Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00002
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00002
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Partly FORECAST cloudy and:warm. LAKELAND LEDGER\ I I



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Violent Air Rips Away Bomber's Tail, But

Pilot Lands Jet With Data On Turbulence

WASHINGTON Aviation bank and dive despitefull the life of the aging strategic of jet bombers and
leaders expect to obtain vital movement of the controls.He bomber fleet into the 1970's. that are believed to have
new leads for coping with the then managed ire sheer Robert S. McNamara secretary caused by extremely
ration's greatest current air desperation to keep the plane of defense, has asked
hazard from data recovered airborne for almost five hours for $306 million for fiscal 1965 air.On at least three other
only because of the cool skill before coming In for a safe for modifications to strengthen casions, airliners buffeted
of a civilian test pilot. landing with complete recorded and modernize the planes. turbulence have fallen
The Information was gathered measurements of the stresses That would bring the total to sands of feet before the
on a B-5J bomber night It had survived date to more than $19 billion were able to regain control.Never 4)A 4)t'
in which violent turbulence The full story of the flight, before however,
ripped away almost the entire made on Jan. 10 from the Boeing Turbulence both In clear a large plane subjected to ,
Vertical fin and left the plane Company plant in Wichita air and visible storms, has punishment been Plane In
almost uncontrollable. came to light today become a matter of deep con Instrumented as was the Damaged Flight
The pilot Charles F. Fisher The $8 million bomber was cern to military and civilian 1
36. of Wichita Kan., orderedhis on a test flight requested by aviation officials in recent er That flown Is by why test the pilot data *.. ef D'tn.. rotated this photo today In, W..hlngton sheds/ e I-S1H lit three fellow crewmen to the Air Force systems com months major pert ., Its 40-foot vertical/ iHklllur demoted. The plane hndW .t llyHie-
"prepare to abandon" the mand In connection with the In the last year alone, there (Turn to Page 6, Column ,In Arkansas without Incident. (A* WI.h...).

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U.S. Panama Seen Near


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Rebukes OASTeam


Tenn. (AP)) (AP) The
Jamej. R., Hoffa received I United States and Panama appeared t
public' reprl/and in court today today to be moving toward
from the federal judge who a settlement of their bitter
will send Hoffa' jury-tamper dispute over the Panama Canal.

ing case to the jury before Panama's President Roberto
Chlarl announced Monday night
1K, oL that he believed President Johnson .
When court resumed this
had opened tht way for .
.J ,,,,.. ,morning, Diet Judge,beard FrankWl.etaoatsha"laid the r MMthrtt/M.1 hT MveiVWMfcoMcrisis

Disaster In White WildernessTMt Teamsters Union l president t AlnQii, I immediately a five-

shouting In the corridors outside member mediation team of the
trek** wins ...1.... a b ckrgn4 .l ....w severed mountain peeks. It ntyr. numeric toHi the courtroom. With the Organization of American State
IS ,....... who tat their' II... ,In crash .f ,...dl.. AI.II.... Cenitellotio Juit ...t .f Lake jury absent, he declared: Avert into a midnight session
Tehee. Th. plane Might ,In hllndinf snowstorm, wet tor to bit* by Die Impact |lust few foot "I sent a marshal to find out here with Panama's OAS Ambassador -
skeet .f the $ridiito end ,,'.t,. AP Wir.pht.>. what was going on. He reported I Miguel J. Moreno.
back that Mr. Hoffa was complaining Afterward the negotiator
very bitterly about the said the two countries were
YanceySeeks Youth Admits Ax way the marshal were handling "moving fast and courageously"
the jury." "tw# toward a settlement"Getting

Reply Cut Off t b Close""I
Hoffa started to reply, but -'Tc
Slaying Of FamilyBOYNTON think we are getting closeto
was cut off by a wave of thejudge' a meeting of minds-I am
hand. r "
ti'fk optimistic, Ambassador Juan
BEACH (AP) A Hamilton said Gambrill tot:I 'This has happened repeatedly d f Plate of Paraguay, head of the
S. Yancey Lakeland 19-year-old AWOL Marine sat him he had been absent without t during this trial," the judge mediation group, told The Associated
attorney, announced today his crying In Ills jail cell today aft-I official leave from his U. S, said. Peering down at Hoffa he Press.
candidacy for the office of er admitting the ax-killing of his Marine outfit at the San Diego, added "Let's discontinue these Conference At The White House Johnson launched his new effort
father, mother and sister in Decatur Calif., Marine Corps Depot since; extremely loud argument bothin to break the deadlocked dispute
State Senator. from Polk HI.Michael. Feb. 22."He and out vf the courtroom." Horol1 Wilson, leod.r ., Irltaln't Lokor Party, end! ,,.lld.... Johnson confer .. th.' Whit Saturday. He told his news
County. Lee Gambrill, objectof said he couldn't eat asleep I In the hall, Hoffa had complained HOUM. AH.r the' conforonc, Wllion told reporter' tint' !hI, lied ". vary food, frisk talk." conference the United States
In his formal announcement a nationwide alarm broad- and do as he wanted I I that the marshals assigned AP Wlrophete. __ realizes the 1903 Panama Canal
Yancey stated "Many year cast after the mutilated bodies he ran away," Hamilton reported to escort the jury were treaty "perhaps would require
ago, I resolved that service were discovered yesterday was acting as guards rather than escorts adjustment."

to God, to my country, and to picked up last night a* he hitch- Car Abandoned U, S, Adviser Among Dead He added that diplomatic relations
my fellowman would alwaysbe hiked along U.S. 1 near this Hoffa president of the International would have to be resumed
my main objective. It has South Florida town. Gambrill told police he abandoned .. Teamsters Union and without any preconditions
been my privilege to have Sgt William R. Hamilton of the family' 1959 automobile -. five others went on trial Jan. 20 Viet Nam Red Guerrillas : before any changes could
gained valuable experience in Boynton Beach Police said Gambrill at Fort Pierce Fla., and t charged with trying to fix the be considered
many area of life in order offered no resistance, although started south along U.S. 1. jury in Hoffa's 1962 trial at Chiari said Johnson's remarks
that I may better serve. I have he was armed with a'.22 I The youth was to be turned ov-Nashville on a conspiracy "were not In conflict"
been a laborer farmer, a caliber pistol and a knife. er later to the Palm Beach: charge. That trial ended with a Crack :with Panama's basic position
salesman businessman teacher Youth Confesses County Sheriff office for an extradition ., hung jury. I Maul 2 Battalions on the canal dispute.
welfare visitor, law en- hearing.At On trial with Hoffa are Allen Chiari laid in a statement
focement officer, and have Hamilton said the youth volunteered Dorfman. Chicago Insurance I that In spelling out his country'
had experience in drafting legislation that he had done "a James Decatur said, Police Chlel f broker; Nicholas J. Tweel, Huntington -I TAN CHAU, South Viet Nam ment, which began soon after from the Cambodian border. I position he was not "establish-
and assisting In securing terrible thing." .. May Issued murder warrants W Va., businessman; ([AP) Communist guerrillas dawn. But American advisersat The airborne battalions were. I ng prior conditions to the con-
for Gambrill
the enactment of logiclation "I asked him what It was, were Efmg King, former Nashville severely mauled two crackVietnamese the scene could not confirmthe searching for a guerrilla battalion I ents of the said treaty."
after the finding of the bodiesEverett of i
said Hamilton, "and he told me Teamsters official; Larry airborne battalions report. which was known to be
helpful to the citrus Industry "The Important thing now
Gambrill 49, his
and the people of Polk he had killed his father mother Eileen 48, and their daughter wife Campbell Detroit Teamsters today Inflicting the heaviest The battle took place in Klen operating In the border area. I he: cardinal matter, Is to express
County. and sister" business agent, and his uncle,, casualties on government forcesin Phuong Province beside the Me- After breaking off the fight, a willingness to negotiate
Anna Belle, II. The also
"With this background I be- "Why did you do It," Hamilton was charged In a federal youth war- Thomas Parks of Nashville. a single engagement )In kong River barely 2000 yards (Turn to Page t, Column 8) :without prior conditions," Chiariiaid

lieve I possess the understanding said he asked Gambrill."I rant with unlawful flight to escape Hoffa could receive IS yearsin months A U.S. adviser was .
ability, and maturity don't know Gambrill re I prosecution. prison and a $15,000 fine if among the dead.
necessary to faithfully serve plied. May said CrambriU was In the convicted. The others could get In an hour.long battle which Brailey Odham Files
all the people in every community Hamilton said Oambrlll l five years each and fines of one US.. officer described as West Is GOPCandidate
town and city in Polk seemed "shaken up. (Turn to Page 6. Column 6) $5,000 apiece. the "damnedest firefight I have
County." seen since World War II," 85 HollandTALLAHASSEE
Yancey began work as a government troops were wounded To Oppose

stockboy at the Montgomery Traffic Accidents, In Polk and 15 killed\ Including an
Ward store In Lakeland In American captain advising an in! Sen. Odham was runnerup to the For HouseCity
1941 and within seven months airborne battalion.
Spessard Holland, D. Fla., late Gov Dan McCarthy In
had earned a promotion and authorities claim .
Vietnamese Commissioner JamesR.
the 1952 campaign for governor
Democratic primary
a transfer as head of the .Claim Lives Of Two MenPolk more than 100 Viet Cong guerrillas drew opponent a today when Orlando and finished third behind West confirmed this mornIng -
plumbing and building materials \ were killed In the engage- builder Brailey Odham, twicea Collins and former Gov. that he will be a Repub-

departments In anoth. s> aaatames' candidate for governor, Charley Johns In the 1954 cam lican candidate for the Florida

(Turn to Page (, Column 1) County's 1964 traffic slated in his Investigation by Wiley, 17, of Lakeland, died jumped into the race. paign for the final two years House of RepresentativesIn
death toll jumped to 19 yesterday Sgt. J. Wells. early Sunday morning from Odham paid the fees onlyan of McCarty's term. elec-May
when two persons were McCoy was killed 1.7 miles Injuries suffered In an accident hour before the final deadline Holland and several U. S.. primary
east of Lakeland on U. S. Saturday. for qualifying for this representatives drew opponents tion.He
killed in separate accidents on from the opposite party, will seek .
Highway 92 last night when Vaughn was born In Cos- year's state races
the county' highways. he was struck by two vehicle linga Calif., and had been living Page lie said he would pitch his and dozens of primary races. the post Group presently On ,,1

r r State troopers said Fredric *. in Bartow for the past 10 Amusements........... 14 campaign on the argumentthat developed close for of lesser qualifying offices.The by held by Law. !
Thomas Vaughn, 46, of 415 Trooper Bernard Justice reported months. He had previouslylived
Monor Drive Bartow was McCoy was walking in in Bartow. Mr. Vaughn Bridge ....... ............ 7 Holland, had a voting rec- Secretary of State Tom Adam ton M. Chiles a
killed In an accident west of the road and stopped in frontof worked In the oil fields and Business News ........ 11 found Atty. Gen. James Kynes Jr.of ,Lakeland Democrat, |

1 Lake Wales, and Negro Louis a pick-up truck driven by as a professional baseball Comic ... ............ 14-15 Another Story On QualifiersIs the only cabinet member with Chiles announced |
16. 80S W. Willow St., Fred Douglas Vick of Route with the Washington On Page S. opposition. Drew Branch of
J McCoy player Classified ..... .. 16.17 last a.Friday .
of Lake- 1. 1944-15 Winter Park, a former state
was killed just east Senators In that he
Crossword Puzzle. IS ord that more closely resembled senator, failed to qualify to WESTdldate
land. Vlck's truck struck McCoy He is survived by his wI- canDR
.............. IS that of a Republicanthan will be a
The first accident In which Justice said and hurled the dow, Mrs. Julia Blood Vaughn; Dear Abby run sgainst comptroller RayE. for re-election.
Vaughn was killed occurred man' body 87 feet. A* McCoy one daughter; Mrs. Marcia Deaths ..... ................ 8 a Democrat. Green as he had announced West, a medical doctor, said
7.7 miles west of Lake Wale lay in the road Justice Carolyn Warren, Bartow; his Editorials .. ............. C "I'm going to run as a he would. that he will not resign his
.e on' the Old Lake Wales-Ft. reported a car driven by mother and father Mr. and Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 5 Democrat" said the bluff In addition Chief Justice E. position on the city com mis-

t Meade Road. Earnest Gordon Male of Lake Mrs. T. T. Vaughn of Eustis; Horoscope ................ H outspoken businessman who Harris Drew and Justice Rich lion tq seek election to the
Trooper E. F. Downing said Wales, which was following one brother, O C. Vaughn, headed the State Milk Commission ard Ervin and B. K. Robertsof Florida House.
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Television ..... IS Court
the for several years under the Florida Supreme
Vaughn was driving a small pick-up truck ran over Kussimmee; one sister Mrs. George M. McConkey Jr.,
TiQLILUAN foreign car west on the road the fallen osan Sgt. Well assisted Christine Uffen, Euatij; and Sports .................. 12-13 former Gov. LeRoy Collins had no opponents chairman of the Republican
end lost control of the ve In the investigation.It one grandchild. Weather ......_.,......... 8 The governor's race closed Executive Committee of Polk
hick The auto overturnedtwice was the third death in Funeral arrangement will Women's .................. 9 Odham unsuccessfully cam with nine candidates, six County, announced last night
and crushed Vaughn Polk County during the last be announced by Whidden Funeral paigned against Gov. Farris Democrats and three Republicans
S. YANCEY beneath it. Downing was as- three days Dennis Grant Home of Bartow. Bryant four years ago. (Turn to Page I. Column

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I ._ LAKELAND LEDGER, .......,[. March I. 1>M Volcano Eruption Wipes Jax RepublicanRunning

I Miami Hits FEC On Taxes; Crossing Safety Out Small Chilean Town, For SenateTALLAHASSEE

MIAMI (APKThe. Miami City told oily attorney John ,R. Bar ported that 38 crossing have no.sent a check for $18,000. It was Threatens 60-Mile Area
Commission today called for legal rett to submit necessary legal gate and 27 lack automatic slg returned Claude R. tinued Rapidly increasing toll-
action to end safety hazards action at Wednesday formal nals. Reese said repair !had The 1963 taxes were SSS,.' SANTIAGO Chile (AP) An Ing center, had a population of KIrk J r.. of Jacksonville M trot being placed on the bust
at Florida East Coaet Railway meeting to insure Immediate 117 and the road offered to pay' Andean volcano wn reported I several hundred It was on a' insurance ness community through regulatory
I crossings In the citv and to collecl compliance with ordinance on been made at five eraesmg 20383. This also was returned. today to have erupted and triggered > southern slope cf, the volcano i it year old attorney agencies place almost Impossible
$118,000 in past due taxes crossing signals and malnten.:since hill last report Jan. 2. Iron Found Broken avalanches that destroyed 1 the heart of the towering south executive and Investment bank handicaps on management
The commission' at Mayor: ante. : Tat Litigation/ Progress Meanwhile, iHvsuHgator MR 1M littto! town ot. CwMrlpi; and em n And.t. lea, made his wndWwy far theU. today, TfeM agencies| ore
Robert King High suggestion City Manager M L. Reese re- tinued their efforts to find whyan threatened a M mile ana 01 1M: Huddled S. Senate on the Republican: also fast Intruding on the dutiesof
: : I Originally Ie of the 65 crossings southern Chile containing 20.000 ticket yesterday when be filed our elective bodies In the
had visual obstructions because angle iron which Joins the:person. A radio report said a groupof qualifying paper at the Secretary past few years the original
of vegetation *nd rail ends was found broken on: Prwa from thl strkJc' about 150 persons were hud of State office He It basic regulatory! agencies such
"THAT'S RIGHT-! weeds," and Reese said this had track Two within of the the four city bolt limits which en area laid at least 25 person died on a patois of high grown seeking the office now held by a* federal Trade, Federal Communications .
been aorreMed at 13 crossingsand : and the Interstate
had been killed after the fiery near the she of the destroyedtown. Senator Spessard L. Holland ol
hold the rail ends and the angle
obstruction at the other 3 Commerce Commission have
came from shrubbery or trees iron together and were had found been some unscrewed eruption volcano early of (325-foot Monday Vlllarrlca, but police I Police patrol were die Bartow.Kirk, who has had an unusually now increased" to more than Min

NO BITE !I"'HI on private properly In distance) from the break. A train laid only liven deaths had patched but were delayed successful career a* a young number
Litigation on taxes la .now which passed over the separated been confirmed because* heavy rains since Friday business executive, was one of Kirk stressed deep concern
progress, Barrett laid TheFEC' : half hour before the discovery have washed out roads and the founder of the American over what he called the Johnson
Joint| a Left
taxes amounted to 102 Nothing
; Life Insurance Com administration' "wishful think
My HUNK VISSCU,Jr, experienced no difflcul bridges ,
et4 breeder ef ejnartef horses 014 In 196} but the railroad contended Nothing I is left of Conarlpe" It was feared that the missng In," foreign policies and Its
sad-Bfl4Mtftbelee -this was too 'high--1 andWEDNESDAY ty."Two or three tram could a civilian pilot said after flying .' Included tourists. who flockto "airplane diplomacy," which he
Alamltss sacs Ceeree, 1 have gene over the break before over the mountain valley fishing and yachting resorts described as, "in the face of the
NIGHTt''HiJTMNl the rail spread far enough about 500 miles south of Santiago in the area at this time of the mounting international crisis
wwU't largest *Mrtr to derail a train," said Lt Luther Monday "Thare is only year, the end of the Southern developing almost daily In every
hens track user Lang Hall of the PEC special police mud and water where the town tlemlsphere'i summer Most section of the world, and because
*MhCaUf rls.MELLOW. I wal" tourists, however, frequent the ot the lack ot a clear-cut: ,
Hall said It was "not impossible Other reports said 80 per cent larger town of Valdlvla and forceful foreign policy the administration
I 1 that the angle Iron was loo*. of the town's buildings, Including Pucon, which were reported out- is attempting to
.MASHYELLOWSTONE :ened accidentally, but It certainly three hotels, were de- side the danger area. deal with each International dis
doesn't look that way" stroyed. The avalanches and streamsof turbance'only after it'ha* occurred
At the same time the Ajssocla Police at Temuco, 60 miles lava pushed several rivers V. -"when there it trouble.
lion of American Railroad an- northwest of the volcano, said out of their banks Already fly a man to it'-eeem* to be
nounced in Washington a f 100,. "many people are missing and swelled from four days xrf the order of the day,
eHUTCST AMERICAN WHISKS 000 reward for solving the Feb. we do not know what their exact violent rams, the rivers Inundated Cites Cuba Lee
KNtucn\ mwiew numo M ester t IN mw nmuo-w MMNtmia I 27 train bombing at St. Augustine -ate has been"Conaripe much of the valley around
sinus IT VEUMWTOM OIITIUin MIOUUV1UW H.0.IT. a resort and mber- Conarlpe "I am specifically concerned
.. .._,._ about the threatened communistic
take-over of the Western
Hemisphere." Kirk asserted
.. 'Losing Cuba Just off our own
\ Florida shore Is serious mat
ter, and now, just last week the
Organization of American States
proved conclusively that Cuba
CLAUDE R. KIRK JR supplied men and smuggled

FIRST FEDERAL leads the pany and served a* presidentuntil weapon Venezuelan and terrace equipment There to it the no n

way two yean ago when he doubt In my mind that Cuba has
was elected vice chairman of been established a* a communist
the board and became a partner fountainhead in the revor
firm of Hayden, Stone Co. Inc utlonary subversion rf Latin
III the Wall Street brokerage America"
P where lie has been in charge ot He continued: "Under our
their Southeastern offices and system of government the Senate -
serves on their board of directors is the most effective office
and Executive Committee and forum In the United States
SIGS ey Kirk II also well known for his other than the Presidency, and
SI\'JE ttttus) work in the Episcopal Churchin I feel men
% lM\GtS1 ) the Diocese of Florida. must accept responsibility to doomething
While a relative newcomer to about their government
4 EpAN 1N pp1Ddwd.nd ) the political: scene in Florida, other than sit on the sidelines -
curr : I\t\D\ 10\\\ ,. Kirk say florida deserve and criticise: U,"
r more recognition In the national stated
Kirk that tie would announce -
l\\\tI\ \ seen than It now enjoy tho location of his campaign -

E\.ANp earn fro m first : Q UARjERIyLAK \ "There business is urgent development need for in greater Fiords .- :'members headquarter of bu statewide and and the

Wei have
more payrolls ,
count committees: : within the
more job, and we must 'next two week.
F have them at once to take care
of our fast increasing popula-
"t tion. The only object In the Whit
",, .'t' Growth Of Agencies louse from the time of Its first
,1 r.anwrw, .At a businessman, I am also 'occupancy by President John
NnrT concerned about the constant Adams in 1800 1* the famous
lessening of the 'incentive' and uU-length portrait of George
'I '\ ,r:.':. l >roflt' phase of our iree4nterFrise 'Washington by Gilbert Stuart"he
... ?..," DO Jj TO Orange Strtt tttH""" GRO E PARKi Crystal lake Drive at Meadowbrook LAKELAND FLORIDA system which hat made painting bangs In the East
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1AKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, M.ftU 1M4 2 .

I Special Crews 'Ride Shotgun' For Florida East Coast Railway


four(Edllor'i note: Last month,, ahead of freight trains, which couldn't complete the circuit because rails and cut Into the liraThat's yard that he passed mile post: man on the tracks was teen 1 In could get tired sitting In a car you sign that form" hit aakf
Ida East freight Coast trains of the Flor. were blasted by dynamite foure r we've got rubber wheels" why we put these sweeps 18 the distance but you sure do" The paper contained a statement .
Railway we I times last month. They are like'Alley said
blasted bjr dvnamlta. Now the on" The trip seemed uneventful As we drew closer, Alley Dorrlety commented that they which releases the railway
I the shotgun
Infantry the -
scouts or The rail Is But the of a
car a converted suddenly figure
line, operating despite a strike,, guards who rode the stag'station fitted Iron Bars Attached sounded the horn and the man had to be ready for anything. from any liability in the event
tend armed guards ahead ol I coaches of the old west wagon. with four WORK moved to the side, H was a policeman "That's why the railway made of 'personal Injury or death"
the tr.l.... Twe were accompanied small rail size wheels which: Also to the bumper are doing track patrol duty ":
'. by Associated Press Wires Give Away keep the car on the tracks The two upright 6 foot iron bars topped ; ALTON 111 in A dacha on his off time.Anyth1na.
Writer Bernard Since car runs along on Its regular with red designed hund named Katrina Is very
Gasser Here' the Feb. ( dynamiting, flags They're PossibleTh RESTAURANT FEATURE
th-ei All
Alley does It and -
press-the much American very patriotic
his report on "riding thotnin, the two men concentrate on detecting to knock down anything
accelerator.The served reminder "
too.Henry. event at -
for ta,. railroad.) signs of dynamite that might be stretched across \WtDNISIAYSOUTHERN
train had
hardly gone a Jacobs, Katrina's owner that something dangerous
"Watch the rails" Alley said half mile (ram Jacksonville Sun- the tracks. One high rail car says he will toss a hatful of could always be just 10 feet.he.d
By BERNARD GAVIERAlloel.ted "And if you see a wire on it, day when and ran Into a window sash weight .
Alley stopped told fake or foreign coins, Intermingled : A booby trap a sniper
Press Writer hang on"Security Dorrlety something was on the stretched across. the tracks at with genuine American a de.railer.
ST AUGUSTINE (AP) police for the railroad tracks 20 yards back about a five foot height. It coins, on a floor and Katrina "You can't rightly say it Is
James Alley got Into the high- which hat been operating Dorrlety ran to the spot and smashed the windshield but no will ferret out the good American hard work." Alley laid "But It FRIED I CHICKEN.
rail car, slipped a bone-handled despite a strike which started 13 picked up a long tube shaped one was badly hurt money. does work; on you, especially at
38 Smith & Wesson from hisholster months ago, say the dyn.mitersbury device. | Moving along the main south Jacobs lays Katrina scent night We put bright spot lightson 'javiy'wiTH'jr.w
and placed it on the seat the explosives alongsidethe Alley said It was a track track at speeds from 40 to 63 for a good coin Is so good she the rails but it sure workson ""
Hit partner Wilkes Dorriety, ties or tracks Wires connected -sweep that Is attached to the m.p.h., Alley and Dorrlety were can differentiate the genuine your eyes 11111
put a mahogany-handled .38 to detonator caps are run front bumper of the high rail in constant radio communicationwith from the false in other people's "You wouldn't think a man
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Alley shoved the vehicle gear six.volt battery. When the locomotive "Those things are put on to behind them and with the rail. palm off a false half-dollar that c.,1...
shift into drive and began another wheels touch the wire, sweep chains or any small road yards at Jacksonville and had been palmed off on him, INSURANCES
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lI LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, March J, 1K1 "
:: Chees The BlabbermouthViet


I The Library Issue SettledIT ,\\ No Solution

IS gratifying that Lakeland'i library site issue was settled, Lakeland will '
site issue has finally been settled be fortunate indeed. @ ,IiI1 J.ri! timrl

and settled properly.The As Lakeland grows it is Importantto WASHINGTON The Johnson
look as far ahead as possible and to administration's public relation
Lake Morton school site is an
plan as systematically as possible to on Viot Nam have re-
ideal site and believe that awkward, contra
we insure the most beneficial kind of cently been
ahead Lakeland citizens will dictory, and even dangerous.In P
years growth by guarding against fundamental his press conference, Sat

be proud to have the building there on mistakes. f urday, President Johnson said +
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the school site within view of the There is increasing indication that there had been too much speculation
the military sit-
lake and with adequate space for auto- the careful planning that is so essen- uatlon In Viet Nam and too

mobile parking available.It tial will be done.Lakeland's. much pessimism about It,

was good for Lakeland that the but the administration itself Is
responsible for both
site issue was vigorously debated for
the speculation and the fluctuating r-
weeks. It got a good airing as citizens TigersTJlEY'RE Hood of pessimism and

with various views spoke up and expressed optimism.
Lakeland' well i 1'
themselves freely. Tigers as First, the President has been k
as Detroit's. issuing vague and ambiguous
Such Intense interest is indicativeof
to the communists
This is their 29th spring baseball warnings
an alert citizenship genuinely con in North Viet Nam before he
in Lakeland and dur-
training season ,
cerned that the very best be done for has made up his mind whether -
ing those years Lakeland and the he Is prepared to carry out

our city. Tigers have come to have a close and the warning*. JAMES RESTON

We congratulate the six city commissioners happy relationship.A Second, the administration litical consequences for the

for their sound decision to glimpse into this fine relation- is divided between those who west in the rest of SoutheastAsia
favor direct U.S. air and na-
use the school site. And it cannot afforded last will be serious and
ship was Friday night val action against the com- many
rightly be held against CommissionerLois when Lakeland's former mayors had munists in North Viet Nam officials here believe disas

Searl that she voted against the their get-together at the Yacht Club. and those who don't, and this trous.

school site. She had a conscientious Jimmy Campbell, vice presidentand \ division, too, has been carriedby In such a war, the offense
conviction about this important mat- prominent officials and has a startling advantage.
general manager of the Tigers, politicians Into the public domain
ter and it was her duty to herself For every Invader and gun
express who happened to be in the building, before It has been resolved coming down the Ho Chi Minh

which she did pleasantly. went to where the former mayors were in private. trail from North Viet Nam into .

Other issues of equal importancewill dining and picked up the tab. South Viet Nam, It takes
be coming,in steady succession as THIRD, it Is generally between 10 and 20 men and
He said he was doing that becauseit
agreed that Viet Nam Is not
defend the
Lakeland grows, and there will often was a good opportunity to express Voice of the People only the most serious military guns and to unidentified unprotected areas that-
be disagreement as to how they shouldbe Tiger appreciation to Lakeland.A problem facing the administration may be attacked.ACCORDINGLY.

settled.If very gracious act, indeed, and it

they can all be settled as agree- makes Lakeland feel good to know of snHsnEBaThis Is The Ledger's Opinion Page* ;( iq1 dfqltl : equal ratio is as unacceptableto this un-

ably and conscientiously as the library the cordial attitude of the Tigers. "\ .. ,, '0. the U.S. as the loss of

Tile editorial MS s H,rt Hw ..n.,.",,f'a ... *pm!.ii .* mitttn .! current I........ I. .... but the most delicate something South Viet-Nam it Is itself, and

.Jtorlcl .olMm*. It wtM" HW .1'1....... .f n 4n to IK. VoJt .f Hit '..pl. Colum Un HIM! political problem as well, In- agreed has to be done generally aboutit

I Bishop Henley's Report On Cuba t* ilfnt4 .,,1 lisp the WIIN.ddre... but ....... will .. withhold' .n.. H4..... A linear ....... ... volving fundamental relations to change the rules of the
.u'W 250 Wtlt"'b, ..4 Mtry COM M _*. Th. Lades rmrvM Hit right to nMt| My .kits w with Moscow as well as Pep

INASMUCH as Lakeland is Flor- it was reported to the visitors that ....... It. Opinions .f e.luMnne..d ...... cmtrlfcurw. .pp..r .1_... an riiit sl*. ping.Yet Secretary of State Rusk war.This is why the administration

ida Methodist headquarters and Bishop Cuban Methodism has grown in spir- Is not going to Saigon next is now thinking about

James W. Henley has occasion to come itual vitality and has become more Aged Drivers not only Ignore this, but refuse should be established, as Dr. week with Secretary of Defense sending its own men, bombersand

to Lakeland often his most recent deeply aware than ever before of its to yield on signal. Annls suggests. However, I McNamara, but leaving naval vessels Into the

visit to Cuba becomes of special interest sense of mission in preaching and daily DefendedEDITOR 2. Mothers with small chil also believe attention should the sentation state department's that mission repre- possibility struggle but of this Chinese Involves retaliation the
on to
dren. It Is not uncommon to be directed toward correctingthe
here. witness. Us subordinates direct Soviet Intervention

His primary concern has been to Bishop Henley spent the first nightof : I found your editorial see babe mothers either In driving arms or with stand-a driving habits of those Meanwhile, the majority J and major defensive

his most recent visit in Havana and Ing, holding the mother's groups cited above. If anyone leader In the senate, Mike moves to defend Saigon
keep the program of the Methodist "Auto Driver, 95, Arrested thinks these are exaggerations against air attack.
Mansfield of Montana
church going as strongly as possible went the next day to Mantanzas fora ," in the Feb. 27 Ledger head, while she Is smoking acigarette of one in his senility, I shall to have been siding publicly seems

under the extremely difficult circumstances meeting of the cabinet of Methodist interesting but annoying Its drink or while even driving.drinking Wereit aloft ble glad to drive him around with President De Gaulle of THE MOST dangerous and

Castro has brought about in district superintendents.On implication that those beyond not for the alertness of town for his enlightenment. France on negotiation of some likely Immediate prospect is
not that the communists will
Cuba.In. Sunday he spoke in downtown 95: as a class are outstanding other drivers looking out for K. G. EYERLY vague policy of neutralizing
win the war In South Viet Namor
Viet Nam. And while this
them, it is difficult to was
Havana at the Central Methodist traffic hazards. Your specu-
para that the U.S. will the
his reports concerning his visitsto late how accidents not done with the approval or carry
Church and in the University Meth- graph: "Many of the worst many they war to North Viet Nam but
even the of
Cuba he has therefore carefully re- traffic tragedies are caused by might cause. Why Not prior knowledge
odist Church.He the administration It Is hard that In the atmosphere of rumor
frained from expressing himself con- people too old to drive, too de- 3. Commercial vehicle drivers. confusion and intrigueIn
noticed that traffic on the streetsof teriorated to drive." While long-distance truck to convince anybody In Saigonor
the the
cerning political aspects of situation A Museum? elsewhere abroad that such Saigon another coup d'etat,
there. Havana is much lighter than it was Admittedly the case you cite drivers Ire admittedly among a casual relationship exists the third in 100 days, will/
before the Castro regime."It Is inexcusable and it wouldbe the best drivers, local delivery between bring in a neutralist South Vietnamese
This restraint: has enabled him to interesting to know who and pickup truck drivers asa EDITOR: Why Is it we never the administrationand that
is reported, said he "that Its chief government
only spokesman in the
make the visits and bolster the moraleof returned the license. Further, class, are the most reckless see in our paper a request Senate.IT will leave the communistsfree
about 40 per cent of the private automobiles for a museum?
and inconsiderate of the rightsof
it would be brash
the Methodist people and others in to argue to take over the penin
remain in operation in Ha the of others Most cities our size have
against logic professional
Cuba without risk of barred IS not easy to what
being them say
I know personally sula.This
vana. New buses from Czechoslovakiaare observations of Dr. Annis, 4. Bright light drivers I believe
should be done about Viet would be almost as bad
from additional visits. many people in this city and
but I should like to the law that
point out provides
in numbers. About 200 Nam. for the disaster
seen great surrounding small cities who The communists are violating west as a military
He makes the some other groups who constitute bright lights shall not be usedin
trips by flying from the ,
new actors were parked in a field at would gladly donate or at agreements of 1954
traffic hazards when
to wit: cities or approaching
Mexico City to Havana on a plane least loan and 1962 by sending guerrillas Nevertheless the
the edge of the city. Soon they will 1. Line crowders. The law another car either from the place on single articles despite
from North Viet Nam and .
operated by a Cuban airline. or collections of historic sup.plel President's belated words of
be distributed for use on government has been stressed much re- front or rear on open high as well as artistic Interest to : from North Viet Nam caution, the blabbermouth polIcy >
Concerning his most recent visit, farms." cently about keeping in the ways. Note the next time you everyone.The and China Into South Viet continues, provoked In part

he has reported that he and the associates Finally said he: "My trip was a right lane of four-lane highways Is drive observed.I at night. how well this old city library wouldbe Nam. They are using force to by the compulsion In an election

who accompanied him were "re- great inspiration to me." except when passing, a perfect spot for one. Why upset the balance of power In year to door at least to
and to immediately to the agree heartily that no one Southeast Asia. It is
must we destroy all the old gener say-something that sounds
ceived most graciously. And from those words it seems right lane when entering a should be permitted to drive buildings? Parking ally agreed here now that they vigorous. And the Irony of this
Continuing his report he said: logical to conclude that lie found the highway from the right. I who is mentally or physically be made there. spacecould are winning the war by these is that vague and ill-consid

"Under the difficult and often dis- torch of hope still burning brightly to venture that In Lakeland, at incapacitated and that fair tactics and that, if they con- ered statements ire not only
least two-thirds of the drivers means of determining this P. U quer South Viet Nam, the bad
concerting conditions that prevail in light the way to a better day in Cuba po- policy but bad politics.

Cuba, which are of public knowledge, for all the people of all faiths there.

I Perfumed Florida Demos Could Conceivably Lose The SouthBy I

NOW in Lakeland and over muchof visitors, a distinctive, Florida-made
ARTHUR KROCK this consideration tain of
Weighing causes
widespread Democratic
politicians who believe
Florida the air is freighted with the fragrance that can be done full justiceby m.Jf.fc {Ierl flSmt. plus the fact that an equal Democratic defection by which the magic of the Kenne- And a political If Senator risk Edward to alienate.Ken- I

I fragrance of citrus blossoms, remind- neither newspaper editorial nor WASHINGTON The electors rights law will be a fait accompli the South could be lost to the dy name on the 1964 ticket nedy was correctly quoted la

ing that winter is bowing out and lively chamber of commerce folder. of the Southern states by election day, cer- national party ticket. will assure the election of local a recently published Interview,

I spring about to dance out upon the Along with this sweet fragrancethat may be as certain of captureby tain oracles have concludedthat party candidates that Johnson's choice of another
t t President Johnson next the Southern Democratswill THE REASONS for this e. might otherwise be defeated. vice presidential candidate
stage.The has an effect both buoyant and November as many political vastly prefer a presidential mate are: More pressures come from would be assuming this risk
,I calendar says that spring is nostalgic have come the azalea and oracles are now prophesying, candidate from Texas to 1. That Robert F. Kennedy Citizens who see In the nomination / directly."I .

still almost three weeks in the offing dogwood blossoms and the other deli notwithstanding the previous the "outsider" the Republican incarnates to Southerners the of the late President's do not see how my brother

but the heralds of spring are already cate expressions of beauty attesting enactment of an equal rights nominee inevitably will be. drastic equal rights compulsions brother and chief confidant an or Mr. Shrlver could decline -
here in such law that Includes several sections This Is plausible reasoning, by the federal govern- opportunity for the nation to his (the President's)
profusion as to give the that a full cycle has brought to Florida
ment to which
legislated or
most distasteful to the and superficially logical as a pay a most dramatic and fitting call." Senator Kennedy was
impression spring is already here. once more the most delightful season South. political proposition. But its not, they remain bitterly op tribute to his memory quoted as saying, citing as a
I The perfume being shed by the citrus of all.There One strong basis of the prediction conclusion could be upset by posed. that also could shorten the precedent Johnson's acquiescence

I blossoms is a heady fragrance that could be a bit more cold is the reasonable assumption the potentials of conceivable 3. That the compulsion path of another Kennedy to to the same request
which would be
has little that Southern senators events between now and the enforced by a the White House. from John F. Kennedy at Los
come a early this year be- weather. But if it does come it is Federal
and representatives want November day when the U.S. EEOC is the one THIS combination of pres- Angeles In 1960.
cause of different weather conditions. likely to be of brief duration. voters go to the polls. These to which this opposition is sures creates political hazard By midsummer It will be decided -

Sometimes you detect it only faint- When the year gets along as far as i are: The nomination of Attorney greatest. for Johnson if he should whether the President's

ly and a few minutes later it may roll March 3, which today is, Floridians get Iff nit Ml.ttlrtJ General Robert F_ Ken That the attorney generalwants have and exercise another prospect of carrying the South
in nedy for vice president on. the vice presidential preference for his running is to be tested in these two
heavily on a passing breeze.It the feeling of relief that the threat of nomination Is only
a supposition mate, even though this be
Democratic the a
ticket particulars.
That is whetherthe
is a seasonal fragrance enjoyedas icy weather has passed and that it is to keep the chairmanships of in the pending equal though widely enter Kennedy by marriage, Sar equal rights bill, Includes

much by permanent residents accustomed safe to relax and roll out the carpet for moat of committees the major congressional rights bill of a compulsory tained. But that pressures to gent Shriver. The President the compulsory EEOC., and

to it as it is by our winter spring's official arrival. which could shift ,to a Republicans power Federal Equal Employment this end are being applied Is is confronted with the presence whether Robert F. Kennedy
a matter of fact Some of of cult
Opportunities Committee, and a which, being has been
nominated as JohnSOlI' -
in the House If,
partly or these
recession Infla pressures come from highly emotional, it would be .
A THOUCHT-He stood and measured the earth: he looked and shook the nations; then the entirely due to the defection tion In the mate.
eternal mountains were scattered the everlasting hills sank low. His ways were as of old.- of Southern States the Demo economy.
Habakkuk 3e.: crats are defeated In the na-
tional election of 1964. THE ADMINISTRATIONand
Its supporter are counting Potomac
This transfer of party control Fever
in the Senate is almost confidently on the prospectthat
LAKELAND election day will find
LEDGER mathematically impossible be-
the economic level at the high
cause, of the 33 Senate seats By FLETCHER KNEDEL .
est peak In history and that
to be filled In November ((24 any attendant Inflation will be Cassfos Clay is going to be a real champion Greatest poet since Gene Tun-

........ now occupied by Democrats absorbed In the ney and greatest fighter since Lord Byron.
MT! COWLtt III.World'i so completely
..... .. 9 by Republicans) Republican
I Imperial Pit. County P P.I0._."" JOH......",.M..IO".. ." v...... candidates would have boom as to be negligible as *
to wina
"PO CUY. ........ ,. "'"'"1"'
Citrus Center T-. P5 t-: 1 w..owur, minimum of 17. That would a political factor adverse to Who says President Johnson isn't smarter than the Republicans! While they
: the Democratic national ticket.
""II ... change the present division campaign in New Hampshire mid-wmter he campaigns in California and
.n. from 67 Democrats and 33 Republicans Many who share this esti- Florida.

to 51 Republicans mate, however, do not take .. *
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments 686-1151 and 49 Democrats, and onlya into account the counter-pressures The
$11 billion
tax cut becomes law
.designed to
nationwide Republican land- which could be createdin give the economy a hypo.
slide could effect it. the South by the nomina- Housewives are ecstatic. It's now the height of, patriotism to go on a shopping
tl lUiscRirnoN SATES tion of the attorney generalfor 'pree.

On. Yr ., .t. If. . $ZO.IO 0" Month .. ... ....,* $1.1S BUT THE lots of the 14 vice president and the establishment *

III 101...",. ,., 'Ie,*o W..k .40 Democratic House chairman of a compulsory Ode to the forgotten name: Numbers, numbers everywhere for your cards

Tune 101...*.. $ '.ZO SvJ.y Only Year .., .. $7.10 ships that of would Republican be the controlof consequence Equal Opportunity Comm, your phone your lair. All the. world is numeral mad, digit-wise but nameless sad.
sion.Yet *
that legislative branch In discussion of Presi-

,.....h... .fter"..", accept S.,4. sad in Sunday ...." .. iy L..I.... .wip.P.r Cwf.UktkuJ. would weaken the power the dent Johnson's electoral prospect LBJ In swims in the While Home! pool in 1 his birthday uic. Out-together-
FkrW. 11102 South wields in congress evenif with Southern Democratic ness. ltogethernes.The .
it retained possession of the leaden, both of these not *

12 Senate chairmanships has Improbable events were citedto Clay-Liston fight was the first broadcast to Europe by satellite Clay'
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FEC Strike Violence

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Becoming Worse

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By FULTON LEWIS, JR. had been prepared to clear

WASHINOTON-On the police the tracks of the first wreck
blotters of eastern Floridaare
listed COMBINED loss to the
more than 200 acts
of violence directed against FEC 1250.000. Paris comes to Penney I
men and women who seek The railroad hat made re- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY ,, ; .'
only to earn an
honest dollar + peated pleas to Washington
They work for a federal probe of the sabotage -

for the Florida I A Labor Department
East Coast1Railroad spokesman says the terror Is / a -
.wti t purely a "local matter" and
(FEC), an out. rA
of no concern to the Adminiteration. -
fit that was|
truck last! .
year by eleven! The FBI has been unableto
rail unions I enter the case because a
Many employee! a federal judge has yet to rule
chose not to the acts of violence a federal
trlke. Other LEWISlocal offense In one incident, a !
residents have readily marksman shot into the cab "-1 )
accepted petitions vacated by at the engineer of a moving S t27 I
those who did. FEC train .,..a'w w ra's'M sv3' ', .".' \
For that heinous crime, Was this not an attempt to +
these men and women literally Interfere with Interstate com
face death. merce (a federal crime)?
Locomotive engineer have No, ruled a federal judge in &
been the targets of rifle- Miami.; the "Intent" of the i\: T / / select couturier
wielding snipers; trains have would be killer could not be ,
been derailed bridges blown determined. The judge threw -
up. Employes have seen their out the complaint r ) prints in
cars sprayed with acid, their The significance of the FEC
homes splashed with paint. itrike Is great W. L. Thorn *
They have been stoned as they ton, the railroad's chief operating ARNEl CREPE
went to work and dragged out officer, puts it this way:
of cars by goons. THIS STRIKE was first
YET A Federal troubleshooter considered a mere brush fire $ ja by Wamsutta
has tried to set the that could easily be extermi sfls ;
blame on Edward Ball, the nated. The unions (whose annual ; ; iv
man who runs FEC. Assistant Income Is a tax free $190 I
Labor Secretary James million) felt they could make 59A
Reynolds Journeyed south such an example of the FEC 1
from Washington one day last that no other railroad would :
month to assail Ball's petulant ever again step out of line and a MApE51 S YARD 44/45 wide- .
adherence to a philosophythat depart from the so-called 'na av ; REApY E1.f I

"has no place In this coun tional pattern' of wages and %N EXPENSIVE FASHION YOUaS World famous Paris Designers select beau.Sn
try. hours and featherbeddingrules. HLG LING YOU C AN tiful Arnel triacetate crepe splashed with
Reynolds was furious because SEE' FA BRICS vivid ..
exciting Spring-fashion prints. ex-
Ball, almost alone lTSieaBa"1
"However as the time has YCU
elusive with Penney' so you can have the
U.S. Industrialists, has
among passed, this brush fire has be-
elected to run his own business come a matter of growing EXCtUSIVEI. 't couture styling you've always wanted Soft
In defiance of outrageous concern to the entire labor u fluid easy-draping crepe so right for today's
union demands. r t' shlft-y lines...and carefree too S..
movement It has shown thatit F '"""+ so erease ,
More than that, Ball has > $ i1 L '' '
Is possible to operate a com E resistant hand washable, irons with a i' I
turned the FEC Into a money- pany without submitting to v touch-up! Fashion-pick from twelve chic J I I
making proposition. When the the unreasonable demands of prints coordinating solids I Iru ",
rail unions struck In ,
January i
organized/ labor and shown, Y
1963, the FEC operated in the ,.a.
red. No longer forced to observe too women, there who are are still willing men and to BE EARLY! First 300
ridiculous: featherbedding -
rules, the firm has work eight hours for eight I
Into the black. hours pay x fr '; .,, customers in our piece goods dept.Lr .
The progress baa been "It is obvious that this I tomorrow will receive a bott .f s
achieved despite a reign of strike Is no .longer a brush S F
fire but full scale forest fire
terror unequaled' In recent a FRENCH PERFUME!
labor history. On February 9, that may threaten the entire :
for instance, an explosion union stranglehold on this and
rocked the early Sunday hours other industries.
In North Miami Beach. A The unions have now asked
dynamite charge bad derailed the Administration to appointan
and destroyed 33 cars, some "emergency board" that .
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I carrying highly combustible would force the FEC to hire TRADE UP THE KIND OF MAN
methane gas. Shortly there- back all strikers and fire those
after a second dynamite blast who have gone to work since To A Better Used Car From One Of The Many Bargains Offered Doily In The I You'd Want In Your Office i Will Be Reading The LEDGER Wont Ads Tomorrow. 1 i
disabled a derrick car that the strike began. LEDGER Classified Section. Place Your Offer Where He'll See It. Coil MU 6.1151 Now. I

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Southwest U. S.
Tuesday, March J, IW4

Pilot Lands By High Winds, Snow

|I.u TUP... .AccnriATED. _.._ PRESS threatened the area with waterI
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CrippledJet shortages
potent storm rumbled
Five Inches of wet snow fell
through the Southwest today,
( in the Denver area as the storm
Bomber with
(plaguing a seven'state area
moved eastward across Colorado -
snow, plummeting temperaturesand I
hazardous drivmg
winds. creating -
I brought back is expected, strong conditions on extremelyslick
I The U.S. Weather Bureau Issued -
when thoroughly analyzed, to hlghwiys.
hazardous conditions for Winds measuring more than t
prove so valuable in provldI
and stockmen.
I motorists
hour accompaniedthe
I 30 miles an
clues turbulence
ing new to another
In the Southeast, snow with gusts causingsnow
hazard. storm zipped along the Atlantic flurries.

The eight-jet bomber took Coast, soaking the area from In the Southeast, rain-packed

off shortly after 1 a.m. Wlchl- northwestern Florida to the Car storms ranged over a It-state

olines with drenching rain area from the Ohio Valley to

The southwestern storm lilt the Gulf and from Louisiana to

.tJl/l/i/E'C: tfI.' portions of Utah, Arizona, Wyoming

Colorado, New Mexico
Nebraska and Kansas. Virginia.Victims
ta time to fly to the Sangrede
\r: Tucson, Ariz., received a 2 .
Cristo southwest of
range ; Inch snowfall In two hours Mon

Denver and then north along day night, where the snowfall

I the range. annually averages 1.1 Inches. It Of Crash

Low-Level Flight was the first measurable mow-

fall since 1958. Some parts of .
Much of the route was to be the: city measured up to 3

PRESENTATION MADE G.o,.. Jtnhmi, ,...Id.nt el ,..n. Super Mortal, Ine. rocolvo. flown only 500 feet above the ---------A k- inches. Sought

large ,1.".. C.II,,SmSOIi.. tha .opining of tho 100th Pvblii Morkot at Winter Havtr thii morning. ground This was because the I Heavy snows were welcomedIn
.. ,.. B-52, designed originally for MAKES HIMSELF HIARD-CMtf Dof.".. Attorney Maid northern Arizona, where an
Tht ,1." ikowi o of Florida Indicating tho cihoi whoro tho to. oro locotod with tho
nomo and IIUII..., of ooch .roro. Tho plao.no woe ,in..' by 100 |oH bold which woro ,...."to. high altitude work, has been lolll for Jock Ruby. .* trial for mvrdar, prototti loudly abayt distribution unusually dry winter has MINDEN. Nev. (AP-Work-

by tho "'."..... of each of tho 100 .to.... Sovtral' golf cm..... whoro Jonklni playi .,. 'indicatoi forced by Improved enemy; of Kttrotur. U 01,. courthouM by i Notional' Iil.,., ers began the grim task todayof

." tho ,1."... Tho pl.qu. was ,...."t.. on baholf of tho wholotol. food] compomoi i In tho ortiby defenses to adopt low-level L..,.. official olin inrorviowod by raporrora outilda J.... frown's West Is GOPCandidate recovering and Identifying 81

Pool, Wintoro, of tho Savannah Sugar Corp., who roproionrod tho wholaialan. (Lodgor photo by courtroom In Dallas y..t....,. AIM. protoiHnf !I. .".th.. olofonwortornoy Lake Tahoe plane crash vic
tactics to slip under defending, tims as this tiny western Ne-
Corral) I Jo. Tonohill, risht. AP Wirophoto).
radar. vada town opened Its doors and

Yancey Thousands At Opening Plane Rolls Judge 01 Ruby Trial Has For Housethat kitchens dead. to relatives of the

Moments after the first Jolt, The 81 passengers and four

Of lOOt Publix StoreWINTER the plane rolled rapidly and To Go Home With Cold crew members died Sunday in
Seeks Seat the nose swung up to the Dr. West will oppose the crash of a Paradise Airlines

right. Chiles for the House seat Constellation against a lofty,
HAVEN-A crowd 01 plaque bearing the stores and DALLAS (AP-Dist. Judge I Ruby's attorneys will plead The
In Senate ; Fisher yanked back all eight year-old city com snow-covered peak on a flight
their locations and a 01 Joe B. Brown, presiding at the that he suffers from psychomotor missioner said this
several thousand was on ham map engine throttles. He orderedthe morning: scheduled from San Jose, Calif.to .
Florida indicating where the murder trial of Jack Ruby, be- epilepsy and was tempo- "It II intent to for
morning at the opening Of crew: "Just get ready to my run the gambling and winter
er Montgomery Ward store. Southeast Shopping Center in stores are located. abandon the plane" came ill and was sent home today rarily insane when he killed Os the House as a Republican. sports center on the south shoreof

He worked In that capacity Winter Haven. I The plaque was ringed with "I didn't think we were goIng by the doctor. However wald. Lake Tahoe.

until he enlisted In the United Many of them came to see 100 golf balls, one from each to keep it together," he another Judge took his place. Thus, a pamphlet Issued by The ,path for recovery opera- t
States Army in the fall of store manager. recalled later. Judge Brown said from his: the National Epilepsy League :rf IP
the opening of the 100th Publix t.q" ions was cleared by a bulldoz-
Richard Dantzler 01 home, "I've got an awfully bad and distributed outside the
Mayor With engines at idle, the and
Jen. which followed
Supermarket by George er crew an
I ": ::: : ;&. Winter Haven was on hand 1 to roll continued and the nose cold and the doctor told me to courtroom, brought cries of
itJ kins, who started the first Pub old logging road, then pushed
make Jenkins clt-, in bed." "grossest to obstruct I am assuming that the proper
/ii., {fM!{ an honorary dropped. The pilot had the stay conspiracy
lix Market here 40 rocks and to the
through snow
I ; ._ .. _'" ,. '" .. years ago. \men of Winter Haven. control wheel back In his lap The judge said Judge J justice," "contempt 01 qualifying papers will be filed
crash lite.Relatives.
Jenkins told the crowd that and turned full left with the Frank Wilson, another Judge 01! court," and "trying to contaminate before the noon deadline at
1942 Yancey served most of his 50th store was opened 4'rears '!/{ Road To Be Widened In criminal fromRuby's Tallahassee today. and friends of the
a court dealing prospective jurors"
rudder as far In as it wouldgo.
his time In the European and the wonderful victims thronged Into Minden, a
ago Chairman
army County would chief
But the plane would not cases, probably take counsel, Melvin Won't Campaign
Theatre of War. Florida housewife has made Wilmer McCutcheon told Brown's place. Belli, Monday. lsque.( erman town of 550 res-

He enrolled at Florida Southern progress so great that since that the crowd that the county will respond "I will not resign from the dents located six miles east ofthe

College In September, 1948, time his firm has built 50 addl four-lane busy Cypress Garden "The tail's informed loose, the the pilot Disputes Delay Selection Motion DeniedHe city commission, and I will crash site and seven miles

and was graduated in June, tional stores. Road where the shopping center Nevertheless laconically the crew. There was no Indication how demanded a mistrIal not campaign actively for south of Canon City the state
plane was
1949. While In attendance at Wife, Children Attend is located, very soon. managing, loosely, to hold long Judge Brown 55, would be which was denied. election to the House. I take apital.
Florida Southern Yancey wasa Mrs. Barbara Cooper Clackof altitude while wallowing back away from the case which today The uproar which delayed no issue with the incumbent." I The fire station became an in-
"We hope, said Jenkins, "to and Gar- West said that his papers formation center; the Carson
member of the Lambda Chi Lakeland Cypress and forth headings was still In the Jury selec- questioning of Jury candidates
on over a
Alpha (social) fraternity the be able to open the 200th store dens snipped a lavendar ribbonto 20 or 30-degree tion stage .after two weeks and began when the pamphlets witha were being filed to "furtherthe Valley Improvement Club be-
In about 8/ years. We hope to range. development of the two- came a morgue and Douglas .
the store officially.Mrs. letter In
Pi Gamma Mu (honorary social open For the next 45 minutes, until two days. covering appeared .'
have It here In Winter
science) fraternity, and 0. C. Smith, of Winter a fighter plane could come A roaring dispute over a the courtroom. They had been party system in Florida. County courthouse became
Haven where It all started
served as President of the Stu. Haven, had the distinction of alongside and survey the dam 'fact sheet on epilepsy" and given to newsmen. The medical doctor presently headquarters for recoverytosses.

dent Body In 1948-49, and was Mrs. Jenkins and their six being the first customer. In the age, the crew did not know charges of efforts to 'contaminate" Belli insisted the pamphletswere Is serving his second q
children Julie, Howard Ken. term on the city commission. While the bodies carried "
named Honor Walk Student in new grocery store. just how much tail structure prospective jurors de. meant not for newsmen were
1949. neth, Nancy, Carol and David Jenkins, who rose from a SI5.! remained to keep the plane ayed jury selection Monday.The primarily, but for prospective He served previously on the out, Federal Aviation Agency I
were on hand to see Jenkins a-week store clerk to a millionaire in Its total persons examined jurors. Police officers said no governing body In the 1950s, and Civil Aeronautics Board Investigators I,
even marginal flying
Degree ObtainedHe receive a special award from businessman, gave credit condition. for the jury goes to 150 this I copies of the literature reachedany but resigned when he was were to examine the

also organized and served the area wholesalers and from for his continuing success to "During that 45 minutes," morning when hearings resume. jury candidates. elected a member of the rash scene in an attempt to

as the first President of a his 100 store managers.The his 5,200 employes and fellow Fisher said today, "we were Eight men and two women have One paragraph In the pamphlet budget commission of Polk learn why the plane crashed.

men's leadership fraternity award was a giant size workers.. all spring-loaded in ejection been accepted, I leaving two jurors read "You don't have to County.His .
election to the budget
which later became charteredas position not knowing when we to be found. worry too much about a patient Viet
board was a of a Republican
a chapter of Omicron Del. Air Pollution Control would come apart" Ruby Is on trial for the Nov. In a psychomotor seizure. You strategy part which Cong
ta Kappa. Yancey was also i When the fighter plane arrived 24 shooting of Lee Harvey Os. 'will read in novels and see In
the control of the
honored by being named in to look over the tail, all wald, accused assassin of President I the movies all kinds of dramatization gave party Mauls Two
board. The Democratsthen
Who's Who Among Students in. I Group Asks Board's HelpBy but a stub of the vertical tin Kennedy in Dallas. Dist I spiced-up stories about county abolished the board at

American Colleges and Universities was gone. The elevator-hori- Atty Henry M. Wade says he 1 what psychomotor epileptics the subsequent session of the Battalions

in 194849. Since his RONNIE STUART I 'The majority of the people zontal tail surface that helps will demand death In the electric I:lo: murders, criminal activl- Florida Legislature.

graduation from that school, Ledger Staff Writer 'who are making these allega move the plane up and down I chair for Ruby. 1 I ics, etc. That Is nonsense." McConkty also announcedthat the Communists were reported
has served three the side badly
Yancey yearsas BARTOW A representativeof tlons are not familiar with the -on right was Paul D. Wells, Polk City; to have headed toward Cam-
of the Florida The left elevatorwas
president the Hillsborough Air damaged. citrus executive, would file xxlia.
Alumni As. technology and methodology of In United Fund Officials
Southern College good shape.
Pollution Commission today for the Group Three House U.S. helicopters could not fly
sociation. presented Polk County commis. air pollution control, nor do we seat presently held by Ben In because of a rule prohibiting

Yancey attended Stetson loners with four areas where feel that they have made stay Say $90,802 CollectedAt Hill Griffin Jr, of Frostproof.

University College of Law and the commission can aid in air serious effort to ascertain what Two Injured Griffin has already announcedthat 'ftlnt '
obtained his law degree from control.Dr. he will be candidate for ,'fa" On,
pollution a
the State Board of Health Is do- Its second report meeting, and companies and organizations -
George Washington University David B. Lee, director of Lakeland the of the Senate seat being vacatedby .
College of Law In Washington. ing on their behalf In this area. In midway In the drive for $231- urging gubernatorial candidate operation of U.S. aircraft closer
the Bureau of Engineering for Huffstutler told Commissioners solicitation In time for the report
Florida 000 the United Fund today re than three mile
Yancey taught at Scott Kelly. to the border.
the State Board of Health, and that for the first time since Tuesday. The calls will be
Southern College during the K, K. Huffstutler, director ol 1960, "we feel) that we are In'a Auto CrashTwo ported that a total of 90802. made by other volunteers recruited In addition, McConkey said The killing of the 17.S. captain
summer session of 1949 and has been collected. that Marvin 0. Vernon, Au- Increased American combat
the Polk-Hillsborough Air Pollution -position to set for the Industryand I for the purpose.
has taught business law at the burndale businessman, will bea deaths In Viet Nam to 113.
The amount, representing reports -
Commission, appeared the Individual companies a persons suffered minor InJuries Reports of divisions as given
for the past three candidate for the Senate His identification was with-
college from all of its eight di-
before the county commission In maximum fluoride emission In a two-car accident on this morning are as follows:
years. response to a petition presented limit. East Rose Street at its Intersec visions, is 39.3 per cent of the Government $291 1.S seat being vacated by Kelly. held.bituarie.
has also been employed per
Yancey to the commission several I lion with Lake Parker Avenue campaign goal and a disappointment of Prolesslonal-

visitor with as a the District State Welfare Depart. weeks ago. BloodhoundsNab yesterday.Patrolman B. R. Womble said who have to been campaign stressing officials the cent 5,725, 33 per goal cent; ; Phosphate-I- II IIof

which The four-point program rec 8,654, 41 per cent; Commerce
ment of Public Clinton Ralph McCartney of Po need for 50 per cent or more at
ommended Lee Included
by : and Industry 67,30800, 48
position he held until his appointment Prisoners cono Cottages, West U S. High this point.
-"It would be our per cent;
as a special agent very strong
way 92, suffered a whiplash Injury Campaign Chairman Jerard
for the Federal Bureau of In. recommendation that the Polk Who EscapedBARTOW of the back and his wife"A. Kent told the small group General Business No. 1 I,- HENRY J. WAHL 211 Second St., SE, who died

vestigation. Yancey served as County Commission undertakean Atta, suffered a nose bleed and that turned out for the report 244, 5.5 per cent General Bust- Henry J. Wahl, 85, of 51idgewood Sunday will be held Thursday

an FBI Agent In Washingtonand equitable planning and zonIng The sheriff's" de- a bruised left knee in the acci this morning at Morrison's that nes No. 2 260, 52 per cent; Drive, died yesterday -afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ott-

New York City, resigning program. While we do not partment's famous bloodhounds dent. It was imperative that workers (Advance gifts) Women's Div. afternoon at Lakeland Gen Laughlin Funeral Home Chapel.The .

the position when it became believe that we will ever be ableto did it again, last night. The accident happened, Wom- rally to solve the problem that -4,659, 24 per cent Select eral Hospital after a short 111 Rev. Robert B. Hamilton,

necessary for his wife to re reduce our environmental Aided by their canine deputies ble said, when McCartney was the attendance and dollar reports -Potential 2,661, S3. ness. He was a native of retired pastor of First Presbyterian

turn to Florida for health rea pollution to a point where heavily members of the depart- driving a car west on East Rose reveal. Kent called also The following "Excellence1 Streater, III., and came to Lake- Church will officiate. Masonic

sons. While serving in the industrialized areas can be ment trailed two road gang Street and collided with a car for the help of companies and and "Fair Share" award win land 15 years ago from Elm graveside services will be

New York office of the FBI, located next door to agricul escapees Into Lake County and driven by Vernon S. Tyson of,organizations to complete em- ning organizations were announced hurst, III. He was a retired held by the Winter Haven LodgeNo.

Yancey received a letter of lure, commerce tourism, etc., apprehended the two a few 1220 El Camino Road which was ploye solicitation in time forthe : Railway Transport Employe 1M at Lakeside Memorial

commendation from Director and-use patterns of this nature hours after escape. traveling north on Lake Parker next report, next Tuesday Excellence, Wellman LordEngineering ,Mr. Wahl was a member of the Park.

J. Edgar Hoover for outstanding should be established and The two Identified as 27-year-, Avenue It, too, will be a coffee-break Lakeland Lodge No. 91, F&AM; I Friends may call at the Ott-
strongly enforced." old Donald Timothy Meador McCartney was charged with 32 degree York Rite Mason
service. meeting at 8:15: in Morrison's.As I Fair Share: Mutual Wholesale Laughlin chapel tonight and to-
and year-old Duane Allen failing to yield the right of way and 2nd member of the
Served With Haley 2-"lt Is a philosophy of the a help toward solving the ; Union Bag-Camp PaperCo. a morrow between the hours of 7
Lashow, escaped yesterday afternoon was estimated at $700 Mrdmah Shrine Temple.
State Board of Health, in which Damage problem Kent described as Florida Tile Industries and I o'clock.
Yancey has also been employed I concur, that an operation of from a road gang to the car McCartney was drlv.ing "lacking in speed, he said that Pendarvis; Chevrolet. ; He la suvived by his widow

as a salesman of heavy 'his nature (air pollution control working on State Road 33 about and at }75 to the car Tyson telephone calls will be made Mrs. Marie H. Wahl, Lakeland;

equipment covering central ) should be operated at the one mile north of Polk City, was driving. this week to volunteer workers two daughters. Mrs. Lucille MRS. LULA L. HORTON

Florida, Including Polk (;oun. lowest level of government, such Munyan, Key West and Mrs BARTOW-Mrs. Lula L. Horton -

ty. He served as legislative as the city or county. It wouldbe Youth AdmitsAx Carmen Kuehlthau, Maywood, M, of Rt. 2 Bartow, died

assistant to Congressman my recommendation that the III. yesterday in a Bartow Hospital
James A. Haley from December Polk County Commission give I Funeral services will be conducted She was a native of Waterloo,

1957 to Jan 1, I960 In serious thought to taking over Slaying tomorrow afternoon at Mich and had been living in

Washington. He has been actively the air pollution control the Thornton Memorial Home Bartow since 1954, when she
program -
engaged in the practice [ and operate It as a Polk Of FamilyDecatur Chapel under the direction of moved here from Grass Lake,
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of law In Lakeland since County (operation with the neessary the Lakeland Lodge No. 91. Mich.

January 1060.Ysncey Implementation." area Thursday afternoon F&AM. Friends may call tonight She Is survived by two
until 9 o'clock. The family requests
and his wife are active
daughters, Mrs.
3-"We would certainly recommend The slayings are believedto George Me-
In lieu of flowers -
members of First Methodist that your commissiongive have occurred Friday. Nickle Bartow, and Mrs. Elmo
be made to some charity.
Church in Lakeland serious thought to assisting The elder Gambrlll was custodian Huttenlocker, Grass Lake,

where Yancey has served (or UI In adding a second floor tour at the Enterprise elemenFronf1'ag FOR MRS. MARTIN Mich.; one sister, Mrs. Ella
the past three years as a memo headquarters In Winter Haen. services for Mrs. Weisenmire, Jackson, Mich.;
ber of the Official Board. ." Funeral four grandchildren and six great
Alice Viola Martin, of 2305 Jungle -
and his wife, the
Yancey 4-"We are In serious need of grandchildren.
Norma Helms, of 0". St., who died Thursday,
former funds for continuous monitoring Funeral services and burial
held yesterady at the Gentry -
Lakeland, were married In and surveillance of this activity .Morrison Funeral Home, will be In Jackson, Mich. Whid-

December 1948. They have I will mention no specific[ fig- F tary school and normally workeda with the Rev. Guy Athearn den Funeral Home Is In chargeof

two children. ures, because I am sure It could few hours each Saturday. He pastor of the Orange Heights local arrangements.
run Into hundreds of thousands failed to last '
report Saturday. Methodist Church, officiating.
| VOIH TICKET TO ]I of dollars. Air pollution control When he failed to show jp yesterday Burial will be later In Lakeland -

1 LMPOIITED FOODS I does not come cheap. his superior asked the Memorial Gardens. AMBULANCE

2 Referring to the petition presented __ pastor of Gambrill's church to

) JI"l.,, 3.,mtL i11M to the Commission, Lee jW j1'tvf" Inquire into his absence. CHARLES E. GODDARD I SERVICE
laid that "an effective (
programand The Rev. David M. McCon- WINTER HAVEN Funeral
All fMOPfMM UMIM. action have been taken .t PuS phot col,
niws. within our present resources. aughey asked a policeman to accompany -services for Charles E. Goddard .vary hour of ...
-_ him to the house and nlaht sad day.
they found the bodies after forcing -


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LAKELAND: LEDGER. Tuesday, March 1,1M4 *

I IMC's Bonnie Plant Records Million Accident-Free Man Hours I I

BARTOW Establishing! an General Manager Floyd B million.hour mark on Feb. 20 Feb. II when a worker fractured chemical plants and only about "Reaching the magic number hardship to themselves and their record was set In t 1M143
all -time record, the Bonnie Bowen of IMC's Florida phosphate md has now almost doubled the an ankle The minerals half that for all Industry. With of one million man-hours In both families."In period when 521,197 man-hours
all include the Noralyn this new safety record, we fully announcing these fine were worked without lost-time
Chemical plant of International operations said Bonnie revlous record there, Bowen operations phases of our operations is very :
employes and those of the' .aid. The last lost.time accidentit mine and plant south of Bartow, expect Bonnie to have an even safety performances we give accident In the mineral opera
Minerals & Chemical Corpora gratifying, but to us the real accomplishment the credit to the individual tions, a I9S152 record of 2.393-
minerals operations, which afar the phosphate chemicals com the Achan mine and plant south more favorable comparison with principal
I don has passed one million man recently posted a million-hour ilex occurred on Feb. 12, 1963. of Mulberry and the Prairie'national averages for 1963 when I Is that through employes. We must, 507 accident free man-hours stall
hours worked without a lost record, ate being presented special Although not surpassing the preparation plant at Mulberry. they are published and to be their own safety-consciousness however, also acknowledge'the stands, but th million-hour.
time accident the company announced Individual awards. ill-time record, the company's "The accident frequency rate the recipient of numerous national the workers avoided injuries effective effort of the plant mark has been surpassed several
. today. Tie Bonnie plant passed the minerals operation had reacheda at Bonnie in 1962 was well be- safety awards," Bowen which can cause personal discomfort safety departments." times In the Intervening decade

I 1,240,310 man-hour total on low the national average for said : and_ possible_economic I Bonnie's previous best safety ,-Bowen- said. --------
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j Swiss Murder Trial

LAUSANNE, Switzerland A Swiss nurse told a murderltrial 'get up about midnight and takea
here yesterday that when bath."
dying, New York widow Mar-! She said Mrs. Bird used to be mt YOUMFU TO A118 SUCE OF SAVIlEU

Jorie Winifred Bird called for a given bottles of pills,, some of
doctor in her hotel room. The them 1 armless fak .. Grand Prize'
nurse said the thought It was "She threw them on the floor
"just one of her whims." and then crawled around throwing e Door Prize Prices Good
The trial of Dr. Gerard Savoy them Into her mouth- h I
59, accused of murdering had the mentality of a little Nothing tit buy You

Mrs. Bird, of Matinecock, L.I. girl" Mrs. Servais testified. Ih 'f VI Need Not !. Present to
N.Y., entered its second week Savoy has claimed he pre'acribed s.su.
here The wealthy, Missouri- false pills to assuage Win.
born widow died in July 1961. Mrs. Bird's craving. But Mrs ALL THIS WEEK !
aged 64. Dr. Savoy I Is accusedof Servias acknowledged that some BIRTHDAY REFRESHMENTSBALLOONS
giving her fatal drug doses. of the pills Mrs. Bird swallowedwere
Visit Skipped drugs. FOR THE KIDDIES
"It wasn't my Job to controlthe
The nurse and companion of amount she took," she sale FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET -
Mrs. Bird Alice Servus, 59, testified Made
that on July 20 two days
before Mrs. Bird's death Dr. Defense lawyer Albert Plcirc. wAdmtral
Savoy did not make his usual representing Mrs. Bird's brother VALUES s
daily visit. Previous testimonyis and heir Ralph Towle Ken- ADMIRAL ; i 1
that she had then already dall, warned her at this point
been given the fatal drug doses that she could be charged with ,
perjury If she gave false test!-
When Mrs. Bird asked for another "
'Tired of ?
doctor, she sent for one, mony getting up
Mrs. Servias told the court, "butI Mrs Servtis repeated the nev- ADMIRAL 2-DOOR "Sick & unable to get up?" -
I er knew Mrs. Bird's life was I In
was almost sure she was Just danger. Asked about Mrs. Bird's Then-here Is the Answer!
fooling-it was a comedy.
relationship with her secretary, REF./FREEZER
Bertrand De
Replied Judge
self-styled Romanian Prlnc e
I Haller sharply: "A comedyl but Nicolas Sturdza, another defendant -
the died two days later. Don't ""
Mrs. Servais said "they !3'000
14 ft.
you think you're going a bit cu.
were devoted to each other. VOLTS OF
far? "If ha was away he tele-
Mrs. Servals: "I am sorry phoned her every day," she Aut. Defrostrefrigerator PICTURQ
sir." said. "She always called him rows!:
But she said she never knew Nicky" .
that Mrs. Bird was gravely ill, Sturdza Is accused of stealing
even Just before her death. Jewels worth $700,000 from Mrs Top Freezer
"Although she lay in bed most Slrd's safe as she lay dying. $16995 ,

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Both sides were vulnerable, that allows South to ruff three
The bidding: I clubs and return safely to hit '

South ,West North Eas'hand.
1 A Pas 4 A Pa.
I. : Past S. Pss Silver
I V Pass 7,it Pasi K-ViIIe HomeDamaged -
Past Pall

West led the club queen. In

The Cavendish Club staged I a
duplicate tournament 10 day Monday FireFire
ago for the first time in many;
years and bad no difficulty In Dollars
attracting a full house of 13'; I raced through a home on I
tables. Although most leading, Elaine Street in Kossuthvilleyesterday _
tournament players in the metropolitan .' causing heavy smoke VODR BEST COLOR a.
area belong to th and fire damage to the home II
Cavendish, the club usually ha 'and Its contents __
promoted internal tournament:' Robert E. Gilmore, chief of __
for special occasions suet the K.Volunteer Fire Depart FREE __
only _
as the Morton Rubinow Memorial 1 ment, said the home belonged STEREO BUY! ___ .
Trophy. It appears that this to J. M. Guy who was at work __
policy Is being revised. when the blaze started Guy's' __
wife wee in Lakeland and his
of the duplicate
The winners I'
In school.
two children were
tournament were Mr. and Mrs. with each $10 I
The fire was reported by a
Edward Lowenthal, New York
neighbor who saw smoke
City who refuse to accept the Ing from the house. The com'f purchase of any small
widely held view that married partment's fire truck and
couples cannot play well together glUon; pump truck were used appliance, we will MIMMMr.r
They were the only pair to Ito combat the blaze which '
reach the excellent grand slam started, Gilmore said, from a
contract, on the deal shown today short in the refrigerator wiring
Gilmore estimated damage at give One .I.Ir
As the Cavendish experts discovered 1,900 to the $5,000 home. The you
It Is extremely difficult -house was partially covered by awaa,
to reach a grand slam with insurance, he reported.
only 23 high-card points In the I Silver Dollar
combined hands. The excellent
fit good controls In every suit Youths Who Stole '
and the possibility of ft cioss- Example: If you buy a E''
ruff give North-South a fine Autos SentencedTo
chance to make all the tricks. $20 Percolator, we will

Bidding the Grand Slam State PrisonBARTOW give you 2 Silver Dollars .
The bidding In the diagram ADMIRAE

grand shows a slam method with of the bidding aid of the a Two 17-year-old The ROXBURY Y60IOA Series The SHELDON/
Winter Haven youths, accused
slam convention that Is growing -,of stealing two vehicles in c Metfel T1000 $
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meaningless Jump bid to show Raiford State Prison. i iI whlN'V.sherp.cleir alack end.. 9 5
to four clubs front control I
a void. The Jump I Bruce lenn Cooey, 430 Ave- Chocoellfnl.h/ on metal. ONLY
should be Interpreted in this ue C, SE, and Garry Allen SAVE'Q ....,opt,extra.
way, if the convention is being helton. 400 7th Avenue NE, !'
used, because four clubs is virtually both pleaded guilty to stealing a .
never used as a preemptive ruck on Jan. land an WITH ACCEPTABLE TRADE-IN
response. North's bid confirms rile on Jan. /. automo-l I
good spade Criminal Court Judge
Implication, and South makes tmidon set the sentences of each'to OPEN UNTIL 9:00: P.M.
a void-showing bid In his turn run consecutively. ',
by jumping! to five diamonds!1 FRIDAY NIGHT
North and South each: show a Students Vote
heart control by cue-bidding and
North can afford to bid seven To Do Away FREE ,
spades. He knows that If his I

partner holds three hearts. Including With Flogging I II
heart can be ,
the king. p
discarded on the diamond ace I ETON. England ell A I
The defenders' cards have uunpllng of students at Eton
been slightly rearranged to Illustrate one of Britain's most fashionble -
the Importance of thinking prep schools shows that II I cLo71et'
about the bidding before ewer than one in four of the
making the opening lead. If dung gentlemen want
West selects the unthinking bolished. nOI'inl,1,
book lead of the club queen A few lashes with a
South has no trouble In making tandard punishment for wrong.
the contract. He ruffs In dummy oem at the school, training 211 S. Florida Ave. Open All Day Wednesdays Phone MU 2-5107
cashes the spade ace, and round of Britain's social andi ,
crow.ruffs two diamonds and political elite. I

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I Tuesday LAKELAND, March S, 1854 LEDGER Southwest Li. S. Hit

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Pilot Lands By High Winds, Snow


CrippledJet (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS!threatened the area with water

A potent storm rumbled shortages
(through the Southwest today, Five Inches of wet snow fell
ltA Bomber plaguing a leven-state area with in the Denver area as the storm
moved eastward across Colorado
now, plummeting temperaturesand .
creating hazardous driving
I brought back is expected, strong winds.
conditions on extremelyslick
when thoroughly analyzed, to The V.S. Weather Bureau Is-, highways

prove so valuable m provide sued hazardous conditions for, Winds measuring more than

ing new clues to the turbulence motorists and stockmen.In 30 miles an hour accompaniedthe

hazard the Southeast, another snow with gusts causing
I storm zipped along the Atlantic anow flurries.
The eight-Jet bomber took Coast the area from
I soaking In the Southeast rainpackedstorms
off shortly after 7 a.m. Wichita -I northwestern Florida to the Caollnas ranged over a It-state

whit drenching rain. area from the Ohio Valley (o

The southwestern storm hit the Gulf and from Louisiana to

__ rtr !t1'al#; rfnt portions of Utah, Arizona, Wyoming -

Colorado, New Mexico,

-J time to fly to the Sangrede Nebraska and Kansas Virginia.Victims

Cristo range southwest of Tucson, Ariz. received a 2 -
inch snowfall In two hours Mon.
Denver and then north along
day night, where the snowfall

I the range. annually averages 11 Inches It Of

-- -- I Low-Level Flight was the first measurable snowfall CrashI
since 1958 Some of
Much of the route was to be -I parts
I the city measured up to 3
A TION MADI Georg Jonkmi, priidonr of Publli Supor MorkoN, |Ine.. rocoivo.. flown only 500 feet above the -mL Inches

lorg ploquo commomonriitg fIts oponing of Its 100th Publii Mr.r .t Win Ie, H...* this morning ground This was because the -- Heavy snows were welcomedin SoughtMINDEN

The ploquo shows a map of Florid indicating tho citiso whtro ttio item oro located with Hi. B-52, designed originally for I MAKES HIMSELF HIARD-Chl. Do'..... Athr..., MolvU northern Arizona, where an

nomo and numbor of oach stow. Tho ploquo wn rI..... bf 100 golf bulls which won 'r..t.d high.altitude work, has been 1111 far Jock Ruby on trial for ...ur".", profoilo loudly. shout dl* unusually dry winter has Nev. (AP-Work-

by Hi* .......... of such of rho 100 itoroi. Sovrrol foil c.u.... whop Jonllno; ,1.,. oto Indicorodon forced by improved enemy I iribuho ., Utcratur in th* courthoui by o Notional Ipilopiy -- erg began the grin task todayof

Ih* ploquo. Th. ploqu wi ,...ut.d on btholf of Ih* wholoiol food c."i.. In Iho *... defenses to adopt low-level Looguo official when Inrorvlowodl by ropartort ourildo Jvdgo Irown'l West Is GOPCandidate recovering and identifying 85

b, foul Wintori, of Hi. Sovannoh Sugar Carp, who nprounrod Hi* wholoultn. (Lodgor photo by tactics to slip under defending courtroom In Dollai ,*.t.r"*". AIM profoiHuf It cnorhor dtfont. La'-e! Tahoe plane crash vie1ms -

Corral) oHomoy, Joe Tonohill, right AP Wlrophoro). as this tiny western Nevada -
radar. town opened Its doors and

I Yancey I Thousands At Opening Moments Plane after Rolls the first jolt, Judge Of Ruby Trial Has For Housethat kitchens dead. to relatives of the

Seeks Seat Of 100th Publix Store the the plane nose swung rolled rapidly up to and the To Go Home With ColdDALLAS Dr. West will crew The members 81 passengers died Sunday and four in

oppose the crash of a Paradise Airlines

In Senate WINTER HAVEN-A crowd 01, plaque bearing the stores and right Fisher yanked back all eight (AP-Dlst. Judge Ruby'i attorneys will plead Chiles The for the House seat. Constellation against a lofty,

several thousand was on hand their locations and a map of I engine throttles. He orderedthe Joe B. Brown, presiding at the I that he suffers from psychomotor year-old said this city commissioner snow-covered: peak on a flight
this morning at the Florida indicating where the murder trial of Jack became morning: scheduled from San Jose Calif.
opening 01 crew: "Just get ready to Ruby, epilepsy and was temporarily "It Is intent to run for
er Montgomery Ward store to the and winter
Southeast stores located. 111 and gambling
Shopping Center in I are abandon the plane. was sent to- Insane when he killed Os '
the House
as a Republican.
He worked In that capacity Winter Haven. The plaque was ringed with "I didn't think \'e were go- day by the doctor. However, wald. ports center on the south shore
until he enlisted In the United 100 golf balls, one from rach another judge took his of Lake Tahoe.
Many of them came to seethe Ing to keep it together he place. Thus i pamphlet issued by
States Army in the fall of store manager. Judge Brown said from his I The ,path for recovery operations -
opening of the 100th Publix recalled later the National Epilepsy League, iFr :
Supermarket by George Jen Mayor Richard Dantzler of With engines at idle, the home, "I've got an awfully bad and distributed outside the ,' 11f.oJlf\rMe was cleared by a bulldozer -

I rRif,1s: ; i ; kina who started the first Pub- Winter Haven was on hand i to roll continued and the nose cold and the doctor told me to courtroom brought cries of that' and crew which followed an

.. !:t : hit Market here 40 years ago. make Jenkins an honorary citIzen dropped. The pilot had the stay in bed. "grossest conspiracy to obstruct I am assuming the proper old logging road, then pushed

Jenkins told the crowd that of Winter Haven. control wheel back in his lap The judge said Judge J. Justice," "contempt of qualifying papers will) be filed through rocks and anow to the

1942 Yancey served most of his 50th store was opened 4% Road To Be Widened and turned full left with the Frank Wilson, another judge of court," and "trying to contaminate before the noon deadline at rash site.Relatives.

his army time In the European years ago and the wonderful Commission Chair. rudder as far in as it would a court dealing in criminal prospective jurors" from I Tallahassee today. and friends of the
But the would cases, probably would takeBrown's chief victims thronged Into Minden, aasqueGerman
Theatre of War. Florida housewife has made man Wilmer McCutcheon told go. plane not Ruby's counsel, Melvin Won't Campaign
town of 550 reslenu -
enrolled Florida progress so great that since that respond. place. Belli, Monday.and .
He at Southern
the crowd that the will
county "I will not res ion from the Incited alit mile east of
College in September, 1946, time his firm has built 50 additional !-' four-lane busy Cypress Gardens laconically"The tail's informed loose, the the pilot Disputes Delay Selection Motion Denied city commission,-and 'I will the crash site and seven miles

and was graduated in June, stores Road where the shopping center Nevertheless, the plane crew.was There was no Indication how He demanded a mistrial not campaign actively for' south of Carson City the stat.
1949. While in attendance at Wife, Children Attend I' is located, very soon. election to the House I take
managing, loosely, to hold long Judge Brown, 53, would be which was denied. capital.
Florida Southern, Yancey wasa "We hope" said Jenkins, "to Mrs. Barbara Cooper Clackof altitude while wallowing back away from the case, which today The uproar, which delayed no Issue with the incumbent." The fire station became an Information -

member of the Lambda Chi the'' be able to open the 200th store Lakeland and Cypress Gardens and forth on headings over a was still In the jury selection -questioning of jury candidates West said that his papers center; the Carson

Alpha (social) fraternity, in about 8/ years. We hope to snipped a lavendar ribbonto 20 or 30-degree range. stage .after two weeks and began when the pamphlets witha were being filed to "furtherthe alley Improvement Club became -

Pi Gamma Mu (honorary social have it right here in Winter open the store officially.Mrs. For the next 45 minutes, until two days. covering letter appeared in development of the two- a morgue and Douglas
science) fraternity, and 0 C. Smith, of Winter "
Haven where it all started a fighter plane could come A roaring dispute over a the courtroom. They had been' party system In Florida. County courthouse became
served as President of the Student Haven, had the distinction of
Mrs. Jenkins and their six alongside and survey the dam- "fact sheet on epilepsy" and given to newsmen. The medical doctor presently headquarters for recoverywsses.
Body In 1948-49, and was being the first customer in the
children, Julie, Howard, Kenneth age, the crew did not know charges of efforts to "contami Belli Insisted the pamphletswere I. serving his second .
named Honor Walk Student in
Nancy Carol and David, new grocery dare just how much tail structure nate" prospective jurors delayed meant not for newamen term on the city commission. While the bodies were carried
1949. Jenkins who from $15-
were on hand to see Jenkins a-week clerk rose a remained to keep the plane jury selection Monday.The primarily, but for prospective He served previously on the out Federal Aviation Agency
Degree Obtained receive a special award from businessman store to a millionaire credit even in its marginal/ flying total persons examinedfor jurors. Police officers said no governing body In the 1950s, and Civil Aeronautics Board investigators -

He also organized and serv the area wholesalers and from for his gave to condition. the jury goes to 150 this copies of the literature reached but resigned when he was were to examine the
continuing success "During that 45 minutes morning when elected a member of the crash scene in an to I
his 100 store hearings resume any Jury candidates. attempt
ed as the first Piesldent of a managers. his 5,200 and fellow
employes budget commission of
men's leadership fraternity The award was a giant size workers. Fisher said today, "we were Eight men and two women have, One paragraph In the pamphlet learn why the plane crashed.
which later became chartered all spring-loaded In ejection been accepted, I leaving two jurors read: "You don't have to County.
position not knowing when we be found. I His election to the budget
to worry too much about t patientin
ta as Kappa nupllr Yancey vmlHun was JJt/also Air Pollution Control would come apart" Ruby I. on trial for the Nov. a psychomotor seizure. You board was a part of a Republican Viet Cong

When the fighter plane arrived 24 of strategy coup which
Lee Os
shooting Harvey will read in novels and see In
honored named In
by being
Who's Who Among Students in Asks to look over the tail, all wald, accused assassin of Pres the movies all kinds of dramatization gave the party control of the Mauls Two I
Group Board's HelD board. The Democrats
but a stub of the vertical fin
American Colleges and Universities ident Kennedy, In Dallas. Dist. ipiced-up stories about
then abolished the board
was Bone The Hevunr horizontal
in 194849. Atty. Henry M. Wade says he ,what psychomotor epilepticsdo
Since his
graduation from that school, By RONNIE STUART "The' majority of the people tail surface that helps will demand death In the electric : murders, criminal activities the Florida subsequent Legislature.session of the Battalions I
Ledger Staff Writer move the plane up and downon for "
served who are making these allega Ruby. etc. That Is nonsense.
has three
Yancey years BARTOW A representative I the right side was badly McConkey also announcedthat the Communists were reported
as president of the Florida of the Hillsborough Air lions are not familiar with the! damaged. The left elevator Paul D. Wells Polk City to have headed toward Cam-

Southern College Alumni As Pollution Commission today: technology and methodology of was in good shape. United Fund Officials citrus executive, would file bodia.

sociation.Yancey. presented Polk County commisuoners -air pollution control, nor do we for the Group Three House U.S. helicopters could not fly

attended Stetson with four areas where, feel that they hav made seat presently held by Ben in because of a rule prohibiting
University College of Law and coy Say $90,802 CollectedAt Hill Griffin Jr., of Frostproof.
the commission can aid In air serious effort to ascertain what Two Injured
Griffin has announcedthat
obtained his law degree from already
pollution control.Dr. ,
George Washington University the State Board of Health is dong its second report meeting. companies and organizations he will be a candidate for 'From, 'at,1 On
David B. Lee director ofthe
College of Law In Washington on their behalf In this area." In Lakeland midway In the drive for $231- urging the completion of the Senate seat being vacatedby
Bureau of forie
Engineering Huffstutler told Commission.! gubernatorial candidate operation of U.S. aircraft closer
Yancey taught at Florida solicitation In time for the report
Southern College during the State Board of Health, and ers that for the first time since 000, the United Fund today reported Tuesday. The calls will be Scott Kelly. than three miles to the border.

summer session of 1949 and K. K. HuffMutler, director of. I960, "we feel that we are In'a Auto CrashTwo that a total of $90,802. made by other volunteers recruited In addition, McConkey said The killing of the U.S. captain

has taught business law at the the Polk-Hillsborough Air Polution position to set for the industry has been collected. for the purpose. that Marvin O. Vernon, Au- Increased American combat

college for the past three Commission, appeared and the Individual companies i a persons suffered minor injuries The amount, representing reports Reports of divisions as given burndale businessman, will bea deaths in Viet Nam to II].
years. before the county commission In maximum fluoride emission I In a two-car accident on from all of Its eight divisions this follows candidate for the Senate His identification was withheld -
morning art as
Yancey has also been employed response to a petition presented l limit. Hast Rose Street at its Intersecon -! is 39.3 per cent of the : I. seat _being vacated by Kelly. .
to the commission several I Government $291, 1.8 percent ,
as a District Welfare with Lake Parker Avenue campaign goal and a disap-
with the State weeks ago. yesterday. pointment to campaign officials of goal; Proressional-
of Public Welfare, which The four-point program recommended BloodhoundsNab Patrolman B R. Womble said who have been stressing the 5,725, 33 per cent; Phosphate- cibifuatttHENRY II

position he held until his appointment by Lee Included"It : Clinton Ralph McCartney of Po need for 50 per cent or more at 'and 8654, 41 per cent; Commerce
Prisoners 67,30800 48
Industry ,
as a special agent would be our very strong ono Cottages, West U. S Highway this point. cent
recommendation that the 92, suffered a whiplash Injury Campaign Chairman JerardA.
for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Polk Who
Yancey served as County Commission undertakean EscapedBARTOW of the back and his wife. Kent told the small group General Business No. 1 1- I. WAHL of 215 Second St., SE, who died

an FBI Agent In Washingtonand equitable planning and zoning Atta, suffered a nose bleed and that turned out for the report 244, 5.5 per cent General Busi- Henry J. Wahl, 83, of 516 Sunday will be held Thursday
New York City resigningthe program. While we do not The sheriff's department's a bruised left knee in the accl this morning at Morrison's thatit nes No 2 260, 52 per cent; Cdgewood Drive, died yester- afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ott-
famous bloodhoundsdid dent (Advance gifts) Women's Div afternoon at Lakeland General .
was imperative that workers day Laughlin t-uneral Home
position when it became that we will ever be ableto Chapel.
It again last night. The accident happened, Wonv -4,659, 24 per cent Select after illness
necessary for his wife to return i reduce our environmental rally to solve the problem that Hospital a The Rev. Robert B. Hamilton,
Aided by their canine depu- his aald, when McCartney Potential 2,661,, 53.
was He native of
the attendance and dollar reports was a retired pastor of First
to Florida for health rea- pollution to a point where heavy ties, Presbyterian
members of the
depart- riving a car west on East Rose The Streater III and Lake-
sons. While serving In the industrialized areas can be ment trailed reveal. Kent called also following "Excellence"and came to Church will officiate. Masonic
located door two road gang Street and collided with a car for the help of companies and "Fair Share" award win land 15 years ago from Elmhurst graveside services will be
New York office of the FBI next to agricul- Into Lake
County and driven Vernon S.
by Tyson of organizations to complete em ning organizations were announced III. He was a retiredRailway held by the Winter Haven
Yancey received a letter of lure, commerce, tourism, etc., apprehended the two a few ,220 El Camino Road which was LodgeNo.
and. ploye solicitation In time for : Transport Employe 186 at Lakeside Memorial
commendation from Director use patterns of this nature hours after escape north Lake Parker 1
traveling on
the next report, next Tuesday. Excellence, Wellman Lord Mr. Wahl was a member of the Park.
J, Edgar Hoover for outstanding should I be established and The two Identified as 27-year- Avenue
It, too, will be a coffee-break Engineering Lakeland Lodge No. 91, F&AM;
enforced. old Friends
service strongly Donald Timothy Meador McCartney was charged with may call at the Ott-
York Rite Mason
meeting at 8:13: In Morrison's.As a 32 degree
Served With lIaley 2-"It Is a philosophy of the and year-old Duane Allen failing to yield the right of way. a help toward the Fair Share: Mutual Wholesale I ICo. and a 2nd member of the Laughlin chapel tonight and tomorrow
State Board of Health, In which ashow, escaped yesterday afternoon Damage was estimated at $700 solving i ; Union Bag-Camp Paper I Medmah Shrine Temple.He between the hours of 7 ..
Yancey has also been employed I concur, that an operation of from a road gang to the car McCartney was drlvlog -I,problem" Kent described as I I"Iacklna .; Florida Tile Industries; is suvived his widow and 9 O'clOCk:
in ,
speed, he said that
as a salesman of heavy working State Road 33 I Pendarvis Chevrolet.
on about and $75
this nature (air pollution at to the car Tyson
control Wahl
I telephone: calls will be made 1 Mrs. Marie H. Lakeland;
equipment covering central one mile north of Polk 1I
) should be operated at the City was driving. Mrs Lucille MRS. LULA
I his week to volunteer workers I two daughters., L. HOR10N
Florida, including Polk County. -
lowest level of government, such .j Key West and Mrs.
He served as legislative Youth BARTOW-Mrs Lula L. Horton -
as the city or county. It would Admits Carmen Kuehlthau, Maywood
assistant to Congressman ho recommendation ; 86, of Rt. 2 Bartow. died
my that the III
James A. Haley from December yesterday in a Bartow Hospital.
1957 to Jan, 1, 1960, In serious Polk County thought Commission to give Ax Slaying Funeral services will be conducted She was a native of Waterloo
taking afternoon
over tomorrow at
Mich. and had
Washington. He h4s been actively been living in
the air
pollution control program the Thornton Memorial Home
In the Bartow since 1956, when she
engaged prac. and operate it as a Polk Of Chapel under the direction of
tice of law in Lakeland since iIWI FamilyDecatur moved here from Grass Lake.
County operation with the necessary the Lakeland Lodge No. Dl, Mich.
1960.Vancey .
January Implementation." F&AM. Friends call
may tonight
and his wife area Thursday afternoon .. She Is survived
are actIve by two
3-"We would _
certainly recommend ___ until 9 o'clock. The family requests -
members of First Meth- that your commission The slayings are believed! In lieu of flowers donations daughters Mrs George Mc-
odist Church In Lakeland to have occurred Friday. Jickle, Bartow, and Mrs. Elmo
give serious thought to assistingus be made to some charity
where Yancey has served for In adding a second floor to The elder Gambrill was custodian Huttenlocker.- G r a s a T Mk(>.

the past three years as a memo our headquarters in Winter Havms. at Enterprise elementary RITES FOR MRS. MARTIN Mich.; one sister, Mrs. Ella

ber of the Official Board. ." Funeral services for Mrs. Veisenmire. Jackson, Mich:

Yancey and his wife, the 4-"We are in serious need of Alice Viola Martin, of 2305 Jungle four grandchildren and six great

former Norma Helms of funds for continuous monitoringand 1m,' Pat,. OM St.. who died Thursday, randchildren.

Lakeland, were married In surveillance of this activity. were held yesterady at the Gentry Funeral services and burial

December 1946. They have I will mention no specific fig r Morrison Funeral Home, will be in Jackson, Mich. Whid-

two children. ures, because I am sure It could school and normally worked with the Rev. Guy Athearn, den Funeral Home is In charge
run Into hundreds of thousands I a few hours each Saturday. He pastor of the Orange Heights of local arrangements

I VOITI TICKET TO of dollars. Air pollution control failed to report last Saturday. Methodist Church, officiating.

IMPORTED' FOODS does not come cheap" When he failed to show jp yesterday Burial will be later In Lakeland -

Referring to the petition presented his superior asked tlw, Memorial Gardens. AMBULANCE

I JJlt .,, 57.,., i11M to the Commission, Lee pastor of Ga mbrill's church tc
said that "an effective program Inquire into his absence. CHARLES E. GODDARD I SERVICE

I ,All 15Sep.55I C8ITII and action have been taken The Rev. David M. McCon- WINTER HAVEN Funeral
Piwto.u ; .I ,h...
your cod,
within our present resources aughey asked a policeman to accompany services for Charles E. Goddard.tHORNTON ,I
Ivory boor ., id*
him to the house and
I Ifhl nd .
they found the bodies
after ton-

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday March 1, ItII 7

I IMC's Bonnie Plant Records Million Accident-Free Man Hours !

BARTOW Establishing an I General Manager Floyd B million.hour mark on Feb. 39 Feb: 18 when a worker frac- chemical plants and only about "Reaching the magic dumber hardship to themselves and their record was set In a 1WMI
all-time record, the Bonnie Bowen of IMC's Florida phot ind has now almost doubled the tured an ankle The minerals half that for all Industry With of one million man.hours In both families period when 521,197 man-hours
Chemical plant of International,phate operations laid all Bonnie revknis record there Bowen operations include the Noralyn this new safety record, we fully phases of our operations is very "In announcing these fine were worked without a lost-time
employes and those of the laid The last lost-time accident mine and plant south of Barlow, expect Bonnie to have an even safety performances, we give accident In the minerals opera-
Minerals & Chemical Corporatlon -minerals operations, which alsr it the phosphate chemicals com- the Achan mine and plant south more favorable comparison with gratifying, but to us the real accomplishment the principal credit to the Individual tions, a 1991.52 record of 1507 ,.,-
hal passed one million nan:recently posted a million-hour ilex occurred on Feb. 12. 1963. of Mulberry and the Prune national averages for 1963, when Is that through employes. We must, accident-free man.hoursltUI ,
hours worked without a lost- record, art being presented ape Although not surpassing the preparation plant at Mulberry. they are published and to be their own safety-consciousness however, also acknowledge''the stands, but the millionhourmark I
time accident, the company an clal Individual awards. ill-time record, the company's "The accident frequency rate the recipient of numerous national :the workers avoided injuries effective efforts of the plant has been surpassed sev
nounced today The Bonnie plant passed the minerals operation had reached at Bonnie in 1962 was well below safety awards," Bowen which can cause personal discomfort safety departments" eral times In the intervening decade I
I a 1240.310 man-hour total the national average for said. I and possible economic Bonnie's best safety Bowen said.
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Nurse Gives TestimonyIn

Swiss Murder Trial /LUJt 94BEIP

LAUSANNE Switzerland (setA -, of the time, she would suddenly 7J0JmJ1t
Swiss nurse told a murder get up about midnight and take
trial here yesterday that when, a bath." )
dying New York widow Mar. She said Mrs. Bird used to be ; Le YOUIUU 10 A Ii $LICE Of UYiOGU
jone Winifred Bird called fort given bottles of pills some of '
doctor In her hotel room. Th, them harmless fakes. Grand Prize ''
nurse said she thought It wai"just "She threw them on the floor
S one of her whims." and then crawled around throw e Door Prize Prices Good
The trial of Dr. Gerard Savoy ing them Into her mouth"-ahe
59, accused of murdering had the mentality of a little : 1W Nothing to buy You
Mrs Bird, of Matlnecock, LI, girl!," Mrs Servais testified L'v E' Need Not Be Present to
N.Y., entered its second week Savoy has claimed he prescribed Iiri
here. The wealthy, Missouri- false pills to assuage Win. I
born widow died in July 1961 Mrs. Bird's craving But Mrs ALL THIS WEEK
aged 64. Dr. Savoy Is accused Servias acknowledged that some o BIRTHDAY REFRESHMENTSBALLOONS
of giving her fatal drug doses of the pills Mrs. Bird swallowed e
Visit SkippedThe were drugs. FOR THE KIDDIES
"It' wasn't my Job to control
nurse and companion of the amount she took," she said o FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREETADMIRAL -
Mrs. Bird, Alice 59,
Servais testified
Warning Made ,. .. .. '
that on July 20, two days TJc1'-T?; ? j. ,.V>
before Mrs. Bird's death, Dr. Defense lawyer Albert Picard
Savoy did not make his usual representing Mrs. Bird's brother AdmiralfTHE
S daily visit. Previous testimony and heir Ralph Towle Ken .
Is that she had then already dall, warned her at this point :
been given the fatal drug doses hat she could be charged with lLlf (
perjury If she gave false testimony FIRST_t ,
When Mrs. Bird asked for another "
'Tired of ?
doctor, she sent for one, I up
Mrs. Servlas told the court, "but Mrs. Servais repeated she sever 2-DOOR "Sick & unable to get up?"
a knew Mrs. Bird's life was in
I was almost sure she was Just '
danger. Asked about Mrs. Bird's Then-here is the Answer!
fooling-it was a comedy.
relationship with her secretary, REF./FREEZER
Replied Judge Bertrand De self'styled Romanian Prince I -
Halter sharply: "A comedyt but Nicolas Sturdza, another defendant -'
she died two days later. Don't Mrs. Servais said "they ? g 'ooo
you think you're going a bit 14cu.ft. t (b
were devoted to each other. I
far?" ,' "If he was away he telephoned I t voLTS oPr
Mrs. Servais: "I am sorry, her every day," she o Auf. Defrost PICTUR!
air." said. "She always called him I POWER '
But she said she never knew Nicky" I refrigerator
that Mrs. Bird was gravely ill, Sturdza Is accused of stealing
even Just before her death. Jewels worth 700,000 from Mrs. o Top Freezer '"

"Although she lay In bed most Bird's safe as she lay dying.Let's I lifetime $16995.

Play BridgeBy I inner guarantee lining on ,,It' M l't'\'::',"l'
r : ,.,.,0'I',''to'\ I I

Loaded with \.oM:: I'U"t' The RANDALL T3000 Strict
I top Quality Bonded picture tub*. ft a 3'
I tten. leap
NORTHA two more clubs. The heart kingis I'IHUUILI" Alnico V speaker Ttlescoplc

AJ e4 the re-entry to his hand to I r p features ADMIRAL.. antenna back. In 3 Sculptured colors. $179.95Reg. ,
vAss3AISSS2 draw the last trump and the I '
heart ace Is the re-entry to dum: The "ELITE 16"* Portable TV
... my's diamond ace on which the J
SOUTH (D) remaining club loser Is dis 269W $19"95 PS6000 Series $14995

KS7S12 carded. I Admiral Full Function Son-R ,
Super II
V KS When the North-South biddinghas Carload Special Price : ADVENTURER
t- shown that a cross.ruff Is Remote Control P9000 S.rlPrecision ..
4.ASI42WEST Impending West should lead a i. '. 1i c..tledIorllonl..'
EAST" trump, which defeats the contract -I Changes Channels ",,,
.111 4Q' As It happens with this ADMIRAL FREEZERS $ 95 tuneri5 3'rap.ak..,. In
Us 7 VQ1042I distribution, a red suit lead Is Upright or Chest Type 179 0 Turns set off and on hu'-.ee" +o. .r.ra.M.rAwN....I 3Colo.. jL

) + KQJ7I4AQJ1II7I .also fatal to South. It is only" Starting At 0 Adjusts Volume BUILT-IN PROVISION FOR U.H.F.
KS the "automatic" lead of a club
Both sides were vulnerable.I that allows South to ruff three .j
The bidding: I clubs and return safely to his
South West North East: hand
14 Pass 4 4 Pas

S .. '.: Pass S V Pall, Silver
I V Pass 7 A Pass K-Ville HomeDamaged
Pass Pass

West led the club queen In

The Cavendish Club staged a
duplicate tournament 10 day FireFire
ago for the first time In many'Monday
years and bad no difficulty in Dollars
attracting a full house of 13 raced through a home on
tables. Although most leading Elaine Street in Kossuthville
tournament players in the met- yesterday causing heavy smoke I BEST COLOR
ropolitan area belong to the and fire damage to the home
Cavendish, the club usually ha and its contents.Robert I
promoted Internal tournaments E Gilmore, chief of, .
the Volunteer Fire Department -I FREE I I INfBIaBIB
only for special occasions such
as the Morton Rubinow Memorial said the home belonged I STEREO BUY! !
Trophy. It appears that this to J. M. Guy, who was at work

policy is being revised. when the blaze started. Guy's I _
wife was In Lakeland and his i-I-
The winners of the duplicate
two children were In school.
Mr. and Mrs with each $10 '
tournament were [
The fire was reported by a
Edward Lowenthal New York r r r e
who -
saw corning
City, who refuse to accept the from the house. The de- purchase of any small I ,, K'' ____
widely held view that married partment's fire truck and 1,000-
couples cannot play well together gallon pump truck were used appliance, we will
I Ito
They were the only pair to combat the blaze which
reach the excellent grand slam started, Gilmore said, from a
contract on the deal shown today short In the refrigerator wiring I

Gilmore estimated damage at i give you One IIF
As the Cavendish experts discovered 1.500 to the 5.000 home. The _
It Is extremely: difficult house was partially covered by
to reach a grand slam with insurance, he reported. I I'' t t ''
only U hich-card points In the I Silver Dollar ;h ; p PC .
combined hands. excellentfit '
good controls In every suit Youths Who Stole r

and the possibility of a crossruff Example: If you buy a '-.. -
give North-South a fine Autos SentencedTo
chance to make all\ the tricks. $20 Percolator, we will -

Bidding the Grand Slam State PrisonBARTOW give you 2 Silver Dollars .
The bidding In the diagram ADMIRAL
method of bidding the
shows a !
Two 17-year-old
grand slam with the aid of a Winter Haven- youths, accused, The ROXBURY Y6010A Series The SHELDON
slam convention that Is growIng of stealing two vehicles In rourday 1 M4IT1000 $
in popularity among experts. Stereophonic High Fidelity long turret lunar
f period, yesterday were
Is to use any otherwise I with,....,nee tuning' for
The idea bid to show given two-year sentences atRaiford BUY NOW with built-in FM/AMdio vivid color pieturtt' glut 3 99
meaningless Jump State Prison. I shcrp.eltar black and-: 95
a void. The Jump to four clubs Bruce Lenn Cooey, 430 Ave. 0 white TV. Front control
should be Interpreted In this nut G. SE, and Garry Allen, Lite Weight Tone Arm Ch.reo.lfln/eh B.M.opL,./.".onmetel. ONL'
way, if the convention Is being Shelton 400 7th Avenue, NE, AND SAVE! 4 Matched Speakers $15 995
used because four clubs Is virtually both pleaded guilty to stealing a1 I 0 Ploys All Records
never used as a preemptive truck on Jan. 9 and an automobile WITH ACCEPTABLE TRADE-IN
response. North's bid confirms on Jan. e.
good spade support by Criminal Court Judge Roy H.
Implication, and South makes,Amidon set the sentences of eachto
UNTIL 9:00
a void-showing bid In his turn run consecutively.
by Jumping to five diamonds I FRIDAY NIGHT
North and South each show a Students Vote
heart control by cue-bidding and
North can afford to bid seven To Do Away FREE
spades. He knows that if his
partner holds three hearts In- With FloggingETON
cluding the king a heart caa be TRADEINESTIMATES
discarded on the diamond ace. England III A
The defenders' cards have sampling of students at Eton
been slightly rearranged to Illustrate one of Britain's most
the Importance of thinking able prep schools fashion-I cDDtz4i1et
about the bidding before fewer than one In lour
making the opening lead. If young gentlemen want flogging r
West selects the unthinkingbook abolished. |
lead of the club queen! A few lashes with a cane Is
South has no trouble in making standard punishment for wrong_i

the contract. He ruffs in dum-I doers at the school!social, training and 211 S, Florida Ave. Open All Day Wednesdays Phone MU 2-5107
my, cashes the spade ace ground of Britain's
cross-ruffs two diamonds political elite. I

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I LAKEERTueodayMaFCh8.Philippines OAS Near: State
Haley Says
lV/' From World Citrus Center

I Indonesia Schedule, Malaysia Talks, Crucial Cuban Vote QualifyingTime Ends "w'eat h. er: LAKELAND, FLORIDA '

BANGKOK. Thailand (AP) -- along with talk about the shaky WASHINGTON-The Western up quite precisely to deal with

Indonesia and Malaysia stooc I cease.fire along the border be Hemisphere's position face-to- aggression from outside. Wheth TALLAHASSEE (APQual. Florida And Around The Nation
pat today on conflicting demands tween Indonesian and Malay face with Castro Communist er Cuba is inside or outside OASis ifylng for the 1964 political racesIn Temperatures In

as their representative!I sian Borneo. Cuba is one step nearer the utterly beside the point, regardless Florida ended today with Sen. STATION H. L Cincinnati .. .. ...... 57 37 New Orleans ........ 78 51

gathered in Bangkok for mother Deputy Prime Minister Tun showdown stage U S. Rep.Jamea of what political foot. Spessard Holland D-Fla., and a Miami .. .. .. .. ..... 71 71 Cleveland........... 45 36 New York..."..... 57 45
A. Haley of Sarasota dragging some OAS member nations number of other
( conference with the Philip. Abdul Razak of Malaysia salt said today in his newsletter to in this showdown congressmen Jacksonville ........ 78 67 Denver .............. 46 20 Omaha .... ......... 64 35
may engage drawing out-of
party opponents Key West ............ 78
pines on the Malaysia crisis the cease.fire must be made effective his constituents I Primary races developed for LAKELAND ........ 82 .7 Del Moines ... ...... B8 37 Philadelphia ........ 56 40 .

Indonesian Foreign MmlslciMibandrio r before the ministers take "The significant point is not "You probably noticed that dozens of lesser offices Ocala ............... 81 68 Detroit .............. 55 34 Pittsburgh "......... 52 42 t
told newsmen hi: up political problems. that the Organization of Amer- Castro gave a sweetness and Another Cabinet officer was Orlando ............. 83 67 Fairbanks .......... 9 .13 St. Louis ............ 64 49
government insists a political Second Meeting Held ican States' fact.finding committee light interview timed to be published I,scheduled to get an opponent. Pensacola .......... 70 58 Fort Worth ........., 76 47 San Francisco ...... 54 49
Seattle .............. 50 38
settlement must be discuss l I of three has concluded officially that Just as the OAS committee Former Senator Drew 3ranch of Sarasota ......... 83 68Tallahassee. Honolulu clear ,..... 83 71
Ministers the nations ... ..... 44
Cuba has been engaged In attempting released its accusation, In Winter Park said Monday he ........, 70 6B Juneau .. .. .... ...... 37 33 Washington .. 64
Thai officials .
as ... 31
with acting Montreal ... 44
to subvert govern- ......... "
71 51
You Overcome mediators are meeting for the which he soft pedaled United would qualify to oppose State Kansas City Toronto ............. 48 36
Helps In month ments in the Western Hemisphere States presence at Guantanamo Comptroller Ray Green. Atlanta .............. 52 51 Los Angeles .......... M 49
FALSE TEETH second time a to try ," Haley said murmured about paying the Boatoft .......... 54 40Charleston. Memphis ............ 61 45 BAROMETER
to agree on a basis for settle "Everyone already knew that' British something for the Shell Kynes Draws Opposition .......... 63 54 Milwaukee .......... .6Z 38MplsSt. 7 am. 30,(M
Looseness and Worry ment The of Philippines the crisis.and Indonesiawant and for the fact finders to have Oil plant he stole and, of course, Atty. Gen. James Kynes drew Chicago ............. 53 48 Paul ....... 51 24 1 p.m. Monday 30.04
No lonnr b.annoyod or' "I 11140 001.1tt0tb a summit parley of Indonesian come up with any other discovery thought highly of the Lopez primary opposition from Rep.
TAO'5Tfl.ni.Pro5ea Lr- President Sukarno would have made a Mateos suggestion which would Earl Falrcloth of Dade County.
II.II.onldl> powd.r iprtnklwloo mockery of the whole Pan of state's office
the Russians and their secretary
firmer Cherh.i I Tunku Abdul give
lour pia' Bolcla th 'n Prime Minister Idirae t t. a J
mON eomlorubU Avoid nbrTMMtitnt of American process. stooges In the UN a field dayat I land office business as thenoon
nuMd by loaw platen Oil. Rahman Malaysia "The important point Is that deadline approached ,? .w RADA t fa
FUSTMTH: .1 say drum GOU""'? ident Diosdado our expense Haley said.
-II...the Philippines andprel-I the hemisphere's position face "What will happen is extremely Many politicians who had<
to-face with Castro's Communist Important because, it seems,signed up and paid their fees to ,
Cuba, Is one step nearer the to me, there Is no way for OASto get Into the races were on handto es '
showdown stage The OAS Council avoid Its responsibility with. see whether they would draw 2 i:1r .
DO YOU TAKEVITAMINS now must consider the mat. out destroying its very reason opponents. 1.00'k

,for ter in mutual the light defense of the It Rio promptly treaty;. for existence. I Highlights Monday Includedthe wAw .b' AC

"Therefore how this Issue Is formal entry of Claude R. a
voted to do so, he said. t s
I "This consideration Is some met Is quite likely to have far Kirk of Jacksonville Into the Sen- a.

thing that some of our Latin greater historic significance to att race as a Republican oppon-
the nations on this side of the ent of Sen. Holland seeking his
neighbors would just as soon ;,..
Atlantic than other fourth term. .
any problem
not have happen. Mexico's President }
Lopez Mateos said publiclythe facing them today, because It I Races developed In the 3rd ,
other day for instance that may prove that we have a col. Congressional District as Republican I ,ar air I i7QA'f
the United Nations was a better lective action system In this Paul O'Neill of Miami filedto
AND STILL place to deal with Castro be- hemisphere that faces up to Its run against Rep. Claude Pep-

cause, he said "Cuba Is not an ultimate purpose, and functions per of Miami; In the 4th District > ]e
active member of the OAS any or that we do not have any as Republican Jay McGlon of ptatr..aa.s A .1
more." mutual defense system at all. Miami filed to run against Rep
"But the Rio treaty was let "In this decision, of course, Dante Fascell of Miami; and in ,
may well rest the future of the the 6th District as Republican eta..swa..w rttsrt c.r
western hemisphere-and of the John D. Steele of Hallandale .s.resr.t.s.s tats.aq..s was ra .

CADILLAC LIMOUSINES United States If, under our,filed' to run against Rep. Paul M11 taslr, ". I.
rodSighfteeinj leadership, OAS Is unwilling to Rogers of West Palm Beach. 101 ca v.5 r'AIM

If you take vitamins, yet' beginning to carry strengthand ; ; Tours come to grips with Castro or Those Qualifying ..., brlyd..--e-..--
if we are unwilling to go all the I e
still feel tired-you may need energy to every part of BOX TOWER way In'support of an OAS moveto Those qualifying Monday Included .
more than vitamins to restore your body! I CYPRESS GARDENS :
normal and II I stop Castro's encroachment- ,.rtl, cloudy dill with were tampiraturci wits for.ctt today for Florid. Light to modoroNlyhoovy
strength district
your Check: with doctor I Proved By M.dicoIT..t.I! I oil I then the future of democracyand I 7th Senate-Charles, by Curtis:of Bartow. rain woi ..,.et'" In the panhandle during the afternoon and .....I"g, moving wuthwird W....

energy.. He may tell you your that your I Patients diagnosed with ''I YELLOW CAB, MU 2.2122 I hemisphere freedom, and in the the whole western House of Representatives by ......,. Might war t* ,.... In the 70i .nd SOi, dropping t* the *0s *.*""ght. AP Winphire).

worn-out feeling can be due iron-deficiency frequentlywere world, will be dim Indeed." county:
irritable -- --- ----- Brevard-Herschel Mays of V/eotfiercost
to a shortage of iron. pale, nervous, -- r- -"
Vitamins alone can't build and easily tired.After patients ( Melbourne Beach, Republican
up iron-poor blood. But took: GERITOL daily, doctors Need Cash To Pay lids/ Group I.BrowsedRoger. Partly cloudy;\ skies and warm .....: \:\access
because definite clinical improvement I H. Harper of temperatures will prevail In ,'
CERITOL can! That's reported -
M[ wrn Pompano Beach Republican I Lakeland through tomorrow,
GERITOL not only contains 7 Remember, vitamins I ; -.
Group 1. Edward O'Cleary olI t weathermen said today.
vitamins but in addition, alone can't do it! But
Is The Man To See Fort Lauderdale Republican Southerly winds will blow at C
the of GERITOL with its'rich 'I I
supplies amount iron source AT Group 2. Tom Kearns of West: 10 to 18 miles an hour today; A-Partly cloudy and mild ___ ?
needed to build iron-rich red of iron, can help you regain '
Hollywood, 3. John Mc
Group 3 to 6 miles an hour tonight; and tonight. Wednesday mostly .seise
blood Just 2 GERITOL tablets, your strength and energy. Ginn of Beach
Pompano Republican
an tomor
cloudy and mild with scattered "':
or 2 tablespoons of GERITOL Check with your doctor Group 5. :..?
row. Moderate humidity was showers and e- _
liquid, contain twice the iron and if iron-poor blood is your Manatee-Robert Schultz of, predicted.The 54 thundershowers.-. .. : :
in a pound of calves' liver! problem,you should take fast- Bradenton, Republican. tonight F n
Seven times the Iron in a acting GERITOL every day. OF FLORIDA Polk-Gen West of Frostproof, maximum temperature B-C-D-Partly cloudy through E
pound of spinach! It is this Feel stronger fast-in just 7 COMPARE THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS Group 3. here yesterday was 82 degrees Wednesday; Mild with low tonight :
the minimum this
rich source of iron, that days-or your money back cASIt 2. CASH 15 CASH 11 State attorneys by circuit: morning was 65 to 70. tut
You till Month You art Month. Veu Oa Mtnthi 67 degrees and no rain fell at
makes GERITOL such an effective from the maker. Get high- r 10th-Edward Flood of Bartow. EFGHIPartly cloudy l
5600.00 saeao ssoe.7o 325 oo s13o.SS SIS the city hall weather station.
through Wednesday. Mild with g-'I'
strength-building tonic.. potency GERITOL, liquid or National committeewomen: I
5312oo shoo 3250aunts oo siooay sioConv.nnnt
low 65 70.
Democratic-Ann M. Cramerof tonight to Southerly
In only one day, GERITOL- tablets, today!
P.rh.ng West Hollywood.The Magnesia (In ancient winds 10 to 20 miles per hour.
iron is in vour bloodstream DUI to Iron deficiency CAM I. WHARTOM geography
LOANS IN 01HER AMOUNTS OR FOR 01501 "Thi MOs Whe lirir was the name of two J-K-Fair through Wednesday -
PERIODS ARE COMPARABLE United States farmer cities in Asia Minor Mild with low
ECKERD DRUG STORES 1 DAY IIIVICI gets I according tonight
I I 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3161 about 2.7 cents for the corn 1 Ina to the Encyclopaedia Britan about 70. Southeast and south er_ \ ..a..
27-cent box of cornflakes nlca. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. '

Derber Planning To Bring 500 'I

More Cubans To Florida SoonMIAMI


(AP) Former Royal promise to the Cuban people", out In International waters"
Navy Officer Harold Derber, deported Miss Cohen said "He wants to Both Nageley and Miss Cohen
I, from this country after fulfill It, and I feel sure he will' laid Derber had written the U.
ferrying 23 Cubans from Havanato Last year Derber sold 1,100 'S. Immigration Service, the Public
Key West, says he intends to passages for $25 and 150 to exIles Health Service and the State
bring In 500 more refugees this here for transportation of'Department notifying them of
month. relatives still In Cuba. However his intentions
Derber disclosed his plans In lie was able to bring In only 23
a letter from Manchester England before he ran Into legal troubles

to Jack Nageley his attorney The State Department had Pritchard
during a federal court trial warned him
repeatedly not to

Pontiac Tempest bas a new 6.that's smooth, quiet, economicaland last haired fall secretary, and his Sari pretty Cohen.red- try.bring the Cubans into this coun- Heads Burns'Drive

Nageley said Derber wrote
Dreber Can't Return
that he was going to Cuba and HereFormer

140-hp strong. But we know it won't be just right for everybody.So would refugees bring to Florida another on boatload March 16.of he Nageley would ferry said Derber his latest told boat-him

The attorney said he advised load to Kay West, but Miss Cohen Mayor Morris Pritch
Derber not to commit the unlawful Indicated they may be ard will\ be the campaign chair-
act. brought to Miami. man for the Lakeland area for

we also offer a very, very vigorous V-S.JfgBgSjft 326 cubic inches. Derber Deported of"It accommodations all depends on there what are kind on gubernatorial Burns of Jacksonville candidate Haydon

Derber, 37, was deported Jan. the boat" she said "If It can Burns the present mayor of
I !1iiU 20 after three months of complicated handle people overnight Mr. Jacksonville, announced Frit-
legal proceedings. Derber probably will bring them chard's appointment toddY.
Up to 280 hp. Modest extra cost. Miss Cohen now employed at right Into Miami. He also said that Chester Mc.
the Fontainebleau Hotel's transportation The deportation order prohibits Donald will serve as the vice
desk said Derber told Derber's return to the United: chairman of the Lakeland area,
her he had made arrangementsfor States for a year. and that Paul Gilmore will be
a boat, which la now somewhere Miss Cohen said "he won't the chairman of th finance
In the Caribbean. come here himself. Just what he committee. McDonald and Gilmore .
"Mr. Derber has made a will do I can't say He may stay are Lakeland businessmen
OPeN TONIGHT '" 'active in civic affairs.
i, Burns is scheduled to be In
To the ONE MAN in TEN Lakeland later this week for a
meeting with campaign work.
ers. He said that details of the
meeting will be announced later
Pritchard served as mayor of

ri! @ J the municipality In 1962, before
(L : .etiring from the city commission .

I year at term.the end He is of a Ins general three-

building contractor.

I O?
who does his ownINCOME Lakeland MenIn

Taav 4 ,ya c
ea at ,. ,., IrLEverybody's Miami For

Chamber MeetFive

If r.u haven't Ya .1.. I
.av.... the wondarful ad. members of the Greater
happy .."1.,.. .Is roans of Lakeland Chamber
S of Commerce
mind tint caving andsp..d
headed by state president
whan haveLOCK
a flgura your lax, Floyd Bowen, are In Miami
GaT STARTSD NOW 5 today for the national "aircade"
St's the madam, aanalbJuat .. meeting of the U.S. Chamber of
k .'1/. ..k y u Ps.ighbore. mil Commerce.
:..I ring year In addition to Bowen, Lakeland
t '. ..1"C'! tan problems t. SLOCK UP is being represented by
k r '..0', chamber manager John M. Bry- '

F .. ,. ''I }) .- w. ...,.....,...." .,.GIIUANTII'"'-'.';'. ._,. awry $55Nwa.. son, E. Burton Myers Jr.. Morris
; ... IIII.-I\ Pritchard, and Dudley P.
your authorized Pontiac dealer fora wide choice of Wide-Tracks and used x w n.k..ny .". 'h.t loot JO' cop or
See good cars, too) .: I __ win r tho N 0.1 1 .. 10".'.'", Towne.
,to ,$A ', .Ii. The "aircade" features a
,' I number of speakers highly In.
\'II1i''i 1e formed on national and International
: HIR3CJXSJI'Co.Nllio. : .
I. I affairs, and it will make
15 one-day stops in American
..', Largait Tax Sank MO Offloaa A.ru tha U. t cities
W....." 9 A.M. f* 9 P.M., J.t. sad Su... '-J. ,.. .J6-I9SI : Bryson said that about 1.300

U.S. Hwy. #92 and E. Rose St. T.I: 632-5125 Lakeland, Flo. M Mil PARKING NO APPOINTMENT NICttSARY: I'ing persons in MlamLIss4 would attend the meet.


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Catholic Womet p -Lk 1 Wiur gJwlJJ Old? I. LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, March J, 1N4 1

To See United .1


Fund Movie L i Poor Posture Can Make What a Pharmacist? !

..Tjw Wonderful World of Waistline Much ThickerBy I, Pat ......., Pk.Q.RitlitinJ I

John Runyon" a United Fund Pharmielit !

Movie. will be shown at the

Cathode Wombs Club meeting JOSEPHINE LOWMAN measurement Is Inches less Your pharmacist Is a man with a complex job; many I
. tomorrow at St. Joseph's The dictionary defines than the first.
parish tall following the Len- I "waist" as the small part of If you are overweight you things to many men Administrative routine of a bud

ten service at the church. the body between the thorax will have to count calories as nessman father confessor, civic worker corner scientist.

MM. Robert Maturek program and the hips. Would that it well as exercise. However, ', :- He faces the curiosity of his Intelligent
I t chairman, has announc. were always small I The aad special everclses will speed
customers who are about an-
ed that the film feature John truth is that many women the loss In inches where you -. esger

Runyon student at Lakeland from middle age on, carry a wish to lose most. If you are I swers to the many question about the

Day Nursery one of the tit)'. lot of extra weight through the correct weight, but out of wonder drugs they have read In news-

United Fund services their waistlines, just as ships proportion exercise will redistribute I and magailnes

The annual straw ballot carry ballasU in their middle your weight more pipers

prior to election of officers, *. attractively. Try this exercise ,' Since much of the mystery about

will be taken according to an This thickening through the for waist slimming prescriptions Is disappearing, the
announcement by Mrs. War. center which assails most men Stand with your back to the '
takes Into his
the patient
ren W, Baker, president Mr and women from middle age wall, arms sideward shoulder _ _
Baker will outline plans for 4, lii on Is the result of several factors height, palms against the wall. _ confidence by explaining some of the

the spring West Coast Deanery ] which combine to create "Walk" with the fingers of problems the patient may have whenhe

meeting, hosted by St. the middle age silhouette. your left hand as far along Is taking medicine. These are a
Raphael's Guild in St. Peters Unless we battle It, we gain the wall to the left as you can
burg. Luncheon reservations weight as the years pass. Un. while your hips are touchingthe 'few of the duties your physician ex-

for the March 12 meeting are less we exercise, our muscles wall Return to the starting Pit AmaSs peru your pharmacist to perform to-

to be nude by next Monday.The become lax. The average positIon Walk with the day, besides the routine compounding and mixing of
luncheon will be held at woman at mid life eats more fingers of your right hand as

the Outrigger Inn, St. Peters or at least as much, and is far along the wall to the rightas prescriptions.

less active physically. More you can. Hold a few mo- after six the
burg. Today, a five or year university course,
strenuous droppedand menu. Return to starting po
sports are
tomorrow Hostesses are for Mrs the meeting James no substitute exercise is sition. Do not walk down the pharmacists' role Is mainly one of consultant and he must

Wells Mrs. K. J. Cook and HAPPY ENDING to the Junior Welfare League children's theater committee version of used. wall but straight out to the have mental mastery of the alms of drugs and what they

Mrs I. M. Trembly.Rocerick the clasaic fairy tale, "The Goose Girl," l Is pictured at the last performance of the season. Poor Posture left and right. will or will not do which obviously takes more Intellectual l

Members of the cast, pictured from left, are Mrs. William M. Skipper Jr., the goose girl; Mrs. If you would like to have my skill than pouring and counting medicinal ,
make for
tested exercises waist
Edgar S. Miller Jr. (kneeling), maid; Mrs. Clyde E. Asbury prince; Mrs. James W. Miller posture can a
waistline much thicker. slimming, send a stamped. Remember then do not take this for
man granted
Burns Conrad, the boy Mn. the and J. Hardin Peterson Jr
goose ; Craig Massey, queen: Mrs nar Measure yourself while standIng self-addressed envelope with
for as one leading physician aptly put It: "If we did
Sheila rator. (Ledger photo by Perkins) as you usually do. Now your request for leaflet number .

Murphy straighten your sp'ne' pull ( to Josephine Lowman not have the pharmacist, we would )have to Invent him."

Exchange Vows Junior Welfare Playlet your abdomen In and lift your in care of The Ledger.
League rib cage. Measure again. Tomorrowl "Problems Seem YOUR PRESCRIPTIONFILLED I

Unless you are most unusual Te Grow When Health Is Below
WINTER HAVEN Mr. you will find that the second Par." WITH CARE 1
and Mn. Ernest Barnard of

Orlando have announced the Seen By 7,500 School ChildrenThis
marriage of their daughter. Pilot Club Of LakelandTo Thl imbltrn li lymbilli ef
till Indapandtnt pharmalltrwhl
Sheila Murphy to Roderick
Campbell Burns of Winter Haven year's production of The cast and understudiesfor James W. Miller, and Mrs. ll atadlcofld tl priclle*

. I son of Mrs. J. M. Burns the children's theater committee the season were as follows Robert Waters, Conrad, the Elect New Officers tin AiiMlitliii'i' rlfld iidtif

and the late Captain Burns. of the Junior Welfare : Mrs. I. Hardm Peter Goose Boy; and Mrs. Hubert irhlci. Tl the public, It

The ceremony' was performed Polk League was presented in IS son Jr. and Mrs. Mike Kelley, Brooks and Mn. Thomas Election of officers will high. Miss Edna Houghton, Mrs. Indicitn Inrigrity, auilitf)
County elementary light the business meeting of Louise Pippin and Mrs. How. cad wrvlcl.
Feb. S at Sacred .
schools to an audience of 7m narrators; Mrs. William F. Langston Falada. the talking
the Pilot Club of Lakeland at ard Reily. who attended from
Heart Church In Homestead
children including those Cowart and Mrs. William M horse.
with Monselgneur Bushey of. 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cadet the Lakeland Club. CRYSTAL PHARMACY
from the United Cerebral Palosy Background music! for the
Skipper Jr., the Goose Girl
ficiating.The ; Restaurant.The Delegates will be elected to
Clinic and the Lakeland and of
Mrs. John Verner and Mrs. production scheduling slate of officers will be attend the spring convention 1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE
reception was held at was handled by
Day Nursery.The performances presented by Mrs. .1. W. Mel of District Four to be held In
the home of Capt. and Mrs last performance of Edgar Miller Jr.. the maid; Mrs. Frank Trovillmn. Mrs.

Russell Schultz It Homestead this year's fairy tale drama Mrs. Eugene Sikora and Mrs. Glenn T. Allen Jr. was In ton, Mrs. O. G. Etherldge and Fort Lauderdale April 24 FELIX DONATELLI'SPHARMACIES
Mrs. T. M. Johns members 26.
Air Force Base. Mrs. Schultz "The Goose Girl," was presented Craig Massey. queen; Mrs. charge of art work on the through

is the bride's sister and was last week at Dixieland Clyde E. Asbury and Mrs Joe sets and Mrs. Joble Watson of the nominating committee. Citrus Tea

her matron of honor. Captain School. Peddy the prince; Mrs was technical director. Mrs. Roy S. Bell president, Appointed to represent the

Schultz gave the bride In mar- will preside and conduct the Pilot Club at the Citrus Tea LAKELAND DRUG

riage. Lee Barfield of Lakeland election and will call for to be held Saturday are: Mrs.

was best man. Let's Go To This Week nominations from the floor. Bell In the rec.lvlnaline; Mrs. 604 W MEMORIAL BLVD.
Meeting Instruction SchoolA
Mr and Mrs. Burns ,are residing Johns, Mrs. Reily and Mrs.
of the Area Schoolof
in Homestead. report Lassie Collins; receiving at the MARTIN DRUG
Instruction held In Tampa
T...,. UKILAND ceapsia M. 05055OP LA HI LOOBI 1. lOOP, S \I.... at1U4 Saturday, will be given by door; and Mrs. Melton who & ..
LAasLAse assess CLU. 'JOII. Yes US$4555 aras. ....ung W, Mala IU VUlUm nambara. will model a hat In the hat 437 CENTRAL AVENUE
Rebekah Lodge ... at Uaalau. Woman a Club at t in' at Muunlo Timpl ii2rJ h.vi.aaS.' OC WONLS We IUSA. Mrs. Bell. Mrs. Virginia Point contest. Miss Theresa Snapp
L a.Klla.C a oesaaa.ea' 19'I'TCLZ .
oboo LANILANB 'seeaaIAi. P055 COUNTO
'Tourist CLUe, T pm.taut. a, ".rchM'. lu..5.a. at 7 31 pm. al horn* BAKBACKB Mia. and ...11I...,, Mtartd of the Anchor Club will assist TUCKER DRUG
Night'Set ....... : : ,:, .
Auront 1010' asp jOl. St Rrllr" mesa BellaUr dinn dtnaar at noon at MatHolla Anna Miller the Pilot Club In distribution
,.. .. .
AKILANP sxewwes CLue. Bwtk prln U fc a. Bill BultdUu CMe .r. SINI.LASILAND
Tomorrow S Jo pm at tha C..5.5 luntauraut.drill praaloanU sill praaloa. ._ ....I.. will follow of prizes.
_O P.S T Isle Spw rorcM 334ii IHIINI CLUI. BMtl 5 30 P ... 44 'cA'sdv Mats CI.b.
A covered dish will to:... 04 (BBS). Mint Mod; DaiUPM M ma Eiki Clui' 11 mLAHILANO ': rp.rtS. Club chairman will announce
supper < ) and 1J78UI Uwlitkal Com *'H' u'l. all. PmlnUhit CNAPTI* If, paD IIITIUHOOD.
Anna Miller Circle 1291 will
be a feature of EInora Re- mand. all tt Kanrvt Cn'.s.asbaLisa .1... al JO am.. Mr<. Marr noon at borne of tin. W. M. use, M plans for the program meetIng
IOO4B >M, P4AM.raiultr Carter, InitnuUm ell palatine wlUt Trrart GardrnHLAKILANO hold I Its monthly business March 19.
bekah Lodge No. 4 "Tourist .munI.tnnlw' pm.LAKILANO Mix Corn.lla Manaaa at to .:. CHaP?,.. AmiHICAl on OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY
CHAPTU5, NATIONALLY soul W. ud poruail ala.. oil valntni AtaOCIATION lOI HITIatD P15. meeting Thursday at S p.m.in Mrs. Bell has announced a
Night" The event Is planned 'OC'ATIDN, O' tOt "NV.'CAL. ( Iron 05. 10 p.s.lmtru.tor laCharlai IONI tl A,.
tomorrow at 1:15 at the MANiiOApni, monthly manualat Holdart portrait UulruottoaIUi Crnaii, d'rn.La't"J.li iNUlatlva; the Elks' Lodge hospitalityroom. board meeting to be held tonight
pm. S p m. at FirM r cltral eomrnun MurrM ooliT.lxiro.iili; 7 jo-e jo ; w..nhotl Collaa IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE
County Day School. 933 E. III roam, oro o Pirk IIKUIUranwd ulmiiiuuaUen kulU- hourat J 'pm at 7:30 o'clock at home
parioni, II iar. :'II' and Tn'r.'J\"c\\ Alrpnri lt HP Rrirt' OP DATIf BOOK Mrs. Joseph Glangraiso will
Lemon St.Members. oldir ar invllfd.' ILMOII IIIINAM tOMI 4.aponwr LAKILAND CHAPTI, A M I I 'I. of Mrs. Reily 1425 Edgewater. LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS, DIAL MU 4-1131
MX LU 01 latMIIAl All*. lourut aovawl dtBh CAN AalOCIATION 'DR KITIHIBPtnoMI preside during the session Beach Drive. 1
are to bring .a ma Unl m at Snlval of h-1I Couaur Dar 1 vn. aimtlnt at ITT .
J at P *' Jo loj
I.T.-O: twill Laknlda .. .. .., when the nominating committee ----- ...
Orovat tuvM BalraaH- It 633 I BiMUm itI A> trnnl 014db *
are covered to) bring dish; table all attending service. ...LAKILAN0 ut..lIlh.r.A WATIt" pas CLUe Sat so.*.Brlni All non,o..r u4,,3 dink Hakakahi an* lablamill la- :'::1a'o..I'' Caiiat Iiltl"best, rapnjaalatlva it J. will present the slate of -dma: Er sa rJJJrJu: : : : : sfarnJ: :: : [=JJJErJEJatJ: : : : : : [;]

C AI. Lakalaid Hlrti avnool. "led new officers for the 196461
Visiting Reoekahs and Odd ._- THUIIDAVlAKtLANI r'
club (g I'1 :
year. Mrs. F, C. ParkerIs
fellow. are invited. LION CLUI at II II G
Religious Groups' Calendar 9 ai at Thf Carit't' IW..au..L chairman of the committee .
After supper, a meetingwill LAKILAN* ART OOILO.irniM assisted by Mrs. Kelly Glover, G
be called to order at 8 n -I e'.1..m Mrs. Cas Osklerko. Mrs. EJ ., IJ

noble o'clock grand.by Mrs. Gladys Reed, APOsTOLIC TODAY IIILI sCHOOL I3HIt fiatT CNP.IITIAN'rHURlDA"' atwlr bubeir.44LuiMINT5e t.."....., .Item"..110'7 aim M-l;'MionijI 30 p n. at Tl- Frank.Glglia and Mrs Robert EJ IJ

alimorlal. Slid, .. unlit CHUM at HIYTIP.IAN, LAD5LrdO CLUe W. Jacobs a
Caru GIJ
Inquiries may be directedto lO".u..ITY IHH' CLASS. 1'31p pouts abolr I *UI raliaan* at 3 II tue 'aol.ill'KaH1a4! aaaillaVai sAd
frIend .,
p m. at enun'hi anarch latorniatlon D
Mrs. Reed at MU 2-4754 LSDhDDSI5S Mn UalUa Millar'
clam inMla from T to S pm.; aanotuary : 30 a'm' for anal arllf" llr BsMa.iJi'hUJM '
., ::
d ; Newcomers Club
from > a.m. until 5 p.m.OQA4Duzt4. 'cHiniVLUTHIItAW. adult Inlor.maiMm choir erheir.oli S 7 JO a
iMtura atrlia tt 1JO >.m. atVr CHIIIT 4.UTHIHAH, Soy fivPUtT TIr.l: : ';):tL .. I 'j
.. P..TRC"V.
u.s. es1u*t It ::30. ..... O. aL.. LO... 12... In _
Has New MemberMrs. Ela Messy
W..N..Y" ..
APOITOLIO eS5L5 aeNOOL. 1321 '.A" :. 1Elu "" 10i
t. Manorial Blvd. tlahl .Iu_ at rmir CHRIITIAN trout TTM ///4'/il
7 O2ett.t'7Iu pm rtitrnflw.syMlpdaTss Margaret Arnold was
JMIIITIAM IN' PHIIIVTIIIIAN, M, nwttlni al S a>m. O4 Klta Lodia
IUIINMI I toultt. aominiiiiwanl lla maata from fco.pll.llty. room. Haw clfUari wulaa Introduced as a new memberat Ela
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Don COMMlTTIt, Boon M Cratt Jtaatall"r'lMT its U 4 ..HII. .. IsassisT adaealloaalUlldlM nomln t it
OHIO CLUI, the Newcomers Club meet. : WEATHERB
noon at Uainolla
Rae of New Canaan Conn, pssasyyssAeilbi paator I iulldlnc. .. .. 3ED
LUT".N. see- Cl'"lo Cantar Brl. M .
ttudr at 130 p m. u ahaiwiiaaulon ,. -'4 dun and Urjl. ing. Mrs. R. Gatman, pre.l.dent
ar aarrlra Oollaa
will be guests this week of al aldart, and diagonal ...... 5 st nse haul L.u1os4ZIaa.otsy
All Obloaai
I at I 30 m In rnpacllvt roomi hTrut. dlfodsll-led. irs55TISSDY5ACN5SS Introduced Mrs. Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Earl High, 1531 IHIIIT ,LUTHiiAii' totari. M- PASTS POOL CuetaTlAN ..me.eeiI ...... Card winners were as follows ElEl I aa
Rae is .mhl" > '> ,, III at tlio CaditIOUTHLANO
Fern Place. Mrs. Mra.Hllh' ,. !> "LUTMIAN. La.Ias'M.'ku iS I 35 p m M Polk:I'SdSTSIsemmuolt
tOVOJSS'aiaaon'l" 154 Mrs. L. E. Steuerwald
ouiata :
aunt. Mr. Rae Is a jet ** rosa. ,. q.t\::: a
| UllUl MnVilTWNSTI > .....-. VodSie ... Mrs. P. A. Mitchell, Mrs. ElEl
pilot for Trans World Air .." rHi IntitedVAILWAV .
PtlllVTSKIAN, LADla AUXILIAR. cease o, James K. Hill and Mrs. R. S. aa
lines. "plritual Sill and pram trtnip BIMUat Junior Music'Festival CONIU4TOII ANBIAKIMIN.
UnIro Pearce. bridge and Mrs.
t 30 a m In onaal narlori mtatlm it S '.01. it ;
DU ? la toclal lull al ttpm ....,1. do5ANSILAND
Valentino and
Michael Mrs.
of addf.llfir.il bullainlmiT Is 51555i11 LOSe,.
/JiA1ltL tl: board matla, at. Ni.ID".m. .I.sitsLISPS :.-. 47 Club, Maths bUI...5 tonnmnlLf I pm al aulldlni Couniry. Ben W. Crume, canasta. m dry clothes g

t (atdthchnitS000pF"141'5Xi Moved HereAll 'Menban ara bay1 to orilalaa toe Chairman for the March 13 nw
brlna 'rriLl
meeting will be Mrs. William
TIAVILim *- ElEl

LAKEIAND GENERAL SigmasTo events of the Bay Ridge '4"pm""."AJf"---if-13'some:'l Bickford. Past presidents will electrically m
be honored.
HOSPITALMr. At Junior Music Festival will be "ViLofcLUS er LAMILA NI. e.s-
Meet .
and Mrs. George L held Saturday In Lakeland at ::t.I...ettou..."o\lB slatId."say PM .S bus

Hutson. 732 Candyce, daughter Home the Tuesday Music Cub 421* FOOT CARE m a

Feb. 28. Hyden E. Park St.. Instead of In Au- LOYAL omil or uootl S pm. Both you and your feet will a
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Col. It Hoeu LiNlia, Hut Uaa fari.rVwfANie be happier if you treat the
burndale as previously planned 1 a
XI Sigma chapter of Beta CLUB 11 tS ... tootsies to a good foot bath
bert, C-4 Lincoln Court, son, .. ,,, ItUllTl'LANO
Sigma Phi sorority will meet day After soaking in ja
Feb. 28. AIT OUILB all palnUIni every ElE
Ruth B. Lockmiller
tonight at S o'clock at the Mrs. cla, .i. I JO a m.. Mra Wlnllrad warm water smooth calluses a
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Orton, chairman of the festival which lot 551 lni home of Mrs. John H. Hyden, and drawint .bios forbnlnnlnt -
palnvlni with a well-soaped pumice EJm
Feb. 28. -
Bowling Green son Is sponsored by the Florida .,ned iludrnla lam.
537 W. Pablo. LAKILAND IUMMI CLUB dIscs stone. Do not cut calluses.
Mr. and Mn. Kenneth D. ;: a
Beckum, 204 Crevasse, daughter. Mrs. Charles Greene will that Federation the change of Music of Clubs plans said was from u. Cl'ia I K 11 C.p..m..,.at*Hainolla Miiuolo BJlloln BtodOAUOH'T'llll Long neglected calluses call

the nominating commit. for special attentlo. Try
Feb. 28. give due unforeseen 0 UNION VSTII.AN
Mrs. Joe Sklllmani necesssry !. CIVIL WAI1 Swiss. INC massaging them with a salad EJEl
Mr. and Mrs. Hewey L. tee report MANY TO DO LINCOLN TINT S OFLAKILAMD.
Clark. 1031 W. 12th St.. son will present a work sheet for events. .. ,M m.. Ott I* .koMimant Caator.lLaCTA ofMiinolla oll-and-soap pasta before using Even when weather is at Its worst-cold, windy, wet-you can dry

Feb. 21. the rummage sale March 13- of Mra Anita. S3>alt PH.., 110 at So."AN Htlkoma the pumice. Bad calluses ElEl loads of clothes Inside the comfort of your own home with a marvelous

Mr. and Mri. Floyd L. Davis, 14.The Couples Club ;?? :.'...eorr CHAPTI. of may daily take attention two or three before weens they : electric clothes dryer.
Auburndale daughter Feb. program "Eastern Europe UNITIB BAUaMTBUB Of CONMB-
," taken from the program Supper MeetIs :::ACV,' l.:5r': : 0' at aaoaMIOHIOAN disappear. One controlled, I: With an electric clothes dryer, you eliminate the wearisome lugging I:

21.Mr.. and. Mrs. Willie Scott. book "The Grand Tour" ThursdayLAKE soUl il-Id PICMIO.Cl.u> Cnlar Boon al Brlniroiand Mai- get rid such of sources loose of Irritation of baskets of wet clothes stretching to hang out and take down
dnhTUbia and iilai.rrotraai ai stockings
105 Washington Park son, will be given by Mrs. Fred aanlct
March 1. ALFRED A covered plonnad and ni-ftttlng shoes.WEDNESDAY ElQ clothes from the clothesline.

Mr. and Mn. Hamilton Lair Moore.Mrs. dish supper win be held 555550 saysapec 551 e55D. .pelmirY I NIGHttLIARN And you odd the special benefits of an electric clothes dryer-clothes
'30 for the let Is pIt
Thursday at : p.m. ins 1A0We
WINTER Plant City,HAVEN son. March HOSPITALMr. 1. Lafferty, recently organized Couples eobr sod a.It..lmr oIl,' it S sod JO \'n:: : McWlnhlr'd WI r; D come out soft, fresh, better than sunshine-d, ned. Your electric clotKes Q;
and Mrs. Robert H. Wed Club of Lake Alfred First elau Lt': : to S p ,1t' Nrc0mmli. dryer is safe, and automatic.
Dennis Q
Mr. Presbyterian Church. The supper a uulruotor: all a'VHIOIOPHICAL Lod. ElEl
Holden Lake Alfred son Feb. and variety night function ': ; oeisTV tilam H: See your electric dealer about an electric clothes dryer- another

21.Mr.. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mrs. Evelyn Frinces Laf will be held at the church brnUd, at,mar Mil W'ktr attend Bt.maatlui Thaw and'In; n way to live better, electricqlly a

Johnson Auburndale son, ferty and Ernest B. Dennis with Mr. and Mrs Rodger '' 4.L'rgaesoa cuis 0, I IIn. El
: .
In Wau- a 4. mOms.
Feb. 21. were married Friday Barron and Mr. and Mrs. T. .. : :m. at homo of Mrt, WHf THI"HOUINr El

Mr. and Mrs. Murray F.Gay chula in a ceremony perform- A. Wheaton In charge of the IIfrT..rl. ...rN'TO.l POt.isasde,. us. Wilt AFffCT YOUR LlfllWED. 0E $20.00 INSTALLATION ALLOWANCE
Maddox, county .....
ed by Clyde social event.Memben 50.14 it JO 51 Uill 5coni I IlIou.
Jr., 120 Hawthorne Road .. on Park.... I IU.IL.ND
SE, daughter Feb. 22. judge. are to take table CMA"'. 'M. .. MARCH 4litJP.M DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH Ela
The bride Is the daughterof and covered dish. WI 05550..OCIATION. 0' PsytaSO.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Strick service a C'W'L aM LO"'S. .. 4Ib dli ,
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Cro- .,.>r, al noon In 'bawmant of MMolia D Now It lbs time to buy and in/oy tha eonviniinci of a new ElectrIc, Clothes Dryir
luliaiiM Cl'la Cuur lollowadr *
land Haines City, daughter WTVT Chiinn.ll
Feb. 22. mien of Lakeland. Mr. Dennis t, .P.d.mnICtm55eVVIccrnPTAUI" nauloB at 1 m All rairad D Thl City, of Lakeland will pay you $20.00 Installation allowance If you purchoM a

Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Anglm. Is the IOn of the late Mr. and Bridge Tourney .m.. ...." '0' m.m..hl".______ U your ilictrle dryer during Ihi month of March Silict the electric dryer of your
Halnea Feb. 23. Mrs. R. T. Dennis. Hostesses Told chalet, your oppllanci dealer will und ui a citificote, of tali. Our Hexni Ecooomiit
City, son will live at 2619N. E: a
Mr. and Mrs. Zonie Weath- The couple REBUILDS MATTRESl will call at your ham ta givs you many helpful hints on your tnw Worfc-Savir. Wi
Florida Ave. E will tfun malt InttaMatJon allowance check. Sn Apclianc Dealer this El
erford 639 Ave. P, SW, daughter. The seventh session of the your your

Feb. 23. women's bridge tournament E Month and LIve Btttir, Electrically' I IOffer El

Mr. and Mrs. James Cros ConnoisseursMeet sponsored by St. Joseph's '. E if a
( she
: aa4l I Is my sees nrvia1 ky Dtp
West Lake Howard Drive, Mothers' Club will be held tonight WI CAN RIMAKI YOUR OLD MAT.
by. Tomorrow E a:
TRISS TO II AS GOOD AS NIW 11oc.,1o b Watir Utlllllii, City if La.tlana1.
son. Feb. 23. at I o'clock.Hostesses r : AT A MACTION OP THI ORIGINAL I B a
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Dorr. Connoisseur group of the this month for the I 44 RICl., E

503 W. Lake Summit. son, Antiques Collector Club accumulative-scoring tourneywill I # DEPARTMENT OF

Feb. 23. meets tomorrow at 10 '..m..t be Mrs N. Diehm, Mrs. I Wi Sid '...* Rutotr lids5! I, EH ElEl

Mr. and Mrs. John Marino, the home of Mrs. T R. H. Abercromble Mrs. R. I ".""ONI sad WYNN RUT la* Electric & Water Utilities

613 Mirror Terr.. N W, daughter Tucker Jr. 1434 filrhavenDrive. Helnlck, Mrs. James Doyle L;: _ ""' *'*'. 'Pus **' *"* t.e.",.. I m ElD

Feb. 25. Mrs. Warren Willis Mrs. Billie tanning, Mrs. CITY OF LAKELAND
F.N.I. a M.IASY TERMS EI El1j1It1:
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin W. Sas-- will be co-hostess Mary Snow. Mrs. Joseph New.

nett. Lake Alfred, daughter, Mn. Allen T. Cole will present tnyer. Mrs. J. McGuIre Mrs.T [:J aEl'ECr

I Feb. 23. a program on 19th century Burry Mrs. Charles T. WYNN MATTRESS

Mr. and Mn. John N. Simpson furniture after the business Chapman. Miss Betty BnU
Frostproof daughter, session conducted by lenger and Mrs. Milton David 1427 New Auburndale Kwy. MU 3-4932 II IC1'/J'. .4iestlJuqlor

Feb. 25. Mrs. Ervin P. Ray son. I -



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I Dickinson Holds LeadIn Red China
Tuesday March J, 1N4 ,,,f tin "",.Ih 'i nf lOt \"WI, 01[ Boy Attempts
r s,", II',II K, J'owneHp 2<,I inr deecrlbeit folIo I .
.. ..AL( ADVIOTIIIMENT II"i !L', at po Wllhioo .1 err 12?. nl: 1
; "ulh' llMiigi4, I'':ant. Begin at HIP xouthweot rnrne, 134 ,tehlry "I..t DonationsTALLAHASSEE Call
IN TNt clllc fcotiTo, t.iilt ..lIhl" 40 t..t or tho our of the SBU: of HIM lion 5. Town. Jncbentoo bite, 810,1. ida. Long Jump; Campaign
THI TINTM JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT. I.( lIla nf mate Road 8-17.AHeillon shIp 111 South, Range 24 Nest, ., Lola Hurt Henry r5f"1 *", 11:
IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY ., 157110.AUtO..han, a point 1114 HO fret Weal of tho I 117T rimm.r BUD ....R., SMIDrlv.
FLORIDA. part of IIoutttt corner I the SW* 0the .. N'Atl.nta. In FallNEW (AP)-Former .. Sen. John Matthews of Jacksonville For ConferenceTOKYO
LAW NO. !MM-n-IM" NW14 of NB* of Section 4, maId Sitlon I, ru (leorflaCh.rl.
AttiONiD. TO juoaa LOVI Townahlp II South, Range 14 Beet, n\h: I'll1 West UIOO: : .. B. E.iI. JVff11 Sea. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson: reported collecting $10,.
IMININT DOMAINPOCEIDINOS LBBH the Weet lit fiat of the beet to UM Norther boundary ..f Thelma C italic.: BRO it .5. lloSM continued to lead the Governor week for a total of $73-
Mouth Ill feet thereof. ALSO LEWS cold Section I at a point 1646,I fee Baalim Drlv YORK (AP) Police 1 915 last (AP) Red China
I'HI.K' rnuNTr a polItical tho North 600 feet thereof, Kaaterly of the Northweat corn* Florida candidate Monday In total contribution has
Lakeland, He said he spent $49 -
>. ,,lidlvlnlon I of ti. Btaleu Lying within II feet of cold cur of Said SectIon I. Maynartt B. O, Gory Parrel *1 say a 15-year-old Bronx boy apparently to hi. campilgn with 707 cam out Sunday for Cambodia'scall

'"i Hoi-Ida. ) \ey :line saId aurvey lln. heloid'ocrlhed lIEN mlatlnc right of way Nltabeth C. Cory ORb #11-R, 110 tried to leap IS feet:I $155.488 10 far, 695. I' for an International conference
a. follow.Begin : Containing 0.01 acre, more Dr Roots 1, Bun H*
\' ) at the Honlrweit corner I..., !colt Lake Rood between the roofs of two build Dickinson said In his weekly Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla to guarantee its neutrali ,
i Utt. LANUKR, el al, ) of the BK14 of Section I, Tow,- Owner: i'. .o. Pun II I and MoreNatO Lakeland, World collecting $5,529
PRMCNDANTIINOTICI I ahln 2. Houth Range 14 Beet at a Poppell, hi.I wife.! Home H. Jonee Pared f Ing. and plunged five stories to I. report to the Secretary of State County reported ty. But It did not mention chief
OF .MULI. NISI point 1314, 0 f..et Watt of th. OAMCIIL II SRO 118, 116 Blliabelh A Jonei SRDJflT-H that he collected $20,235 last last week for a total of 47213.
NOTICE OF. CMINSNT DOMAIN Houtneaat corner of th* 9WH of RIGHT OF WAVThat P. O. Box Oil ItS his death. He said he has spent $36,043. of state Prince Norodom Siha
FROCSSDINOSl" the SKH of emil Hectlon I, nip ofTh. Monti Laka blond week. Ha laid ha spent $99,931 nouk's threat to sign a military
IN THC NAMK AND SV 'THUAuTHO2ITY -'erne North ('!$' Want IWO.01 feelto /3. 66 feet of the North lAkalanil Florida I An open tube of airplane glue, so far on hi. campaign. Mayor Robert King High of .
.. 0" THI STATEOP the Northerly boundary of mid Ye of Cod pact with Peking if the parley
i the NWU of the 8EK 'olk Federal gavParcel 5', 11 which has a narcotic effect when .
FLOMIDAlII .. Hectlon I at a point 1641,' feet the Houtb H of thc 8W4 of the 110E1 and Loan BRO tT-R.. lot Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Miami reported collecting $12 is not convened by the end of
I AU WHOM IT MAY CON- Kaaterly of the Northw.it corn, "BU of gut Townehlp III Amoclatlon of Lakeland 7041,100 sniffed, was found on the roof 070 last week for a total of $26.
.nll' 1S6t last
i I'RAnd to all peraone amimrtltH of saId Section .. twill, Range 14 !: 124 Month, FlorIda Av.nu. from which Michael Vance apparently reported collecting S3 May. _ _
having or clalmlni amilHhl boson eiilatliig right ot way Lying within' 06 feet of the Survey Lakeland, Florida week for a total of $124,279. He 476. He said he spent $10
title, Intereet sonata, rnorti. Containing 041 acre more or Un. of State Road 8-17-A, Marvin Pipkin Faroe *10 Jumped, police reported. said
i. "r other Urn to or on thon I.I ... Section 1S70, .Id Survey Lln bang Rout 1, Box Ml-A BftD #40-R Hi. body was discovered he baa spent $88,302. 659.Rep.
i lain pal'<'.l. of land hereInafter Owner: Charlea B. Kell. and deaorlbed u follow.I : colt Lak Road Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack'sonvilte Charles Holley of Pinel-
,1, lined and the rollo..lnl boo' Thelma C Kella, hi. wifeHuhject Begin at th Boulhwe.1 cornerof Lakeland. Florida Sunday atop a store betweentwo
i together with all unknown to: Morlgaa In favor the I, TownahlpI Hubert B Hnlntu, Jr. "" ...1 #11 tenements near his home. laid he collected $17,055 las County, a Republican reported
I"i 'iHiniH rlalmlnit by through or of Mavnard B O Cory and Elizabeth PC I South, 'A.raWI Kaat at a point i-ranoee H. Holnwa IRD *78-R. last week for a total of 192,348. collecting $169 last week
"don known persona who are ('. Cory hla nlfe. I 114.10 feat Went nf the BoiithMatmrner < 114Scott
bOos HIT 100 said he
'I I, ltd, or who are not known to ... .PARCEL SRD J7.R, 101 of the BWtt of the IIP14 Lake Road Sixty million of the United He said he spent $17,73210 far. for a total of $3,580. He
bolt or OIloe RIGHT Of WAY 'if Mid Section I, run thenc North Lakeland, Florida has spent 2841.
sECTION 11100.50.7.10 Th. Weet 40 feet of th* Wret Ye I II 0811' West 6810,0! feet to tIe North Anne W Roux Parael #11 State's 300 million harvested Ken Folks of Orlando, a Republican llNi!
DUCBIFTIONIFARCIL of Ihe NW% of the NEU of Seo. irly boundary of acid Section 'I Ml Macjr Street RRD #7t.R, 114 acres produce for export.
I SRO t-! lion I 7, Townahlp IC South, fledge it a point 2645 I feet Eaaterly ofhe Went Palm Bea<'h, FlorIda Florida State reported no collections 1 IfARti WHY
.NIQHT. OF. WAV 24 Real aleo deacrlbed ae Lot. 4 Northweat corner of call Sec Nan f Vanwa.enen Parrel #18 AOV..TIIIMINTCourthou. week leaving his total at I
1.101. last
rha FAct 40 fret of the follow nod IS nf W. F, Hallam and Com Ion ILRHfl. 2429 Kye Street, NW BHD .M ,
"i' d rrlhed property: ,.in)"'i Club Colony Tract of I.ke- exlatlng' right of way WaehlnRlon, D. C. .eRartow Slates $2,100. He said ha has spent
iWln nt the 8H corner of the'iW6 land Highland, .. per plat thereof Containing, Oil acre, mor or"wner T. J. Ponpell Parael #14 Florida Popular
4 of bedim 7. Townehlp 26 recorded In Plat Book t-C page I. Nora Hart l'opp.1I 8RD10 ..BPnppell The First" National Parcel #19 1997.
'ith. Hand 24 Noel run thence 103-A. Public Record of Polk: Harvey T. Hall, Jr and DriveL.abelond Rank or Chltico. BaD #II.R H. B. Foster of Fort Myers
\\',..t tOO feet alongtha mld-aec County Florida being tat part of Jeannett W Hull hla wlf. }Hlshlend Truetea Student Circus Beach a Republican, said In his
i ,n, Urn'. them Northerly 146f Mid property. Subject to Mor".... In favor FlorIda .arhorn, Monroe and Clark ,
i I. Ihmce Kuiterly tDO feet, Lying within 40 feet of the .urey of Klret Federal ,...In.. and Loan ::'yn'r.! Hall I Jr ) Parcel Sit mreelahl first report that he collected Cn rin.nl
.h."nc,' Southerly 148 feel to the \ line of Slate Road 8-17-A Section Aaeoclatlon of Lakeland Jeannelte W Hall ) SRD #115, <.ago on, IHInolR $1,350 and spent 1250.
"ii'ilni of healnnlngRelnx 1070.lOOMS .PARCEL.. II SRD 111, 120 '/0 C. II. SmIth 116 NOTICE Of. .MULI. NISI (Langer) TALLAHASSEE (AP- Florida
that part of aald, properly enletlng right of coy O.'NAGI.. IAMINT P, O. Bnx 20M TAKE NOTICE that a Derlara- State Its
1 hfni within 40 feet of the Survey Containing 071 acre, mora er .RIGHT. sTATION 148+0t.7. Scott L.k. Roadkel :Inn of Taklnc ha. been filed In University stages
'Lin of Hit H-IT-A. Section 1(70 Th.t part nf: I.nd. Florid t l'iaioove. / rauaa, by the popular student circus for parents .
I.KMS ,'"I.l tln. rlRhta of way leaeALHO that part of ehnve He Begin .t the Northweat corner Klrne Federal BavParrel #He Petitioner the arqulrlnit authority at the annual family week. SENIOR DRIVERS
i-ntalnlni 0.48 a<'r.. more or I..., I.rlbed properly lying within the of the NKI4 of th* NE"4 of the and I-oan IIRDIII.Ue or< these proceeding, of the tak- ,
toner' Dd.ll Bader aa Ptrciotmix 1 following mete and bound. de- NW"4 of .aid Hectlon II TownahlpII uoilallnn. of Lakeland ml of the above deecrllied landa, end beginning Friday
,,i ihe Kalate of Albert BaderFARC'IL 1 1I. acrlpllona to.witCommencing : Sooth, Rang 14 Cunt run Imuege and Tenneeee* Avenueakeland nr I ha purpoe. let forth In the (NO ASS LIUfTICOMPAREI
,I .t the Northweatcorner hence: Rant loll feet thence South FlnrldH 'etltlon In thin caue*. via: A. Performer will play to Tallahassee
'' o 4.2. 11121 of NIC"4 nf Section' 7. TownNblp II feet! Ihence Welt 100 feet; Klo.nle flokln Moor Parcel #10 ,laht of way and water drainage audiences Wednesdayand
lOuT OF WAY : l> South, Rang. 14 Kant ata hence North ill feet lo the point Michael, H: Moore IIRD* \18, no for a portion of 8R 5.17.(04o'ott If vwr aura Hiblliry b ta Anita1 tIck flaa aaty U.MM .
flu. Wsnt4OfrotDftttnWo.t',1. I point 1324.DO feet Weal of the 0' beginning Rout. I, Ron 134 Lake Road). Polk County Florida, continue through Saturday. *f yaw ... If ynr kMlrk mil drhl*. r*.*re1 _
of tN BW14 of the XK't of 8eo. Northeaat corner of the NW\4\ of Lying. within 15 feet each SI,?. of Scott Luke Road and that on. of the Judaea of the A highlight Is the triple somersault geed COMPAII wka vas bees cod win yes aag kviamlV .
lIon 7, Townehlp 2. South. Rents ;the NIC'4 of Mid Section T; run a Drainage Eaaement Center Line Lakeland, FlorK Circuit Court In the Tenth JuIclal ky nklif YOU OWN MINT tn geo yw ..,. p.H" J4 ':"al. ale o dewrlbed aa 1.01. I thenc South I9'l$' East 40.01 feet on 8R B-37-A SortIe 16700: Mid IT. 8 DepartmeAgrlcultura ,' of Parcel#18 Circuit of Florida. will 01he of aerialIst Adrian Ca-
ill and ID, of W. 11'. Hallam aodotopotoy'el.'lHbC'nlottYTriCt I to the point of beginning; thence Center Lln. beIng deecrlbed a. BRD SIlO. ElI 13th day of March, A. D, 1964, tarot of Sarasota and Larry '"" 'a .
,, of continue Houlb SK'39' Noel 7618eet follow.! Farmera Home Administration at 1:00 o'clock In the afternoon ASSIGNED RISK OUR POLICY
..Ian" HI.hland.. &Dcordlnl to, ,' : thenc South OW Weet 44.I .40 commence on the rvortn "nun North BroadwayBartow 1. $10.000 ld> 1.1.| ., pee !. 125.000 ....*.. par
;; iii j.r-.ord.d; ; In Plat BookI ..
I.IHI I feet; thence North MW W. cry ot Section II, Township 18 Florida berg at Lakeland Florida, eonaldt.Id .
I r PHI* 101-A, puhllo records offnlk 49 (I feet; thence South 4447': Mouth, Range 14 Kant at .a point W. A. Pipkin Parcel SI 17c .. Declaration of Taking, appoint ,*....; $20,000 pr a*. xgemaea aaallei N
County FlorIda, being thit Weal II14 feet; thence North 00I 47 feet East of the Northweatcorner /.. W. Ray Fortni 8RD #121 .ipralner and make euch order .. claWati" S.OOO PrwaeftyDamao bark ..ellrf lalary| w.*lPrprty
part of paid property lying within 0'34' Watt Item feet to the point of the NEU of the NW* P. O. Box 326 the Court deema proper. All p.r. Flight Daw***
in feet of th. eurvey line of BR of, beginning' of mid Section II. Mid point being Lakeland Florida lea to the lull and all partial In- 1 St...-..*.) gt 'LUS. 1. Standard Cast NO I
8.17-A, Heollon H70. LEH8 eiletlng right ot way on a curve concave to the Southeaaterty U. K. Cuatrert Parcel #11 ereated may appear and b. heardt
:IIS Minting rl.Ma of way. 001 acre more er radlu of 6716 MINIMUM OP 1% SUI. SUKCHARftlt.
I. Containing having a Linda Cuatred IRD 5127, UI the time and place dealxnated To I
containing 071 acr, mora or lee i.NEW I.... feet! thence from a Tangent BearIng HOI Cheater Drive You and each of you, are h..... Europe CHAXttl.I HI.... Limits H 1300.- ,
At.tlOThot : Owner: Horace H. Jones and of South 4710'tl" West run Lakeland Florida b y commanded to appear by flllnin HlqWf LlnirH. ...n..... 000 available. II naaa '
part elI Ellnbeth A. Jone., hi. wife. Houthwesterly along cold, curve Th* Fleet National Parcel #19 anawer to the Petition hereto- of Florida Southern *.ly at hIgh. .......... '
'the W..t N or the IIWI4 .f th.I Subject to Mortgage In law' 1 2> feet through an angle of 00*.: Bank of Tampa, 8RD #18-8 'ore filed In thla cauna In the en- I wwriMr afcl Saalar :'**
0' S.ctlon 7, Townahlp lHouth if Polk Federal HavInn and Loan 11'.." to begin Pralnage Kaae Tru.t... a. Buocea.or-Trii.te titled Court on or before the Hat College and others who may be mi rT" III Sums aa"
Range.14.Kaet.. .",0 nI.mribrd Aanocliitlon of Lakeland.PARCEL meet Center Line, run thence under the will of Andrew J. ay of March, 19(4 to ahow what Interested in chartered flight poaf 4. Caenarataaalv. cod Clio
a aa Lotte 20 and It, ofF W. 10 SRD 40-R South lt'17'24" End 160 feet to Prultt deceaaed rlaht. title Int....., or llena your a 4, Caipraeailv. .** Cel.
Hall m and Company. Club. RIOHT Of. WAY end mid DraInage Eaasment C.n 411 Franklin street any of you have I In and to any to: Europe this summer are Invited Mil.* mallobl. *ahf I la lIaise _II..... .t r.takar .

Colony Tract of Lakeland HIgtbode That part of: t.r Lln.. Tampa Florida elf the above deacrlbad landa. and to write or call the col- atker _,.., e ... staaelord. rate Ill
according to plat th..r.ol The NEI4 of 8WU LESS THE LEHS .xlatlng right of way.Containing Ada May Prultt Parcel *19 how caua why the lame should 5' eespesy
recorded In Plat Book 1-C poi Kant 100 feet of the North 800 feet ; 170 square feet, more widow' 8RDX1I-R not be, taken for the u... and pur- ege's alumni offlce- 84-tM7. ally at klaa. unbeO..d.
inl'A Public Record of Polk hereof of Section II. TownaHp I I> or 131 Mouth Mle.la.lnpl Avenue po... set forth In the Petition The for students ard eWes 1. SI.000 Medl al Farxaapla -
County, Klorlda, South, Range 24 Eaet lying with. Ownir: Flnsule Pipkin Moore lakeland Florida tied herein flight, primarily ( MedICal' 'ev-tItI... Icaisded. II _
LyIng within 40 feet of an In. In 40 feet ot th* aurvey :701: md Michael H. Moor, her busSubject Barbara Oerlrude Parcel #1* WITNESS my hand and thla aealf is being organized by vallabl at aey prim. .*..

t.ree<.tlon right of way Section..urvelint. Hlate Road 8-17-A, Bectlon band. Baltlunrl BRD#IIRronn..rly mId Court on thla 17th day ofFebruary. Douglas T, Holder of the col. (. '.wl.. s.d. Ubr. Se. ., Tawigej aw4 Lafcaf ...
on Hint Road 8 I7.A meN eurvey lIne being deacrlbed aa to: Mortgage In favor ( Barbara Gertrude A. D, 1984. .
U7M, a.ld l eurvey lln. being dt followli: or Farmere Horn Admlnl.tr.tlon! Prultt /aD.. H. SLOAN JR. ego faculty.No evelleble. at aev prk tlaawd. at 12.00 |,.. *..
crllied a* followa 1 Begin at the Soulhea.t corner of PARCEL 17 SRD 121 241 Wont Avenlda Palliada Clerk of the Circuit Court Ask peer 9at t. *., yew aert pallcy less ManbM. Aiiaraag
lImb at the renter of Section 7TownKhln the BW 4 of SectIon II Townahlp DRAINAGE EASEMENT ,Hun Clvmente, California of Polk County, Florida group tour Is planned, he ..,.'", wholly wd by ...... Mwrltea CrMria. PlariaVlCaraaratl
!' Roth, Range at E..., 39 South Range i4 East, run MIGHT STATION 248+0U. Joan Prultt Rearlclc Parcel #19 /OKOROHJ C. CARR ''Side but a chartered flight '** wrrtlafl far retired PlefW eVivwrg' rvarMMMwd toFlwld
at a point 8864.OT feel Southerlyof thern,4 due North 107.11 feet lo the Begin on the South boundary of 6843 Oak wood Lane 8RU #\'-Rilary Of Connael'
Ihe Nnrthw..tcOrtoer of Ihe IwKlnnlng' of a curv* contav* to the NE% of the NEK nf the NW<4 Indiana JOHN H. DKWELL would enable participants to ky *.r egesty.EARLE .
Nici of mid Section 7: rim trence the Hciuinwenterly having a radio or Section IS, Township II Houth Raymond Andrew Panel ttlB MONTH I J, T1LLIH. JR. !make the round trip at reduced
Hoiilh, Hd'15'30" taut SIll feet to nf 711 10 feet; thenc Northweat Range 14 Eaet at a point 120 feet Pruitt IIRV #II-R lEOliOB C CARR W. DAY & CO.P.O.
end Intereectlon right cf way aurLea. erly along wild curv (60 foetbnp'nooh We.t of the East boundary of the 933 We.t Margate Terrace Att rneya for Petitioner rates about $250 each, and .

v.y II"'. a central angl of 44'00' NE"! of NWU of caM Section II: Chicago 40, Illlnol P. 0. Box SO ravel In Europe on their own lex I JIlt St. Patankanj Pla. 117)1mm
.. .ttng right of way .. eald. thence 144
the end of curve; run thenc. West to a point Ray Clement. Bartow, Florida
Containing 0.026 .cre. morn> or 'I.... North 4400' Wed 424,II feet to feet East of the Southweat corner T... Collector J-74H.. or two and one-half months. '
Ind d Vetta the beginning of a curve .onravo of_th. NEU., .of the NE'.4 of. the -
iJngl'r'nh/wlfei Loul.. Mar'l to the Norlheaaterly having NW'4 of cull een'tIoe II": Iunnme ,- -f- 'T '0 T2"r
Julia M.l'<'u,. hi. .. adlu. of 71110 feet; thenc. North-!,North to the North boundary of I '
Subject, to Mornage In we.terly along saId curve BM,76 'mId Beitlon 11 thence East, along, POWTS SCMED IN i 1963 NASUBWCTIONED tWHITieHj
nf Harold 01. Plik and Madonna fret through a central angle ..' cold North "boundary to a point 0 _
I..k. hi. *."", I 41'11' to the end of eald curve, ; I North of th* Point of Beginning '* '
PARCEL I MB 5.1.. hence North 011' East 1H25.II r..1to hence Sooth to the Point of Beginning L! m v.R tv 005 405 *lS *510 ?,'
RIGHT OF. WAY the beginning of a curve con ; leaa and except the Wilt ? r
The West IS feet of the Nort nave to the Easterly having a radlua 61 feet of the North III fet there 'riiAt.2tJ
J50 feet of lOs NW* of the NEJ4 of (711.(I feet, thence North- 0'. .
of SectIon I, Townehlp 19 South .rl yalong.a Id curve 126 fet Lying within II feet each aide ,I "
Hang 14 East being that part of .hrough central I angle of IMS' to of a Drainage Easement CenterLine I IJ FAL
Hid property lying within Ii feet the end of eald curve! thenoe on SR 8-87-A Section 11700,
of the Bunriy Lln. of SR 8-17-A North I'll' Eaet 4t8.7t feet to II'bolnnIn e aid Center Lln being deaerlbeda
lI.rtlon 1870 gofacntrnaouecave to follow.! '
LGH ntotins rIghts of .ay. the South meter ly having a ridlu Commence on the North bound :
Containing 0.15 acre more or lea of 673.II feet, thenoe Northeaater- ary of Bectlon 18, Town.hlp tl -
owner: Polk Enterprlaei, Inc. ly along aald curv 43613 feet South Range 14 Eaet at a point
PARCEL i SRD S4rlORAINAOt irough an angl of 43'87 61" to .11647 feet Ka.t nf the Northwe.t _._ _
EASEMENT the North bound.ry or .ald B.oUon!corner of the NE4 of the NWI4
RIGHT STATIOI S6J+7I.M 11 at a point .9U7 oat nf the of Mid Bectlon 11, laid point beng -
The North to feet of the Eaet Northweet corner of the NE14 of on a curve concave to the
861i feel of the We.t '00 feet of the NWU ot caM. Section II.LE88 Nnolh deter 17 having a radlua of
the NW14 of the NEH of soot Ion .,,.Unl right of way 173." feet; (hence from a tangent
A. Townehlp IB Boutin Range IItent. Containing '.1 air., more or"HlftO bearing of South 47'10'H" Weat
I run Bouthw.aterly along wild curvr
ContaInIng I 10 acre. too or I Iciwners Ioei.. that part'of the above d._' I I 21 feet through an angle of 00.
Polk Enterprise., Inc acrlbed property lying within the I3'M' to begin' Drainage KaeemenCenter
PARCEL 4 .110 (-.., 1WBIOHT lowing mete and bound de- Line, run thence Bouth II*-
.. Of WAY IptloniJommenc S7'I4"! East 110 feet to end .aid
That port oft at the Southeast c..rn.r ... Kaeement Center Line. PERFORMANEI
Tb.toilnl5 feet of the Wee of .Id 5W>4 of lI..tlnn8, LKH8 Killing right of way
Ill feet of Ihe NW14 of the NICI4 Township 111 South Rang 14 Eaat, Containing 001 acre more or'owner
of Heutlon I, TownshIp 19 South hence run doe North .217.64 feet I I.'
Range 14 Nest lying within Ib In a point of beginning; run thenc.* A. Pipkin
feel of the aurvey lln. of eta e Houth. 69'IISO. Weal (411 feet to. PARCIL tf' SP.O 127, 12S
Road 8-J7-A, Hectlon 1670 eat he Easterly right of way line RIGHT Of WAY
moron V Una being deicribed 01 aid Stale Road 8-17-A, amid .h :That: part oft
'"' I of way line being on a curv ..on.r The Weat lot feet nf tha Bouth
'ru-glii at the Bmilhweal cornerot rave to th* Bouthweaterly havli 1SI.21 feet of tOe South '4 of the
the HKV of SectIon I. Townnhlpit I red .. 76810 feet! thence Mouth H of the NW<* of the 8K<4n
Mouth, Hang. 14 Fast at I a .. .. ysloogea II rumni. Hi-ctliin t. Townahlp ill South
l",lnt JJ24, 0 feet Weal of the tIm feet t hanan tie|. 0i'I'41" Range 14 Fut, I... the South 60
uiheiit corner of the OWlS of ; (them North 1T'41'08"Ea.t 1eet thereofLying .
the BKSi of wild Section I: run 43 II feet, thence due North within 40 feet of the iurey .
thence North II-J9' We.t 83SOOJ 12.17 fet; thenc due Foot 40 feet, line of State Road 8 S7-A Sec.
fuel to the Northerly boundary'of hence due Mouth 1I1I.1T: feet to thepoint lion 16700 Mid survey lln. being
Mid Hectlon e at a point 184A.2 of beginning. leicrlbed a. follow:
feet Uaaterly of the Nortbweat LEeS eilatlng right of way Begin at (he Bouthweat corner !
corner of cold Hectlon S. Containing 001 acre, mora or of the SRK ,,f Beotlon I, Town.hlp
LKBH exlHtlrg rIghts of way I..L I 21 Rang 14 RaIl, at a WIN
Containing- 0.11 acre, more or le.. Owner; Marvin Plpkli.PARCEL .. I '1.our2.: : ,, ..tV.. of the
Owneri. Harold H. Harvlll. and 11 SRD T.... 100, Ill loutheaat corner ot the % of
Edna. C. Harvllle, hi. wife. .RIGHT. Of. WAY I he. KB* of .aid onl'I: run
Subject tot Mortgage In favor That part of the South H. of thence North 0'''' Wet 633001
of Lakeland Federal Davlngg .and North *. of South H ..' SWH of feet to the Northerly boundary of
Loan Anaoclallon. .. ,NE'4 of Section I, Townehlp II raid SectIon S at a point 16<6.I fn.tlts.lerly
FARCSL I SRD 11-R 14 East lying with-
Sualh, Range of the Northweat corner
RIGHT.. OF WAY 1:.. ? feet of th. Survey Line of of Mid. Bectlon I. .
ThAt "North': 8tat Road 8-17-A. Section 1470 Leaa eilatlng right. of way.
The of (It. South ".4 !aid .urv., lIne being deecrlbedaa Containing 0.15 acre, nor er'owner
of tIe North K of the 8W14 of the follow. I.I
NEK of Section I, TownshIp, Begin at th* Southweat cornel ; U. K. Cu.tred and Llna .
J$ South Range 14 Kait. of the SKU of Bectlon 5. Town Cu.lred, hi. wIfe
Lying within IS feet of the aurvey hip II Bouth, Range 14 Nail at a Subject to: Mortgage In favor
lIne being deacrlbed aa ol- point 1114, l feet Wilt of ,11:. of Gulf Life Incuranc Company
10wI: Houtheaat corner of the SWt, ofha ARC-EL 10 SRD.. II.II
Begin at the Bouthweat corner saId Section I. run RIGHT OF WAY
of the SIC.r Beotlon 6, Town.hip n.E\h: 0-lf Went 611002 That part of'
09 Bnutfc, Range 14 Noel at a Sot to the Northerly boundary of Th. BW14 of the SEU" of Sec.-
point U24IO feet Watt of the Mid SectIon at a point 26412 line 5, Town.hlp 19 South Rang
Houtheaet corner of the SWor foot Easterly ol the Nurth..1corn.r 14 F..t.
'"* of aald Section 6, runthen" of sold BectlonLE88 <. Lylnl wIthin 10 feet of the Sum.onry .
North 0'J9' Weat M2 .10 eilatlng right of way. Line of SR B-I7.A. B.oUon
feet to the Northerly boundary ol Containing .ll eons, more or 1711; said .,,rv.y lIne being d.,
mild Hectlon 6 ., a point 184. 1 I..., .rlbed aa follows 'I
feet ta.terly ol the Norlhwe.t u..n.r: Hubert B. Holme, Ir.and Begin al the. Botilhwwt cornel
torner I mId SectIon 4. France. H. Hotnva. hi. wile of th. HKH of Bertlon 6, Townahlp
I.KHS eiletlng right of way. Hublect In: Murtgaae la favor J 0 Hmilh Range 14 Kaat at a point
Containing Ill acre, more ortnrro nf 1'olk federal laving and LoanAMoclatlun 1124 PO feet Wee of the Soulheaat
I.... of lakeland, and a .uornreof the BW<* of the BKVt of
icy 11. Pop\K'1I Mort.... In favor of Anne W. eald, Bertlon t, run thenc North
PARCEL.. I .110 12.2. 100.2, tZ4 ttouiPARCIL. 0'18' Wed .13001 feet lo the
I Northerly boundnrr
> oft 12 '1110 I1.R.. lion' at a point 1H4I.S feet Kaaterly .
at (h' Norlhwectrornel i tATIBAC DITCH RIOMT nf the Northweat corner raid '
of the Boulh I .4 of the North N STATION II7+"M.OO Rrcllon S.
of th* Houlh H of the HW14 -. That part of the North ',, of the l.ee. eiletlng; rlghta of way.
the NE1 ol Section I. Town.hlp liutn M of NW4 of SK-4 of Run ContainingOH acre, wore or I Jr'6Ford
29 South, Range 14 Eaet.them run.. I Ion 4. Townahlp if "South, Range eec. FORifi
'* North 160 feet Ih.Kaat 24 Kaat lying within t* feet of a Ownert Tb* FIrst National Bank
145 feet, thenpe South Ill drainage ....m.nt survey line oratate of Tampa Truate, aa Buocwaor'ru.tee 64
feet, thence Weat 146 feat to the lined M-I7-A. Section 1170 under the will ot Andrew
point of beginning.Lying all aurvey Una being deecrlbedaa J. Prultt deeeaaed.Sublect '
within li feet of the -- follows: to Teatam.ntary OlIn.lrot .
vey tin* of Slat. Road 8-17-A, Commence on Ik Bouthweat veiled In Tile FIrst National
Section M700. eaid I eurvey line fc-- comer of the SB1!: of SectIon 6, HAnk of Chicago, Truatea. Alio
log deecrlbed a* o Townahlp tl Bouth, Range 14 Rant. .abject to the beneficial Interests
Begin et the Soutt-weet corner. aId corner being 1114'0 feet Wilt e.ied In th. following persona
of the BEN of Section 6, Township of the Boulheaet corner of Ih. Ada May JTrultti Barbara. Oertnid
19 South, Rang. 24 Kaet at a HWH. of the 1111:14: of Hid SectIon Haltland; Joan Prultt Rearlck
point 1124.BO feet We.l of the I, run thenc North 031' Wed Andrew Pruitt.
Moutheaat corner I the 8W01 1611.11 feet to begin dralinent ... ..... OT. AND ADORISSES.. OF.
the SUM of paid SectIon, I, run eurvey line; run Ihence OfFSNDANT SECTION.
tfenr. North OMI' Went .4330 It feet end 1
North ID'll' East Ill to I5100OttO $17-A
feet to the Northerly boundary of aid dral osg.eau.m.n I eurn.y1e.e Odell Barter, .. Parcel #1
aald Section I at a point 21148. feet' Trend's "Car of the YearAward
In.. Executrix of the clOD #1-R has just won Motor
Kaaterly: of the Northweet .orn.r nnIuIIoE rlah' .r way.Cootehnh,5 .:nlaie of Albert Bader, How Ford Racing Helps Bring You a Bttter

of mid SectIon I. G.O' acr.. more or ..areanedII Ford's total 1' Car Most automotive engineers will tell
Lam .1.UnR l rlghte ot way.Containing I.... : Woodward Drlva.akelHnd with a special citation saluting : you
til atre coon. orlee (I.n..rt Lola Hart Henry.AMCIL Florida II I racing is a valued laboratory. For example

I owner*. William, R. fowler and .RIGHT.It Of. WAY SRO N Carl Langer Lange? BRD #4 Parrel.B, lllRDO #1Yetia performance proved in open competition.The track competition led directly to these Ford

Clovle 1". Fowler, hi. wife. That part uf: Lake Hunter Ddioe.ahsioo&lelorld&
better block
changes: improved pis.
favor engine
Subject to! Kaaement In The South of the South V,, ,
of EdwIn 8. Habel and Shirley.A.. of the North of the HW* tl Ixnils Maraua' Parcel #1 and tons improved valve tram stronger connecting
Habel him wife! and a Mort. lll-K durability roadability going-power stopping
the NEI4 of Section 0. Town.hlp lIla Muou. IRD .4-R, ,
Uult Life Ineuranci and bolts.
In favor of 31 both Range 14 East III Terrace Wayahsieod rods
(''ompany.pARCEL. Lying' within 15 feet of the aur'ey Floridatumid after
that I led Ford to victory are
l"'o 11-R..
7 parcel, it power
line of BR I-I7-A, Section 1171.aid U. Pick Such improvements contribute to Ford'swinning
RIGHT Of WAY .1 : lln. being deecrlbed aafollow. .. lED #..R, lll-R
.urvey adonna Pick
That North yarn of: of the South H .: .troll Lak* Road the same traits you want for your daily driving! track record, and to total! performance
The -
at the Southwe.t cornerof
Begin lit
Route 1, Box
of the NWM o! the 8KU of 8eo- the 8E14 of Section 6, Town.hlp Lakeland' Florida in your everyday driving.
tlon 5, Townahlp ID South, Bang 21 Month, Range 14 East at r Polk Enterprl.ee, In-. Parrot #1 Come in test-drive a total performance winner!
14 East.CyInI. I point 111410 feet Wilt of thiSoutheaat r.' O. Box 481 saD *..R, ".R ,
wIthin 40 feet of the .ur. corner of tIe BW14 of Lakeland Florida
v.y line of Slat Road 1.I7.A.. th* cold Section I, run Marold H Harvlll .."...1.4
SectIon 1'700, aald .urvy lIne b* n.IC\oh: O'M1 Wt 612110 dna C. Harvlll BRD #*.R, no
Ing described ae follnweiBogln feet to the Northerly boundary o! ill ClvltanLakeland.
at the Southwe.t cornerof aId Section I at a point 2040.1 feel Florida. '.. aA
the SE.f 8.otlon 0, Town.hlpII Ee.terly of the Northwe.t cornel -akeland' Fdral Baviga Parcel #4
South Rang 14 Bait at a of laid Section *. and Loan SRD *'-R. no

Southeast point 13HIO corner feet of Weet the BW14 of the of I.lelll eilatlng Oil right atre,ot more way.Containing or ...ocletlon.JO Rout PIne TEST-DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SLAKELAND

tIne 8K,. of ..Id Section I; run I.... I Lakeland. Florida
thence North 0'''' West 699V01 Uwneri: N.n., VanwageneCAnCtL ,. Ja v H. bPnnn.ll Parcel .1
feat to the Northerly boundary of 14 SRD tOl.... 441 Ind SiC BRD .U-B COMPANY INC.
cold Mention S at a point 16411 RIGHT OP WAY FORD
feel ,....t.rl' of the Norlhweit corner That part ottTh ViII0IOnO"FOIeI.F Parrot 54 ,
of eald Section I, North Vt of the North H of ('Iovl.F, lender, IRPI'-M
..... .".alln. right of way. Ih.Iouth! % of the HWH of thMCtt cole I. bOo. .01 In., 134.shelsod
Containing 0.", acre, more or of Settlon t. TownshIp inhouih I. FlorIda. Phone Mu
lee*. .. Rang 14 Beat. .:dwln 111 Iluhel Pared 50hlrley 125 Lake Mirror Drive 2.1102
SLU "rsiont 1rc UKbSTh. Sooth 150 f..t ol the A. Ha..1 SRDi1'lt
a.ARWcn.L'i:RIGHT Of WAYTiia'aCui'lO Ito We.t Lying 18*within feet thereof.li feet of the eury 3340 5. FlorIda. florId Aeenoe 13111LoII.land. IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN AN A-l USED CAR', BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER

v. line of Slat Road 8-17-A Hea' "ull loll. In.uranc. Parcel ... ,IConn
feet of We South turn. M700 Mid Survey Lln b*. IRD #1a-a U.

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, March MM4.jury 11

Polk Candidates Beam Qualifying r ll'Vll ** ar era -"JITWr.. ..' ... Tt !:.. .. I =:;;,.

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BARTOW-Candidates the 17 to pay their qualifying fee Clifton L. Howell of Bartow, contributions of $1,000 and no Angel of Haines City, $200, ;;
May primaries were scheduled to Circuit Court Clerk D. H sheriff, contributions of $1,725, expenses Contributors In- and several contributors of
to start paying qualifying Sloan Jr.Qualifying. including! $500 from Pauline clude Boone, $600. Phil Huttonof $100. .5
feel at noon today and veteran fees are five per Stokes of Lake Wales; $150 Winter Haven, $100 and Aldlne Combos of Lakeland *
county commissioner L. W. cent of the annual salary of the from Carl Lake of Bartow, and Francheon K. Boone of Win incumbent county commissioner :
(Lei) Dunsor of Winter Haven office being sought by the $125 from J. P. Reese of Bar- ter Haven, $95. for District No. S, con I i
seems best qualified to do '0. various persons. Of this tow. Expenditures of 11,074.53. Floyd Woods of Lakeland tributions of $1.040 and no STOCK MARKET FLASHES

, Noon yesterday was the amount, three per cent is the including $400 for public relations Incumbent county commissioner expenses. Contributions Include I

deadline for candidates to file qualifying fee and two per $290 for posters and In District No. 1, contributions $200 from J. Morgan NEW YORK: l-The stock Lockheed unchanged at 40% on 17% on 5,000 ,shares. Another
their financial statement for cent is i committee assess $187.50 for bumper strips. of $775 and no expenses. Combee of Lakeland and $100 market opened moderately active 4,000. loser was Consolidated Edison
the month of February and ment. Hamp Rogers of Winter each from several :
Contributions include persons.
, off % at 84%.
Dunson a candidate for re- Salaries for the various offices H ven, sheriff contributions of $360 from Floyd Woods and Joseph F. Sedmera of Lake- and mixed today. With steels continuing in fa- Zenith
ahead 83
election in District No. 3, leads are criminal court Judge U790 with no expenditures. $200) from A. L. Woods of land, county commissionerfrom With few exceptions, price vor, U. S. Steel was up % to 57 an initial was trade of 3,000 U at shares.on
all candidates with contributions $17,500; county Judge, $17,560; Contributors Include T. W. Lakeland. District No. I, contributions changes for key stocks were on a block of 5,000 shares. Another gainer International
totaling $2,649.Dunson's sheriff, $12,000; county solicitor Bowen of Winter Haven $500; Francis L. Pipkin of Lakeland of $1,500, all from himself small fractions However, Du- Standard Oil of New Jersey Telephone Telegraph by
statement showsno $15,000; clerk circuit court, W. A. Wilson of Lakeland, county commissionerfrom and no expenses.Bob Pont gained 1% to 262% on an picked up % at 82% on 4,000 % at 541/4.!
expenditures thus far In the $10,000; supervisor of registration $250 and Rogers, $200. District No.1, no contributions C. Jones ot Lakeland, opening block of 1,000 shares. 'and Ford was unchanged at 54ft Pennsylvania Railroad held
campaign. $9,000; tax assessor $11,- Monroe Brannen of Lakeland and no expenses. county commissioner from, Other opening blocks Included on 2,000. steady at 33%.
Howell Leads 000; tax collector, $10,000; incumbent sheriff no L. W. (Les) Dunson of Win District No.5. no contributions General Electric up % to 86% Sears Roebuck added % at The Associated Press averageof

Clifton L. Howell of Bartow, Juvenile court Judge $12,000; contributions and no expenses.H. ter Haven. Incumbent county and no expenses. on 3,000 shares, General Motors[105% on a block of 2,200 shares 60 stocks hit a new high again
seeking the sheriffs office superintendent of public Instruction P. (Pat) Gordon of Lakeland commissioner from DistrictNo. Ralph Durrance of Fort unchanged at 80% on 3,400; Sperry Rand was down U at yesterday rising .( to 298,6.
now held by Monroe Brannen $15,000; county commissioner sheriff no contributionsand 3, contributions of $2,149 Meade, school board member
$10.800 ; school District No. 2, no contributions
and Contributors from
no expenses.Roy no expenses.
leads all candidate
in the board member $3,600. BLUE CHIPS
with H. Amldon Lakeland Include Dunson $500; L. B. and no expenses.
department expenditures Expense statements filed ,
totaling $1,074,53, with Sloan show these figures Incumbent criminal court
Candidates will have from for the first months of judge, no contributions and no
until expenses. > A GEoRGG WASHIIIi t-J :r
noon today noon March the "
of Winter .. '.; :- LAY THE SIDCKMARKET!
C Haven incumbent > t. ? HARD UICkTKA,7 ALL SltfMlWD FREUD I. COULD
solicitor '
county '
; :: \ ,> HAVE KM,
no contributions and no .
Thisis expenses. ', 4
Earnest D. Dixon of Lakeland -
circuit court clerk, con 6 fu
the road tributions of $676 including $600 ," ('
map from himself and$25 each from "

Edward J. Hart of Auburndale : ,
and Herman Willis of Winter .1(: r ,. t,.%_.... 1-'
smart investors Haven. No expenses.

Paul Vaughn of Winter
circuit court clerk contributions >, *
followdo of $100, all from R. B. 'my
Huffaker of Bartow and no I

expenses. \" The Daily InvestorBy

( ?) H. L. (Shorty) Palmer of
Lakeland supervisor of registration
contribution of $!, j't" WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Investment programs) you become
000 from himself and expenses re Last year after a good the immediate owner of
. The turns you can take when you're Investing are many. of 21318. 8.' AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE deal of studying, I started four as much stock (even fractions
Wise investors avoid the wrong ones and take the right Mrs. Blanche Work of Lakeland .'" Monthly Investment Plant of shares) as the money you Invest

ones. Do you"Here' incumbent supervisor of Am Elec ... .............. 1% (MIP) for my children, as i Investments will purchase.
a start on six: registration no contributionsand for their college edu For Instance, If you Invest
Y.c Barnes Eng .............. 25%
Wrong Ours: Buy on the ipur of the moment. no expenses. Dorsey Corp ..........?. NS cations. This Is In addition to only $40 In each of those four
Right tars: Be wise. Plan your Investment goals. Are they James L. Roden of Bartow Falcon Sea Dr ........... 13% Insurance policies that will come stocks every three months you
incumbent tax assessor no ... ... due at this time. The four would buy only a fraction of a
to build second Income To put your money out to ? Guard Chem ... .. 10ft
When you invest according to a plan you believe fits grow expenditures and contributionsof Gulf Am ... .............. 4% stocks In which I Invest equal share of each every three
you're more likely to get where want to yourobjectives $1,035 Including $500 from Gulf Sulphur ............. 7% amounts of money every three months. The fraction, by the
you go. himself and $100 each from < Kratter ..... .......... ..... 9 months are Du Pont. International way Is to the third decimal
Wrong turn: Bend credulous ear to tips and rumors. Julius M. Cam of Lakelandand e"r 'Lucky Friday .........,.. 29% Business Machines, Proc- place.At .
Right turn Be skeptical. With the best will In the world, Mr. and Mrs. S.,D. Cus- < Occidental Pet .......... 28% ter A Gamble and Sears Roe- that rate it would be a
someone may pass along hot rumor to you that has no tafson of Bartow. Redwing Carrier ,........ 10ft! buck. 'long time before you own a full
basis In truth. Cool accurate facts are what you need. Your Ralph Rossi of Lakeland, Stephan Co. .............. 8ft! Some friends disagree with share of IBM. But that shouldn't
broker will be glad to help you get them. tax assessor no expendituresand Syntex ....................108% two of my selections. They feel bother you because you are
Wrong turn: Consult broker no contributions. : a Tampa Elec ............. 25ft that It la foolish for a tiny Investor buying good stocks.It .
any handy. Charles Cooper of Lakeland, such as me to buy high- is always wiser to base your
Right turn: Be deliberate. A broker's Is Textron Inc ........ 4ft!
job an Importantone. tax collector contributions of priced stocks such as Du Pont investments on quality not
lilt his full-time occupation That's one of many things $850, Including $500 from him : OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL and IBM. What do you sayf price. Too many people make
required of every Registered Representative in a Member self and $100 each from Eve :. FUNDS Would I do better with low- mistakes by going after low-
Firm of the New York Stock Exchange. And though differences lyn F. Cooper, P. E. Naylor i Affiliated Fund .....,...... $48 priced stocks priced cats and dogs-only to
between Member Firms are many each Is subject to and R. M. Munday all of :, 'f Alico ......... ............. 7% A. I say Ignore the kibitzing end up sorry.Q. .
the Exchange's regulations. Don't, of course expect them to Lakeland. He lists expensesof Am Express .............. 37% of your friends. You have a
be clairvoyant. Who is? $1813 for travel. ,'fj. I" Auto Merch ............. 1% good Investment program go Shortly after I subscribedto
George K. Miller of Lakeland 'N Chase Man Bank ........ 67ft ing. Stick with it. a financial magazine, I start.
Wrong tun Invest your last penny. tax collector, contributions ;tfi Eckerd's Drug ,.,........ 18% You have started steady Investment ed receiving applications to sub
Right turn: Be astute. Your living expenses have first call of $330 and no Z' 'I' ,,' Fidelity Fund .............17.21 scribe to various Investment
expenses. programs -K:
on your pocketbook. Hardly less important is provision for Contributors include Jennie {, Fla. Ga ................. 10 i in four advisory services One offers
emergencies. Those cared for, you may be ready to consider Smith Hart and E. L. King, ic.. Fla. Pub. Util ......,..... 241/4 high I quality I to sell me an eight-page week.
investing with the Idea of extra income or growth. both of Lakeland, $100 each !f! 9 '44 Fla. Steel................ 9% stocks, all of t ;; ly service for three months for

Wrong turai Trust your infallible good luck. and Richard Holle of Lakeland ) ,)t Fla. Tel ............... ... 27% which have $18. Another offers a weekly
... .. .......... ...
Right hint Be canny. Prices fall as well ai rise. Not $80.Stark Fla Tile lift good long-term 'confidential stock list" for a
will prosper. This is why you'll want to look every for F. Ginn Jr. of Lakeland Founders Life ............ she' growth records x year for $125. These and other
favorable signs.Such as trends of earnings.Dividend records. tax collector, no expenses CAROL STIVENS, 19-y.ef-cle1 '''"'". fram Winter Heen Gulf Life ................. 57ft They are the r things com 'In with almost
And other significant Information. Ask your Member Firm .and contributions Vflf )pill reetai.., tee Winter H.... lickonie *i.....l lend 'In.the: Incorp Invest .............7.41 type that are I every mall.
broker bow he thmks'bondi might lit needs. $400. Contributors Include "tunnel Cltnie Queen ..n'..., to kVkeU In Winter Wives nest Inter City Tel A Tel ...... Soft well suited for | Is this all legitimate? Or didI
your $200 each from himself and week In conjunction with the Florlde Citrui lipoiIHe Jackson Min Mart ....... 5% your purpose. get myself on a sucker list
Wrong tun Ignore the coupon below. Dorothy B. Ginn. Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17 You don't ins A. Your name and address
Right total Be smart Send the coupon for "DIVIDEND Hobson Strain of Lakeland Nationwide ............... 14ft dlcats how ended up on a "mailing list."
ovw THE YEA.."-a[booklet packed with useful orma.Ion. tax collector contributions of A. H. Robins ............. 40% much you are DOYLE That's for sure. Whether or not
: Such as the records of more than 500 stocks that have $70 and expenses of $1140 $303,000 Federal Taylor Inst ... ............ 49ft Investing. But even If you are It's a "sucker list" Is hard to
:Bald a cub dividend each year for 25 years or more. And it alt for travel. Anne M. Strainof T.V. Elec Fund ........... 8.02 Investing as little as $40 In each
ells about the Monthly Investment Plan through which you Lakeland Is listed is the Trans Gal Pipe Line ..... 21% stock every three months (the tell.There are many, many invest
an acquire stock by investing with.little as$40 every three contributor of the $70. Travelers .................189! smallest amount you can Invest ment advisory services. Some
months ($3.08 a week). J. B. Tiiornhlll Jr. of Win Grant Sought By CityThe United Ilium .............. 39 through MIP) you have all the are good. Some are fair. Some
ter Haven tax collector no Universal Foods .......... .32 advantages of steady investing are just awful.
............ 30%
Own your share ef America butimie contributions and no expenses.Robert going for you. Here's a pretty good rule of
J. (Bob) Hailett of City of Lakeland will said that matters of public NEW YORK None of the stocks you are thumb. Those that promise pie-
Bartow Incumbent criminal file an application within the Interest should be aired at buying "low-priced." Procter in-the-sky, such as "sure
Members New York Stock Exchange i court clerk no expenses and next several days for a fed- regular meetings of the governing STOCK Latest 11 a.m. & Gamble has been trading profits" are usually the world's
contributions of $100 Including eral grant of $303,000 for sanitary body in the commission Close Price recently around $82 a share. worst and should be ignored.

r----------------------------l i $50 each from Bradley sewer improvementsunder room at the city hall. Air Reduction 55% NS The others are higher with IBM This mailing list problem is a
I Johnson Nelson and Sprott. the accelerated public The members of the governing trading about seven times that serious one. Nobody likes to
Exchange, or to the New York Stock Exctann, Dept 4-L. P.O. Bolt works Aldens 30 30ft "
and Wool- program. directed that be with mail.
Attorneys at Law body a price. swamped "junk
1070, New York, New York 10001. cos Allegheny Ludlum 41* 41%
ford Myers, Curtis and New A formal resolution requesting resolution be drawn callingfor U Your friends may see no And I want to add that the letters -
common pteaM send Mock me Invniroent., free, "prvroiNDt" OVM THI flAIl i basin guide for man Attorneys at Law, both the grant was ap- the paving of Mosswood Allied Allied Chem Stores 594 54!% D8'V%[sense In Investing small amounts : mailed to me are kept In
of Lake Wales. proved by the city commission Place from Riggins Street to in high-priced stocks. confidence. Those names and
Am Balch 14'1414
... John Brown of Lakeland, yesterday with 1 Dr Mosswood Road. 82 8J'Ya But, when you Invest through addresses are never turned over
Am Cyanamid
N. criminal court clerk, no contributions James R. West casting a dissenting There are three property Am Home Prd 653,4 NS MIP (and many other steady to anyone.

eDO'.N and no expenses. The application vote.' Is under owners along the short Am Hospital 23123% Latest 11 a.m. Latest 11 a.m.
I Shelley S. Boone of Winter thoroughfare.
IJ Am Mach Frdy 17'V 17fl Close Price Close Price
Haven incumbent superintendent the matching funds provision Youkey said that two of the Am Metal Prd 18y' NS
_______________ of the federal accelerated to
------------- _of public instruction property owners objected Am Motor 1631814 ,W. R. Grace 50% 501h Raybeltoa Man 43r. 43l/
public works the program. The paving assessments and that Am Rei" Dev 24'24% 'Great A" P Tea 35V. 35% Rep Steel 42',1 .c2rs
total cost of sewer extensions the third favored the Improvement R. J. 40140
NS Reynolds %
Am Seating 37 Greyhound 54% 5496
will be .
$606,000.Freeze and assessment.The .
Am Tobacco 28% 2834 Reynolds Met 3814 38%
Factor latter owns more than 50 Am Tel Tel 1414! 141% Grumman 43r. 43% Rhod Sel Trust 6% 814R.C.
When you see a Continental, take a second look. Lakeland Is eligible to par per cent of the footage In Ampex 14% 143Ariz / IBM 564% D68 I, Cola 51'% NS
ticipate In the program because volved. Pub Ser 3234 32% Int Harvester 6711. 66% Safeway Stores 58% 58
Notice the kind of person who enjoys it. the federal government Commissioners agreed to Armco Steel '7214 7234 IMC 7rl 69/e! ke-It Paper 37r 37r
designated the municipalityas extend a fire protection Atcha top 281/a 281hAti Int Min Chem 89y' Seaboard Air R .c8 47%
Then the Continental yourselfthe an area of substantial unemployment agreement for a period of six Refin 5410 M Int Paper 3P31 Sears 10510 10534
experience following the months with Fire District No. Auto Can 133,4 13% Int Tel Tel 53fl 541,4 Shattuck 13% 13r.Slnclslr
hereor citrus freeze of December, 1 of Polk County. The district 'Avco 23% 23% Jones Be Laughlin 72 71 Y. Oil 46 461,4
you see 1962.The contains the unincorpo- fleneficlal 57% 58 Kelsey Hayes 401401% Socony 711 7136
$606,000 program will rated area around Crystal I Beth Steel 35 35% Kimberly Clark 82'; 62% S.C Elec Gas NS
the unique four-door convertible. include a new sanitary rower Lake. I Blaw-Knox 27% 2m Kerr.McGee 36% 36% Southern 5451 533/
program for the Lake Chester B. McKinley, chair Borl-Wamer 46% 46% Korvette 341,4 35Lear.Slegler % Sperry Rand 171 17%
Discover its increased spaciousness, Parker area and extensionof man of the district asked for :Brunswick 10% 10% 14% 14%I Spiegel 321. 32%
lines to the Lone Palm the extension at a rate of $!,. I Burlington 45% 453/ Llgaette & Myers 75 75 !Std Oil Cal 61% 814!

its ride its luxury its comfort. golf course and residential 200 per month. The agreement ]Burroughs 25 25Cat Litton lads 88% 681h Std Oil Ind. 6438414
complex. will be subject to can. Tractor 544! 543/4 Lone Star Gas 22Y. 22% Std Oil N.J. 81% 82%
City Manager Robert V. cellatlon If the district is Celanese 811h 814hemetron Loral Elec 8',4 84! Sunray 011 30r 30%
You will know what makes the ContinentalAmericas Youkey said that George W. ready before the end of the : 25% NS P. Lorrlllard 44 44 Tenn Gas Ie Trans 20% 201,4

Jenkins, head of the Lakeland half-year to assume its own Ghee a.. Ohio 69% 69% Madison Fd 19% 19% Texaco '73% 73r'
most distinguished motorcar. corporation developingthe fire protection. Chrysler 45104 45% Magnavox 39Y. 38!4 ,Texas Gulf Sui 22% m.
championship, 18-hole.olf Iln:: Gas LIce 25% NS Marquardt 94! 94! Tidewater 38% 38%
course and exclusive residential Cities Ser 664! 861f. Martin Marietta 19% 1914! Tractor Sup 21% NS
area will pay the city Rockefeller Gets Coca: Cola 119',4 McCrory 127/e 13 Union Bag NS 38
r$63,829 for extension of the Colgate Pal 1191 42% McKesson 41% 41% Union Oil '78'" 783'
D" sewer line to the Lone Palm Collins Rad 19%1 IIIIh Merck 117% 117% Union Pac 41 40%
.. area, Just west of the corporate Cigars He May Columbia Gas 28% 28% Minn. Hnwl 133 132 Union Tank 3638VJ!
limits. This Is In line Com Credit 3939! % MMM 88112 68 United Fin 213/4 2714
with the municipality's policyof Find HandyALBANY Con Edison 847/s M'V Montg Ward 37'V 37% United Fruit 20'4 NS
sharing costs of extending Con Fonda 473/4 45'V Nat Biscuit 60% 80Va' US. Indl 93,4 9r.US.
sewers outside the city Urn- Consumer Pwr 461/a NS Nat Can 18 NS Rubber 5336 D3US. %
N. Y (AP) -With 69 .
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Squad Bengals !Captures

Open Drills TomorrowBy $j INO OpenNEW


ledger Sport Editor + t has been some day," said

All the Tiger will be in the den tomorrow when the full squad opena spring drill at Henley P ., .. lea Mason Rudolph, pocketing the

!h Held. 10 a.m. In act all but a couple were on hand or in town yesterday.The frrM I $7,500 first place check in the

pitchers and catchers-only legal Bengali In training-*r' holding a special bunt, iluj A Greater New Orleans Open Coif

bunt and hit drill \ Tourney.
Yesterday Frank Lary'i Louu found "Mortar Joe" tougher to hit than the flesh varietyof "' We almost didn't start almost .

hurler. They garnered only a couple of hits and got blanked. ,atf tifR'' .. didn't finish and almost

Today, Phil Regan's Rough everything happened In between
necks get their chance. "Lary The outfielders and infielden I chanlcal arm-does the hurllnj ," said the bespectacledpro

made It easy for us. We'll get had to sneak around the fence In that cage. "Mortar Joe" t i from Tennessee's dark-fired

that one run In hurry Retail and take batting drill in the. literally shoots the ball at thebat tobacco country, who came

I I growled ss he watched batting cage behind the right 'n. ; close to blowing a four-stroke

Mortar Joe shoot dowa the field fence. "Iron Mike"-thls Mickey Lollch who turnedIn lead In the wrapup of the 130,000:

Louts with gusto. pitching machine uses the meFriday a sharp first-year 5-. mark tourney Monday.The .
hut summer for Detroit 29-year-old Clarksville

Joined the Bengal yesterday. belter had to scramble for ,1 i
He completed his special Air final three-over-par 73. It gave

National Guard training. Terry him a 72-hole total of 283, one

FoE who signed Sunday ; stroke In front pf Masters and
morning, Is enroute from his .. PGA champion Jack Nicklaus,
New Iberia, La., home and .
.,. Puerto Rican Jan (Chi Chit
a the only other player not seen Rodriguez and unknown Glenn

around the area was out Stuart, a Michigan club pro.
fielder Bill Bruton. But he Is FAUL FISTS ONI |.11|| ,...| (ill cut (MM i I. a pitcliintw prewisioe nsKtK4ndr ..t.i.... long with Don Dowels from Almost Rained Out

expected to be In uniform tomorrow .nny| workout *t Henley. Field, while two Tier! hurlers. end pitchlitf Mi* Phll.. ...likl. ,. Phillies for Jim Bunnini and GUI Trt4ndoi. Fool, The final round was nearly .

morning. coocb freak (Shibh-) Ovormlro, its loft, wofeh. Stondiiii lint fin"-,,,, woo, tuned I In a 1.6 meek for the Ti*.n list lummw.H rained out. At I a.m., the scheduled .

March 3 3561 Wiry Don Demeter, slated for to Ovormir h Deeds McUln. who wee 2.1 with Dot-oil In the wee the pitching here .' the 9engols' here hen *,rI".. starting time, a hard rain
l2 Tuesday, ,
center field duty, reported team-yesterday AIM! .tout*) .> the _M" steer I thorp yoor *t D..I"... Stand! (L4 t" plots .rHiikt4>. was falling on the 7,020-yard
and met new
I hustled on the sober monad end following 'oul'i offort .. Jock HomihoH, Lakewood Country dub course
mates. The photographers An hour later the rain stopped
around to Demeter and
get -I and after another hour the
Al Kaline They shouldbe

Yields To Prep Demands seeing together.much more of each Bid Koufax greens permit play.had dried off enough to

other this summer Miami Earns NIT
Manager Charley Dresses indicated Then defending champion Bo
holda ; Wininger, confused over the delay -
NFL Will Not TV squad game Friday at noon UnhappyOver showed up three minutes

Involving all of the parent TI- late for his tee off time and was

gers. In yesterday's of the Tlgertown sper'al tention disqualified, however He was, with out a of 54-hole con

ContestsNEW unit drill fense.were members on hand to play de K- State In NCAA MeetBy PactVERO total strokes of behind 220, Rudolph.Had which .was 12

Each pitcher bunted two, then Troubles
YORK (AP-The Na- television committee after the I
tional Football League lays statement by NFL Commissioner tried to slug-bunt one A slug BOB GREEN It ws Kentucky's first lost of over Illinois. Bradds tossed In The contract BEACH battle Fla.betweenstar 11I- Rudolph had his troubles. He
bunt Is where the batter fakes Associated Press Sports Writer the its home 34 points In Ohio State's fifth started out with a bogey five on
there will be no national tele- Pete Rozelle Monday the season on court pitcher Sandy Koufax and
a bunt and then tries to hit Kansas State Miami and the second hole and was constantly
vision of its Friday night games. "We feel it was the wise decision Inlielders. Joe and reduced the Southeastern straight league triumph. It put the Los Angeles Dodgers Is over
ball the '
past In trouble because of the
have Joined the "Ins, the
Buckeyes into the
top spot
and school leaders to make to avoid
College high overexposure but the for
Press Conference linger
Free over-all may
Detroit champions
Falls of the
Wichita became a large "maybe with an 11.2 record but they'llneed fairway bunkers-he was In six
and all of football
that's Just dandy, on televIsion '
say I some perhaps long
added: "The best slug bunt record to 214. The St. Louis the round.
Ohio State a "could be"and help to make it to the of them during
and In Bushnell
Is sweetness light today continued "It to the
Cleveland- damage Dodgers'chancea
in a
unofficial leaves ever saw came whatever happened to Kentucky -zone limited Kentucky's Cotton NCAA tourney. Turning for the final nine
undeclared and the
the Friday night to high AI for a second successive
dispute. schools and the few colleges Detroit extra inning game.faked ? Nash to two field goals until he Mighty Michigan, ranked second I pennant. Rudolph was two strokes over
a '
"We are very pleased by the that play on that night" bunt Luplow and(then slug-bunted one Miami, Fla., and St Joseph's broke through in the last two in the nation, has a 102 There Is a distinct coolness

decision by the NFL," said Asa The NFL had put a "prema by the infield. In fact it went Pa., accepted invitation Mon-: minutes after the game was out conference mark with two between Koufax and Dodger

Bushnell head of the NCAA ture" label on published reports Into the right- :day to the National Invitation of reach. games to go. Ohio State has General Manager Buzzy Bavasl par.PALMER
of a possible national telecasting by everybody" up Tourney, the seventh and eighth II Kansas State, meanwhile, only one remaining. If they end whom the brilliant southpaw ac-

of a series of five Friday field stands.t.a accented hunt. team in the 12-team bracket edged Oklahoma State 63-31 in In a tie, Michigan gets the tourney cused Monday of deliberately
Emerson Dr e
RejectsPro !seen Kansas State clinched the Big overtime and clinched Its since the Wolverlneahaven't
night but didn't ;; seventh spot 1
pro games get tog and base running this casting him In the villlan'a role,
Eight basketball title and the title In nine been in the In
Big Eight
Net Offer around to a concrete statement well as other facets forcing Sandy to accept a $70- '
spring, as
on it until Monday. Those reports of the game. In fact when accompanying NCAA tourney years, with the help of Kansas 18 years and Ohio'State madeit 000 contract for 1964. IN 'SLUMP
CARACAS Venezuela AP- berth. Wichita clinched a shareof which eliminated Col- two ago.
had brought considerable the full squad reports efforts runner-up years "I've been hurt by people who
Roy Emerson, the Australian the Missouri Valley Confer orado 73-71 In overtime. Kansas Stat pushed It* over.all
fire from the National "
Collegiate will be made to conduct the I 1 thought were my friends,
tennis ace said today he has Athletic Association through training camp somewhat along ence lead, which also entails an Wichita, tanked fifth In the record to 18-5 and 10-2 in the said Koufax. "I was maneuvered NEW ORLEANS (AP-Goir
rejected a lucrative offer NCAA tourney spot And Ohio nation, whipped North Texas ,league with the triumph over
pro Executive Director Walter that
By- the lines of Tlgertown- Into a corner where I was touring professionals aren't deriving
and to continue State kept its hopes alive. State 90-83 and tied Idle Drake :Oklahoma State, It* ninth
plans as an
and Bushnell well of
ers as as Is special work on all phases forced to agree to their terms much comfort out
UCLA, top-ranked in the nation for the Missouri and fourth In overtime.
amateur through 1964. leaders of various high school of the game. Valley top spot ,straight or else be regarded. a greedy Arnold Palmer's mild winterslumpthey're
rolled on unbeaten, push each with 10-2 and the loss Oklahoma
The 27-year-old Australianand the regular The spoiled
groups. "Little things can make no-good bum. When I met with convinced he'llsnap
who ing its mark to 25-0 with an 87- season completed. They'll meet State's bid' for Coach Henry
French champion, was A. 20
league spokesman pointed difference between ten to Bavasl the last time I knew I back.
barred from Davis by 57 rout of California.But Friday In a playoff to determine !ba', 700th coaching victory,
Cup play however that the decision game had
out wins a year, Dresses pointedout to sign no matter what they "This fellow has entirely too
his home association only last whatever happened to the league's NCAA rep i In other major action, Stanford -
In no way disturbs a longstanding at the outset of the Early offered. much ability and tort much desire
Friday for violating a travel NFL provision allowing In- Camp. "And those ten to 20 Kentucky? resentative.All romped over Washington "They (the Dodgers) planteda to be held down for very
ban, said he received a new dividual clubs to televise their difference It appears that Coach AdolphRupp's America Gary Bradds State 8155, Idaho beat Montana "
wins can mean the story in a newspaper that I long, Bill Capser Jr. laid to-
for nationally third-ranked helped keep Ohio State in the (4-51 Minnesota whipped Wisconsin
three-year contract calling road game back to their home between a World Series appear- the would quit if I did not get $90; day. "He may have to subordinate
more money from an Australian- areas, regardless of the day of ance and another also-ran heroes got caught looking also-,Big Ten picture, leading the 105-96 and Iowa upset 000 plus a bonus based on attendance some of his outside Interests
firm. other way St. Louis, an Buckeyes to in 89-71 triumph Purdue 81- 4.
cigarette the week the is "
game played. year. Wildcats 870 and a cut from pay but I'm convinced h 'JJ be
JJ He works as a sales and pub One farmhand will be In the ran shocked the .. television. The fact of the mat winning golf tournaments for
final of the .
for in Kentucky's game
lic relations representative . "
BARRY GOOD group that works out tomorrow ter is I asked for Just a few years to come.
the company. Emerson said the Bill Roman, on the Syra regular season. thousand dollars over what I "He's more or less playing

new deal will permit him to FOR MIAMIMIAMI cuse roster, will work out with fInally agreed to. The Dodgers what you call o'possum right

play three more years as an the Bengals. He's a first DreadnoughtsHost Michigan JumpsTo know this but all the people who now" added Gary Player the
amateur but he said he may baseman and hit .282 and 17 had read the headlines do not little South African who has
(AP Coach Bruce'Slick"
) TerriersLakeland'
quit after this and Is '
year. "' homers with Syracuse No matter what happens now been chasing Yankee) gold so
Hale built his National
The lean Queenslander, win- bound' also a more than adept fielder track I'm marked as the greediest, long he also has picked up
Invitation Tournament Dreadnaught
In Poll
ner of his two singles matchesIn ) Dally drills will continue at most selfish guy In the world." American slang expressions
Miami basketball team almost team was to have tangled with ,
loss of the Davis
the 3-2 Cupto workouts
from scratch. Henley Field. Most Hillsborough Terriers todayat Bavasl, still in Los Angeles, Palmer! the sport's all-time
the United States last December will at 10 a.m. with Sun. is be
begin "fit tied"
reportedly to byKourax' leading money winner who seta
said he turned down a pro The team that shattered the day mornings a bit later. Thereis Lakeland Senior High By BEN OLAN 591 to Alabama and then claim and a source record winning mark of $128.-

offer of $50,000 for 30 months college scoring record was built no admission charge for track. Associated Press Sport Writer whipped Tennessee 4238. The close to the Dodger front office 230 last year, has caused some
Emerson and Ken Fletcher, around the one regular returning either the practice sessions or The meet was to have begunat Michigan' Wolverines moved Wildcats have won 21. said the fuming general man- ,concern to through Ar-
the third ranked Aussie, both from the 1962-63 team that however 3;30 p.m. at the Lakeland Into the behind sweep
the squad games. Fans runner-up position I Duke Wichita and Oregon ager planned to fly to Vero nle's-Army because of his failure .
were barred from the Austra- won 23 games. But what a man requested to remain track Lakeland won its first .all-conquering UCLA in State followed holding
are Kentucky Beach Wednesday to have it out to win a tournament ID far
lian Davis Cup team by the -Rick Barry, one of the most effective off the playing field and the dual meet by defeating King The Associated Press major-: their position in the same with his star pitcher. this year.

Lawn Tennis Association of front court players and I dugout area.WASHINGTON. last week. college basketball poll today. order as last week.
Australia because Ignoreda one of the most prolific scorers UCLA 398
they piled up points on However Davidson's 81-82 set
ruling about playing overseas in the nation. 38 votes for first place and two back by Virginia Military resulted Sooners' Wilkinson

prior to March 31.WEDNESDAY. The Hurricanes swept to Senate Probe On Title For second from the 40 regional in a shuffle In the final I
20 victories against six defeats selectors participating In the four place in the Top Ten. The
with the 200-pound, 6-7 Barry Begins Politickingarea.
NIGHT''HOTUNif next-to-last poll of the season. Wildcats from Davidson N.C.
I hitting 32.1 points a game and Duke and Oregon State collected tumbled Into the 10th spot while

the team scoring at a 96.1 clip.I. Bout Promotion Delayedtrust the remaining first place Villanova, DePaul and Loyolaof NORMAN Okla. wi "You But until he quit a* football
Hale has taken the Hurricanes votes. The final poll will be Chicago each climbed one 'don't have to tell me who you coach at the University of

'to post-season tournaments the taken next week. notch, to seventh, eighth and'are, Bud" said a woman in a Oklahoma and launched his political

'last four years out of five. When I (AP) A and Monopoly subcommittee Kentucky Third ninth, respectively. I supermarket, one hand clutchedto campaign for the Republican
he arrived basketball was an start this weekon after the civil rights fight Michigan switched places the handle of a grocery cart. nomination for the U. S.
/ obscure small-time sport at Mi planned investigation of an has been settled. with Kentucky' Wildcats The The Top Ten, with first place And a man around retirmen Senate he had never visited the
a Senate votes in parentheses and
points ,
ami. Wolverine had 322 and age asked, "Can a Democratvote Panhandle.
deal between The fight hearings will be points
Wilt AFFECT YOUHUFI t : Although It has taken giant unusual promotional heavyweight boxing held against the background of Kentucky 300 on a basis of 10 on a 10-18-7-8-5-4-3-2-I basis: for you?" I Wilkinson chose to launch his

strides, the team still has no Casslus Clay and ex- proposed legislation designed to for a first place vote, I for second 1. UCLA (38)) 398 These and other residents ohe campaign in the Panhandle and

I fieldhouse. It practices in a champion Liston has run place) big time professional box- etc. The balloting was 2. Michigan 3221 I Oklahoma seemeds lest Impressed northwest because the area has

!'shabby little 'armory and plays champ roadblock.Sonny 'Ing under tough federal policingby based on games through last 3. Kentucky 3001 1 with Issue than with one of the largest concentrationsof
its In the Miami Beach Into a I lame of the handsome visitor
games a national boxing commissioner. Saturday. 4. Duke (1) 273 registered Republican voters
I auditorium or convention hall I Delayed UCLA lifted Its record to 24-0 5. Wichita 209 :who told each person he met whose support he needs to

Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., Broad Powers last week by defeating Washington 8. Oregon State (I) 203 Til appreciate your vote." win the nomination.
announced Monday he will have and Washington State. Michigan 7. Villanova 125 Charles (Bud) Wilkinson's record When the silver haired. 47-
The official would have broad
'I to delay the hearings until after beat Illinois for a 19-3 8. DePaul 941 I during 17 years as the na year-old Wilkinson reaches to
I to check Into
Scratching the Senate finishes its forthcoming powers] between the agreements of mark while Kentucky lost its 9. Chicago Loyola 81 I on'. wlnningest football coach put on 4 pair of thick, black-

debate on the civil rights rival boxers between camps boxers third lame of the campaign, 65- 10. Davidson 44 1 made him well known in the rimmed glasses, there's a
I hear- startling resemblance between
the Clay-Llston
bill. Thus
and "hidden" and to
forCASH won't begin for Urn and the man he wants to
ings probably combat underworld infiltration
several weeks or month we elected president of the
of the boxing business.
Hart acid the probe United States this year. Arizona -
The legislation was suggested
"one of the first orders Sen. Barry Goldwater.
will be
? several years ago by the late
Senate Antl- His backers concede that
of business" for his Sen; Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., Wilkinson's fame as a football

and the idea was revived after coach can't do anything, but
To get the family's new Spring Kathleen Lists Clay dethroned Liston a week help.

outfits to ago tonight. Jusl HowdyOn
gel going on the
home First Golf Meet Hart had expected a lull In his second day on the

Improvement project Ihot'sb.en Senate business which would campaign trail, he seemed con

waiting for good MULBERRY Kathleen Senior let him Conduct hearings Thurs- tent to make his Initial venture

weather to put all High School golf team was day and Friday, with Liston and =r into politics simply a "how

your monthly payments to have opened its season at 3 Clay among the witnesses.But dy" affair.
p.m. today in a three-way match, his announcement said h* He avoided political contra
Into one) aiy-to-han- (J with Lake Wales and Mulberryat !has learned he probably will be versy in his speeches and when

die account? Whenever the MC course In Mulberry. refused permission to conduct he did volunteer to answer

you NEED CASH, Members of the Kathleen golf,any hearings while the Senate questions, it was rare when Issues

for any worthwhile team are Don .Jacoby Freddie pursues a schedule of early. were Injected Into the
Decatur Jimmy Davis and starting sessions to clear the meetings.
reason call or stop In to talk It for the civil rights debate + rte pan '
Gregory Jackson, all sophomores way W, 3a P, J His campaign day started before -
over. You'll like our fast, friendly, and Terry Hall and Hal'l dawn and lasted until long

confidential service. ry Miller, both )Juniors. after dark. He drank gallons of

the only returnee from last coffee.
NOW MUCH CAN YOU USE? year's team. "I'm a conservative," he repeated

MOIIhI P..tnll far Glenn Reed Is xoachlng the at each stop. His great
cash COMMERCIAL Red Devil linksters. concern he added, Is: "Does

; oulet 24 Ne. !!Me.: 12 MO.: Kathleen will host Lake Wale man belong to the state or Is

'lOa -- =10.7. CREDIT and Mulberry at 3 'p.m. Friday the state the servant of the peo-

IO.U ID the first home match of the eoLS..e pie.
200 flU flU9 the C rpenter' Home sr Th..,e e.Arwa.a_ N.fR pr.seewv Whatever the outcome Wilkinson
season at n. .
800 11.79 21.88 80.21 ". ..>....... v. M Vimwflt ,...
28.98 40.06 LOANS INC. course. ... Lou" Of. "..._. M.oo says he won't go back to
I ,400 IUS Wbhta N*. Ton eR M.OX coaching if he fails to win a
I .
42.66 69.sa IUI* M >4.Km
i4 600 8U9 TWO UNSIGNED i ** n.. oi.-,N ..I* (*tlI two-year term In the Senate.

LOANS UP TO MOO FORT LAUDERDALE a.M,n_"1.{..Co... .,".e.,,._.. .. ... The seat he seeks is held by

I (AP)-Pitchers Jim Bouton York and lo.a.M*9fnm f T..M OJ urtu**/.MNM.UM 1C*.nW Nm. ..._1 THI WINNING' BRUINS ME ON WINNING G.il GoooXck (IS) .f the UCU Iraim Min tko former mundson Gov who J. Howard Ed-to
Hal RenUf were the New |1 was appointed
2407 S. FLORIDA AVENUE Yankees' unsigned players UCLA'01. .., wflll IfOuntvd fell MM hike. Don I"1 ((2JI .' the Uolvomlr If Cohfomio I In Lot A...... .kit night .. UCLA the Senate after the death of
only ..
.. .
today after utility Infielder Phil p ......01 t.. W w_,_HUM. KIe.V.nr M. MOM4 ta IStfc victory0* h wlrtn ens *.w. .f Mrfoct rajvbr. _..... Tko Imlm. wo. Democratic Sen. Robert S.Kerr .

Lakeland Phone MU 6-6166 .Ira accepted 1964 contract N.':i....enw.IOM. tl. .M.It. 17-17, with Cooo'dcb. koo1!"* the smash wish his 31 ,...t.. Oriun In the owtMi eve UCLA' Wets whoce term was to expireIn

: terms Monday L'MAY... ass:A Ha AffOel, ,.',,,. :a. I H.iiorJ. loft, sod c....... Well" ((44) .f C.Ii.....!.. (A' WmoKoro). I 1968.Full .

,. jti j 1\''d

i I

SPORTS OF THE TIMES d (Kathleen Quintet To Test Hornets Eye Tuesday LAKELAND, March. 1,1H4 LEDGER 13

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ADateWith ;Top-Ranked Riviera Beach Playoff Tilt I BOWLING

Coach Don Miller's Kathleen field ..., and Bill Whitman R1. OUIINS CL i.ie

Destiny Senior High Red Devils will Rick Lee ..., I is center, while HAINES CITY The Halnei I. iakalan D..* WOW IF LOST**
have their for them Mike and Wilf I. M. .. O. P.uC. ss 'Ma.
work cut out Higgins 8-3. San.
City High School Hornet, fresh slaw ,..... I......... .. 44
when they face the Riviera lingo 6-0, man the guard slots 4. a.A7l 1/051,55 4740 4441
I Beach Hornet at I p.m. Fridayin I Riviera Beach only defeat from their Group 14 tournament i Noh". 0..... 1..'.,...... Ann Mal.rise. .

By ARTHUR DALEY packs a day and on occasionslike I the opening round of the Class'was at the hands of Seacrest victory are drilling for the MISS' 120.e.rl55 '001''.,....,. Lau atilt

hid rbi {hark tmin a baseball meeting where A, Region 4 high school basketball -'55.38. The Hornets walked away Class A. Region 4 opener at 7:30: ":N,ill Taam ......, Lok.'..* Orua,

the TAMPA The clubhouse you sit up half the night I tournament at Riviera with the Suncoast Conference p.m. Friday In Riviera Beach "N,.,ah Taim lariat, UU farm In.

the door was flung open and out probably smoked three or four Beach ille The Hornets will face Hollywood ......... 5550.no.

Golf lumbered the Big Bear Fred packs. It was getting so ridiculous The Hornets of Coach Mickey, The Hornets have averaged Chaminade in the Region oases

Hutchmson He strode Into that I Just quit cold. Neal are one of the top ranked,better than 80 point per game 4 lid-lifter. Mil Ann, rheum Marrtan*.. 110 till SIT,
aI- the sunshine for the start of "A little before Christmasmy high school quintets in the statein 'as a team The starting five ITS OAKICSJuay
throat was sore and I all classes. Riviera Beach will Coach Joel Willis' Maine
floatbe. the Cincinnati Red's spring have all scored more than 300 Wlun IMl Ann HarrHan,
training exercises and his jaw rubbed my hand against it. put a 25-1 record on the line points each this season Whitman .I City quintet by winning the 111 Lau II,II: ,111, .Ua Armtlrano,
cledired jutted defiantly I felt a node and I saw a a. tun, compared to Kathleen 616 has the best average at two Group 14 tournament con 5101 Stan 01,55 1'*

he doctor. He thought It mightbe mark 16.4 with Lee following at 143Kathleen' tests, will carry an 8-11 record 11111. _too. IU"ILdM
ame Well. said putting his an Infection and said to Kathleen earned the berth In Into the two-day meet. The
defiance Into words "I madeIt scoring centers Hoi nets finished their South.
roke wait a week. It still bothered the regional playoffs with Its
around Stan The
here In time just as I saidI west Florida conference season
stunning of Auburndaleand
and I brotherBillhe's upsets
'54000villr would"Two phoned my senior center has 228 points In
x Barlow In the IS with all mark.
a in Seattle Group alasKING
22 for It.4
months this indomitable outings a per game
ago -and he had me come out meet this past weekend. Riviera average, The only others with Louis Witcher and Fred Com

r .t nouncement-he man made the an. there. That's when we discovered SCHOOLS FIRST TROPHY Cxch John Wick, riihl, Beach swept through the I more than 100 points are Tony larato are Haines City's leading

:avrOne ingly casual about was It-that agonize he what It really was. basketball coach .f Sonto Fo High School iroMnti the lint iDirtatrophy Group at II tournament with ease I Silver, 182; captain John Gal. scorers. a+
"ort Lauderdale
would be hand to It was like having the rug over won by the cheat t* Fcrhor T o".1 lures ,rtiidtntf I. loway, 141; and Dink Rhodes, Chamlnade defeated Miami d
and his on assume yanked out from under you." Sarii Fl High School Mocks Crlmiori Hawk wee the Grout The Hornets list one of the tall .137. LaSalle to capture the Group U

iUS, the first managerial Redleg squad chores when If Hutch is alarmed he II. Clou C basketball tourniy end will com or. Friday .|.iniCodor > est starting fives In state prep As a team the Red Devils are title Saturday night The Lions
report hides it well. He didn't win circles Forwards are Bill Stans are led by Bob
Chit, ed. So he kept his date with the nickname of Old Stoneface Key I 15 on. optnin* puma of the Clod C, I..i... III tovrnoyt lilting at a 46,2 per game clip. The Haines DePathy.Chaminade
:;enn destiny But he had made this Hawthorn. (Ldgor photo ky ..,.;..11. McDonald and forward Ralph
undeservedly. He handled the Three contest will be followed by the
---- Players Harden are Kathleen's two tall.
challenging promise Immediately first workout In Just about the Kathleen. Riviera Beach tilt.

trllfed. after he had receivedthe same fashion as he always did Key To Hawks est players at 6-4 Rhodes and The two winners play at 8 p.m.
I Mike Hardee forwards and both
chilling news that he had In the past and even his address FISHING-HUNTING Saturday for a berth in the state
foot I even are the only other
of the chest. The doctors
of welcome the squadwas NHL playoffs at Gainesville.
rain to Flag Drive
cautiously termed it "a ; Red Devils who reach the 6-footmark
and described as "routine. Warm Weather .
ma'ignancy! But the painfully "TRY
His illness not even mentioned .
rse. ( ) Sharpshooters No matter what the outcome
honest and forthright .y Th. AI..... fftntNT
Stan Miklta, Bobby of Friday night contest Kath Cullf .hnnvIm
Pied Hutch didn't shitly shally. He MONICA J
"I can do anything I want" Hull and Ken Wharram are leen has .th. IIT LM Ani.t''i knocked .u''
pac already a ... ,
bluntly called it "cancer. Means Molmin. 111. l.n O ... C.! I.. EDWARD7
I to he said "The only differenceis Fishing Ing the Chicago Black Hawks to school first by advancing furih 8.
"I feel fine he said with TOKYO .. M.oul.. few,
that I have to guard against their most lucrative National cr In the playoffs than any other P., .. ; .,.:: M.ko54 W.585.I. Am.1/ca'a Lawa1 Setting Cgar
his crooked
grin "but ,
Bode my fatigue because if I get poopedout Hockey League season. team In the school history s4e---- .-!, -
golf has been Freddie lousy'Fearless looked In the next few months Well well! Two warm days In a row! Yesterday was the Mikita Hull and Wharram Saturday night's trophy was the

itee fine. He made it to Tampa this thing will be much harderto warmest of the year Maybe we're finally going to get some have combined for 107 goals and first ever won by a Red Devil
was combat" normal Florida weather are running 12-4 In the individual cage team.
with a week to spare dawdling a change

Pole'on. the about ballplayers the links to to show wait for laughing Hutch boy never but has his sense been of a However it is to be noted while we're waxing enthusi figures scoring from race NHL headquarters according to LOOK!

12 up. astic about the rise in temperatures, March IS the windy today.
humor is acute and his smilesare '
He has finished the radiological
treatments for the present treasured by those on month and those conditions of course, will influence your The trio's production and Kathleen Scoring 60FALCONS
f and !is awaiting his periodical whom they are bestowed. He fishing Glenn Halls excellent goal M....... .. .... .. na II 'T II its
have made this Chicago 5,,1... .. .. .. .. }l II JI |02
did louder than normal
He check-ups with fatalistic calm laugh I Yesterday for example although one of our best 0.11_.1 .. ..... .. U 41 II 141Koan w 'U
. though, when he spotted an temper team the wlnnlngest In the ... .... .. .. 11 41 )* 117
Cln "I had to hang around Seattle W.lis ... ....,.. ..
he advertisement In the Sporting ature-wise for months was no day to be out In a boat. We club's history The Hawks' 4-3 Cion. .. ....... 11 10 IIaaaar From
on. for said
two weeks .55
.. .. .. ... 11 JI 71
the speaking as detachedly as if )News the baseball trade paper came around the north end of Lake Boney and the waves were victory over Montreal Sundaywas "araan .. ....... .. 11 1? 14 II
their 33rd of the season, ".'ton .. .. .. .. |0 i 1 II 795
six he were talking about some It read: running like it was the Gulf. 1 s
"Situation sought-bullpen surpassing last year's previous lEi .< :... ,: .,, { 4 4
one else, "for the X ray pictures But when It.s at least bank ( 5
warm can enjoy
Atten- you or pier high by one.Chicago 4 I J
me to tell if this damn thing operator experienced. Dov.' .. .. .. .
tive observer open-mouthed fishing. And we've had some mighty fine bank fishing reports which never has wona
ver Is or regressing. ii
Fortunately it has been regressing admirer of skillful baseball lately. You may recall we wrote some week back about league championship, Is tied T.e,.,Avafan. -41.i palntt par eamt...
." Often effective imitator of big for first place with the Cana ,Inalud,_._.d.,11.7155...u. 0.It.thrauih e.."'_'./JI". Flar-
It diens. Each has 77 !d._c.......... IU _
team pointsbut
league pitchers. was
There hoarsenessIn T.MP" uv T1e55. 1Wude.rdal. M..h .. 5554. ....
was a new MIS Ilds Its
..... .... ... ,
signed: "Jim Brosnan. oils p. low. II M .1 we C IN a..14 sets. I 18 P4 Montreal has two more
his voice but he Is the nwm riM, 0.1* m, March In ..... 1II ..... FHA VA 310 No. Florida Aye.
Brosnan, an author and literary games to play than the Hawks. -

pounder same powerfully he s always built been.220- burr had been a relief Norman Bennett of The Ledger's advertising staff and his I MORTGAGE LOANS Lakeland
for Hutch at the start Ct
"I can't shout any more" trip to Lake Okeechobee where he and his party fished from Dave Wlckersham and Orlando FLORIDA
of last season but had been Pena led the Kansas C 1 .
he said. Again there was the the bank of the river where it Into ypitchers 'tinvici is. ou. .OUIINIH".
the lake and
traded to the White Sox and goes got 101 t "a AMh
in victories last seaSeon .. I
crooked grin as he added n MU Sass' L kfl *
later released. There weren't their limits of good speckled In hour and I
"and that should please a lot perch Just an a half each getting 12. 1
many people in baseball whom Then talked .._>- -- ------ -'
of people Just yesterday, we to Alvin Walker also a n
Irs 'dLdGWYw..iW lliA1.i m- 4gke ; ;
Brosnan admired fully But ....,, tl1Yw
Ledger staffer and found his brother Y +w .a +
de. As he chatted away In Charlie had gone down
or seemingly carefree fashion he Hutch is one of them. fished from the bank and got his limit in sn hour or so and

tere'li assumed the normal man In fact this is such a complete they were also, good sized specks Alvin say*. _

agerial pose of both hands knows man him that holds everyone him In who the Other Lakelanders have also made that trip recently and TUNE-UP SPECIAL !
Jammed in the back pocket have all had similar luck.
highest esteem. Fighter that They say this kind of fishing is beginning
of his uniform breeches. This
too he is, Hutch Is facing his new to slow down now but limits are still being taken In an
there Is
je- time, though a slight
est and greatest battle unflinching hour or so and it has been going on for the past three week
difference. The pockets were
'ry and unafraid. Bros or more ...
The last time he wre
toor.- empty Tune for -
nan once wrote that Huch had They leave Lakeland early and arrive and start up now a
a uniform a pack of cigarettes fishing at f ..
an "inner power. It Is now daybreak for two reasons to "in line"
er- was In each pocket. : get a place and so
glowing with a luminescent they their limits and be back home smoothrunning engine .
be "I've quit smoking and this can get Just after noon ,

for silly thing had nothing to do flameWomen's. Another bank tisnlng spot that has been hot lately for

with !it," he said speaking of 1' some weeks now in fact is the canal on the north end of Lake An engine in tune gives you smooth, steady N <::) '

ng the cancer as if It were a pet. Golf Parker Up near where the old Polk City road goes past the
.and better mileage too Using. the most .
:ht ty annoyance like common newly-created Lake Crago and the big sign tells of the reclamation power. r

he cold. "About the middle of Group MeetsMembers of land by the mining company those canal banks have modern equipment, our trained expert check 1iJ 7 ..
as December-that was before I been lined with people every time we passed and we've seen and set points,check the timing, generator charg i.:
soup even knew I had this-I decided of the Cleveland ;
some very good strings of speck
log rate, fuel pump, battery, radiator and
that I was smoking too air'i"
Heights Women's Golf Assocla Of course even in March not every day Is too windy to L- ---
much I smoked at least two cleaner-then tighten manifold.For best perform- -
ion will hold their monthly din. go out on a lake and then there are always the protected

.et ne ner meeting tonight at the Cleveland shores. The fish are biting in these places too, as all report once and economy, bring your car in for a tune- 1j

3.. Mulberry Loop Heights golf clubhouse.Mrs. have Indicated up today. 1

| Slates The latest one we have just In yesterday, comes from Mrs.
lie1h Meeting Olive Smith winner of 4 or 6 Cyl. 8.Cyt. (
Jeanne Specht of Hank' Fish Camp on Lake Van north of
the club handicap tourney for Core Con pa
MULBERRY An orgsnllallonal Auburndale Mrs Specht saysSpecks : 1 1
'il.ar meeting for the Mul- women will be presented witha

berry Pony League baseball trophy at tonight's session. Are $&45 $79 : enos
program la slated for Ham. The Woman Association Is

Saturday at Mulberry restau- beginning qualifying for the club speckled perch are still biting in Lake Van a* the taus

rant here. championship tourney for worn enclosed snapshot will verify. Mr and Mrs Clark Gillis of PARTS PARTS
The Is for In
league boys
Auburndale are shown with part of their catch taken on
Golfers will from
the 13-14 age bracket and living len. Missouri minnows
In Mulberry, Medulla now until Sunday for the tourney .
Bradley and Willow Oak. AU All women seeking to qual- "Most everyone who has gone out on the lake this past = CHASSIS LUBE SPECIAL

tof, adults interested In assisting ify must play their qualifying week has had good luck with the specks Nobody has caughta

ofo In the program are eligible to round with another Association tagged fish a* yet, so they are ALL in there Just waiting!I"

attend. Those adults desiring member A complete chassis lubrication with PURE

I trs. to sponsor a team should con Flights for match play will be Golden Grease. All fittings lubricated accord

tact Bob Butler at HA S-2468. based on qualifying scores On our desk yesterday morning we found a copy of the .'

18 March Issue of the Elk's magazine opened to an article about iZ ing to manufacturer's recommendations.

sturgeon fishing In northwest Florida in the Appalachlcola '
I River Just below the Jim Woodruff Dam. The note said "For

's fK your information" I

r Well we wrote about that fishing from that very spot,
fan last August as some of you may recall. But we may have i -

to played it down a bit because we were more interested at Only

the moment in the fishing for striped bass In the same waters

7to t If we did play it down It was unintentional, for the sturgeon

of course do grow a lot bigger than the stripers up to

k- "no more than 1,000 pounds" according to the article We saw I .,

a several photos of fish that went well over 100 pounds in a fish

'n camp there. There' no question about It-they are the largestof SEAT COVERSChoose

toe, numbers fresh water game fish and they ARE there in large

l- It's about a 350 mile drive to Chattahoochee where the

It fishing Is Last year some 250 of the fish were landed the \ Choose from many colors, designs Special
II largest to date there I II a 420 pounder and the "season' is
and materials. .
Smartly tailored
It : ff' ., from April through mid-September-it was at its peak last "C. "e
fabrics. Colorful durable
year when we were there the first week in August $1195
plastic and fibers Expert custom

a-e I Lakeland Plays I'Kathleen Drills fit. Protect installation upholstery assures, dress perfect up

e 1 At Tampa Plant your carl
For Track Opener I.
of.l TAMPA La lei.nd'. Dread --

lII naught were to have played Twenty.four candidates are R

r this their afternoon first district at Tampa baseball Plant'sbasebell game drilling for a six.meet Kathleen PRICES GOOD THRU FRI. MARCH 6

Ie field when they laced Senior High School track ached T

e the Panthers here. ule which get under way Top Value USE YOUR PURE CREDIT CARD -

The Dreadnaughts bowed to Thursday, March U, at Lake PURE OR LOCAL FINANCING

'- area w Chamberlain 2-1. Friday in Wales. ; Stalnp

,rr their first game of the season- The schedule includes, be- !
Western Conference r
a affair.
sides the opening meet Lake i

They play their first home Vales, March 19, 7 p.m., there; :
tame-also a conference game
,Lakeland Citrus Invitation, '
s t Jefferson.Friday at Henley Field against ,March 28 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., I OPEN 1'T

here City' Championship April I 1 I y 1
s Four players from the Dread. 24
2, 430; p.m., here, Barlow April i
naught basketball team-Ken 9, 7 pm, there; April 23.
j jI
ny Deal Joe Shelnut Hank there
) Bolding yesterday and Ricky for Peick practice.-reported I Martin Mill. Kathleen athletic PURE OIL Service City

5 WILCOMI GlfT-Mn. Mary I. tUckMy. as .*""* baseball District games will be playedon director i II coaching the aTAntPS

lie, and Fbria $..* ", ColU** CMC H.I S-.rrtr try we Tuesdays and conference track team. IOUTH FLORIDA AND CRHAP/McDONAlD STRUT,f HONE Mil 2-7151

1 else MW mtwnotf .tefcmt "' .c i... eke pave. the M. c.w.... She games on Fridays The team ... ..""Slnn: .Mm.r a U auar M.n Sa'ouratTuntar : !

h rfiiMtaf .f the c.II.,.'. .--...! 'M..4. C..ck Smilrily .. eke with the best district won.lost' 0...... Tan.. "....... ...ao. i

I nochiM' t, ".ac.II.,,' for early seises b.ttisp s-ncNc slier ewe mark will face the Ocala district KrftJ? sss ..h._". *e...
ahn E.n.. ... ..... ....hI PURE OIL Service PlazaI
t relort J
"tc ..s are I* ih.,.." Th robe cen ah. throw ...."' HII to winner in a brief series II..J Lm.n.lii. Tool fcr_.. PIt.... .j
.. ..... ,_ ,.. ,
C.m.1.usell1.u. a s4 Han 5 J
'MUtn cad left flies to eke ...,. .M- The Macs epee the .... for the right to compete in the A JN1 r S .
: w..r
here S......, with the U../0....!, 54 *Ierift.I Florida State Class AA tourney..::::; 1.. .aft. / J -

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LAHF LAND LEDGER, Tuesday. March S. 1N4 Oaltlh- 1

Andrews Back At Old i NANCV ARK WB SET

I :

Studio For Another FilmBy TONIGHT BOY 1

,_ t. SET THE!'
BOB THOMAS He read a best-selling book on TABLE .n.r
AP Movie-Television Writer how to make a mint in the real 1

HOLLYWOOD (AP) It was estate market and decided to I\\

an event marked with sentimentfor try It"One.

Dana Andrews. He was backat day I came home and _
the Goldwyn studio where he told my wife I had Just invested

got his start in films exactly 25 $300,000 In a piece of property,"

years ago. hit said "Mary went crazy.

He hadtet his hair resume its 'How can you do that?' she said .

natural silver for his role in 'If we lose that, we'll have notlv e'

John Sturges' "Satan Bug." But ing' o "rt 4 .l mrme /nsNuwAntsn aMLYNfRECAIL! ,, Gv
otherwise he semed little The $300,000 Investment returned -| errtt O

changed from the handsome a S1SO.000 profit, he said arYCtM !-- '>

Texas lad who got his start in He was off and running So far, WHAT HAPPENED 1 1d
,: 'iC) ME9
The Westerner" with Gary he has launched seven large ,r

Cooper and Walter Brennan.. operations, the biggest being al
$2'/4 million complex of 12 buildIngs a
It was on the Goldwyn lot that
In nearby Garden Grove,
Dana made such successes as r l 0t'
"Best Years of Our Lives' and which Is finishing this month. J .i f. U. O e
Dana didn't go about his new o o
"My Foolish Heart. But he is // ONE1
interest haphazardly. He took t 'b I Gba
not one for much reminiscence 4 Cd
four real estate courses In the
The present looks good to him,
University of California exteiv
not to mention the future. I'
uon I'N
The reason for Ms optimistic h,'M .5 ; ..,t /r.

outlook Is his second professionthat '+
of real estate operator Polio Drive iy r
He may well be the wealthiest ; r
union head In the world he's laei\TC Me.MAN
; # 1 1r' ; GIDDYIioWb -- ,
Guild president of the Screen Actors To Get Sugar *u Do I JUST RASIDEcc LAiD: AFiP4& :

'It all started In 1960," he recalled From Raids L THAT :: /vV NOSE

"I was paying most of AND GAVE WfTH
what I earned In taxes." a A NOD

Plans are being made to'donate vm rYe Q .

Grtve Park sugar confiscated during moon ,..... '. :0 !tO' -
Shopping Center shine raids to "Operation Sugar
l ; .
: .
1v, r Lump," an anti-polio drive be- :..
Box Office ginning March 8.
Op.", I24S: The sheriffs office says bulk

NOW found around Illegal stills .
sugar .:=;. Mrl to
SHOWINGShew..5 will be swapped to various restaurants .
I :00 for lumps of sugar
I :11-5:21 used in administering Sabin

7115-9:44 oral vaccine ANDY LAt* VNEVE KNOWNV THE REf 'At J't.a..Lw"t'..

10 NOMINATED ACADEMY AWARDSI FOR Polio free drive sugar sponsors will lower estimatethe the THERESA MAILHOT, 19-year-old St. '.te."r.. brunette, EACH OTHER fORTVENTY JVlS BACK T' ME

cost of administering the vaccine will .bo o contestant in the Citrus Queen contort to .bo held In .RS'OW COULD YER ASK A S/LLY/

by about $2,000 Winter Hers neat week She I li .pOII.or." .by the Gtootot St. CLOBBER AN OLD QuES fION...! t y
"BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR! Ptttrtburg Chamber of Commorce..

'BEST ACTORI-"BEST? I,OIRECTOol'a.wlIPA Re..4mhew Breeding animal output in the fC fL KE 5 p h

'O/IK MM Curies AwA5on United States is 90 per cent TMATero \

greater than In 1919-1921.I WORRY CLINIC


Movies You'll Enjoy More Housewife WorriedFor Ij-1*

At The Lsxurlous ..
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JEaowNtowN No Real Reason 1!

I By George W. Crane Ph.D. M.D.
t ,
Anne Baxter Getting Used

I OPEN 12:45 I II CASE S-402: Betty G, aged This column alone, for ex- I

i W I I NOW SHOWING I I 35 wife, Is mentioned the supposedly yesterday.sterile ample, contains the essential 4 To Civilization's Luxury

facts from a dozen courses In
GREGORYTONYPECK A year has now passed sinceI The
told her the simple facts psychology at the state university r r : HOLLYWOOD (AP) Anne Having lived In two wildernesses -
/CURTIS r Baxter's adventurous marriedlife the
A.NI(.At1.11 LSHeT MU.N about preg- actress now finds
nancy.Listen As both a physician and has led her back to the per herself in deepest Bel-Air. She

NEXT ATTRACTION BEl to her report: psychologist I offer you a"smorgasbord" Stars ils of civilization is surprised to learn that the
"Dr Crane," ttit has adjusted with no problems
"WHO'S BEENSLEEPING she spoke exultantly menu of helpful "It all comes back to me"

spa tfittM*COLOR- "I be- educational data, plus va- she remarked. "I find I can diala
IN MY BED" ANGIE DICKINSON came pregnant ? rious nonprofit booklets. Impel telephone with no difficulty-
within two So Imitate the dentists, I and none of this nonsense about

BOBBY DARINQ months just by medics and clergymen who ,dt/ In digit dialing. I still use prefixes

)r following the have their secretaries By Carroll (lighter I can use the phone to order
EXTRA simple l technique scrapbook delicacies from the
p wE.IN rNaoi these cases for a practical I History
; Llston-Cloy you out- volume on Applied Psy store. It's amazingly simple"Switch
"" By THE
HeavyweightChampionship ASSOCIATED PRESS
'vet DR. CRANE chology. Not Last
I had Today U Tuesday, March 3.1
A1rTRilcTTeeI.M'e Fight Picture! been childless for 12 years! TUESDAY the 63rd day of 1964. There are The return to the Hollywood

Th. Niche "And my Identical twin sister Will MARCH 3, 1964 303 days left in the year Is the latest switch In Annes

T. t5 oaf Te Menial who also never could Giddings GENERAL TENDENCIES: quire investigation can be Today's highlight in history: marriage to rancher Randolph

have a baby during her 10 Address Retired You now find you are able handled wisely now Take the On the date In 1863, the Con Galt, and she indicated it won't

I y Ir. years of marriage, is now to penetrate into anything time to assist those who are 'gressional Medal of Honor was be the last

pregnant and due to deliverin Persons GroupErnest that you do not, understandjust In need This adds much to awarded for the first time It "We have rented a house here

LAST NITEI a couple of months. by being quiet for a in prestige and own sense of well went to six enlisted men who for a year," she said. "We're

AT ':M WITH" A "For f told her about your Giddings of Washington tie while and listening to the being. were members of a raiding party renting because we don't know
PARTIAL RIPIATNowise II suggestions and gave her that director of legislation for Voice of your Intuitive Perception CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to that penetrated the Confed how long we will stay There is

AT its newspaper booklet on 'Preg the American Association of Retired All that may have Jan. 20) You can count on crate lines for 200 miles and no pattern" and that's the way I
nancy' been disturbing upsetting or tried to destroy railroad i l like It.
"II t Persons and the National that good friend who is usually
.cot.osAT "We are both so very Retired Teachers Association confusing to you can be re- reticent about helping bridges, and tracks between After her 1960 marriage the

: .Tri\ grateful as I'm sure thousands will address a vealed but you have to be you In an effort to Increaseown Chattanooga and Atlanta The Oscar winner ("The Razors
of other wives must meeting of the willing to slow down your earning power. Show raid had been made a year ear- Edge" 1946) went to live onGait's

be." Lakeland Chapter a pace to do so. that you are deserving. Get lier by 20 men, all of whom 34000-acre cattle ranchat
WILLIAM MOLOIN of the AARP ARIES (March 21 to April on the beamlAQUARIUS! were captured Giro Station, 180 miles from

"EXECUTIVE SUITE" This( newspaper actually tomorrow. 19)) Much study of, and con- (Jan. 21 On this date Sydney Australia There she
to Feb.
serves as your local "Univer The meeting w versation with, associates reveals did her own housework and
19)) By that
using natural
-. sky In Print. will be held at just what the future has Ingenuity In 1791, the District of Colum reared her daughter, Katrina,
\ It offers a daily educational the Munn Houseof I In store Handle them more credit and you prestige can improve More bia was established under frontier conditions

curriculum during all the 92 the FloridaPresbyterian Intelligently Remember that conventionality is now. In 1849, the territorial gov- S Years la Australia
LAST NITS! 411wiry. adult years of your lives personal as well as businesslife Be loyal to necessary. ernment of Minnesota was established -
AT TOO: AND seas: higher-ups and Anne spent three In
For most of you stop school Hornet 777 depends on cooperation. years
"TOBACCO ROAD"DANA by the age of 18 and never Lakeside ,Ave, TAURUS (April 20 to May very respectful, admiring. In 1913 the first session of the ;Australia, returning for occasional .
ANOniWt attend a formal classroom PISCES (Feb. 20 to March Alaska Legislature acting jobs and to give
20) A more Ideal method of was
3 convened
beginning at -
oh why. didn't session thereafter GIDDINGS 20)) You can accomplish a .birth 1 to daughter Melissa A
ALIO AT 0:41 ONLY pkk" ME fur mo choruo line o'clock A social operating brings you the assistance ,
"CLAUDELlE INGUSH"LAST S.. no In,.." In the But your education does not hour beginning at 2 o'clock will and cooperation of great deal In the world of In 1931, "The Star Spangled'i year ago she came back here
18 does it? business, creativity, today. for the arrival of third daughter .
...A'N GLAMOROUSHOLIDAY stop at preceed the meeting James H.' all partners easily now Listen Banner" was made the official a
I Not at all, for the newspaper to the Some Garner the information you I national anthem I Maginel This time she
ON ICE offers you the latest ter Bishop is president of the chap chance remark competition.can clarify need first from right sources.A In 1945 the U.S. 9th and Canadian -[didn't return to Australia

iiIiIi& OF 1964 facts about psychology and Important matters letter can bring fine ideas, 1st armies joined forces Gait had bought a new ranch

.I MM n MMterly" AinmyMUCH medicine, finance and home Giddings will speak on "Na- GEMINI (May 21 to June information.IF as German troops fled In full near Grants N.M., a 17000-

LAST NITI I 10 Mini 10 economics, political science tional Legislation of Particular 21) By finding a new modus YOUR CHILD IS BORN retreat all along the Rhine River acre spreadAfter .
ALL COLON- PltOOIIAKTO 1100 I WITH COMEDY ITS LOADED and the stock market. Importance to Older Citizens," operandi your special skills TODAY be or she will be during World War II. several months of the

"CHARADE"CAHV TAMPA-TICKITt n. Hnterly ON" SALt ArawryT In addition, It adds enter and he will conduct a question- can be brought to the fore one of those remarkable peo- 'III' [ranch life in New Mexico the
I Oar Jw.Irr.N.n pia. tainment via the comics and and-answer session at the close pie who can easily understand Ten .. Gaits concluded It was Impractical .
with fine results following. years ago chief 1 r
SPAN ..._.. H.II........" of his address.
Any 55
AUDmv M1MUHN_ .MTI-JMflimt the sport pages person See that your health is Improved what others have In mind and Cuban and Peruvian delegates for two small daughters
.M ONLY 100 C.otr.l .... And the front page stories I or older may attend.Southern too. Don't jeopardize consequently can be most to the tenth Inter-American I and another of school age
I OLIAN W ATEN-a..* "Current helpful to them. The best edu- Hence the Hollywood -
"Soldier of Fortuni"CLARK are actually present security Conference emphasized the Im move back to
SOULS Infe. Tell. Tompi 251-1117 tory" in the making. MOON CHILDREN (June cation and religious training minent danger of Communist;| Gait retains the Australian -

I H1J.1 Sets 22 to July 21) Getting into Is required here to bring tal- infiltration In the Western Hem and New Mexico properties,

The high schoolers of recreation that you enjoy with ents to fullest expression. isphere and Anne doesn't know where

ThePathftndert I day are studying as history Speech Contest oood friends brines surcease There will never be any financial Five years ago".Twenty three his enterprises will take them

r1 : Quartet assignments the very events Finals TomorrowFive from worry now. You can be want In this chart. [persons were killed as rioting: next
that were chronicled on front highly creative. Impress oth- spread throughout Nyasaland i' -'
r. proudly prtttnti of in 1917 More copies of the Boy Scout:
pages newspapers Florida ers favorably with your ex- [following the declaration of a MIGHTY CONGO
1943 and later Southern College Handbook have been printed In
T' years cellent talents. state of
BOB POOLE'S emergency.
The Its
we Even if 10 students are finalists in theschool' the United States than other, Congo River, with
Gospel FavonteiGOSPEL you pay cents annual LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) any One year ago..Canadian mighty tributaries, drains the
per day for your newspaper, "I Thin I k" Any sign of devotion to kin book except the Holy Bible. Prime Minister John Diefen- huge of central
equatorial basin
that is a very economical speech contest to be held at will be greatly appreciated Some 20 million copies of the baker said the United States Africa
and of the surrounding
10:10: am tomorrow In much
"tuition" for the diversified the now Don't hesitate to make handbook have been printed. was fickle and an unreliable plateaus This river
Annie Pfelffer
educational "menu" that you Chapel. repairs to partner In its alliances '
necessary property. where
system a total drainage
obtain from this "University The finalists and their subjects AT THE THEATERS
Harmony, efficiency at homeIs weapons were concerned, of 1.450 million square miles.
in Print"So law most Important.

.JSING teach your children to Glenda Bozeman of Haines VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. Tad". "FILMLAND Ctl.r.d." end DII'II.'N oldlM Ot ,,- -
>. i read this newspaper, morewidely. City "Our Temple of liberty"; 22) Getting into Important cor- ho.." e HOVf THIATOn

GITHStMAII QUARTET 'eituiini Train them to dip Into Sharyn Wallace of Miami "The respondence, making calls to Tad, and U'UUN'Tomorrow..Tom "0......

1 the editorial page for at Tides of Time"; Brad Kinney or upon others, etc., can help Tad,,' "The' .,.,d..Ii" 'III.'N I.d ...."11..IIIIIEYJust
Klaudt Indian Family Gethsemane Quartet least one editorial. of Palm Beach, "America-Too Immeasurably to improve your POLe TMIATin I

Doravlllo. G<. G_".....*, N. C. Encourage them to scan the Young to Die". Mary Inex Collins I affairs Study your paper. Get TodtT Newman throuih M p"......d.': ''CoptolaT I
front page and even note the of Belle Glade Ideas from associates Roar. TMIATI (
Trailers Quartet Sons of Harmony weather forecast. "Our Duty good as Ur UeLJnUcl u4 .1.l.: Old.
be Dnr
to and
Happy, Richard Lee well.
..".11I., s. C. Plant City '!10. Then urge your youngstersto of Melbourne, "The Pulse of a LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) .":eiLvc..To.."MOON' .d'enivi tAd.IN"C""l tell/ us how much
look (even though casually) .U, In.il.h you need to pay
I Nation. with
By consulting experts
PATHFIND iis''QUARTETL.k".IIII. : at the financial before AtTRVRNDALa-Dl" 'Osisst old bills for home
page and ideas, following .. and tan improvements car
Names of the two winners will getting al lu o( s.brto." sod ...._ Red ,
Flu.I I they delve Into the Comics, or be Inscribed on the "I Think" them, you make big strides AVON th, Zl.'-;I'.1; YaR IRba repairs, for all/ your seasonal
the the expenses.
Sport Page or Society!
Page. plaque In the college library, forward now You can have a 5ARTOw-.Outdo.NidAte "Onll.e .,d Si,. Phone now for prompt courteous service.
I real abundance It only re- ;
Mayhall'City Aud. Mrs Mildred. Ibberson, head RAIN 'YGa.Touaa Raven.usd.r
: For when they reach the of the speech department Is di- quires calm. deliberate perseverance (L'o'' ,"'. fork .d "OI>or"". ..iLAI'cswAliaetaw -
LAKELAND, FLA. I Iage rector of the annual : -A OMtl APLANT /- LOANS UP TO $600
of 18, they will not be contest A SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. ,.It,
: SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1964 8 PJL Til 1 A.M. I likely to have formal school primary purpose Is "to learn crrr-r.oitoi' """,.'. *....
:1) Spend some time thinking 'I S'fftailf' jUfjiSi'" sad '!*".
teachers In a classroom to how well our students are think '
I AJmiuloii' A4. 1 1.SO, ot Dow $1.00.- I prescribe their "homework"assignments. Ing" she said, "not merely tat what It Is you desire to FLAW tae !Slni I CITY-elulta of Bkbylon'. Md OolllUl"! !.= i r 1FINANCE mml

CkiMra 75', Sis end. u".... fro. about local concerns but of national lye ccompluh fashion., then This act Is In parucu-a posl- {.alitro -'I\o,... 'I.\ ...'L... WIlli tee

Y Advisee Tkkofi On Solo Al You should thus de- and International rausr .
parents maters
sae ..."
00r000 LU... GO PL.... U POISON 'NO .ItThe irly true where social or siSaa.rue75.' : Pr ap4OcHuLa SERVICE, INC
Mvrr" TIXACOIfwmriy Au.rrnda., velop widespread newspaper ersonal affairs are concern w .... J..t_
o ,...) OLAC""N"PLV.nl 0RArENII. .C.b reading habits in your youngsters speakers will be Judges .:d. es' .-.errur.e II.. wastrut wuOsut of Lakeland
NAPS", TSXACO-MulMm/ W.n_, N..." long before they attain mainly on their ideas, as well SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to wM ER ,nave.-Rita' "111 Tv. ,,, 209 East Lemon Street .
the of 18. WINTER HAVIN-Haife Date' ..rat Floor ?MU 2 7183I
age as composition and delivery. : Dec. 21) Any matters that re- "oohl'1111I..." 10. 'I DI" Tbeaaaad

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DEAR ABBY: A neighbor of ours rides to and from work to get a woman to pay off a bet to a man? Women make -17 NMPf;.iySMERCLYMY iOU 1 CAN UNDERSTAIJD TMAt

. with my husband every day. They don't work at the tame bets right along with men, and they always collect when they YEARS FIANCEE:,PRUDENCE WERE MORE MISS-NOW THAT THE

place, but he drape her off at her place of employment In the win, but they rarely pay off when they lose. Why Is that? ITVTH KISSM; I WELL;you Ado# PIMPULTOI.7 I DIDN'T INTERESTED IN FOGAS LIFTELI:'

morning and at night she walki to where he works to catch AL ALL RIGHT.-MO I COULD KNOW VDU COULD7VKISSLIKETMAT. MY ATEAPIS, IOU

[ a ride home with him. This woman li divorced. In her early DEAR ALi There are no statistics! on the subject, but I Ila It i ONE KISSES ff HAVE .'.' UNROMANTICSWINE

40's. but acts like a school girl around my husband. She is my observation that when a woman bets with a man, and t-, LIKE THIS./ DISCOVERED THAT uh I

very forward, quite loud and Is not my husband's type. He loses, she will offer to pay, but the man, not wishing to accept 1, ..v"ft '

lays she means nothing to him. but there was a time when money from a woman, usually says, "Oh forget It." > l ( r '
be was on more than just speaking terms with another woman = '
who also "meant ) :
nothing" to him and I don't care to go
through that again! We are happy now. and I want to keep DEAR ABBY: Two weeks ago we took our beautiful little \ .

It that way I would have more peace of mind if my husband 10-year-old daughter to a doctor and he said she had leukemia :=

quit giving this woman rides. How does one end that We didn't want to believe him so we took her to another doctor .

sort of thing? and he said the same thing. Abby, our world has fallen -t

SEE THE SIGNS apart. Our daughter may live a year maybe less but the .N ND 050. t ar'kt ,Q *, '- ..5THEV

DEAR SEE You know your husband better than I do, doctors say not longer. I don't want to tell my parents It

and If you "see the signs," don't Ignore them. Tell your husband would just kill them. I know they will have to know sometime
that since this but I I It.. bad enough d I HOW DID SMS We HAVE STRETCHERS MUST DE
woman means nothing to him he should want to spare them all can.
tell her that be Is married to a Jealous possessive old witch that our hearts are broken. My husband says I am wrong f MOON MAID HAS WHAT IS THIS AND-WS MUST ACT .

(that's you!) and In order to preserve the peace at borne he that I should tell my mother right away. What should I do, POWERS.EXHAUSTED THESE HER ALL ABOUT? FAST. C

can't provide her with transportation any more. Period. Abby? n 0, THREE 1 ARE AS COLD 0" ,O 0.o .
She probably won't ever speak to you again, but as long at BROKEN-HEARTED MOTHER A? MARBLE. O O'Oe 0. 00.'y f0VO O OO

she quits speaking to your husband who cares? DEAR HEARTBROKEN: Your husband .Is right, dear, .

Tell your mother. You need the support .now of those who O .

DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me why it li almost impossible love you. Heartaches shared are somehow more bearable. o' si' Q

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THE MOTHER the money received by the counties officers for the Rotary Colo. Streets

BENTON, Ky. (AP) When > it earmarked for the school Club of Lakeland wilt be announced

Vol Kidd wants hit nail he board and one-third for the tonight at the Annual LOVELAND Colo. (AP) -

flips a switch and it', deliveredto board of county commissioners Ladies' Night Party at the Twenty-eight i hearts have been e

the front porch. Refunds by county included Lakeland Yacht. Club at 7 stolen in Loveland, which calls I

Kidd has back trouble and his $13,051 for Polk. o'clock. Itself America's Sweetheart
wife Is bothered with arthritis so The speaker for the dinner City
he electric motor to will be the Rev. Jess C. Moody L-- STTTA < WHAT'S I NAVITAKiN4'nO
rigged an
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bit rural letterbox. M PER CENT SMOKED senior minister of the First Bap Manager \ \\1 IN A 60 A raw Bch:
of Commerce said
Chamber 72
After the box Is emptied, Kidd VALDOSTA Ga. (ft A poll tilt Church West Palm Beach' cardboard hearts I READY TO \ K MINUTi/ X LONG? TldIN6sTO Soils Pso.la
throws another switch and the of Valdosta high school and college who will speak on "Operation big were post '0 TOLUNCH PUT w ARE ALWAYS
ed on light poles' prior to VII.entine' a AWAY! '- IN SUCH A
students shows that M per 1964". ,
the ;
container rides back out to ,
and that Mare e MURKY Toi0
Day only
highway ready for the mail cent smoke or did at some time Deane L. Hart Jr., Lakeland still t'AARGIj ra"N'L TAltt BASY IT 3 PAT!

man's next call.trffotrffaoootrijooo'Tfin. However, most of the youths magician will provide the en I up.
are trying to kick the habit tertainment for the night for A few of the red hearts with I ew

A big complaint by the IWhich Homer E. Hooks will act words of affection In poetry = 1 l v"

A-I RADIO younger set la that when they al master of ceremonies. lave been houses.A found. In college fraternity /- Ica .

& TV SERVICE quit smoking their eating increases -I Outgoing officers include Car- r'

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71f LM ftOM In five days and I've gained W W. Wolfson vice president, sizable storm In Washington I LWU
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Tuet4.y, March I, 1m NOTICI 01' SALE CLASSIFIED

.-. T" WH".I\' 1'1' M.*Y ( IV,HIS: 71 FirtlHitr, F.. 97 Artlcli 'e
Salesmen SoltIIC
,, ,, 14 lulldlnj, Carp.nt.rlngROO"HO. Help Wanttd. FtmaUIMMIDIATK .5.1
1''" u If" I "llflfd II nl Ural ," ADVERTISINGRATES 5

.... ''u n,''I'' ''' ".iiI'm ', I. muck Peal old I BXCHANOB ceablni rourtradlni
FMC Opens ,F",,i I dr. nnM WlltDOWa IlusttaMdlsi OPININO to is.roilU ORODND PEAT 01
#.IAH: ,I UIIH4lll ", ...reII... 'sos,,.. .IIAr.. acrntti *.. ..,It- soil misus ...20. .11.1.Pt _..r. See''' ..re."r., .U

n IH Kill HI puulli' tote .t I > 1011I eo atenthi to pat 1.1 its 'ondlllont. talanr Writ Bon LETTER FROM THE O'NOI. IU .... 8S3-M4J .rl.o
.H 00 0"' IIH I k "M I Ih.' >llHi.h d. '.0 l v PI Type jtnc.tlm Oanpanr' tri' P.1.u JLakrluid LfiUMA1TRB j"1IiiSPA'II land fur .
Sales MeetingEighteen \ 1 IDII4. at l'ooi l Noir Moo'oo.' .. Minimum u Words Phoni m 3-llei A. nlal :.:: WANTED" PRESIDENT lawn Alee ind Sod dirt ..tIll., ..IP..I PTVB room of
II IIGET Minimum Chorgi-JI.OS MU MOSS P S. B Divii MO S.3OTI sold U .
1047 K. Main 141 Lakeland lot.'", Id.. 91 III Club. 111 Norl Plorld lur.lul at 'i
'I'ha plo..d. of the ante will in. Word Dan DIM Uari DanCLASS1P1EO A. nu.. I will offer I carefully TOP QDAtmt Pamela and Anilno 1' .. l.r Tol.1
sales Applied I In the payment nf the ..I I 3 a I. 17 ExterminatIng Sahle bar from slensitleldu ..3UMIIH T.o. .
representatives I I of retaking, nnrtnn and ..1. "I fl. ilected few 21$10 per wllil85JSL.ltliATTHNT1ON !! N
aid motor iihlile and I he nol ..r T PHONE Pour door
converged on Lakeland UI r tl6e OROVI ownen' CIILI.
yeslcr- vt.
itkiistill 0 fo'iti'sofr.i. utidIlct : hI : a: ., I SOLICITORS wk cmmiHlon. guar'. chicken menu, laden To u.nattriueiOne .
,, the earnings with future .d.no. D aiwlni ma.rbbns -
day for the opening of FMCCorporation1 i In asllsta-tlan of the bol.sit' TERMITES ante us .... You h.ut h.I
Spoon RATES It bottlesLave
0 due ,tinder the innlraii "lib .. 1 bursils
Insurance loIs Jim Welli Lak
an loud
Florida Division I' .1 ittlt iei I I.. DUoan,. 71 Iliah Htreiwinter ... 11 25 ...r column lock WORK from your own fr ,Tract land UU Auburn.de, Cal IIQ-0111

Sales Meeting. The meeting will Ha\en Fluid* loverlnir IhInamlni CLASSIFIED DIBPLAT BATS ARE SWARMINGCALL home. No selling or appoinment obtainable Incentive program wo 1.147)_ _._ _ CAII. CAP-PafT."Well-le).wall
of 13 JO column men .
mid vi-hl.l
motor per and auto Run eut to our
be held at the Florida Division your expenses "1. B1, .
,. uS- Locate and
A .
will he malting
llnlr' pit paid to you. Contract Ratei Own Re ueil' iPlAT inane and and e.P. New
plant on Fairway Avenue end ynu will remain liable for analan ) only .al. Lk..1 SocIal fabric .. here
,p rem.lnlu impald undcASMOCUTKS WANT AD DEADLINEWORD BUO NAIIOH la HCRI Let n. qualify prospects Op HUH II.d. 0 3 00 es.I. Winter .du.d. 550.5b

through Thursday oaldiooito'l' 1.1 our hums la prennt Innion portunity to average $ In return, 1 expect 100% our fble warehouie ..1.
ot .....
"" roachei lad Snob
Six of the salesmen are basedin II OKIIIKAIIONR DISCOUNT 430 am. dir before publication 50 4 roomi HIM I room MOO per month. Contact Miss effort 6 days a week pertormance -'72 Flewirl, Seeds, lents O. 3.I Hamilton BtllM Fabric. Hlihwir In-
I 1/10
I.akeland The other 12 are ,' 'ralbril, Cisiihss. ads mum.leireol be In Sunder our offlci I Piper before IDODO alms, .,.::10 s 00.seems .. ..5111.55 7 !Moore, Tampa 877S435IXPERIKNCKD eagerness to COLD HARDY IsiS Irawl. .Ir.1 4. l.rlb 0

from other sections of Florida !1: M Kenimky Avenue 4JO om Pridirl learn, undivided loyalty and olvl hedie punti 10" hl.h. rt uprlihl trine,
lakclatd l'iiriiaioi' a CBIC
CLASSIFIED DIHPLAT CALL STANLEY ROMB himmedlste do..n. delivered MU 3 292 1180 M* at Horns
end from out of state The salesman prou. desire for five Income f lk
a figure
11 00 a m dir "before publication oppnmol lo dust.Cr. .tor.. 110 We..

coming from the greatest iinrepl Bunder piper Whisk Chemical Co. c. .....r' N 10.31 73 Foods Fruits, Memorial .
NOTICE OF- SALE idi must M In our office Prl- b.I.. 4 sod 5 ".. VOsfbl"
distance is Henry Verdoorn who 'row MOM n MAY ciix<.'>:n\: : dir before II.00 noon). TWO DII bun. C.-
WAITRBM Ass If are this man cola Mfrlieraler Smibulldlni
lives in Hollandale Minn "ou .ire herebnotified that the c.1 ORAPIII"RUr.
All adi muni be In Mil Ledeir MU 6-1356 Nrat-depMidaBlo.
11 or ovor Ap. moved
dall:,. Wo a'l-
1.lInwlo. nn,lorehlila: slurs befori II 00 a m laturdar pin In piriwn. vailrnnoa Rottau my general sales manager, .oio. O.. t b 158.201.
Four men from the Division's ."02 "'ol I olr 8/W serIal No. for publlcaUon in Mon- lIOn East Main! Mr. Oolgin 626.5191 Tampa. tsei.r l.d.QUAm EARS ROEBUCK chela saw.
Woodstock Va, factory also 21193:.II'?'tI.1I13 dir i paper .nt : TREI Sloe ollrtu fruIt. illihllr Oelni cheep. C.1

are will h. soilS .1 piliksole at InAM" THE The Lid.. will not be re.iponilbli 21 Reefing .. ItMclal orden. W. MU .
attending the meeting. In addition li nh. u. the "h don 01 for moms than one AAA shIp. C.I fi83-JO. Hlfllo Pr.LARGE ANTIQOI hall or llbrarr

two representatives of \I"'b. 1"HI. HI i Mill, Najlor MutnriHkiland .. Incorrect Uurtlon I George B. Karpay do. .. .. North ..sHh.hnan tthie. beautiful wood .._...1.
HI, .
"rid* ROOFINO DEPENDABLE work.ososile price. Call MU 1.2&01
FMC Marketing Personnel Development -, '114. pi,>n.rim uf the aala will be THE LAKELAND LEDGER lao pirminla Me- CITY EMPLOYMENT President

In San lulled. i i., tin. iKunenl' of Itt. uia colon.. Lumber Compuy One PR8o stenO. ino
Jose .ir r ,lelnHnii. Himli"( and wle 01 TELEPHONE W Main all a-3141. H WEEK'S FEE % ULLER ORDeR men 505C555osr 76 landscaping I 170 Cider

have come to Lakeland callf"j .,nil I n,l.rehl le and the <.out ouillmil KIND MU 6-H51 ILL TTPM ruldentlal er .... not a week la thIs' sell wardrobe, 110 M 1.7470.Wi.-.

meeting. ,,.n ..f nollie if sal. Slid nerclal' rooli .Ooiredor' replaced 208 ARCADE BLDG.See Do pits? Your cn 0." I near, : HARDY SOD CO. LA WB MO

lien to the aHtlefacllon nf the McCoy i Roollni and Bhen Metal ( Sunday's Ad) l., mu.h 10 StarS. C.II Reilthr Lawn oreineDiilltil I pelled .. .
The meeting will be under ,.mnie dun unilcr the ...."tra,. 18111 Writ Ollvi. MO 1-3131 M. So leo It you ...al.ut.uol- Oradlni Plinllnl Excellent rondllon. 10. 130
wll h Klthard I'. ('uave 1215 :Ii.W. for d..I.r.hlo.8ALEMI FREE ESTIMATES Canton Place MU 3. .
of of
supervision General
III.h MI. .%Mulbiirv, Ha loverlnle ,"cili
,00mO rIslrorIIns. 54 Help Wanted, Male WANTED for homi 14 Ollmon MO .Mil Iota ENGLISH Ford (or--ult or
Manager Donald A Metzger. iii flnmi Inn ifeuId innlorehli| f. trade I and ..".. Pel
eplaced E C. Roollninpanr d.lyo. 81 Bv. : orruw.
The salesmen all of .ti"\ irplu. "'111 I be paid to you. OF 4 Lost and Found .( D.. company. beneflta CO.I.I.haopltat. and' Mowlniln : 5,00-I 01 practtcallr new ikla and abl
represent nd, < in .':111 it-main llalile for any EXPERT HEAT pump and .mo.Inproleloir,0fldItiorloluerolre. life, J- plowlni Ipeclellie adder tit Remlniuin P0r15b15tpcwrine
.rnon Sonldsob and
the Divisions I ilmi, ,iraialnlni unpaid undo : : Medina' and trad. ,
product lines Apply Burden Dairy condition. 11.. I .
.old itt I a, IAdsl'rlA'rft. LOST: YELLOW Sold Lady Bill 24 Plottir. Stucco 0011. Top .. .lh top torn.pine. 4. :Wire Orb.. I In.. .. IM I7JO. Oil agi.3' ao.r.r 4 00.
A highlight of the meetingwill I : MHCOUNT watch sold cord bind 01 or Reply to 23]. Lake
('Hill'OIU1IONHi stool Pebruarr 11 en.HOP, nod SALUMAN: ALUMINUM produeu Lln.I.1 run .. 11 u,
be I dinner at the Red Barn K II. Hnkbelnar PLASTCR(140. PATCHING sew L..r. commlMlon bull C'I MU INSTRUCTIONa4 $10 RiSk .but .U.
tomorrow rOillsSS. Palieroti 0,550 5 pddttIonI. a-2061 alter I pmSALESMEN. tn 10 5 SIms dln.tto
night. llntlnn" VKI4i .. S Perienal Nitlces Free esllnitten. 1..o. 3501 Tol. Act NOW Earn More ..( .. 55555
.lnhsiI HI, ...., IV 2.16"5 Schools R... 13060 Sos iprlnl orlenprlnt
limiia, Flu. BE YOUR OWN BOSS .
Crude l'.n, BUT SELL, vied toolll funi 004rnrilrs PLAIN OR ernamenlal Planler- I mattm 055Slot.
rubber most of which
t loud. Dial MU a-43Millmile Inn and atucre Invited LAROtST and meit. .i fertlllair I-l-t. BO Ik tl 0UMd .

U exported to the United States IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP I.r Culbrnon:. Htrd.srs< F rra ..tm.I. p."blnll H..r I. Wu- WTH| MAYFLOWER FRIDA'Pu\ a.ol. Lakelandbciuly I bedroom suits somplsl.SOS

Is the chief_product of liberia. THI TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT iNoino 5rrha'I.o4 0.j IIbolloht l.m.. MX 1.7.0. INEXPERIENCED, I. your job demanding of .. .air PIns eondlJoned St.Contplltelii .. Lino lot .
Allm.n, sot East Lime a.lnl.ho
--- r..od.lo
CHANCERYa uied TVl 16
--- .. 141
"' Di \i. :102 Ixukrt IIFn I CHRISTIAN NOR II' N 0 hone BUSINESS SERVICE according to your full abil- ATTENTION URNI Train now .: O.o mattreuei ..., MBUied

.KralM bid will bn .r'lv.d In >eo 441AIIOSAI open. Special, attention liven u No Bellini Redulril ties? Here Is 5 h psrteau .. 5m'ratur. dinette MU .. 111 II uOood .
in. ,fflto nf the nimrlrt rnrmtrrrinrlda HAVK; OK V> H
Forrnt ffervlit, Dlntilinffkf t IH-Klrll: 1\ dITtO PLAINHa ; ) 36 Lawnmowin ft Ssrvict Paid Tralnlnif does for you. .d up Nallonwldi ol..mPI . l 4 Ml u,

T kHtnil. Florida. until J'oi", Sailinal BHnmng 1 LOIS SLIP Cover Shop, 300Chritnut .rvlci Overieai opportunity. Bt" craft PUnt 13 llo.
p11I:1I'rl.: March for A.o'I.U"n. PlalntUt [ .ou ire 91 or ever. pan phvi Write Ralph Minnlni' with AlphaTralnlni : AIM I 5,555 PlumblniHardware Sod
is IIM .
I Road tll-0071 Dr. IMMEDIATE o
_._ ,
1".0. ral. eoonroan finance 1051 School 10] ClilrHtreet .

nil'unlading... and rnntiailual building material 5l'tl'rprr.. nil'', T. J.1 Ao.DR.W1; II io. etc ) AFTER pirlei' bidipreidi curtalni., .slIp......covenAuMrlan to,.. cr550 S on Small eotiars..".. Oable P'o Auto..stI051.1 mill, .-1091 Oil or liter tractorWHITE FROM $400 to $900 A Timpa. Plorlda I. POLY PAM RUBBER

lulled" for the conit ruction nf .r\ .HefrndalNOTICC I D,ire.. coda and Inillllltlon, Hundredi lectrlo. 301.North FIends Av. MONTH -IVIL SERVICETESTS .
W. Cut It Anv Sliet
'.1! b.u.. OF SALE .
i anil other .IriKtuenn of iimplei to .ho. from ShoeS MU 2-4J01 .
arloua iolI...e li herein' liven that. Boa M itt a BONUS OF WI PAY TOP PRICK
Inrntlnna In I Polk ( ountRlil ),, : oI. pur. DRAPBI, BLIl' OVBRii.T.d. : Lakeland Lidnr YER _
condition. n'"rl.l ll.l umy: .u il i final drIers of fora s.,.. and tinholilerini' Cuilom' $2040 Men Women II.U. Start klihai 1.od P.I.
ha nhlalnod and plana and anerlflatlnna I I""r. f-ntired, In Oheetnee-, Mattriii R.eovating! 110100 a week Prepariuirrmini : and Aool. .
work. Line .. 3 -- -
,' enimlned at Ihi. "f fU'e 01,, tlilrd ,...... |In the ('il'n.,,it (Coin ntlmilei iilertlen. clue termi of fabrlciPrn J1J1 EMPLOYED 00W? Wsot to b.... I COMPLETE TRAININGAT t05lmsp 00011 500010100. TOot.sSnds CALL MU 3.2044

'lha District I.'or"I.r. rlirlda .'01". "f Polk l'uiinlv. rinrlila I will eel New Tampa HUhwir 888.8u. MATTRESS RENOVATING 1. InC ,D.'lm RsUms CBP P. 0 COMPANY EXPENSE of jobs spIn. OnperIlOre .

em Service. P. o Bus J 67, Laka ihs ,nnippity Hliumc In Folk' Coun lervlce Are Maltreat Cern.pose. non 8B. Lukeland unn.... PRE Inl.atlon .'. Polk Trading Mart
Honda I AUTO NIURANCI-tiii incldent an. d. ooi. .. i
'land Mnrlda. t> demrllied an: Phone MU 3-OM1 on ) ".o'r'
'rrie Morlda For..t Morn.. ro.I Lot 4, RliNk H. MrAr>OW- no Insurance? Ilentmonihi MAN WANTE PRODUCT mnmu. Write TODAY linIng nam..
to CHI MU I.a nDODVS ,Unit h.v. 151.011. BACKED BY u.,. HWT 13 EAsT
I .."t.s the ,'iat't 10 reject and/ I AWN MI5liiVilIiIN' Lakeland par address and phone Lincoln a.r.
'w or sit hid.. KhrldH. H,.("dine, to pint .' FABRICS. J032 North'- 49 Wells Pumps ':'Inn Ini reiponilbllltr.od baeips. Work:. 01 In.kllch.en .um-. JVi MILLION DOLLAR ,'i. lox U-2J4. Lakeland LedieLIVESTOCK .

rLOKinA FORtHT: RrRVIPPMaik : Ihereif .rord.d In lint Rook Florida. Oolni' out 01 builnemPittirni I diPs Includlni weekendiMinimum ADVERTISING 99 Boalt, Melon, Supplies

Moorman LXairkl Korenlpur (.'. PAil' 3. lulill Retorda of IDe S5o Buttoni. .15.N Ln MONTGOMERY Ward benellti Include pudvicallon PRO' *

7.a I'oik l'o"IIlY. HoikUluicthei 'Dur well and Inetall four .'rl.r Will ilirt rIskS nan GRAM 'ISHINO BOAT 19910 nermd.tl.hosrds. .

IN THI CISCUIT couilT T with : EL0000-OIVFA lnttaol rlle, .,jlent. Co te 31 mo.U. I* PIT at 170 per wiek bold advance INTERNATIONAL COM I rinses. .Ub.t
JUDICIAL CI"CUIT One 52- ml MaatmnallaHoioaler LId or Authml sod ISsr Fence. Frmm005tra Phone MU ."103. mrnt MIni bttween 3.4 p. .. 8S Dogs Coti Pets peddleblkn eutbotrdi .
M Siturdat Winter Haven
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FORPOLK lIon. B X.no.I-DI. undselhr,5 CMtellei R..da.
One I'r..y Hpace Heater rlbutor 3133: North rlorlda AvIILLIONAIRBS .. 1111 OilS Itriat FIELD 213..fif.
Can No H.114 Docket II One Rullt.ln n.nfe| and Oven n" PAY 1116 per week for 3 FOR AND C Orl55.d Ted Vaa .K.no.\. ; FLARE BOA TI DOW Mid d'r..l.:
roar No Mil" .11341 toIl 18:It MANSION, Prl- WIL to trim oneratar for mator APPINE Mulberrr) Hllhwai. Phone I.I I .,... prlcM. 1' to 23. Pl>rPlberileii .

CIIIZFNS NAiiovo RAVK ) One Mul'one fxrmuat Pan Hnl 0 ate bathi delIcIous mem Reaeonablr oil "roinlils LIon. SmlU Inviltment 2-06. Bolt .. Lakiland

OP IT PIT/RHHI'RfJ.! : a ) pnhlli., inle. 10 the hlB>e it bid- prlcid Tourliti welcomiV 5 Help Wanted noulrtd 4B2.014. VIEW. CALL WIRI RAIR Top,
National' Banking AumlatlnnPlaintiff. ) .l-r for 110. 'rollt 0 0505r500 C Lob MoONS 550th Cblblaul. : 102
r..h. at Houlh I 5.0.. 810 last NO EXPERIINCB ntulredIralnlni Terrleri. 1"0' Pm.r.nl.., Clothing
) "oor or thu I'olk l'onnly ('nlIrt. TELIPHONI soo.Icrr000 SsiSrp t.rn.ho all white. tn..u.no airmen Bhepherdi .., ,..,,

RAI.PH \11- hill'.' In H.mtnw Firiiu. b.I..n sod namolsulos. Call e..6e.. 0 d.I open in LakilandBtirllnl MR. CODDINGTON ..n.rl. menkeri. and lupplluCoker ,: .ADYS 41! .
n.Ail"iIlfl andI..cll.edG
It :'nll AOl .nd 20U P M. on Ih.ITII Ml a Pot Shop in Nona K... COAT.. .ull.. ..,
: LAYI"ioi.l.,. : day of Mar"b. 1984. LEDGERCLASSIFIED 53 Wonted FimoleSPLENDID Mint be married c,1 AT talky. MU I.MOI 'G .. 0.1
his wife, P.
NOTiCE OF SALE Defendant lOcAL: ) (F')lelk. H. Imilt$KUIAV OmitBy JR. / ADS H interviewWI adOO. Phone 12.6" I Mt6.8552TESDAY BETTY I POODLE BUoppe. Profenlonil HIl T.n.r

Notice I. hereby liven that. "" WANTED 055 THROUGH irootnlni, itudi pup 1 03 Furniture ft Appliances
VIMan A Purvl WAl" I 1
nant to a final donee, ofclneurw lure.THITINTM Memorisl, oul.ad HAVE Immediate for: 0105. 136} Klthleen Road .1.':
Ppuly f..rk alw. Home BI.MMRE01STEBIO .
entered In lbrahoican. "' -.o.n .1-41
stood uu.e In Ih. (. .... '_ 1' T54 A opportunity. marrd i- Ut cuss. of and 41: 8.00 A M P0001.-S PUPPIES I.IORATRI W A a B I 15s.
. to 8.00 P.M. 'or .1.. 10 I
or Until use II 10 ... .
AdvertiseTHE lu"Ohs ire In pablo uto ete All
nf Polk Count. rinrlda, I will ae.ll CLASSIFIEDIMM Intr..ld works .Id 11Pm n.000nsbbs. I IMo .
IN THE CIFICUIT COURT OF 05 .nod o. nistkomntlns ; lID year ems top frlnieneltu C.1 makee Prompt eipereervlce '
the ,,' ..Ir.
ysituui.. In Polk Count.v THI TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,Dim' CashlstioietOrleari wlUt Polk C.Itntt's leidnl .J21 Bee lood uwd sop115855.
Florida, item rlbed an: IN AND FOR ;\ elplul Man line ernplor. bene- ,TINY .
Ckrrsie-Pironuth dOI.r. A.5 I Work Wanted MLII Ra Trl.r. 7 our Kelvlnalor' mod
Lot II and Wool Half nf 1.ntin "OLK COUNTY 'LO*IDA lIt.. LoU 01 ro lor advanteit piplopnrsooleMr.C.C. 505.. mootks Horn dealer Dir TV.
In Blwk H of aiioitKACItrg CHANCIRV NO. |2I42.12.1711IIK AnnounctminU" .. Applr O. Sos 10 Oil North rlorUa AvmueAAA \ B.lm.rCHIUAHUA 111 1-71. W'1 NII. M.
: TRACTOR WORK wanted Mow .ubu.da.
/. I kelanil. Hi.rlda. ai. fJAVIVH' HANK I :'II.el Thenae: inn ID* dlictne New eoulpmenQuiet PUPPIOeAKC r... .21.
cording lo the plat thereof r.. I 1.1"111IWBJoR'f /, I Auettene Namanuise Inomi iervl .. Call for free eitlPred I.Ird. IU Pbnkintrsl *0.025 T BARGAINS Completely ..
v. 4 Leit end Coned ind tnlor pleaiant work- wile. t P MU and
onrd-d In Plat Mink H. IN ; I .n.r. 14039iRINO bul' soars 11.05 IJI IB aadPree
pnean. H. PrLLtl etAMINDIO at the timeaa
05It I Perienel Net eee I oondltloni saws Initallitlen. Aiwa
Publlr fl'torda of Polk .lrll.l.oI.. I Pleeee te let a Puller Bruih dealer Pull ZIPPERS replireieweivlna WtlMARANER Ie Lakeland belt ,
Cousin FloridaImludlnv NOTICI OF SUIT IN T rramoertotien or part time For lurlhir in.bsnmtiOa CITY EMPLOYMENTWEEK'S lewlna 1 hinds Mn mile 'i price lesS horn Son U new neasad
In, hut not limited loKreaky : MOUTOAGE 'O"'ICLO'U' I Pun,dun.., OermeeH, eaU 08'-494J tight Hou.fr. S4> Norfolk Circle 1 ._ old.7149. 1 TV at. Nile l Dir TV 130Auur.d.t. .

Oil Floor Furnaot, 1'0: liIlHi-ii'I' H. PF1t'ii and I MeetlneaBuilding U FEE Wl lr.tor work. Roidi Open till
D diolo. UU I ,
Serial' No. F MIH27at I JoI.AXOR L. 1' 'Ll'tI. Trades mo.' lindiciplnt. Al. ... Llvettock .211. "
pinllc., solo, to lha hl.he.t bidder his wileRSi4I0ilC'iCi. II alP Coed,tlea,nw ANTtD: APpLICANT Ion Must P051.tloa 208 ARCADE BLDG. Iiil II rt. RfMOnable. ? or 8 I IB.'Y WUTHOHOU8B UPRIGHT freel-
I orca.h. at lb. Houlh I'roOlrlnDr II Awnlnel. slTnee, I ol II IH.nl .
IDeaee audition. Call
I : .
of the Polk County Connuae ,.,, 21 .ro IIrlL. 14 O.I.n.. OereenfterineI be neat, accurate t>. AoplrCIVIl (See Sunday's Ad) TOUR treeeer ba now 41.1 alter e.
In Barlow Florlln. between ('o"'k. loie, 1.IAnd. (.rc T,le. Sr..l .WertlSleetrleol Servlre' Odlce Cllr Rail W'NI CARPENTERING work sod. lb. Cut end .. .. WI.I.; St 0.2.33
New Yolk I' ...... .t .o r..oUbl..rlrl half Phone MU 110 I ACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt reconditioned
II :no AM. and 1.00 PM. on the 'oil are herrnr n"llfled that anulalnl I. litermllurleen..... I. 305 t nail. IU I-J.MOOOD. new. Repaln paru.Oraulleld .
11th day of Alan-h IDMSEAL (',, to f''r"'I I,,Me a lertaln II Plo, ..1. Eleclrlo. aijl Clevelanl
( ) D H. RLOAV JR. '" rlltnne ..n'ulllb.rlnl\. follow 1* Paint' ,n.. _.In. GUERNSEY milk cow 'o MO
Clerk Circuit tnui, : ::10 aeee,re Oeneral SERVICEDIRECTORY LOOK PN.8HlN.'waahlniatntlnt : eale, with new h.la calf Phon, H..I. 1..d. 1.12I.BADCOCK'S
mi demrlhrd ml' prnimtv to wit BUSINESS ,
: .
By Vivian A Prvis, 31 *ee ,ne Inlrlor. .rIDr work MU 1-O977
Lot M. HhftIM) l.a'I.A'I OK U Sheet motel .(bee* 'ree .. ... "", prlceeB .
('.TU Oepul Clerk"iN A FA 111' OK UAKh KLMfcHT: 31,A tone Metal ..41B3. 6IJ-3010 Mr Turm.n Rm311TI000 ANGU'. .0..h.tl.
HtlUHIH: USI'I'I NO.2. a.. LEDGER 31 Teol Rental "5. 00505 bull SOC 515505. NV Are Bailai Their
31.a ''''mm'n. Peofa ENIRAb CARPENTER work .
THI CIRCUIT COURT, .rillni to the |ilRt thereof aa 34 pleeter_ ..3
stueea _
TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, sordid In Plat H.N.k 43. 1'... 31 Weldlne Bulldlna repair. roollni. addlme SEMIANNUALTRE.IN
POLK COUNTY FLORIDA 2:1.: I'ulillc H,' .orda of PolkoUity Business Service Oiloo.uO"' No. Job too imall-toe lane. 92 Wontid Livestock, Pet I CLEARANCE

IN CHANCIRY. ( rlorldama 88221.WILL
Coma been filed aialnit :3* Furniture' .01"0." FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE Irenios I. ; SALEOP
Nn 11112 1 KM kit 10. you In the 2' Aaisanln.. SanSi.uOlnI D un hom. WANTED A tow dairy, cattle anr
Pane No. IMAaalined inove el\led .,,Ii. and you are leItilred 2. ..."..... WHEN YOU NEED ITI .Mrs .rrl. Lie IDrl Tow. kind. will par top run pricePoweri TO
In luilee WIMaon to aerve a rnpy of your An. :It .... .,11,.. .S2.47.0.CLR Dairy, afO SOS
MART RANGES McfARR. .meenroiher I'lF.dln( lo tho WANTADS 31 ...... ........ WaY'N .,._ A.. "OJ2. TADI.11 ALLOWANCE
SI 0... 'nekme u.msPIe, > PR OLD BEDROOM
plaintiff Complaint' on piotottlf'potlnineys. Appliances Furniture week work: Care for childrenheuiecleanlnt MERCHANDISE

-v_ .MHIMON; RUSh, Dp-AS 33 11 H PisorfoosrunS..... .....".... .rswru I MU a1671CONTRACTING DP TO SonTOADSItS
ROtMcCABP:, Defendant ,,1.OWNLt. t2J bial: Central 14 Meatm9S _..... moesle ALLOWANCE
NOTICI OF SUIT Roulevard Orlundn I rinrlda, slId ..." ..........-......... Poll PROMPT PePSIrssorefrlsrtl.1s BRIDES Beit furniture Phone prlceiMathera IN PRUHING 10 > POB YOU OLD LIVING KOOMDP
TUP1 STATE OP FLORIDA TO: file the nrllnal Anawer or oilier 5sonmnonrnSl.no,55 015klnhslirhIaPLultdtorl1400rs Pr.llue ml t.rw. 0 asran nod aatlifu- 9 Bicyclti s Motorcycles 190TRADI
iS Mettreei Itenev...... ,. esil CIII. 1131 lion. MU 2BH9II T
RUT McCABK. Defendant. reildenoi lleadlna' In the offli"i of Ihe I'k, ..Thrif C.I -IN ALLWANCB
and addren I'nk.o.nYou i>f ire Circuit CoalS on or hefn. 91 II Mevlna....leulmeitoereehy. iterewe Oennlrl '.. 1ovntv HOME, sldrir ooorln, TRIUMPH AND Tmaha lain: POR YOUR OL.pPLNC

aie hereby notified that a lbs Ird day of April 1114 It ynu .. O.n. runir.at lamp R.all 000tlnlriro Hom. cookmni. m'l..slsr and .. Blectne itartui OP TO lit)
alllt far divorce h.. been filed fall to di 10. a decree pro con Freiilne_. Dye'ne. teuelhT'HIM Auto Repair- Service ton. air wndiuoned Phone .Od'l. iporU model lane TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
aialnit you In the above entitled '...0 will be taken aialnut you f,n 41 II...... ... Semlee LAMPS REPLACEMENT Ihedei MU 1.22' Ukiland' Crole' Co.. 711 I IW..5 POlO YOUR OLD D1NETIS

reitae: and that you are hereb) re. Ihe relief denanded In the com .J 44 .n RICHARDS IPEEDOMITTRBervlce. Lama eirtaio d repair. Impiriagtudloi DEPENDABLE COLORED womanreiular Memorial 12.35. .

milted, to ..... a ropy ot ,..r plaint. 41 -= '555 Meehlnee lerviee Complete r..lr end Itot Iul Orlrani AveMU w.n. .. part time work 'Di! new IMJ .Theie Ipeolal ValueW.S.BADCOCKCORP.
amOS nr other written ..1..... Thla. Notice ihall b. pulillehed .. C'n.' wrvlce Ito t08201SI 005. ...J. will cin fur children .. I4.9 "
upon TRO1ANU AMI ROI5rRTII.t.intift' .... s week for four innniniilhweeke 0 47 Tyeewrltee Of'.ce lervlee M20J. Cot Irowa Used Can oorneIM
attorney. wh.... adrfreee In the Lakeland LrdnerUATH 41 Welch ft Clot, ...... & COLORED 01RL wash three Piotido .od '.r..r.
!15 > Welle Fumei 8PbCIAL CAR wssh SI 60. W.h Moving Storage A scion'5. babviltllni or hou. .
P. O. Box 131, iJtkeland. Klarulann '"tb day of lebruary It : ] LAMBRETTA .
nc PillnS neck CHI MU metorieooterWlndihleld
OhIO Or,50niloops.
Sod was 5551.
nr be for l the 21rd day 4 IM4DtAL nl.ht. .12 Main Btere aad WarehoueeaMulberrv
new tal LI kite.Oinfllln.
01cc 01.0 ub sod drbmn..rc. ALLIED VAN Linn for beil moveervlre .
)March A. D.. 1M4 and ..,"" erImmediately ) 1>. II. 111,0AN' JR. Employmint DlpiAR- sill de- price. MU Weit MarStrut Plorlda
thereafter te file wirhtre lerk of I'In',, tI'nIrO .t Implevment AeeaeW 3JO. Iulh Florida .I.! 'InS Yirnell WareheuieTtanafer ,. MU S- loots "ulbrr 11..
.. H.uo
.... 774$. 50 .. A. MU
II 01". "1.
Clerk nf the above etvleel By 11 Robert F IIIsiog II Usip. Wan_. 15.1.15. I-1513. I. ODll I I nt. 1 1. .It
Court the nrlilnil of said aeewer Deputy clerk 14 Help" W.n...?. Mule OENERAL TIRI Bervke Fraoiendalisont.n WILL XUP poeplslamy Antiques until I
or laid written defenaea. ion C'," II ..,...._.) I. Iuk sod snr horn.. .Idol 9 Open All Dir We..d.
If you fall ta do .... decree per II teleemonI whol .1.0.1. .nd 0usd Picture FromiiPICTURE 111 a.O. rot,, 1 aieoriate .. _. ..
rnnfeiao will .be entered aia'net lOd" TNI CtPCUIT COUST 0. THE 07 "...... S.I.eiSwS UrN ralre.d. 111 a.611. ANTIQUES: Italian marble col PlorldaLekeland
you for the relief demanded .. Ue TINTH JUDICIAL CI..CUIT 0' Werk Wanted PRAME: FINANCIAL .table, sIll Hau, brIstol ve ei Bto.e
Complaint, 11.05100' 'IN' AND 10" POLIO :financial In inlesao d tnouldmi, B..uUll hSodneons Polls run. Oon alp Mo A..1 A.o

WtTNESN my hand and enftelolatal COUNTY CHANCIRY It luilneu OeeertuelMeeII Auto Sat Covert ready ...d.., Oalnei Art ahooOrleani 62 BusIness .With.ret The D Carr wind I.mp..t. Mar: "Bed.. Will Po.ld'Treat Ton Rliht".bio
nf office at Bartow Path NOSlOAGE 'OPlICLOlU Iniurinie 2001 Btroet MO 120 Oppertunlties .01 Penn.
County Florida, Ibis 14th la, ., Cue Ne 12628..t.503 s. '"""""' teVteleee*' ._ LIND' AUTO Seat Coven Com- lant Cllr 7U-OXI

rebruary, A. D. 1M4 POI.K rtDbtUL, MAMNl.gAM I :: -1 Dlete automotive Interior. IJKait Plumbing SvppliiiPree CHOICE BOaiNEis and Incomepertlei ONI 01011040 OaSis. bosskla.I
(IEAU T. H. KLOAV. i*. ) LOAM ASWXUTION OP > l> W.Money"_ Te lene Ma,n. Phone MU 9-7110. ..- Mel Cud. LMLA 97_Articles For Sle-AUK. I'.Orson end A chain bedroom Suns
rierk Circuit Court LAKELAND a corp ratlnn IssIsIn ) .OIailitr. 1M7 .Memorial BId .1..1..0. fteaeoable -
Horticulture K H. MORRIS Y0015510Plemblel MU
B, Dorothy Bun.000uIy uodrr Ike I.w. 01 5k. I BookkeepingBOOKKEKPINO O.1 Soonflos MU .-40. DEED TVB front, 131 tip ouernleed I. _

I elites .Il.d Bt.t.. 01 Amomlu's. ) 11 PsrOile.edna 5.01151, Soul ad.. 1..1.0 ,. 2 COIN L..ndl.4 waihen. IIdrlen i flnenci. Worblniradelai ELECTRIC StOOl 30" with even
It.... Pialoliff.IF.RNF.RT n d.lvr ., accented Admiral Salai window. and timer Good oondl-
Flowen. PtaeHT tool rental pipe cut and locatloa
_... AND Income Tan: E..I. bl.
I } ...... Fruiti VewetebleeTl ed. 14 houn eemoe. 055'OdlO.' 119.790 J. Bnnnaa. A "nl. MD eonL. Peaooct lion MO 1 54055
NOTICE aervlre' feetdependable f.
) 'r. .
I NAME LAW : : W. RiriMON JR. ) OleeTTfil lervlcl. Bill CillePhone 881..eJ.. LakilandPrinting. 10 r. Rto-4103 Ty4aI Wabaih 13 CUBIC foot Prlildalre rofrIs.cr5105. .
and /00011.I mOVUIN his
TO WHO IT MAT <:ONI FBI, IRYINO* ) .. e8 J.1261. KELANDI nNEir most : Preeaer arroia top Elellent .
and H LiClt'E.11AM ) n
Noti,'. I. hereby liven that tha ?! &&:. I lul coin operated laundromat AUON SL ,' rendition 119 Mr "lh..n. .
Truatee, ... health Trallir Park. 14
I tindenlirned purauanl to lbs Flctltloua Idle- Every Wo.1 M.n
Tx-fi-nilnnti. ) TO Grove leu,enteal Building Omit.. Saturay. 7:3 p lord
Name III.tilts, Sin,,.. BUI: NOTICI TO DEFEND M Seed FOR ALL our prlntlni n.sd. .od

I I No 1175 Chapter No" tti M. Lawa:, TO. IHIIB: :ItT W rllOVIIIV JR.. InitructlonDineinw rail MU 1-4404 Cm.r'l PraIne ... RA1LIR PARK M waci*. I CEDAR CIT. 123. Iort-a-orlb.
of Florida 1041, will reaiatar with and MlltA U HIllMOS bin 11555501. CONBTHUCTIONKoom 'h.l. Ilh..hl... alien and pew I bedroom bouien AUCTION GALLERIE 12. ...to. .11 li new led.
tha (lark nf tha (:Ircnlt l.nurt. In n Math addlllone Cuilom cablneti .n.'n. ...... s to 000 Write mile.
and for Polk wife. 5tst. t. B". 4H4. Clamm7t. n ieneueeee Interior .anterior decoratlniKrenrh .' 1.M.2. 1 "rrl.r., The Au.tl Houn- 15. .7.11.
t-ikelind .
Florida LedierNEED
upnn North Carolina 40 emilossuwsIr
reielpt of proof of tha and modern pinellniKoollnf Radiator Sorvlci w. Bur Bill for To* NOR
publicationof UveitocVBeee o .
; Mill notice. ht lot Ir.,.. and aldlni' Pree 5.11. OPERATOR for major i oil I 4J.I H.. H W .. One eoartment Hiea
name., IRVINO II lirilPMAV Trua aT Per lall, 'n.i. KtMl P.ol. CHI ImRIMOOELINO cm.a so rtlr0uiat ins imill I Phooi MO I.K31 I 1.19 MU S.18U
lo.wlI LADIUM LAKFLAND Mil.W PAl.. tee. r/. Mae Ini., iSIS K .. II Doel. c.... Fete Plop ..at..n. lanaI sos.irirlor. ANT TTPB r.dl.t "nlr r..t ..Ul. eel-4e54 er
under which wms., Htreet, N.W" Waarlnilon IDC 1 I* LiveoteebII LIO. bonded. rleanlni .bul" .' ..3JJ. 100,0 150002. .eule. ills
and In bu.In.... W. .,p1 toni I Feulter a. SueeiueI pod, i B.dl.tr I ii los PIn. aS.._ 55 "0.' WE BUY
.ie In blunt n.n.s C IllS ...k.. IIPRFBT aeaeti A. Sueeliee AWNINUHreened FOR ML Tavern ea HllhwirI nil 10
YOU _ _
1-18. _
land HIlls Boulevard In the. City n W.obod-LI_..... .... pitloi. houie icreeni . eail of Pt UeadeDolnl 0.1.
of lakeland rlorlda that pull hai been broimht anuliimyou MerchandIse .dim' and lenclni Phone MU2JH7 RDIATR BLKS gleaned lord bunnen. Oood location C'JLI areetli SELL
That lb. eaih of you In Ihe tin',,itCoorS '- for .,.. ,. 'h. Re- 1 for Imuor, Ucenie Muet tell Pll. ,
partea Interested I. tn .I. reuad
of the Tenth J"dl'h.1 I'Ir.cult II Airetenee nsinssilly yes. .., 'due te Illneu. Cell AT 4-HJI e..I TRADE
said 0 ireeiarm with I Ib.
fpllowa hunt osssent.rpr I... mrs aa: In and for Folk t'OIIII ty. rlorlda ..4 CoIns ItemeeI loutS Pforida. ttlttolRtwtaviNg ,P Meide .Id., MM ind Illlo pair
Blerelee MalererHeeM C-O-O-D
In t'haniery. br OLk FF1': CarpeingCARP' 4m. deliver .
I ROT $.nche._ AntUHM toe Phone usIM ..
14 intareat
I Richard K. KAL HAVISH" ANt I.I'A'II' Ad- .7 Arhelei. Fee 5.I.Mla' WalletS Manuiacliirloa
Bo.klll-I. Inlerent MUI1AT1US OK LAhr-UANll. a .I letter 50. lolieeeeM r tXPPR IDESIRABlE
Dated at lakeland Foils County. .orporailon .inlitln under tr* Non DIAL Seen ...'. ......ee n. Mi,.. '..11.t..1 Pr.II.. USE
Florida, February 17 1914 .if lha United Hla tea of Amerliahe 10* Bide ........,.. .... Phone OR EXPERT reweavlnl' ef moth
ll.UaIN 101 Ceeh Hew 4 AM. P)'I IU.1I. hole.. man. cliantw knSwimming ... AUCTIONFriday

THE'CIRCUIT' COUJT" eama the .'lulua 0'.1.' ... on unit tha to follow tnt's.'loss Ion Ion Furnltire' Cloth 4 ,Aeelliaeee ne Concrete .1.. .. osli Knits ltswlanlel ..". FARM SAACHINItRT JUIINII Only FRNITREWARNOCK

TENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, low deeirlted real properly 104 .... 01. FuelleeM eu,4u10. !con.III.,. 55 5 toe .. Nie.

POLIO COUNTY FLORIDA. Begin al the KW turner ofIHIVA1K I.. nerTeit t.scorueno o5510.. .Ih.r .eod lism 7:3 P.M
... Peels ,
IN CHANCERY. TOLHIST PARK", 10' M P'umben' lueelieeleitee Ion D'. ..ClCRIIT. nnra. .." m..m.n. 'DUI'.1' DD"." .n.1 We o .. FURNITURE

Caie Nn 1214. Drxket M .e shown on Replnt of Lulu It iou 4. at?...., ...... .,.... streuis. run.. ystioe sIll .UI .I..o. PnulptnrsS. .. .:
Paaen; 141 tn 1. and 111'* to tnt nf rCHOTKHRAI.K MU 101 Fled,. "........ _'Id.... K. H. 11.1.. I: pL Chasm D repaired, oat., .. .ru.k. JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCION & Appliance ExchangeMU
MART LOU SHARON GLOVER: an Union, to lbs III Se..i...,. ....-. ,1"U8.Lk.l.nd. 5 d. chemkali. lupplleiiilpment tMIIno u.lur. II.lur. .
111 leertine aoeei 701 Bait Prie t .U ai lan: : 2222 Lakeland
Plaintiff City of Like Alfied Florida, !
.... _.
_._ acturdlni to plat thereof 's. ZIP 111 tVentee Olfee Seuieneet M,_"._ Fences 54iN0' ..out .BUI. L 302 E. Memorial

tniUAM CHARLtd: flLOVrR: corded In Plat Hook 21. Peso AutomitUe 105015.5 'und. Blvd
Televisions ,; cl 1.,11 BETTER USED
J R.. Defendant sit. fublla Kecoidir of IVilk
NOTICE OF SUIT County Florid. and run Kant 114 .... a.. Cen*,MeelewAute UUTOAL PENCE c..a. Lao.1ns.5 .1..Ni ''31 FURNITURE & 1 04 6as, Oil, F.elROPANI
... ,... .
THB ETA'IB! OK rLOKIDA TO, tin feet and North JJO feet for m F eeneineitei prlcei no Polo renoir. o. ill'
... Fee .. T.LIV810N
lele .
inteed W.
WILLIAM CHAHLKS ULOV ':R. l Point of Beilnnln for Shin 6-1151 sly Autemebilei' tareetvd Lakelind Induitryr wont be MO underleld t41JI -. Ott,.. .11..,. ..nte sill BEERMAN REALTY APPLIANCESANTIQUES OAS te eeellnf. keeul .

JR:: Whoaa raaldence' and mallln descriptIon: thence North UU III Aulemoeilee. leev Sue free n"It Ct. 111. & GIFTS .. hot water. Irrtu ... IsduIrISI
addren la: Dlmrlct of Colum- feet: them r.a.1: to the anal: til Fee M,re Cert. TrweM .lInl'8. :31 I. Pie. Ave. MO a.31 I leri Walnut Slobs Room ... Call MS1Mrial .. ''. I_.
him Hoipltal. 11th K thence Month to a print direct U. Pirm 'm.on UpholsteringOPHOISERINO aull Oai Hervlrenamdale .
Streets. sea ...,.. Memee Income Tox -4 Mahoeini Cham R ... .3 IsO
a, E, Wa.hinaton n C ly rant: of the Point of R"(In. 111 .....,. Momm ...."_ Oak Table out Oak Bunwar.
You are hereby notified that ault nine: thence Went to the romtof 111 ,..1. ..1...._ TineTreeM .; 64 Innontmsnts. Sfki I'di bl. 01. I .
for divorce b.. been filed I Heitnnlns for thla dcecrlprtlon IU ,..,.... INCOME TAX IrA SIle satIN sod dr........ I ChaIrs'tl. "n.tra., Minle 05

.,.''n.1 you In the above entitled. Rentals unable. POPS eitlmitee .1.1 up Bedroom 'uil. twin ...d. and Jewelry
cause: and that you irs hereby sndan art hereby required ti. sea Builnen neeee eee DeeXin $S and up sod dellverr Phone .. 60SHjlllniiworlh LOS BRAR'Pint National Bank Iltos lope Phjfe Table ,
Required S osrmnesrnpyo I Ion..r file with the or other written drfenaon In Barlow, Florida. either 5lrr. 111 Furniikee Meuiee H&R Block Co. WrIts Box M M3. Lakelind L.A.- Suite wtui double bed 'F.IiL '.I told' plitlnua. illverilaoa .

upon Walter W Maoist,. plaintiff i tonally or 10 ysnittaror y. )onr lit Fee Rent, M,eeolleneMelHelen Blinds I and twla drusssr.-eootsr's J'.e. 10S South Pier-.
Attorney. wit... addreaa la P O written Answer or other drtenrs 112 Aeerltil 555.055 Worbdss S A I. 1 PM.A V."ofa. -Bran Bed- ecretarr 11 Id.
Box 154 Lakeland rlorlda,, on or If any. to thi Amended Complaint 114 Meble Meeile Meiee le. ..L S t S 6 i MertgajeiIT I Liquor Cabinet' from Honi loss WI SUY aatloul elock. watchee

before the 20th day of March in said suIt on or before the l..i 1)1 Doomi Foe Rent IM VERTICALS AND_. hO.'I..I.. Seviral Antique chain Tea Jewelrr. AIM dlamoade, .''O"DUI
A. U IM4 and before or Immedl- day of April, 1114 and to oem IM Daenn W,Ml Bear!) West Walnut St I .nu..ure.. .. .1.nod. BUI._u.Jnl.P"ad Ca" sstl505-'TOoCos Cameraomplete sod eelu. Jobs t Laraia, 313
at ly thereafter to file mliiski Pisintiff'sattomnrns. I1Y Heeerti 4. Camel .1..b. WIUI, tlllen.-Revere laoS Lemon.
a upon
lopv .
ICurt Phone 686-1958 .rt. I..
I. Lite, MO t-nn F"I 3
: of the above styled Courtftio RFNTLrT. 1MILLI-H: KINPHH: III U. Uefix-n Un..n ineel,,,,"aeerMee H_** t. 1.d. Air .... Corp 1.J 1.. Movie C..ol Clubi

original of said anawer or ..101 Iwrttisn CARR. CHILK1I tLLSWOHIH I.. WintM. '. lent M... TRAINED .lS Ave. 43137ORTOAOI I Alp CO.II.. _.. 107 Pbmblng
defenaei If at Houtr rlorldi, nil ). Dentell INC"t era) cOo.. Irom-Hidn S.ppl.
any lIla r-iat Lemon Lane suItsnt II LEDGER LOANI. A completeervlee 1
If you fall to do ao. decree pro Avenue. Poet Offlie Bni 44 I. Ijlke Real state PM eicepl lundexe BerMltchiU Us Coaveatlonil PA. sod d. T.u.In. Down Collector i Itemi.

confeeao will be I land, rinrlda' If you fall to do aoDeoree 141 ...... Heme Ule 1700 Kathleen CLSSIfIED ADS v A. lass term, low ran B. The Budiel Parmeal Ward
: : r.d. : rim
you for the relief, ., : the, Pro Confeaao lIb en 144 An-eeee. Lete Fee MM R.d I..... CO..lu".. aul I GAS
. 1. HOT
. ComplaintW1TNC8M. crud for Ihe relief demanded In I 141 I....?_ __ 050505 I.I.. Ho. Im.r..m..t Open > AM to 5 P.M. GJOt WATER

/ my hand and offlt.lal I Amended Niipplaltil. led '..m.. .. .
.. ._
..ai of nfflo at Baitnw Polk IN WIINKHtf WlltlthOr s 'n YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS punKeMd LakelandUortiaei ,

County. rinrlda. this Uth day o( lave hereunln act my hand and I:: HVeterfreMrS..::: -' Corp. 20 SoulA Teaneneee THE SPINNING WHEEL Ho Water Wn

February, A. O. 1114 teal. In the CMrrult I'ourt I'. 5,15 u. .._.._ 1- BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION "Avenue. t.13. YO Need III!
BEAD) IX H HLOtS JR for Polk t'oui,tv. Inrlda. thle tlat 101 ..a. ...... .".n.n_ FOR BALK Beiaoned flnt 1021 B Florida ImullaUM

Clerk Circuit "o.rt day of, I-.hmnsrv. 1911.. ::: ::' MU 6.11 1 I-Ask For Classified; laiei ellA, wall balsAms.. A..u 117''N. Kentucky

/. JR. .
By 1.1. H..tl"l1Deputy 1 H. 111..0.\ 'oral properties. with lie- MU S JI JPree ,
Clerk CI.rlc ot Clreull Court 'U.2a. Partlm In Rear ef MU 25103II
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A_ )4wI. o 30930095 : II
OII *U ISO 1* 554 10 3555 hiesoI 340
HEAR MM* CM ** iWi = AsolO. 55111 .
Karol II ...... 40.86040 055.4. = $1.05. 5093503.

THE: HCW LO W U. B0B.T 58...

JSf&VSS&uz.i.r DEE'SMOBILE 409 510 I
5.54095. 35* ,

HOMES (M DOW*. 016 t
ii' MI H. W1toII. 110.- kidrnaii CB,
eakool aM* Bklakv
... .1.J.- 124 Tracks. Trailer. BtB.. t&n*
i. .
THe ...._ .... ... .
dllPlarl 4. DDDO. $80 .. IWo ..... ;; $50 PER
1r505015509. .-1 15941055. AStir
CANNON MUSIC CO. 0 ... 34. Wool $580455.1aolI4.3i,104
:303 U. Pttrlci An M-tltt 3 '54 I bedrOOBt
: Op n Prlday 0eqrsiAUT1PvL 715 lor MM MM* k* MM l
$17115. A-I ,U.41111os. aIOt: IOIIIIt p. wialUMM- .
oPTNVTplftno.: Florida en.774C12S ---- kOBtaiUBt

$(17(1 i COBPOlM.uprtinu. .1U*i7|. Mudloeoj oath. Buss RENTALS 1 RENTALS REAl ATE i* REAL ESTATE 1 1* REAL ESTATE sod 9005 BJfa nil* MsSdsp MM to, *

Browne, KM _1Ia Florida.ACOORDWM .

10 Baa*. ( week.eld OREO ausn fir SIll 001 *r 130 Pumhb.d "Houses -, lit UnfwulihMl Neatn 144 Acreage, lets Per Sele 14ft Fermi, travel lorxbeiFROSTPROOF 'kedrowaa RINT'-4U1B aleepln Hear parch.wlloK Cottexeu Tw 005. I

7 iwltehM. ooit MUM lull city ..... FOrd. (:Ia.".l... 01olO. rear **a4..l4 holweoa (-, p.atgotrPtBTBLV MU -
hM anarantM. I1W or heat wh MM, InMroaMouki. 9150 aaoo WKNUHEO BOUBB l.o Md.e TOOlS BBOKOOM wilD tarmort RBAU BAROAIN9I Near Uk.-nVB .CIIII P11 .t COOP fita
offer InmMl attir. Writ Bo* M- .. Contact B. B ...... 411souta _. p .r rI.I.... snort Ward N' Norltt MusaoDUMtU *7Iauatk and *.mal tract of laud w to ._.. "Dlobed. M09 In. .4,304.Oi.ln AND attraotrMbrunuabad sArmwIel I
200 1oa$.,...A Led_. Inirabtai ATOOIM, 55*' .... 10 BOM, aam* with nouioeboawaiua 5.1k. Clor ISolItti 415T1' **tuo, MiamI t* aim
*4,1111. 019 Hurt PuMIAraou I Cool Brawn. MU (-111* Mora*, oue, .. 0598 (3.too.CUrk 11,.. 54051. :
'AM4IIA. COHN. ..I...... 5111115. hAL *, 5564105.58t&N ;nt BOOM* ...10lIocJ.. VISA Call ekide Malcolm. email Themaa.Ulht dawaparaenta fceaUP. ao40Jttmtn qooS. 191$

....Iao..81.not.Htihs, OIuallU Sad su.... TWO __ f.raI.budhooso. Ollr5. ood.58 b95. .75. 560Mnolboo10. *, (M-7("*i Bart ...*..(. ....-00... two k***. 4504461. 5954045 I
slut 1061 "ulla PI. RENTALS loll ....11. 10* ...lrt.I.n. IttJ a.BPACiOU' Realtor, _.>7U. r CB eoaaanwttna. Cork out..u 0991sfsrSiIo4W '
10. *55111111. 188.110II8. _ _
.. .... ,... TotiplIono ...:1 I THRIB bidroofflt.N Iral bA sod air aaaUltloola at .

110 BAIII Sceordlog. ''n nod (1S.ditlol. 6835. .wl| palntad. t.... yard c>.- POUR 11151 .Id.(100001. 139 .1.09. ea'110.11I rro...1114... '90 AcreS. Ml D..... OP. .1.thud. tvralatied. Near Bkopplpo .ea.ura _., Wo bios .
'118. ._. MU '1u1.: 12S Business Plouss for lint ehurahae. lId Svulaald
lIsts., Cumuratir looai** Itill lotbuoblo. $00105. Pruat own. 1U Valeacla matured. 34Jrounr cahoot, Clot ,
A 00(1) 11111. uiiiioiiiJnnouS 131 For Riot, MlicillaniMiCOMMIHC1AI. 110.00104, MO 4.4434. 4'3-1813. Valencia Price Ml.MO ullllUat aad fir. prMwttoo. 4uat Boa Gloss BulldeP, .
.0019. 559-3411. TOBB FOB lloreo or ..... rr. with II$ ..... a......., term out .. *llp.. By ._......, **. 15001005 ........ ... ]:
and 11,101 .tiartara. I0'.... or BMIDINTIALfurBliriMl 56$. 1f0IJRN two bedroom dopb. 40 ACRES. 41 In trove. 4 ptllaiweet on kalanc Call Jlia Power with ly. MO B-HM Thla ..... wa. la **d OUUruulloa
110'.05'. Phone ai-MK orKl ta\:\ .. anfuraiiihod roBtoia.MU ,... .10011'1. *1al1ob. lU-aalt it of Bradley ....... andhulldlBca T R. Tucker Jr.. -...... MV !'"( Ptrxte of Slow... LOri e k>t.: la8'J. I

109 Radio. TeUvl.Um (. Rudy IUltu. 1UT Bui Manorial 1 8.1-1801.-. ....M lot Illull4dtl. ""'1.1. ,(1 OWNMH.. aaa ..... tor** kedrooat TWO mantOOU: '
.. .
TWO OH Uir.. DMroomt Include. HO.M 340 000 boo.pbosul.09
Bltdi UO-4IOT cluannodtrn
KM RUTT M Woos knUUlBl at anrtima. .. : CB. full til. hath carport for Ml.. CtoulUM
Hir 1.001(1 Nt* 1M4 Admiral 111 Bovlll naiMa AT*.. rnBart ., CALL U. 1M nutaU *l all klBdaW lau Mhool itrM. kuiMl '( data oonflrnied III* and kr 10 .pro.peeUi ..... 'utility. _.. (II.000, JtO dwatKJ cat .r etc aaa;
color UlnUlBM.' Regular MMalue Inrludlni ttllltlM *-8.J7" laceMe : -.."> aller 3 0 .v3UB deal. 0144703.5UNOALOW.
Iotal. ta. b* nwd for top mar Ito* HI Jot Maotiw j o.mr 05.7041.OIBOOIS 147 rVepertyVlUI ,
.. Whll they 1m-ttta. Peacock Ibid II b".Ion... ID. Reol_ W3-1314. TfiB BKDROOM8 Carport ?OlWdUmItlI000.' will Mil: ..
Jtedla' .* TV. 44 North MHtr*. JOlt a r** $..... from Into.. room OM -at. |70. 901 PARK. Attractive lake.view thre "bedroom two bath ...... nl.hed .. ..
.. ......
Wlbaah MU 13171. 0801,50. lolL Lane woadcd aim with TliOa B.DROOIf b. .
southern Collnr 501.3103 .
Call BonBuna 133 Mokll H.mn I .. ., .. ... lout **ndlUuB C B dinla, room kilo...
MU 0-9071. and wamr hi Good .r. oat OIn05 I. 51155101 rooL :: m.1I
01 TlJ8 AaoItA. IU UMUUrwdroomh land Hill for CotMU ron,.. and hath
NBC Land COm. .. UHX>U (700 ( Btonttt laconi 54.
112 Wonttrf MlKellaruovs Two C,. uoott, .oreHBouiltal .. .. 34515C630OM0. par**!, eloaoa. k*
CLEAN MODIRM t\rBlUl.d k>UM. .0. and *wn eri B 140 toarlewoad -
29 rvrnbhid Apartments Slat lilpu., nalter Mil -1J10. poroU Beparat ... .
trail**, *.II.* Ood U.... weeaild' keauetf
I CASH ro taut uiiiued UDU: ooBdltioan. UUUUM fumW>*.d. -.oa. tw-ina. 5 ACRES TWOPUPLBZU (four Bi_..II Lake Mariana. Fired road 11 *TaiM 011 tot..."Priced., .aa I. .
II1J 3-33n. UMNWIIEB: OA mBfimliMd Hi.MM B... ..., lakeland
IINV41BM iMkH. IIUo. 1433 BURNS Street. Two bed 0,10105 .11ob. ,...IIIIId. Air mile Auburadal. dallr lot Zoo ... ,
GOOD CUD furniture end gttl.r ktk MITUM 11.00 t* 3811. moat homo oa two tola Poreh oondlUaaed, "0.11... ntura OBnmetment WO 74(13wlnaewa.: 1.o .I.nd. WorMsCMI6CNcO ,
houethold 1 lloeu. To. ..,... pudIIU MA.O Mutbl*. MMIM Aparv'Bt HCB MODJUW fcnuattauw Mloa OIL Root or ..II. M-37S1 lOse ", ,,.1...... 01......, pout Phono UlOUl.DUPLCX 8AII04IH. TwIll .IVIOU,. CIhIm.
J-346 .. HO t-4304. '' *. MO I-M4S. laa* plan M 11-s. Adulu, M &ii5'wo' b'droodlll.. road ..... wilr (4.BOO wlta >I% DBLUXB In Bte.neMhkarkoad 9rOSmf, ., ,. 10110 bo .'W.LI. ,
DOPES TWO MU.j>m>, UMnio ..... Jtot Norlte Pnrlda: *M> lar*. .iMei*. aleee to .tore all dam kalaae 141 par BMta hardwood Terr(1,0,.. ...,.Iad. nice ..1.. ,...tu.OlOl.. is run_til.1. .

AUTOMOTIVE'I 1 -... _llob... boll. soda. 0100010.lloar 1318.ONII. OeoeoJa. Inquire (W Palmetto. Call Jim: ...... with T .. TuckT air ooadiuoaaa. elwttlo ....... borbood no dIV <*>'>, no .1_ II........ I amoss..
.to"L buo. Adults 5024147.MOT3LAPAOITMNTM toe coil Term.. Three .bedroom.OK .
BEDROO" 1101.1 00 50, DNPUHNtBMID TWO sod thre or, .: .. ....110'. MV (-7173ACREAGE .,.. PoloSIOIt 0. ranna and [ Woodland Dem. lot 70lo 8 Ots.oe.hl.. 1.05. .
00* 104 lID.. 0.. MomS to stani, i.. ODd oedrwni houwe, .1,.. la school refrlaerator. *. doubl earport lbS owntr M..,
I AvtemobiUf'' Fr Sale > rociB* 119.100. BtHKIti IUl lundrr. (WMtBTFree .. .. .. 1.10 lo "0. MU I..Ina.GIANT 1 ...... _bl.... Want 551.041590lcS wortk* laro 010000 lIbido 111..a.tree. ......,.ao..
>h.d. DIH Moul 4(00 .... tbla K It. Ownrr .*..1! _
090 BIDROON forutolud 5r511- IIIB braud nw .. 31 erala, MM aad two bed.roomi OWNER
1(.3 CBEVT a. air .ioditioB; Tampa BU .T. I. for .... C'II IIU 8-3096.. bedroom ca. Vliu '''_. mil.rool POUR UNITS (1000. ..II.D' 717 Bxaanah. (7.(00. 55?. Small down I
automatic _.1...... r .dl*. -.._ BIUHOOU iaTM >parUmrat. It.. AOTOM amos Bouthmuk 1111 n. BUYERSI. moaer maker. Heat SOW WardiPublu1 time aero. BU dltrount for ...b
hMtor. llnld tlau. 114(0. Call Child .._..... Off ttrntparkini 'lit HUB. out tn momw. uv ud 5.510. Cell MO In air eoiutx Phon (war 00 Barkar od)
.....1143- oslo luroUhtd. (MM a-eoa. 84 ..... Hand Thn ...... :3-3334 imo-373: Inns ....._ Ul*

WU1NA4CL '.110 arldl' 10 .H ...... LoS IS "I do... IsaaI*. ROOMS .Ih. Puntuodw C., **! po 15541 ir _1 141 W.terfront'r.ptrIJ *. _.. air eondltlonedfeoced .nlc lot .*.
V.OOI CuL 590-095. UBfurouhtd.. Ooo4 (MalloBmar urm. MOToe I-38DI. yard Real boot la S _alaat m.00*. (
colle. okuMMo ud Lan Free Towing 2. $0 ..... III, .104. 4214 puair. wry ......b.* Incatloa, Call MTJa ..,m'D" Call Earl
it PLYMOUTH elation. waaon. MorioB. efle-tnao LAItIl HOLLLINOIIWORTR .....1 .. 31.. 40,5. IACItU1C. so CIDAB slAIn. QM ar after 0 ..... 883..e. >-7U. M MO -
1929 Very nice. Call MU 14070 0II1O. bom. for Ie_ .111. 0... $111165. 3 5.4-noon isrol .toD'
Oak A...... Ihlla'.... LAU PABKBB ....1. broad B.. tIll April 1 1101 (5 Sop, Eirlsr.oo11 .... :J. ;JaG ...... H tlfirfd and b..... TOM. Cull *r torn THRIB! BEDROOM two full
tote ...... Ul. katfc Urrloora ._ la mniral Plorldaa' mot klur OlOnn 5031503.S .Irod.1 ftnnd H sIlo rl>w front. Lar.. rote fr*. ..... (* *rf .. batha ........ room eepkrat 2949
. 85 11IUNDI1IBlaD 'or 0.1.. .1 thrat MOM ......*. .l otrlth nodara mobUbom parkYUlt (*.. (310 Dor aor*. Tor.... .... d.,. Croom A.OnawhMHld.awar itlllty VItA thower. wall-..-".
58100. 8500 IIIU "'01'. ..>. Hrrt 11oo. MU -4734. 'I"fRAC11V'. ) *MUi I mile. Norm .. ... .....liD.. .onv.nl.nl lo all AUakl .
.Irol* M aukllhuB. rnol .oda> IwiUgn. 950. lit .. ..,. sod eu. II... Prrfeol ...
Wood and! water
REAL BARGAIN M Cadillac' airconditioned 8OUTRBIDI APABTMKNT Mi... 001111110514 (in 4. OIl *tr( loU, Worn oa 301. Jurt Btuth of .
ill cltr faoUIUM mio raiw *150. ClodS ...
>* V I r itMrlaikrakat Ir furalibod rrrmaaent leD... nina an all now noraatlon kulldlBiIT'S .i..iti. "e 4031 .100 PT. L"lIro. J( .Il.ow..iof dlUM Bee H. MU .3.. oobtol. Uk ". ,
auUHBiM ,Id... ba>tr. d..I..... till Olrol DrIP* MU ii DERH Lakeland on Una. MainhIods.. CNDtB ()IIIITIl-UCTION. TradlUonal ,mIres o.ki. Pour DI''I.A'II"I
new tal RMM. dtaiud Into 140.1'. ALL NEW ATTBACTIVlhoiBM. ,.* W. G. HALES .UH tot for aal. at (4001. Hlah I. deelia fraturlno eeparato talk Doubl --
..r.,... 1300 MTJ J-1WI. MU 'lUlU IWOUJI 554 OslO. ..100trl oobool.-.Po.oId 1H bath bom, Soar 110.110'M" and drr Cal BO b. M.I t* Kia.MmmM ala.In* raoai paneled faaiUp Panuwnt to aulk

9-3074 5109,0 tuol "..... 0101 Drive Out Today To 001111. HII-I031.11* '110. Clark .a1U ar Miami See H. C. UU. room with fireplace. double .,..11. (to"4a, .
lint CADILLAC tour door. ..d... bus UB*. Oil MU 34JJ4QUUT 'It' U Oardn.r B. U Bnka or Bud door entry torn double araia :
'03 _I... R.*l lId* COBdltloB TWO .IDRoolI hall dopin.. Ii'Ule It IMrk Be.ltr. loll list Briar Brae Lakeland. maet de- JUST
Air condition all pawar, oaialuora PURIII8HED APAMIO4INT 01.n CIRCLE M Thrs ......room.. J1orhl. _.... Main ... Ph.. MU '-(133.LAU'RON1' ....bl. .ddreu Boa OUen kulldOU40U. .
(3000 Call MV a-wm Iouth To1ID... 1Ie..bl.. Bolh poor sr'o Tool. ...1 ACREAGElarge I,. : Mi mil lOst al
11'11 10116. *udp. ......101.oooD IIAUT7PIXL 11b. lull Good.... '
ll18a ploLCnII ''' D ""0. MOBILE HOME and small from .urndale. 1U ... on Lake Ariana, Am CONO1TIONID and boIled two katha. tw* ear
1.300.. P117.04 .".... MU CLIAN Bloollt furnlMod 1.001100. 11101 For priced (JO ... d..",. Th..a_ WIres oodroom Plor da room "lauv tamp .....
.8BI8.. foot room apartmml oulooMtIKBU nil Week'a Rood. I ..... _... SIWIp dos.oslod $150 per acre up. home' arara. kpartment and IlIon bo.... Boutlnld. Cell MU I-147*
). valor urnUhod. (Ulaulto .I Special .. aI..1I r.... 5114 r.lrl. Boat heiue. Btoal IbIs property THRH BEDROOM CB 11.. .... LY.ROY
1UO MIRCUBr "Door. On. ., Good term '
Oood eondlttoa *wnor 4BJ01Mti New .10. 181 m$5. lD.aln for (30000 tent ... 0....' lot *U bout, *onditionlntrHA .
(700. Can .1.-. RealtorUK
BLOCK from oollwi. llrlatoom R C. Ule B L Oardnar or I L WIdow (*ln( aortll. (U.
DM 3174. M3 .
Blrtt 7(37 afUr .
( 0. .
Ill W TED TOWSON (.. at Dick Mealtr. 1(11 BMIMala
allonu with lnlnf anakodraom x RQYCRAFT T I HI E BEDROOM BouUuldo. MUSAROAINI. .... (11-49.13
1943 ORaCHB *M Coup. Bl. k Ul. Call MU ".0O1. 1131. 1 bo.donm. $94, Jolt. 111091ui : Realtor Phono MTJ *-&133APPROXIMATIXT -
..U.., condition' Radio tpHlalBurKht or MU (.1J04XITTAOB $4995 R..llar 184 W. "olDB. UU I-31H 117 B. .... AMA t rna aa BEAUTIFUL ''ruder
hoaw, tbra bedroom 1 bath
..h..., .
mil...*. Ch..,. M3>r.'17MIXC1O.IKT u>ra. Li. POUIt _... f.roBdral .. *-t103. I Lake Loss 410 ft. L>k.malBrautlful fine eornw lot ......,... toe*. NO DOWN
for .eoupl or wit* MM thud 1501 West Ariana SLOpe two bedrooat ken, fottaM Un Bear Crr.tel Lake. (I.(on
BUY 'Uto'or 3.03 ".1Ia Florida. eaa_ REAL ESTATE I OWN PART OF lacoma. Miowa kr 500,111101000 till far ...Itr. Din br lOll :
'(3 Pord Ollwl *. ....dord I Day I I P.M. *nly. Contact R. cuu Eichinc. A..... Call (.....
tlk D'.. 301 Jut ,*.... HS004 EFP1ClltNC' APARTIIIIINT. VII I ... L. Oardn.r or B. L. 4M-74U M.,..... Thorn.. M row
111M f01114054. Orsuo4 Sloe.WsotIIdo 143 Mobile Name let KISS Dirk Sully IOU" Mils.
MU .1.30.. 1 FLORIDA POol MO (.(133THRBI RIOOCII B1000 me.lni Call- ALL BRICK
,...1., Will _rill.. two bedroom .
SMALL 134 Mobile Home lMLakalaad
FURMIBIUO fllclnarae .,
117 AytoracbtUi WonUd BEDROOM hoUM BuU koUM. Perfect aoadltlaa .
aparinonlb privai katfcor Free Rent. I. kltchea oooo. Located I aillM Ideal Icoalla. Cleveland heliltta .,
buslBMa' naa or _..... (33gputb LAIIB BOliN' Pour lull .....11.Bo. $
.... Nor* of ( *a 301 In Coons* Holloa. P..r (13000. if aold kr .
WAHTZI ct.1I' 4 50 18"ocJ.
Blvd. .. 5 ACRE t
Pill 1190.51 1005 II .
... CslI MU ..3..... i"D1T1Oll1l) .I/IO"DO' Hkib and drr Mualitpal Free Towing. COMBO.. Owner MU I 1761. April lit Owi.er M 34UO_ Par ...

..... ud .. POR (ALB 01 rent. Lena kouee.eaell.BI .
PAY CASK for pickup '.1... or uoJt n.ar H..I.... Gull 1rIeo .or. .
...... ... Iota r IM boa Una Block Mntw 1 SO MltceltaneoM aodltla* ale I....
car II .1. PlaM tall '. 4101 Norm florid A... uu Apia iIB Bm.1\ don """' .
MU 1314. :: Orr* Park ohoppinf C<*- central Plerld. ..., ullr. TRACTSFOR ,..iced ....rd. blh, bound. fl(( MaIls Iod.ls, low
ur. Oood I... fuhlni and .koal.in II" ..
WB PAY (1( no for junk '.'L THRU HOOMD and katlk lanoHnonod .. ..all..... U4O Kvrui Crr.151 .- "* 111Iooo. ark
uueirole ONLY WB AVB the home roll are look
pick vp Toakali Iron anMetal < porok LUKIa and *a. La04 PrlM. MO7473.. :
bu. (11-3117 000 luralihad (61 pw noatt. ar U nohllhom ranch tod.. NOMTH POR COLORED ON liT!! In* for T.U ui what you want :
(14 Wok. Adulu ;310 Wnt Muaoiia IXIB UOH1IJ Park TeM blow all .11, ...1111... on mm ..... THKET WEST OP WIBBTIR I. and .b... rou want It. w* h*<.
CASH' IN tluh ear or plrkup Mg I-3W1. ramp HKhwar l...... dr> 10... pin.an all new r....*_ _.Udl.* $25 1 AND 4 BmmOOMB tJOO DOWN Donee of ill ...... In the lost
(3 or oldor. Call 186-tM. Wild Muolclpal. ........ Mwora, talo- to PHA OUAUPIKD aUVCIW: tloa ot lour ....1... Call anytimeMO
Bill Howard.Call TWO BOOM >B* b.lb. furBtahad phon 5033972.soveani IT'S ALL NEW MIL RUDY RIAL10R 1117 B I.>H4 ., MD 9.(133. Mr..
WANTED, OLD 3us,$ oa. or ... apartmonl* ..... Mm* DOWN MONTH MkMOHIAL.4107 ANtTIUB Wlalfred' I. Gaps with Pimaell "
.r..... lor ...h. Pfwopt 511159. loruolt. MO H duc d tile for, ; TRAILER ..... avail Drive Out Today To Soae, Int. lit loCus Florid *... INC.
Blank'!, U3-MOI. lummw Kit *ouia BIMX MUchin. I- sOb.' Parkway TTallar' Park. M3N 411 Bo. pie
,40n. I .w Tampa Hlihw/ar. CIRCLE M SEE: M-tlll
WIUo PAY .... for des. 05091 THft.' IIDROOII 5..... oonlt.1
5.509. .at or Dido' MU ....M LANO' OWMHT.IRI '''0 "" PIVB ACRE WISh> ..u-oIi4.. hostIle ODd sIr ..dlllo.I" .. '
5501. IWO 0510. ...bl.. 19- ttt lank *a.. road abad sod 'MOBILE HOME ,_ *cr. of land oo Mow Dad
.. loeatMl 400 LaoS Urn.atroM .404.. ....*. OM-OM LAKELAND 152 IH! Iitate WenHJWB City ...... Sold ky ...., oriw
CASH FOR YOUR CAR iBguIrt TJO aouUi JohnOB 1301 West Ariana St. yoiiy owa "...... pa. MU J O

pbooo MO 1-191 altar SO'1104 133 looms FK let Open 7 Days I t P.M. ACRESON OR mullet Food Uitlan '''13'. : .7 J Jor.
PradarrU Cbnnlet win warS dara all d>r $55.or4l
for natal. Mil Rudr Real 1(03 TAUNTON Ateau*. SOCIIO
(ur roar ear It lOs eleaa or Bu daCLOBK LARO' BOOM ...... 11506 55.. laAUTlPUIo LAXOB .iied. lot .141 1(11 hub .....orl.l. 48...I.,. lot. 'Plo... bedroom tw* kath loP
I .IN ............. 1-4 00.110&0.. p...,........ ..... r.o.lIbl ..- I.. trailer 05 Lake Parker *.,. DADE CITY ROAD Plorlda room built Ul teat ando ... 555501 Sal 3 -. ]
CAR PAYMENTSTOO roomi. Waihw. (40-..(. Bom* "H. kfO 15346.COTTAGETWO lie Tank waur ... "lMtrl. Ph .... Central air and .heat, Owaer naIls. 01110 I... 5 ]
".. I'. Clark RMItr. SHO-4031. .134.3 LIST YOUHPROPERTY tranahrrid. MTJ -1011. .." forsm.hod, S '

HIGH? DIXIELAHD. POva r.onus 1011biih .al for nttrtdua. ...room... Haw kathd oar- MEL RUDY WITH US IIijt1Wo .odroom CII. TrIal ".aoo. 50-17,

lurDlobod. DIIII&II' $33: dID (M me:.... _'IN. 144 Atreege, lilt for Sale .01.5100 ..rt.... Si .7t. 40%
;woo Hunt..r. ....3t1113. LMU REALTOR Yore r.u"10' 640110 i.bod
will off .. ,
Pendenrli CMfrolet PIP If .h.I, ." .II .J It, aunN JOHN 1. ,
pour lat* aiodl ear and lull ;1 BOUTHBIDK larwt tDtrumnU. 136 Reemi With low PlVI AC'BI ,.... .21 10.5. In MORTGAGE BROKER IT DOWN."ML. Whorlr Palnvar S'bl 001451 11011 PlI.. Sooth
rou bom* la on* pott *aa afford .3 room. wathlni firllltltii, tlM.fimMMd ...ID. M. 0,49 Realiot 1121 Realtor LMLA lot Ta- IIIIU 11011..aB _
*. M,. Buoeell .. Mr Guns WblIt. '31_. Clarkitoaltr MODERN ROOMS tar tool wuh B M.oirlal Bl.d MU 04HHOIC ,. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. MIM ....... Pttoa MTJ -117J. :. ''UTIJVL 'aD 4-coo. T... $501140 LIlLA
118-4031. 0' without board la Y* Old. ; BUILDINU elta 15Gb 'II.., t* a. Ten. Aft. PatUntUU Ibr. it 'our b04r0410 505.0 A Mb'S BoLl k

PENDARVIS TWO ROOMS cl.aaPrlrat .Irol. Motor Lodia IT to 14*' dlrecUr .( Cl.relandr dial 686-4107 any time 1.10151... To"ouo Iboor5. SmAll
OBtriBo and bath Hull floorS ot (tat*. Cam art* .. and Beldita B I,:L.C'ullt MU f. II ....., 1,1100 .IDd... .rl.
U. fumlaktd R. .'....( rtDCPLCX from mart aar point or 1D1o..., loll. MU (.3(7*. NKIED 1 to 1. $0190 pio1 sad. .1..1. 50 ...300. .11 la Sooth
CHEVROLET .ulrld. 5.1.11102. la en* dar WO wood for 14S BU.IMII sue boo.19.05.. BoiL .r..... 1.00.14' I 51190 05.90 01 Labslasd
OIl Pkon PH MJOO. BowllOna LAND BUY-1010 Mrai wntUtlearMl rreperty ....U12. 01 Old \VI.I. H.... ...... For .
APARTMKNT Thro PlorWa BIB. I.... toO per Mr*. f000hor l000rlItlO.. loll 3errMirdiO l TUE t
310 N Florid At*. room. and balh with irrwntdporco 1140 sore ..,..* ......, ...... aadMM TAMPA IlIOKWA118 (arOwatr TOUB PROPERTY can ao aold CV 4-1315 sO Gsa WIa.lees. .
115 WIlt ..,rIl.. MU 4- ........ Corral ud I...,.( want offer. John BnnBB now! Call Leonard B.oln $. C'I 314J3.SURE .
Ill AwteMoblle Sn. R.,. 4'701. 138 Unf.nil.he.! Apart kutM. w( per ..r.. (0 MrMoolr Ptoaiur. 13* Woo Mala, II.. tot 558.4100. PTM TBluatloa MoblKallo
MOO (1(00 ..".. 300 MrM *.
LINCOLN COORT AprtBalaLakaland 4* head of '.' $ enlr (40000
UPTOWN AUTO Benrloa, lOS 130 FurnIshed HOSIII 3 09 .. floe aillM from C.. ..1..vl.llot.. tltoi Ill ".... HalBudr. WANTED: BUOO1NO lot or
for .r.
Norm Florida An.. Phono ((*. I flnait .10'" Oil..... DB. kiahwar Realtor 11121 B. MaMllolBl ....... or ame*. Cull MTJ ,-.a3, Or
.)* north UaMla sad W ot lib SlIM EASY
34M Special Uiru ..", rd.,: THREE ROOMS. Coupl or VItA MO ........ roalMO. enl> (7M per OPt BMa .d. 506407.INDUSTrIAL after t ... ,
Complll lesS lob laeludlniparta bob.. BcrMMd ...,.b. UUIItln C. UK or R. L. OardnirDlek TRACT ...IoINI 1
and labor (KM. Minor optional Mar km it.n. MU TWO .IDKooIII ',.... I. DaIo-, B.altr loll BuS M.... olmlt.lp IiAir.
tu..-... leeludl.' part and I.. I-3LJI. wao, *.wiv iMvooraw*. Of* I009h Wools* MU "'133.IUKEI.Io..D. I .'B=. loon.Bllrad OMtMJ 153 He.m for Salt way to push ahead II to ,ou'" want In I
hor 0 cylinder (10 M V" ". .8. iMtUi. *WBM Ml) 14341MU will be readln
...*.. call for aa _1n1m.D'. TWO BEDROOM 5.015. *4,11.oslO. 3.7M4.DUPLEX BUT ...... Ul7ll7 h. I. 30011558 ........ Hd4101. BOUTHalDB MtW Trad row turn to today' "Automobll. I
150 ...... 64r000tll. '110"oDIb ('. walkln dlelane 119 For Klr. Cln Tricks .rD'' .101..11.. 503 lb IhrM nwnu *ndbath. oonthial aboppul and achool.CHOICB ,. will lake Solo ....... Waikini .... Place your
..... Modern. (40 _lb. loss f. dependabl. solo.
EbB v.- 11._ CIII "U ..21 se "UI..Jl1O. ...IM ahopplnl and alMiealarr a he'U ... It I
list Umu atrMt. Tdwboo*
TWO BKDHOOM hiUM. Two .bol. Mrow at.... Irani Beuthw mobile.
CHtvnaAi.._ DRAOUHB i* ,ill.ord.. .m.1I Milldrm cetpwd .1It I 001.6264.lOWLY (01140' let I* elir 1411Pera LIKE TO SELLA ,t Junior Bia. WIlt wwdawUMt UU now i iI
10 1 drlwe Kent *r
month *(3OT. CKCOHAfCO file yooauT Place. LaaaKtced. (100 ( sIt (out* LlBMl *_ I
MO 7S1I bath aernaed por tit. Hear atoreei .5l. 0... ...d.e alurnee. alM -
TWO ROON lao..... 1300 Jut 7... Park Bill. Ia"ulr .a8 PalDELUXI fall MU 093114.OVl1.AbD BICYCLE? kr eppolnlBioal Faoa (MIU10 "ClASSIFIIO DISPLAY __"C1AsIISD_ _
120 Farm Impltmeats l.oson ..r.... _10. .0 ones, 0101, 612.31111.POIIZCLOIEO .
.J1CB LAKErRONT homo fura.Uh sod Soil. ,.ullluJ b..b land.

O BMALL ,...... wIth Mw roterr .d. 3 _room. .'ocl... kIMh.b tral bial TWO and Mdroooi sir aditwniB with ..... I.... Mallaa Uk.laBd tin* MndrMIL Now'a the time I And MU la aianp P.CPOBBBDbariaia Lakeland
... T.rmdowa.
1304 Booth mower Florida.will Mil M trade I..... .p...l...*i.WIstor*o>k.H.kauia.... 11. Inner 110Oil. .. 005100.buIlt. la .Walklnt**. and ,dutaa..... *.*.....10. ..a.%C."Ul..(1(0 5,4 Bar per B L.acre K OardaarB Ul. at. 1-1151 la the number to Biorlal Mel Budr....ftcarlar. 014.4101.CISOICI IM1. .r..1 America's Choice Compact!!

flo. LMOI0$5. 0-all ..01110.I ,..... aad .akopplB. Tk* flBHllOarunwt .or call for a Classified ad-
|OBI... Phon MU(737 Dick 4 ... ,. loll IMt MalI 9lT1R05d1Nf 110.... ,
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Ha would like to take this opportunity, to

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3 Complete Households of Furnishings at Lakeland Ford Company, 125 Lake Mirror 64's 1995

All I. On. Day Driva Lynn has been telling automobiles Priced Pram

611 EAST CHARLES ST. for 17 years, 2 years of this time in '63 Priced From $1795

UlXUIIOUI WAn Am. Lakeland '62 Priced From $1595

I C a II"J ... Wednesday March 4th 9:30 A.M. Sharp
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IS LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, March >1.1M4

I Has Hospital Widespread Pakistan FameBy I

I 'i i I
RICHARD F. LONG Dolan trying every antibiotic ,
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan UV- known to help this type of case.
ra Her name was Arab DIM and Eventually Dr. Dolan's care :: \drr o.
she had been sick a long time and the antibiotics began to be
t with septlcemla, a serious blood effective. Several months later
: infection. Arab Bibl was able to leave the
: : ri :;: ;. She lived In a sun-baked Pakistan hospital.
village in Jhelum District 30 Hospitals Operated
where there is very little med- This type of medical care has
ical care. Her husband, Akbar been going on at this hospital
Shah, wondered who would care for 35 years. It Is among more
for his seven children if his wife than 30 hospitals administeredby
died. the Medical Mission Sisters .
Akbar made the decision. They in India, Pakistan, Africa, South ,
would make the journey, by,Viet Nam and South America. I :
hired car, to Rawalpindi, more The Sisters' American head : : : : '.ao $ Announcing
than 80 miles away. quarters Is In Philadelphia.There :
are 750 sisters in the :
The FirstRESS
Wife Near Death
field including doctors,
When they arrived at Holy pharmacists, laboratory nursea'j
tiit$ Family Hospital, Rawalpindi, nicians, administrators Annual
Arab Bibl was near death-the retaries. I
journey had tired her. Although they are a Roman I
They were met by Sister Au- Catholic order, much of their i
gusttna Dolan, a doctor from work is done in countries where
New York associated with the the population Is predominantly i
Medical Mission Sisters. The Moslem Hindu or Buddhist. ,
Initial diagnosis was not en About 95: per cent of the people I :
couraging. treated In Rawalpindi are Mos EDITION

"I Just told Akbar that "where lame
there is life there is hope.' I The reputation of the hospital I
LECTURER CUrt M. Cotton Jr., I.*, London journalist who I It I.cturina .t PI_ ,Is such that people like Arab !
Ida South-s Colloio, confon wWi Dr. J. .1...., Grow, .... .( ......... tfftln, and this Ro*. Dr. could solation not,"offer Dr. Dolan much recalls.more con. Bibl come from as far away as I i To Be Published By The
Chars M. Cotton $r.. .! Miami. hli tariiir, who woi formerly pottor .f First Methodist Church h.". 'Kashmir, Afghanistan and even u f f f;
For weeks the
patient lingered
between life and death, with Dr. Tibet. j LAKELAND LEDGER

Cotton Says Common Market Workers Seek :4 {yr raC f}' I Saturday, March 28th

Step To European November r


Europe'i new "common United States to changes In In light of France's historic

market" alliance Is a major business, economics and poll. role, "it was Inevitable that
step In the continuing progress tics In England and Europe. she try to cut England out and Rescue workers,' dug Ale through"us Oklahoma celebrates POLK COUNTY'SDECISION
of European integration, an dominate I
European Integration
Win Rogers' Day
American-born London jour A native of Clearwater anda ," he noted. the night to determine whether
former staff member of the other were buried
any persons
nalist observed here yester Wall Street Journal, Cotton is He also observed that Eng in an earth slide which killed BUT 11r TOGO
day.At editorial director of European land's current readjustment one man. t4
present, however, manyU. Securities Publications, which problems and the mutual efforts The body of Tillman Webb Every Wednesday
S. and business
i leaden government concede the European Include the London Letter and countries of to leading form a European common 33, was recovered from beneath YftOM MAINE TO flORIDVr d it AHEAD!
little than other business news services. tons of earth at the Holt lock 4
group more a market are natural aftermaths ITS
His father, the Rev. ClareM. and dam site six miles north-
I "junior partner" status, said of the end of the "empir.building" .
Clare M. Cotton Jr, Cotton Sr., was pastor of east of here on the Warrior
First Methodist Church here era. River. Fish Fry Night Send Copies of The
He Is series of sec
giving a "The second World War
before his appointment last
hires at Florida Southern College year as Methodist superintendent signaled the end of vast heavy Six persons rains caused were hurt a 200-foot when Delicious fillets- ij ,,; DECADE FOR DECISION
on the relationship of the colonial empires," he said, '
of the Miami district.Europe' section of a 40-foot high coffer- crisp, goldenfriedand fir: Progress Edition
"but the economic problems r
common market Is dam to collapse Monday ocean-freeh
for which the empires were To Your Friends.
an outgrowth of U. S. eco
Rights Group I
nomic aid under the Marshall once." the solution are still withus. When there is a lot of sun- ALL 0 O Lei's "Broa-A-LIttle" About Polk.

Asks I Plan In 1945-48: which placed spot activity, radio signals are YOU
Bryant the participating countries Although leadership of the apt to bounce crazily aroundthe -
CANS I : "
free world has passed from \w
back on their feet during the earth. I EACH
Take ActionFORT post-war depression, Cotton England to the United States, II I EAT 7 per,..... i '
he said, "it still remains to be ;,;. COPY
said.The whether WEDNESDAY NIGHTIWED. French Fried Potatoes ;:
we can
seen successfully ':r ENCLOSED
Marshall Plan
MYERS (AP) The stipulated adjust our policies to the Cole Slaw Tartara Sauce ::
Florida Advisory Committee to must that the dovetail recipient their countries various many changes under way in Rolls and Butter i: Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A
the U.S. Commission on Civil the world "
Rights has called on Gov. Far- national efforts In a com THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER
mon economic front, he re Cotton's visit to Florida HOWARD E
rls Bryant to improve the racial
called. Southern Is his first stop on a
situation at St. Augustine, the lecture tour to several Methodist JoHivonf73S p, 0. BOX 408
oldest city in the United States Move 'Inevitable' colleges and universities 1 Corner of Missouri & Lime

Conditions in Fort Myers and Americans should not be sponsored by the church's Gen. r Thti Lokelond, Florida 2 5 C
Lee County also were criticized. surprised that France, under eral Board of Education.In Lost Main St. I Enclose 25c each for single
The committee at ,
a meeting Gen. DeGaulle's aggressive addition to his public lecture
here Monday urged Bryant to leadership, has seized controlof yesterday, he Is meeting 8:30 PMWTVT copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
4 encourage respect for Negro the Common Market en with several FSC student and Ch nn f ti "HOST OF THE HIGHWAYS" I EACH OR
.1 rights and police action necessary deavor, Cotton said. faculty groups. MAILED FREE

Augustine.to punish wrongdoers at St. nun HUMS DISTILLCM CO,n.c e,. SUNOCO WHIMR.' St Moor ass ells NtUTIUl inlT --. I Anywhere in the U. S. or Canada
,.y < ,
''' '
State's Image Of Concern ,\ eI l 1.", enclosing S. . 5

The committee said It Is con- vL; } Please Mail the Decode. for Decision
cerned about the image of the Progress Edition Tot
state in view of a quadrlcentennlal ,
celebration scheduled In FOR
St. Augustine this year. It said j "
"it Is Inconceivable we should NAMI
put before the world such an ex- \\

ample. ADDRESS
The committee said one life i iI $1.
has been lost and several Negro
homes bombed and that the CITY TATS
L .
when the
situation Is worse than .

committee met In St. Augustinelast s' t i MAILED
September. I II iI NAMI
Negroes are consistently de- I

nied their civil rights the com- iFk FREE
mittee added, and it feels that ADDRESS
state law has not been used to ,
the fullest to protect the Negro AnywhereIn
community.Fort I \\ i IL I :: CITY STAY!
Myers Criticized . . the

Reporting on racial conditionsIn U.S.or .
West Florida, the committeesaid m NAMI
"the city of Fort Myers
and Lee County are living by ; ;' ADDRESS
tradition In race relations with CanadaORDER
out regard for changes that are
and without regardfor i CITY TATS .
taking the place demands of Negro citizens i4 FL,:.: . . . .

for equal opportunity and
treatment. '
The committee said public of- NAMI YOURS
ficials In the county and In Fort }G
Myers "continue a course of enforcing : ADDRESS
traditions of the past even F'Q'U
to the extent of depriving Negro vk aBE

citizens of proper schooling, ] .CITY. . .STAT. .
employment, housing, recrea-
tional, health and other govern I1WI d
mental facilities." HAMS
It said schools continue to be
segregated and that on Salbel
Island "there Is a situation of ADDRESS
the most flagrant hardship with dj
small children spending five .'i
hours a day needlessly being CITY STAT
transferred to and from schools IllR j
i despite a willingness of the white
residents of Sanibel to have the
Negro children schooled there.

Georgia County
( ,J \k

Demos Won't u A; 11n' IC7e lAti t .lIiiitu..n
"tastoctswe.I". PbTwtttNo

Make SpeechesATLANTA .
didates in the Catoosa County """':iothis-
Democratic primary election .,- FORMATIVE EDITION THAT WILL TELL

March 10 have been ordered by THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY ,
Democratic committee -
to make no speeches. matter how'you mix, it one stands up IN WORDS,
The order left most of the > ,
residents In the northwest Georgia "i. No point in endowing a whiskey (, PICTURES and ADVERTISING!

county speechless with a great'haracter-only to'

Lamb County said 17 Chairman of the candidates Cortez <, have it melt away in the ice '' ., NOTE: To hove your firm representedin

voted in a secret ballot to eliminate or mU away in the mix. So we make :\'t this issue toll ,- .
speeches. He said the yo Fou'rRost*a special,costlier way \"wTri'
committee would be Bob Powell at 6861151LONDO"
county liked to reconsider the order. ,ar \ to keep its authority intact all '

F the way down. Give it a tryt9
The farmer's share of a 21-
cent loaf of white.bread Is about ; &
21 cents. a," .. ......y, .t .:ww. a.alvlt


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