Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00133
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 29, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00133
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2733776
alephbibnum - 000398944

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: I Problem Of Pornography Is Not Confined To, 4. Alone I I

By WILLIAM D. SHIWNG of the paperbacks Is only relatively conviction of a peddler of of television must also be considered just taking a look at the movie raw and racy." and then the l pictures of girls clad
Ledger Staff Writer a few cents. filth. in the over-all storyof marquees. next one: ;iffily in scanty panties and the
in America. "HELL TO ETERNITY." copy read: "She was Beautiful
t "WEEKEND WANTON These are three and there The problem of pornographic obscenity Here was one' doublefeature "
SHE HAD A PART-TIME It ts an indictment. In fact : "LOVE BY APPOINT. "They said that Sheila was Desirable and Willing.
are hundreds of others of material Is not peculiar to that several national cold to Marines but Guy few weeks
i. HUSBAND AND A FULL to note MENT" and "UNMARRIED Only a ago a
TIME URGE. Or the reasons why the Lakeland Lakeland alone. magazines, with superb pictorial MOTHERS." The advertising knew her boiling point. The nationally-known author and
"SWEET TORMENT Committee for Decent It is a problem found In virtually and editorial content billboards for the latter film big one goes all the way" psychiatrist was visiting in
I TORN BY UNNATURAL Literature will appear before every city and hamletin proclaimed: The columnist in obvious Lakeland. The conversation
LOVE. SHE SANK INTO THE the city commission on May the nation and more and "Call me anything but call disgust, noted that he had turned to morality filthy lit
DEPTHS OF SHAME. Or. 18 and demand that obscene more people are becoming Second Of Series me often." The artwork was of beset walking up and down erature pornographic filth. l
4 "PLAY IT HARD SHE pictures and stories be banned aroused about the obscene a half-dressed girl. "Most Broadway for many years but "I don't know how things I
I PLAYED FAST AND LOOSE. in this community.And pictures and stories being daring scenes' ever shown. A that' never before had sex are in Lakeland," he com
FOR MONEY FOR FUN AND the CDL. hundreds printed and circulated by the story of unbridled passion and seemed so naked and unashamed mented. "But my work frequently
'. FOR FREE." strong and representing homes $2 billion annually smut Industry have reported that the United wanton love. Behind the takes me to Holly
TheM are the titles and subtitles from all parts of the city intends in this country. States Is becoming the pornographic scenes of a call-girl racket. One month later on that wood. The number of beautiful
of three paperback books to ask the governing While this series is basically capital of the world. The girls who can't stop and famous thoroughfare there girls there is almost unbeliev
-"literature" now available body to attack the problem of confined to obscene literatureand Only a few years ago a the ones who won't. was, the movie marquee. able. And sadly enough almost
to the youngsters of this community obscenity supported by a decision Its effect on young mindsin nationally syndicated writer A little further along Broad. Another double feature. all of them will do vir-
at a downtown retail of the United States Supreme this community the motion in the world of entertainment way. A marquee shouted: RACKET AND SEXMATES.Near .
establishment And the cost Court upholding the picture industry and the world told of walking up Broadway "EXPRESSO BONGO." Real, the entrance were en (Turn to Page 8-A, Column 2)


II Ii High Winds, Rains Rip City Hoffa May Face

1 DamageIs

In Light Area Tax On Legal Fees

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I Ledger Staff Writer Expense 1

High winds and heavy I
ripped through Lakeland

tree yesterday limbs. knocking afternoon,down MoneyCut

I trees. shattering windows s
breaking telephone lines. t
; Meteorologists of the U. S.f Off
4 Weather Bureau at city I

f said the winds were those ;
companying a thundentorru.an WASHINGTON (AP)-James
were not those of a tornadot R. Hoffa. beset from within and
I without his huge Teamsters Union .
Wind gusts In empire, faced another wor
reached about 50 miles ry today-a court precedent Indicating -

I hour...with higher he might have to pay
reported In outlying area.I federal income taxes on his
I Rain totaled one to t k/i huge union-paid legal fees.
I Inches in various areas of The precedent, a 1963 U.S. \
: I'' + Tax Court decision appeared td
I city. lend weight to a major point !in r :
Doors Held Closed
I I r a high-level Teamsters' ruckus
!P ;' The thunderstorm came towards that cut oft Hoffa's legal ex

Lakeland from pense money'ai he entered nil .,
i northwest churning second major fede'al..trlml..1triat .. ;;;"

waters otLak.,Wire .to ..r jn less than 60 days { I' ,

asheu gray Top 8r""* la SqueezeThe
"Several; poi.!;;. a en and ( / Teamsters' '
general coon
of '
stood in front
)' cadetette eel, Edward Bennett Williams,
Dry, police station :20 Lake : : "". AvoniM. This put the union's top brass in a sa ei
il. Drive, wat&J, the approachIng ; l ftntan'tWInf a sweat by advising they might be .' ""yi
storm but when 4)e' H**>.>> forced to reimburse any funds
<< turned to go Inside they the doors.Suctwn paid for their president' legal !

,they couldn't caused open by winds i expenses and that Hoffa might
have to pay personal income "
made it impossible to open
taxes on any such payments.The t.
doon. : amount of Hoffa's legal I, '\
"1'11 be darned." .. ... ,1. n a''w r4 ..
bills owed or already paid is a
John f. Tolson said as closely guarded Teamsters' secret

Leo tried Broker to open was the door. but reliable estimates Royal Couple Leaves Basilica

In his attempts also. (Turn to Page 8-A, Column T)
Police Inside the buildin.could Prince Curios .f leU"OIl-Perms end hit tilde, Princess Iron of the NothorUndi. walk heed
not get uut-they were grassroots fire" 'In h..... ol th.y I...* the loilllc of St. Miry Mtjor In Rom sits, Shale w."".", to"'". She ll '
in fact imprisoned in ; campaign. w.I... s dlomOBd. . diadem., "dead .t half million. dollars, her woddlnf elk front Prince. X.",..,
own building for a short time.One races at- Trial c.,...' fthr. (AP Wlrophot vie l tobl from Romo .
bird was having a par.i. sallies were the Chicago

tlcularly hard time of with innuendo Love Conquers All
Selection r
headway In front of the buildIng. seasoning Jury

standing. The In to bird front take, of which off the into lake.attempted District off quietly 4 Going AheadCHICAGO Dutch Princess! Spanish Prince

wind and was pushed District 4 can (AP) The pains. 'II
ward.lt : taking search for 12 peers of
tried to perch on \ incumbent, James R. Hoffa resumed today Wed Despite ControversyROME

lamp posts, but each 8-A, Column 3))I in a U.S. District Court where
was knocked off. It the Teamsters Union president
reconciled Itself to staying + and seven codefendants are on (AP)-Princess Ireneof vows In the Borghese chapel of The romance of the blonde,
the ground trial for fraud and conspiracy. I the Netherlands and Prince Rome's Basilica of St. Mary 25-year-old princess and the
First reports of Defense attorneys and government I Carlos of Bourbon-Parma were Major before Paolo Cardinal thin balding 34-year-old prince
came to the police department prosecutors In the first I married today In a wedding Giobbe a former papal nuncioto had been buffeted for months by
by way of tf>*Ph n two days of the trial have I boycotted by the Dutch royal the Netherlands controversy stemming from religion
when it was discovered agreed to seat tentatively only I family opposed by the Dutch The chapel was filled with titled and his position. claimant -
a large oak tree had four prospective jurors. Ninety. I government and Ignored by nobility supporters of the to the throne from tile Carl-
pushedover by the Boone six others In the first panel of I Generalissimo Francisco fran- Carllst cause and Dutch visitors lit branch of Spanish monarchists
winds across Magnolia 100 veniremen were excused for ,co's Spanish regime. to Rome. But no ruling memberof .
at Its intersection with various reasons ranging from The headstrong Dutch princess a royal house was present, Irene's conversion to the
Virginia Avenue. said ulcers to prejudice.Even and the Carllst pretenderto and Franco sent no representative. prince's Roman Catholic faith
Another tree was locate the school the four now In the Jury the Spanish throne exchanged caused ,a sensation In the
box could still be excused by Netherlands whose royal family
8-A Column At the
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County School challenges from
Superintendent Boone's office stated, peremptory
Shelley S. Boone was using "we don't know where he Is, both sides. In two days of sometimes the princess also renounced

"pressure" to get teacher sup- but he usually calls in during heated wrangling the defense (Turn to Page 8-A, Column I)
e port at the Democratic primary the day." has used up six of Its 18 .
election next Tuesday. The Winter Haven teacher challenges and the governmenthas RACEFOR GOVERNOR
He asserted that Boone had told The Ledger that he was used one of Its six. Lake Wales
called of Richard B. Austin said
a meeting teachersin making the call after discussing Judge
r Winter Haven and that the another panel of 100 veniremen
purpose of the session was teachers.the situation Asked specifically with other would be called up today A Candidates Hitting Hard Man Killed"
"purely political"Boone was waiting in the
P if Boone had actually called third panel
is being opposed in a meeting of teachers In his wings. In Wreck

his Read bid principal for re-election of the by Win.Bill home teacher city said the Winter Haven On Theme Of Saving MoneyBy

awn School. r- FROSTPROOF 34-year-
The Winter Haven teacher Meeting "Called" old Lake Wales man was
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ed his stand that the homestead
requested that his identity not "Such a meeting was called With time fast running out for exemption from taxes should be fatally Injured when his truck *
be disclosed. He said: and held. The sole purposewas Impressing the Florida voters "modified" and eventually end. slammed into the rear of another 1
"The only reason that I am to get the teachers to candidates for governor hit hard ed. But he didn't Indicate how about two miles west
making such a request is thatI support Mr Boone In nextTuesday's Page today at the theme that they he would end It since any of here on U. S, Highway 27
don't want to be fired from
this .
election. early morning.He
would be a firm friend of the change must come through
my Job. "We were all for him until Amusements .... 2-B beleaguered taxpayer if given amending the State Constitution. was Identified as Noel
Boone Called this happened, but we don't Business News... 1-B the office."I The theme of economy In gov- Clyde Jhana by State TrooperS.
like the L. Scott.
The Ledger immediatelycalled This is political pressure. Bridge ........ ...... 1-C would veto any major tax ernment was a popular one as Scott said the accident
the first time that this occurred -
Bowie's office In Bar- Crossword Puzzle 3-D bills In the 1963 legislature former the candidates headed Into the
P when Jhana driving
has ever happened to our was
tow to inform him of the knowledge In Polk County," Comics ........,... 2B-3B Sen.Palm Fred Beach O. said.Dickinson of stretch drive for votes. The first his pick-up truck north on
charge and to offer the school West primary voting to reduce ranksof
The Winter Haven teacher U. S. 27 about 2:30: o'clock!
superintendent Classified ...... 14B-15B "I would repeal the automo contenders to than
an no more
to comment on whether any said that his group had discussed Deaths ........... ...." 8-A bile tag Increase, and It is hogwash two per party comes next week. this morning Another Luck,
which had broken
at some length whether down was
meetings were being held or to call The Ledger about the Dear Abby......... 3-D that this cannot be done" Where runoffs develop they will parked on the road with the

Lr whether being used any on"pressure"teachers In was the purported meeting In Winter Editorials ............ 4-A without said Sen.adding Scott Kelly more of taxes Lake, : be settled In the May 26 second proper emergency warning
Haven (and other communities Fulton Lewis... 6-A land. primary lights and flares Scott said.

political Boone's campaign.office reported that and report that Boone Horoscope .......... 2-B He said that natural Increaseof Mayor Robert King High of The broken down semitruckwas
was using his official position Miami missed one day of cam driven by Elmer Jerrellof
the school superintendent was Television ...... 3-B tax revenue would more than
Shattered to further" his campaign for paigning when he went to Wash Tampa and was parked
Window "not In his office and that he make twice over the $35 million
Sports .. ,, .. 13A-HA I up
cannot be located." reelection."We revenue loss that would result -ington Tuesday to testify about Just north of U. S. Highway
decided that we should Weather Map 5-A the duPont business interests in 98 on U. S. 27.
. '. sklsr4 the window In "
In ,..t. .. aNn" Informed of the charge .
Hi.h win1 make the call because The Florida His in Ml-( Scott said Jhana
Iea.'c..t4' Women 9A-10A-1lA candidate Charles headquarters apparently
. W. Min St. made
the GeM,... $or K S. c 201 by the Winter Haven Republican
I L. McCracktn look ."! .t the llwa-bMw1, tI ..... teacher, a secretary in (Turn to Page I-A, Column 4 I:I I Holley of St. Petersburg repeat. (Turn to Page 8-A, Column 8) (Turn to Page 8-A. Column

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2.IAKELAND, LEDGER, Wednesday_ April 21, UU
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I Johnson Expresses Kennedy Idealism But In Different Way ;;J

By JAMES MARLOW- F Kennedy, and not only as a can life. The same Is true ol f showed a lot of homework, makes for easy speaking but
has Its drawbacks.It .
talker. sometimes too much.
Associated Press News Analyst I Johnson. rounded flow
Kennedy was distinguished For sometimes they were Coo prevents a
WASHINGTON (AP) Presl But there Is an acute difference and development of Ideas by
from the beginning of his presidency too worked over too
dent Johnson has in the expression of. that: literary
talked I sentence
now forcing ,abrupt stops
I -in fact from his inaugural selfconscious, as If In trying'to
enough to provide a reasonable! address-by Idealism idealism. make his sentences bleed he every few words. It certainly
loWe' comparison with President John I about the possibilities of Amerl- Kennedy had a better aesthetic : had drained the red corpuscles;: shuts the door on the kind of
T! sense, as his use of language shine eontr.sts. Kennedy liked to
; out of them, leaving more
I"IIIIII11 III showed. It appealed not only to. than substance. much.
Intellectuals and young peoplebut Much more' than Kennedy/,
I to literate people of all He worked one literary habitto Johnson tries for Inflection. But
for the death: the use of contrail seldom _ODd. As he
I WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, ages phrase were the result Is
Used carefully and sparinglythe
memorable, sometimes elegant along in a prepared speechhe
SATURDAY SPECIALS AT . th.1 effect can be brilliant as it goes will drop his voice almostto
DoI I Nation GratefulIn was In, "Ask not what your a whisper, In such an obvious
I II return he got a sort of na country can do for you but what" effort toward solemnity that the,
I,1 FLORIDA tional gratitude-Judging from you can do for your country. result 1 Is disturbing.But .
the Increasingly warm response It Is not an easy technique to Johnson is far more downto
'when he was alive and since use since it gets monotonous earth than Kennedy ever
I PHARMACY then the pilgrimages tq his. when overdone and sounds like was He has some humor most
grave-for an eloquence unmatched wheels spinning.In ly in the form of homely and
/ H I in the presidency since general what he said was even corny anecdotes, althoughnone
(IIA Pvtlli Supra Marks Bl,". en N. M.H. Ar..> ;Franklin D. Roosevelt. much better than bow he said it of Kennedy's wit.
He expressed what many felt There was too much monotonenot Yet. there was always a slight
at.k but could not say and In words enough range, not enough barrier between Kennedy and
: : DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS I II better than perhaps most could inflection. And his gesturing his audience, perhaps an intellectual *
/ :; have commanded. His speechesttft'i while emphatic was unimaginative and aristocratic aloof
on PRESCRIPTIONS : the right hand endlessly' ness. There is not a shred of
i poking !the: air, that in Johnson. He mingles.
d I Keep Johnson DifferentJohnson's .And deliberately spends his
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I Dristan i Tablets . , 59* MONROEBRANNEN is different. He is anything but 'Close Up'
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J MAKE NEEDED I., Micebrin . . . . . . . . . .J3 ..AS'' With his earthlness.a prepared talk he's not I country Tuesday, one night society: "This, and is one one t
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I Reg. $6.60 Bottle 100 SHERIFF better off the cuff. In the first With all this said the most im
place, he has made a fetish of portsnt point the common
I Zymacaps . . . . . . . . $379 ... short sentences letting each in bond between the two men-remains
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I!. Reg.Bile Salts Tablets . . . .. 72 I Do You Have A promise leadership of in American insisting Uie.upon the
It la extraordinary that this
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t.. $8.45 LA. Hearing successloa It hasn't hap.
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: Perhaps because foreign an-
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... I us MERRILL I think more about home.
. with I convenient' Hem ,..-.... Leon .. Fluids' H......! seek Enjoy the om- 1"4 Gel u.... hgdd . . . 89 HI.I" Aid r'\wrr.+.'iME4RINti President Dwight D. Eisenhower -
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1- Polk Blood Center FSC DepartmentJoins Peter Sellers I Wednesday LAKELAND April 2f,LEDGER IN I S-A,

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"' '+ 'Ion Ireatae eartnl National Leaving HospitalHOLLYWOOD ,
r! Addition Under Way COURAGE"Kynes'
AssociationFlorida (AP) British
1'M actor Peter Sellers will leave
By BABETTE STEINIIAUSER sible the Immediate use of all
Southern College'sphysical i the
ert671er, hospital today after three
"t"on Ledger Staff Writer
types of blood whenever and education departmenthas : and one-half weeks confinement
Officials and board members wherever they might be need- ,
the National Intra
of the Polk County Blood Center ed" joined following a severe heart attack a
yesterday broke ground fora mural Association a profession Sellers, 38, probably will!
aN JJ7.000 addition to be constructed The Blood Center which has al organization formed In 1950. spend three to four weeks convalescing
just west of their -been housed in the North FlorIda
of the
present The MA is an affiliate In his rented hillside
location on North Florida Avenue building since 1957 American Association of Health
Avenue. takes In 4,500 to 5,000 donor Physical Education and Recrea home in nearby Beverly Hills.
"Due to growth demands we pints of blood per year He is not scheduled to begin another
must enlarge our facilities in Building committee membersfor Southern has a well- Mm until early next year
order to keep our services ade- balanced Intramural program of
the new are Carl
quate for county needs" saidR. major and minor sports for fraternities -
t yyl'.i,'.(' qty.eM1d4 Philip Haddock president of Trjpp board member; Mrs. and other campus or-
t 1 J ' the Blood Center. Kathleen Brewster secretaryand ganizations.Sam : SHOPWARNOCK'S I : '
The present structure equipment treasurer; Mrs.John Wright Luce heads the college'sphysical record as a citizen
-, t and staff of nine serves board member; Miss Melva education department, and public official
all of Polk County. The new ad- Still executive director; and R. and Charley Matlock directs the I reveals that he always
dition which is expected to be intramural sports meets the challenge of
completed in the next two Philip Haddock president program. _. For lakeland's Best the moment with fidelityand
months will provide additional The strictly voluntary group courage of the highe .
laboratory space. has appointed Contractor Fred FURNITUREBUYS t character"

Works Like Bank W. Pinkley and Architect Thomas . ORLANDO SENTINEL

*1t As a member of the American V. Talley to construct the KlNGSWOOD
,.. Association of Blood Banks and Blood Center's new building. EVERY NITE
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Banks Polk's bank operates on, PRIME NISTER 9
a credit basis with other such' I
BROKEN FOR BLOOD CENTER ....1.1"1 graved for a..ddiN.. to the PolkCounty establishments throughout the FREETOWN Sierra Leone

glad Center .r. .fficUh .*4 tccr nt.mb.ri .( the ,...,. Leh to right err M... John country. (AP-Sir Milton Margal 67, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 'j I
I who has been prime minister of 102 I. N.morl.llvd' .
"Our blood
Wigkt.d C.rl G. Tripp, Lard a.b.rsl Mitt M.Jv. till, a itcvtlv* diractorj M... lUriilMit bank works" much .,4 t K,. Ave.
like a regular bank. said Had Sierra Leone since It attained I Ia
........, iMrttory .n4 rr...yrtr, .*4 It. Philip Haddock gracld..t. dock "there is even a national self-government In 1960 died MU 2-2222 ".111I "' 1I'i..1 a/wr.iwmnp...,..; pId I..,
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I A LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, April 21, 1K4 Court Decisions
'You Suppose I It Can Be. ConvertedInto

: LEDGER EDITORIALS I II ........"._. ......_ _a. _Peaceful__d.d ___.__.._ Little Runabout._._ ... ,, _.....__ Pose Problem For

MaC Police OfficersBy

I Politics Of GeographySeveral J J + $ EFEy

y DAVID LAWRENCE trances and collect crowds

; readers have phoned or voter would, in the end, penalize only WASHINGTON .Whak'rf the that disrupt traffic-if only to
'himself and government by ruling difference between "stallin"and gain notoriety or publicity for
written letter to express alarm over The right of
a "slUn"? Did the New their cause. any
the rather obvious "antl Lakeland out some qualified candidates and York City police violate "the citizen to drive his automobileand

campaign" being waged by some persons accepting others who aren't fit ir law of the land"-ai proclaimed stall it on a public high-

., in the Winter Haven area, with The Ledger has even been approached : 4* o / by the way is regarded by some

i what appears to be the blessing of the with the suggestion that l s'w of Supreme the United Court Negro the court-approved leaders as comparableto right of

Lakeland "retaliate" by waging its own States whendemoaaIfs "sit-In" demonstrators :} block

press.No doubt the newspapermen who sectional battle We reject the Idea as 41t' 1 entrances to buildings.

are pushing the idea of voting against thlldish. This newspaper does not r'w tv k tore were ar. Strictly speaking the police
rated In and should be able to arrest persons -
: ANY Lakeland candidate in the May support any candidate purely on the e around the either for a breach of the

5 Democratic primary are being hood- basis of sectionalism. Within a few "qyy' New York peace or for performing acts

winked or manipulated by unsavory days, our recommendations to readers World'e Fair which threaten a breach of

: background Characters who expect to for both statewide and county races These questions the peace But the Supreme
reflect the Court has declared otherwise
gain politically from such divisive tac will appear in print. We find our confusion that and the supporters of the

tics. selves supporting a number of candidates i exists :in the LAWRENCE "stall-in" Idea have every

Certainly no 'Intelligent voter need from other cties candidates, United States today. to what' right to invoke the existing
a, .t'v "" pS are the true limits of "streetdemonstrations" Supreme Court decisions in
be reminded that it would be foolish moreover, who have Lakeland men or and Just how defense of their demonstrations

; in the extreme to cast a ballot SOLE women running against them! Geog far the exercise of the rightof in New York City It is

.. LY on the basis of the residence of raphy b good to learn in school, and + p ,IM d ra petition may go before it true that the New York state

the person 'being considered The good to forget when we go to the polls. becomes vehicle of violence.But court issued an order enjoining
no matter whether one the "stall-In" demonstration.

+w 4 approves or disapproves of The mere existence of
e t S5'si + these demonstrations, the point an Injuction. however is not
I w Jammed Wave-Lengths Irt has been dinned Into the ears sacred in the eyes pt the Supreme -
7W of many Americans that what Court if the person who
the Supreme Court says is "the violates It claims his objective r

:,1 Mayor Hdydon Burns, of Jacksonville by pressing a buzzer that he didn't law of the land" Small wonder is to obtain constitutional
that the "civil rights" rights. This is an extreme
the instructions of "A
the ill-advised officials of understand ,
., demonstrators decided on a interpretation, but the Supreme
St. Augustine, still cling to the argu- who was allowed to repeat the instruc "stall-in" as a mere supple Court has made it It

ment that it is better for white and tions. Result: some of the "Bs" got > ,,, IFilr,1 ment to the rights granted now remains valid legally
colored people not to talk about their the pattern right. r them In court cases in connection speaking until it is either re-
with "lIit.ina" and
versed by the court itself or
In 3 "B" could talk to "A.
differences officially Group "marches" by a constitutional amendment -
They forget or Ignore the fact that Result-: all of the "B- got the' al-

communication is a two-way street. tern right. THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE THE SUPREME COURT of
the Ualted States for Instance, THE
TWO OF demonstrators
For understanding ideas and thoughts When interviewed after the tests, on May 20, 1963. reversed the at the New York Fair-

must travel in BOTH directions. What "A's in Group 1 thought the "B's" were conviction of three Negroesand James Farmer, national di-

happens when somewhere along the dim, since they couldn't understand Complaint From Employe one white student who rector of the Congress of Racial
route traffic snarls Misunderstanding simple instructions. But' the "B's" felt had been arrested for trespass Equality, and Bayard Rut-
when refused to leave who
they a tin, was deputy directorof
and confusion can result. the "A's" couldn't explain things lunch counter of a store In the "march on Washington"last
turn. would
EDITOR: : You have heard a shop
series of Dell The Group 2 participants New Orleans There was no August-engaged in "sitin"
In a experiments, a expiess- The a -
gripes about the parking situation Ledger'sOpinion have to do is to place a sign
Telephone Laboratories scientist has eel similar views, but not quite as from downtown shoppers ordinance requiring segregation that blocked entrances to
in his window saying, "We da but the mayor had issued the New York City pavilion
graphically demonstrated the role of strongly. Now here is a personal Page
not engage in interstate business > statement prevloully'lnwhich and were arrested. They ar
1 two-way communication in tackling a Only the Group 3 people who gripe of mine that I am sure ." Thus the storekeeper's he said that "the community rived at the fair with many

problem. had been permitted full two-way communication is ple shared who work by many downtown.All other. peo .This ntwtptf' editorial.,'. ewe pre epmicion .,.5tenth. right to serve only I those he interest the public followers, and" one of the leaden -
felt about the ./ Interest safety and the economic welfare said: 1 came here to
In each test six people were happy m Hit current wishes Is protected. "
the convenient parking In the tditorfol column It of this city require that court arrest.
into pairs. Each of the six was experiment.The lull are now leased to the welcomes the pinloni' ,f Legislators should know that such demonstrations cease and Now, ordinarily Individuals
given a set of dominoes. The dominoes tests seem to show that it's merchants for the Park & rude, In th. V.ic. ,? the. one cannot tell another by that henceforth they be prohibited would not take these chances
Shop. Employee of businesses '.,!. e.I........ Lctttrt mutt by the Police Depart. but have been
of one person (A) in each group easy to misunderstand, misinterpretand ... "!1"'"' .d fc.., the .".. law how he must feel for or they supportedby
were placed in a specific pattern; the become completely confused when located downtown are forcedto .,'| .44'..., but n.m.i will serve to another If this were ment. for? the recent Supreme Court do-
park at lent three or four .b. withheld. .... A Speaking Supreme
dominoes of the other person (D) were two-way channels are closed. blocks from their place pf l I.n.r ih.uM pn sit uee.nq"4 2SO possible, it would have been Court Chief Justice Warren

unorganized. "A" was told to tell "B" Small wonder, then, that a common business. This Involves a long ...4., and verse until lit done long ago. If I hate, I concluded that this satement Naf i # d
walk to their office or store. v..d. Th. Ltdftr ,..snowthe hate. If 1 love I love. Why by a city official was state action n ijl
dominoes these is "Well whatI
how to set his phrase days ,
by telephone up If by chance they do not have light to reject j .ny Ittterr not let me simply tolerate and thus constituted denial -
in the same pattern, but with this meant to say was ". ." enough change for the parking .. thortcit II., Opinion, ....( C. W, of "equal protection

difference: An important and obvious lesson, meter they are obliged to olumniitt. .ppiii cud litwhf oth.t n etnbutan .n The arrest of ,the "sit-in" demonstratort clslons and by the voices of

In Group 1. "B" could not talk to but one which, as we say, continues to place what money they have this p.(.. was, therefore, held approval which have been 1

"A." Result: none of the "Bs" got the be ignored by Mayor Burns, and bya get Into some the meter more and change then go If Sideline CoachesIn to he Douglas unconstitutional., in a concurring: Justice raised idea of In demonstrations many quarters to Thus the

pattern right. great many others who ought to they do not'get back right on opinion insisted that a restaurant for example, in the "march ron

In Group 2, "I3" could only indicate know better: by now* time-there Is a parking tick- cents in and nothing has ever Civil Rights "has no aura of constitutionally Washington" there was a
t 1 et on their car, 1 know, it has registered. I couldn't move protected privacy disruption of traffic and a
happened to me several times! the car to another meter be. about it" Certainly the same heavy financial Ms to merchants
EDITORi I wonder which U can be said about the World
I CpuntParents in the city of Washington
Cavities Do More and more businesses cause I did not have any to those -
more aggravating\ Fair pavilions.
td the
are moving out of the down more change. It Is a vicious Negro citizens who are now government -,

may want to censor this ond, desserts; and third, refined grains, town. Our area office just is to in have the parking process . should circle and be .dune.nowNT0a'N I think. something engaged In the great civil IN ANOTHER CASE, decided but was the applauded"march"not nevertheless only
The white
item before their kids see it. Some such as macaroni, cold cereals and of finding a building at tMPLOVE: rights segregationists struggle:who frankly on February 25, 1K3, by much of the press but in

manufacturers might like to censor it white bread, The amount of nibbling the present, and just as soon oppose them with naked forceor the Supreme Court reversed elsewhere.speeches In Congress workers and
as we do, we will move. Several the conviction of 187 Negro Many
do dentist has the white "sympathizers"who
children the
before anybody sees it. ; says a were afraid to go to the centerof
other businesses are in students I Involved In
insist on coaching them a
Anyway, a dentist has recently "very, very close relationship" to the the of also. the city and a good many
process looking How He Views (from the sidelines) as to the "march" around the statehouse
stated that "brushing teeth makes ho number of cavities they have. If merchants say, "Well, let "acceptable" manner and citizens refrained from going
In Columbia S.C. The
;' difference in preventing cavities. The average person consumes about them move," they are In fora The Rights Bill spirit In which they should to their jobs preferring to
local police had permitted the take no chances on enteringthe
As in the Health Bulletin 100 pounds of a Dr. Stein. big surprise. Many people carry on their efforts to gain
reported sugar year. downtown
shop on their lunch hour, but EDITOR: Sure, I believe in fair treatment under the Con demonstration to go on for area.
1 tr Ralph Steinman, professor of oral man has cut his family's individual very few will come downtownto civil rights and equal rights stitution. about 43 minutes and made The danger of any demonstration

*, medicine at ,Loma Linda (Calif) Unl- consumption to 12 pounds shop on weekends becauseof for all men regardless of I am constantly edified by the arrests for breach of the Involving hundreds of

versity School of Dentistry, claims that Toothbruslung is such an ingrainedhabit the parking I know I color, but if In the process I the dignified and responsible peace only after the students persons is one that poses a
won't.We. have to give up some of my way In which the overwhelming bewildering legal problem for
show that children with Americans and the meritsof
least studies refused to order
at two obey an to
the taxpayer of Lakeland rights, then I'm against it majority of,Negro demonstrations the police. Shall they deal
who brush the most have slightly more various brands of toothpaste are so disperse when a crowd had
pay city taxes so that Thus the groups pushing civil are carried out Aft- with a threatened demonstration
J decay than those who skip brushing. constantly and forcibly presented to the City employes will have a rights should realize that you er a 100 years of feet-drag- gathered in the area and traffic and get a court order asa

:2 "The areas most susceptible to de- our eyes and ears that most of us place to park without havingto cannot free a minority if it gang, the rights movement is was being Impeded. The preventive, or must they
I don't mind means the enslavement of the proceeding in a manner more wait until law and order have
pay. paying a .
Supreme Court, by an 8 tot 1
Si Dr. Steinman "can't be would consider it heresy to give
cay, says up little for parking but I do majority calm and peaceful than white actually been disrupted and
jj reached with a toothbrush." The real brushing our teeth. mind when I pay and then How would one enforce sucha citizens could reasonably ex. vote held that this violated somebody has been hurt? The

? answer to tooth decay, Dr. Steinman Dr. Steinman undoubtedly has a still get a parking ticket. I massive "do-nothing" program pect, anyway We might recall constitutional guarantees of Supreme Court for the time

\ believes, lies in changing our eating good point about diet, though. Too believe the city should have ? Loophole lawyerswould that the first American free speech free assembly and being at least has decided
all the meters checked because have a field day find- revolution was not altogethera freedom of petition.Demonstrators things must reach the point of
habits. many of us have the idea that wielding I know of at least two Ing ways to circumvent the "tea party." thus have violence before the police can

The chief causes of decay, he says, the brush and tube two or three that I have put clone to 3D public accommodations sec TOM CIIOTEAU. been encouraged to block en- Intervene

are, first, between-meal snacks; sec times a day is all we need worry about.

I How Nice To Hear 'Thanks' The Contribution Of Gov. Rockefeller I IBy

one may argue, as many govern is now virtually ended, The Economist

ments oem prone to do, that the tens of London recently) wrote: RALPH McGILI. This the governor believe, himself to the public and to silent except to Urge that tile a silent man broke his silence
ot billions of dollars in foreign aid dis- "The' United States has given Publisher of The would be the beginning of seri press Interviews Senator Gold- South Vietnamese army,which long enough to oppose the Nix-
Atlanta Constitution ous trouble for the twn-party water has quit under fire. The is politically divided and on program of "unleashing"a
pensed bthe United States all over Britain $8.7 billion since the war. It WASHINGTON Governor system. Countries where there senator will not, he has decided whose loyalty is uncertain be nonexistent fighting force

the world since World War II pro would be hard to imagine a Europeanstate Nelson Rockefeller may be described are a multiplicity of parties submit himself to pub- "unleashed" to invade the Governor Scranton properly

ceeded ultimately from our own self- in America's postwar position as discouraged but determined have always had trouble from lic appearances and to questioning north. It is difficult to have said it would mean a U. S.
He has nothing to extremist left ur right-wing He has turned to tele- any patience whatever with Invasion.
such and broad view of
Interest. To expect thanks for all this taking a lose, But he believes, as do groups To date the American' vision where the makeup man this view. If the United States But, when all is said and
monev is just another indication of its interest many other persons, that the two-party system has been the can help and questioners are had control 'Of the government done it is Nelson Rockefellerwho

American naivele, if not hypocrisy.Even "Now that Western Europe, includ- Republican party and the nation's stabilizer, guaranteeing not admitted. as the Communists has been in there slugging

so, it's nice to be thankedonce ing Britain, is prospering, the least we country havea a course of progress and have In the north then perhaps to save the party from
very great e moderation MR. NIXON who a short an army could be trained extremists end to protect the
in a while and any expression of can do is to pay tribute to the relative deal I to lose If time ago was denouncing the and disciplined But U S. soldiers two-party system. Later on

gratitude from abroad, however restrained and partner who nursed us back to the GOP machinery I AN INCREASING number of California right-wing groups now hold things together. the nation will get around to
self-earned health both when falls in the as "kooks and nuts," has been Governor Scranton himself
is such a rare event that it our very } persons Republican par being appreciative.
bears repeating. life was in danger and when we were Into the hands ] ty share Governor Rockefel-
of the extremists I\; ler's apprehension The Cali-
Noting that tl. S. uiu to Britain, being debilitatedly convalescent"Thank 1 fornja primary could producea

which began with Ll'nd-Lt'ase in 1940, you, Economist! These extremista result that would make the Potomac FeverBy

such /a GOP a party of such clamorous
as the Birch "' + dissension as to make the
Society and Democrats seem as quiet as a JACK WILSON
LAKELAND LEDGER others related Quaker meeting. He has don
to It, represent the party a service by making Nobody claims that President Johnson put too much pressure on any.
only a small percentageof a fight of it. The results have body to settle the railroad dispute. Some guys just naturally have brittle
aAItD..1t 1.57) COWL" 111. the nation's population. been damaging to both Mm bones.
Polk .uel.n.a: caul lONN N N.MM RRIION n.,'awu"w nn..u.nu -- They are, as the governor sev- and the senator. Ambassador *
Imperial county v GiNr' eMMar" ".IrIRer: eral times has said solidly behind lodge. of Viet Nam, has benefited .
World's Citrus Center *+y ar s'-0'etlraUu.e"" le'"D."....I0Iowl"..' CMAltL" Senator Barry Goldwater most of all Former Vice The President hopes to keep foreign policy out ol the campaign. It's all
-- ....., t'lT l.Au.l.n" . RICN/1Ra M.n..r, N/NRr NIRR The senator has not in any President Nixon has gained right to disagree with him about domestic matters, but politics stops at ..thewatt"r'l
.Ills... ..e4\fC"." M....... sense repudiated them. If stature as a compromise candidate edge the waters of the Pedernales.
Goldwattr wins the California .

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 of primary that state the will party not machinery at all be Governor, but Rockefeller he has Is disappointed Sen. Goldwater favors a bill',to authorize a development project in Central -
fSUIJCI.IHION in the hands of the Arizona Arizona Just in shows
"* J lose He Is one of a remarkable case a buyer: up who wants something a little
CATIS') Redeemer, but In possessionof smaller than TV A. > ? ,
family of brothers,
,:' the extreme right wing.
HOME DELIVERY, all with ambitions to be of *
Certainly the nation's philosophy
Out. r..' . . . $".40 0.. month S- ., $ 1.9S Is not that of persons who public service. Governor Daylight saving time started Sunday in some places This is a typical
denounce President Eisenhower Rockefeller has been an excel- government operation they promise you a longer day and then take an hour
Sit' moth . . $1170 wok . $ ..ISThree lent governor of New York. from '
and Secretary of State away you. .
S 5 15 . . *.00 Politics did not
moths Out ran. !by mail Dulles I (among others) as come euy. *
He meets people well. People
Communists or CommunistItOO.I. like him. But he has never Johnson visits poverty pockets In Appalachia. You probably thought a
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by Senator Goldwater These persons more see of an fitted well Into the machinations poverty pocket was where you carry: your credit card and the key to your hot-

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 opportunity to gain control of and the sometimes of tedi- tie Hub.
negotiations politics *
the party In California than to
: nominate him for the presl! lie fights on. He will con- Goldwater refuses LBJs offer of a foreign affairs briefing,-but Margaret

denc)'. tinue to campaign and expose Chase Smith accepts. She's not afraid a few facts will influence her thinking!!

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; Sex ManiacFeared
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'eo" 'a'fn". e." '. , '" :'. '. ._ ;.Q' ,E.I'' lj .I't't.;'.v". ,,; LooseIn Drug Said

, .. o. . :. LondonLONDON On Market For 5 YearsBy ennetff

THE ASSOCIATED J. O'Brien who resigned
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation emerged frightened from prostitutes London's shadier have I WASHINGTON (AP-In PRESS the!ome effective Jan. 1, to return to
pleasure spots to help Scotland news from Washington: private Industry.
STATION H. L Chicago ............61 51 Mpls-St Paul...,. 65 40 Yard with the case of the riverside I DRUG: Mistakes by the Food * *
Miami .............. sa 71 Cincinnati .......... 77 52 New Orleans ........ 88 64 nudes. ,and Drug Administration and YUGOSLAVIA: The Agricul-
Jacksonville, ........ 70 87 Cleveland ........... 7.c 56 New York .......... 57 43 withholding of information by to -
Key West ........... 87 74 Denver ....,........ 6'1 39 Omaha .............. 56 35 Twenty-three marched into,the manufacturer have been ture Department with plans more than provide EOMCLEANUP
LAKELAND ........ M U Des Moines ......... 58 36 Philadelphia ........ 62 46 one tacted police the station. Others con- blamed for keeping a harmful Yugoslavia farm under
Ocala .............,. 17 59 Detroit ............. 74 !55 Pittsburgh .......... 78 57 director Yard's murder squad drug on the market for five J64 million in products Peace -
Orlando ............. M 65 Fairbanks .......... 43 27 St Louis ............ 59 48 by letter years. the Food for pro
Tallahassee .......? 70 64 Fort Worth ......... 77 52 San Francisco ...... 59 49 The girls came forward in an- Food and gram
Tampa .............. 86 81 Honolulu ........... 77 69 Seattle .............. 61 45 swer to the Yard's appeal for Drug Commissioner! The announcement Tuesday
W Palm Beach ..... 87 74 Indianapolis ........ n 51 Washington ......... 68 52 help in finding the killer or George P. Larrick said Tues said Yugoslavia will pay SIS,-
Kansas City........ 64 43 Montreal........... 70 46 killers of four prostitutes whose day that physicians attributed.200,000 In Yugoslav currencyand
Atlanta ...?.?..... n 54 Los Angeles ........ 59 54 Toronto ............. 62 49 naked bodies have been foundin a half dozen fatal hepatitis_' the remainder In dollars-
Boston ............. 54 U Memphis ........... 75 56 BAROMETER or beside the Thames in the cases to the drug Flexin over a period ranging from 3
Charleston .......... 74 13 Milwaukee .......... 63 46 1 a.m. 29.88 1 p.m. 29.80 past six months. which was finally' suspended by to 18 years.
the FDA on Oct. 13, 1961.
Response Staggering"The But Larrick * *
told a House Government
!tat et7 appeal's response has Operations subcommit- INCOME! The average American
1 [ AS.ApA. a been staggering! ," a senior detective -te on drug safety that a sister received a $77 Increase in I OPEN MON. THRU FRI'tii 9MEN'S
said."Women drug -Paraflex- made by the personal income last year.
who would never same company Is stilj on the The Commerce Department
have dreamed of talking to a market. reported Tuesday that total per.
sonal Income rose $21 billionor NOW ONLY.
policeman are coming forwardall The company, McNeil Labor.
the time." atories of Fort Washington. Pa 5 per cent. .
has been directed to make additional
The original police theory was
that the girls had fallen foul detailed tests on Para- . .. '"
of a vice gang. Now they believe flex and "to report the results o :.. ., I
a sex-crazed killer may be promptly to FDA" Larrick testified. 299
i "
at large, a man who forces -, "
prostitutes to strip and then assaults He said that when McNeil '
them.Detectives. submitted Tlexln in 1955 as a
drug to relieve muscle
said at least seven spasm \
it did not relay to the FDA in- \ .
girls reported they had been
formation that one test patient .
picked up driven to lonely lanes
who used the drug had died of
beside the Thames and orderedto
Yt1hel strip. Four said they refused hepatitis.
and were beaten nearly uncon * : t WALKING

enw w. w rrR/1e.1-MeIfM xnl ,' scious. Then their clothes were OIL Rear Adm. Onnie P.
r..ss.w..wsewr torn off. Lattu has been appointed director -; SWARMING'TERMITES
44r..wrwM of the office of oil and gas SHORTS
2 Girls Traced irt the Interior Department and

.. ., .........." Meanwhile, detectives traced will assume his duties shortly. areA
\',.. .y two missing girls, Identified only Lattu, 58, a native of Finland, e Continental and
'4..rsa ..H+ \ .:: '. as Jan and Bobbie, who were is currently assistant chief for A WARNING ( Belted Styles
close friends of one of the murdered . transportation and facilities of
Solids and Plaids
girls. A police guard was the Navy's Bureau of Supply
put on their apartment. and Accounts He succeeds Jer- TO HOMEOWNERS nr411 Broken Sizes
Men thvitdcntormi N"'''.'' across snu In the SvuriiMit citj from Hi* Gr .t Ickti H Hi* - -
Atl."tic Cad today .r nattier utbrtak .f vioknt wtittitr ,In pros .f Hit Suth sad Midwttt.TwiiHn 1
truck Mctim In Alb m., FUrldi, Indicn and Illintii. N. Injuries wen ",.**'. (AP II I Women'
Wir.,ht.) e:
Cotton Halters 00
Weatnercerst PRESCRIPTIONS I Boned for better fit.

A \.. Lakeland's weather bureau has (TERHINIX'I ] Sizes 32-33.

B forecast partly cloudy skies I

er+rwr through Thursday with widely I !iBsiB9HHsflHBBsHsii! Hssii! s sli s HsliH FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND Women'sJamaica
M.N-alai scattered afternoon showers.
Winds will be southwest at 10
to 18 miles per hour in the day MARTIN DRUG INC. BRUCETERMINIX Seersucker and gingham 399
ZONE FORECASTS W and less than five miles per ,
checks. Broken .
A-Partly cloudy 'tonight and hour at night. Humidity will be sizes.Women'

Thursday. No important tem moderately high. CO.
perature changes. Lowest tonight (y I 2221 New AuburndoU Hwy

(0 to 65. E ,,...... HIROHITOTQKYO IS 431 CENTRAL AVE. MU 3.2801r Ph. MU 26129Winter" Stretch Jamaicas
(AP-Emperor HI. I
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rohlto, In the 38th year of his' : Haven Solid color white pastel
through Thursday. Low tonight reign, celebrated his 63rd birth.' 1 \ '46th St NW stretch duck
60 to 65. day today, apparently in good Ph. CY 3.1234
E. F, G Partly cloudy H health and high spirits. I Girls'

through Thursday. Low tonight .
Fashion Dresses
70. south and southwest sww
65 to Mostly 166
winds 8 to 18 miles an II . New fashion look. Solid
hour,.higher near showers possibly cottons Broken sizes :
becoming northerly on

1 Thursday.H. Conflict between Greeks and Toddlers''

I. J-Partly cloudy through I Turks on Cyprus reflects hostility //lHtlI1I1.1H 6'8 the hOllle. Sun Suits
Thursday. Low tonight 70 to 75. that has simmered since. 97c
K Partly cloudy through the Turks subdued the predominantly Boys' stripe seersucker.
Thursday with widely scattered Greek Islanders in 1571 Long leg Broken sizes.
shower Low tonight 75.


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Of NationBy i ReceivingBlankets;

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS is the expert In homemaking. Somehowshe 2 for 8 7c
More thunderstorms rumbled Printed i cotton, extra heavy.
across areas in the Southeastand COMMISSIONERDISTRICT always knows what Is best for Dad and the Size 30 x 40.Boys' .

from the Great Lakes to the 5 children. And nothing Is more amazing than her
Atlantic Coast today after another
outbreak of violent weather endless talent for making the home fit her family's VycronCotton

in parts of the South and' needs %%fo a T." It;is matched only by the way First Shirts
Midwest. I
Tornadoes swept across at Federal' tailors your loan to your specific require. Knit with collars. Broken sizes.

least eight small communities merits when you buy or build your home. colors.
In northern and central Alabama '!
Tuesday Injuring at least for In home financing, First Federal Is the expert. Men's Leather

two damage.persons Twisters and causing also struck heavy,I' First Federal has been financing homes In the Casual Shoes 99

sections In Florida, Indiana and, Lakeland Area for 30 years! If you need a home Black or brown, hand sewn 7

Illinois. thunderstorms .!' loan, be sure to stop In. You will like the personal, leather soles. Broken sizes.
The most severe
during the early mornIng -| unhurried attention given at First federal Every Women's

were In the Carolinas. In detail of loan will be planned carefully so
the southern tip of Florida and Corduroy Shoes
the Florida Panhandle. The II that owning your home is easy and never a burden.A 66 C

storms In the Midwest tapered I Solid colors, rubber sole.
off as the wet belt moved eastward broken sizes.

skies were mostly clear from
the Rockies to the Mississippi)I! IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES

Valley._ ____'
MOVED TO Prepare now for future nOSING COSTS

118 W. LEMON ST. Industry and Payrollsin LONG TERMS PREPAY WITHOUT T'

Lanier Upshaw, Polk County. PAYMENTS GEARED PENALTY

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"ALAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday, AprD 21, II'
Regularly In The Business Directory In The LEDGER
Classified Columns. Dial MU 6-1151)
Writer Keeps Old

View Of Castro Q/d

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By FULTON LEWIS JR. Minister of Education Armando FOOD
remains to Herbert Matthews first, second and third to impress
MANAND a passionate young on the student an understanding ooscoorlt
rebel a confused but ardent of Marxism-Leninism
Idealist who leeks the good ."
DOES MA LOVE THATI! life for the More than 3.000 of Cuba's
long suffering'millions v grade and high school teachers
worship him. anti-Communist "worms," or
The New ,. have fled. On August .., 1M3,
Fork Times' the Ministry of Education was
veteran cor-. forced to recruit for teaching
;>1w. posts C.OOO children who met STEELTABLEWAR.1
whose glowing j these qualifications) 'Twelve
and often years of age or older, and
misleading -| successful graduates of the
reports on C... sixth grade"
tro helped Housing. Cuba's civil: construction
shape U.S. pelLEWIS has dropped from an
Icy in the late 1950's, Is the annual pre-Caatro level of $61
author of a new book on Cubato million to less than J10 million -
be published by MacMillannext Reason: Ninety per cent
r 1 week. of Cuba's concrete and wood
t (
) Matthews no 'longer denies goes Into military construction.
.l Castro is a Communist. He ,
concedes that Fidel can be Health. A distinguished Cuban .
vain and irresponsible and doctor who fled his home-
that he runs a tight little police land charged last year that
state He admits Fidel the practice of' medicine under -
.f i very nearly touched off there Fidel Castro has "de t
dl monuclear war In 1962. dined to a new depth for a
But, says Matthews, Cas civilized country of the 20th ; :
tro's place in history is assured Century. Dr. Agustin Cas- r '
"alongside those rare tellanos reported, in an August A
figures whom we recognize as 1061 medical Journal that 1st & 4th
romantic revolutionaries those directing Castro's program
men who embody all the suppressed of public health lack PIECEGET
yearning forces of medical experience.
their age and give expression He said that medicines were SPOONS
to them, but In wild desperate almost non-existent and that '
impractical ways" drugs brought in from the ,,, ,
The Fidel Castro picturedby Soviet Union and Red China '
Matthews is a brave and were of such poor quality that .> :; ,
leader who seeks their frequently led to Stait yw courageous usage these linear\ tees oees. Ieiae A. ONE PIECE 1
aid his "violent local and ffl'r
only to people a man general reaction feehnd the 55,55 week. Yea ;
who has through communism ." will eethece N f44 Ai M
Where\ Dacromarie
wrought a social change del.perltely There has been a sharp Increase Merlt'0eMdtrine' Me / .:r"'
Iff I superb blind of Curon and cotton yarns or needed throughout. the In childhood diseases, WMk.C ,y4r \ : FOR 9 CENTS
oil Dacron mid into wonderful fabrics thai go Into hemisphere In surgical mortality rates, In .:
Frvmacs' dr... and sport shirts, knit shirts, wits "We say (his methods are) gastroenteritis and Infectious .,
port coats and slacks, undrwar and nlC ti'l. wrong," Matthews writes hepatitis. ,*:.4 WITH EVERY $5
"but we have not proved that Industrialization. Cuba has -
And what does Dacromatic DO for you? our way Is the best way or dropped from fifth to somewhere "
the ," between 10th and 15th
Ivory garment il easy car wash-and'woar, urns only way
you tlma and work, stays fresh and Hp all day, Matthews' volume, aimed at place in Latin American industrial
sheds wrinkles and dirt, wart 10nSl r. high school students, is cer- production accordingto 611' With' every $5 food order, you may odd the
tain to touch off a storm of the former auditor of theCuban 9
If you havanl tried Dacromatie( yet you're mining controversy. The author Ministry of IndustryDr featured piece of this beautiful stainless to
the boat Chick Into them now You'II LOVI 'ami claims that Castro has wqrk.ed . Andres Ordono Campos i f your collection fpr only ft. If your order is $10

DACROMATIC . at Frtmaci, when wa cater to near miracles in the fields who worked closely with economics yoll may add two pieces, $1 tS. , three pieces.Here's ,
,year good appearance, of education housing health Czar Che Guevara.says ,':f a wonderful cpportunity to build a
Industrialization, and racial "the regime cannot seem

... ....... ....... harmony The facts dq not to halt the decline In Industry collection of famous International Stainless.
t" bear him out.Education. , and the limited replace- :', for,a fraction of the retail value.
Prior to Castro, ment factories brought in by
Cuba boasted eight universities the Soviet bloc are uselessto *',
FREMACSSODTHGATE The tuition was a token Cuban production .t BUILD A COMPLETESET
JJ a month and 40 per cent Race relations: "Never has
of the students were on the Negro been more exploited
...... scholarships The universities than he is now" accord- IN 6 WEEKS
SHOPPING CENTER-LAKELAND boasted some of the finest ing to Negro millhands who IOR'
faculties In the hemisphere. last year fled Cuba In an open }
NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER-WINTER HAVEN Today Cuba has but three boat. They said that more Jf* &*A LESS .I' 55
fcRANDON SHOPPING CENTER-BRANDON universities. Entrance requirements than 50000 Cuban Negroes r
1Ii depend 'solely on the have requested exit visas 2nd & '5th In less'than six weeks you can build a,complete
student's Ideology. University "but the Communists won't set of starless! In| the beautiful! "/perl.
professors have fled in droves, ,let them out. 'They, know a Fashion' pattern Jto last.a lifetirrw/ft sVso .
and classes! are conducted by Negro exodus would be a major '. WEEKS cots 'II '
untrained teenagers and Soviet setback for:their propaganda _: easy. cnly oyiyfry; $5f'ycsCwoouid4 \ .
tee ,hl. .... I''f -bloc Imports. The courses, ." vlt5: normally spend odds another piece to your
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Items such as tablespoons, iced tea spoonsrt

end to on ore bemg made ,available ot, an
the _."i wb,
Your lad. aH r4 ...<* In the JHit amazingly I low price.
k, fork will k the teetered '
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owned by Democrats against the claims of Republicans and

vice-versa., A Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation of Richmond .

(, policy Is non-political In its protection, However, wt n 4 Tablespoons 79c

local agents have been known to belong to both parties

.' and even been guilty of'vote-switching.

'. ._. Be on the winning side In case of failure of-Title to,
your home or grove-INSIST ON TITLE I INSURANCE: 79c

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j 1IAKELAND Wednesday April 21,LEDGER 18M ,/ Problem Of PornographyNot High Winds,r Sparks Fly As County's CandidatesBear

Princess Confined To Lakeland Rains RipLakeland { Candidates Woo Haven Votersnoted On Down t'

Prince Wed tually anything I mean town magazine and book store Savings

that literally Just for a The police officer picked up
chance to get some bit partIn one publication with a national that his turning back to of 704 Issues were not unanimous county employes; better recreation ami laid that sources In this
'In Romeher a movie." reputation and which is a' down at 1405 Fern Road. The the county S8,7411n excess fees and that In 11, the 3-3 [ facilities and boat group of Florida businesses

And the story [Is no different great favorite with many menThe tree, about 100 years old had in his 17 months under the fee. vote was on the junior college ramps and better county planning were contributing to the campaigns
been standing In the front system was unique, and that Issue. and zoning. of candidates for
In some
right of succession to the New York The facts are pictures Included bare-
yard of W. P. Keesee.Keesee .
had 24 hours availability
he provided -
State Senate Race
Dutch throne-she was next In . ._ _. breasted women, a nude and County Commission, District I governor.
0< said he was on his
line behind Princess Beatrix various other highly sugges- Qulllian Yancey, replete Aldine Combee incumbent "These huge contributions[ can

and publicly espoused her future : tive pieces of "art." front porch taking In chairs with laryngitis[ noted his be- noted his 7/4 years in office, only mean continued Imposition[

husband's campaign for the .I {q' I lhtl.I. I "Apparently, we can't do tree and a starting rug, when to falL he saw the l' ,,n, Pat.: 0", lief in careful investigationbefore countywide service, "getting of the State's major tax burden

vacant Spanish throne. anything about this publication tackling problems, said[ jobs done where it needs doIng
"I hollered for wife to
There was widespread belief important to Lakeland, to There have been court my his background of sale had ," more and better service M
help me. Keesee said[ "but and would continue to
In the Netherlands that the every city and town, for youth cases, and It's basically a mat do so. prepared him for business anda than ever before that peoplecan't Ftomil' Oat '
general law practice.As .
everywhere copies and ap- ter of what Is 'art' and whatIs Clarence H. Duncan pointedto obtain otherwise; cost-
proves that which originatesin This an assistant to U.S. Rep. cutting (three-tenth of a mill
pornography magazine
I front, |E 0/K his law enforcement and James Haliy (Dem, Fla.) he
J the entertainment world. < reduction). Winter Haven'sgrowth on the individual rather than
", J"agl On has some smart lawyers. business[ background and laidhe'd noted his work road
on rights- "
But as the author-paychiatrbt 1* Just beginning, he businsss and industry High
24 hours of
give sensible
commented Out Of Reach of-way; his small business said and with that growth will
: she was too scared to move." honest 'and economical background has made him said.Rep.
Bourbon-Parma family was try. "What else can we expect "We do ask the retailers who The tree crashed about 20 service," offering his back sympathetic with the smallbusinessman come new problems "that need Fred Karl of Volusia[

ing to use the marriage to bolster when we play a Taylor and handle the publication to keepit I feet from the house and some ground, experience and self to be said, and his the greater enthusiasm[ and County continued to attack both

its claim In Spain. The Burton on the front pages and on their top shrives[ -where of its limbs rested against( the voters. work among citrus people has maturity "of an experienced Gov. Farris Bryant and candi

Dutch government vetoed a big they are mobbed in almost it Is less likely to catch the the home's roof. No damage tuned him in to their prob candidate. date Dickinson simultaneously
Justice of the Peace District 4
wedding In Holland. .every city they visit?" eyes of youngsters" was caused, however lems. "I'm an average Polk Bob Jones, noting experience He said that Dickinson was Bry-

The Bourbon-Parmas, who The Ledger discussed the With Sgt. Wallace, we looked Windows Shattered Eloy Delgado dispensed with County voter burdened by too with Bartow Lakelandand anfs "anointed knight" and

live in France, chose Rome for problem of obscene literatureIn over some of the titles and the: microphone and reviewedin many taxes," he concluded.Ben Winter Haven Chambers that both were "toll twin*"

the wedding as neutral terr Lakeland with Police Chief subtitles on hundreds of paperbacks Branches from trees couldbe stentorian voice the four Hill[ Griffin Jr., asked of Commerce, said he would where roads were concerned.

tory. The Dutch government Leo Brooker. The chief said on the shelves of a seen littering the streets Functions of the peace ,Jus- for promotion from his[ eight- have an open mind clear to Admits Error

put pressure on Queen Julian that it [is a continuing problembut downtown store. Here are Justa through the general Lake lice: committing magistrate year representative post to suggestion and criticism -

and her family not to attend to one that the department few, not necessarily the land area, and garbage cans for' criminal[ warrants; leading senator, based on "my abilities pledged: strict[ honesty, dollar Karl drew an apology from
keep them out of had blown over spreading Judge of small claims: court for dollar value, roads to serve Dickinson it Clearwater where
Spanish poll keeps a constant eye on In the worst, and they cost only pen- not the demerit of'my
tics. Irene became a vlnua person of Sgt. H. I.. Wallace, nies per volume.: debris across the streets. ([under $100); coroner, and opponent; noted he had served a majority seeking experienced they met Tuesday. Dickinson[

exile from her homeland. head of the juvenile division[ "Who's Been Sleeping[ My In .the Lakeland Business ; performer of marriage ceremonies on 30 committees in the statehouse advice no salary Increase had said[ earlier that Karl voted
asked for commission for the car tag ,Increase but admitted
Irene and Carlo Insisted in
District[ Goodyear Service and admitted servingthe
"There is fact that I Bed?
an Interview last week that Store windows suffered slight Incumbent Walter Bell noted "special[ Interests of Polk era publicly that he h.:.* been
would like you to report, "Primitive Passions . Sedmera noted "lackof
mother and still his eight of "faithful Joseph
blown wrong.
daughter were damage. One pane was County at large" through helpto
devoted and that Juliana did not Chief Brooker said. "Most of Their lusts ignited a four- out at the retail store at 201 service" In civil actions and the citrus, cattle, farming, foresight[ In the commission. Sen. John Mathew Jr. of

oppose their marriage. In- the paperbacks and magazines alarm blaze. A searing novelof W Main StAnd criminal[ disputes[ ; that electing phosphate and tourist indus [ ." called for a sound approach Jacksonville, who had to call off

formed circles In The Hague distributed In this communityare modern violence[ Sullivan's a person with no attorney tries. to financial problems, the Pensacola part of his campaign -
ot Beauty
said Irene's wedding gown wasa handled by H. C. Innes of "Anything Under the Sun . Salon, 107 N. Florida Ave., experience "would be a back- He asked the public "why encouragement of Industry, [ schedule Tuesday becauseof
Lakeland News Co.
gift from her mother. the She was young and wild. A a window was also blown out ward step," and that while the did my opponent accept a free improved tax structure, better rain that grounded his plane,
"Mr. Innes In every respect reckless rebel riding a roller Lakeland 1885 Florida Constitution did ride from a special-interest- parks, recreation facilities and took another swing af the prom.

has cooperated with us In tryIng coaster of run-away passionsin Elsewhere In tree not demand a lawbackground owned vehicle by a lobbyist campsites, muterplan for ises of candidates generally.

to keep obscene materialout search of new thrills." limbs> and electrical lines "there was a scarcity[ of lawyer; ask him about his roadways, and hiring of competent "The candidate who goes into

of Lakeland. Some years "Traded Wives . An experiment were blown down at Quincyand lawyers then" modem governmental lobbyist lawyer quarterbackand personnel. office on a promise of some certain
Adams "Streets. Brancheswere
back, we sent him[ a list of [In love. An extraordinary practices are increasingly if they had dinner together House ef Representatives, road improvement Is handicapping
t titles of paperbacks which story of an experiment. also reported down at [ calling for abolishing in Tallahassee the Group 2 [ the entire state road-

seemed most objectionable. He al affair[ [involving sex with. Iowa Avenue and Bay Street.A the J.P. office and substluting night before .he qualified for Q. Qultman[ Quinn[ a former building plan," be said. "Th4

promptly pulled every objectionable out love and love without sex." palm tree was blown over a law-trained commit- office-ask. him how he got troubleshooter, said[ the county same is true of the candidatewho

I volume off the shelvesof "For Services Rendered at Lakeland Senior[ High ting magistrate. to Tallahassee and back. I hasn't kept pace with its problems promises some specific institution -.

retailers. Superbly sensuous and utterly School, and telephone lines School Board Superintendent don't know!" the state has a "lot of for come specific area.

Shipment Returned heartless. She made each victim [ were down in the 800 blockof 'Yancey. his[ voice almost deadwood" in its budget cost A candidate must be free and

North Scott Avenue Shelley Boone Incumbent, gone with laryngitis countered ing taxpayers unneeded sums. run-fettered to build road and
I for her
"In another Instance, his[ pay a high price Lakeland pointed to Polk County school "the ride Incidental
evil." The Fire Depart : was He attacked his[ Incumbent opponent institutions where there is
company received: 10,000 ment reported one of its fire progress, "greater strides" in ; I have prayed and for advocating tag tax need."

copies of a 'best seller' This Other Titles"I lines had snapped, but was better school buildings, air[ talked about my candidacy, increase and "supporting elimination Has
filth-a about a Ne conditioning, lower costs and since Burns Trouble
was story Am An Adultress The quickly repaired.The per my qualification no of homestead exemp-
gro prostitute girl Involved of Florida Highway Patrol pupil; improved inventory special[ interest whatsoeverhave tion." Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack

with college boys. The entire driven compelling story a woman reported no serious[ accidents methods; "two' perfect audits guided me; I will never Jack Turner, Auburndale sonville, who also had trouble

shipment of 10,000 copies was resist[ by"a passion too strongto during the heavy downpour, ;" better transportationand be Involved In any conflict of city commissioner and architect with Central Florida[ rain cam

'f promptly sent back to the publishing "Once More With Passion.[ but said tree limbs and telephone lunchroom facilities, made interest and intend to serve called for reduction of paigned despite it through a big

firm. lines had been blown possible by countywide pun you well and Impartially." government interference and section of the state Tuesday,
"Portrait In Flesh . She
ED MASON Chief Brooker said[ that the do down around the county chasing.Bill County Commission District[ I red-tape, attacked "legal loophole ending up at Webster.
was willing anything
worst of the pornographic material Read, saying he'd like George R. Burt, pointed to and boobytraps that cost He said that the word "tour.
Edwards Co. 3220
asked of her either Packing
as a mateor ,
[ [ from to put his educational back. st" is about worn out and sugested
now showing up New Tampa Highway, also himself[ as a "successful businessman the taxpayers unneeded sums,
FLORIDA rHJILICUTILITltS time to time in Lakeland "Payment a woman.in Sin.. sustained some damage, its ground to work hammered ," with a good civic and promised a complete studyof ,; that travelers be called

COMMISSION comes from "outside sources. tin roof was peeled back by away at a theme of disharmony background aM pledged hon taxes as a specialty of his out-of-stste visitors" instead.
"Nymph to the Slaughter
withthe and lack of respect for He said that tourism should be
t's difficult to catch up esty Integrity and dedicated administration.He .
force of the wind.
. She was a beautiful the
low Graduate and Formerfp.dei peddlers, who carry their belly administrators of the Polk service. said he'd fight for re- promoted by some agency inde-
books in their cars." dancer school system; lack of leader The number one project for peal of truck and auto tax pendent of both the development

Assistant to With Sgt. Wallace, the writer "Flesh . Startling. A profound ship and low morale any commissioner, he said, increase. and that no man commission, which handles It

U. S. Altomty spent a few minutes in a down- knowledge of the erotic TeacherCharges "Children and teachers alike is industrial[ progress for can do everything[ to reduce now, and of the hotel commission
urges of a forceful and highly are suffering from lack of this[ which would handle it
24 Years of law and Polk County "we must tax evils, "but he can cer under
sexed young woman. harmony and county-wide coordination spend money to make money" tainly support reform. a widely discussed reorgan-
Progmtlv Public Service A for the CDL In and need
we not a ization.
and he said he wants to Ray Mattox, incumbent,
Lakeland said: politician, but a school admlnjtrator -
CIted for Fair and ,. use more than the present referred to his backgroundand
"We realize that Read said. '
we can only 'Pressure1Ledger
one per cent of county In- kept promises and pledge
Impartial Regulation
KlNGSWOODSPROTT beat obscene literature with In rebuttal, Boone sallied
come to attract industry, Including ed to continue as a "vigor Woman
laws. But we believe that we back that these "vague, but Negro '
Now Serving at Chairman has always been fair a full time public relations ous and active representative "
can that most 'teen serious charges show that
prove age Industrial as in the past. He styled
of Florida Public Utllltlei to teachers and we believe .
crimes-Including one homicide Read doesn't know what poll- Drowns In
Comrnlition jfc that we can trust your news Polk County hospital short. himself a Jeffersonian Dem ,
raw In Lakeland-result from tics means If it means find- ages should be looked Into, ocrat interested in Individual
Ideas obtained In pornographicand paper., Ing facts, standing up on one's and with t
STATE.REPRESENTATIVE too and kept out of politicsby rights privileges, no Lake ArianaAUBURNDALEMattie
*efcMD MASON The Haven teacher said
filthy literature and films. ' hind feet and fighting for what establishing a' trusteeshipby change in his basic philosophy

experienced and Proven "If the great majority of the hat: "If your newspaper will he thinks right In the AmerIcan legislative act or county since he took office.

leoders/i/p for Florida people of our community, of look Into it, you'll find that way In give-and-take Ideas referendum, he added. House of Loue
.. .. ... obscenity Mr.. Boone has been meeting toward bettering[ schools, Bennett 42-year-old Negro who
,, '. ''' any community, enjoy I programs I J. H. Kegley, a locomotive Group I
I then the Lord help us." and buildings for our ,engineer, styled himself as David lived on Dixie Highway
>_ _i'_=_","" "" .,..." Iq children then I'm guilty of the "working man's candidate Higginbottora, amisilonary'i drowned in Lake Ariana at
>>I' '1lt D playing[ politics." ," and promised to do [ son. said[ the Lake Lena Canal Monday aft
issue before
LAKELAND PARENTS-: Answering the charge of what was good for the county electors most important ernoon, when she allegedly

failure' to instill respect, Boone and to help especially those was reapportlon- stood up and overturned a boat.
He said[ he
with teachers, and that some countered "No handle ment. was the
: one can with low Income Includingthe Her companion, John H. Par-
of the sessions had been held SIS million in budgets, retired."I only candidate in the race nigh[ saved himself with a life
f$:.: 'f hours. who stated opposition[ to
during working 3,000 and children
employes 43,000 do my own thinking, [ preserver but was unable to
I ,', He said[ It was obvious that without respect, good with the help of the Lord, and "pork -chopping" unpro-small save the woman. Chief of Police
benefits for
f j Boone was campaigning[ instead morale and harmony. Check no special interests have portional Lawrence Lewis retrieved the

C M f of looking after his of- my record and check my opxment'i. I given permission[ to run counties over large -institution and- body after it had been In the
promised to fight that
finial duties, and that he was ." or not to run." said Kegley. all his term. water about a half hour Other
,, Veil aware that the teachers through Auburndale police officers and
( School.Board District 1 Francis 1.. Pipkin called five
Klngswood Sprott,
are afraid to say anything for aid to a state planning firemen assisted in the case.
about the election. Seth McKeel pointed to his years an attorney, said he
board for "greater strides in
school trustee had insight into people'lprobleml
Deaths and Funerals
The Ledger contacted several recreation, more beautlflca-
in the
work on the Lakeland hospital assisting
school official In the tion of roadsides "by an old
board; knowledge of real estate Polk County delegation In the MICHAEL FAHEY
county and they reported that and civic[ work and hand with construction com- 1961 legislature, "not by theory Michael Fahey BO, of the ,
they had no knowledge of panies who know how to do "
pledged "fair honest dealing but by action, helping Home died this
Carpenter's ,
Boone calling meetings of it for less cost, and attacked -
bill in and of committeeto
with the public-with dignity out morning. He was a native of
s eachers. Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips, Incumbent opponent Floyd Woods, the county' benefit Newfoundland and came here

Read declined any commenton asked for emphasis saying his[ buying methods Wallace Storey, Bartow eight years ago from New York
the ,charge made by the were not proper and could lawyer from the
on a better vocational program quoted 10thStats' City. Mr. Fahey was a retired
Winter Haven teacher. He for 7-13 forestall have been guided by political ( Right's) Amendmentto
grades to carpenter: and a member of the
said[ : more dropouta, saying considerations.[ the U. S. Constitution, and Catholic Church. '

"The only thing that I can that important as junior colleges Woods countered doesn't know that "my the said that with his experienceIn He is survived by one son,

say is that I have taken a are children must go opponent city and county government Vincent Fahey. Paramus N. J.
facts of life and [
political Ignores
S-worklng day personal leave successfully through 12 grades he would give good Funeral services and burial will

to conduct my campaign.[ Its 'irst.' More emphasis on reading better roads and, includingmore second representation in the legislature be in Long Island N. Y. Thorn

\ costing me a good many ability Is needed too, she primary where the problemof ton Memorial[ Home Is la charge
Our Children Need Bill Read Forperformance hundreds of dollars in salary said. ary and;mental better health health conditions, hospital individual rights begins.He of arrangements. .

" """ but I do not feel that the tax- On junior colleges: "Where expounded his "hard
.' payers should be paying me a the school located Is not the better veteran services[ and. work In building up an effective MRS. MARY WALKER

salary while I am conduct basic Issue, but where It can better park and recreation facilities and dynamic back. WINTER HAVENr-Mr Mary

ing a campaign[ for public satisfy needs of most students helped by a central"that ground" and said he would Anna Walker, 80. resident[ of 2025
office." at least coat to the county. purchasing support no legislation in 10th Street NW. died at 4.23a :
is a state model.
which would
a be
School Board, District 4 Woods said[ that promises called taxpayer .m. today In the Winter Haven
on to .pay more than
Lake Wales Richard[ I. Brumbaugh, affiliated of more individual voice in his fair ahare.Hoffa Hospital following a lengthy ill

with a fertilizer firm anda government; business-like ness.
former Lake Alfred city government and a quarter. Mrs. Walker was a native of

not Man KilledIn commissioner, charged that million dollars in tax-savings May Johnstown Pa, and came to the
the school board was entangled are part of kept promises[ he I Lake Alfred community in 1908.

with petty arguments, has had a part In. She moved to Winter Haven in
Wreckdid "name calling" and dishar- County Commission Dial ] To Pay 1920. Mrs Walker was a retired

i mony and that his opponent Lea Dunson Incumbent, I practical nurse and a memberof

not heed the warning[ could not get support and cooperation noted he served five years Tax On Feesrange the Winter Haven Rebecca

years ago, during the campaign for the office of Superintendent flares and Jhana'i truck from other board on city commission and four Lodge.
members that he has not a is a citrus Survivorylnclude one daughter.
years mayor
slammed Into the rear ofJerrell's .
Public Instruction Lakelanderi heard great many high- Into the hundreds of thousands
semi-truck. Jhana adequately represented his grower, now owner of a Mrs. W. M. Jackson; one

sounding promises. Unfortunately, most of these promises were for. was pinned in his[ vehicle for district county-wide business and In addition of dollars. son, John James Walker Jr.;

gotten, after the election. The result: politics, rather than school ad. Austin Race Jr., cited Ms then launched an attack on current to expenses fraud of his and five grandchildren[ all of
... Chicago
six on the school board, his conspiracy Winter Haven.
ministration in the Superintendent's office .. low teacher morale years opponentHe trial, Hoffa also faces heavy
19 years in educational service criticized his opponentfor Funeral services will be held
. . "favored"' schools and "forgotten" schools . . discord f'r. '1!' Pai.l. l went over changes in the not stating his business awyers' bills in appealing his at 11 am. tomorrow from the

throughout our county school system -" < school picture to the better interest, non-attendance of March In 4 jury-tampering conviction Ott-Laughlin Chapel with the
Chattanooga, TennWilliams'
a few minutes and died en and noted "trumped-up commission meetings as a Rev. Darold N. Storm, pastor of
advice [
Rather than offering political promises BILL READ offers solid route to a Lake Wales hos charges" brought by a "ImallcIque" "lack of Interest," and being continued union legal payment against of the the First Methodist Church,
[ who produced petty late in forming[ his platform Lake Alfred officiating
performance as a respected impartial school administrator, who will pital. gripes, pleas for favors not James J, Musso. opponent, expenses was viewed as another Burial will follow In Oak

serve ALL of Polk County. No charges were filed Scott authorized. aid he was proud to be a .. I . Grove Cemetery Friends may
said. Damage was estimated
I In rebuttal to Blumbaugh'scharges beer distributor and to collect 1i call at the Ott-Laughlln Chapel
at $1,100 to the plck-up Jhana rOIl4
Vote for BILL READ, Superintendent of Public Instruction. I was operating and at $.50 to I Race retaliated: not"If beverage taxes that came tonight[ from 9 to 9 p.m.
I complete harmony means back to the county; noted he -
the semi-truck Jerrell was giving the public truth on issues was mayor of Lakeland, or-
driving. Jerrell was not In body blow to the beleaguered
and calls[ for two who
ganizer of Its Boys' Club and
t jured. think we're right joining the pledged "sober, moral and offa's efforts to hold control of i Dukes Steen

three who want to overridethe straight government with no his 1.7-million member union
OiLH CMdren
Need... I POULTRY & EGGS state selection board and special interests," and that while trying to fight off persistent

TAMPA ''API-I. msrtat, ..I.. b locate the Junior college In "every man should stand on I government efforts to I Funeral Home
ra4u.r... ."' ..., .lell' cod price cares put him in Jail.
BILL RE ADSii.nitii.iitOfr.iUcli.trictlM .0...' Eaton Park we won't have his feet and his own

I GI.A. w..hl Not aari,.. complete harmony" rl:1 a candidate." I 310 S. Florida

Si U.. eI mi 40L. Race said the Job "calledfor Musso, ignoring several sal I THORNTONMEMORrAL
.... I i.a .
i WHlI... 1-31..... j.I someone who would not lies from Dunson said he was ,
1 soul II.. 0ra U back from and for HOME
[... ef .n.pUon.l 'uiliti'j-a tub away problems vocational training; new Phone Ml 2.3123
ewe m Mint toc.lltlMWholmK . would take the Interest of all industry; less dropout rate in HUk Tta. A**. '

p ;arm.'prlcw 1*. .,en|IM poallrf>T. t La pkl.dal P 01 k County children toheart" school; a county planning com MMM MM U>
II: h..W6 lt, :M, hnu 4-r ........... ambulance service
tpe rat. ass .M, M. hiu, ands 4 Ik. 08 MhmrooiUn He said that in the mission for better Polk County i
_v._............... ....'"1{-.:..... tel pluU,04.1 Mai D "buti.i.CT pttcM M 4t w- past eight months only 21 out I roads; Job security for all '-"" """" I

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I Senior Girls To Learn . First Of Three Finance Bassf ord mWalker Vows Wednesday LAKELAND April 21.1M4A LEDGER

. About Sorority ProgramLakeland Exchanged In GermanyMr. Anna Miller

Panhellenic Association Mrs. Eugene Davidson and Social Slated

Is sponsoring a program Miss Hattie Eicholtz representing Forums Slated Tomorrow and Mrs. Thurston Walker A social for Anna Miller circle .

for graduating wulor Panhellenic and explaining 1601 Bella Vista, have announced 1291 members and wivesof !
girls and their mothers tomor alumnae views and \ the marriage of their
; all Elks will be held at the
HAVEN"Dollarsand .
toW at 7:30 p.m. at the AudioVisual Pug Mason and Barbara Klein- WINTER Mrs. Beverly Ervin as coordinator Mrs. George Kendrick Mrs.L daughter, Shirley Mae. to Lodge tomorrow at S p.m., following -
Carl Mrs. VanR.
Doughnuts" will be the Modeling will be Mrs. Knorr
Annex of BranscOmb Bassford
Schmidt representing a col- Spec. 4 Robert E. ,
the buffet honoring
of G. Richardson Frank Jack M. Ladner. Mrs. C 0. supper
Memorial Auditorium, Mrs. topic James Arnall. Mrs SpencerJr.
lege panhellenic and the collegiate son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
for the "Woman's World FInance Mrs Robert Gilmore ., Mrs. Carl A. Jr. new Elk candidates at
W. R. McKemle and Mrs. Edwin view of sorority life. Berry Strang < Bassford. 1046 N. Webster Ave. 630.
Forum" scheduled to- Mrs. Glen Hicks, Mrs. Ken- Mrs. Zed Reddish Mrs Tom :
Sorority Jewelry and literature The couple exchanged vows Mrs Charles Terrell Mrs.
Lake Yacht neth Mrs. Jan Valk and
have announced.The morrow at Region Jackson Mrs. Bob Kin, Taylor
will be on display and on March 23 in Regensburg. Lawrence Lynch Mrs. C. C
and Country dub at 12:30 ham Mrs. Richard Klngham. Mrs Dorothy Weaver.
U Introduce
purpose girls attending will receive a -- Germany, where he is stationed Dockery and Mrs. Bob Jacobs
girls going to college this fall copy of the pamphlet "Speak pm. during a luncheon and with the U.S. Army. will be In charge of the entertainment ,
to sorority and college life. ing of Sororities. Ityle.lhow. Mr. Richardson Chaplain Weathers performed Mrs. William Bicklord '
graduating senior girls who Mrs. M. B. Mott Jr. and is associate professor of finance 'Hammy Awards' Nominees the ceremony. will welcome guests. ,(
Florida State University
plan to attend any college this Mrs. R. J. Daniel are in at The bride wore a white wool
fall are inv.ted to attend and charge of refreshments and suit with blue accessories and
bring their mothers.: Studentsdo 'Mrs. J. T Clark is In chargeof The finance forums will bean Listed By Little Theater carried white carnations \For Immaculate

not have to be going to decorations annual community event Mrs. John Hoover was the toilet bowls! I
with the second forum in September
Florida Southern College or to bride's only attendant. She
a college which has sororities and the third in Oc Nominees for "Hammy Sport" and Jack Slayton In wore a blue wool suit and car

to benefit from this informative MissionaryTo tober. Awards" presented annuallyby "No Time for Sergeants." ried blue carnations < .
Mr. Richardson will be > 1
program. Best supporting actress, Capt. Hoover was best man.A .
the Lakeland Little Theater
Sorority girls from Florida Joined in the financial discussion Irene Karaee In "Third Best reception followed at the : \, r :\ ,f: 1Ii.1i'J
SpeakThe have been announced. "' ,.. ,
Southern College will presenta by John W. Sterchl. dIrector Sport" and Sandy Lott in Hoover home. > \ ) '

fashion show modeling out Rev. Lloyd Knox, who and first vice presidentof They are as follows: "Come Back Little Sheba. The couple honeymooned In "'J- "\4' :1'4It.
fits appropriate to college life. recently returned from Buenos First National Bank of Orlando Best actor Dick Burnett in Best performance in the Garnish, Austria. They will ... .. "\
Included will be dresses to Aires Argentina, will speak who will use "The Conlumer "Come' Back Little Sheba." musical, "The Fantasticks": live in Regensburg until December
wear to a formal tea. an informal tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the la Queen" as his topic.Closing and Harold Sale In "No Time Don Kaplan Jack Thompson when they will return
tea a final rush party midweek service of Wesley the discussion will be for Sergeants" and Sally Snlvery. to the states. MRS. ROBERT E. BASSFORD

the classroom In the dorm Memorial Methodist Church. Richard C Cheney, vice presIdent Best actress, Madge (Bar- Little Theatergoers will vote //F3 ;
and to college sports events. The Rev. Mr. Knox, a Methodist and trust officer of card) Cain in "EverybodyLoves on the nominees and name a
Mrs. McMullen has planned missionary has served American National Bank In Opal" and Lily Sclortlno favorite play. Awards will be Beta Sigma Phi I

a panel discussion "Speakingof the past three years in Argen- Winter Haven Samr"with "Investingfor in. "Come Back Little Sheba. presented at the annual Ham The modern

) Sororities" which will be tina. This year he had the Uncle Best supporting actor Hal my dinner at the close of the Week Proclaimed I Tquld bowl cleaner 1
moderated by Mrs. Douglas pastoral responsibility for Booths Brewster in "Third Best LLT season

Hall president of city par hel three churches besides leading Guests. will Join the speakers - -- ---- By The GovernorLAKE STYLING SALON
lenic. On the panel will be financial campaigns for five
in manning the eight pink WIUf thaw alai?
I It III churches and working with the booths where simple and complicated WALES Governor Call I

...Ilkeep youth In the district. He recently questions will be an r'arras Bryant issued a proclamation About __
attended the annualml..lon.ry
swered. The guests and their Here's A Place Where designating the weekof __
retreat in
yea prU Its. Piriapo- topics will be: Social Security April 24-30 as Beta Sigma Our i iMother's
wttl benefits Charles Buckingham Phi week In Florida, emphasizing -
e y0Ywait. native of Tampa he at- from the LI
field representative Handicapped Are Trained Founder's Day, Thul'l'day CLEANS
... tended Florida Southern College Lakeland Social Security office Day '
and was graduated from i W o m e n's Investment Pal and XI Alpha Deltachapters BETTER
Emory University, While attending Shenkof, Specials
Clubs, Mrs. will have a Foundel'l'Day
By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN warding pioneer project concerns BECAUSE'
Florida Southern he
president of Investors 14 of banquet at the Highland M" e.lMaI.
discovering vocational
met and married Edith
Tampa; Women's Stake in er Party House tomorrow at7pm. rig LIQUID i
Strawn. Her father lives at Mrs. James C. The Federation of The Hand possibilities of adolescent I I. The M.ll
122 Palencia Place. The Knox Government of the icapped in New York City has boys and girls who are regarded . Sevthgete Shopping Center
Yount. president Leagueof The council
area meeting
e* have two children. Mike done some of the most exciting as "homebound by
Women Voters of Winter will be held at John's Restaurant CLO" MON./I'I'I
and Carol. pioneering! It Initiated their doctors and schools and M4I
Haven i Money Management In Bartow on Saturday
the idea of subcontract
securing family
He will report on the struggles S. ,
Mrs Campbell
taking place on the South work so There ls the dramatic case t. .
and cashier of '
vice president "
American continent between that handl ". of the teenager who must lie
National Bank In I
I Fmeuf Brand N Mil J.C.P! JMMM. Winter Haven; and Consumer women I day and night but who has become
TM Lr,,. M.ideahn.C.m.l.t. Installment Loans, Lex Hood of, and men could \Ii..4'Yearn expert as a rapid garter SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5 30 P.M.. FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.feen's .
executive vice president I
money inj1 grip assembler I
National Bank in
S.latl.i! .! American their owns There la the young girl whoIs I
I.tlll" sane Cypress homes. In Newt;- the prisoner of a wheel
Only fie leek It xpemfve KlNGSWOOD National Banks York City thisd chair because of a crippling
is being doneon 'it spinal birth defect She had ;
Presiding at the forum will
FJI.B. 30-Dey Che. P.LM.RUBY'S unusual manual and !
be Andrew P. Ireland president a city-wide ;: dexterity
of American National bants. The New *>? was taught to assemble deli- I
York State cate electrical ., "
DITWISS components.
Banks In Winter Haven LOWMAN
vision of Vocational She drives her hand-
Florida. The forums are being now own
TOT & TEEN SHOPSOUTHCATI American Rehabilitation is cooper controlled car. ,
presented by the
National Bank In Winter sting with the Federation of There Is the young man who
0,.. Until/ f PJW. M... Haven and Cypress Gardensfor The Handicapped In this project. using hooks which replacedhis
ffcr Sef. hands, skillfully handles \ aa4
the women of the Greater
Winter Haven community.The Those who suffer from heart metal working tools
---- -------- ---- -
forums have been trouble or arthritis or asthmaor The courage and enthusiasm

I Y Supported Cooperatively by Christian planned by Mr. Ireland's assistant any disease which cripples of people such as I have described I'Itj
is and
Mrs. William G. Enns. them to such an extent that inspirational so
Families Of Various Denominations "Dividends In Fashion" will they cannot leave home suffer is the Federation of the Hand- f t'Nil .
show more from being hemmedIn icapped which gave them their
be the theme of the style t \ I
to be ''presented during the with nothing to do than chancel

luncheon by Rhelnauers with they do from any physical dis )
P comfort. When they can workat '

.} r a et, t R// .fit qwe home they can do so at Rebekah Party I \ 1 I .

J pJlJidJJnalLCmdr. their own speed and they can Set Tomorrow .,i' .;,
atop and rest whenever they .. "
and Mrs. K. /' : '
Hodgkiss of Jamestown. R. I., Each homebound Elnora Rebekah Lodge No. t .. .. j
have left after a four-week visit person receives 4 will have a "ways and :* r
with her aunt Mrs. Mabel wages at the same rate means" party tomorrow at /

G. Chandler and her brother, as a worker doing the same 1:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. ,

APPLICATIONS FOR -l,64.6 5 SCHOOL YIAR Richard Cory, both of 738 Jefferson Job the workers In private Industry.trained When Gladys Reed, 4313 S. Florida Ail\
NOW IIINO CONSIDiftID Ave. En route home are being Ave i
they will visit in Mount Pleas they are.brought to and from Cards and games will be I
LAKELAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ant S. C., with their son and the Federation HeadquartersIn played and baked goods sold +

I 1C1"4..11 Tk,.., 9th Gr 4. his family and in Annapolis crutches buses large enough to take The public ii Invited.Religious .
and chain.
1111 Forest Park St. Phone 6834013 Md., with their daughter and

her-family Near Miracles
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near miracles.. A man with

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'Let's Go To Meeting This Week ? .

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be published In the Sunday 7NuatuNa .. .., ,, l 1
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Notices of meetings to be held OUT OLUS..tln m. p "Tb. CutM' eeir.aI.LAMLAND .. Iip
and porliill Claw Ml ptinUni from
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fer pus Phillips Is a 1960 graduate of
y,; Bartow High School.

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April 2J, IM4 1I-A

Kellys Did Their First Campaigning Winter


Together As Teen-Agers Riding A Bicycle sentative WINTER from ..

In Winter Haven
NANCY BROWER the District P
By y'd it' dent's conference
Women's SUM Writer
ida Federation
Margie and Scott Kelly have Clubs tomorrow
I teen campaigning together "' \ Among the garden
[since their teen-age days when \'r''b' f represented are
(abe rode with him on his bicycle '? :: ;r quet Gardenia,
[ a* he pedaled around v ;; the Garden Club
[Qulncy distributing literature ?" ;{ 'j e Ii" Haven.UNION
[for local ,olltlclans.But ;, JACK
they have never cam- WINTER
[ paigned as they have in the ;: James Kamm of
month since Senator Kelly :1 ven has been
formally announced his candidacy of the Highlands
I for the governorship of Club. Other new
Florida. The Kelly have clude: Mrs Jack
twitched from bicycle 'to air Wales, vice :
plane to keep pace with the ;J Morton Hanlon,
fast moving gubernatorial aecretary; Mrs. I.
I campaign. f ter Haven, ;
Margie Kelly, who has been Adman; Lake
| at Senator Kelly1 side for mentarian; and
: most of his campaign appearancea __ Troelsen, Lake
I say she does not relish urer.
the spotlight but that she INWOOD
does enjoy helping her husband New officers
( lit ha campaign. named for Inwood
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Personal Contact Best School Parent-
v e ,,,, 4 ation for the
The Kelly are convincedthat today"w"country
f $
to year. They are:
with the
personal contact ,,A "
r president, Paul
[ voter i II the most effective .Ykwl1'k\ vice president; and leather
form of campaigning. All Zumpf and Mrs. ltoredJ Try f
that it is the
politicians er, secretaries; In the hands:of
most exhausting. "Scott seems t
to be thriving on hard work. treasurer; and ) I for .toraa.eof
He enjoys meeting the people pV ......... Lancashire, 'lr> our specially! ,,
and Is a tireless campaigner," sots 'If' ) r
said his wife. 4 v WL
According to their mother,
the Kelly youngsters are good
campaigners, too. "When they LAKELAND
are handing out literature, .: '
they get real upset if someone Mr, and Mrs :
says he is not going to vote ''ii'S gle, 326 Robin
for their daddy. They feel thatif ter April 27,
he doesn't get every single Mr and Mr*. furs I
vote, all to lost. MARGIE KELLY at home tie, 82 !
"How does It feel to see Homes, daughter,
your husband's picture posted Mr. and Mrs. !
almost everywhere?" Marge questions about her courtship, with vacant lots on either side then It wouldn't be as much us, 608'/
Kelly was asked. "It feels like marriage and family and Scott went to work in the fun for UI" ril 17.
he's watching me everywhereI "Scott and I went to high law office of his brother, Clifton The candidate's wife did divulge Mr. and Mrs
go," she laughed. school together In Quincy We Kelly her recipe for the sena ver, Route of,
Been Misting Sleep dated each other for five Soon the possibilities of those tor's favorite chicken dish. It's 27.
years before we married. We vacant lots next door lured a casserole she has dubbed Mr. and Mrs.
Asked what she enjoys, most Mrs. were engaged only three Scott into the building business. "Kelly's Chicken. Ic, 1828 Civltan
about campaigning weeks. When we ,decided to He bought one lot, built KELLY'S CHICKENOne April 27.
said, "The reception we 1
KellY get married, we planned to a house on it, sold it. did the
have received from the people broller fryer cut Into
but it and
have elope thought over same on the lot on the other
and the interest they and seasoned
agreed we wanted to tell our side and suddenly he was in serving pieces no addl-
shown In Scott's campaign They had no objections with salt and pepper Is broiledin Members of
parents. both the contracting and real
are the most rewarding and we were married as estate businesses a shallow casserole until chapter, )
things. the" most difficult planned In the little First almost done. Then a. sauce the annual
thing about campaigning is Baptist Church,of Bainbridge Family Crows made ,with one can undiluted International Inn
,etti ).Used to going without Ca, our elopement destina The Kelly family Increasedto cream of mushroom soup and are Mrs Phillip r
sleep. J'm a real sleepyhead tlon. We told no one but our Include Mike, who Is 11, and rcup minced onion Is pouredover Lester WI.b n
and need** full eight hours parents of the wedding, but Sheri 10. Business grew and the chicken. The casserole Charles Holober,
sleep a pl bt. I haven't been somehow the word got around prospered too and the family Is placed on a lower shelf Kaplan, Mrs. ''I
getting,much more than four and a crowd of our friends moved into Us present home and the broiling process continued Mrs. Max Selig
or five hour rest a night I attended the wedding and the 10 years ago. until the sauce Is golden Weiner of
.Just Can't believe those gals" reception at the preacher's The long, low home has been brown and bubbly and the The convention ,)
who say.they don't get tired home" the scene of large scale hospitality chicken Is tender. Sauce may day and will end I k
Despite the pace she has He Was Bookkeeper on countless occasions. be thickened with a bit of
beerf keeping the campaign At the time the Kellys were The Kellys have entertained flour, if necessary A topping '
moves into Its closing days d, married, Scott was fresh out groups as large as 600 with of grated cheddar cheese may (
MrsxrttHy looked tanned an -r of the service and working as only the help of family and be added if desired. The sauce
s fit and rested as she bookkeeper at a furniture friends. One particular fete is delicious served over rice
time out from writing mountains at store Margie ,was secretary sticks In Margie's memory or whipped potatoes.. ... .
: # thank-you notes this she borrow. e aWhen
to"mb"parole "and probation For occasion
her kitchen table to grant this supervisor of that county. *d a afoot long tray shaped 'the campaign Is over.
t interview Margie recalls that she table, filled It with 600 poundsof Mrs. Kelly plans to get backto I)
Answers Question wore a beige suit and Kelly crushed Ice and used It to her tennis and fishing Ona
For the Interview at the green accessories for her display a tantalising array of television program Monday
Kelly' secluded and,spacious wedding and that Scott worea cold seafoods, salad and hors night, Senator,Kelly describedhis
kL home off New Jersey Road, dark blue suit. They wentto de'oeuvres.At wife as "one of the best
Mr*. Kelly wore a white Jacksonville for a brief smaller parties, the Kel fisherwomen In Florida ," I,
sharkskin sheath dress with honeymoon.When lys have treated guests to barbecue Mounted,trophies an 80 Ib.
blazer Jacket boldly striped their first child Pat. done to a turn with their tarpon and a five-foot-long bar
In bright colon. Curled up on now 15, was just six weeks old, secret barbecue sauce "I'd racuda prove her prowess
a curved couch in the family the Kellys moved to Lakeland. really like to share this recipe II a salt water sports fisher-
| living room she answered The purchased a small house with everyone, but if I did woman. f

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I'u LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday.. April 21.1861Let's 1 Court Ruling
Kynes Says

Keep Citrus GroupS ks Enterprising Executive! Only. Protects Atheists ., .

I WASHINGTON (AP)-The U. nized laid the attorneygen.
An energetic, enterprising and These requirements are set forthin ly consumer-oriented," Hooks product or group product management S. Supreme Court's interpretation -eraL
knowledgeable executive is being specifications supplied by the said. This man should be sensitive experience, with abroad development of the First Amendment to Last week, State School Supt
sought by the Florida Citrus business consultant firm of' to consumer requirements general knowledge of new tine to the Industry for the commercialization the Constitution protects only Thomas D. Bailey sent a state
Commission for the position of Boo Allen & Hamilton, which and to market needs and oppor. product research, new product of promising programs the right and freedoms of atheists ment to the committee in whichhe
commercial development direc has been retained to recommend tunities, capable of viewing development, market research, ." Florida Atty. Gen. James also supported the proposed
SHERIFF tor, qualified candidates for the po ideas and product In terms of test marketing, food distributionand Applicants Screened Kynes said today.In I amendment to permit Bible
The applicant also should be sition. profitable business ventures and project budgetary control. for delivery reading and prayer in the
a "good leader and a good salesman "Personnel specifications call end results." j Some experience in the beverage Major responsibilities of the testimony prepared 'schools.
," said Commission General for a sound project planner anda The personnel specification or food industries Is preferable position Involve the establish to a House judiciary com

Manager_.Homer: E Hooks__ creative.man who is thorough describes.an-...executive. -. --with- .-new.'-, "The. commercial ment market and direction research of commercial sectionsfor -mittee revision Kynes supported of the Plrtt a proposed German
development Amendment that would permitnon
engineering and market de-
,director is responsible for the
i sectarian and Bible
velopment. Each major commercial prayer
development of sound and
I I practicable ScientistsTo
reading In the public schools.
,, new product and market development program
STAR-STUDDED development programs that can will be conducted on a project Last year, the Supreme Court
!be successfully carried out by team basis, Hooks said utilizing ruled that such religious observe VisitThe
our industry In order to increaseper the best available resources ances violated the constitutional
Jpl capita consumption of Flor from the Commission, other separation of church and state. Florida citrus industry'sstrict
ida citrus ," staff departments, or the outside
products Hooks
Amendment Need Seen I adherence to federal food
stated "He will direct the as required
19th activities -
standards will be outlined
0 and drug -
of Commission "These specifications present Kynes said the Supreme Court
ly are being employed by Booz, series of decision on religion em'l this week for r group of
Allen & Hamilton in screeninga barked on "a journey a seven German scientists mak-
cumber of prospects for the sea of conflicts without a compass ing a tour of the state's citrus
VOTE position," he said. "The Com ," belt.The
I visitors are especially Interested
mission hopes to have the results
t "To avoid this, it Is my sin
In the inspection pro*
of this screening process belief constitutional
FOR cere that a ,
cedures for fresh and processed
shortly and to begin its own
amendment is urgently needed
interviews of the recommended I citrus, said Homer E Hooks,
which will and
1 I protect preserve
: Florida Citrus Commission gen.
the rights of all persons to wore eral manager, who is scheduledto
ship I In their own at schoolin
play host to the group at a
I the and in the
Jail public buildings
Communist noon luncheon on Thursday.
armed services or anywhere else
at any time and place," Kynes Stops IncludedThe
1, Term Said Hard told the committee."I tour is to include stops at
i ; see no reasonable solution laboratories of the United States

OUR ENTIRE ,On Man's Nerves !. .except to clearly redefinethe Department of Agriculture, the
First Amendment and clarl- Florida Department of Agrlcutf
fy its meaning, .by an additional ture, and the Citrus Experiment
1 STOCK OF LONDON (AP-Doctors say amendment to the constitution Station.
17 months in Communist prisons such '"This has expressed an
as you are now considering group
i LADIES' WHITEDRESS $ have put Maynard Greville ," interest in Florida's program of
2 rr Wynne in "an excitable and disturbed ' Kynes said the Supreme Court controls in regard to the inspection -
I mental state which gives and utilization of all citrus -
rise to some anxiety" I religion ," Hooks said. "The Itinerary .
I A hospital spokesman said the history and government of which has been arranged
F. the statement Issued by Dr. Pet the United States, and that by our Agricultural Consultant,
PAIR er Dally a psychiatrist, and Dr. Americans were a religious peo- Frank L. Holland, should pro.
n Edward Bott Wynne's family pie whose institutions presupposed -vide the answers to questions
I!physician did not mean the /s. a supreme being. that might arise on controls of
SHOES year-old British businessman'slife chemicals in cultural practices,
Court Confuses Issue
FLATSSANDALSMEN'S FRANCIS L. was in danger. I as well aa in the operation of
Wynne convicted last year of "The court has confused the fresh fruit packing houses and
being a courier of spy Information -establishment clause of the First processing plants,"
PIPKINCOUNTY was released by the Russians Amendment to the extent that it Dr. L. G. MacDowell, directorof
, last Wednesday in exchange now considers it unconstitutionalfor technical research for the
COMMISSIONER for Soviet master spy a sate to make appropriate Commission is to serve as co-
DISTRICT #1 Gordon Lonsdale. Wynne was provision for recognition in the host on Wednesday with Dr
A'A ,.. .... rushed to the hospital Sunday]public schools of the very things Herman J, Reitz, Citrus Experiment .
N4 I
: I unconscious. which the court itself has recog Station director


SHOES VALUES I Yes, the TRUTH will out . .

TO 10.98

CHENILLE $ AdoaidayA 20,1964 Democrat -

County -
Polk .-
'IRe -


the cane property

FULL SIZE /1.0 1qsnore usually,..mp.lon. .
..IIU'" election
county and hotter as la cS"SSS
holler aa
lI.g daY draws ..candidates...r. pfd are dittcard ....I.lalure-? "&**l
rent law tc'tc'down
usual. 100 per become
Lo It'
GIRLS' INFANTS'S.HORT Id the froth 0.10' their opPn ..I... ..proved Blotion "

efforts Lo tear jwen then eared' .. \ as1n

en... and allegatlonaaltected the horn are cncerned.gpoken .
2 PCo charg. the speakers tar a. other taxes remem
: Importao" thinglhe
rebutted few Ich are. tlrC\ The
nlattorm- Those ertn&cam" thing
> lorethomongers 5sSsfeat
in form wIctoua J because would

SETS DIAPER fated Paige arethe utterlyof llltle II any truth' the people the chance
wlt offered
out a' 'h.Y or
start been
: warped whether

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was 0 ,
OrIW.while .... "SreSSS.hioiVuS"
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house lleintroduced
member 01 1M county bo .' teb<. .
(rout I'olk amendmen' to ., .
MEN'S tlvefl 0" se
SHORT bIll .. ttgCunstitution. remtl a' polk county's both I. puW. and

the exemption pro.I.lo.

the M..d oui In &lHHSSs
r .1 pure"" tohave Florida i !
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SLEEVE .ta every school 11 Il felt COU
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willhome i* .otb.e
or would
had 11 the Griffin oppose him with whl..pcr..
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N aged children the Le.I.I.u" ailed to malign Su to heat him.
poting .
had passed havebeen their frantic a..1wl'her
SPORT bill\ Il w ould in proulIy .
"hlch II dId 01 FlorIda, v The Democrat earlier' endorse(
to the P eople to .decide .'ro..IY J6. '" state
Lad ; U up Ina general election wanted the pro- went ot Den 11crllI"\
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been to more


Hill Griffin is for better education


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[ QNTnENJlR! Elect BEN HILL GRIFFIN Your State Senator

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Off With Win For A'sBy JO

MIKE RATHET The American League said until the Red Sox tied It in the

[ Associated Press Sports Writer Finley should tear it down citing ., ninth on a run-producing singleby

Finley 1, The American the "Pennant Porch" as a Carl Yastrzemskl and Stu 2Bt14
Wednesday. April IJ.A
League 9 violation of baseball rules So, art's double. Then after Baltimore -

The score won't how In to-, Finley proceeded to remodel bis., scored two runs In the

d4y' baseball standings but bleacher section into a half f 10th, reliever Stu Miller suddenly s

the entry' probably been madel porch which brought the right lost his control. WtpYI + I

In the ledgers of Charles 0. Mn- field line in from 338 feet to( the

ley, the daring Kansas City own- legal 321 limit. Then he waitedfor CLIVILANO MINNISOTAI4aa I, u. t;. I ,
.ossM It s 5i'S e Kelsey Receives
er who's been struck out more the A's to start hitting homers. 0..111". I 110111. -
d I 011. 4151 .F a rar
often than Dave Nicholson.Finlcy :: : : i I ..rtd" C/ r
Elsewhere Dick Swart'ligrandslam 5 N.II 1) 1 ;
went tile w
one up on tnNN' rt { 1 Kll/wew a "
American League following tileA' I homer in the llth Fr.ncaM 11 . 1111Mt I 0

5-1 victory over Detroit !inning gave Boston a 6-4 victoryover NW. IM II .,aas.s.f5,1a, N 111.r I

Tuesday night Baltimore Jinunle Hall D..i p t111Ra.d a 3555 t"' yt Top FSC AwardBy
singled with the bases loaded In MCMa"n S .1. PanI .1. stns
Ed Charles provided the edge' 4rpMd r 1 I IM1M1o 111AAa.m.mr r ,"
when he christened FJnley'smuch the 10th as Minnesota outlasted I' 0.'.." 5 t

derided "Half Pennant Cleveland ... and the Los Angeles cth.oca H''I 1 1 I I 1 Duna 5I5 .

Porch" lofting a fly in the first Angels edged Washington .011 5 miTata ,r JACK FLOWERS Rev Beck a member of the

inning that zeroed In on the 2.1 behind the relief pitching of .Struck* *ul MltS tar ..,Total....q.!M fn.41: 1-Mil II I b+ Ledger Assistant Sports Editor Methodist Board of Education in

newly erected bleacher section Don Lee and Dean Chance. .hit* doukl play for Parry In ",,, cAIIt"1 .- The Rev Ed Beck, .an ordained Nashville Tenn, told of his basketball -

at Kansas City Municipal The ChicagoJew York w.lkad Ground He put 0.tor,.." In IK*. in I'hi Methodist minister and former experiences at Kentucky

Stadium Yankees' game was rained out CMVOMIM/ *M tM *H lltMNwi -- --'--- AU -'American basketball I and In the Orient. He referredto

It was the first homer hit Into Charles not only christened t-kamana* PO-A-Ctovaiantf tat m M MI,. (t-f_ player at the University of Kentucky ., Kentucky basketball coach:

the sector In five games, and Flnley's porch but also doubled Ill-....IO-.L... .0.-M.M5.....,Nn. _......odhloll.on kM1rCNI .. CONIGLIARO OUT '0''" DOUILI HAY-Tuny Cnil.r; ., lid) Sex .y'f.tdr, It tyt .! i.e- challenged Florida Southern Adloph Roup as a "great coach

was duly noted with the blare home a run In the third and Dwa11M. AMnuS. ..... ANIh sad III lk. lint! kf) if a doubts Jy I* till Mcenrf InnJnf' viitcnUy .! I'me with Ihs "Itimfr* College Athletes "to give and one who demands the best

of horns and an array of flashing -singled across a run In the fifth U>*_-clawlaM Daman. *. AlHion 4,' Mlnnattt, Vi.silts Itt ... Hl Orield I' lirVi FIMWI Peek lob TUIm..., 11155. cttchtr, ffHtmtfi H OrUlii H *nd k...* more than their best and then from his players

green and gold lights. as the A's struck for three I'W'I'' ("' .. ...Mint. Wanar, Roman* L Hill. tin Itnj Arfclr .he Ripped I* all.rtitap Luis' AM''*'* shawl Mrs lull mpUtl"8 threw to first go all the way" last night at Beck said "Coach Rupp

pinley originally erected a and drove Frank Lary from the: IP' N aitssioaKaiim ....men Nrm $iib.ni to cmHto .*>. OF. lton WIN, '.4. (AP WINhet.1) rSC'a annual athletic awards was sometimes a little tough."
porch that brought the right mound. 0.- .. I.' I I I banquet at the college cafeteria Ha cited several Incidents of
McManoniM ..... i
field foul line to within :296 feet Diego Segui who walked four rald ..M. II f" I i I I| David Kelsey of New Canaan Coach Rupp's pre-game and

of home plate the same distance :batters In the first two Innings.! AkarMHtykail. L, ll ....1..: .55.33 1: 1 .: Another Heartbreaker Conn, a four-year letterman In halftime strategy for "getting

as at Yankee Stadium settled down and stopped the Roland' 111 I I 4 Dreadnoughts soccer and rifle received the a ball club up for a certain

and said the A's would be able Tigers on five hits for his first caner;r W. H I M I 1 i 1 1 1 )1 highest award. He was presented game"

tQ capitalize on it and succeed'victory MBV Ollltc' '"_1. WP-Mc. "Outstanding Senior AthleteAward' "Athletics have helped to
tOW'-h1t1 M.,..,. S.ll.$ PS.SMOv. O-MiM SKI. Poor Johnson1Can't .
just as the Yankees had with Robin Roberts had a M w rl, IKvn T- U .-.."' End Season (Morrison-Williams Me- bring God and man closer to-

their! short tight-field line. I shutout going for the Orioles_. i morial). Kelsey has a 32 ace gather," Rev. Beck strewed. A

OITaOIT 51,511. KANSAS CITY NISM. demic rating In addition to his few of the better known stars he

lrutoot. 1 1 1 M.I"cf 51)5 athletic achievements mentioned were Bob Pattit of
Slants on SportsTennis' y't turn. b 4t tcherlo. te fl } Here TonightRained Two special awards were presented the St. Louis Hawks Bill Wade
c..> lit 1 1 I I Cw..*r M .f i I ,
MUM Owmtr rl d II/Gla.la: I )JI II II Get A RunBy to Ken Huebner and of the Chicago Bears the Rev.
M'AIUfIS N IS /Csn11.: .5 4 I I I out last night the Tim Elsnaugle, Huebner of Bob Richards former track:

Bugaboo! W FrMtun$ 3b e IIIICrMfl 4SIOS.v.'oIdsIt M ISIS sell Lakeland Dreadnaughts will try Garfield N.J., received the great and many others

LOT 11114111 ,Mow .It I again tonight to close: their 1964 "Special Baseball l Award"from Tom Greene, head basketball
IlllBrvwn HAL BOCK prep baseball season Joe M. Gandolfa. Lakeland coach at Southern was mater

E* > 1111: : Associated Press Sports Writer Lakeland and the Winter Insurance man Ed Cain of ceremonies. Dr Blrney J.

Mossbacks At Helm MrHM,*..,. Mill I5 1 | T..... 55551 Ken Johnson who lost a no-hitter 1-0 in his last start now Haven Blue Devils are scheduled .f radio station WLAK gave Gross, FSC academic dean Introduced -

.-,.....*.. *ul for HMiaw hi tmi k.. has crossed home plate but he still hasn't scored to clash at 7tJ4 pjn. today Elsnaugla the "WLAK Basket Rev. Beck,

Oi MMMd out" for EtM *n **M mMtrwt .III $*>l There was Johnson perched on tblrd base In the third Inn- at Henley Field 1 I In a ball Award." | More than 100-Including ath

K_1-Fr1as1.. CHV Wart PO-ONrIiI'')I 111 H_. Ing of what was to become all loss to Los Angeles Tuesday Group 4 game The Dread- Receiving AII-Florlda Intercollegiate I des, cheerleader, and coacheswere

Ledger Sports Editor CIr> -7S ClurlM. arulM, CmtlW Nil. if the Houston Colts: would score a run for him. It had been 13 for the group title so will not .occer-Frank Elslnchenk; : Winter steak dinner

C"._. -.MOII. FmtMn.. Mdtxwt I Innings and one no-hitter down the drain since he'd seen some i play again regardless of the Havenj basketball-Elsnaugle -
Mossbacks 1 tennis
in amateur aren'tconfined
apparently a.M-. II" ".ttln" .unnort. I outcome of tonight's ,amt. Sarasota, and Bobby Bowman
to the United States Their brothers secrrj UI'Y. L, S-l ".. M, 115555. . *1 Winner of this group will play Fort Lauderdale and golf BmcballfSofthallGames
: t
to be all over the joint "Down Under The only "...., Mil * Al Spangler lifted a fly ball lout Johnson who now knows the Ocala group winner for a Graver Matheney Balboa Ca
e/M I I and Johnson I what it's like to .
I and
t > anxiously tagged get a run
tragedy is the problem in Australia emacks awful berth In the State Class AA nal
an Soml. W. It I i I I I tae Zone. Tonight
It looked like the hard luck
lot like the problems ,of the United States Lawn T-l U-Flanartv.U. A--LIa CIrrlpl. )4.I5Noe. up.hurler was finally going to- get:: In other I National League baseball tourney.For Most Valuable Athlete honri I

Tennis Association and the sport at an amateur level. tonight's finale either went to: soccer-Elslnchenk;
a run and. In addition he waN s: games; Tuesday night. St. Louis L".LllIO
According to the current (May) issue of World WASHINGTON* r k, .kl LOS AN8IIIIa .5S. going[ to score It himself. blanked New York S-0, Philadelphia -Ricky Peick or Ronnie Wade asketball-Elsnaugle: ; baseball Wlat T 30 p m. H.u1.T DIIIAOlO""ONT'71,14, Le515.5d Sa
will hurl for Lakeland with Mike t ttlvrn
Tennis 'Ithat does Zlmmar Ik>> 4 111 FH.cl -Huebner: crew-Bill Ingram.
a magazine at comprehensivea Illl < topped Cincinnati 4-2 and uN1 11ND
Slat....* Ib 4 11 I Morin :Ib Illl Left Too Soon Myers or Bobby Gates behind S p.m, F-: Y1. $1115115 PNI,..
Arlington Va tennis ,
job of covering tennis as The News does Milwaukee t Larry .
Sporting Valaniln* n 4 111 Praaoal .. outlasted Pittsburgh ,
of baseball the Davis Cup situation has been made .Ikowron Ik 4111 Koaa* MKaiMdv III I n'1! :: But suddenly the Los Angeles i 9-8. San Francisco and Chicago the plate.Lakeland's. Hale Lakeland, golf-Don Rich-
Sift Adtc* II Infield: John GO
dodgers were all around umpire rained orals, West Palm Beach; and I'G rY
critical by the suspension of most of the leading Kin rl CI11loIs.r/ 411.' were out
Ib Hal Hunt, 2t> Lar-
; ;
Lock cf ... Vinnia Smith and he nodding
Illl"'' rf III was Moeller who went ln me-Robert Kerr Ocoee
Australian amateurs by the governing body of the seven
trwnlay i 1111 Knaoa HH 411 seldom rell Willis ss; Kenny Deal or '
his !
head. Tha
nation -- the Australian Lawn Tennis Association.All krlnkman M 111 I Plvull If 411H I: -seen I sings turned in the third Elwood DuVal. Jb. Deal. Mickey Plaques were presented by'

of this came about when they refused to adhere to Otfaan Nannan p* 111 Illl I latman D. L.. .a f! !, appeal play had wonted John. straight strong performance for Pennlngton Robert Moore" and FSC to.those athletes having let- Mr"
I I: son In his anxiety to get a run, feted four In
.11"I I 1. Chanc p the Dodgers pitching staff which Titus the years the same I
the ALTA's demand they: remain In Australia until after March kBouldln IlllCnanay had left third base. too soon sod I Ken art outfield can.dldat. /
/II :31 before competing: In foreign (tourneys. Actually the whole I Illl now has allowed 'Just one ruin n ... Deal will either play port. Receiving those plaques
105011.1D.xkwor5l i III was doubled up. the last :7 innings. ., were: ba.ketballDave Shlnk-
rhubarb started in Tampa when Roy Emerson decided to, I 11 In the outfield or infield depending :\
p I So, the Colt pitcher still trailed!I I
blanked the Colts In the man Carbondale Pa.! soccer
compete I in the Dixie tourney there. For that bit of defianceyfenwrson Tatat.fcndlaS tar Mill Hannan Total In Itttt 141II t_Ron t: 10. Dodger starter Joe Moeller'! last two frames third on whether not DuVal can play Kelsey Fred Archer St. Petersburg A EACHRNIGHT

snd Ken Fletcher were set down for the yearwhichInduded oar knur Hi Nit Grounded out lorChanty protected the .slim margin built or
in 7th/ d-k.n lor Ikawron N I It was the fifth victory in 1 f This will also be the career Eislnchenk; baseball-Cecil 8)10 P.M. '
,/ the Davis Cup. Then later Marty Mulligan and Jan tinWatkloataa. on Maury Wills' first-Inning sin- starts for the defending world finale for several Lakeland Hock Winter Haven; Kale R )

.-' Lehane departed for the foreign tour and when Fred Stolle I I Aiwala .", .. INN H* III kfl IMLa ..,I ale and Willie Davis' triple Into\ champions who still trail) the playerst Ronnie Wade Ronnie Albritton Lakeland Ron James,I. MATINEES 1 J''

Mlowedyklmoet at the end of last month, that all but. wipedyaeut .*'.Ana rink*man*i .27.PO-A., -OP-lodiwi WaMiimton. 141U and, the seventh when the Colts finally "'. Phillies by five games In the NL Baker DuVal. and Robert Rossvllle Ga i golf Scudder A 2:00 P.M.

; utustralia's Davia Cup team. v i KMO.. LOk-WaahlMtwi C. Lai AnKlt.IP scored. race. *. Moore. Oraybeal West Hartford Conn.; .

.1 Norman Strange president of the ALTA. has been subJected IJ.tI.I", ,,,",. aro..s. .'-,,.. .. Jerry Crete's triple end'squeeze I.I Philadelphia got a 4-for-5 performance The Dreadnaughts are coached and cheerleaders: -Susan Eddy II OS ,WCDNISDAVFRIDAY

to a blistering attack from segments of the Australian M SR StrOitaan ICI bunt broke the runlsss. fry rookie sensation by Jim Miller and Ed White, Naples. I ANDSATURDAY
L, 11 I r t 3 s I spell which had stretched 11 In
Richie Allen
to beat the
seme, however the players what Ur" for diverting Reds TYpAY,0 'TA.. T
press- gave Hannin I I" I I
flings for Johnson But the shock; Allen clubbed a homer .y Tha Aiaaalatad ..IN.SATT.NO51,5h .I I
lha their actions. triple
team by r
cup I P I Allan Ftlllllai
Otfckwortn I I of t run on the Scoreboard must i and two Irlpla wd A DAILY
singles .mK
as Art
In written article for Latman 4114 I I ILao IO. MahoffeyMiller Court ... ,
Strange, a specially WT explains : have much. Hearing .infl.i loin v'ra.f la 443i. I
W, M III 1 I I I proved too won his first game Phllad.lphla daftalad ClnclnnallWTCHIrW DOUBLE
his stand He also sounds like a little boy In his whining tII..... 1 I" S I I Dick Tracewskl led off the +

about 'unjust criticism has been levelled at so many men, WP-Ouckworm.-F.c44 1 man" I in. PS-Srumioy..... LI- Dodger eighth with a triple andafter I HILAOSLPMU' CINCINNATI' Op! PGA MoveWEST hul out ha*"rrnla Vork flroallo.Matd0 Cardinal on
all of whom are working for the good of tennis In this countryIn _,-..4i.. ASALTIMORS.v----'.D'. CM I Mora Paaairll. injured Tommy Davbatted lsCalls.5 I tk kkrkkl. flew Jtt akrkk 4110' 5T? _I E lACES

a completely honorary capacity And he refers to the for Moeller and filed rf I Ml Run In Illl PALM BEACH (AP- QUINELLAS

"selfish refusal to help the game In their country . ."by the SOITONakrkM Wills delivered the go a ahead i llavar Allan I: 3'to 1141 Illl koblmon Kaauin tIlls rt I I t I IAmar l .John D. MacArthur has gone to N

players Involved. rf 4 tlackllllniik. MrkkiSrandf 4111AMrlcl run with a double. Wally Moon'ssingle I cerise* Ik 5I Illl I S Edwardi Calaman. Ib 4111 4111 ,court again In an effort to keepthe N EACH ,

,'' Yet Strange dodged all questions about being too old (he', earn*1.N Illl Sraiaoud ll 4111 made It :3.1 and knocked: I Citor M lltl C rd ni t M 1111 I Professional Golfers/ Association E RACE
4 11 I tria'akl H 5551 1Snvdar Trlando. KlNGSWOOD.itAt
Illl Napa If
In his 60'.) and the fact the current has had little psS M 1 5 3I 4,11 fill i from leaving his layout
group a ltarTlk: : LOS AM4II.II MOUITONk Win* II 11 0 10'Tlola p t I 11 .
experience and little direct contact with the players Orilno If 11 III! r k M a* r k N, 5-11111140 l 4111 Jahmn t 110in I st Palm Beach Gardens. L ladles Admitted
tourney c 4111 Conltllar N// I 0 ,
administrative He also almost := :Ib 4 I I Clinton rf 110 I Wills' M M 4111 Ka.1I H 4111, k n111/fw4/ A hearing set for 3 p.m Fret
except in matters. was veriemently :rl ::: Moon 1/ >k 4111 7111 I Thursday
4I1 | Tinman. c 11(1 w, owls cf 4 I I U aair cf 4111H .Itruck sala OTol In *tn. Thursday on MacArthur's petl-
antl American In of his statements about CJ.1MWa Illl Lo. till ,
some our
'rd r| ItfS Sond rf 4111Fain 1511N11MNN in 111- ion I for a restraining C
>o ir a 51)1 urm till : temporary I CENTRAL AIR
Ik Cincinnati M)
till ,11.1. M 1111Raamr wa'1
the extent of complete biai.
players to laborta
I 4111 kadatt Illl Ruit. Hoblnxm' PO order
. IWvln M IWartiai l A-PtiiladlM I L
Millar a 1 bwniiami I Illl i,,27.1. CI.Klrm.ll' 174 O-W, e VALITItAAKING
:111 4111 '1 Ik 4 1 11,111'1d
The PGA has
Nut threatened to
WIlIOII. IlllHattnar Tract Mil. M 4 I I I Jrola L IMoalhr I 1 I, .,...... LOI-PhllMilpni /, Clnckinctl U
The Same In The U.S. I Illl p till fclliinitnt* IlllIT. *. ,abandon its new headquartersMay Bradenton Road
41 for 4 III L_Tatali... IT III..4mlad ., DIVII IlllJonnaon l 111 It-MahaWw, RSNr RoklnMn, CtlamanIS I 1 because it claims that the
III 511,1 Millar S i i -Allan. UK-Allan: iS-Roklnion, B ,
U the leader turns back the pages of WT to the "lettersto Croundad ml. doubl rev for n.att Ini r I I Hoamar R III IP-
TI. and clubhouse
the editor" column he comes across a situation about as M tNhr IIM.a.NImss C'.IANala.SIIY. .'klld Sir 5.-will Total u 1/15TI..N. HIMPllad lift IP M ft I* Ik 10M I course not Istwsen 41-301 ,

bad-but right here in the United States. It Is the Massachusetts < i 1NN Ml It-I I Hit awl far far Oral MoMiar In, M ...., kItriKk .hart.hifrr, W. 10 t 1 /1 /1 1 3 I meet contract specifications.: -.. .. ....----
.* >*n .. tlcltrvck : It
Ml *o* r
State Association's rankings of Mrs. Gloria Martin K-TMIman on 11 out lor Maamar Hi ill.. 'laota. L l-l:. 4 4 IPac4
..... ,, VaMrtamikl "o.AI.It1 M . IM Ml |.-.. I man m nnU .
dropping her from No. 2 to No.3. The original rhubarb WINS wlnnlno,- Swiss run 3115......II). out In 11'" .. .... ... NI IN-I -Wavar, Ccnlin VaniM. Harvry. Ty1r -
OPoRoktnM. I-WIIII 10-A-Len A....... 'N. t:M. AM7HIM ,
started over a hassle in the Association and the charge now Adalr and liooarn li SraaMud and ton ";.11. DP_... Kaak Ift4I Maw-

j. that Mrs. Martin was dropped more because of the actions -SNarl Baltlmor Arkci. a. ,aotton Adalr and.. Slik.rn. LOS ,w. Dart....RoMBora and w....... LOk- Nsw YOlK u Laura YOUR CONVENIENT
.. ....... ,Lao t l455-w I.
Ca1MN.n.. N5-NM. tl oU.111 t I /
of her husband in the Association than for her dimlnlched I IIWill.W.. Oaylfc'Oral .111144N.
-AMrtaw 1 .-.IIb..._. IP-llrtwrn' .. rt 4111Hunf
. ._. B.F.
Cawtkl 1 SS Will GOODRICH
tennis abilities. IP M SRkllO Ib>> 4111 treat u IlllHarknaM STORE !
IP M R IRSklO ID Illl Warwlctc rf 4111Thorn.
The "open" questlon-whether or not lha United States L, 11 t I 11 *I 1 t I t 1 a Me11lar, W, II F I I'iMlllar . .. N 4111 ..... M 4111Allman 1"14 W. MAIN 682-4133
tennis = \\er': I I I J I llLamab i' : t 1 / / : : rf Illl J...... H IlllOondar
lawn should *
Assoelstlon tourneys
Tennis JOhn.o.
sponsor open f I* t t I IWIl.oi II U } fit I I I c Illl Wtllta .Ik 4111
-Itas already split the USLTA asunder and (he ALTA II I 9 I I I I.II I Hotrnar HII"Moo....,Illl I I 1 1 C Imilii' Ib Illl Oanilai Jb 4 1 I I I
I t I I Awromonlj JollA- IIMTI MHI Ib: 1UKY1r c 4111lamual
snagged on that rock too. N1m.r. W. I 1-1 III t I I[ "onl, U-..''''_ Oorman William*, .. Ill"JaUMfl '0011. . I t '
Fx..d In Smlttl,_T.::t:17, JV"lt. 11 I IIISaarnarm I I I I
of tennis is the that be are usually I nun loth : _
But the tragedy powers 5.15-151.551. U-VIIa.NM. IIoIcKI....,.' I I 11Kran .
wealthy, arrogant dictatorial and convinced of their omniscience. Sew. t.lwil T.|:If AIMtSCOREBOARD foot IlllHaak 1 III I'II
l III'kauta
In reality some ere stupid vain and living In the daysof Lakeland, / Hosts l IIIMMtlay .
the ISSO'i.It kTayler 1 I 0
Is extremely Important that all sports lovers look hard ( Group 4 Meet LollS III I/
If The AMaaiatarf praaa I T"." 11111 Tol.l. 14 IIIr 1T1' ,
at tile USLTA and ALTA. The evils of those two groups NATIONAL three I flda* *vf far Starnartn M HIV
W. PCT, Lakeland k-llniiad lr rilnway In |mNw
a Dreadnoughts will
could very well develop In the organization for youth baseball "" . . Ll Yarn M4MM IiS r
football and amateur athletics ton lr.'a. 1Ks .... 100 host the Group 4 track and field If. Lwll" SOS Ire III..I
youth programs
programs of an sorts. The entrenched are more concerned with .t MUwlIk"l .::. ..:....."... II .IU.6" t meet here Friday afternoon and .1-C.. Vat Imim..."t, It NnJe11 Loul" 17II, .P0AN. DPOra --.
Iwla : .11. It I night at Nurml Nelson Field. .t, 0..11_ *nd Whliai OMllan Mid i CAI
retaining their own power and prestige than they are with Mae Hee.w :,.: .. ;,:: I .4.15.5n Meld events will start 3 I Oraali Coodar ..... /....... ; law, oIl -
Chou. 400 at lana and Whit.. LOt-Naw Yarn 4, StJkkraalW ,
ef the I t
development sport Lou AnuI ::; : 5 :p I pm. and the preliminaries In Lou'' ..
Norman Strange has been deluged with calls and letters ...* .. tit ,the . aWHIN." 0lln
VarkTUNtAVS Sn5 5SLTl track events at 3:30 p.m. II-J_ rl'-'""var, M-Flood, Oraal I.
demanding ha resign for the "good of the sport" He won'tbecause tt'w Tom r Finals In all track events will 107".
his Ideas and Xdwauliia 4. PiiUkurik i .IP M a a* ss soIII
he's hypnotized himself believing tillad.lpkln 4 Ciaclnn.li 1. begin at 7.30 p.m. Admissionwill J...._ L. ,., I I I I i 1 'JI
: ,
La. A.c.M. 3 Houvton I ...... I
methods are "best for the sport 5.. 11"004..1 ClU_. iralnlAnirlai be 50 cents totadult) and .. ...1131 I 1
IeN 314 4 4 t I
From George Rowbottom down U.S. tennis Is In the same 5. To.AY.s .MII :23 cents for students. Persons Saul ..... u. I I I I
straits. .. at m.Hmuum Loola IK'INI attending in the afternoon ,nm.iay I .
-F.E.Mll.iukaa .Nl.) can lacka . I 1 1 1/ 1
Same old story! The privates, corporals and sergeants do at ChlraMPUII present their stubs for admission Sroill M'. 11 . I I I 7
.dai:::hln aa, Clnclnnill fin U.varao, Porman, Jackawtkl Crawford Henry Manclni'i orchestra end chorus give exciting -
i afl the fighting and dying 1 The generals get credit for the AMfRICAN KAOWf at night. T-l:'II. A-J,". new sound to twelve Oscar.winning songs t T
The schools/
i victories w. L PCT. e e competing include from
m....... .. . .. J... Winter trrisuiaM MIIWAVKISk the past-all arranged by the master mush
if if N4tl1..M ..... . .. !I i i Haven. Brandon. Lakeland .. k M ao r k kltclwflaW clan that Rave you "Moon River and Pelar ,5?
00ar1T"; : ::::: .. : :... at and the Tampa school m 1111 May* H : 4111rirdon Gunn. This all-new RCA Victor 33H U record I ;"w r lZ "
cf Illl Malnrwi M I
Short Sports Note rrrN1TNl. . .... ... ... I I JUi '" Robinson Chamberlain, King, Clanw.4M/ Aaron rf 111)Clondan 11 I Is only' et B.F.Goodrich d al rs-4wwrwre alsef ?
wes nw .. ..-.. w Hillflborough Jefferson. snd Ik I t I I Toro Ik III ]I And It'a only $1' Available in sf n>o and monaural -
.,. i i I -. kaitov ID 4 11 I S. l.M r < 111 i versions.
Plant Get nowflies
D Dsrrefl Clark and Owen Johnson, who hurled here last 'r. .. MI.r'MI3OIIPIAI0105 ISIS yours
hummer, earned hurling Jobs with Knoxville with Tom Matchkk I Icas.Nu TIIIIID"Y'I,t IInliLTII i I'I j s I Top three finishers in each '=,.,:: c 11 I 111011015 Sea.. N 31 : ::111 tkesa all-tis steeliest:

land Larry Rojas In the Infield. Duluth left with former Lakeland I Kale nwlon flt'-tu Dltl' 1.1,1'a"l i ;event will qualify to compete in ritnd... p 311 1 I L1IS1.tor p S I l .1.1bAil. oars al..w.1.nd MhaWarl kaa, rlWt) 0104..1040.09.. Moan k MrjSdi .l >....a.at
Idionnola I CN..Iemd k If 155551' next week's Florida State Class 11115151,1 I 0111 .. i i| .1.,10010).7 ',aad.aaoatf.illha N, .
Smith and
Tigers catcher Tom Hinkle pitchers Leruy Ua Au.la. 1. W. klniU* 1CkUMo III" a S I S aO.K-l.an' Illlork .
Turk ''.'n' AA track and field meet at a Illllmtnp, illlLynch . AttlbMn 'aean. t tha b..4.11115) fwllavarw
"Bill Lewis Infielder Mike Christmo and outfielder Wayne 5r,0051 AY7 0""' 1II Florida 1"'cCIII1O Illl "H4 q rhan 'M .1." U_ M.r (I' 4U) Ik* TN a/1t ha
Comer. On Jamestown are Gary Hart. Charles Hughes and Killlawri.,. et 5a. Yeti, Field In Gainesville.Lakeland'a F... 5 Illl Tiatanauar p 1111Itrwck ''AIII\)9 H a.JoMre/ /fat-it..yprfeel
at Saw top hopes at '01'". IP5III T11.I.. 3//111
here last summer . Murry .<*>r u>d M UlntMaoMWajtunt preeant ..
J im Mooring all of whom played sue lar Nwiro In Ind k
ton al Lea ' IN) art hurdler John Middents
rxtroty .t IUIWH t4\'r.:\ truck avt for Idled Nl 4'n c-lacrt-
pldermaa of Newspaper Enterprise Association gives Casey a sophomore and Larry GambleIn hoda tmmi In m( ,-0,_ *wftar

tengel and George Weiss the biggest blast of the spring I PlOPIkA. TM A1waId VTATC L'.U'I 5.... the shot put and discus. P/IM.aI. oak M Itfl.Milwaukaa . Ill III NMI

Iderman blames Stengel for "killing off young players" and I SO. 1. Pei. e IN III tu_tMaiaiwkl Another great buy: NYLON TIRES
a .15 -Iti Mara. P A-PittwurMiJ4 '
51 h I
lames Weiss for almost moronic deals and refusal to make N .. .. . I I SETTLE DISPUTE Mltoaukaa >7 II. LOSPmUwranI

leals "Both were ruined by their successful association! withe 5110.51. :... I I. J Wll .uka II.35'C5.51 COMMANDER 220
." J.tn.b.... I .IIItO 5" MIAMI Fred. W Hooper Abe Ma*.*. M.tltarall -
Yankees." He points out the Houston Colts went out and D : and To,,.. S-CMia. 'jII-/IoI_*. ConUlns SUPCR-IYN rubber lbs !...,. $137.5
. Jockey Braulio Baeza have
4t I"prtond N
wght a whole slew of youngsters and DOW they are beginning ea 1.1(5 1 I .141 ended their IIM. 5555500 1 I typ rIIUId"" ,..... sled la Nvr..tltr.
the harvest Weiss pinched pennies and was reluctant YusaoaY'lewtYa dispute. Baeza said L.t-1 .... .. .IIItor : : : : U A>odHcti truck tirw! ONLY I :
i reap LAHILAND AT MIAMI IPSO RAIMkirlaoda I he bought Ms contract from ..." H' -.......
i deal except for names-most of the names were over the .f CaroMta ,5p d. 'wnamiw >. for $100.000 ac* ... 1Lamaitar I I I i j 15,5.5 5.1earid
Hooper and will ride :
Pt. Laudrrdala II. He turned down deal last year for pitcher Roger Craig lavUHin. Baai at 81 PauriMirr i..odLAHILAN0 I as a free agent Hooper brought M.] 2 1 t 3 I 1 NO MONEY DOWN INSTANT CREDIT!

I which! St Louis would have sent Bob Sadowskl and Gene W/DSnamY 5 ."M'I I Baeza to this country from l Panama Smlm. W I* 4Tlafanauar 1 1 I 0 I I/I I 2. No additional charge for mounting :,* s5 v Uraady aMatNaAxd

iver to Mets and he spurned a Matty Alou for Duke Snider t.mlilt AT! MIAMIfor I.Ara.real. and had him under contract HkP.-ky Tl.l.ndur I il ailiaranl, VvP 151,

up. Later this spring he sold Snider to the same Giants ors.10111 N Man> HI ai C.bu11 ar..U1a, I to ride Hooper horses only Prror Nlakr T I U SO Star All. .Uvrlnarl.. .c" ,

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i12.A LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday. April.. M.- IM4iet'S Court Ruling
--- --- Says
I I - Kynes

Keep Citrus Group Seeks Enterprising Executive,Only Protects AtheistsWASHINGTON 1

MONROEBRANNEN I (AP) -The U. nized! ," laid the attorney general -
An energetic enterprising and I These requirements are set forth ly consumer-oriented" Hooks'product or group product management nel In product and market de S. Supreme Court' Interpretation .
knowledgeable executive is being . in specifications supplied by the said. "This man should be sen experience, with a velopment and pass on Information of the First Amendment to Last week State School Supt.
sought by the Florida Citrus I, business consultant firm of sitive to consumer requirementsand broad general knowledge of new to the industry for the commercialization the Constitution protects only Thomas D. Bailey sent a state
Commission for the position ol f Booz Allen & Hamilton, which to market needs and opportunities -product research, new product of promising pro- the right and freedoms of athe- meat to>> the committee In which
commercial development direr has been retained to recommend capable of viewing development, market research, grams." ists, Florida Atty. Gen. James he also supported the proposed
SHERIFF tor qualified candidates for the po Ideas and products in terms of test marketing, food distributionand Applicants Screened Kynes said today.In amendment to permit Bible
The applicant also>> should bea sition. profitable business. ventures and project budgetary control. prepared for delivery reading and prayer in the
"good leader and a good salesman "Personnel specifications call:end results Some experience in the beverage Major responsibilities of the testimony schools.
," said Commission General for h sound project planner and I The personnel specification or food industries is preferable position involve the establishment to a House judiciary com-
mittee, Kynes supported a proposed
Manager Homer E. Hooks._a creative man who I is thorough describes an executive with new I and direction research of, sectionsfor revision of the Firs I t German
------ ----- ------ "The commercial development market commercial -

II I director Is responsible for the engineering and market de.. Amendment that would and permit Bible
non sectarian prayer
velopment. Each major commercial
development of sound and
FT I prac- reading In the public schools. ScientistsTo
ticable new product and market development program
STAR-STUDDED !development programs that can will be conducted on a project Last year, the Supreme Court
be successfully carried out by team basis, Hooks said, utilizing ruled that such religious observ-: VisitThe
our Industry in order to Increaseper the best available resources ances violated the constitutional
from the Commission, other of church and state.
capita consumption of Florida
Florida citrus industry'sstrict
citrus: products," Hooks staff departments, or the out-
Amendment Need Seen adherence to federal food
19th stated. "He will direct the activities side, as required.
standards will be out.
I I of Commission person- "These lpecltlca tion.'present.Iy Kynes said the Supreme Court and drug
- -- -, are being employed by Booz, series of decision on religion em lined this week for group of
Allen & Hamilton in screeninga barked on "a journey into a seven German scientists mak
number of prospects for the sea of conflicts without a com ing a tour of the state's citrus

VOTEFOR position," he ..ald.OIThe Com- pass." belt.The In-
visitors are especially
mission hopes to have the re "To avoid this, It Is my sin-
sults of this screening process cere belief that a constitutional terested in the Inspection pro.
shortly and to begin its own amendment Is urgently needed cedures for fresh and processed
citrus, said Homer E. Hooks
Interviews of the recommended
which will and
j I protect preservethe Commission
Florida Citrus gen-
JL'SFRANCIS applicants.
rights of all persons to wor- eral manager, who is scheduled
ship In their own at schoolIn
way to play host to the group at a
I Jail the public buildings and in the
Communist noon luncheon on Thursday
armed services or anywhere else
I at any time and place," Kynes I Stops Included
: Term Said Hard told the committee."I The tour Is to Include stops at
I see no reasonable solution laboratories of the United States

OUR ENTIRE l On Man's NervesLONDON . .except to clearly redefine Department of Agriculture, the
the First Amendment and clarify Florida Department of Agrlcul'
its meaning. .by an additional ture and the Citrus Experiment
STOCK OF (AP-Doctors say amendment to the constitution -Station.
17 months in Communist prisons such as you are now con- "This group has expressed an
LADIES7 WHITE $ have put Maynard Greville sidering. Interest in Florida's program of
2 Wynne In "an excitable and disturbed Kynes said the Supreme Court controls in regard to the inspection -
mental state which gives previously recognized that religion and utilization of all cit.
5 rise to some anxiety." was closely identified with rus," Hooks said. "The itinerary .
DRESS A hospital spokesman said the history and government of which has been arrangedby
the statement Issued by Dr. Peter the United States, and that our Agricultural Consultant
PAIR Dally, a psychiatrist, and Dr. Americans were a religious peo- Frank L. Holland, should provide -
I Edward Bott, Wynne's family pie whose institutions presupposed the answers to questionsthat
,:\ physician, did not mean the 45- a supreme being. might arise on controls of
'"" SHOES year-old British businessman'slife chemicals in cultural practices
Court Confuses Issue
FLATS SANDALS L. was in danger. as well as in the operation of
Wynne, convicted last year of "The court has confused the fresh fruit packing houses and
being a courier of spy Informa- establishment clause of the First processing plants."
PIPKINCOUNTY tion, was released by the Russians Amendment to the extent that it Dr. L G. MacDowell, directorof
last Wednesday in ex- now considers it unconstitutionalfor technical research for the
COMMISSIONER change for Soviet master spy a sate to make appropriate Commission, is to serve as co-
DISTRICT #1 Gordon Lonsdale. Wynne was provision for recognition In the host on Wednesday with Dr.

MEN'S AA ..... ..... ..... rushed to the hospital Sunday which public schools of the very things! Herman J. Reitz, Citrus Experiment
: unconscious. the court Itself has recog Station director

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County =

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LET TRUTH bear the acpool IRS
help -
TWIN III pock propertY could have becomethe Florida
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FULL SIZE ps ,lg ltsttally are get tiveoter'.0.1, \I a _nt Grit
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county as v not lho
hotter .od not a overnor arced \110
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some law
become :
GIRLS' INFANTS'5.HORT the truth ..10"down their pPp11' selves app roved It. would nol hav1n '
to then as
efforts irwenants.
the homestead an ernled.
: 2 PC. sp oken cba" ape I" a' other taxes are thing 10 remetntumor-
clrcuakera importantHrthe -
can be frvmhlch' are, Th which the
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plattorni' Corm 01 because boY. you
fated in 1M vicious ," '" Flo.'da
SETS DIAPERSETS are utterly It "y truth 1M 01 chance 10
pul. little that oopeffered the

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are P aa lro" toh stamp out 10 fake flits" ,

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3to 6x ----- cO..ctlv.tlv.
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IIII 1\.P" vigorous lull
andlrSS Ben
the 110" Introduced 10 the 1I0u" cleated
of county to b.
.. fin this year la .,
MEN'S SHORT SSESSsSkas ,county- and '
" a. Po\K bOth I. p.wlc .
His record. that be 1

Site. proves for thextevtlonally
In private utled

SLEEVE $ 7 7 ha*, has had o 'j"1 111M Orlttln. Job. 11I j were would* not not so have. those"felt(' Cofl'glslature who

aged children thelol pTeJto ..atlo'ehortsWtohh.at him.in .
had p,""" have been frantic ftwl
L bill
SPORT ,1.lcbI did mot Fiorlda, voting The Democrat endorse.Ina .
& .. "up 10 the peopl.elettlon. 10 .decide strong 1 Y rape ats lull its Grll". tot state
general wanted 1M meat 01 Ben
I s, M, L .at they .
whether senator.posa't
SHIRTS e tome law' measure would
IVY OR PLAIN COLLAR a effect( 01 the hoot taX av.'I'\\-!
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Ben Hill Griffin is for better education I


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Pays >ri4F, ',' .,


: Off With Win For A'sBy

MIKE RATHET The American League said until the Red Sox tied It lit the ''S I ..d'P 1ka a.jl ..b !

, [ Associated Press Sport Writer Finley should tear it down. citIng ninth on a run-producing single t '- ,, ptl raC.
: I p
! Flnley 1, The American the "Pennant Porch" as a by Carl Yastrxemskl and Sm : 1 fit Y +b sra I Wednesday April 21. 1314 IJ.A

League 0 violation of baseball rules So art's double. Then after Baltimore -

The score won't show In to. Flnley proceeded to remodel his scored two runs In the air" ,Ar}

day'.1 baseball standings but bleacher section Into a half Iota, reliever Stu Miller suddenly ,a t' At'irv'i"

the entry' probably been madein : porch which brought the right (lost his control

the (ledgers of Charles 0. Fin- field line in from 33S feet to the

ley the daring Kansas City own: legal 321 limit Then he walled CLSVSLANO MINNSIOTAakrkkl .. 1 ,

er who' been struck out moreoften ers for,the A's to start hitting om-' Homar Davallll n dOw.I *l / Poiito. rf.rSa C 11 11' r Kelsey Receives

than Dave Nicholson Waanar N 111 I Alllaw M
FUiley went one up on the Elsewhere:: Dick Stuart's' Raman* c fill Hall cfImlifi Sill

American League following thA's grand-slam homer in the llth, rf* Ik *4 u Sana KIHabraw* a a 4Alvl 11Prancan ::1 f .r

3-1 inning gave Boston a M victory M 1/ ( v_.... N
, victory over DetroitI ".". Ib 41 I ( Alia Ib 1111 r
I Tuesday night. over Baltimore Jlmmie Hall -." 5/ t Roland 3151 Top FSC AwardBy

. Ed Charles provided the edge singled with the bases loaded in tavfrlad.McMahon** 111 1111 kMlnctiar.Parry 1111 I ( *

/ when he christened Finley's the 10th as Minnesota outlasted' .Brown. 111 Dollar p 1111MarnaNiir
Cleveland >9-t and the Los 1 1111 dGnar ISIS
much derided "Half Pennant Ang cChtnca 1111
eles Angels edged Washington Ball ISIS JACK FLOWERS Rev, Beck .
Porch lofting I fly in the firstInning a member of the
I 2-1 behind the relief[ of r. NISI Culls. N5il5 Ledger Assistant Sports Editor Methodist
that zeroed In on the pitching .-Itruck out for Saytrald kl thHit' Board of Education in
newly erected bleacher section Don Lee and Dean Chance. '...* douol play lar Parry ki ntit C- The Rev Ed Beck, .an ordained Nashville Tenn, told of his baa

at Kansas City's Municipal The Chicago: New York Oraundad W....... far gut 0..for.., Abarnalti fci Itfh"la M plat d-- Methodist minister and former ketball experiences at Kentucky

I Stadium Yankees' game was rained out. "'1_aland. .104 M nt Ml *Ml H *K-l-. ______ __n All American basketball I and In the Orient. He referred

It was the first homer hit Into Charles not only christened 1.-11_ .o-.C............ 2t1*n* player at the University of Ken to Kentucky basketball coach

the sector In five games and Finley's porch but also doubled .uf *Mian M-IS."y/lnnlnfi"DP-.HI4.. run Hw acnrMI*.r and. Praiycanai Mirewagt CONIGLIARO OUT ON DOUIU rtAY-Tn, C."lgliro. I..! Sox .kulri.ldar It tut .t t.c. lucky, challenged Florida Southern Adloph Roup, as a "great coach

{ was duly noted with the blare home a run in the third and Oavalllia: Abarnattif and Alvl., .nd us the fit** p.lf .f B 4..... play ,In the Nand Inmnf **.'.nI., .f fame with the ItlNnKreOrioltt College Athletes "to give I and one who demands the beat

I of horns and an array of flashing singled across a run In the fifth LOS IBtamana Clavalnd. AlHion.. Mlnnawta, Vartalla II. MR. el ...!.*'. F/p.wy Parlt, ... TUImtn, ....... ctttlitr, fr.v.i.4 re Oritlai. M..nd k/Mmtii more than their best and then I from his players"

green and gold lights. as the A'. struck for three runs .l.-..11II.".........."' .... W_. Reman I Hill Jarry 10.4.1., wk., Hipp*' So .h.", ..B Ltll A.rlclt! skews hr hose| .omjla lni thrtw ta lint go all the way" last night at Beck said "Coach Rupp

Flnley originally erected ai and drove Frank Lary from the IP H 51 to baiamcri Narm $ ."m ta tmple Ml* DP, Itttoaj yes, 0-4. AP Wlrtph**) 'SC's annual athletic awards was Mmetlmes a little tough."

porch that brought the right- mound. MccMMMNM .'I.* f I IaI f I ,... banquet at the college cafeteria. He cited several! Incidents of
..... I !> I t ,
field foul line to within 296 feet Diego Segul, whQ walked four SarlraM ...... II I I David Kelsey of New Canaan Coach Rupp's pre-game and

of home plate the same distance batters in the first two uuungs. AaarMMiy I.5 L./1 ,..1. till 1 I.I IIRoland I e 1 Another Heartbreaker Conn, a four-year letterman In halftime strategy for "

as at Yankee Stadium- settled down and stopped the 411 I S 1 1 a Dreadnoughts soccer and rifle received the a ball club up for a certain

and said the A'. would be abletq i Tigers on five hits for his first Oallav.p5.7, W. M 1 UII 1 9! I t t) highest award. He was presented game."

capitalize on it and succeed victory. HBP_By Oallay/ '_1. w.-McMahan. "Outstanding Senior Athlete "Athletic have helped to

just as the Yankees had with I Robin Roberts had a four-hit ttawart.,Sail(..'..-Pa-JNIN.. '-:16.: A-I.U-H,.pa... Bic., Poor Johnson! End Season Award" (Morrison-Williams Memorial bring God and man closer together

their short right held line. 'shutout going lor the Orioles ). Kelsey ban A 3.2 academic ," Rev. Beck strewed A

-. DITkOIT KANIAS CITY rating in addition to his few of the better known stars he
ak tII M ak n M
Inrfo N "' .",.... rt athletic achievements mentioned were Bob Pattit of

Slants on Sports Cam lump 111 Ib .11.C.u.. .", M In "i' Here TonightRained Two special awards were presented the St. Louis Hawks Bill Wadeof

Mllna rl MMCanilla j I* III ) Can't Get A Run to Ken Huebner and the Chicago Bears, the Rev.

t Damatar* HMIILauc** 4l .Cai*.iia If 111* MMAuiMi out last night the Tim Elsnaugle. Huebner ofCarfleld Bob Richards, former rack

[f Tennis1 Bugaboo! Wart rahan Jo" c 1111. 11 Gram.Haynoldl n H Mil ISIS Lakeland Dreadnaughts wilt try NJ., received the treat, and many others

Lwv S I M laktil r* 'III again tonight to close their 1064 I "Special Baseball l l Award"from Tom Greene, head basketball

.leesSIll Brown By HAL BOCK prep baseball season Joe M. Gandolfo, Lake coach at Southern was master

EankHarton. 150: Associated Press Sports Writer Lakeland and the Winter land Insurance man. Ed Cain of ceremonies. Dr. Blrney J,

Mossbacks At Helm Tarai. Mill S Ill dials HIMPopoad Ken Johnson who lost a no-hitter 1-0 in his last start now Haven Blue Devils are scheduled of radio station WLAK gave Gross, FSC academic dean I...

ill lor kakow In 4tm b- has crossed home plate but he still hasn't cored to clash at Till) pan to Clsnaugle the "WLAK Basket traduced Rev. Beck.

Graundad out.. far ftan In *tmOalraU M.til M/-I There was Johnson perched on tblrd base In the third inning day at Henley Field In a ball Award." More than KXMncludlng athletes

,.....* ClIP PO 10* Sal H_jl I of what was to become a 3-1 loss to Los Angeles Tuesday Group 4 game The Dread- Receiving All-Florida Intercollegiate cheerleaders and coaches
Dy JACK SLAYTUN .1'v: CHy IM Wart O..I.IfOtt-OMr t.* ..01.14-1.*... I IC night He was trailing ,-0 and thinking how nice it would be naughts are out of contention. Conference awards were: were honored at this eighth an-

Ledger Sports Editor 2S-Clurla*. arulcn Ccnllla M*. 1, the Houston Colts would score a run for him. It had been 13 for the group title so will not .occer-Frank Etslnchenk Winter nual steak dinnerBaseball .
Ch._. IB-Srwtan. play again regardless of the Haven basketball-EUnaugle -
Prrh4H M.m.w1. Innings and one no-hitter down the drain dace he'd teen some
Aloasbacks in .
amateur tennis
aren'tconfined .
apparently S Mathaw outcome of tonight's game, Sarasota. and Bobby Bowman

to the United State. Their brothers seem L, .-l. 4 IP 11"H 5155510151y I 4 I IMw batting support Winner of this group will play Fort Lauderdalo and golf So ft hall
out who
to be all over the joint "Down Under" The only ... M 1 C ( t AI Spangler lifted a fly ball Johnson now knows the Ocala group winner for a Orovtr Matheney Balboa Canal .
( what It'a like
tragedy la the problem in Australia smacks an awful Sawb an W. .... I 1"1'S I I 4 I and Johnson anxiously tagged to get a run and berth In the State Class M Zone. Games Tonightm
lot like the of the U-'laharlv. Carrlkwi, Hillar. Hurler up It looked like the hard-luck ose I I baseball : :
United States Lawn tourney.
problems T....M. A-4.K1 T hurler was finally going to geta In other National Leaguegames Most Valuable Athlete honors

Tennis Association and the sport at an amateur level. run and. In addition he was Tuesday night. St. Louis I For tonight's finale either, went to: soccer-Eislnchenk.lasketball ; ... DIIAONAUONTS

According to the current (May) issue of World WASHINGTON ak r k kl tOt AN9SLSI a* r k M going[ to score it himself. blanked New York 80. Philadelpbla Ricky Pelck or Ronnie Wadswill b -Eisnaugle; baseball WlnUr T'30 pm. H,nlt, PI.leI. &oall.len' T5.
l hurl for Lakeland with Mike
Tennis a magazine 'Ithat does as comprehensivea Zlmmar: yt> t * I Paarion 3IIct topped Cincinnati 4-2 and: ;-Huebner; crew Bill Ingram .HE'iJ.;
Ills-ins 25451 I Moran II55: Left Too Soon flyers or Bobby Gates behind f 5,14. .. "v/t..Ir.I'"' I1vIN' .
job of covering tennis as The News does ,Milwaukee Arlington Val tennis Larry .
Spotting Vtlxillna W 4 11 PraaaW a* lilt I outlasted Pittsburgh the tiMifttmaft t .rh.
of baseball the Pavis Cup situation has been made 11k.55,5554._15 1/ I Koss p 1510 But suddenly the Lot Angeles 9-5. San Francisco and Chicagowere Lakeland's plate. Infield John I Hale Lakeland; golf-Don Rich- -
IICAIC.c5 II 5555 : G000
critical by the suspension of most of the leading KIM rf 41 RooMr r 41 Dodgers were all around umpire rained out Rhodes Ib Hal Hunt 2b La, arils, West Palm Beach; and I
; -
Lock cf III *Ttwma* H 111, Vinnie Smith and he was nod Moeller who ; rifle-Robert Kerr Ocoee. I
went Itvnlngs
Australian amateurs by the governing body of the Brwnlay I 4 I I I Knao KM 1111' seven rell Willis, si; Kenny Deal or
nation the Australian Lawn Tennis Association. Brlnkman *. ) 1 PlarMll If 41 ding Ma head The seldom-seen turned In the third Elwood DuVal, Jb. Deal, Mickey Plaques were presented by
OMaan I 1111 Latma 1111 appeal play had worked. Johnson FSC ta those athletes I
All of this came about when they refused to adhere to, Hninan S MMDLaak ill straight strong performance for 'ennlngton, Robert Moore and having lettered M'r
akafiar I S I I Cnanca P MM in his anxiety to get a run, the Dodgers pitching staff which four years In the same
the Al TA's demand they remain in Australia until after March' bBouWIn Ills Ken Titus are the outfield can
had left third base too soon and
Ciwtay I now has allowed just one ruin n didates. Deal will either sport. Receiving those plaques
31 before competing in foreign tourneys Actually the whole R 0 / t play
cPklllia 1st was doubled up. the last 27 Innings Bob were; basketball-Dave Shlnk-I
rhubarb started lit when Emerson decided to, In the outfield or Infield dependIng
Tampa Roy Duckwr11I1//
,....* M I S I5555.. MIIIIMila4 So die Colt pitcher still trailed Miller blanked the Colts In the on whether DuVal can play: man Carbondale Pal soccer 5 11 RACESA
In the Dixie there that bit of defiance
compete tourney For .-* lar Hannan M HIM 11-5. 10. Dodger starter Joe Moeller last two frames third Kelsey. Fred Archer St. Petel'l'burg. EACH NIGHT
d ,tmerson and Ken Fletcher were set down for the yearbleb tar .01... In ...., e-Oraundd out fur the slim bull' or not
protected margin
/ CS.,.! In ttu 11-.," for. tkawren In. It was the fifth victory In 14 I This will also be the caned Eislnchenk; baseball-Cecil \
8ilO P.M.
.; included the Davis Cup. Then later Marty Mulligan and Jan, tinWllftllHtM. on Maury Wills' first-inning single starts for the defending world I finale for several Lakeland Hock. Winter Haven; Kale R >1"!

..' tehane departed for the foreign tour and when Fred Stollefollowedjslmokt LM Aaaala .... . .. IM tot K II** MllSBrinm /14-1 and Willie Davis triple Into champions who. stilt trail the, playerst Ronnie Wade, Ronnie Albritton Lakeland, Ron James ? MATINEES '1

at the end ot .last month, that all hoc$ wiped u. AnaalM.n.M4..PO..A-OP-Hadnart Wtliinian. 24-t and the seventh when the Colts final r' Phillies by five I games in the NL Baker DuVal and Robert Rosivllle Ga.: golf- Scudder A 2:00 P.M.

.. .;ewt*/lustralia's Davis Cup team f > Kaaaa. L0-Wamaton i LM AnacK, ly scored. race. Moore. Oraybeal West Hartford Conn;

'> Norman Strange president of the AITA, has been subjected 12."-''''ml.', Iliowron. 1C-A dear k. Jerry Crete's triple and a Philadelphia got a <-for"-J per The Dreadnaughts are coached and cheerleaders-Susan Eddy;l OS WIDNrsDAYFRIDAY

to a blistering attack from segments of the Australian IP H a.. ..10 squeeze bunt broke the ranks formanco fey rookie sensation by Jim Miller and Ed White., Naples/ AND
Ottaan L. 11 J 7' 1/ 1 spell which had stretched 17 innings -
press- ome however, gave the players "what fer" for d.- $4a,1Nn 1 I' I I I Richie Allen to beat the Reds T"u5SDAY T SATURDAYS
t I for Johnson Put the shockof Allen clubbed a homer IS *..5.54d 'I I
waning the cup team by their actions. Duc15..NM 1 1:1 triple iP.Rlonla All.n "jttIlIl.I.
I | * the Scoreboard 'ArJ DAILY
a run
on and .
two llh
Strange, in a specially written article for WT explains Laiman 4114 I I 1 I have much singles as Art Mahaffey Court HearingOn o >lnil .. |llfllni'"avr* .! to 441 I
D. LM w""lCad 14 11)11 proved too won his first .
S game. riiiladilphl aefit DOUBLE
)his stand. He also sounds like a little boy In his whining hanca I Ill : Dick Tracewskl led off the : I. ctnelno.//

!about 'unjust criticism has been levelled at so many men '--Duckworth I man I m. PB-Srvmlay 4ttiWP . U- ,Dodger eighth with a triple and PHILADSLPMIA CINCINNATI PGA MoveWEST hut PITCHING--Urn. aut N.. York la Brwllo.Mat 1-0 on K 1.2

all pf whom are working for the good of tennis In this countryin Umant T-I4J, Drvnvnand 41.137.IALTIMOII (H A5d1r Paaarall after Injured Tommy Davis Taylor: rk MrkM I l ROM tb.5'A'ki*I h111, 1// E RACES if

a completely honorary capacity1' And he refers to the batted for Moeller and flied out CiNltan. rf 1111 Run jo 110 I PALM BEACH (APSohn >- QUINUUS

srlfish refusal to help the game In their country ." by the SOITOHakrkM Wills delivered the go ahead Allan llavtrt Jk Ib I| j I{ |4 t Rablnian Kaauk cf I 11 i 11 t D. MacArthur has gone to )N|

,,players Involved Brmdt rf . I lekllllnn ib akrkbi 4 I S run with a double. Wally Moons Amara Ik el MM 1 Caiaman_...... Ib d 4111Canialai ( 0 court agsln in an effort to keep .. . N EACH

/" Yet Strange dodged all questions about being too old (he'5 Aaarlcl alabam.* .N/. I .,._ M 1510 single made it 3.1 I and knocked Catar M 1111 Cardinal a II 1110 the Professional Golfers Association E MCI
l 441 Y9ru'MI H S IPcwall I Trumdai JIM KlNGSWOODRlPRESlNTATiVE
I lilt Marnar If from
in his W's and the fact the current has had little If 111 Malwn leaving his layoutat
group "aII ::1'1 tei AMOILII MOUITOMk Win* M 4 O'T".I. p I eo
15,045 If 111 I Ituart k M Mahattay 411 JohnMn I' Palm Beach Gardens. L ladies Admitted
tourney experience and little direct contact with the players Ortin" c .ll.Conl.II.,. cf 1111 r SCI11

except in administrative matters He was also almost vehemently Bowant Roohnon rf A 41 4 i Clinton:: rf. :1111: Moan Wills M If 4151554 411155451.I Ib 41 411 0 Mr5,..... IT 1111 4II 4 Tatil II 4 I A hearing is set for 3 p.m. Free Thursday
w OivM d 4 I1l laaitaiar. el 4 I / for 0"Taoia In am. Thursday on MacArthur's petition -
anti-American In some of his statements about our cJomuon III Umaaa p I If I Hazard rf Ills land rf 11 I IIIN.MC1' .M 11 ttt4Cincinnati for a C
players, to the extent of complete bias Adalr Rabarti IB p 311 1111 Joiw...alf 1111 I P.III. ., I* Iff *w.ntd III 1 1 0 order temporary restraining CINTRAL AIR
Millar lawoar 4/45M M IIIWaffla .I a-Rult Rablnian' PO A 10''I' L CONDITIONING
p 1 SISbwiII.'m. ISIS Jb dSSIIPssiS III 11555 >>-.. Cincinnati" 9M "-
Hill p 15151 ISIS Tract ikl. A 4 I I Jrot. c 111 'and I,...,*. .-.. ... I. tinckinatl The PGA has threatened to VALIT 'A.KINGBradenton
The In The U.S. Tail 41 It.HaHnar,..,.. p 1111 Mou p till bMunml I Ievunit IST 5.llSMN. abandon its new headquarters U Road

.'" If the reader turns back the pages of WT to the "ktteto n Ground*-4 *>ald* kit*for devki Lamaaa'iay for.M Rjdatf am 111111 b m- MII1s. o.Iis P e/ : ::'= : Ill 5554/ i -Allan' .". HP.-AHan.v. It...., IB-Roblnion Roblnian' CtltmanIB .. IPTrlindo -. May 1 because It claims that the B H

the editor" column he comes acres a situation about at In c-IMantlonaiiy llttiKltlmor. aiaiknd far 11_. Talal 13155 Tatalt* 1i 111; IP. H" BIBS 10 course and clubhouse do not ttwesn 41.301 d

-Pilad out far Moailar lit 5'555 _,_ .VUh.HlrW. HI 1 A I I I I meet contract specifications. .
bad-but right here in the United States. It Is the Massachusetts IN *N Ml M-4
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/06/14 Struck aut tar Ort 1ft /MJ (-StruckM Hart I 1 I I I I
State Association's rankings of Mrs. Gloria Martin a1111m/1." Vtitrramikl*,MMM PO-A-SHI-* 4 ,, for Haamar In *mLM O't': .. I II 4 4 I I
Antwla* . man kl HI.
dropping her from No. 2 to No.3. The original rhubarb /n51* II-\1. 555554 IJ-lf_. II aut kl llthMM . IN 551 515I5Is 1N-I u-w....... Canlan, Vannn Hrvry. T-
run .II.
started over a hassle In the Association and the charge now Adalr. and SMbani tl Br.twud and ,ton" -Will 1711.. DP-Fa P0-A-Las: : Kaa Anaala. IM, Main- til*. A-fclir
and Slaubj
.to that Mrs. Martin was dropped more because of the actions -Ituarti'.llImor.Aaarlcl a. Botton Adalr and 4.IB'tluarf 1LO.. ,W Oavt*.. ._. and w.",.L LOS- New VOK( IT. LOUISkrkfcl YOUR CONVENIENT
of the Association than for her diminished Cnllara, M.-Shiarf. SB I lN *55.5.5 LINMM"' 1' dSI *. t 111
her husband In -Aurlcl 2. S-Rebkiaon IB-Will tl- D.nI1. Grote, Tr. SUM d 4 1 flood S I *
tennis abilities. H a mo'cawikl I. III-Willi.. I-K.*.. Hunt Ib 41 Oral .* III B.F. GOODRICH STORE
..5eb.rls'S' 11 Marknaw Ib S 111 Warwick rf 4 ( 11Ttiomai
I I I ... r ; vrM
The "open" question-whether or not the United States Illlar, L. 1-, 111 I J I 1 1Mall 'wUllar'- W. .,..... 1 If 4 ( Sovar Jk IIIAilman 114 W. MAIN 681.4133i1AVf1527rw
: I I t 1 rf 1111 James if I 110Oandar
Lawn Tennis Association should sponsor open tennis tourneyshas 0 I It.I I t ILamaha 1/I IRadati ....."-. L. II Ml / I I I c 11 * wnita Ib IIIC
already split the USLTA asunder and the ALTA Is I Harr | M I 1 1' .imith Ib 1111 I Oaallai I Jb 11 IIIllaall
WIIM.l I ) I t r I *l I Ml'-|/ MaaMtr Ataromonl'I. Jot*, M Jtt 15I Uackar c CC II I Ilanwal [
snagged on that rock too. / wrWII Ill I toil" U-.*..._.., 454r_". William M 1/ I I Broall t 4 IIIiv

But the tragedy of tennis Is the powers that be are usually *-Batt-Raban Pacad l man*. U-VaKnflna In loth. MCSIMNI' 'I"Imllnr-rn_ 411,151.Lakeland: :..-____ *_ .iii a i a a atMrnarlh i

wealthy, arrogant dictatorial and convinced of their omniscience Sar. laMrna. T-l:I*. ____-2_NISCOREBOARD_ _I i ,"'r-, Ill1 IHaaK . t

In reality some are stupid vain and living In the days Hosts *...,. C 11 .
of the 1890'sIt kTarlgr 51541451 1 0 1 .
la extremely Important that all sports lovers look bardat Group 4 Meet LaeM 555/
5. Th* A_.... Praai '''.1. M 111 Talal 14 I IS
the USLTA and ALTA. The evils of those two groups NATIONAL u..out Oraunox auf lar ....n.'tII kl SIN,
w' I. per. S aI" ., Lakeland Dreadnaughts will k-linaiaa' tar HlntM 'In /N.
In the { for baseball
could very well develop organizations youth Ptilla football and amateur athletics > : *';; ;;: host the Group 4 track and field 15. Uvt .., .... .. 5r .** KtC
programs, youth programs 'iiuktintiwu ."" Smim t Hunt. Janw. 1'0-_
meet hero -
.. .. .. .... Friday afternoon and
ef all The entrenched are more concerned with 54.45 Vark ISIS, St Laul 2701'
sorts. OfOraat
.'. LmiliMfenaM* .. ...... t. night at NurmI Nelson I
: Field. Oaalian an* WMtai Oaallana andOraati
retaining their own power and prestige than they are with nSMI. ..n..11.., ... : .4lt Field events will start 3 CaiKar and 5.mu14Raw, Oaln *-
at and rVhlt. LOS-Naw Yarn 4. St
development of the sport. f.1n 'U*'' ; : ;,; : I I t p.m. and the preliminaries In LNh ...
Norman Strange has been deluged with calls and letters .... I. . :ill .MI the 11-11. NmuN. WIllie, 6NIINM1SJ5455
rTWISBAVB track events at 3:30 .
kttULT p.m. HI-lIov. .F-. Or.sm.
demanding he resign for the "good of the sport He won'tbecause I r.. '.4515* Jjpjr"11 I Finals in all track events will 54551'
Into his Ideas and l> i. i t" N R IRRIOJ.CSM.
he's hypnotized himself believing Ptillwl lpkl 4 CmclnaiU I. begin at 7.30
I :. .:* p.m. Admissionwill L, 11 .1131 1 I I I
Loa :
methods best for the sport" A l a 1 Hou.uin ( be M ..*rn rth i ,
are ...i fto<.lca) at Ctilea.. .1111 cents for adults and il/
.. ..
From George Rowbottom down U.S. tennis Is In the same I I Leo An.....TO'AY'M HIwt.n....INI.. M cents for students. Persons Saul HOC* ....... .. II *4 *4 *4 *I 1 I .

straits 5-w Vark 5SI lx>pl, INIrtrukimh attending in the afternoon can Unity I 1 :, "
at MiI..uk. ml Lack .I I I *
Same old story! The privates corporals and sergeants doan San .'.nr_ .1 mirai.. present their stubs for admission lro.ll W. iT.f S I I 1 IU ;
PbN.d.lph1..1. ClktlnoaU no ,_ Henry Mancini's orchestra and chorus lJLi
-virao .n. Jackamkl Craw give exciting
the fighting and dying The generals get credit for the AM101CAN 15A0U1W nightThe ..... T-l:II. A4411.PITTISUIOICANMILWAUII. new sound to twelve Oscar,winning tongj ,, t.1 n I
schools ,
; victories PCT' R.C1.NIMd competing Include Irom the past-all arranged by the master 2
... .. . I' Winter Haven Brandon '
Lakeland k MIcnoflaM that gave you ""'oon RIverand "Pals,
f 4.
* :: = '
: ::; : : and the Tampa school nlll *4.a If 4111 Gunn." This "
OUT01T" . ... . 1 .141 L.1. s- I all-new RCA Victor 33Vi LF record I wwrv IZ
Short Sports Notes : 1 .574 Robinson Chamberlain King' Clamant Vlrdon ( rf I I 11*Mamaw Aanjn rf 3b I 11 I }H I is only. at B.F.Goodrich dealers-+wwMre diet .,
-l.'t"in' ::::: i .205' I:; Hillsborough. Jefferson. and Clandank Ib 51 I I Tore.. II 11 And rt s only $11 Available in stotvo' are mM-
... . 11.450 Plant. I..NM. 1515 I 15. Ballty c tM.rr'I aural' rllOtGet *
Darrell Clark and Owen Johnson who hurled here last b4t I Aioucl MMllaraall yours now
5NmlNANM.( 11 1 S I.J j Top three finisher in each If 4111 I Benin/ Ib Hear tksse all.time favorttasD.r 1 s'
summer, earned hurling Jobs with Knoxville with Tom Matchtek TYeIOA"'. 555 5551245511. C 1 M I Manka H :1111 r ,
Kajuai CUT 6. DKIHUir 1 event will al Nn454 kaa* (1060> M* kvar '1'Wi
qualify to fft
land the Infield. Duluth left with former Lake- compete In Prls.d III/L5naslsr 111111, '
Larry Rojas In notion e > t II' MhaWarl . '
'l) OA la>*(l >*l oa..c
Smith and i Mlnntiota < C1;== B:HIlr.\\ : .> next week's Florida State Class bAll, 15151555.l a 1111 ".. ?I MnalilWt ".,B, h.4.5 4.5 M' .
catcher Tom Hinkle. pitchers Leroy .
and Tigers Aualai 2. |i* a * * aOabr'lMn I' 11 .. .
AA track and IK* Aicli.ton . lhaW u >.II*4*> 1151 l
... field lark 5l M 'm"h'
meet at
Bill Lewis Infielder Mike Christine and outfielder Wayne liC. at 70047"1"':.. 'Vl ;' Florida Field m 'Lynch a 1111 cCiln 1111 1111 (I 'JI 'aii Mi.k Sims 5 Mar (IMiJI Ik. TN M1't 61
mer On Jamestown are Gary Hart. Charles Hughes and at *. Tark Gainesville. P15.I * * TMtnawar p lI5S '-IJU.) It Mwaet's ales-al a7prIeaf
:IM h15,1 .I 5451.54 Lakeland's top hopes at T4tU I.III4 Tatal 119111
)im Mooring all of whom played here last summer . Murry '5.15,15..7 N 41.551545.ICIfl . present .- . out <*r Nwkrv In skis b-.
$1 110. are hurdler John MiddenU
Association W' \ >l Kawaa C14(MlW 'fnout far 5,1.5M, 4thi c-iacfl-
Dldermaa of Newspaper Enterprise gives Casey \
a sophomore and Larry Gamble Head for tmim In ffft 11-0'_ *uftor

ktengel and George; Weiss the biggest blast of the spring 'I P10555A.. TM. _5157W....11A011 Mrs In the shot put and discus ,lfttor Bork*kl *ln.f . H* MlMltwaiikaa IN-S

Iderman blames Stengel for "killing off young players" and L. PCT 0.BtAKfLAMD I IM Ml .l.-, Another great buy: NYLON TIRES
M Lod.Nsi 1 .. ,
R-M.I45M1' Mar o-A-P'Ittburak
Weiss for almost! moronic deals and refusal to make .. "wit . I I.ere 140 ,
ames 14*. MHwaukaa 171.*. LOS-Plttibvrik.
eals. "Both were ruined by their successful association with ZL ... i .IM I I (, MI"" _. 11.25CMmMh. COMMANDER 220
1.181I 4_ MIAMI Fred. W A' .. MNS. 145-
e. Yankees" He points out the Houston Colts went out and i ..444INrs and Hooper all. Terri. S- CIlia IjI-M-ikaIP ' ConUlm SUPER IYN nibbap,the *..... $1375
. Jockey Braulio Baeza have >
I H a 4 '
ight a whole slew of youngsters and now they are beginning . . . t L .J.JISTvaev' ended their I aaasso 1. tyiMruM PUblN'II'" ..lIMvr-4ut,
the harvest. Weiss pinched pennies and was reluctant SaulT1 dispute. Baeza ssid 1154. 5,11 .... .: 111441)1 IJ JIoMrlclltf'Ucil$ tlr.s t DIU. :
i reap AT MIAMI SIP'S. IAINL he bought his contract from IIortI .,... . 1, -..... ........ 555554
i deal except for names-most of the names were over the oriuda. u tarkMM 10 d. rain Hooper for SIM.000 and will ride F&CO .. .:.::1111 I I I I
MID* Ft LudadW 'PO4 fain .
HI 1. He turned down a deal last year for pitcher Roger Craig Mrton raw'"B ch at It patanMr rpp'dWtONMbAVT as a free agent. Hooper brought Lamaitar Nlrtra. ill 4 1 33"I 1 1 I 1 NO MONEY DOWN! INSTANT CREDIT!

I whkb St Louis would have sent Bob Sadowski and Gene O AM It Baeza to this country from Panama Im.III. W l* 4 1 > I lTlaftnauar 1 No additional charge for mounting ur *M ***> <*niM>***>4v
1" I
D 1 ;,:
jiver Alou for Duke Snider lAKILANO AT MIAMI n v sV adH* n4il tr *(
to Men and he spurned a Matty us-.. ,1 fort UU-rdalr and had him under con HIp15 rifna XT 'ItatiiaroiiN WI. f
I >>rh .S Iu"a .akr* U St ap. Later this spring he sold Snider to the same Giants Ofsad.: 55 11. rash,.",', tract to ride Hooper horses only| ,. I 2 10 A j m I

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday!...April 21,1$4 I Lakeland SPORTS OF THE TIMES

Hill Rise Wins/ 8th In Row; Miami VieTonight A Taste

Favored To Capture DerbyLOUISVILLE I. Of Mint Juleps-

By ARTHUR DALEY ly the better horse. But on

Ky (AP-If offer a purse of (144,500.: with I The other 12 horses considered Rained out last night in M. (@)JCrfa y..rk Cunt the first Saturday in May the
amt the Lakeland and
winder include horse Shut Out,
starters was
there ever was any doubt in $93,925 going to the definite Miami Marlins will _
Shoemaker's The 1', .mll. classic will be Roman Brother the little Florida try agata' LOUISVILLE. Ky.-Three the Derby winner
Jockey Willie
mind televised by CBS from 4:15: bred colt who finished second tonight at Miami Stadium. days of rain watered the mint There's bound to be an awful -

about his decision to switch to 4:4': p.m.. EST. Post time p.m.for to Hill Rise in the Trial, The Tigers will be seekingto but not the mint juleps in lot of self-recrimination

from Northern Dancer to Hill the Derby Is 4:30: p.m. and Mr. Moonlight who finished streak snap and a four-gam losing win this Bourbon Citadel. How. this year when the Derby

Rise In the Kentucky Derby It's Hill Rise showed all the fourth but was placed In their tint salvage invasion one of the ever the sun was shining winner Is led into the floral

gone strength In the Trial that he displayed third through a disqualification. East Coast Lakeland returnsto bright on each Old Kentucky horseshoe for the presentation -
Hill Rise with The Shoe earlier In ruling the Others considered definite Henley Field Saturday home in a gloriously soft and ceremonies The Jockeys

aboard for only the second time West, and his performance starters are Quadrangle Northern night for a gam with the gentle spring day. The ancient have been playing musical
won his eighth straight race quickly made Shoemaker forget Dancer Ishkoodah Mr Tampa Tarpons and then battlements of Church chairs with the various con
Tuesday by overpowering six the colt's unimpressive victoryIn Brick, Dandy K., Royal Shuck plays the St. Petersburg ill Downs almost seemed to tenders because they have
others Keenelandtwo Prince Davelle Wil Rad Extra sparkle in Its glow aid that, been jumping on and off
In the $18.050 Derby Trial the Forerunner at Saints here on Sunday night !ill. "
Swell and The Scoundrel. admittedly takes considerable horses with the agility but
-the last prep tor the Run tor weeks ago Following the games with the
the Roses "I guess 1U have to run him Hill Rise Is expected to go to East Coast the Tigers will play doing. not the elan of Errol Flynnin
"He's 50 per cent better horse back In the Derby," quipped the post for the classic: Saturdayas tomorrow night in Miami and OUTSTANDING SENIOR ATHLETE florid So..nhe m CoIl. The weather change was a swashbuckling movie.

than when he was at Keene- trainer Bill Finnegan. The smiling the 6-5 favorite. Second on Friday night in Tampa. l age fccMball each H.l S".ltal", loft congrahilaUf Dovld K.l.., important because the track It's reached the point that

land," Shoemaker ,said. "I believe ' Finnegan could do little choice will be the Canadian Ronnie Chandler will probably *f New Casa Conn., .r Lei night eighth (HUM) FSC AH- looked like melted peanut you can't tell a. jockey without

this race Is just what he more than grumble after Hill hopeful Northern Dancer whose hurl tonight at Manager Al Sports 1I.04lluot .t the eolltfVi <.M."!.. K.bey" received the butter this morning but a scorecard. Willie Shoemaker .
needed to get him ready for, Rise won the Forerunner. probable odds are 31. Federoff seeks to end the losing MorrboH-WHIicmi Memrt trophy a the Outitandmf $en!.r then it started to dry out and jumped off the Scoun

Saturday," "There was just nothing In string that knocked the Tigers Athlete.! (SM story on Pee.. 13)). (FSC photo II y Pal Will.) was moderately presentable drel to ride Northern Dancer
Despite the powerful performance there to push him," Finnegan I down from second place. by late afternoon for the run. and leaped off him to take

by the El Peco Ranch colt said "He Just loafed after he This Is Day FISHING-HUNTING r ning of the Derby Trial the Hill Rise Bill Hartack has

In the one-mile Trial at least got the lead. If he keeps that Here's A last of the preliminaries to been on Quadrangle but will
know how Tiger the 90th Kentucky Derby on ride Northern Dancer Bob
13 horses, and possibly as many up we may never
as 18, will go to the pout good he is" For UnderdogIn Lakeland StyleBack It Takes Time Saturday. The hardboots Ussery has been on Northern
day. If 13 start the Dei satur'j Hill Rise was clocked for the focused most attention in the Dancer and Roman Brotherbut
mile in the fine time! of 1.351-5: for a second year with Trial on 11111 Rise the Derby will handle' Quadrangle
*fl. OIMP Isnur the Lakeland Tigers is right-
off track that was ilsted GolfPINEHURST favorite on Saturday Manuel Ycaza
on an N-S
'I as,good This was the colt's first I handed pitcher Tom Rudolph.The the. For Rig To WorkBy k Considering the fact that looped the loop with Northern
WrestlingSAT. opened
I race on anything but a fast husky the big California colt had Dancer, Quadrangle Roman
track and he handled the footing NC (AP) season here last spring never before performed on Brother and Mr. Brick

NITE 8 P.M. ,I with ease. This Is a day of peril for golfers vllle then under finished Manager up at Al Thomas-feder. FRED W, JONES what the Gentry describes alan before lighting on the Scoun-
with ambitions of winning the "off track the railbirds
LAKELAND ARMORY I North and South Amateur Golf off.Rudolph Fishing Hunting Editor and the experts appraisedhim drel.Caught In the
... Ski squeeze was
," -1 Lakeland/ lives in Sandusky Yesterday we wrote of the little spinner-fly combination in
Tournament a fashion paraphrasing Brauliq Baeza
t Contract
: Ohio and is 21 years old. The working for again this weekend for the first time In
Eddie us past
It's double round Wednes old Grantland Rice
Schedules a an rider to Fred Hooper Elliott
Club hurler is 8-foot-3 and weighs
sent to 1 'I day-a day in which the favorites some months. axiom It mattered not if hewon Burch, the trainer of Quadrangle .
Bob GRAHAMrt Tourney must take care lest an eager all 190 the pounds. He's rlghthanded After we got through writing, we went directly from the or lost but how he play. was angling for Bae

id Jump underdog jumps and grabs With way Lakeland last spring office to Robert Johnston' station for some gas and the first 'ed the game za, winner a year ago on

pile An jumping water ski tourney hem le was in 8 games and hada I words he said were: "I'm sure glad you told me about that This is an even more uncertain Chateaugay. But Hooper refused

'last Sal nit. Graham, vatonicloui I Is slated for Sunday at Lake Winning one 18.hole match In 1-1 record. He fanned 12 in spinner-fly deal a couple of years ago-It paid off for me this Derby than usual to give the able Panamanian J

taken le hospitalby Hollingsworth by the Lakeland a day Is rough enough but to 13 Innings and walked 7, past weekend up at the river!" and the race hasn't even had his release and Bae- ,

ambulance' Eddli released' Water I Ski Club.Competition survive a pair requires sharp At Thomasville Rudolph was Seems Robert had been trying to rig out for some time anything resembling a com za finally bought his freedomfor

from hospital' unable l tewrtitUI will be in all age play and a little luck. In 19 games and had a 6-S raw NM..akLNi.N J plete certainty since Citationwon an estimated $100,000.

I for both men and women Billy Joe Patton, the defending ord. He hurled 109, Innings TAMPA say TIOII Thu....... A..rll M. IK4. N.eh loch. SUS from his fantasticallyfast But he still lack a Derby
,classes ....... .... . ......
champion from Morganton. fanned 81 and walked 48 His 90 umi tidt e 20 a m. SI OS .m.i" tun nwt* '.11 stablemate Coaltown In19.c8. mount and the best ones already .
with the first class jumping at MU, "N ems mon .u... ands ..m.I .eta S:SI ......
1 NC, who Is going after North earned run average was 2.31. J' Eddie.Arcaro rode Citation are gone.

Don Curtis 8 a.m events will be held In and South title No. 4 and his So far this spring he's not now without success (through the winter) then this past week and even he was stirred Willie the Shoe also was

:i' Out fe Get front of the concrete dock adJacent third in a row, opened the 18- been too successful but the end he got bass and big bluegills in rapid fire ac'lon. by doubt when Coaltown caught 'In a vaguely similar
match third round against Moss righthander showed promise streaked to a record in the bind in 1959 He desperately
Bob Orton to the Lakeland Yacht However he doesn't troll the 'rig, he drifts down the river
: Beecroft of Newport News Va. this spring and Federoffi expecting Blue Grass at Keeneland. He wanted to ride Sword Dancer
will be no charge about 20 feet out from the shoreline and and
There the
Club. to
casts edge
wondered if he
The winner faced an afternoon better things for Rudolph switch but had committed himselfto
Iddi GRAHAM [751 I for the tourney and the public date with the survivor of I as the season progress- retrieves it slowly. His casts he emphasizes are no more and voiced his fears to Ben Fred Turner as the rider

Who W.. t Rlur.d'y| f ft ., is eligible to attend. to a match between Ed Wholey ofNorth es. than 20.feet long Jones the trainer of both for Tomy Lee. The Shoe
By loll Orton f.|Tf: | Contestants are Water Ski Providence R.I. and Ed Anyway here's more evidence for you who have used the horses. tried to wriggle clear but
Curtis dtm.nd.d imesch l L I J. contact the Lakeland details. KIrkland of Orlando Fla. rigs before but have had no luck for some time that they "Eddie," said plain Ben, Turner held him to his prom.

with Orton, Club for further Bob Gardner, Walker Cup may ,now work. (Incidentally; Jim Veal at Pana Vista Lodgeon "if I thought Coaltown could ise. So Wee Willie won the

I player from Essex )Fells N.J.. the outlet at Lake Panasoffkee has been telling us for a win, you'd be on him. They Derby on Tomy Lee by a

-.m n t TITO WE SPECIALIZE IN . was paired with Dillard Trayn- month they were working there.) ain't nobody gonna beat Ci whisker from Sword Dancer.

Transmissions ham, from Greenville, S.C., with tation." He was right Racing Luck did it as the
CARREON Automatic the winner meeting either two- But the great Arcaro once horses bumped in the home-
Some weeks we wrote of the new Johnson Compact
end Carburetor time champion Frank Strafacl made the wrong guess in stretch and the collision
TIM WOODS I of Miami fla., or southpaw Alfred 9hp outboard motor we had, and of the many advantages 1942 when he was riding for knocked Tomy Lee onto the
it had for the fisherman. '
Generator I fX4,0 Creentree the Bluegrass stride '
Same of Macon, Ga. 1 empire proper
TEAM UP FOR TAG Starter In the second quaiter of the li Well, we have just learned of another advantage we never, of Jock Whitney and his "My horse was tiring" reported -

MATCH AGAINST THE \ drew, year-old Curtis Personof d thought of or heard anyone else mention. We learned this sister Mrs. Charles Shipman the Shoe, "and the

.,'Ignition Memphis, Tenn. played Tru- when we took a couple of pictures of Norman Bennett and Payson Eddie had the choice last bump forced him to

JAPS Wiper Motor man Connell of( Jupiter fla. his kingfish 'on a recent trip we made. of Shut Out or Devil Diver. change leads. That's how t

Duke KEOMUKA fai The winner's opponent will be We ,took one shot of Norman standing holding his fish and He picked the Diver actual he came on to win."

end I Speedometerrepair either John Greer of Bristol, then another'with him squatting beside the motor holding the -

Hire MATSUDA l smite5p1C1AL. Va., or David Boyd of Atlanta same fish The idea was to show the motor was shorter than
I Person supplied a highlight of an average, size king. How Does Whitey Coach
LOW pRleff the second round Tuesday whenhe ,
r.i7" ( ABE JACOBS AUTO AIR CONDITION.410", knocked off Charlie Smith How About A Rattle Snake 'Hunt? ,
I SIGNS TOWRESTLE C.,. 289'N.w In**, i W. y i' I
; Walker Cup player from Gas tSrr.; Talk To Pitcher?
tools, N.C., 20 years his junior . But. although Jt DID mati the motor look short, the< BENNIE WHITTEN'S T result that it made the fish GROWL
S :TRlneiid :'t: PEPPE PERU .I i upToday's. was Any person
Auto Parts & Service action will leave eight TOM RUDOLPH looldnl'at the two'plcturee would swear one fish weighed NEW YORK (AP) Whitey it's official. But I still wouldn'thesitate

Tishah.' *. IM w.O.n..n'm Adm.'.1JStudwtt 410' S. FIR. Avi. Fh. "2.1 lIS men for the quarter-finals . lick Alain twice as 'much as the otherl) the coach said -to Whitey the a minute to pull myselfout

IM M I I Thursday. I That's some fishing motor when it will even help'. the pitcher: or even to bench myself if
-- FSL Schedule fisherman exaggerate the size of his catch "How do you feel. Whitey?" I went into a slump."

"Fine," replied Whitey the Ford said Berra, the new Yankee
Rained Out pitcher. "I'm strong I can goa manager and a longtime
Dear Fred and
BettyDon't few more innings" !battery mate gave him a lot of
For the first time since the
feel like it would be a service to Polk "
you great
the freedom
"Okay, Whitey io pitching and
.. , .. . . season began nine days ago all matters
velleit.ft v+- r--W".";",""":,,, -. "::181(11:. ". :"" '! \ k Florida State' League County this part especially have a rattlesnake 'hunt' each coach. "We'll see" normally would let him call his
, -T ' ,< ,' ,, .,.."J'" \ were rained out Tuesday night year like they do in some other counties and states? When Whitey Ford, the New own shotsWhat .
I .; ;>:' .i '$!J.; It was the second consecutive Just a few days ago my husband and grandson killed a York Yankees' ace left-handed

J I ': r .' ,(\' .] night the St PetersburgDaytonaBeach big one on our place. I agree they are beautiful and good pitcher starts mumbling to himself A !

," "i t t sand Orlando-Sarasota natured, but it would be a great pleasure to me to know they out on the mound it's not Jackpot
: ; ( r 'thinned out' to summon the men $132,232 For
: < games were postponed becauseof were at least necessary $2
', j rain. Won't you take this matter up with the wildlife officers in the white coats.

:,:!jl The teams will try again tonight and find out what can be done? So many men seem to think It's a soliloquy not a dialogue WESTBURY N.Y. (AP-One
; with Lakeland still at it's good sport to hunt them. 1 know there are lots of them when the Yankees' pitching lucky bettor, tentatively identi-
I coach starts checking up on theteam's fied as a woman won 1132,232-
I IJ'Ii Miami and Tampa still at Fort around here.
No. 1 80 for S2 at Roosevelt
pitcher, winner of Raceway
." Lauderdale. Daytona Beach goesto Js( ) Mrs. Archie W Brown.
.< 200 regular season games and Tuesday night more money
,,, .f"NPvo, ;> !,*," ," ';1 ; ., I I thing, -it would be a great pleasure to us. too to know they pulled on the striped New York Johnson makes In a year

"f "'''' were thinned out! uniform In 1950. The huge payoff came on the
: 'i f :' However, we cannot quite believe they are so plentiful. In one of the game's peculiar twin double, in which a bettor

., ,,' .. . We've only killed about 20 in the 37 years we've spent in this arrangements they're one and must couple four winners, and
Ao < : \ state-and most of it right out in "snake country" tool (And the same man. Ford signed a set a world record for that form

,+ ,; ::" KlNGSWOODSpBQtlJR. we've killed every one we've seen outside a zoo or exhibit.) $60,000 contract last Novemberas of wagerig

But we will talk with the officers and see if something both pitcher and pitching The previous high TD payoff

can be done about a bunt coach. ,'was the SS4,692.20 won at Gulf
So far the year-old Whitey stream Park In Florida Just a
i at54 HONORED has started three games in the ,week ago by Mrs. Helen Me-

STATI MORTGAGE FHA LOANS VA r LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) -, dual role winning one. losingone Grady, a housewife of West Hollywood -

Misty Morn,champion 3-year. and having no decision in Fla
FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. old filly of 1955 Tuesday night the other. '
OF fLORIDA What has been the result?
:received the Kentucky Thor
I p..,. MU sitsL.h..n.
r 'JI' 5L ,. .....nraa Ova au..aea- 'oughbred Breeders Association been awkward? Dues he feel
... ..
ClwM Aso
:broodmare award for 1963 any greater responsibhty? Is he
------- -- -- inclined to yank himself more

...: quickly now that the decision is I

., almost soley his? 'JDIIVIIO.
$ I "I haven't let it bug me yet, .. ...
P 1 but it may before the season is "ou.W.
tlWa.Sa tt mmle.l we jpe
t over," the blond Long Islander ask ...''n..n..Inln.n....,. :M 2.
r ...... ,
iiu M
said today as the Yankees ODtr.Uoiti 21 JI
+ ?Arc t sdd awaited their Stadium meeting inS? Mi".. rod< Clams *24: Jba

i f with the Chicago White So*. sub' ..,..... Pr..s Cor "* 1UIo...
,, '"1 .>ed+ruw mwnM it almwr3I "I have always been honest act 41'OAMa
with the ., alt. Lion Dl.bf,
managers Casey r$I
:trw511., ko' amu4,
Stengel then Ralph Houk and Ice fCKIU. 3
now Yogi Berra. When I started Pra4 Connor. t...

I i I getting tired or losing my stuff Hassle NODSWlvsekola.
: : !'! ;' F Y f 1 told them. So they trusted me. Dot / .. "3* .....
3.: 3 ator.. ..
.I. ; More or less, I've been my own Ally D..ter. .. 90 10 A
boss out there as far as deciding 1 vrb.m., '
when I should Nnh Iran, .same..._ Allf Diuirn, >'j.
leave the mound Huh &e." Altn Du.urfc 1'v:,
or continue. I.\ ssstnau.1 '.-. 0"". J.nk.

You'll never lose it in a parking lot. "Only difference now is that RI.h t41.Iadltldus 57s .swim..., 01..la Je.lDe. .

NEW ASSOCIATES HOME Herndon Handed *Sftff'tSnttuS&OlorU JraklM. 574 .,IImll.

You can let where a Volkswagen Station rear, you can lop off the hood and hove OUTHWIST-PAlMOmtiPr

Wagon comes In handy. four f feet lets wagon to pork First Loss, 4.2 4k.4k.,,, b.,
You don't hove to lie a handkirchiil There's also less gal to buy. (You IMPROVEMENT FINANCING PLAN t ? ::: .: . N qN sat\

to the a.riallO! find your way bad should average 24 milll per gallon I KATHLEEN In a Kath alNVh
But it wain't mode to Hick up just to Andobsaluteiynoantifreeze..Our en- enable you to remodel, landscape) and modernize now I leen Area Dixie Youth League HM Mom Mom. e"came_: p,;.. Owtw4.-.. .445....
make It stand out minor baseball game last night. N.h Mda. came, pw5 W.......
aircooUd.But s. 11.
It waS mad that way limply because pine It what'i really nice It that something Why wait for the Improvements your home person. Your request, large or small, win Master Yogurt knocked off Mrs;,"J'. *;!"*'".*"' **'... ,.*' Wdkm.

it mad lnu.Whn practical n such 'fun to drive( needs now? Aaaociatea Home Improvement be handled promptly-in strictest confidence. Herndon Insurance, 4-%, while LIMI ..T.IITW. I
mok so flagrantly around the block to Financing Plan will provide the money you Write or telephone the Associate State Fertilizer blanked the I. A.l'.' Cow,. S*" 5.m5
you o it take 20
will hold more. Almost wagon twice at much In supermarket.Even If you ' need today I The Associate offer "Look- office near you for an appointment "Over. Richfield Jets 12-0 In major J.. (or./hlIM..xtlwt ... .. "n ,,
Ahead Borrowing"plans for any responsible 600 office la the U. S. and Canada action. 4. lea atrm.n
(fact 01 conventional wagons O.K. So you stick out o !little. It was the first defeat of the N Hl..., Mom Mom.am.bwK, Len.LI_tb kerb..., :_..
And when the
you put engine In the timer
Maybe It'l season for the Herndon nine. tM"h IN....... ._ aAbr
A Financing Plan for Levy Need Mark Hinder 131M. WwdNhhMN
powered Master
""' ..1..1 _
Yogurt to Its upset with a two- J. Thml scone

Ross Lakeland Motors I Inc. A ASSOCIATESFINANCE run In homer in the third inning '.. ..,.. a.r ..IDULLA... . . 50.,, lost
INC. a minor game Monday I. W.__. .. . 4 U
"'= II night. Universal Foods I.! (MI4A II... .. . .. JJ II 2'2.
1500 W. Memorial' Blvd. 4. prw5M
MU 2-5183 /JU S. Kentucky Ave., LAKELAND..MU 6-7123 ed Hill and Serdynskl. outlast'j $44 Non, Mom Mom. ........,WniNr;; ., W. 11

MASTER HERNDON. TOOUKT IN80HAWCT 002 lot la.N.n: ,..;::", ..,W.rw.s. Jvdt I 111.OwnM.

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. Agamd road hazards for the Kf.of the tread except rtpoir* r..40 10'11 I
oWe punctur" Replacements prorated on tread w.ar. I .
I. For quality of material and workmanshIp for the Bf.of the PWs "' DE3IG1. ,.:fI.,"t (+
tread Replacements prorated on tread wear where ore 101//1, I i';,'dt,
I ReplocemenH bated on sale price when returned. treorrz'Odd, r 66.,. ;r
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! 1A LAKELAND LEDGER Wednetdir. April 21, 1M4

: .
r Proclaims


FREE OF a_ ; 11IIt! TODAYPARKING WeekUnder proclamation of Gov.

a g FOR CHOICE Ferris Bryant, this week Is' be
Inj observed as "Florida Products
Week" to accent the fact ,
IN OUR LOT PICKINGSarthan that the state's residents are \
L enjoying more nutritious and
varied meals at lower cost than
ever before.
For the fourth straight year.
the "Dixie Products Spring Fes
tival" is being marked by abundant
displays of home-grown
products at the 631 WinnDae
supermarkets throughout the
: South.In .
his proclamation, Gov.Bry
ant said:

OPEN DAY & NIGHT for 58 HOURS.! "Florida produce Productivity agriculture are making Cited and a Florida vast

contribution to the state's eco
nomic well being and Americana
The Later the Hour, .the. Better We'll Deal! If You Can't Buy Now, Come In and Watch the Trading That's Going On! are enjoying more nutritious .
and more varied mealsat
a lower real cost relative to

Sale Starts Thursday at 8:00: A.M., and Ends Saturday at 6:00 P.M. Try and Catch Us While We're Sleeping! wages"Florida than is ever one of before.the world's

most productive agricultural
areas growing almost every
o 0' crop known to man and yielding
154 MAYTAGS great varieties of vegetables.
ATTENTION NOTICE many types of citrus tropical
fruits and berries.

MUST BE SOLD IN THREE ment Here's in you.chance the world or to prices buy the you finest con laundry afford' !equip Automatic If You Plan Buying A New Washer or the"Its world citrus, producing production 70 per leads cent I s
of the world's grapefruit, 20
Washers! Wringer Washer! Dryers I have
of the world's ,
I- purchased carloads of famous direct from Dryer During The Next Six Months oranges
'- Maytags -
DAYS . 3 EVERY HOUR more than 90 per cent of theworld'
I the this
: May tal factory to bring you truly great orange concentrate and
sale! You Owe I It to Yourself to Buy N owE 80 per cent of the world's total
DAY AND NIGHT Sincerely processed citrus products.
During This Big 58-Hour Marathon! Florida is first in the winter
FOR 58 HOURS! Charles' Whitten E production of snap beans, tomatoes i
cabbage sweet corn cucumbers
BUY NOW AND SAVE The Sale of All Sales .
DEAL OF YOUR LIFE, SEE US NOW! !!! egg plant green peppers
radishes, watermelons
and second in celery producedfor <
the fresh market. I

N N Milk Sets Record I II I

"Our dairymen average a '
higher milk production per cow
Deal than the producers of the other
11 Southern states. Our many
other agricultural industries produced
quality agricultural products
for shipment throughoutall

D COME IN AND MAKE US AN OFFER foreign corners countries.of America. and to

D Most of the other Southern

If You Ctm't Buy During This Sale Give f/p No Reasonable Offer Refused.* Governors proclamations.The have. issued similar

"Dixie Products Spring
fact that Floridians are eat.
A A ing more produce, beef, pork
t One Button Automatic Washer poultry and dairy products than
ever before.
J noNO MONEY DOWN plays in the South's economy

V PERATURE, AND WASH TIME . ALL AUTOMATICALLY :..... : Y 220 that in his salaries company last paid year.J6J,329 Other,. I II
'" figures I were: occupancy costs }
-" '- (13,122.405; local taxes (not including
/ social security: ) $2,692.-
406; advertising expenses $5.-
.. i ;, 497.897 and utilities expense
J x" is: aRYERSn I $6,182,901all totaling $93,823-
i i gentle, even heat .:;
I ,, surrounds The actual scope of the atores'operation
A' MAYTAG a I '; clothes however, is shown in
the figures on the food handled
AUTOMATICS JUNE 15..1964 \.IId. -- ,; during the course of one year
/ A total of 1,544,904,000 pounds of
; RATED NUMBER ;:"',;n ; :. .. '. groceries and 1,232.772.000
pounds of perishables were soldin


I by The $ 76 Lakeland
1 You can own a new Maytag Automatic | Per Atrtt, Dryers

r Analysis I ReportRUSTPROOF tJ Dryer for only .. ..' .," Week Woman HurtIn
D \ I Csi tr Electric MtMi It Choose freml

,, / = -= You can own a new Maytag Automatic 19 Per ONLY MAYTAG DRYERS CrashA

Waiher, only . .. .. .. . .. . Week HAVE HALO-OF-HEAT Lakeland woman was Injured .
In a tw -<:ar accident yesterday
morning at the cornerof
You can own both the Maytag Washer Per the Combee Road. The driverof
; and DRYERS at PRICES YOU'LL LIKE! and Dryer for only . . . .. .. \0 Week RII..,....., ...! GUARANTEED TO DRY the second car Harry Truman
Messlck, 54, of 220 Lake
. .
Bonnie Drive was charged with
TO OPERATE .r TOUR MONEY BACK N. .t.tfct* I failure to yield the right of way

Filter Agitator Washer-Halo Heat Dryers You can own the Maytag Wringer $48 PerWeek y llwm.(. N. .h,!...k.t.. **.., wri.kh... M..." at a stop sign..

Timed Bleach Injection Washer for only .. . . .. ... .. . usher 4"... .U Nihtwi . t 'h. Rwlty Only Ovitan Myrna St.Pitts, was admitted West, of to 1829 the

DiHtrwit D".... I emergency room of Lakeland
I II I General Hospital suffering from
Highway Patrolman R. C.
McNutt said the 11:40: a. m.
0UT MAYTAG accident occurred when Mes
Giant -OF-TOWN sick failed to stop for the sign
G G and was struck in the Intersec
BUYERSBRING Wringer Washers tion by the West car Messick's
Trade-In MOn 1964 model car was travelingwest
and the 1962 automobile
Get really clean wash with no {
YOUR TRUCK a driven by the West woman was
Maytag BRING YOUR TRAILER lint problems with a Maytag traveling south
H Wringer Washers H Damage to Messick's car was
Lint-Filter Agitator I estimated at $800 and damage
During This 208 N. FLORIDA AVE. Ito I the West auto was estimated
MarathonMaytag Dispenses Soap or Detergent Fit $1.000.

. By For the World's WE GUARANTEETO M.1.1
T Fostest Selling Washers 7 Models to Choose From SAVE YOU $ $ $ Giant TradeInN 2 IP T !Honolulu Mayor

Y Mail Orders Filled Freight Allowed Anywhere Stunned By

'Tot's Command

I Neal S Blalsdell of Honolulu

41 Years of Dependable Service in LakelandAdd (could-but scarcely he didn't believe crack his a smile ears

until after: the Japanese girl
I looked away.
to Your

Present fP &A auto electric' We | The three mayor visiting gave Japanese a luncheonfor orphan .
girls from Osaka who tn

Account lD tf" '"1 AppreciateWith staying Hawaii's with Schofield Army families Barracks at

No kflfH" a IS TV & APPLIANCES Your iHi lish.None of them knows much Eng

When BlaJsdell's limousine
Down pulled up to the Oahu Country
Business Club. Mikiko Kato, 10, held her
Payment 208 N. Florida Downtown, Lakeland MU 6-3333 hand out and caned to the may.or .
"Come on baby let's go.: '
He figures she picked up the
(Phrase the longest she knows
:-from: the GI family she is visiting. .
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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, April 2t, 1964 1-B

,ri Voters To Be Notified

, Where To Cast VoteBARTOW ,;: JNF

Polk County' coming election because of the

78,876 registered voters soon realignment of voter precincts
will receive In the mall a and
complete rereglstration.which .
postcard notifying each voterof : .
have taken place since 1 've ryw1 e STOCK MARKET
the number of the precinctthat 9 FLASHES
last November.The "
he is registered In and ; f.
the polling place of that precinct precinct realignment increased 1fli Yn .

t the number of voting F. r ; NEW YORK (AP-The atock Anacorda eased % to 43), on Reynolds Tobacco lost % at
Commissioner Floyd Woods places in the county from 47 F Jr ,, r market was mixed In moderately 1,800 shares.Opening 48% on UOO shares

announced yesterday that the to 91. .: active trading at the opening on 1.000-ihare transactions Allied Chemical gained % at
\ postcards will be placed in the Study Session today, New York Central lost 54% on 1,100 shares
mail tomorrow and should be In other election matters ) : Changes of most key stocks y4 at 34%; Jonathan Logan re- American Motors was unchanged
In the hands of Polk voters by were narrow. covered J4 at 18; Eastern AirLines Santa Fe and Sears
Friday or Saturday yesterday the commission set Opening blocks I Included: was up % at 3G4; and Roebuck added fractions. Bethlehem
Commissioner Alan Trask Friday as the date for a special Chrysler up % at 45% on 3,500 Ford was off H at 55%. and Montgomery Ward
study session for
poll 0 shares; Westinghouse Electric On 1,800-share openers, Electrical dropped fractions.
pointed out that a good deal workers and said five Vft
men i
H at 33* on 3,000and It Musical Industries lost
of confusion surrounds the up. from each commission district 1 up ; Yesterday the Associated
will be American Telephone off H at % at 7% and American Tobacco, Press average of 60 stocks rose
busy all day tomorrow 141% on 1,800 declined 18 at 34;%. 19 to 303.8.
Winder moving voting machines to the ,
Corp. various polls BLUE CHIPS '

Tom Hyman. commission

Sues City business manager, said letters s
have ben mailed to all of the I WAS 'lbLD THE boT OFMY

precinct clerks notifying themof FAiuittiNTuesiecK '" i roUND Out r NAD
For $500,000 the study session, scheduled 4 MARKEt STEMS RZOM AM A vERY HAPPY

for 7:30 p.m. Friday at the 'a'MAN UWIAfrVCHILPHOOP.fiOX' CNILDNOOp..,
BARTOW A $500,000 dam. Livestock Pavilion south of WENT INTO ANALYSIS.I ..
age suit has been flied In circuit Bartow.

court here against the city of The request for the man-
Lakeland. power to move the voting machines THAT'S COMPLICATED l.y d l Clayton, deM.d, Larry M.rll.y, county mtlr.ro.KORCO .
Plaintiff In the suit Is Winder to the various precincts area, toko .. the MMnvlooU talk ol ,"'jutting a voting machine. As lo tvia'onr. with Hi*
:Aircraft Corp., which sued the came from Larry Markley roar door. to the machln apse (ht I* lathed during alocrloni). It .,,oars to bo e mess of wins
Lakeland Chamber of Commerce who is in charge of mainten with few ,rolt .f paper rnliod. I.. (Lodger Photo ky Stuart)
in 1957. ante for the machines

Winder In 'addition Is seeking to the titles$500,000 to two Also yesterday Hearing commissioners Set Phosphate Firms' Workers ,Make 1. ,1rE 'STOCl .S if *

pieces of property totaling 173 set May 26 as the date \ I
acres, at Lodwick Airport in of 4 f 3 e C r The InvestorBy
a public hearing on a request - Daily
Lakeland.. for a water franchise in Record $8,750,000 For Year
I The suit charges that the city the Lake Gibson area north of 'ift.Qu.t.: ..;"". ...,j !14i 1
"Has failed, refused and neglected Lakeland. R."l1Old', WILLIAM A. DOYLE Let's face it. This was one of
to execute" ad agreement Failed to take action on a Lakeland area residents on last year with 1,172 residentson panics on Jan 1 this year \ * {, a Q. I bought 19 shares of Ad- I the favorite stocks recommend

made in 195S, when Win request from Tampa Electric phosphate company payrolls industry payrolls as of Jan with earnings In 1963 of $3- dressograph Multlgraph stock ed by many brokerage firms In
der had indicated it would locate Co., which asked that Its permits earned more than $8,750,000 in 1 this and in 516,000. This area Includes I AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE about a year ago at $70 a share.It the latter part of 1961. Those
a plant at the old airport. for constructing power 1963, a new record accordingto year earnings Homeland. Pembroke and was down from a high of recommendations ("touting" Is

Agreement" Copy Flied lines along county rlght- f. figures released by the 1963 of $6,723,000. This is an Bowling Green Am Elec ................. H/4 about $109 a share. Remembering the word they use around the
way be extended from five to Florida Phosphate Council increase over the $6,511.000 Figures for the Winter Ha- Barnes Eng ............... 21% your .warning, that. "youcan't race tracks) sent the market
Filed with the suit is a copy 20 years. here today. earned by 1.143 residents in ven-Auburndale area show 289 Dorsey Corp .............. 7 always buy at the bottom price of the stock sky-high.
of an alleged agreement be- council Is of 1962. The Bartow area includes and sell at the top," I felt thata Then came the famous (as
Opened bids on three The composed residents working for phos- Falcon Sea Dr ............ 10%
tween Lakeland and Winder officials. items, two of which were filed the nine phosphate companies Homeland, Alturas and Lake phate companies and earning Guard Chem ............. 10% drop of close to $40 a share long as we're picking words
for study. with plants operating in the Garfield $1,658,000 last year. This com Gulf Am ................. 4% From the high was a good bet. let'. make it "infamous") stock
I The agreement signed by Commissioners voted Polk-East Hillsborough county Despite a slight decrease in pares with 266 residents and Gulf Sulphur ......... .... 7 But It 'Is now down to about market slump of 1962.
then Lakeland Mayor Scott Kelly for to purchase area. workers and earnings becauseof earning. of slightly more than Kratter ...........,....... 9 I $47 a share The high flyers of 1961 took
was for the city to sell 130 a new car the from construction The number of Lakeland relocation of employed, the $1,500,000 in 1962. Redwing Carrier ......... 12% The market price of this stock the biggest drops in the 1962

acres at the airport to Winder department area residents working for Mulberry area continued important East Hillsborough County Stephan Co. .............. .9 has been going down even dump. Addressograph Multi.
Lakeland Ford Co.
for 13000. totaled 1854.35 after. whose bid these companies also has with earnings of 88,- residents represent more thana Syntex ..... ............... 69% though: Its earnings and dividends graph was (and still Is) a prime
allowing reached a new high the council 190,000 last year and 1,079 residents fourth of the total earningsby have been going up. The example.
The suit explains that Winder $385 the trade-in of Tampa Elec .............. 25%
officials gave the city $500 "To on used.Commissioners the said totalling 1,528 on Jan. employed as of Jan, 1, employee of the companies Textron Inc o......., ...,. 4% market price went down before The company has a good rec
bind the agreement". car now being 1 this year. 1964. The Mulberry area includes in. the Polk-East Hillsborough the company was mixed up In ord. But the market price it
filed for. Bradley Pierce Nichols county area. As of Jan. 1 this lawsuits with Xerox Corp. reached late in 1961 was just
The suit says an amendmentwas study bids on an addition to Earnings Grow and Brewster. year there were 1,630 Hills- OVER-TIIE-COUNTER I bought this stock at a time too high in relation to Its

filed to the original agreement the county stockade and reinforcing This compares with 1,502 on The council figures showed borough county residents on MUTUAL FUNDS when many brokerage firms earning. and dividends
on August 30, 1955. The steel described by Jan. 1 last ; 1.442 on Jan. recommended It. Now I seldomsee The big simp in the overall
year 613 Fort Meade area residents phosphate payrolls, with eaernIngs Affiliated Fund .......... 874
alleged amendment was an Woods as an annual bid for 1,1962; 1,389 on Jan. 1. 1961. working for phosphate com__ of $9,500,000 J".I 1943._ Allco ....................... 7% It mentioned What's wrong lock market (and In the market
agreement for city officials to the engineering departmentA and 1,262 on Jan. 1, 1960. Am Express ...........v.. 43 with It? price of this stock) scared many
sell 43 acres of land at the airport $28,480 bid by R. W. Des- Phosphate workers averaged Auto Merch ...........,1% A. A fast answer would haveto people away from it. I
to Winder for $4,300. $1,000 more in earnings last Lakeland Civic Clubs be "nothing" The stock of The warning here that
pard Co. was the apparent low Chase Man Bank ........ 71% you
The suit charges that Winder bid on the stockade addition year than five years ago the Eckerd's Drug ...,....,,. 18 that company still represents can't always buy at the bottomthe
repeatedly tried to complete which is scheduled to almost council said its survey of Hold Two Straw VotesTwo Fidelity Fund ............ 17.71 much the same thing as it did ( low price) and sell at the
terms of the agreement but that double the Inmate capacity of member companies showed.In Fla. Gas ._ .............. 11% when' you bought your 10 ,shares top '(the high price) doesn't
Lakeland officials Ignored "de the stockade 195$, the average annual Fla. Pub.. UtllFla. ............. 22%I Thecampany'aP' .' necessarily mean that you have
mands" for the sale to be com wage for phosphate employee separate straw votes Ginn 11; Miller 12j; Strain Steel .........?...... 9'%I earnings have a "good bet" when you buy a
pleted. was $4,668 compared with $5, taken In Lakeland yesterdaygave 12; Thornhill 3. Fla. Tel. .................., 26 shown a steadyncrease. 4J stock well down from 'its high.

\ Property Costs More Ft. Meade 736 In 1963.PhOlphate. clear-cut victories to School Superintendent Fla. Tile .................., 16 So ''; ,.'., The complicated litigation Involving
II workers living some candidates but left the Boone 25; Read 26. Founders Life .........,.. 81), have the divi 1 Addressograph Multi- ,
As a result, the suit says, Inside the Lakeland city limits situation confused. in other Supervisor of RegistrationHolly Gulf Life i............ ...,.56t: deeds.The. ; graph and Xerox Corp. has
Winder was forced to locate its Youth IsArrested earned Just under $8,000,000 races 5; Palmer 24; Mrs Incorp Invest ............ 7.8:;2 market \ thrown a cloud over the whole
plant in Dunelkm. "after acquiring last year. The council figures The votes were taken by the Work 28.Crlminal. Inter County Tel ft Tel .., 59 prIce reached situation. It has put a chill\ into
I property at a cost In excess showed 1,393 persons residingIn LakelanJ Rotary Club and by i J Court Clerk- Jackson Mln Mart., ... 5 7/i/ an. all-time high s the former demand for Address
Of $200,000." Lakeland proper earned $7, the Lakeland Board of Real Brown, 25; Haslett 24 Lewis Bus Forms .....r.....16 ( Of $10933 a I. ograph-Multigraph dock ;But

The petition explains that 990,000 in 1963 This Is $220,000i tors. County Commissioner, District Nationwide ......,..'....,... 18% share) late In that company continues .to' da
Winder, a manufacturer of airplane A 19-year-old Ft. Meade youtw. more than in 1962 when 1.r The results of the Rotary 1-Burt 12; Kegley 2; A. H. Robins .'......;...... 37H I''J961 .. at the' well.
parts "Is still ready and .. arrested yesterday b, 364 persons living inside the voting were: Pipkin 7; Woods 31. Taylor Inst ............. ..,44 height of the so- TTT DOYLE T
Lakeland police and charged 1 l city limits earned 7770000. County Commissioner, District called "bull Q. The company In which I
willing to pay the purchase U. S. Senator-Holland 105 T. V. Elec Fund ........ 811 I
price.. with indecent exposure and uu s I Other communities Included ; 3-Dunlon. 28; Musso, Trans Gas Pipe Line ..<.. 21% market. when the prices ol f r own stock continues to report

Details and disposition of the of lewd and profane language. as part of the Lakeland area Odham 4.GovernorBurns. 22. Travelers ................. 51%'I many, many stocks were bid I "book' value" well above the
He identified Detective are Highland City with 76 6: Dickinson County Commissioner Die way up market value of the slock. Is
the firm was by United IliumUniversal .............. 38%
suit filed by Chamber of againstthe Com W, R. Sangster as Johnnie t I phosphate employee, Eaton 11; High. 0; Karl, 5; Kel trlct 5-Combee. 38; Jones 7; Foods .......,.. .30 I You say you paid $70 a share. his really Important?
Lakeland Nelson Mosley who was ar. Park with 54 and Kathleen ly. 70; Mathews, 26. Sedmera 6. Addrsseograph-Multlgnph stock A. Not unless the company's
merce in 1957 were not immedi rested early yesterday morning t with five. Attorney General-Falrcloth, School Board District 1 traded around that price in assets are in things on which it
ately available today. on a warrant signed by one ol' Numbers Increase 43; Kynes. 35. McKeel, 43; Phillips; 15. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE March and April of 1962 when could realize the actual book

the alleged victims of the offense. Public Utilities Commissioner School Board, District 4 stock prices were headed down- value, if the company decidedto
For all Polk County residents Brumbaugh, 34; Race, 15. sell\ those assets
-Brewer, 10 Mason, 44. hill.It
; Latest H
Negro Has Five Sangster said on Monday afternoon earnings last year to- (No votes were cast in the a.m. fell below $40 a share and, As has been pointed out hereIn
State 40! Close Price
Attorney ,
a woman reported a talled almost $26,500,000 an increase Flood. 16. District 5 constable's race.) has since been bouncing aroundat the past book value of corn-

Deducted man had exposed himself as of $900,000 over 1962 Air Reduction... 57% 67% somewhat above that level man stock seldom has any real
Years she was walking on South and almost $6,500,000 greater State Senator Curtis 1; Polk Road Aldens ............ 28\% 281% Its market price went up to $68 relationship to market value as
Florida Avenue. than five years ago. Griffin 55; Yancey. 25. Allegheny Ludlum. 43% 43% a share late last year and then' fir as common stock is con-
Sentence' The record earnings in 1963 House of Representatives, went into another slump I cerned.
From Allied Chemicals. 54% 54%
Another woman reported a reflect substantial increases Group 2-Mattox, 59; Quinn Work Bids
Allied Stores ..... 60
Boys\ %
man. sitting In a car had exposed both In the number of workers 1; Turner. ..
BARTOW An 18-year-old himself In downtown and their earnings.As House of Representatives Am Bosch ....... 13% 13% Latest II a.m. Latest nl.m.
Negro who was returned from Lakeland. She described the of Jan.average 1 this year the Group 3 Hlgglnbottom, Ij; Said HighBARTOW Am Cyanamid... 64 63%' Close PriceW. Close Price
Raiford State Prison for retrial man to officers,, and signed a 27 Am Home Prd ... 86% 66%
council survey showed 4,592 SprotC ; Storey ; West 3. R. Grace 52% 634 Safeway Stores 63% 631
yesterday had five years dosducted "John Doe" warrant at that Circuit Court Am Hospital ..... 23% NS I
Polk County residents employed Clerk-Dixon, Apparent low Scott
20 Great A t P Tea 37% 37ft Paper 36* 36%
from his original .sen time. the nine 13; Stone 13; Vaughn, 43. bids three Am Mach It Frdy 20V %
J by phosphate companies on Polk County's priority Greyhound 57'57' Seaboard Air R..8 461%
tense Sangster said both women operating in the Polk Sheriff Brannen, 65; Gor secondary road projects Am Metal Prd ... 20% 21 % Sears 1071107%
In the criminal court James positively identified MOl ley aft and East Hillsborough area don. 3; Howell 2; Rogers 10. exceeded estimates by more Am Motor ...,... 16 16 I Grumman 39% 39% Shlttuck 151NS
Williamson, alias Sonny Ray er his arrest as the man who 188 more than on Jan. I, 1960. Tax Assessor Roden 59; than $250,000.Bide Am Res It Dev.. 23% 23% IBM 583% 586nt Sinclair Oil 456
17090 Palmetto Street Bartow. had allegedly exposed himself Total earnings by 6,374 work Rosa, II. opened In Tallahassee Am Seating ...... 37/ 37 Harvester 70% 70% Socony 77% 451,4
pleaded guilty to four charges to them. Mosley was released ers living in Polk. Hillsbor Tax Collector Cooper 44; yesterday for realignment of'Am Tobacco ...., 128% 34% IMC 9% NS S. C. EJec 1& Gas 58 NS
of forgery and Judge Roy H. on bond but will appear for ough-and other counties was Ginn. 18; Miller. 13; Strain Lucerne Park Road, construction 'Am Tel & Tel.... 141% 141% tot Mln It Chem 71U 73'4' Southern 5746 5734

Amidon dealt out sentences totaling court tomorrow afternoon. slightly more than $36,500,000 5; Thornhill, 1. of Scott Lake Road, and Ampex ........... 15r15% Int Paper 33I33'4 Sperry Rand 16 1614Spiegel
three years. last year $1,000,000 more than School Superintendent grading and surfacing the Old Arts Pub Ser ..... 35335% Int Tel & Tel 56% 56% 3134 311
In late 1961 Williamson who in 1962 and double what it Boone 30; Reld,45.Supervisor Aubumdale Road totaled $987-'Armco Steel..... 74% 74i/4 Jones IL Laughlin 74% 74% Sid Oil Cal 68 681,4
retrial under the MASS GRAVE FOUND ........ 28' 28 Kelsey Hayes 38% 3614
requested a was 10 years aao.Bartow of Registration- 240, as compared with estimates Atcha Top % % Std Oil Ind 72% 73'Std
public defender law. was sentenced WARSAW (AP-A Polish paper Second Holly 4; Palmer, 12; Mrs. totaling $735,000. Atl! Refin ......... 56% 156% Kerr-McGee 38% 38% Oil N. J. 8534 86\
to eight years. says a mass grave contain. Work. 49.Criminal. County Commission Chairman Auto Can ,........ 14% 14% Korvette 28% 29 Sunray OIl 30'l 31
Amidon ruled Williamson is ing an estimated 10,000 Nazi The Bartow area was second i Court Clerk- Wilmer McCutcheon and county Avco ........... .. 20% 20% Lear-Slegler 13 13 Tenn aaa 'bane 22
% 2236
entitled to have time already victims has been unearthed in to Lakeland among Polk Brown 15; Haslett 48. engineer C. W. Fielding had not Beneficial....... 50150 Llggette t Myers 79 79% Texaco 77 77
served deducted from the new a former sports stadium In county communities in phosphate County Commissioner District returned from Tallahassee early ,Beth Steel....... 36% 35% Litton Inds 67'67% Texas Gulf SuJ 52* 53Ya
sentence. Warsaw. workers_and earnings 1-Burt. 5; Kegley 1; this morning and could not be Blaw-Knox ....... 27% 27% Lone Star Gas 23 23 Tidewater 3334
Pipkin. 14; Woods 50. reached for comment on the Borg-Wsrner ..... 473477.. Loral Elec 6% 6% Tractor Sup 201 2034
County Commissioner District . bid. Brunswick I ........ 10 101/! P. Lorrillard 47% 47% Union flag 38 38%
3-Dunson. 25; Musso, The county's estimated cost Burlington....... 441/4 441.41 Madison Fd 19'/i 19 : r 48. of realigning Lucerne Park Burroughs,....... 22% 22% Magnavox 38% 3H'/4' Union Pac 41% 41"%
W l '
it f l County Commissioner District . Road from Winter Haven to Cat Tractor ...... 59 59% Marguardt 11% Jl'/ UnIon Tank 41* 42
-i' ; 5-Combee 63; Jones, 5; Haines City a distance of eight Celanese! ......... 67% 67% Martin Marietta 18% 18'/i' United Fin 27 NS
Sedmera 6. miles, was $500,000. The apparent Chemetron ....... 21127% McCrory ll'/ 11% United Fruit 21121
I Ii School Board, District 1- low bid of $715,688 was Ches t Ohio ... ... 72 11% McKesson 44'/4 NS U.S. Indl 9% NS
t McKeel 42; Phillips 29. submitted by J, D. Manley Construction Chrysler ......... 45% 46 Merck 112% 133% U.S. Rubber 511-1 51%
_' School Board, District 4 Co. of Leesburg Cln Gas ft Elec 28 26 Minn. Hnwl 124% 124% U.S. Steel 57 5 634
i i9 y fiq y Brumbaugh 51; Race 19. The county had estimated the Cities: Ser 89 70 MMM 64% 63% Upjohn 51 51
Constable District 5-Corn- cost of constructing the Scott Coca ColaColgate 127'.4 127% Montg Ward 381/ 38% Vendo 17% 17
: bee. 16; Kitchens, 3; Ready, 5. Lake Road from State Road Pal 42 43 Nat Biscuit B' % 61 Warner-Lambert 29% 293'W
r r I" The Board of Realtors vote 540-A to Lakeland's south city Collins Radolumbla 183% 18%I. Nat Can 16% 16% Air Brake 34 341
t Included: limits at $160.000. : Gas 2834 28%' Nat Dairy 731/ 73% Westinghouse 327. 33%
a U. S. Senator-Holland, 50; The apparent low bid of $203- Com CreditEdison 411% NS Nat Fuel 32% NS Wlnn Dixie 327 :r.z%
r sJ Odham. 4. 562 was submitted by Superior Con S51 85% Nat Gypsum 501,41O! *% Woolworth 84 8334
2 Governor-Duma. 6; Dickinson Paving Co. of Lakeland. Con Foods 53'i 53% Nat Tea 16% NS Xerox 96 96y'
4; High I; Karl 2; Kelly, Commissioners had estimatedthe Consumer Pwr 44% 44 Iii Nla-Mohawk 51% 51% Zenith Rad 77% 783'
40; Mathews 4. cost of grading and surfacing Cont Can 47 47% Okla Gas & Elec 27% 28 Occidental 24324%
M F Attorney General Falrclolh, the Old Auburndale Road Cont Oil 87% 68 Outboard Marine 17 17% Jim Walter 3334 NS
24; Kynes. 25. Pac Gas & Elec 32Vi 32%
from Berkley Road to State Ctrl Data 89% lIra
s Public Utilities Commissioner Road 559 at $75,000. Superior fern Prds 63% 63%I Pin' Am Sulphur 29% 29%

1 x, -Brewer, 13; Mason, 28. Paving submitted an apparentlow Crown CorkCurtlMWrleht 32% 32% Parke Davis 29 29% Safety Councils
State Attorney-Darty, 34; bid of 67990. 181.4 18% Penney, J. C. 51% 52'/4\ .
tM Flood. 11. Den Rio-R R 201% 20% Pepsi Cola 52 52'/
State Senator Curtis, 4; De Soto Chem 23% NS Pfizer 48% 48% Of Florida Cities
Griffin. 19; Yancey 35. Negro May SeekGovernorship Dr. Pepper 32% 33 Phila Clec 33 33'4hlllip
Home of Representatives Dresser Inds 31 32 Morris 81% NS Will
Group 2-Mattox. 35; Quinn DuPont 259ra 259% Phillips Pet 51 51 OrganizeTALLAHASSEE
rr 5; Turner 13. Eastman Kodak 128\oi\ 128 Phelph Dodge 70% 70/
House of Representatives. Gamble Skgmo 333% 33 Piper Air 46% 47% (AP) FlorIda -
Group 3 Hlgglnbottom >; BOSTON (AP) Atty. Gen. Cia P.c 65% NS Pit Plate Glass 68% 68% safety councils in major cities .
Sprott, 23; Storey 15; West, 1. Edward W Brooke of Massachusetts . Gen Elec 84% 84 Proctor Gamble 81 81% will form a federation Thursday -

BAIIIS AU HONORED "Mm ono* Master of Ukolaaa". for 144 wen ..-.** .lo.t night' Circuit Court Clerk-Dixon. holder of the highest: Gen Foods 8fi% 88lhI Pure Oil 44 44 at Orlando In an effort to
.t coromoalo ot 5t.. city auo'itofrm", .on oro. ky the Disabled. American V........ Pictured, 14; Stone. II; Vaughn, 24. elective office of any Negro In I Gen Mot 123 12% Raybestos Man 46% NS more closely coordinate their

left. t right. ant Mr*. rUhort J......., chairman. of the baby shawl 5.....* Whito, winner ., rho Sheriff-Brannen, 41; Gordon the country says he may run I Gen Motors 8J% 84 Rep Steel 44% 44% work
1; Howell 0; Rogers, 7. for governor Gen Tel Elec 33% 333 R. J. Reynolds 4S'48"'\ \. Leaders of safety councils
..M..... of Le..... "' award; Mr*. Royco White, Shoan's mother Mr. Chariot Bennett, ihewo'tracror. Tax Assessor .
Roden 32, Brooke told newsmen Tuesday Gen Time 12 12-\! Reynolds Met 40'/4 40% from a dozen cities are to gather
Mi. C. ....... aloam, sad. bee daughter,. They torn, winner of she "Miw"ir.r end. Rossi. 20. he'll make his decision by. Gen Tire Rhod Sel Trust 6% 6% 'and adopt a constitution for a

Mr*. Derertiy Ge....... c -ck.irmin of the draw. Tax Collector Cooper 16;, the middle of next month Gillette 30'303e R. C. Cola 69% W'/i'! statewide federation.


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1$-A LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, April 2>, 1N4

\ Bryant
; . .


FREE a- TODAYPARKING WeekUnder proclamation of Gov.

yIt a g' FOR CHOICE Farris observed Bryant,as this"Florida week Is'Pro being

ducts Week" to accent the fact

i IN OUR LOT l PICKINGSrtha enjoying that the more state's nutritious residents and are

varied meals at lower cost than
ever before.
For the fourth straight year
the "Dixie Products Spring Fes
tival" Is being marked by abundant
displays of home-grown
products at the 631 Winn-D xs
supermarkets throughout the
South.In .
his proclamation Gov.Bryant

OPEN DAY & NIGHT for 58 HOURS contribution"Florida produce Productivity agriculture to are the making Cited state's and a Florida vast economic

well being, and Americans .
The Later the Hour, the Better We'll Deal! If You Can't Buy Now, Come In and Watch the Trading That's Going On! are and enjoying more varied more mealsat nutritious .

a lower real cost relative to

Sale Starts Thursday at 8:00 A.M., and Ends Saturday. at 6:00 P.M. Try and Catch Us While We're, Sleeping! wages"Florida than Is ever one of before.the world's

most productive agriculturalareas
growing almost every
0 0 crop known to man and yielding
great varieties of vegetables.
154 MAYTAGS ATTENTION NOTICE fruits many and types berries.of citrus, tropical

(ALL BRAND NEW MODELS) "Its citrus production leads
Here's your chance to buy the finest laundry equipment I If You Plan A.New Washer the world, producing 70 per cent
Buying or
MUST BE SOLD IN THREE in the world at prices you can afford! Automatic P of the world's grapefruit, 20 per
p Washers! Wringer Washers! Dryers! I havepurchased cent of the world's oranges
carloads of famous direct from Dryer During The Next Six Months
Ij 1 DAYS 3 EVERY HOUR more than 90 per cent of the
I the May tal factory to bring you this truly great world's orange concentrate, and
sale! You Owe It to Yourself to Buy Now 80 per cent of the world's total
DAY AND NIGHT Sincerely processed citrus products.
During This Big 58-Hour Marathon! "florida is first in the winter
E FOR 58 HOURS! Charles' Whllten E production, cabbage of snap sweet beans corn, tomatoes cu..

DEAL OF YOUR LIFE, SEE US NOW! BUY NOW AND SAVE! The Sale of All Sales!!! cumbers, radishes egg plant, watermelons, green peppers .,

and second In celery producedfor

N N.j the Milk fresh Sets market.Record

"Our dairymen average a
higher milk production per cow
rade..We'll Deal than the producers of the other
13 Southern states. Our many
other arlculturallndu.trlel produced
quality agricultural products
for shipment throughout

COME IN AND MAKE US AN OFFER!!! all foreign corners countries.of America and to

D D Most of the other Southern

If You Cent5* Kin; Wiiriiic/ Tilts Sale Give Up! No Reasonable Offer Refused; Governors proclamations.The have. Issued similar

"Dixie Products Spring
MORE PEOPLE USE MAYTAG THAN ANY OTHER MAKEI Festival" is helping emphasize
the fact that Floridians are eating
A A more produce, beef pork
WONL'SY t One Button Automatic Washer poultry and dairy products thai
,... ) ever before.
="' ;: ""- -" -
J aoNO MONEY DOWN plays in the Smith's economy

PERATURE, AND WASH TIMI . ALL AUTOMATICALLY 9 .-r _. Y. 220 In his salaries company last paid year.$65,329 Other
:'01! ."""" ,
figures were: costs

;..:.I..I. J\' .:..:.:1..:.::..:._..... I.:....;:.I..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.. _. -.: ....;.:-.... WITH TRADE _h. (:' e r $13,122,405 social; local security taxes)($2,692-not Including
: i iit". t I.C
i'i 1 .t j I' I 406; advertising expenses, sa"-
=- { A BIOO'-HOB to 497,897. and utilities expense
,," $6,183,901all totaling $93,823-
"" : .
,I FIRST PAYMENT DUE .i" gentle/ even heat .:: IA 811.
The actual scope of the stores'
I surrounds clothes
a operation, however, is shown in
:' the figures on the food handled
AUTOMATICS JUNE 15 1964 \: during the course of one year,
. ; ;/ A total of 1.M4.9HOOO pounds of
I. RATED NUMBER '' groceries and 1,232,772,000
I pounds of perishables were soldin

The $ 76 Lakeland
i I You can Own a new Maytag Automatic I Per Avfe. Dryirt

Analysis I Report fJ I Dryer for only .. . . .. .<.. .,.. WeekI Woman HurtIn
!;i1 RUSTPROOF! I GUI er Electric MtMt fe Choose Item
O :
'. i I CrashA
= 19
i You can own a new May tal Automatic 4. Per

Wosherforonty! ... .. . ... . .. . Week HAVE HAIO-OF-HEAT Lakeland woman was In-
jured in a twO-Car: accident yes
terday morning at the cornerof
You con own both the Maytag Wether 327 Per the Combee Road. The driverof
DRYERS at PRICES YOU'LL LIKE! and Dryer far only . . .. .. ,. Week .....,...", ...t GUARANTEED TO DRY the second car. Harry Truman
Bonnie Drive,was charged with
TO OPERATE,YOUR MONEY SACK. N.cloth.t failure to yield the right of way
Filter Agitator Washer-Halo Heat Dryers You can own the May to, Wringer $]48 Per ytllawmf. N. thrink.|.. Ftwtr wrinkle M.kt at a stop sign.
Pitts West, of 1829
Timed Bleach Injection Wother for only ,.. .. .... .,,. .. Week ether dryttt .U fthion4 . < the Rohr Only I Clvitan Myrna St., was admitted to the
I Different D" .,. emergency room of Lakeland
I General Hospital suffering from
r era Highway Patrolman R. C
McNutt said the 11:40: a. m.
accident occurred when Mes
Giant OUT-OF-TOWN MAYTAG sick failed to stop for the sign
G G j and was struck in the intersection .
BUYERS Wringer Washers by the West car. Messick's
Trade-In M 1964 model car was travelingwest
and the 1962 automobile
BRING YOUR TRUCK Get a really clean wash with noOn driven by the West woman was
7 lint problems with a Maytag traveling south.
H Washers H Damage to Messick's car was
lint-Filter AgitatorMarathon estimated at $800 and damageto
During This the West estimatedat
208 N. FLORIDA AVE. auto was
e Dispenses Soap or Detergent

Moytog . By Far the World's WE GUARANTEE Mu.l
T Fastest Selling Washers e 7 Models to Choose From TO SAVE YOU $ $ $ Giant TradeInN 2 u T Honolulu Mayor
Mail Orden Filled Freight Allowed Anywhere Stunned By

Tot's Command

I Neal S. Blaisdell of Honolulu
41 Years of Dependable Service in Lakeland |-but could scarcely he didn't believe crack his a smile ears

until after: the Japanese girl
Add to Your !looked away
The mayor gave a luncheonfor
PresentAccount auto electric We three visiting Japanese or.
phan girls from Osaka who are
I staying with Army families at
AppreciateWith Hawaii's Schofield Barracks
None of them knows much Eng
With No TV & APPLIANCES lish.When BlaudeU's limousine

DownPayment pulled up to the Oahu Country
Business Club Mikiko Kato 10, held her
208 N. Florida Downtown Lakeland MU 6-3333 I hand out and called to the may.or .
"Come on baby, let's go.: "
He figures she picked up the

e0PJ# BELIEVE IN M/CmS PEOPLE BELlEV* IN MAYTAG ptfpptE RELIEVE IN MAYTAC PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG (Phrase-from-the the GI longest family she she knows is visI .

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Voters To Be Notified LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 28,1961I-B


Where To Cast VoteBARTOW S

Polk County' coming election because of the

76.878registered voten loon realignment of voter precincts r .... ,.. .._......____u .__
will receive in the mail a '
postcard notifying each voterof which complete have taken registration since, : 'I J I
the number of the precinctthat last November.The place STOCK MARKET FLASHESNEW
he is registered In ]r r
the polling place of that precinct precinct realignment Increased 1- .
i the number of voting YORK (AP-The stock Anaconda eased % to 43% on I Reynolds Tobacco lost % at
Commissioner Floyd Woods places in the county from 47 market was mixed in moderately 1,800 shares.Opening '48% on 1.200 shares

announced yesterday that the to 91. M active trading at the opening on 1.000-share trans I Allied Chemical gained U at
\ postcards will be placed in the Study SessionIn today, actions New York Central lost 54% on 1,100 shares
mail tomorrow and should be Changes of most key stocks % at 34%; Jonathan Logan recovered I American Motors was un
in the hands of Polk voten by other the election matters k'J were narrow. M .t 18; Eastern AirLines ;changed. Santa Fe and Sears
Friday or Saturday yesterday commission letFrid.y { u i I 1 t Opening blocks Included: wu up % at 36%; and Roebuck added fractions Beth
as the date for a special : it, 1 t3L : Ford off H at 55
Commissioner Alan Trask x Chrysler up % at 43ft on 3,500 was %. lehem and Montgomery Ward
study session for poll shares Westinghouse Electric i On 1,900-share openers Electrical
pointed out that a good deal workers and said five ; dropped fractions.
of confusion surrounds the up. from each men up % at 33% on 3,000; and Musical Industries lost Yesterday the Associated
commission district American Telephone off }f at % at 7% and American Tobacco Press average of 60 stocks rose
will be
busy all day tomorrow 41H on 1,800.BLUE declined 18 at 34,%. I 19 to 303.8.
moving voting machines to the' .
Corp. ', .
various polls. CHIPS
Tom Hyman commission 7;
Sues City business manager said letters
have ben mailed to all of the : 'X WAS 13LD 'J1.I1! $bol OF

precinct clerks notifying themof __ Bbd MY FAILURE 'IN'' 'fI.IE STOCK I coil 0111 I NAD
For $500,000 the study session, scheduledfor MARKET STEMS FPOM\:: AM A vERY HAPPY
7:30 p.m. Friday at the -.' AMUNHAPPVCHLPHOOP,60I : S CNILDNOOp .
BARTOW A $500.000 damage Livestock Pavilion south of ANALYSIS...
suit has been filed in circuit Bartow. f

court here against the city of The request for the manpower
Lakeland. to move the voting machines MAN THAT'S COMPLICATED leyd Cloy*.*, right, end Larry Merklty' ccunty "',
Plaintiff In the suit Is Winder to the various precincts MHO area, take. *n lie nninrlabl. toik .f djvitlng a rating m chin.. At Is evident .111".1 :
;Aircraft Corp. which sued the came from Larry Markley nee deer to Ik. m ckin. epee (tit I. telicd during .(.criem). It appears to be a mass .f

Lakeland Chamber of Commerce who is In charge of mainten- wIth a few ..a. .f paper mixed. I.. (Ledger PHoto ky Stuart ., ,
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M fMl MI"M
in 1957. ance for the machines. .YKM/M

In 'addition to the $500.000, Hearing Set Firms' Workers Make * * *
Winder is seeking titles ,to two Also yesterday commissioners Phosphate
pieces of property totaling 173 set 26 I
May as the date
b acres, at Lodwick Airport in of a public hearing on a request 6 rl r The Daily Investor
Lakeland.. for Record
a water franchise In $8,750,000 For YearLakeland '
The suit charges that the city the Lake Gibson area north of
"Has failed refused and ne Lakeland. I By WILLIAM A, DOYLEQ. Let's face it. This was one of

glected to execute" an agree -Failed to take action on a area residents on last year, with 1,172 residentson panies on Jan 1 this year I bought 10 shares of Ad- the favorite stocks recommend.
ment made in 1955 when Winder request from Tampa ElectricCo. phosphate company payrolls Industry payrolls as of Jan. with earnings in 1963 of $3,- Iressograph Multlgraph stock ed by many brokerage firms in
had indicated it would locate ., which asked that its permits earned more than $8,750,000 in 1 this and In 516,000. This area includes: AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE about a year ago at $70 a share. the latter part of 1961. Those
a plant at the old airport. for constructing power 1963 a new record accordingto year earnings Homeland Pembroke and It was down from a high of recommendations ("touting" Is

'Agreement" Copy Filed lines along county right-of- figures released by the 1963 of $6,723.000. This is an Bowling Green. Am Elec ................. l'/4 about $109 a share. Remembering the word they use around the
I way be extended from five to Florida Phosphate Council increase over the $6,511,000 Figures for the Winter HavenAuburndale Barnes Eng ............... 21% your warning, that "youean't ace tracks) sent the market
Filed with the suit is a copy 20 years. here today. earned by 1.143 residents in area show 289 Dorsey Corp .............. 7 always buy at the bottom price of the stock sky-high.
of an alleged agreement between Opened bids on three The council Is composed of 1962. The Bartow area includes residents working for phosphate Falcon Sea Dr ............ 10% and sell at the top," I felt hat Then came the famous (as
Lakeland and Winder of. Items, two of which were filed the nine phosphate companieswith Homeland Alturas and Lake companie. and earning Guard Chem ............. 10% a drop of close to $40 a share long as we're picking words,
, ficials. for study plants operating in the Garfield. $1,658,900'ast year, This compares Gulf Am ................. 4% from the high was a good bet. let's make It "infamous") stock
\ The agreement, signed by Commissioners voted Polk-East Hillsborough county Despite a slight decrease in with 266 residents and Gulf Sulphur ............. 7 But It Is now down to about market, slump of 1962.
I then Lakeland Mayor Scott Kelly to purchase area workers and earnings becauseof earnings of slightly more than Kratter ................... 9 $47 a share. The high flyers of 1961 took
I was for the city to sell 130 a new car for the construction The number of Lakelandarea relocation of employee the $1,500.000 In 1962. Redwing Carrier ......... 12% The market price of this stock the biggest drops 11the 1962

acres at the airport to Winderfor department from residents working for Mulberry area continued important East Hillsborough County Stephan Co. .............. 9 has been going down even slump. Addressograph Multl
Lakeland Ford Co. whose bid these companies also has with earnings of $d,- residents than though: Its earnings and divIdends graph was (and still Is) a prime
13000. totaled represent more Syntex .................... 69%
The suit explains that Winder $385 $1,854.35 the trade-in after allowing reached a new high, the council 190,000 last year and 1.079 residents a fourth of the total earnings Tampa Elec .............. 25% have been going up. The example.The .
officials gave the city $500 'To on uled.Coomls.lonen of the said totalling 1,528 on Jan. employed as of Jan, 1. by employes of the companies Textron Inc .............. 4% market price went down before company has a good rec
bind the car now being 1 this year. 1964. The Mulberry area Includes in., the Polk-East Hillsborough the company was mixed up In ord. But the market price It
agreement" filed I for Bradley Pierce Niche county area. As of Jan 1 this lawsuits with Xerox Corp.I reached late In 1961 was just
The suit says an amendmentwas study bid. on an addition to Earnings Grow ols and Brewster year there were 1,630 Hills. OVER-TIIE-COUNTER bought this stock at a time too high in relation to its

filed to the original agree- the county stockade and reinforcing This compares with 1,502 on The council figures showed borough county residents on MUTUAL FUNDS when many brokerage firms earnings and dividends.The .

ment on August 30, 1955. The steel described by Jan. 1 last year; 1,442 on Jan 613 Fort Meade area residents phosphate payrolls, with eaern- Affiliated Fund .......... 8.74 recommended It. Now I seldomsee big simp In the over-all

alleged amendment was an Woods as an annual bid forth 1. 1962; 1,389 on Jan. 1. 1961, working for phosphate com ings of $9.500.000 in 1963. Alico ....................... 7% It mentioned. What's wrong stock market (and In the market,
agreement for city officials to. engineering departmentA and 1.262 on Jan 1. 1960. Am Express ...........\.. 43 with ItT price of this stock) scared many
sell 43 acres of land at the airport $28,480 bid by R. W. Des- Phosphate workers averaged Auto Merch ......,........ 1% A. A fast answer would haveto people away from It.
to Winder for 4300. pard Co. was the apparent low $1,000 more In earnings last Lakeland Civic Clubs Chase Man Bank ........ 71% be "nothing." The stock of The warning here that you
The suit charges that Winder bid on the stockade addition year than five years ago the Eckerd's Drug ........... 18 that company still represents can't always buy at the bottomthe
repeatedly tried to complete which Is scheduled to almost council said Its survey of Hold Two Straw VotesTwo Fidelity Fund ... ......... 17.71 much the same thing as it did ( low price) and sell at the
terms of the agreement but that double the Inmate capacity of member companies showed.In Fla. Ga .................. 11'/ when you bought your 10 shares top (the high price) doesn't
\ Lakeland officials ignored "de- the stockade 195$. the average annual Fla. Pub. Util ............. 22% The company's k" necessarily mean that you havea
e mands" for the sale to be com wage for phosphate employes separate straw votes Ginn 11; Miller 12; Strain I Fla. Steel ................. 9% earnings have "good bet" when you buy a
pleted. was $4,668. compared with $5: taken In Lakeland yesterday 12; ThornhiU 3. Fla. Tel. ............... ... 26 shown a steadyncrease. f stock well down from its high.
Cost More Ft. Meade 736 in 1963.Phosphate. gave clear-cut victories to School Superintendent Fla. Tile ...,...,.......... 16 So 't The complicated litigation Involving -
II' Property workers living some candidates, but left the Boone, 25; Read 26. Founder. Life ........... 9V have the divi ,' Addressograph Multl-
As a result, the suit says, Inside the Lakeland city limits situation confused in other Supervisor of Registration- Gulf Life i...............1. 56VIncorp dends. graph and Xerox Corp. has
Winder was forced to locate its Youth IsArrested earned just under $8.000,000last races. Holly S; Palmer 24; Mrs. Invest ............ 7.62: The market fan ) thrown a cloud over the wholo-
1 plant in Dunellon, "after acquiring year. The council figures The vote. were taken by the Work 28.Criminal. Inter County Tel ft Tel ... 59 priDe reached situation. It has put a chill into
property at a cost In excess showed 1,393 persons residingIn Lakelar.J Rotary Club and by Court Clerk Jackion Mm Mart ........ II% all-time high t I the former demand for Address,
JOo of $200.000." Lakeland proper earned $7, the Lakeland Board of( Real. Brown; 25; Haslett 24. Lewis Bus Forms ..,...... 16 ( of $10935 a ograph-Multlgraph stock But
The petition explains that 990,000 in 19C3. This is $220,000 tors. County: Commissioner District Nationwide M.............. 16% share) late In that company continues .to'do
Winder a manufacturer of airplane A 19-year-old Ft. Meade youthwas more than in 1962 when 1, The results of the Rotary 1-Burt, 12; Kegley 2; A. H. Robins .............. 37% 1961 at the well.
parts "Is still ready and arrested yesterday by 364 persona living Inside the voting were: Pipkin 7; Woods 31. Taylor Inst ............... 44 I height of the socalled DOYLE
willing to pay the purchase Lakeland police and charged city limits earned $7,770,000. U. S. Senator Holland LOS County Commissioner, District T. V. Elec Fund ........ 8.11 "bull Q. The company in which f
price. with indecent exposure and use Other communities Included 4. ; Dunson, 28; Musso Trans Gas Pipe Line ..... 21% market. when the prices of own stock continues fa report
Details and disposition of the of lewd and profane language.He as part of the Lakeland area 22. Travelers .. ............... 51% many many stocks were bid "book value" well above the
identified Detec are Highland City with 76 Governor-Burns. 6; Dickinson County Commissioner Die ,way up. market value of the slock. Is
the firm was by United Ilium ... ........... 38% ,
filed by againstthe
suit Chamber of Commerce tive W R. Sangster as Johnnie phosphate employes Eaton 11; High 0; Karl 5; Kelly trict 5-Combee. 38; Jones, 7; Universal Foods ......... .30 You say you paid $70 a share. this really Important
Lakeland Nelson Mosley who was arrested Park with 54 and Kathleen 70; Mathews, 26 Sedmera 8. Addressograph-Multlgraph stock A. Not unless the company's
In 1957 were not immediately early yesterday morningon with five. Attorney General-Faircloth, School Board District 1 traded around that price In assets are In things on which it
available today. a warrant signed by one of Numbers Increase 43; Kynes 35. McKeel 43; Phillips; 15. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE March and April of 1962 when could realize the actual book
the alleged victims of the of. Public Utilities Commissioner School Board District 4 stock prices were headed down. 'value, if the company decided
fense. For all Polk County residents Brumbaugh 34; Race 15. to sell\ those assets.
-Brewer, 10; Mason, <<. Latest II hill.It
Negro Has Five said afternoon earnings last year to- (No votes were cast in the fell below $40 a share and As has been pointed out hereIn
Sangster Monday
State Close Price
talled almost $26.500,000 Increase Attorney -Dairyy, 49, hal since been around
an District 3 constable's race.) bouncing the past book value of com
Deducted had a exposed woman reported himself as am.n of $600,000 over 1962 Flood 16. Air Reduction... 57% 57% at somewhat above that level. mon stock seldom has any real

Years she was walking on South and almost $6,500,000 greater State Senator Curtis 1; Polk Road Alden. ............ 28% 28% Its market price went up to $68 relationship to market value, as
Florida Avenue than five years ago. Griffin. 55; Yancey 25. Allegheny Ludlum. 43% 43% a share late last year and then far as common stock Is con-
From SentenceBARTOW \ The record earnings In 1963 House of Representatives, Allied Chemicals.. 54% 54% went into another slump. cerned.
Another woman reported a reflect substantial increases Group 2-Mattox,' 59; Quinn, Work Bids
Allied Store ..... 60t60 i *
man sitting in a car had exposed -* both in the number of workers 1; Turner. 8.
An IS-year-dd himself in downtown House of Am Bosch ........ 13% 13% Latest II '.m. Latest II am.
and their Representatives,
average earnings Said Am ... 64 63% Close Price Close Price
who was returned from Lakeland. She described the HighBARTOW Cyanamid
Negro As of Jan. 1 this year, the Group 3 Hlgginbottom 9; I
Raiford State Prison for retrial man to officers, and signed a 27 30 West 3. Am Home Prd ... 66% 66% W
council survey showed 4,592 Sprolt ; Storey. ; R. Grace 5234 13% Safeway Stores 83% 031
yesterday had five years deducted -' "John Doe" warrant at that Polk County residents employ Circuit Court Clerk-Dixon, Apparent low Am Hospital ..... 23% NS Great A & P Tea 37r. 37r. Scott Paper 36% 383
from his original metence. 11 time. ed by the nine phosphate companies 13; Stone 13; Vaughn, 43. bids on Polk County's three priority Am Mach t Frdy. 2014 20% 'Seaboard Air R 46 4614
'Greyhound 57% 57
.. 21 %
Am Metal Prd 20%
Sangster said both women operating in the Polk Sheriff- Brannen, 65; Gordon secondary road projects Sears 107% 107%
In the criminal court. James 1 3 Howell 2 10. Am Motor ..,.... 16 16 I Grumman 39'39%
positively identified Mosley after and East Hillsborough area ; ; Rogers exceeded estimates by more Shattuck 151NS
Williamson alias Sonny Ray> his arrest as the man who 168 more than on Jan. 1. 1960. Tax Assessor Roden 59; than $250,000.Bids Am Res" Dev.. 23% 23% IBM 583% 1188 Sinclair Oil % 451,1
17090 Palmetto Street. Bartow.' had allegedly exposed himself Total earnings by 6,374 work. Rossi 11. opened In Tallahassee Am Seating ...,.. 37111 let Harvester 7or. 70r. Socony 7714 78
pleaded guilty to four charges; to them. Mosley was released ers living in Polk Hillsbor Tax Collector Cooper. 44; yesterday for realignment of'Am Tobacco ..... 128% 34'/4 IMC 9% NS S. C. Elec & Gas 28 NS
of forgery and Judge Roy H.' on bond, but will appear for ough.and other counties was Ginn 18; Miller 13; Strain, Lucerne Park Road, construction : Am Tel ft Tel.... 141% 141% Int Min & Chem 711,4 731,4 Southern 57% 57%
Amidon dealt out sentences totaling court tomorrow afternoon. slightly more than $36,500.000 5; ThornhiU 1. of Scott Lake Road and Ampex ... ........ 13% 15% Int Paper 33133% Sperry Rand 16
Ariz Pub Ser ..... 35 35% Int Tel Tel 5814 56%
three years. last year $1,000,000 more thanIn School Superintendent grading and surfacing the Old % Spiegel 31% 3114
In late 1961. Williamson who 1962 and double what it Boone 30; Read 43. Auburndale Road totaled $987- Armco Steel ...... 74% 74/ 'Jones & L.ughlin 74 74t. Std Oil Cal 66 88'/
under the, MASS GRAVE FOUND ...... 281281 Kelsey Hayes 3614 36Kerr.McGee %
retrial %
requested a was 10 years ago. Supervisor of Registration- 240, as compared with estimates AtchaTop Std Oil Ind 72% 731
public defender law was sentenced WARSAW (AP-A Polish paper Bartow Second Holly 4; Palmer, 12; Mr.. totaling $735,000.County AtlRefin ... ,..... 563156% 381,4 38% Std Oil N. J. $53661,4
1 to eight years. says a mass grave contain. Work 49. Commission Chairman Auto Can ........ 14114% Korvette 28% 29 Sunray Oil, 30"% 31
Amidon ruled Williamson is ing an estimated 10,000 Nazi The Bartow area was second Criminal Court Clerk- Wilmer McCutcheon and county Avco ... .......... 20% 20% Lear.Siegier 13 13Llggette Tenn Gas It Trans 22132,
entitled to have time already victims has been unearthed in to Lakeland among Polk Brown. 15; Haslett 48. engineer C. W, Fielding had not 'Beneficial........ 50150 1& Myers 79 79r. Texaco 77 77
served deducted from the new a former sports stadium in county communities in phosphate County Commissioner, District returned from Tallahassee early Beth Steel.... ... 36>/ 35% Litton lade 671671% Texas Gulf Sul 52% 53'1s:
sentence Warsaw. .,workers and earnings 1-Burt, 5; Kegley 1; this morning and could not be Blaw-Knox .... ... 27% :7s/ Lone Star Gas 23 23 Tidewater 33% 34
Pipkin. 14; Woods 50. reached for comment on the Borg-Wamer ..... 47% 47% Loral Elec 6% 6% Tractor Sup 20% 2034
County Commissioner DIstrict Brunswick ........ 10% 10''% P. Lorrlllard 47% 471h Union Bag 38% 38%
3-Dunson. 25; Musso, bids.The county's estimated cost :Burlington ..... ... 44% 44% Madison fd 19119% Union Oil $178l%
48. of realigning Lucerne Park Burroughs....... 22% 22% Magnavox 3RI4 3RI4Marauardt Union Pac 41% 41%
: County Commissioner, DIstrict -Road from Winter Haven to I Cat Tractor ...... 59 59% lIYe II Va Union Tank 41% 42
5-Combee. 63; Jones 5; Haines City a distance of eight I Celanese; ......... 67% 67% Martin Marietta 181/ 181/ United Fin 27 NS
Sedmera 6. miles, was 00,000. The apparent I Chemetron ....... 21127% McCrory 11 V 11% United Fruit 21'/ 21
i School Board District 1- low bid of $715,688 was I Ches ft Ohio ...... 72 71% McKesson 441NS U.S. Inds 91/ NS
McKeel. 42; Phillips, 29. submitted by J. D. Manley Construction I Chrysler ......... 45146 Merck 112 1241' 133% U.S. Rubber 51% 511/
.gt j f School Board District 4 Co. of Leesburg I Cln Gas ft Elec 26 26 Minn. Hnwl 1241% U.S. Steel 57 56%
3 r t r Brumbaugh, 51; Race 19. The county had estimated the I Cities Ser 69% 70 MMM 64163% Upjohn 51 51
x'r Constable, District 5-Com cost of constructing the Scott I Coca Cola 127% 127% Monti Ward 3SV 38""% Vendo 17% 17
3 bee 16; Kitchens, 3; Ready 5. Lake Road from State Road I Colgate Pal 42% 43 Nat Biscuit 6n781 Warner-Lambert 29% 29%
The Board of Realtors vote 540-A to Lakeland's south city I Collins Rad 16% 16% Nat Can J6I 1634 W. Air Brake 34 34
PtDJiiiA L included: limits at $160,000. I Columbia Gas 28% 28% Nat Dairy 7314 733/4 Westinghouse 32% 331/%
U. S. Senator-Holland, 50; The apparent low bid of $203' I Com Credit 41% NS Nat Fuel 323NS Wlnn Dixie 32% 32
Odham 4.GovernorBurnt. 562 was submitted by Superior I Con Edison 85% 85% Nat Gypsum 0014 50Va Woolworth 84 83x4
7 d -Ti Titip 8; Dickinson Paving Co. of Lakeland. I Con Foods 53% 53% Nat Tea 163NS Xerox 96 96%
t 4; High 1; Karl 2; Kelly Commissioners had estimatedthe I Consumer Pwr 44% 44% Nla.Mohawk 111% 111% Zenith Rad 77176' %
40; Mathews 4. coat of grading and surfacing I Cent Can 47 47% Okla Gas Elec 2734 28 Occidental 24% 24%
Attorney General-Faircloth. the Old Aubumdale Road I Cont Oil 67% 68 Outboard Marine 17% 17% Jim Walter 33% NS
24; Kynes. 23. from Berkley Road to State I Ctrl Data 89%. 91% Pac Gas Else 32Ve 32r.
Public Utilities Commissioner Road 559 at $73,000. Superior I Corn Prds 63% 63?, Pan Am Sulphur 291293
Brewer, 13; Mason 28. Paving submitted an apparentlow I Crown Cork 32% 32% Parke Davia 29 29% Safety CouncilsOf
+ State Attorney-Darty, 34; bid of $67,990. I Curtlss-Wright 18'% 18% Penney J. C. 111% 52%
v t Flood 13. Den ft Rio R R 20% 20% Pepsi Cola 52 521/
State Senator Curtis, 4; De Soto Chem 23% NS Pfizer 48% 48% Florida Cities
r r Griffin. 19; Yancey 35. Negro May SeekGovernorship :Dr Pepper 32% 33 Phlla Elec 33 33'4'
g House of Representatives, Dresser Inds 31 32 Phillip Morris 81% NS Will
Group 2-Mattox, 35; Quinn, i DuPont 259 259% I Phillips Pet 51 51 OrganizeTALLAHASSEE
5; Turner, 13. Eastman Kodak 128% 128% I Phelph Dodge 70% 70V
House of Representatives Gamble Skgmo 33% 33% I Piper-Air- 46r. 47% (AP) FlorIda .
Group 3 Hlgginbottom, 9; BOSTON (AP) Atty. Gen. :Ga Pac 65% NS I Pit Plate Glass 68% 68% safety councils in major cities .
Sprott, 23; Storey 15; West I. Edward W Brooke of Massachusetts I Gen Elec: 84% 84 I Proctor & Gamble .1 81% will form a federation Thursday -

IAIIIS All HONORED """ end Matte. .f ....... for 1f4 were Mined lot eight' Circuit Court Ork-Dixon, holder of the highest Gen Foods 86% 86% :Pure Oil 44 44 at Orlando In an effort to
It _let et the city ..Ji n... pond by the DI...... A.l ea Veteran Pictured, 14; Stone. 11; Vaughn 24. elective office of any Negro In I Gen Irtst 12% 12% Raybe.tos Man 46% NS more closely coordinate their
Sheriff-Br.nnen. 41; Gordon the country says he may run I Gen Motors 83% 84 Rep Steel 44% 44% work,
.. .... .
left to right. era Mn. (eker? Jehu***, chairmen tie t y | SHeim Whit, imier .f the
I; Howell. 0; Rogers, 7 for governor. I Gen Tel ft Elec 33% 33% R. J. Reynolds 48% 49ye Leaders of safety councils
"Motor .' teketond". eweid Mr. ..,c. White S......'. ........., Mrs. Cherlee. Itnuttr, hew
Tax Assessor Brooke told
Roden. 32. newsmen Tuesday I Gen Time 12 12% 403Rhod from s dozen cities are to gather
Reynolds Met
director, Mn. C. ...... ....... ..d Ia.. ....,..,..,. Trxy ....., winner .. the "Mies" title end Roil 20. he'll make his decision by Gen Tire 24% 24% Sal Trust 6% 8'4R. and adopt a constitution for a

Mi. 0......, Certrell. te- !l.i,... el tin ..... :Tax Collector Cooper 16;. the middle of next month Gillette I 30% 30% C. Cola 69% 70% statewide federation.


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B.D LEDGER.. Wednesday... Anrfl M., 1IM I.
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Putting ;
Space Exhibit
Together 2 FINe

By BOB THOMAS Ing the show realized they were

t AP Movie-Television Writer too far behind in January, Thatis e '
when they !
yelled 'Help They
exhibits that did not open at 1
t' the New York World's Fair last seemed to think I could help

week was "Reaching For the them."
Stan," a production showing Science Interpreted
how two manned crafts. will rat wt .
rendezvous In apace Naturally Capra has not only j

There are two good reasons. made film classics like "Lost

The building hasn't been completed Horizon" and "Mr Deeds Goesto e -NeMl SCLmMOMN w'rCDwa Artw SIR Pry,TO NO TO POINT MARCH-W StNn &/BARKACUtW-J SHARK- ER-CM we tO i
R >: sfsT
: the exhibit is still being Town," he has also had success NOr HERE! NO DR.KIRK'0 NOT -- NICK N! WAS IP SHE'S DOu; FO4
created in Hollywood HEReEITHeRyHI NtaoTArOTE SOME- r
in interpreting science to
The man who Is putting It together I SHE'S. ,
is his fellow man. wlNT LOONNG lfxxswtPoR
eminently qualified
: AERf I '
Frank Capra. One of the "I started about 12 years HER. ipt I

movies' great directors he .Is ago," he said "I was on the, HONE
also a graduate of the California board of Caltech and the school

, Institute of Technology class ol f, asked me to help recruit
'21. students. So I male film that

pointed out the opportunities
Challenge Seen that could be had la scientific "

"This job Is a challenge-and I csreers"

if' a helluva lot of work." said the! He returned to film making,

Sicily born director during I I then he was presented with
brief respite. "The show will I another challenge. Bell Telephone
I only ran 17 or IS minutes, but t: wanted him to make "

It will take me about five, some television special/ on scientific i ve eer rAosG MEN EATING ALL tr ipoc WAS t A LITTLE A BUa4d oR 40'IIcic 3 WIR

months to put it together" subjects. Rte41T' OUT cF MV HANDI... tTC Cetcs' INGeNUITY,-A PiNcH CP DECEIT, AND 5cME F17sPPER it Ac .
The tardiness of the opening "I took five years to make A MATTER CP TIME NOW, BCFCRS
\,f U no fault of hU. four of them" Capra remarked WB TAKE oYER.
"Like a lot of things at the
I'm not even sure I made back
fair, it was ,started too late." my own expenses. But it was a tMOONSHIPMOCKUPThis IlorlbWuDO ITT nI

,1 said Capra. 4 The Martin Marietta challenge and I like to tackle I. tfi. full IC." mockup of I

Corp. people who are stag- challenging things" Lunar Eicunlon Module ot Gnll""' ." AlrcroH hairy I* ...".

Maud community of ...h,..., N.Y. Tn. modulo I. 4..If ml to '

t OROVARC AT THE THEATERS carry two .........u.. to .landing on the moon for 24-nour visit
NQ _
t = there and this ...tll... to e molhor" .M, circling tho moon for tho

ZrAi I PlLMUlND DIIIVI.IM voyogo bock to oorth. (tAP Wlroohoto) =
F.. 'rodo, 'Dd l'omorro.: "Th. 81n. of
Rathtl Ctdt" and tontlr tit tbt
nrw4"/ROV.E TN.ATla
Pink Putlur'
Ted.IIl1'fMC1t: OMIVI IH
Today* BrMktMt at Tllfur'1" sad
"Tti. Hon-rmoon TH1ATIHT MachlntPOLK > WORRY CLINIC

da,: 'Mi cl. tnch Party"
;4 r nOKV TMIATIH (Moirot /STUPID ME foorA I
Tod' Uuouift midi: 'MldolchtBt
"?.LVIII" MOON D..IVI.IN Teachers Should / ''T' THE ONL / WAY 1

....OM. OF TN[ I Today tat. Tomorrow: "If t Uaa An- I CAN GET A fEW >
sin PICTURE" ..... and "Hutu. Hymn /
AtTBTJRNDALE OTMIH-Dalf CITIM: '"Ounfllh at OX 'Dress Up' LectureBy i V MINUTES f MESEtf// 4ij
Corral' and Duel t Ol'o Op the
HELD OVER I Avoil PARK: Rllaai! 'Pl..... Not
SARTOW Now" and 'Imitation: of Lift."' and George W. Crane Ph.D. M.D. I
ThroughFRIDAY RAIN TwTca IN rit'l t'" Halnnr "MIS.eh ij
"' "' lion"
TwCLt7ivblttl'uud": ; and

PLANT"CITY-"atariiu: "auniiiht tOK CASES4SH John J. B. Morgan beet and try to slide back ro
Corral* and "Bach"Tn."lor Rohr Pl..EBBINGrlordal ., and I were both teachingat down out of eight r

8EBHINO-Wt MeM and von:ItantInc'Stranntrt Tree*When Northwestern University at But Dr. Morgan would gra
You only WAUCHULA--BtarllM: "Who'I Ool the the same time. clously relieve her of her em.
Action'' and "In Lore and War" Y. ,
live WINTER with Lo RAVEN-RIW,. Prom Riutla' He had the largest classes in barrassment by explaining I
WINTER HAVVI-saran peIr "AV.1 psychology on that she was simply carrying ,
so see The Prlrst. Affair" sod "LoIts" our Evanston J out the posthypnotic action Castro Regime

campus while I ] that he had previously Implanted Easing
Pink Panther in her mind. I'
had .the largest]
twice! Tonight's 6:JO-Th.SHOW Night 7i30 on our Chicago t Some of you readers may Ban On U. S. Jazz, BooksBy

To Go Out To A Movl.f campus. feel that Dr. Morgan was a
And Dr. Morgan crude sensatlonallzer for DANIEL MARKER "This may be my last chance. TheStars
C-A-R L.0-A-D NIGHTI was. a su that's what of his HAVAN 4ygt1j
some jeal (AP-Prlme Minster There eeem to be two stain
25e Service Charge perlatlve teachv "r, ous colleagues said of him. Fidel Castro's government reaons for the liberalization: \

With A Pass er. Mrs, Crane I And they often made similar has eased Its ban on American -People were openly grumbling

took his) courses I Iin remarks about me.on our Chi jazz movies anti! plays-and the about the drab lives they
..- Abnormal as I cago Campus of Northwestern.But Cubans ire going wild about were leasing: and the lack of I
well as Child them. Even the
2-BIG COLOR HITSAT DR. CRANE the students relished good entertainment
Psychology The other night, 4,000 university controlled complained.
T;:10 *NO II'7..T.Va such courses So registrationhad Impel
MoOUllN In Dr. Morgan was not only a students yelled, whittled'
to be stopped for lack of Dollars More Plentiful
Hon.ymoonMachine" famous textbook authority, but seats. and clapped In a public square dmt '
i while -Cuba ni'" hat more dollars
he dramatized his lectures.And used the "Free Jazz Group"played
PLUt AT 0"M ONLY) Dr. Morgan largest
to spend because the world By Carroll
ouch oldies "Cara
AUD..IY he wasn't lazy.. Forhe'd lecture halls at Evanston and as RIghter
J "Breakfast Vl T'liTany's'' schedule? visits to our Chicago my classes were even transferred van" and "Somethin.i Easy" price of sugar has risen and r.
.. Cuba 1s 'ijetthi money from
Psychopathic Hospitaland to the Law School Auditorium Baa On Since INI such
countries and
also take his huge classes ai Japan
t just to accommodatethe It was the firs time s'nce' the Spain -- I"'i''. RI.

'Cif"Ir on trips Elgin to etc.the mental hospitalsat men and women who want end of 1961 that such a thing The government Is giving pri- WEDNESDAY, APRIL,:*, 1964 .diI.\\
TONIGHT and ed to register for psychology.In has been permitted In this Com vate showings of new Amn.o: upon personal alms

M MId9MNrrwrA.! ... Carload Bargain Nltos MOREOVER. HE would our evening departmenton munist country where lust bumming films for people who can pass GENERAL TENDENCIES: right since you can '
.BLAKE EDWARDS AT ?.JO AND lIla "dress up" his lectures to the Chicago Campus, an Amsrlca.i tune was a strict screening. Viewers have A day and evening to get a them quite easily now. Be
"IF A MAN ANSWERS"' make them not only helpful, some of the professors from
DAVID NIVEN once considered antlrtvolution- to get permission from Just great deal of information that sure to keep professional ap
SANDRA DII IN COLD. but also entertaining Evanston would also lecture.
about the is in different
Including channels
--- everyone and involving
PETER SELLERS ALSO *.10 ONLY Thus he would demonstrate But those mature older students ary.You pointment. Be dynamic at social
"BATTLE HYMN" can even buy American: trade union to which they belong interests far removed
ROBERT WAGNER hypnosis in class and also paying tuition out of affairs in PM.
( _M COUI books now. but people are from your own vocational or
...:lei : post hypnotic suggestion.For their own pockets, would afraid It won't :asl. Cuban television has startedto family background Think CAPRICORN (December 22

Instance, he would hyp- blackball any professor who "I bought every book I show some of the same old how you can benefit by can.tacUnl to January 20) Get busy and
CAPUCiNE.rH i1iiIifirmC.AR.L.O.AD notize a girl and then. Just be. couldn't make an interesting could," said one young nan movies that U.S. viewers see persona at a distanceor rid yourself of limiting conditions
fore he awakened her he speech coming out of a book itore. late at night those who have very differ.
NITE would tell her that after she They'd actually go to the ent Ideas from that deter your progress
( any you have
JPANTHERDIACAIWjMUr!: ) TONIGHT THURSDAY went back to her seat she Dean and demand a refund on known ere this.. instead of enduring them. You

I Roar Toe PANTIALTICHNICOLOH liT U'O would forget all that had oc their tuition.So Moscow Critics Praise ARIES (March 21 to April must get rid of that martyr
ADULT INTERTAINMINT curred during hypnosis.But we got better teaching on
complex. Be good to
the first time he reachedIn the Chicago campus than at I 19) Meeting new personalitieswho yourself.
TECHNICOLOR TECNNIFUMA "Sins of Rachel Cads" his pocket and brought out Evanston because the monotonous Denton, Texas PianistMOSCOW can give you benefit of AQUARIUS (January 21 to

.*. *.UNITED ARTISTS ANOIl DICKINSON ONLY his handkerchief she would speakers were tactfully I knowledge you have not had February 19) If you know in
SHOWN AT 10 The:00 Jump to her feet and shout weeded out. i W' Texas' pianist I List, who returned to Moscow before now Is wise. This helps advance in your own mind

Shows At . "Lonoly Are Brave"with "Glory, hallelujah." Eugene List, who has just concluded last night, had this comment you to attain alms more quick what you wish from others
1:00.3:05-5:10 Well, the students were naturally a month-long tour of the,today on the criticisms: "I think ly. Be attentive kind. you can then gad about socially .

all agog to sea If Dr. Toll Removed Soviet Union has been getting every reviewer has a right to' TAURUS (April 20 to May getting right results. Show
7il5-9:20 Morgan's Instructions wouldbe praise from Soviet newspapers his opinion. Frankly, I think 1 20) Analyze all the work, bills people you like them They

carried out. but also criticism.The play the large pieces rather before you and get coworkers retaliate quickly.
FREE KIDDIE . SURE ENOUGH about two From BridgesIn newspaper Baku Worker well too" to assist where most needed PISCES (February 20 to

SHOW SATURDAY KlNGSWOOD minutes after the coed was arriving in Moscow today said List said he found the audiences especially with accounts March 20) If you are planningon
awakened and sent back to Manatee the 45-year-old List "has at his. marvelous everywhere on reports. Cement better relations some big outside project
MORNING her seat Dr. Morgan would disposal a large arsenal of playIng the tour but "I thought the with all. Be kind to mate be sure first to get backers
casually reach In his pocket skills." audiences in Leningrad were the In PM you need. Get credit: affairs

and nip out his white hand TALLAHASSEE (AP) Tolls The newspaper said that whenhe most receptive, the most culti GEMINI (May 21 to June set up more effectively. Have

SOON! kerchief. were removed yesterday from Is playing short pieces "he vated. 21) A broader understanding more faith In others and all is
Whereupon the girl would the Palma Sols and Cortez is Just about perfect.. But it He gave 12 concerts-In Mos of outside affairs is yours if

Jump up and shout"Glory hal bridges connecting the Manatee Braden criticized his handling of sonatasby cow Kiev Leningrad Time and you stick to principle duty. OK.IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
mainland with
"CLEOPATRA" ) t"Then County Brahms and Chopin. It said Baku. The last of these was on Be with bigwigs on whom you TODAY he or she will be one
overcome by her own ton Moscow television last can make a fine impression.
The State Road Department he seemed to lack a feeling for night. of those remarkable children:
she'd blush like a
audacity dinner
said the recent M.t million Man- the pieces as a whole. He leaves Moscow on Thurs choice Inn.MOON out at some who early in life will want
atee County bond Issue enabledthe The government news agency day for visits with friends in to paddle own canoe and you
county to retire the outstanding Tass had similar criticism when Warsaw Vienna Berlin and CHILDREN (June 22 must give duties that will help
bonds on the bridges and remove List played !In Moscow at the Paris before returning to his to July 21) You have been procrastinating such a fine trait to come to

TOMORROWLAST the toll. beginning of April. home In Denton, Tex. on some work thatis the fore. Finest education is

J The two bridges, constructedIn "Many Moscow critics," Tau Important. but this is the best here and a knowledge of
1957, collected $1.795.843 In said "reproached him for a day to make it literally fly foreign languages can be

:> a oils from 12.088.4J6 vehicles. somewhat light treatment of big Giant efficiently. Coworkers are quickly,acquired. Great pride
Meef Manatee County pledged its compositions. The criticism was ReplicaOf very cooperative. Show grati and success Is in this chart.
secondary gasoline tax to retire tude.
mostly directed against his interpretation
DAY James the new bond issue schedule of Schubert' So U. S. Flag LEO (July 22 to August 21)
Bond his new to be repaid in 1991. The old nata." Perfecting any details that City Ansv/ers
"MUSCLEBEACH incrediblewomen bond issue was scheduled to be will help you to bring your
Secret retired in 1983. But Tass also had praise for May Not Fly talents before the public Is

Agent ,. Manatee was the second coun him. "As a pianist Tass said wise. You can then meet all Citizen's Gripes
PARTY" ty in a year to remove tolls. Las "Eugene List has much that at. BALTIMORE (AP) You'd competition with confidence.
007** rt June Martin County removedthe tracts-ease. a rich variety of think after 500,000 stitches Plan evening's fun early. With
STARRING his new tolls from three bridges witha nuances, a soft touch and confident -things would be all sewed up. VIRGO A Rifle
(August 22 to
',.nld. bond \Issue. skill." Sep
Arlen new
But, after some hemmingand
tember 22) Show that do
-Plus- incredibleenemies I fl VACATION WEEKEND aaatas. ( hawing) by New York's understand what family you wants CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP-The
World's Fair officials. there's a and do city solved the problem of how
t I your utmost to make
"Th. to
possibility the Maryland Pavil- them stop complaints that three
happy. Be
BEATLES GULF COVE MOTEL ,ion might not Include a copy of around the home. Find practical bears in the city park were being -
:the by-30-foot starspangledbanner treated Inhumanely.
Increase income
Corn. t Tows" his I new LIDO BEACH, SARASOTA which flew over Ft Me- ably. You are talented.appreci The bears were shot

IN COLOR incredibleadventures Henry 150 years ago and in- The bears had lived in a con
"'' FAMILY PLAN I spired Francis Scott Key to UBRA (September 23 to October crete-lined pit 20 feet deep and
Ewe write the words which becameour 22) Getting all of your 35 feet wide for size years since

irie Enjoy 3 days and 2 nights at wonderful Lido I If national not. 75 anthem.Baltimore women material arranged affairs should be Intelligently first on citizens they were complained cubs. Some that It local was

o w M t o w w Beach. Come in any time Friday and stay until can rightfully say "oh dam" al agenda now. Get profession. cruel to make the bears live
HARRySAIBAN-AlBERTHBROCCOU-( ,.. I They worked seven weeks to attention too. Plan to be there
OPEN 11:45 lAM REMUt 'S S P.M. Sunday for only $12.00. 'make the flag especially for the with those you like tonight City Manager John Porter

-.eVE : SCORPIO (October 23 to November said If the bears turned
"THE FRINH 1IIISSm WITH Al,. 11..41'101'' room wit* 2 4ouM heck. rrlmmlnf. pool, I fair.The Maryland Pavilion opened 21) Quickly take ad. loose they could not were survive in

THIN I leech! .M .. .. C..... fekiiUva" 'last week without the vantage of an.i
m "vlc I* St. Ami *4 inoi flag: It opportunity to the wilds because they had no
RED M I BHiBf[ ASHES BOND-'1. aWuS, JSUDANBA+ ffiANCtfMfo was too big for the building put ideas to work that bring experience there. So he ordered
D.. Rnclnf S.... 0,... "It should go In the United in greater revenue. Raise level them knocked out with a
LINE" MAIBAUMT-JOHANNA HARWOOO \SKMJftSaKJOH't' BARRYiiMSAJZUANALBERIIlBROCCOU ,States Pavilion and the last I of consciousness Tell advisors tranquilizer and then killed bya

Startl MlY 15 ( iamlNG ""LagUmTtPKnTBTSpMMMtailxaaMMIM : CALL RESERVATION CLERK COLLECT ,heard about It that la where it what you want to rifle shot Tuesday

...II loo MMHMMlMitaMI HlHMllH is going" said Garret O. Bill. achieve In a big way.SAGCITIAR.1US Porter
| | | !| AT SARASOTA 111-1176 mire said other zoos in
acting executive directorof
Oregon were not interested W
'X the Maryland Pavilion. 22 to December 21) Concen taking the bears.'UlAND .


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DEAR ABBY. ro II ; :f:1'1;: F81SN
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ABBY' am 20 yean old and have three kids. myself to call anyone else "Mother." My mother-in.law has ITS TN' oil AcitTKLT AH AH LANDED IN A ORCHID

My oldest will be three in February. My husband and I are asked me to can her "Mother" I don't want hard feelings SAT P LATE.. INTH'PLANECRAS VAS SEE.", RANCH elN A. KJN' A

separated and we are getting a divorce. 1 met this other but I'm not the insincere type. Should I force myself to call palsy 1 Y MiG > AN'/ OL KIN TH1AiTRYIN'10StkdE'NUFF: WAJUd'T

man, Abby. He lives across the street from me and we have her "Mother"? J=ET IN PLAINLY 6EPr' 10bUY A POSTCARD 10 MUCH,

been seeing each other. He Is a good man, and I love him. TROUBLED TIME'P WAS WRITE AUVEf AN'TELLYO'AM NUH

\ My problem is that he loves me and my two children but he DEAR TROUBLED; Call her -Mom. Meanwhile here's r

can't stand my oldest con. He says if I give this boy to his hoping you become a mother soon. Then you can get around v

father he will marry me aj soon u my divorce comes your problem by calling her "Grandma."

through. I Just can't see myself giving away any of my chil *

dren. I asked my mother, and she agreed with him. Now DEAR ABBY A few months ago a very dear friend of i

I am turning to you. mine passed away Shortly afterwards her daughter broughtme ii E
YOUNG MOTHER a large box of her mother's clothes as we were about the j

DEAR YOUNGt A "good" man would not ask a mother same size. Abby, my friend had lots of lovely clothes and I

to give away one of her children. Not: would a "good" man could surely use them as we have a large family and my husband it /

find a three-year-old too much to "stand. Don't rush Into a hasn't worked steady for a long time due to illness; But .... .
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second marriage with this man; or any other, or you will find I keep thinking, what if I should meet the poor husband or

yourself 21 years old with TWO failures one of the children on the street and they saw me wearing NOT VAPORS FREEZE ON RSSTOFTHBMOON IM OUR VALLEY

their dear mother's clothes Would it not give them a heartache THE MILJE-HILL VALLEY HAS HIGH TEMPERATURE WE HAVE LOW -I-4O*.
? 1 wouldn't hurt them if I had
to around Do
DEAR ABBY: t recently married a young man who has you think I really ought to wear these things? d YEGETAfOAATMOSPNEREMal VALLEY DURING OUR (SAY i

two married brothers. Their wives call their mother.law A FRIEND AND HOT FLOWING V -*-WyCt.t *.

"Mother I saw my mother.in-law only twice before I married DEAR FRIEND: The daughter, I am sure expressed the (u SPRINGS.

her son, and she la still a comparative stranger to me so I feelings of the entire family when she brought the clothes to

find it impossible to call her "Mother" I simply avoid calling! you. Wear them with the assurance that you are doing the S 1, lc

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Space Exhibit
Together :if! FINE

By BOB niOMAS ing the show realized they were

AP Movh-Televialon Writer I too far behind In January, Thais t
(AP) One of
the exhibit that did not open at, when they yelled 'Help! They
t the New York World's Fair last!seemed to think I could help
week was "Reaching For the' them"

Stan," a production showing' Science Interpreted
how two manned crafts will'
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rendezvous In space Naturally. Capra has not only -.- -

I There are two good, reasons I made film classics lute "Los
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completed Horizon" and "Mr. Deeds Goes i lveRC 1d nEARCHe u

I ; the exhibit is still being to Town," he has also had success 1 NOT HERE! NO DR.KIR CS NOT wE NESTIfisawacw'Tc 4c-NE WAS p "JE ANYTHING vat
created In Hollywood GONG "- .
I r4ERERHERtiHR lsta iewo'TE ?
in interpreting science to
The man who I Is putlng' it together Gate
his fellow man WENT LOONTIG lCgtlN6P0A ;
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it wDI take mt about five on scientific /VE CCs' Tr1056 MEN
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W. ..! You only WAUCHULA' -Starlll.: "Who"I oot"; totArtlon" the same time. relieve her of her embarrassment

live WINTER ssAysN-/U4t P.roaR I.:1J.r.I. I. He had the largest classes in by explaining I

once... pry with 'HAVIM-H!",tn P iat "A psychology on that she was simply carryingout
so see The .. Alfalr and "Lollta" our Evanston I the posthypnotic action Castro Regime

campus: while 11 that he had previously Implanted Easing
Pink Panther had the in her mind.
;. twice! Tonight'6:50-The SHOW Night 7 JO on our Chicago t Some of you readers may Ban On U. S. Jazz, BooksBy

l e T. Go Out To A M..i.l campus. feel that Dr. Morgan was a
And Dr. Mor crude sensationalizer, for DANIEL HARKER "This may be my last chance.1 The
(-A-R L-0-A-D NIGHTI Ran was a su- that's what of his
some Jealous HAVANA (AP-Prlrne Minster There teem to be two main
25c Service Charge perlative tegch- >' colleagues said of him. Fidel Castro's governmenthas reaons for the liberalization:

With A Pass er. Mrs. Crane j And they often made similar eased Its ban on American -People were openly grumbling Stars

took his) courses! remarks about meson our Chi jazz, movies and plays-arid the about the drab lives they I
h in Abnormal aal cago Campus of Northwestern. Cubans are. going wild about were leading: and the lack of
ity well as Child DR. CRANE them. good entertainment Even the v 1 t
A l-BIG COLOR HITS But the students relished
Psychology. The other night, 4.000 unlver controlled complained.
AT T'10 .000 11:1.T.VII such courses. So registrationhad press Impel
M.OU1.N In"The Dr. Morgan was not only a to be stopped for lack of slty students yelled, whittled Dollars More Plentiful "I Iv
HoneymoonMachine" famous textbook authority, but seats and clapped in a public square dIdn, *
he dramatized his lectures. while the "Free Jazz Group" -Cuba new hat more dollais
PLUS A"HIP5USN S,1O ONLYtAUOllev Is"Breakfasts And he, wasn't lazy., For lecture Dr. Morgan halls at used Evanston the largest and played such oldies as "Cara- to spend because the worM By Carroll Righter

i ? Tlffanr he'd schedule visits to our Chicago my classes were even trans van" and "Somethln.'j' Easy" price of sugar has risen and
il. Cuba Is setting from
"Psychopathic Hospitaland ferred to the Law School Auditorium Ban On Since IM1 money ,
such countries an Jajm>> and
also take his classes
huge accommodatethe .
Just to ,
It was the firs time since the Spain.

lgy 4e TONIGHT. and THURSDAY on at trips Elgin to, etc.MOREOVERHE the. mental hospitals to men register and women for psychology.who wanted hal end been of 1961 permitted that such in this a Com thing Tho showings government of new Is giving Amrin.an.private WEDNESDAY, APRIL-2e-, JH4 trating upon personal alms U \

"" aalSClltarw A?. Carload Bargain Kites would In our evening departmenton munist country where lust humming : films for people who can passa GENERAL TENDENCIES: right, since you can attain
BLAKE EDWARDS. AT T'3* AND II'M "dress up" his lectures to the Chicago Campus, an Amsrica.i tune was strict screening. Viewers haveto A day and evening to get a them quite easily now. Be
"IF A MAN ANSWERS make them not only helpful, some of the professors from
DAVID NIVEN once considered antlrevolutum- get permission from just great deal of Information thatis sure to keep professional appointment
505A Oil IN COLOIt but also\ entertaining Evanston would also lecture.
-- about everyone Including the In different channels and involving
PETER SELLERS Thus he would demonstrate But those mature, older students ary.You Be dynamic at social -
"BATTLEeHYMN" can even buy American trade union to which they be- Interests far removed
ROBERT WAGNER hypnosis in class, and also paying tuition out of affairs in PM.
HOCK HUOtON IN eOlOli books now. but people are long. from your own vocational or
CAPUdNE. post hypnotic suggestion.For their own pockets, would afraid It won't !asl. Cuban television has started family background. Think CAPRICORN (December 22

iIiiiC.A.R.L.O.A.O Instance, he would hypnotize blackball any professor who "I bought every beck I to show some of the same old how you can benefit by con to January 20) Get busy and

f r THE PINlT) a girl! and then, Just before couldn't make an Interesting could," said one young mn!' movies that U.S. viewers see tatting persons at a distanceor rid yourself of limiting conditions
he awakened her, he sceech. coming out of a book itor!!. late at night those who have very different .
(jPANTHErVjTECHNICOLOR'TECHNIRAMV NITE would tell her that after she They'd actually go to the ideas from any you have that deter your progress
TONIGHT. THURSDAY went back to her seat, she Dean and demand a refund on known this Instead of enduring them. You

CIAUDUI CARDINALS KiriAT T 10 PARTIAL AT II:l._ would forget all that had occurred their tuition.So Moscow Critics Praise ARIES ere(March 21 to April must get rid of that martyr

Ao,.._ ADULT SNTMTAINJiNTTICHNICOLOH" during hypnosis. we got better teaching on 19)) Meeting complex. Be good to yourself
But the first time he reachedIn the Chicago campus than at new personalitieswho
"Sins ef Rachel ad." his pocket and brought out Evanston because the monotonous Denton, Texas PianistMOSCOW can give you benefit of AQUARIUS (January 21 to

MMMiUNITfD! ARTIST* ANttll DICKINSONSHOWN - his handkerchief, she would speakers were tact I knowledge you have not had February 19) If you know in
AT 1000 ONLY jump to her feet and shout fully weeded out. un Texas' pianist List, who returned to Moscow before now Is wise. This helps advance in your own mind
Shows At "Lonely" KIRK Are tl DOUOLASKlNGSWOOD lBrovt"wi' "Glory, hallelujah" Eugene List who has Just concluded , last night had this comment you to attain aims more quick what you wish from others,
100305.510 Well, the students were nat. a month-long tour of the today on the criticisms: "I think ly. Be attentive, kind. you can then gad about social

urally all agog to see if Dr. Toll Removed Soviet Union, has been getting, every reviewer has a right to TAURUS (April 20 to May ly getting right results. Show
7i15.9t20 Morgan's Instructions wouldbe praise from Soviet newspapers, his opinion. Frankly, I think 1 20) Analyze: all the work bills, people you like them. They
carried out. but also criticism. play the large pieces rather before you and get coworkers retaliate quickly

FREE KIDDIE SURE ENOUGH, about two From BridgesIn The newspaper Baku Worker, well too." to assist where most needed PISCES (February 20 to

SHOW SATURDAY minutes after the coed was arriving in Moscow today, said List said he found the audiences especially with accounts, March 20) If you are planningon
awakened and sent back to Manatee the 45-year-old List "has at his I marvelous everywhere on reports. Cement better rela some big outside project
MORNING her seat, Dr. Morgan would disposal a large arsenal of playIng -, the tour, but "I thought the tions with alL Be kind to mate be sure first to get backers
casually reach In his pocket skills." audiences in Leningrad were the In PM. you need. Get credit affairsset

and flip out his white handkerchief TALLAHASSEE (AP) Tolls The newspaper said that when I most receptive, the most cultivated GEMINI (May 21 to June up more effectively. Have

SOON! were removed yesterday from he is playing short pieces "he, ," 21) A broader understandingof more faith in others and all is
Whereupon, the girl would the Palma Sola and Cartel is Just about perfect" But U: He gave 12 concetti-In Moscow outside affairs Is yours if
Jump up and shout"Glory,hallelujah bridges connecting the Manatee Kiev you stick to principle, duty OK.IF
Bradenton criticized his handling of sonatas I , Leningrad Tiflic and YOUR CHILD IS BORN
mainland with
"CLEOPATRA" 1" County by Brahms and Chopin. It said I Baku. The last of these was on Be with bigwigs on whom you TODAY, he or she will be one
>n, i* : ; Then, overcome by her like own The Beach.State Road Department he seemed to lack a feeling for, Moscow television last night., can make a fine impression. of those remarkable children
she'd a
-- --- audacity said the recent $4.S million Manatee the pieces as a whole. He leaves Moscow on Thursday Have dinner out at some who, early in life, will wantto
County bond Issue enabledthe The government news agency, for visits with friends in choice Inn.MOON paddle own canoe, and you
i county to retire the outstanding Tans had similar criticism when I Warsaw Vienna Berlin and CHILDREN (June 22 must give duties that will help
bonds on the bridges and re- List played In Moscow at the Paris before returning to his to July 21) You have been procrastinating such a fine trait to come to
TOMORROW move the tolls. beginning of April. home In Denton, Tex. on some work that the fore. Finest education is
The two bridges constructed "Many Moscow critics" Tall is Important, but this Is the best here and a knowledge of

in 1957, collected $1,795.1)43) in said, "reproached him for s day to make it literally fly foreign languages can be

; ). tolls from 12.088,486 vehicles. somewhat light treatment of big Giant efficiently. Co-workers are quickly acquired. Great pride
Manatee County pledged its compositions. The criticism wai Replica very cooperative. Show grati and success is In this chart

secondary gasoline tax to retire mostly directed against his interpretation tude.
LAST DAY his the new bond issue, scheduledto of Schubert'sData" So Of U. S. Flag LEO (July 22 to August 21)
1 new be repaid in 1991. The old Perfecting any details that Answers
I MUSCLEBEACH incrediblewomen bond issue wu scheduled to be will help you to bring your
I; retired in 1983. But Tass also had praise for May Fly talents before the public is

I I Manatee was the second coun- him "As a pianist" Tau said wise. You can then meet all Citizen's Gripes
PARTY" ty in a year to remove tolls. Last "Eugene Ust has much that attracts BALTIMORE (AP) You'd competition with confidence.
1 1 June, Martin County removed -ease, a rich variety ol'think after 500,000 stitches Plan evening's fun early. With
A Rifle
STARRING his new 1 the tolls from three bridges witha nuances a soft touch and confident things would be all sewed up. VIRGO (August 22 to Sep.
hankie Asloati's bond Issue. skill.
But, after
some hemmingand tember 22) Show that
you do
incredibleenemies VACATION WEEKEND mmm. ( hawing) by New York's understand what family wants CORVALLIS Ore. (AP-The
( !t : World's Fair officials, there's a and do your utmost to make city solved the problem of howto
"Th. : possibility the Maryland Pavilion stop complaints that three
GULF COVE MOTEL happy. Be practical bears in the city were being
BEATLES might not Include a copy of around the home. Find park
:the 42by-JO-foot star-spangled to Increase income ways treated inhumanely
Came to Town" his new LIDO BEACH, SARASOTA banner which flew over FL Mc- ably. You are talented.appreci The bean were shot
IN Da incredibleadventures |Henry 150 years ago and Inspired The bean had lived in a con
..,, I FAMILY PLAN I Francis Scott Key to LIBRA (September 23 to October crete-lined pit 20 feet deep and
Ew write the words which becameour 22) Getting all of your 35 feet wide for also years, since
national anthem. affairs Intelligently
they were cubs Some local:
Enjoy 3 days and 2 nights at wonderful Lido I If not. 75 Baltimore women arranged should be first on citizens complained that It was

e o w a t o w N Beach. Coma In any time Friday and stay until ,can rightfully say, "oh darn." agenda now. Get professional cruel to make the bears live
HARRY SAIJZIIAN. AlBERT RBRUUAUNIW They worked seven weeks too. Plan to be there.
I OPEN 12:45 S P.M. Sunday for $12.00.Air 'I with those you like tonight
F\IYING'S\ only :make the flag especially for the City Manager John Porter
\ leVE SCORPIO (October 23 to November said if the bean were turned
j THHN FROM RUSSIA WITH OHo'itloMo1 moms with 2 'oukla. Mil..111. peel. I fair.The Maryland Pavilion opened 21) Quickly take advantage loose they could not survive in

: Ii I "' .aach, mold "",Ie.. COM ro ..h.... St. Armani ..... last week without the flag: It of any opportunity to the wilds because they had no
RED fAN (COSK[ (US JftMB BOND zTfe: '. JsuowiaA:: BIANCOtt was too big for the building."It put ideas to work that bring experience there. So he irdered
Dot RacUf Soaton Opt.. should in in greater revenue. Raise
go the United level them knocked out with a
LI N E" ) MNBAUM-rjOHANNA HARWOOO i GKCMr: T IKttSJOHN: BMj :States Pavilion and the last I of consciousness. Tell advisors tranquilizer and then killed bya

Starts My 15 kpRR $Ai1IMAR.AAERiRBROcII! lE E ta'1OONGUNlTEDARTISTS CALL RESERVATION CLERK COLLECT ,heard about It that is where it what you want to rifle shot Tuesday

'-or"--MM...*In*kM MM. area MkMlnMI |HlllIl)|!|!||| AT SARASOTA 3$$.2176 is mire going" said Garret O. Bill achieve ia a big way I Porter said other zoos in
acting executive directorof SAGGITTARIUS
Oregon were not Interested in
11 the Maryland Pavilion. 22 to December 21) Concen- taking the bears.t .

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DEAR ABBY: I .m 20 yean old and have three kids. myself to call anyone else "Mother." My mother-in-law has ITS TH LATE-Sf AW HAIKTT AM WARKf T KILT AFI AH LANDED AORCHID

My oldest will be three in February. My husband and I are asked me to call her "Mother. I don't want hard feelings, DAISY MAE// > WERE iNTH'pt.ANCCRASH, sEe RANCH BIN A.wcRYUN'P

separated and we are getting a divorce. I met this other but I'm not the Insincere type. Should I force myself to call A3 AMFT.10L KIN' TNAitTRIIN'TOStJEWUFF WARMT
man. Abby. He lives across the street from me and we have her "Mother"? JEST 114n PLAINLH t5EJE.; TO BLTY A POSTCARD TO Muci-i

been seeing each other. He li a go6d man, and I love him. TROUBLED c TEMEPIw WAS WRITEAM'TELLVO'AHRSST AJ.JVEU I H

\ My problem is that he loves me and my two children, but he DEAR TROUBLED: Call her "Mom. Meanwhile, ber.',

can't stand my oldest son. He says IT I give this boy to his loping you become a mother soon. Then you can get around Rt v

father, he will marry me as soon as my divorce comes your problem by calling her "Grandma." r

through. I Just can't see myself giving away any of my chil *

dren. I asked my mother, and she agreed with him Now DEAR ABBY: A few months ago a very dear friend of

1 am turning to you. mine passed away. Shortly afterwards her daughter broughtme

YOUNG MOTHER a large box of her "mother's clothes as we were about the
DEAR YOUNG: A "good" man would not ask I mother same size. Abby my friend had lots of lovely clothes and I

to give away one of her children. Nor: would a "good" man could surely use them as we have a large family and my husband 11 -s3A

find I three-year-old too much to stand.." Don't rush Into a hasn't worked steady for a long time due to Illness. But .... -.... - ._---- -.. -_ - -
second marriage with this man, or any other or you will find I keep thinking, what If I should meet the poor husband or

yourself 21 years old with TWO failures. one of the.children on the street, and they saw me.,wearing rHOT VAPORS FREEZE ON 1 OP THE MOON IN OUR VALLEY

their dear mother's Clothes. Would it not live them a heart. THE MILE-NILL VALLEY HAS NIGH TEMPERATURE WE HAVE LOW +4O*.
+8 8 .
ache? 1 wouldn't hurt them if I had too around rags. Do SPOT ON THE MOON WITH -20O
DEAR ABBY: t recently married a young man who has you think I really ought to wear these things? H VEGETATION,ATMOSPHERE VALLEY DU OUR pAY
two married brother Their wives call their mother-in-law A FRIEND S L AND WOT FU3WING roC

"Mother. I law my mother-in-law only twice before I married DEAR FRIEND: The daughter. I am sure expressed the t7 SPRINGS.

her son, and she Is still a comparative stranger to me, so I feelings of the entire family when she brought the clothes to

find it impossible to call her "Mother" I limply avoid calling you. Wear them with the assurance that you are doing the

her anything. My own mother is still living, and I can't bring right thing.

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the bottom of a river that TOMOSSOW MTawoow Plans To Push 9 N GENERAL COLONEL PRIMSPNILERIEf i 7 K_ 3Qi>ic Cite WITH m PKPlt! AND ERINOMRCYEER

by a house where Andersen 12'1t-..".., I.w W. Leaders PromiseDemonstrations CANYON.A MINKTSRRANEIR BACK
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The monument had been put t,.55-4515 Is-M..NI a.I.S.I.Na2W ....."... WASHINGTON (AP-Pres ,. M. RETRlEYER

head ..N N MN.aa 'dent Johnson told
Its Democratic!
In place Friday night 41-.O. .......1'". w..1oII NASHVILLE. Tenn. (AP- i
wrenched off :: arly Saturday.' I TS-5,055 Ino5.dd congressional leaders .r
was yesterday
I !_..... FIMSa Civil rights leaders promisedmore
5.-I. ...... ........ he wants the bill for medicalcare
demonstrations at a Quick-
-- - - -- I 1 o.-N.IH.. 1.'-._MavTM ba Art ened tempo yesterday in the of the elderly passed during r

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arlaM a.I wake of violence that flared itic-
,41- aaialCaaHritvOldent the present session of Con-
I OXFORD II when Lay-ins tied up traffic on gress. L : :

pitcher on the staff ofthe one of Tennessee's busiest thor-
: House V: -
LUMBER ii iiI : New York Men is Carl Wit- oughfares. Speaker Mc- iASFI

ley, 31 He won 9, lost 14 last Ten demonstrators, Including Cormack told newsmen Johnson

1 JOHNS.MANVILLE : season. three white college students does not want action postponed

were )jailed Monday after the .
I until the next session of Congress
ROOFING I (clash between demonstratorsland t Doo WACN A BOO OPplidOd OPASd00J,3pPASabOl >E Doct ITS STEAMGI MOW
and feels the
club-swinging police offi legislation 1 WACKAp00 WACICAD00.ral.Aw MU5ICALTASTEO

THESTANDARDOF III cers. All were released on bond. to put medical aid to the aged CAM 6EPAKAT6PBOP18

THE INDUSTRY II Assistant Police Chief Braxton'under Social Security is long a e, WTO
I KlNGSWOODB Duke said the violence started overdue. i$I
We Have Handled ;I 1 when a leader of the group Lester .i McCormack said he told the i .

J-M for 30 Years II McKennie, 23, struck him in President he feels there if a
1 the stomach. 'reasonable possibility that a bill
WE KNOW I McKennie! was set upon by can be worked out at the present

several policemen. He was tak- session. He said he assured A J
IT'S GOOD ::1 en to a hospital and treated for Johnson of his cooperation.The .

scalp cuts and a sprained arm discussion came up at II
530 WEST MAIN I RKNTAtlV6 then charged with assault and the weekly White House break

PHONE MU 2-2191 I i battery and disorderly conduct fast of Democratic chiefs from

JU I and released under $'100 bond. the Capitol.

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Wednesday MAN FACES, April CHARGES 21, 1X4 'I Facts About South African Rock Lobster TailsThe I Passes Exams

WICHITA Kan; (AP) Oscar .

Monte Levy was taken to West I At University .
South African rock lobster vegetable, French wine and t shores. Only the tall I* processed I brine Grasp tall In both hands will prevent curling Or, insert Take frozen tails and with a
Virginia Sunday where he I Is ) down
ac knife cut
II a seafood you can eat with East Indian spices, but can dwell o I and shipped because the rock: and bend backwards toward skewer to keep tail flat Combine very sharp
hard Ind. Anew
cused of middle of the LAFAYETTE -
using stolen credential: lemon % through the
your fingers but don't have to. without them. On Its own, lobster' tender succulent meal t: shell side to crack and prevent Vi cup juice cup that
but not
flesh kind of Ice cream can
Cut through
and and salt taste shell.
pretending to be Dr. Huberto Or insert skewer Preheat melted butter, to
: When cooked Its shell turn a it contains only six-tenths of is concentrated In this third ol curling. When fire 1 II hot, grill tail for underside membrane. Grasp| reallY' stand up to a licking
Lull .
Fontana broiler 10
Menedez ol f its being.It minutes or a
y bright shiny red but what face one per cent of fat and less than 5 minutes flesh side down toward tail in both hands and open flat, has come through a series of
manufacturer direct Place tail
Miami Fla, to obtain employ. up to you on the plate II I a solid 200 calories In a six-ounce serving take about eight year faa rshell side 5 inches below heat Turn spread flesh exposing meaty aectlonl. Place "torture" teats at Purdue UnIversity -

ment at a doctor at the Lamed: piece of snow-white meat. 1 It rock lobster to reach full, heat. Broil up 2 minutes; turn and with lemon juice-butter mixture. tails flesh side toward heat and with flavors flying.

Kan. state hospital. enjoy the company of Irish po It really comes from South maturity spread flesh side with butter; Grill flesh side up until meat barbecue for S minutes. Turn The ice cream Is beginningto

_atoei_,_ Italian I pastas, Chinese Africa where-the waters strange BASIC COOKING DIRECTIONSHow : broil 3 to 6 minutes or until has lost its transparency and is tails, brush with butter or barbecue appear in the U.S. under

... at It may seem are Icy cold. opaque. Serve in shell with opaque. This will take from :3 I; sauce and continue grilling various labels after a successful -
An ocean current called the to boll Drop solidly melted butter. to 5 minutes depending on heat flesh side up until meat is' pilot introduction in Eng
Benguela, originating in the Ant- frozen rock lobster tails Into: of the fire and size of the rock opaque. This will take from 8 to land and Italy;
How to Broil Frozen: Take
rte arctic and moving up the West boiling salted water to cover down lobster tails. 10 minutes depending on heat, It'i frozen at lower temperatures
Coast of Africa provides this ((1 teaspoon salt per 1 quart frozen tail* and cut How to Barbecue Fresco : of the fire and size of the tails than conventionalIce
water). When reboils through middle of hard shell I
t water ,
ka If the rock freezer
1I natural advantage. cream in a special
with knife. tail in
r+ simmer 3 minutes longer than sharp Grasp
lobster is cold down there on the with an off center mixing
both hands and
flat butterfly
ounce weight of tall for open
rocks it i I. SO times colder within Years Prof. Di R.
shaft report
Of f OptimismLed
example, 7 mlntes for 4ouncetails. style. Spread with butter and
hours after it Is associate'
I I three caught When done drain rock place Inches below heater unit Frazeur: professorof
That Is, Its tall Is, This part of animal sciences at Purdue
cat S 1 lobster tails; then with scissor or flame, in preheated broiler.
t your the rock loSter is quickfrozenunder cat away thin underside mem Broil iron\ 8 to 10 minutes, de- To A DiamondNEW The test which proved the

tI BABY strict government supervision brane. Serve hot or cold with pending upon heat In broiler As superiority of the new prod.

I and loaded onto refrigerator any desired sauce. with all seafood care must be crowds of uct's body and texture Professor
ships for the more than YORK Some peopleare cities always to
Frazeur said.subjected
CARE! M 7 taken to avoid overcooking. As
7,000-mile Journey to these How to parboil for Newburgs born interested visitors.
1 1Cats soon as meat loses Its translucency optimist They are it to Ice cream's worst enemy
," kII Curries Thermldon, Casseroles, Meanwhile, the problem of "
? it is done. always prepared tq be "discovered" : "heat shock
etc.t Drop solidly frozen rock cutting the Jonker was being
lobster tails Into boiling ..altedwatl'r How to Barbecue Thaw tails. by a Hollywood talent studied on both side of the Repeated exposures to drastically

to cover, When water reboils Cut underside membrane around scout or to win the latest" Atlantic. At 726 carat, it was varying temperatures
boll 1 minute; then Immediately edge and remove Grasp tall in national "I use because . the fourth largest diamondever such as encountered 'When

+ KlNGSWOODlEPREStNtAf dram drench with both hands and bend backwards contest They frequently say, found the others being moving the Ice cream to and

cold water and drain again.I toward shell side to crack. This "You never know what's the 3,106-carat Cullinan the from the zero cold of a vending "i
t Cut underside membrane around the corner" because cabinet or a home freezer \
A( away 995.2 and remove meat from shells what they think i Ia around the 7266-carat Vargas. The cut chest to plus-70 room temperature
Boy Forgets i II street of diamondsand tends to deteriorateice
Cut up as required for recipe corner a ting of any diamond is a chal-
gold. cream quickly to the consistency -
This rock lobster meat will not and task and
be thoroughly done, but will Mother's Words Such a man was Jacobus the lenging difficulties exacting involved in of cold land unpalatable -
of crucial importance
finish in the and
IVIHM cooking sauce. Jonker a South African farmer cleaving and cutting such an retailers unsala.
How to Broil: Thaw tails by Rescues Girl and prospector who lived unusually large stone as the to ;
i' -* V;* *:'** letting stand at room temperature three miles away from one of Jonker were immeasurable. ble.

t, ; cut away underside mem- the diamond mines. In 1934, American and European experts Retail Cabinet
- MIAMI (AP-Only last Monday Jonker 62 years old with a to
disagreed seriously as Extended product life In retail
like children, need many different nutrients Ronnie Michle, a seven wife and seven children to support about it
the right way to go cabinet Is one of several
enjoy many different flavors. Each 3 ROMAN work-saversi year-old second grader, was was still anticipating his Everyone knew that a cleaving benefits resulting from production
told: "big break." Most of his life,
t Cat Food pet varied combination blow struck at the wrong in the new low-tem
Tabby gives your .
"If anyone drown in the canal he had been dogged by poverty angle could destroy the diamond perature freezer, a develop

ATroO of essentials. Serve Tabby daily: scream as loud as you can and hardship but he was No company not even ment of the Votator Division

savory new Liver and Fish , protein-rich (Throw the rubber tube and the an unconquerable optimist. Lloyd's of London would insure of Chemetron Corporation,
B&MAN g'vOA'U.N' rope in the back yard. Don't For years every time it rained the operation.. Professor Frazeur said
l. i I Blue Label... energy-packed Original Meat ROMAN I B&L m wi jump In"Yesterday he would search his back Ice
I He Was The test cream was produced
Flavor, deluxe Tabby Treat, the banquet i; Ronnie and Terry yard afterward to see what Right from mix produced at

Conklin, 6, were In the canal In had washed up In the soil Winston entrusted the taskto the University creamery in
tabby r..h in a can cats crave. All Tabby Cat Foods are I
r a six-foot plastic boat when What he hoped to find wa a the American expert. La- West Lafayette, Ind. Two lots

h 04! hho: ; all nutrition all flavor with only one added ROMAN ROMAN I they saw Debbie Tetreaut 2Jj' rough diamond but what he tare Kaplan. For more than a were produced from the same

ingredient care. .. struggling in the water. 1 found wa always the same year, Kaplan studied the crystallization batch of mix one by a con

ROMANARIC .wr I "Her head was going up and' mud. of the diamond ventional freezer the other In

a TtaREAT ...L.all'Y g down In the water," Ronnie Ship Comes In making calculations to the a low-temperature unit, To

: bb 0 aia/ I said. "She was going out to the fraction of a millimeter. simulate storage conditions In
middle of the canal so 1 jumpedin Then after a heavy rain on "A small ledge on the diamond the experiment the two ice

.... and pulled her to shore with Jan. 17, thirty years ago.Jonker's was what opened my creams were heat-shocked repeatedly -
; ...... ... ship came In or
g -. '- my hands. eyes to the mistake the European under controlled con
rather his diamond washed "
up. had all made, ditions.
America's First line of Cat Foods I ROMAN BlIACH ROMAN Ronnie's first word to his experts
Complete FABRIC
RINSI Not only that but it was a
he "It took self-
mother were: "I hope you won'tbe says. strong Duplicate samples, stored at
DUN CANNING COMPANY,WOtUIN,MASS. diamond of 726 carats that was
mad at me." assurance to follow my convic identical temperatures, were
found to be of exquisite purity tion." exposed to room temperature

Mrs. Jonker tied the diamond His conviction was right. He (78 degrees F) for five 10

In a stocking around her cleaved the diamond successfully or 15 minutes a week. The

neck and jumped into bed and cut from it 12 flawless low temperature Ice cream

PUBLIX tOO I h S TO......... AT ION PUBLIX tOO t h STORE CELEBRATION PUBLIX 1C where she stayed until Jon emerald ker could sell the atone He beauty end quality. The for three weeks. Professor

PUBoX' sold the large rough to the largest gem was 1429 carat Frazeur said and even after

{' Diamond Corporation In Johannesburg and kept the Jonker name. seven weeks was scored superior -

for $315,000. Later it was re-cut to 12$.63 to a great amount of

,,MaAR rfe. The Corporation named the carats to give it a more oblong ice cream not mistreated in

,.. ... outline. it I II In any way.
....... diamond after Jonker and sent Today
t it to London for resale. New the Himalayas, the propertyof The conventionally frozen

York gem merchant Harry the Queen of Nepal. product deteriorated appreciably -
IN M Cw.n1- Pa Winston cabled for an optionon Throughout Its history the I after the first heat shock

'I'c- 11.2. Yaw the stone and left for Lon Jonker rough benefitted from and by the middle of: the seventh

I 611.1! Ydw don to be on hand for its ar optimism Harry Winston had week was of unsalable

I rival. He studied the big to believe the uncut stone quality. I'

FREEYOUR f ,\01 rough for almost a month before would be a lucky "Investment.. The Votator unit; have a

-"f '" i he bought it and shipped Lazare Kaplan had; to believehe draw temperature of It to IS .

1" .,. --1 it to New York. There people could win against the extreme degree F.. 5 to 7 degree

i. stood patiently in long linesto hazards of cutting It. lower than conventional freezers

CHOICE Of A ONB WITH BACH see the bunker on exhibition And above all, Jacobus Jon said Robert L. Smith chief
rl, L 1A g6t.wn/1.ur.Paa. \ -. ,Frrltf', ; at the Museum of Natural ker had to struggle along for engineer of the Louisville tom-
too h"h c.-.I fry ... History Later it was exhibit. years believing that someday pany

CASH R.OI.T.R TA..... I"7! Y.Iw ed in six other American he'd find it. Ice Crystal,
: "The 5-to-7-degree difference
-'j\ -.t'
Dore Schary's Daughter mean that instead of

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freezing about half the avail
; k S .Ind. C.r .. fry ha
. .... able water In the mix, the
1N s., v. \ -
t W. Grew Up Among The Stars manufacturer freeze two-

.... I...' :.... thirds," Smith said. ''ThIs
Thais a,. Genuine w.-I_ ..
quick freezing develops a
By VIVIAN BROWNAP about that garter belt the was
,(ALCOA) aluminum cocking of
wr' structure very small Icecry.tall
/.e / Newsfealure Writer wearing!
utaniib-with handles gvarantod which is the secretof
a a, to withstand 400' oven a+ You'd think that blonde Jill When she met Clark Gable, the smooth texture of the

/ t tampar'" -the fI..... quality 11 N ,.. 1(..... Schary would have had It madeIn she was so ecstatic she was III ice cream."

A j c. aluminum cooking vtomih on $*7I raw. Hollywood. She grew up there the next day and couldn't get The unit's eccentric 'mixing

r / the market today look for thorn with her father, Dore Schary out of bed. Gable sent flowers shaft Mr. Smith said produces
a r' S on display at your nearby Folk head of a major movie studio when her father told of her pre a desirable Intermixingof

\ County r-ublix! Markati and bo and actors and actresses dropping dicament.She the product and
\ a two to save your Gold Cash ...- Cup$ 71 Percolator Viluo in and out of her house. went to' one boarding rotation" of the ice

.Isle f..,... She went to school in a llraou- school with Jane Fonda, Maria cream with the shaft during

,. sine.But Cooper (daughter of Gary) and the freezing process. The design
$ she never got a screen Susan Kohner who was then has also made possible a

: iff L1. ' '2/ test. Nobody even suggested it Lupita Kohner. She and Lupita reduction in shaft speed to

i: t b : "I guess that 1 always hoped played secretly with dolls she about 100 rpm with accompanying -

that some star or Important person lower power require-
1 :
( ; w Lta would say to my parents says.When she finally got oermis- ments.Vets'.

when we were introduced lion to date an 'an actor It
tA : "Gosh you've got a cute daughter -
Y 1 turned out he was wearing
t "
+ tl e ba there. beautiful false teeth and had OfficeDedication
t0' ,, Colbert
ram ri.yl S Yt But no. Claudette for the
no money evening. ,
once looked her over she says, '
and advised mother that "a "Fat Monster" Period

different nose might be the en- Her favorite two Hollywood

swer" Other people tried hardto people were Katharine Hepburnand Set SundayBARTOWDedication

say the right thing they Spencer Tracy whom

EIGHTH WEEK told her mother that she was "Daddy always described as a

/ bright, a perspective child with 'Decent Human Being' about sere
APRIL 30 MAY ,6 much poise the highest compliment he could ke are sat for 2 p.m. Sunday
t1 for the new facilities of the
ORANGE GroWh Up NowA pay anybody Polk County Veterans Service
delightful young woman "Even the Saturday night people Office.

THERM-O TAILBOYTUMBLER with a keen sense of humor Jill, were impressed with Hep Officials for Veterans Service
burn and Tracy when they
now ,27, is married to Jon Zim began today to move their
S S children and livesin a party, and they hardly got
i mer has two equipment files and other
impressed about anything. she
Hollywood. items to the new facilities,
The other day she was discussing says. which were created by the

her book. "With a Cast Saturday night people were renovation of the old county

Act,1 of Thousands," that tells about the VIPs of Hollywood as
$1.25 YslseTwWdw against the lesser Jail.The
those days a teen-ager's dream veterans office formerly
PWI ? life. Nothing that happened in afternoon guests.
1 was located at 190 North Central -
lens live l oVhkt u.. Sft 9 ; her at schools where Jill describes her
} vicinity or teen.agl'yeara Ave., Bartow in facilIties -
Can! o Dram she boarded .escaped her curious as "the fat monster peri: which now have been

eyes and ears. Practically od" But one day three years' outgrown. The old jail has

everything added up to some ago she decided to give up the, been used only for storage

adventure even when she and peasant clothes that made her space since the Hall of Justice

her girl friends Invented the look like a canteen worker, Building was opened.
dramatic circumstances and get slim. She did. !
r Immediately after the dedication -
w' For Jill! everything had to be She'd like to see the old- and Hag
3 a story fashioned Hollywood come back mony set for 2 p.m., an
j WITH PUBCHASIl OF ""When we were learning religion with real Hollywood glamor house open
'\\J-. ; ; will be held according
used to out in a
v't 5.00 OR MOM we go types, instead of method actor to announcement by County
rowboat In our swimming pool who act and dress like beatniks Commission Chairman
d. with a rabbi. It made Is easierto she says.She .
McCutcheon. The new facilities -
understand stories about the
r( recently ran into one of will remain open for
8 calan..ao mkManot Red Sea that way the
pretty popular young movie public inspection until 5 p.rn.
t "; ash' Tal lay He Made Her m stars dressed In the typical Sunday.

'.... .eks1 Cookware offer available for She passed out on a Sunday method-actor costume-sloppy Elmo Hood administrative
shoe and an old raincoat.. assistant
,"# ritk yaw aorckataiaftSOOw .. three (3)( ) months or longer morning the aisle of a Roman to CongressmanJames
: .... Catholic church where she hid "How did she look otherwise A. Haley and past department
t+ Tumbler offer good until May 13, accompanied Loretta Young and she was asked commander for the

aM; I' a 1964. Both will be available at her daughter Judy Lewis whose "Like a pfg." she said. American Legion II i scheduled -

1F.: E 1 all Publix Markets in Lakeland, guest[ she was for the weekend.The to be master of ceremonies

W HER "E.!J., SHOPPING I I IS A PLEASURE a 1 M A n K sa T C j Vuburndale, Bartow, Haines I upshot was she managedto Montana' "Corn Pool" spa several for state the and festivities national, and officials

", ). ; e Lake Wales sleep In Loretta Young's bed caters to ailing feet and visitors
",,tf.l ., City, Sebring for two night and wear her garter can sit on wood benches- veterans representing organization various
and Winter Haven. are
belt to a party And oh, was and soak their corns and bunIons scheduled to be on hand for
she dying to tell the other girls in the warm waters. the ceremonies


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Dish: Chops And Cherries I Since nylon Is a scavenger ics. Use a low temperatureIn .' ,i ,

, of color, separate colored drying nylon, high temperatures

Now tjs the time to brlhtenup casserole. Brown chops slowl 2 tablespoons cornstarch clothes from whites when yellow or scorch "' .. *tft; = TRADE UP
your family meals. So be! on both sides In skillet 15 to 20 U teaspoon salty washing. If a nylon garment the fiber. Problems of static !i
7 I
little adventurous and serve minutes. Combine molasses, teaspoon dry mustard accidentally picks up color, electricity with nylon can be tteJ
these colonial pork chop with, water, !Instant minced onion, 4 teaspoon ginger To A d Car From One Of The Many Bargains Offered Daily In The
bright red this can be removed with a reduced if a fabric conditioner
cherry aauce. dry mustard and ginger; pour Red food coloring

COLONIAL PORK CHOPS over sweet potatoes, Sprinkle I tablespoon butter color-dye remover following ... is used in .the final...rinse _____ - LEDGER Classified Section. ,
(I servings) pork chops on both sides with Drain liquid from cherries :: 'S--... ... .-S-"S .55- -- -- --. -. _-. '
8 sweet potatoes, monosodium glutamate and Into 2-cup measure (reserve ,f" : .5
8 pork Chops salt; arrange over sweet po cherries); add water to make : I
U cup vnsulphured"molasses tatoes. l'/i cups. Combine sugar, cornstarch ; .
% cup water Bake, covered, In moderateoven salt, dry ,mustard and
\ H teaspoon Instant minced ((350 degrees) 1 hour, or ginger in saucepan: gradually I
onion until. chops are tender. Serve blend in liquid. Stir constantlyover
!4 teaspoon dry mustard with, Cherry Sauce. moderate heat until mix
\\ teaspoon ginger CHERRY SAUCE ture thicken! and comes to aboa. FOR THE FIRST TIME-
1 teaspoon monosodIum (2% cups) Add cherries and a few
glutamate I can (1 pound) tart red drops of red food coloring to
!X teaspoon salt pitted cherries (water. make attractive color.
Cook sweet potatoes in boilIng packed) Cook 3 more minutes remove
salted water for 19 minutes. W cup augerGAINESVILLE from heat and stir In butter
Drain, 'cool slightly, peel and ---

cut HurryUpDish In half; arrange in 3-quan Plant MilkBottNurserv Tiny Coleus/ SeedIn t! AN OMELET WITHOUT !

Germinating use a cigar box,with a plastic
WithFrankfurters: coleus seed is like keepIng cover. ,
on the good side with a If your patience holds out
wifemate both need a bit the project will show signs of
of humoring, according to life and hundreds of tiny CRACKING AN
/ Florida Agricultural Extension plants will unfold their leaves. : EGG !
Service. They wl1all\ be green at

However, producing coleus first. But, don't,, worry, lateron
Busy days call for meals that seedlings is easier since It you will see other colors
are quick to prepare, nutritious takes about a month as com form in the leaves. It's about r-..J.
and taste-pleasing to the fam- pared with the life-time taskat this stage that you should

hasty ily. ,But needs any a meal little, glamour.however Get matrimonial both projects bliss.underway begin if you transplanting.don't have the courage ; WESTERN HAM MUSHROOM OR CHEESE j 1

You. can provide it Just by Immediately. By planting coleus to break the milk bottle ,
cooking with wine.Here's seeds now you will\ be the then tease the plants out II ,
first in the neighborhood to of the container with a long '. ,
a version of Spanishrice show off a knee-high hedge of handled forked ';;" "':"?;I'*-.
spoon or a t ,,' :: .
which is be favorite
sure a "
colored leaves. atlck. ,. '
seasoned. The rice Is traditionally For the coleus project you'll\ Transplant the tiny seedling !,II' Ir M;
with green pepper need a square-sided, quart into 2-Inch peat pots filled onion, tomato and bay leaf milk bottle, some mellow with rich mellow soil. If
\ However, a white dinner wineis rich soil, a packet of seed, a cool winds are still\ outside, ; ...; 1./ fjt't 7"
used as of the cooking ,'J fo..#
part .
small flat stick and an ample place the peat pots on a win --\ ;, .
liquid to blend and mellow the supply, of ,, '
patience.If dow ledge. With little or no :' '
hearty seasonings while adding your sandy lot Isn't blessed care and water spiked with ; ordensi'S j,
1 its own light delicate flavor with rich soil*, then try the plant food the coleus seedlingwill f;S" :
Although the rice has a. short dime store for a packet of pot grow rapidly : Qrae '
simmering period, all the alcohol ting soil To prevent soil As soon as frost danger Is ,
in the wine will 'have disappeared -: borne diseases from ravaging past, take the coleus plants '" INSTANT

even before the first the midget size plants, bake outside. They will make an excellent
bubbles appear-this is because' the soil In the oven for at border planting or a WESTERN
the alcohol vaporizes several least an hour. Cool the soil, small formal hedge. '

degrees below the boiling point then shake enough of the dry Regardless of where you p \ ;
of ,
water mixture into the milk bottleto place them, be sure to work i'
To make this dish a hurry-up fill the container up to the up a good soft mellow earthen Omelet ,
one, quick-cooking rice Is featured bottom of the bottle's mouth bed. Before sinking the plant, :/
and for the meat, frank-!
while holding It in a horizontal the peat pot and all into an
furter slice This recipe can
position outside location, some garden. k1
be prepared ahead of time and ., 'MIX S
will fL,1
Moisten With Mist ers say the coleus roots ,
i then reheated. It's such a
Next, moisten the soil usinga unscramble faster and get into .
speedy dish to make, however,
If the mother earth quicker If
fine mist of water. you
\you may hOt find, this necessary break off the bottom of the
I soil is too fluffy, use a flat
wooden stick to the soil .
Although a dry white wine is After
to make It a bit more com the Initial planting is
eatured In the recipe, you will pact. established, it Is easy to propagate _
prefer a dry red wines
probably Plant the speck-like seeds hundreds of additional
i | the mealtime beverage. Thl.bu.t .
All do Is to
by shaking them off a flat plants. you pinchoff
dish tends to overpower stick or the "business-end" 3-inch coleus stems and s
|'delicate white wine, while one of a kitchen knife. Add an place them in a glass of water,
the heartier red dinner wines
stick the stems Into moist
other fine water mist to settle or
[mplements the spicy tomatoe the seeds soil. Coleus also roots quicklyin

dish. Seal the bottle with a small a constant mist rooting

QUICK SPANISH RICE square of plastic and a rubber unit.During .
WITH FRANKFURTERS band, and place the the spring and summer
(Makes servings) "seedbed" in a warm shady you'll probably fall In
place. Don't pester the seeds love with certain coleus + v
green peppermediumsized onion too much, but about once a plants. To keep this love alive r 4vv
soil moistureand during the winter, transplantthe
week check the y
|'clove garlic (optional) r
J salad oil apply another fine water prized plants into clay pots
I cup mist If needed.If and bring them indoors for #
i (I-oz.) can tomato paste ,the following '
don't like the milk safe "storage" until il
Hi water you r fJ : ,
cups unit, then spring. 1m'l , '
bottle propagating t '.
} cup California Sauterne or 'A .IF' "
other white dinner wine !P<< { ,t- f'
bay leaf, crumbled '
I teaspoon sugar Length Of Nails i ':_, '" )

1 14 teaspoons salt ,1)1". ., ,
Pepper 11: .
1 (5'/-oz.) package quick- 'f!
cooking rice ProblemWhat ., '
4 frankfurters, thinly sliced

Mince crosswise green pepper, onion NEW YORK (NEA) The pleases us girls runs 'the ""k' r
and garlic saute In heated pil I length of a woman's fingernails gamut from long blood-red
until tender but not browned.:
Is a gnawing problem claws to chewed-to-the-qulck
Combine tomato paste and bits of naiL
water add ,to sauteed vege:, medium?
Is there a happier
tables.' Add wine, bay leaf, Coconut Pie
Yes And manicurists explainthat 1rg
sugar salt and pepper; mix (rd.raM 1v '
well. Stir In rice and frank no matter what your pgs'k 'q a Yri' .
i 0Y.s
furter slices. Cook gently, stirring Is A Nice band shape, you can hand come 65.
close to the ideal -

before frequently serving., If for desired 10 minutes, this Family TreatSpring hand through has illusion.an almond-shaped The Ideal y ws 1 ,3f s F i ,
dish be prepared
nail and long, tapered fingers
time and reheated before serving appetites crave sur
But, tendency of many busy
J prises. After a long winter, women is to keep their nailsat
something very special looked an unflattering length which ,
for. That's where this Southern calls attention to hand faults. : : ,.
Complement ,, ,
Coconut Pie comes in. The most nattering nail 'fl" ;t
Did you know that coconut: Inch,
length is one-quarter

Salad With I comes the Philippine from "the Islands tree?of Not life"only In nail measured to the from top of the your tip finger of the Just add water and cook. A fancy'omelet is that simple ,

Rose WineA do the the people coconut in meat the Philippinesuse as a food Shaping Secret now that Borden's puts into one package golden eggs all blended, .,
but every part of the tree is Even if you consider your withyourchoiceof tangy varieties. wuian
simple salad with a light used to make their homes their hands unattractively shaped, Omelet Omer
ine.navored dressing comply utensils, their canoes and their you can use your nails, to Get cubes of Hickory-smoked BORDEN'S
ments any menu. Salad Bowl clothing. Yet, In spite of all change their look. Shaping and
Rose' accents a bowlful of criesgreens I these local uses, tons of coconutare tinting Is the secret. If you ham-ordiced green pepper,onion ,s , .
with thin slices of shipped to the United States do not like nail polish, buff and ham-or sliced mushroom-or
orange. The dressing adds a delightful -! annually. your nails for luster, alter

zestlness. It features the SOUTHERN proper shaping grated cheese, Nothing's left out
I fruity pink dinner wine California COCONUT PIES I For prettier hands, keep INSTANT I
Rose, along with lemon, ( servings) narrow nails short and round but the moisture. So you get anomeletforthreethatlooksasfancy I '
mustard and freshly ground 2 tablespoons butter, melted ed. Otherwise, they will look
pepper. It's a salad to serve 1/3 cup granulated sugar clawlike. SZ W,
often with the more relaxed 14 teaspoon salt Wide, almost circular, nails ,
spring and summer meals. 3 eggs, slightly beaten look best when filed to an and tastes as -freshasifyou'd '

California Rose' is an all-pur 1 cup light corn syrupI oval shape. Use a light, perhaps started from scratch OM ELEIS It Omelet Omelet
pose wine for both cooking and teaspoon vanilla pearl, polish which gives
serving as the mealtime bever- 14 to H teaspoon almond the nail a rounded look. Try a Borden's Instant Omelet '
It has enough body to com extract S
plement age. any main dish but does 2/3 cup packaged toasted Bright Color shades Counts make wide today. See how great it is scrambled or in sandwiches, too. One ,< '
delicate coconutI
the more
white not overpower meats and fish. Most unbaked pinch pie shell fingers look more blunt. If taste will egg you on to try all 4 savory, satisfying varieties.

people prefer Rose served refreshingly Blend butter, sugar and salt your fingernails are extreme
chilled about two Add eggs, syrup and extracts; ovals, paint down the middle
hours in the refrigerator will stir well. Sprinkle coconut over, of the nail and leave the edges
bring the wine to the desired bottom of pie shell. Pour In the clear of polish.
coolness. filling. Bake in moderate oven Square fingers with square Moneysavingintroductory offerGet
SALAD BOwL ROSE' ((375 degrees) 40 to 50 minutes I nails need lightening Keep
(Makes about servings) Cool. I nails short, filed in an oval.
1 medium-size orange I Serve with whipped cream I Use a light pink or light apricot

I cups crisp salad greens and decorate with additional' shade to create softness Mail this coupon to
IJ California Rose' Wine toasted coconut if desired. and roundness.
t cup salad oil i - Borden's, Box 11-F,
,i cup
1 tablespoon lemon juice I different QUALITY moM iT )It. Vernon 10, NY. 'WlIr'thi.'Ii' < ;
1 teaspoon salti .

'/ teaspoon sugar dry mustard 2 5 Q I enclose the box top from one of Borden'i Instant :
V4 teaspoon '
Freshly ground pepper Omelets. Please send me 25f fi: ;

Pare orange, removing all of I:, :;>../ ll/ ..; "

white membrane. Cut into thin!, -, ':t1' \ Name.____ ___.,,{Jl:1.i\: ; "
slices in salad bowl. Add greens _a <*** '; *T""i-.I *4 for trying any one of ;:iBorden's
torn Into bite-size pieces.Ingredientsin tiftWCR, owJ M iV, '\ Better because it's Street -_. ..
all remaining ( Up.. "" I Instant Omelets
\ made from
small Jar, cover and shake t "' ar MAOAa
until well blended. Pour over '. Z7'r. : ,. Neal Semolina Offer ends June 15, 1964. City -State. Zip Cod_

greens and toss until greens are i ., ." ... +' j Jo.aSS *" ,l heart> of} durum wheat
coated. ...J ? ''Emitu o..lfmtt> t>>

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4 cups diced potatoes 5 medium potatoes house components passed For sliding glass doors,'It i.
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FRESH asparagus, photographed against a Japanese screen depleting spring, is the sea FIRST CUT PORK

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Asparagus and spring are over cooked asparagus on 'tough white" end' of-asparagus 1, Lb. 2

practically synonymous. Once, if desired. .sulks. Spread stalks in 2 lay CHOPS
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To cook asparagus, kle with sell! Pour on 1 Inch of,
ground thawed, and winter tough white end of asparagus 'boding water:,Boll covered, 12, .
wraps generally put away In stalks. Spread stalks In 2 layersin to II minutes t>nly until tender--I'
mothballs, the cheery bunches of 9- or 10-inch skilletSprinkle 'crisp. Lift out asparagus; drain'
fresh green asparagus beg to bebpught with salt pour on 1 inch of boilng and cool before ,marinating
water. Boil covered 12 to
: 1 1} minutes only until tender-
The ancient Romans' had awise crisp. Lift out asparagus] dram.
proverb: "as quickly as ASPARAGUS VINAIGRETTE :
you cook asnaraRus" Today's Marinade Easy GOOD STALL-FED,STEER BEEF MAXWELL

lovers of good food, know, too, %! teaspoon salt
; that it's easy to overcook, this ft teaspoon sugar GROUNrX FULL CUT TENDER HOUSE :
delicate vegetable;; a crisp-tend ft teaspoon dry mustard ,

er good texture asparagus Is as as Imoortant its flavor.for ft 1/3 teaspoon cup wine paprika vinegar Spring. ROUND SIRLOIN INSTANT ':

Since asoaragus Is,prized for 1/4 teaspoon Tabasco '
Its fin. delicacy, care must be 2/3 cup salad oil BEEF
taken with the seasonings used 1 small garlic: clove (optional) COFFEE

to liquid enhance red pepper its flavor sauce Tabasco adds 1 bunch cooked fresh asparllgus.I' DishYouH 79,1 79ll :

piquancy to two appetizing recipes 1 tomato sliced ,

4A cool for asparagus owl Is Asparagus. Vinaigrette 1 4 2 ripe fresh olives mdthrojmg,sliced .like'- this springtime C// II 'ALL MEAT 4'l

lit which the cooked vegetable 1 hard-cooked egg, quartered meal.In-a-dish, packed with 6J !
Is marinated briefly In a Combine salt, sugar mustard, the flavor of fresh vegetablesand 3 l Ibs. 99 ROAST x 9-9"f49c
tender it's to
Tabasco seasoned oil mixture paprika; add vinegar, Tabasco, meat easy STEW
with tomato and mushroom oil and garlic clove. Shake or prepare gentle with the budget "
slices, and riDe olives, then arranged ,beat well. Pour Into flat dish, and has that second-helping
artistically on a salad'Place asparagus, sliced tomato, look.
platter with quartered hard'I olives and mushrooms in mari I FRESH VEGETABLESAND H- 69c
cooked eggs. nade. let stand for about I hour.I HAMBURG CASSEROLE
Remove from marinade drain,
If prefer ; t
you your ( servings) :
I served hot, it's delicious Vlth a and arrange on serving plate cup diced
H onion> _
:Decorate with hard-cooked
Tabasco-tanged cheese :;sauce egg 2 tablespoons butter
Rabbit make a fine YIELD; 2 salad servings.
I margarine or beef suet Fresh Pork Kraft'sSliced :
luncheon dish if you arrange the 4 antipasto servings.'To 1 pound lean hamburgmeat CUOwoou Lykes'
cooked vegetable on toast and r cook asparagus: Snap off :

pour the hot cheese over. 1 diced celeryI ,
When you buy asparagus, look i Marinate Fish cup cup sliced carrots NECK F.resh.
for fresh, firm, bright;lllreen 1/3 cup diced green peppers CircusWieners 1
spears with tightly folded tips To Remove That 1 beef bouillon cub
(when they start to open the ?i cuphot water
asparagus Is past its prime), 'Fishy' SmellFish 14 teaspoons 4alt Mayonnaise:
and smooth unwrinkled stalks ". 14 teaspoon ground black
To prepare for cooking brush cookery reaches new pepper BACON BONES
away any sand from the tops and flavor heights when wine is 2 tablespoons flour
scales. Peel off the skin with a used In the preparation. This !,4 cup cold water
potato peeler for extra tenderness recipe features the techniqueof 2 cups mashed potatoes Full :
and delicate flavor, and first marinating fish fillets I Saute onion In butter or margarine 39C
wash gently twice in tepid water for an hour or so in white dinner or beef auet. Add meat 00 I
wine such as the Sauterneor and cook until all the pink has 3 $ 1 3 lbs.99C 10 qt.
ASPARAGUS RABBIT Chablis produced in Call disappeared. Add celery car Ibs
!fornia. The wine tends to remove -)rots, green pepper. beef bouillon lb. 1 quart limit
4 tablespoons butter or mar the often objectionable cube, water and seasonings
garine I"fishy" smell adding at the Cover and cook S minutes Mix
4 tablespoons flour same time its own delicate flavor flour to a smooth paste with cold
U teaspoon salt to the fish. water: and add to the mixture. Fresh GreenCABBAGE
1 teaspoon dry mustard From marinade to table the Turn into a 1-quart Casserole
3 cups milkteaspoon ,remaining preparation takes Spoon fluffy mashed potatoes Armour's Florida -
14 Tabasco only minutes. The fillets are around the top edge of casserole A

2 cups grated sharp process ,coated with bread crumbs, top Bake in a preheated moderateoven Crystals
Cheddar cheese ped with a mixture of sour (150 degrees) 45 minutesor ARMIX
1 bunch fresh asparagus I cream, mayonnaise and onion, until golden ,brown over the
cooked ,then quickly buked. The finished top.
Melt butter: blend In flour,I dish is a taste masterpiece I b.5c
salt and dry mustard. Gradually Accompany the fillets with Shortening SUGAR ;:
add milk and cook over until low I!your choice of vegetable, salad FSC Student (
heat stirring and crusty bread. To highlight
mixture thickens and comes to a.the entire meal, serve chilled Heads Fresh Tender Green
boil Add Tabasco and cheese;]!glasses of dry white wine ss the Florida
stir until cheese is melted. Serve mealtime beverage.


Johnson Urges (PIQUANT Serves 3) | Harris, a Florida South- BEANSc 5 lb. 5 9Florida c

irn College Junior from Orlando, '
Quick ActionOn 1 cup California Sauterne or hat been elected state presidentof "
other white dinner wine the Methodist Student Movement 2 Ibs. '
I tablespoon salt 1 I. can limit
AppalachiaWASHINGTON 1 pound fish fillets '(sole, The organization numbersmore
perch, halibut, etc.), freshor than 11,000 Methodist students -
(APPresldent frozen at state and private coleges .
Johnson in advance of Fine; dry bread crumbs in Florida Miss Eulalie Grade "A" Extra Large
sending to Congress legislationto ij cup mayonnaise Ginn of Lakeland, a staff memo
attack the economic ills of i/j cup dairy sour cream ber of the Florida Methodist
the Appalachian area urged 14 cup chopped onion Board of Education is the
Democratic congressional leaders PaprikaMix group's adviser.
yesterday to try for quick wine and salt; marinatefish Other student officers are
action on ILSpe.ker fillets In this mixture for Clark Thompson of Lakeland,
John W. McCormack I to 2 hours. Drain fillets thor vice president, and Jinette Harrington
on paper towels. D>p of Canal Point, 1
aaid he assured Johnson, at the oughly secretary
White House breakfastfor both sides of fillets in crumbs; both of Florida State University -
the Democratic leaders that arrange side by side in a and Jeffrey Bialek of EGGS
the House leadership would do greased shallow baking dish or Miami, treasurer, who attends
everything it can to get action on an oven-proof platter. Mix Dade County Junior College.Four .
legislationas mayonnaise sour cream and other Florida Southern
on the Appalachian
quickly as possible. onion; spread evenly over fish. students elected to posts are doz.
McCormack said Johnson indicated Cover with a thin layer of Jackie Jonas, publications chair
that the Appalachian crumbs; dust with paprika.. man; Reyna Sabina vocations
definitely would be Bake in a hot oven ((500 degrees chairman, and Raleigh Bailey
message today F.) for 10 minutes, or southeastern representative, all
sent to Congress
was until fish flakes when tested of Miami and Archie Buie of
The message originally ,with a fork. Serve lemon)Lake City, cochairman of the I RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
to Congress
scheduled to go
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have filed my final report a. Kxecutrlx APPLY FOR FINAL- DI CH RaE WORD* ADIPukltaatle Phone STO S43OI. MAN faa abort 1134103OUNO CHIHUABOAB.lontha .

of th. estate of LILLIE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OW fxidllnellondar ord.r liperleaee Some manea- NAH with eltrua detre.dealree . end ..... .' MART
MAT ALLEN.! CMiiadi; that I CONCERN! 11:M A I& aeturdayTueeday 37 Mattress "..instatingMATTRXSB ISO work kneeled loaf heura.far auady drlve-la job Hard for emplorment la oil,.. ervlco, .. .I. to .1':11': MU 3-2044
have filed petition for final diecit&rje .. prodttetloa Hae experience la al.t
a Notice I. hereby liven that I 4 3D P Monday rltht .....00... ralaraneaa required MO 5.1300.DALUATIAPO.
and that I will apply to have filed my final report a> E.eculrl. .- WedBeedai. 4 M P.M. TenedsyTboradsnM REMOVATTNO I. Call MU .101. before I 30 a ... trove care and fertlllaer aaleaWrite .
rca.enobi. -
tbo Hon R, A. BRONSON County : of tho Eetat. of MabelHeed day eervleo. Ace Mattreea Coaa- Boa M-213. lakeland Ledt 'UPPJ very Fool
Judge of Polk County Florida, on Doceaeed: and that I have : ..... .edD..a'. plo> ,. Phone MO ......1. FIRST CLASS truck and tractor .r. .. NO .3610 104 tot, all

the' 10th day of May, 19,4. for approval filed my petition for final dlih Prlday. 430: P. ... TbandaySaturday mechanic. full time ceed eatery WOMAN TO SanD chIld Ia 111' HOR8BB POut ..1.. Plve aaltetlumper .
of the aetna ,and for flnadlerharfa i Call Malone City HA S-30)7 alter S old eldlag 1400 PROPaNB OAS for aeoklBS. bee*.
<- rre, and that I will apply to tha 12:00: boa PrIde 43 Rtpoln i home. Coil IoIIJ 1-3407 alter 4 30..4AT year .
.. Riecutrlx: of the ..- Honorable Richard A. Bronnon ... I pmWANTED' Bar B Reach County log. bat water. trrUatloa nduo.trial
Buaday 430 . Friday Clr '
PIPSNDA8L&: colored .lrl Ivy
tate of LILLIE MAT ALLEN doceaaed .- FlorIda EXPERIENCED: Debt 02.SSAOLIS.PURBRLD.. Cal t ieerlal .
County Judro of Polk County ,J .
OIIPLAr ass SUMMER SPECIAL. 14 IS. Lei tucheck would BOo ta have retular lob
on the 16th day of May 194 and bodr aian Apply Civil Bar Ito .I. 12
Moaday. 11 00 A K. BatvrdayTueiday your air conditioner, we vice oflke. Ball. or days werk MU S-S20I Auburadale
Thin Snd day of April. mi for approval of the puma and for THE UM: Meoa Monday ubrlcale. alien. replace filler Wt city papere ..... Smoke old Plenty .
'./ DOROTHY JEWELL HARPE final dlocharfo' ai Pxecuirlx of the enrobe all ether appliance DoD ATTENTION MEN We havaopenlnit SPECIAL: PAINTING prices. : Wood chooM from Well marked.

Fiecutrl of the emit oLILI.1E eatato of Mabel Head Dec'a.ed Wedneadey590 P. ?. Monday Appliance Service Compos ,. for I men Bipcrlenceeelllna trim. CB alto Interior work 11..6. .(...7.. los J.w.lr
: MAT ALLEN This nth day of April, 1..4. Thurudey Phone OBO-3D41 furniture and appllancea tar neecama II Jebc Work lost
DeoeaaedL NINA T WENSLET IOOP. M.T,..d., will be helpful For perconal in.tervlcw . teed. Call 113-3610 evcBlntt. OIAMIOO rInd KmaNI 8.0150.blue POInt WB PAT auk diamond laid

ISt. Fieciitrix of II'. Relate: of Prlday S M P. M Wednesday 49 Walls cell .-lM7 I to 10 o m OOLORIID: WOMAN mould liki .a'In' .1 eolna. old .0d. plauaaai. Oliverhclaoao .

MABM HPAD DMM.OJRENTLFV Saturday 19,00 Neon Thureday Pumps three dar. .orll. 0000dst. Tue.- K1AUBBB KTITBMB for I.a. .a. tO Bout Flor>
P.S.SOLUTIONWHKHFAB, M'LLl-R' CINDER den ODd 1'11l1r"'a. 11 bOil. Ualee and lenalea.
ELLSWORTH KIND Sunday. 1 00 P M Thunday LIT MONTOOMERW: Wart IIrtlI Call Mra. e. O Butler .
by .olutloni her.. CARR, CHILES & WE HAVE OPENINGS eea.31180.ii '.ndb.
Tea Ledger will lot M re.apenalble your wall med taaiall your water ,
tofoio: adopted by the' (,ardpofl'ount Attorne for Executrix for more tbaa eao "..... Op I* 34 montna M payPhone repr..DI.tltre.1 Mi""n'INO. corretpandeaceaddretdno 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery
< ounty ommlaelonare of P. O Box 485 Incorrect tBierUea. MO .".03. For two factory ctenclla, ete. Ono or I'E13NOEOI PPIE fee ..1..
)', )Florid, regulation have Lakeland FlorIda .In the Lakeland.Barlow-winter 100. Call MU 1-0431. Call "U Ward
been promulgated r..(ulatlnic the U-,6SNOTICI THE LAKELAND LEDGER Haven area Bellini and collect ADORA8L& XITTN0. frau ton000
tioura and manner of vie of the EMPLOYMENT inn eaperlence will be helpful U KEEP CHILDREN any mae ut ail ., GET A OAS
rladdla Creek Recreation area .itu. OF INTINTION TO TELEPHONE elected too will have a permanent lome. Rcferencea Any bo.,.. 113M37 10m. loa. 'M-10._ HO WATE

ate salt of U.. City of Lakeland; APPLICATION FOR' OF MU potiuoa with food chance WHITE kUKIATUIlB poodle pup. HEATER WAS
and MAKE 61151ANNOUNCEMENTS 52 Htlp Wonted I ot.da,oement Your .11.'. py ARC oolerbred. tUaeooableUV Have Hot Water
.FINAL DISCHARGE pretence at the Interview n reeuetted 3-192J.
WHEREAS, in the 01
judgment UDCIR
OSI You Need Itt
Apply to Mr Wlchola.Wcdneaday
the ...Id Board of County Com : of AUTO BODVMAN Spray palat-
H'IAK" ? ; April 21 1104 1 ....
p. 19 Livestock
S1IIEDISa $ -.r. UutaUatM
mlaalonera, regulating of the hour. .r.i and painter helpers Apply only) at lot B MlaaourL lie CLASSIFIED ADSFINANCIAL
of uao of said area li not nunectaiiary p..a..dTO 'a perron at Eceno Auto Palntmi ealla 117 N.
or donlrablei. ALl, WHOM IT MAT 401 Wcct Main Lakeland Florida. phone pleatcCiperleneed .IAUnr TI a old Kentck
: by the Board of fount Notice U hereby given that I I . . .
t'ommie.Ionsre of Folk County have filed my final report .. Ancillary i 108 & Musical lust.Y
: thoe full .
YOUNG SIAUE8K eat. Ion Friday talatmao Piano
Horlda, In regular session duly a*. 8 fxeoutor. Smledlng of deceaaed lbs entate; that oflenry lclnltr el KoralBtaideDrive AAA time and part timeTard 62 BusIness OpporronltlotCBOICB 92 Wintod, Lv"lek...

etnbled that all regulation limit. filed petition for final ABiwera to name Madame man, full time A UAH A ORAND plane. .bo..,.
ln( the houra of u.. of tie Soddl.Cr..k I have my Mha or Moan Reward MU 2- A few dairy eaula u, artlit bench ,. .
BUBINEM: Income Thr
I will anoro..r.
and that apply to A"T .
hereby lacharge, Liberal benefit plan Includlntavlnaa
repealed Recreation andi declared area are to be ono the Hon RICHARD ..... BRON- .. and retirement plan paid ..... Mel Rudy LMLA .1d pay top ...b prle I old Lonnell. tne.. bOO Souta .'
further ION County Judge of Polk County LOST, CHIHUAHUA paper. brawn City Employment acatloaa. ImmedlaM dlecounprlvlletee Realtor 1137 B. Memorial Blvd Dairy K-3 Avenue 182-311.
BE IT ,. ,TllErtdRESOLVEDI Florida. on the day of May II. I II ,...ale. Vlclnltr eddie Creek and MO 0-4107

I that title Reiolutlon b. nffecllve m. for approval of the aamaand I .2 Reward MO 0-0477 Contact I $3

Immediately and that the tame be for final dlachargo a. Ancillary LDeT PART Ocrmaa. Shepherd MALE: Purchasing agent. MRS A. CDYLER WANTED TO BUY MERCANDISE PER WEEK
.a'b ...ok for four Executor of the estate of Henry puppy 4 Mi menthe old Collar no I
published once Warehouse Sheet Paraeancl ManaierMONTOOMERr
consecutive weeks In The takeTIotl&.Y.IORIDA 8' Rmledlng I deoeaaed. (a... Reward CallMll. man. metal Polk 9 Bicycles Motorcycles AND THIS IS WHT
I land newnpaper of I noral Thla Ith day of April lilt man. Carpenters. Salei' WARDS : County
Ledger YOU
a P O U N D: PRESCRIPTION eun- 103S lout Memorial Blvd
license. TRIUMPH AND sales
\ circulation, publl.hed Liquor
shame on Brlveiter Road Call m n. Upholsterers Mechan. y..a.
Ancillary Executor of theEntate I 30 4 30 and mod
Polk" > of Henry BHmledlng MU (-5131 alter 4pm. cs. Route man. Drivers Mo Saturday Write Box M-271 oIl and.nl.'Pr"III.tl 10. down. I. Home. ... of oraan
Deceaaed. FOUND: ONE: B...... Owner 24 moBloa (Inaoclnf available I. 00. weekly private lewoa
VOUNTToPPOIKCieik. of the U-905 dcntlly and pay for ad. Call UV Maintenance man Debit I Lakeland LeJger Lakeland Crl Company no 3. One weekly family leuon
_ _ _ _ _
Board' r..COllll )' Commiani000rl I ..00.. after 4pm. ales. $91 PER WEEK Weal Blvd. .0318BICYCLB : .. All Money aecwaary paid mu.t. pureha.

of Polk County Horldn orob) NOTICE LOST: LAROB .male Bealpolnt SI.I STARTING PAYuurance TEXACO INC. Excellent locationfor MAN$ le..t.b"l lee-U ro" decide to buy.
certify that the above H.lolutlon NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN air dora.. Reward. SI* WeiUmrTO leaae la Auburndale Call MU l-ilal
FEMALE: Executive area enHUhway IP you've never played a note
end correct copy from THAT I JOHN CECIL REDDITT '-10'0.S .
In a Iron work: Due to promo.tiouo II Paid training available la nlnutea.
the minotea of the Hoard of Coon who own convicted In tho Criminal Insurance clerk. Cashier we have Immediate openmi Contact a. A. Kltahalmer 97 Article For Sals-Mitt., roull b plarlna
ty ('''''fllinel0fl0.. of April Jl. 1 4UITNHS ourt of Record of Polk County Pirtonal Notices Credit Saleswoman. In Lakeland for two married 013-7711 Come la .let ua prove It)
my hand and official lorlda the January term mgr.
at men between coo 3H sod 40. .
ml of raid Board thli 14th day oljiOAnn hereof. A. D 1IS4 of the offence' BUT SILL: aced toolll !tuna end :lostess General office. Up- Me eiperlence required tralnlniurnlehed 2l TRAILER eon,.. PARK Slew home- 34 S I :n::., DIED ,TVS.. f. S3S Vp.Worklnairadelai Guaranteed CANNON MUSIC CO.

Alrii A n.. 1904.I of Auletlnc In aettlnt up a Lottery porttni ._.. Dial MU 1-4206 holsterers. Cocktail Phone IU-MM forntervlew Near cIte I 113 IIU.. .. Salet 10) Bo Florida IM014SOpca
,. II.I OLOAN, JR. (.rk and attempting to operate a Lot- far ...Um.... Culkcrioa Hardware wait- S 0 m. till T pm dew Omser i.s .OOWla Pl Peoeoek Friday Kvenlnia
OK COUNTY ten and aentenced therefor to I ess. Cook .. Waitresses H..n..A. TV "I.. Mt WII
I'OMVI8HIUMH8Polk three (3) yeara In the Florida Htaterleon LOIS BLIP Cow Shop tooCheitov. ... DRIVERS ace 31 te W may .Mh
County. .Florida will apply for Keetoratlon Road .....07.. Dra- Curb hops.MANY experienced fence salesman qualify for 110.000 130.000-11.000 AUTO OLASS and doer repair

ly KIRBY W. BLAIR. of my Civil Rlihta, to t". Htate potion. _.pr..d.. .clip. .eoTcreAuiUlan I and estimator Liberal benefit Liability Inaurance for aa law .. parti Inttalled For tree eatlmateeall ill Sporting Coeds
.. .
Deputy Clerkt Curtain 138 SR-sa Fillnia Cliff Ward til Maea.MO ,
card of Pardon., Tallahauae'lurlda MANY a year for a.- 110'1
.093. at It. next regular meeting .alcoa of roda camplea.and Initallatlea.to ehoote from.Huniredc -: plan including savingsand cldenla without Inaurance. Senior S-001S. LiLacs CAM l.u_ B
/./ JOHN CECIl. REDD1T1 Driven. ...I.a Rick with easy HAWAIIAN prIsOn the beat ?.
IN THI CIRCUIT COUNT OF (Applicant) CHRISTIAN NUSSIIOO borne Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. retirement plan paid pay plant Harvey Smith AteBey. BIUIPL I.t 1.1 per ,. Dacroa Job..'.. S>9B Park Blvd. PlaeUaaPark.

THI TKNTH JUDICIAL Cm :--I.>.< open Special attention liven Mhe vacations, Immediate dis- 413 South Florida avenue, pnone400I1H Cctton at II and many Florida.
CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN ANDFOR needa of eaca patient MU othera .prlDl_ prlcee Wall_

POLK COUNTY IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -1213... count privileges. SMALL INVESTMENT cpportunlty wall carpet er 1 area ruta cal to 112 Wonted Mlscsl.anoo.

CMANCCRVC TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, BHIRLIYO FLOWER and Bobby 53 Help Wonted Female one of the htiheit tuaran- our tlae and editdV Preteat clock
No. 6210 Docket 12Page POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA' hop. 3340 South Florida Cope CONTACT WoO returne available today. No Include Candy Stripe Nylon CLaN FOR peer Ononed. t .
NO 140 1 IN CHANCERY, plate line at millinery auppllca ,I.k. write ..0. Box 3331. LakeAutoraoblle Tweeda and 101 DuPoBl HI-Lo NU3371..
MUST FbDkKAL 8AV1NCM ) maturialo.CUOTOU waJTl\cl8 WAHTm. see II to Mrs A. Cuyler I.ad.I Closed Sanders a C BemlltoaPabrica
liNt> IOAV AHHCK'IAT1OV ) Caao N". 12934 Docket 11 ramea 3' 121 WeeO Memorial 110.1...,.. Personnel Bade City HOT I L7mllea
OK HT PETbRSBURU AUnit.d ) Page Nn 261 MADB drapec. ked- RN AND LiP's Wanted Top Man.eerMontgomery I north of Interrtale WI UP6U
: LOIS P, TOLLETT, prcada and allpcoTcra Free eaImatea > Wards .
Btaleo corporation ) alary. oood .0r1<1DI conditions Service Bualncaa Beta CLOTHESLINE PO81S. craatly
Plaintiff. > Plaintiff, Ia your home laer terrna. and other benctlte Moat be ( approa Iliooo tioooo dowaButlneaa ADS
-..- Call Mra. Burna .8 .'98.. 1028 E. Memorial Blvd. reduced. I and I" oempletelywelded. CLASIfD
j mod character reliable and In
corner Bear Searttown. 41" erottarm with I
PRANCEd D: DAWSON Ota ) THUR810V CONWAY TOLLETTDefendant. TRADING ITAMPO echant 0booht. .oed health ConUct Mri Klnit 9:30: 4:30: 113.too. CN1IISTrailer b. SO and 411.10 pair
AdvertiseIN MOnica, 507 Sad time.. Woodreit Nunlni Home. Hit .
tal Poe. Phone 414V
i iNOTICt Park, appro. 4 ft .., d..e
No n.
Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT 83-6643. elton Are, Auburndale. Florida Saturday else. ManutacturlniAUCTION .
Notice l. hereby given tnat. pureunht THLUSTON CONWAY TOL- available two bedroom CB. J114 TO cell Lualeroemetlca j HARP COUNTERMEN: for rapid Home MI,400 Will i CLSSI"IEDIDE
to a final d.ir..a of fore<'lo' LET; Whoee Jlealdenco andMailing tact Maanolla. Two trailer icecciAleo We train and furnish ,rewlno chain Opportunltlet for trade
cure entered. In the above entitled addreaa aroi Unknown i reoma Bua aervlce Contact kll. Write Luiler, Box 30O8 Or. I dvanctment Bad promotion. Full 'offee. Shop 14000. CW-1721. ItarUni May 4th Auction .V.I
rauio In the Circuit Court of Polk You are hereby notified that a'' at 703 Fairway MO a-0111 andeECIPT10MIBT. I time poeltlona open" Trainee pro- .Cola Laundrltt si.000 dowa. CM. Friday and Mon. Announcem.ta

(. unty, Florida, I will soil the cult for divorce hen been filed THREE BEDROOM: CB home" Car. S E C R START rama available. Apply at McDon- 731. 7:30: P.M. .
property vlluato In Polk County. agalnnt you In the above entitledequlred port Paved etreet dear achooLIN ;eld'. on let: Memorial Blvd Delivery Ca.dudThsnbo I
duo typlna and ahorthand experience Oreaa approi
and that .r. hereby We buy slit for yea S A-
)yinrlda denrrlbed CE: cannot you of down IftO month Alee edaerike to do sonata elltco work I ROOFERS EXPERIENCED la 113000 17500 dowa 4 tect anal Feu**
LOT 0, HlA"K'K B BILT. to eervo a copy defoeoee your new IIS. Hocpltal bed 165 lot o two maa profeutonal of.flee. I hlntlec and bull up Call after JIMMY WALER'SAUCION C Po.o0051 tae4a.ee
BORE 8HOR128. UNIT 3tl, Conway or other .rIU.n MU S-7231 Five day week. S-S pm. '4. 113-4113. ,ito.., 5p
Winter Haven Florida, aclordlni / upon WALTER W. MANLhYlalntlff . Write ..0. Box 4J4. hobo .... JOHN J. BRENNAN CEN Frecapnrtoteo
to the plat thereof rejrded ,. '. attorney, whose addreai duration\ and experience NEEDED TWO colored men, bond S Po......*...Olereneewj
In Plat Hook IT, PICO 1. I. P. O. Box Io4 Lakeland. Florida. Ibm.. with titin d telephone B atwew" e
t'.blloecord" of Polk County, oh or before tho Seth day of MayA BUILDING TRADES WHITE ..ABY8ITnR.10: dancek arnlnta II.it to 13 50 per houror REALTOR USED PRNITR.. and Buy. .pplt. luldlll'TrdllI
I Klorlda. T'>.ether with 10" Aero .D., 1M4. and before or Immnlltely THELEDGER In my home. One child Interview. call 113.4IM miter 124 w. 1oI.ID 000.4103 trade ancea. .pholle.ID. HoueeHiebway .
Pen and Duo ThermV.I1 Heat .. thereafter to file with the 14 c." MU 5.3551.NEED 0 pm.MAN. .North at Olbeonla ::Bhaawe." ode .

_.. Vn. tl&K w/tank. and etand Clerk of tho above styled Court Building, CorpsntsrlngKOOFINO 30 to ... Hard work Apply MU 04063ELECTROLUX. Bu, eerwefftertno
to tho hit.o.eund he orlalnal of said answer Ol Thuraday. 11.00 to 1:00, W SACRIFICEDUE Cene Sre Mfeetj
at publio bidder ule for cU", at the South!Aid written delen.... If any WINDOWS aluminum MONEYto n Poole Service. 702 Beat MalBStreet <3I. sloan nodal 14, Bleeteieel Sei'vlea
of the Polk Countyi'oorljtouoo If you fall to do ao, decree prconfenBO <, aldlni. "" _... repalra, alteration TO HEALTHBY 'new (uarantee. T.k aver pay. | l.termiietMaU ,
Door 54400.
Front bolster the ? .
budget masOn Blectrolua 5551500.irk
. :
.- !. 10 menthe to par
In Hartvw, Florida. beween will entered agalna OWNER '"" r.
11 :W A.M. and I 00 P.U. on you for t"..'relief demanded Ithe CoatracUno Company Inanred.Pbene 4 I or 5 hours day will bring 55 Saleswomen ,? SBWINO uaehlBC. Jk .: ..

(he llik day of Mar. IPII' ComplaintW1TME.BM' MU MU t-aoiS.S-1313 P. Ease A. limmorMao a good income. TAVERN 11.11I. euartera Two new. only used for r..1 U stool 0.5
; you Oakhlll. attar a'i
hand officialesal
J). H. MIXAN JR. my bedroom howe alT hIghway 13 14. 22-A I
I I (lerk Circuit ('onrtBy of office at Bnrtow, FoB Three mllet But, Pleat City THiRTY oellon steel open lop II T ..
VIVIAN A. IVItVi County Florida thle 10th day ol 21 Hoofing Write AVON MANAGER SALESLADY Phone 7M.1M7. drama. Ala S tallon cardboardbuckeu n.A Smnmc,00 Puss,
Deputy Clerk April A. D 1M4D and 1.545. Call MU 34 PIaMec-.SOuene

(. .) H. KLO\N. JR ROOFING DEPENDABLE workBianablp. P.O. Box 1395or tot ....Ir' atari. .....Ir' tipeIcsct .1-teas. I' weudIni
/fbh;NB AND D\V NPORT (lerk Circuit' : court ..., parnanle McOlnnea aol Beceacarf I'i day 64 Invi.tminti,. Jrlii, .'..1You'll AUTOMATIC WASHER, Oectrie Business ServkoPuenituee
loll First rederal HldgPeterebuig By Lucllo HaatlnvaAL Lumber Cempaay 100 aw i Sofs'I00beIAo.oulen.
III. Florida ( -: ) Deputy Clerk: WANT W M.'.. MU 1-3141 Call 682-4137 week Only local retldtatt ranae., MU refriaerator 4295.CIacTROLUX . iOreathcuee : . _. _.

I' 99... v..n ALL TYPES rcaldcntlal or eemmerclal Lakeland Write Ron M-211, VACUUM cleaner :2 .. ., S,00lni
RESOLUTION NO. eel rout repaired or replaced Soaaop PonlansDl
AM Alt! McCoy Roofino' and Sheet Lakeland Ltdicr be happier dlahee. 1".10. beard blankatamltcellaneeua Desaacn.ac Hemelewe -'
A JtIHUI.U'CION DLCLAKINO THK M.CFM81TV > .taI'l WANTED BABYSITTER white to llama 114 But 12 "
IHOHIZIMI AND DlllhcriNU; TUB PAVING; Or' 9'ItM'J'wrRiiY ISO, Wool Olive.1 MO 1-3133 end one child ai m, home from Main. John. Tourlit Park. II Mnue Ceveeo 05.054

JNN/ YIUMONT yA JNtK 'EA LAKE 8HOHHimivv ALL TYPo roofln repaired erreplaced a am. to S P .m. Monday-Friday $16 Salesmen witha 14 Neetiiie. Seeitee. ifeeeleI
: ;. TWIt { ). PLOKIIIA; Repalra marantecd. B Phone MU I 404S alter I pm GOLF CLUBS like new. twe I K.-
1'ROM 1)1 Ml HHt THIS AXHHXHMKNT: (II" ThE: ADJAt'fcSTAM C PeetoB Roollna Ce 811-8931.1 .- Iron and bad .
WANTED CURB CU1 dare Ap- MU BoSOms a..t'
1ALE8MAN WANTED far home
) AHUTTINO;' IHOPHflim OK HAH) PORTION OK1 ADS ALL TYPES el roollni and re;1 ply la porno at Whirl Wind teb. l.aI9. . .... MaMliBa. .-_
deliver. 81-00 Cenmlulon .
HIKtl-T rOK pair Reasonable. llccoaed, Freeeitlmatec Drive-in 1433 Lakeland HlUa FIRST .Tova FOR sale. 5004 .odIUOII.I. 5 s P. te5rse5p
plus company aeneflU, hoepltallaattoa
AND TiMid OF PAYMENT IHKHKJr'. ANDI'iIOVIlIXB MU 3-3WI, Innlevsrd.BUSINESS nt17.. 4 Pieiw Yuei.nw
Kurt TilE MAKING OK TilE L'RELIOIINAIOYAl4I0400IF.N't' _. troup life accident s.dilneith. ,
HUl.Uat -- -- -- Aopl Sordas'O Del,. HOME LOAN 20" BOTLIl an ranae. .. 43 =.,: -

IT MOLVWJ 11Y TilE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY 44 Lake Wire 0.1... Lana North Cryctal. II10 Uke and IM-. 45 .

O*' lAkhlAMJ, KLOIUDAHltllOV : YOUR OWN buelneei pete you 14. : fae*e"
,!' : I. That the City Com mi..Ion of the City of Lake-land Chat you are worth Mores Ask neighbor! ._"
0 Florida, for and on bihalf of the City: of Lakeland dora hereby lie. SERVICE mea earnini 1100 ta 1130 weekly your SACRIFICE Hail 100' eon"unuoua ?. OHs $055.5
toroillis that it. I.. n".rl fur the conv.nl..n". L'oIlfort. u... awl One eetabllehed "territory avail filament nylon carpetorlalnally . teaseS A Clove ...
cutely of the I pulilli and the ownera of the llolnlng propartlea that .bl. Per peraonal Interview, IT II Bet vard. so i Welle - 141405
Klrnl! Htreet from Vermont Avenue to Lake Shore Drive, mlthln the poloo_6H3-4HM alter I p m 1100 Ilk yeara eld MUM have =
t'Ity of Lakeland' Florida ba paved :III accordance with tre plane I SEMI RETIRED er retired man. FIRST FEDERAL .a.n. Write Bex P 2IS. Ltk.ludL. Implly.nl

and ipeUfkallone now nn file In the I < fflco of the City Cleric of the DIRECTORYFOR nil er part time. Prefer some ".000lp Wactad -

(0 City if Lakeland. Horldt, and open to the Inapettlnn of the publlo.BbCTlON privlout aalaa or lesIOn aspen.coo. I- It poop Wanted female
I. That the' City of Lakeland, by He rommlmlnn doea and likes to meet people SAVINGSAND 103 Fvrnltijro & AppllcnctsREFRIOERATORa 14 Kale WenMef, ajlale
hereby order the conhtructlon of .al
described lute, plecee and paroela of land which are the loin and YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE Boa 9377. Lakeland *> A S B I R Skcalera. I .mais.54050,00OT ,
land adjoining oontlguoua and abutting on inch linpro\mnt; the I air eoBdlltoaara. its All Pa w 5ev 000005 5.1.01055
runt and axponaa of the conatruitlon of said paving shall b. paid fromBamaamcnta LOAN ASSN. stole repaired Tempi ...r financial
of the said property to ba *o huneflted aocordlng to tho WHEN YOU NEED IT! el. See Be for loot seed . .

amount of front footage adjoining. oonllguoun and abutlli g upon OF LAKELANDOowntewa year Kelvtnetor Bad 11 Buelneee OeMetiHiiwee
Morse dtaler Nile e> Day TAppliaacee. .3 leooec.o
aald Improvement whlth aaaenanient rrpreaentlng auch Improvement _
04 1 __" oteeke. Smee
rust chaR I,. payable a* followai 90% one II) year from the date Appliance 1 Plumbing StippllisU. 1330 Aukuradalo Rd 01 Mortweeee
of the confirmation of the aaaviuinenti; 10% two (I) year from : Create at TcnneteeePbcnc MU 4-3170 04 .ft Load
.UI'" date and the balance of 40%, three It) year from auch date, fUR PROMPT ropetre en telrteereuorc K. MOilftla Do-It TourcetfPlumblni : OM-I11I VACUUM CLEANERS reZeeadltlaned 4J w. T* Sorrcw
which period la hereby declared not to be In xceaa of tile eillmatndUfa weihlnt Biachlnea, andappllancca and Electrical Buppllea .. ..1'. Horticulture
sail Tnnlty City. Free InformatloB and .
I of uih Improvementl; and said aaaeaamrnt shall bear inter t at deliver Orev Park: Crystal L... Drive Ore Held 3131 ClteelaadBeiabte
: servIce Department, l -Sill tool rental. pipe cut and threaded .
iho rato of 1% pec annum In accordance with. tie provlalon I ,the 14 boura" aervioe 1111411ll at Meadowbreek . 14307.SAVE r Peetil >er. leM
hurler cf the City of Lakelund Kl< rlda. Payment of caM aeaeaanl Appliances Serviced > .- ahall ba maile at the office of the City Cnlleutor-Treaxurer of Pr.e'laVanto5l.e

li'v City of Lukvlund. Murlda 1r* vrtIlartien faded by the Ini- 1.EC'IlilC APPLL4OICES: arci.. ,ad. Printing fOR 25 to 50% r LaN .
I" 'ment herein rufurrcd to, the naomi of the apparent owner.o nl... rtteonabli. Free estimates. 65 MortgagesSO 4O i -
1 evllmaled amount of auih coot affecting each panel of land Window sIr rodiIioneroerniresod Polo ALL our ,ntma needi 0 "_
'If v, fullowal . "i,0"' rail MU 2.4404. Commercial. Preaa Tree luetcry
Eat tpnl onpaau 0 '. altPho'l In.. Letterhead, lltheoraphtniRadiator BUILD tell refinance PBA 'BACOK'SReBult Drove leu.emcalInstroctlon '
Ottcnptien and Front Pee o.t't I 0 Ill' AnI'to, f\l't .11.! ..,,,..100 and VA ...'-..... Plrct Moth 5.0,4
Cora of Florida SOO B. ,...- *
ApaartM Ow ., Fiotaat Front Ft. To Owner Auto Soot Covsrs coon
... MO 4-3m.
I Ida
Service BEST
TIlE Oaneino M.5.d
: : :"' G. Block I. Bon Air S -.1- ,
.hdIilIo, "' Luneas *
.. 0
mar Cum.plete .
lI ANY TYPI r.d''..u>r .,"Ic.. llvtaa roam tulle Sobo.lu
11..111 rollui.rt 1311 SI17STI aUlOmolloter.or.\ .. 'J' HORTICULTURE
.1o.Dlnl. recorln rebulldln Priced at Law Livestock
I I., 110''.I. ">t Bun Air Addition lace Main Phone MU I.1110Concroto .....d'.. Radiator ..".... MO .
I ':, .i.\ 131 lit III.11 atlolRADIATORS... $89.95 and up. 07 Saee Per SIte

.l I.'.0I, '.;hoard IlIUo'k I, Run Air Addition i BLOCKS eleanedi 71 fertilizer food. Soil For _lul.Savlniila 0C I. 0,..Llvwe. c..Poie

iJior and Virginia ._
LICENSED eOlotCR&TB.r"" -: i vehicle. Cycle-Flo method Re- BUYS OROUND PEAT mark Peal Bad Poultry 4 5e.Iise
t: 131 1.11 119 ti aaile Sapolma
; .. '. 'I all4 7 W.rn.k', lor Drlvewaia. floo.... aldawalkaatepe. .: pair.a.II lypea Gentler. 1201 nil mlaea. Located 1300 B. Mala VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed U Waao.d.-t.e.ooopis. PnS
It'.ub atreeta, aurba patios and South Florida I brldaaa BU B. Mo..'". MeehandlMt
\Vu. '
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300 111 lIMIt .akeland[ Radio t TV Repair C1.EAOPHOIPBAI'I aaad fer ,..._
t : 11, w.... ul a. Block I.Lulli. 06"1 awn. Aloe taad aad dirt fee fill Department. Cmos .,__
11 FMCIIUUTUAL fJCPKKf: RADIO and TV Service B De.... MU "30'1. In Mulberry Sineuu.n ....
Cutn ,, 1.11 SIR.IIo DIAL plut free molature, proefln after IN ...
1.' 9 In410 .n4' V HOUND PEAT 13 cObb teed .1 :The aavlaii pen make will mote Aetleue Pet ale .Btiea.Aatomotivo .
8 PENCE Comuaaf, lacLoweat your act la repaired la our modern
tili't: ..
,.... Betel Peel Com pear 4311.akelaad toss pay Urn Bad MIDis a ln00ace.
': : UIOt'k I. Uon ...1' prlcee no dome parneat.tuaraateed then al a fair price Brlntyour Rllla Bled. .....,... Mulberry'e .. ._ 5a5p1m5
11 We wont he undertold eel la and cave 10% *r sell I" .._'.'..
t:: "lN :::: k 13;,: 111 019.18I.ct'ltl Lakeland Industry, MO .. Howard Radio and TV. MU RICH CLEAN lop soil fill dirt.awa lit c. a. A Odd -
non Air Roach I' 411 Free tlmatec 3.1"0. "I LoDd.1101. salt $0.RerI I aand. Drive war material W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Mala .
II> RUIII.h Und..nan lIlY f : III IIS.1317JS11 Mower POop TolD C aid well. ...-..... 10 F- OesIiee.en
ei[ ESTATE .
111mb '. lIun J0
Air Furniture .
.el I
I 11:. I'I'.lon Scrssn Repairs stare sod erebauoe Il ,
: :I auld lI"I"' .' ; MU ETUOEa 8.., furniture. prleeeMather I 72 riowors Seeds, Plants Mulberry Flerte lop -Pls.e5..p. seasimo-

IA.t I. lIlUo'k I, lion Air US. IU IIU .t Pnrnltare. Phcae OSS- 4CHEKN: REPAIRED meect wireecreenln Mulberry Store H.ure I" Pee.. 5 Bauual .
.," h Ailtllttuii "" 1131 replaced la weed Crueial SHADE TRIE ."""t.ta. RaId tree Sam. la S p... 40,, P Sites. I" Cud" .._ .
lx.t: 1, DliKk { Don 3311IJ 111 frame. Pick UP delivery. Chmeee elm Mlmaea Weeplni until u. ........ a.u,_. '
HHlard Air Addition lownmiwsr Repairs e'8-'JU Read The willow. .,....ore. ear ...... .h, Open AU Day WednesdayOver I lii
1.1.\\'i: : S' 40963 lII.pIH. .ucalplu.. Ouowood. too.Poralo.onbsa ecKx-iale ttorea eervln lID W--
" '. 11"1Ir tl\ 1
... .ttlitij. LAWNIoIOWIR It&PAIItINO asna Swimming fools 1Oc. Owre's Ih., Florida UI
:i.I ; lIullowil' Jr. and Jeinie end toolo .h.ooaed Sup sad Mil .r,. 48Ja Io.th FlorIda.Ct.OOINO Lakeland Aeeeeiata state. *

113 1.11 lullS mo..r. KlaH,. laO' feeler MU OOUa CLEAIIID. repaired. OUT A.ureas d sacs.drab. 111 No Florida Ave a.. _.tieejleio
J:V'lboTiiBBon11011 Air Adllllloilt 6-1151 1,1100 p a I a.e d. ehemleala. auppllaa.equipment ... .Iule 01 00 pet ISO ".e1 Will Treat Too REar II: A

!! ,, I'. 111 II' U ..*H. 70S Baal MalB LEDGERCLASSIFIED while loop ..." 1311 Baal IA..... Ill .utema S. Illuo'k .. B n Air A.ldltlui Polntlnjterlor YU 4355. lip *MtameB,*ee evaatea
Ow.ar ('..n..11 mid lie <... lIe a_ _
,noll 13& 111 4.$5EI1TIMATFO PAINTLNI3/ OPECIAL k rn.aao In- foR J. P. t.aee _I.. call ClapS 73 Foods, Fruits VsgrklosPRUIT UI ,.n-re I". Vno.ao
Brra.o.N.Cto.orno. SOe-Oead IN Perm
1110 at.raueentorioralas. tme.iemee.ta
P '
SUCTiON .. Ho it l : : Pint elaaa .0... Guaranteed FOR sale. bat er buihel.ree 111 Meeile..._
and he I* hereby &SSAaaeMJoV: b.. Reference Pheao MI-43M Upholtiirlnglee run Alto ahla. 3001 NertBFlerlda m : ,,..M -

dlrwtled and .. Hrnir-P-r-I 1' herein after 330.PAINTING.. IJPH UlTlllllotO &a". 444-1011. IM = rrKloee

provement agalnat I Ithe II' paid IIn- WA8HINQ carpenter .lee. Ills coven and dr._. raaaeaable OIlING BEANS: II M ..beJ. NEED A Contois'
City Coinmlaalon it N Ilaihea lIon 1111111 tI on ofbold work interior ealerter work. FreeoftUmatea POse ......_ pick .. Ten pick R C. Bou ..U. ..ua- a ? .. 0cc
In aciordanoe with I I"w l,:' hi'',""" hereafter be reaaonable prtcea. 113- and delivery Phone aai-4n40 001 ale Road. MO 10117ITRINO !n! !! : -

and which are hereby deemed by thJTritj"l ?' V'l.lly benefited "m, on-mil, Mr Tirman H:illlnt.w rUi RoadVsnotlaii f
BEANS II hamper. ,.
111111 lOin' : 'oF
lo be trn"III.
filed bdU'i: -"' I"h.IlInI.. nick and brIan container. Alderaa REPAIRMAN? r _, .
1. of land sAlnln: CotiigIlua are *"" rl *' "a. lila Picture Fromss IllnslsI ADS Plpkia Road. Call MU .. i Moanc "

aaid ..rovement: between .nd M I I ( : sod' \: I Sf.8IA.TION ItCALS ; TOM U4 __ M_. .
torlIini AND
plot.l1.ill. of PICTURE FRAMES Beautiful ER HOT auntaltanufacturad i UI ._ &
4. B. It further frames cod MOuldlni Custom and Repaired cleanedreflBUhed TRAWBERR1E8 YOU piek I.,. JI ._ ., _
reaolved trst. If. .1 Ale autamoklle eons 0'111 oentalBer JOe p ___ .,
\ ready made Oalaea Art Shop autrt. BHanea.
> n. You
Sf.if-mi rSk' ntaaJld..prior.f. the'" th M"wntnt Muallai. ,, a. KOI Otleana Street MO S-3204 tIes kllnda Air-Lite. MO a-Slll 77U Mew Tampa Hiehwar will find a complete u. ". _
r."fVltlod coat of auch ImnrmJm U. ..__ M_
:t.tr <>r 'parcel of land herein la llai l II ::nt. ::>r any Daily lilting of dependable !.W a._ V. ._ ._
f City of Lakeland. no eeanuce.. 4.ah2ll : m.T.l T .>"" 76 landscsphig U' BetittH

properly affected by ouch payment al.llI.t anyPAKril. IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS service firms In Classified tool EstateLaGAL

.4DATTtUT AND CJIrlrJICLJ'Ii: TO PAMAfJ, thin bIb I HARDY SOD CO. 540 B.o Ham, Lais
Apil. day of
under ..
Beoilai Lawa Oraatea today "Bust- I. ... Pee Sole
/./ n. HAROLD nnizvnutJrORM BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Orad na PlantlBf 14 ,..

: I.or ('ollllnl..lotl.r" FREE ESTIMATES ns. Srie. .,

f.. : oil VIOIANAPPRUVKIZ0 lib II Oilmen MUegi i t. t.F

.. 6-1151-Ask For Classified TRACTOR WOR: Mewla. plow :
'' AMI. t'IlltHIy'TNpp.. ."" I DIAL MU IB*. "" aD .r.d'... See.Hollaed : Onacouwsa. Som.mn

I, "a .to"i'i'' '" City J. tlAltIJIS Atrulney 1. nnl5u.n .IB..-.'. 013-0411 eeedlnetradln sea Meoa7..w: :: ,

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LEDGER. ,. AprO 2$> 15-B r

lit Agfemibllis Fer Salt 121 Meblle HemesTKAO.EM BUT REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATI1S3
lood. tow *. (44 low*. neehlB .= =- supolIss. 1.. BEAK (V A DESERTO RVKM COTIKXi TUB I 153 Hems Fer SaliSUBURBAN H... For Salt
llMd Cere, MB M.BUPCT. nod 5054,01pn.oS.r1.rS. "=
JOCkS, .11. Nov I

Bill l'OallCUI*, rod I*. Dunlep MIlL*0. IJ.0 UOOO.-. Toaps 111.11.. uv I-IGJt. I wr

B-I7M. ____ 1&:12a with'. houeet .IItI I !c HOME 4 BRICK HOMESThese

PaR 1AI.I 1151 Lincoln. All power :: :rI WO'II. o" GD kr w. b.
air eondltloned. A-t "' ..... I1o4horn." 1.ii. C,. 3 .Just (1usd 'I. modeps Select Brick Homes
Call Footer, MU B-ja'" IMP .1Id bod'Ol. a bilk' loInS. Ire ready for IMMEDIATE

1160 PLY"OOTH. four door On.4n01 ron BALB. All slu.tnu.ijj.. lot ..UI.. I.nd..d I
Features Include
10,01 ...rID.. ....k.. Sod ...1... ernlihed or Boftiralabed .o,. Ha. 10"21' "UO porch wltl.
and ....*..Iaolo.. Law ."..**. N."', offer. lee Ctampllnat I til. Hoar, utllltf.room. with work' 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths.
Etcellul _.IU.... MO. MU *. Johei TeurUt Park._ 'hop, walk-la cloMU, io etuc Florida and Dining Rooms.
..,.. LATB MODEL 10 wide mobile' Inn, 4" deep OU. .. kltcbn .
aMa COMET Onl 0''. Air Mill.IKwed. Sos... Tore. bedroom. IH boUt, .11 plenty of ...111, Prop- FHA I low I$450 down
tire Send .*Brel ...,. with or wlthovt lot Good term .n> perfoit condition. U rou and NO DOWN PAYMENT
.U eondluoB 004. frlco IU04I MU 1.4145. ire In the market for an ....a
..... ...-. MIP-AMAR nke Bciue enuide ClIP b* cur VA. LMLA.
5046 OunIlip mu,
'**e ((lit' RO-1311.
.t'uetid 45s10.: On. :
trade IMO
SlUM end 1111 Ford good tuBiileeio. L'aail.w.! .. $05. -
boMi run ...... for Ills' : : H. W. STOCKARD EGG RANCH

Factory Fresh 1964 I REALTOR 10 ACRES with a nice 3

101 OLDBMOB1LB ".UI.. 'tIard- 129 Famished Apartments! 130"h... Houses 139 i For Sole Berm. 2 Bath home wil
01111hisl.nwniod 0050151001Prod
'p IIII'y1A1r-IxtrOl.lood 10' Wide 2 Bedrooms WebberJim laae room and
_dill"' 507-4241 ; FOUR ROOMS, aerate apartment.irend TWO BEDROOM. Florid room; ....m.. bath, .
...,.... Oft .'r..' parkI a bedroom ..t.... Bear Bear. 114 famIly sos Pollard. Jr. place. Florida Room
Pallw.sodSi.iS9L I. $M MUi.. Ill Weal BelmerONI Mel Rudr, 1IJ7 E. Memorial *M107. room lob William* screened
porch work
l MOBILE HOME sit"- (*Uii, I I : feaeed PIn (Aaburndala WO 7-4&SO> shop
Ml-I3 l. Ellen uuabroak. from demeatarr. O. lord Blmmermena, Jr. and
2,000 beautiful
: ; BEDROOM, ol *,lni purr TUBER ROOM or .11I.1...... Bui and from 111.,
.deordiIlon.B.rS&5IEl85I97L1H31114VL Completely Furnished r ml floor nlro ntlihhorhoodihopvlnt at door duo and son,, 111 Cre- 362& I 811-0668. 117 .florid Ave. M 1-3113 Leghorn heni-Also alr-on

? Dauphlaa. Pour W..t ,.tI.roo"contot. S-OUSt. 701 ...... MU 111108.IOUTHOATI .....- ; ...... .om"'..- Br."cl Oftlce lltioned fully equipped egg
door leoo milea. Uk .... CloaIni ONLY 0 rPOIITE BHUrrLEBOJ AREA two dlu. beta. I. > I & .""-. .a._ 1131 MO 14111 house
_uw. '110. 301 ArInonSWl.4. LOWS? 3 room* nod Florida r"' home .., bedroom. ill eendltloned. c.u ether In and 6 acres of pas-
Call MU '-'401. $3395.00 Adult*. 73J Cut Orui 1I"1J fvllr fureUbed. Clark lot Diklelaad ture-CO-17.

'II FORD automat, 57'. Call Reeltr, ..e40JlLAKB $50 MONTHS
MO IM42FORD DPPEH TWO btdroemi. PrlTttontruKo OEE8ON: : altraotlvelr lur- \III.-.... homo PE
ml nIt conditioned Pair- 7 Year Financing and bath. Clran. Call nlibed two bedroom home, ....... Mel Rod,. Real ud1 tram borne SCOTT KELLY'Reallor
irenlno or Sundar. MU l-UTo.
lane 100. Two duor, verr eleaB.I . Easy Tcrmi Up South. Ttnn M..o.DE8IRABLI mi.. end flatiln prlvllece. |7I. ... .....10'. hat moot UnmedletelyN ,
''M WlnUr ...... CT .....,. THRE8 room IIO Clark Realtr. .88..031. ,111" tw* bath
IMa TWO door whit Ford Oalan front partnant. Bath. ..,.... MIAMI OW'II'I.ra to loiS or dlbeoa area eitra Minimum down ",..ao LMLA
100. Floor s11U" .Call ..*. MARSHALL'SMOBILE Adulta. Qui. 11 Loko Morton ..U. ineuir 711 McDonald or H) and me. move .... Pot taformeuenhon 213 S. Tennessee
21* Monday thrwuib Friday P
1011 after I. HOMES 9341 or 0504224.UIJPLIZ lad UiUiitoa roome .. bedroom h..... Ie MU 2-5195
100 1M4 Oldamohlle. Power TBKES room ptt"aw T lilt 1 1 BEDROOMa WelkineloMte. Randy ... No dowa pay MU 2-flllG I IHOSPITA
loerlni.. power brake. radio 2875 Gulf To Bay "bath, ..tr...... Wator funilthid Bcreeatd porche. Abs, Realtr. 1471 --- - -
Souls Oood _I\IOa. MO *. ClearwaterHwy. Adults, no p u. ltO nionth. 131 ...... apartment ....Iabl..Clam.. mile. Lout: from
North Kontuckrilahod .l.e.U.nl Bouthtld Location TWO AREA NEAR
130 3M4 New Jeroey Hoed.MONZA Bin, ;: bedroom home. SCHOOL!
'*3. II.7M coupe, blue. #60 East of *19 Alii 000DIT100.E13. .1eI1 Oar- 13-1311. collect ', .... ,to' on Il. t bedroo H
radio and beater automatic. lowmileaie. VI... ....... aoartm.nt oMUlor phono 340' en highway completely, fu."lloc1. with I Three bedroom with separate .
. la .......", eondltlon. CALL COLLECT 7W-2608 ill S.ulA Waurloo A,oi. Lake Morton Area : only 60" a> paneled Uvuii roo. ..prai dining room, Florida
Will finance t* food credit. To 055 i. MU 54095..1.o.l .. !, per month. .*.... dinlnt room lo..t between
.14. call ...... ...-..... DOWNTOWN: Two lots.ml. CLEAN. stool fwnlihed. two bedroom to bill. ,P..*. treat. Bee the hoipltal and Parker. room, carport and attached
: 6* TWO bodroom Oreat Lake* ... t duplek BeparaU dlnlBi L. Ordnef, B. L. iklnt Call *arl Tranjuwith .
'OLKBWAOEN. $xc4.tF'_. 10'100. aluminum awnlni Air .114 work DUllllti paid room IV Florida room, oars.., FOUR at Dirk' Real T.1.1.. ..., "r. "' 011. garage on huge corner lot.
dltlon. two ipeaker radio heater conditioned.. .u.a,... ll-l. 17pm IU So th Naw York .12..02._ landr to eollec*, o"re. church thrco Mala. Phn MO MU 1-717 or ....In.at I Reduced to $11,950) RN-813.
... throuah. a.n '1M' File 1171MO . MODERN DUPLEX ThrM room ... lewntown etc. Adult, B* pet. iDols 'Ml..

l-ITTt ,.. VENTURA A-l .....IUG.. Extra (South lotirl.,u'o.' .,sot MU Ooilht 4.2540 710 171 per moBin. 0..... Ro.I...,. floor*. U'I,-
IBM FORO .....'Ubl.. red 0.... *. MosS _. Phone 483-3747, ""'iATiurn; MO 1.3083 TWO .II.d poroh, *ut- BUSINESS HOME*
IRIS Bun Liner V-i. automatictratuml Grow Trailer Ctt,. NEWLY ; Loris Owner MO J- LEFRON
ton. whit watt tire.. radio room*. Modern furniture *oodlocation. ouiled 100 ,. .. VlSI Modern three bedroom air
and neater. power ._111'. Handr ....."... Uiop.eeBler. TWO BEDROOM fUTBlahed bouas.LSr. ... roil StsrIooklii .. Pour
now tire*. lood abape. Call MU 124 Tricks TralUrt pIll hoepltal. pncne 11130 .. hadr ,.... ReaeoBebleadult Mve in ; horn. 10 lar5 p D, J. boIls. conditioned with huge
1-311 *Itr I. lloo Providence *. "*. 8U1 W.*, Olive Phonl ot RIOtS .. ..... land. Land Vuci floor lot* ol .. :screened porch suitable for
Rood- 111. FORD Van rrueb. 001.rn. . .-7<*. ", .ecltoa. woman colon In a bums, Owiit
lor. Mark TradIng ....." MU ._U, wreeoed portS roo cleenBleat ; NEAR :! ., *. n will dUcw. term.. office on 80 lot lot on East
M1CBLV P'\IIUIIIlII&O houae. *letrie
New Tamp KlchwayINTERNATIONAL. . ... .location _..111.. kitchen Carport Waehin room Call M eee near Field itore. Only
m to* lonf 114 JohBee. 550.0603.lOU'1HoLDE. ,.Illuee., Wutald. fOe pits III. within V.O !Rale ibis D Capo 9 RN-878.
.b..lb_ "..11. 1MI modal. Can ,1130 PALM IIse-2'1 .. $2,951
HEAR oollit*. two I
bo eeen at Ocnei ........ l.0e _roo.... IH battu. icrooncdroat KfV811 :
HOUSE North Florida Av*. .... ..... 110001 FOR roil no 0000..r Call NV la thIs MEL
"" . Wator f rlUliod. Ro" Call UV '''111. : even RUDY
FOR BALI II' aluminum t..u.t MO "lta2.CO"'SNIaNTLY I TWO. with I both* HOMES BY
bed, with full rear door. b..I.I. I.". of llvlnt art*. LMLA REALTOR
TOO SMALL? SOS _'Itloa. 002$. Boo at Nor. duplu: Wator LOCATED(urnlahwlSumamr onebodroom :131 Fer Rent, Mlicilloniovi pluS,' "' nicely MORTGAGE BROKER
., eo Mnvealint to VA MANAGER
n* Traiufer Blorai. 11M W. rat 13100 month SiLt TWO 1
Memorial ibId Ea.t Ma..OIlL Mi-4&U. TWO BEDROOM trailer, private ho.... 1527 E. Memorial
,lot Purnihed I bedroom bu*. MU ... $100 DOWN Blvd
Too big? Mike th. tint DO YOU WANT PkMC MO 1-4111 I dial 68M107 any time
move toward the borne Complete Uttlai all government
a lies four room urnUbot apartnnulf 133 M..". Homes a
ol drvimf by check- I ban ,... la a food location wne4 borne la Ana Mae.
your : oloao to ..I"_. Bcroonod CLEAN MODERN turaUbod) huc- 143 .uri offlc Monthly ",""W
lag "Homei IV Sale" in 1211vtlneti Places lor Ret nonh and f....... Nioa ,.NI. Call trailer*, ......... 0..... 1I.ln. conliuon ,.. .bedroom CB at low .. ISO. Btop by our of-

*. Utltiuee furnUhed. Bu*. CHOICE .., you are look 111 N. Ma AfLakeland. ...
Ca..1I1ed today. 840 HARRY HALDEN HP-Ill .......1' M3-3I1T .. ,,,, II I. *ood li.. 0 cal
SQ. FT. T. It Tucker, It,
Ml Booth TMn. Af.. MO I-I1M NICK TWO bedroom Itullir, light I13M elreel and wan
OFFICE FOR RENT! ..... furnUhed. Laupdrr leclll.available. Bert """ In wonderful r*'1 Realtor, M'.11. FHA Ms.P100,10 .

'In Tucker' Dm Store BulldtndM'I4I' T W . u.. Bui Una. 3601 1711. part It can be ? M.I.. VA YOUR fAMilY'SSfCURIT. ?
0 a.shoI.r .Il.a' term
117 Autemebllii Wanted .*... parkin la treat fInS floor ...... .111. North Florida ose-ioll. ... Property Manuel,
and rear Terrene floor. Ideal .1....'. LlUiao. .Ulltlo.. D.kln.
WAITED CLUJt ..?. .44 to 'II tor.apply d.."outlet., '. office Central or medical beaUn IIoU.... .. UlI".n. 'U-.8. 134 Meblle Home Lots

1004.1. Call "u I-JIIJ. 'and air condttlonln (110 month.ly o A. A O. APARTMENT Ikrc.
FAT CASB for pickup "..k :I Call T R Tucker it. Real block Iron slIp haU. 110 month SHADY LOTS '..ulll......... modr '
er CB
Our under 11 _... Fleece MIl ,tor. MO "1113.'I' rear ....... Adult..*, a. ptt*. all fftcilltle. clean reetxeonu.ere MARY MARY (
Boeth' Lake Ave .ho. and laundrr Clean r.B.tJ I ,
MO 1-1164. ACRE .
'I'' OFFICE SPACE 8PACIODB THREE room dupl.l. ".U.... Three willH Baal II How ..,.., tardea rrewf Ar
CUll IN flaoll. ear or ptokep !'tI.n. I-404I i
11 elder. CIII ".."". WIldIts Per KentLltht olson Nail n>w S.... and Wardahoiplni. roe InUreaUd IB n.., .
or .
*...... .1_.." air. cendltlonedoffice . Adult 121 ions Poach.tro LAn BONNT Pour Btar Mobile w.* Iud flnlahed beeutlful tree I .. S bedroom
tpece with utuitlee and Home Park New I.....' lola in on rani/oven. .. I bath home, wlUt ."llt li
WE PAT 111 IP (Junk carCruck .. Janitor eervlce M lew ** WO.00 ..*...lIa, Ruth end .". Mm,1... South Located In .. ..I Florid room .eereened o
IN 1..1 for
). Free pick *". "..lIoa'. ".... DIXIELaND oo.pl.. pal electrl, water and ...... borne about four '010' bulldm "o. View your own. For outstanding
Iron A Metal, In.. H-3117. Call MU a..a1l or IIU -tlOl. 0.105 miS. bus line Block to elty limn., off .. ",. Let .. 'ou
TED TOWSON 311 COUTH Iowa. CIiiT;; erw Orove PotS -vhopplnc Center. ,
Rd OR KI2. home
WILL PAT cua for laa car er buys tee to-
pickup. -IT er older. MO l-4oe JUalto LMLA .aparUnonta. tolls roomi ..... Oood leke (Allis. and boauin 1K..1. MU
111 B PI*. A... with private bath. Oil toadlUon Small pet* Into North Crrtlal $150 C..m.. For
Call 40-1161 .d, alao ....... . Lake Drive MU 1-7471 Winifred Gann day't "Home Sale"
' "' ,
BACHELOR APARTMENT two LARGE: PRIVATE trailer lot onbu I II I listings.
m Femltni.1 Apartment lattt roomi. .1...". kltchon, bath line Patio, Children welcome. GILLETTE With
Pmdam Chevrolet win with abowrr, Stir (l-an andprlYtto. 1104 Colonial cell ....U.I. I I
I>, rear ear It II. IB MUl)34: 1)1 Couth fuMell fi Boa. I.IU
CAR PAYMENTSTOO 411 BeuUi 1'otI_ Reeeooebl at... 13S horns Fer Rent 144 .LILA. Fie. 811.21 .A..e.un
IOU 1-14 :
REDECORATED: ONB bedroom ; \
MU 2-417
MOTH: APARTMENTS. Me *a. porch.. Cool end ahededCloe* LAROE: ROOM Ohio arar binOeBtlemaa LAND
do.. lawn Adult. Phon MU p't
HIGH? two room*. Ions btllltlee furBiibed preferred er men and .Ioarod
DIXe MeteL *00 ..*w 2731.BEAUTIPUI.. wife. Price reaeoneble. MU .-13.. U.O ... GOOD BU CLASSIFIED DISPLAY

Pendant Chevrolet W1D Bay aft Tamp BlcnwerTHRFB UPSTAIRS on. b04.roo. MICE CLEaN room. Clue I* DISIc- dross f. srii. InlroossI
raw let* .***! ear aad eeadre ROOM*. alee*. ..1... .... .. .p.rlm.n' for 1115 ""'asor. land Cell MU0113. .b.,". ,rl.hbo1rhood? (soOn 'I.ERleSHO .
.... hi ..* roe eeei affetdBe ".. 11<.".... Bleclrle ......... ell AllIs .... 1IG7 .Imola Dcl., .00' : "; mIll SALE 1174.
Mr. Kwn uuiitiee furBUhed. Adulu eBlr LoIs ItolIIiaworIlo C.1l 0111 LOVELY PURNUIUID room, ....- ... head HUNTER 16.Ft.Stardust
Partln Ml-IIQl 3 30 'l2anll.I'FICIaIIICY. vat ..".a.., Private bath, tele.uhone. 3 000 R. M. Marlcr & Son .
Ideal tar leleimeo. 111. .
PENDARVISCHEVROLET PURNUHED O* *............. pcvvet : : UTILITIES f.ral.h. 1711. prM :: LMI,A BEALTORB
beta ..U'.... 117 oo .. No pota Wwlaldo. Call MU froatei* Florid moons.: 401 Itum infill
.MOO avwthlr MBM Arrt- 1-1130 W 0 R K I N O OINTLCMAN: pre R C !,
Dick .al
ferred. Limos, Biodern, lurolihed
ale ton I444IPR1VA1B ..
PACING LAS Pnrk.r. 10..1' .
Phone ;
room Private entrance, prlvete. COST BUILDER leiileeeel with Tf Hi Bvln.
ENTBAMCS ...*... larie tear room. VII beth terrenelloon. bath room. Reasonable rat*. MO MU 1.34 rude. Mash flit ..-.i. .
IU N. Florid. A... poreh pier beech pIT*. 11(1 "..
...re'". llvln mm. kdn.... I-070J let Phone rln* Inns time $21,500 .
kitchen beta OoivenleBt Bo.thIdc 11..... Pint floor AdulU *8tIT34only. .0.11I.. '
Hoo..a. IRSEZS rnndlt.londSorb I '. MooS ..ll bt eoit "'I. fIns new
120 Farm Implement* eelibborheod. Ceupl Blr THan 1100101. nod h", oooood .110 lint MONTH ) three bedroom two 1295
a tury
*J31.ATTRACTtVELf. floor. ...r .10. and ..... Adults .rrIon, 55 2'InDI'kr,, Oiuos.14q51l OROVE oath, Ill fondltinned horn In
. e8 .78.' and oak
FORD TRACTOR. Kleb. lift end PVRNUItSD on. MU 'U. nuUulde. *HA. 10 rear M-
"...Ia hoe lood. condition. Chevrolet and two bedroom epartmeoU 401Boulh MODERN TWO "bedroom dupltlnicely ' cLosiDowIsT0wN: 0,11111 ii.trobo. worm home at Par.1010 sums print meruaie.or . Compler
dump ....k. Ford loinS Florida, MU 11H7FTJBNiaHID lurnlahed cool aulet II"dl.trtc" .. 55 05,0. IU OsulA II.. ScSI. 1..1. Pak. apooIlUOinh. phoni L J. Rice'
I 25* "
truck. 1M1 Broadway Lakeland : York. BM-402 .
tow ,
Adult rODS
OH farauhedew R O. ., I2M daw 686-0429 DICK'S AUTO SALES
beeetUul Loll 1I0 0a. Ill 014.ATTHACT1VI. CORNER i BKDHOOU. prlvil eotraD DlrS'i :
121 M..". Kernel Lake Mertoi Drlv*. .,. W THREE and one **, ceatlemaB prcffrred. Near Phcma loll I. MI MU 2-1610
1-311. room apartment 140 and DO los and rlore.. Ill We.t lisa. eM-dtH
Downrtalri. 12. EonS ROM
ltd LOCATION. Cuss Badpleaiaat. _
10 11 n M K WIDE Larie .10... nace.j'rVRMUHKO AFARTMIMT twin, LIVING bedroom' "' comlie Con ter and bee 821 E. ORANGE 1

MOBILE RObot IHSOP.AHCBITORAOI Adult. Parkin*. Witer fwralabad >*droom*, ,comptot bath lIvIng 0OhIloO.* Ptval. both md rol-Loss for END of MONTHClearance
A PARTS 130 w... Caanea room, *llclacy kitrhon, wUlltIN'arnlihod fullF air' i-ooditloned wllh'levlilon CHOICE BUILT BALI II.TOOK A barlamil .
MODERN .".,.....L coa...lnl t* ku*. *' Li nonuoc 4 11011$.. I.".. PICIDI block from lbs
DEE'SMOBILE I".. .100_ lor adult 114 .*., Jbopplnf, churiihm. adult only furnwied. Hoot BouUirii. 191 I""mid .. Jiufllebord .olr.*. Aa attractive .
LSlioI Phone MU 1-7930 MU 5-4034. 130 Young Pt_. Last BaacoB Road MO071J.. 104\21. .. home oo.,. ln. of llvln

HOMES OARACIB APARTMENT Peer DEalRABLI SOUTHBIDE apart- TAUPA HOMES room,....,. I"h" bedreema. Oh ,,..and.
room. Comfortable eoaemlentlylocated. ...alo. I. I or 1 bedroom. Menonly 136 Reemt With Beard 001".' . On AllCheapies
MI .. WbB MU e-MM r). pet*. tanlr* SOI Lee.SMALL Call M1-13H t i......4 In front p.b .11. Lot
01 S1r100.to1.raos. I CENTRAL. THIIEI roomi. private- BOARD WITH lunchee to 10. ..IOJ.PASTeR.. .' 5. rear lot I is 100 feet rental deep lad.nln. ,

FOUR room, Florida ,bath and entrance. atlllUa fur. TIVIOOB room. B**.onbl.. Ill vmnl e* .u lot o* buid In. 1,1C.1l

room all ...."*. air eondltloned.il nubed Adulu Fr.rer elderly pereon. let O.* Btreet. .ood
beat, 111* South Florida '40. ""1110I.I cleared I0HARRIS i # |191-1960 -.'Icon 4

u..... I 138 Unfurnished Aporli. *IM per door, ratli, ( ..t.

TIED DOWN' GROUND FLOOR ettrectlvepertmeat ;130 F.nilihtd Hisses Bee a 1 Realtor xchencor LM or, whIle, tkll I.I I
free laundry taaUltiea.eereauon. LINCOLN. coo It T *Prtra.nlj Roy K. I B Florida A**. llrtl Cs,.
: Grow Trallar City TWO BEDROOM horn. Adult .....I.a. flneet for colored petal loll & CO., nO Mft-llll I II .
I..... III....... letoa Park.APARTMINT only Ho pot*. Reference*, tvo' north Uaoola and Weel ItaMODMH & I $695

TO THE HOUSE? *. MM. IUIO. month tart TalenelaTWO permanent. ...1....*. Ml MU_$4304: 04 1041105. .
HIM and 111 per week U.HU. THKEI electric SOUTHSIDE
room boot *. At*. NEW HOMES #327-1957 D.S.U 4
water sad ... furnUhed. Children BEDROOMS compll " "11... full bUi. round floor
No problem! Lakeland' eeloome. AIM Heepine room fnrnlahod 41* W.., ..1m... Mlor Near (.., ....koa. dowilown LAKiLA i 111-1431 3 1 Florida room, "-oor, Mdon. e r..l,
414 Bat Oak MO S-I3I7 month. Drtvo ... UiR >. Silt 4duit.' .82..13 with 30 B.drolll. l.th. buy oP
of values Is 0. Lota. Dlck'i IIoU,. IOU Call air t..llo.l. Bear 1.1..t
supermarket POOR ROOMS and. boUt EarlyAmerican tart: Main phono MO d-tlll AIR CONDlftONID. roraer apart ,,,,,''n.. Mhevl old Boulliiat ImmediatepoeMMlon I $595
furniture AdS-is. Bwlm- --at BCW. electric 1111(00Adults. .
rt your fingertips . the mlnr, pool *4. SoulS .u_.*._ 1141 .UIIlot two bedroom.arport n* ""'".. *o rard work nUT Tcrrao Souls I
171. Adult, no peu1J04 2U Chari.. "lab an SALE off Touni M.l Rudy Reltor -, #129-1914 4
AIR 00101TIONEDMIItIInP." ; lick
Claiiifled section! Shop : "".ate pauo near Hutcblneoa : e'en*!*, trailer' loo. Me.aooi TWO BKDROOM say brick dpl *- ,miSsIle,_. : : PAYMENT . Blvd, eift4101CLAHI .i' door, sod .
oolf Cove*. 4101 North PUrut ''n. air eondlUoned. block to It M lialr.
there now I A...... TWO BEDROOMS: elertrl Iltch. _I.... Kea Hani Keeltor. "U I-* .sib.. ) bd- ---
I bOVELT CLOSE la ene er two ... $50 month. MA-3SJ: week phoB IMlltlCOTTAOE _ _ '.30. .. Centril"IUi wood UD OI'P LAV I $95

bedroom ........ H* pet.. 417 dara aflor I. all dar Saturday ErnciCNCT One or CHOICE III month Ave
and Sandal.COITSOL ,.. ....... Cal
Scum Lake 140 monUilr IC1IOoodirear .beautiful '64 CHEVROLET #115-1959 Sruaebek.r,
111 Oeeeola. Dmlrable A.,. . .. TIIo.."..., : .e..n1
1 1ca..I' NICE APARTMENT flrrt ttoo I3M. 4 .
electrl 011..... for OOUPI '''1'. Quiet aoihborhood. M3-433J or .Ill-Mil. Bert 0' h.tor.
kitchen pet*
OII" A" Hear boo and ... Belencn ... TON .t.i ndrd .
I .1.0.
.ao. Adult.*. 1501 South Florid. A'eTHRU NICELY NEWLY: doeo..Ian; > ....111 I. 1 I li
n.... roo. BDartmetit. Two block fronCltr II II I ELDORADO $95

ROOMS air conditionedtile PURNIRHFD houeoLi Hall Adults_..17 ti'B2 I
bathe nicely. furnUhed 104Seab bM and water children accepted THRM ROOM apartment ell crl $ I CAMPER 1914 Stw 1b li
124 .
Call sitar I p ot. "11. # r,
MG'sOne .
60 ...._ Phone Ml41141S : vat*. l. M week D... phone .*3
lops. tra 12no.'VII"I8Hm w. ha. 2 lidS.
utemetl tranmleeln.eeoef door
Llviniroom. Mill mnu ** -wi7 ia. Nona I ,
BLOCKS from collece '
FTVB loom houe.. Iowa 1505 eleenne ee""' heater, lUneardiihitf.
klUhea with dlnln are*. .....aI beaUnc and air eoadlllonuu frontinf brekee. eir eendlliened. .
Red bedroom boUt CoIl MO S4I1IOf water ."
for rent by .... week or $7000
MO S1M4.FIVB 139 Uifwralihed Houses will Ll
month MO 14104. $85
Ont White ROOMS. .......... lane yard oIr.. ... OUR
new Dboletery.. aitomatie. ...... Ml MODERN: ,.. bedroom *apln. 'br 111 5995
SPICIAL er MO 74* Ruahln. MO I-3QSB *ietri* kltcbe.. 1IIIJ.22to or 'complete I PRICEDICK'S #114-1959 R.m.Ur,

'THREE ROOMS, nicely and fantahed.bath aewlydecorated WI. CLEAN U-MOI TWO bedroom duple .to...."'... H I N G AUTO SALES "h..ta.... Sod.4 allOt etoarj

$999DICK'S d.. tea. Off stillS perklat. 141 lane cloeeu.I cloee M etaree 530Ou.muI. i Priced a rwl .
Cumberland. .. Inquire 131 palmetto I Dtcl Phone* 1011 I. M.II MU 2.610 thl ",

!* BLOCKS from 0011.... Two SMALL HOUBB. lour mile out. I 599 0, $595
bedroom Uvta _.. dial** CIASSIFIEBloadi Dads ClIp 1Ua1l..,. 110 week. : : I
AUTO SALES room, loris kltchea ecra porch MJ-I74I :
and bath ...... MU 4-021 or 145 #101-1960 ..1... 2
loll r. M.Ia MU 2.M10 UP 1114CLAIIIPIID. AlatO PAJITLV furBUbed I mao 1 dow, .di I..,.
I bedroom Mol Budr lualtorIBJ1 :
DISPLAY Bee Memorial Blvd .... nduavlal lKf 0P. .,. .. ihfH
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410') blue t> white.ehwr
you right to the per- Iud,. .
IHRIE: BEDROOM terport. Cr7.. Blvd *, nly'

con who found your lost Ill 07(1 LaOS Are*. C1>*.. CaU MO *. Ira/t[ : own! See t 695

I Item. Dial MU JoUSt DOW
TWO BEDROOM CB kosso Ntwr tire "Homei
for a friendly ad-taker to I decorated inroucbout. Weterlornletted. Ion* ". AND # 100-1954 Mtrcur 2
MO moaUi. JIll Kattt.leea 1101. for out. s.dis,
write .1 ...... Call .8 -4U1.MOErHTN . 0....1.
help you your '.. voiKIWAOIN Mirmanme 4 Bewter.J195.
OVER TWO beeroom duplet ... T '." whit wall
UlcbcB *""u."... sad water ,,.. 5.1.. new .. *..
ferstlhed MO :1ttlOHOUBB I Rneieri Plcbue.

200 ::.': t = to..borjaMU I .:0:1/,.." I /In Her.. CleaM.SuSsm.Sor1' 1.- #274-1954 Chevrll

5-0700 [ .. .... W.(*n, 4 woor,

POR aal;. or rent total.it .. : : : : '1 = ton cab and ..*. frwn.., N1i.
e"lolllfl"IO DISPLAY ed Cano,'* Corner ea Elaine DISPLAY I II lJ psoad $055.0 fc*.twr, reel 900*]
eed fee
only $42
Drt.*. Phone tit I41MII .

PLATIAD ....D... 1'1.. leoai [III TM. HfW INTfNATIONAt *. $495
'64 beth hot voW. lari porch IU [ I CUB CAOT
CHOOSE FROM week MQ a...... I y .*d il H p. niDiMa

InternationalScout TWO BWROO" bo..... 1117MoBtteella I I L AWM AMD. MOW 00550OCT000 AM #240-19(0 '.It. 2

Ave Meer Mhool end CM IN .. MOOH. Call door, .,.
bu. line I'O month ..).* brappouitmef.l mu I-4III 'o. demon.etretTen. ..
Camper .
PENDARVISCHEVROLET Phone atl-llll : 5.os.4alos. $695
for sick
4 vb..l dubS. Sloe,. 4. CLAIIIPICD DISPLAY II, WISIS :

CO. ..nl. .... rcJrlfcrsir, SILL YOUR CAR fled '.( Miny cliMi inertfe ffem ClaudeJenkins'

.***. use $4747.41. TO US. today
HeHJe An.4t .


1500 W. M.m.rl.I Blvd.m. . 213S 0J ; 941 I. Mwln St.

lOll I. M.!n MU 2.I410 MU J-JIII --1 I MU l-U10 flta. MU "2.4117 MU 2-8151 I .

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' ? Wednesday LAKELAND AprU 29,LEDGER IH4 Proceedings Against Haven Men Postponed For Fourth Time I!

AlcoholismCouncil -

BARTOW A fourth postponement latest delay In the proceedings ready has pleaded guilty to The three are accused of obtaining be said motions on the Circuit Judge' J. H. Wlllson I recover Its loss because for It loadji wad;

Sets In Criminal Court against Walter A. Smith the charges He is scheduled several thousand uiv charges would be beard On who filled In for Amidon postponed of withholding fruit involved payment In the alleged')
be 20, time for filing motions I
proceedings against two Win. operator of Lake Shipp Pack to sentenced Monday. deserved dollars by listing April the case until yesterday fraud.
ter Haven men charged with was moved to April 23. ---
I Ist stealing several thousand dolls ing House, and William Hugh false weights for fruit sold to with arguments on the motionsto morning. Amidon then I- -
rs from a Lakeland firm was Thompson a truck driver for Universal Food Products of be heard last Monday.Judge granted the latest postponement '.[ SURETY .
granted yesterday.No the firm both of whom origInally .. Lakeland where Cameron was
4 BARTOW A meeting, described reason was given for the were to be arraigned l.ri.lr ....dr to..w......k, M t.ltl. *ue- employed as a scales opera Meanwhile attorneys for BONDED
lion market T. .t LtttUnd
as an "organization April 6 on one charge of con.spiracy M.dl.on. and WMMIM JUMluu The motions were filed on Smith and Universal are taking
meeting for the Alcoholism and 16 counts of grand 41D *nk kt |MOatMrr ,, t-a:: ,400 oomptrx 1.. tor.On April 6, the original date schedule but Monday Judge depositions from persons TERMITE
Council of Polk County" Is Glenn Released larceny. .,......... CI_ set for arraignment of the Amidon was out of town and involved in a civil suit stem- I
scheduled for 8 p.m. tomorrowat The new postponement set ll 00 iUnd.m turn good 17002000Oood BOO-790. .Ifea '.&- two attorneys for the 55yearold ming out of the arrest of the CONTROL cI
the County Commission From HospitalSAN tomorrow as the date for attorneys Itw H iMndtrd f.ri 16 MO-790 00-11 T&It* IUtl-SUO. Smith and the 38yearold AMABASSADOR ELEVATED three men. In the civil action FKEI INSPECTION,
Building here. for the two men to Cow.: Utllltr 1900-1150' Thompson asked for a continuance Smith charged that Universalowes I
CmltM Oood 810 10.0014.00.Ol : 00 W
Tom Murray Folk's psychiatric ANTONIO, Tex (AP- present arguments on a total +rd It 00.2100Vealen .. so that they might TOKYO (AP) Communist him almost $100,000 for
counsellor and chairman of Ex-astronaut John H. Glenn Jr of 11 routine motions filed in 23.to-a1.2I.and... at.ndul 50 rb.r 20.00-13.00.: 000cI have time to prepare motionsin China announced today that Its fruit delivered to the company. BURKE TOX-EOL
the steering committee for the was released from an Air Force connection with the case. I'.dr ahrr the case.Criminal former ambassador to Moscow At the time the three men
arras rw load 490-690 HM 17 7St
alcoholism ,council said all Interested hospital Tuesday just one day A third man implicated with *10 ndlum 19 00-11. 00 Court Judge Roy Wang Ping-nan has been were arrested, a spokesmanfor SYSTEM
persons are Invited to. after he had re-entered it for the pair Edward Leonard Job:!:: m0.-iMii.NMlumIUm leer low-iood 40000 H. Amidon postponed the proceedings named a vice minister of foreign Universal announced the 10'Vi I. MolH.Sr.Campere .
attend the meeting. tests. Cameron, 42, Auburndale at- 00-23 OQ medium Oood 1000.1076 S90-WO IbtH until April 20 when affairs. company was In a position to

Murray said the council will
be "neither wet nor dry" bu
will be composed of persons who II
are concerned with alcoholism
as a health, social and ecctiomlc -
problem and the knowledge '
that alcoholism can bt Ca1A Spray t.dsd New, 1i
'helped. ftovry
Murray opined that the local .Ir r err Jumbe Special/
"solution" to the above mention.
15.0ALEERTO Sv* en J'/a-o*.
ed could all
problems "range
the way from a literature cen v5 H/LLROSJS/ X

ter located In public places HAND AND SKIN Tfttti 0 Fttlt Ditf.rat
throughout the county to out ALR TO HAIR SPRAY
patient treatment center." BEAUTY CREAM MACLEANSTOOTHPASTE
Some State Help I 310 So/tens, YOUR PRESCRIPTION a 116 S. WED. THRU SUN. SALE

He added that one area of Duo, whiten', !
help has been indicated In that 04$ Ms001 Gaf ddtladfl RLdf4d4cvuKy, : For tingling, Kino
the 'State Alcoholic Rehabilitation cow Ky. Ave. S /r stirr k'e./ lower ttkts! tVtihncM.. Sitt;,

Program would assist the 1 Service o k Ixlra I<.nmr S !Right RoMrrtd to limit QtxmllllM Giant in*.. 7Se
County financially for at least
part of the salary of a psychiatric -

social worker In an out- HEALS AS Small Sit. Corrects
patient clinicAccording PRICES SLASHED
to Murray the IT SOOTHES MULTIVITAMINS Constipation

county council Is the "direct relult" skin 1 Irritations! SQUIBB Wifhort Losafiresl J JWHITE'S
seminary on alcoholIsm -
of a
conducted recently in Tam- ;;;' LISTERINE 590 Regut0lI
pa by George Clark and Harv 14-ei., .... 1; : A and DOintment VIGRAN

Olsen representatives of the Al- iCR Easy M swallow, pee .
coholic Rehabilitation Center at I pre'sdi 100 notRabitfonnlnq.
BAYER 52* f.ncy
Avon Park. ;: 100' ." ..... ..... .. l S-o. 2,9$
Murray said the "need for 't'. Self.Insulafing/ Compare at n.681. R.,. 069C II h Rq Re utOl s 3s's

community action became ap- FOAM-LIGHT FOLD-AWAY Grade A Medium
parent" when the following facts

were- "More pointed than out:half of Flor- CUB COOLER PICNIC GRILL FRESH EGGS........ ..... 3 D.x.1 1

ida's population are users of Sir; p.ck IiI.wilh r.. Griddl. ..rv..
alcoholic beverages. Inforc.d m.I.1 h.n. 88e 0-5 windbreaker. 299
"Three out of five persons dl.. 10'/' .a 61h n" 3.w.y fjrepotl....., :b9; POLIDENT .... .... .. 490 1 , "Ouc6l.ri"CURAD
over IS years old use alcoholic

beverages.46,000 Employed :892; CREST Tootltpast.. 410

"More than 46,000 confirmed Barba Bandages
alcoholics are employed in .... DASH DstsrgtHt for 59" CUTICURA ,.z. Hatfit- find color

Florida business and Industry. 79e Automatic Washers Lather Share MILD, MEDICATED SOAP (URAU m.dicot.d or pUn!
"Alcoholism Is the nation's with
7MoVvm*// pads.R. .
fourth ranking public health E M.dc.t.dmsnthela; ; FOR"TOUCHY"SKIN pra??', tin.
BATH SOAP 100 see
Rq, IS. "
problem. ant Rig. 1St69eg' for / Ry, 45.
"There are approximately Clinically .,
150,000 alcoholics In Florida Liquid : he+.d. Z/0 i'
Murray noted that the rehabil- SWEETA 490SBC
85c Sellers) Tablet
Smart Modern Decor Com er
itation center program treats iar.
slightly over one per cent of all THREELIGHTPOLE

of"Since a Florida's lack It of Is treatment alcoholics a local problem facilities becauseof LAMP GOLF BLS ;;: POWDERS 2 for 250 MOTHER'S I DAY I suNDA1 Mir 10a GIFT HINTS !

he said, "it should have a local 3 plastic h.d.1 3g DeL
solution" ,twlvd Choice of 399 Q 0 OLD SPICE 'After 880MUITIPLE
In addition to Murray other 3 pol.Colorl...... R 5.? :5; Shove. ... % Fli Lite LUGGAGE

members of the steering com Rag
mlttee are Herman Allen, le- R.g. 1.69 9,98r Now 599
land R. Bryan Dr. Paul Coury,' ,, OVIERfI2R NtIrr10 \ VITAMINS IDG's 990S TJUu
Mrs. Ruth M. Elkins Mrs. JohnL. raw
Hebb Sr., Mrs. Edna Hick- "t (4r'BEB a Dtcuathti for IT/fcnin// "
son Leonard Kellman David A. WALOAEENMenepBsok BATH CAPS 590
Lofgren Ted Meyer Carlos P. 1>j TEAA ANTES ... ..... Letter & Memos
Mullin Paul Puckett Mrs. Wy- fh1i1w
vonna Ring and Ernest M. Rig. 29c C
REMOVER b// Hanging Caddy
Smith. POLISH ,.,.. I "flli
t 2 "par.t. 1 Famed Fragrances

I '/ Oversize Lilly U40 I sego LADY VANITY forlsf.n,
Full-Flo .
Florida CitrusComptroller Light Easy to Carry hoIdel1173 DANA'Solid'I
With tk.f|
Insulin a .
99c $1 96'

Camp STOOL I GARDEN HOSE ;s LOVING CARE .. ...930 banner cvfra Urgi 2 haft,. dttuio 2 66 WHITMAN SAMPLER To'Ambtili.. 20 Carats S
RetirementRobert wood frame 9 Chocolate or temf. 1
Eyes Sturdy Candy Supreme $459 $U5 sli
sped nail dryer
with ht vy duck fob* 88e Free Fan 499 '; pound box Rag $2.00 I spec.II.ic., .. .a,
Stuart comptroller for krlc. Handy bill II Spray 695 MOTOR OIL Brad 5 Qh.$1 type M.

the Florida Citrus Commission,
will end a record 23 years of TERMITE KllttK r.3 Fot S......, F..n
service when he retired, effec- .JOHNSON'S Sllky-Soft For oifoatlvo low oo t.
tive July 31. A member of the h a ;; LIquid........... do-lt-youTMlf control ot r Lisa Geetdformula.pprov.d ?I Adults SafetySwimming
Commission staff since Sep- BABY POWDER termite Compounded to Vest
oaWpo4t for us* App
ember 23, 1935 Stuart joined

k the organization as chief clerk. Soethti snd helps prvn ...> '9e mSEGOS;:,,. ..... 4 f.r 890PLASTIC la On.govsrnmont application housing will eon ywww/,,. .. FN. h.N..0awt.n rmfw6 .e nets/ra-,
He has held the position of 2 ** chtfing end diaper rash., ,
since 13, 1942. : 73'OVTNG trol tormttM five pars or rry .It 1 '
comptroller April .
ts Plttti 14-01. container! longer. Gal. S.7S"T 1
"Bob Stuart has the longest CLOTHES
record of continuous service in ;: A NGERS 6,. 360 "" .
the history of the Commission" AIIIIVpfmcT e...
said General Manager HomerE. bnUA Our Low 349
Hooks. "This service is not Price: . . .
only significant for Us length Disposable Diapers v nUxM.dicaf.d. :892;: MOTH NUGGET ;fan: 390

but equally so for complete CHLORDANE LAWN FOOD
dedication to the Commission Handy R'I' 1.96 DUST __ .._., ..._
and to this industry. He has pack of 34 mill 159r r "tj. ":'ICECREAM 490 4 Pound ... _a...t w'"i '.0 a1100_ V'100N.ww
,, @
been and firm anchor.
a strong |
24 Urg .
es. 10% 56
In his many years of work 1
I I 139'
with the Commission budget, 69 NOW
Stuart became a familiar figure
r in Tallahassee "where he Is Roach *... 75, ,AN Mttl.rMin' | fig I.39SelerslCRYSTALTYPE

well Hooks known said. and respected, Spray Rose Gro IRONING- BOARD

"He has served under scores 'retj"Ht *FtraiiiU...II-.. S-Ib. l.f69C TISSUE BOX
of Commission members; all Adjustable 366 Coloflj.pi.c';
I the general managers the Com- -,1 298 Our low Price with 240 ti._.. 8 8 0
mission has had, and he has NOW 10YaaSY..2YaCHECK
seen advertising agencies come i ....[6kl .
and Through it all, he has
I provided the continuing stabil- Oelny THESE MONEY SAVING ODDS & ENDS
ity that has made the Commission WilkinsonClear
function so effectively. He They Stock fasifyf 0G..... .......... Pillows FLOOR
has been a strong right arm to Reg. 29cORANGE Clear Plastic Blades CHAIN DOOR THROW TICE
me and to everyone he has froftef r*. l,outv MOPS
worked with. We SHOE BOXES .1" 1..010 __ LOCKS RUGS ft?.. 1M rent sr..An'w.r.M5rl' ; .
are going to wlf or Madan
of Your Hands .... ..... N M ." -.he.m'. 0.M.
miss him Immensely." M. ,- .. .. 1.115 I lob w.ld.d ._ .'this ::: N" .scow.r.
PLAYTEX PINEAPPLESLICES S"whot'IIn'1470 =-....M.. Mw .0-.t r.d.r.t.n.1 M. .... sea Ca.s.,...1.J9 Mw art.vwality.Rtf. 9I.

Goldwaters GLOVES mmm, to good. PSC candy 75 C 47 99' 29 99. NOW 9I

Being SuedLOS slip Pure,rip,ij extra non- R.f.1.19Ic found

long cuffs, lOft Size 19 12x60
ANGELES (AP) Sen. flock lining I,. I -. :
Barry Goldwater and his son, -- '
Barry Jr., are being sued by a I 1
dress designer who says he I Is 24 InchBRAZIER I -I Il
t still owed money for dresses he \

girls.designed for the Goldwater ; '

Jerry DeLee of Beverly Hill .......
said in his suit Tuesday ha designed With Mori.i I"tiS a La' ..... Compere Our Lo w Mee! ..1 -
20 dresses for the ArIzona ... ... ".IIJ.... General Electric' .
._M M4 ld .......- )/uxe Floating! Head $1.11 Fr *.Tnk. f..4 ,asf W.y"
Republican's primary at a .... Oscillating LawnSPRINKLER 20" speed Portable Tool Sale I!
cost only of$400.$ ::0401 but had been paidDeLee' II ,LI1 -t..wp.SiNM'1Prin.-. NORELCO<< 30 l InflatableSPEEDSHAVER WINDOWFAN Spray Paint t

$1lio0 /
attorney said the Air Mattress _It.. w I Pip rw0Estcisoossfreal*rn dresses were worn at a rally fo Rohxy OvrtbloM...... *?. ..(( ....
Goldwater and also at a $1()( 888 larger heed7S8IovrabI.. pUirici, flea, w.ifadju.b I* ....now n $1818 q/lin9 MtQ plier:, 8SeN.... orJIB

j the a-plate Sports dinner Arena.held recently I n trawl l colon!Oal ol ,bi..,II ht 8 2400 ft. -.. 499 Now!!,- C.0'SSSI4.0'50). ... nooir viM j fnnl A iS.z 6ge



MAKING DOUBLY SURE Wednesday,, April 21, 1N1C

'SunFLAvor' Gets Boost At NY FairNEW t NASHVILLE (AP) Everything LAKELAND LEDGER

I Play Bridge Patrolman appeared William normal O. Rogers when -- -

YORk CITY-PIans art mission to Identify pure Florida'::FLAvor will be adapted as s'I i!Florida growers received about 'answered a burglar alarm at a ''
iasprmtase.rse: By ALAN TRUSCOTT nrmaaaoaaa underway for Implementation at orange Juice. But unlike similar symbol of quality for all Florida $100 million for 17 million boxes :local auto company A salesman .. *** *

The most comprehensivemanual NORTH last of "SunFLAvor," Florida programs in existence agricultural produce-fruits and land crates of fruits and ve&8-\\ was making a pitch to a KlNGSWOOD
on bridge ever written AK73 agriculture's new Real of qual- throughout the country Sun- vegetables deemed 'the finest tables. shipped into this customer in the showroom To
for markets all the
has Just been published in Cal V8S42 ity program announced Florida quality over metropolitan area. make doubly sure Rogers en-
forma. It is "Modern Point AQS Commissioner of Agriculture Smoke Victims nation On the following morning tered the rear of the building
Contract Bridge" (Nourse Publishing -! KQ Principal Market Conner led the touring news- to look around.
Company Box 398 San EAST WEST Doyle E. Conner. 'Big' ProblemFor Conner appraised the New men on a visit to New York's Meantime the salesman and
Florida sweet corn itarted using fruit and vegetable auction customer left, locking the front
Carlos Calif.; $5.95) and the au- 48652 Q 10 9VJ96 York City area is Florida's most huge
thor Is Ernest Rove re, one of .K- the new symbol last week Firemen important marketplace.Of market where they observedhow gate on the way out. Rogers
the leading bridge writers and 9 3 J 10 7 4 and on April 30 SunFLAvor will all the shipments to reach carloads of Florida produce was finally rescued when a superior
teachers the Coast. "J1I4 MONTREAL are sold to the city'sgrocerlea officer drove by and noticed
on West .1532 AP
be adopted for watermelonsfrom ( ) Fire-
New York in 1963 Florida supplied him
bycompetitive inside
and restaurants trapped the
Rovere ranges in almost 800 SOUTH (D) the state Conner said The men and police had their hands 97 per cent of the grapefruit i company's high wire fence.
concisely written pages from an A J4 program started March 19 when full Monday night hauling 37 96 per cent of the tan _bidding._ _
introduction for beginners and V AQ1073 the red new potato, grown in women moat of them clad in gerines 37 per cent of the or
a complete course In bidding and K52 South Dade County was the leotards out of a basement anger 47 per cent of the sweet t
play to articles on specialized 4A108NorthSouth (Irst commodity to qualify un- physical culture studio after corn 37 per cent of the celery I I I I I I
expert conventions and a re- were vulnerable der the SunFLAvor standards they were overcome by smoke 63 per cent of the eggplants
print of the Laws.A The bidding: Conner spoke to newsmen at from a fire above 54 per cent of the avocados M)
most useful and original South West North East a dinner here Wednesday evening The rescuers lugged tour per 0 ent of the watermelons 46
feature of the book is the liberal 1 V PUll. Pass at the Overseas Pre. Club, women through a door of the per cent of the tomatoes, 42 "'
provision of practice deals I .12 V Pass 4 N.T. Pass which was part of a three-day burning building When that per cent of the cucumbers 41per ,t VOTE FOR
which permit the student to test:3 V Pass 5 N.T. Pass Florida World's Fair Previewand route was blocked, they pasted cent of the beans 30 per
his Improving skills. One of 6 Pass I V Pass Agricultural Jamboree the rest through a window cent .of the cabbage as well J R. THORNHILL
these deals is shown today. 'Pass Pass / staged for the'Florida press. "Most of them were wearing. :as many other varieties of produce g Jr
Politicians and bridge writers West led the jack of diamonds.: SunFLAvor Is similar in pur- only those black tights; said .
who aim to acquire a mass fol- I II pose to the new "O.L" symbol Police Chief Raymond Dion I The Florida Department of S
lowing have to model themselves against East's Jack. adopted by Florida Citrus Com-::"Some of them were heavy Agriculture also reported that YOUR
In a duplicate event the
I con- -- ---
on that celebrated nobleman
tract might fail because South
the Duke of Plaza Toro, "who TAX COLLECTOR
tries to make an over-trick. It
led his regiment from behind.
would not be unreasonable to
The tendency of most -authorsis
finesse the heart queen on the WIDe
to accept traditional standards COUNTy
', :first round of trumps, hoping
even if those standards
that West started with a jack
have been abandoned or modi-
singleton or doubleton. As the
lied by experts. cards lie, South has to make the For Capable, Efficient Economleaf and
'Standard' Response, ,correct guess after losing to the
king. It is this that South s BuslneLIke, if ulf Tloiiiar o eratjpri ftf i)
One In is the guess
case point response
to one heart with the seeks to avoid by the safety Tax jCoUefctorist office
play of the ace at the first trick.
North hand. Most experts would ale r.utaI e1.. W PSIS, t .'t. e.ll.e. e .Mn hrs.
: -
have no hesitation in jumping
to two spades over one heart,
and some would make the Jump
shift of one if the queens was .
removed. But "Standard Amer

ican"points prescribes or the distributions 19 high-care A CAST OF THOUSANDS THE NEWEST FASHION

equivalent for a minimum Jump
shift so North can respond only

one South'spade rebid over one spade A STARS OF THE SEASON ARRIVING DAILY!

illustrates a similar divergence
between textbook theory and expert
practice. Virtually all expert -

while would two hearts rebid one would no-trump be the, FAMOUS CAROL BRENTS IN THE SIZE YOU WANT!

choice of many average play-
ers who would rely on the gen-
eral "rule" that a five-card suit
headed by two of the top four
honors ,can be rebid
This is true up to a point but MA DRESS PAGEANT
the expert tends to shun a rebidin
a five-card suit when any
alternative Is available; and after

with one a heart-one five-card spade heart a suit player can BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER! THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN. .

always find I an alternative
which may be two spades one ,
no-trump, or two of a minor
suit. Whenever a suit opening &
4 1s
bid receives the cheapest pos k lr4
sible response a rebid In the ;
original suit virtually guarantees
a sixcarder.As .
the bidding went. South
could simply have bid six hearts '.1' ,..

over< five hearts Aftec. South's .
'Vebld of two hearts the combined .
hands could hardly be ,
strong enough for a grand slam;
so there was no object in asking .
for kings. 4r I Ias
South can afford to lose one 1.9 1
trump trick so his safest playIs
to lay down the heart ace
at the second trick. As It happens
1 1f
the king falls from West
and South makes all 13 tricks
by taking a marked finesse e9T
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Crestview Has a

Flood Damage 71 v i \

From Torrents

, Wind-driven rains lashed northwest .a ..
1 Florida for hours Monday,
flooding private lakes and settling -
tong of water on streets and
Crestview reported heavy '
rte, 1 1 ,f r
street damage and washed out w \ '
lakes. Light poles and trees r
were knocked down In the on-
slaught. Some houses were dam
No one was 'reported Injured
accidents were reported
and no . . .
The Crestview city council + + e r
t l
called upon Gov. Farris Bryant r
for aid in repairing streets sod


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!- LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, April 21, IMI

i Ex-Congo Ruler Awaits Trial That May Never Come!

Dy ANDREW BOROWIEC- guared Djoue camp a diminutive The Rev Fulbert Youlou, for. Brazzaville They are ready to regime, which- still feels uneasy ored Katanga's secession under I
AuotUted Press Writer priest who led this country to mer president of the Congo. Republic . rise against the regime should eight months after taking over Moire Tshombe
I BRAZZAVILLE Congo Re independence Is awaiting a trial has been held without something happen to him "We should have put him on a He went into politics In 1956
public (AP) In the heavily which may never take place.EL'tTRlC formal charges since a labor France, which still gives economic plane and shipped him out of against the wishes of the Roman -
union revolt overthrew his con aid to the government of Catholic church which subsequently -
serve live, pro-western regime Alphonse Massemba-Debat, has the country long ago," said an disavowed him.
last August. reportedly warned of serious official Forbidden from saying mass
A special court consisting of consequences U You l Iou Is Youlou Wen-Know* and performing other functions 1lax.
left wing members of the National harmed I of priesthood Youlou continued
about S feet tall, You-
Assembly has been assigned But the left wing Including Only to wear cassocks After becoming
4 the task of preparing rabid Communist-InspIred youth'lou has been a well-known figure president, he had them .. ... .
. evidence for his trial. organizations Is demanding that!in African politics A conserva; made In a Paris haute couture ,
About 10,000 members of You- Youlou be tried. twe, he was a bitter enemy of house in striking colors red,
gHFJVE: R "Y lou's lart tribe are concentratedin Youlou has become the source the late Patrice Lumumba of the white or mauve.
the Immediate vicinity of of major embarrasment to the former Belgian Congo and fav-
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Ga. (AP The,
FOR A LIMITED" TIME 'operator of a service station at
OUR FACTORY TKAINEN \ it Vote forJAMES Savannah has planted a collard
patch beside his station to attract .
XPE'1'WlLt..u SHARPEN tourists

1 I The operator, Jack Rhodes,
l. CLEAN andLUBRICATE J. MUSSO i says tourists by the dozens stopto
have a look at the greens: M
: He says the patch gives his

.;.... "" ... CommissionerDISTRICT i station "a real Georgia flavor" '
4 ':30 A.M.-9 P.M. County .A

'* w bN LAY' $)29THURL.IIL. FRANKFORT. Ky. (AP) -
's 3 :Senate Bill No. SO, introduced In
'the Kentucky Legislature carried '
'I" County-wide .Vote tome weight-exactly 4'/
SAT ONLY pounds.The I II
N ,, wHat Tcu w ,4 THANK YOUJimmit I 377-page document updated
..d. ..1. a.... Kentucky statutes for the
first time since 1942 I
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GO AHEAD, HAN ON IT- l.t... ,oil. In Chtmp.iii, III.,
,Indiot 0 compUf lack ef lfi .mt ,In honing .* ,rkn!. m.Nr..
Typiol r.pli.i N the plwfofr.pliif, wh. limply wanted. 0 photo.trapk .
to illa.... the "IIIU.l lIuU"!' ,< the miter with III fUnbl
big buys. ..M, win <'Wh.t' the m.Ht with y u. Ml." to "I bitter net,
the city wilM not 'like It." It took 0 cM_l.J..rf J.m.i. Marsh.
.. to ivbntit to th. .rJ. ..l ,In the inttrcit, .f k..pm| tht clti.i..ryInfomtJ
.b.ut proems ,U the community, ".",.1, 0 ,.tter
",ou,,"" 'n 0 !h..vy .,rI.., II th.t it will fell. sod" tn.p kick
ra h.r th.. brisk wh.n irmtk >r 0" .>itoiii.bil.. AP WlrtplioHl'

Most Colombians Favor

Idea Of Interocean Canal

By JAMES D. BOWMAN ment, the canal would angle
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP-. south through the Rio Atrato
from the Caribbean Gulf of
ALL COTTON;X, t Colombians seem happy over the Darien, then west along the

YOU GET LOTS OF VALUE IN WARDS TRAINING PANTS possibility of an interocean ca- Rio Truando, a distance of about
sal through the northwest tip of 110 miles.
the nation but newspapers are Government sources say the
Crib blonket. . soft, fluff 88% rayon, '"' dwelling on the history of dissension last 10 miles or so could be ex.
12% ocrylic or freshness. a., " in Panama and advocatIng -cavated through the rugged Ser
6" deep nylon binding In print or solid "s&' i e.4. is proceed with caution. rania la Maestra mountains to
Pastels. Regularly 2.98. President Johnson's announce the Pacific by a series of about
2.28 ment last week of an Immediate 100 atomic explosions of 100-
Joint canal study climaxed two kiloton strength i
Gauze diapers . In soft, absorbent ;; years of informal talks topped Congressmen of dominant
cotton that's 2 ply, machine washable .. y with an agreement signed by parties generally backed the .
and pinked edges for longer wear! 12 U. S. Charge D'Affalres Henry proposal with enthusiasm.
per pack. ; ,#Lt:: :< 1k Dearborn and Foreign Minister. Leftist Cool
2.17 doi. Fernando Gomez Martinez.
Alfonso Lopez Michelsen lead.
Baby shirt . In combed cotton with Clarification Sought er of a left-of-center faction,
convenient side snaps and water repel The latter quickly sought to charged the study could lead to
lent diaper topes Infant sizes* "?'' y, t clarify the record. The. agreement Colombia becoming a pawn in
C*; ;", 54c ea. ,e he noted, "does not contain the cold war. -
any obligation or compromise A US-Colombian canal. H
Fitted crib sheet In gay nursery prints on'r r'
the of either
on part government -
declared would be tantamountto
fine white cotton. Sanforized for
to contract for the con
"constructing a North Amer
launderings Hurry! ,1 6 'r traction of the canal"As ican military base on Colombian
BBC ea. a fiat projected by the governKlNGSWOOD- territory"
Sweater set , three piecer booties, Though Panama was once a
cop and sweater all in cuddly soft Orion / '' ' 4., part of Colombia, the two na
acrylic. Trimmed to perfection Pastels. w :t :Er: tions enjoy close relations. Colombia
2.48 So absorbent In flat knit cotton with ; backed Panama in its
Plastic pant . all waterproof for baby.In .' ry dispute with the United States
this year-except for Its demands
easy! quick! slip-on style with braided double crotch. Full cut stzti. Well for renegotiation of the
elastic waistband and leg openings.. .a, : canal treaty.
S, M, L, XL :SPR .TtrJR ,
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) LAKELAND LEDGER, Wedensday, AprU 21, 1164 1C

Approval Is Announced 6:


Of $11 Million Jax Bridge ONLY CLARK STONE

I TALLAHASSEE CAPE The surveying the rlght-ofway of$35 million project when com fir
Federal Bureau ,of Roads ap ((295 around the west side of .Dieted, Bryant said
I proved an Sit million bridge .he city. He said the road department. has pledged to save you $50,000the
The I-295 loop, swinging from held out for Federal Govern.ment
lint AND hat told
:over the St John't River on III year you
195 north of Jacksonville at approval of the northern
Interstate 95 loop at Jacksonville Oceanway west and south ilignment of the bridge, which how h. will do it!
Goy Farris Bryant said around the city and connecting :ost $38 million more than the
1 Tuesday. again to 1.95 at Bayard after KHithern route, because of grea .
.. I The bridge, on a section of crossing the river, will be asass. er benefits to motftrlsts

,Superhighway designated 1295, .
would span the river from PP
Plummet's Point to a spot.near sass
t 1"I the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -

j .
t The governor, at a news conference LAti ,
said the federal authorities I
consented to the alignmentof
1y the bridge rather than to a
more southern route from Man
darin to Orange Park at the urgIng -I

of. the Florida Road Department ,

I' Bryant told newsmen that detailed -
plans would be drawn

s ; i starting.Immediately.
In addition the governor said
the road department was apply QUILLIAN S. YANCEY

Ins for permission to begin now STATE SENATORFOR for cartful' handling, of public funds .



SUNSHINI AND FLOWERS A* M>ottf..,Ktf lit* A..", ceuht tho m4 .( h. BRANNEN PEOPLE
Wwld. Fir with thi. pictur..1! luntkint, Howcrt slid .tel l .f tho U.i.pk.re with ... Smm I CIRCUIT COURT
Un ... 15mm Nikon ce"' .r.. AP WI.. h.t.1 ELECT QUILLIAN S. YANCEY

Michigan State and Hllnols (N. M. Ad"
Pearson AnnouncesPlan I have divided: their six football I MAY 5th
games They play this fall on M ..1. Ads,
1 Nov.23. _ _
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For CanadaBy if1fc

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FRED COLEMAN Sage'i support for a strong, cen ..' .f
Associated Press Writer I tral government. Neither got
OTTAWA (AP-Prime Minister what he wanted. The conference ***k,
Lester B. Pearson recently decided only to study tax- ;
ifyr\ <
told parliament that Canada's sharing arrangements. '
main task had turned from nation LeSage angrily threatened to 'iwi
building to nation saving, Impose double taxation on Quebec
A week later he announced a and blame Ottawa, a move ,.. .,
plan which may have done just,virtually certain to fan separatist j ONTGOMERYWARD '
that-saved Canada's future as feeling t .
a nation. I The heart of Pearson's teal. ).,
Through quiet I diplomacy,I II' latwe program, the pension "," ,.', "
' Pearson won agreement from plan, nosedived Quebec an .
all sides on a package deal nounced its own separate plan. y :
which partly met provincial demands Ontario Indicated it might follow 4.
for more tax money, suit. Withdrawal of Ontario ," a v A? "E'
eased friction between French and Quebec, Canada's two '''' #
I. and English Canadians, and largest provinces with 60 per ',: ( ,,<' ;
salvaged prospects for Pearson's cent of the population, could .
top priority program, a national have doomed the national pen- ... ,- )< <<
system of retirement pensions lion schemeCommentators. .' ''''
1> I
MW' > x:: .It
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warned that \ ' :' '
Both the French-language and Ji t!
the confederation of Canada's 10
the English- Language press provinces was in danger of falling 1'-: .., t
credit Pearson with a major '
apart 1'
diplomatic coup that could go a Then, after weeks' of behind vfY} p. Iqng way toward meeting the ltt w .
>, \' f
the' Pear. .4rE'
scenes negotiations ,
'1 .
problems threatening to split up ;, fr 'W'' ;
Canada.By son announced a formula which t. ,
April 2 that threat had appeared to satisfy all aides l .'. !"ti ,J
d >
Ottawa agreed to meet
partof ,
built to near crisis proportions <- \ 4
Quebec' demands for more
Fact Demands federal tax revenues As a re- -
The Pearson government faced suit the provinces will receive
demands from the provinces for $180 million more in federal tax .
more tax money to finance education -money by 1968. '
welfare and other provincial Quebec agreed to modify Its
responsibilities, under pension plan to jibe with a revised k Men's FineShort Quality .
Canada's constitution. Ottawa version of the national
fought with the dilemma of try system As a result the same {
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power behind It. The federal with top benefits totaling SIM I ) \' : ,
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More important, Quebec faced saved confederation. : .
increasing pressure from ex- There are hints that the fed. rl
tremists seeking independencefor eral! government will have to
the French-speaking province find new tax sources to cover II I I : ._
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tats and to build Quebec within provinces There is some criticism .
Canada, the province needed that Pearson gave In to
more federal financial help. Quebec But on the whole the ,
All sides counted heavily on package deal appears to inspire ; '
a federal-provincial conference confidence that extremism In '
which ended on a pessimistic Quebec is cooling off and a new DRESS 't '
note. sense of national unity Is take l
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Needs Tax Money
Premier Jean LeSage of Quebec A 12th Century historian pic r
needed the reality of more Hires a comet as "a twisting
tax money and the image of a serpent writhing and coiling
bargaining success at the conference back on Itself . lusting for
Pearson needed Le- human blood." ,
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If Karl Wins It Will Be In Spite. Of Organization

r EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is few blaring sound trucks, few the people. My organization Just Is his own fault because he has Spelling out his formula for that Someone you could told me take the almost other day any
I the sixth la a series of articles motorcades about the Kwrl spreads the word, and providesme :a tendency to step In when victory Karl said I: am running road in Florida and end up In
"First all.
on the methods and flavor of campaign. a way to get to the peopl..1 something goes wrong and take real strong In my own county. Ocala (Bryant's home town)
the campaign of the six democratic Swirling Excitement He acknowledged over management of the campaign Secondly I have strong support Ocala is almost completely backstopped -
campaign began slowly I ."
There Is the teachers in every
I candidates for governor a swirling excite- "Every campaign I have won among
KEEP of Florida ment, a rushing off in all directions -began from a low position and Not Crusading county And I have strong organizations '., Education Emphasis
breathless confusion In the major counties
reached a crescendo point Just There was the emphasis on education -
about his frequent in
I Questioned
among his workers Throughthis and some ,
By CHARLES AFFORD before election, said Karl! After mentioning the
Karl moves with good humor references to Bryant. Karl said: all counties.
"I'm a great one for timing 1 of a top-fight educational
I It Fred Karl moves Into the write me value
and calm detachment. usually just
"I'm not crusading against the "People informed
really believe In the soft sell in building an
governor f mansion in Tallahassee And when he reaches his destination '. off and believe I won't get much system
and before administration, but I am and providing a lureto
next January, it will be this handsome Just getting acquainted Bryant vote In the small counties," he citizenry
young I begin to move" to do two things. I am industry, Karl said "Educa
of but trying
partly because partly man In hornrims delivers a logIcal said But the teachers are especially -
despite a campaign organization message In a firm voice He said he will spend much of trying to show the voters there influential in those tlon comes closer than anythingelse
that is young, bright, eager, a voice reared in Florida by'his campaign money in the final is room for Improvement. AndI counties. I think my vote In the to offering a panacea" to all
amateurish, undisciplined and school teacher parents from two weeks in an effort to persuade -, small counties will be surprising" of Florida's problems.
am trying to show the connections with
erratic. an electorate who Karl Later at the meeting the
Michigan so that there Is no believes la still : between Bryant and Bud: committee of the Florida
I And he knows it. I hint of regional drawl. largely undecided "
!Dickinson. Racial Moderate Teachers Association
about whom to vote for. State
A victory of the state representative The message almost always
I I Karl said his Karl is moderate on racial Secretary Gilbert L Porter Introduced
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict from Volusla County includes a reference to education campaigns appeal a
,would also be proof of a united and almost certainly a dry to those interested in good Soldier Issues. He said he has the sup him to other associa
,I effort by the state'i often disunited Jab at the administration ofGov. government women, schoolteachers port of many Negroes, "not the don leaders In a motel room pre
3let's public school teachers. Farris Bryant.In college professors Intellectuals militant leaders, but the solid, pared with."Karl for Governor"signs.
l Wnd he knows It. Miami one day last weeka people Interested In 3 Year TermIn sensible leaders." ,
the arts. A short time earlier Karl had Next day at the airport, three
But Karl has confidence the day In which the young men I
GO with "LES"To I ability of his organization and with the duty of keeping Karl on "These people usually take a taped a 30-mlnute television pro- members of the Karl-ettes
the school teachers to deliver schedule were often in doubt big part In my campaigns," he Wife's DeathCAMP gram In which he answered group of young women from
victory. even of his whereabouts the said. questions of a panel of five supporters Daytona Beach who wear red,
There Isn't much hoopla candidate discussed his : A former chairman of white and blue dresses and appear -
Workers Are
RecordOf Friends"I
Continue the Proven I
in a car en route to a Japan ) the State Industrial Commission, often with the candidatewere -
Good Progress meeting with leaders of a state don't have a disciplined organization A general court martial sentenced -a legislator, the mayor of a receiving conflicting directions
Negro teachers' organization. like, say, Haydon U.S. Army Spec. S Rich south Florida city, the presidentof about where they should go
And Good Government .,_. Bums, who has many paid em- ard M. Strong yesterday to three the Florida Classroom Teachers and how
Most of my workers are years at hard labor for Association, a hometown And In that moment Mrs. Hilda
w, FOR THE GOOD OF POLK COUNTYLET'S iKlNGSWOOD not a typical politician," I riends" strangling his wife In an argument banker and newspaper columnlst Wheeler of Daytona Beach-
he said. "The type of campaigning Confusion and lack of discipline !- over her dancing with Negroes quite unknowingly put a refreshing -
RE-ELECT I do is a direct appeal to I are "Just Inherent In our at a New Year's Eve Many of the elements of his finger on the Karl campaisn -
-. ---- --------- I type of organization," he said. party. campaign were Included. Said she:
HAVE A MINT PROBLEMr Grinning broadly, he added, The court also ordered the 25- There was a jab at Bryant. "One must be flexible, fluid
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Austrian Exchange Student Tells About His Nation( LAKELAND THE LEDGER.BEST APARTMENTS Wednesday April 21, INC S-C


Staff ties Cesell upon graduation "Austria is a modern nation country of tree-covered slopes, whose father Is an official in Study is more intensive than
Ledger Writer will Join exchange studentsnow not, I'm afraid, well understood mirror lakes-like Switzerlandwith the agency. in American schools, said
WINTER HAVEN-Austrla, attending schools all over rainy springs, warm All firms tradesmen, artisans GeselL with IS subjects staggered -
a mountainous country of sew the United States in a bus by much of the Western summers and cold winters and technicians are represented through the week as in
en million people, is t Feder. tour which will include the na.tlon'l World," said Gesell, "just as But, like Switzerland It's and through this American colleges.The WI NwithWOODS"Four
al Republic neutral that hat become capital and New York we in Europe have many misconceptions also a hardworking Industrial agency comes labor negotiations ( Fulbright committeeand
ai officially, as Switzerland City.Born of America nation building a strong econ and administration of other educators estimate
in Vienna on Dec. 13, which were exploded when I omy within a neutral founda vocational training.The that the majority of European
Because of her neutrality, 1M, as a fiery Wagnerian came to Winter Haven" House of Parliament or highchool graduates have an years ago, I
the Is banned from the Euro twilight was settling over the tion.A third of the Austrian education to that
His country, he said, is not National Assembly is chiefly equivalent mode two Important
pean Common Market, yet Nazi Germany that had held said Cesell, is American college jun.
all pastry, fat people, beer economy, young run by the Conservative or of an
hopes Great Britain will Join; his republic captive for almost and mountain-climbers tied to agriculture and forestry Socialist parties; the socialist ior.) pledges-to give
shuns trade with Cuba and is 10 years, young GeseU remem with 31 of the universities
a recent David Brinkley re per cent group has put through a Three major you a voice In
only diplomatically polite to ben the lean years of his first port might lead you to believe. country covered by forest. strong socialized medicine I I great seats of medicine and
Communist countries. decade, when Austria fell In. ." Farms tend to be small by policy and has highly develop. music, are located in Austria government and to
This summation of his native to the. Russian zone of occupation. No Secrets U. S. standards-but numerous ed the art of social legisla : in Vienna and In two put your countygovernment
country was given by Austrian -and chiefly concernedwith Job law western states. Gesell plans
tion. protection by
exchange .. His home Nor. he said, do the dispatchcases beef on a
student. Walter town, and cur or dairy productsand and old-age pensions are two to go to the University of
Cesell, to the Winter Haven rounding towns were in ruins so commonly clutchedin with wheat, rye, oats, potatoes Vienna as an economics business-like basis.
Rotary Club at a meeting -ruins corrected only where many hands, contain the and some fruits. byproducts.The President of the Fed- major, after he serves a two-
here absolutely necessary by the deep, dark secrets of fugitive But Austria Is also buildinga hitch in the Austrian The record proves I
eral Republic Is elected for a year
Cesell 19 Russian occupation forces. spies, seeking protection in a strong Industrial complex,
Young Is I senior six-year term; voting is com army hove kept faith with
under the Fulbright exchange Beautiful Vienna was like a neutral country in its tradition of triumphingover It will be good to come hometo
battered bride In "They probably contain the adversities, said the exchange pulsory to elect the represen you. I ask you now
plan at Winter Haven muddy tatives of the nine provinces, his native land, but he will
High School. Active in gown-fallen and trying vain. dally lunch he quipped. student. leave Winter Haven wistfully, I faith with
many Austrian Itates.Education ., to keep
or :
And he said, he's found that
ly to lift Is chief occupationin
its head Mining a
student organizations, he is an proudly once said the young, Austrian. in
honor student who says he more among the most beauti the United States is not inhabited the northeastern section, Required fluent English. I me through support
will take back ful cities of the world. by countless million. but Austria must still Import
many happy Formal education Is mandatory ,, for a second term In
aires, whose chief is
memories of America to Aus In 1955, the Iron Curtain problem much of its tools and coal
from six to 15.
Iris was drawn back to Hungary, choosing what color Cadillacto from Germany, England or the ages this vital public
To reinforce those a once-proud nation which fell drive to the office today, United States, he said. Four years are spent in elementary r'
memo- school, then the student office.
who constantly chewinggum Re.Elect
into bad ways in the First are Trade is constantly increasing .
choice of the additional
World War, under the Kaiser, or chain-smoking two especially with the west has the
Attack Carrier and which has never recovered packs of cigarettes a day. ern countries who have moreto four-year business or All DEDICATED' SERVICE
Austria and Florida do have offer. vocational finishing school or r WIN' Continued
something more in common the general educational curriculum GOOD GOVERNMENT
FDR Leaves Rebuilding Begun beside near-equal population, Electricity ExportedA : of nine years-for

, Hungary was once a part of he said. Both have tourism unique export of Austriais those who may go on to higher Man
Jax Naval I Base Austria, when it was the mon as a very important part of electricity -via hydroelectric learning.
archy of Austria-Hungary, but the economy; Austria has power from lakewater Rc'dcct . .
now the newly-reformed Federal about 3.S million visitors a stored In dams: Germany,
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The Republic of Austria had year, with its Alps, Danube, Belgium and Italy are constant
attack Carrier Franklin D. to turn its back on its Communist rest spas, festivals and theaters customers tapping Austrian I Morris Combee FLOYD WOODSCounty
Roosevelt and two other vessels neighbor and begin the in a richly cultural at. power -I
left Mayport Naval Station yesterday belated sifting through its own mosphere.Few The Chamber of Commercein I CONSTABLE DIST. #5 *
Dish 1
for six months in the ruins of government and buildings countries have more Austria has more (authority ".....t .._I...... Commissioner
Mediterranean.The -and begin rebuilding aa mountains in such a concen. than the U.S. Chamber of 0..101.. hl-.Ywn.N ... Pd. ..1. Ad,
destroyer-tender Yellow the echo of Russian Jackboots trated space: Austria Is a Commerce, said young Gesell.
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stone and Ammunition Ship faded away.
Mazama Joined the FDR in Hopefully, Austria looked
leaving for duty with the Sixth toward Hungary in the fall of I
I feet. 1956 when a daring and fiery
They were to rendezvous off attempt was made for freedomin I
the coast with 13 vessels from the Hungarian Revolt. The ,
other East Coast ports for the look was only an agonizing
Atlantic crossing.Kathleen outstretched hand, to some
20,000 refugees who fled their bedding buysTWOFORTHEMONEY!
strife-torn land to the freedomof
Lions the new republic. Free
Hungary died and its corpse
wean Communist handcuffs.In .
Elect YoungAs his teens, GeseU saw his
Austria bloom as It began rebuilding
President its cities and Its
bastions as one of the strongest I
of the small neutral na
W. E. Young has been elected tions.
president of Kathleen Lions
Club for the 1964-tt year.
Other officers chosen area

Drew Hughes first vice ,.. .
president; Clarence Ore en,
second vice president; Virgil KlNGSWOODREPRESENTAtlVe
Ramage. third vice president:
Wade Tyner, secretary; Ken
Heiu, treasurer; Pete Harda-
ker, two-year director; Bernard .
. Tyner, two-year director
; Emory Reedy, one-year
director; Dave Vestal, one-
year director; Norman Black
. burn, tail twister; Homer Hitt,
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I If Karl Wins, It Will Be I In Spite Of Organization ,

told me the other day
r I EDITOR'S NOTE This Is few blaring sound trucks, few the people My organization Just Is his own fault because he has Spelling out Us formula for that"Someone you could take almost any
the sixth In a eerie of article motorcades about the Kwrl spreads the word, and provides. a tendency to step In when victory Karl said running road in Florida and,end up in '
all I am
"First of .
LET'SKEEP of campaign. me a way to get to the people. and take Bryant's home town.)
on the methods and flavor his something goes wrong real strong In my own county. Ocala (
He that
the campaigns of the six democratic Swirling Excitement campaign acknowledged began slowly. over management of the cam- Secondly I have strong support Ocala Is almost completely back.

D candidates for governor There Is a swirling excitement "Every campaign I have won paign. among the teachers in every stopped
of Florida. a rushing off In all dlrec began from a low position and Not Crusading county. And I have strong organizations Education Emphasis "
clone, breathless in the major counties -
reached a crescendo point just There was the emphasis on ed.
about his frequent in
Questioned otganlzatlon
his and tome
By CHARLES STAFFORD among workers. Throughthis before election said Karl. ucation. After mentioning the
Karl moves with good hu- to Bryant Karl said: all counties""People
"I'm a great one for timing. 1 I references value of JL top-flight educational
Into thegovernor'
Fred Karl write me
If moves
mor and calm detachmentAnd usually Just
"I'm not crusading against
really believe In the soft sell in building an
mansion in Tallahassee when he reaches his destination off and believe I won't get much system
but I lureto
and acquainted before administration am and providing a
just getting Bryant citizenry
next January, it will be this handsome vote in the small counties he
young I begin to move." to do two things. I am industry, Karl add "Educa.
of trying
partly because partly man in hornrims delivers a logical said. "But the teachers are especially -
'despite a campaign organlza message in a firm voice He said he will spend much of trying to show the voters there Influential In those tion comes closer than anythingelse
ton that is young, bright, eager a voice reared in Florida by his campaign money in the final is room for improvement AndI counties I think my vote in the to offering a panacea" to all
amateurish, undisciplined and school teacher parents from two weeks in an effort to per am trying to show the connections ., small counties will be surpris of Florida's problems. with
suade an electorate who Karl Later at the meeting the
erratic. "
Michigan so that there I is no and Bud lag
between Bryant of the Florida .
And he knows It. hint of believes is still largely unde executive
I regional drawl. "
I Dickinson Racial Moderate Teachers Association
cided about whom to vote for. State
A victory of the state representative The message almost always
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict I from Volusla County Includes a reference to education Karl said his campaigns appeal Karl is a moderate on racial Secretary Gilbert L. Porter introduced
would also be proof of a united and almost certainly a dry to those interested in good: Soldier Gets issues. He said he hat the support him to other assocla.
/effort by the state's often disunited -'lab at the administration of government women schoolteacher of many Negroes, "not the don leaden In a motel room prepared
3Let's public school teachers. Gov. Farris Bryant. college professors intellectuals militant leaders but the solid, with "Karl for Governor"signs
Wnd he knows It. I In Miami one day last weeka people interested in' 3 Year TermIn sensible leaders" I .
I the arts. A short time earlier, Karl had Next day at the airport three
But Karl has confidence in the day in which the young men
GO With "LES"To ability of his organization and with the duty of keeping Karl on "These people usually take a taped a 30-minute television program members of the Karl-ettes
the school teachers to deliver schedule were often In doubt big part In my campaigns," he Wife's DeathCAMP in which he answered group of young women from
victory. even of his whereabouts the said. questions of a panel of five supporters Daytona Beach who wear red,
There Isn't much hooplaKINGSWOOD- candidate discussed his : A former chairman of white and blue dresses and appear
RecordOf Workers Are Friends"I
the Proven I
palgn in a car en route to a ZAMA Japan (AP) the State Industrial Commission,: often with the candidate-
Good Progress meeting with leaders of a state don't have a disciplined organization A general court martial sentenced . a legislator the mayor of a were receiving conflicting directions
Negro teachers' organization. ,like, say, Haydon U.S. Army Spec. 5 Richard south Florida city the presidentof about where they should go
And Good Government Bums, who hat many paid em- M. Strong yesterday to three the Florida Classroom Teach and how.
t Spreads The Word iloyes. Most of my workers are years at hard labor for era Association, a hometown And in that moment Mrs. Hil
FOR THE GOOD OF POLK COUNTYLET'S "I'm not a typical politician,1 friends." strangling his wife In an argument banker and newspaper columnist da Wheeler of Daytona Beach-
le said. "The type of campaignIng Confusion and lack of discipline -I over her dancing with Negroes quite unknowingly put a refreshing
REELECTL. I do is a direct appeal to are "just inherent In our at a New Year's Eve Many of the elements of his finger on the Karl cam. '
type of organization" he said party. campaign were included. I palen Said she:
HAVE A PAINT PROBLEMP I Grinning broadly he added, The court also ordered the 25- There was a jab at Bryant., "One must be flexible, fluid
W. "Les" Dunson STATE CallLAKELAND "But it does make for some year-old soldier from Idaho Speaking of roads, Karl said: and adjust"
I''dark momenta for me. Some- rails, Idaho to pay a fine of
Commissioner Dist. 3
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.1.' Austrian Exchanqe Student Tells About His Nation! 1N TOWN LAKELAND ARE THE ADVERTISED(LEDGER BEST APARTMENTS Wednesday IN THE LEDGER April.CLASSIFIED 21 1M4 S-C

Staff rles Cesell upon graduation "Austria Is a modem nation, country of tree-covered slopes, whose father Is an official In Study Is more Intensive thanin == - --
Ledger Writer will join exchange studentsnow not, I'm afraid well under mirror lakes-like Switzerlandwith the agency American schools, said
WINTER HAVEN-Austria, attending schools all over rainy springs, warm All firms, tradesmen, artisans Gesell. with IS subjects staggered -
stood much of the Western
a mountainous country of seven the United States In a bus by summers and cold winters. and technicians through the week as in
million people, 1* a Federal tour'which will include the nation World," said Cesell, "just as But, like Switzerland, It's and through are represented this American. colleges. WI NwithWOO DS
Republic that has become s capital and New York we In Europe have many misconceptions labor negotiations The Fulbright committeeand
," as neutral officially, as Switzerland also a hard-working, Industrial agency comes ( i
CityBorn of America I nation building a strong economy and administration of other educators estimate
In Vienna on Dec. 13, which were exploded when I within a neutral foundation vocational training. that the majority of European '
Because of her neutrality, 1M, as a fiery Wagnerian came to Winter Haven," The House of Parliament or high-school graduates have an I' "Four yeors ago, I
she is banned from the European twilight was settling over the His country, he laid Is not A third of the Austrian National Assembly is chieflyrun equivalent education to that mode two Important
Common'Market, yet Nazi Germany that had held all pastry, fat people, beer economy, said young Gesell Is by the Conservative or of an American. college junior
hopes Great Britain will join; his republic captive for almost and mountain-climbers tied to agriculture and forestry Socialist parties, the socialist .) pledges-to give
shuns trade with Cuba and is 10 years, young Gesell remem- with 37 of the universities
a recent David Brinkley report per cent group has put through a Three major 4 you a voice 'In
only diplomatically polite to bers the lean years of his first might lead you to believe country covered by forest strong socialized medicine great seats of medicine and
Communist countries. decade, when Austria fell into ." Farms tend to be small by policy and has highly developed music, are located in Au- government and to
This summation of his na the Russian zone of occupation U. S. standards-but numer stria: in Vienna and in two
No Secrets the art of social legislation put your countygovernment
tive country was given by Aus ous-and chiefly concerned: western states Gesell plansto
trian exchange student, Wal. His home town, and cur Nor,he said, do the dispatch with beef or dairy productsand and old-age Job protection pensions are by two go to the University of ,a on a
ter Gesell. to the Winter Haven rounding towns were in ruins cases so commonly clutchedIn with wheat, rye oats, po Vienna as an economics business-like basis.
Rotary Club at -ruins corrected many hands, contain the tatoes and some fruits byproducts.The
a meeting only where President of the Federal major, after he serves a two-
here. absolutely necessary by the deep, dark secrets of fugitive But Austria is also buildinga Republic Is elected for a year hitch In the Austrian The record proves I

Young Gesell, 19. is a senior Russian occupation forces. spies seeking protection In a strong industrial complex, six-year term, voting is compulsory army. ': have kept faith with
under the Fulbright ex Beautiful' Vienna was like a neutral country. in Its tradition of triumphing It will be good to come hometo
elect the
change plan, at Winter Haven battered bride in a muddy "They probably" contain the over adversities, said the exchange tatives of to the nine provinces represen-, his native land, but he will you. I ask you now
High School. Active in gown-fallen and trying vainly dally lunch, he quipped. student.
many leave Winter Haven wistfully to keep faith
And, he said, he's found that or Austrian atates.Education
to lift its head Mining a chief occupationIn
student organizations, he is an proudly once said the young Austrian, influent
honor student who he more among the most beauti- the United States is not In- the northeastern section. Required me through supportfor
says English
ful habited by countless million Austria still ___ __
will take back cities of the world. but must Import
many happy Formal education Is man- < second term In
whose chief Is
memories of America In 1955 the Iron Curtain aires problem much of Its tools and coal
to Aus-
was drawn back to Hungary, choosing what color Cadillacto from Germany, England or the datory from ages six to 15. this vital I public
tria.To drive to the office today, Four years are spent In elementary -
reinforce those a once-proud nation which fell United States, he said "
memo.Attack school then the office.
into bad ways in the First who are constantly chewinggum Trade Is constantly Increasing . Re-Elect
World War, under the Kaiser, or chain-smoking two especially with the west- has the.choice of the additional
Carrier and which has never recov- packs of cigarettes a day. ern countries, who have moreto four year business or All DEDICATED SERVICE
ered. Austria and Florida do have offer. vocational finishing school or VIN Continued
something more in common the general educational curriculum : GOOD GOVERNMENT
FDR Leaves Rebuilding Begun beside near-equal population, Electricity ExportedA of nine years-for ExperiencedMan

Hungary was once a part of he said Both have tourismas unique export of AustriaIs those who may go on to higher -
Jax Naval Base Austria, when it was the monarchy a very important part of electricity, via hydroelectric learning.
of Austria-Hungary, but the economy; Austria has power from lakewater Re-elect . .
now the newly-reformed Fed- about 3.5 million visitors a stored In dams: Germany,
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The eral Republic of Austria had year, with Its Alps, Danube, Belgium and Italy are con-
attack Carrier Franklin D. to turn its back on its Com- rest spas, festivals and the stant customers tapping Austrian .. Morris Combee FLOYD WOODSCounty
Roosevelt and two other vessels munist neighbor and begin the aters in a richly cultural at power.
left Mayport Naval Station yes belated sifting through its own mosphere.Few The Chamber of CommerceIn CONSTABLE DIST. #5 *
Dist. 1
terday for six months in the ruins of government and buildings countries have more Austria has more authoritythan M.,...t .....1...... Commissioner
Mediterranean.The -and begin rebuilding as mountains in such a concen the U.S. Chamber of C..IoI. YweaN. t..... P05. Ad,
(N hl. Adv W ea.dld.W I ) NI
destroyer.tender Yellow the echo of Russian Jackboots trated space: Austria is a Commerce, said young Cesell

stone and Ammunition Ship faded away.Hopefully.
Mazama joined the FDR in Austria looked
leaving for duty with the Sixth toward Hungary in the fall of
Fleet. 1958 when a daring and fiery
They were to rendezvous off attempt was made for freedomin
the coast with 13 vessels from the Hungarian Revolt. The
other East Coast ports for the look was only an agonizing
Atlantic crossing.Kathleen outstretched hand, to some
20,000 refugees who fled their bedding buys !
strife-torn land to the freedomof
Lions the new republic. Free
Hungary died and its corpse
wears Communist handcuffs
Elect YoungAs In his teens, Gesell saw his
Austria bloom as it began rebuilding -
President its cities and its WARDTWOFORTHEMONEY
bastions as one of the strongest
of the small neutral nations yr
w. E. Young has been elect .
ed president of Kathleen Lions .
Club for the 1964-65 year.
Other officers chosen arcs
Drew Hughes, first vice .
president, Clarence Green,
second vice president, Virgil KlNGSWOODREPMSENtAtlVf
Ramage, third vice president
Wade Tyner, secretary; Ken
Hem, treasurer: Pete Harda- r l" r r I i ,
dv p
ker, two-year director; Bernard yk r + n
Tyner, two-year director
Emory Reedy, one-year 'ffWfl' I.ia1xftINJr
director, Dave Vestal, one-
Near director, Norman Black
burn, tail twister, Homer Hitt,
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1 C__LAKELAND LEDGER; 1t'ednesdayAyril 21, I9SIII I NEWS OF RECORD .

Scramble For Big Convention Business Is Growing CIRCUIT wu F's.d COURT H HutheeJr. I Louie: : Plnierriuu"ii5.Perkini Manolseturm Menufacturlna. ..S EntcrprUea:.tirprlso' 'va.Hrevard ... ;

">ah .lr'l; Huihei It and'Joe HueheaIne Manufactitrlnf Tractor Ca I1MPerkini taurprleei. vt
.. action derail
al Fla etc elvll Barre Inc 1101.

By JACK LEFLER scramble to get them Is becoming , have profited. Others are belatedly -,, tlon site, however, Is only thee ties have helped promote themas ''thousands of delegates, many .*0"t koll.. ... i. H Russ.Jr.. Cell. Pt McDowell$ ,' C ac Ill c Bnterprlait Tt,
K kuihee Ine 1.Rn&lr"I.
Huehei and Joe .
AP Business Newt Writer fiercer convention locations smaller cities are adding to, .. .. h rUm Manufacturlna TI.Jamea .
trying to get into th first step.A I I ele elvll.artlon damai'e ,I R. CI..". Auaoll Anthony atCe
I W J Moor va Robert J lallmenelvll
U NEW YORK (AP-Conver Some cities I their business firms' revenuesby action In or ISOOInternational Pls.. 116Apollaoeo
long since became swim city must offer first rate Money Spread Mlnerau eteeee and Cliomlrel 0007500 TI 1. atili.A. .

lions re big business and the convention.minded[ and[ New York City last year'accommodations, facilities to Convention delegates spread actively going after regional wml' ete., ve* Barney ) Cone: .:/7e 411307nke" Ca ".. Cllntoa ". ,,-

played host to 800 conventions handle big crowds such as ads their money widely The New gatherings 'void wU eop!> vVjuaalta L, Lee A.Eh7IC'! : \: Cl. TI. Paul lion

which spent an estimated $250 Convention Man AaIlrM1U.r Charlie r Miller.
Ifi quate transportation, banquet York and Visitors TI App1ileneeMsJlrlvlei Co. TI Jamei $.

million Bureau calculates that the average CLOSEDBIRMINGHAM WIlll.m DivorceneYrSH'dlvore"R. 1.. Mnoos ra LauIH .. bovro.Ie III ..
Hire halls Ca W A
[ resturants and an easily REALLY .J: Appliance Bervlc T*
Competition to attract conventions convention delegate '*' Poldl ". U*. OrVf1tnULumber"c .
accessible location. Ala (AP) ; TI. Stanley I). Ku.pl
is keen among cities spends his money this way: Alton Ooodwln Jr. ve Ruby Marie >nw>tl Jr. 198111

k Charles L. Cooper ,which recognize the potential For example, New York Cityin I Hotel rooms, 30 per cent: restaurants Road Closed," said the sign J. aroma 1. Kialak Ooodwln.d on...divorce. Cora of Pla Bean Otlt Roebuck D. Smith.a>Sll Company'It replevr,

'financial rewards from housing ' the last four years has added 24 per cent: Leverages on a rural byway near BirmIngham . sty moults'. va .Wendell 1. Nesmltn et m VII tun. number. Ca ... Prank WeiUnore.Divenpori .

As and entertaining convention 12,000 new rooms to its already 5 per cent; retail stores, [ But people don't always -Plbrllaad MortiaieUand Development .Service Station vi. HenrrAdrthuon
Your Tax I'lO'
Collector delegates. numerous housing accommoda 1 18 per cent, local transports believe in signs In this O.W.? et Ine.al, remove ek.reetrictloie Jet = Tlbadoi Inc vi, stanlty D Kaplaaew.L .
I tion, 4 per cent; night clubs 5 n. L. Randolph vi. William *YI, oifo'rd
Bureaus Set Jr TI FonIco1u, 116.
up Randolph child
tions. lupport
A. IT run Accavnttitf Or Adminiirraiioitbackfround per cent, gasoline, oil and automobile instance, they should have. The Oladya L ISnoonerl Brown n. Cletuipooaer Horne standard Service. va Joha'ie

I Many cities have organized Other cities such as Atlantic service, 1 per cent; I road Is torn up around the / Mar. child wm iipportineva ,ana .va Itevmond Ro. *.standard Service T*. Murray

\ B. Operates N* Buiintu t. compefi" with special visitors and convention City, Chicago, Philadelphia and heaters, movies and sightseeing bend. Ooipel Alvin Orlce wlla va' .Chalet aiete child Hornet eupport, child. Williams. 10. Nantes. 151.ld 0Da /MD? I" 1t0M Wads. .

r.I,.,.'". bureaus to meet the competition Los Angeles have not stood 13 cent. ..u..rlc.nl.
per '
and assist in promoting this still And for those disbelievers, .. tdward Slovene et ai ".. Cen.tral DaVld L. Harden. M D.. ".. Ludla Hot.DaVl'a .
C. Will b. full-Tlml Collector. Construction of large capacity While only a relatively few [ Florida Oae Corp. ete. and *?*.
I lucrative trade. convention halls, aJcih cities are able to take care of someone has placed this sign[ Richard damaeea.lorida .Praaelt Martin, toll action i I"td.D. M D. ".. BerculeiDiv'iVL

(M. '01. /l4v.t Winning out as the conven tional housing and eating_facili huge__conventions which draw on the _return trip: "Stupid Iwell Oae Enilnrerlni Trarumlialon and CO.Contractual ete.. TI. III, Harden ".D.. TI C. C. Cam,.
Co. ele. civil action dtmaaea la eiUelvia Da'vid L Harden. M D.. ".. M. D. Port.
NM Of500.. ner (19
Mrnrt4 I Arlts.oi'"l:0./111... .I.U Idle David William111 L Hardea M D.. TI Oracle tea

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Iwltacr. dlroree
Palnei TI Marie Palmer. dl. 'I Bank of lakeland va.
WO'OI Horton and Marry Riles Kraft
R..., L. Baker ".. Charlie W Baker. '11140.
tl,1ern. Peace River Auto Balra I In*. TI. Joha.
Ado Homdey TI. Prettan Hollldar. dl. William Weeds. 1319Peace .
nano, River Auto Balte Ina. ".. Auitla
Colleen Lrent TI. Chattel L. Lyani
dtworee. 1:: r.rt1nIOco, TI. Plord and Mary
Judith| Lnll Hutch. "" Troy RaiOloria Part.14111
Huueon dlor.. Serurliy Loan Co. ".. D. L. tad AnalaRlchardion
Carolyn Johrmon TI. Homer Lamar l.3 52 '
JoUn.on. divorce ], R. arniry va Jobs Reaeiar and]
uenita Mon ve. Huey David Roaefler Alma Heneear (130Roam I
dirarro Medical tinterwe TI. Henry AddURoeerMedlr
> Alice Lowe TI. Roust Bobby 176. ,
iT Lowe child lupport.Bunion *! CenUr TI Robert L.
Yyrll11e v>. Ranald louse Srewnter, ( 5Roirri
". child lupportMltche Mealcal. Center Tl. Llnton Craaa.Roee'r .
\ .ONTGOAAERY ) Core P. ... Harvor MltehenBervlclnt *.
.h lid ipportw' Medical Center Tl ManhallDunbar
Canted M Corp TIihall |29.
s Jim. arackls ar et ?. ... J Roiere Medical 1 Center TI Jerry W.
Barranca R W Murray and .
tram 147 50
WARD A. C D.1:1Ci.: et,.. merlin loreWHIard Roars Medical Center TI Arthur Ford

tlosun d Cab va, W, B Cooper at ui, Roiees Medical Center. ".. J. C. Oore
"I lIIor.... forecloiureOrwere
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American MO.. Corp. etev Oumn Jr tl*
>. John Martin O000.5100. clop Roiere Medical Ctntet TI Larry .
decree foreclo>lnt mortaateThe .
Bremen e Bank far ...an.. In the RoVeri'wedlcil Center ".. Leaps 117.
0' Clot et New' Yo,.. ete.. v>. Walter H..Un... 113.30.
40.40 L. Waeaier et u<., final decree lorecloslni Rouen Medical Center Tt Laser A.
morteaie Hulmei. 14150
fcfrjT well nilneerlnt: and Contractlnc Ca. Ryes Medical' Center ".. Mary Ana
04. no. *' O. Wimpy Ca. Inc., eteShlfi .. Klane. t95Roieri .
.,. ml.I; .
Medical Center Iarold Lam.aert
V KrliU Mlrra ve. TaueeBt M. 157Roiere .
) O$6Q Miria' final decree divorceWUIard Medical Center ... Walter H,
Pvn0 1 Llnkrnbaoa et ua Hour B Lee, (17Roiere ,
: q'es Graham. haul Judnnent for plaintitle. Medleil Ctnter ".. R W M..
.re' t>" l7 sue. I7Roieri <.
Polo" Ann Putnam ... Bobble CtarkFon.m Medical Center TI Horace He.Sou .
final decree divorce lln : 50
*/ William I. Norman vi Merle ButlerWlmberly ,r.tlt. 'I'aI Crnter Tt Thorn I
'8 Kormao, final decree dl- Charlee Otlc.br 144Roiere .
r roree Medical Center ".. Lloyd O. !
Uu MOl Harrlnttoa Lentos bah M .
rlnilon, final decree divorce Roiere tonedlral Center Tl Robert J.
M 10ri. KaUirrn Rebleoa va, Oma Lee stevenion .,.. le .1.
Roblton Jr. final decree divorce. 110. .. Mrdlcal Cmter Tl lUcharlSummerall
J. t. auiphene TomllnioaCo
.I.j.ud'k for l.1
: eu Iooi pinto.till 10rs Mxllcal Canter Tl Myrlea L.
40 Tyner. In.Ro..rt. .
Standard OU Ca etc. TI Jan,,, 0.Tompson . Medical' Center Tl. Herbert B.
Judiment for plain- Wail,... |7Viuaha
till' 1589 a7 U Wrltht Tl Albert Knlibbw'll.8mUA
Carol Dauahtery ".. Jamaa C Dauthtery -

final decree...divorce Splcer ".. L. O ....bloo...
Dorr-Oliver Bnilneerlnf
W. L. Btheredae .
.. Ltd. '10.. final dotty for I Variety TI. Mot Dorothy Pare.

I plaintiffJerrv L. Reybern ".. Shirley.. Ana Ion,. Peace man.River Ill 72 Auto Sale, Ine vi. Joiepll
born, final decree divorce P, and Mary I4DSr .
Clratt .Jaikton, decree Orlffli divorce ve. MrttlaOrion .. and ..... Buil Uraham vi.
Roper. Donald and June Uacapher 1113 40.
I'I'\ Poreet.. Cuteo A..go Cbarlee vi. A. D. Turner Jr*

... Donald Buach
Polk Mawnale Ine Mre13Mary F,'sari' Jeckeon replevyt.
Robert Workman et al dlemlMel
wit'H Ctiarleno Powell ... .Clareac Powell .,vi.a'.Il"JIO Booth Repair two vi Arthur, Malt
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for Savinn. ete TI Tire Ca. TI. Burk ChlldtCypreaa.
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ar final 4.riosdl1roree. Bank Tire Co. .1 Prod Harru (710
Mechanlca Miller Brertnf Ine: Woodward W:
vi. Carroll P. Rlnehart et ua; .
fit Nail' 1411 05Suppllrn
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filedBullerd B Anderaaa 17771.

Iniurance Suite Mend. lac, ... Mri Supplier and Edith: Credit Bryant Ine 511 vi 1.Suprllers .Walter ..

Pearl.tI'fokn"i (351 v, frnMt IJ and Willie Harry Bruce Credit, IU lee 01.lu..I1. va. Mr. and Mr..

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8..1' J. Carle. (47
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C.rrl. Davis 11I3 41.SoVhero

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,I wilt, tl4 U. Helen L. Sharp, 14678.SupUlen
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3t r : t'it J Reynold. US... aim. wan ..0.. .
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday April 29. 1M4 7-C

Author James Baldwin's First Qualified Negro Graduates Being SoughtBy

II JACK LEFLER for red, that this la not a fad| ate majoring In science, biology -to be a good field for Negroes i -
AP Business News Writer ,There Is. some uncertainty about physics, mathematics, The placement director at flak
Broadway Play Not Simple One NEW YORK (APMJualifieU 1 the future, but the general belief chemistry and engineering. said he was "amazed at the
Negro college graduates are being l fa that" more Jobs are opening Starting salaries In these tremendous thrust fat students
majoring In business adminis-
sought by Industry this yearas up fields run up to $870 a month "
By MARTIN GANSBERG thought other than the unbelievable on raised platforms while )lighting never before. Flak University In Nashville with an average Just under $600 tration.
CC>llrIlloril Qlmra 1 :' "I've killed men be- guides the audience to the A Indicates that has had to extend its normal These compare favorably with A problem is that the supply
NEW : ore" recruiting sessions for at least of qualified Negroes in business
39 years of action. precedented numbers of Industrial -, starting salaries for all graduates -
as In and
age, James Baldwin is Under the direction of another month Howard I'nlver i engineering
a tense Burgess Baldwin hoped to round up a recruiters have swarmed science
In D.C. turned to meet Industry'sdemand
airy Washington ,
man filled with convictions Meredith the story is told In cast that had experienced some over campuses to hunt out, talk Placements directors say they .
rather than opinions, and gifted :contrasts and conversations The of the things he wants them to to and In many cases hire Negro than away visited more recruiters the college this year five could place many more science,
contrasts are white town against say. "1 think the people In this graduates at top starting and engineering graduates than Wood ibises
with the which have I
to and 50
facility hasloggf'd
express 1 black years ago per
town, and the conversa- cast know what I'm talking salaries have available
himself. .,As I IEapeclal' cent more interviews than last they five-foot wing span, have been
an author he has lions are "
people doing what they about he said "Some of
Business administration, clocked in flight 35 miles
Interest Shown I year In Texas, Prairie View especially at per
Britten provocative essavs: always do talking wildly wisely them have lived this. Most of accounting, is proving hour.
and Texas Southern
short stories and novels As an or foolishly. them have seen or heard It. The search for outstanding College Vote for '
"The attention lion one at They know what I'm saying, and Negroes is a part of an all-out University report a tenfold Increase
orator, he has spoken out force- a time" Baldwin said, "But they can say it the way I want hunt for able June graduates, in vIsiting industrial recruiters I EXPERIENCEthat
fully on civil tights.He the audience always knows the them to." but many companies are showing over the past few The ONLY Candidate . really
has shown no timidIty' ,other Is present. The play de- It Is a big cast this cast of an especial interest in the years. COUNTS!
when it comes to being read or strays private life and the the.. 27 In It are Rip Torn (the graduating Negro, Main Targets Who HasAlready Fled . ,
heard Yet this week he relied 'oloey or mythology of race suremacy -, killer), Pat Mingle, Diana Sands, And, says Business! Week The main targets of the recruiters M Proved Himself! '
When the Negro Is Percy Rodriguez, AI Freeman magazine, which conducted the k /
Negro Irdu.ilia
are top
on voices the trained ,GEORGt MILIEU'M
capacity unfolding the story he is up, Jr, and Ann Wedgworth David survey there is a general feeling : K.
of 27 actors-to describe front on the stage and white. Baldwin, the author's brother, that Industry really wants ELECT
in still another way the thoughtsthat town will be In the back. And. is playing the boy who loves the Negro that the recruitingrush T X; toUET R .
trouble him, thoughts he when It's time for the whites. the girl who loved the boy who, isn'f merely a desire tot PAUL VAUGHN
feels be to speak, the Negroes are In the'was killed. The confusion o provide "window dressing
must said. His play, '
"Blues For Mr. Charlie," was back"This that sentence .is much akin to One student was quoted as CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT ,
presented by the actors studio I Is accomplished on the the confusion of the role. It is saying paid. p I. ..v. by ...... C..I.... I a?"q p.l.advqnn C "nni c_....
stage by having performers sit a challenge, "We believe the new Jobs are .. . .. .
theater at the Anta theater. It IN . .v. b. CaMl."I, ---- Oprp.H--M Htr__
I Is the third play he has written
but the first to reach the Broad
way stage.
"I'm not concerned with the <
success or failure of the play
Baldwin confided the other afternoon .
"I want to shock the
people; I want to wake them
up: I want to make them think; believe !
M want to trick them into an we
experience." which I think is im.portant. -

His right hand formed a fist
ssjhe spoke and his left hand
moved a cigarette to and from
hi|, lips almost as quickly as
the words came forth. His eyes
were bloodshot; he looked tired.

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dearly in "Blues For Mr

F "Had To Be Play"I

knew this had to be a play
1 ,inew I had to tell this story
III]this form" he said "When
.(man sits down to write, he
lass something to say and he
JI owl how he can say It best
light away in a short story or a Up to 36 months to pay
novel. When I started to tell
this story I knew it had to be f
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avplay." -.a-r .-
ames Baldwin hasn't forgotten -- c> -
the beauty and leisure of
Parii, where he lived for alfiost Many Deluxe Features
a decade, nor has he for
gotten the squalor and tension
,.IpE.' ,
of Harlem, where he was born. 'w R
It's just that there are fresher ,:
ings in his mind, like frequent Built Into This Model!

isits to the South In recent
a a
: ears because of his intense de- ,u x
I ire to do something to help the '5" i

,, rowing civil rights movement.
"That's what this play Is
bout." he said quickly, "What
JPl'v< seen down there. What I P $
;, now la so I held on to the !
dea with my teeth. I knew if .
I[ didn't get It down quickly
I'd never get it down."

Not SimpleIt

Isn't a simple play with a
mple story Without benefit
scenery and depending wholon -< 1
effective lighting against (
massive black curtain as a I
ckdrop, the actors speak outr I '1 : .
Baldwin. They tell the sto-
of how a white man In the ,
ep south killed a year-old /4 "

'Negro and never gave It any .._ .'t" : .. _ . :::;;:::,- '. ; ..: :', . Enjoy bright dear Images

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Tie 120th day of 1964. Theree I .

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[On this date in 1862 United
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fallen and the city abandonedy
Confederate forces after the
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In 1894, Jacob Coxey led his _
rmy of unemployed to Wash-
Vgton. ; ;
| In 1942, Hitler and Mussolini
het at Salzburg "' !
In 1944 1000 American bombrs 'EXPERT r
| attacked Berlin. } I ...
In 1945, troops of the U.S.
Ith Army entered Munich.In .
m, 28 Japanese leaden
>ere indicted in Tokyo as war PHONK t ; ,a.
rimlnal. 683-5951 ri ,
* now for tees ,
I Ten years sgo-India and Red home demon r '
China agreed on a course of stration.90.day. j ,
| e Ie. f u 1 coexistence and a k
rantee of nonaggression service at k
f g drat Tibet.
Five years ago 28 were no extra chargeNOW
.tiled In the crash of a Spanish
'airliner near Cuenca Spam
One year ago-Haitl agreed
nlnlcan Embassy In Port-aur.rice -


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I, l1tij-unk- 8-C LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, May 29, 19(4
Campaign Set In HavenIf r Unemployed Subsist ,"

-, WINTER HAVEN -A cam, Wolf said he hoped that no .,"
/palgn aimed at ridding the city, further action would be needed '"'! '< I"" : On Surplus Food J

you wont of Junk is set t according to Bill Wolf, director t
of building and zoning tion. But a city misdemeanor
The drive is being started witha charge can be slapped on a determined Blurry TelevisionEDITOR'S

LOWER TAXESby public plea to clean up. Following offender, with penal- t., , t
that will be an Inspectiontour ties or fine or Imprisonment or : a tmE
whereby violators will be NOTE-What Is Ruth giggled. Emma talked ol S

making the small -"PorkChop" counties ,city warned code that could action ensue under if cleanup the both.Wolf said the building! department -I life like for an unemployed an elderly neighbor woman who
man and his family In the economically was dying. Denzil read his
t pay then fair share of taxes . doesn't will answer any questions distressed coal min newspaper.
I The ordinance puts thumbs about the project, adding, "the d. 4rk ing country of southern West Daylight arrived by the end
j down on storage or dismantlingof public should feel free to call I Virginia where unemployment of breakfast. The girls peekedout
Other and V-i
cars or machinery .
Is fact. to'assess the weather. The
junk or scrap within 300 feet of upon us at any time for help. an Inescapable
any residential" district or-In \ tf !.** Here Is, the story of an ordin- daily television routine began.
'nonresidential zones-within 50 LOT OF DISAGREEMENTS ,.t ary day. Denzil fiddled with the dials,
I ,, ,0 wires, but
the antenna
feet of the line CHICAGO jiggled
I street or' (AP>Unfair labor tf.
+ dim and dis
other property line practice charges recorded by By JAMES HAUGIIT the picture was
I nVOTE' the National Labor Relations Charleston Gazeite-MaO I torted. The old set was Just too

I TIME FOR A ,Board in' fiscal 1963 hit an all- I TAD, W.Va. (AP-The heat far gone.
time high of 25,371 cases. A!" from the gas stoves was stifling Girls Go Te School
CHANGE | It was the busiest year In the i z MSHE'S The windows were steamed
However, it caught a
; : FOR board' 29-year history. ; over and It was drizzling out ghost of a country music show.gray
Back pay awarded to 6S em- side. The unpaved lane at the
their clothes
The brought
I ployes amqunted to almost $2.7 lower end of Tad was slick with girls
into the living room, watched
million during the year mud.
television as they dressed, soon
II II Unions initiated 43 per cent Blonde sisters Rebecca June bundled and
of the charges, individual employee were up hurryingto
I 39 and Ruth Ann slept huddled to meet the school bus.
per cent and employers -
bed share
gether In the they The television musicians still
I ..16 per.cent.Try '... '...r.:." __ Their mother, Emma, X, sleptIn were singing loudly as ,Emma
the other l bed. Their father, set up an ironing board beside
l'u ARISTOCRACY- III.* Mary'MtcDon.Uf, II,
.. . ., of retired Nary C.,r. sad Mr. A. .. M.cDon.U .t V.ll.jo, the Jiving room. ing his paper.
Fair end equal) Calif, holds copy,of tk. Ian,, .ho rclv4 for D. .."'. .fLtnJon At 4 a,m., the father awoke, "She says she likes it better
t >oli.* for oil. KlNGSWOODJ5TATJE Informing 'her slut ih. dos here a link f. British rubbed an aching shoulder, when I'm working Denzil offered
DAVID HIGGINBOTTOM ELIMINATE PRESENTFEE tocrccf ...* U Hi* prtMiit Prim Mtaliftr DougUHomt.. Sri turned the fire down and got I'm not around underfootso

p j SYSTEM a 4 A "lass THAT 1111,. hia high blood pressure, washed
HIS rnoiMiti 3,550 sage guide I At lunchtime, Emma got out
The only candidate for Florida Legislature, ELECT them down with a swig of water. some of her home-canned fruit

Group 3, who actively opposed the 1961 from a mason Jar., Then he folded cold and vegetables to add to the
Ralph J. RossiPTAXAeASSESSOR.l TRADE UP his blankets splashed mollygrub. Government food
"Pork Chop" reapportionment amendment. REPRESENTATIVE water in his chubby face and alone makes for a starchy diet.
ro A BETTER USED CAR FROM ONE OF THE MANY BARGAINS brewed a cup of instant coffee Returning to ,the televisionset
111 (H. r... Add Former coal miners are, by old she prepared for an afternoon .
j habit very early risers.
of the soap operas sue 101-
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Aid Keeps Them Going I lows daily
Denzil and his family get Denzil watched for a few min
along on his dollar-an-hour utes, then returned to his newspaper -
earnings from the Aid to De- fie said he was lookingfor
pendent Children of the unem- news of construction Job

ployed program. where he might find work.
"I guess I'd still be In the Denzil shifted on the couch
mines if my nerves hadn't got and puffed a hand-rolled ciga
es>P bad," he says. "I couldn't takeit rette. "I'm sort of stuck here
any more"Technically now because I have my union
Denzil has beenon built "
seniority up pretty good
the employe roster of theUbbyOwensFord
He Takes Nap
glass plantin
Denzil fell asleep, napped
Charleston since 1953, but hehasn't
> rnu
r.. + A A worked there In two the girls came back from
He is union memberand
years. a
Emma started dinner and
clings to the hope that
there were more mollies: surplus -
mounting seniority will get him
cornmeal baked Into corn-
back to work. bread, surplus navy beans
He has been drawing unemployment -
more government lunch meat
benefits, knocking
and a little rice fixed up as
around on temporary jobs"The
ADC isn't much but it
Back to the blurry television.As .
keeps us from going hungry
the evening wore on Becky
"If like charity.I .
he said not
Fell asleep on the couch. When
work hard. I spade snow all Denzil dozed Emma woke
day, or mop, or sweep, or work everybody and shooed them off
the trash truck. In the summer to bed.

we cut grass or rake leaves. Denzil turned down the fires.

I : : POPI'P r4 ; ? "I'm tired" when 1 get homeat gulped his blood-pressure pill,
night. spread his blankets and flicked
with the ADC
% Denzil has been off the television set
k for a year and a half. He is assigned -
to the state capitol
w where; he- serve aa, gardener, u. S. Copters '

__ Janitor and trash collector.
.y a $27.11 Per Week Are DownedBy
1 rI He gets $27.69 a 'seek or

> .,.. 1 about $1,440 a year. lie Is limited
e to 120 hours a month, usual Viet CongDO
ly works that much In three

weeks. XA. South Viet Nam (AP)
I ONE LOW These earnings, plus a monthly -Communist guerrilla groundfire -
PRICE INCLUDES ration of federal surplus commodities downed two U.S. helicopter
-locally called mollies, and a South Vietnamese fight
or mOllygrub-keep the family er plane yesterday in a govern
CARPET RUBBERIZED PAD alive. I ment assault on guerrilla mountain
As Denzil emptied his cotfee positions here. Two American -
99 cup Emma got up. : airmen were wounded.
AND INSTALLATION! She i II cheery and plump with The biggest toll was among
an Irish face. She washed Upland the Vietnamese troops riding in
Joined Denzil for coffee. the helicopter to tiny landing
Famous Dupont 501 Carpet- continous filamtnt, nyfon pile! In hlgh-lo; sheared, The girl bounced up within I zone near a Communist base.

minutes, scurrying around In Eleven of them were killed by
scroll 'tweed design
I : or installed on rubber padding.. Resists fuzzing, pilling orshedding..Don't their nightshirts. Becky, t, is groundflre.A .
dimpled and shy, Ruth Ann, 7. total of 15 of nearly 40
miss out on this great carpet buyl 12 and 15 ft. widths. .... is rounder and more talkative. Vietnamese and American heli

Emma lit the kitchen stove'copter were hit by ground fire
: 11.49 and began breakfast. Most of as an operation was launchedInto
food was mollygrub: rolled' the mountainous provincesof
NO MONEY DOWN wheat cooked as hot cereal Quang Ngai and Kontum
i sq yde installed lunch meat fried In governmentlard A Vietnamese fighter plane
and surplus butter for the crashed near the command post
, toast after ground fire damaged the
SHOP AT HOME! OUR CARPET'' EXPERT IS AS NEAR AS YOUR PHONE During breakfast Becky and injured.engine. The pilot was seriously

Two other helicopters crash

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LAKELAND LEDGER WedneSdsp. AprU 21, 11&1I .

t Holland's Tulips Ready For Spring! Film HEMORRHOIDS res, Fistulas end i

have tailored Keukenhof bulbs to West Germany. Inspectors are, stationed In other Recto I Diseases '
By HARRY UYTENHAAK I They -port go
1 Other leading buyers are Great the Netherlands by two coun- successfully treated by
N r ILEGOM, The NetherlandsAP with a spring dress of more : NON-SURG1CAL
F Britain, the United States, Swe- United States and
RM ( ) Holland' 20.000 acres than 1,500 varieties of tulips tries the methods
of bulb fields, Including tulip, dotted with beds of the other den and France. Canada to watch for infectedor
crocus, narcissus and hyacinths, bulbous flowers. Germiny rose to No. I spot otherwise unaccep table I NO LOSS OF TIME
emerged from winter ready fora More than 700,000 persons among bulb importers duringthe bulbs But the Dutch maintain
I! l record spring, come to visit the flowering past decade, while U.S. imports their own strict supervision on DR. EARLE RABB
; The latest of five spring reports fields during the eight week declined. exports. Government Inspectors CLINIC. N.D.
or "bloembollenbenchr bloom period each year "There Is a point where prosperity don't hesitate to condemn an M. CV S-4M Winter MM
rA announced plans for next Satur I Doubled I makes people too lazy to I day's flower parade, highlight of Exports get on their knees planting and bulb Is found, I
the blooming bulb festival. Since 1947, when Keukenhof tending bulbs" says Albert
'was opened. Dutch bulb exports Drukker of the Associated Bulb
Thirty floats, accompanied by
20 brass bands, will file In a I have doubled to 68,000 tons Growers.
I Miles of color film taken here The Dutch still hold 90 per
mile-long procession along the
blooming! fields near the old have been sent to 117 countries cent of the U.S. market Druk- ONLY CLARK STONE
cities of Haarlem and Leiden. :.which have bought $75 million ker reports, while the Japanesehave
tw a worth of Dutch bulbs. slightly more than 5 percent
Parade Brings ThousandsThe _Nearly_ _one-third. _of_the__ ex-u -- --. i
parade brings thousands hot pledged to expose the affairs
of visitors to the cradle of the

Dutch first bulb bulbs Industry.The were. Imported I Keep The Man Who of the Circuit; Court Clerk's officeto

400 years ago from Turkey By you, the public.
the early 1600s the bulb trade Has Performed for You
was flourishing
r. Old and sometimes gloomy
; estates dot the area, bearing . AND WHOSE RECORD PROVES ITIALDINE
witness to its early prosperity.
One fairy princess among them,
Keukenhof, Is the showcase of
the 11,000 licensed bulb growers I
and exporters

French NATO

Officers Will I I

Be WithdrawnPARIS

(AP) France announced
a yesterday she Is with-
i : drawing her officers from the I
a North Atlantic Treaty Organ.

I ____ :: ... ization naval headquarters unit
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In a further step In President
Charles de Gaulle's program to y
JI THAT'S PART OF FISHING, JOHNNY-Young Johnny ITOHI, J, from Baldwin' nMr PiHtburgh, make his country independent oCher
looks puu''.. oi ho fltti roooV for hit first fiihinf .."Iu,.. Somehow the totk .f bolting fcookt allies, I fJ
ms a bit many, ovtn for. fr.cbt.d. -faa boy (AP WI.phol.1II" The French announcement' f for dedication to your interest . .
laid proposals have been made

Band To Join In 'May Day'Concert for ance's close fleets.liaison with the alli, I ELECTCLARK

De Gaulle already had with- lQ I
drawn French ships earmarked -
At Florida SouthernThe for NATO duty In case of conflict I STONE
Today he wiped the navy i
I slate clean by announcing withdrawal COMBEECounty
Florida Southern College the: Water Music" as arrangedby Last year the FSC music de- of his officers. : i
band and the FSC Lakeland Hardy, "Procession of Noales" partment was awarded a certificate The French president ap- I CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
I parently does not care that the Commissioner Diet 5
Reading Band will join in pre. by Leidzen, "Italian Polca" by the National Fed-
by Rachmaninoff, "Rienzi eration of Music Clubs for "out move Isolates his nation from
senting a "May Day" concertat Overture" by Wagner, "Quartal standing participation" In the planning in NATO naval councils (.... p... an e.... 1.1 .
7.45: pm. Friday in the Pierec" by Velke, and excerpts National Music Week observ i
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Branscomb Auditorium.Both from "Francesca dl Rimini"! by ance. I -
bands are directed by Tchaikowsky
Dr. K, C. Anderson, chairmanof William H. Spivey of the col- The ugly, somewhat bald headof ABQMf ttSTOREY
the college music depart. lege music faculty will be fea- the wood ibis has earned It NO 000BT *-
tured in solo, "Clock nicknames such ,
a piano as Ironhead
merit. The concert, last 'of the
and the Dresden Figures" by: gourdhead and Spanish buz-
college Is a feature of the
Lakeland area observance of Ketelby, I zard.JAMES .
National Music Week. The pub IS THE MAN h
lic Is invited. .
:'LJtS:.;),( t '> 1I
The college band's programwill '. ,t'
: . .. .
'. .
Include traditional and con- .L" i*
temporary music, including > ; I
"Mrche Slav" by Tchaikow- RODEN ?*; ; ,
sky "Folk Song Suite" by Wil ,;
Hams, "Beatrice at Benedict"by 'i \.
Berlioz, "Manhattan Vig- County
ncttes" by Stuart, .'Pageant"by ,
T4X'S rf(
by Porter.Persichettl, and "Can Can" R [ HAVENifii HERALD SPOAEy WE Elv oASERwALPRESS

The Reading Band, composedof ' "" ". RttACE
WINtER Croup' State tEE
FSC and Polk County musicians "r ere Is Ht Substitute for Experience" attorney 3 In th
.. ... BrtoW 1 U" f t' May presentative
will play "Suite from "" 1'01.All.. J m. L II. Starey 08"tative mary. Eli S !
tp4e' 1/01ul\taril'f J. exm oc.ratlc 1> .
is V.a.\inq: tll. uldebng ,, d general back"t'lnrnt'ntal r''

y' gen HIII S B} ll Jr.;. :hew h wood,n- ': :.:'Y.f." : determined the man to,glue ground Polk clearl Count y make enis Ce hi end m

: i l.t'aislatur eadershJp In the Y atronq,
Third In A SeriesMONROE WttA l Florida
; Is the LEE
.tory of YS
lion a ,)' record
\ and oun8
\ rise man's
tea dedlcl.
BRANNEN'S .ervice
In hta respected
to community.file or
successor .
GriHi" IT"S

. :. aorta Ie ft'll.SOI: and
Record On TheSHERIFFS be rry of hUrt OUr petsve -.

I Polkss consider him that th the MUI.ot .

BUDGETFour RepresentatJveg: j 11'1 the Flori da No; to!


4 For the first time In eight years Both In public office and as an

Polk county's Group 3 seat in the active worker In the Democratic ,
years ago, when Monroe Brannen was elected Sheriff of Polk has learned
wide to
Mouse of Representatives party Storey get +'.
County by a large majority, he pledged to operate the office on a reasonableand open. along with people without surrendering "..S

sensible budget! and his convictions I ," ,
Three energetic Intelligent or principles. ;, ;
young men are seeking election to Wallace 'Storey would make an '

The 'record speaks for Itself , Monroe Brannen has operated the the post. There were tour but one effective member of the next legis .'.

Sheriff's office In on economical manner, eliminating waste and.extravagance dropped out' for personal reasons lative delegation from Polk county. ,

and cutting the cost per case handled to a new low .: despite the although his name will remain on
tremendous increase 'in population in the county and a corresponding 'Increase the ballot.

in the COlt load! Each of the three remaining
candidates properly can claim to .

Monroe Brannen has proved that businesslike handling of the affairsof I have had a certain amount of ex- "I. be voting for Scott

the Sheriff's office can result In a savings of thousands of dollars onnuolly perlence to fit him for the legislative Kelly as the best man in the race

to you, the taxpayer of Polk County! post he Is seeking now. L for governor. We think thatScott's
While Polk county will not be
: service
i : : through the past
the loser with any of the three the #. few has indicated
Yes, Monroe Brannen's record as your Sheriff speaks for itself . In man who is best equipped to handle ness years for the Tallahassee -
. efficient . In reasonable and sensible post.
economy in management a has .
the Wallace He ,
Job Storey. < :, Ben Hill Griffin seems to us to
budget that eliminates watts and extravagance . and, in a devotion to duty shown an Interest In and aptitude ;. ',' be logical man in the county to
thot has resulted in more criminals than ever before being brought to justice
r for governmental work which Is 'J. fill the senatorial seat vacated by
j the kind of fair, impartial enforcement,Polk County Is entitled to another way of saying public service ,'pit Kelly. We will vote for Wallaceever

receive.! since he', been old enough Storey for the representative seat

I to work for a living. being vacated by Griffin.

Ifet s Keep A Reotenable I r'
Fer Cenflnvee Ecenenty, -- I

Sensible: Bwdgef end W I

MONROEBRANNEN ffftcfive' lew nfercimeNf, I ELECT ; ,l't.. i

will Apprecfeft year Yob ..ds.pp'orf \ '

en May 5f'. f WALLACE L. :" .

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