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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 19, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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I LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 209 LAKELAND FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 19, 1964 L \ PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS

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Nudist Colony Formi4.-r''1< LakelandPLANT I



CITY A nudist col- while Is distributing literature ly is being developed along The confirmed nudist believesit

ony li being organized to serve asking, "Do you wish to attend lines suggested by one of the Is both pleasant and healthfulto

Plant City Lakeland, Winter the local nudist park?" and then national associations of sun- dispense with clothing whenIt
Haven, and other Central Ridge
communities The Ledger learn. listing the name of the association bathers Safeguards are to be is possible to do so. Becauseof

ed yesterday. and a Lakeland post office installed to prevent "invasion"by that belief, nudism has become -

A tract of 400 acres between box (P O Box 3102). curiosity-seekers and also a booming weekend and
Plant City and Lakeland hat The property to be developedis keep members from inadvertently vacation activity for individualsand
been purchased by an organisa in Hillsborough County near offending neighboringhome families.In '
lion known as "Natural Assocla. the Polk line, approximatelyhalf or property owner Daytona Beach the nudist
lion" and Is to be developed asa way between Plant City and Florida already has several association maintains an active
sunbathers colony Lakeland. Extensive swimming, nudist colonies which operate speakers' bureau and supplies
The organization Is headed by boating and out- f-door recreational quietly and without interference speakers (fully clothed) to Rotary
Richard Schmidt who reportedly facilities are being planned from the law A large one is Lions, Clvitan and other
has attorneys working to obtain an informant told The situated about 20 miles north of civic clubs The speakers tell of
the necessary re-zoning of Ledger. Tampa and another near Daytona the health and recreational benefits
YID i 8 the property Schmidt mean- The proposed colony reported- Beach. of nudism.

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Winfer Haven Named
WouldBe

true'Pails, ,,..//t. .f the Winter.v.. JuitUr Chamber .( Commtrc |itl Kit winning
ropey I. MiuC."t Ana Ste...., It-r..r-ol4, 4...gKtar .! Mr. end. Mrs. R. W. Sto.... .f L..k.
Wclti. Mm St...". *.. ch..... Miss WinNr H...* in cirtmonln 1.1t l night In a cwtctt tp.mor4ly '
tit. Winter H.v.n J.rc.... She .!.. w.. n.m.d. Miu tatur 1964 by the P.lk Cminty Chlr.- During 1970sWASHINGTON
prtcron AuMidion. (L..fff. Phot By Hughi)

(W)President Johnson ordered a ? '

Carol Ann Stevens Named sweeping study Saturday of military manpower policiesto :

determine whether the draft can be eliminated in
I the 1970s.

Johnson made the announcement at his second
1964 Miss Winter Haven news conference In three days, ____
this one a minute session in .i
t. his office, not announced in advance LA
Air Crash
By TOM HUGHES er, president of the Winter Only five girls participated L
Ledger Staff Writer Haven Junior Chamber of In this year's Miss Winter The President said Secretaryof f sbr
WINTER HAVEN Carol Commerce which sponsoredthe Haven contest The other Defense Robert S, McNa Kills 49 I __
Ann Stevens, a year-old contest three participants were Barbara mara will undertake the one
Winter Haven beauty, was Dr. Walter Sligh. Lakeland, Sue Thames 19, daughter year study to "consider altema In Arabia
Crowned Miss Winter Haven of president of the Polk County of Mrs. Helen L Thamesof tives to the present draft selec :
1964 during ceremonies heldat Chiropractors Association I 3123 Avenue F, NW, Joyce tlon system, including the possibility -
Nora Mayo Hall here last awarded the Miss Posture Anne Addison, 21, daughter of of meeting our require- BEIRUT Lebanon (AP) -

night trophy to Miss Stevens Mr and Mrs. Lester C. Addison ments on an entirely voluntary Divers reached the wreckage of
f The brown haired brown Named of 1518 Avenue H, NE; basis in the next decade a jetliner in the Persian Gulf
eyed professional dance teacher Runner-Up and Janice Graham 19, daughter Asked if this foreshadows a
Saturday and ,
a daughter of Mr and Named runner-up in the of Mr, and Mrs. Edsall cutback in military strength, 'reported' they + e t
% Mrs, R. W Stevens of LakeI Miss Winter Haven contest Graham of 604 tth St., NW. the chief executive said: "1 haw given,' up.. iu trjfte of rc .
''I Wales, was also named Miss was Linda Carole Lea 21, of Contestants participated in wouldn't want to anticipate the ling any survive' !.among fin"l
Correct Posture 1964. 599 Avenue H, SE. The blonde, swim suit..,talent and formal results\ of that study Of course,"persons-including 23 '
I Miss Stevens" of 2015 26th blue-eyed stager! is the daughter tveoinf' gown competition be- It is the hops of everyone that: aboard, an airline spokesman
\ ( St, NW. was crowned. Miss of Mi>...*afl.d .Mrs. William. tensions in the world can ease, said.
I Winter Haven by Bruos Park. Walter Lea of Lebanon. Tenn (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 2). that we can bring about .disarmament The French-built' Caravelle o f : Rusk, .Visifs Viet 'NamSrrnman I
that we can tak* part Middle East Airlines-Air Liban
'" of the resources that are''now plunged into the gulf while try- Prtmkr Nfuyt Kh..h of Vise Him poiti In Ml .fflce! In'S&lg'n with visiting U. S.

Laos .Summit Talk Folds going Into military production ing to land In a swirling sandstorm Secretary of Stat. Dan Ru....'At right ft U S. Ambassador. Henry C.b.r L....*. A", ...t.. Murrty
; and protection" and "spend Friday night'at Dhahran, net was thrawn roun4 kwok .ft., Commttniit terrorists rantwtJ their bombing, .tt.ckl .* Amtrlc' M.AP r
them on a better society and a Saudi Arabia. It was Just thrte r
II'
( Wirtphtr* vi!I. rod. from S greater society"Drafts minutes from landing
the end of a two-hour nonstop(
RenewedCivilWarFeared 1,000 Monthly
i Draft calls this year have run flight from Beirut. Rusk Assures Viet Nam
Plane Lost Contact
between 18,000 and 12000
PLAINE DES JARRES, Laos agree on ways to neutralize the Despite Souvanna's statement monthly. I Visibility at the time 11:30
(AP-A summit conference of royal capital I that he will submit his resigna- Politics again figured promI- p.m. fluctuated between 300
the three leaders of Laos's coalition y If Souvanna resigns chaos Is'tion to the king Souphamouvong -nently in Johnsons give-and-I feet and 1,300 feet. The pilot Villagers Of U. s. Help ,/
government collapsed\ Saturday expected to prevail In Laos and expressed hope that the take with newsmen. In responseto was reported making a normal ;
and Prince Souvanna,the situation could be as it was three leaders will resume meetings one question, Johnson seemedto I landing .pproach.when: the
1 Phouma announced he will ask''before the coalition was formed to solve the Laotian prob- concede that Sen. Barry plane lost contact With the tower By PETER ARNETT him on his arrival Friday wa I strong man premier Maj Gen
1 King Saving Vathana to be re- in June 1962 when this, land-'lem because he said "One Goldwater of Arizona is the in Dhahran SAIGON, South Viet Nam. tightened after a terrorist bomb, Nguyen Khanh in a U.S. Air
lieved as premier. His departure 1 locked kingdom was torn by party "cannot solve the problem ront.runner for the Republican Most of the Americans aboard (AP) US. Secretary of State exploded in a military bus here i Force C123.
could spark full\ civil war civil war alone. I presidential nomination. were employed or connectedwith Dean Rusk toured relatively early Saturday, wounding two, Rusk shook hands with scoresof
The idea of the rightist neu Johnson related that he talked the Arabian American Oil peaceful regions north of Saigon U.S, servicemen. Vietnamese and told them I
tralist and leftist meeting waste Friday to a man "very knowl- o.-Aramco-which has headquarters Saturday and told villagers\ Blasts Planned "we in the United States are ,,,
1 turn the royal capital of Luang edgable in public affairs" who and a complex for Its'"we are with you every day, every your comrades In arms in this
Prabang into the temporary thought Goldwater might go''employee at Dhahran. I week, until victory is Police Intelligence reportssaid fight" against Communist guerrillas '
into the GOP nominating convention the Communists planned a
administrative capital in an at. ach leveeS.II .
Dhahran said
r in with 632 Reports from series of bomb explosions dur-
some
tempt to solve Laos' year-old July only one body had been recovered U.S. and South Vietnamese I He predicted that some day Ij
I votes and that more than 500 watch ing Rusk's three-day visit with
crisis security men kept a grim the Communist Hanoi regimewill
and rescue operations were
votes "looked like a pretty solid in the belief Communist suicide electrical transformers, US In-
"and brothers
disappear -
No Results Reached ontlnuing your
and American
tallatlons ve-
figure squads might try to kill Rusk.: in the North can Join la
you
Referring to Goldwater Johnson Rescue operations were being 'hicles the targets
Souvanna, a neutralist, came Stringent precautions were Ineffect among a free, unified Viet Nam"
out of a field tent in which the said, "I think he will be up impeded by rough weather, in Saigon, to which Rusk' Wearing a brown short- '
leaders had been meeting for there pretty high" which began easing slightly aft returned at dusk. The massive sleeved sports shirt. Rusk made Khanh, however, gave Rusk a 1
and said no results Declining to announce Ms own set to shield a flying field trip with the sobering assessment of the war
two days net
had been reached. He had conferred tI a candidacy for. election the (Turn- to Page- < A,_ Colul1'ln3)- -_. )-r--ground- -- up situation In a 90-mlnute meeting
with Gen Phouml Nosa- President said, "I try to keepas before the take off and in their
faction leader far away from partisanshipand erelt private discussions during the
1? van the rightist d
4 and Prince Souphanouvong I. campaigning as 1 can. 1 try rip.
leader of the pro Communist I to keep my political speeches Major Attacks Staged
Pathet Lao and half-brother of restrained."
The chief executive said he P RACE FOR GOVERNOR The guerrillas have staged
Souvanna. attacks In
some major recent
Souvanna. who has been premier wants to "be president of all the
people and do what I think is weeks and contrary to previoustactics )
told news-
for 2Z months
have showed an inclinedlion
best for all the people: not Just 11
men: stand and *
best for Democrats but best for to fight.
"Upon my return to Vientiane. all Americans." Bloc Talking with newsmen, the
(permanent administrative capital High Charges 'Big Money' premier said he told Rusk the
) I will make a report to his Opposition Grieves Him Communists can be expected to

majesty the king. ---- -- He said It Is "very damagingto intensify their efforts later this
Because: of my Inability to AP Wlr ph.t* the American nation to have year and launch "more determIned -
solve the Laotian problem I will opposition for opposition's sake Helping Dickinson's Campaign moves" against the
ask the king to relieve me from" and to have blind opposition South Vietnamese forces
functions of coalition premier The Inside He said "It grieves me" to see Accompanying R.u s k and
depressed On also blasted at state Sen. log weeks of the campaign
He looked grim party-line opposition to measures By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Khanh were US. Ambassador
and nervous. Asked if the king Scott Kelly. Police had been on the alert fo U.S.
"calculated to benefit all Miami's Mayor Robert King Henry Cabot Lodge, Army
would accept his resignation Americans" but he did not go that "Back In May of 1960" he said possible racial demonstrations Chief of Staff Gen Earle &
Souvanna replied: "I don't Two Of A Kind into specifics.The High charged interest"today supported Gov.'big "Kelly promised legislation that against Burns, but none devel- Wheeler and the commander of

know." chief executive said he Farris money Bryant's campaign four would restrict campaign spend oped. American forces In Viet Nun,
Souvanna was scheduled to would have something to say ing to $250,000 per candidate Mathews took another poke at Gen Paul D Harkins -
and of the
leave April 23 with the king on Zebras, convicts and young ladies In striped coats "about the responsibility of the years ago interests" "many backing "Kelly was stirred into this action the proposals of Dickinson, for Rusk was a guest of Khanflat
now are -
state visits to France and Britain apparently will be In fashion this spring according to same when the 1960 candidate. mer state senator from West a state dinner
It was reported in Paris this picture tram a recent fashion show In West Berlin.\ (Turn to Page I-A, Column 5)) Fred O. Dickinson close to $2 million he Palm Beach. Rep Fred Karl of night lLakelander

p however, that because of his Fashion notes and other Items of Interest to women will During the 1960 campaign, spent said. "But this Is 1964, and, as Volusla County urged consideration .;.
President I C of SpringIs High said, Dickinson claimed of human needs In the state
prostate operation be found starting on page today's Ledger. 13 had received
of April Kelly
Charles de Gaulle had informedthe also the time for strange college\ antics, like the one Two Military that Bryant sold"his soul to the $331.173 In contributions. He will Kelly again promised to seek k
Laotians he could not receive described on page S-A, lor tourists, such as the ones de- special interests, High told the receive $450,000 for the first primary -repeal of the $35-milllon-a-year
the king and Souvannaand scribed on page 10-A who are overrunning the land of Planes CrashIn Florida Petroleum Marketing increase in auto tag taxes. Avoids Death *
that a later date would Lyndon. Other articles In today's Ledger tell you about Association, "but if his crown what four "I have been labeled a con
OhioWILMINGTON
said "It's funny years
Bud Dickinson, hedid
have to be set new ways to combat shoplifters (page 2-A), the war In prince, 1 won't argue the point. can do to a point of view." I servative candidate," he said. In Air Crash :
Reds Control Border Viet Nam (pageA) and a Lakeland soldier who Is the "If this means applying bus!
Ohio (AP- he is close High said Bryant was quotedIn
"I believe enoughto A Lakeland man Samuel
selected to stand guard at the Tomb of to state
c ever ness principles government
has been feuding youngest "for
Souphanouvong A civilian Information officerat Bryant to know what was 1956 as saying that every Jones of 711 South Johnson escaped >
Unknowns at Arlington ( J-D). These are a 1 am proud to wear the
with the neutralists and the the page Clinton County Air Force promised and to whom. dollar the big contributors gave, death or serious injury
r rightists for more than a year. few of the Interesting and Informative articles In today's Base said two military planes they expected two dollars In return badge Kelly said yesterday when the small plan
His forces control about 1,000 Ledger. were reported to have crashed Promises Said Made ." "I will strive for efficiency In which he was riding crashed
I miles of border with Red China near her Saturday night. "Many of the big money Interests $700,00 Contributed and economy In the govt nment on take off at a Toronto, Cant-
and Communist North Viet The officer Edward L. who supported Bryantare and not try to figure out who da airport. The pilot was reported
and Phouml Schurr said he did not knowIf But he said Bryant made no tax next." :
Nam. Souvanna now supporting Dickinson, we can killed. ,f
accuse the Pathet Lao of expanding Amusements ........ 7-D Sports ........?........ I.4-D the planes crashed In the and the same promises and concessions mention of this in the 1960 campaign Mathews told a Winter Haven Details of the crash could not

their influence steadily Bridge ............."...... 6-A Stocks-Finance 10-11C air or If the accidents were have been made In exchange when he reported In ex- group of voters that his campaign be obtained lilt night. Jones,
with the aid of the Chinese and coincidental. for Dickinson's million\ cess of $700,000 In contributions. was on the upswing and an engineer for Gulf Engineer
North Vietnamese. Citrus ............."..... 8-D Women ................ 1-8-C He said the planes were C- dollar war chest. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- should peak on the May 5 election in Lakeland, was in Canada on
But the issue that broke the Weather Map ...... 6-A Ills from the 907th Troop Car- "If It was true In 1960 for a sonville told an audience of day. a mine consulting Job and was
summit conference was the Classified .......... 9lZD6A Editorials ............ 4-A Air rler Force Group Base at Clinton County candidate to sell his soul to about 800 listeners at a fish fry He urged voters to "use your enroute to the mine when the

question of Luang Prabang Conference as Deaths .......".......... Horoscope ...?. ... 7-D It was not known Immediately raise big money, as stated by in Jacksonville that State Sen. minds and not Just your hearts, light plane to crashed. He was expected
return to
the administrative capital. how Mr. Dickinson 1 ask td whom John Mathews Is showing "emo- I Lakelandast
sources said Phouml were on the many planes.occupants, has he sold his soul in 1964." tional desperation" in the clos (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 6)) night. .
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I-A LAgELA1VD LEDGER, Sundap, Apr019,1964
'I De Gaulle's ConditionSaid


:Shoplifters Cause ProblemsIn 'Very Satisfactory'PARIS ,

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\ (AP) President ficlal lunch by Pompldou Instead ttf
Packaging Of Groceries Charles de Gaulle took a few I of De Gaulle.Speculation .

KNOWN (orVATutTj steps In his hospital room Satur Begins
day and ate a normal lunch on
I NEW YORK (AP)-.Why have get them past the check out-and for the bulky sheets of the first day after his secrecy The operation touched off anew ,
'they started sealing otf the ends girl cardboard which
on small items shrouded prostate operation Fri wave of speculation about
of wax paper rolls? Switch Items are mounted-harder to pocket. De Gaulle's future. been
day. A medical bulletin called It has
SOUTHGATEONLY Why do they deliberately use Also' says Barksdale an attempt Barksdale recounted these In- his condition "very satis reported that De Gaulle knew
'different size packages far products to standardize a line or stances in discussing the 33rd factory." last December that an operation
that aren't different sizes? frozen foods in convenient National Packaging Conferenceand
Associates reported the president -would be necessary This may
I The answer says JulianBarksdale same-size packages raised problems National Packaging Exposition !- would stay In the hospital well have been in his mind when
vice president of the 1 They found that some being held by the Amerl about 10 days then spend about,he told a January news confer-
Whitman's Chocolates divisionof I shoppers would switch products can Management Association another week convalescing, ence "I cannot and do not wishto
Pet Milk Co. and an experton and for instance take home a starting April 20. Barksdale Is '
SUNDAY probably at his country estateat reply" to a question as to
packaging. Is shoplifter. $173 lobster in a macaronl-and an association officer and will Colombey-les.Deux.Egllses in whether he would seek election
,
Supermarket managers have cheese carton with a 38-cent chair several of the conference eastern France.Information for a new seven.year term as
found that some thieves will tag, sessions
president In
12-7 P.M. slip amall objects tubes of Barksdale said that efforts to Face Challenges I from the' sick IKS.
room on De Gaull, direct
for Instance
toothpaste or shampoo ,thwart dishonesty also account ;
I
-Into the hollow rolls of'for some of the hard-to-open Jar Barksdale said that thwarting orders was limited to a few Florida LifeInsurance
!wrapping paper and therebyperrrrrrrrr ops-lid switching is common I thieves is only one of many basic and reassuring facts The
State BrandFERTILIZER ,err challenges package designersface. bulletin issued said only: "Gen.
I-------------------- de Gaulle passed a good night, TotalsHit
I They'must also keep in mind took some nourishment and took W4a
I I the particular wants of wareI several steps in his room. His Billion
RECIPE t g I housemen, and the fact that retailers -condition is very satisfactory." $19 ..
I are very jealous of their No News Expected
6-5-5 r FOR A HAPPY LIFE shelf space. The retailers won't TALLAHASSEE (APState
99C r.i r. I stock a package that takes up: No further official news is expected Insurance Commissioner J, Ed-
50 Peuinl I too much room and they Insist before Sunday morning. win Larson reported today that a
1 Toko one well-fitt.d Sonofone heorlngL I on loading shelves the handiest But government officials were nearly {19 billion worth of life
Bog op I way for their purposes. busily explaining that there is insurance was In force In Florida -
k no lapse in power, that all contingencies at the end of 1963.

I 2 Rakw end listen. .... j r A Winning RecordNEW The special had command been telephonefor foreseen. For comparison Larson said,

PETUNIASDouble I I Go bock to church end your social/ Wm. H. Wiles France's budding atomic' only about $18 billion worth was '>
HAVEN. Conn (fl In force In 1940.
bo younelf on the ,Job Enjoy
Sfoup. Yale athletic force has been installed in Pre-
I everything you've been mining/ 15 Iiar* teams compiledan mier of- Larson made the comments In
over-aU record of 192 victories Georges Pompidou's i

Hybrid I Senofone I 148 defeats and 4 ties during ice, and all pending business Marking Florida Life Insurance HAND HOLDS BOY'S LIFI-Donny Now.ll. Ji-yeer-old fey

the 1962-63 academic year had been far enough advanced Week set for April 20-26. who helped hold HIM balloon Jut| before t...-.H, didn't let fo latime. .

Everblooming4l SONOTONE of LAKELAND Three In the rivals competition Harvard with and Big before De that Gaulle went to the National Park Service con- H.,. ho danglet from the line hundredf ., feet In the air, I
hospital there will be
I Princeton the Ells came out inconvenience.A so no servationists fear that lack of H. was carried, 1,000 hat before the balloon allot discovered the
I 217 E. Lemon St. Ph. MU 2-7816 third, however on the varsity water could burn away the .0'' plight. He mod ." Immediate dexent. The bay only uttered
level. message was sent off to the
/ Harvard won 12 of 20 Everglades National Park. ." injured h."... t L--------------------J_ and Princeton 12 of 22. I king of Laos, however saying
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that De Gaulle would not be
able to receive him for a scheduled -
official visit to Paris. April. New Japanese Train Designed
1 28-30., New dates will be set for
ALTSRed the trip, When U Thant secre- I
tary-general of the United Nations -
and Yellow I comes to Paris April 27 To Travel 126 Miles Per Hour i
he will be entertained at an of- J iJ

PALMER He Will ........................... ODAWARA. AP It
Quart Says : Japan ( ) broad-gauge railroad a billion- through 65 tunnels and over I
5/l/ I Is called Yume.No-Chotokkyu dollar project begun In 1958 and 3,100 bridges. For 61 miles of ,
Can Se #; l the dream super-express. WhenIt now 90 per cent complete. the route they will move on ele
f Be a FULL Time Supervisor of Registration . I flashes over the rails at 126 Follows Old Road vated trackage over highways,
1 !: HOMEOWNERS', towns and other railways.The .
e Continuously promoting the Importance of being miles an hour on Oct 1 all The line cuts through Japan's Japanese National Rail
registered. I: INSURANCE Japan will hold its breath and Industrial heartland, and will ways government-owned corporation
WAX I: Special Low Rata pray It doesn't become a night- serve 70 per cent of its people. which will run the line,
Lead the fight to lower the voting age to '. forNONDRINKERS mare super-express. I It follows the old Tokaldo Road says it Isn't worried but it Isn't
eighteen. : ONLY : Undergoing extensive finaltests over which samurai courtesans going to take any chances.
BEGONIA39c l dAJ-I. here. it Is the world's fastest merchants and foreign envoys The trains will not run at top
Get the job done oil year long . :i +-t t : train holder of the world''traveled from Tokyo to the imperial capacity at the outset. They will
every year, .
INSURANce speed record of 1S3,6 m.p,h. capital of Kyoto a century ,take 41/ hours for the' Tokyo-
forgetting "political expediency". : COMPANY' : One of a stable of snout- Osaka journey, with the time

I call today i iI nosed, cream-colored electric ago.This route Is designed to take gradually dropping to 3 if safety .
?hose Who Know Him Will Vole for Him" I: for : thoroughbreds, it eventually will the strain off the old narrow- factors warrant
':: your Preferred Risk rates : cut the running time between gauge Tokaldo Line now at Brakes AutomaticThe
,
Pa. P.l Mv. t' 1 Tokyo and Osaka from 61/a near-saturation point with 120
: .
LAMAR H FILMING :
I INSURANCI ASINCY hours to 3. The distance is 322 passenger trains and 770 freight trains will have an auto-
/ 1 t l 1 / 1 : ease. a. Pests. Ov.. :. miles. ,trains on peak days. Though the matic braking system called
f I ": Ma MT ....4071MWM The automatically controlled old line's mileage is only :3 per ATC or automatic train control
COLEUSQuart 1' ........ ; ..........J rains will use Japan's firs. cent of the national railway_ total
it handles 25 per cent of all Operating on a transistorizedtrack
freight and passenger traffic. to -cab communications
Split-second timing over this system, ATC will slow the trainif
SHOP MONDAY AND 9:30 A.M. has contributedto it gets too close to one In frontof
19C FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND congested route
Can accidents. It, pick up speed when the
danger has passed. It will select
Japanese Uneasy a proper track when moving -
Japanese who are uneasy at Into stations and halt the
the speed and timing of the old train if the motorman happensto
SALVIARed line are beginning to wonder nap.
about feats of engineering Involved The railroad will have no lev-
I in the new one. The el crossings, thus eliminating
White, Purple I trains will hurtle at the top permitted collisions with automobiles,
I \l/J1 ,of' speed 126 miles an hour. trucks and pedestrians.. 'I
f
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Can I 't'I King Hussein I Visits J


I qij floss Brothers is Cape Kennedy Saturday I IOn


CAPE KENNEDY (AP-King) the schedule were visits to /
CUPEAUSi! Fur Hussein I of Jordan flew here mission control center where f
t1aa4 Storage
i, ,. yesterday for a fast-paced firsthand manned space flights are directed
r report on American progress and astronauts practiceIn
Quart in space exploration a Gemini simulator ; A
3/'I/ An Air Force Jet brought the launching pad where a Saturn
Can Country King and a party of 12 Jordanians 1 rocket reaches more than 17
here from New York City. stories into the sky; A hangarto
The group, which lion a 18-, view the syncom satellite,
day tour of the United Sates! and a Saturn 1 blockhouse.The .
Includes Hussein's 17ytkold king planned to spend
CHICKENGIZZARD brother, Prince Hassan Iba Ta- last night in Palm Beach. He
v al. is scheduled to visit Cyprus
Gardens today for a session of
The 28-year-old Middle Eastern -
water skiing
"' monarch started his planned
five-hour stopover at Cape Ken-
.. nedy with a filet mignon luncheon STUDENT VOTINGON
Red and Yellow :/ hosted by Dr. Kurt Debus, MACHINES
I director of the Kennedy Space LOUISVILLE (AP) -Studentsat
; :enter, and Brig. Gen. Harry the University of Louisvilleand
'_) J. Sands Jr., commander of 19 high'schools in the area
4$1MARIGOLDS/ the Air Force Missile Test Cen- will have no excuse If they fall
ter. to learn about voting machines.The .

0.' Experts briefed the king on I machines trade-Ins on
I il four major U.S. space programs -- new ones the county purchased,
: Gemini, which seeks to'were given to the schools to
i send a pair of astronauts into'instruct students In the mechanics -
f f The time for storing furs Is precisely now? Precious
your orbit in the same capsule late of voting, for classroom
I .. cashmere, and leather should be cored for like fine furs, this year; Apollo, the man-on- studies and student elections.

Quart 'v ; '! '9 properly cleaned and stored! Trust Macs Brothers' Fur communications the-moon project;satellite The Syncom and Legend has It that Damascus,

Can SC ;fit; yr r Storage . place your fine furs and coats in the hands the Saturn 1 super-rocket, fore- Syria was founded by Noah's
g < runner of the Apollo booster after Great Flood.
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4LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April II, KM TAMING THE IRON HORSE Needs
Rights Bill



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Very Careful Study;;*

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'He's Just A Boy!' '' :'. ,

;i It I Is 'Explosive': ,

Today marks the opening of the an- next day to Lakeland General and,

nual fund campaign of the American after a series of tests and several con

Cancer Society In Polk County, We sultants were called in, they operatedon WASHINGTON By DAVID LAWRENCE..; There's a to whether begins with racial five discrimination guests or- !

could recite a column or two of statistics July 18 and told me there was no real "mess in Washington-" any other fixed figure; It refers

which "prove" the usefulness of medical help as it was so far advanced.I probably one of the worst In only to "equal protection

this dedicated agency. But, somehow, remember saying, ""Not Paul; he's American history. For the of the laws."

we believe that.the following letter, received just a young boy!" Contrary to what I Congress of the United States, AlSO SENATOR Hubert
Intimidatedand i I
by The Ledger from Mrs. Elea- may have believed, children are very frighten. Humphrey of Minnesota ont

nore S. Palmes, speaks with greater prone to have cancer, and it Is becom- ed by street of the Democratic leaders,
force than all the statistics ever compiled , ing more common with each year. Even demonstrations ,, says that there ought to be'
in the bill against
something
babies may be born with cancer. and any job-quota guarantees and

Mrs. Palmes, a Kathleen housewife, pre.lllreIroups., has that this would reduce the
writes-"Many of you who read this "I HAD NO hospitalization policy. abandoned"law concern of some of ,the. bill's
will recall the illness and untimely Paul's doctor referred me to Mrs. and or- opponents. But will it satisfy

death, due to cancer, of my 16yearoldson Dodge, the head of the Polk County der" in respect the Senator Negro Everett pressure Dirksen groups,?of
to
certain
Paul Holland last Cancer Society, There could never be
Joseph September legislative Illinois, the Republican leader
I keenly feel that many may not words to describe the kindness, compassion pro.cedures. who in general favors the

fully comprehend the all-out effort and the immediate attention ,. It LAWRENCE House "civil rights" bill, has
made by the A.C.S. of Polk County in Paul's case received. 1L II looks now as If the "civil been struggling with t be''
rights" I legislation will be bogged phraseology of amendments i
son's behalf. Not once did. I waver "Even though there was no hope
my down in a morass of hun for the last several weeks and i
in the belief and knowledge that everything for Paul's recovery, except God's will, dreds of proposed amendments is trying to get some kind of :

humanly possible was done by he was taken to Winter Haven Hos- and changes agreement among Republican ''I
and for three The Senate, instead of send. senators so ai to reduce pub-
Mrs Rena Dodge and our local Cancer pital, Snively Wing, '
bill lic to the bill.
ing the House-passed to opposition
weeks the most extensive and
given
Society. a committee to consider all Since the amednments are1 !
expensive care available, cobalt treatments the amendments and then coming from both the Northern I''

"PAUL HAD BEEN loading water- r recommend a bill to the whole and the Southern Senators >

melons for several days In Kathleen, "His room was lovely and his doc- _' I"A..' body, adopted an entirely. dif it is estimated that the,
ferent strategy to try to tola' number proposed might
prior to reporting to the Foodtown tors, nurses and nurse aides were remarkable amend the bill during the debate reach 1,000. It's a fantastic

Grocers for regular work. His hopes people. Nothing was left un- THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Itself. Originally this situation, and just when the
were sky-high for his senior year, be- done. I have told Paul's story in the was planned In order to avoid Senate is going to get through
cause he had been selected for the hope that the reader will understand delay in the Senate Judiciary with the bill is anybody's
Committee, because it was
DC.T He had his job to aid him what is being done here. There was Increasing Role For WomenEDITOR feared by the advocates of the

through the final year, and was look no cure for my son, but science is to bill that the measure wouldbe liati nIJl Alfl.in

ing forward to graduation, then the near the breakthrough that there could tied up there indefinitely.
Congratulations But it out that
now turns
service. be a different story told later by somebody are due the editors of THE The Ledger'sOpinion City CrewFeatherbedding amending the bill on the floor guess. It Is being freely pre-
"On July 10, he started mowing the you love." SOUTHERN, student newspaper of the Senate means a far dicted that the confusion will
yard and complained of back pains. So ends Mrs. Palmes' message to at Florida Southern College Page ? more lengthy process than get to be so extensive that
for holding a poll on the ever was envisioned if the when the Senate bill is completed .
calledour the mothers and fathers of Polk County
His abdomen seemed swollen. I EDITOR I had
recently occasion
advisability of electing a woman This editorial peg off.,. bill had gone to the commit it will really be unsatis-
physician. Paul was admitted the Nothing need be added to it. President of the United the newipoper'i own opinions' to observe crew of factory to everybody It would
States. The poll is, of course, on mantra of currant Inttieit repairmen from the City of tee.The majority in the Senate then have to go to conference
prompted by the candidacy of in the editorial colu...... Ifwelceow Lakeland work on a streetlight could at any time have organized between the two houses and
the of
. A Lesson In DemocracyOne Margaret Chase Smith. r4n in the Voice opinioni of the that was out of commission. a select committee of be virtually rewritten. When
Those who have followed People C.lu...". Letter Mud its own to consider the bill this happens, President Johnson
from could not Senator Smith's Career will .b. signed end .beer the writ They were here for two and let hearings be held so may be expected to intervene
of the most outstanding success owning property. They :
almost certainly agree that "'* odaVeu, bur name will and one,half hours, during that all sides could! give their with his own versionof
stories in American history has been become citizens, so were barred from she Is superbly qualified, apart .b* withhold upon request A which time there were five arguments for and against the a bill, and perhaps defer

written by the Issei-Japanese immigrants occupations and professions requiring from sex, for the post. Her letter word.,they end.Id vena not eiteed cennot. 250.bo men on the job. At no time bill as well. as the proposed some controversial sections for
who came to America early in citizenship for license or membership.In faithfulness In meeting the responsibilities uied The Ledoor r*..rve* were more than two of these amendments But it seems further consideration in another .
the a dark of American history, of high office Is the right t* reject| .>ny letter men actually doing anything: novo that the Senate has com bill next year
century.For page shown in her attendance at or ihorten it. Opinion; ..fceluIII..i. the others were either lean mitted itself to the long-
the first time, a study is being both Issei and Nisei were uprooted meetings of Congress. This .,. ond other contributor ing against the truck, smokinga drawn-out procedure of tryingto SO FAR AS the general
made of these people 'who have done from their homes at the outbreak of stands in sharp contrast, for .pp.., oltewher* onthii cigarette, taking a drink of write a bill while every one public is concerned, it has
much to enrich American economic World War II and Interned behind instance, with the record of page. water, sitting on the ground, of its hundred members is been given the Impressionthat
and cultural life. will be barbed wire-this when fight- the Junior Senator from Florida or looking up at the man on given the opportunity to offer some kind of filibusteris
It probably we were who shares with Adam are indicative of increasing the ladder amendments. It may take going on In the Senate It.
the last such study, for most of themare Ing against the very Idea of concentration Clayton Powell the record for maturity among our women. months to deal with that kind self While the Southernershave

of advanced age. camps. f "I rfbsenteelm. LEO L, ROCKWELL ter By than my calculation 12 man-hours that's to bet re .of legislative mess. been making lengthy
T Those who have not followed speeches, the sad truth is 1
The University of California, / the
sup- \ pair light, for which the
I Smith's career WHEN
Senator\ THE HOUSE, In or- that the "civil bill
rights" is
ported by funds from the Carnegie MANY NISEI,however, served with should had the sketch of her Wonders Where taxpayer footed the bill. Is it der to avoid lengthy commit.tee not yet ready for considerationby
valor and distinction World War II Maxine Cheshire in the that not one of those men.had
Corp. and the Japanese-American Citizens in by hearings, permitted the senate and will not be
League, will collect first-hand and later in Korea, winning proportionately Saturday Evening Post for U.S: Is Headed the intelligence to figure the amendments to be' mad."on until amendments,have beensubmitted t
April 18. And those who are problem out by himself? Would the floor, the bill was changed for further debate 't'
accounts of in the battU'decorations than
Issei experiences more any not one assistant have been .
Idea of
prejudiced against the EDITOR If our liberty goes materially. When it passedthe later on. I
United States. This will be followedup other ethnic group.In women in high political office our lives won't be worth two enough to help him? Ot, is It, House, the proponents of I II
by a later survey of their children 1952, 'with the passage of the should read the book by that, cents (and) all business and as It appears, that we are pay the measure in the administration MEANWHILE, Senator John I
and grandchildren, the Nisei. McCarran-Walter Immigration and Na- distinguished anthropologist property will be state owned. ing the salaries of "featherbedders" and in Congress insist L. McClellan of Arkansas,
Ashley Montagu of Rutgers Our forefathers establisheda on these crews. ed that the bill was a perfect Democrat has warned that the
tionality Act, the.Issei were finally admitted University, entitled "The Nat. restrained government and AN OBSERVER measure and did not ,need passage of the "civil rights"bill
MOST MINORITY groups have suf- to citizenship.Far ural Superiority of Women. today we see a federal government (Name withheld by request) further amendment. But 4s the may produce "greater
fered discrimination and injustice upon from being bitter about their President Lyndon Johnson Injecting its fingers American people became discord, more hatred and strife
has recently shown his under into about everything. Invading aware of some of the (bill's among our people, and will
their arrival in the United States, but treatment, the Issei have raised their
standing of the high qualityof state' rights Our fore The Other Side drastic restrictions on privatelife create graver problems than
none more so than the Issei. They met children to be loyal and productive women officials by his appointment fathers established three inde- In this country, public any of those it is intended to
not only social discrimination, but in citizens. Juvenile delinquency among of women to high pendent branches of government To StabilizationEDITOR 'opinion began to assert itself. solve." He adds:
many states laws prevented them even the Nisei is virtually non-existent. office in the nation. Few men and today we see a Now even the proponents of "There are always groundsfor
can challenge the competence, president telling the people : I have just seen- the "civil rights" bill are beginning improvement, progress,
ss ssH for instance, of a woman like what must be done, telling your editorial of March 24 regarding to say that certain and some reforms, but those
H Too Many Late Late Movies? Esther Peterson. Congress what to do, and the the Quality Stabilization amendments are necessary. improvements will not be attained
And the future holds still Congress cooperating and a Bill. I am lure you wantto What is most disturbing is by compulsion or coercion
more promise for the participation Supreme Court usurping legislative know both sides-to be objective the utter indifference to constitutional ,"
Visitors to our shores inevitablycome Now comes an. Englishman, master of qualified women in functions. 'We had bet J In your columns-and questions. It Is Senator Frank J. Lauscheof
public affairs. The enlightened ter ask ourselves where are puzzling to read the bill pass- Ohio Democrat, who
armed with stereotyped imagesof tailor Peter Dewar! Haggart of London, for that reason I urge you to was
America and Americans which don't program of the League of we going. Matters will not read pages 29-38 of "Case for ed by the House, which says five times governor of his state
who says he finds "the average American Women Voters as well as the right themselves. As Edmund Quality Stabilization." that, if a motel or lodging and previously was mayor of .
last long once they arrive. Sometimes, a little more conservative, more changing attitude of women's Burke said, "The surest way house rents only five rooms, Cleveland, )las sounded a sober
though, it takes foreigner to show us Greek letter societies in the for evil to succeed is for good JOHN E. LEWIS the owner can discriminate.The rote of warning over the
that we often have wrong notions about quietly dressed than the average Eng colleges toward intelligent participation men to do nothing." (Secretary, Quality constitution does not extremes of the pressure
ourselves.One lishman." in public affairs, MRS. GOLDYA V, DOUGAL Brands Associates) make any such distinction as g cups.

traditional American view is Americans, he discovered to his sur-

that we-the men, at any rate-are prise, are favoring quiet patterns in

casual dressers who take no great In- their business suits. "I thought Ameri- 'Now About This Bobby Baker Case-' I

terest in clothes.: Comfort, not style, cans all wore dreadful ties and loud ,
is important thing.
I On the other hand, we think of the suits," he says "I suppose it is a revolt By RUSSELL BAKER people reverse their ruling. the callous disregard of the want to broadcast It, do we? to retain my law firm? . .
I limes Get 500 shares right sacred public trust which has . Talk to later .
Britisher as the epitome of sartorial against the Jazz Age. Jvrtto fyrk! : me away. you You get on the horn and re
"Welcome, ladies and Okay. I'll call you later. been shown by certain people "Now my neighbors out in
correctness-dark suit and muted tie, Or maybe Haggart merely saw too gen. mind Stupendum that I'm a \
tle-nen, to another network who are not even senators. radioland, I want you to clearly
bowler hat, cane or umbrella and all many old American movies on the mlnl that. "telly." brings you three minutes of as I was saying the "Yes this Is Simpkins , Issue in this Baker affair Is they better get themselves a
elevated thought by the na- question posed by the Bobby Oh yes, what I wanted to tell not the Senate itself, but only well situated law firm right
tion's most Baker case Is one of ethics. you is this: I was in the appropriations certain Senate employes. here at the capitol . Call
. Welcome Your Majesty! elevated think What kind of place would the committee yesterday There wasn't a single pieceof you later . .
ers. For to- Senate be if everybody who and I've got the location testimony that reflected unkindly "Well, fellow Americans
day's lecture, worked for it used his sacred where we're* going( to build on a single Senator, neighbors, children and
Our opportunity today to extend Land, has a climate similar to ours, and we go to the position of public trust . > the launching complex for the nor should there be. I ask household pets, it looks like
Florida's traditional welcome to King grows oranges and date palms. office of Sen Excuse me, but this tele- new Minotaur program. You'd you, neighbors if you cannot the clock has run out on me,
Hussein is one of the enlightened ator Cal Simp- phone's going again-Hello. better get down there first trust your Senator, who can but I want to leave you with
Hussein, of the Hashemite Kingdom of kins, who has A "Didn't I tell you never to thing in the morning and buy you trust? . Excuse me. this thought: You can rest
Jordan, is a reminder that there is no monarchs of the Arab world who has been keepingan call me at the office? . up five or six thousand acres this is the last phone call I'll assured that your Senate is
shown a genuine desire to improve the eye on the What do you mean you don't of that swampland cheap before take . not going to put up with a
real substitute for knowing a people lot of Ills people. Polk County peopleare Bobby Baker like the lavender wall-to.wall everybody In the Senate bunch of non-elected employes
firsthand glad to become better acquaintedwith Inveettgatlon.I carpeting? If you don't likeit gets onto It . I'll call you "HELLO. SIMPKINS speaking doing business in direct com-
back in a few minutes and . What do mean petition with your senators
you
in lavender, get it In Chin -
King Hussein already has much in the Jordan king. We hope he likes tor Simpkins.SenaBAKER ese Red , No, no, that color give you the site. We don't Stupendum TV doesn't want Bless you and keep you."
common with his Florida hosts. His us, too, and learns many things of interest "Fellow Americans, friends, would kill me if the place was
nation, a part of the revered Holy and value while he is with us. children, household pets. ever raided. Listen hang up
Bless you all. I want to speak now and I'll call you later
to you today as your neigh. . Of course 1 want you to
LAKELAND LEDGER bor about something that be happy. Baby . Bye now Potomac FeverBy
bothers us here in the Senate Bye, bye. ,
-this Bobby Baker business "Ah ladies and gentlemen,
"I know a lot of, you feel there's family life in Wash FLETCHER KNEBEL ,
aeDNSN eu11rin.rl tOHN roan MARRIeON COWLI vw flu. right bad that a staff officerof ington for you-my little Commenting on Barry Goldwater's 65 cent of the vote in Illinois liberal
I Imperial I I Polk CountyWorld's .........., lidN.MM I.. hut the Senate would his per ,
,.. ,. use daughter decorating her own be
I..te.r I..MITT .1'1'1. l commentators seem to saying that he went down to abject victory.
; A"e"q a soil SOS rowan position of sacred public trustto playroom. Now what was I
Citrus Center ,.: *
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'Y, .....?....Men.." M.".I.'OIIN.... assure you that we !In the aspects of this Baker thing. Defense Boss !McNamara feuds with Air Force Gen. LeMay over the state
Senate are even more alarmed Shocking stories are being of preparedness. LeMay is doubtful of our relative strength, but McNamara
about It than you are. Whatis whispered through the country believes there's ample power to win the election.
The LEDGER'S telephones : All Departments 686-1151 Involved here Is
the gravest Vicious rumors. Andthat's *
kind of ethical crisis-. all they are, nothingbut
SUBSCRIPTION RATU Excuse me, folks, while I get rumors. Not a word of President Johnson's daughters get Smokey Bear dolls from the Forest Serv
this telephone- proof was brought out in our ice. Or maybe it was the Bureau of Public Roads-as a reminder to daddy not
HOMi DiLIVIKVjOn "Hello. Yes, this is Cal investigation. Not a mentionof to burn up the highways.

per . . ... ... . $2140 On MeA ... ,. ., .n $ 1."J Simpkins . Can't it wait? these so-called call girls, *
Six month .. ... .e. $11.10 Wk . . . . . ... $ .45 , All right all right, I'll and there never will be if we Margaret Chase Smith gets a good vote for president in Illinois. But she'll
get Internal Revenue on the can help it. never settle for vice president. As a Yankee she's vice in
lady, against form.
Three ....II'h. $ 5 IS One '**', by veil . . S26.00 any
phone as soon as I finish *
broadcasting"here . What? "HOW WOULD THAT kind
. Sure they'll see it your of thing read in the uncommitted Senator Wayne Morse would abolish "fixing" of traffic violations in Wash-
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by way when I get through with countries of the world ington. Having run on the Republican, Independent and Democratic tickets,

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 them. If they get nasty aboutIt where we are engaged in the Morse will now run on the traffic ticket.
we'll rewrite the tax law great battle of men's minds? .

, Now listen, this stock Is No, fellow Americans, the Britain boosts taxes on cigarets and whisky, leaving women as the only
J going to loom after the tax shocking, ,part of this* case is safe habit-forming hobby: for a thrifty: man
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Yi. I LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday April I', 1M4 !S-A:1:


Republicans Launch CampaignTo aaaN



Show LBJ As Big Spender I


WASHINGTON (AP) Republicans to have gone a long way toward money from the defense budget .! 0
1 + A r"'kz + + have launched a con blunting the Republicans' favorite to spend on hit antipoverty
certed campaign to convince spending issue in the political program.
voters President Johnson Is a campaign.

record-breaking spender despitehis Reports brought back to Lady BullfighterHurt
call for frugality in govern- Washington by members of Congress DOWNTOWN I SOUTHGATE
ment. from their home states In
The current Senate Republican the Middle West indicate that In MishapTUNBIDGE 219 E. Main St. I I 2637 S. Florida Avf.
Policy Committee memo, Johnson is showing considerable I
designed to keep GOP membersup strength in ordinarily Republican WELLS, EnglandCAPAmerica's '. MU 2-7756 MU 6-4159
to date on campaign issues, areas largely because of his ( beautiful bull
contends that four out of five well.publicized economy efforts. fighter Sandra Landry-Injured I .
A appropriations bills passed by In an effort to counter this in a car accident near here _'I :'GIYfi 'GRE ttSJAMPS
the: House "call for more spending the policy committee memo was reported fairly comfortable:, r1{: ,
by hospital authorities Saturday
by the Johnson administra
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quoted Sen. J. Glenn Beall, R-
tion": than under President John night I
Md., a candidate for re-election,
F Kennedy. I that Miss Landry, 25, received a SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
as contending during the
broken and facial
The fifth bill, the memo said, first three months Johnson held' pelvis injuries
carried a $9.7-million reduction office "the government spent Thursday when the car in which
in funds for Congress and legislative -I more money than In any other she was riding was involved in
collision with truck. I
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agencies such as the three-month period in U.S. his-
Government Printing Office and ," Miss Landry, who calls Miami
THI RULES-Monr had little lamk, ,. the story (..., and t. ton ftl.cla FulUr ol the General Accounting Office. tory Fla., home, had flown to England -
Ottu...... Mcry'i lamb watn'r allowed .t school, but Ftllcio'i WM, In hc II woe .IICOU'.... to .. ... The Senate, tied in a civil billion Beall, said the total was $24.3 to have her portrait painted -
up topping
I The Kennedy's high- .
brnd.rg.rt..L. ot Stuart School In Ottvmwa, by Mrs Eldon ,
taught Stomplo h ; formtmntali.
: So Follci brought "'."'p.," for .tuel,. Tho little follow ot tho right I. giving. studying"P.mpa" rights any filibuster of the ,regular has not departmental actedon Treasury est amdunt in paid similar out by the SUNDAYfJj
period
any
: clos.-up bit of oitctnrrarion. Mn. Stompl, ", .,"whilo, reds to the .nld.nr iod yowngtton. (AP money bills. under former President Dwight MOVED TO
Wirtphoto) '
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new budget below last year's total -I In this period Johnson was op
: Johnson his calls for reduction in the erating under the Kennedy Lanier Upshaw,

Says Negotiations off federal of White payroll House and lights his turning appear budget Johnson_ of last has year.said_ he _Is _taking I CwbmN"IN0."...nu..kln.In.f..m......wYAYnNMnwurl .....e0 ..TAY........ ................ .................. n"J
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May End Rail Strike ThreatWASHINGTON

; .., YOU CAN'T BEAT G.E. FOR QUALITY

(AP) President -"are meeting late at night" and will be legally free to post new '

Johnson negotiations sail between Saturday railroad recent -. "negotiating in the traditional job eliminating work rules YOU CAN'T BEAT THRIFTY CITY HAIR SPRAY
free enterprise manner. We are which the unions are pledged to
management and operating very proud of the conduct of meet with an Immediate strike.' i'/J FABREGE
unions have been very productive both sides. I think FOR LOW PRICES
and he believes this collective we have hada All delaying procedures pro 1.60 Value
very productive few days. vided in the law have been ex- unto a
bargaining will end 69C
a natIOnwide -
strike threat. He declined to give any Indication hausted long since and, in the GENERAL ELECTRIC
of what steps he will take absence of further agreed post- --
Speaking at a news conferenceon (
the eighth day of intensive if the negotiations fail to averta ponement, congressional action -
White House sessions, Johnson strike which he said Friday apparently would be the only
said he is "encouraged and would be disastrous for the nation's way to avert or cut short in almost WASH t
hopeful" that an agreement will economy.A complete paralysis of thenation's
settle the lingering dispute be! 15-day truce, negotiated by rail system. j .
fore I possible new strike deadline .;Johnson a week agoy Thursday The operating unions repre
at 12:01 a.m. next Saturday. night only 90 minutes before a sent about 200,000 employes but e, ONLY a Finger Tip Wash Temp Control MILDEW BAGS .
Details Not Given I scheduled walkout, expires at another 500,000 would be Idled
Johnson staved off question midnight next Friday Immediately by a strike of the men who run t, Finger Tip load Selector GIANT SIZE '
about details of talks between after that, the carriers the trains. i I I 4 1.00 Value a.lmd\ : :
representatives of nearly 200 ,...... ...-..... ... $16888. --_. '
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rail lines and five unions who .1GRADUATION I /It-J Automatic Balancer, Coupon 4 66Iisrotlnt

are sitting In with federal mediators ,: WIT. \ PrisewuA
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The President emphasizedthat j .. which add life to wath 1
SPEClAI.JSj your
ho has set no deadline for WATCH :... ....
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the negotiators or a hopeless to announce deadlock.settlement -........-..-. i. .--1) WA504Y problems

But he said the intensive bargaining .: PEG. NOW
sessions will continue BENIUJS e 29.95 $19,95 ldP PLUS . A One Year's Supply Ofri' Garden Hose
and he is looking forward to a CIIUIY -
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Johnson said the negotiators 2 75.00 $49,50MEN'S TIDE 1.49 Value t
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r Bryant Given HUNDREDS AT DISCOUNT PRICES I ...h.1 fhest woshers.I .


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UKELAND. LEDGER. Sunday.--AprO- II. 11Ml" Mad Butcher Feared On
Bloc
High Charges 'Big Money'
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I !.9 m 9 //f, 1 Qf. ) 1 l r Virginia

I ; .WA'e' a''Em''e' 'n' ... ,, jI'\'. .' .t.3..,, } ,.r"I ,', ' -"W"'rilDlS, .I OAK hiLt W. Va. (AP) railroad worker, disappear Helping Dickinson's Campaign

.. ,." .' 1 .t. \ H h : 1 Discovery of blood-stained man' July 4. 1962: after eating at a i
I clothing along a southern Wes restaurant where he regularly

< -. . - .,. . .. '. ..,,,. .n, . ,__ __ . r' ,- Virginia highway 10 days ago dined. He had received his railroad as you make selections. I still times the needs of the peopleHe talking more" Dickinson about civil said.respo
has revived talk of a real or pension check the day be- urge you to compare the records said that new roads were slbllities
imagined "mad butcher of Fa-. of all of us." important forest were import He said that Mathews "can
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation
yette county." fore.Officers say a skull and part In firing at Dickinson a for- ant. and so were tourism and agricultural -never explain to the mothers of

I'' STATION H L Atlanta ..... ........ 80 53 UttJe Rock ......... 1.1 58 Six men have of a leg found recently in thick mer state senator from West research. But more Florida his key vote to retai'nmilk

Daytona Deach ..... 19 67 BaltImore .......... 8S 77 Los Angeles ........ 62 54L disappeared In the my.terlousJyI Hill area underbrush on a hill near Oak Palm"' Beach Mathews said: Important than any Is one childIn price controls In at the retail
: Ft. Lauderdal. ..... 81 '12 ........ In less than two years Hill may be Gwlnn's, but theyaren't 'I have just been able to figure one correctional Institution, or level while the 1963 Legisla
Fort Myer. 88 63 Birmingham, I ........ 82 57 1-ouisvile ... 79 sa membered Dis.1 sure.Samuel out how Mr. Dickinson can the security and happiness of ture."
of
Charleston ...... .... 78 61 "hlw.ukN .......... 43 38 parts three bodies he saId
I Gainesville .:::::::: 84 53 have been found In wooded Smith 33, of nearby' one retired person A Republican candidate for

: Jacksonville ........ 80 1111 Chattanooga ........ 85 57 Mpls. St. Paul..... 55 33 areas. But In only one case Scarbro. disappeared after stopping Improvement Called For governor Rep. Charles Holley of

; Key West ........... 82 75 Chicago ............. 43 41) Montreal ........... 63 41 have the remains been positivey for a cupof coffee Oct. 20. :Fr ,n Pate on. "The leadership of this state Plnellas County said In his campaigning
LAKELAND ....... 81 IZ Cincinnati ....... ... 75 51 New Orleans ........ 80 6i Identified as those of one of 1962 at a drive-In restaurant must face up to the responsibilities that under Democratic
II Miami ... ........... 80 72 Cleveland ........... 68 .f2 New York .......... 88 51 the missing persons three miles out of Oak HilL I of the (imes." he said. "Liv'administrations a $600 million
Pensacola ...........79 611 Denver ....... ...... 70: ::18 Phoenix ............ 91 69 'It's' possible they've all been Mike Rogers :28. of Oak Hill save that $43 million he Is promising ing conditions and living stand'deficit has built up la the state
St. Petersburg ...... 84 68 I3es Moines ......... 60 39 Pittsburgh .......... 76 61 the victim of some kind of went downtown for cigarettes in' the voters he will save He ards must be Improved. Educa-'pension systems

Sarasota ............ 88 60 Detroit ....... ...... 51 43 St. Louis ..... ....... 73 58TaUahassee maniac." State Police Sgt. I. P. late afternoon of Dec. 19. 1962. will just not build one of the tional facilities must be expanded. -I In a talk at a political rally In

......... 82 sa IndianapolIs ..... ... 69 53 Savannah ........... 79 52 Richardson said. "But we don't!An acquaintance saw him at a universities he now Is promis Modern correctional Institutions Tallahassee, Motley said ..that.
Tampa ............. 85 sa Kansas City ..... ... 53 46 San Juan ..... ...... 8J 71 have a decent lead on of street intersection about 1:30:: ing. mental health clinics, ade- the pension systemsaencit "is
W. Palm Beach ..... 79 11 Knoxville ..... ...... 81 57 Wuhin&ton ......... 89 55 them." any p.m. Then he vanished. "His promises now total nearly quate old age assistance must just one of the many shameful

I J. Zane Summerfield, Fayette Torso Found half billion dollars so shaving -be provided." practices the voters of Florida

' u.s County Prosecuting Attorney. On Dec. 27 Rogers' dismembered this by a mere $43 million Dickinson, In Vest Palm have a right to know about"He
I : I5a7T. 1 wjpsuwuL aid the disappearances have body part of it scattered should be quite easy." Beach again expressed his opposition said that as governor he
j jI i
authorities baffled. "They're all on the ground and part stuff. Karl. In Clearwater said that to the public accommodations -would "give the voters the factsso
even If "all the section of the civil the legislature will be forcedto
pretty much connected but then ed Into a duffel bag was campaign promises rights
I again they're not," he said found on Gauley Mountain, 25 made by all the candidates bill before the U.S. Senate. face its responslbilites and
miles from Oak Hill. were kept if every other problem He called the legislation "the do the job that is expected of
Man
Army Missing Shirley Arthur. 30, a Navy enlisted Imaginable were solved civil loss bill" and praised Flor- it."

"M Most recent disappearance man, was the next to disappear Florida should still exert every da's two senators for their op Karl speaking later at Fort
was that of Army Sgt. James He was last seen hitchhiking effort and every ounce of con- position. Myers attacked three of his rivals -

; 't Haynes, 32, of Baltimore. He out of Pinevllle in Oc structive energy toward solvingthe "We are talking so much on the question of milk
.. .' I had been visiting his father inPineville tober last year. This is two most pressing needs of our about civil rights and should be price controls.
: "' about SO miles southwest counties away in Wyoming
of) here and was last seen County. rather than in Fayette.

Dec. 7 hitchhiking out of Oak Last Dec. 7. the day Haynes
@bituartz
Hill.This disappeared a man's torso was' Is one of the things the found on a mountain near Pine-
disappearances have in com ville. Officers believe the torso

mon. Richardson noted that allof was that of Arthur but aagln HARRYJ.CONDON Muller. Broadview, Ill Heath RITES FOR MR. HARPER

\.ir those who disappeared were they're not sure. Harry J. Condon 70, of the I Funeral Chapel will announce Funeral services for LawsonG.
uI T xEli either hitchhiking or walking The last disappearance before Holiday Mobile Home Park died arrangements.MRS. Harper, 75. of 1133 Ruby St..
along a road when last seen. Haynes vanished was that of Lou unexpectedly Friday at Zephyr- who died Wednesday were held

hytr.. i.AJiy V \4 : Discovery April 9 of blood- Bennett. 40. a coal miner from lills. He was a native of Waterford FANNIE ELLEN PARK Friday at the Dukes-Steen Fun.

PltVl'llt' $haw H ,.........,. ... I.,. .ca : stained clothing strewn near a the Bluefield area. He was last Ireland and had lived at OCALA Mrs. Fannie Ellen eral Home, with the Rev. R. C.
road was investigated as a clueto seen leaving an Oak Hill tavern Milton Mills N.H., spending the Park 55, a native of Auburn Joyner officiating. Burial was in

.......4 ,....,..,... H., Jud.u...4.. C..W i.tef i...... Haynes' fate. late last year. I past two winters here He wasa dale died here at her home yes Oak Hill Burial Park.
But Richardson said the cloth- Sgt. Richardson believes the retired planning and schedung terday. She moved here from I Mrs. R. P. William. offered

big did not belong to Haynes killer of the three men whose I officer for the Bethlehem Auburndale 20 years ago and organ selections. Pallbearerswere
Roln h oipocttd today ovor Now Ireland, whilo .,w.n oro likely" In control' Atlantic itato, There were indications the wearer remains have been found prob- Steel Corp.., a member of St. was a member of the WyomlnaPark Clair Yoder Clark Me-

S Louiiiona, control ond louthorn Plain-, ond control Plot.... W."".. woathor li forocoit for louth2 had been stabbed several ably is or was an Oak Hill resident Joseph's Catholic Church. Baptist Church here. Quaig L. McKinley, W. W. Williams .
,otrorn itotoi, iippor Mlttliilppl Valltjr, northern PI.t... ond Plains and cooitol area of Pacific north times, possibly with an Ice pick The theory Is that the kill Knights of Columbus of Hing- She Is survived by three F. E. Webb and Shelby
2 wo,. (AP Wlrophoto Mop) and may not have survived er was known to the victims and tam, Mass, a veteran of World daughters, Mrs. Johnny Rogersof C. Brown.
Richardson said. could offer rides without arousIng -War I and a member of the Tallahassee Mrs. J. G. _

: Weof/7crcosf Ernest E. Gwinn 76, a retired, suspicion. Oscar G. Moorehouse Post 61, Sparkman Jr. of Keystone RITES FOR MR. FIELDSWAHNETAFuneral
Milton: Mass. ,Heights, and Mrs J. P. Whit- services

Lakelanders can expect sum- Barth Named He is survived by his widow field of Port Saint Joe: three for Jarvis Fields. 66. of 116
LBJ Orders Mr. Agnes G. Conlon.
sons, the Rev. Richard L. Parkof
mer-like weather today according Fourth St., E., who died suddenly
jj Funeral services will be held
Wake Forrest N. C., Larry
S to the U.S. Weather Bureau. Ledger Retail tomorrow morning at 9 o'clockat Thursday afternoon will
To Park of Orlando and Billy Park! be conducted this afternoon at
J Skies will be fair and the Ad ManagerBernard Study Eye St. Joseph: Catholic Church. of Ocala: one brother Ernest 2 o'clock at the First Baptist

: weather will be warm with a ZONE FORECASTS Rosary will be recited tonightat Tompkins, Winter Haven; and Church of Wahneta.The .
End Of 8 o'clock at the Dukes-Steen 12 grandchildren.
Draftcandidates"
| high today in the mid to upper A Partly cloudy and warm J. Earth a member Funeral Home chapel. The family Services will be conducted tomorrow Rev. Frank Paris, the

| through Sunday night with widely of the Ledger's retail advertisIng has requested that in lieu of morning at 10 o'clock at supply pastor will officiate.
80s.Winds Burial will follow In
; are expected to be scattered mostly afternoon department for the pa.tseven when he addressesthe flowers, donations be made to the Hiers Funeral Home here. Grove Shady

from the east and southeast at thundershowers. Highest Sunday years has been named retail annual luncheon of The Associated the Heart Fund. Burial will be at 2 o'clock tomorrow Friends Cemetery.may call at the Mitchell
76 to 83.BCD. advertising manager of the Press In New York afternoon at the Mount
: 10 to 18 miles an hour. Humid- I on I Funeral Home until noon
Fair continued mild r > .___ Monday FRED A. ALLEY Olive Cemetery near Polk City. today.
ity will be moderate. Sunday. High Sunday 80 to 83. Fred Andrea Alley 76, died
\ I E F H I Fair continued mild Johnson said his speech will Friday at his home at 273S PAUL A. WATIUNSSEFFNERFaul

; OPERATION PERFORMED Sunday. High Sunday 84 to 88. encompass "a 'very general Jungle St. He was a native of A. Watkins RITES FOR MRS. ANGUN

.t 'East to southeast winds 10 to 18 statement of our foreign pol- Knoxville Tenn., and came to 76,. a former lakeland cigar MULBERRY Funeral services -
'\ WARSAW Poland (AP) miles per hour diminishing at, n } \ Lakeland 18 years ago. He wa manufacturer, 4ied suddenly ails for Mrs. Ora Lena Anglm,
( President Alexander Zawadskli63 night. ? : ' a building contractor and 4 home Friday. 88, of Route 1, Mulberry, who ,
I underwent surgery two days I G J Partly cloudy continued .. ,lfJiiir tat' ,0" charter member and trustee of I He was a native of Key West died Thursday night In the Plant

> I I ago for an ailment of the digest mild Sunday. High Sunday 82. ._ .fab < the Lakewood Park Methodist but lived In Polk County for 28 City nursing,home will be held
K Partly cloudy continued -- Church. years during which time he this afternoon at 2:30 In the

,if ive tract the official Polish r mile Sunday. High Sunday 82,: tie on Sunday. Small craft warnIngs Icy." notably with respect to He is survived by his widow 'owned and operated the Hav-A- chapel of the A. M. Siegler

press agency reported Satur Easterly winds 15 to 25 miles per! displayed lower Keys from American-Soviet relations, Cuba Mrs. Eva Alley; a son, Dr. Raymond Lakeland Cigar Co. For the last Funeral Home. The Rev. H. ,L.
'day. hour probably diminishing a lit- Sombrero light westward. Communist China. Viet Nam A. Alley pastor of the 25 years he resided in Hills- Brinkley pastor of Pin Grove
borough County. Baptist Church will officiate.

.-. -...-..* 7 .._',!,'!,' !'>oJ!>" V.LI >, --. and Latin America. First four sisters Methodist Mrs.Church Delic of Allison Ocala; i Mr. Watkins was the treasurer Burial will follow In Willow Oak
f " ",1 >' y<:"V. ,
Air Crash Johnson opened his news conference Mrs. Harry Gass and Miss Mildred and a steward of the Seff Cemetery.

; by saying he has seen Alley all of Chattanooga ner Memorial Methodist Church In addition to survivors men
I ln.Brief He was a past grand exalted tioned before, Mrs. Anglm Is
Bridge: j Kills 49 what he termed a "very maccurate" and Miss Gladys Alley of Knox- ruler of the Elks Club and past survived by Mrs. Wallis T. Ham-
vllle a brother H. L. of
published that ; Alley
report lint
.. grand chancellor of the Knightsof a daughter, of Miami
; !d,"' .... .-'.... _...,. Si ""_....M In Arabiaer his Monday speech will an- St. Petersburg; and several Pythias of Florida. -
- ---- '--' -' "- nieces I
and nephews.
: nounce plans for a cutback of He is survived by his wife RITES FOR MRS. EDWARDS
By JOHN M. TAYLOR Director early to avoid conflict with the Funeral services will be held Mrs. Esther Watkins; one son, Funeral services for Hiram
4, Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club state "team" finals being dark the spokesman said. '- 43 per cent in the production of tomorrow morning at 10 o'clockat ] Paul A. Watkins Jr., of Miami: Edwards 73, of 850 Hollings-S.

NORTH played next weekend in Ft. The weather had cleared BERNARD J. BUm fissionable materials for nuclear the Heath Funeral Chapel, a daughter Mrs. Jack Ellison worth Road who died Wednesday -

... Q J3I Pierce. enough Saturday morning to weapons. with the Rev. William B. Caldwell -of Bartow; a brother Ben Watkins were held yesterday at the
:! .AQI05 There will be a masterpolntgame permit a search by helicopterand Ledger Publisher Gardner Reading at a rapid clip Johnson pastor of Lakewood Park of Tampa; five grandchildren chapel of the First Methodist
; AK in Lakeland this Tuesday small surface craft. A U.S. (Pat) Cowles III announce began the conference witha Methodist Church, and Dr. John five greatgrandchildrenand Church, with the Rev. Caxton

::1 i + AK53 night and series games Wednesday Navy spokesman reported the esterday. series of statements and announcements J. Rooks Lakeland district superintendent one great-great.grandson. Doggett, pastor, officiating. Bu.

WEST EAST and Thursday nights in plane was sighted in shallow A native of Long Island, N.Y.. one of them reciting for the Methodist Funeral services will be held rial was in Oak Hill Burial
A42 A 10765 Winter Haven and Bartow. The I. ,, Barth has been in the advertising encouraging economic Church, officiating. Burial will tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock Park.
<1.184 V J9 73 Sunday night game in Lakelandnext ">:,; < o -- ": field for 23 years. Before statistics, ,be in Oak Hill Burial Park. The at__ _Ctaw't n.. _n _Fiinera____. _. MnmA..___-. nr__ I Music
'! I rli iitilr/JllhK;( family has requested that In lieu Brandon, with the Rev. R. B.GaSl. was provided by Mrs.
1097(3 .2 Sunday will be a regular Joining the Ledger he was advertising The President reported increases ., D. W, Hemstreet at the
2642 "'QI0aSOt.rI'H game and part of the "con- .- manager with Sears. during March in farm of flowers, donations be made to pastor of Seffner Memorial Pallbearers were C. W. organ.Hess
; tinuous series." Roebuck and Ct in New York. the Lakewood Park Methodist Church, officiating.
prices, housing
starts new auto W. A. Dobbs. Don Miller LeonP.
: .AKa water between the Brltish-pro- He is a Navy veteran of World sales and industrial productionand Church memorial fund. I Burial will be at 2 o'clock at Crosby. R. Frank Jackson

V K2 Carol Ann tected Island of Bahrain In the War. II, serving in both the Pacific a drop in wholesale prices'Very Friends may call at the funeral -Fort Meade Cemetery. Friends and Franklin E. Bartle. Heath
call the funeral homeat
2 Persian and home today from 3 until may at
Q J854 Gulf Dhahran. The and European theaters of good news." Funeral Chapel was in chargeof
1 'J87 Stevens Miss exact location was given as 10 operations.He U. S. Employment Down 5 pm. any time. arrangements.
I
Mrs. John Battle of Lakeland miles south-southeast of Dhah- is married, and he ands He also reported a year-to- JAMES EDWIN MILLER HENRY-G. PETREY

S executed a successful coup with Winter Haven ran. wife have one daughter. year drop of 900 in federal employment James Edwin Miller. 75, 508 HAINES CITY-Henry G RITES FOR MR. HUGHES I

2 the cards from the above hand No Survivors Found saying "It is significant -East Bay. died yesterday at Petrey 74, of 428 S. 14th St., Funeral services for Arch
-: from a recent in Lake- fore that it dropped at all because Welgels Nursing Home. Mr falcon I
game the judges arrived at The said there Will died suddenly at his home early Hughes, of 715 Rushing -
3 land. Mrs Battle, sitting South, their decision. They also answered of Navy were no Signal it has generally been increasing Miller was a native of Elkton Friday morning. I Ave., who died Tuesday
signs survivors although the "
was one of several declarers In one question each before Ky. and came here from Elkton A native of Petrey Ala., head were held Friday at the Gen-
:: a 7NT contract. She was the the final Judging.The fuselage of the plane was intact Start OperatingOn And he said government 50 years ago. Mr. Miller was made his home in Haines try-Morrison Funeral Home. The
{only one to bring home the necessary judges were Mrs. JohnP. with one broken wing jutting up ,spending during the first three a retired merchant having City since 1923. He attendedthe Rev. Willard Armes. pastonof

13 tricks. Adams, a former Florida from the water. Boulevard months of his administration owned and operated Miller' Marion Military Institute, the Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian -
0 She won the opening diamond A spokesman in the Beirut averaged $1 million a day less Delicatessen from 1929 through Normal College at Florence, Church. officiated. Burial

lead from West in dummy and r""" .... d '. headquarters of Middle East Motorists beware I than during the last three 1961. He was a member of the Ala. and State Teachers Collegeat was in the Oak Hill Burial Park.
Airlines said the plane had a months of the administration of Lake Wire Church of Christ.
Troy, Ala.
attacked the suit I Pallbearers
S immediately, Tomorrow a new traffic light were Lavergne
: receiving the news o* the bad .11tM. "P4. ,.';. .,'. .; crew of seven will go Into effect at East Memorial President John F. Kennedy. : Survivors Include two sons.' Prior to his retirement In Brown, D. B. Kirby L. F,
a break in the suit as East discarded - -" The plane's Lebanese captain Boulevard and Ingra. Other opening announcements Edwin W. Miller South Moun- 19-49. he had owned and managed 'umey, R. P. Robbins G. E.

: a spade on the 2nd round. Citrus Queen: Bill Carter. director Lablb Akl. radioed the Dhahran ham Capt. Frank Rustic head Included these: I ain, Pa., and Howard D. Miller, Petrey's Dry Goods Storein Singleton and L. J. Douglas.
tMrs. Battle next cashed her top of the 1964 Citrus Queen control tower he was at an altitude -of the police department's traffic Eugene Patterson editor of Lakeland; two brothers H. M. Haines City since 1923.: The Miss Hope Watson was soloist
a three spade tricks and two top Pageant and James Farrer. of 1,500 feet and makinghis division announced recently. the Atlanta Constitution will be Miller and B. W. Miller both Massey-Petrey Post of Veterans and Mrs. John Bechtel was
1 clubs. This released dummy's final approach a wide The light will control traffic nominated to fill the only remaining of Lakeland; and three grand of Foreign Wars In Haines City pianist.
Listed
:.small clubs for discards on the Judges swing out to sea followed by a moving east and west on Memorial vacancy on the Civil hlldrsn. la named for Mr. Petrey's son
Funeral
:diamond plays which would Judges for the Miss Posture straight run into the big field.A Boulevard and north and Rights Commission. He will re-' Gentry Morrison Lt Karl R. Petrey who was

..squeeze East. Mrs. Battle returned contest were Dr. Sligh Dr. high 'wind was whipping upa south on) Ingraham Avenue, place M. Robert Storey dean of Home is ,In charge of arrange killed In action In World War II. AMBULANCE
to her hand with a heart Phillip Crews of Bartow. Dr. sandstorm throughout the gulf which runs directly into the new the law school at Southern ments. Mr. Petrey attended the First
;and applied the pressure. On the Earl Rabb Mrs. Ruth Gould, area. Visibility was described Montgomery Ward's parking Methodist University also Harold Baptist Church in Haines City. SERVICE
diamond East discarded Mrs. Ben Carlton and Mrs. rea. Russell handless paratroop MISS HARRIET HUGHES J He Is survived by two daugh-
queen simply
but there
aa very bad were veteran of World War II Miss Harriet Hughes 93 of ers, Mrs. Carolyn P. Corneliusof ot ho..
a spade Paul Sutton, all of Winter Ha Up until the new light was will your coM,
.. breaks when the airport was Installed, Hustin commented. succeed the late Gen. Melvin 834 South Pennsylvania Ave., Tampa and Mrs. KatherineP. eve" hour. of tho
1 had On the diamond jack East ven.Entertainment was providedby clear. rivers did not have to worry Mall as chairman of the Pre.l.dent' -died yesterday morning at her Minor of Del Ray Beach; .Iht 0" 4.,.
no escape. If he pitched his the Hootenanny group from When the plane suddenly went about southbound traffic comling Committee Employmentof residence after a long illness. ,two sons Roger A. and Harry
!
I club queen. South's club Jack the Neill Sloat Dance Studio off the air, a search started. But across Memorial Boulevard the Physically Handicapped.On. Miss Hughes was a native of G. Petrey both of Los Angeles;
would be good and would pro- and Mary Lou Gonzales vo the storm intensified and It was''at Ingraham Avenue because ofthe of the first questions put 'amaqua, Pa., and came here two sisters, Mrs. Lena Mills of
vide a parking place for dunvmy's calist. not until the weather lifted traffic island In the middleof to Johnson dealt with the White from Bowling Green 10 years 'etrey, Ala. and Mrs. Mae

losing heart If East pitch- Miss Winter Haven won a briefly in midmorning that a the boulevard.The House negotiations aimed at ago. She was a stenographer Petrey of Montgomery Ala.; 417 N. Mess AY.

one. all of his of three hearts hearts to the bouquet of roses a trophy and U.S. Navy helicopter spottedthe Island has been removed, averting a national rail strike and a member of the Methodist 13 grandchildren and four -crest- Phone MU 6-2133
dummy's other She will have wreckage. i .. and threatened for next week. Church. grandchildren.
led prizes. ustm tomorrow
a starting
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be used to avoid the club ,,. ,. There are no known surviv- Funeral services will be held
chance in
to the Miss
compete diamond losers In the South Florida contest to be held in the southbound traffic. "I cr5. Miss Hughes resided with tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock I

..hand Sarasota later this year and YoungMan, Wife have faith in Lakeland's drivers -Story On Judges Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarty. at the First Baptist Church. The

: Winners Listed also has a chance to compete ," Hustin said when asked Services will be held tomorrow Rev. Morris Noell pastor will I I Dukes Steen

3 The recent masterpolnt in the state wide Miss posture ElectrocutedAt about whether he expects an Awarded Prize afternoon at 2 o'clock at officiate. Burial will be in For-
J game
Ton contest to be held in Miami. increase In traffic accidents atthat the Heath Chapel with the eat Hill Cemetery. Dave Lane
Wednesday In Winter
night
Bishop Arthur F Wesley a retired Funeral Home in Haines City is Funeral
site "they will take the Home
appropriate -
::Haven was Mr. and Mrs
won by I
WASHINGTON in of I I
charge
SarasotaSARASOTA (AP-His
M. action and drive accordingly disclosure Methodist Bishop offi- arrangements.
of
\O. Mulkey Auburndale Arizona GOP '
," h* commented of outside business ac- atlng. Burial will be in Wau-

< and I Mrs.of Frank Winter Stapor Haven and Teds.Hariand The I Will Support (AP) A young the Ivitles:20th by annual federal Raymond Judges Clapper won- chula Cemetery. THORNTON 310 S. Florida

Winter Haven Duplicate Club man and his wife were electrocuted LBJ And Wife
Award MEMORIAL HOME
Saturday for Jerry JAMES V. MULLER
(.has added a Special Masterpolnt I Sen. Goldwater Saturday when a television Phone MU
antenna Attend Landauer of the Wall Street James Vincent Muller 57, of Til-So, fX\ *. 2-3123
gam to Its Wednesday night they were taking Wedding
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Journal. 1415 Providence Road, died Friday > MU .HISS
schedule.. The will be down fell across a line rM*
!played on May 27 game to honor Mrs. !zona PHOENIX Republicans Ariz. (AP) Art, carrying 13,000 volts. power WASHINGTON (AP) President Landauer, 32, a member of afternoon In Lakeland General -, .......... ... ambulance service
Saturday and Mr*. Johnson turned the newspaper's Washington after illness ..... "
Hospital an '011" '' ""'
I( Robert Staufer of Winter Haven pledged their 16 presidential Police were called when children out Saturday for the wedding of .taff. unanimously was chosen several weeks. Mr Muller: :::1! _ ,__ _L
who Just received her Life convention votes to favorite son playing the neighborhoodsaw the daughter of Sen. and Mrs ,tar the award by a panel of five a native of Middleton. m.. and I
Master rating. candidate Sen. Barry Gold. the bodies of James Seals J. W, Fulbrlght D-Ark, newspapermen who served asjudge. moved here several months HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
Ft The regular masterpoint game water. 26-year-old auto mechanic, and The .
Johnsons attended .
the The award
in
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given He cook and
1""on Sunday night in Lakeland There was no debate as the- his wife, Mildred lying on the wedding service for Roberta of the noted ago. was a a member AJf Condition Chos l Porklni Lot
memory Washington of the Catholic Church.He .
,will be played tonight at 7:00: I state convention answered the- roof of their home. They were ulbrlght and Edward (Tad) columnist for 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Scripps-How- is survived by his widow,
i loat Morrison's Cafeteria. Thewarne senator's plea for the support ofhis taking the antenna down to move Foote in FOSTER E. HEATH
Washington National and Newspapers, carries a $1,000 Irs. Elanor T. Mullen Boston Funeral Director
t is being played one week home state I IL I it to a new home. i (Episcopal) Cathedral. prize. ill and one brother E. R.''I Cor. Lims .and Ingraham Phone 6820111IA


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Hecht, the author, died Satur irofession that exists, a stereo- S e
an day t( the age of 70, leaving t ype, to this day.Remained .
of r .I legacy of millions of words li 1
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ia side his body.In on many other playa and .)
a career which started u motion pictures and they remained 3 BLACKWALLS \ : J\ Automotive
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rot a cub reporter, Hecht turned \ Repair
out about. 70 motion picture death four years ago Center.
ofm ,1'\
scripts 26 books, 20 playa and'Both families bad suburban
hundreds of short stories and homes on the west shore of the SAVE3530to5O30 .
tic magazine articles.He Hudson River at Nyack, about .,1 I;. ... : fLL"i' ... .;;::: _
on 25 miles from Times Square '
recalled being attracted to
deIn Jenny, the only child of Hecht's 'i
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the profession when "the printed YOU'LL FIND EVERYTHING
second marriage now Is a young
word was king, a writer was
actress who has
, somebody and a novelist was an with Miss appeared Hayes.professionally I1 FOR YOUR CAR AT WARDS
awesome sight.
atM Hecht'a first marriage, to Marie
Left Home Armstrong, ended In di .1. PARTS SERVICE INSTALLATION
dahe That year was 1910 In Chicago -vorce. They had a daughter, gip: ? ON A SET OF FOUR
and Hecht. the New York. Edwina. Hecht did the movie rf
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reer embraced almost every,works as "Erik Dora," "Fanta- HEAVY SERVICE ..sale IeI.OO .E,11 U"oo. e1.IM
riIk form of the written word from lus Mallare" and "Perfidy." TRUCK TIRE _
newspaper advertisement to po Among his plays were "Twentl- y :aji 9I1SO' n.u' uall tL$. to tw
eth Century," "The Egotist" 50ka.aaaiMr tool. nsa ,..U. ro.t mlroea
etry.At his peak he earned $3.500',and "Fun to Be Free." e.au .....0. ,..... Tires fast' BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
in one day of writing in Holly rsal.uau Ut.tO" rtlo f7i*'
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Rose Caylor, found Hr. and Mrs. Charles Messlck once, extra retreads. Only
him In a dressing room of their have a poodle they say can
m Vest 67th Street apartment, the voice such phrases aa "I love K "i Check brake linings
apparent victim of a heart at you," "Hello" and "I am him- ::
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She put her lips to his and some radio and television
tried to breathe life back Into shows. Messick says most pool Indianapolis track at speeds up to 138,46 Check brake fluid.
C.d her husband of 39 yean. A police pie don't believe it 1 mph-proved to be best In Its clots I
emergency squad administered He said a friend asked if his
"
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the dog is. My wife's been I 4-BQUARIOUARANTEI
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ducted Tuesday at the Temple I (#1 y.da.1 a... Aq.el.Me pal.NO MOTOR TUNE-UP
Rodeph Sholom in Manhattan. 1..
His blue eyes twinkled with MONEY DOWN 95 95
the glee of a small boy playing rwT; Re.Elect' } ==::
a secret prank on everybody as : FREE MOUNTING Meil txyt. Melt eyahrs.
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rt columnist. "I hate Hal people Boyle who: wake up I f ExperiencedMan 'il' Replace spark plugs (or clean and regap)

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The springboard to fame and MERCURY MARAUDEROBLIGATION. Test compression check charging voltageWHEEL
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FUot*Offer al.It Words Ftootea.
oxdrtng Mercury Meravd
wrote In collrtoration with the Combee
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t A' |understand I under ZNAMZ
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late Charles MacArthur, husband NOTHING TO sUY-NO COST \ \
a of actress Helen Hayes CONSTABLE DIST. #5lI.n. ___ J IAPMf
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room of a Chicago court Inject.I I C...l>l 1e Vmini..,. WRITE-NO JINGLES TO rCOMPLETE. ;
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--"- -- Karl Mathews Forecast
Richard Nixon Gives Princeton U. Enrolls i
I It Stanford beats California'[will be tied with 28 victories \
this. fall their. football rivalry each.. Ten games were ties Tied In PollCLEARWATER Student

,, Of Republican Primary ResultWASHINGTON .. Non-Existent
8,
(AP)-Thirty-
\ NANCE'SMOTOROLA crv&eV five member of the Florida PRINCETON, N. J. (AP-! Oznot-Davidsen and Reid- C,
Women's Press Club took a (AP) Rich This paralleled a claim made hinge on the California primary I Red.faced Princeton University scored In the 700s out of a possible fAIten
straw vote Saturday on the gov- aid M. Nixon predicted Saturday Saturday by Goldwater himself. If Rockefeller wins It, "the pre- officials have admitted a remarkable -, 800.
ernor's race. Eleven each voted that if Sen. Barry Goldwa- In a speech prepared for the mature burying of him will' student who meets all Transcript Obtained mil
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR 7V for Fred Karl and John Mathews -'ter wins the California primaryhe editors' convention, he predicted have to be re-examined," Nixon the qualifications but one he I' The next problem was to get Na''
Complete Line of Motorola four for Fred 0. Dickinson, will either become the Re- his own victory "on the first, doesn't exist. Oznot's high school marks on gai
nominee"or or second ballot" if he captures said well-planned his application, which must be
Home Entertainment Equipment and three each for Robert King publican presidential "An ingenious Inl)
102 W. LEMON LAKELAND 682-4445 High, Haydon Burns and Scott will come very close to California's primary and wins And Nixon said Ambassador hoax," Admissions Director E'I filled in by secondary school I
Kelly naming him," the delegates he expects to get Henry Cabot Lodge, now fore- Alden Dunham said Friday aft authorities familiar with the cutthe
Tie former vice president and,In June state conventions. most in some public opinion er learning that Joseph David student.
1960 GOP standardbearer told: Forecast Comes Oznot won't show up for fresh- East Lansing High School officials am
polls for the GOP nomination,
the American Society of N\'w'-I man classes this September be didn't see this one, butit ha-
But another avowed candi- has become "a force that the
Proven Performance Means More Than Promises paper Editors that he date, Sen. Margaret Chase convention cannot Ignore"especially -cause he was just a student In- was filled out somehow. Colas'
"there has been too much ten
vention. The letter of acceptance to
Smith Maine, told the editors since he stands a good ,
dency to write off Barry Goldwater" "We would have loved to have \
mailed to
Oznot, one of 1.163
that if opinion polls are a reliable -chance of winning the wide-open
County Commission Refunds $600,000In because of. his showing guide, a Lodge.Nixon Oregon primary. him," said Dunham ruefully candidates for Old Nassau, wentto 9
in early primaries.Claim ticket will carry the GOP stand- But Nixon said that Lodge, if Student Described the address of a social fro anwr,
Road Taxes To Polk Cities . Made ard against a Johnson.Kennedy he wants to be a presidential Dunham acknowledged that a ternity at Michigan State. Uni
Actually, Nixon said, the ArIzona slate for the Democrats.Nixon' candidate and wants to make letter of had versity in East Lansing.The fer>
acceptance gone
others In the hoaX) were am
conservative "is very close political forecast Issue of ,
an foreign policy Wednesday to Oznot, who had
rs to having the requisite numberof came In a question and-answer should resign from his ambassadorship been described as a classicist,I Steven E. Cook, 19, Dearborn,
delegates" to go into the session. He noted that the politi- in South Viet Nam of Mich, a student at Michigan
a concert pianist, treasurer '
cal fortunes of New York Gov. State, and Princeton students
GOP in with '
convention July and home
to make Issue
, and lowers taxes, saving come an his high school class in East Frederick W. Talcott II, 19,
.! .! your nomination assured. Nelson A. Rockefeller. also may of the conduct of the Viet- Lansing,. Mich, and son of the Baldwin, N.Y., and Steven D

taxpayers a quarter-millron namese war against commu- wealthy private detective, Wil- Reich, 18, Hackensack, N.J.
nism.
dollars this year alone! First Church-Then to Dinner I liam H. Oznot. officialslearned
to Offers Judgment Dunham and 'other ,
j rt of the university's loss Erosion Study
Sunday Special Nixon offered what he called from the University Press Club I
a "a professional judgment" on (
which got the word straight
on the Democratic contest for a Funds
ROAST YOUNG from the whimsical creator? of SoughtWASHINGTON Tr
vice-presidential running mate Oznot. Press Club members
TOM TURKEY C ,for President Johnson. promised to keep secret' the (AP) Rep. th.
1 Keep the man who has Cornbread Drilling 8 7 "If the polls in November are names of Oznot's creators. Edward J. Gurney, R-Fla, said ca no
like they are now, it will be Sen.
Giblet Greve Late Friday, the hoaxers today he will ask the House appropriations -
1 ve.t.ball.. ButterTM. .. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.)," four Princeton sophomores and committee to appprove
for '' th'M
CoffM Coh fruit JH O
performed . Nixon said.
you two students from Columbia funds this year for a Ere-
Vz POUND NEW YORK CLUB STEAK , . 95c I "He Is the man Johnson likes and Michigan State universities vard County Beach erosion ( II
,best and would prefer as his run-'-owned up to their identities study.
ning mate. after Dunham had said the The House public works committee m
; J I "If the polls get closer, it will university planned. ho disciplinary approved the study a few to
TOOIIIHI.ll, : iii be Bobby (Atty. Gen. Robert F. action. days ago. Normally, a requestfor th
Keep ALDINE COMBEECounty Kennedy)." The hoax was hatched last funds for the study would be di,
Commissioner Did 5 SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN October when, as one of them made by the Corps of Army Engineers ,
In Wales, the more learningand put it: "We wanted to add an in the budget presentedto diwl
All Registered Vottr Can Vote In This R.co 2637 S. Fla. Ave 219 E, Main St. academic degrees a man air of levity to the normally Congress next January,
(M ..... M kv ldin. Co", ... Co".o'.n i Fund ld.n. Com,,. Trait.I _. ,has, the higher he is regarded.WHAT'S sober atmosphere of college admission However, Gurney said that because blar
-- .
-- We decided that such
of the urgency of the project
pranks as stealing the bell clapper -, he will ask that funds be voted
from Nassau Hall had no' gII'
this year. '
point to it because it is con
I doned by the university," I M

Application Filed Goldwater'sJet V,

......... ,.. ,", They submitted a preliminary 11
\ application listing Oznot as a Downed /
student at East Lansing, Mich., IT'
High School. During the Christ. a'''
mss vacation Columbia Univer I FAYETTEVILLE N.C. (AP)
sity sophomore Charles A. ,-It was MaJ. Gen. Barry Gold- b'r
DIFFERENT Lleppe, 19, Freeport N.Y., posIng water who was forced to land at 1N
as Oznot, went to Princetonfor Pope Air Force Base Saturday
an interview. because of engine trouble. C
Two Princeton students, Ar- The Arizona senator who Is r
thur F. Davidsen, 19, Freeport I seeking the Republican presidential
N.Y., and Thomas R. Reed III. nomination, also Is ''a J JI
19, Dearborn, Mich., then took,major general In the Air Fore JJ
Oznot's college board examina- Reserve.
tions. Davidsen a prospective I He was en route from Wash J
astrophysics major, took the ington to Montgomery, Ala, on
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Reid took of his
the afternoon portionof fuel line jet fighter. t c
the test in Latin and English I The trouble was repaired and 1 1I

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1-' Viet MALCOLM W. BROWNE Cong Is HasBy Made Great Gainsplan South Viet Nam - I

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'. GO DEN South Viet Nam said.overcoming local Inertia, he launched by the Ng? Dinh on call in Long An ever sine their close support and
AP-Desplte 2J4 yearn of 1 In- In a lightning Diem government with Ameri But progress since Jan. 1) is ," he said. supervision -[chief. will be tomorrow. and soon dropped supplies to antiCommunist .government and their Amrlcan :
tensive Aimrlcan stroke here the can backing was heavily emphasized hard to tribesmen in Laos, and advisors
economic and night before, measure. "We've I can: gt the Vietnamese
:eton military support for South Viet had blown Communist guerrillas in Long An. I Young an Army platoon leader -I from been trying to build "Is /It any surprise that noth he has worked among the people interested In win-
out about
Nam the Viet Cong enemy hat Post on the up a key police Large army units have been In the Korean War, has been close to the a dozen hamlets ing gets done, that Vietnamese:tribesmen of Central Viet Nam. ning this thing, it could go on I
gained steadily highway to the in the U.S. aid province capital at officials are slow to move?" He sums :
be and dangerously Mekong River operating province most a mission field man in Tan An-some I up forever There's the problem.
in key area. delta demolisheda of the time. A Viet of them only a Young, a native of Port "Until we the Vietnamese
101l1e crash program Nam since October 1962. .. . Wt'va got to solve IL"
i military Few hundred I ,, ..
post Inflicted yards We -- - ____
Long An province, almost a than 100 more for Long An backed by Ambassador For seven months, he has been haven't away ,Huron, Mich., calls his home : --- ----- - - _
casualties
suburb of Saigon Is on government Henry Cabot the gone far. Dunkirk, Ind. His mother, his
one of defenders Lodge, began man on the spot in Long An "The fantastic
them. This and made off Jan. reshuffling of closest relative, spends muchof
15.
, densely populatedand The over-all province. IUi
with 115
weapons. Many of the government officials that Marvin HowardWill
f.ut agriculturally rich province government scheme was to start by securIng I Does he think the problem of last began her time in Sarasota Fla.
has slid Into troops died in their a handful of hami. . "local summer continues right UD Devoted to the anti-Commu
almost completeI bzds with no u,...,,10.. t i. inertia" can be overcomein to this minute. - ::
communist domination In the, Once again th'vii ready under government con Long An? slat struggle In Southeast Asia, Appreciate
toto last year. gotten the best of Cong had trot Improving the political and "If I didn't think so I would Changes Made Constantly he has worked for the paramilitary Your Vote And
',t What has gone wrong? -and by extenuation Long An province of social situation Inside them, and have left long ago. We're trying "There has been 'constant "Air America," which11I1 Support For r
, The other day Earl Young 33, South Viet Nam and the West. expanding gradually outward. a''' combination of means. One change in military and civilian
I-- I an American; sifted through the The material stuff of victory 2 Battalions On Call Is by bringing pressure from functionaries and leaders, un- CONSTABLEDIST.
wreckage of a Vietnamese defense over the Viet Cong the Saigon level on the local officials certainty about national policy, i s
post 15 miles from Saigon, lacking. Since November was 1962 not cleared Troops were to occupy newly down here, and making constant changes In ; I
e and shook his head wearily into the province areas as long as necessary officials at the ministerial level complete uncertainty
I, in civil aid to rehabilitate salllon'l DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5th
"The them. I IIN.
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In an editorial In Its Sunday I IQuputY
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Mathews and Rep. Fred Karl of ___
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/ A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April I M, 1961

TOWN ARE THE ADVERTISED BEST APARTMENTSIN IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED .1 Tourism Booms In Johnson Coun try \i

__ SECTION. CHECK THEM NOW! Seat of the Summer There are just the mockingbirds r
/ By SID MOODY boom, wondering If the balloon In a pot even though they havea "Y'all come back" and sound "County warbling and the long r

I STONEWALL Texas (AP) will pop come) the November perfectly good washing ma like they mean it. White natives House., who by and large land beginning to come greed! 'j
1 The
You can drive-legally-through elections and who from Lyn-!chine inside. You'll see womenin There's little of the braggadocio been fond of Lyn with spring and turning a hazy
Lyndon Johnson country at 70 dons cousin Oriole to the village pioneer-style sunbonnets, and here often associated with have always the tourists with their purple way off where it meets
CLARK STONE miles an hour and a while ago postmistress often object the clay brick houses with tin roofs Texans Nothing's the biggest or don billfolds, enjoy and the newsmen with the blue sky ',< .
probably would have. No long world press has pictured them A ranch house here is the real best. St. Barnabas Episcopal their curious but intriguing: "Y'all come back," said Joran. t
er. as cow country kin to the Bev thing and a far, far cry from church In Fredericksburg which .
erly Hillbillies. They arent. one in Beverly Hills. the Johnson have attended is wlY. decided
I and Oriole is ?
And not
Everybody stops now But Cousin why
will save the taxpayers of Polk County "at least turns off Rt. 290 to drive as For sure, their life doesn't Buy With Cash a tiny( ancient log hut that holds ly disenchanted about her sud- .._

$50,000" the very first year as slowly as the Secret Service match the patio-swimming pool If they buy a car, 90 per cent 30 worshippers and the Rev. Jack The den emergence as an attraction
of the LBJ Ranch with Langford an organist.
the Pedernates tempo Enchanged Rock, a near
will permit along of the time It's with cash, saysBob rivaling Sen.
Secret Service have to Engle .t
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agents
its blacktop landing strip in the old Pinta
River and gaze at the comfortable ; Ford dealer landmark on the
McKinney, a by
the ,
call
stand outside.
i CLERK CIRCUIT COURT but not imposing ranch backyard pond-by-pond fishing They Cousin Oriole-Mr. Oriole
in Johnson City, 13 miles to the Trail.
edernales river but George
excursions ranch a
with
by Jeep 01Johnson'
house on the opposite bank. I east. If they don't have the could have throwna Bailey, a first cousin Denies'I I; I;
with the hands to bait the hooks, and Washington father-lives between
You can come away ,
don't the
money, they buy car. t
satisfaction of having seen the'huge hamburgers shaped like paper dollar across it againsta and the ranch and is
"Most of them though, probably brisk headwind Yet the Jordan He FellWASHINGTON I
Texas. eyes
I 'To for this presidential home, with a Lyi, have saved more money mad as hops that a Washington
of Texas but the world
prepare not only ,
Local life matches the land- tin-
Idon Johnson souvenir T-shirt oran than you or I will ever make," newswoman called her
office, I hove observedand ash tray shaped like Texas simple, hard, few frills. Stone aid McKinney, Lyndon Johnson are upon this countryside. roofed, rusty-screened little (AP) An w
studied Jhe operations and bearing a portrait of the wall Is a peach center. But In' who turns off unused sight Stella Gltddon Johnson City house a "shack. 1,aide to Sen. Clair Engle, D-

of the Clerks' offices President unfortunately placed,spite of the pink clouds that son, who turns off unused lights postmistress, had occasion while Cousin Clams Up Calif., denied today k newspa
t both Hills- just where you'd stub out your dust the countryside at blossom in the White House, comes by touring Europe recently to pre per report that the senator
$ in cigarettes. : time, this is a masculine land his frugality naturally. sent her passport at the Soviet If you reach for a notebook, tripped over a rug In his Washington -
I li! borough and Orange You'll leave behind tome of whose beauty emerges only after tell in the state embassy in Vienna. Cousin Oriole will clam! up. The home and suffered a
They a story
counties and compared the friendliest people on earth; some looking. Parts of it areas :capital at Austin, 60 miles away, 'Ah!" exclaimed the Soviet first newsmen to reach her got slight InJury
who in a tourist rocky as upland Vermont official, her home town, dander and ruined things(
them with ours. Sizeable are caught --,, about the time Allen Dulles, noting her up The News Call Bulletin of San
A savings can be No Tall. Trees then head of the CIA, stayed at,don"that Johnson.is the" home of Lyn for their successors. But she is evidently offl: Francisco said Engle'a wile,
a reporter
TIME FOR A But there are no towering elmsor the ranch. He came down one figures in Lucretia, confirmed the fall in
mode through conscientious if he doesn't have pen ,
CHANGE oaks, only stunted and morning apologizing to Lady Life Was Even ,duty then she will talk a telephone conversation, declined
attention to IYr gnarled trees scattered over the Bird because he had ripped a "You see," said Mrs. Gliddon( 'pleasantly hand, and but formally. to say what day It nap-
r o v ed personneland sheet. 1 but said the senator did
Imp flinty soil occasional "he's paned
e 4 among trIumphantly, put us on "I'm glad you like this country -
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office procedures, 'clumps of cactus. John Wayne ""Don't mention It," she said the map." Indeed he has. I ," she said the other day, not go to a hospital.
To this I pledge myself would probably look off to the "I thought I could get by with( Before Lyndon became world bidding farewell to a visitor who Paul Green, press aide to the
Clerk." vAr a low hills on the far horizon and It Just one more time. famous, life had gone on com.1 was hurrying to get out of sigh ailing senator, said he spoke to
i os your ,nod sagely: "Injun country. Perhaps It', a hangover from ortably and evenly. About to write down what she'd said Mrs. Engle after hearing of tie

"A (I, There were Indians, once, but the frontier days when peopleto biggest story in Fredericksburg And it's true. It's a land and newspaper story and that she S
$hJJUl most of the present families talk to were few and -population ,14o-had been a people you can like. \denied that the senator had fall I t
C.IaJzR
have been here for generations, far away but the natives hereabouts murder, "and even then it was Down the dirt road that fol.InwI en or that she had said he had
many of them descendants of are unfailingly hos an out of town man who did it,": the' river ire the twisted,fallen.._-----. '
the original German pioneerswho pitable. They nod or say helloto aid Art Kowert, publisher of a branches- of great live oaks that After being read an Associated ,
settled In the 1840s around complete strangers, even local weekly. I shade the headstones and neat Press account of the News
ono1
Fur oquoltoiotion
CLARK STONE Is your STEPPING for oil. ',Fredericksburg 18 miles to the wave from their cars as they Adm. Chester Nimitz, World lawn of the family burial plo'Call Bulletin story, Green said:
ELIMINATE PRESENT west. Local folk have kept their drive by. In Johnson City no War II naval hero, had been the where Cousin Oriole-and the: "I would like to officially SI
STONE to cooperation-effioency-econ- FEE SYSTEM r language. An out-of-state motorist one locks his home or even his most illustrious native son. Not President too, he says-will rest deny the story."
can get quite a shock whenan business when he's around the that townsfolk weren't warned'when their time comes. __ IiSl
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
omy as A MAN Hit' PHOMKO THAT KMFf attendant asks with a heavy corner for coffee. If It rains, a Johnson himself told his classmates Harvey Jordan, retired now,

ELECT Teutonic accent" if he should neighbor will bring in your when he was a boy here in dusty boots and faded farm 3 Youths Get
"check der oil. laundry If you're out. that he would be toJ
I one day presl- clothes, rocks in a rusty spring
QUALIFIED GOOD EXPERIENCE Ralph J. RossiTAX j try The stick people to of their Johnson traditions.Coun Invitation Real dent. With such advance notice would, chair in the cool of his porch- Year On ChargeOf J
think
you might people it was Johnson's grandfather'sonceand
ASSESSOR Some of the older folk back- Even if you're the 50th tour have been better prepared. But contentedly sips a
(Pd. r.l IId.1 'country may still make their ist that day to ask directions to LarcenyBARTOW I
M. Pol. Ad.. by *. J. RM>| I they weren't.Why highball as he looks past the
__ __ u ______,own soap and boil the laundry the LBJ Ranch, they'll say the President's birth. fence down to the river. Three Zephyrhills

lace-Cousin Oriole insists it's The Secret Service sentry youths, accused of breaking intoa
not the same bonding tiny 3- booths over by the ranch driveway Lakeland service station C

room shack near the ranch, was' are empty and no helicopters March 2, Friday were given IIf
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i used either to store hay, as livIng or planes are buzzing in and two concurrent one-year sentences .
quarters for Mexican migrant out of the landing strip. The a
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azy -birds, fish, etc, probably done
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VII I: DALLAS, Tex. (AP-J. M. dent John F. Kennedy has re Meanwhile, Freeman & Cos-I Communist China recently BOATING IS FUN and performance.
Iy Shea Jr.. who wrote a magazine 'signed his Job as an oil exccu sage, American Petrofina's advertising recognized by France contains I I' Sine 1940 N. Pol. ,... ay *_ CondkUto
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it was announced Friday. cized the attitude of Dallas before him into court. The culprit successfully treated by d ) '
A ,communique said that and after the assassinationof was a squirrel who invadedthe NON-SURGICAL 'I I / rr /
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ed President Fulgencio Batista, had failed to oppose extremist and called police. By the time DR. EARLE RABB
1i will face a firing squad as or organizations. He said; "When they arrived, the squirrel had CLINIC. N.D.
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three weeks ago. It gave no they simply stood back and let and overturned several small
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PLANT CITY A nudist colony while, Is distributing literature ly is being developed along The confirmed nudist believes

. A ray gyp is being organized to serve asking, "Do you wish to attend lines suggested by one of the It is both pleasant and healthfulto
Plant City, Lakeland Winter
Haven and other Central Ridge the local nudist park?" and then national associations of sun- dispense with clothing whenit

communities, The Ledger learn. listing the name of the association bathers Safeguards are to be Is possible to do so Becauseof

ed yesterday. and a Lakeland post office installed to prevent "Invasion"by that belief, nudism has be-

A tract of 400 acres between box. (P O Box 3102)). curiosity-setkers, and also come a booming weekend and
Plant City and Lakeland has The property to be developedis keep members from inadver vacation activity for individualsand
been purchased by an organisa In Hillsborough County near tently offending neighboringhome families.
tion known as "Natural Association the Polk line, approximately or property owncri In Daytona Beach, the nudist
," and is to be developed as half way between Plant City and Florida already has several association maintains an active

a sunbathers' colony. Lakeland. Extensive swimming, nudist colonies which operate speakers' bureau and supplies
The organization is headed by boating and out-of-door recreational quietly and without interferencefrom speakers (fully clothed) to Rotary
Richard Schmidt, who reported. facilities are being planned the law. A large one is Lions, Civitan and other
ly has attorneys working to obtain an informant told The situated about 20 miles north of civic clubs. The speakers tell of

the necessary re-zoning of Ledger. Tampa, and another near Day the health' and recreational benefits -
the property Schmidt, mean- The proposed colony reported- tona Beach. of nudism

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If Draft Could Be EndedElimination




Miss Winter Haven Named

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trophy to Miss Coral An.* $tovon*. 19-ytor.olo1 daughter of Mr. end Mra R, W. St...... of loko t

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WASHINGTON (A'-Presldcnt Johnson ordered a AI

Carol Ann Stevens Named sweeping study Saturday of military manpower policies

to determine whether the draft can be eliminated in
I the 19709,

Johnson made the announcement at his second ____1\ \,

1964 Miss Winter HavenBy news this one conference a 35.minute In three session days in, k 'a

his office, not announced in ad
TOM HUGHES er, president of the Winter Only five girls participated vance. Air Crash J

Ledger SUff Writer Haven Junior Chamber of in this year s Miss Winter The President said Secretaryof

WINTER HAVEN Carol Commerce, which sponsored Haven contest The other Defense Robert S, McNa- Kills49 !J
Ann Stevens, a 19-yearold the contest. three participants were Bar. mara will undertake the one-

Winter Haven beauty, was Dr Walter Sligh, Lakeland, bara Sue Thames, 19, daughter year study to "consider alterna '
Crowned Miss Winter Haven of president of the Polk County of Mrs. Helen L. Thamesof lives to the present draft selection In Arabia W

1964 during ceremonies held Chiropractors A ISO c I a tion, 3123 Avenue F, NW, Joyce system, Including the possibility -
at Nora Mayo Hall here last awarded the Miss Posture Anne Addison 21 1. daughter of of meeting our requirements BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -

night trophy to Miss Stevens. Mr, and Mrs. Lester C. Addi on an entirely voluntarybasis Divers reached the wreckage of
The brown haired, brown son, of 1518 Avenue H, NE; In the next decade"
Runner Named a jetliner in the Persian Gulf
eyed professional dance teacher Up and Janice Graham, 19, daughter Asked if this foreshadows a 1.
a daughter of Mr and Named runner.up in the of Mr and Mrs Edsall cutback In military strength Saturday and reported fire;E
Mr* R. W. Stevens of Lake Miss Winter Haven contest Graham of 604() 6th St., NW the chief executive said: "1'have given up(ill. hv of ] .i''
1 'Wales, was also named Miss was Linda Carole Lea. 21, of Contestants participated in wouldn't want to anticipate the ing any survivors among the 49

Correct Posture 1964xfcUss 599 Avenue H, SE. The blonde, swim suit.. talent and formal results of that study Of course, persons-including 23 American
Stevens of 2015 26th blue-eyed stager is the daughter evening gown competition be it is the hope of everyone that -aboard, an airline spokesman
St.. NW. was crowned MISS. 'of MJ>. and Mrs. William tensions in the world can ease, said

t Winter Haven by Bruoa Park. Walter Lea of Lebanon Tenn. (Turn to Page II-A, Column 2)m that we can bring about disarmament The French-built'Caravelle cf Rusk .Visits Viet Nam

that we can take; partof Middle East Alrli e.-Alr Liba ,

t Folds the resources that are( now plunged into the gulf while try Strongman Premier, Nguyen Khonh of VI.t 101.", posse In his offfc In Soigon with wishing/ ; U. S. I,
Laos Summit Talk into ing
going military production to land In a swirling sani -
; and protection" and "lIpend storm Friday night at Dhahran Secretary of Stito Dun Ruik,At tight I. U. S. Ambotiodor Henry Cabot L..... A massive i. them better and Saudi "'.. thrown around Rank oH r Conmunlit. terrorists ron.w.d Chair bombing .".ch on Amorteoni..
on a society a ArabIa. It was just three
tAP( Wlrtphoto vlo rodie from Saigon>
greater society minutes from landing time aj,

Renewed Civil War Feared Drafts 11,000 Monthly the end of a two-hour nonstop
flight from Beirut. 0'
i Rusk I
Draft calls this year have run Assures Viet Nam
between 16000 and 12,000 Plane Lost Contact
PLAINE DES JARRES Laos agree on ways to neutralize the Despite Souvanna's statementthat monthly
Visibility at the time 11::10i
(AP-A summit conference ol royal capital, he will submit his resignation
Politics again figured/ prominently i fluctuated
p.m. between :100
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the three leader. of Laos coa If Souvanna resigns, chaos Is to the king. Souphamouvong In Johnson give.and- feet and 1,500 feet. The pilot Of U. S. I
lition government collapsed Sat- expected to prevail In Laos and expressed hope that the take with newsmen. In responseto was reported making a normal Villagers Help .
urday and Prince Souvanna the situation could be as It was three leaders will resume meet- one question, Johnson seemed landing approach when the .
announced he will ask:before the coalition was formedin Ings to solve the Laotian problem -
Phouma
concede that Sen .
'I J to Barry plane lost contact with the tower By PETER ARNETT him his arrival Irlday Gen,
"One on was strong man premier, Maj.
he said
oh. June 1902 when this land-; because,
Vathana (
King Savang relieved Goldwater of Arizona is the
tora cannot solve the problem in Dhahran. I SAIGON, South Viet Nam. tightened after a terrorist bomb Nguyen Khanh, in a U.S. Air
as premier His departure(locked kingdom was by party front-runner for the Republican
civil alone" Most of the Americans aboard (AP) US Secretary of Slate i exploded In a military bus here Force C123.
could: spark full civil war. I war presidential nomination.
were employed or connected Dean Rusk toured relatively early Saturday, wounding two Rusk shook hands with scores I
The idea of the rightist, neu Johnson related that he talked
with the Arabian American Oil peaceful regions north of Sal. U.S, servicemen of Vietnamese and told them
tralist and leftist meeting was to I Friday to a man "very knowl I
Co.-Arlmco-whlch has headquarters Saturday and told villagers"we
gon "we in
turn the royal capital of Luang edgable in public affairs" who Blasts Planned the United States are
and a complex for Its are with you every day, every your comrades in arms In this
Prabang into the temporary : thought Goldwater might go employes at Dhahran. I week, until victory is Police Intelligence reports fight" against Communist
administrative capital In an attempt Into the GOP nominating convention achieved." said the Communists planned a guerrillas
to solve Laos' :1it A In July with some 632 Reports from Dhahran said .
year-old series of bomb explosions during -
US. and South Vietnamese
only one body had been recovered lie
crisis. votes and that more than 500 Rusk's three-day visit, /with predicted that some day
security men kept a grim watch
and rescue operations were
votes "looked like a pretty solid electrical transformers US. Installations the Communist Hanoi regimewill
No Results Reached ontlnuing in the belief Communist suicideuads
I figure. disappear "and your broth
and American vehicles
Souvanna, a neutralist, came Referring to Goldwater, Johnson Rescue operations were being might try to kill Rusk.Ineffect among the targets ers In the North can join you in
out of a field tent In which the r said, "I think he will be up Impeded by rough weather, Stringent precautions were a free, unified Viet Nam"
In Saigon, to which Rusk Wearing a brown, short-
leaders had been meeting for there pretty high." which began easing slightly sitTurn returned at dusk The massive sleeved sports shirt Rusk made I Khanh, however, gave Rusk a
two days and said no results to his
Declining announce own sobering assessment of the
( to Page 8-A, Column 3) alr-ground net set up to shield a flying field trip with the war
had been reached He had con candidacy for election, the .- situation In a 90-mlnute meeting
ferred with Gen. Phouml No.van ..- I President said, 'I try to keep before the take off and in their

the rightist faction leader, as far away from partisanshipand private discussions during the
and Prince Souphanouvong, campaigning as I can. I try trip.
leader of the pro- Communist to keep my political speeches
Pathet Lao and half-brother of restrained Major Attacks Staged

Souvanna The chief executive said he RACE FOR GO ER OReW The guerrillas have staged
Souvanna. who has been premier wants to "be president of all the ,; some major attacks In recent
for 22 months told newsmen people and do what I think is M weeks and, contrary to previous;
: best for all the people: not just tactics, have showed an incllnv
Upon my return to Vientiane best for Democrats, but best for tion to stand and fight .-
(permanent administrative capital all Americans" Bloc Talking with newsmen, the
Charges 'Big Money'
) I will make a report to his Opposition Grieves Htm High premier said he told Rusk the
majesty the king Communists can be expected to
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Because of my inability to I He said It is "very damaging intensify their efforts later this
AP
solve the Laotian problem I will WI.ph.toOn to the American nation to have year and launch "more determined
ask the king to relieve me from i : opposition for opposition sake Helping Dickinson's Campaign moves" against the
and to have blind opposition"
functions of coalition premier, I South Vietnamese forces
He looked grim depressedand The Inside He said "It grieves me" to see Accompanying Rusk and
nervous. Asked if the king party-line opposition to measures By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS High also blasted at state Sen 'ing weeks of the campaign Khanh were US Ambassador
"calculated to benefit allAmerican. Scott Kelly. Police had been on the alert fo
Miami's Robert King
would accept his resignation Mayor Henry Cabot Lode U.S. Army
Souvanna replied: "1 don't 1 Two Of A Kind ." but he did not go High charged today that "big "Back In May of 1960," he said possible racial demonstrations Chief of Staff Gen Earle a
Burns but developed
against none -
know i Into specificsThe money interest' supported Gov. "Kelly promised legislation that Wheeler and the commander of
Souvanna was scheduled to. chief executive said he Farris Bryant campaign four would restrict campaign spend I American forces In Viet Nam.

leave April 23 with the king on I Zebras convicts and young ladies In striped coats would have something to say years ago and "many of the ing to $250,000 per candidate." Mathews took another poke at Gen, Paul D. Harklns,

state visits to France and Britain apparently will be in fashion this spring, according to "about the responsibility of the same interests" now are backIng "Kelly was stirred Into this action the proposals of Dickinson, for- Rusk was a guest of Khanh

It was reported in Paris. 1 this picture 'rem a recent fashion show in West Berlin. (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 5)): Fred O. Dickinson when the 1960 candidates mer state senator from West at a state dinner Saturdar
however, that because of his Fashion note and other Items of Interest to women will During the 1960; campaign spent close to $2 million," he Palm Beach. Rep. Fred Karl of night

prostate operation, President be found starting on page 1-C of today's Ledger. Spring High said Dickinson claimed said. "But this is 1964, and, as Volusia County urged considers
Charles de Gaulle had informed b also the time for strange college antics, like the one Two Military hat Bryant sold his soul to the'of April 13, Kelly had received lion of human needs In the state
the Laotians he could not receive $331.175 In contributions. He will Kelly again promised to seek lakelander
special interests, told the
described on page "A. lor tourists such as the ones described High .
Souvannaand Planes $450,000 for the first prl repeal of the 13S-mlllion-a-year
and CrashIn receive
the king on page 10-A, who are overrunning the land of florid Petroleum Marketing
date would i increase In auto tag taxes Avoids DeathIn
that a later Lyndon. Other article. In today's Ledger tell you about Association, "but If his crown mary.
have to be set flew ways to combat shoplifters (page 2-.4), the war In OhioWILMINGTON prince, Bud Dickinson, said he "It's funny what four years I "I have been labeled a con- Air CrashA
did I won't the do to a point of view." servative candidate," he said.
Reds Control Border Viet Nam (page I-A) and a Lakeland soldier who Is the argue point can
Ohio (AP- "I believe he is close High said Bryant was quoted "If this means applying buaines !-
has been feuding youngest ever selected to stand guard at the Tomb of enoughto Lakeland man Samuel
Souphanouvong A civilian Information officerat principles to state government -
and the the Unknowns at Arlington ( J-D). These are a Bryant to know what was in 1956 as saying that"for every Jones
with the neutralists page Clinton County Air Force I am proud to wear the of 711 South Johnson, escaped
contributors
dollar the ,
and whom big
rightists for more than a year few of the Interesting and Informative articles In today's Base said two military planes promised to two dollars In gave re- badge Kelly said. death or serious Injury
they expected ,
control about 1,000 Promises Said Mad. yesterday when the small plan
His forces Ledger. were reported to have crashed "I will strive for efficiency
miles of border with Red China near here Saturday night turn. In which he was riding crashed
Many of the big Interests and in the
money governmentand
and Communist North VietNam The officer Edward L. $700,00 ContributedBut economy on take off at a Toronto, Canada -
who supported Bryant not try to figure out who
Souvanna and Phoumi Schurr said he did not know airport The pilot was reported .
Amusements ........ 7D are now supporting Dickinson he said Bryant made no we can tax next"
accuse the Pathet Lao of ex Sports ........M........ 1-4-D If the planes crashed In the land the same promises and con. mention of this In the 1960 campaign killed.
Mathews told Winter Haven
with panding the their aid of influence the Chinese steadily and Bridge ......."............ 6.A Stocks-Finance 10-11C coincidental.He aIr, or If the. accidents were cesslons have been made In exchange 1 when he reported in excess group of voters a that his campaign be Details obtained of the last crash night.could Jones not

North Vietnamese. Citrus ............_..... 8D Women ............. .. 1.8.C said the planes were ell for Dickinson million j of $700,000 In contributions was on the upswing and I an engineer for Gulf Engineer
But the issue that broke the Weather Map ...... 6-A ,. from the S07th Troop Car. dollar war chest: Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville should peak on the May 5 elec.tion .'in Lakeland, was in Canada on
summit conference was the Classified .......... '.1%.DSA rler Group at Clinton CountyAir "If it was true in 1960 for a told an audience of day. la mine consulting job and was
Editorials ............ 4-A
of Luang Prabang as Force Bate. candidate to sell his soul to I about 800 listeners at a fish fry He urged voters to "use your route to the mine when the

question the administrative capital Con Deaths ......_...... Horoscope.. . 7-D It was not know Immediately :raise big money, as stated byMr i In Jacksonville that State Sen minds and not lust your hearts light plane crashed He was esf -
said Phoumi how many occupant Dickinson, I ask td whom John Mathews Is showing "emo- petted f to return to Lakeland

ference Souphanouvong. sources could not ...... ,,,.... u. '- """" ..." ,_ -_.. __ ,"""oj were on the planes. I|has he sold his soul in 1964." I I tional despera tlOl1" in the clos-l(Turn to Page 6 A, Column 6) last night. .


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De Gaulle's ConditionSaid


Shoplifters Cause ProblemsIn 'Very Satisfactory'PARIS :,,6..

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(APJ President flclal lunch by Pompldou Instead .
Packaging Of GroceriesNEW Charles de Gaulle took a few of De Gaulle.Speculation .

KNOWN RVALUES steps In his hospital room Satur-
day and ate a normal lunch on Begins
YORK (AP-.Why have get them past the check- t -and for the bulky sheets of the first day after his secrecy The operation touched off a
they started sealing otf the ends girl. cardboard on which small Itemsare
shrouded prostate operation Fr -new wave of speculation about
SOUTHGATEONLY of wax paper rolls? Switch Items mounted-harder to pocket. day. A medical bulletin called,De Gaulle's future, It has been .
Why do they deliberately use Also, says Barksdale, an attempt Barksdale recounted these In- his condition "very satisfactory reported that De Gaulle knew
different size packages tot to standardize a line of stances in discussing the 33rd ," last December that an operation
ucts that aren't different frozen foods in convenient National Packaging Conferenceand .
prod'j Associates reported the president would be necessary. This may
The answer, says same.size packages raised; problems National Packaging Exposition !- would stay In the hospital well have been In his mind when

Barksdale. , vice president,, They found that some being held by the American about 10 days, then spend about he told a January news confer ba
Whitman's Chocolates divisionof shoppers would switch productsand Management Association another week convalescing ence "I cannot and do not wishto
Pet Milk Co. and an experton for instance, take home a starting April 20. Barksdale Is to
SUNDAY probably at his country estate reply" a question as ,to
packaging, is shoplifters. $1.75 lobster in a macaroni.and. an association officer and will at Colombey-les.Deux.Egllses i In whether he would seek election f
Supermarket managers have cheese carton with a 38-cent chair several of the conference eastern France.Information for a new seven.year term as '-.
found that some thieves will tag sessions, '.
12-7 P.M. slip email objects tubes of Barksdale said that efforts to I from the sick! president In 1965.
Face
toothpaste or shampoo, for in'thwart dishonesty also account Challenges room on De Gaulle's direct a..
stance-Into the hollow rolls of for some of the hard-to-open Jar Barksdale said that thwarting orders was limited to a few Florida LifeInsurance
wrapping paper and thereby ops-lid switching Is common thieves is only one of many basic and reassuring facts The ,
State BrandFERTILIZER r rrrrs rrrs.I challenges package designers bulletin Issued said only: "Gen.
face. de Gaulle passed a good night, Totals i
They must also keep in mind took some nourishment and took .
I the particular wants of ware several steps in his room. His Hit Billion '
$19
RECIPE I housemen, and the fact that retailers -condition is very satisfactory"

are very Jealous of their No News ExpectedNo
6-5-5 FOR A HAPPY LIFE shelf space. The retailers won't TALLAHASSEE (APState
99C stock a package that takes up further official news is expected Insurance Commissioner J, Ed- ,
SO Pound too much room and they insist before Sunday morning win Larson reported today that
I 1 Toke one well-f tted Sonotont hearing I on loading shelves the handiest But government officials were nearly $19 billion worth of life
Bag I oid I way for their purposes. busily explaining that there is insurance was In force in Florida Jr
no lapse in power, that all contingencies at the end of 1963 ,
2 Relax and had been foreseen. A
listen ,Jmmm A Winning RecordNEW For comparison. Larson said,
The special command
telephonefor
PETUNIASDouble 3 Go back to church and your social Wm H, Wiles France's budding atomic only about $18 billion worth was
HAVEN, Conn. U) In force In 1940.
be yourself the
group on Job Enjoy force has been installed in Premier
Yeert Yale athletic teams compiled Larson made the comments In
everything ve been missing.
you 15
Sonoron an. over-sU record of 192 victories Georges Pompidou's of i
Hybrid Marking Florida Life Insurance
I 146 defeats and 4 ties during Lice, and all pending business
Manager I Week set for April 20-28 HAND HOLDS IOYS LIFI-Denny Newell, 12-reer-oM bey
I the 1962-63 academic year. had been far enough advanced whe helpee1 held tr.it belleon |lad before '.._H, didn't let t* Inlime .
EverbloomingALTS In the competition with Big before De Gaulle
SONOTONE of LAKELAND went to the Her he from hime'ree'e feel
(i Three rivals Harvard and National Park Service conservationists eane.les Hie line el hi the eir. ,
hospital so that there will be
I Princeton, the Ells came out no fear that lack of H. wet eerrlerf 5,000.t before the kellee* pilot discovered tK.
.
1217 E. Lemon Sr. Ph. MU 2-7816 .I third, however, on the varsity inconvenience.A message was sent off to the water could burn away the] bay"i plight.He mode en Immediote o".Kent. The boy enly tuHereo!
4/$1/ level. Harvard won 12 of 20 Everglades National Park. I en Injured hone1 (AP Wirophoto)
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmj and Princeton 12 of 22. ling of Laos, however, saying
that De Gaulle would not be
'able to receive him for a scheduled .
r : official visit to Paris, April New Japanese Train DesignedTo
ticiiii 2830. New dates will be set for
I the trip. When U Thant, secre
tary-general of the United Nations .

Red and Yellow comes to Paris April 27. Travel 126 Miles Per Hour
he will be entertained at an ofHOMEOWNERS'

Quart I PALMER Says He Will : .. ODAWARA Japan (AP) It;broad.gauge railroad, a billion. through 65 tunnels and over

51WAX/ 9 is called -No-Chotokkyu dollar project begun In 1958 and 3,100 bridges. For 61 miles of
Can ,. 1 5 the dream super-express When now 90 per cent complete. the route they will move on elevated

1 A j, Be a FULL Time Supervisor of Registration , . _. it flashes over the rails at 126 Follows Old Road trackage over highways,
towns and other railways.
Continuously promoting the Importance of being miles an hour on Oct. 1 all l The line cuts through Japan'sIndustrial The Japanese National Railways .

I : registered INSURANCESpecial Japan will hold its breath and heartland and will government-owned corporation
;: Low Rates pray It doesn't become a night serve 70 per cent of its people which will run the line,
; Lead the fight to lower the voting age to forNONDRINKERS mare super-express It follows the old Tokaldo Road says it isn't worried but It Isn't
I r" eighteen. ONLY : Undergoing extensive final over which samurai, courtesans, going to take any chances.
BEGONIA39c talALt-l tests here, it is the world's fast- merchants and foreign envoys The trains will not run at top
I Get the job done oil long , est train, holder of the world's traveled from Tokyo to the Imperial capacity at the outset They will
year every year, INiUtANCI speed record of 153.8 m,p.h. capital of Kyoto a century take 4'/j hours for the Tokyo-

forgetting "political expediency". COMPANY"" One of a stable of snout ago Osaka journey, with the time

t : call today nosed cream-colored electric This route Is designed to take gradually dropping to 3 if safety -

'Those Who Know Him Will Vote for Him" for thoroughbreds, It eventually will the strain off the old narrow factors warrant.
: your Preferred Risk rates : cut the running time between gauge Tokaido Line, now at Brakes Automatic
Pd. '.1. A4. ,: ': Tokyo and Osaka from 6Ya; near.saturation point with 120 1
LAMAR H. FUMING
INSURANCI AGENCY hours to 3. The distance is 322 passenger trains and 770 freight The trains will have an automatic I

:: ... :. miles trains on peak days Though the braking system called
In. .Id. Av.
-1 I .M.5117 eee(i4ia...407JMMIM .[ The automatically controlled old line's mileage Is only 3 per ATC or automatic train control .

COLEUSQuart 1"........ ; ..........: trains will use Japan's first cent of the national railway total .
-- .- It handles 25 per cent of all Operating on a transistorized
freight and passenger traffic. track to .cab communications
this I system, ATC will slow the train
Split-second timing over

Can 19 I SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY. 9:30 A.M.r TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND to congested accidents route, has contributed if it It gets, pick too up close speed to one when in frontof the

danger has passed. It will select _
Japanese Uneasy a proper track when mowing

Japanese who are uneasy at into stations and halt the
the speed and timing of the old train if the motorman happens

SALVIARed line are beginning to wonder to nap.
about feats of engineering Involved The railroad will have no level -

in the new one The crossings, thus eliminating
White, Purple trains will hurtle at the top permitted collisions with automobiles,

speed, 126 miles an hour, trucks and pedestrians.
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Quart 19C I King Hussein I Visits


Can I\laas IIIIlel.S is Cape Kennedy Saturday


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CAPE KENNEDY (AP-King On the schedule were visits to
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tans here from New .
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and a Saturn 1 blockhouse.
day tour of the United
The planned to spend
king
Includes Hussein s 17 yearoldbrother
last night in Palm Beach He
Prince Hassan Ibn Ta
I Is scheduled to visit Cyprus

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'. 2S-year-old Middle Eastern
oe water skiing
GIZZARDRed : monarch started his planned'
.JJ five-hour stopover at Cape Ken-
nedy with a filet mignon lunch- STUDENT VOTINGON
and Yellow eon hosted by Dr Kurt Debus, MACHINES
director of the Kennedy Space LOUISVILLE (APStudents
Center, and Brig Gen. HarryJ at the University of Louisvilleand
s \ i' Sands Jr.. commander of, 19 high schools in the area
4$1MARIGOLDS/ the Air Force Missile Test Cen-:will have no excuse if they fall
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four major US space programs new ones the county purchased,
I ', ; 4fir' : Gemini, which seeks to were given to the schools to
send a pair of astronaut Into instruct students in the mechanics
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April II, W4 TAMING THE IRON HORSE
Rights Bill Needs



[ LEDGER EDITORIALS'He's 1


Very Careful Study;,,


Just A !'

Boy It I Is 'Explosive'By

Today marks the opening of the annual next day to Lakeland General and, w

fund campaign of the American after a series of tests and several con-

Cancer Society In Polk County. We sultants were called In, they operatedon DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTONThere's to whether racial discrimination

could recite a column or two of statis- July 18 and told me there was no a begins with five guests or
other fixed figure. It re
real "mess in any
tics which "prove" the usefulness of medical help as it was' so far advanced. probably one of Washington the worst in fers only to "equal protection

this dedicated agency. But, somehow, I remember saying, "Not Paul; he's American history For the of the laws."

we believe that the following letter, received just a young boy!" Contrary to what I Crq Sp Congress of the United States,

by The Ledger from Mrs. Elea- may have believed, children are very / t' and Intimidated '. Humphrey ALSO, SENATOR of Minnesota Hubert, one
a frightened -
nore S. Palmes, speaks with greater prone to have cancer, and it is becom- by, street of the Democratic leaders,

force than all the statistics ever compiled ing more common with each year. Even demonstrations says that there ought to be,

babies may be born with cancer and something in the bill against

Mrs. Palmes Kathleen housewife pressuregroups any job-quota guarantees and
a has that this would reduce the
writes-"Many of you who read this "I HAD NO hospitalization policy. abandoned"law concern of some of .the, bill's
will recall the illness and untimely Paul's doctor referred me to Mrs. and or opponents But will it aatisfy

death due to cancer, of my 16-year-old Dodge, the head of the Polk County ..e der" in respect the Negro pressure groups

son, Joseph Paul Holland, last September. Cancer Society There could never be y to certain Senator Everett Dirksen, of
legisla Illinois, the Republican leader
.
I keenly feel that many may not words to describe the kindness, com- (Jff/f/cIA&/A; : five pro. - - who in general favors the

fully comprehend the all-out effort passion, and the immediate attention cedures. It LAWRENCE House "civil rights" bill, has

made by the AC.S. of Polk County in Paul's case received. looks now as if the "civil been struggling with the

son's behalf. Not once did I waver "Even though there was no hope rights" legislation will be bogged phraseology of amendments
my
down in a morass of hun for the last several weeks and
in the belief and knowledge that every- for Paul's recovery, except God's will, -g dreds of proposed amend- is trying to get some kind of

thing humanly possible was done by he was taken to Winter Haven Hos- ments and changes. agreement among Republican

Mrs Rena Dodge and our local Cancer pital, Snively Wing, and for three j The Senate, instead of sending senators so a* to reduce pub
t the House bill lic
-passed to opposition to the bill.
Society. weeks given the most extensive and
a committee to consider all Since the amednments and
expensive care available, cobalt treatments the amendments and then coming from both the Northern
"PAUL HAD BEEN loading water- recommend a bill to the whole and the Southern Sena-.

melons for several days in Kathleen, "His room was lovely and his doc- body, adopted an entirely dif tors, it Is estimated that the,
ferent strategy to try to tota'! number
proposed might
prior to reporting to the Foodtown tors, nurses and nurse aides were remarkable amend the bill during the de. reach 1,000. It's a fantastic

Grocers for regular work. His hopes people. Nothing was left undone THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE bate itself. Originally this situation, and just when the
were sky-high for his senior year, be- I have told Paul's story in the was planned In order to avoid Senate is going to get through
reader understandwhat delay in the Senate Judiciary with the bill is anybody's
cause he had been selected for the hope that the will
Committee, because it was
DCT He had his job to aid him is being done here. There was Increasing Role For Women feared by the advocates of the

through the final year, and was look no cure for my son, but science is 10 bill that the measure wouldbe NattCffldl.fql.n

ing forward to graduation, then the near the breakthrough that there couldbe tied up there Indefinitely,
EDITORI! Congratulationsare But now it turns out that
service a different story told later by some- City CrewFeatherbedding
due the editors of The
THE Ledger'sOpinion amending the bill on the floor guess. It Is being freely pre
"On July 10, he started mowing the body you love." SOUTHERN, student newspaper of the Senate means a far dicled that the confusion will
yard and complained of back pains. So ends Mrs. Palmes' message to at Florida Southern Col. PageThu ? more lengthy process than get to be so extensive that

His abdomen seemed swollen. I calledour the mothers and fathers of Polk Coun- lege, for holding a poll on the EDITOR I had ever was envisioned If the when the Senate bill Is com
advisability of electing a woman editorial p.|. often : recently occasion : bill had gone to the commit pleted it will really be unsatisfactory -
physician. Paul was admitted the ty, Nothing need be added to it. President of the United lh. ntwtpaptr'i own opinion to observe a crew of to everybody. It would

States The poll is, of course, on ....tt... of currant inttrtttin repairmen from the City of teeThe majority In the Senate then have to go to conference
prompted by the candidacy of the tditerUI the olumn. of Itwolcomot Lakeland work on a street could at any time have organized between the two houses and

I A Lesson In DemocracyOne Margaret Chase Smith. ,...., in the Voict opinions of tho light that was out of commis- a select committee of be virtually rewritten. When
Those who have followed Pooplo Column. L.".,. must its own to consider the bill this happens, President Johnson .
of the most outstanding success from owning property. They could not Senator Smith's career will bo ilgnod .". beer the wit sion. They were here for two and let hearings be held so may be expected to intervene
almost certainly agree that or'i .dd,..., but nomoi will and one half hours, during that all sides could give their with his own version
stories in American history has been become citizens, so were barred from I she is superbly qualified, lie withhold upon roquttt A
apart which time there were five arguments for and against the of a bill, and perhaps defer
written by the Issei-Japanese Immigrants occupations and professions requiring from sex, for the post Her word letter,ihould end' vn not awed connot 250 boutd men on the Job. At no time bill as well, as the proposed some controversial sections for
who came to America early in citizenship for license or membership. faithfulness In meeting the responsibilities The Ldor rourvMth were more than two of these amendments But it seems further consideration in another -
the century. In a dark page of American history, of high office Is right to r.|.ct ony ItHtr men actually doing anything: now that the Senate has com bill next year.
shown In her attendance at C, thorton it. Opinion; of the others mitted Itself to the long-
For the first time a study is being both Issei and Nisei were uprootedfrom were either lean.
meetings of Congress. This columnuti sod ethtr tontributort ing against the truck, smokinga drawn-out procedure of tryingto SO FAR AS the general
made of these people'who have done their homes at the outbreak of stands In sharp contrast, for Phi .pp.., ....wh.,. on cigarette, taking a drink of write a bill while every one public is concerned, it has
much to enrich American economic World War II and Interned behind Instance, with the record of page. water, sitting on the ground, of Its hundred members Is been given the Impressionthat

and cultural life, It ,will probably be barbed wire-this when we were fight- the Junior who shares Senator with from Adam Florida are Indicative of Increasing or looking up at the man on given the opportunity to offer some kind of filibusteris
amendments. It take
may In the
the ladder, going on Senate It
the last such study, for most of themare Ing against the very Idea of concentra- Clayton Powell the record for maturity among our women. months to deal with that kind self While the Southernershave

of advanced age tion, camps. tit 'r ,1 absenteeism. LEO 1.. ROCKWELL By than my calculation 12 man.hours that's to better repair - ,of' legislative mess. been making lengthy
\ Those who have not followed -
The University of California, sup- -f ( the light, for which the speeches, the sad truth is s
Senator Smith's career WHEN THE HOUSE In
funds from the Carnegie MANY NISEI however served with taxpayer footed the bill.\ Is or- that the "civil rights" bill is
ported by should read the sketch of her Wonders Where it der to avoid lengthy committee not yet ready for considerationby
Corp. and the Japanese-American Citizens valor and distinction }n World War II, by- Maxine Cheshire In the that not one of those men. had hearings, permitted. the senate and ..1II1IOt be
League, will collect first-hand and later in Korea, winning proportion Saturday Evening Post for US., Is HeadedEDITOR the Intelligence to figure the amendments to' be:made on until amendments have beensubmitted '
April 18. And those who are problem out by himself? Would the floor, the bill was changed
for further debate '
f Issei in the battl ('decoratlons than .
ately
accounts t> experiences more any not one assistant have been
Idea of 1
the
prejudiced against = : If our liberty goes materially. When it passedthe later on.
United States. This will be followedup other ethnic' group.In women In high political office our lives won't be worth two enough to help hire O,. Is it, House, the proponents of
by a later survey of their childrenand 1952, 'wIth the passage of the should read the book by that cents (and) all business and as It appears, that we are pay- the measure in the administration MEANWHILE, Senator JohnL
grandchildren, the Nisei McCarran-Walter Immigration and Na- distinguished anthropologist, property will be state owned. Ing the salaries of "featherbedders" and in Congress Insisted McClellan of Arkansas
Ashley Montagu of Rutgers Our forefathers establisheda on these crews. that thj bill was a perfect Democrat has warned that the
Act theIssei admitted
tionality were finally University, entitled "The Nat restrained government and AN OBSERVER measure and did not need passage of the "civil rights"bill
MOST MINORITY have suf- to citizenship.Far ural Superiority of Women" further amendment. But the
groups today we see a federal government (Name withheld by request) as may produce "greater
fered discrimination and injustice upon from being bitter about their President Lyndon Johnson injecting its fingers American people became discord, more hatred and strife
their arrival in the United States, but treatment, the Issei have raised their has recently shown his understanding Into about everything invading aware of some of the [bill's among our people, and will
of the high qualityof state's rights, Our forefathers The Other Side drastic restrictions on privatelife create graver problems than
none more so than the Issei. They met children to be loyal and productive women officials by his ap- established three Inde- in. this country, public any of those it is intended to
not only social discrimination, but in citizens. Juvenile delinquency among pointment of women to high pendent branches of govern. To StabilizationEDITOR opinion began to assert itself. solve." He adds:
many states laws prevented them even the Nisei is virtually n nextstent.I office In the nation. Few men went, and today we see a Now even the proponents of "There are always grounds
can challenge the competence, president telling the people : I have Just seen the "civil rights" bill are beginning for improvement, progress,
for Instance, of a woman like what must be done, telling your editorial of March 34 regarding to say that certain and some reforms, but those
Too Many Late Late Movies? Esther Peterson Congress what to do, and the the Quality Stabilization amendments are necessary. improvements will not be at.
And the future holds still Congress cooperating and a Bill. I am sure you want What is most disturbing is' tained by compulsion or coercion
more promise for the partici Supreme Court usurping legislative the utter indifference to constitutional ."
to know both sides-to be objective
Visitors to our shores inevitablycome Now comes an: Englishman, master pation of qualified women In functions. We had better in your columns-and questions. It is Senator Frank J, Lauscheof

armed with stereotyped imagesof tailor Peter Dewar Haggart of London, public affairs. The enlightened ask ourselves where are for that reason I urge you to puzzling to read the bill pass Ohio, Democrat, who was
America and Americans which don't program of the League of we going. Matters will not read 29-31 of "Case for ed by the House, which says five times governor of his state
who says he finds "the average American Women Voters as well as the right themselves, As Edmund Quality pages Stabilization." that if a motel or lodging and previously was mayor of
last long once they arrive Sometimes, a little more conservative, more changing attitude of women's Burke said, "The surest way house rents only five rooms, Cleveland, has sounded a sober
though, it takes foreigner to show us Greek letter societies in the for evil to succeed is for good JOHN E. LEWIS the owner can discriminate.The note of warning over the
that we often have wrong notions about quietly dressed than the average Englishman colleges toward intelligent par. men to do nothing (Secretary, Quality constitution does not extremes of the pressure
ourselves, ." ticipatlon in public affairs MRS. GOLDYA V, DOUGAL Brands Associates) make any such distinction as groups.

One traditional American view is Americans, he discovered to his sur-

that we-the men, at any rate-are prise, are favoring quiet patterns in

casual dressers who take no great interest their business suits. "I thought Ameri- 'Now About This Bobby Baker Case-'

in clothes Comfort, not style, cans all wore dreadful ties and loud ,
is the important thing.

On the other hand, we think of the suits," he says "I suppose it is a revolt By RUSSELL BAKER people reverse their ruling. the callous disregard of the want to broadcast It, do we? to retain my law firm? . .

Britisher as the epitome of sartorial against the Jazz Age." @ eta lJork! Gimtl: Get me 500 shares right away. sacred public trust which has . Talk to you later . You get on the horn and remind
"Welcome, ladies and gentlemen Okay . I'll call you later. been shown by certain people "Now, my neighbors out in
correctness-dark suit and muted tie Or maybe Haggart merely saw too Stupendum that I'm a
to another network who are not even senators. radioland, I want you to clearly i
bowler hat, cane or umbrella and all many old American movies on the mini-chat, the program that "NOW LADIES and gentlemen There's that phone again understand that what is at United States Senator, and
that. "telly." brings you three minutes of as I was saying the "Yes, this is Simpkins . issue in this Baker affair Is they better get themselves a ".
elevated thought by the na question posed by the Bobby Oh yes, what I wanted to tell not the Senate itself, but only well situated law firm right
tion's most__ Baker case Is one of ethics. you is this: I was In the appropriations certa in Senate employes. here at the capitol . Call
I Welcome Your elevated think. What kind of place would the committee yesterday There wasn't a single pieceof you later .
Majesty ers. For to I Senate be if everybody who and I've got the location testimony that reflected unkindly "Well, fellow Americans,
day's lecture, worked for it used hit sacred where we're going to build on a single Senator, neighbors, children and
Our opportunity today to extend Land, has a climate similar to ours, and we go to the position of public trust . the launching complex for the nor should there be. I ask household pets, it looks like
Florida's traditional welcome to King grows oranges and date palms. office of Sen! s Excuse me, but this tele- new Minotaur program. You'd you, neighbors, if you cannot the clock has run out on me,
Hussein is 'of the enlightened ator Cal I Simp- phone's going again-Hello. better get down there first trust your Senator, who can but I want to leave you with
Hussein, of the Hashemite Kingdom of one kins, who has "Didn't I tell you never to thing In the morning and buy you trust? . Excuse me this thought: You can rest .
monarchs of the Arab world who has up five or six thousand acres this is the last phone call I'll assured that is .
Jordan, is a reminder that there is no been keeping call me at the office . your Senate
shown a genuine desire to improve the an eye on the'I What do you mean you don't of that swampland cheap before take . not going to put up with a
real substitute for knowing a people r everybody in the Senate bunch of non-elected!
lot of his people Polk County peopleare Bobby Baker like the lavender wall to-wall employes ,
first-hand. to become better acquaintedwith Inveltl.gatlon carpeting? If you don't like gets onto it I'll call you "HELLO. SIMPKINS: speaking doing business in direct com .
glad it in lavender, get it In Chinese back in a few minutes and , What do you mean petition with your senators
SenaBAKER
King Hussein already has much In the Jordan king. We hope he likesus tor Simpkms" Red . No, no, that color give you the site We don't Stupendum TV doesn't want Bleu you and keep you."

common with' his Florida hosts. His too, and learns many things of interest "Fellow Americans, friends, would kill me If the place was
nation, a part of the revered Holy and value while he is with us. children, household pets. ever raided. Listen hang up
Bless you all. I want to speakto now and I'll call you later
you today as your neighbor . Of course I want you to
about something that be happy, Baby . Bye now Potomac FeverBy
LAKELAND LEDGER bothers us here In the Senate . Bye, bye. _
-this Bobby Baker business."I "Ah ladies and gentlemen,
know a lot of, you feel there's family life in Washington FLETCHER KNEBEL

Polk saaoNea JOHN roan M CO O Will, .,. ViPm.d.nlt III.fukllhm .... right bad that a staff officerof for you-my little Commenting on Barry Goldwater's 65 per cent of the vote in Illinois, lib..
Imperial County CLIVC HMM Jr l>n.tifav the Senate
would his
H tan IMMITT MTI* /a.World's use daughter decorating her own eral commentators seem to be saying that he went down to abject victory.
a_,.t* Miton BOH POWII.L.tfv position of sacred public trust playroom. Now what was I
.
Citrus Center CMAHt.il
rtltm Olncton *
'r T& audllrl CMMD IM" to enrich himself, and I wantto saying? Yes about the moral
P'.a"M..rl... M....N.NRr.ai ... assure you that we In the atpcts of this Baker thing Defense Boss McNamara feuds with Air Force Gen. LeMay over the state
Senate are even more alarmed Shocking stories are being of preparedness. LeMay is doubtful of our relative strength but McNamara
about it than you are. What whispered through the country believes there's ample power to win the election
The LEDGER'S telephones, : All Department!-686-1151 is involved here is the gravest Vicious rumors. Andthat's *
kind of ethical crisis. all they are, nothingbut
SUBSCRIPTION SATES Excuse me, folks, while I get rumors. Not a word of President Johnson's daughters get Smokey Bear dolls from the Forest Serv-
this telephone- proof was brought out in our ice. Or maybe it was the Bureau of Public Roads-as a reminder to daddy not
to burn the
HOMI DtllVCruOn highways.
"Hello. Yes, this is Cal investigation. Not a mentionof up

y..r . . . .. . $21.40 On ...."t.. .,. ,,. ... $ MJ Simpkins , Can't It wait? these 'o-called call girls, *
Si* months .. .. .. $11.70 W..II. . . . . . . ,$ ,4J . All right, all right I'll and there never will be if we Margaret Chase Smith gets a good vote for president in Illinois. But she'll
get Internal Revenue on the can help it. never settle for vice president. As a Yankee lady, she's against vice in form.
Thr.. in.nllii 9 5 15 On. '."r, ky Melt . . S2<.00 any
finish
phone as soon as I *
broadcasting"here . What? "HOW WOULD THAT kind
Senator Wayne Morse would abolish "fixing" of traffic violations In Wash
, Sure it of read In the uncommitted
they'll see thing
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by way when I get through your with countries of the world ington. Having run on the Republican, Independent and Democratic tickets

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 them If they get nasty aboutIt where we are engaged in the Morse will now run on the traffic ticket.
we'll rewrite the tax law great battle of mens minds *

. Now listen, this stock is No fellow Americans, the Britain boosts taxes on cigarets and whisky leaving women as the only
going to zoom after the Ux shocking. part of this case is safe habit-forming hobby, for a thrifty man.4A .
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i ti 1 J LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Apr61E,1//1 1-:1:

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Republicans Launch CampaignTo a..




{ r Show LBJ As Big SpenderWASHINGTON

yet
tt l (AP) Republicans to have gone a long way toward money from the defense budget .i,
have launched a con. blunting the Republicans' favorite to spend on his antipoverty
{
certed campaign to convince big.spending issue in the political program. le d1. to
v voters President Johnson is a campaign I

s P record-breaking spender despite. Reports brought back to Lady Bullfighter
his call for frugality in government Washington by members of Con I DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE

from their home states In !
The current Senate Republican the gress Middle West indicate that Hurt In Mishap 219 E. Main St. I 2637 S. Florida Avt.

Policy Committee memo, Johnson is showing considerable
TUNBIDGE WELLS EnglandAPAmerica's 6-4159
MU 27756 MU
GOP membersup
designed to keep strength in ordinarily Republlcan ( beautiful bull
4 to date on campaign issues, areas largely because of his
fighter Sandra LandryInjuredin
contends that four out of five well-publicized economy efforts
appropriations bills passed by I In an effort to counter this, was a reported car accident fairly near comfortableby here -' ,W :GIVE otl" RE tt, stAMPS.
I
the House "call for more spending the policy committee memo, hospital authorities Saturday
.
by the Johnson admlmstra ,quoted Sen J. Glenn BeaU, R' night, I
ion": than under President JohnF Md., candidate for re-election,
Kennedy a Miss Landry, 25, received a SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
as contending that during the:broken pelvis and facial injuries
r ya ? The fifth bill., the memo said, first three months Johnson held Thursday when the car in which
r carried a $9.7 million reductionin office "the
government
spent involved
n she was riding was in
funds for Congress and leg. more than In other
money any a collision with a truck I OPEN ALL DAY
islative agencies such as the,thr month period In U.S. his. Miss Landry. who calls Miami,
Government Printing Office and tory," Fla., home, had flown to England .
WITHIN THE RULtS-M.r, had a little l.mb., ,. the story ao., .n4 i. *>M Felicia Fulltr ofOttumwi the General Accounting Office I Beall said the total was $24,3 '
her
have
to portrait paint
M..,'. lamb. w.s.1 (llawtd .t shoal, but. Faaci.'s' was. In f.ct "it wn.ncwr.ged t* da ... The Senate tied up in a civil billion, topping Kennedys high
Th. kind.r(.rttn clew .t Stuart School In Ottu..."'., tavfht fcy Mr. Eldan' Stttnplc, itudylno. farm rights filibuster, has not actedon est amount paid out by the ed --. .. . -- .-
nimali" S. Follcia ..,...ht"""'p.," for. itudy T h. littlo follow ., th. right li flvinf, """" .r" 0 any of the regular depart Treasury In any similar period SUNDAYfj
eles.-up .bit of concentration. Mrt Stomplo, ....."w hil., ,.... to tho unidtntifiad y.u"....... (AP mental money bills under former President Dwight MOVED TO
Wlr. 118 W. LEMON ST.
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pho. Johnson's action in cutting the D Eisenhower ,

new budget below last year s total I In this period Johnson was operating lanier Upshaw, i star
his calls for reduction In the under the Kennedy 'J 'J 'J 'J 'J

Johnson Says NegotiationsMay federal payroll and his turningoff budget of last year I e".M..... INC.P.kln.. r.M Nww o.. ._ .".......... ".......... ,............. v"L'...... ,....-...
MrI "
-of White House- lights appear- .Johnson. -- .has- ---said-. .he.. .Is..taking- .n" enlr.nn ,

End Rail Strike ThreatWASHINGTON
$ 5fes, YOU CAN'T BEAT G.E. FOR QUALITY

(AP) Presl ''are meeting late at night" and will be legally free to post new
dent Johnson said Saturday rent -'"negotiating In the traditionalfree job eliminating work rules YOU CAN'T BEAT THRIFTY CITY HAIR SPRAY
(? negotiations between rail enterprise manner. We are which the unions are pledged to
road management and operat very proud of the conduct of meet with an immediate strike, !!' FABREGE
ing unions have been very productive both sides I think we have hada All delaying procedures provided '. FOR LOW PRICES! 1.60 Value
and he believes this collective Limit'
"
I very productive few days. i in the law have been exhausted 69c
bargaining will end
a nationwide
strike threat. i He declined to give any Indl I long since and, in the GENERAL ELECTRIC
cation of what steps he will takeif absence of further agreed post- p,1
Speaking at a news conferenceon (
the negotiations fail to ponement, congressional action Automatic Filter-Flo
the
eighth day of Intensive
a strike which he said avert.apparently would be the only
White House sessions, Johnson
would be disastrous for .way to avert or cut short In al. '
said he Is "encouraged andhopeful"
that an agreement will tion's economy, most complete paralysis of thenation's WASHERFinger

settle the lingering dispute before A 13-day truce, negotiated by rail system.
strike dead Johnson a week ago) Thursday The operating unions represent
a possible new MILDEW BAGS
line at U:01 a.m. next Saturday night only 90 minutes before a about 200,000 employes but Finger Tip Wash Temp Control
Details Not Given scheduled walkout, expires at another 500,000 would be Idled GIANT SIZE :
Johnson staved off question midnight next Friday Immediately by a strike of the men who run r ""' I Finger Tip load Sslictor "''m'"
about details of talks between after that, the carriers the trains. $16888. 1.00 Value .
of 200 .. L_......_. -,, for
representatives nearly ------- I Ii/) Automatic Balance rot/pOtS 4 GG
rail lines and five unions who
sitting in with federal mediators I -r 1 WIT. i\ JJ
are
f.KUIllifOAIVtTCH Airplane Suspension Cables win wu.n. 'u., A.u K s.14
.
The President emphasizedthat t ,1;, ? .., which odd Ills to your winner .

he has set no deadline for. SPECIALS -::=:: and cut down on twice, :::: I
the negotiators to announce settlement l
Problems
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gaining But he said sessions the Intensive will continue bar. -c 29.95 RG. $19.95 NOW l PLUS . A One Year's Supply OfFREE Hose
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and he is looking forward to a GIUJEN '
progress report early next 59.95 $39.50 50 FOOT
Q
.Veek, hopefully on Monday. IADII TIDE
1,49 Value
2 75.00 $49,50i1EVS .
t Johnson said the negotiators i iI r;: t ,; .. SScLIMt
100.00- $75.00 t
I ; I . with the purchase of
I'I Bryant Given each of these washers.
t HUNDREDS AT DISCOUNT PRICES : 1i''


{' Honorary Degree g $1.00 Will Hold Any Watch \ 'Lp'I19Calq I,

TALLAHASSEE (AP-norl I
da State University conferred an j GLYCERINSUPPOSITORIES !
honorary doctor of laws degree : ar"- "tamtvt treads tt Discount r/c."

upon Gov. arris Bryant today. r LAKELAND i
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known as one of the most articulate tr :
men In public life," Uni- TUES.-WED.-SAT.-6 TO 9 Limit s 19c '
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:t-A LAKELAND. LEDGER., Sunday, , AprD. ,1.1, 1M4. -, . \\.i " ". . Mad Butcher Feared On I High Charges 'Big Money' Bloc

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.e \ 1( "'QJUP.& OAK HILL W. Va. (AP) railroad worker disappears Helping Campaignas
t . ) ,T JiU.7tE I Discovery of blood-stained man's July 4, 1962 after eating at a
clothing along a southern West restaurant where he regularly
I ------- -. '. . -. _.__ ". y _: .' ,t:. .. .- I Virginia highway 10 days ago dined. He had received his railroad you make selections. I still times the needs of the peopleHe 'talking more" about civil respoaslbilities -
'urge you to compare the records said that new roads were Dickinson said.
bas revived talk of a real or pension check the day be
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation imagined "mad butcher of Fa of all of us." Important forest were important He said that Mathews "can
yette county." fore.Officers say a skull and part In firing at Dickinson, a for- and so were tourism and agricultural -I never explain to the mothers of

STATION II. L. Atlanta............ 80 S3 Little Rock ......... 83 88 Six men have mysteriously of a leg found recently in thick mer state senator from West research. But more Florida his key vote to retai'n.mllk (

Daytona Beach ..... 79 57 Baltimore .......... 88 77 Los Angeles ........ 62 54 disappeared in the Oak Hill area underbrush on a hill near Oak Palm Beach Mathews said: important than any is one childin price controls at the retail
"1 have been able to fig- one correctional institution, or level while la the 1963 Legislature. .
just
Lauderdale ..... 81 ........ 82 in less than two Dismembered Hill may be Gwlnn's, but theyareni
Fort Myers 88 J Birmingham 57 Louisville ........... 79 58 years. sure.Samuel ure out how Mr. Dickinson can the security and happiness of ."
I Charleston .......... 78 61 I ....... parts of three bodies
i GaInesville ::::::::: 84 ? Milwaukee .. 43 38 lave been found In wooded Smith, 33, of nearby one retired person, he said. A Republican candidate for

0 Jacksonville ........ 80 gj Chattanooga ........ 83 57 Mpls. St. Paul..... 53 33 areas. But in only one case Scarbro, disappeared after stopping Improvement Called For governor. Rep. Charles Holley of

: Key West ........... 82 75 Chicago ............. 43 40 Montreal.......... 63 41 hive the remains been positively for a cup of coffee Oct. 20, Jfrom Pat e On* "The leadership of this state Pineflu County said In his cam.
11, LAKELAND ........ 81 62 Cincinnati .......... 75 59 New Orleans ........ 80 69 identified as those of one of 1962 at a drive-in restauran must face up to the responsibilities -paigning that under Democratic
Miami............. 80 72 Cleveland ........... 68 42 New York .......... 86 51 the missing persons. three miles out of Oak Hill. I' of the times." he said. "Ltv:administrations a $600 million
Pensacola ........... 79 65 Denver ............. 70 28 Phoenix ............ 91 69 It's possible all been Mike Rogers 28, of Oak Hill, save that $43 million he Is promising ing conditions and living itand- deficit has built up In the state
St. Petersburg ...... 84 66 Des Moines ......... 60 39 Pittsburgh .......... 76 61 the victim of they've kind of went downtown for cigarettes :In the voters he will save. He aids must be Improved. Educational -pension systems.
Sarasota ............ 86 60 Detroit ............. SI 43 St. Louis ............ 73 58 maniac" State Police some Sgt. I. P. i late afternoon of Dec. 19. 196An will Just not build one of the facilities must be expanded. -I In a talk at a political rally in
Tallahassee ......... 82 58 Indianapolis ........ 69 53 Savannah ........... 79 52 Richardson said. "But don't acquaintance saw him at a universities he now is promising. Modern correctional Institutions -;Tallahassee Holley said that
i Tampa ............. 85 58 Kansas City ........ 53 48 San Juan ........... 83 71 have a decent lead we of street intersection about 6:30 mental health clinics- adequate the pension systems' deficit "is
W. Palm Beach ..... 79 71 Knoxville ........... 81 57 Washington ......... 89 53 them." on any p.m. Then he vanished. "His' promises now total nearly old age assistance must just one of the many shameful

: J, Zane Summerfield, Fayette Torso Found half billion dollars so shaving -be provided." I practices the voters of Florida

\ o Dea trim |/. WI4tpftauNAU County Prosecuting Attorney,' On Dec. 27 Rogers' dlsmem this by a mere $43 minion Dickinson In West Palm have a right to know about"He
I said the disappearances have bered body part of it scatter should be quite easy" Beach again expressed his opposition said that as governor lie
so H authorities baffled. "They're all ed on the ground and part stuffed Karl. In Clearwater said that to the public accommodations -would "give the voters the facts
pretty much connected, but then into a duffel bag was even If "all the campaign promises section of the civil rights so the legislature will be forcedto
gain they're not," he said. found on Gauley Mountain 23 made by all the candidateswere bill before the U.S. Senate. face its responsibihtes and
miles from Oak Hill. kept. If every other problem -I He called the legislation "the do the job that is expected of

l Army Man Missing Shirley Arthur, 30, a Navy enlisted Imaginable were solved, civil loss bill" and praised Flor- it."
Most recent disappearance man, was the next to disappear -Florida should still exert every da's two senators for their op Karl, speaking later at Fort
n was that of Army Sgt. James' He was last seen hitchhiking effort and every ounce of constructive position. I Myers, attacked three of his rivals -
: Haynes 32. of Baltimore. He out of Pineville in October energy toward solving "We are talking so much on the question of milk
had been visiting his father in last year. This Is two the most pressing needs of our about civil rights and should be price controls.@bituartti
Pineville, about 50 miles southwest counties away in Wyoming
of here and was last seen County, rather than in Fayette.
Dec. 7 hitchhiking out of Oak Last Dec. 7, the day Haynes : I
Hill disappeared. a man's torso was I
This Is one of the things the found on a mountain near Pine-
disappearances have in com llle. Officers believe the torso
mon. Richardson noted that all was that of Arthur but aagln HARRY J. CONDON Muller Broadview, III. Heath RITES FOR MR. HARPER
V s of' those who disappeared were they're not sure. Harry J. Condon 70, of the Funeral Chapel will announce Funeral services for Lawson
fORECAST ;.. \ li ffi either hitchhiking or walking The last disappearance before Holiday Mobile Home Park died arrangements.MRS. G. Harper. 75. of 1133 Ruby St.,

; ; along a road when last seen. ,Haynes vanished was that of Lou unexpectedly Friday at Zephyr who died Wednesday, were held
tot D.. s.M4JV VW \.1 'ot' HP'tfVI'M Discovery April 9 of bloodstained Bennett, 40, a coal miner from hills. He was a native of Waterford . FANNIE ELLEN PARK Friday at the Dukes-Steen Fun.
.... clothing strewn near a the Bluefield area. He was las Ireland and had lived at OCALA-Mrs. Fannie Ellen eral Home, with the Rev. R. C.
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t. .
ss.w Htth .. ..... .. (ape.4N.
.) t,....," road was Investigated as a clueto seen leaving an Oak Hill tavern Milton Mills, N.H.. spending the Park, 55, a native of Auburn- Joyner officiating Burial was in
I .......4 ',,",.I" .. W.........t..1f t.... ,.,...,. '-. 't Haynes' fate. late last year. I past two winters here. He was dale, died here at her home yesterday Oak Hill Burial ,Park.
But Richardson said the clothing -I Sgt. Richardson believes the a i retired planning and schedulIng !- She moved here from Mrs. R. P. Williams offered
did not belong to Haynes. killer of the three men whose officer for the Bethlehem Auburndale 20 years ago and organ selections. Pallbearers
Rain ,h oipoctod todoy ovor Now England, w hll. ihowan sri lIkely. in control Atlantis It...., There were indications the wear- remains have been found probably -Steel Corp., a member of St. was a member of the Wyomin were Clair Yoder Clark Me-
: Louisiana, control and louthorn Plaint, and control Platoou. Wormor wisH," ,It forocatt for iotitkaattorn er had been stabbed several is or was an Oak Hill\ resl-Joseph's Catholic Church, Park Baptist Church here. 'I Quaig, L. McKinley, W. W. Wil.
: stat.i, upper MissIssippi' Volley, northorn Platoon and Plaint and coastal area of Pacific north times, possibly with an Ice pick, dent. The theory Is that the killer Knights of Columbus of Hing- I She is survived by three I hams F. E. Webb and ShelbyC.
i w.... (AP Wlrophoto! Mop) and may not have survived, was known to the victims and ham, Mass.. a veteran of World daughters Mrs. Johnny Rogers Brown.
Richardson said. could offer rides without arousing -War I and a member of the I of Tallahassee Mrs J. G

: Wcaf/icrcast Ernest E. Cwinn 78, a retired suspicion. Oscar G. Moorehouse Post Sparkman Jr. of Keystone RITES FOR MR. FIELDS
Milton. Mass. 81'1 Heights, and Mrs. J. P. Whit WAHNETA-Funeral services
\. He is survived by his field of Port Saint Joe; three
Lakelanders for Jarvis Fields, 68, of US
can expect sum- Barth Named
LBJ Orders .lr. Agnes G. Conlon.
sons, the Rev. Richard L. Parkof
Fourth St. E. who died suddenly

mer-like weather today, accord. Funeral services will be held
LsOsscL1 Wake Forrest N. C., Larry Thursday afternoon, will
2 ing to the U.S. Weather Bureau. ledger Retail To tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock Park of Orlando, and Billy Park! be conducted this afternoon at
.* Shies will be fair and the Ad Study Eye at St. Joseph's: Catholic Church. of Ocala; one brother Ernest 2 o'clock at the First Baptist
Manager Rosary will be recited tonightat Haven and
: weather will be warm with a ZONE FORECASTSA I Tompkins. Winter ; Church of Wahneta.
8 o'clock at the Dukes-Steen
End Of Draft 12 grandchildren.
I The Rev. Frank the
S high today In the mid to upper Partly cloudy and warm Bernard J, Earth a memberof Funeral Home chapel. The famIly Services will be conducted to- Faris.
will
officiate.
{ 80s. through Sunday night with widely ' the Ledger's retail advertls- has requested that in lieu of morrow morning at 10 o'clock at supply Burial will pastor follow, in
| Winds are expected to be scattered mostly afternoon Ing department for the past candidates" when he addressesthe flowers donations be made to the Hiers Funeral Home here. Grove Cemetery. Shady

g from the east and southeast at thundershowers Highest Sunday seven years has been named re'tail annual luncheon of The Associated he Heart Fund. Burial will be at 2 o'clock tomorrow Friends may call at the Mit.
'I,. 78 to 83. \ advertising manager of the Press In New York on afternoon at the Mount chell Funeral Home until noon
13 to 18 miles an hour Humid-
"j BCD Fair continued mild FRED A. ALLEY Olive Cemetery near Polk City today.
\> ity will be moderate. Sunday. High Sunday 80 to 85. u Monday. Fred Andres Alley. 76, died
i < E F H I Fair continued mild Johnson said his speech will Friday at his home at 2733 II PAUL A. WATKINS -
'IOPERAnON Sunday. High Sunday 84 to 88. encompass "a 'very general Jungle St. He was a native oCnoxvllle SEFFNER-Paul A. Watkins, RITES FOR MRS. ANGLIN

PERFORMED East to southeast winds 10 to 18 statement of our foreign policy !- Tenn., and came 19 78.. a former lakeland cigar MULBERRY-Funeral aenr.
5 t WARSAW, Poland (AP) miles per hour diminishing at, ,, :: \ S S Lakeland 18 years ago. He wa, 'manufacturer, died suddenly at ices for Mrs. Ora Lena Anglin,
I,J| President Alexander Zawadskl, night. ? a building contractor and i. his home Friday 88, of Route 1, Mulberry who .
1163 underwent surgery two days G J Partly cloudy continued : .'tf9'fYt ;Pdt'! Dltl! charter member and trustee 01 I He was a native of Key West died Thursday night In the Plant

j for ailment of the mild Sunday. High Sunday 82. ...... e.. . ,, the Lakewood Park Methodist but lived In Polk County for 28 City nursing home, will be held
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jive tract the official Polish mile Sunday. High Sunday 82 tie on Sunday Small craft warn- I ," notably with respect to He Is survived by his widow owned and operated the Htv-A chapel of the A. M. Siegler

press agency reported Satur-I Easterly winds 15 to 25 miles per]Ings displayed lower Keys from American,Soviet relations, Cuba Mrs. Eva Alley; a son, Dr. Ray Lakeland Cigar Co. For the last Funeral Home. The Rev. H. L.
,!day. hour probably diminishing a lit. ,Sombrero light westward. Communist China. Viet Nam mond A. Alley, pastor of the 25 years he resided in Hills- Brinktey. pastor of Pine Grove
borough County. Baptist Church will' officiate.
First Methodist Church of Ocala
,. and Latin America. : I the Burial will follow in Willow
I Mr. Watkins was treas- Qak
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-{- ', four sisters, Mrs. Delic Allison,
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,! ., ...: '" :. '. : Air Crash Johnson opened his news conference Mrs. Harry Gass and Miss Mil urer and a steward of the Seff Cemetery.In addition to survivors
Methodist Church.
Memorial mentioned
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by saying he has seen dred Alley all of
I Chattanooga He was a grand exalted before, Mrs. Anglin Is
BridgeInBrief i Kills 49 : what he termed a "very Inac and Miss Gladys Alley of Knoxville ruler of the past Elks Club and past survived by Mrs. Wallls T. Ham.

ill. curate" published report that ; a brother, H. L. Alley of grand chancellor of the Knights' lin, a daughter .liaml..

." ,& .,","..,'-,,,',,, ..A'i." ,, .. In Arabiaer his Monday speech will an- St.nieces Petersburg and : and several of Pythias of Florida.
,. nounce plans for a cutback of nephews. He Is survived by his wife,I RITES FOR MRS. EDWARDS
By JOHN M. TAYLOR Director early to avoid conflict with the Funeral services will be held Mrs. Esther Watkins; one son, Funeral services for Hiram S.
I Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club state, "team" finals being dark the spokesman said. - 43 per cent In the production of tomorrow morning at 10 o'clockat Paul A. Watkins Jr. of Miami; Edwards. 73, of, 850 Rollings-
NORTH played next weekend in Ft. The weather had cleared BERNARD J. EARTH fissionable materials for nu the Heath Funeral Chapel, a daughter Mrs. Jack Ellison worth Road, who died Wednesday
4 Q J3V Pierce. I enough Saturday morning to clear weapons. with the Rev. William B. Caldwell -of Bartow; a brother Ben Watkins were held yesterday at the
AQ 105 There will be a masterpolnt permit a search by helicopter Led g e r. Publisher GardnerPat Reading at a rapid clip, John pastor of Lakewood Park of Tampa; five grandchildren chapel of the First Methodist
) AK game In Lakeland this Tuesday and small surface craft. A U.S. ( ) Cowles HI announced son began the conference witha Methodist Church, and Dr. John five greatgrandchildrenand . Church, with the Rev. Caxton I
;: + AK53 night and series games Wednesday -Navy spokesman reported the yesterday. series of statements and announcements 1. Rooks, Lakeland district superintendent one great great-grandson. Doggett, pastor, officiating. Burial -
WEST EAST and Thursday nights in plane was sighted in shallow A native of Long Island N.Y., one of them reciting for the Methodist Funeral services will be held was in Oak Hill Burial
J>I 4.42 A 109785 Winter Haven and Bartow. The: 1 Barth has been In the advertising encouraging economic Church officiating. Burial will tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock Park.
-- be in Oak Hill Burial Park. The at Stowers Funeral Home of
Lakelandlnext field for 23 Before
V864 V J 973 Sunday night game In years. statistics Music was provided by Mrs.
I l' ranc :family has requested that In lieu Brandon, with the Rev. R. B.Gau. .
.u .109783 .2 Sunday will be a regular n.t Joining the Ledger. he was advertising The President reported Increases X W Hemstreet at th. organ.
S and of the with Sears,' of flowers donations be made to pastor of Seffner Memorial
"con .
4642 "'Ql011SOtnH game part 'w manager during March in farm Church Pallbearers were C. W. Hess
i tinuous series." Roebuck and Co. In New York. I prices, housing starts, new auto the Lakewood Park Methodist Burial will be at,2 officiating o'clock at W. A. Dobbs Don Miller. LeonP.
a A AKS water between the British-pro- He is a Navy veteran of World sales and Industrial productionand Church memorial fund. I Meade Friends Crosby, R. Frank Jackson
t V K2 Carol Ann tected Island of Bahrain in the War II, serving In both the Pacific a drop in wholesale prices Friends may call at the funeral -Fort call at Cemetery.the funeral homeat and Franklin E. Bartle. Heath
home from 3 until may
QJ834 Persian Gulf and Dhahran. The and European theaters of today
I II -"very good news. time. funeral Chapel was in ,charge
+ J97 I Stevens Miss exact location was given as 10 operations. U. S. Employment Down S p.m. any of arrangements.

I Mrs. John Battle of Lakeland miles south-southeast of Dhah- He is married, and he andhll lie also reported a year-to- JAMES EDWIN MILLER HENRY G. PETREY

j executed a successful coup with Winter Havenfore ran. wife have one daughter. year drop of 900 in federal employment James Edwin Miller 73, 508 HAINES CITY-Henry G RITES FOR MR. HUGHES
4 the cards from the above hand No Survivors Found saying, "It is significant -East Bay. died yesterday at Petrey 74. of 428 S. 14th St. Funeral services for Arch
: from a recent game in Lake- the judges arrived at The said there Will that it dropped at all because Welgels Nursing Home. Mr. died suddenly at his home early Malcom Hughes, of 713 Ruining
3 land. Mrs Battle sitting South' their decision. They also answered of Navy survivors were no Signal it has generally been increasing Miller was a native of Elkton, Friday morning. Ave., who died Tuesday
signs although the
was one of several declarers in one question each be- ." Cy.. and came here from Elktoni A native of Petrey. Ala., he were held Friday at the Gen-
:a 7NT contract. She was the fore the final judging. fuselage of the plane was intactwith Start OperatingOn And he said government 50 i years ago. Mr. Miller was had made his home in Haines ry-Morrlson Funeral Home. The
i C only one to bring home the ne- The judges were Mrs. John one broken wing jutting up spending during the first three a retired merchant, having City since 1923. He attended Rev. Willard Armes. pastor'of
Jcessary 13 tricks. I P. Adams, a former FloridaCitrus from the water.A I Boulevard months of his administration owned and operated Miller's the Marion Military Institute, the Kentucky Avenue Presby-
She won the opening diamond spokesman In the Beirut averaged $1 million a day less Delicatessen from 1929 through Normal College at Florence, enan Church officiated. Burialwas
;lead from West In dummy and i :." -. . "' headquarters of Middle East. Motorists beware! than during the last three 1961. He was a member of the Ala. and State Teachers Collegeat in the Oak Hill Burial Park.
*, Airlines said the plane had a months of the administration Lake Wire Church of Christ.
'sv of Troy, Ala. Pallbearers
attacked the were Lavergne
X suit Immediately, Tomorrow a new traffic light
| receiving the news o* the bad .t Jl !j: , l crew of seven. will go Into effect at East Memorial President John F. Kennedy. Survivors Include two sons, Prior to his retirement In Brown, D. B. Kirby I.. F.
a brealr In the suit as East discarded The plane's Lebanese captain Boulevard and Ingra Other opening announcements Edwin W. Miller. South Moun- ,949. he had owned and man- umey. R. P. Robbins. G. E.
Lablb Akl radioed the Dhahran Included these: ain. Pa., and Howard D. Miller, aged Petrey's Dry Goods StoreIn and L
: a spade on the 2nd round. Queen; Bill Carter, director ham Capt Frank Hustln head Singleton J. Douglas.
Mrs. Battle next cashed her top of the 1964 Citrus Queen control tower he was at an al.! 'of the police department's traffic -I Eugene Patterson editor of Lakeland; two brothers. H. M. Haines City since 1923. The Miss Hope Watson was soloist
2 three spade tricks and two top Pageant and James Farrer. tltude of 1,500 feet and making' division announced recently.I the Atlanta Constitution will be Miller and B. W. Miller both,Massey-Petrey Post of Veterans ,and Mrs. John Bechtel was
2 clubs. This released dummy's his final approach a wide; The light will control traffic nominated to fill the only remaining -of Lakeland; and three grand- of Foreign Wars In Haines City ianistAMBULANCE
Listed
!small clubs for discards on the Judges swing out to sea followed by a moving east and west on Memorial -I vacancy on the Civil children. II named for Mr. Petrey's son,
:diamond plays which would Judges for the Miss Posture straight run, Into the big field. I Boulevard and north and Rights Commission. He will replace Gentry Morrison Funeral U. Karl R. Petrey who was
contest Dr. Dr. M. Robert Storey, dean of Home is in charge of arrange- killed In action In World War II
were Sligh,
squeeze East. Mrs. Battle returned A high wind was whipping upa south on Ingraham Avenue, I
to her hand with a heart Phillip Crews of Bartow, Dr. sandstorm throughout the gull which runs directly into the new the law school at Southern ments. Mr. Petrey attended the First
and applied the pressure. On the Earl Rabb, Mrs. Ruth Gould, area. Visibility was described Montgomery Ward's parkingarea. Methodist University also Harold Baptist Church in Haines City. SERVICE
HARRIET HUGHES
MISS He is survived two
Mrs. Ben Carlton and Mrs. Russell handless paratroop by daugn-
_diamond a queen spade.East simply discarded Paul Sutton, all of Winter Ha. as very bad, but there were Up until the new light was veteran of World War II, will Miss Harriet Hughes. 95. of tern, Mrs. Carolyn P. Corneliusof at jr.v, pkona col,
breaks when the airport was installed, Hustin commented, succeed the late Gen. Melvin 834 South Pennsylvania Ave., Tampa and Mrs. Katherine ovary boor .. tho
On the diamond jack East ven.Entertainment was providedby clear. I drivers did not have to worry Maas as chairman of the Presi died yesterday morning at her P. Minor of Del Ray Beach; sight sad day.FUNfftAL .
had no escape. If he pitched his the Hootenanny group from When the plane suddenly went bout southbound traffic comIng dent's Committee Employmentof residence after a long illness two sons Roger A. and Harry
club queen South's club jack the Neill Sloat Dance Studio, off the air, a search started. But across Memorial Boulevard the Physically Handicapped. Miss Hughes was a native of O. Petrey both of Los Angeles:
would be good and would pro- and Mary Lou\ Gonzales, vo the storm Intensified and It was at Ingraham Avenue because ofthe One of the first questions put 'amaqua.. Pa., and came here two sisters. Mrs. Lena Mills of 440M*
,vide a parking place for dum- calist. not until the weather lifted traffic island in the middle to Johnson dealt with the White from Bowling Green 10 years Petrey. Ala. and Mrs. Mae
my's losing heart. If East pitch- Miss Winter Haven won a briefly in midmorning that a of the boulevard. House negotiations aimed at ago. She was a stenographer 'etrey of Montgomery. Ala.; 417 N. Mass Are.
one of his three hearts to the U.S. Navy helicopter spottedthe I and a member of the Methodist 13 grandchIldren and four treatTindctuldren. Phone
bouquet of roses a trophy and The Island has been removed, averting a national rail strike MU 6.1 n
led all of dummy's hearts other prizes. She will have a wreckage. ustin said, and starting tomorrow threatened for next week. Church.: I
be used to avoid the club chance to compete in the Miss I drivers must watch outfor There are no known survlvrs. Funeral services will be held.
diamond losers In the South Miss resided with tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
the southbound traffic. "I Hughes
Florida
contest to be held in
.hand.. Sarasota later this year and Young Man, Wife have faith in Lakeland's driven Story On Judges Mr and Mrs Frank McCarty. at the First Baptist Church. The
Services will be held tomorrow Rev. Morris Noell pastor will
: Winners Listed also has a chance to competein Hustln said when asked Dukes Steen
the about whether he expects an afternoon at 2 o'clock at officiate. Burial will be in For-
state wide Miss ElectrocutedAt Awarded
posture Prize
1 The recent masterpolnt game, contest to be held in Miami. increase In traffic accidents atthat the Heath Chapel with the eat Hill Cemetery. Dave Lane
Jon" Wednesday night In Winter' site, "they will take the ap- Bishop Arthur F. Wesley a retired -Funeral Home in Haines City is Funeral Home
':Haven was won by Mr and Mrs. SarasotaSARASOTA roprlate action and drive accordingly WASHINGTON (AP-His disclosure Methodist Bishop, dilating -in charge of arrangements.
.-,O. M. Mulkey of Auburndale Arizona GOP ," he commented. of outside business activities Burial will be in Wau-
Harland of Winter Haven. The Will SupportSen. (AP) A young the 20th annual Raymond Clap- THOfcHtpN, '
man and his wife were electrocuted LBJ And Wife ,
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:'Winter Haven Duplicate Club per Award Saturday for Jerry JAMES V. MULLER MEMORIAL :HOME
.hu added a Special Masterpolnt Goldwater Saturday when a television -Attend Landauer of the Wall Street James Vincent Muller 57. of \ un ,., 'f.. A... Phone MU 2-3123
:game to its Wednesday night antenna they were taking Wedding Journal. 1415 Providence Road, died Friday ,.... M a..ulf) I
schedule.. The game will be PHOENIX Ariz. (AP) Arizona down fell across a power line WASHINGTON (AP) President Landauer 32. a member of afternoon in Lakeland Gen- ""* i ambulance service
I:played on May 27 to honor Mrs. Republicans Saturday carrying 13,000 volts. and Mrs. Johnson turned the newspaper's Washington Hospital after an ""'"" ...-.
;,Robert Staufer of Winter Haven pledged their K presidential Police were called when children out Saturday for the wedding ofthe staff, unanimously was chosenfor = weeks. Mr Muller s:1: : : ___ _nm.__j .__,
(,who just received her Life convention votes to favorite son playing the neighborhood daughter of Sen. and Mrs. the award by a panel of five a native of Middleton, 111. and
*Master rating. candidate Sen. Barry Gold- saw the bodies of James Seals J. W, Fulbright D-Ark. newspapermen who served as moved here several months HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
The regular masterpolnt game water 26-year-old auto mechanic and The Johnsons attended the judges. The award In
given ao.; lie was a cook and a member Al, CM4itiott04 a.. .
,on Sunday night In Lakeland There was no debate as the his wife, Mildred, tying on the wedding service for Roberta memory of the noted Washington of the Catholic Church.He 24 | PorklM 1 Ul
will be played tonight at 7:00 state convention answered the' roof of their home. They were Fulbright and Edward (Tad) columnist for Scripps-How- is survived by his widow, HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
*t Morrison's Cafeteria. The senator's plea for the support of taking the antenna down to moveIt Foote in Washington National ard Newspapers, carries a $1,000 Irs. Elanor T Mullen, Beeton FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral Director
fgame, la being played one week his home state. to a new home. (Episcopal) Cathedral. 'prize. m I and one brother E. It ''I Car. Lime .and Ingraham Phone 6820111i'

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orof out about 70 motion picture Arthur's death four years ago. Center.
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f \ LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday April 19. 1984If ,
Karl, Mathews Richard Nixon Gives Forecast U. EnrollsNonExistent
Stanford beaU Californiathis '|will be tied with 28 victor!*, Princeton :
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fall_ their_football rivalry: each. Ten games were tier.NUANCE'S Tied In PollCLEARWATER

I ResultWASHINGTON Student J
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(AP-Thlrty) -
RastfccTVMOTOROLA five members of the Florida PRINCETON, N. J. (AP- Oznot-Davidsen and Reid- (,
Women's Press Club took a (AP) Rich This paralleled a claim made hinge on the California primaryIf Red.faced Princeton University scored In the 700s out of a possible
straw vote Saturday on the goy ard M. Nixon predicted Saturday Saturday by Goldwater himself. Rockefeller wins It, "the pre officials have admitted a remarkable 800. tih
ernor's race. Eleven each voted that if Sen. Barry Coldwa- In a speech prepared for the mature burying of him will student who meets all Transcript Obtained ,
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV for Fred Karl and John Math. ter: wins the California primaryhe editors' convention, he predicted have to be re-examined," Nixon the qualifications but one he The next problem was to get S
Complete Line of Motorola ews, four for Fred 0 Dickinson, will either become the Republican his own victory "on the first doesn't exist. Oznot's high school marks on iJ
Horn Entertainment Equipment and three each for Robert King presidential nominee"or or second ballot" if he captures said. "An ingenious, well'planned his application, which must be
102 W. LEMON LAKELAND 682-444 High, Haydon Burns and Scott will come very close to California's primary and wins And Nixon said Ambassador hoax," Admissions Director E. filled in by secondary school u
Kelly naming him." the delegates he expects to get Henry Cabot Lodge, now foremost Alden Dunham said Friday aft authorities familiar with the tI
: The former vice president and in June state conventions. in some public opinion er learning that Joseph David student. a
i 1960 GOP standardbearer told Forecast Comes polls for the GOP nomination, Oznot won't show up for fresh- East Lansing High School officials II
the American Society of News man classes this September be- didn't see this one, butit C
But another avowed candidate -has become "a force that the
Proven Performance Means More Than Promises paper Editors that he believes Sen. Margaret Chase convention cannot ignore"-especially -cause he was Just a student In was filled out somehow. L
"there has been too much ten
Smith, R-Maine, told the editors since he stands a good vention. The letter of acceptance to
dency to write off Barry Goldwater" would have loved to have
that if opinion polls are a reliable -chance of winning the wide-open "We Oznot, one of 1.165 mailed to
County Commission Refunds $600,000In in because of his showing guide, a Lodge-Nixon Oregon primary. him," said Dunham ruefully. candidates for Old Nassau, wentto a
early primaries. ticket will carry the GOP stand- But Nixon said that Lodge, if Student Described I the address of a social fraternity M
Road Taxes To Polk Cities . Claim Made i ard against a JohnsonKennedyslate he wants to be a presidential Dunham acknowledged that a at Michigan State UnI- f'I
Actually, Nixon said, the Arizona for the Democrats. candidate and wants to make letter of acceptance had I versity In East Lansing
"Is close: Nixon's political forecast gone The others In the hoax were
conservative
very an issue of foreign policy, Wednesday to Oznot, who had
to having the requisite number came in a question-arid.answer should resign from his ambassadorship been described as a classicist I Steven E. Cook, 19, Dearborn,
-c : of delegates" to go into the!session He noted that the political in South Viet Nam a concert pianist, treasurer of Mich., a student at MichiganState
GOP convention In July with fortunes of New York Gov.: and Princeton students
and home to make issue
come an
his high school class In East
, and lowers your taxes, saving' nomination assured. Nelson A. Rockefeller also may Frederick W. Talcott II, 19, f''I
. of the conduct of the Viet- Lansing,. Mich., and son of the,
-
Baldwin,
N.Y., and Steven D.
namese war against communism -
taxpayers a quarter-million wealthy private detective, WilLiam
I H. Oznot. Reich, 18, Hackensack, N.J.
dollars this year olonef First to Church-Then to Dinner Offers Judgment I Dunham and 'other officials
learned of the university's loss Erosion
Nixon offered he called"a Study
what
from
Sunday Specials the University Press Club I
professional judgment" on
E' 'which got the word straight
ROAST on the Democratic contest for a' from the whimsical creators, of Funds Sought 'It
vice-presidential running mate Oznot. Press Club members
4 TOM for President Johnson."If promised to keep secret'' the WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. c 1\\
Keep the man who has C.rnbrt.4 Drudng87c the polls in November are names of Oznot's creators. Edward J. Gurney, R-Fla, said t
Giblet like they are now, It will be Sen Late Friday, the hoaxers today he will ask the House appropriations
1 Vwt.blM Hubert Humphrey ( four Princeton sophomores and committee f
,..._ to approve -
for TM 'NO D-Minn'1
performed Nixon said. I
you two students from Columbia funds this year for a Bre a
'/ POUND NEW YORK CLUB STEAK . 9Sc "He Is the man Johnson I.kes. and Michigan State universities vard County Beach erosion 1
best and would prefer as his run!-owned up to their Identities study. r
s ning mate. I after Dunham had said the The House public works com t
"If the polls get closer, it will university planned no disclplin mittee approved the study a few t
iIiBJ [II be Bobby (Atty, Gen. Robert F ary action. days ago. Normally, a requestfor d
Keep>t ALDINE COMKEE Kennedy)." The hoax was hatched last funds for the study would be I.
County Commissioner Diif. 5 SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN October when, as one of them made by the Corps of Army Engineers 4t
In Wales, the more learning put it: "We wanted to add an in the budget presentedto
AlL Registered Vettrt Can Vote In This ReceCM 2637 S. Fla. Ave. 219 E. Main St. and academic degrees a man air of levity to the normally Congress next January.
Pt. H k* IIld,.* C.mb" c.....,.. fund. Aldine Comb. Trul has, the higher he is regarded. sober atmosphere of college ad- However, Gurney said that because e
-- mission. We decided that such
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of the urgency of the proj
pranks as stealing the bell clapper -,ect he will ask that funds be voted 1
from Nassau Hall had no
this year.
:point to it because it Is con- 1t
doned by the university
Application Filed Goldwater'sJet ]

". '4 t H They submitted a preliminary ,
\ application listing Oznot as a Downed
I student at East Lansing, Mich., II
High School. During the Christ- I
I
, mas vacation Columbia Univer FAYETTEVILLE, NC. (AP) r
; sity sophomore Charles A ,-It was Maj. Gen. Barry Gold- I
WHAT'S DIFFERENT Lieppe, 19, Freeport, N.Y., pos-'water who was forced to land at II
: :ing as Oznot went to Princetonfor Pope Air Force Base Saturday I
an Interview. ,because of engine trouble. ,
I Two Princeton students, Arthur The Arizona senator who Is
F. Davidsen, 19, Freeport,'seeking the Republican presi II I I
N.Y., and Thomas R. Reed III, dentist nomination also is ''a
19, Dearborn, Mich., then took:major! general in the Air Force
Oznot's college board examlna Reserve.
tions. He was en route from Washington .
Davidsen. prospective I
astrophysics major, took the to Montgomery, Ala., on
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Viet Cong Has Made Great GainsBy In South Viet Nam I I.a.


MALCOLM W. BROWNE Is overcoming local Inertia," he plan launched by the Ngq Dinh on can In Long An ever since their close and
support supervision chief will be tomorrow, and
GO DEN, South Viet Nam said Diem so dropped supplies to antI-Com-, government and their Amrican 1
government with American But .
since Jan. ,
13 Is he said."We've
(AP-Despite 24 years of Intensive In a lightning stroke here the backing was heavily emphasized hard progress to measure. on. munist tribesmen in Laos, and advisors-can gt the Vietnamese ,
Amzrican economic and night before Communist guerrillas in Long An. been trying to build "Is It any surprise that ncth he has worked among the people interested In win
leader
military for Young an Army platoon out from about a dozen hamlets Ing done, tribesmen of Central Viet I
support South VietNam had blown up a key police Large units heve been In the Korean War, has been gets that Vietnamese Nam. ning this thing, It could go on
the Viet Cong enemy hIS post on the highway to the army U.S. close to the province capital at officials are slow to move?" He sums up: forever There's the problem.
In aid
operating the a mission field In
gained steadily and dangerously Mekong River delta, demolisheda of the time. A crash province most Viet Nam since October man 1962. Tan An-some of them only a Young a native of Port "Until.. we the Vietnamese We've got. to solve It"
program few hundred ---- - ------ -
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in key areas.Long yards away. Wehaven't Huron Mich., calls his home - ---
military inflicted
past more for Long An, backed For months, he has been
by Ambassador seven I
.
An gone far Dunkirk,
province almost a than 100 casualties Ind. His mother, his
suburb 'of Saigon is one of,ment defenders and on made govern-off, Jan.Henry 15.Cabot Lodge, begin the man on the spot in Long An "The fantastic reshuffling of closest relative, spends much Ii i Marvin HowardWill
them. This densely populatedand with 115 weapons. Many of the The over-all province. !government officials that began of her time in Sarasota, Fla
scheme was to start Does he think the problem of k
by
recur
last
agriculturally rich provincehas government troops died In their summer continues right up Devoted to the antiCommunist \ -
slid Into ing a handful of hamlets already "local inertia" can be overcomein to this minute. =
almost complete beds With no warn In.. under struggle in Southeast Asia, AppreciateYour
An?
last Communist domination in the Once again, the V'it Cong had I I Improving-government the political control '-rldl- "Jf Long I didn't think so I would Changes Made Constantly he has worked for tho paramil Vote And I

What year.has gone wrong? gotten and the best by of Long An province ' social situation inside them and have left long ago. We're trying "There has been 'constant itary "Air_Ame.'lca" whlehall r Support For -
extenuation of expanding gradually outward. a combination of means. Oneis change in and
civilian
military
The other
Earl
day Young, 33. South Viet Nam and the West.
American by bringing pressure from functionaries and leaders, un I CONSTABLEDIST.
an : sifted through the The material stuff of victoryover 2 Battalions On Call
the Saigon level the local officials
of on certainty about national policy,
wreckage a Vietnamese defense
the Viet .
Cog was not Troops were to newly down here, and 1
occupy :
,IS miles making constant changes In
post from Saigon, lacking. Since November I
1362. cleared areas as long as necessary officials at the ministerial level complete DIMOCRATIC
and hook his head uncertainty PRIMARY MAY 5th
wearily. into the saigon'l
province In civil aid to rehabilitate them. At aware of what the situation'what's. to be done, who .
The biggest problem we face projects. The :: ft. .... air.
strategic hamlet I least two battalions have been really Is-a situation that needs it and how, who the ..._. .__. ....w. b. __..,.._ I
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Endorses Tribune .


Mathews 7'I


TAMPA (AP) The Tampa
Tribune endorsed Sen. John Mathews .
of Jacksonville for governor -
today because it said "he is
candid In discussion and he has .
the courage of Ms convictions'
In an editorial In Its Sunday
editions, the Tampa Tribune j
sajd.:
"Rare In our memory have so


this tossed many campaign.Irresponsible from the Some platform pledges of the as been can-In QuattTr DSCOUWt I Shop 12 Noon '1'0"7 P.M.// '

didates appear to regard Fiorida'i :
citizens as mental children :
whose bubble favor gum can be bought for 4 I J'J'I

"Two of the candidates, we I
are glad to say, have not been I
guilty of conducting a bubblegum

The campaign Tribune said they were r FREE! TODAY IS : .

Mathews and Rep. Fred Karl of
Volusia County, The paper said
it chose Mathews because he I'' Passes to the Jh !
"has the advantage of four years .-..... /
more maturity over Mr. KarL. / 1ueKv CRRT DnV
Tigers Opening I
also the advantage of serving In _
both houses And over'all his rJ? "
record of effectiveness in the Day Ballgame, :
Legislature Is better." rul'
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I ft-A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 19, 1M4
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THE BEST APARTMENTSIN I Tourism Booms In Johnson Country

TOWN ARE ADVERTISED IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED

__ SECTION. CHECK THEM NOW!
By SID MOODY boom, wondering if the balloon In a pot even though they havea "Y'aU'come back" and BOund "County Seat of the Summer There are just the mocking.

r STONEWALL Texas (AP) will pop come the November perfectly good washing ma- like they! mean it.There'i White House." birds warbling and the long
and land beginning to come green
natives, who by large
elections and who from Lyn- chine inside. You'll see womenin little of the braggadocio The
You drivelegallythroughLyndon
can Johnson country at 70 dons cousin Oriole to the village pioneer-style sunbonnets, and here often associated with have always been fond of Lyn with spring and turning a hazy

CLARK STONEwill miles an hour and a while ago postmistress often object the clay brick house with tin roofs.A Texanl. Nothing' the biggest or don, enjoy the tourists with their purple blue way ,oft where it meets
the sky
with ,
probably would have. No longer world press has pictured themas ranch house here Is the real best St. Barnabas Episcopal billfolds and the newsmen "
cow country kin to the Beverly -thing and a far, far cry from church in Fredericksburg which their curious but intriguingways. 'Vail come back, said Jor

Hillbillies. They arent. one in Beverly Hills the Johnsons have attended II .
dan.And
save the taxpayers of Polk County "at least i turns Everybody off Rt. 290 stops to now drive and as For sure, their life doesn't Buy With CashIf a tiny, ancient tog hut that holds I But disenchanted Cousin Oriole about Is her decidedly sudden why not?

$50,000" the very first year as as the Secret Service match the patio-swimming pool 30 worshippers, the Rev. Jack
slowly attraction
they buy a car, 90 per cent and The emergence a* an
of the LBJ Ranch with Langford an organist
will permit along the Pedernales tempo of the time it'* with cash, says rivaling Enchanged Rock, a near
Secret Service have to
its landing strip In the agents Sen.
River and gaze at the comfort- blacktop Ford dealerin landmark the old Pinta Engle
I Bob McKinney, a by on
stand outside. call the
CIRCUIT COURT backyard, pond-by-pond fishing They
CLERK
able but not imposing ranch Johnson City, 13 miles to the Trail. Cousin Oriole-Mrs. Oriole
excursions with ranch edernales a river but George
by Jeep
house on the opposite bank. have first cousin ofJohnson'
east. If they don't the Bailey, a Denies i
could have thrown
hands to bait the hooks, and Washington
with the
You can come away money, they don't buy the car. father-lives between
like a paper dollar across it against
hamburgers shaped
satisfaction of having seen the huge of them and the ranch and is
"Most though, prob- Jordan
( Texas. a brisk headwind. Yet the eyes FellWASHINGTON I
"To prepare for this presidential home, with a Lyn ably have saved more money not only of Texas but the world mad as hops that a Washington He
I have observedand don Johnson souvenir T-shirt or Local life matches the land- than you or I will ever make," newswoman called her tin-
office, ash like Texas simple, hard, few frills. Stonewall .are upon this countryside.
an tray shaped said McKinney. Lyndon John roofed, rusty-screened little (AP) An
studied the opera. and bearing a portrait of the Is a peach center. But In son, who turns off unused sight Stella Gliddon Johnson City house "shack." aide to Sen. Clair Engle, D-
E tions of the Clerks' offices I President unfortunately placed spite of the pink clouds that son, who turns off unused lightsin postmistress had occasion while Calif., denied today k newspaper -
Clams
stub dust the countryside at blossom touring Europe recently to present Cousin Up
in both Hills. : just where you'd out your the White House, comes by report that the senator
i cigarettes. time, this is a masculine land his her passport at the Soviet If you reach for a notebook.
w frugality naturally. tripped over a in his Wash-
borough and Orange You'll leave behind some of whose beauty emerges only aft embassy in Vienna. Cousin Oriole will clam! up. The rug
in the suffered
They tell a story state ington home and a
counties and compared the friendliest people on earth er some looking. Parts of it are "AhI" exclaimed the Soviet first newsmen to reach 'her got
60 miles
capital at Austin, away, slight injury.
them with ours. Sizea who are caught in a tourist as rocky as upland Vermont.No about the time Allen Dulles, official, noting her home town her dander up and ruined thingsfor
Call Bulletin of
News
The San
ble savings can be Tall Trees then head of the CIA, stayed at don"that Johnson.is the" home of Lyn- their successors. But she is evidently off I,Francisco said Engle'i wife,
figures a reporter
made through can" TIME FOR A But there are no towering elmsor the ranch. He came down one if he doesn't have in Lucretia, confirmed the fall in
duty pen
1
CHANGEr morning apologizing to Lady Life Was Even :
oaks stunted and conversation declined
scientious attention to only hand, and then she will talk a telephone
gnarled trees scattered over the Bird because he had ripped a what day It .
"You see, said Mrs. Gliddon pleasantly but formally. I to say happened
I Imp r o v ed personneland flinty soil among occasional I sheet. triumphantly, "he' put us on '"I'm glad you like this country ' but said the senator did

office procedures.To ''clumps of cactus. John Wayne "Don't mention it," she said. the map." Indeed he has. ," she said the other day,' not go to a hospital.
this I pledge myselfas Would probably look off to the "I thought I could get by withit Before Lyndon became world bidding farewell to a visitor who Paul Green, press aide to the

your Clerk." 'low hills on the far horizon and just one more time." famous, life had gone on comfortably -'was hurrying to get out of light ailing senator, said he spoke to
nod sagely: "Injun country Perhaps it'* a hangover from, and evenly. About the to write down what she'd said.. Mrs. Engle after hearing of the
r---- I There were Indians, once, but the frontier days when peopleto biggest story in Fredericksburg And It's true. It's a land and newspaper story and that she
CIa/zhSoJtQ x most of the present families talk to were few and -population 5,1.fG-had been a people you can like. I denied that the senator had fall.
have been here for generations, far away but the natives here- murder, "and even then it was Down the dirt -road that follows en or that she had said he had
many of them descendant of abouts are unfailingly hos an out of town man who did It," the river are the twisted fallen. '

the original German pioneerswho pitable. They nod or say helloto said Art Kowert, publisher of a branches of great live oaks that After being read an Associated
settled In the 1840s around complete strangers, even local weekly. and
headstones
shade the neat
Press account of the News
Fair and
CLARK STONE Is your STEPPING .tion for equalt.a .11.!) ,'Fredericksburg 16 miles to the wave from their cars as they Adm. Chester Nimltz, World lawn of the family burial plot Call Bulletin story, Green said:
ELIMINATE PREStNr west Local folk have kept their drive by. In Johnson City no War II naval hero, had been the where Cousin Oriole-and the "I would like to officially
STONE to cooperationefficiencyeconomy r ,language. An out-of-state motor- one locks his home or even his
FEE SYSTEM most Illustrious native son. Not President too, he says-will rest the dory.
deny
ist can get quite a shock whenan business when he's around the warned. 'comes.
as Clerk of the Circuit Court that townsfolk weren't when their time
A MA" TMAT NaapaNI. I
IIOM"I' attendant asks with a heavy corner for coffee. If it rains, a Johnson himself told his class Harvey Jordan, retired row,

ELECT Teutonic accent" if he should neighbor will bring in your mates when he was a boy here in dusty boots and faded farm Youths Get
3
"check der oil. laundry If you're out. that he would be rocks in
one day president clothes, a rusty spring

QUALIFIED GOOD- EXPERIENCE Ralph J. RossiTAX The stick people to of their Johnson traditions.Country Invitation Real I.you .might With such think advance people notice would chair was in Johnson's the cool of grandfather'sl his porchit Year On ChargeOf

ASSESSOR Some of the older folk back- Even if you're the 50th tourist
have been better prepared. But once-and contentedly sips a
(Pd. P.1. Ad) ..., country may still make their that day to ask directions to the LarcenyBARTOW
fd. Pol. Ad. 1y a..1. R they weren't. highball as he looks past
own soap and boil the laundry the LBJ Ranch, they'll say
the President's birth fence down to the river. I
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place Cousin Oriole Insists It's The Secret Service sentry youths, accused of breaking into
not the same building tiny 3. booths over by the ranch drive; a Lakeland service station

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6,1944-tense proud moments
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.o "Home Town of Lyndon B. report.A to one year on a breaking and
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i lespie County in which the ranch told the attorney gener at Alturas.
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Society near the village of Leo
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It's a collection of drawings
birds, fish, etc., probably done t t
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LITS GO-Wkilo Copt. Jorard A. Kent, loft wofekoi, fnombon .1 etech"'.... Shoe, 11th WELL DROP HIRI-Copt. Jrord A. K.nt right ._", ..4.. .f DoHuhmont Sovon, tttk CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
I Spoclol 'INCft. Loktland.'bird U. S. Air Fore flan from which thty' wore t. .... ,.,.chllt.4 Special Fords dirt, points t. a drop ..... on e mop .f Avon Pork ",h.,. th. dotochmont was to 110 S. FLORIDA AYE.
Int. Avon ,..k. Tilt .....11... itortod ,."..4., ." w. to H... ondod te .,. I II ,.,.ell.t. I. "Opmtiwi l.|l. Strike" Looking .. .,*, from the loft Jt. R.nnl. loth $gt. Rich.
.rj Dkkint $.,. S.m Gibson; 2nd Spot. 4 J.mi H..... Aft. the drop was mod ytitordoy, Hi* eadeVIredeaae PH. 688-4326
ipcM fate loom woro takon by boot up tht K/al"/ ,,,,.. Rlvor, lot oH *' ." unknown spot, end 74e
I Author Of Look Article As Oil Executive See the display and view the
Resigns hod to nionouTof bj lond bock t. the air boo I. Avon Pork today. (Ltd!!or Photos... By Hugkti) records regarding my ability

DALLAS, Tex. (AP-J. M. dent John F. Kennedy, has resigned Meanwhile, Freeman & Cos-I Communist China, recently BOATING IS FUN! I and performance.M. .

Shea Jr., who wrote a maga his Job as an oil excculive. -sage, American Petrofina'i advertising .recognized by France, contains Since WO/ M. Adv. By ..... C..)4M, I zine article critical of rome agency gave up the,700 million people or 23 per cent Get Out On The Water With One Of The Beautiful Boots nil Lokolond Hills Blvd.
segments of Dallas In relation Neither he nor officials of his account Thursday A spokesman of the world population. The Listed In The LEDGER Classified Section I -_. --
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for the San Francisco multitude grows by 16,800000
would comment Friday about I
asked if Sheas each This annual increase
the resignation."I agency tnaga year.
Appeal Of Death tine article had anything to do'equals the entire population of
can't comment, said f:Ilea ;
in New York when asked if he with the decision by the agen Greece. I *opt
Penalty RejectedHAVANA resigned because of reaction to cy replied, "That was his per
the article. He said he would sonal opinion."
(AP) President talk with reporters when he returned I
Osvaldo porticos has rejectedan home to Dallas on Sun COULDN'T JAIL HIM HEMORRHOIDSFissures

appeal of Marcos Rodriguezfor day.Shea BIRMINGHAM, Ala (AP) Fistulas end
commutation of his death wrote an article In look The red-
burglar was caught
sentence to life Imprisonment, magazine March 24. It criti- handed, but authorities couldn't other Rectal Diseases S l 4 '
It was announced Friday.A cized the attitude of Dallas before haul him Into court. The culprit successfully treated by
communique said that and after the assassinationof was a squirrel who Invadedthe NON-SURGICAL ri' '
means Rodriquez, convicted of President Kennedy on Nov. borne of Jim Stewart while methods. P ; 6t
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betraying four revolutionariesto 22 he was on vacation. A neigh,, NO LOSS OF TIME QGr"fdw.
police during the rule of ousted ., He wrote that Dallas leaders bor saw movements In the house A.
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President Fulgenclo Batista had failed to oppose extremist and called police By the time DR. EARLE RABB 4iY
will face a firing squad as or organizations He said; "When they arrived, the squirrel had, CLINIC N.D.
dered after his trial In Havana the hate throwers came along already pulled down curtains ..ft. Or S.:IJ. Wlntar M..... 4e
three weeks ago. It gave .not 'they simply stood back and let and overturned several small t f ( 1s
date. the stones fly." objects I : \y

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I !Accident Victim Dies


Johnson To Open At Bartow HospitalBARTOW I RELIABLE SERVICESFor

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Polk County's from there eight months ago.!

N.Y. World's FairNEW s g tsr 4 highway death toll rose to 27 She attented the Baptist Church INSTANT SERVICES BY CAPABLE,
If" 'r ,, 1 d early yesterday morning when here. I INSURED PERSONNEL
a 47-year-old Bartow woman
YORK (AP) With be a wonderland of the marvelsof died at Bartow Memorial Hospital Besides her son, Mrs. Taylor I) Vacation Fill-Ins
is survived by husband, two
a
President Johnson heading dedication yesterday, today and from Injuries received In
daughters, Mrs. Roy Home of Yard Work
ceremonies on the Inside an accident near Lake Wales on Housecleaning
and civil demonstrators tomorrow.At 11.State Bartow and Mrs. Andrew Esposito
rights April *
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the Ford Pavilion, the of I Baby Sitters OperatorPBX
trying to tie up highways outside Troopers Identified heras Hicksville, N. Y.; three
the billion-dollar New visitor will board a 1964-mode Mrs. Edith Taylor of Route sisters, Mrs. James Edwards, Operator Office Help Etc
York World's Fair open automobile for a trip through I, Bartow. Mrs. Henry Edwards, and Mrs.
Wednesday to the first of 70 dinosaur-filled prehistoric time The accident happened, troopers Joe Simmons all of Clinton, S.C.; NIGHT
and on through succeeding agesto two brothers Lloyd and B. W.' DAY or
million or more expected visit- said, when her son, J. W.
the present. The cars are vehicle Taylor of Clinton, S.C.; her
Lee, was driving a on
ors.Despite strong determination propelled by a conveyor mechanism Spirit Lake Road just south of mother, Mrs. Margarlte Buchan- DAY 682-6620
of city authorities to thwart the underneath. State Road MO. on of Clinton, S.C.; and three NIGHT 686.4426-682.5565
highway demonstration, memo At General Motors, moving r The vehicle went Into a curve grandchildren. I
bers of the Brooklyn chapter of chairs will carry visitors "to the too fast Lee lost control, troopers Services and burial for Mrs. MMMVHVHHMMMMNHHHHBMHMMHMHMHHHIHHHBMBHnHiBOATING
the Congress of Racial Equality moon" and then through a "b. said, and the. vehicle overturned Taylor will be held tomorrowat
FUN !
hope to create a massive series of scenes depicting how twice. Clinton, S. C Local arrangements IS

jam on parkways and express, man will conquer the polar Lee was charged with speedtoo were handled by Whidden OFFER YOUR SERVICES
ways adjacent to the fair I areas, jungles and deserts, The great for conditions.Mrs. Funeral Home here.
They plan to do it by letting ride winds up with an eye Taylor was a native of
their own cars run out of gain popping "city of tomorrow." Woodruff, S. C. and moved here
the fairgrounds vicinity. They Visitors at General Electric '
also hope to enlist friends and will be stinted by the sight and "TWO HEADS ARE
sympathizers to do the same sound of a controlled atomic i Faircloth Is
Leaders have expressed belief explosion perfectly safe In BETTER THAN ONE"
that as many as 2,000 automobile every way. Bell Telephone is Honor Guest ,
might be employed In such using an ingenious combinationof
a manner. I motion pictures, stage set
Attention tings, lights and optical illusion At LuncheonRep. r
To Call
to tell the history of commun WOODS NOTES .
The demonstration Is not directed cations.
Earl Faircloth, Democratic
at the fair itself, but was Nearly all the fair's major at- FREIGHTERS COLLIDE-The prow .f the 9,440-ton J.,..... candidate for attorney' : Working together Industry and

devised as a means of calling tractions are free. However, freighter Yeiuthlme-Mor knifed through the Philippine freighter' general, was guest of honor at I your county commission art
attention to the CORE goals. there are charges ranging from Don Not! In this foihlen when they collide .In heavy fog .H MI., la luncheon Friday, attendedby
Meanwhile, city Traffic Commissioner 50 cents to (8 for special ride central h,.". There were no Injuriei .....". the 54 Filipino end 44Jepanei about 40 businessmen and c' providing lasting recreation areas
Henry A. Barnes and shows. crewmen. Both ....1. auff.,.. hits. .In the No. I end No. their wives at Miller's Half Way,
quickly -put in a new regulation Rides AvailableFor 2 hold. The 7.iS6-ton Don Net) wee heeding for the central! House. I L ; for our growing population!
making it illegal to run out of .... Faircloth told his audience of
J.p. port of Nagoya when the Occident' occurred Wednoiday I
gas on any parkway, express- those who don't wish to 160 ...n.. ituthw.it of Tokyo. (AP Wirephoto) his qualifications, including 14
way, bridge or tunnel. Offenders drive to the fair after reaching years of law practice; being
I could be fined up to $50 for New York, there are many I named first- '
as an outstanding
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the first offense and consider means of transportation avail FourLaningOf Ad Club To See term member of the Florida' rlieelect Win With WoorfsFloyd

ably more for subsequent ones. able-ranging from a 15 cent House of Representatives; and,
Barnes asserted that as many I subway ride to a W-to-JlO hell- Fair Color FilmA 81 a native of North Florida,
as 130.000 cars may be on the copter journey. 98 SoughtPANACEA he said he feels strongly aware . Woods
color film presentation by
highways around the fair on any
The Is of of rural
helicopter one two problems, as a practicing -
National Airlines of the 1964
given day. brand-new modes of travel. The (APThe Pana- attorney in farm areas.
Police Commissioner Michael other is a fleet of :22-passenger: cea Chamber of Commerce New York World's Fair will be He has practiced criminal, County Commissioner Dist. 1 Countywide Voter
on the Monday noon dinner
ment Murphy was said making the police plans to depart-keep between hydrofoil the boats fair which Manhattan will ply launched a drive Saturday to get in Morrison's private pro.gram dining civil, admiralty law., patent and administrative A4. M.ISTAIUiNIO .. RI.Yd I w_. Camr.l.e rand ..."_ w_.. T.........

traffic moving despite any and the Bronx. U.S. 98 four-Iande from the Alabama room for the members of
"stall-In" the Advertising Club of Polk,
activity. line west of Pensacola to
!I Eating at the fair will be no County. I
The fair's gates will be opened
Perry.
problem. There'll be 113 R. E. McKay and Ed Collins oOTll
at 9 a.m. Wednesday for the It04
restaurants with everything The group agreed to seek helpof from the office of National d / J
Tampa r
first of two 180-day seasons, one .
this year and the other next from 30-cent hot dogs to high- other chambers! of commercein Airlines will preface the BodcocfebHere KCaft \0'')..
year priced American and foreign cities along the northern Gulf;film with a few opening re t J ,
pecialties. 'marks. t\y\tv'\ rr aJ
Guests Invited The cisitor will need more coast where the highway runs. i y
Some sections of the coast-
President Johnson, Fair President -time than money at the fair- UNWANTED HAIR !1
Robert Moses, a large rounds. It'll take at least a hugging highway are four-laned' Ori Pae*. A'.... L... and MtV
group of distinguished guests week of sightseeing, from 9a.m. now but the chamber of com Permanently. .1...'..0.041!>". by is your Living Room Complete at one SOFA BED
and a specially invited audience to midnight, to skim the merce said U.S. 98 would be SARA ALVAREZ low, low price. Bodcocks ore famous for
will gather in the 17,000-seat cream, two weeks to take in the more attractive as a scenic ,... Co.It.tI.-b A.Mln_nt their Sofa Bed Groupings.Now .
Singer Bowl at 11 a.m. for for bulk of it and probably a month drive if It were four-laned con sail .. C.Fu.. el. *". Ut0121Tammk
mal dedication. ceremonies.. to see it all in complete detail.I tinuously. I "!.".. . during their 60th Anniversary BARGAINS I
The giant exposition, tour Celebration . Value are even greater.
years In the making, Is the SHOP US FIRST.Save .
most expensive enterprise of Its 'P\
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kind ever undertaken and prob-- [
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than any other fair In history ONLY
TO PASS UP! tl+. : hs lea l
1!, Its total cost Is figured at a
billion. Original estimates were i ifi'4 ,1''
that there would be 78 million
admissions during the two
years. However, more than 28 $10
million tickets had been sold fain I
advance of the opening and GUARANTEED
there have been guesses that
the final total might reach 100
million. DOWN
The approximate mile-square
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Dedicated To Peace ,'
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The fair, dedicated to "Peace Creep : Camps.
Through Understanding," wll $ a PLASTIC TRIMMED SOFA lED .t $129.95
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the 110th day of 1964. There are ? r r
258 days left In the year. ,

Today's On this date highlight in 1892 In ,history Charles: : \ buys with plenty r$1

Duryea successfully operatedthe "v

first In practical Springfield gasoline, Mass.automobile Although . c1 of! traction and tread $14995

the auto was not invented .
by any one person, Duryeais 1 Many ol theta tirts ore loaded with dup triad rubber

lean considered experimenter.the pioneer Amer. E that has thousands of miles left All sties and typos el 1

* famous mikes which have boon traded In en premium + D-4. PAY ONLY
On this date
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In 1775, the battles of Lexington $ 50
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Five years ago .., Yugoslav condition. DOWN
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One year ago . President porn rouN No..r
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Have ell the modern CONVINIINCC
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By TOM HUGHES! of the role of the babysitter the fire alone.
r rt. Ledger Staff Writer In emergencies."One .
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;"I % yd When parent leave home of the first things parents prime Importance," Cumbee :
for a "night on the town" should tell the babysitter said so "getting the child out
they ihould be sure the babysitter Is about the home's fire plan," of the home should be the first '.
they left at home will Fire Marshal C, W. Cumbee thought before fighting the
be able to handle the job-no said.Cumbee fire."
matter what type of emer- mentioned that a Cumbee said that besides

; gency should arise. fire plan and escape la donein knowing about a fire plan, the
Their child' life U In her the schools "but the youth babysitter should also be familiar
rM hands. only spends part of his time with different numbers
; ': y ,e And to remind all parentsof there so why Dot have one in to call in case of an emery
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safety In the home In regards gency.
to youths the Lakeland He pointed out that last year
Association of Insurance about 7,000 persons were Numbers Important_ :ii
Agents Is sponsoring Child burned to death In home accidents "These would include." he t4S

Safety Month.Cooperating. throughout the United said, "the fire department MU ,
( with the insurance States."That's. 3-21)3; police department MU
a lot of to 2-7102 Y
persons ; and the family physi
men are the Lakeland
? _ ' die In fires during one year" cian.
Police Fire
e k e t7 tl and Departmentsand _
r the Florida Cumbee said, "but most of "But let us not forget that
, Patrol. All are Interested Highway In that could be avoided If the the most important number is
' 55 '4 family had known about a fire the which the
.4 one at parents
Impressing "upon the mindsof o
the plan. can be contacted at all times,"
i iI ii public the incalculable The fire marshal said that If he warned.

loss leadership in future caused manpower by carelessness and- fire should strike the home Cumbee cautioned parentsto < Sx b

d and needless accidents." when the parents are out, the leave their numbers with '
first action of the babysitteris the babysitter so that if they
Month Proclaimed to see to it that all children are needed, the sitter will
Mayor Harold Grizzard. In are taken out of the know exactly how to reach
an official act. has proclaimed house to a safe point. them.
April as Child Safety Month He said there have been "And while we are on the
i and called upon "All public cases where fire has struck subject of safety in the home," : ir
agencies local and state enforcement the home and parents came Cumbee said 'parents should : :
authorities schools home to find their baby and ,always make sure that -
churches business and professional babysitter burned to death matches lighters and medicines
i organizations, and many times because the baby are out of the reach of MATCHES ARI DANGEROUS Keilond Smirk' h ihewn
all citizens to support needed titter thought she could fight youngsters. here ,..,1"1 with boa ef matches that had been pieced ... she

traffic safety legislation and Babysitters should also pay "Curiosity might have killed living room }leer, Th. Mme thins ceuld' h.,,.. If pertnti endbobytlttere I
fire safety legislation and to particular attention to sleep the cat." he said ""but It has are not careful a te where they piece their matches- It

GIVI HE* IMPORTANT NUMIERS Mr.. S......., u J...*., 1047 Weeded AV*., ,..*. cooperate In this program in ing infants. also killed many of our chil end the reiult could .. fetal If the baby .ccUantollv itrlkn .
the interest of safety for "During their sleep infants "
keen as S bakytirtcr end lit* with Keilend Smith aft, .s her lep, while the child'* ,.,...., children." our toss around a lot," Cumbee dren. match er sets on*.

SM,. and Mr*. J. T. Smith ef 1044 Weedlend Av.., five fmel Initructlan .t t* where They might One of the prime areas of said, "and the blanket cover
ke reecked I. c... *f '_"'M'. Ledser Phere by Hugkei) safety to be, touched on by ing them may go up above r d

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DON RICHIE "steering wheel" of the bicycle cannot remotely take place,"
Ledger Staff Writer ; without firm control observed Tanner.
WINTER HAVENTeachingfuture that safe handlebars give an bicycles and in looking for-

motorists the essentials accident could occur. "I believe safety inspectors
of safety in-or on-a vehicle No chain guard. A boy In have reduced drastically the
is the goal of Bicycle Safety one school was still healing number of accidents in the
Week. Just concluding here from slashes on the lower part Winter Haven area, since
this weekend. of his body after being thrown campaigns were started; parents .
Close inspections of bicycles from a bike when his trousers must see that this continues
and their riders for safety In caught in the chain. ," Tanner said "until ,, f
nine Winter Haven area ele- Lights for night riding- there is not one bicycle accident Est ,
mentary schools ended Thursday safety officials do not recommend nor one automobile accident
with almost 3,000 bicycles any night riding on bicycles recorded there will be .
Checked. ; but if it must be done. serious work to do." t
y A startling figure came out It's not only Illegal to ride If adults, when driving theiryoungsters
of the inspections and road without a headlight and full or observed by

tests: only 10 per cent of the deadly.reflectors, but it'could also be their youngsters do not with THIS 'IS GOOD But 'It could' .b* fetal. If baby pickimedicin II' t

bicycles were found physicallyfit complete safety in mind, their bottl' marked. T. Illuitrat th .. a
for-4he.road? 90 per cent Another item: according to children will not do so when pollen. curleilty AI'Diii'; +>t"' ''''''' ''<.t !IiU 1 _
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were condemned or found in Tanner many children, especially they take the wheeL children Hill amply "ugh..dicieaenl.' wei" pieced. In,"'i.
I' reed of adjustment or repairto In elementary grades A good idea, he Is middle *f the floor end Kellond Smirk, ,H, wet pieced 'appetite THIS PREVENTS POSSIBLE SUFFOCATION' Her. Mr, -Jenet, acting' *i the kekytltfer.chccki .
thinks ;
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make them safe for their are just plain too little for the for every teenager, or It. The remit hewn hire Illuitrate wh.t ceuld happen, If a the ........ *rv.*5 Kelland, Smith,' t* demenitrete that blanket ." children mutt b* 'I
young riders. bicycles they are given to person, to read the younger Florida kettle .f ledlne. ar tome ether ,.,....... tubttonce wee left ? lag checked free."entfy t* prevent them from being' pulled aver the child' heed, thereby luffacotlng
ride. If the child Isn't fully Driver's Handbook. within th* child'; reach. the ,*.,|". f
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large enough for the bicyclehe
Most of the rules there also
This Information came from has available he should be z".
can applied to bicycles.And .
the sponsoring Optimist Club's not be allowed to ride it, he here
are some specific Lakeland Postoffice Sets
chairman of the Safety Week. said. The element of controlis rules:

Paul Tanner. Cooperating in definitely missing if the 1. Have a safe bicycle in
the safety drive were the official bike is oversize.
every respect, or put It in thegarage
bodies of the city of Ito Killed until its fixed. Don'tgamble Dedication Date :'
Winter Haven. Including the Ceremony
Many of the above Items on two wheels
Police Department and Cham that mar bicycle safety are 2. Use automobile hand signals lbW
ber of Commerce and Winter :1i
e from years of observance and and be courteous to auto *
Haven High's Inter-Act Club experience by the National drivers; these go hand in Lakeland's new post American Legion Color lug the Hill firm $41,000per
an adjunct of the from Optimists.the Club Bicycle Safety Institute which hand. office building will be officially Guard will also' take partin year for leasing the
Young men
performed a large portion of studies accidents Involving 3. Ride right.hand-side in a dedicated next the flag raising and building under a 20-year
the inspections and road tests. bicycles and knows why they straight line, with the flow of Saturday during formal presentation.An lease. :f

Physical checks were madeon are caused. traffic. ceremonies at the Lake open-house and refreshments With the new building
Last year more than 500 4. Dismount and walk a bicycle Wire location.
the bicycle equipment: will follow has come increased pa.
deaths attributed crowded lane
directly across
handle bars; saddle; sprocket; to were faulty bicycles or of traffic. a The $500,000 building the 45-minute dedication. tron, work and parkingspace. ; k i

pedals; chain; wheels; fenders safety violations, and 50,000 5. Avoid stunt riding of any which opened Oct. 28 Lakeland's 142 post office The new post office .
: lights, and reflectors.Road will be dedicated April employes will an interiorarea 1
kind man covers
bicycle injuries were recorded. a bike is for transportation
tests were given each only, and is not meant to 25 at 3 p,m. with an open the post office facilities of 23,827 square IL
to
Student, including In braking figure- Most of these need never be a ticket to a hospital or ing address by R. W. in order that the public feet has a 2,125 square
a eight set stop loop;;turning and balance a and have occurred, said Tanner beyond. Bass regional post office have the opportunity of foot loading platform

posture at a speed as slow as who observed that some 3.5 Enforcement Necessary controller and represen viewing a post office in and includes approximately
the rider could maintain for million youths, many riding e. Obey all traffic signals tative from Atlanta. Other operation, said Lakeland] 2,500 post office
15 to 20 yards. bicycles, are potential drivers and signs; they pertain 100 officials participatingin Postmaster George P. boxes. .krpl
The performance tests if of automobiles In the near fu per cent to bicycles as well the ceremony will be Brantley Jr. Screenlines for Increased -

the bikes were roadworthy, ture. By 1970. another million as cars James A. Haley con Many city officials, vis- customer service
were an individual thing but or 4.5 million youths will Parents should see that these gressman from the 7th iting postmasters and retired are also an added facility .Vy
the following shortcomings of be making ready to get behind rules are enforced at all times District and Lakeland civil service em of the new post office. ..;

the bicycles themselves, things the wheel. said Tanner Mayor Harold Grizzard. ployes are expected to A screenline is describedby
that made the bicycles unsafe With accident statistics increasing Inspections finished up
Included in the brief attend the opening. Brantley as "some
for the children to ride were as they are, this can Thursday at Brigham Lake
be frightening. Alfred and Lake Shipp Ele- formalities will be the The new post office thing like a teller's win L
chiefly No reflectors: car could "Unless parents take an ACTIVE mentary Schools. Previouslyin presentation of the American structure was built by dow in a bank." This en-

be upon a bicycle too close part in motivating their the week. Inspections were Flag to the post of. The Texas Midwest Construction ables customers to buy UTTER MAIL DISTRIBUTED' I. 'orguimt pMt iffic
to stop, without these in twilight children to stay within safety held at Gaines, Eagle Lake, face by Cong Haley] The Co. and is own stamps and mail pack. clerk dltrrlkutei Incoming' mail, ,..,.rl"l It fr delivery t. nirclperroni )
and dark hours. regulations at all times with Wahneta. Lake Elbert, Inwood Lakeland High School ed by Hill and Co. of ages without having to coned by the new Lekelend' office./ City letter carrier wh. I
Loose handlebars and grips ward to driving cars the and Snlvely 1 Elementary Band, directed by Robert Memphis Tenn. The Post talk to a postal worker previously worked cut ef the Dliicland office sad the North Florid
-or no if'IpsThia is the wished,for decline in accidents School E. Blanton and the Office Department is pay- through a window. office new work out ef the new end larger L... Wire afflc.


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bicycle .t lrit...... Elementary Scfceel ner tk end .. .......... campaign fef .*f. bike end the bids .f the *ddrM.*, lII.ill. .mterted I.te the pat officebaiei pip end ftemp window et the new gist office, merki package prior t* moiling The new pat office
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biking *p.n.*red by th Optrmitt C''".. Th. .mtpecfian braugkt out tk. fact thet ,*'..* ikauld look 1M... the letter. far dntrikution. Tk new ffica .ffr* 2,500 new effort epee counter-type lervlce wndow! Indeed *f the ........tl..1 lot,... window type found In eldf -

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12-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April II, 1N4 '
Accident Victim Dies


Johnson To Open "At Bartow HospitalBARTOW RELIABLE SERVICESFor

I Any Job You Have
Polk County't from there eight months ago.,

N.Y. World's FairNEW highway death toll rose to when 27 She attented the Baptist Church INSTANT SERVICES BY CAPABLE,
early yesterday morning here. INSURED PERSONNEL
a 47-year-old Bartow woman
YORK (AP) With'be a wonderland of the marvels! died at Bartow Memorial Hosltal Besides her son, Mrs. TaylorIs Vacation Fill-Ins
survived by a husband, two
President Johnson heading de< of :yesterday, today and /I > from Injuries received In
I daughters, Mrs. Roy Home of Yard Work ,
icatlon ceremonies on the Inside an accident near Lake Wales on Housecleaning
and civil rights demonstrators tomorrow I f April 11.State Bartow and Mrs. Andrew Espo- IBM
trying to tie up highways ou At the Ford Pavilion, the r t Troopers Identified heras sito of Hlckiville, N. Y.; three Baby Sitters OperatorPBX
side, the billion-dollar New visitor will board a 1964-model Mrs. Edith Taylor of Route sisters, Mrs. James Edwards,I Operator Office Help Etc
York World's Fair opens automobile for a trip through 1 I, Bartow Mrs Henry Edwards, and Mrs.
Wednesday to the first of 70 dinosaur-filled prehistoric time ply The accident happened, troopers Joe Simmons all of Clinton, S.C.; NIGHT
and on through succeeding agesto two brothers, Lloyd and B. W. DAY or
million or more expected vlsi said, when her son, J, W.
the present. The cars are Taylor of Clinton, S.C.; her
vehicle
Lee, was driving a on
ors.Despite strong determination propelled by a conveyor mechanism Spirit Lake Road Just south of mother, Mrs. Margarita Buchan- DAY 682-6620
of city authorities to thwart the underneath.At State Road 540. on of Clinton, S.C.; and three NIGHT 686.4426-682.5565
highway .demonstration, members General Motors, moving r The vehicle went into a curve grandchildren.
of the Brooklyn chapter of chairs will carry visitors "to the too fast, Lee lost control, troop Services and burial for Mrs.
the Congress of Racial EqualIty moon" and then through a ers said, and the. vehicle overturned Taylor will be held tomorrowat BOATING IS FUN !
hope to create a massive series of scenes depicting how twice. Clinton S. C. Local arrangements

Jam on parkways and expressways man will conquer the polar Lee was charged with speed were handled by WhIdden OFFER YOUR SERVICES
adjacent to the fair. areas, jungles and deserts, The <;a too great for conditions. Funeral Home here
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They plan to do It by letting ride winds up.with an eye Mrs. Taylor was a native of
their own cars run out of gain popping "city of tomorrow" Woodruff, S. C. and moved here
the fairgrounds vicinity. They Visitors at General Electric \
also hope to enlist friends and will be startled by the sight and "TWO HEADS ARE
sympathizers to do the same. sound of a controlled atomic Faircloth Is
Leaders have expressed belief explosion perfectly safe In BETTER THAN ONE"
that as many as 2,000 automobiles every way Bell Telephone Is Honor Guest ,
might be employed In such using an ingenious combination w -r
a manner. 'of motion pictures, stage settings
lights and optical illusions At Luncheon
To Call AttentionThe
to tell the history of commun WOODS NOTES .
demonstration Is not directed cations.
Rep. Earl Faircloth, Democratic
at the fair Itself, but was Nearly all the fair's major attractions FREIGHTERS COLLIDE-The prow .f the 9,440.ton Joponei candidate for attorney y Working together, Industry and
devised as a means of calling free. freighter Y..uhim..M.rs knife thresh the Philippine freighter
are However general, was guest of honor at your county commission are
attention to the CORE goals. there: are charges ranging from Den Net! In this feihien when they collided In heart rof off MI. a luncheon Friday, attendedby
Meanwhile, city Traffic Com 50 cents to $e for special rides centre! J.,.*, There wer ... Injuries .men* th* 54 Filipino end 44 about 40 businessmen and < .i providing lasting recreation areas
missioner Henry A. Barnes and shows Jepenei crewmen Both .....1. ivHered bake. In the N. I end N. their wives at Miller's Half Way
quickly put in a new regulation -t* for our growing population
Rides AvailableFor 2 holdt. The 7,n<-ten Den Net) wot heeding ,., the centralJopanoi House. L
making it illegal to run out of. pert *f Nagoya when the eccldent occurre1 W.4".....' Faircloth told his audience of
gas on any parkway, expressway those who don't wish to 160 miles levthweit ., Tell,.. (..., Wirephote) his qualifications, including 14
bridge or tunnel. Offenders drive to the fair after reachingNew years of law practice; being
could be fined up to $50 for York, there are many; named as an outstanding first-
I the first offense and consider. means of transportation avail Four-Laning Ad Club To See term member of the Florida f Win With Woods

ably more for subsequent able-ranging from a 15 cent House of Representatives; and,
Barnes asserted that as subway ride to a $8-to-J10 helicopter Fair Color FilmA
ones'j as a native of North Florida,
as 150,000 cars may be Journey Of 98 SoughtPANACEA Be-elect
highways around the fair color film presentation by he said he feels strongly aware . Floyd WoodsCounty
The helicopter Is one 'of two of rural problems, as a practicing -
National Airlines of the 1964
given day. brand-new modes of travel. The (APThe Panacea attorney in farm areas.
Commissioner Michael New York World's Fair will be *
Police *
other Is a fleet of 22-passenger Chamber of Commerce He has practiced criminal, Commissioner Dist I Countywide Vote

ment Murphy WAS said making the police plans to depart keep between hydrofoil the boats fair which, Manhattan will ply launched a drive Saturday to get 01; the in Monday Morrison's noon private dinner pro.gram dining -! civil, admiralty law., patent and administrative p.,. a6 ..... W Pi..... w_. e.mr.e.a rune, Inner. W..d, T.p

traffic moving despite any and the Bronx. U.S. 98 four-lande from the Alabama room for the members of
"stall-In" activity. line west of Pensacola to the Advertising Club of Polk
The fair's gates will be openedat Eating at the fair will be no County.
9 am. Wednesday for the problem. There'll be 113 Perry, I R, E, McKay and Ed Collins! ISTAIUJHI01WBodcocfeb VOTIIB
first of two 180- this year and the other next''from 30-cent hot dogs to high- of other chambers of commercein Airlines will preface the ;;/tSaJl11"1/

:year. priced specialties.The American. and foreign cities along the northern Gulf film with a few opening re! t
marks. I
Guests Invited coast where the highway runs. i
cisitor will need more
Some sections of the
President Johnson, Fair President -time than money at the fair- coast-! UNWANTED HAIROn ,) -
Robert Moses, a large grounds. It'll take at least aweek hugging highwayman four-laned, /..*. A,,,,., ***. .n<* ao.yPMme1N
group of distinguished guests of sightseeing, from 9sin now but the chamber of commerce I dMtr tlrC.m.1.e**. b' Here Is your Living Room Complete at one SO FA BD
and a specially invited audiencewill to midnight, to skim the said U.S. 98 would be SARA ALVAREZ low, low price. Bodcocks are famous for

gather In the 17,000-seat cream, two weeks to take in the more attractive as a scenic, . BGOODVYEAR ....'n..n.Uil their Sofa Bed Groupings.Now .
Singer Bowl at 11 a.m. for formal bulk of it and probably a month drive if It were four-laned con. rrM e. .-,. ..n. a3.gal
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dedication ceremonies I to see It all In complete detail. tinuously. I . during their 60th Anniversary BARGAINS I
The giant exposition, four Celebration . v Values are even greater.
years In the making, is the SHOP US FIRST.
most expensive enterprise of Its
kind ever undertaken and prob-- TOO GOOD irf

ably win be seen by more people Save $21.95 L.
than any other fair In history : ONLY
TO PASS UP! ,

.-, Its total cost Is figured at a
billion. Original estimates were Y q, !'

that there would be 78 million
admissions during the two
years. However, more than 28 $10
million tickets had been sold faIn
advance of the opening and GUARANTEEDUSED
there have been guesses that
the final total might reach 100
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million. I DOWN
The approximate mile-square
fairgrounds, on What was oncea DELIVERS
dump heap and marsh In the

Flushing LaGuardia section Airport of ,Queens will near provide TIRE 8 Piece Sofa Bed Group

a lavish spectacle of architecture -

I and exhibits, rides and I Ii i Add a touch of Modern Styling, Comfort and
entertainment features of
f kinds. all 4a ,e p " Perfection. Sofa bed converts to a Full Size comfortable -

Dedicated To Peace bed. $1 0 8

The fair, dedicated to "Peace Grevp Inclve'tl. Camper
Through Understanding," will PLASTIC TRIMMED SOFA liD .t $119.95
'ors coloaal.eta. Lao .1 METAL ARM CHAIRS

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= 1 COCKTAIL TABLE PAY ONLY

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Today THE is ASSOCIATED Sunday April PRESS 19, ; many good "lots-of-mileage" ..IN Tnm f 10. DOWN

the 110th day of 1964. There are t
258 days left In the year J
i Today's highlight In history;
On this date In 1892, Charles buys with plenty /i54 I
Duryea
successfully operatedthe fi

first In practical Springfield gasoline, Mass.automobile Although . of! traction and tread $14995PAY

the auto was not Invented Y- l
by any one person, DuryeaIs Many of these tins art loaded with deep tread rubber

considered experimenter.the pioneer AmerIcan = that has thousands of miles Itft. All! slits and types el

* famous makes which hero bun traded In on premium ONLY
On this date
Geodytars!
In 1775, the battles of Lexlng.
ton and Concord were fought, $950
Compare at $179.95
the first of the American revo- Priced From Week
lution.In 10 Piece Sofa Bed Group -

1782, Holland recognizedthe --. ..,.
Independence Of the Amerl Shewn Ab. r .

can colonies See This Deluxe Sofa Bed that will provide
In 1917, the first gun was additional sleeping facilities.group All at ONE LOW Modern TV Recliner
fired by the United State 88cTo988i
PRICE 100% N/b. Ac. Fria. r ,
against Germany World Wa
Aid Ple e. C.mli..tio.
I-by a naval gun crew attackIng Sofe led a Matching Swivel Rechei. .
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a German submarine near Pvll-iip Choir 2 Sara Pillow ..NN4 gum Sees '
the coast of Ireland.In 2 Tool Lompe $30 ....... T.._ ... .... .
1933. the United States P.-
1 e Mulching Cecktoil TH
abandoned the gold standard.In I 2 Step Tehlei 0. Ahev. Group>
1942, the Southwest Pacific every tire $3995
command was formally established f
under Gen. Douglas Mac- i Is safety

Arthur { $1.25 A Week
* checkedOur c-,.... ot $49." C:: cw waet4,,.

Ten years ago . U.N. dele-
gate Henry Cabot Lodge tire '
promised -51 experts go over every 1 H AISOCIATI aro.u'aav.NO' rloa.oa
that the United Stateswould
inch of these tires to make -
resist all maneuvers toy; t
Red China to get Into the U.N. y. sure they are in top driving c1BcIdCOCJ

Five years ago ... Yugoslav condition. DOWN
President Tito denounced the FURNITURE t> APPLIANCES
Moscow campaign to get Yugoslavia Deluxe n'/Q main [Teas-0//IC[. NoiMnrnMulberry.

back into the Soviet bloc IDY SETS OR PAIRS' Sofa f Bed Bret .nd trim Arm on E Ulla Phone HA...5.1161... Ftortfa
MATCHED
"at any price. NOW IN -aenv r s.,1.. /,,s 1.a Or.N m w All 1 P.m.oar.,s
One year ago . President wa.Nuso.v roe you. $eorr,..
S Have ill the modtrn CONVNI.NC
John F. Kennedy said the steel [
company had acted with some comfort and styling. $5 995 LAKELAND ASSOCIATE STORE
restraint In announcing selec fiE SERVICE Opens to U good sin 619.701 NO. FLORIDA AYE

live price increases. .' 1 Comfortable Bad OTHER POLK COUNTY FLOK'Ct STORES VILLA LOCATED l/tKI wale INOUIUHNOALf -'

I STORE Hi Grade. FrUit Covers $6;.9S "*.*TOW- MAINI rmonnoor* CITY *> WINTM LAN II.ANIMM NAVIN
t The "Watchtower of the Universe
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liberator Simon Bolivar, IAhl..d.. .. ..... a .11I4 'I_ vwrc s 1
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By TOM HUGHES of the role of the babysitterIn the fire alone.
A
R' t r Ledger Staff Writer emergencies! "Safety for the child is of ;T:

When parents leave home "One of the first things par prime importance," Cumbee
for a "night on the town." ents ihould tell the babysitteris said, so "getting the child out
they should be sure the baby about the home's fire plan of the home should be the first
sitter they left at home will Fire Marshal C W. Cumbee thought before fighting the
be able to handle the Job-no said fire"
matter what type of emergency Cumbee mentioned that a Cumbee said that besides
should arise. fire plan and escape Is doneIn knowing about a fire plan the
Their child1 life U In her the schools "but the youth babysitter should also be familiar .
hands. only spends part of his time with different numbersto

f ?NYA, .. I t ffi' N And to remind all parentsof there, so why" not have one in call in case of an amen
the home?
safety In the home in re- ,enc).
He pointed out that last year
Lakeland
gards to youths the Numbers'Important
t :: Association of InsuranceAgents about 7,000 persons were
: \ \:! ls sponsoring Child burned to death in home accidents "These would include" he it

, ;>tlf' Safety Month.Cooperating. throughout the United said "the fire department, MU
\,. with the insure States. 2-2133; police department MU 41
I" "That's a lot of persons to 2-7102; and the family physician
ance men are the Lakeland die In fires during one year." .

Police and Fire Departmentsand Cumbee said, "but most of "But let us not forget that
$ : the Florida Highway that could be avoided if the the most important number is
FA p tA Patrol. All are Interested In family had known about a fire the one at which the parentscan ;
impressing "upon the mindsof "
plan. .
be contacted at all times,
the public the incalculable The fire marshal said that if be warned. A
loss in future manpower and fire should strike the home Cumbee cautioned parents d S :
leadership caused carelessness
by
and when the parents are out, the to leave their numbers with
needless accidents. first action of the babysitter the' babysitter so that if they
4tf : L r Month Proclaimed is to see to it that all children are needed, the sitter will

Mayor Harold Grizzard. In are taken out of the know exactly how to reach
an official act. has proclaimed house to a safe point. them. ,,rI. ,
April as Child Safety Month He said there have been "And while we are on the
and called upon "All public cases where fire has struck subject of safety In the home,"
} agencies local and state en- the home and parents came Cumbee said, "parents should
forcement home to find their baby and 'make
authorities schools, always sure that ------ -
churches, business and professional babysitter burned to death, matches, lighters and medicines .
organizations, and many times because the baby. are out of the reach of MATCH ARE DANGEROUS KtlltmJ Smith h tJitwnhirt
all citizens to support needed sitter thought she could fight youngsters playing with 0 bee .f matches that lied bttH pieced tn the
traffic safety legislation and Babysitters should also pay "Curiosity might have killed living roam fl..,. The itmt thins could, happen If parent .ndbebytltten
fire safety legislation and to particular attention to sleep the cat" he said, 'but it has trt not coreful ti tt when they place their metcliettnd k iH
cooperate In this in ing infants. also killed of the must could bt fottl if the .cel."t." itrlktt '
IMPORTANT: program many our chil baby e
GIVE .
HER NUMBERS Mr Stmmy L. Jenot. 1047 Weadland A .., petet
the interest of safety for our "During their sleep, infants dren." notch ttt
I here ti btbytltttr and lit with KeiUnd Smith ,H< .. htr lop, while t$. child't ,,""h.JA children." toss around a lot," Cumbee tr tut.

,. .,41 Mr*. J. T, Smith tf 1046 Wo.dl.a1 A..., (ire final 'Inrtructlont .. tt whtrt they might One of the prime areas of said, "and the blanket covering

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DON RICHIE "steering wheel" of the bicycle cannot remotely take place," t ...WrIh lids
Ledger Stall Writer ; without firm control observed Tanner, ees31 lF"a t
WINTER HAVEN-Teaching that safe handlebars give an bicycles and in looking for. ,t 5\.1, :

future motorists the essentialsof accident could occur "I believe safety inspectors ?

safety In-or on-a vehicle No chain guard. A boy In have reduced drastically the ..r.'C r, rA d '
is the goal of Bicycle Safety one school was still healing number of accidents in the
Week, just concluding here from slashes on the lower part Winter Haven area, since ." t x
this weekend. of his body after being thrown campaigns were started; par. .wdwrZa_ ,ar '
Close Inspections of bicycles from a bike when his trousers ents must see that this continues .
and their riders for safety in caught in the chain. ," Tanner said, "until
nine Winter Haven area ele- Lights for night riding- there is not one bicycle accident e SW !L
mentary schools ended Thursday safety officials do not recommend nor one automobile accident -
with almost 3,000 bicycles any night riding on bicycles recorded there will be r .t .M P
Checked. : but if it must be done serious work to do." k ;

., A startling figure came out it's not only illegal to ride If adults, when driving their r t. fC.r.x r '?'. b41Y
of the inspections and road without a headlight and full youngsters or observed by .
tests: only 10 per cent of the reflectors, but it.could also be their youngsters do not with 7
THIS IS GOOD But It could be fetal' if baby picks up
deadly.
bicycles were found physically Another Item; according -to complete safety in mind their e medicine, bottle' nuked ,.1.... Tt Illustrate the turleilty. of,
fit for-thetroadr per cent children will not do so when
Tanner, many children especially children this empty couth-medicine. bottle wet pieced ,'. the
condemned found in
were or they take the wheel: "
need of adjustment or repairto in elementary grades, A good idea, he thinks, Is middle' of the floor and Kollend Smith, ,H, wet placed '.,,.. .. THIS PREVENTS POSSIBLE JUFFOCATIOM' H... M,.; 'J.".., ecHn( .. the bobyfitttr' ,
make them safe for their are just plain too little for the for every teenager, or younger It. The mull .h... h.,. Illuttretat whet ceuld happen If a checks the bucket' trouii4 Kollond Smlrh, tt "."' .'lItr.t. chit blanket tn children mutt bt I
young riders. bicycles they are given to person to read the Florida bottle of ,Iodine, er tome ether palieneut ivhironce w.. left fying/ chocked frequently tt preronf them from being. pulled ever the child/I hoed thereby tuffecttinp
4 ride. If the child Isn't fully Driver's Handbook. within. the child't ,..eh. the ,..."..t.". r'I
r Police Help ,
large enough for the bicyclehe
, Most of the rules there also
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This Information came from has available he should be asht
can applied to bicycles.
the sponsoring Optimist Cub's not be allowed to ride it, he And here are some specific Lakeland Postoffice Sets
chairman of the Safety Week. said. The element of controlIs rules
Paul Tanner. Cooperating In definitely missing if the 1. Have a safe bicycle In ::
the safety drive were the official bike II oversize.
every respect or put It in the ,
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bodies of the city of BOO KDled garage until it's fixed. Don'tgamble ,
Dedication Date a t
the Ceremony IM
Winter Haven, including
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Many of the above Items on two wheels. ,
Police of Department Commerce and and Winter Chamber that mar bicycle safety are 2. Use automobile hand signals Ira '
from years of observance and and be courteous to auto o
{ Haven High's of the Inter-Act Optimists.Club, experience by the National drivers; these go hand in Lakeland' new post American Legion Color ing the Hill firm $41,000 5'A

an Young adjunct men from the Club Bicycle Safety Institute, which hand. office building will be of. Guard will also take partin per year for leasing the
studies accidents 3. Ride right-hand-side in dedicated next the and
performed a large portion of involving a ficlally flag raising building under a ZOryear
the inspections and road tests. bicycles and knows why. they straight line, with the flow of Saturday during formal presentation.An lease j> %

Physical checks were madeon are caused. traffic. ceremonies at the Lake open-house and refreshments With the new building
Last than 500 4. Dismount and .
walk bicycle
more
year, a Wire location.
the bicycle equipment: will follow has come increased patron
deaths were directly attributed across a crowded lane
Ji handle bars; saddle; sprocket; to faulty bicycles! or of traffic. The $500,000 building the 45-minute dedication. work, and parkingspace.
t pedals: chain; wheels; tenders safety violations and 50,000 5. Avoid stunt riding of any which opened Oct. 28 Lakeland's 142 post office The new post office .

; lights, and reflectors.each bicycle injuries were record kind; a bike Is for transportation will be dedicated April employes will man covers an Interiorarea
Road tests were given to only and is not meant to 25 at 3 p.m. with an open. the post office facilitiesin of 25,827 square

student including turning in braking a figure- ed.Most of these need never be a ticket to a hospital, or ing address by R. W. order that the public feet, has a 2,125: square
a set stop;
eight loop; and balance and have occurred, said Tanner, beyond. Bass, regional post office have the opportunity of foot loading platform,
posture at a speed as slow as who observed that some 3.5 Enforcement Necessary controller and representative viewing a post office in and includes approximately .
the rider could maintain for million youths, many riding e. Obey all traffic signals from Atlanta. Other operation, said Lakeland 2,500 post office
19 to 20 yards. bicycles are potential drivers and signs; they pertain 100 officials participating Postmaster George P. boxes.
The performance tests, if of automobiles In the near fu per cent to bicycles as well in the ceremony will be Brantley Jr. Screenllnes, for increased
the bikes were roadworthy ture. By 1170, another million as cars. James A. Haley, con Many city officials, vis. customer service,
were an Individual thing but or 4.5 million youths will Parents should see that these gressman from the 7th iting postmasters, and re. are also an added facilityof
the following shortcomings of be making ready to get be- rules are enforced at all times, District, and Lakeland tired civil service em. the new post office.A .
the bicycles themselves, things hind the wheel. said TaMer
Mayor Harold Grizzard. ployes are expected to screenline described A
unsafe With accident statistics Increasing Inspections finished
that made the bicycles up
Included in the brief attend the opening.The by Brantley as "some.
for the children to ride were, as they are, this can Thursday at Brigham, Lake
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chiefly: be frightening. Alfred and Lake Shipp Elementary formalities will be the new post office thing like a teller's window -
No reflectors car could "Unless parents take an AC- Schools. Previously presentation of the American structure was built by in a bank" This enables

be upon a bicycle, too close TIVE part in motivating their in the week inspections were Flag to the post office The Texas Midwest Con customers to buy LITTIR MAIL' DISTRIIUTED-Rey I, FerfuiM, pest tHice
to stop, without these in twilight children to stay within safety held at Gaines, Eagle Lake, by Cong. Haley The struction Co and is own- stamps and mail pack clerk dhtrlbutot.. Incoming moll, preparing, It for delivery to Mitelporront
and dark hours. regulations at all times, with Wahneta, Lake Elbert, Inwood Lakeland High School ed by Hill and Co. of ages without having to served. by the now Lakeland. office. City letter ..,,1... wht I
Loose handlebars and grips ward to driving cars the and Snlvely Elementary Band directed by Robert Memphis, Tenn, The Post talk to a postal worker ..Ioull, werhed. tut tr the Dliieland, office' tnd the North Florldt
-or no grips. This is the wished-for decline In accidents School. E. Blanton, and the Office Department is pay. through a window office new work tut tf the new end. larger Lake Win dike

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the hendt. .t the ."........ m.il mterted... bit. the ,..t office
blcyclet .t ."'..... Ilementery. School ..., the end of t week-Unf. .....,.1.. for ..,. bihe end h.I.. tt she new Lake Win efftce. Pest Abets. pat erfiee clod. pose end. itemp window .. the new pat tffict, merit a ,.e",. prior tt ", .,,11"1. The new pest office

bikini, .,._41 by the Optmtht Club. The "Intpectien ,..sht see she feet thee ,."*.. ihould ...* beta the lottert ht "ltri..ti.", The new t
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I Almost every capital and retort Civic ClubRoundUp / What Do You Think?
city: In the world has an Of Advancing Age I
American-style hoteL QUESTION. "Hen ye. d.clld, frf weees pea will "Se ka tl. pai.ery .hell.. u..

WASHINGTON (AP-A lionma1Jenut tube becomes narrowed or even _.. k. end If .., M wfcrt rfU jr.. toe ymw teUWWHIM

enlargement of the blocked. ASKIDi a.....*.4 tl>*" lfl cmim.J. .
prostate gland hallmark d Thus, the flow of mine II 1m
!pealed! and strain Is put on the made choices but I personal impression. I know'
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advancing yean in many men W. Sandberf (es, I've I've my
bladder. Ultimately, unless the asked lot of questions first this, I vote for the one that I
I. -probably I.I the condition: that got my mind mad up about a "
followed and
by a question answer disorder Is corrected tha kidneys does the least slinging.'
headed necessitated Gen. Charles dGaulle' my choice for governor. First I'm not a native of this county }Iud. "
Dr.Spencer
period by surgical operation Fri. may become dangerous I read a lot. and then I have so I have talked to people
R. Garrett,
DOWNTOWN an ophthal- Involved.A .
a neighbor who Is very In- who I think
O. mologist. day.Benign enlargement of the bulletin signed by three doctors terested In politics and I get know something '
John Wilson will be the speak described the about
73-year-old
together with him frequentlyto
OABPriscilla er at the next meeting. lie will exclusively male prostate a
'president's condition after the discuss candidates. This is these candi
"What Is Llonlsm" tiny organ In the lower part of
speak on
satisfac mind this dates. You,
operation u "very how I made up my
the abdomen-occurs, for reasons -
"
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Allen, opthalmolo- JUNIOR still unknown In up to 80 tory time. don't learn'
gist, wu the main speaker at CHAMBER r per cent of men over 60 yearsof I A communique Issued at Ely. anything If youdon't
Palace, said: De Gaul ask ques
see
the last meeting of the Down- The
usually
age. process
O. tions. I have
"underwent this
an operation eta"
town Lions Club. She spoke on ,e
4 starts In the 40s but only about
asked lot oi
disease of the a
for a
morning
and her talk COMMERaThe
was
eye muscles 23 per cent of those affected
,
prostate. This surgical Inter people young
I ever require surgery vention had been decided sew and old. who!_ '___' _9 GORTON HARDEN
Cancer of the prostate giant ', they win vote
A eral weeks
TIME FOR Annual ago.
Jaycee-sponsored
Gerald Harden "I haven'tbeen
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also CaD cause an enlargement for and why HUTCHISON
A medical bulletin said: The
car safety check will be held
I CHANGEWILL requiring surgery. But available operation took place normaO; I'm lure my wife will vote able to deride who I
from
lam. until
Saturday 3 official and unofficial details on The condition of Gen. da Gaulle i, the same way. We'd just u will vote for yet, but I usually
p.m at Southgate Shopping Canter 3e Gaulle's case would appearto Is satisfactory." ti soon vote for a man who think about It for a long
ElectSETH Jaycee officials announced. rule out cancer. For one very # 1 might have a chance next while. My wife and I both
An added feature of the check thing, the operation reportedly SANDBERG BRUNSVOLD time. People make a mistake consider our votes valuableand
will be a seat belt sale, also : less to make an effort to
lilt a little than two hours In voting for someone because try
sponsored by the Jaycees. Cars whereas cancer surgery on the Labor Contract Ben Brunavold "Sure I'm they think he'Q be a winner." find out all we can about the
will have a complete safety prostate may last up to three going to vote In the primary Mrs. Tbelma Gorto "I candidates: that are running.
check made on them by members tours. Signed For next month, but I havui't think I've decided. I usuallyget take everything Into consideration :
McKEELPolk Cape
of law enforcement agencies. The normal Job of the prostate made any decisions yet. I always the most Information by what I read and whatI
from the Greek word look at a man's past listening to them on TV and bear. I think all of them
'prostates," meaning "one who' CAPE KENNEDY (AP-A record. A'man who is honest reading the paper. But I like have good lines so I try to
County Decorate Home lands before"-is to( help produce New three-year labor stabilization will do us the most good. to sea candidates: with their find out what other people
School Board riGHT TO KELP With Quietness seminal fluid. That's fluid agreement /Including a no- William Hutchison: "Wen. families so I can get a more have to say about them."
strike clause has been signed
HOMMTIAD IXIMrTION' In which the male cells,
sperm
,. You decorate and sound to cover Cape Kennedy the
District 1 Will KM, All .11. can produced In the testicles, are re-
condition your home In one j Merritt Island Moonport and
eased from the
body.
ELECT easy step with acoustical Insulation Patrick Air Force Base.
Will ccntlniM I* wink for the board ceiling tile. It's The prostate envelops ,the The National Aeronautics and
education of our young piepi Ralph J. RossiTAX manufactured in several hundred I eck of the urinary bladder, and Space Administration announcedthe
*, end MUbliiHmcnt *f a patterns to match any j also surrounds the urethra-the agreement was signed
....rlon.l trclnlnfPtlltiul proroet.hU ASSESSOR room decoration. Acoustical ube: through which urine and Thursday in Washington D.C.,
Insulation board ceDing tile seminal fluid pass. by representatives of the AFL-
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M. ky H.) M. M. Mv. hy .. i. **M| absorbs up to 70 per cent of If undue enlargement of the CIO and the Patrick Air Force

II! ,"'_____ excess noise that strikes it. I prostate occurs the urethral Bue Contractors Association.
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GUARANTEED 1:FEAR WHAT I AM FOR:

12 STYLES! bRtoOS AND Grantt-own brand
''u w Wonl run, GIRLS' SHIRT STRMION WIG 22" DELUXE I will work for proper water conservation A must for the future needs of
i even if snagged Polk County.
? AND SHORT SETS IMO ? POWER MOWER. I will work for mare end better PUBLIC ROADS.

iI'r' I IH1e WITH 3 HP ENGINE I will Insist that specifications on trucks, heavy equipment and other
Iii io aen commodities purchased by the county ba revised where necessary sa that
ewgs4 Sale 1.34 ALL BUSINESS CONCERNS will have an equal opportunity to bid. This
would lave thousands of taxpayers dollars.I .
REGULARLY 1.69 ) Sale $58RIGULAIL I will Insist that et least one meeting of the commission be held each
ManyeasycarecottonsTrimfitjamalca month for the purpose only of hearing problems of the citizens of Polk

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Sleeveless shirts 'ChClrge-1t'..1.33 weekly I will Insist on fair end equal treatment for all contractors.

e Prints,solids;7.14 e I will Insist that representation of the people of Polk Cou"ty'be performedIn
Ali-... constructionAustemperrd a GENTLEMANLY and SOBER fashion

steel blade I will work for better access to lakes, fishing and other recreational
a Sheen iwle.-.h w.- Jb _. , Cuts cUan.full baffling facilities.
luxury of* tv'fir u kr bkr '*ry Hit 1 Choke-O-Matkcdntrol I will represent ALL the people of Polk County-Not a favored FEW.
a tiny price! Side discharge chute
Air foam air cleaner
SAILCLOTH SNEAKERSFOR WHAT I AM AGAINST:


1st QUALITY KANTRUN WOMEN, GIRLS, l .r e I Will Not pave privet. roads at taxpayers expense.

AND CHILDREN DDDGNUlt."rt I I Will Not Install private pipe lines or other drainage at taxpayer*
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Only 1.00 GRANT CREST I Will Not be a part of any commission clique.

Sale 2 97a STRETCH-TO-HT I Will Not use this job for my perso".I.el".

,KIi. CHAIR COVER e I Will Not e"ol.lft THREATENING or otherwise Intimidating employeesor
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Sturdy uppers;;strong Sale I Will Not wait four years to grade your county roads, clean out culvert
Exquisitely detailed nylons truly runproof lining;counter: pocket 3.97 or haul fill dirt In order to secure your vote for another term in office.

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Marina Oswald Involved In Legal Squabble TUNGROC Supf Q. D,VARNISHES M Fiver.. rli>.

I., Or Table.. ToLAKELAND
DALLAS Tex. (AP)-Marina Harvey Oswald, who was ac- a lawyer.agent contract with cles and public appearance Kind District Court the latter Saar.eea Sael.r
),wald. with an estimated $60- :used of assassinating President John M Thorn of Grand Pral Thorne receives 10 per cent will be heardMr .
I 00 in donations from the publicied John F. Kennedy, also asked rte, Tex.
I Dist Judge Owen Giles on *. Oswald also asked that GLIDDEN
up In a manager agent that two contract she signed In The contracts were signed Friday ordered Thorne, Martin a trust fund and investment,,
;xjuabbl, hat filed a petition early December be declared Dec 5 and Dec. ( when Mrs and Thorn,'. law partner, Paul agreement involving S2 PAINT CENTER
king an accounting of the voId. Oswald was living In the Martin W Leach to appear April 20( signed by Thome and Martin be !" S. Florida Art
none). Object. of the petition filed household Under the terms to show why an accounting dissolved, 'and that personal belonging -c .M.. II-1I7
Mrs. Oswald widow of Lee 0, 7:00 A.M. toSiIO
Friday are a 10- Martin receives 15 should
year personal percent of not be made Including! clothe, pictures PM. 6 D.
manager contract signed with all the money Mrs. Oswald I Giles was sitting for Judge ; a manuscript and lettersbe "
By RONNIE STUART Sikes Blasts James H. Martin of Dallas and makes from movies,,book*, arti Dee Brown Walker in whose returned,to her, I
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BARTOW-Polk commissioners ire looking for a Rights GroupFor "z" \ :,'6d'. A.1 ' '
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ty'i Unincorporated suburban areas SuggestionWASHINGTON r | .! ...April 22, If M,
f Commission Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon said ..
commissioners are considering (AP) Rep. Thi modern department store thai 'oil! of,
a "reciprocal agreement Bob Sikes, D-Fla., has branded ,
with__ the county's, 18 _municipal fire departments "
at "stupid" a recommendationof ,.tkCounty'' has watted for '
-we need the cities' help" Mc :'IlIA"" +I'd 1 J
the Florida State
Advisory C t [
Cutcheon said.However Committee on Civil Rights. He MOMtCiQtAI".N. ':'t! ,

easy solution, for there this seems problem' to be which no suggested of Florida that Cov fire:the Farris commission Bryant . ..". ..........

Is expected to mushroom into a larger if he has the power to do 10: ., ....... I A-" .:'-1' f _..
problem as the county grows. Much of Sikes' suggestion was made iDa
the growth in the next decade is expected House speech rapping the committee i: tlt
to be in these suburban areas. for recommending that
The chairman explained that com the Defense Department shut $ M
missioners have been gathering infor down Tyndall Air Force Base if L
mation from other Florida 'counties, 9 Panama City businessmen re - _
which have countywide fire protec- fuse. to serve Negro servicemen _
tlon.
"Polk is the most unique county inSThART I Sikes said "whatever the complaint .

. the South," McCutcheon opined. He pointed out that i action or would its merits be a severely, this drastic damaging MORE Shopping Convenience MORE Values MORE Selection
the county has a "dozen large towns and cities i blow to the of
where other counties have only one or two large !the area and would economy hurt both

incorporated, areas. white and Negro personnel. It ['Yt I -& I iV1Jfl lif! j,
"The" problem lies la the perimeters around the would help no one. It Is a stupid I
cities, McCutcheon stated. These areas are the fastest recommendation
growing-both in population and In number of
Windings-in the county.11icCUTCIIEON ,

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SAID) "some sort of fire district. .
Ing"* is the apparent answer to the problem. How.
ever, districts mean taxes, and one group of peopleIn !
the Crooked Lake area-already has voted down I
a referendum calling for the establishment of a fire '
district in that area. ::, :s=

Also, one such district (Fire District No. 1 for
the area southeast of Lakeland) did approve the
additional millage for the added protection. That 2SPECIAL
district has been paying a fee to the city for coverage .
but now, a fire station is being,constructed in
the area, and the money will go to finance the up- : .
keep of this station and machinery. I .
McCutcheon noted that there are several areas : !
in the state where fire districts "have worked very
effectively. Millage collected in the districts are
paid to. the adjoining cities, which furnish the protection

The cities in turn use this money to buy additional -
equipment needed to furnish protection to the

outlying area.McCutcheon. noted that "We can't force this for that LONG HOT SUMMER
down the people's throat, but it is our job to keep
them informed about what they can do. \
The matter is expected to come, in for a heavy
airing at the next meeting between 'commissioners .
and municipal: officials, planned. for late in the sum. ,,1

mer.The first such meeting, called two months ago to

discuss road planning for the county, apparently was FREE HOME SURVEYRight UP TO $30 ALLOWANCEThe i'
a big hit with all concerned, and commissioners Immediately -

began to plan for others. .. 1 2

now/ before the seasons rush our survey crews City of Lakeland Oept. of Electric ft Water Utif-

Persons who turn out to hear the county's allowance
pities' will girl a wiring of $30 ($10 for
political candidates at the rallies being sponsored by e are not busy. That's why we can offer you Free home you

the Polk County Democratic Executive Committee survey. Just come to our store or phone. No obligation. 115-volt unit) if you buy your Air Conditioner during the monthof P
deserve a better atmosphere than was given at Thurs t
April
day night's rally in Lake Wales. I
Candidates were forced to speak over noise that
would have done justice to a Middle East street market MU 6-4176 OFFER' GOOD IN ANY AREA SERVED BY THE r
Even after Stuart Caudill, chairman of the sponsoring LAKELAND DEPT OF ELECTRIC & WATER UTILITIES
committee, asked for quiet from the audi
ence, the hubbub only decreased to a little less thana
steady roar
The sad part about the whole situation is that
the noise was not coming from the persons who took
seats in Barranco Field grandstands with hopes of I
hearing the candidates discuss Issues' and qualifications I
but from the area behind the grandstands.And I FRIGIDAIREROOM
who made up the majority of this crowd
behind the grandstands? It mostly was composed of
campaign workers, candidates who were waiting
their turn to speak and even candidates who were
not even scheduled to speak Thursday night Even a
public address system had trouble overcoming the

noisy hum created by* these* conversations.* AIR CONDITIONERS I IBtFora


Of all the county offices up for grabs in the May
5 primary, the race for State Attorney is turning out
to be one of the most Interesting-if not the most You Buy See This Written _
interesting
Thus far, incumbent Glen Darty has squarely
faced and answered all charges by his opponent, Edward !,. ,ii' 11 E GUARANTEEJtrl"lc'alre .
C. Flood. It was only Darty, to whom rebuttal
time was granted during Thursday night's rally. II M1iq' l
This is completely opposite of the position taken sflnmnfflffl
by some candidates, who have chosen to ignore
charges and challenges hurled at them. ;

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Question of the week: What has happened to A/6l0 Guarantee of Rated Capacity Ait a

Gene West, the Lake Wales fertilizer salesman who ,Tha ....ft........,., .uarantaat th.1h.. aaaaaity and h."ft' ... '
candidate for the 3 State I OKI if ar Mn II Ml qualified as a Group Representative 000 BTU air c Oftd'I'.n.r w.. "t..U.hN una" .n4 "sins. th. plw.nw< .
race? 6 .r..ir,kM.kr NIMA* .ftd.'d e..l.a..... 19 000 BTU
in If al any thn.thln S r .rt Neer N Mlvkrv N .rialat. ! vur.niur. ttiii9rt
West has failed to put an appearance at any I *,da,r. UMift A,r Cand..... wh to,m araMr ..=, I tfl wn..h.n fail! tt ,
and has not filed financial .Nrw ta ratad undar tha aand I ana and nth n Iha talaranca arater kad
of the political rallies any 11S volt unit, 2 speed fans and 9 po. MIMA tundard.'c-.tr.'a:. ....,,..,..Ih. rn.n./"Wr.....'.' ,".'II' raa..:.aaa.., Ih.a /riai4ir. awn. moidun
statements in the office of the circuit court clerk. Air. ...E.nIM.n.r.. w Ih l madal eO /'" l" < na axl to v ".r'
West qualified for the race during the last dayof iitioit thermostat. 4."., air distribu ,al llaclrical Manufacturar Aiaaa multi-room cooling. speed
qualifying in Tallahassee. He has yet to take advantage tion. DIVISION fans provide 4-woy slumber-quiet airFRIGIDAIRE
of the free by the news. distribution
space given count's
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
candidates wishing to can
papers to $751B Dayton, Ohio
didacy. $1449
The following item appeared in last week's bulletin mo.
for the Bartow Kiwanis Club: "April ChairmanDon JflOOOOOOOOOvOQQOQiiQMMJ .
(Serdynski, only name on our roster harder to Even less with trade Even less with trade
spell than Fred Lenfesty) . ."
It obviously was referring to the Polk Junior
College president, who spells his name, "L-e-n-f-e-s-
t-e-y." I lUtj
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Tomorrow is the 42nd anniversary of the city's NO DOWN PAYMENT "Your Dealer With Service"
civic charter membership .
Kiwanis Club. Of the group's
three persons, W. F. Bevis John Clark and 1
N. E. (Nye) Jordan, still are regarded as active
members, and two others, US. Senator Spessard L.

members.Holland and Ellis Gibson* ,*are*regarded as honorary UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY ,_Tagga.ot Ii


County Commissioner Aldine Combee reports
that three signs he had constructed on his own property FHA Financing Available Pe-terSOft
to advertise his bid for re-election were torn i
down by State Road Department crews which wenton ,
the rampage through the county two weeks ago.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
Something to think about: The current issue of"True"
magazine reports that it used to be you could 110 Kerneywood Opp. Southgate Open Fri. 'til 9 P.M.
tell someone you were either a Republican or a Democrat I
and that person would know how you stood I

on any issue.

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TO 7 P.M. 11-8 ,,LAKELAND April IS, IM4 LEDGER Ingenious. Tank 'Joins f


SUNDAY ONLY Widow Of I Forces Of SegregationNEW \


FREEWESTINGHOUSE : Victim Brings YORK (Special)- where! students were
Jackson Mississippi, has In- log the city's failure to
I l zauTr $90,000 SuitBARTOWA vented a new weapon to a traffic light at a I
.ISCSaaT ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSHWith fight I Integration "Thomp- Intersection.
( P..ch..1 Tkl Cl..mrt $90,000 damagesuit son's tank" The Reporter Acording to one .
Magazine said today. account as things were
was filed in Circuit Court
COMPACT, CORDLESS, SAFE AND RECHARGEABLE the AtlanticCout "Thompson's Tank" Is a ting a little rough, the < !
COMPLETE WITH 4 TEK TOOTH BRUSHES yesterday against $20,000, custom-made vehicle vehicle lumbered out of : .
Line Railroad by the
DEALERS that looks like an elongated mists. Demonstrators
SUPPLY LIMITED NO widow of a man killed In a car., armored car. Behind Its back while it moved into
train collision last Jan. 22. double thick walls of 12-gaiige sition. There was a -
Mrs. Mildred Bratcher, widowof steel 10 policemen can sit in ful silence as the port ; .
John Bratcher, charges In the air-conditioned comfort in two popped open and gun
WestinghouseVACUUM suit that A.C.L.: "carelessly and rows of bucket seats. The slid out. .
SPECIAL I negligently operated 1U train" windows are bullet-proofed; "Nobody knows exactly ,
and "carelessly and negligently the engine is encased in steel.It happened next.
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maintained the crossing" Is painted robin's egg bl-ie one of the policemen .
with floodlights adorning the must have accidentally
Bratcher was killed when his
ped a tear-gas grenade.
car :was struck at the Oak Ave- top.To thick cloud .
CLEANER began to
nue-A.C.L. Intersection In HiChl prevent any optimistic ,
from the top of the tank
JFFER civil-righter from trying to tip
WHEELS l and City. _._ ___ .._ __ it over Jagged extrusions of door burst open and the
on' steel rim the bottom. occupants rushed out !
Inside a shotgun is positioned and coughing"
at every seat along After the air had
with teargas grenades, ammunition the men climbed back : .
and "as a kind of The vehicle headed back ;
Will Endlosung a machine fun. town leaving the
There are portholes just big ors more bewildered :
AIR CONDITION enough for the gun barrels. A frightened. Pondering
series of small trapdoors meaning of this latest
HOME opens out of the roof for festation of police power, ; : ,
YOUR ing grenades. hUrl-I of them remarked ;

AS UTILE AS Thompson' Tank "If only some of us could .
fOR debut last month at a rock- gotten hold of that thing,
$2650 throwing demonstration near could have ruled .
M. t"
_Jackson_State. . College. !. _(Negro. )_

NO DOWN PAYMENT Kynes,' W'f;

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y u r bF.* it $3I

//r- i I PER WEEK Self-Policing ..


1 For TeachersDAYTONA ,

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." r 101"1if' BEACH (AP) ,
I L Atry. Gen. James W. Kynes : .
Saturday that the Florida
Ing profession "should have
ONLY . . same privilege as the legal
'
7.pi.c. sat of ottocimnts \' .1- (medical professions to rid
(lot undesirable persons." ,
WitH 1H1SWEATHERMKER
26 97 Campaigning for election :

......-....... full term as attorney :
(I/JJ Kynes discussed a public ,
ment in which a Legislative ,

POWERFUL. . over 1 h.p. motor for speed cleaning. AND THIS IS said vestigating the group Committee had
WHAT YOU GET!
I CORD STORAGE. . cord nests neatly! on base. after our alleging possible I
few hours
I CLEANS all rugs carpets and hard surface floors. Just experts a arrive, your air 1. H.m. *M .( vrfM. against teachers.123 persons who ; ;

conditioning will be Installed 2. 0.. weekly privet l I.u...
TOSS-AWAY BAG . hands never touch dirt. Its Kynes said the
and operating 3. Practices Commission ; :
thai 0. weekly f tnlly !I..> ..
DOES ALL JOBS . even de-mothing. the same ized by the 1963 ; ;
hun- .
brought to All ,.. niiiU
DECORAiOR-STYLED . In two-tone blue. Carrier dreds of families here. A.y.e..u.ee. alp" fr.m 4ai ccd.ww The should committee look into agreed the today I

BUILT AND GUARANTEED BY WESTINGHOUSE. Call us today I N.,; t.a/eyed, d..gkte6 NN,. II.Tie', bb.. furnish its Information when I
I pl.ylnt In inliititttt commission Is organized to
COMI IN AND LIT US ,.OVlIYI vestigate It.

1VVS CANNONMUSIC Kynes said nobody would ;
,
: done hiring known
IMPERIALSERVICE CO. as teachers but Florida :

be careful In making /

I an d: U.S.'92 East at Rosa St. I"I-, .ClU..LITY.oI.lake . ...___..LW..-... 101 S. Fl.,'id. Av.. satlons and we must move !
;:. utaoeuw .,..e..w..r Ph. 6>:-IMS L..ktl'.nJ caution in the purge of l labler. '
'' OeIN..aUr 1'-101 Weds H... M t p M. i'p.. ewmtr o. 1323 New AuburnJaU Hwy. 0,.. Trldiy Ev.nln,i We must have more
Ph 6SI-386S rumor or suspicion" to oust I l .-' ,
''Ulty members.

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OFFICERS ,, ' 1., < BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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PRESIDENT VICE 'RESIDENT ,<. : JACK FITZGERALD PETE JOHNSON ,

JOE M GANDOLFO NEIL HOMMEL; I.' ( ACE CAUSIER LEE FRIERSON

SECRETARY TREASURER \ : / KENNETH J. FRANK I BILL FOLSOMEMILUIIERS I
J, GERALD GARRETT
'" 1IMMEDI.TI N1N OF
PAST PRESIDENT NAT'L. COMMITTEIMAN
DAVID QUEEN SIDNEY L.. PATRICK, C.L.U. ;
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) I Ben McLeod
iI1 11111RS; H. H. Rutledge
v 'r I John V, MartinR. .. George L Ryals

COQ E. Moughen .. Carson Sammons
John R. Addison John R. Fenn C.LU. H. P. McCarty Paul Schopke

William M. Adklns Paul V. French Edwin McMullen .' Hugh Seiglcr

Jerry W Bonett William H. Fulbright THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UFE UNDERWRITERS E. B. Mean ,.< James S. Sippel

> ,'.\ P. D. Meddick *
H'M. FultonJ. .1 Paul A. Smith
Gerald E, I ;!
.. Beasley ",0* rr.estW., TU peoItI..r: *.1(0 u..r-rllorte.***. In ....* R. A. Meek Z. 0. Smithson '
Byron L. Belcher Richard GriffinJames h* k ":* ti.>Miy.A .
< h'h'h": pn4.i iiiml James H. Melton Key Spears t
W. B. Boatman H. Griffin du.rte..dur.IL.ywnJ..11M.a.w .k*.>**
foMilt l tmt it4 J yally to kto MnCMy M. B. Mooney John Q. Stanford, Jr.
Raymond H, Bradt Ben B, Gurtner fcy .fcMnlnf III* fc! lw nMcal -Mnt M.
? :h!. mid. wif Muffed tonm* Mww *!:* Kenny Morris G. L Starling
Lawrence C, Branch Emory Hall .far 11- ,....,".. Charles E, Mute John Stern

Miss Mystics Brannon W. W. H.II.. 1 .."... (r to t. my .Mponiy . Bill Newbcrry H. E. Stevens
Theodore W. Harrell',4't TO S.M *y bgrtnm In list! h ***** n<,4 ..k. toMlntaM Nathan H. Newman B. N. Thomas
Charles W Browder .
\{ ( "IN piH fc tO kMp* M b.f y clnMiMyi
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'i', &. VfffimHl. TO iwpi1.t tUtHHf-M. KM Bobby Ray Nolan .... Carl L Thomas
Herbert Brown Jr Albert J. Hayden ;"r" t'': . | .... kthriMtlwh twtdw. -
Morris .. ... _wd..ekA.y!: win*..4. l*... .k.r fklwlM.TO I. N. O'Neal I W G. Thomas
Herbert H. Brown W Hess .
tmptrf .wy prafw .>
Robert C. Brown J. F. Hicks I'', r i: =: ::-.:='::r:. a..W. R. Pa fford C, L Thrower

Jack Buclcolew T, B. Hillman '"w"+ r:."I'y.i'---::" ; | l ;::, totf to Edward E. Patrick Paul F. TindU

Elton D, Bryant Hulon J, Hobbs'n
Andrew J, Brownlee Robert H. Holden *:.i w*Hurt*..TO iWn nnd.muMnf"d mf my BMIIMH...,,M* fry wdl Mp': lugNpl ttxUwWorib Robert A. Patrick, III O. W. TindU

Jim Byrd ''P. T, Holland ..I e< war >K..u... TO k"p xyMlf lnl ""*4 Robert. H. Patrick Earl D. TyerW'I"
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wkh to iMurann hwi end
( ...-ntpKT I..... Mk.d.I.e.r..d.p.. nuww..d*. TO"-) toM Joyce. Peacock W. D. Vernon q;.
"10m W I yr. Hostetler . ,... ...
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Madison 0. Clark .' Buford T. Holt I w.k ... (...-"' ..'..... to ..rl..eeg' Frank PennachioMaurice Herbert F. Wheeler I "
f'' ... ""d..r .ak".. L PerkinsJ. Sue White
W, W. Chan George A. Howard Permenter Erie C. Williams

William R, Combo Jimmy A. Hughes William L John W. Williams
Phillips
rIle following, ; m-L...." your ,'. v.d..wrrlns.neda. .
Robert C. Corky C. Eldridge I Hunt tkwllllt.aerik fo'M.. kph priiKip/.i/ tl pnftatonol conJuc*wed Jerry Pierce ... Bill J. Weed

C. P. Cox Jonnie M. Hutchinson ..dvrorlea.mprifrlheni.wvk.teyeesndt./Meom..vni.y. William F. Poole, C.LU. Leon Yates

Edwin L Dekl. R. K. Hutcheson -. Edwin L Powell Bill Yearty

Bryant Dickey Daniel I H. Jacoby David Riser ..
KessikE. Honorary Member
Andy
Phillip B. Dold Marion R. Johnson John -1
.' C. LambHarold RayAssociate
Robert J. Dagos Forrest D. Judy *'., R. Lutz ,'j

Silas D. DuPree . Harry B. Keenen I Herat B. Ludwigien MemberC. '
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W. Maddox
Robert B. Edison Don R. Kelio, C.LU.. Thomas E. Moffett J r. __
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A. C. Ennis Lee K'fltxer I.. Charles Masters .
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F, D. Follin' Kenneth Koehter" .\ - - George H. Derwort '







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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April II, 1M4 J-B



I Water VaporFou nd In Venus' AtmosphereThus Q/d


By JOHN' W FINNEY ment was presented jointly by Strong acknowledged by his own observational de- out to be more like earth r '
(C)] rblller.ttlMH
the Johns Hopkins University in an Interview that he was ductions that, at least in the than had been theorized by FOOD
WASHINGTON-Venus has and the Air Force office of
CENTER
,Venus turns
upper atmosphere scientists
been discovered to have sizeable aerospace research, which financed being "something of a stub I many aslurr O.UM.ITY
amounts of water vapor the $50,000 expedition born optimist" He was also IIStOYNT
in its upper atmosphere, a "Definite Evidence"In being something of an Iconoclast RAIL TOURS to WORLD'S FAIR PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY elsclusl
finding that reinforces faint for the preponderanceof -...:. INDEPENDENT *f ISCORTIDCONTINENTAL -
but lingering hopes of some commenting on the results scientific opinion is that QUAHTlTJRICHTS O o fl
scientists that Dr. John no life can exist ". TRAVELS
some form of Strong professor on the later RESERVED
life may exist on the cloud- of experimental physicsand planet" of earth. r fr \
22S S. A... '10. 612-11(3
KtiiHicky
shrouded GOOD:
planet. director of the laboratory High TemperaturesThis
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The finding may also help of astrophysics and physical I
solve opinion is based on the
the
scientific riddle i l meteorology at Johns Hop- r- err - sass r ere ear are - 11 m. <
about the nature of Venus's kins, said: uninhabitably hot temperatures ,
atmosphere, for it suggests "We now have definite evidence that are believed to I
the planet has an earth-like exist on the surface of Venus Yes! I
that there is water vapor want to know
On the basis of observations
upper |: .
atmosphere.
around Venus and In such
The observations of the by radio and optical telescopeson I MORNINGI
water quantities as to compare with i
vapor were made by using the upper atmosphere surrounding earth and by the Mariner : more about travel to I
2 spacecraft that "flew
by"Venul
a balloon to carry a telescope the earth. Since it I
in December, 1962, I .
above most of the earth's is known that carbon dioxide the
atmosphere to study sunlight exists on Venus, proof of wa- deduction has been drawn that the NEW YORK I
as it was reflected off the ter vapor forces us to reexamine temperatures on the surface I II HERE
ARE
bright, thick clouds that conceal every previous calculation of the planet must range I YOURW
the surface of the planet made concerning the possibility around 800 degrees fahrenheit I
A report on the result of of some sort of life far too hot for any form of i WORLD'SFAIR
I
the balloon-astronomy expert- existing on the planet. life to survive.Strong : I

. ,. .____._ ....... I is not completely convinced I Il EARLY WEEK
.;-JV> '" :.- ..'. ". '''...."' of the validity of these l
observational deductions. Un-

;. ;Lakeland r Chamber ,4" til more made direct he is measurementsare "inclined to : viaM8T I i:

I &**jjj&&& : > be optimistic and stubborn" SPECIALS.

Qf Commerce NotesBy in clinging to a hope that Venus .
: may be hospitable for 1
...,.Jar"--.kJ' ,. ,_ ""... .. .. some form of life. In this =M.L.,,","' )SERVED ESPECIALLY TO YOU
..hope he_ been_ strengthened!_
JOHN M. BRYSON fairs Alrcade sessions held -
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General Manager throughout the country .Famous FROM J. Me FIELDS HAVE A GOOD DAY!
This discussion of I
Our Congressional ELECT
warmest congratulations
I issues, entitled Citizenship !
a -
to Jimmy Sikes, president Action Forum, will be I Champion Trains I LADY FAIR SWEET OR BUTTERMILK
of
Florida Tile Industries
held in the Civic Theatre Tuesday I JOSEPH F. Can
Inc, upon his selection
night May 12, and will
as Lakeland's Industralist of Round-Trip Including Reserved I
be open to the public at no II
$6905
the Year atLakeland's charge. Names of the panelists I SEDMERACOUNTY I Scot 01 Low as 'BISCUITS s.Unit., with 5c
second I'I'per
and other participants will adult $2.50 or
annual Industrial
be announced shortly, but we I I'
Appre- do hope you'll mark your calendar (Summer rates effective May I) food erd..
ciation Dinner so as not to miss this : Also Package Plan Tours which Include hotel II'
last Tuesday important event. I accommodations for three nights (double occupancy
night. We can * I, COMMISSIONERDISTRICT ) plus two admissions to the World's I

pride indeed In take this As of this date, only about'I 5 Fair (Add transportation) FIRST
outs landing one-third of the questionnaires Package Plan Tours $* I CUT .
firm which In have been returned from the TMI' I slow as O1.OOper
few 198 clubs and organizations we
a short
wrote on April 9 requestingthe adult I
from years has 59th risen to BRYSON name, address and tele- I Ask about optional sightseeing trips, Broadway '
seventh place In the nation's phone number of their presiding shows, stopovers en route which may be In I'I
officer This list, whichwe
tile manufacturers 1 cluded.
mimeograph in quantity, PORK CHOPS
* |is in great demand throughout I, Special Rates for groups of 25 or more. Chil I
Space limitations last week < the year, so if you want I I dren's rates upon application l
knocked out my glowing congratulations !your club to be listed correctly Far Informof/ea/ end ,..."orl.n. cad MU 2.0162.r I
to the Peoples Bank and Lanier Upshaw, 'that we get the information II-4M
Inc, upon their new'quarters, I pronto. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad I
to Leap President Harry Edwards * I ACL Passenger Station
upon being listed In a Lakeland Lions, plus an Lakeland, Florida I
99c
sort of British Who's Who in unusual number of guests I I I am Interested I In going to the World's Fair, leaving 3 Ibs. 4

America and to two new mem recently were privileged to (date) for ___________ days. I
bers. hear a free enterprise ______ _
speech hy Don Brewer, I Please give me the cost for adults
* presIdent children under 12, to occupy ( ) one ( ) two hotel
of O.K. Tire A
Rubber
We are especially pleasedto rooms, I FF Deluxe FROZEN HUDSON-PAPER
Company that would have
welcome Into our member I I am also Interested In the following optional extras
ship R. H. Phillips, Accountant Chamber gladdened men the everywhere.hearts of I I I WAFFLES, NAPKINS .

: and McLean Insuranceand Lakeland's own Mark Hol- I I. Name_
Real Estate Agency, successor Its, as somewhat of a coincidence S"m..o knows thot "","ustry '', I I
to the firm headed by delivered a most I end '.,ro"s" will ...efot the Address g
80PKG'
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our 1MO-41! president, the late effective address on that I City !state YIP Code- Sos
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end the !h.m.
family cr
j McLean. ,
Boyd same subject to the Winter
A
I 11. "Thanks for Using Coast Line'FIRST
* Haven Rotary Club this past I ,N.a.,.M J.p,--., I IIN A
Phosphate Committee Chalcmacs _Wednesday I I .esneonr1.11BUICK . .
Dick EMI and I along 1 ,
with a big crowd of digni- voy
tacks, from around the county I: -I.
looked on In awe as Virginia '
Carolina's gigantic new
CORNEDBEEF
dragline was dedicated down
Mar Fort Meade about II
days ago. Named the CaptainEd
.In memory of long-time
mine superintendent Ed. Bower
the monstrous machine !
weighed in at J.SJS.WO pounds,
cost In the neighborhood of
$2,101,00a real nice neighborhood
If you're not paying
.
the bill) and picks up %- Z
ton bites with a 30-ton bucket 12 OZ WITH
suspended at the end of Its28foot 2g FOOD
booml! TIN ORDER
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Even our during directors their were monthly Impressed -1 I IN CLASS "C" WITH 25.29 M.P.G.

board meeting Monday night i
at the Chamber's activities In : (INTERMEDIATE SIZE SIXES)
March which I had listed on KRAFT

March a the crudely blackboard.want drawn an calendar To unusually prove on I FIRST IN CLASS "D" WITH 23.74 M.P.G.INTERMEDIATE MUSTARD JAR 9C

in this regard, '
month
heavy
( SIZE EIGHTS)
President Bill Schroter suggested -

month's calendar that the be prepared previous FIRST IN CLASS "G" WITH 21.36 M.P.G.
for every board meeting or FRESH GREEN FRESH FIRM RIPE
added to the agenda, financial
statement and minutes FULL-SIZE EIGHTS) CABBAGE CUKESQd

mailed to the directors priorto .
each monthly meeting.
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S EACHS
Among the committees I LB
which met this past week, for
example, were Conservation-I TENDER
1964 MOBIL ECONOMY RUNIn
Recreation and Beautification, National Space Affairs will YOUNG FRESH

permit only brief paragraphs POLEBEANS
on the first two, and I'll have I
to report on the Beautification this coast-to-coast test of performance and economy, Buick swept three out of

committee next Sunday. the four classes in which it was entered. All Buicks were equipped with Super Turbine -
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Our Conservation Recrea- automatic transmissions (General Motors' newest torque converter automatics,

ties committee ef the year In Its expressed first session pioneered by Buick). A Buick Special with V-6 engine and Super Turbine 300 automatic .

concert that the revenue from transmission copped the honors in Class "c" A V-8 Buick Special with Super
tbe recently Imposed I percent
.alea tax OB sporting Turbine 300 automatic transmission led the field in Class "D" and the big Buick

goods be and used related as Intended Items mightnot for LeSabre with Wildcat V-8 power and Super Turbine 400 transmission won the laurelsin 2

the recreational purchase and lands developmentof and facilities. Class "G." And remember, these records were established on money-saving regular 29

Chairman\ Clyde Me-and gas. Long famous for performance, ride and luxury, Buick now takes its place
Giants was to air this
other opinions and suggestion* among the economy leaders. Why not stop in today and drive Buicks just like the LBS

recreation of the committee conference at a In Tampa ones that scored these great records in the Mobil Economy Run Then ask us about

CM April It. the price. Buick economy just begins with gas mileage check all the extra value
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For a long time, both the features.
and the members of
chairmen - - - - - - - - - -
the National Affairs committee
have had the feeling, prob- SEE AND DRIVE THESE ECONOMY CHAMPS AT
ably shared by many a minister QdL
on occasion that they
were preaching to the wrong
people. As a means, therefore -
of really "spresding the STREATER BUICK Inc.
gospel" of free enterprise, the
group enthusiastically adoptedthe __ QUALITY, .MNrM.d"Nav.nv ISf
National Chamber's suggestion Lakeland: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. e -_"<_LW-V.
to conduct an abbreviated ... x'BIBCOUNTS.._ ), ."- ,-, ,- I
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_._---Lakeland Cancer Crusade StartedThe
',, Meat Policy For
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/t : 1964 April Cancer Cru. "If every family reads and (ident of Inter-Fraternity Council Hoenlcke, Sandra Hamlc Joanne May Day Feast
lade In Lakeland li now In follows the message in the leaf and Panhellenlc Council with Lindsay, Betty Loftin, Pat
progress Sherwood Smith the let brought into the home, we Miss Hazel Mason president; Penn. Fay Trolano. Charlotte VATICAN CITY CAP) The
Society' Crusade chairman for could say that one out of two Honor Society of Kathleen JunIor Walters Vatican announced Friday it
Lakeland, said with volunteers of those who develop cancer High; Jaycettes Jean Burt Other area chairmen are: has given the world's Roman '
calling on their neighbor with could be saved Much of the Carolyn Chestnut, Dorothy Ed- Mra. R. L. Thornton, Mrs Gerald
I... life-caving literature during the responsibility for loss of life munds Pat Engle, Rhoda Goldsmith Brown, Mrs. J. C. English Catholic bishops permission to
with abstinencefrom
month-long crusade. from cancer depends on the Ian Donna Dorman Nancy Jr., Mrs. Tom Avant, Mrs. dispense locally
The chairman stated that Special dividual-what action the Individual Shannon Anderson Mra. Florence meat on Friday May 1, I
Gift aolicitatlon la headed takes.It Is tragic that BartoW Students Levlnson Mra. K. C. the Communist May Day and
w by Ralph W Melton with theae only one of three who develop Crumpton. Mra. Ralph Odorn the religious feast day of St.
tub-chairmen: Dick Chamber cancer la saved when.. know To: Attend Boy's Mra. Eleanor Palmes. Joseph the Worker.
1 l lain Brooks Johns Morris R. that one out of two could be Mra. Sam Hankerson Is chair The Congregation of the Council
t Lunn, Clyde Martin, C. C. Sherj saved simply by the exercise of state Conference man of the Negro area's cru- which supervises pariah attain .
a i wood and Mrs Henry Wunder. proper precautions" Smith said. sade. said it granted the optionon
Lich Chairman of the Trades Organizations Listed BARTOWtDale Albritton and Smith said that many partsof request from many bishops.
wdsAsu t and Industry committee Is Ted Organizations participating In Tom Bar- the city will be covered by Catholics normally are not supposed .
Covlngton and Mrs Milton Clements Juniors at persons who called the Lakeland to eat meat on Fridays.
the residential crusade are: Pilot
Singer heads up the Independent' Club Mra. Roy S. Bell, tow High School, have been selected headquarters and volunteeredto Communist capital celebratethe
business chase of the crusade.Mrs. chairman Catholic Woman's to represent the school take part In the nelghbor-to- first day of May with public
Huretta Yarbrough is In Club Mrs; W. W. Baker chair at the annual Boys' State conference neighbor crusade. He added parades and speeches in honorof
of for '-12 In Tallahassee. volunteers needed labor. The Roman Catholic
charge City employe solid- man; Junior Woman's Club, set July that more are
j: tation for the society Mrs. Mary Ann Nosum chairman and anyone wishing to help In Church a decade ago began
Smith said the goal for lake ; Soros Club Mrs. J. 0. Albritton ion of Mr. and Mra. the crusade can call the Lake- honoring St. Joseph on the same
I land's share of the county goal Springer chairman; Businessand Isaac Albritton and Clements, land headquarters 120 W MainSt. day in his role as a laborer the
If : of,$30,000 has been set at $1I. OO. Professional Woman's Club son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 888-4758. carpenter of Nazareth
f The residential or neighbor. Darlene Thompson and Lucille Clements, were selected by the
I to-neighbor crusade, has been Thomas cochairmen; Altrusa faculty and students of the
I : set for April 19-25. A booklet, Club Mrs. Catherine Farrow, school which they will represent.'
"Answers to Questions that May chairman; Pionette Business and Albritton will be sponsored by F 'ET
Help Save Your Life," will be Professional W o m a n's Club, the Bartow Rotary Club and '
left at all homes In Lakeland Mrs Velma Lunch, chairman; Knowles Oglesby Post No. 3, School
during this educational and Florida Southern College with American Legion will sponsor ; i
IIi1i'f''IJ ", X -ralsing_crusade._ G. Floyd Zimmerman\ III. pres Clements. j ......


CANCER CRUSADE PLANNING-Ploimlrif the pert I" Lakeland's annual Cencer Cmode U be IOTGS.WI.DE

ployed by the Pilot and Anchor Clubs or., from the left, Tores Snopp of 132 ....1.. St., president DISCO .. .

the Anchor Club or LokolonJ Senior High School Borbora Myers, 1421 Loitf St., end Mr., Hewer .

Riley of 1421 Iog.wo or Itoch Drive, Pilot Club president-elect. (lodger Photo By Hutchiion) h .



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each dinner, forks, plod torts Ice teaspoons, soup, oyster forks and broils I.It'ot.d i I.
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Florida Southern LEDGER, Sunday, April II 7-B


Slate Concert Jaycees File Club's Charter .

AUBURNDALE Officers of'between the ages of 21 and 35.
itudent choirs of Florida
"Let
Thy Holy Presence" by the formed Auburndale club
Southern yet-to-be The will meet first and
College will be featured Tsche.
nokoff. "God So Loved
In Junior Chamber of Commerceare third Tuesday nights of each
a "Spring Choral Festival" the
of World" by Stalner and filing a charter for the or month, with Summers Restaurant -
sacred and secular music at "With vCONCERT
a Voice of Singing" by
ly ganization. as the designated meeting
1:15: p.m. Tuesday In the Brans-Shaw.
Newly elected president of the I place.
comb Auditorium I Both groups will Join in sing group, H. C. Widdon said the Other elected officers: Robert
The program Is a preliminary ing selections from two Broad some three dozen members have Brown, first vice-president; Don
highlight of the Lakeland area way hits. "My Fair Lady" and already been signed and that a Newbern, second vice president;
observance of National Music "Music Man" followed by "In goal of 40 appeared certain at Dick Brown secretary and Levlc
Week May 3-10. to be sponsored the Still of the Night" by Ponter Y week's end.Mt':1bel'lhlp. j Bentley, treasurer.
by the National Federation of "Open Your Heart toSpring" : in the organization Directors Include I Dwayne
Music Clubs. by Waring. 'Tonight"by sponsored by Winter Haven Glasscock, Johnny Newbern and
Mrs. Glenn A. Marshall of Sondheim Bernstein and Jaycees, Is open to all young Ronnie Brown. Brown also will
Lakeland state chairman said "Holiday" by Waring-Simeone. business and professional men serve as state director.
Florida Southern's participationin As a duet, Fred Larson of
the observance is being scheduled : Drexel Hill Pa., and Susan
early to avoid conflict with Stokes of Fulton Ky.. will sing
final examinations for students an ana from "La Boheme" by

Ne Charge Made Puccini. SCHIDULI& The ceixert slain .f FUfM Seutk.m Brenicemb Auditorium ei a preliminary to the Labeled' .... .1- JAMESU
In a solo feature Madame c..... wilt to .... ...... ..
No admlsion will be *l the teetered flrvM in a 'Sprint .c. Nerienel Muii Wick There will ke *' eeWiilencheree
chargedand Anne Roselle of the college faculty s .,
the public is invited it was a former Metropolitan I Choral' ...*.," to be presented er ':IS p.m. Tv.ed.y ,In the ...4 the public. h Invitee1. R

announced by Jack flouts di- 'Opera star will sing an aria Fashionable women have used
rector of the college choral from Verdi's "La Forza del
groups. Destine." cosmetics since antiquity. Archeologists TRADE UPTo
The concert choir will open the Following the concert the college excavating Roman TAX ASSESSOR
program with "Allelui" and"HOIana" will\ hold open house in Its ruins In Syria found Ivory boxes A Better Used Cor From One Of The Many Bargains Offered Daily In The ,
by Rozsa and 'Story white face ,
containing powder
new Marjorie M McKinley
of the Twelve" by Scott Music Building adjacent to the eyebrow pencils and tubes of LEDGER Classified Section. '7iefJ No Su6f if uf f or fxpefiencf'
A 'women's chorus will sing auditorium. perfume.

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
I Southern Displays WorkOf


11 Florida ArtistsThe


works of 11 artists of five, a woodcut by Robert Hodgell scouE GSo
Florida colleges are on public' both of Florida Presbyterian
display at Florida Southern College '.w
and "Spunky apptewood sculpture
by Constance Ortmayer of r
The exhibit may be seen today
and Sunday in the lobby of Rollins.
Braiucomb Auditorium. Beginning r
Monday it will be In the n
college library, open on weekdays Music Professor e
until 10 p.m.
The exhibit is sponsored by
the Associated Mid-Florida Colleges -Wins FSU Award u EROTNERS
In addition to Florida
Southern, It will be displayed at TALLAHASSEE (AP) Car-
the other member institutions- lisle Floyd 17-year-old piano
Florida Presbyterian College

Winter St. Petersburg Park; Stetson; Rollins University College, was and named music composition distinguished teacher professor , Bell & Howell deluxe home movie outfit

DeLand, and Bethune-Cookman of the year Saturday at Floe
College, Daytona Beach. ida State University for his opera -

Downing Barnltz and Russell Susannah. I compo at 270.30 sale 186.99
G. MacRae of Florida Southera's -' Susannah which won International .a" i tw "
art department each have
acclaim, received the New
oil in the
MacRae'a an painting is called exhibit."Silent York Music Critics Circle awardas alsFi.ttj A sensational value featuring the new model 31SPZ Bell Gr Howell cartrlcfge-

Street. and Barnitz's "Vatta-, the best new opera of 1956 I' load SmrrYjTiovje: ; camera, with full-time electric eye, 2-position fold-a-woy pistol
tion," a group of figures. I, and I later was 'performed grip; fire er-touch zoom lever, and reserve-power Indicator. Autolood projector has

r Other oils include "UsonlanRooftops" throughout the nation and at the t.-r. ( automatic threading, forward, reverse and still control; 400-ft, capacity reel
by Harvey W Lee Brussels World's Fair. t
Jr.. of Bethune-Cookman and COMPLETE OUTFIT INCLUDES
Floyd's selection for the
"Temple of the Masks" by Louis $500 e e New deluxe autoload loom movie camera All leather carrying cote a Autoload prelector\
Freund of Stetson. award was announced today at i Optl-Kleen glon cleaner Abbott and Coitello\ cartoon 48 page movie book. a Quick*
"Tarpon Springs" Is a water FSU's commencement. A teacher splice, tplicer. ,
color by Fred Messersmith of at FSU since 1947, he was i I rMau'
Stetson and "Study for a Woodcut" in Cameras
cited the award ceremony for i ,
is a work in tempera, ink t.
and chalk by Thomas Petersonof helping attract to the campus <; ( pp' ;. . ), ,
Rollins. newcomers in all fields of music .
Stoneware examples include A. I&. "'fn'I. .I$(: ] .HJ AI\!'. .. .. r"I
"Three-Sided Vase" by Eugene "\ 1t .
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Bunker of Stetson and "Weed Israel Is turning ancient ruins I't" :
Holder" by Jim Anderson of into living towns. The 10th cityin P v.
Rollins. 40 centuries Is riling at Arad II
Other entries Include "Dragon and a cooperative farm village
I of the Inner Deep" a lithographby adjoins the ruin. of En-gedi on
Jim Crane and "Suspended" the Dead Sea.
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rowing machine compare at 29.95 specially priced regularly 11.87 regularly 18.88

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firm muscles. Has automatic ,\! finished with weather liner with metal ring and, plastic
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favorite creams struction, with rubber cush*' activated by pedalling . with 2-pc pointed opy Is water repellent . diameter, 20-in. deep. ( I C.ft.

II 1.60 loned feet, and removable supports 400-Ibs; compact wood pole. Better get one for box bottom Is galvanized pool, 24-In. deep . regularly

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I II Tote bag . regularly 21.95 , , , sole! 16.95

I Benson's English candies yfa Hat box o'nite . regularly 27.95 , . sole! 19.25'1.I.r

regulorly 79c . Weekend . regulorly 27.95 . , 19,25'

59c 24" Jr Pullman . regularly 33.95 . . sole! 21.95
sale! 14-os. bog
27" Pullman . regularly 43.95 ? , sale! 28.95
extra special 1 from England' l'ndi"lduol-
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By DON EMERSON
City Airport! << DMsloa'
nrsi
THOUSANDS of people h,ve
flown at one time or anotherthe
fi"mou Piper J-3 Cub.
: In tact, for a long time Cub
1 WM synonymous with light'

Y plane for It
"t'W BROTHERS Model w"Jii'the "
Aviation. |
one seemed to!
be curious
about the des-|
Ignition "J"
and just accepted -'"
it asjj

something the]
m a n u facturerprellxedhls

!t r "!1 r model 1J and
20 obi : EMERSON
% 3 with because
rcg. price. it U customary to assign( letter .

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j AU of the early Piper air-
''' craft were designated by Walter .

Noritake China service for 8 y chief C.engineer Jamouneau and board who is member now-

: ;J .1 t t d. for Piper and the "J" is
a tribute to his remarkably
regularly 49' .95 ., h t tough little plane that made it
economically possible for the
average man to fly

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SALE! 39.95i
:. THE DAYS of the 1-3 are
long past although some are
still floating about the sky
'
\,, ways.

Fine translucent white china In your choice of nine lovely patterns! Complete : 1 Hangar rents in those days
averaged $10 a month, usual
42 piece service for 8 Includes: 8 each-dinner plates, salad plates, .ei ly m WW I surplus wooden!
r hangar that eventually burned
bread and butter plates, cups, saucers; 1 each-oval vegetable and 14" ? j down or rotted apart. Gas was
-0 -* y 30 cents a gallon and maintenance
platter. ,., was practically nil or
minimum.
e. Fairmont: Soft pink, blue and tan with platinum trim. / b }. Today the picture has as

b. Whitehall: Embossed white on white, with platinum trim. wide a gap as the tub and
P washboard to the pushbutton
c. Glenwood: Conventional border In turquoise, tan and pink, with platinum. \ ( \ washer-dryer. The sophisticated -
trim. mechanism of the modem
J aircraft call for a US.
d. Derry; Standard rim with just platinum trim. 'eM _),,4 Government licensed mechanic .

.. Mayfalr: Attractive blend of modem and traditional pattern on coupe "c re&.a, with technical skills unheard -
shape, with platinum trim. + of In any other trade.
v The plane U hangared in fire
f. Colony: Modem coupe shape, trimmed in platinum. I t resistant buildings and the operator

Crestmont: Soft grey wreath design on Inside border, with platinum trim.-., : e ;' to. w, is required servicing to have these thousandsof planes

h. Norwood: Soft blue, yellow and green, with platinum trim. '.:, j d, f h, .. (. dollars worth of insurance.
Special tools and equipment
|I. Rosay: Embossed white rose on coupe shape, with platinum trim. such as one Jack to raise a

Maas' China .' plane to check the landing
gear costs over $1.000. Even
with all these increased costs
In operation, you pay approximately
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;\ .. : ..,.; .' 90 cent an hour less
:tjo-P' :' : J than automotive or appliance
service for your plane maintenance
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all with 3-way lighting . : : ;;"" .! ', .: .:')t .
\r. ,' ., : r't The national hangar
average
g '\ ,. S , ", f.j .
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it la Avlatloit is $50
.6t.-1tLt jnaguine
floor
lamps w/simufafid rr t \ V
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?' month. At Lakeland Municipal
marble, or brass trays ttl .\ c!.. /.all over pint : r I. a Airport- the same plane
"" is hangared for $33 a month
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regularly 29.99 ; t "Rose d' Amour" and aviation gasoline and Jet

sale! 19.97 t fuel Is 2 cent less per gallon
!'t: S than the national average.
irregular percale sheets
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ONE OF THE big problems
(lamp In Fltmlih" antique finish' with k .,{
r is having to be selective in acquiring
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antique broil 15" tray, highlightedwith If perfect 3.98 tenants.Unfortunately.
fruitwood brtok. Whit silk .
b some peopleare
"'shod. tI sale! 1.99 sold an airplane that is
r about worn out, an idea thatit
I b. PROVINCIAL troy lamp with 1L will fly for little or nothing
cherubs In antique whit. and gold and "all you have to do is put
finish, and 15" simulated morbli to. ri 72 x 108" or twin bottom'i4' In gas and go". This leads to

bl.. Whit illk ihod' ,.. trouble, for should one of these
; _? # ',, 'f, 81x108 or full bottom, If perfect combinations\ get in your

*. MODERN troy lamp with simulated e ; ..; ; 4.98 . . . . . sole! 2.99 hangar they invariably borrow .
marble table, walnut shaft and bat*. 2 tool to perform mllntenance
Shade It silk ever vinyl.Maas' S .42x38" pillow case, if perfect. . work they are not qualified !

.k iv.' 1.25 ( to do, want your licensed
Lamps . . . . . sole 99C
mechanic to sign the log bookas
5 55 ft if he had done it and then
.v s Y'u Pink rose buds printed on snowy generally wind up as an accident

foldaway I b' c. e. .'se combed white percale, brings Spring statistic charged to your
% a< into your bedroom with this lovely score sheet, because they operated
out of your hangar.
Pacific !
table-tray e% print Aviation can only afford to
operate on the highest levelof
compore at 18.95 ethics, efficiency and strict
compliance with the Federal
+.6
sale! 9.97 Aviation Agency rules and regulations.

II Beautiful, practical tables . open ; \ $ _b ' our own Belleair * *

to 20" Might with touch of your fin. n "B" IS FOR Boeing, "D" is
fl., DeSigN of tan, yellow, red or : % Dacron pillows! for Douglas but when Benny
gray on 19x24" top. Howard submitted plans to
the FAA in Washington for
t" permission to build his first
; standard size 21x27
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regularly .
cabin monoplane it wa designated
{ rh
stak-nest \ 4 498, . . u. r sole 2 for 6.97 by him as the DGA-1,

twin-set tables ... when requested by the Agencyto
,? king size, 23x29, regularly be more explicit he had his

at 3000 f '5 6.98 . , " se1.12! for 7.97 engineers! print in each designation -
compare 5 "Damn Good Airplane
-1*' and that's the way the
sale! 14.97 w Both plump pillows filled to DuPont's drawings on file read today.

ti specifications for DocronQ, Its poly
SET OF TWO v ester fibervlll not retain odors! About n per cent of the
Cyprus population of 590,000 are
17'W high, IJViaWV tops In Covered with white polished cotton. Greek in language culture and
patttl decoration on whit with gold. religion. Eighteen per cent are
Many one.of-a.kind to choc from Turkish. Neither group has
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choice of three quality groups . all at special savings for this great sale! I YOUR CHOICE OF GROUPS formtrly49.50
Durable, weather-resistant redwood, with cotton filled pads covered In
mildew-resistant green duck. sale! 33.00 twin or full sire

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tettee, two
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1..14--- .124- -III..- -..-- padding6x9'
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DON EMERSONCity
Airport DhrUloa
THOUSANDS of people h*.ve
flown at one time or anotherthe
famous Piper J-3 Cub.
rot. In fact for a long time Cub
was synonymous with light-
plane for '

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20 % Oil ;" 3 with becauseIt
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.n ters.All of the early Piper air
r craft were designated by Walter

Noritake China service for 8! : :: (, ( y chief C.engineer Jamouneau and board who it member now

: for Piper and the "J" is
a tribute to hit remarkably
regularly 49.95 :W. s j tough little pla.,e that made It
"+": economically possible for the

SALE! 39.95t: E L average man* to* fly.*

\ a. jy long THE past DAYS although of the some J-3 are are

.r still floating about the skywtys. .
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Fine translucent white china In your choice of nine lovely patterns! Complete I' 's1 r + Hangar rents In those days
averaged $10 a month, usual
42 piece service for 8 Includes: 8 each-dinner plates, salad plates, I. .+, ly a WW I surplus wooden
.. + hangar that eventually burned
bread and butter plates, cups, saucers; 1 each-oval I vegetable and 14" DP down or rotted apart. Gas was
"w 30 cents a gallon and maintenance
plotter "' was practically nil or
minimum.

e. Fairmont: Soft pink, blue end tan with platinum trim.b. ''t4 b' 9. t, f, Today the picture has as

Whitehall: Embossed white on white, with platinum trim. 0 wide a gap as the tub and
washboard to the pushbutton
e. Glenwood: Conventional border In turquoise, ton and pink, with platinumtrim. washer-dryer. The tophiitl-
cated mechanism of the mod
ern aircraft calls for a U.S.
d. Derry: Standard rim with just platinum trim. Government licensed mechanic

.. Moyfolr: Attractive blend of modem and traditional pattern on coup . with technical skills\ unheard -
shape, with platinum trim of In any other trade.
t The plane U hangared in fire
f, Colony: Modem coupe shape, trimmed In platinum. resistant buildings and the operator
t servicing these planes
g. Crestmont: Soft grey wreath design on Inside border, with platinum trim.h. + 4 is required to have thousandsof

Norwood: Soft blue, yellow and green, with platinum trim. 't < d, hr e. I.I. I. dollars worth of insurance.
Special tools and equipment
|I. Embossed white rosa on shape with platinum trim.
Rosay: coupe such as one jack to raise a
Mats' China plane to check the landing
gear costs over $1,000. Even
with all these Increased costs

In operation;, you pay approximately
.I. 50 cents an hour less
';.1'. ' t, ; than automotive or appliance
: : service for your plane mainte

JI\ all with 3-way lighting . +# ,''', or, I ,." 71' nance..
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magazine '
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floor lamps w/simufof 4 ... .
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marble or brass trays I !,,."1. ,. .over prlntrrFi ,,. .,. Airport the same plane
is htngtred for $35 a month
regularly 29.99 { A$ I t P . "Rose d' Amour" and aviation gasoline and Jet'
+ fuel is 2 cents less per gallon
sale! 19.97
l than the national tverage.
it t irregular percale sheetsIf * *
.. TRADITIONAL candlestick troy
ONE OF THE big problemsIs
lomp In Flimlih/ antique flnlih, with t
having to be selective In acquiring
antique brou 15" tray, highlighted 'tr w perfect 3.98 tenants.Unfortunately.
with frultwood break. Whit silk
some peopleare
shade. t sale! 1.99 sold an airplane that Is
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; b. PROVINCIAL tray tamp with .tk < will fly for little or nothingand
I cherubs In antique white and gold "all you have to do Is put
fmlih, and 15" simulated marble to. r, r f 72 x 108" or twin bottom in gas and go". This leads to
bl.. White! silk ahodl.c. ._ : f
-- trouble, for should one of these
s4 " s 81x108 t or full bottom, If I perfect
combinations in
get your
MODERN tray lamp with ilmulattdmarbti ; r'L ; ;r i 4.98 . . . . . . . sole! 2.99 hangar they Invariably borrow -
table, walnut ihaft and Dose tools to perform maintenance -
Shad Is silk aver vinyl. __ 42x38" pillow case, If perfect. . work they are not qual-

Mats' Lamps hs 1'f+ 1.25 . . . . . . sale 99c ified to do, want your licensed
mechanic to sign the log bookas
if he had done It and then
r ' a Pink, rose buds printed on snowy generally wind up as an acci-
i foldaway b. c. .. ; .\ r4 ,,,, +1jN combed white percale, brings Spring dent statistic charged to your

I, A Into your bedroom with this lovely score sheet because they op
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Pacific !
table-tray print
0 Aviation can onfy afford to
operate on the highest levelof
compare at 18.95 ethics, efficiency and strict

compliance with the Federal
sale! 9.97Beautiful Aviation Agency rules and regulations.

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practical tablet . open i our own Belleair * *
to 20" height with touch of your fin. > '[1 "B" IS FOR Boeing, "D" Is
fler. Designs of ton, yellow, red or Dacron pillows! for Douglas but when Benny
gray, on 19x24" top. 1 Howard submitted plans to
\ the FAA in Washington for
\s permission to build his first
standard size 21x27 t
regularly
stak-nest cabin monoplane it was designated
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: i 4.98 . . . . . sole! 2 for 6.97 by him as the DGA-1.

t twin-set tables c ;1 a \ when requested by the Agency
king size, 23x29, regularly to be more explicit he had his

compare at 30,00 i 6.98 . . . . . sole! 2 for 7.97 engineers nation, "Damn print Good in each Airplane1" desig-

and that's the way the
sale! 14.97 Both plump pillows filled to DuPont'i drawings on file read today.

specifications for Docrorr
Its'poly.
I SET OF TWO ..'i.-: .';.' .-:1. a ester fiber . will not retain odors! About 78 per cent of the
t 171V _- :," Covered with white Cyprus population of 590,000 are
I high, ISVtxlSlV! tops In : polished cotton. and
Greek in culture
language
''I postal decoration on white with gold. : : :
: religion. Eighteen per cent are
t Many one-oNa-klnd to choose from -r Turkish. Neither group has
,I i h quantities are limited. changed its language or customs
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Durable, weather-resistont redwood, with cotton filled pods covered In
Sale 33.00 twin' or full sis/ *
mildew-resistant green duck.

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(Include 48* round umbrella tobl., thrtt curved benches, chain loungt)
borders, Insulo cushions to shield the springs, and heavy, dur

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m.fft kwludi.e i e.' p.d/i.e" ..:== *.._..= I44*==== == rags
sale 9.30 sq..7 I.lt.tan.. 1547 11.17n.55 I..54 $.11 41 M 21- -..1- foam padding6x9'

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batik, souffle-be.ge. or dutchess blue. --11I"- CI II.sr
russet, pecan, dove-beige, 31125 sale! 44.88
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J! : An old fovont that bubble bathct
1 ;r 1y A supply of fragrant
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.Y-' ,Kt}? dusting powder In pretty dressing wonderful relaxation Unbreakable
with, deluxe fluffy .
table container plastic bottl. In decorator colon of
doubt side tombswool puff In
pink, green, lilac or gold
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specially priced
regularly I 1.49 q ;411 L.
Kale! 5 boxes $1
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Ambassador R 4 t lea c... . . . . . . ISuperior ."

Deluxe Hair Dryer Alorg.15borbolCOfsmootht.. >a *; f1t quality, 2-ply facial tluue .
tured, free lathering soap mod In decorator box. Your choice ofF
to extra mild with cosmetic, type lono- +" white, pink, blue, yellow, green or
regularly 1695 :r lln A tuperfln quality product. lilac'

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Our exclusive hair dryer month !
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over-the-counter replacement srhdaiIrypnS tl tlWe due '' .w specially priced
to defective material or p .
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shoulder and perfume wick. Complete
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plastic vanity case!
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travel garment bags Brush and cloth set. . . 1.50
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I - -- 12-B LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April 11. 1061X5,200

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To Continue Cancer ResearchA I


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college laboratory here Is
one of the countless places !< x
around the world where the
fight against cancer Is progressing r .
slowly but surely
The A. P. Cooke Memorial +
Cancer Laboratory at Florida
prrCENT
southern College has just been
awarded a $5,200 grant by the
Damon Runyon Fund. +trf
The latest gift makes a total
of $81.535 the Damon Runyon
Fund has given the college for
cancer research according to
Dr Charles T Thrift Jr., president

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It is earmarked for a proJect
being conducted by Dr.
Boris Sokoloff a physician and
director of the laboratory who
has specialized in cancer re
search for many years.
The current investigation he
: laid concerns the possible immunization
CH therapy against advanced
C cancer In animals.The
CELL so-called lipid fractions extracted 1
from cancerous growthare
Pries Effectln App 20.21.22 used to Immunize afflicted aw A .
LAKELAND STORES ONLY animals. t
A preliminary report on his y j4
1010 E. ROSE ST. findings was presented this ,
month In Chicago at the annual
813 S. FLORIDA meeting of American Association
for Cancer Research.
GUiltily Rights Reienreo1 The laboratory at Florida
Southern was initiated by Flor
ida newspapermen as a me- RESULTS CHICKED-Dr. Eerie Sekeleif.. center reteerch ipe.
morial to A. P. Cooke, editor ,cioliit ft Florida Souther Cell..., chicks the roitittt of lilt I...*
I and publisher of the Plant City fists of p.s.lbl..atl-ca.c.r .|...... The cell..... A. P. Cooke I
Courier who died of cancer Memonel Cancer laboratory 1105 |lust received another great from
) 10 years ago. Damon Runyon the Damon Rvnyen Fund to help fight the killer diteeie.
for whom the national fund Js
named was also a newspaper.
man and a victim of cancer.In Street Widening Work
the tedious serach for I
anticancer
24 oz. SizeLimit ; agents Dr. Sokoloff Begins In Winter HavenAUBURNDALE
: and his staff have investigatedmore
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Two With than 100 plants and Ai the city right-of-way for Highway SW!>>
molds mostly of Florida ori widen traveled I renovation from the
moves to mam- program
i $3 or More Order gin.To throughways and prepares for,Ford Corner around Lake Ari-
date they have found start of the western leg of Old I ana has been secured through
SAVE 16c two molds which apparently I condemnation action.
Dixie re-route project, two ma-
produce active aoti-cancer fac Jon street projects are in full The easements have been
tors. They are now under ex- swing downtown. I turned over to the State Road
9 tensive testing In various can. City crews are widening How I Department, which has the next
SAVE 13e SILVER FIOSSSauerkraut. cer Institutions. ard and Orange Streets to speed move. The project has a top
Also the flowers of three the flow of traffic in the vicinity priority rating; a year ago it
plants have been found to contain of Peoples Bank and at was designated as a "must"
chemical substances the same time are removing project by John Phillips road
which Inhibit malignant growthin palms and other trees from the board chairman and Warren
SAVE 4c ROYAL FRUIT FLAVORED animals to some degree. Pilaklakaha Avenue nght-of' Casson board member for this
Dr. Sokoloff believes that a way before the widening of that district.
virus or perhaps many virus key roadway as part of the The trees and shrubbery are
Gelatin. es,play an etiologic role In the Dixie re-route. being removed from the Pilak
development of cancer growth.He Contract for the Old Dixie lakaha .parkways to permit a
SAVE 5c DIXIE DARLINGDinner has observed that agents project is to be let! followingbid widening project. It Is plannedto
which have an inhibiting effecton opening on April 28. Actual pave a 48-foot roadway over
cancerous growth also have construction is set to begin in the entire stretch thus per.
a similar influence on certain about a month. mitting four lanes of traffic,
viruses. His current invests! announced.
Surfacing To Start city officials
gallon is based on this theory.
SAVE 13c DIXIE DARLING HONEY Russian born. Dr. Sokoloff Contractors have completed
came to the United States in Installation of base material on DIPLOMA BEFORE LICENSE?
Wheat J ; 1922 at the invitation of the the eastern leg of that project BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) -
Rockefeller Institute for Medical from the Ford Corner eastward Here's a proposal which probably
Research. He has been at past the Citrus Bowl Stadium to will meet the approval of
Florida Southern since 1947. rejoin the Old Dixie near Dairy parents but vociferous opposition .
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by writing, and has more pected shortly. Withhold drivers licenses from
DEEP SOUTH than 20 books. Including several The western sector will travel teenagers until they graduate
novels and scores of pap. Pilaklakaha westward to Rams- from high school.
1 ;; ers on medical and scientific gate near the Seaboard tracks The Idea was advanced by
PEANUTBUTTER subjects to his credit. and will then parallel the tracksto Birmingham Insurance man
Assisting him In the laboratory join the Old Dixie just east LIston A. Corcoran as a panel
at present are two Japanese of the Auburndale Lumber Co. member at a meeting! of the
physicians. Dr. Yoshl- Installation.The Alabama School Board Associ
I haru Toda and Dr Michiteru work is done under a ation. He blamed automobilesas
I Hors and a chemist, Dr. Yo- state secondary fund allocation, a key reason for school drop-
I shilchi .Takeuchl. Also In the past week the outs.
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THI GRIFFINS CHILDREN t GRANDCHILDREN WON Herrn Kerhryn Hemt. Franco
\ Griffin Lenre Crete Aleiene'er, ten Hill John David Altien4er I beck row) Ben Hill 'III.
HerrleH Horns with Frence>, LIMY Anne Treurmen with Cynthra If**, S.roh Jane Aleieneerwith .
Nencv Anne, Frencle Gut Cm.

1 YES, liE KNOWS FIRST HAM

r e The seed for fobs-steady ones-to that movths may b. filled at meal-

time, and proper clothing and shelter provided.The ..

'' \ : S need for feed schools' 'and teachers to prepare our offspring for
full lives.

C The need fir sets roods and highways to h.lp keep our families together
and happy.
GOLDEN KORN OilMargarine
S The need for healthy conditions !la which to live and rear nor children.

o And, of course, the need for baby-sitters (preferably free) to give ,.r.
eats and children a chance to get away from each other once In a

NBC Ritt while.

Crackers16oi. As a successful businessman . as your State Representative for 8 years
i 'I .' AND as a grandfather . Ben Hill Griffin has helped meet oil these

P.,..; 41 16 et.Pkg.. needs.

With BEN HILL GRIFFIN as YOUR STATE SENATOR you know your best
I CRACKIN' GOOD interests will ba preserved and protected at all times.


Creme :: Elect BEN HILL GRIFFIN State SenatorI

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Beckwith r For OPEN SUNDAY! 12 NOON TO 7 PM.a I IIi


JACKSON. MUa. (AP)-tTae
second murder trial of Byron
'De La Beckwith a dedicated
segregationist accused of killing
"the general" of the Mlaaisslpp
Integration movement ended
Friday with a hung Jury.
Circuit Judge Leon Hendrick 1
ordered a mistrial and set Beck-
with'i bond at 110,000. i
Beckwith, a Greenwood. Misa. .,;

goo of fertilizer being integration the salesman sniper leader who U ahot accused Medgei N- CARLOADS AND, i CARLOADS, .i,

Even in the back last June 12. guauTY&/
The crime Inflamed racial Joj ojt
tensions in this Southern state :

and The shocked all-white the Jury nation.reported Itself n DISCO uRt yr', F ..

10 hours hopelessly of deliberation deadlocked after and TOP NAME BRAND i it AIR

many ballots. The vote was f
eight to four for acquittal.'The
first trial ended Feb. 7 with the '
Jury divided, six to six I
CONDITIONERS 0 I I j 1
Uncertain About Third TrialIt PURCHASED ,)

was not certain whether a 1l
there would be a third trial. 1 ..
Dial. Atty. William Waller said : .

would it was prosecute not definite the the case state further ,I II

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"I don't lee any way we !
could ever put on a better cage:
than we did at this time." he 1
aaid. S
,Hardy Lett. Beckwith's chief I ee
attorney said the defense would
decide later whether to press

for The another case, because trial. It ended Ina ., s. NOW! DELUXE AIR CONDITIONING EVERT
mistrial wiU come up at the ' ROME CAM USE! EVERY fAMILY CAN AffORDI40008.1.U.8!
May term of Circuit Court. It
ls not likely to be tried then
f q since the May term normally Is
limited to civil! cases. J
The Jurors deliberated seven ._
" hours Thursday and another
three Friday before Judge Hen- ..
> drick called them Into the courtroom r ROOM SIZE AIR CONDITIONER
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[reaching the Remains the with Judge a replies verdict.this UnperturbedAll declared were comment negativeand a:mistrial "1 b : II S 0 Q I


have never been In favor of I
forcing a verdict- wearingout \ r ,

Beckwith 12 men such appeared as you."unperturbed _

-in contrast to the first ,
trial when he seemed stunned I
at the fail.,** of the Jury to acquit ONE OF \ I
him. gas AMERICA'STOP
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DessertContest il"'"-. BRANDS a
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ScheduledWINTER ? New thin (line design with automatic thermo

stat. Cools up to 225 square feet. AH new "t'
HAVEN-You won't
and NEMA RATED. W. stock .
need color television to enjoy it in crates
, but it's gonna be "orange. what we advertise and have plenty of these
orange" over six FlorIda "
orange SLASHED '
urday television and Sunday.stations next Sat pRfCK units on hand. 'I

The occasion? The Grand NO DEALERS PLEASEf .1 ,
Championship Finals of the All- /
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Florida Orange Dessert Contestto I
be staged In Winter Haven
Thursday and Friday and VERY FAMOUS BRAND! GUARANTEED COMFORT
taped for weekend showing In :

history"the greatest of the contest"coverage accord In the AIR CONDITIONERS 0 AIR CONDITIONERS 1

ing to the Florida Citrus Com
mission. 8300 B.T.U.'SWashobU 1.4,000 B.T.U.'SS
The half-hour show sponsored

by Super the Markets commission will and be Publix taped filters.Thermostat control! year warranty covers entire unit for I year; covert i

Friday In Non Mayo Hall, Ventilation control. Rust resistant cabinet! the sealed system for an additional y.arsl! Quiet!
when 12 finalists compete for Washable All welded
Powerful! filttrsi 0 I
the more Stations than $10,000 Lifted m prizes e All w.ld.d chassis. 5 year warranty. HO MONEY DOWN! chassis! 0 Thermottcontrol. Rust resistant

cabinet!
editor of the
Betty Vance food
Tampa Times, and Andy Wilson, CHARGE-IT!
weather-caster for WFTV Orlando
will handle the oral .
chores for the orange ahow. ......
Contest director Walter J $1 $ .1"I
Page, listed the stations carrying
the program u follows: Sat
urday. WEAR Pensacola
10:30 to 11 p.m. (CST: Sunday
-WLBW, Miami, 1:30-2 p.m.;
WFTV Orlando, 4:30-5 p.m.;
WFLA-TV, Tampa, 5-5:30: p.m.
and WJXT Jacksonville, 5-5.30 I
pm. :
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WTWB.In addition Auburndale-Winter, radio station Ha I

yen will carry more than two
hours of the contest Uve. ,-/ ONLY $2.25 per wool NEMA RATED. S ONLY |I,IS per ..... NEMA RATED. ?
More than J.JOO contestants.
entered the contest in Januaryand -
February after which the. VERY FAMOUS IRANO! VERFFAMcUslPJIIDI- VERY FAMOUS IRANO!
field was narrowed to 12 finalists I
who will compete Thursdayand B.T.U.'SAIR B.T.U.'SAIR B.T.U.'S
25,000 30,000 I
Friday. IIUJTT Whol'l In c name? When tko nom It abroad 20,000
Contest Is sponsored by the yen. Snow end trutt it's lynonytnevi with
commission in cooperation with Q.ayle CONDITIONER CONDITIONER AIR CONDITIONER
Morida Power and Light Co.;
Florida Power Corp.: Tampa. BmCI I/ kerned eleehicion eon be arranged
Electric; and Gulf Power Company for eipert inttoltation through ony vail or window *
including 220 wiring, if iwcouory.tUICTlOl $
General Electric Co.. Jacksonville
is also a cooperator. As OM of the nations loading appliance
"colon, with SO stars from Mama to Fldrida, J.M.
fold effort you the widest selection of trend Nama $258. 298'N. 318

Refugees Flee appliance onywRere.

e PIKE Tko lowort In towfll! Wo GUARANTEE TO
Cuba Aboard SEAT 07 eeWt ed price M comparable merchondtt.1tUIIT !

AfTangoa1 the spot! N. money down if
Greek FreighterMIAMI you the, with! many month to pay en eaiy credit
term.Have the comfort you want NOW) No Money Dowel Only' $3.25 per week. .Money Dow,,'Only$3.50 per week. N./ Money Dawn. On/y $440 par week
(AP) Three they linillllUn A* one of Amerka'i loading retail ayaWe M.",,,,,. Payable Mtnthhf., ayaoJo Monthly'
Cuban said today
refugees
escaped: from their Communist eurtoh.wo tend behind: ..,.,, purchase! Wo ,,11.ltat All crated MW models with tldeut chasm, NEMA RATED.Cool up t*1750 to,ft. Hot NEMA RATED.Cool yp to 2000 *a;. ft.
country 'by stowing away on a wo odverttM and wo guarantee what wo toll! Mult-pood fan. NEMA RATED. Cool up Multi-Spood fan and automatic thermeitat, Multi-Spood. fan, automatic" tkormaitat,
Greek freighter."We S AX prices'.O.'.JMJM' Service' optl..1.J to 1500 la,. ft. Automatic" / thermottat." .l/eI./ -... chaiiii. All sew U, cr,'". itidoet ckoul All new 'In cr.'".
hope to return soon u
part of an Invasion force to liberate -
the captive island," said LAKELAND U.S. 92 East QuAUeee.re S D SCOUe"TN
at Rose Ste *
Botano Fernandez, 28, "s
Enrique Q I
chemical worker. I etc.I: ,_......4 sehsERY ,u.rn.4
a plant O'EN DAILY 10
The three all from Havana A.M to 10 P.M.-SUNDAY Noon to 7 PM. ALWAYS EV AY.

said they were put off the
"North Queen" when It reached
Chlmhote. Peru. They remained
in Peru 68 days, and arrived in
Miami Friday by plane.



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I "'" '( \Ii. J ..-.- -A seven-foot model of the USS Air Force will remain at the
I" t .r Harry S. Truman Library until
: Missouri, on which the Japanese -
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:>\ ,' w: 1943, was unveiled Friday for City Museum on May S.
'- former President Harry S. Tru firsts spent three years
By Alice Hunt SokoloM the last few measures of It the man. building the model which has
Scenes from Russian Opera night before he was taken to a The model was bunt In Japan tiny motors to control the gua
Sung by Feodor Cballapln. the hospital where he died four by Yoshio Hirata, 87, a hobby turrets and searchlights.
Angel Colo IN. days later, The viola concertowas shop Instructor at the U.S. Air r
For who heard also on his bed that same Force base a. Itazuke.. It was Wild chimpanzees make In-
one ever
him in any the role, Chaliapin night He had written to Prim- presented to the Kansas City genious drinking utensils from
weeks earlier Your f r+ leaves. Some chimps even use
was Boris Godounov end to this rose two ; rt Museum last week by the Ja
Viola Concerto Is ready In 1'e pan-American Society. leaves as napkins.
listener, at least, all other Go- '
dounovs oats by comparison. draft, so that only the score ,. .. .
Chaliapin was has to be written, which meansa 4
purely mechanical work, so
enormously as Impressive a to speak. If nothing happens 1 I -r a ? Ruin Semite enter

man. Over six can be through in 5 or 6 weeks." 0.. ...,....,.....AI,_c.....
feet tall, with a : But something did happen and N-{-"-
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ance was only the smallest part devotion.
of what he brought to a role. Thus in the completed work, __., r -
He had a voice of overwhelm we have a divided responsible 12 NOON UNTIL 7 P.M.

ing beauty and richness, a voice ty and it is hard to Judge bow LAKELAND BAND AT THI CAPITOL-Tkt Le..I.". Smor part In the Chary Blo..om F.. lvl. I* the ctnttr I I.. front or. U. S.

that 'spoke' in every mood, closely produce Serly the composer's was able to intentlons re-. Higk School Bond press on the ..... .,th. Cooifel with |h* chap S... S,....,. L. HoltoH** of ..rtow and U. S. a.,. J._ A.:'HoloyMIM .
every But this nuance was, every still not breath.all The. concerto is not one who occomoonl"*' Hi* fcoRO1 ON it* frlo lo WutiliKt** to bile .f S.,...... who ........*"t Polk County IN the C."I......

of Chaliapin's genius.I He of Bartok's most effective. '

he was was a supreme the perfect actor.forerunnerof In a sense had One already feels fallen as though and the a composer veil-I Bids Are Asked For Auburndale School Additions Adulterer To Pay TUBELES5NYLONS

what is called the 'method' was not In touch with the
school of acting, or at least beseemed full force of his strong originality -, AU URNDALE-The County ordered an appraisal of properties class at Lena Vista School, as For Two DivorcesLONDON
so, for he entered intoa and power. And how School Board has requested lying between Junior and well as four classrooms a II.
role with such totality that he could we have been? Primrose bids for two additions to Au- Senior High campuses. Plans brary and an office suite at the CAP) Ernest A.
made It truly his. describes the work as 'a sensitive burndale area schools, as partof call for buying those lands to Brkigers Avenue School. Wedding was granted a divorce :
On this record, Angel has and inspired work. In the 1964 construction program round out the school complex The county school system has Friday because of his wife's
gathered the great Boris ex any event, it is a part of the which also Include. the"new long considered obtaining the adultery with Walter Day. -
cerpts, the famous solos that I tragic story of Bela Bartok. 1- Bids are set for a May 13 Citrus Bowl Stadium and other properties lying between Junior I The judge also gave a divorceto
comprise the greater part lof GYula David, a young Hungarian opening The two projects are athletic facilities and Senior High and the appraisal Mrs. Day for her husband's
the role of Boris. Some of them composer contributes a)expected to be completed by Plans call for construction of was ordered so that funds adultery with Mrs. Wedding.
were recorded in the studio lot very rewarding or interestIng tall four regular classrooms and an for the purchase can be put in Day was ordered to pay the
others in actual performance at i concerto for viola. At the same time, the board area for exceptional children's next year's budget. costs of both divorces.

very Covent interesting Garden. Included examples are of ANY CARRIpARDlKl

other roles from Russian opera _
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for which Chaliapin was famous L
: Glinka's Russian and Th1rm Of JIZI jr lliTtD JUQW
Ludmilla, Borodin's! Prince Igor, 9
Dargomizksky's Rusalka Rim-
sky-Korsakov's Sadko. Although ONE LOW
all these recordings were made
long before the much-vaunted
advances in recording techniques
that we enjoy today, k 9
that warm, wonderful, glowing PRICE!
sound has lost none of its ma-
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power
comes through in a way that -and every piece is L ..._-
brings to life the words that H.
E. Krehblel wrote about one of priced for exceptional value! .
his performances of Boris at ; ,
the Metropolitan."Last .

night nobility of acting tJ
was paired with a beautiful nobility
of voice and vocal style
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the greatness of his Impersonation -
of the character of Boris
was made plain. It was heartbreaking -
in its pathos, terriblein r.
Its vehemence and agony." pf
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tuesday Music Club To Be Feted ,

SlatedThe r f" '.i.; S
At A CoffeeMrs. X '1. v
final board meeting of ,, J i .
Blanche M. Work, Polk I ,
he Tuesday Music Club year4vill 5i
County supervisor of registration :: _
be held
Tuesday at 10
and a candidate for election _
:&.m. at the clubhouse. to that office will be honored .

3 Mrs. Thomas E. Blount, at a coffee Tuesday

president, will conduct the morning from 8 until 10 t
3neetlng at which time Issues o'clock at the community room
hand plans for the coming year of the downtown First Federal Nt
:jvill be considered, she said. Savings and Loan Association, : ;

|KewIy amended by-laws will corner Orange Street and. Ten .,.
Hie discussed and explained. nessee Avenue. ,..
All supporters of Mrs. Work 9 t tt xa ,'tiro.
are Invited. h
Hostesses will be Mrs. Jennings 1

Bryant, Mrs. John W, M
Slayton, Mrs. Roy Bell, Mrs. ,
Sanford Marks Mrs. Albert let
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Mrs. W. D. Roberts and Mrs.A. Y
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EFFICIENT SECRETARY usually looks the part. Both she and her desk have a neat DISORGANIZED AND DISINTERESTED this secretary Is on a daylong coffee break

set ,Q e polished look. Her desk looks like a slum.

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NEW YORK-All you bosses said one secretary, "la disorganization she should know some of the secretary but sometimes I believe among workers that used to manners, attitude, attractiveness -

who have learned to lean on If the boss is disorganized pressures her boss must live she la deliberately un- be strung through the day. loyalty to her boss and
re punctual. She is always late When the girls return after to her company, accuracy a
.your secretaries for life-giving everything else is with to last through the day.
in the morning not more the coffee break they act more pleasant voice, proficiency at
f' aid will be to be in the air too and it takes If both realize the difficulties
jarred reminded up they than fifteen or twenty minutes like( they are there to work detail flexibility, poise general .
P (I IM toVIA that until the type twice as long to get things of the other's job they -but just late enough to irk and they really buckle down neatness and the ability
writer was invented women done. It is generally the secretary will have greater tolerance in someone who must get going until closing time" to accept responsibility.And .
*r A complete service In one purchase . all the basic place had no place in the business who has to stay late to their day "to day working re early in the morning to stay Then we interviewed someone what must the boss be?
settings and serving pieces you need for most oecsslons. Plus office. Royal McBee, the bring order to things, especially lationship. on top of things for the rest who has sat on both sidesof A perfect gentleman or lady,
chest.Yours to own now... enjoy forever at these substantial world's largest typewriter if the boas is one of those Manners Are ImportantAnd of the day." More than one the desk. Stella Willis.. have intelligence combinedwith
savings depending on your pattern choice s maker, now celebrating the who can't organize himself to the bosses? . they man listed "lateness" as the one-time world champion a thorough knowledge of
60th Anniversary of the birthof dictate" until nearly closing were pretty consistent on one cardinal secretarial sin. speed- typist (she once typed the job, good organization, conIideration
INTERNATIONALSTERUNG the Royal typewriter re time point. "Manners are important "How do you feel about the 264 words a minute) and now for those around
minds us of this as well as "I'm constantly Insulted by They are part of ap coffee break?" we asked, and Royal's director of education, him good manners one who
the fact that April 19 to 25, Is the way my boss repeats in. pearance," said more than were startled at the great respect says a secretary should be "a briefs his secretary properly
SAVE $6500 SAVE $6500In National Secretaries Week structions. You'd think 1 was one boss. "Attitude is an ally bosses had for It. One follow-up step" of her boss. and most important of all one
It doesn't come naturally to an Idiot" mourns another girl of manners and any boss of them said the coffee break "She should be," said Miss who occasionally says "That's
Anaellque, Joan of Are PIns be either a perfect secretaryor whose boss doesn't seem to looks for a secretary with a had actually added hours to Willins "almost a continua great Susie, we never wor>.i
Spny I. RhaptOdy, Swat Luke, a perfect boss; it is some trust her to close a door prop proper attitude toward her office efficiency. tion of him. Able to developan have made the deadline with-
Srlrer aldkdyPrdludaWddRmeRose $350.00 COMPLETE thing that must be worked at erly. job." Ready To Buckle Down intelligent continuity in the out you."

$310. 0 COMPLETE ..... on a full time schedule. Here' "It Is a give and take situation "What irks you most about "For some reason, Incomprehensible job and relate each area of That occasional pat on the
nio 37500 la "q I '41500 a list of things secretariesand ," aays the wisest secretary your secretary?" we asked a to a mere man activity to another." back will do more to Insure
.a =ael.ds' r.da.l T. bosses find in each other we Interviewed. '"The man we thought was brave the formal break for coffeeor What's Important? good working conditions for
1\ FNB.PBM-30 Day Charge Layaway Budget Payment good and bad. boss should learn to know the enough to answer. He didn't a Coke has eliminated those A summary of what makesa both a secretary and her boss,
"The most awful scourge," problems of his secretary and let us down. "I have a fine Interminable office I chats good secretary includes than a raise . maybe.


Junior Welfare League Auburndale Woman's Club Lime Street Camp Fire .1


''i l Coffee Slated April 30 Sets Officer Installation Group To Have LuncheonInvitations

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are being mailed Cline and Mrs lanier Upshaw AUBURNDALE-The annual ords. The guest book will be WI Ish Te Camp Fire Girlsof John Hernandez, and Mrs. .
this week (or the annual Junior assisting her. reports meeting and Installation presided over by Mrs. Paul Lime Street School will Lonnie Thomas.
of officers of the Woman's Jones. have a luncheon Saturday in Lozawa Camp Fire Girls of
Welfare League BargainBox Floral arrangements will be
Club of Auburndale will be Musical ProgramA the home of Mrs. John L. Can Lime Street School, whose
NICODEMUSJEWELIlY Coffee. The coffee will be done by Mrs John R. Wright. Thursday at 2 p.m. at the club- musical program will be non who will be assisted by guardian is Mrs. Ray Delk
; 'held at the home of Mrs. John Miss Minnie Skipper will serveas house. presented by Mrs. J. Brooks Mrs. Raymond Burks.. The will meet at the home of Mrs
T. Welch l 2204 Newport. chairman of the refreshment Officers to be Installed are Harley pianist and Mrs. following girls will be hostesses Jim Young Tuesday afternoon.
CO. Thursday April 30, from 10:30a committee.The as follows: Mrs. Harry A. Wyatt J. Godfrey, vocalist, and they will prepare They will have a ceremonialfor
luxurious Surrounding Friendly/ Service .m. until 12:30 p.m. purpose of the event Is Thorp president; Mrs. Nor both of whom are board num and serve other members of Anne Barrett, who will receive
Sustaining members of the to provide items for sale at man A. Ruston and Mrs. 0. bers. Mrs. Clarence E. Williams the group who will be guests: her Wood Gatherer's
Open Every Day 9.5:30: Fri. Nites 'Til 9 League are sponsoring the the League's Bargain Box located
R. Godfrey, vice presidents: will be guest vocalist. Lynda Lee Busts Nancy rank and honor beads she has
124 S. Ky. Ave. MU 2.6354 coffee this year. Mrs. Marlon at 717 N. Florida Ave. Mrs E. R. Morlan, corresponding Tea will be served at the Cook Margaret Trask, Pam earned.
Hester is general chairman of The Bargain Box Is open Mon. secretary; Miss close of the meeting. Tea table Cannon Chere Bellotto and Fourth grade Camp Fire
the event. Others assisting in day through Friday from 10 Edith R. Olson recording secretary will be made Cynthia Taber. Mrs. R. L. Girls of Crystal Lake School
arrangements by
planning are Mrs. D. B. Kib- a.m. until 2pm. and from 11
H. Cook '
; and Mrs. Finley J.Kartell Mrs. Mattie Van Fleet Taber and Mrs W. have elected the following officers -
ler Jr., Mrs. E. Snow Martin am. until 3 p.m. Saturdays.The Dickeyand
treasurer. are their guardians. : president Lu Ann McCoy
Mrs. N. Brooks Johns and store Is staffed by active Mrs Harley. The tea table
;Qfj Mrs. Welch. members of the League. Installing Officer will be overlaid with a white : vice president, Nancy
9ELOkd Mrs. Paul E. Braddock will damask heirloom cloth a gift Mllazzo l ; secretary, Paula
Mrs. Daniel Yarbrough Is Profits from this operationare Posey; assistant secretary
be Installing officer. This will from two club members. Presiding
in charge of invitations with used for the
I League'scharity
Nancy Banyas; treasurer, Kay
be her first official act since at the tea services will
Mrs. W. W Chase Jr., Mrs. projects. Mrs. Joe Winstead
; assistant treasurer
: Cater Myrick, Mrs. Edgar Ruthven is chairman of tha becoming director of District be Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs. Vicki Bourke; leaders,
9 of the Florida song
Federation ofWomen' Irvin Kemp, club custodian.
Watson Mrs. Jere Annie, Mrs. Bargain Box committee, and Robbie Gardner and Rita I son;
Frank K. Chase, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Walter A. Smith, cochairman Clubs. Mrs. Brad- C'her members of the executive housekeepers, Patricia Walden
I Lanen Jr. Mrs. Robert N. dock la a past president of the board who will assist In -
Com In soon Set our line of fine fur. I Woman's Club of Auburndale the hospitalities are Mrs. Har- leader.and Diane Petit and game
Nancy Belcher. Mrs.
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and Immediate past presidentof din S. Foster Mrs. Lester M.
niture and and Herman Winstead
for la their
carpets register
Polk Federation William Mason
County of Hen ng. Mrs. ,
For Mother's Day Women's Clubs.Members Mrs. M. P. Rauner and Mrs guardian.

of the executive W, 11 Williamson. O KI Hi Camp Fire Girlsof
board will be hostesses for the TypographicalAuxiliary
Dixieland School will have
meeting. Mrs. Thorp will BACK TO 10*
greet a picnic and outdoor activities -
members and guests in the Most feminine of the new when they make a tripto Meet
foyer. She will be assisted by spring daytime fashions are Sand Mountain Tuesday
Miss Olsen and Mrs. Morlan. the ruffled, printed chiffon afternoon. Mrs. W. W. Her- Slated TuesdayElection
Mrs. Ruston will be In chargeof dresses so reminiscent of the mely is their guardian.
membership attendance ree.I early 1830s. Cheerful Blue Birds of Com of new officers and
BERKLINE RECLINER ITUi bee School whose leader is end of the year reports will
y, Mrs. Jody Thrower, will have highlight the business session

Handsome reclining choIr In nylon and"plastic a friendship party Tuesday of the Typographical Women's
Auxiliary 256, Tuesday at the
afternoon In the kindergarten
retail value/ of $89.95
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building. Their guests will be home of Mrs. Alvin Walker,
TO BE GIVEN AWAY it new second grade Blue Birds Fish Hatchery Road at 7:30
Crystal Lake Blue Birds of p.m. Mrs. John Miller will be
SATURDAY MAY 2nd 1t 1 Crystal Lake School have co-hostess for the social hour.
i i4i Also on the agenda will be
elected the following officers: a
NOTHING TO BUY YOU NEED NOT BE cffttl/l president Regina Crawford; report by Mrs. G. H. Holdrum
PRESENT TO WIN. # vice president Deborah Her vice president of the State
I nandez; secretary Vicki Prld. Women's Auxiliary of the conference
Just In /
bring this
coupon or stop at our, store .
held in
Miami
and gen; treasurer, Connie Baker; Beach
register hostess, Patty Milazzo; housekeeper April 18 and 19.
tltN'R Jo Ann Greenwood. Mrs. Ray Chase chairmanof
Tomorrow afternoon they will the nominating committee,
Announcing make a trip to the public li. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Richard

l brary. They will be accompanied Brooks will present the alate .
by their'. leader Mrs. of new officers. '\.1
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G Mrs. Cachet To Preside .coaaace
e Swarm-Young

,1' LISTENING picture

NICHOLS Mr. and Mrs. Woman' Christian Temperance Mind If I Smoke," will be

6 a Hubert D. Swann have announced Union will meet Fridayat given by Miss Rose Davison. I framingMATS

with the engagement of 10 a.m. at the Salvation Governor Bryant's proclamation
their daughter, Mary Sue, to
.. OLIVI STOUT SYKIS U4tr. W_..'1 Mtw Kirby Jay Young son of Mr. Army Citadel, 833 N. Massachusetts on "Youth Temperance

and Mrs. James L. Young of Ave. Mrs. Fred Cachet Education Week" In April will

Lakeland Aerialists To Fly HighWhen Mulberry. will preside. be read and. discussed for fur- NON-GLARE
ther work.Mrs
Wedding plans will be announced Mrs H. B. McClanahan will
I Dana Coe will reporton PORTRAIT GLASS
give the devotion from Bishop
temperance posters being
the 28 members of Florida State University' Student Circus take off The bride-elect attended Werner's book "Real Living made In the schools and essays -
on May 17 for European engagements, two Lakeland school! in Nichols and was "
young women will be Takes Time. She also will being written by the Ashe Photo
among the group. They are Charlene Howard and Janie Lane. Charlene does a graduated from Mulberry lead the song service assistedby school children. Miss Dorothy
School !in
1963 where she
balancing; trapeze act and High Strickland
and Miss Charlotte
was a cheerleader, memberof Miss Loulie Barnett, pian- j Service
the cloud swings She's an with Governor Bryant, where rived home Friday following the Junior and senior Beta '. ist Brate will donate prize moneyfor
English major with four they will his the contests.
attend the opening freshman year at Florida
Future Homemakersof
years in the circus. ceremonies at the World's State University, Tallahassee. Clubs America, Future Teachersof A report from the book, A film on temperance work I 1049 South Florida
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Janie Fair on Wednesday. They will He was among the 24 fresh- will be shown. 688.1321
is a recreation America, annual staff and
be joined in New York by son, men tapped recently for Alpha Mr. Young plans to attend Hostesses will be Mrs. L C, I'
major and joined the circus Homecoming court. She also
Florida Southern College in 0000000000000000000xssasat
in 1961 She\ .performs John, and Kemp Logan son Council, honorary freshmen's was an officer In the Student Lakeland this fall. _Jones__and_ ___Mrs___Charles_u_ .____._Lake._ __
of Dr. which
and fraternity
Mrs. William Logan honor is

ssxalsrss.s It.aHSwtawxra t>eumxrea.sawtnAtxssrri
the Council, Junior Classical Latin
three lane break.
H23 Seville Place. based on scholarship, student Miss Swann and Mr. Young .
away, casting, double John and Kemp left the activities and athletics League February calendar werechosen senior superlatives .ti
trap and ska tng. University of Florida, where girl and recording secretary MISS MARY SUE SWANN and were named "Mr.
Danny was elected worthy
for the senior class Miss -
and Miss
they are students, and scribe of Mulberry High
The will Friday Alpha Tau Omega
youngsters
Swann
In
the
was runner-up employe of Armour both
Agricul- School" They are members -
travel with five membersof drove to Sweet Briar, where fraternity, also. He'll be home 1963 Miss Mulberry contest tural Chemical
of First
Company, Mulberry Bap-
they are spending the week for seven weeks before he i
the and staff
faculty and educa-
granted
was an Hancock Mine,
near Bartow, tist Church.
end visiting Carol, before leaves for Spain to attend the 1 1I
and will fill from Miami tional scholarship She Is attending I I,
they meet the Bowens In New University of Valencia this
Lakeland Business Institute '
for Barcelona Spain. After I
York After visit- While
on Tuesday. summer In Spain
several"performances and is employed as a '
ing the World's Fair and seeing Danny expects to visit Hardy PFir
at Kirkland Paint
secretary
at Barcelo a, the troupe a few shows in New York, Gerwlng in Germany. Andy
.
Store In Mulberry
will travel by train to the Bowens, John and Kemp was a foreign exchange student -
Mr. Is 1963
Young a graduate

Nice, France, and Florence will go to Washington D. C. who was graduated from of
Mulberry High School.
Italy. Final overseas On April 28, the Bowens, Lakeland High School. He He was active In and
sports
performances are (he Is president of Florida lived with the Bagleys duringthe was co-captain of the junior
scheduled for Athens. Chamber of Commerce) will 1962 school year varsity football team duringhis V

be hosts at a dinner honoring . ENDURING
The trip is being financed freshman year and was
ColumbiaBroadcasting Florida senators and repre voted varsity captain his senior I
by
System ata sentatives and their wives and Lewis E. Rice, who has been year. He also was an of- ELEGANCE '
Western Hemisphere diplo- stationed with the US Air ficer in the Junior Classical
cost 45000.: It is
of
mats and wives. Also attend
Force In Korea for a year anda Latin League, and a memberof J
sponsored by the Inter- ing the event will be John, half, arrived home Friday the Student Council, boys'"M" ab'DIiUIIJNIIS
national Cultural Exchange Kemp, Carol, the Bowens'
son after his
receiving discharge. Club, junior class play,
Corporation, anon and daughter.in-law, Mr. and '
Lewis will be with his mother, homecoming escort and was ;
profit corporationwith Mrs Bowen Jr. of Jacksonville Mrs. Morris Schiff, 2507 Derbyshire voted "most athletic An
a home office In and their son-in.law and and Mr. Schiff and _

Pittsburgh.As daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mich. plans to attend Florida Southern ( (
ael MelvIn I of Cambridge, College next HAVI A PAINT PROILIMr t I
a matter of fact, Mass. yearLewis' C." Give the gift that gives pbos

these youngsters will . stationed brother with the Ed U.S.who Armyat Is LAKELAND GLIDDEN tire for a lifetimegive fine ._
have only a two-week vacation
at the end of the If you're dieting and diet Ft. Benning, will arrive PAINT CENTER diamond ]jewelry Shop from
home today for a three-day s.. S. ....i.. A. P.. ,.....n I"T.
second trimester, which conscious and stepping on the holiday. 0... ':./ A M. .L55 ..M. 1 D... our eldenslvl! top quality
was yesterday. The bathroom scales each day, .,-
young -
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selection. Buy now lake
trapeze artists, clowns, watch that indictator that .
tumblers, skate's and fixes on the zero, especiallyif time to pay =

jugglers will go back to grandson you have around a to mischievous tamper. WJ2 a1&Q JAD.udm. .

the campus on May 1 for I'd been dieting for four NELSON'SJEWELRY

two weeks of practice be- days and watching with glee

fore going on the biggest as my scales went from 133 J Jw.t wl- ': .
,
t :
road tour of the student to 131, when suddenly I stepped ,,
circus' 15-year history. on them and ooops-140 f 1II
,, ear 20th *f
year w
registered the scales Dum- 'Ilad, ?
founded, I jiggled it, stepped 106 S. FLORIDA AVE

Mr and Mr. Floyd Bowen, on again, again 140. f Kciiit Things

415 Miramar, who hive recently Well, I decided if I was going 9fla dIOALa "
returned from attending to starve and gain, I'd be 'x" t' I FROM

the third annual Florida happier eating. Telling this to

World Trade conference in my family, grandson Rip ,
Miami and the Phi Beta Kap- Campbell spoke up and said who has joined our I
"Oh, Nana, I adjusted your
initiation ceremonies at
Sweet pa Briar, Va., for their scales with the little knob on staff of stylists

daughter. Carol, are off on it"He'd CAUSE ,COMMENT 11
been In for while
a
1
another trip today. They are AND
Sunday Don't knobs just fasci- v: :
the ex-
attending graduation nate kids? STYLING SALON SMILES' !
JUn1.4.
ercises at the University of see ..
Florida, Gainesville, for son AND
Floyd Jr. who Is receiving a Danny Bagley III, son of Southgort Shopping Center In The Moll CONTENTMENTMANY

degree In marketing. Tues- Mr. and Mrs D. S. Bagley Phone MU 6.5993

day, they will fly to New York Jr. of Lakeland Highlands, ar errUecrac6alyorRaiex4lrttwc ac twtws smcixriiasataraa.rsatltai







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stripe cotton ticking. Piped top; show-off skirt and datetime all summer long.. It's a pretty look
. pasteled and sugared with lots of ruffles. Treat
with slung-low belt Nylon stretch pants beneath l your. N
Clock the boys dashing by. Sizes 515. 15.98 self to a whole wardrobe. There ore lots of styles at littleRedWhite ::
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Navy/White \. 8-. -):",., n C. Tank Top Locey Trim 4.98 ':;

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8. The skirtlet makes three flirty-print top and
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&-C LAKELAND! LEDGER, Sunday, April II, IM4 alsllrtrA nI Lions AuxiliaryTo BIRTHS


. Vacation School Institute Set ; Make Plans LAKELAND GENERAL

aIC HOSPITAL
An institute of training for garten, Mrs J, E. Bass Jr For Fund Use Mr and M J. Jacob'Schneider -

Vacation Church School worker and Mrs. Ansley Watson; a 2727 French Ave. daugh

In Westminster Presbyterywill "Jesus Christ," primary, Mrs Dixieland Lions Auxiliarywill ter. April 16
be held meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. Mr and' Mrs Gene D.
at First Presbyterian Carl Headley and Mrs Jack
Church at the home of Mrs. George Bunch, Eagle Lake, son, April
10 Wednesday from Ewart; and "Living and WOlk. 7 'r. Schmid. 3221 Polk Ave, at 16
a.m to 2 p.m. Ing Together as Christians," which time plans will be madeas Mr, and! Mrs. Frank X. Rut-
The school this year will be juniors, Mrs. Kenneth Jones to the use of funds from ledge 2135 Montlcello Ave( ,
under supervision of Piesbytery's and Mrs Fletcher Hutchinscn the ways and means projects. daughter, April 16

children' work councilor Local arrangements will be Members of the nominating MI'and\ Mrs; Gordon U
Mrs. T I. Deane of directed by Vacation Church < r 4 I Ia committee appointed by the KeiUey, Route, 8, &qa, April
Harbor
Safety School director Mrs. James t president, Mrs. Eugene Glenn,
Leaders and texts are as fol. I. Black Jr, and education director :e: ; : ., are Mrs. R. L. Thornton, chair. 18.MrJ and" Mrs Leonard E.
lows: "Jesus Christ," kinder- Mrs W H. Venable. A .D( Y : man, Mrs. Wade Seaborn and Hunter. LKhia. daughter, April

Mrs B. B. Parkhurst They 16
will present a slate of officers Mr. and Mrs Randy P Ta.
to be voted upon at the May tar, Route 5, daughter April

Inc.12. meeting, 16 :.
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Plant City Miss Bride Miss Bowen, Mr. Garland ,

I r Of Jeffrey Hunter Long Take Vows In Auburndale .' ''' -:7.. n1'ti M



SEFFNER Miss Alice Mrs. Rector of Fort Lauder. AUBURNDALE Miss Ju rlage She wore a street-length '
Marie McWilllams, daughterof dale, Mrs. LuAnn McKee of dith Anne Bowen and Kelsey dress or white peau de sole
Mr and Mrs M J. McWil St. Petersburg Mrs Kreg and Thomas Garland were married fashioned with a fitted bodice,
llama of Plant City, becamethe Mrs. Williamson of Tampa. last night at First Methodist scooped neckline and elbow. @@m
r .,star bride of Jeffrey Hunter Mrs. Sharon King of St. Church. After a wedding trip, length sleeves. Alencon lace
Long of Lakeland last night Petersburg Invited guests to the newlyweds will reside in encircled the waist atop the
at First Baptist Church sign the bride's book. Gainesville, where the bridegroom softly belled skirt Her bouquet
The candlelight double.ring After April 26, the couple will continue studies for was a cascade of feath s d
r was performed by will be at home at 508 W.
ceremony -
and
from carnations
a degree the Universityof ered white Each Garment
Lklr the Rev Truett Smith Nup Highland St, Lakeland He Is Florida. cymbidium orchids. A "

tial music was presented by employed by Wellman-Lord The bride is the daughter of green headpiece of white velvet flowers Mothproofed SAVE !
Mrs. Charlotte Lynch and Mrs Engineering Company The
V J, E. McLean of Brandon. bride is employed In Tampaby Mrs Charles Fred Bowen 310 and seed pearls held her MIldew PHttttti :
dA
W Lake Ave., and Kelsey R. brief veil of Illusion
Oversklrt Northeastern Lead Com Men..Tues..Wed.
With Our
Given In marriage by her pany. Garland of Miami is the father The bridegroom was attend.
father, the bride wore a silk of the bridegroom. ed by Dave Clark of Clewiston. Odorless Dry dinning APR, 20.21.22
organza over taffeta gown, The candlelight ceremony At the reception at the homeof
For the Love of Lace I Iby fashioned with a Sabrina neckline I Religious Groups'TODAY was performed by the Rev. the brides mother, Mrs i
The short sheath dress William C. Swygert Music Charles Homer of Coral Ga.
r : had a floor.length overskirt' was presented by Mrs J. A. bles and Mrs. Henry Holm ANY
adorned at the waist with a I. Summerall, aunt of the bride. and Miss Janice Gladden, both
RAPTItT tlRVICI FOR THI
flat bow and long streamers DeAF OF FOLK COUNTV_unfl.j Richard F Bowen, brother of Winter Haven, assisted in
Her veil of English illusionwas School .....rlca rh MundM. tvr al Mcoad a 4* amonhlp Sund .-; of the bride, gave her In man the hospitalitiesHendryCole. 4 SHORT
held by a Rose caplet Churrh it. I torntr p.m.Avou at inwnod M and el D4tli tar{ $169GARMENTS
adorned with pearls, and she et. Wines H.D rllo.blp hour
Will fn low
rrurhl0 trrvlrt
l ao11 carried a white Bible, topped WISTMINtTIH .
n ..n.nf"IA. I
with orchid tOuts choir 11 nh
an lunhr. .n. rr: m *..<-".....'
Mrs Judi Rodger of Tampa easily lIow.hlp.LUTH'.A". .. .
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was matron of honor and Mrs I ii plrni. ,
WnJr"" on *'
N f h. Ro'Tonal: :; The engagement of Miss 4
Ronald of Dover
Kersey was CAITN'LUTNSIaN, I I ,.
10.95'Get ; bridesmaid. They wore modified surd tT.diMi FAUL. 'LUTNISAN: church la. Sandra Gail Hendry to Stephen
sheath dresses in shadesof formitfea rlMi.,,for adults Henry Cole, son of Mr and ANY
pastel lime and lemon, and boil/MiVlM."tut" Tlolni I os' ;Inaoru/ne' / Mrs. J. Henry Cole of Miami, I

carried a single carnation. has been announced the ,
by
Best man was Bill Rectorof MONDAYAPOITOLIOUIOLISCHOOL. L' 4 LONG $269
Fort Lauderdale, and PhilWitttt.ef. BI.M .. brideelecmot her Mrs. ,
a quick pick up with this easy core Fortrel' eftsrm. aorlallRe P.m. school, J"a .
Lakeland was John W. Dodge, 544 Prado i
and 'AITH LUTHIIIAN, p.tm'/ 114u" GARMENTSGrove ,
polyester duster
cotton :
by Evelyn Pearson groomsman Ushers were U''"V8"UTMI ... 4' Place. Miss Hendry also is the Pl....
!U. aundn
Tastefully trimmed In satin and lace with sheer Gordon Kreg of Tampa and Tommy Williamson .Irhool 1 Mr. lair W W..WltU..Un...JIOI I p Oc on.]( Vl home... . . daughter of the late Arthur 3 I Y

flower/ appliques at neckline and pretty pockets.In Reception W WMTMINtTID un mur Iba'4 F Council IVTIIIIAN fill*., Hilburn Hendry.

Petal Pink, Bluebell Petite, S M L Assisting In hospitalities at I ',51r .upwr hen and m ars, 1.30... Pm, The wedding Is planned for ) .
FLaT FHftlVTtaiAch .. !
'n of I
the that followed In
reception Ih. '. 1'., 10 m. 1ull.d June 1 at St Barnabas Episcopal ,
l the church's Henley Hall were I SPIaCOPAL CNuucNWOSoilMIN : I
OF Church in DeLand. ,
OflEHOURhh
ALL IIAINTI' CHU.CH. II AD... . f .
rS.ptrr. noon In lour.., M.. Lea A graduate of Lakeland High :
Brown vlli|| tnltwTUCSftAV l 'Wor.hl, I G
N.1HMi ors Mr. J."Dk and; .m School, Miss Hendry was 'm
IIn" Mre. J. H'rrl. IILo,... .x" ..
SPECIAL OFFER treasurer of the Llonettes,
.APOSTOLIC IKLI SCHOOL 1J51 girls' service club. She served !
S .
Minnorial Blyd ami I IUMI a( ,.- ,'n LlEAi1N1GL
/ EOMMUNITV naLi CLAt. Itt as worthy advisor of the Order I most I DRY
". .1 horn. of Mri. Htlln "III... the I
MON. of Rainbow for
TLES. Girls
UOI. 3 WAYS OIXLY 525 A JohnnenIIYSNTN The I '
fur -DAY ADVINTIST., ..1. bride-elect will be graduated i 64
Mnl.tr am al 1144 N.
ton Mm IY.r :III,,In, ir.drt
Pora.YToRIAN.: on May 31 from Stetson University I
FAMED BRANDS b' Broul Trw T" itiivu >l T p m' .
C H l I t T LUTMIFAN ihlldrrnnlirmiiKiB '+ with a B'A degree She
o rlxi, 4 p n. vrw has served as historian and I Park Shopping CenterU.S.
huh l oh.lr rh .r..l. T30 am .( MISS GAIL HENDRY
ernNa1.,..*.". a. wkitahuri" 'Ut activities chairman and social I
DON'T SKIP EYES chairman of Zeta Tau Alpha i Hwy. 98, South Phone 682-9235
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CJUA4k JlC Ct J APOSTOLIC!M.moci.l Bl O.d iii., nlihlIHKIITIAN SCHOOL c......1331, at Apply foundation over your sorority Mr. Cole was graduated I I

COMMITTK BOOB autiNiti.i C...,MIH'S RutauCHMItT eyelids before applying eye from McCallie School In Chat.
LUTHtRAH lop Seoul make-up. Experts point out tanooga, Tenn., and In'' Feb
Troop Idt 1mm' >FFIflVTIRIANapiriiual t vrw HmMWISTMINITia . that many women skip their ruary received a degree from MAnnAltIY
tilt/ and Pr.,., iroup. I JO eyes when using foundation. Stetson University He Is completing
333Pair am FIRST h tarilM PM' *parlor VT1.IAN. Vacatloa The eyes then do not match a geography degree tt.1.1<
'L R.g.4,99 Oiurcb School Initltui. It t m I* The bridegroomwas I
the rest of their prospective
complexion
tr
Spin ; Pub i Rlall.ludn. ::10 PM. '
Mal }. l lIo.1I1 mh JO I.n m.>aUilr"a oaths.Roil.>ol room... coloring treasurer and vice president I a'
of Pi Kappa Alpha {
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2 PAIR SO !

I: NEW LIFE FOR HAIR

>; y; t' \ Take advantage of this i Home Planning I'I' Temporary hair rinses give
y a woman with graying or dull
twat special low price on our hair a new lease on life. Use
': 499 washable ties for [- Begins With of such rinses calls for more

't.0. r casual or school wear . frequent shampooing though,

y,! buy several pairs and sove CARPETS because the coloring tends to *
\ Cabin Crafts collect oil and grime. GET A HUGE
., as much as $2 a pair. I ,
11 Illi, [LINOLEUM I $ 00
ti. t3 1Ii \: ''0'ql,. 11x14 WALL
Sizes 4 to 10 v .. Nylon CarpetsIF il Speaking- of Beauty ;

Widths .te! " h Philip PORTRAITMon.Tues.Wed.
YOU'RE PLANNINGNEW
SHm and \ I I Spring meant oryOus
mediumEXTRA DECOR FOR YOUR = color and hair CHILD
FLOORS, FIND OUT coloring meant

.-r., WHAT'S NEW AND "' a new, vivacious
BEAUTIFUL IN I' you. When you
e built-up I n.
consider color
arches to cushion rt .!\ i NYLON CARPETING ,,1[ take frosting I

every stepMachine and tipping Into .
e washable Call For a Free Ittlmalt I, account because .

I I these two
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e EXTRA rubber Innersoles thick sponge givescomfort tV\i + ELLIS BROS. INC. p more methods than offer Is &4'I

heel to toe is I I PHILIP sometimes realized "

Heavy cotton "uppers vul. tI 3420 SO. FLORIDA AVE. t 1

canlzed to soles. N 86-4193 I Frosting or tipping goes well
too with the tasseled Susan
S Popular colon white, ti DUPONT 501 Pleshette look since this new
beige, denim, black. a CONTINUOUSFILAMENT (style Is never "exact" The sides

?aIly/ CARPET .|dare tight to last all week but
Priced Sq. the top la casual for the spring "'
'''aS teREE From $595 Yd. feeling Besides, both frosting .
tSJ k :1 and tipping are Inexpensive.We .
: re'vj .WSST.: : are also recommending April 20-21-22

: . \ .-. rat ; full color, one or two shades fQ
lighter than your natural shade
SHOE SALON STREET FLOOR This does not require bleachingand
\ your hair will have more HOUISt 10 AM-1 PM; 2 PM-5 PM (Til WED.)

1 tI body, requiring less care for
: outdoors.But NO APPOINTMINT NflOiO a IfUCTION Of SIVIIA1 POSIS
e Putt loss FOITIAIT IAIIII' AND CMRMIN OP AU AM*
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\ .I whatever your prefer.
PORTRAIT Dtuvttio AT STOM A PEW BATS Ante ''..INRuby's
8eke I fence Coiffures By Philip, 22S
1 is anxious to please
Come In or call for aa appoint.

OPEN MON. & FRI. w 'ment this week.Goodnight Mrs.. Hill Tot & Teen


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a. Mr. CleggTo Sunday April II. IN4 ':
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Speak At NEW NAIL SAVER PHILLIPS

M f. m 1 Check brittle, < or fragile FABRICS

; ABWA Meet nails with a one-step treat I IOU J.Pkcne Plaids

l I ( ment. A new Introduction to MU 1-1211

Warren E Clegg, vice president i the nail care field is based on I This Week's Special
Industrial Relations of the ancient principle of glazing I
Printed Antique
r i Florida Tile Industries, Inc.. .When the liquid Is applied, I SATIN yd. 59
It acts as a base sealer and
will speak at the
meeting of 54" Upholstery
y' '
clear enamel. It be 59
i the Lakeland Imperial chap- may used PLASTICS yd.Y .
under polish, over polish or
ter, American I'
_____ alone
I Business Wom! _.!
I en's Association
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tomorrow I
at the CrestRestaurant I
I at

1:30: p.m. Mr. ni4 ? '
THANK YOU Clegg the "FloridaTile will show "* 2., -i' tf

Story" and
SIR. his topic for
. discussion will
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N I Is very kind of you to think of be "Employer. MR. CLEGC3
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tee during Secretaries W..k." Employe Rela.tions.
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We want to join with other businessmen -
In, thanking/ all oursecretaries In his position at Florida
for their diligent Tile, Mr Clegg is In charge of
work and loyalty' I particularly their personnel and industrial
during Secretaries Week-April relations program. He received 4
19 through 25th. a degree in Industrial relations 14 r tie''' ,
We owe all you girls a debt of and personnel manage
gratitude and thanks for helping ment from the University of a
to keep the wheels of the Georgia. He is a member of
business world spinning. the Kiwanis Club and secre-
As a token or tIle we have a tary-treasurer of the Lakeland kit
little gift for you Come In and Yacht and Country Club He a a .
fist It at. .
serves on the board of Florida .
You XuTnor/retf
Tile Industries, Inc.,
Royal Type fYer Distributor well as the Lakeland Chamber as MRS. MICHAEL JAY FUREN MRS LLOYD E. CULP Watch for. t

of Commerce Campfire Girlsof I. .

'LAKElANl'TYPEWRITER Army America and the Salvation. Jacqueline O'Quin Miss Sharon PhillipsIs ;


& SUPPLY CO., INC. Vocational by Mrs. Jerry talks Slama will be on given her Bride Of M. J. Furen Bride Of Mr. Culp GRAND OPENINGbeautiful

_.. Av.. duties in a dental office and
Mrs. Edna Kincaid on the SI PETERSBURG BEACH streamers down the back. MULBERRY-FIrst Baptist honor She chose a street-
/11 U .J"7 teaching profession, as part of -St. John's Catholic Church Their heads were adorned Church was the scene last length dress of champagne new
L.tftsed, Flori. the continuing educational program was the scene yesterday at with blue headpieces and veils, night of,the wedding of Miss yellow with a bell-shaped skirt
of ABWA. noon for the exchange of vows and they carried white orchid Sharon Phillips and Lloyd E. and fitted bodice with cap Carol Brent
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between Miss Jacqueline bouquets.
u -- -1;; Culp The Rev. Angus McClel sleeves and a scoop neckline.
of Gainesville, for. BEAUTY SALONat
O'Quin Flower Girl
land officiated at the double. She carried a cascade of car
merly of Lakeland, and Michael Cecily Bradford of St Louis,
ring ceremony.; The bride I Is nations and lily of the valley,
Jay Furen of Pus-a-Grill. Mo., was flower girl and ring- the daughter of Mr and Mrs. David Culp served his broth.

the Beach. bearer was Timothy Amann of Fred Croft of Pierce, and the er as best man. Ushers were the NEW
perfectMOTHER'S Parents of the bride are North Fort Myers
bridegroom parents are Mr, Edwin Caraker and Lorenzo
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Mrs Virginia 0 Quin of Lake Best James Eckertof
man was
land and the late Mr O'Quin. Pass-a-Grille Beach. Edward and Mrs Everett M. Culp Hooker. OPENINGWed" ,
ii I DAY
Traditional wedding music ReceptionThe e e
Mr Furen Is the son of Mr. Gunta of Tampa, Donald
I and Mrs. Al Furen of Pass- E. Paul of St, Petersburg, was provided by Don Leonard, reception was held at April 22 A
i GIFT a-Grille David McFadyen of Pompano soloist, and Mrs Shirley I Tampa Electric Leisure House,
The Rev. Leo F Flood, CSC, Beach, Hagood Clarke and Jones, organist. Mulberry. Mrs Watson McDonald 10ZS I. M.moI.1
I I II performed the nuptial rites. Robert Gallagher, both of Miami. Given in marriage by her another sister of the II...
May I Oth Music was presented by the ,James Reilly of College father, the bride wore a for. bridegroom, invited guests to
junior high school girls' choir, Park, Md., and John 0'Quin mal gown of Chantilly lace and sign the bride's book, and
is I SUk Organza of Lakeland brother of the taffeta. The Chantilly lace bodIce Mrs. Wyman McDonald, Mrs CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW
I Given in marriage by James bride, ushered. was fashioned with a Sabrina Jerry McClaln and Mrs. Ruth
Phone 683.5951 and ask for
I Welch of Lakeland, the bride A catered reception followedat neckline touched with Wetherington served refreshments
YOUR PORTRAITby wore a formal gown of silk the Bath Club, Redington Iridescent sequins and seed Others assisting In hospitalities Special Prices
organza and Chantilly lace. Beach. pearls. The taffeta over-skirt were Mrs Eugene Opening
The sculptured bodice had a Following a wedding trip to was caught up at intervals by Carter, Mrs. Sam Canova and \
deep insertion of lace ending Daytona Beach the couple flat bows, revealing tiered lace Miss Joan Sapp.
In a scalloped embroidered will reside at 1822 NE Seventh ruffles. Her headpiece was an The newlyweds will reside In
neckline. The organza skirt, Ter,, Gainesville The bride Illusion veil with iridescent sequins south Mulberry,
detailed with rose petal ap groom la attending! the University and pearls atop a tiara ,--
pliques, revealed a cascade of. of Florida College of crown. She carried a white
flounces ending In a chapel Law, and Mrs. Furen U employed Bible centered with a white, orchid
train. The queen' crown of with Gray, Chandler and l<'y of the valley. Just Arrived!
tulle, entwined with seed O'Neal Carlisle and Avera Miss Shirley Culp, bride. ,1
/..N.Aaerarim ./, pearls, held the floor-length law firm. groom's sister, was maid ofBenceHouser
I.I.M.o. veil of silk illusion, and she Ladles English Walkers
o carried a white prayer book,
topped with a white orchid
Miss Donna Ademy of St.
Petersburg was the bride's HAZARDVILLE, Conn.-The
co.rs maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere engagement of Miss Cathrlne
+ Miss Karen Alfonso of $995'L
; Ann Bunce to C2 Howard J.
Anita
Tampa, Miss Sharon
Harris and Miss Celeste Tessler Houser, son of Mr. and Mrs A f
I both of St. Petersburg John A. Houser, 349 Norfolk

Miss Cynthia Lane Morris of Circle, Lakeland, Fla., has
LAKELAND : Floral City, Mrs. Robert been announced by her parents Comport fr
Amann of North Fort Myers, Mr and Mrs WallaceJ at
I bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Bunce. ::: ;; :

1505: : S. Fin. 3IU 2.6938i: II I bride's Walter sister Templin of Lakeland, Aug The 1Miss wedding. is planned for ;;;; .. 16.95 /

I attendants pale
wore
The
II brocaded Bunce, a graduate of
blue floor length Our Lady of the Angels Academy
dresses, fashioned with round Is a senior at St. Francis
I necklines and large bows with School of Nursing In Hartford, k

Conn.A Most Styles

Garden Club graduate of Lakeland High . Available In +, 9trraahr
School, the prospective bride h % ?e
n Patent White
Annual PlanfExchange groom was employed at Dick's ,
Paint and Hardware before Navy, Red or

Set entering the U.S. Navy. He Is ":,..,. bone. Soft Kid
stationed aboard the submarine Leather and
The annual plant exchange U.S.S. Henry Clay MISS CATHRINE BUNCEDeHainautWisham II F'
Mesh
sponsored by the Garden Clubof Soothing

Block Potent Lakeland, Inc. will take II SIn t .11
place In the parking lot of the AAM to D '
White Potent Garden Center, Lake Avenue
and Orange Street Wednesday e .... The engagement of Miss
i Block Calf morning from 11:30: to 10:30 1 ." 'If' Jane E. De Halnaut, 2850 New

Red Calf o'clock. rnj Tampa Highway, to Frank
\ The exchange I Is open to any. Wayne Wisham, son of Mr
Blue Calf one who brings a plant to exchange j and Mrs. Jesse Wisham, 2720
for another, Mrs A. C. !. Dixie Road has been announced
ALL FAMOUS IlKANI SHOES
1
p Herman, chairman of the The bride-elect is
event, announced. '/ the of Mrs. Elsie C.
daughter Many Names We Are Not Permitted To Advertise
Long of Bridgeton, N.J., and
PAY AS I Omer E. De Hainaut of Mi

YOU LEARN :",. .ti ami.The couple will exchangevows All 35% to 70% Discounts

on June 20 at First Baptist
.

It's L.rseef eel k" A Church graduate chapel of Bridgeton REE el zFAMOUS
P
Mar Mo4. High School, Miss De Hainautis skr
leeatkbn employed here by Metro
safe to .., Se...... Ie the w politan Life Insurance Com BRAND
.
Sark r pany. OPEN FRIDAY F.NB. 130 S. KENTUCKY P.B.M.
Mr. Wisham, a graduate of

fall in MISS t; ;, .j Lakeland with High Duvard School Horniby, Is employed NIGHTS TIL 9 Other Pelt" Sforti/ la Clearwater end If. ffftnbvrf


KAY -MISS JANE DE IIAINAUT--of Lakeland--- n ____ __ ___ ________ .________
love with


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Discount for Cash The modern department tor. that all of,

I WIN Small Down Payment Polk, County hat woltod for WAa

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A FREE PAIR OF ruses in MtatMf year Kko l. s tffintt ,
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LIFESTRIDE SHOES "0.r Student ; t.r
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calf Wide range of colon and s'uei? We late cfaRR1mtdiBJlO1WI ... ......:. r"WHY -_"- -- .
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tnodeitly priced, tool .
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MORE Shopping Convenience. MORE Value MORE Selection
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118 E, Pine St.
Lakeland ,.
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Sunday LAKELAND April II, 1M4 LEDGER ; 1Tt&\ ?$ \ 1 Lakeland: Polk County Date BookMONDAY l



AWN <& LAKILAMD ART .WILD. trt clM Inn_ u.:..!,.1cIORReR:r.I!,1011 p.r'u
Ia ell plntl lUll lift mad ...v&/' 1J: l: : : I
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5 m. M Admint.lr.Ito. VIE51oIl u.L0. 130,5.
1.ISet Kimuu ]
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CIVIL AIM PAT.O BOIMDROM,,. Lgdwlck OF TMC Air. P
STYLING SALONrisTav ,.; 1 O m . la Every "Weigh"You
I By 115.10. IOCIAL CLUU u.SRove M
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m. .1Mno A CIrN lay
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IN :_ Garden Columnist 'temple IUMMA:C....BALK. UB, ipoaiartd M. a..twkf br i

emsAND "LAKILLANO SUMMtR CLUB, j TIMETEMPER
4uut. S-ll em. N MMnoll. Bund-
COLON JniCIHCiC .>[. Mun.lo'e A..d Ho-
, Of lyd..pnn ,1 Pubis t.it.dLAKiANO I
I j Iii..OUTNOAT.aXOHINa TM Mill ..A'I t.lted ..mmunlct1.A.L000a" ',170 It. IBof :? I 0

firri']5.11t..d AjpnRSfiS"i r.ius. ...
I eiMTtn Amaryllis Will CooperateIf AHIIIIY drill HBBinvt*-JJ9U1 Tr UNITBtrhMulm .... CoT : o MONEYWith
< .rm 5'i>. 3Mrd Mt D* ICI' aD" ,
24 M Pit 14i* Tr.n. Ce &J1t
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You Treat Them Right TT>M Co nm era. M RaM Our
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l>ro7 juiino C m.r.TV ,

ALL APPROVED CRIDIT One nice about is thata ".*V9smssvs FLUFFDRYlaundry
thing growing amaryllis .Cwt. z)0 CARDS HONORED they come Into bloom at perfect time. Just when 'LAKILAN: TOAtTMAtTIKB* Service
. _...
the azalea have finished flowering and before the Toni CLOD.Aa T*pm OB' InlM.l Uirrh.H.".. ..., >oiLAKIUtMD ...-
daylillet have taken over the AUT. CLue..e. color .
.
.
-----1 I cl. >l 30 n >t wlmlliKtrtion All table bed end bathroomintfe
garden with blooms, amarylll kulldiat. Lodwict AMrixut. Seth '
( bMUtifully woth.d and
M.
will five you quite a show for unuKSiibrrKCnlio! ."Ti L u a.
< Irontd Inckding hankltt
,
r S Si Cwlrt Sit.ut..m
the money and effort that you LAK5LAMDi
ROtAliy CLUB 12 ISRUMMAal
SPRING ANNUALS have put Into them. n U" 01.1.1 R..I..tYh Chenille tprtodi woihabl
The mOlt Important require- Tempe ........10 BALI.sic ipoawrH x. 1t.'lICkr VfrhoduM tugs . .Wtorlnfl apparel
i ment for success In growing A Is.: A5MY' DISCRVI UNITS I If any returned fresh air
amaryllis, ai In-growing other MUJ-Co I..bni.D 31715, lit I dried and folded
OP ))4U
bulbs, li never ending year.around Dot (555.134.5 M.4 Dot mpwn VJ2 1
)3T ti"ji liUc4l C00im.0 Rag. 69c Now 55 care. Many people "" ',
"cMAOTIH: .
A Carton lose interest In their plants 1"41 o. M w.homo.PlO., Mr.' "1. r"l Additional Ibu: ...... 14< 10
after they have finished blooming >Powl.r.411 Mtru.At Drl A
CNA+TI5 AW. Pt ISTIRX000.
in the spring, forgetting IvBolMM nwtwi 1J JO *m. nomool I
SALVIA PORTULACA, ZINNIAS, Wr'. Kw 14 BUroktor. Mt m. ft**
that the time of active growth I CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY

MARIGOLDS AND OTHERS and preparation for next .IM ufntLAHO OR TNI ::.fl.r. *o.,j I
year' flowers is Just beginning M
Preen. ....dA'NANptn'rtll"1. ilvoa.VUlUni '
Did you know that if uMibori UriWd
GERANIUMS 2 FOR 99 you were to cut open a healthy wtnwnvAYUkKILAHO I'
,
. PARKER
amaryllis bulb in the fall IHI.... CLUB... B1MUt 1141 E. ST.
you would find next .prn! ,'. LAKtLAN0 the Bti Club ART at CLUB nil.oU Rol.t- I MU 3-11)1)
flower formed and Int .In.! *t 13O .m.. Mr., ManC.rtir
/. INCH WATER HOSE already lutriMton oil MUiiInf wiuM1M
388 hon.tl._. M.n.f. t. 10 ..m_I
folded up Inside? If you wantit ->
. 4.95
10 Year Guarantee . . Reg. ,
to bloom it must be fertilized
from two to four times 1 :

5 CHLORDANt5/Pounds . . . . . . . . . . . . 42* during Proper the.times year. to' fertilize Lakeland/ -A City Of Beauty23rd DIRECT FROM FACTORY
amaryllis are in the early
LEAF RAKE spring before blooming and I In a SeriesIn -
66 as the buds begin to, show To You
20 Tines . . . . . . . . . Reg. 98e color. Use liquid fertilizer. i
a sprightly springtime mood Is 17-yeor-old Judy Wells. At the
flight after the bulbs bloom ij
j TWIN BED SPECIAL
FLORIDAWON PEACHES 495 use a dry fertilizer which ii Optimist Club's.annual Youth Appreciation dinner, Judy was named "most
3 Foot In Container . . . . . . . . high in potash. In the autumn ;
fertilize the fourth time with outstanding senior girl at Santa Fe High School." Black-haired, brown-eyed THIS WEEK ONLY

WEEPING BOTTLE r BRUSH 575 Amaryllis bone meal like or sheep a neutral manure.or Judy stays busy with her studies, parttime work at Park Trammell Public

5-6 Foot ,In BloomFLORIDA . . . . . . . slightly alkaline soil.
The best time to move bulbsIs Library, sewing her school wardrobe, playing tennis and following her newest

MAPLES 575 early winter when they are Interest-"strumming on the guitar" She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

67 Foot I In Cans . . . . . . . . . resting, say between Novem-
ber and December. They also James E. Wells, 2617 Coventry Ave. (Ledger photo by Harper>)>: tt .,
can be moved successfully
CAMPHOR TREES
when in bloom and many people
575
4-5 Foot Heavy . . . . . . . . . will buy them at this timeto
be able to see the color of 1 i---------------- III
PARKINSONIA the flowers. Do not move

5-6 Foot Yellow Flowers . . . . . . 575 them in the summer They I
will recover but their best &air CLIP

LOCOS PLUMOSA PALMS 299 growth amaryllis will be Interrupted.Use the garden. I atlutz4 n! SAVE : 2 MATTRESSES REGULAR $117.74ONLY

5 Foot Nice . . . . . . . . . . . as you would daylillei. In I II I 2 MATCHING
clumps of two or three as accent -
ORCHID TREES In the flower border, or I I II Ii IiI BOX SPRINGS

White, Rid, Purple 5 Foot Heavy . . . 575 in informal drifts in front of h $5995 '
your shrubbery. It you have I I 12 STURDY' LEGS
special bulbs you will like to frl- ,I
pot them for the porch, patio
or the house. I I OPEN DAILY 7 TO 6 Evenings By Appttntmtit
To use sandy loam witha ,I
pot I
little humus added and a I I II SAT. TILL NOON PARK AT THE DOOR
little wood ash if the soil is
very acid. Use a six or seven USE YOUR F.N.B. OR P.B.M.,, CHARGE, PLAN
Y1 Inch pot or an eight Inch one I I
Ill1fl1' s for a very large bulb. Set mi DEANERY THROUGHOUT rOLl COUNTY
s the bulb so that the neck and
top are exposed above the I
; soil. Add a little liquid or II I II I ,

.G: dry Thereafter fertilizer water and water.only when I II II I WYNN MATTRESS '

the soil becomes dry. I
The annual Garden Club I II III & UPHOLSTERING CO.
225 AuburndaU Rd. (U.S. 92 Lad) plant exchange will be held at
Phone I the Garden Center parking lot I ,1I 1427 New ,A..."'..... Hwy. MU 14111yows
MU 3-4011
A corner Of Orange and take
Avenue. This Is open to the
public. The only thing required I I
-- Closed Sundays -- Is that you bring aplant
) and swap a plant. lime +
"Itktlanft Imgttt Selection ef Qoofify Nursery Stock Is 9:30 to 10:30: a.m. Wednes I I II

day. Mrs. A. C. Herman is
chairman. I III I II viC I


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!I BEGUILING BABY DOLL look is perfect for baby fine hair, but adopts beau I .G ann fnsaJ7rNTJ

_______ I tifully to all hair textures. To set: Follow diagram for very simple set up, a.Y
I using medium sized rollers for fine hair; larger rollers for thick hair. All roll. I

I en are wound In a downward direction. On very fine hair use the smallest rollers
I or pin curls at the nape. To comb: Brush set out thoroughly, first in the I

r0 r,,I Ii I opposite direction and.then back to the way It will be placed. Bock comb I tl

i I top and sides ever so lightly. The hair Is then.side parted and brushed smooth I

I ly down and bock, sweeping the ears. Brush the back down and under. To I

avoid straggly ends all hair should curve In smoothly. Secure sides with large I \'F Ty

!II and somewhat floppy bows. Complete by swinging ends up and around the I II

1J I bows. HINT: A tablespoon of powdered milk In eight ounces of water makes I

I an excellent setting lotion for baby fine hair. (No, it does not leave any odor.), I

,,,, I Idle .--a aar_ ...-S-uela-.--A - r (tsil SNOW O,

t yrb BIT OF CAMOUFLAGEIf

IS THE TIME 11- you legs are either too !
or too thin, be sure to
I buy a dressmaker swimsuit I II
Y Y wt TO FEED THOSE or one that has little boy

I shorts. These styles will disguise '
your figure problem. I
Azaleas & CamelliasWith

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The Wlltchllter's12.horsepow.r Gravely gin.,eight-speed .
h VuJty Vou 9W* vtrodov
automotive-type transmission, and all-gear attachment drive are $NOWOLOWatt FERTILIZER S
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but a few reasons why get performance that has no equal.
you
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I economical quick acting ENKA Zantrol* Pol/no* Rayon
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Strong PhysicallyHow -


About Mentally? CGS !


By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN I. Take care of your health.
You handicap yourself when"cooking"
Physical health and mental with low energy ry 0I

health the way we feel and rather than high

the way we think are o If the worry habit Is sapping .
closely correlated that it ii your pep you may want my
Impossible t you overcome this vicious I S
the ireater Influence tt"" habit. If you would like to v
on the t .. I have it, send a stamped self- '' tlROTNERSe
other. addressed envelope with your
There la no ,. request for leaflet number 56
doubt that I/IP; to Josephine Lowman In care
many : of The Ledger.

who eat peoPletj"... Tomorrow "You Could Be ,
should
Practicing Yoga And Not
ercise af Jh (ir: Realize It"Calling
should I to
take care of;
their outlook r .. r tom
and ap roachMISS Ailhome ,
to l. There LOWMAN Maker
are some things In which I
believe wholeheartedly I think ly NICK SPAGNOLA

they can make the difference II REFURNISHING
between fatigue and energy, dr..y ,
despair and happiness. Isolation YOUR HOME +

and popularity. Here area .
few of them. i 1 There are .
1. Be enthusiastic about times when e
something or someone, or 3 I everyone would
like to throw
both. Beltye In something
out their old
wholeheartedly. There's noth-
furniture, start
i ing like elnthusiasmi! It lifts L-I from scratch,
every day ordinaryand and select t- ;
makes it special a brand new titniture t Mq'
2. Live, in the present. Let for every
the past act only as a color- room in the t1W ,
ful and rich and warm back "
ground ,against which to play S" "." "sole peoplecan
the drama and meet the excitement afford to do this, but
of today If you knew most of us are not quite that I Ier
that this Is the last day you lucky.
were going to have on this But with the help of a good
earth, would it change your furniture dealer, there is a
attitude? Do you take this bit solution to this age-old prob
of life for granted? lem.Have r .
Don't Waste Energy him come out to your 9
3. Don't waste your energy home, and make suggestionson
in irritation over petty annoyances what can be done to give 1
People waste tons of your home that 'decorator"look.
energy this way. He can show you how
4. Do some constructive you can buy Just one or two special purcfiasefashion
work.. This will banish bore- pieces at a time and refurnish -
dorand also many little i your home beautifully special
purcfiase
ache and pains, and wearl- I'I and economically, jewelry
ness, I He can suggest decorating
5. Analyze your abilities I Ideas like wallpapering a spring handbagscompare compare at $2
honestly. Make the most of i I room or wall, changing your special value purchase *
them, but do not set your color scheme, using many at 12.00 sale! 99c 1tG.
goals too high or you will be pieces you already have in a
frustrated. On the other hand I different way and Where to sale! 5.97 ea. seamed and seamless Imported beads, stones, pretend
it is worse to set them too add a new piece here or thereto pearls, metals, crystal combinations in
low, because you no doubt give your home that new Special purchase from three top makers white and pastels. Many matched sets
have many talents or flairs look. We can help in doing makes these savings possible: Complete rangeof quality 401"! hosiery of necklaces, pins, bracelets and ear
which you have not even your home over, and at the shapes and sizes in bags for so many oc- rings. A look ahead Idea for Mother's
touched. same time hold your expense casions. Vinyl, rayon straws, vinyl covered Day I
S. Take your depressed down to a minimum. wickers and soft straws in white, bone, black ODe .ph'. red N.
days in stride Everyone has We invite you to can us or and smart fashion colors
them. They will Do not stop in and take advantageof
pass :Dur: exclusive "401" . the
take them seriously unless the free decorator servicewe hosiery ence I year islet
they become a habit. offer you to make your special purchase finest fashion hosiery you can buy at' better costume jewelry
home more comfortable and
Look For Humor more beautiful. these economy, thrift prices! They are ",uloriy $2-$25 'I f,

T. Don't take yourself too compare at 6.00 designed for fit and long wear with sale JAr price*.
seriously either. Look for the MATHER FURNITURE .
humor in everyday" life. Thereare sale! 397 excellent good looks and quality! ,t From our nation'I top manufacturer!
laughs all about you. A 120 N. M.... ATI Choose from seamless dress sheers, Stunning cottumt Jewelry, I Stone, Imported
sense of humor softens manya I hone MU 2-{151 Plastic patent, plastic{ stare, rnorshmallows , bands, pretend pearls, gleaming
In I seamed dress sheers or seamed busi mctoli, enamel and novelty' piece , .
sharp corner living. In .hlte. ban or block. Straw In natural or white. MANY-ONE-OF-A-INDI
tIr"'n :1' _. -....,. M LL.::<< ,< ness sheers 8% -11, .elui led. t.aMass'
plus l I OS "4. tn

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fashion by the yard' p. $ 5- ii I

Hundreds of yards of "specially for spring

and summer" fashion fabrics! Goy sports- famous brandladies'

wear fabrics, lovely pima cottons . fabrics

for every occasion. .1 fabric gloves!

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Poem-Elites Prints : sale! 1.97

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Strips or potttl plaldi Waihablt, eoiy-tore 45"
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printed terry cloth summer straws :

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sale! 3.88Fresh wind and rain bonnets
Fashion news for your casual hours . floral end spring cover-ups
novelty print cotton terry 36" width
straws to keep you looking mint compare at 4.98 compare at 1 1.00 and 2.00

cool . just Jhe kind of topping your
special clearance group summer fashions demand Gentled sale 2.97 sale! 79c

formerly 1.19.1.98 yd. with touches of airy' lace, embroidery Hoods and bonnets for wind and rain
White and pastel! Orion acrylic bo
sale! 78c yel. and ribbon . many shapes and net, plastic and chiffon. Your
shades lero knit shrugs for breery spring days
choice of plain or prints In spring colors

Arne* pray prints stub royal sultlna. petti point Mass' Hat Bar and nights M, L, XL Also white cot and combinations
pique prints. cotton satins, cotton duck Top fashion
fabrics, some ot more than 50% savings! 36"-45' ton cover-ups In M, L
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Happy news for shift lovers! Famous moke shifts with A busy wardrobe's best friend! Easy-care Arnel trt.
Coot fashion for the whole year , and so perfect for the bright casual California air, Four free and easy styles acetate jersey sets to improve your shining springtime
travel! Large selection pf styles for misses and petites. . blue denim with calico trim, natural with calico trim, hours! Your choice of slim or permanently pleated skirt.
White, beige, pastels, 6-16 side slit or button front in splashy, tropic colors. 616. Pastels, solids or prints; 818.


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dress sale! favorite styles

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83.99 88.00 jerseys and linens. Broken sizes
shapes, the straws, the chic you seek

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dresses In Amel triacetate and cotton
beige. lawn jacket. dress-up sheaths and full skirted shirt waists, sheaths, basics, sleeveless,
short and long leeves. You'll be prettypleasedwhen .
shirtdresses. We've many colors, many fabrics. .
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 11, 1N4 8.CJiL1lipL
Robe rts-Tovsorz Lakelanders To Attend Thompson-Ray I ....

State LCW Convention -
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Announcement h a I been AUBURNDALE Mr. and I

e--. made of the engagement of Mn. Joseph Huntley and adjourn Thursday at noon. Mrs E. L. Thompson, 201
Miss Frances Joanne Roberts Mrs. George Schroeder, president The theme Is "Behold An Moss Road, have announced I (irURNITURI CITY UfHOLJTUU
to Warren Lee Tovson, 903 of Grace Evangelical Open Door. Approximately the of their
Lutheran Church Women will 'in'M and visitors engagement
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Ruth Ave., by the bride.elect'sparents represent the church at the from the 81 congregations In daughter, Arlene, to Ralph R.g. UPHOLSTERY
Mr. and Mn. W. How Florida LCW cenvention Tuesday the rtorida Synod are expected Rayborn, son of Mr. end Mrs. $8.00
ard Roberti, Route 9. Mr. through Thursday at Redeemer to attend 'f. A. R. Rayborn of Lakeland. FABRICS 395
Tovson Is the son. of Mr. and Lutheran Church In Mrs. E. T. Peterson of Pier Wedding plans wUl bt an Yd.
s ''ta Mn. Arthur E,. Tovson of De- St. Petersburg son, state president, will conduct nounced.
troil,,'Lakes. Minn.. The representatives will the sessions She also will Anatlveof Aubumdale ...,.* AefiqueSatin
take color slides of the convention speak at the banquet slated
A June f wedding at Gap. and will make a pictorial Wednesday night at the Outrigger Miss Thompson will be gradu 59
way Baptist Church: is being report of the meetingat : Inn Motel in St. Petersburg ated in June from Auburndale . . . Yd.
High School where she is a
planned the local LCW's
quarterly member of the Club and
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Markets, Inc., through the to Mrs. L. W. Johnson : She is a member of Dixie
DCT ,department at Lakeland members of the I local 831 Cordova Blvd., St. 't:_:." :' Hiway Baptist Church
group are planning to attend ; Mr Rayborn Is a native of Webbing121/2 ,
High School: Miss Roberts will the Wednesday sessions at Petersburg, 1)704 <:> Lakeland and a 1962 graduateof .
be graduated in June.M which time they will, hear Lakeland High I School
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Detroit Lakes High School and Pittsburgh, president of LCWof New for spring is the re I"MISS the Bagpipe staff Also a To Choose From.
-, Concordia College in Moor- the Lutheran Church in turn, after many a season, of member of Dixie Hiway Baptist
: America. the open-back shoe Many are Church, he la employedby 1066 S. FLORIDA AVE. PH. MU 3-3281
I head Minn. He is manager of Convention sessions start on in a combination of colors and Lee's Delivery Service of !
MISS FRANCES ROBE "
Pyrofax Gas Corp here. Tuesday at 1:30: p m. and will set on the tiniest of heels. ARLENE THOMPSON Lakeland I



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with itrong pylon mesh sides and rlnforcd and top eats In styles for boy or girt; S, M, Mass' Fashion Foundatloni
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heavyweight gauze, machine washable, fortable, 3238. In//

21x40"super-absorbent. pinked edges. White, two 1 dozen pkgl.ia : PAJAMA by Schrank floral I print cotton shifts I !


cool cotton prints) four- '. specially priced
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I Snop fastened shirts, 6 mo-1 yr. 2 for I 1.50 .z for 1.29 ,(. ,.., Two new shifts, as gay as your flower gordenl 1 Large

Pastel print gowns t 129 1.09 \! It, \1.. splashy flowers on easy core cotton satin Blue/red or

Quilted pod, t 17x18" 69c 2': for $1 t:: r green/gold; S, M, L

Quilted pad, 18x34" 1 1.39 99c Mass Loungewear

Quilted pad 34x52" 350 2.99

Receiving blankets, white, maize, pink or blue 2 for 1 1.69 2 fof 1.39

Cotton knit, fitted crib, sheet 1.98 1.69


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coot cotton fobrlcl: colon Such on odorobl. buy. .ot HeUoctf can-can with lore ruffltDoerorr .. selection all colorful Tn-piwi' ..._. %UHrlppw . ,
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!OCLAKEIAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 19, ItM Sal** Ho la log "t
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ins ..I. IS'* N''+ I NV Ship 10 ol'o 11 II 34.I NEW YORK (AP) A rich

WEEKLY NEW YORK STOCK LIST Inl' .1 IS"" 2 Mt+ 'NYSIEO I 5 '5"* 40* 41 I The accompanying job gains,
IJ .. 47*+ .NY 1C '1.7' 11'*- .copper discovery, glowing bus -he said, showed "ra progressIn
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N...V. Bond S46 741.000 111.3'0.000 I. ; In.1 1 2 I 2" 230434 lot Utll pf t 4 41'* .Nb. I.M 11 14\ ,. 94HNopco + "economy during the week. Departmentsaid
........Ie.n Stock 763II4S 6..11' Gas I. 39344 toBri.Laclo InlorDS 700 '5 44H 44H- ItIntMatPrt Ch I 141 94' > 23'*- 1 later that a JS.l-biUion

Amirlun Bondl $1.Itl.000 11,500Midwatf VO9IC (A01-W..Ios twosty moO odivi . 111 12 .. 41.44 ., M 7 35. 33t 34 -.. 1* Norfolk W' .'1M'' ,,. 174'- Climbs in the Gross National jump in consumer spending In
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DIDTwo ldl | Hlolt Low toit CleAmlt ( ) High Low Loot Che pOllS 2.' 2"' "+ I Illll-11'i-j 1.4 9l'4 94145,4 21. 3 1 "10.1 2 1'4 4055+ .steadily since a bottoming out
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I Adv.ne. ........ 4tO wH.T "777 ItO 467 130Dtcllntl And AnhH Cloy|1.6 ,6 32' 3 27 32*-+ I',, Chb III 140 915 1 30 5S>' 11'.* 20'4+. I 1.."Ib'.. 11.2 "2'''. 30'4 6"3"I,. I I SC SC =t ;: :: :r' 90"SI :'': I I'KC5ln.5 Ohio Occldoott E.I "t 274 Ill 2. 2 1'1.+ ., 34ro.t lub I 0 1'. 10'6'1 6' -+ I..pace of $28.7 billion in October-

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25 2
WEEKLY NY STOCK IALEI lt I ," 120 I + IMICLln CVPI921 1. 61'I ".+ 3<* Forms 0.0 33 11 'O'i 1036+ 34P000 I J; '14Kroonr .400 42 ,. 16 1055+ .Smlh 1 2 11. .. I lOb 128 million tons and retail sales
2. 73 71.+ 134 City '. 3514 3014+ 04 PocG&I 1.10 31' 31344Pactnlt ". ,
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./2 I 3 3 11 WICant lavlll' '.1 1 4S>' 41'* 44HVt /' 1 II 2 If* 70 + 5 II II 11PanASul .SiE I 31154 discover On ,
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ARA Soc 0 111 31 + It luattp pf ( 13f 13* 13t GambOls 1 2 3'' '4'' 3''+ ',4GamSO Nat CP II 21' 31-1 Am 1.2 IS 3 39143048osNatG about 350 miles northwest ,

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k on ttio Now : .,I Avn.I.1 S44 17'* 15* II'* ., NY I 2. 2S 36't+ '* GtrdDI . 1404- 914 V.1' 2. 3' 2'i94 '..eI.7 I" > 7* I + 'i's I I, 1 A 6N.Texas Gulf Sulphur Co. after
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l0'4I. BasIc ft f 12'% 12 90 . 1 2 91* 2'- .G.n "1'1 l'i+ 'i 5 '* I 121 1' II 1 more 25 million tons.
MII..4 1 omICrt 1 901 41* 40H IH 2 lbGsnPlnsn LockAlrc '.'l pf 1 (3M tl'I tTH+ Sid koilnotan IllSII ,
3M 41 41 3 Wk t 17 31''* 17 31''*+ 1 1 1 6' 11 . 6 12. I'' Some of the rich
Admiral 1.2 Its Wi 17 17 1 Blhl B.UKhL I 0.20 44 31 V, ConiC, Pf4 1 9 102" 101't '02'1. 2'1 ,'. 204+ l Loons ff 12* 11<* 2394.LonoSCom I ,. III.S 1001 31'* ll't ,_ .Old 0' Cal I lOll 6. 4354. 14 ore lay only ,

Aoroaulo .40b 14'j' 33* 14'7+ 14' 120 3' 3. 94* C.I5lv' '7 34"' 35"l' M' ?+ .Don Ponds 2 179 1 9084 1Golt I '3 11* 97t 13'*+ .'. 16" 75H *-- 1'' .1 3 J" "''+ 20 or 25 feet below ground,' it ,
6 L.b. 2.' 2. 94*+ Inl'um 12 03044 Lonal Gal t lit + 1 Paoo Drug I 47'* 41'*+ + ISo
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7-Piecc SWIVEL ROCKERS

w '"'"' '< { Room Foam rubb cushion with
y ;? Living Group
nylon fabric. High back$ u7jff
y rocker with swivel. 5 9929'r '
Sofa bed, chair, two step tablet, on. cocktail Compare at $79.95

i, Ykt table and two table lampi. Compare at
N : y Swivel rocker with channel
$199.95.
.foam back and foam seat. ., '

:< :3 $12929 $5929 _



Plastic Patio Wood arm swivel rocker
Nylon cover and hi-back.
CIRCLECHAIRS

FOUR PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA $929 $ 3 029 See Our Display Of \ -

Reg. 11.95 SOLID ROCK
Modern style sectional sofa with 100% foam
MAPLEBEDROOM 716299.95 /
rubber cushions. You would expect to pay $IOO29 a f
for a sectional of this quality. Save ;' AND -
over $100.00. rM e DINING ROOM



RECLINERS v LIVING ROOM SUITES
AT
Choice of brow or tore,. $!
modern suite. bulge CQ29
Hl-W...k tbh lumba recline In *. n'w VINYL LAS. "act 'Qv TM, Twe Compare pint et $219.95 .... .... . .......... ....................... Iv9
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kU Uiht, J..t the ch {lr for tli. r
Ta..a ol th. hem*. Compcrt $fl 9.95. Danish sofa and chair. Revmible foam cushions. Combl- $QQ29
c I ., t ..tl.. stripe and solid. Compare at $149.95 ................ ViF
,' 4 { AmorUen sofa, and chair. Avocado twood fabric. $ .
x. $8 9 29 ",_,,.. Early 100% team rabbet Millions. Rea..$299.9 ................. 249..
Two piece suite Beige tw... loom rubber cushions.
t {i Diamond tufted back. Compare at $229.95 .......... ...... $18929
*7995 recliner ti ,, Early' American sofa and ch.I,. Throe "cushion sofa red $1OQ29
4t'SPECIAL "" "-II' Iwoed. Compare ,$229.95 -..- 103 ..

: {i ir$6929; FIVE PIECEDinette ,


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I so.41 plastic too ....II.Ie. ..ll I.
5995 reclincr 4995 reclincr
..d four vpholiUrcd choir. Sivrdilye.n.tr.ct.d
3 Room Grouping in ronsotono flunk.
1 Comporo $19.95
$4929 $3929 1

10-PC. LIVING ROOM

Sofa bed and choir $4929
e Two step'tablet
One cocktail table

LANE CEDAR CHESTSJust .. One Two smoker table lamps
Two throw pillows

10-PC. BED ROOM GROUPS
in time for the June graduate or bride. We are closing out our
S Dresser & mirror SEVEN PIECE-
floor samples of new Lane Chests. p
Chest of drawersBookcasa
10.60 ot.iHc top toolo
bedInnerspring
end til ..tlc Mpkokloro4chom. i
mattress Bromttoiio" finish incHotco .,
SAVE 25% ON' FLOOR SAMPLESOver and box spring of colon.
Two pillows and two table lamps c....,.,. .t $99.95

20 Styles to Choose From in Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Grey or Blonde if
5 PIECE DINETTE $6929

$4995 Lane Chest . . . . NOW. .$3729 .Compare at $449.95


699S Lane Chest . ... . . NOW. .$522' Piece 25 $34929 These are promotional quality sets ,that have been purchasedfor

Group low priced selling. All sets are constructed with extra heavy

$9995 Lane Chest . . . . NOW. .$7429 legs and tubing from our regular quality dinettes.


TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET

HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD MAPLE GROUP 30.60.90 DAYS SAME AS CASH SOLID ROCK MAPLE DINING ROOM

Drop leaf extension table, six side chairs, buffet FLA. NATIONAL BANK CHARGE PLAN Round extension table, five Windsor chairs
and hutch top. This Is one suite ONLY that wo are $29929 one side choir, buffet and hutch top. $24929
PEOPLES BANK CHARGE PLAN
doting out at below coit. Was $519.95. NOW Was .39995. NOW . . . .
UP TO 36 MONTHS INSTALLMENT PLANr'



: k ys WARNOCK'S Furniture Company proudly WELCOMES


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East Memorial Blvd. Shopping Area-


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302 E. MEMORIAL BLVD.
FREE OFF-STREET PARKING
Phone MU 2-2222 & 6-5555






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DETROIT (AP) A three- sixth inning after Alan Koch _

run home run by Norm CashIn walked the only two batters he

the fifth inning gave the Detroit faced and blanked the Angels .LAKELAND FLORIDA. SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1964 SECTION D, PAGE ON'

Tigers a 3-2 victory over the rest of the way to preserve -

a the Los Angeles Angel Saturday Lohchs victory

LOS ANOtLII DITIOITok ,
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Cash's hit came after the Poorton ct 3111 Aulllto it Sill
Moron 3k a l I tUmooPraoool III 1111
game was delayed an hour and
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19 minutes because of rain. The Adcock Ik J I I Kollno 1111
.rtd d{ wM. 'ra0s
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P.odMT c 411 1110 L
Same was played under cloudy Thomo* rt 1111 Morton HKnoop S 111
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skies and 46 degree tempera Jb 1111 ProohonPlortoll c d Ill
H 1111 Wort M 1110
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tures. compared to a record'set
McBrldo p 1. I Ullch' o 1110
ting high of 84 Friday fc Folioi 1 M okrown j
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o Koch p
Ken McBride held the
Tigersto Eton pi 111
ANGELS' IRROR-LM Angtlt Anftli' totonl ........ lob KNap !.* ..M (urn* MI* .! lira a single hit in the first four Totllt, Mill ,..... MM a

I el I." foe .. *rrr H sallow Detroit Tl .n uthoUor Wild HwHn tit tok swornd! buss ..f.l, In pine Innings but gave up two walks A-Fllod out out lot McBrldo tor Lollch In. 7tti In Sill, bPopMd -

.t Dotroit ,......,. Dtrlf lilt '''''..* bmiitc. : .. L. An|.W. ,Itc.... KM MclrU H Bert Hi. before Cash' homer Lot AnoolM... .. 000 ON 111 Mx-1 000-1
Ikr. M.NUtd I.."',. (AP Winr-hot) The Angels scored their first 5-Keoai t. Moron, PO-A' ei Anootoo24IS .
run off Detroit starter Mickey .,non 17.14.. DP-McBrMo Knoop
and Alcoa McAullHt. Lump ond Cash
Lollch in the fourth inning on a Soon, Lumpo ond Coin LOS-Let An-

Cardinal Slants on SportsBaseball walk and singles by Joe Adcock oonoi H"-K 4._D,'"Coin''' I.. ft-Moron. MtlrldotIP

and Bob Rodgers H .P. IP.. IB |O
Bobby Knoop hit his second McBrldo LI1 I I

Committee solo home run in as many days Lollch Olhllkl W l4 I t 1 5 f t S I

Homers In the fifth for the Angels' second Koch I. I I I 0
Edge Cion In 1 I 1 |
run '-Pocod t mon IthwpMcBrkMo .

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) By JACK SLAYTON

Johnny Lewis Ken Boyer and Ledger Sports Editor

Curt Flood slammed home runs Bow To Birds 2-1

-the Cardinals' first of the yearas While stories flew all around last week about the ,

St. Louis .outpowered San Boston Red Sox and Winter Haven becoming copartners

Francisco 3-2 Saturday In a spring training venture for Tom Yaw- BALTIMORE (AP) Brooks their third straight extra-Inning

Willie Mays belted his fifth key's Beantowners the situation is still the same as Robinson doubled home the win loss 5

homer In the outlined here in Slant.
five-game-old season Wednesday Sports Rookie
ning run Saturday as the undefeated relief pitcher Pete
for the Giants But Flood At the time there were statements to the effect 'rtikkelsen walked Norm Sel-

negated Mays' blow with his unofficial talks had been conducted between Winter Baltimore Orioles bern to open the Oriole 12th

game-winning four-bagger In the Haven citizens and Boston Red Sox officials.! Then edged the winless New York and the Baltimore first baseman -

sixth came Mayor Richard Dantzler's statement at Winter Yankees 2-1 In 12 Innings I moved to second when

Brogllo Stars Haven City Commission meeting that negotiationswere The victory was the fourth in Yankee catcher Elston Howard I

Right hander Ernie Brogllo underway regarding such a move by Boston a row for the Orioles-all fielded John Orslno's bunt and OUT AT SECOND-Tm Tro.k ., the Now York Ynk"i It out .n the lint port .! e .)uhU I
limited the Giants to five hits in
evening his record at 11 Bob from their Scottsdale Ariz., location to Florida. by one or two runa-e.tablllh. made a tardy throw on an at- play! III the ninth Innlnf ., yo.t.rd.y'. Amrlc ltju hkiobolt |.m* brwoon th. Y.n"." *n< the

Bolin victim of the three hom- But at no time did Dantzler "y an "official Winter Haven Ing a club record for consecutive -tempted force play _Ikltimot Orlolot. Sh.....,., Lull Aporlclo It tilaylng the ball t* lint for nothor out (A* Wlropko..>"

era lost his first decision He baseball committee" had been formed. The following day a triumphs at the start of a lilt Wins Game
other hit In his story appeared similar to the item in Wednesday's column- FSC, MIAMI SPLITMocs' I
yielded only one
After Russ
season. For the Yanks It was Snyder struck out.i \
Peters Hits
six: Innings Boston is committed to Scottsdale. Ariz., for at least 65 unless Robinson drove a line drive to

Brogllo was In trouble the a suitable replacement can be obtained. And with all I left center field ,

first three Innings-much of it other 19 major league clubs fairly well set the replacement Rollins Crew The Orioles stranded 16 base Huebner

from his own generosity as he appears doubtful. In fact, Cleveland now Is beginning to make runners against Mikkelsen and Hurls Win

walked four and threw a wild noises about coming to Florida (if the Boston deal falls starter Al Downing including I I

pitch. Two errors also threat- through maybe Winter Haven might Just check on Cleveland. Nips FSC In eight In their last four times at

ened his effort. They trained In Lakeland In the 20's.). bat before the winning rally
But the Giants stranded five of the Boston Red ,Over BostonBOSTON
Mike Higgins, executive vice president Both teams scored single run No-Hitter
Hurls
runners in the span and capitalized Sox, was terse and noncommittal Friday whee talking ever Record Time In the fourth Inning A single

only in the first when Mays the situation! via phone by Roger Marls and a double! !

beat out an infield roller movedto "I can't say anything official about It. We're committedto by Tom Tresh. the onlv 'New (AP-The ChIcago

second on the wild pitch and Scottsdale for '65 and we Intend to live up to our commitment It took a record-breaking timeto York extra base hit of th e southpaw Gary Peters drove In By JACK FLOWERS first tossed by an FSC hurler

,scored on Willie McCovey's single We've talked only briefly with a few people from Awn beat a recorj-breaklng time season accounted for the ryan.-four runs as the White Sox Ledger Alllstant Sports Editor/this season He fanned seven
to rightThereafter kee run oft Baltimore starte rolled to a 10-S victory over Boston and walked only one in postingthe
alt r Florida Southern College\
bothered in florida. In fact, I haven't been down there at to explore yesterday afternoon In the Rob I
Broglio was Robin Roberts Saturday. Ken Huebner tossed shutout. Only five balls
southpaw a
only by Mays' homer as he any possibilities I can't tell you anything at all.- lins College and Florida South Baltimore scored 'on 'a walk Peters helped his club ..to.. +a'1 no-hitter In the opener and University )were hit fair out of the Infield '

beat the Giants for the first "Well assuming a"group sought the Red Sox what wouldbe era College crew race over the and singles by Slebern and Or- 6-0 lead in the first Inning with of Miami right-hander off the big sophomore lefty.Illnes .

time since June 1961 the requirements? 9 mile Lake Holllngsworth slno the first of his two doubles butthe Wayne Hines' came back with. bounced back in the
Rookie Lewis slammed his "I'm not sure whether or not I should even say that, sprint course The second game and tied South
winning pitcher was Wes 1963 American League Rookie a one-hitter as the Moo and
first major league home run in since that's a matter only of conjecture. We'd need a major Despite rough choppy waters Stock Baltimore third pitch. of the Year needed relief help Hurricane divided a doubleheader -r ern's baiting hands almost '1

the third and Boyer put the league playing field a good ballpark, up-to-date dressingroom the Rollins College Tan rowed er who retired the Yanks I In before the White Sox nailed yesterday at Henley) as effective as Huebner did
Cards ahead 2-1 in the fifth. notch housing facilities. the course in 3 minutes and 54.5 Miami
facilities and of course top order in the 12th. It was the down their first victory in four -Field.. .-.
Mays got his chance to tie the "Since you're committed to Scottsdale for '65, you probably seconds, breaking the old markof ninth consecutive victory for the games this season j Florida Southern took the I I Ironically it was Huebner

score in the fifth when Cardinal won't make any decisions on the matter until next four minutes even. Right be- reliever who had a 7-0 record first seven inning contest 3-0 !who spoiled Hines' bid for a
catcher Tim McCarver droppedMays' hind the Tars no more than a last Peters who will be 27 Tuesday no-hitter and shutout With two
?" season and Miami came out on top 4-I,
spring shell and half drove In three runs with his
a were
away in sixth Huebner
foul the out the Inning
pop among wavIng will be done until then NSW YORK 5ALTIMOR. In the second
official contest
"That's Nothing
right double first His second I
In the
the FSC Water Mocs of Coach
gloves of two youngsters in ok r HI.UI. k, belted a long drive up against
of seats "Assuming a city wanted you for 68, wouldn't it be advisable Bill Daniels at 3:59.5.: fivetenthsof .LlntM. IMOSroruttcf. oils double knocked In one of three The split gave Coach Ron the right field fence for a two-
the first row *icn .... .
Ik
ion III '
for when talking with to make their propositions .tete. 11 11 in the third. raser s visitors a 2-1 edge In
Willie belted Broglio next them you a second under the record. Morn, rl III I Pow.ll if 110 Chicago runs agger to send Buster Hardy
in "official category'? In other words Mantle cf 111 ( II oborn Ik 4 I the three-game series and put
and proposals an his 9-0
410-foot The Rollins Junior varsity Despite healthy lead who had reached first via an
the .
pitch on a line over Troth If 1011 Or., .. a 4 t ,
mark In straightaway center any negotiations with you should be done by a group officially also rowed true to form and ,..,,_ 1b 1110 Bowoni rf 4 I .1 Peters labored at times and wastagged the Miami nine at 81 In the. error, across the plate

field. Despite his home run slug representing the city of origin?" whipped the FSC Jayvees, The Howord Sovor Ik< l 411 0l* Roblnion blnvdor I051 010 for 10 hits and gave UD Florida and Intercollegiate 16.7 overall.Conference FSC Hines only faced 21, walking

Mays has only one other Rollins JVs were clocked In Downmt p 4111 "''d," tk 11 threw"lki -l In heiX innings two. hitting one batter and fanning
ging. stands second In FIC
the at 7.2end
Mkltonp III Robortt p silo
J:5U.: also breaking the old he worked. However he showed two.Miami .
hit so far this season Official Group Mandatory Totolt 41 I I I OJohnton 1 010 I Coach Hal SmclUly's Mocs
Flood wasted no time putting standard, while the Junior varsity HOI . ICKIrklond 0 ashes of the form which carried got seven hits all off
13 16 for the
St. Louis ahead 32 when he "Absolutely! When and If the time comes, it should be an Mocs came In at 4:11.: ock p. 110I 0,110 him to 19 victories a year are Huebner- the Garfield season NJ, darter Cecil Hock Relievers

belted Bolin second pitch of official group that discusses with us their proposals Then any It was the first loss of the Titus, 44515 ago especially in the sixth whenhe native In Cooper Means and Bob Road-
A-IIno for PJobtrtt 'In Mnl kOroundid was near perfect
the sixth inning over the leftfield agreement made would be binding and we wouldn't have to season for the varsity Water .Into' lard for Bowont In lotni- struck out defending league yesterday's opening tilt. He armel held Miami hitless.

fence. time in getting the situation approved through Macs after six straight victories CW5Ikdw Htll In Ism. batting champion Carl Vastr- aced 22 than Fulton paced Southern's 10-
waste any Now York MO IM ON MOIBllllnwro men one more
zemskl with the bases loaded hit attack In the first game
The Cardinals won the series channels. it was the eighth consecutive POA101 IM lit ll-t the minimum of 21. Only two
S Bowont. 5OVw. N.. with J-for-J while Huebner'
York 14Boltrrwo
triumph for Rollins. Ed Bressoud had
21 as each team s record "But right now the situation Is the same as last spring f. J4-J3 DP-Ado, Apirkloond four singles Hurricanes reached base, his
moved to 32. We're going back to Scottsdale and that's all I can say," FSC will compete Saturday at tborn. III LOB-Now York .. ..111- and a walk for the Red Sox:, and Huebner walked Harvey Foster > added two singles to masterful

ST. LOUIS kkrkM SAN FRANCISCO.k4kMFlood be plunked the receiver down. Tampa in the Florida Crew moro-Troth 14IB Brondt" RokMton. Il-Ao- Boston rookie Dalton Jones hit In the fourth Inning and Florida pitching Southern gem.hosts Florida
Championships starting at 11 .lew (IS). S-Orilno his first big league homer. Feeler stranded
was at sec
41l1MAkwrf III seemed indicate
cf the conversation to of
Far from discouraging, If H lit II 10 Presbyterian College St.
Drat to 41 Hlllor Ik 1110McC.rvw p.m. At least a second place Oownlnt ".1' 1 I I IMikkolton Chicago sent 10 men to the ond.
1111 Movt d 411 that when the Boston Red Sox start negotiations for 66, Petersburg at Henley Field at
C
White Ik 1011 McC...., .N 11CMmont 1 who finish[ at Tampa would assure I. 41 1 4 i 1 I 1tack plate in the first inning with In the fifth stanza Danny Wllams 3:15 Fresh
of officially Wednesday
*
obom
with
talk people repre- :
want to a group p.m.
_. they
: N 1 "C Ik Sill the Water Mocs of a trip to the Htll 1 I eter's double driving out loser struck out but reached
Shonnon k 1. * Honor < Sill and have something to sell-an adequate man righthander Roadarmel Is
sent their community famous Dad Vail Regatta In { w. 1-0 ... I I 0 III tint base when FSC catcher
Earl Wilson. There also
Bovorlbtowlort 1111 Hort Ik lt ....... were
league spring training facility.So U-K" Honochlck: Pun. SmithTs'll. scheduled to hurl for the Mocs
1111 kKuonn 1111 up-to-date major Philadelphia Pa. A-iirtii. three singles, two walks and an arrel Fulton! dropped_ the third
Bob Porterfield'svisitors
Coach
Jovlor tk 1111 Pooon u S IllSrelu Winter Haven against
with that In mind It behooves the City '
1 1111 cSnldoroOovonpf 1011 error by rookie second baseman strike ana threw wild to first from St. Petersburg
110 0 Commission to set up an official "baseball committee" to Dalton Jones In the barrage Eventually' Williams was erased """ OAMI

oPtttrtonMornol Bolin p i 110 ttt thoroughly study aU the problems ramifications and finances CHICAGO BOSTON at the plate on a double play. MIAMI 110 . : .; 000 100. .--t 1** IJOO S

p * .0 of getting a major league club for spring training.I'd 7 Records Tumble .11'1'' ol r k IICuntum Fulton the former Bartow I orril' Nt0e,, (t) and Popov,oh|
OJAIOUSI 1 I 10til .
Ik 4111 Conlolloro el I I I 0 10,11,01 and FVll.n.51CON0
.T.... t 4 t Totolt ftAGrovndod estimate It would take at least a quarter of a million Bulord 2k 11 11 Brotooud. to 1111 High School star, broke out of OAM'
out far Bolin In Tth B PIMd.. Robin_ rt 1 I I V trio tkl' It 4111Nlcnolton ill current hitting slump In the MIAMI .. . . . . 000 550.-4'1: : Iooo iSTANDINGS

out Mi lor. .Hort.,.....to..*far m. Horkol WoMcod N,15.far PooonIn FINfw . (Continued on PageD, Cols. 1-4) Honton M W .fill.0. Molwno Itvort, ot 3k 11 111 I I I first game and accounted for F H"OI. ......and._ '......I.h' $010. ....".
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....
Snldw .to H ink oor cf 1111 Clinton rf 111Wolt 0 Southern first two runs In the
St u... ... Ml MI 11-. Jb 111 I Jonas M lit 1
Son Proncloc. . ...... MO Ill MI-5 In Kansas RelaysLAWRENCE Martin, < 111 Tlllmon 411. bottom of the Initial frame.
0.Wnlto "'eC.....,. ,...". Oroot PO eMI_ 111 Wl ton p III With two out Fulton doubled
.
A-lt Loult" 21... Ion Pronchx 27.11.D" how p i I l Wood p 1110
.Pooon ond Copodoi Croot Jovlor ondWnlto "'..., P I * oMollOi 110P. 380 feet to center to score Hueb-
LOB,II. Lou" L Ion '.....,_ S ...rt P 1114 lointwlck t 'I I 0 ner and Bob Lee. AMERICAN" LUOUI
HR4..wslywr. I'M.v.H Fled... .515550balls Kans. (AP) Missouri for a world mark In dM Norty c I I I bM.mill.I* 1100 110iorloy Southern's other run came Inthe W. 0 I.. 1000,et. 0.5.5alltmr. _.

,. W 11 o I I I II SMU's blazing half-mile relay 1 the two-mile but went for the ON ion IIHotlnor , fourth when Fulton led offwith Mlnnwol/ ..,'.::: ,100w0.100

BolM U *! . .1.' 4 I S* *I *1 SHrew I team John Camlen with a distance medley gold medal Instead no( 1100flcnlll III a single and came home on : :; ::..u.. O I

WP ....,... U .,.lkII. Donotollllondoi 4:03.2 anchor mile for Emporia and set a meet record of Totolf. 27 IIII t Totoll. 41 III 4 Fred Mayer's triple to right psrROrr ..,..? It :..510Ws.hlnaos .000CIV.lond I I
ond ...._. 74.52. A M.W. it A-Groundtd out for Wood In Mdi: k- : :
::
:: 400
A&M 48
Texas 9 anchored Dick Romo
dNS State and strongman : by field.
.,,,,,,.. far '..".wkk 'In 4Nii c-tlriKk ........ .2&0 5145Chl,1o
CelfiStun Danny Roberts were the Lingle blazed a 4:01: cleanup out lor Mortln In 71111 d-Ground3k out Huebner no-hitter was the CftT 000Is. : !I'S
1 : .. : :: ::
tor Potort 111511 o-llnolod 1 tar Itrtv' Tor. 0 .000
standouts of the 39th Kansas mile for a meet mark In the ',in Ittii 1.01114 out far Httlnor 'In fin NATIONAL UAOUIw.
Relays Saturday. four-mile' relay Friday and Ckkoo* Ill *M 001-I. L. ,.,. 0 5.
San FranciscoBOSTON .. .. -.
lotion Ptlllulrlpn
.F- Seven meet records were Romo chased him home with a I 1-.1....., "'.Ir_. PO-A-CHICOOO Ml III III 17-.10Solon I. ? f w, stj' ""laburoll. ...... I _'
.. .. 4
smashed and two equalled in 4025. 171 DP-Moliono Jonoo ond Ituirt r Cln.lnnaU
(AP) John Havll : . LOS- ftte... 7. Botton I). ; 500 t.c ., :::. ::: : q5t OaCnlro
the closing day bringing the The distance medley gave, IB-P.tor. a. Cunnlnojtom. Horthkorioro .. . ...'. j.1&0
cek fired IS points In a second f { two-day meet harvest to 12 records Texas Its first relay gold medalon -lutord. "_. HR-Jonoi. 1W.I. -; H".Io" . ...,. I.L
I. ..
period blitz and Bill Russell out. w IoIl1wauk.
r f set or equalled. the Texas-Kansas-Drake relay i h> M 1555550 Loo AniolMHo . .
Chamberlain as . .... I
defensed Wilt Roberts set a shotput recordof circuit since 1959 n W. U I 12 I 1 S 5 York vrurod
Boston defeated San Francisco 1'1_ . .11.51 1 t.l5lbh11101
60-2%. He won the discus at Stevens Wins M011 111 1 I I I 5110(15 YSSTISOAYAMI.ICON
108-96 Saturday night and is the seventh Stevens of Lincoln Neb. Wilson Lt'C I :: 11441 I; : LIAOUIChlcooo
sixth e 178Friday Ray ,wood .. ...... . 51-54 1 I i I 0.0,1)1 5,05, .* .
VBoltlmoro
The Celtics seeking a 4d man In Kansas Relays history ran 3:47.9: in the Glenn Cunningham '.."iwlck .. . l * Slarks 4 'io;. a.Nlon : 111 11I011I11).
National Basketball Association . .. k-" _, t Mow York
straight e 5 5 I I 0 5Hdnar
the and MinnoMlo I
to win both weight events 1,500 meters Hylke
. '
showed, .I 1 1" I I tltr ol CIn.hnd-pod f j ,110.
KOJUOI
playoff title same year. Van Der Wall of Manitoba U W'-Wood.74wI. U-C..... .... Hdkr. NATIONAL LlAOUI
no rustiness from a long layoff, > HorNY Flohorty. T-l:II. A-t Ml. PltUburfh 1 0100 TotkCnkl
s wNr Sets Mark won the 3000 meter steeplechase
w J Mlhd'55h1.IJ
of the T
while taking the opener t Southern Methodist ran a in 11:56.3: for two more St Louts k Ion IHou.uin .
final series The 4 IwoukM 1Clnomnou
best-of-seven I 1:23.4 In the half-mile relay meet marks HAYES TIES I 'I, Lot Anoooi eOAMIO. .
will be in Boston
next game TOBAVNATIONAL
I one-tenth of a second under Records were equalled by LIAQVSPllliburih .
Monday night. meet record and eighttenthsover Roger Sayers of Omaha with WORLD MARK ., how' York
record-tying Phllodt phlo ot CMcotom .
hit
Havlicek a the world mark set by' 10.3 In the 100-meter dash and 1.5111..I HoutlonMllwoukeo .
eight field goals in the critical ORANGEBURG SC. (AP- 4 ot Loo AnolttClDcUiootl .
Bobby Morrow and Abilene by Lincoln U of Missouri witha ol Boa h1501N0.AMIIICAN .
second when the Celtics Robert Hayes of Florida AIM
quarter Christian in 1961. I 1:24,2: in the college half-mile LIAQVSUlnnwoU
outscored the Warriors 32-15. equalled his world record of 91 ol IMirolt IDLoo .
SMU also won the 440-relay In relay. AooelM. ot Cleveland WKontu .
their fast break seconds in the 100 dash .
Unleashing yard CIIF.5 W..hIOI"'O (1)
40.. slender distancestar
seconds. Camien
a ., ,
N w York BoltUuroChttoio
against the slower Warriors th- Saturday in the annual South ot BuoionNATIONAL.
Sophomore John Roderick anchored from Floral Park N.Y.,
from a two-point I .. .f Carolina Invitational track and .UUI 'IIIOAY
: Celtics jumped IUC PITCHER DROPPED IT CHIVl-Pitch* DM SkwPitnbtirf both teams hauled Emporia State to a meet

I. to a 20-point lead. 55-35 in II .h .Be* ..., the _II. ftot a KM ,ri". .M the "t .. Hew Missouri missed both the mark of 1:48.4: In the college field meet for Negro colleges. 4. Now York tlAOUSPtttibunh J.

five-minute burst York Met Tim H.."_ *PM<..* hi ta *. risk kl. 'Ie,." .' meet and the world records with distance medley. It smashedthe Hayes set the record In June Ptt MU.a..o"&d.)lphlo I.10 Houiton ChlcHO 2ClnclnnlII a.

I Havlicek's 28 points and the defending 28 both toomi sotfcor ....... Scbw.N .H" th..ipb0h 1",11I. McUmt. its 7:26.6 in the two-mile relay' meet mark of 9:54.2 set by last year during AAU championships Ion 0,011),1)t. Loo t. Anitlto" Lout 1.C no Ins.In .

t more by Sam Jones led Wilt- H. wan c.r. d4l .H the field but It w.I .._M'J .Utw he rcdhr4lMly despite Robin Llngle's 149: Tom O'Hara and Chicago Loyola at St. Louis. ,)
while AM.'CAN 11A0(11salUmnre
i champions a fcniMJ .*... Jk*.'. *... .Mt the p.Me with ,.* *".'. anchor half mile last yearCamien The Florida athlete also won 4, Ntw York JLoo III Inolnu).

I Chamberlain had 22 points before for wan tnt4 with the .m es the I 10 of them S4saso4
the Warriors W..hls.tos 4, J.C'ovI..4 .
2-D. AP Wirdpkd.) Texas was expected to duel yards. 0 . Nifty No-Hittor 1. asses. Lit4.

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Sunday, April 11. 1M4 . Bucs Hand Mets




Bob Buhl ( .



BlanksPhillies r 4th Loss In RowHOUSTON





NEW YORK (AP-Bob Bail son was charged the defeat In.

ey hammered New York Met the free-hitting game.

pitching for four hits Saturday PrfTStVROM NEW YORK .

as Pittsburgh handed the Mets trkM MrheiScheflM .

CHICAGO (AP) Bob Buhl their fourth straight loss M before Vlrdon 0 t M SllltStophanoM S 111 Samuel 1 M Itl ttllChmonto ;

gave up a 10-foot single In the 31,480 fans at Shea Stadi rl 4 I 11 WaKeflold p 111 ,
Itarcell k Sill oKanehl I I IJohntton
first Inning and did not yield another h1 1111 H........ Ik S 111lend
hit until the eighth I In um.Don Schwall was rolling along 'en Ik. Sill Hunt W 4 111
teller 3o S 115 Condor ItlMaiar'tkl '
hurling the Chicago Cubs to a easily with a ..2 lead until Tim 2It 1111 Tenor" c ItPnlla .

three-hit 7.0 victory over the Harkness rifled a line drive off .em c 4111 T hornet. V 15 .
Sd will p 1110 Kran aeol rl S i. I
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previously unbeaten Philadelphia the pitcher's right leg In the Slak p 1111 dlmlth' rf till

Phillies Saturday. eighth. Schwall was carried off Bert I ISI1111,1t0 411
Fee I t* S Bwrkjht SB 4 111Beamerrh
Tony Taylor, leading off the the field but It was announced Pit :1

first Inning was safe when hip v 1s later that he bad suffered onlya Cite ttllChrlMophtf
111HMekw
hit trickled barely onto the gras bruised knee. ttllbHickma

In front of the batter's box. Donn dendenon slammed a 1111 I 11 IMoron
H
The 35-year-old righthanderthen home run and two ingles and Total. 4* lilt T..... If IIII.Fouled

held the Phils hitless until Bill Virdon had three singles In for_ Heuler. cut In tor Tthi Cleeo enforced hi ethi b-N Hkkmtn'",1d

Bobby Wine dropped a single! In- the Pirates' IJ-hlt attack. far Samuol m MM d-foulod aut torKreneoool
to short center In the m tlII, _""' lcd tor Woke.field .
eighth. The Mets shut out by Schwallfor ki tm.pitnaorod .

Buhl struck out seven and # six Innings, picked up a pairon tit in oe-t
walked three. .. MOW Tom .. ... *M ote 1111 -'
r '/ T t Jim Hickman's two run -_. PO-A-PHteburch ".17. New
I In the fourth he hit Tony Con pinch single In the seventh Yor 1..1t. OPDumont endHerknow

I zalez In the head, and the Phils They put together four more .. S. LOB-Pimbunh ;, New YorkIB

center fielder was hospitalized hits Including a double by Bob -Elliot 2. tlr..,,1. Tevlor. ) -eknv

i t for observation, I WAe'A Taylor, for two more runs in the onto Na-CIMOOM.IP S-Semuol H" 1.s.iiioSchwell .

The Cubs cushioned* Buhl' I .. .rYeJ '>4,1 4 l +611 "'o 'y 4 + H eIghth and picked up another in W .1.. .T S 7 I I I 1 t I tBork
vSltk
season start with two two run n the ninth on three straight singles :':.' ::: :11-J I 1 1 I '
in the first. Billy Williams and r 'J+w a L 4Y. nPrSA. .L sett 3,. X1} 44r x and a force play "ee. .. .. / I
Boarnarm L4 5.I ..'H' T I '
Ernie Banks driving them In. Elroy Face finally stopped the .
.tt5 5 1 1 0WN
Williams' fourth homer in the Mets in the ninth.Schwall HIMIW. ... .
fluid ... t 11 1 1Pecod *
third, Jimmy Stewart's Ingle was credited with his ana liner to tilt V-*acod

In the fourth and Banks' sacri first' victory and Larry Bear- 1 batteri In 0)I.P5GMdr. .

flee fly In the sixth added single LAKEUND OPENS HERI TUESDAY-Hr* h Hi. r..rtnt! llnovp for the Tlgtn, loft to rlehU Bill VMI,
runs. Ukotano! Tigers wb.o they *p.* Choir Florid Sloe Ltagu Moon .n TundayRight Willl.mion, 3b; Dn '.pp", tb; Ky Rnfr, c; Jim Mill, If; Lnnl* Crrir,

Philadelphia I Chlcooo *t H.//., Field Th. L.kslo" ". will play Tomps *t Tcmpa'i Al Up. 2b; Jim grows p. (Udg.r Pkof lr Hugh)

urea abrkbTavlor Field tomorrow night .nd then open hors *t 7.30 p.m. Ts*.dsy. Th. Lakeland' I
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Wl o 1111 1005 Set For OpenerFinal first ball the Lakeland Dixie League Baseball season gets (AP) Jim Wynn and Pete Runnels, who had

c0rl!!-. 0100toitli Florida State League will underway tomorrow at 8 p.m. with special ceremonies at and Bob Aspromonte hit two- walked on first.Milwaukee .

Dun M p Mill e l / e Totdt 11 Ml I have a "new look" when it John Cox No. 4 diamond. run homers and Ken Johnsonwon I took a 2-0 lead In

Alit for Gonialot 'In 4thj D-Ground. shuffling of the Lakeland Lakeland merchants Contactthe opens the 1964 baseball season The baseball his second game as Houston its half of the fourth on FrankBolJing'
Is for
within'thecity
"'oTololo M III r program boys living
-A-WtVM IIIn lor Ooniolot 'In 4ttil bGround..d Tigers for the '64 season ballclub at Henley Field 1 Monday night, with new officers limits of Lakeland and in the 10-12 A four- defeated Milwaukee 4-2 Sat- two-run homer, his

out tor Short 'In hi c-Wolkod, for was made yesterday morning for details.In new team managers new age group. urday. third four-bagger In two days.
Who, 'In ItnPhllodolaiii league has been let with six in each
program up teams his second of Johnson allowed eight hits
101 OK ooo-l Just before the Lakeland team last minute shuffling shortstop players and new umpires.The Wynn's homer

Cnkooa _Ml 101 olx-7 took its last workout at Tiger Walt Thoele was apparently Class A circuit elected league. Following the dost of the season there will be the season followed by Rusty and walked four in winning his

till B-Wllllama Chicago 17J Alton LOB PO-A-Phllodolphlo P-hiladolonla" 1Chlrooo town. dropped and AI Ricciuti George MacDonald of Lakeland tourneys to determine the city champ along with an.star Staub's single in the sixth Inning seventh straight game over a

II.2BStewart. added team tourneys to determine the qualifier for the district and broke a 3-2 deadlock. two-year stretch.
However Rufus Anderson
Banki J 11011..,.. Wllliomi The squad will probably takea as president and secretary .
HItWIIII.m.Sunl.. IF-B.nkiIP light drill today at Henley will play shortstop tomor treasurer. He succeeds BUI Me- tourney. Aspromonte's first of the year Only one man reached third
.. Nlllll Bt IOCul row with Lannie AU teams should report on time tomorrow night and in the fourth with two out after Boiling's homer againstthe
night Carrierat came
L, (-1 .. J 444 :I J Field before their opener tomorrow Kechnle Jr. of Bradenton.
Croon ....... .. 11 1 | | 0 0 night at Tampa' Al second. Both played here in Herb Smith of St. be ready for picture sessions alongside the east waU of 30-yearold right-bander.
Short .......... 2'1' t t 0 SWill Petersburg
After four hits in
.,.......... 1 2' 1 2 6Dvr.n Lopez field with the Tampa 63. is first vice president and Mar Bryant Stadium. Teams slated to play the first games giving up the

W 1-. *. .. .,1 t 1 I I 0/i I 0 9tuhl 7 Tarpons. Lakeland opens its Added to the Tigers was shall Fox of Tampa I Is second should report by S:45 p.m. so that their team photos may Devils Slug fourth Johnson scattered four

X-Pacod > mon In 4th home slate Tuesday with the pitcher Gerald Napoll a left: vice president.The be taken prior to the ceremonlel.Oliva's hits the rest of the way.
HBP-By Bull (OonialM' by Dunn lost his first
lIocl. WP-Short U-" ,.,. Irony, same Tarpons at Henley Field. hander and Art Todtenhausen teams will I I I play 140 Tony Cloninger

Burkhort, Sudol T-J:n. Alit Gametime Is 7:30: p.m. PresIdent who was here last sum games each playing 70 at home Santa Fe 76 start for the Braves.

Joe Ryan of the Tigersaid mer He will probably stay and 70 on the road.hThe all.star MILWAUKII.. ,1111I HOUSTON ao r a MAIM

A DRAWFRANKFURT one price will cover all with Lakeland until he recovers game will be played July 9, In Homer Cf SIIKo*. U 4111Maya

Germany (AP) tickets for Tuesday's games. from a leg injury and then the home park of the team leading Kathleen Senior High School H rf lilt till Pan IUII"M liltAaron lilt

Heavyweight contenders Zora Senior citizens (65 and over) join Duluth next month. the league at the close of the and Santa Fe Catholic High "Mathawi 311 S 111 ds.an.ier N 1111
School met last night at Henley Forro Ib-c 41 1 t Bond N 1111Boilov
Folley of Chandler Ariz., andGermany' will have a special priced The hurling staff now con first half.Opening. Field for the first time on the c lilt cBeauchamp lilt
Karl Mildenberger ticket. lists of Jim Brown Richard games Monday night Wins For TwinsWASHINGTON aCllna 1111 Wookly rf til
baseball diamond and slugged It Nan a ttllllauk rla 41 It
fought to a draw In a 10-round Free tickets for the Tuesday James Ron Chandler Hugh will see Fort Lauderdale at MI- with Coach Charlie Lyle's Nirte p 5 010 Apn'm1 III 411 I
1 Hardm Gene out ..11.... Cl' 4 t t. WvIIn d 4 1 1 0
I Voss Tom Rudolph
Beach
also available ami. Orlando
bout at Daytona at
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Friday night.
opener
Kathleen Red Devils coming out Male M 5 5 5 5
f I Bill Newton, Richard Lakeland at Tampa and St. (AP) Tony ble and a homer into the mezzanine 7.6. Chimer I = : I/: : le 2101IOINSo

\ I I1I..d' Geminlanl, Colin Koeer. Tom Petersburg at Sarasota Visiting Oliva' first major league home In left. the Kathleen victor: now Is ... overall T..... Ik Mill 1111 Tata* MlltlRan

I BOWLING. Meihershagen, Jay Pressler teams will be reversed for Tues- run. a blast over the right field The Twins added another run and 5-7 In the Southwest Florida &- tor. teller. hi lm/ bOr.undn0'ate J
for Ctonlnoer hi Imf (-W.
Ken fence the first lo15t
Kinared and Napoll. on pitch of the
day night's games. Conference while Coach John Bond In Ithi .-Ren for Runneio in KMMiiweuko '
The rest of the team The league, one of the oldestin 10th inning led the Minnesota in the 10th on a walk, two- Mack's Santa Fe Crimson Hawksare ooeauiNa .. "
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;Catchers: Roy Renfro and the minors, was started in Twins to an 8-6 victory over the base throwing error by loser 7-4 for all games a-N_. PO-A-Mllwoukee 2...

BenN rolled S S20 u0. Inth. HMh Siam ..,Iou La.nd O.n.ralH. James Leyland. 1919 and reorganized in 1936 Washington Senators Saturday. Steve RIdzik and Gerry Zim.merman' The winners spotted Santa Ion 17.II. DP-BolllfH and Torn Monk
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Nonleretles LN'ue .t the Lob. e Ul 2571. I Torre end Oliver. L0 -MilwaukeeHoutton / 14
f tuna Laura for Ul3.d"r: 500 or lotion H.ah Ine.v,dual lama.. B. R.aek. '21. Infielders: Ricclutl Anderson MacDonald said it has the The Twins overcame some single. Fe a 44 lead before breaking 425KooOA
OnOn. Uio .ilue'a High Individual' eer <> I.. Comb *2T. .
hlttorj tn.lud:1: In her .., .. .... 10* 0""" Carrier Don Pepper Bar- finest ball parks of any league long distance clouting by Chuck Dernie Allen blasted home I Into the scoring column. A wynn.Runnehj. HR-Solttn. Aemnwita >

I ..m..1 111I. 180 sod 146. Tcck_. Comb 1021, .R.. 1001 Willie, J.*..WnN01 2t1' _.. 2011 CM.J. rie Williamson Gene Smith in the country and all parksare I Hinton and Ed Brlnkman Hinton -runs in the second and fourth four run rally In the top of IP "a ,? | |0Ckmlnaer

i 'OWU.ITTI'Wan Lift JO4 o. Qrooner, JOJi' W. Montaofntrvll Outfielders: James Miall used hit his first home I sixth sent Kathleen out UO-17 1 4 1 2 1
S. Imith, llli H, wrllyt llti 1; as spring training run two innings, for the Twins, giving the 055(It t I t t I INlokr
f I I i. tana PrddTi 'Wdl.to':,,,::;. ill U5 Bl BIMahn L. Comb. . 2211 A. Strollo. U4 S John Faehr, Bill Voss. bases for major league clubs triples to deepest center and a him three in three straight I front 1I -$. : .1 t t tJohnton j
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.. <. .klp'. 1II\o1 Furniture Anrrlre. .tie M l | IM. S.RItS The team is managed by Each team must carry nine 410-foot fly to deep center times at bat. He homered in the The contest was a slugfest -Pceo I man In mxH

OM StOIIS| ., In L. Combo I1T Al Federoff. This I Is Detroit's rookies, with a limit of two vet Brinkman had a single dou- eighth inning Friday night. I Santa Fe banging out 10 hits P-By Clonlntor (Po>), IV JonnwiMethewt
sandl Htmio ego |.Ilr.SOl ( ). WP-CktnhiMr. PSSaWSal
1'"U" STARklTS Won tool second year of backing the erans-who have played major MINNSIOTA The Twins had a 6.2 lead aft and Kathleen collecting 11. U-,""'. ,. Jackawtkb Crewtord
ITS O. .t WAIHINOTONab
Band Hamlo. Ho lao: fin tune. 2.|. Motet Lah.I."d Oulf QporN Service Ho... 755)n' .4fitV ,'.. club. In '62 the team was back. league ball for more than four r h bl I .u k M er five Innings but Brtnkman I Robert Stanton Mike Alien- Ver... T-l:II. A-tJSO,

'"Spit":*'Helm lo... S.S-10 OrteeWtrnork 4 3.. Oon..1.to'. P,,T"lth.n.Mria Co. 12 I1V1 .Nth. ed by the San Francisco years, The player limit of 23 Power Rolllni Ib Jo SMI Silt Cottier Srtokman tt> Mill I 0 0! and Hinton hit back. to back,burger John Stanton and

Rom orotrfond. S-7-1:, Brownie 3.10 Jr. B"Tiam, ... : U' CUM' Giants will be cut to 19 after 30 days. Olive: dIll Nina H 4111 homers to lead off the Senators' George Muehler all had two hits
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rare Luntlord 1-10. | 3.10'1 ............_....,bl.. .:._1171... .huh Haoron I..Kuhn.."., 1521.... Attlee KII[lebrow H 1111 Skowrrn Hunt cf Ib 11 lit I 0! sixth In which they scored three each for the losers. Tony Silver' LA Bows 3.0
tolltt Jlody Covtr. 2"Tl lost. Sa.o. and Ken Hedgecock pacedKathleen'
Mildred Ttte howllnt on the Nontlcd 0 0 "L.urf $ 010 ,
.. runs altogether.The .
land Frdtrel Bavlni Loss teenpicked .I.e1..rl 055N 1OMingo lye Kuhnt rottrati I It 41 lit .ttev 1 111 I bZimmer 1111 11.hit attack with
up Ibo 5.7.1.10 anUtTTWILIO.MT II.iron ttunna I.I.10.| Dorton RabttI . Sports Slant cC.bo 111 I Irumlev t 1 111 Senators tied It In the safeties each. I
I 'I,T,10, I.It, It 111 Jo... ."....d.a. dH.1I 1000 Kennedy: 1010 three ,
Won LootJVrlda .i. 11m'""'.. t 1011 Stenhoute I 1 I 10 eighth on Hinton' triple and Right-hander Doug English
Calrlrt . 01 !7 On 1 Hitter
Him taam amat Loco Ino TMM ertellot it Sill Narum
S liteen Skowron's but double
Rosily : 79>4 40 > .oh team atnooi Motco Quit ....., 1 1 10 4 I 11 ivelenltno 1110imen single a In relief of starter Gary Sawyer,
: Brute W bb't Uwd Cart 7]'' 4J'{ 2Iat. (Continued from Page 1-D, Cols 2-3)) p lilt play prevented further scoring
: "nrtl Rhtll C-rvlr. 11 41 H,oh Individual lamoi Allot Oalo and Duckwortn p 0 010AnNo was the winning pitcher.
tons tama tndlrldual, J.attU Clkrtai7 l.tty (pianola. 1MM I til *eLeoeert lite ATHLI.N 555 M4 I-? II 1
a .oh individual) aorloti otty to>1n.I. dollars to set up such a facUlty since Winter Haven will tG"n, 10005mztt I 1100 SANTA PI .. '' M4 010 1-4 10 4 Los Angeles (AP) Huge
Clart- Ptpo" 1010 .
Nlih Mrtai Individual. JoaitH p awvor, Rnollth) I4> and Rrownt Rtentm ,
d'III 687. 01.P'NDU" have to start from scratch. Milt M | II 7 Total 14 IIIGrounded LEAFS DOWN Millian <*) and AntiOuraorGATORS Frank Howard beat out an Infield -
sum. t...... noire D51r1ro 061HNS '" LIAOUI out for Nervm 'In !m> b-MII
10,1.. ".... VN4A D.UISs Won LNI As for the housing situation they're In better condition Inns double pley for Rotiar In Nh, c., hit with two out In the

S74.Split Mildred Tttte, 1.1..10.OI.rl. ISIS I.d.r.l H.10oo:.Ins: .:':. ::: M lad {14 u4.Thrfty than we are here That will be no problem as there are Struck out for DUCk-'" In Ill I dfeuleoout WINGS 4.2 LOSE l ninth Inning Saturday night
a Ntlton. Iris Merlr Alban ,....,..... be .. for McCabe In imi e-Plied out torArrlM
Dunt ta,. S...10: Mtn> LIp4.0. WanHa Dunne .Tiro Co. " Ml* 0154 motels to burn over there. It's the facility that is the big I In tin.Wlnaotala I ATLANTA AP ruining a two-man no-hit effort
Wtericrkrr S-10 mol ..T'WIo3i 7R : H,00 0.5, Samos bikeIns; 071., And all of in Polk lit in tat t-l AP Third ( ) Georgia by Jim Maloney and John Tsl-
ilh t Halaler I MU Mar Nah Siam SSrI I TtnISn 110m.. problem right now. us County-even we waiKlneto* tot Ml III t4Brlnkman DETROIT ( )- period Tech put a crimp In Florida's
(lions I.l'i.: Brhnelritr I In.. .".. here in Lakeland with the Detroit Tigers-should realize this goals by Andy Bathgate and' tours In Cincinnati's 3-0 victoryover :
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4 7 t S I; tture Htan Huh Individual ..mei Mary Zytka ( Sidle POAMinneoote30IX Southeastern Conference baseball
t-T, 10Nieh can and will be a vital tourist boom for the whole county WiiftlfMtM, JO-7. DP. ,.. Allen Frank Mahovlich gave the Loa Angeles
SM OAMIJn Individual wise Mary Svaaka end Powor Alllton end Allent Plelt' championship plans yesterday
ntte 'bandy, 217; LO.IUIL 224.14urt. 10, It Is very possible county equipment and labor could bo and "Power ...... to CO",.,. LOS.Mn-! Toronto Maple Leafs a 4-2 victory beating the Gators 4-2. i The lumbering I Howard'sscratch
Punneva. SIC ITS GAMS<
tn vnina* Miry Butler, l4| Ann Mrri..n. 112: used In the construction laying out of the field and levellingof neKrte t, Woenlnaio. ..... 42B over the Detroit Red Wings, The defeat dropped Floridaout single was the only hit
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Irinkmen AI. IS Minion 1 HR
Pollv Trltrltr .
Winds WI dK.krr 198 It Rob'mon ITS off the two Red .
. 101" La ira Cons 111: Je.ri.lt. ../0". Rlllio Bell 4.SI Mee. ....... the ground so the only major cost would be the stands Alien lit .,IIIk_... Hlnton Ollva S Saturday night and tied the of first place In the Eastern righthanders.
ClsntdlOlt Miry Thomao It*' Marie 1.11 Many Kenmaryk. I tl (volyiCooper. Nuns (P.Mee..... Stanley Cup hockey playoff finals Maloney pitched six Innings off
n""....", 'HI Mid Rirubhar. 117 I.111 005m.14 t.7.It.Mary and dressing rooms. All these matters should and must b. IP H" s* si toStloman Division as it left the Gators
PhrlllRoditrnbrrry. IM J'an BtUe. at two each. I no-hit ball before giving way
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1114; Phjlll Rodd.nb>. IM: M.rll.nPrhnnldr 111ria inks, 111. deckled In the Immediate future so when the Winter Haven .. .. t t 1 1 ItArrlM midway with a 7-2 SEC record comparedto due to a side Injury. Tsitouris
t 1(11( Mtrlo rtunnawai discusses with Boston officials .. ..... t 1 1 Bathgate's 45-foot shot -
Hlti, 111 lUle Bweat UOi Ruth POLK IMP.RIAL LCAOUC committee officially the I II Auburn's 8.2.OSIDAY. the ,seventh
: W, ... .S t t 11Stenout the third I came on starting
Hm.lrr: 10; Warns Llnd, 17 Pnllrnun. Won Lot Ploit : through period
., 171 Fran Bnwdrn, l 70t Alas a. MaoAtohalt CurS . . . 11 1s spring training problem It will have all the answer 1-0.::,.,. 4 14 I J the Leafs ahead and : and didn't allow a hit until tJrJW.ard' -
Cameron, 171. rot Bhult. 17S 2. ttrolioeI. . . 74 .0 Carom ..I t t 1 I put Maple 'OHn i
Bell Plumbint . TOMi IJl* The time for the committee is now. Right now! And i Duckworth"": :: : IIRidi Mahovlich put the game out of CLavlLIIND "' ............. .,.m., grounder
I .. ...,..., . 42 (2 we around the county should seek to find means of assist k L. .. S 1 0 "... Ii .,a.Mtle' 111 hYadNMa.,Clncltnttl AM 300 000 J 4 Iat
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DAVISON LSAOUR .oh, teem oerleti Boll Plumb'no. If ItH Paced t'.t In lull, :'taca.., : men hitth reach at IS:09 u he knocked In won i 5dh -._ arse SNbr 111- ADI.M : 000 AM OOU=4) i tUaleur
win Loot .oh team oemei XII Plumbing, IT]. Ing the City of Winter Haven In obtaining this key tourist Bob Pulford's rebound roe 115 Ar nfmn SMVINd.. .1 Taltourli I <7J and Jfd.traiKaufai.
Poole MIIoNinn 14 14 H,eh Individual .r,_ Bob Mourey. on a MA50PVRT, Sarm.ny .art I1 Ptrranonkl sal and RoMbora.
Astsuntnl . ." . 31 ItCh..I. J..1oI T..h. .U.N5n attraction.. Those Red Sox: will really attract New England ;111101.... U.I'A./I./ U.I, Drum 1.n abx t,... Ana..M W-Malonar li-H L-KooI.1 tl-ll
..,I Meintonano >l UO..I.n. ....'rI4Yi1 .._, II" Oboon. nand. DI Muro. T-III. A.I60. breakaway. MNMWe.., .:. j..rn.5ri S..Iw1KIO.; Homo run Clnrlnatl, : J< hnion C::,,_
. 75 It 271. license plate And the Impact will be felt in other cities besides

Non mmei..,...,.Charlie... 1(1 Wt",5., 74715hnnd Joe ...,tad.10. *POSt OAM.t Lon.l. ..... III'' Winter Haven. It's a county affair and where county "" .... .. '
tenon Charlie WI""... 101' Sob M..... 20. 2011 Carl M....." J,.. \ ; ,
Rhonda Ralettrerl, /, 4TMO / b3N ..*.1) -....._. 100. 7n, loonThorn. help can be used It should be wherever possible to cut down $ .',' J
a..... U4 Prenk WUMn. 1OII Ml
CharlloWlnmt' 14T| fleorvo W..,- A.been, 111) Jube Task, 201. 111.INTSR the major expense which will have to be handled by Winter .
In1an 5... Haven citizens "
In OAmtHioh CITY LSAOUI
"".nd. ..,."..... hq.s w." Loot But nothing can develop until something official Is doneIn ,
oo tiaitCharllo a. .....imercial P_ . . . 78 44
W,,,.".. Ml. _. w..jn Rloctri" it .. Winter Haven. Next month might be a month too late
1. .1144 H\o\
HA.'ID HOU'IW'VI'w' 4. L1.'. Suntan4 .. /1 54HMh For winter Haven Is not the only city In Florida seeking a
-.. tool ...... w'1, WINas .......1.. tnLN.ah
Hot thattTho If. Him ..mOl WI.on lint.. 571. major league club. Ft. Pierce Dunedin Tarpon Springs
{. S .toooto . It I Him. 'Indrdual, Sons., Tan Tn...... 555.
1. A II.. Outtort 14 S 0,0" In"vdu.1 sass Jun Hunn. Venice Miami Beach, North Miami. Hollywood Melbourne

4. Oomo.oh toam.tamai Hot Shut 14. M] IH M.. toO GAMnSsa Daytona Beach Leesburg, Winter Park to name a few.

Utah team tor.001 Hot 'holt. lot*. Willi...... 'MI hm lI.whan. Some of them have had clubs and
H.oh Individual' ..m.. ....'". Hall/ M4. Ill, Tom Thum. Ill, flit DalletCloyd major league before
i 10. ; 5011 Ley Heuoh, 2Ol *en (tan some Just missed getting clubs In the Immediate past
Miah Individual aarlau Neville Mall.' ley' Mli Jim Huntamaer. .., Bruceernoo.
455. Mil Charloe Veaeey, 114| (.', Action Is mandatory.
17' east T....Ss., 1401 Id Porooh. IU PeMloitnor
NwiOi' Nall 110. .... llli John peltten, ash And falling In the Boston effort Cleveland I Is still a pros
S th/lh. 101.
ROPPIS KlU too ...?. pect too Winter Haven must take the official step Then
Won Loot Tarn Tkur" 544. Ioto '..,,,,... ..., t
I. Wood Craft MlI 41 J.m Huntan._. 120 Jon abrWn. the county must help where it can. It would be quite a 'f a7+t it
.oil Plumbmi IMI 71 41.
loud Town 101I N feather in Folk's cap-two major league teams ""
RAM' Aufc Sad. Who 111M u. TOY TOWN
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,all *ama Ind.viduoli Lau Still'. no Won Lot I.
Hail aorioa Individual Lau tt.IIMioh {30. I, lion . 0sa TOL .. ..' , .. ,
*ama tt.mi Soil plumOni. 717.H,0 Tw105..ri ::: :::.:. : : IT! 02 Short Sport Notes ;,.\ i. '
alms _.... Sail PbwnSiOl. . . : . \ ,
176 125 -
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"KM aAM.La 1t..oh team; i.rliu .eliie, :..' ..m.lit FRED JONES The Ledger' hunting and fishing editor ". 'V''h j

ten, IMi >.. hutt. Mlhi H.on teem ..mei Teddy ..ark .... has an article entitled: "Do-it-Yourself Convertible Camper" i
In east ....'. hah oerMl Burl Houtton 14*. .: f' \ "J' <
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Maria l OuiPlord .' 5011 S.IM ''rn ".n', h..an amoi Jonn fleri, lit. In the current (April) issue of Sports Afield. Congrats to \ ", fj.t; '" "I... .
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177. Pail,.. t'.moM,. 141. women e hioh eerloei 1 Vorn .1. 111 \ ,.
N...I ".11. 1771 Lou 15.1k IPI M. Women hi.h o urns elan .......,'.. tit. Fred. . JOHNNY DEE, new basketball coach at the UnIversity ,>It.1" 1
N.wan. I1) 515.Nttini 20 OAMHJoan .'
ran MO 505.5. 5utS xanrNOi M.ndri., >3i Myrl Baillck Ml: of Notre Dame, has Inaugurated a three-week boxing T -10. r q .
'.10. J.". lnndr. .10, ......,. P pa John florl,, Illl Ben Itokak. lOli ...,1M.n. ) >$I 5 ..."(. \ j
010t Paah.. Vamsa. ....,. lath. Mil, ..* "....",... MS.Vorn program at "Irishville"\ He feels boxing lessons will Improvehis :<,' Vii. :!< >

,.....!. 1 Th.111..Blanche..,.."..Blewetta.I-JO (I tthorTrantuo .T. sal it*. ?*.T"l, WI".. I7iPtullno team's footwork balance and hand quickness. _. ONE 11tr4y\: o. a ;:. f 1 xa+n.PPt" .

S.,. ..., Vemnita. tall S.,..,. But- SMALL CROWD doesn't a poor season make but maybe ,the 1 .
Non 104.telilei ,: : ::1
JOS'S PROS Joan II......'., t.*.l* Vltuttcrmor ,. :' :: . .: > tr :
W. Lift *, S.Itl wall. K_._, ..,. New York Yankees are wondering "What does it take to draw 1: ,14 sllq 1' I.,1. A.
I flutter Butter ,..,. II 1} the fans?" The Yankees drew only 12,709 paid customers on >, / .J
1: Alloy, Cote ........: 44 11I I OLYMPie UMwa t ."!,' : ,'JIt" 4 t-"t "J1'.t,"" ,
Hondouao .. 404 111* Ui for their with Boston smallest opening day ,. ;
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Thursday '
4 flutter ...Nn.... . 705 lVi' Bemar M M opener .t 5: ..w11n. ::f: M I* Oeano ::W...':: ::::: :: M 40Rcoalloe crowd in nine years. The sun was shining and It was a per
I. ..My Lateite . . . M MH Ceremica .. ... .. a* ..1tty'
.." team Oaths M..II.._ 407H a SM 01' M al fect day for baseball. Yankee officials, however point out
i .oh team ....... Handioupt 144*. He0 loam eerieei M50'i'Sprt Sheri
Individual' hioh aamol Vlv Nonoan they had "sold 18,000 in advance for Tuesday's opener which
i all. NI'l'h team tamai _n'. Sport ass.
Individual hleh terieoi. Laura .roy, was rained out." . THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
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%: "talltai Dolll ...dot. S.7.CVPRISS M .oh...,toto Individual,. IM lamet Marnell) Friday sold their 'M and '85 title game to the Columbia RICORD-tftlAKIrK. 'OtM-K.fhloor. S.nlr His* Jchaol It WOO tfc. M..nd Hm* In two w4ii VkjqMto .... >kH Md track

IIAOU. Mien**""individual. 4M. vii III' Mar.aro. lie. Broadcasting System for II.8 million\ per game. That's double *.1.! v.urHr Ito....'. Viiq.or. was. <...gh In Hit oxt ThunoUfHarnoMi m... pl Toll .......*. H. will b. ...*"4 t* rk*.. hi* .,.....,,

t I IM won Loot M. .........,ITS tanl,AM.S llt> M. Saym.nd.I the 63 rights . THC DENVER BRONCOS got defensive tl Auburn1. !* II M itlhhJ. a r*<*** in tK* Pent I I.. the Sa.tIt.... FUrW. c...*_. Track To.m*...ont ..... '....*'

J 1 I.. ,..M' .,4OAi/0.01.01,'e Barber the* 14 III* 10 504* III'talitel' ,... BWMrry B. Knewlet IT(., S Itl .. 115.I I back Willie West from Denver for John Sklopan and the draft County High Sckol Track sod Field Ml. In ,h4* *r right K* Tkunday .. Uk W.tn. (ILt4,., Machine) Gun c...". Phot

4. Auto.Ownero Intureno* II* 11'M4. berry Chandler. S.,Itl J-lt.Tea He/eh, a.lit Louito rights to Leon Mavity Colorado University grldder. . . .l*.n Ik* .., .t 12.r"t, I-Isch. Th. old work wt 12.feet ores. ly Htif>*i)
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o ec l'r' 1R ( Scrappy Federoff Leads Y | LAKELAND LEDGER

Hospital Nine WinsThe



r. Lakeland Tigers For '64By shut out Women's Lakeland the Publix Softball General Supermarkets Team Hospital


; the team season 12-0 Tuesday.In Its first gameof

3 Opal Mann with a line drive
JACK SLAYTON Federoff finished say hoping your pitch- e. T1 ? !w single pushed in the first two
Ledger Sports EditorIf career in '59 get the ball over the runs sparked by a' 270-foot

color Is the answer to a of the American They're so often wild home run clouted by shortstop
successful operation of a and Atlanta of level. And it takes Karen Kuhns. Shirley Jeffries
Po ci minor league baseball club League. In 1960 for them to acclimate was winning pitcher.
the Lakeland Tigers of the Decatur in the to organized base i The hospital team Is managed -
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Class A Florida State League west League for There's all the difference ii i > J.. by Joe M. Scholz and coach
and in 1961 he > '''' ) :/d : .
ahould be a resounding suc world between playing .. 'r': .. , ed by Marion, Blackwell. _
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cess in '64. ager at baseball and organized f' I. 1t I"
the Class D ;

Piloting the Detroit the Tiger Lakeland den la packof Al 'League.62 He next biggest problem .. ,, 'O.,, ,. ,.: ,.

Federoff a former memberof season and us is how to get

the Detroit Tigers and o.was* the manager- of to adjust his OOF-Skoron GI44..... I, lift ono1 kor ilitor, $.(.*, 3, both HARD

and manager expressions.of volatile He moods The Federoffs. ,.to Here playing organized(Federoff ....1.. t* bald II' the 9-poHKo' block ko.. their lathe cokl will.41shi.g .
manages 16-year-old son u koipkoNi pit Lath .f Ukolono Tko able
to bunch or* douiktors
a of
like he played: All out and let yearold daughter In Tiger of M,. ...d Mr. J. W. Ciddoni 741 Wlnfroe A...
training at Tiger.
i the Devil take the hindmost.
in Lincoln
Park.
) he's Just one of
Federoff was signed out of probably won't ,many
to beatinsuranceR.rvlc.d
Nicklaus McDonald
Etna, Pa.. High School and this summer young the players from Quits by thousands -
nation. At home he
STRING OF BASS-Cory Robbins loft, and kit lather J. L. I came up in the Detroit sys close of schoolIn great star and the Souchak Tied OCALA (AP) Cary E. McDonald of full-tim.s .
Robbins of 1901 S. Lincoln, hold .., the shine .f 14 bock kott tern. He played a half yearIn high the townsfolk. ", .n. Contact mo
It's
the tw. ....1... cougkt while fhklng pkotphafa pit south of 1952 and later was traded played football a For Lead resigned Saturday a today!
problem to make him
(.Inland.. They mad a fly rod end kimblo b.. for hit end fished by the Bengals. Subsequently and attended he' 'Just another I basketball coach at Ocala High
out of The '.it W.ll. I he spent a long and successful versity of a year. good School. McDonald said he wanted CM".U! "DOC"
without killing his HOUSTON (AP) Jack to devote time to his NARRIIONBrow
Infielder
career as an in track? ., he was more [i ,
the Pacific Coast League. The "They had ." so much he's Nicklaus. the pre-toumament'position as executive secretary Olf,lot Park..2..dm... a
FISHINGHUNTINGPhotos r'" scrappy infielder was noted terfered with favorite who trailed by nine of the Florida Athletic CoachesAssociation 11 M. tsaOMlSTATE
for his speed base stealing Like all about what kind of strokes after the first round, his duties at Ocala
ability and hustle and desire. lower minor he'd like to manage fired a second straight 66 Sat- High School and his family. He FARMPRESEASON -
Proof Only the bat kept him from clubs Federoff is stared at the ques urday to tie big Mike Souchakfor [coached 10 years at Callahan g.. AswW. MNacs t1.NtMN r....... )
realizing his goal of being a with daily as if he were stark the,54-hole lead in the $50,- and seven at Ocala. hits! : IiNNIIIA' BUS
regular major leaguer.But The Class A- mad. "I'd like four |000 Houston Golf Classic.As 1
the hustle and desire winners and eight the second round leaders
Of Good D-Job is one of
Catches have helped him in handling ficult in baseball. .350," he growled faltered, Nicklaus posted a 76-
young kinds for the Bengals. "What li the what I mean is do you 66-66-208 and Souchak the 1959 SPECIAL

After a long period of play In part of managing a running team if you {Classic champion collected
By FRED W. JONES the Pacific Coast League A. or D, level?" players who are ca- rounds of 71, 69, and 68 to move Auto
Fhhing-Hunting Editor of utilizing speed?" Into Sunday's final round five KOOL S\
Thafi the Ideal under par for the 7,233-yard
Ai we reported Friday, Doug Jennings reported they'd You can win a lot of par 35-36-71 Sharpstown Coun- I IV Air
had some "wonderful": ihellcracker fishing over the past week' in the minors on speed, try Club course. KING 1 1 ILL I
end. But he adds "It has slowed down some today" (the to take the extra base Nicklaus had begun the third Conditioner
middle of the week). on the other round at even par two strokes 1
The catches he listed Included; "Arnold and Jerome Royce mistakes. That would behind Souchak and three behind Let Us Air Condition Your Car . .
of Lakeland-20 bus; Dale Rogers Ccnton Ohio-8 bass; kind of team"I'd like to the first place traffic Jamof Get Ready For The Hot Weather Ahead . .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert if I could. Don January Billy Maxwell
Hagy of Lakeland-14 bass. '
"By count of catches in boats, we had 3,000 shellcrackers a'v current edition of the Buster Cupit and Ramon Sola. Reg. List Price $

over thepast weekend. Here are only a few of the names: Tigers has speed in Nicklaus and Souchak were $289.95

0. C. Bass Hoyt Bryant Ivy Smith Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Mc. spots. and Federoff potentially hopes one stroke up on Al Geiberger, NOW OnMUM! Installed
Kissath Eddie Forsythe. 26-year-old Californian who tied

"Morton Ruthedge, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham Mr. and that combination season but in.is : Sharpstown's course record witha 33 / % MORE COOLING . AND HERE IS WHY
third round 65 to with
earlier
go
Mrs. Bob Dansby Kenneth McGrane, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. of the power in the rounds of 74 and 70. Twin Squirrel Cap a Rkooitot Switch
Fallin, Bob Read, Bob Hasklns, Hollis Sherrouse and son. The foursome that shared the Bl.wt" a Larger Coll Thou
"When the shellcrackers leave the beds the fishermencan thing I know This is 36-hole lead at 139 meanwhilehad S Tkirmoilor Control Most Air Condition.
go back to fishing open water with regular spin tackle league and we're go trouble with the windswept For Comploto C.,
and live worms for a lot of sport and good fishing. . ." have to be sharp to win course under a blazing Texas e Mognttlc Clutch Cooling
And we have another group of pictures of good bass I hope we can." sun. Open Year 'Round To Servo You Better
catches made in Lake Parker from George Williams at Wil fans will find out
liams Brothers Bait and night when Lakeland
Fishing Center.
with >HA VA,
Of the fishing there George says: "I guess fishing has fans Tampa.can get It's tickets free MORTGAGI LOANS BENNIE WHITTEN'SAuto

been good all over and we have had our share here too. This Lakeland Tiger office rim MORTGAGI CORP.
is especially true for those who fish the grass line and in the Field. Of FLORIDA
There
weeds. tickets are I .. Ph.n. MU .-HIT t>k.....4 Parts & Service
at The
Ledger aa5vte. a ow Rua u.
"We have a couple of photos of.Nancy Huff and her son. IN R. IINI/. A... II I 410 S. Florida Axe Phone 682-3115

On 411they had a 4% pound bass. And on 4/12/64 they r
bad a 4'/S pounder and a 2 pounder.

Details Available On Summer Camp"If ENTER THIS

she ever got to fish all day she'd have a limit string i
I know) She says she Just stops long enough to wet her hook DAZZLINGRAEFORD' "
on the way to workl I C' .

Mrs.. Walter Drlgger again this week came with five
,, up. : :
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nice bass "
caught at the Moose Club canal and later that afternoon -

.fished again and got three more weighing 1. 3, and 2 I
n J' "'I I.. CONTEST!

R.M TAMPA...., aN SAY"...TID... .'"... ........"."355.W..AMII......1 5 we.. .".._.. 5 Nkh.."'.1 tItI wta..,'.".'.'. ..'.'.'..'.'.' AL riDERO battery."I'd I
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pounds each. (The photo shows the first five were all beau. _

ties. Anyone who doubts there are nice bass in Lake Parker r
Rochelle Girls __
should see those in the pictures.) Boys

"The fifth photo shows Ray Smith 526 Nancemond Ave., fe r

with a fine bass (no weight given) caught on a cane pole and { A
a bream hook in Lake Parker. Capture Howard ire I {r 4 .I b

"We have had some very nice bream brought In-as big 1

as I've ever seen-but very few specks except at night. Cat.

fish are not doing much but are running real good size. . ." OCALA Rochelle's Panthers, 14th annual Howard ,
fielding a girls' track team for Negro Relays JTIBC
If any of you are interested in sending your boy or the first time in the school's history The

girl to camp this summer for a week or two, you should now swept both the boys and SIM! points to 30/
ask Art Runnels of the local office of the Game and Fresh girls titles here Friday in theo.u and 25 points for :

Water Fish Commission for full details on the Commission's Deaf and Blind 'i.ir I
N r.d ....", a. _..." rii, t. Mir. of Rochelle
Youth Conservation Camp program. .5.11 1511 .. L.ttmel.. TnuA. Hayes
Art, the local Information and Education Officer can fur- ..r.Mil-v.d. ....|...ttl.*>ri.. WN..r(".... T.'.10h..rt"Wlri., broad Jump mark of .

nish you with a booklet giving all details and can give costs ..IN,..iall rad. .N-raN Mu1 .. ......,.. (.......". In the boys'
etc. .iha.. &.._ .W."I, .. ._... : 1
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a. D a T ... chalked I
The program In addition to giving the youngsters a chanceto ..... WI' a. ....1.. oak L O/INN I !
.. .... points to 42H for
IMII ''.
camp In the Ocala National Forest for a week or two includes Read '."I.. D.I. "''''-
.mat Mar' HMMK Tallahassee 28
wildlife tours .Instruction In archery, firearms safety NIa.. fhama. .on ov.0.1/114". 22 for ; ; I
hunting, boating swimming etc.Quadrangle I** ,.,* dais .. McltaioM IL TI. t.
O,-."***" I&.GII *. *,"*" IN7.0i. /. High; 21 for )
"ila'rvm I. Vaunt (tT>, Kin' (D>. for D & B; and ,
I Wins cw Td fsa.*.st.INo ..tUa IHIi S. >Mvwi
'varal Man I. Tall.h. ratal a. The Panthers won
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.N.rNd ....., i'I Nairn. iL Tit I. lay; Roosevelt
::1 oocMemorial RaceNEW Nalwo Illi( a. MarrK if>. T.."'. Y
W 440-yar4 nap" .. '.11."._ S. the shot put and
I e..N.wd..I 1. f__... T-1410.
... .._ . .. the high for
runl I. S (O)| *M4l Jump
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'ITli a >a PI.. T-l 07 I.arlnt .
YORK (AP- Quad front and Mr Brick was unable .. chelle firsts
mMWy Mart I Oana! lll.i
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rangle served notice Saturdaythat to rally In the final yards. ..tM-vartf...... IN tfaahi,. ...5.....DVtlliama IP>. ION. S. with Mrs. M. L.
Is far Roman Brother ,..., ... T.tlm.T .
the Kentucky Derby ] came from off MN 1 Nm c. M
_. e.aN. N.kaallNMNNNI. 'with the girls' team. ) ; ;
from a two-horse race as he the pace to take the third mo tF L.H.......,.. T.l1. J/
avtt t. Pualt lilt S. Patrick
withstood a long drive for a one- ey. After Traffic came Chief tan, (I Til S. MaraV (5)>1. O-4J'iVV'. !
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D. I. Lett IL TI' -.tIt <"" Harris i ..j .
Mr. Sacred River Knightly Manner, a 0..h (5). 0..111" ;
half length victory over ......
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wan W.a Inr. ..t. Lan t. . . '
Twice As Gay and Timbeau in _. .. .. . -- I
1.I) Jrumvi sal D.
Brick in the 40th running of the order H.." 1. .........N5N t. State Net Win
$89,250 Wood Memorial at Aque w"h1o1" ... s. RNi.NN_SLY)._N.nw'. Win"a

duct. GAINESVILLE ( this fabulous luxurious
Harris of West
Running as if to show that
Forest Hills won the
Hill Rise and Northern Dancer! school boys tennis $15,000diamond summer wardrobe ofRaeford's

will not have the May 2 renewalof yesterday with a
wardrobe!
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the Derby to themselves.) victory over Dacron-Worsted !

Quadrangle went the P/4 1 miles II) Tampa Plant. (necklace, earrings & ring)
Harris was the ((2 pairs of slacks, plus suit)
in 1-5.
1:49: I in five divisions of
Mr. Bide, who set practically! girls' play who
all of the early pace was 1% straight sets.
lenghts in front of Roman n dy Wendy Overton CHANCES TO WIN! PRIZES WORTH $400,000

Brother, who had 4'/J lengths on Beach Seabreeze
Traffic. I seeded Anne Need Is A little Luck We invite you to a dazzling contest, dramatizing the cool luxury

The time compared to Bold Seacrest M, 6-0 to 2-ply Dacron-worsteds American-made tropical fabrics that are the envy of the

and Ruler's the stake track record mark of of 1:48:1:48: 1-5.4-5 girls' title.CLOSE. TO WIN THE DIAMOND WARDROBE ((649 diamonds In all I) just come Into our store

In earning $58,012.50 to boost| : your "Lucky Number" coupon from the April/ 24th issue of LIFE Magazine (subscription

I his total earnings to 19906950. TOPS only). We have the official list of winning numbers. Nothing to buy, write or solve.
the Rockaby Stable colt paid
LOOP in today I
$IHO, $6.40 and $4.30 I
Mr. Brick choice in the field: f faun. RaaWW.. ntf ottiw I ply D.er..._ritW hbrho
KATHLEEN A I*. fat Hi aalyMlaf! tiNt
of nine 3-year-olds, returned [a lop-sided score ]
$4.10 and $3. Roman Brother ball play in the OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.

paid $3.50.BUI Boys League on NO DOWN PAYMENT
Hartack who previously) Ewell

had won the first two races, had! Cash Feed, 1-0, ..'' UP TO SIX MONTHS TO PAYNr
the son of Cohoa-P5p Bay awayIn ing of Goldsmith USE YOUR BANK CREDIT PLAN riTtfliriI: :
second place as Mr. Brick I r doing the catching.
bounded into a quick lead. '' ell. who pitched for

No more than l'/S' lengths sep-, tossed a 1-hitter In
arated the pair through the first+I|I In the other game LAYAWAY LIJ2.L1ZhZ
But coming! tilizer routed )
half mile.
one around- the final turn. Quadran-l, FATHf R-SON CATCH-J. W. S,.....r otto1 his sss, frisk, koU 15.3.3. Brown was
gle narrowed the margin to oneS .p .... ttring .f 12 Hock lass hay caught wkil fiiking Loko pitcher with D. NOW. A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY 207 East Main Street j
one-eighth of I ..*.,. Th., .>.' blink warmS for hit sad fnktJ out .f Tko er. G. Lawhorn
With
a half mile length.to go, he had his head in I loft Wall., born was the losing NDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL. NEEDED it years of Qntlilj" ; Strvict !. Mes 'In ffti laktftn" Art

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f T.A !Mulberry """ : .i'o{, li I SPORTS OF THE TIMES

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BROOKSVILLE A balk ARTHLR DALEY 250, Is e feet 3 inches tall]

I earned Tampa the Mulberry Bay 'Conference Panthersthe J.T.1iI {f orb tCiin,. has had five years experienc
and-best of all-Is still only
baseball championship here f'rlI NEW YORK Branch
25 old. He the
years was exacq
{day night ai the Panthers edged Rickey.. a masterful manipulator type we needed with site

Brnoksville, 65, for the I title. .Ci who built a coupleof ability and experience.

The of !llernando empires because he was a
Leopards "Instead of a break-the!

I County' were within) a strike matchless discoverer and appraiser game-open back, we got Jame
of the title In the bottom ef / ; of talent as well as an in that same deal for Sam. H.j

the seventh Inningwhen. they : "< "Ii artist at swinging deals TheMlhatma' is much like what we bay

led Mulberry, S-4, with two Af ,' theory on tradeswas but he has more speed H'i

out, no one on base and two ? eminently sound also strengthens us in the one
"It Is better," he said "to
strike on George Stewart. department where we wer
Stewart then unleashed a tt make a trade one year too the worst in the World kick|

triple and starting pitcher early than one year too late." returns. What's more, he's i s

Wayne John unloaded another The reason Ing behind this Is versatile that he also Is in.I Isurance
QUITI A CATCH-'renk A...., hold. up the (-,...".., 4. obvious.
I' triple to tie the score A man still at his In case we are forced i
..."c. block boil ho covght while tithing' Led Gibson. H. tint Dennis McNeal walked and : peak caa command far great later on to yield some of our|

I live .hi"., for boil end. fulled eut ef Th. Ida W.II.I' : the Panthers put on a delayed ; er values in exchange than one backfield defenders
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double steal Pitcher Griffin of who has passed over the crest "We didn't want to let Hurt

Orlando ConsideredSacramento 'the Leopards got confused and of the hill and started the go. But we were compelled tol

I balked the winning run home. downhill slide. No one in football because Washington wouldn't

Johns, Larry Hagan and Don a" (* ( t a l ko has yet compared Well- budge without him. And wel
I' Signs Pact Turner shared hurling duties for ington (Duke) Mara and Allie wanted Stynchula I badly

I \ the Panthers and held Brooks. Sherman of the Giants to enough to make the sacrifice[

Rickey. But they have been If our expectations are real|
Howard
ville to four hits. Wiggs
: With NCAA For Bowl Tilt and Kenny Harvey each had as slick and as resourceful in Ized, we'll have a defensiveunit
their sport as the Mahatmawas
two hits for the Panthers. which will serve us fo
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%; in his. "
SAN RANCISCO (AP-Sac.! be approved for one of the .*OON.VILLI .. O2O'W _* 4 I f many years to come.
(Ito MULeinnv . . DO' 035 a-. S lOr Their latest deal, however, The only one of Rickey'sdeals
ramento's Camellia Bowl and, regional championships "in and. Bohum fees. ".... 12)Rollyson was a stunner, one that left which really backfired]

the National Collegiate Athletic. Sites are under study In the Turns 171 and MeNea' DISCUS IN ORBIT-Soeuoncti ,h.... Lorry Gamble ef the Lokolend Sealer High Droedneughrt Giant fans shocked and dis on him was the Johnny Mil
Association signed formal contracts other three Midwest, Mideasj I mayed. sent that trade. Big Jawn was sent awayl
They darlingof
o'he .,>ni around Ih.t..t left) end htovoo pKote( et right) the dlKUO 136-feet, .',.IIIC.! to
Saturday for the NCAA and Atlantic Coast. the gallery gods, Sam Huff much too early and he WM|
toke tint piece I.I thet event Thurtdoy. afternoon et Auburndele in the folk County High School
college Pacific Coast regional' to the Redskins to have
Washington many enormously productive -
The formal contract was a Track end Field. MM!. Notice Ike discs In ef ,
right-hand (
be upper center photo ef right lodger M. !
football championships to for total named It could work
I Ifirst of business the one stranger years.
order at I
chine Gun c.....,. Photo. )
ly Hughe
played In California capital:'NCAA's Executive Committee Chosen For - -- Andy Stynchula and one mere out the same way with Huff I
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The first game is scheduled: W. W Woods signed for the' Brabham What goes on here? only 30 years old and he had]

Dec. 12 and the second on Dec Camellia Bowl and NCAA president South StarsPLANT Wins Tiger Officials Laud Since the New Yorkers had one of his better seasons in|

11, 1965. Robert K. Ray of lAo University previously traded Dick Mod- 1963.
I for the CITY-More honors zelewskl to Cleveland and permitted But Jerry HiUebrand. his]
Regional football champion of Iowa signed
for the
ships college division collegiate body.
School Planters basketball team, Syracuse Farm TeamWhen their defensive forces er, came on like Gangbusters I
were approved at the NCAA'anational For the Camellia Bowl this ,runner.up In the State Class A would seem to be in a state last season and was a tre- |

convention in January.,regional championship replacesthe playoffs and winner of the Auto Race of disarray. mendous performer as a cor-

The Camellia I_ Bowl was the first 1 NAIA tills game which has Southwest Florida Conferencetitle the Syracuse Chiefsof No. 1 catcher with Don Bryant "What are they breaking up nerman in place of the Injured ]

been played In Sacramento the this past season. the Class AAA International In reserve. the team for?" asked the Bill Winter Now Win
'past three years AINTREE England (AP- been ter will be back his I
All-America forward Mike Australian League depart from Tiger. The pitching staff Is loaded same fans who once had at old
Rollyson was named yesterdayto Jack Brabham won town early this week for theirseason' with good-looking critical of the greybeards who spot and Jerry will move tol
PAR3 ;the 201-mile auto race for Grand youngstersBill manned the defensive unit. the key post in the middle.
TO PLAY the South All-Star cage crewto opener at Atlanta Faul. Jack Hamilton Bob )
Prix cars Saturday after a ter- But doors have been He's bigger, faster and
BUFFALO N.Y. (AP-Quar- play the North All-Star quintet rific wheel with the Crackers, they will Dustal, Willie Smith. Larry trading young.
-lo-whcel tussle
with
slammed shut the er than Huff-but much less |
on Aug. 1 at the Universityof be taking with them one of against
terback George Mir of Miami. reigning world Foster and Dennis McLain all
CLUB RENTALS Ilorlda in the annual All champion Jim the sharpest Class AAA teamsto Giants of recent years. The experienced.
Tla will play for the East took spring training with the
Clark, who lost
out when he deal I
David Harums in the front office Shocking as the was to
leave here (
Star contest since
BEGINNIRS WELCOMI squad In the fourth annual All TIgertown Tigers Tom Timmerman
crashed going 121) miles all Giant fans it
an have pulled so many left Huff
On two starters off dedicated in 53.
Amerka football game here Thursday was Johnny Seale Cliff Adams,
OPEN hour smart deals that is stunned, desolate and In tears
27 it announced Saturday the Plant City five were signed In 1960 the Denver Bears Pat Dobson Leo Marentetteare everyone
June was I Clark Jumped unhurt from his leery of them. One three- For the better part of a week

8.30: AM.-11.00: P.M . _._ .. ._ .. to collage grant-in-aids offer. Gerald from Lotus car, which lost both front under Charley Metro, left all Tiger farts veterans, cornered deal, which would he wandered around the townin
Danley accepted an wheels It Lakeland in top shape and several had brief trials with a dazed state neither able
Junior ai smashed through have spared Huff, blew up at j
Boat Repair Brewton Parker College, straw bales and into the guardrails swept to the American Association the parent club and all are the final moment. Other be- to comprehend nor accept it j
Mr Vernon, Ga., and J. D. Ay-
pennant but the team young enough to make it backto
1Wt hind-the-scjne manipulationshave But when he was encountered]
c4CENTER will attend Lake City Junior
cue It was the third crash of the was full of question marks the big leagues. gone for naught. the other day his natural ebullience -

College.Also selected on the South All meet, all ot the same point, the when it departed Lakelandand "This is the best team I've "We had no idea of trading was coming above the]

lanier nit to the Melting Straight, several additions later in ever managed. beamed Sam," said Sherman lookinga surface again.
0 Star team was Terry and the, fastest spot on the course. the season led to its copping Frank Carswell Thursday at little uncomfortable at letting "I've almost recovered" ha
the All-City ,
All.Western Tampa Conference stand- In practice Friday Richie Gin the title. TIgertown "You can say that go one of his pets. "At said with his quick smile. "Bu;

ther of Santa Monica Calif., But the Chiefs will sport a this is a better team than last the end of the season, we did I must confess that eve
1740 New Fib.lolll"l from Plant High.
Tampa Hwy. out Tampa
o) Cuitom TopiCuitom I crashed: and sustained head and solid roster of young players year' Chief nine. We've got what we always do. We evaluated time I saw a flag at half-stall

686.0613 UpheUterlne WINS TOURNEY chest: Injuries. The other crash with enough minor league experience great speed fine pitching and our team, appraising it I couldn't figure out whethe

I Cuttem WmaMutU : came Saturday In the stock to be capable of play. most Important of all we've position by position. Our chief it was for General MacArthu
Jamie Jackson car
Crook Town
e Cu.,... fetntlni LONDON (AP) -2. race when Mick Clare of Britain leg sharp Class AAA ball but got wonderful spirit. The fellows need was a big back and we or for me.
Enfield 1
k, Golf Professional Harvard's Fiberglassingno defeated Saturday, slammed Into a brick wall. still be considered major welcomed Mack Jones studied the trade possibilities."We "The only good part aho

N. euwunn.. Ph Oil.3114 for the English amateur soccer Me suffered a broken leg. league prospects[ Only vet. with open arms and he's goIng were deepest in detersive the trade is that it happen ,J4,

..- --. cup .--..._ .. -- Brabham drove his self.bulltFormula eran on Manager Frank Cars- to be a big addition to our backs when we got Bob now instead of during i p .'. :
well s roster i is Neil Chrisley. club. I'm real pleased with Crespino from the Browns for son training. At least I'll 1
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car to victory In
ooooooaai rmcrl adoadoooooQOOOO the 67 One player Is not a memberof the progress and prospects of Mo we had added maneuver time to figure out what.
-lap race In 2:09 02.8, an t
El the Tiger system Mack the Chiefs" ibility because we could regard going to do Leaving thegang

I E average Britain's speed Graham of 93.43 Hill mph.was Jones was obtained from Mil) A promising newcomer to Louis Guy as either leaving the Giantsthats '


t ; :' G summer neat E E dell second of In Britain 2:10:03.8.: : was Peter third Arun.and Tigers waukee sent on option Porn Goldy and the to 3rubaker the Tiger, purchased system is from Bruce the flanker we did or to defensive swing a back.deal Tryas fora .held what The out violent hurts"He his hands world hetleesly. ,

Denver in his place. big running back though
Milwaukee Braves
r IJ: Joachim Bonnier of Sweden was The Chief infield will be Brubaker has system. we got nowhere. Then we began Sam Huff is never going to |
EIEl fourth. Hill drove a BRM, Clarka a sharp-break. aim the the same for him againGunderKorxman.
fast afield and to at filling spots
1 young sharp
Lotus and Bonnier ing curve ball, a good fastball
1 can be beat. ElE Bruce McLaren of a New Cooper Zea- with major league potential.At and could be the real left vacant by Mo and Andy
time I saw Styn-
.. land'won first will be Bill Roman, sleeper of the staff. "Every
the International .
who took spring training with chula in action I had been impressed
E sports car race, leading from the Detroit ligers George The club won the pennantIn by him. He weighs
E start to finish In a 2.7 liter '63 but this team is considered -Win TourneyCharles
Smith, who played half a season
Cooper Monaco Climax. His much better at this
with E average I last summer with the parent Roundup Shuffle Gunder and Arthur ]
sped was 9013: mph. time than when the 63 team
D Tipers, will be the second Katzman teamed to win the
l Clark finished second In thrace departed TIgertown Dick Tourney Opens .
baseman and Ray Oyler will Thursday Draw Partner
a l ) E run just before the race Egan, Fred Gladding, Alan
I be at shortstop eGrant Scott Play TomorrowFinal shuffle tourney at the Civic |
0El for Grand Prix cars Clark Koch, Mickey Lolich, John
will h* the third baseman. Center courts with a 93-31 victory -
drove Britain's latest Sullivan, Don Wert and Gates
m / sports 11 the outfield will be Mickey major shuffle tourneyof over Ed Barr and Nellie I
EJI car, the Lotus Thirty, completedonly : Slanlev Jones, Jim North- Brown all earned promotionto the Lakeland winter season Harold.
hours before the start and the Tiger varsity. will tomorrow morning
El rup and Chrl It'Y. Northrup open The winners also eliminated I
: placed at the rear of the field. in "We think this is the best at Woodall's Trailer Park en Gries and ]
a. highly-regarded prospectand I Hilly Ralph Benton
El Clark couldn't catch McLarenin Class AAA team to leave here the New Tampa Highway
'I Stanley took spring drills 35 to minus 23, and Elwood My
6 EJ the 51-mile race, but he set a with the Bengals. since we started training our The three-day "Last RoundUp ers and Robert Leschinsky, 55-1

4 sports car: record for one three- Jackie Moore, released by farm clubs at Tigertown," tourney will be an ama 53
I mile lap of 91.84 General Jim teur doubles affair with Invitations -
!I mph. the LA Angels who bought Manager Campbell Barr.Harold downed Bill Brew.
The Lotus thirty Is powered b him conditionally, will be the declared last week just sent out to all of the er and Ethel Johnson, 60-18.
shuffle clubs In the State of
an American Ford Engine and before the Tigers departed A field cf IS courts was in
has been entered for all the big And it is also one of the Florida. A dance b slated for play,

EIEl sports car races this season Frances Singer youngest. tomorrow night with a motion
aa picture program on Tuesday
Softball Cards Ace after the tourney play MIAMI LOSES

League Youth Team Scores Any type of doubles combi MIAMI (AP)-Air Force Academy -

Eln a Standings, Scores It's getting so a daughter nation may compete In the whipped Miami HOtf-M'/i

a .- aI I just doesa seem to have 22 Runs In Inning tourney. Play will end Wed today, setting five local track
"
for her father
CITY LlAQY respect any.
nesday. records in the
H -i EJI' S oDaa.u f more Frances Singer of 411 MEDULLA Probably an roc.S1._

I a a *C.h m.th.Ou lM' ':+:.WF<: l 1''i: Palmola Drive was back in alltime scoring record for the
: D EJ sac P.S.. . S 1 Lakeland on vacation from Medulla Dixie Boys Baseball
: 1 11D.
a the University of Florida, League was set Friday night i
: a : :::CITY, IIAOUI. SCOO.IS where 'she Is a freshman. when the Dossey Tigers chalkedup 4y
0 n o Im"* S
a electric air conditioning !I Ia '..AO...a.. II OlVMK Pukl".I e.. So Milton, proud pappa a 36-) win over International

Imtn S Arenas. 0. that he II, took his daughter Minerals Corp. And they turned

aa full D.n..I.SA50.,. li D.v,.I.n t for a round el golf at Inter the trick: with 22 runs In the f

|Heat! warn won't mean a thine to you this sum El: M COMMERCIALLMeSw " . . . i national Yepl011 I Mineral guessed Park. it, second inning to defeat the E
.
a ElEl: J...... . . .". ... .. I Cardinals
mer if you hm electric air conditioning. : : .: ; . Daughter Frances got an act. Bruce Hayes hurled the vic 4 4i
>Uirl n
Ella :. :. She used a No. 1 wood to .
i.
Just push button and you'll stay cool and d l.r'.r rty .iF.W:Yi : : . \ i get a hole-la-one on the 142- Courson tory. Steve homered Brown for and the Tommy win 1

a comfortable throughout the hot months-day a L.s. coMMteiL scour yard No. I hoi. nen

t.n M it n.r I m"th t.
D:: and nightS 1 S,..I.' I*,. TAR Au'..lIturlno i The Publix Braves edged the

U: e your electric dealer about electric aIr iM .,,.....rtli(.. r.:.ct,r,.,Aer..,.....*.. .tL.tohw ttn .: I Blue Seal Pavers, 10-8. Inth- i
.. II T&n Aut a.t.l.h..rM second game of the twin bill
m conditioning-for one room or the whole house 5..I.I.a Ir Mike Hutchison fanned 12 ,and
qCpl Ca._" p ,.car A.rn .. .
-and enjoy living better...electrically! am COMMERCIAL .LOWPlTCMW L f J hurled the victory. Roger My-
J M.. Ptld. I 0 rick homered and Roger Hutch-
0p 0..1 TM.ph.ns 2.In".n""to 0 7COMMERCIAL ison tripled for the .winners.

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Special Installation HIri ... T......... ILOW""OM la. ........"Sc05sa. ... .. Walton Freeman and John
...... Sandbrook homered for the
I II CrMvn.n 4
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0. T. 14 CrMOTlin tr Pavers and Butch Vinson
( "w% 11 '.d..o,4.nb e.cNVRCN .
i {m Allowances During April Q A IOWPITCHr. tripled. 5

...,.. .. W L
; ,
E ....- .. .. ."." t I a Thursday night Steve Brown f
1 sir end inst.ll.tia..Ilow..ce, toil p r.r.l Ch ":, '.'' '' ' whiffed 14 and pitched the Dos
condition1 comfort
f4 E Enjoy a ipotiel prM .';' ,It ., : : .. I / .4
During the month ef April the City .' Lo..I.. .... will pay 'OIl $JO.00 te,t.l. IwM..5.L.IIM... : : :. :: .I 1 iCry.UI sey Tigers to an IIJ win over

lotion ollowoneo if you buy e 130-voll) olettrlc air tondltioMr' one* a $10 I .00Intlollotion Uko 0 1AM the Sunbeam Yankees. Brown.
a .A'nu 0 a
olio wo. e if you ,,,reh... 115-volt unit Your dueler will b.rk.w CHURCH ,A eiowfiTCM, SCORN Carey Blanton and Tommy p Cr
i) M m.tnix ta homered for the
a Counsels win.liens.
a ion.1. ui e cortificote ..r.. Our customer tcrvlce engineer will check theIniiollotlon Le'nd. II. All ..,nto Itrt
,,,,,. ...
C" eouttttioo I Carlos Weatherington
a ..... conditions rJ::: ..__ .
end we will moll your "c. chock luy your new eir 'd r Cry tel k.lio 0.fr
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homered and Terry
.d..t J* All U' It.rkv Candy
::: .. .,... .
a? during April end enjoy true sermons hit lummer.Offer ro n L.k* I
UU for the losers.
.. . tripled
sd0..d IS.p.
n. "I"
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( goed I.. say .,.. served by the Deft ofIlectrie EIr a sLOWptcio
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( m'' DEPARTMENT OF BI Latw.s.ulh..brn Day taint.CMVRCM ; :: U I IW. II
sLOWsites
..._ S ........ ( Lakeland Senior League
EI Electric & Water' Utilities U ..u,.......II..h 1. pu51 M"hWht'is .. IUNKIR John Yehn ef will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow

".lOt...a'w' 7. .5.55.. .Div. 14.558 5. 1504 Ikkmone Rood .holdt ue' at the Florida Tile office.
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CITY OF LAKELAND .,... .. ),.. ..
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WOM... I casks whit fishing e ,..... YOUTHFUL
aI L'.OU'W L' members are urged t. be II | ANGLERS-Mike end Shorin. Sniellweed hold' up

a ; McOen.140.Ml IHM. a .o"I I' photo ft below Mulberry. H. I I prtttnU the block. bens they eeught while. fnhing a ,hOlllh.,. pt .In the AnHJli .

: *unM"m 0 Ir used e live ibis? 'or bad one"lithoe All final details prior le the .. oocpi ..., thow horn.. The bra weighed. total .f T
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LE rRIC1rr. b.JSllillq / r b / t t' living' >uW e. 1 e. t ef T". I.it Well. 1 opening of the season will be I.1.. ..... mod ,
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1' THE MILITARY SERVICE Lakeland Soldier Serves NationAs Sunday,LAKELAND April II.,_1M4D LEDGER. I




| _Lakeland exercise. A graduate of Winter serving aboard the anti'submarIne Bed Making

Army PFC Samuel L Perkins, Haven High School Airman warfare support aircraft carrier Guard At Tomb Of The UnknownsBy Shocks Nurses

IOn of Mr. and Mrs C. D. Perk. Sealy entered the service in USS Bennington, operatingout At Hospital

ms, 2032 Sharon Drive Lakeland March 1961, of Long Beach Calif Ben-
,
BABETTE STEINHAUSER streams of people passed Kenneth's hours are those able Inspections and tests be-

Participated with other nrem Airman Third Class MichaelG. nington is presently operating In Ledger Staff Writer him both the and LONDON (AP) British
bers of 8th day night of the traditional w.tch-rlgld fore he reaches this high posi -
Infantry Division Green of Mrs. L.
son Mary the Far East six ofl The and honor of
units In a week of on months pride a As r guard at the Presi and formalized to the second nurses complained yesterdaythat
annual
training tests held In the moun Green of 337 Ave. "D" SE. Win. duty with the Seventh Fleet. true soldier are easily seen dent's funeral, Kenneth was He is one of 12 sentinels who tion.Kenneth's hopes for a position making hospital beds is a

tains ter Haven, Is being reassignedto She Is scheduled on the face of Lakeland's 18- In the shocking job.
backin
south of the Moselle river to visit the port among representatives of all serve at the tomb, and who guard began Nearly time touch
every they
in Lormg AFB Maine following year-old Pfc. Kenneth Blewett his
Germany ending April 11 of Yokosuka, Japan, In the near Advanced Infantry
The ATT Is a rough and com his graduation from the technical -future. -the youngest sentinel In arms of the service. "I can" work In shifts of five for 24 Training He was stationed at a sheet or pillow, they get a

plete assessment of a unit's training course for United -- history to guard the Tomb of only remember great pride, hours at a time. The guard Fort Gordon, Ga, and was mild jolt from static electricity,

combat readiness under the One oak tree may produce a The Unknowns In Arlington said Kenneth when asked shift, made up of a sergeantand chosen from the men there to nurse E.M. Banfield said In a

most realistic conditions States Air Force telephone exchange million acorns in its lifetime. National Cemetery.. about remembrances of his four sentinels, marchesfor compete for an announced letter In the Nursing Mirror."A .

In peacetime. Perkins possible is- specialists at SheppardAFB Kenneth son of Mr. and awesome duty"President one hour and is off for opening In Washington. bed from which we don't

Tex. Airman Green was Mrs. Kennedy was a three during the day. After actually get a shock Is become
a driver in Company C, 2d Battalion C. C Blewett of 47U Record Checked
great man, and it II at these the gate to Arlington closesat ing very rare" she wrote.
trained
of the divisions 509th' to analyze telephone Melody Lane, reached this
Infantry stationed near Maini circuits and maintain automatic MUTUALFUNDS elite echelon of the military times that a soldier becomes night, they each march for He went to Washingtonwith The Nursing Association, thenurse's

k He entered the Army in June, ''I when he was a mere 17 Now especially proud of his dutyto two hours and are off for al*. representatives from allover labor union, said the
telephone equipment The airman serve the country and thecountry's trouble probably was due to
1962, completed basic training .t a year older, Kenneth's regular The pride behind each Arlington the country and again

Fort Jackson, S. C., and was Is a graduate of Winter duty is walking. the regulated leaders. guard Is well-deserved made the grade. This meant nylon underwear worn by the

, stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., Haven Senior High School, anda 21 paces back and forthIn The President was always Each blue-andgold uniformed that first of all his had to pass nurses. Midwife Hilda Griffiths,
very cordial to Honor GuardKENNETH soldier has passed Innumer the Guards' minimum requirements quoted by the Nursing Mirror,
before arriving overseas the following former student at Cincinnati INVESTMENT COMPANIES front of the grave, and
These include being 6 blamed plastic covers in which
snapping to attention for 21
December The 19yearold Baptist Bible College Clncinnati. -
soldier Is a 1962 graduate of Ohio. WIIILY 'NVIITINO COM &NI" seconds on each end of the feet or over, without faulty hospital beds are wrapped when
posture or bad complexion. not In useAn .
Kathleen High School. NEW YORK (lAP) Wwkly InvMlIn carpet.
Army Pvt. Thomas F. Wright, ConwanI! ilvlnt' tie Ilih. low ,nd CM.. But most Important is the official at the Royal
Army PFC Louie Hartley, son 24 In* bid *.Ie., far m* "M k with bit Unknowns HonoredAs man's record which is thoroughly of Nursing said the
of
son Mrs. Louise Plum- College
of I. J. wales ckMln bid *rK.. All .uotillanii .
Hartley, 1133 Flimming 2017 "'alld' by m. Nallonil, Allocation at Kenneth performs his checked when he applies shocks are "only a slight sensation -
Ave., Lakeland, and other members -mer, Sixth St., NE Win- Swurltio D..l<<.. Inc. ...floc.le<. .' routine Washington tourists Any soldier in the United and not harmful In
of the ter Haven in the nkh Mtvrlttot could Saws tam told any
25th Infantry Division participated 'rev and dignitaries often stand States Army may apply for way."

are participating in Exercise first water tests of the Army'snew lii""h Law riOM Ch.. V transfer to the Tomb Guard
.... watching. This
of
Ken-
HIGH & n 5 U sit '.U 151 part .c _ _
TOP IV, an Army-Navy- M113 armored personnel Advliwi FdAtflll I 4' 7 45. '.12 13* neth's guard duty is designed but as the Guard' sergeant Attic bats are innocent useful
'
Air Force field training maneuver .l.d Fd 5 10 ..71 5 10 S 7. i' says "they have to be good
carrier at Fort Hood Tex., Am a,. Shriun 4 ii 41, 21 437 to pay full tribute and honorto creatures that eat tons of Insects
on the Island of Hawaii. GratIs Pd I.U 3Aa UJ las the unknown soldiers of men to get in and better men .
The exercise, scheduled to end March 23. The new Nehlcle .m iv.itort JO IS 70 44 10 57 N 12 to stay."
Am Mutual Fd World Wa.r, I. World II and
lois
VAlMC 13 1C 14 101UI ,
May 4, began when the soldiers carries a crew of two and 10 F* Trail las lit 1 14 Korea by coinciding guard Pfc. Kenneth Blewett will

were transported by air and sea combat troops and can attain Atom Aun ITTTVW Pease ru Fd 'a.11')II I IS ij III* it sin* 13 movements with the traditional be i In the Army for two more

from the Island of Oahu to the speed of four mile per hourIn &...M..-..-..__ .. symbolism of the 21-gun- years and during that time STOPBILL
Island of Hawaii where they are FiHtd A 5)5" UI 101 4)3 he hopes to remain as a guardat
water (operations. Wright entered Pund I "I vu .e3 .10 salute. COLLECTORS
engaging in live fire simulated stock 4 23 1.11 427 a 57 the Tomb of The Unknowns. ,

combat maneuvers Hartley is the Army last July, completed Oct SPa.I alma Fleet MoO 11.150. 11.71 12.s tim 1271 111.1 tnu Arlington Although National being a guard at As a Tomb Guard Kennethhas JUDGMENTS,

a cannoneer in Battery B, 3d basic training at Fort ao.d.t.cli C.., I I' I If .21 33)5.slsa Cemetery become part of tradition DUNNING LETTERS
Is honor _
Battalion of the division's Gordon Ga. and Is Fund 10 I' 10 01 10 10 303 enough for any sol that dates back
13th assigned to ....... SI Ins 151 iSIS 1851 IS 3.'ytlodl dier. Pfc. Blewett to 1921 when en4
has
Artillery, regularly stationed at Company A, 2d Battalion of the I'yntl U II 14 71 144 I. SI one the first unknown soldier was

Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. The 1st Armored Division's 46th Inantry C.n C.n'dln Gift FiatS'd I..J 11 51 '1IO.3J illS 1151 1.11.IS. lifetime.more honor to cherish for his buried there. PHONE CALLS ON

19 year old soldier attended He attended Jewett Cdn 'n' Or 'd 11 33 II 17 11 It 1231 And as the youngest guardto THE JOB !
C.. LII' Ins III 1050 10 II 10 JO 101. Kenneth
Lakeland High School. i High School and was employedby C.nNI'Y its T, I43 td3I 11.. IUI was among the be chosen for this duty, he I
Robert E. William fireman Atlas Van Lines before entering COassiag PilIdisSal. honor guard at the late President has already set a precedent i DO YOU EARN A SALARY?
.
,
USN the Army, caa"Sill II" 13,1 "lilt 1110 Kennedy's funeral.At in the Tomb's 43 ARE YOU SINCERE ABOUT
apprentice, son of Mr. and 157 110 II? I7 year history i
Mrs Henry T Williams of Route I 0.- tI." 11 IS II ye 1110 the time he was chosen _ PAYING YOUR DEBTS?
spiclit' 1 73 I 71 In
5, Lakeland, is scheduled to Plant City Ch... Pd. sos 7 I l' 7.12 7 is 13 1 1. for this duty. Kenneth had If oousol UMttf"nation ,Sp10Sa'5._ 505 P I..y sell Cl..5010 Se-

Chemlc.1 Fd II" U II 1150 131 not yet been selected to W. H. "BILL"McCOY ..
graduate 4 from
May Electric. '
Armv Staff Sergeant Clifford C.IonI.1 Puad 11'. I' 11 I)24 1315
ian's Mate School at the Naval COlonial Grt..l" 12.. 1271 1111 1275 guard the Tomb of the Un 'OR PsUl IN'OllIlltATIO'
E. Albrltton 31. whose wife Com S. Pd J2. 7.1S 720 7.1' knowns.
Training Center. Great Lakes, Helen lives at 1310 E MaIne Csattmsasa..Kl ,....... I ANDGLENN Johnson Stuart &
111 He is Income 531 1035 10" 13311ttI He was, and still is
S studying the repair a memo
Street, Plant City, Is part of an a GIn 10a* loll issa laos Associates Financial
maintenance and operation of'Army brigade of 101st Airborne 'nv.'m' 11:11: 10JO: 11:11: 1030 ber of the Honor Guard Company SIMS
modern naval electrical S'I_ I 17 15 17.3 1770 173 of the First Battalion , .nn>unM th* ..nlni at
equipment Division paratroopers from Fort Cn.ttma is' via i 171 1 70 I Vt I 70 thwr row ..,.... Service
The curriculum also In- Campbell, Ky. being deployedto Coatmw Yr caD 1 71 I 71 9 71 I 7" 3rd Infantry, with headquarters .

cluded the preparation and use Iran to participate In Exer- Comoo.lI.Cotaossi$. 'd lal C 131.73 5 75 75 ""., I P7 3J. at adjacent Fort Myer, Central Auto Repairs 122 6Hi St, NW.

of electrical blueprints and wiring -clae DELAWAR April 1215. j cstc..d Pvttd IJ.S: 13 44 33 44 137 Va. Before one becomes a McCOY &: SIMSGARAGE WinUr Hines
Cotsoiidat ia.v 0 is I IC I. II 0 member of the
diagrams DELAWAR-Persian for coura- ,COn.um 'nvlS' .17 136 1 J7 11 Arlington Writ P. 0 In 52 *r

Marine Staff Sergeant WilliamE. ;eous is a combined Iranian- ,,Con" 0.11I 55 12 0 guard he must first meet the rrmrly, rn.il L. .." Call CYp.... 4.1111

:. Rowland, son of Mr. and Mr.. U.S. military training exercise Conv"Cs,. "L..5.ci_*' nun. :II 2353 lii: nns.JO 3o.13t requirements of the selected \ On Old a..:::::)M.*hw.y I OPIN" IVENINOt 'TIL I

Letter L. Rowland of 1541 Holly designed to Improve the defense -C.own W.'n O' 5 Ii 5 51 no no Honor Guard Company. \1 IU M,'.. w.., of W._.." A... I SUNDAY 5 A M tn I PMMEN'S .
'II VIals Mat 'd 20"1 557 71.1. BLEWETTmembers Poe vouc CONWUP4IISCI,
Road Lakeland, was promotedto capabilities of the Central Devils, Incants lInt 1101 1101 1171 Pride Recalled I
his Treaty Organization (CENTO) 0.11511 'd 115. 1712 1151 1351 and the other
present rank on March 16 Olv... Gill 111I 5" I 91 P" 5 At the Presldent'i people
He i Is serving with the 12th Marine of U.S. allies Sergeant Albrit- 01,1-s 'invittt 500 Ca3 t14 51 funeral around him. Often, even

Regiment, a unit of the ton and other paratroopers of O.ov"Olvldond PunS Ih" 3054 S 7. 3051 371 "IS III "U 37)) the Kenneth White served as a guard on in a formal review, he would

Third Marine Division at Camp the Army brigade will conduct IlIonloH I. 13 11 1311 IS U 1305 House steps, and stop In front of one of us, I
Sukiran a 1 simulated reinforcement of IlIonaH Ilk 157 1035 1547 1.31 later during "death watch"in show off the chosen soldier
Okinawa. A graduateof I Ioclronlel tnv
4 IS 4 11 S 71 III the \
Iranian forces in the Dezful _.! I'd .317 13.. 13 IS 1317IDUIlV Rotunda of the Capi to some and
the Norview High School area Fy.... .. .. ... .. tol. Here he stood face forward dignitary say, ,
Norfolk Va, Sergeant Rowland li.ii Ii 04 II ii Ii 12 before leaving, "You look .
entered the Marines in November The son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest 1'lcio''G'-'d 151 11 ill 11 51 II 54 at attention, as steady real sharp today" _
31 00 Il II 7730 *2P14
; .
C. Albritton. 506 E. Madison "
1954. TrIad Fel 10 16 iS II 1I1D 11 34Pid "
Street, he attended Marshall My Ill C. I 17 I II I 71 IS Mutual : ,
Army PFC WIllie J. Anthony PIP. .15 III 150 452Pt. Defense Treaty \ ). \
High School. Orowth 53 .
Jr.. whose parents live at 1646 P1. Nut Fd 'I. 54 1.3 433 115 54PousdIr 4 : t
Washington Ave, Lakeland Airman Second Class Franklin MaP 7.3' 731 73. 731Pos.,4u.

qualified as expert in firing the D. Hill, son of Mrs C. L. Hit PrsaOiII...Caitodian"d ,'1.10 11.11 11.0. 11.1., Was Forerunner: Of NATO :\ I Ii

M-l rifle at Fort Amador, Canal of Rt 1. Plant City, Is being Bond Fund 17. 171 In ifl :

Zone, March 28. Anthony assigned reassigned to Fairchild AFB, Com Pd 'Ik Ilk 111 is, aa 070, 171 lot s 11."I By JOSEPH E. DYNAN helped torpedo one design for '

to Battery C, 4th Missile Wash., following his graduationfrom ..u.(111111110... 01 Am 50 14** san 7" I 101 II lIt 7.11 PARIS (AP-Under a low West Germany's role In Western 'fl1 'r

Battalion, 317th Artillery at the technical training 'und.mll lov 110 10 II 1010 ID.2 sky on a March afternoon I In! defense and they have IIII

Fort Amador, entered the Armyin course for United States Air e Gsa_, .loalos lleu.IIIM T, 7.1' 7.11 P II 7.10 1947, Ernest Bevin, foreign secretary -tlnually pressed for a !

March 1963. He completed Force Atlas E. missile facilities A.sO.ci5c* 7 01 7 DI 7 01 70* of Britain, and George French voice In NATO con-I /

basic training at Fort Gordon, technicians at___Sheppard AFB, C0.0m10'ullv Admin 111I ,1111. 11 ,iiai,, .. last.. II ,1443Owtit Bidault, foreign minister o f De Gaulle withdrew much I'I/I'IIII''

Ga., was last stationed at Fort Tex. Airman Hill learned to operate 115.55 vi a' ts ji i. 11 i ii iiGU.'d France, walked through the desolate Franc,'a contribution to the Integrated -

Bins Tex, and arrived in the inspect and maintain sos,,, Pd Mu'MO& 3443.31.33.11 347? 3453 tIp'5311.5D1,143 : ruins of Dunkerque to the command atructure,

Canal Zone in January 1964 electrical systems and equipment I c.p Pd I" .11 5 IS half-demolished city hall and I and there are hints he may IIII//

The year-old soldier is a 1962 at Atlas missile sites The ::= ,,:'dntl I :: = SI 43 :.:: = :"I:,signed a SO-year mutual defense soon demand a' revision of the I IIIII

graduate of Rochelle High airman Is a graduate of Plant Incom. 'd I. SM 20 IsO. 03* treaty. I treaty itself.
154515 tAC54ttO S IIItcs'P ,
: ;:: ;:: : ::1
School.- City Senior High School. ..7554* 71Itt. I A week later, President Harry
Joseph A. Slower, aviation a I.* 111I Cd SOS 771 toI 713mU S. Truman
0oourc.5 S n 5.15. I It 117'nvlS' acutely awar of a I
machinist's mate airman, USN Haines City C. Am 11 II II 71 1\ I. Its) Communist threat to Greece Khrushchev
Invd" Yr ass 1315 1301 12.11 30*
E. Hem-
Eleanor I
of Mrs.
son luvostoal 0- ',"'toMu'uel and Turkey, told Congress that
ness of 2309 North Fla. Ave., Airman Third Class Donald E. Inc "Of 17 54 "Of 003 the United States should "sup-
March 17 Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mat- 5055. lOst 0041 *00 3031SItIvi
Lakeland reported Honored
port free who OnBirthday
10 1.1 I' It 10 IS II 42v.71510 peoples are resistIng
for duty at the Naval Air Station -' thew A. Green of 1814 Leroy 'tV 7'S.3" 44 1 11'n'orconll attempted subjugation by,
Jacksonville Fla. The station Drive,. Haines City, has graduated I J7 I III 4.17 530llvM '
11_."" I.CI" 1. 70 armed minorities or by outside
is the aviation hub of the with honors from the technical "total 'ynd Inc IS 11 IS 11 IS" 3131Jo0tltts pressure."

vast Jacksonville area Navy training course for U. S. "Myl CvssdIal'd 150 h..toInv. 1504 1117 110'KlVI"

complex which includes a car- Air Force jet aircraft mediancs ." Id1 117. 24 II I. 12 750 No Territory Lost MOSCOW
M04 0 lei an 13" 11.1 13. 1335! (AP) Soviet Pre-
ncr and destroyer basin at at Amarlllo AFB, Tex. Low P7 a II 3 171. II 17 l' "01011C The bluff and hearty Bevin is mier Khrushchev was showeredwith

Mayport and a master jet baseat Airman Green, now qualifiedto Inc. lid.F' K.I... illS 77d ".ati 12 isis. 71 its.71, dead, and Bidault Is a fugitive honors Friday on his 70th

Cecil Field. repair current Air Force jet Grill 'd Ci 54 tiS 111 0445410r exile In Brazil. Truman, sttl birthday and in return promised

Jon A. Hartley, aviation boat- fighters, Is being assigned to an I..... Ilk Cm S.1-1 n4 11." 04 1314 II 1129 U" I.liiiGrowtS 01,'jaunty and peppery as he nears Ito continue to serve although he

wain's mat third class. US!". Air Defense Command (ADC) 1-3 17" 14 55 '4 04 17 Iitspr his 80th birthday la remem-'is at an' age when a man'hasn't

Ion of Mrs Oleta Bartley of unit at Tyndall AFB, Fla His Cm $4 0532 4 1533 4 II 1520 4 II 10)3 1 "IK"I' i bored for the "Truman Doc. much time left"With

Route 2, Lakeland, is serving unit supports the ADC missionof : '' 7 03 1 dl 7 03 702kakOtiacS trine" which helped save Athens Soviet

aboard the attack aircraft carrier defending the continental U.S. ...." Pund GIP II 701 7S "liS II 11 liS 7S II 701L. and Ankara from Communist -Eastern bloc leaders officials gathered ahd I

USS Tlconderoga, operatIng against enemy air attack. The L.'n Inc YP II 1117 11 01 11 IILit. rule.
about him in the Kremlin he
lAS 'n" 303 3051 XII 11&1 ,
She
out of San Diego Calif. airman who entered the Air Lilt tab 111I I II '.t7 0 II 77 These two events and these aid that despite the conflict
Is scheduled for duty In the Force last November, Is a grad- L sat I.v Clft 12 31 :II "5 32 Jt 3313Loca actors played the initial scene
with Red China
the road
I., MaO 55 55 II II 1111 1403 alwayswill
Far East later this month in uate of Haines City Senior High 44541 lOS GISSI I'" I II I 7S Ill in a drama which eventually be left "for
open a rapprochement -
preparation for her sixth cruiseto School. 44.54 InS Trust II J7 II 7. II 37 152* unfolded into history's most
M.". L''" U" 1313 1111 and understand-
the Western Pacific as a Airman Third Class Charles D. _1e.1 lieIN' 11 ot toOl III 1305Mo7tut powerful peacetime defensive ing." Nor will there be I breakIn
Seventh Fleet she IC G, S 710 711 III 711
alliance the North
the
of Atlantic
unit .ovett* son of Mr. and Mrs. relations with
he
4407050 Ie 10 I 110. 554 1001 CIt Peking, III
has recently engaged in train- Thomas F. Lovette of State Road 44l1. PanS 1110 1111 ISIS 1574MIP. Treaty OrganU a 11 i Ion. Since added
off the coast of Ooodia '01.11 laS 101My'
NATO's
15
tog operations 542, flames City, Is being re- 15,1st Pd It 13 1I:1t: 114 10 inception years ago, These were words that
manyof
Southern California Mulu,1 Ih" 1053 1113 II" not a single square inch of the'
Homestead AFB
to
B. Cone ls ssmged MY'uet TVUSI I n I 45 111 'j his supporters in the Eastern
Lt Keniwty it has been lost
1st area
covers to
Georgia -Fla., following his graduation NII..WicII lie 12 1.1 13 5. 13 OJ II bloc wanted to hear, for they
Moody AFB $ 50051105 11 01 IS 0. 1705 ,
stationed at Coneis from the technical training .t4.......... ....-... ....... communism. fear that a Soviet proposed
--"- -
as an instructor pilot. ,course for United States Air aai..tcld 5211 II 13 1111 11.11 Other events and other actors showdown __
T meeting on Red
the wit of Mrs. Mary Sa.d .31 531 434 U some of them In an unwitting
Place. The Force Jet aircraft mechanics at DiaMond 1 51 4 SO 1 5' 410P115.7114 China would cleave the world
Cone of MO Carey role-came to the stage before
Amarillo AFB Tex Airman 7 31 7.:15: 7 II 734
1st Lt. received his wings at 177(0010 siC did 4)5 '..1111aC' NATO could flourish and grow Communist movement beyond
1963 He'.ovette was trained In the maintenance SI! 544 51* 1. repair,
Craig AFB, Ala. in 0._ 010 116 I" IIIN. into today'f massive shield and
from Instructor'lachool and Inspection of jet ." Wit,.... Pd 1050 11 n 11M lOSt dread arsenal of nuclear Red China's Mao Tze-tung,
iraduated Tex ighter planet currently In use Now 1..,..... lilt 11.51 11.5. 1111 power. Khrushchev's bitterest
.AFB. critic
at Randolph Now Morll OP 517 573 575 5ISV The treaty of Dunkerque was' ,
last December and began teach by the Air Force. The airman Cao Pd 7535 "III 14311 1121 written with a resurgent Germany sent birthday greetings saying
is I. graduate of Haines City High 0.7351054 1775 lidS 1111 754* 11 II
ing in the T-33 trainer. Cone sacs Chmllioc 1311 UOI IJOJ III.iOne in mind, and the Truman their argument was only tempo-'
Florid SouthernKrtUMrphy.Electron School entered the Air Force WIIIIa'o IT 14 47 II 4 ,.11 II 30OsaoM's.4 ary. Even so, Moscow radio
of
Doctrine was a pragmatic reaction
a graduate in November 1963. Pd II 5) 11", 1111 ,755 '
,
Pots 54 300* 1043 3053 3501P000355 to a specific situation rather was slow in reporting the
lie III )1... 533Poll. message.
AuburndaleCaptain Fd 737! 11 7t 1111 137'PItt than a blueprint for Western
ki Technician Seam.n. USH.aol' 55700. 11.. It IS ,.11 I; IIPIowV survival. China Attack Krpt Up I
Ptjnd .7. ItO 070 570P710.
of Mrs. Mary W. Murphy. James D. Butler of .. n Grill 1711 77.23 17.3 )731P7id.0 The Kremlin has played one And Khrushchev the''
as
2506 Everett St., has graduatedfrom Auburndale Is f. 4 41 1.5.Ii '14PuntIs of the key roles, whether in the spoke,
participating on
Guided P44,4 5 15 0 73 5 II I 75P.57.44 Chinese Communist paper Ta
the U.S. Naval Exercise Delawar, a joint Iran- G.. It 7' II.* 05 75 IS .5P71054 person of the cunningly cruel Kung Pao of
Beach. Gtts Ill 53* 550 0510Iy Hong Kong keptup
School in Virginia Josef Stalin or the craftily J
Jovial -
Missile -U.S. military training 74
_._An.'ood ucond in a an .t opertion Dial 51 'AI'4' 7 II the criticism by calling him
0. Oh 11.. Khrushchev. Stalin'lgrasp
12. 11" 1151
.. --- --.5 In" Nikita
ne 5'.WY- being stagea in iran April "a fool" for his
J961 stupid
personal
Is a l-,7I-'d IJ.4 73 44 13 15 7357
Murphy for with the Berlin
class of JI. High. 215. Captain Butler, son of 1e.1 power, attack on Mao and other Chinese .
graduate of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Dean Butler of Intl In* If II 1147 tIM 1145MIS lockade or the attack in Korea,
Mil 1CM leaders in a speech
in (the Navy SlncdCom 111
School and enlisted orders 24 Virginia Ave., Auburndale, Itkrtctd 11 tt llll 11 II17' sparked NATO's early development Wednesday,
III 1962. lie has received AmorSnarthl 1171 1944 11" ".10 just as Khrushchev's calculated -
I. Air Force navigator with
an
achoOl In New Tr Bo 114) tin nit IllS It was this atmosphere of
to the .ubmarlne a Tactical Air Command unit Snort Am IndSourtiwltn 1571 lIe 51 *? 1172 coexistence has favored
and will be prO'ynoted Inv M 54 *I7UN Sit lash that made the gatheringof
of Charles de
Conn. the
5ondon Third at Pope AFB, N.C. He Is one of8,110O _."" Inv 15 H ION lISt emergence the Communist clan Important
so -
to Petty Officer ( U.S. military personnel In S,.,* It InvSIMt 41 41 II 17 41 U .1.1. Gaulle's lone wolf approach to
montb.Winter PIP 40 M dOt 1013" 40 even though ostensibly
Class next the four-day Air Force-Army- It,, III' Ilk IS 15 Mil 15)4 1 5 n Western defense. it was only for the birthday
1\\ IMrlin In* 1117 113 II tJ 535.
Haven Navy-Marine Corps exercise. T.wvltn, ClactGin Ill I :M 114 570TIOlI Others Played Role elebration,
Captain Butler holds a B.S. de--, CM 1071 11.44 1174 II '1'T.
..*> Fund 111 110 lilt 1301IltliCoMolttl Then, too, there were the Few outside the Communist
education from $
in Ball
Airman Second claw Emmett lree 451 457 4S4 115! tragic figures of Edouard Benes amp were invited to share inthe ifladd.x $
Haven is State. Teachers College, Muncie, Mtn Cnt Inc 111 III Ill 113
G. Scaly of Winter la- UBS Fd at C.n 107 MM 1170 M II and Jan Masaryk of Czechoslovakia birthday party, but part of
De nd.
In Exercise U_ FvMliAccumuKllv
the
participating but was shown
iranianU.Smiii 14 M 157 14 M II tl the partly sprightly ceremony on
war. a joint Polk I IscnI 111 1111 1) 21 U Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg and television Khrushchev's voice
being' City 75) 74 111 110
operation blood
tary training 1215. Air- 074 Fd*Can 1044 .M MM 104. his horn-rimmed glasses, and was low and a little hoarse WEARGROVE
aged In Iran April 7I 144 .4 .77 from much
101of Mr. and Mrs Thomas R. Judy, airman, Unit'valId loll Lint F ndii, his drawling colleague from so recent speaking.

man Sealy. of :2200 21st St.. USN son of Mr. and Mrs. EIII.Judy V.*.. LIn. 5.. U' 44 'II Texas, the white maned TomConnally

Emmett NW Winter Scaly Haven. is an Air of Route I. Polk City, Is Inc load_' lit 5.5 147 IM 3 41 >IM 44I II'14)' the brilliantly perceptive In space flight, astronauts who

medical services special Vanauard Fd 20 I>4 121 431\ George C. Marshall and 10 outside their capsules to do PARK DOWNTOWN
Force wail Inv..' 10 4J 10 IS 1141 U41S7
ist with a Tactical Air Command The worlds largest lake In W." It Mut Inv !1 I"747 11 S1 1111 the genial war hero, Dwight D. experimental tasks will themselves .

Sewart AFB. Tenn. volume the Soviet Union's watluwtan FdWlr I ISM 'I4H ISM I Eisenhower, who helped planNATO's become aatellites traveling OPEN WEIKNIGHTS GUN mi NIGHTS
at
loouilVrnltmall !t I 74 S 74 075' '
He is one of 1,800 U.S. military Baykal contains more water FdWlndtar 1411 1427 14 H II 21 defense as general and 17,500 miles an hour. But. TILL 9 00

personnel In the four-day Air than the combined content of :nlttld FdW Grtti 1 In II loS 4I 'UN 54 I 111 lOS I 341 III I NATO's policies as presi -nt. 'without air resistance, they will : TILL 9:00

Force-Anny-Navy-Marine Corps. forth Americ.'I'Great Lakes. W,*....*", Fd JJt JlJ 7.J1 7.:15: De Gaulle and his folljweri have no sensation of speed. i_






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Sunday, Aprf/ II. IM4 4
WORRY CLINIC '9t


Defense

Mormon Youth 'Work

Firms EyeAdjustment .
Hard In ChurchBy -is.

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George W. Crane, Ph.D., ,M.D. .
By WILL USSNER "
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(E)2 NEW YORK-The bottom CASE S-442i President Em- at four Midwestern colleges 'V SIA

isn't falling out of the defense fit L. Wilkinson ti the versatile and universities. _,

__ business, at least not yet. but head of Brigham Young YET I doubt If 10 per cent _

the growth is. according to University at Provo Utah. of the usual college enroll

economists who have been And I say '"venatUe" advisedly ment IB In all combined

studying the effect of recent for he churches on any Sunday

cutbacks on arms contractors.This was a famous morning.
development I. forcingthe New York and When I was at Smith College
I lived in the Baptist parsonage
country and the defense Washington attorney
industry to think about the as wellas where a live wire young

economic problems of a transition law profeslor Clergyman did B splendid Job.
But he didn't have five stUdents -
from an economy sparked I a Cali '
by a munitions boom to fornia. per week In that big

one projected forward and up- He also won Baptist Church which was

ward by a newly-atrengthened a judgment for only B few feet across the

civilian sector.Economists th.lndlall.fro I 5 street from the campus.

who have been m Uncle i Meanwhile, I taught a Bible
Clans at the Methodist Churchin
THI OLD AND THE NEW-Thei. 1914 MtJtl T'. ", d. s stop Thundoy .h. modern Pur Oil preparing for the transition Sam the whichwas largest DR. CRANE Northampton and we never

Service Cenrtr on South Florida ...."... ...."...4 ky Jim H..".. The con wor on 'rout from MI. reported recently on their averaged three college students
such award obtained
oml I. Minnoiota .. port of Pun* Oil' 111011.10.. of Iti 50th ."" ..,>*.... Driving Phi vehicUi or* studies In a variety of placesto the Indians ever by at either Sunday School

M,. an* M... 6erld %.h"., of Miywood, III, left end M,. .,,4 M... ..".14 P.t.er of ..,..1., III. the senate subcommitteeon or church.
manpower, before the Electronics But he voluntarily left his
THE LOCAL Jonathan Edwards
Industries AssociationIn thriving law firm In Washing.

JOYNER'S JOTTINGS Burton's Hamlet Notable Washington last month In ton became of Ms vital Inter. historically Congregational famous, probably Church,

a symposium In the current cst in young people.So .
rated about like the Baptist
issue of the bulletin of the he went out to Utah as a .
Good morning! The air Is full and Methodist turnouts. .t.
I His Masculinity .
of politics and some portion cIt For atomic scientists and.In several SI per-year-man to head one Yet these three churcheswere .
economic reviews.No ------ ----
of the greatest universities In
is hot! The soft sell, the hard the only nearby churches
HOWARD TAUBMAN practical man of the theater as America.
sell, the slick sell or whatever By Light MatterIn for a college enrollment of
sell that will get votes is being @ rnh' bark it'inl,. well as a poet designed a role these they emphasized He and Mr,. Wilkinson entertained over 1,500 girls LATEST FASHIONS AT WARDS ITORI-Mnrtifiry Weed:

used. There NEW YORK There probably shrewdly I for a player's that reports to me In their home on And that is no special refection will be reornrlno His .....t loinleni elatlfnocj I I.. Pile en1 Iraly feererdey .
adjustment
seem to be are more ways to play strength, and he surely knew is no light matter. It my last lecture trip West. on. Smith College, for .04. .In Nw y.... fadr. end worn ,In lokeion. tomorrow.Grana .

promises filling Hamlet than are dreamt of in that to play Hamlet a man could peace threaten the country's We began discussing moral I WBB always active In apenlnf' will k* Wcfnoty at 9.JO em. (Ledgee Phot by

the alt of all the philosophy of a theater. must have physical supplenessand prosperity. they said. But the sod religious problems."Dr. churches wherever I went Hughes) 'F

things to all goer who thinks he has seen stamina, vocal range economists emphasized that Crane" he began "our and at Northwestern University -

people If we Its everything Most of them no alertness of intellect, a relishof the transition need not under. enrollment is largely made up we likewise had only a . -- ., ,

1 !i ten long enough, doubt have been tried on the the human comedy awe of pin the economy. of student from Mormon smattering of undergraduates o .< ,, ,
the mystery of life and death homes.
last three at church.
Viewing politics I world's stages In the
on the serious and a half centuries though and pity for the common tragic Automobile John Shard Workers of the legal United "AND WE let the students I should like to be proved Tl World .(jJ1 lSinessj

side, andit someone somewhere always. burden. use the classrooms for church wrong, but except for the Mormon .
I staff who was special consultant
Is serious bus. will seek a new wrinkle. David Garrlck, for all his for th e Senate Labor services.. colleges and probably the -Ii> ,

Incas I wonder Hamlets have sawed the air tampering with Shakespearean Committee defense Indus- "Our students thus have or Roman Catholic, I doubt If j ,

T Jr. how many votesa and split the ears of the texts on the stage was direct on out ganized 37 wards or parisheson you can cite a 10 per cent
candidate: : would receive I if he groundlings ignoring the very and simple and helped to demolish try: conversation points the campus. church attendance at ALL the

would compaign with a speech warnings that they speak to the ranters and praters threshold that, "today of we serious are nationalconfrontation. on. the "On Sunday you will thus churches In any college town George Jenkins Company Cites

like this "I have little interestin the players There have been who had been In vogue. a" Find probably 90 per cent to on any given Sunday when Lakeland
92) cent of entire university Cited In LookMagazine 12
streamlining government or esthetic Edmund per our college Is in sesslonl I
elegant droopy pos Kean was a fiery "
In making it more efficient, for "Soon, Silard says "we enrollment in church. So Prexy Wilkinson deserves
and herculean
tubercular -
turing, actor and his Hamlet
Men
was Insurance
I mean to reduce its size. I do will be ready for a new politics Isn't that wonderful?" a tremendous salute
Hamlets.Young probably volatile and electric.
not undertake to promote wel. Idols athrm. of technological advance "Yes, I think that Is even And I wish we could get more
fare for I propose to extend matinee proudof al, like a summer Edwin which will facilitate the return more than wonderful! It Is a colleges to emulate his unique George W, Jenkins, owner of I Twelve Liberty National per-

freedom. My aim is not to pass a fine profile 'and a well- Booth once again swung to a peacetime pattern remarkable tribute to the plan of having the youth conduct Florida's Publix Super Market sonnel from the Lakeland District
turned leg have orated the sol the in '
pendulum the other direction
laws, but to repeal them. It Is of national economic life, splendid home teaching which their own church servo :chain, has again been honored Office have earned mem.
if they were speak. with the
iloquies as control and
In the 1963 Torch
not to Inaugurate new programs Dr. Murray L Weldenbaum Mormons give their young ices, even in the classroom bership
but to cancel old ones ing them\ into a looking glass., sensitivity of his playing. senior economist at the Stanford sters. halls In. I national magazine !(Leader) Club. This honor is
and venerable actors have declaimed Richard Burton's Hamlet is and The May S Issue of Look I based on sales production and
that do violence to the constitution Research Institute In my extensive university When I have spoken at Mormon '
or that have failed In their the lines with throbbing notable for I Its masculinity. formerly with the budget bureau experience 1 have been located churches in Salt Lake magazine which will be on was won in competition 'with

purpose or that Impose on the sonority that belied the Has there ever,been a Ham- and the Boeing Com- at Northwestern George City, I have always been impressed newsstands Tuesday, pays tribute -more than 2,000 Liberty National

people an unwarranted financial Instability of their rheumatic let so little sicklied o'er with pany, recently completed for Washington University Yale by the fact that the to the grocery clerk turned; agents. .

burden. I will not attempt to joints. the febrile cast of neurosis the; Defense Department a and Smith College. young people conduct the article From April 29 May 3. these
\ in a lengthy
discover whether legislation Is"needed" Richard Burbage, for whom He has a mind, and the turbu. study of defense conversion And I have visited my five ushering, singing Bible readIng .' millionaire men and their wives will attend

before I have first determined Shakespeare wrote the part lence of his thoughts are truly potentials. children as they took undergraduate and even the administer titled "George Pleasures Them a meeting of the Torch Club la

whether It Is constitu- must have been an uncommon reflected in his "wild and and graduate work ing of Communion. Braved With Groceries." New Orleans La. This Is a conference .
actor For the playwright, a Budget May DeclineHe of the leading producersof
tionally permissible. And if I whirling words. ----- The article by T George Harris

should later be attacked for neglecting - But there is never a suggestion has tried to make clearto I NEWS OF RECORD gives the reason for Jenk.In' the entire company centeredon
the defense industry the nt.
professional Improven\
my constituents' Inter of madness. Claudiusis
ests, 1 shall reply that 1 was Informed METAL ROOFING uneasily aware that there size and nature of the transition CIRCUIT COURT ....1... HaenaaeSinter success his constant efforts Attending this meeting from

their main interest li Wo otfer MM lemeue Tonne. Is method In the seeming Irrelevance problem. In his view .uitenk ',IM I Douelae Matbaar'Cr':.t.T'U. to please the housewife.The the Lakeland District will be

liberty and in that cause I am tool I,.... 5 V dim llootlnf, I of Hamlet's remarks the U.S. faces neither a disarmament ...,,1... D.. >S. JeaeeM ot LMr. ...IU.In'actlDQ ot4.i::. end', oophie LM Oromeda. article traces the growth the following men and their <

doing the very best I can." length from ( t. 14 ft. i and even the foolish nor even an arms ..l. J..u.W.it.P Lola Barlene Mellon. It. 1 Lakeland*. LakalendCharlea and of the chain type grocery and wives:
I .
To say the least this would be ,W* ere .L. erecklnf Cor- Polonius has faint intimationsthat control type of situation. Spec. OIVI *InduilrUi sole! ,, Ine,Iu elvU. v tctlto Central I land end Unit Wovdall
... .. .l! fteerme in that the defense .
Met is
different from what the voters .4 a keen Hamlet Is mocking ulation general to Lak.lend the housewife with control of elate Managers B. J. BradberrG
and taxpayers )iavebe ii used length of' ( end 10 H This ii him. budget may possibly decline o'"I Leu Motori A: Kebee Aneptenre, replevla Coif, etC COUNTY COSITbMr.tle ....._ the family's budget L. Ryals and S. D. Dupre*
the I V. Inch eor.'io.1N. I"* Hamlet is full of the as much as $5 billion Aetna Finance C*.. ..... ,. Jon... 0 1 Jac/Maralle:. M Taupe. and and the. agents and the
to hearing How. much moneY mererlel I. ld'of Jfor* ".ttWwolle Thompeee ei v*. el'U ectle aim- Oladre Wilma 1.. et. an. Pelerabun This most recent article Is
I over the next five years. He ..... wives J. D. Mardis, M. H. Nea l|
this candidate would be able to form buildingi; and temperament of a man in
on of
Kinneth Barl Aleorn "
Winter pictures
Sr 41 accompanied by
I pointed out: Pius of Florida ... lets Po,. ittkupUuck H.,. and G Ryan, J. W. Hall F. R. Pen-
collect to run his campaign werehouiei.BIRD. prime physical and mental eM. .. lorl.ltuM. n Cueenl 50ity Ore. 14 Jenkins pushing a cart in one
would be hard to estimate. How I health. I, for one am glad "Were this five-by-five situation Nteholei 1 Decktr.. Atnu D. Dicker w inirm'BIa"11 "l'II.and of his 100 PubliJt stores, greeting ntchio J. G. Wanclak, R. T.
ROOFS divorce. Lord. ; ; '
DcroUir Lenell It
Jenkins and R. M. Syke
those who to meet such a Hamlet He Is to come about It would
.
ever expect big personal I B.ttv R Ferrleh ... Jemee B. rorrun daleArthur. a customer and grilling Pub
favors from him would be When toll Bird Roof we I think, Shakespeare's Ham. mean no more than a 10 per lvorreI Jemee Morrle. 14. tl P.ter.bure his at
w* a ld.I .... aummere, ... WUlltia TrevleSumrniri end B.tlBa Loulae WI.bo,.. lU sirloins for family
sadly mistaken. This candidate ore dead certain the cuitonterli let. He makes understandable cent reduction from the cur llvorcl Ie. .,. PcWr.bur poolside a| his Lakeland borne.
might receive I considerable receiving the bust aiphol? I and credible a1the\ good rent level, or a return by 1970 1.11. n. Pttermaa, dloreiLevrrne .Jr. vi. JtnenaPitrrmen a Our and:Beatrice tdverd amiSS dfn 3t.;.Lakeland 40, Lake.: Suit Seeks

small donations from the many, roof on the "' ...... Bird Shin things said of him lik.Ophelia' to the 1962 level of defense ..,." Mai ... 3. V. Mir. di-tubiTritrlen utart. Tonv Maberle ., We.vrn * *
gui have two eirre hymn built : Kill Laveoa Hell tflvi . and JudlUt Ann Loa-I: It, Win-
of "a vi
who recollection spending
many people Just want good 'into the eipoied hail making ..,... Rld10H.r. Tampa FoodBrokerage $5,000 FromCandidate
government and I certainly believe them true Thickbutt Shinglei. noble mind" "the cour "Now, 1962 was by no means Jo"" L.J...". Ground Flormce vi.1..lone.... llvarrtnilto Robert" J.an II.Weldea.t.ton Par 14. ..BatonJeaoVh andgarbeia

there are many more of Bird Ranch Roof and Bird tier's soldier's, scholar's, eye, a depressed situation. In factIt around divorce William Cavle II. Lakeland In
Many Ann Madlldl ,.. Mekemel KM
these than the other kind. This Half Lip Roofing or* two dou- tongue sword. was significantly higher MedJIdl eM orreRemold end Mara Ja Betarlneea, a*. Lake-
.
politician should certainly en bla-covorg rooft that defy As an actor who can think, than the post-Korean plateauIn A. Cornwall v.. Betvlle Ce,. Carol Monroe. IS tekrlend nnd .... New BuildingOne ,

joy campaigning, no special any hurricane and rt* S long Burton appreciates the defense spending that characterized c1rsti.L.arJrIssIIrna vi Jleimlo Jwkaon Richard r> Jorce oerdon Purnie Slut.II.: LetetaaoT Ba. n >..,. BARTOW-A suit seeking to

favors to deliver if elected; Uf. eipecrency.Our chances he takes In a Hamletso the Eisenhower ad Wind'* tI'lrnernk\ vi. O.r.lfl La.- burL .nd Chart.,. Talus tsls.aas of Tampa's largest and collect 15,000 for a
as payment
prices' on Bird Rooff arecompetitive. pi5r QliMeeck eeeareie. ....,,'- sn I" PSt.r.bure.
complete honesty when talkingto tempestuous yet fundamental ministration. : oldest food brokerage firms, liquor license cold to Bob C. .
If tCireL:
But even you Kleetlt: '.. luau Ass KlaLeuiae :
the voters; and many other bed t. pay more you would still y healthy. He knows Weidenbaum estimates that. ,sld. ..,.,... 'Freedom Rally'Planned Bonacker ,Brothers. Inc. recently Jones county commissioner I.
advantages Certainly the most be justified In uilng Bird Roof- that'ir> let loose the full powers taking future peaks and valleys rate TIUU...I..IAI.v>...Ooreoa".. W "1110. at..- moved into their new building candidate, was filed in Circuit

Important would be a real free. ,In*. ofhu ringing voice is to into account and using R.fihlld.. Madiidl eu.UMlvMareilta 5.,. Her? Asa Itedlldl. To in the Atlantic Coast Line Court Friday

dom In holding his head high Call HI at MU 2.4651 and risk being tumultuously rhet. dollars of constant value, the H' A'. it 5 M. U.K. CMnCniw Industrial Park at 56th Street Plaintiffs in the complaint
When he was asked for special arrange for S Bird Roof before orical, in a modern theater military budget will declineby Jr.. ei UK it al, merteaatforeclosure Oppose Wallace and HUlsborough Avenue in against Jones candidate for ,

favors by pressure groups there the Reins corns.EAST. self consciously addicted to several billion dollars durIng Under v. Mitchell lailu.trtlal RooMof Mertuierv Oervlti.Co", t:eBvllrr :: Tampa. County Commissioner in DistrictI ;
would be real ease in telling\ whispers and mumbles. But ."" .0110". CAMBRIDGE Md. (AP)-Integration -
Jack and
few Established since 1892 the Ginsburg Harry
the next years.Then SITu, Inc., n. Pippin by are ,
them to go to -. To say SIDE the grand vocal style is not he figures It will begin Pnkis ,: er: ettton, leaders plan a "free late W. A. Bonacker and F. C. Ura. both of Lakeland .

the least It would be different! abused and does not become a relatively slow Increaseso Mildred 10''''. _"Ve.lrher."'0'. C..n.. .". '...11.1)....).'._. Ceo.1aiea ._. dom day" rally May 11 wher!I Bowyer following their deaths The suit charges that the pair

See you next week. LUMBER CO. meretricious.The that between now and 197S 1Io a 190 Dickie oooaeul a ete. el elCornohe Alabama Gov. Georae C. Wallace -in 1948. the business was taken,sold a package store license to

TOM I Mil list of Light Plant I admirable outcome of the military budget will rise: d.'I...... In eneeu R Barker at .r..I Sane action carries his primary campaign over by the present owners, F.!Jones on Nov. 14, 1963. for 7.

-Adv. On U.S. Hwy. 92 Burton's approach is that at the average annual rate Jert nm.bure end Him," Ore ... rVie into Cambridge. ,V. Jimenez and Gus Jimenez 500. Jones allegedly paid them
C Jonea end uakt Ine e Os slut
Hamlets rashness, the flaw of I per cent. This contrasts ertlon demaera In eireia:*J .;ooPolk Wallace, entered In Mary,both who have been with the S2.500 with the understanding
is the natural Countr. ete va Ben T. Slaver land's May 19 Democratic presidential -
that undoes him with a likely Increase In total rl el- fmln.nl dometa aiiltMbnr firm since 1921. I that the remaining 15,000 wouldbe
I trait of a brilliantly gift. output of goods and services H Ooutela va. Hilda OaiivelamicValrrrltt primary Is scheduled The new structure will pro paid last Dec. 1.

ed young man. The defect of during that period of 3'/i' per .. ve. Beta* Merrltt. *l- to address the Dorchester Business I vide Bonacker Brothers Inc. The petition also claims that

this Hamlet is that there I.I Is cent a year.Archibald. PI r.i.r.Morleaee" Cnr r.ot..Wg.: ,:, Be.vta ,.. and CItizens Associationthat with modern warehouse and of- Jones later transferred the license ,
.
.
I ete. >e *r.et
Insufficient contrast to justify S. Alexander, assistant ui et el. merUeie torecloaure night. fice facilities. The spacious to Steak, Inc., which is
hesitations after the play with. director of the U. S. A RobotS r. iimaler H.llon end child Ore euppertDorothv *um..U, vi Gloria Richardson, Cam offices contain several sales named as co-defendant in the l

I in the play has proved Claud Arms Control and Disarmament Mae BureoM. ve. Clarence bridge Negro leader, said Friday -meeting and conference rooms.'suit.

lus's guilt. When he stands Agency, who has responsibility Jam Clerk*. A.child Mar.ball avpawt.tai Mlaaleif. ...,. integratlonists may picketthe some which will be availablefor Ura and Ginsburg. who c'alm t

over the praying king, sword for his agency's eco- ,child hall lupport va Raised Bvieee Merahell place where Wallace speaks special public groups. I Jones has refused to. pay the

I poised, Hamlet refrains from nomic program believes there ball Jena Valentine stUd augportJareutline va Claude. JaaiaaV.l.nune In any event. Mrs Richardsonsaid. These modem facilities reflect ,debt. seek $5,000 "plus Interests

striking without the subtle are three broad alternative P ,krone In. divorce Mrrrer. ve. nlaniln, Negroes would stage a rally the continuous growth of and costs."

modulation of feeling that courses for future defense W .ro..,n qibaon. v.L A ;??,,*Si.n ,: In the Negro district while Bonacker Brothers, Inc during) Ura said the license was It-"
'r.'h etmilikora
I It JI Pthui. Jorn
would make the movement spending. moniesi. Wallace Is speaking elsewhereIn the past 71 years la the food sued in Htllsborough Count!)'.
.. .
than vinenc* C* Ine .U ve I. the city.
: humanly right rather If no substantial disarmament H H.eitni et Cs. nwrleeet fore- brokerage and warehousing
theatrical.GLASS. She said John Lewis head of
1 are reachedbut
agreements business.
.
1I1g-:0..r.r.; : : lae, 4.'k.:1lI'UfF'.E : Nonviolent Coordinating I
I the weapons Inventory be- ,, ; the Student . .... I Florida MishapsKill
.. ..
comes fairly complete and no :' Plneaoe Co. Tne ete va committee and Stanley I "

BETTER BLOCKS! crises require calling up additional ........Jennlnia el U. cuisine fere.He Branche, chairman of the Chester Publix Wins FiveBY
Beak tt tnira ..... va.Olena for Freedom
the is fora ".1" Pa., Committee
prospect .
men L. ..... and Jennette B COrn.isis. '
gradual decrease in defense .'-.. aierteeee '.....101.... Now had agreed to address Second LEDGER WIRE SERVICESFive
PI...... Levis ,i. Jab It Lo..., dl-lPolk Place In
BRICKS TOO. spending. ...reo. the rally. I persons were killed in
. The second possibility, Alex. ...... s.d -. National I Contest Florida accidents yesterday.Four .
Crmlneai lIb
Cennir. eie. ve.
ander says, is a substantial 'ornal.n. r.\, :: of the five persons died in

I decrease under step.by-step United Nun,...:.1f'B:.... Itt I I .for, .Ie" No-Strike ClauseIn Publix Super Markets Inc. was automobile crashes.

I disarmament Weldenbaum estimates va. Itnr : = : II. 'Iul doCa second-place winner in the large James Taylor Outram, 35, was

I that the total net reduction IJddIOO' vw. w. TMden dim New ContractAt food chains category In the 1964 electrocuted while working ona

I in U. S. security expenditures rd'i's lick sId O.rllck.Elmer Claik OiirlM paillct Ctrl 0.viMiram .. Checker of the Year promotion' pump aboard a dredge oft

under this alternative C. Martla et at final decreeerocloalnl of the Super Market Institute Madeira Beach.
I would be about $40 billion ( dm eereamenlIrat Space Port
rt Prterel Bavlnee end loan Aunel The award Is based on the I Three women were killed and
.
Leaeland, eta va Room o ,
12
I over a period.
year
Dick ..,5.. final teuee lareeleelatPederel CAPE KENNEDY. FU. (AP) firm's handling of advertising a fourth was critically hurl in a

r I'" ... AIr AIr AIr I I IO'Ior""National Marteaee Sue.. ete., -A no-strike clause Is included in-store promotion an4 publicity head-on auto collision on State
.. Jack L Themavoa tt u> CI... I
..... R neither el n final C."C. .- in a new three-year labor stabilization I in connection with the uistituU'fannual Road AlA at Daytona Peach
........
H OXFORD P oreclotlne J.... el ve .... kern Roberto agreement signed to search for the International -Shores.
II..k lit at aU di.mu.alPnlk cover Cape Kennedy, the Mer- Checker of the Year The dead were identified as
Countr ele va. Carl tenerr et
I LUMBER tII .el final ludiaient. .inln.nl doeiala.ult ritt Island moonport and Patrick ! Judges in the competitionwere Mrs. Florence Dugan and Mrs.
aa U Horace ILJ0rnui aa.St.fla
I I ........ Air Force Base. Edwin C. Brunst. vice Beatrice Meyer resident ofa
J va Oeeria K
>aa
J QUALITY ....roon. final derree dl..,.. The agreement was signed president of Foote. Cone and trailer park at nearby Port

Made" Bron Oulnn Lrnell. dl.raluel Qulnn ,i. Kaany VfaUhew ,Thursday In Washington, D.C., Balding, Alden Crimes, vice Orange and Mrs. Elizabeth

"Eger "Distributing"NATURAL a AUTO GLASS We Will Skew Yes.- I ...*,... Inc Peckine. .Ie"C.dlHnu.alDebrn ete va.. Von M... by representatives of the AFL- president of Campbell-Mithun. Bunting of South Daytona. No

BUFFCOMPLETE BUILDING GLASS Of All ,!III S Old Growth Ce..... tII H tatrh.l. Hola.n a end minor Berie..11I MemerialMoaDltel SI. ve.U CIO and the Patrick Air Force Inc.; Dent Hassinger, central ages were available.
HrtNa. I ,. Base Contractors Association Reported In critical conation
KINDS Deut lai lae 5 lunm.rr' lude* manager, bureau of advertising
WHITE VARIED I ei.nl ton de(;.daal luMp Mine-
in Halifax at
Aeronautics and Hospital
rial HMeltal laclerKlaPliajaiecr the National American Newspaper Publishers Dayton
BUFF ROCK FACE LINE 0 ALUMINUM ENTRANCE 1 We.rernCer In*.. ete va pier- Beach Mrs. Jeanle ,
Administration was Robertson
2i4l Ida Ptiarmacr Ine el Pleat Clii Space announced Association, and Dean W. Jones,
WHITE ROCK FACE IN THE DOORS I I ..... Plertee Pfearmacr. Inc or It Fndayi vice president, J. Walter (3, also a resident of the
MITAl Prtenburf etc, John Klne ria,d
MARBLE ROCK FACE CLAY BRICK STORI FRONT !k 0 Seaffcern Yellow Pine tI Tharkrvv aad John lit...... ..uakman 1 The agreement Is retroactiveto Thompson Co. trailer park.

STANDARD GRAYFIELD S MIRRORS p' Mlsel.sel! I' Men. B final Pratt ludement va. Retort far pl..ot,1I W. Pratt, April 1, when a previous two-, Details of the crash were
METAL SASH GLAZING 'I fuel ...... dtvereeCOUNTY expired. It continuesthe The 'scarce Investigators said Mrs.
All ON GRADE FOR USS! COURTtmla year pact skin of American Indiansis

I'' 5.00 WIr.t Vu ...eeuttes f4ladei prevailing wage scale provisions not red but brown, sometimes 'Bunting was alone in one auto

EGER BLOCKSAUBURNDALE CENTRALGLASS w..... Ye" .up I >Courk ei Brether at un: listS Ine action. va, tin Pltud aRe D of the earlier pact. shading almost to white The ,and the trailer park residentswere

& MIRROR CO. no Wit Mi tII Mintrve let ark .Cerda ete eivSf Ine..ncUon v. Jousts. ejoo>vUI Walkouts and work stoppages Indians' fondness for painting in the other.

I 1 The Paramount Line. ln. ete *e. Je- crippled Cape Kennedy and, themselves with red ocher or Edward Joseph Stefanik 18,
Ave.
WO 7.1175 302 N. Ingrehem I Phees MU 2-mi r05: Feur' Minerva etc civil aclMa. Merritt Island earlier this vegetable dyes led early explorers ,of Holyoke, Mass died In the

PktM: MUtvel 44lit Ln>.. A. PttvoUj., T.. B. B Williams re- month. to caJUhem, "Redskins." crash of his car in MiamiI
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' .- r LAXELAND LEDGER Sunday. April It. lK1 1.D
At '\ '. ..... i _
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Slated Lime'} St. School ..11"; " ..;.,. " . .. ': .'.: ;.iA" .' Oscar Awards Change Noted I

Tuesday .#
-: :: .. r. .
,' . j' By MURRAY SCHUMACH that have marred Inherent in the entire "It has been
Pro-school registration for ..< .. : :\1 'i t. .... stupidity so are procedure said a Icng
children who : I'i; [ : '" .. pMti :. HOLLYWOOD-This: many of the 38 highly publicized for selecting Oscar journey to this moment" he
will enter first t, t'V. : : year'sOscar annual rituals arrangedby furnished the only real drama
grad at Lime Street Elementary fI' '. ..: : '" ". : .. '. ,. awards helped to erase the Academy of Motion winners this was one year of the evening. Curiously one
.. when it was difficult to cry
School next September will .j ., ' . "... r : I memories of parochialism Picture Arts and Sciences foul-at least In the Important of Poitler's rivals for the gold-

be held Tuesday morning In l' ;;;" 'J" .. +l s I prejudice chicanery and sheer In spite of weaknesses that acting categories plated statuette had unwit
.
the school : : tingly helped him to win.
cafeteria from I until ..,, ... f tSaieMa I twa w>1L..U..1The 'There was no question that
Paul nominated for
Newman
11 o'clock. .. .. : .
{. .. ; .. Sidney Polntier's victory for
..
,. his acting In "Hud", has long
It Is not necesary for parents the best acting performanceof been one of the most outspoken
to take their children to the :} J" .'lVI'" I."I 7477 1963 In "Lilies of the Hollywood stars demandIng .
registration.Next "
Field was enormously popu
; end of
: { an prejudice
fall's\ first grader must "'! ) : 1. lar here even among the against Negroes.
be six d thousands of actors who are
old .
before .. '
years on or '
i- .1.'it. ;",, : -..... to become Another award that gave
Jan. J. 1965. Parent must take .: .;- ". not eligible members this
their children's birth .., : : '': IISi of the academy. The stature to year's program
certificate : .
......-.... : ; .. ., was the selection of "Tom
hospital birth record or other ::,.; :: .. .: .. :' s f Stars tremendous ovation for the Jones" as best picture of 1963.
proof of birth date. The birth ; ...., . rr first Negro ever to win an
..
., '
second
.. This the timea
'b was only
certificate 1* preferred. In addition r ,; .J'' ,. i7 > Oscar for best acting was
Oscar
best-plcture went to a
: ,1 ... more than Just a show of appreciation -
the child' immunization ;
. .' ,. ; foreign-made movie. The only
record will be helpful. . .W\I' .. for talent. It wasa
ImpelBy
other was also English
.. one
: : :( : '} loud cry of relief that at last
.
All of first .,
I parent prospective : -Laurence Ollvier's 1948 film
,. another racial barrier
Important
j graders at Ume Street Elementary r . : . version of "Ham'.et.! The
had been broken In the
t .
,
'
I, School are urged to : .f. .. .. By Carroll Rlghttr choice of "Tom Jones", over
American movie Industry.
,
' .
'j
.
register their children at this ,.'. "America America", "Lilies
i time so that proper assignment :f' JII.o.q, ", '' No SecretIt of the Field", "Cleopatra"and

,I papers may be completed before .1 ...... , .. has been no secret that "How the West Was
the date of school.l Won" showed that
opening_ _ : prejudice has operated against HollywoodIs
ar - Negroes in Hollywood. Muchof overcoming its resentmentof
SUNDAY. APRIL II. 1164 gether and enjoy theater etc., it still remains, particularly foreign productions
rI OLD FLORIDA CRACKER Ralph Tompkins, will be seen for the next IS Tuesdays at GENERAL TENDENCIES: In PM. in the craft unions despite ---- ensssal sir

I II III 1:30: p.m. on WEDU-TV sitting on the front porch of the old slash pine cabin,' spinning myths Until sundown you find it is PISCES (February 20 to strong pressure by the National DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN

I legends and stories about Florida. necessary for you really to March 20) Forget work on Association for the Ad.
I Jl"r. live the Golden Rule if you this day and spend time at vancement of Colored People. <:JO-The SHOW 1180T.RlaM'I :
Night
II I
New Series On Florida's Past are to be able to control yourself soul-satisfying studies. Steer So when Poitier standingon TD C* Out T* A Menu l.t
I from acting In an Imperious clear of that fellow worker the stage of the Santa
III II III
and quite un-Chris- who may be feeling not quiteup Monica I Civic Auditorium 2 FIRST RUN HITSI?
I tianlike manner for the tensions -
-
to par. Plan new week in -- '
I 'To Be Televised From are great and you are PM.
BE ANAIRLINE II I'I'I TampaTAMPA all too apt to alienate others IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN I SURETY .-
Is fine for social
n I Tonight TODAY, he or she will be one
I Starts TONIGHT!
I II: _, Ralph Tompkins The series will be seen for by the Spanish at Mantanza; graces, fun.ARIES of those charming people who I BONDED .,, 11:00"SUPERB
science teacher in Hillsborough the next 15 weeks on WEDU-TV how William Duval encountered (March 21 to April want to have a good time all TERMITE At TiJO <

1 PASSENGER AGENT I County has always had a deep on Tuesday nights from 8:30 to Nemathle chief oj the Tallahas 19) A smile of comfort to others of the time but you must I CONTROL "
Interest In Florida's past. look- 9 o'clock. WEDU's staff and sees, explaining how Tallahassee brings considerable appreciation teach early that practical affairs 0 !
1 RESERVATION ing for a way to share this in- University of South Florida became the state capitol. two today. Be patient in come first. Then the I
TICKET AGENT II terest he approached WEDU-TV drama class furnished actors l-arts of Osceola; Ole Jacob Sum searching for more creative chart will be a very successful PRE INSPECTION -tiff Migit/nt

STATION AGENT I II station here where he found Art who received no compensation. merlin, barefoot teetotaler mil things to do. Evening is fine and happy one since there 6I&-S4C4

I I HOSTESS II III Maynor and Dick Siefferman Ralph Tompkins plays the part ionalre cattle baron and the for favorite amusements, is a love of people here as : BURKE TOX-EOl ****
! I who were willing to help him of the old Florida cracker who Imprint he.left on Florida dur TAURUS (April 20 to May well as generosity Teach also
1 SECRETARY, etc. produce a new series.. sits on the front porch of the big the middle and late 1800's. 20)) Guard your words actions not to brag until somethinghas I SYSTEM

I MIX AND wo..._.... .Wa trt....ta.li.in II Maynor. who co-produced the old slash pine cabin and spins Series seven deals with the during day hours or you alien. been accomplished worthyof I 104V4 I. M.la St. "EXPERT SHOCKER I II
f.f Ma* .M. <*r -NYDAHYNCW3wim
.. .... ... .. series "They Called It Florida"with ate affections of a close tie. strutting about. I
". ) Min this a kwn /rJN myths legends and stories about period! of the War between the
.. .._ ..... ..
I .......A.". A..Ii_"IntcrMtina with .....1, Mr. Tompkins is a nativeof Florida.. States; followed by the storyon Don't take other risks, either. I +W.wavAM .
H oaiiuet AirliiM aaraaia tH. I Tampa. Siefferman native of Invite friends In for the ,
a.d Martin ...Ia1r.. air His first story seen Tuesday Capt. J. J. Dickerson. Others eve IId "
rural. MMaa. MvanaamaM. aa.awity. St. Petersburg, directed the series to be featured in the series are ning instead of going out.
I AM Iat.I. M. l< >M II IIOIl" is about the discovery of Florida -
MMrMl*uali tel<". *band irtlnaa raur Training llama sad Ohviaian I and Tompkins, producer Is and the Indian tribes present Stephen Foster Mary Todd Lin GEMINI (May 21 to June t I SOLO/NO'S
Atlanta tckMl. mn M-IM, i 1 a native of Gainesville and was at that time in the Caribbeanand coin Harriet Beecher Stowe, 21) You must be very attentive
a/a LakUn
J .. =-- J reared In Polk County. South Florida area. How Flora Fuller Henry Morrison at services or you fall to 1081101

Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles, Hagler.. Henry Bradley Plant understand great lessons beIng

I on Beautiful Loke ThonotosossoSTEVE'S Founder of St. Augustine Ade- V, M. Thor Clara Barton and taught. Be sure to use
lantado of Florida. Is involvedIn "Ma" Barker and her boys. care In motion too. Then day

one of the earliest and strangest The series will end with the is fine for fun with com'

marriages in American History lilt program featuring highlightsof panions. .h

and how he was fooled by all the 14 earlier shows a MOON CHILDREN (June 22 'LUT .,. ONLYI
RUSTIC LODGE the wily Kasek Carlos who had summary of Florida from the to July 21) A careless word or ALBERT FINNEY

a willing: but unasked sister will early Indians to the late touristsIntervention act could lose you much financially aTAII OP "TOM JONas"

: WORLD FAMOUS FOR be acted out In next Tuesday's or alienate some big , l'l'l-l\ \
show. business contact. Take timeto urda3tighta
get property repaired. Roll I '
STEAKS sad SEAFOODS State Capitol In up your sleeves and get busy I } >i 4I

a.5.'. a_ .,""... Mw L.k"."". D.I.. sal I"....'... S l..nM.M Other stories In the "They LEO (July 22 to August 21)
...... ...... .... _'. .
l.ra .5 N 575 "" f. 5,5,55 5wr .IIM M Strike Feared .
Called It Florida" series will By Thinking carefully In AM be ,

In tsssnrtf/om/ Call Xrtb er Chef be about Jean Ribault and the fore putting Ideas Into motion I MOTn\ '.

massacre of the French sailors Official tonight Is wise. Take no ADULT '"TIIITA'NMNTI t
Cocktail IJCTTl Closed Railway chances with blR-wlas during i

Lounge 988" / I Mondays AT THE THEATERS day, since they are upset. Improve '
MOBILE Ala. (AP) The health and beauty too

TAMPA FILMLAND,,omvciMTda chairman of the Florida East VIRGO (August 22 to Sep
thrauah T MaIftt: With
Uia Prow Utranaar" and "Hud Coast said today he --
Railway tember 22) Important you help
Taadeys Ihraufk S.htf4.y*-4JO to 10:10.IN. Wadnnadii and fnaradin: "Lan-Bel .
t SmU.rt-I t. 10 .... summa." and 140 Poundof Trau.BI fears the government may Interfere those in real need and forget I
Prld..bl.. eo, ..t..d.,: ..,..,...... on the side of union employs your own worries today TONITE THRU TUESDAY
.... H..>.. ant HaU" VndCammaada' In the strike against the Later get more order about FIRST AREA SNOWING?
FREECHILD'S
. a MOW TMI Tf. I railroad. you and prepare for a more
lads thrautn" Ttaadar.. 'Lawrau ot Edward Ball of Jacksonville, successful future. Be practical Morrison' makes eating out with your PLATE ; HIGH r'

WMrn..!a, Ibreuih. Saturdir: 'Pink. Fla. said In an Interview that \. Thurt. Nights
,..." for
.
Pwu family fun to remember. Especially ADVENTUREBOTH
r rW rtNJOTtIKIND
OniOHTfUl SUMMIt UtKILANO DUIVI.INSaturdar the line has replaced Its approxImately LIBRA (September 23 to. CtuldtM z old ardv

$ AT TMtal STKIAl LOW S.ATM iaf TodN.1..."th'.10'...".. Tv..ds'Mlibt"Lord aid of 5u-'the 2,100 Idle employes with October 22) Proffer your servIces Mom. She enjoys a kitchen-free good with parmtl FACE MtKUClal ALL
41 di Mornlri 850 "who are doing a much more in order to make some plllll
W :. ,: "Th Mists Waritr" and time. And the kids have fun choosing -- '
zth e zntauon 1 "'.rI. Holiday," efficient Job" social affair really successful. .

I TburxlaF d.r Brldt Ikramli." "Mam.aaturdtr h Mart'\ "Mall and '.TbtpaaUit Or- "If the government Intervenesand Help a good comrade. Evening their food. Best of all everyone relaxes STEAK c;ban I NEWIfll.IHl.LAWD

Qua Allis forces us to rehire the strik- can be highly satisfying .... Sun, aphis
Weekend Special Jf .thrama. POLK Tkurxiar.YMf TITixttf "0.. U..s'. I. under totalitarianism" Ball bringing you real joy and enjoys wonderful,food together. Fimilymtaltlmi Ib, Sirloin SI.IS "

j Rid/war ud ..tu,..,: "UuMl S..... aid, "It will be a serious blowto happiness. fun is Just one of the happy Pile! .Mliiwn W1 7q ,
'orl? SCORPIO (October 23 to November H Ib Chappadirloln
at Beautiful Boar THIATtK (NafratTMaf our free enterprise system Ill
'1 1r Ihrouih. Tund: trantwt. Intna 21) Any careless act differences et Morrison's.
r CTiir.d.1'Wrdnridar I
Clif and IS BombingsHe (
l CRYSTAL RIVER .. word toward others can
tbramri Prldaf: "T Worn- or
FLORIDA Si'nrdat. "Tall Itr.n..'" and 'to..11 said there have been 252 ruin prestige you now enjoy. -SW mo,rlo r/all/ r-L..AlJIj'M I Irnfl'IIII1J 1AMIMCAM

Wamin"Tda incidents of vandalism and sabotage Gentility wins out Instead. .w.NAi10 AVStEWpRT
IILVIN MOON D.IV.I"
thron.h TIt.r "Conmado"fie Including: at least 18 bombings Dress In good taste and then .
"To,..'. a.r" : I ,
Wadnrnda and Tb.r.dSv: "Who's flee In the past year on the out socially or to a good v GSptIGER .
72 Golf tho Adios".. sad "Wall so No Wad and .
Course
Championship 18 HOLE/PAR 'td. line between Jacksonville nightclub etc.SAGITTARIUS

and Gulf FISHING hide W.t.rn sod r/M e.lurd."flo a In.. .1 .... $55'Wild sad'Cbaad'OTNG Maml. The vandalism he said, (November ., ado\rD
Freshwater, Bay Daily CITIISAOBURNDALK cost the railroad an estimated 22 to December 21) Forget CoADORIRN

AUb","' 'A TllarWtlki $2 million. about bowing down to a 114 North Tennessee Avenue
SWIMMING SKIN DIVING, WATER WINS intf IOAW8 "
and Captain Sllbad"
AOHURNDALaV-Dala Opt Nosh... Ball said however that there stronger will than yours and
Ida aw w4 aiautlfvl ,.rnlM Plant'. Special Summer Ratti NO"llroUiori"VON and "Sara* Brldta lot ..... have been no new incidents since live the Golden Rule. Delay GREY I Ia

Ha fact .Natal....,.a..'Cauatrf ta> .waunar Due 'it..ma....*aw*r on ALL Room PARS" : this: 'Mtii Or.., the FBI arrested four men several seeing that new contact until
Nom. s r 'N".du .I SAR'TOW .. enhance friendship GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER
.h.5.wl. Na'tal win Ml Ciiit arwiititiInlay $ I r\ DAILY -outdoor "M." ii th MI weeks ago. PM. Then
dl. and "III Minw
d, d4IsNI a) matititi aiictiMtk JL\J SINGH RAINM cmr-a Lakt Kale... 'Kluln' He said the Florida East which Is worthwhile.
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f I FCC To Build $143,000 Station AdditionORLANDO Scientist Claims Checks Halt



Citrus will build the Station a 60.by Decision to help the Station, portatIon and facilities research proved refrigerated and ventilated
Commission will spend about M-foot extension to the two- which la generally financedby division Agricultural "rail-piggyback": equip
$143,000 to build an extensionto story building which houses a state-approved funds, was Marketing Service. The cuts ment for transporting fresh Chemical Poisoning Of FoodsAn
the processing pilot plantof model processing and packIng taken after realization the Station which are scheduled to be- fruits ana vegetables
the Citrus Experiment Station plant with laboratory facilities is badly cramped for come effective on July 1, -Development of unitized
Lake Alfred. upstairs. space whkh la shared by Com range from 30 per cent of handling system for canned
The decision was made at Needed mission researchers. The funds allocated to each projectto fruits and vegetables. agricultural scientist said didn't read and understand the Residue tolerance, Fifield explained
the monthly meeting of the Space boost In apace is also expectedto complete elimination of one -Evaluation of how liquid yesterday evening there U no directions were too young to' is the maximum levelof
Commission held here Friday The Commission also determined facilitate planned atepupa project. nitrogen serves as a refrigerant sound bash for public 'worry read and understan4 them" he pesticide the law permits to
at the Cherry Plaza Hotel following to push the Station's In research (bi processing and on vehicles carrying that chemical pesticides are remain on agricultural products,
recommendations of request for a new M-by-187- new products. The projects are; frozen fruits and vegetables. poisoning foods. said. I and Is usually something like I
the Commission's special committee foot two-story office-laboratory Also at the Commission -Development of the best -Introduction and evaluation Dr Willard M. Flfield, secre- Last year there were 89 deaths one per million parts. The
on research facilities, building In the citrus Indua- meeting, a resolution was way to ship fresh fruit and of prepacklng cltrua. of the Florida In the U.S; because of Improper U.S.D.A. estimates even 100
headed by Robert E. Snively try's legislature program set passed opposing budget cuts vegetables, Including citrus, Complete elimination of Agricultural tary-manager Research Institute I handling of pesticides times the residual tolerance
of Winter Haven. for consideration by the Legislature in five research projects now oversell In large trailer vans funds has been planned for and president of the Florida But 150 people died from using permitted by law Is. still safe

Aa planned, the_Commission In 1969. being carried o*.: by the trans- Design and testing of 1m.Agrlcuzture- the last project., 4ftate Horticultural Society, aspirin. for consumption.

spoke at the annual banquet of Checked By Law i New Officers

the Citrus Club of Florida South The safety of food that might New student officers of the

I Readership Up On O.J. AdsORLANDO Holland era College. have been in contact with insecticides Citrus Club were announced at
Pledged To 'Fear of Unknown' has been guaranteed the banquet They are larry
I I by such organizations as the McCranie, president; Don
Flfield who war formerly American Medical Associationand Vaughan, vice president; Robert
Florida Citrus mission's advertising staff at advertising and merchandising provost of agriculture for the the National Academy of Kerr, secretary, and Lamar Rl-
Commission's advertisementsfor a meeting here Friday committee Tariff Cut Battle University of Florida, said current Science under present legislative -mel treasurer.Dr. .
frozen concentrated orange 21 Per Dollar Television commercials for public fear that the food procedures governing the Charles T. Thrift, president
juice in the Saturday Evening The current ads are being Florida orange juice have also - supply can be traced to a ''fear marketing of the chemical kill' of Florida Southern Col.
Post Life and Reader's Digest read by 220,000 more men been proving outstandingly ORLANDO Florida Citrus two organizations resolved "in of the unknown" the public ers, Fifield aald. : lege, also announced the tint
are being rememberedby and 565,000 more women than successful, as measured by Mutual and Florida Citrus view of the great urgency of does not understand the chemical Explaining these checks, Fl: winner of an alumni award act
more people than the average ads for other food advertisersin the Nielsen Report, the Com Commission, in a joint meet. this matter. Florida's senior makeup of Insecticides and field said any new pesticide, by the club for alumni who have
of 650 other food advertisements the same magazines, said mission's staff announced. ing at the Cherry Plaza Hotel senator be respectfully requested cannot correctly assess their i must be registered by its manu-:contributed outstanding serviceto
of the same size James T. Hopkins, acting director Commission commercial here Friday, passed a resolution to call a meeting 01 potential or lack of potential facturer with the pest control the Citrus Club and the citrus
appearing In the two publica of advertising and pub have reached a 4.5 commercial calling on Florida' the entire Florida delegationin for harming man. division of the U.S. Department! Industry as a whole. The win
tions. licity for the Commission, and message rating per home senator, Spessard L. Holland, Washington at the earliest I Yet, Fifield said the public of Agriculture. The manufacturer ner was announced as Hally R.
An average of 5,135,000 Malcolm M. Barnum, vice 42,700,000 more commercial to get together with the rest of possible date to receive from does not know what exactly is must prove Its usefulness, Holman, a 1954 graduate, who
adults according to a survey president of Campbell-Ewald home Impressions than do advertisements the Florida 1 Congressional representatives of the Florida going on at Cape Kennedy or chemical potency and must sub was credited for organizing an
by the Starch research agency Advertising Agency for a synthetic delegation aa soon as possibleto Citrus Commission and Floe In the field of nuclear physics mit suitable Identifiable mate-' annual two-day field tour of the
rembered having seen the Twenty three readers are beverage manufacturer and Implement action for pre ida Citrus Mutual a report of "feels safe because this busi- rials on its residue tolerance on Citrus Club to the Indian River
14 magazine ads for "OI." being produced for every dol. 100,800,000 more than the advertiser vention of a tariff cut on Incoming the actions taken on the natters ness is carried on by trained foods. | region.
which have been appearing lar spent on the advertisements of a medium priced citrus. to date and to consider scientists.
Barnum said Holland, In a luncheon later and. finalize a course of action "I want you to know that ,0-
other
since the start of the magazine car. The two commer .
t advertising campaign last The report was made at a dais were used for comparison that day, indicated he has already that could be undertaken by work with pesticides U being
September, reported the Corn- meeting of the Commission's purposes. set such a meeting the delegation on a unified carried on by trained scientists >, .
sometime next week basis In support of the interests too," laid Fifield. R

,L 1_ "' .. :. :rr .3L >:.u Market Flood Feared of the Florida citrus industry "We are worried that at best n
80% Of Life The $2 billion Florida citrus with the ultimate ob pesticides are upsetting the bal-
industry has been increasingly jective of securing the removal ante of nature and spoiling our
THE CITRUS Is 'Buggy'GAINESVILLE concerned that negotiationsunder of citrus fruits and products food supply," But said Fifield
from the list of articles subject tir
the Trade ExpansionAct man upset the balance of nature (
You may of 1962, set for Geneva to negotiation at Geneva from the moment pioneers '.
think that the current human later this spring, will resulton ." started plowing fields and cut- ,' .....
CIRCUIT g gK population of three billion is a reduction or possible elim Mutual and Commission also ting forests. He entered in j ., .
lot of people In the world, but .: .... : :
Inatlon of import duties on viewed two television com- competition with animals and .. '
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consider how many insects live citrus fruits and products at merclala advertising. : '
Insects then and must now ;
By DAVE PRATT with us. American ports. This would "Awake", a new frozen synthetic 'maintain his dominant post "? > : ,
,a Ledger Staff Writer Entomologists with the Florida permit the flooding of the U.S. orange beverage that is Ion.." '. .: .'
Agricultural Extension Service by foreign citrus that, because presently being market tested Man's fight to eliminate such :- '
WILL BE WELL-REPRESENTED by say that insects compriseabout of cheaper production costs, in Des Molnea. pests as disease-carrying mosquitoes Jj," \
CITRUS
80 per cent of the world'slower could undersell Florida1 citrus, The joint meeting followed for typhus, J' :
in -responsible
rather than
the people who comment on it engage ,
and higher animal population it Is believed. regular sessions of the two malaria
and epidemics
it during a Tuesday through Thursday trip to New The resolution passed by the groups. encephalitis ;
York City that is the biggest thing ever put togetherfor In_ the past-Is actually ..'
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In example of upsetting tne oai- < .. ; ,tiff.
the hard-working members of the Florida press ; "" .,
Fifield commented
ance of nature, '
in many a moon. But the public baa not ,,,.,,, ..,7 '.j"
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The occasion is a Florida World's fair Press Pre that. :
objected to ; ,
view and Agricultural :Jamboree arranged for some Fifield mentioned the development c : :
70 that friend of the Secretary of : :
newsmen by press, of DDT In 1943 as example 'c
Agriculture Doyle E Conner. of the Indispensable role
Opening day of the World's Fair Wednesday pesticides have come to play,

promises to be a gala event for all concernedunlessthe For example, he said, typhus rUHIC MOTICTID-S,eekUe H FlerUe. Sentient. Gllege'eCitrus

buses taking us to the Meadow Lake site are killed 4,000 In Greece In 1B54. Club, D,. Wilier.1 M. MieU, ........,.........., .. '1.*...
blocked by a planned Civil Rights demonstration in With the use of DDT, deaths .. ..
A.tle..It..1 Reteerch Imtitvte, tele . .t. cad feculty' members
which 2,000 cars will deliberately run out of gas on 8-D LAKELAND: LEDGER II 1N4 from typhua were whittled downto
Sunday, April that. werry eves ,...i"l. centemlneriaii ef fee4 .r fteithUv. IsMitfemie'ea'
the expressway leading to the Fair, seven In 1951.from pesticide An bttrlcete .,..... ef lealikrlva. cheeks make
And then there's another risk. Members of the "Some deaths
I occurred because people says feed Is 'nre when. .....b.M. (Letter Pfcete If Feat)
Central Florida press will take off from Orlando'lHerndon Citrus I Institute Set have
Field Tuesday morning. Some of us have

voiced some trepidation because this is the first time Cattle Sales Report Cites Boom
the field will be used by a jetliner. I
DADE CITY-The 19th Annual Nine Speakers president Florida Citrus Mutual -
But let's assume we get to NYC. What happens? Gulf Coast Citrus Institute Speakers at the morning sessions U "The Threat Of Citrus 1m Show Climb
The first evening will be a big disappointment, of will be held here Friday with and their topics will be: porty."
course, because we apparently won't have any workto all-day sessions devoted to new George Henry, Association president In the afternoon, Dr. F. E. Continuing an Upward trend, After Citrus FreezeCORAL
do. All that is scheduled is a dinner party at the industry programs, imports, "Florida Citrus Safety Gardner, horticulturist with the ales of cattle and calves at
Americana Hotel, where singer Julie London will citrus marketing and production -Association"! L. Dale Carlton, U.SD.A. Horticultural Station Cattlemen's Livestock Market GABLES '
perform, and stuff like that. We will lust have to director of growers relations division Orlando, will lead off with a,here Tuesday totaled 552. up "Floridahas reach over 200'mlUl04 boxes.
swallow our disappointment and wait for the next One of the major citrus Institutes ! ,. Florida Citrus Mutual, talk on "Rootstocks and Scions from 463 a week ago, reported experienced a boom of unprecedented Grapefruit production is also expected
In Florida, the meetingwill Mutual's Fruit Theft Pro- -Old and New" Dr. Clifford Harold Howze of Florida State proportion in citrus to increase significantly,
when last work.
day at we can get to grovelands since the
be held at the Pasco County gram";; Dr. E. T York Jr.,!Nolan of the Soil Science Foun- Marketing Bureau. great :and within a few years Florida
Gov. Farris Bryant Is traveling with the to freeze of 1962. claims Meredithand be
press will
Slaughter steers and heifer competing with California
Fairgrounds Auditorium, on Provost for Agriculture, University -dation, Lakeland, will present
the Fair, along with Commissioner Conner, On Wed were too few In number I to Tobin Research Co. in a In lemon production.
Highway 52 a mile west of Dade of Florida, Gainesville, "Things We Are Learning From
nesday they will tour the Florida Pavilion with us City, beginning at 9 o'clock In "Operation D-A.R-E", and Rob.en ,3uette Grove (Flatwoods PlantIng quote, said Howze; cows and report just released. Florida has been the major
as we get our first chance for a closeup look at how the morning. W Ruttedge, executive vice )." calves held steady to 50 cent "Large-Kale transactions in U.S. citrua growing state for
the exhibit, Citrus Tower and all, is shaping up. At lower, Stocker steers and heifers ,citrus groveland have exceeded many years, and produced almost
noon we will see President Johnson officially open were steady to 50 cents $75 million since the freeze of three-fourths of the na
the Fair and at 2 o'clock Gov. Bryant will open the Grapefruit Supply Dwindling As lower, cows steady, carves 50 December 1962, and monthly! tion's crop In 1962-63 despite
Florida will cents to II lower. sales volume la still the freeze. Florida's
Pavilion to the public At 3 he dedicatethe per-acre
Florida Citrus Tower Concentrators Near PeakORLANDO Standard and good slaughter Mature groves are Increalln"l production oranges for the
Orange steers 17.75 to 19.50, utility, as much as ILOoa season exceeded California production
The rest of the day and the following day Is $K to $17; good and choice large tracts, anf thousands o; by nearly 12 per cent.

mainly taken up with detailed tours of the Fair, along Thirty million ing from the Indian River area. I There are only about 2.5 million heifers, 118.50 to Sit.75, standard acres are being developed Into The previous year, Florida per-
with a scheduled visit to the New York Food Auction boxes of oranges and 11 million Hunter spoke at a meeting of boxes of grapefruit left to $18 to $19; utility cows $15 new groves." The 50-page research -acre production was 39 per cent
Market, where we can see how Florida citrus is auctioned boxes 6f be harvested Hunter reported. to $16.70, cutter $13.10 to $14.90, report "The Florida Cit greater
have been
Mutual here at the Plata
grapefruit
off to the markets. In between time there Cherry Twenty-five boxes less of grapefruit canner, $9 to $13. ma Industry-After The Freeze"I Several
Californians have been
will be gala dinners and what appears to be an Ideal processed so far this season, Hotel. are expected to be processed Good calves $2075 to $23, (includes a county.by-county ,buying citrus groveland in Flor-
blending of business-with-pleasure for the Fourth with most of the oranges going A little over 2 million boxesof this week, about 25,000 boxes,standard, $1850 to $21. utility breakdown of groveland. tran- ida since the freeze. Such
Estate Into frozen concentrate, Florida oranges are expected to go,less than last week's processor $16.50 to $19; good valet, $25 saction. as A. Hearst persons
I Randolph
Citrus Mutual reported here Fri to plants this week, about the utilization of 226,000 boxes to $2975, standard $21.25 to i Citrus prices rose as Florida and David W. Hearst, sons of
day lame as last week's total, said Weekly shipments have been $24. utility $17 to $21.50; common production decreased after the the late William
NOT MUCH HAS BEEN PUBLICIZED about the Roy E. Hunter, director of Hunter. I averaging about 600 cars of i and medium fecder-etocke freeze, and citrus Imports Into Hearst of publishing fame Randolph and
recent Nassau convention of the National Orange marketing Information, said almost Weekly shipments of orangesare grapefruit but this week total steers, $13.75 to $17, inferior, the state increased significanty. Vivian Vance, the TV ,
Juice Association, but the main Item on the agenda all concentrate plants In, around 500 cars, of which cars shipped will be slightlyover $IJ.23 to $14.Common Before the freeze, in 1961- have Invested In St personality Lucie
seems to have been the consolidation of oppositionto Florida are now operating but Indian River ships 75. Almost 500. Total of fresh fruit I and medium heifers (2, Florida produced over 154 County citrus land. Almost
federal standards on orange Juice. only a small number of grape-; 15,000 cars of oranges have moving out to market this sea 813 to $18; good heavy calves, million boxes of citrus, and In half of the total dollar volumeof
The association, which comprises some 110 pack. fruit packers are still handling moved from Florida this season, son have been almost 24,000 $19 to $23.79, medium, $ .75 to the year of the freeze produc- large citrus land sales have
ers of chilled orange Juice, has filed a brief oppos the dwindling supply of grapefruit down by about 1,000 carl from can to date, about 2000 cars $20, common, $14 to $16.79, interior ion fell by 30% to 108 million taken place in St, lucie County
moat of which is now Com last season's tally at this time. than In last 112 to $15.
more season boxes. The current
ing the standards In the U. S. Fifth District Court of crop will which escaped major damage
Appeals.Substantially. drop further-to 97 million box:'during the freeze.Production .

the association objects to the proliferation es, yet next season total citrus Declines
would insistas production should exceed 124
of terms the
new government million boxes Most citrus-producing countiesIn
labelled definitions of the product, all of which Florida experienced major
the association thinks are misleading. Instead of call As citrus prices rose to processors
and to the damage to the 1962-63 crop. Se-
ing their product "chilled orange Juice," packers 1,4 rl large quantities of consumer, vere declines from the previous

would have to call them "pasteurized orange juice"or it imported from Haiti oranges and sold were to year's orange production were
"heat-processed orange juice" or "heatstabilizedorange k. d hl air' rlyV five Florida processors. The common in many counties: Pasco
Juice" or, whtre concentrate Is used, "recon largest Haitian exporter expectsto County down 67 per cent:
stituted orange juice" or "orange Juice from concen double fresh orange sales to iillsborough down (3 per cent;
trat!" florida next season. Significant Lake down 47 per cent; Orange
At the same time, the association objects, the fresh fruit Imports from Mexico down 34 per cent; Polk down
federal government does not seem to be concerned were also reported, and several 27 per cent, Hardee down 22
about chilled Juice which Is made from frozen, stored million pounds of orange Juice'per cent, and Highlands County -

and thawed orange juice. Although this type of juiceis concentrate entered, the state counties down 9 per cent. Only three
rrom Learn escaped severe freeze
to be of inferior the standards don'task America and Africa.In .
apt quality, damage, and they were all on
it be Identified as juice produced in this way- their forecast of future the East Coast along the Indian
and the association thinks they should. production Meredith ft Tobin River. Brevard County showed
The federal government offers no reason why it estimate that Florida counties an Increase of nearly per cent
Insists chilled juice made from reconstituted concen- will produce 89 million boxesof In production, Indian River
trates must contain 11.8 per cent solids while that orange In the 1964-65 season, County over 8 per cent and St.
which is only squeezed and heat-treated can get away r r an 1963-64.increase of the 35 per cent over Lucie County showed a sizeable
1Yls By 196546 season, 11 per cent increase in
with only 10.5 per cent solids. orange production should oranges
approach -
The standards say liquid sweeteners can't be used an all-time high of 115 produced.The full Is avail-
report now
in heat-treated juice but are allowed in concentrate. million boxes. In 1970 Florida able to the public from Meredith -
At the same time It is permitted to add concentrateto orange production should reach ft Tobin Research Co., 495
heat-treated juice. Why the inconsistency about ISO million boxes and by 1975. Biltmore Way, Coral Gables 34,
sweeteners if the products can be combined? tile report says production may Florida for $10 per copy.
If sweeteners are used, labels must read such-
and-such a sweetener "added to reduce tartness." The

association feels this Is unnecessary. 4 a ". ass I Soil 'pH' ExplainedBARTOWHomeowners


I Orange Treo Likes Water

often kaline. A pH 01111 In the mid-
GAINESVILLE-Orange trees hydrogen, and carbon account have soils around their homes die and is neither acid alkaline
nor -
love water as much as ducks do for 490 pounds of the tree's bulk. analyzed to determine the "pH", .*
-eo well In fact that water comprises All other elements such aa calcium then ask the question-What Moat plants
grown around the
a large part of both the nitrogen, and potassium does It mean? home In the Central Florida
tree and fruit. constitute the remaining 10 Polk County Agricultural Agent -I area grow best when the soil
Plant physiologists! with the pounds. Jack T. McCown answers pH U around 55 to 65 which
Florida Agricultural Experiment A 15-year-old tree can produce the question this way The soil is slightly acid. However, homeowners
Stations tell us that a healthy about 500 pounds or more fruit pH, soil reaction, sourness and should remember that
year-old orange tree weighs each year say the scientists.The GRAPIHUIT IOOM-The' kelght, el the ireeefrvi M.MaMeioft IM dews ef .! but cot dew. eee..tiese! with .... bulk .f f.M. sweetness all refer to the acid-'pH Is not a measure of fertility,
about 1,000 pounds which includes composition of such an an- In a your men* citraimeii believe It have keen eke bait inmernery bait still fetal, shipped evt ceviHt haw the ladies. Riv.. .re*. Ity or alkalinity of the soil. The said McCown. The pH of a
the root system. Of the nual fruit yield Is 80 per cent wet nflderwey who this f>...t. el fkl"fl eyetetieiia .t Tw. IkeuM ten mete ef tree**"* Awe bee ikipe. **' this tee.te term pH Is a mathematical ex- particular area of ground may
toal weight half of it is water water or about 400 pounds. The Lekelene1. Peckbif' Ce. was tekee. eeeut s meiitk. et.. New, despite s.c date t..... were Nat .H .kit peer Shipment. are MWVlndllne pression and> Is of acidity or alkalinity indicate good growing condi-

The rest of the tree is made oranges contain two to three e hleh-p.seed "' ....t sad ......1"| ..."' .".. fer a pertlevhrlyflftee.tielity N llkty. ) ever JOO c.n a week, down Stew weekly' from 1 to expressed 14. A as numbers ttona yet the soil may not contain -

up of basic elements. Oxygen, pounds Of minerals frail this. y..., sand |..,.f..1t epwetiees ke.e hid te tallies. .f 600 cert fee the led| ..,...1| WMi, acid and a pH of pH 14 of la Its moat most al- enough plant growth.f plant .food for efficient -

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Working In dale of January uses wherel,,
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noon and wIll or/., for asia .. CKef.s-JI.OS 383.
I, JOSE M. ORLANDO ,Jorge Prat, a rightist Ind.-and eel I to th. hlheal and bait Werdl Deri Dare Dan Oar F FHOHPHATI lead I.
SANTIAGO Chile (AP-ChB pendent bidder for **ih, at the front docof ... I I .Aloe,., land aid. dirt r. .
Incumbent
President \ h MU ":'
tbe Court Hnua at Harlot. g
Is a marvel among Latin-Amer Jorge Alessandrl, an independ- Polk Ow.nty, Florida, on the lit, Ull"t'i:g 'f iOo. PEAT U Oubis p5.1 55
it is day of Shay 1114, tsp aamt boini 10 Bawl Cempapy. 4U1
lean countries- hasn't had nt. barred from
a running l.kl I sal.. day, at II p.mwblck ., CtASilPIaTO aPACI RATMM .. a.. *M-ri.
coup In 33 years.A I again. I* between th* |e.a| aal. U per *ol.ma laekcukaaipizn .
revolution Is takinplace hour of eleven .rlork, A M. and I Flewsrs Seeds Plants
quiet
Withdrawal Offer Made two o'clock P M. of sold day, the Diarutt KATIII ,
...... ...
M per -
however and ....,
now. it maexploda foiiowlne .Ibe4 amperty of tldefendant. -. I
, t at the polls Sept. 4, Prat has offered to wIthdraw .. Leroy Robert and == toatra.5 It..... Open Keeeeal .. 01. Alter 1100 and aol.,
"If.la. .
Robert to .atl.tnald I'o
when Chile elects a new pml to avert an Alitnde victory but abrasIon and costs' to-wit: WANT AD DEADLINE "o . HIS a.., Lemon.

so far the parties outside the I 1UI PantS -drx>r ...01.... weaa A" BANK KOSta aad *1 row puihat
dent. Popular isis tar saw-atesa, 11) .lltA. == .....'I..U... Rum .o' ."_. Rlik
Both front-running( candidates Action Front have not Lists. tfl IT4IH3I.invtntmr Oar Dundile. 3715 PO.ld A_
"0 '. Uoo: 6 55. saturdipThuu.p 5014157.
accepted Prat's call for flitUMi and
to move the country to a Conference -
promise ef I..ro, 4JO .. M. Monday .
equipment Roberta ..
the left. to select a single! non Building, eonalatlnt' ot Ublaa, Weel.....,. 4 30 P.. Tunday I I pods-s-pus AZALEAS, palm.no. i.T
victor/by Salvador Allende Marxiat candidate. ...."". rifricoraior and dent, nu....* 600 : pliny '. .' :
A There f....., )* ........, It bfda, IS 4JI p..11. WId._., .j. And.:: ::;
is .
54. a psychiatrist and Marxist, a possibility Allende chain, small bolL Inventory fa PrIde,. ..::10 *. M. Tk.nd*. I.. Olsaaor .,"
would give the Communists a may not become president eve may b. Inapwtad at tn. PotS. ..Iu.".", is 00 Mona Friday I

strong possibly decisive if he receives the largest vote. County tow Florid I Sh.rtft Offlco, S... - avail... 4J.,..W. PrldayTuaaday. 21 Feeds, Fruits, Vse/feUs!

voice in the government. He Is Unless a candidate gets an absolute Th* Eaat IS >H &' Lot S, W..d..a. .I .10 salurdap
Pluck. t, OAK PARK 8UBrtlVinO Q : Tom it* Rouse. loon
the candidate of the Popular majority Congress picks *. Win r fiance 12.00 Me** Meadar .aaehlp. .... 1 till 10 dally a...

Action Front. an alliance of either of the two leading vote- Florid, reordlnff to the Pint Wednesday S OS .. U. Monday oiaaee Whom .._,,.. t.nl..u.. kananai.. ,
tnti-Mf rvrordad In rut Book Thursday H. ta.
Communists and Moscow-lean getters I I. pa*. US, Public 1\_,... of I 0* P M TuadayPrlday. ALL .. Prlcti >, aaa afford. le
ing Socialists. I Allende's chances In a con Poll County, florid' S 00 P. M. WwtneedefSaturday. merelel SatlafaoUoa *r poor moaty
resskmal vote would not be MOVROB BRANNKV' II:00 MM Tkiridayauiday. Mi-Coy '
Nationalization Urged Chant of Polk County, FlorlA I 00 P. M. Tborediy ISIS W. :
bright. hIts Popular MUon'?
By EARL W BISC'LAIRB
ALL Fruit Trees
The Led. win apt M r* ,
Allende urges Immediate nationalization Front has only 36 deputies in: u-gil tnl.f Civil pputy ipenilble for mor* thaa OSe replaced, !

of the mining operations -the 147-member House and 14'' Inoorreel. .laeeruoa, C, . trm. pineapple' en

of two U.S. copper com seats in the 45-member Senate solids 1 II or lass SALI THE UKEIAND LEDGER 24 I l'...cO u.*52 no.S,."".

Anaconda and Kennecott. -Congressional elections will not '\'() WnOMA rr wAY ('Or4'xRt: TUEPHONE
panics
..
.
You ar* .b) notlflad that thollowlnt '
whose Investments In Chile take place until after the presdential motor vohlcla: iNS R.m.I. MU 6-1151 ..w.... Isodaceping
total about a billion dollars. He vote.Despite .. Hupvr, S.rl.l N... B2IJ73 C c-ac i
will .. said at public .. at usoaAM. : .... MV SOD CO.
also wants to break up the great the factors working .'......11 on the 14th day ..r IU, Laws
estates of Chile's old landowning against AHende many U.S. of- April INS, *t CommorrlM .trodrorpnratlon ; : i ;,, Oraalna Oraiaaa riaollBC
I4'l Ho. Fia. AT*. ANNOUNCEMENTS I ,
families. ficlala are worried about Chile' L k.land, .,. Tb. nrocrada e; ESTIMATES
A far more moderate course political futare. Resentment baa SIts .. Will b. applied ftrat to l Ou. pro -
the psyosnI of th* com of P.. IZ 10 WORks Mowini. pl...
Is advocated by Eduardo Frel!, long festered among Chile' tables, aiorln* and aal* *f said 2 Cere1 ef Tncnkitm "lO ., aid trading, in*.
candidate of the Christian Democrats -masses against what they seem motor "oh..l.. and the cot .r I CLARA I 1 In ird imlinf, and
.. .. ...
.. ,
"publication ot Hour of Ltd M* tr .13. '''tn.
Chile's largest party It tG regard as social Injustices hon to th* M III fact Ion of th. I'I'h. ',olormi
Js leftist but non-Marxist. The Communists tell the "rotos" balance du. under th. ontrc, BtAI TP I.T thanli I* all I. ."' Nvrstrtet
with .... Paul C. Bltbl. corarlnhe ..ton'''' eemfortlnc iymath .1 2-41010.
Frtl support I major program the[ _land and the copper mines, flnanclnn- aId n.t.y..- and help In tiwtnl .
to -Improve the lot ofChUe' ought to be theirs.Aiessandri's I Ci.... Any aurplua will b* paid to ;1 1D orrew*(Por(,rlni the* .and.. .lIrl ether etrTiceoral kindeiiea -. i 3 I* '
and will remain Mahl fur
'rotos"ragged _, Inlt pea you we ar. deeply irMemulMM Y'S
of
millions government ,a", balance remaining' unpaid tin- NURSERY

ones.-but says the reforms -' lated a 10-year development d.. said contract 0. I. XIQOINS PAMtLT, sri'IUd\ :
rnmman-tal Credit CorporatIon ,
should be undertakenwith program to expand the economy W u BROWN natee ,' KATHLEEN

moderation and restraint and provide more Jobs: Ctutomar 5ries Manater "DMtrti' .n. )
,
the right time. He built 200,000 low-cost housing 11"51 Chtkwo *. Pin. atrwt
and at says 4 test sis. ttwiKEBCHIPTtOlf

row II not the time to expropriate -1 units for peasants and ...ork'I'I'' NOTICa llndtr and OF by euaiPr's virtu I of an SAL ioft--' :: .rolary...... ; 4 lot and IPO,LI..v.-u".o. VI

the copper mines. Instead In the past two years, and Ion ...u.eI out of and tinder the atm Siam toil 11-194
..al of the circuit Court of Lk'ounty. .I atrollei Reitaurant Widnti.ar I"/'/
he would encourage new adopted a moderate agrarian reform -: dlate of Florida. under UbE ni"hV *.|...*. or U..i7.4 37 Stlloumi. ma tear
U.S. Investments to double program last year. 'lit. / t, Dec. where. POUND LADTB wrutwatok Inowntown I : I' ,.., .9ci medium, dIn

Chile's copper output and refineit American aid has average H.M. U X.n"Prlnirle.... Mechanical I. plaintiff Contraaor and A. =' .Lektland itore Call I
iburndala WOodlawn t-1401 Ihrc* Solon' loo
entirely at home. 27.62 per person annually only ., In,. I. defr-ndaat I bang lord lip,.," r i : .el.
exceeded In Latin America by uiMin and will offer for aal. 5 Persenel Notkn I cia "". Runiarlan lam >.'l.
Although the presidential race mud Mil to the MfhMt and hailbtdd.r Q I .. and dartl ar chill ,.
Is considered a tosmip between the U.S. aid to BraziL Chile's for nub, at tha front door 49 ..1. toa "01. .
01 tha Court Ifoue at Barlow sot aU. sod toolat eons andportln
Allenda and Frel there are two average per capita Income of pIlls County, Florida, on th* "(r, aeedi Dial MD .-.Ioe JTT dwarf soil
other candidates Jilio Duran of $323 a year compared with $300 lay ef April, J'I4, the earn brim ..... for aitlmate Clalbo.... Birdware1XJI8 our .. ... Imp.e

and for Latin America generally a I legal sales day, at J:30: p.m.. t'RADINO STASIPS cochanool a ;.mtra' 1
Centrist Radical party ... .
the hhb In botwran. the l il a.I.Iho. .u..t. LRaai, '0' au LI...q none' I
.... of eleven o'clock A. BinS 8.:1-: ..... SUNDAY 1 P.M.

lhe two followlnc o'rUxk, detcrlbed P. M of aald property day Uf c.... ahop, sonCha.Iiat ... Monday 'Iliuz.dspAltodoSois

Barber Turned Matador '"f th. defendant, A. ... Kanneddeohanlcal > Read SN-0071.. Dra-.I .

I Contractor, toe, to C .pine *kedipreadi........... .ill....,*tara.aitrli eorniRlBTIAN -, 52 5 = W..11
.
.II r, paid xacutlon and coat .1... .e' and 1..MlII.tlO. 5u.drods ..
In o-wlt at .....,.. te .h.OOI has .IKN :
Plans Fights SpainBy That part of t'''t. t and I of stasis...
:
Block I of ('Carpenter Rerond' NO RBI MO been .... ill i
Addition to Bartew .. recorded wen. wDectil. attention tltea tee 1 f
BOB M. GASSAWAY with the big fighting bulls needs In Plat Book 1 at PaSo 1, -= aeedi. of each patient. MD . : : Tree SurgeryINSTRUCTION
I-IM3 cooed '
to be Improved but there U Reonrda of Polk County, Florida .
Associated Press Writer lyln ...t of th. AtlintloCoait AUTO INIORAMCK. Bad Ictalla TRIMId100. NIII.
a* aetdtnt .IU'
little criticism of his ability to Une Railroad Lass a. laiurinwt aunt not M-! and psnd '0'_. ..
McALLEN Tex. (AP-A Me- kill the animals. He i Is billed AND F.ACEPT: Hnlnnln* at months M pay Call MO .-..*.11SHIRLIY'I ,
Allen barber turned bullfighter a point on tk* Nortb Una of om.n I :
sword."I PLOWBR and 50bhpIhop druao
leave Tuesday night en ,as the king of the said Lot S tl.II feet weat of 3310 OoaUi Placid. Tom- .lr. A.
will anticipate a little trouble th* northeait cnrnrr tkereof) jl.ti line ef millinery lupplin. ,hiM: 1: : '
route to Spain where he h thonc. soulS IT.M f..t. trenr lro", ... material!. pcs-Soio Denting, Muitt

scheduled for six months of professional over there. Nixon said "be-a weal Line Railroad to the Atlantis Sb.,,. SortS.woot.riy 'oa.t. IAT CLAM itarla Thurediy, April I \'
usually
bulls
are
cause the 13 Learn produlonal way Bhlr.it AAA TIACMIP. tan a tint \

bullfighting.M sold two of little larger than. the ones I have Lin ChinE Railroad' aid S*AtlantisCoa.t 10 foot ,'. Plawtr Plerlda. At MO Hobby 0-3070 ahu.. 3340SOuth \ N. \ lor'. and Odium U....tniuvciton.... MU a......
Charles Nixon been fighting. Also I am ar to th. north line of paid Lot S, MALBl. Wlnltri oil, 504 W .
his three barber shops last weekto American and I'm going to the thine* gist to ,lie point ef b*' will ...ForClossified'W. .

finance the trip. and padlocked place bullfighting started But rlnntnt i. Grinder, I nrh BUILDING TRADES ,repair.. PLOVER."r ,'i sin initrucuoni. bouts Vhat el Arthur 1 a

the other. I think I'll do okay." Binder, 1 Black De,'kerJ'caw man, .. unable to u... WW.
"I'm completely out of any ? t Table Haw, 1 Thor .. ,... .b.. ... ,. J j
Is he afraid of bulls Portable DrUid, 1 xI.rtridlt..t 14 Building, CorpintirlngBJOOPINO. ee!, ". .1.
business except bullfighting hesid. ion, T Eliht-lnrh B at D !
OC Course H.'. Afraid Power ......, 1 FIght Inch "' i fcheefs. .
.,.
WINDOW alam'
I --- -- -- -
Porta-cable Saw, 4 Vibes Nulrunnrra IIOon.
"I'm really a newcomer to I "Of course I'm afraid. You'vi I B D Nut.runner. tldiac, perabee, noons,. allot. oridll : .* LARGesT said maol
S ." BAD. '10." 10 ..n 110. I* ,.,. aVICentreetint I elan .. baautf .. Lakiland
most afraid / Heavy Duty
the business compared to got to be a little bit or Coop..,. Inured. neiteai, > Colitta. .0. Baa (I.
1>r11l. l-tua. Blmmeraa. .. ..... _./,...,.
Mexican and Spanish matadors. you wouldn't live very long, MONROE" RRANNFN Phone MO A. itreea, aondi
MU IOIB f Bean lepe.. / ampla parkIng n-4 HWANT j
Most of them start training In he said. Sheriff ef JoiSt County, r 1
Florida ROOPINtl AND csrp.ot.rol
childhood. I didn't tart until "When you get out there and By FARO W. I'INC'UtRICChlor vork..prrtlnn Net' rail a cent-raptor roolor" .0a310. Rm. .I A

three years ago when I was 31. that bull starts at you your IT. Civil Deputymy Mondir throuth_ PrldayAppllancts ._, ,, 1 I BETTER JOB

S Fights Turned Down stomach feels sort of empty- NOTIC uNbaR riCTITIOUSNAM j I
because It is up in your throat"Nixon LAW Your Choice:
"I worked on cows and calves : will fly from McAllen TO WHOM IT MAT COWER': : Keypunch

for two years before I got my to New York leaving there Notice I. hereby puritanS(Ivan t* th that* 'Pie.litlouu thanderatgned I BUSINESS Spewrltln, Shorthand

first professional fight-on I ," Sootlon
April 23 for Paris. After two Nam Utatut ,
March 10, 1963-ancS now I have he'll to ..1.... Lawa of Florida, will rrcla.
three proceed .
days Machines
or .
here on t.r with th* Cltrk of th Clnultourt
turned down five fights Madrid. (' in and for Polls County Comptometers
the Mexican border." I footloose Florida. upon receipt ef proof olpublication 1
"I'm going over there tIm. of Idle notice, ISo ,
Last year he fought three and f.ncy.tr..nd sIngle Ictltlnu" name, to-wlt! UAKK- Monday

times in Reynosa Mexico. and ." Nixon said. "I'm going to LAND under OUDDEN which w.PAINT are ."CKNtR ....-. FOR YOU TO USE AS A any- Day or Night-

once In Matamorot and was work a lot. but I Intend to have In ".In..*. W* etpept t. eniatabualneaa t

awarded four ears. a lot of fun. too." I I. at. III Mouth ef Lakeland Florid WHEN YOU NEED Lakeland
Anceug la th City
"I canceled out fights In Clu- "I want to make a good Im Florida. Inc.

dad Acuna, Reynosa, Mats-pression. I want the people of That bll.I.ills...partlei enurprlie Intereited. ar a.fOlIo. InisiS I 'I' Lake Wir.Insttute.

moms Laredo and Monterreyto Spain to smile when they think '.: POll PROMPT hahn ea refrw- K. a. Phone 68U9858

make the trip," he said. about that bullfighting barber Ronald E Jenna H 'Intaraat..... ...10... waiblni piachlnea, aalpllaaeM Plunalnt .
from Texas." I Raymond C. Conover -'14 I. .. aall thrifty Cityrvlci Prie
Nixon. laid fight promoters Dated at lakeland. Folk Coun- Department Al*-II aft_ toel rifrliora.
along the Mexican border consider ty, Florida, April I, U... .,4. I* 'n nndid Wi tram ton.
54rTvICstL'10lCAPPl.LAhCEli .
U.'"4Inder Appliances &I I14. Comm.relil Imll.
him I drawing card for Keller NOTtC& 0. aHiniPF'a SALS : .......d. .. ...al. ._T.d. ....
United States tourists but whenit Ruby and by virtu ef aa a..- Pp .... ,..onabli" Prie eiumindow ''' I S. CIVIL SERVICE"TESTSI
he Is utlon leaned eut ef and under air. renanloner i dreirsad
collect
to
comes time Inilnutlon. Cill Buphrnir
told he didn't draw enough tour Makes Hit hi nail ef the Clalma of Florida Court, ,,of n.d.c ii too. .od8t dlmini'oI rric5. POll I. utirt bioS
Pout County, ante n"J r A'ni't. 112-12 '7.Apt. Mil VD Woffltn II-IS
Ists to make his pay. date of Novamher S. 1(11: ID.. a .. ........,
herein Howard C. Hteph'n. dbaiphene Hspalrs Sinrlcs ....... until appolnud Thou-
Manager Hires Him TV Show ,. Concret la plaintiff and i .. of lob. apan .. .I.n.
On. Rill PMIII frxl O'urii rRIB
Pearcy I. denitanl unnnouarr
U. M Mariaret Inlo.
... .
"I Just decided this trip Wasthethlngtodo. q I have levied upon and4i11 ite Crater IT1S North....florid el lb. talarlai. raqulra
for III.' .u. *ara- ,
venue ilnlni mini
When I get over offer for pale and lell t* theaheat
... U.. laftt* InipMtloa ea tAnfsmilp ANY and Lincoln n.r
BACONAP bidder for .h. .ho. .
there I will be working for a By JAMES th and front brat door of tr. Court tar. with the leteit elio.onle .1 ebsnig. > M-JIO Lnkiland Led....
At *
Writer = eaulpmentw Our mtehanlria .
-
guy they call Chupeda who was Movle-TelevliNM lion.. at Bart_. )'.Ik County .. .._u, tuscan I of all an.matire "PAddrs'111. ,
the manager of El Cordobes. El HOLLYWOOD (AP) RubyKeller' nrlda. on th. tRill day of April. .....1,,. CHI 6I1-3J11 I LIVESTOCK
the *am. being a kcal sale.lay aH'n 1
shuffling off to Buffalo IMf. AtIaotloO lidui. Wi (it*
Cordobes 11th. highest paid at 5:35: p m. which I* betweene flrc' ntampiArte on ".ble''
world. days are not over yet. legal. aal. hour ef *,...* sal, all :
bullfighter in the : ,
..'. I aouHi, Dog, Calf, '
when A few weeks ago Jerry Lewis clock. A. ... and we .I..Ie Sect CeverspU .
"I talked with Chupeda th. followingrecrlbed
P. M of .Id day,
Cordobes made his tour of Mexico -brought the famed movie dancing .. proiwrty f>l the d..f.ndnt. -I UND's, AU10 a..i c'.... CO.-' '. PD' Bhoppa. Pi*.

earlier this year and made star out of ABC-TV retirement show.to spear -.I. ...u.r II. ,M.paid*.execution Marierot and Pearey coatiwltt ., e MteaiotHreCencrtte Pt..,. VtI 110.-0..135bsaiBsin cxptitT 11. Kathlttn 1m.. Rand.stud, Sbop pup,

this deal. on hit I Pius r... Rums. 505.51131.
Fans say Nixon's cape work "Of all the guests we have Or* HIT LIncoln 4 lIne hard.top reur Mt cNlliUAIIUAo. Sw.
had the show and there Caprt, Serial $57 WAibliti. LLCANCfD CGNCRITS oeouaeDrlrewara. .rn ibep sad 01''. for '.1.. Stud
on INS tat IWW-tll. Ii.. I* Sot floon. etdiwalkip our id, ; ... ahacolll ".1..
have been some of the biggest amount- of His tl *. atraeta. .u... petux end Howard .. _.1
State Hires 'names in show business none !..' OB TV ..bl... type; end D.IeI.,.. K. .. Morn, M-4V41I. l-llio. PEKING I I 5
table: coffee table: tree lamp; t.ah.isad Jetyi I .
mail and viewer I ormais Call
the
11.10"
has brought Flrealon Radio; Uol". lamp;
One In 21 response that Ruby did." said .wlvel chair r I e nil: threw rule M.le. room Li.loams I MO J-3110.
PloridiansJACKSONVILLE Lewis. "She's going" to be on chair, couch, ; double bud, I prlcM. *e *ewe pare...,. l : : CHIHUAHUA ...P. for
again and ala In. twin bed; I dreiaera II' P1'frigorolon araateed W* wt e* vod.rsold -.creenind Wilt MO
Amazed OK. .iau'lrle itove, Lain,lid InII...". UU I- ,ettel J. 1.1
Ruby ... .. ..
Flreatena: imall Du-h *tri; U IS P tt I. at .51-5145
(AP) One Ruby who says she has round dtnlnatabl* with I ..'ARC.p.odlo..hl. .u.noiurbr.d 3-1913.
of every 21 Floridians held a starred only In the kitchen of wood chair Fvreltvrelame I Iroo. ,
MO.MtOB PRANVKN TOT poodle, bluk
governmental position last year. her nearby Newport Beach herlff ef Folk' County, aRIDU 5..t fualtn, p.l.o.Matha'o ... ... ; linn. toil 1..1 C".Ia a.m.
Pomilam Phoog 012."Si.
.. 0.
This was about the same as home since 1939 II rather Florida. SIVCUAIRC .pal... 'after
fcARL W. .ul.
By .
the national average the State amazed by It all. Chief Civil pepjty Rspeln III" ... '1' ..IINOII' NV lhSt..
Chamber reported "You know I only made nine t'.|*S POll ... I
of Commerce
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
II
.......
in Us weekly business review.In movies and they all had the I Many coral-reef fishes change L&s LAWP.. ...rte R..PLACa.aNT sad .: ..:... I.oertel abad. II I : . g r I. r.. ails.

October 1963 there were same plot. I was always the u* colors at night presumably toImak' Radius. .. 1110I IIoUIII Orbs.. A- I .
5 0 Iof1J SAIlSLswsmiwer ,.. ,
261,790 public employes In Florid derstudy who took over when themselves hard to see pretty tali billOt..5i.will siv! you|

*, a gain of S per cent over the star broke her leg and, of Tiny pigment cells expand or BspalrsANMOWia lee Blip .. >l 002.5515.RlnaeT

1961. The national Increase was course scored a smash then did contract reveal or hide color \ RUJAiHINO *... ..."... -HG lite N ,'
final fadeout love scene with : sad .... ......._. Buy aad nil ... ...11.. from ibIs
:3\ per cent. During this Interval a - "' .wen. iNlay, 130 taaier. MOIMTU4U .... ; ;'n..UU1.", Birtow,
the total population of the nation -Dick Powell. - 0-21. *.
Ruby a hoofer In Texas GUInan' Tor Pol Trrrlrri lie ::
gained U per cent and of speakeasy during the Prohibition SHOP Painting ::1 : .WO.J-2M4 Berlin Itaad,

Florida 4 per cent. kid when IttClfLi A.na.. Is.lariat . .. .
a .011I.
was just
era ... ... .. : two : ;.
The Florida figure was made she married the late Al Jolson 1131. Pint 1110 alaN A> ..*... Ouiria-.rt. lien..,1D1t"."n.. one lMtu :.

up of 12.341 federal civilian em 192$. WARNOCK'SFor wed _...a.... Vhene IJ-4JI
In .
.
47.830 "t r 3 30.PAINTIMO.__ LvtKl
ployes up J per cent: First Hit Also PewelTaWhen .

state employes and 1M.8H coun- Jolson mad the first lakeland's Best ill.....WAIHINa.. .. ..... sari<*rpintrerk Prw tlai* .10 SUNDAY 5 m. Main April.total 1*.,

ty-distrlct-city employes both talking picture she came to Hollywood mate*, ..._.DIe price en- m. Rldie Hldtri A...
into IH-TIK. Mr Tiirman ...a... ... .,
up S per cent. with him. By 1930 a FURNITUREBUYS Po.a .

The payroll of state and local tar was born. Her first big hit Picture Frames In .... ., .,
employes throughout Florida "42nd Street." and It wasPowell's 'I CIDKI yRAUU BeaiilUul .. ... .r ...Ullla
October last was : I..... aad aiauldlB. Cuiteai aadadr % .. *>..I tncludt. .
during the month of too. \ .. atad*. 0.,_ Art Shop i '
NITE
year came to $-.998,600.. a gainof I Years later after Powell had, EVERY loss. OTI.IOI-...-_-.--MU J-JJ04 BEAD ,..,.",, A. . .
10 per cent The comparablenational become a millionaire actor-ty blila. and tal"n. "U

average Increase was coon, he always Introduced himself 9 / :
per cent "as the guy who used to be TILL P.M. IF YOU WISH TO BE : 1M4 SAT A..DIA .",.lon..I.

Florida ranks 19th among of state the In 1eS.all" those Ruby Keller mov- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY BUSINESS : :.Brnd ta blat him ptrlormanre poor and lood eel ::.;-j
states In the
proportion Jolson In 1139 IM.nd for Maturation. *ie S
ril
and local employes among Its Ruby divorced I 102 1. M care II per dar. ' .
I Irtllelenta. married John Lowe. a commercial IC,. Ar*. available' Trtinile Pinch,
The state's rank 8th in and property developer. She a MU 2-2222 DIALMU 6-1151-Ak .City Ploilda. .1...
law II
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r IO-D LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April It, IIU RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS
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LIVESTOCK 'If MERCHANDISE fj 135 Rooms For lest
I'i'i" Boats? Motors, Supplies 1 04 Gas, Oil Veil 116 Automobllot. Solo 121 Mobllo Hernia 129 Ffmlilitd Apcrtmtnt Fvrnlshod Houses


90 Poultry i Supplies 97 ArtIcles For Solo-Mi DURACIIAPT bo.1 and tnll.I PROPANE OAS for _kIll', keatif > I960 VOLKBWAOEN Sedan priced 31 EN'roll, At aondltlon/ ei. POOR ROOMS, Sod floor W.l5 .jlcelf TWO BEDROOM furnteliod bome Screened. Clean.U, widow would la 405.. air

25 HP .lohasns, 541$. 2$0a *, feet voter. Irritation, tad. 10 Mil 5p .*.... doss. onellenidltlon tr... musS ... toe*. Phone Ml lunl.l>o4. IlohiSlrp. Taaill ran'" porch carport. MO S.SM3. conditioned .lIk with refined
22s PULLETS for aiia two OIRL. BICYCLE 38 pow. I Now lamps Hl.nwsc. P6055 654. trlal wo. Call SSC-jMS IM t U.. 701 Weel PattereanS2 317, Grew Trailer City 51. 111 ooucn Iowa I lady Pleaaant inrraundlnti ono

month old on 20lh *1 ...h. mower la" and hand push notr .. 3356. aerial Ou ....I... I3J3 Slew .1777T MUST BELL. 10'100'. IM1 VIII. '1'lLOCXI from sollse.. lonane 4<7SO CLEAN two bedroom d... 1 block trim ahopplns oeaurr baa

.tru Vanlreea (. A. Bmltn HI.h. MU 43340CASIMKNT FIBEROLAB RUNABOUT, 75.5 auburndala Buhwar, .BIRO. 1157 two seal htrdui On bedroom like now, MO dew roes. .tch.n wIts 11pm 55115.bedn000ss. plo.. tllo bath .alactria..51boo.carport. at front door 10 mlnutoi from
waahlni .rl.II.. Phone
way M (out miles North' CI.d. !: WINDOWS MV53V Mercury. tttor trtller. Aleo M .. ttlck shIlL Eicellent londltlon ...um. pennant or 13.3 S. 4M1730 .Ut. Call MU 60030or 63-2240. S3i, / downtown Reforoneee aithanied.

Irpiiai''. ..*"IBOS.. ". Iou 97"..OH". on. vita motors. Mtke oil... IDS JowtlryfT Best ofltr. all Cut Lak. Mirth or MU S43S3IBttl MU 05304.RIDOCORATSO. 1804 Richmond
36 .37 All In (004 tondltlwltn ,,.1.r"'I., 9433. Drive or phono CT >.3140. Win PAN Travel Trailer ISM. TWO bedrfurnlaood TWO BEDROOM two bath home Rod
92 Wanted, Llvoitock! Pits trretDi Alto Eaa.Lid bltcb. wa .5.5. diamond sold.1.coin. Ill Olan.s.loss wU ontalned. Twin pedi. txlraoPhono ..r... apartment ... la Cedar: Key S17S monthlr with MU J-5530
886.86ai. \14. 1,30'1 HP..\=:.d.food wood sondl.5.11 .. old told laUnuat. allrerNeleoa BUICK prltote owner ca.halo. e a.8471. outb Ploclda Aeenuo. Air ton rearlr I..... Call aMom.Hollr .___ -

WANTED' A'.. d.lry .ltl. sup BABY BID 511. hash oha' .. 'Uon motor and til Trntler tuIllhu : '' Jewelry. los Boutt nor107 .1 . teas. Avione.ua dri e. two LIKE NEW lOiSO custom deluge dIUoned mcloied ....... W>.., TWO SI0000MO. 11.1. room.diotni LOVELT PURNUHED prlw.al .
'Ind. Will... %o. .auh prlu 830: dInt,. tablo, (ti two I ( . horn 300. Call alter 4p ldu. boone point. block and white 9440 Ooldeeal noblle bome with 10134 rnlihed. adulta. ._. MU Ssau _... ..ltoIMft b.tb. 1.a4 entrance prWal r. t
Po..!. Dair. MV 1-0832 oed mattr...... cheap 88.-.tOB m. 'H.347. Wilt IQUi soS anrllmoo I III. cabana. central hrat and *lconditlonlne Road. Call M-1444. phono.* Ideal .. .I llo

VACUUM leaner. Cord ...Iod.or. THE MAR.LIN. 19RO Ctli-Craf __Plvmblng SvppllnMontgomery BUICK-Buper. Vor* .1"0. 44 Pn Beiutltul Btreet r.tii'c.eiotcr000 oil Lon*. PIVI ROOMB. ..,ob... lomb pied.. FOUR ROOM homo. C'In .. '71. fo a
MERCHANDISE9S tool rack, all attacrunan, Art Skiff 33 with tIdes brldt.. lood eondlUon. Excellent: radio frllOWlomee, sow epbolnt400' .tom.1II waub.'I outet location. .
OIUO' Mil (38. MU 5.0297. Loaded I n.scc ll.nt with condition..tr... Guarantee Por eExte> Ward and heater $"'. MU 3 1143 FOR SAlE' totO Is'.. mobil. .... T4S Ruihlnt HO S.M>BI' N. pete. S41 Lonif.llow Pnone40J.H43 Twig PRIVATE koda ENTRANCB C o.n.s loss sad...I.

KENMORE DELUXE aulomadlthwaaher ho ewni p. cammln.lon.: GET A GAS HOT WATER loss CHEVROLET!: V.*. SolAIc.fool . 50'lO': 51021 Isles cabana. TWO ROOM Qalet) .1.... _. .. 0 bu. I.....1.
Blcycltt Motorcycloi 11095.1 bar sIn for oulpl .. .. automtllc. ra- and extra bedroom on "prltot round floor. all ......... watefurnlahod COEY ONE bedroom, '
Vied 10 tlmea. (,. Phone 506-2304. Laheland: HEATER FROM WARDS door hardtop lots, bus lino' cellent: conditionLanderaped . aumnier ,.... adultaMO Quiet .1"1 W O R K I M a GENTLEMAN .rolerrod. -
kitchen. olooa
Child 407 Camrgtreet i
larto rldlni lire ',u.k, 610. heater U7I and troei. ReaeonAS342IS pIV.to. LorIs. furnlahod
TRIUMPH AND Yamaha ul. '10. 680-7041 14 PEATHrRWEIOHT alumlnurertop Have Hot Water When &DieM Sa. Off eUeet ...*. 1121Vphlne Private .od.aatranaa. prltaubath
room
Wlde'drrp.eturrlv. Omen I ...
sue eervlee usaIrl.stsrIuu .. baUdlnrtte. .
..,od.l.. iporta modal )NB .E"1I4 ...top 05,140.. C.II loader carrier. 10 HI 5dm- You Need lit I I960 FORD Palrlane. Good eon.dItlon. HOUSETRAILrR Ideal for U' EAST UrnSSodrss. .11 1.a. room. Reaaonabla rate U
tare tU 60314dihOilt jury motor 41 .... Street, .rr clean S orllnder $050. r-amoer or office. MoJio offer MV Uflni room kltenon TWO BEDROOMJ. ., kltohen. (let phone rip* ton* 01..
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Lakeland Ce*. Co. n. LonefHIowREAL.V ..-... InitallaUM 1363 Plateau Arenue Call ...- S4237covered. carport plant of abado SIS month SSS-SS3 weekdor -
Won Memorial Ma.lass ZIG .... like n... T... FURNISHED COT T' Two
N. Kentucky ..7.. w'r ,s.ln wIth ho".lIrall.r.t. arnlehed aparmem S, Baturdar .
,117 BltDBOOM
__ TWO alt a toured IdealQuiet .
hath man
one Pam." oil 04 monllll,. Sal. rooma
HARLET ub.n. .roorl. all ..
Hit foot ,.. 10m and '
lr dr...... ihllt.. fu ance (61..8. MO 3.3837. MU 2-5103 CLEAN ALL ordinal '(7 PontlacBtarchKt by rout Workshop .. lot ISO per nonta, HIT afarJorl ...d.. lardan flah. S3*
black A I condltlo ....... Apply Sl$ PlauwArenuo "
Iou, door wdaa. Automatic 4VX> Phone Blte> wS31J074 COTTAOE, S3* Oeceolo. Peelrahlo month 5566704.izI .
sss not or ea..30. oak for DoS POR BALE, Handweavln loom. TO CO"COMPLETE"- radio, better, sow white .aoIt. for eouplo ., .. Quiet ..,.hbo.-
Oood otter ..... itWHOLESALE tour narnaea. Ions trudl. Wracci QUIET uoat homo, lOt
108 Pianos t Moiled Imt. bus
PrlfaUMl l hood Hear and itoree. Refer
u. 10 J'" wIde m.l.rl.1 Bench tlrei Coailder trade THREE ROOMS and celli "e .1. .
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PR1CC8I ,wombs Orsine. Coors ,redn sod B.3.14'. 124 Trucks Traitors docoralod alcelr furnUhed WInlow ...... SSS-S2S8 Nol KOI, .
'64 Pointer Motorcycle hutllfw AIM over'llOo""worth JUST RECEIVED: FALCON ticellent oondltloi Ian OK itrait nartlni 841 SMALl. POUR lOOm and bath .,MU 10.11I. uoar CIty p.

WMvlna yarna on orlilnil conee Carload Died Flanoo CuraeerlandSM _ _ _ fear towl, call YU 1.14.RO'
FOB Cleveland O Rnular Ouror and many pattern and Inilrucllon Oood II'''. Prletlo. M80 PORD Vin Track piite h.. "13. ...
Miami Pla. Prl-e Prlc looks, All Soc lirm rIco ol 190fmrB. THEY aro reflalahed reeoadlUoned ....3U.. li'.1. Maria Tradtni Poit t... BLOCKS! from ..U.... Two DUPLEX THREE rooms and bath BREEZB innlni ..ndiln. d
"" "". *." W"MRID1KO All new 15 Ft. fiberglass and fullr guaranteed All ooma. llvlni room .'.10' .Itl
COMET *
IBJce SS47 20 S3IS.30 inlahai C0041'ININTAL. Iernaosl.la Tampa HI."..,. LKbla and water fnrnlahod l.oolp.. >7 woeklr Oroaaa
.O.E" tor, .43.40 .JI.'O Cobia Equippe" with Steer I". 'brourhoul. 555 00cm P5005. lerie kitohon wreen porchand S mOnth. Co. A.. 5Oct11 "2.74'.
EAST TERMS
01 PORD turk. stocI SIll hod.P505. .hath Phoni MU S-OS2S orMU
Include. I] volt sputum. electrlUrUr LAWN mowi-r with new nceiv"ble"e.u* Includlnf hifldellir and .. MO 22030.COMPORTASLE. .
n.lie tbi and reel typo lawn PULL Sn chanie new nlaa 10111 "2101. "33" R.
direction Hint. lid. newer. loodPhone mime I tJO Phone ing Back To Back Seating. at a 1 laur dsnc.CANNONMUSIC.I':: PM radio Prnenl oiar CLOAN.' slaroobedroom. 134 Room With Board
lew mirror *00.5200.w'ifgnj.. I Sot value II.300. Bacrlflco (or Inmod N ICE L T PURNISHED duplex .. COlItIS and School

Hillsborough Sales ; HOME 'or no.4 sod i and Tinted Windshield CO. I a lo tale. ..t.. Phone RENTALS lane Solar room two bed room.. pld.O. 500 51 4100' 050 ...t. BOARD WTTB lunchee .. *o.
tIle bath with ehower all electric
1831 W. Hilleboroukh, Tampa. TI.97Artd.srorsai.Msc. 9cw chine 50015,1 lii..Pstut" .,. Ynuro 'or plus 35 H.P. Mercury (with 303 B Pie -L..I.ndU..l4aOPE" Ml.1103. t kitchen Plorlda room air ....- Call 653-1233. TelevUlon ro*>.. Reaaanabl 7UEail
MU 3 40O( I Oak '
EVENINOS: 11.3 PONTIAC Catallna Poweiteerlni email homo 137 NEW Tampa HUhwar Nice '
FRIDAY Juat like
; ; TWO DRINK .e One Cops electric starter) and Single power ....... automatic 121 Business Pisces For Ron) Corner dltlunod Arlana and Ollpln 1404Ollpln two bedroom houao. Plentyipare 01

CoIn build In.dry 10 on.b. moyod.rrlrlnnrs.8..208N."m'lI Lever Control. New heavy SPECIAL BALI of Baby OraadaSludloa Reasonable Tampa, Mr Hlahwef Montaemerr. 2840 Avenue for aarde, adnlto sal,. 131 Uifuraislio.Ap.rts.LINCOLN .

1. BET of Uwo furniture Oat Consoles and Splaeta New 840 SQ. FT THREE. ROOMS and bath A*
double. throe Sinai ComlortiblII .. takolnnde towed Prlr.a duty Murray tilt trailer. Real' b....,.,. Brown (04 South 1097 PORD 4 door. (305 and CLEAN TWO bedroom duplex leotria kitchen *JS 5 moo In COURT AportmeauUkelaad
.. made. lood ..rl... CUe Pit- HO OWN PAYMENT 'lorldaMAONU8 1061 Chevrolet panel trurk 1138 OFFICE FOR RENTIIn eleotrlcltr and water furnlahedPar 2310<* Lanlor Btreet, near Pubis .. finest f.Ior pa*.
aim Drive, MV a.10SSDdllJ Prom (JO to (150 ELECTRIC In good condition 113 Week tth for *M. So math or SIS ihouae. tousles 9224 tanleiPOR 'pto. North Lineal 7th
oriana rom Tucker Oral Stars Bnlldlnil20x42 W.
1440. .it. MTJ 5.3,50i000PORDOsInnIu ...klr. MU "0421.
TV from S3* up Ouarantood E-Z Monthly Payments Reg olelo with aoni booS. PnIncdfrom '. Pared parkin la front TWO 110110050 bo.I. III SI.III. :MO 1.31.MODI
New' car condition
5. finance. Workln LInOleum run .. () 95 u.. Special 1293 no W(11(37 MainBALDWIN up Sash: Eloolrlo Power krakea, power ateerl ODd riarl 'r.".... floor. Ideal CLOSE IN' furnlahed tint floor .. .. two bedrooms T8RZB roonu eleotrla
trade-in accepted Admiral Belee R... (11950 3.piece IHInc lois.l radio heattr, nlr oondltlonerII for doclori office or eaedlcalipplr throe roomi bath agitable too .1..ln. porh, 1155.50551.. .... INI. iround nor.Near .

Berne, MO t-3171. ......,. room .u..... . . . ((> ., CIII M11. 0.5150POAC'TICALLY ACROSONIC .050. MO 6'60J9. 1 outlet. Central b.atloi 00' woman. 62S Eaat Orant Ila or inner .. downtown.4.dult .
(one only at this price) .7"1 id air condltwnln, Silt OIo.lb.IJ. .
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TV. 404 M. W.h..b.A Rei .31.6G Eon aprtni orIsn.rspclns iocO COMET ftoioch 11"00 V.n NICELY PURNISHED duplex nearCollaia RE'OV room ootlaxonrport *. .. -.1.
NEW -. Call T. R Tucker, Jr. Realm -
GLASS and door rtp.tr, mattress . 8H 5$ ornole model piano Call wv 118..3B3'mood roodilion.nllhtt.18.88B-436I DomIno dsy Icr MU ""73. I MU S-1IJ4 between 0and Wator furnlabod 0. TWO aItDROO. duplex. Illosik.
Peru Initillcd For fno eitlmeu Vied bedroom stIlls lomplete 7.POU1 ternoldl Road Ma children Mdofi duplex SSS
t call Cliff Ward 313 norm ..... 889Rei $5 I.I.JI'8 1.82 50 Old. lAbs .... 13.00 2500 IQ PT. ...... 'or rent .t % ROOMS .od b.th, owlrdeoorat.d S4S montk MU -92U. month 0. .. ... Leahy
MU 80018CLOTHESLINE. (4. 89 0-pleco dlnttteaet 111 Goods mil. M11 1.3.13&iMiRCUR' 003 North Florlds A..u.. ideal tor 413 4341. 053.7004. Rea
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. . lit 15 GLEN'SMercury Sporting lour door hsmd.I.e. ton sara a. paId or I'odm shop, .dulle. 701 Miaecl THREE ROOM .. . .. .
PO81B areatl*I Good tiled TVe (49 II hone eteertnc and brskme osrtosn I 10 Scrub HIIII doom .1 door Clean end eoer. SISCroveee MODERN TWO bedroom duplex.
reduced I sod 1" completely New 3 HP 31 power mower Outboard Baleo A Strvlc! APACHE CAMPING tr.II.... SOS RosS clean '6S6 'ho" .U cr011.5, at A..ommod.1I trucks.Parkln It.OARAGB APARTMENT four *. ....11. Near itoree and echool. $70meatS.

..Id.... 41' ereeiarm with t now . . . (4( >. C omen ....., It. A 0., Rd. the bell bmfone bu0ln an' Ed- 2.087' rear. roo.... both and porch Me lac*. TWO NICE homee S21 OoldenRule Coo *waer till BoulhTennoeaoo
hoo... 56 .0 .nd Ill 50 Jnho'. UVI Parll SInd. PIICIIaIPsnk. .
paIr Onod uied Stones and Mfrle- MUST "ELL 1050 Plnmouth toll lIon. On bua atop .13.2.31. North SIS Lake
Furnished MS-
Hom. 41.11"" .0. Phoo. 6.6.sloe. Plorld. ,.. Apartments lol .
oratori . . (4050 II. ma 33$ pOici soS New paInt. SIS Clark .. COtTAGE One
Watlerd Idanutooturliag ,CLEAN TWO bedroom upatolraapartment EpPCPCY.
Style craft paint SIX aallo owder blue Radio heeler white I
Alan lane aioik of PlumOIni Slid 112 Wentsd Miscollanoori .ld..11 Ilr.., '971. HA ..aO.,. VRNIBHED OR DnfnmUhed. .rUato to rliht tenant. Cheaprearlr PURNUHED COTTAOE I. North two .. 10 . ISISOoodrear
1 103 FurnIture & Iotulbo",. Plorld.. rental Electrla. water fur.nlihed A... 441-4233
AUCTIONFriday Hardware. Appliances bath entrance 837 CO t* Carolina. ..per week Call MU .
(5500 monthly. NaIls Aparta 730 Bouth MlatUalppI MU 3.217]. FIVE ROOMB clean alee floon.
POLY FOAM RUBBER CASH FOR Snusud it.msMu
sour .
EFRIOERATORB. MOSS I Irateri 117 Automobile Wintododel _. MTJ S-4445 S-4307 BKTX'O er .e. Cloee downtown.
Nltes Only OUTLET 3.3377.WANTEDI: BIX ROOM. n..1, decoratod. sip
I Wo S air oondtllomra ote All iiI AND ci.... prlval entranc near .b,. ... Keaeonabl
Cut It An, SI lai! I tIPPEt TWO kFdrooma llvln* permanent a. dii. I..r.
7:30: P.M. WE PAY TOP PRICES! mikea repaired Prompt eipertarrvico IS or more line or WAnTED CLEAN car. 44 10 00Model. !ooni. kitchen kith oedar iloeetaear end bath flrat floor oondilon.d. Peonhis.o. Ateilel "2".1.
Wo bur aell fur Por Oood Used Furniture Bee 01 for mod mod aolancet wood boat 35 HP motor or more Call .U S.35e2. 0 .10.... bua. Adulu (3747 adulta onlr. 1S37 New' Tampa II 2S SS2.8u4. AIR loorUment.
pr roi ud trailer MV 00480. A.I CONDmONJD .
your Kelvlnntor and Hlah.... 1
and] Appllancei .
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kltchoaAdulte .
PAY CAIH for plcbup buck or .TOTIL .
APARTMENT and
one dealer Nile Day TV Aplancee ono POR THE dlacrunlnauni two
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION CALL MU 3.2044 .. 1330 Auburndale Rd- oar suds $1' PI.... soIl two roorai llnrni utllltloe furlahed CLOSE IN' babY aocapted Entire 11100 S-4 room homoK BoutheldS1SOS17S d... Cb..I". ... .pots. ho rard work
CENTER .10 6.2116VACUUM AUTOMOTIVE YU 3.3104.cAoN Dlile MobiL 4BOO Mow upatalra two bedroom ..n.. Clark Realty ( 33

Polk Mart IN a flash ur 0' PI.hp ,lamps. .'BKhwaf__ _ _ _ porch, parkin 101 Sub Maine- .3. LOWER rT. four roomi. ...
S3(( 0 B (S Sail Trading CLEANERS POR RENT Two fur.nlahed .
rebuilt re. $7 0' 01',. Call .11I-41.8. Wad 115 052.7772. _..,._ : bodO. shill:.., *. us SMula Mia.aourl .
conditioned new Repaira. paruOraiadeld ,I 116 AutomobIles For Salt THREI ROOMS clean quiet Us.teal hoiu SOS . Aol. apply MS South Mlaeourl
IEAUT1PUL HAWAIIAN prlnu __ _Ul. HWY. .3 EAST Electric 3131 ClevelandHelihle sIll Nuwars.WAN'TID' I location Electric kitchen. all TWO FURNISHED apartment $0 0 per month Phone 44-240S.
Sled MO S.(3(7V tllltloa urnlihed. Adulta onlrarklnt Rich: four teems and bath 242Slilivood WASTED .,., ..
at Shut (I K por yard. Dacro .. 19&2 CORVAIR afonaa convertlhli OLD IonS .n o. "' PU"AHI
Cotton prlnu at .(( and . .r..... '0' cash Prsspt . . 5561503.PUROIOHED Aoplr 2SM Taniioood EXTRA NICE two bedroom duoDI. NI \1: ,
man I1ONTGOMERrWARD BARGAINS Completely rebuilt -'adlo heater. auunatla tranamlaaion .1 Phoni SSI 2240 ... .... Also furnlahed three 55w :r-u by
oth.n at reduced 1'...... Wall-to. I and uaranteed (3( IS and while aldewall Urea, I',. Call .1... ., .13..101. A'A"tfoEHT' .1 room .olt.... "0. Clark Realty, 000r. .... :::
wall carpet or area run out to ... Proo munition. Alwayikelandi 000 mllea MU 1.4143. 017 Ioulll T.nno... R..o..I.NU TWO BEDROOM. cloao In. lower .
pour alee and odied .....n' abcS boat 3.1051PSIVATS pertinent. $... Include atlllllM, ..03. 139 Uafaralthtil
buya IB Sew orna.d 1>17 FORD convertible. Pull pow.er CASH FOR YOUR CAR Nooses
Includes Candy Stripe. Nylon' TV Mhlnt faclllUoi Clark ItealtrM MALL I COTTAOE for epui
at Nile DM TV. 1330 clean .
extra Mew Private
Tweeda and SOI DuPont HI-Lo. top ENTRANCE acroeneo 4031 osl month. Coat ...
Clo.... lund.,.. O C. Hamilton burndalo Road. Open till (00im owner IIO-342S after S 30. Pendartli Cherrolet will wreb llvlnf room. bedroom, P1.01. I\ furnlahed MU ALBO PASTrY fnrnlahod S and

Pabrlci Did. City Hwy. ((17 Installed Fencing MU 6.2176 WI FINANCE tour .msdllls bus your car It II'. aloai. ::1h'Ib'b: : ConVenient "". %. LARGE FURNISHED laraie 0-5972. I aedroonm. Mol Study HeaJtor15X7 .
miles North' of Interatato 4. EIGHT PIECE Cherry Minottninine load Low a* S40 dews Ounahln. ; Couple only.1 partment near oolleii and bus TWO BSDROOM "cottae*. Eaet .e Bird (as.UNFURMalEO .
room lulle CHI MU t. Nod c.... MS.SMS4J CAR PAYMENTSTOO llJo3313._ IIn.. Adults ...,.. Phone ..!.9104SS2 Ide. Nloelr furnUhed. t t 4107
UU PURNITURI and sppll.laces. CHAIN LINKFor 2'78WUTINOHOUSE. .r .27S7. Ontmanpo. SOS 5000 Sooth .
U..hol.II'n.' Bu,. sell, PORSCHE Super SO 19.Odd ATTRACTIVELY PURNISHED one C.I KU 1.41. DOP I boo.
".d.. H & to B.rtIiO H.UII, S cubic foot re. mllea. radio. Dunlop U.... S3SOO and two bedroom apartment 405 IDEAL FOR .01..1..... na. Srwosaa rooma. e..porl schools,
HI'''war >( North' at Olbaonla Protection Irliirator 40" Vnl versa I ran.. MU 21750.COMET. HIGH? Canto Florida Phono UU 3-3.117.1 Three rooms. porch Im 131 For Rent, Mlicollmoott Ioalll.. Slia CaroUna.
MU 2-4304 CHI MU 3.1034ELECTRIC m..ul. air conditioned Cor or ea- OM
and URN18HID OR aoml furnlahodbeautiful A.71
Beauty. SI. lour ititlonwaton
FOR SALE: ono commirolal air STOVS JO". sutomstlenn.ncan Btlck radio ooor and htiNeirlr ..'. Pindanli lato Cherrolel model .srsdaond will pay off do LaSs Morton 1(3 ..t.... Dlaleland SS2-432S.___ THREE BID ROOM two balls 6a. MODERN Iwo bedroom doun -

ondltloner. one sods fountain' CALL MU 2-5103 tool. very nice, 050. I' new. S300 Air .ndIU.nNl. .our ou bome In ona you can afford Lake Morton Drlvo Phono MU Two BEDROOM duplei alectrliItchen houae. loutS. ol Crrital LakExoellant .. .. Olsotrt, 'Itcb. .Jo224 O
on. neat .... Wo buy and sellmeut .retrl.rstor $35, "u ...21., roe a.. A.& condition low mill. -J85I_. I Dixieland ihopplnc .13: condition. Shade treoeS 0035001.CLZAN .
enythlnc Boulevard Trad. aio Person wIth ood credit can Sio Mr. MuaaollPENDARVIS Inca LOCATION Clean and W... Park It..". Pnono MU 0 month on leaie. Tw* bid.room TWO bedroom
an. Poet (3< Writ Vlrilnla SAVE2S flnanea low SaSh down Uaxlmum -3117. du..I.
FOR FREEESTIMATES taunt .ebosob.naoo I one both on Morklniblr lure. to stiess.
WHITE BEWINO machine .n con.aol. to :50> % 30 monthS. ions than S40 menthliHone dulta Parklni, Water (urnlibedto TWO MODERN 'urol.hod apart.mmsts. Lone completely furnUhed **0 o...1 lDanlr..a P._...3.

.. button holer Included .31 ao 01' 13-01 West CannonCOTTAOE I 000 sod .... '710 E... M. 10.th. Two .bedroomi. one bath TWO VEDetOOM
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...h. IOU Sharon Drive. 1I11t PONTIAC automatic, ... ELECTRIC kitchen. Donald.FOUR Woodland Afinuo. Combe eoe beuM. New.

SXECTROLUX: (3) latnt model, 9 8 Barter & ExchangeWILL BADCOCK'SRe eel lent oiechanlcal condition Niwatlerr CHEVROLET n'ar bui ..,I..tl. lulled! for two ROO.... saraae apartment.Screened ion. set Dlonl. Eatato L. i. BarbouRetlatered Broke... 'u.Dloh.I I. dt.1 throuihoul....11I. 13O Water Eatk.

new uarantoo. Tike .. .Built practical? new tlrei, Water provided. lit Wen B..Ot' ..- .. : (M4U7furnlihed .
ever pa Living Room low mlleaia, orIginal owner. S2SO J10 N PIstils Av.. M3.3813. porch Off atreet P. MU *-2133PURNIBHKD. l. c.1
menu Electrolui Corp. 556.1106.ILICTRIC I
Weat BelmarStreet.
In.. S50 month IIS
SWAP IotA rider mowor.c9.b Furniture 131 South Pennarlvanla WILL PAY coils IOmclcacneamorMobop 5 MALL MODERN apartment.o . THREE b.drso06hsuM. lUAU. HOO' 'ou.1. soS.
STOVE 10 encellontSundlttna. 1250 new lor 11 foot IIMr. 1 3 and 4 Piece 1951 PLYMOUTH 4-door. no lunkt '17 or old. .U 6.0400 I I... cloieti Ion adulU. (li But Twa and thro bedreotrallerl .' Del. City . .
.ood bu. OaO desk, aa or aluminum boat In Sold urIc room aultoaPriced nnellcnt Rod rim WOcSdnea TWO BEDROOMS! Near' achool Eait. aid* location. 0631745.MODERN.
Phono MU t 7330Bouttt
13.. WIIL EXCHANOI Impala eau.n.mtlbl Lemon "
iry tood MU 31143. condition .
Phono BS3 3265. Water urnlihed Children accepted nIt. tot millUea furnlehed.
aa Low ao sod Balurdari until B000.900We.t for Ito model pickup TWO belcoom du..I.
DESK AND chair briaklaat table Beacon Road .SS 1441 ...- trunkS nd pay dill nnmec.. Call I3ARAOI. APARTUSM Post SS MU s.4Q83NORTH8IDE MU 3-3. kItchen. ....11.0... vain

717 and Iou W..t, criaire Park. two 086-0611 table, lampa '9 et$. Motors, Supplies Por$89.95 and up. am1IST. Leallo OrUtard ,!1. MU (-4186. rooms lSost-sd. Comlor..bl.Ni p.10. lD.ulro. ci5.niesup 201 Los.OS DUPLEX attractivem PUlonilsiltO 0" anioel.h.d Ow.bedroom .. . N 1 3510..
ipectaoular SulntaIn .,. room.. Water rubblah saws housowlthalroosdi.il000r.
FORD Palrlane tudor .: .
WE PAT $15 up junk car SelOt.CO'i'rAOIPOOIR
III' FurIous saId furnlturo V.S work furnlahed. Oat tide. 000menthlp. 1'1..1 rrled. $00mooch.
Mill llberalai host,, ChIts automatic! radla tn.in. Free pick up Tonkel 3027 REDWOOD
40 tiP motor Mule tilt train.: VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed white walla 42000 mIles onlr Iron Al Metal Ine. ei2-1117 ro.., "'..rldaroom. other .... P 5 1 III as AU.ni. ..117.
See the Business Reduced lo IdOS u llamas boa, 141)5 Iron owner Call 142.SJ4T all .1.11. alp P.udIiasd.mnoo ( ..acea. Call .H.IJw*. 3 BEDROOMS I.roeplo.ete. rmtrc BEDROOM. TWO BATH
Oppor .nd BeT trailer Hit price (140, Furniture alter en, Plant CIt 120 Farm IntpUmsnts otl, ..... ... III PlorlnaOROUNDPLOOR I; DUPLEX: ' n Dixieland .I.an. nile screened .. ... eirellent Bouth CB HOO E OOOD NEiaMBOIt-

this week only (11(5 Uied 14' Deportment 1I8S CADILLAC lour door clean ..iree rooma and bath .r..n".lft eee .'1'33ota o annual 100. CON"EJI..I.. SIS OS
tunities" ads In
today'ipaper unabout. tilt trailer. as HP mo. $JBS MU S-O070 on Welt Oak attractive porch Cloao to itore ReducedraIDs ABUT TB aaHI
to r. skIs, skI rope. I... redatra: In Mulberry! In Kithlraa WANTr.D' CUR .,..tor. Pap ...h. apartment free lauadrr (acllillearecreition to rear around tenant, 20loIns I RINT.
110' full ..oy.. caver. >I Call MU ..,.JO. Orow Trailer City 113 Mobile Homes
for the best buy. mar Titi latln'n you make will nor. IIS Eaat. Park JOE P. BRIDGES
heel and (tiro four Ufa conS.lbs. than pay for tlmi and trip MU'T 811.1. 1910 lord SaiDo05w artaw H khwar. Eaton ParkAPARTMENTS _
four
Very feat nil price '88.. 10 Nulb.n. batt.cp Sad Iran.m'nlon. .70 121 Msblls HomssHOUSETRAILEIt ONE BEDROOM, sio.pinePN. ONB BEDROOM 1221 B Florida.Ave.
firm MU 6.0220. MiO (1180 noUhborhond fan"he tra. ,. pllone SSI 1444
N. 17 Suuercrift 45 HP motor. IIr.t Iloor nlro Or for Call I.
(1350 and (IS per wetk ., center. Inquire ..iWilt rnl .
N. ahoppina
'
Made tla trailer two 11 LINCOLN hardtop air condltioned .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I AND lot. Trillirport aur and (.. urnlihed LI''I. Patt.noo. LEAN MODERN luralihed TREE &DRoo" .r..rL. C".
alloa tonka horn ll.hta. W.S.BADCOCKCORPMain A.1 mechanical condition bo.
msnp .a..lo'. 101. OI"aRO, PatIS and CI..L Call MV
mm elcomo AIM aleepin
. .. Good Ar.
e91755. Two full year warranty Complete power Muat tee to appredate . ID Lake-look TrailerCourt. 148 AND u. throe room 'urobhod tr.I. .ol. .0100. .
< last Oak MU 1 8 17
414 .
.
'V90. Auburndale Outboard Huh 1632 South Webator private kath n j way tl two mllea rait ., An Mulberry store and PlorIa.Mulborcc Warer-eueei. '86.7.108 between ..It p m. rhO East la aide riant of Lake and Parkerprlco be. OUR ROOMS! and bath Early oI'im:1t.- : 73l aouth MlaaourNICE I. 1111. weekly. 413-3417 $19 WEEKLY. casse ..d "

,,,.0..4 S"el.1 burndalo on Lake MarlannaCLASSirno (tore Hoirafam : iii4 CHEVROLET: bardloo' ion- teen anytime, Owner. can I merlcaa furniture Adulta. Bwln DUPLEX, electrlf kltrhrnatrr PRIVATE, CLEAN tnlla for r..,. Srlserat.r fstnlsbeg. U do.imog.
I mIcs pool "I South .u...... firnlnhMl 101 Writ Itubrrerl Aloo I.,.. trailer 531 A 5555(5 Ph.e. 5473 5401i
I S to ( pro doily. Prl nltei .nible. now tranamlialon A-l 5bus
62 FORD DISPLAY TRAILER SALES rentali. Inaurance Phone MO S 20S4NICE P.l
.
until ( S84 141WO 165 MEW ... bedroom olectrla
Call MU 10610U ROOMS 110.
hape lila HREE and bain roundoor '
(
.10.... luppllea. Uurad I .... .
& Open All Day WedneidavOvor parti TWO .. apart.mrrt kudos ..
I air
0.100' 505 I. D.., Disleland aection Than 4110 trailer. .uIDIII.n.
<3 OALAXII '00. Two door bonded local and sitleesllsaaspumtors. Bouthaloe. .Wloo. .d1
HirdtcC. .rad V-i, hooterull .,ln.cnita. .. ..... SO aaaoriato PlorldaLakettnd . stores. tervlni hardtop. 2'bInder bird inline. V... Jack, 4710 Mew' MU 30359EXCEPTIONALLY. 210.. 1.1: b..room.For appoInt.mcnl ... I..d..ln.. Adulta (00 1100.41.CharIM..' Adultt80UTHSIDE. . '\ (. .

( .w... 0.ir 0.061.bnolo. HAVE BARGAIN A...... Store rnular lai. Power iteerini. AM. limps Nlshwan. ...01034 NICEapartmetiu n.w roll ___ Summer rale. 3005 ".l Plorla .
Ped IOd miol.thnrblch.nu4.etor..r. WILL SELL! (1, No Plorlda Avoadcock ''M radio swl00.Swsp-stoomlno [ Air conditioned It deired i' iT T..HUI'TLII'ttOAltD. ..1 S-131S TWO bedrooau
w, I". Will Treat Iou KUkt" "heel, 12000 mllei Ouiranleeuitorn Telephone MU 1.1414. II* Ixtwrr } rnxmi and Florida room 10'. 0' EMPRESS-iso one liin area store and re.irator .
Local' ono owner. Interior Like be*. ono ONE ONLY lut Charles Btreet I Ad ilii. 72ft Eaat Orani MU In Pour-aiar MObil. ... broo.. . furalihed. (M ntoath,

64 FORD ,DEFROSTINa Hotnolnt re.leretor ,wrier. 503.4007.SCORE LAROE APARTMENT nice. clean l 7- 821MODERN. bedrooms. Pelosilpnlrso.'Oan 383 ., MU S.1720. .U ''33.

$2095 : ranii and sulomstiowaolirm NEW SO'xlO' lid well urnlihed. Pront on.Wanes UPPf.R TWO I bath. (1c90. C.licnIres MODERN TRAILER with cabana
h Also I TV, (ood condition private bath on clIp bus ; LAKEFRONT HOME
3.1410. alklnedlitanco
'.1.. ..D.., Sods,. 6.0. 886-20J' nr Rundso. MU < downtown
mat.., psi'., ....,. $609 A STRIKE 2 bedroom p. 73i tomkee Road Id..lhnml 110 South Tnnnuoew. _ Convenient l..r one peraon om
.tu.1 001.5. Sorv,co Pol..t POFEZLR UPRIGHT (AS Rffrlo- (or eouple, (63.8474IR MODISH OUPjFTbmOc; -p00w.. .0u.I' 563-331.4.. POP .. ut. or t..... YnirUral.
PAUL NAYLOR with ot ic56ty "ofOcotln a. ator> crouton freeaer. enelvein A CONDITIONED efflcltncf, p15-trIo Slirhsot. 050 ,mnnihIO 7111'Oonth I, soy. easiom built. Sosllty fes.Inns .

mon'h. or IS,000 ""IN. r vo door. (10(40, 716 Apartment! Wmt electric eulncyri AgaInst budget ins Sell $3790R&BMOBILEHOMES .rl.... patio, near lintcblnsns'sloIS Ouwann;.. MU ..254t. M. n. Homo Lets .. Llvln r. dlnlni room.
MOTORS IItrrel. MU 3.4000UOEDOIOPRIOSRATOR md.ijjjX Plorlda room. sos. bedrooma. two
( Courao 4105 North PlorldaMCE TWO
5199,5FRANK tht furniture no longer bathi. cedar
you cloaelo, mud
Neon SoclthealoAdlilin room
1MT Bail Main, SI 'or 001.. A.onu. NIl .I..tr". _to. 1201 Cacolloss.Oworr I SHADY LOIS. thuffleboard nod.ern carport as itoraio. Electrl .
I' limd c... MU 2.15. make. oll.r. And.roo" s P3cc'tnon. use Inexpensively with a LOVELY CLOSB 10 00. or vshodrooml. aa2.2041 no facUltlee. clean reatroomaahoweri Ins .... John Hu.h. .

".. Curs MU a.OU3 FOSTER 211 Edward Phone 118..o2U._ 'a action Classified ad. 1(39 W Memorial Blvd. "pot, 110 Dot-u. 111louUt and laundrr, Clmores. WO '.3....
polk
"H 'VIH''G' TILL SLIGHTLY AMM r.i>l'cubic La..- tal traIl.,'.. Three mllei LaoS SIPhono ::1 rh0' ClIp
S P.M. too ond.r-.eposit.m RCA freeaer Dial MU 6-1151 now. Lakeland, Florida 130 Furnished Nouiilfurnlahed I' IIS.404SPIVB ,
MOTOR SALES Poll auarantro, $169 90. CnaliKtrlc APARTMENT fIrst door., PO" SALE .r .n.two bedroom
I ... 330 Weat Main. elertrlo kitchen. ehower. BO peta.dulta ACREB with well aad ieptla -: ..... .. the . 50tweoa -
.4T Itll dait Main ml. CLASSIPIS.O UKPCAV 1601 South Florida Ave- two BEDROOM 5.55 Adulti, tank paved road aha.sad S and 7. .a.13.
_ CLASSIFIED' DISPLAYfliciaIDeIiry". I 20a12,25n30WmES .u.. .nl,. 1'10' ...11. .,... .... $00' 'den apac __

MUST SELL AT ONCEI i I MOBIL STORAOI ROM*INBORANCBI PARTS meetS 55.0 Vslerls' n.o' .Id.nll. $63 LAKE Roma Park DOWNY New Pour larte.1 star MIII 334 CTVITAN . S rooma. 1 l

1964 1 W 0 5101100500. eomol.t.l I Lakeland Rich and drr Municipal . b.ll. 1 hedroomi. buUUut '.01
PONTIAC
41* Wnt Belmar. MS electric ..Mr ..41 oewereur and mel. Cell: I... SSS monUi

GRAND PRIX DEE'SMOBILE SOMEONE per month OlIve kr the* saIlS .. bna llnee. Blacl t* 2821 CIVITAN . s 0 roam.. 1
c Lola. Dick. Roaitr lOll 5mw 0, .. Park Bnomiaa Center -
noo I..doocoloo "',.... . bedroom.
Wn,to. B,.... leather bucketoeale HOMES Elit Main Oboes MO SS1M124S G lake ftihini sad boat.Ml Florida room. mbalht
lectery air. 4.way por .. MU 1S40 ". CrreLake Built-in rente sod Ivan.
alum' 'num w..,. end 141 H. Wabaih MO S.(6SIS WANTS WIJlIR-aI. two bedroom 101 OrIon UU "I
.u.... t,It ._'n.. AM/PM carport SIS Adulta. .. 1"43. Call b...S100 ..0.11I.ABBOT.HECKES.
I TRUCK SALE rod. "Oh r...._..... tint JIM Junile. trailer SSO ..11'1 TRAILER LOT lor 5034'
.
owner od .1....onot.ttbe.cd.noo., wh to ,,,... One frlaerator TRAV"LLEIIoII.t.ttova wIlls ones iso. floor re- .007 _______ CO..Ot'' I.csl.d. CO.

I ice ..10.... Bavo ever (UM al furnace. Owls coucbei $5.20n. your mobile home. Contact TWO OR three bedroom haute, air -
Charloa Dldlir Route 3. Boa K). rondllloolm and central heatlniVirr
la the Class-!
I IS IN FULL BLAST LOADED 4100 winter Haven on laki Mariana your buyer oomforUble Next door. .. MOBILE LIVING
..17 0. ...
oil Lynrhbur Road Schmidt a fled section Dial MU 6-1151 Sant Pa H .% ihooL ReaMnable AT ITS BESTir 'r.D. MO 113

Trailer Park real MU 2.SSSt __ ___ _
n '
I LOOK WHAT HAS HAPPENED ! FRANK FOSTER FOR BALE: Attractive K'ISO' to plat your inexpensive CLEAN POUR raom duplex lane 05. C 50 loroIp$ 11,0 Iak.P 50 5 'On.our .. park DUPLEX 1WO bedroom. aawlr
.. location SMadulta. 551 r..lld. Ono block from
two bedroom mobile homo II. ad now porch convenient
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01' KwOe- ,ins Irinkl,. aad ahaoplni aria. Re.
1S02 lOOSe Ihool
MOTOR SALES enable prlci Pboni MU S 4044 .' M3-4J21. direct
after S 30. .aa. power company ..Irlle.tr. furMehod SOS
PlSc.
Ills (... M.,. St. Ln al.lmu. 1..1..a bllla 11'1' ..nOl. h* eeea alter
I ,SPECIALS I CLASkiriKO OISPLAV I _CL..II.IID DISPLAY CLAi.iri.O DISPLAY sloe, the roo-, 4pm.. M*.J2SOPhono ,
r..l. faeiutiaa. Tb... thlaxi
ad m om.sn, Plums at PALM THREE LARGE bodmeom hou...
,SHORES MOBILE We 05 moo th, .1& SalIloos .
"lane Juat of VnUOI .. -. .

56 International 1/2 Ton Pickup . 195 .Lake Road. 'aru...ftk S*.1.I Moo I.TWO refriierator BEDROOM,..lU.. Lane Storond


'56 FORD 101 Children .0.. call MU
1/2 Ton
Pickup 195 slier I .
woekdara
. . . . 135 looms For lest
TWO BEDROOM houo wlta Ptar.a .
56 FORD / Ton room Cloeo la and bua
Pickup . . . . 295 LAROB ROOM. clean. par bw I..., .e moot. *. Moau.
.... Prwforrwd or man and for key
011" .aol.
58 GMC / Ton wile Prlco reaeonabla. MU S.1344X
Pickup . . . . 295 POR RENT I .... Throe bed.
NICE CLEAN
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room CKwo DU* room. air ooadltloned. oloctriabwllt.ua
land Call MU -0111m I rnxe end
59 FORD V2 Ton even Crratal
Pickup . . . . $395 Lah san.a. MS month Available

'59 FORD / Ton Pickup $495 UHf.CUS""D 315 Mar MARVEU5E.Phon .24.Midoss C.

. . . . n._. 5505 psrd. 05550 _


'59 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup . .'. . . $595 100 Cars to Choose From / ADS Isa 80S.RAD.Clark a.lt*?! !,.564-4635.d. Wslb.UL I

CLASSIP1ED DISPLAY a, .dbms room. ale .
60 FORD 1/2 Ton Panel 5 "U .odl..
. . . . . $495 '<1 CHIVHOLIT Impala -Dr.. .8 moth .

H.i 60 FORD 1/2 Ton 61 Ford : :
Pickup $595 2DocrAirCond'itianid' AJTJ J M1J 5-0750
. . . . F.c t orr fmh .
LNrURNIBHED
'60 FORD 1/2 '<0 COMIT 4-D or S.wo". aaonrr ..._. THREE*M Alas bedroom awn
Ton
Pickup . . . . 695 I Sher,. Slick Hack 5 995 .bPdroo..u.. h01".. *J.. rho.. YU

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60 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup 695 $1195 :
. . . . '60 'DSMO.ILl4.D'. Soda*. niuocncuuimo

_ _ All: tlso v.WU*. $1495 AND
Air ..drtian*<
52 CHEVROLET ADS
Cattle
Truck s,... ". $595 50SNOtlONa5.
. '61 FALCON W Or. V. I" ,
.,oia ., "I _,_ Sleucssl

59 FORD 3/4 Ton Cab and Chassis . $793 .". '" '''''If. Slir*. $995 ..t 5iso4. Eooelluc.Is.nI,0.oo
0 $2006'OOPOIi CLASSirHO
".:n, * 59 GMC with loe Mi. Va ..
utility body . . . . . 0 . $895 Cisa. Sod Is vsudasoo
: 57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Siifln. fully 41.1".4. ..51650PASMOLL
.
62 CHEVROLET V. ton long wheel base C CU. ool$ ScoW.cit.r. 1 1I

r I '49 MERCURY '57 DODGE Dow.. This tar hot I lot of ito ) .. ,.._. Osdooo .-
*>M. turn pto*. !
pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . $895 on 4-DOOR mills Isft. -'" .. .1N. I '

O '56 DESOTO. Runt pod leeks |* J. Priced I Sll TWO ln INT*. 6

NEW 1964 TAGS FURNISHED ON ALL ABOVE UNITS si arp "A food rvnnlnf c.," to ull. I I I N'UIOAL Laws.' I.CO.. 5050.0 SIDING CADET I .l; "'e..:ad".


Many, many men good buys to choose front-No Rioionablo Offer ..'us." 8100 '55 CHEVROLET 5 ,ion! W...... Radio .no I I fACE,IM...AM, MOWS HOW*. C.o SN

Call Char/* WWf.Ify, or Mu Urnmsn I ; ...t.,. Nice Clr, Roods t large family I .mu.._I' for .

s _ _ _ _ _ or I good flsk.rmon.Wo $175PAUL



PENDARVISCHEVROLET << Have HAROLD Many More Choice Ont-Owncr FUSSELL Can Ta Choosa From I.M.choose, .fromQUILIIAN MOTORS




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TRUCK CENTER b leod Con MV
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502 N. Fl. Aye Ph. 686.5165 'Ii OPEN l .
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142 Ctfidomlnlom Apt*. 144 Acn..., lets F.r Sale 144 Acr...., Lets For Sol 146 Farms, ., 153 Heuiis For Sal.BAROAINI 1S3 Kevin Fer Sol. LAII"tl&D-_ DISPLAY CLAae1PISD D... LAVPublic.Auclion

TAMP.T 141, toMUeat .. .
CATTLB
BBAOTIPDI. ....
lanUB. t. 17,MO. Joll br wnr. 131 .n PER ,
dome Ibre pMroom, ITS kaih, $50 MONTH
WINDSOR ARMS J 410a.I' Bnnnao. ll' w. ..... tlft- Lots For Sale MUM. an. I fin* _nor ..... eoottal.nt lor*. '
.. nd 4 US \... poor CrMlAl Lake tl.MOra I aad S bedroom frame Borneo
I LOTS for *.. ta C"... By Owner auo kead of h tr ....1.... DrU kr Mil that sasS be Mid IJD_".,
APARTMENTSCondominium BMlan. Ob ..d. South from to ton, farm .... : PURR B...h.n.. ",.... Call *wnrMOIIM Mo BallfylBi.. lie ileciai _.. BOaxtraa.
: \ BOMB*. "a nable. UJ.MI4. Tae T441t7.0 ........n. Hurt. ipt. Oood .... ;: > palav Malooln Thou... Minimum down payment
, ,... .....11' pattun, aad ....
s.sonic LoI. A sad B. To.. roll AaTlREUA'NT ham re* la. Pot information
r reedy ta aectipLoc4ed PInS Street Total ate*, both lot, tlTaUoa. H .-In).: Inae5O. rented. Three Bedroom with yhaaa Moaday ahrmia, Prtda eMU
at 117-211 WtndMr ATpear Robinson PinesLotltlMMOA 140'1130', Tow Arils (5,000.AIM Whit tprlnf H Parts frame and larue apartment, two .. .. 1204 West RubyStreet
EMI at
Wes 0.
Boutiual. UiU it airr.1. two low Redwood Aionct .. lota. eemaiUi 0.110'1' 111000. 2-C116
Term -
oua wy et llTlni eTalltbl to ( Maewood Drink pd reek Phone .n. an offer, call -J* aTKMPLB .
rail. Tan own the t." withoumaUUBBlMw AU ltIDI _'Ial peumharaaod. butt IM Plorid ar "'- (Cwmor tf Control)
...ad...... BeauttuUr .., JTd itreeu. Lara* bile lota 10'.140'. Prtca 13300 .eb ........ : PARK four bedroomaTthto
d.lsrstd..I..ndllknd. BH ahado tree*. 4 block ..., Phoa* ...or ,. .asS kath. all Pormlca kltchea.tw .
- tt central heated hallt-la' ..1_.... of Wbib w Hnuiaj ., Call MONEY *. 4lo car larat krlrk. eee owner, OPEN HOUSE
tile "'h., lerior IM eecon d T R. Turks Jr. ... ,, tM7173 Ma ..a.., iai)0 Jaffa afreet. Call ttt77louruaiDB .

floor Yen ere muilni a real. op. ar slap by ll_ .. Ma*. 20 A _. ..'. LOCATION thmbedroom Sale 27th 10 AIM
port unit T Arm It you ...... eenWlwUor AT*. Tucker Buildlni.BIAUT1PUL ,IM Jilt. 831 twa bath, pantl Ptorld SUNDAY April ,
Condominium Apt Duncan 0 P., room, .ckal. beat and air eondlttonlni -
PRIME INVESTMENT Mr*. Mist. | kullt-la kltobw. **rcetit. 2:30: TO 5:30: PALbedreerai.

looklni Late oibeon HOMICBITKB w._.I...... 40 Lon Oren .Can ",. Poww 5.S: ill.POO.-you tsoo 052 down cloelni. -or o aotadowa .u-,! Cctnj for the high bld-a tfcree btdrtom from
x.c1ia" .. A... e4 .....*., UU """. f111 "orl11. '. Jr. JUIUK. la UCLt78IV. 110.11I Oa' 75.ISIS.
I Corns CITB4: rUlfht JIOI Touni Court MO-77OO. .
bo.I''ILOTS BIT 15 IW sada
ramp CI3-M01, end Xallam Mood IniKMI.. CUTS TWO bedroom Ct on II. I '.mo, well ctnifrvctid. On a very largo will
5 S bath. SPLIT UV.U. .
DICK BARNES OP LOTSIzas MutUi derriopmenl proTK powlolllU*r liold *lor t n.U>. 10 A Ukefront Val lan4 lots Two School klocU IT Weet.too,CenArenna 4,.. horn with all th. EXTRA shaded corner let, In a fln. ..llIhll........
oom* AB< ABprelttop hen. overlook In OI aort.a.. *U.mtTMBCB a,1&1 M. ,,. area.DlreoUoa .
*'..' asst C.11.1.' r***, Hobby Geed financing already set Drift by mlIM
ROALT'01Lo11 nuUiikt tn rt .. *! Prom laktland. Mid up.
la.300. J.o.aO'll. Booth nor.da slw P"' .....,. us BKDBOOM to kath CB
i I. 11. 1144101 ,.. An.u* trtatoc.. Paved hour I1M .. Mulberrr. dries mt Hlihway 37
Mrn do. kfO S-TtOI
.lIer loll with o llnt term*. this "'or. solo dot For f
IIIb". *ol, '!.1M. ttlr 1.o-901/wttar. 3 *lde.. TIIIt U t ri *lMpr.UkolAiid 10 A Oror aft S30 ... l* Oirl.Un Park San ..... I* property .rthtf >
I BillM ta .1.. aa Mt turn
MEL OoMrti RIIaI-1It.M CTOP. I4T100. Carpet POUR BKDHOOM tram homo In orth to propwtr. Prom Barlow Informatttn phone Auctions o8&-0121.
I RUDY "t KM '". LUlud 30 A Bearini .. : DUIeland Onlr 16400. Dowa .
143 MOils Hem. Lttt UD.A on HIIultTrd par.meat dries Wet oa tt t* I40>A. tot
-Rsslbr Uortix. Bro.... b, 4U '". PA<*4 *.tr..10a down 1000. llrtT by 131 Weal *> *l'ID pa iiiht. Ours iifhl to
1>37 B. ".mo'IDJ JlI... *td.*. K...11.., tit* for Melts 40 A Or. .. Hancock then tall II1J41111 toMO ropertr.Oa .
dial ...-4li)7 ta> tlai. .al ..lIdln.. Motel or hole. crop ... 553.000 InaldeTHREB .
THREE 00 A Has,, 1>''''' Auction Means Action
11 I or 10 lUUilora 11.11 Bid. ..lion, I1M.000. BKDDOOMa. tw. ...Ib. prmlM ta ireet ?...
EXTRA LARGE OlbuMiia" Ai low A* It*ATM dow an*.,Riubf tans LAilM Hlh 13O A Or..... Carport eitende4 boat awnlnt
TRAILER Ctloa Aon.4 bMtUut .0,.. lands snip lot Mt tor MI. IM. ". 1321000. at Nicely laadieaped. tot BdfiwoodDrlTO MORRIS RISTER
LOTS 1.511 down prmnk Anloa. 4 I I"'. ".3 O. 330 A 0..... / MU 11143.
SEE mars trar POM w bmuUtu will 31* "' ... WILL: RIFT four bedroom, mbath REALTOR
on* aor homtfltM. roilrlctw homo with double earportLocated I Deposit % On Sale Day I
JOHN J. BRENNAN
LOT #26, #27 #4 I.. i. Barbmtr n..i.t.rd Kl JOHN 1. oa a ornr lot *a BouttiCnriUI FhOB. I8J-1I77 Ul-lttt
Bital*) Broker. MU oatu.MIC lake Del.. Will tell fur- 1331 B. Pla. AT*. ,
S.al.r .11I-4103 lahed or nnlurnUhed. 1800 down
on Reynolds Road BDHDINO tot. 110' '.
just 1131
and 173 month
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South of Crystal Lake Dr. "..,... :ao I.atrort... trail and Bart.xll tro 121 32.44 lehed Call ei3-33 9SPOTLBM $61.85 PER MONTH
Alw ai lot la Block IB Mi*. COTTAac, oompleteIT COLJOS.F.SEDMERAAuctioneer
$1495.00 wood Pail 01 ..*.*. .tteot. W. SPRING FEVER? aIIo_ 1 and kltrMUTXf fwaiahedaulet
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10, add aWSt10157. PboD' 519. LAKE Drt. area juit ." 0017 'JoIOO Tw 4rom CH hen ., 1010
33110. TRY THESE-! Clark Re.0/p. tM-4031. W..1 Canal It Stools Park. PMnt -Realtor-Liquidator
$150 Down $25 Month 38 5011. 410 I 5. Inolud* I..... iniurano,
TWO LOTS, North CrrilAl Lok (1) ODI .... 1 14 Pin........ TO MOVB bbl soar, duplex rlBclpal and IntarMt |U| dow*
Phone Dries near Uk HolllnMworUi. | lot to Il.TOO .. Gllr eonTartod ta Ism!, ....- pr.....
613-6118 pried rlih* Two lot Kin. and (J) Two Ai en 4iAir ten 110,toot ManS. OP.. I d"eoeo. Make otter. .21 Bait Main.
QUM .1. t > an PHON1 Ill-tilt
strwt I1MOO. Ills horn*
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ho.Ednwatar... food bur, Ktclunn' lot J1 It saris ettolc I JO.000. Powers with Urai with T. I. I OUTHBIDB Bedroom tw* SUO bat*. Vlorlda down. Three room SHOP THE CLASSIFIED ADS
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144 Acreage, lift Fir S.I. Real Slats .Barkoar. IUt.tr Call AVtlAT .."' *. MU t'TlTI with I bath I Owns. . rot r. MU t-2M3. ,T R h.,... Jr., Rltor or I5 p od ADS
DRIPS br lilt H.m.mlh.bir"
LARD BUt-iOlfl acre emk oPU ACIUa I and I sirs bom. nun. MU t-wot. 141 Inttm. Hln Call ta ... laalde Ttrabodroo. AND SAVE SS$
cleared pin. laad. MO per ..,*. dt.a low doss pym04t. 13ln I .. CLAttlFlIO DISPLAY
1340 per .,V.. reach, feaoat sad North 1.50, Plortd roam elKlrlclichen ,
aria. '. '". Corral sad aadla; /r0.. kU'Ilh...V.itk . I TWO : ....., Toil nan th* Urmi.mrMini -- '- -- -- -
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aera s US Builritu I 11..10) kltoOni
only 1000. llaot ..... lot .,... .&I&". d". *.. Property .ndINoa.... dew Push
to head el tattle, salt ....tot. D _tnupt. ''' I ,. I ItI.
reUALB ioniTUb 1\10 O R TRAM AROUND
loot acre. four Blloa It.. crOIN. BUILDOia lot, prtr.d coMiamoiAU Have You Driven
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froaure, moraUKi a. ".1"' IM1 B. MMMTIAINDGtTRlAt. iBduMrtat aonlBf with
only TM Bore Bee *
R. C. Tats BY. per L. Oanlaer. Oder.ON, II'". ....IOY. Uahr, .*.... 11 lion In kMiiilful WMtarn luairaor North l.n..INorth r I II
Dick Realty. 1111 SCSI 5110 ant4tshd l. .ea-4341. ram. ear Blowln Hock and
Bait htala ; TkACT *41aUMKrl :
Phan MU 11133.PASTURB I :'w ppY.'". .5-1AJd.TMM. ; ....... porntetttlT 1tr DUPI.II1E ca. I Carolina. rumxuir known
......*,. aau.110,000, 0/tIt0 1.04 .... hoar and uoa ood wide water fur. eioetimt You nor climate IOTMVwij ,
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Said nil LAUD oomo -....*..0t.,. aer7 eemlcleared. sir.go 0.60.:: N.5..h5k Clq 0005 ". TMAM.. IIoaltorj 455 larMrat Ow.*r ta..- be hupreiieod with a nireUl I "Dart"Do Yet ? ?
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W. 101LAKXLANO fetiMd pMtiua tam MAUarn.
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Mme' Plant City. Oal> AlA aioraio .....* for feiHl
Still par aria T.... 39* .*.. I MKMCMUAI. Ilvd. $AouUuld lo..'* Hem fca: all m te* B L.. 0'''".,. B. C. Lila VACANT 13$' Include modern home 115.1du.l.,1.ns1.L onrlooklBt Lake Ml riled with all ffurnae*, :
Ray K Loll at Dick'* Rtally 16e.6m.t. 04 CU LtU art.. _... duo.. to each "' ". Larwe Utah.i ,
LOTS do.n, Ueon Burl. ....,.. :i'
1011 tan .I with low oiblnet and
kiaia. ph n *Mtl331VB ...1211. 100114. or tla-llt e....aI Knter ipaiw, lare* utility room,
> ACRB ........ HI ..... Ill DOPJix. 16 mo balt.. I:
nonm Mel R..dy Reaitar. UI7 146 Farms RanchttROV "..n... .Dd Park KM.., ro5110..5ma.rar.955p55 M
lake Crtvti xA
B Memorial ... kfU 4tlflTOROVB Morton b' ..""ID'..,, 1100 drlT*. apaolotu ahmbbed lawn '
,134431.HAYS ran*. with manr, .lano!> ihade t.oJ.;
LAND 10 .n., pin N Oap
and ..t.. leautlful blot land In.,.. kUliM rroBta IAS IA1t. It HN Birtoru BKVfHAL bath. eaPhP11111154... Boon txhaaie I'
warn eeotloa Lakeland fin *a th. I' ***. T w.r* old. ( Prte MM per aer.*..eaodyOIL ..... '.. k* Iri,. laoowiparalil *law. *. Martk Lat010ad.. tit.000M wn r, 1:81'O; N a
a71 diva Be u|* mhldl Bad oraammtalM d.... Alw *d UlBt IM ...... -- -
1. C. Leu ar*Ray rt. L.K. Gardner. 1' *. CoB4 for apartoitnl buildavr **r.., :J vr.. BTWIIK, ".**'. Ar*..
Dick'* a..IIOU ( Leie 'I' tsa profw.ion.1 u*. in, Thomas, ,18.1" -"", Borl Kodcor. I .._
Plion M4tl31COMBU ait MOM 1111.1.E. .... Mill. AND LOW 171 rUSXIBlUCICBBTJIUIacremteiTpatlo:

Road MAYOR. to'IU3 lot'*.. Hardla.Combeo Parker :gj ., "1505 uulItla I bdroom., :1M.ws.Is. ,Large two two Ins balh tons It You'll Love It!
ter and .IocUO'-' '" n.4M Clly. tent wa ."tJ : .tool.l.r.na..t Ill."a AI mIn. building D""L"j room. ? tt. ..n--.J: ,. famls;'PoomSotrl Today -

Lee for ...... IU-4173.: PO. M. CoIf AI..I.. load 001 I.lmls. 60, 111,. 5474110. ,by owner for bath soar. I Ilrln N room, 1e'0.13!ar4

CHOIC. BUILDING tile, IM'k Jus, 11._. LO-.III.. ments. If not Ptrtd P5.55 MUS-7MJ after S.
141' directly behlad 3UO CIT.- .
land Bifbu Bit*. Call MU S> W. Belmar 40 A. GROVE 'apartments rUro-
Mil. MU B.341OOFFICIAL. ,t A. Ramlla a> Ttltneia t tot converted to .. B" TWO 1045 ox-
Border m.r .. Make
.a the too block, wtlkla dla.tanr ,re. with taod crop Mi BLamlla offices single *POOR..*. 1 oils, Owner 13 tunrhIV
t sad Valaaolaa 1.4 Tr 1 1 301. RnSNts. 55w
GUIDE DKIelaad tan* bald Leas than 3 Ala 'I4I
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rat mass. 12,_. Ut-tOt. slot 40 nt Two w_. $1830.TRADES
to rental houM ..*... t' IMP wll hopA Main Street HOUS. POR 001.. bodrom C.
bargains . pip. Pfd Pod Bear Laklaad. *- 141 ...,. 1.-oil Is bark yard
the Classified section Kerneywood Pile IDOOOO. Tam.. larking : . 01.04 M Mb.d..lopplow o.tr'
33,000.. _. lo.11don Pay5.roL Call MU
Turn back now for the \. .
Lerrl ihad d homeilU wlthlBwalklnt 10 A. GROVE
appointment .
room apartment or house dl_. of CI..II.ndCourt On T BKU. nl e tw. bedroom.IB
ar \I klUhen, No city tale OooJieltiborhood
It A. RanllM on our root 1r
you need. School sad .otithtat LO- .. PHA. MU Vl731HI
30BI. Sod oondllloa. 77 A 1mprond R. B. (Bob) -
pMtor fenced wilt *p- CB : BOOMB, **k floor*, S31
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYFroOw1 ..... 30 con. I bedroom tram lu a.r. or._" _. 11._ .u111105 ACCEPTED COURTEOUS SALESMEN BANK FINANCINGIt's
Longfellow conitruetloa horn*, ,.... 10 ...In.to 308 So. .*". '!oo. 0...... MU 3-IU1. \
"I Lakeland PTlc 140000. >.* BRICK TWO bedroom. two
".. Bal. 10 >ra. (enr d. fruit tre WeeUldo 10..1 No Ilnllle To Trade 1'i1IaBUNKER
Jut out at th* City kit with allUlUee doves Tata butch, whcoU .Mtllb.;
Special) arallable. 11.100 LN- Month Pbon* ,l-7 194 I
16 A. GROVE 141 < NO AUBURNUALS-LOW

'57 CHEVROLET ;fystplLakeDr. Htmlln .a pour root :3 A) 4 ,r.. m.nt end OB$IS, wiontlt. Three bedruoin J
J" we ...Air blow Martf. 1 lows or ....... Located between UMO. 1 "..... .r***. HILL Inc.
to_. V.. .Utff>.tl. Plant lit, and Lakeland IBprIMheed koiM, tTtso. a. Mo- NO POWW ..r"'.... Hlthland .'
: ram... H..tOT>. aUtre. Jait a fw door out .f Lk ana Price 110.000 a.....* lat tnm Mrnl-unturauhBa.Hili. Three trftdruam.."PO" CH .
.". oUlaiiworth.. BeautUullr ww>dod. 3S1 .t IM ... ten ...... reel dara en MW 111.5. .s-al'4.. MH Aaalea

*895 1 .Il10d LN-9043.1t. :Deeerte a tualltrDOB 20 \. GROVE o..idwar Ml: w/ood. S ..!. ....In....5. SuUI YU5T Ihen 111.4, 5a5.. .r'nMr .Pour CS, CALL 4 302 West O Street

100 PT : ttt blolo "' 1400
Investment tmua .. eoar root 4 t* t inwd at L i lnd *a .. PhO 503 TS.o.1 Ie 682.3135 Lakeland, Florida 5100515
eoadlUoo, Bbltr and 1" Lt M for .*l. : .11,. Ptso.l I
..all Pared road. It alia. eoetLakia4. ,. . OLASSIP5SD
PAUL NAYLOR and d. Caa sM DISPLAY _ _, _ ,_ ..
tomor at Pin aid North Tow oI Pike IJODOO 401Is. untB** or .. _, __ _d ,__ n ni _
lad..lrI.1'DO., Ckwp with aulU. '1'''_ M. U OardBir. B. *>
MOTORS / ... LL1MI.CLASSI'lf. Lu M Dick a 'il..1 bn

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Und e.r. MU t-4U CHESTER MCDONALD
New ttn Mtf StlUOPIN A. S. MORROW IU1'Los for A kravtuul this Me ...
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i CVINIMOt TILL SOSItotI LULL Kealtar tMLAead lot 4>' lv ao1. : I.
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'63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. On. owner Like II...rt lop 10wld -i
Wait
new. Full power equipment end S/lOftfi 1"n"i WILL EXCHANOB Lane *

air conditioning . . . . tOWW 'pl*. partaint la
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'63 OLDSMOBILE 88 Convertible. Radio, heor r, ,|I13000 mtormltios.WANTPDl..n.. *. MU

power steering end brakes, and $$01QC . .

air conditioning , . . . 1 rneni bMlroom* for II nearly bain "

'62 CADILLAC 4 window Sedan. Extra clean, full I Mobile CMU Loncrrllow different homo, and*. 4t.

power equipment and $$37Q,5 TRADci W. .. ' I r

air conditioning . . . . . I 05111 ('al' a. 10051: ;,1


'62 OLDSM08ILI new, radio, heater Super, 88 power Holiday tearing Sedan., broker Like, r"IIo LETS ;; ; \ .,


hydramatic and $2795 I,New brisk 'upl.
,eon.. near eulle*., ;.
air conditioning' . , . homo Ul tty ar .1 .

'61 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4.Door 'Sedan Lot,. !I..d.pear Dixlaland anall aa.*.: ALL-NEW

clean, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, ,oa.....111 Park bedroom far a I.. i

hydramatic, electric window' and I kath aear C_ .
$2695 LMl*. (2,_ a*. j
seats and air conditioning' . . I t b.IfaU for
soar ..ulll...*.
'61 MERCURY Monterey 4Door. Radio, heater, I HEVYVAN.a.bf.

and brakes and
power steering $1495 '! KEN "

oir conditioning . . . . . :
rVallar ... ..

'60 CADILLAC real sharp. Full Sedan power.gwpm.nt DeVille. Two of$2695 these, both ,I I itat B...-;, I \ in sIz... big In value. .big In everything but price!


and air conditioning . . . . CLAI8IFHO_ .-
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'60 PLYMOUTH Fury Hardtop Coup. Radio, hooter '"

automatic transmission, power $1 rtQ C :- -

steering and brakes . . . . . Iw74 ? $

'60 RAMBLER Classic Station Wagon 9 passenger. 100 Down Payment

Radio heater, automatic trans- VfOQEJ OVER

mission, 6 cylinder. Extra sharp
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'57 OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday Coup Radio, heat

er, power steering and brakes, hy- $/lQCdramatic 200 $59 Per Month

transmission . . . . U7taf
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MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM ;(IncL. Soles Tax and Tog), ti

Set ,'N el ..... cewrfeew nletsaeMU TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS

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CHEVROLET CO. Pendarvis Chevrolet Truck

CADILLAC a OLDSMOBILE VOLVO 310 N*. Florida! Are. Center

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Phone MU 6.1151 REAl ESTATE 153 Houses Far $.). 153 Hogin Fr s.l.You're 153 Neuttt For Salt I 153 houses for SaU 153 HoniH Fir Sal Z

CLA'''|o-lD| DISPLAY. 153 H..HI Fir Salt I NAH KRArT rood plant. 1100 THRU BEDROOM botM with I
InvitedTO I dawn IM monthlf burl thla uto Florid room ... tit kith IUMBUr -
PRICE REDUCED and ooi. houM Two bodroommodirn ranodoltd. It eo... land /
"II THREE HKDROOMS. It bkthl ....... .1'
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I I.r. llrlng room dlnlni o r CUSTOM BUILT INSPECT OUR I Ir. carport t33 train KonvlUe aroa
I.100 down Sal; dchuut Ar- I (1000 BELOW APPRAISAL Road Mr Rajmond. *3aiaiTsmpk ultoblo lor rtnul. Photo 7M1900. -
... Pro-Owned Specie! __ nu. !. a- 42BCLASSIFIIO,------ FurnishedModel on tun lib now .,...arr and: eolloetCLASSIFIED Platt CII LUXURIOUS W."IOM APT1.

'63 RAMBLER DISPLAY ,brick .h'I'both4'.. Thru built-in jaw kltehn bod.roo.ni . . =DISPLAY:.. CLASIFICD_DISPLAY:"': 1 s J I.draa.A I. l5. I loth.EXCLUIIYI .

laMlo, .-Door td.... ALL BRICK HOMES Home 30IM famllf ream with fl,.. FEATURES
fA. ... with bullt-m "
economical nIlitwor Plata patio lIar- IHTIICONOOM.U.
q w Ml ..t..tI.tn..I. .,d ATTENTION a All tit sod more niuatod \VE BUY ClMPLm IICIIATIOH
....... Wo wM I NO down pirmtnt on your tot Open 1:30: P.M. ._ a 100'moo* UndMOMd two ...
.. ... SPORTS CAR SEEKERSI
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that Ihla M tho ... 8UAU. down ptrmont on our lot To 5:00: PM.WedFri.Sat. appointment' lot on with ft J.OWMEO.Shown..bit.. SELL AND TRADE .... 1.4'IIIto Polley To low! Aies..la

I Sacrifice UMoht wfttr & Sun. pbono MU 8-3140 G-O.O FROM yttTO AND f4S Pit Mo.
--$1695 I -. w ""'TIll'.. L#. d /
62 COMET S.22 Wtd II4&arwKAr
VtaU M-L b hole Pot withyour
IMPERIAL homing ..... o> a price you CLASIPIID DISPLAY_ Op.oly ud lOdiP ,4 ,uoL.4"GO
........ USED FURNITURE
Aol.ma/i. r a d 1. c.. afford. To. ere under ..oabLakeland D4To.
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PAUL NAYLOR InwIN. CONSTRUCTION CO., SELL YOU CAR II. oil M.rdtd MelY1.1101M I
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MOTORS M595FRANK INC. Wl PAY TOP PRICES. FOR .
FURNITUREAND .. ..
WARNOCK W AS N awlN
IMo..,! M.tn i n Ill So P!.. Aft. Inc. ANY CLEAN USED CARS.
U.N c... Mil 7.1345'' fI8 -el81 at .M616Drl ROSS LAKELAND 411.4147
New 'C.n MU 701/7 FOSTER ,I6-J181 tlt3431CLASSIFIED .. North eo Lakeland. HI1UBltd APPLIANCE EXCHANGE
OPEN CVININOSIP" TILL I to Orantda tun rttfht to MOTORS, INC. A_ I.P.Ib WM.Mm.t C..dsmtilrm APamr51Onwwr
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MOTOR SALES I Kothrrn. turn Uft la M IIII lot Main St. I 2710 KothrraCLAStlPIKD. Ph. MU 2-51II
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In our ..... We else, mod Lokilond" centrecton, Lekelend. tubcontrecton .
Lakolane. .."III....., Loktlond. ..11..... LaVtlcod. Realtor' end Lokolond' '
Fowce Co. And ovrchoiod building metetiel loco II,. We ere backing eur cenhctonce. S 4r
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Barn In Coorgie, grow up In Florida, ,.eII"... of Floride ichooli, ecthre member Lokoland A portion of our staff representing a total of 250 years of Successful Service
eMery Club, Chembor" .f Commerce, First Methoditt Church, Past Secretory Dreadnought. .
Boeitor Club, past Proildont Form Supply Inc., Distributor. M..h,'...... for Michigan, Past And Sales Experience..
President Bebcock Box Mf,. c.., Proildtnt Quovorly Corp. Dttroit, Put Atl't to Vke Proildent \
.f Saloi, Goodyoer. Cheirmen Emory Loyelty Fund Lokolond.' .

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Milt ,,.I\CI. Qulllion, daughter of KIRK QUILLIAN Mrt. Betty Quillian Sims
Mr. end Mr. C. B. Qullllen of 2621
Kirk, o ..WIN ottone-me Ukofeft. M..ih. Mn. tttty Quillian Simot Duke ,rod- i
Berkeley Avo., wet flnellit In the ash..I-n.tw rM hio o .t.niiia chi *
Milt Imory contott et Emory Ultivor* nwnla. Nln Mhlotia and Mol.:t*<. Kirk. note. Phi .... Koppo, White Duchy .
tity, Atlente. Attending the event I. nwnww. oumuutivo N the N.tena 1.1 uua.a., >. Senior Honorary Society end huibend aR0UN015. [A':INO POR INT/5NAT10NAL I
'o:"ty with \ TROPHY WINNCRt Tkow lour Ukol n4 DroWHOlieht ana stssb.h..nw..n. . : :. M.rvMIN

who were flew."::'Atlanta dad end to brother ettend .Kirk tee, a".cllvt'0.a..wilh IM.Ma IM l t Junior.u'wTh.morov.tloni. Clu*suMrdM*. V.Vrwldtnt =. Star Dr. ,0.holder Id'. Simet of 3 Duke world,.Olympic track record Track!, :M ko,:p.ly"'Dole o lut tko loll l ro.h Tko tro kor troeky awmol win"..for. Mt trtoir.a erMirwiooomn Waits .:;::1'i".rll:::NoundM S the t :.Ids. I.t.nd::.'t! IwntNaar C.mmlr.nN,,R.530.. N."Q,::

given for the fmeliitt.Frencio't IM 04 the "k"{Club t.N one In T.II.hM.rwrownU.t.vo .fcJHntHT Honor greduete Duke Medico! Sc....... Dwtyno 81...". kool klockon Jimm. _,..... WI Nnomon and I,... it ..t..i c. S. ciu'II'.", er.1wot J"'tM t.i.M Oulnl.n:' "I..t:::
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1305, FalrlaneB ,I_.......t....., eoa B_ an lIP Modem 3 BR block home- y... tun 11.1.." lor tha kid BEIOHT R10HT ON claw CLBWBLAND cotmeB IP* LAKEVIEWSpaelout VA COST BUILDER
.tw- VS M aa. L. Oibmi. llcetrls IrJleb... N 0 till la the plaihoua out la tbo bar k mow ....._ I bath kom A BEST BUY
Ooanlrr birlB wlUi Clqo 'heed la.NtsW _.... bath-Excellent condItion I- 50 dor aw 135 ITMO.nru rmm' mod_ la ,_ I ttonr boa. with ( $ $21,500
>... ..oauutuny nbaa(MINI MarCB. N- d.Call...a. 110-11 iz its....... OAlJr '7IICI.GO throughout. Electric f: Itao not *l tie faaur iBald ....lIttooo.ever "B"* pur 1 aaa t* *to IBporfott ttttoj. _aaa alma. room. t lb .US. 3.............. I tata. mitral btalair. ktoat Mil at soil told fin* ....
...1<1. red out air oadlUoDooXoniral b otroouort. tarn wrwatd .alMo-mli ...
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btdrraa. m kitchen. Uilt kaaatltiil "HOB iprakM wrt laay IH 05mm?. Was ...._.. two
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6 :.ma. f": .U rm, temiotf porch carport and Those alt bidratoM. I I. 18V lot to tbU fret lot*. ease. anadod M DOd mar ou. "-Ma*. Lardd. alilO 05r/m. bant, air ooadltlaattf bums at
.. w uod boat Loris lot, 1* huh utility room. RO 1174 bitt katati blllll-", onrrwhon Uon, KH4U.doforat1 tr 'ooI'DbIo I.."' ... BUHU-L Moathlv (..maid FHA
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.... McKEEL Otis ., hum .. ... 3 bdrmwa bMCS a ..
I. toda cues _w anrwrta .u. .. .... a limo .b. eta kr M $18.000 .cam presets atoruan,
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MUMii for 101 aced ,
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Ortn band fow wm I AW 4114 PROPID5Ot 1100\0-1 rapalrt. Mali ro" ,
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to 10.... 11400 d... mums wi I Realtor M $oml ORtAT kit la.ll, room 01 lass tubs CIC a... Ruts ,an 01... 1H4110. T R. .101 lore, w Will aa11dar pooot I. Ma
MM .>(. *ar ...1...... RO-1077. UI a. Lo180. R. M. MARLER plus ITT OrlkAT" OM brow IMUO conentt Mock I btd. 0.0505 ......_ ....1901. 686-0429
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t PHON$ 110 I-IIU Cr SON .t lem Meedo......... RO-1111 room.* ...*.. W Lara a 10*. reran M154acLtYcAKD aodar W. R. "Bill" Williams J11J John Arthur Way

John lit ... Vta
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Office 682m TWO BEAUTIFUL 1401 t.LMLA Maia K JUoJIOrt tn SU BARNES ban nduood mnORTB pa tala.-Ideal Prtrw feat raUrtmtnt 1U1 KCALTON I. Florida LaOA Ar n4 Sylvester Shores "FUN LIVING"Dill

HOMES RALTOII horn oa ktautiful 11 ... v. .....
JoiiB.ru. M..'103 I. Kit tut* Mellow of Laktlaadapatlowa .laJi UtUo kawM at I1B tatamortcaa
HAUGER REALTYRaallor rbr .... turn hums ............... wan ronitrvotM S pod. k* real 1u. H"ln-" for ,...
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*t .....00..... two path. In. DUPLEX FOR SALE room ._.., Caa .k* bash for II'. S .ktdrwoau aad 4... mea
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LMLA OM tab paaolina. U.ooo Inn tka ainai S* SALE BY JUST COMPLETED Itckta.. kw. llTln __. uclotodtarata ,
II* B. eau it. aitclua. 1I1ab._., I Btdroom domains papa 1 I. (7tM paraonlb. OWNERtwo I kaUfa paid. wit> iloa.r .
"Me' at too .... tl th. Owl' rs.4upm-ntaa 'alotaw; "orlb aouol* "|*.,...60.. *o***.. Soata tut. mew mat...alda Bowtin. UeUd AI.I. QUIET LUXURY *M455.aUSURAN bedroom CB with attached 3 of triad*. If* a IS ,t,. lo. uiw
ma .n. mats ... ... aeadr lob JoSh Iwao. Can 3102 Carlton Circle arc low. Sal It k Slats .a the
aatmuM. jwanarPJUrtnvMpkiM AiUao Bimoada MD S-1M). with BOMB-Wa bar hut farsge. 2535 bILL lbs kit arnonditloair aadbM .
I kodrtoat. t Ito btlka war WIN thli. a>*dtra C B. bod- Sal tr.o* will auk IUVUI1a
$5900 a3.daNbmorn woo QI-". Cora 47171.7.:: R. lrckor. Joy llealle. arv room, ballt-la ..I....... air tondlUonod. ....... S .patlt born. 1M.... *abtauttful Cleveland Height -in.......... 13M ft.. near art*. Omitted tua HTln*" Maw. tot n.
TWO BEDROOM laiao. to bt appro. Kaolutln woo Mo alt. landtoaptd ooraar lottar New roof, well .. ... and air cuadiumlk*. Too
CB uildtr .... landscaped "" liliod
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ODd iwua. Call a,. Sec apptlBUBootRETIREMENT a 200. lilt ouUlat City, Mat I, 1IaGD... ....... Tint Ian ............
Bath city water, but. No MU 6-0986 urn* area porch with Ills floor MU 6-2037 blahs tw 5,5.. kltchta, .....Wlll abk
.. . DICK BARNES
FOR SALE utmtf room with .. ...a walkla raatltd Florida ..
city taxes. Terras. BLISS cloMtt, 30" attla .... 4" dtapwtD. Lam tot. ::' : ....4. low. Goodmanoal.. .too
Two kodraoaii, MaJOr
two batti. ton.au BtauUful kitohta with pHs I ncALTon
Owner MU 8-4132 .. attlo, hardwood floort, .n I bedroom, Stalin Florid tr ot .0iI1..... Proportr ra per. 1 nooa son I. ru. _un
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Moss..,, tarata Ut TO'ilto. Of room, tarato cotta lot lie w fact _dIUn.. It ton art la the i NEAR LAKE HUNTER M-T3t. Mr 10181CLAUII'IIO tua SOW hadabwtwaCLASSIFIEO
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North Florida Amnu* rin abas. ark.t for an entra BK. koaatouuidt
ihopplnt and Florida Ioalb....
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OWNER SALE -4 Rmt Smut
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Oood area 104149
Small down paymenton OPEN[ MU 6-0986 CAMPlfOft rmaKTB..1 roo_ J
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SHARP H.W.STOCKARDREALTOR KtdrMmi, I Full kadi*. Florida AD often
Parker Road In Medulla, a Boom. call to wall carpet .r..... loom..
Uiroo _..... ttle bath CB borne DOLL HOUSEFURNISHED$4.500,00 a.bedroom, air wdltlonod, lib kltekra ..IIIP..... extra Lartt dtipnal, .. DRIVE OUT TODAY
"tin Carport and ntllltj oo a now kitrJita applitoc. taractaria Lot tiMiiont ludiraplrx Call dar tool.
ulna lot acprulaatolr MxiioaopralMl Brand work aba. and mUSh room. AtaoclaUfroi tot appointment M tt. 06.1105I.SOUTHSIDE formal dla.
(.._. $no a moth new home in Winston Art roe looMot for a homo that Extra iprtrlal .............. Cbotoolotaliaa. W.bbor aim Poflard Jr. M.itit '00.
..yn.B.. Cau Bart Traaioa MU Height, only $8900 10 sup to aialalaJn. la amad II RO-106O. Bob w/llltaaia .Au..daID tl'0.
>tzll6l1 Of MU -7in.. with low, low down MdrotmX IOM to thopclnt. boa. WO T4MOIa. Oak View Estates"Polk
pay hmbta, that la aieolr farnuh.Ml fiord Hmm.rmut. Jr.
JOHN
merit (West on Memorial on a aatan kite OI.I..d'l BUYER'S VALUE 117 Booth Florida Artaa I IItoaIler
Boulevard 71st. IB m oooi TBBMS. BO- MIr .owj J tledrsem.a .. Roma 0OMp1JITa67 -
Unique right at high l bocI_... dlnm room partlyrnlohod. Braack *inr_11M B. dolor FOUNIBHID: ineiudtnt -
school, over interstate 4 1511Jabs Oeo,..... MTJ S-1I1T 0..... totra too4. IIaaclot. MV OU1 .Wathtr......... IIOJOO std _0.,... Brrotn'"l A Ma'a County-
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1IDD1d. krallahl des t* ones then Just beyond grade XN43T.L "* ***" DOWN 1TI I Most Beautiful Homeslt"
tl o trautvr Dtl.ad and ._ chool. 3 BR HOME lhlST *
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horton lafwnal ...t.ortallU.a Papa.. par.fact ta-. GARAGE APT. L. (Shorty) Palmer Call Woo ctrl I 0.5 lcn.Nuts-rl5da. : Lass.P1.515 5d.51-.04 15d Nll0w I w '.11.IoIA':
ttaiMitrart aoatrol lo all VACANT LOT-413.500 Hoalror LMLA 4 BR. FLA. ROOM VI.W UT."I .10_
e room naulvt carptM Ilrlnt T.. will muss this JOt B Tonn. A'a.4oo I
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roam room iltchta load aotacoat ana lo oneloMd bl.a* sum wtu-pianoM. pUt BOGER TERRACENew lot....of..potential apt and tt dust la located lot homo hat clow a T. MuwtUBalMmaa $11,000. BEERMAN REALTY S P C J Owl"I 1 1/5 to 3 3/4 Acre Plots

Shoat pa- Fb MO ltnjMta.Fh.alT
l* tfct Colin. la .la HOME-
Its 1. ipaelooi...11I.. burin.... I flam.oroa. . brick and block homes oltaa. IO-IU4 tood mallnd -S73IMtil Tht roam 30'tir Florida ntm .21 I. Ttnllor Will AIR Paved Streets Restricted
Well oar 1._ .. to .. To. .. Arab Fk. lot) t.MLS
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.t FtrfwUr .r....... oa a ptnluular in deluxe area Just south of .Ult Its and AM mad FM r .
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a stole 01.0 at Lako ilto Bolllatt.worth. With. Southgate. Kids walk to YOUR DREAMS parU of "'. 110..... Ram I Ilda'i
NoUIni obo UM It bot h COME tllchta and atllltr ram Goat Salesman On Property
tho ...,.... ILoIl: $-L aa Southwest schools. TRUE a.........Itoad. 4140. _..... tic design;
(Florida Ave. to Young la Nut loria 11s. CB boawW1IB ON TIlE LAKE .UU. alt Opplti Lua. "FUN LIVING"BRAND luding S
doublt carport a hatha 1
eta. to 6 P.M.
True Colonial Place then west.) trod heat bOWs ., BIG HOME quarters /
vor 1100 M. ft. .d-.l.ate! .too nuar fast of remit llvlia .. 3 OAK SHADED LOTS NIWI Dtlliktrul "hin II*.
I T 'I'ODoOood BovUltut lorawa. -, the CII ......... Tho lot U ov' Int" with ortrrthlnt Sid per ng room
AuUxnlteal tradlUonal rnlorlor ,. KO-lltr. tt Crow, arv ono ..... plwaty of room for famlIr . . Bitkt a kttutUnl atttlni for a s .21 Carltoa pear mock tnrr.thlpt porches Exclusive Agent
mod tiwrlor linn tt apart thli U-MM. &o1t.1_. lid ran riant lala lilt cocoa built brick homo. .....lIIoId.. a bid bid..... ftc of
l..torf whit r....... homt. Ctnwrocitranoo 2622 NEW PORT Uu .k.. The hoed ".....* of 3 Caa bo 1 or 4 bedroom with a atw bl* bathi htw tram beam
had nanktd b* formal VERY DESIRABLE --., > batha .Its Shims two beta, .....1.. ll.to. room ..w kltchta, pew famlir ram toot lot
dlnlai aad trap room. hut Brand new luxury three .na. nrr dMIranlt S bedroom room, U'.1V dlnlni room ..' > M I.... kltchtn. Two ...... pet0061a carport, pew n.lirt- les. A. F. PICKARDRIALTOR
rvttlo party room with cathtdral ham. loeatoaoa\ touUi tide Inood JO' ....... ftmilr roam WIN C. camera Hou and ape lot ear ached per pttohbora ...
aura and lr.plae.. dolUhtfulmodtra bedroom, mulU-batb on ammo. Thli homo ha born rh.a. and bath. All of thli lot b* punnawd atparatolr. .....IDo.U. lard now rant tad o.tn, per For
kltrhtn-faatly room torn.fclaatloa. huge plot in exclusive 'eotnpltlolp roaorortlml latldt and :ONLY 111.100. Will ....id.. trad a Butaa Villa and Cftlumbu Clr. morrow FHAI, D.. low dote call
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Oraeloua 11.1... at It* sec- "".. oa alto Itt it 5 ito. Ko a tmaUtir proptrt Call for Inpocuoa. Conttnlrbl lo Hotpltal and Wat.noa parmtnt NO alt' Ie.... "n waorithlni 300 S. Florida Av.. Phone 686-2193
bosh t* bt hum la CU1000-H.: ion. (South off Easton Dr. Cltr T..... RO-IOM. : I han the k.yl RO-1114 Cllnlo. Idol loratloa tot pro.rttloaal . pew for "r.. llvlni water
tint west of New Jersey cat ... JlDDIIiI.... MU S-UU lima Vlila.. a .. RO-lwa. toa .I CL-llll. Wt hams tht lop 42-6738.;
How abut a look
Suburban Road.) $200 DOWN - .- --. -.- . - -
HOWARD GILLETTERIALTOH NEW 3 BR COMPLETELY -
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homo dotiantd for a famlir with phi carport and atllllr. Wee lot
a flock of .llIld.... Oak hadd II' W Walnut at South Florida 71' t IN'. Call to 1.._" FURNISHED RCALTOIt
lot with clnular dA.s. formal PHONE MU 2-4179 Oil B. Fla. 1200 PUBLIC AUCTION

a dlnlni Uilla room da ,..lartt atwlai brtakfttt room. arta maw. MEL RUDY FOUR ROOMS . with tir.ll.ol with. maar furiltur oitratMh badaallmnoa U.ln. ka4quartriClAkalFICO lIa.n03111II

kit Stared liar tntrane hallComp.uUT.lr $3,500 FURNISHED aa tool tt.. 1 ...._..*.
: primed to ahlao aathi COOLEST HOUSEIN la DliltUnrtt A lood karl BiaaAt .Iro 11.1.. room pals kltckta.anrttd .
mud E: -libl-H. LMLA-REALTOR small hotuo. Iiltal for tonIt. . Florida mom Will aiain.tintd. r-- -DISPLAY._. LA I
MORTGAGE BROKER T.r.... itnasadlLAKE Air 00"'''_. Onlr tlo. co I 2 BIG DAYS
A. S. MORROW TOWN 000 with ttUMtlTt tor.... KM-
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. Y7"
Realtors LMLA dial 68M107 time Klt OB trrxntd Porch, taanttr MORTON I Tuesday,,/Ipril 21,10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
SOS .. Tanaawo any I* DHHItnd. ......., Oils ontoek CLOSE IN LAKEFRONT REALTOR'S
Call bI. ...,. I, ..lr I or t kxUoom Walk down Iowa from hor*. Idtalhomo. Wednesday, April 22, 10 A.M. till ?
MV 1-1111 kTO MTtlCLASSIfllO
or lib bath hams with tt- LenS ...m.. otptrat diaTom -
..*. and kobbr thon. II.&00. (V Ins ram .1..1. lIud_ 100 teal on Lak .-. chap
DISPLAY CLA SIICD DltPLAVWE Slit L nDO'" wrwmrd r r a m I "lib. lot mooed I aa era 1 or /514- UMATILLA, FLORIDA
ream Nth..0pu.a dlntntrooai. HOUSE
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pantlMl lltliii room altcb.a
-r LIKE TO FISH? IN AT .all with* talc bullt-lni.lak. 10&Drtttlni... Htoonw1 room., ." Co H mile north ol Umattlla, thin follow

ARE PLEASED lek.7tonIer an.. Neat a* a pip 821 E. ORANGESALE with ....".,. Firtplaca In ll.lnroan. 1241 Lake Homey tlgns. CompUto liquidation ol W. P. ParrUh's
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3 _.oom. 1 kith, nr conditiontd rRirEIXI: '.,'0011 A bar. dab Laaa Cell Luther httt. Bchool Hd. but al A pleturo.window. Hew of lam* Collittloki emitting ol cmtlqueii Early AmrIcui *
horn.. 1821 dorm to rtiponil-, laiaM Juit tk block from Hitihttlfltkoaio Itoiro .05 aHn Ph. '
Its. put. RO-llo. k'oMlroomt a. w'ooroomo'Y Modem IvraUwrs brU-s brat md what
ANNOUNCEMONA Aa
totirta. attracbom.
Trod.0
Uhl MoiUtlnt ol llTintkitttion. JOHN MITCHELL otroort.54.a 1 air Clno OO t:?H SOW a- .Urn.MrpMin ten*,. *n> :: :: ; have yo..
ram. I kwUoeaM and atw* and m.... with rwlna. ...
RICHMOND' la 'It Attociwr. I...... ", ltk BEST BUY NORTH mined la rear _.... 01>. rw. a REALTOR =. t1o': :'''u. asbolarobIp'Taw. ... For moro liif.rmafla tall
.... Hlca.. Her ..., frl..4t 'ft' .cu..in *nci Boar drtr. 1I..n' H front pains elm. Lot 1 .
4a 'I> .tor. I bodraoia 40o B Florida
too Invrro4. rw call wri .has many ran .f sop.rlascsr I I bath. Info down parmonl per la too kuildln.fit teal d.* lor anil. tard.nlnior Call touupwt UU 1-4114 or 181 PHONIHauger

f., tkolr Roal Ittar suds.TED 1180.balane at 143 SO pr month, no. *0.1045. Office MM, King (: ::: Jimmy Walker'sAUCTION


TOWSON WINIFRED 'I. GANN KEN HARRIS MAKE Classified MOREadd ads to ; SERVICE

RIALTORS-IMLA II 2391 U.S. 92 fait Lakeland Phone H33377B
Mt-tmt tM4ltFU88CU.B Btaltor Cicdanior LMLA1M ,
111 5. fl.. A,.. MU -JUt a or> 80"" INC B Plortda At*. your sales staff. Dial MU I RaohorLMIA .
au Florida Atao I .143101FURNISHED 8-1151 for an ad-writer 2ft t. Or.n|. S,. -.AUCTIONIiac. timmt rValkor. I

today.CLASSI'IID. "Sro *r Hi. Silo o( the Cl. M.rtv NiMwibotham. 01. djlann *V*...*r

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PUBLIC AUCTION II" Prka H.IOO.00.. Unlt4 onmnolal.ttraotlir .
Congratulations To Ben Olsen On His
DON W. PAYNE tw. padrooia with ... . .
tailor' MlUtTJt Its lot. 141... for r.tlrnt folk
218 WEST HULL STREET B. Main ... ,k. ktO ...413 ..000..

MARY E. LEAHY OPEN
Sale April, 25th. 10:00 A.M. REALTOR HOUSE

GLAMOUR PUSS 110 E. N- 0134341

Going for His, last .111-_ beautiful small retire

most cottage. Coislittnf of 3 rooms, with I Writ troom.4 and panptrto' 3bodroo. OPEN HOUSE! I I1 ;

.Ico carport and utility room. All on I largo lot. .... I Nth horn at 1&1&
Coo_ Dr. mat .... .......1 roar
Too must uo till' kerne to appreciate H, drive itop ale Iko antranr ban rouknow 2:00:, '::00 PM Sunday

out IOOM lifer isle day and look It over.. Ifi rot* irat ut** HOUB the.calcium Btaullfulftrtplar ll.. ,"tlrtm.nl At... I bom.bedroom at ,1001 tilml Cltartw bath- BEAUTIFUL NEW: EXCITING

M rowa. formal intro room, PI a. room ....... MilM1 lot.Adler ,
la h.. laformatloe' Florida teem. riNOnt TIP COM-
the cvtett cortago phonoAucHoneer THOU _lel>... Miami awnlni ..1,,- 110.too. Furnuhd. Hard- '
nod floori Can Earl TrmneuaMU
lIeN _tnt hat air. Oakfloora.
616-0121.
S-7KM ant T. R. Tucktr,
Se..klabar dutch ...
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J. Rector' W 41113.ALSO :
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port ftnetd rard W* ito mud
M ah.*. KO-I110 air Uma.
20ri DEPOSIT ON SALE DAY
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OPEN HOUSE EVERY DAY
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TED TOWSON i 936 Clearview/ Ave. 1:1'"rhf

.BALTOrlAttoclalot an.. S btdroom tlltd kath paa.x .
: 0''< | fit. room. hardwood floori.Dtparato .
Col. Jos. F. Sedmera MUto aa>d.r dlnlnf room., tarport a>
...... POrkmoa4Ualaa lulu.. IMiado totuo* lot. All.I" .
TowawT 111 BOO. Call Carl Tranau.
AwcrlontM- Rowltw- U*.lilts f .. ra. .... ***-Jldt NO 3-7o" with T. R. Tutor.
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BRIAR BRAE


Fresh at Spring, traditional In flavor. From the Early American fireplace

1 I through an ocra of carpeting to the 55 squora foot mirrored woll Jn the

matter bedroom suit, this 010 deserves your inspection today. Located in

Briar Brae. Lakeland's imartasr new eddreat.CONSTRUCTED.
Ben Invites You To


BY DRIVE OUTTODAY


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