Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00134
 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 30, 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: VID00134
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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Judge Hunt Hails Move To Curb Sale Of PornographyBy I

WILLIAM D. SHILLING would a housewife be waxinga the "seamy" side of every persons and so many of the pictures and stories all come cent issue of a national newsmagazine with her Infant. The question
Ledger Sun Writer floor while she was so day life and human relations patterns are bad patterns. from the "outside," Judge before us was what to do with
Judge Bowdon Hunt, of the scantily dressed? But like I than Judge Hunt. "As far as obscene pictures Hunt replied: "The article stated that to the Infant for the mother'ssake
Juvenile and Domestic Relation said sex is easy to sell. "I can tell you one thing" and literature are concerned day's young people know more as well as the Infant.
Court of Polk County, Judge Hunt's commentswere the Jurist said "In almost It seems to me that they be- "I am sorry to tell you that o.(about sex) than their parents We finally reached what seem
leaned back in hU chair in his made during a brief discussion every case coming before this we have had young girls come why that is absolutely ed to be the best solution poss
office at Bartow and quietly of the planned actionof court. Involving a young girl before this court who have, absurd. To presume that a ible.
reflected: the Lakeland Committee sex is an underlying, basic .asOf SeriesSee been photographed In various 20-year old daughter knows ., "Then, Imagine my surprise
"Sex is easy to sell." for Decent Literature to ban factor. nude poses. They usuallyVex- more about sex and marital relations when I was told that the girl
He was not referring to obscene and pornographic literature Judge Hunt observed that editorial, "To Know and plain that they posed in,the 0 than her 45 -year old had a two-year old child at

prostitution per ear He explained from retail outlets in pornographic pictures are not to Act," on Page 4. hope that their pictures parents that is an insultto home for which some pro-
: x this community.. art, and that pornographic would open the 'way for careers every parent," vision had to be made. She
"I was thinking about an advertisement Needless to say, the veteran stories are not literature, and 'H in modeling." To substantiate his belief had first become pregnant at
I saw recently in Jurist thoroughly approved of he added: come more acceptable to the After tossing off a few more that the young know far lets 10-years of age I"
a national magazine. The ad the pending action by this "What distresses me 1s thatI young because of the acqie- barbs about the excessive use about life than the boys and Judge Hunt makes no sec
was for floor wax. But the group of Lakeland parents, realize that almost everything scene of their elders to this of sex in advertising "sex girls who come before him ret of his concern about reported -
shapely housewife applyingthe grandparents and others. a young boy or girl evil and smut." can be used In almost any would have the world believe, sex practices of college -
wax was dressed in a bikini During the course of years, learns he or she learns froman Asked if any pornographic kind of selling" Judge Hunt Judge Hunt reported: students. Actually, when
few men in Florida or any older person. They learn material actually originates in voiced his displeasure with an "Sometime ago. we had a
"Now in the world whether the author's in 13 old girl in court (Turn to Page 6, Columa 1)
why other state have seen more of by the patterns set by older Polk County, or statement a seas year

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Fla. Tile 2r Renew

To BuildNew Greek Cypriots


Tile PlantFlorida Industries la Attack On Turk Castle13Hour

planning to build a new, multi
million-dollar plant In the
Greater Lakeland area, The
Ledger learned today Truce Ended

Various sites are being considered jr
for the location of the
new production facility -

James W. Sikes, president By Mortar FiringNICOSIA
of the company, and Leon R. t
Sikes, executive vice president +

said that no details couldbe Cyprus (WVThe) Greek Cypriots broke .r -

released "at this time" on their cease-fire in the Kyrenla mountain range
the firm's planned new plant.
"Anything said now wouldbe with a mortar attack on Turkish Cypriots rM
premature," PresidentSikes I the besieged castle of St Hllarion.i ,, hl r

said. i Seven mortar shells were fired at the castle

Plan Not Denied o minutes, but there was no Immediate .

Neither of the executives, 0 report of damage The

however, offered any denial Now It's ceasefire ended 13 hours afterit -- -
that Florida Tile is consider was announced.

ing the major expansion of Its f A spokesman for the, Greek
facilities at a new location. I InstantFoxholes
Cypriot government expressed
The firm's production facilities -
and warehouses are now ] I surprise at the I.U.K. report of ,
located Just west of Lake the mortar fireJU' said as farr I

Wire and north of the Atlantic Sweet Sixteen Off I ; he knew, the cease-fire stil \
Coast Line Railroad. COLUMBUS,_GsAPThe. : was supposed to J'-in effect
One Informed source in the . Army,ias come up with s s ,
.," ''cltv.'aaid that Fluid Tile baa e.-' '''''tf ?*'if Utfi H.tfi<..'. PoT G.,:iein tkM .5, from.,. succMifut'' device destined ti, Patrol FlreYoiiThe
o a "long-range' 'program that -'Y., Mesa ..\fi .fint .l fly. *.). High ft in fIw JitferrarIrpbiM gladden the heart 'of every In U.N. command reports
calls for a $10 million production . *. TW kit. .ch*.! (..'.. *.."'t <.."."f tfriv* Mf y'IC.H. fantryman-an 'Instant foxhole. that a Canadian patrol of the
facility which will make .. father k. the firm one of the largest WItto,....., past, a soldier needed a pick, fire at the Turkish village of Af-
ceramic tile manufacturers in --- shovel, stamina and sometimesa hlrda, in the southern foothills of --j\-i\
the United States. prayer And there were reports the Kyrenla! range Presumabl; "r _
Florida Tile's 400 employes that some GIs and Marines the fire came from Greek Cypriot it t"rr +rw aK 4a c
are "aware" of the company's In a hurry dug sufficient holes positions along the crest of
expansion plans, The Ledger with their bare hands.A .the range near St. Hl1arlon.I .
learned. team from the U.S. Combat I Both the U.N. command an I
While President Sikes said RACE FOR Development Command's Infan- the Turkish Cypriots had looked Detention Camp In Laos
that officially he could not try agency put the new development with skepticism on the cealle-
disclose any information about on display Wednesday at fire, which was announced nftei tWrallif/ MUftrt4 their ,."'W.. ,rake the bee .( IMnf /In ...."..hllt d..t.lltCI"' .t
plans or location of the new Ft. Bennin,. the U.N. command and Secre the Irport aces Vltntlciu' Lees, whets 'h.,'.* kit* lope dace' ClII.M. Mutiwllit f.*.ntmntk
plant, he did say: Governor Rivals Soldier Can Rest ary-General U Thant put strong ..4 by Seveane. Phoum*. Th. ..mp was further crowded oorly this wk with the .,rlva' ol

More Employes Seen pressure on the Greek Cypriots ",...... front PUIn del Jerrei, scene .> new ..." "..k ., lifhtlnf. (AP Wirepheto via, ..",. fromTekye
The result may make it possible '
o their five-day-old operaon -
"We do plan to double our for a soldier to pick up a against Turkish Cypriots )
production capacity over the one-pound foxhole digger from
the main
next three years, and In the Sharpen Blasts the supply sergeant and take a from ontrolllng Nicosia to the Port highway of Ky-

not pect too to have distant a substantial future we ex-increase rest for him.while the things digs a hole rents on the north coast. u S. Again Asks Britain

in the number of our By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIncreasingly 0 a week in one third of the state's What's more, says the Army, I, Plan Revealed I

employes. sharp' Jabs'counties, he aaid. the hole can be dug in the hard- I Thant also unveiled a new

He added would that Involve any future'theGreater among the candidates for governor Mayor Hiydon Burns of Jacksonville est. rockiest ground. peace plan to the Security Coun- Revise Cuba Trade PolicyWASHINGTON
expansion marked the campaigning : advocated using retired The foxhole digger comes In ,cll.I .

Lakeland area, commenting
today as the time left to win persons in the state's drive for two parts-the first part for I UN. soldiers disarmed a
: Lakeland people first primary votes dwindled to new industry. On the lower East blasting a small hole two InchesIn group of Cypriot battlers (AP) Top Butler has been In Washington has been working to build i
and"We are want to ray in the .four days Coast, he said that retired persona diameter and several Inches Wednesday night for the first U.S. officials are understood to for a conference of the Central around Cuba.
Lakeland we area and in Polk Half the six Democrats engaged would be available to help deep. This is known as a pilot time since the peace force became hive urged anew in private Treaty Organization which Butler Is believed to have
Count ." In a verbal exchange persuade firms to move to Florida hole.The operational March 27. talks here this week that Britain ended Wednesday He la goingon been told, as U.S. officials have
Florida) Tile presently Is Wednesday night as the other whether the firms were in second part of the deviceis I A Swedish contingent seized revise its policy of trade with to Japan and the Philippines' recently said publicly, that the
three continued to seek support Chicago, Detroit or New York. placed In the pilot hole, a primer -,weapons from a party of Greek Cuba and support the U.S. effort -for talks seeking some way to denial of Important Industrial
(Turn to Page (. Column 4) and virtually Ignored the com Burns also said that he as governor Is set, and the soldier gets,Cypriots: who apparently had to deny vitally needed Industrial avoid a serious crisis between and transportation supplies to
petition. would seek review of the out of the way for about 30 sec- fired on the Swedish troops in and transportation Indonesia and British-backed Castro Is the only effective

Post OfficeTo Dickinson Fires Back (Turn to Page 9, Column 6) (Turn to Page 6, Column 6) ithe mixed Greek-Turkish villageof equipment to the Castro government Malaysia over territorial claims weapon presently available to
- -- Timl, near the western P9rt'of pressed by Indonesia. the United States for countering
Former Sen. Fred O. Dlckln Paphoa. of Slate Dean Rusk Butler Is understood to be Castro's attempts to spread
IOn of West Palm Beach, Sen A UN. spokesman said the Secretary In the Western
the Britain communism
Begin Boone Meets More has held a series of discussionson pleased by support
John Mathews of Jacksonville I Swedes were attacked when they world problems with British has received from the UnitedState Hemisphere through propaganda
NewSchedu/e I and Rep. Fred Karl of VoluslaCounty attempted to halt a gun battle Foreign Secretary R, A. Butler. In its efforts to pre.erve'' and subversion
exchanged verbal punch between Greek and Turkish
President Johnson had a conference the territorial Integrity of Ma- The British counterargumentto
es. Mostly It was Dickinson firing T Teachers DeniesPressure' Cypriots. The Swedes fired 45 with Butler Wednesday. laysia. the U.S. boycott policy to that
Lakeland's Post Office, back at the other two. rounds before halting the fight, Officials have confirmed that Top U.S. officials by contrast the boycott Is not really effec-
keeping in step with post offices He said that Mathews might the spokesman said. Cuban Issues were raised in the are known to be displeased by tive, that the United State
across the nation will go face trouble because of his "vot- There were no reports of any Rusk-Butler talks The White Britain's Cuban trade policy'trades with various Communist

on a new schedule May 4, as ing for the auto tag increase Charge asuslties. House only said that the foreign which they regard as a break countries Including the Soviet
ordered by Postmaster General and the retention of retail milk barrier of economic and that Britain tradItionally
Amnesty Urged secretary and the President dis- ing of the Union,
John A. Gronouski. The new price fixing"And cussed matters of mutual interest isolation from nonCommunisttrade trades with all countries
Dickinson accused Karl Thant called on Cyprus' Greek
schedule is an economy move Session Held Soys Article which the United States regardless of political consider
his views Cypriot president, Archbishop
said to be in keeping with the misrepresenting on ations.Britain.
Interstate 85 highway con-true- At Kathleen 'Ho If. Makarios, and its Turkish Cypriot -
economy program of President vice Fazil Kuch- made a deal with the ;
lion He said Karl had suggested president
Johnson. he didn't want to extend the: County School Superintendent Superintendent uk, to renounce without delay New College Survey Castro government last January i
Lakeland's postmaster, road when actually he did. : Shelley S. Boone held to sell Cuba 450 buses and spare
George P. Brantley Jr. announced Karl in an answering telegram separate meetings yesterdaywith day lashed back at an articleIn (Turn to Page 8, Column 7)l"alCe parts at a total coat in excessof 'I

the following changesin told Dickinson that he the elementary and high yesterday's Ledger, which, aanaawsvr Until JuneBARTOW $12 million. France followed
schedule: was glad the West Palm: Beach School teacher of the Kath- Boone said, was "Attributedto Delayed with a deal to sell trucks, to
1. There will be no down candidate wanted to be on record leen area. half truths and distortionof Castro. The United States pro

town or residential Wednesdays delivery except of. in support of its early com The Ledger was informedthat call.an" anonymous telephone School Superintendent of the first survey committee, I tested against both sales.
post on
Boone to meet this
in those areas served by pletion. was Boone, referring to a state- Shelley S. Boone hai which unanimously recommended -
afternoon with teachers in the
rural mounted city delivery Comic Strip Hit ment from an unidentified \been advised It will be "after' Winter Haven's golf
or Bartow area schools. Winter Haven teacher who ac the middle of June" before anew course as the site for the college Castro Promises
letter carriers.window services Mathews said that Dickinson's"comic Several teachers in the Kathleen cused him;; f conducting campaign survey can be scheduled ,
2. Saturday strip advertising makes area called this newspaper Amusements ......,.. 28 for
curtailed. No meetings among teachers for three potential sites A new survey Is to be madeof
will be
Florida the laughing stock of the
savings metes' to report yesterday'smeetings during school hours, said, Business News ... 9 the new Polk junior college a site at Eaton Park, one Fight Against
orders, postal nation. He said he was school
settings, inquiries, claims box: alarmed "to see how a serious with the "it seems reasonable that Bridge 0 .-........ ..... 11 In a letter to Boone, Charles at Auburndale and the Bartow
superintendent They asked newsmen should either identify school Air Base where the college
rent or collections or advance I 1 matter like the selection of a that their identities not be disclosed the Crossword Puzzle .. 29 Chick, coordinator of Recon FlightsHAVANA
find out
person or will set -
for the state department up temporary quarters
deposits will be transacted 01 I 1 governor for a great state ls "for obvious reasons." true facts before contributing Comics ................ 28-29 surveys division when It next September
of education's opens
Saturday. No money ordei' treated at the mental level of Boone Is reelection such (AP-Prime Minister
seeking .
to a flagrant violationof Classified 34-33 said he will -
.r.r..rr of junior colleges,
I 1
business on rural routes but children. as head of the county's school fair and Impartial report- Deaths ....rr..rr.N.rrr.rr 6 advise Boone when sufficient All of the three sites were Fidel Castro said Wednesday
be conducted on Saturday l Mayor Robert King High of in next Tuesday's primary Ing. night Cuba will try to
other normal service will h!,i Miami, meanwhile continued to system balloting. He Is being "For the record," Boone Dear Abby........?... 29 personnel for a new. survey rejected committee.by the first survey U.S. reconnaissance flights prevent

carried out seek support on his promise to opposed by Bill Read, former said, "I have attended meet- Editorials ..rr..rr....... 4 can be new assembled.The survey, requested Dr James Wattenbarger, over this Island "to the limitsof
3. No "after hours" windov!!, advocate a 11.23 per hour mini supervising principal of the ings with. teacher groups Fulton Lewis .......... 5 by the school board last month head of the SDE's division of what our weapons can do."

service will be provided many I i imum wage for workers. He Kathleen area schools and the labor unions, church groups Horoscope .............rr. 28 will be the second such study junior colleges and a memberof But in remarks to diplomatsand

day of the week said there where were workers many parts receiver of present principal at the Winston civic groups and others-when Television ................ 29 Approval by survey team la the first survey committee newsmen attending a Japanese
Brantley said all postal patrons the state School.As I was requested to attend diplomatic reception he
needed before a site Is eligiblefor has stated rejections of the
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are urged to do the low wages because they are notr reported in yesterday'sLedger these meetings. I feel a keen Sports state funds for construc first recommendation does not did not specify if that means
postal business Monda; engaged in interstate commercei : Boone has flatly denied obligation to respond to such Weather Map .... ... 10 rule out the possibility of later Cuba will use Soviet rockets to
through Friday as much a: and not covered by the federal that any political Impli- requests, and expect to con- Women .. 1I-1M6-17 tion.School board, by vote of 3-2 accepting the golf course as try to bring down V.S..12
because of the altereschedule. +1 I minimum wage.
Family income la leu than J50: : (Turn to Page 6, Column 5) (Turn to Page 6, Column 4) rejected recommendation the permanent site planes.

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General Says Quake Halted Radar!, IvT: .,:y 4, fi, '!Not With Happy LBJLOS

TOKYO (AP-Cen John K(the North American Defense,failure during the Alaska earth normally
* Gerhart, commander In chief' of'Command, said today t power I quake last month knocked a, erhart said generators at I ANGELES (AP) Sen.
-:se-Yen.minut. hole In America's the warning Installation at ,:.i.. b,, : [Barry Goldwater, In a hurried
Rx Rx-Rx RRxRxR Rx Rx R -R'x R :radar warning system against,Clear, Alaska broke down but : (campaign stopover before flying
surprise attack power was swiftly restored.Gerhart' to Washington. D.C.. lays (h
i disclosure to news. Wt cranked! up and model> feels the United States Is truly
men contradicted a Defense De- the necessary repairs he 311 E. Crawford St .Phone 686.2101h announcement shortly,, The general who Is comptet LI and against poverty. And he
Rx RX after the quake that the warn.I"* a tour of US bases In Asia) adds he doesn't like the John
I ,land the Paclficthere werel)
. Ing system across North Amer ton administration's handling of
RX .... ... 1M so.. a..e.IxAl" RX lea had continued to functlOl\'no'| plans' to construct "back up" either battle. -
' Rx ASPIRIN 2 for lOc TISSUE Only 79c -- 'installations In the warning net. The Arizona Republican said
Rx -. I To duplicate the massive expensive Wednesday the United States
R II.... A..ol II.... I.it. s. installation. at Clear) faces "slow defeat" in South.
J X SHAVE CREAM HAIR SPRAT RX would serve no useful purpose. east Asia unless a more
Rx R.g. 98c '- 2 fer 99c Reg. 1.50 2 for 1.51 Rx KlNGSWOODStAtl he said. h grestlve strategy Is employed ag.
1 Gerhart said the Soviets appear -
to the
Rx Reuel'. P.r.vit. end L.di.s' to have some antimissile! of
& Miev.le 1 M'j.j. Brushes Rx missiles but there Is no Indication -| Communist supplies and the
.,. 4.95 1 fM ".96 Rog. 1.00 1 roe 1.01 ' destruction of rice and opium
RxR. massive is
J R a program under -
crops In North Viet Nam.
REXALL'S GREAT 1 CENT SALE way to produce them He t
r Rx R: said he hoped there would be a War On Poverty Hit
NO LIMIT 011I ASOYITIM.. 0 110M STAMPS {decision on manufacture of II,S. As for the President's war on
Rx A'.IL lOtto MAY I". R X antimissile( missiles by the first I (poverty Goldwater called it a
RX Rx RX RX RX RX RX R RrrJr' I'of next year and that this gap j! Santa Claus of the governmenthandout"
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Vietnamese cities
"It could mean messing up
) */ & some roads, hitting some depots
t Moved. to and stopping some ship.
2 : .dy e ) 199qit ucwfmbNO ; . ping," Goldwater added. "'11I1sI
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interdicting the supply rout
from Red China, Laos, and
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I Goldwater said North Viet
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LAKELAND LEDGER Tnursday! April 30. tit II

I Another Russian Moonshot FlopsBy II


JOHN W. FINNEY closely than it has in the past. Newell NASA associate administrator ally to confirm these press re

WASSHINGTONs Because of the secrecy polIcy : for space sciences ports. Actually, according to
on Union failed again within the the space agency has and applications, tried to make informed sources, the reportof .J, ,
ed past week in a lautich- been constrained from pointIng this point earlier this week to 15 to 20 failures is on the
"g ln space out to the congress and the House subcommittee by low side.
> apparently aimed at the
he H moon, space officials to the world at large that the pointing out that "it is reported To the discomfiture of space .\ /
,ilv H have disclosed.agency Soviet Union has been hav that the Soviet Union officials the secrecy also Is i
'm Bj The failure, one in a long ing far more difficulty with has failed In from 15 to 20 obscuring the fact that the Soviet
I he Its lunar and consecutive lunar and
string of unsuccesful lunar and planetary launch. planetary Union is mounting far
U1; planetary space launching by ings than the U.S. with its mission attempts since more Intensive effort than the j\
0 internationally publicized fail Lunik III photographed the U.S. for scientific
the Soviet Union since 1959, explorationof
occurred within minutes after ures. back side of the moon In 1959. the moon and the nearby '. aq$

Ia BBJ the rocket had left Its launching _. Indirectly--. -, --Dr Homer- - E Dr. Newell. declined. person.. planets. _
-- ------- ---- ----- -- -- --
PS, pad near the Aral Sea. ...
I'". m The failure was detected by t S.
g radars maintained by the U.S. iiii ,
a; Air Force in Turkey for mon- 'I
of itoring Soviet missile and SHOE CLEARANCE .
II space activities. A large new .t ,T.E3ROTHERS
m tracking radar has recently'been I
placed into operation ..tDiyarbeklr
Turkey as part THIS WEEK ONLY!
,n of this once secret spacetrack
a system. I
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r I
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I Another Russian Moonshot FlopsBy Ii

JOHN W. FINNEYWASHINGTON closely than it has in the a
past Newell NASA associate administrator ally to confirm these press reports -
@)f,1iI llorlt Qlaue Because of the secrecy policy for space sciencesand Actually, according to
-The Soviet
Union failed again within the the space agency has applications, tried to make informed sources, the reportof d. \ '
past week in a launch. been constrained from pointIng this point earlier this week to 15 to 20 failures Is on the .
ing apparently aimed space at the out to the congress and the House subcommittee by low side.To .
moon, space officials to the world at large that the pointing out that "it is reported the discomfiture of space 1
have disclosed.agency Soviet union has been hay that the Soviet Union officials, the secrecy also is I
The failure, one In a long log far more difficulty with has failed in from IS to :20 obscuring the fact that the Soviet
its lunar and planetary launch- consecutive lunar and planetary Union Is far
string of unsuccesful lunar and mounting a
planetary space launchings by ings than the US with its mission attempts since more Intensive effort than the di I ,
the Soviet Union since 1959, internationally publicized failures Lunik III photographed the U,S. for scientific explorationof
back side of the moon In 1959
the moon and the
occurred within minutes after nearby
the rocket had left its launch. Indirectly__, h,_ __Dr___Homer_ ___E_ ___ Dr .Newell. _declined_ _person_ -planets._ h __. __ j
ing pad near the Aral Sea
The failure was detected by I
radars maintained by the U.s. 11i.iVL/
Air Force in Turkey for monItoring
Soviet missile and SHOE CLEARANCETHIS
pace activities. A large new
tracking radar has recently
been placed into operation at
Diyarbeklr, Turkey, as part WEEK ONLY!
of system.this once secret spacetrack ; 1 a

Officially, the governmentwas BROTHERS oi'WL
not confirming the detested
failure, which has not
been announced by the Soviet FLATS '
Union The Defense Department ALL DATE BOOKWhiteBoneRedYellowBlockBrown
said any comment would
have to come from the Na \:\ \ tit -
tional Aeronautics and Space )
Administration The NASA i
public Information office said i /9T.44i.E' ) 1 r
it had not received any reports %v
from the Defense Department
on any recent Soviet , j. a
failures. ,
Compiles With Policy

The position being taken by / '
the two agencies was in com i',
pliance with a policy laid down '
early in the administration k
Kennedy /i5 r ..t I rS
requiring strict secrecy ; r
about the surveillance of Soviet \.
\ T'5
space launchings The LOAFERS
reason for the secrecy has become I SADDLESBlack
somewhat obscure since I
the administration has publicized
or Brown White & Black
the existence and capabilities
of the spacetrack system -
and it U no longer any ,/ ,
secret that the U.S. can detect r
Soviet missiles shortly after ytT
they leave the launching pad i
and monitor Soviet payloadsin w

Within orbit the government thereis I
agitation in certain quarters -
to relax the secrecy and '
announce the Soviet failures f
One of the proponents of the $500 I ? /
relaxation Is the space agency I
which Is finding Itself politically I I
embarrassed by the
The space agency Is currently
under congressional investigation .
for the repeated
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that are supposed to I l
photograph the moon as a preliminary I I I II
to a manned expedi I rS. a 2 I

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Senate MiscroscopeBy

I To Know And To ActLakeland ARTHUR KROCK son compulsions of the leglsla-

Jfrtotyira limes:

parents would do well to the group or individual that resists WASHINGTON As the This is the section: which
Senate proceeds with the Intensive sanctions racial selection of
support the movement now afoot to<< any control whatever. Somewhere in analysis of the equal patrons by the proprietors of

clean out the "hard core" pornographyfrom between Is the person envisioned by rights bill that was rushed boarding.houses who live on
the Supreme Court, the "average citi through the House, the bene- the premise and have less
the newsstands and book racksof zen." He watches and listens in be- fits to the than five rooms to let. if

the 4. , ,,, ra public inter- the accommodations for patrons
city .
what the ,
wild..ment, not quite sure do not exceed four
est of this examination ,, 4tamp
Bill Shilling has pointed out, in his battle i i. all about, or which side is are rooms the owner Is absolved

series of in-depth articles In The winning. becomingmore from compliance. This quan-

Ledger, that obscene literature Enlightened persons and organizations and tative "standard of "discrimi-
rN nation, moreover is a meat-
more apparent
magazines, papers, books and photos take a positive approach. They Ilr Althoughit ure which makes no defmi-

are apt to find their way into a rule out extra-legal "raids" and black has been tion of the term, and leaves

community that Is not watchful. Con. lists, and try to interest parents in several days that to the "ad hoc" determination -

versely, the city or town is much bet. what' their youngsters are reading. H since Senator hrc bureaucracy of a vast Is embodied new federal in

ter off when its citizenry is organizedto ; the DemoKROCK: what Aiken himself gave the

know and to, Initiate proper, law THE REASONABLE PARENT or e cratic floor name of the "Mrs Murphy"

ful action. police officer, we have found, wants to leader of the legislation pronounced clause. And this, as Humph-

take the smut ,off the stands and out :t that the Southern rey with forethought of his
oratorical blockade I had own Minnesota constituency
WHAT IS the difference between of reach of any who would be harmed. stii h Itj._, _+ ? IUt reached the status of "fili reminded Aiken, Is also for

an unlawful work of obscenity, and a Reasonable persons would accomplishthis buster" & word with a bad the benefit of "Mrs. Olson

book of "erotic realism" which passes within the framework of law name one of the most constructive If not been for the

legal muster? The Supreme Court, in (Some, unfortunately, would go far made thus analyses far was of delivered the bill, Senate politically-prudent rules, the paradoxesof discrimination .

Its 1957 Roth decision, found that any beyond the law and attack books whichare by a Northern supporter of that have been woven

work is illegal if, taken as a whole, Its merely in bad taste and not legally its professed principle of invoking into the text of the House bill

dominant theme is one that "appealsto obscene). The Supreme Court decisionis ; ,. ; federal compulsions would not stand clearly exposed

the prurient interest. Comparing flexible. It protects a work of seri against racial discrimination. to the verdict of public
Senator Aiken Republicanof opinion. Aiken would not
such a book or 'article to a realisticone ous literary art, but recognizes the F'l.. 17aIt.i ai :%MC: +1.fttut/ 1 4tiS.Ri Vermont centered on only have had until Monday,

can leave no doubt of the differ point at which liberty ends and abuse : one of the two sections.which weeks after Senate discussion

ence in basic structure James Jones's begins. And no defense is possible of legally exempt the disregardof began, to warn President

"From Here to Eternity" Is a story of writing aimed directly at debasementof (, this principle by very large Johnson and those others who
percentages of the American are publicly\ committed to the
the pre-Pearl Harbor regular army in morals, such as the thinly-disguised people. He put the label of enactment of the House bill
Hawaii. The free use of four-letter procurement ads in a few of the cheap PEOPLE hypocrisy" on the clause in intact that this position, if

words and vivid accounts of immoral pulps which have been offered on the the "Equal Employment Op maintained, "will likely result
portunity" section: that, !in in killing the legislation."
soldier behavior brought frowns from Lakeland newsstands and elsewhere. ,
legalizing discrimination by
the would-be censors. Yet the book, If there is a question, and some Patrick As ChristianEDITOR employers of 25 persons or Without rules which Indisputably

taken as a whole, is a skilful portrayalof guessing must be done, the average Henry less, exempts what he esti- long delay Senate

army life, with all its frustrations, parent prefers to guess on the safe mated to be 75 per cent or 80 voting on legislation a majority .

failures, and boredom. Sex is a pro. side, and who can blame him? For. : We wish that the character of patriot you are per cent of the employers In desires and compels it
this country and "possibly as to resort to clotun :o end de-
portionate part of the story, along tunately, very little guessing need be pseudo historians, philosophers The Ledger'sOpinion in a different situation Our much as 25 per cent" of the termined filibusters, the
and erstwhile political mild and holy system of religion
with drunkenness, brutality, bravery, done if citizens join forces with othersof mentors, such as Don Tlmm PageThis inculcates an admirable total work force The senator American people would not
and death. The thrill-seeker wouldn't like mind to concentrate on that would take the trouble and the maxim of forebearance. If did not give an estimateof be aware of still another

read it; he would be bored. smut which is, beyond question, ob time to diligently study the editorial pep .H.f* your enemy smite one cheek, the number of those own grave issue raised by the
the political history of this coun- the n.wip.,.,'i ... pintom turn the other to him" ers of certain public accommodation House bill. That is (a)
scene and contrary to law. Thereis try before they make public 05 "' .".,. .* tvrrcnt Inttrtil It is not inconceivable to facilities who caa Whether the hard-won Anglo-
THERE ARE EXTREMISTS on enough of the really bad stuff aroundto utterances on issues of Importance In the tditortol .* "", ". It us that modern day biographers legally discriminate under Saxon privilege of trial by
both sides. Conservative church Individual' We also wish that wdcomti 'Ik* .plniRt *f of Patrick the terms of the House Equal jury should be denied to citi-
occupy group, Henry might
".eI.,. In the V.k. .> the in
Bill\ But. found
Rights percentages lens in criminal
groups seek rigid control not only without engaging in quarrels over you, as Editor, would be more fopl Column. Lttrt mutt end the quote there but let and con.
discriminating i In choosing b. lif n,d ."eI fc,.r the writer us pursue the whole: of citizens Inci- tempt by the very Judges
through laws but through publicationof whether "Playbpy" is too naughty to this second
those letters you publish so '. .eloI.lI. lay HCHIM will dentally voters who have made the findingin
"blacklists." At the other pole is be sold. that Ignorance and confusion .. wilhktld ups r.4..til. A "But you must stop there. group also far outnumbersthose enforcing compulsions of
is not compounded.Mr. Itlltr ihtuld not ....eI 250 You cannot apply this to your who fall within the a revolutionary change in the
wordi, .d *.n. c.nnotid 1s country As members of a American social structure
Tlmm extended himself .. Tile Ltdgtr r*.,,... social community this maxim And b Whether the
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obviously beyond his the right la moat| .,r I Ulttrr does not apply to you. When privilege
exalt them as a nation. Read. of trial by Jury in these
\.h.rtit. Opinion .fcclvmnliN
knowledge and understanding. you consider injuries done to
his end .ttitrikvtan .. .... err!, whosoever thou art, remember circumstances is to be with-
I Griffin For Senator I refer to statement in to your country, your political
.., this and in held when
day's (Sunday's) Ledger, in *l> wk r. duty tells you of vengeance. ; thy the Judge limits
shit p.p.otherwise sphere practice virtue thyself, the sentence to that Imposedon
which he says; "I take Issue Forgive. a private man, but "
and it in others,
The Florida senate seat being vacated with an amazing energy, in church and with the statement that this never forgive public Injuries. encourage petty offenders.
country was founded on Chris Observations of this nature are The legacy t4 a people That Issue would not have
by Scott Kelly is one of the most civic endeavors, and in efforts to im
tianity I would only ask him, I Impart a false exceedingly unpleasant, but it "contrary In character" and been projected into the public
I important offices to be decided in the prove the quality of Florida schools, of what faith were the Sepa Image of this; country's glorious is my duty to use them" now apparently ."miserable" consciousness if the Senate
May 5 Democratic primary In Polk from the elementary grades through ratists and Puritans, or were and tempestuous beginning from one who was among the rules had permitted the,

County. (In some ways, the state senator graduate schools. His legislative rec. they as he implies without any NOT TO BELABOR our greatest Christian American measure to have been rammed -
belief ie, atheists? Further, Patriots through that body as it
is important THOSE WHO ARE familiar point b' in the Interest of
ord is of
a more one intelligent and kvel-
he states, "Our founding fathers with extent of Henry Chris- putting more of this great MRS. WILLIAM P. LOGAN was through the House. The
official to headed leadership. We commend Ben were not all Christian, as tian devotion can readily see Christian Patriot's words down bipartisan Senate leadership
the home-county Hill Griffin to Polk County voters as witness . ," and then he how much he placed Christian for your readers we take the EDITOR Many will vote in would not have been compels

people than the a man qualified to serve as a very ef. names Paine, Franklin, Jefferson principles above any Ideas he following from Patrick Henry'lfinal Florida for the first time. ed to offer to modify the absolute -
Hamilton, Madison Pat- might have had of the proper message to his familyand Many are confused as to who denial of trial by juryto
governor.) Certainly fective state senator rick Henry and Sam Adams function of government. While the American people would make the best public any person adjudged inS
it (s a mat We do not choose to pursue he might be described as one "This Is all\ of the inheritanceI servant. What should be the criminal contempt of courton
ter of elementary the religious convictions of all socially at ease, although he can give to my dear family qualifications and achieve a charge of violating a
wisdom that the How Come? these gentlemen. But we do was a staunch personal abstainer The religion of Christ can ments of high state aspirantsin law which makes no clear
challenge the accusation of there was a distinct give them one which will your estimation? definition of illegal bias. And
voters choose a "anti-Christian or NonChristion" difference in his attitudes' make them rich indeed"To Does popularity, conform there would have been much

man who has the The use of chefs, waiters, tablewareand being applied'lo one of when they were concernedwith the American people on ing to contemporaries, "all less impact in the following
experience and pots and from the U S. Sen the most maligned" of our public duty. This very the back of a copy of the things to all people" persuadethe counsel to the President by
pans "founding fathers, Patrick
subtle difference is apparentin Stamp Act Resolution left voter? Aiken, a supporter of the
proven stature to ate restaurant for the grand openingof Henry. the following viewpoint expressed with his will: "Whether this 'Or should a candidate prove professed ,principle of the
serve all of Polk Bobby Baker's motel in Ocean City, Perhaps it is not fair to hold by him: (Stamp Act Resolution) will himself morally? Roads, parks measure,

County in the leg. Md., may not amount to a major scan. either you, or Mr Tlmm accountable "I know sir, how well it becomes prove a blessing or a curse, and physical advantages area "The time has come for
islative halls. dal but it raises for this glaring example a liberal man and a will depend upon the use our blessing to the community him (Johnson) to confer with
new questionsthat
some of Ignorance. Rather, Christian to forget and for people make of the blessing But does the office seeker the leadership of both par-
The Ledgerfeels IT* need to be answered.The we should probably place the give. As individuals professing which a gracious God hath take a firm stand against InJustice ties and ,make such corrections -
that Ben Hill first one is why no member of responsibility squarely whereit a holy religion it is our bestowed upon us If they are to the elderly or crusade in the bill as will elimInate -
Griffin is such a the Senate or the House who attendedthe belongs, in the laps of those bounden duty to forgive InJuries wise, they will be great and against evil enticing discrimination and wipe
"revisionists and distorters of done us as Individuals. happy If they are contrary in youth? Does he decide Issueson out the political
i man, and we believe party was curious enough to ask, history" who have had full But when to the character of character they will be miserable personal advantage? and tinges of hypocrisy implications whichit

that a brief "How come?" rein to rewrite, omit and a Christian you add the Righteousness alone call EAGER TO KNOW now contains."

review. of the rec. It remained for Senator John Williams .

ora win n. offer convincing --------- --- (Rep, Del.) to ask, the questionon

evidenceof the Senate floor the other day. Otherwise .

his ability and GRIFFIN this incident, which appears on Needed : A Reason For Getting UDBy I

Integrity. its 'face to have been another bit of
Mr. Griffin, who served four termsin ,chiseling on Baker's part, might ,have RUSSELL BAKER some years ago in Newark, this makes sure you get up." row morning" a man may husband refuse to

the Florida Legislature, is a well- gone unnoticed. Jfrfa lork tTim.fWASHINGTONThe: N.J. A normal undynamlc The point here, obviously, is tell his wife. In most families get up again may until his ever wife

to-do man with substantial citrus and Every member of Congress who was American young man named Arthur, who that waking with a sense of there will probably be a blank gives him an Important reason

cattle holdings, and business interests. present at the affair certainly recognized alarm clock industry Is dreamed of someday becomIng mission will help sleep lovers exchange of stares. The wife for it And if she tells him the
circulating a long treatise on president of his companythis will\ want to "the
That, in itself, would qualify him for the waiters as being regular em. sleep It contains ridiculous ( was before young men to get past that awful moment tant reason for say getting impor up Is truth about the mortgage

nothing but it should be noted that ployes in the Senate restaurant. Many advice on how to take the lowered their goals to vice before the mirror when Intimations to get out and make the mortgage the money-they marriage may counselor's both end at

Mr Griffin offered himself for public have been employed there longer than agony out of presidencies), got up at the of mortality crowd in money," The alarm-clock people

service after he had no need for any most senators have held office. Maybe getting up. first sound ot the alarm 'one Taking out the garbage and A smart wife will not say should forego the advice and
For example: wintry morning and sprang to lighting the stove, however, this. She knows it will start
selt-seeking in business. In other members thought they were employed concentrate on producing the
"The average his bathroom mirror. will not do the trick. that old roundelay which begins
alarm clock. It
words, he is who now has the during their off-hours. sleeper Most men who wake "Is
a man goes There, with his normal waking up that all I have to live should flood the room with
time, the inclination, and the business But if that was not enough to alert through thr e e illusions still dormant he thinking, "I must rise and take for?" It will\ occur to the hus sunshine collected from a

experience to serve Polk County full their curiosity, then'senators must have, steps in wakingup suddenly glimpsed himself as out the garbage" What la band that perhaps there Is no- childhood morning June and
needed :ls
: (I) The a truly importantreason Important
period he was-sallow, reason why he' give off the
table unprepossessing of
time, if need be. overlooked the markings on the for scent honey-
of awaken- watery-eyed slowwitted getting up, and here should get up tomorrow He suckle.In .
Aside from pursuing his citrus, settings that usually carry the Senate ing when the about business In a fearful is the rub. may brood. He may open a a no-nonsense feminine

phosphate, cattle; and banking inter restaurant mark and are distinctively alarm rings; flash of the truth he saw quite .t.11iE bottle of gin. voice, it should evoke a zest
(2) The period-- TIME to decide oft an
ests, Mr. Griffin has busied himself, styled.LAKELAND clearly that the presidency to to grab life by a kg and pishtush -
relapse when important reason for IN .
getting ANY
BAKER which he aspired would go to CASE there has all those gloomy suspicions -
the sleeper the boss's nephew and that he up is just before retiring at been raised a question between that a foot put out of
plays possum with himself, night. "I need an Important them that
would be retired at the age of should remain unasked bed is merely a foot set on a
and (3) The period of reawakening 70 with a platform rocker. reason for getting UP' tomor- In extreme cases the treadmill I
when the sleeper wakes

LEDGER himself up all over again , ARTHUR WENT BACK'to

the second period ls the trap bed and took up reading the Potomac FeverBy
-and one to avoid, by gettingup classics Relatives took him In,
GA"ON'" '''AT) cowls tar at the first sound of the
ru.1 MM
I Imperial I I Polk County 111 hMi..4...: .eiMa,LIq....UT NAMM"U'"UM J".. alarm JACK WILSON
.' A_.... I.,hn .Oa POWUL. Many people of course can Julius Nyerere has the
i' ......
World's 0' CH""U' presidency of the United
Citrus Center Republic of Tan.
NUNT AMilw 5 ."." get up at the first sound of the ;I\f" '' j ganyika and Zanzibar. He let Urtz
SAIL'' .Yr.u1,11.: "M.,1... ......_NN.Y. alarm without bad results, but M J; himin the driver's seat. "
these are not the kind of .
people Civil rights polls how
votes are three to one in favor of, cloture aDd
who really enjoy sleep
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 They snatch it on the run, and he became something of If they ever find out what It Is, a rood many of them may till be for it.
an authority on Italian renaissance *
regarding as a necessary
poetry and a drag on Izvestia says Russian merchants should advertise
Impediment to dynamic living. You can hear them now
SUBSCRIPTION RATU r People who are n ot so luckily the economy Had he not Insisted on Gorky" Ave: "Let's ship it to Siberia and see If anybody throws snowballs
HOMI DIUVUTjOn constituted should take care on hopping out of bed at it. w
at the first sound of the alarm *
y..r . . .. .. .. $2340 One month .... ,. .. $ 193 he might have There's candidate *
the life one who
SiD months . . .. .. $11.70 Wt.k . . . . . ,. $ .43 THESE to the first, upon sound responding of of a normal self-sustaining tax- place on the ticket Say he', got that absolutely of a deal",ill'not at home consider second

Three month 9 S.15 One T*.r, h moll . . $26.00 the alarm, Invariably wind up payer and be retired today kind ,

before the medicine-chest mir with a platform rocker. Chinese Commies rip Into Khrushchev again They aren't impres,.

Published afternoons and on Saturday and ror, swollen-eyed and creaky, The alarm clock Industryalso ed when h. says; "1 like old Chou." Somewhere they've heard even that kind of
Sunday morning by
seeing themselves and their has this advice for difficult talk before.
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 lives with brutal clarity. In waken: "Give yourself an *

bad cases they go back to bed Important job to do soon after The President fV" elaborate Program to end poverty In the hills of
and never leave it again. arising (taking out the garbage palachia. Wouldn't quicker just to Mf in some and cartt
There was a typical case lighting the stove, etc), load of raisins? copper tubing a


uxeea9aesl I LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April 30, II" 1,1., .


Leftists Move Into Abolishing 'Rcinchitos' Major WIN A. . -

Rights Demonstrations Goal Of Venezuela's, LeoniCARACAS

------ (AP-One of Vene and children carry brackish New apartment houses with
By FULTON LEWIS JR. eared a Memorial Tribute to zuelan President Raul Leonf's sewer water to their huts in a rent ranging arouna $20 a
WASHINGTON Veteran W.E.B. DuBois, the Commit- major goals Is to banish the variety of buckets and cans. month are replacing several
I leftists have moved Into posttioni nlst expatriate who died last makeshift shacks which clutter "We have to move little by thousand ranchitos under a $30' i
of leadership in several year. While not all those sponsoring !little but we will eliminate the million project of the Alliancefor
of the more militant Negro the Carnegie Hall program gulleys and hills In Caracas. No ranchitos" leoni has said Progress :
______ __ _____ __
civil rights groups. were Communists, a one knows the exact number of uu - - - - - .
At least four' large number were. Among the eyesore "ranchitos made, ;J 'DRAWING
of those who I them: Gus Hall, James Jack of packing crates, corrugated RE-ELECT '
organized the son, and Ben Davis. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER! JUNE 4thr
I metal or cardboard In this
New Jesse Gray Harlem militant SCHOOL "
Fair otherwise modern city Officials
1 Gray has served as the %
demons campaign manager for con. do know there has been an inbrease -I BOARD
lions of last victed Communist Ben Davis ( since the last count in' STUDENTS-REGISTER TODAY!
week have records in two New York State elec. 1959. Then 50000 ranchitos MEMBER -
of radical
housed 265,000

In actvity Washington.They on file. I He, 1961 was in Identified sworn In Congressional January through Winding the irregular shack persons.neighborhoodsare dirt streets WIN THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME.

are '
Oliver Leeds --1. d testimony as a regional home to sometimes naked Austin T. :
organizer for the Communist
an official ot LEWIS Party dirty children playing In fly- A Free Portoble Typewriter! For school and horn use. Com in today and
covered garbage heaps. WomenAt
early Brooklyn 1950's, Leeds During was active the Called to the witness stand register Junior High, Senior High School, and College Students Only. Look

in the Labor Youth League, Gray denied party membership about 14000 feet. Mt. .. over our large selection of portables. Ideal Graduation Gifti. If you purchasea
found Had he been a Communist Kilimanjaro divides -In a six- Race
an organization by the Jr. and win the of the "Prise Portable",will ba credited.
Attorney General to be Corn at 10 that morning? mile-long saddle. On one side new portable price
munlst-con trolled. Gray refused to answer, cit. Mawenzl rises some 2,000 feet
log the Fifth Amendment. He out of volcanic rubble. From, the
Brooklyn Leeds'voters bid for In Congress 1954 rejected went on to invoke his Constitutional other side thrusts the higher, FOR BETTER SCHOOLS K. T. JONES CO., INC.
guarantees on all snow-covered cone of Kibo
as a candidate for the Ameri other questions dealing with EXPERIENCED DEPENDABLE
can Labor Party. A Con Communism 1:30 AM 3. 5:30 PM OFFICI MACHINESaFURNITUMaSUrPUU
committee had ten MOVED TO
gressional PHONE
years earlier labeled the Bayard Rustln, demonstration 118 W. LEMON ST. VOTE FOil Monday Saturday 401 S. Florida AY.

Brooklyn ALP an adjunct of impresario. A member of GOOD EDUCATION $:00 PM Friday Nit. MU 6.1111TONITE'iit
the Communist Party just the Young Communist League Lanier Upshaw, FOR POLK CO. Lakeland -
during his college Rus-
the Senate Internal years M
as Security
tin left the voo M "*, ..... ky Aw11n T. R.1i lr C.mNI1n runt-.
party's Youth Cintemw Parkin* r m *miSS3
Subcommittee would in 195 . ,
in iiMurt Av fiu. s"",..".. II 4. $4.u.N TrM.
Leeds wrote an article in tI Corps 1941._ __ i
December, 1956, for Party I] '
Voice, an "internal publica I Itlon"
of the New York Communist I
Party In that issue be OPEN 9 P.M. MOTHER'S
argued against dissolution of
the party, a proposal that had DAY IS
been offered by some dissident ( ,

comrades. ,.. OVER 1000 FREE PARKING SPACES MAY 10th
"Let's build a party which '
Americans can appreciate and I 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. -
which will one day leadAmerica
," he urged. "Theythe @nn@.J :
( dissidents) should retain'
their membership In this new ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY"'b
Communist Party . Let f '
e ore
you ;
the rest of us get on with the ,
business at hand and also the ': '

difficult task of eventually .1" spend more . ChargeNow
electing a majority of Communists i &
to seats of political |
authority here in the USAI"I! I I
A year later, on September ,
13, 1957 Leeds wrote a letterto I .
I I'
the editor of the Worker, Pay
; _
assailing as a "right-wing op t compare ,,1
portunist" a Communist func Later,!
tionary who had quit the ,
Party. I
The Rev Milton Galamlson, nr
Brooklyn minister Galamison ) Penney's ;
in 1950 endorsed the Commu '
nlst-.ponsored World Peace
Appeal in 1953 was affiliated r t' l l1e
with the Emergency Civil Liberties -
Committee, an outfit labeled AdonnaG
by two Congressional / ( 'r
committees front. He has as more a Communist recently i () >

written for Freedomways, a '
Communist publication aimedat 9898
Negroes, and addressed a .,r d t 1 Jy
meeting of the Progressive I 3
Youth Organizing Committee: n' ill :
IiI \
At the height of the Cuban zU '
I Ili
full half slip
missile crisis Galamison addressed slip .
a "Stop World War. (4// ( ,
III rally" sponsored by Harlem \
leftists and participatedIn
a "Hands Off Cuba" demonstration I
at the United Nations
Earlier this year, he spon- I !
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e Ir1KELAND LEDGER. Thursday, April 50,1981 Trouble
: 1 Boone Kathleen I Scranton Predicts

Judge Hunt Hails Move To Curb Denies TeachersMeet

I For Pennsylvania DemocratsPHILADELPHIA

Sale Of Pornography In Citythe Charges Boonecations (AP) Screnton expressed surprise double that of Richard M. Nix-

tlnue this kind of service tithe are Involved In his'' which on, former vice president and
Gov. William W. at his write-in total,
I citizens of Polk County."It meetings with teachers in the Pennsylvania Sen. Barry Goldwater Arizona
writer went to Barlow to "Really, now, what normal The ordinance providesthat through this medium county. Scranton, taking note of Tue topped a previous state high of Republican The only two dele

discuss obscene pictures and results would we expect from' any such, as business a "news establishment of sharing ideas on public education I His outright denial followed day's primary election in his 183,073 votes recorded by the gates elected by Republicans In

literature with the Jurist, he such a situation? According a charge by, a teacher tithe state, predicts trouble for Democrats late President John F. Kennedyin the state not pledged to Scranton -
stand, book store, drug store, that we have developed* .
was hard at work writing an to some standards, a normal market or mercantile house" mutual understanding and I I Winter Haven schools, following in Pennsylvania ne'lt 1960. .as a favorite son are Gold-

article entitled "What Price result of sexual promiscuity" shall be in violation of the a meeting there, tha November.He The governor said he guessedhis water men.
Freedom _. "pressure" was being used But it was the battle by Miss
? .
would be the expected resultto statute if any questionable ',I said "it Is quite cleat total might reach 40,000; his the Democratic

Behavior Patterns what some think an abnormal literature Is displayed whereit j ' ', on teachers to support Boom the Democratic party "i, broken wife, Mary, guessed (7,000. Blatt against
bid for which attracted the
In his election.
iJ'L re organization
situation."It may be seen by any young .x % \ to pieces" in Pennsylvania( The governor will go to the
Judge Hunt is all too aware : : Kathleen most interest in the state
would from person under the age of IS One of the teachers He added that President Johnson Republican National Conventionin
that the college students follow seem that years.So total who called said: will have "a hard time i i In San Francisco in July with Incumbent Sen. Hugh R.
it wouldbe
such surroundings gained county coopers had
the moral and other patterns abnormal actually, the only request "We feel the same as the his own party" in Pennsylvanl 62 of the state's 64 delegates Scott Republican, no trouble
if the usually accepted tion, which is so vital to r a winning renominttion.
set by older people; standards of sex behavior that the Lakeland CDL Winter Haven teacher 01' next November because of an pledged to him as a favorite W
school system"Asked soundly defeating Henry
will need to make to the city "internecine fight of majcproportions. son.
that the high school boys and were not violated. MacFarland, a fellow Philadel-
about campaign meetIngs "
its .
at meetingon
girls look to the college students "Colleges may claim thatif commission Lodge Second phian, by a margin of almost
enforce the Boone declared "Al /ltJ/id, One
Is ,
18 to Pat'
parents had trained the May ; The governor, at a news conference -
q. . -, -- '''" municipal ordinance whichin meetings Involving teacher Wednesday also repea Second only to 81With
f children properly, such surroundings total was the all but 19 of the state's
/i'nj ib. ; )i would do no more turn is supported by state during the current campa Ian ed that he is not a candidate for Ambassador Scranton"1 1 9,261 precincts reported unoffi
; laws and a decision of the teachers. (That political pret Henry
.- -.'.> .,,*.. : .,- ,:(.,.'Ii'.J ., than produce discussion a purely of academic If- United States Supreme Court. have been conducted on an in sure is being used in conneC' the nomination Republican, despite the write-i who polled almost dally Miss Blatt led Musmanno
sex. Vitational basis than 454.020 to 450,566.
during non tion with the forthcoming His showing was more -
such be the some Difficult Problem vote of more than 220,000 vote
for guidance; and that groupis school hours" election.)" The teacher add
the trend filters down throughthe surely naive maybe it'sthe The most difficult problemin ed -a state record he
parents, but maybe it's is : He said the vote did not Chang Committee To Handle
the entire situation to
school and
Junior high "
the college authorities Attendance Not Compulsory"We his stand "one Iota. I
fine line
define the extremely
to the school.
even grade We will not quote further which separates freedom from Flo. Tile were told that we were Based On TroubleHe Federal School GrantsTALLAHASSEE
On some educational Institutions
Hunt's article
from Judge license. to attend, but to our knowledge based his prediction of
which permit female but it might be in order to From this newspaper's Investigation he was not tQ be heard." troubles In November -
students to visit the roomsof suggest that some civic organizations The teacher wail referringto Democratic (AP) Floi and the State Board of Education -
it would betwee
male students, Judge Hunt in the Greater that obscene, literature appear can To Build Boone.A on the close Court race Justic Ida's share of millions of dollar of which he is a member.
State Supreme
has written: Lakeland area might well be second Kathleen teacher education I The Board of Education would
be banned in Lakeland without Michael A. Musmanno and Genevieve in federal grants to higher -
"There are some parents interested in hearing theJurist's even resorting to legali said, however, that attendanceat Blatt, state secretary of will be In the hands of a make the final plan for submission

who have about reached the full observations on ties. New Plan! the meeting with the school internal affairs, for the Democratic to the U. S. Department of
place where they wonder if sex and obscenity.As It has already been report. superintendent was not com nomination for U.S. Ser special 13-member advisor 1; Health, Education and Welfarefor

a college education is worth far as the Lakeland situation ed that the Lakeland News pulsory. He said that only ate. Miss Blatt is holding a slim committee appointed Wednesda; consideration, Bryant said,

the risk of having their young on obscene literatureIs distributorof third of the Gov Farrls
Co., a principal about one members lead. The outcome will have to by Bryant. Under the federal program
adults placed In a position concerned, there is little magazines and paperback completing an expansion program of the high school faculty await the counting of some 10,. The grants were designed to the federal government provides

where, moral training, imperfect doubt that the Citizens for novels, has cooperated with at its present location members were present at 000 absentee ballots early In for construction of 40 per cent of the construction

though it may have Decent Literature will get the the police department In ev which over a period .of time the session. help pay money for junior colleges and
been, is endangered by rules full cooperation of the city in turning away classrooms, laboratories and U. schools and 33
ery respect has cost more than $l million Asked if there were any technical per
which allow those at the most commission in ridding the material. basics needed In the onslaugh
pornographic The firm has constantly been political overtones involvedat day.Governor's cent for public and private,universities
susceptive age, sexually community of pornographic And it is certainly doubtful expanding since It was foundedin the session with Boone, the of booming school enrollments.Florida' and colleges.
speaking, to spend hours at and stories..
time in bedrooms with the pictures that any retail establishmentIn 1954 by the Sikes brothers teacher said that it was a share during 1964-6 Under the first allocation, a

a Tough Law On Books this community would of and Vice President Jobie Wet "matter of interpretation and Race Rivals was $3.6 million. ceiling of $1.3 million was set
opposite sex
There already Is a fairly fer obscene material pictures or editorial the son with S3,000 in borrowed Viewpoint. Bailey Chairman for junior colleges and technical

tough ordinance on the books against capital. The faculty member it schools and a ceiling of W.8 mil.
residents of
wishes of the Jabs
SURETYBONDED "prohibiting the presence in Greater Lakeland. The company presently has Kathleen said that the present Trade State School Supt. Thomas D'j lion was set for universities and

the City of Lakeland, of illustrated Public opinion Is a powerful about 19 acres, including some Boone Read campaign Bailey was named chairman of colleges

'comic books, magazines force regardless of the nature lakefront, property. Executivesof did enter the picture, explain trimester system of operatlo the advisory committee and 11- Others Named
of the firm have long been that the present school
TERMITE and publications an ing of state universities.
_. obscene nature; prohibitingthe of any Issue .. .. superintendent had referred to Scott Kelly said that some of arson between the commute The other appointees and the

CONTROL t : presence In Laid city of'comic' r charges made by Read of low his opponents were "running on groups they represent:

books, magazines and DESIGN AWARD GIVEN Jl'llt teacher morale under the a me, too" platform. Some ctheir Greeks Renew Board of Control-Chalrman

FREE INSPECTION publications giving Illustrated NEW YORK (AP-The first present administration.He Baya Harrison, St. Petersburg;

'616.5464. accounts of specified crimes; Thomas' Jefferson award by the reported that Boone said G. W Schmidt Jacksonville;

I stating the presumption raised i]National Society of Interior De. aware that in only, a matter that meetings had been held i fgli ,;r' Attack On Chester Whittle, Orlando; and

BURKE TCX-EOl I upon display of prohibiting 'I igners has been awarded to of a short time they will\ be with other teacher groups, including t James L. King Miami Beach.

SYSTEM publications; and provld- I Henry Francis du Pont, chair- "crowded for space" for future Negro educators, and Turk Castle Junior colleges-Fred Kent

106 Vi E. Mom St.ssrss. I ing penalties for violationsof I man of the White House re- expansion. In addition, that the school head had ex- campaign planks lifted Jacksonville; Whit Palmer Jr.,

I its provisions." i I ecoratlon committee. the firm's acreage generally f is pressed concern over the from his program include ClPpo- Ocala; Van Priest, Madison and
-- - --- -- -- considered "too valuable" for four-month-old communal strife
sss. Charge of low teacher morale. sition to the sales tax on grocer J. Carlisle Rogers of Leesburg.

use as Industrial property. First Meeting ies and medicine, repeal-of automobile In his "program of reasonable Private institutions William

Thoroughfare Involved tag Increase and oppc- objectives," Thant urged a gen Maclnnes, Tampa; Joseph Boyd,
I The high school teacher sition to civil rights legislator, eral amnesty, disarming of all
MelbourneDon Shoemaker, Miami
LAKELAND DRUG Florida Tile's present acre said that Boone had asked il said. irregulars, removing fortified ;
Kelly and Dr. A.
age Is also expected to be of the freedom of George Simpson,
the members faculty Beach he sal positions to assure
affected( by the new north- In Daytona Miami.
had any problems that they "ar movement, establishing join
that if the other candidates
south throughway planned by The said the commit.
wanted to discuss. Reportedly, U.N.-Greck-Turkith patrols, re governor
I the State Road Departmentfor going to be my followers they,; iso tee would consult with Dr. J.
further discussion took services to
no suming
Lakeland. While the de. ought to run for the Legislator '
RESTAURANT Broward Culpepper, executive
/ place on the subject lated Turkish villages, recalling
tails of the "center line" of so they could help me with my,; executive director of the Boardof

the arterial roadway have not "The most surprising thing program la 1985"Now Control James L. Wattenbar-
"MOST VNfJSVAV9 released there about the meeting with Mr. ;
been officially ,
,' director division of
Boone the teacher said, "It ger
I. indications that about two ,
604 West Memorial Blvd.NEXT acres of Florida Tile property that it was the first such meetIng It's .lr ,,. .P tf 'Ortj. munity junior of Education colleges\ ;State and William Department .

will be required for the with him In this area in
F. McLaughlin of the UnIversity -
I "
I .
three and one half years
right-of way.
The company's plans for On the other hand, another InstantFoxholes Turkish civil servants to their

SPECIALS THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY I the construction of a new plant Polk County teacher called jobs| with the Greek-dominate Deaths and Funeral
II have been under study for The Ledger this morning in government reintegration Of!

I several years. Actually, all support of Boone's meeting I Greek and Turkish Cypriot MRS AGNES M. BENNETT
1 Day D..loplll' of the and with teachers. He said that members of the police force,
buildings equip-
C 1 Mrs. Agnes M. (Coker) Bennett
rlntt /sic. of 1
IFIL'I 3 for 8 8 f.r ment at the present plant were meetings had been held previously onds while a entering explosion and return of Turkish Cypriot 78, of Highland City, died

Free 11011 .f Film designed and erected or installed between teachers and Jigs the foxhole. refugees to their homes in selected yesterday at a Lakeland nurs
for removal to a school administrator when areas under U.N. protec
easy the The Instant foxhole was developed ing home. She was a native of

new location. there were no politics at issue at the Engineer Research Austin, Texas, and came to
Reg. 79c-100 Toblets (Limit 1)) $1 Sin ( Limit 1)) Shampoo tion.To
In 1954, Florida Tile was the and Development Laboratory, aid in negotiations to Highland City 35 years ago from

I 54th ranking ceramic tile producer Asked If he believed that Ft. Belvoir, Va. achieve these goals, Thant said Wauchula. She was a member of
48' PRELL 68t in the United States. It he would appoint a top-level poitical -
Bayer Aspirin a. . . . . with IS teachers would feel free to The demonstration showed the officer to work with the< the Highland City Baptist
began operations em
speak out in any negative manner device works best in hard, Church.
ployes, and sales during the in meetings with the school rocky, clay-type soil or froze'ground U.N. commander, Lt. Gen Survivors Include two sons, C.

Reg. 45c (limit 2)) Pug Specially priced for "gift giving" $239,000.Initial fiscal year totaled superintendent, the teacher . -. ". was Prem announced.Singh Gyant. No name H. Coker and C. W. Coker, bothof

said: p Highland City; two brothers,
In the past fiscal year, the would ,'2'; iDa'" il Caution Approval Given William Masters of Wauchulaand
30t "I feel free to speak. 'iW "dRHI' ,
Tampax 1f.19 (
firm had tales of than .
Elsie Masters of Hialeah;
afraid of
\ I'm not losing Thant's proposals receive
$5 million. It Is now ranked i -
three grandchildren and three
Job. cautious approval from the Cypriot -
Extra about 7th among national producers : This is because dir greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
4jfJ8r of ceramic tile In the Asked in what school he and Turkish ambassadors tithe <
blasted from soft loam-type soi services will be heldat
DUST PAN taught, however the teacher U.N. but they also set major
United States. Its payroll
said that tends to cave In along the side conditions. 10 a.m. Saturday at the Highland
hesitated and
during the past year was finally and the soldier has to pitch i it Rossides City Baptist Church, with
Zenon ,
Lake- Ambassador
16* more than )17 million\ he was a teacher in the
each land area. out with a shovel. head of the Cyprus delegation the Rev. D. D Townsend officiating

(Limit 1)) CATTLE AUCTIONS Although the device still Is lithe which represents the Greek Cyp Burial will\ be in Oak
Statement PrintedHe It is Hill\ Burial Park. Dukes-Steen
experimental stage, ex riot community said the Turkish

JACKSONVn.LI AP) Unerenli, said that he agreed that peeled to be tested in the field< Cypriots would have to surrender Funeral Home is In charge of

food You'll Remember ft. ; .nil toady la auction to weaker ntarkiU price TuMdar prevailed at A.ndl. .1.- teachers should have full free by troops beginning in Octobei. their constitutional vet< arrangements

LARGE CLUB STEAK and Uv Oak Rerflola at the. dom in calling newspapers The instant foxhole varies: over major legislation. This is
1.,0 marketa too compared 100 .ot
French MM, T..... Sled' .... with any grievances, but that from 20 to 38 inches deep land I the issue that started the fighting MRS. MINNIE BELLE COTTON
Slaughter Claim
.. one-sided about two feet in diameter. Mrs. Minnie Belle Cotton
or Ckolc of 2 Vt, tobl' Cowl pull IS toad.C.1 he objected to any
Al Arcadia 3SODOIbi unfair Turkish Ambassador Erhai mother of Dr Clare M. Cotton
f anVOII. presentations.He .
f : LENEL OFM.ICARESSANT ... ami 118.140 II) calvei Arr.du Eralp said Thant's proposals, former pastor of the First Methodist
$145 # ... food SI 50-23 50 itandan was informed that The
? 000-2500 Haven School could only be achieved through Church of Lakeland, died
Other re* itandard and 1ow-.""" Ledger, In its second edition
laiiihtrr. heirrra al U.e Oak 1715 compulsion by a strengthens yesterday at Bethany Retirement
TAKI OUT SERVICE . yesterday, printed In full a
FOR IATH POWDER 4 SKIN a lATH PtKFUMI 74Rtreri PTA Officersto U.N. force.Kelly Home. She was 92.
PHONE MU 2-9074 Medium"45QH50 Iba mottlt ', statement( by Boone referring
She was a native of Pike County
AT A SPECIAL PRICE! Heller.M-I' 0'MedlumWd0 llw 14 to to the "political pressure" Be InstalledWINTER Missouri, and came to Lakeland
Ice Blue Secret-Reg. 69c nsoIb.c'Wo charge made by the Winter
T>* IMMt 390 to seven years ago from Dade
Jm! medium II 00.2560. Haven teacher. Additionally, CaravanTo
HAVEN Installation City She was a member of
Deodorant 47 Smooth, lilky 5-ounce Bath Powder with gay, POULTRY & EGGS he was Informed that the statement of Westwood Junior Methodist Temple here.
I by Boone would have
will Polk
fluffy puff and 1-drom lenel'i Sensational Skin & been printed in Its entirety in High School PTA officers Tour Other survivors Include a
TAMPA 'API-I.o marks OIl. ta be tonight during the last brother, B. H. Putnam of Punta
(Limit 1)))
Bath Perfume. etailen, . currant ..Ih' and ,rl.. Mro.en The Ledger's first edition, but regular meeting of the school Gorda; two grandchildren and

Qra4. ...t earMn. that this newspaper had been On Saturday three .
year.A great-grrndchildren
Regular 69c ToothpasteCREST..48 WenHt.. "K. unable to contact the school
III. L. .31..41
visitation period for par- Funeral services will be held
... ',
L. at > JJ' superintendent until after the
Regular $4.75 Value .n 3JK: A Scott Kelly for Governor
7:15 o'clock
Medium Sins 1i..j- : .. ents will be from tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
nil leo. mew deadline hour for the first edi
1..i "r OIUona." ...iii> 3-a cent'prlc'ea" and meeting will begin at 8 caravan will! tour Polk Count (t the graveside in Bushnell

I BOTH FOR ONLY $2.50 bl(.her: I :'Io":"iaraTitiaa1ip"a't"7armt ;;!! powltre.plcke.. tion. o'clock. New officers will be Saturday afternoon, visitinj Cemetery, with the Rev Dr J.

.... tee 121' here. 14"Hena.- ... hea 6..irT"f I'b ,,lbi, Ida u. In a letter to The Ledgerthis Installed by Mrs. Stanley Polk City Auburndale Winter H. Daniel officiating The faml-

Limit 1)>)> b, aft nltn ".Sri....Ot.o: drew morning, John R. Clark Davis. Haven and Bartow Kelly will' ly has requested that in lieu of
04 rerl
aon0nn 1 Brat hlsh.e principal of the John Cox The ninth -grade English accompany the motorcade and flowers donations be made to

Reg. 98c-For Visible Storage, Plastic Reg. 69c-12.os. Phillips Milk of School Lakeland, wrote that department under Mrs. Sar- will speak at Polk City and al the Methodist Temple building
i CITRUS SHIPMENT!I he was "shocked to learn thata anne Jacobson will be in the countywide Democratic fund Dukes-Steen Funeral Home

I fellow teacher thinks he has of the and rally in Bartow ts In charge of
charge program
Shoe Box . . . 049t Magnesia . . . 48'to O'j..tm.WINTeR,.. .HAVEN....u 111'API-4I1.. .... tepwt clots Ie' been politically 'pressured' will present "Students Speakfor Kelly is scheduled to speak alan
'"" Oefrt Ores. by Boone Themselves"Boone informal coffee meeting alMargaret's RITES FOR MR. STANSIFER

Ian tuck : ';t':'.; :*;..". 14.061 6e)0 a3.ai.45] Clark wrote that he held the Restaurant in Lake Funeral services for William
school superintendent In high Read campaign adding Wales at I am. Saturday and D. Stansifer, 80, of 115 W Park

2" Paint Brushes 3 for 55'' ('.mrlr.Tots .::.,..' ....: 20S5 4.557,3 jffi esteem, and that he is a "pro- : in front of the Bank of Frost. St., who died Sunday, were held
proof at Frostproof at 0 a m.
fessional school administratorof "Politics is one of the most The known Rebels yesterday at the Dukes-Steen Funeral ;

the highest calibre." honored professions in this Quartet nationally, which has been campaigning Home chapel, with the \

SHOPWARNOCK'S I Job Not Feared great country of ours. I have statewide for Kelly, Rev. B. G. Brown officiating .r

27"x18" Colorful' Reg. $1 Gillette DeodorantThrow much respect for men who will will entertain the Bartow rally Burial will be in Indianapolis
The John Cox principal said
Mr. and Mrs.

t 98' Right Guard 73 he was present at the meetingof unselfishly public office offer. themselvesfor . Politics crowd Kelly at will I p campaign.m. In Plant tang a duet, and Roger Mrs. Arthur Hickman W.
Rugs county wide principals two
.. . days after Read had needs to attract more persons City with the Rebels at 10:30: Rich offered organ selection
: an-
For Lakeland's Best I
caliber of
of the professional .
nounced for office. He report. a m. with a program in the ACL
our Superintendent Mr. ShelleyS. parking lot. From 12:30: to 3:30: I
Jumbo Roll 1,1 I ed that Boone said he would
-Paper 59c
not attempt to influence their Boone. >.m. he will be touring Hills-

Kitchen Towels 37 Lotion '43' : I vote in the May S election, "May this and all other political borough with the Rebels.
camptgns, present and Kelly will appear on a live i
. . . . that "compettyton
i EVERY NITE was a part of our American future, be conducted on such television program in Tallahassee at fur ..... rag.

I heritage" and that. each Individual a level so as to g lye it the _at 9:.30 p.m. Saturday. ...., hwr. .f tII.I .

Reg. $1.19 Insect Repellent All Flavors -Chewng! 9 I should exercise his responsibility dignity and respect it so richly ,- - -- ,I subs sad d.,.

II TILL P.M. I and privilege in deserves. THORNtONMEMORIAL .
6.12 Spray 83' Gum 3 for JOt MONDAY THRU FRIDAY voting for the candidate of his "I hope that the anonymous 1. I
. . . . . . choice. (Winter Haven) teacher will HOME

I 102 I. Mmri M.KT. Clark wrote also In his letter examine his evaluations a little '- tilt:** n* A*.

..4 A*.. I that he had "no fear" of more carefully and see if he HM.* MU WU5 417 N. Mall ,Are

I Easy Parking-Elegant Food-Pleasant Shopping MU 2-Z2Z2_ .I losing his Job at John Cox regardless has represented the facts ac -....' ....... Phone MU 6-2131
.. .
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1 _ - of the outcome of the curately. I have my doubts. I


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Candidates LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday April 80. 1M 7

High Says Campaign Run On 'Noble Money'EDITOR'S THE BEST APARTMENTS -

Eager To GetEndorsements
NOTEt This Is another as I can with noble money, and
In a series of articles on,then 1 will do no more."
the methods and flavor of the High said he had never spent
campaigns of the six Democratic more than 3,200 In his four
TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Flori. Polk Must Have A
candidates for governor bids for the mayor's job. At the County
da' governor candidates, with of Florida mid point of the governor'srace
less than a week to in thh
go I _
he said, he had collected
first loudly primary touting their campaign are By CHARLES STAFFORD only 60000 to 70000.. Man Of Proven Ability .

editorial endorsements newspaper as evidence Robert King High I i. running "That's only as much as Hay
for don Burns in hit last
governor Ion a shoestring spent
of their popularity and I,
He call It "noble campaign for of Jacksonville ,
qualifications for the office. money" He mayor Mw m
These endorsements are highly says It Is the only kind he ," he said.
"1 think it's time that ceiling
.: wants. I a .
prized plums and the candidates
seek them avidly. This attempt of the Miami be put on campaign expenditures v
A majority of the state's dally mayor to travel economy class ,'* High said He said he flu"S
newspapers have come out edi o to the governor's mansion In doesn't know what the ceiling
torlally backing a Democratic Tallahassee is one notable facet should be, "but I do know thata
of his campaign. million dollars is not reasonable -
candidate and so have many 01
the large number of weekly and I There are others: or proper"
semi-weekly High pounds the state's sidewalks High, like all the candidates, I
papers looking for vote, and had been putting )in a 14 to 16
Leader UncertainJust avoids the byways Butt cow hour day campaigning, but he ,

who Is leading In this bat., paths. showed no signs of wear. Partof
tie for endorsements Is about aa This concentration on the urban each day must be devoted to ,
questionable and uncertain as votes is dictated by his Insistence his duties as mayor--.He said ho [ r

who Is leading currently in the on reapportionment to r
battle fop votes. This would depend give the cities more legislative Adams To SpeakAt r s' a.
on how one counts the representation by his identification -
number of newspapers In a as the four-time major of Southern's wI
city where two papers are Joint. Miami
ly owned and the relative size He Speaks Spanish ConvocationFlorida :

of the endorsing papers. High never neglects the Cu- I d

Numerically, former state ban-American area For here, Secretary of State ..,.. It
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Sen. Fred O (Bud) Dickinsonand his command of Spanish gives Tom Adams will be the speakerat -
State Sen. John Mathews him other candidates -
a leg on
up Florida Southern College's79th ON HIGH GROUND-M.yof Robert King hl Miami l .
appear .to be out In front of the HJf\ t.mpeigning' for governor, ih.ktik
endorsement parade In dally High's campaign entourage Is annual commencement con ndi with Mr. Isabel R.,. In a Temp cl,.. Igtbry. (lwn4\iclng Shim ii Jock Eiplnei., left,
newspapers. modest normally Including only vocation May 11, it was announced o government tMchtr .t Tempe'i King High SchAPl| High't "'III"d of Spanish makes hit .it .f. II

Mathews received the endorsement him and his publicity man, Fred today by Dr. Charles fective centp.igner In Cuben-Americ.il diirricti. (Af Wirtphet) t-

of the Tampa Times the Clampltt T. Thrift Jr., president of the
Tampa Tribune, St. Petersburg They travel in a private plane college. keeps In touch with his Miami Holding a microphone In his candidate began a tour of Tam

Times. Clearwater Sun, Sara- loaned by a group of Miami The 10:30 a.m. graduation office. hand High spoke (\:e a hundred pa' cigar factories. I
sota HeraldTribune, Miami 'It's a problem" he said, Elect
men who are buying it, Clam-
exercise will be the first to be women across a frutel twlm High moved quickly among
and the Miami
Beach Sun Herald At the controls Is one "but I absolutely made the determination -
pitt says. the machines and down the ta,,
of a group of commercial pilots held In the college' new Brans- before I announcedthat ming pool. bles where Cuban Americans
Dickinson had the approval of who have volunteered their days comb Auditorium I would make every effortto The setting was (eutiful, but patiently rolled tobacco Into
the Bradenton Herald Hollywood off to the High campaign The baccalaureate speaker at4pm. attend every commission it worried him shaped cigars perfectly BEN HILL GRIFFINYour
Sun Tattler, Melbourne and meeting I've never missed one "My hands me' lot to
Over an eggs sausage "iA me
10 will be Rev.
May "Es un placer conocerlo he i
Palm Beach Post Times,
breakfast at the beginning of a yet. in trying to put Afti! a point"he
W. Scott Bozeman of First would tell a worker "Yo neces-,
Delray Beach News-Journal Pa campaign day in Tampa, High lIe's Careless PackerIn said "Holding A microphone State Senator
latka News Fort Walton Beach explained his campaign: Methodist Church Tampa. He impedes me." He <|M4 he likes ito su apoyo (It Is a pleasure'
front of the hotel Mayor to meet I need "
Playground News Leesburg "Observers and political writers Is an alumnus of Florida Southern to be near his allJI lance, you. your" )
Commercial and Miami Her- and Mrs. High-the small redhead "SI, they smiled "SI. /N P.1.I ad.lKNOW"wvN
aid. often assess a candidate'sstrength and a member of the Boardof and the tiny blonde But after his Mk-dcliveredin This obvious was High" ground\ .I,
Herald Backs I I on the amount of mon Trustees. climbed Into a car driven by a persuasive vAk# that In - - -
he has This Is a mistake. Its union of his
ey fl/fM Tennessee
Robert the Insurance
The Miami Herald in additionto This year' senior class numbers Tampa
You are equating political I and his J Florida,
endorsing Dickinson and Ma 279 candidates for academlc and motel executive who
strength with the amount of I has lost any Iraq of regional
thews also gave Its approval to degrees Of this number, heads his Tampa Bay campaign -
money he Is able to collect by dialect-a matrotoU( ) High:
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia County 199 are Floridians and, the rest .
making commitments: come from 21 other states High. a careless packer, had "I came here as _uest today: A S
He said some of his opponentshave I was for Burns fo&\ now I'm
The newspaper said this step Seventy-seven of the Floridiansare shaved with Clampitt's razor SAVE 55CON NEWEST EASY-CARE
boasted would spend <
they going to vote for
was taken because "any of the from Polk County His socks-he had failed to yqq.
three would acquit himself and a million dollars if necessary, Eighty five of the candidates pack extra ones had been Followed by a Vwnd truck
Florida in the mighty seat of to win the race.Commitments completed their academic re- rinsed out the night before by playing the HlgH I campaign
chief magistrate," Seen Necessary quirements In December at the Mrs. High song, "Hey Look Nft Over,1' the s
Karl also had the endorsementof "There Isn't that much noble end of the first semester He lacked a collar pin. _
his home county newspapersthe money around" High said "A Officers of the graduatingclass Florio stopped in front of a
Daytona Beach News candidate cannot accept a million are Marc Bazllian of West men's shop and sent an aide : : :

I Journal and the Deland Sun. dollars without making Hartford Con n. president; after the man. "He's always
News, which championed Karl's commitments which are detrI- David Kelsey New Canaan, losing \hem." 1AiPostontPlOS n9'1 '' Crunt-otcn
cause in February.Sen. mental to the Interests of the Conn., vice president and\ Bar- The candidate arrived at his I v
Scott Kelly of Lakeland state. bara Lowry of Winter Park, destination a women's coffee, } (atT PENNLEIGH'PREMIUM QUALITY

also won the endorsement of his I "I am going to do.as_ _much secretary treasurer. neatly groomed. IN._hl.,. Ap-'-1 _RnnaINaa ___ . ShinYS0lesteda ; SHORT-SLEEVE STYLES
home area newspapers. The
Lakeland Ledger Lake Wales FORSTUDEHTSAHDMEHSale
Highlander and Winter Haven I 1
News chief all came out for himso
did the Fort Lauderale News % 2.44
Miami Mayor Robert King
High won the backing of the Miami g
News and the Key West >L AEGUTARlit,99rs
Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville A Cotton Broadcloth Shirt-Joe
who like Dickinsonwas
making his second bid for' ., - i; AdjuetablerfdetebetrGnfi!
the governor's chair, was en- I Hi-boy collar,chest pocket
dorsed by the Pensacola News- .( g Autornotlcurasheblekeepafi!

Journal. ), y Popular vertical strfpos SMLI
Republican Backed ;w ja !
The Fort Myers News-Press x '
b Cotton with Docron polveifer knifi
did not endorse a Democratic
candiate. but gave'nod to H. B t_ ,. Pullover style,3 button-front
Bob Foster of Fort Myers '
( ) ',.i .,' Italian-style collar
Beach for the Republican nom- f I Waeh-hnng-wear

ination. k Tun,white,blue HMLMtn's
Most papers did not enter an rf t '
opinion on the Republican campaign g dF. 1 5 t twJ Slroo! >r-T.p Songless 1,99
The Fort Lauderdale s wd rw l n

New., however, IBid Rep
Charles Holley of Pinellas County """ Ladle
was the best of the three Sites 8.18
seeking the nomination. Holley's Grants Own Brand MOIMDI... 1
home town newspaper the ,'wim.. 297
Petersburg Times said none of STRETCH FOR ACTION ":":.::::

the three Republican candidateswas -..... .
qualified The third candidate
is Ken Folks of Orlando, a Regularly 297
member of the Orange County : 3.99 '
Slde-to-side stretch Navy, land beige or
School Board o Band wolit. side tipper I skipper blue t: C'a tiC
About a dozen daily newspapers Wash-wear, cotton-nylon Muses I sizes 8 to I 18 ,
indicated they would not ,
make any endorsement in the : Fashion Sunglasses, narrow panorama-1.00
first primary.. For some like the .ja D F FD

Florida Times-Union and Jack mm ;
sonville Journal this follows ,
long established policy against' GIRLS' WASH-EASY COTTON '
endorsing candidates for office.I ,,.
Other dailies not endorsing) ,, JAMAICA SHORT SETS

candidates include l the Fort "
Pierce News Tribune. Ocala]! SsnCorired tailored Sale I
1 1.37 \
Star-Banner Orlando Sentinel- ,Inrtu,short*; 7 Mbideorbaiksipprrs .e :
Star Panama City News Herald Reg. 1.69'CHANTSOWN
St Petersburg Independent, Tallahassee !
Democrat, Sanford Cirli Wraparound Sunglasses 39, ,
Herald and St Augustine Rec

ord.The f j0
Pompano Beach Sun-Sen I'M*
tinel. Gainesville Sun Jackson
County Floridian at Marianna,
Collier County News at Naples.
Sarasota Journal Cocoa Tribune ., lubber soles,gay colors Cflf! 9.44 -
have not yet made an endorsement ''xford.; slip on. /'/-10 TT. JTV.7
but some may do so in the rA t REGULARLY 2.99

next few days.


Despite their'abundance.. it Is \I IImDI
impossible to keep sponges I SANFORIZEDCOTTON

.aiveln__ captivity ._. You would have to search long and bard to find a "I found it hard to believe a car of its size could PI'< WALK SHORTS OR DRESS SHORTS

tougher critic of cars than the average Cadillac owner. so effortless to handle." DECK PANTS FOR BOYS FORllTTLEBOYSi37Savc77c

t TIME FOR A For those who hart owned and driven this great car "I've owned five Cadillacs, and this one tops thfefV

r CHANGE over the years have become accustomed-year in and all-on every count." Sale 1.74
out-to the finest that motoring can offer And backing up our owners are the men who evaluA/

And yet occasionally, there comes along a car of cars by stop watch and test track. Never have tbrYf l at011tACLT1.00
such dazzling prowess that it inspires their most lavish professional critics been so eloquent about Cadillacs 100% long "wearing( cotton ( .
Woven plaid shorts. eolid Reinforced to we.r
t and unstinted praiM. Th. 1964 Cadillac is such a car or any other automobile in Its class. dirk pants with split cute like play clothes
Listen to a few current Cadillac comments: So the next time the talk turns to cars, listen w<,l lf| Newest styling 6 to 18 e Cotton twill, ...teenv

p .w. "It took my breath away the first time I drove it." to the man who has driven a 1964 Cadillac. S 1 ys' w..,..,.".. Black olive,bin.

"That new 340-horsepower engine and new transmission You can believe every wonderful word he says. Afl s ".i'..,..-.Only' 3t Chll..II.II"-2.l .

lour turn out the smoothest performance imaginable you can double check him behind the wheel at yoW

It's a wonder in traffic" Cadillac dealer You won't be a skeptic long

.at, : Ragged Wear Cotton Whits and Potttl Colors SALE 97c
Will 1(.._ AH. PramiMtELECT 'Charg-ir.No money down.30 days or months to pay

M I 411 r. ". . 'G. N, '0\. __ C. _., 2g; ,r_ .. r_. .
Ralph J. Rossi I' M. P. TOMLINSON CO.


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\ LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday,_Apra 30,1964 fl
Be In "Earnest" With Your Vote

I TalkOf Trade With CommunistsShowsColdWarThaw ELECTEARNEST

By JAMES MARLOWAP lost against selling even squeeze on Castro, the less sue Reds, voted against giving them trade relationship" with Soviet ments don't expect war while
News Analyst wheat to Russia cessful communism In Cuba will long-term credits. Russia and her European satellites the credits lasti.efi .
WASHINGTON (AP-One of Secretary of State Dean Rusk be and the more he will have to If there are no long-term .
the healthiest recent signs that 'American credits this In the end So, while there hate been arguments -
head-on into this attitude depend on Moscow which is Keep ;
ran I t t For
the cold war has diminished a may put American businessmen among the Allies on
bit it the dollar sign last month In telling Congress helping to bail him out at a cost behind the eight ball anyway 'such things as credit terms and rj Clerk of Circuit Court
should be 'to Russia. of about $I million a In dealing with the Communists ,
there what sell
Businessmen here and else- more flexibility to the main point is: MONROEBRANNEN
where show a developing desire in trade with the Reds. day little The growing desire among bun I PLEDGE
for a buck, even if it means He takes this line and It's This reasoning gets a For instance, the British are newsmen on both sides of the
since Rusk wants to ,
trading with Communists. considering long-term credits. ocean to make money from the .J HONEST, DEPENDABLE,
the Johnson administration line!make some Red countries less .
So the Russians, being businessmen
It showed up Wednesday at-that the United States should dependent on Moscow but Cuba i DEDICATED
the annual meeting of the U.S. pick and choose between Communists more soCredits. too, will naturally shop If long-term credits becomethe
Chamber of Commerce, one of nations on trade. ,where it's10 their advantage. custom, even though they're I PUBLIC SERVICE
the most pro-Communist organlzations Turned Down At the lame time Secretary of guaranteed by the individual SHERIFF i
This is the reasoning: That
in the country. But the businessmen at the Commerce Luther Hodges has Western governments to their TEACHER .:- DEMOCRAT .:. CHRISTIAN'Palt
trade with certain Communist
About 90 per cent of the'bust countries themto meeting Wednesday, while said he thinks this country Is businessmen, it will be a pretty P.I. 5EV.
nessmen there voted for in- : show more may) independence encourage of,,wanting_._ more trade with the "moving toward a more normal good sign those same governLAKELAND'S I ------ -
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creased trade In nonstrategic Moscow
goods with Russia and her Eu-
But he wants a tight boycott
ropean satellites. -which American allies are Ignoring -
Some Go Farther In dealing with Fidel

Some even wanted trade with Castro's Cuba. )I DAY TOIIVC.
three countries totally embargoed For this reason in this case: NITE &
by this government: Red The tougher the economic i .
China, North Korea, North VietNam I' ,
There was no vote on this.I Meets TuesdayThe I II
Why this surge, and it .has Ridge Chapter of the -
been growing, to trade with the I Purchasing Agents Association)I '
Communist world? Speakers ex- of Florida will meet Tuesday I 11 m
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If American businessmen are Crest Restaurant on South FlorIda 'sf I
prevented from selling to the Avenue All persons In the .
area associated with purchasing -
Reds, the trade will go to bust .
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tries which have fewer restrictlons -
The British, just as anxiousfor As
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In Polk County' 45. Webster Northwest
voting -
YORK (AP) The stock:General Electric declined'% to Royal Dutch opened on !5,000
precincts have been desig- Lakeland Improvement Association
market moved unevenly in moderately shares, up 14 at 44%. StandardOil
nated for Building. 83.On
next Tuesday's primary active trading at the' openers of 2,000 shares (New Jersey) declined4
=, and the May 26 runoff 48. North Auburndale opening today. each American Motors was unchanged to 86'/ on 5,500 shares
Mrs. Blanche Work,
election. Stambaugh Garage. Changes of most key stocks at 16. Boeing was unchanged On 2,200 shares International
supervisor of registration announced 47. Westwood District No. were narrow at 42, Ford was unchanged Telephone eased 14 to 56.

today. 3 Office. at 55% and Southern On 1,000-share transactions
1. North Fort Meado City 48. Eloise New Community Bethlehem which reports on California Edison rose Vi to 31%. U. S. Steel was unchanged at
,. Hall. : Hall. quarterly results today was off Reynolds Tobacco came back 55 and Eastern Air Lines was off

'. 2. South Fort Meade Rog- 49.! Golf Manor-dub House H at 3514.! I Y4 to 46% on 1,200 shares. % at 34%.

era Chevrolet Building Golf Course. American Telephone was un New York Central eased >/4 Yesterday the Associated

I 3. North Bartow Bartow 50. Indian Lake Estates hanged at 140V4 on 1,500 shares'to 33/. Montgomery Ward lost Press average of 60 stocks

Armory. Arnold Building. Du Pont recovered %'at 25614! / .t 3314.Remember. dipped 15 to 3623.
51. Eaton Park,- Community -
4. Medulla Area. 4-H Club Club Building. BLUE CHIPS

Building 52. Crystal Lake Sheltered
5. Kathleen Lion's Den Workshop for Handicapped.
Building. 53. Sylvester ShoreaOffice.Old 1HAi4 RAUZE1IA1Of1'OFNOZE ISO MILLION \A1" 1
Auburndale Sewage Disposal Plant. SASLY TjE
t. Southwest -
) Municipal Budding 54. Fountain Heights Medulla ONUT7MIUIONOWH PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY, : o I IJ.ST% OFmE GG-DINDIVIDUALISTS

7. Green Pond-W. I. Parker Baptist Church.
55. West End Recreation
Residence. Room Circle M. Trailer Park.
8. Providence Club House. dfcib3 ,.
Arlana Avenue.
9. Bradley Junction Old 56. Wabash RecreationHall. 1& n

School Building. Woodall Trailer Park. WHICH ONI IS THI lIATLEr- Hint* SUrr, .*.. of Hit ltoli, puss cis...". Int. m.uthf

10 Morton Junior High 57. Swindell Educational hi. was likcHtu during imvdNiif ca r.m."y .! Md.m. Tuucud'l w swrkl In London to..,.

Sunday School Room at First Building, New Home Baptist The muM..m now footer .... Itoriot .,ese. ill r*,lict *f wdl-know ,*.,1.l AP Wlrtphoto tl I. ...........-.....-
Methodist Church. Church. cbl Cress London) -
II. Highland City-Old Post 58. Bella Vista Recreation

Office Building. Hall North Florida Heights *
,. STOClS, '
Baptist Church.
12. Northwest Winter Ha- 59. Lake Gibson Hales Postal Service Changes Are I
Club Build-
ven ing. Woman's City Real Hiway.Estate Office. Old Dade lkl e- The Daily InvestorBy

II. Alturas-Woman's Club. 60. K-Ville Fire Station O..tI.1I1 lu,11t4ll' '

14. West Frostproof Fire Building. Scheduled For Haven AreaWINTER ..A Rh110Ri & (; "0- WILLIAM A. DOYLE I Contacts, knowledge of certain
Department .Building. 61. Southwest Winter Haven W' Q. It seems strange to me subjects or for some other

15. South Haines City-Fire Cafeteria. Old South Winter that many members of boards thing that can help the cornany. .
Station. Haven Elementary School. HAVEN Postal not go on Wednesday; special all business will be carried on AMERICAN STOCK- or directors of major companies Very often top officers

16. Homeland Martin'sStore. 62. Cypress Gardens St. service changes in the Winter parcel post trucks will not through one window and .no EXCHANGEAmElec own very little stock In those of a company are elected directors -
Haven area and branch offices be In operation then money orders or postal savings For
John's Methodist Church. ompanles. Instance from .
.................. II
announced New will be In will be sold
Willow Oak Pine 63. Lake Teen Cen. were yesterday byPostmaster provisions nor can the statement" ot This Is
17. Region "proxy onebig : not to say that all
Barnes ....
Eng ..,....... 21
Luther Reel. effect In the downtown either of the offices remain
Grove Baptist Church. ter Building 3rd Street and post company In which I own directors are perfect or thatall
Dorsey Corp ............... 71
District Beginning next week. no office, Florence Villa Station open more than half a day. stock '
18. North Mulberry Avenue F, NW. I have learned the fol- are pulling their weight indirecting"
Falcon Sea Dr ............ 10%
64. parcel post deliveries on Wed- Southeast Station and This cancels the usual all "
No. 1 Office. Hartrldge Assembly of lowing companies. But
'Guard Chem .............. 1014
U. East Lake Wales Pavilion God Church Lake Ida Section. nesday except to mail- the Inwood Branch. day Saturday opening of the Three of the directors ,each most do their Jobs well.
.. .
Gulf Am .............. 4% '
Optimist Club. 65. Jan-Phyl Fire House truck areas; parcel post to Saturday service will be Florence Villa Branch Gulf Sulphur .............. 64! owns only 100 shares of the' Q. If only I had Invested

20. Polk City Town HalL 1007 Coleman Road Jan-Phyl business or residential areas limited in the downtown office Two Not ChangedThe Kratter ................... 9 ompany's stock Another owns $,000 In Control Data stock In
21. Northeast Winter Haven Village. served by regular carrier will and Florence Villa In that only 110 shares. The largc.t.tockholder 1957. that Investment would be
postmaster said how Redwing Carrier .......... 12%
-CIvic Center. 66. Southeast Auburndale ever Saturday services will Stephan Co. .............. 8% among all 18 dU worth more than 250,000 now.

22. Loughman Addison'sGarage. St. Albans Pariah House.. IMC Scholarship Finals be as usual in contract offices Syntex .................... 65% rectors owns only 1,555 shares, If I missed that one, there have
67. Mariana Non Denomination worth about $220,000. : been a number of consolation
of Southeast Station in Tampa Elec .............. 26'4
23. Carpenter's Home Church, Keat and the Cypress Shopper on Sixth Textron Inc ............... 4% Wouldn't you say that this Is prizes that would now be worth
Main Building. Carpenter'sHome. Dairy Road. Will Be Held On Monday SE and the Inwood a terrible example of how a 00,000 or more.
Street ;
68. Arietta Camp Rotary. group gains control of a corn- Are there any advisory erv-
Dur- 69. Carver Educational Branch located In the Hook'N OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL with little Invest Ices which stocks
24. Tilghman-Rodney Finalists any very pick growth
BARTOW- to compete committee. The committeethis Line Bait Shop on Avenue FUNDS
rance Residence Building. Dixie Hiway Baptist for the two $2,400 college year Is composed of G In Inwood.No ment? such as these?

25. Pinewood Central Ave Church. scholarships awarded annually President F. T. Lenfestey of Affiliated Fund .......... 869Allco A. I'll say it's an example.But A. O. K., take your tongueout

nue Community Center. 1249 70. Northwest Haines City in Polk County by Inter- Polk Junior College rep- essential major service .....................,. 7% I won't say it'.' terrible. of your cheek. There are

Marjorie Street. State Bank of Haines City. national Minerals & Chemical resenting the public; J, F. Gil- changes are affected In the Am Expresstuto .... .. .-.-.-.- .-..-.--... 423"._ : You. brl g.up.a. hot topic that any number of advisory serv-
26. Davenport- Council 71. Northeast Haines City- Corporation will be selected len of the county school staff; orders said Reel which were Merch .............. JU!" 1'has neen battedp. ices which try (and 1 stress

Chambers, Town of Davenport. Spells East Side Service Sta Monday. the phosphate company Bryon Shiver and Gerald Issued to save taxpayer. Chase: Man Bank ..-.....-. 7l4 round for TRY) to spot stocks such as

27. Northwest Lake W.lea- tion. announced today. Sixty Fields, IMC employe representatives $127 million. There will be Eckerd's Drug ............ 18 years and undoubtedly I that You pay a fee to such

r American Legion Hall. 72. Parkland District No. graduating seniors, representing ; 0. T. Stutsman and no change In home or special Fidelity Fund ........,... 17.61 will I, a service and that service

28. Southwest Lake Wales S Office 1380 Atllne. every high school area In W. S. Chambers company delivery for example. Regular Fla. Gas .................. 11% be argued tar ends you "recommendations."
Fire Department Building. 73. Lake Parker Armory. the county. have applied for members business deliveries continue Fla. Pub. Util ............ 22V into the future'How : But. honestly you know what

29. Lake Alfred City Hall. 74. Lake Bonny New Civic the 1964 awards. Highest in the number of applications as usual. Letters and other be Fla. Steel ... ..............' D% much would happen It any such ad-
City Hall.Jl. Center first clan mall Fla. Tel------------------, 'm stock should a visory service came across a
Lake -
JO. Eagle The two winners will be were the Bartow
Lake Hamilton Fire 75. Hesperides-Lake Aurora chosen from the finalists afterpersons and Mulberry areas with 10 handled with the same priority Fla. Tile .................. 16 director own?" sure way ot picking big winners -
Building. Christian Assembly. has three as ever he said. Founders Life ............ V% There's no all the time. The people
Interviews Auburnadle
Station on May each.
of the Hills Com 76. Golfview-Goltview Bap- Meade The economy step Reel explained Quit Life .................. 66%, pat /answer* tothis. who run Ue service would re
J2. Lake 11 by a special scholarship applicants. Fort six
House. tirt Church, Social Hall., I Is In conjunction: with Incorp Invest ............ 7.59! I' tire-filthy rich.
... munity Dundee City H>H. Police 77. Highland P.rk-Passion Frostproof Kathleen one Haines.City Lakeland President Johnson's program Inter County Tel & Tel;... COJackson Let'slOOk, at Control Dk.a.
M. Play Amphitheater., Set three Wales five. and under which the recent federal MIn Mart ...,.... V,i, that tne menoDOYLE The record book shows that the
Station. Country Club 78. Scenic Park-Lake Wales Engineers nine Lake Haven nine. four Lakellnd.ppllc.nts income tax cut csme. Lewis Bus Forms i>..(..... 18 Mrs of a company's board of I common stock of that companywas

34. Combee Association Building. Armory, Airport Road Winter. Include two The postmaster also reminded Nationwide ................ 16 directors are elected by stock quoted around $1 a share
I Estates -Giles Soda Shop. 79 Buffum District .Office. Meeting MondayIn of the new Santa members Fe all residents to use A. If. Robins ..............37'/ holders. If they don't do a in the over-the-counter market
35. Pierce Wire Recreation No.: :. High School's first graduatingclass. ZIP Code on their mail. Taylor Inst ................ 43% good Job or setting company In the latter part of 1957. So.

38 Lake Church of God. 80. ,Tiger Bay American LakelandDr. I T.V. Elec Fund .......... 80 policy and directing the affair 11,000 would have bought you

Hall. Eastgate-Gymnatorium. Legion. Fort Meade. : Begun in 1947, the MC Polk Odham AndHolland Trans Gas Pipe Line ....,. :51! % of the company: they can be ,000 shares-if you were lucky

37. Memorial Methodist 81. South Mulberry Polk I County scholarship awards 'ravelers ................. 51'/'! dumped.Yes enough to spot it.
Wesley County Health Center. Leo Miller. project mantager are based on scholastic United Ilium .............. 39'% we know that It Is very When this stock was split

Church.Westover Episcopal 82. Wahnetta Community for the Texas Gulf SulWrOperation achievement, demonstrated In Universal Foods ..........., .31 difficult to defeat the electionof three for one, In 1961 'those
38. the Pamlico Riverin
Avalon. Building. students, and "management" directors- ,000 shares would have become
499 W. leadership
Church. will be the
Roux 83. Summerlin -Old PontiaC North Carolina those already on the board, 3,000 shares This stock was
adult citizenship potentials.
39. the
featured at May Fight
speaker Rights
Lake Garfield. Agency Main and Orange. Let's not get Into a discussionof I first listed on the New York
Office. Park Youth 84. Hacklake Home Demonstration meeting of the Florida Section the imperfections of "cor Stock Exchange on March 6,

r 40. Babton Building. Auditorium North of the A.I.M.E. Polk Deputies By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Latest 11am porate democracy." 1963. It took off, In a wild

Center 41. Southeast Winter Haven Side Cattle Pavilion. Dr. Miller will discuss the Spessard L. Holland and Brail. Close Price In,some cases directors own speculative splurge.It .

Haven Armory. 85 Clear Springs Hayman developments which have recently ey Odham who seeks Holland's a great deal of stock. Some was all the way up to
Winter Cleveland Heights St.Paul' Auditorium South Side Cattle taken place in the phosphate Check ReportOf Democratic Senate seat locked Air Reduction, 11714 57YaAlden. directors own very little. Sometimes 113375 a share In December

42. Lutheran Church. Pavilion. deposits being developedby horns again today on the merits 28* 28% a person who owns only 963.. At that point your 3,000

Lake HollingsworthOrdway 86 Armour Office Kuder his company in North Caro- Suicide of the civil rights bill. Allegheny Ludlum 43'4; 43'/ I small amount of stock personally hares would have had a mar-

43. Arts Building. Florida Feed Mill. Hiway 60, lina. It has been announced that Odham told party worker. his Allied Chem 54'54* will be nominated and ket value of $340,125.As .
College. 87. Gordonville Building i$45,000,000 will be spent by Texas for a speedy end to the fill. Allied Stor. 60% NS elected'to the board, becausehe often happen. with high

Southern Dixieland 437 S. Ftor- 227. Bartow Air Base Hiway Gulf in developing the Pamlico BARTOW-Sheriffs deputiesthis buster against the bill. He said Am Bo.ch 13% 13% represents a group that ownsa yers. the market price took
44. Patrol Office. Jay deposit. morning were investigating the filibuster was "a waste ol Am Cyanamid 63% 63y' large amount.Sometimes a big drop-to $7425 a share
88. Beacon'ThlIi '-J Dobbins : Robert Blunders of the Amer- the apparent suicide of an time and Is tearing this country Am Home Prd 66IA 66'Am / a director will be and has since recovered to

100 HearFaircloth Park Maintenance ,Building. iran Cyanamid Co. is in charge unidentified man. apart" Hospital 23% NS elected because of business bout $90.!
Ariana Street. of the program. He announcedthat At press time, deputies were Odham said "Sen. Holland ii Am Mach Frdy 21 21

InLakeland 89. East Frostproof Tourist the meeting will be heldat on their way to the scene doing a real disservice to this Am Metal Prd 21 NS Latest II a.m. Latent 11a.m.
Center Building. the Cadet Restaurant In Lake- said to be a residence on Lake and Florida by preach Am Motor 16 18

90. Flamingo None-No' and at 8.30: p,m. on Monday.' Garfield Road about four country ing the gospel of second claim Am Rea Be Dev 2314 NS Close Price Close Price

registered voters. U. K. Custred of American Cyanamid miles east of Bartow. citizenship for Negroes on this Am Seating 37I36% Gillette 30% 3014 Proctor Gamble Bl-i! 81VJ

91. Glendale -' St. Paul's Co. will preside as chairman No other details were Immediately civil rights issue." Am Tobacco 33% 33 W.R. Grace 534 53'A Pub Srv Elec Be Gas 77" 77%

Lakelanders turn- Lutheran Church. . ot the section. available. Holland said It Is essential tc Am Tel Be Tel 140% l4O3' Great A & P Tea 37% 37% Pure Oil 431/g 43I/

About 100 to hear Ml- defeat the bill "to avoid granting Ampex: 15% 15% Greyhound 56% 56% Raybestos Man 46 NS
ed out last night Faircloth bring the power for such totalitarian Aria Pub Ser 35% 35% Grumman 39.% 39% Rep Steel 43* 4314
his amlan campaign for attorney general Rynerson Again Wins Haven practices as 'thought control.' Armco Steel 74Ya 74 IBM 57614 576 R. J. Reynolds 393,4 1b1h

this according toF.ircloth' Holland cited a portion of the Atcha top 2834 28% Int Harvester 701% 7014' Reynolds Met 3934 39%
to AU Refln 56y' 57 Rhod Sel Trust 6* NSR.
Lakeland Chairman bill as giving the attorney gen IMC 914 9%
Bob,Stanley. Chamber 'Man Of Year' AwardWINTER eral carte blanche to "read our Auto Can 14y' 14% Int Mln & Chem 711'/ 71>4 C. Cola 68% 864Safewsy \
Avco 20 63763
2014 Stores %
The Crest Restaurant coffee minds decide what we may be Int Paper 33'4' 33%
highlighted by a 15minute about to do, and take preventive Beneficial 485} 48% Int Tel & Tel\6l/:\ 56 Scott Paper :365% 36iSeabo.rd !
was Beth Steel 35% 35% 72 Air R 4i! % NS
& /
, talk by Faircloth who was HAVEN-For the pars Publishers Associationand Lake Region Bank of Commerce action BI.w.Knox 28 NS Jones Laughlm 7214 Sean 1011 108
the in Kelsey Hayes 381NS
outstanding point
selected as the of the Florida third time William E. Ryner will be president next offered the cup which Holland this quoted : Borg-Warner 47% 47-i! Kimberly Clark 61: 63 Shattuck 15 $14linclair "

freshman member of Representatives son, editor and publisher of the year: member of the Boardof now Is retired at Rynerson's question"Whenever way any person has Brunswick 10y' 10% Kerr-McGee 37% 37% Oil 45% 451}
the Florida State Chamberof
Burlington 44t44' 78\4\
News- home. The toastmaster rea.onableIrounds / 1 Korvette 28 27% Socony .
1963 SessionFaircloti' Winter Haven Daily was there are
the engaged or
following Commerce; chairman of the Burrougha 221A NS S. C. Elec Be Gas 56% as%
II: 12
. is opposing James ChIef. won the :Bankers Cup- Frlerson-Nichols American Legion Herbert E. Apple.President to believe that any person Cat Tractor 593/4 59I/ Lear-Siegler Southern 567/i 561,4
& 79% 79! %
In Llggette Myers
) W. Kynes who was appointedto post Man of the Year Award at th. Post Building Committee; Installed is about to engage (any discrimination Celanese 671/g 87 Litton Inds 67'68' % Sperry Rand 15'Va 1574plegel
the attorney general's Commerce', member of the Winter Haven act or practice prohibited Chemetron 26% 26% ; 30% NS
by Gov annual Chamber of Outgoing Chamber segregation a Lone Star Gas 23% 23% /
some months ago Human Relations Committeeand or Coca Be Ohio 71 Oil Cal
Std 657653
banquet-and became the third W, Jr. reviewed relief 7134 Loral Elec 6% 6%
Carpenter for
Farris Bryant. man in local. history to win an active Rotarian; secre activities of the chamber civil action instituted." Chrysler 44% 44-i! P. Lornllard 47'46' % Std; Oil Ind 73% 73%
Standards the award three times. tary-treasurer of the Florida may be Cln Gas 1. Elec 25% 253/ Madison Fd I9'4' 19V Std Oil N. I. 87 88,4
Countian on a during his term and Installedhis said the attorney
Dade The senator
Rynerson had previously Club and Orange Belt Touch Cities Ser 69% 693,4 37'37'4' Sunray Oil 3013014
1 Magnavox
tour through the Central down Club and member of the successor Arnold Silvert. general practically speaking Coda Cola 1271NI 10 'Ten Gas Be Trans 221331%
won the In 1958 and last ; 10% %
Tampa Bay areas of the State. cup Listed was the more than 20 could not do all this himself Marguardt < 734rexsa
Red Pal Texaco
board of the American Colgate 42y' 423/ Martin Marietta 18'4 1814 78h
told the group there are two year who Cross.American. committees in beautification; "He would have to name agents Collins Rail 16% 181/ 1114! Gulf Sui 564=) 54%
The late John May. won 1114
standards by which a candi- Exchange and airport I mprovements; Open to decide what we are thinking, Columbia Gas 28128% McCrory 44 43% Tidewater 333' 33\4\
the the first it was McKesson
for the attorney general'slob cup year Black Bass Championship; the Communists and the 20
date just as Com Credit 41 40% I"7/ Tractor Sup 203
offered and again in 1924 and Merck 11314
be Judged. Florida Air Miss police' over
should Derby; Nazis put 'thought Con Edison 85 NS 124 Union Bag 38% 38
1926 and the late William Lang- Minn. Hnwl 12214
"First be should have some Cheerleader USA Contest; their own people and captive nations -Con Foods 54 Union Oil 821NS
53'Va 62
1946 and 1948-9 have been MMM 61%
practical experience in thelegal don. road progress; Industrial com ," Holland said. Consumer Pwr 44'44I' / Ward 38J 38'/' Union Pat 413/ 41ff
profession; and secondly triple winners. mlttee; continuing Junior col Cant Can 4714 47i4 Montg Biscuit 60% NS Union Tank 413. 411,4

he should bring to the state Ireland Presents Cup lege battle.Carpenter. Trujillo's Mother Cant Oil 69189% Nat Nat Can 16% 16% United Fin 26% 25%
of understanding -
cabinet a high degree was presented a Ctrl Data 17 > United Fruit 20% 20'Va
of Andrew Ireland president of 871,4 % Nat Dairy 72/4 72%
of the problems the American National Bank plaque In appreciation for his Dies In Miami Corn Prds 631h 83-i! Nat Fuel 32% 32% U.S. Indl 51 87/ 18'Vagt

Florida. presented the award on behalfof contribution to the community. Crown Cork 311/ 3OY.Curtia..Wrlllht ., Nat Gypsum 50% 50 Rubber % 513/
14 as a practicing Steel 55 55
"With %
years I believe Earl local banks who started the Silvert took the gavel and Hospital At 100 17y' 17% Nat Tea 16% NS IIJfA NS
lawyer meets award In 1923. Ireland and the Installed the following officers: Den Rio R R 20% 20iDe Nia.Mohawk 51% SIOkla !/ Upjohn 16'MS
1 Faircloth Albert Fla. (AP-Julia Tru- Into Chem 23-i! 23%, & Elec -27 27 Vendo
first standard." the candidate five-member secret committeewere Griffin vice president MIAMI, Gas % % Warner-Lambert 29% 291,4w
the said. the only ones knowingwho ,. Carpenter second vice JBlo J Molina, mother of assassinated Dr Pepper 32% NS Outboard Marine 17 16% Air Brake 34l34%
that his actions the recipient was until the president and George W. Mul- Dominican dictator Rafael -Dresser Inds 31-i! 31 Pac Gas & Elec 32 32"'/ Westinghouse 33 33

In He the pledged Attorney General's poetwould'aIwaysbeinthhigh award was made. lins Jr., re-elected treasurer Trujlllo died today at the DuPont 25614 256-i! Pan Am Sulphur 29% 2914! Winn Dixie 327 32!%
( The recipient was cited for Silvert! then Introduced the age of 100. Eastman Kodak 128% 128y' Parke Davis 28% NS I Woolworth $314iCerox

, est standards you would want his work as president of the 10 newly elected members of Mrs Trujillo Molina had lived'Gamble Skamo 333k 3JIAGe Penney J. C. 52 52 I 94% toI%

) and expect from one of the board of the Winter HavenHospital the Chamber's board of governors in Miami since her son was' Pac 65% 54" Pepsi Cola 51% III% Zenith Rail 75% 74Y.
officials of Florida." ; secretary of the : Rynerson. William A. shot to death March 30, 1961, Gen Elec 83v.: 83" Pfizer 48 47% Occidental 24 24

highest The visit last night was Florida Citrus Showcase; Berry, Marlow Baxter. Dr. after more than a quartercentury -Gen Foods 85% 85% Phila Elec 32'32: % Jim Walter 33" 33'VaSilver

Fsircloth's second trip Into chairman of the Junior College George P. Graf W. L. Whit- as the Dominican Repub- Gin Inst 1134 11%I Phillip Morris 8114 81%

Polk County in two weeks. He Advisory Committee of Icy Glen Hicks, Carleton Lu- lic's strongman. Gen Motors B3% 13%I Phillips Pet 50% 501),
at an organizational the Chamber of Commerce.He cious, Willard Frederick. C. Mrs Trujillo Molina was hospitalized Gen Tel Be Elec 33-i! 331%I Philphs Dodge 69% 70% dollars have not been
s was a meeting guest In the initial Is also first vice president O (Pete) Spencer and A. B. Wednesday after suffering -Gen Time m 113,4 Piper Air 46 NS coined in the United States since

visit here. of the Florida Daily Newspa WILLIAM E. RYNERSON Conner. a heart attack. Gen Tire 23% 23%I Pit Plate Glass 68 67!', 1935.Polling .

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_lLAKELAiVD LEDGER Thursday!.April 38. 1M. I .

I House Group Has Lively Time In Buffalo .r. .. r r e a r

BUFFALO N.Y. (AP-A Ing on possible Communist subversion Committee on Un-American Ac- back of the room began yellingA committee, denied a request by
brawl, other Incident, shouting In this area. The session tivities convened In a Jammedroom federal mashal moved Intethe ) Sporn's attorney to use a tape
I and not many answer*-that U enters its second day today. in the U.S. Court HOuse. crowd and tried to grab her. recorder. The Nation
what his gone on thus far in a For a total of approximately More than 300 orderly, sign- She began fighting and got som! When called as a witness last Temperatures In Florida And Around

tension-filled_government. _hear- 7>/4 hours yesterday, the HouseELECT carrying pickets, most of them]assistance from nearby spec a night table, Tobias picked Schwartz went to! STATION It LI Cleveland .......... 64 48 New Orleans ...... 78 63
sssr students, marched.and chanted tators. screamed: up microphonand I Miami ............. 116 72 Denver ............. 69 41 New York ......... 46 42
outside in the rain.Undercover Man Joins FightWolkenstein "Is this table bugged?" Jacksonville ........ as 611 Des Moines ..;..... 49 38 Omaha ............60 35
Agent Talks shouted wife at alone marshall He charged that the hearing Key West .......... 88 75 Detroit 4........... 64 50 Philadelphia ....... 48 44
The first witness was Andre I to leave toward his her. Mar>, was illegal then was dragged LAKELAND .......85 15 Fairbanks .......... 43 28 Pittsburgh ......... 62 45
Berecz a former undercove. then dashed restrained him and took out of the room by four marshals Orlando ............ 88 67 Fort Worth ........ 72 50 St. Louis .......... 61 45
:'''agent for the FBI. He detail witness table, Tallahassee ........ U OS Honolulu ........... 77 72 San Francisco ..... 55 47
HAMP ROGERSYOUR what he said was Communli t t but him he back broke to the and dived His wife, Helen who had been Tampa ............. 84 69 Indianapolis ........ 56 46 Seattle.. ..,......, 1111 35
I Infiltration Into the Buffalo area the away called earlier as a witness, Juneau ............46 29 Washington ........ 58 45
But those who were subsequently .:. into Again struggle.he was brought backto jumped up and shouted repeatedly Atlanta ............75 f6 Kansas City ....... 63 42 Montreal ........... 68 44
called refused to answer his seat. The scuffle ended "Leave him alone." A Boston ,............ 48 39 Los Angeles ....... 61 54 Toronto ............ 54 42
SHERIFF questions concerning possibl> after Mrs. Wolkenstein had been woman yelled "Free-for-aU" and Charleston ......... 78 n Memphis ...........10 f1 BAROMETER
Communism. They invoked the told she could remain in the she and a phtographer began a ChIcago ............ 56 46Cincianatl. Milwaukee ......... 53 41 7 a.M. 29.81
Fifth Amendment and other previsions room only If she remained silent brief shoving battle. .......... .S n Mpis.-St. Paul ..... 47 44 1 p.m. Wednesday 29.90
of the U.S. Constitution The Wolkenstelns were barred: Schwartz was Identified by a
A melee broke out In late af- by marshals from entering the committee spokesman as a researcher -
ternoon after a witness, EdwardA. room as spectators last nIght. who has been employed '
Wolkenstein of nearby Eg- Paul Sporn. who teaches English here by Roswell Park itN4t aar
gertsville, had launched a tirade at the University of Buffalo, Memorial Institute, a cancer- /
against the committee. research center.Tampa .
touched off a controversy earlier -
"What Is this Hitler Germany -
I demanded. when he tried to taperecordhis 1 2rttC
? he
I wife, Rachel, testimony. I n."r.r
I Wolkenstein's
Identified as a member ;
:seated with her children at the Sporn : J L
of the Communist party by ;
s Berecz, contested the legality ofl Imports Large M
: KNOWS THE LAW"In the hearing and sought to make
a recording.
Amount Of
Witness Unruly MilkI
But Texas Democrat Joe R.Pool I
acting chairman of the TAMPA (AP-A Tampa dairy I
I has imported 4,300 gallon of
milk from Nashville, Tenn., an 7"fir
Damage FoundIn amount equal to the entire /

monthly output of some local ,. J.
Sonic Boom producers.It / ((
was one of the first loads ,
Imported since the U. S. Supreme -
Test StructuresOKLAHOMA Court overthrew the Flor- M r j1N
da Milk Commission's rules ...var.r.aw .u nwr. ..r rare s. f "
I "BEST QUALIFIED"! I CITY Okla. governing such shipments.Borden's -esa r uxt.ror... ,. :,t '' e 9 '0 c;'
;. ,.. 4z 1 'r
(AP) Some damage In test Dairy which bought m tr. ,,,
tomes has been found since the the milk would not reveal the
Federal Aviation Agency began price, but the milk was believedto
Successful administrative its sonic-boom program here, I run 5 or 6 cents cheaper per
the months h has
HERE'S Experience but a spokesman said it ls not I
e 17 years in positions of held office,Mr.Kynei has believed that the trouble was

WHY police leadership. performed well. H. is in. caused by faster-than-sound air- Inmater 1.in I 4r.ixli.d ninth .l the tftrtmt Mutk. portion of Flerido WtJntso'oy Mikt. Sliowor on4rtinn4trttrmi
e Chief of security Bartow telligent, personable and planes.In were MottoroW ere the South Atlontio ftato end ever the Ohio sad upper Miuitilppt .
Air BaseS knows the law." a report to the FAA V....'*. IAP Wlro hoto)
Wednesday, two firms'said they .
Chief of Criminal Division of Polk
found cracked wall mirrors, an Honors RequestDETROIT
County Sheriff's Dept extended crack in wood trim Weathercast
Chief of Detectives/ Winter Haven Police and some missing grout Four (AP) A guard A
Dept. louses are used as tests. I fired a warning shot Wednes- Lakeland's skies will be partly ..,.:..
Paratrooper 82nd Airborne Div. WWII The report said the damage I day as prisoner Joseph Van Dor- cloudy through tomorrow, -.-.. B I
Licensed by State Dept. of Education to wu minor and was not believed I en reached the barbed-wire top> with a few late afternoon or
teach Police subjects in adult education due to sonic booms. I of' a fence that surrounds the early night thundershowers. -
FAA has been conducting the I Detroit House of Correction. Westerly winds will blow at 8
of schools.Member .
pubs c
program sonle-boom program since Feb. "Stop shooting." the ZONE FORECASTSA
IJ-year- to 15 miles an hour today diminishing -
Pint Baptist Church Winter 3 to test reaction of people and old Detrolter shouted "I'm ,awe
I PoW MHklot 'Ad..III.n'...14 I cora- to 3 to 8 miles an
Haven, Fla. Jtafwi kr Ikm Kr"...,Campaign.... Cund property to the noise and vibra- 1 ming down." hour tonight and becoming variable - Partly cloudy and mild wr
lon_created_.by the aircraft.MEN'S The guard stopped. at 8 to 15 miles an hour tonight Friday. Lowest tonight -
Van Dosen came down on tomorrow. Moderate humidity \ 54 to 64.

11I 11 the outside of the fence. was expected.The B Partly cloudy through
Police are looking for him maximum temperaturehere Friday. Low tonight near 60. -
I to complete the 70-day! Jail term yesterday was 83 degrees, M
C, D
Partly cloudy through
he got for escaping while servIng the minimum, this morning was
I: Friday. Low tonight in the 60s
time for a previous misde 69 degrees, and no rain fell at
meanor. the city ball weather station. E Party cloudy through
Friday. Low tonight (7 to 70. H
i I F, G Partly cloudy through

1j I! I PL EASE REMEMBER' V.OT'EHOBSONSJRAIN I Variable hour Friday.,winds mostly Low five! tonight south to 13 and miles 66 southwest to per 70. www..jkOaUa+' ts

: H Partly cloudy through
SUMMER FASHIONS Friday. Low tonight near 70. Jack Ruby ,

I, J, K-Friday partly cloudy
BEST 'QUALIFIED, lOR.TAX COLLECTOR with showers becoming more Case Enters

CN.... ... widely scattered. Low tonight
rt mainly in the seventies
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Jack Ruby case enters a rev'
phase today as lawyers begi
by Mirror Test, Campus Togs & Botany y ye TAn ADVANTAGEOf ;formal preparation of appeal*
THE KAMIFERTILIZE SHRUBS documents for the Texas Court]

Newest Styles and patterns Lightweight, cool and or Criminal Appeals.
comfortable Wrinkle-Free Large Group Includes PUNK TREES . . . . . . 88c Attorney Joe Tonahill said hel
hopes to have the |
I matter before
Some Fall Weights Values to $39.95. TE)099 ARBOR VITASREDTOP . . . . . . 88c 'the state's only appellate criminal -
II court within six months.
N HEDGES . . . . 88c Judge Joe B. Brown denied a I

S \ BOTTLE BRUSH . . . . . 88c defense motion for a new trial I
I :Wednesday exactly a month
L LII OYSTER PLANTS . . . . . 88c and a half after Ruby 53 received -

4, HIBISCUS . . . . . . . . 88c Dallas Jury.a death verdict from a

', RED BOUGAINVILLA . . . 88c'GUAVA The former night club opera
tor was convicted of murder |
tA # TREES . . . . . 88c !with malice for the Nov. 24 killing .

,, DOGWOOD TREES . . . . 3.95 i of Lee Harvey Oswald alleged l-1
of JohnF.
r assassin President

ONE GROUP ELM TREES . . . . . . 3.95 >> Kennedy.

LOQUAT TREES . . . 1.59 I Should the Court of Criminal
Coats $1999 Of rule he
Sport . . 2-50 Pound Bags 3.75 Appeals against Ruby
and his lawyers will have to
FILLET rrri turn to the federal courts. Observers -
. 1.00
2.50 Pound 4.95
MEN'SSUMMER Bags say the appeal of the
A verdict could take years.


SLACKS : For May Day

Hogger Hubbord ThompsonAll Orange, Grapefruit, ,Lemon Kwit 2 Bags . . . . 11.50 I MOSCOW (AP-Red streamers

styles and fabrics Including wash Ortho Chinch-1 Col . . . 9.95 decorated Moscow today in

t.'n wear. Values to $10.95.> 3 Year Old 495 VM Powerful -1 Qt. . . 6.29 I preparation for May Day the

OUT THEY GO! rzl 5% Trition Granular big Communist celebration teat
. . 2.95 stems from a strike in Chicago
LAWN EDGERS Trid D.D.T. TritIon-Gal. . 6.95 Soviet tanks and rockets will
688: i ''rumble through Red Square
Friday while Premier Khju.
FORT T8 7995 PETUNIA PLANTS II shchev and visiting Algerian
2 PAIR $13.00 u To 3 Trays 1.00 'President I Ahmed Ben Bells
: watch from atop Lenin tomb
Jayson BVD Formfit Hand or Power REG. 69c WHILE THEY LAST II It will be the anniversary ota
I strike in 1888 that led to blood
? shed in the of Chlc
streets pu.
SPORT SHIRTS ACTI. DIONNE FOR POILDEW 129up >I Beginning In France in 188,
o I ON ROSES I I May Day has been celebratedby

Short Sleeves Latest designs' { Socialists and Communist

Wash C Values'n Wear fabrics Sizes S-M-L .. FERTILIZE NOW! workers'around the solidarity world as the day ot

to $4.00.
1 6.6.6 2 Bags . . 2.70 Scotts Bonus 2 Bags . 11.50

3 $IOOn w I Milorganite 2 Bags . 5.90 Gro Tone 100 Ibs. . . 4.95 I I r1

For Scotts Turf Builder 2 Bags 9JO Gro Tone Pellets . . . 5.15L I.-fleer

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The excess of export Aver imports average per capital' annual Thursday, April 30, 1m U
in Gabon grew larger In come, though only (110, I la In'l LAKELAND LEDGER,
1963 than It was In '$2 The by African standards.
t Let's Play BridgeBy

.P w w ,

In the last decade of World 'AK,432 fin
Championship play the natural V 105 CT M g
bidders have had all the worst 4 JT5 pUflORE
of matter against the protagonist .108'U +
of artificial system WEST EAST'Q31011473

Apart from the long series of / bT
talian victories In the Bermuda V78 VAKQ114Aglos2t'1643 3 4 ;
Bowl with the help of the *
Neapolitan and Roman Systems .2" _
the French had the helpof SOUTH (D)
the highly artificial Relay 4AJ '
System In winning world titles J s
in 1956 and 1960 .Q tit >im

Many (voice* have been "AKQJ9874
raised In protest against artificial Both tide were vulnerable.
system, both in the South West North East r
United States and Great Britain IV 1 A Pas 4. pii I L
and Terence Reese, the 3 A Db!.. Pass Pass I i 16t)

British export, argued that Pass
artificial methods should be West led the seven of heart.
barred in International competition t4
would have
pats certainly
Apart from the Insoluble -
been better than the actual
problem of drawing a double, which implied some
clear-cut dividing line be- club strength and discouragedEast _
tween natural and artificial, from bidding further It ; -L's
there was never any serious will be seen that five hearts _
prospect of legislative action. by East could not have
Most serious players would been defeated. However, the

rather lose an arm than give defense proceeds East can GIANT GIT WILL CARD-U C.l. John Glass end wife, Annie, lock era. a Giant gal wail cir4iiit
up their favorite bidding methods draw trumps and I establish .4 II r were that! 450 pwtaiti .t Caps K.n4y. Gltim, f.II.4 by a savers case .f Ubyrintliitii
the, and to attempt to ban spades to discard diamond when h. ....'.4 Mi bead In she rMth_ .( kn Columbvt. Ohio, hem, r* systems used by the world losers. w.i r* champions would split the
World Bridge Federation Irremediably Playing in five clubs, it
would seem that there'Is I no
Invents way for South to make more Appalachian Volunteers Help
System than ten tricks, even If the
In 1962, Reese decided to ,defense fails to take three

demonstrate, as part of his tricks Immediately; but with your BANKING open a
crusade against artificiality Distressed Kentucky AreasHYDEN
the help of the defender the
that anyone could invent an eleventh trick materialized
artificial system that would West chose lead
be an unmitigated nuisance. Instead of the to obvious a heart Ky (AP) Like,The volunteers go only to communities If the answers to the 'last CHECKING ACCOUNT
The result was the Little Ma. diamond East heart high knight of old, college students where local residentswill three questions i Is yes then the
sally forth each weekend to pitch in and i
jor, which Is now a misnomer help
tricks and had to shift A vplunteer try to work it Into
In Its original form an open- help the distressed mountain: A $50,000 grant from the Fed
diamond would certainly havebeen folk of .'their schedule. ot First Notional where the location is so convenient and the service Is
Ing of one heart or one spade best however eastern Kentucky eral Area Redevelopment Administration
showed the shorter of a play. but, the cards Instead of armor, hey wear and donations'rorn about the friendliest this side of the Mason-Dixon /line
lay returned
er'* two major suits and less a ,sweat shirts and blue Jeans. private Individuals and POPULAR MELODY
than an opening bid. Not surprisingly spade. They carry hammers and nails, firms finance the project. The NEW YORK UN! Twenty-
this did not work, That was the end of the de- and bring, among other things, grant I II earmarked for sal- nine per cent of the nation's -
too well, and in the 1964 mod- fense. Reese won with the ace big sheets of wallboard aries. Private donations buy elementary and secondary 1zatio1ZaZba1Zk
el one spade' shows a minor of spades, and ran all his The students call themselves materials schools have songs based on .
suit hand and one heart is a eight trump S. West was the Appalachian Volunteers, a The student receive only Notre Dame's "Victory March,"
bid. An squeezed. In order to keep a loosely knit from 19 colleges -
strong artificial forcing group gasoline money and lunch. a recent research project reveals -
spade guard he was forced to who do their bit
opening of one diamond shows want to .
The decision on which schools t
a spade suit, and one club throw both his top diamonds, to help. the
and South's diamond will be worked upon Ogle said 1 According to pull five
shows a heart suit became a winner.Official queen No Membership"We I Is made on the answers to other popular college songs form OF LAKELAND
Having fathered this curious I don't have any membership these questions: ,the basis for an additional 60
system as an esoteric jest, as such. No one carries 1. Will the school be elimi per cent They are Cornell's ". good corner f* bank *n"
Reese proceeded to fall In love High Above Cayuga's Waters,"
any kind of membership card, nated through consolidation!
with his ugly child. Playingthe ChargesPlot Yale' "Whiffenpoof and 2211 South Florida Avenue
Milton Ogle, director of the within one year? If so, no work
Little Major mainly with "Boola-Boola," the Universityof Tel 686-2182 Member I
group, said 2. Is the school genuinely In F.D. ,C.
co-inventor Jeremy Flint he To Undercut But what began as a spark need of repair? Maine's "Stein Song" andWisconsin'
British Masters Pairs I.
won the with four students three months "On, Wisconsin!
in 1963 and 1964 and helped 3. Is It reasonably close to
Great Britain win the 1963 Police WorkingsNEW ago has fanned into a flame the campus from which the volunteers -
involving more than 100 students -
European championship witha will come
working on six to eight
record score 4. Are the county school
YORK (AP) Police projects every Saturday.
The Little Major will make board and local residents will- ,
Commissioner Michael the decided
J. Murphy A* a starter group -

Its here world American on Team May Olympiad debut 1. The when system starts the stroy leaders lay the are effectiveness certain conspiring civil of to his right de de ern IOM Kentucky one-room to work, on schools many some of in of them east the, ing to cooperate' ? 4/o Iwc LIKE IT PRIZE SO TOW!

the less experienced Re-Elect
will surely puzzle partment.He sorely In need of repair. They
teams not to men aid in a speech Tuesdayat have organized recreation and
tion the less experienced spectators a meeting of the Engineer'sClub health education at some of the GLEN DARTY
but whether it will be that indiscriminate schools =>
allegations 1LCO
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of \
effective against is uncertain.opponents It of police brutality are' Resident Help STATE ATTORNEY
equal subjecting policemen to a "cam 'It's' sort of a people-to-
Is possible that Reese will M. P.4. "".. ." es..NLM. '
revert very to his traditional Acol palgn of miss libel. people-- program.. -, Ogle I naid:---- .. .. .. .. 2 Door

moments partnership of crisis.with Schapiro In Eliminates Defrosting Problems. . REFRIGERATORAnd

The deal shown today helped THRIFTY CITY'S . . . :

Reese and Flint win last the NO FROST in the Refrigerator. . '
British Master Pairs
month. The opening heart bid RED-HOT" SPECIALSANOTHER !Ig
was a strong artificial force, NO FROST in the Freezer, too

and Reese. South, was forcedto
show his club suit at the

level unusual of five. Under circumstancesWest these rather SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED!

should perhaps have bid ,
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In 1939, the New York World 1 / Zcbco #202 '
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In 1941, British forces completed err Both For Only"
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The tint
State 4-H Events Day In Florida
will bring tome 200 4-H
Club members to the University
of Florida on Saturday to compete
for top honors in 4-H project

W.activities.W. Brown state 4-H dub
Sidewalk Sale agent Florida Agricultural Extension
Service said the finals
in 4-H dairy judging, vegetable
judging grading and Identification
public speaking, cooperative
and general demonstrations
lamp Judging a tractor open
store contest, and poultry Judg
ing are scheduled for 4-H Events

StAte 4-H Club Council
will hold an organization meet
50,000 WORTH OF OVERSTOCK MUST ing. Election of officers and reorganization
of the council will
.. J :r E take the spotlight Pete Davis
.. lit
BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY REGARDLESS OF : and Harriette Lewis, state 4-H

council presidents both of Perry

COST OR LOSS THURS., FRI., and SAT. [ -L rl! *1 !L r i J L. II11Ik1; I I=- 4-H ing., will Ruth Club preside Milton agent during,assistant and the Grant meet state

SOME FLOOR SAMPLES, SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND, SOME DEMON : -I fiI1 I '" Godwin, associate state 4-H
STRATORS, SOME REPOSSESSIONS, MANY NEW IN CRATES . ((1 1 "a 1I1f'1L.1 : ,11: IIUALITT Club agent are council advis
t '
climaxed with a recognition
program, when the winners will
be announced.To .

DON'T HEED DOH'T WAITS Represent State

S11\R I.s THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE BACK AT FIELDS! Dr. Barney Harris, assistant
lE CASH-CHARGE IT! MATCH Extension dairyman, said that
wEYtR 21 l individuals will vie for
roan a
APRIL\ 30 110 MONEY 1MTWHEAE HOT . . . place on a squad of six from
"( NURS DOWN; PRICES which a four-member team will
of THESE Check Our
a.M Low
10 Fantastically be chosen to represent Florida
MAY 2 TAKE rEARS TO at the National 4-H Dairy Cattle
SURD A'f, I Appliance Prices! Judging Contest in Waterloo
"( N RO Iowa late in September.
FRI. Guernsey, Holstein and Jersey
r cattle including four cow and
two heifer classes, will be Judged.
Four sets of oral and narrative
reasons will be given on
the cow classes.
I: ;SSCC One team from each county
I will compete I la vegetable JudgIng -
grading and identification.
-- ri .I I \ WfS1\\U They will judge three classesof
vegetables carrots, pots-
; VICtOta toes: and onions and Identify
c:; ;: FULLY AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER yep 44 varieties and kinds of vege
tables. They will grade 100
PORTABLE TELEVISION Irish potatoes for U. S. No. 1.
;'\' WASHER ; COMBINATION or not. J. M. Stephens, assistant
', II I PRICES SLASHED vegetable crops specialist,
:Ii I said the contestants will havean
j' PRICES SLASHED PRICES SLASHED WESTINGHOUSE 9900In opportunity to identify vege-
"TY, p.ll-vp .iit..M .... able diseases Insects weeds
.-,< ,,,, .- FAMOUS BRAND and nutrient deficiencies. The
......... ir TV, tarry bandit, top team will represent Floridaat

$ ...ixitlYsl J i $ pull-up ntonna ... ............ OQOO ble the Growers'National Association Junior Vegeta meet.ing

.1..... ..... ""I. 1 SYIVANIAir in New Orleans Louisiana
I TV, front sptaktr,
\ ,n:1io: 0 I bandit, built-in antinnt .... 11900 next December.
) I ADMIRAL Speech Finals Set

If- TV bandit, b.ilMMQOO' Gordon White, assistant! state
ii'' nttnna, with catttr state1 1 1 w 4-H Club agent said that one Ot
r boy and one girl from each :".
r : 10 districts will enter the pu i '
speaking finals A girl I
I f
..... boy will be selected as si
Choice of Bargoini in RCA Whirlpool, I ,r .. I winners.. k
Kelvinotor, Norge, Central Electric end FAMOUS BRAND 4900 One team from each of
Speed Queen, - Family .1..10.*. ft. ---' EtAtlS districts will inter the cooper; S
live demonstration activity
ii' 4\010\\ which is related to the 4-
GENERAL ELECTRIC "bJlII: I I.m-. C Town and Country Project and

';::;' -m choice 12-Ib. lead tf temperatures, lint filter ........ 159 00 ..,+ ,t -.:...;;, .. 12 en. h. .......,..?.....-............ I po"syM 411oHIC is concerned. Dr. with E. W.business Cake, marketing enerprise. --

1'I"I' Extension ,economist is
i FAMOUS BRAND '"""- FAMOUS BRAND 17800 directing this activity.

I 2-cyclt, 12 pound load, 'I' WI m I 2-dr. out. dtfrttt .................. Two teams or Individuals from
I lint filter ................................ 14800 'I 1 .. CONSOLE TELEVISION each district demonstrations will enter, including the genral I

_. food ,:
1 and other subject matter
--- PRICES SLASHED reas,. according to Dr. Emily
--- -III King, state 4-H Club agent whoIs
i iI f
; GENERAL ELECTRIC working with this group.
..' W.MJll! .. IS" with swivel but, 149110 One club member from each
i :
",..L.rW tP. II'I I 1 front speaker .......... district will participate in the
't "
tractor operators' contest. The
1 .... tate winner will to the Re-
ADMIRAL 110 go
'ti :::::;
l. :- \\:,
\ .--.11 I: -W X "I CONSOLETTE .169 gional Tractor Operators Contest -
..... in Richmond Virginia later
I J 21" picture ..? .
...-- I this year. T. C. Skinner, agrl-
lIiiii I cultural Extension engineer, ls
I : SYLVANIA N directing the activity.
YOU DON'TNEED M" COBSOlette, ,189 1
Poultry Judging Planned
I jjl 1'4 t i fl !I grained walnut finish. Lester Kalch, assistant Ext en-

I' lion poultryman, said that on.te.m .
I __ NO MONEY oowNChargeit'
; I ______ GASH per county will Judge poultry -
and eggs. The University
of Florida i Poultry l Science Club
will be host at a chicken bar beat r1
I" .II dinner for the visiting
II "'- ..- ?": ,'_. earns. Herman Jones, president
\ / of the Florida Poultry Indus-

,, -1MHNM tries Federation Jacksonville,
-- will present the first N. R.
dehrhof Poultry Scholarship to
MOtOR0U1 a University of Florida agricultural -

: '1'1.' : .'{- : .Tj ,A {_: i ;I : .... : . ICl 4\C101 cue.Agriculture student The State will during Department award the a barbe-$100 of

AND OTHER (?AMCiys H&ME; AIR CONDITIONER PRICES SLASHED! oato>II scholarship individual in to the the poultry high-scoring Judg-

ng. The Florida State Poultry

!. I ======= .... ". 11 STEREOS ward reducers'a plaque Association to the top team.will I 1 .j

I II E ...r..:1--:1 I' : ;': i, p ;II ; :i PRICES SLASHED The selected top to county represent team Florida will be atthe '

= I 111II111 ADMIRAL National Poultry Judging
S === : ".J..II
.I'' =__=_==-_-- '. II I 23" TV, 4-.,.... 279 fall Contest Kalch in Chicago said. ILL. in the
--- ? "'"
r ,
ti; -___._===r. l = : stern ttmb.FAMOUS _,, The Florida Egg Commission
rwr.r=== \: HAND will award a plaque to the team
4 speaker, 40 watt sttrte coring highest in egg Judging,
with AM-FM end FM steno and the Florida Hatcheries and

4000 BTU 6000 BTU 9000 BTU 10,000 BTU 14,000 BTU radlt ityllnf, Italian Prtvlntlal, ... 19900 feeders a trophy Association to the high will-scor pre.sent .- I

4-ipttktr steps with AMFM -

$94 1 28 9 48 184 _walnut NO retie weed,MONEY Brained_. STOIC DOWNrot. 1QQ00 l_$ 9 Will Future Nurses\\\ Honor'NursesDistrict Group

12 of the Florida

LAKELAND U. S. 92 East at Rose St. II QUALITY I DISCOUNTS future Nurses Lakeland nurses Association General at its will meeting honor at
I I Th. true measure That Inton' Hospital Mon-
I :Iii.I Q/d of value guaranteedALWAYS. I tech saving ...,. day night
OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 10 P.M.; SUNDAY Noon to 7 P.M. I EVERYDAY. A highlight of the meeting
which is to begin at I o'clock,
will be the presentation of a
scholarship to a prospective
student nurse for either a thrttyear -
or four-year program.
In addition, films about nurs-
big will be shown.

April 30, 1114 I!
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het TlaanN, Con .Ie. .a. W. I
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8anlhole .I.IF" let ..c. aDd

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wn dlrorc.
N.nt Yy xamy ".. Rkturd. BarXl .
Irobs Canlgnorm.Na. Colny.orlA dlrorc I I'::'',Aansl. .vita LAST!!

Laffany Drone ro. Itrnbl Do.-
Mien Llhaotlla roapnlull .nhanY
Ion, dlrorN -
PWrIr4.' ..,,Ioul.: I ''Itt. n. Grady 1MLo"c:3

:: :1'to Lin:ford ft, DoI. tan.WInd. .-
AI.n Carp 0' Pea HI ft
Clef of Lal.lyd. "*. s4..p.c Hk

*.wrfnrmyr.a, ',o.a vs. Dorolb .

Ihlrln dIroKO M. Rsrlmn ts. Wallam O.

xulmy_. furore... and __ I I II

10_ *on Ann, dlimiuol B Mono tar. Jobs Barn MOT

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aetldH . *t u<. u
L.oni HrdllJi.1' '
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elr.t P'edrral' Bann,' and toon Aun
of at. Prter.bur. ett ? charK
r NnromM el al, eumit'ri llni
'I J.1 derre Muon* fnnrlo.ln.tou' foment ranrlia.Corp.. .t*' N I q ; :,. IIId6olulmll dmhllppq i9p' / I I I I
ted Contrartora Ino., ate. Ind hIIII ' HI o II I
Unlled Con.trurlion Coro .Le. ... I ( ul!
e.a!,1 GA.r drone :: ..i."VwwUrt I final Iy

r.:rrir N':UnMasilef' .:mOr4.A;n. .
t. Jam. F Mrcoll. Hi. final Ins 1 1 uIr I

fc o:1.kjff: : :::ri nortf William ai. I. IItllb -, .

Henrr Nor nvr.L Frantll .e Built A. ,
Priori.,. order lor drln 'jSPINNING
,tut std Flyer A M.Bering......., Bask.u. M.1 iTh. <.. .1...ai JI.on., (Idal li ] # 300 ,::
C1tre7 for rBenn: morhue.' i iI' Mitchell
tdesna. Ai of.t(>oilrn =
erry : u>. fin a I
dorrt forocloeln* morUnl*, '
Ktll iI I
KitMrIMn fin
Jo.r.dMm Bl.hop foroilMinc MrCLlUn mor 4yebILe:: Robert ... Jwlields J ,
MrTltllin final diK-re. dworr.no ;
.. Otadm.n. > Willard Olodnu. fl. 1 I
nol d er" dlvotrvTliomM REEL
Bhir n Bonnl Tart Sh.ri .. 1 1\\ .
/ i J I
AIMfIuse.::nerva i ct";, tumosr. final 4 .

.Hubrt drub T DorN.nIlnn v. Prsnc* Do"".*. F i "1,1,
I"I"Ih" =
tin. drcre* "
Bdlth U.lei HrlHin L.r.i Tl U ALUCM _
,Mooh C. flnol union....Jr r.*.. dlvorr ti. Jo* Huihe.Ino .. :' QU LITYiu ''Ili 1288
ot PI H Huihe. Jr II I
ind O.ll R.tlui.flx. final Judim.ntIt :II1I I I '

.for: .d".doo"....dr. Lrt. dark final. decre.rnov s :: I DIS000N1 :, icI
nf dUihlllti.i of non MeFlret : :1,1,111'111 I III IIIIli J
,.. ID 11'li' !
Federal .U l and Loin A am claselifetime I
.( IIP..,*.>fevr(. .t&.. ft. RanrND..bo. performance
etc. el .1 final doer*. 1 I ; 'it!" I JI Smoothest
p ... : 111111'1 depend.
"'; :: ) rI
"Moulin:\ :Media. ) final . z.
I v. Viral MUler "I 1 sc, beauty
;i d"'r.. Il.ern, IIIII l111,11 I "eight 1
COUNTY P'-COURT 111' li, I"1"' : i'l' :;, I Ii I ability. With exclusive

.Annl.dry of JII1..tto prooiio.Johann". 01". '........ .r- 1 iHi !"" ,: I '1 t l!l!l! l I I!III! Y '"' N l i:ilj gear train- Folding' handle : I

,"mfttlnVwlll r b'fowd dneaaud, filerdcM ad- i i :I ," Jlllelill I IIj II jIIhIIIIIII I ?... ," / ":, .J A.rtierica'1WOMEN'S fovo lte. 11IJ
Ulrhul A Cunneen <4, order j
'th.Irln.t>Vi l.ff add Robby WMi
., tiaff. nilnora. order apD0latlyyudl.n II

Lacr I Bloin. .Ie.. dcaxd. order of I
T --
prbra Mart Butt. minor ippolnllni 1I

i 1 birr luirKiin Princnonodmli.. ..... /staabd. ordor o. e .
.. .
,JM u>n B. 1 Harold tlssaoM .rdOf 01 California Dresses I

p.lla ao".dmlnlo'ro'loD.M. Rkn.t"d""d...... ao" '" .
ori* Wlllard Kulhanr, donaMd. *r-
Turpln din of o.rttd.probat dto._4, ordr of proMillie 1 and linen
Sleeveless cotton cotton
M.S, III.... dMa*>4, ord.r of art !
V.rtln\ McRlnne .,.. oMoawd. ord. styles. Sunbocks scoop necks,

of .idmlnuintlnn COUNTY COURT high necks. Sheath or full skirts. $
tart' Im.non Muruy Ion.lwnwo U. Wlntrr H. I Brilliant California colors Junior
...n, and Mary 8ueaa 8mIUl. 11.
I>'Winter ia Marina H...Tawhton.. II L.kl I nd. betites, juniors, misses and half,
and Cberrl Ann Read 1 1. Un.l.nd :
IiA"DI..Campbell Clrdr wuime, 30 Uk.ltnd II. Lok.land I and 1 sizes. I SSE:2.1\
Tin Paul Rua. 70 l.uYrland.sad
Ann. Loulio' v.rwll tt Uk.ltnd lr
Lars Tbomo nll 13 t.H'l.nd. and ,
turn Krrntrr 21 "
?. maple Wtrrrn Frx.r. 10. Ijik.lind !
and Ovum Ruth Thorn. U LktBobbr > Blouses
LeA rr rladies' Sleeveless .8 t
Burl C.'...r. tl Lak.l.nd
, Sid krtind"Clvi Annl I. Pitrttl llorntb tl a ; I a J'I .
Wlnlni PUnt Cllfond 1 2 Assorted .
\ n Rot.r : styles, hi and med .
BtrbtrB Ann Lo. > 10 PUnt selection of collar styles.
) : cla.Charon. Humid H.rr.ll II' I..k.l.ndonou Large ."0 1 pumps, flats, to name /lust a I
Pan Ctlloit. U. t.la 0 from of pastel i
Choose array
I Lt"rd: Ralph mllMB. It Lak.land a 78 c f. few styles. Most all/ sizes. Shop ,1

End. Dl.esIsar.oIlul.RabnwnNr., colors Our regular price Is ,137.1
i : .eb 11 Laka II early for best selection
la'r'i' <'jtill.n Llndiar. M Auburndilt, blouse. Size 32- II
Save 59c each
I end M....rla. Carroll 1Aug.n- I : on 1.--

Jou..nddanedd:: bona f4r cb.rL11.IMr_ I 38. 1

be.Thomy. Win John...n. It L.kelind. I 1r
Lady Kir Albrlttoi II Bir

Wien: ''''.. .as rams....... tl. li Labs1 :: '=- : i S.-- _ _..': - 1A
and Toaehlo. h.'L - = '
and I
Tyr Irks h art.. 21. Tart MPld' 22
and 5.11' IoY Port|
John Mead.Men. Wood :: ::'I: .rte 1 GalonSize I
I N.II IIrl.klUld Wood. 4a. L.k.l.nd II Electric I
1 Will am L mar D. 91. like iand and y Oster ;
Joy JMUIID McCord Jl. Bt PeUiiUona'd -

KIT Faulkner. 97 Winter H.-| I = PLASTICTRASH .
vrn. and Birbara Watson Bak.r 31 Pan i
Winter Haven I
drank Irrln Diweon. 12 Bub.. and Fry
Plorrlr I Minis B t'ii. 44' artoW r - -rye \
i'i'i, aodreRubr HenWS Winter Powell Ita.44 r ;

tdB.rb;'.... I ,.e
) : Blmmonl' 14 Hahn cats -
and Malta Ln Binneiu, I'J. H..... t 'r CANt
Cat. 1 t
Outs .M

1"f ft;.r.rt Hoikln.. and Jr Transfer. mill aeons, Tae : I \\1 I .tom 497Com 1197 !

Laa.land the re.tBlirdl';=lo."cl lP.cUlZtake : : I __ fH=:
sled at, ;:,r- .
and., rs. Launden W Hcotl H.roer and *Cle.nenIne tc.. Bird I = 1 __. ,. V.I... .
action, /IJI Oil / .
-- HI I
I..."" R. Por r roaat.l.r.*der.aed order I p Mad of cores ; Completely lmmersbe, In't '

p admttin. ,Mrtilied dK.awd Iranwrpt, ordr .l ..roI s= .' rugat.d poly. and controls andcord .: I
.Mader -- thyUrw" Won't lid r.
.. 'r=== dudes, .
CIRCUIT COURT __= ruit chip or one far _: r
...... '. crackSnapLock Buy
AI 11.1.1. 1Murance Cr. [,a I'X I := I
.re" e 1 10th
non Trurllus damaars.Ca II.Tia,"I- ttvdIrtlon ---_ $ _ covtr: 6 Mother's Day, May t'-:-
and Rarnash.Hdoeia tne our '
d.ma.w.In60 Charm OriffitB. u 10. clU action r 4 ) HALF PRICE totyrfoktleon ; I

"Poll Plninr* Corp att. t. Plate '
Para Mutual Auiomoeil. Imuraac.Co I -. .i 1
., tic? ciotl avtioB damaiea InriretC' ," "'u __

.::NLmi: *In f*lakeland., tk cioil, tk.attlooJe.eUV >l r .i-4-s _"-'-"':'''' ,., =: f = :t ; 1

\ Pollock *t. Laid PollockC I r

'rol'.tenn"winlfred* Atklnaon Atklneon, ditorceAmovkeac YA CanutlEi r r PLASTIC 45 .P.M. I

, atria Bank *tr V. W I
1 Ham R r rrer .1 ui. inolHai. forbb *- RECORDS t : I
rr HANGERS .- Powerful 20-Inch :
> *. aou ui.rsh: BelM fo-owutor"and Benlre ttr : I

\ ,.Trdwal C.. tie Katlonal tuormee Mornai lorecloaur A..n. .i I ; ROTARYMOWER
el John u<.W Biorua Loni.*forecloiur t ui Ira. D. T.Lff 6 44j 7 i :
'ldunrorN.B.. Jooti >e. Jam* W. Jonee dlJeffereoB -i I I For

.B.(hop. In.... ek to 'AN.. I I Rec.nt hitl. Top nomi ortlsls. '
"o..n. Ina .or. ce colon,
protect your
Assorted ,
Yuae Be n Slack up now i
f )4dsnwal I
:: .; 'il
dot Ad.li a ua t.a.a.O BlpT I clothe from rust or hanger marks
....... ... ., _
rlltt'j. Iron WI. De "":: ; ,
:YIoI.'Dru ft. _pli Lee Dr..... dlJtooen.lt I T a'" lVo. .

" 7< rare. Duncan fi Johnil M..I IDoo. ::

".vr.rtd i I 3487
p.er I !
Y Pull D.nne. der., .-"ar e... CJ
Steal i: 4 '
:" 0.1.5 Bay of eluOd.nd. vs II"Ssysusr .I I Iia.l I Paperback ,
Donald' S Oaf sod DooiI OH
.I' .
: I !r I
yeltN ..
.... L. Len" uaLU.unman IID.'i' Books
. 31
'h ) II I
rar W MaMltallii Rarmond H Mar| 3 HP engine. Cuts through the
\ ehil. foal locus ol iniruln> nt
I Iprtn.l4Id deals. .r. 01150n.'baen: \ : I and 55,1.aI.. Sinai es I I 10h\ P by toughest jobs with ease, easy I

Toll Count last. tfic Judiment.. vs M.nln" .nt Breeel do rlauaaL pull recoil starter. Adjustable r
iiut .. I* Sn Ma P.edl .
: r Hurry for belt .tlcction If-. cutting heights'nurlda" r
auanurpdaN Lambs Co *ie. ft i O '
Over 40 titles Stock up now
judimeni lor
J Hull final I I
K Pollock and Harrr J Pollul at this price
.. Adam.Hsrnkola"estm.a4. lac A'
.......ent lot plaintillaSPECIAUZED I o 1LAIELAND
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JOB I 0 '
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= -::' -"'-' ::

'only TULSA.custom Okla Industrial>-As Tulll"I -.rDAV. VlO. I
:glower Walter Jenkins twists.

pulls glass, Into bends an, pushes endless and array blows of! U 5 92 East at Rose 51 Open.DAILJ '10 A.M. TO 10 ,.M. Q .tJ QUALITY the only trYe "'...",. thaI DISCOUNTS gene' y1u indent
flasks, condensers and columns SUNDAY NOON TO 7 P.M r i .f "III" .".,."t.... I tech la.'nq qua'II..d

for laboratory use ALWAYS. EVERY DAY,
Wben be Isn't busy producing

.various sizes shapes and types
If glass used In research work.

the 39-year-old man pursues his

/Jwbby-making glass novelties. .
such as figures, vases and ani



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II LAKELAND LEDGER, Gavins MarkAnniversary Bands
College Reading -
Thursday, April JO, 19M L iiiiiiij

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Plan Concert TomorrowThe
Mr. and Mn. J, W. Gavin
1636 Wayman St., celebrated
., .. their 39th wedding annlvertary Florida Southern College on this program will be "Clock
with a family reunion at Concert Band and the and Dresden Figures" by Albert
KlNGSWOOD their home. W. Ketelbey, with Miss
FSC-Lakeland Reading Band
The Gavins are the parents Susan Snodgrass as guest
of nine living children, five will present a Joint concert piano soloist
sons Jack of Gainesville tomorrow night at 7-45: o'clockin Miss Snodgrass Is a-..enlotat
Mack Ben, Nicky and Andy the Branscomb Memorial Lakeland High School and
and four daughters, Mrs Auditorium on the college the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Betty Caldwell Mrs. Wanda Ernest Snodgrass She Is a.
Grimes, Mrs. Syble Sexton campus.Both student of Mrs Roscoe N.
and Miss Toni Gavin, all of bands are under the Skipper. ,
Lakeland. They have 11 grandchildren direction of Dr. Kenneth An-
Among the selections to be
derson. presented by the reading bandar
The college band composed "Suite From the Water ,
entirely of students enrolledat Music" arranged by Hamilton '4 ai ![ AtktA.IAI Si11N r
the college will present a Hardy "Procession of Nobles"by erwr ,watrts
Leidzen, "Italian Polka"by ,a s rr+wl IMSVrxNw atelsDl
WI WOODS"Four program of traditional and Rachmaninoff and "Reinzl "1 f1108R.
music IncludIng
Overture" by Richard Wag
"Marche Slav" by Tchal- ,, _....
.. .. --
nero 11 VA! "'I"1" "'7-" ;
kowsky, "Folk Song Suite" by The concert Is part of the
years ago, I R. Vaughn Williams "Beatriceet college's early observance of
I and .
Benedict" by
National Music Week which
Mode two Important "Manhattan Vignettes" b y Is being celebrated nationallynext FLORIDA SOut1IERN COLLEGE CONCERT BAND, plo' land Reading Band tomorrow at 7:30: pm. In the Branscomb
pledges-to give Stuart. week. lured above, will present a concert Jointly with the FSCLakeMemorial Auditorium on the Florida Southern College campus
The Reading Band mide up

14 government put you your a voice countygovernment and to In i.-of the-brief musicians county---intermission.- -- will-from- _perform. throughout.-Featured. --aftera . -, News About 'FoLIc''Round About PolkMrs. I

I' on a Speaking of' Wigs

business-like basis. br philip ALTURAS-Mrs. R. E. Stevens John A. Volgt Mr. and enburger of Lake Garfield der Mrs. Ralph French Mrs.B. der. The visitors also were
/ Mrs. John A. Voigt Mrs. GlenP. B. Register Mrs. L. W. honored at the Kapok Inn in
The record proves I Ik If will remember manager of the Alturas Mrs. Ellis Varner, Mr. and I
The other day
you Howard Mrs. Victor Lan- Eates and Mrs. Stanton Lan- Clearwater at a luncheon.
have kept faith with there was an editorial Elementary School lunchroom, Mrs. Carl Hielacher, Mr. and
I In the paper telling about the attended the state lunchroom Mrs. >I. R, Hielscher, Mrs.
w v I ask you now
<( you. trickery In wigs In L,
association convention James Young, Syble
to keep faith with [Nowdays buy a when wig Jacksonville recently where Young, Mrs. J, B. Green Jr.,
me I if you are not she received an award for Mrs. Peggy Smothers, George
t for careful you will having 91 per cent of the Trap, Mr and Mrs. Leland
: K$' ;>r get anything school children eating In the Young, Scotty and Lisa

from horses hair lunch room. Young, Mrs. Nicholas Albrit-
to other animal
i ton and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert II"r
i hair which bears Mrs. Jesse L. Baker at-
DEDICATED a close resemblance tended the Lakeland District Vinfcent: Wojteczko. son of
WIN' i h: I.beware or-oriel-Also Methodist ministers' wives' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wojteczko,

GOOD II PHILIP I tal hair that has luncheon In Lakeland at the has arrived home from overseas
with the armed
duty' ,
been colored to look European. home of Mrs. Caxton Doggett. .
forces. He was honored at a t
Re-elect. I These wigs are sold at unbelievable Members of the cast of welcome home dinner at the ti! :
cheap prices and even "Mr. Co-ed," annual play presented home of his grandfather,
the opposite. That is why a wigIs the Alturas PTA William Wojteczko. Others _
ever so personal and should by present were Paul and Carolyn .
FLOYD be carefully considered. players, were a Wojteczko, Mr and Mrs. i

Goodnight Mrs. Most. party at the home of Mr. ,John Petrenko of Wauchula, __ C
County Commissioner 1 I and Mrs. Isaac Albritton. Miss Blanche Petrenko of
((53rd. of irlti> Those present were Mr. andOver Lakeland, Mrs. Mary Werner
I Adv. and children Mary Lou and
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Bobby and Adolphe Wojteczko.

v' MS Her The BEST! Visit Son

p Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Duck
worth visited their son Glen
v ON in Sarasota.

has Mrs.Mrs.Blanche W G. Nelson Croonquist and

I Mrs. O A. Johnson of Still-
\ water, Minn., as house guests. SPEAKING OF SORORITIES Is what Mrs. W, R. McKemie, left; and Mrs. E. H. Me
: She honored them at a lunch- Mullen are doing as they exchange notes over the coffee cups and "Speaking of Sororities"is
Q eon and bridge. Those present the title of the program slated by Panhellenic of Lakeland tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Brans- I
were Mrs. Dolores Heidel comb Memorial Auditorium. The event will acquaint guests graduating senior girls and their
of Bartow Mrs. J, E. Franks mothers with the sorority program. and will be held in the Audio-Visual Annex. ,(Ledger

I ti i I Photo-Harper.)

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EASY BUDGET TERMS Problems At The World's Fair '

TAKE UP TO 24 ..

ON THE BALANCE 1ao..Lpobml.:
NEW YORK How to use the year is over are facing Reviewing her experienceover

your budget for the establish ahead.today and in the months many years as editor ofa
ment of a new home as wise- magazine directed to the
1 Edith Evans, editor of the
o REFRIGERATOR ly as possible making each former magazine. Living for interests of young homemakers -
dollar perform H full service Young Homemakers now Mrs. Evans says
in the overall picture of ambassadorial-Urge for the that these are the questions
9.8 Cu ft Total Capacity .rugs, furniture fabrics Pavilion of American Inter- every young woman planningher
50 Ib. Frir Capacity household equipment and accessories lore, New York World's Fair first home should ask
3 CaIn., Shelves LeOaCELpiN ? has valuable advice for these herself:
gin 9 Storage P AND THIS IS This is a problem hundredsof new homemakers.Her Am I being wise In the selection
L Butter S109alivaia young brides or young first two suggestions of colon, choosing
Dial Sol Defrosting WHAT YOU GH! women who will be before are appraise your budget those which we will enjoy
i DIlIVIU'I Aluminum 'Ice Trays (f21 1. carefully and be knowledgeable without regard to time? Are
H. IM .f .ryes. about the 1964 home furnishings
the colors for the upholstered
_! 2. 0.. ...Wv H..t. !lotH. budget. In the quest pieces l Interchangeablefrom
159 '' .1J for knowledge in home furnishings room to room?
OM ...Uy family .Inwa.AH from living room to"* Are the pieces of furnitureI

d' 4. __cory ...!. I I.Amazing laundry, the homemakertobe am selecting well designedand
C ONLY $2.50 A WEEK A.,... ... play fr.. dad as Soft Cushion will find the Pavilion exhibits will we want them In
.... IM W placed/ here short but intensive
t* d.sehNS. y.sv. a our home In the years to
t .v buy. .ny r.hlewt.r. .nick ..'. ...., ,lay** e MM, yes R b* U.S ICLPt ClVt YOU course in beauty style comfort come? Am I buying only
t *''f the t.aPoMi y lIt to fc.it plev'>* I* nlmtMtCOMI ""'
"r A TIGHT FIT and practicality for the with the mind of
.' f.mlly. Htlnt' .kl s do Vv IN AND in us rtovi m thought in
q lit year family'i ".*.... TDAOt INS w FOR REAL COMFORT! home, according to Mrs. filling vacant spaces and acquiring -
CONDITION AUTOMATIC In this $2,300.000 Pavilion be discarded as soon as we
WASHER CO. ZO DENTAL CUSHIONS_ with walls of glass, 120 ex- can afford something else?
Down hibitors, representing prestige Am I allotting my budget
Delivers sos S. Florid. Av*. namea in the home furnishings intelligently so that the
-I $ 9SIIutpni.rr Ph. (2-1145 Uktl.xJ. industry will show basic pieces are given first
$10 Choice M llbtral Op. ftU.i I."i",. their merchandise In displays consideration with the less
Only m Jr Jr T>..i-i" from model rooms to educational important things to be acquired -
I I.' .. $3.00 A WEEK AII..c.I" exhibits. later if necessary?
I ''i] I Z 1.3 Cycle
f)All! Porcelain
rrt .I 1 Dt bah wmhjngWrm "We .1
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.I All Of Us at Grove Park


.t Shopping ,Center Love Moms!
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2-DOOR : on the finest merchandise
REFRIGERATOR . available for Mother's Day Gifts.
With N. Freip $ > CQ95 with $3.25 $,o
12 cu. h. ,< ?7 tr.... .wk DOWN DELIVERS $100 pet w..h

Oh, by the way, Mother's Day

HOTPOINT 50 Associate Stoop Serving Florida p ry Is Sunday, May 10th

.M..1 W. S. Bodcock Corp.

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.Cet/",,, b.l.n lakeland Aiioclato Store AND WE'RE OPEN NIGHTS TIL 9 P.M.
619.701 North Florida Ave.
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i, k Meetings Scheduled

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Q pixieland, Webster Avenue Mrs. R. W. Baker, hospitality ? , LAKELAND BRANCH
r :. and Kathleen Junior High chairman, will serve re y 1(14 W, Ollx Ph. 612.1511

, School Parent-Teacher Association freshments. Ldkd.nJ, rl..
>n v will meet tonight at
t Kathleen Junior High
v, 7:30 o'clock at their
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I ,, Y ., et [ schools ai tollowCDIRIELAND : Mrs. John C. Hamilton
a PTA president, has announcedthe I a
x Kathleen Junior High PTA

Dr. Thomas B. Metcalf will meeting will be held in the 1 E 9
, speak at the Dixieland Ele school cafeteria. "Know Your
Elective Musical.! will be
,. mentary meeting.
Mrs. O. B. Gaines( who has discussed by Ervin Hamme.
I been manager of the school New officers will be Installedby
lunchroom for 17 years and Is Joseph Gillen, coordinatorof .WM N
- retiring, will be presented a Guidance Service for Polk

gift by Mrs. June Davis, on County. '
MODELS PORTRAY THEME at the annual Donor Luncheon per; and M.,. Leonard Wolf, Marie Antoinette.( The decor behalf of the teachers and Refreshments will be served ? '
I of Temple Emanuel Sisterhood during the event at the arranged by members echoed the theme of the wig and PTA members. All the schoolchildren by the hospitality committee, I
Temple yesterday. From left are: Mrs. Robert Shore as Cleo fashion show that highlighted the affair. (Ledger Photos- have signed a card Mrs. R. H. Yamitz, chairman. I

pacts; Mrs. Ronald Krusch Japanese; Mrs. Ned Sinder, Flap. Harper). for Mrs. Gaines .__ I IIn

I Officers wUl be elected and
Mrs. Vera Silks, principal, I
DATE BOOK will Install them. Extra Special Purchase

Mrs. E, Snow Martin III,
JJdj go ,7D 'i1lm2finrJ chairman of the Key Educa '
I tional Fund, will explain( that FOR MOTHER'S DAY
the fund has been establishedat
r the school In of y ,
(Editor's Note Beginning UULA.A memory
'' Sunday, May 1, the Date Book and junior uId AAT eYlle p........DrlmarT watercolor the late Mrs. Albert Key, Contributions
Y and oil at t 30 aM Mr,. will be accepted '
and Calendar will
I Religious WinlfrM arlhilmtr and Tom Wil
i" be published !in the Sunday ton from Initrilclort.} to 1 tm.Adulu Mix ptlnttnc orn.itatarot elwi anytime during the year to be ; White HATS
G edition of The Ledger only.Notices . ., Instructor, ill at Lodilcl used in support of educational I '
of meetings to be held aoeurr 1rsw. needs that .may arise
during the following week .. at Hn Wlbor." Thott InirtiUd at the school. Mrs Martin I
mar tluod nttllni and r.
should be submitted In writingto YN Itndlnt llbrarr. will acknowledge the contributions
the Date Book editor by .AIIT NOAIa .A..OI CLVaalNOaA made with the ap and a glorious array of colors. New styles and
U '.JO m. rt
Wednesday noon for the Sunday horn of. MnmtM.t" Barrow..%.. I. proval of the PTA and Mrs. "
OrtnitCITRUf shapes for Mother's Day -
edition.) Silks. ?y
t. tr.d dlah ou' d p m, ann Mrs. j .
Fraser .
tartf t.blft for: hob..T al.plar an] Ray will present .a Set yourself In more than
coDUil drawt for ludtlni, a plaque at the meeting
A < l.II.L..O OCIATION CNA/TIN PITIDID 1M, NaTIONAL In tribute to Mrs. Key, t ;yet one at this tiny price.
pr CIVIL IMPLOVI. eovtrtd dith dinntr. -
''t' H Coordinating noon, lollo...d bit ntrunt at Webster Avenue
t ot Ma.nollaBttUdini '
1 pm' ,In bMirtifnl. Y/
Cl o w CtnltrPUMWAOI
l eAle. tpontort brilotciuft The final PTA meting of
Council Sets At Proovtd.or will Laktland b:' utH, 101 lot a dental Pint Webster Avenue Elementary I''

health caUdrta prxram. for andrrorlrllru/. School auditorium.will be Mrs.held Rosalie in the t 1,,, 5 .c

Dinner Meet Grazlano's second grade class .
will present t program on
Palmer . ..
Shorty "Mothers in the Forest" I l

The coordinating Council of And His Wife The nominating committee, i A
Mrs. Jack Day, chairman will
t v, Women's Organizations will To Be Honored present a slate of officer to
+ craw tr.J hold its installation dinner tomorrow be elected. Those elected will
? ,. mr at 7 p.m, at the Cadet be Installed by Mri. C; J, i
Restaurant. The prke of the }I. L. (Shorty) Palmer, English Jr., president of Lake
1 I. a w dinner is $225 per person candidate for Supervisor ot land Junior High PTA. \ HATS SECOND FLOOR
t Mrs. A. Bruce Harris, a past- Registration for Polk County,
rsN ,. president of the Council and and his wife Eloise, will be .- -

, ; ; Woman of the Year for 1958, honored at a coffee tomorrow '
will be installing officer. from 10 am to noon at Polk

Officers to be Installed are: Federal community room, y !
-_._- --.--- Mr*. Albert Hickerson, president Southgate. r
; Mrs. Henry J. Wunder- Hoste.se win be Mrs. Del. .
lich, vice president; Miss IrisC bert E. Allen, Mr. S. H. r ,..t
WHICH IS WIG Philip of Philip' Coiffures fits a becom a u dill l secretary Mrs. Brower, Mrs. Carl Kircher, rt.
I ing black wig over the dark tresses of Mrs. Melvin Estroff Charles F. Eickenberg, treasurer Mrs. James Ledford, Mrs.J. .: '.
during the wig show that was a feature of the Donor Luncheonof : Mrs. George H. Borde, W, Mallon and Mrs. Joe T. ... : .", ..
the Sisterhood of Temple Emanuel yesterday. parliamentarian; and Miss Maxwell. '
Fannie Pope, past president 1: "t1.
will be installed as a three :v" P'f

I News Of f Our Youngest year The director.Installation will picture ., ".Qlht..iT",' .

include the Invocation program by the 211 Et Main , Ltkoltnd 7 *' I I'N f#

LAKELAND GENERAL Schoonover, 302S Hickory, council chaplain, Miss Josephs framingMATS ot..N, 'f' "'"

HOSPITALMr. NW, daughter, April 26. Ratliff Introduction of guests,
and Mrs. John W. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison L. Mrs. Charles Cook, council G,
president musical selections, 1.
White 1111 W. Eighth St., sea Thornhill, Lucerene Par k Mrs. Thomas E. Blount, soloist SUMMERTIMEWJicit

April 28. Road, daughter, April 26. accompanied by Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mr*. Marlon F.BlackweD. -
LAKE WALES HOSPITAL D. NicholU; Installation of
1003 Waynesvllle,
officers, followed by Mrs.Hickerson's .
daughter, AprU 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Me- PORTRAIT GLASS Eas"t.:.

Mr. and Mr. James Mot Micklns, Route 3, son, April and presentation acceptance of the speech paltpresident's the Livintj Is ,

singer. Mulberry, daughter, 13. gift. Ashe Photo
April 28 Mr. and bin John Cothron, Mr. Marvin H. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ellis 213 Ridge Manor Drive, son Garden Club president, is in
1412 E. Lemon son. April 28. April 19. charge of decoration and Service Y

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Mr. and Mr. Robert Robinson Mrs. George H. Barrie cor- IN ARNEL ?
Kirkland Eagle Lake, son, 3 20. 1049 South Florida 4
Route ton, April (age*. Place cards will be :.
AprU 28. made by Mrs. Catherine Far 688-1321 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hamilton row, Altrusa Club president. ,
Lithia son April 28. .. r r g
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy F. Mrs. Norvell/ .r

Harvey. Plant City, daughter I
April 28. President Of
Mr. atu Mrs. Nathan F. CoNNiE says N J y '

Huiwucker, 1218 Buena Drive, Pioneffe BPW '

daughter April 28. Our Stack Heels I dr trI .

WINTER MAVENIOSPI7AL Newly elected officer of
} Pionette Business and Professional i
I "Cooronfees Superb fit and Comfort" r r Mf.y
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Women's Club havebeen
Addison. Haines City son, announced a* follows: I
AprU 22. Mr*. Rebecca Norvell president I '
Mr. and Mr*. George E. Mrs. Doretta Borde and i I t
Fettle Bartow, son, April 22. Mrs. Juanita Thompson, vice I 4/ Q99AAAA i 'r ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas presidents; Mrs. Katheryn t
Eagle Lake, daughter, April Kelly, recording M'I; ; Ai I I I

22. Mrs. Ruth Van Doren, SI 14 5L: ,{ {
Mr. and Mrs. John M. responding secretary; and I' ,, vx 1 1A
boles Bar 0 w. daughter, Mrs. Edith L. Walker, tear w'I ,
AprU 23. urer. I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Edwards. Special committees and '
Auburndale, daughter, April standing committee chairmen t WHITE ;
24 will be appointed later I BONE rt
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and Mrs. Chester f

Lefts Keep I::1 t'' Yci, you con pay mora +' i iI
but you won't rKAlvd any I
I Ir
Religious Groups' more quality, fltxibihty, /
e A, I
Calendar II MONROEBRANNEN ', k softrwii or comfort 1, /.Eau Way to lie Fashionable . .
Meeting ; thon our. . 4 ,
lit Arnel Jortey
AANrdddll ., ,' In the Navy striped modified blouson, the white skirt
eN1eT LUTII MftNaWes I that's multitude of permanent pleats . the streak of
rrlM rt 30. rr V/tr NaIL. n; ., a a
atMtMrf WadTMINiTaafI.TTeaIAN anolr rrntartat. ".30 .". gleaming red "potent" that cinches the waist, and the
". fluid carefree joys of Arne! Triacetate .
'triCCOPAL. jersey
1T. DA VIP'* Bol&Htin SHERIFFH.tASI 4t'i
.nwn at t 30 p .. ...!..- A "CONNIE Sizes: 5 to 15B.
Muse Bk Philip and Bl. JawrwIAITN
xS u"JTYieiWOiaiMTlOMAk feet ''+ E,
on -
e your
tHUl.TIAN ...T.... JP e t .
.mil llhNY> arrown.'"..IU r ol JaM truly a friend indeed ".,, forI ttrtyht Summer

%;dc II/life Sallied irlfh Color

MMtMlEU VOTE SHOE SALON-STREET FLOORtte. Arnel triacetate, lightly textured for deeper inreresr.;.ur

: . with young scissors and belted with dash A framing
Johnny collar, a button yoke, bare arms and a slim

silhouette . all circled with color in the generous

HOBStiH. STRAIN 8-mpt te., polka dotted rayon surah tie-belt Sizes: 5 to 15TnE

de 1 / niPIHE OPEN Ftf.UVI) J11/". KITES'
211 I. M.II 3f. D.wlltewlIJ

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AAUW OfficersFor
II LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, April 30, ISM General Deputy 1964.65

I ;J I Tops At Bridge I Citrus Will Inspect GrangeHarold Are Elected

': LAKELAND BARTOW h A new slat of officers for
t 1964-65 of Lakeland Branch.
Brundage of Largo,
North South winners of Winners of Birtow Duplicate
American Association of University
general deputy for Florida
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Bridge Club games are:
I Women was electedat
State Grange, will Inspect
Club games include: Dave North South: Mr. and Mrs.
178 a meeting at the Florida
Houseman and Bruce Barnes Murray, Robert Thornhill and Citrus Center Grange
.. the Southern College planetarium.
first, Mrs Duane Surgeon and Don Taylor, tie for first; Mrs when it meets Saturday at
Re-elected to office were:
Robert Thornhill second, Eric Virginia Miller and Mrs Ewin Girl Scout House on
and Mrs Leon Harpole president:
Supper, to be provided
and third third.
Murray Doug Hall Williams
in the Mrs. Alexander Steinberg
losers recent
..; Mrs Ray Smith and Mrs. East.West: Mrs Don Taylor served by .1
'contest, will be served at 6 vice president; and Mill Helen
=- George Lockwood fourth. and John Taylor, first;
a East.West: J. D. Nicholls Mrs L. W Fogo and William p.m. The grange dishes will Mallory, treasurer .
Newly elected officers include
and Otto Rice first, Mrs. Neal, second; Mr and Mrs. be used.
Members who will have hob- : Mrs S. F. Apfelbeck
Lera Ryan and Mrs Ted Nichoils: third.
bies to show are to bring a recording secretary: and Mrs
Flanigan second; Stanley 1, r
RIDGE card table for their exhibits. 7I'n X Warren Smith corresponding
Sapp and Charles Shuesler
third; Mrs. Hal Brewster andK. Ridge Duplicate Bridge All sewing contest entriesare I T b 4 secretary
r tf
A. Chamberlain, fourth. Club winners jiavt been announced to be brought for Judgingat / Members of the nominating
as follows: the meeting. Contestants I / committee were Mrs Allen
Mrs. George Hadaway and should follow official rules for iI P. Dean, chairman, Mrs El-

Mrs. William Dancy, first; the 1964 National Grange contest wyn C. Pickart, Mrs N F.

.., .. Mrs. Brewster and Mrs Perry The needlework contest Maffett and Mrs Harold
Blakemore Paul Tyler and (knitting crocheting, and embroidery Wyllys.

KlNGSWOOD Mrs. Philip Trohn, tie. for work) will not be

second Bill Tyson and Stanley judged until August.Spaghetti .

Sapp, fourth.Karen LAKEHAMILTON

Kremer Supper, JL.ANP
t t ba
May Day Program J

Slated By PTA Y' ? b4 b.lEd Mu'.dW. +N and Mrs Claire Higgins have

Be HonoredMiss as a guest, their nephew,
North Lakeland Elementary Wayne Bamm of Corsu N. Y.

Karen G. Kremer and School Parent.Teacher Association Mr. and Mrs Bill Harris
her fiance, Larry T. Hall, will will have a spaghetti INDEPENDENCE DAY DRILL TEAM is made up of morrow are, from left Merry Lee Collier, Amy Mulling Alice have been visiting her mother

be honored at rehearsal dinner supper tomorrow from 5 to marchers from Mrs. M J. Neely's fourth grade Uncle Sam Robbins, Rhonda Brown Gwen McElreath, Connie Henderson and family, Mr and Mrs

tonight at 7:30: o'clock at 7:30: p.m. in the school cafe- is portrayed by two-yedr-old John Staples Jr Marchers who Alan Coston, David Burgner, Scott Timberlake, Glen Hayes, Walker Sexton, and son, Tom

Bethel Baptist Church annex. torium. will take part in the Medulla School May Day Festival t,,- John Joyner and Marty Brown. (Ledger Photo by Harper) returning Wednesday to Pen-
Hosts will be Mr and Mrs. Tickets purchased at the sacola where Mr, Harris is

J, Kenneth Hall his parents, door will be: adults, 73 cents, stationed at the' Naval Air

Jewelry Dept. SPECIALS Mrs J. Hardin Peterson and children, 50 cents. Beverage Station.
Brown Mrs A. Glenn Brown and dessert is Included. Medulla Mr and Mrs. A C Baxterof

LAT.AW'A' 'i: IUDGET and Mrs. C. A. Drown Classes taught by Mrs. Mar- Hughes Springs, Tex., have

-ACCOUNTS I Guests expected to attendare jorie Pruitt, Mrs Eliza Mc. .nNAwraa been guests at the home of
the Rev and Mrs W. A. Gauley, Mrs Effie Sims, Mrs r ?IArA(4 Mrs Baxter's son-inlaw and

Robinson Mr. and Mrs. R. Herbert Badnell Mrs H. T. FeteTomorrow daughter, Mr and Mrs Wal.

Donald Deeson, Mr and Mrs Lyle, Mrs. T. R. Douglas, 'May ker Sexton, and son, Tom.
1T NDIAMONDS Richard H. Eatman, Mr and Mrs. Jennie Sheilard. Mrs The following Lake Hamilton -

I Ii. Mrs. Gerald Sherrouse Mr. White Engle, Mrs. Dub Pal- boys will be playing Little
and Mrs. Donald Harden more Richard Cooks and Mr. League baseball with Dundee:

i Mrs. Jean Hoofnagle and: Miss Diehm will present a May Tom Sexton. Bill Black,

i. Patty Beuth Day program at I p mJit' _, Rocky Bryan Mike Gould
Junior Cone and Jimmy Watts
The faculty, pupils and par
AT : ents of Medulla School and
Kindergarten will a
TERRIFIC SAVINGS! s May Day festival present tomorrowat

5:30: p.m. on the school

/-Ct. Diamond! Solitaire I grounds. *Festival theme is

U4IM rl... II, u. ..Allr tTf / // ,,,/joy . The program will begin witha /
,.11.. |.l<-Illlll lilt. I grand march of all participating r, ryf bI r

groups, according to
*'' A
/2-Ct. Diamond Bridal Set Cosfumt J 1 i- Mrs Claude M. Harden principal a
Activities In dance 7 ,< ,
Jewelry N14 .
Pull V4.ct. triOl lOt.II AflOO4K r
rhythm, drill march and pantomime
LAIN ir IdIN Nn f 7l
"l.M Lltl. will Include: Women traveling

Evelyn Pierttn Easter Parade and Valentine alone find It less embarrassing
/' -Diamond Bridal Set Rob t Christmas s Day by and the New first Year's grades by TRADITIONAL MAYPOLE DANCE will be performed by Mrs Harry H. Lewis' third if the man

,,M n../. ......* trial' 4 AfiooM the second grades: Maypoleand grade at the Medulla School May Day Festival tomorrow at 5:30: p.m. on the school grounds ager suggests the least

,I. ..,U ,.IU. Mil I I *H.IMIM WViCl. dance to the May court Performing the dance are, from far left clockwise around the Maypole Daryl Sheffield, Lydia conspicuous place .in

Lilt So ff.Sh 011Slippers by the third grades. Independence Broxton, Avon Hicks, Barbara Timberlake. 'Michael Ziranskl, Marsha Denmark, Joe Bowman ,which'to eat.

yX Day and St Patricks and Pamela Woods. (Ledger Photo by Harper)
Diamond Solitaire\ by Mercury Day by the fourth grades,

*.01. U.,ti' t.- .,It.... !. MU or Mrd H** by the fifth grades and Vet. and Allen Sale will page Honored I
KM-'MI M U*. f f Lardy'linlerle ..., .. erans' Day by the sixth Narration niter Hodges will be read, by Jen 'Flowering Tree Man'

by Shadow ,line grades
with .
Assisting arrangements
1.Ct.1 Diamond Bridal Set '
Barbara Boutwell and Dow for the program were Mrs. TALLAHASSEE-A Florida to numerous' articles for horti- uated from Washburn'University -
rte a ......< M,..I \ Watson will be crowned King .
| John Staples and J M Clan- EdwinA cultural Journals he has writ. In 1916 and afterward
...-*t"II if ,..11.P.SIII .. 1.1/! 100 Droiitt and Suits and Queen of May by the newspaper publisher
of Gradu
* ton, supervisor elementary ten such books as Flowering studied In the Pulitzer
Lift Menmnger w i awardedan
5.15 principal and will reign over education in the Lakeland Trees of the World For Trop- ate School of Journalism. Co
8-20 the festival. They will be at- area. honorary Doctor of Science ics and Warm Countries lumbia University From 1917

C.E. ALARM CLOCK 12 .24;iNladge's tended by a court made up of degree today by Florida State (1962), Seaside Plants of the to 1923 he was with the New

a..wtI IIMNN, r e...NN, Pennie Morgan Tony Bar. University for more than a World (1963) and Fantastic York Tribune, and in 1923 and
299 low, Jean Koch Tony Fair quarter of a century of contributions
liars INw1-(141" as'1111 ZimmermansTo Trees (in press). 1924 with the Palm Beach
Gail Griffin Gene Tregler to tropical horticulture The honorary degree wentto Post. He was owner of the

iuc. o Sally Staples, Mike Waters which have gained him Mr. Menninger at spring South Florida Developer, Stuart -
ASSORTED"JiJiS PENDANTS Sandra fair, Larry Walker Entertain the name "of "the FloweringTree commencement ceremonies.He from 1921 to 1929: of the

Cultu' Becky Rogers, Becky Hough, Man was presented for the degree Stuart Daily News. 1927.1937;
via. In, < EVENING Katrina Sheffield and Trissy Mr and Mrs Robert C Since 1935 Mr Menninger, by Dr Michael Kasha and the Stuart News, 19371937 -
I Mnd.nl.. face. Y.it. lun 44 II 127 S. Kentucky Taylor. Zimmerman will honor their former publisher of the Stuart director of the Institute of Since then he has been

Scott Charlton and Wayne son and his fiancee, Linda News, has grown from seed Molecular Biophysics, and the secretary and general man.ager
KITCHEN Mamba Downtown Lakeland Park fir Shop Plan Hayes will be crown bearersMEN'S Strickland who will be married and distributed to fellow degree was awarded by University of Southeastern Printing
ClOCKj99 Saturday at a rehearsal Americans more than 100,000 Co.
.. ...,... President Gordon W
,. .
1'-' dinner tonight at 7 o'clock at flowering tropical trees. He Blackwell. He was president of the
alN CNAk14.Nelw 299 has personally Introduced Into Florida Press Association in
e e e the Elks Club.
Born March 18, 1896. in Topeka -
t Ll' Florida estimated 150
an new 1943
All friends of the couple are
Kans., Menninger is a
Invited to the wedding, which kinds among them {she widely
TRANSISTOR RADIO known "Snow in summer"tree member of a well known family Arm Chair Hunter
will take place at 3 p m. at His father the late Dr.
">. tnntlttw, rt.1l,* *.-. 1 St Josephs Catholic Church. and his importationshave Menninger's interest in tropical
. C F founded the
NN. I.IIMIM iMthMfirry rill W.'M 65 added brilliant new color trees began when he started .
Mrw-uvI far ,NI I and form to Florida gardens. Menninger Foundation, and landscaping his Stuart
I HAYS A PAINT 'ROIUMP two brothers, Drs Karl andWllli.m
GENUINI LIATHIMSLIPONS CanLAKELAND Authority On Flowering TreesIn C Menninger, both home In 1935 he began a

WATCHESDRASTICALLY the course of becominga eminent psychiatrists direct search for flowering trees
REDUCED GLIDDEN planuman Menninger be. the Foundation Their motherwas which led him as an "arm

PAINT CENTER came one of the foremost known as a student and chair plant hunter" to corre
I II' .. PI...,,,. A.. .. PA. ue.ltn authorities on flowering trees teacher of Biblical, literature. spond with consuls, botanists,
MEN'I 0... 710 A M. 1.10 r M. S Sirs village priests and others
of the tropics and in addition Edwin Menninger was grad-
AUTOWINO & TIES i I through the warm countries.
From the seed they sent him
WALTHAM, Menninger began to grow and

GRUEN distribute flowering trees and

1 What a lovely Summerwithcool soon many nurseries and community
..cv x I IMN4 park departments were

w.UMd... .... calling on him for help. He
".I .
G._ ..t.. ( has maintained his
.1... II.Iml 'rwI.IMw fragrances by Dorothy Gray plant
.,. b.4 growing as a hobby rather
..A....I .NMIMUAIAI..... than a business.

...".. Nn1-II' Hhis plantsmanship broughthim
...... M
It ,7t
,... a Citation from the Amer.

lean Horticultural Council In
296.4 lS3 t 1 I 1957 the Thomas Barbour
1 1I Medal of Fairchild Tropical

Gardens in 1958 and the Sesquicentennial .

ladies'17-J Dress Watch PG1rti Bronze Medal
,, Award of the Botanical Garden .
1IIn g,.... 14h.. ul I Rio de Janeiro, 1958. He
WIIX.Irq. ; ........,. ....IrM4.L ....,., aFlotWeather also has been elected a Fellow .
rnNnN .....,..- 1700 s
131D/1'''w'IqN, LIw- x 1r? d Society.of the Royal Horticultural

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News About Folk 'Round About PolkWINTER -. LAKELAND- LEDGER,

HAVEN-Mr. and turning to her home in Greens .' en, having purchased a homeon Ing In Lake Alfred for the 1
Mrs Cecil Amonette wefe boro N. C. after a visit with Idle Ridgeway NW. past 1) years. The couple Phillips Fabrics
hosts for luncheon her sister, Mrs. Walter Brady. Moving to Winter Haven lived in Missouri prior to
a party Mr. and Mrs. Jack E Tanner from Muncie, Ind, are Mr moving to Lake Alfred. IOCS S. ,...Ih
honoring northern visitors who ,..... MU 1.1211
and family are new residents and Mrs. L A. White and Mr and Mrs. Perry Hoffman I
are returning to their homos. to Winter Haven from daughters. The family resideson of Lake Alfred are leavIng SARAN
The Amonettes annually have Harrisburg Va. Fourth Street, NE, to spend the summer THs' W"fc'i Specie
a luitrbeon party for their Richard Nichols, son of Mr. Moved T. Missouri months In Bridgehampton. Uwn Chair
northern friends and local resi and Mrs. Robert C. Nkhols,
N, Y. WEBBING1212w
Mr. and Mn. H. F. Mae
dents. Attending were Mrs. is the
planning to spend
have moved to Missouri to Mrs. Flora Little la leaving
Margaret Frain Arcadia,
months in Nicaragua.
U mer
Mich Mr. and Mrs. Warren make their home after resld- by train for her home In val..r .
Richard will be the houseguest
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Birmingham after spendingthe HI |'oil
Bovee and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Te i Ri f of Jose Santos Zeleya, whose for f.u _
winter In Lake Alfred.
k 7 Boynton Grand Rapids Mich, grandfather was president of .. . .... _._ ,
----- ---- Mrs. Little to returnin
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Verket, Nicaragua for a number of expects
Minneapolis; and local residents years, the fall.
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Mrs. George Clow, Mr Mr, and Mrs. Charles Myers -
Clayton Smith, Mrs. Julia and daughter Miss Helen
f t4r 1r. Gill, Mrs. Mary Y. Silvey and Myers, all of LaGrange Ini,
A Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Wood. have arrived for a visit with

Susan and Philip Freeland, Mr. and Mrs W, J. Masten
children of Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guy.
i- v kLYP tL I E. Freeland. have made their Mrs. Leona Lacerte of Van
summer plans. Susan, studentat couver British Columbia, Can-
Florida State University, ada, and grandson Gilbert La
will work at the World's Fair certe of Austin, Tex. have ar-
In New York during the summer rived for a visit with Mr and
months. Philip is embarking Mrs. Ray Lacerte. The Visitors -
this week from New York are mother and son of
for a two-month tour of Eu Mr. Lacerte and arrived for
rope and the Scandinavian the wedding of their granddaughter -
COFFEE FOR MRS. KELLY Women in her neighborhood honored Mrs.
precincts countries. En route to Europe and sister, Anita
Scott Kelly, center, wife of the gubernatorial candidate, at coffee at the Lakeland Yacht Club. Philip will spend two days Louise, to Kenneth Alcorn Jr \
Pictured with the honoree are Mrs. Eugene Sikora, left, and Mrs. Hugh L. Cash Jr., who sightseeing in Iceland. Upon A three-week vacation is being
were among the hostesses. for the event. (Ledger Photo) his return in mid-June, Philip taken by Mrs. John Ham
---- -- - ----- --- -- plans to work at a resort ilton. She will visit her mother. e.

AT WINTER HAVEN Sugar Maples, in the Catskill in-law, Mrs. R. U Hamilton in I 9
Mountains In New York. Chesapeake, Ohio her cousins i SPIA44IFAH
Mrs. Grace Hinted has moved Mr, and Mrs. Grant Christy MRS. RAY L SPEAR
to Winter Haven to make In Ironton, Ohio, and priorto
Luncheon Coffee And her home with her sister, Mrs. returning to Winter Haven Piano Auditions
G. A. Forquer. Mrs. Misted will visit other relatives and
formerly lived in Illinois. friends in Ohio and West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Set TomorrowIn
Bums are new residents to ION
Fashion Show PlannedWINTER Winter Haven living on Edge- World's Fair Auburndale

water Drive, SE., Eloise Es- Winter Haven young people
tates. The couple formerly working at the World's Fair in AUBURNDAlE Auburn-I
HAVEN A'luau rendered the largest number women of the church and their lived In Denver and Ohio. New York during the summer dale Center of the National I ?"
luncheon and splash party will of. hours and services. Others friends are invited. Capt. and Mrs. James L. months Include Miss Jane Guild of Piano Teachers audItions Summer fun begins with a i' '
be held Saturday honoring being honored include Mrs. Smith and four children are Murretl. Miss Julie Evans, will open at the Munici-
members of the Junior Wom W. Scott Harper III. Mrs. AAUW leaving for Richmond, Va, to Miss Mary Jo Keefe, Robert pal Building tomorrow, Mrs. trip to Junior Fashions. .\.
an's Club of Winter Haven Dorothy Fox, Miss Jane Mot- WINTER HAVEN Mrs. make their home During I flies and Dick Mann. Ray L Spear of Baytown, Everything boys and
W, R. Graham has been
re- Capt. Smith's tour of duty with Mrs. Grace McAllen Is returning -
who recorded over 35 service singer, Mrs. James R. Hardy Tex., will be the adJudicator
need for '
elected of the American girls a wonderful i
the U.S. Army in Viet Nam to Baltimore for the
hours to club welfare work Mrs. Emmett Waters Mrs. Mrs Ruth Bacon Lockmiller
and projects during the past W. B. Strange Mrs. Terry Association of University Mrs. Smith and the children summer months after spendingthe will be auditions chairmanand time on the .J
Women of Winter Haven for
a lived in Winter Haven. winter with her soninlawand
year. English and Mrs. Carl Jensen. Mrs. Connie Zacher will beach
second term of office. Other Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mann daughter Mr. and Mrs.
The event will be held from as monitor.
FRIENDSHIP COFFEE new officers are: Mrs. Fred are visiting I i relatives and A. E. Arnett.
I to 4 at the home of Mrs. Spear has had a longassociation
pm. WINTER HAVEN "MayBaskets" Carrier, vice president; Mrs. friends for a week in Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. .T, C. Rieder I
Mrs. L. B. Carter, 21 Golf with the National ,
W. S. Dunn and Mrs. Marian
Ini!. formerly of Milwaukee, are
View Circle, with Mrs. Car- the theme selected Piano Guild in 1929, while I
Johnson .
secretaries and Mrs.F.
for the fourth annual ; Mrs. Mildred Turner Is re new residents of Winter Hav-
ter'4 daughter, Mrs. Carl Jen- J. Alexander, treasurer a high school student in Abilene I
sen, as hostess. May Day Friendship coffeeto Tex., Mrs. Spear thelI I Girls' 1uh
be held tomorrow in the BETA SIGMA PHI Lillian Bacon, studied '
Mrsi Jensen, service hours parish hall of Grace Lutheran WINTER HAVEN Mrs. with Dr. Irl Allison, piano
chairman, is in of the Automatic Dishwashing founder I
charge Church at 9.30: a.m. Mrs.
Glen Hancock will serve as and president of the National I T98oes
arrangements and assisting Irby McDaniel will use "Fun e$2.98 -:
president of Phi Gamma XI Piano Guild That year when I
committee members will be
With Flowers" as bee toplo chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority the first auditions were held
Mrs. James H. Tatum Mrs. and hats and hatbands will be for the ensuing year. Eliminates Most GermsA at Harln-Slmmona University
W. B. and Mrs.
Strange Terry
by NaomLThe Other new officers are: Miss Abilene she entered the collegiate
English. kindergarten childrenwill Nancy Connary, vice president division. She receiveda $3,98
Mrs. Richard Noll was participate in the Maypole ; Mrs. Sandra Woodall scientific study of the removal dishes were sparkling clean, superior rating from the
named "Young Woman of*the and merrymaking events. and Miss Joyce Addison, secretaries of viruses during dish. mumps and Influenza viruses Judge, John Thompson writer 4Boys'
Year" as the member who Admission U free and all. ; and Miss Melanie washing showed conclusively survived this hand dlshwash- of teaching materials. She also

Hause, treasurer. that electric dishwashers when ing procedure," the report "Southwestern I o
won Hon
used In the home "can be exported pointed out."From ,
Old? CODINGTON HD CLUB ors", the highest achievement.Over I
WIuJ-. 5how to reduce to a mini- these and other experiments SWIM TRUNKS
LAKE ALFRED-Mrs. Kern mum those viral health hazards it became evident 100 piano students have I
Duncan has been elected due to Improperly sanitized that extreme care would be entered the Auburndale audI\ itiona I $L98 to $5.00
J Mental Illness Is Most president of the Codington dishes." necessary to Insure complete Pupils taking part wilt I" ,
Home Demonstration Club. removal ol virus from contam be from the classes of Mrs.
The '
experiments were performed
Other new officers will be: the of inated dishes during hand Ruth Gould and Miss Mardelle
Pressing Health ProblemBy Mrs. Mark Schuman and Mrs. Microbiology by at Department the University dishwashing. Furthermore, experiments Smith, both of Winter Haven '1
LeRoy Hostler vice presi- of Louisville School of Medicine indicated that the Mrs. Lockmiller, Mrs. William GinnsJuniar
dents; and Mrs. George Sie-. under the supervision of success of virus removal was B. Harrison and Miss Battle' I
JOSEPHINE LOWMAN quickly treated in their own men secretary-treasurer. S. Stephen Chapman Ph.D., quite variable despite the fastidiousness B. Marks. I
The American Medical Association communities and returned to WOMEN OF THE MOOSE associate professor, and Bar of the person wash- Auditions are held privatelyand Fashions
has called mental ,a useful place In society. WINTER HAVEN "Sum- bara Vinsel, research assist Ing the dishes," it stated. each pupil Is graded on
illness "the nation's most "I am proposing a new approach his own achievement Those
will be Viruses Removed
Fantasy" -
proaented -
pressing and complex health to mental illness. met by Women of the ant.Among the viruses used in who make suitable ratings in -
problem." Today psychiatrists, When carried out, reliance on Moose of Winter Haven May the tests were Influenza A, It was a different story the spring auditions may try 231 S. Kuirvcky Ave Facing Maas' Parking Let
the cold of custodial with the automatic dishwash for $10,000 in cash prizes in
s yc.hologlsts, mercy
p 11 at 7:30: p.m. at the Moose mumps, herpes simplex, and
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physicians, sociologists Isolation will be supplantedby Lodge on Havendale Boule- polio.In ers."Home the autumn biennial Piano Recording ,

ant -'' the open warmth of com vard. testing for virus removal effectively dishwashing and consist-machines Festival: ___ __ _ I I

h ropologlsts.b munity concern and capabili Narrator for the style show, during hand dishwashing, the ently removed all detectable
I 0 chemists, ty" fashions from the contaminated dishes
featuring were Influenza, herpes
p h y i lologists Here are some of which the Inter.re- Sun Dial Shop, will be Mrs. washed In water at 115 degrees simplex, vaccinia mumps, poliomyelitis Jfil
and geneticists, esting questions with Jane Pearce. The fashion Fahrenheit, using liquid! and TI bacterlophage
are searching searchers are struggling show and card party will be detergent rinsed In ISO-de viruses from soiled dishes.
know the I
want to antwerp -
for ,
physical open to the public. Prizes gree tap-water spray for one These viruses were readily i
biological, to the following questions will be awarded and refreshment minute, and drained dry fora removed despite the fact that EVV
chemical and and many more.schizophrenia served. Donations will half hour. When dry, dishes they were added in amounts I ;
Is the tendency to
genetic fac- inherited? What inter be $1.25 and those attendingare were Immediately swabbed far exceeding that expectedon ; ,J/i
ton which and for live virus.
Miss Lowman to take their own playing assayed naturally contaminated I
may' action does vitamin B 8 haveon
play a "
cards. "Despite the fact that all dishes the report states.
in mental illness. the protein substances in . ._
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tional Association for Mental which are essential for normal

Health was tremendously brain activity? What effect Here It Is Our GiganticAnniversary ; lilt Wr helped when President Ken does one particular amino . .
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Just a few days before his have on the mind and behavior
death he sent the following ? What causes a J-year-old SALE
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"Your association has been into a world of fantasy? Does
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]i LAKFLAND LEDGER, Thursday, April SO, MM
c (1Republicans .

..1 'Will Present ,, ,

i iti Young ImageWASHINGTON 1

iR (AP) Republicans '
plan to put youth and tr
vigor on display for the television ; \
audiences who watch their! r

convention national presidential In San Francisco.nominating ,We challenge you to break Your.fine-car buying habits!

While they are thus peppingup "" '. ,\, "

the party image, leaders ./u.\; \,..,
hope to avoid intraparty contra ; :, ', "
versy by selecting a slate of 't./ 'II'
spotlight performers satisfactory ., ' 4 ",
to all /actions j t" :
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Morton Selected :
Sen. Thurston B. Morton of
Kentucky, former GOP national
chairman under former President -
Dwight D. Eisenhower, has
ry been selected
r as permanent
E 1t chairman to wield the gavel durIng -
the convention.
Morton,58, tall, handsome and
a polished performer on the
platform, is the oldest of the
three star performers.
The others- expected to be selected ,
by the Republican Na-
ional Arrangements Committee If you've let your fine car become a habit, our spacious car built in America today It is also the
at its meeting here late in May new 1964 Imperial will convince you it's time,for quietest car; 154 engineering refinements have,
t Include Oregon Gov. Mark 0. Hatfieldof a change For here is a whole new idea of what a been made for this purpose alone. Enter the quiet : I
a 0 and State as temporary Chairman chairman Rob- fine car should be. It is obviously the most beau- world of Imperial today. Discover a totally new
ert A. Forsythe of Minnesota as tiful luxury car you'll see this year. It is the most level of luxury in the fine convention keynoter Hatfield Is

41 and Forsythe Deadlock 42 Broken:. @l.2karTd/ I M PE I\AL! <=@7"1/PC@ r a:

The choice of Morton as
liST JUST THI SAMI-Florida ..,,41"'......' Auoclatlo* rutH kept Lakeland' Sonlor High chairman broke a deadlock permanent -
I School m.jorortM"from onforlnf/ tho Cherry Blossom competition, but judaol ronktd thorn anyhow In which congressional CICM,'
and they c.",. out on top. Unofficial, wlnntra artl (loft to right MI.... Carol' Cook Dfanito/ Colo- members generally were backing -
man, and J.yco Iwory back rows, Inia Uy Ogllno/ Carol lock, Croca Gum, and Suilo Orron. House Minority Leader I \
1 Efforts Against Citrus Thieves Moves LocationEfforts the were Job plugging while GOP Hatfield.governors .s.

Morton, an Eisenhower moderate -
to prevent citrus frul l t t stressed the Importance: ,of notIng ., portant In preventing thefts. Untold L- from a border state, has HAROLD '
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Lei Bessenger, chief of the, season, more than 190'arrests growers without the efforts of f nomination I i
Fruit Protection Division of have been made by law en- the sheriffs and their deputies' ,
Florida Citrus Mutual. forcement officials for viola .
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heaviest The jellyfish has the simplest
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that 95 of them have directly
in that section," Bessenger said, type of eyes known. They consist (
involved fruit thefts. ,
I of red black
or pigment
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I I '>... ,4r : Id! State Shoot

A AThursday 0 iJ --pr Opens TomorrowWINTER Auto Seruice [inter

HAVEN Forty r On..f"'-""t'"AII'_Cor HoMo
seven sterling silver trophies I iII Db..nl.lw RNw, ,

wDI be awarded to winners In IIIMcI
the Florida State Skeet I'OU

Championships to be fired to- 545" Ma.

morrow Saturday and Sunday -

at the Gilbert Field Rang.

AprO so, I... II In Winter Haven.
Ra k Four automatic fields are
,r being readied for the state I

LAYa contest by the sponsoring Winter TUBELESS
Haven Skeet and Trap

Club which also fostered
. Angels Find o x# the
Dixie Championships In

March along with the Winter

Haven Chamber of Commerce,
WONDEROUS WILLII -Willie rvUyt, S.n Francis GI."" cm *, fi.I...", ...,,'t kit the bell The NYLONS
tournament Includes
Angel I In Lee .vnry tI.... lie ,twine. lot It m.y ..... that wiy Ie opposing ,itch..a with nil pratnnt t.*tin| ."... I four with
101 la
.!e noKtind .t .4(1. With chews tho s.w.r In hit iwing, ...,/It. mitt, fnlntt Ckc|. C.".. each guns division. targets
AP Wil.phe1lTony

By MURRAY CHASS good. Before Batavia, he won 38 coco
Associated Frets Sports Writer games and lost 55.

Bob But now, suddenly, after two Cloninger Hurls
Lee, who took an automo
starts and 21 innings with Los
bile ride to notoriety last season Angeles, he has compiled a 1.29 ANY CAR

Is flying high these days earned run average.

with the Los Angeles Angels. Lee's performance Wednesday
Lee, a rookie right.handed night highlighted. an American One-Hitter S 11 RACESA .MGAUDliSS Of *Uf iir USTIff IIIOW
League schedule riddled by Against BucsBy EACH NIGHTR
pitcher who jumped to the Angels -
rain. Detroit nipped Kansas City;
from Class D competition,
5-4 In 10 Innings and Baltimore ONE LOW
won his first major league game downed Boston 4-2 in other JIM BECKER

Wednesday night hurling a one- games. Rain washed out Chicago Associated Preif Sports Writer A 2:00 P.M.
hitter for seven innings as Los at New York while wet
Cloninger said ha had been throwing balls all night to Willie 5
Angeles whipped Washington grounds knocked out Clevelandat Tony curve Stargell- 51 Minnesota.Lee Willie probably wouldn't be looking for another one. O FRIDAY AND PRICE!
Only last Saturday night, Lee making his second start, Stargell said Cloninger had ,been throwing him curve balls all night-so he was looking for T SATURDAYA

held Cleveland to four hits in 10 gave up only a single to Dick a pother un". I
innings In a game the Indians Phillips with one out in the fifth Willie was right Tony curved no-hitter-and lose. Milwaukee run across in the I DAILY
eventually won 2-1 in U. Inning. He was removed from :him, Willie rapped a single to "I'd rather pUch a one-hitter third. DOUBLE
Lee's automobile trip came,the game when he tired in the right with two out In ,'e seventh and win," said Cloninger. Don Nottebart of Houston,
during the tremendous year he!eighth after walking Hunt. Whilehe inning and ruined Ooninger'i In other National League ac, who had a no-hitter last year, K 1.2
had for Batavia of the New was In, the Senators didn't 1 bid for a nohitter.But tlon, the Los Angeles Dodgers flirted with another one against) E lACES t .lillt'4.
York-Pennsylvania League. Then move a man past first base. Cloninger a 23-year-old won their fourth straight game, the Dodgers-and it looked fort N QUINELLAS
the property of the Pittsburgh I After he walked Hunt, though, I right-hander who got a $100.000 7-2 over Houston, the San Fran a while as if he might duplicate 4'
Pirates, Lee was called on to Washington scored on singles by I bonus from the Milwaukee cisco Giants dumped the Chicago -Johnson's losing effort. Although -I N EACH
pitch in an exhibition game at Don Lock and Ken Retzer off I Braves and was expected to Cubs 4-0 and the St. Louis he had not allowed a hit, E lACE "
Cleveland against the Indians.He reliever Bob Duliba. itart I paying dividends this year, Cardinals edged the New York Nottrbart trailed 1-0 with two
drove to the game, struck Joe Koppe tripled home two 1 went on to pitch a onehitterand Mets A-3 in 11 Innings. The Phil- out In the seventh. 1 L Ladies Admitted s
out 16 and rapped two doublesin runs for the Angels in a three-I a 1-0 victory over the Pittsburgh adelphia at Cincinnati game Then rookie John Werhas Free
a 7-1 victory, then drove backto run second inning. Tom Satriano I Pirates i was rained out. broke it up with a single. Wet '
Batavia. and Bob Rodgers knocked in That evened Cloninger's record Victim of Cloninger's onehitter has batted in three runs on the C CENTRAL AIR
He proceeded to finish the runs In the third. on the year at M. The loss was Bob Veale, who threw night Another rookie Nick Will-: L CONDITIONING
season with a 20.2 record and a Don Demeter's home run off'was to Houston's Ken Johnson, a six-hitter for the Pirates. hits, pitched the victory, a five- VALET PARKINGBradenton
1.70 earned run average, the John Wyatt gave the Tigers'who later went on to pitch his Felipe Alou singled the only hitter He was the latest Dodger u Road
best marks in the league. their extra-Inning triumph. De- I to step in and take up the slack: B $ 711
Actually the rise from Bataviato troit had taken a 4-0 lead, but left by Injuries to Sandy Koufax' Between. 41-301
the Angels was not as mete- the Athletics roared back behind and Johnny Podres. 'I
oric as It might seem. The 26- the hitting of Ed Charles. !
year-old Iowa native spent so Charles slugged a solo homerin 6.40.11

much time propping for the majors the sixth, then capped a It seems all the nicest 6.70. 11
he should have considered three-run rally in the seventh 7,10.14
pushing for an old-age pension with a run-scoring single. Dick 6.00. 13
plan for the minor leagues.Lee I Green's single and a double play people drink 6.S0 aas 13
pitched in the minors for accounted for the other two runs 5
eight years, starting in 1956. His in the Inning. vi, a
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!Prep Track Stars Seek !il"i 'What It Was, Was Football'By !

of the said Mack, athletic director don't know who was more n
JACK FLOWERS In the three-year history
IBerth I In State Tourney Ledger Asslitant Sport Editor school head basketball coach who the kid or myself," .

: You have problems? Think The above remark were a few handling spring practice Coach Mack. "I think
again! of the first impression in a Barker arrives Aug. I, on the field before the
,r' Coach John Mack had 31 email, crowded dressing room that practice would begin
problems yesterday It was mass confusion 3:15: p.m. We were lucky boy. I was ready to go. It I

In District Meet HereFOR ". "Hey, coach, which shoe goeson Everyone was in everyone'swily the last man showed up, really great to get started"
far there have been
what foot?" dressed, at 4:30 pm. no
." "I the together ., just one retirement
"Will somebody please tell me "That1 my hoe got guy
'. With berth In the Florida both 'Gary Little and Jim If you put the pant or hip pad "How am I supposed to get I didn't know exactly how of the 31 has already hung .

RENT State Class AA prep track j William were sidelined by on first?" these size 33 pant on over my start," continued Mack "So, his uniform. There have
meet at stake, the District "How do you lace up these hip pad? I wear size 32 in the had a football in my hands a few blisters, bruises,
IV track and field meet gets I illness, ruining running events : cleats?" waist u II i I." 1 held it up. I aid, 'this is horses groans and ,

NEW: SPINET PIANOSI i i I underway tomorrow at 3 p.m, and relay events for Lakeland; "Are my shoulder pads tight "Coach, will you show me football, are there any and those things that go ;
at Nurmi Nelson Meld Sandy Fortin went out with an enough?" how to fasten the belt on my tions?' One guy in the back workouts.

The track meet will Involve I Injury and top dash man Rod "What1 a face mask, coach?" pant?" the group raised his hand Fe will work out at 3:IS
Lakeland, Winter Haven, Llnder has been sidelined by Sounds a little farfetched Coach this, coach that, woe said 'Coach would you )' day for 20 consecutive

Brandon and the Tampa the mump. Top Lakeland huh? Well It's the honest truth. life of a coach! repeating that statement'"The days on the cow. pasture

schools Roblniton" King, hopes for qualifying berthsare To the normal, average Lake- Santa Fe will compete on the thing that amused football field.
i Chamberlain, HUlsborough, John Middents, the fine lander it was just another day, gridiron this coming fall for the the most," Coach Mack we boy when asked if the I'
Plant and Jefferson. Top three sophomore 1 n both hurdle Not so for 31 of the 64 boys enrolled initial season. The Crimson on, "was that after they got of football was as easy a*
finishers In each event willI event; Larry Gamble in the at Santa Fe Catholic High Hawk, under Coach Jack Bar the field they actually Andy Griffith would put it,
earn a berth In the Florida discus, Dwayne Glenn In the School. ker, will be member of the like a football team" it was, was football . ."
I I Clans AA event next week at shot put and Jay Allen possibly The time had arrived. A new newly-formed East Bay Conference "Some of them still think it would be, replied

Florida Field. Gainesville, in the mile run era was about to begin. It was dressing room Is the field just as I had it figured.
The field event will beginat Beside Middents top hurdlers the first day of football practiceDREADNAUGHT "The first thing announced," added line coach Geoff h -I."

3 p.m, with preliminariesIn include John Powell of .. .... _
the track event at 3:30 Robinson and Tom Brown of on_... ..._m.. ._......-.....-... .... ................Z -1V O. W"" -- ... d
p.m, finals in the track event Chamberlain. All three will

will start at 730; p.m. compete In both hurdle event
Coach Bob Oenbrlnk's Larry Peacock and Dwayne CHIPWSHOTS

I Dreadnaught will be handicapped I. Driggora of Chamberlain are

!, by illness and the loss candidate for the ISO yard
of one nf the top pointer getters low hurdles
k when Larry Peacock Plant dominate t
Two runner
moved to Winter Haven. At I the 100 yard dash: Glenn Four golfers enjoyed the experience
S the outset of this season Lake. who has It in of
Schaibly, run watching their
'land' track prospects were I :09 8, and Rick Levinson Mike tee shots plunk Into the cup
the brightest in a decade but. Vogt of Brandon, who lias for an ace at Par-3 Golf Center -

covered the mile in 4:31: tops r', last week. Carding aces
that event with Mike Stone of q Y v were: NICK GREEN 75.yard
Winter Haven slated! to give No. 10. J. B. HOPKINS 120-
I PER MONTH him trouble. Yard No. 12, DICK PREWITT

I Plant's 880-yard relay team of Plant City, 115-yard No S;
payment apply to that covered the distance in A, B. FOSTER 85-yard No.

purchase price. Cartage :28.8: la top favored in that J6. Glen Arven golf club
chargt extra This offer It I ff160value event The Panther are also will hold a May Day tourneyon

Cited' to famines wishing favored In the sprint medley tr I'lLa Tuesday with starting
to rest their children's mu I relay they covered that in n t times, 8 a.m. Entry fee Is $5.

IleoloblOt"CANNON'. 1:589. Winter Haven, who Central Florida Golf Pro

dropped the mile relay and fessional Association has two

the Western Conference title e tourneys this month: May 8
I Contact me tod.I I I last week because of a drop / at Country Club of Orlando
I MUSIC CO. t"1\ ped baton, are favored In that and May 22 at Dubsdread

event. Country Club, Orlando .
303 S. Florida Ave. I I ;f. .l CNMAaS110N There will be an admission Polk County Women's Golf

lakeland Florida y Qrovo Park.>1.MISMM MmO'flct 1R charge of 50 cents for adults 1. Association was to have held

t Ml.Mil and 25 cents for students its final tourney today at Bar-
Phone MU 2.1145 I ik afternoon may present stubs tow . Ridge Pro-Am As
I STATE afternoon may presents stubs sociation's tourney today was
FttrlJa't largest Music Ce. LIfe IIUIHMCI, : FARM--J'( j for admission to the night to have been at Carpenter'sHome
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MOM Offlui .
Others 7
: May no
I 0 --- I I tourney, state amateur event:
II,I NINE Lokl.*4's Dr..4ii.
I Chile prop t>*M"ll/ ...... hit night .. Hale' UM. H.r* ire Shortitop L.rr.H Willis w.i net proton whoa ... Cleveland Height. May 28,

the Dn.dn.ughtt for '64, lift to fiche, Ittnt "wi Kin Tie,., Tfci Item wn ached by Jim Millie .n4 U < .,, ; Sebring; June 4, Winter Haven

I Kick hick, Kin Pool''r Honm. Usher, Saute! W4, h. SMiiut, ,Phot .y Hvti. ). .

I Robert Moors icnd raw, Gi.rj* L..., Mickey '.1111111.***, Hal J The 47th annual Florida
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- - State Golf Association handicap -

'-' .. Meet The Tiger! iMocs i 710 tourney at Port will St.be Lucle held May Golf
I ;\ ' I:Blue Club, Ft. Pierce Entry fee I
'';'' '' 11:' (,/' Lakeland Style Devils Edge'Dreadnaughts is $20 and entries close to-

; ./ :I.. !II ; ; :iti: morrow. It will be a 72.hole
rG R t .,. .. 1' r t, ; ,. ,.\ \ A newcomer to organized With T a' affair with handicap up to IS
1 baseball Is rookie catcher allowed Third annual
- r W.. t1f4
James Leyland currently No. I 53,000 Fernandina Beach Invitational .

_.. 1 "" ',. .. 2 receiver with the lakeland 54By The Florida! is slated June 5-7 at ,
". 1 .y
<< Fernandina Beach with a
\ ;, Tiger. Mica close out
.xl -.1 .. ,,',i. '. I on June 4, Entry fee i* S3
< Leyland lives In Perry' ball season this d"I with fish fry Included In the
JACK the Dreadnaughts
t. i. burg, Ohio, during the off ( a three-game the hole event.
Ledger Sports Editor t Lakeland thus ended with a
season and Is If years old. University of State Professional
He was signed last year by Harry Burnett's one.handed 3-11 record. Winter Haven hasa Two Golf Association' proama.teur
seven in are
the Detroit organization.The stop of Mickey Pennmgton's bid makeup Western Conferencegame tourney i is slated May
rookie is 5-foot-11 and for a hit in the seventh inning In Winter Haven with scheduled to .m. 20-24 at Ormond Beach . .
saved a 5-4 Group IV baseballwin Robinson and a win will loss tomorrow at DeSoto National Amateur
weigh I 180 pounds. He'
righthanded all the way, for''the Winter Haven Blue them into a tie for the loop a single at tourney i II May 14-18 at three
Devils over the Lakeland Dread crown. The Blue Devils are 2 p.m. Bradenton area courses,
In hill first
as a
Tiger he collected a pair of naughts last night at Henley 8-7 overall. Field Bradenton Golf Club, DeSoto
Field. Harry Bennett Lakes Golf Club and
a sophomore, Longboat
singles and home
drove a Coach Hal
... -.. run. The Blue Devils had taken a fanned eight in going the route the Key Golf Club. It will be a
18-8 for inl/
= 5-1 lead before the Dreadnaughts for the winners Ricky Peick'Florida hole affair with handicapsup

-- pI just missed tying the score in and Ronnie Wade divided the to IS allowed , The 39th
the sixth In the seventh Ken hurling for Lakeland. ence with annual amateur Public Link

I Titus singled to left with one The Blue Devils games championship tourney slated -
t go a run In. tests A clean the
I down and was sacrificed to second , the second on a walk and singlesby Tampa aeries July 13-18 at Francis Gross

: by John Rhodes. BurnettPennlnaton' Dwayne Ikea, Burnett and of a third place the golf course. Minneapolis
E t grabbed bid for a! Rick Anderson conference and Sectional qualifying rounds for
run-scoring hit and tossed out I Florida are slated June 20 at
They added two take three from the
more runs
the Lakeland outfielder to end Hyde Park golf club, Jacksonville
In the third Mocs would
11. on a walk an er
the game. And the season for and Miami's LeJeune
ror and doubles by Bobby Smeltzly will Country Club.

Downs and Del Reese. Reese Three" pitching The PGA has distributed a

AuburndaleTo tingled and Bill Sltvey tripled paw Ken booklet, "Golf and the PGA
i for another Haven tally In the danders Ken Professional" which explains

fifth. Hock ready for the workings of the PGA and

Host I What proved to be the winning Murphy and how to become a golf professional -
t Group run came in the sixth when ably will work Contact your PGA golf

; I Anderson walked with one down, bleheader with pro for detail and Information

''Track MeetAUBURNDALEEleven went to second as John Rhode Saturday. . National Golf Day
muffed a plckoff try and to third this year will be Saturday

when Wade threw into center,I NO I May 30. Monies derived go to
:: high'field on another pickoff attempt' the National Golf Fund Inc.

jci schools will compete In the and home on a perfect squeeze MEDULLA Golfers will be shooting to

Class A, Group 7 track meet bunt by Bennett beat Jack Nlcklaus, '63 PGA
Saturday at the Auburndale A hitter Ronnie MEDULLA champion and Julius Borne
JAMES LEYLAND High! ingle by pinch '
hitter Bruce the
63 USGA Open champion.
School football stadium Baker an error and El-
. Rooki. Rtctivtr Field events and finals are',wood DuVals single gave I Docsey Tigers to The two will play a "Roundof

(Ischeduled to begin at 9:30: a.m. Lakeland a tally In the fifth. over the IMC a Champion" Monday, June

; Lassies Split 2 with track preliminaries starting) In the sixth both Rhodes and Medulla Dixie I, at Columbus Country Club
here Columbus Ohio .
at 10 a.m., according to Tom Pennmgton walked. Bobby Gates game By
Softball Games Terry, meet manager and Au- jot a single on a grounder that I Tuesday's the Masters, Arnold l
swept into first
I burndale coach. bounced through the second out among

McDonald's I I assies dividedtwo Schools slated\ to enter are'Mieman's legs but pitcher Ben-I The contest by 488 the.75.money Jack winners Nickalus with Is $33-
r non-league women' softball Auburndale, Barlow, Dade City'I nett failed to cover first Rhodes the 10-run rule ond
at $30.150 while Dave
games this past weekend Puce Haines City, Lakeland!scoring. Hal Hunt hit to the Infield homered for the! Marr
moved up to third at
Kathleen lake Wales, Plant
i Behind the home run hittingof and Pennlngton beat the had two triples.
r rl I $1936949 Palmer leads in
City WauchuU Hardee New' '
throw home. When the throw also for
Gregory, Betty Stephens ,
(Port Richey Gulf I average at 70 222 stroke per
2, Joanne Pendry, 2, Sara,Creek, and Sebring. went wild, Gate scooted in toj round and in Ryder Cup points
o Union, Susie Cam, and Bettye,I The first three finisher in I,scorer: But the' next two hittenicouldn't SMITH with 341.25,
Salter, the Lassies bombed the move Hunt across '
each final event will qualify for OTTAWA
(Medulla Merchanettes, 2S7. An It was the Dreadnaught career
the State Class A meet scheduled Ottawa Rough
error with the baaes loaded and finale for Baker, Wade, Robert
Saturday, May 9, at the Canadian -, Baseball So ft halt
to outs In the ninth inning, gave Moore and DuVal
,University of Florida in Galnes- nounced the of
5-4 the verdict Plant City over Well the Lassies Drillers. a'Iville. :"lIfl'NAYIM:1: Ml Oil 0 O :*4 4 I t Don Smith, 24, Games Tonight,

Among the pre-lournament ,...r.nou. Wod Mi4 ill .n4 Polk"Ma. ,Aao.,.. OHM roa ft IdDAHRILL: versify of

l In the Medulla contest, Twila favorites to qualify for the ... ........... .
Gregory had double I ' 1' Sort Lreeve
a single, .
t stale meet as
are Kathleen'sRonnie | ,..:..., .
; ; '' : b.k :10.:.
'''\10;'''"', "" ''..'' ,t \ and triple besides her homer. Vlsquera Halne City' A naiv PALMfTTO suave
'Alma Clemons, Melts Baker,I Chuck Lovell and Wayne Shuff r'*'L r,,.': ? "{>: Po'r"tl L.Y., .
and r "* <
Kay Richardson homeredfor Plant City's Hollis Keene, Au.burndale's ;, A uMLAS.LANS *">
the Merchanettes. Harold Hunt, and I lr aI'" .0"' L'AOU'' .
: The Lassies are members of 1 Lake Wales' Lee Debault. "r -" il.rl.uic h" Cuinorida "..'
the Lakeland Women's City Debault, Hunt and Lovell have?!, .,':,''I ,eon?' p'ies i- :,' ':;WA ,1'd and'No:' e pmLr .
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Softball League ibeen dominating the high jump) I.1.p' ,' CYanam'd' r, w-e r4a.M .
,event while Lovell Is undefeated I! moor I II'II? ? '1'JiOi> ';: W.itea DIAL1/1QM V.,' A,.

1Ita4dexMEN'S in the 120-yard high and ISO' \t-N0...a.MtouZLA. Ch.leow. 7L. .Sm'. us
yard low hurdles Shuff bas lost D.IC" "OUTI4 Lraeue
.. . ''only once this year in the 880- c"i: .r i. an.aLOWPITCN ea 0m Liaeut

KlNGSWOODiStATI yard run.ViJlquera. 1w C..mOD, Coe Ii,." 1 0os.rol td.wse T. !...em r..
the US-pound J Y Find.. P m J."a t a:
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WEARGROVE will be shooting for his UuhworUiCt ft, .earl' AT'LuOVt.. .
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consecutive J:. aO $
meet record Junior'l CoiTn"Il. T., :
broken existing pole ;t I J It M e M WMeMuicTTitow W..w.a.: e. : 0.. J .
I marks in his last three PITCHmSasas'i

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: John Mack, athletic director will coach the Lakeland Amer rti :.; . a .

I f I and head basketball and baseball lean Legion baseball team this! .. ::< .'it.

J coach at Santa Ft Catholic summer, according to an an .. To Sponsor

.1 1 High School for three years nouncement yesterday by Legion :AfIt ;. '

officials. " " r

\ Previously Legion official) .' \ ;'>'i' Jump EventThe

had indicated Don Roberta would l

handle the team. However, due
to unforeseen family and bull Lakeland Water Ski

i ness conflicts, Roberta was un ,kn Club will sponsor a Jumping
able to accept the position. tournament Sunday at Lake

Coach Mack has scheduled Holllngsworth.

the first meeting for Wednesday The event, tanctloned by

The time and place wil the American Water Ski Association -

be announced later. This initial wUI get under way

meeting will be for tryouts and ... at S a.m. Lake Holllngs
organizational purposes. worth will be closed all diy

All boys Interested In tryIng Saturday and Sunday lor l

out for the Legion team \ practice and the tournament

from the Lakeland, Santa Fe, fII-' The Jumping I* scheduled Irt.o

Kathleen and Mulberry areas to lake place In front of the ,

are urged to attend Wednes JUMPING LAKELANDEft Fronki* Dell *f UktlcnJ. and Crprou Corjoni will Io on* o( concrete dock adjacent to the

day's meeting. the compotitor in Ski .,.el.1 LokoUn. Wotor Ski Club III..plll'| teensy sunder .t lake. Hollinst- Lakeland Yacht Club.

Mack, 25-years-oId and a 1961 worth. Photo obov was fokon. .lo.il kummor b, tno Awocltltdl Proit when Dtoi opporonHf ttt 5I Among the early entriesare

graduate of Florida Southern I I now world mark for Junior boyt ojf 99 ..... Later Ik* mark wot knockoJ" out became of a rvldtii Mrs Barbara Cooper

College where he was a star croo.n ". Th. '.11.",'" .h the ton of M,. .no' Mrs Chorll P. Doe of IIS Gory a..... Clack, formerly of Lakelandand

catcher, said practice would be- uu _. ___uumu" now of Cypress- Gardens
gin Monday, May 11, at Tiger- Paul Merrill and Joker Os-

town. Practices will be dailyat Drag Exhibition borne, both of Cypress Gar

3:<45 p.m. at Tlgertown. Nelson Testimonial dens, and Franck Dees, Don '

No definite schedule has been Slated SaturdayAt Roberson and Chipper Chip-

approved as man, all of Lakeland.
yet. Dinner ,
However, all home games will May 7 Grove ParkThere There will be classes for all

be played at Henley Field participants starting with
Uniforms and equipment will Lakeland football fans will pay tribute to Coach Nurml junior boys and girls. Those

be furnished. All a boy has to Nelson at a special testimonial dinner Thursday, May 7, will be a drag exhibition Interested may still enter.

bring is his spikes and glove. at The Cadet Restaurant. at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Chief Judge will be Ernie

This will be the first season Price of the dinner will be $1 per plate and reservations Grove Park Shopping Center Jackson of Orange Park : VAN HEUSEISTVANTRIC

s+ Mack has coached American should be made by phoning MU 3-4703 or mailing
featuring two of Lakeland's
Legion baseball. reservation with payment to Box 2155, Lakeland, Florida. top
"We hope to get a lot of drag drivers, Hugh Oglesby and RUSSIA WINSLIMA
---. boys Deadline for reservations Is May S. i

From this area," said Coach Invitations have been sent to many of the coaches In Beecher Wyatt.

I JOHN MACK Mack, "and field a winning the State of Florida who were Nelson's opponents duringhis The exhibition, sponsored by Peru (AP) Russia
. Log ion Coach team." the defending champions, routed
16-year tenure at Lakeland Senior High School. (Other Harold Fussell, will be conducted
Peru 80-41 Wednesday nighlIn
sports celebrities are also expected to be on hand to honor and supervised by the Tampa the final-round competition

I Boxscores the Lakeland coach who quit coaching to devote full timeto Dragway under the direction of
Major League his duties as athletic director. Billy Herndon 3f the Tournament.Women's World Basketball 100% DacronTricot luxury shirting In a

The affair is an effort to show appreciation to Nelson Oglesby will be In his "Great perfect wash and wear shirt. Keeps you fresh

ALTIMOIII torah SOITON M r k kironol LOt AN9ILKS NOSH HOUSTON okrkM I t for the many years of good football his Dreadnaughts Southern's Goat" while Wyattwill and crisp through your busiest days. The famous

/ c fl 111 I tchllllnt" Ik ttlt Will M 4111 K.tko u 4111Moon jj gave Lakeland fans in the years from 1943 to the present drive his famous "Rebel." Van Heusen dual collar can be worn
"..'k" M t 11 t Sr .- n 4 I H 1111 *o" 9b 4110 I Both
tiobont Ik delay'trio .01 l If 41 IPow.il / W DwiIH11" t I"IV I-Wvnn If 1110 J day cars are Plymouth open for sports or closed with a tie Never
I II 311 tMolron Jo 41 Howord rl, I 1 j Aft*"nlo Jb 1110 super-stocks. Oglesby and Wyatt
tnvoor M 01 l ttuort Ik Sill ,. Ik 11 * Whito rt til ",.., ",. -. -..... have' entered needs Ironing !
Ortlno t 1111 ConloMoro Cf 41 11Rablnton RoMtaro a/ 0110..uct': cf 4 111 drag races KlNGSWOODPd.
Jo 4 111 Clinton rt I 11BoOTtu W_.. 4 | Stub Ib tilt throughout the state and Ogles
rt I I t S '"Im.n 4111 Troco'okl. Solids and Neat Stripes $5.95
c Ml I 11 I Solomon 131 I'
"d.I,211 1111 MorohMd P 1101 WllUllto t I 111 Noftobart 5 1111Owon. Nicklaus Palmer FavoredIn by has just returned from a tour
II".... P i * *Motl a ttttttocK p tillOLIIII. of Tennessee where he recorded
tttt OM.nllll. I t t toJotmon 1111Noonar
several local track marks.
1 111 l ttttRoymond
rloddll P 1 * t 1110 There will be admission
Teals. M 4 14 ,...1. II 111 IaC.nld Tololo II 11 t ,...,. U 111 Tourney Of ChampionsLAS no t
) out on .".... for Stack In 1-0__ out tar -. in rah charge for the exhibition and the P
rttii b-Oroundod kilo S doubl. ploy. lor Lot "_tot .. . Ml M* in.? public also will have a chanceto
PJodoti In oin.t.llimoro Hondo* M* M* _-I
. . . '5115 tll4MIM 1-auuckMtb.'P0-A-Lee: .n..,.. JM. VEGAS, Nev. (AP-J ck for' an unprecedented fourth get a sneak preview ofPlymouth'

a-No------------' : :: .011111Id1-t;'II, Sector 1 Hoution t. 17-t LO'-Lit Antolot o. HoutIon Sicklaus and Arnold Palmerled time. I new sports car, the Pol 'Ad, k ,S. dld t
f>.It DP-Robmwn. Slew ond lloborS ft IS-Moon. H.-"o"" . Barracuda
LOB-S.ltlnnoro ,. lotion t. 1-WIIMII6 I'-How. It-Wynn off as the big name golfers The pair are co-favorites .'

IS-Roblmon t. Tlllmon "..,rtetmltl, IP M' aR5550 in the $65000 Tournament of I But In the 16 major tournaments , -- -- - -- ". N
I rondt.. Jt-Clinton. HR-RoblnoM. tPStuort WII""' ".. W. ,., 1 I' I I I Champions today. But In the played this there
Nottobort, L, .! tilt I 1 I 7 year,
IP H R S: SI tOCtlrod. Ow... .. .. H. 11 I 1 risky business of this game, have been 18 different winners
S t S I 1 I nHoornor I t t I
t 0
stork, w-I. .. I I 0 I t tHoddll Roymond ,". .. I I" 5 nothing is certain and no one is Counting the final three tour
... It. * IMorontod I 1 Hoornor foctd I mn hi 144. a cinch. I neys of 1963, the string stretchesto rm.1[
t., 0-lt I S I I I I U-Gor..n. Wllllimi, Smut, Polokoudt .
Rod.n . t 1 I I 1 4M I .. T-l:IS. A-1 .1M. Power hitting Nicklaus won 19, with as many different fVl@
-Pocot 1 mon In Mi here and Palmer In
a winners
year ago
wp-litr.o. t. u-McKlnkv. toor, I. FORYOUR
lorna V.ionllM. T-t:11. A-im 1962 And three weeks ago Pal- Such a series, according to U;

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M ,11111 IT. LOUIS to win the famed Masters
oo r > .4 NoS1 ok r k M slump In professional loll f
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Dr. 211 PtoiMr o I' *Owns t 11 i were U. S, Open champion
OOontiuoP> ltt t t ** Janus 0 111 txwctl' 0 1111 i Julius Boros TRAILER f)95 it's VAN HEUS Ne
llurdl ont R I . WokMUM. S 1111 Tovlor P I * i idHlckmoncf I British Ope! HJnCHES
W.SLoe, III 1 l 111 *cJ...... l I I< Golf champion Bob Charles I from
T..... J* 11* I ,..... 1111 th.ntl f * tOLono r I TourneyALEXANDRIA New Zealand and Gary Playeof To Fit .
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,McAhiltto. Shorryi O Dano nuo, Cwiov. 11 I Loult . IM Ml IM tl_4CCMllono Professional Golf Association hand injury. He was also
Konwt CIIV t .
LOS-Ootroll 0 iMA-New
K.lln. volt II 14 second to Palmer here In 1962 SAVE TIRES 5
IS-Contilo.. Domotor, HR (for, out wnon lrmlno' run Korod II tourney which sponsors have on
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$........ L. .., i I I 1W. Pltnor .. til I. M.* I SR I It I 10 5 place money In the S
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Jo 1111
5. ivlor .. ..... 1 114' * 1 every
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Ik ISIS KIrt..trt H 4 I T-):11 A-J.I44. and daughter of a local golf tournament wonderful% Dacronand 33% fine cotton
Lock c-rf S Ill Ken.r 1131 I North Texas State, winner of:
rumlor 11 0 S I Know Ik 1111 pro, will be looking for her first the SIC team title seven times cloth which It perfect wash and wear..neverneeds
.0. S".Loa P 3111 BRAKE SPECIAL
alnk"" II pro victory when she tees off
kRolMT 111 I OuUt S I J I JcKonnoOy since 1911. Is the favorite as defending , ironing. And the cotton in this blended
N/ s/CKonco 5 1 PITTIIUkOM MILWAUKSI' In the opening round.
.5,511 ok r k kltctwllold champion. But the entry fabric it fine combed which
ouhllK l I IIIKoeluo Even 10, the 25-year-old six- cotton means
1101.Hlnsen M 1111 Alov ef 111 I list of 32 schools Includes the' Brakes relined edjuittd all
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for KO.IW 1ft 4thSlnoM ", ..or-"I211 115 I Hays It 111 after her dad-knows the
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for RWt. V..Io. 1111 Mnko u til i.Lando In both tourneys
In till, *-'IIocI Mal entries count
tor Rotor I t i Ckwmoor R I t * rolling fairways like the
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_. years.
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. for all the this PLUGS
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.. too A00.001 ,. Clonaonon. LOS-rmiAuroll' L M.Ioukoo time. get its toughest oppositionfrom

jlKlriMtrlck. IS KoBfO, IS- 1.-....I..., Monko. I-C Ionl...... contenders are Marllynn Memphis State, Wake Forest MUFFLERS TAILPIPES SEAT COVERS ETC.
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. I I t Smith defending champ, and ,
L I t t I 1 ,
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winner of the
IcooHti/ . . .H" 1 I T.. Mickey Wright
turkort tudol Prvor tocory
1 1Itwaaill Alabama Tennessee
1I.1k' .. ... ..I 1 1 S 1 1 1 IC""I" "A-4.W. Peach Blossom Open in Spartan- ,
? and Louisiana State
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HM St- 3 1 1 1 Sa1d I 'II 4015 s
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..... r 1111 Ie.1I.tIt lair 0 r ..011. hit Plant City at Ruskin and V rTw ..

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the Mulberry Merchanettes at Mrs.//

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= LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April JO, IH4 _..... ... A. l .a r .._.... r 1 lien 1 .. lH 1 ''''

Prep Track Stars Seek I I t 'What It Was, Was Football' 'I'I

By JACK FLOWERS In the three-year history of the said Mack don't know who was more
Berth I In State Tourney Ledger Assistant Sports Editor school. head the kids or myself"

: You have problems? Think The above remarks were a few handling Coach Mack "I think
i. again of the first impressions In a Barker on the field before the
Coach John Mack had 31 small, crowded dressing room.It that
I was ready to go. It
problems yesterday was mass confusion. 3.IS: pm. boy. "
In District Meet HereFOR "Hey, coach, which shoe goeson Everyone was in everyone's the last really far there great to have get started.been no

I what foot?" way dressed, : just one retirement.
"Will tell "That' shoe." "I got
somebody please me my
'. has already hung
With berth in the Florida r both Gary Little and Jim If you put the pants .or hip pads "How am I supposed to get I didn't of the uniform.31 There have f
RENT State Class AA prep track Williams were sidelined by on first?" these size 32 pants on over my start," his few blisters bruises
meet at stake, the District events "How do you lace up these hip pads? I wear size 32 in the had a a
illness, ruining running horses, sand
IV track and field meet gets cleat?" waist as it is." I held It
:NEW SPINET PIANOS !I I underway tomorrow at 3 peen and relay events for Lakeland; "Are my shoulder pads tight "Coach, will you show me football and those things that go t

at Nurmi Nelson Field Sandy Fortin went out with an enough?" how to fasten the belt on my lions?' workouts
will work out at
The track meet will Involve injury and top dash man Rod "What's a face mask, coach?' pants?" the group Fe 20 consecutive
91y for
Lakeland, Winter Haven, Linder has been sidelined by Sounds a little farfetched, Coach this, coach that, woe said, day
Brandon and the Tampa the mumps. Top Lakeland I huh? Well, it's the honest truth. life of a coach! repeating days on the cow. pasture r

1 schools- Robinson King, hopes for qualifying berthsare I To the normal, average Lake. Santa Fe will compete on the "The football field.asked if the
'Chamberlain Hillsborough, John Middents, the fine I lander it was just another day gridiron this coming fall for the the most, boy, when >
Plant and Jefferson. Top three sophomore In both hurdle Not so for 31 of the 64 boys en initial season. The Crimson on, "was of football was as easy as
would ,
finishers In each event willI events; Larry Gamble in the I rolled at Santa Fe Catholic High Hawks, under Coach Jack Bar the field Andy Griffith put. ."
earn a berth In the Florida discus; Dwayne Glenn In the j School ker, will be members of the like a It was, was football
I I Class AA event next week at shot put and Jay Allen The time had arrived. A new newly-formed East Bay Con. "Some It would be replied,
Florida Held, Gainesville bly In the mile run era was about to begin. It was ference. dressing Just as"I had it figured.
The field events will beginat Besides Middenls top pasSI.1 the first day of football practice "The first thing I announced'; added line h -1.

3 p.m, with preliminaries lers Include John t
In the track events at 3:30: Robinson and Tom u I r' 111' HI"1r ""11'' ''
p.m. Finals in the track event Chamberlain. All three will I I

will start at 7:30 p.m. compete in both hurdle events.' : CHIPWSHOTS
Coach: Bob Oenbrink'aDreadnaughte Larry Peacock and Dwayne Y j ''M a
will be handicapped Driggnrs of Chamberlain are ri
by illness and the loss candidates for the 180 yard
of one of the top pointer getters low hurdles

when Larry Peacock Two Plant runners dominatethe
moved to Winter Haven, At 100-yard dash: Glenn Four golfers enjoyed the experience
I the outlet of this season Lake Schalbly, who has run it in i t 'rat of watching their

land's track prospects were I :09.8, and Rick Levinson. Mike tee shots plunk into the cup
the.brightest In a decade but. Vogt of Brandon, who has for an ace at Par-3 Golf Center .

covered the mile in 4:32: tops last week. Carding aces
I ; that event with Mike Stone of were: NICK GREEN 73-yard
I 1 Winter Haven slated to give No. 10; J, B. HOPKINS. 120-
PER MONTHRental him trouble. Yard No. 12; DICK PREWITT

Plant' 880-yard relay team of Plant City, 115-yard No. 5;
paymeafs apply to that covered the distance in 1i A. B. fOSTER 85-yard No.

purchase price. Cartag. I :288 Is top favored In that 16 Glen Arven golf club
charge eitrou This offer I. RlCO event The Panthers are also will hold a May Day tourneyon

limited to famines wishing favored In the sprint medley Tuesday with starting
to test their children's mil- ) 0 relay. they covered that in times, I am Entry fee I I. $5.

steal ability. 1589. Winter Haven, who Central Florida Golf Professional
I dropped the mile relay and Association hal two
CANNONMUSIC the Western Conference title tourney this month: May 8

Contact me today | last week because of a drop at Country Club of Orlando
CO. ped baton, are favored In that and May 22 at Dubsdread

I i event. Country Club Orlando . .
303 S. Florida Ave iJ' CHAKLC "DOO"MAimiSON. I There will be an admission Polk County Women' Golf
I Orm Fork dm. t charge of 50 cent for adult Association was to have held
0"' .. 112.....
Lakeland/ Florida
L 1 e... lit.nn and 25 cents for students, I Its final tourney today at Bar-
Phone MU 2.1145 I It afternoon may present stub tow . Ridge Pro-Am As
| :. FferlaVf Largest Music Co. ;']j jf IniwMci .. FARMl A l1 l1UtI I for admission may to the night to have been at Carpenter's

I li MM Omar event. _. _. __ _ _._ _ _m Home. Others: May 7, no
1ti : tourney, state amateur event;
I DRUDNAUGHT NINE Lokoloiie'l, DreeJriougliri conclude Hunt, lobby Get.i, Erweoo *. I May 14, Lake Wales; May 21,

thtlr prop .......'1 Mote* lot night" It Henley Field. Hen ere Shertttoe lorroll Willis wet .. ", Cleveland Heights, May 28,
the Dreadnought for '64, left to right, front newt Ken Titus, The teem wol coeche4 by .", i I Sebring; June 4, Winter Ha.

Rick Prick, K.. Deal Ronnie Biker, Ronnie Wada, Joa Shalniit, Photo by Hughes). oven.I .

I Robert Meora second row, George Lay Mickey" ..Bonnlngro, Hoi .. The 47th annual Florida
- -- -- - -- State Association handi
I cap tourney will be held May

Meet The Tiger! ( 7-10 at Port St. Lucle Golf
.. ..
Ii Blue Club Ft. Pierce. Entry fee
i Lakeland StyleA Devils EdgeiDreadnaughts,54 is $::10 and entries close tomorrow
.' ''., i It will be a 72-hole
h : ..p". newcomer to organized I affair with handicaps up to IS

baseball is rookie catcher I allowed . Third
t. .'' 1r...
James Leyland currently No. I $3,000 Fernandina Beach Invitational 1-
t, 0' I II Is slated June 3-7 at
2 receiver with the Lakeland
J. 'Of Fernandma Beach with a
.. Tigers.

I am on June 4. Entry fee is $S
Leyland lives In Perrys1- with fish Included
fry the
t'/ : : '' .,' burg, Ohio, during the off By JACK SLAYTON the Dreadnaughts. Re."I the 54-hole event.

, : season and Is 19 years old. Ledger Sports Editor Lakeland thus ended with Florida State ProfessionalGolf
He was signed last year by Harry Burnett' one-handed 3-13 record. Winter Haven Association's pro-ama
the Detroit organization. stop of Mickey Pennington's bid a makeup Western are teur tourney is slated May
for hit in the seventh Inning game In Winter Haven ,m.
The rookie !is S-foot-11 and 20-24 at Ormond Beach . .
weigh J80 pounds. He' saved a 3-4 Group IV baseballwin Robinson and a win will DeSoto National Amateur
righthanded all the way. lor''the Winter Haven Blue them Into a tie for the at tourney I 11 May J4-16 at three
Devils over the Lakeland Dread- crown. The Blue Devils Bra den ton area courses,
In his first
game as a
naughts last night at Henley Bradenton Golf Club, DeSoto
Tiger he collected I pair of ,
Field. Harry Bennett, Lakes
a Golf Club and Longboat
and drove home
run. a The Blue Devils had taken a fanned eight in going the are Key Golf Club. It will be a
5.1 lead before the Dreadnaughtsjust for the winners Ricky In, 54.hole affair with handicapsup

.:.r.r. ...... ., ..." ...., missed tying the score in and Ronnie Wade divided to IS allowed . The 39th
T r the sixth. In the seventh Ken hurling for Lakeland | annual amateur Public Links

II-T: y Titus tingled to left with one The Blue Devil go a run the' championship tourney Is slated
L down and was sacrificed to sec 13-18
the second on a walk and July at Francis Gross
F and by John Rhodes. BurnettPenninaton'l by Dwayne Den Burnett the golf c o u r I e, Minneapolis.
i grabbed bid for a Rick Anderson. Sectional qualifying rounds for

run-scoring hit and tossed out: They added two more the Florida are slated June 26 at
the Lakeland outfielder to end Hyde Park golf club, Jackson.
In the third on a walk, an ..
the game. And the season for ville, and Miami' LeJeune
; ror and double by Country Club.
Downs and Del Reese. Rees.Ilnlled
The PGA has distributed a
and BUI SUvey
Auburndale booklet "Golf and the PGA
for another Haven tally In
fifth. I Professional" which explainsthe
workings of the PGA and
itIwi.I 'To Host Group : What proved to be the how to become a golf profes
I ning run came in the sixth sional. Contact your PGA golf
Anderson walked with one pro for details and information

1' 'Track MeetAIIBURNDALEEleven went to second as John Rhod . National Golf Day
: I muffed a pickoff try and to this year will be Saturday,
when Wade threw Into May 30. Monies derived go to
high field on another pickoff the National Golf Fund Inc
schools will\ compete in the and home on a perfect Golfers will be shooting to
'Class A, Group 7 track meet bunt by Bennett, i (, beat Jack Nicklaus. '63 PGA

JAMES LEYLAND Saturday I at the Auburndale High A single by pinch hitter Ronnie champion, and Julius Boros,
I School football stadium. Baker, an error and Elwood '63 USDA Open champion.
. Rookie '
,_ Receiver __ Field events and finals arel DuVal's single !') The two will play a "Roundof
{scheduled to begin at 9:30: a.m.1 Lakeland a tally In the fifth. a Champion" Monday. Juno
Lassies Split 2Softball with track preliminaries starting! In the sixth both Rhodes 1, at Columbus Country Club,
at 10 a.m.. according to Tom Pennington walked. Bobby Columbus, Ohio . By win.
I Games Terry, meet manager and Au got a single" on a grounder ning the Masters, Arnold
burndale coach. bounced through the Palmer swept into first among

McDonald's I Lassies divided I Schools slated to enter are baseman' leg but pitcher by the money winners with $13,-
;two non-league women' Softball Auburndale, Bartow, Dade City nett failed to cover first, 488.75. Jack Nickalus is sec.
games this past weekend. Pasco, Haines City, Lakeland scoring. Hal Hunt hit to the ond at $30,150 while Dave
( Kathleen, lake Wales Plant Marr moved third
i Behind the home run hittingof field and Pennlngton beat up to at
I City, WauchuU Hardee, New 1936949.
Twila Gregory, Betty Stephens -( throw home. When the !] Palmer leads in
2, Joanne Pendry, 2. Sara Port Richey Gulf Turkey went wild. Gates scooted In average at 70.222 strokes per
Creek, and Sebring. i round and !in Ryder Cup points
LInton, Susie Kain and Bettye core' But the'next two |
The first three finishers In with
Sailer, the Lassies bombed the :couldn't move Hunt acros
final event will for
Medulla Merchanettes, 257. An leach qualify |! It was the Dreadnaught
State Class A meet scheduled -
error with the bases loaded and finale for Baker Wade
Saturday I at the
May ,
two outs In the ninth inning gave Moore and DuVal. -! >ascball Softball
University Florida In Gainesville
the Plant City Well Drillers a, oil of
01 e T
V4 verdict the Lassies WKLANDA1aN IWO Oil t:4 e : Sanies Tonight
.Il Among the pre-lournament Pike tuimru. Wad..e end) ..r\:.*.Aaetnoo*r OU ::1:
In the Medulla contest Twila I favorites to qualify for thestale
l Gregory had a single, double, sasy L.u..o. .
meet Kathleen'sRonnie I 0'1'1'
L Aau
('4 j are
,: I .....,
> -; ... ...
xV '
u"', < '. "J and triple besides her homer. Vlsquera,Haines City's >>:::: ;.. ""c.
Alma Clemons, Melba Baker,j Chuck Lovtll and Shuff, I -fV-lT7 10'1'1' i.*.vs
Wayne ..
and Kay Richardson homered I Plant City's Hollls Keene, Au- ;,I { ,r.,1,;;ls. W'.f 1rrY+'V 4 n C,Phc. Outdoor i,,*)k".
for the Merchanettes burndale's Harold Hunt, and 'uM i...o orr' LIAOUC
: The Lassies are members of I Lake Wales' Lee Debault. I 4. If", r N.rnorn, ., u5d tin s. rnlrrr.i i n'Lrida't::
J the Lakeland Women's City Debault Hunt and Lovell have! .':'."i ,.Bonk'I ha {4.' B.J tUr,15 M.rkri; 't-U' r,5 [pn..d,,
Softball League :been Lr. n. ".. 5 pn Diowond ho 51
dominating the high jumpl l'fI 1 nrr ,' on C..n.mld .. V-C t .1. a .
,event while Lovell is undefeated'! ; .mw 7j,roll"7 wpili.npdI.:: ..': Ar.w .
'I' "' r
maddox in the 120-yard high and 10 I( ngi o. yLTenrki4 r:5N..... b.MasrruA
tUECTKlNGSWOOD )yard low hurdles Shuff has lost! + f 1.11. VOU,. ttaQugCOMM501A1
''only once this vear in the 880- r ,'.LOW.. PITCH. 4 .m..IAO.UCIXIC
yard run.Visquera. dohs e..nun e k li i50.oRde .:... t .4..
the 145-pound junior M e1,1., :- 1..O'.A.n ..o=. ;;

MEN'S WEARGROVE will be shooting for his fourth I Ci..oiah.rtAii,. OPoew Arr,.."Odes
,consecutive meet record. He has a 77X ens'. &..i"TRa. A.reI.y:...t site:
broken existing pole vault I ,e :It..J": ... aunts. .1, Jsi eiM
I marks In his last three meet CMU.C" 'LOW L.a.
PARK DOWNTOWN appearances in the Bartow In. DIr'r-f 1: a., 'i. Irr. MubodI Ii&7.l a
vitac Qnal. '' L P\i f
Polk County and] ChR'silisAP' 4n Iood ,m
OPEN WEEKNIGHTS OPEN *RI. NIGHTS Southwest .. I.nd s.2"Po .r:: :. U:.....
KEf RESENTATlVE I Florida Conference ---- --- "' -- 0.. DI...'..... N. 2. 175
Last week he ateLssw .. .
TILL 9:00 TILL 9.00 cleared 12-teeti A'U JO
L.xrfani acts. c.e ewe. II JI
;61'4.loh" for 'mew SWC Stan- Pin Kahl,Ino

I I I dard. , lertew ''I< aaTNktt./', ,,,,.",.n "".aces ii. n,0111". 'JO a.No.nt p.m


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Thursday April 30. 1M4 21 r


To Coach Legion Nine . : ,(. ,:. ,: ,, .

Ski Club
Ida, ,v yd
John Mack, athletic directorand will coach the Lakeland Anur-|

I head basketball and baseball , lean Legion baseball team this,| 1

coach at Santa Fe Catholic summer, according to an an- : ; To Sponsor f'rrOd

High School for three years. officials.nouncement yesterday by Leglonl! Y r

Previously Legion officialshad Jump EventThe

indicated Don Roberts would, <

handle the team. However, due
aa. to unforeseen family and business , Lakeland Water Ski -a 1
Club will a Jumping
conflicts Roberts was unable , sponsor
to accept the position. tournament Sunday at Lake

Coach Mack has scheduled Hollingsworth.

the first meeting for Wednesday The event, sanctioned by nt

The time and place will the American Water Ski Astoclitlon /

be announced later This Initial : will let under way

Tf meeting will be for tryouts and ... at 8 a.m. Lake Holllngs
3 tk organizational purposes. worth will be closed all day

All boys Interested In try. Saturday and Sunday for

lag out for the Legion team practice and the tournament

: from the Lakeland Santa Fe, "".. The jumping 1 is scheduled

Kathleen and Mulberry areas to take place in front of the 411,1Y

are urged to attend Wednes JUMPING UKELANDER-FMfikt Doot .. Ukblomd) sad Crpru Girdles will k one .< concrete dock adjacent to the

day's meeting. the c/mt.t
Mack. years-old and a 1961 Photo obovo w.. taken Mjtt tutnnitr /y tho Auociotod Prttl when DOM ."."..tI, ttl I Among the early entries

graduate of Florida Southern now world inoirk for junior Lye .t 90 150P liter tkt mark wot knocktt: out bocoui. of I rulottiKrtB are Mrs. Barbara Cooper

College where he was a star .iicy. Tht yoimoitor It .... M. .f M,. cud Mrs Chorllt *. Doot .! IIS Gory Rood Clack formerly of Lakelandand

catcher said practice would be- I .__.. now of Cypress Gardens,
gin Monday May 11, at Tiger Paul Merrill and Joker Os-

town. Practices will be daily Drag Exhibition borne both of Cypress Gar

at 3:43 p.m. at Tlgertown Nelson Testimonial dens and Frankto' Dees, Don

No definite schedule has been I Slated SaturdayAt Roberson and Chipper Chip-

approved as yet. Dinner man all of Lakeland.

However al home games will'J' May 7 Grove Park There will be classes for all

be played at Henley Field. participants starting with

Uniforms and equipment will Lakeland football fans will pay tribute to Coach Nurml | junior boys and girl. Those

be furnished. All a boy has to Nelson at a special testimonial dinner Thursday, May 7, There will be a drag exhibition Interested may still enter

bring Is his spikes and glove. at The Cadet Restaurant. at 1 p.m. Saturday at the I Chief Judge will be Ernie

This will be the first season Price of the dinner will be $5 per plate and reservations Grove Park Shopping Center Jackson of Orange Park. VAN HEUSEISTVANTRIC

Mack has coached American should be made by phoning MU :3-4703 or mailing
featuring two of Lakeland's
Legion baseball. reservation with payment to Box Z155 Lakeland, Florida. top

-- -_. "We hope to get a lot of boys Deadline for reservations is May 5. drag drivers, Hugh Oglesby and RUSSIA WINS

from this area" said Coach Invitations have been sent to many of the coaches In Beecher Wyatt

I JOHN MACK -I Mack," and field a winning the State of Florida who were Nelson's opponents duringhis The exhibition, sponsored by LIMA. Peru (AP) Russia
. Lf I.* Coocli ,team the defending champions rout
18-year tenure at Lakeland Senior High School. Other Harold Fussell will be conduct.
'ed Peru 80-41 Wednesday night
sports celebrities are also expected to be hand to honor ed and
on supervised by the Tampa 1
In the final-round competition

I Major League Boxscores I the his Lakeland duties as coach athletic who quit director coaching to devote full timeto Drsgway Billy Herndon.under the direction of ,of the Women's World Basket 100% Dacron Tricot luxury shirting In a

I ball Tournament
The affair Is an effort to show appreciation to Nelson Oglesby will be In his "Great perfect wash and wear shirt. Keeps you fresh

IALTIMOIC serest COtTON .5,054 LOS ANOIIII MrkM HOUSTON oktkki t1 for the many years of good football his Dreadnauglitsgave I Southern's Goat" while Wyatt and crisp through your busiest days. Th famous

.rtndtcft I t ISchlllln. ib 111APOrklo Wllll M /l Kotko M 4505 gave Lakeland fans In the years from 1943 to the prelf'ntday. will drive his famous "Rebel." Van Heusen dual collar con be worn
tt It *Brououd n 4111 Moon .M ltioo, tb 41 11
ails,,, Ik 4 I tVlri.Mil 11111 w. Owll cf 11 I | Wynn If 1110 I Both cars are 1964 Plymouth open for sports or closed with a tie Never
Pow.ll' 'f I' l Mlnno' Jb 4111 Howard rf. 11.1 Afbt ... Jb 4 .0 super.stocks. Oglesby and Wyatt
Snvdor N 1111 Stuort Ib 111OrHno Fairly Ib tit Whlto rf lit 0 -.....,-. --......... have entered needs ironing!
t 4 .I.C...'.... cf 4 111odlmon ROMMTO C 1110 BMUCh'P d 4101 drag races KlNGSWOOD
Jb 4 1.1 Clinton rf 411 Wwnoi Jk 411 Itouk ib it 0 throughout the state and Ogles '
'0_. rf .1. tTlllmon c 411 TfK.'lkl 211 311 I .......... < 1111! Solid and Neat Stripes $5.95
Adolr' 3b 411 Mornwod p 1111 Wlllhltt p I * ( NottoMrt 3100 Nicklaus Palmer Favored by has just returned from a tour
1.1r... p I I I I .....11. 1111 Owoni p tit of Tennessee where he recorded
Stock * *kMonllll. 1110 Llllll' 1111
.Jonnnn I III Horn p 1101 several local track marks.
".. p I 111 11.._ .
Ills There will be admission
,....* U 101 Totals MtlllColiod Tol.lt U f I I Toltlt IS 111 In Tourney Of ChampionsLAS no w KI
.- : out on .Ir.... for Sled InJttii Croundtd lit for 0..... hi 7m charge for the exhibition and the
b-Oroundod "kit* t douolo pUv for lot Anooloo .. Ml MO ji-l public also will\ have a chanceto I
M.ti In otnoinmon I.N11 .
' ... . tit *M 1-. t-*..ueh.mp.'PO-A-Loi 1011-N.-1 Anooioi 174. VEGAS. Nev (AP-J ck for an unprecedented fourth I get a sneak preview ofPlymouth' F
BMIM tit tit Ill-I Houiton 17... ..
.';PO.A-5alilm.l: :: : LOt-Lo. *110545 Moutj Nicklaus and Arnold Palmered time. new sports car, the
t-Nono 17'II lotion11II S. #* .t>*l 'A* tn> dl . D -II"" '.._ Adolr lad Slobori n JB-Moon HR-Botomon. I'-W,..... I off as the big name golfers The pair are cofavorites.But I Barracuda
.. LO'-'mer.' 7. salw S. l-Wlllnitt SO-Howard.
11-P.oblnion I. TIIIa .n. Voitrromtkl! I IP M R SRBBSOwniMto. I n the $65,000 Tournament of In the 16 major tourna
1 rondt. JB.Clinton" HP.-."" '''_ .,- wii o 0 3 5 1 1 Champion today But in the ments played this there
Slvort. Norman, L, t-l til I S I I 70w year
it N n IO.BBSOCtlrodi . .. 14 5 * 1 risky business of this game have been 18 different winners. '
.. .... S t t I iHoornor .
'I I 1/ .
Stock. W, M .. I I. I I I' Rovmond . I I I I 1 S nothing is certain and no one Is Counting the final three tour- '
Hoddl .... S 1..1 I k-HOetn.i 14014 1 mon Nt HI S i cinch. I neys of 1963, the string stretches
nMof......, Ut-lt 13 3 S !1 U-Gar....... Wllll.mi. Smltn, ...I.k...- :
PM.lt . .: 1 t I I 4 dot T-l.15. A-ION. Power hitting Nicklaus won to 19, with as many different @
X-Poc.d 1 mon Tin, lere a year ago and Palmer in winners '
WP-Eitr4d I. U-McKlnlov' ., I*' FORYOUR
lorno, Vtlontlnt.. T-f:11. A-llt. 1 962. And three weeks ago Pal Such a series, according to .

CSTP.OIT KANSAS CITY ner broke' out of a lengthy PGA, historian Doc Giffin, is unmatched MONEY
,.11I .ornk,, NOW Yolk IT. LOUIS lump; to win the famed Masters in professional .
tk k kl
Won Jb I U Malh.a7 Jrt i ILumn Elliot cf 1JIOIIPb14' cf 111oCkffonor records.
Ib I oJIntnn lit
Oom'or c-rt i I 11 rtotaull cf t IS 0! I10rnant 1111 IO1/Ors/N* Ltwll rf 1110 III Twenty-nine players were let 3-DAY ,SALE!
Bruion Kollno cf rt *III* t Chorlo. I:Jb I II .1 Hortnoil Hunt Ib Ib 4I II *13W00.IbWorwkK"Ib rf 4111 I' 11 Creed Picked to tee oft today over the 7,073-

Morton 5. 111 COIOKIIO rf 1111 to.Smltn Ib 111OIoy.,30: Sill yard, par 36-36-72 Desert Inn
Coin Ik ill Cdwordi t 4 111ProrKM B. ,..Ior I' I McCorvor
> 11I c c 111 0 I Country Club course, Weatherrorecllts
Oontllo Jb
t 4131 .
Thomoi H S l ClorT ... MAulllto 4 5I *dWIIHomi ttlO Altmon rf 111 I Shannon It 111 called for sunny skies
K 11 I 0Ihary
.i Aoulrro 1 3111 IMtcBrwn HOrnoMt 1111Gaon Kon.nl, 3b 1010 Gallant 9b 11 u To Take Her Among the other notable contenders : Custom
S C. Smltti
M 4 * tJovlor Ib f f t
Sill I
Ik PHAor p 1111015.P C 1111 wer J U. S. Open chain.
Donliuo 111Sturdlvonl I I HbL.u Jockwn p * t .lodoc.l. 111WokttMM Julius Bores British TRAILER HITCHES it's VAN HEUSEIXT
p p * t t R. Tovlor p 1110 pIon Open
I * clHlck"' ." cf 1111 cJomoi 1111 Golf champion Bob Charles from $1295ONLY

I I* I Wyatt T.....p 374 1111. 3 Lono Ih..II.. 1111. I Tourney New Zealand and Gary Playerof To Fir Most Cars

.NGr54md.d "Into **klo. Plovod torMolniwi T...,. 17 t 4 S Tololo" 171 II 4o South Africa. j
M n"l k-Fliod out tor Shirdf -* ".n' M till c-Strucb out for 0111.limoMIn . tut for Loolt' In 7511lrVCk out ALEXANDRIA La (AP)-A Another solid challenger wa INSTALLED

0.54545 1011I don.. for *.BIIJ.B. .., I-I lor M.. Tutor tot Nttii m fti o-Creundod d-'Hod out out for torWokrlMM hometown gal, Clifford Ann Bill Casper Jr. He'was a threat ,

...... City ........ tot ttl Mt t- Elliot kl Itthi -Struck out tor H........ Creed, Is sentimental favorite to last year until forced out after
e-McAullrto PO-A-Oolrolt >>11. K onMl In "III'W.lk...,: for tntnti ,In HIM
. nine holes In the final round
C. a.McANIN. by
City JO-17 DP-Wort Lumpo New York m tot tot 11-' win Alexandria's $7,500 Ladies $
., Shorm Oonodhuo Cou_. It LOKll IM Ml lot tl-4 Professional Golf Association a hand injury. He was also
6 ntllo. LOB-Ootrolt o. K._. CH t. .-G"".... PG A-Now York Jl-II
second to Palmer here In 1962 SAVE TIRES 5
as-Gontlio. Domotor HP. which have '
(ono out w1.wlnnint run scared* SI tourney sponsors on
.. II......... 115110A.ulrrl Loon U-ll OP-B. Taylor. and Hunt, named In her honor.
IP ?
.... .. I 11 4 I I Wnito and 10.7AIMwn., Grab lOS-Nt York It SILoull /' end it's only
Shorry, W M .. IO'hu' ...... 1 But Judging from' the tour'afive
1 C) HR-H.rtntM. 182 To Tee OffIn
. I1J 4 4Stvrdlvont 1 I V/hilf. n-....... S-OlbMn. Snonn.IP . I previous tournaments, first : Armstrong and CooperAll Solids and Near StrIpe
.. III 1 5/ '
> I I .. H 1111100 place money In the 54.hole i
HW' Pltnor U. 1 I I t
wV-SMrry loy, Flotwrty.. T-.U.U-Corrloon.AtZimmor NUN.. Jars_ .. .. . U I t t 0 Creed Invitational opening Friday College Meet New Tires Mounted and You really get your money'i worth out ot this
w.k..icI.) .1 1 I * t
Bo.rnirtti, U *! I l-l I I j 4 Is up for grabs.There's ihtrt-and in so many ways! Like the Van Heuien
A..O.UI :
VIAINIKOT'N Lot .. ltltl 0bwn .1 I I > 4todockl been a new winner ATHENS. Ga. (AP-A record FREE
A N 117111a54Y.m. r ..' ".. .1' III week. field of 182 golfers is scheduledto dual collar which can be worn open ala sport
3b 4I01P..r.Nl R. Taylor ..... IM I I * 1 every
Jb 4I tMo .n Jb 411 1100* Snonn. w. ... t 0 5 1oPlknad Miss Cred foot4.. hazel- tee off today in the 27th annual shirt or closed with a tie.That doublet the
I411/Tnan.lA . This Sale
VolMtlno lo on. IN. M tm. During
KIM rf rf 1 1151 I ototriono 11"'_. Ib I 4101Hunt I I IPMHIMl U-Pormon JockovMl. Criwford, Vtroo. eyed 1963 Rookie of the Year Southern Intercollegiate golf usefulness right away.Then thcre'i the

3111 KlrkN"'% II 41 I 0 ,-):II A3.00.PITTSIUI and daughter of a local golf tournament wonderful% Dacron' and 35% fine cotton
winner of
Lock B......"iiv. IIII JJ5J57JJil KOMM M JIM pro, will be looking for her first the North SIC Texas team title State seven times cloth which it perfect wash and wcar..nevf
Brlnkmwt' SO pro victory when she tees off BRAKE SPECIAL
bRotior I I I DuIM| P 11 IcK round. since 1951, Is the favorite as defending needs ironing. And the cotton in this blended
.nm>dyM * .Cnoi f ,504 fabric fine combed
ouwin' l 1111Kalllt Even so, the 25-year-old six cotton which meant
1111 ScOOl old M 3111 Abu" cf tillVlrdon list of 32 schools Includes the''' Braless relined J, duif| .il ell
0 loll cf 1111 M.mrM Jo 3111 times state ,amateur championrates : it's cool and sheer and lightweight. Short sleeves,
oHInlcn Clomonto. rf I' 11 Aaron rf 41 South's best. I
1l1eI.1. 1111da00wN an edge in her own three- 4 wheels Front wheel ..ar. $1388
I III Storwn If 1011 Torro c dill The annual Southeastern Con-; two handy pockets. Dandy shirt in every way!
non Ik 3I Ollvor Ib 11 * Clifford whoa .
I tourney. '
111411051/ 1 I I R. Bolio,' Jb I" .0.1 loon Ik 1110 ference tournament Is held simultsneously Ings packta. For Meit Cart ,.?
T..GnNMld.III 1fecMC.siOf .00144015SInol.4 Mares/IS1111May. It 4 * named after her dad-knows the
M tint. c-Ron Pooiioronl$. c I" Bollln. rb III Alexandria Country club's wooded Scores by SEC;:
'. iTtiniMiod M !of ...IMWoron Voolo I 111 Monk n $111 entries count In both tourneys.Georgia iFh
for SNM .Lunch I" *Clonlntor I III rolling fairways like the
I" 1071.... MM1 TotoU. 71111 TotoH 77111 'palm of her hand. defending SEC champ y
_.. .
... up tor Voolo In *lhMilwov
- for the
. IN has held the crown past
LA I-1._L". PO.A-54.....".- ,..,.. LA ',401510111. NI alla1I I She finished fourth last year, SAVE ALSO ON Oil linERS, AIR linERS, P F' I
.n4 ** Ml WO 11.-1 three years. < a w ,i
Anl.54I. 17.\1. O"-K- _, and the gallery will be pullingfor ; ar
Mil- j
I-N PO-A-Plttiburon 3411
......... 54 154..5arw K_. K_a". Sod"hHl"LO.NNla10l" .' '....... ".,. OP-Mar.nokkt Schotitld her to go all the way this North Texas State Is expectedto GENERATORS, BATTERIES, SPARK PLUGS, I

_5rlm.a W....,....... I. Lao AOIIw. ,. and'' Clonoonon I. LOIIalsur.A t Milwoukoo time. get Its toughest opposition '

,._, 5S1d1.Naklk.5P3KnoraKlop. a1lI fe-A.M, Monko. I-e...0111 I Top contenders are Marilynn from Memphis State Wake Forest MUFFLERS, TAILPIPES, SEAT COVERS, ETC.
IP H 10 Florida State Miami and
1111150 ,
N '
'Violo. L. 11 I 11 I I ICanino Smith defending champ and
.....''dl... L.& IS ... 1.1 J } } J I' W, H' I" t I IU I J winner of the rive top SEC teams Georgia, 3
113 : : ; : -Burkirt. Sudol, .. barony, T- Mickey: Wright Alabama Tennessee BIG WHEELYAZOO Y
SS:? :. .:.:: 1 0 l 1''I:'". A-4.M7. Peach Blossom Open in Spartan- Florida, ,
.I f : and Louisiana State.
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CHICAGO Slates 3 Contests i

J 1 l, FROSTPROOF Frostproof I /
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Mccwa II 1111 11111.M'""'. 3It III I'4110" p.m. today In one of three Orange MOWERS / \. '4:, ,.
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Pain N I IMacltlll games
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the Mulberry
7:M p.m. Saturday In a women's IIG ILUECILU M,. lId M... Mo. CSSI IIkIm.54 Mrs I SHERIFF L. "BUSTER" BATES

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April 30,1981California's - OF THE TIMES
- - : .;;TM % .w"a

Hill Rise ; :
The Derby'sDawn ;l.r',:

Favored To Take Derby, Patrol : .. 1i 1ifly .1

LOUISVILLE, Ky, (AP) .Cel- lie, HiU Rise I I. from George Derby Is 430. Channels 6 and -......- ..

Ifornla which In years past has A. Pope Jr.'. El Peco Ranch 13. ARTHUR DALEY pointed. The walls were
with eight straight
Hill Rise
located near Madera Two '
seen many of Its fine thoroughbreds wins, will be out to add more t. Qlmee: padded. \>
years ago Pope's Decidedly won @1l.f g.II "He kicked the sun in the
eating! dust-or mudatthe the Derby Last year Candy prestige to West Coast racing! k t *' LOUISVILLE, Ky. Gray paddock yesterday" he said

finish of the Kentucky Der Spots from the California itable and Is expected to go off a } clouds hung sullenly over "He's so doggone long 'that

by la making a big move to of Rex Ellsworth, was the much stronger favorite' tha head and spat out occasional when he kicks he could da&'

monopolize the classic for 3- big favorite but finished third. Candy Spots. raindrops with an irritating age himself. So I have this

year-olds. Won Derby Trial Swaps Decidedly and Mor aimlessness. It was a depressing stall padded t "protect him

_This year'a short-priced favor-: Hill Rise who won Tuesday vlch are the only California. morning In the barn from himself ,
.. Derby' Trial Ina breeze was breds in 90 years to win the historic Downs
Nil'l. ea.d CMnMr' area at Churchill as "He's a good, kind horse
expected to top a list of 13 def- race. But there is every : the mood of the day reflect and very sensitive if

WrestlingSAT. inite starters named today to, indication that this average is ed the moods of all Kentucky scold him too damn much.you

run In Saturday's $12 ,OOO-add- going up fast. Derby trainers except Bill He appears to resent It. But
ed IH-mile Derby. Two other The weather remained a bl Flnnegan the 73-year-old cus his groom is small and has
It NITE 8 P.M. colts considered possibil factor In the first jewel of 8"q
were Triple Crown. Rain fell much o todian of the threeyearoldHill to tell the colt to put his head
ARMORY +P down so that he can put his
Those slated for sure to op- Wednesday but did not have serious Ah r The smashing victory of bridle on. Hill Rise is very

GRAN pose Hill Rise are Northern effect on the track. The -_ / Hill Rise la the Derby Trial obedient. He does just what

Dancer, Quadrangle, Mr. Brick, long-range forecasts calls for a. had been a real stunner he's told."
te HoieltaUL'ileb
the Scoundrel Roman Brother little more moisture before Derby That he won wasn't half as Finnegan stared fondly

ORTON lngr| % Dandy K.. Mr. Moonlight. Wil Day. d Impressive as the way he the colt and at

id Graham with Rad, Ishkoodah, Prince Davelle Racing fans began pouringinto MORNING'S C.ATCHlit fair 4.r* .f WiMiie est d Jmilni' riiklnf C.mp ... Uk ftoree, won. Under the skilled guidance "I grazing thought in sighed"
pile driver he) Royal Shuck and Extra Swell. Louisville today and offl Hiii My c.tiHt 66 fen ace 131 Uy.i'lli. This I. ace ..or.I.,'. .
last Sal. Hlti. Graham, vnceniclees j The owners of Clem Pac and clals at Churchill Downs pre-. .*4 Mit.' Rilpk Pinrlcillo ..* rf..|hNr .f ....*,.*.a, N. Y., .*4 Mr. tot M... J.", ., loh.im.ii .f the big California colt rolled belkamp's father

takin to hospital !;I He's A Gem aso were expected'dict a record crowd for the Derby Re- .....'..4. Alone with ban ccitinf! they wore mlnf crickets for koit. effortlessly from the rear by my first Job as trainer gave that me
'to put the $250 It took to pass if the weather Is good. the overland in
by embulancel Eddf reUased up route ex I'd be here one day with the
of the weather at
from /through the entry box today gardless FISHING-HUNTING ceedingly swift time for so
hospital a a a bit l t a traditional favorite for the Kentucky
the 100,000 are
and then decide later whetherto least slow track establishing
a thereby "
Wrestle! expected to witness the race. Patton Plan Derby.
start I : himself as an over This is his third appearance
I The will be televised Fish
race BitingAt whelming favorite for Satur.day'
as a Derby trainer. He finished
Don Curtis
from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. EST, festival.

,.iUJ; Out ft Cf '''over CBS. Post time for the: Daytona Beach Early Lunch The decisiveness of his per. in 1955 fifth and with was sixth Jean's with Joe a

Bob Orton formance drove some train horse Nell
Lake Rosalie McCarthy named
::10;1 Jackson Paces'Phosphate ers to the brink of despairand for him Finnegan. The colt.
. Gains FSL Tie drove some of the colts
# Finnegan. was a poor man's
Eddie GRAHAM fBr f Loop For PlatoonPINEHURST completely out of the Derby. Silky-Sullivan. Both had fantastic .

Who W. Inlwrsts2 By FRED W. JONES Among those who surrendered finishing bursts but

lob Orto"Cllrti. j I Alton Jackson shot a 53, one-, Daytona Beach pulled into a. Flahing-Hunting Editor was Grand Garcon the neither made appreciable

4.,4,4 under par over the Par Three first place tie with Fort Lauderdale I N.C. (AP-The Harry Monroe owner and operator of the Lake Rosalie biggest horse on the groundsat dents, on' history, But now
In Florida State
match with Orton. Golf Course to capture low gross today the North and South Amateur Golf Lodge and Marina-on Lake Rosalie of course-dropped by 17.1 hands. This equine Finnegan the man, has Hill
3-2 win Sar-
honors Tuesday night In the League over I Tournament's quarter final this week to tell us about! the fishing but we missed him by giant is trained by Wolfgang Rise who may do Just that
asota. Von who
TITO Phosphate Golf League. round comes up today and defending about 10 minutes; Richthofen almost "Sure, I was Impressed by

: CARREON Individual point winner was Tampa Fort was Lauderdalo's rained out game and at a champion Billy Joe Patton However Dave Pratt did make some notes on what Harry from sounds as old If he Eric had Von escaped Stro- Hill Rise" said Elliott Burch.
1 I ] Charles Swanson with plus 12. In has yet to play the 18th hole. an the trainer of Quadrangle. "I I
see division doubleheader was scheduled for said and here they are: "Fish have been biting exceptionally helm movie.
the two-man point team The 42-year-old Morganton liked the bold he
tonight. In other game., St. Pet flU" In "Hill Rise is too much,*"' way ,moved. I
Moshaer of
TIM WOODS Swanson and Bill i.C.., lumber dealer hasn't If he didn't
Orlando 1-3 extended TAMPA MY TIOIO-frU.y, Miy I. IIMt Millr "M*> Slt 1 m* I** care for the
said the Baron before head
Davison No. 2 tied for top spot ersburg whipped "Patton' Platoon" the tie.. 11 II m., sue rim |:II *.",., Mto. r.'" ,.ITM firs riM*.. IliM.m.l track at least he I
TEAM UP FOR TAG .. ran on it
and moved into a second-place ing back for Canada. "We
with Elbert Osborne and T. C. modest gallery that has been as if he did."
MATCH AGAINST THE tie with Tampa. r J will for the
now Queen'sPlate.
Newman of Norman Manufacturers forced to eat an early breakfastto well. eSchlitz tagged fish have been caught In the past go Horatio Luro the trainer (

JAPS I both with plus 12. and Daytona winning Beach unearned got Its run second when follow its hero In the daily four weeks and anglers have also tied into some big bass. goal. It is a more modest of Northern Dancer was not 1

I The Linder Engineering four- leadoff match over the 7,000- "Gerald Green Sprlngsboro, Pa., got it bass on Friday quite as forthright in his
Dub KEOMUKA J some of Charles Woodhouse Bill Atkinson singled in the 8th Finnegan leaned back con
fa yard No. 2 course of the Pine- praise. The
and Saturday of last week. They weighed 'to 6'/i pounds.He senor held a
-,4 I I Paul Granquist, Harry Hanlon, and advanced on an error a hurst Country Club. up tentedly under the overhang long halter he J
Hire MATSUDA and Ed Padgett had plus 19 to groundout and another single by Billy Joe has been his used live shiners and top water lures. of his barn to protect himself tiny Canadian as grazed the I
take that category. Bill Moore Stan Bledsoe. It was Sarasota's "William Stevens of Tampa used a Rapala and got seven from the fitful drizzle and a midget
followers back to the clubhouseIn of only 15.2 hands, I
of Juno Industries Inc. was closest seventh straight loss after win- bass last Sunday and one of them weighed 8'/j pounds. John gazed with manifest approvalon Compared
ABE JACOBS time for late breakfast or an to Grand Garcon, it was like ,
to the pin. ning its opener. early lunch. Echols .of St Petersburg. used shiners and got an 8-pound.. 2- Hill Rise munching grass a man with
a dog leash.
on a
SIGNS TOWRESTLE Team victories went to Min Jim DeSapln hit a two-run Frank Stafact whose 1938-39 ounce bass on,Saturday."Shellcrackers out In front. "Good? Yes," said the
eco, Mason Equipment DavisonNo. homer and drove in another run are also beginning to bite," Harry said. He "There he Is," said Flnne
I victories were the Jut back-to- senor bravely, "but
firn PEREZluonte 1 Linder Linn with single In leading St. Pet- gan nodding in the directionof
Engineering, a back successes until Patton and Lucille took over the Lodge and Marine some months ago enough to scare
der Machine. Barney's Pumps rsburg's victory. Teammate turned the feat in 1%2-63. went and have made rather extensive improvements the colt. Frankly, we still are
W.I.r.N' ere going
"In"f: us 0... 'ld ,.U Wellman-Lord an d Lakeland Leon Crown hit three singles. Hill Rise was wearing a .
1.0 .It against Billy Joe today with a blanket It to have a very good race. If ,
Power green was a
0- ., record of 70 holes played. The other day we listed some movies clubs and groups lovely rich green the it is so easy to handicap

BOWLINGIPAMITIMSRS The Miami, Fla., veteran celebrated could obtain for free from the local Mercury outboard dealer. cise color one would expecta pre horses everybody he die

VET'S his 48th birthday Today' we have one entitled "Steethead Junction," a 16mm man named Finnegan to rich."

,, LUOUJI List Wednesday with a 21-hole mornIng 27% minute color film, that can be obtained for showing to favor. The loudspeaker The senor is the only man

'.. 44 a? third-round victory over Al- groups etc., pt no cost by applying to the local Evinrude blared forth a plea from the In the barn area who still
519 I : :..; ..:: ::
: g 'r.V'ttrr.iirt.Wr.JUVA 43y. fred Same, a Macon Ga., southpaw can look like a dapper ash-
SURPLUS\ Tau ..;;:. 4a 30 dealer. racing secretary to fill out
Th. >> then went to the 18th to Ion plate while wearing mud-
\ : : card. Hill Rise lifted his
Huh ; The steelhead course Is I migratory salt water trout. a

Ph. I II I Huh Hull teem Individual t.rcei,"Th."'..strlktri Bill SUifli-1101 oust Gardner Walker of Essex Cup Fells player N.J.Bob held In much /esteem by anglers. Ted Trueblood. well known head and perked up his ears rain.spattered work clothes in the

I"''' 1eHfihol.dlrlduM MrlM B,tW SlniU- outdoor writer1 and a friend did the fly fishing in'the movie.It to listen.

I 0 ., 413. should be of interest to any group of fishermen. "I guess he doesn't mean
I ITS 0.* MIAMI WINS ; Patterson
I" n.I.l.on I me, he seemed to say to Seeks
Work,"... jlfc' Dorl. '+.v&. SolO: n... MIAMI The Miami Hurricanes
On lot 2.91 Rain t. Coats 4.91 to 10.91 D.rIA_3--' M.iln._ fl,d I.r.FHA ,_ ,-1 made their season's record .There. ) Was MUtok* (In License) Exemption and himself his head lowering. to return his to ears.his Match With ClayNEW

Out 'lot J.9I loan I VA 14-1 by beating Florida State We've bad quite a few calls concerning the new huntingand grazing.! YORK (AP) -' Floyd

Sonrfali" 1.91 Rain SuitsPoncho's K".1.95'. 17.95 MORTGAGI LOANS 7-2, but Lex Wood continued his fishing roles For one thing, seems an error was made in "He was nervous yesterday Patterson has a plan for the fu.

One 'lot Child/ ..'. BOON FIRST MOaTSAGI CORD mastery over. Miami's beat tennis another newspaper which said all residents BETWEEN IS and though." offered Finne ture. Contrary to the opinion'of

Sham 99 Hip Boots Or FLORIDA players..Wood, who beat Rod 65 were'exempt from having to have a fishing license in flabman.gement gan. "He seemed to sense some people he thinks his future

Ono lot Lodiii' Rain Jacketswd.rs ,, >>" MUmi 1./and tfandelstam twice in two days, areas.It that something was differentand still Is ahead of him.
Shoot 99a Shoot ,. vies Is OUR ausiNMS defeated John Hammill for one I
Ml S. "...d. Aw. should have read of course "Only children under ,13 that he would have to "If I beat Eddie Machen (July
of FSU's victories.SWELTERING'S
race. I guess It was whenwe 3 at Stockholm) 1
-- -------- and residents over (5 are exempt. . am going to
And most calls were asking why the Game Commission put the mud caulks on try to get Cassius Clay" the
him. But look how relaxedhe former
changed the opening date for general hunting to the second world heavyweight

t' Saturday in November (Nov. 14) when it had been the third hive Is now. That race must. champion, said "I feel I may
helped. See how
settled the
get chance. After that, if I
Saturday in November for some years.This he is"Finnegan
am victorious
want to fight
one we cannot answer. We heard no discussion of led the to
way Sonny Llston. Then I shall retire
such a change .at the two public meetings we attended- Hill Rise's empty stall and provided I don't

,q OUT neither by Commission personnel or hunters Just why the knocked out In the first round.get:

board members should have broken an established custom we jiardcllo, Rivero "I would have retired after

cannot imagine my second fight with Litton in

COMFORT'S IN The setting of the opening date for general hunting way Sign For FightCLEVELAND Las Vegas IT I had made a bet

ahead of time Is Important for many people for they must put ter showing, When I got
In their applications for certain dates for their vacations way (AP) Mid. knocked out In the first round

ahead. And many like to take their vacations that first week lewelght champion Joey Giar- again I had to remain in box-
dello and Juan (Rocky) Rivero "
: or two of hunting season. Ing.

with Schwobilt's Therefore the established third week in November was signed round Wednesday non-title rematch for a 10-at Patterson and Machep were at

something they planned on. Now it appears many are havingto Cleveland Arena May 22. a midtown restaurant Wednesday
to sign contracts for their
make changes they can I
The fight will be televised
There WAS discussion concerning increasing the match at 45,000-teat
dally bag
t nationally by ABC at 10 p.m., Solna
limit on quail from the established 10 to 12. Therefore when EST as was the April 17 fight football Stadium a Stockholm
SUNTAME the Commission approved this change It came as no surprise. here In which Glardello won a I and AI Bolan the Edwin Ahlquist

Possession limit Is, of course-also--- raised-to-24.- -- split decision over the Argentine -talked of a possible copromoters S450.000 selloat. -

champ. Bolan said he was negotiating

55% Dacron/45% Wool SuitHot I with John Vrba of Los Angeles .

head of Fourth Network
Women Softball
to fly the films back from Stock

: Players Sought holm for a 10 p.m. showing on
U.S. television the same night

v I HAINES CITY Openings ex- a Sunday.

1 'gyp I st for any woman desiring to Machen. making a comebackat

play in the Haines City Wom- 31, said he was guaranteed
heavy domes ore as eld-fashioned 5. ''en' Siowpitch softball league. $50,000 plus 30 per cent of the

as the hone and buggy. Today's man I The league will begin May 12 ancillary rights. Patterson, 29,
attired-and neat t
out cool/ as
slept with games on Tuesdays and was vague and said he was
can be-in Schwobilt's fabulous '
t !Thursdays. Interested women working on a percentage of ev
-I .. Suntamer suit! This lightweight .should contact Mrs. Buddy Rogrs. erything. It is believed Patter
and worsted wool _
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Todor In Woshinaton r LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April SO, MM 23 I

4 U. S. Chamber Favors

I More Trade With Reds RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.U. .

WASHINGTON (AP) In the Joint congressional committee :
news from Washington: on reduction of nonessential federal -
RED TRADEt The1.. S. expenditures said It was the
(Chamber of has
itself on record as favoring put Increased -'first The Increase: Defense since last S. S E N A T O R

trade In non-atrategicgoods matt further civilian OctOber'j
t :4e.
with the Soviet Union and
March but several
other Communist .... .. ....
European DaUons.
Pal .1 Aft. ky PIN Ccunty M ll CamMltM.fun
ties had Increases. i
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The resolution was approved
Wednesday by about 90 per cent ELECT COUNTYWIDE VOTEBob
of the businessmen at the annual
meeting here.
Speakers favoring a freer,I
trade policy said if US. businessmen JonesCOUNTY
J :were prevented from I
selling to the European Communist I
countries, the business
5 would go by default to other COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5 ,
CIA r 1P Western nations with fewer restriction ,
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Atomic Energy Commission re-!
., ports a low yield underground
nuclear test was conducted
Wednesday at the AEC's Nevada I More industry to Polk County to

CHILD SAFETY FILMS SHOWN-S... D.rr.U H. JB..., |.f ..(." .fflc.r lor A* florid. test site. It was the seventh
Highwcy r.l'i Tr**, C, takes tin* ..t f.... kitty Mhcaul. *f ....wl.. ..f." film to sch..1" weapons-related test to be announced create more and better paying
with Mn. ttlm. C. N. .k, .. ...... by the AEC this year
to OM ,rlitcl**! *f tfc* Central A. * II. School kr Still, all Polk
sight, .,.mb.r .f the Ukclond. A.s.cl.tl..f I".t I".e. A..nN,'..4 Karl ,....., a and had the blast equivalent of throughout County.
........t. U MMMrt .f Hi* Uivranci *.**"' i*.....*. Child Sef." MnHi. which .*... ..".,, ht. less than 20,000 tons of TNT. I .
Fifr h.i t.lked to 1S lch...li ...1.. 7,904 M.*..M .hi the first through sixth ar....., .. child * I Promote Tourism
Federal employment Increasedby Vocational Technical School

Communist Guerrillas MurderSix 2470045.1,615 during March to a totalof I Improve Roads in all Polk County (H. ..t. A,,,,

In reporting the figures, the

I Women, Five ChildrenSAIGON FIRED

South Viet Nam Ian tailor at Plel Ta Nangle kept the Viet Cong off for sometime
(AP) Communist guerrillas camp. He was spared. But the' by firing at them. A
killed six women and five chil- guerrillas slaughtered a man I
who said he was the camp cook.I & WHITE MARKET c(4 & WHITE MARKETPROVIDENCE
dren in a bloody ambush. cen- Several of the Vietnamese: ;I
tral Viet Nam last weekend. troops also were killed or I
American sources reported to wounded.The I WEST MEMORIAL BLVD.
day. Twenty-one women; were two Americans were traveling I
Across From Kathleen HI HIGHWAY 98
wounded. 1 In the second truck and' I
Two American special forces trucks cowered as the guerrillas LAKELAND } AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY
leaped among them, demanding
men who helped fight off the to know who they were. Quantity Rights Reserved :
knife-wielding Viet Cong have
been recommended for the Silver One man said he was a civil- I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'V BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE
Star the sources laid. dren were slain jn the front seat I
Convoy Attacked !of the lead truck.Passengers I'
In the backs of the rou save save GOLD BOND stamps
A th e-truck convoy was I
moving from An Khe to the special
forces camp of Plet Ta

Nangle in Blnh Dinh Province QUICK f Z GRADE "A" .:
when it was stopped by heavy .
machine-gun fire. .
Traveling in the trucks werea Selected ,

few Vietnamese special forces '
men the two Americans and Grain Fed J 't
about 40 women and children. 1 tv iF
The Viet Cong rushed the ve Lb.
hides, brandishing pistols and .
knives. A Vietnamese sergeant :
major his wife and two chil- i
vii Aeronautics Board Wednesday -
awarded Southern Airwaysa
new route betwen Panama
City, Fla, and Memphis, Tenn,' THeI,8A0fuLL, ALBERTSON FARMSButter
for a three-year period. 59'''

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OFFICEFour i i 500ARLimit g 490'' 3 cant 303 33*

when Monroe Bronrwn woi lcld Sheriff of Polk County by a wits
moloriry. h. years pledged ape that than would be Ml and fm,lt* .***...ti.. btwn the shulfPs, I With 5.00 0.....
office and! ill .tk.rlaw.e/m.miet *f eiN. _

speaks for Itwlf . Monroe Branncn hoi tfvtd u|> to this plcdg end ese :
record SHOWPeaches
result,The 0 time spire.l .*.*.rH 10.. .xuH today .*.... the Jti.., f'. .Hw. ond every low l I I r GARDEN
.Hf.fc_... .f..cf In the county . this, hoi resulted in more tH.ct.r and *MMM! lwnfMciiit
for oil Polk County . I YELLOW 3 14-01. 49t/
S. CLING Zy= 2SC litis.'L .
who hoi hod dealings with Monroe Ironer during the years rw has boon SLICED Cans
Ask onyon and they will till you that M...*. Iraiiii.* hot always( ...,...t.4 Limit Z
enaogtd iveryon'In low.nforcenwnt friendly ond off...... bo ,il . .- ...kl., sl rr Of h..4l..M.' but d mon MADI DIL{ MONTI P.O.
with *...on. .1.o i t. .duty by bringing a greater pre.ntog. of criminals to Justice than 2 3" Cana 49f. 4'
itrotlng hn Fruit Cocktail .49'jCom 3 Drink 3 ;M-:: 99
of Polk County . . ., .. .. r
aver before In the hutory ::1 I
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Yes Monroe Bronnn's record speaks for lt *lf In his ...,...tiott with. *."fc,r lw ''I Garden Peas . . .. 2 tans 59'J Corn 3 49 PARKAYMargarine
. hit knuiiMilik. handling of the affairs of the office that hoi I IrtlUlled cons
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to provide th. pwpl.I of th,, county Mrt-l and! M... :
Monroe 1I.0"n' pledge i iIHNtlre Giant IP MIRACLE
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"for Continued Cooperation I Size I

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Keep Agencies and More EII.c. : 59ti WHIP204

MONROiBRANNEN five law Enforcement lor I
Polk County, f will appro- Limit I With I Qt. Jar
date Your Vote end Sup. '.00 0..... I Limit I With, $5.Od O....r 2 ,? 29

port May 5th." ,

Sl.c".Ir, r Pillsbury or Bollards Morton Blue PlateApple I Kroft Longhorn MiCormlck

SHERIFF ?noJ1llDL 1l1laJUlJl.lt. Biscuits Pot Pies Jelly Cheese Black Pepper

Sheriff 4 for 39' 3 8-0.pks. 49 2 E', 33' I 10 pk:,*.- d7* 4-oi.con 3 5'

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1 M LAKELAND._ LEDGER. Thursday, AprD SO II" Audubon

THE VOTERS !Methodist Church Will Have Officers

F Of Revised Hymnal In 18 Months Elected .

Mrs! Joseph Njswonger of
w.t. '! PITTSBURGH (AP) The rendering easier singing for men two-week meeting In Pittsburgh Lakeland has been reelected
Methodist Church is going to: Delegates to the 1964 General Wesleyan hymns will be given president of the Lake Region.
have a revised hymnal that Includes :Conference of the Methodist '
POLK t more prominent place in the Audubon Society. <
COUNTYAs Negro spirituals, folk Church approved the revision
hymnal which will be available
I Others named to office were
music and lower ,
pitch song yesterday at. the quadrennial in about 18 months. It also will
Mrs.W. W. Hendrlckson of WInter
include older hymns of the his
torlcal Christian faith not found Haven and Dr. John ?B.
parents of children taught by Dora Cox Phillips, we recommend her for reelection now In the hymnal.A Funderburg Jr. and R. Philip
to the Board of Public Instruction of Polk County. Negro delegate from north. Haddock both of Lakeland, vice
You Are Invited Texas Ernest Dixon, said tnclu presidents; Mrs. George Horel
She was on ideal teacher because she was qualified by education and experience to U lion of Negro spirituals in the and Mrs. Alma Murdock. secretaries
:hymnal have dignified them.
teach-MORE IMPORTANT she taught by kindness, by'precept and by praise, but aboveall \ I A Southern delegate objectedto ; and Dr. Margaret Gil.
To Join Me in Helping Elect retention of the Battle Hymn bert of Florida Southern Col.
by example.She ,';|of the Republic, calling "pro- lege treasurer.
was able to bring out and develop the good that was in the pupil to make I northern." The nominating committee
I Also adopted was a new four-,consisted of Perry Sloctim Mrs
two ideas grow where there was only one before. JAMES J. MUSSOTo year program asking members'George Heinzman and Mrs.
to pledge themselves to a year Hendrlckson. The nexi regular
of service in meeting of the society will beheld
voluntary aiding
AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD SHE HAS KEPT FAITH- 'I I establishment of new congregations at 8 pm. on May 23 at
helping in mission or outpost the Civic Center Theater In cooperation
Represent Polk CountyAs church schools, or helping with the Lakeland
by keeping the public informed other churches of the commun Parks and Recreation Dept. A
A new motion picture "Forever
County ity.The
by working for better schoolsby I conference honored two Florida" will be presented by
John Myrick.
laymen for their service to the
'(District 3-County.Wide Vote) I Methodist Board bf Missions and Workshops Set
using wisely the taxpayer's dollar its predecessor organization
The last meeting of the boardof
They are Charles V. Adams,
I! Montoursville, directors will be held at 7:30
a Pa. banker
by insisting on knowing and developingthe I BELIEVE HIS QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE and H. E. Newton of Muskogee, pm.i Wednesday at the home of
facts before she voted !,,Okla Judge and Mrs. R. Philip Had.
dock 2734 Fairmount Ave.
Two and
I A clergyman who bought nature arts craft
by keeping in mind that a public office Shakespeare's house in Strat- workshops are also scheduled tobe
ford-upon-Avon In the 18th century held during May. Mrs. Ira
is a public trust became so angry at sightseers Parks of Winter Haven will
?1WointB.lM1u# peering over his fence that offer instruction on May 5 and i
,he hacked down a mulberrytree !'I9 at 7:30: p.m. (Tuesdays) at !
Qualifications: eMaster' : said to have been plantedby the Girl Scout Building on Park- ;
the The view Place. Mrs. John Funder- i
poet. parson was run
....NI.Mv. out of town after he demolishedthe burg is In charge of the sessions I
Degree in Education > Former Classroom Teacher Supervisor of Instruction Active Church
Worker Active Member of Polk County Democratic Women's Club Florida State School Room Program ,. house itself._ __n _ -I and register interested by calling persons her at may MU i
and Convention Committee. 64879.

She has been and with your help will continue to be an Ideal member of the School Board I Other activities of the group
include two field trips. An early I
No Substitute For
ExperienceLET'S morning excursion is scheduled]
RE-ELECT DORA COX PHILLIPSTO 'for 6 Creek a.m.,Wildlife Saturday Sanctuary at the Saddle on.

KEEP>> Old Winter Haven Rd. Members
THE POLK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DIST. #1 'and guest will meet at the
JAMES L. RODEN refuge entrance. Another nature
,walk will be held on May 18
ONLY elected the with the group meeting at 1
woman by people presently holding I
TAX ASSESSOR t p.m. at the parking lot of the
an office at County level in Polk County.The Civic' Center for a trip to Orange .
The only candidate with working knowledge I Park Wildlife Sanctuary
northeast of Lakeland. Leaders
Mr. and Mrs. Disney Boll Mrs. S. B. King Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Jackson e 12 year actual experience will be Chester Shaffer of Win.
Phone MU 6.9315 Phone MU 2.7062' Phone MU 6-961) e Proven admfnistrative ability I ter Haven Dwight Blanchard.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Everett Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Eliott Reed Endorsed by newspapers, business, citizens I,George Bergqulst Horel of Lakeland.and Clarence
Phone MU 3.4750 Phone MU 6.IS14 Phone MU 2-6594 Polk County resident 25 ,years I The society will suspend activities -
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. WillisPhone for the summer. Regu
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton ( e Florida State Chairman of International Ian and field will
MU 2-2741 Palmer.hone programs trips
Mrs Faye Higgs MU 2-2104 Association of Assessing Offices.FOR resume early in October.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cleg PROM MU 6.9700
Phone MU 2.5560 Mr. and Mi. I
Mr. and Mrs. H. G.: Bradley Mn. J. C. Sergeant J. N. "Dusty" Rhodes shade for hardly half a
Phone MU 6.9714 Phone MU 1-2165 Phono MU 1-1751 James L. Roden Tax Assessor dozen men and their camels;
Paid P.ntisd assI others support five or six densely
(H. P.4. sad populated villages and cover
-- '... 20 or 30 square miles.AKELAND .

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His* 86 Proof Bourbon-. *th Label . . . Fifth ....r ..

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Old Hickory . . . $349 '
White Horse $629 80 Proof Mm Fifth .. U

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[Jax Committee Asks Complete Integration I Thursday LAKELAND, April SO, 1964 LEDGER 25,

$ i f JACKSONVILLE (AP) The I moclations in Duval County. The committee offered hotel. Twenty distinct sounds that
biracial committee created dur The chairman was directed It hotel and restaurant owners Its
chimpanzees in different
ing the violence of last month send city and county govern,cooperation to "minimize economic situations have been. Identified.
recommended Wednesday the mental units copies of the rec. : or other problems that They Influence one another's
Integration. of all public accom- ommendation.. may arise." behavior by vocal calls.
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for the lady of your life ami just in time for Mother's Day!

Glamorous HAIR DRYER 4r;

including a stunning mw.lase \
88 J
high fashion case! .

U. S. SECOND LARGEST IMIASST TO OPEN IN MEXICO will fc. the Mc.n4 l.,|... U. S. tmknif in eke w.rIL Win .p.nt4 III "CAPRI" by UNIVERSALNOW $1 0 .:81' # :
I CITY-Although 0" Amtrlcm fl.s 01,04 '!<.* from ell .,*. far bylined My JO Oft Pit 4* U Reform, she kmlldinf will AT ONE AMAZING l. .4tw\\.I liiJ.t. ]
11 loo.. picktt nclotur Mill irrvit4i the ......,oe.4 l U. S. bnM midtf ens root muse U. S. a/IscIu new KtlHrii t1ir".ho.t ;

HiBCitr-'In Mtxlc City._Tin tructur, built_et cut .* $S mllllwi, .ity. tAP WirorkNei- --- - 'I I'II'IItho LOW PRICE. .

Tee t.mhrt.bl. hmNraforoSava. Hm.. She t.. miiileir
All In House Filled f itra .lar..1tH4. while heir III..... T. hold' seek, brash, k4 f.4 .._tlc..

Will Undergo Test I I! By Votes Every 2 YearsBy 'I Pww P.Me55 Mmlfirt Uelwnel St I AMERICA'S ONLY NOT 1t

.. f.mm same halt dryer
By HAROLD R. WILLIAMS most spectacular tests In the DOUGLAS STARR was elected secretary of the Sen HAIR r with a ......ltntPOWER
Associated Press Aerospace 'series. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Every ate. I "
Writer The Little Joe II missile and two years In Florida, half of In 1966, the term of Sen. S. D. DRYERS ; NOT 3r
HOUSTON (AP) The U. S'I the seats In the State Senate and Clarke of Monticello from the'' jprl
the simulated ,
ill deliberately destroy al Apollo spacecraft all of the seats in the House of 22nd District of Jefferson County MANICURE SET
fir fissile early next month high which Includes boilerplatemodels representatives are up for re expires This district was reapportioned I
r over White Sands Missile Range, of the command and election. out of existence by .. ,
f.M. service modules, weigh more This year, Z2 Senate seats and putting Jefferson County Into the'' . ,r ; ; ui na tot ONE
} Information from the explodg than 28 tons. 112 House seats are on the ballots -10th Dl trict. 'i"' ), i imam iw mat!
missile could save astro- On a signal from the ground The Senate seats are those In the reapportioned House, 13 (
,/jlauts' lives In future spaceship prl ma-cord explosives will rip from the odd-numbered districts counties will lose on representative -, t+ r
jaunchlngs. the casings from the missile's -from one to 43. This Is done each. These 1): countiesare $ asn
Destroying the missile is the 'engines. Almost at the same to permit continuity In the Sen- Alachua. Bay, 0 ad. d .. nl
[third of the Little Joe II testing Instant the Apollo command set over the four-year terms. Jackson, Lake, Leon, Manatee I COMFORTABLE
[of the escape system for the module, which will hold the House seats are for two-year Marlon, Monroe, Okaloosa, St.'' 'd i ixI 988a. BUT 4 QUIET,
I Apollo moonship. three Apollo astronauts for terms Johns, Sarasota and Seminole. r 9 DRYING TEMPERATURES I IK
Spectacular Test Likely their trip to the moon, will separate '
New Plan Used In the new Legislature, all
from the service module.
The explosion 22.000 feet election counties will have at least one Deluxe, BOX
above the southern New Mexico Escape Tower To Fire This Is the first general representative. The II heavily
under the January 1963 legislative I '. 'y INl (
desert, promises to be one of the Ft DRYERS
populated counties will\
Mill-seconds later the motoron have
I reapportionment plan $2188So
the escape tower will fire which went Into effect Immediately I multiple representatives. : _....now.,.._Nd"'utllu'"0 I....willi..4 m..INlun...ulr.nt.k..MN ANON Mir Is err..IIh", .I....t...d u .much..smart'steer.' .. h.C.I.r..
and carry the 41/ ton command These 11 and their representation mant ur* ,MaMhmfjnta tnclutf ft... mn4 ..._ .mcry whwi' n.H kutf'p and hruth.uillln .
upon passage. nail NOM ojryvr, ..... ... ."... awe .......rt.b''. wmwnfurN. M.wUnlvcrul t a PRICE
module another .000 feet into are Dade 14 Du. ..,...... .. ,
: County
.... The constitutional amendment: ; "' ir fan. tmcri trtrtuaily Ob..h.ah. hm and I.s.I salt wehmlrlr
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the sky, counterpart to this law will be vat Ti; Hillsborough and PlneltasI *ntf" ttor quiet you can telephone or enjoy TV
KjfsGSW0iOPREPRESlHTAtlVt| | Explosive bolts will free the voted on during the Nov 3 genera 8 I each; Broward S; Orange and fX\ while drying. Luxurious ostrich leather-like
command module from the es election. The outcome of the Palm Beach 4 each; Polk and!: corrylnq case
cape tower at 28,000 feet. A election will have no effect upon. Escambla 3 each; and Volusia
:drogue parachute will spring the legislative apportionment of and Brevard 2 each.
.from the spacecraft, stabilizingit. 43 Senate seats and 112 House, I
seats under the January plan.It PUP'S SELF.PROTECTION Shop LAKELANDHOME
Seconds later, three 88-foot. will be taken Into consideration HUGOTON, Kan. 'W-M.' D." 113oa13o
red and white parachutes wul however, by the federal May has reservations about dog FrI. 1130'M.
open and carry the command courts that review the plan. being man's,, best friend. .
M; N* ** <* module to the ground at a rate When the Legislature was re- May had his dog In the car APPLIANCE CO.

.. r', ,. .of 24 feet per _second.._ apportioned last year 13 House. when he drove jnto Hugoton im'
seats were taken from 13 middle- business. He doled the windows :
sized counties and given, along to keep the dog In the car and 1 : t", 228 S.; Florida Ave. 682-0161
If you want I with 12 new seats, to the more left his keys In the Ignition while,,
populous counties.In I he tended to business. '
changing the combinationof When he returned the dog hud
counties that form the various pushed all the car door lock II
LOWER TAXESby Senate districts, the Legislature buttons locking himself safely I
Increased the number of Inside. I,
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senators and districts, and abolIshed
making the small "Pork Chop" counties I! two existing seats.
One senator whose district was
pay their fair share of taxes . combined with another was Ed:
Fraser of Macclenny from the29th I INTRODUCTORY
District of Baker and Clay
counties. Under the reapportionment -,
plan. Baker was put In''
the 16th District and Clay into,,

the Fraser 15th.Fraser resigned Elected last and ' OFFER '
year-!.- j' ''' .IJ.1 '; :
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Special Stamp

VOTE FOR Asked To Mark WE ARE NOW USING 100 1 % ,:


IWI : (AP) -A proposal ) ALL NU TREADS
j that the special postage !
k vI1 (stamp commemorating William II As A Special Introductory Offer We Are

L I,first Shakespeare's be put on sale 400th In Stratford birthday', 'I, Offering These Sensational Savings.

I Conn., was made today by Sen.I
Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn.In ,.

DAVID HIGGINBOTTOMThe I i eral said a the John letter anniversary A.to Cronouskl Postmaster also,marks Dodd Gen, HIGHER QUALITY LOWER PRICES .

Group only 3,candidate who actively for Florida opposed Legislature the 1961, .I American the"Dedicated 10th Shakespeare year to of offering Stratford Festival.the !:! 95 I I

$ I
"Pork Chop" reapportionment amendment works American of this public.great Stratford artist to the Is '! BUY 4-SAVE MORE

1N. hh *4..1 tile most fitting location for thistribute ,,
," Dodd wrote.BlancheJVork .
.: 6.40.15 ) *fe
6.70.15I" 7.10..15l2595

Offers You 7.50-14)) F4ortut 4 iPI"

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6,40 15 Pt Tn end Iichcng Tea end Eachsse

t. } , complete knowledge of Polk County's voter
")z ? registration procedures, based on year oft 1:50.14 7.60.15l2995 8.00.1513395

valuable, well-rounded experience ii. S 4 )

t ( effectively handle the job PI" Tos sad. EYcheaee ...
proven ability o Ply Tex end Eschal/e Pint To end lich fAll
of Supervisor of Registration (as evidenced
Tires i Free
hy the successful completion of the !gigantic Slight A/ddionel l l Ch.ff. lor Whlttwclli
task of reregistering nearly 77,000( Polk

r' modern, efficient voter registration methods Cuts, Breaks, Or Blowouts When Used In Regular Passenger Cor Service
and techniques. S
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dedicated, responsible, dependable service.

'BLAIlCIIE WORK I. Polk County's Supervisor of Registration, not be.. I I
67 SupervlltOr. 01
cause she Is a \\omabutlbe-cause4 herFlorida'soutsl ndng atlons. Grow.mC ,, '
ration are ) "
needs a qualified person to serve a. Supervisor of Regis
Polk Couaty
WORK to office .
Cratlon. So, voCe to return LANfUE Thus Tire' Carry A Written

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of Registration MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS -
Supervisor 1729 N. FLORIDA AVE. LAKELAND MU 65696I

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Drug Stores. . Good
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Air Force Claims UFO's

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Pose No Threat To U.S.WASHINGTON .


(AP) The. any known objects or phenome-, one woman who turned in a SA1iIRDAYMAY' DRUGSTORES I Ir
Air Force has investigated more na. UFO report actually had seen
than 8000 reported unidentified It was stressed that a "great spots before her eyed I

flying objects in 18 yean "and majority of the unidentifiedcases
has yet to discover any evidence occurred during the first A NEW RECORD
that UFO'i represent a five years of the project," before GRAHAMSTOWN South Africa &-I DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
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mile on their hands In relays .
such sightings back to 1947 Ml Reports Made Wednesday in 32 minutes "'II'" ALCONOt"j" nsu THURSDAY FEATURE II
have failed to turn up any evi- 4t seconds They claim a world s.LOTION" sass
dence that UFOs are "alien Interplanetary Last year there were 382 UFO record. I 9E arw = 00
space vehicles under reports and only 15 are still list- 11 2", 2orwirlmiMffilMl batsALROSOL100TiIPASiE . .
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Thursday Holland Says WHERE I'M >f/ WHATSIN REPUS7EKRAM
April 30,19C4LAST
- --- -- Rivals Taking 1'M LOST SUZY 1t .I, STORE/V, PEE?

GROva PARd Opposite Views! The
BARTOW (AP) Sen. Spes-
I sard L. Holland complained '

..1 Wednesday that one re-election Stars
opponent paints him as too conIservatlve
and the other calls

him too liberal ,t

I "One or the other must be j Impel 1

i wrong and the chances) are that *.*.*.NNr n..-.=:i'ou M---
I both are wrong," Holland com

',HOM! Or 1He? I mented. By Carroll Righter
eta PICTURIS The senator, seeking a fourth 71 > Muor ee-.1011ARC- Ecrroar it s ..

2 DAYS term said at his Bartow campaign I WHY DID Z LET HER PEVU.WHATARE PCTNC-Hf KIT if. YOU YOU'RE wwo watK5
headquarters that Bralley t e'HERSELF IIERTHATMEAM5-
Odham "la shouting to high
Meet the 2an12St mANA
heaven that I'm so conservative (.
i characters ever gathered i that I'm 100 years behind the THURSDAY APRIL 30, 1964 November 21) Important you I1

under one bed! I times." Odham is Holland's ri- GENERAL TENDENCIES: do something constructive to 1
II I val for the Democratic nomina This Is a wonderful day and Increase Income so that you \\ JIAlI1
need not about obligations
II to wind investigations 1
tion."My up your
Look business
I Republican opponent into new ideal to a big 7
([Claude R. Kirk Jr., of Jacksonville and plans of procedure. It put for Ideas. Follow (
) Is lambasting me for being through on them.SAGITTARIUS.
I is a good time to show that 7
I' too liberal," Holland went you are just about ready to (November -,:
on. put such new plans into effective 22 to December 21) Almost
trtMrtta.r..r.w I "I'm a constitutional conser- execution tomorrow, anything you go after can be l 'I i ;

... vative Democrat and if adherIng since the planets are with yours now, if you stop deliberating -
..;.. I to our nation's constitutionputs you and you can make big and act. Be more
... me behind the times I guess headway and progress toward discriminating where social
" '' I I'm guilty," Holland said. "Aft all prepared outlets. contacts are concerned. Attend DO 16u THINK THOSE V toMe 4 r ..IP THeV WERE CLEVER Al.TAKB THE'MANDATORY-

; 11J er all. the Constitution has been ARIES (March 21 to April fine affair tonight. CAM TAlC:!! OVER -.ARaTHEY EMCOSH Tt>TAKB OVER,THEY'D EIG+tr-CGL'NT;ON'MAT ONo,
around for a century and a CAPRICORN December 22 KS TfeO MAT TO WANT TO
19) Look to novel ways of ( REALLY CLEVER: ENOU&H fm.
\\J\J.w.Y I half._u getting ahead now, since there to January 20)) Quietly find-

are plenty of opportunities Ing out what your obligationsare

.. .... all around you. Persons from to the letter, helps you
r iBtAKE EDWARDS_ DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN foreign countries are especially to be rid of them more intelli\

DAVID NIVEN 6:30-SHOW 7)30) helpful. Contact out-of gently.. Get expert advice. Be l

PETER SELLERS Tonight's The NightTo towners ..too.TAURUS of more assistance to those CrJ'

ROBERT WAGNER C. Out T. A Movlt! (April 20 to May you like.

20) Getting the data and financial \- AQUARIUS (January 21 to .
CAPUCtNE.'THE requireis February 19) Get out early
reports you
and be with who ad-
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N holdings better arranged. mire you and fine support r--

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JERRY LEWIS 21) Do nothing that will alienate March 20) Fine day to get in BAILIFFS ROUND NEXT' WEEK' GOTOUTOFA FORGET WHAT TOUCH 0' FlU

STARTS SATURDAY IIOCK.'I easy associates of long stand touch with big-wigs and to -- SICKDED- I SAID!
ing and think out ways to state your aims since they I 4
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GLEgS NdMggUEEN'e lit Drivt-ln Showing cooperative. Use that charm Also get cooperation from
that is such a delight to good friends. Be kind, courteous r
I'm the I others. with all.

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Incredible Mr. Limpet! to July 21)) Impress others TODAY there will be every -=

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L will then respect you since there is both fine philosophical

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you peace of mind and relieve suited to this 'mind to Washington's National Zoo
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MOWN AT 11.20 ONLY! your home more charming' despite EscapeTAMPA By George W. filed for Democratic nomination FISH

AUDIE MURPHY comfortable. Is fine now. Be N___'._. ..._ ',
BIG TREAT '-' --- to Congress in Arkansas' heavily \
roll, PROM MILL sure that all closets are
(OH Ot AMt.MINft/W tMDtlI cleaned out, all Is Immacu- (APRichard Beverly CASE S-IJ2: Hal B.. aged 19. segregationist Mississippi DINNERALL
I V11M MIIM ANO IXMUWIT.! ,'w, 1 late. Relax in PM. Sanchez, 22, was expectedto 1s taking a course in public River delta.
be back In U.S. District Court
I LIBRA (September 23 to speaking at college Mrs. Clay, a widow who I
1r + tirfOMNMat UST.SNIT I today for his trial on bank robbery operates
.. !B. October 22) Fine day for buy. charges. "Dr Crane, he began 1 a funeral home in YOU 69
> PLJSS4DOTS tog or selling writing lettersof always like to have a big Foro// CAN EAT!
Carload Bargain Night etc. Plan daily Sanches was missing Tuesday stand or rxxli- rest City will oppose Rep .
importance I
AT A11 A 11'2' tasks so that they become but the trial continued without um in front of ,Gathings of the 1st District in ECKERD DRUG STORE

"IF A MAN ANSWERS" easy routine. It's all a mat him. The judge told the Jury It me. I the July 28 primary.. She Is the II
SANDRA 011 'N COLOR could weigh his absence as an Grevs Pk. Sheppln Cinlsr I
turn "For I feelalmost '
ter good management. first
Negro candidate for
Inference that Sanchez "had a 1 a major
COLONSCOPEuirs ALtO AT t 10 ONLY SCORPIO (October 23 to onsclousness of guilt. undressed office in the delta.
if I _
get up
"BATTLE HYMN" while - - -
Sanchez escaped being I -
before the class
HocK Hudton in CNM l lTI1.HI.AMD
returned to Jail after the trial
without !
5iEHMu opened Monday. He was found to hide a I Great For Tired Mothers!
LAST Tuesday night in a swamp and behind.
OIGTI NIT I Hillsborough County deputy I
"But I have
sheriffs returned him to the _
lockup. noticed that-- I \ M Tmda. r
some our
,. A I n T 10 PASTIAIRaUAT Sanchez and Servando Fernandez DR. CRANE w Trb (tiN A BOX)

AT II." 25. are on trial chargedwith greatest such orators as Dr Norman Vincent !I I rw Col. 5..4..', R ipfritfvcky .
the $64.000 robbery of the +*lsTi+
Peale, will come forth to L .
National Bank of
"I'NI 0' "CHIL C01" exchange the front of the pulpit and Just
with "NOli DICKIN'ON Temple Terrace last Jan. 23.
NO FREE KIDDIE talk to the audience without 9 Pieces Kentucky Fried Chicken $235
i any podium or stand to shield Feed 3.4 .
win KIRK' DOUGLAS them.
With Rolls and Gravy $2.50
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TI'n': < psychology?
OPEN 12.4S'THE .Tomorrow. TNLATUULT.ddr.ad pink PutbtrLAKILAMO ." Yes, this a superb yardstickfor '
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weeding out the Indirect ,
HE'S BACK Todsr IhUrda": !&rnrndIbl. :
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Todir u>r..OLK.n t THUITIS igr u -
IN A .10 "lIh Lov. IN FACT if 25%of our least I 1133E.Mo.inSt. Ph. MU 6-4151
aowNtewN T'odn And T a..r r."Mld"llb\ effective clergymen were suddenly I I
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EXCITEMENT I run CaCndid-dA' >nd "TM Lton" psychological "crutches" such
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II Dr. Peale is perfectly at ,
: II I ease In the theater for Dr.
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using narrative cases

FREE HE WILL employ spot news land
stories from the current news- '
YOU MET item OCtMT eon ,
CUPS paper or refer to a comic strip 1

rpk HIS INCREDIBLE [ENEMICt. A ICE He always includes amusingand
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I I In The Past :. Abbv.*. Calif.Bon. 365.and damped.IncltHteMlfoddrctMd BtvcrlyHill 4IfI.0 ; !jI J LI

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DEAR ABBY: What do you do when you finally find out What's bugging him anyway? This has been going on for I WHUTS NEW fAH GOT )/ AH 'BUT.AH THINKS AHDOhfT fyur AHis' R'N

that what you had suspected deep down in your heart wag years. l TWO MILLVUM DOLLAHS INSURANCE MUCH THEY VA MILLYIMd WHy,1 CAIN'T NAVE US
true? My tiater-in-law telephoned the other day to Inform me LEFT SItTING Q4 ARE DEATH:TS4ASS ON LAW- f f 60TH !!

that my husband had an affair about a year ago with a sup WHUT'S av M NEJr !
DEAR LEFT! If your table-hopping husband Is running .. NEW!.' (f
poly good friend of mine. She said she and her husband for office, grin and bear It. But If he's Just a friendly-type guy 1 /

had known about it all along Suddenly, a lot of things began who likes to talk to his "friends," teU him that you are his ;%; ZRrA /r'I,

to fit into place, such as cancelled checks made out to strange best friend .and you didn't go out to sit alone. = ( II
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places, and several unexplained late evenings. Each time I III

confront my husband with the accusation he denies it. 1 would DEAR ABBY: When I was 12 and my brother was 10, our ,

'gladly give him the benefit of the doubt but there Is no doubt.I father died. Our mother married again, and she stayed mar := 8 \ 111111C

can't raise tour children alone. Do I just forgive and forget? ried to this man until she died. At the time of her death (

HEARTBROKENDEAR neither my brother nor I could afford to buy her a headstone. w.

Now we have the money and want to buy her one, but hereis .1 s I

HEARTBROKEN: Yes Obviously your husband the problem: We want our mother's FIRST HUSBAND'Sname

wants to forget, too, but when you try to sweat a confession on the headstone Instead of her second husband's. After --

out of him, he can't Forgive. Truly forgive Only then will you she died, we never saw our stepfather again. Our family did COSH, MOON MAID YES,AND MY f BUT HOW YOU SEE, WE HAVE
be able, to forget. not care especially for my mother's first husband (our real OUR HOUSIr SNOT THIS IS SPOOKY. DO YOU FAMILY IS II DlOTWEV NO TELEPHONEOP'RADIO,'
father), or her.second husband, so they want us to put her FAR REALLY LIVE DOWN WAITING TO & KNOW? WE USE ESE
MAIDEN name on the headstone. Since my brother and I are.,

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are both In our mid-40's. paying for it, we think we should be able to put what we wanton

We are 'neat dressers, and everyone compliments us on how It. What is your opinion? r QLtKL/l(( l y

"young" we look. Whenever we go out my husband spots a WONDERINGDEAR P T Ali AliI L't .,i _ t

"friend" at another table, and up he jumps, leaving me to sit '

alone anywhere from 15 minutes to half an hour. When I WONDERING: Ft will be YOUR headstone over "

complain he gets mad and says he likes to talk to his friends. YOUR mother's grave. Put on It what you will.PUZZLE. : w : :y
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Tarasov made his first
Syria will build new highways as I be held at the Haven Hotel !in crashed Tuesday In stormy
and Canadian Interest)I
225 weather killing the five soldier
from Damascus to Aleppo. not harmed. Police mad Winter Haven May 22-24 the
farther. were and a civilian aboard.
then 100 miles
from miles Aleppo to Raqqah.ftlfRESENfATIVE. the arrest when they caught t Winter Haven Chamber of Com The dead include Robert J. - - --

him accepting documents. merce reports. Gilbert, pilot, Robert L. May YEAH, BUT rr AND 2 MAP V THAT OKAY SOME TRACTOR A

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indication that Tarasov 35,, of combat wounded veterans. Wilson the crew chief. All were ;; A NEW AXLE WHAT YOU TIRES TO 60 FIND TNsM? { 2s-

worked for a Soviet spy ring,, George Washington created theN married and lived with their! FCR MY JEEP WANT WAY OUT WITH IT
He was not charged with ep badge of military merit. families at Ft. Richardson here 4+ DEBTL61 14026w 1

onage but was turned over to th J. Channing Carter member Gilbert, 28, was a former '
Embassy as an undesir,. resident ,of New '
Soviet of the Winter Haven chapter, is Shrewsbury
able. convention chairman. NJ. Maynard's home was at -
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I JRD ROYAL BABY I IIVER. ''A new F. chapter Kennedy known chapter as the of came from Rocky Ford, Colo. .-..

England (AP-Britain Beach, will be inducted u

,has Its third royal baby of the into the order OneS ahara Desert oasis, ..

I year, The 30-year-old Duchess, Victor F Kubly of Daytona called the "Street of Palms"

)f Kent gave birth to a daughter Beach Is the national adjutant stretches for 500 miles in a thin, 0 t 'n
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-Thursday ORLANDO IT-DIDNT LAKELAND, AprU in-GET JO An, ISM eightyearold AWAY LEDGER-h Here's Roundup Of News From Around Polk County I

boy, Robert Johns, had be-'I .

gtnner'i luck when he went out WAVERLY Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Collie Henry were their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stan- FORT MEADE The annual Miss Dilworth Ann Mills, guest of honor at a coke party
home of Mrs
to fish with I new pole and Charles O. Shields and daughters sons-in-law and daughters. Artls Youmans, and son, land of Waverly, were mar !' ladies' night banquet of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McDonald at the In Wauchula.Horace Hostesses -

a rubber worm. He landed a Patsy and Peggy, have Mr. and Mrs. Larry McDanieland Randy, of Lake Wales vU/ted ried April 25 In Folkston. Oat the Fort Meade Rotary duo W.Ga.,D.became Mills of the Wrightsvllle.bride of were Mrs. John W. Burton -
five-pound bat with tome help son, Kinney, of Belle
moved to Haines City. Her In She has been employed by will be held tomorrow at Mrs. McDonald, Mrs.
Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. Leland (Lanny) Perry
from his friend, Stevie Callclns. Glade, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Star Packing Company. He is Terrace Hotel. Mr.
mother Mrs. Lizzie Franklin, Lakeland Davis, Mrs. Robert
Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
The unexpected of the Vogel Hutcheson of Pensa- Bob Woods and family, son
and daughter, Margie, are a lifetime resident of Waver. and Mrs. Rupert Carlton.are Leland Perry of Fort Meade. Donohue, Mrs. Alec Hendry,
fish almost pulled in the 4 foot- living with them. cola.Mr. Thomasvllle, Ga. ly and former employe of in charge. The welcome will The was performed Mrs. 0. B. Stansell and Miss
3 Inch fisherman. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Tomp- and Mrs Neal 'Parnell Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bryan Waverly Growers for 21 years. be given by Thomas A. Coch- April ceremony 11 at Bowling Green Nellie Schwelgart. Mr. and
kiss visited in with and daughter Carol Dee, of rane who will be the new Guest honored
Tampa and Credit UnionHe Methodist Church. The Rev. Mrs. were at a
son, Bill had
Lakeland visited his parents, as guests Guests win be recognized
her brother-in-law and sister, president. of reception at the Wauchula
Claude E. pastor
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Colson Mr. and Mrs B. K. Smith, her brother and sister-in-law, Is presently employed by retiring president, the Wauehula Methodist Garden Center by the bride's
and Clarence, and Mr. and and Martha Faye. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts, as billing clerk and timekeeper Clifford Newport. There will Church, officiated. The brideis parents, Mr. and Mrs. William -
KlNGSWOOD Mrs. Alvin Edge. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. and son, Joey, of Thomasville, and serves as secretaryand be entertainment provided bya a graduate of Young Harris A. Grainier
treasurer of the
Jimmie Brown' and family Waverly guest comedian. The highlight and Mrs. Franklin T.
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Stan. College and has been em- Mr.
Credit Union.
land and were the Rev. Kermis Frostof Ga.Mrs will be the presentationby Jr. the ofa
Mickey, visited their ployed In Atlanta. Mr. Perryis Bone are parents
Rentz and
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Lakeland, pastor of Lake sister The couple and his fwO Mr. Newport of an awardto a graduate of Fort Meade son born April 14 at Bartow
Mrs. Carrie Lou children, Meridith and Citizen of the
Churchwell Meade's
Pierce Mission. Lloyd Fort
and Mrs. D. M. Grissom, and High School and Young Harris Memorial Hospital.
JoAnn in Orlando. Their son- Mr. and Mrs Henry Weldon will accompany their brother Norma Leigh, will live at his Year. This award is given by College. He is stationed in Miss Linda Griffin, daughter -
have returned from Ash. and slster-ln law home in Waverly near Lake the dub to the person considered the and Mrs. Madison
In-law and daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. San Diego, Calif., with of Mr.
from Jacksonville, Mr. and land, Ala. where they were Orbie Brown of Minneola to Annie. to have done the most U, S. Navy. Griffin, was chosen Miss Fort
called due to the Illness of Mrs. C. A. Hattaway and for the town In the preceding
Mrs. R. B. Howard, Greg and Americus Ga. Miss Gail Mills, bride-elect, Meade In the beauty contest
for a visit
her sister Mrs Chink Mitch Mrs. Jancle Hartley attended year. The recipient's name
Jeff, also were there. honored at a luncheon on held at the Country Fair. She
with their brother and sister- until the ban was
ell. funeral services of Wesley S. kept a Fort Meade in
Recent visitors of Mr. and in-law April 20. Miss Kay flown was will represent
Mr and Mrs. Hobert Murry at Bethel Baptist
University Student quet.Fort the which was future contests.
t I Brown.M Church In Plant City,with Mr Meade Unit 23 of the hostess at party
Installation of officers of XI
Dieting i ? Cqn | tise sugar? Randal Dampier, student at r I. Dorothy Crawford, and Mrs. James Hattaway and American Legion will sponsor of held the at her wedding home.parrand Members Beta Mu chapter, Beta Sigma
University of Florida, Gainesville daughter of Mr. and Mrs. family of Winter Haven. Mr. Poppy Day this year on Tues relatives attended. Miss Phi, will be May 28 at the
SWEETEN WITH n.v.ram bifrerofttrlatltl visited with his parents, Orea Turner of Auburndale, Murry was Mr. James Hatta- day. Mrs. Ed Brown Is chairman close Miss Millsa home of Mrs. W. J. Load-
Howze presented
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dampier. and Norman L. Stanland, von way's grandfather. of the committee.IIAPPINESS Officers be Installedare
CALORIEFREEfisweet gift In her chosen silver holies.
Mrs. Lucille Joiner Is a
: Mrs. Paul Schaill. president
patient at Lake Wales Hos- pattern. of Mr. ; Mrs. Warren H. D'Ales-
| pltal V. P. Rentz has been Craig Willett son has sandro. vice 'president; Mrs.
and Mrs. W. S. Willett
admitted to the ConvalescentHome
Bernard S. Vane, recording
r t in Lake Wales, and been named to the Dean'sList secretary; Mrs. William H.
I LIQUIDSWEETENER Paul Aleck Sr. Is home after at Berry College. Bevis, corresponding secretary -

Sweetens fruits, berries, cereals, beverages being a patient at Winter Bridal Parties : Mrs. A. Henry Lewis,
coo lng. Contains no wear.48.12cc.unbr.akobl.squ..z.botll.s.. Haven General Hospital. Mrs. John Guest recent treasurer; and Mrs. Anita
Mr. and Mr*. Randolph b ,bride, has been honored at a Lander, area council dele,
Henry and their son-In-law series of parties. She was gate.
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SPECIALS FOR Keep The -Man Who

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FOR A JUNE BRIDE Is the sound of wedding bells. If planning a party II ALDINE COMBEE :. .
for a bride-elect, make a couple of edible bells that double for the centerpiece and dessert. Commissioner
County a Dist 5

do fed, hl. aot
Wedding Bell Centerpiece

Perfect./ For Bridal Party, ReElectSHELLEY

-. For many a June bride, hapcenterpiece and the dessert. The ped In Its own foil frypan, can

,Q 'L1TY: IS'iOUR' ,SPECIALTy, plness Is the sound of wedding gay bells are made with popped be ready in a Jiffy Then it Just \ '
bells. For the hostess giving a corn, dry toasted nuts and takes a minute or two to combine Superintendent Of

t ., :,'- j.: ::t Southgate Shopping Center shower for such a guest, It could marshmallows. popped the corn melted and marshmallows dry toasted' Public Instruction

Phone MU 2-2151 be the discovery of a pair of While the marshmallows melt nuts and shape the combination, ,
edible bells that double for the over hot water, the corn, pop- into a pair of bells. For the
centerpiece, tie them with white
ribbon bows and put on a platter ' Thank You Lakeland!
decorated with white flowers

When. serving the bells for . for your friendship, cooperation
I B $ dessert, slice them and top each and enthusiasm for good
=LI $1,850O O Shopping Spree serving with vanilla ice cream schools . for the wholehearted

and peaches. For a festive look, support of dedicated principals,
;freeze the vanilla ice cream in teachers, and other school personnel .
a ring mold. Then unmold ontoa ., . for the privilege of
plate and fill the center with serving as your former high
sliced peaches. i school principal.

1ST PRIZEfAt .|'A PRIZES SECOND ('PRIZES THIRD 'IAA(FRIZES FOURTH 1/3*$ cup pieces Ib. marshmallows butter or margarine, cut in Thank You, Lakeland!

VJ' teaspoon cinnamon . for the things we',. done together -
4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
% teaspoon ground ginger to benefit our children
1 package ready-to-pop corn . construction of the new Carl-
:: 1 cup dry toasted mixed nuts ton Polmore Elementary School
Put butter, marshmallows, . completion of classroom additions
: J cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger in to Medulla, Lime Street,
pan over hot water. Cover and Lincoln Avenue, Rochelle Junior.
1 heat until marshmallows are Senior High and Southwest Jun.
melted. While marshmallows are lor
High Schools . 0 new kitch.
HALF-HOUR FREE 10.1964 MERCURY :melting, prepare pop corn according en for Cleveland Court Elementary .
to package directions.
SHOPPING SPREE FOR YOUR STATION WAGONS PLUS 10QUARTER-HOUR Put popped corn in large bowl. School.When .

($31,500 TOTAL mallow mixture and mix well. I Think Of These
MERCURY STATION WAGON! EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES! SHOPPING SPREES! Rsdeemsblejhere you obtained) your Shape into 2 bells.

All the groceries you and your family These Mercury are loaded with optionils You and your entire family sweep what Entry Blank.
can terry to the checkout counter 'In -powerstetrlng,power brakes, you want off the shelve of your favorite 10 $1.000 Certificates Expanding Facilitieswhich
30 minute are yours trial,Plus a 1964 I automatic transmission. And-to top grocery store!You have 19 exciting 20 $500 Certificates, -
Mercury Station Wagon to carry everything them off-you get auto supplies and minutes to take what you want.. ,all 30 $250 Certificates ?1
home! .rvlca worth $5001 absolutely reel! 40 $100 Certificates ./ hare resulted in greatly
k improved Instruction for our children .
I look forward to a united

effort to . construct a new
southeast Lakeland
i I Junior high

SPECIAL HUNDREDS ENTER OFTEN! school elementary. construct school for southeast new

GRAND STATE PRIZE IN OF LOCAL PRIZESFREE WIN SEVERAL PRIZES! Lakeland to Lakeland, . provide Senior major High.additions ..

an area administrative office end
FLORIDAFREE SHOPPING SPREES! Here' all that you do to enter: pick up a
storage building . .
fret Entry Blonk wherever Pepsi-Cola Is told. construct anew
YEAR'S SUPPLY OF GROCERIESPLUS VALUABLE GIFT CERTIFICATES! Print your name end address, and the name Vote for Rochelle.Senior High School
and address of the store on the bock of the . a library and administrativesuite
FREE YEAR'S SUPPLYOFAflTOtQUIPMENTAND Entry Blank or on e reosonoble facsimile. EXPERIENCEthat for Medulla School .
Drop Entry Into the. SHOPPING SPREE really
SERVICES So many additional prizes it's hard not container your In the store or moil, to Pepsi-Cola COUNTS! classroom addition to Carlton
PLUS FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF to win! In the area served by the Pepsi. Bottling Company of Lokelond, P.O. Box Feline Elementary School . .
Cola Bottling Company of Lakeland, 146, Lakeland. Florida, Heel . a new cafeteria at Lakeland Jun.
PEPSI-COLA! there'll be 3 food store Shopping for High.
The 1964 Pepsi Col* Bottlers'" tt.850.OOO
Groceries worth $1,500 ..auto supplies worth Sprees 176 Gift Certificates re- Shopping Spree open to resident of areas GJ RGt kMllUR .
$500...92 casts of Pepii-Colil? You II be act for deemable for valuable merchandise. where Bottlers.It It One made void available wherever. by local prohibited P.ClII-CoI., by RE-ELECT'

a yearl lew Offer clottt My 11, 1964.)

EASY JO ENTER! HEW WINNERS EVERY WEEK! J I Ir P.1. Aar, IrPell School' 'SuperintendentS2 ,

a01Lse .0 P.P.I.COLA SOTTLINC COMPANY OP .( .y APPOINTM/NT Or P.P$1.COLA SOTTLINC COMPANY OP YOAII e..._ :::: :'.;.I"I" I ..- e ..,i: ...' ,-




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S ? New Nursing Thursday April M. 1M4


jLw' Yt Rochelle Elementary School's

annual May Day program will

htiMM Open HouseConstruction be held tomorrow night at Bry

+ ant Stadium beginning at 7:30:

o'clock. The theme is "A Visit
of Lakeland
to the Islands."
.5 public is
Manor, a $450,000 convalescent Invited.

u nursing and rehabilitation facility -
) I Laa"'L '
will be completed on

schedule this week and will begin IN NOTICE Tilt COUNTY TO CftCOITOAS' vuoara{' ,

operating next Monday it COURT IN AND roll
announced fare this OLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
was morn-
1I.iNIl'J M BARRITT: lIttc..d
Ing.In To All Creditor and ....eou Ii...
making the announcement Ins CI'm.' .r P.mand.
,, Dr Sam Clark of Lakeland : .t at t ,, dv Paid :re...,,: AlainlC
,, . Tou and each
Lakeland Manor president, also F II r notifiedI 10 Erin Aopln
disclosed plans for an open c lalma and d.mande which you
w )*vo atalnat the Male. .f
house preview this weekend, yDr M. "" .". < .caeed. In the Minnie office
of Richard A. Hronaon County
Open House Set Judd. .t hie offlo. In the Court
Houae at Barlow. Florida within
He said the new facility will -l. Calendar month. from April

be open for Inspection by the "fins. 1M4 publication, which I.I the of this date of notlca.the

general public Sunday afternoon Kwh rlalm or demand mu.t be In

from 1-5 p.m. A ceremony featuring writlnr.reld.nc.muat and poet.,.,.office the plere addreaa' of

Mayor Harold Grizzardwill of ii-. claimant, muat be sworn
precede the open house. 10 and miiat b. fll.d .. afar.ald.
or alee ."m. will become vnM
iI I Lakeland Manor is located at rer JOHN O. BARRETT

2510 N. Florida Ave., just inside iToi. Executor

the city limits, on a seven-and- NOTICa
t a-half acre site. It has been A ,. ? rnrrr..,. IN THa COUNTY TO CIIIIIDITO JUDOs'aPOLK

developed by a group of Lakeland COUNTYNILonlDA

professional men. Officers tN Rgl RNTATE bF
r.w in addition to Dr. Clark are Dr. CUIAN REFUGE MOTHIR IN SIA TRANSFIR A Cut. Lacy J. Sloan, a/k/a L, J. Sloan

i Winburn A Shearouse vice refugee mother, leult. Megiei; wh. lied Given birth to e keey To All 'redltori and Frfmnt: Hiv,

we.. president' and E. Snow Martin girl In a epee boot todoy while fleeing. Cube, li lowered te w.lt- Inl'Said Claim.E.I.t" or r>*mn
'Jr, secretary-treasurer. I i.| U. S. Cooit Guordimen by crewmen of the Irltiik ,....to n..rl :.r'o: earn'Jl. orno duplkat.nall; :

The building is architecturally T.rter.IGir's. ria 1m. and demand whhb
unu.ual. its Y-shape making it have .telnet the ..,... of lacy you J.
possible for all rooms to have Sloan, a/k/a L J, 1110.| Hours in the office
First Few of Diehard A. !
CITRUS MIN. MIMIIRJ OF CONGRESS CONFIR $... ., Ch.rl.. I. leaner, D. I. (lilly) M.tthtwi. A. Sy4 Hartong, J.,,," outside exposure. It will accommodate -, County Jude, at hi. office Bronaon In the

I 1IIHr4 Holbit4 ( ...< c "Ur) It funk. .., left to ".ht. by FIo,. A. H.l y ..II Don F' <". Tile swop met In Weihlnir recently M In.patients.Dr. I Court within If..a.ill ralrndar. at Uartow, >Florida,

lo. Citrva' MuHi.l't uncurl vie. ," r.tldent lob Rutledge .". whir. Rytledge end H..... conferred with FI.rl.Vi ."|,... .,,. I Clark Issued an invitationto Very EventfulMIAMI the April 55. 1H4, which iVt". dateTf

Homer H....., ..",.,,1 -...." ., the Florid. Citrus Commission dole.Hon MI citrus tariff .""". .HtctUf .verwot reps .fC everyone in the area to attend Each flrat c'lm' publication or *>n and of thla mutt nolle.b. In,

I *"*re,tmii trending .t rear, left to fight ." h,1 C. Re".'". Florid citrus cro,.. the open house. He said BEACH (AP) Barbara mattress made of the refugees' realdence wrltln. must and .,.1. the place of
poet office .dd....
-- guided tours would be conducted -! Benlta Mejiai first few shirts. of the claimant mu.t be .wo,,,
Two native species of bamboo by staff members throughoutthe hours of life were probably as to and muat b. fll.d a. aforeeald,

grow in the canebrcaks of the Hoffa Conspiracy Trial MakesNo afternoon. A wild as any she'll ever know. Ship Attracted or .1..KENNETH aama will hocome T, SLOAN.void

southeastern United States. They E.owlor
She was born Wednesday tothe The Cubans attracted the attention U7f
make fine
fishing poles. wife of a farmer fleeing of 1IMS Tartar a 360- NOTICI TO CPtIDITO'

Adult Education Communist Cuba in an 18-foot cot English ship assigned to patrol IN THa COUNTY JUDQII
In SelectionCHICAGO COunT IN AND ron
Progress Jury wooden boat. : duty between the Bahamas. P01.10 COUNTY: L.O"IDA
and the Florida Coast IN RIO: RNTATH F
Association Before the day was over she LOUSE HKLE.NE: TURNER:

(AP) The $20 ants. Since the trial started Monday take the defense objections to had been lifted in a sling from I Edging alongside the huge, To All'' I\IIr..d.
the little boat to the lofty deckof hull, Andres related his' Credltori and Paraone Hav-
million fraud and ray 'In.
conspiracy 1ST prospective Jurors have the sequestration of Jurors under Elects Heidel Siu.or D'ran Against
a British frigate off Marathon problem. Immediately a stretcher S.ld !
trial of James R., Hoffa and been dismissed for various reasons -
advisement. Ha has ordereda Ymt and each of you are hereby
Key and later lowered, In a duffel was lowered and up to the'artar's notified
to file In duplicate
seven others moved Into its special panel of 300 venire- BARTOW Carl Heidel, Polk bag, to a Coast Guard vessel ; deck went Lulsa. Right' olalma and damanda which ynu all

fourth day in U.S. District Court One Dismissed men for the trial. County coordinator of adult off Miami. behind her went the new baby have Helen.aaalnat the ..,.t. of Laulie
today with only three Jurors Four persons had been tentatively -! Hoffa and seven other defendants education, has been elected Both Doing Well and the other refugees, and the office: of haj" 4'.' 'Bronaon In the,

selected. selected as Jurors but are accused in a 28-count president of the Florida Adult ship headed for Miami. Court County Mouae Judto, at hla office In th.
at Barlow,
Not a single juror was selected one, Mrs. Helen Cooper yester- Indictment with obtaining the Education Association for 1964- Today she and her mother, within alx calendar month. from

yesterday for the trial of Boris day asked to be dismissed. Mrs $20 million in loans from the 65, it was announced today Luisa, 30, were reported doing I the Aril tint M, 10M which In the dale of
publication of thl ..
president of the Teamsters Cooper a librarian at the University -Teamsters pension fund and diverting The Florida. Adult Education well In Jackson Memorial Hospital Workers Fnh rlalm or demand muat* noli"be In

Union,. and the seven codefend- of Illinois Medical Center 11 million to their personal .' Association has approximately May rltlnv.ald.nce, muat and elate the plate of
office addreaajf
told Judge Richard B. Aus- use. Hoffa Is treasurer of 850 adult education teachers and Her father Andre., 33, who It. claimant, mu.t be aworn
the fund. delivered his own daughter, had U. S. to and molt b. fllad aa afor.aald
tin she could not reach a fair I principals throughout the State Boycott ..
Then Is NO or el earn* will become Void.
SUBSTITUTE hoPed she would be born In
verdict in the case Judge Austin Other defendants art BenJa- of Florida EMMA O. FIRMER.:

for'on.the-Iob] .experience after some questioning, dismissed min Dr.now, Minneapolis; Aba IWeinblatt. ,! Heidel has been In the Adult America But by a few hours, I JAKARTA Indonesia (AP- tT.MI KiaoutrU.NOTICt .
he Cuban.
was a
her. Miami Beach
;George and Veterans Education Program The Communist-controlled navigation TO APPBAPl.
I Mrs. Cooper with two men iurrli and his son, Herbert for the past 13 years. He Mejiai his wife and another ; and dockworkers union TOI A, I'. CRICK,

VAUGHN: and another woman tentatively both of New York; Samuel Hyman II a member of the National daughter, Marts, 12, set out with will boycott all American ships TOIJ Raaldiinoa ARM HKIUCBY unknown NOTIFIED. :
five other Cubans from Matan-
named to the Jury had spent Miami Beach; Calvin Association Public School Adult unless the U.S. 7th Fleet withdraws to Clio your wrlit.n ...!.neea, if
Kovens Miami Beach and n. Tuesday night. The next an), on the 851 h day of May, ion,
Tuesday night under the guard Educators, Florida Education from the Indian Ocean to tho Complaint fllad aaaln.t you
of federa) marshals at a Chicago Zachary Strate Jr., San Juan Association and a charter member morning, Luisa knew she was the Communist party newspaper In the Circuit Court or Polk Coun.Horlda .
PAUL P.R., formerly of New Orleans going; to have her second child I,. by ..", Inl' a copy of
A VAUGHNCLERK hotel. of the Florida Correctional before the refugees ever reached larian Rakyat said today. )you An..... to tho Complaint on
\ Education Association ho Plaintiff .llorn.". Qladitnno
Attorneys argued The union urged President
safetv. Land was more than 13 L. KohlnH, 111 North Macnnllamo
OF CIRCUIT COURT .that Mrs. Cooper's dismissal was Heidel holds an AB Degree miles to the west--at- Marathon Sukarno's government to takeover Orlando HorMn, and fllo
I proof that a competent Jury In Luci JohnsonTo I from Florida Southern Collegeand all American firms In Indonesia the orlnlnal In tho offlro of Oh.Clerk .
..1. Adv. tv Akavo CandlaatalNeed of the Circuit Court which
.. _ft.- the case could not ba selected a Master's Degree from)Key.The baby was born at 10:30: if the boycott threat csuw la ntltl.il\ n, D. Newton.
- --- ---- --- unless Judge Austin's lockup order .' Florida State University, does force U,S. t plaintiff.. v.. A. U. C root..d Radio
not warships ou
Be QueenOf a.m. while Marta held her moth .*.., his wlf, daf.ndanta, Chun.cry .
was rescinded. Polk County's last FAEA era hand and Dolores Lapin Ramos of the Indian Ocean, which Su,. No. tllti"H-41.7, aamo bites
Cask fe Pay HIM Hoffa's chief counsel Maurlci President was the late Harry B kern has renamed the Indo- a. ault to fore<'\loa l morttaio tov,.
: 18, helped Mejiai with the ln( the following; 4>."rla.l nroixrty
J. Walsh, moved for a rnlstrla Festival Mullon, In 1954. delivery. The mother lay on a neslan Ocean. In I'oJk <*. unty, 'lnrld, f ,
/ IN WOOD mrnnivr-
on the grounds that the juron,I NOON, .Unit _*.. a> Mr nlAorJ
"obviously are frustrated undelthe WINCHESTER Va. AP- 10.1.01 In the
( In'uhllo J : ;or..j: :
R.ocrda County,
It Th MOB To St surveillance of
one night by Luci Balnes Johnson Is crowned Morlda./
AT the marshals." queen of the Shenandoah Apple 01 b.,.,.I.a a Trnroo Pro Conf.ao
will b. .nUrad a..ln.t you fM
Another Hoffa attorney Blossom Festival today and allure to appear, 01.r
ACCEPTANCECORPORATION Charles Bellows, said, "It doe asked to offer her prayers for .. rqulrp by law horaln

not seem humane to lock up. a bountiful harvest I \ peal I illh7:: r.tml.dAa,11,official A. p.

jurors for four or five months I>>".
The 16-year-old daughter of
D. H. SLOAN,' in, Clark
OP FLORIDA sofa, as if they were ,common criminals the President surrounded by a J (SEAL: )
Bxi Vivian A. Purvla,
COMPASS TH15e tOW IOW PAYMENTS court of princesses maids of J>. C.

CAS H LIwetssddo.oo rs Lockup Policy Announced honor and a military escort was 5- lladitnne. t, KohlnaAtlorny
rat Plaintiff
rw r at w to take the oath before an expected .
Judge Austin who announced III North Mainnlia Avtnuerlando
sac. 140070 $2100KM tISDO crowd of thousands, Florida.
his lockup policy during the first U.574
tlHOC (IS 00 t2SOCASHwaif$ $10OCASH Festival officials were praying. ,
day of the trial denied motionsfor NOtIC. Oil' CALL
Convoniaor "ariimj mistrial and motions for too for a break in the rainy; TO WI4OM IT MAT CONrJlRNIJou :
CAU ( WHAJTONnw weather. are "".by aolll'.4' that Ihsfnllowlnl
MM KM TW separate trials for each defendant k
San motor vehli'lo- 1'l|
I DAT UIVKI which each defense counsel The coronation ceremony on Plymouth t dr. Varny Knaiimtlli

217 S. TENNESSEE, UKELAND MU 2416$ had presented. the stately columned steps 01 will .b.clock mid at on public tho .Ith..1. at day 10,0"A.M. of

Bellows said the locking Handley High School is the highlight y May, It", .t n. lIolllh K.nlubyAv.o.
up of the three-day festival in M ., I k.lani1. Florida' Thororaoda
practice "is restricting the possible nf the late will be ep-
jurors to a small segment this apple growing capital. Piled to the pavmvnt of tie mat of
rotaklnc. .101'1" and all'. of poll
of the population mainly housewives With State Sen. Harry F. Byrd motor v hl Local Unions 915 & 824 and persons with unimportant -Jr as her escort, Lucl will\ Hi tllon of nntlro of pala and thanthe
o aatliifartlon/ of Iha balanroduo
jobs. Another defense kneel on a pillow to receive the under th. contract wit II r. n.

counsel argued that the Jurors crown from Gen. Curtis LeMay, Money end tiorothy Monty, P. 0.

LB.E.W. would become "irritated at their Air Force chief of staff. Her t r In.Hot the 41, Pnlk flnanrlnr City of Florida aalit, eov.r-motor

long Imprisonment"The oath includes a promise to gov ahlola Any aurplue will be paid to
you and you will roman llahla
I three tentative Jurors se ern her domain with prudenceand fur my balanno ramtlnlnc unpaid

POLK COUNTY lected from more than 170 prospective ' justice.As under aald contract
|iat>d thus 17th day of ,April
jurors who were dismissed : "Shenandoah XXXVII fair "

POLITICAL COMMITTEE are still subject to pre- queen of apple blossom," Luc 4AdlOCTATFH CORPORATION DISCOUNT

I emptory challenges by the government -will reign over parades, square I Kyi H. U JAMCRROVtlalnaavlllo !

and defense attorneys' dances, folk singing and receptions 1T..n Florida
Austin said ha would for the next two days
I Judge ,_ __ : __ : NOTict or SAL

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUO10NW. !follow, You In.are baraby motor notlflad vanirie that: lOll the

Vote for and Support IAIY PORN AT SEA HELD BY RIFUGII FATHER Cyk.. refuse Andrei Highs holds Micrylnf Plymouth I dr. Havoy H.,JUTUH ,<1
W. READ will be mid at publlo aala at 10 00
beby deught.Met wet ..,. In en apse heel .* H' n the family wet flMUa Cemmynlet AM. n''..lock. nn tho eth day of

SHERIFF H. P.. (PAT) GORDON Cue. They were .maite a group .MO picked up by the IrlHth frI|ete T.rt.r which kr.uht them, .I.y. 1914, ,I.ak et.lot land,South Florida.K.nlurkyAveeUn Th.

nor Mimi! leech where they wr trentfarred' t. ,U. S. Cent Guard koef. Al rlhl li ImnI'.... roraada of th. aale will be .p.
Had to tha of the cost of
STAn SENATOR QUILLIAN S. YANCEY tit. .Hleer Piles Menu. AP Wlr*,lit.) ..laklni, atiirlnr payment and aale of acid
I motor .hM. and tl'. coin of pub.
STATE REPRESENTATIVE IIr.llon or noU. of .I. and then
EASY SALE the .1I.r.etlon 0' the balance
No. 3 Wallace Storey : Citrus, Will Be Geneva dua und" the contract with C O.
Group FORT WORTH Tex. bra jay, P, 0, HOE 44, polk City
Quinn t'..., and ornthy )4.....,, P 0,
,Group No. 2 Q. Quittman Homebuilder J, B. Nelson sold a H.. 44, Polk City, Fie., ..,.tiro
Trade Subject In Fallporting house he built in White' Lake the finanilnir it aM motor v..
COUNTY COMMISSION Icle.. Any aurplua will ba pale' toym I
I Hills without even showing the ", and you will rrmaln h.ll.fnr ,'.
DISTRICT No. 1 J. H. KEGIEY n t i Citrus will not come up for nation as It sells lets prospective owners through it. ndar any laid balanre I contract.remaining Unpaid I

DISTRICT No. 3 JAMES J. MUSSO general agreement on Trade than two per cent of its citrus Dated this 11th day e( AprU
A couple called him and ad-
Tariffs and negotiations in Ge- abroad plus a small and dwindling II".
DISTRICT No. 3 ALDINE COMBEE neva until the autumn Christian amount to Canada. In con- mitted they had "broken in" to A OOIATFK DISCOUNTrORPORATION I

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION iiA I A. Herter the President's trast, major foreign citrus nations the closed house by entering By: Ualnatvlllo H. L. JAMIRBON, Florida 1
Special Representative for Trade export more than 50 per through a window. They liked It, IIIt1
No. 1 DORA COX PHILLIPS announced -cent of their
DISTRICT Negotiations, yesterday crop. they reported and wanted to IN THI CIRCUIT COURT orTNI
DISTRICT No. 4 R. L BRUMBAUGH As a result, it was pointed out make arrangements to buy It. or TENTH I'LO.IDA, IN AND 'Oil
I A spokesman for Florida Citrus to Herter the American producer POLIO COUNTY. IN CHANCIRV
W. CLARK STONE LW."Les"DunsonTo C... No, .nll ,....,..., SI
CIRCUIT COURT Mutual commented this does had nothing to gain from LCOAL AOVtnTISIMINTNOTICK !'... Nn, MAST
not represent any postponement a tariff reduction and a great RIVER HAV1.NU. RANK.Corporation. .

TAX ASSESSOR RALPH J. ROSSI The Voters of Polk County but only the order of businessat deal to lose Herter expressed I THK COUNTY TO CRCDITORSIM JUDQI'S a PlaintiffRONALD

TAX COLLECTOR STARK F. GINN, JR. the trade conferences which special Interest in this facet of COURT IN AND ron : : ,

3 Vz yean ago, you elected" ma" as your County will start very won i iI the problem as presented by In nal POLK: Knot COUNTY* of FLORIDA a/k/a and SCAT RONALD F, MKHHFNOFR MF.HHKNOKK, ,

CONSTABLE Commissioner from District 3. I Herter was in conference yes Florida Citrus Mutual. K. I. MADEJlJ..d \, f hie wlf., DOUDH 1'HOPfc.K'TIF

3 ED WILLIAN I promised Honest, Efficient, Intelligent, Ad- terday with a delegation representing ' Earlier Sen. lUlland had *. ISC,, a Floridaourpnr.llnn DafendantI
No. -
DISTRICT ministration. the U. S. citrus Industry -' spoken on the floor of the Senate Tit All rntdltnrt and Pi,.". If.v NOTICf Of .AL3lven .

DISTRICT No. 5 MORRIS COMBEE I hove kept that Faith.I which expressed its fears of saying that any tariff reduction Inc rialmi IG.I.'.- or LJ.minda Aslin.tn.ld .,unt Nnttra to In"a h.rehy final .that of ,for pun.

am proud of My Record as your County Com the harm that would be done would have severe adverse Tau, and .arh of you, art h.r.,r>y In.lire entered In the above ...
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION to the domestic citrus industry effects on the U.S. citrus nollfl.d to file in duplicate ..11rlotlm. tltlMl r..... In the circuit Court
missioner and whlrb youhavi of Polk otinty, Florida, I will aell
WORK with low-cost competition from Industry and could bring about .. of R JMA ,
BLANCHE I promise to continue Honest, Progressive, Efficient .In.t the .tare the property altuate In Polk Cono-
abroad if a threatened reduc its total I destruction.At OCU: dxxtict. In Hi. ly, Florida dacribed sit
CLERK Administration. offlc of Richard A Bronann Lot II Bloik H, Mouth La h.
CRIMINAL COURT I solicit tion or elimination of tariffs at the same time, lIerlong County Judo, al hla offk In the land Addition, Lakeland' Yin,'-
On Record respectfully vote and
My your he Court Jlou.. al Hartow Florida accordlna- to plat thereof
J. "BOB" HASIETT U S. ports Is invoked. The told the House that concurred Ida .
ROBERT support for Re-Election. within alt ralandar month from r-rord.d In .I.tk 1, Pace
delegation was headed by Flor "wholeheartedly with the April r5. I'M, which U !'. data of |ISO l of the Publlo Record of
I -. STATE ATTORNEY EDWARD FLOOD Sincerely, ida's Sen. Spessard L, Holland position taken by this tre- the fire publliallon of Ihla nolle Folk rounty Florida

SENATOR-BRAUEY ODHAM L. W. "Les" Dunson and Rep, Syd Herlong. mendously important Industry"Ilerlong Each wrltlni claim, muaP or d.rnand atat the mU.In plaza of at hoot public bidder tale for, t.oath the, at hlllh..t the aouth and
UNITED STATES U. S. Not Exporter called for printing of a ....Id"', and port office .ddr.... Franc IX" r of tl'. folk Tnuntyrourthouie
.f tr' claimant, must bt awnrn In Rartow Florid, bo-
GOVERNOR'HAYDON BURNS Candidate for Commissioner In their presentation to Herter brief by Mutual expressing the to and mum n* fllad aa afnr..ald, ,....rn 11110 A,M, and J.OO P M on
Count the delegates placed special Florida citrus Industry's position or al.! "urn* will bacnrn vo,". too HO' da; ,,f Mar A. D IMi.SEAL .
ALL UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES emphasis on the fact that the in the Congressional Rec. EVELYN U M,\PrR.Esteulrlx.. ( ) Usk. PLOAN JR
H. I. be ..... OamN". NN a/ L. w. "laP ...... Circuit Court
,United States i Is not a citrus ex- ord. CM71 U 191



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ORLANDO IT DIDN'T in-GET An eight-year-AWAY 'I Here's Roundup Of News From Around Polk CountyWAVERLY I

old boy, Robert Johns, had be -

ginner's luck when he went out Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Collie Henry were their and daughter Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. L C. Stan. FORT MEADE The annual Miss Dilworth Ann Mills, guest the of home honor of at Mrs.a coke Horace partyat

to fish with a new pole and Charles 0. Shields and daughters sons-in-law and daughters Antis Youmans, and son. {land of Waverly were married ladies' night banquet of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McDonald in Wauchula. Hostesses -
a rubber worm. He landed a PatI and Peggy, have Mr. and Mrs. Larry McDanieland Randy, of Lake Wales vlsjted April 25 in Folkston, Oa. the Fort Meade Rotary Club W.Ga.,D.became Mills of the Wrlghtsvllle.bride ofJosephy were Mrs. John W. Bur.
five-pound bau with acme help moved to flames Her son, Kinney of Belle She has been employed by will be held tomorrow at Mrs. McDonald Mrs.
City. Perry
In Orlando with Mr and Mr Leland (Lanny) -
from his friend, Stevie Calkins. Glade, and Mr and Mrs.
Star He is Hotel. Mr.
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Franklin, Company Lakeland Terrace Mrs. Edgar Davis Mrs Robert
The Bob Woods and Jr., son of Mr. and
unexpected of the Hutcheson of Pensa- family.Thom..vWe.
strength and daughter, Margie are Vogel a lifetime resident of Waverly and Mrs Rupert Carlton ,*reIn Leland Perry of Fort Meade. Donohue Mrs. Alec Hendry.
fish almost pulled in the 4 foot3 living with them. cola. Ga. and former employe of charge. The welcome will The was performed Mrs. O. B. Stansell and Miss
-Inch fisherman.- Mr. and Mrs J. B. Tompklns Mr. and Mrs. Neal Parnell Mr and Mrs. Willie Bryan Waverly Growers for 21 years. be given by Thomas A. Coch- April ceremony 11 at Bowling Green Nellie Schwelgart. Mr, and
visited in Tampa with and daughter Carol Dee, of ind Credit Union rane who will be the new Methodist Church. The Rev. Mrs. Guest were honored at a
Lakeland visited his parents, son, Bill had is guests Guests will be recognized
her brother-In-law and sister president. Claude E. Stanfield, pastor of reception at the Wauchula
.. . Mr. and Mrs. C. P. 'Colson Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Smith, her brother and .llter.In-llw. He Is presently employedas by retiring president. the Wauchula Methodist Garden Center by the bride's
and Clarence, and Mr. and and Martha Faye. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts, billing clerk and timekeeper Clifford Newport There will Church officiated. The bride parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
KlNGSWOOD Mrs. Alvin Edge. Guests of Mr and Mrs. and son, Joey of Thomasville, and serves as secretary be entertainment provided by is a graduate of Young Harris liam A. Grainger
and treasurer of the
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Stan- Jimmie Brown'and family Waverly a guest comedian. The high College and has been employed Mr. and Mrs. Franklin T.
land and Mickey, visited their were the Rev. Kermls Frostof Ga.Mrs. Credit Union. light will be the presentationby in Atlanta. Mr. Perryis Bone Jr.,, are the parents ofa
son-in-law and daughter Mr. Lakeland, pastor of Lake Lena Rentz and sister The couple and his two Mr. Newport of an awardto a graduate of Fort Meade son born April 14 at Bartow
Mrs. Carrie Lou Churchwell children, Meridith and Meade's Citizen of the
and Mrs. D. M. Grlssom and Pierce Mission Lloyd Fort High School and Young Harris Memorial Hospital.
JoAnn in Orlando. Their son- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weldon will accompany their brother Norma Leigh, will live at his Year. This award Is given by College. He Is stationed In Miss Linda Griffin, daughter
in-law and daughter and family have returned from Ashland and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. home in Waverly near Lake the dub to the person consid San Diego, Calif, with the of Mr. and Mrs. Madison
from Jacksonville, Mr and Ala., where they were Orbit Brown of Muineola to Annie. ered to have done the most U. S. Navy Griffin, was chosen Miss Fort
Mrs. R. B. Howard, Greg and called due to the Illness of Americus Mrs. C. A. Hattaway and for the town In the preceding Miss Gail Mills, bride-elect, Meade in the beauty contest
Jeff also were there. her sister, Mrs. Chink, Mitchell. Ga., for a ylsit Mrs. Jancle Hartley attended year. The recipient's name Is luncheon on held at the Country Fair. She
honored at a
with their brother and sister-[ funeral services of Wesley S. kept a secret until the ban- was will Fort Meade in
Recent visitors of Mr. and Howie was
April 20. Miss Kay
in-law Mr
and Mrs. Hobert Murry at Bethel Baptist
University Student quet.Fort hostess at the party which was future
Brown. Church In Plant City with Mr. Meade Unit 23 of the home. Membersof Installation of officers of XI
Dieting? Randal Dampier student at M r .. Dorothy Crawford, and Mrs James Hattaway and American Legion will sponsor held the at her wedding party and Beta Mu chapter, Beta Sigma
University of Florida, Gainesville daughter of Mr and Mrs. family of Winter Haven. Mr Poppy Day this year on Tues close relatives attended. Miss Phi will be May 28 at the
SWEETEN WITH /! resist any biuu visited with his parents Orea Turner of Auburndale, Murry was Mr. James Hatta- day. Mrs. Ed Brown is chairman Howze presented Miss Mills home of Mrs. W. J, Load-
e ofl.rfalel Mr and Mrs. H. E. Dampier and Norman L. Stanland son way's grandfather of the committee. boltes. Officers'to be Installedare
% chosen silver
CALORIE-FREE 4 a gift in her
Mrs. Lucille Joiner Is a : Mrs. Paul Schaill. president
patient at Lake Wales Hos pattern. : Mrs. Warren H, D'Aiel-
of Mr.
-Gsu/eefc pital. V. P. Rentz has been Craig Willett. son sandro, vice president; Mrs.
W. S. Willett, has
/ admitted to the Convalescent and Mrs. Dean's Bernard S. Varn, recording
s Home In Lake Wales, and been named to the secretary Mrs. William H.
I LIQUID SWEETENER Paul Aleck Sr Is 'home after List at Berry College. Bevis, corresponding secretary

Sweetens fruits, berrlet, eereoli, bever- .ate being a patient at Winter Bridal Parties ; Mr*. A. Henry Lewis,
Ogll, cooking. Confoim no ,"gar.A Haven General Hospital.Mr. Mrs. John Guest,' recent treasurer;, and Mrs. Anita
& 1 12 ei.unbreakable squeete botflet. and Mrs. Randolph n, iHK ,bride has been honored at a Lander area council delegate -
Henry and their son-in-law series of parties. She was_ .


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HAPPINESS FOR A JUNE BRIDE is the sound of wedding bells. If planning a party ; .

for a bride-elect make a couple of edible\ bells that double for the centerpiece and dessert. County Commissioner Dist 5

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Wedding Bell Centerpiece


Perfect For Bridal PartyFor RcElcctSHELLEY BOONE

; .t
many a June bride, hap. cent rplece and the dessert. The pcd In Its own foil frypan, can
QUALlTr.lS: QUit ''SPE<; IAvLJY plneis Is the sound of wedding gay bells are made with popped be ready in a Jiffy. Then It jusl t .
l ll Ofeat
takes a minute or two to combine Superintendent
hostess toasted and
bells. For the giving a corn, dry nuts
the melted marshm.llows.popped
l .. ...A"_*'"!!*!.k..J! S out h got. Shopping I Center shower for such a guest, it couldbe marshmallows.While corn and dry toast Public Instruction
] Phone MU 2-2151 the discovery of a pair of the marshmallows melt nuts and shape the combinationinto
edible bells that double for the over hot water the corn, popFPRIZE a pair of bells. For the
centerpiece. tie them with white
I i''ribbon bows and put on a plat Thank You Lakeland!
ter decorated with white flow

ers.When serving the bells for . for your friendship/ , cooperation
I $ dessert, slice them and top each and enthusiasm for good
e GlIL'i& $
1,850ODO Shopping Spree serving with vanilla ice cream schools . for the wholehearted
and peaches. For a festive look support of dedicated principals,
freeze the vanilla Ice cream in teachers, and other school per
I a ring mold. Then unmold ontoa sonnet ., . for the privilege of
plate and fill the center with' serving as your former high
sliced peaches. school principal.

10 PRIZES SECOND 10''THIRD PRIZES 100(FRIZES FOURTH 1/3% ,pieces cup lb. marshmallow.butter or margarine, cut In Thank You, Lakeland!

t cinnamon
i teaspoon teaspoon ground nutmeg . for the things we've don together -
!4 i teaspoon ground ginger to benefit our children
1 package ready-to-pop corn . construction of the new Corl-
1 cup dry toasted mixed nuts ton Palmore Elementary School
Put butter, marshmallows, . completion of classroom additions
cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger in to Medulla Lima Street,
pan over hot water. Cover and Lincoln Avenue, Rochelle Junior
heat until marshmallows are Senior High and Southwest Jun.
melted. While marshmallows are ior High Schools. . a new lurch
HALF-HOUR FREE 10.1964 MERCURY melting, prepare pop com according en for Cleveland Court Elemen
to package directions
SHOPPING SPREE FOR YOUR STATION WAGONS PLUSA 10 QUARTER-HOUR Put popped corn in large bowl. tory School.When .

($31,500 TOTAL mallow mixture and mix welL I Think Of These
MERCURY STATION WAGON! EQUIPMENT SERVICES! SHOPPING SPREES! Rtd..m.bl'-Yt'her. you obtained Shape Into 2 bells.
All the groceries you and your familycan These Mercury are loaded with op- You and your entire family sweep whet Entry Blank. 1
carry to the checkout counter In tlon.I.-powe.t..rlnl.power Drakes, you wantoff the shelves of your favor 10 $1.000 Certificates Expanding Facilitieswhich
30 minutes are yours free! Plus a 1964 automatic transmission. And-to top ite grocery store! You have 15 exciting 20 $500 C rtifcat, s .
Mercury Station Wagon to carry every them ofl-you get auto supplies and minutes to take what you w.nt.11 30 $250 Certificates! r,
thlnll\me'( service worth $5001 absolutely free! 40 $100 Certificates! "Iof have resulted in greatly
'improved instruction for our children .
I look forward to a united
effort to . construct a new
southeast Lakeland junior high

SPECIAL HUNDREDS ENTER OFTEN! school canal rue t new
elementary school for southeast

GRAND STATE PRIZE IN OF LOCAL PRIZESFREE WIN SEVERAL PRIZES! Lakeland to Lakeland. . provide Senior major High additions ..

an area administrative office
FLORIDAFREE Here'i oil that do to enter and
SHOPPING SPREES! you : pick up a
free Entry Blank wherever Pepsi-Cola It told. storage building . construct a
YEAR'S SUPPLY OF GROCERIES VALUABLE GIFT CERTIFICATES! Print your name and address, and the name Vote for new Rochelle Senior High School
end address of the> store on the bock of the) EXPERIENCEthat . o library and administrative
PLUS FREEYEAR'S SUPPLYOFAWtQUIPMENTAND Entry Blank or on a reasonable facsimile. suite for Medulla School .
Drop Entry Into the SHOPPING really
SERVICES So many additional prizes It's hard not container your'In the store or moil to Pepsi-Colo COUNTS! classroom addition to Carlton
PLUS FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF to win! In the area served by the Pepsi. Bottling Company of Lakeland P.O. Bon Palmar Elementary School . .
Cola Bottling Company of Lakeland, 146, Lakeland, Florida. Ilct . o new cafeteria at Lakeland Jun-
PEPSI-COLA! there'll be 3 food store Shopping (The 1964 Pepsi-Cote Banters' S1.ISOOOO ior High.

Groceries worth $1,500. . auto supplies worth Sprees . 176 Gift Certificates redeemable Shopping 8pr. I.open to,."d.n'.of treat GORGr ,I(. MIlUR.I .
9500. 92 cases of Pepsi-Cola You'll be lit lora for valuable merchandise. where It..!. made available. by local Papsl.Col.6o10.r. -
ores void
year ....Oiler closes May whtrovar J I. 164 )prohibited by ' ,


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New Nursing Thursday, AprU SO, JM4

Home Slates
I Rochelle Elementary School
annual May Day
program will
t ihak Open HouseConstruction be held tomorrow night at Bry.
rHl. ft// t ant Stadium, beginning at 7:30

J1 o'clock. The theme Is "A Visit
of Lakeland to the Islands." The public is
I _ Manor 1450,000 convalescent Invited
I nursing and rehabilitation faculty _
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will be completed on AOVIRTIaIMINTNOTICI

7tri schedule this week and will begin IN THB COUNTY TO CftlDlTOft",UDGIt'j. '

operating next Monday, It POLKV COUNTYeFLORIDA
was announced bore this morn- :ri': '
Ing.In To AU (',odlt... ants Pomona" eaN.s H.._
; making the announcement Inf Clahn. If Demand. Alainat
t Dr. Sam Clark of Lakeland.Lakel.nd Pad 11.1.1.,
Tou, and) each .f you ar. hi,..
Manor president, also by notlfi.d to rue In dupllcat. ail
: disclosed plant for an open ri. y ek tlalma and demand which you
p hav* acaln.t III. mats of .
: r house preview this weekend. )1. *..,...*.. In th*Mlnnl.oTT1 fflc.
: or Richard A Bron.on County
/ Open House S tHe Jud.e, at hi. offlc. in th. Cnurt
Houoe at Ihrtaw. Florida W"M
laid the new facility will air from* April

be open for Inspection by the a first tees,u sSalFS2;::: thl.data of node.the,

f general public Sunday afternoon > Llf.h rial"' or d.mand mull b. In
t : from 2-S p,m. A ceremony fea wntinamint state the plar. .f
: .1 r..ld.nc and .
poet offlc ddr ..
turin, Mayor Harold Grizrard of th. ,claimant must b* sworn
r ':; will precede the open house. to and mu.t b. fll.d .. afnr.ld,
or .!.. .. '.
will bet'nmll vnld
(:._ 1
., / Lakeland Manor Is located at JOHN O.
< t" J' .f. ':
y' P ' '::: 110 N. Florida Ave. just Inside -iL i.ewutorNOTICE
I :
\j "
the limits and
city on a seven- TO CIIIIOITOIIII
1 1y a a half acre site It has been IN THIt COUNTY JUooe'ePOIKU

? .., .. .. developed by a group of Lakeland COUNTYNFLORIOA
w .. professional mm. Officers, tN RISE EslaTB bF
.. ,.... 'f'. .} in addition to Dr. Clark, are Dr CUIAN REFUGEE MOTHU IN SEA TRANSFER A Cub.* Lacy J. Sloan, akL, J. Slrna

:. ( . . . WInburn A. Shearouse, vice r.(''1M mH..", LHM! M.fli, eke .led ,I.." birth to bky To An (',..tltor. and p'fiont"H.

.. I. -" .. J'" ; I\, resident, and E, Snow MartinJr. aid! In is .p.n loot to.lr while Ik*)*! Cub, li lwr* l t* wltlt :tSlfaStalSS:: ::: !>emand. "aluSi

: ';'" '" ':. '' <, ., secretary-treasurer. U. S. Cit Gu.r4imn by *..."'." ., the Irltiih Meta notified:! and,'.r f 5rou :rt h r br
.., '" ".;.. ._' ,- .,. The building Is architecturally Trt,. alma. and 'J1 d.mand.* B u whlih I Uc.U all
unusual, Its Y-shape making It rave aialn.t the .. lacy rots J '
for "In.nk' /.. L. J. iiloJn",_........;
possible all rooms to have
Girl's First Few Hours I In the offlc. of Diehard A, :
CITRUS MEN, MIMIUS 0* CONGRESS CONFER fenotor Ch.rU. E. I.DKtH, D. R. (Illly/ ) M.ttkwt, A. Sid HrUn, Jm.iA. outside exposure. It will accommodate -! County Judie, a' his' "'" |In the

I,....,* 1t.1I.".| (**tJ cater) ). fl."..., lf to nsn(, hy Florid . H.Ie, .*. Dan Fuqu, Tile s**'"> mat I* WiMnrii recently M in-patients.Dr Court. Una..I.ndar'a& Harlow m".I.h.. Honda.

I Citrus Mutual' ulssuNvi vie* pratldW lob R.tl* |* **i when Rirtlcdg ..4 Hocks. c."f..... with FkrldVs C..I..I Clark Issued an invitationto Of Life Very Eventful "jssivf '.. which I. tr. .ira

H._, H...., pail _**|.. .( Hi. Fl.rld Cites CemmiiiioH.
Caerusma *rft po.t offlo. addr..
guided tours would be conducted .
Benita Mejias' first few hirts. "f tr claimant mu.t b. sworn
Two native species of bamboo by staff members throughout 10 and mu.t b. fll.d aa a for..
hours of life were probably as *id.
or 11.1! ...
*am will t
grow in the canebreaks of the Hoffa Conspiracy Trial Makes the afternoon wild as any she'll ever know. Ship Attracted i ./ KENNETH.om.Oold.T. SLOAN.OS'I ,

southeastern United States They She was born Wednesday to The Cubans attracted the attention K*.o torU3V19B3

make fine fishing poles. I the wife of a farmer fleeing of HMS Tartar, a 360- I NOTICII TO C"IOITO"

No In SelectionCHICAGO Adult Education Communist Cuba In an IS-foot foot English ship assigned to patrol I IN TH& COUNTY UOGa'l

Progress Jury wooden boat duty between the Bahamasand POIKUcoUNTYNFLOR'DA
the Florida Coast 1N RR:; RNTATE CuF
Association I Before the day was over, she : HELKMC TLTIVFR:

(AP) The $20 ants. Since the trial started Nflm- take the defense objections tthe I had been lifted in a sling from Edging alongside the huge I To All Cr. ltor. and....'. .
01 I the little boat to the lofty deckof ray hull, Andrea related Ms P.r.on. Hav
million fraud Inf &
conspiracytrial day 1(7 have of emand. Against
prospective Jurors sequestration Jurors un Elects Heidel eltaor
> a British frigate off Marathon problem. Immediately a stretcher aald a;
of James R. Hoffa and been dismissed for various rea i Tau. ....,.
der advisement. He has ordered 0' ,
Key and later lowered, in a duffel was lowered and up to the noiifi.d to fll* In odupll.inall
seven others moved into its sons.One a special panel of 300 venire-- BARTOVv Carl Heidel, Polk 1 bag, to a Coast Guard vessel Tartar's deck went Luisa. Right claim and demands which you
fourth day in U.S. District Court Dismissed men for the trial. County coordinator of adult off Miami. behind her went the new baby have H.l.n.against' th* ..tat of Loul.e

today with only three Jurors Four persons had been ten- Hoffa and seven other defendants -, education, has been elected Both Doing Well and the other refugees, and the nfflea! oTUrR"cnarA'Brown/n the,

selected. tatively selected as Jurors but are accused in a 28-count: presIdent of the Florida Adult ship headed for Miami Court County Mini.Judea, at hi* offlo. In Ih*
at Barlow. Florida.
Not a single juror was selected Indictment education Association for 1964 Today she and her mother
one, Mrs. Helen Cooper, yester- with obtaining the I within sis ral.ndar month from
yesterday for the trial of Hoffa, day asked to be dismissed. Mrs S20 million in loans from the I 65, it was announced today Luisa 30, were reported doing >April h* flail II, 1M4, wean I. th* dace of

president of the Teamsters Cooper, a librarian at the University -Teamsters pension fund and diverting The Florida Adult Education well in Jackson Memorial Hosutal. Workers Each rlalm publication or d.mand of this mu.t nolle.h. In

-Union- -- -,-and the_.--seven- -- codefend-. of Illinois Medical Center $1 million to their personal ., Association has approximately May r.writing.ld.m..*mu.t end po.t*tt*offlc.the pia address,.. of
told Judge Richard B. Austin use. Hoffa Is treasurer ol f 850 adult education teachers and Her father, Andrea 33, who of Ito claimant. mu.t b* sworn
the fund. delivered his own daughter, had U.S. to and mu.t b. fll.d an .for..Id.
she could not reach a fair principals throughout the Statef Boycott
.. ,
There Is NO SUBSTITUTE . loped she would be born in or .1. m. will bore void
,verdict in the case Judge Austin Other defendants are Benjamin Florida. EMMA O. flKHER

: for on-the-job experience after some questioning, dis- Dranow Minneapolis; Abe I. Heidel has been in the Adult America. But by a few hours JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP- P.Sal *..*outrl'.,
missed her Weinblatt, Miami she was a Cuban. "
BeachGeorleBurris ; i and Veterans Education Pro- The Communist-controlled navigation I NOTICt TO APPSAR
j I Mrs. Cooper, with two men and his son, Herbert,, grain for the past 15 years He Mejias, his wife and anotherlaughter and dockworkers union TOt A... ('...CRBhL: : ,
: and another woman tentatively both of New York; Samuel Hyman .'II a member of the National Marta, 12, set out with will boycott all American ships Tot ARM!"HKRKBrnNOTIFIEn
'named to the Jury, had spent Miami Beach; Calvir I Association Public School Adult five other Cubans from Matan- unless the U.S. 7th Fleet withdraws to fill your wrltl.n ...'.n.... if
Covens Miami Beach u. Tuesday night. The next any, on th. loth day of May, ISIS,
and I
I Tuesday night under the guard educators, Florida Education from the Indian Ocean to the Complaint I. aialn.t you
Luisa knew she
of federal marshals at a Chicago Zachary! Strate Jr., San Juan,. Association, and a charter mem.ber morning, was the Communist party newspaper In the Circuit Court of Pak duny -

PAUL VAUGHNCLERK hotel. P.R., formerly of New Orleans. of the Florida Correctional going before to the have refugees her ever second reached child Harlan Rakyat said today your, "Florida An.w.r by to a.rvlnc the Complaint a copy on of

Education Association.Heldel he Plaintiff attorn.y, Qlad.tnn
Attorneys for Hoffa argued The union urged President
safety. Land was more than 13 I U Kohlo... IIS North Magnolia.
OF CIRCUIT COURT ;that Mrs. Cooper dismissal was holds an AB Degree miles to the west at Marathon I Sukarno's government to takeover Av.nu. Orlando Florida and fll.
proof that a competent Jury in Luci Johnson I from Florida Southern College i all American firms In Indonesia he orlnlnal In th. office of tea
'N. ..1. A*h ky Akv* e.Midae.) I Key. {'I.rk oti.* Clroult Court which
'the case could not be selected and a Master's Degree from I The baby was born at 10:3t(0 I If the boycott threat nu. I. .ntltl.d n. O N.wton,
- unless Judge Austin's lockup order Florida State University. does not force U,S. warships out,. plaintiff ".. A. C Cra.l and Nadln
To Be QueenOf a,m. while Marta held her moth lr..l, hi. ."., d.f.nd.nu, Ch.n
was "..clnded.1I0ffa' Polk County's last FAE era hand and Dolores Espln Ramos :' of the Indian Ocean which Su- o.ry No .am bang

Ntee1 care f* fay girls? chief counsel, Maurice President was the late Harry B'. IS, helped Mejlaa with th e karno has renamed the Indoneslan a log suit th*to' .113-1..1 rlq.d' '..property. co....

J. Walsh moved for a mistrIal: Festival Mullon In 1954 delivery The mother lay. on i 5 Ocean. .In rl Polk Ida lnfy. lAfWoOD Klorid.t JIUBDrVt.8ION .

tt on the grounds that the juron I Unit fl .. ear map or
VYLet.ib,10 "obviously are frustrated under, WINCHESTER, Va. AP- Flat': '}.:*:: .ef" In tft*
Folk County,
It Tb. Man T. Seo the surveillance of one night by Luc Balnea Johnson Is crowned Jim-Ida' .
the marshals"Mother of ih.rwl. a I), ... Pro ronf.xqllur.
the Shenandoah
AT queen Apple
.111 b. .nlo," gAlnst' you for
Hoffa attorney Blossom Festival today and '. to app.ar. pines an.w.r
ACCEPTANCECORPORATION Charles Bellows, said, "It does asked to offer her prayers fora aa i WITNTfH r.iiilr.ri by law h.r.ln and.efrlcl.lseal

not seem humane to lock upjuror. bountiful harvest i thl. 'tlaaontI April, A. D.

for four or five months The 16-year-old daughter of I> .
S'EAUD-M IL04.' JR". Clark
OP FLORIDA as if they were common criminals. the President, surrounded by a (
fF By Vivian A. Purvl.,
COMPARE TMeS* LOW LOW PAYMfNTSuoo court of princesses, maids of D< '
Announced honor and a military escort was ai.d.ton I* Kohln.
CASH 71 CASN 11 cA311 12 Lockup Policy Altorn.y for Plaintiff
iNw eeaeb iNw MS l5$ iw iw aNsdeo.oo to take the oath before an expected lit North Mmnolla Av.nu
$32 40070 t2SCO I150.SS 115,00 Judge Austin, who announced crowd of thousand.. Orlando, Florida.
hi. lockup policy during the first 11,174
tisoo \isott rlloo 11003) 110 Festival officials were praying, .
day of the trial, denied motionsfor NOTlCa OF SALa
Convenient f.rlufta Y mistrial and motions for too, for a break In the rainy TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN!
LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS Ok fOR OTHtlPttlOOS ease f. WHAITON weather. You ar. h.r.hy notin.d that th*
*r* MM M* trt TM* separate trials for each defendant following motor v.hlrl "ll
Ape COMPAIAILS The coronation on Plymouth I dr. Savoy H17mm
I DAY IltVtCI which each defense counsel ceremony
217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-316t had presented. I the: stately columned steps of will AM b.o'.old, Itxk at on publlo the ash Ith* at day'ID:DO"

Handley High School I. the highlight May, 1..4. at III loath ".nlurk,
Bellows said the locking
up e Av.au.. Lakeland. Florida, "h.
festival in
of the
- practice "is restricting the possible three-day e pror.d of th. .a''. will b. .p.
Jurors to a small segmentof this apple growing capital Ull.d to the payment ot th. coat of
r.t.kln. .torlnt and ale of nail
the population, mainly housewives With State Sen. Harry F. Byrd J r I III motor v.hlol and the ro.t of pun.llcatlon .

Local Unions 915 & 824, and persons with unim- Jr as her escort, Lucl will e to lh. aatlxfactlon of nntli. of of ml.'th.and balanr.1ua th.".

portant Jobs" Another defense kneel on a pillow to receive the q0 und.r the contrast with C, O.
counsel argued that the Jurors crown from Gen. Curtis LeMay, Money and Dorothy Mnn.", P. O.
I.B.E.W. Hog 44. Polk City, Klo'ld.. eons
would become "irritated at their '!Air Force chief of staff Her Inc the flnanrlnr of said motor
long imprisonment." oath includes a promise to govern 4 v.hlcl.. Any .urplu will b. pall to
you, and you will r.maln liable
I The three tentative Juror., selected her domain with prudenceand for any balanre remaining unpaid
POLK COUNTY und.r said contract.
than 170
from more -
prospective at.d thl. 17th day of April,
Jurors who were dismissed A. "Shenandoah XXXVII, fair U". :
POLITICAL COMMITTEE are still subject to preemptory queen of apple blossom" Luci AMOrTATF I'ORPOHAI: ; DISCOUNT!!

challenges by the government win reign over parades, square By H. U JAMERSO11G51n.rlll. :

and defense attorneys dances, folk singing and receptions 4 11..n ., Florida
ENDORSES for the ,next two days .
i_Judge us.tln.ld he .would NOTIce OFAlt
You era b..h" "otlll..d that the
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION- rnll..lnl motor .hlrl.t 1012

W. W. READ Vote for and SupportL. I RACY BORN AT SEA HELD IY REFUGES- FATHER -Cukn rfuf.. Antlras M..,.. heUt kit, will Plymouth, b* .old t dr at publlo Kavoy .is BjrJUTHMIIJ at ID,00

erring ..by duhr.r that wi born In *n apes lest et ... .. Hi* family was tU.Inf CommunlttCub A.M. o'.'loik nn th. Sib day ofHay

SHERIFF H. P. (PAT) GORDON *. They were amore |r*.p *f 10 picked) tip by the Irlrlth frl'** Tea. which brv*> Mom *,*.i.at.lit. ..,Koutn rinrlda.K.ntu Th kyv.nu *

I Mr Miami lck wh.r. th., wore t.4 t t. a .U. S. Calf Guard .*.t. At right' I. ..."' .... ....... of th. ,!. will b. *.p.pll. >
l.d to bas paymrnt, *f th. ro.t of.uklni
STATE SENATOR QUILLIAN S. YANCEY till Mr! P*..r Mrn. (AP Wlr.al.ot.) storing and .al. ef Bald
I motor y.hlci. and th. clot ef pub
REPRESENTATIVE 1- 1I.Uon 0' nail'. or al and than
STATE EASY SALE In the .atl.f.ctlon of the balani. .
Wallace Citrus Will Be Geneva due under th* contract with I O.
Group No. 3 Storey FORT WORTH, Tex. un Money, I'. O. Hoc 44. POUt I'If.Kla ,

No. 2 Quitfman Quinn Homebuilder J. B. Nelson sold a and Porothy Mon.y... P. O.
Group Rot 44. Poll City, eov.rini
(Trade Subject In Fall house he built in White Lake th. financing of add motor v.-
COUNTY COMMISSION l iris' Any surplus will h. paid.ll
Hills without even showing the vou, and will remain *
DISTRICT No. 1 J. H. KEGLEY I Citrus will not come up for porting nation, as it sells less prospective owners through It. under for any sail h.fa"contract... r.malning unpaid

JAMES J. MUSSO general agreement on Trade than two per cent of Its citrus noted thl. 17th day of April
DISTRICT No. 3 Tariffs and negotiations in Geneva abroad plus a small and dwlnd I A couple called him and admitted n...

DISTRICT No. S AlDINE COMBEE until the autumn, Christian ling amount to Canada In contrast they had "broken in" to AMOTIATFM('OR PORATIONayi : niSCOUNT

I A. Herter the President's major foreign citrus nations -the closed house by entering H. I. ERlnOal..u.III. !\'
BOARD OF PUBLIC It. Special Representative for Trade export more than 50 per through a window. They liked It, 11-./T .

DISTRICT No. 1 DORA COX PHILLIPS _A- Negotiations, announced yester- cent of their crop. they reported, and wanted to IN TNt CIRCUITIOURT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFTOF

DISTRICT No. 4 R. U BRUMBAUGH day, As a result, it was pointed out make arrangements to buy it.LS.OAU TSNTH FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
i A spokesman for Florida Citrus to Herter, the American producer OLK COUNTYf IN CMANCSJRVll
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK W. CLARK STONE W.Illes" DunsonTo Mutual commented this does had nothing to gain froma ADVSRTISSMtNT Ixx.k.1/ II

not represent any postponementbut tariff reduction and a great EAST RrvrR"Av"\a.. RANK. i

TAX ASSESSOR RALPH J. ROSSI The Voters of Polk County only the order of business deal to lose. Herter expressed NOTICE THI COUNTY TO CRIDITOMSIM JUDOS' a Corporation...... Plaintiff )>

STARK F. GINN, JR. at the trade conferences which special Interest in this facet of COURT' IN AND' FOR" RONALD A. MF8HFVOFR: )

TAX COLlECTOR 3'/2 years ego, you elected" me" as your County will start very soon. the problem, as presented by II POLK.: JI:.I.IO COUNTY of FLORIDAIn > B/k/a and KAY RONALD K. MKHMFNOFR.MFHHKM1F.R: : : >)

CONSTABLE Commissioner from District 3. I Herter was in conference yesterday Florida Citrus Mutual. K. J. MADER, ( hi. wlf.. DOUDH HlOPtR.' )
Efficient Intelligent Ad. with a delegation Earlier Sen. Halland had iMiMMd > TIFS' INC' a Florida )
No 3 ED WUHAN I promised) Honest rep- curpor.ll: .'.""an.* 1 I
DISTRICT ministration resenting the U. S. citrus Industry spoken on the floor of the Senate To All fr.rtltor and Prnoni liny NOTICE OF BALI

DISTRICT No. 5 MORRIS COMBEE I hart kept that Faith. which expressed Its fears of saying that any tariff reduction bull Ing riilmi I'.t*10: or IXramnd. Ag.loil .u i.nt V "to. la a h.r.hy final o alvrn'r.*that of ,fur.pur

I proud of My Record as your County Com the harm that would be doneto would have severe adverse You and .p" of you, .r. h SUPERVISOR CF REGISTRATION am the domestic citrus industry effect. on the U.S. citrus nnilfl.4 to III. In dupllr.t. .11 ran. In I h. missioner.I rUlrn. tail d.mnd hlrlyou ,..f tonnty. Florida. I will railtb.
BLANCHE WORK continue Honest Progressive Efficient with low-cost: competition from industry and could bring about h.v. Mln.t the ..,.l* of K.MADKH J, prop.rlr altuat. In Polk Coun
promise to d.t.li.il In th. , Florida, d.wrllnd .
abroad if a threatened reduce its total I destruction II
: I\\
Administration.On uflK of Richard A Vnntr. Lot II. Blwk R: $ ". Lak.. .-
CRIMINAL COURT CLERK solicit tion or elimination of tariffs at At the same time, Herlongtold Count? Judo, .t hi. office In Iha land Addition, l.. k.land, tor-
HASLETT My Record, I respectfully your vote and U. S. ports is invoked. The the House that he concurred Court Hon. >t Harlow, Florid Ida according to plat ih.raof
ROBERT J. "BOB" support for Re-Election. within .Is! rtl.nd.r month 5,0,0 '...ord'd In Plat.. Book t. Pass
delegation was headed by Flea "wholeheartedly with the April It IM4, which I. tr.Ih. don 0' 130, of th. Pibllr Records of
STATE ATTORNEY EDWARD FLOOD Sincerely, ida's Sen. Spessard L. Holland position taken by this tremendously tint publlr.iion of this nolle Polk County, florid.
Each claim or demand mu.t b. I Iwrlllni I" ,It Dublin .I.. to the hlh..t and
SENATOR-BRAILEY ODHAM L. W. "Les" Dunson and Rep. Syd HerlongU. Important Industry." mute .Mil Ilia place 0' I hart, blddrr for rah at th* SoIh,,
UNITED STATES S. Not Exporter Herlong called for printing of a rilo.( offlc. . I If* claimant, must b..worn ,r'ourthoua.In Barlow, Horlda, b.
GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS Candidate for County CommissionerDistrict In their presentation to fierier brief by Mutual expressing the la ants muni ... fll.d .. afor.uld' I,..... 11'00 A,M andI//) F )l, ')n
the delegates placed special Florida citrus industry's position 0' .1.0 Mm will b com. void, the I Hh day "f Mav A. r' ,IMi.

All UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES 3 emphasis on the fact that the in the Congressional Rec tVtLTN t. JMDFREitoutrls.: . (I IEAWClark, Circuit Court
N. I.. M .... C..Ie" ....*. ., L. W. ..L.." euara : .
,United States is not a citrus ex cm C."


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BUilDING TRADES Werk Sole-Misc.: inltiir 4 ;! Automobiles For Sale 129 Furnished Apartments 130 f.rnl.hid Houses
CLASSIFIED I'' Help Wanted Female 58 Wanted 97 ArtIcles For J 0 ApplIenciOEPMIOORATO5I. 16 I

ADVERTISINGRATES 14 Building Carpsntirinj; ., H I M Ihoatara. .55 two daB. sir. boo.I 254 BLOCK from wllna. LJ'Ina FURNISHED FIVE room houaa.
tRACTOR WORK wanted Main ODKO TV, from II* .p Ou.ranteed .A (ADIuC. with dlnissroa.bodr5050. aaaural aeatlni and air eondltioa-
ai.. At I .. h... 51590. roam kltahaa
NEED MONEY and diarlnt haw aauipmanQuick I so ftnaaot Worn. air oo.dltn.
Call MU I-OIJ1I Ins tot rant by day week
ROOFING WINDOWS alumlnuiudini _..... Call for frea eat. trade-ini accepted Admiral" Sal*. moses ,. aipar I nood conaluoa. I) bibs Hunter MU b.l. ..on MU 14004.bEDROOM. I
DOr...... ,.psin.. altara bolster the ? matM Prod I ,...... MOo 3LIOHT I S. Millet. MU B-3IH Peaaecre aanwa. Baa .(a* aiaerl appllaaaaa Drl, a "IJI. u
m PV T, lone M ..nlll. la par 1-1:i to budget i 404 N wabaib. raur KalflnaMr Sad I Ml two fou,.. A.I I ICHEVNOLIT THREE ROOMS and Beta newlydeearatad TWO Florida rnl
CARPENTERINO a I Ipalntini SI TV-Ap, nicely furalahed Win I badroaal .... ..
Minimum II Worda ,Contraotina Company Inanred 4 or S hours s day will brln I Nona dealer Kits Doe . *5450.shslOosli .
'. .
ona MO a.13U A. Slmajarin .. Work br Job er 50151 AUTO OLA8B end 450monalr', .. Mea. aukuradala Hd bIllow, .3331 ellen dos faa Off stroll nrklet 11C.m..rl.nd. Mel Rudy. 1131 B ".lorla..-
Minimum Income. MU 3-2100 aria rnitalled Par free eiUmaUll
Chorgo-$1 m. MO S-aoss P Eiau you a good nIl Cliff Ward 111 North Moost MU tllTIVACUUM op._ _ _ 4107THKEE.
Words Dips Data B... D... WANT CARPENTERINO work I ..
MO 5OCIS5000TIPUL CLEANERa raaajaduwnad >. J atatlon waaon ISo BLOCKS from Two ROOM ar afflclanoy Buat .
I I : ;'vi 21 Write AVON MANAGER pill 005091,0 no reaAOnabl' new 'Mult, with air. 1991 Cha rol.l ...00. bedroom llrlnr yaom dlnlni door Cl oasis d aaay. SIS Cra.taua .
I.U $1 011 .3.0 S35 Roofing ......I! No Job too email "l-IJ l' HAWAIIAN prlalei Slealria. 3111 Cleaalaal Ion Ford P00 onP110bule. IM7Dodia room I.r.k'lbo.' Mreen porch MU S1SOSBOUTHOATS ,.
1.2G Ig 320 mO Itlg P.O. Box 1395 .- luit Oils per yard Dura ACotton 0'11' 1M7 Maroon 4 and tr
400 5 CHRISTIAN MOTHER boom chll MO 5.001SAVE fon. I -
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ROOFING DEPENDABLE workmsssfllp prlnu' at II and manathm IOU Oldimoblt. MU AREA I.. del .
e.JO PlO 4,0 uP PIGCLAPIIFIID dos In hep home Feared vanLaraa l00r. b.rdt. 31.fOUR
Baiy paymanta Me: or .< Monad prlcee Wail-t.. nth air all pawn. 905.. .anr homaa S-3 Iroo".. air coitionad. .
SPACE: UTIle 0mB.. Lumber Company la 1 can 682-4137 plarraom Raaianabla rat Wsll curIoS 5, .... russ Out uspsersI005n nora. Low aa IAO U ran..a lalUdit ROOMS laraaa apartmentBeraeaed . .. Oar
1391 per .Iomo Inch W Main' MU S.3141. 'hono 954,4063. d odo.d PnOOSI, .toe' 25 to 50* so,. .1. '(... toy aa W. porch, 01 atraat park ".Itr. 696-4031
.CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATS Lakeland YOUNG MAN with altrua deandeiirei included, Candy 8IrI.... NynlTwevda on inanrt Ollta BAM Orara BtampaJValdrupa Ina 110 month II "" BalmarStreet LAKE attractively
ALL TYPES residential ... f orIlsb.d
__ 19 30 par aaluran Inch ar amplormant la citrv I and SOS DuPuat Bl.La. lupar Aul larflaajuoo [ : :
... llama awimmine
roofs repaired replacedMcCoy
Contract Rites UPOn Vaunt lai a lloofind and Sheet or Situ rXPSRllNCID S I C R S TAR 'I- production Hai anpatleac* IIi I Chord tundari O C Mara HIM BADCCX'SR.Bult Wait N.morlo Bl,4. ONE BEDROOM aleeplna porch' 1 ,and:; .. ITSClark .
lertlliaer lain Tint alee aelahborhood
ihorthand and .inimical 1.ln,i seororueibe 4 Fabrtra. Dado City Hwy tl UlIM floor ..
WANT AD DEADLINE IMA Weal OHM. MO S 3133 required Florida C trua Commit. Writ lao M.99]. Lakeland LadiMU ,. .' sInk of Inlemtna 4cCoTHESUM 117 AutomwbilM Wanted) Near ihopplni PattfraonOPPOSITE center, Unulra 701Weil .031.

/ALL TYPES molts repaired. ii," 100. MU tin. Peraonnel Di .ftIIIAT : -POSTS treatllredwred Furitur MIAMI OWNER berG to riot 0'

PublcaliWO'O AOS ...iced Repalra, soars otsod S. parlmenlWANTED : -DLPEND5LI ODIoNd Silt I I and 3" .nmpleialiareidad I -1.1- . SHUPFLEBOARD .eU laaulre 111 McDonald or 523
5. 05Model.
55ANTID sir .
C M*" Hoot"lt Co. 6H6-6I3I .. CAI Lower 3 roomi and Florida room.AdulU hat Lezlaitoa
D. Deadline ? : PART limo aecrataraia 1; Would Ilk. to h... Inul.1 255I I at crauarai Will llvlna raom kultaaPrwad 73S tail Oraaia MUTJPPTR
Monday 1100AM Saturday I IL pu of roollni ; d"rara .. Only. IS.M. Shorthand loll I or dICOWOC k. J-B U aoaka N e and I LI pairHomo .Law Col 1-311 2.1023. 1 THREE BEDROOMS. W.II.
Tueidar 4 30 P M Monday P. Reasonable Hcenaad Praiitlmauti .I ipIOe' rraulred. Apply 217 Bout I SPECIAL PA1NTINO' " price. Won "soe tMHOI. > $8995 and PAY CASH for plekup truck or TWO bedroomi i jloaata. Screened .

Wadnaiday. 4 30 P M TuaidarThuriday . MU 3-Jloi. Florida Avenue. Friday May 1.1lstWO ttlm ca. lIsa interior sort. W.oo' ManufacturingAUCTION up. ear HI) 3.5054.CAin esd.r01. aiodaU Plaaaa .a entnnre od bath ;'rlt"\f araaa apartment ... lie anExcellent .
.. .
a 4 II'" LumP or imall jobi Work .uar. Par apaataeutar .101 trOi001s'iIibdir.06l3 Sauutilda LocationM3O3I3

4 30 P M WednaidayFriday 24 Plaster Stucco ,rto.d.Coil 03.35ll: ateninai'oLORED U tied (.\" IN a Ilium,. air or pickup 0 3u'h T.Dn. .

4 30 P. M ThuridaySaturday 54 Help Wanted, MoleTHERE t WOMAN would Ilk; Startles May 4th Auction every VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed 'SI Sill 0'Copied.ldsr.. Ca.. "Ud jii rooai iaka

12 00 Noon PrldafSunday PLASTERINO PATCHING Belcelllnie .hras dare work Mondar. '1'..... Friday and Mon. Nites . Sirius 1 Lake Morton Area
TSIINI1'I: AND Pest .nl.l'ol silos.man. .. FrItr WE PAY IIS Junk cat 111 Laka Morton
up Aduil. Qul.
430 PM Friday Altaratloni and addltlonifree d.. .nd n.rod. II pee boon a
.. 00 55dm 05 b.I.ul. Bru... 052.3050. 7:30 P.M. truckal pick .a Tanke i-4aj4. nicely turnlihed twa S.d.
Tolon )
tetlmetee ii 4. Jeff
Torml,,". 22. N.. AubonodslsH We buy ar eell Iron Metal Ine IS3.3117. AIR CONDITIONED alolf furnl C&AI. duples Separata alnla
Monday 00 AM SaturdayTueiday MU I. aJl. .. HOME TYPINO aorraipondeiiddreailni .. lo In Mulberry -
1200 Noon MondayWednaaday 59.5 . atanclla alt One II JIMMY WALKER'S PAY osob foe .1.D .o.r >had thraa , lavlaai yaa make will man .n ,Millar. 121 Bouto handy t aolleaa. ... church
S ONE man la Polk Coun 100. Call Mtl 54025.KELP T. 'n 0' old. 14405.CASH ".Cr". A anua .
800 P. M Monday 10 p wa need. Who his to b irs aiicorne ; AUCTION CENTER I. pup far yoar time tad tip : MU V409ICLOWE ... downtown ale .dul at pata.IIS .
Thunday BUSINESS SERVICE III in aiceu 0l'iustsli-. CHILDREN anr aia in m, S3M 0 O Bait MulberryW.S.BADCOCKCORP. DOWNTOWN par month .
I 00 P. M Tueidar 'no". He. '. I nan about 31arrlad homa. Releraiicaa Anr houra 113.' FOR YOUR CAR I ,Twwlaraarooma.
114 waak DUIItlaa
USIQ FURNITURE and spIll. paid MU S-3063
Friday. S 00 P M Wednesday and a reipectad eltlaen 51this 8637 apholitarlni Buy .. 913 South New York. M3-403H. 1
30 Parlors lOrOo .
Saturday 19 00 Noon rhInOs Beauty community Ifs's neat aparlni 'COLORID: 01RL .nto bsby.olltllll i. H M Beream "0 ..Ia. Peadarrla an.I. will
. with, a dooms to be In, 111I' rrsulur .or' Call \ kur your .a III claaa MODERN DUPLIX. Thre rusosloc'brlo TWO BEDROOM tvrnlebed houaa
Sunday S 00 P. M Thuriday CLARA BEAUTY Salon compiotibPt I jilneie for hlmialf a man frw, MV .U8I or North at oibeoaiaMl Mull tiara isO ". ... bltrbo. 055 mohlhlp no LA .. ahady ,. ReaaoBablaadulta -

The Lod.., will sot .. ra- ...r epanilbla for mora than aaa nolonici. permanenla Oak AirenuiKathleen I sort can produca The man w. JUNIOR WEST all laapalntini s000lnomd 191 lateil ..od.1 .t. HauratI NEWLY DECORATED torso ...-
Incorrect" iniartwa in I Clara Oarlaod' Mt I nnl hae aoma baala lelllniivkaround ssrormn. housowsalulnO sod, new luerantee. Tike over ... .I- ,. P.1... rooms. nodam furnltura .78. .
Phona I \Jall.I .o NICELY FURNISHED houea 51.0.Uric
MU nolosses" < ntll I
b. or connderabla pub Corp I location Handr Saaritowv
THE LAKELAND LEDGER 3 0070 m.nt. SI.elolu. 1118 HIGH?
MU 5.3700. 734 Cr..nlDrl.
tr contact e pirlence. If Ibis ro- Off All Day WednaadayOv pmi Phona kltb.n. C.rlre. W..hID
TELEPHONE REPAIIU ON oJl ..ka 'isrnflmoUeroandorns .Jlrement fits you call Mr Ru.. ve. Lakeland Florida 'PAPP BEW1NO machine. Ilk* aaeecteu itorei eervlniFlorida I3MCOTTAOR. OD"'r. b..plll ,8' .. p 13
ii ...''n.. Peso .sthrnste .ell 6811119 for an appointment PAINTIHOAND carpanur work, n.w. only wed for repair work Pandanla' a..lo will pay 1 3S30.

.oneepulr. O.bl. Auto eitlmeUi. iallnfartlnn .' 144 Ookhlll stOolS_ _ _ 1 Lakeland AMaciata Start raur ISIs 0 aid .. THREE room. laria
MU Teo luarntaed fOR tosS OalbooapRood.
6-1151 HOV" OD
11I"1". 20' North Plolds 1.P0000 I PEOTAURANT D.'A lout short. . Contact MU I.42M THIRTY II ..Uoo.alail opea tipis'uml sit Na Florida Lee."lodrirs las home la .. yen ..afford eloaata. ..._nod porch tlaanconvanlant .; Call 04371.
MD 1-41301. or denos":. ioms msnss.'on Also S l llon rardboardiiKketa win Treat Tan Rislit"OVOACOAINI Sat Mr: atuaeallPENDARV1S I.Uon. It..o.b. I
bSOnlsdle Ion driyo-in. Hard and leada. Call MO 114 John"D. 01SOOTHSIDt FOR RENT furnlahad black horn.
Soar noun iteidy lob Ion I .....
two r. room.
ANNOUNCEMENTS 36 Lownmowsrs & Service rI.h' perion ref...nc.. required FINANCIALi2 2-ale and e..II, and rebuilt NEAR ...1.... two kitchen. aew modern furnlihlnawall .
Call MU s.IBS* before I 30 a m. AUTOMATIC WASHER Itt SI_ .u..o.t .3 badrooma lit baUu acrwncd ta .
otOROE 8 LAWN mower rrpalBladei Iniresi.. relriaerator. W iOrrathouia l0 Pros In.lol.II.. AlWaysLsb.iindo front parrh. taraaa. Watar '.. wither. .1 C.PI. .u.m.1
FIRST i.A8ii"Tr'iir'k: and tnctol new elaaad .I.hbbO. .
4 Lost and Found ; nlihad MU I 9438.
,. hOrses iharpenad Crihill 62 ... Opportunities MU I 4391ELBCTKOLUX achool and . c."I. $130
pood TV I3MAuburndale
full time
mechanic TV al Nlla Qat
. itralihtened' 111 Boulha VACUUM CHEROLE par month. MU .-.7..
Call Halnaa CIty HA 3-36S7 altaiI cleaner Road Open till 100m
YOUNO SIAMESE r.t lost Prl.. Avenue MU sal 1944. pmork CHOICE BUSINESS and Inoomiipertlaa nhei. IronIng board. blanktuiKilleneoui MP I.SI7I 31 D YOU WAN CLEAN -aL lurnlihed fl..
day Tlclnlty MprsleiIds I ? Mel Rudy. LMLA. IUm 114 Eait room ., Lake 505105.so .
Drlva. kIssers to n.m. .d.m. 37 Mattress RensyatlnfATTRESS WAIIT"D boO: F.XPERIENCED Apply Civil hInt Ben.oIfltSJ1ol Realtor 1137 E. Memorial Blvd Main John TourUt Furs.7T0V1 hOIST PIECE Cherry. Mahoianr 120 Farm Implements I 51e0 four roam fuealoh.d .'. pale MO S.4813.
snd mon.
. .
MOO Of Muani Reword NO a. MU 1-4107 mini room .ul. I9 9 7t mantt I hava twa la a tood -
171& yl. FOR Oslo. load condition EATON PARK lane two bedroom .
RENOVATINO I.OupservIcs ::- FORD TRACTOR Blah lift and OUOD. oloia 1 builnaia Seretried carport. As.ropt
ATTENTION MEN W. hnni UI 8e'-17711. Florida room *
LOST: 1 CHIHUAHUA: puppbrow.;, trench hoe. I ood condition Cherolet ,. porch and .o.... Mica Call
Ace Uattreai Company ipenlnn for 2 menIiperlenced Coperlrorosillifu WANTED TO BUY WE BUY child MO t 1076
female. Vicinity Saddle Creek UKI' Phone MI I-OM1 I urniturisu d opplI500ss.ellI 20" BOTTLE lai ranaa. 131 dump truck Ford holit I .m.1
) Reward MU S 0477 b. 5.111101. For poroon.1 in.lprrls. 5.511 mo..... 17 10 and 120 truck. 3M9 Broadway. Lakeland HARRY HALDEN .o EAST Parker. arroaa IrO.
Polk County U.8lorlll Cryitel Lakt. III CB twa bedroom ...r.Pr.
: i'F.PARTn.n shepherd 43 Ripolrs nil .8e.I801 5 to 10 sm I SELL 111 South Tana. A... M 13IMBOUTHOATE .t.D. wuh room ...he.
puppy. 41 monthi old. Collar no Liquor license: JI2 TRADE 121 Mobllt Homes Open by 10th SM
I.... Reward Call 96611 full 11x23 100% con .m..1 3514 ero.do.
IUMMER BPECIAL 14 IS Lot u. ahoa uleimin. IACRIPcE. TWO r.
0,1olcorp. ,
POUND PRESCRIPTION iun. hack p oiunsifcon 011100sF. wejbrlcata time and parl time. Write Box M-271 l.m.n' G-O-O-D howar first floor larata tinclancr THREE BEDROOM all electric

....... on 11,1'''''' Road Cat! clean rep aca filler Wt yard man full Una. Lakeland Ledger I ibOO.orl.ln.U 1' ,. 8 old per yard Mull. have now 10 11 30 30 WIVES Llnani. utintiaa l parkini I. across Pr.h. will silt Ilka ran.

MU "3.5131 after 4pm c.riois II other Bervlca appllancei Company. Donppllanca Liberal benefit plan Includlnalavinaa ca.h. Writ' Box P.J9S. LakelandLedacr USED MOBILE BOi. INSURANCE Retlrad .kuilnauman. H2BI4IO Also r. .1.r".o'. si:2-

FOUND CUE Beaall: Owner and retirement I>I.n. paid, I STORAGE .PART A R A 0 t APAIIT.INT. Ibm 3IJS
IBS 3B41Wslls
hone EJEACO. INC. Excellent: location
MU dlacountprivlletei block from monthrear .
Identify and pay for ad Call vacation. Immediate !
S-OOKI after 4pmLOST for I.... In Auburndala area on. L.k.l.nd' Loweil PrInce FURNIURE DEE'SMOBILE oU.d. hl, la ..I 313, 131 For Rent Mlicillaneou
49 Pvmps fhway R9 Paid, tralnini' avallble NO DOWN PAYMENT South LaSs A>aSPACIOUS .
LARGE male Realnolnt 81-I ConlsebMRS. Contact R. A. All&h.lm.r.8Ra.7 Prom 1)0 to 1110EZ

5,losers 1. Reward 916 Weitover LET MONTOOMERY Ward drill A. CUVLm 1I. WARNOCK FURNITURE HOMES THREE room duDleielaaa TWO BEDROOM pnbnoto i iFurnuhed
MU '.70 I. Perionnel ManaalrMONTGOMERY Monthly Payments PS puss P a>ara and WardaShopplna lot 3 tr.lo.. OeuM
well and your .to TRAILER 34 .
pour 005ts's.Sin
sub.,. Cp to 31 monlbe w Pay WARDS acree New\o-;;.. I trallerauallfy LInoleum russ . 13 16 I S4I N. ".bu MTJ S9891TRAILER Adulta '2 Bait ....Ph... MU 3..3.
5 Personal Notice none MU I-HOJ U>2. tool Mtmorlal Blvd Orleoll, limIt. 525 000. 1/3 lips. 111980 3-placa Solos & Applanc ExchangeMU tM.

down. O.Drr CY ,2"J78. WlnlorH..n. room aullcia . . . HIM 2- Lakeland SALES raniali laiur. IN DIXIELAND ideal for .u..I..
BUY SELL. OslO toola: luni and 130..30No Slturdiyl 1... 12110 Box blIss orInnariprlni .DC.. ... .to. auppllaa la. Cull MU I.e. 0' STY 5-0101. 133 Msbllo Hornet
portlna ....d.. Dial MU 3.4396 IAPI DRIVSII8 ... 2S 10 .11 mop m.lr. . HIM 302 E. Memorial Blvd. sosrod. bonded and ..Uo.o
EMPLOYMENT for / badroom . 312 SOUTH Iowa Cloaa In TwoaparUnanta
Ion lit mite Cul b.rsuhh Hardware 110 000 I JO 000-IS 000lability l"d I'D.prlon. Jacki I. MODERN furauhad _
Ininranca for aa low aa2B $8' 3 sos. rooma sack CAr lou
LoTs' SUP Cover Shop 306 $91 PER WEEK a year. BR.93 Pinnae for ... R... |4I 50 I.pltc* lniU 8 104 Gas, on FM! u .13 :WIth pn.ata bata air conditioned Dn.. Oood' Bua.IIOI1S ..

Ch..tnul 0usd. 11"-807' Draperlea .' S2 Help Wonted STARTING PAY 101d.nla without Iniuranca Benlorrivere sit ... .. lit Mood 1.0 LOT, '11'. wIlt. .. houllrll.r.. alio garaiaREDECORATED ditiona .OUIIM .mlhod..
bedapraada. allp aoiaralaini Aiilin CbS I with ea"r tiled TV'. . 141 8 ROPANC OAS for cooking heal.Pf .. rm roof Workihop oa lot ONE .kl' 133.n.NICI
AU'I.I'I.n ewne. eorDlrn AUTO BODYMAN. Spray paint los work Dlone 1.0 promo. I pop plant I Harvey.smith .. Now 3 HP 91" power mower hot water. .Irritation. Iua$4000. Phona Bar taw porch Cool and .brom.. TWO bedroom trailer. hahtawater ,
snob s : CI.
TOO and Installation Hun .ro and painter 5 helperi Apply h... Imm.dl.1o .13 South Florida Avenue phona now . . $4900 trial uaa Call III.3IIS. 1" 1:1.207.: down town AdulU Phona MU .- furnlihed Laundry faalltie. .
drade of eamplee' to choo a from In persons I Econo Auto PalntlnaOS . .n wa Lak.I.Dd Ion "." .rrl.d lyon.ins. .16.9191. Oood Used itovee and refnaaratora aerial Oaa ... lOss FOR SALE, All aluminum trailer 1731BIAUTlrUL. ... Bus Una 310

CHRISTIAN 0UR1I50 hone" Wait Silo Lake and. Florida. 'nb between ale 1399 and"40 8MAU. 'NVUTMENT opporlu. ... 14110 UP Aubu.d.t BUhwar and awnlni furnlihed o tinfurnlahed pad North Florida SIS 1011

.ipan Spaclal' attention el.en to No experience, : tralnlnfurntihed nit'. on. 01 lhs hl.h..t 5uaroo. 1,1. orall paint II 91 aalloa Make affer. Bee Charapllaat UPTIR. ana EATON PARK aia bedroom
thi. naeda of each patient. MC Phona .J.841)11 for tied rotuns.ins Ilubi. tsdsp. No Alo I.. alock of Plumblni. and 105 J.w.lr John. TourUt Park !room fin,r 907 Palmola Drl.a Oommef.Attic near 1'.10. Bath Ltlhta furalahad

1.1211 MA City EmploymentMALE ntorvlew. Sim. till T P m. II.k. trrlto '.0. Eon 2324, L.k.. ardwaraPOLY. JkTE MODEL 30 wide mobile Laka Holnl.rl CeO altar week or 130 monthly las

IHIRLEY'II rLOWSR sod HobbyShop. I.nd. FOAM RUBBER wa VAT ...b. dlamanda. told homa Three bedroome. m bath 3 30. .e-1111. ion

3340 South Plorlda Com. OUTLET olna old lold plaunum. ill.er. with or without lot. Oood tor....
Plela Una ol millSo.rysoppiiea. : Experienced fence salesman w. C It APT Stool Nalaan Jewelry. hoC South Plar- MU 3-4141 I'PClIICY.: UTILITIES furnlih 134 Mebllo Homo tots
fnm. latcrlalaIUSTOM Butcher. Carpenter's helper and estimator. Liberal bene WI TOP Ia I Wltold.
Used Purnliura 7051 .n. 9 95JOPACINO I
MADE drapei bed TO HEALTHBY Oo AppllanceeCALL 0 lyOn.. .. ... SHADT .hul.bo.rd. moil_
.preada and allpcpvere. Free a.. Sheet metal man. Station -fit plan including savings MU 32044 107 Plumbing SuppllMontgomery 0 mull,. .3 mODlhl 500. LAKE '.rk. loOslp pew era '. LOT.. ....
tmatee In your home. Eaiy termt attendanta.FEMALE and retirement plan, paid D 681 1397Bt larie four room Ills beta tarrauo ihowera and laundry 0_
C.II: Mil Burne Sg .SBBS. TWO bedroom Great Laos1O'o45' porch pier. beach orb. tel trallera mIles Bait ..a.h.n. .
vacations immediate discount -TAVERN. llvlnt euarten Two MartU Wad Plot floor, Adults, t-4)734 Thr
Polk Trading III
aluminum Air _
TRADING 5AMPO or : edroorn houaa 317 Hlahway 13Thraa .In. .0.
mull Altaian 07EatLlnIBJ .. Sales lady. Female privileges. mllci Eait Plant City GET A GAS HO WATER conditioned 119.1711. 13.S. S.7 II"r. RooM and bata aecand 1.AKa SONNY Four star Mobil
Secretary. B HWT M lOOT and _u.. A ulte
8B43 Phona 7>3 16S7I HEATER 1m. Home Park Naw lanait iota I.

WELCH: RINTAL Service No. station attendant. CONTACT 54 KILOWATT pour leiwretlni WARS 34. VENTURA A.I condition. Etrae .- MU S47.1 Lakeland 811 and dry "uol.e

available two bedroom CB 9114 Cooks plant powered by 4 cylinder Wlllri Have Hot Water Wea StieS aee. Phona 113.3747. ,MODERN TWO aedroam dupleinlcal pal . .. isO eemeter .. .
LIst Munolla Two trailer .p.e'.1 Mrs. A. Cuyler MortgagsiUY Jeep motor. with own batterynerellni You Need Ill drew Trailer City > furnlahed cool. omtet new .. boo llaaa Black .
Also rooma Bui .."I,. Contact Sea na Sods far many other send ,- unit Will prevtde 110 ,dlntrlct. AdulU Low tent 111 new O rave Park Shopplai .
at 103 Fairway. MU I...,.. .penlnn Our office la open S-I Personnel ManagerMontgomery BUILD selL refinance PR.ond alt and 930 volt ..Ic.. Coinplrte ., 14-Br I.C.I._ 124 Trucks '0194. tar Ooad ....fulilne sad boat

DA11.Y. S.13 oa SATURDAY Wards ,A ..r....... pint Itnrt.fl unit 1491 1033 Wail Lemon 117 N. Kentucky Tral.1 ATTRACTIVE THREE and ane tot ....01 ...c 11 Ior crya-

7 TransportationLEAVINO Rm 208 Arcade Bldg. 1026 E. Memorial Blvd. .. Corp at Florida, lot a. Pow161 Street. I MU 2-5103: tout boo room apartmenta 140 and IJO Sal .
Ava.. MU S 3137HORTICULTURE. lisa CONTAPLEX 31 mm modsl. tat NO... LARGE PRIVATE trailer lot. a
FOR New York May" S 9:30: 4:30: era with fla.h and caia .m.i UHED PLOIfBIN Ilituraa Toll bo sea 05000.40 moorS. 1500.Do.o.I.I. 1.1 bui Una P'i. Chlldrea well_..
Like lady eOmps.fliOOsbIr005.. 53 Hilp Wantsd, FimaU AIM model 10 'ol.rold.. assess.dltbus. .,.. I..trl. alnai IS each Florida A... FURNISHED iT 1104 aall *-.1.1.iD1i.
peniaa Relerancaa. PI.nCII" No Saturday US MU 3 JHO*. Tub 10. C. H.ono Btraet. Nol badrooma. aowipleto

129-5)01.. I WAOThI.S S *TWD. 905 II 05 IS FOOT wide ..rh..d, .. fOR 'ALI II' o.nun -.k room. aftlclancr kl"h. atllltlaifurnlihed .
West Mornorish Iosissrd .HARP COUN1'lIlMIN: foe rspionorntse i door. oood oonditionWnt I'll..10 108 Pianos Musical Inst body .lh full 0'. Eioet eor W bua.
0525 ... at Nor. ihopvtM ehuRhaa anl,.
foidvahcemant Mamor al Blvd oondilon.
chol0Opportuoltl04 71 FertilIzer Soil
CONSULTANT* TO ..11 Luele and .promotion Pull! Fold rio 'Ir..., not WoolMrrnonisl MU 5-4034. 130 Youni ...
Co.m'lJro. We train ODd furninhIt YAMAHA ORAND piano ebon?. Blvd, ForValUe

ROUSETOO idoEPIPTIONIST. Wrlla. Luilar Bo* 3001. Or. _time.mi poiltiona areileole open Apply Trainee at Me Don pro-. soil GROUND mini PEAT Located mark 3300 peal sod US! (EDGER old with Lonnell artlit Inr bench. 100 Three Sooth year Plor. m.nt.DESIRABLE 1. a or SOUTHBIDB.3 bedroom..prt
S. Solo
old's on Kant Memorial BIYd.i' da Avenue 113.3191 ,. Call 4"Hit
B E C R ETARY Pat 00.55 MU 3-4131. ADS RENTALS WiseShoppers
P i"'i'tii'&Rii c"W1ii
CENTRAL, THREE rooma private
wit typists and ahorthand ..0.Piniefles CLEAN PHOSPHATE land tar
SMALL? ahlnalei and built UP. Call after bath and furniihed .
ta do posers office work lowo AlsO aand and dirt for fill .nlroo. Ulllll.
for i two rriaa profaailonal of 4 653-4153. E D..... MU I.307S. 99' Boats, Motors, Supplies $5 129 Furnlshtd Adults 'rlo. per
It... Pbs day week. ..11 p m NEEDED TWO colored men. bondable PER MONTH Apartmont ion. 140 112- .
GROUND 'IAT'I3 cubia yard alard
Write PO. los 414 ilvlnc aia. with car and telephoneEirnlnai 15' RED and whlta tlMralaa daluxa -
Too big Make the first and : II 71 to IJ BO hour. Staid I Peal Company 4351akeland RENTS A NEW IIRNISHED al
education a ipiripflpi.WANTED per I runabout with m HP al>ctrie .PARIM.N.
Hllla Blvd 1188.1111I.RICK 417 South .. 701 E. LIME
For Interview. call II3-4KS after Scott motor .,. sOlo and I..I.
the boms (while) to SPINET PIANO
toward BABYBlTTtR
move I I PjnSROVEMAN. CLEAN top SOIL fill dirt ear.i. 1100 Mar b* noon 1.1.11SiIons MU 1.188 All Cars
tend one child at my home fromam ' ,. I 0W0551 4. Drive way n,atanalurn Drly. or phona MU 3.3101WILb MOTEL .Po :. larta. I.. tiled GuarantedVolkswagens
of your dreams by checkIng S to I p m. MondsyPntdSp.Phon. EXPERIENCED Caldwall 550-0354. payments apply I lin .d'oo.
'MU I-404lafier S p m Null be able to hand Bpaedsprayer TAKE i..jon l- foot RENAL tWo roomi with aapirala tnln. room
"Homes To* Rsls" InClsssifled II Moan on premiaeisteady Cadillac boat tIllroller I price Cart 5555.4. Dlala MoteL 4MO New claanl stool ..
i TED-----cv-i i.iriCi.i; Ap.ply all year raund work Pin. 72 Flowiri, Seeds, Plants bait wall, tonvrrtlbla lopcurialna I age extra. This offer Is Tampa Biahway tar and aawaae 'url.... .......
today In perina at Whirl Wind ilincl Loki Orova. OrovelandPlorlda wills and 74 HP Johnnonir I THRrs aleaa. auleu iNk a month ""' .D.U.

Drive-to. 1433 Lakaland HUHoulevard ___ ___ CLOSING ODT. A'lor ud 5P15.dr0500 . Best olfrr o,rr II000 limited to families wIshIng lr' la.Lon.RMS kitchen can all with T R Tucker Jr, 5.sbt00ii

;:TERMITE: : CONTROL larvlcemanxperlinca .I.nl.. II 00 .... 100. 3000 Want Memorial Blvd to test their children .. Slotrl. Adull anlr'arklna III.7171 or avenlnii 0021500iN 1963 Sedans
preferred but will while they lait 131S LOut Lemon '' 6IJ-IB03

rain Apply Burke Ton-Eol: I...I. musical abity.CANNON PDRNISHED OR nfiirnlihad. DIXIELAND line apartment FROM

urn ar call 688-S4I4. ., 7X Foods, Fruits, VtgTbloi eat bath entrance S37OS prl-Us all electric lltllltlaa furauhad'hone $1545 to $1645
MO 0-321 Isbn loss.
SERVICE Used 12 foot Starcraft Aluminum MUSIC CO. 561 00 mapthly Naaaaa Apartatenli -
55 Saleswomen I FRUIT PaR ..1.. bso 0' bushel.l'nes 303 So. Florida 6828145 MO S.444SRIVATS bId Y.'I"D- for
un. Also ohlp 3801 North fishing boat 55eaScamp' roupla with children 1963 Sunroofs
Florida. 611.1011BTRINO Open Friday Evenings ENTRANCE aeraanadporch bar Drana Field Rand.
$139 lltlnt bed_.. I..
room KralU .ll 9051 FROM
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SALESLADY BEANS: II hamper. you itcben. bath Convenient South.
pick and container. Alderman Tl Sporting Goods Ida' n.I.lbhO. Caupla oDI, $1595 to $1695
DIRECTORYBUSINESS Pipkin Road Call MU S6BI 130 Fvmiihsd Ho VIM
toe Jewelry ilort Jewelry e.....1 : Used 13 foot GrmmanAlumInum 1131.
tenet not necauary. H4 day .TRAWBEkRIES YOU pick' fur Canoe ... $175 the bait before tr.I. Ed- and two bedroom apartmeata 40S rWO BEDROOM homa .d..11 1962 Sedans

week Only local raaldenta nlih container. 200 quart P. B ohm BtvS Park Bltd., P:".1.South Plorlda Phana MTJ 33817PURNI8HED anlF No pata.
FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE H..... 17111 New Tampa Huh sky 'irk. Florida. month perwiarunt..rn.. S03 FROM

Write Bai M-30SLakaland OTIIINO' i PIANO.-i Oli "jj.; Used Whitehouse 14 foot I beautiful Oft Lass semi Morton luralihadoa bOY hi alenclaCWO Iot. $1395 to $1495

WHEN YOU NEED lit Ladier YOu pwk. It C. Boul..I.ID.. fiberglas 195S 25 112 Wanted MUcsllonssus Lake Marlon Drue Phono MO BSDRMa rampletelrurnlahad
dell Road MU S 1117 rnabut sos

Evinrude I e c t r I C Start CA.K FOR ,.u, .. ..1 NIC 1-311.! LOCATION. Cluaa andplaaiant par month Onto. by.I".r.. aa I 1961 Sedans

Aluminum Products I Picture Frames 56 Salesmen 76 LandscapIng Mastercraft trailer. & 1.3Jn. I Laraa aloaet apace R C. b li, Dick, fieellr. loll

Bater. Adulte. Parkcea Water 'urnlinedM tart Main. phene MU 113 FROM
3u-T-tPea AlMtl tat ilium M.I..I. PICTURE FRAMES Beautiful SALESMAN: WANTSD far home Very clean .
lunate C.rrl.ro lor can. In"' .. and mouldln.. Cuitom and delivery, aia 31-83 Commiuionplui HARDY SOD CO. ... W. Cannoa U. E8SRlc. two bedroom.osrearl. ... $1195 to $1295

.1.llOn .11 one. V.O. tompucto.MIs. ,..idy made. Oalnea Art Shop. company baniflta. haipitalaatlon Heeltn, Lawn Oriiiei un LEDGER SMALL MODERN o.r..nt .7. .dul .. no ..
Mobile home .to.... stools. 3 cu.lom .ork. Aluminum p.llo uoibrelluo. 0,0110 Apply Bordaa Dairy., FHEE LbTJMATES; Mercury LmOD. Phone MO 3.7330OARAOB 007> 1960 Sedan

o.odl..cI polio furolloirs.i'sror Plumbing Supplies 41 Laka Win Or veYOU SIb N Ollmora MU .."lla ill electrical, gear controls.aank. ,. CUSIFlfD AN APARTMENT. Pour TWO BKDROOttS .1.trl. kllah.rn .
to sOlilpis. .croO posts
RH MGHRIS Do.U fouruMPI 'jbu.i H' .. Motor clean. rooms. C.mlortbl.. conrenlearated Ml month week IONS ONLY)
rollln. '10. Rowebbins 1100. you TRACTOR WORK. Mowlni' plow very da.. atur I. ill dar Baturdu
patio furniture, .lumlDum wrbbProduct ". and Elactrlral Suppllel what Co aorswur Oh. Averaae Int diaalni and orodlsip. Spa Stored by us for two Nt ..I looNies 301 Lea- and OulIdop.L'O'JCAOC. $1095
Ina Oilmen Alu..lnum !. Free Information and delivery. men ...nln. 1100 to I13O weekly clal. aed In yerd wedinf and years .sOrrel.0100RDPLOOLsLtrSrlir
ichlpi Chlpmen ow0.r 131 loll tool rental. pipe cut and threadad one aitabllahed territory availble radlni .81.173.. 613.1497INSTRUCTION. (395( complete Sal Omola Drilrabla
Pope Itrrl ....n.7 CR0OlINApplienc. 24 houra aarvica. 616-S41S. . For perionel laterview. AUTOMOTIVE touedrp isollltles. Ian couple .nl,. Qul."h",.
1.150.41014 lakeland phone em.4S9I alter S pm o.rl.nt.Uo. f.0. Trail." ClIP. ho. Near bua ..atom Rater '62 VW Station

.. '" -- B., Iolohnsy. Ealoo Part.APSXMSNTS. . 5095200LAKEPROIST
Printing laMI RETIRID ar retired man 16 Awtomobllot For Solo Wejgon

FOR PROMPT repa.ra 00 leferatora ...-I lull ar part lime Prefer sums LAKELAND MARNE! 11 Ill SO. .'OItNIHED h..M
LIskus and .
...hln. .machlnaa. and Putt ALL nour pr nl na iiaadi pesoS oasis Irs or traffic ekpart.ncB WE P1NANCB Your aredit laood $13 SO sad til Par .k 11..1. 1495
. and like to a.... pioplelend $4 Schools oppiad C'I alOof I I I. .. On.
appllancaa call Thrifty City call MO 3-4404 Commercial Pratt Low aa 140 '0." Surname waiar and sos furnlihed I I 1 ,
1.00k. D'norlm.nl 'II.lln Ina. Latterhaada lUhoiraphlnt! compute reiume to PO SUPPLY CO. (load Carl 656.0000OJPOROCHO welcome, AIM ileapina coons 05,0 30: __ _
.n.r"IO' Bon 3377 Lakeland LORIDAS LARGEST and mootsodro 414 Ea.t Oak MU S-taiT I CLASSI'IIO DISPLAY "
M 12 62 VW 1500"Karman"
Serviced .
Appliances 'up 0 I
Ssrvlce beauty achaol Lakeland mmli.. rad'a. tlraa. S3 OUR ROOMS and bath. Early
Radiator Scull? C.I.... III E Pine. St.Completely ..
fltCT UlANCEa ervl tf 92 at East MU S 1711MO American furaltara Auil .1. '
PIt resets oosisbis Prearsiimsirs, AO.VTYPL .dl.lor ..crlps.elesolni. SALESMEN remodeled SIn eondloned .' Hw UnderpalEVERYTHING miD pool S4t .uo 64 CHEVROLET I Ghia Cpsj.M945
Wlodowsir0004101onsrs.rolrssod ample. parklai MU "- dll 'L YMOUT. four door. .os0.0Sf .

Appllsoi'o ioslsiislloii and Eleftrlral I Call Stcuhe Rrr0boi. It.dl.to r.corln.B."re90lldloiPrddys ',., IfQ1111I EXPERIENCE CONDITIONING relrliera- trauamlailon. ..0..n.. mileaaautelUnt brakaand AIR..rlf ata CNDITINI Pl.. Buuehlnaoa efficiency. s/4 TON PICKUP

02 2 0iu.ts p Orrr' '"2.5 ,7, '- lion man needed W. train, '0"W"II aandltlaa IISO. MU Oolf c... N.C Plarldarenya
BVT Commercial
Auto Seat COYlI'1LlZD .. hon M.311. Lakeland Ledaer
on rehlole, Cycle-Pla method Ra. NECESSARYAGE COMET waaaa. Air aondlonad LOVELY CLOSE la ..ar Iwabadrooma. CAMPER
II AU1O Beat Cuveri. Com coIns.II tress Oentlara S303 tlraa venarat ...,. .a.r. N. peta. 417 '63 CHEVY II "
pleta automotive Intarlore. 535'Fl' Sooth piartda M3-40O7 NO BARRIER oil condition .o. Prod II.04S. booth Lake ,. s.soosrnon..o., 300
l Ma,n Phone Mil 8-1110Cencrste LIVESTOCK .u"._ 1.1.. With Rid
PhOI. 2"0. NICB APARTMENT tlrat HoorIxtrla .n ..
Radio S. TV Repair I bruu.u. t..t.ro
WE WILL TRAINyou sure BELL or trade. 1140 Ford .' kitrhea. ahower. na peta.dam. n'.n" Likt Na .

I.XPKIIT.: HADIOSOATVS.coirs. II Dogs, Cats, Pet.BIITTY" FOR BOATERS !! coups sod ItST Pord .o ..;:. tOol aouih Plarlda A... Lit $7000
U'l'oIlUI O"'CIUHI con"... ..It Hi tree moiiture proofini after atuit have a eo,. There li mil..... both run ._. Sire 1795
Poe Drlvewari. flnnri eldrwitlpt .. our sot la repaired, in our mod. n"> limit U what you ran earn I B un Chrvrolet V.S. .'' ar 1. BOOMS air conditioned OUR Oaly
atreeli ioeb. patloabrldaea sod pro mop at a fair price Brim But you aunt earn 1.nd. praare POODLE Shoppa pro.f.solusmol 68..0aav. 11K.1 airily furnuhed 1046 5995
K. R. Morrla. I.. 'I.nd lIo..rd' lIodlo sod TV. NU wlihln 10 dips. Wa I irnuh pet 1363. Kathleen Road Shop. Lakeland'sNewest : IAJ OUMMOB1LB Jelflre bard 61 TEMPES Wagon
112 Lonsfeibow. sell to 1113.4I4K Hume. 'lIB.i 28tlAL..ATIAN convertible Too do. with Pool *. Isnoppayd.
13.1170. liii anpomtnienta AiDly i ttouilt RoW Ir.h.
,". i and Largest ah-powered V-' A/ ... ... .. AUTO SALES trim
Fences .101 M. ... ChopScrien Tenneaiee. lull A. PIiPPIIft, very nei.onshlo uod cgnalllnh 613.4341ACRIFICE aw ". .h. Whi. ." ,
MO '. .111I0.'OR ino 741 .uhlnt. MO t."oil .... tram, radia. haararaawvty
hlUrui. 'l1.ck CuolOsno. boo Repair -- Boat and Motor Sales- MUST aell ImmedlI loll I. M.,.MU 2-1610
&.0..., ..rI.... DO do.o psprnrnlstlunsolead 105015 Sole. Floe 501104. elY 015 V;ilkiwaaen cerlan taut "CLASSIPtSO O,Se>CAV araerin*. p1w41
\1'1. moot bo Under.sold. .I I hlHtkM ItkPAIRED 10..1 Wire KVkKAL: : EXPk.RlkNCED: ; air eon )lIm..... S year old .rldloo, 54510 he.'find Ellen Eilrabrook. 5115405,. air toad,rwm..

Lakeland Indu...,. MO I. reenlni replaced lle wood or diiionorsndsoptl500iOuis0400nopodid, ircle Bar a R.nch. COUOI 1004 i V01IC ii oSNo ;; I II siod .hi. tirti. A
oIiS: Proc ..ltm.'.. "', 'al framea Pkk u... 0-blase,. 5 SoOn.. Tap aommiMiona ne and Hwy '2. >w ''dl I .' ..1
p.'d.' Alaa axtra attraationi ta, M..t car.J1450
Furniture IM'.aHaI I .1501, ssoles. Wrlla Boa F-386.akiland ii iiiKmB II, blue p01stsod IMPERIALMARINE \[ 95 FORD .ulom.U.. :1

Swimming Pools LoOSer. leal joint MU 3-3100 MU a.uu.PRD .

FKlDta Bras I unoilitro r ii'A'MiBE KITTENS for iala 1061 .a conditioned .
Mather Furaltura, Pbeso. 503. "ooi.* CLEANEDtainted rop.od. 015150 and farnalei Trained to ino, door' ,srymlio. "
1131 I ehetnlnlienulpme .up..I1.. andbni. Call Nr. C D. Butler I CENTER IMP W alar Haven CY 3-S4T
,. 11\I"8.\ 'oa IOnS Sills, .13.Join PorTTialme
lawnmowir MU 80' I.*. iTia: TWO door whlta OVER '60 OPEL
Rspelrsi7WiW'WEPAlR1Niii ' WHITE MINIATURE poodle pup.Pr. .! loo shIll Call ISSIdit .
\ FOR a. r Lao. _I.. lull Clark THERE'S ARC lolorbred ReaianablaQ 341 E. U S. Hwy 92 altar :0' !

sod tools .hor..Dod pup sod sal'In -N-Cloriros .111-8"10 3.1033 0400 Porn.r Sttjta $595

owens. Itln..,. 1301 Loisr. MU I' ln.'I poosr d.b rudtu.hrSIot. I 200
8.II.n UpholsteringKa $9 Livestock FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY flood : 5. '

UPHOI.olHRl"'O *urs.lea I 11. a. Now J.n.R... 59 CPEls.

Painting Slip ....... and drapee. raaaoaable EAUTIPUb. THREE year aid MONZA 'S3 SI.'l caupe bIas.t CARSTO
PAINTING SPECIAL Avenue In. Pros eatimataa. pick BP blocS Welch Soldlso. Oantle far radio aad heata automatic $445
terlor 1110 Areraaa ..tarlarSI3S and delivery Phone r.M-4.40. sos N NOTHINGlIKf.11 I M G .blld,... I13S ....7381. SPECIAL rnllrsOs. m excellent : ...
Holli ,lb RoodVenetian
Pint olaii work. Ouaran Wi finance to iond .rlt '
toad Refereneee Phone 613.4311 92 Wanted, Livestock Pots New 1' Cobla Runaboutwith ..1 owner. 6M-3\ CHOOSE FROM 58 TR-3

alter 3 30.'oINrJIIO.. Blinds and back.to-back VOLKSWAGEN KXCBXENT aaa.lltlon .

WABHINQ carpenter: I. riCALS AND horauntaliufartured ANTED A few dairy ..Otis any seating new 40 H.P. Evin twa .... radm. healer. Rs.d.t $795Transportation
work Interior aatarlor work Preaeitlmiui Repaired cleaned Smnd. Will par top coot artaaowera w* thrauih aun vttar. Prtca ItTSMO .
reawnabla prlcaa 113UBS .l refinlihed Slap automobile ena- Dairy. MU lot33MERCHANDISE' rude. motor. electric start S.ITTf PENDARVISCHEVROLET

553.3514. Mr Turmin, Olin blinds Ar-Lite. MTJ S'S7M ing plus a new Champ lisA PORD convertible. f red Oal ..

Trailer .<*> Hun Liner V-a. auumatlciraaimiaawa
whlta wall Urea. raIn .I CO. Specials

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS a home of your own I Itoday' Se 95 Bicycles Motorcycle and tlraa heav-r load. .h.power.... Call iwerlnaaw MU. $195
310 No. Florida Ave.
COMPLETE FOR YOUR IM13 altar S. 1IOS provldeacrtoad

Classified Homes TRIUMPH AND Yamaha inlaind Lakeland
aervlre. Electric .r mod
I 1 ItSS THONDERBIRD two paxeurer
Sale" NOW for out .1. and eporli modeli 101 down aiilomatla. removable 115,0,

10 maniha nanclni a.-.able 'OP. axrellenl OOdlllos, Kl Wi atrnml.ooolITi
standing values Lakeland r>.1. Concan, 111 Rotor Drtva II3-437J
DIALMU6-1151-AskForClcmiicd Wrol Mem,,,,il' bird 6 8 Kiln Only $1395 I Fuvk.i.. 10"'

iK-YCLE MAN a it 1I.hl..1I1 , .. U.Ku .

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RENTALS RENTALS v y ,J 1._LAKELAND LEDGER_Thursday,.April 10.14! _IS I

WHAT rows iTO In-s HOPE rr

135 Rtomi Fer Real 139 UnfirnUh l HCWMSHODKB YEU.F0Ue Att.. IIIB PUT 60MB wad 7 wct013 uya "IN A I |:Tjiyr3: PKACEFUU *. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

o Movw r111F1t f71o NEW iwi cis aN MEN EN3Jc.; 'romie OUR =

LAROB ROOM .S... wee* bus n>R Sato ar raav laaatal a CUT YIlD3oo FaR A Tr FRi71T DOORt I FOR Ttl 1It

0551N.1ur.1. POO* ra onal_rod.l._MO..B-134B.. andWile. .Drl* ,.. rnana Cmrtaa,MU Oanar I-II.L am, Gels, >.9 4 T irI FroALL3U g fiiR F 153 .M..... rr Sal. 151 H..st Far StIle

"ca cu" nom. 10 01... 91* FLATEAO a__fin raom. tuaa4Tl n
la..'.. Call 11I1I S.0133. baUk, .hot water, ktra* ........ 113: waRI4 too A tr t cl
LOVELY' FORJUaHBO turn' "prkraw .wk. MO 1-IbOL I ON THE LAKE
.."__ print bath, ..... 1 LAKEFRONT HOME
'- ..*** '"' """"", 11I.: BIG HOME
''!Wl. 2&3' dVITAH . . --. 1Hbatka. I IC IN I 5 Three bedroom, two bath,
:1 ........... .......a rum alOft iqmn tn If femlli fibs
WOR.IIIO. OENTLKMAM pro Florida room on huge In U Im.... Lam modern feraiabed aad aam. ColI ..... III Ot aantk.Kl aer*. 55557.1 room far feral.l .
waterfront site Lake
room. prtat *.,,*.* KISS CITTTAB: . 0 raoaui :1badrauaii. 5km on l I' *eaiua, ead rune Hint into
bass ..... II alain hit rae Ml norUa N... IHbatna Parker. RC .lm. th* lake n. bam aonelaU ef 1bedraem
6.109 let phone rlaa m*. tine Ballt-ta not. and .755 ) J *. 3 katha. kit. llTtnt
ROOMO. BREEZE H room 13514' diems roo... 29 i3V
tat Slm wal(17 -. Masi CtU haat 1100 5555th.ABBOTTHECKES. i paneled family room with
issr.. ( : ...u,. 0...... I BEST BUY SOUTH! ltcti.n and bath All el Dili for
181-7145._ : I ONLY /at.BOO. Will condder trade
DOWNTOWN. p91.ts '.- CO. Three bedroom two bath, on entaller propertr Call for In.

,....... N tint. au 1Io..lb N. -- ----- _ Florida rnnm. separate riin-. ._1100. I hate the k.rl RO-1314.
Tort 69.1075.CORNR Raaltor LWLA
BEDROOM Irritate ontrance > 117 I. Toss A... MO 1413 REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE In-j.--near College and I KEN HARRIS

(entleman preferred Near 1 Lake Hollingsworth, onl I) ltooI..r foohta01r LIlLA

kue Doll.and MTJ atom J-WK IIS We t Mai- 11 roomt* CAROLYN, appllaneaa Drl', .'..n tbraa_ plod bad- 144 Acreage, lets fit Sale 151 Real Estate IxefceajeTHADMJ 1S3 Mewses For Sale 153 Noose for Sole 153 Houses Fir Sal S13.000! RO-1190 11011 e.IIIII.alll Plorld. Are.

MODERN LIVING bedroom handy to Bouthilda tchooU. Clark
com. Rash. 6S8-40J1 PABTURB LAND 40 aaraa WE aot '/mt We 5551
blnatloa final bath and eottato I ml Call *a todar Ke* HarrM,
rood aoU. eome timber earn*
fullr air conditioned wltntelerUlon. TWO BEDROOM 0.. brick ... .1....... Near Plant Cltr Onlr RealtorKnhanaor.J191. WEST PALM SOUTHGATEREDUCED JACK MEL RUDY NEW HOMES SOUTHSIDE
Llnene and uUlitieifurnUhad ..10.. air conditioned, block tolie (10 par sere 'h... I** down ...
Near BouUitat. lit .. R* MIMBLB JACK BB QUICK. LMLA REALTOR 3 .room. I bath florid room,
Kn Barna. RaaltorDhona Be* R ... Gardner, R. O Law *rRar 152 Real Estate Waited
Bail Beacon Bond MU 24711 'IIIJili.UliPVRNllIRm. B, DIe,' LUInt ., ltd baat tal tillMS It you stat .. .ba tkbadraom. avnar at air aoadltlonad near BeuUivaal
Lew at Raaltr : MORTGAGE
reom lam II, home tntb a lath a nlat to Os. baUikoma
136 hems With Beard POOR raaai sId Mil Bail Mule, paeatll) n naa aU ....... *f mint praacomplitalr 3 BadnMM, a Balk MId..* Boma. loratad. at (21 Robaonbaat schools and Bouthttl Immadlataooiaiulun.
baWl bouiaa '30 and U' Cloaa BEAUTIFUL. HOMEDITEB *>ar- LIST YOURPROPERTY I' radaoorated blaalrandanpad Built-in Rania. Carpata Bcraanad Uila ana la prlrH balowappralMd 1521 E. Memorial Blvd. B"iar ,-."..* Boltri
M .D..1. UV 84714 Sums Lets Olbaon. Wal r. pew and a* eonientanl. to Patio Priaad for tmmadlat aalaat klua.. *a KURRT-lat dial 686-4107 off Yount PI.... Mat Rudy Real
LOVa.y' ftlVATli d./r1M. room L.0. l..tn. fine FOUR LOVELY: Soulh.lda bomaitnraa ad atrarta. Uka aroaaa. PrlvataboalbMin WITH US narrtnlnt, HO-I1M 113.ROO. IL-UOR-H.: ... tnow ,..i. ROUOIWINIFRED any time ton 15>Y K. Mamarlal Bltd. It*.
: :1.- badrnnaia, fcnead, ..11Ita ramn. IMU-M07.
Io.d 3... ilvlnd. 11.,.
ell purr. 5934940. 5105 p p l 145 5.1. *90- UO. ClarkRtaltt LAKELAND tUORLAHO. ,hHt'WIUl -It ajtwrtr ran'I BILL It, BORN CLEVELAND.HEIGHTS JOHN J 1. BRENNAN I. GANN
--I tae-toil 30 bl* troll Iraaa. 9J5O4). IT DOWN B L l 1'1_ .
BOARD WITH lunebae t* eoTMOTUto 'TWO BEDROOMS. Dusts.i Call Red B*>.k. dua 1163710.erosion It....... LMLA. 101 a. Tenneaiaa .I&b
rowaa. Reasonable TH 801 0-laoa. Ar****. ....*. MTJ J-elTl RMllOT LMLA 99a-41M riwMll Doni tea. YOU PROMISED
Cut Oak .-.. I Lur..1o.t. TamUan. blinds. la| .. bona. (...., M a. Teaa. Ar* ParkluU $9300 A "..'9 Horn k HI* Ca.Ua B. ".. Aw.. HOMES BY
,5s1Md aarak. IU> ar *t haut 'IH T T1MB oC"' 1"* 051./x4111
....'a and rafrtawatar Claan. aaaar but and In. PIo.1J af Oat .uwit - 9994IJ3 HER A LOT
131 Unf.raltB, Apart i aftS Adults Mtana EaialtRlatb traaa. aand raatriaUona. aaUmtnalaa 1 Thla. aond.rtul Iwo Udraon CB --
MO aXJOl from ...."'... "...... our raaalMI herd lirtlaia horn la 4wl VIM ra* ar* look- ONLY[ Down Tastefully FHA MANAGER No* bay her a BOOM. Thl Ihraabadraon
LINCOLN COURT A_.... M"- 190 dan, 940 *ar _0U>. Call far aala rMl& Mai Rod, R aUaar. inl for U ro* want II to a **ad $400 homo li lot tar UiaMT
lakeland finest for eatored p.5. HO1191 POR CB MU a-U7 ar MU '.]* >. *><10" IU1 Ba* Memorial. ae-irt are*, aa n aulrt itreet. and .aata
_. Cad IIIU 3-17'3. boaie that la In madarful repair 1 $100' DOWN Kitoknt haa ramartanala
a* Menu aad "eat TtaMU 3 bedroom PamperedEacaptlanallf
brick and
*-*3M.MOOERB TWO THROB 15droom; hanwa anna 6'1100-Stilt j.CHOICB ._ 153 He.su fir Sale The .bait part It aaa Isbought block top rania 515 lava a*>o,
LOT. tlbaaufal .....
la tott. Nor bum and shop 5 axrallant noMlni multi-bath 'In Wlniton ..U. aaaatoiMUd Dallah.ul llvlnd-dining _..
..... .....
TARSI rums eltctrlekieehea. pin Cambaa eats, RO-1194, Camvltta Iblln or all rowers
full ...... cranel flow 1M.. Call MU aM. 11355.0 ...... tl* m.tnl7i, i TWO BIDROOM ....... withwraaaad Height (opposite Winston ,,_. on a lana oak ahadad tot. aunt sand kmaw In Any Mss.5..Y bats. Flarltfa nom, dravarltaPrtoad .
Near' sips market. aowalewuAduM TWO a. D N 001. uslorn/ssd Bart Nudists ........ Pbanarrn nrab). .."* lk % I I. Bdimholma that 0.11..0.. . Otltna MontbU pamrauaa bala* nplanmant ,"aJaa attil
School .. .
.. ..,..... THREEBEDROOM trade ). umt aara sod Im_ .
N .n.ALa 65. I.r rut It .1. mile aataM alt*. MOOO Phone la aa 110 atop br our solos .500, Cta MO Will tfV
aarpata and drapaai a badroamtaad ...... .... .
Mtl 5.5301 M-10O. .. 0r aall Jit N L.5.Iwo -
CONDITIONED earner apart 40 ACRES tmpratad naatai. CB i B bathal oulauai donftl 2-473 far Ami. BN-TM.
meal ... alee*.* kitchenAduiu. 3 __ 1 bath aeraanad paraknaar oaoiBlatatr fanead. Maar L. Maw' TWO badnern bo_ Nod MEL RUDY aaa: b-rliatatf taM Burprutoaljirleat T R. Tarkar. Jr, RaallorMO .
a* ...... ICe 79119 put Cmtal Laka til00. Prlnad I* aaU. Baa B. U 'II' nnwdlnte _._,. 1100 ON Vi ACRE m la. I0a, RO-loaJ. '113. rUA A. hrr..sotto
IU Cbarloa. 3 Badrooni. ati nad ....... alaetrla Dtek. "'&1". 1011 Baat ola04'j.*. fi ttnai are* ..."..-,. naa*. LMLA RCALTONMOHtaAOB A. S. MORROW Manwar,. VA Arraa >aparti TED TOWSON
TWO BEDROOM new krfck AsDI ...... ....10. __ MO "'IJ31; niihta awalni window, full Ills baUirarraaa ,9900 BROKER i Mlnwcr.CLAIIIFIID JUallor .......
... air conditioned .block tacollege 3 Badraaab near -rt Ward .994 floors arratnad paranPriced This. nice hone ... flnlthad11X11. 1B37 B. Mamarlnl Bird 5.1la1 LIlLA2De in: S. n.. Ass.
x.. Karria Realtor. ,._ rani. l".00Badraom. --I nt (10000. ad, .0 bit dial 68 ./l07 sup time Tons MUlln.
phone (..*.3111. I SOS H. Unaaln. M*00I _in After 5 low down parmaat.Caa . baa aulll-ln 1005510790 I. '
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two MO IDOIIII>I,. ItllOoodrear Met Rudf. RaaMnrH17 vul aaa. loot Oatalda City CT 6131St Dan Wlntart from the alb llmlti. pit
llmlto tour. Katblaaa Bun Bchaol Polk CIt, Rd TERMS OR
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EATON PARK-W* Bar* a .... lie: BTADMTON AVENCR Radared .,111 .,..In... RO-104
NICELY .. NEWLY deooriited":- In Eaton Part Ann a* pad Cvraor lot three bedranau.w .
raaa ......11I.... Tw Moots freraC3 REAL ESTATE road for 99 90O. Ooad Mrau a,aI/- 1; ..."' .. Plaids roov _Ira!
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aubta. _11211. IM Nerd twin ...... Walkln dUtaneeUMppIn REALTOn -
. for pious* ar aibdlTldlnd Its W. Walnut II PIa
lost CHOICE LOT 60x19 *IU> II std ..._Lon aeaal I II 1es
beautiful" alna Iraaa. Comto* amtu 40000 an aar. ...... atraea (reia BmtkmolJaniar PHONE MU 2-4173
139 Unfvrmlskid Htinti ((a dean, (It monmir. RKh Want Wlndaar etreelaff .
Bart Rod...., Raallar, Rom ta. EfTRtCTED BOMEBITieaBvautUul Boattt Uaoala ._..*. Modebandar
prapartr U LaaalandHlihlandt ..
NL MOOIEIUI ... .......... 65. a711. about I** mUaa franBouthgata loa fall caartraotia Pull. Inlarm -- '
a/tef pm.POR 6154510 t
.pine II.wb IlIoIIea. 63.37/0: Bach tract ararrraa 1
lu-ItuL 144 Acr...., left Fr Sal wlttt patad road frantawaExaanatva BALB b* ..*.,. Tw* badraom -
ntlraattva homaa alaady CB. ......_" 11111 BubJUT .. BUILTALL
CLAN TWO Mdooem diutf*. ,, ..... ..... CUSTOM
LAND BtTT-Itl* .... aamurlaarad boUtII. If You .10. Laa* Lot IU l
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pus I..... 110 par sore a.. planning I* .build a btttar 1. Prle Pnana
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340 acre eatUa ....b. '.0.... and typo honi vhj aUla for alt*. 4-aMJ .
SMALL 1I0ue.. lor ..11.. ... raaa f>nrad. Corral and laadmiahataa. laa lot. .haa ra* aaa 9at aarata *- RIAaONARLB OWNIR La .
o.ct. CNp NMOwu.. .18 _I. aa> par _.. SO sores at tha aania prtoaf Invaatlata dnwa "......01. lr..a bedroom BRICK HOMESNO
513-17. 'only tSSOO. (1&00 don 101 aaraaao . ", .;.1I 'wo full batba. tarts Plarlda
AUtO PARTtt faraMiad aad .Lsd at .a'.., only 9 0000 room t car carport brick One
dan parmini co your
1._ acraa. tow mllaa from CrpraH I ,
.al old Phone MO 1-4(3
7 bedroom Mat Rod? RraltvrI orMU
17 Len ..._,.. BI",. aaa4107 Oardru. 0.B. buhvarrantaia. H. W. SIOCKARD issoaroRtcLoato SMALL dan parmanl on t.r lot
Sly ITIO par aera Baa
R C. Lau at R. U Oardnar. : RIPOHS a a a obaraam 4.
THREE 1LDHOOM. earpati Cry*, Dick. 1I..11it. 1011 Bwl Malafnooa REALTOR la meter. Lakeland araaa if
tal La a ..... Clean. Call MO A.ONI. MOlonm. .....U3.'FlY. Mel Rudy Realtor 1617.. MaBvonal IMPERIAL
a.... (M41MTH '

TWO BEDROOM CB bo..... Ntwlaaaratrd . ACLI. M..l VM5..51.91.1.Rudy ...1_. IU1'U 'I w.AaMioUlaafnal : ia (ROB 15d,0 .. airconditioned CONSTRUCTION CO.
I. tlirautbout Wfajmuhad .... B. Mrmartal III." MO -4IOTOROVB Jim "' 11_. Jr l laparata carport.ArallaWa .
I" nan in. 1143 Katalaaa Bob WllllamaAtlbumdala for Uamedlal. aacpaner *- INC.
> Road Call taa.ir,. LAND 90 or... pineSlid I ( WO 1.4oMIO IN Aim* line Call .> '
aaka. Baaauful htah tend. . riai4 auwarnann Jr. 03(1 or 1-134
MODERN. TWO badiaara d...lRilcnaa ... arm aacUon Lo..,... fin* ....., I til Ba T*. Aaa99IUI I IV'I Ii

.appllanrfa MO 3.3110 and *atrfwnutiad at Ie>B.% Prte down.* 930>a par R. U.aera Oardnar. Teresa. 117 a. rtorlda Ara OIfk. MtJ 93113Branca 1 hom.BAROAINI.career three BBAOTtPDL tot_raam aaarnnlont IH nader batkla location . 60.31351LAKEFRONT 44k

CLUN TWO brdr.m C. boo.. R. C.1.soP.R.Um at 1131 I. OlrandM MQ Will near CrriWJ (eke. 11100
I ..lie' W.. ... ..". ".... C&II lcka Ri-altr. 1011 Eaat Main cam. far eaultr. Dnea .br 9(11Bxehanae -- -

MU1'1II' _ nona Mo-9133 Avanu*. Call ......
CL""I IID O"PLAY COMBOS MANOR lota. BardinCankra > HOME _'>M. ...1001.. TnamaaHIM .
Road 101133 Itr .*. 124 ACRES 100 hat o. LIkI Olbuos 5191lo.
GR ... led atoalrtalti 91 4M. tarmaLaat 175 FRUIT TREES IB BEOHOOM twa bath CBnaa M15b.st.tI0U.l4 Pour /
SILL far 55... ....113. P 0. ... >* JM da**. MU *..Toaaltar 5.rOl .badraoma. ... baUii, hardaad .
TO US. he bedroom madam Horn* S 30 0. floara and loll at HUM
CHOICU IUU DING 1151501 '.aundaota af flavar and irovtMhruaa. anjari ,. bens. 0...
WI NO DOWN .' Wthlan a voman
190'. .treoU behind 7910 Cllr.Isod Hllll Three Ea earuarl CB ar *UI dlacuaa .......
ANY CLiAN USED CARS. 1I000bio 11,6. CI4 "UCMlIi. I. ,I" ..tu.. radwlnf araniMnd lurnlihed.,n KM Aule
ROSS LAKELAND UV .3870. ,. au\ r varlauai .. trtili HIGH 81..... ,10.3174.Owoaiio Call or aaaW
'* DRY O. Halaa Jamaa D Taapi
TAMPA HIGHWAY I4S'.>90 ..- BALE: MO 0 k 1..5 r 9193711 ,".J!11
MOTORS, INC. ..U.*t tamttmnit 17 *00. John J. A. ROBBINS, Broker Street. Three .bedmomi. twe tin - -,
1500 w. M._,... Blvd., ) Branian. r34 W. Main 9944103 Fhana .13-2.U batha. paneled Plorlda. room. Neeiorore
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ct-Asairiao! DISPLAY I4S I Ivilnm Preptrtyndaatrlal BEDHOOM.. Iwo balk CI i APARTMENT i
- -------------. houie in B.... belt ,..\.... LAKKLANn HARDOORAfAKTMEMT
, IU'8W.NTLU. COMMERCIAL till atetlon. Near ..11-....all aarpetlnf. *
!, leu aitaa all 10... MiRadr. . aJr aandltianer. Lamrard I 1900 Laka farkar (Mr*, Wool
M.'lIul 1".101 Call
55-4154.Manor. IU1 B. MamarialI 133a...... ... 111 III MODEL OPBrl BVBRT DAT
IINDOITRU I 5 ......... Phana 99491911NIXPEN9IVEI

TRUCK TOWN Era/I rvoda. a>TRACT.nraa_aiatalr adjoin 11 RKNT OH ...1.. tbraa ........... L\lJtVRJOU., 121 q 'A .5

Aar 81.h..,. RoII__. 9MMM.Jaha IM bull. Clo..chsoS, b.
... ......... Raaltar, 056- 51111 I .6pp1 ll.l.. Tsrm1.MF5IS. ---- -- -
I JUST PINlltHkO. CB home, '
146 Farms Groves Ranchos bedraoma, pa>ld .._00. 1 k'drooa... > boils o.k flaoratiraplaraa : A
SPECIALS ,bla third .bedraom. full ... .11 S toraly aharrr ....ti.
bain, built la taaltr. ipso U. "Ins in mop .00.... has "- .,. '
it ACRES S vtar aid nrantiirara nl room kilchea with .... .i-mal' dinini roam. 3 Fla 1
ExcaUanl notantiaL 99* OM Prarlaalal raalaet. Colored raniahoad ., laraa iwhnaitnt. pool Lot room"j
Slut 10 ,oar '..mo. Call Rod Call Arlint Blntanda
RaitrMUdarea. laT
51st daja ....1111. a>anlttia.d.90 . One UUlltr black room Lake Parker T R. Tackw Jr, Raallar' # A A ,
,... >. 9-7HJ ; atanlnia at a I
I Near arheel, ba. U_ Ba: r temtaAl MU
'60 FORD Falcon Ranchero . . . $895 9 ACRM 5510 oar aid traaa.acraa 4 ** ba.. eunr toy available 11-111I3. .I I IDUPLEX
,, of ailra ._.. land. ....\1 and Sill build I* ,UI.. CaU Laalu
laka' Hlllh..r ,....10... Uaairaala Jim Oatrla, OarU Bulldara, los" FORSAlE ,1 j

. . . $495 loratlon la ba iubd. ,.idad. .h... _**- 34lltLBBRRT. LAKE HUNTERBY I,
59 FORD F100 . . . . . t-usa OFF
I IMO I ----- HUMS lor tale. Throettedrooau. OWNER I
20 ACRBfl Val.l iirla aroK. nlc. tarpon larta lot loodKaUog '

'57 FORD FIDO . . . . . . . . $595 I .... uriiidM '100._.. I poor (350 down Cal a (-7a4 I tvraii. Call Rod al. dar 9oa1711 : '
PRICE. Hire twa 654.roots : .brdrooim. flnrlda room, I
I : .,...anlDM 550.15/- furnlihed C,. Florida loomaruort Too wprfi aparunant romplt l l, and O

I '60 FORD F250 . . . . . . . $1095 loclrle kltotain 141Clieataut .Icalr furnlahad Air
I 95 ACRES- Boad. PHONE MU .0DdltIOO.d'j
.... s." \11.
C1 ntRY 15405551
'61 FORD Econolini Pickup . . $1095 IIrN 515 555154 155117 P.a. I
r $236,000 .. .......UoDod. ...... rardfeur CLAIIIP'IRD DISPLAYYOTE I

I If tad ara ._led ,la purabaa.mi .blaeka lrm alenentarrMhoal y1. ,
'62 FORD F350 One-Ton-Duais $1395 a Mild arania irata with In- Itrea buts from .. .-
amt radiMUi9 traaa and pontr _hood lists. M-Oaa.
of pol. ll.11 lat aha* poS thla .
SIC OMB bedroom, aompletefurnlahed -
; '61 FORD F100 ((4x4)) . . . . . $1295 icallant ,.... I".AROB all-ta-aU carpet.Int .
M llotn nom otnera InInoleum
92 Acre GroveS Ml 100 lot OlnleUnd4 . FOIl

'60 FORD F100 ((4x4)) . . . . . $1195 aeraa matara aaadllnca. 41 arraa ..... .llloo .

9 ,oar aid Valanci and Plna.appla. DOWN *n Ilke.iew homes ABBOTT-HECKES
. . . . . . . . 41 aaraa 1 rear aid Pinaapvla la ".0. arae Mel Rudr. MIL
ud H.mJIn all erop art tsp. Menorinl Boularard41cn_

'62 FORD F950 . . . . . . . $6500 in veil eo.on .rovna.....'.van bouaa Puma and barn and THREB 05080011ice bath"Florida co.
raam. Lake Olbeaa are*.

'62 FORD F850 . . . . . . . $5995 ,.JMOOO tab M. ...., W_ iu OV iooaIV salt. tliraa .bedraam b* MCrrilaJ To handle

Laka area. Na dew parment -
Leonard Rabin Call MPyl.l. All of Your
'61 FORD 11000 . . . . . . . $4500 LAKEPROhT 17 mllM Bait from

. . . . . . . . . I 1039 REALTOR B L1.LMLA.. ..1C.IIIIIIIOI Laktlaad. Two bedroom homaampletalr InsuranceI'rohlenIs
",...,-. 140 00
.ana Oum and }4o' on kinarKf ,
'61 CHEV. Pickup . . . . . . $1195 : deep (29000. onlr 20*
own and IM pot monta Beauul y
:147 Inceme PropertyTWO ul Ml and aipraaa ,,_. Baa ,IIM'4 5 I Y

'54 DODGE . . . . . . $125 I n C. Lala. R. U Gardner. B Upake IT'S

'55 INTERNATIONAL Pick-Up . . $355 ,'Ui..HIIn..kilahena... phaae Raaallmt ranilaba 991-O9II Mon. Airaandinanad. aa I*-BI13IX. IOU ROOMM. Baat oak Mala.tlvora. Plots, II MU II,..., PLACE THE BEST TO GO . 'r; ;:::,;':j AN'I<' : 5 AT ,"'FtN I t l :.i "

::1iiF"'PROIi'fAOa. hi .
I** 5en57. I.. raoat arreenad paraa *ulilde .
'55 INTERNATIONAL . . . . . $395 tndaitnai aaalar ..... RednratfLeahr alii. 1700. Omar, MU 1rHREB -. FOR : .. . ., " "'\rm''i'1 I.It .
ReMe, Tl* Kartn II... ,. I I '

MI-4341 _lIa LAKOB _.. Iwp71 HOMEOWNERSFIRE.WIND M l T Y' OAt: 'M.ql) S :
55 INTERNATIONAL 1 Ton. . . room ... batha. aareenad w tE.LI : ,
i 141 WatKtreat PrepertyACRinCB pone, atllltr room wU* .... .
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'51 INTERNATIONAL L.185 Tractor $695 C a D A B SINS. PARR, mo Ja/i* aireat.irlck .
13.... I 1541... panel ataaanauaa four badroooia mrs .battia,I LIABILITY
9190 caih ar ..... ill rermica kitchen" Two ear,
'56 DIAMOND T Tractor Diesel . $4900 Lewis lota (ran aaa. 9* art aaeek '.araaa. ...... PLATE GLASSCOMMERCIAL
"a,.. croom 05_15551. whoala. 05Air H. IL 7woldnl.,. '
....,. I ..... ".... 00 55n Phen* 1.*4771. tr

'58 DIAMOND T Diesel . . . . $5900 304 w.... Dud .a'" ,3171 DBP04UT: M7M .....11\I,. 1 MISC. LINESOF
''100 PT Lttofmt. U anlea aaetof .I' Mtadow earner Cam baa
Lakeland aa Lak* HateMaakaUt Rd i. Ihre. btdroomi Clt ISatlia
'59 DIAMOND T Tractor Diesel . $5600 kn (ar lala M 94500, Hah. 1 . hardwood floore III>lplo,.
and drr Can 55 br. bat M 4x.1509. 553-5725 tip INSURANCEYOU'LL
unmee ar Miami B<* C.
. $5900 R. L. Oardaer. B U .... ar IU'.I MONTHTat
58 MACK B-61 . . . . . Leta at tt.k.. _11f. toll $61.85 PER

Main ... Ptiona MO a.33. GET BETTER

'57 GMC Tractor . . . . . . . $750 I II bedroan CB borne al 1010 SERVICE
: 150 MiKallaneevfOMsa
W... Canal IB Rawla Park Par
maat maladea tatea, InearaaaaprMelpa &
'56 GMC 1 Ton Cab i Chassis . $495 I i ) and .."' ... (2M do.*
,. POB coLORta o. irraTRBR

'61 JEEP Pick-Up 4x4 . II. . $1255 WEaT OP WEBBTER. t.! PHOKB ia-n SPECIAL IIULLETINSee -

i3 AND 4 .mllOO..13OO DOWN PLUS

'57 JEEP Pick-Up 4x4 . . . . . $885 ,TO MEL: PDA RCDT.O9ALIPIBO aiALTOR.: BOTEM 112'7 B OWNER SALE $$$$$$$$ The World's Fastest

l..ncoR14. 690-4107 ANYTIME NO DOWN PAYMENT SAVED ON Super-Stock Cars in Action At
'59 AUTO CAR Diesel Tractor . $5500 I Corm. lot wltn tarta *.... :1 .bedaora .
r frame ..... .ltn woodrioori YOURINSURANCE
: CLA99iriO, OIIIAY. : Claus I* Central Aeaavhool .
58 AUTO CAR Diesel . . . . $6500 Tjeaiur.. II aoo at M*M4-71IJ....&II. CIIIG9 ar

Wt alt* hove pickups, pussy, dump J tracks, eta MI.7all. PREMIUMS -

If you have fcanliaj tit, wt can equip; ,... $50 PER MONTH i YI SCIIECK SATURDAY-MAY 2ND-1 P.M. (SHARP)

t and S bill ear frame name.* Featuring The Following
that mutt be sold tmmedtntalrM I
maufrinc. a* awein. aeat. a* Nationally Known Cart and Drivers -
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Minimum parrne
Mat Beedr* Irtt rer trailer funl. . .-....-ra* mete la Por mforvauanptoon WITHABBOTTHECKES 'The Rebel"-Beecher Wyatt

&RUCKTOWNSjP ( 955.MU* Moodar tarxwa Prtdar II "Great Southern Goat"-Hugh Ogelsby

H295DICK'S 2-6118 'The Rebel Rouser" Tucker Johnson

I DIVISION Of LAKILAND 0D) CMPl5. .. ISI LEDGER co. Special Built Tampa Dragway Car-Billy Herndon

1410 W. M.morioillyd. Ph. MU 6-2159 AUTO SALES CLASSIFIED ADS Ill S. T.,.. SEE YOU ALL SATURDAY! !

Ph. MU 2-5IIJ
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