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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 17, 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. 177 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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WILLIAM D. SHILUNG are enjoying assessments on- IS per cent of the value established which no Improvement have
Ledger Staff Writer ly a fraction of the total setup by the county. been built Such land In the

4g Equalization of the assessment by the county. ( 2. Other real property In the municipality I I. assessed very
roll In Lakeland should Once again it should beemphasized municipality carries city assessments ) low In relation to county val
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result In 'a reduction In the that some proper.* 50 to 75 per cent uations.
< tax rate of several or more ty owners are getting highly -and upwards-higher than It is to be expected that
mills favorable treatment on assessments Ii the county values some property owners en-

This would mean lower municipal through no fault of their E joying very low city assessments
own. I will contend that
tax bills for a iubitantial -
majority of property Set By Assessor Third Of county property values are

owners In the city. Individual property assessments much too high.
This be true. But It
Higher tax bills would be are/ set by the City of A Series may
does that
not seem likely
received by those property Lakeland-by the tax assessor Lakeland
owners whose present assessments under the city commission. property owners
would unrealistic
are very much on the An analysis of the assessment 3. A high percentage of new accept assessments
If
low side.Under. role in the city compar- property in Lakeland Is assessed by the county.
figure are substantially
Lakeland present paring the municipality's values proportionately with county
Inflated, it would be
assessment roll, hundreds of with the property values the assessments of the county.
likely that a small of
army
property owners are paying let by the county discloses: 4. One of the most glaring Lakeland would de-
taxes out of line-on the high 1. Some property In Lake- differences In city-county assessments taxpayer

side-In relation to those who land is assessed at only 10 or la on land upon (Turn To Page 14, Col. 1)


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Three Huge Brush Fires








De Gaulle/ Waves To The Crowdr Raging In Los Angeles


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I'' Bryant Wins Clash With Subsiding I!




Kynes On Merit System Winds



r' TALLAHASSEE (APAtty..' my hint of politics from any decision mend< head of the agencies af Give HopeLOS
Gen. James Kynes and his for If one were made to fected.
mer boss Gov. Farrl Bryant, place the officials back under
Bryant and ANGELES (APHowling
Comptroller
clashed the the, and Ray -
: today over having merit system preventthe
Cabinet reconsider its decisionto \next governor from tiring E. Green Immediately objectedto winds which whipped three

take away merit system protection them, x review. brush flrep Into a destructive
from M agency officials The Cabinet sitting att the "You're: throwing this right In- holocaust pubsided, today, giving -

{ Bryant won the\onfrontatlon State Personnel Board, scheduled tot politic." laid Bryant to firemen hope of getting that M wk .
Ky es. "I have already re upper hand over the blazes, + -
a review for December
If the officials\were under
the position and I find
merit system protection an Incoming 1964- the month> the lIewovernor' there viewed' has been change." The winds were down to J JII
governor could not fire take. qt ice- atj the around 35 miles an hour early
them without causeTIt they were time of the original action.I "Asking Review" today, with a Weather Bureau

fired, they could appeal. Kynea said the review( should\ '"I cbt'$ agree." MM Kynes forecast of a further drop.FI.me..I..I4' .
r .ltyne .,anted the Cabinet to be made before the Democratic "W. are only asking a-tewiew that win:'
tvtow,3.action Of' August. JM2 or Republican Party nominees of the situation since same refireretardant p"rmlt'\l1I of plinci"trumping (
x.\\
In lifting the protection. were determined In the prima organization ha taken place borate solution
Bryant and three other Cabinet ries. the government." on the hot spots jiorth of Los

members 'voted down Kynes'motion The Legislative Council Com. Kynes. who was appointed attorney Angeles Planes could not be rf
that the action: should be mlttee on Pensions and Retirement the used Monday when the winds
general by
governor gusted as high as 100 m.p.h.The .
reviewed now before the May also recommended that the I .
primary elections, to remove review be made now by depart- (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) I multimillion-dollar fires ai: i
lashed through expensive' suburban I .
residential areas bordering ..
W. W. Read Glendale, Burbank Pasadena -
Candidates In
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and Newhall. / ...:;,. ,.;.
II The fires scorched. at least 0 a ?uyr.twli.
To Seek
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10.000 acres In all. i
auasr-
Primary ContestsBARTOW Fire officials, rechecking the
School Post damage said at least 23 homes %

were destroyed, and seven bad
With the deadline James R. Mclver qualified
ly damaged. ,
W. W. (Bill) Read principalof
for qualifying less than yesterday. Riley will seek the the Winston ElementarySchool No deaths were reported. Several 1

three hours away. the number sheriffs office, and McIver la firemen were Injured !fightIng
of candidates qualifiedfor running for supervisor of reg and former aupervln- the blaze In the rugged canyons Woman Saves Heirlooms From Fire iI i
log principal of Kathleen and and ridges.Thousands .
the May I primary rose to istration.
Others who qualified yesterday Frostproof area schools announced of homes were M.dlyo. Irtwiilii' clutches e pelt' .f eatiq.. ....01.1.".* Inkir raid Ira tint threatened kr ....... I* ". Vr.ui d wilduwspfHumes {

62.The are P. B. Hendrick today as a candidatefor evacuated In areas near the two arms II she rues down Gknrfilc. Ctllf., .....t .lira*' .! e bars steers a braik-cvend hlllild. I.AP Wlrph.t.). t .
latest qualifier was W. county school superintendent major blaze adjoining Burbank .
W. (Bill) Read principal at Fort Meade, candidate for In the Democratic pri- and Glendale, about 12 miles
Winston Elementary School District 2 constable; RochardBranson mary election In May north of downtown Los Angeles'i

who qualified to oppose superintendent of Lakeland incum- In his announcement Read, OH EndangeredOil I i Turkish Military Activity Cigarette
of public Instruction a teacher and principal In I
Shelley S. Boone. bent county judge, for reelection Polk County Schools for the fields were endangered by I

George R. Burt of Lakeland ; Eloy Delgado of Win- past IS years, said: the other fire, near Newhall. Labeling'Fight

also qualified this morning ter Haven for District 4 peace "I am a candidate for county Fire officials pinned hopes for

Burt to seeking the district justice; G. Bowdon Hunt school superintendent because stamping out the blazes on be- Steps Up Around Cyprus ResumesWASHINGTON
1 county commissionpost incumbent juvenile court I believe there If an haviour of the hot desert winds I

now held by Floyd Woods for re-election and J. urgent need for better quality that have reached lusts up- to (AP) The
Circuit Clerk D. H. Sloan judge, ; Instruction in the schools of 100 miles an hour since the fire
H. (Bill) Kegley. Lakeland, for be we shall use ernment It would Intervene unless battle over plans to label cigarette -
Jr, said fee still was expecting Polk County. started about 5:30: a.m. Mon ANKARA Turkey (AP-The quences may
several Republicans to qualify county commissioner, District Drop Outs Noted day. Sparks from power lines Turkish Parliament gave Premier our right of Intervention should the killing of Turkish Cypriots with health hazard warnings -

a few minutes before the deadline 1. downed by the howling winds Ismet Inonu full backing the necessity arise to safeguardthe stopped.Greece resumes today.
at noon today. "This Is especially true In were blamed for starting several In the 'Cyprus crisis Monday; life, honor and property of has warned Turkey; Among the parade of witnesses
Two Winter Haven Republicans the elementary school.. Many small fires which quickly night as Inonu' government at the opening session of the
Roy C Riley and Brother's Death students drop out of high Joined and raced over the brush stepped up military activity our Turkish brothers.. that If It steps In, the Greek Federal Trade Commission's

school because of the failureto covered slopes.Officials i again after tension had appeared After each flareup on Cyprus government also will act. Greek scheduled three day hearings r
Causes Sister's learn to read and communicate called the blaze the to be easing. Turkish warships loaded with Ambassador Dlmltrl Bitsio( told Monday

Copy Of Special effectively school level.at the elementary worst in the area since the Bel' Warships and troops were on troops set forth from Isken newsmen at the United Dr. Eva Salber of Harvard

Fatal SeizureST. "Much has been said and Air Brentwood disaster destroyed the move once more around the derun. The last show of strength that Greek troops liallon'l University-She said television
Edition Going 'written about this problem in 484 homes and caused an port of Iskenderun 100 miles came Friday when Turkey Turkey made Its threat advertising has a strong Impacton

Emerald Isle AUGUSTINE (AP-A 15- the past four years by the estimated $25 million damage from Cyprus. Inonu warned [warned the Greek Cypriot gov- are still in a state of youngsters who ought to be
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year-old boy collapsed and died school administration, but lit in 1M1. Turkey would step In if the warned that smoking may seem
tle has been done. and 175 pieces United Nations did not protectthe an adventure but soon becomesa
Irltnme always like during a school track meet here About 800 men Adams Rejects Spending '
something around te re Monday and about two hours "Teachers in the schools deserve of firefighting equipment bat Turkish Cypriot minority on dangerous habit.
mind them .f the "'OldSod" later his 14-year-old sinter suffered the full support of the tied the blazes but crews reported the Mediterranean island Raps Industry
whether they are to a seizuni.nd died. office of county school superintendent they could do little except Parliament voted Inonu full Reports Of 5 CandidatesThe Dr. Michael

New York Florida er The boy was Edward Martin If elected, they will t'- |o save homes along the Dowers to act In the Cyprus time foe Shimkin.::: lone.!
East Africa. But at least who died apparently of a heart get this support" t)rlmeter.ClUII1. crisis, and his Foreign Ministry TALLAHASSEE (AP) Secretary response was almost Instantaneous. the of smoking' "At leanor
40 the tobacco
past
The 49 year old school prin- announced that Turkey will abrogate years
died
one Irishman In Polk attack. His sister, Diane, of State Tom Adams Industry has shown the mor-
County to going t. send after learning of her brother' (Turn to Page 2, Columa () nearly a 10.000 1930 treaty Greek under nationals which showed candidates for governor) Within a couple of hours, representatives als of a barracuda;. he told the
a bit of his adopted twin- death. of Kelly Karl and commission. '
Emerald of the children living In Turkey enjoy special of Florida that he meant business
try back t* the Parents are Burns had promised to make H. Thomas Austern, legal
.. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Martin. residence and trade privilege about their meeting the requirements prompt corrections representative of the Tobacco
A copy of The Ledger's Martin Is a postal employe The It said the decree would go into of the state law on I Adams aid that he was Institute The FTC does not
tptclal Polk Count Dee Martina have no other children. effect Sept. K.Greece. spending and contribution pleased with the willingness of have the authority to make

ade for Decision Progress Page AssailedIn He refused Monday to accept the candidate to cooperate and binding rules that would force

Edition Shannon to Ireland being sent by to a Kelly Strikes Amusements .......... 16 a speech to members of his the new financial report of five Incomplete that he was addresses confident were that oversights the the cautionary labeling or advertisements of cigarette -

subscriber.The Bridge ............._... 3 party In Parliament, Inonu assailed candidate for governor. They I ,packages he declared.

special edition win Out On His Day Business Newt .......I1 Greek Greece for .siding He warned'with were Scott Kelly of Lakeland Florida' law require Candidates FTC Chairman Paul Rand
the Cypriot
be published March 28. Comics .............. 16-17 would Intervene if the Fred 0. Dickinson of West Palm to show where their campaign ,Dixon said the commission
and will .. delivered JACKSONVILLE (AP) Classified ... ...... 18-19 U.N.Turkey force being mobil- Beach Haydon Burns of Jacksonville money came from and would not have made the proposals n
la the doors of all regular Doesn't It seem natural that peace conditions Fred Karl of Daytona now It was ipent. Report of the unless It believed that it
Puzzle. 17 Turkish -
Crossword ized fails to meet
subscribers. Additional a man named Kelly would Beach and Charles Holley of St. candidates list many name of had the authority to do so.
Abby ... ...... 17 for keeping peace on Cyprus -
copies may be ordered wear green on St. Patrkk'aDay Dear ? 'etersburg persons who contributed only $1 Outside the hearing I .
from MWtboys or ? Deaths ................ 2 Adams said that some contrib- and some report have been which smoking was banned
the circulation office tor Here Ia how Scott Kelly of EditorialsM.M..............., 4< "Such an outcome may cause utors' addresses were not complete filed showing 10-cent contribution Dixon told newsmen that Ira
21 cents per COPt or five Lakeland a candidate for Fulton Lewis Jr. 5 International events as well asa enough to meet the law's *. matter what the FTC did It
for one dollar, mailed free dressed when ?? clash between Turkey and He had spelled out Kelly' return for last week wouldbe
governor, was requirement realized that Its action
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anywhere in the U. 3. er he spoke at the midyear conference Horoscope Greece," he said "The Greek the law In memo to the candidates reached Ada ma' office Monday subject to review by the
Canada. of Florida county 9 Television ................ 17 government' behavior making March 3. afternoon hour after those of courts. i
Complete. details and a commissioners: Sports ... ..__ 12-13 it seem It to on the side of the "The filing of your report Is most other candidates Kelly reported Dixon said neither he nor the I

convenient order blank Dark blue suit red and Weather ....._.....,... 6 Greek Cypriot band and looters being held In abeyance pending collecting $28801 last,other three commissioners r
are on Page IS. Time to black tie white shirt. bas turned these two friendly compliance with the aforesaid week for a total of $182,213 and'smokes He said he
Women's .......-...... a., cigarettes. j
short; order yours today. He did wear something nations against each other [memo," Adams said In telegrams that his spending was 122.017 for i

green-hi* campaign button W.W.BUXXEAD "Ho matter what the conse to the five candidates. the week totaling J117,8L2. (Turn to Page 2. Column 5)T' 1

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I WASHINGTON (AP-A rail plans, Wolfe Issued a statement tkmttl Mediation Board The

road spokesman who warned Monday night saying "in view unions were not asked to take
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On New LBJ Program that the nation was possibly or of the apparent reversal! of part.

the verge of a vast rail strike their strike plans the railroads At a newt conference, Mon.
says the railroads now "art .day morning Wolfe had announced
WASHINGTON (AP) Con.I'with Johnson to end the 'can optimistic that a crisis can be now are optimistic that a crisis he had been told the

gross trained a questioning eye gresslona delinquency' he said avoided." can be avoided." unions plan to strike the South.

today on President Johnson's it had displayed In the past u' J. E. Wolfe, the spokesmanand Meeting Called ern Pacific and the LAN In an

antipoverty program as It beganan attacking the problem of youthsthe chief negotiator for some attempt to detour the stalled
uncertain Journev through President said now arc 200 carriers, set off the alarm Wolfe noted rail management national negotiations and split
the legislative mill. "condemned to a lire of poverty I bells Monday. He declared he representatives wer summoned the railroads' united front.
which they in turn, will pass on advice"that to a meeting today bj
Democratic reaction had "unimpeachable :
generallywas He warned that if any .:1.
of Labor V. Willard
to their children. Secretary
favorable to the plan the the five operating brotherhoods Wirtz who had declared he caw road was struck, al). major railroads .
President submitted Monday to House Passage Urged planned to bypass national for in the United States
or Justification a
pick up a number of previously negotiations sod strike "no reason would Immediately post pro
Democratic leader Carl Albert national crisis on the rail
considered proposals, add some of Oklahoma urged the the Southern Pacific and Lou roads. posed work rules changes that
new ones and wrap them up isville and Nashville lines have been under negotiation.The .
House to pass the President'sbill Wirta asked the Industry representatives '!
into a JW2J million program and not let down the poor, Wednesday would lead to to meet with Asst unions have said they
aimed he added,
primarily at assistance This
to He said it was an "Intolerable' strike. Secretary of Labor James I. would respond to any attemptto
needy young Americans. situation" that fully one-fifth a nationwide A. the work rules by
ofj I But after officers for two of, Reynolds and Francis impose

Republicans Unimpressed the population Is not enJoylnRthe -. the unions denied any strike O'Neill Jr., chairman of the Na- striking:-.. ___

Republicans, wary of being country' prosperity. '

tagged with opposition to any. position.Nobody But argued there was against so much that Refuse To Free
measures that would reduce poverty Russians
nevertheless found little evident dissent to the methods -
Johnson proposed using that I It
that was new In a
program take the full I
might weight of
some of them regarded as HAPPY NEWLYWEDS Richard III"." an1 his hrida al ana o'er Illiaaark Taylor, orrlvoo1 inToronto

aimed primarily at promoting presidential pressure to push Monday .,ta,,..* wit* Itaaa* faces steer theIr fll.ht Iran M...,"., when lAcy war ...

November Johnson's political .chances in,program through even this year.a portion of the In a "cl.oto c...", ...* Syitday olta.....,. au.... It loyln| rha sidle.. rota In Hamlet al Hia '.rrI.// Injured American Airman

I Canlra ,U Toronto. CP Wrohoro! ,).
Peace I Senate Republicans alreadyare I .. .. .. _._-- .- _._.._--
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Sargent
record
on a against two of
Shriver, designated by the Pres. the major proposals in the Russians refuse to release Communist sources have Indicated
the
ident as his personal chief of I'catch-all Lakeland !Officials WorriedLest BERLIN (AP-An American ]
program youth conservation -
fliers be
staff to direct "the war against renamed flier Injured In the downing ofa him. the three might
corps by
poverty," was listed as the first Johnson as a Jobs Corps and ;i Housewives U.S. reconnaissance bomber An Air Force flight surgeon' tried a* spies.
witness as the House Labor al visited Lt Harold W Welch 24, Monroe spent an hour and 20
national service last week
corps patterned Bait Germany
Committee moved De Gaulle Visit over of Detroit in a Soviet militaryhospital
to consideration -
on the Peace Corps. Both of in fair condition but minutes with Welch. Magdeburg -
of the over-all presidential WarnedLakeland \ is i reported at Magdeburg East
these measure have encountered .1 I II an industrial town 80 miles
I nIght He reported
proposals stiff opposition In the Germany Monday 'southwest of Berlin and 20 miles

Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of House where a Republican housewives were Stir TroubleBy W.W.ReadTo Welch had fracture of south of Gardelegen where the

Minnesota the assistant Senate conservative Democrat coalition warned by police today to be Up the right upper arm and upper 1 plane was shot down.

Democratic leader predicted often calls the turn on legists careful of whom they let enter and lower left leg, a* well as and driver
that members will cooperate lion of this type. their homes. Seek Top abrasion on his left thigh right Capt. Monroe a
made the trip to Magdeburg in
Two women fell Dev to 0 JOHN M. IIIGHTOWER prospect of a "third world"broUllht hip and right fingers.

Note man yesterday who posed as I WASHINGTON (AP)-U.S, of, Into being by French School I Postclpal The flight surgeon, Capt. John a field announced ambulance after Monday the Russian that
To Irishmen Town salesman and 28 of West End N,C. *
: shoe then attempted flclals so far discount the poslblllty leadership, marked by Increasing I. Monroe one of the fliers was hurt and

I to assault them police that President Charles I trade ties with France and Is a native of Iowa. With "requested that Lt. Welch be an American doctor could visit
Of Shamrock For Sale said. released from the hospital for
Capt. Grant M. Harden head de Gaulle's visit to Mexico will, responsive to the dissatisfactions his family, hs moved to Plant return to U.S. control but his him.The

SHAMROCK of the Lakeland Police Depart. make serious trouble for the of people who do not like City almost 35 years ago. He request 'was denied," the Air Soviet announcement was
(AP-This one-He hand each letter in .
stamps the first official word U.S. authorities
time rip-roaring lumber | ment's detective division said United States In Latin America. either the Soviet or the American has been a resident of Polk Force said.
camp,' green Ink. t her first incident refused to had received on the fate
now a tiny hamlet without i I happened But under the official surface way. during most of his adult years. The Soviets give
I of the three fliers
The most memorable St.' about 10:30: yesterday morning. Information on Capt. DavidI.
known Irishman Inside the cltlim.ts. calm there Is some apprehension Washington authorities are 1f he any
is for Patrick's Day was In 1954 when but It was not reported to his During World War Holland, 35, of Holland, Minn The Russian accused the
up sale. the Post Office burned down"I office until 7:30: o'clock las that De Gaulle may get sensitively alert to widespread enlisted In the U.S. Navy, serv and Capt. Melvin J. Kessler 30 Americans of spying. The Unit.

The going price five years age I'I he said "The whole thing night. caught up In or perhaps Inadvertently anti-US sentiments In Latin. of Philadelphia who parachut. ed States rejected the charge

\was Brewn$1.5 million, but owner H.C. was bad but nothing wss lost. Man Invited In stimulate new waves American countries which in ed with Welch when their RB- and demanded return of the

said today he's "toned We saved every letter and got of antiAmericanism.The their view create an opening for : 66B was shot down last Tues- crew and the wreckage of the
that down this Fmt/" Patti 0"
some St. Pat the cards out on time." Mrs. Eustace Home of 2022) plane. N
rick's Day" and may be willing Goodman Sylvester Road was In her yard, French leaders and Prei-De Gaulle' personal diplomacyand I day ___ _.. -------- -- -
to make a deal. He wouldn't say says Shamrock jn when a man approached her and dent Johnson are in a sense, his vision of the French

how much. a Its Saturday hey day night had all television the vigor west of asked if he could talk to her I now embarked on rival campaigns offer of a third way of International log actively for 38 months United Fund Reaches _

Brown bought the community, thinking( It, was a man whom 1 for prestige and effective life. At the end of the war he was I

located about 100 miles south ern"When she expected, Mrs. Home In. Officially the U.S. govern. a lieutenant junior grade assigned GoalSeventy
I'd come to the influence In South American affairs 70 Per Cent Ot
east of Tallahassee, from MarkL post,vlted him In. ment' position Is that De to recruit training "
Fleishcl of Jacksonville for office' on Sunday mornings the The man entered the home iaulle'* visit to Mexico and lat Read earned his bachelor

an undisclosed sum In 1949. Flei- first thing I'd do was check by ind sat In a chair opposite Mrs Ideas Prtsentedn er tripe which ha plans to other of science degree from the per cent of the tam. 500, (1 per cent; Professional

abel developed Shamrock as a the hospital and see who got Hornt and her son, Buddy. Ha American countries hold a welcome University of Tampa and his palgn goal of the United Fund Judge Bronson-$10,500. 61 per

lumber camp for the Putnam killed or was fixing to die. The started talking about shoes he a speech Monday to the hope of Increasing ties be. master's degree from the of Greater lakeland has been cent; Phosphate, Ed Hargaden

Lumber Co. and gave it It's' sheriff had to have eight of 10 was selling When the son left Organisation of American States tween Latin America and US College of Education the and James Cox -$21,273 102

name In honor of the company'deputies on Saturday nights and the home, Mrs. Home said the Johnson presented Ms Ideas for allies In Europe. The United University of the State of New reached according to Fund officials per cent; Commerce Industry .

president the late Irish William Sunday," he said. man asked her to move over on ,outline_ _new_. life.__ Into_ the___ multi.bilIionduilr .. States for several years has York. He has done additional after a morning report John 1.. Snook $98,123 69
Q'Brlm ol St, l' ul Mtajj ijJ .10.01.. AOV BTI .MiNT I the couch so that he could show m m been urging France 'West Germany graduate work at Florida session at Morrison's.Chairman per cent
Thousand '\"","" '101 TH -gu'lu.o :R't CIK. htr aha typoi tit shoes Ita.... t Alienee,, for Progits -, ., Britain and Italy to ex Southern College and the University Jerry Kent said the General Business r. Ed Me
Once CUOI" FLORIDA IN AND; citing1 It 'waat this, time i > pand their roles.-economic, political nf Florida amount subscribed to date Is Mullen and Joe Gondnlfo (Life -

Brown came |iere In 1926 froiji I I FOR OLI( COUNTY. IN, Mrs. Hurne said the. man al At the same time the President and cultural-In Central j lust over J161.000. leaving approximately Underwriters) $IO.m.C4jer
CHANCtRV The educator has taught
Vienna; Ga, as a Putnam em. CAn edo M'-71.291 egedly attempted" id attack her. acted to strengthen the and South America and the classes at Florida $70,000 yet to be cent; General Business 11 'Wal
ploye, and remembers "when \VILI.UU LAWHON' I She' related p Detective H. L authority of his hand.picked dl. Caribbean. evening and also has raised on the goal of $231,000. ter Buehler $450 90 per cent:
Southern taughtat
there were four or five thousand ilalnlltf. ) Brown that she told the man to rector of all S.-Latln-Amerl Privately officials admit that for "We will reach the goal" said Women's Division Mrs. A. M.

people." Now there are JO families. couiiei : !_ \V...,: S/ leave the home He did, she can activities, Aislitant Secretary the special circumstances In Iowa sessions.University He has been two Kent "If the division chairmenare Pickard 0 $7,300 38 per cent

NOTICB of JI""I aAia Ah'. said but stated he would return of State Thomas Mann which De Gaulle is making his summer principal at Winston since accurate In their judge Select Potential Alan Hart-

St. Patrick's Nouns I. horatiy Iv.n that, pur. after checking some other And an extraordinary confernee first' trip to Mexico were not ments" Kent said that a poll of $4,000-80 per centKent
Day annually saint lo on uulrr onion 4 In the' 1981 playing a rote In theschool'l
puts Shamrock postmaster 4lwvo' .DM CO.IIHO, In tno fir. "customers. was opened between top foreseen in the original development receiving a national the eight chairmen this morning cited the job done by
Charles Goodman nit Court ..C folk. County, 1'1..,.' The next Incident happened, Washington officials, Includingthe of this U.S. showed each to be confidentin firms In the phosphate division
to work. policy. award from Freedoms Foundation
M* I "::2.1.lhfol In puiiirrl: miu.ut.,1 Capt.. Harden said, at 11:52 and ambassadors his team's ability. which that unit and>
Goodman, In town since 1919 In ,,,) Kl'irl.U; do : President U.S. In recent the French at Valley Forge, Pa. put over
and ,,'lined u o'clock yesterday morning at and aid directors in Lat years Division reports followed by said that the division was not
postmaster since 1932, says 10 leader haa crossed U.S. policy Winston was one of only nine
Iho North foot of Lut M, 1828 the of the division chair.
Road. name solicitation.
Lynncrest in-American countries. through with Its
"'she receives stacks of letters end tho Hnuib 4H ,..t or Ixil alms at so points that a schools In Florida recognized
each from 17, nil In Ulook I, I.A IUIIKSA.ixtordln : Mrs. Floyd Judd, at home'at Coincident with these moves many Foundation for man and current quota percentages Entertainment was provided at
year who uneasiness what by Freedoms
persons constant about
to tho plot tlmniotroeord.'d the time let In a man who said by Johnson De Gaulle arrivedIn are the report session by Mrs. Lula
want a March 17 Shamrock postmark In Tint l< .
their ti-A unit ...t filial linconlo he was selling shone Once Inside Mexico city to be greeted by of Government Mark Hollis $9, Belle Hickernoa.tIjituith.
standards American.
on aret'tlnR. cards more or less In room
'f I'ulk County, HorlUai permanent
.. .
an., the home, the man again an enthusiastic crowd of 300000. ism and freedom.the .
'it,. snot II. f..t ef Lot Illlmk sat down on a couch next to The French leader Joined with Washington.Asian ,

> 7"'DtI'I'loN, CAItl'K\1FHK 111: B.Ul MMlll '. Mrs. Judd and attempted to attack President Adolfo Lopez Mateos: Proposal Disturbing Pouts Held I- I

1u\V, tiionllnir ti> the nlutthonot her She sIne told the man In projecting a new alliance between -I His recognition of Communist Read Is a Mason and Is

1, I'nvo; rocorrtnit, luhllo In llnconl.Plot Nook u( to leave, which he did. A rela. Mexico and France- China, In January II but the vice president of the Lakeland

Polk County, HurlrtnTiwitthor tive of Mrs. Judd's saw the man alliance which they agreed Is latest of a series of incidents going Shrine Club. He Is a memberof
wilt tho tIming PITnonil and also able describehim not meant to harm WIWAM A. CASEBIER RITES FOR THE REV. MR.
protirrly Khlth miy bo WI.... was to anyone. back to his determination to the board of deacons of the
.... by tr'pn'tIvn blilcl r. it '1"..ft to Detective J. R. Carter. The contrast between the give; France an Independent nuclear First Presbyterian Church William A. Casebier W, of OVENSHIRE
'udel KI.Nn/lOn, Avtnuo, llnrtov, .Kr-. After comparing the three problems with which Johnson force and various denials Lakeland a past president of Kathleen died yesterday at a Funeral services for the Rev

I alcoa. I iota. I rllal". I descriptions given him. Harden and De Gaulle were dealing 01 cooperation with the United the Frostproof Rotary Cub Lakeland nursing home after a Guy M. Ovenshlre, of 818 Dem-

cod Ubloi., I coff.o I taint taUt. ,I I urmlchain eimxilo.. said the man II'about 6 feet in their almost simultaneous State and other allied countries the Phosphate: : District Boy: I long Illness. He was a nativeof Ington St., who died Friday

Texas celebrates .iolavlohia, I .",.U iiUutln coin, tall, perhaps a littl. shorter I Beeches was sharp and dramatic -In the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Scout of America and a past Oikaloosa Kan., and came were held yesterday morning at

Texas 1 I doulilo plMtlo dro.Mor.choir, I I d.niblo twin hrdu boil, light haired, medium built In end In the United Naions. director of the Mulberry Kl- to Lakeland from Topeka In the First Methodist Chapel. The

I I *nriuliih> Independence
Day lowrti,,1 I mmilono plHHtlfl: ololr font; ,lixil,*,.t"i thirties and has very dirty look. Program Costly What disturbed U.s. leaders degrees from the Future and citrus grower and a memo First Methodist and the Rev

BUT ernie tiihlr. I dlnlnf, ruom I.. log teeth The Alliance for Progress, De Gaulle's Farmers of America for bet of (he Kathleen Methodist John A. Redmond from Big
bio. 4 dining room chulro, IWooilngfcouiio Harden warned housewives to which b the heart of U.S. rela- even more was his youth work Church.He Pine Key officiated. Burial
of of
Every Wednesday C'nxloy tlourlo r:. ,I.ri'onol\: \ make sure they ask for the lions and hopes for the futureIn quick Red China followup with advocacy recognition of a The Winston principal Is a Is survived by a son Her-!will be In Bath, New York.
ci'.. top ...bl. with 4 clInic., Latin America has now been bert Casebier of Lakeland Honorary pallbearers were
two
of ;
Ulcott, sitter. proper Identification salesmen policy of neutralization for member of the Florida Council
"f OM MAINE TO 'LORIDA"IT'S I mdln'iihiiuxo ..*.li... I dl"- coming to their homes. He said running for more than two Southeast Asia. Secretary of for Elementary Education. daughters. Miss Mary' J, Case members of the Retired Methodist
i>r, I 41 UU mldo jkrfil. ("inn.llnvnii years. It has cost the United bier of Kathleen and Mrs. Mar.the Minister' Club. Gentry-
that Education Association
Florida
erA, unneunnun nil.nisoc... If a man fitting this description State Dean Rusk said such talk -
i Outlaw Him cannot give the proper tales about a billion dollars a tended to undermine morale In and the National Education Ann Cain of St. Petersburg, Morrison Funeral Home was in

Fish Fry Night rN Mil.h. tlluwlnir m.) ho viewed pvih..nnj br imiupmiM prupprl;: identification, the housewife I year. Along the way it has and become South Viet Nam where the Association: He Is a three brothers: Bert of Oskaoo -,charge of arrangement

ttlrtiliiK Ht 1104 HII Florist Ann. should Immediately call the police loaded with problems United States has more than IS,. past president of the Ridge a, Roscoe of Winchester,
Delicious fillets mi Hiirtuw, Klorlilm"hulri department. criticisms, some errors and fall- Athletic Conference and a past Kan. and Ernest of Topeka; RITES FOR MR. HOWE
ciotdres-la. ain't. I lIttln 000 men engaged with the Vietnamese -
crop, golden-fried 1 ,.. chmc. 'I luntcnmk. resIn. in a war against Communist president of the Supervising four sisters Mrs. Berdie Alex Funeral services for Roy
and ocean-fresh ,', 1 tno, t .ho..., S mind the background of John- Principals Group of Polk antler and Mrs. Maude Councilof Dempsey Hollle, who died Sunday
howl.,ipaun S l '"k I knlrri.cat.,1 1 oirvlnii Knivyluillo Chemical Unit on's speech also stood a history: guerrillas backed by Red County, Oskaloosa. Mrs. Ida McKlmey will be held tomorrow at-

AU. I i upooa .. jock, 1 nilllns pin. of disputes and difficulties ai China. of 'Winchester and Mrs. Elsie ternoon at I o'clock at the Gen
1 With his wife, Read makes
You | dane, l nwuurlni bMnkoi, cup 1 ton t 'Houroirtor Imh' To Hear Citrus well as profitable trade and his home at 123 W Belvedere Wellman of Topeka; a grand- try.- Morrison Chapel.
$100 danIsh faa. 4 'I'V trays, 1 pI... long periods of friendly relationships son,. three step-grandchildren, Friend may call at the deceased's
the
CAN $ ..... St. They are parentof
(la serd.s 1 plullo oon.Inter with Latln-Amer- hone
and 13 ) Route 3nf-
o.t, 1 lumhium frooionulnur Lab Scientist many Cigarette two children Dorothy Louise .tep-reat'arandch on -
EAT ,011 .... S ..klll.l.loll...., lean countries -Funeral services will be held ter I o'clock today.
a student at Palm Beach Junior
1 a baking ::' 4.": :1..1I... There are current disagreements tomorrow afternoon Burial will be In Griffin Cemetery.
French Fried 4 pillow : ::. 014 Dr. Ivan Stewart, biochemist 1 College and William W. at 3:30:
Potatoes ooutm. bdpr.sd'. 4 ....It over Cuba and deep con.cern Labeling o'clock at the Kathleen Methodist .
the Citrus Jr.
at Stat Lakeland
Experiment, a sophomore at
Cole Slaw TarUre Sauce I ckuhN. | iniHll bathroom ran, the U.S-Panamanian' _
br.lon tion Lake Alfred will be over I Senior School. Church with burial at Soc-
Rolls I ndlo retired playir' the High
and Butter T odd Mh tray*, t brokfn IN. speaker at the March meetingof quarrel centering around the Fight Resumeshad rum Cemetery Friends may RITES FOR MR. KIMPER
pier-aid, Uwn niowor, I ilocIrlo Panama Canal. There are tensions call at the' Gentry-Morrison Funeral Funeral services for Edward)'
the Lakeland subsection
of '
hontor 1 (u cur.-
HOWARD i i lilt public cat,, to II,. blur-tit bid'dor the American Chemical Society. I In U.S. relations with Brazil Home from T until I 'J. Klmper. of 311 Eastside. who-
fir r..nh at tho annul, door oiho :r and arguments with count once smoked but quit after i GovernorWins o'clock tonight. died Sunday will be held tomorrow
The will be held Thursday
Jouiuonf ('011< County Courthoim I hjlinrtow I meeting
I .'1.,1<'. at ID:4. V,|tt. 01Mur I night in the classroom section I tries like Argentina: and Peru the surgeon general's report. afternoon at 3:30 o' lock
II ,'h M |u. 4II. It., sloAn Jit of Branscomb Auditoriumat over I Issues ol nationalization Involving last January condemned smoking Clash MRS. MAE BOYD JONES at the Heath Funeral Chapel
.
I Stork of Llnult I'- urtHTORFT American oil contracts. with the Rev. Charles P. Ham-
Florida Southern beginning Mrs. Mae
64.
College Boyd Jones wife
735 East Main St. II KUHElin: VtHr-Kl.rat!: at S:00 o'clock.Dr. De Gaulle's dramatic entry on Dr. Salber told of surveys of I of C. M. Jones of J401 l Everett Iton. pastor of College Heights

I P U lion 104 Stewart will discuss some the Latin-American scene gains With KynesIn St, Lakeland, died at Memorial MethodIst Church, officiating.Time .
Outlaw rlorltUttiirnoy from the fact that It is
MOST Of THE HIGHWAYS" strength and place of burial -will
.' far flalhtlff.. of the studies he has made on Hospital In Wilmington, Del, on
I Ill l :miRESTAURANT '_ nitrogen nutrition of citrus. Included free of such handicaps. I m t 0",. January, said the legislative Feb. 7. A sister. Mrs. MarthaE. be announced

will be-- a resort' on chro, 'Third World' Offered council recommended that district Wadded, also live in Lake-

motographic and radioactive I As between the two great nu supervisors of the State land. Mrs. Jones was a member

FEATURE studies showing the relationship clear powers. the United States Newton Mass. school childrenIn Motor Vehicle Commission be of Meadowlawn Baptist I AMBULANCE

WEDNESDAY between trace elements and certain and the Soviet Union he seemsto which the average age boys returned to the protection of the Church In Lakeland. SERVICE

nitrogen compounds In be Intent on offering as many took their first cigarette was merit system. Other survivors include a IOn.

SOUTHERN citrus other nations as possible the 116 years. The average age for The Motor Vehicle Commission stepson three daughters and .t ,.Vt ..... eel.
The chemists will meet for girls was 12.7 years. Is one of several state agenl -'[two sister in other states. every hens tf eke

dinner at (:30 p.m. at the Crest CATTLE AUCTIONS About two year later on the .Ihs sad "',

FRIED CHICKEN Restaurant iverage, boy and girl are I THORNTONMEMORIAL

JACKSONVILLE (AF>-PrlfiM IC Iniro regular smokers she said. > '
.ironist it estli, omUoa mirk.uMoador 0fft JFVjfr 'Off HOME :

Ex-Cuban Labor'Leader nixmUlt M :>,"ll>...ClUdo.. brltndo OoliMntlto ion. POULTRY & EGGS I '-vi, fe 'to AM, '

.=: .i c.lDU 850 t ot*.\ Bortno rvllitr.LAUOHTIK I,MOftrfd I 417 N. Mess Aye.
ALL YOU ( ClOOOIISIMH1 TAMPA (An-Elf BOTktt. ...:'to eke under the direct control of, I'
Said III : 0004 IUO-I.1UO, Ibo... IS 1IOf.00'lfirssu"su ,Ultara lrM ....11I'M.I.IeIih wa prtoo M *..I the governor. I ., Ph.... MU 6-2133

1100>> lUndoro: 14001011Co Bryant, Conner, Green and
CAN EALIWEITTOUCKTON MIAMI (AP) Cuba's labor 5011,1..; UU1II/lIUIIlV UkO-ilW 18 00-19 00 f:: ,l( H 94 Oi .40H-J4 4J40 :, .. 4J 44rf .. Secretary of State Tom Adams'

chief In the early part of Fidel 2400 C.l.>.HUUUrd, Ooo4 UO-MO 11*. 80 Of. 01,11 Inllum 11 II Oi u ..}-35(4..Oe"5 .dn'4.ai.de joined to defeat the motion. Voting HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

Castro's takeover, David Salvador Vlice, tat lalacai"IO''I"; Tow !.,, ol ncrvllanoi oiulllr j-o >Mt4 with Kyne was State Treasurer CoKa-.Ha.o4 _
saa4 7'oo CIa.... Parkin lot
:'il'1tW.IUl'2U4l. >llh r lo MMnv loromlM j *
DRUG STORES was reported today to have ; : Whol>Ml> prle" on imiltrf olckMl1no j, I. Edwin Larson 24
Stan.., 0.... eoo..o ..... II It-I *1 > Ii.. HOUR AMSUUNCE SERVICE
been transferred from Isle lnruSiru rnniinliM4' Se:
of, < H.. :
BOWNTOWK )OUTO AH JHOrriHa CIHTH Pines Prbon in serious condi II08i.4tJ III.r.it..I': \ is oo-io J.'U'00 Ito IS 00. less :"-.. >f Mnor Ita, .M,. .ha,!t.:,>. noorud unii.r' 4 1 1 The great horned owl Is one FOSTER I. HEATH, Funer*! Direct.! .
lion. : : I Oood ISO-KU Ibl 111:11.,0; core, 10A dnatlil, lonto. I,of the fiercest of the Cer. Lime erV,. Ingroham Phone 6120111LAICELAND
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I I. Let's Play BridgeJUSVSMBMSS Ailing Author Said Improving II

SHOP WEDNESDAY 'TIL 5:30 P.M., FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TI!. 9 P.M.,
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Au- was fractured, within two days.Flavin
thor Martin Flavin, who was hit (0, won the Pulitter LAKELAND
By ALAN TRUSCOTT MMMMM by a car last week, is showing Price in 1944 for his novel,"

PORTLAND Ore. The] The unusual no-trump was devised improvement, reports a nurseat "Journey In the Dark"
charity pair event that opened; as a method of showing St. Francis Hospital In San
the spring national championships both minor suits, but here North Francisco.The The famous $hwe Dagon
here raised $2,680 for the was able to employ an "un nurse said a cast will be Pagoda It located .at Rangoon, \.: i "
American Cancer Society and usual unusual. Six no-trump put on Flavin's left leg, which Burma. ..i !.'
the United Cerebral Palsy Association simply showed a desire to lave,
This was, however,' but a doubt about the appropriate \\
only a small fraction of the total denomination.
raised by simultaneous South recognized that North] -
tames at 215 centers throughout must hold both the red suits
the county for this bid, and duly bid seven yj
The charity fame also pro- diamonds. He ruffed the spade
duced an exceptionally close lead, and missed the heart
finish and a disappointment for nine, losing to West's king. At
Charles Coon, New York star this point West led a second \
He and Michael Lawrence of spade, permitting South to ruff .
Berkeley, Calif., were an- In his hand and discard a club .. .
nounced ai the winners, but the loser from dummy. South was ,
correction of a fouled board then able to make use of dum-
gave the victory to Harry Fish, my's hearts, losing three trump r .. r.
beln, one of New York's most tricks, one heart trick and one i" .}
celebrated internationals He club trick for down five LosIng 0 ,I
was playing with Ed Theus of 900 was an excellent score 7h.
Oklahoma City. I for North-South, because the ..
A good score by the Kaplan-, East-West slam would have 1i
Shelnwold partnership Is nothing been worth; 1,430.
new, but It happened here
in the women's pair championship. NORTH
Mrs Betty Kaplan, New A -
York and Mrs. Patricia
City, V 10174)J1S62 .
Sheinwold, Los Angeles, the i '
wives of the Inventors, of the 4653 ., e I
famous Kaplan-Sheinwold system WEST EAST
qualified fourth In a field AKQII2 AA J97543VK :
of 314 pairs in the women's pair 9 "J2 "
championship. 4- KQ107
to The leaders were Mrs. Helen A J 10 12 I
Portugal and Mrs. Elmer Hoffman -
D
SOUTH ( ) '
both of Los Angeles.Lead A 10
ing men's pair championship at VAQ '
the end of the two qualifying A5434KQ$74 .
rounds on Saturday were E. D A
Winer, San Francisco and G. East West were vulnerable A 7 I/
Hays, Spokane, Wash. The bidding \
An Unwise Double South West North East
14 D'ble Pass 2*
The, deal shown today was
D'ble
D'ble I. 8 NT.
second qualifying
from the
7 D'ble Pass Pass
round of the men's pair cham '
pionship. At many tables South PassWest ;
have six led the spade king
was distressed to ... ,
him. When Tobias r
spades against '
Stone New York was Dust Storm \ 1
East, the South player was un- i e J.a
wise enough to double, and the TrafficSELIGMAN i
resulting contract of six spades Stops I II

doubled was. a top score for Arlx. (AP- an Easter garden of I II
EastWest.The Travel on busy U.S. 68 was halted I
bidding shown In the dla for five hours Monday by a flower hats I
took an unusual coune.West' I
gram dust storm that reduced visibility I I .
take-out double was a
to zero and''caused three
curious choice holding a diamond +
accidents Involving 15 vehicles J
void, and his partner'sjump
Nine people were hospitalizedIn 3.00 .
to two spades was also Williams, Ariz. # '2.f
In standard methods
surprising The Arizona Highway Patrol
this Jump Is encouraging but stretch of the highway v '
closed a
not forcing, ao it appears In- between 10:30: a.m. and 3 p.m. Hove you a head for glamour Then 4L

adequate Presumably with such East a powerful Intend because it was Impossible for pick: up a bouquet of a hot end glow! n t,
hand. the hood ornaments
drivers! to see .l
ed the bid to be forcing.South's takeout of their own cars Lilacs, roses, lilyofthvalley, hyacinth 'i I 1'A
double was for a -
and West compensated for organza, petals, berries In the

his partner's pessimism by CADILLAC LIMOUSINES dreamiest colors. ,
leaping directly to slam. It was itsS1ghfseeds' ;5ri !
then North's turn to take a handIn
He Judged Tiers
the proceedings.
Maas' Hat Bar
correctly that East.West must ROE TOWEl
have freak hands and that It CYPRESS GARDENS
would his aids to sacrifice, a i 0 ,
pay
be sure whether can ./ / 14f
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I LEDGER EDITORIALSBuyers I 1Y/ Problems




i l U / And Other ThingsBy

For Florida SellersFLORIDA -' ,-


J ; JAMES RESTONWASHiNGTONOne ,
Q Nit.1or.! tuner: r.
manufacturers will have manufacturers and businessmen of the

a great opportunity in Orlando next At a conference set for the after persistently awkward things

month to make direct contact with a noon of April IS: the government about the people who work forth 4tt
In Washington -
group of buyers whose purchases run agency spokesmen will tell what they Is government that they like to eat af

into billions of dollars each year. buy and the exhibitors will tell what and have children and be paid

This opportunity will come at the they sell Then there will be a ques- -... for their hire like other mem- i
Florida Industries Exposition set for tion-and-answer period. c4 ben of the human race. x
This has created a problem y
April 14-17 That, to be sure, is as open an op- for every president since

The buyers? Representatives of 12 portunity as the sellers could wish for. General Washington, and Lyn-

Federal agencies. The Federal agencies that will have don Johnson is no exception.His .

Those representatives will be there representatives present are the National appointment to far have

as a result of negotiations between the Aeronautics and Space Admin been good but he has lost
several brilliant men from the
Commission and istration the General Services Admin-
Florida Development old Kennedy team including
Federal agency officials. istratlon.the Orlando Contract Man /r. Ted Sorensen, Kenneth Galbraith ArJAMES

The government representativeswill agement District of the Air Force Sys- Jerome Wiesner, and

not only inspect the exhibits but tems Command, the Defense Surplus Arthur Congress Schlesinger has added Jr., and to the the

also hold a procurement conference Supply Agency, the Department of brain drain by refusing to pass

intended to help Florida manufacturers Commerce, the Orlando Air Force the administration's pay-rise RESTON

sell to the government and prime Base, the Small Business Administration bill.Some
contractors. the Navy, the Federal Aviation of this drift of talent has the added advantage of

Thus, instead of having to be con Agency and the Defense Supply 4 was was inevitable desirable.and There some is of always It fitting IOnian ideal neatly of into an administration the John-

tacted in various states after extensive Agency.As an evacuation In every that Is a generous tight
negotiations extending over weeks or agencies that buy in huge quantities election year and President wad.It.

months, the buyers will come to the they will undoubtedly attract Johnson should and will have can be argued of course, .
Lt" his own men if he wins in No- though Senator Byrd would
sellers. Florida manufacturers in full force,
vember. But holding or recruiting that
Wendell Jarrard, chairman-director and results from the negotiations that talented experiencedmen not agree federal, payroll comparativelythe Is not In-

of the Florida Development Commission ensue could mean a big boost for Flor- who are tough enough to flated. In the last 10 years,

has evaluated the opportunityat di'' economy. stand up to Lyndon Johnson while the population of the

the Exposition as the "greatest sales It is a perfect set-up for doing busU .. IS hours a day seven days in country has gone up 17 per
exercise-
the week-no easy
cent, and non-government em-
opportunity ever afforded Florida's ness.Polk's has been made all the more ployment has gone up over 10

difficult by freezing wages per cent, the state and municipal
even below academic, let employes have Increasedby
alone industrial or commercial 65 per cent and the federal

levels. civil employee have gone up
I Youth Fair only 6 per cent.
; PART OF the difficulty is

of the that Congress has refused to THUS, with the help of au-
Voice i People raise the pay of one groupof tomation for processing
THE POLK County Youth Fair to Year after year the Fair has created public servants unless it cheques and bonds and income

be held Thursday and Friday at the much excitement among Polk's can raise them alt It drawsno taxes, among other things,

Bartow pavilion will present an impressive boys and girls and the show has given asananaTliis Is The distinction between a secre- there are now 13 federal em
Ledger's Opinion Page* tary who wrestles with letters
thousand
for
ployes every
array of achievements by boys them strong incentive. It is a program and an under secretary who Americans whereas there were
have learned how to that teaches them how to be self-re In
and girls who wrestles with De Gaulle.
This odltorlol page elfin, the ....,.,.''. ewe Sibil*** cs irattoft *f currant I....... tm the. 14 a decade ago
make constructive use of their spare liant, how to make good use of their odirorlol .. ."' .. It welcome* th. .*lnl... .f .*.4... In th. Vlc .> th. ,.*,.. C.luma. Lttn mutt short It has ignored the cen- Nevertheless, there is

knowledge and skills. b* ."|..4 ... b..r th. w,''',', addict., kut MUMS will k. wrthhtU' H*.. Nfl...... A .Mtw ...*.1' Mticd tral fact that there bottom are too of scarcely an observer In or out
drones at tha
time.Indicative of the intense interestin Thus, the Fair is an inspiration toward 250 w.fdi, ... *..lry cumot fc* wad The Udgtr rtMfTM th* rlfht I* Nlect| Mf Mtw *r the many government and too few of the government here who

the show is the fact that 2,500 boys free enterprise, substantial pro- ihorttn It. Opinions .l lumnts *nd thf contributor *' or ...*.... on this ,*.*. brains at the top. would not la argue overstaffed that the government and-

and girls will be represented by the ductivity and good citizenship.The Also, the Congress, not un- could be Improved by Judi-

exhibits, of which there will be a totalof boys and girls represented by which contain ages from 66 naturally feels that if the executives cious, or even a little InJudi-
in
more than 6,000. exhibits ire members of 4-H Future StatisticsAre to 75 and older. Both totals He Hopes more money the government congressmen get, cious pruning.PAYROLL for the

Girls will have five times as many Farmers of America and Future Home- are less than any age group THE propie
who really know enough to
entries as the boys because the entries makers of America. Their affiliation NotedEDITOR from 64 down to 20 to 24 Raise VetoedEDITOR tell the gnat men what to do

by the girls cover a wider range and with these wholesome organizations years of age. Jt'asb j ltcm is really not very much.
consist 'of smaller articles, such as affords for them a sense of belongingand : Recently you had On the next page marked I was amazed to Though the total payroll In-

those in the activity areas of sewing a feeling of pride in achievement. an article about a man IS State Wide we find again that read that congressmen are who also pay rent and have crease for everybody amounted -
years of age having had an the aged driven are among asking for a pay raise of children should get more too, to $M5 million a year, the
and cooking.The They are boys and girls who deserve the lowest causing accidents. and rlae for the real-
accident, and on that a medical 10000. Their salary is now this would bring the proposed pay
most conspicuous entries will much encouragement, and they Again the ages 65 to 71 and $22,500. This would mean across-the-board pay hike to ly critical executive payroIl-
behe tat steers which boys have been get much encouragement from alt the authority declared that older are circled for quick. $545 million a year, which Is from assistant secretaries up
feeding and which will be offered at Polk adults who are familiar with the older people a>ove the age ot; observation "' they and I would do not get think$32,500 a of year the more than some congressmen through bureau heads and the

auction. The boys have been taking merits of the program.Go 61 from should think about retiring 'This report Is dated 1962. raise would be justified.my think the voters would be In a cabinet-amounted to only $4.)
driving, stating "that That Is only two years old. mood to approve after the million.
great pride in getting their animals and see these boys and girls of the How many workers In the
worst traffic
many accidents There may be a later set of Bobby Baker case In an election This Is not a total frivolous
ready for the show and their pride with their exhibits and 'you will see are caused by people statistics that contradict the United States receive $10,000 year. suggestion No govern
let alone 122,300 to with?
will be quite, evident as they paradethe clear-eyed, alert boys and girls who too old to drive. above but unless there is, Millions of white-collar begin worked ment is any better than its
animals in the auction ring. are on the road of worthwhile living. Personally be I would be willing let's set the record straightand laborers school teachers SO LONG as Congress refuses top policy advisers and no
to governed by what not be giving us oldsters to distinguish between a administration needs them
There is There isn't beatnik them. ministers with College
usually generous biddingby a among physician thinks about
my my blame than
for something that is postman and a scientist and more this one. It Is brilliant -
individuals and firms that have They and the others of their type are ability to continue driving, but not true.I educations for and high Ideals are between the shortage of brains at getting things throughthe

planned beforehand to make sure the the bright side of the youth picturein in Justice to the aged driver will admit however, that working less. $5,000 per yearor and the surplus of bodies in Congress-probably much

boys get good prices for the steers. the United States. I think the enclosed statistics everyone does deteriorate with Railroad workers are striking Washington the problem for better at It than the Kennedy
furnished by the State of
age and possibly a doctor's the moment Is insoluble, but admlnlstration-but It Is noted
in Florida for few
a cents
Florida Department of Public examination might be the there is a way to reconcile clear about what it wants to
an hour raise but
Safety require another state answer I doubt the willingness can sit back and congressmen vote sanity with solvency get through, and this Is the
; ment on the "aged" driver of the physician to take themselves with our tax mon- This Is to pay more for job of many ot the men who
: being the cause of most ac' to himself the risk Involved In brains at the top, and lop off are now quietly negotiatingtheir
ey a bill that I hope the
I Teachers Can Tell cidents. These statistic do bodies the bottom.
declaring any oldster or President will veto. He would more at way into higher paying
not bear out that accusation.On .
This would the In
improve government jobs foundations universities -
youngster as being fit or un- have to turn off a lot of lights
the bottom of the sheet fit to drive. to equal their greed. at both ends probably research centers magazines
marked Urban you will find without the expenditureof and Industries next au
LAKELAND Parent-Teacher Associations learn. He Is not at his best at school two age groups encircledBy ALEX. F. MORTON NAME WITHHELDan much more money, and it tumn.

sponsor discussions now and because his parents are not at their

then as to how conditions in a home best at home.Teachers .


are Invariably reflected in it a is pupil's brought school out that work.if of tell home whether a child can he comes tell comes quickly from.from.what They a home kind can Russia Out To Paint The Red Sea Redvia I

trouble in home child's
there is a a where
he has affection, sympathetic
school work will be adversely affected understanding and security. And they C. L. SULZBERGER parable prestige and minorities dependence of U.S. arms, HOW THIS dangerous policy cal warfare at which the

ia most instances.A can tell whether he comes from a >N rt' flunk tim. are restive, aware a new gaining control of replace- will fare is hard to fore- Kremlin is adept We will be
ADDIS ABABA A era but nbt sure where ment facilities and send In
,
high opens
child mistreated at home
cast. History shows the Russians
goes home that hearing
is strife-torn. more about the problem
noise sounds In the horn of it may lead. tainlng and technical missions
to( school emotionally upset He feels Parents often say things to each Africa these days as Khrushchev Since czarist days the Russians to seek potential politi- have had scant successIn before this year Is up,
confused, and he /often feels aban- other they think children don't hearor having found an Inexpensive have intermittently eyed cal influence before the em past efforts to Intrude Into above all if Khrushchev comes
doned and rebellious. Sometimes a understand. and strategic trouble this land. They would ap peror's death.Khrushchev. the Middle East and Africa to Addis Ababa.
child from home withdrawsinto spot fans a little war on the parently like to gain a voice already Intimates In IMS Stalin tried vainly Should Addis Ababa'not
a stormy "They hear more than you believe continent's northeastern cor in its modest but influential he la ready to come to gain ports in Libya and cave In to Soviet blackmail
a shell, fearful of expressing himself they hear," a teacher member of a ner. Thus encouraged fron- army before Halle Selassie here on an official visit If he Eritrea. Soviet aspirations in which seems improbable-the
at school, too shy to participate.Some PTA panel at Kissimmee said the other tier fighting between Impoverished dies so as to guide any ensuring finds any interest la this bait. Turkey and Iran have been Somallan crisis may well be
Somalia and the nervous instability. By implication Russia offers steadily rebuffed and, so far, dragged before the
of the security
most
tragic cases are night, and teacher knows that is
every old Ethiopian empire Between them Ethiopia and Ethiopia the choice between their investments In Egypt, council with ,Moscow's
children In whose homes there is constant the truth.If could explode Into a major Somalia dominate the eastern war against rearmed Somaliaor Syria and Yemen have produced And then we will hear approvaL
quarreling between parents. there be any Lakeland parents crisis. approaches to the Red Sea peace dictated on Soviet little positive advan familiar claptrap about American .
Children are quick to sense hostility who do not know their home life is Somalia like many fledgling and Suei. A Soviet hold here terms plus military equipment tage. Imperialism and base-
African states has would present admirable And unlike sensitive Nevertheless a bit of subversion building with
ethnical while pretend.
between their and this hostility
parents reflected at school, they simply do not vis Berlin and Viet Nam the
claims for border re- blackmail opportunities goes a long way on ed Innocence Russia calmly
destroys the child's sense of know children, are not aware of the a-vis both the Arab and Afri- danger of this war Is reckoned the horn and African restfve- seeks to paint the Red Sea

security. sensitivity with which children react. 'FOreign, AlIlt1vision can worlds by completing controllable by Moscow. ness favors the kind. of politi red.
If child Is making If child Russian efforts to creep along
a poor grades a is a problem at school, the Mediterranean's backdoor

at school, he is not necessarily a child the explanation may be that his par but such arguments Yemen and Arab anti-

without ability to concentrate and ents are a problem at home.A must be peacefully presented.The colonial movements. A great
last thing Africa needs power based In the horn could Potomac Fever
is war which can only help move westward toward Egypt
THOUGHT-Will it go down to the ban of Sheol? Shall we descend together into the non-African powers. Yet the or southward Into Africa with

duit-Job 17:18. Soviets see In this simmering equal ease.FOR By FLETCHER KNEBEL

fracas a chance to foment Goldwater admits he made "several mistakes" in the New
turmoil I Hampshire campaign. -
gain has
bargaining MONTHS Somalia
against both the He shouldn't blame himself. A man can't always get laryngitis when
pawns west been trying to seize chinks of
LAKELAND LEDGER he .hould.
and China and establish an Ethiopia and Kenya Inhabitedby
African foothold after previously Somali tribes and last year *
failing In Guinea and the USSR encouraged these
the Fans of Bob Kennedy who want to make him vice-president organize a
.... Congo.
Mi* leaf) cowtn in.ftiMiiMn aspirations by granting Somalia
Imperial Polk County.World's tt.* .ttl JOHN Mrmi HAI1ON.. Slit. V'tl U;> The minimal goal would be $30 million In militaryaid "grass roots and ground swells" committee. Are they trying to nominate a
.- r'L[mam Vl .f1MM.rowiit Jr,..:''.nnliK i.w dominance of Somalia and for Its tiny army. Somali- man or a mole
Citrus Center I .....-' CHAItl.. HUNT. eve...- the maximum goal would be an officers and pilots have *
ton 'C"* KIAILir. lrwl
.... ....-. to sway Ethiopia this contI- trained in Russia, weapons
nent's most ancient independent have been received and MIG There's 'a new. U.S. embassy cocktail. Potent stuff Two drinks andyou're
state. Addis Ababa as aircraft are expected. Meanwhile atoned. i
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686.1151 seat of international organ Somalian units have *
ization, may well become waged open war on Ethiopiaand .
JUSJCRlrTION RATIS Africa's political capital or at organized guerrilla bands Congressmen vote down a $10,000 pay raise for themselves. One congressman
wont a sort of African Geneva. among Ethiopian and Kenyan felt pretty virtuous until he learned his wife would campaign against
OneYMn' .. ... .. .. $20.10 0.. Mwrk ... .. .. .. .. $1.75 tribesmen. him, charging he doesn't have enough brains to( provide for his own family.

III M....'" .... .... $10.40 Wick .. .. ...... .. ... .40 Having abetted these tensions :'I
:r.... M...... ... .... $ ',20 Svrf.y Only T'r .. .. 97.10 ETHIOPIA Is evolving Moscow now blandly
slowly from a feudal past into seeks to blackmail Ethiopia. Thought for the day: find a man with both feet firmly on the ground and
an uncertain future but Khrushchev offers to discourage you've found a man about to make a difficult putt.
Putlltrti *ftriM M .u.,* S S..r4. ..*' .. Sunday *....!.. Ir L.k.Ie. *d N...*.*.,> Cr*. Emperor Haile Selassie guiding Somalian revisionism and
*
.....1..4. florU 1)102 this delicate process, Is 71 give this country massive *
and when this benevolent des military aid like that of- Ghana's ambassador says that despite anti American demonstrations,
pot dies there may be chaos. fered Nasser In 1955. The there nothing but friendship for the UJS. in his country. They love us so
The crown prince lacks com- Idea would be to end Ethlopl- much, they hate to see us wasting our money there. 4:


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r UIELAND LEDGER heldl, March 11, 1884 d 1



Candidate To Speak To Lakeland GOP Club t I IMrt.



Helene M. Morris of Republican S t at. Executive Upon coming to Sarasota In district. She Is a member of In addition to her political I

Sarasota, candidate for Republican Committee for Florida and state'194(1(, following a four and a the Women's National Republican affiliations, Mrs. Morris has :

of Florida national will committeewoman speak at a committeewoman for Sarasota half years of duty In the army Club New York City, and 1 been active In civic, community, I j
has returned froma United 'several Republican clubs In and cultural activities during
meeting of the Women'i Repub-,County, JUst of the States, as major .
lean Club of two weeks tour of Florida asa finance department, she soon .:Sarasota. the past 18 years. II

Lakeland, to beheld member of the task force of'became active In building two- Orate TON liNT
I Im.
at noon MORE (Mobilization of Republican party system In Sarasota Coun-

C Thursday.Restals-at the Enterprise) Program, ty and the State of Florida. .

ant headed by Raymond V Humphrey She was a pioneer In the development

Mr.. Morris director of the National of the Republican IN THEDOGHOUSE
I
will be GOP's Division of Education and Sarasota
accompanied party In County,having 3-
by Mr*. Training where she met with ben founding member and -
Scott Wooda, Republican workers In 10 of the twice elected president of the : : I :;
tint vice pre largest cities of the state.A I Women's Republican Club; I i IJ'
dent of the native of Boston, Mrs. Morris member of the board of the r
Florida State was graduated from State I' Florida Federation of over your
MRS MORRIS
Federation I of Teachers College and did graduate can Women; and Republl-I
Republican Women. work at Button University man for the 7th ngr :
Mn. Morris, treasurer of the 1


'Our Gang' Star "THAT'S RIGHT- INCOME TAX



GIFT FOR THI COLLICI A $1,300 cluck torn T,.."., U... b ,rM.r.J H Dr. I...... Takes OverdoseOf If _'ro !
L $Md..*... Mt, Mtlttam (. |.K. ,.. id.et .l "..... Smith*** (eI....., if F. R. W.r.n .f T.", ,., !I" llr ...ty .r.u.hlqMur.Ma' l I
district eels .....', ..J P. W. KMMN .f "'h''."., district ..Is. wprs..t.Nv..0 the firm.TM ) PillsLOS tM >...- .n< Mhnl...ltaii $ ,
.",......... |!ift, T..**.'. lint n Fkrin Scvriwrn, l II Fire .f the lim's .,.-.........** ,... Sleeping --.."',='..I. uMb Tali j

|..... which this ,.., \\ntMn iimll.r ...... to ISO privet ....**.. .ni MlmmJtlM. T..... *!Mip.iii.rt .!. .... ere ... BiMkl' T1w,'11

m'r* ttiM 100 Mh"'.''' ,. tor ..II.,. 1tII".ta, Scott ANGELES H. Beckett(AP-Pollce, who I hew* a M Jl'"fKivM. .sod...nMMI rw'1' 5
say .. is
M MM *M* .rMMtoft Iim
played In the "Our Gang"movie ,
.Miel 0.e rwr ewn.l
Johnson To Send comedies, swallowed 30 4cBITE Stub ...,. TODAY UP
WASHINGTON REPORT sleeping pills during a fit of Mil

despondency. ', | UAtANTIII
Harriman On Beckett is recovering, police III W. ..._tee M'ri. prMW.tl.il *f nwy ta* r.toe. M
Dope Users Feeling said. He has been crippled Ired III *>* IMI. My mn Mm wd psi My ,...1., .f ......... I
. African since an automobile accident In Itleals St./ w. win the. .. 1M......
Trips t
Pinch Of Low 19 9.
SupplyBy .:. MELLOW.MAlHYELLOWSTONE

WASHINGTON. (AP-Averell! c-,....
Harriman undersecretary of INSURANCE 1 .[3I.CXSJn"COeN.t. :

FULTON LEWISWASHINGTONThe fug covered and brought in state for political affairs, will\ mvicsUalir d ..... karwal T.. ....,.. SO* O'llm' Anew .... V.a.
old law another diplomat to act as a be sent on a series of trips to iO
of supply and demand has courier In the transportationof Africa by President Johnson, up...ra. '6' THI eKATUT AMHNCAN WNISKItMHTUCIfflTMIIlHTIOWMIIMrMOfllMHOOfSOnUDllllimi log WEST WALNUT ST. a

com Into play and the na.tlon' heroin to the U.S. the White House announced I Inc. tiSSStM WM.yt 0 A.M.to l P.M..Set. ....n5.. Ph. 4K-Wl .
Ties. AMb Ph. IM.U11 .
co..UIWIUiWIISIMO.> )
dope addicts .are feel- HE WAS Juan Arlztl. an employee Monday. DISTILUO IOTTUO KUOWITONE DISTIUU re.e .UMINeI NO .I'OINTMINT N.eiiiaeT
-------
Ing the pinch. of the Uruguayan For- td
The price of eign Ministry in Montevideo,
heroin across '-" who met up with Pardo-Bol- SHOPPING

the country has land and Bruchon in Paris.
skyrocketedand -mod ; The trio then left for the GROVE PARK n
disgruntled states, each member by dif
addicts may 'y!S t ferent means.PardoBolland. CENTERChanging
the blame
put and Bruchon
on the Federal flew In on separate planes.
Bureau of Nar- Both were clean. Arlztl, car F
cotlcs. The rying the contraband, came to
Feds late lut the states by way of Canada. the ,
month crackedan h in Royal Canadian Mounties, in
interna tlon. LEWISal cooperation with U.S. agentson I.C
narcotics the scene went through
cartel and the flow of heroin Arlztl's luggage at the time of ..
into the U.S. has been stemmed his arrival found the dope shopping habits of

by 75 per cent. and removed all but a few If
The Narcotics Bureau climaxed pounds. The Mountles then
sn Investigation of four refilled the bags wlht flour

years with the arrest of two "The few pounds we left Lakelanders for
:
Latin American diplomats accused were for evidentiary purposes .
of smuggling dope into ," a narcotics agent ex !
this country. Mora than 134 plains. Arlztl was not then Ie IS
pounds of heroin-with a re- arrested as the T-men had
tail value of $13.3 million reason to believe he might ..
were seized here and In Can lead them to his U.S. distributors I 1

ada. '1YOU'VE
In mid.1960, a U.S. Narcotics WHEN Bruchon discoveredthat '
HEARD ABOUT HER
agent stationed in Beirut. Lebanon he was spin under cur .
first learned that crude veillance, he made a reservation
opium was being chipped from on a plane out of the YOU'VE READ ABOUT HER .
the Middle East to Marseille. country. First, thought, he ;
France, where it was turned had to give the slip to the Federal
into heroin by underworld agents on his trail. He
"scientists" operating clandestine took several subways and The Kiddies
laboratories. doubled-back on his tracks, Bring '
From. Marseille, the dope but could not shake the pursuers.
was smuggled into the U.S. He was arrested in
After a three-month Investigation midtown New York Feb. 21.
Federal agents moved in His two associates were i
and arrested four men, Including nabbed within hours. In addition !, To See !

a top-ranking Guatemalan to the 132 pounds of dope .
diplomat, Mauricio Rossi. seized by Canadian authorl-! I
THEY SEIZED more than ties, the Narcotics Bureau'
224 pounds of heroin worth S20 picked up 2.2 pounds of her-
million on the illicit retail oln and plenty of flour-In
market. It was the biggest Arlztl's luggage.
"CAP
haul In world history and Ro- Neither Arlztl nor Pardo-Bol PY"i
sal, who had served as ambassador land was able to invoke Atplomatlc
to both the Netherlands Immunity as both
and Belgium was Indicted were here as self-admitted i
and convicted. So were 'tourists."

his three colleagues. THE CHIMP WHO DRIVES HER
The story did not, however i Chip On The Fly
end there. Under the direc-
tion of Henry L. Giordano, the SAUNA Kan. (/P) Golfer
Commissioner of the Federal Pal Graham 14, can't claim s OWN CAR-SEE HER IN PERSON FREE
Bureau of Narcotics scores of hole-In-one but he achieved
something more unusual Flaying
bureau agents continued the In a three-some on the WEDNESDAY MAR. 18th-3 to 6 P.M. AT GROVE PARK
probe. They learned that an Salina links Pat hit a chip shot .
even more Important diplomat 50 yards from the hole. The
was smuggling dope into the ball went in the cup without
U.S. in his diplomatic pouch. touching ground. and stayed Hop on the bunny bandwagon and head for GROVE PARK SHOPPING

The man was Salvador Par- there. CENTER. Whether it'* for Easter finery for the whole family or items forth
do-Bolland, Mexican ambassador
to Bolivia and he was put FALSE TEETHThat ,1, home you'll find everything you need at prices that make Easter shopping

under round the clock surveil Loosen 4 CI; a pleasure. You'll enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of GROVE

lance. His narcotics came PARK where there of free parking. Join Lakeland's Easter Paradeof
from the south of France and Need Not Embarrass are acres I

were peddled to U.S. buyers MUT. www X MM iMtlikmulmd smart shoppers who are shopping and saving at GROVE PARK.
Renee .... .
by a French national. -' iuj.tlulr .
Bruchon. HIM dropp UPI 4 ** :- V
Di $
miau.i
Bruchon had been kicked out uru ti..raiiie.rr.ni.": m
:
.
,deal. ps GROVE PARK MERCHANTS
of this country In 1949 but was the CO o o
=
i1ta.::
said to be here Illegally. According Ica' mwher
w titer tell mai sunlit'
to the Narcotics Bureau Dote ate :
= : SHOP
COLONY
:::: bth'. 'P
Bru-
and
Pardo-Bolland drug e.uatai ....,..- --
chon realized they were be- DEAN'S SPORT SHOP

ECKERD'S DRUG STORE

SENIOR DRIVERS I f GROVE LIQUORS ,

NO UI LI"'ITICOMPAUI' GROVE THEATRE ?
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If peer sot. IIWHty" H M Aiiinntf lick. .... **4r ..* J. C. BYRD, REALTOR
Welch' sod ..... ,e.rd ire
If viz epe If pis BEAUTY
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KENNY'S T.YKOIN.KLEEN
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I.ASSIGNED S10.MO ....1"> RISK ll, tt pet I. S1I.OOO OUR pouer sisrpe prpirisut r -I L LAUNDRY
Slt.oat n.r ... iIc_, ewIIet toeld.ee
bath 114 LEEDS SHOES
sf.ooe fipiir Miy y
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1 tt7i MINIMUM or 1% suisuicHAies
MAE FABRICS
CHAICL }. HlqWr iMlti to SIM .
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eslp If Ngh .Htee40 wta "SMlw Prltw"KMMtfc.
test;nai Ie eiirbir .Ilse- pas Y i- ....., 'J MAJESTIC TOY & HOBBY SHOPMINERYA'S
CC..uMi.hri .4. '. M4 Cole s

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Millie.retusU. ,.....S U' ....... .. .r DRY CLEANER
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e LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, March 17, 1184 i
Nixon CitesBreakdown

From, Woi1d CI,"" C ntcx 1 1We
I \VYl'- I I
Conner Predicts Panama Citrus Plan Defeat '

:eate: : '&.AKMNI) FLORIDA

TALLAHASSEE (APState the federal government, won't tent a telegram to Preilden t would be shipped duty free Into Of AllianceMIAMI '

Agriculture Commissioner Doyle have Its final meeting today. Johnson Monday asking his help I the United States '
Conner that leasing Instead the decision will be in blocking the deal.
predicted a (AP) Former Vic
The Florida citrus obJected
deal under which citrus prod made In a White House conference Under the proposal the national Industry President Richard M. Nixolays Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationStation
I ucts from Panama that be held Thursday that the fruit from Panama -
might
may
get Bulk Carriers would be breakdown In the Atlantic
Into this country duty.free, will' he said Corp. a foreign country would a II. L Charleston .......... 82 49 Memphis ............69 40
allowed citrus Alliance Is the
not be signed In Washington. Asks Johnson to set up a concentrate have a tax advantage over frui he underlying Miami .............. 85 79 Chicago ............ 64 28 Milwaukee.........62 18
behind what tailed
In the Islands
Kelly Help plant Virgin grown In the United States. cause Jacksonville ......... 64 54 Cincinnati ........... 64 27 Mpls-St Paul ....... 42 M
Conner said that the Virgin Island Sen Scott Kelly of Lakeland for processing fruit grow Kelly said that Florida citrus U.S. foreign policy failures Key West ........... 88 73 Cleveland ........... 61 27 New Orleans ....... 68 38
Corp, which Is owned by who Is running for governor. In Panama. The concentrate farmers might eventually lose Nixon who lost the late 1960 presidential LAKELAND ......... 71 SI Denver .............. 47 28 Omaha ............. 48 28
John
$20 million a year. race to the F. Orlando ............. 78 60 Des Moines ......... 47 22 Philadelphia ........ M 35
Kennedy said Monday President Pensacola ........... 70 47 Detroit .............. 61 28 Pittsburgh .......... 58 34
.
ATOMIC CULTIVATION Lyndon B Johnson lacks Sarasota .............82 63 Fairbanks ......... .11 38 St. Louis ..... 70 37
the grasp of understanding ot Tallahassee ......... 72 49 Fort Worth .........76 46 San Francisco...... 75 84
The U.S. Patent Office Issued Foreign affairs which Presidents ... ... .. ......... 55
Tampa .............. 81 63 Honolulu .... .83 88 Seattle 47
the first patent for an atomic Kennedy and Eisenhower had W Palm Beach .... 82 61 Indianapolis ........ 65 29 Washington ......... 85 43
bred flower in 1956. A carnation Publisher Sits I* Juneau .............. 41 32 BAROMETER

0 c::;: about exposed to atomic rays changed Nixon vacationing here made Atlanta ............. 62 39 Kansas City ........ 58 39 Tim, 30.04
Oldsmobile's
What's so surprising Jetstar 881 from spots to a white pure white flower with red his statements In answers to Boston .............. 44 31 Lot Angeles ........ 76Professional 66 1 p.m Monday 30.11

Miami Her
question posed by
aid newsmen Herald publisher JaapJt
f
Frances Perkins Secretary o
John S. Knight sat In on the Interview l et
Labor from 1933 to 1943 was
the first US woman Cabinet : ltltf, 7R11
'a member.SWARMING. Nixon predicted foreign policy
w. will.._. be_ the_.__ m main_ Issue In the 1964 a r ry q
-e+
presidential campaign. He said Y ,
". : '0' that while he Is not a candidatefor ,rr rx" + ov

the nomination, he would be
-p willing to run if the national

COP convention names him.
.
( The former vice president said

the Atlantic Alliance "can be re doer. f raw
built" only by a determined effort _
by the United States to restore -

1 close working relationship
M .W l and other
ur.l with Britain France
western European nations

Leadership Need Seen '. i

Nixon said "there li need for ama

positive leadership .to let the
0
people! of the world know what 1alwrwM
I TERMITES the direction of U. S. policy Is"
areA He said "We must show we aH, t.aen..ebae.ra.nl .. 4
will accept leadership In Isolating alalet.eee* 1 tleaa.Mroer,.. gt ,

J\ Its price, lower than 30 models with low-price names! WARNING President Cuba." Kennedy said after r 0- w
.- on.etur
TO HOMEOWNERS the Bay of Pigs Invasion that -
U.S. policy was and would continue .Y. t
Its size" a big car 123-inch wheelbase! to be getting rid of Castro.

U. S. policy should be directed
A w..k weather lyifera starMd] meting ever Flrid. early sexy, ceasing the *... fer .rtIr

Its performance zestier 330-cu.-in. Jetfire Rocket Y-8! .toward aid. carrying that out. he cloudy wttriitr cad knrtra for m.il el Hit ...,.. Rilnfill. (li citMttd] t. I* Rsht end tntpKhirt

IIIUCfTERMINlXo mild Meantime, eeid.r ..Hir muck .f Hit nldwnt .
That policy. Nixon said has w ptnttrattd alter stvtral d .f HUM*!**
been relegated to the back fcly mild. wnriwr. K*
Sensational performance for everyday owner driving! ground. Weaf fiercest


FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND Liston's Trial Gradually clearing skies 'will

GUARANTEED PROTECTION CALL follow some periods of light rain

11OD1DS..WNflf Set June 9 today, with a little cooler wet-
TNfACI/ON/sl BRUCETERMINIX the r I In store for tonight
weathermen said today.
DENVER (AP) Ex-heavy. Tomorrow however will be FLORIDA ZONE FORECAST

FLORIDA CO. weight boxing champion Sonny mild they said A-Clear to partly cloudy tonight re
.....H TM nut mmira aunwu wtir iua..,SUMMTIH nt HWTMHII, itufM.ami*,ITUM ax imti Lama a,(.,- 2221 New Auburnd.l Hwy .iston will be tried June t in Variable winds will blow at and Wednesday. No Important a...
Ph. MU 2-6129 Denver on charges of speeding
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a to 16 miles an hour duringthe temperature changes.
I'I'M. trWintar areless and reckless driving daylight hours, dropping to Low tonight 48 to 54. :
P. TOMLINSON CO., 920-950 E. Main St. Haven laving no driver's license and 3 to 6 miles an hour at night. B-Partly cloudy through iE
carrying a concealed
14 ttk St. NW weapon. The maximum temperature Wednesday. Low tonight In the --w..
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The trial date was set Mon- e
400KM9 fOI A BOOB UMO CAI' IOOK FOR THI "VAtUHATID" MON AT TOUT MDI DIAII*'II- Ph. CY 3.1234 here yesterday was 76 degrees. fifties. w. '
day. Listen Is tree on 1300 bond.
the minimum this morning was
CD-Becoming partly cloudy
59 degrees and .80 of an Inch this afternoon tonight and Wed ,
of rain fell at the city hall weather -
Low in
nesday. tonight the fifties iiN
station .

Dog population of the U.S. U E F O H I- Considerable

estimated at more than 22 mil. cloudiness with scattered showers
becoming partly cloudy tonight ,
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1 Sr WsatsrM relief frtnASTHMA In the 60s Variable winds with few showers atilt likely tonight

; : TTa 5 to 15 miles per hour.J and Wednesday. Low tonight

Becoming partly cloudy 70.News.
.''''111 end psreptaa this afternoon, tonight and Wednesday -

USE i with a few showers stil Of Recorddy
Brluliri trail MomtilaJUnmstl likely. Low tonight 65 to 70.

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difference between a it in order to remain in RMnnMleoq Jr II..dl :... r. Ifarba
"drug merchant" and your business .
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professionally trained pharmacist In contrast your pharmacist lt&yi,6"t: .*."

The "drug mer Is highly trained and Dorothr' M. Hoddosi. u-. W.y..asstr...
chant" mercilessly engages skilled In the formulationand .H.rpr......,' *". on ". ': ":.:. tor..

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baseless rantlngs" of the n.Hl.ctmea Cttr ....411.,............. .er ...
e "margin men. As a memo .hay'. sad S
5 rY, ber of the Polk County H."or' M Com ..d ) for .. *.. .
I Pharmaceutical Society I ELiA"01 ttu.i! *!.*eoryu." -.oil 9"'l":'.."

,, ,,; J your pharmacist Is dedicated Ilk GMt.l:; Baran. ,old J.Loss A. A.
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quality. Integrity and OrsJcr ...
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v Ice.Do not be misled by offers K: soleta. Is s .. C.! 1 Nw:

r In gimmick and price advertising of "bargain" health ..float\\r't 41..=aoYR, .. N.... ". .Itou..
In an effort to lure remember, there can .>lly LM Oilm.dlOere.", n Uwr.aei
-a elr dyt the sick and ailing Into the be BrAnch. tic. H ftl. flUmti .
never a substitute for .
ht r /owlI. rr Lt...... lraaea

vR getting false sense the of best security for less of quality. from Select among'your pharmacist those Olm.?. : {: 'Et-: ;:: .'Jr-lesser.y.,

; I Absurd) While admittlngly beating the Society Sealon )t.:I' dtrmtr.lrw "' .' '" A_ .....
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1. General Telephone employees are ::1/, COLEMAN'S PHARMACY Soviets
very much a part of the community in which they live and work. Give

D Many attend your church. You sit next to them at civic club GENERAL T < ; 1417 LAKELAND HILLS BLVD. Credit To Cuba

meetings, see them at PTA at school sporting event .. .and on CRYSTAL PHARMACY
HAVANA (APThe Soviet
numerous" other Your children and theirs play together
occasions.
1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE Union signed fin agreement
every day D They support their community as civic leaden and TELEPHONE ty Monday to givf Cuba a $U.$ .

responsible citizens. You have come to know them as dependable FELIX DONATELLI'S million credit Ji 1964 and }96 3

friends and neighbors. Ameetcs'e! urgent Ind.pmdeo Tel.phose system for equipment) and spare part*
PHARMACIES
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LAKELAND DRUG Province.
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Orchid ShowTo I American Legion Birthday .gJL trkela rd


Be Held Party Scheduled Tonight

There's Been Doll Population
I c In Palmetto Forty.five years of serviceto been Invited. E. Meade Wilson

community, state and nation national executive committeeman -
will be marked when the will give a resume
PALMETTOMembers of I Lakeland Unit American le- of the Legion, Its auomDlishments -
the Manatee Orchid Society gion Auxiliary gives a birth and programs. Explosion At 0. H. Lewis HomeBy

will hold their first how day party for the American "The party will celebratethe

i Saturday and Sunday, the last Legion at the Legion Homeon anniversary of the famous LUCIA MYERS
Lake Mirror tonight at 7 caucus in Paris at which the
two day of DeSoto Week In
o'clock. American Portrait dolls of the late President Kenpedy,
the lobby of Palmetto Federal Legion was formed well four
Mrs. Kennedy and Caroline is as
Guests at the party will be said Mrs. Ralph Foreman
Savings and Loan Association. Legionnaires, their families president. "The caucus other Presidents, are being made by Mrs. O.

600 Eighth Ave. The c and friends. The Legion and took place March II to 17 and H. Lewis for exhibition In Canada this sum

show which will be open freeto auxiliary will supply barbe- was attended by representatives mer.This
the public will be from 2 cue chicken and beef, rolls of the American forces explains the.air of Intense activity i.IA
and coffee All members and In France and Germany who which pervades the home at 307 Pueblo Trail
to 7 ,m,, Saturday and from
p wives of Legionnaires are to were waiting to come home Several days ago Mrs. Lewis paused to lineup
noon to 7 p,m., Sunday. During bring a covered dish of vegetables after their World War I victory the partly-finished historical figures atop _

both days, gifts will be or salad A birthday That was the beginning MRS. JOHN L. WRIGHT the piano. Mr. Lewis came In with a question

awarded every half hour to MISS BETTY LOU CANNON cake will bear 45 candles.A of peacetime service by men about his part In the project-President Gar-
holder of lucky tickets number of guests have who had served In war." field's headpiece. He is making the mold for _

Mrs. Perkins the tall silk hat
In addition to the display
The will Into the collection of
figures
Miss Cannon go
planned by the local group,
J. the House of Dolls, a Canadian museum whichIs
Gulf Coast and L.
many growers WrightAre moving Its exhibition from New Brunswick

societies have reserved space Tony Pearce 11i91nI to Prince Edward Island-In time for the centennial

and plan to bring some of 5zcsti Married observance of an historical event One

their best planu to be evaluated Are EngagedFORT hundred years ago a meeting of Canadian
Mrs. Corrlne Perkins, 1012E.
leaders the confederation
by the American Orchid brouaht'lbout on
Lima St., became the brideof
Society accredited Judges who MEADE The which the Dominion has been based.
John
en- L. Wright, SII Munn
LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday March 17, ]!let Will U. S.
will officiate at the show it gagement of Miss Betty Lou Ave.. Thursday at the homeof Represent
the bride'i mother Mrs. Mrs. Isabella Sparling, curator of the House
is reported. Cannon to Tony Brooks Pearce
Temple WSCS Haven Coed Sally Bundy, 118 Arizona Ave. of Dolls, called on Mrs. Lewis to prepare these 1
has been announced by her The bridegroom Is the son of figures which were needed to raise the representation
PRESEASON POOflPOPLINS parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Plans Program Delegate To Mrs. Della Beck of Tab City of United States characters In her

Cannon. The prospective N. C.The. exhibition.Mrs. .
bridegroom is the son of Mr. Meet Tomorrow Model UN Rev. H. 0. Reynolds Lewis has Just completed the Caroline .6

POPLINS, and Mrs Elbert L. Pearce of Mrs. Warren Willis of College performed the ceremony. doll 13 Inches tall dressed In I little blue coat,
POPLINS Zebulon N.C.A Heights Methodist Chufchwill WINTER HAVEN-Miss Joanne Given in marriage by her copied from the one In which the child has
: present the color slides Omang daughter of Mr. nephew, Andy Costlne the been seen on television. The ceramic head
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Leading manufacturers In May wedding is being program, "Tour of the Holy and Mrs. Boyd A. Omang, bride wore a street length hands and feet were made In Ohio, but Mrs. .
dress of blue silk
sportswear ire featuring planned.The Land," at the meeting of the 762 Lake Jessie Drive has taffeta organza over Lewis has done the remainder of the work.

I I poplins in solids and color bride-elect Is I Fort Methodist! Temple Woman's been named head delegate to matching lace, fashioned jacket. with A blue a The ceramic heads for the figures of Grant,

correlated prints as their big Meade High School graduate. Society of Christian Service the third annual Midwest hat held a short veil of illusion. Buchanan and the Kennedys were produced by MRS. LEWIS AND CAROLINEthe
gest ingle seller for Spring She Is employed In Bartow as tomorrow at S p.m. at the Mrs. Fennla Bozeman attended the same Ohio artist. But Mrs. Lewis herself
and Summer of 1964. church.A Model United Nations to be
I deputy tax assessor In the office her sister as matron of Is making the. wax heads for the Lincoln and
Gilbert's, The House of of James L. Roden tax business session will be held in St. Louis Mo., tomorrow honor. Also attending the Garfield figures. She shapes the likeness in
1 1000) Fabrics are following conducted by the president Bowman.. While students at Emorv. they
assessor through Saturday. Miss
bride her transferred to of
were other sisters, clay which Is then plaster
(hi* hint with tables and Mrs. Maurice Hohn Mrs. William were married. And before
; tables of poplins in match- The prospective bridegroom, Renfranz will give the Omang, along with four senior Mrs. Clifton Gelgler and Mrs. paris, which forms a mold for the wax. 1959, Lesley was born they graduated in
formerly of Zebulon. was Maggie Craft.
I mated print as a feature devotional.Mrs. classmates at Newcomb- Exercise la Accuracy
graduated from North Carolina Tulane in New A reception followed at Mrs. ah The Bowmans have lived In Lakeland
fabric. Available at your) Hohn reminded memo University Orleans The fashioning of the garments is exerclll only
local Gilbrrg's More State College In Raleigh.He bers to bring their World will act as representative Biindy's home.Following In historical accuracy. She makes the sine last August, but they already have a
I is employed by the United of the a wedding to home town for It. He Is
106 E. Main St. Banks and their pledges to new federation of trip almost-invisibte stitches with tiny needles that feeling a native of
up
States Department of Agri- Sarasota, the
-Ad. date. Malaysia.Alex couple will live she orders from London -smaller than any Florida; Long Island and Georgia are In her
I lulture Qualson-Sackey, head at 816 Munn Ave. which she has been able to find In this country. background. They came to Lakeland from

delegate from Ghana will open These details have engrossed most of her Miami.

1 Catholic Women the Model UN. The delegates tBiJdItLLAKELAND time In recent weeks. So she has not had timeto Mrs. Bowman was awarded a Woodrow Wilson

Will Hear The Harlan will Cleveland be addressed by sort out the consequences of the population Fellowship for graduate study in history
U.S. Assistant
GENERAL explosion which has taken place in her doll- at Emory. She has completed the work fora
fREE Rev. Mr. BurnsThe ternatiohal Secretary of State for In- HOSPITALMr. world. It doubled In I day. Master of Arts degree except the thesis.
Organization Affairs
and Mrs. Robert E. "The last time I counted I had about 500
Rev. Thomas Burns, at the closing session Stevens, 1015 W. Canal After her university years she worked In
i president of Santa Fs High banquet.All son March 13. Drive dolls in my collection. But I few weeks ago an office and taught school at Atlanta. ThisIs

School will speak to membersof delegates will attend two Mr. and Mrs. Freeman C. I bought a collection in Tampa with 500 more. her first year to be. at home with Lesley

I the Catholic Woman's Club Model General Assembly Plenary Crews 1113 Jungle St., son, Dolls are now practically overflowing the but she Is called out at times for substitute
tomorrow at S pm. at St. sessions and meetingswill March 13. house," she added. teaching at Lakeland Junior High School.

! TRIP NASSAU Joseph's parish hall. be held of the five main Mr. and Mrs. Frank V About 30 years ago Mrs. Lewis took the e

TO PLUS Mrs. Warren Baker president committees in which resolutions Herrick Eaton Park daughter first step toward becoming t collector. She .
will report on the West submitted by the nation.al March 13. bought a Civil War doll which now stands In Busman's
Coast Deanery meeting held delegations will be debated. Mr. and Mrs Herman L, the front of a crowded cabinet as the ancestorof Holiday

$250 WARDROBESEE last week. A report on the Berlin Red China, South Africa Wright, 411 W. Hunter twin scores of dolls which she has made throughthe Prof. Earl D. Smith who teaches chemistry
recent bake sale will be given Southern Rhodesia outer son and daughter. March 13. years. '
.' at Florida Southern College and Mrs. Smith
by Mrs. Roland Alderman space, economic developmentand Mr. and Mrs. Al Still, Plant e
will spend a portion of his spring vacation at
THE DOWNTOWN chairman. finance will be some of City daughter. March 13.
Hostesses will be Mrs. J, the topics discussed during the Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Business Pleasure TripDr. the meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences

Wendel, Mrs. A. Wendel, Mrs. sessions. Riggs, 1030 E. Lake Parker this week In Winter Park.
MYSTERY SHOPPER H. 0. Mott and Mrs. G. Mer- Drive daughter, March 13 and Mrs. James P. Bowman II and Mrs. Smith a member of the Garden Club's

Bhon. Xi SigmasTo Mr, and Mrs. John W. their daughter Lesley will spend part of this Azalea Circle will take rose-red camellias
Wells, Mulberry, daughter week in Georgia where he will attend a seriesof from her bushes en Coventry Avenue to Mrs.
naisoaooaoaooaoo eaaaaaa At March 14. advanced cardiology studies at Emory Uni Charles W. Hurt who was a member of the
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I Wa Mr. and Mrs. Ceorg. Little versity. She will have I brief visit with her same circle before moving to. Winter Park to

IJ? Moore HomeXI Jr., 2012 Bassadena Circle, parents in Rome Ga. become resident head of a girls',dormitory at 1Ii
clothes finecatastrophe son, March 14. The trip will be a kind of homecoming: for Rollins College. ,
0"D Sigma chapter of Beta Mr. and Mrs. James R.

Sigma/ Phi sorority will meet Gambrell Route 4, son, March. .
El : tonight at 8 o'clock at the 14. Lambda ChaptetOllicers Men Speak Up About

0D ? home of Mrs. Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bradt, I
i 131 Carolyn Drive 85 Lake Hunter Drive daughter To Irksome Female WaysBy

.i Mrs. John Hyden will read March 14. Be Elected
I 1 0U the city council report and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Curington -
Mrs. Joe Skillmbn will report Plant City Son March JOSEPHINE LOWMANFor dance with one man and goes
t on the rummage sale. Plans 13 AUBURN DALE. Lambda home with another one who

m will be presented by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sum- chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma a couple of days I am flirts with other men when on

1 I Russell Dias for a pizza partyon nil 1524 S. Webster son, society will meet tomorrow reporting some of the things I date one who orders a

I Saturday.The March IS.WINTER. at the Auburndale Civic men wrote to me after read meal her date cannot afford
I 3.JE I. program "Eastern Eu. HAVEN HOSPITAL and then only eats half of it."
Center. The executive board ing a column I had about
w rope" taken from the exemplar Mr. and Mrs. Owen C Al- Can't Abide These
program book ''TheGrand britton, Alturas, son, March 4. will meet at 7:30 p.m., followed what feminine traits men find That is quite I list I Next

a a Tour," will be given by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Holder- by I business session attractive and unattractive., are the things they really can't

p l a( Bert Rodgers. field Auburndale, son March at I. Officers will be elected. The following are excerpt stand An Intoxicated womanor

t E a 4.Mr. The program will be under from a letter sent to me by girl one who uses rough

E Date BookTODAY and Mrs. E. Clifton the direction .of Miss Alva- .14 men seven of whom are language one who Is careless
Q Olive Auburndale daughter about personal hygiene
E aa March 4. line Young of Lakeland married and seven are bach and Is poorly groomed one

E Mr. and Mrs. James T. En- chairman of the professional elors. whose hair la cut like a boy's
H r a LaKeLAND, .1 Lakol'nd a'OOI Wom.n'CLU', ClabA 735am. mi. Lake Wales son, March 8. affairs committee. A panel "Things we find embarrassing one who wears too much

E 1\ a .K".L:.N..t Merrht'TOASTMATSa5'cLue. as.uu- Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Over- discussion of the National or aggravating: A woman make-up or lots of heavy jewelry
(ant Amens Intr"ard m LoinL1pa bey 735 30th St., NV daughter Educational Association's pub- red polish which covers
El I U oKCNAOa or girl who constantly later'ropes
::"f at JhOmlv ,, .vD.u'ID March 8. lication "Schools for the 60's"will poorly cared-for nails and
D .'h..I.d A W drill-JJ7.tli| LosltlnlCommend Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Hart, be given by Mrs. Grace conversation one who girls or women who are notat
ElE 'z::: Co. JJ4th.JU *DPI Id 'PIt 8741H Trim: 121 Allen Ave., Jan Phyl Village Harrell Mrs. Frankie Workizer is loud one who becomes all Interested in, and haveno

I 0 10'Mod Dol UFM). all lBR.rYicilni daughter. March 9. Miss Rebecca Keith, angry over small unimportant skill In the domestic arts

aE E TVPOODArHICAL UNION AUXILIARY ., Mr. and Mrs. William; A. Mrs. Warren Fugltt and Miss things either In conversationor such as cooking and sewing

''m dry lathes I inside.. B Lokol.nd homo 01 2ft M"HIli Unllne A Blvd W.,(M I>1M tUl...Km., 2404mlo Yon 2285 Ave. C SV son Young because of unavoidable These men say "The seven
will be members of who
LA"ILAHO CM"PT' Se DROSS March 9. Hostesses us are married have
B Or TNa SASTS5N 5TA5. 5 CIMom. Kathleenand circumstances one who gets ideal
Tfirol.. MM P.ul r5 J.iHprwnutlvt Mr. and Mrs. Net Belthlus from Auburndale. our In women, and we
B ELECTRimilV I iEl ...nd of Nrw ....1.... Auburndale, son March 10. Mulberry. Into an argument with another might add. we had I lot of
: will be honored N w momlwri Im.U
B >Wd, A dinner ho orin. DOW orll.oarw Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills female over a dress or hairdo screening to do in order to
ym b> bad la diD In. room UTH Lakeland, daughter, March 11. find them. The seven of us
'WA at I gathering of both
ElEl Clothes lines-and clothes fine problems-are _....1.. .omm.nl."o"IN loaat. 'JO we.0m..FAAM._ Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. New Residents Set sexes one who fusses with who ire single will remain
al Coffman. Auburndale son Patrick's her hair while seated In a single until we find something
a thine of the past when you switch to a marvelous CUT HOSES March 12. St. Party restaurant one who cuddlesup better than we have found so

electric clothes drysr. AHD Mr. and Mrs. Winston A St. Patrick's party Is to a man In public one far. We have good jobs have
Ela ROSE BUSHES Miles, Halnes City, son. planned by the New Resi who wears so much hair spray I fair amount of money saved
Electric clothes drying b so simple and March 12. dents' Club Friday at 1 p.m. that her hair feels like a por- and own our own cars (paid

a:: satisfactory...you Just load the clothes dryer.. B RISKS nOSES Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. at Magnolia Building, Civic cupine one who goes to I for). We live in bachelor
IIIU $0111 White. 2213 Ave. F, MW, son apartments and do our own
D set a dial,and electricity does the rest. B ant I. 'LA. AVI. UKIUND March 12. Center will be housework washing Ironing
Mrs. Mabel Glenn
D To dry clothes anytime, day or night In any B hostess chairman assisted by Religious Groups' and cooking thanks to the
I of
B teaching
B fabulous our married
B kind of weather, Join the switch to modern El secret formula Mrs E. Allen Mrs Martha friends' wives"
Hazier, Mrs. C. Eager Mrs.J. Meeting Calendar
E electric clothes drying-another way to live B C Hoag, Mrs. J. F.: Huff, I About About slacks Slacks

B: better, electrically B for banishing Mrs. W. J. Dormody, Mrs. G. Pea,.11 eoe Yes NY PM a really like them: but men they do not
B: El Harris, Mrs. C. R. Mason and t:1I.: lit r>7tr. ;':...Mem.at ear hear of 3'3:; of them for wear when approve -
$20.00 Installation Allowance Mrs. C. Penfietd des er Khi, Dial eia-4141,
B doing housework
or gardening!
gray hair Tees or In very cold weather
B ElP or for
B During the Month of March I FROM 1- CURRIE'S t. APOSTOLIC M..rlal *SISLS"... clans.'CHOOL.01_1321.. a hike In the country. They ;i
r.eMUNIT1': have
.... .. .... licit CLAM 71. one reservation even
B El GREECE HOME PORTRAITS I esr.. 80111. Mill... then. Some
Now It the time to buy and .noy| the convenience of a new Electric 2' I JohDOOftFAITN women look well
: rwurkabt. Mloriett lotto
I a wi" be ._.... ee see& WMr. .. LUTHUAN, Osntleasu.a In slacks and some simply do
f B Clothes Orytr. Th. City of Loktland will pay you $20.00 Installation! allowanc.) a strong coal-tar' dye, sot a I .. ,,-II. ..... .... _. ale"" .n.NIT.1I"h.sr1ar """''lTUIAIi. not have the figure, and
If S.t.ct Eli rime.OMCUN roiMuu.it 5r Ae.N.5Crnb .u $5053. eroui Tro* us a. p."*. "
the month of of ... should
B you purchase your dryer during March. the dryer lotion that .h never wear them.
tend gradually .
.KIlLAN. SAPTIST. mini
B your choice, your opplionc deoltr will sand ui a certified. of tol.. Our Horn. ..* gray to MtunWocking _"to .... __ _i< One amu.inlletter says, "I s

[:] Economist will call at your home to aloe you many helpful hints on your new a '- da 21 days or teat, And .! don't mind slacks so much as
: oDaJ see keeps It that what they have done to them.
[:] Work Saver W* will then mall your Installation allowanc. check. See your Appliance B JOIJI1IL4I"A! no coofuiloa about ibadett wart : REBUILD YOUR MATTRESSa '.First they have taken the

n Dealer this Month and Live Better, Electrically! E i :: one colorless lotion works I I' "slack" out of slacks and
a a i blondes brunette, redheads. even use stretch materials.

a Otter load In say .... served by the Deot..1 apply to the roots of the I WI CAN MMAKI YOUR OLD MATTRESS I Then there is the sloppy slack
: IlKtrie C Wets UHlitiM City .. LekeleiteJ g -and watch gray go away TO II AS GOOD AS NIW whacked off midway between
i away. Start aalog OUCIAM I AT A FRACTION O* THI ORIGINAL the ankle and knee and the
DEPARTMENT OF B: -:'today-.3 JO plus Ux. i PRICE rolled up blue jeans the more
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guaranteed sloppy and wrinkled the bet-

0 Electric & Water Utilities ma GRECIAN FORMUIA-16: W. Sell Pee* R. I leAHiif by ter.
u.. PIRtSTONI ..4 WTNN KIST ..... Ho-huml It's the woman's
dine ..... I. Mr ewe 'ee...,. I turn now. Write and tell
CITY OF LAKELAND me
I what
O f.N.R. t P MUST TIRMS masculine character
tics you like and do not like.

,ELlCT R ICilY.iesI I uIJ'IorlJeJterJilJllif/: stores. WYNN MATTRESS man Send Tomorrow in them care to of Josephine The Ledger.Lowi

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I When Ireland' only woman sated; thereafter such follies rick was a Frenchman! hope, a very quiet, harmonious SHOP WEDNESDAY 'TIL 5:30: P.M.,
I sync sits down to luncheon a* they might desire-grapes, Who"r wants it then could feast-and Indeed at the MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND
|day, St. Patrick' Day, perhaps, an Irish hothouse, have Irish Coffee->but I shall end of It, for dear childhood'ssake FRIDAY AND ,
her Limerick city home, cheese from Sllgo frlandlses take my Irish liqueur whiskeystraight. we may all sing "Hail
Ift menu will be as follows: from France, For Saint Pat- It will have been, I Glorious Saint Patrick." -
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broth '-- -
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Vegetable baked -- \I/1I I
limerick ham studded with ,
loves served with pineapple
)Icannon and dressed cab-
7 lUlled -
lige. Dessert will consist of
larrigeen souffle and baked %

Ipplei followed by Irish cob t unhare.
F* J'I ..
I Mrs Frances Condell, now Q 13,.
her second term as Mayor IIgherPfizer
If Umsrick, Ireland's oldest
1 ty, was one of several Irish I ,
leople Interviewed by Irish erage
International Airlines Special ROTHIRS Ipped
Jispresentstlve Imelda Staun-

un Her. question: What do the FTb
Irish in Ireland eat on St.
1 atrlck's Day?
Ireland' Potatoes fw1e----- ''< 1 .
For the American woman
ke should explain that "col- }' ,
aMon" .is the name given In I
Ireland to the new season's a H
I.otatoes, mashed, .creamed
|.nd flavored with raw onion
|I nd parsley "Carrigeen" is f' 8b a touch of the orient.;
dessert made from a sealant ,
gathered along the welt- shift! -
J rn seaboard of Ireland, mostly Rhapsody lounge
by the, island people.
Irish actor, Michael Mac.I a !
I Idrnmoir, known to Amerl- rr 6,98
Jan theatre audiences for his

solo performance In "The" ie' Gay cotton satin oriental block print shift -
of Oscar
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being
{importance
yy S9 il. r
gave iis his dinner menu a* fpr drinking tea or relaxing on a heap of
{follow: $
Clare Mussels a la Marl- pillows everywhere or anywhere! New 1.000
mere-Lobster a la Galway- the
I Baby Chicken Limerick Ham, modified fit darted In back gold/beige

I-new potatoes-cress salad, .. or green beige on block; P, S, M, L.
I followed by Irish Cream land
I Cheese Mousse CarrigeenI Meat' Loungewetr !ticks
coffee-Irish Mist His choiceof ales'
wine was Merssult SPRING FASHIONS will be modeled by from left Holly Slama wearing a "Willie the ,,,0\\11.' m) /
[chateau Margaux Worm" shift; her mother, Mrs. Jerry Slam with an "airplane" hairdo, modeling a poncho ": kin
Irish novelist Kate O'Brien raincoat; her son David, dressed in calypso: pants and tee shirt; and Mrs. Robert Broyles, Fe-
[ divide her time between wearing three-piece brushed cashmere outfit. The show will be tonight at I o'clock at the New llMteen
( travel and living In London Civic Center and Is sponsored by the American Business Women's, Association Lakeland Imperial ,
these days She recalled some chapter. Ledger Photo-Perkins) ,\. '
of her happiest memories of In- I
St. Patrick' Day spent In J kU I
I New York when "we ate sal- cent
t A.M AM Sh b ked .
man annon' a are.
i k'H7n:
and 'drownedthe tan-
shamrock' In good Bourbon the
from Kentucky! .lie.

Traditional Food I me
Were I Inviting friends to Y .
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dine with me on St. Pat- : /' : 4\"r ofIf
I should of w'
ricks night
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offer them Irish food, '" ,
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course ;,1 t .... rlty
(cooked In the best traditionalway. \. 'I < ;., '
I think they might be- J d ent
gin with oysters from Galway Ichist
Bay, or smoked trout, (4\: *
or salmon mayonnaise; then me
perhaps a guinea fowl simply \ rs. I
roasted, a Limerick ham the ,
baked In brown sugar and 1
with wine sauce, Saint Patricedu ., ,
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Rhone; some new potatoes ++auywr',
from Ireland, and a chicory '110,.
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Haven Groups .i or at I

Plan Variety ,; et /

Of ProgramsWINTER It

HAVEN Mrs Y fA ) \1i1 ke.
Earle Rabb has been elected fot.
president of the Winter Haven : .
Woman's, Club for the 1964-W 1P11f"I al
club year. Other new officer /& of
will be: Mr*. Lee Halley Mr*.
Milton Luna and Mrs. James au
Grover, vice presidents; Mrs. NN ( .
Roy DeReu and Mrs R. R. f '4a
Murray, secretaries; Mrs. Ird
W B. Craig and Mrs. R. H.
Mitchell, assistant secretaries: \ lfr's,
Mrs John B. Gunter and Mrs,
William Wilson, treasurers I ? I
The new officers will be Installed Lf's
at a covered dish
luncheon meeting May 7. ,
TOURIST CLUB a

WINTER HAVEN Sacred r A' de
music of the Lenten season, ,, .
music suited to St. Patrick' *
Day, will form the nucleus for ]'fJllflB1JE
the musical program to be .
presented for members of the
Winter Haven Tourist Club tonight '
at 7:30 o'clock at the .
Civic Center '
The musical selections will \ .
he presented by Mrs Shirley rn_ clsEs: \ : I
Tripp and several pupils on t '
harps, Mrs Helen Duhlgren
Edwards will play violin, viola
and cello: Mrs Virginia Star-
ties Davidson will direct several A
numbers and accompany
others on the piano a* well a*
sing a soprano solo and Mrs.
Luella Dennis will play the
flute and ling
All of the musicians perform
i I. with the Winter Haven Pops % ,
Orchestra 77r1 : ,
At the conclusion of the pro .
gram, several numbers will be 4 '
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played for the members to loin R
in the "community sing"
A
VALPARAISO GUILD ... J ,

WINTER HAVEN Miss Lily of France's Lil Ease bras take you (
Julie Sendral will give a re- ,. the perfect lining for Easter!
port on the national board 'round the clock in perfect comfort!
meeting held in Valparaiso. Fair "Taffette"slips
, Ind., at the meeting of. The Vanity
I Valparaiso University Guild Stand firm with hands on hips bend forward, bend to each 1 1V :. '

at parish I o'clock hall of Grace tonight Lutheran In the side : Ul Ease stretch moves with you, curves you, becomesyou r and petticoats!

Church. each pro Is made with diagonal stretch that encirclesyou
firmly but ever so lightly! Lil Ease comes in a whole wardrobe I The perfect: under lining for sheers the great lining for

1 Meet Set For of styles, perfect for every moment of your busy life. Tailored a knits and linens too! "Taffette" is 100% nylon tricot with

fine pima cotton for business girls and homemakers; whiteA the opacity of taffeta slips; average 32-40, short 32.38;

r New OfficersOf 32-36, B and C 32-38 3.95 Bon-Lon lace for country + .t- < petticoats S, M, L. Show.off lace top slip; white, black,

: Pilot/ Club clubbing; white and navy, A 32-36, B 32-38 C 32-40 5.00 I e beige '.95 Tailored slip; white, bright navy 6.95

Deep plunge for every femme fatal to dance 'til dawn; white A : Sleek sheath' petticoat; white, navy 4.95 Zippered bock
Mr*. Howard Redy. presi\ 32.36, B and C 32-33. 5.00 t w petticoat; white, black beige/ 5.95
dent-elect of the Pilot dub of

I Lakeland bas called a meet'g Maas' Fashion Foundations Maas Lingerie
of the newly elected officer
t for tomorrow at 7 p.m.
\ at her home 1431 Edge 'aterh
Beach Drive.

k, the Mrs.board Reily will and name members committee of- WOMEN OF FASHION SHOP WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNTJ !

chairmen, and outline
,' plans for the coming year.
iii The new officers will be Installed -
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N LAKELAND LCDCCR. Tuesday March 17 INI I Haley Holds Hope House May Aid Cattlemen I



I WASHINGTON-Although an action a few days ago there offer little assurance to the pro- but baaed on past experience I at J581 million. This means
Important section of the American still Is some hope that the duoeri, particularly In view of would say this offers little hope that much money Is going out
economy which has been House may act to aid cattlemen what i. happening to some oth- for our cattle producers of the United States and Con.
I hard hit by import competition, U,S. Rep. James A Haley saidIn er industries In which voluntary "Another factor supporting trifcjtlng to the deficit in our
I the producers ot beef cattle, his weekly newsletter restrictions are being used" he the need for the bill we have balance of payments, which was
'1 it a' 1 drh r 1 I ,r+, r' 1 1a were denied relief In a Senate I "As this h written, more thana IBI id. introduced is the fact that beef I II $31 billion la.t year," Rep.
Threatened Imports last year wen valued Haley said
ua M/qata/ Marl{' aanvepMM tenth of the membership of Worse I
I IIaMw ee+revne rrlrwrrMSwtAjue NV I nI CandidatesTo the House, Including myself, "Moreover, the Import situation -
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has Joined In Introducing legislation threatens to worsen because tined Cent Te fey HIM/
which, if passed would It now teems that the
Air Views restrict Imports of foreign beef six-nation European common MmQ wrn
and mutton-fresh, chilled and market will eventually ban moot
1 On Home Rule frozen-and their product to meat Import, 10 that Australia, It n. Map To Set
the average of a five-year base New Zealand and Ireland, our
I.period 1999-83, inclusive," Rep. principal sources of foreign beef ATACCEPTANCE
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Three 'Haley said. will try even harder for more
Iti candidates for governor Scott I market,
"This legislation which has of the American
Kelly of Lakeland Robert King been referred to the House Ways I "I think It is Important to CORPORATION
of Miami and H. B. Fosterof '
High and Means Committee, of whichour note that this la not a move to
Fort Myers Beach-had their OF FLORIDA
market to
American
Florida neighbor Rep. Syd shut off
cnancei today to tell county Herlong Jr., Is an Influential: foreign producers because under COMPARE 10055 LOW LOW PAYMENTS
commissioner how they feel member has the backing of the formula provided In the CASs 2t CASH It CASH 1Z
about home rule. Monts Yee Menthe Yn e.e Months32.eo r
Yes eet se
share of the
4.q64h the Florida Cattlemen' Association bill, a generous
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1 ir' dvrSLpy+ i 9'' xd + Five other candidate ap- and of national cattle- United States market will re- stoo.ro s2eoo stso.ss sts a
d t + peared Monday before the mIdyear men' and wool grower1 organ-' main open to these nations 131200 see s25o w steno $000 3700eConv.nt.vt ,.
conference of the Florida nations. which produce meats competitive Perki
s
r a Association of County Commissioners I with our own. I also should LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS ox toR OTHER *CAU t. WHARTON
IM MM WM am in"I
Concern Shown
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PEatotn Aaf COMPARAate
mention that a Tariff Commission DAY IIIVICI
1 Fred Karl of Daytona Beach "It has been Introduced because investigation It scheduled 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 24168
John Mathews of Jacksonville there U genuine cause to get under way next month,I
Fred 0 Dickinson of West Palm for concern In the,cattle Industry --------
Beach and Haydon Burns of and particularly In Florida.
Jacksonville, all Democrats, told Cattle prices are down more
the commissioner Monday that than $1 a 100 pounds from the FRENCH'S TRANSMISSION SHOPe.
they favor more authority and price. of just a year ago and
money for county government the tide of Imports from cheap-
Charles Holley of St. Peters- labor foreign countries is mounting
burg, a Republican said he fa- steadily. Florida is bearing Rebuilt Engine
vored some changes In state government the brunt of this competition 4
but he was less enthusiastic because the grades of beef To our many customer end friends of Hill area we
SITTING. puny Evelyn M.r..., II, .( ISO South.ru Ave p.... In front .f Florid SouHiirnColloit about home rule than which are being imported are, now offer the service of REBUILT FACTORY EN. ,
I w.r., dom 01 a tonroitont for Mill toktlond. Tho contort will k* hold April I end 2 the Democrat. to a great extent, grades more GINES. No guessing, or ..i".I1... need engine,
or the now clvif tonror. (ltdiir pScfo fcf Hu9hoi) directly competitive with Florida
University Bonds Opposed beef than that produced in repair tea US for quality, work at the right price.

Holley laid he opposes bond some other sections of the coun-
Motorcade Through City Will issues for university buildings t.--.".
but Is not against bond Issues "The fact that beef Imports
SPRING SPECIAL I
for toll roads which can payoff have risen from 770 million c
Display Miss Lakeland Hopefuls the bonds from earnings. pounds in 1957 to 2.3 billion
Karl urged a more politicallyand pounds-an Increase of almost I
Rebuilt TransmissionSpecial
200 cent has led to
socially mature state. per repeated
A motorcade of beauties will date of the motorcade had not nounced. Winner of the contest t Mathews advocated the finest demands for Import quotas, 4
wind Its way through downtown been set, but that it will feature will receive a free trip to Nas educational facilities the state but the Administration has resisted price for all
can afford more accurate road all such efforts It did
all of the Miss Lakeland Chevrolet, Fords, $75
Lakeland as the Miss Lakeland contestants sau and other trophies and
board budgets, adequate and intelligent recently hint that it would seek thru 57 I
before prizes Powerflites up . . .
candidate.
go on parade planning and zoning of voluntary Import restrictions,
the contest April 1 and 2. This the year'Lakeland contest Junior sponsoredby Chamber land and control of pollution. but such promises are vague and FOR ALL TYPES OF TRANSMISSIONS AND ENGINES SEE US.

The chairman of this year's of Commerce, will be heldat Burns told the commissioners ALL WORK GUARANTEED -TERMS ARRANGED.
contest Tom Halllck, said the'lionmen' the new civic center Prelim Gabon LeaderDoesn't they should have some of the BIBLICAL MANNA I IFrench's
exercised by legislator Biblical manna is believed tobe \
authority now
of talent will take
inary Judging
the lichen Lecanora relative Transmission & Motor Exchange
through local bills. a
ActiveIn place April 1 at the new civic Think I 1\
of reindeer
Dickinson said cigarette tax moss. During
center theater with the finals
to be held April 2 at the new, money should go directly to droughts curls into lightweight 225 N. Masi. An. ALL APPROVED CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Ph. 686.3101 .
Tanganyika; I civic center auditorium U.S. In PlotLIBREVILLE. counties Instead of the state gen- alls easily carried great distances .j'
eral fund. by the wind.
Ball Planned
Victims ClawedDAR Gabon (AP- .
The finals will feature a coronation .
ball, complete with orhestra -President Leon Mba rejects the ,
ES SALAAM Tanganyika : entertainment and refreshments contention of some French resi-
(AP-The lionmen of Singl- Hallick said. 'dents of this West African na- r '
da, who kill and scar their victims A one dollar fee will be tion that the United States was TRY FORDS .
with claw., are reported charged for both night's affairs, involved In a recent plot againsthis ; ,
active again Hallick announced, and reservations regime. ,
The regional commissioner of may be made by phoning "Nothing permits to deter- \ ,
Smgida, in central Tanganyika, the Jaycee office on Lake mine that the United States ,
appealed to the public for coop- Mirror Drive, MU 6-4317. played a role In the recent .'
eration In stamping out the Applications for the Miss Lake- events," Mba laid Monday of it ,
cult, which springs up every land contest are still being takenat last month' putsch, which unseated '
few years In the district the Jaycee office Hallick an- him briefly. AWARD ;. '

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The city commlisionen aa application by Armour I I I STOCK MARKET FLASHES I

have cancelled a and Co. for a permit to mine .
lease on property where the property In the southwest

burned out Red Barn Inn was section of the city and to NEW YORK wThe, stock temporarily public Steel at 45, both un
located and the two Jones abandon plans for angle parkIng market was fairly steady with New York Central also recovered -changed. U.S. Steel gained %
boys apparently are not happy on one side of all city prices mixed In moderatelyactive rising % to 33 % on at 58 on 2,500 shares
with the way the matter streets. trading at the opening 2,100 shares.In American Tobacco held un-
was handled. Odom laid he has been In- today. another 3,000-ehare block changed at 30 H on 2.700 shares
The Jones boys Bob, formed by letter that Armour Changes of moat key stocks General Electric rose % to 90. Ford eased / at 37 14 on 13.
president of Red Barn Restaurants and Co. Is willing to alter were small. Sperry Rand opened on 4,000 000 shares. Fractionally higher
Inc.. and Sammle its mining plan to meet specifications Pennsylvania Railroad firmed shares, uchanged at 18. %. were Raytheon Boeing, Pfizer
manager of the Red Barn in a city ordinance after yesterday's decline rising Chrysler continued soft losing and Studebaker
Inn charged last night governing mining operations % to 32 % on 3,000 shares, now (% at 48 H on 5,000 share The Associated Press average
that their lease on the property inside city limits The per- that the threat of a rail strike On 1,000 share blocks. Beth of 60 stocks yesterday dipped
at the Air Base was mit was denied last Decem seems to have abated at least lehem opened at 37 and Ret .6 to 3014.

cancelled "with no notice or ber.Moore
nothing" said the company BLUE CHIPS

Commissioners gave failure plans to submit a plan call
to pay rent as the reason ing for 100 per cent refill of ,
for cancellation of the the mined out area. OKAY,PIGEON!WHICH

lease. However Bob Jones No Ordinance COLLEGE HNIfACTOKS Mr. end Mr,. Kinr S. McKlnl.y .l Soroioto principal Wn of I STOCK Dd WE NAVi'Tb
aid he "personally was unaware Lane Hit mw Mrorl) M. McKinUy Mails ...lIdh.. *t Florida Sourhom Collogo, Impoct the $71,000 Gto'\Vd. THANK\! RIft THIS
City Attorney A. H.
of any rent being due"on said the city does not havean structure which via fttmHy spiced Friday ea a FoimaW Wtk highlight. Mn McKinley ill' hoi ENCHANTED EVENING'
I the property, formerly occupied : ordinance commissioner seeped t the eoltogo th* chltl hmflclwy .f e $1,000,000 Iniurtnc* volley *i eke cHorHr nombirf
giving -
I by the popular night power to forbid min fSC's MW Million Dollar ROOK Table to bs wmi***' *l prominent ,.'""i- The McKlnlonr
spot which was destroyed by ing. "The ordinance only tower m..i..sor cvbllitiori In SrMt .no' .Buffolo N.Y.
fire two months ago.
gives us control without
Sam Jones told commissioners -

I ty under be lease must have in order proper.to prohibition Commissioner" Lane Pete stated.Lawrence Bartow Board Asked To Seek CJ /

said the to .
keep his liquor license valid plan permit hr K. W


and appearing explained to before determine that the he"your commission was the angle streets when parking it are was was found not abandoned wide that 'Higher Bonds' For Molesters III 7C II

e enough. Lawrence had proposed
actual I and -
feeling why our
the plan with the idea
lease was terminated. of creating more parking BARTOW Bartow residents worse we could convict themof know that the children In The Daily Investor

Notified By Mall spaces. apparently are unhappy was disorderly conduct." town can walk safely on the -
with court of M. T. 'Bar- Streets" .
Bob Jones said he "not The commission also votedto handling recent MacArthur "
was
notified" of the pending cancellation revise the city ordinance cases Involving attempts tow citizen told commissioners Commissioners authorized i j By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Top executives of some 13,000
until notice of It arrived concerning parking to forbid to persuade school kids to he realizes the matter of Lane to look into the possibility My wife and I like to thinkof companies are supporting the
I into automobiles with getting evidence In such a of the city a I drive.Q. .
In the mall at his home."I persons from moving their get passing AMERICAN I ourselves as the "average
would rather have found car "one or two" parking strange men. case "is a ticklish situation, resolution calling for the American couple." But we must
out another way than whatwe paces In order to get an additional ; Last night, the city commission but still I don't think we need county courts to deal more EXCHANGEAm I admit that In financial planning I am unable to understand

did," he stated. two hours of free was presented a .a battered body. severely with persons con Elec ...............- l'/2 we are way below aver why the market prices of stocks
City Manager C. R. Odom parking. Moral Avenue PTA resolution "Our only interest Is to victed of such crimes. Barnes Eng .............. 24'% age. We meet our mortgage of small Investment companies
and Mayor H. Cecil Moore Lane said the ordinancewas which called for com Dorsey Corp .............. 6% payments car payments Insurance (SBICs, I believe you call them) I
both denied that Jones was amended to forbid the missioners to work toward Falcon Sea Dr ........... 11% premiums and all other do not go up. I own stock In
unaware of overdue rent. moving of can from one establishing "higher bonds"and County Voting MachinesTo Guard Chen .............. 10}a "obligations," faithfully.But one such company. It has reported -

Odom said rent on the property parking space to another In more severe punishmentof Gulf Am ................. 5% we always seem to spend good earnings for the
Gulf ............. two or three It has been
was due for two months the same block. persons convicted of molesting Get Bigger BallotsBARTOW Sulphur. f/, what Is left. We have no stocks: years
and seven days when the children. Kratter ................... 1 no bonds and I'm ashamed to In business
Lucky Friday ............ 31% Its latest report showed Increased
lease cancelled. Bartow police have handled small
was how
C The upcoming Ing and members of the Polk say our savings account
Carrier..,...... 11 earnings This stock Is
Moore admitted that under three such cases In recent primary elections will have a County planning committeeto Redwing % I., We thought we could
DickinsonBalloon ....... .... traded at about U
Co. .. NS only
Stephan I percentof
terms of the lease, the city months. Police Chief large enough number of candidates inspect the bid and make save our recent tax cut which
would have been required to Lewis Cromartie said the to warrant enlargement sure it meets specifications.The Syntex .................... 89'% came to 3.12 a week. But we Its net asset value per share.
Insurance "problem seems to be worse Tampa Elee ............. 25% that I surely thought that the market
apply money received of the ballot on seem to spend too.
is a result of the fire than it is because we've had the county's voting machine.space scheduled planning to committee use the new was Textron Inc ............... 4% Do you have any suggestions? value would go up after the
toward constructing a new two cases in the last few Or are we a pair of financial latest report was made public.
Shot Down County commissioners this aerial maps In Its drawing up OVER-THE-COUNTER But It did sot Can you tell me
building on the site. days. dunces?
morning passed a motion giving of a toning ordinance for MUTUAL FUNDS why?
Bob Jones pointed out that Both Released supervisor of registration presentation to the county'ivoters A. Come, now. Stop runlnng
Gubernatorial candidateFred I A. This !i strictly a case of
he bad told Odom they wouldbe that the last two Blanche Work and Larry Affiliated Fund .......... 16 yourself down. You're no dif popularity. More correctly Iffthe
0. (Bud Noting
willing to accept another ) Dickinson"West released after Markley county maintenance Fielding also reported lights Allco ...................... iy ferent from most American relative lack of
Palm Beach, has been ..hotdown" men were popularityof
building and continue the bond Attorney man authority to make the have been Installed at the Am Express .............. 40''% families The average couple stocks of SBICs.
S100
twice In posting a City
lease. "I think we gave the Lakeland. ai many daysin A. H. Lane said both "necessary arrangements" for Saddle Creek Park and the Auto Merch .............. 1% does live from payday to pay A small business Investment
Air Base a lot of good advertising the machines. moved Bank ......... 71 If .
," he said. At least his balloon has. men were cited for "dis enlarging gates have been so Chase Man % day. you* company li a company whichas
Ed McMullen 2718 Cam orderly conduct." Also In this morning's brief that fishermen now can get Eckerd'i Drug ........... J8% really want to .. 'f ( the term implies) InvestsIn
"Too Far Away" bridge Ave., Dickinson's campaign Lane laid the court Is meeting county commissioners to the boat ramp after the Fidelity Fund ...........1744 save for the future small businesses. Some
Commissioner Nye Jordan manager In Lakeland, reported not qualified to city handle child opened a lone bid submitted park has been closed. Fla. Gas .................. U I you'll have ,, SBICs have been very successi I
Vernon Fla. Pub. Util ............ 24% to force your
laid he thinks the base "Is to police last night that molestation charges, which by GraphicsInc. ful In their Investments. Some u
too far away for the restaurant someone shot down a "Dick felonies and ., Tampa for new aerial Fla. Steel ................. 10 ; self to do It. have done just so-so. Some
"require excessive
are Bartow
to be an asset to the inson For Governor" balloon evidence. Lane maps of the county. The MayorIs Fla. Tel .................. 24% There are s I have been fops.
fla. Tile .................. 11 number of
rlty.H which floats 100 feet over the added that such crimes are firm's bid was $37,495Commissioners 'Fed ways When the first SBICs were organized
Up ...... ...... 8be do ,
Founders Life can .
Moore gave three different 100 block of East Pine St. turned to the were. expected you I a few years ago their
version of hew the city officials The balloon McMullen said, Criminal over Court of Record.county's to award the contract With Chickens'BARTOWMayor Gulf Life ................. ? that. But I'll_ stocks were very popular with
decided to cancel the costs about 11,000 and Is ",et- Calling child molestation for the mapping service later Incorp Invest .......:..-3: 754 offer a suggestion Investor and speculators. That
lease While the Joneses ting rather expensive to patch 'one of our more severe and today. H. Cecil Inter County Tel & Tel ... 55 one that popularity (and demand for ,
were present, be told them up and re-Inflate." deplorable crimes," Lane Commissioners authorized Moore said last night he "Is Jackson Min Mart ....... 6'% should suit you OOYLE those stocks) sent their market
McMullen to think that Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17 and other
that "we (commissioners) seems pointed out that Florida statutes county engineer C. W. Field- fed with chickens." many prices way up. 1\\
met and voted to cancel your the balloon Is being brought call for a con- Moore up called commissioners Nationwide ................ 15'/! people in similar financial situations The 1962 stock market decline
person on
lease." down by someone shooting at victed of such a crime to be consider kind A. H. Robins ............ 40% It's simple and financially lent the prices of those stocks
When questioned by reporters leant a .22-caliber rifle and sentenced to 25 in Mummey And to some Taylor Inst ................ 48 painless. way down. Then there were a
up years of action against people keepIng
he requested police to patrol TV. Elea Fund .......... 8.19
about the date of this Jail. By comparison convic- chickens Inside the city Join the Payroll Savings Plan number of scandals and near-
meeting Moore claimed he the area closely tion of disorderly conduct NamedTo limits. No action takenon Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21% and buy U.S. Savings Bonds. scandals involving some SBICs.
Even shooting down Dickinson Naylor was Traveler .................112>%
talked to commissioners by calls for (0 days in jail or the matter last night. Go to the payroll department That put a chill on the appealof
balloon would not be too United Ilium ............. 39'/
telephone.He $500 fine. The said that he has where you work and have some SBIC stocks, even those of
bad McMullen laid but both Unit mayor Universal Foods ......... .33
then declared that Odom times It has been shot down Evidence Not Sufficient Industry had several phone calls from ,money deducted frqm your salary well-managed and pure companies
could cancel the lease for Scott Governor stickers irate citizens calling for something each payday to buy SeriesE In that field.
non-payment of rent without have-Kelly-tor been placed on It Cromartle explained that The election of James Mum to be done about the NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE U.S. Savings Bonds I can Practically all SBIC stocksare
a vote from commissioners. In the recent two cases, there mey and Paul E. Naylor to chickens. think of no easier way to accomplish now trading at prices well
Me also conceded that a lease was not enough evidence to three-year terms on the Lakeland "I'm for doing whateverwe what you have in below their asset value per
for Peace River Manufacturing STATUS SYMBOL warrant a child molestation InrliKtrlal Board was voted__n_ can do," Moore said. Air Reduction 117% 57% mind. share (the actual value behind
Co., a now defunct corpo During the Chinese Empire, charge "There was no indecent yesterday by the city commis Aldens 39% 29% This Is a natural time to make each ihare In Investments, cash
ration was allowed to run fingernails worn several inches exposure or obscene lion Man Looks Like Allegheny Ludlum 41% NS such a move. You should be etc.) as Is the case with the
for more than two months long and covered with gold cases language" he said. "They Mummey Is vice president of Allied Chem 56% 56'/4! able to put Into E Bonds at SBIC stock you own. t
with overdue rent. were a symbol of the aristocracy just drove up and asked the Florida Tile Industries and he Gov. Scranton Allied Stores 61% 60% least the amount of that recent If the company In which you [i I
Also last night, commissioners who did not bave to work girls if they wanted to ride. succeeds W. M. Hoi!Is, vice Income tax cut and never miss own stock la doing as well ss I
decided to reconsider with their hands. "The county. judge said theECONOCAR .I president of Publlx Super Markets Because He Is Ab Bosch 14'/ NS : you Indicate, you should have i
-------------- it.The II
---- Am Cyanamid 63"! 83% about. The
on the board. Hollis declined U.S. Treasury Depart- nothing to worry
a second term. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Am Home Prd 63'63% ment recently kicked off Its an market price of the stock should i

Naylor is president of Paul "Boy, you sure look like Gov. Am Hospital 24124% nual drive to encourage and rise, eventually as Investors
RENTAL SYSTEM Naylor Motors and Is the present Scranton," said lames Long of Am Mach & Frdy 17'1714' promote purchases of Savings] come to recognize the true
chairman of the Industrial South Philadelphia."I Am Metal Prd 19119/4 Bonds through payroll savings worth of the company. I

Board. am Bill Scranton," repliedthe Am Motor 17% 17'/4
The commission also approvedan governor of Pennsylvania Am Res It Dev 24% 24% Latest Il a.m. Latest 11 aim.
r
DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE appropriation of $2,500 to "I'll vote for you If you run Am Seating 36% NS Close Price Close PriceI II t


pay umpires this season workIng for president," said Long Am Tobacco 30'30's Air 48'461,4
In the Little League Pony "Don't worry about that," Am Tel II Tel J4034 14O'%(Gillette 35 35'4W Piper
RsprtiMtctlvei ef America/I renrtfc Largest Acts Rental System I. League and Senior League baseball said Scranton who says he's Ampex 15% 15% R. Grace 5115114 Pit Plate Glass 14% 14%

: gamei. not a candidate for the Republican Arts Pub Ser 35'4 t-IS I Great A P Tea 35% 35% Proctor II Gamble 85% 851/s
New .In Ukslari to Mitt with Aptlkeahl I presidential nomination Armco Steel 741,4 74% Greyhound 52% 52s Pub Srv Elee II Gal 76376'%
281, 28%' Pure Oil 43r. 44Raybestce
"I'm not here for votei"Scranton Ateha top Grumman 42 42''
% %"
This b e ml, opportunity for __ t* got r* M tile grwno! fl.*r *f a growth. f..ct'Y Auburndale Man paid an unan Atl Refin 113n 113%', Man NS NS

with "_M., rht h ,lcrtlii. | Hi knlim* hy I5S ssetby.Here's ( nounced visit to two homes In Auto Can 14% J4'% IBM 5841583 Rep Steel 45 45
23724 Int Harvester 87% 67V R. J. Reynolds 40'40' %
South Philadelphia Monday to Avco
:Given 2 YearsIn see conditions under which families Beneficial 57'57 I IMC 9 NS Reynolds Met 393,4 39Va
What ECONO-CAR Has To Offer: ? on relief live. Beth Steel J 523"" 36% Int Min Chem 67167'% Rhod Sel Trust 8% 8'4
311 31
State Prison Blaw.Knox 27'27'% lot Paper % R. C. Cola I 1I1'h
Tel Tel 551
Int 553'
47Y. 47V Safeway Stores 59y' 593,4
Rape ChargeIs Bora-Warner Jones II Laughlin 73r.t 74
LOWEST DAILY RENTAL Brunswick JOI4 JO% Scott Paper 38.38

.. any NtItoowI4a tllia 4w NIINI prIc. I BARTOW- A 33 .year old Dismissed Burlington 47% 47% Kelsey Kimberly Hayes Clark 82"383"% 82'383,4% Seaboard Air R 47 471/

MchdN free .50y. clear.iI. --...... Melds.MM. $ 99 Auburndale man yesterday Burroughs 24 NS Kerr-McGee 36% 35 Sears 10711071%
.. 3 I, in was the sentenced state prison to at two Raifordon years BARTOW A rape charge Cat Tractor 59% 65Chemtron 594'! 33* 32'/aKorvettl Shattuck 15'15!%

against Otis Charles Stephensof Celanse NS Lear-Siegler J414 J4Liggette % Sinclair 011 45.345*
THE GREAT CHRYSLER LINE or Ulir.M ::, a charge of withholding 27 36% 89 89
to ftt Frostproof has been dismissed Myers 75% 75YJ Socony % %
'1... tomhlhM fetch1!.! VH.tt, Ptrnwiith, ==- = sal.Dads. supportMarvin Bryant, 611 Ash St., on a motion by the woman who Ches: & Ohio 69 69'/s Litton Inds 67 8fJr. S.C. Elec all 58* 58
... Cbryd.rsUNIQUE Auburndale was sentenced In signed a warrant against him.I Chrysler 4634 46% Lone Star Gas 22% 22 Southern 114% 114%
criminal court yesterday.Also Stephens :37, was arrested Cln Gas Elec 25% 28 Loral Elec 8 a Sperry Rand J8'% 18Spiegel
ECONO-CAR FINANCE PLAN yesterday Howard H. March 3 on a warrant Issued by CIties Ser 85% 85% P. Lorrlllard 447441% 31'% 31%

Our owoilug. piss f.IVM th* 4oolf. elf the c... ho MO.. wished .......* problems Hopklnson 31, was sentenced County Judge Richard Bronson Coca Cola Pal 128 42--S! 125,41 42% ,Madison Fd J9% 19%' Sid Oil Cal 60''" 80y'
Colgate 397Marguardt Std Oil Ltd 6234 621,4Std
to one year on an escape at the request of a 23-year-old Magnavox 3934 .
UNBEATABLE INSURANCE PROTECTION charge. Frostproof woman. Collins Rail 19 18% 10% NS Oil N. J. 8334 83%
.Columbia Gal 27% 27% Martin Marietta J8'V 18% Sunray Oil 31 30Ye
Thrwgh see MtteMl Hoot cororogo <*ntr*<* wh. tfookr. (..< .hh c." ml cwNmn) b Com Credit 39% 39'% McCrory J24! t-IS Tenn Gas Trans 201,4 2014
.,send comolotory. *t rots lm *Hihl.* I* seethe Lakeland Firm To Market Con Edison 84% 841% McKesson 45 45% Texaco 747NS

Con Foods 4814 481,4 Merck I17% I8lhMinn. Texas Gull Sui 23'% 231h
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM Consumer Pwr 45% 454! Bowl Tidewater 38% 38'4
New ConcentrateA 157 167%'
DMbn. .hers every facet .f tile 1ItooI MO free ihHM .*.. ...ot<.omo' woriotlugMthrM. cad I Orange Cont Can 44.M MMM % Tractor Sup J9r, J93,4
............ ... Sap by slop guMoiK sad ,seed nmm otokn. was,.. Cent Oil 64164* Montg Ward 38736%'Union Bag NS 37%
brand new- Lakeland opener. Ctrl Data 19% 78% Nat Biscuit 81% 61 I Union Oil 78'' 78*
NATIONAL ADVERTISING grown and Lakeland produced The four ounces of concen- Corn Prds 653kk fl5% Nat Can 1814 I8--S! Union Pac 401/4

hi lib T.... H_.... HJMr Nirh'y,. c.-.I...... -orange juice concentrate trate In the new product Crown Cork 29 29 ,Nat Dairy 87% NS Union: Tank 3631 gy'
NS
will soon hit selective markets makes a quart of orange juice. Curtlls.Wrllht 18% Nat Fuel 33133 United Fin 32114
across the country Kraft Kraft's new orange juice Is Den II Rio R R 20lh NS Nat Gypsen 48% 48Y. United Fruit 231231/
Investment Varies Depending Upon Area Imthtd Foods officials announced to- prepared from sound mature De Soto hem 217NS Nat Tea 15% U.S. Iodl 1% I%
Florida Valencia Oranges Dr Pepper NS Nla-Mohawk 5031 50% U.S. Rubber 58
APPOINTMENT CALLI. day.Kraft Super Concentrated Kraft's Super Concentrated Dresser Inds 28% 28--S! Olda Ou II Elee 28% 28% U.S. Steel 5735771
FOR AN IMMEDIATE Orange Juice Is a new "seven Orange Juice is similar in DuPont 260 259% Outboard Marine 17 J6% Upjohn 53 55',;
plus one" concentrate which, appearance to cans of frozen Eastman Kodae 1311130 Pac Gas II Elee 321321!% Vendo. 177173/ !
I. SHAYNE when prepared for use ls orange juice but Is smallerIn Gamble Skmo 34334% Pan Am Sulphur 28 26% W.rner-Lambert 28q '
mixed seven parts water to size and requires refrigeration Oa Pac 83% 58% Parkl Davis 321321% W. Air Brake 34YI 341)

Lakeland Tray elodge- 244 N. Florida Ave. one part concentrate Instead Instead of freezing. GIn Kim 89% 10 Penney J. C. 49% 49'/ Westinghouse 35 3" 361Winn /
of the usual three to one mix. With the Introduction of the Gen Foods 88% 891/ Pepsi Cola 49'% 49% Dixie 303NS
MU 2.1191 Packed In an attractive four new "seven plus one" concentrate Gen Inat 12* I3% Pfizer 48% 49 Woolworth 11 77
ounce can the container for Lakeland's Kraft officials Gen Motors 83% 84 Phila Elee 33 33'/ Xerox 16188%
the new orange juice has a said they speculate an Gen Tel II Elec 32% 3z1/a: Phillip Morris 73173% Zenith Red 85 85
hecttlve Offlceii 520 WHtfUU A,... Illiibtm N. J. peel-oft top that opens easily eventual increase in both Gen Time. JI'h JI'h Phillips Pet 49'4 48% Occidental Pet 25325%

and instantly without a oan equipment and employes. Gen Tire 101U: % Pbelphl Dodge 18% 88% Jim Walter ny 313



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THREE CARD HURLERS A





THREE-HIT BENGALSBy



By JACK SLAYTON

Sporti Editor
.w
Three "old men" of the !it. Louis Cardinal hurling staff stopped the Detroit Tiger offense
cold her yesterday at Henley 1 Field as the Cards chalked up their third straight exhibition U Tuesday March J7, 1061

win a 6-J affair at Henley Field UBU UMMUMB U U IUMUMi

Roger Craig Lew Burdette and Bobby Shantz combined to hold the Tigers to three skimpy

I singles and a pair of unearned runs. However, for Craig it appeared he was still pitching for MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP

the Met*. During his J-lnning itl nt the Cards failed to score with Burdette picking UP the win.
-- -
The lou went to Tiger rookie r Mets Phils In
Pete Craig who was within two I hitless Innings before a pair of fore Craig could gather his wits
strikes twice of pitching three homers sent the Cards ahead Gerry Buchek homered in the ,

to stay same place.

Detroit was to have playedthe Detroit picked up a pair of 9-9 Deadlock.
I'm Philadelphia Phiniet In runs aft Burdette the same

Clearwater this afternoon. A Inlng, aided by Bucbek's: er
BeautifulI'm "B" game was to have been ror. Bill Freehan walked to By SHELDON SAKOWTIZ Monbouquette's tit scoreless In-

played this morning. The TU open the Inning but Gates Associated Press Sports Writer nings featured Boston's (-4 verdict .
The gen will be In St. Pete to play Brown popped up for Craig. PICKED OFF JullH J.vlw .! the St. Lavll CcriliMb. token flylnt dive, hick ta tint The New York Met received over Cleveland.
the New York Mela tomorrow Bill Brulofl hit te Buchek k.M kilt It w.. ta no ...11!! oi k. woe' picked .H .* e throw loss Tiger pitcher Ftt Crals. outfielder George Altman and

GreatestI'm returning to Henley Field who threw wild te force Free Nana C.ih. Tiger! Nm 11..0.0, _ch.. tar t.. tknw Tkt umpire .h Alias form.. (Ledger pktf rookie pitcher Bill Wakefield In

Thursday and Friday for baa, the Tiger catcher scooting "y Htik. ..>. exchange for Craig, and Altman Mocs Lose
--- -- --
The games with the MeU and Cincinnati to third. Jerry Lumpe went on a batting rampage for

respectively. A "B" singled home Freehan and New York Monday. The southpaw .

ChampionI'M game has been slated Saturday .. Bruton went le third. He Hornung slugger lashed out three
morning March 28 at scored en Willie Morton's infield NIT Teams OpenQuarterfinals triples and drove In four runs To FSU 5-2

Sarasota's rookie camp. grounder. After that as the Mets and Philadelphia ,

For three innings it was a Bobby SbanU gave up a harm- Phils played a M tie called by
pitcher' duel between Tiger Ins single In the eighth by Karras Fill agreement after 11 Inning TALLAHASSEE Florida

A rookie Frill Fisher and Roger Mickey Stanley.St. Elsewhere on the citrus and Southern College outhlt the host

Craig. The Tiger lefthander Louis added three more In cactus circuits: Florida State University Seminoles -

Pi YMOUTHIHAROLD I gave up two singles and fanned the seventh off Willie Smith. Weak Milwaukee Win here yesterday afternoon

two. Craig threw three hltless Jim Coker singled and Curt SpotsNEW Milwaukee turned In its second :- but four Moccasin tnlacues
innings. Flood got an infield hit Phil proved a deciding factor a*
In the Card's sixth Pete Craig GagUano hit to Dick McAuliffe NEW YORK (AP) Some- strongest backboard arrays. YORK: (AP-HalfDack straight shutout, blanking FSU won 5-2.
Baltimore 1-0 behind the two-
I walked Julian Javier but picked ,'and Coker scored when McAullffe thing hat to give when Drake The Lobos In fact, can rebound Paul Hornung will get a seconds hit pitching of Denny Lemuter. It was the opening game of
him off first After an Infield threw wild at second with anybody. Utah w. for the home
and New Mexico collide tonight chance to show his second effort Bob Sadowikl and Bob Tiefen- the season nine
FUSSELLINC. out. he had two strikes on Mike Shannon's long fly tallied the only regular season foe to for the Green Bay Packers and the third defeat against no
In a National Invitation Tournament auar. The Yankee won their
Charley James but walked him. Flood and Ray Withrow's doubleto beat New Mexico off the boards And Alex Karris get a crackat victories for Coach Hal Smelu
he two strikes the quarterfinal test and it and the Lobos burled the Vies first game under Manager Yogi
Again got on center tallied GagUano. I filling the big hole m the defensive Bens.0 whitewashing of ly's Mocs
411 N. Florida AVI. litter-Joff Long-before Long The loss left the Tigers with may be the Madison Square under a 82-18 rebounding bulgein line of the Detroit Lions Houston with BID Stafford, Rol- Ken Huebner the Garfield,
Garden
ceiling.
Ph. MU 2.7113 I banked an opposite-field homer all mark for the spring a return meeting that he left there last year. lie Sheldon Steve Hamilton and N. J., southpaw, limited the
over the right field wall Be- The Drake and New Mexico Ira (The Large) Harge a t-8
.Both Hornung and Kanras, set winner te five bits. FSC collected \
: ,, Metcalf the Coltsto
0 Tom holding
IT LOUIS a k r
6ett1Y4se -M of 5 hID..o d 1 : Jumping Jacks, tallest of the pivotman whom WAC coacheshave down Indefinitely last April 17 six safeties off FSU
hit nipped
unwsnataantussaratetfeelf.DXsewIeaTsavlelseMywbiskeya '"f I 12.team field compared favorably with one Washington
ZtiKwMlarwIM I NITs original figure -
for Football
I a.w. 4 betting on National hurltng.
Hwtknw I II|...... ....... rf I Kiln. rf League games have been rein- homered. The visitors from Lakeland
ft "I t OlltiMiM rfaJMoAull'f r', tonight's basketball doubleheader Harge heads up a starting stated. Jumped off to a 1-0 lead In the
ItUn 'I Robinson hit grand
Ituii M opener. Army tackles Du five whose average height of 1-5, Floyd a rallied
NFL Commissioner Pete Ro- frame but FSU
I opening
slam home with two out In
M..M.k w. I ,..-.. I. quesne In the nightcap with the is an Inch shorter than Drake's.Both zelle who handed down the suspensions run the White Soxa with three run In the bottomof
ninth
I -c-v..,. a '1"-, '. I 1 1 survivors ,joining New York clubs are defense mind- lifted them Monday the to give Pittsburgh the third and added two more

:,;1.,51 i: :1, + .. & CauN.t.ea Thursday University night's and semifinals.The Bradley In ed ate and offensive both work pattern.off The a dauber Lobos-, with sired that a statement neither man that had empha been a Homers- victory by over Art Shamsky and whiUfrsC in the last managed half of the one eighth In the

r au Edwards Cincinnati
u triggered
Johnny
e III led the nation
IKmU : tQI.Min.MOll Bulldogs-Lobes summit defensively allowing charged with betting against his 7-f top of the seventh
to a 10-tnning verdict
teals T.UI" ii a i has the makings of an Ideal opponents an average of own team or not giving his best .I The two teams were te have
Minnesota. The Angels
_.._ h. I. Nwnthl, match-up Drake, from the 56 points per game. Drake's in over at I:M to
sat tor F Mtw In thlr4iul 0- every game I their third in played again p.m.
a row
won
t''J:: C.ON 15 ..,.,;MI D-e.R.e classy Missouri Valley Conference average yield was 81 points. Roselle added that the conduct
far r>. Crm* In ftHlhi /-fllM *ut Mexico's The second matches and sixth In nine starts In whip day.
and New Western a I
for .mini In .HhUi game of Hornung and Karras was Florida Southern return home
I .T. .. .. Athletic Conference rugged aggressive Army team, ping the Cubs 12-S and Bill
LOUIS *M Ml 100-1DITMOIT co- taken Into series with the
In the
.. .. .. .. .0. MI MO-i consideration for a two-game
champions have much in common 64-42 surprise victor over SL .
1 A of the Valdosta State College Valdosta
-iueh.li m./lullff. Ml '! lifting suspension I
.
Lo".'" 1 111 OMr*.., JJ II. DM..>. Including the tourney's Bonaventure last Saturday,
.iII Javtor' .n. Lon.Lono'. Hornung said he would tart SlatedTo Ga, nine tomorrow and
I .M.nvmon..... .LO Wthrow_.. .0.5.O.Soilfhoill(, Mtrol. Lump, 5.,. against a swift Duquesne club' In May to get his leg back In Cars Thursday. Both games begin at
3a-Wlelr.w.. H'_t n|. Surly!,. _... which revolves around back- for the 1964 7 30 at Henley Field.
shape The
.. 0...I, -.. ... .._h.niiwiif Shuffle Meet court snipers Willie Somerset season. .: p.m. .
I Packers three-time Western .. .. t iU r* IM M* lOt-t e
N a a* as so (24.7 ) and Ron Willard FlorM, .UIO .. Ml M* 03- S aHuMiwr
: 'sal:. } i iC To End TodayThe average Conference winner until last on* rultwil Hnnll ."o
(W) i 1 H6). Qualify -
J : a II I season, fell to second behind the
I two-day Full Moon
-:: P. (U f Chicago Bear in the 1963 campaign :
GI.::.51.,.. t'i. i. J Doubles Shuffleboard Tourna. Shuffle Tourney Moc Netters
.nrTST.BI7an' :r"" ment was to have ended this The Lions also fell off with For Sebring
afternoon at the Civic Center
Won DeMarses I
courts. By Karras out of action. The 2S()-
pound tackle was the standoutin
LW Hosts HornetsLAKE More than 13J players were Host Valdosta
entered In the Central District Walter and Gertrude De- what was probably: theleague's : SEBRING Can filled with
WALES-The Lake event. The tournament Marse teamed up Saturday best defensive line The people began pouring Into Se
night to defeat Virgil Baker and Lions never did find a
bring yesterday for Saturday's Florida Southern CoUele'lI.nnl'
Wales High Highlanders will be la cosponsored by the Lakeland t'ePlace-1
trt seeking their third baseball victory Chamber ef Commerce Agnes Carter 54-26, in the finals ment. 12 Hour Grand Prix of Endur team will be soaking its
I
of Recreation of the Women's Choice Hornung said he now weighs ance. first win of the season when
the when City
season they Department Shuffleboard Tournament at the 221 pounds, about six pounds of Valdosta .
host the Haines City High Hornets and the Lakeland Shuffleboard The 12 mils auto road racIng they host the' netten
Civic Center courts.. over his playing weight. will In match series
course present a gruelIng State a two
Club.
at 7:30 Legion
Most often of tH these words reflect waralyi! pride Field: in p.m.a Southwest today at FlorIda The tournament Is more :' Earlier the DeManes had test of Cobra, Corvettes tomorrow and Thursday on

and&n1S1D 1 CrowD-the brand that hi won more friends for BOW Conference contest Hoyt than 2t years old and b an eliminated Florence and Was Kathleen Enters Ferrari and Jaguar, and a the FSC campus: courts. Both
Boadway 47.30. while in another horde of others for the coveted matches will under way at
Marbutt win hurl for the annual get
event
and be sure High- attracting top
the world.
\twIlIIJotherl'hiqn Say Seabrram/s semifinal match Baker
landers' I competitors from the area. Prep Track MeetThe Alitalia Airlines Trophy In the 10:30: am
,, .. and Camp. ousted Bernice And I II longest road race In the U.S. The Mocs who posted a 4-1
.. 'w .-
r 1': T : Kathleen Senior
: High
Norman Rlngleman 55-45. have wit
I The classic only ante race record la loll play
In one other contest the School Red Devils track squad In the United States awardIng fired awe M setbacks at the

I IMMEDIATE CASH I Boadways edged Esther and will compete Thursday In a such a large total of FIA hands of Rollins College and
Paul Parsons tl-42. four-school meet at Lake Wales points, will be, for the first Stetson University.
Entered in
the Southwest
time starting proven fastest Larry Hale, FSC's' No. 1 man
WH Visits Plant Florida Conference competl tar at the head ef the famed and the only bright spot In

HALF tlon are Auburndale. Bartow. Le Man type start. Thursday Southern's losses, has not lost
CENTS FOR YOUR COINS Kathleen and the host Lake
1793GECENTS I TAMPA-The Winter Haven qualifying times will separatethe a singles match. The tall Lake-
1793 40.00 High Blue Devils and Tampa Wales High Highlanders. men from the boys with lander a senior played at New
1794. 15.00 1799 . 75.00 Plant were to have played a The meet will get under way favored Saturday starting positions Mexico Stats before transferringto

1795 :: 10.00: TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I 1809.: : f 35.00 Western Conference baseball at J:30 p.m. with field events going to the fastest Southern.
followed 7 track
: : : : : game at the Plant diamond at4pm. at p m by the turned laps ef the day. Following Hale In the FSC

1796. 100.00 1821 1.00 today. events Friday the International stockcars lineup will be Dave Watson,

1802. 20.00 March 17 18 19 in Lakeland I1857. 3.00 I Kathleen lost its opening cinder will hammer it out In the Steve Blake Roger Levlne.
outing In a triangular engagement
Planters Open morning with Fords, Studebaker Joe Cechonoiir and lick
with flames City and Corvaln and Lark Crankshaw.Two .

LAKELAND TERRACE HOTEL FROM 9 A.M. TO 8 P.M. I PLANT CITY-The Plant City Wales Lake Wales last week at Lake aiming at the winner' circle. of the four '63 wins were

I High Planters open their baseball Friday afternoon motorcycleswill posted over the Valdosta net-

season at 7:30 p.m. today lean into the high speed ten. 7-2, and, M, and two wins
te pay at Last the following prices for U.S. col".. Bring your tiles t* At UKEUND TERRACE HOTEL (Sells 71.), .against the visiting Wildcats .FIGHT RESULTS curve and feather it throughthe over the Georgia setters would

Eat Mate Strut, w MIMIC MU 2.7147 If you wish it t. tell AT YOUR NOME I from Wauchula's Hardee High all saw_.NOlle.uI'.,.'. ,Calif..'... .ouwo. _...A0NM. ...... hard right and lefts of the send the Mocs into the March
e..0aae I*
In a Southwest Florida Confer- 15500 Calif.-*. *.no ., I4TVoino famed Sebring course for the 24 Cumberland College match

We are Interested in acquiring the fallowing and other U. S. and Canadian coins. These prices will be paid ence tilt --Y-.I.-, outooink* a.O-'TC: 141.WtM :290 KM motorcycle road race. with a .900 mark.

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I OF THE TIMES Snow May Be Flying But Sport Stories Tuesday LAKELAND March 17, 1814 LEDGER 1,]
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I ThTi; Languager Indicate Spring Is Just Around CornerBy Slated Softball This Meetings WeekTwo


softball meetings are

w JIM BECKER There Is the story on the I mew pitchers from Kansas City." on tap this week at the Teen

R Stengelese Associated Press Sports Writer fellow who last year said that Hank Bauer Baltimore "Our Midway. On Thursday at 7:30,
he felt better In his life the Commercial League
NEW YORK (AP) Even never infield is better. We got a new pm.
...... though the mow I I. still flying up but now says that last year he first baseman from Kansas will hold an organizational..
worried and meeting Friday at 7:30 .m.*
here where only noses and the was Overweight, : p
By ARTHUR DALEY some of these men are taller trotters are running, It must be mad pt the manager, but this,City" the Church League and Slow-
tc N.fit 'jerk tliass[ than they were otherwise" he felt In his will hold
getting on toward spring year never better AI Lopez Chicago White Sox: pitch Leagues a
ST t'I.CERSBURGIf the That last sentence was not life. "We didn't get anything from combined meeting at the Teen
funket of the New York Mets exactly comprehensible but I it The last robin In the area died
Kansas W have the Midway.
City. same
ID Mexico City a week ago seemed to indicate that the 01: of carbon monoxide poisoning Case Sounds Off
last when
team as year, we Managers planning on en-
failed to give Casey Stengel a Perfessor was recovering from when Teddy Roosevelt was police And the one where old Casey couldn't catch the Yankees with tering teams In any of the
tn smattering of the Spanish the negative effects of his commissioner but there are Stengel says the fella on second Mickey Mantle and Roger Marls three City Parks and Recreation
language, the trip did seem to jaunt to Mexico Approaching; ways you can tell what couldn't do the pivot like both out with injuries But any Department sponsored

Improve his English. The 01' the dugout was Lefty Gomez The pictures on the sports that Rooslan fella Is learning to thing can happen In a short 162- loops should attend the meet
Perfessor has been talking the great pitcher of yesteryearand pages are one good guide. The butcher boy but the man on third game season" ings.
with a lot more coherence now a supplier of big lories are another what throws like a girl or something -
Yogi Berra, New York Yankees -
since he returned from his league uniforms
i Is them the
Big Four hitting over HONORED
: "We haven't traded with
Mexican had
hay ride and has
ht fewer lapses into his native tailor"Here" said comes 01'my Case.London"He There Is the picture of the buildings Ole Kansas City since we got Roger SALISBURY N.C. (AP-Rs-
tongue Stengelese balloon "big four" of the pitching staff, All the managers but Gil Marls But we're all right. We dio announcer Graham McNa-
that
But the longer he talks-and gives much me I look pants odd out there so all holding baseballs out at Hodges say they have a chanceto still play them 18 times a year" mee and author Damon Runyon

t lie really never Mops the while chang In'very pitchers and 1 arm's length toward the camera beat the Yankees, and Hodges Finley: "I'll trade anybody if have been elected to the National

1! more Involved his conversationgets. attract so much attention the And the one of the lifetime .223 says he has a chance to beat the it will help me to get out of this Sportscasters and Sportswrlt-
.. Athletics If he can find them. town." ers Awards Hall of Fame.
He the other hitter hnlA'""
was raving h b
Yankees give me a raise They '''''W''Ii up t e at w't
-
about four kid he "300" : Actually, the best way to find
day pitchers had a big payrool. Joe Dimag- written on It, indlcatinf
I uncovered in his "Instruc- he Is | the Athletics Is to follow the trail
to do
gio was gettin' big money going better thu
sof The World's'Finest
tural" school, the youngest 18and George Weiss was gettin' big year. crying towels left by one C
the oldest 21. money and 1 was gettin' big Owner Finley, who possesses the

BOY AND HIS CATCH w- Corky Whit., t, .( 70S W. P.rktt "I haven't wasted my time money Elston Howard worked team, yellow shirts green pants r | Bourbon

., Uktlmd. hold' bow totallne *',i twin .. Urine bock w......, down here," he said with awful hard to get that job Dreadnaughts I porous pitching and all. The trail

kt .uBhr tht b.u ..st .f CltMland Htights ..u........ .ut .f grammatical preciseness. "I Berra being so great. '1'11 Vie At Brandon leads to Kansas City, where it since 1795
l..r WtlU don't like lusln' and you don't catch,' he'd say to me. '1'11 ends abruptly,
think I'd be horsin' around play first 111 play the out BRANDON Lakeland'I So all Is familiar, except for

FISHING-HUNTING down here If I didn't think I field' Him being so spendid Dreadnaughts were to clash I the following Imaginary quotes.
could do good with this ball he finally got It. And let me with the Brandon Eagles hen, which were written down by a

club. There is three ways In tell you about Gomez today at 4 p.m. In a Group 4 I fellow around here who called dmRm
Second Coldest which we can go-up or downor "I gotta young left here who baseball game up to buy two basketball tickets

sideways. 1s 17 which was the same age Lakeland will be seeking tc I and got plugged Into Wally JIIMBPI
I These young boys haven'tfailed Gomez was when he revolutionized snap a five-game losing streak, Butts' telephone by mistake. : ;
me and, you could lookit the East with that They return to Lakeland's lien- Charlie Dresses, Detroit: "Our INn,)(.1'yl
Winter Listed up, they struck out lots of snake he Field pitching Is better We got some
speed and that ley Friday at 7:30 p.m .e-
batters In the minors which threw I'm mana gin' Toledo to tangle with the Robinsot I sra. .ssa. rr :I L i
have ::h
proves they strong arms and he come in with St Paul Knights In a Western Conference 'HA VA
and two of them Is left handed.A .
By FRED W. JONES but his weakness was his feet baseball game MORTGAGI LOANS
make livin in
feller a
can
Fishing.Hunting Editor this If he throws left- was too long and they hit aswingin *m'T MORTGAGI COUP.

The other day we wrote something like "This has been the handed.game He caught that big roller which he clubfoots NATIONAL .....n.ALL ..eaNvCIs OP FLORIDA OYRU.IN.e.*
coldest and miserable winter to first and we beat A"OC'ATION H. .. I/..o. Av*. K PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON BOTTLED
most we can remember base runner off first, the one him. D. Tn. A......... ,.... mint MU '1117 U>..1.Ml WHISKEY DISTILLED AND
And some thoughtful person at the Lakeland Weather which stole more'n a hunnert he Pl>1I.d..I. aas...s.' ... I:.1_ u.. ,, BY THE JAMES I. BEAM DISTILLING CO, CICRMONT BEAM KENTUCKY .
bases and that in Gomez winced. "Yep, ....;;;;.. .
Bureau has sent us a fact sheet showing numerous things keeps you .. !II'.IIi:iiiio-- __- --_ .
among them the fact this was the sixth coldest February on the big leagues The trick said "Hughie McQulllin beat. mniiii iiuiiiMm Bsi mnatnaimom i Ford didn't it? me 4 to 3 In the tenth. Pitchers
record; this winter was tied for second coldest on record with helped Whitey
never forget. Don't let any
Whoa! There'll be a slight
1939-40; and the coldest on record was the winter of 1957.58. pause for station Identification. one try to tell me he doesn'

So It appears our memory wasn't so good! It wasn't the It had seemed for a know when he has no-hitter SPECIAL !

coldest we could have remembered at that only the second moment as though he was going for him-The scoreboard

coldest. (But we still say it seemed the coldest. We don't recall talking about Al Jackson, his is as big as a house and the

minding it so much In 1957-581)! southpaw ace, but It soon was fans cheer him. He'd be a

The sheet also shows the wettest November through February evident to any one versed In dope If he didn't know." 1r

was In 1915 W. cannot remember back that far In Stengelese that he was referring "Ast"Berra if be ever was

Florida only to the middle 1920's and the sheet does show to the way AI Downing fooled said Stengel 111 tell SAVE $5.10
the Yankee lefthander, picked you when Allie Reynolds

TAMPA ICY TIOII. W.dn.d.v, .....H II. ..... Huh. <..... SNIM Maury Wills off first base in needs only one more out for a
.. ..... .
M. : I e 5.dw /T .M. 'Yea 17 MM, a. iMn | no-hitter and Ted Williams hita
CIA; ; "PI e.Ma N4. 1tN ...:''' the World Series 01' Case was
starting to wander from the high foul which Berra drops 2 Seat Belts (Installed)
that the tall this past winter was some '.57 above Mets to the Yankees. It was Then Williams hits another q
normalSo time to be on the alert which he catches but how often
think It's wonderful he do you see a great hitter like 2 Borg-Warner Seat Belt
maybe we were a bit off target concerning this pastwinter. "I ,
However, we don't feel bad about It for It was so close droned on, "that they put In Williams pop up In the same Retractors
'. to the most miserable that feel charge two such wonderful tellers place twice? '
-officially we our statementwas : Berra was booed
like Berra and Ford which "Sure
fully justified! For 10 years he was weak on "
love everybody and never
(And we hope it's long, long time before we have another hornswogglcd a person In their pop-ups and every time he Reg. Price I' . . 22.90
equally miserable!) runs back for a foul his shin
life. Mister Berra uater grumble
to me when I ast him to guards would slide around tithe = Special Price . . 17.80
We have I couple of fish photos from Lundy's Fish Campon ketch bnttln practice but now back of his legs and we'd

the north end of Lake Julianna. One shows Jack Leedom of that he's the manager I see he holler at him so that people

Lakeland with two tagged bass caught from that lake. does It every day. thought he was givin' him 2 Protect your family Drive confidently.
which he not but
was
The second shows Kenneth Graham and Jesse Lott of "He can pinch hit for the signals Save 5.10

Auburndale each holding a tagged bass they caught while next 10 years and you can ast was shin guards only tellln front him where to put they his I Let us install these sturdy seat b.ltsln F

fishing together. Graham has caught two tagged bass one him anything and there have

worth $500; and Lott has landed seven fish with tags! been Series occasions when everybody in the World was belong."And look at that kid leftyof -- your car They exceed government

Let's Pork 'Em' RightH. wrong but Burrs When we mine throw the snake with. specifications for strength. Price I in*
A. Wise, Oakhill Trailer Park called to complain about the yanks here In St Pete control. The feller In Los Angeles .

the way fishermen park their trailers and cars at the launching ray Berra to have an up-to- took six years to control eludes two belts and Instollation.TUNEUP .
before he became
ramp at Scott Lake. I date haircut and not one of the snake"

"With all the parking space provided across the road" he them Hoosier haircuts he uster a star

exclaimed "some people just leave their rigs right in the way let In St. Louis They make a Sandy He now Koufax was and discussing hit curve
and no one their boats In outl" Beatle outta him. If you look
can get or ball. Mexico has definitely
there will that
The same thing heppened when that launching ramp wen out you see slipped Into the past One week

first constructed: The .iYtt trouble and expense In back In the states and the 01' SPECIAL !

providing a ramp and a place to park for the fishermen of this Grapefruit League Perfessor had regained his

area. It aurely should be appreciated enough to park properly! D. 'l'h....AI...,'. Rsw41.u7 .... IN.rMt conversational fait ball or

Perhaps it would be a good Idea for a deputy to drop by D.TROIT Mnnwt.1 a. In..II.M..h. Is It a twisting, curvy snake?
that area now and then and if he finds anyone Improperly Nwwn.I (Al I. H nt.ll (. I- -
.. ..... ,
parked he should make an arrest. A few fines might help .... ..... .0 INI .11... PhiUtf.l. I '..hlB e UlCliicM. Tone up now for a
.. ,
.. ..
nnintN .11. 'M .nU.
some people be more considerate and make fishing nicer for (A) I. p.lu...... ..
... .
l.W.rMM. I fin CltrDITHOIT >
some others! LM A.oo'' ''A' U. Chle..e 1101 .. smooth-running engine

This is the second complaint received in just a few days TO.OA"OW'.... {T. i IOUI DAM/AT 'T. fitffHviuna .
.
concerning people blocking launching ramps by Inconsiderate 'alt,rmr.' v.. tM Aniwtat (N> ill V.r. An engine Jn tune gives you smooth, steady
parking Serves as a reminder that all fishermen aren't necessarily W./NehM/neaa. .,. ChlMM INI It ....-
: power and better mileage, too. Using the most
sportsmen! ".n..: Clly vt. New T... (A) .! tart
.e.&......._.-.....4.v.... ...1...... as WISe ,.1"", modern equipment, our trained experts check I

We have a report and a photo from Jim Veal of the Pana N.............. n Cnulnii.H .. T.nl. 7 I f% and set points, check the timing, generator chargIng /
Vista Lodge on the outlet at Lake Panasoffkee. The photo IMw V.rli (N) .1. Mi.. .. ..... .. Clur.IM .
...... f rate, fuel pump, battery, radiator and air
shows Nancy and Mack Sumner of Mulberry with two bass, Anwlw (A) vh M.Mll.MONDAVI r
.... ... ...
.n c. .NCNrNand 'HI. cleaner-then manifold For best
.. ...._. tighten performance
one weighing 6% pounds, the other 2'/$ pounds-and Jim does v S w C'

not exaggerate the weights of the fish! They're real nice bass .. HOMTFHIkAOIlPNIA and economy, bring your car in for a tune-
Th. AM.e1ata In.
OMrm.... /nt....,... up today.
Iftji* P..lp.IA. |M4
Lakeland Archers .urtr4. 1H ..M*....s01..,.....,.T.nn.. 4 4
orCCyl. 8-Cyl.
Devils Host Win First ....nnr tM eanlifc..!.*!lit/. 'h.,...'...I.nOC.M.., 1. "TRY .
I PlacesST. OtTON Mick l,.h> IM, Can Cars Y"r
: .aa
,. .. ut..lnto4 Larry Carnw.L :
.. .._ KINGEDWARD"
PETERSBURG Three .11. _MDITMOIT ..... .McClui,., T..

Bartow NineAfter members of( the Ridge Archers ....,......0... ..... 5M501......owe..h.*". T.MMr.. LYM. $64 $79 wi to
_
.. ..
Club of Lakeland first MIAMI-J. 10. d 111. Chlto.
took
N..a.d rest........ D..... ate, M.. Amuiet'l UrgMf tolling Cigtr
places while one captured a .m.. I. PLUSPARTS ,

winning their opening second spot Sunday in an AmerIcan PARTS

game of the season and losing target round sponsored by
the next two, the Kathleen Red the St Petersburg Archers Clubat
Devils baseball team will attempt the St. Petersburg Junior Scratching

to crack the victor's College.

circle again by hosting the Bar-: Cotton Walker, ,who shoots SEAT COVERSChoose
tow High Yellow Jackets In a amateur, free style won his forCASH
Southwest Florida Conference class with a 1482. The Class A
contest. division was won by Jim Boone 1 .

Coach Charlie Lyle'a Red, with I 1361. George Pfaffs
? from colors deSigns
Devils and Bartow were to h.vel 929 earned him top spot in the many Special

played at the Kathleen Senior Junior Boy's event. I and mole rials. Smartly

High diamond at 4 p.m. today Lakeland's second place finish To net the family's tailored fabrics. Colorful durable

new Spring
The Red Devils lost a pair of went to Vic Franyese witha
weekend games to Pasco Highof 960 in the Men's Class B ou to get going on the plastics and fibers. Expert, $11
5-2 and Mulberry round. home improvement '
Dade City, project thai custom Installation
4-1 Kathleen now is 1.1 The Ridge Archers will sponsor been wailing for good assures

in the SWC and 12 overall. a state invitational shoot weather to all perfect fit. Protect upholstery,
put
Rartnw ii _-_ for the season Sunday In Lakeland. dress !
INSTALLED
your monthly payments i up your car

Into one eaiy-lo.handle

account? Whenever i PRICES GOOD THRU fRIDAY
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By JACK SLAYTON

Ledger Sports Editor

Throe "old men" of the St. Louis Cardinal hurling staff stopped the Detroit Tiger offense
cold here Flold the Cards chalked U Tuesday, March 17, 1M.
yesterday at Henley as up their third straight exhibition
win a 6-2 affair at Henley Field. r r MMMMMIMMMMIMMMAJOR

Roger Craig Lew Burdette and Bobby Shanty combined to hold the Tigers to three skimpy LEAGUE ROUNDUP
singles and a pair of unearned runs. However for Craig It appeared he was still pitching for

the Meti. During his 3-lnnlng stint the Cards failed to score with Burdette picking up the win.

The loss went to Tiger rook I Mets Phils In
Pete Craig who was within two, hitless Innings before a pair of fore Craig could gather his wits ,
strikes twice of pitching three, homers sent the Cards aheadto Gerry Buchek homered In the I

stay. same place.

,I Detroit was to have playedthe Detroit picked up a pair el 9.9 Deadlock,
I'm Philadelphia Phlfllet In runs off Burdette In the same i iI

Clearwater this afternoon. A' Inlng, aided by Buchtk's er I
BeautifulI'm "B" game was to have been nor Bill Freehan walked to By SHELDON SAKOWTIZ Monbouquette's sK scoreless Innings I

played this morning. The Tigers opea the Inning but Gates Associated Press Sports Writer featured Bocton's .... verdict
The wW be in St. Pet to play Brown popped up for Craig. PICKED OH Julian J.vl.f .( she St. bill. Corilmb takit Hylnf diva)! back ta tit* The New York Mets received over Cleveland. I

the New York Nets tomorrow BU Bruton hit t* Buchek, bats ku It w.. ta .. .r.il os (.. was slckitl .H m tfcw fitm Tls.r sillcliw Pate e..I!,. outfielder George Altman and

GreatestI'm returning to Henley Field who threw wOd to force Free- Nan Cash Tif r Pus ........., r*.chH fir Idt 'h.... Tho .m,lr. h Allis '.rm.n.y (L.d..r ...... rookie pitcher Bill Wakefield in

Thursday and Friday for ban, the Tiger catcher scooting II Hugk.il. exchange for Craig, and Altman fflocs Lose
--------- ---- --------- ----- --- ---
The I games with the Mets and Cincinnati to third. Jerry Lump went on a batting rampage for :
respectively. A "B" singled' home Freehan and New York Monday. The south

ChampionI'M I game has been slated Saturday Bruton went to third. H* Hornung paw slugger lashed out three I
morning March 2$ at scored *n Willie Horton's Infield NIT Teams OpenQuarterfinals triples: and drove In four runs To FSU 5-2

Sarasota's rookie camp. grounder. After that. as the Mets and Philadelphia ,

For three Innings It was a Bobby Sbanti gave up a harmless PhIl played a M tie called by
pitcher's duel between Tiger single In the eighth by Karras Fill agreement after 11 Innings. TALLAHASSEEFlorida I

A rookie Frig Fisher and Roger Mickey Stanley. Elsewhere on the citrus and,Southern College outhlt the host

Craig. The Tiger lefthandergave St. Louis added three more In cactus circuits: I Florida State University Sent-

PL YMOUTHIHAROLD up two singles and fanned the seventh oft Willie Smith Weak Milwaukee Wins !moles here yesterday afternoon

two. Craig threw three blues Jim Coker singled and' Curt SpotsNEW Milwaukee turned In Its second ''I but four Moccasin miscues
Innings. Flood Infield hit. Phil factor
got an proved t deciding as
In the Card's sixth Pete Craig Gagllano hit to Dick McAullffe NEW YORK (AP) Something strongest backboard arrays. YORK: (AP-H lfback Baltimore straight 14 shutout behind the blanking two- FSU won, J-2.

walked Julian Javier but picked and Coker scored when Mc- has to give when Drake! The Lobos, In fact, can rebound Paul Hornung will get ft second hit pitching of Denny Lentaster, It was the opening game of

him off first After an infield Auliffe threw wild at second. and New Mexico collide tonightin with anybody. Utah was chance to show his second effort Bob Sadowskl and Bob Tlefenauer. the season for the home nine

FUSSELLINC. out he had two strikes on Mike Shannon's long fly tallied a National Invitation Tourna the only regular season foe to for the Green Bay Packers' The Yankees won their and the third defeat against no
Charley James but walked him Flood and Ray Wlthrow's doubleto beat New Mexico off the boards And Alex Karras gets a crack victories for Coach Hal Smelt.
first under Manager Yogi
Again he got two strikes on the center tallied Gagllano.The ment quarterfinal test and It and the Lobos buried the Utes at filling the big hole In the defensive -, Berra lame M whitewashing of ly's Mocs.

411 N. Florida Ave. I litter Joff Long-before Long loss left the Tigers witha may Garden be the Madison Square under a 52-18 rebounding. bulgein line of the Detroit Lions Houston with BUI Stafford, Rol- Ken Huebner the Garfield,

Ph. MU 2-7113 I banked an opposite-field homer 1-2 mark for the spring. ceiling. a return meeting.Ira that he left there last year. ,lie Sheldon, Steve Hamilton and N. J. southpaw, limited the
over the right field waU. Be"Mywiiskey" -. The Drake and New Mexico (The Large) Hai-ge a0 ,Both Hornung and Karma, set Metcalf the Colts winners to five bits. FSC collected -
-- -- ST..|.Ml LOUIS 1IWI..mwa0llP1IY.attaa0u[ asaaV.N r5Oat.elUW sNrta mini 0! to one hit. Washington nipped
Ik cMllin. I iw NIT'S orllnall2-team field figure have compared favorably with
t'tumM' for betting National Football lIurl1
.,., ...... all on Kansas City 3-2 as Jim King 1l.
Bill I the Lobos'
u a"I' If a to do some fancy leaping In Russell lead
.h....- .!.IN.J. ./.... : League games, have been rein homered. The visitors from Lakeland
.,,,., N ...Ntat t t tonight's basketball doubleheader er. Harge heads up a startingfive stated. jumped off to 1-0 lead In the
; .
WlUHW If 1jn. alc. n Ik Robinson hit a grand-
...... Army tackles Du whose average height of 1-5 Floyd
"
It Sas a opener. NFL Commissioner Pete Ro- opening frame but FSU rallied
..... home with two out In
I slam
\MMrt Ik I II inch shorter than run
.... I' In the nightcap, with the an Drake'sBoth
quesne bottomof
Si 0 -M 0OMr I. zelle, who banded down the suspensions the ninth to give the White Soxa with three runs In the
S riMnr clubs defense
cvNa : *!a-HCMMHi : survivors joining New York are minded -' lifted them Monday' the third and added two more
1-4 over Pittsburgh.
OlOraliCr.if and both work off deliberate victory
tc.t5. > University and Bradley In a
t O-*r.wllur&m < with a statement that Homers by Art Shamsky and In the last half of the eighth
./ H>ml i > 'I : Thursday night's semifinals.The offensive pattern. The Lobos sized that neither man emPha'l Edwards Cincinnati whiUf FSC managed one In the
t OoM Johnny triggered
Mints !* ,.,.,., 555 Bulldogs-Lobos summit led the nation defensively, allowing
p .. !I'o charged with betting against his to a 74 10-lnnlng ver- top of the seventh.
T.UI. M S TttaM. U has the makings of an Ideal opponents an average of own team or not giving his best Minnesota. The Angels The two teams wars t* bav.play" .
dict over
A-/..... fw. ewfettt III MvvnthiHM match-up. Drake from the 56 points per game. Drake's In at 1:30 to-
again
lor Puller In thlrtl O- every game. won their third In a row p.m.
:;: ::: in classy Missouri Valley Conference average yield was (1 points. I
fw 'r MV.HMII O.aridw I Rozelle added that the conductof day.
,. ... and sixth In nine starts In whipping -
for Cr.n In .IItI'll" OU' Mexico's Western The second matches
., ... and New game a home
r. Smith In .h. Hornung and Karras was the Cube 125 and Bill Florida Southern returns
MO eel 100DITDOIT Athletic Conference co- rugged aggressive Army team,
ST Louis
taken Into in series with the
the
,,. ...... M* tOl 004urti.li -7 consideration for a two-game
_. ... champions have much In com 64-62 surprise victor over St. Valdosta
l of the State College,
MeAulllfi. ro A lifting suspension. Valdosta
Ls/.. IT.iii .*"".>" ar.... .r.-u... mon Including the tourney Bonaventure last Saturday,I and
., I-J..N .., ...... MBI-Ln. 1Lump ., Hornung said he would start SlatedTo Ga., nine tomorrow
,,. .... _.... ., against a swift Duquesne club Cars
.h.M......."L05-W.th % ....,.. N, s.....1.. 'IWtII ,! In May to get his legs back In Thursday. Both games begin at
"..-C,.,.,,..._. MItLom..... s1-.hsn. ...h...o.. a- Shuffle Meet court which snipers revolves Willie around Somerset back-;shape for the 1964 season The I 7:30: p,m. at Henley Field.
.....
I Packers three-time Western' m SwIMr 10* OM 50 -S 4FI
r I' It a .a a. 10 (24.7 ) and Ron Wlllard .rM. *.< V 001 OM OM-4 S I
To End TodayThe average I _mT ad M. Conference winners until last Ituo ruitMi n
:,d.tt..IWI I : : I i (186). QualifyFor ......
season, fell to second behind the
:I':. I I. : : I two-day Full Moon
I Chicago Bears In the 1963 cam
:c.IU"? I i.e & Doubles Shuffleboard Tournament Shuffle Tourney paign.: Moc Netters
I.d5IMa.I.plO.r.. ........ wu to have eaded this
: tlnt. The Lions also fell off with
a, sr.N,.. ?. afternoon at the Chic Center Sebring
courts. Won By DeMarses Karras out of action The 250-:
sound tackle the standout
ie1a.. More than 1SS was Host Valdosta
players were
wx LW Hosts HornetsLAKE
Walter and Gertrude De- In what was probably the SEBRING Cars filled with
entered In the Central District
Mane teamed Saturday league's best defensive line. The
WALES-The Lake event. The tournament up people began pouring Into Se
night to defeat Virgil Baker and Lions never did find a replacement
bring yesterday for Saturday'sU Florida Southern College'stennis
Wales High Highlander will be la cosponsored by the Lakeland
//1 Agnes Carter, 51-26 In the finals I lu
seeking their third baseball vic- Chamber of Commerce Hour Grand Prix of Endue team will be seeking
of the Women's Choice Hornung said he now weighs when
ance. first win of the season
tory of the season when they City Recreation Department Shuffleboard Tournament at the 221 pounds about six poundsover of Valdosta .
host the Haines City High Hornets and the Lakeland Shuffle.board The 1.2 mill auto road racing they host the netten
7:30 Legion Club. Civic Center courts. his playing weight. course win present I gruelIng State In a two match series
at today at -
Mod often II aD.these words reflect wlrBl pride Field In p.m.a Southwest Florida The tournament Is more Earlier the DeMarses had test of Cobras, Corvette.. tomorrow and Thursday on

and trust in?Crm-the' brand that has won more friends for m01'lsa Conference contest. Hoyt than 20 year old and Is an eliminated Florence and Was Kathleen Enters Ferraris and Jaguars, and a the FSC campus courts. Both
Boadway 47-30 while in an- at
horde of others for the coveted- will under
matches get way
Marbutt win hurl for the annual event
attracting
High top
and be Sun
than Illlyotherwhilitepln theworld.SaySeagram'1 landers' competitor from the area. other semifinal match Baker Prep Track MeetThe Alitalia Airlines Trophy in the 10:30: a.m.
._ and Carter ousted Bernice and longest road nce In the U.S. The Macs, who posted a 44
111i1" T IIMIitIl'ilSlill"' :, Norman Ringleman, 05-4$. Kathleen Senior High The classic, only auto race record ta 1N3 play, hire suffered
In one other contest the School Red Devils track squad In the United States awarding twe 1-1 setbacks at the

IMMEDIATE CASH Boadways edged Esther and will compete Thursday In a such a large total of FIA hands of RoUlns College and
Paul Parsons, (1-43. four-school meet at Lake Wales points win be, for the first Stetson University.
Entered In the Southwest
time fastest No. 1 man
starting proven Larry Hale FSC's
WH Visits Plant Florida Conference competition can at the head of the famed and the only bright spot inSouthern's
are Auburndale, Bartow L* Mans type start Thursday losses, ha not lost
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES Snow May Be Flying But Sport Stories _LEDGER,..



The Language Indicate Spring Is Just Around Corner Slated Softball This Meetings Week

t Two softball meeting are

By JIM BECKER There I II the story on the,I new pitcher from Kan*** CII)." on tap this week at the Teen

Of Stengelese Associated Press Sports Writer Fellow who last year aid that Hank Bauer Baltimore: "Our Midway. On Thursday at 7:10

L_ NEW YORK AP) Even he never felt better In his life, infield I la better. We got a new p.m. the Commercial League
though the mow li still flying up but now says that last year he will hold an organizational.:
----- first baseman from Kansas
here where only noses and the was f>'erwelght, worried and meeting. Friday at 7:30 p.m. J
By ARTHUR DALEY some of these men are taller rotter are running, It must begetting mad ht the manager but this City." the Church League and Slow-
(c) *(rts 'dark Gim.. than they were otherwise" on toward spring. year he i never felt better in his AI Lopez Chicago White Sox: pitch League will hold I
ST PETERSBURG If the That last sentence wa not life. "We didn't get anything from combined meeting at the Teen
ar lunket of the New York Mets exactly comprehensible but Itseemed The last robin In the area died Kansas City. We have the lame Midway.
to Mexico City a week ago to Indicate that the 01: of carbon monoxide poisoning Case Sound Off
last when entering -
team a* year, we Manager planning en
failed to give Casey Stengel a Perfesaor was recovering from when Teddy Roosevelt was pole And the one where old Casey couldn't catch the Yanktes with team In any of the

smattering of the Spanish the negative effects of his commissioner but there are Stengel lays the fella on second Mickey Mantle and Roger Marl three City Parks and Recreation
c language the trip did seem to jaunt to Mexico. Approaching way you can tell. what couldn't do the pivot like both out with Injuries. But anything Department sponsored

Improve his English The 01' the dugout was Lefty Gomez, The picture on the sports that Roosian fella I II learning to can happen in a short, 162- loop should attend the meetings
Perfessor hal been talking the great pitcher of yesteryearand page are one good guide. The butcher boy but the man on third game season." ,
with a lot more coherence now a supplier of big stories are another 'what throw like a girl or some
Berra New York Yan-
I tkI since he returned from his league uniforms."Here Yogi ,
Big Four thing 1 II hitting them over the HONORED
keel: "We haven't traded with
Mexican ride and has had
I hay comes London
fewer lapses Into his native my There I II the picture of the building. Ole. Kansas City since we got Roger SALISBURY N.C. (AP-Ra-
tailor, laid 01' Case. "He
'3 tongue, Stengelese. that balloon "big four" of the pitching itaff. All the managers but Gil Marl. But we're all right. We dlo announcer Graham McNa-
give me pants 10
But the longer he talks--and much I look odd out there all holding baseball out at Hodges lay they have a charce still play them 18 time a year." mee and author Damon Runyon
, he really never Mops the while changln'very pitchers and I arm' length toward the camera. to beat the Yankees, and Hodges Finley: "I'll trade anybody If have been elected to the National -

more Involved his conversationgets. attract so much attention the And the one of the lifetime .223 says he has a chance to beat the it will help me to get out of this Sportscasters and Sportswriter -
! Athletic If he find them. Awards Hall of Fame.
can
hitter town.
He the other
was raving Yankees give me a raise. They holding nn the hat with
day about four kid pitchers he had a big payrool. Joe Dimag- "':.300" written on It, Indicating I Actually, the best way to find
I uncovered In his "Instruc he I Is the Athletic I* t to follow the trail
gio was gettin big money, going to do better this The World's'Finest
tural"! school, the youngest 18 George Weiss was gettin' big year.' of crying towels left by one C
and the oldest 21. Owner f-inley, who possesses the
money and I was gettin' bin
IOY AND HIS CATCH Corky Whitt, t, .f 70S W. Perk "I haven't wasted my time money Elston Howard worked team, yellow shirts, green pants Bourbon

$t., L......., hold bus totollnf tVi (.<..d.. Urine bl"ck worms, down here" he aid with awful hard to get that job Dreadnaughts porous pitching and all. The trail

h. couM Hi* k. tort of Cltnlond H.ihrt l.ule..,. nut .f grammatical precisenes "I Berra being so great. 'I'll Vie At Brandon leads to Kansas City, where it since 1795
Th. toil W.IL don't like losm' and you don't catch,' he'd lay to me. 'I'll ends abruptly
think I'd be horsm' around play first. I'll play the out BRANDON Lakeland's So all is familiar, except for

FISHING-HUNTING down here if I didn't think I field. Him being so spend Dreadnaughts were to clash the following imaginary quotes,
could do good with this ball he finally got it. And let me with the Brandon Eaglet here which were written down by a

club. There 1 II three way In tell you about Gomez today at 4 pm. in a Group 4 fellow around here who calledup nmIIUiar
which we can or down to buy two basketball tickets
Second Coldest go-up "I gotta young left here who baseball game. 1MBrF.nfitin
or sideways. and got plugged into WallyButts'
B 1s 17 which was the tame age Lakeland will be seeking to
These young boys haven'tfailed Gomez was when he revolutionized snap I five-game losing streak telephone by mistake.
me and, you could lookit the East with that They return to Lakeland's Hen- Charlie Dressen, Detroit: "Our
Winter Listed up, they struck out lots of speed and that snake he ley Field Friday at 7:30 p.m. pitching I la better. We got some

batters In the minors which threw. I'm managln' Toledo to tangle with the Robinson : \

prove they have strong arms and he come In with St. Paul Knight in a Western Conference II HA VA ,
and two of them Is left handed.A .
By FRED W. JONES but his weakness was his feet baseball game. MORTGAGI LOANS
feller make llvln' In
can a
Fishing-Hunting Editor this if he throws left- was too long and they hit a HUM1 MORTGAGI CORP.

The other day we wrote something like: "This has been the handed.game He caught that big swlngin' roller which he clubfoots NATIONAL sA.nateeLL 0> FLORIDA"SIRVICI aUII".a"H.

coldest and most miserable winter we can remember base runner off first, the one to first and we beat I ".A..OCIATION1Y ".-. ...... PryaM mint.MU t II. sass"Oil/...*..,.LaMlllX Av.. 'K PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY DISTILLED AND BOTTLED

And some thoughtful person at the Lakeland Weather which stole more'n a hunnert him. N.5.1ahi.M......_,Nnr.nelaN. 1t..1tt. _110. ., BY THE JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO, CURMONT. BEAM KENTUCKY ?
he
bases and that keeps In Gomez winced. "Yep, .- ..
Bureau has sent us a fact sheet showing numerous things you --- --- -
them the fact this the sixth coldest the big leagues. The trick said. "Hughie McQuillin beat -"nmmitmni mw ?iiinmm'ffftr TOiiflF TiBTTriimrffim ninniiiiirni mi i i>iiiniinii iii n HI iiiii inrrinrti TEmiBiifffffBBiRnrf
among was February on
Ford didn't It? me 4 to 3 in the tenth. Pitch
record; this winter was tied for second coldest on record with helped Whitey
ers never forget. Don't let any
Whoa! There'll be a slight
1939-40; and the coldest on record was the winter of 195758.So for station Identification. one try to tell me he doesn't

It appear our memory wasn't so good! It wasn't the pause. It had seemed for a know when he has t no-hitter SAFETY SPECIAL! !

coldest we could have remembered at that only the second moment a* though he was going for him The Scoreboard

coldest. (But we still say it seemed the coldest. We don't recall talking about AI Jackson, his is as big as a house and the

minding it so much In 1957581)The !) southpaw ace, but it soon was fans cheer him. He'd be a

sheet also show the wettest November through Feb- evident to any one versed In dope if he didn't know.

ruary was in 1915. W* cannot remember back that far In Stengelese that he was referring "Ast"Berra if be ever was
fooled, said Stengel. "I'll tell
Florida only to the middle 1920'* and the sheet doe show to the way AI Downing SAVP5.1O
the Yankee lefthander, picked you when. Allis Reynolds

TAMPA BAY "'D... w.dn..<.,. "'..... ,.. 114. M..N .,.... s Nm Maury Will off first base In needs only one more out for a
,... ...... ... .
4iM' *mi km t 5.57 mj iun rim. tilT | 40 HIM no-hitter and Ted Williams hita (
(Hasa n_ t.4* ....... ..., II:4t ...... the World Series. 01' Case was (1t.
starting to wander from the high foul which Berra drops. .: 2 Seat Belts (Installed)
that the rainfall for thin past winter was tome 9.57 above Met to the Yankee It wa Then Williams hits another
which he catches hut how often ,
normal time to be on the alert.
So, maybe we were a bit off target concerning this past "I think It'* wonderful," he do you lee a great hitter like '' 2 Borg-Warner Seat Belt
in the '
winter. However, we don't feel bad about It for it wa ao close droned on, "that they put In Williams pop up tame

'r to the most miserable officially that we feel our itatement charge lers like two Berra such and wonderful Ford which fel place"Sure twice, Berra? was booed. :tot tom.! -- Retractors

wa fully justified I For 10 he was weak on
years
love everybody and never e
(And we hope It's a long, long time before we have another hornswoggled a person In their pop-upa and every time he R ego Price . . . $22.90
equally miserable!) runs back for a foul his shin <
life. Mister Berra uster grum-
ble to me when I ast him to guard would slide around to Special Price . . . 17.80
We have a couple of fish photos from Lundy's Fish Campon ketch battin' practice but now the back of his legs and we'd

the north end of Lake Julianna. One show Jack Leedom of that he's the manager I see he holler at him 10 that people

Lakeland with two tagged bass caught from that lake. does it every day. thought he was glvin' him Protect family. Drive; confidently.
your $ ,
which he not but
The second shows Kenneth Graham and Jesse Lott of "He can pinch hit for the lignals wa S 1 0

Auburndale each holding a tagged has they caught while next 10 years and you can lit chin was guards only tellln'In front him where to put they his I Let us install these sturdy teat belts in ave. \\1'
him and there have
fishing together. Graham hal caught two tagged bass one anything

worth $500; and Lott hal landed seven fish with tags! been Series occasions when everybody In the World was belong."And look at that kid leftyof your car. They exceed government J.

Let's Pork 'Em RightH. wrong but Berra When we mine throw the make with specifications for strength. Price in*
A. Wise, Oakhill Trailer Park, called to complain about play the yanks here In St. PeteI control. The feller In Los Angeles (fjj ,

the way fishermen park their trailers and cars at the launching want Berra to have an up-to- took six year to control eludes two belts and Installation.TUNEUP .
the make before he became -
ramp at Scott Lake. date haircut and not one of
"With all the parking space provided across the road," he them Hoosier haircuts he uster a liar."

exclaimed, "some people just leave their rigs right In the way get In St. Louis They make a Sandy He now Koufax w a and* discussing his curve

and no one can get their boat in or out!I" Beatle outta him. If you look ball. Mexico hal definitely

The lame thing happened when that launching ramp was out there you will see thatGrapefruit dipped Into the past. One week

first constructed. The county went to trouble and expense In back In the states and the 01' SPECIAL !

providing a ramp and a place to park for the fishermen of this League Perfessor had regained his

area. It surely should be appreciated enough to park properly! ar r Th wtort. A._....,.RMUltoC.n.nn .... conversational fast ball or

Perhaps It would be a good Idea for a deputy to drop by tnill. *. OITHOIT.. 1. lilt a twisting curvy snake?
M T, M / Ie limlnw' )
that area now and then, and if he find anyone Improperly 5.5..V..w5... (,A.).I.,..=........:':..t.
"'
parked, he should make an arrest. A few fine might help N.".. Y.rY5.I .. ..." ....'...'. (II Tune up now for a r
,c.,...' too. ,.11... -. .........t!. :
be considerate and make nicer for Ch,... ..
some people more fishing JAi f itt.kunh
..... :
w..to. l 5 city 1OfTKOIT
some others! .... Aee'.. 'A' U Ch'.... 'H, I. smooth-running engine
TOMonow. 0""'.
'
This is the second complaint received In just a few day .
V* ST. tOUIt AT ft. "IT.U.O. -
..... ,
concerning people blocking launching ramps by Inconsiderate a.hNr., ... Lot A5NN5.I N Vor.w An engine Jn tune gives you smooth, steady i
parking. Serves as a reminder that all fishermen aren't necessarily .a..eh.,n.un .... Chia.5.I .! s.ntA. .
.and better the
mileage too. Using most
sportsmen! .... ..., .. ,,_ power. ,
II. City N (A) M Part
.u......,.. modern equipment, our trained experts check I
.,. ,
** M.Ir.uYN W.* P.IM
We have a report and a photo from Jim Veal of the Pana .udW! and set check the
"Mitoi ... Cincinnati, at Tam.., points, timing,generator charging
Vista Lodge on the outlet at Lake Panasoffkee. The photo Nm v..k (HI I ... rh.i....'..... .> alas,
fuel radiator
r.br rate, pump, battery, and air
shows Nancy and Mack Sumner of Mulberry with two bass, ,l.. AniMM ('A' v.. H, .....,.ll.MemaAri .
.w Ohw.aa NCNrM.M / cleaner-then manifold.
For best
one weighing% pounds the other 2'/4 pound*-and Jim does I : v.. Mrs Pr.na.t.e.. tighten performance "

not exaggerate the weights of the fish! They're real nice bas*. PIOHT,. and economy, bring your car in for a tune-
Tn. M.Oe.W Pr.
"
.."'..11lUVk .DeIPN/A Oren. s.nbn. today. '
up
..h'..... ..baneern.., .
Lakeland Archers 5., .. i
.ur/.rd....N.... '..aM.w T.nn........... 4or 6 8Cyl.
"' Dreiw
MnnY Cyl.
Devils Host, Win First Places .u< In ..... 1... PH> ........, ,. "TRY
BOSTON Mick lunp IM. I'a Cars Cars
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land into
ut* L4rrr C4rn tf
.. KI'.GEDWARD"
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I ST. PETERSBURG Three ...ITIOIT., 5.ry.. -! tkwHr MrelurP.,T..... 1'
ia
(
Barf NineAfter members of the Ridge Archers -. Ohi.. .. kn-,,.eliatf...'._out,fnl"., ( A45 $95 J
ow Club of "Mi*"" -.1.. 10.,.? 17. ef.tlw.Wan
Lakeland took first
., __h... 5,_, .,.. M,. A"IC" L.I'( s."htf"gIII M
Pius PLUS
places while one captured a ems _
winning their opening, second spot Sunday in an Amer- PARTS PARTS
game of the season and losing' Ican target round sponsored by

the next two, the Kathleen Red the St. Petersburg Archers Club
Devils( baseball team will attempt it the St. Petersburg Junior Scratching

to crack the victor's College.
the Bar- Cotton Walker, who shoots
circle again by hosting M P SEAT COVERSChoose
tow High Yellow Jacket In a amateur free style, won his forCASH
Southwest florida Conference das with a 1,482. The Class A

contest. I division was won by Jim Boone
Coach Charlie Lyle' Red with a 1,361. George PfafT
I ? from colors de-
Devils and Bartow were to have 929 earned him top spot In the many Special

played at the Kathleen Senior Junior Boy's event. signs and materials. Smartly

High diamond at 4 p.m. today Lakeland's second place finish '
To net the famll tailored fabrics. Colorful
new Spring ,
The Red Devil lost a pair of went to Vic Franyese with
weekend game to Pasco Highof I i a 960 in the Men's Class B ou fo get going on the able plastics and fibers. dur$1195

Dade City $-2. and Mul- round. home Improvement project that's custom installation
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It tAKELAND LEDGER, Tuel4a", March 17. IHt
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Scranton Will Take



. City Millage Reduction Seen If Taxes Equalized 2nd Spot On TicketWASHINGTON



Scend upon the board of county a professional appraising firm should be slightly higher than Nettle L. Aclderly 12,460 10,080 Oliver Ray saIIO 21,280
commissioners to demand establish property values In municipal assessments. A 1. Lander AlHn 12,980 7,380 Carlam Inc. 57,940 34,500 (AP-Penn- than 100,060 votes out of aa expected

equity. the county. difference of about $1,000 F. E. Nance 18,380 8.480 Carl.m IftI. 11f1O 7,100Rodney sylvanla Gov William 1 W. (00,000-700,000 total vote

There has been no such The professional firm madeits would not be out of line for Clyde McOtnnea 17,280 12.1180 Lake 12,110 4.000 Scranton says he would acceptthe Arriving In Wisconsin to campaign

;email army since the revisedassessment assessments on 100 per each $10,900 In assessments. F. E. Nance 18,'30 10,500 Mrs. Gladys Lester 53,930 25,920 Republican nomination for Wallace Hid he planned
vice president but If'sincere to base his campaign on local
only a
cent of the actual market The city commission preyently R. F. Thorp
18,580 14.000 Rodney B. Lake 51,880 30,920Liberty "'
and honest draft" de and conitltutk/ia.l government,
value The county adopted 80 li studying the equalisation
!r l.. 11"4 Jessie Frier 13,1HO 8.740 Nat. Life Ins Co. 47,380 311,000 veloped.He not pertonalltlei.
l1 ..'" per cent of this market value of the assessment roll In
appraisal lakeland. A detailed study of John B. Webb 15,140 12,680 C. A. Hardwick 4 had already expressed I Also In Wisconsin, Percy Silver

City Yardstick the roll, In comparison with F. W. Clonts 23,930 17,300 Alma H. Melton 20,700 11.420 similar attitude in regard to president of a group

roll was approvedby In Lakeland, the general the county's figures, shows Laura H. Jones 53,440 20,600 H. W. Baagett 18,540 7,1500 the GOP presidential nominal formed last week'to boom Atty.

the county several years yardstick used In establishing that the municipality's present Mrs. G. B. Murren Eat. 15,720 13,680 Fla. land M0L Co. 18.544 7.500 In an interview with The Associated Gen. Robert F. Kennedy for

values Is 50 per cent of property roll is a hodgepodge Horace 10ne. Inc. 129,970 88.560 Milton Singer 42.161) 22.800 Press two weeks ago, vice president, said the Illness

ago.As has been previously market value on old property, of Inequities Ormond R. Harrell 22,991) 15,980W John R. Wright 9,750 18.300 Scranton indicated that lie of the group'a secretary would

pointed out In this series, the and 60 per cent of market The following table will provide E. MellOn 11,150 7,900J. M. F. Hetherington 13,130 1.500 would not accept the No. 2 spoon not change the campaign.

county spent more than $420; value on new property. foundation for this assertion F. Gatliff 11,300 11.100 First State Bank 89,300 40,000 the GOP ticket under any In Maryland Sen. Daniel B.

000 several years ago to have Consequently, county values Olin G. Bryant 28.14015,600- Blanche R. Stribling 12.900 7,960 conditions Brewiter filed to oppose Gov.

_Ie C. L Rocker 13,970 48.880 Charles T. Edwards U,350 1940Esther Position ClarifiedHe Wallace In the atate'a May 11.
X 7T X X X "K "1r X "K Hill A Co. Ine. 11.240 14,300J. Weaver 10.940 .320 Democratic presidential primary
clarified his position on Brewster Is
This table covers a study of only one-half H. F. Barfield 22,540 10.420 P. Johnson Sr. 20,041) 15.400 Dr. W. M. Bev" 11,980 8,900 the vice presidency in a televi Favorite son who supports running President as t

of the city's total ......ments. It includes H. F. Barfield 12,260 7,980 D. B. Kibler 111 ROIl Cutrell 15.830 1,920 slon Interview Monday nighton Johnson.

. about one.third of the properties, valued at Thomas Harris 13,960 11,140 Rebecca Watson C,700 040,000 J. A. Lohr 12.630 11,140 a Harrisburg, Pa., station. On the Republican side( leaders .

$10,000 or more on either the city or county Sadie B. Lock 13,170 11.120 G. W. Randall Sr. 18,680 13,000Lovie Woodall. Inc. 25.281) 19,900Geo. Scranton said: "My feeling said they would 'ilrge votersto

listings with at least a difference of $2,000 Dr. G. M. Bush 15,010 13.000 L. Patterson 36.100 29,480 W. Randall 32.500 13.560 about this II identical to the vote In the primary for an

between the two assessments: Lakeland Gen. Inv. Co. 12,160 1.820 Harry Halden 11,616 7,000 Rodney B. Lake 53,300 38,140 presidency. I do not want to uninstructed convention delega

Florida Gas Co. 30,040 19,180 1. Harold Streator 12,780 U80 laura H. Jones 19,800 1200 run for national office, and 1 tion.IN .

County City Loyd AdamsL. 11419 8,50028Q.40 Paul H. Calvin 50,340 33,660H. Florida Tile Ind. 70,790 58,500The am not interested In doing so [GAL ADVIIITI.aMINT
Name Value Value S. Foreman Texas Co. I have said would
H. Wear 24.000 47,341) 23,800E. 13,090 U80 I accept an THa CIRCUIT COURT OF
J. Keefe Florida Tile Ind honest and sincere draft and THC T1NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,
W. W. Ellsworth 1r. $11.900' 3,000 Super Test Oil & Gas 14,300 2,680 31.950 23,880 46,870 37,500
Standard Oil Co. 18.580 11.000 Ira W. Jones Sr. 17,010 14,300 H. E. Oxford 30,130 17,400H. Dakota Realty Co. 52,090 39.500 that I would do" FOR FOLK OF FLORIDA COUNTY, IN AND

_ Louise W. GUchrlst 10,930' 8,900 Byron Duncan 36,810 34.800 E. Oxford 28.380 15,880 Orange lumber Co. 22,530 18,300R. Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwi NOTICI UNDeR FICTITIOUS
NAMI LAW
Cha. A. Coleman 13.730 9,540 Henry J. Van Doom 17,060 7.000 Peoples Bank 118,140 88.000 H. Craig 0,960 18,000 ter continued to stump through Notice lii t..r.by given that the
Emanuel Badalament 22.970 17,000John 8.520 Rev Smith Hardin 29.240 15.m T. J. Ellis 14.550 7,880W California seeking votes in the underalgnrd, daalrlni te enrage In
A. R. Langley 15,860 builne I under the flctltloun I me
F. Caswell :5,550 17.400 Joudat J. Katiba 17,240 14,200 Rev Smith HardiD 72,660 54.900 B. Baker 32.200 14.000 tale's June 2 primary, In of DOBB8 VENDING BWV1CB
Ewell Thomas Harris which 86 delegate votes In the .t sue Lake Mirror Drive, Lake.
James L.
Harry D. Robinson 10,130 7.500 Mrs. V. H. Pinson 11,900 7.800 70,170 49,000W 21,991) 17.00 GOP National Convention will land Florida, lnfnd to regletep
Raymond 1. Daniel 14.930 10.960 W. HuntF. 15.830 12.460 V, Shepherd 53,101) 040,800 Thomas Harris 83,420 48,300 o.ld name with the Clork of the
Floye be at stake.Goldwater'f. I .
Circuit Court of Polk Flo'Ida.
Count
Viola Lakeland Theaters 171.060 107,500 Thomas W. Hook 18.870
Arens 11.290 18,000 J. Fore 15,820 10.500 13,800 chief announced .
Lincoln Ct. Apts. Co. Lakeland Theaters 69.320 49.140 Louise berhardt 33.730 21,140E. LAKFLAV& COCA-COLA.
4240940 229.:100:
George D. Flautt 14,660 7.160 rival,' New York Gov. Nelson HOTTUNO CO, INC: ,
Nathaniel McFadden 10.570 7,520 Tromarco Corp. 17,520 11.520 T. A. McKay 38.860 14.600 N. Bertha 20,720 15.780J. A. Rockefeller, remained in Al I :BY C. K HITCHCOCK

Lewis Johnson 14,010 10,660 Mrs. Susan E. Wrenn 18,010 12.660 Lakeland Motor Parts 31,660 17.360 J. Katiba 29,830 18,740 bany'' where he hoped to proda tr-Ml Manager

M. G. Wrenn 20.790 14.360 Olin G. Bryant 17,060 11.580 lakeland Motor Parts 22,410 .000 Alva R. Carter 15.120' 12.500 restive state leli.lature.lnto
NOTICE' OF SAL
Edmon Marshall 11.180 1.900 Harold C. Whitehead 12,000 8,400 Lawton M. Chilea Eat. 13,041) 4,08B Robert E. Warnock 17,570 13,060T. approving his program. In separate TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERVl

Wm. O. Bunch 20,260 14,620 Pearl F. Partin 10,850 7,100 Margaret P. Chiles 13.040 4,080 A. McKay 11,250 7.100 statements, Rockefeller I following You or. hereby motor vehicle notified: that the

Edgar Pickett 1r. 10Q.40 8.140 Mrs. J. A. Race 33.300 21,500 Lawton M. Chiles Eet. 18.565 8,170W Margaret M. Bryant 20,800 1.000 attacked Goldwater and President lots Crovrnlat, 4 dr. :BUM.BDIIAII7OI .

Chaa. H. Hicks 10.560 5,980 E. Enale 32.160 25.l60 Coopers Grocery 22.030 14.920J. Johnson .
A. B. Crevasse 10,250 8,000 .111\ >0 acid' at public sale at ,
Atlantic Land A Imp. Co. 82.760 60,620 William PaulT. 10110 7,800 G. A. Matthis 20.730 11,340Dr. H. Webb 20,430 11,100Hilda Nixon Hits Foreign Policy 1"00 o'clock on the Hard day of
Mrs. Susan E. Bottling Co. 48,281) 34,100 H. Alderman 13,270 1,380 March lads at atut Naylnr Moton -
Wrenn 22.700 13,360 J. Fujsell 12,960 8,980 Pepper In Miami : noel E. ., Lakeland,
Fla
C. Elmo Bridges 14.490 10.280 Myrtle E. Cornelius 18,420 12.260 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 17.150 3.560 Hilda H. Alderman 19,580 15,880 vacationing Florida
Richard M. Nixon criticized Th. proceede of the wit' will he
Rosa Davis 12,570 10,140 Inej Camp 41,950 30,500 Gilbert Friedman 31.100 24,160 John R. Phlllipa 22.320 7.000 President Johnson's _"... te the p>ym.nt of tea
Frank Fairchild 11.420 U40 Julia Bents & Bunker Hill Inc. 29.420 26,680Mrs. Fla. Land Mt,. Co. 12,970 8.000 foreign policy coot .f Mektnr..tona and eale,
and said it II time for plans of aald motor vohlcla and the coot
W. H. Amos G. C. Renfroe 10.180 1,020 A. J. Davidson 13.930 1.7110 of .. .
11.330 8,900Kermit Corrine Schacht 10,810 6,520 "to get rid of Cuban Premier publication. of notice of aolthan
R. Roberta 14.970 11.400 Lakeland Land Corp. 20,070 15,020 Mrs. H. 1. Askew 107,560 117.340 Ewell Eng. A Con. Co. 90,600 19,960rWlllis Fidel Castro. balance' to due th* under.....factloD the contract ef th*

Henry C. Redmond 12.260 8,900 Oxford Lumber Co. 37,520 27,500 lanier Upshaw 52,880 21,860L. H. Seal 41,640 25,000Mine Wisconsin Gov. John W. wim$ Reaale end Joel Lee Orar,

John H. Lyon 19.250 10.520 Clyde B. McGmnes 41.600 29,760 B. Arendell 45,060 20,000Sophie Mill Supply 31,840 16,500A. Reynolds predicted that Alabama 124 Fla.. Morrlion roverlnit Ave the., financing fort. Meade of,

P M W Corp. 10.790 ,740 Joyner Lumber Co. 19,060 13,060 Fleet 53.270 22,300 W. Smith Inc 55,510 22.000 Gov. George C. Wallace, mid molar vehicle.' Any eurplul
John W. Sullivan 10.250 8,420 Mr. Lena McCreary 32.980 12,500 Sam Sanoa 49.510 34.500 in the all be paid to you, and you will
Faithey M. Snook 12.380 7.780 running against Reynolds remain liable for allY balance r*.
Gow M. Bush 12.810 6,640i Cement Products Co. 21,970 17.520 April 7 Democratic presidential tract melnlng unpaid solar eald con.

John N. Rotundo 13.300 7,920S. Cement Products Co. 11,020 8.460 primary would poll more A" 0(" ATP. DISCOUNT

i B. King 10.470 4,960 Edwards Groves Inc. 32.860 20.800 Washington Won't Give Up Man CORPORATION Hy: Talbert Natih.wo

Annie Mae Franklin 19.990 10,720 J. J. Harper 32,995 18.820 This Is rat I. Mentors Avenue
a Day Lakeland, Florida
J. G. Barber
13.060 10,340 Frank Goleman 10.595 7,500 11-71'

Clyde Miley 10.790 8,220 Frank ThorpC. 10,595 7.500 IN TH' CIIICUIT
COURTTeNTl'n
i Annie Mae Franklin 11.898 5,340 B. Garrison 13,980 8.620 Facing Execution In Georgia For Wear in FOR JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT' IN AND
COLIC COUNTY FLORIDA
J. A. Wright 15,860 1,400 Mrs. E. H. Baker 10,770. 8.560 lv Chary My N.. eaan.t.Ml
G. W, Williamson 12.590 8,120 Kraft FoodsJ. 32,940 17,800 Of The Green OF MORTOAdK CORPORATION "

M. Iris GrlrrlthJ 30,380 13,800B. L. Jennings 22,700 17,480 WARDEN Wash. (APForthe years, Charles Will Cauthen Is a Washington Gov. Albert DRosellinl or..nl'd AMERICA and eilatlnc a corporation under. .
l. Multi 19,350 7,500 F. E. Nance 33,360 3X200 first time In five(free tho iw. of the state of ,
than
more man today. r Monday refused to extradite NEW YORK (AP) Today Maryland,

Ao- the 28-year-old Negro- to was the day for the wearin of _"_ Plaintiff .

Georgia where he is unde r the green oft Fifth Avenue- it R. J. HANCOCK, MAtmn.
death sentence for the murdeof er out of loyalty to the Old Sod I HANCOCK HANCOCK and DVUOHT f

a white service ..taUoroperator I or to avoid the wrath of an .outraged all unmarried Dend.n, f

Elijah M. Perkins, al t: Irishman. MORTOAO POR.CLOSURS

Griffin, Ga.Cauthen As It has for decades, the clt ty CLBKK-a NOTICK 18 NOTICa HtREBT: OF (UIVEV ALf

GLAD TIDINGS escaped from Jail al t: turned Fifth Avenue over to the that' under a Decree of Fore.loaur .

Zebulon Ga., on Marco 2t, 1959.,. Bone of Erin for their annual Judas*of and the lal circuit* entered Court kr of the the

three days before he was to be!I of their patron >ntr Judicial circuit, In and for
pdepathonor Polk county, Florida, .. the llth
executed
and made his
way te I day of March, IBM. In a certain fI
Warden a small farming community cane* between MORTtlAOB con.
150.... On Can
PORATION Or -
AMERICA a farporatlon -

To the Noble He took In an eastern assumed Washlngto name and I ,Some 150,000 paraders-mos t :' the onantied law of the and Dial exlatlnirnder of I

c::: worked for three years as a of more them than of a Irish few ancestry turned ,Irish but of Maryland--e with at IM lie ilL principal Paul Rtreer pla.-*,

farm laborer, gaining the BalUrnoro I, Maryland, Plaintiff.I .
respect of hi* employer another Just for the day-were on call and t. HANCOCK. MArna
HANCOCK '
,
in for the parade, one of the mos ( and DWIOHT HAN.
Warden. COCK all unmarried. PefeManta,
FBI Nabs Him colorful St. Patrick's Day ob- b.ln. Chanoerr No. IMM-lt-ll. I
ervances in the world. will MU at public auction t* th* I
Last summer he was arrested IthMt bidder for rank at th*
,by the Federal Bureau of In From all walk of life they Courthonae I. the Cat* ef Bar.
tow,
came to strut up the famed avenue Polk County, FlorMa. at the
vestlgatlon on a fugitive war hair of II:M n m., on March lo
) rant. He has been fighting extradition past the Catholic cathedral Inc.. that certain parcel at roajproperty
.s CITIZENS bearing the saint's name, deacrlbed a. followeonth :
ever since, aided by in feet ef th. Norm ine a
.yh petitions and money from War- and to attend a dinner tonight fwt ef Lola 11. Block "A", ,
capping the day' activities. nilltop Helnhta, JA t."d.' Flo.
den citizens. ride. according, tn plat th....
lJ OF "We've kept his quarters President Johnson will fly of recorded In Put Book 41, rr
here for the annual dinner. Pace It, Public Rwordi of
waiting," said Clyde DeGraff, a Polk Countr, Florida!
ecocl part time Warden cattleman Quick Trip Planned ( 9 TOGETHER& WITH; Heater. 1f f

e and school teacher, for whom The President la scheduled to rADP. H BLOAV. JR. t

0 Cauthen worked. I reach the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Wlnd...Clerk....,..of Halnee Circuit* Court Ware t
POLKCOUNTY Cauthen, Kill known In War only before 1:30: p.m. After 224 Park Avenue. Houtk F'F'or

lJeciI den by his assumed name of addressing the Friendly Sons ofSt. I Wlnt.r Attorn.,Park. Tor Florida Plaintiff

Bob Williams, returned here, Patrick he will fly by helicopter U-H7

$1011"" Monday night to take up his life' from the Wall Street HB CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
landing pad in downtown Manhattan I TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
sum- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR FOLK
to Kennedy International COU TY, IN CHANCBRVCaea

"I have to live up to this. I Airport. He is due to leave the Ne. azni. ,... a Oeaket* HPan I.
\ have to live a life worthwhile- airport by presidential Jet at AMMONIA SAVINGS BANK' p

wbrthy of all the people who lB:30: p.m., arriving at AndrewsAir Corpgratl a N.w Jeraejr a, Banking TIer

supported me," Cauthen said. Force Base at 11:20: p.m.. Plaintiff !

s Beginning DeGraff said those who supported and at the White House-vielicopter GERALD .0.-WEBB. .1 nd.D.f.ndant.. N''
Cauthen in his fight -IS minute later >>,
against extradition hoped to NOTICa OF sAL 5sSo'
Notice I I. hereby given that,
hold a giant celebration. But POLISH ORIGIN ureuant to a final decree of fore.

MARCH 28th they were holding off for a The chemical element polonIum ,' oaure oauie entered la th In*th circuit. above Court..a.title .,I

while. discovered by Pierre and'oT Polk County Florida, I will 1.4 '.hpo

"We're trvlnt to consider Marie Curia'In 1898. was named .the property.. ..altuat... ..hi. Polk, Co.'L .... 110..
l what Bob's feelings are going to I for Mme. Curl'* 'native land,. Jlj.7k"iIot-'i4ATIlW.;; to.thn,
be. Everyone's real eager to do 1 JATNB: HEKIHTH RLRDIVT.
'eland. Polonium la radioacve LION Lice Hamilton Florida, foe
something but they don't wan: and changes into lead. aa Mat or Plat .al!
THE LAKELAND LEDGER ::r.r.:: ; : tooeo.
It to be something that will I .. .. la tn* (Nora .
LoAL AOVRTJfeMINTNOTICI of th. Clerk ef the Circuit
make him feel uncomfortable in, OF INTENTION TO Court In and for Polk County, 1Ion
any way," DeGraff said. MACS ApJ' L.'CATION' Pon 41.Florida, In Plat Book 41, page l.

In announcing that he had refused FINAL p.CHAROa Including .pacifically but not (J
in n.: Fit Noet ,
I to honor the extradition, MARTHA K. by way of limitation the ,... PAT
NYEb..oe lowing Item of
WILL DAYSBE equlpmentl
request of Georgia Gov. Car
I TO AU WHOM IT MAT COXCFRXi Range.; all permanently ... TB
Sanders, Rosellinl said, "It Is : aaUeub4.atP11. atHof
Notice I I. ......by given that I aale. to th* Vlgtiect" end 1,
f
I my feeling that the beat ends o Mat bidder for each. at ". South
PERPUBLISHED Justice are met by denying th Asciliary trait Door of th. Polk County the
application for his extradition aa....d of the eitate .* MARTHA Courthoue In Hartow, Florid, It Ihor.Eo. .
r between Hoc: A.M ,
H. NTE, deceaeed. that I have end I M P M .
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'and by allowing him to remain filed my petition for final die- on the 10th day of March, 1154 root
n
WEEK! ,in this state." The governor. charge. and that I will apply to H. Circuit IlI.oAN.Court JR. Pole.
(he Hon RICHARD A. BRUNHON tsLALlClark
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however placed Cauthen under :
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County Judge of Polk County, Florida B, ViVIAN A. PURVISTMB 003a.et
,supervision of the Parole on the llth day ef April 1MI DeP.t Clark
j for approval of the eamo and for 15-son
Board. I final dlacharg .. Ancillary Admit arB..
The young Negro claimedthroughout Utrator with Will annexed of the IN CIRCUIT COURT OF f I..
mate of MARTHA K. NTE:, de THB TSNTH JUDICIAL CIR.
THE bapIn
FIRST SATURDAY EDITION that he wa innocentof CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND .
the Georgia killing. A batteryof TfcVsth J1. of M.rch 144 eon CIIIV"OL.K COUNTY IN CHA"' outtin

attorney volunteered legal) ItlNDBR. Acelllary Cae Ne. nee Deckel M
Admlnlatrator wile Will SI .
WILL CONTAIN THE aid. They claimed Cauthen'sconstitutional .nn.... of th* ..tate ot114.THA .... NC. asa ...tall
right were violated B.NTB_ FIRST SAVI.NUi AND LOAX )
oCIMMoI. "CIATION OP JlLRHET ..
In his ate-day trial in his P.TNNO CITY, N.J., .t..! .1.N

: home state.Havana. [ TO C5t DITOR5 ____ Plaintiff L.Co,
IN TH' COURT OF THa 000N- D--III'CU"B:
RICHARD
I 'Det de For Decision"PROGRESS TV TV JUDOB FLORIDA OF POLK COON- MARY JO McCUNE.Dsf.nd.ata her. and wife, f .Ow.. ,

Reports r. IU of NOTICE Op low I,
'HlM .AL!
Peceaeed ) BRIMMEP. sank''e.a hrrobp plow ..;t-lo:: 'ut)0;,
final
I EDITION Fifteen KilledIn To All Creditor and P.r.ase .,..u.. enured in darn.the 'akov w. be,
Having Claim or Demand
IItIo roN In e. ClroYlt Court
Agalnat Cold BatataTo : r."e
nI Polk County,
Flortda. I \
wll\.11
Mil "each of haw
yet an tile
: FILLED WITH FACTS Truck WreckMIAMI hr notified to HI. (II claim aid1emanda Iy 5'lar/da prep.rty .ltualO lit PoUt CoUIlo
:1/1 FIGURES THE dooorlh.d' a,:
< .hk.ou bar a.alu__ Let 10, Block B, r
1' 1 tn. MUM af John Jnme. Brimr. LAWN .BDIVI8IW,vrSStl hath
: "'' deceaMd, In the office of
,
HISTORY AND GROWTH land Florida,
OF POLK COUNTY (AP) Havana Radio hard A. Bronaon. County Judas plot thereof, recorded accenting In te Platr it.

said today that a truck, lost ta I his Barlow.office Florida In Ike,Court within HOUM .aaJi II, 1'''' 5. Publtr R.o.
ell .1"1of I
Polk .
its brakes and toppled down a .. endar montre Irons Hereto 17. at .....lIe .. .. to'ounty.tho Plerlda. .
,Ii CALL 686-1151 OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CARRIER I hill In Pinar Del Rio Province intention 1N 4. which te of me thla dale not nf"Ire the, Each flrtt .hat"' IIId..r for rs.h at"hoo&tho so.n"III r

'killing 15 and Injuring 20 of the. rl.l m or demand ...u.t be In writ. t.wnhatw Ie Ratrtt.o. Ykrldiua.. .,
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Ina
I' mat 'a' In* plat. r /*./ twoas lies
50 aboard. AM. and
persons 4.5.0 wed peat office ., see p : ,
MAIL A COPY TO YOUR FRIENDS-25c EACH OR 5 FOR $1.-MAILED FREE II The accident happened near ter claimant. mi.t S*addrea eworn. to U* D."th H...rjrtMarchuiCClerk'Circuit .
sod .
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Candelarla. mum c* filed an .. .,
The truck was bringing 011 oleo. tame will\ .heroine ..... IIULI Court
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back from HK1H
people the Soroa R BRUIMCA. ** VIVIAN A. .uPClvwci3
tourist Executor Deputy ..
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.,, Mirth 17. J.M 19 LIOAL ADV ItTIUMINT I LIOAL ADVIRTInlMBNTn I LEGAL AOVIRTIIIMINT LUAk AOVtRTIIIMINT


_LAKELAND LEDGER 04 of III. lIoutll 44 It .... NW" IfToewn.lp NOTICE TO CKIDITOHS
I..OAI. AbvtllVlltl HNtJN.VM tli. IlJeI4. of 1Iort'" .. log ls.crlb.d ae trdIowe, $IN THI COUNTY JUOOfl
lout", Han.. .. .... b.4a at tIt. Ioalbwost cerw o/o WIN I.", K. jttaw lIT, III' COURT IN AND FOR
CIRCUIT COURT OF Lying within 4* loot of th. aurey of the .Ii of IIMtlO" S. Tawa.hIs ,IM A.hley BttMt FDLK. COUNTY,
HI TtNTM JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT, lln* of atate Road 8-lt-A.I II booth *SnfS 14 -t, .t DuAeonvllla.I nwMa FLORIDA
IN "'NO ..C.. fOO..K COUNTY, "lection 11700. point I'h." fool WAIl *f tbc Lull Hart Henry Paroal C'. It IN RE: tCSTATK I>K
..LO.O., ... A1.SO: That part ol' boutrwat corner of th* SW4Ik lift riminer PAD .... ll-R MARIE: N. JOHNSON
LAW P40. '.....".17' NWU of NIC* of 1o<,lIon I. SC1 at ctId l Saotlon 5: our DrI .. NICAtlanta : Deceaaed
A..N.O TO JUDOI LOVE Townahlp n gouih, Range tl Ban tIt.ne.tfort" 0.... Weal MM.1keel OeorgUiBiarlae To All Creditor and fereonHaving -
tMININT DOMAIN UOM: the Weal IIi feet of te I. the Northerly boundary nithd B. Kella Panel ft, (Claim or DemandeAgalnat
PROCIIDIND* llputh lit feet LtMK 8..11011 S .t a poln' .....1 flit Thelma C. Kell ISO IH7-R, lit Maid Kalale'
POMC COUNTY politic North 100 ?:0r0aiL7O. ; "Iorlr 01 the Norlll..t nornor HM Ca.ton Drive You, and each ol run. are here
"bdlvl.loa of I lIte Lying within 31 feet of aald *urvey of aald bells I. lakeland, Florida by notified to file In dtu.ll. ale ell
of FIorI6i" line, eald' eurvey Una helm LEsS mating right of way TUynerd K tl. carr P.rclfMaabeth 1. olilma and demand which ion:

PETITIONER, ueaorlhed a* followa Containing 0.01 acre nor or C. Car SRD ,H-R, ill'have ...In.1 the eetata of 05*.
_,,_ Calm at the Soutliweet corner 1_. Route 1, Bog tw RIB: N. JOHNSON deceaxod. I In,
CARL LANOg'*t al, ot the IKU of Section I, Townh Owner T. J. Poppell aid Nora Scott Lake Road the office of Richard A. Brnneon,
fiTII ) p M South Ranee 14 Heat at a Hart Poppell, Ma wife.FAftCCL Ukeland I"IorIq County Jurtge, at hla otrice In
NOTICE OF MULI. NISI point 1114.>v feet Wont of the II SAD 111, 111 := H. Jone Parcel *l. Court Houae at Bartuw. "".
NOTICE OF tMINfNT DOMAIN Southaaet corner of the tw,, of SIGH? OF WAY" t A. Jonas IRO #27-R. ride. within alx calendar month
fROCIIDINOIt the SEVL of aNd Section I; run That part ef: P. O. Bog til 101 from March 17. Itll, which la tlilt.
IN THI NAME AND 0V THI IfemN North ,'11' Wet MM M fee Th* (forth J' feet of the North Ooetl Lake Road date of the nrat publication of
AUTHORITY OF TNt STATE to fb. Northerly boundary of ealn \It i of th* ? of Ito coot Snottha Lakeland Florida. notice. Bach claim' or demand .
OF FLOMIDAl' action I at a point 144.1 fern Soutr. H of tOO *vt 4 of the Polk rederal .... Parrel tt. II moat be In writing. $net
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ,wHyofLO. Northweel corner EU of Sectlnlt 4. Tewnahlp II .. and Loan SOD .1'1.11. lot late the place of realdenoo and If
and to til p-raone anil of oslO Section I. Xouth, Range 14 Boat Aaeoclatlon of Lakeland 71-R, IM p mat office eddreee of the el.lm'l
"?"!I. havlne; er rl.imlnf: any Lew ealatlng rliht of way Lying within U feet Of lbs Surty 111 South Florida Avenu ml, moot 1. .worn 10 and ", u.tll
rl.ht' tIlls] int.reet. ealat. mart- Containing '.IL arcs. more w] Line of State Road -l7-A.. lakeland Florida, too filed aa afore.ald er elae, limo<
5i. o't... llealo or on thoae 1- Kectlon 1170 paid Survey Line b*. Marvin Pipkin Panel SIP will become void I'C.
certain pan-ale of bind hereinafter, Owner Chart B. Kella and laW deecrlhed a* followa Rout I, Box USA SlID #IO.R a> NELI.IR! SOURBRTRgeoutrls Announcing
deaCTlbed and thi lollnwlni pernone Thsbua C. K.lla, hla ..If.. Begin .1 Olin Southwtat corner Meott Lake Road :.
together with all unknown atikpeot to: Mortgage In favorPARCIL if th* HfCH of Section 5. TownnrlpIt Lakeland Florida Qullllan S. Yancey ., '
Pomona claimIng by throuia or ,,f Mosrd B. : 'n.y snot $Cll.a.lurtlt : Sooth Ranga 14 Kiat at a pnlni Hubert B. Holmea, Jr. Parcel #11Francea 111 Arcade Building )
under known ptreone who are I Cort', : i wHo. 1II4.DO feat Want of the' l'Ioulh..1II H. Holme IRD *1I-R. P.OIirawerAl 0 fd&44( The FirstAnnual
doW or who or. not known to be tBIQHT ''D 17.11. 10$ corner of the BW<4 of the 8B>* Rn. 1497 100, lIdOouoOt Ukeland, Florida l1
fleas: or miv* : OF WAY of eald' Rectlon Si| run thenc TKorth Lak Road Attorney for Kxerutrlg !
ICTION toi o.iino '-" .A Tha Wool 40 feet of the Weat V. 011' We.t US*.Ot ft to th* Northerly lakeland Florida U...1
OfCalTION of the NW% of the NKU of Heo boundary of said Heotlon It Ann W. Rou PorrnitI :
MRCIL 1 SAD '.11 lion I 7. Townahlp 21 South Range & a point 214'.. feet Eaaterly ofhe IM Maoy Street SRI #71 R, 114 CISCUIt I ;
RIGHT OF WAY 24 Maul alao deacrlbed .. Lola 4 NorUtweat ooraer ot aald gee Wet Palm Beach Florida 'NTHTIH". JUDICIAL Tc'l:: ;
The Kant 4* feet of Its follow. and II of w. K. Hallam and Com lice I.LIMO. NOn P. Vanwegenen Parcel .1lt CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
toil deacrlbed PIn,'. Club Colony Tract of Lakeland : OI.tlnlll, rlghia 0' may. 4JI Rye Street, NW BRD #.I FOR POLK COUNTY IN4
Rodin at ,..F.rn.; .' of the Highland a* per plat there. ContaInIng '.11 5cr., mare ..rI' Wa.hlngton D. C. CHANCIRVIUIT
KW14 of Beotlon 7, Townnhltt t_ or recorded In Plat Book 1-C, pag- T. J. Poppell Parrel 14 FOR DIVORCI
f"iilh, n.n.. J4 E.t run thence I 1-A. Public: H.cord. of Polk Owner: Harvey T. full, Jr, and Nora Hart Poppell. IMP IOI-R MARTHA PRNTON,
Want too font alone the mid..... County, Florida belni trat part ofaald .annelte W, Hell hi. wo. Poppell DriveUkeland Plaintiff, | j
lion lino, thence Northerly I4. property.Lylnir Subject 00 Mortg-ig In favor Highland -n. !
feet, thence Kaaterly tgg feel within 10 feet of the aur.of Flrat Federal Savlnga and LoAiaoclallon Ukeland FlorIdamccoy I DONALI> 'lT PBNTOX: ]
r1L
Ii,...* southerly l" feet to the ray line ot mate Road S-I7-A leo1Illon of LaktlandPARCSL if. Hall, J,.) Parcel 15 Defendant. !
point of beejlnnlni. "70. 1* IRf ItO, 120 Jeaanette W. "'U. -'RD #IIA. NOTICE! TO OIFIND' EDITWNi
Saint that part of Mid property l.EHH Mlatlng right of w.,. ORAINAOI IAIMINT c/o C. H. Smith lbS TRIO STATIC (FLORIDA TO I
lying within 40 font ef tho 'u..., Conlalnlni 4.71 Sore, more or RIOMT STATION M4+01." P. O. Sos 11I11 Donald U Proton :
I.lne Of IIR 1..7.A. Hec-tlnn UTO. I I.... That part nf: Scott Lake RoadUkeland RA14771MI1 Headiiuartere Co '
LKSS eiutlne Hihte of way. ALPO Ih.t part at shova do.nrrlltvd Begin at tha Northereat ..enrnerof Florida lit Battalion 14th Armor : ;
ContainIng' oi acre, mc.. or 1_. prop.rt lying wllbl. tOo thc NE'4 ot tha NI>4 of the rirat Federal Bav. Parcel #1HInge A.P.O.S : To Be Published By The
Owners Od.ll Uadtr .. Eierutrlx following ...... and bound. da- NW-4 of aald Soctlon, II, Townahlp and Loan SOD #111, 111Aaeoolatlon New York New York .
.f th. Eitato of Albert Bad r. irlptloni lo.wll: 21 South Rango tl Moat mi of Lakeland You are hereby notified that a :
flATMMtd.PARCH.. Commencing at the Northweat thenca Mast IM feet thanoo $ouch Orange and Tennaaeee Avenue Suit for Divorce nee been filed \ I
t IRD ..11. '''.11 c O"OIBoJ. Section 7, Town .111 fool cOde.. Wait lot feet: Lakeland, Florida galnat you In tha above entitle : LAKELAND LEDGER
MIOHT OF WAY ahlp .. 24 Eaat at thenco North lit feel to tha polmif Kloeale Pipkin Moore Parcel SOS 'UH, and that yoa are h..by 1
The Wont 40 feet of tho Weal H a point I3 UO feel Will of the beginning. Michael 11. Moor SRD# lit 120 required to ooraon war Our !
.f the aw* .f thi NE14! of Sec Northoaat corner of th. NWI4 of Lying within II feet each (14 ofa Route 1, Bog 4J4 approprlal finlr: ) with the
tlcm 7. Township South Mango tha NEH of saId deotlbn 1.. run i Dralnaga Baaement Center Scott Lake Road Oerk of this Court at Barlow. !K .'. Saturday, March 28thIT'S
P4 Eaet, also dearrlbed aa Lot hence Houth *...11.I.t! 40.01 feet ..n SR 8-17-A. Section 14700: Ukeland. FloridaU. FlorIda, and to the '. 'l.
20 .nd It of W. .K.. liallnm and 10 lb. point of bMlnnlna: thontlnu .. Center Line being deaorlbed Lln.1 S. Department of Parcel *1. of upon Thomaa.M'Vt.o: ; the I

ompiny'a Cluk Colony Tract of ,' Mouth fl'$)' Keat 71.11 follow.i .Agriculture. KRDJtlll, 130 plaintiff aitorney, Shone add.... r ? TIME WE TOLD
Lakeland Highland aooordlnf to 'eeti: thenc Mouth **0f Weet 44.40 Commence on the North .rm., Home Admlnlalratlon I. Poet Office Boo 1331, Lake. :
pltt; thereof recorded In Plat Book turf: thrnc North 15'l$' Wtol .ry of Section I*. North BroadwayRartow land Florida, not later than the C" '
t,-< pmo 101-A publlg ......rd. of 40 M feet I Ihenca Routa 4447' Houth, Rango 24 J.Jo a point i FloridaW. lath day of April A D., 1DI4. If :' '
Polk (County Florida belni thatpart Wool 1ll4 feet: thenc North Ml 47 fart Kaat : I A. Pipkin P..I.11 you fall to do eo. decree pro con- I : .Zsin THE WORLD ABOUT
of mold, property lylni within 0...' Weal 19.II feet to It* point corner nf tho NEU of the NW<4:c/o W. Ray Former 'HD #I I feaao will ,bo entered agaln.t you j
44) feat of tho ."..., tin. of 8R of betlnnlnn. of said Section II: aald point being P. O. Bog I!' for the relief demanded In tb.bill .
B-S7.A. Martian 174. LKHH: eileUnir rIghts of way on a curve concave tit lbs Bnutheaalerty -' Ukeland Florida or complaint.WITNKH8 .
I.EHS eilatlni rlihii of way. Containing '.01 acre, more SrOwnrr having a radlua of 171.11: U. K. Control Parcel #11 MY HAND AND TilE
C'oetalting '.71 aero. KIOTO or lee. I.... feet;h'I from a Tancent Bear.1 LindaCnatred IMP #lt1. UI SRAI of aald Court at Bartow I POLK COUNTY'SDECISION
A Ll40: : Horace H. Jonea and I Inn (7MCII" Wail run SOS hester Drlv Florid, thla lllh day of AI..b.A.D. .
That part of Ellaabelh A. Jonea hIs wife.FABCIL Hnuth.weaterly along laid curvet2 Lakeland' Florida ., JIll> .
Tho Wont H of th. HW*, of tho tOobjoct I,: Moot In fovaca > foot through an angle of W.I The FlInt" National Parcel #l. P. H. SI/IAN JR.
KEV of Herllon '. Townnhlp t> ,, Polk Frdorat r:::aol Loon 3'U" to Bane- Rank ..I Tampa SlID #...1\ Clerk ol the Circuit Court
Mouth, Mania 14 Etm alan do.wrlbed h.n..tIOll. of Lak.land. I moot Center'I'I: ;I Tru.lee, aa Buooeaaor-Truatee (SEAL TOGO
ai Lota XI and M of W. 10 lAD 40.11 ,oulh .**7'J4H Kant ItS feet to under the will of Andrew J.Hrullt By LILA B. FOUNTAIN
11'. Hallaro and Company'. Club FHQHT OF WAY end saId Dralnaga Eaaamont Cen deceeaed IPU" Clerk
Colony Tract of Lakeland Him$. That part of: ter Llna, 411 franklin street u.ni
landu, aooordlnt to plat thereofrerorded The \K\4! of IIWI(. Lilac THE LEHH exlatlng right of wan Tampa. Florida 1tAL
In Flat Book I-C pane Raat 100 feet of the North 100 fret Containing 170 ao.uar root more Ada May Prultt Parcel al.1 NOTICE 0. P505*?.
Iiil-A. Publlo Record of Polk hereof of Section ... TownaMp itSoulh. or le a.Ownen. rldow *RD*II-R IN tot COURT OF THE COUN AHEAD !
County, Klorlda, Hange 14 Eaat! lying withIn TfloMla Plpkla Moore $32 South Mhnlaelppl Avenue TV JUDO, POLK COUNTY
Lying within .0 feet ot an In. 40 feet of the eurvey line of and Michael H. Moore, liar hueband. w.'and.. Florida STATE OF FLORIDAi .
taraovtlon right of way .u..., Stele Road -I7-A.. Bectfon 11700: Barbara Gertrude Parrel #10 RE! : Eatat of ron
lino on gtato Road 17-A Boctlon raid, survey lbs being ....rlb.d a* Subject to Mortgage In favorof Baltland IIRD #II.R MARIE: N. JOHNSON
14700 Hid .u..., Una belnc dewnbM follow.; Farmara Horn Administration.PARCgt formerly Barbara Gertrude iMceaaed Send COp I.. of Th.
aa follow. Begin at the Soiitheaat curlootof 1T SAD 1t1RIQMT Prultt TO AM. PKR8ONS IVTKRESTED
Healn' at tho center of Section t. th. lOW" of lection II. Townahlp DAAONAGI iAgMgN? 241 WaN Av.nld. PallnadaKan IN TWO EnTATB: OP SAID DECADE FOR DECISION
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Townihlo It South, Rinto 14 I!:.... 2> goult Range 14 Eaat. run STATION fM(+01.71 1 Clem.nt. California DECEDENT:
at a point ......f feel tfoutherlyof tbinra due North 107.11 feet to the 1I..In on tho SetlI tnlundarr of Joan Prultt Rearlrk Panel #!!> YOU ARE HEREBY NOTiFIED ': Edition
lb. Northwat cornor of tho hrgionlni 01 a oluroa roocava toOh. tha NR' of tha NE<4J of tha NW>4nf 1141 Oakwood Lane MOD #11.11 that a written Inetrumrnt purporting :: > Progrsu

1'0114 of Mid Berilon 7: run trance Smiihwe.lerlv having a radlui Sectlnn II, Jownahlp SI South I Gary Indiana' to b* the Uat Will I and I $ O
rloulh '11'30"I.I! 19(1 toot to of Til to feet: then. Northweatrly Ranga 24 Mane at a point tit font Raymond Andrew Parcel *11Prultt Tenement of aald decedent h.n 4 1j Nk 34 To Your Frltndi.

and] tntancotloa rIght cf way aurvy along said curve in* reetibrangh Woat of the Eaat boundary of thaNB IMP .11-1t been admitted to probate In thli "
lino.I a central angle of '.'00' of NV7H of said Soctlon II: til Weit 101....,. Terrace Court. You are hereby commanded Let s Brag-al -Lift!. About Polkr'oA .
.... onlstlnc rlihU of way.Contalnliif 10: tha rod of aid curve] thence run thenc Welt to a point 244 Chicago '0. Illlnol wllhln *lg calendar' monihi P <
.Oil aero, moro a, !.... North 44fKI' Writ 42411 feet to feet Eaat "f tha Kouthw.et .....rn.rnf Ray Clementa from March 17. 1114. which la the \
Owner: Carl lancer and Telia the beginning of sctorv.l'oncav. tha NEf! of the NK-4'of: Ole Tag Collectorrourtheua dele ef the lint publication I I of
tang his wife and Loud Mar- 10 the orlho..torl O.vlnr acndli. NWH of aald Section 11: thence this nolle, to appear In this Court EACHCOPY
run and Julia Marcus, lila wlfo, of Tl* M feet: thence North. North to tho North boundary of Bartow Florida and enow. raueo If any you ..n. :
dublwt to: Mortuia In favor ...,.rI,. along aald curve UI.7H Mid Section. thenc Kiel, along The First National 1'.1.1. why the action of thla C..urlln adnlttlng -- .
of Harold a. pick. and Madonna Vet through a' central angle' of I aald North bonndary tn a point Rank ., Chicago IMP #.n.1I aald will 10 probate ehoul : -w'-: -
FMrk his w".. .' North of II'. Point of BoflnnlngiLying Truale* ..
tn the end ol eald curve: lot atand unrevoked. :: :: : :
I PARCtL I tRO .-.11I thence North "'11' ,'..t 1.9.. feet Ohnnc. IInulh I" Ih. p..lnt 0' B.. Dearborn, Monroe and Clark Dated Ibis Ird day of March : '::.: ENCLOSEDIN

SIGHt OF WAY lo the beginning nf a ctirve concave ntnelou: I.n.an 4 OI"DI Oh. WOOl ttt,00tsrhIr.on lOll 1 Mall This To
r 15r ho Wont II feet ot tho North to the Raaterly having a ra. l; foot or nba North UI fanS tbarl.a ID. tlllnol. (a) RICHARD A. BRONSO ; or Bring Coupon A
NOTICE OF StiLl Nil
(Langer
font of tho NWU of tha NEK dlua of ":t.iI feet: thence North. County Judge '
of Doctloa .. Townehlp It South orl, along aald curve ll f..tthrou.h within II feet each, ..Id.of TAK8 NOTICH that a Federation Polk County, Florida COLORFULWRAPPER
Mania (4 Meat bale1 that purl of a central angle ol .'11' to a Drnlnag Eaaement Confer of Taking baa keen filed In 11.:1 i THE LAKELAND LEDGER
aid property lyln* within I II foot he and of saId rurve: thenne Line nn SR H-I7-A Section laTh the above aljrled rauae, bv the .
0 of the Murvor Lino ol BR I-I7-A Mid Center LIes being doaorlbod. Petitioner, the acquiring authority :
North 111' Kent 411 74 feet to tr IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ::1
tOad iou 1470. brilnnloi of arru.concan. 10.h. .10 followei of lb... proceeding, of the taking TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFll I: P. 0. BOX 408
LI.K8S eilitlnic rlihta of way radlii Commence on tha North bounrtry / of the above deecrlbed IonIc
Houtheeeterlv having a FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK : ; Corner of Mltiourl & Llm
Ifontdnlnf t.lS tore, mora or I.... of 1 I7I.N feet thence Northeeateralong -. ot Meotlon I.. Townahlp M for the purpoee lOt forth In the' IN CHANCIRViMECHANICS :..
(owner: Polk EntorprUv. log.PASCIL ty said curve 411 S) feet South, Mania 14 Eaat at a point Petition In Uile e.II."hI Aa I : KXCHANOHHAV1NCIH Lok.land, Florida 25'H.
| I SAD ".11 th..b an angle' of 4Sl7'lt" ,to .11 41 font Past of Ih. No""w..t rIght of way and water drainage' BANK, a Nw York
OSAINAGI EASEMENT the North boundary of ..,,01 HectloiNorthweat .ornor of the ItIPJ'4 of U. NW\4 fur a portion of SR g-17-A (RcottLak Corporation II" Enclose 25c each for ling I. ..
11 SIGHT STATION 102+ *." I I. It 5 point 500 It font of tOo 01 said bastion II: ..111 point bo.i Road), Polk County. Florida Plaintiff .
rIo. Norttt' It foot *f tho Malt corner nf me NKt of, lvi anoret re.ceorav. In Ih.A""th."o" and that one .1 the Judge ol Ih..I va. I copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
(Ircult Court In th. Tenth Ju.dlclel
,*l fet of tho Went IOC foot of bnln" a rsdbus 0'
the NW4: nf cold Hectli II. ; ('AnROU. IIISEJlAR'? 501
II liho NWU ot tho NKt4 of Caution LIne .nlatini riuhl of wa.. I Mi M feet; thenca from a lament Circuit of Florida, will en I BETTY N. RINKHART. hla wife, f E A : OR
l 0. Townihlp it South, Ita... 14 Contain In, 14 acres mm-a orI. bearing nf South .,.10..." Weat the Uth day of W..IA.. D., IM4.it Oefendanta.MORTOAOB MAILED FREE
1:00 o'clock In th afternoon
Zait. I I.. run Bouthwootorl hloni ..Id rreI : *
I C.mi.lnlm ..,. aoro. more or lou 4'LaO 'h.t port of Ih. sb"vs tO.ndrlbnd .. 01 feet throuib an angli of (... th..,. In Circuit Court Chamber TO FORECI.Ol0I'MENOTICE DIFIND I .M:_
1".nor: PolO rntorprl". Inn. property 1ln. wIlOli Ih ll't.1" to begin Drainage Kaaement at Lakeland' Florida, eonalner Tot CARROLL P. R1NEIIART, ""ywh..* ,In the U. S. or Canada

PAStEL 4 'IID ..... 130 following met. and bound d. Center Line, ran thenoa South S5.37'ls" *. .Id Declaration of Taking, enpolnt Route I. Lc.ul.vMle, Illlnnl. $m-; itI
:'i- ."..,saran d make such order ae
IIIOHT 0' WAY ,crlpllontCommaet' Eaet lOS feet to end said YOU ARM HKRKBY NOTIFIED. :
: .1 tho lI.ulll..t fad- Drainage Kaaement! renter Lino. the Court deema proper. All par. ,that aull lao been brought agalnatla *l'om on-doting $ . . 5
; :: :
,. 'rat of ba Wont nf It. I.BKK ..,otln. right of way. tI.. l> th* salt and all parti.. In-
nor of eald MW'4 "ecllonTownahlp
....1.10 and be "..... In the Circuit Court of tha't'onlh .
01 tb. may appear IIjti1j1jii Please Moil the Dacado for Decision
'le f.at 01 the NW'4 NIt'4 II Mouth Range (4 East! : Containing 0.01 aero more .r Judicial Circuit In and for >>
tot B..llon 6. TownshIp It Soutt thence run due North 1217.14 feel t at lbs time and place dealgnated PalO County, Florida In Chancery, Edition Tot :
0)nnoo; Too and each of ar* her. -4 Prograti
....i.. t4 Kaat! lyln within 11. to n point of beginning mn thence W. A. Ptpk'' ou. hv MKCHAMCH BXCHANOEI.NOS
|f>at of th* eurvey lint of Slats Houtr ...3.'.." Wilt (491 feet toEaalerlv PARCh l' SAG 127. U' by commanded to appear kv filing ':
BANK corporation
an ....... to the P.lllf..1ho..lo.. a :
leHoed t-97-A Kectlon 1171, eald SIGH? OF WAY :,:
Ih. right nf way line of dialing under th* lawa of the :: FOR
fore filed In thIs
I aurvey line belni deacrlbet .. nail .", t. Road B-I7-A. eald right That part of: eeua In the entitled State of New York, tha aame being _ _ _
I Court on or before the Hat '
K .lIowlI,...ln at th. Bouthweet corner 0' way. I.IIn.Iha Odd lo"t hw..t.rly.n a-rulrva having conran. 1 2.I Tha feel Weat of 121 th.a feet South nf thi U of South the rtav of March IM4, to enow what a ault to foreclose the mortgagi Con :#--.4'

Ct Ih. 8R% ot Dectlnn I, Townahlptiouih. rolltll ..f 7r.. ... lb."" Keula H of Ih* ':'tlfth.II SKU right tlila Intereat or lien Vat the following leacrllied reapropertyl ::::
If Rante 14 Eaat at a "...h..I..... .10.. lsOatld .u.... In Section I. o. any of you have In and to any ID of T.AKFt SHTPP .,
paint 132(. 0 foal Wilt of the li .n'.I- ,rt .hansen- ;- of Range tl Fiat, I... lha South to 0 if Ih* above deecrlbad landa and Lot HF.mHTS, Winter : IU
$oul000st corner of nba SWK of H-5J-4H", thonco North 17'41'tl" "eot thereof. how.oauee, why the aame ahould Haven FlorIda.I'r.h: :1t : $1 L
by
55,. HUK of said lortlon I: run Real 41II feet thence due North Lying wltMn 4* feet nf Ik* eum ', 0,1 ha tahoe for lb. uana 'Petition: man or plat Ib.r.ole..d.': ... I
0 forlh In the
:henc. North flf Will U10.4S It.t feet: thonre duo Eaat: 41 feet.Ihenco line of Siata Road S-I7-A lI.t. tat 5oe. In the Office of the Clerk of .
herb.WITNF.100. .
let to tho Mnrlherly boundary of duo Bnuttl IM.I7 feet to the lon: tlioi .. .u"" ., lln beingdeecrlhed filed Oanl the Circuit Court In and forpolk STATI
Portion 4 I'4' I follows nip and 100 0051 ;
at point
paid point nf beginning. aa : of eald Court nn thin 17th day ofFabruery County, Florida, In Plat I . . .
fart[ Eaotorly of lbs NortfcWMt I.F.IIM enlatlna right of way Begin at 1he Southweet eom.rof
Hook 13 Page II Including
of laid HMtlo I. the of Section I. A. D., IM4. ;
moor RK14 Townahlpsouth
Containing (.01 acre mora or
oflimitation I
pacifically but not by
E8tt oilMIni rl.hn ol way ..... 21 Ranga 24 Mast, at a /./ I). II. SLOAX. JR. the Item way MAILED
following of
ontalnlni (.It aero. moro or l lass owner Marvin Plnkli. point 112...* feat Weat of the Clerk of lb. Circuit Court .
Owner Harold H. H.nrllli and PARCIt It ORD 74.R 100, 114 Houthea.t rnmor of the Swig' o, of Polk Countv Florida I .qulpm.nl.H..t.r HAM
Inatalled.and .
permanently
dna C. Harvllle hla ..If.. SIGH? OF WAY Ire I'IE" of laid Boctlon: run ,/*, flf-OROB C. CARH tn %
8ub$ .t aol l ..ort.... In favor Th.t part nf the South 44 0' than. North **1I* Weat IMo.(2 Of Counael you are hereby required I :' : FREE
JOHN H. DKWET.t.: : rile I with. lha Clerk of saId Court In
0' Lakeland, Federal Savings and trot lOs Northerly boundary ., ,
North *4 of Routk H of SW nO la either ::
lx..n Aiaoclatlon NE<4 of Section I. Townahlp 21Knuth n.h,Id Section I at a point ...... foe. MONTR J. TILLIK! JR. Bartow Klnrlda. p.r.nn.Ur"In. :, : ADDRESS
C. by an attorney, your written
I1KOROB CARR
ARCIt I ISO ".11 Mania 14 Eo.1 lying with Kaeterly of tha Northweat eorneiol or or oih.r .f ., If : .
Attorneye for Petitioner any
RIOHT OF WAYThat I In II foot of Ih. Our-el Uen orHiat Mid Section I.I.eaa 1 O. Bog M 10 the Complaint In sold .'tIt nn ior o AnywhereIn
i part of: Road F.-I7-A.. flection 117*. axlatlng rlghle of way IP. Florida before the tin day April IM4 J : : CITY STATS
Tho North H of the South %' i Mid aurvey line being describedaa Containing (.,$ acre, moro *r'owner Bartow Ofu .. : ,
of II'. North K of tho IW'4 of the followa: t U-741. sod ta aaron a copy : '. ? . . S the

Nit% ol gectlon 4, Townahlp Begin at tho Southwoet corner U. 1[. riialred ant LJada I lltp LKR attorney, tA"RLt TiLlrKI'61 :
HlNUKIt
U south Range 14 >..aaiLying of the SEU of Section (, Town (Cnatrad hla wIfe i
of tha ,. In fiveiof IN TNt CIRCUIT COURT OF THI :KLLSWOKTII Ito Eaat! Lemon at I U.S.
within II feat .u .hln 21 South Rang U Eo.1 .t a Subject la: Mortgage
Mouth Florida Avenue Poat iltflr.Hot .
Cay lImo btlng deacrlbed .. tot'fieilla point 1124 N feat Weil of the fJulf Life Inaurano Company IT.NTH JUDICIAL CI..CUIT OFFLOIIDA I '
411 Florid If peel
Lakeland
of PARCIL i* IRO llRRIOMT IN AND .0. POLK
: Southeast corner of tho SW 4
fgill.doao. Decree Pro ('otof.owilt
it tha Roulhwnt comerf ho SB1 of aid Section I: run OF WAY COUNTY INCHANCSAYMOTAO1 0. .nl..d for 10. r.UoI d. :: or
t.ho UK1' of Heclloa a. Towaihl hence North "*11' Weat ISM.O! That part ef: FOASCLOkUMS. pmsod.d
In Oh. ( .
t at a feet to tha Northerly boundarv of Tha SW<4 nf tha tU of Soeon C..* N.. 2eit.1.MI< 'omclalnt.IN h"-
point 14M foet Weil nf lb., aid, Section I at a point 21412 I. Townahlp St South Range POLK FKDKRAL HAVI.NUS: > WITNK$10 WHMIOKOF. I Canada
of the SWti of, AND LOAN AHNOCIATION OP j hereunto .et noy hand .,td 50011 I;
Mouthaaat cornor feet Ito.,.rI" of I b. North w'.1 14 Eaat
ito tho Circuit Court In and for _ _ _ _
Meclloi I runthence Ill of th fur
tho SUti: of Mill ; crvcrnfaald0.ollttnl. Lying within feet LAKELAND corporation > R
NorthWait Utt.i LENS edntlng' rights of way. "TT Line of Sn S-I1-A. Saotlnr ilatlng under lb. law of th. ) Polk County FlorIda, thla Ilk day CITY STATS .
fuel tax tha Northerly boundary of 1 Containing .11 acre, more .r 17*: nIl anrvay lln. kelnj daacrlhed UDI of America of March 1911. .
cold tioollon I at a point M4II I.... .. follow: :::: : Plaintiff. r f, H.of SLOAN Circuit JR.Clerk .ORDER
Court
fill Kaatorly of tha horthwwtajornor Owner! Hubert B. Holmoa. 3r. Begin at tOo Southweet lomb U-714 .
of said Section .. and Franceo H. IInI _.. lola wife of tho SEt of Section 4, Townihlp HERBERT "w. )TISMON, IlL, "-"
I.KS8 eiiillng rlghta of way. Subject to; Mortgage In favorof 2* South Range 14 Meat at a point NORA L. SHIMON hi* I'I'.n" IN TH' CI"CUIT COUIIT 0.
Containing t.II acre, more oruwnor Polk Federal Havlngo and Loan /331." feet Wool of tho Snottieaai wll.. and IRVING LIGHT- THE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRRIOA ;: YOURS
1 Aaeoclatlon of Lakeland: and a corner of Ih. Sv/i* of tha IIM: of !MAN Truitee, CUlT OF NT"N'J"ItO"
: Jay H. Ponpell Mortgage In favor of Anna W. aid Section I: run thenoa North Defendant. <
PASCaL C .RO 13-R. 121-M. 124 Rou. o-lr1 WMI IU.... foot I* thi NOTICI TO DIFINO COUNTY NOW!
RIOHT OF WAY DIIAIN..OI lAtlMINTPARCI. Northerly boundary nf sell ...- TO: HERBERT W. SHIMON. JR CHANCIRV NO. IZ7M.IM02 Ii
That part of: 11 tRD (,.It Inn I at a point 11411 feet Beat and NORA L. SItIMOIJ, his MTIZEIIO OF SUIT
Beg-In at tha Northward corner I.ATISAL' DITCH IIIGHT any of tho Northwoat corner e>l' wIlt. Rout I. Bog 101 CIa,. NATIONAL BANK .
.f the South ol tho North Ui STATION 1174-X.OO nail Section (. moot North Carolina, OK to?. I'KTKRHBURO: a .
>f the South 5 of tho SW*, of That part nf tha North H of thiS Lam nni.tln nOibli of 550.Cualatnlsi and National Banking Aaaoclatlon,
tha NE>4 of Section 4 Townahlpt nth H of NW14 of SEt of Section 0.57 soon. neon .r IRVING I. LICHTMAN. True Plaintiff '
South Range 14 Eiat run I. Township 2* South Range ,.... tee, ./. Mao Inc., 111! I I _
thence North 1M foot, thence.24 ,..ot. lying within II faet ot a Owner Th. Flrat' National Banknf m reel, )t.W.. WeaMngton I, 7RANOCALBFR0ON, S ..Ini.man. .
bat tOO feet thence South ISO drainage eaaement ourver Una on Tampa TO Iftl.. aa BnceoMorTruatee DC. .10.. 01 .1...
feet tbenco Want 141 feel to the State Road S-I7-A. Section 117 under th. Will of Andrew YOU ARB HERMIT: NOTIFIEDl Defendant.
point ol beginning.Lying Mid euro"? Hne being deaerlbed .1. Prultt deooaeed.Sithjoct that ault haa been brought agalnat THUS ITATI OP FLORIDA 1 r ::
within u feet of tho aur- II followatConwnenr tot Teetamentary eon you, each of you Ibln the Circuit TO Any unknown ,
Coy Ii.. of Stato Rood 0 17.0. on t a o Southwoat tout ....ed In The Flrat National Court of the Circuit 0.10..1 grantee: ., aaalgn***, ilenor. ci
ection HIM saId aurvey tin. boo cornel. of tho SEH of _lion (, Bank of Chicago, Truotea. AIMauhloct I In and for Poll Count Flo. edltora,, truatee, or other olalm.
nf d.arrlb.sul aa follow. Townahlp t* South Range 14 Kaat. to th* beneficial Intereit. ,ride. In II"VINo'iASD POLK FED anl by, through under or against
Begin at tho Boutr.woat corn.r aid corner being 1124 H foot Weet reeled In toe following perwne: ORAL LOAN ADMOC1ATION FRANK 'lt.tII; alngle I man
if tUe SKU of Section 4, Tow.- of the 000th... corner of the Ada May Prultt! Barbara (burtcoodaBaiht.nd OP LAKELAND. a and tOUSlE K. a aln.gle : CITY STATS
hip M Mouth Range 14 Mail: atlaS ai.e. tWIt of lbs 8E4 of said Section : Joan Prultt Reerkk, 'corporation eilatlng under tIe lawiof women, and/or '
UI.." foal Wilt 01 th. (. run thenca North ( If Woat Raymond Andrew Prultt..Mil the United ...... of America. erty auhject matter of.I :"I.r'P':: ,
outb..t oo..r 01 lb. 'WI4 01h. KU.7I feet to bealn drainage ca..- AND AODRItlSI OP ,th. ..... being a soil to for.. You are hereby tol If led that a ,
11114 .1 said auction I: run m..lSlrvo y line: rna thence DEOINOAPITS SICT100I ,,1_ the mortgage en the follow. Suit haa bee* filed agali'
''n'. Norlh "S" WII' IUO.I North 1f'21' Meal IM foot to .nd i7oo.tiio I-IT-A Ing described real property volt end each of you, by'
..t t. .... Northerly boundary of Mid I drainage oaaoment avrvay Odell Bader, a* Parcel $1Enarutrin : Begin it th* SW comer of g\lI\ t.lpT ";: : ko. BANK I
.1" atin... Ian oolnt III'.' foot of lb. SRD151E.IaOS "PMIVATO TOURIST FARM"a.ttn.n a Nalonal j
:;;.ten? of th*- ) .rtbw..1 ewner Suns ....Un. rl.hta of way.f'olaleloi of Albert Seder on Replat ef Lota tJI. Banking Aaeoclatlon In
If saId ttoetloa .. 566 .c... .or. .r lecea.ed II II .nd 101 t* 1SI of ECHO be above entitled cau.e; and that ;

1 ..... .ot.tbul rlfhta of way.Cola.laboi I.... Jll Woodward TWos TERRACE an Addition to the YOII an. b..ob requlrld 10 fIle ..
I '.11 act. mor* or Owner! tala Hart Henry.FAftCII. Lakeland. Florida City of Lake Alfred. Florida, 'our Anewer ItO the Clerk of o
11 SF.O M Carl Linger Parcel *2 according M plat thereof recorded thIn Court, and to eerve a copy 1
J Uwneri William ft. Fowler and RIGHT OF WAY TriOs Langer bAD *..ft. lllRIM In Plat Book 21 Page thereof upon the Plaintiff or Plal,. ,4
llovla f. Fowl.r hla wlf. That part ef: lake Hunter Drlv. U, Publl Recorde al PnlkCely lIft'. Attorney, whoa aam. and
laubject to l Eaeement I. favor The South H ef the South 5.4 Lakeland Florida Florida, and run MasS addrnas lei ALBERT C. WIttILY, "
l ': w.. I. Habel and Bhlrley A.Lbel nf th. North 4 of th. sw<4) *rth fools Menu Parcel *' 41* feet and North U* feet fora Attorney at Uw, 4441 Central Aveue -
.... wife: and a )lor..... NEH of Seotlon .. Twehlp Julia M.",... SIlO ...., lll-R Point of Beginning' for thi St. Petersburg, Florida, not
of Outf IJIe Inauranoe :It South Rang 14 Eaat 311 Terrac War .....lpllo.1 thence North 10* iter than April II, 1M4.
favor
..', Lying within tl feet of tIe enr lakeland florid* full therw Meal t* the Canal: If you fall to d* an, Decree Pro BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED .
I Ag'7 ISO ,.-" v., lIne of SR I-I7-A. Seotlon ISiS. Harold a Pick Parcel r thene* South to a point directly Confaeeo will' b* entered ..,''n.1
KiaHT OF WAY Mid eurvey lln being ......1_ Berollowa Madonna Plrk SRD $4-R. IllbCactI I Meat ef tke point of Begin- lou for the relief demanded In
01 : Lake Road SIng: thence Wilt to the Point he Complaint. i M IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL INFORMATIVE .
aS parS : South H Begin at Ih. Southweet corner Route I. Bog III of Beginning for thle dean-ID. nature of aald soIl being "
[1'1': 8ICti at SonS. of th' 8114 of Section I. Towneblp Lakeland Florida ,for _....,.. of mort.... r.- EDITION THAT WILL TELL
r..... Panel If* andoe Ire hereby required to ordd In Official Record Book
It tout*, eUn..|re 14 Vail at s Polk Knterprtaaa,
(, Townahln Iaulli..n:: feet Went of tux P. 0. Bog 441 SRD t-b, ..., file with the Clerk of said Court 0t, page 111 Puhlle Reoorde of g
Florida In Bartow "...Id.. either pereonally Florida: THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTYIN
lln" withIn 4* feel of tin .u, Houtheaet corn.r of tre '' of I Lakeland. Polk County covering
h' ...t. Road '-"-.A.I the pall lection ::14 ran Harold H. Harvlll. PareelaTIRdna or by an attorney, your] Let 7. In Block A, of CALD.WFLL P
of ..id wrvwacrlbed b. boo thence 'iorth .*ll* Weat "$.$. C. Harvllle SRD ...R, IM written Aaawer or other ..'.n.... ESTATES Auburnd.le, WORDS
I low 1I7D
( followai: foot to the Northerly boundary of 11.17 Clvltan If any to tha Amended Complaint Florida, according to plot ,
,r 1 aa BoathweM sooner Mid Oration I at a point ...... feet Uikeland, Florida In eald enlt en or "before the let Ib.reol.rd.d In Plot Book
at the" Uoa '. T.wn.hlp Eaalerly of th* Northwoat corner Ukeland Pederal Sav. Parcel #tInge day of April, IM4 and to soon 17, peg tt, Publlo Record of PICTURES and ADVERTISING
E(4 01 e aat, at lot paid Section I. and Lou SRD *.-R, UOAaeoclatlon a copy tjpoa PlaInliff'satloroya, Polk County Florida together
14
out, Ron.font Wont af 11.: I.EHS e.l.tlng right of way. BENTLET, MILLER. MINDER.CARR. with the following .....rlbed
$ .. lbs SW14 o/ Containing all sore. more or Ill Meal PineLakelend CHILES ELLSWORTH. Itema of property which are
,..' rrer of SectkM I; run 1- Florida 10 Eaet Urnon at south Florida, located In and permanently In. 1 NOTE: To hove your firm represented
114 01 paid Ward "3'.OJ'' Own.rl Boa P. Vllwu'n.". Jay H. Poppell ..roof.' A noano. Peel Office Bog 4M, Lake stalled a* a part of th. lana
04h ..st' boundary ofctlon .......C.1. 14 $50 lot.II 441 led I E. IRD #11-p land. FlorIda If you fall M do eo provemeate on said land: In this issue call
tbo Northerly n.... SIGHt 0" WAY Washiegtnl. D. C.William Decree Pr* Confneo will be en: Holly Wall Heater. Model 1311WITNES N a a aU
( at a point Thai p.rt 011 i It. Fowler, Parcel .4 ter.d for the relief demanded In $ my hand the eeal of
t.rly of lha Normweat. aor- Tb. North H of th. North' H of Clovle r. Fowler IMP .t-Jl. th* Amended Complaint.IM thin Court, at Bartow. polk Ceun-. Bob Powell at 6861151TueRCI.
said $ocbins 4.nol.llng of lb. outh 44 of Ik. SW-4 of I". Koute I. Bog ... ill.R, Ill WITNESS WHEREOF I I': Florida Ihla Ilk day of "."''h.
rIgOU ::. or 112104 of Section 4. Townahlp ttHouih kelend. florid .have hereunto oat my hand a adal A. D. IH4.D. .
.Ia 430 aurA Range 14 Eaat. Kdwla S. Haket Parcel ** .. In th* Circuit Court la nad H. ILAAM. JIt.COV.fIAV,11Io !
LKBSThe South lit feat .f tke Olin., A. Hahet. SOD #11-N, for Polk County Klorld*. thIs. Hat Circuit Court
: LoIs' Mare Hanoi Il-A. ItO Want III foot ll-erwrf: 114* S. Florida Areaue 111.ItLikelaad. day o< February. I.... ([
S laying within II feet of th. ..... Flortoe- D. H. SLOAN JR. By VIVIAN A. Pl'RVIl ,
fliGHT OF WAY oar line nf Utete Road S-tT-A. Seetlo .. lilt Lire ......... Parelf'll Clerk of Circuit Court liepony CI.... W

nOb 40 of 10: feet ef th. South ll>'*> amId Survey Lin be,Company BUD glt-ft, 114 U.71. <(< .'" J.


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r should be a barrel of fun: eight a state legislature. "Yours, Truly ,. 7WAta4rnE cfrv Mr fwd 8'Vr- i AtEN CIF wAMeettir ttAVE r RETURN-Q
Sl'.IS
( of the 13 new shows are comedies Danny Taylor" on Friday .CREAMS'J ( pRUMMERKMele
l and all art half-hour nights a newspaper tale "Mr. Ire I I 1c' FINIONEP'

Broadway" on Saturday nights \ .I 1I
shows.New /
Programs Listed with Craig Stevens, Is an action- / 1 /
New programs Include "Llv- adventure series about a pressagent
ng Doll" a comedy with Julie who does amateur detecting o5TErH

Newmar playing a beautiful robot : n
j and "BUI and Martha," ( The one new variety show S
with William Bendix and Martha will be "The Entertainers" with

+ Raye, another comedy. 'Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart 'sIMYt M I Y'r 'LK /1Y,9 W7M rw

These will' fill the Sunday night among the stars on Friday 7 tic

ft hour opposite NBC's "Bonanza" i nights. A documentary series -LL. I ,;
one of the toughest competitive "World War I," will be seen on a-- 1 r e.

spots In television Tuesday nights
Other comedy shows are I "The Nurses" will be movedto

it Y I "Many Happy Returns" on Monday a Tuesday night spot; "The Yci4DER'lbhie: THose! SINEW,

night, about a man who defenders" to Thursday eve- HILLS, oft MI6HT'( LEESRibE TZ r lE WiNO BECAMM OOisti
works In the complaint department nings; "Password" to Thursday CH SLEEt Nc8Lelpewrc
of a store; "The Cara Williams nights and "Rawhide" to Fri STEED f C OP SPeE"J 'GICCW UP'.ter

Show" on Wednesday a days A number of other will :
hu.bsnd.wlte series; "The Mun- have new times.
CLEVELAND GRANT ters" on Thursday, a series *
about a family that look like Recommended tonight: "The l{

Audubon Society Slates Frankenstein monsters, with Richard Boone Show" NBC, ,
Fred Gwynne and At Lewis; 9-10 (EST)-conclusion of two- LIS.

The Baileys of Balboa," also part drama of politics "The .
Final Film Of SeasonThe on Thursday, with Paul Ford Aren.." .
1THAT'

Lake Region Audubon of tickets are being handled by' ::" :::O t.v
Society and the Lakeland Recreation Sanborn Camera center and will' -
WORRY CLINIC
Department will pay also be available at the box
tribute to National Wildlife office. Proceeds will support a
Week on Friday with the presentation conservation education scholar MT AN1 THE WIFE WERE ALWAYS ANOTHER
Will REASON)
of the last Audubon ship to a teacher In Polk County Study Agenda EXPECT N' ER''ROUND LAST CRY INSIDEIFi
i WONT CONE.EyLtTtt49tMs.a
Nature Theater film lecture of .
the season. I Avoid Wasted TimeBy NIGHT WHAT 'APPi:NK>?

.

"Birdwatcher's by Cleveland Holiday Grant, narrated will Teaching W. Crane Ph.D. M.D.

have Its Florida premier at 8 George .
o'clock that night at the Civic I /I U
Center Theater. Code Is CASE MU: Clark K., aged Crane mention?" 14

Filmed In some of the great H was a GI. who decidedto Make a game of trying to I

est birding areas In this country StudiedTALLAHASSEE go back to college when outguess your teacher! To do
and Canada the color motion his term of enlistment was this, develop your own exam

picture also has a great over. a* you perform your second
deal of film footage on native (AP) A "But, Dr. Crane" he pro and slower reading of the total
tested miserably "I don't assignment
mammals and wild flowers. code of professional and ethical
know how to study at the fast If your professor usually n c
Time-Lapse Featured standards for the teaching profession clip needed In college. gives you a True-False quiz

Especially notable are the In Florida was under "So I am barely making a over each chapter (as Is true

blossom development t I m elapse study today by a member 'C' average. Are there any of most psychologists who use June Lockhart's TenureOn

pictures as the camera committee of public school and shortcuts to improving my my textbook) then expand

focuses on jack.in.the.pulpit. college teachers and admlnlstra grades and perking up my your own test to 35 or 40 Lassie Show Over
iris, lillles and other colorful memory?" statements just to be sure you .
bulbs and buds tors.Under overlap his 25. The
Also featured wildlifeof a law passed by the Yes, and the first shortcutswere It then becomes a lot of fun By BOB THOMAS "departures" in which Lassie
the are the birds of 1963 Legislature, teaching became mentioned yesterd.y.namely to see how well you can outguess AP Movle-Televblon Writer would get away from June and
western deserts '
'
In Florida make the HOLLYWOOD (AP) June her series ton, Jon Provat
the Florida marshes and thousands a profession and prof. '
.
of wild ducks on the won the consent of the lawmakera .' a daily "StudyAI.nda" So pick out every meaty Stars Lockhart'i dog day are over. The departure had the dog staying

Canadian prairies Sequences to set up Its own standardsand to Item and phrase It as a trueor After six yean as Lassie's with a forest ranger playedby

filmed In Manitoba show nest- policing of It* rank avoid wasting | else a false statement, as mother she can now take a 'Robert Bray.
ing birds of all types, waterfowl The committee, under chair time. follows: "I could lee the handwritingon
marsh and shore birds, man Phil Con.tanalr., of Titusvllle Then "skim I T. Dr. Crane's text listed Impel drink In public. the wall" June said, "andit

raptors and song species. planned to complete Its read" your as-1 three basic rules for learning A* it happened, the didn't was" signed by Smoky the

A graduate of Oberlin College work before the end of the cur aignments by I (I'. 82) Ilunl have a drink when we met for Bear.

Grant spent six years on rent school year and offer it to "racing the ] F. He offered eight Objective By Carroll! Righter lunch but It was a comfort for At season' end she found herself
the staff of the Chicago Nat- member of the profession for clock" 10 you ) Determinants of Attention her to know that she could. As replaced by a forest
ural History Museum. His hobbyof adoption. can give a (p. M) long as she was one of the stars ranger.

photography soon became his The Professional Practices brief "once- F. The first of these was of the "Lassie" how, the was Was she sorry to leave?
1 over" to may- "Uniqueness" (p. 56) restrained from that
vocation and he has shot more anything "
Commission, as the group is DR. CRANE "You bet, ahe admitted. "It
be 25 or 30 Keep on till you have 35 reflect the Lassie
than 100 miles of film on the might against
called also planned to hammerout was an actor's dream- teady
native birds and animals of pages In 10 minutes. true-false statement, List TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1864 image.
.
rules for teacher preparation work excellent pay, a wonderful
Then back and the reference In
go "pick page
North America. He produces an'evaluation of beginning teachers, the meat" out of the assignment so you can quickly parentheses GENERAL TENDENCIES duties ahead of you seem unending Drink Causes I'prearSuch cast and crew, and a chanceto

average of one new nature filma and standards for remaining in but concoct a running check back on yourself if you You now find It necessary to they are soon com wordage appeared In the do a good scene now and
year and was formerly associated the profession True False or "multiplechoice" forget get your practical affair on a pleted, If you dig right In. contract she signed. But (hedidn't then Yes I even liked Lassie
with the National Audubon
exam as you read. And list the right answer, more secure structure which Have a good system. Be specific know how stringently It It's really a wonderful dog"
Society screen tour lec
can do by
you seeing that
1 turer. AT THE THEATERS Suppose you are assigned such a* "T" or "F," In frontof with fellow workers and would be applied. She found out
every single item of
I Friday night's lecture.film is Chapter II in my college textbook each statement for then II properly attended expense to and they cooperate with vim. in her second year with "Las

I open to the public. Advance sale TodtrMOV.FILMLAND. Ores Dorllni OKIVI IN ood For I entitled "Psychology Applied you can cover up those answer by thinking out a more Intelligent CAPRICORN (December 22 sie" when television magazine Lakelanders'
fcovo *r Monty ." The chapter deals with and drill yourself over to January 20) You have a fine reported that she had taken a

Tod. ..4.50v5 Tomorrow THIATI' "Who'I lose 'Learning and Memory" and the entire chapter within I budget to meet your obligations opportunity to show your talents drink during an Interview."It .
INTMlshys 11I..1.. ID ai, a.,," runs to 42 pages. three minute even as you usual responsibilities and at this time, so be sure was a half jigger of Daughter Gets
D IV UINILAN..5555.5W commitments. Be exact
Twist !ud Tomorrow Bundor In NtwVMk Allot yourself Just 10 min walk to the classroom. to make the right contact scotch" she recalled '"Well,
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i %VT"VHKV,,*' womss" utes to "skim read" It while precise. Be charming Amusing other you never saw such a fuss when Church Post
Todi. :."ana Tomorrow. "Of. I.,..... racing the clock Thta keep each chapter'sset ARIES (March 21 to April will turn the trick. the article appeared. A delega

moss T..ATlIl 5N..1 In that 10 minutes you can of questions for use In your 19) Expert should be consulted AQUARIUS (January 21 to tlon flew out from the sponsor's
TM NlgW Tod,''5t,1.Pun In nl .&,oleo"SIobvd"a :Ls. TM5i catch the sectional headingsand review before the final exam. now who can assist February 19) Either you or headquarter In Camden NJ Libby Robert, daughter of

TehOMT.sH.t.lLAST Tech (....e"MOON and "TII.DIIIVI.IN ChopponOTHIr .. the tables as well as the Thus, Inside of just one hour you to get along better with someone else living under your I had to attend a meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Us B. Roberts of
) CITIUAtHtJRNDALI three basic laws of learning you can review an entire text. higher-ups. Follow their advice roof has been out of sorts and nine men at which this breachIn Lakeland, has been called as
D.I.'Wits'I lass Determinants and lucceed Get matters home life Is Music Director for the Belmont
( ."' [ In Mr Bear" plus the six "Objective book like mine which run to not what it shouldbe. the Image of Lassie' mother
I AVON PARK" Hll.nl: "Simdtr In of Attention" In S4( page. of real estate Improved Make amends quickly Buy Baptist Church Calhoun, Ca .
New was deplored"After
BARTOW-Outdoor Bro Bro Blrdli contrast to the four "Subjec- A quarter of a million students easily thoughtful little gift*. I where the Rev.
NIGHTI! and Runntno CITY-:Uw MknMAINEB HllnnOloMI" : live Determinants"You In Liberal Art and TAURUS (April 20 to May PISCES (February 20 to all the oratory. June Claude McBride

I r, aboLtINT5NTAINMINT' LAKI Allur WALES" ond "V
I At ,... II 1. 1 PLANT Brld "CITY and -To Cotltol C.Uh: Moll o This OrdOl." and tables, plus several Illustrations from my college textbook bring personal and business Information In your newspaperor stand heart disease than I comingout Miss Roberta t
JaN rohoa"SUNDAY Pt.CITY-ater1it, Mliidvonlumof Thus you can get a In psychology and this true- alma within your orbit of in other reliable media that against has assumed !
I In .Mrrlln r.noon JODM" and Pt.. WormJIBRINO quick bird's eye view of the false procedure Is the usual fluence. You can be very will help you to advance, ex So for the remainder of her her duties. The '

IN NEW YORK" SEBHINO--florldo eToo. :"II'.I"Tho-"VlcUin"..b.1 lid entire chapter In just 10 min-' policy of their professors souse charming and this Is the dayto pand. Handle routine matters contract she curbed her considerable choir program [ 5

At *<.. Only WAUCH t"tf:" ltoII'" PIMM Mot sates it even in high school prove It. Realize your desires efficiently. Be dynamic.IF sense of humor and Includes an !
*or>MIA LOmN ." ..... said nothing that would detract Adult Choir < r
No end V r> Pr Attar Parents start out your YOUR CHILD IS BORN (35 ,
"THAT KIND WINTBR lon and ftA VEN-IIU.Mu Dr It.nl" Thea go back and lift out grade school youngster with GEMINI (May 21 to June TODAY he or she will have from the homespun simplicityof enrolled), a Jun-
J.od.'l\ ;
...
OF WOMAN" WINTER HAVIM- : the Lassie family. Then last
1h. Junll... Ooddm tat "Mood of the Important Items that your these shortcuts to more ef- 21) Any personal duties can be the tendency to deliberate too ior and intermediate f
Lo. professor would be likely to ficient study habltsl Now Is quickly discharged now and much or expect other to do fall she sensed that her tenure Choir (411

insert In his examination the time to make them of college you rid yourself of the unwanted much of the work in life, If with the lovable collie would not enrolled), and a LiBBY
i GROVE PARK questions. caliber. Others desire proofof you do not early give a little be forever. Primary Choir

SHOPPING CENTER They usually consist of So send for my booklet your loyalty affection. necessary prodding so that Handwriting Seen (31 enrolled).

LAST NITEI 'definitions" as well as "How to Tutor Your Child at Show It to them without restraint the work habit will be formed The show's bosses had Juneto Mis Robert I II a junior voice
-TIIIIT Deep 0...." 'laws" and such Item as Home," enclosing 30 cent anda and telf.reUance learned. major at Shorter College. Rome.
HUN M'- lunch and explained that
A' ?M 4 10 IS f 11:.' "How many Objective Determinant long stamped, return en- Much talent In this chart Ga., where she Is president cf
CHILDREN June be
MOON ( 22 they might shooting someCROMYKO
"EIGAH"ARCH "'1.1.. Met.SO of Attention did Dr. velope. to July 21) You need to widen though and once good money the Shorter College Chorus, and

I..MAIL c.... _JR your circle of friends and thisIs Is being earned, all begins to IN SWEDEN also president of till Baptist

A'.. At .-.. Only ':OO.a .:00 a good day to do so. Step go well. MOSCOW (AP) Foreign Student Union at the school
She is
a member of
the Po-
"THE CHOPPERS" New' Sh.wl.e pM out socially and meet worth Minister Andrei Gromyko of
lymnlan Society and I II also
AnK HOI Jr while persons. Throw a partyor Malaysia May the Soviet Union new to Sweden active
In the Shorter Christian
1 MARTINa Becnr attend one this evening for a four-day official visitat Association the
LEO (July 22 to August 21) the invitation of the Swedish YWA's. and
Not Use DraftIn the Camerata Music Club.
r Sleeping You must step out more In the government. Miss Roberts has recently
business or social world so
Last TIM TONITI 111M., will notice and been elected to serve as aa upcoming .
that other aspect
ALL COLOII P.se.ANt Bed?' Show ability. Near FutureKUALA Approximately 3.5 million pedigrees senior representative of
... n:.. 4r' you. your of dogs are registered In the Women' Dormitory Council
_''I .... t-. ..,... Get the support from higher- LUMPUR Malaysia the United States. at Shorter
that will to
"..... Owe ..'".." ups help you put (AP)-Foreign military experts -
Shows otS plans across.
..... reported today that the Malay-
"MM Al (:" MALI *
'M "".. Lovo or Mourn' I:" >H I.a. T 17. Mv"StanleiKubrick's VIRGO (August 22 to Sep sian government apparently
tember 22) If you search for
doe not intend to put conscription
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Into effect In the near future
THEATRE OF THE STARS I way to operate In the future .
you impress close ties favorably -
The experts said the country'smilitary
NOW SHOWING AT 1 Get new associates. They establishment could

so wstewa 1:21: .:21. 5:11 can supply vital data you not handle a sudden large Influx -

0'114 U45 7e34. ,,R7 need. of trainees and that there

.. t I 1 f5Mw LIBRA (September 23 to i* no evidence of plans to alter
I f' / "TV.r <\ "t October 22) Getting obligations the situation. Just tell us how much you need
I-\\!\ money
I behind you I II very Important Two reason were suggested
: to pay bills for home Improvements
Dr.StrangelOYetnHwILurnriTiStopWtrnlM today especially taxes and car
"NI51y for the announcement last
+ the like. Is your Insurance week that men between 21 and repairs, vacations, tor all your seasonal

I : paid up? Be very thoughtful of 29 would be drafted for military expenses Phone for prompt ur".cel

A II LIYI TIle E aaIRsoaNw R wife husband tonight. training One was an attempt to I LOANS UP TO $600lrau

sa.m SCORPIO (October 23 to November convince the Indonesians that

21) Certain associate Malaysia I II preparing for the ,

who have Important issue to worst if diplomatic effort to ,
discuss should be seen today settle the crisis between the
Don't procrastinate. You could two neighbors fail.
STARTS iftutfne j \ imvaJft> TIMPTID John** SI.N Mmk 'PoUixo .. tomtit.*' .y Wife lose out on certain profits and The other was an attempt by I

THURSDAY hdlbill tTL Is.. ..<. III" silt lrln."s (f""t .,., Julie N*....) .th, ., you would disappoint them I the ruling Alliance party to FINANCE SERVICE, INC

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ABBY: I have a neighbor whose husband travels. harder then my mother gets disgusted and chases us both

I have always suspected that the liked my husband, but I out of the kitchen and she ends up doing it herself. My brother MRS iX1P5HIREDOESMT 3-WH4TA TRAGIC

didn't pay much attention to It because h, never encouragedher. Just runs off and watches television while I sit around feeling 4:: UV totr+E

One night, when her husband was out of town, the called guilty Can you solve my problem? HEREANY,' MORE E EATS
HERE'S HERFORWARDING
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here and laid she was hearing strange noises, was afraid to GUILTY GIRL ,//O

stay there alone, and could she run over and use our couch. DEAR GUILTY If your brother thinks YOUR fall( b easier
ADDP.LSSUoa
I said, "Sure come over." Well she came over dressed up than his, and YOU think the work Is "equal switch Jobs .

like she was going to a ball I fixed coffee and the three of with him. And If he must complain tell him to keep his voice RSNTVOU'17E

us sat around watching TV. Meanwhile, she didn't take her down. Kids have ben ducking work that way for years because p

eyes off my husband The next morning when I came Into they know that mothers would rather do It themselves )>

the kitchen to make breakfast there she sat all made up, than referee a fight ).

wearing a nightgown you could read a newspaper through.I yS JI .t.tJ."r-

heard my husband coming, so I threw her an overcoat. I DEAR ABBY: Our single, 32-year-old son has threatenedto r

said nothing. How should I act toward this neighbor from leave his father and me and get his own apartment. He

now on? claims he.wants to "live his own life... Nobody is living his .
.......
WANTS NO ENEMIES life for him while he is making his home with us. I tell him

DEAR WANTS: You may not want enemies but you don't he should live at home until he gets married. He says he > TO LOOK
TRYING TO T1AR"wi SUE
want any friends like your neighbor either. Avoid her. Should will never get married If he stays here with us. What kind ALL NOWJUST RICHT.MONEV. R HORMS OW ,1 UK! EAR TN ClRl.6ymrmwHiit

you accidentally meet, be polite, cool, and distant. of thinking is that? /-I1A Rosa BUT TTaEPe.RTV'3 RELAY, ,
A MOTHER OVER LIZ IS
MOOMJ5 .
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DEAR ABBY: I am IS and my brother is 13. Our JobIs DEAR MOTHER: I think It's sound. He should quit MAID AND-WELLJHANKSn

doing the supper dishes every night. We have a system threatening and move.CONFIDENTIAL FOR COMING. /C(< ZD

He is supposed to clear off the table and wash and I wipe, *

put away and sweep the floor This is an equal amount of TO D. D.t "Good manners are made upof

work isn't It? Well, he always picks a fight about whose Job petty sacrifices." (Emerson) Have some.PUZZLE.


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began In December 1961 I Johnson has named comedian
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banned Monday on atate operat' Capt. Thomas J. Bergin, Schen- a fire that destroyed a wid- South Viet Nam.

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effort to prevent smoking-oniy Maine; 1st Lt. Kenneth A. ephone line had burned. She the Medal of Freedom for distinguished -

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It LAKELAND LEDGER,_Tuesday, March 17, I"C

--- Comedies Dominate HEREtj3OUHT WANT YOU TO FEEL. AT
NANCY DID YOU YOUOMETHINp HOME IM YOUR LITTLE

CLEAN UP YOUR $
MESS ROOM TO WEAR PIGPENw

i New CBS ScheduleBy 7 TODAY? // r


I, CYNTHIA LOWRYAP playing a marina owner In I /d NOMA'M
Televlslon-Radle Writer yachting community; "Gomer V A

NEW YORK (AP) The Columbia Pyle" on Fridays, with Jim Na

Broadcasting System, bors, In spin-off from the Andy
after weeks of planning and ...- Griffith show playing a Marine
visions of plant haa formally recruit, and "Gllligan's Island'
I announced lu fall schedule. It on Saturday about a group of

Includes 11 new programs and shipwrecked people. !Y
,f I IF 11 time-change for returning There will be three new dramatic -
ahowi I series. "Slattery's Peo-
If CBS Is a trend leader next ple" on Monday evening Is the 45 7MF/ROA'MAAIOS flwmv/x nte SHOUTS ntf w me MAMfst wit. MEvrxfo/rsfr wecoto voiceS'
fall's schedules on all networks story of the minority leader of CLOT! me WAMKSl RUSH TOSTRETCH t f TMi ISRYiMAMtaM2

should be a barrel of fun: eightof a state legislature. "Yours': Truly s1 ,e t'rsee 7wxc ermt ArrMMERSCREAM 7lYC SPrT l MN OR WAMDe51 NAVe! TpI1R aeruRrllq _/ ,_2pItUMMERKe16
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the 13 new shows are comedies Danny Taylor" on Friday i '}
and all are half-hour nights is a newspaper tale. "Mr. ,M, Ie fINI6HfD.a' .
shows Broadway" on Saturday nights
New Programs Listed with Craig Stevens, Is an action
New programs Include "Llv- adventure series about a press
Ing Doll." a comedy with Julie agent who does amateur detect

Newmar playing beautiful robot Ing.The
and "Bill and Martha' one new variety show
with William Bendix and Martha will be "The Entertainers" with

Raye, another comedy. Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart '
These will fill the Sunday night among the stars, on Friday f ; 1L
hour opposite NBC's "Bonanza"one nights. A documentary series.
of the toughest competitivespots "World War I," will be seen on ,
I In television. Tuesday nights.
Other comedy shows are "The Nurses" will be movedto

"Many Happy Returns" on Mon. a Tuesday night spot; "The VONDERT& WE THOSBSNEVW ( r E18ECAMie

day night about a man who Defenders" to Thursday evenings HILLS, OHM16HTY 1 LE65- RIDE TO THE WiNO OPy
works in the complaint depart ; "Password" to Thursday; CH. SLEEK NCBlS.WodoeR 5
ment of a store; "The Cara Wil- nights, and "Rawhide" to Fri- STEED| OF SPEED/ lOc h'.UP' ri

iams Show" on Wednesday a days. A number of others will :

huibsnd-wlfe series; "The Munsters" have new times.Recommended.
CLEVELAND GRANT on Thursday, a series *
about a family that look like tonight: "The lo{

Audubon Society Slates Frankenstein monsters with Richard Boone Show" NBC ,
Fred Gwynne and Al Lewis; 9-10 (EST)-conclusion of two- iiTT00
"The Baileys of Balboa," also part drama of politics, "The
Final Film Of SeasonThe on Thursday, with Paul Ford,Arena." ,

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,
Lake Region Audubon of tickets are being handled by ::" ::: .".:::-:: s.o
Society and the Lakeland Rec Sanborn Camera center and will -

reation Department will pay, also be available at the box WORRY CLINIC --- -----
tribute to National Wildlife office. Proceeds will support a
Week on Friday with the presentation conservation education scholarship Will MEAN THE WIFE WERE ALWAYS f THAT'S ANOTHER REASON I
of the last Audubon to teacher In Polk Study Agenda
a Coun EXPECTIN1 YER 'BXJNfr LAST WET KY INSIDE-/ \I DIDN'T' CAME
Nature Theater film lecture of ty.
?' NIGHT WH4T'APPENED?
the season. Avoid Wasted TimeBy

"Birdwatcher's Holiday" narrated deC

by Cleveland Grant will Teaching W. Crone Ph.D. M.D. w
have its Florida premier at 8 George I

o'clock that night at the Civic .
Center Theater. Code Is CASE S-tH: Clark K., aged Crane mention?" S

Filmed in some of the greatest 24, was a GI. who decidedto Make a game of trying to IQ
birding areas In this country go back to college when outguess your teacher! To do b=
and Canada, the color motion StudiedTALLAHASSEE his term of enlistment was this develop your own examas

picture also has a great over. you perform your second
deal of film footage on native (AP) A "But Dr. Crane," he protested and slower reading of the total

mammals and wild flowers code of professional and ethical know how miserably to study at"I the don't fast assignment.If your professor. usually .n !' !! 'lt! n" C"-'::.

Time-Lapse Featured standards for the teaching profession clip needed In college. gives you a True-False quiz

Especially notable are the In Florida was understudy "So I am barely making over each chapter (as Is true

blossom development 11 I m elapse today by a member 'C' average. Are there any of most psychologists who use June Lockhart's Tenure I
shortcuts to improving my my textbook) then expand
pictures as the camera committee of public school and
focuses on Jack-In-the-pulpit. college teachers and administrators grades and perking up my your own test to 35 or 40 On Lassie Show Over"departures"
iris lillles and other colorful memory?" statements Just to be sure you .

bulbs and buds. overlap his 25. y TheStars
I Under a law passed by the Yes, and the first shortcutswere It then becomes a lot of fun r By BOB THOMAS [ In which Lassie
wildlife
Also featured are the AP Movle-Televbloa Writer would
from June
get and
1963 Legislature teaching became mentioned yesterday to see how well you can: outguess : away
of the western deserts, birds of her aeries Jon
HOLLYWOOD AP son, Provou
In make the ( ) June
a profession Florida and namely prof.
the Florida marshes and thousands
of wild ducks on the! won the consent of the lawmakers a dally "StudyAgenda" So pick out every meaty Lockhart's dog days are over. The departure had the dog staying -

Canadian prairies Sequences to set up its own standardsand to ] Item and phrase It as a true After six years as Lassie's Robert with a forest ranger playedby
policing of Its ranks. void wasting I or else a false statement, as Bray.
filmed in Manitoba show nest- mother, she can now take a
Ing birds of all water The committee under chair time. I follows: I "I could see the handwriting
types
fowl marsh and shore birds, man Phil Constans Jr, of Titus- Then "skim J Jread" T. Dr. Crane's text listed Impel drink In public. on the wall" June said "andit

raptors and song species.A ville, planned to complete its your assignments three basic rules for learning As It happened, she didn't was signed by Smoky the

graduate of Oberlin College work before the end of the cur by | (p. 52)F. "k lave a drink when we met for Bear.
Grant spent six years on rent school year and offer It to "racing thai He offered eight Ob- By Carroll Righttr lunch but it was a comfort for I At season's end she found her
the staff of the Chicago Natural members of the profession for clock" so you ) jective Determinants of Attention her to know that aha could As self replaced by a forest
History Museum. His hobbyof adoption. can give a (p. 56) long as she was one of the stars ranger.

photography soon became his The Professional Practices brief "once- F. The first of these was of the "Lassie" show she was i Was she sorry to leave?
vocation and he has shot more over" to mayDR. "Uniqueness." (p. 56) restrained from anything that "
,Commission as the group Is CRANE i "You bet. she admitted. "II
be X or 38 Keep on till you have 35 might reflect the Lassie
against
than 100 miles of film on the
called, also planned to hammerout was an actor's dream-steady
TUESDAY MARCH
i pages in 10 minutes true-false statements, List 17, 1964 image.
native birds and animals of
rules for teacher preparation work excellent pay, I wonderful
Then back and "pickthe the reference In
go page
North America He produces an evaluation of beginning teachers, meet" out of the assignment so you can quickly parentheses GENERAL TENDENCIES: duties ahead of you seem unending Drink Causes Uproar cast and crew and a chance
average of one new nature film and standards for remaining In You now find It necessary to they are soon com to do a good scene now and
* but concoct a running check back on yourself if you Such wordage appeared In thecontract
a:year and was formerly associated the profe.slon.AT True False get your practical affairs on a pleted, If you dig right in. then. Yes, I even liked Lassie
or "multipl.choice" forget she signed But ..hedidn't
with the National Audubon
more secure structure, which Have a good Be It's really a wonderful dog.
exam as you read. And list the right answer system. specific know how stringently it
II Society screen tour lec- you can do by seeing that
turer. THE THEATERS Suppose you\ are assigned such as "T" or "F," In frontof with fellow workers and would be applied She found out ,
single item of
Friday night's lecture-film Is Chapter II in my college textbook each statement, for then every properly attended expenseIs they cooperate with vim. in her second year with "Las I
to and
IILMLAND O.VI.'N entitled "Psychology Ap can cover those answers CAPRICORN (December 22 sie" when television
you up a magazine Lakelonders'
open to the public. Advance sale Tod.' "MVl. o..D D.rllas" and ",.., by thinking out I more Intelligent
uw u Honer. plied." The chapter: deals with and drill yourself over to January 20) You have a fine reported that she had taken a
.OVI YN.ATteTod. "Learning and Memory" and the entire within budget to meet your obligations opportunity to show tal-
chapter drink Interview."It .
U? and Tomorrow' "Wh '. DNA your during an
IIJMPI. IB il> Bed'" runs to 42 pages.Allot three minutes even as you responsibilities and ents at this time..J be sure half of Daughter Gets
IVE'IN Op.e ,U, tad U"Tomorrow'AND BHIVt' ..Sunor IMT In Mr yourself Just 10 minutes walk to the classroom usual commitments. Be exact, to make the right contacts.Be scotch"was she a recalled.Jigger"Well)
61101Taaiq.'e Vork" :01h THIATta, Kind ft Wo..n." to "skim read" it while precise. charming Amusing! others such fuss 'Church
you never saw a when Post
Tedq Ion.
OO"y TMATR IN...., that 10 minutes you can of questions for use In your 19) Experts should be consulted AQUARIUS (January 21 to flew out from the sponsor'sheadquarters
The NIeWTe TCKt,,:Blrlt'T'uft In ind Ac."Dr ldIo"Blutbltd Urt" Tahiti catch the sectional headingsand review before the final exam. now who can assist February 19) Either you or In Camden N.J. Libby Roberts daughter of
C. Oar T. Mevi.t aiLVID. .."MOON D.'VI.IN' the tables as well ss the Thus, inside of Just one hour you to get along better with someone else living under your Mr. and Mrs. Les B. Roberts of
TMUy II.. and Thi ChopMrlOTMin ." I had to attend a meeting with
emu three basic laws of learning, you can review an entire text- higher-ups. Follow their advice roof has been out of sorts and nine Lakeland has been called as
men at which this breach
AtraanttDALB D.U"' What Bm plus the six "Objective Determinants book like mine which runs to and succeed Get matters home life Is not what It should Music Director for the Belmont
si'wtni I in Ur Btd) In the Image of Lassie's mother
-- I AVON PARK": HUUI: aundu In of Attention" In 848 pages.A of real estate Improved be. Make amends quickly. Buy Baptist Church, Calhoun Ga .
New Tera was deplored
seamyidpu1laoor' ".,. B,. Blrdli" contrast to the four "Subjective quarter of a million students easily. thoughtful little gifts. I where the Rev.
LAST NIGHT! RAINIII h\-! ,:HalnN, "A OloMlAffa Determinants In Liberal Arts and TAURUS (April 20 to May PISCES (February 20 to After all the oratory June Claude McBride [
SNTSRTAINMINTI ADULT LAKE: 'WAI.EII-IIII'" and "V..."Crui The" VIto.. You will also see charts Business Colleges have studied 20) Much activity on your part March 20) Be sure you look up agreed to avoid any more controversial is pastor.

TJO.llltJANI "IpLANT"C and -''To p l.h': 'N.o\In,3\ ..'orI and tables plus several illustrations from my college textbookIn brings personal and business Information In your newspaper stand than comingout Miss Roberts
'ONO""SUNDAY PLAM' ClTV-atorlllo. 'Nh.d..ntu.., Thus, you can get a psychology and this true- alms within your orbit of influence or other reliable media that against heart disease. has assumed !
I 01 Nes hnISN Md ti,. WOOl.In quick bird's eye view of the false procedure Is the usual You can be very will help you to advance ex So for the remainder of her her duties. The 4'

IN NEW YORK" I BItHRINO.aaR1N0-rlorldw-aeran. "Strtlt-jMttl"Till Helen""udWAUCHUUA entire chapter in just 10 min policy of their professors souse charming and this It the dayto pond Handle routine matters contract she curbed her considerable I choir program

At ..** Only Ramy."''':'' Btirllt*' 'PInM Mo' ate.. It even in high school. prove It. Realize your de- efficiently. Be dynamic.IF sense of humor and,Includes an !
OPHIA I.OHIM Now" .nd ''A Viri rrr' W. .AlliliWlrlTIH Parents, start out your sires. YOUR CHILD IS BORN said nothing that would detract,Adult Choir (35 '.
"THAT KIND and"AyJftrRfta.. In 1r.iOr dli MnaMu .- Thea go back and lift out grade school youngsters with GEMINI (May 21 to June TODAY, he or she will have from the homespun simplicityof ,enrolled), a Jun-
OF WOMAN" wlFrn.. NAVan-Rasa', OoddeN" an ala"t.lwa'"lliCROVI n ofLor. the important items that your these shortcuts to more ef- 21) Any personal duties can be the tendency to deliberate too the Lassie family. Then last Ior and Interme1diate
professor would be likely to ficient study habitat) Now is quickly discharged now and much or expect others to do fall she sensed that her tenure Choir (411

Insert in his examination the time to make them of col- you rid yourself of the un- much of the work In life if with the lovable collie would note enrolled), and a UBBY

PARK questions. lege caliber wanted. Others desire proof you do not early give a little > forever. Primary Choir
SHOPPING CENTER They usually consist of So send for my booklet"How of your loyalty affection necessary prodding so that Handwriting Seen ((31 enrolled).
"definitions" as well I as to Tutor Your Child at the work habit will be formed Miss
NITE! Show Roberts is voice
LAST It to them without restraint The show's bones had Juneto a J Junior
J Dan Oat* "laws" and such Items as Home," enclosing 20 cents anda and self-reliance learned. major at Shorter Rome,
College,
t trr\ RUN eios-a lunch and
explained that
Al ra., 4 sea. f U4S "How many Objective Determinants long stamped return en Much talent In this chart, Ga, where she is president of
MOON CHILDREN
(June 22 they might be shooting some
"EIGAH- .." .h. Mat. of Attention did Dr. velope. to July 21) You need to widen though, and once good money the Shorter College Chorus and

A_*CH HAIL c.l.r _15.Iw son your circle of friends and this is being earned, all begins to GROMYKO IN SWEDEN 'also president of the Baptist
1:00: la 1:00 go well. Student Union at the school
AIM Al fcM SNIP' Is a good day to do so. Step MOSCOW (AP) Foreign
"THE CHOPPERS" Now ShawhifjWho's' RM out socially and meet worthwhile Minister Andrei Gromyko of She is a member of the Pymnian )>

A M* ".IL DEAN persons Throw a partyor Malaysia May the Soviet Union flew to Sweden Society and is also active
in the Shorter Christian
attend
one this evening. for
a four-day official visit
MARTIN Been' LEO (July 22 to August 21) .it the Invitation of the Swedish Association the YWA's, and
IiIiIiIIu. =- SleepinginMy You must step out more In the Not Use DraftIn government. the Camerata Music Club.
business or social world so Miss Roberts has recently

., TINS TONITI. that others will notice and respect I Near FutureKUALA million been elected to serve as an upcoming '
ALL COLDS PROO5AN t+' t Bed? You. Show vour ability. Approximately 3 pedigrees senior representative of
f M>ll'MBarla Get the support from higher- of dogs are registered in he Women's Dormitory Council
can J Burner LUMPUR. Malaysia the United States.
: ups that will help you to put at Shorter
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Shows at. plans across.VIRGO .
n>. AI a..a WIIM' ON..r.. reported today that the Malay
,. (August 22 to
Sep-
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tember 22) If search for government apparentlydoes f
you
not intend to put conscription

THEATRE- Of-- -THE STARS the ways moat to operate efficient In ,the modern future, Into effect In the near future ; r
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; Impress close ties favor ,
you
The said the country'smilitary I
experts I'
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NOW SHOWING ATtI ably. Get new associates. They establishment could

.OWNOWR : 1:11- 5:11 can supply vital data you not handle a sudden large In- !

0'1' U:4S: 1:1..t:11 need. flux of trainees and that there .1 f

I LIBRA (September 23 to is no evidence of plans to alter
i d'' )'" /v"8tanliKubrlckfi"ys! <\ y'a October 22) Getting obligations the situation Just tell how
behind Is us much money you need
you very important Two
: reasons were suggestedfor
r Dr.StrangeloveorHowltuma.TittpW today especially taxes and the announcement last to pay bills/ for home Improvements, car (

the like. Is your Insurance week that men between 21 and repairs, vacations for ill your seasonal'
I rrrl! | paid up? Be very thoughtful of 21 would be drafted for military expensesl! Phone for prompt service
And Un Tin tart
husband
wife tonight
training One was an attempt to LOANS UP TO $600
aa.lw rha.E SCORPIO (October 23 to November convince the Indonesians that
21) Certain associateswho Malaysia Is preparing for the
have Important Issues to worst if diplomatic efforts to
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et Don't procrastinate. You could fail.
STARTS funl'> : ..... ..... two neighbors
!lc OUR TIMPTIB M t Slat (Jack .1) to ,104 a? aa* lose
certain
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THURSDAY Ieri JI11DEpeaa lave ana! Ml air! ',.. "! (I....
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DEAR ABBY y I j O T aOpRT IF YaHADNT THIW THAT5Aa THAT MATTERS l6HT..THEONLV 151141 FEEL OF CE,1F.iuNfT A LITTLE 4W GIANT BIT TO


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Abby, l01I JJ65.Iy

Freeze Her OutA6ga1 Hills selfoddk.wdtemeod. C.II' en/ Include en.esi e. I


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DEAR ABBY: !- have
a neighbor whose husband travels. Is harder then my mother gets disgusted and chase u. both

I have always suspected that she liked my husband but I out of the kitchen and the ends up doing it herself My brother \ MRS. 6CPSHIREDOEShf ?7 WHATA TRAGIC
didn't pay much attention to It T LIVEHERANY :rJOE'S
because he never encouraged ]lust runs off and watches television, while I lit around feeling OpN1E pOWiJ
her. One night, when her husband MORE EATS
here and tad she was was out of town she called guilty Can you solve my problem? HERE'S HERFOwARDIWd ,
hearing '
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strange noises was arto GUILTY GIRL iADDRStif
stay there alone, and could y
she run over and use our couch. DEAR GUILTY If your brother think YOUR fib i* easier !
1 said -Sure
com over. Well she came over dressed up than his, and YOU think the work Is "equal1I1I'Ite1l| Job \\ oRRINT
lIke: she was going to baiL
a I
fixed coffee and the three of with him. And If be must complain, tell bin to keep his vole = ,: ? '
: ui sat around watching TV.
, Meanwhile she didn't down. Kids hare bees ducking work that way for years bee '

eyes ort my husband. The next morning when I "m'hS oasis they know that mother would rather do H themaehre : )>
I the kitchen to make breakfast, there the S
tat all made up, than refer. a fight.
wearing nightgown you could read a newspaper through. 1 VS-o jvcAP .tJ..4f" 2n lv
I I heard my husband coming, ao I threw 1
her an overcoat I DEAR ABBY: Our single 32-year-old son ha. threatenedto 1

I laid nothing.[ How Should I act toward this neighbor from leave his father and me and get his own apartment. He ot

now on? claims he want to "live his own life." Nobody Is living his \a .-1IIItII

WANTS NO ENEMIES his for him while he Is making his home with us. I tell him -

DEAR WANTS: You may not want enemies but you don't he should live at home until he gels married. He tays he YOU'RE ALL RIGHT, [([SHE'S TRYING TO TEAR SUE WANTS TO-LOOK

want any friends like your neighbor either. Avoid her. Should will never get married if he stays here with ui. What kind HONKV. NOWJUST \ NER NORNt3 OFFS UK! EARTH GIRLS.NO .

you accidentally meet, be polite, cool, and distant. Of thinking 1 II that? I'M 5OR"",. BUT THE S. RELAX.
P IfN'5 OVER. LIZZ ,IS A
A MOTHER
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MOOM ,
TRYING TO QUIET
DEAR ABBY: I am IS and my brother t. 13. Our Job DEAR MOTHER I think If* sound H* should quit B MAID AND-WELL.THANKS

Is doing the supper dishes every night. We have a IYltem. threatening and move A Mr FOR COMING. llh if

He Is supposed to clear off the table and wash and I wipe, *

put away and sweep the floor. This la an equal amount of CONFIDENTIAL TO D. D.t "Good manner art mad up r

work Isn't It? Well he always pick a fight about whose Job ol petty sacrifices." (Emerson) Hare awn*.




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THI* IVSNINO. Airmen KilledIn
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I::::: ':::::l RlOTrMr' ,mtinrl SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) ) SA
a.no-a... OffTO.O..OW LAWQFUL STUFF
MORNIN* Six more American airmen _
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1._. .I '.IOr_ were killed in South Viet Nam
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10 _._..ow.'M..... during the weekend as Red DUB nnHO nruiuuu ny

Il ::=L.'::' guerrillas shot down a U.S nnirn

II _Th. A..u M helicopter and a spotter plane. I Yesterday' cryptogram:

.la-M 0000550_.N' ..*_lud.II APT.ON005I7 Four of the airmen were DI A T. N M I Modern ladies' shift far thing 1HalArNS THAT AND WSRS 5111014, MV.Y6I MOUEtTEP M I TBLPlK t WILL NOT
._NinMnirtm OrMr* aboard the helicopter, which 101 cant A COMMANDO TRAINING THAT A U .AlKIVKCBOPDCEft YOUZ AM V SfBAH WITH
U" _5e-MU...-.c."l InMriu LIMN** was hit by ground fire Sunday' from f.rthlnlal. y MRS.YUR,0FFOOG MevsO INRIOa n SACS PROM WHICH 10COFRC1 COMB HER. A4AIN T Moo VIHTIM3AMUTAWK
a IO-H..,.... oA ..,.r>WM at 171016Destroys NEDlg0uOUR NUe THe INDSPENreca OTUCB NEW 'ID Petee TNa MATTSR WAR IN /
I 1 10--T.>_k>..A, NunMr InMrkiO 100 miles south of Saigon. I Ci'3 3 BAND WIOra TO A OF THa fOUNTa'Y' AFRICAN OOVOONMSNN'pra WITH HIM,,, ANY PORMfall'
> The other two airmen were V.e.AIR. PORL.OiN WHIRS Volt 1450BI3 /
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aboard an Lit spotter plane Fire Bob Hope To
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..-WhBfft..,_Nw,.. Kills j Jf
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the number of Americans killedin Jo' \

action In the Viet Nam war Cats SkunksONEONTA u1 t tIi.
Schools BanCigarette since the U.S. buildup In Viet (AP) Presl- ,1 7 I

in December 1961. dent Johnson hal named comedian p .
Nam
Sales began N.Y (AP) A Bob Hop to succeed Henry / ,. ,IhN1

The Defense Department said Van Gogh painting valued at Cabot Lodge. ,

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) the dead airmen were: $14,000 was lost, and 28 cats Hope bn't going to take overLodge' I I 11, lN'A '

The sale of cigarettes was Aboard the spotter plane: and 2 pet skunks died Mondayin Job a. ambassador to

banned Monday on state-operat Capt. Thomas J. Bergin. Schen- a fire that destroyed a wid- South Viet Nam.

ed university and college cam- ectady, N.Yand lat Lt. Richard ow's home in the hamlet of Mil- He I It succeeding Lodge as a NOODLaTscf IT5 NICE OF 6ABS8 MIS NOT Ma's <,pyiwIMRS.

Jaeck. Milwaukee, Wis. ford, north of Oneonta. member of the Distinguished sal 511 Ci A" TO 88 606Y. ATMETlC BUMSSYMPATHETIC PuopYwtluLT.
puses.
Sarah Klewe 70, was unableto N Tt'NWHATPD TO POOH OlP POP .
When the rule goes Into ef Aboard the helicopter: 1st Lt. Civilian Service Award Board YOUR SEACcCKWlra

feet in 30 days there will be n o 1 Roger E. Cauvln. pilot, Carl- call firemen because the tel- which recommend winner forth CALL C EEL !

smoking-onl. bout Maine; 1st Lt. Kenneth A. ephone line had burned. She Medal of Freedom for distinguished dui ,
effort to prevent told firemen she stood in the sM a.
Shannon copilot Lynchburg service to the (r
and tobacco coun-
the sale. Cigar pipe a
are not affected.miuiuuuu .1 V..; Spec. S. Carleton W. UpI road In front of the frame house try In various fields.REFUSED A :

I ton, crew chief. Auburn Calif.:, for half an hour attempting to = !
flag down motorists before any COMMAND
and Pfc. Frank J. Holguln gunner --
A-l RADIO Los Angeles. one stopped. la April of 1861 Francis Blair .. .
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Mrs. Kiew said that two Preston, representing President

& TV SERVICE I The first Successful helicopter years igo she turned down an Abraham Lincoln, offered Robert

..._ N. MM... ..- was designed In 1937 by German offer of 114,000 for the Van E. Lee the command of the -<

D... .ula:.: NM N.M a.MYa7e1 aeronautical engineer Heinrich Gogh original. The call and Union Army, but Lee declined

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Kentucky Ave.. London Ont direct HIM wtperlfsea to operall lupplled Alia Urn Itock at Plumblns sad 111 Sporting Goods

Mr. and Mrs J. L Chapman 'l'llAtltRO I'fAyPi .,,OIDId Drbadost homo ihppplni ........ outonliory .: Poll TralnlBitf Hirdwira
Limi ,
alllll_ 501 i.Dt LIVESTOCK
llOOPINO DIPPDA.LI .er' pOLY FOAM RUBBER
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320 S. Iowa Ave., Meaford Ont ell-I8U .nobIO. larS ...m.n... II. .a BMltloB 010130 l.aar.Slni..r. SIM ..h,.. OUTLIT OPEN BOD8E. Aplrhe cinplni

Dr. and Mrs S. E Dorsey. ieLiP Com Shop) KMCtnotaut 0155. L....... c..on. dir.w > m I.... awn ar MB lloenoo lot W. Cut It ASS Blwlw trallm ..... .. 1B 4 Models
IA8YIII'I'I'IllIO'd Oleeel-1151 Oat w lalw traotvrwnm II Cats Pita I IBOAIID'NO .
Reid Oil.toil. DrB- M.I. IIU .3111. amUkolud Dogs, PAT TOP PRICES Mareb 11-21 PluS ardar and ra.oalfa

320 S. Iowa Ave., Toronto Ont. .. IM. ...........d.. IIP COtorB.ilrlBB ALL TYPIII rooldo.II.1 Sr 55.5Meorda Hlihlindi. A.IIIBOIIfor For Oood Uoed Par.lluraID' .... boBua. 141 IB IM Do.
.. ..... oolMloaal OTinlnst ind BBIWMkosli hOLLY KBin.llChrli Appllincia ivory whoa donlrod. OPOB a..
Mr. and Mrs G. E. Grossman lur(4ID. Inada ....,. r.pIir.d e. 0r5115.5 Boi
4Ukflaad
nm ,.. rods aDd 1..11.. "... 5dn.drdaD MCa'. Ro'f'.s id 505,5 N...... ....1010 trtn0331WAWTBD kl-i ud led lam All,.. Mow .In... Id eb John, IN Perk
202 E. Oak St. Ottawa Ont THE 0' UmpiS 10 hOOI. frn.cTienwriaa ... I'.' "..t Oil.. III1J 1.3131 DAY took. mplr Inptrioa LoOser UuiMrrr Blibwir pnont MU CALL MU 3.2044 Bird. PUMllai Firk

Mrs Edith Hastings New Whirl Wind DII.. la. 1439Lilelind ::1-0..3.
l ba.aMa.
NsRaIaO m ;o-r
LOOK) ALL trp* OrI,. >ndrtpilri Polk Mart
Trading Wonted MlscellmoomMO
Florida Hotel, Stoney Creek Bufclll ittonlloB ll'OB M VI..... sea chirio plinProo Hllli Slid BITTY I POODLe ........ Profusion 112
U,. noodt el men ..Ito... MU ..oitlmal. Llcrnird I........ RSCRITASY. ITINOOllApRltll >l iroBIBlBB, ItUdl, PUP-
EAST
Ont ,..12U, ondod. M L Nkkl Rnollni (nd tictllral worklni condltlimi, lit ELECTRONICMECHANICAL PIN. lau KlIillMB rVld, mop 0.5. XWY. .a FOR >our BiuMd ,.....
Bn. (1I3-4MI. 55.,... 0.l.tfn. 110 1.2311.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hunter AUtO INSURANCE ii.da- Ih. "0..1. MO 1 1WI In week Llndor tndwlrlil

2708 Cambridge Ave., Ottawa donl po Invunncr? I'.nl' .tlnwrlni Company. Contact Mr WHITE: GERMAN Shophtrd B .l lulo 99 SoDh M.t.rs. Supplies GOOD USED 'urn It.," ..d 5551hoa.hid
KIND onUU to pir. Clll MU '..1481nOVy' 24 Plaster 133. tsr .. Shad isO shIll ,. 1_.. To. 501,15 paId.MU .
Ont Northlorlili mliiAUTY WUIM IB 01. 10.1. Say nit 110_..".. .l.I'toss I" Cabin Cr01. wIth 50SIP 3-J4GI Br MU 14104
10JJ
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor 405 Ooni IABRICI auIaIbu.in.... PATCHING BtMllnii. < ,'hint. tar r..I1..... work. Con ..... .nd 1,1 tIlt nrud.elartrlaaia"\1'.11.. 0575. IOU 0..MIdst..03. WANTED: PULL Irniln boll.pod .

Florida Ave., St. George Ont Pai4araa 1W iBG. ..Uo... MOHELKODO AlUritloni ind iddltloni., act Mr ,.Id... Colonial Ben UTIIR OP Oornia phopnordippln 725 10.1" BI.d.PLARa .hl b..... .. 1+13. phono
,". ".( ..tlm",. 110'.''''. Ml Tol I' Khoal: LikoliadWAITRESS ._ _ ASSEMBLER I for ulo it Tour BVBrlet I MU S 1301
Mr. and Mrs R. Barnett railItar 55. IIU ....3.. WAiiiiD 01151 sailor 45 I. has Com ISO Sri Ih.... Po*, BOAn .0' sold dlro.8WhlssaiS ..
O1VE8 In.lent
33'. Slit.FibrilI.I
Rainbow Motel, Sclford. Ont OF Aithma and Hw ....... Prow ... aarsWS .1.lbM iadrP ..iI5.ISa .r. DoOr. OilloBiy Moid prIori.bait cuoipa.p 1" to LabsCASIO TO
WANTED BUY
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rmoBitrallon. B Kennel-DliIbutor .- P1551. 11..1 10 .ssrisarDdAp.ip .
Mrs A. Graham, 402 S. Ken ,, 3ta Hortt florid A..- BUSINESS SERVICE In 555 b sadrltlna. loins Win toY 11....: .....'..Iur.. pinitloBilli (9 llvssteckHALP I I..d."Ii'
tucky Ave., London, Ont. .... 1 ... .n. .....1..... Writs LIt.. dlilrlbulod product, .rul..r. 10 R" Mopri.rymisr. .
1I.l1a. .. SpIhlirou It nod Polk County
I..d tAdsr 110. KNdl ..mil.. ol olooUlcil Bilcnlnirr -
Miss Addie Hickey, New FlorIda I WILL not .be .....n.I". '0' Miut .... MBndirdprlotlrl bId Welch poor. sad- IibaSt.r pie-menu. MU .-,...e
TO work III... U c.1I IIUal.1I.
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dl. isO hrldlP, 1300. LICENSE
br athi LIQUOR
drbta ooatracUd anroni
Hotel Toronto Ont 36 Uwnmewen I Sirvke pf wlrtBl sIngle .n...
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'FDa mr.u. v.boa M. Tu..... ale .. thill II. .bo mat IBlira .
Mrs Helen M. Lee. 209 Patten ., it Ornhound ... 1'.110.STARr norubli ilpotrloil niohlBorr. 103 Fanifhn ft Appliances
BUSINESSYOU'RE P'CfUR' AND SWIG trIflIaU ..... Roaulrod U ......11.. toot and HALP MORGAN hlU tuirKr Write Box M-271
51510S ON iii 15.550.5
Heights Niagara on the Lake R..n..... 121 ""I. aSahi, ,r.ssdsml iissia... Pr.. .,11. roublo Want olMtrloil bookupi 01.... fcitlliB ind WuUrB. Call
Ont VrI... ...... .. 5.pIlrS. o.1IIa All.liar .. Pr,,,S.. .....1.... .. oloclrl-; omo. MU 3-350Oatnhl. Lakeland LedgerAUTOMOTIVE
clan oloolroilw MInI.. 555-7503. I
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Mr. and Mrs. A. E Menzles .. 201 N"III S'arias ANPne. I. .,..nU... Ato or pirtlil hud. SLIGHTLY
BUILDING TRADES IIU .0130. rip U BB d....... WrIU I 92 Wonted Llvetteck! Pets
Sulford
Rainbow Motel Ont a nest egg Money In the .... lltur I* .O. ... 1371 DAMAGED *

Miss Margaret S. Smith. 402S. 37 Mattress Rinivotlnf Wlnui. H.... ,.. Intortiop.
14 Building" CarpmttrlngOOPINO 'mnk ti a real worry killer WANTED' A lew dairy, co"" IP
Kentucky Ave., London Ont IIA1TRnl 'NOVATINO 5.dl 'kind will par top ciPawari prI55 1963 14' rerrlgerator-freezer 116 Au.omokllM Fw Sale

Mr. and Mrs G. Austin Turner WINDOWS. iluBllBUBI ...I... A.. Mstr... eo.. and It'. easy to get Dairy MB 54432. I

E. Lime St. New. "_, poronM. r..."5. utori.oai SI.'. 51,5. MO l4I. combination with freezer at ISIS CHIVT U. air _dl"o."' .
S12i/ *o ..aSU,. IB 1'.,. srCoSUI.ii,5 MERCHANDISE I he bottom Retail value UtOBllUO triBIBtlUlOB Olill.
castle Ont C.m.on. iSDliZd.Pass. 49 Wills Writ. AVON Manager n...... llnlod .1.... II.tM. CBll
Pumps
"U I-UO' a. Cima- MAlf HflPW $400. $250 cash buy It or 550.7143.Es .

CONNECTICUT AFTER ..,'. MU 1 8Q8I r tat LIT MONTOOUERT Ward drill P. 0 Box 1395 95 Ilcycies Motorcycles I make payments of $10.29 PINANC8 TO.. spoOlS is

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Feuer- RPINTIR BLOCK ind brick '.1,5,131.d Inilill jour iur '00'. 54. II 040 dO'L SanshIflO.
riorldl ... frM siiml. HIM month with no down pay U.... Cars. M6-mi
stein. 210 Longfellow Blvd., .o.k. .00. rtum Dp 31 .,. u PIP TRIUMPH AND YinihB
V
... MU alaWDON'T Phws .U 1.1103. ISO ....I... lbs Iris ilirtlnf ment. aa "OA 5454.0., lMesr rucodCarn .
Springdale Call 682-4137 ANlfD nodoli abortS nodol lBr>, ,,'r. 5005. PI.... 1111
INDIANA .151. L.kolnd CysIs Cs.. 755w..u I 8-90'' 10,11..
Lakeland S Mrrnsrlat. 552-0355 Phone 682-0161
Mr. and Mrs Otho Gordon EMPLOYMENT 66 PONTIAC WHOI. snail V.5
10 0DrLI II*555.. solar. .,. u... .ao.Ossl _
420 Hibiscus Drive, Winchester '51 porUtor. A-I condition. ..t11 dillon. MU 2-2aoo.
LET WARDS Cool Irown UMd Cirt .. .
re.ullU ..
VACUUM CLEANERS
Mrs. Ivah Grandstaff 116 52 Kelp Wonted WOMANTo Plarldn ... Plrktr .mdlllonid Btw Rcpalri. pirtiOriitlleld 1060 TltJUMpH ltG.d... e..rl.II. .
for '110O. C.U WI.tor 01,55
Hillsboro Drive Fort
Wayne. NEW AUTO TRIUMPH UO M and Trl.m.bl Bleclrle 9111 ClnilaBdHlllhU CY :J-4H33. Oood condition
Hamlet H. Lett. Indianapolis.Mrs. Ive! In, care for two 300 ... SOUl ptrtoct runnlntpondltloB Bl.d MO 0-MIT '
VACANCIESWORRY R BM>n blr prl..d. OU1JU1 .1 13 RENAULT. Nell HII. 11311I or
M. Stella Waterman, 116 C small children. Nice home SERVICESTATION or M4J 110.1 0C.II IIU 1.114.

Hillsboro Drive, Fort Wayne. AM City EmploymentMALI salary. Call WE BUY 'IT PONTIAC ......11.... i irhUf ....-

97 Articles fer ele-Mlw. P--- Hew olttw?. loll or trBdllor
MAINE YOU. SELL truck. Phono II*.37M.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Arcounlint: TV npilrmin. lib MU 8-3583 rtn toiI5ns _1110., wIn 0.ipo AUCTION SALE TRADE 109* BUICK 51.1,,. hirdUl*.

Mungcr, 801 Lakehunt St., Dover 15,051,300. mtiunnt mir trim Oct.17 .0' Lok.I..d ...... Every Saturday, 7:30 p.m. G-O-O-D 1100 *w it S3I Seat MBIB

-FoxcroftMASSACHUSEITS. M. chef food lindlor. l>nd>rr >, i 54 Help WoRtid, Mal.INPLOy.D Tlri chiBiwOu laos PORD 1-door. V-0 oleenUBS .
Rent them fait with mechinlo ihott moul .. Island lull tlmi Bad BAXLA'S 19M ctwnroi.l .-.._. OIU.
afar Bin
,.irpmtor helper. Hilton .. USED Wool Oak Annua and aUtblMBMU .
NOW' Woot to .bat. parS UmiTunt AUCTION GALLERIE
Miss Anne J. Barry, 822 E. reachlnf tnexpenslve hinle Dais. DIcta nochinlo, dltnl .n'l ... 0..1" R...... CBS P. 0 u* BUB I orBMly. Tbo AutlloB ....." 1-0070

Orange St., Newton I Classified Ad. Phon. MU I. Ml Lakeland Part Sims BitchiBKSen w. Bur or Sill In Tn42U FURNITUREWARNOCK 117 Anttmebiln Went )

Thomas L. Barry, 822 E. "EMALI: PAY 1121 p.r WOrk lot< I cow InitBllir. B.r. IS W.
-1131 tod"1o start your sop's d..lm..1 m.... ... ... IB trdiB Boonlor lor major Ph... MO .-...>>
Orange St., Newton. ...dll ms,.. kb. ...bnl.I... its.Al. oil Mrtk IUIWB. mill ,....\0 Mullllf and lUM BIBLlbtril FURNITURE CASH FOR YOUR CAR

ad. IWo,.. hoo_. n....', aid meal rxolrod 4I2-OB54 benefit PUB Ineludlnf DBEO TV'I Cram 111 up Ouar.nteed I
MICHIGAN
c..kllil ..Itrtwos. cook.. NO IXPIRIS5C5 roo.Ir" ...,... ind ..lIr_... ... Paid wo llnaaca. WorklallOelne SUM! &: Appliance ExchangeMU Pend.nl Chevrolet win .
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Atherton l'r.ialas lurnlthcd. Ml whiu. I.- ....110... ImnodlitB. duoauatprKllciu iccented Admiral 'ur >our car 1C Iti ._
Rm. 208 Arcade .. .55 deliS IB UktlBnd di Oortlca MD 1-3111 PaaoackV 2-2222 Lakeland
1501 W. Ariana Flint. BldgAVI own .
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414 N W..b.CLOTHItIILINI
CAR PAYMENT
..rum p>> oil 00 P.r wtokMult 302 E. Memorial Blvd. ?
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Burke Advertise M Biirrlrd. Ind ...,.... III CONTACT Nlla. A. CUTLER POST Iroduwd ....". '

Acer.Nook Motel Sebewaing.G. :: OPENINO lor tii,5o..s.i 14 ind 40 Phono Ml'M04 lor PERSONNEL 0115055 S. Bad 1" 50mi0.Ir I
CLASSIFIED lrisDcsd ptrwnntl: Biletlidlaiitoucuhlor nttr.lt.. wtldod 41* erBswrfllhook with I 61FRI0IOATOS5. W t 0 B I II Bboatan TOO HIGH?
B. Dusenbury 244 N. florIda Involct oflleo ind .
MM ind HIM palo air aondltloBen 5l All
Pontiac.Mr. IMPEX Mole Mock htlp. An SlAp. WI HAVE Immtdlilo .,.t... 'or Montgomery Ward Hnms ..11..., SO,. "boDO 450Si B) kM repaired Pranpt iportMnteo rtndarv.i Ch..rolrt will par *ffy
Ave., :* pwunnol .'lIc.. Mm Brolh- two> (11 ...bltl.... Seat 551 *5. ,.. WnISrd M.nUfnlUrtnI Boa ue for aood and ap-1 "ur lt. .*d.l eirnndu.d
and Mrs. Douglas Fernby AnnouncimintiI : IVOIB, UlO .... Ol 91MBHIU .nd 40.Si 117 N. Kentucky Ave. pllaaoei your Eelrlnilor and you kont ID .n. you ea. atM4ftta .
.rr intsr.trd I. 555155 uo
212 E. Oak St. ISM5nDr4.na TOP NOTCH-CockUII birundor. .. .. Nora dealer Nile. Ai Day TV.Appllaarea. Mr. MtuMll
Saginaw.Mr. ,.._ 5. 110.000 S VlSI 500 Cr15 930.410Si : : AUCTIONFriday
c.of ...1, altar I 00 p m. snip Ukond with Polk Countj ..... 1330 Auburndala Rd
and Mrs James S. Joslin IN" .-- ... MU 0 >I7I fENDARVISCHEVROLET
: Uot .". '_ CockUII .n. Plant CII,. .ni Chrralor.Plymouth d..,... Ap -
Kens Mobile Home Park Fen S .......1 _,_ pir IB t..rion u. Mr 0 0. Him Nitei Only

t = ':.t 33 Hilp Wasted remote 411 Nertn Plorldi Aoinut. SolotmeB 730; P.M. I BADCOCk'S

ton.Mrs.. Winifred B. Miller 117 ...,.......... S5r.DrM :5.1 .UROIRY asic' nsatad. w. but w Mil far FOB I Aro B..lr. Ttou-
o Mowttrrt* WAITRII"I WOSTTD 555 .1 .0 .1110...... .....lIn..d ..,,...04. lIe N Plorldi a...
S. Waterloo Ave., Sturgis Bulldlni Trades 3' 'I' W.. Ws.sftsl ..alssW Call 1330'.10 .to.. 4 m. PULLER BROBH BOB anoror .. JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN
HOD B woek la thIs I IDa u.n WANTED CLiMe .... '11 to '11
Mr. and Mrs E. H. Self 116 n a ir C. Hl Ho*,noBwnmoe rour is anisis..., I* ....nth. CENTER CLEARANCESALE 14..1. Coil IIU "301'. .
THELEDGER 55s0.. SllneMB ., much to stIrs Call IM-4MBI S3M 0 B t| SaIl
Hillsboro Prescott.Mr.
Drive 54 ,,,W'no. C roono>rlnCono .. pan CASH fur .I.k.o IrI'c' 5.
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mall .
.. P it PM II rou ... .. ..... ...
and Mrs L. C. Van Auken, a. 5ar5e Tto,., Brwk 0_WarDI. BUSINESS SERVICE I> ,.. doalorahlp CASP5T. CARP IT. W.II..II. DP TO III MO 33104clan .0' 07 .. OIlS

1501 W. Ariana St., Gaines. t: :; ;:::: SALIBMAN WANTED lor hone 1I1II..d. 11.11."' 5. poor 'ntADI-IM ALLOWANCSI
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.05 .nd alas .nd "05.4. 5. IN a nu" mmr 0' ",' .
Mr. and Mrs Leon P William. II ".Int,... ._.11.0 d.lIn.r,. ..< Sl-ao Comailulonaim .,rISs ,shris .1II..d' Irs bore BOB lOUIS OLD BIOROOU 'U .. ..d... Coli 554-4145. WoO
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an ..S.r.-.W..Dr.I. tompenr ..tlle. bsapltaiI.sIlon Wi....r librlu reduted. .... atlabrlca UP TO usTRAD sill Ro..rd
ton, Marion Motor Court Tecumseh II ....... DIRECTORYFOR iroup llfo. arcldipt ...dh..I" Our wirohouia ial.. !.IN ALLOWANCE
n Shoot Hotpl '. Applp BordeBi Pairr O C. HiralllBB Pabrlol. Rllhwil POll TOUR OLD LIVING ROOM WANTED' OLD tank carl prwrocki .'"
n..a Sor.p Houri 44 InkS WIre Prl l. lor eiih Prompt pickup.
II Tool .. .. II 17/10 .11. Kortk al Intppl OP TO 140
Mr. and Mrs Stephen Char- .t. Call Black, 113-1101.
ma Bw.men.m Pooh YOU TO USI AS A QUICK REFERENCE 51 Work Wonlid IOrolit. .. TRADE-tN ALLOWANCB
triad Woodall Mobile Village. 54 p,.,,",-Sluooa DlOlOIO-500KI,5111 tabl. POll TOUR OLD APPUAMCI WILLPYnobf. ..rsiy.OelpEop ... ..
WHEN YOU NEED Itoma -
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WSidISs 57 s-.4OI
Saginaw. tllACTOR WORK ....... Haw ... .. ... dIsks' 51010011.Iramla. OP TO 111 Sr .ld.r MU
,. Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. Business Service I Bl lad 01,51.. N4W MUlPBIOBtQuick ..... lad tthtr fui.. TRADE ALLOWANCE WB PAY eli UB lor JunkPreo ..n:
Hoover. Ie 'u'"I'' SWliWiW I Appliance I lownmowir Repairs( I i.r>to*. CHI for tree ..... 014351s II 2250 COshOns .....1 ... FOR YOU OLD OINITTIOOP ptrk lip Tonkelt Uoa IndUotil

7624 Chase St.. Dearborn I' ...ssSn.. USADaSaISaus m.t... 5100. L P..rsUUIe513WI Wabash A0SSU5. TBOW '_101 VllUMW.S.BADCOCKCORP. Ino 111-1117
Bran
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Mrs Luella 818 E. .. roll PROMPT 10borS .. rat Vi.rlW10 .- LAWNMOWKR REPAIRINO BIWI uprflht ,.....
Krohn WANT H'e a DO1'..... work. dloolanowlnf .. 10-A AMANA Cr.S .1
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5. Boo..t> ParloraOraoentMlna .hln, m..hln. end. ..d lads ihlrponod Buy indpiowen landBoaplai. Also ha''.. "110. M.rl'a TridIM Poll.e 3.n 121 Mibllo Homos
Orange St., Elkton. n MomMnsPlooe 15,1155CM. 0111 'l'hrllt, Cili.lornins .II Kin..,. 990 Lmlor 'til dirt Reaianabli. IID-S047 pr < Tampa HIlbw.T MP 9.3300bilinco .
foverlOB .
Mr. and Mrs William 00,1.10551 550.5155.Acts MU 9310
Mqpre II 5550535.OLOSED. BINO.II AUTOMATIC 115.0s.r.owa0.d TRAILER IALII p000411. I..ur.10. -
212 E. Oak St. Pleasant 14 HoollnaUServoo. "I AopHoIB 101. ... for 11310 ..... ..... ....., .'. ... 1010
Ridge Ins
slats
WOMAN orthr.
Service MilB Stars ud WirobpuMMulberrr
Repairs .....
n It--.. bonded Meal Bad niuonol
Moving t St..
ollO. Term 113 M37
.. dIrSwor 0. Call YO I-.a PloridiMulberrr
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Seward II L.ar.arbSr.sS "' .....PO...... Jacko. ITU Maw
I PEC1AL CAR with II II Wien ; b.Uasio.nlol IC. CRPAM ha a.oiia... for SUn Rmntlo Tampa M ...
LIGHT CARPINTKR 'ahww MO .34.
402 S Tennessee Ave.. J I. ..:\,. :., ,: sod win III! '&H 0.... ALLIED f AN LI... lor beet Bra*. 550 51151155, Ia... Iroepor. '10. Th... wheol notorMootar I .. I p m. ..n,.. PrL BIM.
..... ... I Ini oerrlpo. Virnall WarobaueoTriniler
10 _. toll OWNER TRANHPERRED mosS
ADS aOpsi
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and dsils. Firm boll 410 OauioHR
Owosso MINNESOTA .: PeoeelnB.f,one Bvetna) Vun, .Liundn efit ..lainpi.. 3304 Pr.snOb pick up Plorlda 019OENERAL l-Ial2.di 1.... a..... MU ,Br mowed"AU hour ar kind.,... P.ol..ian...II.work...,.. plital. 1131 OakHIII ...... 00.. 54 51.51110 an Dor W.555,0.............IDI II sell .II.. i...10'..*.Ro Gondola..|. ......MobllaPark lot

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it SId Toovooei BorMwaopt II 1901 URItD II" TV. Oood adItlSa 011-9301
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Mr. and Mrs E. L. Peterson, 44 at 0 WiS._M5.DWWan ,.. TIRE Sertlca "'.., folntln) cAlls POR nIIldr.s I. all bass.no.551 '3'. a03 Do.1O Dli. .,... 5 .. Plorlditaktlind Auofiu. Stay

5270 Tampa Hwy., Owatonna. rnk lorv oCloon rodlhla.marl. truck and car Call IIU -38.2.. CLICTROLUI II lalMt moOsit.uicanl.udulsw.Tnk.rr 111 MB. Plorldi AnSBdeMk CLEARANCE SALE
..,.. N.. and and
wheat .1.
NEVADA Typowrltor or*no4T o, lorvloa tire.. ..,...... OT ...,U. block IPRINO. trim SPECIAL.. 0. colt,Will..I..pOInl.__ COLOltrD.51*. call IIU MAID 55003.JUNIOR ...... .... ..iirmonla. Bloolralua Corp 114 Win Treat Ton Bliht' OB Prim all sow Cut 10 T.and m,M. Bone wldn.
41 Welch A OWnS BooaloWelle
eludtd. two or threo bedroomloueo EiM Columtui Drln, T..... March la volum olearaaea moBtb
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hardy, :: PumpeSbrrpoeieir III* Auto Slit Ceveri lor MS AIM houeewoihAINTINO WEST III La.. ....te. Phono 99B7133WASHER GOOD VND ..t..IO.. II s1Lii .
171 Lake Morton Drive. Reno. "5. 18..31a. : lad Bpraylnt. houio wiohlni and ..... whO 10-". iroasor ho- DEE'S
YORK Employment LtND" auTO ..., Csts5.. CO", ..In Un.. Phono MU "13 8. II BO ...*...L MO I MM
NEW
at ._,.._, AlinolKHelp .n..or MU 11100 TI4 CroMoatDtln
... numtins .n".I.ro. $35 WASHING flopr fin.uhlni MOBILE HOMES
The Rev and Mrs Guy H. II ....10 .........._.. ... art Main Phono MU 1-7110 ......... oiurlor. work. Lakoland Ptor dlFINANCIAL. TROUBLE STEREO THEATRE
II Wentod
Woods 305 N. Stella I I Ave. .. HUB W .
Rochester .. .....- BeoHuoplny ...-"13. 813.3110. ".. Turmin Clip This Ad REPOSSESSEDThe IBM NASHUA 10'IM'. Two bod.

.. ._..,-......... 1 room. front kltchoa .." ....)
ar to. and call $88-0558 for a"FREE" finest of its kind. Big
NEW YORK II OSrIOSSaId OOKKIIPlNO aND n.oam. Ta.5S11r5. Picture Framis .nd tloa. Only| M Ml. Pnono
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DSP 5' ....I.... I..t 62 Buslnm Opsortgnlllis IMJ.J104BJ
TV. stereo record
William D. Jones 185 Lake screen
I dpS5ldIill ....155. SIll Ceala Service call
rICTUS PRAM' ...."lullrr.m.
CAMPER OALOR' 5es 1504Clterei,0
Morton Drive, Willlamsvllle I aa II Binlnm Imuraim OppoetupltMB Ph... 552-1305. .. and ...Idl... Custom and CHOICE BUSINESS ud income on any May tal Washer player. AM-FM radio. Take ..Ie"..... V-I. .tooI.tle.

Mr. and Mrs. Robt. J. Woods. 14 iBvottmonbl ._,. Boldb r.ad' m.de. 0.hs.a proporllM Mel SIC. LMLAReeiior over low balance on small toil 55..redaI, 5.501110.' .
Dulldlnjnwrlor 357 O ; 511s.e, ..t'I I'I 1197 5. Mopjorial Bus (Good UU April 15th). Dorada cimprr wliaoBcombli .nSrP
312 E. Oak St., Baldwlnsville ii wn:1: :: : : MU 1-4107 monthly) payments with your ..t... Lliu for 17 ooo

OHIO lOer OliN I 11 A L CON.TJlUCTION', Plumbing ppllos i I COi Laundrlae. 40 ........ II trade. our prlca ISle.|l .... 1MO Che-
Mr. and Mrs George B. Wil HorticultureOtrn Roo.. .ddillen Custom nhIntsIltiriOr d...... Encellent lacallaa batb rolet pickup ItdsPW Irnol
1. BorvioBPorUllooe deaarstii' K H MORRIS Do-It Toureelnblnt '.'.110 JoltS i. ....... ..... MAYTAG WASHERS Call 6820161TV traitor Landed with ..10.. Ltatalor
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Hams, 311 S. Massachusetts in '_. So* Pronen and oct. pinellniRoollni .. sad ElMtrloal ....1'... 10' 554-41433 03 000. .hue prirl Sll, 53.
in PI'_.. |lid,. toebi ind ndlni. ,,'. ..tl.! Proa iploraiitloB sod ..11"" Completely Rf.Built BBS 1M4romplelo Y5ll.w.toa. 5011155,
Ave., Maisillon ,"a' 555,.. Eaey 551.55... Call OHM TRAILER PARK. 14 ipeceh 1 SI.... .
;n :: ; 'y-- tool ratal,. sIps. ... and tnr BAMOAINB Caaplotoly ro. 'OUI. B.oa' sow.lint.
PENNSYLVANIA 71 1USd CW5Iis ,,, .., PIUS. Lleoneed eralluaan and Local bonded s.c.Uenioi. 01.. II I.,.. ........ .....1.. trallero IH .and._BOW 130000 I bedroom Wrllo BOUMon BOB for $39.00 built and luaraatood LOSS and II 173. Our price aaly II.4BO1M4 .
Coroiuel .....
Mrs. Inex B. Glbbs, New FlorIda u"n' 500-4434. Lok.lon' IB Prao laitalliUMi Alwan camper New
*1.101. Lakeland LoOser.Oslo
77 MuroerHM aIMOD5LINO. AWNINGS. Lakolandi boil lure Is Bow or lor II.Oil. Oars lioa be".. 1500
Hotel, Honeadale.Mr. ;: Teoo ....loryravo .....n'" palloi. bo... oirooae. Pristine OPERATOR lor major all Including all parts and la >Md TV u III.. A Day TV 1130 0,... camper. Mow ll.u lorMSI '
and Mrs Albert Marshall I BOM,pmoBt .idl,. and ...55. Phono MOI3 oompaBp airvtoB ........ Saiallipllal ........... Raid Opea lid looMO Our price only" SMI Dick _
5s BaMInitractlon .. 7 lao ,... aitlmata.Concrete .. Poll ALL roll Btntlni .0.4. roaulnd. SU-OIM arBlihla bor (except motor timer ... 01170.offer Auto BilM. toil Ion MaliItwas.
314 Lake Bonny Drive, Hillsvllle 5503331.as Pho .i MU 1-5050.
tall MD 1-4404 CoBim rclal PreeeIno .
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mousley II ..,..... MuoMllviitecV Lotterheldi llthoiraphinlRodlotor and Cabinet parts) RItU..ROLITER.D .ODIIIM Sa-PACEMAKER 10 ..... botlUnteondltHm
I 01 155.5550 .. .. Olson I S.rtio.ni. 0Pr 5554. N.h. '
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MorloajMBUT
.In' .
New luraltBra
422 S. Tennessee Ave., Philadelphla 14 1I am Silo COol ol reupholUS tholel
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LlCSN81D CONCRID .551154to I' ...'10.. 1141 Ntw TBBBB 8lp
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I p.1,0.1,1. 1100'. Sld5.Iiks. Service BOOO ISIS. reflntnco PHAind 90 Day Warranty 801-411. '.T. II IM lee '1.
Hazel M. Hohrath 17 Por BeW.IVOOOMB .... MrooU. our.... pltlM andbrldioi VA arwiaia Pint Molt.'I. LARO' OB rotrtierii. 550
Mrs II. Oars c..., P.MI. L n. MorriS, OMI4IIUkolud ANY 77'I radiator ..moo. .. Corp al Plorldi. Ml 0 Pier- on all part replaced. Ills. oprisha Assa ,....... both FOR .BALE: two Saris. _bll.
!homo so ilOwltn I.... .......
Collier Ave. Philadelphia.Mrs. .'01.1... .... I I. Sold
wrtios 552.7.
.., .1. 1.blhidlsPodd ...a Ate.. MU 0-3111 711 Wilt
$ sialSaI and oitra bedroom. OB prl.....
Rtdlilor ... .. Q.II. 5500.ELSCTRIC
: 5 .I. MO
Pauline Weiss 17 155Db A ..
Mary luMXioeIJ LOCAL SEASONED lit. Brartnie Note: ota. line. excellent ooBdllloet -
Collier Ave. Philadelphia *....d_L.yoelooll. Psi Dropirlos 5'OlalADIATORL I ,. 03000 ta MOOO ... ..- 'TOV' 052000 15dl I LandMaped pad Iron. BOB.
MirchondlrOCo BLOCKS chined. ormellon phoao IU.9313UORTOAOES .1111' or. 10.1 .0.11Io ...,. LID :....bl.. M3-49II
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA o. .5rSda5., DRAPES AND illpoofin auitom. o. vohlclo. ......n. ...11I.... Ro-, W. have new and used ... IIUnGa..
llbrU SC... Up- PURCHASED We ,IIARLl1T' 13... "wI bid.....
.4 ... nada Your or pain, all I,_. 0..1.. .. 1107
Mrs. Dorothy S. McMahon. B ovclee _- bli S >Mro eiiMM > laN > lolilerlni. Sue term. aul Mew Sooth Plorda "'-000'. will buy aood Bwrt..... TutU part for most makes BLOND MAHOGANY table lad oIlS t.. atlas .qlltp icr 5.r.ail.rs
Lake Morton Apts, Washington AAtMUOOr '.mpa HI...". 5014504.Fsscss rout paper Inta ratB LakolaadHORTICULTURE tour .h.ln, ..... .1,0.. tel. lor 1:1GO.: .n...... 12. Coew.5000II1tAILI5 .
DIAL : Art'oloo Boe Blioa.I III....... Corp 101 5S111 Tem- ass '... nor lamp Two no101015 52nd
WASHINGTON (orloe A InKoeHMa hwe.vlsg I ._ A....... IIJ-I"a. CLEMENTSAPPLIANCE 111505, 003.141. 1
for .. .. ,.. ..
Boot. ..-.. ......eo
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Crow lot B'<0 .._..... OM. POR EXPIRT roweo.lni *f aiotk .Oestsiso CI... 501,01. T..lI..
Lake Trailer Court Kirkland 101 c... Beo A **a N'. MUTUAL PENCE eo....,. Ino' bole. iniil. itliritto burai 104 (it, Oil Fuel Pirk AuburadillNICB .
Bonny ,J
IHI OMh.no prlcoo. dowa paraioatluaraatood ..
Lowoit a* .la... tall 11.11.. Riwoavlal Sorvlea. 901 Wabash Ave CLEAN 91
kauMtriUorflS .
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101 Buen tueo A opliaBaal
.. W..s1b.USd.r.said. SM-3III PROPANE OAS tor _kl... a.. .
00110. lo'U' of
WISCONSIN 104 ..!. MeMn o I. Puollot Likoliad Induetrr, MU IIII 71 Fortlliior Food, Sell Phone 680-OSSS I.. hot witor. tmaitloa ttdua.trill at Prow Trailer 1115.City FirE II

101 Wnn."... toata Proo '.1110"e,_ we* oil US-3MA. I.ri tmaartal -
Mr. 'and Mrs. J. C. Seggem! I" Plumb,RB Supal, .00 RoeflBf 1 OBI ........ 1313 Mew I Ml BKYUNE II IM. Twa ....!
MU laS ..,. A ...,... ...... Income Tel OROUND PEAT Buck Peat cad .. rexlaia BlabwayIDS roomi frost kllctva. Boll aqullror
Lakeland Gardens Mobile Court '0. ...... .._ AtLTYPla r.olhas.p.r 1 soil .1.... LacBtod 9101 B. MaisPat ...... for lot .. ..._. lot
Eau Claire. I,. .........", 55sS'S5D 1.515104, it.p.irSSS,15 1504. 5 ONoil. MU J-44J1. 10.1'_ ChaOs LaCe
Socas 'irklOUMIrallor .
INCOME TAX C. Doooon RoollBl Compiar. MS39 Jewelry
m w'O; ;:.':= lo0>71 COlON notpBAn wad t.. ,1523733.FOR .

Ill OK.. 5,5.555S I.... Abs 1101 and .," 'It Ill.I 'LI. .......
$5 and up Dl>le. MU '.30?'. WE PAT taeb dl''''''''. taldoalaa. .
Adamant Swimming PeelsTilovhlons aid told pliuawa. Him 1110 IIM' Wen Doratkr itnoi;
Adventist Youth 114 Ida AeIII __I'" 11 & R Block Co. COW RRTlLtZ'1I 555 ule. $10I 1,5.0.a .......,. too Sooth Plar- L.k...... Plorlda
POOLS 015AN55. rsoirsip load. c.u .... 5101. "II
'THERE'SNUTllUG
6-1151 II: .u':::=..t\: ... w....... t A M IB I r Mit a I a II d. .10,17.1. ....U... Sill. "I Wi
.11 .u_..... w.._ sot ..U. sIorh.. ..t.b...
Save Pennies A) SUB. I b> S ...1..... "AB. 101 I.., MaIm
Jw. ....
.UVY till tllrl.
ails .
BueomoBMO toe = IIV 54304. .1 Je'r Alot .1........ 1' ......
111 tor H,ro Con. ra .. 106 West Walnut St. 070,57 .noll' sIne. pis.phll.. .1.0 ..d Saint 204,5 L Lor... Iia
u. ...... ..._" :.hl III1J 37001.050USD 1 case Lt....
-' In Fund Drive Il. ...... .._ Phorw 888-1958
M.WWHDr.55555d PEAT 13 ..... yard ati.d.

t m 10.--tMMraRentals TIAINIID INCOIII las .... POll TIILIVUlIOII ro5.Ir. em nit Snarl P.., eo", ...,. .211 107_ PlmblBf Seppl.es

ATLANTA C*. (AP-Nearly Truoao. .I"'n' SlID 00. 504 IW 01171 ,.... tIllable' ....I... sill 01.1150 Hllio 51.4. 5154754. WISHING

IH .. II. o..wt ...da... 5... na'"lt cm.. MU i-oiia. Montgomery Ward 1
3 million pennies are back In ....._ 5.. aWidI MB Mlubul 1100 KitalroBRood 7J: f.Hs. f.lta. y..r ,
circulation today. r5 'ur._ ..._. .. -41i1f lnlOIlAOOOI& JET A GAS HOT WATER

More than 11 tons of coins collected I Bt ..e.'::.M"- UplnlltorliijBAOOETT OIlAP..urr. P15101dlii LIKE f HEATER FROM WARDS FOR A BOAT?
5,3 lalole., Aport MMeoi .nilt re OPHOLSTkRINO Sm,. Wn labs. Do._. 555.5mW .
by some 3.00** young peo l.a ._Ie HomeoMoailo lea. BUB oovoro and Crap,.. roaeoaiblo j. P.oodPaul' 1 Have Hot Water When

pie of the Seventh-day Adventis U.U. 'MeOTB" ""..eteii RRIDI8. _"'Bort..II.ftiralturo.... Pnono 51105M.ih.r' ua ..... oiumatoi pick IPind ? POll CALL Ill 51 .....bAI. You Need 151)
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Church In Georgia and East :_ w,.. 1131 dollfor Phone RoodVnntlon KOlolllaaiworlk ... 155 $1155.4.. W.oist'l P0111qia,4. '''R.. ...tall..... WeB wishing wont makeIt
t 3401 North p15,115. .... 117 N.
Tennessee were brought to the I II Ur.tu eood BpomuontaUn'urntohoa. lOll. a borne of own I See Kentucky
u. MeueeobVinlop Lamp Ripalrt HindiriCALS your _but daninsd ada
'o Bent Blioa.UM MU 2-5103
Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank
L45 Bw.101, LAMP' R.PLACI&oNT: absdssL.rns .AND hot unullllaoturod 76 Liadacapiup today's Classified "Homes wUL Turn to "BouU for
Monday Real Estate Parts SSd 1'011&1' IID..rI" :: .. .. (leanodrotlBUhed 101 Planes ft Musical lust

They had been saved by the 1110155. .IOI eoulll 0.10... At.- AIM auunaobllo ?enoi HARDY SOD CO. Sal. la toJa"l
for Sale" for outstanding 0.
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Adventist youth In a three- ii I mi:now! toto Biaoer oe SolaSSu 5'. IIU 004131. SIn i bllndi Ajr-Llto. MU 1-1'" 1 501.5. 1*.. Ouss NW oil .T1QU. OpriSIrl, Sarnaiw

month "two million penny" ,14? Inooma. 4VW.OO.P'eBeei Boi- IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS rEEk OrIlls.ESTLMATEOtt. sail, values "A""Dlio..BM. MO,... ajlll1"* "*" fled section to find just

campaign!! to raise funds for I t.*. *e,5.eS toeio t DoeitotII 10- BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I II OtIs', IIU"TIIACTOa "JuuBrl**- mohsasnp Skis right OM.JI .

music building at the church' 1M .,_,,,_ II WORK. 110.10', 1-a- .. 5441 1143Rhl.DWln
.eol SetoBe.1 .. ......- DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For I... ....1110 lad ole_ 5.- Io.rb '.....d..
new Georgia Cumberland Academy Setou WeiitoHBuooa Classified
'.. Bella 01011. I. rIPO .sdls u' 5,54'Sr .ACOOaONI"jj'MU

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AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS I Ii LAKELAND LEDGER. Tveidav.- March 17.. JM4 II .


r 122 IrleHle Homes Wanted i 110 ruraliktd H..... tJ.IItI.( 5.00005I fl$4C mrr ou REAL ESTATE *: REAl ESTATE

CCImIitIII' GU&9a I con on A.L;
WILL BUT shOOt In 11. model i TWO BBDROOaf bom. ... NHOII' CYl1'0T2 .33000 NQ SOi00SIun 153 Htuiei
For Salt 153 Hotiiii For Sale
1 arjNT
3 bedroom to-all' t* 10' iretterphoBo F> tHoV Blflmilli.1 ataMWM RBrUrzeV4COHW8THOSR tOUT? t int '
MU MTH. no MM* ..' SOSIlb 551010a40 AKTIrMRCRAFT tM
AtiounMalo WO 201st. ,' --II 503 ROCKCTV caT ff NEAl? Rcv&u22ON21 $470000. 71311 550501105 GI

124 Tsvcks Trallars TWO 110011 b_.. 13011 "'t < ALLOT 19 MIIIToIIJIT hom.s, .Caromrl Iu.olltsd., 010Itt.Sits: atIodows = BOM AND MOrk rHCOUl oiBitnutm- I ual3419S5.00o 511!
Lea..
'trIol. UOH A 6HBDK borhoo. no city lane, a* *4. IS .Ik* MW ooaJlMo. LtoaoMIw
Cllfl ..... ATIJIQ log toot. Nrm.nine bear***** .
KM MM tan truck ..... 01' stoat rio .1. 13".111' IM to fin. r o.
| III..... toil Wwdluid Drift, lot 71' S
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Call .
Mark Tradm Full 2IM MlT.mpa 110 3.3.... 111 ttroawnt aroa tiro ta o mfud .
lorn ,,
nhde 55.200
I.. I.. rwtalo for ttproptrtr .
= par
HloJiwar ktu MM. IIIDIIOOIl dunloi. ftir con. wot* lioooo bedrwa
NORRIS VA. I.... A real d dIIIotUIII, ...., 4.c.r.vto.J.. Mr Ml BtraU, HMO and two MOVroom Ownrr will oarrr mortnw .
attir Hf down .
pannont.InrMtliiu
prndanl workhor**. Good omdVivies JjMWMNWd_. Photo MO I. ; : *. 717 .......... 17100. Bkr tIlL EL-I1I4-L
0.. Vor s0000sOtollotioN. __ II .n.aI13 ..." fQ umo ....*. BU" dlM-owit for cook
II 033 0010.. 705.0 50001
11IO. Stops, 3-17-0.
1114"1.lea. .
loutluld .
Bov uo ....n3.. IL W. STOCKARD
JIOIU Ito 100 tIlt ...... roomi. IUMO. UM >ud Ooo
UII: am WIoe.12S rwldootM. ud or Cl bwl.... all1 WILLOW A..DUI. TSroTIwlroon REALTOR
.....Iobed II 45.0.0. 415 Wont I b.lII. .>rpud. UTIII 11T 5. PHrtd. AM.PhOM .
or..... m.lIl1. room lomllir room olrtaidltlon MB IO131
TWO ilDROOUS ; IM. potlo, kltdwn wlib OIUM
...1...lV
(imBBljltel. 41t WWk Ru,_.. ... M3-M44 Ilf ippotiitno
DIED turn for ...... Bobeei oreltr fr month, Drm-bh.; ..' UH OPEN HOUSE
top. rued.
Mao International Chmlu. Prom. OMO 1100p. lart C Mats Uu. pheo Dink,MU luaitr o-om, 1011 RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATEISO REAL ESTATE NO DOWN PAYMENT 1(01 Clmland Biht BltdPuhloniblo .
Oontaot y. ft. Uwla 411OouUi 4 bMlroom onouUniUu
Iniraaam ",...... BU.lioi. JNB BEDROOM, air MHUUon bioek. Sour L.k. ".111..........
oottaio elntrl kllhn, 133 Mobile I Hems 119 Vofernislsed Mosses 145 B.ilasM rrtptrtyTAMPA Mlscsissiivs 151 Misses for Seii 25,501. WIII..III 0000505.
....... gout tor owl 001 roar MALL
oMpto ..a. dro_ sod 5ss 00000010. 1955Polo.
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valID SChOOL buss.otto. .
.. Pro.. UII .... IIIU Oood 710. CLBAK MODIItM f.........d Howtraitor *- TRia.EDIIOOM 11._ 0401. BIOBWAt IM E 021. HALT LOPS Ma ......11.., polMlu .. TirR'Q 15010059.-Ott boll Cl oomrnttrnoob $130 _
Ml llorln Uaooln "......2-0924. ROW: NB bedroom iI, oomllau *, oouoooi. od U,lnooodniona 1004. 0551 POsb 0001. 504 Si.. own. ..... *ffr ...... Brn alto*. not. IM ....... Mwtlnlbo ''b.... IJ80 ..... N17 ..'/tOa BRICK HOMES .... ....* nr.
tiousdo *l.cirl.rTwJib blouhu vuuuo rmmlhdBu IIff .0.0. $75. loat 10.11I 75$. iu Boaltor. H4 W *t Mall aRESIDENTIAL .> koo.o, nor ." M*, afOot '.30 ... Par I nformatioa ob'.. ....or.
*, IIIM.IIM onwalr HJ134 _. 1010 5-4074, a.a..
Br yrintor BT oUot S93-1M1.
Auditorium Or t'OIoIIoIIR C J LOOXI
..It.ON'. a704 M..III01Ioo. psos,
RENTALS luralihid. too Charuj. THRU BRDROOM m k>Ui, induitrlal bu IIIM all ara. Mol ar. ...11. 0000. Porh roar ...._ $56.36
PCn\IILlHED ca 50tla05.ta... .EDROO" fornlshod Stall.so '.05.300 dlnlni room ru..*.. Rudr. fUaltor, UI1 B Mtmorlal 0000. I ...tb.. 1100 ......... 900moutblt NO 4OALIPYINO throo bOO'rooms
121 lisbon Plates far 'ard nad thad trot*. cU a*. fag nal. Call 1010 WI" hsol, .._. ..... ...' ... 00- III.... IM410TINDUITRIAL HOMM POW OObOHCO OH SITS MIp..,. 00.5.02. 5010710 Pol ...11I' i Noar .....1.. *' _1.(.
Rant 10055 I... and e ...., ito .1504. 101.0. .ralohld II d. TRACT "' adjolu sTKirr WEST OP wnann. I. 51,00.. Lot down .."" ..t, 01 awnlMr
.45.4, 571 PO' 505115, 1000. In..!! ..... lot .
1.5.0 Qu. 11005. Mo." Lets "UI1'8RII' pWotiwUii 55 Mr 1191 Hrunn.il IM-OIU
Hem KnR.olallol, 1Blihwor 1 nND
pen RBITT or i..n. buiuin miI1U 04021. 4 BCDKOOMB 1100 DOWN 71005.05 a&1)ROO. ".81. h..... Maul wBodtli Sow wi4..r Ma
Sooth Florid 710101 10000 00..10 .r wIlt Aoll Railroad, loo.too to PHA aoAurtBD Burma II.. bros '"P I..d. 13.100 ..iIIbP.on. TWO BKDROOM horn for .. *.
An imtUM
corn bob.. .uu,... 11&1)1100101. MOos and John t. Brtnnaa. Rtaltwr Olo4103. IoIU 101100.AT 13.IM lull p.I.11I>... _......
5001stal. .
Most
Ext Btlmar C i b* .... tar ankind bus LAlit. BONNf Poor Btr ...,.!.. to tri..rs to,. W.t0ti00, bllodo V., MIL RUDY P.IALTOH MJTmUOIUAb 1
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0.1.
at ....ID... andoro. HO l-UJo. Boa Park Now M .. sass b* llnucod 08JRT
Plonlr laraMt
kino ...., 7,. vhlldrra So.oot.d. OWNM Toteiduout .ea..8
........ Jurt I few Ii..... Iron iii-V.AoD DUPl.&X: Idii.r Lakol..... aim and ...,. bliinlotpal B>*rtt al..... MO MOIngulr 0830 i SEVEN COMMERCIAL ..... two IIMlOt ANTTIMIIS1 liar.. roo. and Plorlds room 1004
I o.ab.m Colt... e'll Sort oo.plo. 131 $.11I T..._ Call *lctrl*, watar and ...* *. block B*.t ...... oornor BaitParkor lOb ...u.. birdwaod floors 'to.JIurka IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION OWNER, ono aor. thro. bod
B..k. am ,10'11. MO '-'271 .. MO S-0101 I molar oa*, boa buss. Blook Mn BUM), Parktr A...... I. aur .bu..b 0. .Lo.. room Cl, full III. balk .oroo.1.
.. Grove Park ahopplni Cntw P0mm I.... Reol Eitata ExchangeTRADir PlOt, ....Iob.... to 1011111110 Mo.ASoh 11111I1' room 111.ooo. 1300 down.
129 Furnished arvicn ROOM _... it* bu<.. Oood Inks flihlni nd boatIn 2524 cnrrtAN I room. j kd P0th ...._. A .....111.. CO, 8J-B8.n altar 1 pm.
Apartments aIr omditknw *nd obxt. 811 *. Small ..... IM Nortn CrrUI .. room IS b.Uu. buIlt-Ibrusgo 2144 Violor' $.. Voro INC.
Joauo* A'..... Pno.. IW-MM Lo lt Drl... lip "7a7:1. ud S50, ou-oolt and uulltrABBOTTHECKES S27i ACRES HATS houw UkMind Sti.O OWNEKi III roilo '1_. Otro
PDRHUHIO OR ...,..........., nrltow 11I3-1210. ....... I. .oalll. Viol hoiiM Looiburt. Cobb 75?. BUY LOIS ....,. $02 10 dows. Ill Bo Pie. AteMOIIII I It.ruo.,., I.mU. room, 'II..Iob.ol. .
kath ............. 13700 toIMOO DIXIB. UOBILB Park. MM Nrwrampa Chaloo looatlon for Induitrr. 7Ia6 loubiin after a dallrHIOHWAT .ealO .....bl,. Tws bldroomCl. ......31 "'H-.. otndlUoMdA .
wionlhlr. HUM.i ....... 131 For tint MUtillanioitCOMMIRC1AI HUhwar, Lara drr kmMunicipal .. Homo. or Mobil Homo. Hlihnd HOWL ba.lnoM pin .Srporo.= Spas. In.modIli. 110.800. ,
wont UP 1-4440. aiotara' **wn, UloQP CO. drr 130 It. oloratlra CIOM 00 ro*, modnrn .... bodroom. OttbsIIO. I 001st.,; 550'

DPPBB TWO bedroom 11" .. RK8IDENT1AL | 013781VB JUOItor UlLA I 00. Olllo Por stOp or .. ..13ala. -800a. lIa"12. 5lh0.. BEST BUY

room '1_.. bata sods _... turnteted *r ."' ....._ ......... aCBBB with wU and **pU lit .. Tw*. AT*. MO Mill TED TOWSON .. 0000NOIDS IIIW ..101. ..11"Ihroo OWNER SALE! J9200
Hoar .-. boo. Adult, oaa1107HOTEL M*| Rod Bwltor, loll st M.. toOk pand. road .hd. andardn 10455915 that tIll IlOilo
_rtol BIH. M 410T onnim *****. OM-OKH Slab 152 Reel Estate Wantea ,. bod.. WithInt d........ Small down payment Boroooo It'. pMMd .der m>rkMviliu
APARTMENTS on. and LAKIlLAIID 010010 MebU.K.m. 11113let .17 FI. 0,5 an..PIatt. sad Sl.rnoslurt lOb... rti.lr* _th.ld. lomtlonno .
two room lUrnifc ultimo ...- EPPlClIIHCY PARTILVO15, .'11. ..... brasS im Ptrkor Rood In Mrdullo.. I Ithru I
.. .. REAL ESTATE from Io.III..t I.
HUIItir
......... Dim. 005 j0tobh.4. P. Sw. SIlos onD. WB OtT rMaltal, MMd U."... room vim wornho.
UotL woo Now 850. 110 task .1001., 51,0 todroom, UK bilh CB honwilh .
..... Wilt Wlodsor "roo", < TWO bMreomt .
Mold ud old btefk otnitru
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TnmpuHi.h.st. ton i
Tampa Tia 146 Farms Groves Kanchi, $> '- M.I Rod. Roaitor
0.4,00.
HllhwarLAKB 50010., 110m.: 000 Ioulll Llosols Aotaunt _.. etrporl ond ulllltr, oa L
BMnallon ball. *hullloboard tin But umorll, OM-41OT. II onSIloow lr ............ Trmi
ruRNISHIID APAIUMIINTa .a 05wn.islr Ioullloldo 004rtsso1. *, l.undrr ftcUIII., Pard >. 144 Acreage Lots For Sail ..dor s.autroattoo. Pull 1000rmo0100 lobs lot Moro>lmltlr lOilnO'ipprtliil toots srr.ntrd130W
an 50511.10 T...._ 105asounbI.. l18J.a.21. road. LUnUof. _.... IMhon PITS ACRB Plant Cltr farm tall OSlo. I pm. 8.0 19000, l"o > month DOWN PAYMENT It drulrod
N17 ....u. a0&7. .sos, furnlibrd MOT in. II 300 LIST YOURPROPERTY OPEN ALL itrmoot.. Coil Eorl Tr..... .0 Dent .*it on OtIs on*. BttMr
LAND BUT-1010 oem .*.!. CIlIa talk. Clark 01..1101 IIrow a-7ol or MO ""73.
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132 Hottli. hut .. HO11B4.HOWARDjniLLETTE.
Apart. Hovtn ... D.t. Modora Iwo budiSorn, ...
FARUR, total brand sow SHADY 0.071 u0001lboud. 50.4..00.tm .1. pin I. ... IM pr lOis 4031.
laIr roam. Ills bnlh Wrrna.o ora ,..Ulu.. .1.... ,OO. ....81.. 1340 Mr* ..ttl* ,...b, ftomd uderou WITH US halt 11.100.. oast to,... 1..on.s.d .
1100' .... room .t.dt.. olosOtto POlItIC AVINU1 ... * b.... 031st 1100. N17 54734. lo.n Uk W.I... For la lit.ui. ...11.... Tbroo 1a1I. 0.55. ... SRI ... .... 10 ..... I' f ,.... old Good 'V -Bhortr oanl BILL It BtniN ... ::16,.. 1
Low nonthlr, ..*"' ,. dllor OBttoo.I3S only ISSOO I1BOO down :900 ..... _... North UkMud, 131000 IT DOWN,. B U ( .*..,> h,... $50 PER MONTH I. norldo M W WUOul M-417t
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POUR ROOMS and bath W. .. .tot rttlnd ond workln m load ol .."1., onlr IMOOO' at'llo down. AIM adMlnln 914 or Realtor. UCLA K>4 5. TonDUIM ,
till earpeltnt, brlr Am..", .. OD" Pood .,aII.bl.. 1000 arm, four BUM Iroa dOr > 51,55. a...... 00ssoiuS, Molr51ooThorns. Amu*. Plua afO MI71Noit 4 BEDROOM SOUTH
:nltur. *. adult 141 Booth Sue- (teems Fr Restr.Aooi ,N.. <'.*. 0 B. hwhwuMl I IR. .. 500-70051. Sort _..... .. .. To... Aro, ParkloiUU I sod S bMlroom '..m. homn LAKE MORTON
...1101711..
1 33 Moblli Homes only ITS pur Completely redecorated two tOol miiM b* old lmmodiiN ." CLOSE IN

slId ATTRACTIVELY a..o ..........PURNUHED..... ... 110011. .1.... noar _... Dl..k C.'. Rtait LU or. IOU V L... bath home just out of city ...111,..*. a* elonlni ...t. 550
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9uuth Plertd. Phsoo Nil NEW MODEL 10' wldo mobllooo. Oo.u.... paot.sod, PrIOl __ Plion MU '-'133. Oarda"1 I Call and See IS3 Houses for 1.1. Kids III' Minimum down pn. .. With down town (ram krod .
33681.IIIC. Tw. bedroom front kltcnIn ....bl.. afO 11341od 1 walk to Southwest and 'ou mov. In Por. Intormitlphono .. ..l horn. Lui room, OOD.ru .

DUPLEX... IsO SItMS. ........ ... mill ...'110 _k. Nwhopplu OIl 110O. lor ..ail....... Dla.1..01 FIVE ACRE ,...... Ml I.. IONS n.tund; 0..... to7 .R1oIIIIO .MALL ....... .tostho schools. Only $10,300 with Moods throuibj Prldor I > dlnlni roan llo.mlnl b..d.wood .
W. II"
81'.1. lumll. ... Sooth Mil Rudr Il .
Nra out. nntor usA .,
but Ua* .. ..... CoD "U 10133.PRIV"Ta Aeri Ito. old (ran. Oood .055 00 .p..I.U 'U'IOII" lloori, oorftnod Ironk poroltTWmi ,
.... lust $100 downl! VA.
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Cunib.rl.nd Memorial Bird MU 1410
MO I MS4 hon .
WeB3 bloom Hiohwar frontaio and Irrltatlon ; 1..1..... Pull UK bath. colored. 68J-611S wr ni>d. ....UIO.
REAL CLEAN oppar Tw (dull* INTIIANC. prl.... CHOICE BUILDINd lit*. IMdiracUr Plo. Ml ..... *f laud fliuir*.. laro MTOMWd porohRmon.blo I
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n* pet*. Must *M t* eporer : :I both. lois ..... Coutolaul to050155 I.. bbin 3MO CI\_ too aorM Unproved posits. Prle tmi .....11. Coa- LUXURY HOME!
After 1144 0.khlll. Free Rent. SOIlItOSIds. 55 "' 1101MU add Htllht Bird CU MU .. UM.ooo wiui ati down Call last ....., IM.7M7COMPLETELY KEN HARRIS
04150. I IQORNIIR Hat Powm. with. T B. TuokwIwalior ,
WlJl MO ""70, Urge modern three bedroom .
PURIII8HIID OR 55511 f.motshodOs J,. at MO t-TlTJ PORacLOUD: $47 5955$91,0bimsal. ALMOST TOO GOOD RMltor tifhonnr LMLAI
bo.'IIu1 L.k. ........ In Free .1ID800. OusUsosop44.0014. OROVB LAND M aer**, pin ID rns.tr Lok.iI.d ...... mult!.bath on huge N B norm. An.
Lon MeoWs 13,1.. Plans 10111 Towing. II 001.?. 155sf boo and oak, Bautlful hull land 5.0 u 1531 Us00,150 0053101HOMES
'."'1.ONI .MU Mor**. Hi Wort alMDollaHOOttf wan _".. Lakin4 ,los oudr 147 Inc... Pre,.,., r'1: site with patio pool dou Lot 120 loot ,...1... II.... hso
8EDROOM upstuso UU April 1ut 0.4015. OIL rrkw 2oO PW ...*. Trm AND Liii! carport, suspended oak a nod bedrooms. I.... 1Ila.roo. .
01_...... _. .1. ott.I central P0.145's mot ajtramodern loft "".. BroM oondlUonoa 700 dow*. $55 B. L OtrdnwR. turalhd. eUrecllnlv .. OSt .&?O.tbul. Now luru .
.10.. PhoosMO H TWO DOPLEXEB floor apart oottu $sad, to floors, built In kitchen with BY
C UU Uli ItGob's .
mobUbome park hot and sold watw In w Rr *. alr-condlllon r. "Lo... In.miudos
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'18. I RMlty. Mil But Mala _..> kltahm ............. Air 050r55 but. haroh Colt IJ.lOOCltr"
oaab dallr auld onrto other nustsos.droll.ma0..
rooo. many extras Make
SMALL MODERN ......... ::1.t. II mobllhoni ranch ScOot S. II por wool tiro oar, mat nun IMHISA MadlUoMd Bnnnt rotun w Be ltr. OM-4031. All dro... sod rod .0-01. TV FHA MANAGER
lane oloMU, tom adulU IU Bait all sits faclllUe *n Bin rau.Mui ., ur. ...... lu-Tttl. oranooBol > TURB UND 401 '80051l05.. Ph... olloaiair tool BTAUMTON .,.... oernor offerl RO-10M il.nna. hOOts nowr mowor
Lomon Pnon MO a.7230. an all MW rwroatlon bUUdiIT'S .. *), Jit Mortal EaMckr ._ ..... .U, ..05 55510.. on.ossi-DUPLOX. 050.00* l" .sma .... 11 Thr** odrwm. tw* bath and ..rd... loon. All Out IM>0
0071.00 lIIAR ooU... pomsbss.loris .... .1....... .**r PIOuS Cttr. OnlrIM salohbou0.od. IIrIwOO4. lIann, Plorlda room built IB Posts .nd MEL RUDY Mod PHA tloanrlni. Ask HI to $100 DOWN
p5,0.. Omnlt mOttO. OlD. 240 ALL NEWDrive BOOM POB bwlMi. PHwn. tOtal por ..... Twwu M* dw*. ooodiUoaoa 0Ias1.0. hiplntr ..... Central tir and ke.t, Owa- how roll RO-1134
R.II/1I./ .. N17 12009.PlJPJttOI010 loor, print Mlraaco print $5. B L Oardiwr. a 0. UU or iH4 ao*, rann Sadroftisomotits. *r tranrierred. afU "1021. tMLA REALTOR Malt ir ...1,* komi In all I....
Out Today To ....'.. 111 a*..n low. ., K. UU at Di...'. RMltf, woubl ..roorttaran THREE BEDROOM CB, like .... MORTGAGE PHONE Joni. CotnpUUilr r.ttoorat.dlMonthlr
AP.RTWIINT' WOo loll Bait Main. phono WM1I3LABOB Mmbliwd, Want ..mot.t. I... oil boat condition' BROKER .
to. nOd U'.IO fum.bh.d. 110 Pt.monlb. CIRCLE M TWO lIdS ...... PrI..10 b.*. lisa. Mil* U It, Ownr *.*.1101. oonur PHA. Widow ....... ou 1527 E. Larry Heath 6828300 >rmtnl M low at ."
......, ATnUCnvB bIlluMiiota. lolno: Memorial Blvd. 'top br our ollloo or tall.
ill M v. WU.3.o. ... II.... Cad. ... .susoS0.a, i wMrlMklno Lak* aiten: uSI' PIIONT.OI sIlk los .._... 1HIIAROAINI. dial 686-4107 Galen Hauger 683.1358

lOWLY DECORATED, intuIt totIsO. WOW 1M..... Ia 1.01..1.111 500101 Irot any time OFFICE 682.6147
parod
itrwu boat ba BEAtnlPOt nodnnhem
.. ....... ... MOBILE HOME u T R.TUCKERJr
*. *. 140 W..., SI. 55105. IIJ-1401. Rodurad for oulrk.llor .11. 1,050, *, tbn bodro.. Ito Nib .
funil.hod. Call MU 1-0731 ... '710 Morth MOM. ISO-
1 11 Reins With herdbARD IOns ooraw lot ownatonl lor.-
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: BAROAINBI REALTOR
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FIVE BOOMS olwtrl kiteIrlnUlon ..., ThU Week Special '.nd. mall uaet of laud to 4341 Il... nar Crystal Lake. II ion HAUGER REALTY
up IPEClAb" ..... for .1'-. prim kr 2015Oaths. SPECIALBY .
air conditioned su 10 lorIs, *om* with OOUM*. RETIREMENT N. 311 N. UU, An Ukllud
New WITH luaebe to itT ... A...... can _
boat Mledr furnuhed toed lo.round iom*>iu with htd.. until down ;CB dopIest Euuidoi partlallrirotihodl owntr0007IM Realtor tMLA MU inn
I'.uoo. 2044 10.10 a..._. ..:J- 50'( X 10 ROYCRAFT .lrile Ok* room.low1.. ttMenakl. 713ll p.,..*...<. Call *Maloolm Thoma ntar Morw,. ouil M ".1o i. Th.m.*. OWNER 311 B. Orani. ItItop PHA Ana ProMrtr Mnir
4014.COTTAOI. lihu. MI.15UI Brt Boditn, oil, 10... 113.t.ai. .....rt BKDHOOMB iVb belliPlorlda at Ui* Blip ol too Owl VA Ana Prprtr UuaiwSPECIAL

AND OrsOn 00455.501. $4995 .. ltor,_SMITH. SMALL OROCERf UtIn... for rent air conditionedf ..
..... IIPd ..11 1000151usd. moor 131 OnferaliMAparh.UNOOLN OIBSON PARK Atuattlx l.ko- >.!.. Stool and lllturM. BolMnle S ...*. tort rUal kanain. In a No Real Estate Fee CL..I'IID DISPLAY CL..III''D. DISPLAY
eoiipl n* nt*-children 1501 West Arlana St .1.. lot*. Lo... wooded iluo WIUlcwr ea h reolpt.. Llvtai ...:. ..., weilnbl __ Call UD
Ideal for retired .......1. ill B sod .."', In ood UrmtBC 'to. Phon. ..1... Cllr 031.1713Raion Moil or alur 0 ..m.. 11.11I No Mortgage Broker Fee
t.oe.9. 111-1410: Open 7 Days I 8 PM COURT A0440ta141.I&od'o L.nd CompuirOOM._ lor MIIUI poor 0.11thS.38otot'S TWO BEDROOM Cl fumolsh.d.
; flout for wlored peonl .
dOSS DOWNTOWN Two rooms. stdoms 1700. Low dowm "oarwwit "I Only $400 down, no closln
*. Bank LlMOla sod Wool Tin 5471 LOTS I. bttdulla, 001,0,1- I 0
prlrM ,.u,. 114 M ...k. Cull MO $4384TWO .01. oIl' watt'. 71 ,.., 11.310. POUR PI1I1NIARIlD spaotu.ool.'oar lonih.. Inouln 114 Rorta luruneb costs, will buy this beaut
UII pid 311 South Plow Tork .100 lots mudo oitr, CIOMI tO.WoolAido sow Wntds. 0101.0 111.0001 MI.
Ml4030THKEB BEDROOM duplu. In Dial. wIth' oily '.011. or Imsd.. 5532334.COLORED : IIIDVCIID 51.009. ...,1.. C.U'I rut 3 bedroom living room

$30. CI.100. soul hotr.u.. 21.4. M.wlr ndMrid soti 171 a .5. W011dod loll Lb''I.=1 u500is. WIll 550,10109 5.5 boO- dining area wall papered '
.11 .100".. Ideal ,.. workOuts.p1. sooth. Uakr, owner, 94341.MU D.sItnblo 5011110.145 ..... n.ooo.P. INCOME! room ......, ...r.., oondltlonUoal .
''W.thl. ..PI.n..... 1.00.toussN. a-THV Qu..tI" dIsoslull SoliSidsiOd" iM.ll.n, Clunlaod boObOo kitchen snack bar U' FlorIda -
1034240. 0034002. IEYOU'REThINKING DBkUXB BOUTHSIOB ......... or will I build to SOil. .MAIUVILLE -<.Ji. J07IO Wit 0.1..., StniMparalo 1 _.Mi. Por 111 oge, If told br room, fen !:4. In LUXUIIOUI WAnl'.OHY OtTO

LAROB One kidrnnt thIng room, kll t.aKJrLAND soomLoons"hin ... 110.... on* mtod. St April lit. Own r al4. all drapes and 9 4 a 5545550. 0. 0th.' 890105SXCLIIIIVI
slots. olio..,. room. .1 to on. all UU bull, lot* of 01* 11015034 LoS II. .. 550tOIaluS I lid ..r wood and Hi. sIlo. on OILs OR trad tbn carpets,
odulu modortlelmmcvlU Ml Sooth 055. ._.. All room Ian*. .1.1. .osp.ttalt fur buon.O0.Cots. mud. *t 111 por w.*k. Dontnlu CB ...-. fumUhod to Palmore School, yard'i HATUSfIcOMPLTo
.....1..11. H14-0004. iltohM Oak floor 111 .*.. '", loud road. 055.0310. Kill' ovum, 11000 total. Or will trado for boos In .1 door .1C.lAnON IsTlecoso.oo.Mm'uu
ITI, Aftr I pben afO 4114 ; ...... Colt Bui Tru M tt MO
( PARK .lola Uudrojol or Bollrwood MU
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MODERN CLEAN and attract ,
3 7UI or T R Tuck.r .I' ollor
loot ,.... ,..... On bus tin.Liundrr dIn 1400 ..*... tall MO "7173. 1001.... ... 420 Eastway Drive I "
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PARTLY POBNUIUtO: Iwo TIrIt T.
lion llihlni. Pair ol tote 110 II ,.. Stssp
'..UIII... IM boO ,..- TO irrTLB tlM. .11,
nielloHALP. :bdrom Bood lloor. r.duosd. d..., 110 onoaui IMS to loMon Horn or Inoom* .......",. Onduplol Call MU 19m 005.050 AND 041 P05 1010,
rant adult mpl 114 BM* Ui. lot ...k. pour ...... todar. ....III. On
DUPLEX oln. air 00" 0' ....'1130. doss t* cnopplnv, .b..... and 141 Watorlroat PTOBtrty 001loIpsp I5ISmtfllast.IWH Two *I with 1.4' ,. AI. ....... 5091005015.01.4

diuoned. Meetrlo kite.... .urn of B change, check the CLEAN UNPURNIIIHKDTiplw.. .... oohool. Also 001 rUbto toLoMburt .000 b...... 553-4555, .5.5 0p55 5.118 5.4 5-04 55 ,..' ...,
Sup, rate. Adult. .......... M0311 ...... 550005P ......... 50515 01 SACRIFICS C.D A. On100,
114 Pr.nrU Bl.d. 004 .ttulnor IM Ml 00411 larll lal.... I.k... ..Ia.. Crook UII" 3 badroom 55,55 55o55 NEW TWO bod.... ..._. 5.000 1100 W. LAU PA0055 PS
wealth of Jobs toted to the '154 _. ... .11. .... 01 basso> ._ Caih *r 5'... lor Imnwdlaio ooovpanrr. lioow ,... 5. oN Mo..dM 0,415. 531550..I105l
PRIVATE ENTRANCE *orM>*dporoh !aRA"g MEW ..*( ..Uo<*. or two 5.050 Wnt of 0.0,55 .lot. Iron ..... o* off 05 ft Iliriat araa kullt-ln rani.awnlnf .. .... -
ll'ln room oedr ... .... *. Tills M th, nloMt Iw* Te ere. on V." 441 ..,.. turn wok dark Crom .A.r>>Mi** ........, full til. both. BARGAINSAND -
k'I' ... b.Ui Oonnnlcnt Io.UI. "Help Wanted" columns. LakxludOok S Nona .. floors, .... ..
bod wot aportoMnt tat Nortk M 11.1...* Crk Road l 14 ldawa MU of Ier' porebM .... "' .....
sOds nelibborluod Oouplo onlr ,...... alt ondmooo. builtin OIl.. t* rosS eetato otfir., BrU o* :Ml Woods and talon 1 Prt. ot 110900, HIM. iIk -
553.3343ThOIU See daulfled for your kind rut. ud .*... *l*.trl. kitonm. 0w00. B). Bu.k Bol los.iTo00100 -00 PT Ukifronk M mil** wotof .... a/ur t low down c.rmonl. ..I.....
ROOM ._Im.... LI.hlO To'U find MOO ill ..... Plorlda.. Phono 141.7874" : Ukdond Lobs BotonlnMia.Lwt Can b* MM d.llr at Bun AonPor BUYERSmeet
..01 .."., 10,51.0.0. 519 05.1Ml Chan ........r. phon* MO 3u on InrormaUon sill Jrrr Mai *0.005. $op4. W.Oost's.S Co.d1.alos l50u5D..Iprss.t
Huh
wt for Ml at 1400.
....'84. of Job aowl! LOVELY MEW '11I bMlrMnl dutil i nd nrr. Cn .. kr kt t* It... dl* C* d-Uia w Dan Wi.... b 1. Moss sod Ao..iso.o,

Old LOCATION dada *nd balk. _*bl* Mormannt 1 ACRE LOT .1.._ M MuSs Boo B. O UUIt CT 3.2433.TWOIIDR001I
11_.... Lne lMt *po* "' ''tI. 111! ....*. L. 0....*.. B. L. Eat or Bud. C8 _., ngo0151.1 -
Adult. P.rkm.. Water twnUbed UU oaoalMODERHTHREI. UU at Dlcb Hltr, loll But filr0100.d. 0504' 514.. .U In the Want Ads If
........ ...... Cs.hrn.. .. "
130 Wail Cannon rMM *>MtrUluh dote In SB Lakeland Mats Bt. Phono HO t-tia 0114 -- --

full both trouad floor PPROXIMATFir I acr.. on TIIRft .10110O., ,.. bulbs you have something to sell
. 1 _CI.ASIFI50 iPLAY __ CLAI1IISODIIPLAY_ __I:11,0. .U_ marktt downtown Hard Road City Water Uk UP*. 4JO ... Lalwlronttllul OOnttDl h... sod sir. Isoll,
dull*. "' ''413.I ---- -- .... two Mdroom horn. 7 nsa'slaw 0001 p55rnsst "U 5.
I Ideal For Trailer cottH Iuoo,.. mown br apnolntmont 3111.I" a service to offer or room

TUNE-UP SPECIALIST 139 U..llh.4 Hovsn or Otherwise ...1,. Contact B. C:. DOWN. "I 51.0th bins ,.. [ 'J
Lot. B L. Oardntr or I L.
I 05dm... b.m5, 110'Park.. Ar11"11I. to rent dont wait-dial
Ink. Dirk Ro.llr, 1011 B. Main ohs. 0050010,04 brobon.
KTftlE BIRLEoV MMOT of Also PARITY fumlihfd S and I ONLY ONE I 'hon' MU "im1IREE 5000323.i1"OW." ,
141.1804 11_ 111I sod with MU 1-1131 now and place
2 .._ Mol Rudr Rvaluir BEDROOM boo... Built.kllch.n ;
.. .. U.7 Loss Str.st ,
-. 500.5 .
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LMwund I.n Bart Umiorlal .1. 514. 250 dn. $3100 mo I. UoM. UeaUd. I .11.. 100,05's "0"1.' Th,.. bod....... I
nrriw oil .10. olONPURNUHEO. North ol 10, on 301 In Croomoooorh 005 boU,.. Lo.. _.... Isauit- your id. selection of
"We hove the finest
**.._ o< lard ntolor ftrammlwMH ." I DOPIBZ I kfd- **. 0..... MO ..n... full, rod_... IIblp.... StoolOur. .

*MO.**o sod ......, Mrport I block ........ KIRK McKAYPhone n OWNI0. so kII.U'.1 Lo 504-5502' lIa.'I2' .....10.NII.a I choice one-owner automobiles in
mtMrt .uk.>. sod aw bass ooutlii.u. *'0. 9311 *1.505 In 000554.11. tws bod.roo. COLLSOI. b, ...... H....
.. InOrlMtw 50 *,_VI noa-4071 or ou-Aooo c..IIP'I' : 6tl&3243LAKEFRONT ... tw* b.th.. oold MHIil. ,.Ub nnLlI Sot ISIs...11, 5'ooutatlod Polk County."
: _...... TOil OMOIM _,.1. TOOLS BEDROOM with 01.5 all .Io.tmls horn. Control Into ODO b._. Slot
todviM for .... wlol' 11107 IIorLb Msu00hIoutIa. .7. tint and air oondltlonlnf' Thr.* -... Vlroo 101109.. I.. II".", _. CL.IIpi&o.DISPLAY_ .1
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old Prlerd nil RUI
... -. ..onlb. Cast 8.b, MO 0-lION.. .. 1..It 514.151k ills,. 550.9032IT '60 MERCURY '62 RAMBLER
o *. loll But Moon. Pb. '
- ilM-1133 Aubornd.1, WO 7-'JlaI.VTIFCL OWNEIt, a.o b'dtoorn CO.sri. ., SELL TOUR CAR
50... NODOM Ow. bsdmolo as.oio. 1 Sodw*. Power iroirlitoowor s. Rodlo h..
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TUNE.UP SPECIAL 710,145 room' 5400 SSltt I TO US !! rr,
., .041,1. 100.0.5. III.aalO or
IEVEN ruf old
553 Psr.ot. 2203 Ustrlrb CI.- wrakM., rdl' cud) ulomotlc
..,-1101. Home sites t. .lr.nt ..11I.. Puhln. *wlmboattno .. wi MY TOP ruicis' ro* $995
Only two tracts ,.. 'oII2a. ooo.d In honor
sir
March 20 1964 SQQC
Before ,
reient nIl Coupes 'TWO OR UIM bodroonu. olraaodrn 0005. at boob door :? ANY CLIAN USID CARS 0.5.5. #202
ZO.OO I.. I...*. Mhool. .lra*. bu .: available. .63 acre and ap- Thro or lour Udroonu. Plorlditrtd ; INIIIK&1) Ii conJ #99 O7J
71550.0 .... Pus ."" V.I.V. $ ...1..1.. otiliilo. won-. 3 Good terms roo. otis ...1_ _.b. ..1. 'IV' room horns. ROSS LAKELAND '62 CHEVY II
: c r= 0.l, sh p900. acres nss.oOSblr 50 .... arnallor .... ... 50. .u.... atlmu.4 Ion.. '
:: '.. : :: .. ICLIIAII TWO bidrom ".pl'.1 La *. 0004004 05 ..t. 110'.110' 00 10.11... .a I MOTORS, INC.ISOOW.MomorMIM. 59 FORD
Sot ..... .t"....... Litoh. liar.I *1.>>... elooo I* tr*>. Hi R. M. MARLER&SON 0.0, .011 shoal. .0011 : 4-Dr, Hordtop Radii, Sodom |ron, radio,

: f:::: :"..:::'';..... "' $987 II OsosolL loulr HI PalmHtoB = 55.0 Tnrnpl Hlh.a?. -I ,.h. MU 2-5111 hoot, oulomori 54555.slsst.s. :nd M295

: t.: :. 'h::. .. B E B BEDROOM BouUuldl L.A.ID tw,
.." I 1130. 1 kMroom .... John ..Ila. = $795
nu. ....... _I.... 124 W. Mall tMLA Blt.n A 101 '60 DODGE

I:l55..I0S-4tO3. 401 1. Mill ." MO S-MI1 I YUDR FAILY'SSECURITY. '59 CADILLAC 2-Door .kordtop. ..dl.,
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Claude ItnMntLINCOLNMERCURY INT O* Mil, sIr **adlll I
Mauttful ttn Kdroom. Unln ..... Viol DEBIBABLB lots In |ood Come lit And Meet Soda. Full nwwor, sir hr, auto STQCtron.
''I .. Florida roi. oonlh tld.. i'SaldsOttSl s.st100, ._ I. aldurn' esndlll.sd." $ .. <22, / J
MJ-I41I: 5.5 5005.1. 550.0000. 558- 'J 695 :
I milE' 11080000 i44 ...1Ia ..1ILro. : I '61 OLDS

101 1.0000 SOd $31 0050. llJo .ALI 1t.UIao. 501 loOm '
__|NCAuthorlMd I'''. sboso 00 J..1or blot .obooI, a* II ;!! : 60 CONTINENTAL '.., Tudor, III.. ondwktto

Conwt Mercury, Conrlnontol' Dealer 1 N EW TWO Mdnun air ...dlUoo 001141. Cad MO S-M3. 2-Dr. kordrop. Full pow. sidle ..4 ....t..r
bru-k L>m reoint Ho.r 8U1LDIIIO Iffi1iIii't0: 5', ste' $ '

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Ml last Mol St. Uk.lai.d ft MU 241S1 ONB"BEDROOM: ..It.... Mtwlt '60 '59 STUDEBAKER
wonted.. Water ....I.b.... .... 18 ACRES N.W. TOWN your own. For outstanding CHRYSLER
..uaoute deal a* Wlnu kn>*. I Lo..." Imperial Soda. Srolto Woo". Rodl,
a....ud. ..1_ two malo ....
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home
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for buys see Air' ssdIoIo..d.I lull ogtomotld
... 10.7.TWO raadi, all IM4. kllt Md fit,.
..od for pacturo. d*..lpMnt. prose prssoulssl.s.'
BEDROOM b..... SIll 1, or .....\DIon..T...* tour hole. day's "Homes For Sale" #152 M695 #217 $545
_..... 0010045. 0010.115 33330s55 won t (lor KM prlod at 130 owl
PUBLIC AUCTIONRid all. ood term*. Cull lOgs PtuUIU

REirr 1M3 Chooo BtroMi 0.0.5too. t B TMlur Ir.. lUalurt listings '60 CHEVROLET
ntuttr kwuw Ian f_... Ma viin or OTWIOM *l MU
704 So. Missouri ..... 540 moat*. PhOM OU041ITwo 0-300. 4.0. Sodan, fully o* ln-
Brick Homo I ,.4, sin conditioned. A I I
... '.III..AY. post Lu. ParSot CLASI5PIIO DISPLAY Ci.051IPIIO 0IPI.AV
_room Mark IONIC DtMtlo buv .t $1095
Ront w Ml, MO31a. ;:'

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05005. 10..110..1. 'UO p.r _... I DOUG MARTINH. !
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SUNDAY AFTERNOON MOUIITHHIE .. 50... ....,. ond
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UU Iao' Umoa. nwulr at Lakeland Ford 125 Lake Mir.
Union nM MV Company, CONTINENTAL
1334 But TO FROM"
CHOOSE
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wide**. lit.... loji-prl*. as the cor of the Year. foil Hwor I ; wkitiTyyo

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I- BUYER 20% DEPOSIT SALE DAY "Many Other Clean Cars to Choose From"Claude

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M LAKE LEDGER Tuesday,_March 11, IIIU "


it l lUnclerwithholding, : Of Income Tax Raising Lots Of Questions I



r', By STERLING F. GREEN steeper at higher Income lev the same tax cut as was originally Q: But the withholding remains not be felt for two or three ployer to drop one or more of -
WASHINGTON (AP) Because -, els, the gap widens as income planned for 1964; and the same in 1965? years, they contend, and seri your exemptions; that is, tell
1 of changes and delay i n increases. the economy would get thelime A: That's right.. The em- ous price pressures won't be him not to count your wife, or
enacting the tax cut law, the Q: Wasn't the gap foreseen? amount of stimulus in ploye's take-home pay will stay felt until much more idle machinery one or more of the children.
taxes withheld from paycheck AIn the original tax cut spite of the legislative delay. just the same as now; the withholding and manpower Is put to Each exemption dropped adds
will fall about $800 millio plan It was not so large. That Congress readily agreed. will Mill be at 14 per work.Q over $90 a ;year to your with. fREE
short of meeting the actual called for reducing the old 18 Q: Couldn't the rate have cent. : But isn't there danger ofa icldlngs. I
1964 tax bills of Americans per cent withholding rate to 15 been set at 15 per cent, with refunds Politics Involved business letdown next year Q: That wouldn't be enough,
Millions of taxpayers will let per cent in the first year and 14 at the year-end to makeup when people have to write in many cues.
smaller refunds than usual a per cent In 1905.Congresalonal the difference? Q: Was there a political rea checks for the taxes not with A: True. The other method Is
year from now, and a good Slowness BlamedQ A: It could have, But then son to under-wlthhold in an held? simply to ask your employer to
many especially In middle : Why was it changed to 14 millions of taxpayers would election year, making the first- A: The business advance Increase the withholding by an TRIP NASSAU
and upper Income brackets per cent from the start? have been over-withheld They year tax cut look bigger than it could be slowed up if a lot of arbitrary amount Most com PIUS
will owe Uncle Sam more mon A: Congress didn't move fast would not have received the is? people who planned to buy cars panies will do so, If the amountis
enough to get the reduction full benefit of tax reduction un-I A: Some Republicans have or refrigerators are sending ex- In multiples of $$ to simplifythe
ey.The Treasury and the Internal -started at new year's. For two til a year from now. And the charged that Johnson wants to tra money to Uncle Sam I bookkeeping $5, or $10, $250 WARDROBE
Revenue Service are beIng months of 1965 taxes were withheld spur to business and employment heat up the economy to insure Instead. But government econo- or $23,.and. so on. ._- -
bombarded with questions at the old rate, 18 percent would have been lessened re-election. They contend It mists foresee no setback; the -
about why this "under-wlth President Johnson proposed may be overheated, with re upward movement should be CITY TRANSFER CO.
holding" happened, what I it that the rate be droppedto The wide discrepancy lasts suiting risk of Inflation and a strong enough to absorb this relatively 718 W. Lemon St. SEE THE DOWNTOWN
means to individual taxpayersand 14 per cent for the last ten only one year. In 196S the second recession in 1965 Administration minor flow of money to I Teisphana MU 6-4711
the economy in general, months of the year.Q stage of the tax cut takes officials deny there Is the treasury. MOVINQLee.1 MYSTERY SHOPPER
and why steps were not takento : Why? effect, and the Income tax rates either political motivation or Q: How could I increase my l m4 Lens Di.saaca
( avoid the discrepancy. A: So that taxpayers, over will move down somewhat closer grave inflationary threat The withholding tax? I W. Give 4'H Green. Stamps I
the full year, would get about to the withholding_rate. full benefit of tax reduction will A: You could ask your em- on Uul mw. only
Questions And Answers
Here are some of the ques
tioni and the answers given by
tax officials and other exports .
:
Q: Are all taxpayers being
"under-withheld"?
A: No not nearly all. For the
great majority of taxpayers .
c::::: '> '
especially at lower-Income levels .
the withholding will cover LIJ ...". .
tax liability More people will .. \ ; .
get refunds than will have to( t .; "
pay extra. ;....J. sn
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:
Q: Which ones are likely to I. ,
feel the pinch? LL.. I .-t. I
A: In general, those with Incomes '
upward of $9.000 to $10,-
000 I year. The higher the salary .
the less likely that withholding : :
will be adequate.Q Carlton ; 'I
: How hard will it hit?

A: At $15,000 income, a mar "
ried taxpayer with two chil
dren and $2,500 of Itemized deductions ,
was underwithheld $5 u... :
for 1963. For 1964, even thoughhis ,
taxes are lower, he will be
about $165 underwithheld.Q .
: Why does It happen?
A: The withholding rate Is
now only 14 per cent. The actual
tax rate Is higher; and
since It becomes progressively
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I I

Today Is Tuesday. March 17,
the 77th day of 1964. There are
289 days left In the year. Today
la St. Patrick's Day. .>t"t
Today's highlight In history:
On this date in 1756, the first ,
St. Patrick's Day celebrationIn
New York City was held in
the form of a breakfast at the "
Crown and Thistle Inn ai
Whitehall. In 1779 the first St. I u
Patrick' Day parade was
staged by 400 Irish volunteerswho
marched behind a British j 'lb
band from lower Broadway to .
a tavern on the bowery. 1
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On this date
In 1836. the Republic of Texas .J 1 I
adopted a constitution.In .
1897, Bob Fitzsimmons de-
feated James J. Corbett In 14 4
rounds at Carson City, Nev.,
for the title.world heavyweight boxing H

In 1912, the Campfire Girls
organization was founded at !
Lake Sebago Maine, by Mrs.
Luther Halsey Gulick.
In 1942 Gen. Douglas Mac- I
Arthur arrived In Australia
from the Philippines to become
supreme allied commander for < See for '
; the Southwest Pacific Theaterof yourself.
operations during World War F.

.
II.In 19SO, nearly all of Frank
lin D. Roosevelt's presidential t.
papers were opened to researchers \ .
and historians the
'
that .. ,
first time In U.S. history : "
been i ''" : '
had
presidential papers :
made available so( soon after ., :
death. .' ,
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Ten years ago-Japanese police
attempted to find and re-

move vessel pounds from which of fish public had landed been sale from show-12.000 a This is Carlton, the, unusual new cigarette from The American

ered with radioactive ash from

U.S.Atoll.Five atomic years ago tests- All at of Bikini Yale Tobacco Company. Every thing' about: Carlton is selected and craftedto


University's were put 4.000 on Indefinite undergraduates probation produce this result Low "tar" and
(
as the result of snowball one : nicotine with real
riots In New Haven that resulted ,

States One in the year protested arrest ago -to of 40 Russia The students.United that smoking pleasure..) It is so low in "tar" and nicotine we print test

two Soviet reconnaissance

space planes by had flights violated over Alaska U.S. air results on all packs and car tons. D Carlton has a distinctive blend,



Leaves Flash 8 Flood Dead high porosity paper, special air vents, and a new "flavor filter" with



(AP BUENOS)-A flash AIRES flood,that Argentina roared activated charcoal :which actually enriches the taste. 1:1: We believe

I Into the mountain town of Chum-


known and bicha Saturday.20 left to missing Twelve be eight Injured., it persons persons was reported were dead you'll want to try Carlton. We also believe you will find it a new



province town The of flood 3.000 of Catamarca swirled In the Into Andean duringthe the and pleasurable smoking experience. Give Carlton the time it

morning after an eight.Inch

nados the rain mountains sent River water Into cascading the Los down Ba- takes you to smoke a carton.a See for yourself. ......k.L- .-.u....__ ...

Reports reaching here said :
eyewitnesses reported the river Y"
yP i "I1t ': '
built to a 25-foot crest beforeIt 11't', 1 ...,. ., ... ,I
bit the town. ::: :
What was described as a wall ,
of water tore out trees and car- f
,
ried along parked cars. ,


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