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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
daily
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER VOL 40, NO. 173 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1964 RICE FIVE CENTS


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WILLIAM D. SHILLING Cason said that the right-of- and County Commissioners Its "realistic" road requests Informed that the right-of- from the Atlantic Coast Line 2. Old Auburndale Road
Ledger Stiff Writer way decision will not be made Alan Trask and lei Dunson and the "competent" mannerin way acquisition for the com Railroad northward 2.7 miles. from Berkley Road to State
BARTOW-COunty commission until the design ot the arterial Other Important develop- which they were presented. pletion of the fourlaning of 4. Fourlaning of State ROAd &69.
chairman Wilmer Mc. throughway is completed ments at the annual county. On the four-laning of U.S. State Highway 60 (Bartow. Highway 37 from Glendale 3. SR 640.A to the south
Cutcheon yesterday afternoon by Wellman-Lord EngineerIng wide highway meeting Included 92. Lake Alfred to Haines City. Lake Wales) was virtually Avenue In Lakeland to the city limits of Lakeland (Scott
requested the State Road De- of Lakeland, and he added : Cason said completed Cason said Medulla Road, 3 miles. Lake road).
partment for an early determination : A statement by Capon that "This la an important project "We will let the contract In 5. Construction of State 4. State Road 35 from Bay
of the right-of.way "It Is a very Important road the four-laning of U.S. High and It should be done. ButI June." Highway 471 from State High- Street In Lakeland northwesterly
needs for the north. south project and it will be an expensive way 92 between Lake Alfred cannot promise you that it On their primary road requests way 35 to the Sumter County to Interstate 4 at the
throughway In Lakeland one." and SR 2} at Haines City will will be done this year. We to the SRD county line (Tarrytown Road.) Kathleen intersection.
McCutcheon told Warren Ca- McCutcheon'i request was not be done this year. have to weigh all of the road commissioners listed the following ( Four-laning of State High (Hector Johnson, SRD en
son, District One road board made at the county' meeting A request by Cason that the requests and try and put the top six projects in order way 35 from Bartow to Ft gineer at Bartow, said that
member, that the right-of.way with the SRD In Bartow to county a peed right-of way most important projects aheadof of priority Meade. the survey for this project U
requirements for the-jour-lane present its primary and secondary acquisition for the completion the others." 1. Four lanlng of U.S. 12, The top six projects, In order .' 70 per cent completed.
arterial highway wonM havean road requests for the of the fourlaning of State The Lake Alfred Haines Lake Alfred to Haines City. of priority, on the secondary 5, Mt Pisgah Road from SR
Important bearing on the new financial year. Highway 60 between Bartow City project was the county'stop 2. Lakeland north-south arterial road requests of the 700 south to the county line
county commission's secon- Polk's road requests were and Lake Wales priority request under the highway county commission Included: 6. State Road 37, Lakeland
dary road program for the presented to Cason and other A commendation from Cason proposed primary work pro 3. Improvement of State 1. Lucerne Park Road Winter
new fiscal year. SRD officials by McCutcheon to the county commission for gram Highway 559, Auburndale Haven to Haines City. (Turn to Page 6, Column 6)

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FloodLOUISVILLE ,
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Ky, (AP) )
Teamsteri
j President JamesR.
rr : Kentucky's biggest city braced Hoffa. professing his Innocence -
r behind its floodwall,Confidently : to the last was sentenced

today against the Ohio River, ... 'F today to eight years In prisonfor
now a savage stream swollenby seeking to tamper with a

heavy rains' ; .. federal court jury. He vas fined r
IP yry In Addition a total of $10,000.
The Bluegrass State was .rte, u.s. Dist Judge Frank Wilson ,
among five hit b( devastating n '. who quietly told the stocky j
k at t e aY3f flood which have taken nine labor leader that he had been
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lives, created a refugee list of convicted "of tampering witH
the very soul of this nation"
vg'' fS t 110,000 and teulllcr'damage run- could have sentenced Hoffa to

!, a l li F i i.i ning Into mlyioni 10 years in prison. The fine teas
The crest of the river was ex. the maximum under the law.
.i e a cted Three mea convicted with
cinn.li.. Hoffa 'Were each sentenced to
upstream Flood stage there ItU three 'v ea,**.')prison Thsy
t ,I Mtrbut by Wednesday night could have be sentenced to I

.(rtnup operation were being five years and fined a total of.".
started In many.place In the $3.000 eachAfter .
Cincinnati aria the sentencing, Hof I
Western Pennsylvania rivers fa aid, ."I understand the sentence
began receding The Ohio wa Dry Spot For The Moment perfectly and I will make
expected to fall below 25-foot my appeal." The conviction and
flood stag at Pittsburgh by to Cattle Jem nun o.i machines ....11I.4 Ml high, end dry pies l .f fitim** .t e dairy farm sentence could mean eventual.
night. I. N.w Albcny, Inrf. This c....., .f the farm, mated nrar l.ulivlllt/ K,., was surramd.4. ky used ly the loss of Hoffa's job as head
4.MO HomelessIn wafer ..,..tI... t* *rif .r II feat .bov. tfc>... h..l. AP Wlr.pKoro) of the Teamster Union.
Attack U. S. Embassy The judge continued bond for
Indiana some 4,000! persons Hoffa and the other, pending
Rioters mirth with ..nti-Amrl* iuitMri *s trfctr *.iranitrrr( rt.ck the U. S. Imbiir I I.. were forced from homes. appeal, ,and asked the lawyer
...tWw's c.yir.1 say .f Phmm posh y..to....,. Tk.iii.iidi .f Cmkdins ware .,."" f* r.v. In Kentucky outside the Lou- Commission Urges ProbeOf to file motions for an..tppeal
JoI." .....,It. .. MM Aimrlc sad British Mik.ui.1 th.... (AP Wirepin vw cohl. torn PhMm P...hl.l.Ii ) |..isville area at least two towns within the next 10 days.
were virtually Isolated. Another Judge Upbraids Hoffa
dug out from Its worst flood In I

j Britain Will Liberalize were history.Seven reported flood.In related Ohio and deaths one $1,439 Fund ShortageBy Wilson"The In passing told feeling Hoffa sentence of: the ,court Judge la

that the verdict 1 la clearly tup-
Ii each In Kentucky and Indiana.
ported by the evidence and that
Damage not officially estimated RONNIE STUART ice recovered only $265 of the ment for clinical cards and knowingly and corruptly
you
Concentrate Import RulesThe was expected to run Into Ledger Staff Writer more than 11,700 In receipts pre.payment for obstetrical attempted to bribe a jury,
the millions of dollar services.
Typicalof
BARTOW-County commissioners which was missing "You stand here convicted of
hard hit towns wa Shep- yesterday adopted a District State Auditor John Under the policy to be fol- corrupting the administrationof
herdsvllle south of Louis lowed, employe of the
u.s. Embassy In London "The Immediate effect may Into the British market a* we Ky., resolution calling in "properauthorities' English was called to conduct an justice of having struck at
where feet of water Dullness office was to depositthe
has advised U.S. Depart be limited because of our present would like to, but this 1 Is an ville eight to Investigate a an audit and Trask reported"no the foundation of this nation.
in the clerk's office
covered
downtown.
ment of Agriculture officials short supplies of concentrate Important first step." At National $1.439 shortage In welfare department change" In English' findings ,money for receipts to be issuedIn Without fair lawful administration
In Washington that the BritIsh and the prevailing price He said he was advised today Guardsmen Louisville worker funds.Commission as compared to the clerk' triplicate-one for the business of justice there would be no
will liberalize structure, however I am con helped city findings. civilization In this "
government by Washington that the vice chairman country.
and firemen install flood office one for Mrs. Har.
Importation of frozen orange fident there Is a great market announcement was made in quick-rising river jumped gates.The Alan Trask said the matter The funds missing are for a vey. and one for the clerk'i Hoffa told newsmen that he'
J juice concentrate effective potential in England for our the British House of Commons at the foot will be turned over to the period from August, 1962 to records. would appeal the sentence.
Saturday Homer E. Hook, frozen concentrate and we yesterday and the American through one opening, sheriff department and the August 1963 a period In "I have lived my life (51
of 10th Street before it couldbe The check of receipts be-
general manager of the Florida are happy to know we can embassy was officially noti- county solicitor which Mrs. Mildred Harvey years) serving man and the
The affected area when Mrs. told
Citrus Commission said now plan market expansionthere plugged. However, the sheriff's department director of social services for gan Harvey members of the International
Is lower ground than the commissioner she has records
,here today. for the years ahead fied.Hooks said he went to London main on downtown section but chief criminal deputy the county, admittedly disobeyed showing receipts of the (Teamsters) union. None can,
moneyin
Hooks aid, "Thit I II a stepIn Hooks stated. on two occasions with businesses were affected J. E. DeReui reported today the county policy for her office but no receipts say I have betrayed my trust.
the right direction and perhaps Hook aid "We still haveto delegation from Florida citrus some the sheriff department has depositing money with the showing deposit of the I am not guilty. I believe this,
live with quotas and limited Crest TomorrowA clerk' office. money will be substantiated when the
the beginning of the end urging that the restrictions not yet been contacted. In the clerk's office
of our 15-year struggle to persuade license for exports to Britainof against concentrate and crest of 46'h to 47 feet was $%8S Found Payment Involved Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan evidence is ultimately" consid.
and
the British to drop import our fresh process grape other citrus product be drop. expected Friday morning at Jr said copies of receipts for ered cooly and calmly.
and on fruit which used to be a major were on hand more Mr*. Harvey has told com "If Jimmy Hoffa to Jail
licenses quota ped. He said "constant pressure" Louisville but the wall was being Deputies all money deposited In the goes
citru* import. export Item to Englandand has been applied on the readied to stand one of 48 than a week ago when com missioners commissioner'she took the moneyto business clerk's office are on file In the something will have to be done"Turn

and our pasteurized single strength for industrial Juices matter and he specifically feet. The river was only about missioners first began to checka the office for deposit although clerk' records books ( to Page (, Column 5)
commended Sen. Spessard L. a foot below the predicted crest reported shortage of receipt
Is still knew she supposedto
concentrates. There a for funds turned over to the aha was
about 18 feet
I bTGouflTWiir long way to go In getting back (Turn to Page 6. Column 7) early today and circuit clerk's office from the take the money directlyto

Get Copy Of over Gov flood*. Edward stage T Breathitt of welfare office. the clerk' office. T
the clerk' of. The money Involved I Is pay-
and Matthew E. An audit for '
Special Edition At Florida SouthernFounders' Kentucky
Welsh i nf _Indiana___ asked that ,tai "
Charles DeGaulIe .b cur- President Johnson declare I
really keeping world leaders Week many counties-30 In Kentuckyand u. S. Seeks ReleaseOf

guessing on what he 20 In Indiana-disaster
and Franc will do nest areas. This would make available e Il
We wouldn't venture a Tomorrow variou types of federalaid. Shot-Down Fliers yn
guess as to what De Gaulle Begins .
win do about NATO the r

Common Market or Southeast Visitor from throughoutthe lege, Jacksonville, 111, and of FRANKFURT Germany (AP) the three officers aboard the jet

Asia. state will throng the cam Wesley Methodist Hospital In 'I Three American flier shot bomber-which the Soviet Union ..+
But we are Interested in pus of Florida Southern College He 1 Is admitted shooting down survived -
Whit DeGaulIe will say Chicago. a past director i down over Communist East
tomorrow for a full dayof
wises be receives his complimentary Founders' Week events. of the American Society I Germany are reported alive. and one was brought to

copy of The A cap-end.gown processional of Newspaper Editors. i The United States I I. trying to the hospital Tuesday night.
ledger's Decade for De- of trustees faculty and Numerous publishers and Page i get them back and denies a Soviet "He wasn't hurt much," she z

ebbs Progress Edition, to members of the senior das editor of Florida newspapers Amusements .. .. ... 36 charge that they were spyIng said by telephone Wednesday. '

be published March 28, will start the program at plan to attend the convoca Bridge ..._ .. ..... 7 I "He joined his other com %
and team that Polk County 10:30 ..m., followed by the A nurse at a hospital In Gar- rades."
and Its communities are convocation In Branscomb tion.Also at the morning session Business New .... 19 delegen. East Germany said The nurse declined to say who ,
ea the move. Memorial Auditorium. The FSC students who have won Comics ..... .. 30.31 I took the pilot away She said
Yea can get a copy el public I Is Invited. scholastic and other leader- Classified 33-34-35 i she did not know his name. fl'I
the\ special edition and The principal address will ship honor this year will be Crossword Puzzle 30 RegistrationBooth The three Americans are

copks for your friends order- be given by Milburn P. Ak- cited by Dr. Charles T. Thrift Dear Abby.?....".... 30 Capt. David I. Holland 35, of I

by blank using ea the Page handy XI *f to ers editor and of the this ChicagoSunTimes year' Jr., president and Dr. J. Deaths ............_....... 6 In Town Holland Minn.; Capt. Melvin J. I
and
Grot, dean of aca i Kessler 30, of Philadelphia
day' Ledger. Regular honorary chancellor of the demic Birney affair They will announce Editorial ............. <4< 1st Lt. Harold W. Welch 24, of
subscribers of The Ledger college He will speak on this year' "Honor Fulton Lewi, Jr. ?.. 5 The mobile voter registration Detroit. I

wit have a copy deliveredto "The Role of the Private Walk" student the college' Horoscope ................ 36 booth will be at Southgate Shopping The United States and the Soviet

their doors but for for 25 College Today"An top scholastic honor. Television ......... ... 30 Center this afternoon from Union exchanged formal Hoffa Leaves Court
five
cents a copy, er active Methodist layman The will 2 to S o'clock Mr*. Blanche over the Incident in I
morning program Sport ....... ..... 27-28 protest
The Ledger
of
one dollar. Akers I II chairman "? Work supervisor of registration -
will mall the edition any. the board of trustees of Mc- Branscomb mark the formal Auditorium opening the of Weather ....... .......... 2 for Polk County announced. which the bomber RB66B reconnaissance shot Ti.miNn pr.tlj.iit limn .. H.M (10...! tfc. *. '.N| C*.it I

where la the U. S..r Can- Kendree College In Lebanon gift of Florida Methodist to Women's ."_..... Ml She said voter from all over down 30 miles inside was East Ger. with Teamsters 10.,.. William, ..'.11...., Ml, she HoH wMiil ..
alia. III, his alma mater and also the county are eligible to re- *.."4 try Mt Frank Wilma to I y.*n in trite* end fined
a trustee of MacMurray Col (Turn to Page 6, Column I) litter at the mobile booth. (Turn to Page (, Column 8) $10,000.. e ih.t|. .f frying t* In i ftdiral jury. tAP Wins**)*) I

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FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND 2 Thursday LAKELAND, March 12,1 LEDGER S4 '

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KennedyRift I


DeniedWASHINGTON II I Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation


PARRYT STATION H. L. Chicago .............. 42 34 Milwaukee .......... 37 29

TIMJL (AP-A clone I Miami .............. 82 73 Cincinnati ........... 48 39 MpJ .St. Paul ........ 39 24
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associate of Atty. Gen. RobertF. ........ 50 New Orleans 70 46
Jacksonville 71 Cleveland ........... 40 33 New York ............ 39 29
Kennedy said today reports Key West .. ......... 84 75 Donver .-...........- 44 31 Omaha ....?......... 45 31
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LAKELAND 82
of a feud betwen Kennedy and Ocala ..... ...... .... 83 58 Del Moines .......... 39 23 Philadelphia ........ 39 29
President Johnson are "Just Orlando ... ......... 81 60 Detroit ......_....... 39 31 Pittsburgh .......... 38 32
silly." Pensacola.. ......... 64 53 Fairbanks, clear .... .832 St. Louis ............ 39 33
"There Is no feud between the Tallahassee .......... 69 53 Fort Worth, clear ..65 34 San Francisco ....... 53 48
Tampa ..... ......... 80 62 Honolulu, cloudy .... 79 69 Seattle ...............49 34
two, the aide told a reporter. W. palm Beach .... 81 71 Indianapolis ........ 40 30 Washington .......... 51 34
"The attorney general and Juneau .........tr.- 25 6 BAROMETER

President Johnson have never Atlanta .. ... .. ... .. 64 39 Kansas City ........ 52 29 7 a.m. 30.10.J .
been very close. But they are Boston ... ........... 30 27 Los Angeles ... ...... 84 53
no farther apart today than they Charleston .....-. ... 55 50 Memphis . .. ... 87 41 p.m. Wednesday 30.16.

were three months ago. This v tyl iRE
talk of a feud is Just silly."
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Feud Not Discussed

Informed sources said Johnson -

and Kennedy had not dls-

cussed personally the feud talk

Reports of a rift have engrossed

official Washington In the wakeof .....ire A ,rit
a robust drive to get Kenne- ,-_- .rare er "i
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dy's name written-in as John- i... i r
on'a vice presidential running .,: 5m,4-

mate in Tuesday's New Hampshire -
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primary,
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The reports persisted although

Kennedy had Issued a statement FAIR .
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last week saying he wished to .
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discourage any efforts on his ,
Behalf in New Hampshire or u-= '..MIR ANMakrlglewnee +w M W

elsewhere. > enw ew5mQlmaer, leaR M "w"4 !
Fears had been voiced that srrasme- s sa es assn a > .qy
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Johnson would feel nettled If 4it ;.

Kennedy got more write-ins Wr-
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than Johnson did. As It turned '."....--.-- .

out, Johnson polled 29,835, Ken

nedy 25,861 in the complete, unofficial Pertly" cloudy skies with worm t. mild femperatees wire fortcart gain today for Florid T.m.ftittum .

the Easter count. But the feud talk wen ouptctod to rang! from the 70t In the north to the 10 In tho nuth MoonNmo, iwlrU
Bunny brings Poll Parrot persisted Ins, murky flood wotors of fho Ohio River havo modo moro then 110,000 Persons ,,_.1... In fivoirottt. I

At lease Hint parses hove died 01 a emote of tho flood. (UP Wlnphoto).
shoes for boys and girls COP Plot Seen I

The White House has Insisted WeathercastLakeland
that the schism Is a creation of
I
columnists. A close
Favorite Easter styling for every boy and girl I' designed for smashing good Johnson newspaper associate of long standing can expect partly r.wr.
cloudy skies and mild temperatures -

looks and extra long wear! Come see all the styles Mr. Bunny brought to MoosBrothers' heard said of this he feud had, except"never In even the through tomorrow, weathermen .. our

for you 5.99 to 7.99 newspapers. They're putting 2and said today. A: Partly cloudy through Fri .
2 together and getting 20.I Variable winds will blow atess -
think the Republicans are pro- day with mild afternoons. Cool ::...t
than five miles hour
an again tonight with a low of 46
noting it to embarrass us. -
Maas' Children's Shoes tonight, increasing to 8 to 16 to 54.
White House press secretary miles an hour tomorrow. Mod' B-C-D Partly cloudy and mild
Pierre Salinger scoffed at reports erately high humidity was predicted through Friday. Low tonight 60.
the two men aren't on Variable winds 5 to 15 miles per
speaking terms. hour.
The maximum temperaturehere ,
I E-F-G: Partly cloudy through ew Y
yesterday was 82 degrees
BUY YOUR EASTER SHOES TOMORROW The Detroit Tigers have three the minimum this morning was Friday. Low tonight In the six
Irst-year players on their ros- ties. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles
PAY LATER WITH A MAAS' CHARGE ACCOUNT ter. They are pitchers Pete I 63 degrees, and no rain fell at hour.
per
Craig: Fritz Fisher and Joe 1 the city hall weather station. H-I: Partly cloudy through H 1.II 1--

Sparma. I I Friday. Low tonight 65 to 70. ...
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-- -- -- The largest'' trown In Penn Variable winds 5 to 15 mile) -
RUd01p1 .V Choose your diamond from; this State football history-49,388- per hour.J ,
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.. turned. out lam}., Columbus Day .K: Partly cloudy through ..-;,.... !. .-. _.
\ Exciting Selection when Army teat the Lions,-10-7_ Friday,._Low_tonight 70 to 75. 'I't
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Girls Sought To Pick Karl Vows


Tobacco In Connecticut To Promote

NO MONEY DOWN
ti I A chance to combine business be available at the meeting
InterstateBy
\ Convenient Weekly or Monthly Payments "" with pleasure by picking tobacco Altman will also be recruitln :
is again being offered in Polk County schools for the
next month.Odham. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
,y All rings and watches plus tax .,r to girls In Polk County. Fred
Karl of
k.f Beach
q Daytona
A meeting will be held tomorrow
told Miami voters that he would
night at 7:30: o'clock In the
To( Revive reject any agreements to delay
basement of the Magnolia Building -,1 construction of Interstate 95

.< of the Civic Center to make down the east coast of the state
1 Talkathon
In
plans for attendance at Camp Try It'he Is elected governor.

Manitook In Granby, Conn., to Seeking support from vote-
r work I in the tobacco harvest To Beat HollandMIAMI heavy Dade County, Karl said
tJV& that the Bryant administration
American
for
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Sumatra Tobacco
.- t .s a4- i 2 Full Cants Total We'Shtv. -, w-J. Brailey Od had agreed to delay completionof

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d ;, Weight, I Corp. the road until 1972.
: ham plans to use televisionand
T g 2tr8Maaat Girls who
888,90 599"OQOO went there last
Cant Total ? 49" Rag. revive his so-called talk. "Small wonder enlightened
Marquise Bridal Pair Rer2I800 year and those interested in going athon in campaigning against businessmen are reluctant to

Reg. 129,95 399.00 29900 .|i.nmimfM11,1.|| [ | for the first time ire invitedto Sen. Spessard Holland, I>- relocate In such a state of confusion -
Reg. :. ,62900 Reg. attend, said Charles Altman Fla., for the Democratic nom and horse and buggy
s director of the camp. Parents (Ination. practices," he said. "I consider
/ \ are also welcome. The Orlando builder, bid. any deals that have been madeto

CARAT Diamonds Qualifications GivenA ding for a political comeback be against public policy and
after 12 years away from active therefore null and void."
girl must still attend school, politics, told the Heraldhe
pass the physical examination, Karl High In Capital
will 1
I cencentrate on the
$! be 15 by July 10 and have asocial final five weeks of the campaign I Both Karl and Miami's Mayor ,
security card In order to and operate with a budget Robert King High were to seek
Series go to Camp Manitook, Altman of about 100000. notes In Tallahassee today.

jfHKl said.The Instead of staying on radio John E. Mathews Jr. of Jacksonville -
girls who go will leave for 24 hours at a time as he spoke out In south Flor
Diamond Bridal Pair. Ye CaratTotal.108.90 Weight Exquisite fiery diamonds In m Florida in the first week of July did In 1952 in a losing bid for ida for greater state controls in
RK19995 109 modern 14K mountings. || |T4CARAJJ and return In time for the open. the Democratic runoff for the fields of conservation and
Aeg 88 ; tog of school They will travelto governor against Dan Me- air and water pollution.
199 fax and from Connecticut by charter Carty, Odham will use teleVision Fred 0. Dickinson of West
bus at the expense of the Palm Beach campaigned In Or-

+ company. "It will depend on how ando today after spelling out In
UNIVERSAL M _Application8jorthe i girls will much time I can get" he said. 'some detail his stand on the
r "I want to give the people Florida Citrus Industry.In .
Orlando Pena won only 12 opportunity to directly ask me stops along the campaign
Z'T! ;;' g games for Kansas City last season questions, to find out where trail Dickinson said that as governor
but three of them were shut- I stand and where I differ one of his first acts wouldbe
uts.> He lost 20 times despite a with my opponent"Odham to collect the top men In the
3.69 earned run average who served as Florida citrus Industry and in science to
vJrrlJJ&ifCORNING/ : WARE'Royal Milk Commission chairman further the cause of the citrus
() [ under Gov. LeRoy Collins industry. Furthermore, he saM
Gleaming chrome with the P. CADillAC LIMOUSINES said he believes he can he would attempt to open up
Universal Resistaln lining Family Set rowSighfseeing raise $100.000 but "I have no new markets throughout the
Idea whether I can obtain
hurt world.
that rinses clean and keeps
BOX TOWER contributions In excess of
shiny bright. 11-PIECES "
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Man's fully automatic serf The 1905 World Series Is the
12"mah only one In which all five games Training Given
YELLOW
CAB
s4tslOcups MU
SWISS 2.2122I'were shutouts The Giants beathe

I I'I! Athletics!_four games! to one lakeland Nurses
"nn. 17 Jewel Watches
w msn mn I
.v ea Lady's Is a gleaming 2-dnmond Nurses at Lakeland General
l e'a watch with 17 Jewels.' Man's Is a Hospital are undergoing a two-
wafer thin dress watch. Water and I week training course In fire
tern 5waroI. der shock resistant. prevention in hospitals being
rfi + conducted: by Fire Marshall C.
1688 fREE W. Cumbee.
r swarms plus taxI Cumbee said that nurses are

I 500 ON .1u1 being shown slides and given
y ceso.a a.e r lectures this week on fire pre-
9J ention. Next week nurses will
waus rttreA be given a practical: course: In
TRIP NASSAU how to use fire extinguishers by
ADMIRAL We invite you to try this Corning I TO PIUS putting out actual fires.
ware set for 10 days. If you decide
The marshal said that It takes
Radio to return it for any
Clock
you got a full refund .rereasond $250 WARDROBESEE I two days for one burst to complete : *
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LAKELAND LEDGER'I SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

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Than Larger IssuesBy "' : 'i/ ; :"


Associated JAMES Press MARLOW News Analyst : ; ami $" ko/i r ;


WASHINGTON (AP) New
Hampshire voters must have
been more concerned about personality -
than issues when they S.
gave Henry Cabot Lodge victory
in their Republican presidential \ f .,. ft4
primary this week,
;
For this to be the deciding "' ., BROTHERS
factor In one state might not J' A I
mean much

But it may turn out to be a girls bouffant dress -
dominant point In the attitudeof
voters in both parties around
the country up to and throughthe She blooms like an Easter flower. she feels \Rs ,j

November elections unless like a lady In full skirted bouffants dressesthe it ) e
there is some crisis before then.
Issues Blurred look every little lady loves for Easter! f ye. ;-if..

Issues In American society Frilly cotton/acetate/nylon lace top with ., fi.

have become blurred because so nylon organza skirt; pink or blue, 7.14 + I .
many politicians In both parties 9.98. b. Textured with D
rayon,top petal skirt of.
see
eye-to-eye They have a '
time trying to show a differenceand Dacron polyester organza; pink or blue, 7. \ y. ,

they are not very convincing t 14 9.98. c, Embroider and lace trim cotton L .,r

In New Hampshire people bouffant, yellow, 3-6x 6.98. d. Fluffy C
didn't have much to go on in white '
Dacron!
organza over pink cotton, -
picking Lodge except their '
memory of a tall, pleasant, 3-6x 9.98.Children's .b.
good-looking, rather noncontro- ,
versial New Englander who has Easter Fashion Show '

held both highly parties.As Important. jobs under Saturday, March 14th, 2:30: P.M", -i 4 ''I

ambassador to South Viet In Our Regency RoomMaas' 4k .. : ''i

Nam he didn't campaign, said .'
he wasn't a candidate, didn't
Children' Wear
get closer to New Hampshirethan ,
Saigon, and didn't have his I ,
name on the ballot. The voters / \ ;,; i,
conveniently wrote It in for him / ,

This was a rejection of the 1
three Republicans who talked :
most about current problems: ,,, J,
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona .
:
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New York's Gov. Nelson A. '" c
Rockefeller and former Vice : .' ,7)ft
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President Richard M. Nixon. > i4k # I
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Nixon Stayed Away r,' ; \

Nixon, who says he Isn't a ,,
candidate but certainly sounds ,\' ,
like one, stayed out of New
Hampshire, Goldwater and
Rockefeller, acknowledged candidates t 4p
talked their way around % o .N i .r .
the state for weeks t t

Goldwater and Rockefeller \:.,
didn't attempt thorough discussions I \
of anything. This may j'I
have hurt They approached 'II
events In sudden bursts, and I
pretty hackneyed ones, too, ex- r 1r 1
cept for some hair-raisers by H ,
the Arizonan.For .
example: on making Social ,
Security voluntary and .
sending Marines into Cuba to \
turn on Fidel Castro's water "

While Rockefeller's divorce ,
and remarriage and Goldwa ,_""tf'IIr' ,; \ .. 1 > W.1. I
f ter's shooting from the hip may u rt
have cost them votes, the results : '" I)
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how voters rejected them .. .J(, "
for the image of far-off Lodge ,.' I; )1-: I
Image is a good word here.It t .
can hardly be claimed the
voters in New Hampshire or
anywhere else remember much,
if anything, about Lodge's viewson
anything except that, like
most people in this country, he
is against communism,

Johnson His OppositeThe

last time he was heard
from at any length was In the i i 1o I ,
1960 presidential race when he
was Nixon's vice presidential
running mate. Lyndon B. Johnson .
was his opposite number on
the Democratic side
The most that can be said for
the Lodge! and Johnson speeches .
In 1960 was that they sounded
like warmed-over Nixon and
John F. Kennedy. Neither man
distinguished himself with

views This,, oratory of course or, Is panaceas.in the ancient N/ \ ( 1IiIM1LI

didates that American are vice only presidential echoes.political tradition can- o wMc&JLv( & i ii ir


Before that Lodge had made ,
a name for himself, but non- i
political, and built up the imageof
himself on television PI U.S
ambassador to the United Na-
tions from 1953 until 1960. I I I i ii

That was after Kennedy beat
him for his Senate seat in 1952.
So for almost 14 years, with the
exception of 1960 Lodge has
been out of the main stream of
American politics In that time
he held no elective office
At this moment probably most
Americans Including the New
Hampshireites. don't know
where he stands or stood on
anything! except that he was a
Republican and helped persuade
Dwight D. Eisenhower to run
for president.
What most probably don't (
know at all Is that as a senator
Lodge was an Internationalist
and, on a number of Issues in
those days, was more on the : +.
liberal than the conservativeside. 'ti\'
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; Girls Plan sub-teen bouffant dresses t''':.,: boys' Eton suits t


I AntiTermiteDemonstration of Kodel polyester fiber blend p. Easter suits for the master of the house tailored with definite masculine flair
, \ Acetate/royon/cotton cord suit three button jacket and suspender short pont
Tan or blue. Sizes 2-4 3.98. Sizes 3.7 with zipper fly, boxer bock short ,
4.98.
A look that promises to stay fresh for there is Kodel in the blend resists 1 I II

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. wrinkles and holds its beautiful bouffant shop. AND, it comes in the j I
"A demonstration was
(AP) -
called off at Shepherd Collegeat prettiest Easter pink, 6-14 .. Kodel'/rayon dress with schiffli embroidered crop accessories for I little gents 1

the last minute Wednesday top 14.98. f. Kodel Vny Ion/cotton dress, tucked and laced. 12.98. J
night after an agreement was r 1 Complete their Easter attire with accessories from Macs' outstanding selection of !
reached between some 71 freshmen e bow solids
ties in or plaids belts i
known girls who as occupy Miller Hall a dormitory and I- Mais' Junior High Shop i clip-on ties in solids or stripes short sleeve white dress shirts i
suspenders
freshmen dean Molly Berwick.
The demonstration was canceled Maas' Children's Wear
after Dean Berwick assured
the girls that the termites

la.the dorm will be exterminatL -I THE PRETTIEST EASTER FASHIONS CAN ,BE YOURS TOMORROW. WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March 12, 1W4 "The Jailbreak Could Have Happened In Any City. !" Awkward ProblemOf




I LEDGER EDITORIALS f JohnsonKennedyTicket




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Robbery In The Heart Of LakelandLAKELAND /
StsSto 1
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can hardly take cas- der, whom had he murdered? Where? By JAMES RESTON

ually the bold, daylight robbery which And why? WASHING(C) }Teo!'Jark ON -Qtmes I he voting

took place In the heart of the down- Did he commit the murder while in New Hampshire ii over,

town business district Tuesday after- committing a robbery? but the awkward personal prob-

Had he already served time in lem created there between
noon.The President Johnson and Attorney
jewelry store from which the prison? General Robert Ken

lone hold-up man took $10,000 worthof When did he first turn to crime?' nedy over the vice presidential

Was he a juvenile delinquent? nomination still exists.
rings is across the street from the
in New
In what kind of home did he What happened
grow
Bank and few yards
Peoples only a Hampshire organized campaign -
north of the annex of the Florida Na- up? I to get the voter to write r

tional Bank. And it is next door to Suppose the jeweler and the wom- Iw In the name of Kennedy as 4
an clerk had shouted for help insteadof the Democratic vice presidential
a barbershop.Lots nominee if likely to hap
obeying the robber. Would he have
of people were on the street pen in other states despite
carried out his threat to shoot them? Kennedy's related effort to
but nobody outside the store happenedto
Or would he have become frightenedand stop it.
notice what was going on, and so t This, In turn Is bound to
tried to run ?
within seconds the robber had gathered away embarrass both men and per-
the loot and disappeared into perhaps the robber himself doesn'tknow petuate the division within the
up which he would have done. Democratic Party between
the alley that extends between Florida
those whose sympathy and
The jeweler, who is crippled to the
and Tennessee Avenues. loyalty still lie primarily with
point of having to use a wheelchair, the Kennedys and those whose JAMES RESTON
During the holdup he threatened to and the woman clerk used their heads undivided allegiance goes to
shoot, saying he was already wantedfor run the Democratic Party in
by keeping quiet and obeying. The President Johnson.
any'other
the states than
murder. There Is probably no easy person
is but still alive
jewelry gone they're way to deal with this problem In the party. He selected
Perhaps he was already wanted, and unharmed.Will but there Is one way '.o mini- many of them personally in

perhaps not.Whatever. the robber be caught soon? nut it, and this Is for the two the 1960 presidential campaign.To .

his his was Eventually? Or ? wen to talk it over privately.
past, present never / many of these men still
And there Is no evidence that
vicious and the probability is that he The probability is that if he isn't this has been done. mourning the death of President

is moving into a criminal future. caught soon for the robbery he com- Kennedy the answer to

Was the robber nervous as he held mitted on a sunny afternoon in Lake THEY HAVE communicatedwith their divided allegiance between .

his on the two people in the store? land he will his luck again and one another about whether the old administration
gun try the attorney general should and the new Is to put the
Suppose he had accidentally squeezedthe perhaps again and again. Voice of the t People call off his supporters. This attorney general on the ticket.

trigger. It is a startling thought. But it is also probable that he will was done through Kenny Accordingly they have been

Who was he? Where did he come finally try his luck one time too many O'Donnell, Robert Kennedy'sclose I Calling him constantly from
the
personal friend, who Is all over country asking
from? How did he happen to decideto and land in prison or possibly be shot wswiWrhis Is The Ledger's Opinion Pagemmam on Johnson's White e House him to speak In their districts

hold up that particular store? Why down fleeing from officers. staff but they have not talked and outside of accepting a St.

did he choose that particular time? Wherever he is now he cannot be This nHttiM' MM .ff." HM .....,.,.''. wn .,inlon. .* mottin .f currant hiUrmt I* DM4ltori personally about the many Patrick's, Pa., Day he has speech persistently In Scranton -

Where was his car parked? Was an relaxed. Henceforth, he will be on l clmim. It wtlcomx Id. .pllt...... .t m4.n I. ,h. VK of Hi. ,.., Column. UtUrt mint complications both face. said "no".

accomplice waiting in it to whisk him edge fearful that at any moment an be .In." .i 4 tar Hi. writ r'e ......_ but Mmtl will be withhold open r"' ..... A bttw iknM see /' '1., -.

away? Where is the robber now? In officer with gun in hand may step up ..e.... 2JO w..., sad ,..try court W ...... Th. Udgtr rmnti th. right t* select| my letter w I 1 i < a; NEITHER his refusal to address
....rt." It. 0,lliii *f cclMiiiirti mt tkr mtoibuion. MM*' ilMwkw es Mill *.!.. :! .-. ?! _: political rallies however
Lakeland? Or a long way from Lake- to him and tell him he is under ar- nor his formal statement

land? And probably a long way from rest. Now he must live on the run new "FREE" plan.I These complications are discouraging his supportersfrom

Florida? and just possibly wonder now and then Protests Pork have spent the last t2J I Pisa TowerUnLeaning clear enough. The President campaigning on his behalf .
wants to be free to make a has stopped the movement -
U he was already wanted for mur- whether crime really
pays. will In downtown Lakeland
spend recommendation to the Demo- and Johnson's public
And Shop Plan In the future I will ? cratic nominating convention statements on the question

spend my money where I can In August of the vice presidential have been amblguoui.

I EDITOR: I offer my voiceIn park for free or where the EDITOR: Recent articlestell nominee he considers When he was asked last

Dipping Into Polk History protest to the downtown parking meter money benefits of a plan to stop the best In the circumstances that weekend whether "it wouldbe
the town where I shop exist at that time.
useful to you there were
merchants Park and Shop- Leaning Tower of Pisa from
He Is sensitive to the feelIngs
and not the merchants. the
TilE POLK COUNTY communityof here next week, It will be on accountof Ride the and right Shop of plan.the I city question to I resent having a few merchants leaning farther. Before the of those In his party and (competition vice presidential among) candidatesin many

Haines City had a newspaper as long no tomato wraps to write It on. Pa- permit city-owned! property to attempting to tell me Italian government appropriates administration who were put the primaries," he replied
where I must shop in order to a million dollars to keep in their present Jobs by President that it would not.
ago as 1883. It was called The Haines per is scarce up here." be used for the benefit of Kennedy. He is aware of
avoid a penalty. the tower from falling down However, he went on to
only a small say
Times and it group. the fact that of these
City was published only Grapes as well as tomatoes were many
The following is a recountof NANCY E. DYKES I would like to Inform them men In key political that "the people have a right
a short time. It short-lived because positionsIn
was being grown on a commercial scale in to express themselves and the
my first experience with there is a possibility It will the state party organizationsand
there was almost no advertising. the Haines primaries are for that pure
City area. the plan last week: After be perpendicular within a few even In Important posts "
There was almost no advertising be- Haines City was named for Colonel much searching I found spaceIn QuotationCorrected years.In here In Washington are still pose.the then vice he president added, will"I expect be
there a lot two blocks from not as enthusiastic about the
cause were only two or three llamas of the South Florida Railroad.
The Ledger of Dec. I, selected after the presidenthas
where I Johnson
usually park. I mad administration as they
small stores, and those'Stores faded out The train wasn't stopping at Haines 1963 It is stated that "the been nominated and after
a deposit at bank (nonparticipating were about the Kennedy administration
when the freeze of 1894-93 came. City and the people figured that if ); made a 198 Tower of Pisa now Is leaningmore r and that some of his suggestions and recom-i '

In fact, in 1894 only three votes they named the community for him purchase at (less than EDITOR: An article i In last than 12 feet off true these men have transferred -then mendations the have been wilt sought make

were cast in the Haines City precinctin he would have the train stop there. 12, no stamp); ate lunch at Thursday's Ledger (by d. K.Hodenlield perpendicular." Now l- read their loyalty from John F Ken the decision delegates in their own wis
at a cost of $2.45 (nonparticipating AP Education nedy to his brother Robert.AT .
the general election. Their thinking proved sound. ); took care of Writer) deplored the fact Feb. 27 that the tower dom."

Soon a Haines City item in The Bar- Haines City's present newspaper some Insurance business! (nonparticipating American high school students "slants almost 11 feet from' THE same time, he does under-

tow Courier-Informant said a store was The Herald, was begun in 1916. ); made a $1 aren't familiar with the Bible, true perpendicular. This not want to be pressured into scores THIS the REPLY problem merely for on the
purchase at (nonparticipating citing a test given in Newton, would seem to indicate It is picking a running-mate now,
needed at Haines City so H. A. Parker Since those early years, most espe- and there are other considerations one hand the President Is sayIng -
) and made two purchases Mass., In which students not falling down but
went from Bartow and established one. cially in recent years, Haines City and at -, one for S3 98 couldn't complete the familiar straightening upt? For example, the other he does not want a race
for the vice nomination
J, I. Wilson was Haines City cor- the other Polk cities have made great and one for $16. I asked for Bible quotation "Pride goeth Also Colliers encyclopedia inees possible are vice blocking presidential nom and on presidential the other he is

respondent for the county newspapers progress, and the story of this progress two stamps but was refused.I before a (fall)." tells me It was "leaning 17.13 matins In the primary any elections organ. saying that is what primaries

and in March 1896 he wrote in the will be told in The Lakeland Ledger's hours then returned and to my minutes car: two I hope that Mr. HodenfieM feet in 1956." I have another on their own behalf, This Is are for.
twenty and the teacher who prepared book (copyrighted 1954)) con- particularly true of Adlai Accordingly Robert Kennedy's -
Courier-Informant: Progress Edition to be published Satur- after I had parked It. The E.
the test won't be too dismayed the Is "14
tending tower feet Stevenson, who has been supporters are free to Interpret
"If you fail to get a letter from day, March 28. for attendant one hour only charged although: me he to learn that they apparently out of perpendicular." by his supporters ever urged since this as they please and

could have charged me for aren't too familiar Does anybody really know the start of the movement for even if they do very little the
with the Bible either. how far off the attorney general Johnson he
the portion on the third hour true perpendicular to allow competition says
The quotation, correctly given the tower is And Is It the development of a Steven. does not want is likely to be
I had Hence I
parked. paid
I Perking Up The Pearl Industrythree IS cents to park my car 2' is "Pride goeth before destruction really possible that now the son-for-vlce-prendent move- carried on.
and tower could be Bient. .
hours in the tame lot where an haughty going the other In this situation the President
spirit before fall." ? Robert Kennedy's position Is
I could have parked three a way and the attorney general

DIAMONDS may still be a girl's to five years to produce a pearl hours for 10 cents prior to the W.E.W. T. D. probably not so simple closer to either the men, He who Is could at least talk out the probe

best friend but few girls would turn and one good pearl out of 20 was a lem.

down a string of pearls. And gentlemen fair average.

may be pleased to learn that mod- Then Japanese scientists
speculatedthat
ern science Is helping bring down the bacterial infections might cause Saving The Past From The FutureBy I

price of the coveted nacreous concre- discolored or misshapen pearls. Now,

tions, as well as improving their size
after four of tests
and quality.As years using a special C. L. SULZBERGER waists, long hands and enormous cost about KM million and .5 ture of once boastful Kush. It would come out of $60 million .
formulation of the antibiotic Aureomycin ?',to flora thetas: feet honored the bewigged governments plus the knightly Somehow nations which often In so-called counterpart *

everyone knows, pearls are the to treat the oysters they report a ABU SIMBEL Upper Egypt ruler and his generals, order of Malta have promisedto seems Intent on destroying funds of non convertible

unwilling products of irritated oysters, 30 per cent increase In the yield of U.A.R. The last traces of bearing lots and papyrus contribute varying sums. Interested their present are showing LIAR pounds set aside for
formed by the secretion of nacre or top-quality pearls. a famous ancient civilizationare flowers. themselves keen here to preserve local use against American
states In sizefrom
Vestiges of that fantastic range
shell material around grains of sand about to be Inundatedhere their common past. dollar aid and not earmarkedfor
The fashion world is reacting to the civilization still remain along the Holy Sea and Monacoto any other purpose
along Nile.
that accidentally lodge inside. upper the interminable river bank, the U.S. and
Include
this breakthrough by decreeingstrands More than 3,000 I such RENE MAHAU director Yet this election year
Until about the turn of the century years ago" one of the most precious depositories otherwise antipathetic pairs general of UNESCO notes as there have been hints that
of large pearls to be the ultimate caravans plodded beside this
pearls were the luxury of the very river churns and past loud. of collective human as Algeria and Morocco much by saying: "This Is the congress, which Is not ena-
in chic. memory. But now, as modern Cuba and the U.S., India and first time that International mored of Nasser may wish to
rich. Then sounding cataracts
noodle
a Japanese carrying:
mer- Ain't Egypt prepares to raise a high Pakistan, Indonesia and Malaysia has found
nature wonderful Especiallyafter gold, Ivory ostrich feathers fellowship expressIon withhold our pledge. That
chant named Kokichl Mikimoto per- men get through with her. leopard skins, slaves and dam across the Nile almost and Spain and Yugoslavia. on so large a scale in would be folly; for it Is not
200 miles to the north, the entire "
fected
the of
technique of "seeding"oysters. tamed animals on leashes out matters culture. only Egypt's past that Is In-
of this the land of Kush, and precious depository Is Although the Soviet bloc has The U.S., through the late volved but that of the whole
threatened with destruction.. disdained this noble projectdespate President Kennedy promisedas human
Today, Japan produces some 400 Shoes for Lakeland in Into Egypt's mighty Pharaoniocities. race. To refuse to
youngsters For the barrage will lift the Russia's massive Its own contribution to the spend otherwise useless script
million cultured pearls a year. Natural need will be the purpose of the ninth water level,, creating an Immense contribution to the dam that ABU Simbel fund $12 million- for the sake of our children's

pearls play an insignificant role In the annual gasoline sale the Exchange Club Watching, charioteers the strange caravans for lake and drowningboth makes it necessary the subject to congressional approval heritage as well as our own .
practiced Nubia's modern villages cold war seems to have been In fact this I
world market. pledge pride and pleasure would be
will at five service stations f
sponsor war binding reins about their
and Kush's timeless ruins.
set aside
to preserve the cui- would cost us nothing since both and .
stingy nonsensical.
Until recently, though growing Saturday. A good club with a worthy waists to free their hands for

pearls was still a chancy job. .It takes cause.A fighting. Black chiefs In leo ALREADY the riparian low- 4
pard skin capes and aprons lands with their date palm or- .
plumes In their hair and rings chards and pitifully bare bile
THOlGHT-For he flatters himself In his own eyes that his Iniquity cannot be found and in their ears, paid homage to villages are lapped by rising Potomac FeverBy I
hated-Psalms 31:2. the Emperor Rameses II, waters and the remote Nubian

people have been settled on

Fore/tit Nlaln sugar can plantations below FLETCHER KNEBEL
the dam. But the Nile will con- r
LAKELAND LEDGER mmmfmaummaii* Rockefeller and Goldwater showered
tinue Implacably to mount so many material blessings on New. '
bearing his twin Imperial symbols until not only simple contemporary Hampshire during the primary Vermont is thinking of haying a secondary :
crook and scourge Musicians hovels but great tern-- '

eases,. teaTS eewtn in.ruMiii played the harp tam pies of the past will disappear Congressmen ask a $19,000 raise But they aren't greedy about It. Notice s
>,n JOHN mtoN. VM bourine and flute while, on the l
Imperial Polk county :r cliffs squatting baboons and entirely.For United how they were patient enough to wait for a tax cut first r
terl CI.VI JM Mn..nf this reason the
World's Citrus Center -'r= M' D.,.,.t..........0.CMIKLII"" MU4/i'A.u.<.4.> praying priests greeted the Arab Republic appealed to .

tar WA, ICHI........... HUL,. Olr'.ul" dawn. UNESCO for help In saving the The Johnson administration may cut down on foreign aid. The feeling is

principal threatened monuments that we ought to give Russia a sporting chance and let it make the enemies (
AT ABU SIMBEL near to at ABU Simbel) and offered for a while.

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 day's Sudanese border Ram In exchange to share I
eses erected a vast temple 50 per cent of this region's t
SUBSCRIPTION In his own honor and a smaller archaeological finds with foreign Senator Maggie Smith bulletin: Voters may argue whether a woman
RATES one for Nefertari his lovely nations. Last November should be president, but none can doubt that a woman is fully qualified to wve 1

One Tee . It' .. $2010 0f Month It. It. ..., $1.75 slender wife who wore a UNESCO and the U.A. R. as speaker of the House. 'r J

Sis Month .. .. .. $10.40 Wok . .. .. .40 headdress snowing the sun signed contracts with a con- *. /

T..... MtMli .. . $ 5.20 S.It"., Only Y..r . S7.SO nestled between the horns of sortium of West German Then there was the New Hampshire voter who got Into the confused spirit N
heavenly cow.
a Italian French, Swedish and
of the
thing by writing in the name of Lonoxidgen
for president. T h t'
K Here the great king memorialized U.A. R. firms to remove a a l
Nixon-Lodge spelled
Published .fteflt_. ..CI"? Se,....., .... .* lult"., .....ilt. t* L ....... N..i*.p.r Cr*. his victory over an Rameses' two temples bodily inside out.

L..I....., ,!ltri... 1)102 Invading Hittite army, the amputating from their present site and *
of corpses and humiliation hoist them Into safety. Congressmen claim the Army put 33,000 soldiers i In the jobs.
wrong :
... of prisoners. And That the nicest thing that's been said about the Army recently. Usually
ev.
delicate goddesses with sum THE ENTERPRISE will ery civilian who put on a uniform contends he's in the wrong job already

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./ LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday. March 12.1M4 S


I Wheat WASHINGTON Sale Critic's REPORT Warren Commission Hears Dallas Bus, Cab Drivers I


Life Is WASHINGTON W A bug slipped out of the building wherehe This was at 12:40: p.m In driven by Whaley Frailer and Oswald workedat Chit Justice Earl Warren r.
ThreatenedBy driver and a cab driver with worked, walked about seven I Dallas Six minutes later, Os Oswald, later charged with the building. There have been ported on the testimony to
whom Lee Harvey Oswald Is blocks and boarded a bus drivenby wald left the bus, walked two Kennedy's death was shot to
reports that Oswald was When they asked hint
said to have ridden right after McWatters I blocks and jumped into a cab death In the Dallas Jail Nov. 24. carry- newsmen.
FULTON LEWIS, JR. vana, Cuba. the assassination of President Yesterday's witnesses Included Ing a bundle when he got into about witnesses' reluctance to
WASHINGTON-A John F. Kennedy testify today Buell Wesley Frazier, the youthful Frazler's car that morning and answer their questions he said
Republl- "That proves my charge" before the Warren Commission Students Attend Jack Ruby TrialDALLAS neighbor with whom Oswald that when he was asked whatit the commission had imposedno
can Congressman who! criticized Gurney argues, "that the Ad- The commission has been rode to work on the morning of contained replied window restraint. But one witness
the U. S.-Soviet wheat ministration's approval of this taking detailed testimony In its (AP)-Student* at Principal Gene Hudson said that day, and Franer's sister, blinds said he had been told not to
deal hat been threatened with wheat aale would result in search for facts and evidencein suburban Garland High Schoolare the practice began last week Mrs. Llnnle Mae Randle. They talk to reporters, ._ ...
death. Cuba receiving whe at. The the fatal shooting of Kennedy getting a first-hand glimpse when parents asked the youngsters Ignored newsmen's questions after LIVING COST UP
He ii Bit Russians waited until the in Dallas last Nov. 2%. be excused to go to the the hearing. C."I.
Stinaon, of $e- wheat deal In New York was It Identified today's witnesses at history by attending the Jack trial. Another witness was an FBI ROME (AP-The cost of living INSURANCE
attie Wash, a signed then one day later or- as Cecil J. McWatters, a bus Ruby murder trial. "The one who want to go are agent who Identified the rifle in Italy rose another one JKVICk;
bright young1 dered 10,000 tons of the wheat driver; and William Wayne Ten to 15 students are ex- usually from civics and government and container found at the per cent during January, bring'
freshman I wltu they purchased from Canada Whaley, a cab driver. cused from classes daily, and and on the whole they are Texas school book depository Ing the total rise for the 12 Leslie Upthaw,
charged recently rx t shipped to Cuba Instead of According to previous stories, ,report to their classmates the the brighter students," the principal building from which police say months since January, 1963, to Use. __ _! :::
that Amerl back to the Soviet Union." right after the shooting, Oswald next day. said. the fatal shots were fired. 7 8 per cent. I ttt Twn M. .IUS
can whoa I : u _._.u..__._____.
would be used
by :Soviet act !
enlists in tilt'development


mass weapons destruc-ol ot LEWIS:: ;

ton. &s"sn m ""J

Within hours after Stinson o
made the charge In a House J'J
speech!, he had received two
phone calls vowing that he
would be killed "just like we<
got Kennedy."


calls More Stinson as concerned the has work brushed than of a off crank.he the Is IT PAYS TO EASTER SHOP AT PENNEY'S

Rep. Bruce Alger (R-Texas),
who has called for legislation
to make threats on the life
of I Congressman a crime.,
Alger, a conservative, has
been on the receiving end of
a few death threats himself.In OPEN 9

ominous the speech calls that Stinson led to used the TIL PM

Soviet statistics to show there
"is no shortage of wheat for I
foodstuffs In the Sbviet Union
and that imported wheat will TONIGHTand
be used for other purposes
in the chemical and munitions!
Industry."

Stlnion has considerable .....
scientific backing when he Every Thurs., Fri. and Mon. ,

claims that American wheat EXPERTLY STRAP PERFECT
SHINY PATENT STRETCH SOFT,
can be easily converted into For Your Convenience-
industrial ethyl alcohol and LEATHER FITTED OXFORDS FLATS. OUR FITTING DRESS .

used as key Ingredient in UPPERS! TAKE WEAR! EXPERT FIT! OXFORDS ONLY
the manufacture of atom II
bombs, poison rocket
gas pro
pulsion fuel. TNT, hand 499Childcraft 5'99 .uS..IO 499 IT (. Vi9 99
other nades,explosives.nitroglycerine, ar'"l FREE OVER 1,000( cmn. I.CDI'/stl .41.10 C, D, \

While the Soviet wheat
patentleather Smooth leather uppers, Elasticized, I strap Rich, rugged block
has decreased in the past two *
years there is still enough uppers ex- resist scuffs! Pentred adorns our Pattina smooth leather uppers
grain to supply all the food PARKING SPACESDOWNTOWN pert fittings Sanitized poly-vinyl sole and heel olefiniC upper! Patina with durable leather
for healthfulwear guaranteed. cleans with
stuffs necessary, Stinson siys just a sole 'n rubber heel!
He has closely examined the This popular 'P..tr.d NI .r. fU.r.n1MAI. damp cloth! Plastic
.. ,
official production figures' endpoints sabot style has compo- ."W." .r Ih".I.r: thew rh.uul-i sole! Big Value! Sanitized to keep 'em
out that the Soviets FROM <6< P.M. TO 9 P.M. sition heel 'n sole.9991i "MI'.'r thus .r a ?'. b'ir .Hi*. TN DuPonl fresher, longer! Value.
boast a gram stockpile of
eight million tons W'.H. 1
Soviet scientists need eight I
tons of grain to produce one
ton of ethyl alcohol. A cur
rent five-year plan calls for
the use next year of 6 4 million
tons of grain In the pro-
duction of 800,000 tons of al ;
cohol.It .
:
Is a biff Jump over 1962,,
when ..1 million tons of grain V
were utilized In the production sr"r I
rte" r
of about slightly more
than 500,000 tons of elcohol. wYI

Other foodstuffs (primarily
potatoes and sugar) can be
used in the production of ethyl
alcohol. But the Soviet Union
has suffered a serious setback
In the latest potato crop, and
Hurricane Flora wiped out al-
most all of Cuba's sugar crop.It .
.U obvious, Stinson feels, R ?
that "a much larger percentage -
of ethyl alcohol will be .
manufactured from grains than
ever before." { v

Note: Rep. Ed Gurney, FlorIda
Repubhcan, has shed new
light on the wheat deal. He
say the sale of American '
grain to Iron Curtain buyers ThwiV
has led inevitably to grain
shipments for Fidel Castro.
"The chain of events," he
says, "begins with the Commerce
Department authorization -
-N
of January 8, 1964 approving .
the sale of (42 million
worth of U. S. wheat to Rus-

sia.While" negotiations for that ..t. L'i7 :\

deal were underway, the \\
British freighter Sycamore Hill ,ydX'
was being loaded with Canadian
wheat at Halifax Nova
Scotia, and was due to sad for /
the Soviet Union.
Gurney learned from the
Canadian. shipping agent for ,
the Sycamore Hill, however, \ \ ;
that one day after the U.S t
Soviet contract was signed in Y
New York an order came
owner's Lon 1 ,
from the ship
don office with Instructions to WA
change the destination to Ha- i i V
'
: r
'

State Leaders before you spend more i14'M4h


Split On COMPAREthese ( V I

'
Pay Raises

values!
boys' suit -
WASHINGTON (AP) Fourof
Florida's U. S. representativesvoted
for and the rest voted What better way to suit the needs and taste of \
against a bill Wednesday to con- boy than with a suit from Penney's! Look at rY
aider raising the pay of U. S. every fabrics! There'sAcrilan (
senators, representatives, federal the selection of longer wearing :
\
Judges and government offi acrylic 'n rayon acetate Dacron* r-
cials. The bill passed the House polyester 'n rayon that fight wrinkles, look and

231-147. feel better ot not to be missed savings! Choosehis PIMA
Those voting for the bill in- from huge of
favorite 3 button style a array
Sam cluded Gibbons Reps. and Dante Claude Fascell Pepper colors designed to make 'em look their best : fora ,I..s. 6, t, 10, 12

Democrats, and William lot less than you'd spend elsewhere! cotton styles for the young-at-heort

Cramer Against Republican.were Reps. Charles Easter Sunday and every dress-up day these are in beautiful easy-care Easter fashions! j

Bennett, Don Fuquft James the' suits he'll wont to wear No wonder! Luxury

Haley, Sydney Herlong, D. R. Acrilon* acrylic 'n rayon acetate and Dacron 99sises Count on Penney' for the prettiest
(Billy) Mathews, Paul Rogers 'n are tailored the way he wants 13 7 14
rayon 3 6X to
and Robert Sikes, Democrats. polyester Ittl., Easter fashions In town I Styled to
with all of the long
Republican. with 3 button front styling
and Edward Gurney, In lovely pima cotton with intricate
wear qualities he needs. Keep him looking neater
looking longer! Let him choose from all the new up- detail trimming! Pastel' shades of 595 795

The record for forward paw toned shades so much in demand this season and 12 to 20 pink, blue, maize, lilac or white I
completions during a National
Football League career .ls 1.971 SAVE!

That's the total completed by .... V Vi
Y. A. Tittle of the Giants.


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Hopes Rise Grand Jury Indicts Ruby Jury McNamara Said To Favor



Citrus Board Will Aim For Cyprus Gets CaseTomorrow Heavy Aid For Viet Nam



Ads At U.S. TeenagersAVON Peace ForceUNITED Three For Murder SAIGON South Viet Nam or at a state banquet In the

I
,ADS... -_ Caxntaru. .-. -rjt. -Mabnu_. ... DrMldentlal DOlBCfl in SaloonsRobert I

AVON PARK America have also produced and have In NATIONS. N. YAP ,, BARTOW One firstdegreeand charged In the connection of DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Atto S McNamara reportedly! Wednesday night, but Lodgewas
much of the talk
teenage populationwill distribution a film on tips on two second degree murder the death of another Winter pays for both sides say they cx- will tell President Johnson that a center of .
( The for U.N. I because of his victory
be the target of new advertising grooming and charm for young )- prospects a indictments were returned yes Haven Negro last month. pect to put Jack Ruby's fate In massive U. S. aid to South VietNam and banter

and merchandising ladies, again associating these peace force for Cyprus Im: terday by the spring term grand: Simpson, 62 year old Sar -I' the hands of the Jury Fridaythe must be continued and In Tuesday's New Hamp.

programs in behalf of Florida qualities with good nutrition proved today as Secretary-Ge -: jury which also commended antS resident is accused of 13th. perhaps Increased if the war shire Republican presidential
and consumption of crab! U Thant found himself primary. Ma]. Gen Duong Van
citrus. Homer E. Hooks Flo orange over county officials for fatally shooting Jack McKinley The lawyers agreed that test -!against Communist guerrilla
juice And of course our OJ the halfway mark In his fundraising 'li to be won.McNamara. Mink, the chief of state suggested -
Ida Citrus Commission general operating county "effiClentlY"1 a Lakeland Negro, after mony will be completed today.
ties directly In with that Lodge pick up the
manager said here yesterday. campaign campaign. A first-degree the two had an argument Feb. Ruby has not taken the witness heads home to-
the teen-agers' knack for abbreviation tab for the champagne.
Speaking at a noon-day Ro- and slogans Britain warned It would not ment was returned against 6. stand There are no Indicationsthat night after a five-day fact find- Everywhere he went McNa

wry Club meeting Hooks said carry the police burden alone Charles Brown, 29 year-old Lake Jurors and State Attorney he will. ing mission on the state of the mara pledged U. S. determination -
"Our Youth and
the under.20 age bracket of the School pro- much longer on the troubled Wales Negro who Is accusedof Glen Darty spent most of Mon. As the end of the trial neared, war sine seizure of power by to help In the fight againstthe
working with teachersand
nation's population is growing gram Mediterranean Island the fatal stabbing of Dana day touring county building. Ruby appeared much the sam Maj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh. Communists.

faster than other and "will nutritionists Is a vital partof As Greek Cypriots denouncedthe Gilbert Carlton, a Lakeland stated: '
any this effort and will be expanded and their reports as he has from the beginnin Confidence Expressed I McNamara also played an uncharacteristic

soon be one of the principal ," Hooks said. United States and Britain I in Jewelry salesman Carlton was "We' wish to report that all At times he looks worried: at public role, shouting -
battlegrounds where we will Nicosia Wednesday, those two killed last Jan. 11 near Brown'a U.S. sources said McNamar
He 40 ,buildings ind equipment were other times, his face Is a mask. Vietnamese slogans, patting
pointed out that percent also would confidence I in
move to expand our markets." countries announced they would! home near Lake Wales his law. express
of soft drinks and 75 nor well maintained, the groundswere In the last few days, the babies' heads and pinching girls
contribute half the estimated !$6 new government Since
Numbers Grow cent of fruit drinks are consumed Seconddegree Indictmentswere well kept and the facilities -yers have been talking more Khanh's bloodless Jan. on the cheeks He seemed to be

by youths under 20 and million needed to keep the fore returned against two other were sufficiently operated.. frequently with him, putting an coup 30 taking to heart the advice
He laid teenagers comprise for three months. Viet Cong guerrillas have sharp-
on Cyprus
Leon Gordon and arm around his shoulders -
that this trend would probably Negroes "The records indicated that a patting American officials have given to
33 per cent of the population i in said It Iy stepped up their campaign
The
State Department Willie Simpson of has his hand. Vietnamese leaders to court the
continue as th) youth population high level maintenance
1920 By 1960 they made up 38 with considerable success.
would donate to $2 million
up Gordon of Winter Haven Is of their
been kept. approval people.
per cent of the population andb grows; from an Agency for International Insanity Defense .MrNamara'fl._.. ________ view_ __ _. that_n__ the_u_
> 1967 they will make up 4 O "Soft drinks and fruit drinks ) Development contingencyfund. Of Record "The places facilities and Ruby is charged with murder Red insurgency can be stamped
have News
significantly Increased
per cent of the total. their share of the This Is In addition to an equipment Inspected represent with malice In the shooting of out was reflected In his remarks U.S. Seeks
youth market of
investment a large sum
They are numerous enoughto earlier U.S. offer to provide an Lee Harvey Oswald, the a c- to a rally of 30.000 persons .
Ly taking business from and
:
milk
we
lustify special attention for CIRCUIT COURT of taxpayers money cused assassin of Preside at Hue 40
transportation and some supplies tuita PiM Wednesday ,
beer and coffee
that reason alone But more and through aggressive for the force.Flnlndll John Dnld wrnrs: ft minor. ate feel that the Investment is being John F. Kennedy. The state de- miles from the border of Communist ReleaseOf
smart advertisingand W and used
YO J0Or Conord ant Donald J jroperly- protected
important, tomorrow they will Conord civil avllonCharlei mands that Ruby be sentenced North Viet Nam.
be buying for their families. I promotions. We have got Obstacle AMor"IO::\ cii.>! vi" Rhine* for the benefit of Polk County
to do the same to Increase our Boonf .m ind MiriamWlllnm. to die In the electric chair His "We will supply now and In Fliersmany
am convinced that the thousands The State Department noted iit.rn.usa .rn of manlll'aiTlT defense is temporary Insanity. economic
,market for juice. We the future whatever
orange
jjf dollars we Invest to win teen. ,that an obstacle to creating the w :: Krndall minor. ste. can do it by stressing the very I Alfred I Mahanr, civil soUse damJohn Because of this plea, his law- aid military training and mill!
of Florida citrus force the financial Hoffa Given Tuesday The
age consumers was problem crewmen
did need defeat
things the young people are D Warnrkn. yers must prove that he not ary equipment you to -
today would cost us millions 10 looking for strong and attractive but added "It is essential to Floyd L. rurn.lt, 'ol1lnunlo.: : ...n. know right from wrong nor the your enemy, now and for- parachuted.A .
from now" Hooks stated.He move promptly to further Soviet note handed to U.S.
years bodies popularity, dong stop C Paltrrion 5.55ev. H.rrl.- Years nature and quality of his act! ever," McNamara said.
said the needless loss of life." rnrr rlvll artlon damigra. Eight Charge: D'Affaires Walter G.
youths'
tendency what their leaders are doIng Polk Counly tc vi M A' Brown when he killed Oswald. It was the defense secretary's

to conform follow group pat- because It's smart and good Britain offered $1 million but Johonir iinntfl.tdoet5sttt.M. M.C&iis .,. .uaua 00'" Prosecution lawyers' contendhe strongest public commitment Stoessel In Moscow charged
terns of behavior, and imitate warned It would pull Its troops M.OlllDiry diotr. Fix that the American plane was ona
ense, too. For
WilllairDukl McCuni vi, Richard Jury did know what he was doing during his visit, and his words
their leaders and idols requirea "OJ Is a cool Idea dad." out of Cyprus, letting the Greek MrCul, dlOor... the cheered. spying mission. The note admitted
.. They have suggested to juryof loudly
LassOs J ama MrOonald n. HoytS were
kind of It out a Soviet fighter broughtit
special advertising appeal and Turkish Cypriots fight McDonald dlvona.
W. R Woiiir barrrOosra. Carl tmlait about the union presidency eight men and four women Khanh and Ambassador Henry down and warned that
"We have made a good unless! there is quick relief for any
........... *
nlrk and Loull Loiniok
that Ruby had some purpos.
beginning with our 'Winningl'ormula' British soldiers .... morl. fortclo.urtPullon Charles Bell, president of the Cabot? Lodge accompanied Mc.
800,000 Saving. Bank Kin,, County Washington Joint Conference of such as "gaining fame and for- Jamara to Hue.McNamara .
movie ahowing the Amid cheers from both Labor ,tr v. Bernard J, Kllmaj ol IIIoiorliail : : -j" :
:
tune.
Importance of orange Juice for and Conservative members C. D.I.forecloiurtBhelby tie. VI Ornn Bar Teamsters, said Wednesday was guest of hon \ : ,K J ..MIf: ,#
the high-school and college ath.' Greeks Hail Sand Corp rio, and B. R Jahna When newsmen asked if this Welchta and contradictory > .. ,0-" '. .. ,
Commonwealth Secretary Dun Inda.trlpi. Inc. tt<., rviclMlon, andiit"TUKno
lete This picture has already can Sandys told the House of .irriiouoo 01 ..1.. .r..m.nl sod means Hoffa could not run the psychiatric ,testimony has other North American Treaty 9

been seen In over 9,000 schools Dead Commons "There ii a limit to dlOore, lti w. Up C, Knowln. 1.7-milllon-member union from been given for both sides bpeclalisU. BritainTo Organization planes penetrating 9

of America. King the dangers and indignities iierni county Bavlnii !an0. sir ., jail, Bell replied "I know Communist air space also wouldbe
KelUt 0 Brownell .( Wallwrt can't."
ui damn well he
Girls Film Planned which we have a right to ask Dalton Dampler at us. morl.'. fortCr Wednesday the prosecution Liberalize attacked.

ATHENS Greece (AP-King! them (British soldiers) to endure -. ." l'airHllli; 1.0. olo. .. al n Donald Hoffa and three others were called a parade of psychiatric The Soviets rebuffed efforts of

'We are following it with a Paul of Greece was borne to his: ." Folios O oine.CulU tt Bank u,, quiet Klna,tlUo County. convicted March 4 of trying tofix experts to discuss Ruby'i men U.S. diplomats to learn the fate

film for girls entitled 'Leading grave today, attended by six ofurope's air ,,. aerald H. BoK.n ol a., the jury which couldn't tat condition, the meaning of the Import RulesHolland of the three fliers and made no
the Parade,' showing vivaciousand Sandys said Britain had given ..orl.... lor.o.u", .
seven Uwhan'lca' .. on a verdict in Hoffa's so-called abnormalities on enephalograms immediate
reigning monarchs xrhamt Snl" Bank agree reply to a U.S. request -
until
Thant to some
attractive majorettes as today report Ct. n. C.rroll P Rlnahart tt ... Nashville of
and federal trial at tracings
other 1962 -
dignitaries moridiga taresiosuso. that the crewmen and the
consumers of We progress in putting together the, Gov Farris Bryant,
juice.
orange from around the world. international force authorizedby Orders Cod : on a conspiracy charge. The brain waves taken when Ruby wreckage of the plane be re

The dead and John David w orsoke. a minor, *t* so conviction Hoffa'f first i in examined, and the critical Agricultural i Commissioner
king's was was
son sueessor. turned.
hors w Conord and Donald i.Cotord. :
with the Security Council to relieve Doyle Conner and officials of
amazing new Constantine dliml.ial : four federal trials. of whether he was legally -
King
question
23 U.S. officials denied
MICROMODULEcircuit the bulk of the 7,000 Brit.Ish -R O notion vi Joa Huahat' toe of[ the USDA In Washington for the spy
walked with his weeping troops on Cyprus Britain Florida. HuihM tu. final J H Judim.nl soao.toe and plain OaK ii Convicted with him were sane on Sunday, Nov. 24. charge and Insisted the planewas I

other, Queen Frederika, and has offered to keep some soldiers till .'1a.00564I..t Ewlna King. former Nashville when( he shot Oswald. ..- on a routine training flight
Rlvar Hkvinn Bank ate VI RobD .
his sisters Crown Princess Cyprus and to provide I ISlam.r..to,.6 Lan Teamsters president, Larry ,,<< .. with orders to stay away from
on
:; ..,
and .o,05oa. bind dcsoa ioreotootssWinterS J. iU: u;
Irene ""
Princess Sophie, behind the Iron Curtain frontier. The
quarters for the internationalforce morl..* $" ,," .-'''''' '
the flag-draped coffin on acaisson jeaneiM Marlt s,. jame.1Oeorae United States .
bases Founders'Week coupled an apology
at Its permanent on HllpKrh, final dtcrtl dlvonrt
pulled by Greek navy the Island Sons final Mao decree Klein dlvorctWilliam vi Robert A. Kllln "ably and effectively keeping with the protest

sailors T. Kendall, t minor tto. .l our request before the Brit. The Soviet note claimed that

...... $500,000 Offer Alfred' M.hinr disotci I Set ish until we finally this
Royalty Galore John D 50 000vkamlnne to.. Wrioyd got "special reconnaissance equipment
/ ... Purntll, dl.mliialJ f. Detroit Teamters
t Campbell, "
.,.;'" West Germany which Is not aU.N 5 Gleanon admlnlNlritor' *te. viRobart action just announced. for aerial photography
The new Serf- f The foreign mourners were member will contribute P barroll Jr ot al, final business agent, and Campbell'suncle At He urged that all parties and radiotechnical reconnais
nude hides out led den t forwlo.lnt' nmrtiafliKalhrya Thomas Nashville Collegethe
by King Baudouin of Belgium -about $500,000, diplomatic Crewi Mathen. v. Robert Parks a "keep working hard to get sance" was found In the wreck.
of sight behind Melvln MatKeri, final dtcrw dl- .
Queen Juliana of the handyman.All
; sources said. all the other citrus fruits and age of the twin-engine, high-al
your ear. Light \ Netherlands King Frederik of WMIard Llnkmbach tt u> .,. hour a are seeking new trials college, and also of the "
liberalized titude bomber
oroducts
to eel
as air-so Thant appealed for contributions Orahan rlvll action .
Denmark King Gustav of Sweden -' Lanra.tar County Parmen liatlonaltlank and, failing that have an- nearby Music Building.
mall It weighs from UN. members last or Lancaiter, Pa tu.. ...
...... .... and King Olva of Norway ) L Brown olvll lotion nounced they will appeal At noon the college will be
less than Sir
a after of the ..
Saturday some National Lift InKUr.nce Cotu
I host at invitation luncheonIn
Only Queen Elizabeth II of Brit an
quarter of an \ pounce small nations asked to provide .. vi gross k Bold civil ae- Foreman Flabbergasted 1'bituaricRITES I
ain lion the Arts
Yet Itsa who gave birth to her fourth said Hen w""c"mkM .va liar, t CamB"ial -1 Ordway Buildingfor
FULL PERFORMANCE aid child on Tuesday was absent. troops they were unwilling b.. dlVo"', Among grounds cited In motions trustees and other gussts

that delivers Bupanb .wral.like Her husband. Prince Philip, jrep- to bear the cost. !boom sod'J. ohi cur Croon :-. I\IOb., for the nevf trial were al. "Open ,House" during the

Bound You muat hear it lor yourself resented her. The. ncretary-generat' asked nfaVnttnaV1"1"1*' "**"! legation? that U.S. marshals afternoon, !will feature campus FOR MR. RAINES call the
at
may A. M. Selgler
Com in now tot FREE Nearly 800,000 Greeks lined for (roops from Austria, Brazil, Lou Ruin. Alton :::_*Mt eton, du plied the Jury with llqubr, alqng "'v" ... Funeral services for Dcnnet Funeral Horn from T to t J

drmoiutration.feteMPeMMf the mile and a half route of the Canada, Finland Ireland and Pearl ceclllt MrDouial. ... Lull! Me- with affidavits from severe 7J1: o'clock
I Dou ..*.a 'II ''' cortege through downlown Athens -Sweden. Brazil balked because PI... i.d.rol aavlnta and Loin Ann employes of the hotel where the If"J held yesterday at
were
Monday
RAY IURWALD. D.irr.butor aaidshe of .. ttr. n Mirlha 5 IiJr.t fi .
of but :
cost diplomats .
bIte Lyman, tto. tt vlr. Haul H.rv.j.trman jurors were locked up each :_ .; the Capway Baptist Church with
reconsider and Herman J. ell.a, niortPlr MRS. AGNES B. BINION
In the line of march may the seven-week
were night during
Bellonee ** tours beginning at 1:30: the Rev. Elvin R. Hall, pastor WINTER
Vra>ral ar'lnii. and Loin Ann HAVEN Mrs.
former kings whose thrones no Canada ordered the aircraft > trial.
of Lakeland eIevs. Robert O Dick p.m. at Branscomb Auditorium officiating Burial was In Gap- Agnes Brown Bimon 72 of 1888
,
longer exist-Umberto of Italy, carrier Bonaventure to Halifax tt UK. moruaia foncloiuraPlrrit said
"I flabbergasted,
HEARING SIRVICI I Federal a.otos.ss d Loin Ann' am and the Administration way Cemetery.. Fifteenth St N.W.,, died at 11:45
Michael of Romania and Simeonof to be prepared to carry Canaan of Winter S ls-OetO.V, Thtdi Hal Sullen foreman of the
Frank Foster
207 I. jury Pallbearers were -
Lemon
St. Ph. 682-3450 1.... Heueli tl al' QUIlt tllltOrdtrt Building, a tea at 3 p.m. at p.m. Wednesday in the Winter
,
Bulgaria.- _____ --troops to_Cyprus = = W Koan.and. fbiumkr DttrtoaOMiee. II. KMnAmoBke ..I when he heard the charge. "We the auditorium with members E. L. Starling, Rayburn Haven Hospital following a
-------- ----
I-iii.j d.-d 00r0.tooid were most circumspect, be- of the Faculty Women' Club Foster, Richard Miller, E. E. short Illness.
PII. vs silt 0'torootus. ft.not 1.
I door.. eorotoetos lira. cause we realized the Impor- as hostesses, a display of exhibits Powell, and Wesley Deeson. Mrs. Bimon was a native of

.,Bc"B'av'lnii 'Bank, vi. J.me T tance of our assignment" In the Polk Science Mrs. Esther Fallen was organist -Hawkinsville Ga
fBor o"ur"e'nd.e"e ""*' <"t'** 01 and moved

I Rldaewood Bavlnai. sink. eta, ve. RulhNormandln Building museum and an exhibition and singers were Aldme to Winter Haven in 1 1947 from

TLIPG'lem Cllq forerlonui.. ,ind etc eale.. final decree stWtittsrn crew race on Lake Combee, Bud Hudson, Mrs El Haines City Mrs. Binion wasa

I ai ... C Jlmmle Denny P and r.eIro Is'.ncr Denn Oebrae It Dodgers'Star Hollmgsworth at 4:30: p.m, vin Hall and Treve Welter Gen. member of the First Baptist
Funeral Home
WUIIamion Ine, etc dlnmueal! Dr. Thrift said the publicIs try-Morrison was Church of Winter Haven.
C.f R.rl Oulnn VI Kdtlle Clark flna
in
budsorro for plalntllf .11 1JJ M Invited to the afternoon charge. Surviving are two sons Brad-

1"I t.rs Built"final Irene Bulu decree n divorce Herbert. tar: To QufBaseball events, and also to the coronation Icy Hogg of Winter Haven and
SPRING
Lola Bradley ve Charlei R. Balenieeand of "Miss Southern of RITES FOR KNIPFER INFANT Mr. James P. Hogg of Haines

Polk.t ''Rderaf lavlntl Loon AIn 1964." to be held In the auditorium Funeral services for Diana City; and four grandchildren

SALE of er-Lakeland' Inc tt al etc, final vi.t InWrlaldecree .. at S:30 p.m. Lynn Knlpfer nine.month-old Funeral services for Mrs. Bin-

CLEANING I Ini moriaaitJohn COUNTY, COURT BOlld'l Queen te be CrownedHe daughter of Mr and Mrs ion will be held at 11 a.m. Sat

M..,.... .....n_ VERO BEACH (AP) William D. Knipfer of Ala urday at the Clark Funeral

O'j.-t: ., .4J.2,LekelandCharlei l lCorrtne Outfielder Frank Howard the and Chancellor' Akers mo Drive, were held yesterdayat Home, Hawkjnsvllle. Friends

Fred Kuni 8J. Mailetu Los Angeles Dodgers' leading will crown the campus queen, the South Florida Avenue may call at the OttLaughlln
I and Mary Lou "'''h.r. '7(1 ... whose Identity will not be Church of Christ with the Rev.
Harold Lee Merldllh 22 Winter and. home run hitter, announced Chapel from 5 until 9 o'clock
r- Sri. and Llbyann Hoover Y...., divulged until then. She was Gentry M Stalls former pastor
1..1. LoS. Thursday hell quitting baseball tonight.
I Stephen aopko U. II Lakeland elected Tuesday from among officiating. Burial was In Lakeland
50Feet'FERTIliZER SOoth Joy Hatchctt 111 .. .- He revealed his decision In a a'
I nine nominees In
secret Memorial Gardens.
6-5-5 William Button Meeki 13 Viualine.vllle MRS. CEBELLE
Ohio and Annla WllllfordDrawdy letter to General Manager Bui- ROBERTSON
poll of the student body. Pallbearers Maxie Farris .
were
04 FlantrUibert 'iltr. zie Bonsai Howard said he was HAINES CITY Mrs. Cebelle
tuient 0 .. 10 t.k. The
gala coronation will Edward Young, Richard
Wit... and Ro.lla gharon Jlunyoo, acting with deep regret. Robertson Norton, M, a residentof
GARDEN I 17. Blown Park feature the queen's court of McDonald and Robert Young. Lake
PeekatoOladyi ""I have found that Is Hatchmeha Road, died
money more than SO coeds in
/ M Oreen dereand order ftp evening Arrangements were under the in the Winter Haven
nobOttesidoioitltor.. not the cure to all Ills," and musical hospital
,
gowns a direction of the
Gentry-Mor
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far J culp deceaied order1 of aonWhlddea Tuesday after a long illness She
sdrnihiiiiiioo' he wrote. salute staged by student
: *001. P W dtceaatd orderPrank"A"Harrli rison Funeral Home. was a native of Live Oak, Fla.,
ALL 55 probot, Howard lives In Green Bay. choirs the concert band and and
HOSE depei.ed. .rdor SD- came to Polk County in
polntlr. .dmlnlot..lor. Wia., and had been excusec dancers of the campus Vagabond RITES FOR MISS BRIGLIN I88J Mrs. Norton
_.._ .. attended the
PURPOSE I I. T N..II! 0' ardor 01 I.
I ..mlnl.trollon; from the first 11 days of spring Players. Funeral services for Miss Normal School In [

', '" I lauile H. Younc, dtciaied, ardor of practice, explaining that he had A banquet for alumni and Sheila Marie Briglm who died ,preparatory school for bartow a ,

f olf ::t"'W..n"k.' d........). amornonarlminliiratlon at personal problems that needed parents of students Is ached. Sunday at her home at 1017 i and taught In the Green teachers Pond

AA1ff 3.YEAR I Mary...Inlln.M Man"mlnl.t..r.deceaiod. trdir .o- attending. clod for 7:30: p.m. in the college Srevard Blvd. were held yes 'area and near Lake Wales I She

50 Lb Prod T Burrow. dereaied, order ap8an Howard told a sports writer commons. The guest terday at the Duke-Steen Funeral married the late Stewart Norton

GUARANTEE87cj."sl : >I Allrt Dampler :........ order ,some time ago that the possibility speaker will be Dr. Carl C. Home Chapel. The Rev. and they made their home

or JionadmlnlHtratlonn In Bracy, president of Mount James N. Redlmg officiated. In Haines
IU. Johnion dereaned ordtr ol ad- of quitting already was City until 1933 when

IdVtht'* Spenctrl: -'iKiiutd. order ofWUbur'larl his mind. Union College In Alliance, Burial was in Oak Hill Burial they moved to the present ad.
Ohio. His subject will be Park.' dress Mrs. Norton
was a memo
I Adami. dtt.awd. ordtrof i Delays Action Educating the Whole Person Pallbearers
probateJame were Floyd M. ber of the First Methodist

H. Coleman, dtciutd, order ol : Bavasl said he would not ." Barns Robert Smith, Wayne Church In Haines City.

79C I it.,5'h:'O. Loll, denned order ofCec 'place Howard on the voluntary The college's "Distinguish Hovey, and Charles Tyrus. Oran She Is survived by two sons,

[|bMlUon? Keyei.,deciawd, trier tf retired list at this time. "I wantto ed Alumni" award will be ; music was furnished by R. S. and Broward Norton of

I Nrbs-osLady.desenord.d : order .f "..n.I give him every chance to announced at the banquet Mrs Arthur Rich.WILLIAM latchmeha Road; two daughters,

I dmlui.tr.Honrval Bavasi said "Alumni Day" on Saturdaywill Miss Florida
J Caion, dtctaeed. order of change hit mind, Norton of Hatchm-
probate conclude the observanceof C. MURPHYMULBERRYWilliam eke Road
and Mrs. Louise
Howard Les-
incy Vernon Otrntt, dteiftWd.. or- He will phone Friday
I do. 01 protata.enusty. Bavasl aald.Howard Florida Southern's 79th Chase boys of Tampa; seven grandchil-

I cone. : bonus birthday. At a 10:45 a.m. Murphy, 61, of Rt I Mulberry, dren and five great grandchil-

R.. CI''bd' KI.kll.ht. U. LoIk. signed a con- business session Judge Rich. died In Lakeland General Hoe- oren, a neice and three nephews
I cod. isO 000tsoe. M.lIn BauerS3 tract with the Dodgers In 1938 ard H. Cooper of Orlando will litaf afternoon. Services
yesterday Mr.
will be
held
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J,0'Curs: V.. Chi'orj.Martin It. Barlow Ran' andRvella after graduating be Inducted as president of Murphy waa born In Moultrie o'clock tomorrow afternoon at

I J.m.. Wvoi 011... !hi. .'ort idrodrid State. the National Alumni AssoclaIon. Ga. and was a member of the lite; Dave Lane Funeral Home.
Psalm Sons a.hmttt. II, Fool He had been the team's lop class The
I Mraov A reunion lunch Pine prove Baptist Church In Rev Robert Bledsoe pastor

An Belo P. TambHo 4d Ttmpt and slugger for several seasons He eon will be held at 12:30 Willow Oak where he of the
: Spring
DELUXE WAVE .. p.m. was an Glen Methodist
KING SPRINKLER 195 2,93 S Dee DePew 1] TampiArthur
.
. . Comport at
I Svlveiltr. Pur"' .,, '7J Lakeland hit 28 home 'runs last year, 31 active Deacon. He worked 18 Church of Jacksonville, assisted
sod OI.d,. 0 55... SltwarL tlUluluid .
JET SPRAY HOSE NOZZLE . 1.49 97c in 1962 and had 99 since joiningthe years for the Davidson Chemical -by the Rev. John Sanders,
. . . Comport at lulU PiM pas-
Ooodrnr mrvir. atorw.. ...., ... ... club in 1960. Asks Co. tar of the First I Methodist

LONG WEARING FLANNEL GLOVES . . . . 37c 'filler ttoorCoe.ropirotn.' Lmtoln-Morcurj. tra, ... F He had been told by the front County Survivors Include one son Church, Haines City, will off-!
A 8"'k..Ie Ilvll IttUolk office all winter that he would Walter R. Murphy. Lakeland 'ciate.In .
Mimi Brolh.m. Inc. tta.. rs Harry BWini.m. ;
JOHNSON'S WEED KILLER . . . . . . . . 1.27 mil 111434 Dorolhr WUIIunl\ Ilvll become a regular In right field SRD Activity one daughter Mrs Patricia Oni lieu of flowers contributions

SUM:Fi\\i Ini. iu. .t. W d. this season. The Sfoot-7 240- lalford, Gracevllle; and one may be made to a charity in

LARGE LEAF RAKE . . . . . Comport at ...9 89c !I MbD oil".Mtlonlorn .LeI Or.,. raraolrl ss.Ae005' pounder complained last season On brother, C. H. Murphy Winter :Mrs.< Norton's name. Burial will
: .nt, ec6use he rode the bench almost Thruway Haven, and five arandchlldren.I I be in Forest Mill Cemetery

20.GALLON TRASH BARREL (PLASTIC) . . . . .. Of ,3.99ILfPm'lmm : I )leta1.dI'o....... crdir *< until July. Funeral services will be held ]Haines City.

probaltLOUIM M Bolittdt. 4tm>Mtf. order of Howard and his wife, Carol easterly to SR 37.B (South tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock :-

.rob.... have four children.POULTRY&. Lakeland by-pass) at the Pine Grove Baptist I

CATTLE AUCTIONS The complete list of primary Church. The Rev. H. L. I AMBULANCE

EGGSTAMPA Icy, pastor will Brink-I
"
Cllem JACKSONVILLE (PI PrlcM. ....ribtr.ro.t000m.s5,5bUomoniiensso.-. h 1i will be assisted by the I SERVICE

S. Bell. Burial will\ be
jl. Toeidn. il Areodlt KWInmra lAPt-Kal market talei to.jtatleri
I nod Llvi Oik Rtrtlpu >t 1 m rktuI current ....h "and price per Willow Oak Cemetery. Friends I el poei 'h... ..n.
.IM comp.rrd bias :: doien !
york rll
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"Quallt Msrchesdis if Diicsunf Met./ lira. : :tindVcd II &oCo. ... A Woeki C..lonef.WO' and secondary road requests I 'Ihl ... .
I ,.. uiilur Moo-moo. 41-05 dey.J'I
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Bull.: Utllltr HSO1150Ctlvm : "" of the county commission THoRNTON
Good 150.MO Ibo 30 00-93 SO : : :: :: .
LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN'I Milliard 11 00-Si MVrilfrt .:: \ !u :: J2'Jd'k moo ii', was printed In The Ledgeron i-, .
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and lli-lM Ik rilm' flood .... .r enroos-sist qoo&iitp 3-1 sen.WhODssiO I I'ut'

I. M...... 51vJ., Phase MU -SII5 CnS 4- A... K, N.W. Phase C1T J119 ISOO-JI50, PMdw ilandaid CIO_9110-21 SO. : ;:n',05;smite. obokrd Wednesday.In ."'- A.. .
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TUES WID. SAT. 9 i. 6 TUE$. WED. SAT 9 te 6 II .: Iall... ........d.. "'.". 4'...1. I" ,:IXh.n. 1937 the Braves beat the ., ''' z..J1". 417 N, Mesa Awe
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, NORTH (D) Is much rarer than the no- _. .
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trump problem
IC.p ties here lay they will fight to county prosecutor, said he FAT
pal AKQldmjAK But bridge Is a game of I extradite to Cleveland from would not drop extradition proceedings
Ing. Ale, paradoxes and occasionally Louisiana a convicted burglar against Otto, and add- OVERWEIGHT
WEST EAST It may actually be an advantage with six wives who faces deportation ed:
haa AK2 AJ10S743VAI752 for the strong hand to to his native Denmark "After hes served his time 4V..ll..bl" to you without a .'ipronorlullon
VQJ4J3 be dummy This was the caseIn I The man Hans Jorgen Otto, here we'11 deport him," You, our muit dn toes oIUd salt fat ODR1NBX or-

-_ the deal shown today 37, finishes a two-year prison According to Cleveland detectives your. mossy, UiMlvM bnok No BtranuomrnlM ,
\ 45843 31072 which was reported by Wi. term for burglary In Louisiana Joseph ODontiell and liking of to-culled rvducli nawae...or n-
a.st SOUTH Ham( Hoffman of Dobbs Ferry M this week, and southern authorities Joseph Rose, Otto returned to AIM. onokmi or ao kl..., or chow.Ini .
; ODWNBX I a tiny tub
AQI65 from a match In a West have said they want to deport this country after being deported .'lit turn und ...0, wUowd When
n. .KU Chester knockout event him. to Copenhagen in IMS ,you tabs ODRINEX. you Hill njoy
muU, itlll ut the fnod
dIg. 884 The only unbeatable slam Cleveland's police departmentis They said Otto left behind two Ilka your, but you limply don't have you 0.Ire. *
"QIS, contract I* six: diamond among 12 In various states women he married In New York ODHINBX. for extra portion* bcut*
II North-South were vulnerable played by South, and this seeking Otto. The situation is when he came to Cleveland In and durum dvprauM your your Cool appaIlt for-
IIe The bidding: was reached at one table after Oar further complicated because 1960 and married another wom- 41,05 food hxnui Tour .llIht l must doctor moms
own
North East South West South had responded two New York State authorities an They said he fled Cleveland will foil you. whun as your yon out ion,.
to 2 Past 2 N.T. Pass diamonda negatively to Y"I ->- claim prior Jurisdiction to Otto shortly after his marriage and you lat sodas.i !".'. Out rid of .n llv ODRINKX
and lonitir
11 I 4 Pass 4. Pass Norths two-club At the : on charges of bigamy and also married three more women during roots |i(Hi >and I. Mid on th .
I N.T. Pass Pass Pass other table, as shown in the v ... say they want to deport him. a 12'state burglary spree GUARANTEE, If not utlnriod for
I West led the spade two. diagram, South ventured a ) ;l:} :. Otto was Indicted yesterdayby Otto Is accused of a IS.000 nay. to reason your just druf return lit and the,1.t prkMI your-
positive response of two no- the Cuyahoga County Grand burglary at a Cleveland nightspot full manor bull Nn qu..tlonk .
One of the ... .d. ODR1NGX U toll with this
most important trump. Four clubs was a variety Jury here for abandoning a where he was working in mrftntfto bytMIRNILL'S
{differences between the bid- of the Gerber convention '.' ?e pregnant wife burglary, safe April 1960 onua MART -
|ding of the social bridge asking for aces and R 4r'hIA1t.J tampering and possession ofburglary He was arrested In Lafayette, OHDSKS lira *. MAIN'I..ID.A.v- MAIL ,
layer and the bidding of the South denied an ace with four I+ r + ,, !. / tools La,.and sentenced to prison..
tournament player between diamonds. 3 + v ., ".'., -
those who for fun and 'J1J "
play :
bid six trlCKr
North could have : L
|hose yho play for blood lies diamonds at this point, but It "..: t : R
the field of opening two-
n Ms. seemed to him that six no- ,'.:I.1'1'. STOPAKIIKOKSThe;f
trump would be an equally! ,. 't (, "" *' to
t | The great majority of sorla good contract and at fin ;,; ; ,;(
,. tournament enthusiasts sight this appears to be true -
favor an artificial two-club leadto cONGH.S
d But West found the one
[ripening virtually guaranteeing defeat six notrumpthetwo 4 N fato .
n '111.1.s
a game In combinationwith of spades He hoped to k
I.It [ weak two-bids In other set up a spade trick beforethe i. f I
StY [suits, in preference to the heart ace was knockedout. "1't oj
[traditional strong two-bid. Although this did Dot
ftine reason for this Is that work out. the lead had a
I [the strong two-bid popularized devastating effect upon
I by Ely Culbertson has a built- Souths communications
[In flaw Too often the responding After the spade lead, South .
y hand becomes the has 12 tricks but cannot cash
If [declarer offending against them. In an unexpected way j f K. T. Jones Co.
,fI 'Is better for the weak hand entry short If South take prliH after comhif' In ,,tend ,In en "U.'. Mon" e....... for .....".. Tin Tee Koppo Ipiilon mntttkit r.+." 'c OJ"U MACHINM .d' niKMITURI
e o be dummy. the top clubs In dummy to out HI tko Unlvtnlty, Call,.,... contort to, of oil thins, e mon. UP WlrapMo) s 401 SOVia. Av..
This Is partly because the clear the way for his queen
I 0 defense is easier when the he can enter his hand with LAKELAND
strong hand is exposed. More the third round of diamonds i
e 1 Important is the fact that an to score the club queen but OFFER YOUR SERVICESRegularly eC I
{opening lead through a strong there is then no entry to UNDERWOOD PRIMA 20 a AJJt-Subtr.cH C
[hand is often fatal to the declarer dummy to run the diamonds In The Business Directory In The LEDGER Classified Columns. M .::*::*IIt IIM* end pint e top nerd, MU 6-7111
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t two no-trump a final contractof CHEVROLET-THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMER
three no-trump is playedby BUENOS AIRES Argentina
the wrong side This can (AP)-Dr. Gerhard Bohne will I tilt I
I be avoided by the Herbert be handed over to West Germany 2'I \ I, '
negative the use of the next- to stand trial for the murder I
ranking suit at the negative of 15,000 persons under the I I !
response Instead of two no- Nail program to kill mental d- '
trump. This was devised by fee lives. 1 Vq r
Walter Herbert, the prewar President Arturo Illla agreed 1; ,
Austrian world champion who aI
Monday night to West Germ
is conductor of the Opera ny's request for the 16-year-o ; 6 I 1h
House in Houston.A I
doctor even though the two I
Came of ParadoxesThe countries have, no extradition

artificial two .. club treaty. 1 (, K \
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hands, with a negative response 1 41 REDS ARRESTED I -
of two diamonds, BANGKOK Thailand (AP) i
solves the problem In a dif Police were reported Wednesdayto 1. 5 I d +rrrth" it1F ih&s p Sb b, sus '
ferent way. It is true that have arrested 49 suspected
I there may be a disadvantage Communists In Thailand strategic 4 tc i S
if the opener has a genuine northeastern provinces i'S I s :
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I! NEW YORK (AP) Old treatment of phlebitis In hit ,"

I Lodge Has Been Springing Surprises All His Life a Satchmo New York Is making hospital the scene but the In left Like leg, man, that'i an Inflammation -(,

man says he't swinging and
By ROBERT P. SALMON he went to work for a Boston The unusual continued when reer as the Incumbent Democratic litical "big names" who did soBut while Lodge was workingfor getting ready to cut out. of a vein.

CONCORD, N.H AP- newspaper as a reporter In he earned his degree from Harvard -' governor of Massachusetts. until Ike scored a smashing victory Ike he was away from his (TranslationTrumpeter Louis .
Springing surprises and accomplishing 1922. The Job was an unusual College In three yean, ; In the 1952 presidential prI- political fences In Massachusetts. Armstrong it In the hospital Split end Del Shofner, who F
one for a college student whose mary In New Hampshire. A by but the doctor hit condition gained 1.181
I the unexpected Is noth- The unexpected burst onto the Resigns Seat young congressman lay caught 64 passes
ancestry includes nix U.S. sen- national political scene In 1936, Lodge was the leader at the the name of John F. Kennedy Isn't serious, he't In good forward pass receptionslast
ing unusual for Henry Cabot ators, a secretary of state, a Lodge did the unusual againin yards on
when as a tall, handsoiie! GOP national convention in Chicago upset him In the Bay State Senate spirits, and he'll be discharged Jt'. the best one-
Lodge. secretary of the Navy and agovernor 1944, about a year after win- Els and out of few season.
man of 34-Lodge won al that summer, where race Lodge was in a days) j
It has dotted his career since of Massachusetts. young U.S. Senate seat himself. The ning reelection to the Senate, by enhower won the nominationover a Job. I Armstrong 83, entered Beth year mark ever compiled by aNew

man he defeated was the late resigning to enter the Army. Sen Robert A. Taft of He was back on the national Israel Hospital last week for York Giant. __
James Michael Curley then at The t-foot-3 Boston brahmin Ohio. Lodge was the prime mov- scene before long, being named ..
the height of a flamboyant ca won six battle stars, a bronze er In the campaign which re- United Nations ambassador In or..
star and the Croix de Guerre
sulted In Eisenhower's November
1953 by President Eisenhower. "
while serving In Europe with a election over Adlai E. He became known for his diplomatic '
New Hampshire tank outfit. Stevenson. yet tough-talking rebut-: )
He had been an avowed Isolationist all to the Soviet Union dele ei1e drink -
i. tti 'o fN before World War II,
TicketsOn CommissionersTold gate.
'lamI Lottery saying, "Thi is not our war," I
United Nations was the
4 t y't even though he was a leader In The ...
To from which be
Buy springboard
Sale the preparedness movement.
t TonightSALEM dived Into the Republican vice
Afterward he was quick to ad. License '
Auto i nomination In 1960.
mlt that, "I was 100 cent presidential .
per OLD
N.H. (AP-Tlckets Again he and Richard M
for the New Hampshire Sweepstakes -I wrong"The Lodge who came back BRUNSWICK, Ga (AP) A Nixon was beaten by John H C1 6HICKOR
first lot commission meeting was
state-operated city Kennedy. F'I
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war was not the Lodge
tery of this century-go on sale who had gone overseas," he interrupted Wednesday by a request It was the late President I
tonight when Rocklngham Park from the police chief.
said and worked to win Senate 'I nedy who asked him if he would
o & opens a harness racing meeting approval of the Marshal Plan Would the commissioners' accept the post of U.S. ambassador -
5v and the North Atlantic Treaty without city car tags, especiallythe to.South Viet Nam. Lodge ,
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Pr The sweepstakes, with a $100,- Organization. one parked In front of the greed _Immediately.: __ .Americas Most Magnificent Bourbon :
000 top prize, got final approval I police station, please put themon -
Tuesday when New Hampshire Supported Ike ? CITY TRANSFER CO. -' : #

citizens, by better than a 31 Lodge came out publicly In : Police have been cracking $718 W. Lemon St. W years light J t)
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margin, voted to permit ticket November 1951, In favor of down on drivers who failed to MU 6,4736MOVING ,
sales on a local option basis In drafting Gen, Dwight D. Eisen-I get tags by last Friday's deadline TiUphon [ 10 mellow' :
\ c, the 49 state operated liquor hower for the Republican presidential Some of the commission. Local| md Lena Distinct years }l ,
{ stores and at the state's two nomination. He waspractically ers said they did not know the Wt Civ ..4"G...... Stomps *
On tMl MavM Only welip si tsow'ws amiss gJraites t: ,. + d
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congressional controversy over Should Be Hurt the FCC.BUY..
South Viet Nam with a demand
yesterday that the United States Dodd said the maximum operation
help the Khanh government he proposed would be to NOW and SAVE! :
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Viet Nam." and sea forces to where they .
A* a minimum, Dodd said In could "launch air strikes against J
a speech prepared for the Senate industrial and military targets
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As experience and confidenceare them to ravage South Viet their' J
gained, he continued, "It with complete Impunity to
should be our goal to assist the home base, we give them an ad-I Weighs r''l' ll tr i
South Vietnamese to open up vantage which they should not ;;" '
sustained guerrilla operations In lave and which could be decisive Less
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North Viet_Nam and give the: I In war."
Than A (; i

I Attacks On U.S. Planes 2.Yr. Old! : I

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patrol planes, many of Russian MIGi over Interim- SA 1707 W S Two Big 7"x5" Speakers ..
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Communist planes off and on routine flight from Kodiak, wmswi.a.n.a, 0 21,000 Volts Picture Fewer As Low As Stain and Heat Resistant Cabinet Surface ,
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Here are some of the chief Three crewmen Injured.
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April 8, 1950-An unarmed shot down off Communist China. : 6rolnd I walnut finish PRICED AS LOW As$25888
Navy Privateer patrol bomber Four bodies recovered, 12 pre-
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Nov. 8, 1951-Navy Neptune

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over International waters off reported no casualties
Siberia after Soviet planes firedon June 15, 1959-Navy Mercator 1st TIME EVER!
fired on by two MIGs on traln
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Air Force RB29 log flight east of Wonsan, North
June 13,1952- .
500 Distance
left Japan on secret reconnaissance Korea. Plane badly damaged Royal Long
mission over Sea of but returned safely to Japan. I 4
1, 1960-RB47 shot down
Japan. Plan vanished with 13- July HOME DEMONSTRATION.
over Barents Sea. Four dead,
man crew. State Department 8-Transistor
protested.July two captured by Russians and
1952-Navy Marine later returned to the United

patrol by two bomber 31,Chinese severely Communist shot up States. ZENITH COLOR TV I RADIO

MIGs over the Yellow Sea. Two .. .
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pleasure I on one set
Eight men aboard. COLOMBO. Ceylon (AP) hogany finish 7"S" speaker, hand crafted chassis,
March 15, 1953-RB50 attacked Three Judges of Ceylon, Ghana of batteries.
by MICa 25 miles off Soviet and the United Arab Republicare spot light dial.
territory in far east. Plane returned Investigating charges that
to Alaska without dam prominent politicians figured In Hundreds of thousandswere
'the assassination of Prime MinIster P. .d
age.July 29, l953 RB50 shot down Solomon Bandaranalke In '"" sold for $75.00 $2995 $
40 miles off Russian coast, over 1959. 2 Finishes 01 low 01 232tMSMt

Sea of Japan. Sixteen dead, one The present prime minister Ebony or White only .
rescued.Jan. Mrs. Slrlmavo Bandaranaike WIT
:T, 1954-RB4J on reconnaissance
requested the Inquiry A Bud- ..
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of North Korea. Two North unleavened bread during the
Korean MIGs shot down. I annual religious! observance.

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Kathleen Amaranth Court Surprise Breakfast I

1 Citrus Tea Contest Winners For I taste surprise at break ,,"

Ml 4 I Itnv I To Install New Officers fast serve your family Corned \!

J Beef Hash Hawaiian. It's limply
I JI
I Share Blue Ribbon Recipes Kathleen Court 48, Order of Mrs Nora Stephens wisdom; prepared by shaping 1 can (16

the Amaranth will have Its Mrs C R. Thomas, charity. ounces) corned beef hash Into

annual Installation of officers Mrs. Earl Sutton, musician; 4 patties. Brush 4 slices of pine.

NbC [ Blue ribbon winners In'the Ing with flour, beating well Add alternately with buttermilk ato t Saturday at S pm. at the Mrs. Rena Smith, historian; apple with butter or margarine.

,181 s recipe division of the after each addition. Spoon to creamed mixture. Kathleen Masonic Temple. Of. Mrs. Charles McCord, warden; Place one corned beef patty on
In cooked dates e. x
Fold and e
, batter into prepared orange -
pan.
ion nual citrus tea sponsoredthe Bake In moderate oven 350 rind. Bake In shallow ficers to be Installed Include: Mrs Mary Lefevre, sentinel; each slice of pienapple and bakeIn

ma- 1 Coordinating CouncilWorne's degrees, for, about one hour, pan, which has been greasedand Mrs. Marvin Sutton, royal Mrs. McCord, decorations; a moderate oven (350 degrees
and Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Carl 15 20 minutes, or
ye j Organizations, 45 minutes F.) to
or until top of cake springs floured at
matron Earl Sutton, royal
; patron
Sutton refreshments. Is browned.CURRIE'S .
aYe diecloeed their original back when touched. Cool pan 300 degrees. Pour glaze over until patty lightly
; Mrs. Floyd Mired associate Mr. Cash, Installing officer,
cake.
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clpes.I on wire cake rack for two warm
I minutes. CALAMONDIN matron; Mrs. Robert will be assisted by Mrs. Louise I II
Winner of the grand prise Schafner of Tampa, Installing
Heat ingredients for glazeIn MARMALADEMrs. Pettyplece secretary; Mrs.
jras Mrs. T. L Rodents whose PORTRAITS
marshal and her assistant, I HOME
saucepan until sugar Is ( T. L. Hodson) George Hill treasurer; Mrs.
andy recipe for Orange 41t
dissolved. Pour evenly over Wash fruit in soda water, John Carroll of Orlando,grand i will M MM r.t.e ..waW
cans was awarded trl- Charles Wood, conductress; :
the ,
cake In pan while cake is still rinse, cut In half, remove prelate. M n. Currl. Ml. kitermitlMMinliMl
for ribbon. Her recipe Was hot. Allow cake to cool seeds and grind. Use three Mrs. Max L, Cash, associate The public Is Invited to at I ..> "> <" MU SSOU.Mtttf .
rated in The Tues-
Ledger thoroughly In the tube pan cups water to one cup ground conductress; Mrs. Bill Aklns I I tend. I

(y.Blue before removing. Makes 14- fruit. Cook 20 minutes. Mix one-year trustee; Mrs. Allred,
ribbon winners were 16 servings. ture can be allowed to stand trustee Mrs. Everett
two-year ; /
Bills
Csil re ray
rtrs Wallace Payne, Mrs. B. this
overnight at Cook
stage.
Young three-year trustee.
ORANGE DATE CAKE
Kendrick, Mrs. Hodson
a three of fruit and
cups water
23 Mrs. Marie Hanson marshalIn
,
Art. R. D. Dexheimer Mrs. (Mrs. Beast Maxwell) mixture with 3 .d wrnII
cups sugar until the east; Mrs. Herman iiVtiZ3L30
Bessie Maxwell and Mrs. W. 8 oz. package dates, cooked marmalade stage Is reach >6 1
Richardson, marshal In the TAe Man To Set
Jackson. Mrs. Dexheimer with
Vi cup water ed. Pour into sterilized Jars
west; Mrs. Pearl Bowen,
elved two blue ribbons.theil' % cup vegetable shortening and seal. standard bearer; Mr Cash, AT
P prize recipes are as 1
cup sugar CURRANT AND
prelate; Mrs. R. K. Brooks,
[follows: 2 flour ACCEPTANCECORPORATION
cups ORANGE SAUCE
truth; Miss Jean Carter, faith;
I SPICED ORANGE CAKE % teaspoon salt (Mrs. R..D. Dexheimer) ..

(Mrs. Wallace Payne) % teaspoon soda / cup currant Jelly A Steak Reminder
% cups buttermilk 1 can (8 oz.) frozen orange OP FLORIDA
)
I1 lb., 2% oz pkg. spice 2 eggs concentrate } rsw
\ cake mix Remember when broiling COMPARE THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS
1 tablespoon grated 1 mustard
orange
teaspoon dry
14 cup corn oil steaks, to adjust your broiler CASH 24 CASH le CASH 14 I
rind
1 1/ teaspoon ginger Yoe set Month You set Menth, Yoo set Menthe
and rack that the
,i cup orange juice Glaze pan so top
Vi teaspoon Tabasco sauce ss Ras3ttm
surface of a 1-Inch thick %aoo.0o 532.4o s4oo.ln sxe.m ssa
((4 eggs
% cup orange Juice Break currant jelly with
up sloop
steno $25044 stem stoo3v
\ 1 lemon flavored steak Is 2 to 3 Inches
pkg.tine dessert gela- % cup light brown sugar a fork and pour Into small from the heat. A 2-Inch thick con....., Prkinq "
| Cream sugar and shorten Add undiluted CAM I. WHAtTON
- \ 1 saucepan. con steak should be placed 3 to LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR FOR OTHER
lemon extract 51 "
teaspoon
.fj ing. Add eggs one at a' time. centrate and remaining In "Ihi MM WM lift Y!!
PERIODS AR! COMPARAet
inches from the heat. Steaks
Jf Mix gelatine dessert Sift 1 DAY IIRVICI
pow. dry ingredients together. gredients. Heat and stir until
Her with cake mix. Add corn mixture Is smooth. Serve should be turned only once during 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3168

Foil, orange Juice and yolksf V. A. Murphys hot or cold, with chicken EXPECTING SOMEONE?-During the waiting time, why broiling. --- ----

the eggs. Beat the egg duck or game. not look as pretty as possible? At the same time, why not be
whites and fold in last with
Honored OnAnnirersary EASY ORANGE as comfortable as possible? The new stretch fabrics have
fine lemon Bake 90
extract. COFFEE CAKE been deftly cut Into slacks for the expectant mother. The
antes In a tube pan at 350egrecs. (Mrs. R. D. Dexheimer)
front panel Is a soft and stretchable knit fabric. The whim-
P Good with or without 2 cups biscuit mix
sical Empire-tier blouse Is In printed cotton satin. PREEASIERBETTER
Icing. HAINES CITY Mr. and 1 eggcup .. ,1 w
GLAZED ORANGE CAKE Mrs. V. A. Murphy were hon. H sugar s
(Mrs. B. D. Kendrick) ored by their children on the *i cup orange juice Lakeland Winners Of SPBA
1 cup margarine or butter occasion of their 50th wedding Mix well. Pour Into greased
2 200 S or 9 Inch pan and cover ,
cups sugar anniversary. Nearly guests
Tournament Are Announced /
J % teaspoon vanilla signed the register during the evenly with bite-size piecesof

;H.4I 2 tablespoons grated or open house event at the Mur- orange sections. Spring
ange rind phy home on Lake Marlon. with /i cup of brown sugar Miss I Sharlene O'Doniel tist Church. Ills topic was '
r II eggs The floral arrangements Included and a little nutmeg or cinna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "How Can We Combat Com ,. HAT SALEDon't
4I 3 cups cake flour one of yellow roses mon. Bake at 400 degrees W F. O'Doniel of Lakeland, munism?"
1 tablespoon baking powder from a niece In Washington, for 25 to 30 minutes. won first place In the South Jerry Mofield of Lake Gar-

I h i pinch salt DC., and jonquils brought KUMQUAT PRESERVESMrs. Florida Baptist Association field Baptist Church won first Iti
( '! ,{ cup milk from Warm Springs Ga, by ( W. L. Jackson) Better Speakers Tournamenta place In the Sword Drill com .
I Glaze Mrs. 1.. B. Mills, daughter of Wash 1 quart fresh kumquats Bethel Baptist Church petition, also held Tuesday
f fI the honorees. In Up water then cut Tuesday night. Miss O'Doniel, night. Competing with him
11 / cup butter or margarine In half and remove seeds, '
I The guests of honor and a freshman at Florida South. was Richard Howard of First
% p
cup sugar disturbing pulp as little as
First Church Lakeland.The J
14 their daughters, Mrs. Mills ern College represented Baptist ,
cup orange juice possible. Boll two cups of Lakeland. Her winners will 1
first
and Mrs. C. E. Turner of Hla- Baptist Church, place
Butter and flour a 10" tube sugar and one cup of water
leah formed a receiving line. topic was "The Christian and represent the South Florida
pan. Cream butter or margarine together for five minutes, to
Race Problems"Second Association In a regional con
Sons of the couple are Ray
and sugar until light Murphy of Lakeland and V. A. which add the kumquAts and place winner In the vention April 28 at First Baptist
t and fluffy. Add vanilla and Murphy Jr.Picturel boil for about 45 minutes or speakers' contest was Stuart Church Lakeland. The
I orange rind. Add eggs, one taken until teader Seal In jars or Brackney, a sophomore at Better Speakers and Sword
at a time, beating well after were during glasses, with parafin on top.
the event and used to complete Florida Southern College Drill program Is sponsored by
each addition. Sift together representing Southslde Bap the Baptist Training Union. .
a family tree drawn by Mr.
twice the cake flour, baking
powder and ,salt. Add dry Turner. Girdle Control I, just cover your head for Easter fir" .' D1t

ingredients ''to the Creamed The guests who came from Glorify it with a beautiful hat and
of Included
mixture a little at a time alternating out town Mrs. A. Sprayed OnAP
with the milk, end- Skinner, and Kendrick Clements at attractive pre-Eoster savings.

Jacksonville; Mrs. W. Newsfeaturts { nuvitujfsa? L.
T. Atwell Mr and Mrs. Bob Girdles with control panels
Couples Tourney
Fletcher. Mrs. J. W. Vann, that are sprayed on,,lnslead Were to 22.8 Now 14.88 L.--
Hosts Announced Mrs. J. W. Clements, Mr. and tf sewn In, are being sHown t
Mrs. M. M. ClementSi Bran- at the January foundation :. Were to 14,98 Now 10.88 aa' .etee4.
"The couplps bridgeitournainent ford.-'Mr. end Mrs.'Carl At- wear market In New York. ti't's '
sponsored by.,St, Jo.; well and family, Connie! Johns They are expected to be ia 10.98 and 1298 Now 8.88
Cph'l Mother Club Will meet Mr. and tMrs. C. Iv1 Cone stores by late March. J rT .

for the seventh session Sunday Charlie Burch. Mrs.. Juanita The control panels are a MILLINERY 2ND FLOOR
Bight. Pullara of Tampa; Mr. and flocking process that Is
Hosts this month will be Mr. Mrs. Harvey Kelley of Frost sprayed on the basic net fabric a
and Mrs. Henry H. VanBockel, proof; Mrs. Hal Bolerjack In floral designs. The
Mr. and Mrs. William Black, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ellis, flocking substance that is
Mr and Mrs. Paul Tyler. of Avon Park; Mr. and Mrs. to show through whateveryou
Dr and Mrs. Stanley Story F. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. wear over it, which
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hertel James Morris of Lake Wales; should especially please W 'rfdeis"r
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogersof stretch pants wearers. There p
Dr. and Mrs. Lester LeValley Highland City! Mr. and are no bulky seams either. a
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Avant, Mr. Mrs. W. J. Alderman, and The manufacturers say the

and Mrs. Douglas Bark and Mrs. Myrtle Johnson of Lake- spray-on panels give better OPENFRI.MON. -
Dr. and Mrs. Alan Gessner. land. control and more comfort.
: 3 floors of fashion/
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I Spanish Ballet Slated House Being TransformedInto / hewer DAVENPORT WM given- for A baby Mrs. evening Jewel" will boxes.Charlotte be. chip carvingon of St. the Paul'i Lakeland Church Deanery, Winter at

student at Haven. Mrs. Russell B. Davis!
James Chapman by M... Luke Rewis,
of the Lakeland
Mn. Butter Rooks South Florida University president
Tomorrow BranscombJose Thompson,
presided. Bit I
Deanery hop
Julia Bennett ClubhouseBy Mrs. David Rocker and Mrs. Tampa apent the weekend Duncan was the speaker,
E. L. Jones recently it the with her parents Mr. and

Molina's Spanish ballet will present 20 dance numbers home of the Mrs. Chapman's Mrs. Grady Rewis Mrs Glenn Kimler ii spending .
representing the dances of parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Jimmy Perkins of several days In Tampa
troupe will dance for membersof
LUCIA MYERS with Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Gal
nard Clements. houseguest
Lakeland Castile Seville Zaragota Ca. Plant City was a recent
Concert Association
die, Malaga, Granada Barce- Miss Jackie Conroy was of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jetts.
tomorrow night at 8:30: lona and Madrid. The fascination of transforming an old home feted at a miscellaneous brid- Williams. Mrs. Irene Mogford Gra\

o'clock at the Branscomb Memorial Admission Is by membershipcard into a clubhouse is being shared by the 30 r al shower at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Dexter Bate and lev- Inn's newest resident ha.

Auditorium on the Flor only. It has been suggested members of the Julia Berry Bennett Club. William K. Nabla. Other en residents of Gray Inn at. been spending a week In her

ida Southern College campus by Mrs. O'More that any When Mrs. W. H. Munn gave her home on hostessses were Mrs. Bruce tended the spring meeting of home town of Winter Park

The time of the performance member not planning to attend West Beacon Road to the group for a clubhouse Ingram and Mrs. Dean Hayes. the Episcopal Churchwomen with friends.
has been 15 minutes In Guests from out-of-town were
delayed
this event contact the Association they found themselves In possession of
order that the auditorium and secretary Miss Angle a Victorian parlor end dining room, a small Mrs. T. R. Brown Apopka; SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5:30 ,.M.. FRIDAY AND

parking lot may be cleared Kecne MU 3-4407 and releasehis library of leather-bound classics and large Mrs. B. L. Smith Marianna; MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., DOWNTOWN LAKELAND
following an earlier event in Mrs. David Merrltt Geneva
membership card so thatit
In
the auditorium. Mrs. Colin paintings gilded frames. Ala.; and Mrs. F. I. Black-
O'More president of Lakeland might be used by someone Mrs. Munn was founder of the cultural club welder Orlando. Mist Conroy

Concert Association has seeking admittance. which was named for her mother. So the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

urged members not to arriveat clubhouae will stand as a memorial to Mrs. Jack Conroy, is a student at

the auditorium before 8 DRIVERS WATCH WALKERS Bennett. Florida State University, Tall- ..1

p.m. Doors to the auditoriumwill When passing a pedestrian in Now that the redecorating Is nearly complete ahassee.

not be opened until then the street, motorists should slow Miss Amanda Davis president of the Birth Announcements

she said. down and give him room. If the club led a guest on an exploratory tour. Mr and Mrs. Larry Clement
The ballet company, which pedestrian is crowded by a car From her shop where she deals In modern Im- have announced the
hal been described as "A he can easily become confused pdrted teak furniture she stepped Into the birth of a daughter Patty :

handsome and talented group and step into the path of an approaching past the moment she turned the key In the Ann, born Feb. 22 at Lakeland

beautifully costumed" vehicle. _I white door. She was carrying in inventory of General Hospital. Paternal
the house's contents and the notations gave grandparents are Mr. and yey4I
MISS AMANDA DAVIS brushes her
glimpses Into the history of the oldest pieces. up on Mrs. Loyd Clements. Mr. and 1 A
Members Make Discoveries "Shakspere. Mrs. Jean Bowen are the ma-
ITh rl.OIOC"SAq&""' aSlplfd mj
ta. aee. The gift-house quietly changed owners In ternal grandparents.Billy .
1963, but the Club did not begin using its new J. Gafford bollerman
leg March 19 they will study the use of paintings second class. USN, son of
(j] e quarters until the last few meetings. Mrs.
I Munn had moved elsewhere but left the furnishings in homes' beginning with the large or Mrs. Marjorie Gafford, Is irtt
nately-framed pictures In the clubhouse-some serving aboard the destroyerUSS
In place. Each time they gather the
of which were copied from paintings In European Allan M. Sumner. operating -
members now spend some time !in making
galleries out of Mayport. Sumner
discoveries about the home.
eager
They have already studied! the Victorian the oldest continuously active
For example, Miss Davis acting as guide in is
destroyer the Navy a
furniture and china In the house. The dining
a few days ago opened a massive book. veteran of both the Second
[ SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY case and found something that she did not room cabinets contain plates with pastoral World War and Korean Con
know there. scenes painted by Mrs. Bennett There Is a
was Shakespeare's plays stood in flict.
seven tall red leather-bound volumes with gold '.m JJ Wedgwood collection, .Including several Deaconness Harriet Bedell

JEWELRY DEPT. SPECIALS lettering and steel engravings an edition piece which the Club gave to Mrs. Munn. resident of Gray Inn, gave a

which bears the marks of great age. Before the group took over the dwelling talk on her work as a missionary

-IAY-AWS & BUDGET ACCOUNTS- "Now we'll have to find out how old this they held their monthly meetings at the Scrolls among the Seminole Indians

Jewelry Dept. Only) edition la," she laid assigning herself that Club building. Now they are In a setting recently to the Junior
research-adventure In this filled with sentiment and family history which Daughters of the King at St.David' .
I Save and'/! and more en finest diamonds-today I the 400th anniversary of his Shakespeare birth. Year have a special meaning for them. Episcopal Church, in
back
everyday. Ten-day money Lakeland.
I guarantee, plus free notarlitd appraisal war. [ 0 Parlor Pastime Revived tf Visitor if you must
When she opened another large bookcase
ranry.Vj. she gave an exclamation of delight: "Look a She's Weaving For FunMrs. Mrs. Gladys Ely of Virginia weeks' :
has been here for a two pedals
O stereopticon! In a drawer she found the double push .
Ct. Diamond visit with her mother, Mrs.
photographs to fit It carefully wrappedIn E. R. Welhlng who is secretary of
Ella May Coover who Is a pa.
SOLITAIRE rt an old newspaper. She resolved Instantlyto the club, has mastered a variety of crafts as tient In the Infirmary of Gray at least

bring out this old-fashioned parlor pastime a vocation and for community service as well Inn. While In Davenport, Mrs.
s.Ut.r. .r 'rhl.1 Sell during the social hour at as for her own pleasure. She was formerly an
a forthcoming meet- Ely is staying at the home of wear Dutch Boy pants!
mernsd I. whlto .r y.".. sold / Q' Ing. occupational therapist at a veterans' hospitalIn Mrs. Mary Deters.

Comport 8$ Moving on to the Victorian parlor she, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henry by Lorch of Dallas

at "'.95 49 pointed out the gleaming new crystal-like At her home on Caldwell Street, she recently and ions Terrell and
1 chandeliers and the newly-painted beige walls set up a loom for weaving place mats Mark flew to San Juan Puerto

which bring out the curves and pale-colored from white thread mostly to practice an Rico where they will spenda 4.00
i Cf. Diamond Solitaire? 000YNP
upholstery of the high.backed chair art which she had been neglecting. The loomIs week before going to St. sizes 12-20

., c..tt.fl& I s-c.mNr.5 5.115,1w. 5,15.1 N 5145 5.0 s0, The interior has been refurbished in some being donated by a friend to the Presbyterian Thomas, Virgin Islands,home.where
will make their
details but the major alteration In the one- Chapel In the Grove for eventual use they 5.00 waist sizes 32.38
He will be connected with Or-
DIAMOND story frame dwelling has been on the outer in a recreational area, Mrs. Weihlng said. She kin Company. For several
walls which now have white'metal siding has It in her keeping until such a program is
years he has been employedby Or do chores fish?
About Home shop, garden ,
BRIDAL SET Programs set there.
up Haines City Citrus Growers
The Club's 1964 programs add up to a celebration Leather work and textiles are also on her Association.Jane Remember, you're being constantly watch
;t / ran Carty N Dlm.n5. awnt.N of their new location. With the theme, list of skills. Campfire Girls are among the Ferguson entertainedat ed! So be smart, bright, comfortable,
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In !eK rMb .r Y.n.r "e.rN.l I
e.t.1515 1. r m.nr "Our Home Symbol of Culture" the talksat groups which have had her leadership In crafts.At a Leap Year party at City relaxed and all cotton practical In our

NrlwS39S.0 each meeting combine a study of the clubhouse the Presbyterian Chapel she Is now In Garden Club. Dancing was enjoyed pedal pushers. The leg line's wide and little

; 0Value 19100 Itself with the tracing of modern trendsIn charge of art activities for the fifth and sixth by guests Babsy Phillips boyish bottomless pockets! Navy

furnishing and decoration. At the next meet- grade children of the Sunday School. Diana Lawhorn Judy beige: cornsilk 1220. 4.00. Waist sizes
Davis Margaret Smith Gall 32.Yfc..s.oa.; ,_ ,
Mtn's Ladles' M..'. S Ladies' Jones, Karen Fralish Anna Maas Sportswear "'I 1 I
BIRTHSTONE RINGS SWISS WATCHES I Rainbow Girl Meeting Scheduled Mae Jones Pete, Bob DeweU, Gary f

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/ M.m11b.. CulturN PNIIe. tor menfirlh __.. M.erlw ..n55br Lakeland Assembly 28 Order as. who have marked their board will be Installed. Markuson Gary Massey, Eddy
s..eAlhe-.n.unM tr NanSnd..r. _. ._N bIoM I of the Rainbow for Girls 20th anniversaries. All Masons and Eastern Kelley Mike Shelter Roland
N ass web Wl/.re ene.N Ir n '" birthday
,.,5. SreN ..._ .....It,... will WUIingham Jimmy
meet tonight at 7:30: Members of the advisory Stars are invited to attend.
veir.. 71$ 1S 1495 o'clock at the Masonic Lodge. Studd and Dale Willingham.

It* 19.SO t. 44 Value 697 Miss,Lee will Thorntonworthy preside. ( advisor DATE BOOK A her party aunt.plate Mrs.was Perry served Fender-by f@A

assisted Mrs. K. M.
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SCRIPTO VU LIGHTER u': 24.1 The following reports will Avtrill.
't be given: Miss Mara Spencer. Jdj 9D Jo Wladwq Modern Home Demonstration
banquet for the supreme Inspector *
SHEAFFER SKIPWRITER PEN ='ff'it' 77 ; Mrs. Leta MacMinn Club will meet tonight at FOR CONVENIENCE USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
7:30: o'clock at the home of
Miss Gall Laver and Miss TODAY KIWANI CLU. MIS ,... .,

| NYLON WATCH BANDS &;;; ;fit 27 Nancy Cox slumber party fol- In,UKILANO with MW ART Cornvllft OUILD. ell MI.IIKM.paLM llorrlwai IANIUNB CftUMri.Set UILC. all Mtat- Mn.Haines Cindy Cobb City Craft Hinson for Avenue the
lowing the banquet Miss from TjO-tig ....., at TUwtawa .fb.lm.., 00 .m. Mr. WlnurtdB I -- _
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tudloi r and Tom Initructorit -
Cheryle Lanier cancer dance; "'N''OUNT AND PlOTIOTI' pulntln. and driwlni 1M. lorkwlanlni
I EXPANSION WATCH BANDS gj&g: 99'LADIES' Miss Esther Garland visit to ORDI Of ILK LOOOI Ini .dvuodtudtuU.. Sim.NiwcoMim ..
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mtrtlol .1 S pm. ( Ilki Loot IMPAAM CLUI 1 n Won.nt
SrooksvUle Assembly 47; and 1. .......b....... Club P..l prMldtntt pill b*
| PENDANTS : :: ffSg;" 44 lisa Carolyn Sullivan visit p m OITeas.t (7nld eaNTss II'WIIN'S '.11 honarnl.pared, Irldii o4 t-UMt* will bCOUNTIY
: to John Darling Assembly in /MPR/AL i&fKIIo Lo.Bt Nb eiue I TATI* Atso- (
meet,,. ftfc I p s,. *t ..... CIATION .ared dnh dlcn.r >ln 5 '.pIlem ;
Tampa. Miss Shirley Snapp inn Kit Timpli lot rwulM Mm >l lubhoiiM on Dolt Vww lobbw Iq
WINDPROOF LIGHTER : meet :: 56'6Translstor .unlrollon d bT Djonlllr u n .i mNtl.t.rlnf .
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-- M will report on wedding ,..IIUOU.ON..,.. ihowlnt NATURI of .AllMM THIATSU Adntur fool ad ttbll N ob.
her sister Miss Pat Snapp ,. 5 III,. n.rr.ud SATUHDAYIAKILANB
Conuil CwntloU w/th br et,1.. I pm M Clrl. .
advisor to Doug ART UIIB. prlmkry
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Goble. RKmtlon De.taro ,
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Mrs. Mary Haggerman, one 'LOIIO CH""N HO.I D' !
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TRAVEL CLOCK 'INthN .. 3VI eNSTRATTRATION CLU.. 7 10 pm. at 'iF.tS: lrtS'.i.S- ,
Wab .jrcj1"1" of Lakeland's past mother ad. the horn. t1rt MIN. KuUl Multord SIS p : : : ; FREE
visors, will give the majority/ Chatham .Irk AI.PO" .
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llftftHT DISCOUNTS ANYWHHI ON WOULD FA. degrees to Miss Betty Merit- LOYAL onoin PIIIU"or MOOT, I pjnit TMIO.O'H'CIIL.. 9U1 w.bt. .> Thaw InM -

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II I Cutting Your Hair Won't Force If To Grow Faster BeFefedAfOpen


By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Is better nourished by Increasing a direct effect on our hair result of Increased circulation House ftttofraaddcLIT'S

Women are so Interested In circulation In the scalp The condition of the skin the scalp becomes very
their hair and the way It Is with massage brushing, and and the hair reflects the state pink temporarily Mr. and Mrs Julius M. Cam
cared for and arranged, that of health Therefore, fine nu You can stir up circulationIn will hold open house at their
I am writing about hair and certain prescribed lotions trition II essential Unless the your scalp by giving your. hqme, 714 Jefferson, from 4
which Increase circulation
wigs and hair pieces this surface hair Is properly fed It cannot self a massage every night or until T p.m. Saturday honor-
Week when applied to thescalp leg Mr and Mrs James L
prosper.. once some time during the
The fair sex wants to know Ills a well.known fact that day. If you do this correttly Roden.A .
many things about hair For Brush, Brush, Brush tension and emotional disturbances it is most beneficial. buffet supper will be D D
Instance, letters come ask. have an unhappy Impact served Spring lowers will be
Many women are afraid to Do It this way; spread your
ing If cutting the hair will brush their hair after it has on hair Certain types of fingers and place them on used to decorate the party
make It grow faster and long. been baldness follow times of pro rooms
shampooed and set The your head Keep your fingers
er The hair cut Is dead longed strain When the pressure In the
you Assisting hospitalities
opposite Is true If you havea in the same position, pressed
and can have no effect at all Is taken off the hair usually will be Mrs George Tuttle,
good permanent and a goodset against your scalp, as you rotate
on the living part of the hair you can brush it and brushIt grows back again your hands Change the Mrs Alex J. Kay, Mrs W W, r
which is beneath the skin and It will fall into place. Fed By Bloodstream position of your hands until Duncan, Mrs Richard Conl-
Many letters ask If the hair In fact you have to brush It The hair, like the rest of our you have covered your entire bear, Mrs Robert Dots, Mrs
can be permanently straightened well or the divisions made by tissues and organs, Is fed by head. In this type massage John Miller, Mrs N. M.,Carn,
Just the other day a the rollers will be apparent our bloodstream. Thereforethe you move your scalp, not your Mrs N. 0 Cam, Mrs Kay _
young woman wrote that her Many women fall to realize better the circulation, the fingers. ThlrkeU and Mrs William and we have the
hair is too curly, that It I la that their hair Is actually a better the condition of our There is some scientific Drlggers. '
fuzzy or kinky whenever the living part of them. It Is not tresses Many of the lotions backing for the old Idea that Approximately 150 guests most tremendous collectionof
weather Is damp. something which grows on the and ointments which are usedIn tight hat bands may be a fac have been Invited to call dur
Can Be Straightened outside of us but Is an exten combating thinning hair tor which encourages blad- log the event.Religious. lovely Spring shoes

I find that this can be done, lion of us, the same as our stir up circulation. The hair ness However, people do not you've ever seert.
but It Is tricky business and fingers or toes are. Therefore is parted all over the head wear hats as much of the timeas
you should be sure ,that you anything which affects our and the lotion Is applied to they once did. / Groups'Meeting See them
and health has the the hair. As I' I todayor -
not
are In the hands of an expert. body generally scalp, RJ If you are worried because

Otherwise, your hair might your hair Is getting thin you Calendar tomorrowfor Brown/whit I
break off. A chem cal Is used. may want my booklet called
This effect lasts until the hair cava roe sure Navy/wh
"Is Your Hair Thinning? If h.lplul enter. ."omwJVSJd'. e Black/wh
grows out. In other words, so send IS cents and a stamp uuon And worship my hour of the e PinkS
when It grows out again it ed self.addressed envelopewith ep or lilll, PHI OSJ-41U.

will be just like it was. However your request for, It. Address TODAY Bone
It takes a quite a while Josephine Lowman In DUUIUND U""T. M,lwl,
for the new hair to completely care of The Ledger "..,..m.a '..UL'I C Blue
replace the old. This depends Clap. pm LUTHU.N. 51,0'5 $13.95
on the rate of growth W'e1TC .l""JN? ,. ihu"* """.
If I had this kind of hair I lliJdJtL \ Famous Brand Shoes -
think I would Just cope with TiwJlLS"p!! T.r.
..YToItI Many N..... W, An Not
It. There are splendid light sntuse choir I I"1""u '.J d
pomades on the market which LAKELAND GENERAL p m. a hutch PermiNed T. Advtrtlit r

calm down wild tresses HOSPITAL FRIDAY All 35 % to 70 % Discounts
Many women have the Idea Mr. and Mrs Eugene E. DUUIUND *I>TI1T, tYlvtlCHRIST .
that cutting off the split ends \ Morgan, 310 Burbank, daughter 7 45 pm| LUTHIRAN Lnlen..rr-
of hair will add to its health. "c a March 10. Ir,.::.t 7 10 am.;" u. north Likilinitfor i
It's a good Idea to cut the WIIY""NITU" 1t..YTIII.N.. pellz I
Mr. and Mrs LeRoy S.
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oommuDI.atlo. lunsera -
ends because the hair looks ,, "Junior
Hart, 230 Marvaline Drive, 11 old ond hlohalud.nto JC
afterwards who want to bt confirmed
attractive ,
more daughter, March 10. on N.rMas fAMOUSIRAND
but It will do nothing for the OxlLANOsas':.peon r. !
T. KVlVtlVAITM
and Erble E.
Mr Mrs Rtt-
health of the hair. The healthof PNt. 130 S. KENTUCKY PBM.
ter, 2605 Smithtown Drive, ; MOL CHRISTIAN v 30 :
the hair Is affected only by p m at Mint I'rol eommunitO
what happens beneath the son. March 10. roam gro. Por. Other fsflt Stores In Cftorwettr end St. PsffriDurg e.n8Ehge

scalp, not on top of It. How Mr. and Mrs Charlie E. Mc. I I
ever, we can improve the con Mullen Sr., 3005 Terry Road, TIME OR MONEY? JassyGet
dition of our locks by provide son, March 10. If you have more money
ing them with the essential DONT BE AFRAID TO BRUSH-Many women are afraidto Mr. and Mrs William R. than time, you may find it Out On The Water With
> One Of The Beautiful Boots ListedIn
foods for their health, and brush their hair after It has been shampooed This Is not Hickman, 527 S. Garden Drive, helpful to buy cheddar cheese I '
ours We can also see that It right however, as your hair will profit from brushing. son. March 10. already grated. The LEDGER Classified Section.


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Easter fashion with a brim of straw 'J.. easy-care cotton and Dacron poly.

tiny brims to big rolling brims! New, Easter perfect styles in easiest of care ester/rayon blends! Slim and full

Moos Brothers collection Is full of ex nylon jersey! Select a whole wardrobe now skirts Bermuda or convertible col.

citement and chic com select at big Spring savings! Blues, golds and tar shirts 8.18. Be early .

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I Good-Foods From Florida Are Plentiful. During MarchTALLAHASSEE I



A colorful but the bulk of the squash matoes, hand-picked daily, Is an all-year favorite. Give it scraps or sliced boiled ham arrives In excellent condition, and marinated in French bread using candied peel and
harvest of Florida vegetables crop reaching Its peak from sorted and graded then rushed a new flavor lift with chopped through food chopper, add crisp and green. dressing. grapefruit Juice).
moves to market, with mid.March through April Is to market. Second, green unpeeled apples or pineapple, mayonnaise, and mix In with Cooking tips for celery Use celery sticks to dip Intd Queen 0 f winter fruits and,
quash, tomatoes and cabbage the tender yellow crookneck tomatoes picked at proper or a combination of such fruits cabbage. Sprinkle on lemon Ring a party platter with creamy cheese dips. For I bright crimson, sweet
topping the best buys for variety. It Is packed with stage of maturity, sorted, aa seedless rapes, citrus sec Juice, celery seed and a whisper celery, stuffed with: Grated crunchy snack, dip celery Juicy are the strawberries
March. great care, rushed by truckto graded and shipped to their tions, pitted cherries. of dry mustard. mellow store cheese mixed heart into wit then Into toasted Not quite so plentiful this year
Fancy seedless grapefruit, Southeast markets destinations to reach red Toss fruited cabbage slaw Celery with mayonnaise: Roquefort poppy seed. Extra easy on because of cool weather But
both white and pink, and the February's windy, rainy ripeness In "ripening rooms." In a dressing of 2 tablespoons Florida's famous unbleached mashed and mixed with the calories. good quantities of the big
super-juicy regular grapefruitare weather proved harmful to (The advantage: green tomatoes honey, % cup sour cream, tender green Pascal celery, French dressing; chopped For stuffings, start with sweet berries will reach New
at prime quality and bargain some young plants; did not are firm, less susceptible salt, pepper and a dash of will be found in markets up bard-cooked eggs and minced basic mixture of bread cubes, York and the east by air, from
prices just now. And oranges harm the squash. Quality Is to bruising during travelto lemon Juice or powdered and down the country, especially chives; minced shrimp, lobster butter, onion, celery, parsley fields of Florida's three major
are still in good supply, even better than usualcanary New York, Chicago and anise. In the South and East or crab meat In mayonnaise salt and pepper. Then expert producing areas
especially the Valencia it's yellow outside, greenish Eastern markets) Satisfying ham slaw Is made It Is In good supply throughout ment by adding rubbed sage Dip fresh, unhulled strawberries -
time to feast on the new crop white Inside, and so tender it Tips For Cooking by removing the heart of a the spring months. Picked Make a conversation piece and poultry seasoning or Into confectionerssugar
of bright red strawberriesfrom is cooked whole without removing cabbage and shredding very, and packed speedily, It goesto with a single stalk of asparagus crushed dried thyme, rosemary and eat from the fin-
sunny Florida fields. the seeds.Cooking Tomatoes belong In chow. very thin. Run cooked ham market In refrigerated cars fitted Into a celery stalk and savory or chop. gers for an incomparable des
Fresh Florida eggs, always Tips d e r s, cabbage casseroles, 1-, ped pecans, peanuts or toasted sert.
a good buy, are plentiful, too. Tea m yellow crookneck cheese rarebit, mushroom almonds. Fold I cleaned, sweetened
Just In time for homemakers squash with other fresh vege spaghetti sauce, Shrimp I Served With Citrus Use celery as a. basic ingredient berries Into whipped cream to
observing Lent, and the chil- tablea-tomatoes, green peppers Creole. of three famous pile onto sponge cake.
dren's Easter egg hunu or onions Chill cooked tomatoes In an dressings: the South's corn- Crown golden cheesecakewith
VEGETABLES IN SEASON Glaze cubed squash In corn aspic to complement ham or Cook Skillet Bread For BreakfastWhen bread dressing, New Eng strawberries in a sweet
Florida growl some acorn syrup and butter, add a dashof fish-or to make a luncheon land's oyster or mashed potato glaze.
and Italian zucchini! squash nutmeg Stir In cornstarch- main dish, with sliced turkey, dressing, Mexico's or PIe alternate rows of ber-
thickened orange juice and for the ladies. the clock strikes eight ange bread dressing. ries''' and vanilla pudding into
serve hot, with a sprinkle of Well known favorite that In the morning, and some one # During March, Florida crystal sherbet glasses.
Speaking of Beauty minced green onion. never grows old: Sliced to- member of your family rushes farms will also be producing Tempt winter appetlties with
Slice tender, unpeeled matoes and Cheddar cheeseon Into the kitchen shouting, green beans, radishes, escarole Swiss Strawberry Rice. Cook
by philip squash and saute in butter and buttered rye bread, broiled "Hey, mom, what's cooking?", endive lettuce, red 1 cup rice In 3 cups milk in
Have you thought of the Importance corn syrup until brown. Turn until brown and bubbly hot and you answer "Bread," they Bliss potatoes and cucumbers top of double boiler about 1
of a proper haircut in squash into serving dish; heat Delicious with hot spiced tea. most likely will say, "You FRUITS IN SEASON hour, stirring occasionally
styling? Without it there wouldbe %-cup of cream in the pan For a great new taste, mix mean you're baking bread, gold grapefruit Add Vt cup sugar '/j teaspoon
Heavy, pale
no foundationI' until brown Pour cream over equal parts of tomato puree don't you? But you'll be Is at its flavor peak of sweetness salt. To 2 beaten eggs, add
upon which to aquash and add grated cheeseas and Florida orange juice, right, if you're making this > during March, and thisyear' hot mixture little at a time
"build" topped with minced chives. old.fashioned skillet bread, for r
your garnish. is exceptionally Blend well; cool. Whip Vi cup
Makes a tasty soup, served it cooks right at the table, If crop
coiffure
I Saute onion and green pep- delicious. A plentiful crop heavy cream, 1 teaspoon almond
e We at Coiffures per in butter until half tender, hot or cold. you like, In an electric skil makes grapefruit a good extract and fold into
bake a
cold
On day,
add and cook a tot. rice. Chill and serve topped
By Philip then squash
Melt let.Making h" e'rR!* 3U' s) March buy.Florida ,
225 S Fla., real. until all Is tender, about 10 Spanish Rice casserqle. bread this way Is an ( grapefruit passes with sliced sweetened Florida
ize that the cut minutes Serve with Cheddar 2 tablespoons butter and beef. old Southern method; and the rigid tests for grades and strawberries Makes 6 serv
brown 1 pound ground
most essen- cheese sauce. recipe produces a rather ings.
standards. Waxing and polish
Its be cubed Combine 6 tablespoons onion heavy, firm textured bread
It must Cook squash atop
ing doesn't Just improve ap Florida Eggs
+, a creationblended lamb-good with brown rice flakes, I teaspoon salti that Is really hearty. Tasty It keeps grapefruit
with individual . Bake squash with pineapple teaspoon pepper, 2 tablespoons corn meal gives It substance, fresh pearance.and Juice much longer. Egg production has been
PHILIP hair I and serve with a cheese dehydrated green pepper and frozen Florida orange with seeds jutting record highs\ to produce
grapefruit
texture before sauce Or cook squash flakes (or 4 tablespoons chop- juice concentrate, used thawed Regular extra Juicy, have fine excellent supplies and
are
fresh ), 2 tablespoons
your perm can be completely with onion then heat in sour ped peppers' and undiluted gives It delightful flavor. White and pink seed- competitive prices-good news
with minced mustard, 3',4 cups tomatoes for housewives planning Len-
satisfactory cream flavored tart-aweet fresh flavor. with .
i less fruit is party-pretty,
In oiled, two quart
it Creole- ten meals.
fresh dill < Try Grated Florida orange rind sections cut out and
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Cutting, like all facets of casserole, place In alternate firm
style, cubed and cooked; then gives added zip to this ''different" Florida eggs have all the
beauty, is a professional art layers above mixture, and piled Into cocktail glasses, or
with butter, vitamins save one-Vitamin C
mashed, mixed bread, which cooks in .
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which we feel must be prac- two cooked rice. BakeIn 'Yf tl used in fruit .alads.Don't
and reheated. cups -and that can be supplied by
salt and 15 minutes.
pepper only
ticed from Its fundamental precepts 373 degree oven 45 minutes t forget to stock up on Juice from the current line
This we strive to do al- Tomatoes Makes 6 servings A refreshing breakfast starter frozen grapefruit concentrate,
ways. Florida I produces firm, Is Florida grapefruit, packed k. a. too. crop of Valencia oranges.
Cabbage with flavor and healthful Use moderate to low temperatures
smooth tomatoes; good ,
Goodnight, Mrs..Edenfield. meaty, with minimum of March Is the peak of the vitamin C, halved and top- Tips For Grapefruit with proper timing
seeds. Two types are plentiful season for crisp green cab ped with sliced fresh or frozen Good -togethefs< with for tender, attractive egg '
<44th< ef s Mrlei) from Florida. A small ) are dishes. When high temperatures
-Ad.. throughout the Spring: bage strawberries. grapefruit (or oranges t'
First, fancy vine-ripened to- cut In supply caused by rainy OLD-FASHIONED SKILLET avocados, onion, cucumber, must be used, as In '
__ __ I weather was offset by Increased BREAD mushrooms, red pepper, spinach *' French or plain omelets, i

acreage planted, /i cup sifted all-purpoae flour kidney beans, shrimp. Cooking time must be reduced.. <1
making cabbage a good buy, 2 teaspoons baking powderI Use grapefruit in marmalade Make a foolproof Welsh I ;
especially In late March. Mar alone or combined with Rarebit Mix together I heaping ,
kets In the North and East /t teaspoon salt sugar oranges, lemons or kumquats teaspoon flour '/i .teaspoon -
will be featuring it. 1 teaspoon meal Can segments, too. But use salt, !4 teaspoon dry
fREE Tips for cooking cabbage- 1 cup,corn well beaten TIME FOR GRAPEFRUIT and old.fashioned skillet breadto the white meated fruit; pink mustard, '/$ teaspoon sugar, .
Preserve the light green color scup egg milkMyra start the day pff with a delightful breakfast. Grapefruit fruit may change color when tiny pinch of red pepper, /i a
and crunchy feel of cabbage halves are topped with fresh strawberries The skillet bread Is canned. pound sharp store cheese,
by quick cooking In small flavored with frozen Florida orange juice concentrate and Gourmets dote on brandied diced. Scald l'/i cups milk and
amount of briskly bailing Peebles cooked In an electric skillet grapefruit, made by spread pour over all. Add 1 beaten
water-3 to 10 minutes when ing cut halves with brown egg. Stir constantly until mix-
TRIP NASSAU shredded; 10 to 15 minutes sugar and brandy, baking In ture thickens. Serve on crackers I
,U, when quartered. Engaged To 2 tablespoons frozen Florida ed by placing cookie sheet ever 350 degree oven 20 minutes, or toast. Serves 4.

Dress fresh cabbage with orange juice concentrate, top of skillet and Invertingto then adding more brown sugar To an omelet, add chopped
sour cream, as a change from Georgia Man thawed, undiluted turn out bread. Slide bread and broiling. baked ham, and a dash of dry
$250 WARDROBE butter. Or make a mustard- 2 tablespoons oil back Into Take off that "strictly for mustard.
greased pan to ,
butter sauce by melting /i BUSHNELL Mr and Mrs. Vi tablespoon grated Florida breakfast" label and serve Try eggs as appetizers,
cup butter in saucepan, blending Ellie Peebles have announcedthe orange rind brown; about 5 minutes. Decorate grapefruit for luncheon and deviled or stuffed, pickled, on l
In '/ each of dry Sift dry Ingredients Into with orange all<;ea. Serve has with
SEE THE DOWNTOWN teaspoon engagement of their dinner. A restaurant won canapes egg garnish. ,
"I mustard, sugar and salt. Stir daughter, Myra Kay, to Shady medium size bowl. Combine hot with butter. fame with Its grapefruit cake. Lenten main dunes include
in 1 teaspoon lemon Juice just Alvin Wheeler Jr., son of Mr. remaining Ingredients; pour YIELD: 4 I servings.If Grapefruit also goes Into Creamed Eggs with Tuna;
MYSTERY SHOPPER before serving.Fresh and Mrs. Shady Alvin Wheelerof over mixture In bowl. Stir skillet heat tends to be salads, combined with other Poached Eggs au Gratin;.
crisp cabbage slaw Soperton, Ga. with fork only until all dry uneven, line bottom of skillet fruit and dressed with honey. Eggs in Creamed Lobster; Tomato
I The wedding will take place Ingredients are dampened. with piece of greased alumi- orange dressing Into fruit Cheese Souffle; Fondue;
April 5 at 4 pm. at Boiling Spoon Into lightly oiled medi num foil. punch drinks is a marinade Eggs a la Goldenrod; Baked
THE: V/CP/2AM WHO LIVES IN Springs Baptist Church In So- um-size electric skillet. Cover Note: This bread tends to be for fish in sherbet Eggs with Sardines and Spin
perton. ; set dial to 260 degrees and of_firm texture. and ice cream and In nut ach.

Miss Peebles was graduated let cook about 15 minutes. i ,'
.\ SHC2..HAPPILY..IS I THE from Auburndale High School Test for doneness with cake

and from the Colonial Beauty tester or food pick. If top is

WOMAN WHO 'WEARS THERLJIV1R School of Lakeland. She is employed too moist, bread may be turn-

by Glenda's Glamour .,f.ro .
Salon of Soperton. Mrs. Hudson Oe
ONDER Mr. Wheeler, a graduate of
Trestles County High School, Heads Wales

Soperton, attended Abraham
Baldwin College In Tifton, Ga. AAUW GroupLAKE

THE' He Is operating Wheeler
Trucking Company In Soper WALES-Mrs. Helen

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president of the take Wales
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\ Her foot wrapped in premium of University Womenat

plump calfskin I Its meeting In the Florida
Power Home Service Center. ,
Miss Dorothy Oliver was *
named corresponding secretary -
and Mrs. Earl Norton v
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officers will be Installed at the
Her foot encased in I heel
to toe Inner lining of d May K meeting. 1+" of him in his new Easter wardrobe from
then weight foam Continuing In office another GINN'S.
I year will be Mrs. Roger J,
Kenney and Mrs. W. R. Grit- LONG PANTS SUITS, Sizes 2 to 16

I fith, vice presidents; and Mrs. $9.93 to $19.93
Thomas Lewis, treasurer.A .
meeting at which prospective SPORT COATS Sixes to 16
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members will be wel-
The bill ot her foot pillowed comed has been planned for $7.98 to $12.98
on in idditioml! pun ol foam April 13. It will be held at the sff

home of Mrs. R. W. Combs SLACKS SHIRTS TIES HATS ETC

I at S p.m. Mrs. Marjorie Craig ., ." -'. .''; '
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MISS MYRA PEEBLES "India." .rt .
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every movement CLOSE-OUT i girl's fancy lightly turns d .
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SALE b from GI NN'S. oo.-

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I Governor's Lady Happy Hit With VotersBy usvdutr



JOY MILLERAP an who can give up her children Immediately after the introduction EDITOR'S NOTE As Republican contenders battle lor Just going along gamely with
Women's Editor for another man is no She had been campaigning the presidential nomination, controversy continues to swirl any exuberant gag her ebullient
NEW YORK W As GOT good In New Hampshire, about the dark blonde head of Cov. Nelson Rockefeller's bride, husband thinks up.
Nelson A Rockefeller leaped Some go on to say they she said, and "I haven't seen a divorced mother of four children. Some call her a millstone, Although she's so casual
nimbly onto a flatbed cam. could be tolerant of the Rockefeller the children for two days" others say she's his biggest suet, What Is Happy Rockefeller about clothes she rarely
paign truck in downtown Los divorce, which ended 31 Casual Dresser like as wife, mother, campaigner? changes her afternoon dress
Angeles during a recent barnstorming years of marriage, even of
and
affairs
As a campaigner Mrs. for big evening -
'
trip to the West Happy divorce of Dr. James Rockefeller has become unexpectedly some governors' wives have J oI
Coast
someone called outWhere'i : Slater Murphy. "But those because and It's she enjoyslife she's too under- !
adept. Growing up over, it was possibly apparent complained
her." Happy? We mist four children stick In your In Philadelphia Main Line Society behind her almost perpetual on the campaign trail, dressed on formal occasionsshe I : ..
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"You know what? I do too," craw, a New Hampshire woman she could hardly escape smile and shy gropings for the whether it's signing "Happy" helps her husband keep ,
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put developing poise. At the same right words they sensed a autographs or shaking hands dapper. At least once on a : : .
Rockefeller
shouted .
back Neither the Rockefellers nor time, nothing prepared her for genuine friendliness. for hours on the street and recent Oregon trip she pressedhis 'r" '
"Come on up here, sweetie"' Dr. discuss the ,
Murphy will life In the public eye Now her large brown eyes in reception lines althoughthe suit between a press conference ,
The crowd gasped when children publicly. They have If at first she won people sparkle along] with her smile baby is due in June or and luncheon. I t !>, ..
Margaretta (Happy) Rocke said they agree that fairness Yo' "
feller, with a big smile, put to the children requires Insuring ", I ,. ,."., ,"\, ". ."'
up her arms to be lifted '
them enough privacyto 'l"..
aboard. She looked very pregnant lead normal lives \ "
Dark blonde Mrs Rockefeller .' +
Four strong arms boosted gives every appearanceof n : r
(from the street and the governor being devoted to her children All of a sudden, from out of the throesOf
pulled from the truck When she stays away
t In seconds she was standingarm from public functions or political 7 three-year-old chaos, and ten-year-old woes,

in arm with her husband campaigning around the And teen dispositions, and house disarray,
beaming at the cheers country, the governor usually
And all of the crises that the
garble day
of mingled relief and admiration explains that she's home with ; ,
The Rockefeller, who the children. On trips shea A bit of contentment the size of a hug
have been introduced at banquets always looking for presents to : :
Looks up from her blanket so cozy and snug
as "the greatest teamin take back to them She accompanied t
politics today," had won her two oldest to And catches my glance with the kind of a smile

over another crowd. the recent Beatles' appearanceat That me the strength to for while!
gives on a
Yet In every group of onlookers Carnegie Hall and endeared THE MANY MOODS OF MRS. NELSON ROCKEFELLER They're all happy go ;,_
there are women who herself to teen.agers, if not -- ------ ----
stare at her, hard-eyed and their parents, by pronouncingthe
curious, Impervious to her undeniable performance "marvelous"
charm and hkeabili- At a luncheon for Republican
ty. Their hostility is often women in New York the
phrased this way: "Any wom other day she rushed home

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I LAKE WALES-Mlss Cheryl gloves, and carried cascade
b EASTER PARADE i Jeane Lane and A.1C. Henry bouquets of mint green car
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t ried Saturday night at First Flower Girl
c Values to WITH SHOES FROM Methodist Church by the Rev Terrle Harriman, niece of
N W. L. Joyner. the bride, was flower girl.
$1.29 Yard The bride is the daughter Her dress of mint green pests
:, M SHOE FAIRGIRLS' of Mayor and Mrs. Harry J. de sole was fashioned like that
If on Bolts ,, Lane. The bridegroom's parents of the other attendants.
are Mr and Mrs. Henry Kenneth D. Everill of Orlando
Just a penny an inch boys wash-and-wear drip- I C. Roddenberry of Orlando. was best man. Ushers
:dry fabric for Spring! Fine-count combed cotton EASTER SHOES The bride, who was givenIn were Mr Megow of Orlando,
fashion and finishes marriage by her father, brother.in-law of the bridegroom -
In' all your favorite weaves
wore a formal wedding gownof Mr. Harriman
tafletized, sateens, sport denims, chambray Patent leathers ;
pure silk organza and hand- brother of the bride; WilliamE.
linenes, Osnaburf and Hopsacking. clipped Chantilly lace. The Holmes, bridegroom'scousin
e Whites $ 197 fitted bodice featured a bateau and Norman D. Har

You Can Buy More And Spend Less At KressBOYS' :-... ... Many top neckline. The skirt fell ris of Orlando, his uncle. II
from a cummerbund and The bride's parents enter
.. namebronda UP formed a colonial tiered I tained at a reception in the
chapel train. The gown was church parlor.
highlighted with I pearl-encrusted The couple will be at home 4i
medallions of Chan- i yt''r
after Sunday at 1408 Lorenzo vvrt
tilly lace. Ave, Tampa. The bridegroom t
BOYS' EASTER SHOES Headpiece is stationed at MacDUl Air
Her pouff veil of Imported Force Base.Mrs. .
SUITS
illusion was attached to an ,
Oxfords I original designed headpiece of a
Loafers seed pearls and handcut Cryl.tall FischerIs ,
2 PIECE SUIT .
Block I and her bouquet was a

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butterfly rotes and lilies of tha ,
in white or red Te Si" 3 valley centered with a white
with nary blue //)(* orchird C. Fred KunzMrs.
slackt. ***-' Miss Deborah Miller of Or.
lando was maid of honor.
I Bridesmaids were Miss Margaret Mary Lou Fischer of MRS. PAUL S. TOPKIN
Sises 3 to 8
MISSES' & LADIES' FLATSJUST Lane of LaGrange, Ga., 518 Windsor St. and Marietta,
Ga, became the bride of C.
Mrs. John Megow of Or. Miss
PERFECT FOR EASTER lando, sister of the bride Fred Kuna of Marietta Ohio, Joy Lynn Gingrich
Mrs. Charles K. Harriman a retired business executive
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William Hardin of Winter Dr. Paul Fischer. Mr and Mrs. James L. of First Baptist Church, Herk-
Haven. The Rev. John R. Hunt per
$197 / / They wore gowns of mint formed the ceremony at the Gingrich, 2421 S. Crystal Lake lmer, N.V.
/ green peso de soie. They Methodist Temple. The couple Drive, have announced the The bride Is a graduate of
Latest were fashioned with scoop was attended by Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their daughter Lakeland High School and attended -
Styles neckline and petite cap Clark Bean, 1001 Monroe Ave. Joy Lynn, to Paul S. Topkin, SL Petersburg Junior
sleeves. The full skirts car Alter a small reception at
..,. ried out the colonial design, the bride's home, the couple son of Mr and Mrs. Jacob College where she majored In
.' t., tr s. TOPS IN STYLING and were highlighted in back left on a motor trip to the Topkin of St Petersburg science She is attending the
with a large bow at the waist west and east coasts of Flor- The ceremony was performed School of Industrial Business
Men's Imported.Italian line. They wore matching accessories ida. They will be at home, 518 by the Rev. C. C. McCormick Machines In Utica, NY., and
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and short white Windsor St., about March 24. on Feb. 7 in the chapel will be graduated In May.
DRESS SHOES I I Mr. Topkin. a graduate of
St. Petersburg High School,
i All Leather A Young Man's attended the University of Flo-
rida. He Is a senior at the
ONLY
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In psychology.
Easy-CaroBabette GI.". .....therLln. After May 30, till couple will
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Diaper Sets Dresses Choice
Values to $12.97LADIES1
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stay fresh, then wash 'n able, with arhtwear
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ironin Boys' and girls'styles sleeves, tiny collars,yoke Bone, Patents end $ 93 TEX-SON
in dainty baby tabfullness, twotones.Sizes Spring PastelsHI by 7 The monthly business meeting .
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Med,. and Lo Heels UPe Sites $599 Sizes $399 i and Professional Women's
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All the Latest 6:30 o'clock at the Crest Restaurant
M +4i Styles and ColorsLadies

a White Dress Shirts bank Mrs.chairman Bam Slnclalre.of the club eye,
199Short will Introduce Dr. J. W Clot-
Sandals or Long Sleeves +/ felty, who wilt speak on cornea
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t a. Just Arrived! a film "The Boy With the
Large Selection OfBOYS' / Blindfold-Mrs. Sinclairs will
American and Italian
have forms available for those
Cushioned Insoles $197 who wish to donate their eyes
PANTSBlack
Decorated 15 Or. Latest upon Mrs.death.Blanche Work president -

18" Square Tall Tumblers Styles White end Colon ,session.will preside She will at the conductthe business

Decorative Pillows 10C I Sizes 2 to 7. to to. *199 to $399 the nominating election of committee members and to

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..'II1Id STRAWHANDBAGS nations and select the "Wom-
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Soft,plumPlI1r.amnIce- Generous 15 oz. glasses I.- We Carry Slims, Regulars, Huskies and Student SizesBoys' Miss Ethel Taylor, Insurance
tate covered pillows tufted in three different colorful, chairman, will present a
with a large center but.casual. de lltll. Ideal for representative of the company
ton. Big selection of colors shakes, soda...any tall Just Right lor Spring \ .}: which carries the group Insur-
Tsrrlflo value! drink. Shoes ante for the club, who will

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Lakeland's Largest Discount Store : will answer questions.
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Sandy LAKE WALES Mr. and

Vegetables, Rolls and hoe FcthCORNER Mrs. Joseph Slaughter White-
Butter. Friday 4:00 P.M to 2 $1 $399 $599 hurst have announced the engagement

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Girl Thanks Pilots For 1 Natural Hairdo Suits Softer Fashions I


Please Call For Your Photos New Looks And Outlook

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I Engagement and wedding picture published In The Pilot Club of Lakeland supports a program of dental ;
fIt fII the LEDGER ahould be called for within 10 days health service for needy children in the area Funds raised 'I
by club projects finance this care ,
I ,
after publication. The following letter Is from a young Lakeland ulrl who ,"
tIPo I received dental care paid for by the Pilot Club. it Is addressed .
The LEDGER cannot be responsible for pictures to Mrs Roy Bell, president of Pilot Club. .

b uncalled for after the 10-day period. "Dear Mrs Bell:
I "I would like to thank you and your club members for
what you have done for me. You will never know how much
e ---I It has meant to me to have my teeth fixed.
I "My foster mother! has been trying to get the Child

I t -mlill3 [ffld ''r, Welfare Department to have my teeth fixed for over two
years, but they said they didn't have the funds
0f "It la only organizations and clubs like yours that have

!\.. l' ", i: done so much for us foster children-especially at ChristI -
;'.{ i I mal time. It's things like this that make us realize that
J I someone does care for us 'h
Week EndS lClAt
"I wish I could be at your meeting to thank each of f
d you personally I hope that someday I can be an active.
t member In a club like yours, and be able to help children,
who are like I am. I think It Is a wonderful project that b J
you have undertaken, and it Is one of the much needed ones ,
"Again, may I thank you from the bottom pf my heart. ''_r "
iiSI "May Cod richly bless each and every one of you. L .< { .

"Sincerely yours, .,, '
"One who has benefitted from your service." It. 1 (

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really extra special personFRAGRANCE :

al touch may be added to a clay pots filled with favorite

wrapped Christmas gift& t; floral fragrances of bath salts
taching It a small
I corsage Whether the package and colorfully' wrapped makeis YOUNG NATURAL COIFFURE Especially designed for SHORT AND SWEET Front, left, and ;back views of
large or small, a suitable cor- thoughtful presents for Indoor the coming wave of soft suits sod blouses, this hairdo was the "Young Natural" coiffure give the effect of movement. I
sage can be added. gardeners created for the young at heart by the Official Hair Fashion Waves at the sides hug the cheeks In a wide sure sweep stemming .
Committee of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists from the soft ripples at the nape. A large wave laps at

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Miss Lane Bride Of

o a Get Ready

'I Airman Roddenberry
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.11.,. k Rw'eLh t'. I LAKE WALES-MIss Cheryl gloves, and carried cascade
b Jeans Lane and A1C. Henry bouquets of mint green car '
a ; { An Inch EASTER PARADEWITH C. Roddenberry .Jr were married nations.
tJ I Saturday night at First Flower Girl t
c Values to SHOES FROM I Methodist Church by the Rev. Terrle Harriman, niece of
, W. L. Joyner the bride, was flower girl.
r ''' } $r.29 Yard I The bride is the daughterof Her dress of mint green peau
a. e SHOE FAIRGIRLS' Mayor and Mrs. Harry J. de sole was fashioned like that
If on Bolts Lane. The bridegroom's par. of the other attendants a{
ents are Mr. and Mrs HenryC. Kenneth D. Everill of Orlando

. Just a penny an inch buys wash-and-wear, drip. Roddenberry of Orlando. was best man. Ushers
'dry fabrics'for Spring! Fine-count combed cotton EASTER SHOESPotent The bride, who was given were Mr. Megow of Orlando,
: in marriage by her father, brother-In of the bride-
in'.U favorite fashion weaves and finishes
your wore a formal wedding gown groom; Mr. Harriman,
taffetizol, lateen, sport denims, chambrays, leathers I of pure silk organza and hand- brother of the bride; WilliamE. '
llnenes, Osnaburtf and 1I0p ack1n,. clipped Chantilly lace. The Holmes l bridegroom'scousin
Whlt"Man $197 fitted bodice featured a bateau and Norman D. Har k '
You Can Buy More And Spend less At KressBOYS' neckline. The skirt fell ria of Orlando, his uncle.
top from a cummerbund and The brides parents entertained
name A formed a colonial tiered I at a reception In the
brands UP chapel train. The gown was church parlor.
highlighted with pearl-en- The couple will be at home
crusted medallions of Chantilly after Sunday at 1408 Lorenzo
4 4,
lace. Ave., Tampa. The bridegroom
BOYS' EASTER SHOES HeadpieceHer Is stationed at MacDUl Air
SUITS pouff veil of Imported Force Base.Mrs. .
Illusion was attached to an
Oxforde original designed headpiece of
Coolers seed and handcut Fischers
pearls crystals
2 PIECE SUIT .
I Block and her bouquet was a

rayon lined coat \ Brown $244 cascade butterfly arrangement rotes and lilies of of white tha / Bride Of

in white ar red .T'5'1MISSES'' valley centered with a white

with navy blue 'J orchird C. Fred Kunz
slacks Miss Deborah Miller of Orlando
was maid of honor.
Mrs Mary Lou Fischer of MRS. PAUL
Mar. S. TOPKIN
Bridesmaids were Miss
Sizes 3 I
to 8
518 Windsor St. and Marietta
& LADIES' FLATSJUST garet Lane of LaGrange, Ga,
of Orlando Ga., became the bride of C. Miss
Mrs John Megow
PERFECT FOR EASTER sister of the bride- Fred Kunt of Marietta, Ohio, Joy Lynn Gingrich
Mrs Charles K. Har- a retired business executive
$699Easy.Car. Summer WhitesBone riman groom,of Lake Wales, sister- last Tuesday Married To Mr. TopkinMr.
In-law of the bride, and Mrs. Mrs. Fischer Is the widowof
PotentgMultiColon William Hardin of Winter Dr. Paul Fischer. and Mrs. James L. of First Baptist Church, Herk-
The Rev. John R. Hunt per-
Haven. Gingrich, 2421 S. Crystal Lake Imer
N.Y.
$197 formed the at the
...- They wore gowns of mint ceremony
green peso de sole. They Methodist Temple. The couple Drive, have announced the The bride Is a graduate of
Latest were fashioned with scoop was attended by Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their daughter, Lakeland High School and attended
Styles neckline and petite cap Clark Bean, 1001 Monroe Ave. Joy Lynn, to Paul S. Topkin, St. Petersburg Junior
full skirts carried After a small reception at
The
sleeves son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob College where she majored in
out the colonial design the bride's home, the couple
i TOPS IN STYLING and were highlighted In back left on a motor trip to the Topkin of St. Petersburg science She Is attending the
with a large bow at the waistline west and east coasts of Florida The ceremony was performed School of Industrial Business
Men's Imported Italian They wore matching accessories They will be at home, 518 by the Rev. C. C. McCormick Machines In Utica, N.Y., and
and short white Windsor St., about March 24. on Feb. 7 In the chapel will\ be graduated In May.
DRESS SHOESAll I I Mr. Topkin. a graduate of
I, St. Petersburg High School,
A Man'sWhite attended the University of Florida
Leather Young
He is a senior at the
A ONLY $697 University of Tampa, major-
Ing In psychology.After .
EasyCareBabette GI.... L..th.r for. May 30, the couple will
Lind tk make their home in Tampa.
Diaper Sets Dresses Choice ..
Values
to $12.97LADIES'
88 88cCrease.reaiatant LakelandBPWCMeeis/


so they Mother, they are adorable EASTER HEELSIn Sport Coatsby
stay fresh, then wash 'it with bows, embroidery
wear with little or no appliques, short Dressy Whites, TonightThe
ironing; Boys' and girls' sleeves, tiny collars,yoke Bone, Patents and $ 93 TEX-SON
styles in dainty baby fabtullneas, two-tones. Spring Pastels monthly business meetIng -
rice and colors. Sizes 9 to 12 montha.Decorated 3 of the Lakeland Business
HI, Med and Lo Heels P' Sizes $599 Sizes $399 f and Professional Women
Club will be held tonight at
All the Latest 2to12. 13ro1a. 8:30: o'clock at the Crest Restaurant -
M 4t and ColorsLadies'
Styles !7
Mrs. Balll Sinclaire, eye
White Dress Shirts bank chairman of the club,
199Short will introduce Dr. J. W. Clot-
r SandalsJust or Long Slow felty, who will apeak on cor
m nea transplant and will show
;
64 Arrived!! a film "The Boy With the
Selection OfBOYS' Blindfold." Mrs Sinclaire will
American and Italian Large have forma available for those
Cushioned Insoles who wish to donate their eyes
$197
PANTSBlack death
15 Oz. .. Latest upon Mrs Blanche Work president -

18" Square Tall Tumblers U Styles White and Colors ,session.will preside She will at the conduct business

Decorative Pillows Sizes 2 to 7 $199 to $399 the election of members to
10 c99C to to. to the nominating committee and

'h New JMpmenf/l/! 7 UP Sizes 8 to 12 . 2" to 5M the will committee make the appointment to take nominations of-

.""'!'" STRAWHANDBAGS and select: the "Worn-
"\" "" 'I' $19 an of the Year" for the club.

Soft,plump, gleaming! acetate Generous 15 oz. glasses t We Carry Slims, Regulars, Huskies and Student SinesBoys' Miss Ethel Taylor Insurance
covered pillows tufted in three different colorful, chairman will present a
with a large center but casual designs. Ideal for representative of the company
ton. Big; selection of collhake., soda,..any tall Just Right lot Spring \ ...j. which carries the group Insurance
oral Terrific valuel! drink. Shoes for the club who will
explain present coverages and
Lakeland Largest Discount Store will answer questions.
/ / by
it*; iCONOMICAtlFOH JHt, .INTlfctrAMJIT FREE PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS IN REAR OF STORI Mother Goose EngagementAnnounced

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FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS e Sandy McGee
LAKE WALES Mr. and

Potatoes, Vegetables, Rolls and r= Mrs Joseph Slaughter White-
h'ge C Jt d $399 $599 hurst have announced the en-
Butter. Friday 400: P.M. to 2$1 ; to gagement of their daughter

8 P.M. Only 1 Serving 59c Acc..i". .. Si.. Thalia Frances, to H. L. Hiers

113 N. KENTUCKY Every Pair Guaranteedfor Jr, son of Mrs. H. L. fliers
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HOLLYWOOD (AP) Elvis wall to meet in designated 11 pieces. Leather
Presley was winning his fight (AP) A 72.hour cities but not in East Berlin ing elevat997 case.
with a movie extra, 11 the stopover with relatives will be Previous transit visas have hood. 2.49
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Man In The News
I Thursday, March 12, IM

McNamara Faces Viet Nam Crisis I


WE INVITETHI

(L Nt'' 1t r.ltlm.a many minds but one man's de company, assistant g e n e r 11 I suited In outbursts against himin
The favorite recreation of cision. manager of the Ford division Britain as well as the U. S.
+ vice president and general manager The British had been dependingupon
at Secretary of Defense Robert That Is the way In which
3 Secretary McNamara has been group vice president In the Skybolt for their own
RUPTUREDLAKELAND Strange McNamara Is moun- making critical decisions ever charge of car and truck division bombers.

tain climbing. Today however, since he took over at the Pen and finally on Nov. 9, 1960 McNamara's long working i
-oF- at the head of a high-ranking tagon In January, 1961, after I President. That was one day hours are regarded as unusualeven
w government Investigating teamIn telling President Kennedy that after President Kennedy's elec In a city where many rankIng -
Saigon, he Is faced with
officials virtually live at
he had discussed the job with
:ritls In South Vietnam. tlon.Tapped their desks. He sometimes arrives
his predecessor, Thomas S. by Kennedy for the,
That area, surrounding the Gates Jr., and was sure he Pentagon post, he quickly established at his desk at 7 i.m. and
-TO- w wMr Mekong River Delta, Is the could handle It I a reputation for firmness. does not leave until 8 or 1 p.m.
itronghold of the Communist the Cuba crisis he slept
During
A Private Trial Fitting Of Born In San Francisco June
Cancels Projects
Vietcong Insurgency. It Is the : in his office
New Rica Support lecretary's mission, In behalf of 9 the, 1918 public, he schools was brought at Piedmont up In I Time and again the secret.ry'' For exercise, he plays squashor

President Johnson, to come has been praised or condemnedin tennis. He is still an extensive
High school friends call him
If ara rupcuifit .. "I i itruti jack ;
you with recommendations on; major military controversies. reader. His vacations, to
as a neat, mannerly lad who
now It your ipi how' to fulfill the United States' : ski climb mountains, have
11s cost-saving efforts, especially or
lIt a 30 day trial of a I I. always had his homework ready
commitment to prevent a com won high praise from Presidents been few and brief.
and ,
committed ruptuif r 1I1'1"i "" perfect
up" to matt th* npfil, ,,f i itlcuUr ., munist takeover in that country II Kennedy and Johnson, as The secretary Is the grandsonof
and /Indh kiwi n 01'i'" Phi Beta Kappa well as on capitol hill. an Irish Immigrant and the
Characteristically, Secretary He became a Phi Beta Kappaat He has sponsored fundamental son of a wholesale shoe com
Rice Flulnt K pfii,' f MN i executive. His middle
McNamara Is "gathering the the University of California internal reorganization of the pany
I Hotel. Y.l will Lakiiand bf at the Fit New, s.turd Florida y. 'acts" And he has demonstratd He got his Master of Arts degree defense department. He has name, Strange, was his mother's
In more than three In consolidated military responsibilities maiden name.McNamara .
Mirth 14 to sine free ilrn,,, i"'II' years from the Harvard Graduate
J tlon/ and private ulnl 1111kg1,,, his post that he Is a man for School of Business Administration of the separate services married the former
Support dtitlirntd in omnfciiahu. whom facts are a major tool of In 1939. After working for to an extent not previously Margaret Craig. They have

hold any reducible rupture-Iilt] A / judgment, not to be colored by an accounting firm for a year, believed possible without legislation two daughters, Margaret Eliza
or .mull-no mailer who n. )lominior bias or the aspirations of wishful he returned to teach at Har- He has assigned to beth and Kathleen, and a son,
whit your work nml... thinkers. vard. civilians many tasks normally Robert Craig. The McNamaras

I, Racked by more than Ott /lr.operl.n.o >. A HEARTY MClrTION S. Secretary .r D.f.... Robert McNamara, lorol wreath round And after he gets the facts McNamara'i first taste of the handled by the military. lived away from the fashionable
and filled In' lined; hit each torn by tnthutloiln crowd, fights hn way through mob of wall wishes it etnlrtl Vlat".", which he demands In relentless military came when as a civilianhe His cancellation of some community of automobile executives .
wit)" a thorouih kiumlcdiit of to hal ese capital .f Huo. In Iron of McNamora, It ft, .li South Vletntmeia Premise Ma|. Can. H.u,... volume and detail, It Is the sec helped set up a statistical weapons projects and his op- In Detroit when he was
1 they are doles the Modem' IIi,. Khanh. They wool artandlnf mail rally at which McNomora promised South Vial Norn full Amtrl. retary's practice to make his control system for the Army position to others have brought with Ford, preferring an old
Support should prone in hia I treat! can support to fight Communist Iniurgtncy. IAP Wirtphota via cable from Saigon) own decisions Air Force. Later he was commissioned :him considerable opposition. For house in Ann Arbor, near the
shun to the moot ikrixknl- nd a Captain and sent example, his cancellation of the University of Michigan Campus,
you are allowed a 30.dHl'< trial Based On Facts missiles for In live in the
on various overseas assignmentsto Skybolt designed Washington they
period to see If this It "". No l>lndInt Seven Trucks Vets To Hear State LeaderWilliam I
outline or chafing hut a iomfoilnbl I He often says that he does not teach statistical control. He launching from bombers, re- Kalorama Circle section.
*. evenly dlKUrd pt'en.ureci regard his position at the won the Legion of Merit and was
Call
lust the rllht pot to keep bowel Answer Robinson, commanderof Banks Memorial Barracks 433 Pentagon as that of a Judge discharged In 1946 as a Lieutenant
from wiping Of The Stork the Florida Department of Veterans of World War I, at the I who chooses among alternatives Colonel. Being Confirmed Cigar
Veterans of World War I, will Magnolia Building. He regards himself as a leader Then he and nine other Army I
Tbounnnda have repnrtM fnlhi. be the speaker tonight at a who makes decisions based on a Air Force associates sold them-
a.u.r""o"1'11' the Rl<'* HuJ| |>oil. DENVER (AP-A fire alrm The meeting will begin at 7:30: Smoker Becomes OrdealBy
ao why endure the hitrdui of nduclblo meeting of the Burgess E. review of all available materialthe selves as a "team" to Henry
ninturo inffi-rlim IfM brought seven trucks, their sirens o'clock. At the close of the "facts."
Ford II, promising to completely -
tan bt fret "torn ItAtiMtav. It
and business meeting, members of HAL BOYLE They are women, television
Kill to.t you nothing In tome In, I screaming emergency ATLAS-AGENA FIRED Thus, when McNamara re- reorganize the automobile
and the wonderful learn about oi.rliiiiltv| hiss rmthndii It offniiluat and.'lights aflash I POINT ARGUELLO Calif: the Auxiliary will Join the mem- turns to Washington, the President company and put it back on the NEW YORK (AP) One ofife's and the movies.
ask at the hotel the alarm box firemen road The ten were I little ordeals today is to Too often in television and
desk fur tin By (AP-An Atlas-Agena satellite bers of the Barracks for a aoclal will have reason to expect to success.
i Rlrt...l. Hourt Enperta art and 10-ta the tm.it will dn gm the found Mrs. Johnnie Mae Manor rocket, a combination used for hour. that the recommendations on taken on and became known as be a confirmed cigar smoker film programs the cigar smoker
and 7.I p.m. here I. l>.,,lulelv nn 41, who explained she need Atlas or Midas reconais- I which the life and death of the "whiz kinds." II He Is one of the misunderstood Is portrayed as a lowlife
friendly nblUHllrin oourleoun and iou lieatinent are "promised ed help. She was taken to a hospital :sance satellites, was launched Former pitcher Walter (Dutch) South Vietnam may dependnot McNamara established a heroes of our times, oft lout, a boor, an underworld tycoon -
where later Wednesdayshe Wednesday The Air Force gaveno Ruether scouts for the San Fran- to speak of the U. S.! own ning control department.Plan-I condemned seldom appreciated or a fat political grafter
-Ado gave birth to a baby boy. further details. cisco Giants. stake-will be the product of rose rapidly as controller unreasonably denounced.Just The Idea seems to be that if
------ character to look
-- -- -- you want a
when the campaign of
SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND vilification against the cigar like a villain you make him
and stick
overweight, balding a
smoker began It is hard now to
half-chewed cigar in his mouth
determine, but Its effectiveness
Statistics that cigarette
has been coincidental with the say '
smokers commit more crimes
increase of cigarette smokingby
than cigar smokers.
women.
The enmity of many women
tt Masculine SymbolThe toward cigars probably if based

has been on several factors.
cigar a symbol
of masculinity in America. They Stink

The Indians taught the Spanish "They stink up the draperies

explorers the pleasures of ," some wives complain.The .
a good cigar, and cigar making real feminine objections
became one of the earliest Industries against cigar smoking are twofold
in this hemisphere :

s Stogies-the brand amoked by 1. The average woman dislikes
e ., BROTHERS the drivers of Pennsylvania's cigars because she doesn't
uutwwo. otur.rots Conestoga wagons-also helped know how to handle them
?: ..- w? ve,, Gobbler'a bench, SOdO:r settle the great American West gracefully.

Cigars have been the favorite 2. The average woman is
smoke of warriors such as Gen jealous of cigars because they

rou lamp table. 14" round U. S. Grant and Gen. GeorgeS. give a man more satisfactionand

-- H ., Patton; business titans such less trouble than women
i as J, P. Morgan; statesmen do.
such as Winston Churchill. The I After all, a man doesn't have
ate John F. Kennedy also enjoyed -.to listen to a cigar, rememberit
(']r lr.S. II k the bouquet of a good on its birthday bo nice to Its
e ; cigar. relatives, or buy it a fur coat. I

I Who, then, are the foes of the All he does is light it, smoke it,

s ; cigar and who subjects Its enjoy It-and throw It away.
smokers to such opprobriumand How can you beat a deal like

disdain? that?


dough bOil f.br..18x27"' commode tibfe! 24x24' Tariff Rates Hit Horse

I

twin bed sale! foam-on-foam I luxury! excellent selection and quality! save now Shoes, Tachometer Parts


your choice of regular or extra-length on early American accent pieces WASHINGTON (AP) Aluminum sloe tariff modernization act

horseshoes and automobile 'that went Into effect last year,
compare at 89.50 tachometer parts have something and Congress Is being asked to
49.95 each
.... regularly In common and it isn't change the rates back.
sale 59.50
hoteltpriny itt sale your choice< $39 each only that they are both Involved These two requests are among
In racing some 200 the House Ways and
If you are 6ft. toll or over, this Is an opportunity to purchase EXTRA. The tariff rates on both of Means Committee will look Into

LENGTH foam bedding at no extra cost! You get a luxurious 4'/i"' thick Charming early American furniture each piece on outstanding value at them were changed in a mas- tomorrow. The tax-writing com
molded '100% foam rubber mattress, with a matching box that I is top
spring worthwhile savings! All pieces are carefully constructed, and have a worm mittee is undertaking a cleanupjob
ped with foam both mode U S. Rubber Company. Bedding designed, which
: by on the new tariff code,
Salem finish.
Limited of
for Florida living odor and mildew proof for this high humidity climate. maple quantities matching pieces also available. Draft LodgeHeadquarters was supposed to streamline

Come save now sleep on the comfort of foom-on-foam bedding. commode table, 24x24" end table, 22x26"cobbler's classifications but not In gen

ALSO AVAILABI.il step table, 27x21"dough bench, 50x20"round eral, to apply new rates to imported .

Firm set. compare at 119.50 . . . . . sole! 79.50 box table, 18x27" lamp table, 24" round articles.
cocktail table 48x20"Extra Years Of Work
firm set. compare at 139.50 . . . . sale! 99.50 Will ReopenCLEVELAND
The 1962 Tariff Act followed
Maas Bedding Mass' Furniture of work by the Tariff
Ohio (AP) years
The Cuyahoga County Draft- Commission, extensive hearingsand

/!:' or It" .......,.. ._...,A<._".........__" I ,.. Lodge disconnected Committee had and In had telephone all committee tens of consideration.thousands of dif Affecting

but shut down Its headquarters ferent products, it was the first

e here when Ambassador Henry major revision In a generationof
Cabot Lodge's write-in victory the classifications under which
'
: : : ; imports are tated. During the
; V; in the New Hampshire primary
< ,,' ': luxurious easy-care 501 rugs of revived the movement. intervening time, new productshad
,", -. ,1 Dr. Frank J. Dzurik head of to be squeezed Into old classifications
: the committee, said Wednesdayhe and some brackets
.bh. DuPont nylon now at savings became obsolete.
would get new telephone wholly
:
,< :
; jack In the 'fio Public 1 The new classifications be-
1 Square. came effective by presidential
regularly 79.95 proclamation Aug. 31, 1931. Soon
after, some members of Con-

French Firm gress began hearing from constituents
sale! 69.88 9x12-ft..ia. like manufacturers
; Plans Cuban of tachometers and aluminum
I horseshoes.The .

"h, ,, Better take advantage of this special sale of fine-quality Truck DeliveryLYON whether manufacturers it was intended contendedthat or

not, some of the reclassificatlons
'I, rugs at special savings! Continuous filament nylon is woven I made that
France AP The changes vitally affected
( ) -
'. into a sculptured texture carpet, then backed with thick their businesses.
Berliet Company said Wednesday
u, _010 foam rubber for plush comfort. Stains just wipe away It would begin i delivery of! To head off a rash of individual
bills, the and
} ways means
,01 ; pile won't pill or fuzz, and is moth and mildew proof. Finished tS Communist million worth Cuba of within trucks the to;committee Issued a general invitation

t on all four edges choose golden gram, fern green, next few weeks. I for affected persons to
+ t suggest changes. The 200 requests -
.t 2 O sandalwood, sea blue, champagne, honey beige or red. contracted Britain's to Leyland supply Motors$10 million has were the result

worth of buses to Castro, but
,,' OTHER SIZES ALSO AVAILAILI AT SAYINGSI has .not announced a deliverydate. EisenhowerMentioned


12x15-ft. regularly 149.95 . . sale! 129.88 The United States has protested

12x18-ft. regularly 169.95 . : . sale! 149.88 both sales.PROFITABLE. In

Thii corpot "' .... th. ...Iit, ..........'. of 1100 DurW "SOI" C rtifico- 1* MINUTES Soviet
lion; Mork '''sraM. RENO (AP) Mrs.. Sonja MagazineMOSCOW
p- McNeil of Reno won first prize
in a contest for hunters' wives. (AP) The magazine -
? Mass' Floor Coverings The award was 19 minutes alone World Economy and Inter-
w in a supermarket. She could national Relations has begun to
take home all she could grab print some chapters of the
off the shelves In that time. memoirs of former President
t ,. Mrs. McNeil went straight for Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Soviet

the meat counter to haul insteaks news agency Tass announced
{ ', a.- bacon and ham and then Wednesday night.
: '
: moved to such high-priced specialties Almost nothing about President
as wild rice and olive'I Eisenhower has been printed -

oil.The I In the Soviet Union since the
NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY housewife admitted tiring blowup of the four-power conference -
in the stretch, but managed to In Paris following the
1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE win groceries that would havecoat U2 night Into the Soviet Union
Jb73.73. in 1960.1I .





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IEDCER. Thursday, MarcB n, MI/ 17



Top-Level Staff Changes At Citrus Commission Are ApprovedThe i



State Budget Commis- to direct administration, advertising who has been administrative ly headed up merchandising awrove the position I terials manager with the Charged with planning detailsof bear down on research programs
lion hu approved top-level merchandising, and assistant to Hooks. McNair operations for the Kroger Co. Pour other positions, threeof added responsibility of handling all the various promotionsof which will be produc
staff changes at the Florida commercial development. Re- came to the Commission In Position Unfilled them in the new Commercial the Commission's expanding fresh and processed Florida tive and profitable." I I
Citrus Commission as sub search activities will be headedby January 1963 from the State Dr. L. G. MacDowell, for Development Department, film program. Gardner citrus In grocery stores around Hooks said all other staff I
mitted by Commission General a Scientific Director and Department of Agriculture's merly director of research, are yet to be filled. Hooks said Joined the Commission In the country. employes will remain In pres I
Manager Homer E. Hooks. by an Economic Research Director Citrus Bond and License Division. now becomes scientific direct the "first order of business 1957 and designed much of the Opportunities Offered ently-assigned positions, although
Hooks had previously been All six directors will tor in the new organization, will be to appoint a director current promotional material some responsibilities I
given the "go-ahead" by the report directly to the general James T. Hopkins, formerly and Dr W E. Black, formerly then let bin choose Ms subor Including the new "OJ is on "The industry and the Commission "might be changed later as
Citrus Commission to make initial manager. assistant director of advertising director of economic and mar dinates. the way" truck-side poster have able and dedicated we get deeper into the requirements
appointments following a Seven former positions were and merchandising, was ket research, becomes eco "Research In all Its aspects He also produced the "WIn- people with many years' of the new set-up"
new organizational set-up recommended abolished to make way for the named acting advertising and nomic research director. Is going to>> get primary attention ning Formula" film depleting experience In Florida citrus He said he would Issue
by Boot Allen & appointments, all of whom publicity director. Hopkins previously StlU unfilled Is the new position at the Commission for use of Florida orange juice by already here on our staff," within the next few days a de-
Hamilton, business consultantfirm are personnel presently employed working in advertisingand of commercial development some time to come," Hooks successful athletes. Hooks said "I want to give tailed assignment of duties for ,
retained by the Commjs- by the commission. public relations for the director one of the key said "Dr. MacDowell and All of the above assignments them every opportunity in each of the new positions
lion to study Its operations Named as administrative director Commission and left In 1953 to posts recommended in the Dr. Black and their respective are effective next Monday these new positions and new Hooks expressed appreciation
Four top posts were created was Marvin A. McNair, handle national advertising for Boor, Allen tic Hamilton report. staffs will be very heavily engaged March 18. responsibilities. to the State Budget Com
the Florida Citrus Exchange Hooks said that he would now In planning and Imple- Hooks announced that one "I am sure the Industry mission and to Budget Director
He returned to the Commissionlast recommend that the consultantfirm menting the Important tech employe is being promotedfrom 'will now move with our staff Harry O. Smith for "their
urns.To Address fall.Frank be asked to recommend nical and market research the field to strengthenthe and the Commission to put understanding and appreciation
D. Arn, formerly director candidates for the position. work ahead of us." home office staff. He is together action programs not of our special kind of responsibility
of advertising and merchandising Florida Citrus Mutual proposed Budd T. Pohle formerly Pacific just for 1964-65 but for the In promoting the
Added
was named acting this procedure at the last Commission Responsibilities division manager In Los years ahead, to attack the Florida citrus crop In competition
lunicipal LeagueMayor field merchandising director meeting, but Hooks H S. Gardner former advertising Angeles. Pohle will report for synthetics, launch new appeals with some of the best
Arn has been with the Com said he had to find out first if manager, now becomes duty on May 1, as merchan- In advertising, broaden food merchandisers In Amer-

Haydon Burns of mee Its members consist 01 mission since 1953 and former __the Budget Commission would acting polnt-of.sale ma dising promotion manager, our field_ merchandising, and Ic."

I Jacksonville will address all elected and key administrative .
I members of the Ridge League officials from each 01
I of Municipalities In Bartow 25 municipalities in a seven
SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY
'TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND
I tonight at 7 o'clock In John's county area. ,
I Restaurant. The league was organized
Burns Is the fourth Democratic In 1948 when a small group
[ gubernatorial candidate of city officials from several
I to address the organizationthis Central Florida cities met to
year. Others who have exchange Information and

League appeared Include before State the Ridge Sen. problems Ideas concerning municipal now is the time to redecorate your home with handsome

I Scott Kelly, Sen. John Burnt widely known among
Mathews and Rep Fred Karl. municipal officials in Florida -
Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson Is Is the first mayor In the history Dfiff'it Night Furniture Covers
( scheduled to speak to mem- of Jacksonville to have
bers at a meeting In Lake served five consecutive term 41",'
for studios, tofa-bedt, httlo-a-betls, hoUgwooti beds, tie. ,
I Alfred on April 9. In the same office. He became
25 Cities Included widely known for his presentation -
The Ridge League Is an organization of "The Jacksonville
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(AP) Many advisers said, "Lodge should ,
ublicans on Capitol Hill say declare himself. He either ., Osnaburg in 3 Decorator Colors
lenry Cabot Lodge ought to should say he to not a candidate
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This was the predominant Sen. George D. Aiken R-Vt., Handsomely tailored with kick-pleat skirts; overlooked seams and cord r tti
view of Republican senators II a supporter of Mrs Smith sal & J"
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Lodge, who has said he is nofa can't support the administrate O t t .- 3 sided Hollywood U.99Maas' !
candidate because of foreign and be running against it at the t a I
'service regulations won the tame time" .1'd L Draperies :

Sew Hampshire preference on Lodge Seen StickingSen. I
.1 ,,... ''It i,
write-in campaign while he '" \:1: ,
/was at his POSt In South VietNam Leverett Saltonstalt, Rvoiced' I .. .
Mass, a belief that "n
Lodge will stay at his critical 6. 'r '1Mk,':" ,
"
Rivals Challenge Him ;post In Saigon "as long as he \ ....', ,,,: IL

Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona Feels he can do the Job and the ''' ', .
and New York Coy Nelson President wants him to re
| A. Rockefeller, who stumped main."
New Hampshire hard and fin- Saltonstall made clear he will
ished second and third to Lodge, support Lodge If he becomes a
have challenged him to return candidate and expressed belle t
and fight for the nomination. that a Lodge candidacy wouldbe sale! Samsonite' folding
furniture
backed strongly by the Massachusetts '
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith o! ,

Maine, who finished a distant Bourke delegation.Sen. B. Hlckenlooper. 5-piece Monarch set :,
fifth wondered out loud how
It-Iowa, chairman of the Senate
long Lodge could "remain a
committeeand regularly 41.75 .
member of the Johnson adminIstration Republican policy 1
avowed neutral at this!
and also remain .s an note oiify ; .Y:;
President Johnson's most likely point, said "I would think that \
Lodge will have to
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Sen. Carl T. Curtis, R-Neb.. ,line, or declare that he does vinyl table top and'choirs wipe clean in a jiffy, For extra -
one of Coldwater's campaignViet have these ambitions"
comfort, the choirs have contour-designed backs and the

smart vinyl covered seats are padded. Antique white antiquetan.

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CHICAGO ( -A merchandising -
WASHINGTON (AP) The executive declared today,
State Department is operating "you can sell more food through
as if Henry Cabot Lodge will newspaper advertising than any
stay on Indefinitely as U.S. ambassador other media." i !
to South Viet Nam. I "This Is why we spend 90 per w't '
Lodge's New Hampshire primary cent of our advertising dollar In 4' I ;
victory has boosted his newspapers and 10 per cent In
Republican presidential nominal TV and radio" Orville W. Joh- I
tion prospects and stateside er, vice president of Independent -"
GOP candidates are calling on Grocers' Alliance (IGA), : *:
him to come home to campaign which, he described as the R
world's largest voluntary food
Cables Strictly Business
tore chain, said. ti ,Mw- JbMw
But State Department Informants Johler who supervises placement -
said the cable traffic be- of advertisements In 3,000
tween Lodge and Washingtonhas newspapers each week, spoke at '1 -vi
been strictly business, that a seminar for IGA advertising i
none of the Saigon dispatcheshas managers from the Midwest
carried any hint the ambassador "Advertising In newspapers
may resign and fight for he said, "Is always more excitIng ..
the GOP nomination.The I than other media because
word Is that President readers are keyed up, mora alert
Johnson has left It up to Lodgeto often because of the latest happenings ..
say when and if he decidesto which they read about.
forsake the diplomatic arena This type of exhilaration also
for the political. provokes people to action more
Lodge said again Wednesdayhe than other media do."
does_ not clan to leave SalI -- ,
gon or resign. Citing foreign' .A
service regulations, he cabled Nixon Scranton 1 :1.H .
Oregon authorities he was not ,
Vote
Shun Texas + w
a candidate for the GOP presidential '

May II nomination primary. in the state's AUSTIN Tex. (AP) Two Boston Rocker chair pads'I !M' : 's. : foam filled! mildew resistant!

Reason Against Change Seen prospective men frequently mentioned the as :r ; v : ", reversible !, deluxe chaise pad ,
presidential at 6.98
:
compare
both John
Some figure that tepubllcan 1
son and Lodge have reasons few ation withdrew Wednesday from .J specially: priced
avoiding a Saigon ambassadorial Texas' presidential preference sale! 4e99 \; w,' sale! 6.97
change now. poll In the state GOP primary .,. ,
There Is speculation that May 2.Former. Comfortable chair pad to fit most high back rockers, cushioned with 73" long K 25" wide
Lodge wants to know more Vice President Richard You would expect to pay much more for this quality value! A beau-
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before making any public com Gov. filled with soft comfortable shredded Urethane foam. Reversible -
mitment. word they did not choose to be deep and 18" wide. Gold, rust combinations ,
Johnson to described as satisfied Judged by the Texas opinion solid green to gay floral print .' complete with flap
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday March I%, II

Rules Set _

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Jr. College SiteBARTOW STOCK MARKET FLASHES


School board tion officials unanimously recommended -
members will be allotted 20 the golf course as I 1-
NEW YORK APHThe stock Ford at 57 Ward Sears Roebuck and Pan
mlnutei each for questioning the site for the college. ( dropped / on ,
of Dr. James Wattenbarger market opened mixed today 3,900 shares. Studebaker...'American World Airways Off
Next Thursday's meeting Is after reaching historic highs in unchanged at the start. GM a fraction was Du Pont
during a meeting let to I
up the result of a board requestto the last four sessions. lost trade. Dutch
discuss contents of a Tradingwas % on a 6,300-share Royal was unchangedat
survey meet with survey team fairly active. General Dynamics traded at 42% on UOO shares. Republic -
team .
report recommending :
Winter Haven's members before taking actionon Most price changes were 29, unchanged, on an opening Steel opened at 43%. unchanged -
golf course as the report. The time and small In first dealings. block of 3,000.Lockheed on 2500. Texaco also
.
the site
for Polk
Junior permanent College. place of the meeting was left **.. __ _. .. GE which has been active fell back % at 38 was unchanged at 75 on 4000.

to Wattenbirger and strong all week, gained % on 7,900. shares.Fractional Yeaterday the Associated

Representatives of various Approval by a state survey ,' ________ at 90% on a 5,700 share opening gains were scored Press average of 60 stocks rose
Polk County communities also team is needed before a site block. by Goodyear Montgomery 16 at a record 3012.
will have a chance to ask will be eligible for state funds -
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questions should they have for construction on that particular p.a.___ : 1 I BLUE CHIPS IAsor
any after the board members site. -

hive asked their questions. ; ., .
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Fees Set ; .
During its meeting yesterday % jo 41tCC) \
the board set up the following The board may reject the f X?|) TALKED tff INTO ]

three steps for the meet. report and ask for a resurveyof iiYiG, SAR1U1'i'..
log scheduled for 2 p.m. next all sites offered for permanent -
Thursday In the board meet location of the college _

ing room: which will open next September -

Speakers To Be Named In temporary quarters at RESIDENTIAL DRIVI UNDERWAY W."' ...'. Division, Northw.it Am Chairman, Mrs. LOI"

1-A maximum of 20 minutes the Bartow Air Base. lAn, third from kit, aVuim nildtnHd. nllcltaHtR. with Milo Make, Piano, Art Captain end :1

will be alloted each Also yesterday the board arhar mambo .( ", tnm af vertices, who am Seated (laH I* rlflit) M... L C. Half M... Draw

school board member by district set tuition prices for students H",ekM, sad Mr*. Robert Wllferd.' Standliif' ta Hia rllht af M... Siki are M... W. S. Camera anMn. .

numbers, to ask questions. attending the the hiring college of and two approved Wi..... larakarl.Haines ....--...- ,.,."..-..? '-11

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teachers Will Seller as
2-A 10-minute( recess then science division chairman and Fund
United
from will be the held various so that cities groups may Harold E. Wallace as biology Eyes Utility LATE STOCKS *

professor.The .
elect one representative to employment of Selnerwsu CollectionsAt \ I
ask their The Investor
questions.3Each Daily
announced last week and Tax For
city representative no blographlcallnform.tion on Projects '
then will be allotted eight Wallace was immediately $141,000 QutraHtni, 1,,,|| .'I,
minutes to ask questions his available. By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Q. My father died on April
particular group may have. HAINES CITY'-The first or City Manager Rickards said A Jump in campaign receipts It seems to me that too 13: 1962. I Inherited some stock
The cities will be called In Polk County students who several meetings to discuss public that the present location of the by more than 10 percent many people buy stocks for from him I sold the stock la

alphabetical order. take a full load of 12 semester Improvements in Haines City city building Ideal because it brings the United Fundof AMERICAN "growth"-Increase In value, I May 198S. My father bad purchased -
The board also voted to request hours or more at the collegewill was held by the mayor's committee Greater Lakeland to 61 percent STOCK EXCHANGEAm am sure that many other people the stock many yean
all papers In the countyto be charged $69 per semester last night. la convenient to all the people.A of its $231,000 goal, .c- Elec ................. 1% want Income from their Invest ago. When I report this on my

print the survey team report plus a $10 activity fee. The committee appointed by new city hall In Haines City cording to Campaign Chairman James Eng .............. 23% ments. You have written that 1 Federal Income tax return for

in its entirity in an effort Florida residents who live Mayor Buford Knowles is seeing would cost about $250,000. A new Jerard A. Kent. Jersey Corp ............. i 6% "stockholders (the owners af 1963 will this be a long-term
outside Polk County will be Falcon Sea Dr .......... 12% I
of the the ) short-term
to answer some naturally expect
questions such for the fire additional company capital gain or a
home departmentwould The funds
improvements as a new reported -
charged $80 per semester Guard Chem ...,.,...... NA
surrounding its contents and have ?
plus the activity fee and out- city building police and fire department cost $65,000 and a water to Fund headquarter Gulf Am ................. 53,4 of the every right to receive capital gain

Report Criticized of-state residents must pay headquarters and anew treatment plant would run about since Monday brings the dol. Gulf Sulphur ............. 6%) some In the form company's of profits A. It will be a long-term capital

The report, which was released IllS per semester plus the activity water treatment plant. $300,000 according to the com lar total to more than $141,. Cratter .................. I 8r mend." dividend pay gain because your holding
000. This leaves be than six
Feb. 19, rejected five fee.School The committee is composed of $90.000 to Lucky Friday........... 31 I couldn't with period was more
mittee. raised In the week agree you In the of Inherited
remain months. caso
other sites offered as permanent Superintendent Shelley City Commissioners Andre Redwing Carrier .......,. 10% more. But I wish I could
get
if the is be
locations for the college. S. Boone. who forwardedthe Reilly chairman, and Ralph cessful campaign In its to auc- Stephan Co. ............, 8% this point across to some of the stock the holding of period"decedent's begins

The report on a tour by Dr. suggested tuitions from Stalnaker and City Manager Joseph March 19 meeting goal by Syntex ..........,.,...... 80!% brokers I have contacted They on the father's date "the death.

Wattenbarger, head of the Division the junior college advisory Rickards, They me with, Governor Fund officials, a day as designatedby "achieve-- Tampa Elec ,............. 26% almost always talk "growth, (your )

of Junior Colleges for committee said these rates the commission last night to discuss ment day." Textron Inc .............. 4%) growth" What I really would Your capital gain of course
the State Department of Education compare with other junior the improvements and possible Will SpeakIn like to get Is a list of high was the difference between the
;
That day Thursday of next OVER-THE-COUNTER value put on the stock for estate
of the $1 oslO-
and seven other educa college tuition fees. ways raising quality stocks, which have paid
week is the target date for tax and the higher
purposes
MUTUAL FUNDS
lion to pay for the project.
dividends for Is
1( 1( 1( 1( W. Haven completion of the monthlongdrive Affiliated Fund ......... 1.58 many years. price you received when you
Tax there such list available?
i Utility Eyed that began officially on Allco .................... 7.1)1) any
A. Certainly Frankly, it's surjrislng sold.Usually
Lake Wales Band Plans Although no certain financing WINTER HAVEN-Gov. Farrls Feb. 18. Am Express ............. 38% that at least "some or the value of the stock
Ii plan has been decided upon the Bryant will be the speaker Increase Sought Auto Merch .............. 1% the: brokers" you mention didn't for estate tax purposes is the
committee feels that the utilitytax hase Man Bank ........ 69% market price of the stock on the
at the Florida Citrus Exposition Kent said that provide you with a list of that
Trip To World's FairBARTOW may be the best source. 12:30 o'clock. everything Eckerd's Drug .......... NA Most firms have date of the decedent's death.
tomorrow at : Bryant done be type. brokerage
possible was being to
"A certificate issue does not will the Governor'sCitrus Fidelity Fund ........... 17.36 But even if a different methodof
speak at
put
and he called togetherp-
successful on Fla. Gas ................. I1'4 ; estate tax valuation were
but bond
Lakeland High er, who replaces the late John require public vote a Luncheon at Nora Mayo all volunteers, firms, organ lists of growth
Fla. Pub. Utll ............ 25 used, the holding period runs
issue does Reilly stated. "Our .
School's Band will not be the Calvin of Winter Haven. The Hall. nations and Individual stocks, income
contributors
Fla. Steel............... 9% Eb from the date of the decedent'sdeath.
only band In the county board also adopted a resolution next meeting will be with the la with their stocks, etc. r- "
goIng The luncheon sponsored by to help '1
Fla. Tel ................. 28% .
to national event during of for the fam. auditor and our fiscal agent who You must
sympathy
a efforts make this drive
Florida Citrus Mutual and Florida own to
Fla. Tile ................. 11 ,,
the immediate future. of Calvin who died last will help us determine if the realize that it's
ily Citrus Exposition and admittance a successful one
Founders Life ........... 7%
Yesterday, the school board Friday. revenue certificate can be otained. Is by invitation only. Kent out that the not possible to .."- Q. I am so burned with
pointed up
Gulf Life ................. 57% ..
paved the way for a trip by Dan B. Cooper ConstructionCo. The governor is scheduled to drive fell short of the goal last Incorp Invest ............ 7.53 completely separate the stumbling fumbling and
the Lake Wales Highlandersto of Winter Haven submitted During the discussion last speak about the citrus Industry year and that an Increase of i Inter County Tel & Tel .. 53 growth bumbling of, the brokerage firm
visit- the pew York World' the apparently low bid of night. Commissioner Willis but is also expected to take in 12 per cent, or $29,000 was Jackson Mln Mart ...... I 8% and income. Remember _ with which I have been doing

Fair in the spring of 1965.ScbodSuperlntendent $39,590 for the 8.786-squartv Combee said that he thought Farming dairying and the cattle being sought this year to meet Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17% that business that I am seriously

Shel- foot central warehouse at the that the city police and fire department -' Industry as tomorrow is Agriculture the minimum needs of 11 Nationwide ..;............ 15% earning (profits_ _ considering withholding paymenton
ley S. Boone said the band school bus garage ails should be in a bulking Day at the Exposition member community service A. H. Robin ............ 41% of the company) DOYLE the next purchase of stockI :

has requested approval of the Bids Filed separate from the city haU. He Is also expected to tour the agencies.The Taylor Inst .............. 49 are the true make through that firm and
trip at this early date because A low bid of $29.903 was Appraisal Suggested Citrus Exposition building where Fund today released the T.V. Elec Fund .,........ 8.16 measure of a stock's growth Asa I take my future business around
a "trip of this magnitude is submitted by Everett White-- Commissioner Cecil Chapman the industry and the 4-H and names of additional aware Trans Gas Pipe Line... 21'Va company's earnings increase, the corner to another brokeragefirm.

expensive" and the band head of Winter Haven for said it may be advisable to havean Future Farmers of America winning firms and organiza Travelers ................ 48% it can pay higher dividends to Has anybody ever tried

members need the time to construction of the two raise funds for the trip. The room addition to Frostproof value of the present build- I The midway and exhibits) will Excellence MetropolitanLife Universal Foods ......... .33 Many many companies have A. You can be sure that many
board gave "tentative" approval Elementary School. ing and that It probably could open at 10 o'clock tomorrow Insurance and Linder Industrial excellent long-term dividend people have. How many have
to the trip. The board voted to file be sold if a new building is constructed morning. The exhibits close at Machinery. records. The best "list" for your done It successfully is a moot

Band Among Best both bid for a report at the elsewhere. 10 o'clock at night and the midway Fair Sharer-Maas Bros.Crosby's NEW YORK STOCK purposes that I know of is a0page question This column does not
next board meeting and final at midnight. Another fireworks EXCHANGE booklet called "Cash give out legal advice. But if
Boone said the band long plans for the remodeling of display is scheduled al Dividends Every Three Months, you do try it, you had better
regarded as one of Florida's Lakeland Junior High School Andrews Lake Silver at 9:30 o'clock. ; Wife Latest Close 1I..m.Price Up to 99 Years." have lawyers handy. Surely you

best marching groups will cafeteria were approved. The Exposition will close Saturday You can obtain a free copy know that when you place an

play In various cities along At the recommendation of Becomes night. The highlight ol'Finishes ExamLONG Air Reduction 56'56% by writing to Department D, order to buy stock you have
the way to New York. The Architect Gordon Dirkes, the the night will be the Florida Aldens 29% f'IS New York Stock Exchange 11 made a contract.

trip is planned for AprU or board set April S as the data Club Ball at 9 o'clock at Nora Allegheny Ludlum 41 4i'4 Wall Street. New York S, N. Y. Anyway It'. doubtful that

May of next year. for opening of bids on the Judge TodayCharles Mayo Hall. BEACH, Calif. (AP- Allied Chem 55% 55t.!. The booklet shows the names. another brokerage firm would

Also yesterday the board project scheduled to be ready Actress Kathryn Grant, wife of Allied Stores 82 810/s recent prices, dividend recorda accept your business under the

appointed a new school trustee next September. 0. Andrews Jr.. 53, Irv Olin, Brandels University crooner Bing Crosby, flew today Am Bosch 1414 141,4 and yields of 467 common stocks Ircumstances. If you're as unhappy -

opened bids on two school The board also voted to of Orlando, will become a basketball coach from Levit- to La Paz Mexico where Am Cyanamid 82% 82%,listed on that exchange which as you indicate, why don't
final Pa. had she'll vacation with her family Prd 'have cash dividends for at just make the switch-with-
projects and approved m ake provisions In next judge of the Second District town never a losing Am Home 83Ya 83t.. paid you
plans for another project. year's budget for establish Court of Appeal here this afternoon season In nine years as a high while awaiting results of examinations Am Hospital 2424'/ east 20 years. out any hanky-panky?
Is school coach. for her nursing license. Mach & 17% NS
The new trustee Hugh ment of a communications when he Is given the Am Frdy
Alexander Lake Wales bank. system and construction of oath of office at 2:30: o'clock. Am Metal Prd 18'% 18% Latest Latest 11 a.m.

an area office and warehouse Gov. Fans Bryant will attend Am Motor 18% 16% Close lIa.m'l Close Price
Burt To Seek
Dev 22'NS
George Am Res *
facility in the Short the Installation ceremonies -
HousewifeFrom
Acres area of Lakeland. for Andrews, who will Am Seating 36 NS Greyhound 52t.!. 521/s R.I. Reynolds 39% 39*

Boone said the communications replace Judge A. 0. Kanner County Commission SeatGeorge Am Tobacco 29% 28% Grumman 42% 42% Reynolds Met 40'Va 40r
Haven system will Include two- who retired Feb. 15 after near- Am Tel Tel 140Ya 140% IBM 575',4 580 Rhod Sel Trust 8Ya 11%

way radios In the cars of ly 40 years of public service. R. Burt, Lakeland Investment velopment; full awareness of the rub Ser 333/i 1514 337/15', tnt Harvester 871,4 871,4IMC R.C. Cola 48 47Y
8Int % Safeway Stores 1\9% 59'Scott /
board members end certain Chief Justice 8Y
E. Harrli
Arrested and real estate broker, existing conditions In the PolkI
Armco Steel 75% 154Atch. \
Mln 1 Chem 88 88Int 377/i 373iSeaboard
% Paper
school board vehicles with a Drew of the Florida Supreme
announced today that he wil I County hospital; Improved public 28l29% ;
central station in the school top Paper 32 324.Int Air R 48 4814
Court will Issue the oath
to be a candidate for election t A young Winter Haven housewife board office He estimatedthe Andrews, who held the post of the County Commission, Distrlc t between Industry, the citrus and Auto Can 13'Vs 13'Va Tel Tel 115'% 551,4 Sears 106'1 lOOY I
Jones "L.ughlln 73% NS Shattuck 15% 101%
today was to have faced cost of the project at State Milk Commission chairman 1. in the Democratic primal cattle Interests and the urban Avco 23% 23%
charges of contributing to the about $10,000.Appr.ilen for more than two years Kelsey Hayes 39'%" NS I Sinclair Oil 45 45
on May 5. areas; county zoning: a com- Beneficial 57ft NS
of minor Kimberly Clark 6134 81% Socony 7134 781,4
child
dependency a were appointedfor Andrews sat on the Winter
Burt has been active In civic: plete review of the county road Beth Steel 38it 36r
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following her arrest by Lakeland a proposed land swap in Park City Commission In Kerr-McGee 38% 36'1s' S.C Elec Ou 118Ya NS
the 30
30
building develop-
affairs in Polk County having: program; Blaw-Knox
police detectives yester Lake Alfred. The city of 1946-47. was a member of the served as president of the Lakeland -. ment of new recreational area Borl-W.mer 461% 46% Korvette 351,4 34'VaI Southern 5434 NS
Lake Alfred has offered to Florida House during two sessions ., 10\4\ I Le.r.Siegler 14% I4YaLlggette Sperry Rand 17017%
is the accommodate the ever Brunswick 101,4
day.Detectives Jaycees and pre.l.dent to expanding -
J. R. Carter and 75 75 31% 31Ya
trade the board property adJoining and was chairman of the and tourist 47 471uBurroughs "MYerl % Spiegel
W. R. Sangster Identifed her the Fruitland Park State Welfare Board from of the Lakeland Presidents i population Burlington 24'1. 241% Litton Inds 68',4 68% Std Oil Cal 8034 80Ya
a* Rosemary Green 17, of Elementary School site for 1953 to 1957. Round Table an organization influx into Polk County and generally 59t59% Lone Star aaa 22t.!. 22% !Std Oil Ind. 83t.! 83%
In Cat Tractor
Route 2. Winter Haven. other property owned by the Gov. Bryant who appointed composed of all major civic Improved efficiency Celanese 83 831,4 Loral Elec 8 '/ Std Oil N.J. 81% 82\4\
Detectives said they were groups In Lakeland. county government through P. Lorrillarel 44'Va 44y. Oil 30I30%
school board in the city. Andrews, said the Orlando Chemetron 25r 25% Sunray
called to a parking lot in frontof attorney was well qualified to He is a director of the Polk proven business principles.Burt Ches Ohio 69% 89'h Madison Fd 19y. 19.% TennGen&Trnns 20% 2014

J. M. Fields DepartmentStore Dave Sarette holds the Syra- fill the judicial post because of County Association for Retarded Is married and has two Chrysler 40% % Magn.vox 38% 38% Texaco 75 75

about 12:25: o'clock yes cuse University record for most his difficult responsibilities on Children and served on the children. He Is a graduate of Cm Gas A Elee 25k, :% Marquardt 11% NS Texas Gulf SuI 22% 224
terday afternoon by a woman touchdown passes thrown. He the milk commission and his board of governors for the Lakeland Belzoni High School and received -'Cities Ser e5'65, %" Martin Marietta 19 18'Va Tidewater 3814 383/i

who said there was a baby in connected for 15 scores In three nearly 30 yean of law prac Convention Bureau In 1963. his formal education at Del Coca Cola 128% 128',4 McCrory 121,4 121,4 Tractor Sup 20_ O_ .
the front seat of a car and her seasons between 1959 and 1961 tice. He was greater Lakeland's 1963 ta State College In Cleveland, : Pal 43 42% McKesson 45'45t\/ Union Bag NS 3911
Colgate
parents could not be found. Cancer Crusade chairman for if its. .Collins Rad 20',4 20\4\ Merck 1l7t4 Ill Union Oil 78378oi
Call Not Answered which he received a citation Minn. Howl 12314 122% 41
: 28V Union Pac % 4114
Columbia Gaa 28v.
When they arrived, the detectives '- Coral Snake Bite Case from the American Cancer So- Com Credit 39r' 39% MMM 87% 87% Union Tank 3634 36%
said the child six- ciety for distinguished service. Montg Ward 36% 36% United Fin 29% 29re
Con Edison 831,4Con
week-old Faith Ann Green Award Won :m Nat Biscuit 60 60Va
Brings Flurry Of Activity Foods 4S'/ United Fruit 21% 21y'
crying on the front seat of a Burt was voted one of Lake- Consumer Pwr 45% 45% Nat Can 16% 16% U.S. Indu 93/4 Ire
station wagon. The inside of land's five outstanding young Nat 67 NS
Cost Can 44 NS Dairy % U.S. Rubber 52Ya 52%
the car was very hot detectives :- WINTER HAVEN-The Win. about two hours after he arrived men of 1963 and was presented Cost Oil 851! !i611s' Nat Fuel 33 32'Va U.S. Steel 58I58%

said. ter Haven Hospital police department at the hospital. the Distinguished Service Award Ctrl Data 7$34 76'Ya' Nat Gypsen 47% 47% Upjohn 115% 55%
The woman who called police Florida Highway Best it was reported then for contributions to his community Corn Prda 87 67 Nat Tea 15\4\ NS ,Vendo 16% 18"
Mid she had tried to page the Patrol and Constable Leon went to the Winter Haven ;
Police state and nation. Nla-Mohawk 54114 5011sOkla 26
Crown Cork 28% 28CurtllaWrlght % Warner-Lambert 26t.!. %
mother, but no one answered Thornton all became Involved Department and asked for Burt. a 32nd Degree Mason 18% 18% Gas "Elee: 28% NS W. Air Brake 33i%) 33'4
the call. Carter went inside yesterday afternoon when an help In locating: the snake. and Shriner is a member of Den&Ri0RR 20% 21 Outboard Marine 16Va 16% Westinghouse 35% 35'4

the store and paged the father. Eagle Lake man told hospital Constable Lean Thornton was Lakeland Lodge 91, Lakeland' DeSotoChetn 21% 21% Pac Gas Elee: 31% 31% Wino Dixie 303/4 30%
The father arrived in a short officials here that he had been called to Investigate.His Scottish Rite Club and Lakeland' 53 Pan Am Sulphur 25'1. 2SI,4P.rke
mother was found Dr Pepper 531)1) % Woolworth 76 76%
time inside and the the store at 12;53 bitten by a coral snaka. investigation revealed Shrine Club. He Is a memberof Dresser Inda 27 27 Davis 31r. 31% Xerox 87% 88

o'clock. The parents said they First reports of the incident Thornton stated, that Best apparently the First Methodist Church DuPont 262% 26114 Penney, J.C 49 49 Zenith Rad IS% 8:1:

had arrived at the parking lot came from the Winter Haven had not been bitten of Lakeland and the Inquirers Eastman Kodac 1277128% Pepsi Cola IIO% 501,4 Occident Pet. 28% 28%
11:30 o'clock yesterday Hospital where Henry Best by a coral snake yesterday aft Sunday School Class Gamble Skgmo 33Va NS Pfizer 47'A.' 48
at walked in and reported he had ernoon. Marks similar to This[ Commission candidate Ga Pac 62% 58% Plmila Elec 33% NS CAR SAID STOLEN
morning.
charged the woman just been bitten by the snake those made by a snake's fangs, said his qualifications and business Gen Elec 90% 90!% Phillip Morris 73\% 72%
with Sangster contributing to the dependency near his home. were noticed on the man's background will enable him Gen Foods 90% 89% Phillips Pet 48% 48'Phelpha % AUBURNDALE Clayton H.

of a minor child. More Serum Sought arm, but Thornton said they to be a commissioner that can Gen Inst 12% 12% Dodge 68% 66!% Spivey, owner of the Ariana Hotel
Mrs. Green posted bond yesterday were made about two days properly represent all of the citizens Gen Motors 84'S4'' / Piper Air 411 NS reported to police this morn-

but was to appear in Enough anti snake serum of Polk County. .1. Gen Tel t Elec 32% 32% Pit Plate Glass 63% 64 ng that his automobile was
court this afternoon. Maximum was on hand a hospital official ago.Due to lack of evidence that Some of the Issues of Import- Gen Time 11% 11% Proctor A Gamble 83'4 83y'Pub stolen from the hotel parking tot

sentence carried with the said, but the patrol was the man had been bitten by a .nce In this campaign he laid, Gen TireGillette 24 24'% Srv Elec & Gas 76% 79% last night.

charge is a $300 fine or a called to rush anti-coral snake coral snake yesterday, the Investigation include: coordination and cooperation 34'35 Pure Oil 44'/ 44'% The car, a 1954 Chevrolet four-

80-day Jail sentence or both serum here. The man was was dropped, among the cities ofthIa W.R. Grace 50150% ybestos Man NS 43% 'door sedan, has Florida license
police reported. treated but signed himself out Thornton said county on industrial da- GEORGE R. BURT Great A & P Tea 36% :J3Ya Rep Steel 43% 43%'plates

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i Surprise Affidavit Produced In Baker Case]



I WAffflNGTON iiP-A surprise members of the nine-member san row over winding up trxinvestigation I Walter Jenkins, one of John quest and the stereo set ..01Baker' V4' i
I affidavit Injected into the wanIng committee bad submitted a KM, by an affidavit: _'I top aides asked him In a request In a nwcm
Bobby Baker investigation of a number of additional 'witnesses Fen John J. Williams R-Del!.,. phone call if he had received his statement to the committee !
seemed unlikely today to deter whose testimony they turned over to the committee commission Jenkins said he had no knowledge
Democrat from ending the felt would be relevant The affidavit by local insurance "I stated I had" Reynolds of any arrangements t\ ,
! hearing despite I Republican "If the majority of the com agent Don B. Reynolds I said "He then Hated that which Reynolds purchased thi'
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protests mitten! In defiance of the rights was not made public by the. whatever I worked out with Mr, advertising time.
I
I After a lengthy meeting of of the minority, awls to impose ,committee, but copies! obtained Baker should be given to Mr. Baker Won't Answer
, Democratic members of the a gag upon us," Scott said' by newsmen quoted Reynolds\ Baker in cash and Mr. Baker Johnson has said he thoughtthe
Senate Rules Committee late 11 will, speaking personally, be W asking him last February would bring It In." free
stereo set was a gift
I yesterday Chairman B, Everett forced to carry the fight to the about a kickback on a commission White House Press Secretary Baxer, who was associated withReynolds'
Jordan, D-N.C., said he was Senate floor and the court of I'' on a $100,000 life Insurance Pierre Salinger said he had no insurance
trying to arrange for a show public opinion." ,policy Issued to President John- comment on thiu latest development -When called as a witness agcnr\Baker
down session of the committee The committee began It* investigation ion In the Baker probe Invoked the Fifth Amendment .
tomorrow. In October after Reynolds said Bilker called In testimony last January, protection against possible!
Jordan, told newsmen calling'Baker quit as secretary to the him and said Johnson\ then Reynolds told the committeethat aelf- Incrimination and refused!
any more witnesses in the invtstlgation senate's Democrats. He had vice president "desired to know after selling Johnson an Insurance to answer questions
would be "just like amassed a fortune In the $19,- the amount of rebate, OK kick policy he bought $1,208 I vJ .
Scott said In his statement
playing the same record BVl'r''600.a,year post, and the Senate back of commission, he would worth of advertising time on an
that he should
thought Reynolds
and over" charged the committee with de- receive from his lire Insurance Austin, Tex., television station t, .
be recalled a witness In the +
termining his outside business conversion of $100000 term to owned by the Johnson family as u
of his affidavit, dated .awl "
Lot Produced ventures while on the government 100000 permanent, retroactively -and later gave Johnson a $5S5 light c ;y;. 1 1I f'w
March 9 He also said that Mrs. '
Almost simultancmish sen payroll constituted a conflict -,II to date of issuance of term" stereo 'el.Reynold'.
Hugh Scott R,Pa., Issued! a I of interest I, In addition Reynolds said thatin said he bought the Irene Clements, operator service of in a : M dfx <.)
Aatement. laying the threeiOP Fuel was added to the parti' April or earlv May of 1963-, -television- --time-at Jenkins. re- suburban telephone answering Silver Spring, Md., "" : ; 1
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I i He noted that Williams also d : o :1

EXCLUSIVE MELMAC@ OFFERby 'had. an turned affidavit over from to the Mrs.committee Clements .- ..>. .
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saying she had receiveda '" '.J 'JF'
Miramar call for Reynolds from per 1.'r da :," J
himself, Jenkins \
son identifying1 as
4pe. PLACE SETTING With Coupon about the time referred to r

F R E E $7.50.From This Ad And Grocery Order of F R E E by affidavit list the of proposed insurance The affidavits witnesses agent and In submitted the his- .;


by the Republican senators x
BREGLER'S SUPREX on the committee were d r
discussed by the Democratic /3
1349 S. Florida Ate. members at their meeting In .
Jordan' office, s s
Beautiful exclusive pattern el Genuine Malaise 9 tr ,
L P. McLendon, the commit '
g a Ali igp '
by Mlramar el California. _ -' tee's special counsel said after I 7s
Additional Place Settings '. IRt. M rim aNnne rfl with OroonCIMIM ) ward any' further evidence the I'i .oz
Available at $1.19 each Irr.h.y .1 eyse committee might obtain from ....
i limit Om tn W... With $S 00 Gractrf 0..r. ; 1111:1:11: %c* calling additional witnesses I {
COMPANION PIECES AVAILABLE AS FOLLOWS ky Miramar would be "cumulative and repe- NO JOKI FOR HOKI Hok. the ......, sent sally ride e bicycle but h.'. ...Iouc about Hit
I Soup and Cereal' Bowls .69 ea OfKH GOOD AT In Atlanta. HI. Richard
titive what thins avail to the pipe, ec .U"" the traffic e'na IIW""
Vegetable Bowls . . t.9 ea BREGLIR'S SUPREX, 1349 S. Florida Ave. I Brawn, tays Hoka will sir .1...... anywhere da's put and trays thara until told to move. lu ha's
Platters . 2.25 eo TK, OMM MW tar 1,.. feur .,*tt flMtt Mttlna ol wnuliunw George Siypula I Michigan not_ to. tmort, layi frown. "I boat him ewe gantai _out of three ,In ch........" (AP Wiraphate).
Creamers .79 ea; Mr > >>m with, armrr ur<*HM 'M r
.w. awe w..n n mt on. /.r cu.tep.r/ State'drat and only gymnastics
Sugar and Lid 99 ea. coach won the National AAU THE KIND OF MANYou'd
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I Strictly California 2-Man Primary Race pgkaIthEE NOW I




The SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)- the Lodge victory, are planning atI
California primary June 2: intensive effort in this ke FACTORY-AUTHORIZED
will be a two-man contest be- state.
tween the big losers In New .
Rockefeller flew Into Sacramento
Hampshire-Sen. Barry Gold- the California
capital,
water .and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller conceding Wednesday victory within to hours Lodge.after He I


winner bassador If* too In Henry New late Hampshire for Cabot the Lodge surprise, Am-, or will morning.Goldwater be here through Saturday ANN I UAL 1 SALE I e. i iIJ


anyone else to enter this state's Arrives Friday s

primary In search of Its giant Goldwater will come to California
bloc of 86 votes Friday from his home In TY and APPLIANCES

No Write-ins Allowed Phoenix, Aria He has announced -
I he will be "busy .U The chance ...
Write-in votes, which gave,week" campaigning.As BUY FREE '
Lodge his victory In New Hampshire Rockefeller began his California of a lifetime!

are not allowed. swing he continued to interpret

So the California .. NOW! f
primary will Lodge's victory a* a IJ- smartly ee
provide the clear-cut test that tribute to a New England nativeson. SAVE t
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had been anticipated originally ONLY \ styled t
In New Hampshire-between In Phoenix, where he arrived mobil

conservative and liberal Republicanism by Jetliner Just before midnight, 3 ONCE-A-YEAR! ;
as represented Goldwater told t hI I
by a group of homeowner a t a e, I

Goldwater and Rockefeller, re- who net him that ,. ... .. .
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spectively.Both Lodge will not be a threat In DAYS TV, PHONO, RADIO .... --. '
candidates, who saw the GOP presidential race unless 23"GIANT
months of hard campaigning In he comes home from VietNam LEFT!
New Hampshire wiped out by to campaign. 23" -STEREO THEATRE 330 "T : .
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Wallace To Begin Drive Console in Walnut t The COllt.mporery-Adro.Sonlo Stereo Theatre model |.MV3t7 truly_an TV.: 'g'""r-"c .t."i; *, m*'*

I exceptional Magnavox Annual Sale ValueThrill! to spectacular Aitro-Sonie Sport Saving --., '

For Wisconsin ANNUAL sound, fully automatic 330 sq. In, TV with Chromatic optical filter plus Stereo Compact Model adds beauty onywhertl.
Primary FM, Monaural FM ai well at highly selective
$ AM Radio-all.I from ono beauifufurniture i AMAZING FANTASTIC
MIL W AUK E E II! Gov. campaign for the atate'i 46 SALE 1 pi.c.. 21" H, 56" W, 17" D. In elegant LOW PRICK .$49850
George C. Wallace of Alabama votes at the Democratic National 9WII Walnut finish Low Price i I! $19 880
plan to begin his campaign for Convention last week by LowPrice.
Wisconsin's presidential primary filing a data of delegate cand. .. NO MONEY DOWN and EASY TERMS TV with table
election next week, aide laid date .
an Mod.! I-MV140 wth full-trinifprmw ,.w..."
last night. Four of the governor' aide shunts and ." *..1 ipiikir. All pare and tubes li.S.; .... ipticilly lilt..... ilO .". ,In. Full hams
Wallace announced plans to' met last night with Milwaukee fuarantiid I ysar. 26'/." H, II' W, .U" 0. f.....' aawirid basis; U nor .........bl.. All

area member of the Wallace tubn and pirti uarinliid I V.ar I' .val ipi.k-
Jax Board slate for what a spokesman NO MONEY DOWN : en, til.icoplnt I .nlinni, iclulllo.l i wad tin forbittir
'said wan "an exchange oideas uund ....til.1 walnut ((nick.I .
." 1IIr:

Plans Large Cecil Jackson the governor
legal advisor said the meeting
Bond Issue was told that Wallace anticipates BUY "
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coming to Wisconsin .,thI
sometime next week. Jackson
JACKSONVILLE ui With said there were "no concrete I NOW
assurance from financial advisers plans at this time," but the trip .z
that a favorable interest would be one of several Wallace
rate Is likely, the Jacksonville would make before the Wisconsin .
Expressway Authority prepared primary April 7.
today to open bids on a bond Issue '
Asked To
Speak
to 'refinance and extend
the system of limited access Jackson said Wallace had received
toads through the city. IAn several Invitations to
issue of $135 million wa speak In the state. PICTURE '

offered. About half the money Also representing W a 11! ace SCREEN t" +
will pay off $68,583,000 due on a were Earl Morgan, the gover 24" Beauty
1957 bond issue which carried nor's executive secretary; Sey.;
a 4.205 per Cent Interest rate. more Trammell, Alabama fInance DRAMATIC PROOF! '}; ;

New Bridge Planned I director and John Pern
LOWEST
berton, secretary of the Alabama BEST 807080 .. SOPQ80
The remaining $68 million; House of Representative
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will bridge finance over the a new St John high Riverat level Jackson said the meeting was Cost less! Sale Price *..uUTn
the first opportunity to confer
Point the
Commodore near
Gator Bowl and a remouldin with the member of the Wallace Th* Am.ris.c! Mtdirn mil1.! i MV40I with 400 14.In. .
slate. He said the conference Chrimitii i of Atlantic Boulevard from was attended by some 50 with Geld S..I Warranty. o.ah.dve Vidwmitll .vil l lp..k.r. II" H, 11" W, ,," D. In wiliwtfinnh.
Jacksonville to the beaches *,.,.11.. theft fully lutomitic, plus I' *.il .
persons, including 20 delegate Yea rust i tTYREE'S It t. b.ll.v* KlDON'T
Naval Station. ,,,. ,. ..
and Mayport candidates. .k. In lo.ily walnut fn! h. _
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In addition to these two major -
,
?construction project, the authority establish Jackson a said full Wallace tint headquarter plan to L EASY TERMS i
plan SU million worth
In Wisconsin to direct the
of work on street and roads .
which feed Into the campaign.In !
expressway SPECIAL I
the primary, Wallace Is
system. opposing Gov. John W. Reynolds
The first city express highway '
head of a favorite con -
system In Florida, Jackson delegate slat pledged to President '
YOUR"Personal"
ville's existing layout was Johnson. PORTABLE
started 14 year ago and now .

Includes major nonh-south. and 1 .t BIG 16" SCREEN

east-west It connects routes.into Interstate 10 Bronson
At an almost tin JK
west of the city which 1 i. completed 'f 80 / i I I'i

to Lake City, and into Seeking believable Price!
I Interstate 85 which i I. about to JjIIMAIKAIlg

go under construction south of ,..'OIMANCIII. TTl
Jacksonville and is In the plan- Re-Election t I I.r
I.. l It i 4. ,In. P'otu'i' alirlty! ."" II.bility
ning stage toward Georgia on .n from d.itint. ". .. -williu. ......
the North. Richard A. Bronson has slim and .. (. w
-- announced ,, S* wndwhlly a .y ; A
Although the expressway began that he will seek reelection arty, to*. Cimplit with tiliicipint di.poll/ .-
under the administrationof to the office of county ..1.....
Fuller Warren Florida's judge of Polk County.He The Suburbimti Medal I MVI04 "'
from 1949 to 1953, it BIG 23"
governor wa appointed to the officein
I died for lack of money with September of 1961 upon the NO MONEY DOWN! 3-WAY
the aix-lane Myrtle Street Overpass retirement of Judge C. M. Wig
hanging useless In the gins, and subsequently was MISS THIS!

air-unconnected to any streetor elected In November of 1962. HURRY! SAVE NOW!
road on the north end. This office In Polk County encompasses Silver Seat Automatic! CONSOLE THEATRESensational
Then the expressway author the duties of the ONLY 3 DAYS! WHY WAIT?
ity was created as a state county court a court of civil FACTORY
agency and it has kept construction trial jurisdiction; and the county
moving steadily forward !udge's court. a court Including SALE sooft80 $A0080
through two refinancings jurisdiction over estates of decedents -
Tolls-li cents for a passenger guardianships mentaRICHARD PRICE! Savings!!
truck.nfour
car and more for

bridges are earmarked to Medal 2 MV344. Fully automat! 210 14 t*. TV "iyd yr Reduced
payoff the bond Issue. with Sitar Snl Warranty, bee t .r.l! ip..li.r. \ to .
The Mathews bridge over the 10' H, U' W, (I'D, I* walnut i .inih. A* \a b, '
St. Johns river connecting east mislnt luyl' YOU GET EVERYTHING
Jacksonville Arlington, the War-
ren Bridge over the St Johns NO MONEY DOWN
between South Jacksonville and :X Fully Aiiiomitl* IM N tm. fie
Riverside and the Trout River 23" TVAMFM cram TV H I I.a .n krimi too.pu.
plim.wlona
tae ,111.go or
Bridge on the north near Ime- .
Dliunci. 1&0 Drift. Nolw.Tn
son Airport are already contributing COMPLETE HOMI INTIR CENTER RADIO Ttl plui MMIIn AM Hull
'w'0
steadily Increasing re-- TAINMINT ,.lIulo.. Mleronitli PUriy III!
STEREO your tMOrdi lul s Illttlni. 10
nnue. Point You'll thrill to the rr DUmond lrlui Wirrulr.
The Commodores
Bridge, which will be a main breathtaking beauty of
link between downtown and the I IMPORTANT

will southeastern be the fourth section toll of facility.the city, N taA O"LY. '''OIO..T'C MAONAVOx! .rf.n .11 sf.the.Mua.e.. .......11'..1....r.1&......&.1.

s a g n CO L 0 R TV 2 6 5 F Yield n-Eras feu..{ Nit..Ioc&.,.,tri,..TVProar.M,..m.'di.r .llIlro.II.II-.or'mil. nlihl Mrolutlen.n........ trll'.ld..UIO."...'..elltur..dlwtm.nN .

Halts pled ale PICTUDI nn. Yarn.-.61en ]JO li ur utoni.tn /upktuM
Army -TV iwlc. n bn M le" r..n. plvi you must
Mere mloem.nlAN71. ter enle Nnnla d.e
STEREO "HI H" PHONOGRAPH 10 Yr. Diamond Stylus GUARANTEE! *WAR.R Uiim lllvir vil (.irrintyl to tin Mr
Cussing In 1.Yf .n.lO NEONLat.fY pNON00RApMNn/''' cluilv' ......ti.R.eOrd Fla r., with IDs y a1 Dlamind Srylut ..,..I._ IM .full luirintil easy in iirvtci piru mat lubn ill Mlinivn pirti fold. iril lor
...... .. .. .... ... flail ,.. plalYr.IluM ., ,. NowYM. .
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A. BRONSONand _.....w.. TY _-M/Iw._ w ww lNMM W .... .......MW.-aw I innhii diiiarnikl' ....,d and stylus w..rl| rrdi .an lait Ur a lifitimil ... .u....r..plui.. M.J yur Aarn--aria solid ..."...U............. tor S
Mess Halls physical incompetent It sow/ III ITI :t."nltw.atp &I.... lenso tbeR ....d... IadUlI" .w6

hal limited criminal jurisdiction SUPERB FM/AM RADIO HIAI ITI *"7Q5

Ga. AP If ,..... ......, ._ ,.. ,
COLUMBUS ( ) and administrative functions. 555 5 PM/AM RA"1It ease 11. MICHOMATIC MCOHO PLAYER year da.u l L.t
the Army wants to know how it Among other things Judge ::;, "- assort PM/ and -..,...... .M -'-"'". NOW, all for ONLY e e lifitlm" ........ thir li n. diKirnibl ....,.. .r
can cut down on cussing In the ronson, who Is president of the ttylu wur with the sow mlcnmitl pli/ir, the mimmind .
mess halls, the 1st Brigade of Mental Health Clinic stated that stylus li '.....1.... far 10 yuri.A .
Sh M Mility ipiilin I I.e lu4i two 10" bus
the 2nd Infantry Division has:'great steps have been initiated 13:30-5:30 SHOP ....,.... Sliding tip pails give! "wilt *.n.innnt STIIIO HIGH FIDELITY t,.. st.....high ftdility., Only
found a way-put the chaplain toward solving the County'sgrowing coil I* ri..rd pllyir and all .*ntrl. Mi4ni*.> hn *n advincid .....IIClI ,vII...' tloet
on KP duty. problem of the mentally FRIDAY. prointi ...... fr.,, sides n will n ....i... f,....
The chaplain Capt. Dole R. ill, and he gave credit to I :30-9:00 r.M. All prk. 'H'.UH' il|'I hlly kl It hf.. Rifiictmij "oasis from your walls |lust n I III ...c...
Jernigan of Oklahoma City, the cooperation his court baa hall, t. ...... .".ct..I., itiri ifiot.
Okla., was challenged by the 1st received from the Board of .
Brigade cooks when he chided County Commissioners a* well
them for their language. I al other county and state agencies HOME'APPLIANCE
.If the cooks couldn't go a and the interest and support LAKELAND
week without cussing they each of civic and fraternal organizations .
$2 to the chap-, throughout the
would contribute ; coun- '
lain's fund. If they could, Jer-''ty S : 228 S. FLORIDA AVE Finest Service Anywhere
nigan would go on KP. I A graduate of Duke Unlverty -
Half a dozen purple.faced and the University of Florida
cooks groped for words to express -'' College of Law, Judge
themselves for seven ronson I Is a World War II vet-

day. On the eighth day Jerni-:ran. He, Mrs. Bronson and
gan pent the day elbow-deep in!their three children reside I la II
dishwater :Lakeland.
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SELF SERVICE SHOE I STORE I Rutledge -Warns Citrus, Industry Against


ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF I


EASTER SHOESFOR Panicking When New Synthetic Introduced"Although


I Florida Citrus threat to citrus my opinion, It Is far better than
Mutual Rutledge, executive vie presl drain on our advertising funds far greater pure
hm been the leader In warnIng dent of the grower organization This would only result In weak- consumption than other fruit anything that has come out of
THE ENTIRE FAMILYEVER against the dangers of com- "I have no doubt that General'ening our regular marketing ef- drinks and beverages He pointed a factory. We must tell our
I- petition from synthetic, orange Foods will stage a successful In fort In which we must make to a statement on the challenge story with force and sincerity,
OFFERED BY OUR STORE 'I" type drinks, I feel It Is Imperative reduction," he said "However, certain that the difference between of synthetics by Mutual utilizing the best marketing
\ to warn our industry at this beating back the threat of synthetic pure orange products and Executive Committee In August techniques and reaching farther -
30% 70% time not to panic when General, products Is a long-term synthetics Is clearly understoodby 1963, as one of the organita into the younger segment of
save to < \lLADIES' Foods' synthetic, orange type'battle, and any attempt to compete the public" tlon s many warnings that Flor-. the market.
product Awake Is Introducednext with the Introductory cam Rutledge pointed out that Mu- Ida growers faced difficult competition "If we do these things, It I.
month," said Robert W i I algn( would be an unproductive tual has considered synthetics a from the synthetics my firm belief that our nature-
DRESS | r made products will outpull the
little
ANDS QUEEN QUALITY "These synthetics cost .
BY TRIM.TRED explained man made products In the market
to make, Rutledge
Also Other Famous Name Brands "and even if they sell well un- place the and we will be ableto .
der the price of the pure product meet Important competition
.
BONES WHITE PATENTS from fruit drinks and
there Is still a big difference -
ALL HEEL HEIGHTS between manufacturingcost other beverages," Rutledge said

and cost to the consumer. Rutledge reemphasized that
'QD f That difference will pay for an no matter how spectacular the
kick-off campaign might be for
699 899 extensive advertising and marketing -
campaign and still leavea "Awake the citrus Industry
i handsome potential profit for must not deviate from I Its long.
," range plans "What we must
?t.. SOLD FOR 10.95 TO 1, h hItrrt the The manufacturer Citrus Mutual executivesaid do" he declared "is be positive

: 1695 A PAIR. he felt the combined advertismg that ."our long.term plans are
+ SIZES 4 TO 10 budget of the Industry
i: AAA TO B WIDTHS could combat the man.made
drinks. He added, "We are a Firm To
Buy
LADIES' AND TEENS' FAMOUS NAME BRAND people who like to up-grade our
standard of living. I cannot believe
I that a modest price dif- Marco IslandMIAMI
CANVAS CASUALS ference between real citrus
products and synthetic ones will
Ul The Herald said
be sufficient to drive customers Mackle Brothers, a Miami development .
0 Sfl 00
OR PAIRS
away from the natural productand
firm,
U L > o make them customers of was expectedto
purchase today Marco Island
the synthetic substitutes provided -
Collier County Gulf of Mexico
a
MADI IT FAMOUS the people know the true'
tract considered one of Florida
U.f. CANVAS MFR.
differences between them.
PAIR
I finest undeveloped areas.
.
Many Appeals Comment was declined by the
"We must remember" Rut- company and by the Islands
SIZES 4'. It ledge continued, "that right now' owners, the Collier Development
IIIPONSOXFORDS we have citrus In many different Co, the newspaper said
forms to appeal to different Marco Island, rich in seashells
e e ROM ..ft"lu.nl THI RIAL THING Robert W. RuM.d/ ,., ...euI.. vice .,..1..nt .'.Fl."". Citrus Mtihut. tastes and for many many dif- and bird life, contains six
SOLES OUR UNCONDITIONAL leeks *v., putt rierU. citrus product with cotiHd.nc./ they will hold th.lr ewe I. Hit b.rtli ferent uses. Certainly we must miles of beach, a stand of tim
e ALL NIW SPRING S N.M WIDTHS Slightlyrn.ui... GUARANTEE ON THESE ...1.... lyntKttict. U yi not Pets .t the Introduction .I ciioHur lynriiitli product which we had devise new citrus products, but ber and a few homes of old set
I COLORS a
bin ..'."1".," lie Mid' "Ul HI nmimbir tint we hiv m.n, line product In .". different form" what we have now Is good. In tlers.

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Values to 21.95 GRANTOGS 2PC. Knit of springy yarn
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a long wearing blend of EASY-WASH COTTON Ease to
every movement
$69910$1199 t
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a New Fashion colors; In
frontmatchinf; slacks ar.
2.94RIGULARLY3.9 Petit.Average Tall
OXFORDS LOAFERS peecuffed.has. Chooae from AM rot NO.ui
2 EYE TIES MOC TOES WING TIPS an assortment of popular
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LEATHER SOLES, RUBBER. HEELS Y IGD1
.3 woven,and 2 knit
SIZES a TO 12, A-I-C-D WIDTHS IN THI CROUP
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699 TO 1499 Sale 77c Sale 1.47 Sale 1.47 Sale 1.44

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WASH-WIAR SLACKS SUM MISSIS' SKIRTS
BLOUSES FOR MISSES
EL1ik.
FOR BOYS OXFORDS LOAFERS

AND GIRLS SLIP-ONS STRAPS .t Crant'- brand Sale 3.37 Sale 2.94 Sale 2.37

.KMUURIY** RIOVUIIT
PLAIN PUMPS PENHLEIGrTPREPBOYS' M9 MOUURIYI.**
e Rayon-nylon flannel a Top quality fabric Cotton 1I INe'82-3S
SHOP INFANTS SIZES S TO I WASH-WEAR Boy; lixM:6 to ISCrutl 'Wt' 10-18 petite 8-W o Long lenfth slawrM
YOUTHS'SIZES II TO !
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count cotton broadcloth. Sale 2.47 Sale
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S 92 ACROSS FROM PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL ,
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OPEN MON. FRI. OPEN SAT. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. I 'NO '...''DAYI Q SOUTHlATE

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SHOP SOUTHGATE

I Dan Baggett Named 'Boy Of Month'Dan Be SHOP A Smart EAR.Y(funny{


Bagg tt, U ion of Mr @ :.
.
and Mrs. frwy J. Baggett of ..""....".. .T.I1"/N'" I:

820 Swan DriVf, has been
named Boy of the Month by
? ,
the .Exchange Club of Lakeland 11iJ'iI1lltt9ra

The Lakeland High School sen
for i II the second youth to be so t PRE-EASTER FESTIVAL
honored since the club started :

its Boy of the Month projectIn

January, according to Dick
Phillips of the Exchange Club OF BARGAINS AT SOUTHGATE ::

Last month Tommy Ginn, 17, :
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stark ?
F. Ginn Jr:. of 1923 Cherokee
Trail another LHS senior, was
chosen as the club's first selec SOUTHGATE THOM McAN GANDEE HARRELL'S

tion. Meads Club GIFT SHOP SHOE STORE TOYS GARDEN CENTER i

Baggett it president of the Closeout Of Wos noble lOOK OF THI MONTH SPRINQ n'
school's French Club, vice president I. Seamless I ANNUALS ..
of Interact Club and a EASTERANIMALS Adult Books
NYLONS
member of the honor society and t M IS ftmiH ff Tf., i

Interclub Council. He plans to Rtflulirly $1 I.ch force A..llt
study nuclear engineering at the ONE
University of Florida following PAIR, FREE :
graduation from high school. i PRICE 3 58 PER
Selections of Boy of the Monthare When You Buy Three FOR TR/IY :
w
made on the bans of scholarship ....
school activities, athletics

Phillips and said.personal appearance SPRING. '7/:..... '. DANISH MARC NET'S i

An over ill winner will be se- BAKERY RESTAURANT

lected from the monthly win tOY OF THI MONTH-Do lassie, I..,.....,. L....'.?. High School l unto, rcl MUqu HAS STYLING SALON OLD FASHIONED
ners at the end of the school ; him .. .f the Month from Dick lneeise vice .> Club
MHimi ly mldint Rukciift COME '"t u I"
year, Phillips said and will receive chdrmiH of the Soy of the Month cltt.. .*|..It h the second L.k.l.sd youth I* lie .. .R./ :: : =p ,o : CINNAMON VEALIREADpCUYIET
a $300 scholarship put up, for Ik* hose line the Iichinft Club ,.vsad the ,rot by Junior Exchange Club of- SPECIAL
Lakeland High School. He will Chock Full .f Rililni Vlkl, Rolls y iutrtrMl
also be eligible for statewide u. S. Government Makes c'G VriT 3'i IJo $1 000
competition at either the Unl-
of Florida, Gainesville, for a ..giS t ,L er.... C.fi MtMh ." 43'Deten 50 .,.
tHlIN
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$1,000 scholarship. Profit As It Mints MoneyBy roe.uMS* ..:.


Square Dancing GORDON BROWN around 11 cents. So the profit Is ufacture- about 4,700,000,000 : SOUTHGATE i SOUTHGATE

Group Slates WASHINGTON (AP) It will reduced to $1.04 on a pound of coins.
gladden your heart to know that copper, The manufacturing costs-not STORE STORE w
Party FridayThe _
your government makes moneymaking Cost Estimated counting the cost of the metals 'wES
(POOLIX ONLY KNOWNIaV ONLY
Jolly Roger will fly over money.It For. the year starting next Involved-will be an estimated 1MARKT$1
the Civic Center Friday night nets a tidy profit In turning July 1, the mint expects to man- (8,060,000( compared with the '.".
when pirates from Central Florida silver, copper nickel and cost of $4,088,000 fo. turning out % _ Rsiul.
Invade Lakeland for a night zinc Into coins-around $50 million 4,100,000,000 coins this year.
AZALEAS REMNANTS
of dancing this Will
square year Porpoise
This spring the mint Is coin- When
Shopping
Sponsoring this night of revelry This I Is known as seigniorage the first of 90 million R.* Wing-G..ri. Tabor 10 Sqg.r ':
will be the "Pals and Gals"of Technically, seigniorage Is the Open World's ing some Is A Pleasure SwMlKtort Sup...... Pircihn
Lakeland and the "Sand- difference between the face half dollars that, over the years Pink Suprm 1.'0 Y..*, .,.
spurs" of Winter Haven. Gen- and will honor President John
value of coins minted the
eral chairmen for the ball are cost of the metals Involved. Fair Exhibit Kennedy. The first will be F'I DUKE'S MAYONNAISE I a,''' 88' 4 $1O0''
Mr. and Mrs. John Essfg and However there are manufacturing trlbuted In late MarchearlyApril. I
Mr and Mrs. A. G, Adams .
handling, administrativeand TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda .
They Invite all square dancersto other costs Involved, which will a $8.5 million exhibit 49'
attend. will open Oddly enough, despite the fact
8 Dancing beginat cut down on the profit. at the New York World's Qt. Jar Limit On. Fertilizer Muslin Sheets i
p.m. that the mints-In Philadelphiaand
The Florida Pirates were organized -I Profit Made Fair April 22. Denver-turn out billions of I STATE BRAND 72'x108"81''x99"CANISTER
as a fun organization Eva Adams, director of the The State World's Fair Au-
coins each year, the country always .. 6-5-5 :
among square dancers throughout mint,. estimates that the mint thority reported to the governor seems to be on the SET Twin rut** .
Florida. realized 41.5 million In clear and Cabinet Tuesday that a verge 50.1b. '
.
of coin $
Callers Eric Sohn and Howard profit on its coin.making opera- trained porpoise would leap Into a Ihortage.Antique Plastic' 69 Bog 99 2 For 300 ;
Parrish will be guiding the for the ended last 3-Piec. Assorted :
tions year the air from the pool to cut a 10.
dancers. Pirate costumes are June 30 and expects to net $51.4 ribbon and formally open the! Auto Air Tight Colors .
the required dress for dancers. million In the year ending next exhibit Lawn Mowers i '
June 30 I A display of trained porpoises Show StatedAbout J'm'ica Shorts
t MOON SOLID As an Illustration of haw this will be a featured part of the DIXIE CRYSTAL SUGAR lO.INCH-lr N.... LADIES SIZtf !
MOSCOW (AP-Sovlet scien- seigniorage works, ,the mint Florida show and Is expected to 2( antique automobiles, FULLY GUARANTIED ALL SIZES
tists have concluded that the uses this illustration: bring In nearly $3 million revenue some of them models as early as; <
moon Is covered by a "loose A pound of copper cost the from visitors. 1918 will be displayed at the 5Lb. 49 Limit On. With $36 88 f Llwt!
porous substance" and that Its mint 30 cents. Out of this poundIt Southgate Shopping Center Bag $5 Or More Order 77 2 PlriSOUTIICATU /
interior Is solid. can make 149 pennies. The Pete Ward of the Chicago urday from 10 i.m. until 5 p.sat-I
The news agency lass said seigniorage therefore is $1.15 on White Sox led American League The display sponsored by the ::
this conclusion was based on a a pound of copper. However third basemen in hitting last Model A Restorers' Club ol UOOi.LEVS SOUTIIGVTI; j:
study of radio waves emanatIng manufacturing costs Involved In season with .293 Boston's Frank Lakeland Is open to the public. IUlumn SHOP I I\MHS: and LAUMHIY
from the moon. making those 145" pennies total Malzone was next with 291. No admission will be charged. I
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Lykes Flavorful 1 Mb.pkg..
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Chili with D.Beans 5 #cans 300 $1 1. ( Pillsbury' AssortedCake s e

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MARCH 12.13-14, 1964 Krispy Crackers Bisquick' Flour ..... 40.01 pkg.' 49
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OlXTRA ; 16-ot. Oltf In The Handy Six-Pack
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SwiftsBoneless' Cenned Hams \ Lemon Thins M.GStem, & PiecesMushrooms
.5lb. can $ wr' < Ib. 25 . 4 4.01 $1
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... I 49* Chocolate Syrup ... 23
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DR. WEST'S TOOTH BRUSH Pend'i ColdCr. er Dry Skin Criommed.
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largarine ...... ",... 1-lk<*. J/f
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Sausage. 1201.pkg... 69c _


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Sea Bass Fillets . lb. 59c
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Lake Mich. Smelts lb. 25c Compact LIght-Weight Handsome
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I I Fudge Sauce Teams With Ice Cream Sty Crackers


Chocolate fudge sauce, chocolate fudge sandwich cook Be careful not to allow mixture Milkshakes,
creamy-fmoother than any you ies on hand. to burn on bottom of saucepan,1
have ever tasted, pairs with CHOCOLATE FUDGE Remove from heat. Stir in Teenagers drop In after school strawberry Ice cream. Beat until
SAUCE vanilla extract and semi-sweet for snack? Get out the blender .' blended.
I your favorite ice cream when .' a well
1 U-ounce can sweetened condensed 'chocolate pieces. Stir until and let them make some
the gang comes over to hear milk chocolate has melted and sauce milk shakes Served with graham .' Makes 2 cups.
the latest records. 1 7-ounce jar marshmallowcreme 'I'is smooth Serve warm over NAI crackers, you've got a nutritious PEACH BUTTER PECANMILKSHAKE
Be lure to have plenty of ice cream satisfying snack for
1.3 cup milk Sauce may be refrigeratedand t
4 + r w growing teenagers. Beat or mix In electric blender
4 cup butter or margarine reheated. Makes 3 cups I
!4 teaspoon salt sauce. RASPBERRY MILKSHAKE I pound can sliced peaches,
1 teaspoon vanilla extract To mold ke cream: Soften & .w A 'k 'drained; 1 cup milk and 2 scoops
1 6-ounce package semi-sweet your favorite flavored ice oW Beat or mix In electric blend(about I cup) butter pecan Ice
chocolate pieces ,cream. Spoon Into paper cone er 3 tablespoons raspberry jam, warn. Beat until well blend
!
Combine sweetened condensed,cups. Stand cone cups in small 1 cup milk and 2 scoops (about ed
milk marshmallow creme, milk, glasses Freeze until firm. Just 1 cup) raspberry sherbet; beat Makes 3 cups.APRICOT .
until well blended.
butter or margarine and salt In before serving remove paper MILKSHAKEBeat
.
NI a medium size saucepan Cook cup and stand Ice cream In sun, Makes 2'/4 CUpl.PINEAPPLE I
or mix In electric blender
stirring constantly over medium dae dishes. STRAWBERRYSHAKE
heat until mixture thickens One pint ice cream will fill 1 12-ounce can apricot nectar *
I a few drops almond extract
slightly and is almost boiling 2 cone cups.
t t Beat or.mix In electric blender .,and 2 scoops (about 1 cup)
3 1 8-ounce can pineapple vanilla Ice cream; beat until
Onion Pie HasA tidbits, drained, V cup milk'well blended.
Beef/
O and 2 scoops (about 1 cup)' Makes 2'4 cups.


FAMILY FAVORITEeven TRESt/ FROM Q3c- 1 1I?I

when this was a Pleasing Taste ;
FLAVORWND/r f I
"beach bikini'" ,i IP, 4 5 5I

I Hearty appetites readily cheer flour with a fork until dough just TANGY CHEESE ROLLS, centered with a colorful Easter egg, would be Ideal to serve I
a Beef Onion Pie as you carry holds in a ball. Easter morning.
this culinary triumph to the table 5j
little water
Use as as possi
1 'V all steaming with come-and
,get.it goodness ble. Roll out one.half of the Colored Eggs Center j
dough to % inch thickness. Linea
BEEF ONION PIE
Pastry Inch pie pan, allowing /j
1 inch crust to extend over edge
2 cups sifted enriched flour Easter Basket RollsWouldn't
1 teaspoon salt Beef Filling

STILL AMERICA'S / to scup lard 1 pound ground beef

TOP-SELLING BRANDI! 4 to 8 tablespoons Ice water 1 cup thinly sliced onions these be fun for the and Yt cup shredded Cheddar ((350 degrees F.) Cool and
Mix flour and salt Cut lard "-3 cup chopped green pepper family Easter breakfast? Tangy cheese. Mix well. Cover bowl serve. 3-MINUTE POP CORN
For colorful new kraut rec:p* !I Into flour until crumbs are cheese rolls, rich with cheese with damp cloth and let rise
I Makes S rolls
booklet,writ SILVER FLOSS 2 tablespons lard or drippings
tidbit crackers, centered until doubled In bulk.
about the size of small peas Add are
dept N, Phelps, New York I
2 salt
ice water, a little at a time, mixing teaspoons with a colorful Easter egg. Meanwhile, color uncooked

___ ___ I quickly and evenly through 14 teaspoon pepper 113-ounce package hot roll eggs with food color and boil
2 tablespoons flour mix ing water, let dry on cake rack. '
'/$ teaspoon paprika 1 cup warm water Turn dough out of bowl when 1 j
1 legg doubled, and roll out to rec.tangular .
dairy sour cream
cup 1 cup cheese tid-bit crackers shape about 16 inches
2 beaten
eggs
crumbs, finely rolled long by 9 inches wide. Cut
2 tablespoons chopped parsley Yt cup shredded Cheddar lengthwise In strips about /
aua or, Cook ground beef, onions and cheese inch wide Twist 2 strips together The dish that

9 green pepper In lard or drippings 8 eggs and form in circular 1
until ground beef Is lightly Red green, yellow, shape to make basket, leaving
browned. Pour off drippings blue food coloring hole in the center for egg. Place
Stir in salt, pepper, flour and Boiling water 1 egg in center of each roll and j
paprika and cook 2 minutes. Prepare hot roll mix according sprinkle remaining cheese tidbit .
11 Combine: sour cream, eggs and to package directions, using crackers crumbs over top
parsley and add to meat mix',1 cup warm water and 1 egg of rolls.
ture. Mix well and adding % cup finely rolled Let rise until doubled. Bake
A Pour Into pastry.lined pie pan [cheese tld-bit crackers crumbs,I 30 minutes In a moderate oven will make :,
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Roll out remaining pastry, making V
"SR several gashes to allow for your
escape of steam Place over a
illing i I Crimp edges,
Bake In a moderate oven (375 ,
v F.) 45 minutes or until pastry Is I U- I
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l'/i cups french onion thins
2 cups cooked and ground crackers crumbs, finely
chicken rolled

t/ teaspoon salt Pan fry chops on both sides t
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towels. Combine chicken, salt
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lie TomorrowGAINESVILLE
GAINESVILLE (AP) The GERMAN'S
most select field of high school
basketball team in Florida history : ""MANAGER

For Santa Fe'i Crimson Hawks the road ; begins play In the state I I'> ./ GENTLEMAN

i a State Class C basketball title has been anything but easy tournaments Friday. I. SAUL
nd It gets tougher here tomorrow about 1 p.m. at University i i l # dv Four teams in each class

Florida gym. qualified and they are mostly MUST WRESTLE

| For the Hawks, who knocked off a highly-touted Cedar Key familiar names.
is a week ago, will be up against defending state champion Miami Senior, Tampa Hillsbo- DORAN O'HARAIN
[illiard! tomorrow. And it will be the 14th straight year Hilliard rough, Pensacola and Cocoa- SINGLE MATCH
the four In Class Mare all
a made it to the Class C tourney. Coach Charlie Bennett's former state champions The Von ..."..... ... bored
'ew has a 22.5 record. The Hawks have their work cut; out lor First round games will be from Lokolond Armory ondmult

em. I played Friday and championship rowels outildo city limit.
But Coach John Mack's Lake- Stanton has shown steady Improvement a 9 I They will.. uord.d to on.
games Sat u r day In all
force thlit Doroit O'H...
MM
halt
will be In the second
IJand strengthenedthe
crew
classes. I ...... .
Is ch.n.". to Iho monogorond
return of Dennis New- of the season and the

in, the team's second leading team's playmaker.Mack The Friday schedule: I promoter itopi to .Pet,,arcs O'Horo thc .hoitakon ...

scorer who missed the regional was to have held a 8 a.m- Campbellton vs. Lake' ring of tho G.....,. from the
[tourney Newton while sans a light workout today at Lake Placid Class C I Armory for this match.TAG .
I few pounds from an Illness,willIbe 10:30: am. Madison vs'
back at his old stand at forward land Senior High gym before CRIMSON HAWKS HUNT FOR TITLI Sonro Pea Crlmio r.onol! toKmoyi In their quest for Clou C. titlo. Sonto F.'ssome Zephyrhills, Class B I TEAM MATCH
He gives the Hawks add- departing for Gainesville A Hawks It.,. to kriiifl she first S.... ......tII.11 MHo .. Lokoloml. ,, c.*..., loft to il.hti Horry MeCI......., Joe Smith, RobortSUnron p.m.-Hilliard vs. Lakeland
led power. When the defense victory tomorrow afternoon line the Drooditivgnti copped the Cloti AA crows In 'J7. Tho Tom C., Mori M...... Nib MoKlor, Donni! N....., Santa Fe Class C JUAN

Hams high-scoring Mario Mon- would send the Hawks against Hawks will ploy foiidlitf ch.moloit HIIKoro' tomorrow ot UiiUvonlrf Mid' Altonburfir, John StontoH, Mark Mlilouok. G...*. Mnohlw 2:39 p.m.-Malone vs. Mount SEBASTIAN
It Newton can hit from outside the Lake Placid Campbellton .f Fl.".. fym ot I p.m. In o first-round Class C con wot lilt ,......t whoa ,hole wot .....*. ILed,., photo .* "",h..)} Dora, Class B I And

[and take the pressure off theHoot4 winner at 3 p.m. Saturday for ..... Coochid or John Mack rtio Howki lw.pt By tho f roup eel 4 p.m.-Plant City vs. Riviera I BRUISERVERDU
<< star the Class C title. Beach' Class A I
I
I Harry McClernan or Mike I Also available for reserve .WIDNlfBAV> Tin ._...moss e frmt 6:30 p.m-Pensacola vs. Tam
[Mohler will be the other forward duty are Robert Stanton Tom .0MI.h' .._ Inril. Brlf.flth pa Hillsborough Class AA MATCHED AGAINST
( with ioM Stanton and Cox Joe Smith George Mueh- Miami St. Joseph'sPlay -,.,IMVk, Nnr Y......n< hen Crl 8 pm.-Palatka vs. Daytona
1MV4. w..ee..dn
|Mark MIslasMk at guards. I ler and Mike Altenburger. .....10 .rwinil' =::. ft trvm. N. Beach Seabreeze Class A I RAY
NORFOLK.0.u V..-C.'lvln ..., 8:30 p.m. Cocoa vi. Miami
......... .... ANDREWSAND
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Santa Fe's Monte Learned In NIT Openerwhich PARKS

COACH JOHN

[Field Goal Art In A HurryBy By TED MEIER In the feature of the NIT dou- saw Iona defeat Seton ""' .. HEATH-

Associated Press Sports WriterA bleheader at Madison Square Hall 87-82 in the only major '. t:. -VI -
lull In the NCAA championship Garden after Miami of Florida game scheduled + T.N.T.NAPOLITAN
JACK SLAYTON Region III event t .
play St. Joseph's of Philadelphia b.
tournament shifts the
Ledger Sports Editor And he's also been picking off In the quarter-finals of the "
basketball
Three he didn'tknow about 12 to 13 rebounds per college spotlight tonight NCAA _
small
basketball years ago from a game. I to the opening of the National The,NCAA, which determinesthe college tourney aEvansvllle Tiow......... a II Walp-mo G.'5..D.ue......sue..wd.n I...
a pumpkin Invitation Tourney in national champion resumes Ind, Akron beat I.M to.
[ Now lanky Mario Monte Is HI only contact with his _
New York.Syracuse. Friday night with second round Hofstra 77-58, North Carolina
[being: counted on to lead the parents has been via letter and '
on the rebound aft- games at Raleigh Minneapolis, A&T defeated
I' AdelphI 83-80.
lant.! Crimson Hawks to bad
Fe a received
recently he some
er losing 27 straight two years Wichita and Corvallis, Ore. March 12 WrestlingLASTC
of 1864 27
I Florida State Class C prep baaAetbsil news. The government had State College Jowa downed
ago meets disappointing NYU
title. confiscated his father's store. Second Round Games Southeast Missouri 93-81 and

iThe Hawks and Hilliard clash He has Be Idea when he'll get These game pair Duke vs Evansvllle whipped Cal Poly of I
In Galnes- Or Basketball ScoresWIDNIIOAVO Villanova and Princeton vs
1 If
.at p.m. tomorrow back to Cuba ever. I Pomona 9573. In tonight's semifinals -
lIe In a first-round game of the when he'll ever see his parents eOLLIdl Connecticut at Raleigh; Kentucky
[Class C division. Lake Placid again Or Th. AlMCl.tod Pr.M vs. Ohio Univ. and Michigan Evansvllle meets State 3 ) DAYS..H
[And Campbellton playing In the Despite the mental.traln. plus NCAA COLLIO Qu...........DIVISION.. vs. Chicago Loyola at Minneapolis College of Iowa and Akron urry;

[other game. The two winners the strain of knowing he is a .--.JJI.-'Y.:: II M.N. Al'tll 1 Mout. ; Kansas State v. Texas takes on North Carolina A&T
I meet! Saturday at 3:30: p.m. for marked man In every Santa Fe ....Oil.1.*.. .f ln II ImtliMM I Western and Wichita vs Pan-American Wins Don't Miss OutBuy
[the Class C crown. game Monte has consistently av..iI.. H. C.NAIA rslr IhmM ) n. Crelghton at Wichita and San Pan-American of Texas, the
I
Monte owns all of the scoffing turned in the "big game" when mewed. .wMl Francisco vs. Utah State and defending champion defeatedSt.
M.n>n M Po.) OMroMmn (Kr.)
In existence for absolutely I .. ,. UCLA Seattle at Corvallis. Cloud. Minn. 81-78 In the .
records vs. second
it was needed. "He was Cot
I the Lakeland Catholic school.So great" Mack declared fol.Saturday' I'Ht.h M.e...V int. T......>..Tl m.......OMjh... ...rn..'.".II The small college boys dom- round of the NAIA at Kansas First Tire at PRICE LISTED BELOW Get the
far he's tallied 5H point win. C.rMn NMvmMt T.. Muntlnv4.it inated Wednesday's action City. Mansfield Pa., St.
\\. [ lowing "_hv. I...... _.. T4.i .
I |in 2t games and his 224 baskets A good student Monte hopesto .P.n i ,mr.. ...01 KY. Ot.. Ita.C_..,.e.mS. Mary's, Tex., High Point, Car-
and 108 foul shots Yet follow in the footsteps of his 0.' ... ...... Luth.. ... no East* Lakeland son-Newman Rockhurat Emporia -

three year ago be had never father and be a pharmacist. And IT, S_othnIMT.n 14.1.7_ ... I State and Central Okla- SECOND TIRE
played the sport. he'd like to play basketball while'I ixMionOr .... ..-. ....>IALLIwio Loop Registers homa also advanced to today's
..._.. ,..
I The senior center-he Just he is at school too. i ca .... IN W.) .. LM AnMOMtaM *.v W .. [quarter-finals.
[turned 18 Is a native of Santiago Consensus of observers Is U CWv.....,.....< 4.T Special registration for all\
Cuba. He later moved to that he's Just beginning to I fNve.,.. San OwrChkH. -p....1_ otAnwta. boys living In the Combee and TRYOUT SLATED 1/2 OFF THAT
f Havana where his father was a come Into his own. He's even I Loa Mesa._M'" 1.1 .. ....... .. ...... Crystal Lake areas and desiring PRICE .
...
..
pharmacist and had a drug come up with a respectable daw .... .._ le play In the East BARTOW All men desiring
Npv:
and one-half he Cai.N ( we A'nlM tAl. It! Lakeland Dixie Boy Baseball .independent baseball
to
store. Two years outside shot when runs up play
Mw Mir... .....,... .. will be held from 7 until .
League
ago Monte flew out of his native 'gainst those bigger fellow In hn.. '- w .t Ps. may tryout with the Barlow Independents
land and has not been back college.' Loa (N) w ...,. Clly Tiara 8:30: p.m. today at the Sunday at 2 p.m. at ta
., ...,.. C.tv (NI.NATIONAL Combos school eafetorlunt. &flU1L
since, Cuba's girt'tet the Crimson AIOOCIATIONOr Bartow Memorial Field.
.._.... .
During hIs stay here he was Hawks blgh ..corlng Mario WMnn Tae ...> 0.ultAntMM Pr, >.e I The baseball program la for Players should bring own
placed in the home of Mr. and Monte. 'Loa Ph.,._...,. pal..L lit ..111 Lwe_ ells.... boy In the S-1J age group. gloves and shoes.Easter's .
Mrs, James Lunney of Winter e I S
Haven by a Catholic relief agency 1
for helping Cuban refugees.
enrolled Santa Fe In the
He at 1 I 1
fall of '62 and Coach John Mack
immediately pounced upon him this vAri/w ;flki: (
for the Hawks, who were in the early year. ''Otff tine ;quaify'rep2icefnerit) : tire i ; '*<

process of playing their first bujitfo SAFETY V V 1; ;
extra antfMltEAGe
Monte season led of the varsity Hawks competition.In scoring and the rush is on forj

that first year but always had
foul trouble because of the
strangeness of the game. All Sizes...Compacts to Big Cars

Foul trouble still plagues the BlACKWALLS WHITEWALLS

to C-foot-4 his defend fouls eager against come but as the now be opposition manyof seeks- $j rIDJfm UffiU1J @G] TUBELESS TUBED-TYPE


and not from his lack of t} '
BLACKWALI.S W HtTEWALLS
body control.
Starting fresh the lanky eager SIZE ,lips un.t.s. Tun.d. yp.1st .

learned to use his height for TM2rM Ttea tat T 2nd Tin 1st TirI and Ttr 1.0 T 2nd Tb.
crip shots but he also developeda 6.00-13 10,15 9.07 2I.6i M0.82
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Even when faced with cagers
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te has been able to get the shot a.70-1a 21 10.90 X18.30 a 9t 5 2"3.3 12.66 X21.80./0.90

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday March If, 1964 : ,..... Dream Come True
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES


Lary To Hurl Anne Tucker Gets ,- Dressen Added



I I To See The .
n Tigers ,

Against TwinsA '.5 : To Tiger Menu

Cinderella might have had
thing that ever happened tome
some assistance from a rather I '
possible answer to a key five years. Also present will be' nebulous character In getting ," she beamed yesterdays By ARTHUR DALEY They were touched by something -
question for the Detroit Tigers Joe Cronin president of the her wish But for Mrs. Anne she stood along the fence ;JMi flora. uTu he did even before the
-Is Frank Lary'i Arm In American League. Tucker of Flint, Mich., her benefactors In left field. "I'm on Cloud Iand The dining room facilities at main squad arrived. He wanted .
Shape? will be forthcoming Dresses Indicated he would were flesh and blood I don't think I'll get off the Detroit Tigers motel here to use his varsity pitchers
here Saturday afternoon. start his "regular" lineup of and her dreams are now a for quite a spell. I was se in Lakeland were temporarily In a camp game but was
Larjr will start for the Tigers BUI Bruton Don Demeter Al reality. happy I cried. It's"Just a wonderful shut down early in spring abort handed. So he reachedout

against the Minnesota Twins Kallne, Norm Cash, Jerry For the past several yean And experience. training. But this didn't faze to his rookie school for
Anne has had the fulltreatment
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. In the Lumpe Dick McAuliffe, Don -the exact number Is unimportant TV their dauntless manager Char- eight necessary reinforce-
opening exhibition game at Wed and BUI Frtehan. Phil -Anne has been walling down here for sportscasters lie Dressen. Nothing fazes menu. They played for two
Henley Field. He will be fol- Regan will start against Minnesota on tables at "Uncle Bob's spring training Dressen. days delighted at the oppor.
have had her telecasts
lowed by Ed Rakow and Dave on Sunday at Orlando. Diner" In Flint, Mich., where Several columns on their have been "You gotta start the day witha tunlty and asking for nothing

Wlckersham a pair of hurl- Today the Tigers were to have her customers were business written about her and she even good breakfast, fellers" he in return. However. Charlie
era obtained from Kansas City competed In their annual Tiger HITS ONE John $urrewi, ,mkl cotchar ef the men doctors lawyers and got to with her favorite announced to the squad. "Get was not content with that He
in the Rocky Colavllo deal. Golf Tourney at Cleveland Detroit TI..... fact lni. a ,Itch durlnf a karllnf' practice drill professional men. Anne was a ballplayer pose southpaw Hank out to the ball park early to drove half way across the

Lary worked yesterday In hitting -Heights golf course. The annual .t Htnlty FialJ. Renews nt-yior! man, wee drafttd from the Tiger faa and her dogged devotion Aguirre. It's been quite a week. morrow. I'll have breakfast state to Dunedin and bought

practice and after the drill Tiger barbecue is scheduled for Baltimore Orleln ."nieHon.! H. ploytd nljr' rl.lly I... sum was the when result the of Ben constant It'll all end Sunday when she ready for you." eight sweaters at $25 a piece

told Manager Chuck Dressen he tonight. m... (......, photo by Hyahti) acted ribbing like files home to Flint. But for There Is a kitchen In the for the kId,. Paid for the sur
would be ready to try the exhibition Following Sunday' game In _---- -- -.- cats.gals The fact more they've Pussy been Anne It will never really end."Dreaml clubhouse. At t:30 the next prise gifts himself, too.
on Saturday. He Orlando the morning Charlie was on the job If the Tiger now have .
opener Tigers return to Tabbies for the six or : do come true, she
has been troubled by a lore arm Lakeland Monday to meet the' Lakeland! Cycle Riders seven did not past make smiled "I know. They have. for In a Cheri-outfit. He started better understanding of Dres
for the past two seasons St. Louis Cardinals. They play too pleasant years for Anne me.* to mix pancake batter With sen, he also hasa better

Saturday's opener will featurethe the New York Mets here Thursday coffee and time Ilf'l Detroit'i most thrilled fan- him was his chief onionchopper knowledge of them. His half
I throwing out of the first ball and the Cincinnati Reds on Entered In RacesTwo day. eggs Mrs. Anne Tucker( of Flint. Coach Wayne Blackburn season at the helm had to be

by Tommy Bridges former all- Friday. Daytona But unbeknown to Anne the ____ ______ to help prepare the chili. They a solid briefing for a man <,>

time Detroit Tiger hurler and a Tickets for all Henley Field group got together and decided also had gallons of orange his astuteness

Lakeland_. resident. for the.past'games are on sale at the box- Lakeland entries are Anne should know all about Florida EdgesSouthern,10 juice and coffee at hand. By "I didn't know muth about
; -- - j office. among the 27 Florida riders the '84 Bengals first hand-and way of showing hIs versatility our team or the other teams

who will compete in the annual before anyone else. They collected Charlie also whipped up strawberry In the league" he said practically -

- I'm Girls AMA Motorcycle Classics Fri. around $400 and the day 1 cobblers.It destroying the imageof
Midget Top day Saturday and Sunday at before Christmas Anne's ship would seem that there Is omniscience he hat built up

Beautiful Wrestling Card Daytona International Speed arrived. She was presented with no limit to the accomplish over the years. "Most of the

the money. Buick Motor Car GAINESVILLE-Four University ments of the amazing Mr. managerial jobs I've had were
I'm The WINTER HAVEN Midget way.George H. Witmer. 15H Utah 1tI Company arranged to have a of Florida hurlers held the Dressen who knows everythingabout at the start of a season The
girls-S8 and 88 pounds-will Ave. and Joel E. Llndahl car meet her at Tampa airport visiting Florida Southern College everything and never is only one like this was In 1934
I Greatest appear on the Saturday wrestling -Route 6, Box 629 both of Lakeland and she had the use of the-vehicle : Mucus of Lakeland runless too reluctant to admit It. He with Cincinnati.
card here) at the National will wheel Honda ills for her stay In Lakeland. and hitless for 13 innings yes also Is tireless. He kept serving "I was managing at Nash.

: I'm The Guard Armory starting at 8:30:: sponsored by the Dixie Motorcycle And she was housed at the Holiday ., terday afternoon before the Ca- pancakes until every vllle and Larry MacPhail was

pm.The four-bout card Sales and Service, 238 N. Inn home of the Detroit tors pushed across a run in the, starved athlete had had his running the show in Cincinnati. .

ChampionPLYMOUTH 'by the National Guard sponsored and Florida Ave. Tigers.So bottom of the 13th for a J.J vIctory fill and he was so proud of He was ready for a
pro- Both entered In the 71-
are .
moted by Luttrall will every day this week his flapjacks that he went change and wanted me. But
I Cowboy mile novice race on Saturday Anne has been at Henley It was the second time in four around urging seconds. "Take Nashville wouldn't let of
go
I also include
a tag team championship -
I'M event with Skull Mur- This event shares Saturday'sIpotllghl Field watching her Bengals in I days that Coach Hal Smeltzly'sMocs some more Hank he said me until our catcher had his

phy and Brute Bernard risking with the 100-mile action. "This la the greatest bad lost to Florida in eagerly to Hank Aguirre. the fingers busted. So MacPhail
race for and amateurs ._ : extra
experts frames. Last Saturday
A I their belts against Eddie Graham best and most flippant! of his offered to lend them a catcher
250cc machines the
on ever the
Gators won at the FSC diamond
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and Cowboy Bob Ellis Speedway's .81-mUe track and Two Rounds Set pitchers. and give them a couple of
5-1. In II inning "
I The tag team event two-of- road course. "Guess I better said Aguir- players if they let me go. They
three-falls with an hour time For Women'siGolf Sophomore) righthander Ken re, "or you'll chase me Into did.
It will be the first road race Murphy of Clearwater went the ..
limit. The the bullpen. 'I'm not familiar with the
midgets Darling
I for both Lakeland riders. full
13
innings for the Mocs. He
i Dagmar from Winston Salem Witmer has been competingon JOEL LINDAHL TourneyTwo Watching the proceedings In players on this club' I said

HAROLD ,N. C., and Baby Cheryl of Pittsburgh -[ the flat track at Dade City Local Entry was The touched Gators for collected eight hits.their astonishment was Lyall Smith to MacPhail.

will battle in a two-out- and in area scrambles. Lindahl 1, Other than the novice rounds must be completed -when Earl I run of the Detrqit critic. 'All I want you to do,' he
FUSSELLINC. of-three fall event. has been entering his machineIn Witmer also Is entered In race the this week in the Cleveland Blountstown singled Montgomery to drive In "This will be the best.fed told me *i* to find out which

I Duke Keomuka opens the card the drags and has never com Friday and Saturday nights flat Heights women's club golf Bill Blomgren of Ft. Laudcr- fifth place team In the ones to get rid of.' I found..
against Jerry London while in peted on the flat track. track races at Daytona. championship. league," he said. Charlie withered them and he got rid of them

411 N. Florida A.t. I a special added event Hlro Mat- There will be three classes Medalist with 88 was Joanne dale.Don Pendley of St. Petersburg him with a glance. Char Dressen and Jim Campbell
Ph. MU 2-7113 sudo battles former Big Ten j:';, ? .' competing the Classics experts Gulls while the defending champion started on the mound for Flor lie expects to finish first. He the general manager have already .
ruler Tim Woods. i Is Martha Jackson. Tour-I always does. swung a couple of
t.: '. :', amateurs and novices. ida. Dan Griffin of Fernandma
i The novices are beginners I ney chairman Is Georgia Pol- relieved Pendlev followed by I BOt the chipper Dressen already trades which figure to be of

seeking their Class C cards. [ Dick Phallnes of Woodbury has earned a lot of tremendous help. They surrendered .
the mark of The 100-mile amateur race lard.Pairings for the first round: Heights N. J., and Danny Eg- goodwill for himself an item the slugging Rocky
Martha Jaekaao .... Marian; Ouay. he lacked when he replacedthe Colavito to the Athletics for
opens the Classics on Friday. 1.,a Hay va. ".. CoHingham, OoarPollard gart of Pensacola. All are
Saturday's program Includesthe qu, v.>.te. Myrtla Huntamgar MiUhall. ,Joanna HUMrarkar righthanders. more easy going! Bob Dave Wickersham and Ed
va
distinctionin 76-mile >*.. Oraka, Amanda Daviav Scheffmg as In mid- Rakow two starting ,
novice event and Oulla,. va. ... Florida Southern will be in manager pitchers
M.laa WiMdall
the 100-mile experts and ama- Pa< Polly Idwaraa ll.aa.ky Kata Knthl ... Mirlay' Tallahassee on Monday and season. The Tigers then eyed plus Jerry Lumpe a top-sec
inure competition.Sunday' feature ** .nt. for Charlie with some suspicion. ond baseman. They also nor
OMj' .ll.n va. Ollvo Snltk 'Mai.aria -1 Tuesday two games with the]
will be the Daytona 200.CHIP 5u.U,.."Jjm'.. .....,0.. CunOll.'d. "offma.Lr F'ur.e.l. 51.: .,_.,,Florida State University Semi- But they are beginning to rendered Jim Bunning to the

:.,,0v.,,MlI.. ; i-Yt, ,. :- Nun noles.no learn that Charlie his supreme Phils for Don Demeter.
McClura' .... Laura Janaa, Nail eec gaa aoa see s-s 1. egotism to the contrary is a A year ago Bill Faul a
wash and i I Kitar ... bPSAllen 'U.Murafty, sue and sue Fultoni aoa' _P.MI.y| 4, aril a I most generous and good hearted pitcher who I. something of a
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wear 51.14) P5011 (m, (mart (10) an<
- .. -.... of men. screwball submitted to hypno-
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MedalistIn thin in an effort to find the I

II FISHING-HUNTING secret of winning. What did

sport shirjt tDWSHOTSA Golf, Meet skipper think of that somewhat -
t outlandish scheme?

few golfers found their J. W. Allen Jr. fired a two-un- Barfow MeetingA "I told him to forget it.."
tee shots wandering Into the ''der-par 52 to take medal hon- it said the practical Dressen 'I

cup at Par-3 Golf Center the ors In the Phosphate Golf knew a golfer once who tried 'I

GEORCI past week as the course saw League Tuesday night at the 'Hot ; hypnotism and he told me it
WITMER plenty of business from both Par-3 Golf Center. One1By left him like a rag afterward I'
.
--Novlc.-- RitUr tourists and Ltkelanders. Individual point winner with When I first heard about Faul
Thomas Hook aced the 105- 'plus 7 was Paul Woodall. High I thought they was kidding ,

yard No. 13 hole: Hazel Car- two-man team with plus ten was FRED W. JONES But hypnotism ain't going to
SATURDAY 8:30 P.M. reras of Flint Mich., fired an Ish Cook and R. F. Mason. make that curve ball clip the
ace on the 90.yard No. 15 and There was a tie for 4.man Fb.hlnl.lluntlna Editor outside corner. Nobody gave
i John Douglas aced the 110- with 8. One the eye to Warren Spahn or
team honors plus Yesterday we wrote of the public meeting held in Dade
CHAMPIONSHIPWrestling yard No. 11 hole. .
do it
Whltey Ford. They don't
i quartet had Bill Mosher. Gerry City to discuss hunting rules and regulations being "the best
The Ridge Pro-Am Association' -
by hypnotism but by prac-
Tilton. Swanson and Marty Gil- attended
I regular weekly tour of any we had ever seen and quite hot at times." "
ett while the other was composed Well tice.
the held In
meeting Bartow
ney was to have been held of Paul Gillenwater Jack on Tuesday night topped A. always Charlie is bubbling -
today at William L. Hutche- the Dade City event in all ways. The Court Room in Bartow over with enthusiasm
Blair, Paul Woodall and George
son golf course. Others on Tucker. was filled almost to capacity by more than 165 persons, and and optimism With him m

the schedule: March 19, Closest to the pin was Willard charge, the Tigers may not
WINTER Lake Wales; March 28, Cleveland \ .....yucca uv TIDIS-rTld.y, March II. lt 4t MUH lidaa, IJ Mm in baseball -
Norman No.9. u 2.1. p m. low u.asa. 'It .. ,. become the best team
on '.1' .... Trtal 40 50.1 u.n ""* 545 ens Ml"
Heights: April 2, Se- Team victories were chalkedup .01 ro S H. .:11 ...... but as long as he remains -
HAVEN bring; April t, Winter Haven '
sod
West Coast Pro-Am by Mineco Inc., Wellman- to say the meeting got hot at times would be to make the as the chief cook cinchto
Lord. Independents, Linder Machinery understatement bottle-washer they are a
Association of the At
iIIMOILYWORLD has an open date year. one point we almost decided
be the best fed.
-ARROJP ? this Sunday, Next tourney and Virginia-Carolina to crawl under a handy desk.

la March 23 at Largo's Seminole A field of 64 played. However, it is to be noted this "heat" it took more than -j

course. 45 minutes to get the very first question brought to a vote I Medulla League

red ec t on TAG First annual and Florida Invitational Pony Loop Holds was not the result of "cantankerous" sportsmen in this area Holds Supper I
Intercollegiate nor the fault of J. 0. Brown, the regional of
manager the
TEAM RULERSSKULL golf championship will be Tryouts SaturdayTryouts Game Commission and his staff. MEDULLA -A fried chicken

held April 2-4 at Cape Coral Rather the friction debate, discussion supper will be held Saturday beginning .
embroidery golf club. Florida Southern and registration for questioning, grip-
College along with Miami the Lakeland Pony League baseball Ing, and even threatening was brought about chiefly by the at 5:30: p.m. at Medulla.
BRUTE University of Houston Wake program will be held Sat fact the question list given to Brown for submission to the school for the benefit of the Medulla
I
MURPHY & BERNARD Forest. Florida FSU Miami urday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Sports- sportsmen was confusing lacked proper opportunities for Dixie Bays Btithall I
A deftly djtoiltd, crnt on the pocket oddt e tmoft touch of and Stetson will compete man's Park. choice and was jumbled in chronological order. League.

luxury to this rftct-ot-poulblt! short slii l sport shirt . First annual medal play Players in the 13-14 age brack.I Take the first question on the sheet the one which Tickets are $1 for adults ind
taiidtomtty tailored throughout for o fit that looks and toll RISK( TITLE AGAINST handicap golf tourney at et should bring birth certificates brought on most of the fireworks: It was supposed to SO cents for children. Serving

madt-to-mtosure. Styltd In g blend of 65%! Dacron' poly. Cleveland Heights will be and $2 registration fee. I local public opinion concerning an earlier opening of get begins at 5:30: p.m. at the
ester end 35%! cotton for suptrlatlvt wash ond wear p.r. I Ifomlonc. II TEXAS' COWBOY completed Sunday. hunting season south of Highway 60. the school's cafeteria.

.. "Sonforlztd-Plul" labtltd In.a wide range of But rather than
I Kathleen giving
BOB ELLIS Loop people a chance to vote against '
handsome colors. FLORIDA WINS I for
or an earlier opening It them
gave only the DeMorse-CorterWin
5.95 I GAINESVILLE I* The University Holds Tryouts to vote for a 1 week early opening; a three week opportunity
I And of Florida tennis early openIng -
squad Shuffle
TourneyWalter
or a 4 week
early
extended its winning streak to KATHLEEN Tryouts for opening. Naturally people objected to
: Toll men look bttttr In on Arrow Dicton Sport Shirt with txtro five against no losses Wednesday the Kathleen Pony League voting on a question that practically forced them to vote for DeMarse and Agnes

: body Itngth An excellent selection In solid colon. I. by defeating Pennsylvania baseball program will be held something they were opposed to. Carter teamed to win I th

\ 5.95 EDDIE : 8-1. The Gators' only loss was Saturday at I p. m. it' the The matter was finally brought to a vote and peace re Choose Your Partner shuffle

I Iin the doubles Kathleen Junior High School stored only when a fourth choice was added to the question- tourney at the Civic Center
Arrow baseball field. "Do you favor opening the area south of Highway courts with a 59-11 win over
: Dccton Sport Shlrti alto available In XX Large 60 at the
(18.18ft) GRAHAMI..h1 Cheryl FHA VA The baseball program b for same time as the rest of the state?" Joe Rowley and Harry Herz
MORTGAGE LOANS boys living In the Kathleenarea berg Tuesday night and won'
5.95 In the 13-14 age group. Approved Hunting ProposalThe the candy in the
.11.1. DuPonl TM Plus Girl MidgetsBABY FIR should their
Boys
bring com downed
Of FLORIDA The wInners also
".IHVICI IS OUR IU1INUS" pleted applications and Insurance vote on the question finally showed 147 in favor of Ethel and Louise Suilif
M'
CHERYL ,So Unit* MU l-uir kaaalana] money te Saturday's sessions. ; favoring an opening two 49-17, and Freda and Bob For:-
weeks In
advance
of the rest of
the
I state and
NO DOWN PAYMINT no one for the 44-37.
DARLING DAGMAR three and four ney.
week
'; ::1 U* TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY V'STl':: early openings. Rowley-Herzberg eliminated
.. Another series of
: USE YOUR RANK CREDIT PLAN I'll' 11.Ill. questions that brought up IOme debate. Marion Wheeler and Eve Spencer
I I I aid W out some comments by commission personnel 56-18 in another matchA
HIRO TIM 4t which us, concerned "any deer season. |In other field of 24 courts via In

t LAYAWAY MATSUDA WOODS words an open season on does "where and when necessary" play.
vs. "Over 200 Cars To As was the case with the article In Florida Wildlife, which

CHOOSE NOW..A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY Choose from" we recently mentioned there was the hunters Softball Meeting
are too stupid to i
go along with management
MERCHANDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED Dub if and game .
Jerry 63MERCURY when doe hunting should become necessary. Slated Tonight
Keomuka London It Is true there was opposition to the
vs. quwtlons concern. There will be meeting tonight -
Ing doe seaton. But why ? a
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 COMETS not There M. no specific
named, no specfic! need cited and no areas at 7M ef all person
specific controls an such Interested In entering a softball -
SPONSORED A.T. Redio u Heat., hunt outlined. Any hunter we
IT
think
can be Parkland
In excused for reluctance team ta the City
JI NATIONAL GUARD $595 buntlna. granting- unrestricted approval for hlanket doe Recreation Department-

1ii1TIi1 sJI. (10 Ia Stock) We have sponsored City League.
RINGSIDE . .$2.00 said before and say Game Com- The meeting Is slated for
GEN. ADM. . .. 1.50 mtaslon will present to a meeting of /poruimen a IlX'Clfic the Teen Midway. A representative
I. I I NDER 12 . . .SO PENDARVIS posal for a doe season, showing then and there i the reasons pro- / or the manager of
and need for It, and
showing then

snd there how they all teams planning en competing
I TICKETS ON SALE TTONY'S CHEVROLET CO. to control such a hunt, the sportsmen will vote propose In the league this summer
310 Ne. Florida AOL by a vast maJority. The sportsmen Just don't want approval should attend tonight'
to
( 207 East Main Street PHARMACYIS bakeisuid a pig In a poke. be sold meeting.
FIFTH ST. NW t
Another hot quention of course was the proposal to Meetings for other City

50 Tears a, Quality Service ft M.II ,,, fli,. Ultlani' Am CY 3.3344 the Citrus Wlld/'fl/ Management Area exclusively an archtry make Parks and Recreation Department
area for three
I years The vote In Bartow on this > sponsored softbi"
I and 90 oppoiN. was 3 for, j league will be announced st

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SituationComplicated i ExchangeClub


Plans


By SAM DAWSON I
Gas Sale
AP Business News Analyst

NEW YORK (AP) There's '

an International cast In the gold Exchange Club of Lakelandwill PUBLIC

. drama today. Often the playersare hold its ninth annual gasoline I
acting at cross purposes sale Saturday, announcedDick
ntrs A sudden spurt in the price of Phillips, public relations I
gold in London after *".Iblrie-
months of director for the club. I
as quiet came on the same day the The annual sale Is held to i
ed U.S. Treasury announced ep- f buy shoes and socks for needy :

orCo parent victory In holding down I children at Lakeland High NOTICE
. the dram on its gold reserves] School, Phillips said Since the
/and the House of Representa-I I } f event was started nine years

lives passed a bill aimed at fur- ago, the Exchange Club has
rig ther safeguards purchased 1,200 pairs of shoes I!

hfu Many Factors Found and 3,600 pairs of socks from

Hehe To understand how fluid, complex sale proceeds an averageof
and flammable the situation 175 pairs of shoes a year. :I
Tickets, priced at $3 apiece,
Is have
to
you mix: a ai. I
are presently being sold by
ccr The Russian's hunger for
.
, wheat, the Italian's worry about tickets Exchange will Club enable members The j As of this date, March 12, 1964, Mr. Thos. C,
the falling purchasing of
power
.a his ing lire, the Englishman's spend- i.. to one buy of $3 five worth gas of purchaser'j Harris, Jr. is no longer connected with Lon-
spree, the Frenchman'spreference
uIII for the good hard urday, with the profits from I nell Inc. who the music store at
metal, and the American's nervousness an entire day's worth of gasoline I operates
be sales at each station going
over the outflow of dollars .
500-502 South Florida Avenue Lakeland
Into to Exchange Club. ,
foreign stocks and short
ofw Will Pump Gas
term It's securities.a temperamental cast. Exchange Club members Florida. From this date he has no authority to

ns Even the themselves will pump gas,
most expert of Interna-
(cge tional directors can't be absolutely Phillips said In the past, project create any obligations on behalf of this cor-
workers have pumped as
how
sure the next performance -
op will goHere's much as 5,200 gallons of gas poration.
here how it looks In the ear- at one station during a sale

ly days of March: day, he said
he The tickets being sold are re-
The price of gold the Lon-
on I
34 don free market last week deemable at the following stations Other than this change the personnel will re-

jumped 1875 cents an ounce to Saturday Red Holcom'lStandard
rcT. Service Station, S. mail the business will be conducted
his 35.095 to end months of quiet same, as
and Lemon
Florida Avenue
trading. The heavy demand ap- '
n parently came from Italians Street; Sunshine Oil Station usual and all payments will be received at the '
No 2 U.S. 92 Gary Road;
a who have been sending capitalout laJe : ;
Southside i Shell Edge-
ICof of their country because of above address.
fear that mounting inflation wood and South Florida Ave-

is would weaken the value of the nue; Skip's Shell Service, 818S. ,
lire TRAINING FOR FAIR-Tlili f< 4ttmj |okor with the kullf-in |'>" .h I..mtaa H ploy lowlSorlnf Florida Ave., and Boulevard

ul.r Ht's .". ./ ko troueo of tolo..tt4 '0.,01... wh* will ..., I I.. 10 crest sheen daily .t the Amoco Service, 215 E.
Gold Drain Halted i.12 acres of tropic.1 bunny ID the Florldo trot inhibit or the "".45' New Tens WorM's ,.1,. Memorial Blvd.
ofy The U.S. Treasury has been The porpouti, who kovo a high IQ, ... in training In Mimi, Phillips said the $3 tickets .
losing very little gold In recent may be purchased from any .
months, halting the disturbing' Exchange Club member or at -
(e ,
d drain of previous years In 19b3: Nasty Little War BeginningIn his place of business, Phillips'
the total loss was $391.7 million, Studio, 1505 S. Florida Ave.
smallest since 1957, The net
loss In the last three months of '

h d the year was only $15 million. Borneo's Island JunglesBy Gloves Are Handy Lonnell Inc.
The gold story doesn't end on
this happy note, however. I PITTSBURGH (AP) Dick ,
The British have been having' CONRAD FINK I hired fighters from Nepal, have The guerrillas are amazinglywell Stuart, Boston first baseman not
a buying spree and sudden economic JESSELTON, Malaysia (AP) spent months trying to hunt equipped Captured equip- noted for hit fielding, once said a Florida corporation

d expansion following a tax -Another "nasty little guerrilla them down. ment includes British and Bel- at a Pittsburgh banquet: I
r cut. To curb a boom that might war" Is brewing in Southeast: Farther south, near Sarawak "Behind every successful ball
r.v become a bust and to head off Asia. If it boils over, It could 's capital of Kuching, guerrillas gian weapons and, unfortunately plaver is a fine woman." I
1r threatening Inflation, the Bankof become a second Viet Nam. I have come In by land and for the U.S. Image among I The speaker who followed the

England has just raised Its Interest This' time the Island of Borneo sea, linking up with a Communist British troops, a large amountof former Pittsburgh Pirate could-
'
j charges to 5 per cent from is the setting for jungle am- underground that the Brit- American field clothing.! n't resist cracking:
4. Consumer and business borrowing bushes, sudden death and fanatic ish have been unable to smash packs, and the American-made I "The woman behind you, Mr.,
communism. More than Armalite rifle, a weapon with Stuart, had better have a big

rise accordingly costs are- and expected yields onInvestment' to two-thirds of the huge island belongs grounds Guerrilla and safe bases havens, training are In fabled- killing power:______ first baseman's_ glove..=_ ___ I.I' _________________ .

0 money would go up. to Indonesia. Indonesian Borneo. British officials l-!
If they became too attractive -I The fighting and diplomatic say some guerrilla cadres
I Idle dollars here might be maneuvering pit infant Malaysia killed in Malaysian territorywere
I once more lured across the At- and Its British protectors identified through dog
GO FIRST CLASS
lantic In volume or so bankIng against three foes: Indonesia, a tags and documents as members
hard-bitten Internal Communist
circles fear. Any such night of Indonesian regular
I of dollars would build up aur- underground and an ostensibly units Some prisoners claimed
.
pluses that foreign banks could nationalistic "People's Rebellion
they were Indonesian commandos
i turn into the U.5. Treasury for Front. dratted] for special guerrilla GENERAL ELECTRICQuaifyConfidenceServiceAt
more of its gold. Flag Shown duty. BUY -

I President Johnson sent Atty. Disruption of Borneo's economy
I Gen. Robert F. Kennedy t o I has been a prime mission

MissilesProviding Southeast Asia In January t 0: of many guerrilla bands, especially
counsel mediation, and units 01 f In the north Captured Discount Prices
the U.S. 7th Fleet have show I documents show their mission

the flag In the Indian Ocean,, was shooting up lumber ports
which Indonesia considers home! and power stations, and ruining'
FireworksBy waters. rubber and copra plantations, I
Further U.S. concern Is t.-- WASHER El
because probable operated mostly by Britons j AUTOMATIC ( -
Malaysia foe The Communists' mission Is
RALPH
DIGHTON
are attacking the federation at WITH FILTERFLONonClogging
dissatisfaction and
VANDENBERG AIR spreading
FORCE
its weakest
point the former
BASE Calif. (AP) Some of British Borneo territories now recruiting party members from Filter

the most spectacular fireworksever called Sabah and Sarawak. the Chinese community which ----' 3 Wash CyclesUnbalanced
totals than 43 cent of
more
seen by man have been per
More
than
100
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guerrillas haven a Load Control
the population. Indoctrination ,
staged free of charge the
over killed or ?
captured in these
classes have been uncovered In A
past few months by the Air
two states, which make up the
Chinese schools and even at
Force.
northern one-third of the island $10L66WT
Residents of Western states Malaya and Singapore, strongest Chinese picnics. I ,:0.a. .
can expect to witness more high states in the federation Guerrillas Tough i

altitude pyrotechnics as this have not been touched militarily The Indonesian-based guerrillas '
West Coast missile base continues ,
but are suffering from
an and Chinese Communistsare
,
to test fire an Improved I
Minuteman Intercontinentalrocket. economic Indonesia.offensive launched by; British respected They are as foes tough by, wily the )r "" :i h AUTOMATIC DRYER /

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1 The new Minuteman, designedto J
around the world I Is / -
1I overcome an early version'slimited Not so the third foe, the so- .- 1 i> is: : .4 HUT SELICTIONS
hard pressed to honor Its '
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called People's Liberation 4-WAY VENTING
.
.
I range with higher energy ment to defend Its former colon- I
Front. The British term this a
1I propellants has a much hot ies.
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bunch that smelled .
I ter exhaust. Caught In the middle but apparently ragtag ; $15966
I II II Ia Ii Is It Thousands Awed oblivious to the trouble promise in Brunei's oil fields '
and has been trying to grab
I This Is one of the reasons for Is the Sultanate of Brunei r-f .
them since under leader-
the recent unprecedented displays This tiny British protectorate, ever T.... Now red Got .n l.,.. $20 Chick
of E. Z Azaharl a local
ship
I of colorful and explosive anguishing amid rich oilfields boy on the unemployed lists.The WASHER WA 650Y From City of Likilond DA-630Y
contrails in the Western skies on Borneo's northwest coast ,
British E. Z.
stamped on
that have awed and delighted survived one revolution In 1962
and his followers quickly with
thousands. I but headed for deeper
appears both feet and they fled to Indo-'
The hotter exhaust means a involvement.
esia. He still Issues an occasional i DELUXE GENUINE
stronger and more dramatic Interaction Nasty War PERSONAL PORTABLE
proclamation from Jakara -,
with the cold upper atmosphere A British colonel Illustratedjust BEDROOMCOOLING

and more moleculesof how nasty the little war is Borneo.demanding an independent I ,-,..itl,.. Auto. Tkormoftot G-E PARTS e Llght.it-.Wlhi Only 12 Lki.
steam and combustion debristo getting. I A Truly Portoblo Air ConoMlonof | .._Doylight alai
Often all three foes team ,
act like tiny, dancing prismsin A guerrilla, his arm severed' up. 7'/ Amp 11} Veil Operation .Stir Flnojt ComponontiWow
the sunlight by British gunfire while leadingan Members captured of all in three one assault groups Incense Imtollotio We Stock A Complete -11-luck fcroon

s Hotter gases also explain the attack, was told he was dy- boat were trying to land guerrillas Line Of General Electric 1$ 95
explosions seen in the contrailsof ng. His final words were a China $14466
ashore from the South
recent Minuteman missiles. snarl: "Well get you colonial Sea near Kuch in I. Parts For Prompt Service jP W/T
Th" new Minuteman goes to bums yet"Another
fast and its hotter exhaust expands .I guerrilla, trapped by I

1I so rapidly that when It lunter.killer units of Gurkha ,Five Family
I streaks into a layer of thinner jungle fighters, refused to surrender -
air Its contrail seems to ex- and drew his only I weapon Members Die

.Diode a short bayonet, to make a I
Jet Exhaust Cooler suicide charge at British submachine In Home Fire _

1 Contrails are created when guns 1 1
the difference In temperature Against these men, the Brit CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) -
elite Five members of a family / 1 1 'S
between atmosphere and exhaust ish are deploying troops. i
is great enough to cause Alongside the Gurkhas are elements perished early today In a fire
condensation. Jet planes, with of the commandos the that swept their east side home.

their lower exhaust heat, run King's Own Yorkshire Light In- The victims were identified by
only at fantry, the Royal Air Force and firemen as James Hajas, 28 FOR
1I into these conditions THRIFTY CITY SERVICE JUST PHONE FOR PROMPT LOW COST REPAIR
and his four children-Terry,
Missiles have Royal Navy.
I high contrails altitudes until they run out of' Some of Britain's best anti- 8. James Jr., 6, Vicki, 5, and WORK. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK.

I'guerrilla strategists, men who Sharon, 3. I
fuel.On clear days when temperature .I fought in the nine-year war Hajas' wife, Judy, 25, was admitted .
and humidity conditions against Malaya's Chinese communists to St Alexis hospital
missile and are here.Helicopters ,with head cuts and suffering
skies over
air are bases right,in California are crosshatched -I rush troops from shock She was reportedIn TLp'lem Cmlq"quality

with white trails of through the seacoast mist and good condition. iI i

.team. lover green.blanketed mountains I

Missiles launched from the chasing the elusive enemy. Other Celtics In DemandNEW
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East Coast head away from the' Britons wait out the weeks Merchandise At Discount Prices'*
the and months In dusty, sun.baked
setting sun and out over YORK (AP-The Boaton -
few human -'outposts, standing to at dusk
ocean where there are Celtics champions of the
eyes to watch. :every day to ward off possible National Basketball Association LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN
attack. will appear la seven of the 10
Pitchers Stan Williams and Months Of Work double header scheduled for 1102 E. Memorial Bird. Phone MU 6-5185 6th fir Ave K, N.W. Phone CY 3-4129

Hal Remff of the New York In Tawau, on the east coast of Madison Square Garden here MON. THURS. FRI. 9 9 MON. .
Yankees are California residents Sabah, formerly North Borneo, this season. The Celtics also will to THURS. FRI. 9 to 9'

Williams was born In Enfield bands of 35-40 guerrillas have play three single games here. TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6 TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6
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WASHINGTON (AP) "Amerigo Vespucci whose "On his third voyage In 1501 .. _
WINTER HAVEN-An 83year. A plaque marking the point of r name all of us bear in our Identity 1502 Vespucci was the first to
oJ4 Winter Haven man has been Amerigo Vespucci discovery of as Americans was born 509 sight Cape Canaveral Fie, renamed -
charged in an accident involving North America will be part of,years before the death of JohnF In 1963 as Cape KennedyIn I JUST 'HARD A
his auto and an ambulancefrom the John F. Kennedy Space Kennedy yet In spirit and everlasting memory of the SNE Docsfv'T URE 4T's UP? z CAN 'EARAHYTHIN'
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a Negro funeral home, Center at Cape Kennedy, site deed they were contemporaries 35th president of the United NOISE, FLO -WIGHT N1 NClNOT'fIFITWAS' )?/ wi
D. A. Boyd and Sons The am- from which modern voyages of ," Johnson saId. States of America." ;;- BE SOMEBODY AFTER. 'ER

bulance driver was charged exploration will depart for the He added: In Vespucci day Beneath the Inscription Is the ME PIGEON TROPHY/N BS 'SO
with having an Improper dnv moon. the frontier ran parallel to the notation that the plaque was pre-
ers license The plaque, presented Mondayto I Earth, and for only a short distance sented "on behalf of the com- 0
Winter Haven police said that James E. Webb, administrator at that. But by the time munity of 21,000,000 Americansof I. _
their records: do not show where of the National Aeronauticsand he sailed his last voyage of discovery Italian origin" .. t 04 : 1 e
the ambulance was going, only Space Administration is be and drew his last maple .. 1 r
that It was on an emergencyrun ing prepared for'shipment to had made plain a revolutionary 1
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and that Its siren and red Cape Kennedy where it will go truth: That a very new Chiropractic
light were In operation at the on display until the center, now world and not the coast of Asia GET T' SLEEPMAN.
time of the accident. under construction, is completed lay due west of Europe. OffersScholarship
New Frontier Society BURGLARS WOULDNTPostmaster
AttemptedThe
Turn At a ceremony on the anniversary "In John Kennedy day the .L_ : MAKE A NOISE: r
auto, driven by Edward of Vespucci birth, formerU. frontier had begun to run per
Brown, ot 300 Ave B, SW, head- S. Rep. Alfred E. Santangelo, wndicular to the Earth, but only
ed south on First Street and New York state president of the[for a short distance at that. The Polk County Chiropractic General
Browft attempted a left turn onto Federation of Italian-American "In the course of his brief Society has made known the WORRY CLINIC
Ave. B, South. The ambulance, Democratic Organizations made presidency he gave) thrust to the availability of grants-In-aid to II
also headed south on First the presentation reach of discovery Into the far selected accredited colleges of!
Street, collided with Brown'sauto President Johnson In a message reaches of outer space" chiropractic throughout the Defends ZIP Codewhen Promoting CompetitionIs
as he attempted the turn delivered by his special assistant The tablet 20 inches high and United States and Canada, for
Brown was charged with failure. Jack Valenti expressedthe 28! inches wide has pictures of qualified men and women, lead Seen As Mistake
to yield to an emergency vehicle nation's thanks "to' Americans Vespucci and Kennedy embed ing to the degree of Doctor ol? NEW YORK W-Postmaster the (Zoning Improvement)
of Italian descent for the ded in plastic on either side Chiropractic.The General John A. Gronouskl said Program (ZIP) goes Into full i ,
John Andrew Boyd was driving unique landmark memorial tablet "He Vespucci was the first purpose of these grants-In- yesterday the Zip Code Is "absolutely operation, we will be able to By George W: Crone, Ph.D., M.D.
the ambulance. Police said which they have presented discoverer of the Western Hem aid Is to make available to ex- essential" to modern provide even speedier deliveryfor ..
that Brown car sustained dam to the John F. Kennedy Space!(sphere mainland," the tablet ceptional young men and women postal service personal letters' CASE S-UO: Cal Hershberger I Some editors bemoan the
age of $125 and the damage to Center" notes. throughout the U.S. and Canadathe "We could not possibly do, Gronouski added: The' simple aged 43, Is Sales Manager : fact they must carry a page of
the ambulance amounted to" opportunity of securing an without it," he added. act la that the more the public for the newspaper syndicate comics.
about $300. education In one segment of the Two weeks ago Sean P. Keat- uses ZIP Code the more sue that handles this column Yet that
I: A spokesman at the funeral Clamp Left Inside,Woman healing arts, at one ol the many ing N a w York Regional;cesaful we will be in movingthe "Dr Crane." he said as we to recruit comic children page I Is supposed and
home this morning said thati I accredited colleges. where financial Postal Director, said postmen mails." had lunch together
convert .them
records did not show where the Fatal Ordered help la a definite) need weren't reading Zip Codes on into newspaper
; Inquiry At the dedication ceremony recently, addicts early in life-Wore
but the
heading, and not for
ambulance was The prime prerequisite for envelopes might a World Fair commemorative "I am dumbfounded TV steals them away
owner of the funeral home John death due consideration of a grant.In-ale some time was unveiled to news by the
TORONTO (W Ontario's supervising Morgans was to a stamp
Andrew Boyd. took the call. under the Chiropractic Scholar- The theory, Keating said, Is collectors will *
coroner has been ordered surgical Instrument being left media But stamp action of a few | ,iMi.
Boyd could not be reached for to conduct an Inquest Into in her body after an operation. ship Fund Is the establishmentof that the address is more accurate have to wait until the exposltion big newspaperi ALAS, the usual comic page
comment this morning the death of a woman who Provincial Atty Gen. Frederick this need for part or full 's opening day to buy it In doesn't have even THREE
died after surgical clamp was Case ordered the Inquestinto financial help toward meeting He Indicated It may take two the nations post offices The 4'For exam. ,,, comic strips that are slantedto
the cost of tuition books and years to come up with a scan "
left In her body. Mrs Noer death and said: green horizontal Scent stamp pie on* of the j children In grammarschool. "
laboratory supplies and fees, by nlng device to "read" the Zip
TighterMortgage It will be the second such Investigation "' It Is obvious that we are the applicant. numbers, and by then he said, bears an Imprint of the fairsglobe and largest papers Look for yourself!
within a month. having a spate of these cases Dr Walter Sligh of Lakeland, the public may be more adeptin -shaped. Unisphere In this country I "Oh. we have a dozen good
Ena Noer 54. died last Saturday and I want all the Information president of the Polk County using the codeGronouski main mall. Is spending ) child comics," many an editor
eight days after she was brought out that can be broughtout. Chiropractic Society said that 's comments were thousands of DR. CRANE has told me.
SeenMIAMI operated on for removal of gallstones ." complete details and applicationsfor in a speech prepared for de. Dynamite dollars on ads But he thinks just because
Money : In Palmerston General\ Cass said an autopsy showedthe consideration of granti-ln livery at the dedication of a to tell Its readers about Its a child character is In a com-
Hospital. The inquest will be surgical clamp in Mrs aid may be obtained by contact new post office at the New York swanky week-end TV magazine Ic. that such a comic strip Is
BEACH (AP A conducted Coroner Noer abdomen, but funeral director Blasts Hard supplement
by Supervising i Ing him, either In person by World Fair opening April 22 fascinating to kiddies That
tigher mortgage money situation H. B Gotham who actedas : Jack Miller said the worn phone, or by writing direct this o He said that despite reports "But why should a newspaper not Cruel I
may result from a trend of,' crown counsel at the Inquestlast \an's death certificate made no office address 312 S. Ken to the contrary, the Zip Code On NylonsNEW go out of Its way to 'plug' Most of the to-called child
slower savings and the present. month Into the death ol mention of the clamp. He said tucky Ave. already is speeding mail deliveries for Its major rival namely comics today though
rate of new housing construction Patricia Morgan, 32, who diedIn it gave the cause of death as And it is being used, TV stations possibly
the president of the U.S. Toronto East General Hospl peritonitis. in five of the last seven World he said from 22 to 50 per cent YORK (AP-Dynamlte "It's bad to very funny to ADULTS, leave
enough run a
Savings and Loan League said burled In Pal scored is being blamed for the embar- grade achoolers cold.
tal. Mrs Noer was Series the losing team of the time especially by busl free
TV log to advertise one'srival
Wednesday. Miss than the champion. rassing and costly disintegration For they limply put adult
That Inquest II'c1.that merston yesterday. more runs ness firms which account for
'gM.; Mortlock, New 75 cent of all first-class of nylon stockings that has but why spend $100,000 words and ideas into the
per
additional and
York City the trade groups mail. been plaguing women and girls on car cards mouths of youngsters which
chief officer addressed the "As we process large volumes here off and on for 10 years billboards and even ads In thus appears comical to
opening session of the Annual of mall already presorted to Investigators were baffled un- other newspapers, just to tell adults, but not to children
readers about TV
Southeastern Conference of Savings Zip Code destinations" he said, til staff members of the City your ? programs Children want suspense
and Loan Associations "much more time II availableIn Air Pollution Control Depart- comics with brief balloons and
One likely effect of fie: current our post offices for the ment came up with this ex- "That would be like askingthe of the "continued story format -
tightening in the mortgage mar handling of personal mail. And planation: i railroads to pass out beau Alas there aren't three
Mortock said, "will be to tiful brochures cabling the
ket Stst such child
An inspector, hearing blastingat comics In America
halt the rise of loan maturitiesand I praises of airlines! I don't
financial !
a building site In the today Check me!
"
loan-to-prlct ratios Citrus Center district of downtown Man get it?"

Firmer Rates Seen hattan, acted on a hunch. He *

"As conditions In the mortgage Kiwanis To Hear made a test and-the department ,. WELL CAL Is entirely cor- Camera Club
market become more favorable believes major discovery rect.
to the lenders, they will Cuban Never' even mention your Gets PointersOn
RefugeePaul
that exploded competitor" is a truism whichwe
be reflected: by somewnat firm. s He reported
er interest rates and also by I dynamite had released nitrogen still emphasize in college
growing selectivity: by lenders Lastra a Cuban refugee oxides under conditions most courses dealing with the "Psy PhotographyThe
in screening borrowers and in who fled Cuba three years ago conducive for .hredding.nYlon.1 chology of Advertising"And
establishing mortgage contrac will be the speaker at the Cit. There was to spend $100,000 of a speaker at the Lakeland
turi terms,"' Mortlock said rut Center K I wan I Is club version through which cold air newspaper a funds to advertise Camera Clubs Wednesday
Mortlock told the group the meeting tonight at 8:15o'clock : above held warm air close to the local TV stations and night meeting was John Rauch,
nations savings and loan associaj'ons at the the ground Humidity was high: their programs via beautiful APSA.ARPS, from Orlando.
have experienced a sub- Gold Cup Res JPgZyqHtaurant. Dust content in the air was week-end magazine supplements Rauch first vice president of
stwtlal decline In new savings La k eland PKMaV heavy. I' is plain folly! the Florida Camera Club Council
use mid.1963 while their mortgage Terrace r All the factors combined to It is high time such Journalistic and honorary life associate
lending volume has remained Hotel.A produce nitric acid droplets, executives reanalyzedtheir of the Royal I Photographic
at a record level. e++ 'r native of which feed on nylon. These own aims and purposes. Society of Great Britain spoketo
The decline In savings was Havana, who i' droplets ate up stockings ., "I" don't care what you layabout club members on the I
blamed by Mortluck on Increased was graduatedfrom Arthur J. Benline, air pollution me," said P T, Bar- "Three Keys to Better Pictures
consumer spending and --U Havana control commissioner. issued num. "just" as long as you ..'

growing public participation in Normal and attended new regulations prohibiting -. mention the name P. T. Bar Also known for a print that
stock market. theUniversity when nylondestroying "
the
blasting num In
the
appears exi-
Frank E Schlegel Sr., Nor. I of prevail. He said permanent
-- conditions This adage of advertising bit at the Louvre. Rauch was
folk Va.. former first vice presIdent -.jpt. Havana, Lastra LASTRA he would ask the Fire Department shows Barnum'i keen under on hand to Judge Camera Club
of the southeastern conference : will speak to the to cooperate, because that standing of human nature. print competItion.
was elected president club on the present situation In department Issues blasting per Barnum thus wouldn't spendhis
He made
He will\ serve a one year trm. art.. Cuba what we can expect from mlts money even to attack a the awards to the
following:
w Castro In the future, the danger competitor by name.
Man SnowboundFor y. Castro representes to all Americans "!Woman Loses First place. Girl In Kimono".
and what can be done to BUT TO spend his own Gordon Cook; second place.
Two Weeks rid Cuba of Castro Court Case : money to LAUD the enemy- ham"Eureka", Mrs. Dororthy Stat-
: third place "End ofBachelorhood'
Lastra will also show a film' that would have been intolerable '
CLENWOOD SPRINGS Colo. on conditions as they existed In Hits DefendantWASHINGTON to Barnum and all other I' and tint Honorable, Avery Thomas;
Cuba before Castrto took control smart advertising experts! Mention.
AP stewing
( )-Toothpaste gum "Lantern", Gordon Cook.
and melted snow made up of the government (AP) A Newspapers are still the ma-
James Curriers diet during a The speaker is employed by udges dismissal of her claim jor educational force in America 'These prints are now on Ml-
week In his snowbound auto highIn Wellman-Lord as an architectural for repairs to a fence drew a not even excepting the bit at Sanborn Camera Center.
the Colorado Rockies f draftsman He/lives in fast reaction from Mri Florence public school system.
"Outside' of being weak I don't Tampa with his wife Emma I C. Thomas 60. : But a lot of them are blindly CALL REMAINS
feel bad," Currier said Tuesday' and their two-year-old daughter. After Judge Edward A. Beard acting like sheep and stampeding DENVER (APMJuote the
Two power line inspectors: dis- Lastra Is editor of "Free Homeland announced his decision Mrs after any big named day: Ed C. Johnson. SO, former
covered Currier huddled Mon ," a freedom magazine for Thomas pulled off a shoe and paper thai leads the way U.S. senator and governor of
day In the back seat of his sedan Cuban refugees in the Tampa rapped the defendant Alamo Instead a newspaper that Colorado, as he left a Denver
He was covered with blank NATAlll WOOD ACCEPTS AWARD FOX SOPHIA LOIIN-Acrrou N.tallo. Wood. nomlMNd Bay and Ridge areas T. Oliphant. on the head I expects to be a profitable enterprise hospital after recovering from
cts I for .. word hi mrkor ......", holds the Golden Glob voted by she Hollywood Fonft.il ProwAuociotion Citrus Center Kiwanlans in- Judge Beard also reacted even 10 years hence surgery:
Currier 37, 1 I. an actuarial to Sothio Ion o. the fomolo world. 11* fovorito. for IttJ Milt Wood wee a MMO! vited members and visiting fast I simply MUST take stock of "Now I haven got a gall
analyst for a Sacramento Calif.I for toil dromolt .et..... won ly Leslie Coron. With Mix Wood Is Gregory Peck s ....1... for bass Kiwanlans to attend the meeting 'I He sentenced Mrs Thomas to Its basic aims and reason for bladder-but I've still got pl n-
insurance firm. 4..", .," ester word which Sidnty Flitter wo*. IAP WI.h."'. 30 days in jail for contempt. I existence. ty of gall"

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DEAR ABBY: What does I mother do when I ion she leg student wants to do I 'lolo the has to put up $25 extra, ARE YOU THE S. / WHUTS ) OUST A COUPLE ALLGS' SENDERS IN N I AMKS,BUT) X'YOU VOJTT "

loves almost forgets the exists? Hit wife writes all the letter beiidea paying for lessoni all year. I am wondering why a LUCKY WIDOWER LUCKY NWONT OF THINGS BETSY PRAMS PRIVATE u AH STILL f'Mi OWL'.FOR |

from both of them, and they all go like this"Hi" : girl would have to pay $25 to dance alone on a stage if the YOKUM? 'BOUT t.051P4' NAMELY PLANE ARE AUrOMATtCAirY I' HATES y I lONQ, Mtig

"Dear 'If such marvel. If would tend DAISY MAE? COUPLE OP INSURED FOR X MILLION 'BEIN'A >V NEWS OF THAT
in
(no a were place
Mothers-nothing. Just "hi"): We art you my you. MILLION'WHILE / SIGI'J IoERE.!. WIDOWER!! CHICK GETSAROUUD.
fine. How are you? It li raining out. Just had coffee with your daughter to such a school? 5PON ;

',l a friend. (No name) 'Bye now. I have to get supper" MRS. A. C" q

Signature of both by wIFe. DEAR MRS. A.i It sounds like a very costly way to keep H, ;

How can young people forget all their mothers did for a girl en her toe. Find a dancing school without glmmlcka. ,

them? Where Is their appreciation? It hurts to be treated +

this way. Is there I solution? DEAR ABBY: I have a girl friend who has a boy friend

who lives on my street This girl friend writes notes to this
*
boy every day and sends them to him by me. I don't know 1
DEAR ACHING HEART: Although the letters rather
are
what these notes lay, but he doesn't seem too glad to get Ii' _
meaningless, an effort U
being made to communicate with
them and he never aends any back to her. I am tired of running _
you. You can't get love, attention, respect or anything else
these notes, and want to know how I can get out of it f Id
from
an offspring who doesn't wish to give It. There Is no
without getting her mad at me.
solution, but the less you dwell upon It the less your heart
GIRL
MESSENGER
will ache. 1 DO HOPE SHE wMEEPE'S 3we JUST HAD TO SEE THE
DEAR GIRL That's easy. Tell your friend you think she biEIr MOTHER AND BABY WHOSE

. Is being too forward. (She Is.) That the boy doesn't appear ME TO MY YOU APARTMENT COMB WITH ? UNOERSTCOD1t LIVES SHE SAVED.

DEAR ABBY: I have been considering giving my daughter to appreciate her notes. (He doesn't.) And you are tired of I NAVE SOME .PLANS FOR

dancing lessons. She likes ballet and toe-dancing. My running notes. (You are) And if she "gets mad," she's not YOU. I / 9 \

sister recommends the dancing school she has sent her daughter much of a friend.CONFIDENTIAL. A Jw

to for 12 years She says the teacher says her daughterIs aq

a marvel. TO RENEI Your friend appears to have

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the students canvass the town selling tickets for it. If a danc- him the first onel U0(0', t

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MORNING The officer who made the re- C N .R 'i t Lni
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port of the hit run accident
C .-,.." M. OnwwiM was II12/n
1 120-.M.wrN tfMrlat..' Arlyn Bragg, while the police- .

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Patrol became Fight For Dog PLiASa eciuwos' TD WORONIP A WITH THi l 4
TO IO..OV ArTIUNOONl Involved, the i roLLDW UP MY .. PRcMGNMILITARY) 1'1 '
patrolman sent to the scene was' Gets $43,153 Ik
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I I aO-0.11-_...l Ml U.InWriuSinger ON.ww.w... AT THE THEATERS I Anthony Fay 31 \r
a 2f-M..'!.C =:... Wrlda'lecY.e.1 ROCK (AP) A dog adopted son

a -Ow I.I- II a man's best friend and all of comedian Frank Fay, wasn't
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.1.3'T.... t..w.lrf.oWNCa.. Ted au", eo."..TnanY...." s too a ad "TII. that, until he gets mixed up left anything in Fay's will but
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f.os-.._" >>....... .. 110 ....., Sandy, a 10-month old half. the estate.
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TOd. throws 11.,41.' ........ 0... ., Cbihu.hui. Is In the possessionof Superior Court of Los Angeles '
Sues alar110." .nd "Th. .".. ...... Mn. Martha rc i. ,
Upton.
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ordered
radar Ylrout4 YNUraay: "Dr. ........ so Tuesday In approving
Nea" Mrs Lillian Baker Galyon has the final
GarlandLOS accounting of
Judy Tod.r. easy.red Tow TNuTte.,,.,: ".twwn/.'......" s.d. filed suit asking that Sandy be
1, ,. Fay's executor.
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awarded to her.
AP-Slnger e/LeeN. MOON DII".IN WHAT ACS VCOOKlft TOLD AW TO WANTS er TO Ifi
ANGELES ( Todsr CwH MrClll ind "TIM Clover Fay, who died In 1961 had PARSLet/ t7J DOING X Pur R AI20Lio THe
has sued singer Judy C_.....,.. Municipal Judge Quinn 'HAS LOOK APPGTI21N6 ,,I
Mel Torme ACBURNDALI OTHf CITlIf,. .. had vowed he would not try the willed his estate to I hospitaland WITH rrr yV ewes oc TUB HAM WHEN Ni SaRVGG R
Garland for 22500. 1M fan .Ifllbl STUFFS
Out ind Two Rod. T. He warned for
flh r case attorneys
church. The
His complaint, filed In Los Angeles AVON PARIC .l.n.: -...,* la NuAMTOW a estate was

said she owes him that RIo.'" IIPd- Onld'oor. ,*. .'.'un'dir. U Hi. I the women be ordered to settle It the out of estimated at $21 ,869. but taxes, Inn., .
vocal York and Ouohiwk,' court, or by courtto
much on his contract as HAINM _.. ...... RUHM, 1.n transport the dog from one debts and legal expenses re
of her television show AC."," end.. ..... AcroM ttAKI'WALES .
arranger .....I.d.. .. :woman to the other on alternating 'duced It to 193,193.
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PLANT cm-<:...,..I: Merit Pi.. days.
,
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A-l RADIO PLANT. CTTT Btirlll.. : 'w .....'. llTht But the judge decided yester .
Tm Itir8PBRINO The number J, which was carried
1 v PloHdt:, "010.., Afflll, day to try the case next Wednes-
t TV SERVICE 'StBRINO. .... Kw, Briv." all I on the late Joe Weatherly's/
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R." til PI. BoWAUCHULA >
J.- M. DI_. O.nrat. -- awrllM. "A Wilk {t0Irr dayThe racing car. has been retired
C. Pin., 1t. w.l .''d'" and 'W.rlo ewMY 3..on. .... .11 I.PI1 iWINTin II""N-II'LI' "Dr. SUMII.. women were "just at Irreconcil- from Grand National racing for 1.
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3, LittAt ADV nTiIMNT

.. tn LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday. March 12. IH4 Red Romania
IN tidE CIRCUIT COURT

China Finish TINTH FOLK JUDICIAL COUNTY,CIRCUIT FLORID*
.
Philosopher Will Durant Offers IN CMANCIRY
Cae No. enaa Oookit
Talk M
8 Day MART BUM Pies' : HICKS N*. an

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TOKYO (AP) Red China Plaintiff, I

|;|ViewsOfNationalMoralsHabitsEDITOR'S .I and Communist Romania finished WILLIAM HICK, :

eight .day* _of ..highleveltalks I I TUB STATE NOTICt OF OC tul"/*"' I

today in wnat IWUH. 1rV" FLORIDA TO

F NOTE Recent -- king called "a friendly atmosphere WILLIAM. ld.ne HICKHWho.ir. and: mal?
: : : ?,.
: I 'events hive stimulated! AmerU ," but the purpose of the UNKNOWN:
i
cam to take a questioning look talks remained a matter of You are hereby notified .that ..

::: at national morals and habits speculation.Some milt for dhorc .... bem", r '1
1 ., I asalnet you In th* above I li,,, I
.: k. with view to discovering what report say the Romanians -cauSE: Colt that you at'sreqoirad in

o' ;:d Impels our modern society. In went to Peking in an attempt to ..rv. a copy o t "
answer or other written ov ,
I this article written for The Associated to help settle the bitterideological .ipon WALTBR W. HA:?."!.i",,
Press Red attorney, When add
a distinguished ; feud between r,1.lntlrr. '
., Bo> 114 Ukelnnd i .
I American philosopher historian China and the Soviet Union. Ida, on or before abs Ird ,in r

.. :. : . .. : offers his personal Opinion tc i April A. D.. 1M4. and bet,.,, .
\ % immediately thereafter ,.
tn
file
""h
on these and other timely sub ire Clerk of the above styled < ,
Announcing jects. Kirk DouglasOn th* orla-lnal of saId .n.wer or olin
written defenie, If .n?.
If you fall to do eo, decree
The First By WILL DURANT : | Goodwill TripHONG oonl...... will b* entered '"0''Pro''''
-' 5 lou for the relief demanded In i'h.
Written For : ComplaintW1TNEM,
The Associated Press my hand and in
Annual KONG (AP) Actor neat of office at Bart.iw, |I'.
May I mine my head out of Kirk Douglas today presented County, florid, thl* lath day "I

the 18th century and speak my a $4,200) food van' donated by the (February SEAL) A. P. IP...

piece about the 20th? / American people to the Lutheran D. H. IllLOAN..f1l.
In the period which I 'x y- feed Clerk Circuit Cope
I am World Federation to help Byt LUCILB HA8T1MJJ

I studying-the last decades be- ( r, refugee children In Hong Kong I D.put Clock

fore the French Revolution-the Douglas and his wife arrived 11.181.'N .

I Individual was struggling to liberate Wednesday for a iix-day visit I

[ SL EDITION I himself from ancient traditions to discuss trends of the American THE HJS T'NT'Jj'A' JUDICIAL JT- COURT C''CUIT' OF

congealed creeds and stage with college studentsand 01' THE aTATI 01' I'LO"IO"
I IN AND FOR COLIC COUNTY
despotic states. Therefore he r-; amateur drama groups. CHANCERY NO. o,2li.n.nj

Idealized freedom against order The trip I Is sponsored by the HAMBURO BAVINOS BANK, a I

c .. To Be Published By The the: new against the old. State Department. Corporation New York Banking, Plaintiff ,,

'genius" against discipline. And V." I
j when his rebellions succeeded LaOAL AOVI"TlIIMINT VTALLT. POWELL sod |,
LAKELAND LEDGER I i IM The CIRCUIT COURT OFTMI MARIIARET A. POWELL,
:
I he tried to establish constitutions TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT his wife, *t ala, ,
that would weaken the j IN AND FOR FOLK COUNTY efendant; i
FLORIDA NOTICE or SUITma
I I Saturday March 28th itate and the church and Law N*. 1111I4.21.SI2 STATE OF FLORIDA
strengthen the right of the In IV KB: KORFEITl'RBO OK Taos TO O.:N.:RAL FINANCE!
KOLLOWINU DESCRIBED CORPORATION, a Florida
:
IT'S TIME WE TOLD dividual. PHOPFRTT5 Corporation.
The attempt failed for a time WILL DURANT Chevrolet Impale Tou are berebv notified that >
Serial No. n'A.I/411O: ,Suit ban been filed analnet >("J
10 i Franco because a quarter- TRw BTATB OF FLORIDA TO: and each of you, by HAMBVIKSAVTNUS :
THE WORLD ABOUT century of war reestablished Carl Ren Moon BANK, a New Turk
and It common denominator of the an indispensable aid In transmitting Box S14Highland B.nklnr Corporation, In tte abov.
succeeded -
discipline monarchy; public mind. We make idols of standards and City, Florida .nlltl.d cauee; and that you inhereby
In America and Jefferson transforming Porl Moon required to file your Anrer .
ii la screen celebrities who deliver- the savage Into a cltl- Boi 114UlKhland with .he Cleric of this Court,
POLK COUNTY'SDECISION gloried a governmentthat ately break up home after zen. we shall be charged with City, Florida anti 10 *.... a copy thereof upon
would govern a* little as n NatlonRl Bank tJ1. Plaintiff or plaintiff' Attnriv .
home. We give not only money hypocrisy, because too are ./o Burke Klbler "' "505. name and ddreta la
: I possible. but honors to writers who' sinners; ; the sins of'o lOll', B. Kentucky Assess ALBERT! C. WERLT, Attorney
E Individuals Protected I past I Lakeland, Florid Law, 1641 Central Avenue, 81
'i TO I i Throughout the 19th centuryin peddlo sexual stimulation. We will be exhumed and flung into ALL PERSON" FIRM AND Peteraburf, Florida, not later than
pass in wonder by some of the our faces: we shall be called CORPORATIONS () W N I N O. Merch 13, I....
England and America, and )HAVIN OR CLAIMING AN IN- If you fill to do ao. Decree Pro
41 I after 1870 In France, the aim of modern art exhibited In our museums timid and senile reactionaries. TFRKST: IV OR LIE!* ON THE Confeaao will b* entered ,,"In.t
and we dare not speak Yes we Ire guilty with the ABOVE DBBCR1BED PROP- you for the relief demanded In the
law In large part. was to pro- FRTY. Complaint.
: GO AHEAD out against It as turning our rest; we have been silent TOO AND EACH or TOO are The nature of aatd eult belttied
:tect the Individual against the stomach with the odor of de too Ion: and Dart of our tardy hereby notified that the above da- 'o' 'oNrlo.... D' ............ ....ft..
tI .law. la- make it difficult to arrest .cnlb.4 propert t'ae boon .I..d, iRn tl.lR.; .< iii-'B I, 41
Our
suspect or to convict an cay. ear are deafenedby righteousness may weubeduto under owl by .Irrol or Chspl'r pS IM Publto Reoorde of Folk
; 'I cacophonous music, but the lessened flow of In eel, P1'nids etat.tes ameudad, County, Flor'da, coverln*;!
; Send Copies of The Innocent man. Most of our literature we fearfully recall that Beet sap nod is now is the ::. ., ;',, of Lot I In Block B of Lake Roo.
) and social philosophy. our flesh No matter; let us the Bound of CllllnlY Commisaton' net HIM 0/D, k Flo'
11 DECADE FOR DECISION hoven was condemned by traditionalists -speak out. Let us say humbly are or 151. Cllunt. and you, sod Ida, aocordina: :: :. .t Iiternnf,
tl .. I.after 1850, was the voice of and without .rh of rot,. are h..b Canter M. recorded In Plat Book 4n. Pit ..
.: : 'freedom against authority. of protest but publicly that we resent corruption litton that a Petition, uner ...Id ], Pubtlo Record lit Pnlk
Progreti Edition we go to be deafened and Insulted in politics, dishonesty In Chapter ha been tiled In the Or- County, Florida; tOIr.tb.r mitt
of
\ !the child against the parent. again. We hear the wits cult Court of the Tenth Judicial the followln described It emi nt
: To Your FrlenJs. the pupil against the teacher, business faithlessness In marriage Cll'tlult, In and fur Polk County property wWch or. !incited In
i3. laugh at the old copybook maxims pornography in literature norlda .klnr the forfeIture or and permanently Inetalled .. a
Let s "Brag-A-Littlo" About Polk. of man against the state. I and we haven't the the .Id property. and 711U are part of lbs Improvements .n
nerveto In
: coarseness language chaos In
I Through many years like any herby dlr"l.d and required t. said landWITNESS:
with say that those maxims are music, meanInglessness In art. Ills )'our claim If any vm. hsSs. my hand and the ant
I .%> unplaced youth swelling still true. and ihoir cause, on or befor the of thl* Court, at Barlow, Polk
: EACH I genius, shared In that individualistic It 1* time for all good men to Jltn dy of March 11(4 If not per- County, Florida, thin OiLS day of
Let us speak out. Let public I come to the aid of their party, 1011.11,. eervedj with process hreln February A. D. 1M4
S : . I revolt. I do not regret opinion resume Its function asl whose I and within (M) day. from poroo",1! '(SEAL) D. H. SLOAN, JR.
COPY ,hot__ .rp.h__illnn____ : It Is the function _name u II_ civilization. ....10. If Deraonally .enrd ..llbproc. Clerk of the Circuit
: : :: ':.;: 1''' n. n and ... hetoin why the .Id 11"1" rourt
: ENCLOSED of youth to defend liberty arty .hould Mt b. forf.ll.d pur'.uant By Mania McBride

; : : ;: Mail or Bring Info Coupon To Innovation, of the old to defend to saId Coapter. h."ld yont Deputy Clerk
IN A middle Refugees Fleeing rail to file claim aa herein dl..ot.d, 0-TST
and of .
order and tradition, JudlPftanl will be .nt..d .....In
: COLORFULWRAPPER age to find a middle way.: anomie you In due rou...*. Persona
THE NOTICE TO CPtlOITORt
LAKELAND LEDGER oat personally aerved wish prone*1
1 But now that I, too. am old, I Stay obtain a ropy of the Petition IN THE COURT OF THI
.I wonder whether the battle I South Africa for forfeiture filed herein from the COUNTY JUDGe OF
I Cause
P. 0. BOX 408 underelcned$ Clerk of Court. POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
I Corner of Missouri & Llmo (I fought was not too completely WITNKBS: my hand and the In Re: Eatat of
won. Have we too much free: eec, of th. above mentioned Court ANNA LOBIH TRORNBUROH
I .Ukeland, Florida at Bartow, Florida, thin Irt day of l>. :....
25'EACH. 1 dom? Have we so long ridiculed :March, A.D., UII To An Creaitor and P....... HIV

: Enclose 25c each for single I I authority In the family disct-Britain Trouble ,a0)D. N: :m.J'R.. Inv Bald Claim E.ltei*r Demand AsaUiet

.l' copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. "line in education rules In art (ORAL) Cl.rk or Clroult Court Toil and each ef you, are her..
I ;decency In conduct and law 'In I'.TIINOTI_ h>y notified to file all claim and

MAILED OF I the state that our liberation has FRAI1CI3TOWN. Bechauana- ships and report to one of the UNDI" FIcTITIOUS lb.mande..It It which of Anna you Ix hesseeuir.t.l* Thorn-

FREE brought us close to chaos In the land Hundreds of refugees 'two political underground movements t4AMS LAW eONCtutf, buiwsd.uaaand...l. 4a. ,*(floa ntRichard
; from South Africa have trekked 1'0 WHOM IT OIAT : .
The African A. Countv Juil. ,
: National Bron.en.
Anywhere In the U. S. or Canada family and the school In morals -cross the rugged frontier into Congress or Its more militant Notice I. hereby purauant.five tit the that"FieItltlou tl'4IInder.llln.d at hi* offlc :In tn'* Court Houee atHartow .

L arts Ideas and government Bechauanaland, creating a rival the Pan-African Congress Mam Statute," Law or mnnth, FlorIda.from wlthin.Ineelen.due I February 17,
? We forgot to make our- touchy political issue between The Florida, section IOi 0*. will ....I.t.r
ANC with .
i 1 am enclosing $ . 5 more money 114. which I* the dat f th Sent
with th Clerk nf the Circuit
made Britain Court
when we and South Africa.In and better lublleatlon of this nolle Pach:
selves Intelligent organization at its
4. Plea Mail and for ,
qt ,. the Decade for Decision In Polk County Florida claim or demand moNt b* In writ
Edition ourselves free. the past three :years nearly disposal can provide trucks and u... receipt of proof nf th* publltatloa nI, mutt state tb* place of realdene .
Progress TOI How Much Freedom? I 1.000 persons have made the can driven mainly by whites of thIs notice th* flotltlmia and poet office add..... nf

Should we be free to commit' march from the vicinity of Ma. or Indians to take its supporters 1 lame, to-wltt under which IMPERIAL I am eniaaedn BRVKRAOB the claimant, moat b* mom tn

FOR and punishment eking or Zeerust in South Africa most of the way. The PAC buetneaa. I eipect to en.... and sins mull earn b will* filed become*e aforeaald void.ALBERT or
murder escape through mountain and dusty asks its followers to move Independently I In bualneaa at HIS W.., leth KET
on the ground of "temporary wasteland into this British pro. and often by foot Strain In th. City *f Lakeland, Kieoutor

::: (insanity?" Have our parolehnArd. tectorate. I All Beach Bechnaialand Florida That the sect* Intereeted In sold A 4It".oy'nil; WATsoN foe-'kmutort.ehnlad

been. too centle humane They Include a few whites and bU'I.... enterprise I I. a* follow.
-- Florida
w
: ti; i- From Ow..,.
; $1 approachable? Should we Indians alone with Africans Johannesburg refugees B BADALAMENT U-TII
land be Dated at Lakeland. Polk County
free to sell, to any minorwho Some arc left-wingers and others may moved to Basutoland or Florida, Maroh 11. lilt.J.T' IN THe C'CUIT' COU"T,
tlTY the most ob- confessed Communists. Most Swaziland two other British ( .. TINTH JUDICIAL' C'"CUIT.I'OLK .
STATI has the price,
; I protectorate neighbors COUNTY, OIl'DA.
. . . ''scene -the moat deliberately irt fleeing from political Imprisonment Africa but for those who of eventually South NOTICe OF tALIMnrch IN CHANCIRV.
in South Africa If 1M4 Ctie
N. USM Docket at
'!and mercenarily obsceneookof where racial segregation is demanded reach the main outlet of I TO '1oon!\( IT MAT CONCBRNl I'.t. No.AN'NABRI. KM
I -
while we deplore I You ar* hereby notified that the
MAILED the 18th century by the government Tanganyika the road must go Ifollowlnr motor Vehicle: HUgimPlaintiff. :
HAM of crime unwed through Bechuanaland .
the spread at sometime nasa Yard 111. SCO LL .,
-" )
-
I motherhood, and venerealdisease Refugees Said Terrorist or another. Serial No. IUS77.11S I HBNRT WILLIAM KrSTEO. JRDefendant ..
FREE our youth? South Africa regards the refugees The refugees move west to the will be cold at public eale at It:OnA.M. i
among .
ADDUSS [vicinity of o'clock on the 17th day nf NOTICE OF SUIT
Mafeklng
Encrust
Should divorce be so easy that as terrorists and criminals or March, 1M4 at Commercial Credit THH! STATE! OF FLORIDA rOt
function of' who will eventually return to and, if they have been in trucksor Corp., 1401 rnim Florida AvenuLakeland .. HRNRT WILLIAM HU8TED,
Its
.: AnywhereIn loses
: -. marriage South Africa and attempt to cars their big walk begins Florida. I R.I W>oa. neldenc and
: : : CITY STATS promoting sexual order and overthrow the The march through the mountains Ire proceed of the ut will Iapplied malllnt addre la:
government It .
: : the discipline? Should advertisers and dusty wasteland can ... flrat to the payment of the. c/o JRaymnnd Hunted,
I family is attempting to negotiate an extradition .1. of retaklnt, atorlnr and Oil..f 191 Lest Broad.I.
:. be free to multiply their treaty with Britain. rover up to 60 miles and take, saId motor vehicle and the coal lal... N... J.....,
'sales of violence, or The negotiations have bogged three day. nf publication of notice of eale and Tou ar* hereby notified that alult
U.S. by picture
Ih.n to ta. utlafutlon of th* bal..n. .
The for divorce filnifICaloal
HAM refugees make for hu been
planned
propaganda for down on the definition of "politi .. due under the contract Wilt
by persuasive rendezvous you In th* **..". llceneedcauiei
points in Bechuana
cal refugee." Britain's traditional MR. WILBUR W. 8UMMICR8ovcrlni .
I branded asI and that ar hereby
;: _ _ _ _ _ _ or !products officially policy Is to help political lend They are put into trucks the flnanolnv of laid motor required t* *erv. you a copy*of your
: ? Should a few old men vehicle. Any eurplu will be ..
PWi ADDRESS I injurious refugees. and driven to Lobatai the main son Dr other written defenne
accident of *eInionty paid !. yea end you will remain upon WALT.R W MA.NLKT,
by the center of Southern Bechuana
CanadaBE be free South Africa's economic liable for balance .-
any .malola, plalntlfT ... ddree*
_ _ to obstruct government stranglehold on the protectorate land, where they report as rfu- unpaid under Mid contract. la P. o.*Roi attorney J54 Lakeland..h. Florida -
F\ :j CITY ITATI preventing Congress from might be a factor influencingthe [gees and, without many questions rOMMKRCIAL CRIIDI'1'CORpORATION' on or before the 4ih day of

. . . by considering measures recom- outcome of an extradition being asked are given a I. I. BARIIIR: April A. D, IM4 and befor or
mmedlauly thereafter to fie with
ORDER the president? treaty. permit to stay three months ss Credit Man..r ,!'. Clerk of the *.bov* tried Court
mended by But Britain would face outraged long as they don't take can in tMI?. lb. ",I.lna' .., ..,.. ...__ _. ..101.
questions -' -- -
difficult
o NAMI These are African opinion U Itarred political activities IN TNt C..CUIT COUnt0i written defeneee. If lit?;
YOURS I requiring careful thought, and I to return bona fide Bechuanaland is three times THU TINTS's< UDICIA" Cm-. If you fall to do eo, deer* pre
answer to political CUlT 01' 1'011'04' IN AND confeeao will 0ennarndeealnt
have no dogmatic refugees to South Africa. the size of Britain but has little FOR cOLic COUNTY. IN you tor th. relief demanded In the
ADDRISS I any of them. I know that severity I Refugees and police say Be- reason for existence except a CHANCIRV.RONALD Comnlelnt.WlTNEM.
NOW doe not always 700-mile stretch of the main U PATTRRJIOX my hand and official
rhuanaland is but of
of punishment one part
cell of office at Birtow, Polk
I prevent crime-though I the refugee escape route that South Africa Rhodesia railroad -.- II III'lalnllff County, Osridsthin Ind day of
CITY which runs along its eastern :March. A D. laSt
STATS of punishment ;begins in Johannesburg and ends CLA 0. PATTERSON,
. . believe that surety how in Dar Es Salaam Tanganyika. flank and some big cattle ranchs. ',,'.odo.t, (HEAL)
-
It. I know D. If .
I would deter NOTICI TO DSFINO SLOAN JR.Clod.
., ['They call the route the "Pirn- TO CIrcuIt Cn..rt
U
should : JLA PATIKRHONco
hard It II to say who For a few weeks of the
pernel Road. year Mr*. T. KprouMS 11" "I"UN A. PtRVll:
judge what Is right or wron,. rain turns dry river beds into' kalaer Street Doput CI.rk

; I obscene or decent, and where Last Stan Desolate roaring flash flooda and brings Alabama City Hub-Hallo 0.751.-_
) ; some to the I' Uadedeo, Alabama NOTICE OF ALI
; censorship should stop once It Hundreds of refugees have green land. Host of TOU ARK HERKHr: etmed alatvh, IS 144
q I has begun. I realize that the old used It but many must have the time it is dust.IChiang's I hat suit ha* been brourht ...In.1 TO WHOM IT MAT CONCUR<
I been daunted bv the last stale- coo .. the Circuit Court of the Tou *r. hereby notified that tit*
...., moral code. designed for an agricultural .'..ilh Judicial Circuit of Florida following motor vehicle:
society-in which marriage a marcia through the Crossing Son In and for PotS County, In Chin- liis Ford Falron Fn.
CITY STATS {Mountains II I came early. children were across the desolate. diuty, scrub '40 tao sranlliif of relief helm nut ae mid at publlo aal. at 14.en
and the family was the and bush frontier In Divorce, and yon are hereby required A II. o'clock on th* 17th day .f
_ assets country.
'Named To Post t* IU. Will if* Clerk of March 1M4. *t Commerrlal. credit
unit of economic production Is the mountains and in the flat mid Court In Bartow, florid, Corp. 1401 South Florida Avenue.
I Inevitably breaking down In an wilderness beyond it are no set either. penonally or by *n tttor- Lakeland. Florida.
..,. your wrltte seine or other Th of tan sale .
tlements. Food and water must proceeda will ti
: industrial and urban society TAIPEI (AP) Gen. Chiang deCo,..*. If any, I* th. Complaint applied first to the payment of lb.O01a .
where marriage Is deferred be carried. Ching.kuo was appointed vice In said cult on or homes th. llth of retaklnir, etorlna and aale
The "Pimpernel Road, from d..i : March 1544' and Cs Siren of sold motor vehicle and the coot
: children are liabilities the Individual the sparse information gleaned defense minister by the Chinese a sop apt.u 'talatif4'. ettorneyL5onUay of publication of netlc of sale and

and the corporation are [from refugees and the police Nationalist Cabinet today. I ,* Mlii Rlleworth,,. Hinder,. Corner, CarrCblle of, then to due Cbs under MtlafiMtlo the of th. bal.aaoa .

: the units of production, and the, who are trying to block it. begin I He also I* minister without Lemoa sad Haul florid ........... MR. BRUNO MASUTTI contract *wlta
protective anonymity of the individual in Johannesburg Thosewho portfolio in the Cabinet, chair- P. 0. Boa 4W. Lakeland. Florida MRS HOtLET MA8UTTI
I If yo. fall to do an, a Decree Pro
it lose oovorlni the ftnaoolag ef acid
us* themselves in a mOolor
of
the
In the crowd hampers man Vocational Assistance
city Confeeeo will be entered for the vehicle. Any .nrpl,. wui be
I the functioning of public Tart sprawl of African town- Commission for Retired relief demanded In tan Complaint paid to you and you will remain
IN< WITNESS!: WHEREOF I lIable for
SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED opinion as a moral check and Servicemen deputy secretary ..live hereunto **t my band and unpaid and any r said balanco contract remaIning
: stimulus. Workers Will general of the National Defense the Hal of tr* Circuit Court In.nd roM\tJlRCIAI.: CRE.Lir?
IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL Council. director of China for Polk County Florida, thIs CORPORATION
INFORMATIVE the
Public Guilty
Opinion melt day of February. 1X4. J. L. BARBER
I But with all these excuses Youth Corps and the son of /./ D. H. SLOAN< Credit Manager
EDITION THAT WILL TELL InterviewNegroes Clerk, Circuit Court 0.101..
: and doubts public opinion has President Chiang Kai-shek. 11-'01.
_
I
THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY I been guilty of criminal and NOTIcS UNOI" FtfTtTlOujNAMI NOTICE NAME VNDI"' LAW I'CTITIOU'

I cowardly silence in the face of CTATUTC NOTICB III HERESY OITJlt
Tampa I Town No TO WHOM IT MAT CONCMWlNolle :
Longer that Ih. undnrulgnod' .
IN WORDS moral disorder purau.nt to
growing crime. <
I* hereby liven thai the] tlto ""PIctltlou Nan. Hlatute"
and taste. We .nderaltned, la oompllaao wltkctlon Chaptw Midi
deteriorating

PICTURES and ADVERTISING have been afraid to speak out workers TAMPA will(AP begin) -Interviewing Volunteer Requires Masks (",.....,Utlo.santo.. Rome, taw Statute"of Florida, will. Oroltcore mIll releter with, tm Florida tr and. Cl.rk for statutes ef Poll th*,

lest be considered old fash- reitr with the Ork of th* Clr
we County, Florida, ot
ELKO. upon receipt
Tampa Negroes next Monday to Nev. (AP-After 46 cull Court I and for Polk .
Coua.ty .
proof of the publication ...
NOTE: To hove your firm representedin i toned and Incapable of adjusting determine what skills they possess -years. It's legal to go unmasked Florida, upon receipt ., proof lire, th. flatiti Susan me of of D.thl*A D.
ourselves of the publication *f Ibis .ot....
to changing norms in Elko'i Aeaoclatee under which lbs nnd.r.sienod .
and whether they are working public buildings. the flefltl soars ms, t*.wit! wIll I
this issue coil J land ways. We tolerate. and al- in jobs for which their train A city ordinance enacted In oed.'r whIch I will to... I. 01 .idvtrUalnpranotMa enfate In Ul*and bualnei manment -
our children, to be formedby n.... I nort S Oatsaao In ..
Bob Powell at 686.1151 Ilow, pictures that habituate them ing qualifies them. the 1918 Influenza epidemic required new. In tIle Half at ....... ,Jolln"'i'I 'esan n aervlc U 5. Hlihwiy at the office l| taM ad-
The program Is sponsored by all persons to wear Rat Memorial Boulevard l P. CI. N". 5044, Leheleed, Pall,
;to crime and violence to the the Tampa Urban League and Is mask In public buildings. City That of the lakeland.'I Horlcla. l'n.mty. Florid., beelnulpe Macdo
party Interested In
eald .. Isis,
heroism of flaunting a gun and under direction of Robert Someone he.in.ssent. ..
Car noticed the law still reel I. Linda Har- I 1JIo..t Lakeland, Polk Countr.
I to taking the law Into their own roll, head of the personnel division was on the books so the city land roll,eole Florid amour. 114 falmola. Lake FloridsLbs uSeS day .( March

hand Wo patronize products] of Sperry Microwave Electronics council repealed it Tuesday Dated at Lakeland, Polls CoiJ ....]I us44. CHARLES C SOCKERr

t ''sold by appeal to the lowest Company' Tampa plant night I _. "onda. *".>nr7 100 Mt- I\7-105 1010 Owaur

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1'1'-. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1* BUSINESS SERVICE EMPLOYMENT HORTICULTURE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE r k AUTOMOTIVE LAKELAND March 12. IM4 U


"DA. 4 List und Found 36 Lewnnewert & Servko 53 Help Wonted '..m.I.nCILI.MT 76 IonducspieghARDY 97 Artlclii FK Salt-Mitt. lOB Planes A Musical tnit.OMB .:, 121 Mobile Homes RENTAL RENTALS-

LO.T: .IA.... .." I'b... II1J Itll'AIR8 Oil ill *". 1..0. i9
r..310 or IOU 1-700.. .n and ...11 aUt.Ia., .rtl. JOB ipportinlty for SOD CO. Q tr A I. I T 'F RICOtOIITTI0010oork Banun 000 furl.hld Aparf.nh 131 For Rant Mbtallantan
) alOrdlild-1P050I400ilt. Asa :20 to AH"QO.. OW"B TIRI.
aitai oablT oi000m. I.. ..... ill .. ,
LOOT' OAKARY oa ripalra. U SI. Florida I I 10'
: csiiit.. AutoMottress 10 in .mall afflM r.t h. .u ONI
) > .. 00* dicta "pffiS.. .., I' .I BBOROOM taraao sport.ir11I1
.Irl. Sod 001. OCI .,
1115 "Ot\.la 1Ior1l. I .1 .r .101 115Aris. 2 3111. Blrart Oordoai ;
"" af Iii 000. Uon mi .
Bouta Horn tnulrtd Oood frI.., pin \ I Child Oft co 1111.
Ptso. ; .. .. 400000Ilarliop
YII A. ... .. I I.NT
) To''....... Mi.Mil. '''301.J7 -Ml. Call MO 04121 lop .... C.D Co..oo 071000 1.01 A.b.r.d.l. COOio.4 .a.l. ....00.1. .". "0. fumIld .Ii0ed .

t. j : ..1.1..1. Sip rl O1UMTP .0 04105' HER .I.JMI. Mai Rudr lol'. 117 Bail II.

rn.IUnr. S Pinonal Notices l.uv.l.i0I100VTING..s., IDDLEAOED loADI.. Illht- ACTOR WORK. Mowlni. dllc TirE CLERC SALE LAKE PRaB. Inrily b'.Dd.mortal "'d.10 .." .

MATTHEW I .u..kwplns and mild tan. Mow. Iou. sradlu and plowlnf. Bpa.clallaa 99 Beat, Melon, Suppllw WITS AUTOMATIC 0. M four .. bath.
: .I .hlni or Ironlni, praa aparlnirnt In yard ..Mtlni Md tradnt 0110501151* 00111501.0 I'rloOa Ta Tka .I. Moon uirao room iiudl. Ir.133 Mobile Haniii
, 001. 0011. .004 taoIst' .... sod tU MTJIO., Act Matlr.,0 COB. with amall .11.". MU 1SIN. WII-S4I7 IN I73S. YOU PLAT a wMatt Mlady U 0'.. cliaranoi h'.I. tint floor MU 44734rwo ..
soorU 0104 Paa,. toll 17' Cabin Crulvr wltk .a .nt
$ 011 IOU 0-4000 Phop MO ...1. M .IU your rlabt bald and ..... .
101 iSIi101ta, CuI0.r.o. $.rd.o.! top Bvlnrada rlMlrlo Mart moUi 1M. ebb. c.nlral,
.U'.II,
..
It U INSTRUCTION and lilt tralitr M7I. MU 9-1403 .. .10 DEE'S PMoala .Mr. and bain Utlil-
tRADINO 54 a I
STAMPS richaniod Wells-Pumps Help Wonted Male o Free Rent.
or fIG Sooth 0001. ..
r ''' Ui. ..,. U. Ir'loe Xafirancti r .
SocIAL AI"" .... S07 Bait IUM. ._ t vary tlrot .
" "I'r 1014I. LET "ONTGoMEII'l 14 ii"L0sl 5101 111..1. robIn. ,- RBAR MAT MOBILE I HOMES: .1. 11.11.POUtI

\ ''' LOW' BUICom ...... lOt 175015 P01W ..11 end.. ID..II coup W. .yaw drIll, EMPLOYED, riunalft NOWr RHUBI Wait ca,.to p"'t10 o- Sckatli .ro0r.. "II...rl.NP.I..h.Mo 70011 1101 100101.50511or. NazI-. on dUplayl* ..tu 0,1 BOW ..N. WnbMh 05711-5501 Wall II.and b.l.American Wall'.ta. Free Towing. .

Ctintnut Howl ....107.. Dr. I'b... 1111 Cl 14113.:II 00110 II .11 Bon ssi Lataland. FLORIDA LARGEST and BMtmodira oil 8,010.. ....J..I. IIU 5.07015ITIO5.04' CANNON I 1000 "AA IU'400'. T.i, nllura. adulU' .r.. Sue
,...... tadMHiada, .., MUSIC CO. .I loll Asoll I
.", dm ao 'ILL' PAY 0000 DO' 00011 10. 3 ,pnuty aihaol Likiiaodixauty 0001., f. kll. I r..
, AuiWIan curtain. twin ...- ..... III trIll epori0.r for OdsiOlDII Collraa. Ill .. Pint It Aluminum boat 30.. Pterldo Awl. 1'.114'. '. ., in iinlral Florida mint olIn
mew rods tat 50010 I' HP *lth only 00051 II iboarl. ATTRACTIVBLT FORNIORBD .
intimation Run. Com.I.IoOI, rimodiltd O.on i .50lodtwobdroom005rtmotol. modern park
EMPLOYMENT air oondllpla
.r.ai at _' .. lo cluxin IronCtmiBTIAN 001'ioI .tatl.o Im'lI looaI. 110.... .. .00 ...b. Day WU S.. Prio ..a'0. yiiit .o"u"m.
\ r moot ....Ir... .u_. parllni MU I48Urh I41P Miami IU.4110tvnotrjtit ACRDIOH. 11 MM. I 00100 0001715 00401 105w 150., oulh' Florida. bOon UV 3. .clrcli mokUhoix rinch

Spatial' II OR II MO hamion. ,: 52 Help Wonted -' NO' EZPERIEMCB raauind.. coNDmoNino ntrinr* II POO'I' ...." 30 lIP Morro : hi., .till .ChedrolPI' lliAUi. .... IlotoolOlirIoU SICB DUPLEX and laraia all I faetlltlM D ma Il
attention tltra. to tlon ... iuirinl 'o raiti ,1r5,01lI condition
.. .P..t
" mn D. Wo 10
'bbitt Trilnmi farnimad ill If"'''. uuranea 'rolD 100 _. : It plui an all n.w raeriatloi pulldiniIT'S
m.nt. furntilwd N.
'" '' tIe. 01041 ., 000 b 010100L 001., dabll la Lakllnnd. Write t'oInm..loI: Tradu 10.01. m.lDr with II 1,0.0. lImo attar ... ., MMO (I Gorada r.ltb avooncilvibla .. W.'o .
own sod '''lloor. loch rm. MU I
I-IW. 00500. tol I
IXPIRIBNCe ., for 07500. C"'rI.Dd.
100.00100 040.. Btartlnl pay m 00 par Work IbIS 10. M.l0k. Lallisod LId- ... l.k.I. .. o" 1. ALL NEW
90'
AIJ'I'!) 20111Y1011CI. H.. .n ...- 0.040111. TI.... 'oro ...r. iiut ba marrIed and kriwam aai Itl.bl.n' 0-coot. YAMAHA CONS. ._. .n.... our Irks .. It 1HO Chrolrt .,. lil. 'o Irol..
I'''' CI5000 .D IfllUrI00 11th, ), 70.0. 0141100, .._..... ..11., u and 49 Fbana SS1 MM for TWIN 3 HP ..,., ..I... Hlitiait ." and 114.blllty pickup and ... ., l '.. I.. Drive Out Today To
InOi'b. nonuii .. par Call MU .-..8. ha.. IfU 041713.. atamiwWE "00044. Good 000411100. lAO los. "' .III rl. ir.il.r. undod with Mtraa Li... kllchm. acracnid P.h. ba.
LIVESTOCKI III Lo*. 'ODP' 11011I.. IfoosPork. do A....-TI.. -10' 10.1 for I.M. our prlca only IOB .. PhIl. M 1-0120 0 e.23
DODYB FABRICS RAVE HnaiMlaM .0.
J039 North awnlBia torwa Y.llowilono CIRCLE M
lorlda. Dotes out of ....... AM ..bIU.... Wat a... bo.woan 010010 tUI. nmplotl Blnpi four 0roodero Ir.II. NICELY FVRNtBHn duplo"Woodall
, .'1 'atUrni lOt Joe ..110.., Ite. City EmploymentMALE 01.. .... ., II and 41 1'0" 8.'LI Glob. S H P. ool110154 0110.11100 b' laOlln. lull II in Our 1,401 inly .. Traitor, Park Ju"

'" I'r. .001510 Intaraitrd II aiaklnt. vp Dogs, Cat, fits ...o..r. IoIk. .... I'll. 1:011n..llla. 10.'b "''o',. 904 Cirourrl ramnrr. H. .11. -:1.C'...1.._...>14 11..1111 MOBILE HOME
I : Slo.000 .
orUI'I' Solo.. -
a mr plui top
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8.I.IIOIJO-.4IVU I..It.. rMlal PIANO: MA8OM and Hanlln Can for 01.500. Ban oioo b. 10Oirpay "I
for A....... and Hay ....r. Pr,. Aoraanllni ...... ant* ... .01s0101.> wltn Polk Comty load. BOARDINO ROLL It...... 01.. walnut BIIPIMIVO ,1... alral aamprr. Haw, luta lotI dIAL CLIAH ..r. Two odAlfe. This Week's Special
d.raonitntlon I Kunncl-Dli. Mart cutler _Iono... ni Cb..I..PI'.tb l atalrr, An. ChrIs and Tad V.a Allan. ft* 03 Fornlhirj & Applloncn I banam Call Bartow 95. Our prlcl inly 1MB I no POtS. 000cC 101 II .pr..te
Irlbulor. :MU Nona Florid An Lab taebnlilan. midlral .Dir 11 In Norm porion Florida to Mr Annwotan C. C. H.. ,... ,MuiMrr.. I.b..,. Pbona MUPOODLB 531..720. Auto lam. lOtS Ia.t Allis I Al.. N. 114 O.'hl. New
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Ret 0401.0 Blnat, MU 9 .MIO.HOUIIRAIL. .
I JuTS... .;,, 15,00. I irBIOIRATOBS. W A H U'RIOHT ..1,101.00OOtldl0fl Pbona PURNHHID OR Mml' lur'"hl 50 x 10' ROYCRAFT
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.10 100150 500.0.5110 tree. .
7 itudi pup ,..,... ... lit ManTanaliwood 14$ Morton Orlra Fhana MU
TnmiportntienWANTED' Tut repaired
Prompl I
thtntn 011..10.. o..tee ba ... ...,. oxpurtwrvlop. $4995
1--- 1 Mll_ Roil
Trallar Park U
... Shop B.a i li for food UMd 110 Restaurant ] 3..181.I.
WANT 1110 sod "0" por .. 50.01. ... ap
PA88ENOEM to Drip OTHER 'I.' 004 III. I tI000SO.I'... 0114r.llo ... Ro... $004000. I IIUIOM row &...,...., andlorn Eculpm.n' ParkKPOR 3. and 4 ....01.. al I.,! Ba.. Weat Arlana St.

P with car nwnm Iscolof lor FEMALE COSIt100 Sill y..... 1'0. AKO raalitmd Poadli pui>- I dualar. Nlta Day TT.Aptll IC. AIM, BALf Trallar. ( ill. ,.m- Lakfland. 140 la .'ull on .101
1111'01. wound: Mar lit. MU I. : d..10 Ch.orolct. 110 500110 7r.Toll .. .110.. .. .. 000 11110. I nc... luo Auburndala Rd I .MACKN. Prild.r..,.,.. pliiolr avulppid inolumm TV. I'. option to .." .. ..., T Day t o I P.M.
dI..n.
14V 1110. Bon wtar dint mir. 'd. f.m.I.. Call IOU .J2'1.. I MU1171 let. .te.1'rn. .. t.. ... anMnna. ,lana hot wiw, 8e.JJo

Crrdll BalK lady ......1.. 8UROKRY h.lp ..ooWd. WANTED OOOD homai for out i VACUUM CLIANBRB .r.bull rmadllMntd I OUroti. Phono .b. P.Iir.boro 'hit.r tnd altachrd oabana I... TUblO APARTMINT furnl.hu. CL.AH "ODIRN Ion.I.hrd boom.SrilrL

. Laa Mlmlcla pilrxaiklw olImbO... oolooOM 01,15.104.. brautlful black' part "" .. sod n... Repaln. partiUruiflild '-I'1 001lort.lii 10. Both trOll. and taoaaa modlral'
BUILDING TRADES BookkMper Call 033.24 10 bOor 4 .. ono Blimrn eat Corp InMllli. ...." .. 1111 Clnaland ,lord b 01.00 roof LarawdHilltop I. on. b.droom furnlahtd CaAHAOI ..Utllill.0. .

Houirkxpir in IIV....olllu.. MAO UNION 41 for dOlt WI- -'-Hou. .f$rok.n...n.ut.rtd. MU I. !HmhU' SlId. MU IM07 Sporting G.... 1 ._Trallitr"..,.Park.. .lolmorIplootI -... MU .. 'u .0..11 ...rrl.hed.lu. -.. .3

14 Building, Corpenterlni wa INN. mr '1. 1 H."D or IsIs W.I.. 011. .: .Ol.nn< 0,0140. n Iddl OHI IIDII ...,lm.n'. .... 3001.

Bat nald. inr '1. ''DIttd .latl". labor 1410 WHITE OIIllMA" ....*.... auto OPRN HOUSE Apartw aimpini K..I IdobilS Pool. ION ,honerol. I, d.r.. 01.11 ..h.D'I ONE 500500)05 10,01,0.4 kIll.l1 .
RCOnNO WINDOW MANY OTHER "10401'. Co..ploto Idaloirl pro5100. rot ..1. Im ."'d 100 .hllt I.. SLIGHTLYDAMAGED Him. PriTltw 1M4 modili : .. for 0000 IIU I.J....
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aluminumI iala for tall. Rrawnabli. Mooch II Plan or'., and rafrM
*00)' IllS task Momorl.1II. % IBI .2. -
APARTMKNf.
..... porcbai rapalra, altorai ... LAkol.d. 10100(0 I JO '''1 70105 ... ..t\8. D.PCRtAKER. 11541'. I'"U'. a and bath III.... ONe BKDROOM Irallor .IUi ta.
i. 10 Boalhi .. par s-I Rm 208 Arcade Bldg. .. ilerrp whid ro.dllo.. furnlluro 01,001. .1"1 boll. Llihli. .Ur furnuhrd.
Sea a.00 op pore IIU 3-0041 for .
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000traothi011001._ IniuradBan. OIlMAN .HOIl1'R41111 1010101port. I .Inn Ed A df.r.. Part 11141 N.w Tampa H IlingoI .nr BouUiiala MU I Laundry farilitln aoatiakla. J 01ortfl
PDOD' IIU I..U. A. ....... .pool..n. 030. MU 5-7300 101 11m. II.d. pinillai Park Ill 051. ** 11William o.n.. Florida. (M.loll.

MU JOBS.. P. .... *801000 1040100..00' WANTED .. 1963 14' refrgerator.freuerlcombinaton 0101110 MALL MODIRN .
S3 : COCKER apirtmmolo.au
Hill Want.d Fimol '1..1. 1.\ put II PURIIIlIID IPAR'' 000 50011,1 OD Soslio.
CARPENTER. BLOCK and br Ie,, 00. 51555 .oro 11I10 1110 00dork 0.. 11117 HIOI _.. r..... CiA with freezer at .OAUOB. Brownlns Inlaid Ui automatlotwfivitt sod 30' .. J. I I. ,. for .d.'" 114 Baa .tol to .lScw. ou
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work Florida ........ Fraamalai. .11.. W.1TR181 WANTm. 500 II 00 Moipllal No.0 It and.04 Ufa Sold Iniaranoa OtOold, IIU "-161'. Retail value ; 1100. 019.Old. paw Lak. Dm Trallar ... LImO. Phono MU 1.720.iGNV.N Sod la,mdry. Mi-un.8"AI .
MD 0 1MO 30. btom. Winter II fur.
"u 21 0000 lI"ortll IooftOopdSAITOISI Contact. Bill Youna. PntdartU 1. TRAILKH .. wl..l 101.
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(11'rk WANTID: Mlllk .. CTi.rolit. 310 North Ploridi.WANT'lD >9 llvtitxfcIIVEN $400 buys it or 112 Wonted Miscellaneous SACRIFICE. till M.rlMla 47'00I apartn.nRrawnabla .. !rl ."", 10"1' room in tack
17 POlItic Bohooaar 14, nllabli 000141.45.PIP .. .
EKtOfnlnotini 31. III ClUb Ill northr I'Iorl' : : APPLICA1ITI for 4,1- make payments of $1029 etwwolit' II I.K, W..1...., aCXMPORTABLV .ro.
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,.. Cab Company. 111 WoO Llm.. of d Boat oil,, takia. Ul mont with no down pay IIU It FURNISH front. LUht and ..nr fur.
LADIEI .ARN .. I. 430
a mae 2371
33J.
I 30 T
WIn .0011 afflrlrory
t 30 aparlmant. Raa
n TERMITES loB. ..d ".10' .1.....' ....,.. p m UOOD USED and alharouuhold "l ,. Mia !eeoahlO. Pmf.r porminant 100. r104 H. pall ail-4191 allot
MARKS n. .
.rl.. ItlI "DdllIOIl sO tbo ..... II,. IAUlMAN.MAIfAO"PlOrl. PI08 ROAD II ..... '10.oeb. 1 lrnl"r paid. 101" 10 .I.r. V... roa.on.bio ..it. Boulh) Bl.d MU 1.4021
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'r. ARE SWARMING p.00 1Ua. Por lodIhol I.. la look aa for nanaintralnaa I Phone 6820161BADCOCK'S 11 or C omlat001 pm Pirk DUPiX. NIAR coil.... p070000I PARI. Laki Wa ... For eltaa o
Bonny
'" l010.ll0l. nil .......1 floAt te tha Polk' County all *2 Wanted llviiteck WA"TD WOIllI. .b.IO. C.II 505. CI.I. Ltki I .. Im.1 rhlld. loo. 1400000Irs lot Low xonthly. 010111. duly

atIt CALL-.-- ltt--__ Man .atlatUd. will ha>. i.. larnlnipowaual Pott Trailersoo.3I1OTIO104T100AI. > .. 1.3 70100 i for ntlrtd and wirkini
l'In WANTED: ..y.mllt 0 0004OOo la okono of 112.000 nir WAHTE FL lonaUt bill 124 Trucks, TWO P.OOM kllohmal,a anart- 01... Food ...I.b''..
BOO MASON IB HERE Ul u .b'ie' I ID op bam. .... ...... CrOP, Our profit 0001100 plan WA"noA".. dilry raltla cop bo" ',',1. PhoniMU I m.n.. P-In.). ...... All .1111.
. trait four homo .. prannl In. .rrwair. Plwn "'-1048. bonul arraniemmt nnd iraupIniuranea kind Wilt par top 150* prloo S.130*. pttk,.. $75 134 Moblkj loft
Home
... .HOB of roicbll tat aala Prloaian 1 I u tha bMt II tha I.. 0.... Dairy MTJ 4otnMERCHANDISE. An Ra. floor only 1000 ..I... By ,.0... II. ..rnla.d. lit 100.1.. Ch..r
4 room... 111 10. S rooui COLOIODOIR1. II do 14_ duitry. Quallflod. l.ada sra fur ail ..a.oI9M M.
'. 111.00. I nO.. .I17M. 1raoou .or' 000 dli 000". Coil alter'MI7 nIMiad from aitonilvi r.....,. AUTOMOTIVE C.I THREE ROOM laraaa ip.ruWalking .., LAOS BONNY 10001 SOOt Mobil
.120 00. 57001.WOI4110 radio and TV adnvtlilnl Parwawiaefd SEMI.ANUALTE.J FORD van truck. MMMark dll'.n. to townry ...dIIbn. 0010. Park No* I.... lota. u
'I Tradlni Port. 2..8 Kl. .. 0.00011.4. .
HUH and
will ba betS-u II and IIIontto 14.1 Munlil.I
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I. CALL .1.. $011011 WITH 5,0 goOd 00.00..1....._.. 40. aainwln, ..I.. ptraonallty. CLERCE IU Automobiles For Solo Tampa HUhway MU 1 JJ. Wotool.IUIOIS000APAI1TMINTS. alHtrlo .air and a....
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BIcycles wr 550. bus linn Bock
, 10m. 10001 00011411 'D' awn M.t.rcycln SL tow
10-10 huh W.
aia achool adueaar
nn .0tomo.II.. 'Wrll. 10. 125 Buios D' Oron park Bnoppini 0.0.t.r. .
. Whisk Chemical Co. 400 battar, 0111010.1501.sooll 000 OP IMl CHEVY II. air aondllloniduiomatla ter o. 115010 0 0,0)50.4. 545 POd .
I amount of .....lIn.. aomaIradl .M-ISO Laktland Ltdi.r TRIUMPH AND T.natia aala TRADB AI'II'A"C Ir..lllol. Ill I aMtor 410 M. Varnonl Oocd laka flihlnt and boot.lots. .

furnuhad Thorouyh train 'YOUNO MAN undw 31 piara of and airrln. (.iKtrli iiartimmodila. FOB. TOUR .IVII tut*. .1.11.400. Call USED gum tor taia. Brhooi o ..1 Uki Bmall DII prta,.. MU 1140 I Norm.747). C,..
MU 6-1356 ioi with, opportunity for ..4oaem.r,0 I MO for Job .. aooovntant Ingrfloa iporti nodal lam OP TO 111 .18.1 nip t>M. Ford. Chavmm. OMC 130 Furnlihed Homes
u daiirad Wrlta .... I ar larva rorporallon. Eillrnt Stork Lak.land C,). Co.. 111 TRADB *ALLOWAIfCIrO Mao. Inlarnatlonal. Pram ISO
"lotS pHlllna af pravlaui aiparl.nca I" opportunity fop advanra.n.nt Wool Utaorial. (M
aducattol. 8004. 1.00 540 4000. SUn.bIO. Inirihia '. TWO RIDROOM bo", .. *1010.
u>. M Ion M170 with aood .I." and liberalimploya VP I 1:
TO 190TRADB
21 ...fI.. Ukrland UdawWANTID ,. brnrflta Rap r ...., 96 Amlfveiood -IN ALLOWANCBfOrl U.ed C.... 8..8.. 1101 001'. No P.U. RafirraoM riildenu 10J lollr.ontlpp.m.nSOO IO HIREhelpful [
of Os "UA Oood.tir.
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lOOPING DEPENDABLE *orkmanMilp had .._.bll. acconuni. Hospital marital sIc).., hoots addnilandphono I ANT 1'1 U I.. MIOCP1.LRio101O: % It 0-0000 .... TWO .0.. Out
TRADI RII 10.
IN ALLOWA"C.FR
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paymonta ) lift Iniuranoa. Cnntaet B. suaibrr All roillia I AIn.I. lIIIa8 D'IIt- loll Waloiklee 24000 It. .
01... limber Company toO I Ilk". 70,401,0 Che,0010I.. bold In ...1., oonfldrarl. Anaaual Prl a, Lobo GIbson. YOUR OL DINI. RAMLIRD' auunlarminti 121 Bwlmsi Placet for Rent NICI ONE 44,0001. oIl and productive
, W,_Mill ITO 0-1141. opportunity amolorw. Ad. TnMo BRMlal ValmW.S.BADCOCKCORP. .Itll
I JII IIotlD 7001440 Phona MU S 1441M 00100... MU 3.3....

( ALL. TYPW roild.ntlal ar cam IXPMII"CED OAR .II' (.... WI.1et'0001 dOrld NsroO...P Plorld.O. Dr.ocr1271. 97 Artfcln f.r Sal.Mlse.AUCTION .- .. PONTIAC waiol .1.,1, V4 Post R.NT 0' 1,1.5. bulldIS I two 00000CM C.I 00roI.Ood ho.' workers UM Ca.le
winriai roof
rapairad nplaoadMrCor
f ar hl.d ball Seer oa" DOl .r nr* llrai aI .. Sue- .. Ad. ooro.d ...
.1 dinorattd.
m."r. .I.D' tll Polda for OPeL "
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0111141. Call MU J-3471. MU a.I. Co hld Sober An ad writer will
"U 05013.TWO
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SALE ,LIed of .. .... rl..I, ..rk..
LOOKI ALL Ir_ 01 100(408, 004WOPII1. Ifaln Bior and WinlmmMulbtrry il7.CHEVROLET 1111100 90'00, ,.psO.. Juat. a f.. biorkaoulrurn lrol oolDOoioM du.I.. .I ..... help you attract Just'
PIoa.oI 010115010 clan WIN FREE TRIP TOWORLD'S BRDBR mm anranonr Every Saturday 7:30: p.m. Florida aoIomutlS ".nll.oo Collrii. C.I a.r 4010010.. 0.11" d..n'' 001m
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..... ..'I..... Llroospd. ,...u..... 4100 a wwk In Ibis am BAXLA'S I Uulbmy IIolrl! Call Thto tb Ilooa. P' tUo. o 0,17.1. HO (.J07Ioof .000100. 0.000. 7000. 0 right workeri Dial MU
....d... M I.. NIrka 1l00I1D. .Dd 09 yaut N ours, axpfrt 'D aarn I 0.. ( pm.\r d.I,. PrL Illat MU S-4712 alMr 4 pn. 1,00 rER monlb. 1-000 It. n. 11 "'01'1'' 11.111 do...

..t M.l..l. MU i.MOO. FAIR! that much to Mart. Call B8S-4IIB AUCTION OALLERIE until 1000 MltRCEDES Bina ITO. faur Conorata floor laro.oocr-N. O"E 01100004. 54? .ndlll..d -1151CLABBIFICD.
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Day WtdnndavTW Intarlor o4rnoodltloold.
"Porsurly
1110haUl.
ALL TYPM raotlo.0.p.irodOr far TIle Auction .0... nd door Bout Hilda. Call Ii3 00 11050 11.00040 LOloItoo.
...1..... Rtpaln luaranlaid I d.al.nihlp.8ALERMAII Wa B"y or Bill for Toi *0 auoriai it.050,00Iei Call Eioollint condition 474 o.M3IIDUO > Ad.ll. .n2. 0,41 COOp .

C DMMII Rooflnl Company. 0000035. LAST CALL To Join WANTtD for bom.dollrirr 4201 Hwr. II 0.Pb. Florida I.d..d.allor.e...dally .UoU., 311 OMAL.L 151371001111 Ilih000 ..71 OIBPLAV
''' a>a 11-10 Cbmsilnlonplui ... Ukrland' .'. lora .le.
00173. MO 1-003 .
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rompany binaflti. ho.Dltalliatron. III No Florida Ara.Baduck i. 50170 "" "Ubl'. lliro ... lo Barbor lOop OronPark .. .. ,.... OoodUlratlal
i 24 Plotter Stocco win fret trip I aroup II'.. seeloant ...dh..I. ISBD TVS from IIS np Ouarmtoad. WIll Trial lou RlihV A.....1t.11.. MU M..UD Bhopplnv .ol".. / C.1 bib... I G.M.C.
.... Apply' 10".. S Dairy. m fin inr.. Worklni 1-0070. c..I.U9 "unl.b.d do.1r54. 410
I 44 Laka Wlra Orlta '.d"I.' _...... Admiral) Balai I W. AlUMUKM The
Pl.A8T8RINO. 'ATClltNO. ... Write P. O Box 1393 ". "...',. 110 $K"7I: ****"* OD VOID nfrlilrator 11 .. tAll, OVIIR: 101110010 15401 CoOcli 'W_ _Furnltriidl__ ..._. _iaarfiHMliPVRNIHHRD _. .. 0 loot'. '83-11 a.
..11I.... 8111,0000.0.4 044111001 51 Work n. 41. *. Wsbuh.CI.07NO5LI1I' I., nun M. (remr wartmrnt .' M000s 500. Whlto SlAt rod TWO NIW.I.LINIVi
Foe ..tI....... 110,000* Jell 1.4000. or Wontid ._MU I *. ,irOtlItr. bub ...,.. foOt orood. OR unfanilih.d printo ..IWRNlopi.if.I.rnllll.
IfU11" POSIB. Irmtlr ,00lIirot ODdI IO.. IIU I.H13.llor oar month Dtl.o ... thin rail TON
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TRACTOR WOOl ol0100 Mw.lo. nduaNL e and. i" aamplrtalr ... bath .t.D" .10 Rialty. loll PCK.UI
PLAIN OR arninuntal. '1..",. Call 682-4137 Sod .1101. H.. .... .. w.idad 40" irMiarm with I STEREO THEATRE MOO ", .P.- R C. "I Dirk
In. and .,.-. 701001,8.Hwlt.dm Lakeland 0010. _..... Call lor 'r.. .." looki, 50 M and IIIM pair I REPOSSESSEDThe hood 105$ CHEVROLt. 1.0.' foo. doll. .. 0r0,1.. MV 5-4045. fOOt pon. MU I" 13. Only $179?
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.... ....:...MtlmatM.... ..;....R.nry WU- 00100. Plod L 70.01... 110- I-01IJ2- _Inns n. _.. doll.W_:..r._ lot_...._.Phon..._....'"!.... finest of Its kind. ..I.m.lo. unit 407_CaiCHEVROLET ..1.P" UPPER 0000. TWO bfdroomi.MOTBL .14oloio.s00.. 11,101 ONE room BEDROOM. .".bno.tte.BUNOALOWLMInt and Bta Lawli 'I Vaui*
un. W' DO "oelor ,.. .... .. Big bIIh.1. Ntw or TruM
.. .. SALt' 181 R.mll.Amp' N..r ._ 5534701 horn. Front porch. Nlca lot. Con ,
.1. '.nd..I... 4100 b. Aullo
itereo record ""Ion ... .. and fur,
wauir
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10 000-1047 .r AUCTION APAKTMCHnono an
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player AM-F radio. Takeover ,.. 040.0020 two rowna llnrnl 1111. fUrl.h.1. I LAKEAND
BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY Po. MOMU MM
MAM Jl Uliri "hool Friday Niteg PI' .1
Only
on imal! 1M7 ... door. fin.condition wokMcColloughFrazer i SERVICE
raduata. Exp rleao.d aupirvChauftiur 730 ,
t for
P.M. in town man
llrmw. 012.7M7COLORED : monthly payment with your .,. IIP K .niton. Mo d..1. PUIOI000I) APAKUIINT StIll Inc. W. M.I.I I''...
Wi Sop or lilt tar yoi trade. T'. I .w. ..
WOMAN wagtl part lul 401 t Manorial iSOillS"CLAlIPIIDDIPLAV .
IMO DODUB 4-door 1.s.dod I ..U _
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or noular work. Call: MU JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTI6N .ea.l.
3.06.0.COLORttD. ilr 171. 000-2004. 1)3 0 I
Call
682-0161 ,
CENTER C.d. <1"110 DIPLAV .

FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCI dIrty."*,.100.11 Isoo1o.dmild. 405fIr. '3H B. f. II tail, .>S TRIUMPH. Itatlon waioniwnir 0.. :
a.11 MU *

WHEN YOU NEED ITI 0111141.1.' houarkwDir Call ...-..."?earloi. for CARPIT. CARPIT Wall...... WE BUY 001 after "... 'll. ''. I

Mlll.ndi. 0 s.o.s 0 to
your
COLORm OIRL .anlo hotel or ihana and II.. and .....,. Nprinf .., 117 Automobiles Wonted i PENDARVISSpring
Appliance Ump Repolnatudm 100101 .or. C.1l1IU) 0-0000 l.orli) nuundi ... horn SELL

HUT AND dO"D..1t .lid Wlntrr" fabric nduerd .... ataur I TRADE
ro" PROMPT r,0175 II 00111-I I 0,44070, RIPLACOMEOT .1.14w .0.1d like tt.. 4 sd1000 11 or fabrlca vanhouM lain CASH FOR YOUR CAR
orators. .uhID' ....b''... aol I I LImp pOnlO Bed 10004?. 1a10I naular tab Call MO "'JJ3a. 'G. C. W.mlllon Fabriri. H ihw.r C-O-O-D
...11...... ..11 Told CII,. I, 1901 soutk Orlaana. Annua. n( It/in .....* ....... .... i...._ -- Findaryla Cbnralal trill
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....I.. DIP.'lIUm" 111..111. I MO 04031.Meviug I".'.'. "

1* FINANCIAL 8ACRIPICI .H.LV. dIt#., USE "CARPAYiMENfrTOO TRUCK Clearance
Alto Repairs Sinks & $t.reg.OILIZD 700.4.... Roll 01... ..." ....1..:

62 Bvilneii OppertitnltleiCHOICE 040. IrS 005,0 0l.. .,.. .... 0510033 .
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SPECIAL CAR vain II M Wart j UN LI.. r. tale 000 0' .81-111& FRNITREWARNOK
and >.. .. ... MM OrwnBlaapi I I I,. 1000100 TrollS W...*..... TYLIIR: HIGH?

Prio POrk np and drllary IIOINIKAL .... j I I b....13.,1DtI... 30.0. AID" MU ;l100td005.BDBIlfEM 11.1 144 and,. Inroma 1.ll1.A.Ro.I. 0... XlHUli VIDIII.'TAII.I 9J| Norm 0150. 1110 KM. Pona'artli Chirralat will off overstocked in clean used trucks
]10. Boultt Plorloa. .... 1121 .. 11..1.1 1100.MtJ ,..... Pop we are
741.. ExchangeMU yaur lata mod.l car and aindyou
Pointing "' 10' 8UNT HEIDLI .,..... Currontlaohlno feoma IB an* you oialtfO4.1'
: T1RB >r ki poooiv01100 I COIN Laundrloa 40 waiblra, II modal booir' Bold for 21222: Lakelind
Mid-- .llinmnt. truck. and .ar.' doll... Bic.ll.nt lacatloa, bath rir 121000. In ....II.n' 10,01U. 302 E. Memorial Blvd Bi* Mr Ruu.ll ar Mr. .
ba110n101 Now a.d Sled OPRIOO r.c1A1.. Will PIlotb1l 111.710. Johi i. Brinnaa RoalUir ... No.4 ..."". ..Ibl. ParOr 10 I SPECIALS
Int.. ..".... II1J .1171. trIm.. 00. .000. p.100 50. 0554103.LASSI4ND'l. .1 to AIsPmr $700 .0.1It1, pOd01fl1. PENDARVISCHEVROLET
.judad. Iwa or thrM 0.110040 -

Ails Soot Covor bouo. IU-430S for IM i AUw .kouMWamni 5100 0010 010151 P10101 l.e.dooms e.$ rl 071 :: MU Comolt.04131.boluoo 011'1' TV gill MAROAINB.and luaranUnl Completely 131II and.


Pop "lOltb "_... 1.17 100..0,4 .. WOULD UKB-mponilblo : ai Pm UMlallatuw. Alvayi I woo NOW
1.11(01 AUTO 000 eo..... CD" FLOOR FINUUINO .* ... DriOO. to lake Odor MOO manllily party,, ..,..... k..l in mw oruwd
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._ 0000001100 1000,10,0.. 5.40 panllni, Inwrwr. ....r... work ..... IS llor40olc.' Vacoom pay, TV ., Kill .. D TV 1310Aubiirndtll 110 W Florida ATI
Bait Ua,n. Phono MU I.711* Pr.. aiUBatai rraaanabla prwnIS441I1 TRAILER PARK .24 apacoi. Irallira .J.oop 0015 .11 ......bm..te8o1d Raid till I 00 WANTED It '57 CHEV 12 ton pickup like now, good $595
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10 lOrds. 30000. Writ lot ... rubber, p.rf.c condition . . $
hokks.plusg100K510P100 11-211. Lak.land LodtirNHD sod. ." II. 8I3-IIJ1. 001110 PORMiCA 5440110. ..00no" PAY CABH fur pIrkop lriUl Orrelood

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571. O.io 140.0701 .- 11. 1 P..
AND bmanl Tao OPtHATOH for aiajor all 105 110'''' Iton.k. Blvd I MIS 3-5054. 111 '58 INTERNATIONAL >. ton 4 wheel $695
P.D' Mrfloa itallpn am.IIipltal
Bonrlca. Day ., aranlnti. fa.tdopndiblo FRAMES Beautifulfraaj ....11'..... 3"'" arUhla NICCHI 110 I. .ulDm. '. 500.Ia. CAOHINSIII.h., p.m.r plrk"P, drive pickup, good rubber, o stool $1095
.." .*. SIll CMPMna .. and _lid''... 1:.._ DId Saa.3110COMPLETE ....hiP.. LI l.a... MaO. 104 Sos, on, r.iPltOPANB .n or oldir. C.I ... wild
Ml 1911. roadr mad.. Oalnn Art BhopMOT .
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: OrKana ....... MU 1-3104 HARDWARE ...., 000 OS 00410. CHEV. / body liko
59 ton long pickup
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.od 5)00.10. 00 It .0.... MUst pionaarami, for Moklnihot boot.I : OLD Junk ,... or... $895
BalldlnfRIUODILINOAWNINOS ,50I4 11501410.. 1723 "D'U' I'Ior.Id. IJ49M MaliM all fancy itltebai..Bold fo' I I... .OA. Inl..o.. I.. .rlb too? cun. Prompt plcku noobove overage condi'iOI . $1195
Oompliu .
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PUmblnj Supplies .. no 1.1.1 uio ''b'.. 053.5001. '
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ood medoOm. ....11.. P1000100 and 1II""kll lspIIoo.Pr. 05.00 . . $1295
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0.111. Our ......q. Cell Ill' tool ,....1. OIlS ml and tnnad.d ... 1 A aiartaai pirn Mnrb.M. .
3160. Plo. ...1"..... boll .... 94 baura ..,_ ...-.n.. Corp af Florida tot Fiar :110 SAO ..", ..u. ...ID' maoklna TRACTOR. 5000. .. eoMoli. L WI PAY dismoodi. Sold 'i 5 $995
000,00.. Lfoo..d ..d tanOd 3. Ukiland da A. MTJ 0-3137 ki a> Corn.oIl. p.n.l Flow, din, lultlmor. rower
., P1NANC1NO AVAILABU CZMa .* ba,.... 5 II II ar II 00 parioaUi 44105, 'old 0014 plaUlom. 111010. pta..... lilt boom Call 348 V-8, In the I beauty . $1595
Jiailry. lootS Flo 1.'t
Fully uaranUod. MO a i 10 .. .
pcrlanad .."00. hono larianialdlni Prlnrlni laana wltb rut and .u,. ,. MU .24. ,
and finelni ........ MU ..., i.l airyua for buildan SiP10,000115 '58 CHEV. 10 wheeler 26 ft. new
0-3207 SIr .. ..lImatO. FOR ALL your annum naidicall .I homo ownn'i, Liba-I.' CANS Tlor ........ _,.. W. IVY aoOoAo .1.. 0.khm. 121 Mobile Hornet I boy, $995
HO 1-4404. COBKOTetal PraaiIna. load Morta.ii corp 201 SoOth I: EI.OIOO, 'J' ".ne ... ... ". A.000004.. .llium engine, good tires, ready to . $1695
UlUrbaadJ, utboirapblMlodlotor [?...._ A....... 112..ln. I"'d" ,. ..d .. a ..
CentreloUCBNUD J.o..o.. TRAILER BALU rutall. ILatoraii ,
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LOCAL StABONED I." nurt- DWMI-BOOK. gill lUltu ta- ...... ..rq. ...,11... In.
CONCRETE OOUa4- ...... II000 t* 05000 For lorm.llo ... bin Man, dHki. putam ..urod bondod local and national
M>. Drlnwaya n_.. aktowalklatoai. .. SInk. phono ta.22S1 framai apDIlilria, and blkar fur. 107 Plumbing SopplisoMontgomery transporter Jack. (71t Mi* EXTRA SPECIALS
.....10. lurbt natM >ndbrldioa nltura at 9201 CxMlria Btrwl itt T...pa H ihwir. MO (-.CU..
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K. 1. Morrla. IMMllLakaland. ANY TYPE rad aior anrteaalaaalnl 67 Wonted To BorrowWANTED' 30il TRA ., tin NOW
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roaulldlniPrddri MLOUBIH ."'0.'. M ilk. air Hillmbana
Radlaur Oanlca, MO U'. OlIn..... wllh
11110 lod GET A CAS HOT WATER wltn lara bodrMm .
PrqperlMDRAPU "'nil. Comm.rcitl .MORTOAOS. ..".. prwpany loan 51,..,.. But Mfar3MT <050.. lID I- HEATER FROM WARDS ... Wood 7001110.. WIll I'.' '52 CHEV. I '/ ton with body, I real clean $395TRACTORS

RADIATORS BLOCKS .1...*. 100. occupied too laaaota alttr I M pUl .. '."olm, 83-.1
Ea- I truck lit clots condition . . $ 695
AND 111_..... aultaaiad on .obl..., tyela-fl .. -. Ropalra ..II..' P.'.'" raeord G... OtOUI* 01401010 00,10011 000. Hays Ho Water Wen ,
!. Tour fibril ar aura Uo- eli t.... 0..1.. .. tl: 2Boutll cool 11,100 annually: ...... toanoa ,las .....1.. .1. It.h" ID Sold Need Itl! I '
kaJMirlni. leer ..r.... JJJJ M" Florida .. utUltloa 1200 Want 00.0141.5. MUI3M. Yo S1DGf I 56 GMC 1 ton with enclosed body, V.8 engine $

T.... H..b..'. 0004000.eecii oooo, will pay ' Ltd... Ion F.ill. stoil ; 5,4OP. 117 N. good . . .
ReweovlnfFOR tall 000. 0010 81.,10. 13. Kentuck CLASSIFIED ADS ,
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BXPIRT nwoamoc af Bain HORTICULTURE 31"" 000TART...... Irl.... "
\IItTl'tIAL 113020 C1HI...,. 110. ......, ...... iliaratla burai.la I IlraOto._. throWs oontra"andia 0. 0010 ', $ CLA0IIl1b DI.LAv
La_. awiwa. 00 d.-. ."-...---. all 1t.1I_ Rawaatlas dWrylea. lit MO4M4.
...... 71 Fertilizer Fled Sell
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oyaraailaod Ski-Mil:
MO tIKOMO 1 15.4 1004... ._,.. __.. NOW
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toduitry '
aald Lakaland -
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1110. Moo Tradlnf
1JI. 'reo 10010a000. SWiMIIIIg Peels OROITND FEAT mack Pool and n.w '1'..... 0.010.1001. I wO
Himiway ta t 33MFSODIRa
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Mil .1 Laratad 220* II. .. '
Tex -I Pat O'Rial. MO J-4011 TOIl blOb pump. 58 t42 MACK tractor, fully equipped, $1995
1'00108 00,10100 1,05044... word's 0.. ....
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psi $... 000010011. ..POI..... CLEAN PHOSPHATE laid] far .... Nail PPIto. MU I-loll. o, food ready, like now condition. . $2995
...1...... .... m 00.0 MUll.Mdl l lawn. Alaa ..OdOo 4 dirt lor fill.B I 4
INCOME TAX 1.1150 Da la. MTJ S-2O7I: PlAID 5110. _,..100...'''' "OVER CARS OTHERS TO CHOOSE MOM WITH JUST AS GREAT A SAVING
Sold 000410Ioo. Call
COW FIRTILrZER: for .. .. 110 MIl 14041LlooI. 20
}3 and up TelevisIons i load. Call J.m.. .r.... MO t8117 ..... ba -.13" .. I TO FROM"
Ill 00 10155' b" 710100. III II
H&R Block Co. .... LOOK LOOKNEW
111190 .._
00 TILIWIIIOO 1000111 00 III I. W. PIANO fill ..... Slai rack livinaroom
Wnkdiyi e AM. *' 0 FH.at. .0110. I.... .11..10 _.... noll1:".... ihill clay. pboinbaia aaad .. anil* .. .. |7| N 163CHEVY
..... e M a1M 1'11,1110 CII,. IIU 04111. 121 n BO. iprim ar '
A call MU 17009Flowers 63 CHEV.- /i ton Truck discount of $ 700
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West Walnut St. ROUND PIlA1' ac.oi.l. U ,srdII. Stow firulUaT ..-.. W Ib II.M IFrm
6W1958 Uph.l.t.rbr : .. .011..... 11111 Pool Coos.eOt. Oiad salraam .uI... aonplata I NEW '63 CHIVe Vi ton'W/Utity body a discount of $ 900
Phone :111: LIA018114 KUlo 3I0..,
lAoo-n lIPHOL8TPlllct 1510. : .... .11 to .. .1..11'1 '
181"711.r2 pfo.o $1495 NEW 63 CHEV. 2 base chassis disc. of $1000
t..11I1 INCOIII It. ... ... SlIP 0'00 ao4 4,1010 .... Mt .. ... ..... SIlOS, whel a
......... 12 30 6 oe. 00 tW rnostaL Plao .."...... pink e. Seeds Plants Good nMd Tit"....... KIM, NEW '63 CHEV 2 ton chassis disc. of $1200
0 00 P M. ...... lsodUO. lor- DId OIoU.." 7000. 540-4040. 005' Baby" pjattraiica .,..... MM, tractor or dump a
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tots 11'101o.11. 1'100 150114.00 .001I..r. Ileal. U. d dlnitlo MU .... Ill II (p,
0.... III-IJI3. I PBTaNIAB. ..AClla.olllU'_. OoW aiad llorai ud rafrlcoratora [ HERE IT IS-BRAND NEW 1964 TRUCK OF THE YEAR
,...tI... lilodsVt.ITICA1.5 :md Bnaodraton planta. 1104 par ... ... ...... MOM 10., PENDARVISCHEVROLE
Furniture 100' 1311 Ea.l Union St ",It ara/l palnl 13 H I.I. CHEVROLET'S Number Ono Track, SldCOOOO
00coo'l IB1000001llOd. i AIM lain lUKk of Fluaibiad and |
A II D JtROB AZALEA 75l Oraftodvata ioyy
.r>M. ........... ....ed. II10. LI..."... Nibs' ,. 00040cm.. I CO. 12 Ton pickup . . . .
BRIPEB Slot furnltura PS- Ill ,.......... 4111 lotomolll. ..... I.... ....... Junlpar Sour POLO FOAM ROBBUIOUTLBT i IA Limited Minor al T*,I PrlaalCALL
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I." .... aol 0700.. OweR'S 500140'. WB PAY TOP PP.ICKB ftld. CHARLII WHITILIT OR JOHN LEMMON 'OR. AN CN THI JOI

:1I,nJI 80Ulb P1.-IdS. 0700 SUn.s For Good V. d Furnlturiand I DfMONSTRATION PH ."."<5
IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 011.100011. Appllaneia I tt em
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BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I i rJ Feeds, huts, Vip/fbles,! CALL MU 1-2044: PENDARVIS CHEVROLET


For 700010. 0P1PNUfT. 71.004llIr. Polk Trading Mart !
DIAL MU 6.1151Ask Classified
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RENTALS *- RENTALS OP THAT WTRH VSEf VOUtW WILL. KR A LOTMORtPWCTICAL A SjCrBNTrS-C lFPs1 I 153 Home fer Sets 153 Houtti For Sail
THING vuu MUCT BE SffL h7.
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= MM'MM "DRIViNG DOWN STIU.A THAN lt IMUCHPOR
134 Mobile Hem Lots US Isomi fir tint CAISSON, EH 4 A COPFFRDflM! ABOUT PRETTY SURE you OR A6 CURS DARK HOPtl BUT OURCOUHTPVCOULD POnEJCLOBED RRPOM: E S S B O; BDOCED MOM ...lnt Oil
ZeROeD IN WHAT
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PUMPED OUT DOWN TWO A HUMORSOHUNDROJ I GUltIfiIl'M PRwVrrV b." '" I. mate Lakeland (rae tornH. will
"= BE ON THB 1MBAttWrttgg Mel IMdf Realtor fill B. .... room houM. porfMt Mndltlondnl .
.DlXm NOIllt.1 P..k. 4eao New C-ORSIB UDHOOM Omtlimanurelerred EBT. \ O SW TO CSOI mortal Blod.l eM4101COMPtSTBLf lo..tlai. ClonlMd IwllhtiHction.
,.mps Itlthwi,. Swe. dcl Iota I* wetaltr I Near but ... SCRBENlrWPB 'tUI!:! DAVS'' For (13MO, If old br
NODIeI..1 mItt.. towers. tol.. in* stew.. MS W.., MianollaMl AND altractl.elfumlihed lit Ownor 683.2.18.
April
IIIlIlh. II.WIt'll.PlYI ".48 H cottaie. Havdr laiteroi
bui. onuroh Onlr TO CSTPLB ..I.... or flmitr.Hom. ,
ACII. with well ind .er. 1 RooPR -\T. bath illciwni I ; ;.e dark Realty, (K4031lent IJ.IIOO'l of In..... oroao.t,. an.duol. .
UII tonk. lived raid. bide miLAritLAND >nv .... .I dr>lml. Invite m .., Ono .ltl\
lInden ...... 810_.. ron.r Comrnienl locillon R... DCI TO m wOO .10Ott'oe 1. doubletlltloncr ....rtoton'Two ssrose I bod-
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OARDVNSMahI-IfHorn. >.n.bl.> 814 Johnan. M -' OJHOOM8 > bottom, ", "l'b.1 room ...... 553.4005.BIStAUTIPUL .
,.... to stiles wen en P I.jiaftMo.dl;; ".' S oondltlon CB homo. In MODERN home.
lane HUli for aacrlfloa. CiUMD
print mem end old TitUs Honed.. hoi alIt cold valor In (-41WFlorida Soiithsid. on Crvvul Lftkt. Plo.awimmino. .
)Mllhw,. Recreation hill .h..... rich room dall mild irrtl h.It p .
food liihtni tan
Iltboirai. Inundrr Lemuel rrd ... 27 per week Mr. OIT. min- k 1103 BTAONTON A...... eorner10L. dewp lot. Th... bedroom. indtudr
'..d.. Llihuni. Modern M". silt l'IIono 812.7.0. Oron.o Tltrll bedroom. Ito .th. or four bedroom*. te.nope.neled
2967LAROC. Hotel built In and
321 NOrth ltatlick Ap room rinae .
with llnplux
ovin. Central air and ....L. Owar FlorIda room
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UOB1LX home lou. Ii.lX 14124 Hnonod enroll.
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tranilerred. MU I 1011IHREE
Likelind JOS MUlti Street HICE ROOM (orate ii.iPr'': ; 3ilt utllltr room, double 0Oe
Phone MU -o(2BBADY tat 0 bath private entranSouUiiete cv lore BEDROOM CS Ilka now port (ell reuontblr or eoniider
LOTS ihullieMird: mod' Reaionable Ph.no corner lot, oil hitit. conditioning miller b.... In encninn (..-

PrO lullltln and .laundir Ion rest Civic l room.ihowin rent.. ( 3.1491 or (U.IM3 RENTALS 1* RENTALS 1* REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE PHA...... Widow loIns north (SI. 1MPHOSPHATE.

il Iriilw. Trim mit.. Inl u 13! Unlurnlthtd Aparts. BARGAIN THREE ItU-lttlve CB I AREA three bedroom -

Phoni 8tt.4048. 138 Unfurnithcd Aparti. 139 Unfurnlihed Heuisi 144 Acreage, lets For Sail 144 Acrasgs Lets for Salt 141 WftirtrMt PrtptrtyAPPROXIMATILr hornet .Carport In..I...utility. DIM. awnlntwlndowl neleh-, breeaewey two. barb aireco brlkrreto. Valued home(IS..
LINCOLN COli II T A..rlm.nto
(1(000. Separata 10>40 bulldlnf
MOBILE LIVING L..I.nd'. rlno" fyi colored eva.Pt BRAND NEW noirroilvav.arhonsia T H R I I BEDROOM Southlld. Fill ACRI: "IO .. 120 dow.. S25w00th CHOICII 110'1140' tOt I. alt,. 5457P400 ( 00... or harlot no vIle te.... bedroom no elo- 3(00 on live scene landKlpedMOOO .
I NInth Lffiredn lcd "0" ,11I hare. Lned.ntwd., ".000 Like ten. OliO ft Likefropt irS 00.1. Termi. Three .
This )& the nice*! 'nohidrttttl 1110. I ledroom (TO. John J MI Rudp 'mttar. 1027 I01S Woodlind Drlvo, lot 'It Lociud lour Billee Weitof
AT ITS BEST MU I.'JOO apartment in Likelind 0 rlonln. Realtor, 134 W. Main' ( Memorial ll.d. MU -4101. "III MU 11.1334. Beautiful two bedroom. home 1oUMei 0u let' Oat,. .hid. treoi, (7(0 I Bradley .. Pi red road Phone.
IWO BIDRoo" dust. I. 01.... Oak floork >lr conditioned built-, 81 M-OOJ _ CHOICE BUILDING lite 1(01dlreetlr ONI: ACRff. ''100. Teems. Mph.. : Income alcoa br aevOOiOlOeoNS worth (10000 Three electricity. achool buo (30000lth
Wile not live ala four stir park tired Newt, redorsratvd. 570 a005th I or.n.rso d oven. electric kltcn RENT OR Mil ." air eondlUoned 141.. behind 3(10 Cl.veHelihll srntth ....101.... lr.kr 05'. Lele. II 1,.only Gardner. Contact or H.I C Lnko. (31 traIl, scene and bodroom'l .net> IhlereetT(3.000 down .low.0. ..,mooto..
Leah,. 5wtont. MU J.4J41. en' You II fid 0 nIna. lint MU 0.122. (7. ownerRmiDENCd
on a little lake? One un has .uUlul; three bedroom llvlni l.nO Blvd Call I- Dirk R illi. loll I Main. roomi. 717 Savannah
fit> II.e sever. One trinket' MIl 2.71U Charta Ind. PIlolti "U 3.4118 dlnlne. FloUts ,..n\ South aide. OM1 MU (.3970LAKELANDS FOR SALE Kllhleen, two 101.. Phone MD (.(I1JBT time ...... Bli dIscount PARTLY furnlihedRefrlierator .
water for, direet minimum power eleclrkil rompinr bill meteri -, JUBT nNI8HIID. "'r.. I bad.rooter 812-1'10. BEST value. Lot 01... to junior nun icxool .. In 1I3o.rl."Ull; ,. rhone owner I built-in rime. ov.niiomatle .
111RO .
aloni with tlMI.h' lun lip recreiiion ipiiunrnti r.idulu Ccl.tral 139 Unlurnlihed Houiti CLEAN TWO bedroom home 7('>11('. wilkinS dliiance. Urloulhialo 100'0140': CHI MU s 1(10 kitoha 8ltDRooM 10000. Loesld bov.I BoIlS.to mIla.N5U1 'no waiher Blue much
Ported
'nora.1 central lootIng and
niew .
Ihlni. heatehdsie'vondtlttoitiOter .10". In. madesnonnttlonoos ihooolnf and IObool..a UNDER CONOTRUCTI000. Trodl-I
inn more eri* yaum n PALM I 000 n ft of llvlne area I I 550 month Inquire 913 W..tTWO ( 000. Call MU a-06Jl or MU ef $0 o. 301 I. Croms.o000h.O. lIneal I. dll,0 I..luln. lop'irSIe air eandltlontni entire haute 3
BHOBlB MOBILft VILlAOBWr Built trell. On. block from I.J.70.OROVI. HOME SITE O..ner. Uti 1-1761. dioieti .oom. ..D.11d f.m- bedroom. s lull tile bathe, Clee.ft. .
,.rth or the 0111... or.. roil'.. At 711144 Perk Hill ALSO PARTLT furnlined I and P.lmOl'O' glreel OWNIR. on beiutUul Lake II' 5000 with rlr..'.... dnoblr plenty 3 klni nee. L....
r ir'fcid" eva, Rt t2 o. M.. :.ll Don lullon. ttl-sttt orll 3 bedroom MM Old Rralior : BEDROOM hollo for rent : LAND SO arrei. vicelot Arl.n. In Auburndale' two bed. door .n"e fore doloblo I.'." Ivlni room. 4101 esres.o d
..2191DUPtix tIll Hit Memorial. Bl.d. Sen. .> Polity Road it 0.11...... (40onth I 0.'.. Beautiful hlih andnorm Colored AreaNear room., two balls. Gold Medalnari Splat' ..... L..I..d' moos ta lichen. utility room. ceniider
,; 4101UNPURNtRHED. ., MU 2.181J necllon Lmkel.stdftnsunde 110. sit .110"1. bom. C.n'.1n. aloshle addreia. Ben OUon, build. aria lato model mobile homo or
thru roomi indl 401 price (2(0 per .cro. Torm wood ..ro... trade for eoulty.
.., sad .Ir oeldilbonio. Thnoo ... K3-4023 I
135 Room. For Rent h Modern 140 month looe DUPLEX I bedcarport. TORtS BKDHOOM houu South. 0111" dos,. ... s. L. 0irdeoe tennis courts and City utlliuei. fire protection No
old Priced
to Mil B X
last Lemon Strop Telephone .o.m. I blink echooli.' .'d.. DIctA,andaree 0vp5P.trdielne R C. Loll or Nap K. Lola atitIrk swimming pool. 70 X 100 C IOta. lOll Ia>t Main. Phoni o BARGAIN! BEAUTIFUL modern oily tao... On. block sOoth Id...
LARO' ROOM cl..n. n..r Ito.Oenttnnee 118..036HDKUJXB lIou.II..... SON 3211 Carolina room plenty of Tcnneiwe alOrsIrsodOltisi ., s R.sIte. 1011 leak Ulia.PhtO 816.(1331 Auburndale WO 1-4JB3 home Ihrio bedroom H. both. wood Cleveland Helehti, Manor
.Iorr.O PrIne ro. BO 'THBtD apartment K-4071 or 8aa.80&O 1024 Boulb .118.8133 feet high dry surveyed boa corner lot convenient lorn 1924 Willow Ave. ecu, MO (.1330ror
MU I 4>74 Ider > .. L.',. COO
Crystal SI
unable MU J-1J48 ten ef oopolntmmtall .
One bidroom blot room kllchen THHEE BEDROOM with carportH07 I PASTURE: LAND 40uaceps. $1500. Real 150 Mijcdl.nouiHOMSB
NTHRiti easy for Mull,. Drl" be 2050lsrhst'l.
L' uh
: bedroom > 4 .
ill tile bath. lou of $540 loll. timber eemlcleired .
ONI ROOM lor .nll..n. Dl< clontpice North MBKtichUKetu Ill Mme I .. WEST PitUraon two bed.roomi
Ulinoarea oil MU (.011JPRIVATI All roomi I.,.. liOpli'lrbutler month Cool Brown MU i.13HKt haUl DKIelind loritlon. (DO Neir Plant Cl'Onlr terms. Malcolm Atetle Thomas COIl ewne. 1% ..11I. 0..... with
Oik tInt,. 313 Leno. month Phone MU 6 MM. sIlo per acre. Terne 3i% down 'TIIRItB BEDROOM rr.m. hou. 888.7068. workihop (I 800 KL-llil MO
bath TR. N a-.rl..... na AIt.r' .hon. MU 1-334 or MODERN two bedroom dunlei 108 TlfflCARORA' "too monctilr' see II L Gardner. R. C. Leli or mo..O to our 101. Pttoao "U I. THREE BEDROOMS: Ilk both 3(64 or MU a.S133. M... Wi,.
.INc' brdi convenient It.ottint MU 8.89. electric kitchen (IJ.3J40 .r r... bedroomi CB Stove andrefrlaeriUir Ur K Lell at Dl,ki Helllr R. M. MARLER 8927. Florida room air eondlUonedleneeo fred I. Oann with Piue.lle *
Soisthsid o. bus IIn. 0839111. lOll Eait Main, phow (((.(133 Real barm, I. .
NU .....8 FURNISHED leril Shipley I I Realtornsa.neoi ) rard a Ino Ill .1Ia Florida
i bed Tft" second floor, reduredrant tet TWO OR UrN bdrOoti. niels. (H..7j$ niihti... I.ARO5 ATTRACT VE hllllldeomlooklni & SON .n, dulrahts lor.lloD C.II MUn400 2o:5..
idult rauplf. 114 hit Lom.on modern. liwna. storm, '0.. NEW TWO bedroom" -ilr -e. dj. loto, fake floss FOR COLORED ON 13TH lena-ar S 0 on, .13..10. NItW TWO bedroom. houie. ReidT
USE LEDGER 8.1.7230 eta Inri lid In. Uttlltlei '8 .3371ichool Ion brick L.r.rronrnl. Near W...,. p..ed it....to. boat bailn. Prmitor.Owsvr. STREET WEST OP WEBSTER I LOOKING POR Imwlnatloncraftimanihlp sad for Immediaw oceupiner. llooMI
CLIAN UNP'URNI8HED rolled (100 Ken smUts. Heal I.,. ...... 682.0407. 1401 1:. M.'D' NO 1-18n 1 AND IDROOM. (300 DOWN la eosaesi ft llvlni area. bullt-lv. r......
tool" :CLEAN TWO bedroom dupifnI
CLASSIFIED ADSCLASiiiiiQotjt" '.r. 686.3191 _ BARGAINSI None ff0. homer Wo have several ehoouthilde o ...nl.. windows' full tllo ...tll.t. .
tillS lOAf
Quincy UO month MU .. .
I.CI.ASSt.IID I one cl. clone lo iloiOnceola 0 510 TO PHA QUALIFIeD BUYERS: i .
9.71 Inquire Ut PelmotIs, BEDROOMS (40 month cod, .m.1I trials .r l.nO0 boshSlatsulsbteNi <>. .... floors. .....ood norohPriced .
--- TWO MEL RUDY. REALTOR Ill BMEMORIAL Olwn Builder, (3-4D23. Arompirle at 810.000. (610 amonth
I Call MU (MU 10 a-pea. Some wIth h.u.
bit Poe dreet OWN A PART OF
DISPLAY" __CL"SSIIIO_ DISPLAY hom..I" with .1I.do. .81.11 O..n.IYm. M410T ANYTIME desires, land norto-ate sloop a low dowsp.wcn.Cs. .
-- I THREE BEDROOM wo balls. ..... Cell M.I'olm Thom.a. and conitructlon .,,,ioeaisc., bo teen dillr at (un Acrei.ror ..
II,.raeFierideOnt.t0ntPr000. eIl.h55. 888.7&66. Sect Podenri. 1107 __ Informatloa! rail!.. Jerrv. ......-
I ire home 10 minute from downtown Ocoitor. 6111-1711. FLORIDA 011 y ....,. .. _. 00'."'.
(2250rnteth MU 1- I 131 Reel Eilatt Exchange BY OWNER: (1000 down bel CY .1433..
FOUR CHOICE LoIs South and anro financed two bedroom CB
PRICES DOWN VALUES UP m list aid.. Up to n frost.... home. Ideal location Near Or... TWO BKDROOM CB urnlihed
THREI BEDROOM hom.. 160 arecoil Eulunlve monlni Prltalo own. TRADE SlAYS loose Llkelnnd Park, collete. thurchn. .,boob. hom.. 01: kitchen Mlllnc beat.erraiio .
VI.'. Flare NU .3911J.. 'r 5 81.4IHJI1B8ON 5 A ACRE t Wint halos Lee>but(. CHI 7(793t 3 mlnutei downtown searitown1(1S floors. carport Near new
L.eiburi sIlo ( daily. Morklniblrd Lane. phone Publlk ihopplni center and Cy*
ALL CARS REDUCED PARK. Attractive ,lakelew 688.nl for ippolnunrnl "r... OirdroiCCASSIFIID. No .u.IItI..
.. Iota force wooded silos with 152 lost Estate Wantidor 2tJ.1101, WInO? leaneR.
CHOICE SfLltCTIOrl OP J and 3 ewer and watt la Oood tor.... TWO BFDROOM CD, turnlihed
era' NOW BEDROOM HOMKS 1 I'. ltd NBC Lind Compinr. (JH1((. TRACTSFOR (7(00 Low down pirnwnt Ml DISPLAY,,
'63 DART 270 4.Door Sedan . . . $1695 $1600 1 bath anti will honda con,,. OIT .ulill NHO 11.11.. month Inmilro 710 North Su-
HAUl LOTS In Medulla rettrlcUed
.
end icmi partll lurnlnhtd CHI I o,5.i. ooDlal.. Mat 1 Rod. Ro.I.I. ...nn.., (M.2148.
'62 CHEVY Nova 2-Door Hardtop . . $1695 $1650 'Mel Rurtr. Keillor. Ion E: Memorial AIM. lit into, water inside. 7 ell( ,feet. COM(13>in 0 1 ONLY or. 1(37 I... Memorial 816..10. TOIlER BEDROOM, built-in kltrhra NEW VOLKSWAGENS
Blvd (. 4107 am time. dewltttOtl, aewer. (160un Drove Park _lion. 1422Crwcent IP1tO[ FOR $1731.95
62 VALIANT 2-Door Sedan . . . . $1395 $1350 Wooded loll Northildl. (I (IOUD0.bonhi $25 I. LIST YOUKPROPERTY Place (20( down. (98a ..ttt. whit* .*.!!...
.... ..l
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Boulhitde lot. (3.000up month 1422 cnncent Place und..oo.n. rrr
61 LANCER Wagon . . . . $1195 $1095 Quantity dlicounU conilderldor laIn nod lull gsa Unit (He-t
'61 LANCER 2-Door Sedan will build lo lull ( (.41133. DOWN MONTH WITH US NEW THREE bedroom CB two ...e.birnn.eOallddedoaR0... .............. ....... ...-
. $1195 $1095 doubli lot
. ... . THREE BEDROOM CB : Dui biUi carport oornir u"' .....rod... .,. ..ton.d. .
HIGHLANDS .
LAKELAND
It Short can I SELL It. BURN 428 Condo (17(00. no cloilni
'60 FORD Gololli. V.8 2-Door Hardtop . . $129 $1100 in Helihti Lot No. (. no. SEE IT DOWN,. H L. (Nobel '.1... (700 down. ((3.2811. .'" S'LAIELANDMOTORS
I', turn iwnlni window!. oullU .I..rlnl srsoefeoit ror bomlillOCprn. or Realtor LMLA 104 S. T..- jeLl.
60 DODGE Seneca V-8 4-Door Sedan . . $995 $900 In nnio and oven. Tints home ... bird ro.d. .81.1221. ".... AvIonIc. Phone MTJ 1-1113 C. heusam OR Ir.do...., ..hod.IbrIn coronet bedroom INC.
I. In Immaculel condition (BOlonlh A. ACRES of lakefront propirlf .$.., to S. Too... '0" parklu Iv.ta 10' borne I. Port
will
60 LARK 6 2-Door IAKEIANDACRES Or PetS Cfuntv One
cylinder Hardtop . . $895 $600 tenant Call
to permanent LOIS .
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mar Polk Cit fenced clearedTermi L..Oord.1e or HolI,....... .U Auth.r>i *J VW D lr
Ho"d 011I.,10. 2altite "U 2.41't w. II. WllliimnRe.ttoe SSOOW.MIMOIALSLVB.I.o.u .
59 FORD V-8 4-Door Sedan. #D243A . . $695 $600 $. NU 0.042OctetuOas. .(90000 CBS.UU. 180J.- MU a.ma

'59 FORD Ranch Wagon. #D102A . . $995 $600 NIC. 110.1.0 151 .IU. aawera 1S3 Homes Fir Sal I. 1 CL..I"IED DIsPLAY

'59 PLYMOUTH Savoy V-3 2-Door Sedan . $695 $600 REAL ESTATE 0050 ihrv. Mor bedroom. lr.d home r.r Subjest.oull, In 10 ON DADE CITY ROAD 8OUTH8IDE. NEW Tradeeaultr ,our

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15,51 m.rl. 0eo4lO4.VERY Thru bedroomi thatwill
59 PLYMOUTH Belvedere V.8 4-Door Sedan . $795 $700 iTiii" take twin' oedi. ".,kI.( du-

'59 CHEVROLET Impala V.8 2-Door Hardtop $1295 $1000 143 Mobile Horns Lots 0051RASI.i.110.. .1000 I. sootri.ltOlial ondn..r MEL RUDY lao mobIl. inopolni acrou, itnet ind from elementary outh-

a.e oohool. 000.1510 0611. IMLA REALTOR wont Junior Rich Weit Wlndaor
59 CHEVROLET Parkwood Wagon . . $1095 $950 :BCAOTIPTJL: LAROE ihidr lot 1111. 'Street, off South Lincoln A.eaue .
toe Inner on Like '.rk... SIDHo MORTGAGE BROKER Open Sunday afternoon. ...0.as "OVER 200 CARS
59 FORD Foirlone V-8 4-Door Sedan. #202A $695 $600 : Tint wilt, ind electric Pb. b, ippolntmint.' Phono (M1910 .

'59 FORD Ranch Wagon #912A . . . $895 $800 I''1(3-4911 t ACRE LOT 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. (U JJI1 TO CHOOSE FROM"CHEVROLET
dial 686-4107 any time CHARMING 'MAL bo.... "v.1

'58 BUICK Convertible . . . . . $795 $750 144 Acriogi, Lots For Sole Close In SE Lakeland b. soya to appreotile. SltraollnwI '
I oils..a. Pull tile bith oolorfdlarie 62Corvair

'58 FORD Country Squire . . . . . $495 $395 I LAND IIUY-IOIO 10" semI.rlaod Hard Road City Water 145 Bvslntii Prtporly tmotor.a. Mreened porehibll I I
lermi arruild Con-
..
Monzas
'57 DODGE Custom Royal 4-Door Sedan .. . $495 $395 ,tIAOorrle.IUvsnthftoOd00dteeeU ole. turd IOU pa 1 act owner. (M.1407. I
Ideal For Trailer TAMPA RIOHWAT IO I itT.Ow .
'57 MERCURY 2-Door . . . . . $495 $395 I fonmd. (9( per C oerili..r...0 BO loadlniohuui aoreitmlr or Otherwise eseews... offer John Bren.Realtor $
ran 124 Wen Mil. 0". BARGAINSAND
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(BoOO (1BOO down 300 .0'''
57 DODGE 2-Door Hardtop . . . . $395 $300 I so I,edfcatlla. onlr 490000 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL.
3000 ..r... four mllei from C,. I ONLY ONE I aduitrlal lota' lltet all arm. Mel From
CHEVROLET 6" 2-Door I
57 Sedan
. . . $695 $600 II..... oardent U S", hlihwirfrontaie Rudf, Realtor. 1137 I. Memorial
I sale (1(0 pel ..... seeR Bind $004101.ONDUeTRIAO. BUYERSmeet
C. Loll or R L. Gardner. $250: dn. $35.00 mo
TRUCKS I Dick Roll. toil EMI Main TRACT Idjolni PENDARVIS
I Phone MU -(133. Kraft Poodi aporeilmitelr 16

( '58 GMC /i ton . . . . . . $595 $450 KIRK McKAY John Aero "I.h.t. .ron...,. .Railroad.. Router..80 Me GOO In the Want Adi If ,

,; '57 DODGE V-8 Cob and Challis 175" . : : $595 $450 Phone: 686.3243TWO 4101EVIN you have lomethlnj to sell. CO.

'57 STUDEBAKER ton . . . . . $495 $400 1RADfORCA[ (honks I.COMMERCIAL.' ansI'.. norm loll., $two. a service to offer or room 310 Ne. Florid Ave.
ACRE homeilt' four' mUll ,..... IIIrH" 'ork.. Aneaue Lskdond
I.,.. to rent don'I wslt dlsl
North ell,. lOG down I2S p.r.rontb roar -
Oeorae Eurt Broker. (((. Ott
AIR CONDITIONED CARS MU 11151 now and place
H 3212 146 Firms, Grmi, Ranch

'62 FORD Golo.io 500 4-Door Sedan . . $2195 $1895 85 ACRES WITH FIVE ACRE Plant Ole firm your ad.CtiAOStPIIO.

'61 DODGE Polara 4-Door Sedan . . . $1895 $1695 3 BR HOUSE homo, furnlihd Mode In "..300C'.II .
those unused srtleles I talk*. Clark Reiltr. ((( OiPLAY ,
60 CHEVROLET V-8 Impala 4-Door Sedan . $1595 $1450 tnrouRti Ledger Went North of town I acre*..-JO price 6011.

'59 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Door Hardtop . . $1495 $1200 Ad. It'l.s smsrt wsy to sld ( acrei..-..1. ,In.."paaloreaodnhoi old lii.aoioter .

'58 OLDSMOBILE 98 2-Door Hardtop . . $695 $650 got quick ca,h. Dial UUttllM .orc.1 "iteO.a 10 panel 10 ACRE FARM

'61 VOLVO Model 544 2-Door Sedan . . $1095 $1050 : right now.CLASIF5ID enads. Tuker.r.1I Idase Jr R..llor.ul. wills II .U TII.

'56 PLYMOUTH Wagon! . . . . . $495 $450 I '.'173 orenon iDSI .1 "U .not 'Iniheid ..,u.. .. Spark
man Road Oood a bedroom home
DISPLAY Iacalsttvpd ...turo 3 ..,..
In ,ouni Himllm a acrei In
1C no finale lo trade with SELL YOUR CAR HIGHLAND DRIVE Hall a arau ..,.... I. borne
OttO Several I out bulldlnai A
TO US OOOD BUY Onlr U1M Good
WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR I tirmi.
ANY CHAN USED CARS. UU (0'.14(' and Idiso' ueocto
Bunker Hill I
Inc. (UOO each. Citrus on moil
ROSS LAKELAND
__ lou John Mitchell Realtor. 8401S A. S. MORROW I

MOTORS, INC. Florida MO a.61M or 5.4001ZCjjiFiIDDiSPLA REALTORS LMIA
four friendly Dodge Dealer 1500 W. M.III.rl.lllo.. Branch Office
Ph. MU 2-5111 V 40* I Memorial Sl 1"d.

-= Mil 4.7106 Used Truck-Tractor Clearance



fliitFor Pleasant, Comfortable I 20 YEAR TERMS

180 Anvo. 31 .,... I. 17." ..Id
Care-Free Driving 5r50. 21 .or. I. 3-.ld iretiComploto
I oro.. e.iretiklment .. ooulpoI DIESELSW -
I with Irrliitlon Mew hoi..
Anywhere Any Time tent art, oetltnete 12011O-14.000
__ b..... Price (100 000, 2I% tT CHI Jim Power! with T R Tuck have a good selection of rood.ready diwisls.
A Used Car From eel Jr. Realtor1171.
Quality
Look .f these price end come pick yours out.

I.ao ttre .ro... 10 levees mat,... '
85 T43 56 GMC 471 engine . . $ 795
mMtl Mimllna with Mate Van . . .
LAKELANDFORD lenc... and ,..... Browse Haerei
I to 0 fri All on Mur.. # 60 T4A 58 AUTOCAR DCU75, top mechanically . $6500
,3J IsleS Improved ......... (
IrrHitlon well Modernised nimeCB P859 '58 DIAMOND T, tilt cab, top condition . $5900
iiraie. equipment steed

; H..., bloom. Only Put(Uooo vroductlofenellent wIlls R855 '54 MACK Tandem "Cherry Picker" . . $2395

.j'jd'j 2400 lermi(. John florid Mitchell. MU 9(114 Realtor, (.i P860 '56 DIAMOND T, tilt cab. A bargain at . $4900

..'09'. R857 '57 MACK B61, engine major overhaul . $6250

147 Interns Property 159TA '58 MACK B61, completely reconditioned . $6500

I I TWO DUPLEXES 'foi,,, ....10
meta) furnlahod Air We oho ...*( toverol mw, 1.1 Mocks

eondlUonedDUPLEX 1..Im.n'. EvcillintPhono l2-.otu.aiitcheno a. .. If yen eoe't like th... ,.11." toll.. ", h.t'. ,lOo$.

DELUXE In .." alee

nelihborhood. eondHloned hardwood ilectrlc neon.ir teat.. We have the best selection of go. tractors 'in central Florida.

plenty peio.eS.. ..... eatoN and
'U PONTIAC lonnevuK 4-Door Hardtop $') j Q 61 DODGM-DoorSiwat). V-l, 995 ..frI....tsr.. double carport Here I Is a partial liltin,.

Leaoid Air i conditioned(1 : V S power ell the map . . ...... combine*. Wint oomethtninice
CHEVROLET Bucoyna -Doo.. Slondord S,.... $QQCmillion 57 CADILLAC 4-Dow Sedan. All I power wad I I Ulli .. It. Owner. ...(.1801 168TA '61 FORD MOOO, sleeper. Real good. . $4995
995 1((' rRONTAOE: with two .....
6 cylinder. Only 777 air conditioninf . . Located In Industrial ... .urea S R826 '61 FORD MOOO. New engine, just installed $5500

'5, FORD Geiloiio 4-Door Sidon $1 '61 FORD Feirlone 2-Door. li, 6 cylinder, itondord $| I. Q Ctronimiiilon Reduced for aulck ealo Leihr '
095 'R..llOr. lit north Man. 4(1- R793 62 FORD F-950. Almost low $6500
Loodid, Air conditioned i I keotoa. 7.000 milot . I O 7 J "... new. Very mileage

'60 FALCON Stolon Wagon 2-Door. Radio heoter SQQC '5$ FORD Country Sedan Station W.' N. SCOC DIlt.UXI: BOUTHSIDI ... ...... P795A '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V.8 .$ 995

sod sIr con.itienlni 77J F.rd-0-MotK, V.8, keeter . W7eJ I. loss lor.II.. 201.303 toss

61 FORD Geloiio 4-Door $. IR. V-l, Ford-O-Matic $2295 51 MERCURY 4-Doer Hardtop. Like i tat SDOC S room 5ea-5. kitchen Two bedroom nr conditioned. II.... 129XB '53 GMC, 302 engine . . . . ,$ 750

toerlng sir 15.000 wiles : .. O7J liter S phone MU a.(J14. WC Runs
power I R784 56 WHITE 22. good . . . .$ 595
62 CHEVROLET BiKiyiK I 4-Door V-l, Fow.rghdl. )1CQCowor 57 MERCURY 2-DMr Hardtop' 141 WatertrwrH Property '
695 R761 58 FORD C-850. Tilt cab rebuilt $3750
itwwiln cower brokoi, sir conditioning I oV 7 oar Nice . . . . completely .

62 THUNDERIIRD loodid .1 lncludin sir $tQ '60 DODGE' Station Wegon Leaded 1295 I 139(0 SACRmCB. 3 bedroom- CEDAR emcee iaun ilonibouia 82T4A '61 FORD F-850, new tires. Real sharp . .$3795

conditlonlria I (1)) . . . . U 7S Air conditioned. . . . . . (7M Code or leraui '
62 THUNDERBIRD I Convertible. SOIOC '59 FORD Felrlane 500 4-Door Sedan' I Laos. Iota i from MM (. off asS R818A 57 GMC 552, runs good . . . . .$ 750

Leoded Air, conditional . . . . JI7J Like new . . . 1095 S H'd.0005...d..,,...S .11.Cross Hona. A .0'nInlm as onS. R791A '51 INTERNATIONAL 1-185, block assembly .$ 895
5< THUNOimiRD 62 FORD Country Stolon Station 1
1795 Wagon' 1995 ,S.. :Ml Woode one witort

Heedtop . . . . . Ferd-0-Matic, X-8, eir . 100 PT Lakefroat' M 'mllee' csal
'55 THUNDIRIIRD '56 FORD 2-Door Sldin 6 cylinder, I lot Lakeland on Like HalchlnebaLail
1395 395 lot for Into at (4MO Hah TRAILERS ? ? ? WE HAVE THEMA
ConvortlbU . itindord tranmiiiion . . . .n' dr,. C.. a. or Intl to lOis.S .
57 FORD 2-Door H.rdtop. V-l Ford-0-Mot.c '595 '57 CHEVROLET 2-Door S.""" 6 cylinder.tendard S .lmt.r o. MistS. a. C. Las .

rodx end heoter ( $e.n.ewi.IeaALL : . 395 ''II. L. Oerdner. E. L Stoke or I list .,. stock of rebuilt trailers.
,Leli M Dick. Reellr loll 1 1Ma ....
USED CARS HAVE 1964 TAGS '* SI Phone MU (--ill ION C Dry Freight 0 Bunkers and Blowers Refrigerated

DON HOWELL, USED CAR MGR. WI BUY CLEAN USED CARSSpecial 250 ?EWP
Wa alia hove pickups panels dump trucks
etc.
Note!t I
A LAKE
Note : If you have hauling to da, we can equip you.TRUCKTOWN .

ARE THUNDERBIRD
Were for a' 1 badensts-Plotds roam ATf
open 5
a.WE Screened poll.
HEADQUARTERS convenience 0 Oven eilloKleeirle
your e relltnt heat

Our 'S6 I. '64 Blrdi Teday Mon. Thru Sat. 5 0 t Pt'D air. .IIr-dI..1 rendition..

5 "' ...... weih <
8 A.M. Till 9 P.M. rr f
_ _ e RoeI II drassneima
WolI.I..oIl ......, fill

Corner E. Phone I. S "'hoJU'T (DIVISION OF UKILANt FORD)

Ave.Lakeland FORD OUT PIP CITY010 -

Cr Lake MU 2-1102 I uRNS: OItADI_ CALf.MU ..CllOOL 1430 W. M.morialll"d. Phone MU 6.2159iIi

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REAl ESTATE1S3 REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LAKELAND lEDGER,Thursday.- March 12, 1M4 SI


Houses For Salt 1 151 Hegiii for Sale 153 lUwin For Sale! 151 HtuiM Fir Salt 153 NMIM for Salt REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE PENDARVISCHEVROLET

INT SAW KMT OOINV*. 'Mbedroom. TWO IIIDROOM CII heal. osaplotslp OWIfBH OPWM Hi_ _. IS) Houm for Salt 1S3 HOMIII Fr Sol
.. ilMplw "" ..... Gotten tors10b d. We50 tiel.. oft two bill OB _.. Bwod pa-
'in nit M1-U34 J.twwe* .., PJBUIUNO WabaaB, Una. iiu Ooahran. lID. A''_U.. ........ PMMBbullMB SOUTHSIDE STEAL TlOY .IDIIOO, t*. buu. Two alDR00M0' uosty 'or.1.4.
II..... Oil ChDlM CI...- hat I055tlos. Osr.ast. = IT fcpotrew luxury two bedroom oMtral brat ud air fanllr Now root Out of 1:we
lund Hrllhta. lot Oak torn. Alt M kr ..b4tlt. Alt d with separate dining room r..a. Lew don panuat. Mt .. owner Mil .....n.blr.: 1404 Noel
Ills room, bilk ud half Drlnby as-set.. ha* irantUilM' PPOSSOSp'I 'ln' room.alBlM electric kitchen screen enclosed -
414 KmimwMd and phone rooai_ raw J pool covered patio. 140 DOWN *4t PMBtk bun two :. MM dawn. Thru
KNOlSrTll'OOWTKOt.
lor ippolntBUt BfUr I. ITO :I. SJJJS5EJ. I 1M. ftpdraom horn, Mln Pirk Ar- bedroom. two bath CB bom, norM -
H tI' in mr MI OWNER SALE! ...KITCnrN.. UMlttdlaiwaiter Reduced $1200 to only 319,- bar Salk mlpNnd ../..,... room, Neil Mbool Owner.
nil rerrMwra.Mr. 7901 RO-1098. 600019. 555.0004CLAIFIID. HAS A CAR FOR YOU !
UODCRN THRU bMraomkilh 2 ALL BRICK HOMES Small down payment Mu. children twlmmlwPMI
BoulhOMt Idoitlon. dntlil Lot 06'x01'. Mar w. how LA. I a 16P AV PUPLAVDISCOUNT
!>e.un. and air aoadlUonlniTcrruu wp parker Hold IB Medulla. a rou KN-Mlt mo** .ia.MO.C BEST BUY WESTI! : : } o''Hl1 !
$$ssr.: scr
floor. CItrus lrM. Lowdown arcs bedroom. Ill* Data Cl honu i' 1II111\i\
uumi .._.... M _) $56.36 wltt earport ud uUUU. an U Una RIchmMd MO O-SIU Three bedroom on corner Yn, Hit fargtit ttltttbn if Quality a.tomo.lI"
bin llovt rlibt u call _IHO.r ..... lol nmronlioitilr MUMweralul tmnlnn MO |. TM !
lot just oft Memorial Boulevard In the tl Nndarvlt Ch.vrol.EVERY' .,
688.3011 Ftr BoamlnU "OM (M I month .w li hltttry -
CRYSTAl. ,._1. CHI Mrl Traiuiw MO west Good for Kraft I
LAKS.. ,IMO.. daws, ilo.lni lows paraml n ow 1010. """ or MO 4.7177.WEEK'S CAR ON OUR LOT IS PRICED TO SELL
:
no .IU Two bedroom btanr models sow .odor BEERMAN REALTY or Sunbeam family. Only ,
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new .Inl Ile eondlUoiia. ''t
slratla. !
moo and ..
you make the .
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bitch trim 101>001. M3-MK alter yr ;
I Mia aailh Florid Amu : yb
PHI. BEST BUY terms! RO1124.
I new Biawnn "' ... bedroom, btttiBd
IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION lull bom ra Hllbwar In MUST :SELLIMMEDIATELY :w ; I '62 Chevrolet '61 Chevrolet
$50 PER MONTH mibland all between c,..... ,
CO. .nd H.._. Low dews parnint MEL RUDY ; w..... V.. ........'1., rolls. MMI ....,_. Automkll
u tuilllylni.FUSSELLE. BOO down will bur tub bedroooi heiter. iMterv *lr. Arop,4i.. bw1.P, ... /" r
INC. LMLA-REALTOR wn.M with B pliawiil Mu In- whlo{ .t .N.
O and I bedroom Iram *MM I & SONS, from* leis on ten..hMN i "',' M '
that Blurt a* Mid unnedlltilrM 411 av>. n*. AT*. 11 100.ttI to tkt Solon pub MORTGAGE BROKER w'
ouillfrlni. B* .1c>.1.. oait intrai ..,-. II OH-I43I INC. area. $48 00 nonUilr payment 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. :
Minimum down urn.nd .nt an I. n*. A... .ca- u9 lower thin rent.TODAY $1895 $1'595
von nov IB. For Informationphon BO-1043. dial 688-4107 any time
Mondar Ihrauih Prtdar tte Call ..... WHUr. Mo-olll W

.. IT'S GOTTA GO! I "1m. 210000M00OR 003.4940HENRY J. I ( I Nftl mgr llllllll!! I 'i i i
MU 2-2233 9oo down win .... Ton LEWIS BIG '
Ooulhildt lM,uun. Thm .....- 3 ImROOMO 10 DON &SONItelllori PRICEREDUCTION '61 Chevrolet 61 Chevrolet
raom, toe bitha kullt-la tlteh.en I...... CwmHIbl Power
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H Thursday LAKELAND March 12, LEDGER'II|! I Many Feel Election Year Has Little Real I Town Buys


Fair Won't Parking Meters

Bolshoi BalletComplains 4 The Meet DateBy Repercussions On U. S. Economy After 9 Years


V BOB THOMAS By SAM DAWSONAP sway a sensitive stock marketat But if the recent past to a LOVELL Wyo. (APMt hat
Of AccidentsMOSCOW I Stars AP Movie-Television Writer Business Newt Analyst times The market reacts[guide, the national party platforms been nine years since Lovell decided -
quickly: to rumors of war or will be fairly close in to put In parking meters.
NEW YORK (AP-It'U never NEW YORK (AP-The turmoil peace, totalk of new political matters affecting the general But none of the meters, 224 In
(AP) Dancers of be ready, say many visitors as of a national election year policies touted as bearing on economy. The present administration all, has been Installed.
the Bolshoi Ballet complained I Impel they gaze at the quagmire often sends currents twirling business, in fact, to rumors of is unlikely to take any Became businessmen feared
Tuesday they are suffering far streets and the jumble of ce- through the stock market tem almost any kind. steps that would upset the business they woud drive shoppers to
porarily. But the effect on the
train. nnllll applecart. And the public other towns, the parking meter
too many accidents while On
ment and lumber trucks amid economy in general is usually Cycle Upside
its
is unlikely to change spending ordinance passed in 1955 has
leg and dancing. 1 By Carroll (lighter the unfinished buildings strewn far less than the political orators This year the business cycleis saving or Investing plans been repealed. A firm which
They blamed the accidents on across the Flushing Meadowsite are wont to predict. still on the upside, even because of any political oratory. supplied the meters for U,448
the pressure to produce more of the New York World's Businessmen will be paying though the recovery from the Even individuals with the fought up to the Wyoming Supreme
and better dances. Some dancers Fair more attention to any widening low point of the last recession most partisan views are likelyto Court to get its money
are forced to dance while effects of the federal tax cut Is now three years old, a ripe Cal said Tuesday
---- the family Mayor Taggert
they are 111, the complaint said.I THURSDAY, MARCH 12, gI g-- But officials of the World's than to who Is likely to be the age for the average upswing.The budget go on quite handling apart from them, the money finally has been
The complaint was signed by Fair exude confidence that most Republican candidate for president tax cut, as it boosts consumer and to assess economic prospects paid.
some of the top bolshol stars GENERAL TENDENCIES November of the fair will be ready to which has the
: SAGITTARIUS ( open or to party buying and as it encourages In much the same fashion That doesn't mean Lovell Intends
and published by the official You make 22, and I'm Inclined to believe better chance of in November
want to your big 22 to December 21) See what April winning businetsmen to increase as their neighbors. to put the meters up.
medical newspaper Medical I gest and best plans more operative you can do to make abode them. And they will be paying their expansion and modernlza
Workers. and you can do so more comfortable attractive. Other IClutter Recalled even more attention to the lion programs, is counted uponto ,[ Aubrey Gatewood of the Los
now if you will keep in mind Buy kin thoughtful little gifts underlying strengths of the keep the upswing going The Milwaukee Braves have Angeles Angels pitched a perfect
DRIVE-IN THEATRES : your most lofty intentions, Harmony within the home is I recall the cutter ot work economy apparent before the through the campaign period at signed pitching coach Whitlow American Legion game in
and of debris the
trucks as
piles
when this time. tax cut. least.A .
even reducing them to most Important at through 1965. 1956.
OPEN ':IS SHOW 7:00 I. a working expression Be CAPRICORN (December 22 Seattle World's 1963 Fair site on Yet the Politics Has Little Effect I world debacle, a sudden Wyatt
before the
opening.
TonljM'i Th. Night sure that you do hold steady to January 20) Getting an ear- day loss of confidence at home,
T. Go Out T0 A Movl.1TONITE to whatever others expect of ly start makes it easy to keep everything was splc and span In most presidential election' might change: this There Is at
you or you find yourself alienated on time appointments made for the opener.A years In the past the economy present no sign that either Is in The -
from them, since they previously. Then discuss results tour of the New York fair has continued along the trend the making.
left the that the business cycle already was '
Impression
grounds
are now overly sensitive. with associates amicably
That the of the
course economy
will whether that was or Bucket
the major exhibits come taking up
1I4 ARIES (March 21 to April See that reports are ac under the finish line breezing. down. And any change in that may be changed very little ,
19) If you quietly analyze curate and neatAQUARIUS You see action everywhere.The trend during the campaign has by the alarums and excursions
SHOWINGI! whatever conditions exist that (January 21 to been by economic of the political campaigns does l' : ,rL1 Chic.
FIRST DRIVE-IN fountains around the Unt explained Pi'r ; ::
Let others handle S.
keep you from getting ahead, Feb. 19) not mean that businessmen hunl" P.oPI ,
AT ':00 10:40 sphere are being tested, shooting causes rather than by political
while
make and their own affairs today won't have their
can
you quick necessary : I preferences.
toward the 14-story-high prospects
Jets
-- .- changes. Show con you concentrate on getting In stainless steel miniature of the In a few of the elections the They doubtless will feel that $370'
dorUdagJames cern for those In need. Be more revenue. Make partial
earth. Incoming administration has one side will make the climateIn
garner ri\ generous payments on your bills. Im The international exhibits look meant a distinct break with Washington more salubrious uii rail 995v ICk0.nd
polly bergen TAURUS (April 20 to May prove property by making well along. The Vatican pavilion past policies. But usually the for them than It would be under : envy
rr-user 20) Coming to better understanding needed repairs. topped by a gleaming cross, economic forces themselves already the other Many businessmenwill
with chums means PISCES (February 20 to seems ready to receive its star were clear cut, and too openly take sides this time, ALSO FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS

rq. KmveceOCer."! comprehending their views March 20) If you know whatIt attraction, Michaelangelo's Pie- strong to be moved much by reversing their traditional caution Oran P D... M.... tllou Thup II ...... Ie em.Cs .
better. Make an effort to do Is you want to accomplish, ta. The Thailand temple is golden the results of the votes. about politic partisan in So'" II ..... Ie e..m.t .
darlltng"ONMA5COrt this. Be very loyal to those you can make really big and polished and Jordan And since World War II the volvement. But they are unlikely -
who are helpful in your careeror strides today. The right contacts looked prepared for Its exhibitof government has become so to change their company'; !
mawsuwAT personal life. are the key to It all. A the Dead Sea scrolls. large a force In the' economy, plans in any way because of the : f .kq. I .4 C :
GEMINI (May 21 to June positive but quiet attitude gets At opposite corners of the fair and its general policies so set, fortunes of the campaign. 4
9:10 ONLY! 21) Your conservatism can results. rise the Florida citrus tower and hat there has been Increasingly On the state and local levels
RAY MILLAND In make a fine impression on IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN the reproduction of Crauman's less change In direction with the campaigns may be quite 1133 E. Main St Ph. MU 6.4151
"THE RIVER'S EDGE" high-placed persons at this TODAY, there will be the ability Chinese Theater, which fronts ,any turnover in administration.I meaningful to business! conditions
COLOR time. Giving more attentionto to think big and at a majority relatively the Hollywood exhibit. Campaign talk, however, can there. .
earlv age as - -
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TO COME TO sive.MOON these ideas to be made practicable
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CHILDREN June 22
OUR ( and much success follows Shopping
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MIDNIGHTSPOOK on the positive side of life capable of dealing very intel
SHOW and thereby missing out on ligently with others. However,

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At 7:00 .ft' 1050, iy.VIRGO
JAMES GARNER In (August 22 to Sep- HistoryBy
"CASH McCALL" tember 22) Go directly to
your partners and discuss THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Also it 9:00 Only" deals instead of wasting time Today is Thursday, March 12,
JOHN WAYNE ,In with those who are not connected 1964. There are 294 days left In
"THE COMANCHEROS" with them at all. lis- the year.
ten to their ideas. Combine Today's highlight In history:
forces. On this date In 175S, the first
Fl .!*. LIBRA (September 23 to October steam engine in the American
22) Get busy with all colonies was Installed and put
LAST NIOHT2Se those labors especially con In service at New Barbadoes
PASS NIGHT! nected with beautifying sur Neck, now North Arlington,
I
roundings. Be generous with N.J. It was imported from England Another Smash Hit
ALL COLO f.Oa."M co-workers Show you appreciate to pump water from a
their help and coopera mine.
Shown ot TtOO With *
Portlol Repot ot U:00 tion.SCORPIO
(October 23 to November On this date:
"I THANK A FOOL"Susan
21) You must contact In 1917, the Russian Revolution .
HaywnrdSHOWN the right people if you wantto began.In Tf
AT 9:10: ONLY make your finest talents 1933 President Franklin D. EATI
"THE BIG COUNTRY" show the greatest profit. Don't Roosevelt broadcast his first
Gory Peck neglect good friends In PM. "fireside' chat" to the nation.In .
Kirk Dotitjln Get together for type of recreation 1946, former President .
you like.America Herbert Hoover urged Latin TODAY
American nations to export less .
food to the U.S. and to send It
N to the starving European peo
; OPEN 12:45sowerrowN : ples.

SHOWS AT 1 :25 Ten years* ago* -* Two U.S. Skews At ( OnSTARTS ly this one could follow

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