, .nj wt will mill ,.u, lUwinc chack. Buy yur new .1 fr <.".,. Hardin tagged with .'1'. v.:alma.... n_I'O.A. *,4.L..*... La Fl. "L..n'.......... ..". Ml CO* 100'00'.!.--.1 ,
Ii Hugh was ....,, .
: fill. during', April' .... tn\tj\ Irne cewfwt this I..", ,,,... 3 the loss. Palma n-cortw.......... PatralMarriiM LOa-L4.Nand, W.lh..n... pl Y.nh Andrrn. .._V.,. tNl lll-Wu.mra.10.. "OCC"II.n., alma a."Patrvflta..- a.lm acClallan.Williamaan P....P..... University The Rev of Ed Kentucky Beck basketball former.
Nibs. Moamar .
h.
I! Sunday night the Yankees ", ...Ii. .5-d.itH. Nl-MNI., ;:'ir'D"T": ar4ala, I* 10i.. Lakaland. Ail-American, will be the
And
/COff.r In CI'....... __ ,.. ,. '-l. ar n PoffMrl i
f4 *ay titt sand ky the 0.0..1 .,. used wildness by Jim Brown P. VMS ".....*. Ly.r. ftrlli'' | Puns. LynahPtr.M. Rev. Beck .
m. ,
: MarrwO. ... .. guest speaker. captain
II M' ftWtr Utilirln
.f L.keiOlull sr-'N
City LO*-" Laudartala iLaaMan4.
KlNGSWOOD for their 4.2 win. Frank Petrel- Hardip CLI ii IN./a0 II tm-Va .. *_....... of the 1957 and 19M cage
a Is had two hits and drivenIn (a I) Ah Wlh.moen. 5.rwwwIP
a run
1 J I under at
N / 1 : I N 55 55 .0 teams Adolph Rupp
DEPARTMENT OF riI( 3 1 Juravla W) T4J I a I I 4
tI:: p and Jack Lynch collected "
1 Is ordained
:. (W) 111 : I : raw* U 1 t S } a 5 Kentucky, now an
*
m Electric & Water three for the winners.. H'n NapCankNI1r, __M.r.....(*). WP-. A Mam. IV 1 I I 1 I I I I. Methodist clergyman and a staff'
Utilities M..J. Yessay
v The Tigers tallied In the Taa.41''. N.-"' I WP-Usa .. Phlm/M member of the Methodist Boardof
N'III.I. T-aOJ. A.d.1.
ad fourth on John Faehr's single secoND saMe Evangelism in Nashville,
CITY LAKELAND STATE and Barrie Williamson singledIn D. "CM abr 5'LA.tLANe abr N
Tenn.
_
.
d Lakeland's other run In the *5I dw M.Ik a 4 i .I'Carrl!?*If"* ; i : Patton OpensBid Awards will be presented to
..
V.ntl' of alAad..a., .I
REPRESENTATIVE seventh. H wk tt Ik, S II I llliamaan ..,157' For 4th the FSC athletes judged the
ELECTRICITY. best better living Lauderdale tallied twice In the MIlan aa 2 -...r ..
buy for valuable" In each of the
"most
a "a Aa. e ..41Made first and catcher NeLl :.'= IY 1 I srvhal* .r / e
Inning 'iarr 4 I rahr 411J
... _. and to
". II I, S kayland a N-S Golf Title seven ports plaques
MacClellan singled In a key run .u..n. Hudalah, P I1. seniors who are four-year letter-
in the Yankee eighth Cantilla Vranada! .I H' Ha. : a eel all men.
Brown uncorked three wild A CC t PINEHURST. NC. (AP) -
t t/ . 111 Billy Joe Patton off to a flying' Varsity and Junior vanity
.
In his firs
pitches dropping i
...!. cheerleaders also will receive
d..11
'
s .V' f of the season. Winnerwas 511 start in his bid for a fourth
game
lefthander Mike Jurewicz Te'.'.. } ... .i'ii It North and South Golf Amateur, awards.
A-( ..IN far C.n"". In It>. U.- al The banquet If scheduled for
Lakelandr I.t aaarrfiaa flr far Haaar In third Championship and third In
Attentia O-rannad far Pr.Mla In 7th, the college cafeteria
: Dantan. row met Peter Zaccagnmo of
c Busbee 'Overall'Gymkhana Baath 45* tot *-14
of limited q kakaland I-Kir>.rd,. .Millan'.. I 111. BladMA WI *_...|..l. Hartford, Conn, today In the I
Beta use uarantee <. I 7 / Champ land...e". Hall. Tha..la. PO-Dayana lead-off contest of the 22matchsecond 2 Nines Win 2

we can onl s : Leonard Busbee, driving a ",II.n..1'.11,.._Lakaland.and .....11-11..... Rl On_- round.
week! Maolan I, Vandivar 1. .,...... MIlan,
delivery d f Porsche, won overall honor Alklnaan, Pa,,,, .4., Willianvao, 1 W Patton d2-year-old Morgan- In Boys' LeagueSuperior
Val Andanan '
.n. Mal
; Sunday at the gymkhana sponsored D.._. ....... fi Lckaland, 1*,tOB-2/_ ton. NC., lumberman and veteran

/ ' by the Imperial Polk Rlnw.N..Millan. .!B-WllliamMna.aaar. ....,.. ..,I-, of Walker Cup play, W.I'' Paving kept pace
County Sports Car Club atDrane 'an. D-Md/aa. Vandivar. .....(.. No. 2 with McPhail
i Lrwik *,_. VaAtklna.ll >, ..,all.W'11 on the 7.000-yard course! le.gueleadlD'
: Field. I.N 5557.50 of the Pinehurst Country Club Boykin last week in the East
Inadd
I
N I '
First In Class B was Wayne: swan a'j f only two hours Monday. he Lakeland Boys' League race.
Simons in a Turner. Taking the pn..YIN (W) I ay 4ular 4 ! I I 1 opened with a 7 and J victoryover Both Superior Paving and
Claw C title was a Corvette,, Pr. tan I e I' II II McPhail their two
._ (1I11e.... Elliott Phillips of New Albany Boykin won

chauffered by James Dorraan. K'- 5 J i tI SSSTa. Ind.Patton I games. Superior Paving downed

H w : Mack Selvldge. behind the I, uJ i t T J did not lose a hole and Moose 2-0 on the strength of

wheel of a Volkswagen, captured HBP-Rudolph (L"..) cantiM* (Lar- was three under par in what he Alvin Walker's fifth inning home

: Class D. land.......WP-Il.r.4... __.IIft.1...pnn.da.'U-and LIIIi._ described as "the best round I run and romped over Averetts
...
r-a 114 led the
I as Randy Rogers
have played in a long, long
attack with a third Inning
HAVI A PAINT' HOILIMf time.

0511LAKELAND I There were some surprisesbut homer.
Keene and batted .
Baseball Softball Gary pitched
most of the top-notchers survived. -
GLIDDEN McPhail to 12-4
Boykin a
Among the most impressive
PAINT CENTER Games decision over Foodtown. Keene,
.11 .. 'HI. a_ .... eea.aes7 Tonight was Walker Cup veteran besides ;
the
1 0_ ,... ....._1IIl ..,.. a sari and former North and South hurling shutout connected I
for homer in the fifth I
a
I 111ka
Charlie Smith of Gastonia
'I ? .."'. Avaratl EAtT LAKILAND... M_ aaarkj.an champion frame. Moose bowed to Mo
N,C. He was three under
t ,,.F GO GOleas. " *. Park, Phail Boykm's big bats. 282. 'I
k
act LAKItANO .OY*' LIAQUIVnVrirk in a 5 and 4 victory over
T
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o d ANECIALSARY .sie *'*_ '" ." ".. par Edward Hartin and EVil Car- .'
m Richard Babbitt of Rockford "
PALMBTTO tOVS LIAOUa dell clobbered four-baggers inAveretts'
Lakaland Lxlirr .., Polk Ptdrrilpm. I 111. 114 verdict
... Ii.carua. OuMoor AHiartUUif nLAHILANB Patton and Smith are in the over ("I i
Vicks TV. Cardell hit for the
lorr LSAOUt half of the draw and
Pint *lM Bad n. Klwanii Club upper circuit twice. In one other con
em.. tXamond No li PMC y. Boiith.K could collide in the semifinals
>ia. I p m : n test. Vicks TV gained a split
uildiri Caklin tj.f..F:: Na Friday if they continue to playas
for the week Food.
: by edging
11 RACESA 8: Lindar n. p m.DIAM.nd
S Ma 3: Kal rr well as they did in the first

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in tire molds tN aj IVANOIMSWM La.1
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MATINEES 'I .a DaalU'a, Jofin Cat Ha games has played to sellout Me14n '
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A IBmllb Doutlu .t Datlaon, John : ::: : : : ; ::
2:00 P.M. co. No t AAC" Pril.lli W....,.. crowds 18 straight years. I :

this tire should sell for $30 S WEDNESDAY I M CHURCH Dltlal.ad M.tnodiil a/n<10.(.LowpircHPint Pint t. Ka.ulda AMamblr.' Ta.tollthaaiurn Tp .

0 FRIDAY AND I I sal lAtlar Tr0 D Dai ra, .*BalnU blilrland 30 ,.n... Dtil.lul Mo Pint. 1.AIMBklf Mo-, Close Games Mark Play I


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:W Several close games marked National Bank downed
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94th Because of limited E laCES i I JO p m a.thln", Baseball fanned 10, and doubled for the

Anniversary. quantities POPULAR, SIZES Dixie Boys League at
994 I winners. Howea had a doublefor
,only one in 700 car owners can own a _____ $ N OUINELUS, John Cox field.American the losers.

pair of these special production tires. ONE I PRICE N EACH I ,t);,' I Cyanamid blanked ,,N.tl.ial'muff I-It S It S
RACE IMC, 1-0 on a 2-hitter by Schroeder -IFS n._ aid (lachi Oadda and

\ E KlNGSWOODSTATE who fanned 12. Johnsonlost tit Ml Smnda
: -I THa ._ IM M*-Itawia
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\r.-c NEW B.F.GOODRICH Th* 100(14 L Ladies Admitted a two-hitter and fanned SDaviaon And AltarmAftf ear and 4.M.l .
50iu. 1.70sis .;.i $ YOU HAVE INSTANT CREDIT Free Thursday Chemical edged Ar- t"AM* MahN. .. III i._ II
S f2. TIRE PROTECTION| PLAN 7.60 I 15))fit an these cars v In our store with your national ''SJRQTt JR. mour, 1-9. Lohman fanned 10 ::Dual/' Na,. Oa.:::11 sad 4 Slaw 1 501-.jthriaOman I It:

w tL BUICK CHEVROLET credit cards. C CINTRAL AIR I in losing while Koen whiffed 7 Dais. . .20 01-1 .1
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guarantees'everynewMIIe CHRYSLER DODGE FORD, NO MONEY DOWN L CONDITIONING in winning. Dl..., .... IN all-P IL.
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additional .
PONTIAC No charge ,
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RoadB hurled wellman-Urd to IM
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RAMBLER STUDEBAKER RtPRES'EtiiA IY" -
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'AM nnN,wNII' If eesld _.._ IN .tl |i a MaW IM lltt 01 erlpaN, QUALITY B.F.GOODRICH $Q I Tile, 2-1. Donnie Lewis fanned I n....Cyanamid*". ranaas.N III $.I5M' Mradv a I
had, ailhogl... Imil' M M IMM N ......' >|WMl Main M aialatul and imhaiM.Hi. .. tf 95 II and had two hits for the kma
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dnrM, | :M | aiUMial W1 M u <....l<< b.MN.pw. !IM*"rMl annkmr t winners. Smith doubled for the McPHAIL WINS
wail latm lull allavtM.' hi lamn...| tt..4.a.IN .... arKa.M at ...,... : trrs tit* fl
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BU Market edged Miller McPbail-Boykin kept theirI,
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JAMES :1...' Hardware. 5-4. to lead the East Lakeland Dixie Boys Base t
i Orange League with a >S-t ball record unblemished last It
I
'.rOD: N mart. Caswell celebrated with night with a 14-11 victory over

.: bit first bit ta two Masons.HA Vicks Radio-TV. It was the winIf I

.B.F.Goodnch- ner's seventh straight victoryof
Yur feik] CetinrV VA the season r

' MORTGAGI LOANS I Spivey, Sullivan, Bohenskl. B. .'
TAX ASSESSOR Howell and Keene led the winners "
rim MORTGAGI con.
Or flORIDA attack. Candell hit a :3-run t

114 W. MAIN ST. LAKELAND 682-4133 MU 0.1111 .......... homer for the losers. Ascue and
"Tt" It ,N Jolj;, (,.'or llMrfwca* f '.....'e. .II GU" .".,...... Bohenskl hurled for McPhail
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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, April M, IM4 13
SPORTS OF THE TIMES C&A Names



Musial Joins Etheridge OnMention Drummond Spurns Bears' Offer;




Literary League ListAUBURNDALEBooty Bruins Trade Him To RedskinsWASHINGTON


Ethe- (AP). Not "The Bears wanted me to both" Drummond said.

1---- ride Auburndale High School's many 'college football players transfer to a medical school in The husky halfback combinedthe
By ARTHUR DALEY proachable, his autobiography fine all-around basketball standout would pass up a chance: to play the Chicago area but I felt that
@ ies 1erk! tf imea could be boastful. It isn't In this past season, was named with a championship profession when I was accepted last yearas two very neatly last season,
rolling 602 In 14!
up yards car
spite of all the heroics thereisn't al
team. I one of the 100 new studentsin
NEW YORK-It yesterday to the Coach and
developedinto ries.
2 an emotional occasion.. even smidgeon of vain Athlete I Magazine honorable But Dick Drummond did. and the GW medical school I was - ----
> Every summer Gussie Busch glory in it. Everything Is too mention All-American list according Monday the National Football I II committed to continue there. Al

the owner of the St. Louis casual and offhand to permit to.a letter received by I League champion Chicago jso, the school went out of its I
Cardinals tosses a party on one intrusion on his natural Atiburndale head coach Bill Bears swapped Drummond to way to make it possible for me
his farm for his ball playersand humility and modesty. Alexander. the Washington Redskins for a to play football last fall.
I their families. In one hurried paragraph he Etheridge the Blood.hounds' draft choice. Drummond KlNGSWOOD
It's usually was I at first planned to
I even can dismiss what may be The reason the 6-foot.1. 205-
a gay and happy affair leading scorer and re- skip his senior year of footoall
but the one last August pro- the finest single act of generosity bounder this past season He pound halfback spurned the after he was admitted to medical
duced sadness and tears. In the history of f was the top individual point champs; He didn't want to leave school but officials permitted .

In halting words Stan Mu- sports, his gift of a house to producer in the Southwest Florida medical school at George Wash him to take a laboratory ,
his earliest Dickie
benefactor
slat announced his retirement Conference and was named ington University In Washington course In summer school In
as an active player at the end a Kerr.lefthanded It is mentioned fashion that in such captain of the SWC All-Star A Washington native, Drum der to clear enough time or-I
of the season Everybody any squad mond has had his eye on medical his fall schedule for football

cried. Stan was in tears as he facts reader would unfamiliar with the ;The 6.foot, inch forward Is school ever since he was a practice."I ] I
not be
aj walked even a senior and while he hasn't local high school star
---- over to join his fam aware of it.Although. love both medical school I

j PUTTER THAT FLOATS- Gr.c. Clfy .f Atl....., G... ily. Also in tears was Lillian, accepted a grant-in-ald with any At GW I and football and would like to dol
Stan
.....* .. .. Jolof I MI l'C trick .f who had been his child bride was considered college at the present he has
m.klnj h.r puttar fleet .. the perfect ball player He to the
strayed University
when he married her offers.Etheridge.
his
on many
he .tch.. k.r ..!)
II mm the ii.I..n fifth green I* practice 19th birthday. Their three and was too kind and gentleto is brother of former of Iowa as a freshman, but soon:
found fer le.t ...k'. TitI.h.I..... ... criticize he does let
felf tou.
el AwfHtte, 6e. daughters were weeping.The anyone Auburndale High star, Frank came back home to. enroll at
I UP Wir.K.to) down his hair slightly. Not
George Washington.
__ _ only reason their son Etheridge. You Are .Invited
I ____ Dick didn't take in the once in the book does he speak "When I went to Chicago It
part
;
FISHING.HUNTING favorably of Leo Durocher, became quite clear that would
damp moment that he
was
was
giving the Impression he Wheeler-Rule not be able to attend GW medical
! 1s 1 1I 1t first awaiting Musial the grandson.arrival of One the doesn't share Leo's opinion FerrisKauffmanCop school and play for the To Join Me in Helping Elect
that Leo is
genius. He
"
pure
Spinner-Fly Rigs day later Jeffrey Stanton Bears, Drummond said, and
speaks harshly of Frank Lane I added
Musial came Into the world- who destroyed the Cardinal Tournaments : I

! Bring ResultsBy he remarkable also was bawling-and Grandpop celebrated his- tenure farm system as general during managerand his brief Estellc Ferris and Paul Kauff- BAKERS WIN 1, JAMES J. MUSSOTo

with homer.
a "would have traded me, man took the Friday Draw-
)KATHLEEN Sunbeam Bakers -
t I 1 When Stan reached the family too if the management hadn't Your-Partner Shuffleboard Tour. -
table he was still wrackedby blown the whistle on him in nament with rian Wheeler] chalked up an 8-6 win over'
FRED
. W. JONES emotion. He gazed at his time." and Clinton Ruler capturing the Dean's Sport Shop In a Kathleen

Fishing-Hunting Editor wife his eyes filled with love, Saturday night Women's Choice Pony League baseball game here Represent Polk CountyAs
That miss low
; near was one
Yesterday afternoon Just after a shower" had passed over devotion and tears. But laughter Shuffleboard Tournament at the last night.
In the Musial
the Ledger office Jack Flowers, Assistant Sports Editor, re- Is never far below the spot career An. Civic Center courts. I The' winners tallied two timesin
marked it should be a good day for fishing "tomorrow"- surface with him. He smiled. other came when Solly Hemus Ferris and Kauffman defeated the fourth to get the decision A County CommissionerDistrict
benched him in the 1960
season IM.lt'. ...,. Sh.. ..a M-4 4
today.Well "I don't suppose you'd like Clinton Rule and Jay Norton hn..M 541St. .". 10J 5.NMM .-. I
for our money It had been a good day for fishing to kiss an old retired ballplayer "If ever a manager panicked 40-36, in Friday's tourney J.n.. 551 W.II....... NMSM and I ( County-Wide Vote)

over the whole weekend) For the first time in some months ," he said. ," writes Stan of this Other games saw Rule and Nor

we once again, had success with the little spinner-fly rigs "If you don't mind kissingan / and assorted incidents, "I'm I ton beat out Imogene Neal and
Art Katzmann 20 to minus
"
two
trolling.We. old grandmother she afraid Hemus did."
took Mike and Randy-two said. They bussed. while Kauffman and Ferris I BELIEVE HIS QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
grandchildren
out for *n Just before the trading deadline edged Walter Dem arse and
hour or so and they got four small bass (which were thrown All the wonderful warmth the Cards were playingthe Hazel Kennan 23.22. MONROE

back) and 10 big bluegills-and we do mean big btuegills. and humanity of this paragon Pirates and Danny Mud- In Saturday's tourney one MAKE HIM THE BEST MAN IN THE RACE.

The day before we fished for a half hour and got two small among men comes bubbling to taught manager of the pen other match hud Wheeler and
basi and two the surface in his recently nant-bound Bucs asked BRANNEN
big bluegills Later on we again got two big a Rule winning over Edith Va-i
bluegills and four small bass In a half hour of trolling.. printed autobiography, "Stan question of Broeg."What's nesky and Bill Brewer, 6114.MONDAY .
Musial The
Man's'
Own
In case you're new to the the matter with the l0 O. "tB
spinner-fly rigs .Q1n1il'3.QhfOJZ
they're made up Story it was written with Polack?" he said, meaning "
of a small spinner such as a Hildebrand No. 1, and a small the highly skilled professionalhelp Musial. SAN P.ANcSCO-.M S riaur.M.dlwn, SHERIFF
hooked 17?, (., An lm., . .
fly directly Oald. 1
together. (Any Lakeland sports store can of Bob Broeg an unob- As they talked, Denny be. N.rm L. cN,r, I7(, S.nuPRINtO. .Is.., C.Is, I
rig them for you.) trusive ghost, who steps deftly gan to dream of getting The 10 C.llf 0..* T rr.n...
You troll them very slowly-maybe two miles per hour- aside to let Stan tell his own Man for his Pirates and whenan 1.11W INN,C.IIn.Pt".'INN Calls.," 5 4.44,11.,tn,5W, T.nn,',,I .. N. P.1.ads.
"
and only about thirty feet back of the boat. Many local fisher- story He tells It well.It unhappy Musiat was approached 10. _ ? I

men have tried them in the past with good success, . has elements of a Horatio by Broeg as to his

___ ____ __.no _huu ", Aiger tale Decause Stan was willingness for such a move, 42 HOURS BUY NOW 42 HOURS 42 HOURS BUY NOW 42 HOURS-
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TAMP. ..T WMfiM.. the son of a Donora, Pa, he said, "Yes." The deal
IM4
44w' M.ch lidM.
.'.(M., .an.M. '_4 It."M* ?.ll si..5*...M...r1. i.airM.w. r.n '.1 ""*." '.12 *."" pN. mill-worker who never earned never came off and Musial returned
16 "r 4 .. more than S4 a day. He himself to the Cardinal lineupto
We were going to take the began as a $65-a-momh finish the season with a
two

30 too but we had a violent thundershower younger grandchildren Inches of rain out In player$100,000 who a year.eventually Yet for earned all of flourish.No one. with as sharp a

minutes! his success he still regrets the sense of humor as Musial's "
But although we could have done without the wind and college scholarship he turned could fail to omit the lighter ,..... ,

lightning we had. we sure did appreciate that rain. On Sun down in his youth. moments of his career. One

day morning we had done some walking checking on the "If I had to do it all over," came when Warren Spahn deliberately .

blackberries, and had found many of them turning color but he writes, "I'd go to college walked the man In

shriveling up because of the lack of moisture. In that area we before playing. professional front of Musiat, hoping to Induce I
bad received only .04 Inches of rain since March 28. baseball. Although baseball Stan to hit Into an inn 1

.treated m., wonderfully I ing-ending double play
Changes Noted (In First DistrictBut missed something Call it a "1 obliged" writes Stan .7 42-HOUR K9

feeling of interiority, call It cheerfully. S
then on Sunday, just before sundown! we got that what you will but I believe An old man of 41 In 1962,
flood and yesterday morning we found a few berries already sincerely that it takes a man he stole three bases In three

turning black and the rest were filled out loud and plump who doesn't have one to appreciate tries "which left me only 101 C
the value of a college steals behind Maury Wills."'

again.Some days ago we wrote that there would be a good crop education." The strongest impression a ; TIRE EVENT !

of blackberries this season IF the rains didn't stop entirely. In view of the fact that Stan reader spent gets 22 years though in is the that big I I COh

Well they almost did and It looked sort of sad only three Stan rewrote the baseball record leagues having fun. The few I
days Now however the book and erased marks hO
ago. picture Is much brighter if you exceptions are too rare to _
like to go blackberry Next weekend should be good. which__ had seemed_unap-_ matter. It was a glorious ono

Jill' 'J*' W ------n career that made him a leg- Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 3O

We have a copy of the rules for the coming hunting season Pitchers Star end even before he completedit. '

some of them, that is. Rules for the Game Management In Palmetto As a ball player he was es
Areas will be set at a meeting in Dade City next month LoopA one of the greatest. He hits A tremendous stock of tires priced to sell NOW COoo

and of course rules for migratory birds will be set later by one-hitter and a two-hitter a pretty long ball in the lit.
We need the for
the federal boys topped play In the Palmetto erary league, too. r.ReElect s: space incoming shipments.

Of most importance probably is the fact that the opening League last night at John Cox o c

date for general hunting has been changed. In the past for field. z

some years It has been on the third Saturday of November. Polk Materials downed 7-Up,

But for this season it has been set for the second Saturday- 8-3. on a 1-hitter by David Cha- >- WHITEWALLS Amazing zo
'
the 14th. ney, who also doubled. Glenn =3

There have been several changes in the First District Barrett had two singles for the An 03 /

ours The counties closed to deer hunting, and open to turkey winners.Wilkerson and Gibson com-! Experlfnced BLACKWALLS Values on I
hunting only at special times have been changed to conformto
bined for a two-hitter and an { -UK9
the rest of the District.
8-2 win for McCall Electric over RAYONS
Alan !COo NYLONS -
In two counties-Sarasota and Manatee-the use of high Sunbeam Breach. Ryals had DISCONTINUEDDESIGNS

power rifles for hunting will not be allowed two singles and a double and TUBELESS TUBE TYP 14

And we WILL have a special spring turkey gobbler hunt Desk ins had a double and a ac 3zo

la this District this next springBOWLING triple for the winners ALL SIZES .
Morris Combee
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Lakeland Duo _. CO
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*.._ 71) Moose Doubles Tournament I
!! ... on
in iiMl M"M..N Nubs forGASH I

1nNN5 M'." In4i.*iwl ,._. Jim ktarw Sr.. Saturday at the Colt Lanes in '
*" Sensational Buys On
Daytona Beach.
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III.
till ;
Jim nrt. A Jacksonville ff .
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TlOl Ck.rlw to. I IM I
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J. W..... L.' ". 1.1'I IJ0 COCO I
( ( 15OS WOlf LOST ven came In sixth with a 1242. outfits . to get going on the I f new cars in trade for Firestone Get

a.I. MuMMD M.MM.M '.... .".,__ ii... In the five-man team competition home Improvement project that' / them NOW rUSEDTIRE fALL

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M,55'''',.,_.w'M' M4...... .Naad.e.M- ItCA I.Irur. day had a 2810 total. Members weather. . to put oilyourmonlhiypoyments

...Inddwl. INI _n. PMI Inlr. of the Lakeland team are I II I = \ ONE LOW J 3C

117 Rhodes Tranuse Charles Sny- into one eosy-to-nan>
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By CYNTHIA LOWRY simple. Actress Mary Flckett To Be A SuccessBy V V rV
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AP Television-Radio Writer answers or Invites guest ex- I n A

NEW YORK (AP-Steve Allen perts to answer questions George W. Crane Ph.D. M.D.
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maestro of the popular syndicated -sent in. Queries are Kited Into
television comedy show,
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broad categories, with ouse-
has developed a new twist on an
old Idea In hit "Question Man" hold questions" most popular CASE 5-<<1: Ronald D., And a superb teacher la
for the aged 26, just obtained hI.Ph.D also a good orator, not a dry,
portion of the show. naturally, ,largest lecturer!
Allen with a wobbly mustache part of the audience Is women. dyspeptic
He also doesn't get sidetracked
"Dr Crane, he began, "I
and dressed In and
cutaway
Word Origins Interest Into OKAY-I'M tATE fOR line HOSPTOL
repetitious
easily 10MR.
have accepted a teaching position I PON'T SEC THE RVAN/BM'S 1nENAMuMa I PON7UNPER5TANCJ
gates ajar collar puts funny 4 MAKE 1 NOW. WHO PO X REPORT Tor
""People seem particularly In- In a discussion of his own pet hobbies DIANA-I wt I+oERp L'AEVuNREAOws RAYS. WHXPMJ
questions to answers allegedly YOUR
terested In the origin of words mall Iowa: or children or even vacation ; tli!HOT MYTElE6RAMl WB HAVB REPORT
submitted by his viewers. Re- lands. TO COWS (
cent sample: "A viewer wantsto and phrases," Miss Flckett college. I tours to"foreign OUT hexer II ABOUTTH6RIFLES. Q
"Dr. Crane, a college student .
noted. "And I'd like )
know the question to Y and informed
,
I recently me
Z." Allen: "Name two relatives She has been asked the origin to make good in
"when we are unprepared
of Malcolm X." of "ham" for actor, possiblyfrom So ,how can II all need do
Spanish class, we
be sure that I I
an old custom of remov-
Old Jokes Used is ask a question about Mexico
will become
ing make-up with ham fat, and al and that starts the r
City,
As can readily be seen the "mind your 1-'e and Q's," perhaps huge success, another discussion
teacher
on
device not only gives new life an old-time printer's admonition as an educator down
rIpetitlve of her vacation spent
to radio's old "Answer Man" to his devil about sorting ?

idea, but opens up a broad new type or a warning about "I am a com there."She'll devote the rest of a0 K R 4

area for using of old jokes. "pints and quarts" to a clerkIn player. DR. CRANEI the hour to her trip. And
Back radio fiveminuteCBS so to speak, so
on a an 18th century British grogshop .
it is boring from excessive
network program Is quietly want to be far more than though
repetition, we are willIng -
proving that a large segment of Just an ordinary professor.
* *
her next -
shows to trigger' repetition
the listening audience still likes Ronald already a car
the old Q and A formal. Recommended tonight: "BoxIng' dinal sign of a superb teacher just to avoid being eN0ER.1C-ms WOMEMfi .l-ri lAr Rcclt isGeri'
| $ GIVE UPl scw+a S+IUCEt
"Ask Miss Flckett. which Last Round, NBC. 10.11 which is real zest for that called on"Another l N
EOT David in trait of outstanding THEVARS MENIALLY CCPERCR.p / BEFoREITTbO LMEWHERB.
might be subtitled, "The Answer ( )- Brinkley a report profession.But every i
on the pros and cons of outlawing teacher is his abilityto IATEI'C
Woman Is also realize
receiving he should -
students' UK.
( professional prize fighting Increase the
around 700 letters a week. The that teaching only a branchof
ING for his subject
daily show Is only two months salesmanship where the p
For, without this basic hun
old and this amount of mail professor sells Intangibles VS '
for facts, no student
more
would be welcomed by producers automobiles.AND ger p
become superior in
will
of some of the big, evening Patients AskCigarettes EVERY star salesman field ever of education.So .
any .
television shows. should have a flair for the star teacher Is an 1J S .
The format Is traditional and every CL .s.
be
dramatic. He must a good enthusiast for his own courses .
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actor and thus know how to He has missionary fervor to .

catch attention of his audience "sell" every student on LIKING _____ *..cJIZ2t'a. : ::- ,
Be ReturnedFARMINGTON them. ... ....... far
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KlNGSWOOD NM. (AP- should serve at least one summer

Cigarette machines were removed at house-to-house selling! TodayIn WHERE WSTWELVE LIGHT Yi a IT WAS THAT DARK IN \ ASK A sillyGUESTIONf
from San Juan
Hospital For such selling quickly
after the recent surgeon gener- forces a person to pay con ALES IN THE PANTRY This A THERE, I DIDN'T SEE IT /

al's report linking cigarette stant attention to the facial MORNtI -- NOW THERE'S "HONWOVf.M

smoking to cancer Now they're expression of every prospect.A I A'--

back in their old spots salesman thus cannot d 'OW b'YER j

Hospital administrator Charles make good by reciting a t HistoryBy EXPLAIN / 7vJ

Marti said smokers bombarded monotonous palaver while I J THAT? /
department heads with requests looking at the ceiling and thus THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 7i

for cigarettes. ignoring his customer Today Is _Tuesday, _April! 28,
Yet far too many teachers the !119th day of 1964. There J

fail to maintain eyecontactwith are 247 days left in the year ro

their audience Today's highlight In history:

TODAY. . at MORRISON'S Many of them focus on the On this date in 1758, James
between the back
Junction Monroe, fifth president, was
wall and the ceiling and deliver -
Enjoy: the/W/Vy Difference born. Monroe's two administrations -
the same dry facts that were hailed as "An Era ,

are already printed in the of Good Feeling," marked by
r Y textbook. the acquisition of the Floridas I Studio Reverses Verdict

CLASSROOM LECTURESare from Spain, the Missouri Compromise I
not supposed to be verbatim of 1820 and the promulgation

repetitions of textbooksbut of the Monroe Doc- ,About Richard CrennaBy

are to dramatize clever trine..

aspects of a subject. * BOB THOMAS Then Fox started romancing. The

A teacher should thus be On this date AP Movie-Television Writer "You know those things happen

the dramatizer of his field. In 1788 Maryland ratified the I HOLLYWOOD, (AP) Fifteen ," Dick said realistically.

He should also develop and Constitution.In years ago, Fox studios let "A studio starts out castlnqr by I Stars

then offer his students mem- 1876, ueen Victoria was Richard Crenna's option lapse asking Jack Lemmon, Rock

ory tricks by which they can proclaimed empress of India. because he "wasn't leadingman Hudson and 10 other big stars t

more readily remember un- In 1939, Germany denouncedits material! They're unavailable, so the '

related or boring dates and non-aggression pact with Po-' Did the young actor fret overit studio keeps going down the list Impel

figures. land. I at all? Not for a minute. of actors. Finally they came tome
"Thirty days hath September In 1942, Japanese forces "They were absolutely right," ,"

April, June and November reached Lashlo, the terminus of he now reasons. "I had a hunch
," la thus the type of mem- the Burma Road.In nothing would happen to me in I Pilot Sells 'Em By Carroll Righter

ory device that every stellar 1945, Italian dispatches told movies until I was 33. I photographed I CBS let him show the f'Slat-

professor concocts for the of the execution of Benito Mussolini too young, and there tery'a People" pilot to DirectorW.

benefit of his own subject I and his mistress, Clara aren't many good parts for Lee Thompson, who was

matter PetaccL young men. Anyway, female impressed But the acid test
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* *.. stars don't like to play opposite was Shirley MacLaine's reac- TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 164 much loss in store. Be more
AT THE THEATERS Ten years ago . Millions someone who looks like a kid." tion. She was flitting about GENERALTENDENCIES' : modern in
watched the televised Africa and Dick's operations. Then
Army- or someplace,
First find some delays
At Morrison's, even though there's a fREE TtXl.T! 'FILMLAND Pl.M* poi Jlo OHIVI-IN,," Mil '1>1.0,.,. McCarthy hearings in Washington .; Now He's Back deadline for starting the series and obstacles you early In the day you truly get ahead as you

line, you eat in 8 minutes or less. At CHILD'S PLATE at OROVI,!, THIATIH The kicker to the story is that was approaching. and then some upsets that desire.

Thum Nights Toll." Th.IAKILAMD Finn r.OIIIVIINTodir nui.t". I Five years ago British Dick Crenna Is now back at Fox I Shirley finally returned, saw give you the chance to evaluate SCORPIO (October 23 to November

the end of the line, a cheerful waiter bildrIllI2I1111 under aid?-"'Who A"dr i 8MB Mteplni KIM/In Mr 'Field Marshal Montaomery'aroused playing the title role in "John the film and flipped. CBS and Just what you want In the 21) Beware of any get-
FOLK a'NtrftAho controversy when he Goldfarb, Please Come Home!" Crosby kindly consented to set days ahead and Ideas on how
whisks your tray to your table. No wait- ro r/::: 'RIfgfortableserviceEnjoyyourmealas Today ud" Tomotiow. ""_la BMtkftrtr charged that U.S. leadership opposite Shirley MacLalne back the starting date of the you can best direct your efforts rich scheme that comes to

KOXY THIATIM (NMn) had slipped because President is 37, which makes such results. your attention or there can be
In SPECIAL TwUr Ohlltfr.il o( Uit . .d" And"sword Crenna now series, so Dick found himself to get
or L.nrelet"lILVES Dwight D. Eisenhower, secretary -him two years late on his prediction -back at his onetime alma mater Mike a point to avoid a tend. real loss In the long run. Be

soon as you're seated. Quick sirvfct... STEAK NIGHTS ." Th. Quick MOON, Oun"DSIVIINTod. set Th.CrlmwB of State Chrlsian A. Herter He might have made It playing a Jewish U2 pilot who ency to tell unpleasant truths diplomatic. Strive for greater

Sat & Sun NTghti Sled OTHIII CITIES and former Secretary John sooner, but he's been busy. crash-lands In an Arab King- which art on the tips of every. economy in present undertak
that's I ust one 0 f.the happy differences I Its .1.1.111 sea'N. CBlmNDAlB York" >nd "Th.-Dtlt DM; un at.
at Morrison's.'I.' t AVON *PARK pvrmltiur"-HiliniOlrli fled: 'w-.w"CarrMUri In of* well, very fit." 'I- since age 11. That's when he ARIES (March 21 to April SAGITTARIUS November

Blond' One year ago Soviet Pre- started as a radio actor, and 19)) Although you have very (
IARTOW- 'I'old Tar." mier Khrushchev and Cuban one of the series he performed Wanted Man practical Ideas, be sure you 21) Carry
iVllEfd 1' N INES 3.In "C.ot through with promises, work
ogi6I9ZO.Ncr dlalFaod-.lUh l .t. I Prime Minister Fidel Castro Brooks.
5..MAE.. U.D" of 'Th. KMMI on was "Our Miss first study every phase of
BpuLAKC r addressed a welcoming crowd converted to ahead before you have assumed, even
When the show project put-
Caught By
WALES: -St tr OO "au'
-NTadd 'Quick OuB" of 40,000 In Moscow's Red television Dick had Just been ing into execution. Screen though you are' pressed by

IIII I Ineove n oiru' JclmIIsr7"w'CorrldoriPLANT1'ciltT In Square. dropped by Fox and he signed Cop, Wrestler new people carefully. Avoid 'applecart some inner does problem.not Upsetting generate

trouble.
.UM-+>IU"urual'tio.u* "Tl wile. all n. OUT OF THE BLUE on.He ; confidence. Be wise.
Land Ptaiwr. LOUISVILLE (AP-The new played the daffy high TUCSON. Aria (AP-A bare- TAURUS (April 20 to May CAPRICORN December 22
KBHINO-Florid. *: '"Hud" school student for four profitable -foot and former 20) Instead of rebelling (
EBKINO-* 'onM.rlli : YLIdrAlurN of addition to Bob Westmeier's policeman a
to If learnto
) JOBM' tad 'HootMMWfWAUtWtA i household literally fell out of years, finally.graduating at college wrestler teamed up against promises you made, look January 20) you
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27. of the prompt carrying through
.5.m. to one
Proprr I'ran.r'' and "T.r.. the sky. age ,Monday capture objectively as you do those of
PARK WINTEH: "HAVSN-ftlU: "Ltwraoct at, Westmeler was walking down- Were the studios ready for FBI's 10 most. wanted crimI- with them with spirit. Be others, you soon know how to
"'oblo.
SHOPPINOcENTae 11Paohro tuNATpNNn. DIIA' "y.o' town when a young canary fell him then? Obviously not, So he nals. more generous with money. solve them wisely Smile serenely

HEY FELLOWS . I lI..ono" / "Call Moo i, at his feet. It obviously had signed on for six years as"Lukein He is Frank Dumont 42. convicted It is the secret of success. ,with others. Show no

i been flying for some time and "The Real McCoys. He six times since 1936 and GEMINI (May 21 to June fear.

er Bring your Pink Panther its strength was gone. emerged a rich, unhurried man. wanted in Pocatello Idaho, on 21)) Raking t partner over the AQUARIUS '(January 21 to
Westmeier pocketed the bird, Coals could get you into deeper
Undertaken"I charges of burglary and the assault
Directing
Grove Theatre FREE February 19) Others can cer-
to took it home and warmed It up. trouble so be sure to control
did on "Me- of a 14-year-old gtrl. tanly today,
some directing try your patience
sOwMrOwN l In time the began to temper. Are sure
wife, girl friend or dough [ canary you youaren't
coys'; otherwise I don't think Ii The manager of a Tucson if you permit, with their
peep a little and, ,when no one trying to go back on
ter will bo admitted free OPEN. 12:45: claimed the singer, Westmeier could have lasted" he said apartment house spotted Dumont some promises made? Examine stories of woe. Be polite but

If dressed in pink. UST 2 decided to give it a home. 'When the show was over, I rifling through an apart- conscience. say you are busy. Don't take
_
t ----- didn't even want to do guest ment, and alerted two tenants, sides with anyone or you are
..;OM IICTUCIC" shots, although I finally did one.I off-duty policemen Richard Mil MOON CHILDREN (June lost
22 to July 21) Don't to
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPIN started directing some Andy ne and Robert Wilson. try PISCES (February 20 to

HELD-OVER THRU FRIDAY! ; -IO-SHOW 7i30 Griffith shows, which I found A third tenant. Dennis Faverosaw work labors alone or have procrastinateon assumed March 20) Nothing is so Important

Tonlflir'i The Night II very gratifying. And 1 Just,| Milne race barefooted after carry through you as agreed. in life that you hive

T. Co Ovt T. A Midst waited." the fleeing Dumont and joined Get time planned properly. to change your plnclples in
"seods r.uarAllE rDWNtDS_ I Dick turned down 23 or 30 \in. Wilson had gone to get a car Be sure allow yourselfsome order to get ahead. Be a
DAVID NIYIN PETER SELLERS proposals for comedy series before Milne caught up with Dumont leisure you as well. leader and show others the

ROBERT WAGNER' CAPUdNE. 1 TONIGHT! committing himself to an and as the two battled, Favero I right way. Then you win out
PINK PANTHER) hour drama out of the BIng a University of Arizona graduate -I LEO (July 22 to August 21) and fast
[l'THE Being is bad
__ l Crosby stable, "Slattery's student and former Notre extravagant very IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN"
and will find
that
I....CLAUDIA CARDINAl noniKaxoirTnannrUiU'SrirmT> : : *'' COLOR.PANAVIStON Pun .IVI-IN sNOWINeI. People." He plays the minority Dame wrestler, arrived and applied today the wholesome you, simple thingsof TODAY, he or she win be one
AT r,10 AND &a.M leader In a legislature, representing a hammerlock on Dumont. of those wonderful people who
PLUS life are best after all. Get
Sho.,01OS.IIIO.SIS.7:10.U CAROL ..U.N.TT"WHO'S an unstated party .in an | "All right. Milne quoted Dumont likes -to do everything the
hobbies Take
perfected. timeto
BEATLESCome BUN SLEEPINO !unspecified state. CBS snipped as saying, "There's too right way and wants others to
,IN. MY iiorT be of assistance to others,
STARTS SATURDAY .tl>Bl...l.. It up. many of you. I'll go peacefully do the same. Early teach to

To TownIn AT tifO ONIVIANOIIA b m_____ n_."."___..______ J too.VIRGO (August 22 to September be understanding and not so
ttr Oil overly-critical that others will
TerrifiC Together!! ,I"taft Color "T." Hor, S....'. MI.."- *7\b 22) Instead of tryingto be antagonized to an unreason

: SI e... 4 IIvvy start an argument at home, able extent Give good education -

GI.'W I1JIgCquSLI VNI1iK M be sure you listen to Ideas of foreign languages, travel,
kin and be helpfuL Take no etc. Teach to be sure of facts

IN chances whatsoever. Securityof before speaking.Game .
They "leave the Peacetime tHe years can be in Jeopardy.
TONIGHT LIBRA (September 23 to October
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Army In Pieces Ra .N rmir ARIA .HOWIN A Slots 1'-PrMuctlo. I OIO COLOU HITS eAT be used both in physical and Rangers

0( "' ."IT '>?, ,, \ AUDIS TM MUIPHY a 1140 MTHl mental affairs or there is
: h' ",, .!.\ QUICK GUN". Just tell us how much money you need Tight Lipped

ALSO AT tM ONLY to pay bills, for home Improvements, car About Tickets

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Phone for prompt service
expenses LAWTON, Okla. (AP-Game
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BOND LOANS UP TO $600IIJDIDI KlNGSWOODSfAtE rangers In this area are keepIng -

I a tight lip these days as
they write citations for violations

IS ENTEETAINMENTTON ;S'P.l .
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I DEAR ABBY '. I HAW ALL THE TIME-AAf'PINE IcW'Rf HAm f.JJ. fl ME J
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( '"t' Whet'l your problem For' II I NETIh1EY,

general reply writs to

Abby fcM J365, Beverly KA \ 1 3

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DEAR ABBY: Four of us mothers In the neighborhood be wants a female companion who 1s no better than," Is. In I pROhI0L1edCE NICE WIORK, DOYOUTAKE '

have a ear pool. We alternate driving. our childre. to school her company. he doesn't feel Inferior. He rewards her by YOU MAN AtND PiXF1NCHERf! HIM FORXXHWEODEO. : : Y I

In the morning. One mother made all the children late five treating her like a 'lady.! He treats his wife, who IS a lady, AHD W1F1f! *ZKJRW
times last month. The .
late mother always has an excuse like a 'tramp because he feels that by degrading her, h'r will I H1J68.aJJD
(small baby at home, she overslept, she forgot to eat her bring her down to his level. This makes lira feel guilty. So, I 11 rr

alarm clock), but no excuse U acceptable at school and It goes la order to get even with his wife'for making him feel guilty, r F

against the children's records. Should we drop this mother be keep right M punishing her."
from our car pool? I hate to cause hard feelings but I would A
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Just as soon drive the kiddies myself to be sure mine there
""n time. How should this be handled? get DEAR ABBY: To make a long story short, I flipped fora

guy and In order to make him like me more, I tried to
ON TIME MOTHER
DEAR ON TIME: Since the school term b almost make him Jealous. But that was a mistake. He got sore and

don't tell her you want to drop her from the ear pool. ever TeU started to date my best friend. I pretended I didn't care and /

her you have the time, and do not mind driving the got HIS best friend interested in me. So now the four of us

la her place. And next year, when you organize a youngsters car Pool, date all the time (my date is a creep). And its killing me
Include Mrs. Always-Late OUT to see the man I love with his arm around my best friend. w -

What to do? ? + rrCUR'AAVS"ARE MV SIDE *THE"MOON" NOON! OKI EARTH A VALLEY 400 MILES
SUFFERING IS NOW IN ITS I2TH EVER SEES THIS SIDE LONG,WITH WARM
DEAR ABBY: About three 27 n cvsLONG.
years ago someone asked you OAV" OP DARKNESS, i IT IS THE BEAUTIFUL
FLOWING
SPRINGS THAT'eom
why a man who has a lady for a wife will pick up some tramp DEAR SUFFERING: Having outsmarted yourself you had 13. V 13'Va GA VS DAYS OP OF CAYUCrlT.NKdIT DAWN 113 J 5JDE. fT 1S bN HOME. HEAT ANDAIRCONDITION.

and treat her like a lady- but then he wljl, turn around and better pull out of this fooIUh foursome and look around for LAND _

treat his wife like a tramp. You give a terrific answer, butI new friends and a fresh outlook oa life,. ip\r\

can't remember how you worded It. Will you please give nq.t, II ;
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It again? CONFIDENTIAL to N. J. R.I Cheer up. The only man I (

ANNAPOLIS ever heard of who got his work done by Friday was Robinson F< f
DEAR ANNAPOLIS: "A man picks up a 'tramp because Crusoe. n, 0 0



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1.11.0.1. ftlahatot T....... fats AMnN 0 N1 D... pt 2t Ideal 48 On the other -
_"" ...Ua Ma.ia. Ta ." .,..... '..n. e_ D.. ulance. pan !
a1-W.Y.Y0 ....... T...... ....... ..... O.ed 0.. lah hero hand.
1 0-i Ca... Kai..... T...... Mick* Ivan* c.... ....... 14 Fairy tale 50 Cognizance
.I1-C... ".n.... T..... ..c... ...... c.... HaiIO ...... vilaln. 30 Crowd in. 51 Rear
-Caat ....... T...... Car am.>ill Ca.t. Hant.... aate.
..>-<..t ".,.....a T..... ._.ili Caat. ...n.... 15 Britons r. 34 Jejune. 54 Escape
,__. NMMr MNN i.NNN MNNS volting 35 Certain 58 Greenland I WHAT PEOPLE WILL THINK ISTHAT Nil,R.:! WE
_. con. IP YOU KILL ME PEOPLEIO, USA.., CAME
iIA. Nnr.v MNN C.n..II" Ma YOU HE..TO THE SCENE WONT THINK
Sal-.n.A.r._....._ ...M_ .MNN.... C.MNnrIN C.rt .nriIN ...wMavia against ItrucUon oulpost. g4 WILL KNOW IT WAS YOU. THEY rl OP YOUR CRIME...*NP TOOK THAT t i iI

..__.,.. "" .11_ ..... NnM L-- MNN Romans, worken. 51 Anc. Greek MK.FARRINCITON.: X3UK OWN uFEf
"" .11_ MNN 61 A. D. 37 Con tempI.. commercial
.0--M1 N. 1..nnYaL.
1 1001-I t::: t::: W.M.rd WNW :: W.NIN WN.NhlNNegnl:.h, I t-: t---. I' Fragrant .oil: live sect and center Cis

II _T... .-. m C* _......il OH Mataaw T". ..c.w var belief. 81 Philippine N p
""It-TKa WcCaya c..NNI.NN.l .a. Maaaaw Tha McCayalaa'rt n Bevel out. knife.
9190-.N. JNNN yla> Miauiw L.nka MU A OlaCOlaiya : 38 Diocesan
910s-hr_: : JaaMr i.i M.Minc: tlnka PaU_aNN 18 Before center .2 Moved with DOLLARS'T

I' F.shlon. 3. Normal level. haste v va

Radio &VService 20 Contr.dic. 40 Duct: anat. 83 Add sound to fC t i
NANCE'S tlons. 41 A. A. status: a film: 2 wd. b

n Supernatural :3 I wds. 8.'Malevolent
wailer. 44 S. Am I.nce.
-MOTOROLA- 24 Talk Idly or monkey U This John I.

TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV boastfully: al. 45 Spoked. Irish.
25 Gentlem.n' 4' Tre.dmill. 8S Think.
Complete Line of Motorola
Ham Entertainment Equipment lentJemall. 47 Famous West 67 To be: Lat.

102 W. UMON LAKELAND (12-4445 DOWN I'LL SNEAK AND GNE t1D HIM BEHIND T1@HIM I # .

rVUHAVETO SC1AitE OR HIS UFE
1 Message. 23 Fresher. 42 Pagan. CURB WVGVM3OOOP 1
TOMORROW AFTERNOON 2 Revene25 Veneto. 43 Rifle HANGING

5s Il4..,.N Lir. TIM IM.rwN.I: : :t ..=a..O = curve mold. 2( Cutting instrument. 44 Capable of CS A17 UNO THE R 0
: .a COOLER
n I71Fl..N_- .YN.M..... Ld..r'LNh1.. T/Yt.Tot..r.. =c._N. .4n..INd...:,.:r _OY.d.N reM.T L.Mf".-.-.0rUtl 2 Strategic ing. 27 Troplcallen.. being fended.de- t' WAS cAY Ii -r I j !

N-O.: : T.IY TN. ::: ON..N.e..NnM..N..A.: t::: N N id.11.4Y id.190W : port. WW II. us of flowering 47 Expose tomoisture > II fII k

N = ::: :: :=_ : IN.aM."wN.N w wNN N TwNLNwrd TwN.1wNN 4 Hero. shrubs as B '

T Mr..d= ::::p.rn: ::::u::.1 :Op:: M.TM =E Y M..wN.M...w.190.N.YN..M 5 Uses phone.the 29 28 Making Aromatic.order, 49 flax Plowed land: CS

X911-MN. M TM D.tl.r p.Y:=Cw N.w0. 10' 6 German pro out of chaos: s w U S.

Y.: ?7wM null, t:N.: =: ==::N.NW Nw.r7NI TNI TM To. 7.YWa10T.1 T.YM nouns 2 wds. 50 Irish archbishop :

1.70-IdMNMNkI: jgji: ;; ar;.lar. ?;; taaa tl..OfN.N:;:: 7 Command to 31 Season inAmerica.

//t.=. ... M.M.rh.NN"O" ;,rNYN.M:'r't:: : = iaaratai.rit WN.M.W.N :.= 8 an Behind ox. the 32 Grind highly.tine 51 Dogs, cats. M 4 V.GJt6 At d

: .MYNN: WNI YNN.oMN.wN... TrNIm..W: .Y. ..NnI S ball: 4 wds. 33 Grandpa and ponies.

Mv.iNr M.eM := f N : xNNsTNT = 9 Periodically Sycamore's 52 Sioux. W/ TUITION AT DRAMATIC WRN DANL JUST GEE.MR$.WORTH.- KIM
/ all. C MitkN MN.b.O .YrfMN.. : a. rising and dancing 53 Feminine SCHOOL RUN OUT IN TWO GETTING MTWtt... WAITIO TILL THEY WIRE RICHTHtRl'D ,
t..Nw
I.l-L'w 19l'w T. Nw C"n. W.. .ur+uN M.wMI falling granddaughter- name. I DON'T WANT lO THROW IF Wt NUD MORE, tH.l! iiP'lTWEcV' WOULtNIT YOU EL EE NOTHING IN THE

pw.N/M I.NIM.d 1y Nat...s 10 Cheeky M Expression g, ICUWATAR,MY CHILD 1U GET A StCOND vU TO REEP THAT UP h MMC TO WAR UNTIL WORLD UJT OLD BACHELORS

rodent. .39 Church cornof glee s: SIT S uY Wf WEE JOEMRS.WORTHI Df COURSci YOU HAVE A LITTLE AND OLD MAIDJlWHAT
CATCH WAS THERE WEDU-TV-Channt3 11 State. partment. S3 Troubles. TWO PEOPLE DAYUGNi I GUESSYOU'D MGR[ SECURJTYF
= CALl. !
AP-Hardin 12 Counterfeit. 36 Tawny. 56 Drinks. : THAT r
PADUCAH Ky. ( TAMPA .
13 Exempt. 38 Grasshke 57 Long since. *I -r Z JIM
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roadside (iii
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at a
P. McCone stopped THIS BVININ*
restaurant and came across 5 0..Callaaa pw.t'I.leAdr..N taama* 21 Swiss river. herb. CO Girdle. :; 1j? 4f

this Item on the menu: "Bone ,.-.UMIM Solution to Yearerda)"', Puzzle = & :
7IeAMNi.. In .."1.... i"
less Chicken, 10 cents .._..... .... P......N.NOMFTNN ..
Not one to pass up a bargain I CallW It /N. .N.O.MYN.NiM stASE AA AN
I M MMUI MaalUlTratwal ULJUUU OUUU DQDQIdUUUUU CRYPTOGRAMBy -
McCono ordered the chicken. I ..- ..raMoarTOMOIIIOM
The waitress served him a,is..es.i..- UUUU UUU Grace Wilner ; ,1 1r J/ A
I.Ie-iM Off ..alllllil MIIM. MI.I14UUUUUUU
hard-boiled egg. MORNIN4T
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I.wIYN ART.Yesterday's NIeN LEVEL weU.coLONEL'cAR1o TELL I. "R ws cauLDNrI I / wLLTNEYSAYTHe .1.4
..11-ONY hfrSe lldOOH ODD I- erupt IC YOU HAD Vs THE STATC MOVE UNTIL WC Jl I I IF YOU iI OROUN woe MUNTINA
.5-TN_.......- LAREE,WILL K WHY WORRIED IY .PEPARTMEN? KNEW THAT TUB ACM N 62541 At WINDSWEPT
11 II .21-1c 1-111. Nnwr 14 uun uiiiiuuuuuuuu !A is YOU OET Mi AN TOOK THIRu. PEINOITRMDED WHA1TISAIRhEXT (IP* HAD AN Alt.- ABOr JUNCTION AIR PORLaMI1
n 1.-A.. ...._ r6 CMIMYNI.NtLNTN E R E AuPIENCL With J0B1DVR DOORORCa COMMAND PEALUNDER.
AM SNYOMOIIOW DUOS uuuamiiH'juni'ji.iwwa DUI .
cryptogram: HEADMAN WAY I IN
ara.00NUiaM Mr.inr>HiMiinn IN TH WUNTRYr. TUB JUNOLB"' !
4.1 1....._ nnnrt nnrnnri Harbor barber became beach 7 w
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a.1-our a as-.....C.1M......t,,,. 11II..N110MYN.I rr
h.SiMICI. Diadem Given Princess I
_..nt $500,000
I a .... II itftiI'
.ace-J.N C..Y./
all-WNr. Nw. ROME (AP-Princess Ireneof would be received In audienceby

I MINM- .... .-.LMON"K I Holland will wear a diamond Pope Paul VI immediatelyafter I

diadem valued at 1500,000 at her the ceremony 11

wedding 'to Prince Don Carlos The bride's parents, Qu!en
ONE AUHITED SUNSHINE STATE: ....
'of Bourbon Psrma Wednesday -Juliana and Prince Bernhard t
I WELLAT EAST SINCE YbU DID rc T14i iP! : Tt10UGIi'r Yt7U LLxa1I
(\) DICKINSONSFIAKS In the Basilica of Rome'sSt. will not attend The Pope re- l
GA23Er 'WRE AGIINO BIGHT WAY INSTEAD I GUYS JUST LEFT LOtiL
SPEAKS TO ii Mary Major ceived the couple April 6 when p CAN W8 PERN GIONGOA OP SMEAKlMS OPFV

"You The PeopU'TONIGHT r ,,Ap I And they will go to the Holy they cam to the Vatican to tell ET r I You MAY soTIlANK6

I Land on their honeymoon, a him of plans for their marriage.Fast //SOGA

I!spokesman for the couple said. y6AJ2Gfi

r".D IlUD d s .i Prince Xavier, father of the growing eucalyptus I

;,groom, gave the diadem to the seedlings are planted on dunesIn III

DiCKinSOn r 'princess as a wedding gift. It the Sahara Desert then pe- I..

Y' I belonged to Dona Maria de las troleum is sprayed around
Sieves de Bourbon-Parma, wife
CAMCMOAT tor OOVWKX of Don Alfonso Carlos them to stabilize the sand. The , I
earlier
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dunetperm.nently
anchor the
3 9:30-10:00 F.M. pretender to the Spanish throne. maturing trees

-Ch.l. ...- I Vatican sources said it was and yield timber, 0
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i almost certain that the couple resins and oils.

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H LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April 28, 1UI BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT HORTICULTURE MERCHANDISE

CLASSIFIED


ADVERTISING I 14 Building, Carpentering 54 Help Wanted, Male 56 Salesmen. 76 LandscapingHARDY 99 Beats, Motor Suppllei


RATESI ROOPUIO WINDOWS aluminumildlni TERMITB AND Peel control ealee.man SALESMAN WANTED for home SOD CO.
ILet's perchss. repairs alteration Eaperieace helpful BraeTsrralnla. delivery. aae SI-M CommIssIon
Play Bridge ... .. ..
II I I Pt. Type to _..UIe ..,. *-BContracting 33) New AuberadalHicHwar ., Plus .."' ...., bnn.fteo. hoepllalisatlen tin* 0,5

Minimum tl Worm company insured group life. aeeldept, aad FREE ESTLMATth Used 12 foot Starcraft Aluminum .
II.
Phone MO I-1351. A Simmer- health Apply Bordea Dairy
to
Minimum ONE Polk Conas
II.GET Charge-$1.05 III... MO ..30.. F ..... THERE.:. aeed. who maC Otis te hare ane .DIDOO. 44 Lake Wire Drive Ito II Oilmm'. 110 6-050. fishing boat "Se.Scamp" .

$ ALAN TRUSCOTT mtmmm Werdi Dan Days Dan Days TRACTOR WORK: Mowlnl. III'.-
By I i r 1M.. In euesa of just a IKHe ._ .............. H33
In. dlaclnf, aol iredlna
21 In. Ie a wan about M
I IS I) OS 13 40 I) 71 S t MID looting
dallied I IB yard eeedlnl
The married and a reapecled cltlsea Is Mliradint
results. of the National NORTHA 20 40 320 100 1390 .
1.2S 175 400 195 [8 M this community He'* neat ae- IM-73t Ml4417INSTRUCTION:
Intercollegiate Bridge tournament 104 110.10 i 10 4 (0 1 SO It MCLAHS1P1ED ROOFING DEPENDABLE Work.leal ., peoria wltn. a desire to ae I. SALESMENyou Used 13 foot GrummanAluminum
... ...
*) Sup payment* -
now .available are a V A7532 IPACm RATE 01.... Lumber ceaeeoy MOMela buslaei for htIno.If.5.. foal i* Canoe ..... $173
II the rewarda that her
10 i.r.a
M 31 per Miami lack.
: tribute to the skill of William AQ43 W MO 4-1141, I
CLASSIFIED DISPLAy RAT work tea produce.' The maa w. O P lob d 1',3a.1f'l:

I Root of New York. tourna 4 AK II 30 to' eoluma nan ALL TTPM Pouts repaired residential, or replacedMrCor ef commercial ......, hae *com r conaldereble* hula seilln'kvreund pub-' you lull PAYPSO shliitl..P YOU \84 Sch.ol.no.WA'a ,Used Whitehouse 14 foot

ment director and Lawrence WEST (D) EAST Contract Rales Upon >e_. 'e Uonflnt and Sheet. ".141I. II. eentact experience If this re.rement Ho. fiberglas 'runabout 1953 2S
what opportunity
ur LARGEST and Beatodtra.
lie west OUT.. MO i-jm fits .plI. tall Mr "... -
Rosier of AAS732 AQJ93V deep for
Murray Hill N. J. youIMMFDfAT ;
WANT AD DEADLINE ,sell 1118-8181'0' aa appolaUnen boaulr erneol. Lainlaodnut Evinrude Electric I Start.
par.hand Inventor V J 10 8J962 ALL TYPES reoflm ..,..1.... or BARNtNOS: PROM Coli.... IIS S. Floe St
WOK AMPulHlcetloej ...I.*ed. Rrpalra' fuaranteed I WANTr.D: SHARP eouater. nan sum TO solo A MONTH CompMul remodaled air. eoedl Mastercraft trailer. Battery
\. To have several perfect C Demon .....lInl Co IKi-4ait Oood opportunity for adtaaeement -. PIKST-YEAR BONDS OP 11040 joo.d ample paraini MO ..11
clean $685
De, .dll.. Apply McDonald Hamburiera Very ...........
I' scores would have suggested ef.J10S2 497654SOUTH Monday. It 00 A M Saturday I ALL TYPES of rooting and r.- 111 test Memorial' Bltd toMPLrn 'I'1UINoIIIO AT COMPACT AIR CONDITIONING rrfHMreUon -
t 1'11...... 4 30 P M Moidey notra. Reasonable I llremed Free I UPlNSI: man _ed. Wa trala fo..
that the deals were too easy Wednesday 4 30 P M TOendsOThuooda.30 ..tlmai... MO 3-3101 RESTAURANT: MAN. fast abort Write Commercial, Tradoi In U-
and to have none would have A K8 order enperlenr*. Bonn manacof PRODUCT BACKED BY *!J MIL Ute Bo. M.2.t. Latalaiid Led.... Used 45 HP Mercury 400 E.

KQ94 PM Wednesday 24 Plaster knowledcc far' ante-In Her ; LION PROGRAMrTERNATJO.DOLLAR. ADVERTUINOi all electrical gear controls
Since
that :
suggested they were too work tool haura itsady. lob for i
hard. But In this case there K 10 8 7 3 folds 4.30 P H Thunder liSt person referenoee reaulred !- COMPAIST. LIVESTOCKII tank. Motor very clean.

Saturday, 12 00 Noon .,Id., PLAITERINO PATCHING Oem Coil MU 8.UU Solo,. S 14) am._ LEADER IN ITS PIIU Stored by us for two
was exactly one perfect score 'Q3 undo 430 PM. Prldey ..III... Alterations .nd additions years.

of 100 achieved with the East.West were vulnerable. DISPLAY ASS Pro estimates. licensed Jeff Te*. fIRsT CLASS. full time track. aeod and traetomechanic salary.. For appointment and confidential Dogs, Cats, PottBETTTS $395 complete.
Monday. ii 00 A M Saturday N.MU S-4S3S
North-South cards by Dan The bidding: Call Haloes City HA a-3M7 aft, Interview, call Mr. ..
Tuseder. 12 00 Noon Monday POODCB Saopp Prfeulenel
Leightman and George E West North East South THE I pmWANTKD Coddington at MU -8552. froomlne. ituda, pappiaa -
Wednesdayi i a 00 P. M. 11usd.. BUSINESS SERVICE : : EXPERirNCEO! ..Inl I2'J Kathletai Road ......
Klrkwood of the University of Pass 1. Pass 3. TIursdi, and body man "Apply Civil ....-'Today through Thursday between AU...4.. Home. e.sH6. LAKELAND MARINE!

Texas Two Midwestern pairs Pass 4. Pass 4. S 00 P. M TuesdayPrlday 30 Beauty Parlors vice' ollke City Hall 11:00: A.M. and S:00 REGISTERED CHIHUAHUA. tw.
S 00 P M, WednesdaySaturday ATTENTION MEN We hate
tied for second North.South Pass 5... Pass 5. 12 00 Noon ThunderSunday openlnis far a mea Eiptrlence PM. .month. and older for aale. Studfrttro SUPPLY CO.

with a score of 88. Pass 3V Pass 5 NT. I 00 P M ThursdayTbt :LARA's BEAUTY. salon complete ..11I.. furniture aad appllaaeeawill . 11755.T3ALMATIAN.mall. chocolateMO msls.
beauty eervice hair itilln hair
be helpful Per personal Interelew
Winners In'the East.West di. Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass KIND Udttr wit lot M nponsmle colonoa permanente Oak Avenue tall tM-lM1 I to 59Cm. PUPPISS V1P7 OsiassbIiMU -
92 East
rection were Dale Forster and Pass ,IneorrMl Innrtloo for >ort then ... 3-0070 In KelhlMo. Clara Oarland. MU 5t Work Wonted 3.3SI0. Hwy at Underpass

Jeff Taylor of the Universityof West led the jack of clubs. HORSES rOR .. .. Five laltedJumper .
THE LAKELAND LEDGER RepaiRs ON all make '..Dmo.. WE HAVE OPENINGS ruAcron WORM wanted MOWmi S T.ar' eld leldiu MOO
Oregon who scored 89. en and email eneinee. Pree eeti.matM and OlivIa. New eeuipveaiQuick Circle Bar B Reneo Count rLin.
Second to them with 83. and cautions to deal with possiblebad TELEPHONE oa .....,rL Oable Auto For' two factory representative eenlce. Call for tree eatlatee and flop. SIBEAOLES .

breaks in the red suits.In MU 61151ANNOUNCEMENTS Electne. Sos Norm' Florida eve In ills Lsh.Isnd.Isrtoo.WlaturHa Prod I P..... MU S-OB3S PUREBRED No 103 FurnIture t AppliancisRiaERATORS.
leading the East Rhode Phono MU S-4UOI
were a OF
Bellini and collect. .
a par contest of course. area JUNIOR WEST all' son servIce ..""ro. Sevan ..... old Plenty
Island pair Michael Krevon llt i eapirlence will ke helpful If and spraylna house washlntid to rhmie from well morSel W A S BIIt Sheaton. .
of Brown University and Jeff the play cannot be easy so 37 Mattress Ronorotlnf elected you will have k permanent palatine Phon MO B-1131 AM.S4.7. 68'*. 7JSBIAMEBE air condition. ..... AE

Zionts the bad breaks are certain position with. seed chanceadvancement. '. If n* answer. MO S-3700 194Cresceat SIA..1tS1 IUTT&NI. blu. point ..k_ repaired Prompt expertaereire
of Your wife
lor
Bryant College. MATTRESS RENOVATINCI .
Drive Lakeland Florida See ae for food used appllaneee -
The hand shown In the dia. rather than possible. dor ....... Ace Meureee Ceej ....inre at the Interview. .. re. .nd soil poID" MU 102100. year' Eelelpater and

4 Lost and Found ...,. Phone MU I...... .. .d. Apply to Mr Nichols LIGHT CARPENTBRINO Badpalntlnt KITTItNS for I esle None dealer Nile Day TY-Ap-
gram was a good test of skill After winning the club leadIn BUSINESSYOU'RE Wednesday. ..April at 1164 1 ., Work by Je* or heur Main and famalea. Trained to plianree. 13 JO Au aradol. ltd
dummy South should 43 fonl,1 st I. ......\III. liiphona MU 3-3100 endboi Cell Mra C p. Butler MU .
117*
in both bidding and play. A see YOU NO SIAMESE cat, lost PcIdsp. Repair cute p1's.. 501isle.PIRIMOLOS. d
small clam contact in no- that he can guard against four 'I.IDIII d. M..I a. I Id 5Drina WANT CARPENTERING work and ,VACUUM CLEANERS .nb40( roeondiuoned -
oh..... to name Madams aU"IIM aPECIAL 54 lit Le' a.thoa palntloi ativ.rruona' hi.! PUPPIU far MI', new R.p.lnu part.
trump or a red suit is a fine hearts in the East hand but Mhu er Muani Reward MU a. OSU?' air rondltlno.. malubrIcate. winoS No jOb to smart IH-IJI9 Call "U ..10,.. Oraaifiold Bevtrle. 3111 Cleveland

proposition for North-South not in the West hand. DIamonds 17 IS. ..ian. ripiaci filter W. Eiparlenced: shoe .ealeimeo full CHRISTIAN MOTHER ..... chll- H.iabte. Blvd MU a-e.".

LOST CHIHUAHUA brewt i service all other appliances. Don tIme and part timeYard dons IB her' home. Fenced yard *19 Livestock
but only if South Is the declarer however present a puppy TV BAROAINS Oompletrly reaullt -
...
lemals, Vicinity. Saddle c00.5.04 Appliance Ser.lc C S at p a a r L. : playroom. Reaaoobl rate and .... .
"'11. full time .11 3t W and
If North plays the hand more complex problem. The U Rsward MU I.04" Phone III-IMI Liberal benefit .1.. Ineludmsavlnas P5050 'U4I1t1J.PAINTINO Till STATS Breedrra, aruflcla ... Pros InitallatlOB Aba

t spade lead may result in seven.spot Is a vital card and LOST: PART German Shaphert and retirement plan paid AND carpeater work nwmlnallon" IS' per head ) Lakeland keel Sup la ... of
Immediate defeat. South can guard against either puppy. 4 Vt months aid Collar, nc 49 Wells Pvmps I raratioM, Immediate dUcaunprlvlleiet. Free estlmetes. Satisfaction .usr.iSland. "- us..,c... Some Included 'I2.9M2 need TV at Nile o> Day TV. 1130
teat Reward Call a-olll. Call MO '-'2118. 1 Auburadale Roed Opta till 00pel
4-0 division but both. .
not LET MONTGOMERY Ward drill MU -tl7FBttZER

Contract Hard to Avoid South should therefore 5 Personal Notices our well and utah pour nato CoaUcIMBS trash YARD. haullni WORK. Also and hsdse I aws.sa trim-. I 92 Wasted, Livestock Pets UPRIGHT 14 ft 'H'
postpone A. CUYLER
AFTER if\m Dp to M seatS .
payPhone
..III.. Call MOilt. hr rnnditlopr, it 0 a, 555. RetriWsalor
After North opens the bid. the decision In diamondsuntil MU 1-1101 Persoanel IdanaslrMONTOOMSRT. or000lep 0..a..r, 540.n03.4t$05 :
WANTED>> A foe duO" tattle an,
with EOT, SELL, ased tools sun andsportlm WARDS COMPANION TO lady, anemcum.bered _ _ _ _ _
ding one heart it is
not will rein
kind Cop
he has Information par prloePowera
Free .
more oods Dial Mt 1-4288 l Mtmorlal. Blvd: to trarel Writ 1011lunsel : .
18.16 Cast D...,. MO S-OtU PURIO11'URI. Ire soul .ondillo.
EMPLOYMENT
easy to avoid a contract of and start by playing the for estimate Culberson HardwareLOIS 1 0 30 430 Phone Drive 14314. Lake Wale*. PiorIda. Call MU 1.B 3* for ippolotmr.t.

six hearts. By cue.bldding heart ace. This reveals the SUP Coter Shop IOU Mo Saturdire RICH PLAN f......'. One yeer eld.
01 both minor suits North is able Chestnut Road Ilt- oi| Dreptriea 52 Help Wanted YOUnG MAN wlthsltru. deadealree &...II.DI condition. Take up pay.mente -
heart situation and East'shearts bedspreads. allp eovsraAuatrian emplormenl' la eltruiproduction Ma-1102 oefore 10 e ..
; to suggest concern about be collected urtaioi. ...... eormeaa lIsa eiperlcneo ISIooas.n
can by AUTO BODYMAN Spray
rodi and miUllation Huadrtda Pami 4 fertlllatr taltaWrit SAVE
spade control and South leading twice from the North of lamplei to chooiii from era' and pointer helpere' Apply TOP INCOMEj Boa M-3 J, Lakeland LediET -'
n person at Econa Auto Polntla.oon THE 25 to 50at' %
Should realize the
I Importanceof hand. West who did not bid, CHRISTIAN litIftilSO hom Writ Main Lakeland' Florida r .-

having the lead up to his surely cannot have two voids .Don Snaelal attention stun' to ,'or those selected Froftselonurance in- ME make ronr elothei R:a--
the nodi of asciI ." "D'. UUS Corp of Jacksonv.. nable, Monoeramlne awl -
hand. so South must guard against a .I2SI AAA City Employment Florida. will Dl sr000vnealaSO,to broClrr,, MU itltchra available. C.IIM..ln. it BADCOCK'SReBuilt
In six It _..,. .. 31947 PERSON Living Room
no-trump appears West holding four diamonds. BHIRLEVS PLOWER and Hobbr (BO eiperiencc n.e wa chii ii' Mhom.
that Couth Com. / Week's Fee /i nlsh complete trslnlna proaramlApply WOMAN TO knop Furniture
;: South has 12 Immediate His first diamond play must Shop 1340 Florida Howard Blarkford, TrareLodia .. C.II MU 0-3407 .190 430
Plato iii. of mllllnary aupplloiframaa. .
upon acceptanceMany S S and 4 piece'
tricks. but he must take It ....
Motel Tuesday S
pre. be the king and West's J9 matorlala NEAT DEPENDABLE: colored sin Uvlai room culteaPrices
huh trade bane
can then be picked up by CUSTOM MADE d...... bed'apraadi listed with ue no.positions. ReilsterIth or would d...liSp work 10 MU h...8-1315...tar Job WHO {' ae Low ae
55 SoleswaonestSALESLADY
I and illpcorari. free aitimatai ., ua for fut placement. $8995 and
PresidentSays finessing. In your homo hey Urm SPECIAL PAINTING prices: Wood up.

Twelve tricks Call Mn. Burnt. u .1989. Rm, 208 ARCADE BLDG. trim CB. also Interior work For .pectacular Bavlnaela
are made witha
La,.. or' email Jobs. Work iuar- need furniture
little care in the use of entries I'RADINCO. lra; 007 nchan lieS: .Lime.4 orhousht teed, Call II3-36H evtnlnn OWNSthe VISIT BADCOC 'S

Times South eventually makeshis 88J-14. 53 Help Wanted boats oii'ko WOMAN would Ilkl
lor Jewelry etoro Jiwelre Huelence Used Furniture
fifth WELCH RENTAL Sirvlcf. New three days work Monday. Tuesday -
diamond and a club available two bedroom CB 2114Kail ArrRJUla' WANTSO. iou II 110 not necessary. S'4 dapw..R and Thursday, II per hour article you've found Depar.ment

Are Good entry remains ia the dummy "...011.. Two trailer .."'... 31 121 P5,0' "IIIIOrl.1 'o"'d Only local resldiaU 613-Jeso. In
Alto room. Bua _.1... Contact Mulberry
the RH AND LPNS Wanted Top
as fifth
an entry to heart.
at 103 Palrwar. MU 3'6170THRKE ,alary. food worklna condition' Write Sot ti 3M. FINANCIAL may be trying to reach The aavlnii pew make will more

,, LCOAL ADVINTISKMCNTNOTICl ' BEDROOM CB home. Car.port .nd other ben.lIte.I Must be or lakeland Ledger than pay for your time and trip
WASHINGTON CAP) Presi. Fend itroat 101... echoolO ood character reliable and IBood you. Be cure to read the M "III""' ...

dent Johnson said yesterday that, NAME UNOCP)LAW FICTITIOUS down 10 month Ala edear ..t Woodrest health Nursing Contact Home Mra KIna 62 IMI.*II Opperhinitles

times are good and there is no TO WHOM If MAY CONFRNi Advertise Ilk.MU n 2'.w 7132. us. Hoipllel bad 555. Mellon :00., A.hersdainflorIda.1102. "Lost and Found" ads In W. S. BADCOCK CORP.
Notice hone CHOICE EDStNESS an. tneoBMipertlea
I la hereby liven that theunderalEned 7-ajpa CLASSIFIEDIINDIIX
Inherent hostility between business .. ...
Mel Rudy .LA.
pursuant to cbs 'Flo. the classified lection I Main Store
CONSULTANTS' TO aril I and WarehauaeaMulberry
7 :ft'kll. ..
and government. He tltlnue Nam Statute Section 0 TransportationLEAVING Cosmetics We traInS.4 f ,: Realtor IS31, Memorial Md riant*

pledged to businessmen that a 185.CD. La... of Klortda. will roe. Write Luiler, Box 3006 Or. .U 54501.WANTED now. Mulberry store SparES
titer with the Clark of th. Clr. POll Pennsylvania. .ndo. Annowncems S m. to S p.m. laity Prl. sItes
the will with cult ('ort about May llh Will she" dote.is
government act In and icr Polk Connv until s
Klorlda sod ', eas Rat.r.nc.. fechinsod RECEPTIONIST B E C II START :rtI"eSTheTeo:: TO BUY
restraint and upon receipt of proof CY 3.5095, S Open AU Day Wednesday
responsibility nf lb. publication of this notice. INI with typlni' and ahqjrthand eiperlence I ....._ Over to oeaoriate. tterea eorvUd
In return, Johnson asked for the ficittlo,:. name. to-wlti to do aeneral I office work. 4 Last etid >.y.d Polk County FloridaLakrlaad
or a two man professional cf P.,,.,., 090.6
restraint from businessmen Indecisions HhBrC'CA A. THOMPSON Liquor license. AMociaut Store
.
Ice Plve day wnek. at 4 Pinoon *e Sot ,
ond.r which *1' No Florida AvoBadcock
w* are engaied In
*
P.nu00ctetanuPmihoalian
which affect the! general nlneaa. W* expect to enc...e In .du Write
economic well-bring'! and Ibuninone at 140 Carloca. Drive In
the. City! nf Lakeland. Horlda. V luildtaTTrodo. Lakeland Le. .ger.TSxAco 9$ lleyel.. M.tereycl.s
.. .. ._. .
responsibility In chousing tc .. ...,. .. .
"' '"'.r.. ... '" $2 PER HOURAll n a.. ".....__ WE BUY
support or oppose governmen,. aid bunts.. onterprlaa are a.I THE WISHING'FOR ii *wnl.00. iiae.'o4.so.. : 'INC. 1l1O.II'D' 10utIOD TRIUMPH AND Yamaha eales ,

fulluwaC: 14 Sld..nl.ie.ci::- -: 10' ..... ID Auberldsi.an.a., and ....lei. Electric alerter aioeIs :.
policies and proposals which, D. GIMBCf JR, round ll Cnn e.. SELL
year and .
la Sleetrwel ...._ Hi.SS. '2. Pill tfsloiOo svalIIbIs. sports aiodals bit sown
serve all the people. 60 ''< Intel eat. To I' .._...,,._ Costed S. A. 1111.10.1..... 24 menUS financing stallsouiLeiiland TRADE
A BOAT apply
?
REBECCA
Has Audience OIMBEU II "floor Ser4yso 1182.11. Cycle Company. PlO
Large 60 % Interest II 55105,5.. 0..n.elinl West Mrmorlai Bletf. Johnson Dated at fakelanrl Polk 20 Uoura-.Gnoorae ito OPERATOR for well locsi-
faced his largest au County Write P. O. Box 1395 ,.. ........
Murlila. A pi II 2. 1814. an -- 54 major .11 serocltatlon USED
dience of businessmen representatives II.'U3. 22 Sheet motes w*rw Small capital reaulred 96 Antiques
[LEDGERWANT Well wishing won t make ar J3.. 000u. Metal H-OaM er nlahte, H84-33J.
of the U.S. Chamberof NOTICe Of 22 Tool .
INTENTION TO HeMeJsw ASTRAL LAMP Teakwood
MAKI APPLICATION It ao-but Classified ads Call 682-4137 55-A Sosmosm. Pools RAILER PARK :. Norltate end stand. FURNITUREWARNOCK
Commerce In Constitution 0ft p4 plunonruusasSo 2(9 sues, Krw .2i:: r1do.n. chines Items. picurea
FINAL' OISCHAROI' Lakeland WoldevO Nrsr cite llmlta, ] waihatanaa. chairs, ....
Hall. In his prepared address In Re: .:elate. of will Turn to "Bouts for Business StnrtcoAeeeufitin Owner CY 3.*37.. Wlnl. Hrlea Roberteoa tia-4.AS.

he said that racial and re MTHILIt.; T. BTRlNObR H...n FURNITURE
.
pa nnetnn 5e0onIt1.
ligious discrimination costs l>MA". Sale" In today's Cla il- ADIk.8 CAN Pal snare 3 1. *. .e.hkee>Miw OHM HOUSETRA1LER with .S- 97 Articles fer Jele-Mlic
TO A r.r. WHOM IT doll,. for ad dallrt Pleass m: JI ...flatl** bans. carport and utility rum. & Appliance ExchangeMU
more than $15 billion a year CONtfcHNi: fled omer maoIst t. Phone tti .eav *,tI,i>* ups acre land risht rental tsiirs. '
Noti... la hereby tlven that 1 section to find lust 9..1 for Inlorm.llon. .e .....tw e..rloreOreesmak Call Plant Cim 1&2-8192. OBm n' f.... Sib 59 Ou... 2-2222 Lakeland
and unused or underused manpower atemeflnwMeue ,.al..... .O 'Ibla. WoraIo.
b.,. filed : in*
the final report aa Ad. the right one WHITE BABYSITTER Jl, days U Plo,. C.n.rlos SAFE DRIVERS ace 25 to M miallff ., trarfe-ina aeeepud Admiral Salesserrlc 302 E. Memorial Blvd.
costs even more. mlnlatrator of the estate of MYR. wua In m. home. One child II weenliKHeetmoj for 110000,'20.000.000LI.bllll I:a MO S-3S11. Peacork.

"That Is why," he said "This 1'LE T. KTRINOLH: deceaaed; that Call MU S 3IMI. II Service. tteooleManreee Insuranr* for aa low aaIt ,,TT 404 N. Wakask.
EIOHT: PIECE Cherry Mahotadlnlni
I have
filed the In 11.-'? ,
petition for final BR-22 Plllnss for ae-
administration Is dedicated to dlncharte, and that I will, apply to USE LEDGER 54 beonaumnnn&SsPvoa5t : .:te'I I inswaoc. SealorDrleera I AUTO GLASS and don ropal,, room suite, tu.3171.
ii,. Hnn RICHARD) A. BROVKON Cleiievenewn AS.ISB Risk with easr parts hiitalled Por free estlsncteall
lifting of the burdens which Moo,.,, N.slteO, 50Ia5s
County Judtc of folk/ County, ADS CLASSIfIED( ADS "" _..... ... plane Harrey SmIth aieoty Cliff Ward. 111 Herts Mats 104 Gas, Oil, Fuel
weigh down our national productivity rinrlda. on the 13th day of May 40 Ppva Too,0dl III SoulS Florida Avon... pboaeanaitl MO 00015.OSAUTIPUL. I IlD.

expansion and pros I9S., fur.approval of the ennie and P'nnl n*. D............._*. teueKm I HAWAIIAN prints PROPANE OAa for eoearaa. .......
43 5s0s. T. a.rvb0.
for final dlaihana aa AdmlnU'J"X. 0n.eP. SMALL INVESTMENT opoorui. at lust II.II per yard, Dacri. A .. fibs water. Irrtestloe, mduo.
perity. nt '". ."l.t. of MYRTLE: 44'J SPOOn MooSloep PIt', one of the hlahest ausran. cotton oriole, at ... and mapp trial us* Call ....J.... I.. Its-
The President covered: a T. HIRl\Utri: deceaaed ') Susan ,una aervie leed returns available tadaf. NeIsk ethers at reduced. ..r..... Wall-to- ...1., Oae ........ I31J New

Thla 10th div of April ISM ea Cleeoine writ '.0. Boa 9314. Lake- wall carpet Dr illS rUss Rut t* ,auaunidala llabwaf
broad sweep of domestic and VIRUIt U WOMB1.E, BUSINESS SERVICE 47 Tveewelter Office Sei'uleeea end your aloe and 001.... .....Dlllock

foreign policy in generalities. Administrator of the WSUK Welle ft_ClanS IhsmMM 5na.P4s Includes Candy stripe Ryien. 105 Jewelry
Tomb and .
Ml DuPoat HI L*
aetata nfMYRTLU
INlM
Ihu11C
"As this nation be reasonable 6S Mertgagts
ran Closed Sundays O C Hamlltei
T KTRISObRU.MI EmpleymentH ,..,.... Dad City Rwy ... 11 WE PAT cash, diamonds laid
without becoming reck D"1N ......_t BOY BUILD sell. refinance Pita miles Narth of laterstete 4CLOTHEtUNB come old Sold .1....... .11....
less In relations with other nations DIRECTORY Hel. W..... iso 'A moruaaea. First MoOS 1'1.' a Jewelre, IOS lootS ..*..
IN "CUITCOU Hl* Wente*. femes* ace Cor*. ., nortda. So* e ... POwlS. areaUrreduced 145i
," be said, "I believe this TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'TO..THI 14 IOnS ....IM. ..... oe A.e. MU tJUlHORTICULTURE. S and Jaoajpieteir
Or -
government must be more frugal FLOAIDA' IN AND FOR' POLK It 5,1.00.550 welded. 4. eroeearai wltb Inoeia. i 07 PlumbUg SuppliesMontgomery
M alemen MM and SUM ...t,
without becoming less compassionate COUNTY, IN CHANCERY' FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE If '_to. telleteeraII Boaie dellter* eoc. Phone aae _

Case * ; here at home. Pain N... Ito WHEN YOU NEED ITI 'Inanclal
MFCHAMfn EXCHANGE IA V. ) 12 ....,.._ 0___ 71 Fertilizer, Feed, Soil AUCTIONFriday GET A GAS HOT WATER
IN(]" BANK a New York cor.po 5 65 ,-.- HEATER FROM WARDS
ration *4 ..--... aeeeke.tf 5.nos
I
Attack t Appliances Plumbing Supplies BSorteeweeat OROONO PEAT mark. Pisi aad Nites Only Have Hot Water When
J
Dalnllff
: Negro Mono te lent soil muss Lerated laol aV MalsPsi
ARROLI/P""RIVEIIART ) FOR PROMOpotrs.n re'.1 R. it MOHR'8 Do-ll hun.I'" ? Wented te 50055* ONeal MU J4431OROUND 7.30 P.M. You Need HIS !
(' "'10". ...bln. merhlnea.appllanres .
and > call Thrifty City. Plumblac and Electrical Supplies Horticulture ct.IAN l'II08p.ATa sand 'er w* ear Dr cell far m .-... Instavllauaa
Bh/lTY N. : Free
RIVEHART his wife Information and
) delieery 1
; On Jewish School t.r.lre DoD..m.nl.18& tool rental. 'Ie 01.6.. 5mm'.. lass AI.. sand asd dIrt fll flu 117 N.
Kentucky
efondant pipe cut and
thread.
? I n ......._. "_. Soil I 0.011. .U 5-3370: JIMMY WALKER'S
NOTICE OF SALE o ed.. 94 hours service 't4-"II. 72 ....,.... .._ I MU 2-5103
Notlia. la .hereby (Iven that. nur- Appliances ServicedllkCTHIC 1im 14 IsHeland Pond.. fruits, 0,506001.5 I PEAT S3: cubic rardard .t AUCTION CENTER
Under uant to a final decree of foiaInsure ;: P'niO Vreee aed Peat Comvany 41SIekelind SMS van sueS
InquiryNEW entered In th. abnva an APPLIANCES. .errvlirdPrices Printing 79 len. Cleer.tiw MIlls Bled MA-aiM 08 Planes Musical last.
Free
thIrd ...u.. In th* CI..ult'ollrt nf WInd 000lrrot reeronebls, ", FOR ALL p'iniuij 71" lunonpanU'"-- I RICH CLEAN tea soil fill dIrt U8IO PORNITURE aad appll
p."u'
Polk Cnuntv. Horlda, I will .HI (hipmpeity and tmtalletton Call tall MO t.4404 Commercial' Press'In Ta PP5S OuPperpp. ,loon sand Drive. ... natenal' neat, uphclalerlnc. .u,. cell.
YORK AP-The) City alluata I In Tolk Count. Anplleuro and Electrlral: .Ut..te'l 0_. Sn.osoIS. 'r.m Caldwell IM-iJie trade RAM Bare am Rouse.
., Letterheads, $5
S't'lIa: dcurrllieil aa .1 0:2: Pitt,'?, llthoaraphtniRadiator 5usd 510055. 50 North si INbuesia
Commission on Human Rights Lot 40 of 5.AKM Bill PPHfcKJHTM on.'n. Initructis Plants MU l-IIOIIa PER MONTH
Auto Soot .,. 72 Flewtrs Seeds
disclosed Saturday It Is Investigating UNIT; #t. Winter Servlcteleanlni 55 D......*. aiue4 ELCCTROLUZ Ul mauI modelew RENTS A NEW

an attack by some 50 Negro Haven KlnrldH. aa ahnwn hv LINOS AUTO Beet Covers. Com at LenoieewLtvVstecV SHADS TREE _.1.1.. lie... treesChines luarantee. e..r' ...,-
map or fist thereof reinrdedIn ..I.... automotive Interiors 'J'ro. A.'Y TYPI rndi.ioriirii. menu Slectrelua Cor*.. IMIMI1ICTROLUX SPINET PIANO
; : aim Mimosa WosplrohIo.
boys and girls upon a groupof th* Of rice of the Cloth of .t Msm, Phone MO t 7111 . r5000ln5. 00501141.0 .. sycamore ear trees oaks. VACUUM cleaner

Jewish parochial school students the circuit Court In and for .Peddy..tel. Radiator ...._ MO a y Beee Pan ...* ", .iplse. eucalyptua, doc wood. 7aeParklnsonian Late model With etuchmxulue RENTAL payments apply

In the Polk County Plot-Ida. In Plat Concrete II Ooeja. eeea. eesII .. Me Owen Nurssry ., floor pollshert Baiaaia, I4a to purchase Cart.
w Bedford.Stuyvesant Book II page it: Iniludlna RADIATORS; BLOCKS cleaned 5, (05MPSse 4S33 South P1.0145.CLOSINcO hone CSSIJI1PAPP price.

L section of Brooklyn last Tues apoilfltally! but not by way, of LlCENsUO CONCRETE ceuuaotor on ..blDl.. Cycle-Flo method Repairs 55 a.Pouter.....,. C 6 5a5Ml...__. OUT. Aster and so soraaoa SEWINO age extra. This offer Is

.limitation the following" Item ofuIin.nti .DrI........ _. aidewaikaatepe South all typee Oenalar' .. 130J *..__LivescMk. e... .1..... SI 00 per 100..b.1e .ew. Cal, sued '.1'machIs.rspslr .w.rb Iths limited to families wishing
day.More ] atroote eurfce patios and Florida am-440T
.
I than a dozen of the students Heater) permanently Installed brldies. K. H Morris. ..*-..1., Merchandise they last tau rut Lemoa 144 OskhlU after I. to test their children's

and two rabbis Injured at publlo .. .. to tho hlahut and keland Radio & TV Repair at ._._ THIRTY IS lalloa steel opeai Sop musical
were 73 ability.CANNON
beat bidder for each at the South 04 Cosas Stoosep Foods Fruits VegrblesPROTT drum.. Ale* a calloa cardboard .
In the attack at the Unit Front Door of tha Polk 'ounty Fences tXPERT aiosrii. .at 4 tmelee Aiitmie- se*e>wrlee ucksta. and _.. Call MU

Courthou.e In plus free moisture prooflnt, one Pop MM fOR sale. baa er kushel ..2_. MUSIC
j; ed Lubovitcher Yeshlvoth Hartow Florida. betwain ft artiete (ale CO.
DIAL MUTUAL FENCE Company lao .
tour. I la .
repaired la our .od.orD .._ a Tree Ala skip 3M1 Norta
SsSOsun.o run
II:00 A.M. and I'no P.M. H
Commission Chairman Stanley tI13th 1954. on Lowest prices. a* dawn payment shop at a fair poles Brim t* ...... Mo* ueiM Pier,id a. am-1011 Slops TOOLS. dlalo RSF515OERATOR.. as. 303 So. Florida 682-8145
d'h.oI.M uaraateed W* want be under pour set In and aav* 10or cell ee aiee, aieesnei esc suit. 1I'n.' roolll.
H. Lowell also said his agency SLOAN, 1R. old Lakeland Industry. MO I- Howard Radio and TV MU !tl Cash *>e* a, ate TRI NO BEANS It M kusbel wo Sod_ .,t,11. anIMuee 10 Open Friday Evenings
(lerk Clroiill Cmirl 11'IS" ...... rnlImIu 3.la,0. 412 Lonafellow, I 101 etotHmw You pk-k. It. C Boutwell. Swlaak A_Mt4_ P.. ._l49BoutH_ Bled
;; has started to develop a program .PAL.) Jon, Mn.., HUPP Belt !01 ,_,...... C .>*He_ > Road UT t.1117 WHITE fORMAL 'real JiieTilkw .YAMAHA ORAMD plane ,soor,
to bring harmony to the 'T.Ml F.raltwroIUEa 04 .'L 0) *..etOI < 5. Lane. :Alee skirt cummtrund ,1.t hostS Three rears
sewelee STRING BEANS II hue per yoi too riorMa '.
neighborhood and that part of tr-4TNC CIRCUIT coU ).TWI Best furniture pruMathers ... Screen Repairs 10* 'Meetiiiien ft reeestf pInt and krint eontamrr Alder MO iIBMLakeland Lon..11n.. 2,311. .I
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP PiiMnkiiw tumlieeIM .5... Plpkll Road Call MU .- s Lowest
the program Is ready and will MU Purnllur Sterna 413lilt BCHkkNU REPAIRED: ln'e<;' win Pie we ft .....e.' lee* prirea
FLORIDA' IN AND FOR') OLK creenlna' replaced IB weod er 5" ..d.. Ylionneon IS'S. HO DOWN PAYMENT
be put into operation soon. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY' metal frames. Pick up delivery Ill Hett..irf.t SememeHl Prom IM to I1MEZ
Case No. tm thukot I] n.-&J" Seevtii 5.000
He said the agency was "act. Pane No MTVKIFTT lavtnmower Repair m wanlod, MlenlIsa000a Monthly Payments

ing pursuant to its mandate"and r-OR H\VINrm. ) LAWNMOWER" REPAIRING Sews Swimming Pools 111 CM'iee ..u.._' UneUum run .. I:] N up
and tools sharpened. Buy and sell Automotive Rea HUM S piece Silos
HARTronn COSo.1: :I'TII"tT. )
was concerned "about a Connecticut corporation. ) ..0.-.. Itla..,. 1304 Lanlsr. MO K)OL* CLEANED, rap.lred 114 aukeIII LIP co....__ room SourS . . .n N
ethnic tension anywhere" I II Plaintiff Irxix .21.n Ik I a led. cherairala. supplies ...-. II.......... Jt... l.'tM leo ..rI.. erInnerawina
I v, 6-1151 eaulpmrni' WkH 703 Sun Mala It, *sls.5O5loS : '' mattraee . Illtlsed YOu'LLAGREE
iT "Riii-Kim ) PaintIng "U t-IJ" sly Leommanelon ::... bedroom suite complete
.M. w
:
and i) sos .t.a.oasdil.s leon _.
Moscow Radio BARBARA A. RUlxJbRS 9hia FAIN11M" fcPICIAL Aver... hi.lerlol foR. l" P Lon. poola. nail ClanS III SOP to... .- COPS ,._ NO Rea 1418 ....,.... dlaetta Mill

wIfe. S OIls A.rus.aarisr i .-N.OlInsurne AIIA-IfI40 u. Pu0 5,05,1.lrn0nnonMIn Memos set . . . .iOoed "

.r""d.nt' I lUt First also wark. Otiaran- II, .05.10 N0000n .... 'O.od IIIId n'. . . ito ..
Ups Broadcast NOTICI 0. SALt teed Reftreacea Phone 111.4J85 Upholstsrlngsuable 111 Part* 5otWp.e Tltee 101.. S 5. u PSewS mows.

ICto I. ".rati7 CiviC th."rt.f ouratiant after 34.P51571150., 114 Truck rreilr ONE Sew . . . . ......
: [f fthat
a final decree WASHINO. UliteULTUtO'5.IC. Rentals wed slo'et awl refrto.ereters .
Into PekingLONDON ,loaure ntersd In the above entitled work oarp.tr...... .. ails donors and 11"_. n. .. .. 141 Mtil up
work Interior eilerlor suable Free "...... 111 Si iaes Puao.u Ow Slat
Circuit pick ..
cause In the Court of estimates, reasonable Solos' ..... UP Ill PornoSted .0..90..1. craft paint . SIM call*
aoi
Polk County' Florida, I will aril theproperty unit. en.tdia. Mr TurmenPkturo and delivery Phone Ml 444 IM *sPn.noiaa 5.50 PLAYS Alee leree clock of Plunklnc aad
(AP-Moscow Radio eltuate In Polk County, lllns.woMh RoodVenetian 111 Fee CooL M'.005000s00 Hardwar
rinrlda, deecrll>ed aaIX : 111 Metel *arl Mnuise
has increased Its Chinese It, ninck II. MJlA: JIOW. Frames | Blinds 114 111 MOb...._Hews!. Memes Less I POLT FOAM OUTLET RXmBEX the Ledger Want Ads

language broadcasts a third to I.AWN HDIMHIuN'' UNIT Plots RE FRAMES Beautiful VlHriCALa AND' Borismanufactured nIl piMtoe Per 50.1 \that musical INV\IDIftt .. Cut It Any Blast
the NO.2. Iwikelanil I"trtde. a... f..maa and ..,,"1.. cu.". i and Repaired. cleaned. 114 s>ems Mill Steerw WE PAT TOP PRICES will sell your r
carry propaganda war with ennllnsi lo the plat thereof reedy made. Oainee An Shop.a reflalshed Ale automobile ....- lOP ee.esi 4 Ceow any morw-UU Itt Dial Por Good Deed Puralwr Uul
the Red Chinese leaders to Pe '_nl.." In Plat Book 4*. paai
... puhllp record of Hoik ConnI be ....Mel T San Ml -11S1 to start the CALL
*
king's home 141 Mum MU 32044 Check
territory. rlorlria, ,....tl'., with, : let Lane .oleie ,your borne now

The summer schedule of the Heater oven unit range allpermanently Real bill.r Inexpensive Claitslfled Ad then
Installed YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS Polk Trading Martus call MU c-llll to

Soviet Unions main International -at piihllo; aCtS. In the hlfeai and r:: .= Meme Lets that brines you cash
Lets place
I ee* Ida a
,...t bidder for cash, at the Hr buyer-getting ad.
outlet featuies Chinese 'ill BWTT ia SAlT
front IMmr of the I'olk i'ountCourthonee \ BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION 1:: ..?z ;..: __ buyers fail VTOMATIC MU
programs above all others Programs In ltarI"w Horl.U. I.. "' ...-_ p-tw WASHtR. m 110< .U5
trIg .
: ranaf refrMeralew W
beamed at Peking have twen II ::100 AM and I'M. PM 141in W =r1M I Oieatacsiae MO I-43M t
the Hitd.t .,f Mnv ..14. ___ _
on .'-'''_ -L
been Increased from 42 to 664 n H. SL' \ II' DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified 111 eveel Sttete aHfte *sIII LECTBOLUS VACUUM lessor

hours a week largest boost In lerk fir. nit t;"uiiL I weel astete Wsesse] l.hes t,00i toad b"eoktu
S SI L* 55$ ice* ee Solo 00001.son,.' :1000" 145 lull
the schedule. .990 l _.,-_ MSIO Jo, I, u Tn""I" PaIL I V







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MERCHANDISE *

AUTOMOTIVE LAKTLAND LEDCER.Tuci.da,. April '
2 lK 1
111 Sporting GoodtAPACVB 121 Lrts.oo L 1is
Mobil. Homos REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
WHATYMEW
O. OVtH THt MILLS AND FAR NHttfUNMARKCOKovmavnK.
C A UMNO trailer*. >. LAIR .e V130T NO LICENSE

jonae th* kMl. OMS kvfort park burtal Bird,.n ruuuu,. 04. 60516 Tb'H"ODEL bed.11 reolll.vld. 14. 110919.Lb.. = TILL. SURE ENOUCHAH.TW FOR THAT LOAD? 151 Houses For Sole 153 Houses Fer Sate
WItS
Park Florida.U2 MU er .11b.ut In& Mod t.rmo -= WHO AR5V3U
3-411' Z71t'r
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Wanted Mlicollcuieeoi :400 rIj10 tedM1'1t::oVne-'b S: ',: ,: BRIGHT NICflTTSESA MSUNd LAO ; $61.85 PER MONTH $50 PER

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5511111 tI3 MON
Ao..tlU BUSnN
tAU POR pr U..... It.m. D-K. 1111111. B OUT WITH. uPTA1t4tt
IfU 33311.WANTOD TKCfXLO'OUTVlRENTALS T e. bedroom Cl bom Sole t and 1 aearao*
124 Trecki Weet Cukl la R.... ,..a PanS that lOot k* MM laaudiatalNo .
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IU Automobiles For Sal bI _D .t U.n. iUloci. ISiS
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.'63.II.*PORSCHB, radio. DuaUa Super U.M... 13,400 11.00.. 129 Ftmlthtd Apartments k I!* RENTALS RENTALS t* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FHA MANAGER

MU 3-17M. ALL BRICK HOMES

;01.AU 1964 LlDCOID. AU ..... Oil PURW8HID"ulll TtIID'lleuoo.l APAItTMINTS.aMOTBL 129 Fwrnhhed Apartment 1)0 FurnIshed Houses 1)9 Unfurnished HOUIOI I 144 Acreage, Lib For Sale 153 Meant for Sal.

er. alt 011d1806d. A.I h6pI. MD ,1861.. MO dies tafmcai as tout tot $100 DOWN
Call Pol T, MO S-3301. 1800. 8OUTHOAT&, TWO III ..
: A.A Shoes.. fIrst floor THOU BEDROOM two bU CB SMALL 4..paiatnt our lot
jTiMOUTL four door, on* 180 008056 Uame.TMCNTB titimieo, one tar aa ilency.. LiII...., .tllltl".e,''.','parkin.111. Lake Morton Area 3134 CWTAN . I roomi IH LAKEFRONT h.uOl In II...'. bmt reiiden- o Compltta tlitlnt of all .*nra.
owner. power *terlnt, brakeoand olehed. Dlii.I tetlred or bu.lnee.man. 66184. 3 bedroom built-in Ual _U01I. New wall-lo-wall earpetln minI wned hornet (a Am ..
tranemlaeloa. Low MoML teoO Mew S8a-I84l. CLEAN: nicely rurnl...... tw bed rant '. .
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550
condition. $850.mutateIxccllMt MU 0- Tampa Huhway.THRKI OARAOa APARTM'INT;:; room. H duplei, ....." dim, and ..... Cell b.... 199 00 month dry 1I.11t. 13.300 01004 OOlr "n.Good BI.b...ud.... beautiful* air yard.conditioner.018.100 Lane Call IMPERIAL u 1. OU. Monthly ibis ay .1.DI
per
.814.1M1. ROOMS elraa. ioIoij. block tram tit, hall. HO month. room 14* Florida room soru.. Ills CIY1TAN . 0 room. 3 IIOfO 8J3-7398 Barlow, attar 4.1) ana ar & 519 H. Y_. An.. Lak-
.. ". l.tocatloa, Shrine klteh... III !year around. Adult, aa pet. II: huud. t* Mile*.. leiirea.. ehurohdowntown. bedroom Plot id on weekende. land Jr. Realtor
Tu.ke.
COMIT a toon alt R
Air oondltlooed .. SouUi R. M. Marler & Son .
.... tumUhed. Adulto oal,. I Lake Are.8FAC10CS s.. *t*. Adult*, no pet*. CONSTRUCTION CO., MU Praportf
too*. feneral *vcr PIIIIIIII 6861540.P7ISNIS610 ijuolpu 170 per month. Owner bath. Built-in tins* ud a"D. RtALTORJLULAi4ot RIll r OA tale. tare. bedroom. kan.1.11.V P'.
THRES Property
aU oonditien ioa4 Prlc ll.oto. raom Cell heat. *loo month.ABBOTTHECKES. lOb bills Cloee t* erhool.! "but. Mao .
phon in-Quo. OR inlurnUhed. ....- clean. Heal new Bear and Ward M0 W083 t. Mam osl-eu Bullt-la SppllOBI Termt.H34810. : INC .
.. baths ShoppUm Adult '3' ..
tart
NOIT lEU. or trod. mo ford IM09? _.tbl entrance.,. N_"','.00 to "... &eIIIII sib 1 P.. ,.
coup and 1BB7 Ford cood ... MU Ap neate. CO. P1RST T1MB "" .rod. IVk acre JUST FINISHED CB horn, two
...U...*. both run .aod. far nlc* -444t. DIXIOLANO. Id,1 for 50581. 1)1 Per Pint, MIscellaneous hIsS kad Or,. Plenty et 011I bedrocm. paneled den-eooeert- 111..18 ..*.
lull cticTralt V-t. etlok at MMomo. PRnATI "NTBANCt. ....... Cl1i&IU___ 5-4216 ur 1IU "-'101. Betltor LMLA tree*, Rood ....hloat.n.. only I, IbIS tnlrd bedroom full ceramic ONLY $400 Down"!
t. 50006. Uvlni mlnt.* Irani cIow.._.. Around I
room. bedroom 311 SOUTH .0. .. ClOse In. Twipartmrat TWO BIDROOM trailer prualeot 117 S. Term. AT*. MO l-alh bath bulll la vanity larfe ll.
1MJ OLDSMOBILB...* bard kltcbra.. bath. Ooonntrnt $ouuTTRACTIVKLY >. *. 1 loris room *..b Furnished ] bedroom boss.. 17 80 down 140 per month. CoIl toll room kitchen with FrmobProtlooial 1
tap eootertlbl Two dovr. with lid 1IJ.31t3.5elib64.bd. c..... 0111,. wIth privat ball, air oondl Phon MU 3..831._ Mt1 14o31 ar MU S-3H3, aft, nabrnita Colored ranee.hood. OWNER SALE 3 bedroom brick and block
hiab-powerm V-o All txtrw.rood lloned. ale larai -- a 16 CAROLYN Orl.. Woo hodrooms 430.CHOIO. Retlrlctedarea. I multi-bath
J'nlltkoc"" 'In Wins
mAILLOt UNDER: lariTeleepa subs, too
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ordIUosfl.S83-434L.
Lak parlor
rDRNIBUK BACHELOR appllanom lenced >ard LOT. aO' 15C With 87bruslUul NO DOWN PAYMENT
.0' APARTMINT
SACR1PICR. MUST llll IramMI $* Iwo bedroom .par"" ...... to8 tare roomi. electric kitchen, aatti two tour. and child...UtllltlMturnltbed. Hand! to Boutlnlde echooli. Clark Pin 64... Combe are.. Near echool bua 11... Cany "'.18.. Height (opposite Winston
siol,' 59 VJksroi.fl sods... $846. South Florida. Phone MD J-J891. with thowr. Solos cleaa aolprlral. 8I3-3000 ar .18511. Realty. 4IB-403I. 13M, 4" tI..., lit monthly. Alto bar ether lot availableid e..r lot tIlls tan oak. 3 bed
.3..3&1.. &II.. S.Lrsboook. I : Bert Rud...... Realtor. Phon will build M lull Call LaMIe frame homo .IW wood grade Ichal).
niRNLSmo .
MU .U.. TWO .
121
OR eerel furalthed South BEDROOM new bru-k daplei.
Jim Dafla DorIs II Ud.tt. Iso., ). Clan Ate
.. 133 Mobile Homes 8S8-1711. lno.
I
VOLIUWAOEN Bird.RKDBCORATCD
1 81 convertible brantifal .
Lai $_ 1136tetortoa air conditioned block to 6881334.MULBKRRV. .
19.000 15* month. CaUh.1
Low condition. Banaln.: 681-197:. | Drlr*. Phone MO Ohm bednporch. ..II.... Ken Hart, Kealto. Traaeuc.7173 MEL RUDY

"JRiiiAti'LT"V upllla.. Pour Cool and "" ....... Cloeedowa CLEAN MODCRM furnUhed hoaeetrauera pII... ..8831.1.ONPOINI8HIrD._ 145 BusIness Property : HOME for1 isIs. lIt*. 881-7S8. o
door5 1110O ..U... LUt ielat ... ClotIn. HIC. LOCATION. Iowa AdulU, Ptoa MU I- COL...... Good lIlri coa- bedroom carport lari lot food tMTJt RlAtTOWMOnTQAOl
. *. "'0. 30. 831561 Cleu .and .. DtlliUM raralebed. Bua.tlO POUR room out latloo.. 1380 down. Call ew7J BKOKBRSJ7
pleaeaak Lane eloeet ."..... 3731.BIAOTIPUL bata b...... 4.10 and 53$, CloMto
8uCall MO 8-3408. Adult. Parkin. Water 18 doll. 443-MH. tehool. MO 4-47a ttStDCNTLUt COMMKR CIA I L. RCDUCED PRICE SIrs two bed- > .. Memorial Bird
furnuaed. 11 PIIT AIM .... REDUCED $300!
aduaUlal
lota MORudy
310 WHO an* bedroom all area room furolehed CB. Florida dial4107 anr time
'$5ORD. au900oUs. $75 CoO Cannon. Mica TWO bedroom trailer Ilihte. room
tpartment for 015 cummer FOUR LOVELY SoutluMo bomea Realtor, toll M. MemarlalBled.
arport electtl Neat modern two bedroom
IfU 1-1201 SMALL ALLIS fan 107 Palmola Drive, water turnlehed. Laundry I"tII.LIH throe IM-4107 kltohea 144Cheitnut I
MODERN .o. "" ...&. near bmtroomi. fenred lome will Road.CB. .
PORn 1M1 air conditioned Fair- I.... sIsoSi. for odul\.t. III Sail LabS Holllnnwarta. CU ktt. itallabl. But line. 3801 appliance. too-4110. Cloth on huge beautifully land NEAR HOSPITAL

I.... 100. Two door, ..ry rleaa8H&0. I..mi,, PlLn ._ MU 1-1230. 3:30: OMI3VI.EFylClSNCY. ,-_ North Florida.__CI81011.PORMISBCD ._ _____ __ Ro.II 888-4011. IN Kraft DOl TRIAL Paode. approilmatelr TRACT adjoin t. THREB bedraome, on* bata tcaped alto outside city. Only -

Winter H..... CT .-...,. OAJMOI APARTMINT. Pear OTILITlta furnllhed. TWO 1ItDIlOO-: .. SOS BuwanneoLartt ,. Acre III.h...,. 11&II....... lao.Ooo air art Sal paneled fenced family room new Two bedroom aondltua.CB 1. at.la Ik.
conditioned RO-1036.
1863 TWO door whit ford Oil ,00m.. Comlortoble. eonranleotl II. pet*. Wectild Call MO TRAILER. IH bedroom eloeeto eenetlaB bllndi. Jal.nled Jolla ". Brennaa 110&1",. ...- Pout block from elementar yard $10.101 For detailf and C.

tit MO. Floor .hlt" Call .811- located. No. Beta. Inquire 101 Lea01 a-aajo. *a full .1M lot. Wit trot portS, with or .Ilboul, IPX I..hool. '!'b,.* blork from netih, 8ao.to eet. 813-1177 ..poln'.
2075 after .. street.COTTAOC OAII'OI tore and ,refrlterator Coos SOC BEST !
orhood .
APARTMBNT 114 Hort porch. LlihM and water Included : itet C88O88B.E DU SOUTH
or 185. Adulte MORRIS Realtor
PDOIM ttr.L'Rl..k. RISTER
POUR Stella Arenu*. Pour Nome bath Farmi RonchetACRB8
room Florid 146 Crovoi Modern ,
117 Autemobnei WanttJCASH room, all SistIne air. conditioned aran., plue two room *ttlelencapartmrat. Sll Nokoml Arcnue. lit we t. bill 11-8101. I I', turnlihed ONB wall-to-wall bedroom eomoKt carpet', te t I "A Personalized Service"

oil heat, Hilt Boith Florid Both farnwhed. doe. NEAIW'TSON Cllnlo. Twt hid.too bath wit separate dlnII
nt ID llrlni othr
A..nu.. to town Monuomery SI S year old oreni room U
Ward
iirio anSearatowa. McCollough-Frazer Inc. i. eonoreta burl avallab
C'L&A1f 54 room
050. to 'II Inoleum. It'llOO .
.' Ksoellent let DixielandMI4833. large
Ho children, Da pet*. within foe dare. 111 leieburi, ore potential too 000
.
1504.1 Call .0 5.3861. ORODND PLOOR attrartltipartnenU Reference. 811-atal.. I 400 B. Memorial 080-fl Ito 605.3403.110Ui with 10 year loom.. Call Sad Just off Lake OIIC8
PAT CA8H for pickup Viol 0. r... laundry lacllltlM.recretuon sink day ...-aUl. enln* 100 DOWN aa like-new homeen Hollingwor WATPOI
sir Usd00 ..1 .Dd". 8180.1 ..611MU Grow Trailer CIt,. COOL. Well PIR8T floor near (toneue. Poll ,.." Firs roolll CB., 8811-1808. man, ana*. M.1 Rudy, Real Only $14,2501 ROl01. tlDOMIHIUM A'ATMt'
... > turahhH.11II18" Call "V 3-nn. LARCLAND
11. HARBOURAPARTMINT
3-.IN. Hlihwar, titan Park ,. '
at**. 130 SuU Tnnue A.eiue. 134 Mobil Nome Let I ACBUt la 11 year old tree 4 to Memorial Boulevard. aadHREB *

IN flaah. car or pickup.l I' ART III NT&. ills, tll.BI 3 Bedroom I bath eoreened Porch' acre 01 eitra wooded land unroll BEDROOM, two bath,,' MEL RUDYLMLA jeOO Parker Drift W.
'* er ldr. Call Old-dan. wild 111 M and lit per _k. Uihu. SHADY near Crretal Lake 11000. loll III.b..., 'OOD"" .. Dtclrab. Florid room, Lila Olbeoa areiIU t. .
Sill Howard.WB water and. ,.. farnlihed. Childrenwelcome. Ian FACIle tour LAKB room,Parker till batn., loeely terraiaofloor n*.1 era tacultlre LOTS. huffleboard clean mtrooraihcweri mod-. 3 Bedroom arreened poroh electric NU...itloa 1-1381.to b* eubaiTlded. Pbon .-00.8.II REALTOR aDJ OP 60351 DA'

PAT 110 up Ounk cara- UI tail Oik.AIM MD tlerpln roenn. *. porch .Pier beecb prlvlleiee. ., and 15.04,?. Coin rental rani *HS 00. Owona. 51,.. bodoom bolos, MORTGAGE BROKER 1..1U 1LVXtOal
truck). Fro. pick ap. Tonkel'tIron Milt Pint floor AdulU. 4i$-8T3ATTRAcnva '. trailer Thre mile act 13. I I Bedroom Bear 5.000 A Ward. 20 CRIB Valencia ....., SIrScrop Cr75101 Lak* area. Mo down par.m.l. 1527 E. Memorial IKUS8VIDON'T
eneed Blvd.
e> .....1. In*. 1-3117.._ POUR ROOMS and bath. lwl Pnone 8114041.LAKB lord 188 00. Included 100000. 0 year Call MU s-0711.
'
UPPER bedroom I I I Bedroom, *X)( N. Lincoln, 14000
American furniture. AdulU. Swim. on. -ma. Call Red Slob day 0181711 dial 680-4107 time
WILL FAT *a>h for clean car er lOInS BOnl BAB AAllth___._ _aunMMaLOV1LT __ apartment. Ptlrat bathentranc .' BONMf Pour Btar MobilBom 1 Bedroom electric raoae, South venlntt ....1101. any
Hrbua. 'It ar elder. MO 4-4408. n .. Otllltle paid ..cpt lai. Park Hew larywt let* II sets I
AIR CONDITIONED eftloloncr. Ul Wool Peachtr Strut.THRKB Lakeland. Blab and dry Muni*.. Mel Rud,. Realtor,
,'I..ta patio aear Hntchtnean. pal electric waur and *ewmeter ... Un .. 147 Income Property WEST PALM
CASH FOR YOUR CAR ROOMS and bIOs eeron Memorial Hltd. First
Oolf bus
COUTH. 4101 Norm Florida iaa lois. Black Is or LETVACANCIES
Attn... floor near. ator* and ku.. Adult* iw Or*<* Park Shopplna Ceter. Phone410T Lltlnf at .Its list In toll us...
PaD a"1t Chenalet will .DI,.! MU 047.1.10DIRN Ooad lak* tlehlnt and boat- TWO DOPLKXU 'four apart- room family ham with S bauia.
U Ifl eleaa CLO81 la one or twbedroom l..aII menu) kitchen uralahed. Airconditioned I' bus all klndi of llvlnt area Final Home
boy your ear TWO bedroom '1IP1n.nle.r .05. pet* llto North Cry-1* REAL ESTATE
carport Ho peu. 111 / fumlahed. pool gulL newdletrlct. 561 Leke Drl.. MO 1-7471. excellent returnineeetment. II I. tompletoiy redecorated nloelandecaped ,
SouUi Lake .
Phone 4I1-O811._ sod eo navenleat towrytblni. Settled, eheded and triffli free
Adult Low
CAR PAYMENTSTOO ft." 418- .ROB PR1VATB
trailer lot .
NICE APARTMINT lint .. so 143 Mobile Home Lots RO-11M. ocatlon Orot Pool
floor 01. bus line, pmtla Children walcom Ift8' FRONTAOB two bam**. In near A 1
BleotrH kltcrun shower, a* pete. 1104 colonial .aU eelo l. Induitrlal SluM ...... Reduced bedroom a bath horn tint eonldequally '
HIGH? Adultt. 1J01 SoulS narlda A... CHOICB LOT. 110'.1 s.. with 21 Leah. Realtor 110 north Ma**.. CLEVELANDHEIGHTS well houi a youni ornlor 'N.
nue.THRIB. 701 E. LIME beautUul pint tree*. Combe" ..... 881-4341. <* family. Ll.lr. and Florida .
Pndarrll Chevrolet Will par all ROOMS air eondltloned 1)5 Rooms fer lint Ill down, ll' monthly. ,... combined for a 05504 *f

ymr lotS ..id.l car end lend Ills bathe hlreir lurnubMl 104Houh Cstra t Ian*, leo ,kedraora tiled 111381. .. .. Realtor. Phone euo, 148 Waterfront Property 'loom pac* enur and Informality hallway lonneetlniwith entered Rent them fait with a

yea bNa. la ..* to* tan afford Sueceia. Phone .13..1.. bath, with icparate dlnlni toomclcml LAROB ROOM, ilean. Bear kOfintlemaa : ; $9200 bedroom ellIs and kitohra.dlntni .

Se* Mr. Kuettn ale Bl.oCk' 'rolll 6011060 LI.ln, heel lurnlihed with water Prlc .preferred._nabl..*r kfO man 5-1306.awile. '144 tills wonderful... bedroom CS area. Terraaao n., Aperfectly tat reaching, l.xnllv
Acrioge toll For Sell SACRITICB G. D A P *aU>. .
lOom. kll h.n ellIs and eewai furnlehed laraje.. .
PENDARYISCHEVROLET bedroom, bttn. Coil MU '-4I8aI 181 a month. Call lotS Traneu SILl eLIA" room 11015 to DI.III.nd. 130563 bedroom anl ISis.5i5iSi ::for U you want it la a load U DIR IJO.OIHI. RO-llIt Cu.le Ad. Phone MU
of MU13S4.. I wlta T. R. Turket, it. Realtoat CaU 1I1J 1-0133. LAND BUT-1010 Mrca .....1-1 STI80. Cull ar term 0010. on a aulet traet$, and tool

Ills ROOMS, porchet. lari rood .Oln-tl71 or eteoinn OU-7S90' LOVBLT PURMSHID room prl- cleared pine land 180 per acre 1 Lane week d.low...trIm C000muoOouiob.i 111. $4 OIl oa I bolos that U In wonderful repair. A. S. MORROW -1151 today t It a your

new opholitory, ttitomattg ...11- tat* entrano prl,et* both., te .. 1340 an cattle ranch, anted Slid lldeaway. 0 mile Nona exIB The beet JIItI' iso be ad.
ATTRACT1VB THREB and phan Ideal for croc fenced. Corral ud loadlnehatet . botieht en ..n.U..., torn aocXnlnt ,. _
08llll.
*f IB! T4S Ruthln MI3O55.IHROS SIllroe ialemaa 301. Woods and Waletl "aIIG LiLA
110 H. Plonda a?*. ,. apartmenta. S40 and 030Downrtalre. . 191 per _.. (0 acre. oeU.. HO-I1B4. 211t .. .
ROOMS and b.Lb. itiwir83corotod Hg Ea.t Roe*. onli IUOO llaoo do... 300 aoree. 100 PT. Lakefront 30 rente coat 1.111
Stool lunietted. Win ""' i WORKING UINTLIMAMferred. 80 bead ., cattle only lao.ouo. ot Lakeland en Lak HatehUiehLaet .
121 Mobile! Home. dew laa. OIl itreet aarklef.Cumberland. IU'I PUHN18HKD APARTMENT: twibtdroomi Lari, Bodera turnlubroom :4 1.000 ...... tour mile from CTpreea lot for loll at 14800. HI.h THREEBEDROOM DISPLAY
compute bam, llflnoom . Prl 1.et. entrance, pru... aardeni. D S. blihwtIrontaie I and dry. Can to by boat to Klalmme -, GOLD DOOR KNOBS CLAaalFISD __

TRAILER BALKS rental* lojuraac Hb BLOCKS from colln*. Twobedraomi effleleocy IlluSion lUll II.. bath room. Rcaaonabl rat*. MI70I enlr S7SO pet acre. Be I .> er Miami. Be* R. C. LelaR. CB
*. itortie, part tuppllee. la- llflni room dinIng lunl.hod. onrnlnt t* buihnpplnt .. (let phon rlnt inS UrnCLOHB . R. O. L.ti or R. 1.. oardne' I.. Outdoor, .. L. Still o* Bud
lured bonded local and ooUoo61tr.o.000s.rI. room loriS kltrhn torn porch.. thurcue, adult enl,. ROOMS. BRU7.11 oc.di'ii .T. Dlck'i RoaI',. IOU Bail Main. UK at Dlck' Realty 1011 Sac ON H ACRE No but tIll priitli bom b 16Ft.

JackX 4T10 Hew end bath. Phoa MU 0-0820 arUO MU 0-4134. 130 bun Flies, 1.-h wIlls 011861110 0015.. MultI Phone MO $4133.IV5 Main ... Shin MU 0-1133. I $9900HOWARD ..orl 1.. .than,. wt mrs Mklna
Tampa Blihway, MO 4-4O34. i. 50 It ....kl.. 005611 .* CLEVELANDHI1OHTS
$1284.Pown .
DEBUUBLB!: $OU1'IIAIDIPIOS. rr :"f. ..,.. .
ACRS tI.... '
501-7545 $25 ill ale-el dbedrooraei
_ _ 1'hl. bIn 110m. "nlab"
Jul I
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leal* 1. lor' bedroom. Men ISO Miscellaneous C
month. Mel 111'1
ROOMS Isruso .0arlm'Dt. KnOt Realtor FI.OOKSm
10 II e 10 M WIDM1I0Jln.1 Ior..ned "rob Off .1.... pin.: only. till '8'-1'". .. DOWNToWH. prltat o0bonn. 11 Memorial Bl.d. MU 1410'1.GROYI 186'. bit luIll.IStool.lur.su55lnI baihroom 6' CONDITIONBDl Stardust
II COOL Ill South M... CiSdOCI 1.5001.4 In SI Iarlo
ROM INStTRANCBSTORAai los, 114 DloDIII. II' WH' Slims.! ToTk.SM-40lOV LAND of Ill aeC tomes .60111 lou Beautiful dry irw>
10 Acrea hIS r
PARTS 6rooLoNf 1)0 ,,"d.h.. Hisses and take. Beautiful kith Ianwarn COtOIIID 011.0 from. Ills .1', limIts. of'J.IIlCa'iiI 13d' lot (On.111 ::1:1 rau.t drlreuv llppid with Tl HP 11,111.
iiiiii'1llilIIOON. !
.1UR.00M. s1rrptsreoorr.' prlratoticnce ... eectlon Lakeland fin land, ROMIS FOR ON 11TRSTRITT I Old ? lid. 14114MM 00 toll., Bl room and I Clod,, Mel lilt trailer. ,
nlrd nelihi>orliQo< Two BIDROOM b..... Adult*I ttnllemaa. tI. . 100or nil. Price HBO per ..... loomli'kd..s. ., WEST OP WEBSTER. 1.1 J0Oa 000lmou Mt I FLORIDA ROOI Fobs le a Slid" for funl
DEE'SMOBILE ., .loppln. ".ltI'. Jngulre 101 only. Mo pta Reterene IVO but and Mrei. Ill Weet MusoIls. So.n.. L. OardnorO. 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS. 0300 DOWN i-loll ...ul"... BO-IOtl. 117.000 term ., .10"1 I
W.., 'Y>.tt..D. > MTJ IM1I.MOOEKN ._ ___ Owners very rIO, aniloul
'i month _......, _Idn". IO3 0. Loll er Raf K. Leu .t''TO 1295
HOMES Rica TWO bedroom sinus lOutS.flirts. last Ttlmcla.TWO LlVINO, bedroom .om. 01,1.', Rftltr, loll cut MIlD. FHA QUALIFIED BUTBRS .loll and "k a look tIlts
Vnramrr ratra. 8ontl ld*, bl.aUG. 601,015 boll and cotI. rhone im.1131. MEL RUDT REALTOR, 1811 B ot aeit to It arailabl RO1117. -
041 H. WabaiB MO 0-OHI 9104 8I1>ROOYe. ceiBCIeU: GILLETTE Hoses, 6NI.
m.no tlU t't 1'11-13"Park.. For appoint3PPOSITB raralihed. 410 Wool ..1..... 18 toloslohon..... lull, Linen air usodItMoud and utllltfnrauhed. WIlli.. COMBOS MANOR Into. Hardla- MEMORIAL.: : 888-4107 AWTTIMIIS1 1778. t.nl.u a j Comilr
per month. Drlf by. Uiu cal Combos Road. 7fil3t". City water
RtAtTOH LMLA I
LOT hauertra BHtirrLKBOARDuowpy lies Southiato, -
7H111 wlttt U.
:neu..r" 2 roost and Florida room It a.f. Lel*, Ulck'l 1IO-t:133 101 Bait Beaeoa Road. MO 14113. and lectrlcltf I ? II 4IS. termeLew 110 W. Walnut at B. Fla DICK'S AUTO SALES
'OO P0'J., ." lulmfO'fr.'ab. tdultf. MO Last Orao.e Ml.10 )/ Mat, phen lorsail. 8M-II7J. 0. MCHOIC1 Leonard Rabin
hal Estate PHONE MU 2-4179
Plieni 1lst9iw. IxchanfeTRAOKai
1341 WOBIS-sIru twa bedroomlarport. BtULOlNa lite. tOil I. M.I" MU 2-tt\0
:i.Tr,1l nlrom ' 47$. Adulta, a* teU04 136 learns With oerdIOARD 41' dlreetlf behind 388' 0.11150VIlLA .
FOR SALS: All aluminum trailer Junile trailer ISO. IMIOOT. 05t4 Helihta al.d. COIl ..110"1: 1 WB lot 'omi W* Rllkml loll B. Lime ...
and uralehed anfur- .....In.. .. 1I..nda,. cell e today Ken narrla.
.IIIU. at WITH IttDChM to .. 0411, MO "3170.
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BUhed. Make slur B CbampUaat .an. tlerUloa trim Keaeaotbla. Ullaet 1tslIor.fn-b.n.or. HSfl-JHI. Cal 682.610I
TWO Ba'DROOMa. elertrl kltebCOTTAOB TAMPA HIGHWAY 148'lnBO-, .
PaII.l > tin-l61"j' 50''
John'l Tonrlet Iron' ....rt..THRM.... in. 18. .ontb. 188-3.3. ..... Oak "'H" .oellcnt Utmtment 7.eoo.. tnha 152 Kiel Estate Wanted 529 W. BEACON ----- END OFMONTH

AdulC,. Quiet lit d... IdIot '. all day 116turdar i. llron.... 14 W. Mala *19. NEAR SOUTIiaATE

I 881..341 .r ......... sod iu.daP. 1)1 Unfurnlthod Aportt.JNCOLN 4163.1itU44. SOUTHGATE

OtiPLIX TrlRE room prireuatn MS Oeeeula. Deelrabl LAND 400 loriS LIST YOURPROPERTY 3 BR 2 BATHS
entrant WaUr (urnlaheilAdulti for oonpl ."". Quiet aelihbor.hood. 0000T ApartmmMODUIN I ood MIL *om* timber eemicleared. .
no peta 140 ...,... USPlorUi Hear bu* and iWOM. Refer Lekelud' tlD... lot sslunid pro Hear. Plant CI',. Only WITH US $21,000 : APPRAISAL
Keoturkf. .or**. M8-OI8S. ... "mil u-Ia $54 $064 1116MU 1180 per .. ,.. Term 11_ dowo.sea r,: I Mom::
LAKIPROHT ORNlHnn ."3M. Gardner R. C. Ll orHay eatral Heat ind Air Condition 3. Scr N nedPauo.
> boue at.L. /
tt Clearance
AIR Rhnrty ftn'l BULL It, BURN 'I.
CONDItIONED aloelp lurnulled Let at Dirk'l Realty,, ,
three jom apartment O Uibt and ...... Children *cceptd. ruRIM roomt tlectrlo I, lOll Kait Mala h.n. 011-1133 IT DOWN R. .. Miortyl palmer .If** year around comfort. Cine loll
Miller, 111 Souto Waiertoe A To CaU after I .,... week lichen fall bath iraund near. Realtor. LMLA 104 B. Tencue to grammar echool and junior a 111 Mil. E10H.JOHN .
nu' MO .-_.. ayi. MV 4-lJJD. Near taper muket. dowatow4dult4. .. BIAUTlPU l HOMtarria: orerlookin ., Afenti. Phno MO f-4173 llh. ThU tlk. new OllOriOulroom Price 'III
PURNURID P1VB room hoUMoentral 111-8411. 1 Lake Oibeon. Waur, Ufo, Nest to S. Tcnn An. '''111''. by kitten Ian. llflniar good Thunrfsy
l TMEOF t KIND CLOB1 DOWHTOWH leg (art. ed lake .. J J. BRENNAN
ttreeta aree roa.... 114 ."11. OUlltlro paid.IJ InS for beatln* and air eondltlon-. -AIR CONbrnOKED, comer apart. boil, ram*. I81-A401. I (tree* with loins larie *tlltr Night, April 30, f P.M.
rent by day we > ...
Soitri New York 413-4011. or meat 0 5 .wll kltehea and worktbop area ye.' Realtor VILLA 8M-4103 '
o815. MtJ I-II8S. .AILCLAND IIIOHLAMIM, 7S.3l: O
dull*, n* act*, ho yard worII k. WB orr reeulUI need Inline
IOUKRN Dupti*. Ttirn Mom : Charlei.aOUTHSlDB. dIll 30 bit frilt tree IJ>,80( for lal,*. r ."' 1.. Mel Rudy. Real IS I. matonry ".trl.Un and 4 Miss Horn U RH
kitchen. SIt monthly TU IWO BEDROOM norlda room Call Red Blik. dire .,a.I1U,, Beautiful .. '
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:'IIe. I bedroom lar 1111 Saul Memorial. .. -.101. 59
adunusa. MU 4-354I. ottd aear Bear APARTMCNT. On. .eonlntt iIlO-Iooe. KO-1107. :
MAN lOWLY D10ORATSD, Uiroerwoma Mel Rudy IMT L Memorial. 080107 bedroom, liflns room, kltohen' I I CHEVROLE
kiotfora furniture food All tu* bath. Oak noon, Ill 153 Houses for Sele SOUTHSIDESECLUSION a.
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roonu lane, elwtrto kltche.. KEN HARRIS r-I
location Handr aearitowa ,ho.. TURIB ROOM *r *ftlolncy, Butt oI..n., tit. 3 ACftes-it pretty a tract aa, rr'
1101 tutor boipttal. Phone 481- door. Clean and iso. 010 Cr.- 4M-II34. lOS will .... jutt outtld City TWO BEDROOM b...* with 101115' KirhiMor LMI* $495
1350.C0'rtIQL. ,.ea*. MU "1808. TWO BBDROOM new brick dIn limit*. Bear Kathleen HUH School.BATOM unsold porch. Solos lot. "% I 1000 .. Florida I I8DO10
CLIAN air conditioned blockeollri Ii mile ouUlde .u,. 14.000. Phone Af. twa itory, loon bedroom
bedroom
you'd want In your office ._'", Mreeaed THRU porch rosm6loom.clean .* ah"ONB, lot. Bear hoaM hoepltal onar *. Ken Bar.... ....1"' .. PARK-W* hat 0 acreeBaton 88-001.. I 181.& hm. lovely *.al.! and

convenient "' .lIon. ieeaoaabla. .... Ption MTJ sltoa.SOUTHaATB Phone SM-jiil. _ ID Park Ares aa pared IIIW TWO bedroom lois Read! eo 70'MW lot chIll fruit '60 rONTIACIHe.
win be reading1 the Ledfer III '011.._. "M- 03.aODTHim TTA rtnCIZJrC'l.: On* or road for IIOOO. Oood term avail for Immediate occupancy. 1100 ,re... Reitful end quiet wtlklti
AREA two dcluume ,wa ......D.. 140 monttily. 1'1' able.ACRKAOB. II. ft tlfina area, built-in timemm IOLDRED"REPOI ItUutc t* Orof Park, hub, .*u**. ,.
*, MAM collate two I.' bedreome, SIr eondl- 0004,... 51.11. Thompe. ... .Ind..., full till bath nhool and lake. It ill, ba o at,. .. awwer.M495. .
Want Ads tomorrow. bodrooaia. tMi bathe. tertmid II..", fully furnuhed. Clark IJ-4JJ1 tr M138II.DUPLEX -M serif food land terrau floori arreeatd porch full attlo .Ib .' In b.I.. "1 .
louIS porrh, "'''.. Watot lurbhed. Realty, 084-403I. within s anile of Lakalaod eultaljle rlred It 110.000. no M 5month lucid |10 ll .kO ,
Place your offer where MO S-Mlt, ARUB SHADY yard Iwo bed for paetur or UbdlrldUii. afl.e a led dnWA ttaementCan $5750 Total! a reel barialnj I CarmenEatbrrllhl '
CONVEHlllfTLI LOCAnD 855 raome. IteMonabl. t- adult. Also SOUTIISIDE MOO 00 an acre, b. eea-dally -at Bun -Aura*. r ha?* tor tale ... with '1'. R. Tucker, Jr.,!,
ho'll tee It. Can MU SlUt ....toolll tlupl,.. Water 1100111114 efficiency wtta**. Ilia Wat APARTMENT Por Information call Jerry Mar- b y Oeorila Morttat Oompanyhe Reeltoy at MU 0-T17J or ..s.lsi.oh '
11.0' 851.4 $3500 moDIII. 010Ia.MsisoiIL our SBSTRtCTIDHOUEfirrW dl. CT 4-1110 ar Dos Wlzieri buy In a colored boue MU 0-liai. --I '59 PONTIAC
81-4811.. Beautiful property In Lakeland. CT 3-I4M. ID .. Completely remodel __. _
now. LAKB tirEflOM.: (ttractlTcly forUhed 0" ar the \lie.., twa bedroom Hlthjandt about tw* mllee from "u> 10 ildlni. Calallna 0-etli *r lietloA
tw* bedroom home twlmiln partment in an ....11.ml locaoa. ..u\ba.!*. Caca tract aver I 1803 STAOMTON A.INU.Lt ry lar* roomi. porort.bedrooml VH UDGI I ICIASS"rD lasso. Mae air ndltinln, *,
DO YOU WANT and flaIl,. ...1.11...*. 070 OAK FLOORS air tondloned acn wlta. paved road frontue.Xipenelve. duced. Corner lot thre bedracmt, S lltlni room, dlnlni pewer "_In.. pewer araliea.eenrer .
Clark Realty, M4-4031. electric kitchen clean. BU itlrtctly lamps already twa bathi. Florid room, **bUl room and 1 kath. Located *t Mlt ADS I rear wlnlewt, Kadi.

a Hire too. room furnUhcd (certnealf BATON PARat. Ions twa ped- Woodara after I. MU 2-4JJ4 built In Ul* Ire*. If you aIr and hell. J-IMI.. $" llth tret bout H block heaten all aritlnal.M095.

1 hart I... la a lood leatloa room Finds room, 0"_'. Ae- ar Planning to build 0 better dUTllIDs 18140 u I ram Roohell erhool. Prlc la CLASSIPISO! DISPLAY
tlott to ..u.....,. Beromed reps snail, child. Mil S-l70. ICRLV NtWLt decorated eea typ horn. why 01141.l for a .lty.u thu I.dronmu 58.0 till ha. only l 780. cal today.Leonard .
portS and ..,.... Jilts tard. CaU MIAMI OWNRH her Io rent *. apartment, tw block from .. lot. when yon can let aor*. ''rtn bade. WilkInS' 'd'iitance '
or Ill *t lbs earn* prloet Inveetlit ihopnlni and lrmentary acheolAcroe Rabin 64 CHEVROLET
City Adulto MU
Hall. l-J7tJ.
ell. loeuir us McDonald at 013ant
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the1 ttrwt from eovthweet '
CLAIIIfllO DISPLAY HARRY HALDEN L .in.toa.HKSB HREB ROOM apartment, all pr Junior Hlth. Went WIndsor .....,. yVellor /4 TON PICKUP 62 RENAUL
- MV MIM BEDROOMS. Welkin "I&. M 80 ".... Day. ptwne 481 off ".tb Lincoln Atenaa Model 1031 B. LW.
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Tena. Are.
13 Boat I juel
loeela.. Screened _oboa. AIM 8eUI III.hit. 8M- ai7. 114 Hortn I under conitructloa. Full Information 6826109of fh"u' tt n" ror Iweaa and
"raf* apartment available. Cl'anicMlmt Ioe&. _ _ _ H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR call fter 4 pm. ...-.110 Cal ELDORADO -"-"

I SoataUda LocaUou POR SAIl 1, owner. Two bedroom CAMPER $699COMPACTS
60 MG'sOne 43-3313.. I ITHERE'S 139 Unlurntihid HeutoiMl CB Btriwbrrry Mill Sub.

Ii 111 Striwberry Lan. Lot let < Automatic tranimlHlen,
AsoollItMI 81'. free 14.800. Phon ATwatcr4BMl pe er eUerin*
i MODERN two MoI.'a *>:! **. air conditioned.Lli .
RedOne Fred Webber Fort Mead Florid
SCORE A STRIKE .le!. "ul* kltohea. 411-2240 Of
Jim Pollard Jr. $7000
3-IB01.., 0150001.4OW0UI.: Law RELIEVE[
Whit CLJEAri Bob William dowa ...,.....D" Thrr* bdroome.
TWO bedroom duplrlno Auburndal WO 4-4r}&0O. ) OUR
Ito full I....
Aealnit budget till. Sell I. c....... elae M itorea. IIU Floyd Zimmennann, jr. bethe Florida $5995DICK'S '
1 car brlrk. On
SPECIAL eoeola. Inquire 12* Palmetto.MALL ._ room carport PRICE 61 CORVAIR
the furniture you no longer rear old PIous MO S-4130 arttRRCLOHlD
I lit S. Fterldi At*. IOU 0-313
HOUBI, four mIles. ..u"Dad. "U l-IIa8. 4-dV. edi
nse InexpensIvely with a City Bltb.... Ill week I Branch O/flc AUTO r.r. . t.-
$999DICK'S NOTHING 60.0.1145. 1134 1:. Oleander Mt1 10112IRADr : RAPOMBSSIDarialn THE SALES l
fast-action OaMlfled ad. m many Lakeland area
i LSO PLaitS lurnutteel 1 anbednoaa. Mel Rudy 11..11<1'. nil .. M*> I Ir 111011. M.I" MU 2.10 I 1295
Dial irU J-1151 BOW.CLAIIIFICD 3 Mel Rudy Realtor lorlal I"" '". 8-4181..

AUTO SALES I PERSONALa 4101.TUREB Ml. Baet Memorial Blvd. .... THRIll LAROS ...d'..... air ,

mndltioned. enrat ear per Itellalil '
toll I. Mai; MU 2.1610 BUIHOOM. carport Crye.al for Immedlat **cn- r PRESSURE U f 1 62 COME

.I DI.IlLA"t- Lake. Area. Cleaa. CaU MO 40711. pane,or. 1281 30103.iAI4i3AlNl Alma. SU-Mt. Call SJM I-1 "de., healer air _iso.

TWO BEDROOM CI nova*. Niwly uonPIIL IIIdutI litien**.
Ledger's "Per decorated tnreuthoat. Waurfurnbbed. bob. thre bodr0011. 1110 DISh.Ilu. $1495
taG monia. 124) Kaia- corner lot eoatenlml locaon. -
I sonar Column. Want to IMD Ro.... Call aea-4117. near Crrttal Uk. 11 looa a tight budget through

ODKRN TWO bedroom dupleiKJIchea fORCASH >h fir *, ult,. Drive ky llll USED TRUCKS

I spread a "secret" all Sppllaacee and coLorforshuhid. 8'11811IWaleollll Rothsgi 'on",. Thomae.H Call .*vase, aa..lfJe ids. To sell '63 FALCON
AND TRACTORS
MU 2-3110.
I poo over town? Dial MU } RETUtrMENT home dill things you're I'd.. dau>* trim "
bedroom CB hotue through I .
ct.1r.TWO roll heeler.
OVER &. CoIl ncorne. reated. Thre bedroomam VOLMWAOIN Herman <
6-1151 for lira Die* .
t an ad-writer I ICLASSIFIED ,
MU'TOS and yarai tparUaenl. two dial MU 6-1191 to Oh .TuteiiM wh.te well $1495
I OOSB POIroD" lat ... lit.. Boulnilde. Owner paid $131100 .- wll. I I .Lili new . .1141
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! 04 mak aa offer. Call 4IMI-34I11 place en id. fOUB Saneher plebu*.
Carter" Corner oa (lalaDrive. .
w 200 I 0 ( V 11 n d ,, .u_....
Phone lmt.
MO S-4181. BEOROOU. t..11 beta CI $row.rlaotio. CMos. SI.dtuiid '
I Ii $14 PLATIAD avenue five ,...... aaae*. IJ5O dowa. M0 1-7M1 I .. .5709 63 CORVAIR

II i .aU!. hot ...", .. Ian pcrtb. 11eek. utter 3:30: f ... '

I t CARS 1I DISPLAY MU 1-65DI. rio ijlt DOWN Three bedroom.,......n1.carport.5401.110 CSmfuheilunfunuabed. _"_"CLAsIl1O_ DISPLAY _".1 :'J i: ,:IO 912: 1C 'bud 4-dM,. *.Mden.A".

IIOUTHSIDI TWO bed000flL 104 "&alII
J lane lIrisi are*. tove and reIrtearaur W0.i0I3174. I I 1495
those unused articles se III'S

I TO CHOOSE FROM 64 8-0333.faralahed. 180 monthMU oils 2831 UHPOBir MellOw', (M1IO corner .COmbos.nthl.i '59 Chevrolet I 8ZM \ ,: iJli I

InternationalScout TWO BIDROOM hou... 318MootleeHo through a Ledger Want Rd 0. Three bedroom CB. I"balM. I LAWIS Also. oal.l. I '62 FALCON
At.. Near chant am hardwood floor. Shipley.lHOll Convertible I I I *Ili TOi. I I
Camper bus II..... 170 month sixwa b, 4H-I78I nllhte.WNER I' Al 1011. C.I I 'utur* Maell .
PENDARVISCHEVROLET ppoln'ment.. Phene IM- MI.i Ad. It, a smart way to Mi & .taniar*td. .
SALE: 1840 Sklaatrtret. AnUmatl trsatmliil, .t. .
4 wkal, aMr*. SIMM 4. i _CLASIPItD. _DISPLAY Three bedroom tw* tIll
.. radIi, h..,.,. Pills l 1095
Uu. paneled Florida room. Bear .
quick caih. .I."hi.
lottle rafrlfcrwtdf let DIaII4'U Many more
CO. 0 '< CAI"l 0.... Park. bill I-4878. I .
it.v.. Ut $4747.4 SILL TOUR : e.p. f. cftooje from
310 No. FUrUe Avis TO VI. -U51 right now. DUPLEX '

WI PAY tot PRICES FOR FOR SALE I $899DICK'S QUIL'ANINTRNA
takoland

ct SAVE $1500DICK'S ANY ROSS CLIAH LAKELAND USED CARS. I OFT BY LAKE OWNER HUNTER I flONAL Frank Foster


I ,, MOTOR
SALES
AUTO SALES MOTORS, IHe.I Tel bedi -- Florid >ia"PHONE AUTO SALES TRACTOR '.

1500 W. M_*,ll II.l *. I ..".t', ..... ;. .: _.... 2115 Dd. City H ..

,_lOll I, Main MU %..610 fa. MU 2.5111 .l.. loss I. M.I" MU '..")IO PkM MU 2-4117* 1111 Cot Main St.

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IS LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday April 13H4 PAID IN FVUJ Putting a man on the moon is
: ., a $20 billion effort Involvingsome '.:Ele.d
NEW YORK (AP) A New '
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,' York City couple whose family : 20,000 companies, 300,000 GUN DARIYM
TRADE UPTO and the National .
i ; ,dt has received medical care at employes
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A BETTER USED CAR FROM ONE OF THE MANY BARGAINS Center for four generations stration's 10 major centers and
has presented Columbia Uni .... wndN.W
most of Its 300,000 technicians. ( M* M
OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED SECTION. versity with a $1 million gift. --
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Mrs. Van Alan Clark, will provide
expanded educational facilities
ONE WORD . for the department of,
Nursing of Columbia Universi o LET'S
( R t' tpclli the BIG difference 'A ,bk a t s4z ty's Faculty of Medicine in the'

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CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
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STUDENT OFFICERS New offictrt of Ik* American Chtmlcil StcUty'i ttud.n cHiliar .t
Flr4!. Scvtluni ColUgt, from left, era D.l. Potter ,,..1",nt, end. Mlcktl Donnelly, Mcratary.trMiiircr 3Let's
fcelk .( Wlnttr P.rk,' end. Clifford teat *f L.kl.n4, vl<. ..ld.lIt. They were .leet.4
TIRE EVENT ADIN for lfc. 1964-'S odtnilt. y..,. *'
H. It well qua/i/W for GO with "LES"To
hit new position, and his
SPORT SECTION PAGE 13 'Miss Interlachen' Will many friend will wish him
well as he rises the> pow*
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PANAMA CITY HERALD Good ProgressAnd

Keep The Man Who Be Named Thursday Night Good GovernmentFOR

THE GOOD OF POLK COUNTY
Has Performed for You "Mist Interlachen,"this year's nouhced Thursday night. Virginia Davis and John Bryton. -'
,campus beauty queen at Florida The announcement and presentation LET'S' REELECTL.
Southern College will bean- of the winner will be Como selected the winner by!

. AND WHOSE RECORD PROVES HI made at a poolside party, starting nalists.Judging photographs' of the fi W. "Les" DunsonCounty

at 6:30 p.m., at the campus
VOTEFOR swimming pool on IngrahamAve. The earth's water content always hU hfakd AMliwea.aSid Commissioner, Dist. 3
I remains the same-about Pe"ti..1 Adw.4..m.es. pew rwby N. f.r by Pol. e.n<.....< fund N L. W. "U Dunn"VY
The party, sponsored by the 326 million cubic miles. a..0n.Cron. Ch.Ca.Nen......... POl..d, .on.. ., .
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ft t staff will Include swimming,
t ; dancing and refreshment
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. Selected By Como
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VK P Buddy Lee, a sophomore from N-(4 j
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Lakeland, will serve as master PM
of ceremonies. Barbara Sellers
Tampa junior and editor of the
Interlachen, will issue tickets to
Y IIP 1 Ja Xi 'My" '
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of the yearbook.
Miss Interlachen whose picture -
will feature the yearbook's
6 beauty section, was chosen by
Perry Como from among seven r
the
finalists for the coveted title. r't f41O
The candidates are: Pat Bra- ,
zil, St. Petersburg; Sandra Lay, ,n
FRANCIS L. York Gainesville; Yvonne, Nancy Newkirk Morris,, New Eau 1 n Ha r l > Y,,,. .! rp

AlDINE COMBEECounty Gallie; Elizabeth Reid West ;; ;
PIPKINCOUNTY Palm Beach; Kathy Renton
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Eileen Willis j417T
Commissioner Ditt. 5 COMMISSIONER of Lakeland.
They were chosen from among sJ ,
. DISTRICT #1 a'
M. F.I Adv .Judges-Mrs. Olive Sykes, Miss del

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