Lakeland ledger
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
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System ID: UF00079940:00015
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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[ City And County Assessment Rolls Over $33 Million part 1

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By WILLIAM D. SHILLING rate is 12.5 mills Two years should the city commission dentlal property with the $5.- merclal property The present not all reductions will be ss nicipality Is assessed at only

Ledger Staff Writer ago, it was 18 mills The present adopt the county valuationsand 000 homestead exemption ap k assessments county, $52- gent, percentage-wise, as the 10 to 15 per cent of value;
The County of Polk has a 12.S mills represents 75 reduce the mlllage to ( plicable. 880: city $21,860 two examples listed on residential other property Is assessed at
property assessment roll In mills for general operations, mills These are actual cases The present city tax bill is property.
Lakeland totaling $139,552,371 and S mills for debt service from the property roll, $153.25, Under the conditions City Comptroller L. R Shu- 150 per cent, and higher, of
Lakeland'i valuation is If the city commission Example No. One is commercial Fourth Of listed the tax bill will be man however reported to the the county's values.
$103,056,020 a difference of adopts the county sssessment property. The present $475. 2. city commission that a majority The following table Is a con

$32,496,356. figures, and the governing assessments: county, $29,- A SeriesThe Example No, Four Is residential of property owners tinuation of the table which
Allowing for homestead and body has indicated that it 500; city, $11,500. property. The present would have lower tax bills if was started In The Ledger on
other exemption, the county'i will do so to correct hundredsof There is no homestead ex- assessments: county, $6,380, the county roll were adoptedby
total. assessment on Lakeland glaring Inequities in Lake emption on commercial property present assessments: city, $9,160.The the municipality and the Tuesday It applies to only
property it $97.980,473. land tax bills, the millage will So, the present 12.5 county, $8,930; city, $9,500. present city tax bill is millage reduced from 12.5 one-half of the city's completetax
The city's Iptal Is $64,786 probably be reduced from 12.5 mills applied to $11,900 assessment Under the city's 12.5 mills, $25325 Under the conditions to 9 mills roll. The properties list
700-a difference of 33193773. mills to 9 mills means a city tax bill of the total tax on this property listed the city tax bill will be Inequities Exist ed have a minimum assessment
The assessment roll alone The 9 mills will probably 14375. Is $8125. $2742 As has been pointed out In at either the county or
does not determine a property represent 3 mills for debt serv- If the city adopts the coun- If the city adopts the county If the city adopts the county this series the great need in city level of $10,000, and thereis
owner's tax bill The tax ice, and ( mills for operations. ty assessment of $29,900, and assessment of $6,930, and valuations, and sets the Lakeland is for the correctionof at least a difference: of $2,-
bill depends upon both the assessed Here are some dollar-and- sets a rate of 9 mills, the tax sets a rate of 9 mills, the tax reduced rate of 8 mills, not the gross Inequities which 000 In the two assessment in
value and the ad valo cents examples on present bill in the municipality on bill In the municipal on this all Increases will be as dras- exist In property assessments each individual case .
rem millage. assessments and millage, and this property will be $265.50. property will be $32.37. tic as the two commercial In relation to the county'sroll
In Lakeland the present tax assessments and mlllage Example No. Two is resi Example No. Three Is eomr properties listed above. And some property in the mu (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)

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HearingSlated College Nehru Vows FightIf

i dry Pakistan AttacksKashmir
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Ledger Staff Writer .
BARTOW Tomorrow's d 'wa'
R Y.. R ,.
meeting between members ;'r.4 /
of the Polk County School ,
Board and representatives of p: ''
the state Junior college survey 6 atn.
team which recommended Would BeInvaded i' 5'qw \ 0
Winter Haven's golf courseas ,
the permanent location of
the Polk Junior College apparently \ca./t:
has developed into

a full.scale hearing.Superintendent c. 47
of Public Instruction
K ''v >
Shelley S. Boone NEW DELHI, India (AP)-
said that he will make arrangements Prime Minister Nehru told a
to increase seating 'u b.N
cheering Parliament today that
capacity In the board's 4'y Indian troops will cross the
meeting room by about 75 to 1 ceasefire line in Kashmir it'
SY i,
85 seats. 1 necessary to defend Indian territory

Report Rejected against Pakistan.
"We are not prepared to go
Boone said that tie hopedto
across the ceasefire line and
have seating available for
attack the territory now under
ISO when eftsmeeting
about persons Pakistan! .occupation," Nehru
at S o'clock
opens said "but obviously If it becomes -
tomorrow afternoon.The necessary in the defensiof
meeting was reauested tar territory'for them'(India
aefcoJ boat J Tnembers
when three board members troops) to cross* the line, the
4"e they will cross +It.."
refused to accept the reportof .
the survey team which Drama On The Wth Floor Statement Strongest Yet

turned down five ether sites Neh 'II" statement was the
offered as permanent locations A fl..", .*, Linen Isle, sad toMitri try to nfcTMM M.",,,iio Humid as id. clln|< I* strongest made By,any top official ', )
for the college. window MMiHMl .f .hr burntee 1 sparsest as 10* flour of kulldlds III. New. Tail,'. IwMUfh. tt since the ratwht outbreakof .. ''''/'
The meeting place and the lr.". lJ..,. Fire c.,*. J.h. S......, ttntat. ocrM MM flow .f the .pntm *t III hit ....... skirmishing and: raids across
time were set up by Dr. .. nose the ,........... This klchirt was tok. .. .r M l G....... .* ."....IhI.I ...... phM. .nplMrkf the cease-fire line tw the disputed 7r.i'
James Wattenbarger, headof ....., whom .Hlce It ......, end who was drivlnf twit wham he MW th. else' tllfllrifl to the Himalayan stale ;ft' .' '. ......... (
the State Department of ...._"'. (Copyriahs W4. New York. felly Newt ,l. Ar Wlr.***.) India and Pakistan fought ., J
Education's division of jun- over Kashmir In I94S and bays \ ,
ior colleges. been quarreling ovet the state
According to ground rules, Polk Road Tampans Bar Press ever since,
the meeting will begin with Commenting on charges that Canadian Soldiers Relax
comments from Dr. Watten Electric the Pakistan government la Instigating -

barger and then will be given Bond IssueAuthorized Tampa the border clashes, C.,,"'.. s.Wltrs .f the Unltod N.II.... peens *t.sl"f fetee .... with MWI,.,.'* sMrid/
ever to a questlon-and minutes Nehru said: "I know It is a regular harked win ..rrIc.... *f tits UN urn, .In Nlc.ll., Cr )..... AP Wlr.ph.r. T!I. ...br,, fuss Nlml.
iwer period allotting campaign."
to each school board Defense Minister Y.B. Chavan

member. City Set TalksCity told Parliament 25 Pakistanis De Gaulle Woos Mexico High WindsCause

Leaden Te Comment raided an Indian village IVi
BARTOW-The Florida Development
India's side of the
After a brief recess, the Commission gave of Lakeland and Tampa accomplished and what we can miles ceasefire on line night, French MexicanExchange Fresh
meeting will be opened to Polk County's future road Electric Co. officials were to hand out (release for publication killing four Sunda
comment by spokesmen for meet In Plant City this afternoon ,
various communities of the construction program a. shot to discuss a possible territorial ) an 11-year-old boy.Complaint Fire FearsLOS
county.Individuals. in the arm yesterday when it agreement between the City Manager Robert V. Lodged

or groups may authorized the Issuance of municipality and the private Dan Youkey McIntosh and Utility said that Director the Chavan said India had lodged UrgedMEXICO ANGELES (APFire--

submit questions to the survey $11S million in road refunding power firm.Fischer "ground rules" for the nonpublic a complaint with U.N. observersIn men raced today against fore
by contacting
team members bonds. Black I executivevice Kashmir. casts of more high winds to secure
discussions were set by
their district school president of the Tampa Co. The Indian government has CITY (AP-Presl-' may I dare add attracted to boundaries of three disastrous .w
the The action by the development Tampa Electric '
to "
board member prior Electric Co, said this mornIng They said that they had learned that Communist China dent Charles de Gaulle proposes my own country brush fires before gusts
meeting. board gave county commissioners that the press would not asked that the meetings be and Pakistan have agreed to coordinate that France and Mexico join In De Gaulle concluded his second can churn them up again
Boone said he has had no the green light In be permitted to attend the but that the private utility foreign and military a big exchange program but busy day In Mexico by attending Three wind-whipped fires
Indication of municipalitiesTurn a plan to refinance the $9 S meeting. open firm had refused. policies affecting India a high says it wouldn't cut Into Mexi- an elegant candlelit were contained Tuesday after

( to Page 2, Column 3) million road bond Issue passedIn "I don't think that we can This will be the second meet- government official told The can relations with the United dinner In a Spanish setting He, destroying at least 20 homes
1959. Commissioners have carry on negotiations In the Ing of officials on the subjectof Associated Press earlier today. States. President Adolfo Lopez Matoos and charring 11,600 acres of
newspapers" he sold, "1 thinkit territorial agreement The official, who declined to Do Gaulle told a Joint sessionof and their wives dined on pigeon brush.
estimated that about $2 millionin much better for newspapermen The meetings were setup following be quoted by name, said in an the Mexican Congress Tuesday -crab salad and champagne on Gusts up to 100 miles an hour
Man Orders interest costs will be saved not to attend. an attempt of Tampa interview that India is revamp- that Latin America Is a gallery overlooking a patio I fanned the blazes Monday In
In the refinancing program. "We can decide at the end forging into '. foreground of filled with 2,000 guests. the foothills northeast of Los
50 Copies Of The action also gave commissioners of the meeting what we have (Turn to Page 2, Column 2) (Turn to Page 2, Column 4) i the state of .world! affairs." He De Gaulle and Lopez Mateos, Angeles.
Special Edition an additional 15 mil made clear that he wants to Increase planned third round of private Damage $4 Million
lion In borrowing power. French Influence In the talks today, followed by the Insurance companies estimate
Copies of The Ledger's List DraftedA ,,,, .:",;:ItiI :. region. signing of a Joint communique, damage st $4 million.
special Polk County Dec- list of IS road projects to '. T' ;. ; i1' The 73.year-old French leader It was expected to deal mainlj: Looking at forecasts of 31
ode For Decision! Progress tt : with commercial, cultural and I
be constructed with part of the f f, suggested Mexico and m.p.h. winds for today, County
Edition, to be published $5 million already has been ; France begin a large-scale pro possibly political ties. Fire Chief Keith Kllnger said:
March 28, will be tent to drafted by the commission and t gram of scientific, cultural and De Gaulle ends his four-da) 'It's a race against time to.
dozens ef aisles and sev submitted for approval by the : technical exchanges and be- state visit Thursday and will, make sure that all hot spots art
eral foreign countries.One French colonies In I "
off st
state road department. Mf come "true and good companIons stop extinguished.
subscriber, a new Commissioner Chairman in the work of civilization" the Caribbean before returning Two hundred firemen remainon
comer to Polk County, for- Wilmer McCutcheon has estimated "Without a doubt such a to France, the Weldon Canyon area
mer Wisconsin businessman that construction on the rapprochement Implies that the blaze, 20 miles northeast of Los
who lives In retire- first of the projects may get aim, the attitude, the action In Angeles where 2500 acres of
ment en one of the coun underway by next January, a word the policy of Mexico City watershed were burned over.
ty's dozens of lakes, ordered Commissioners are contemplating and Paris, should not only be Another 300 mopped up hotspots
H copies a few days another meeting with par prevented from diverging but on the severely.hit Bur-
ago saying he wanted to representatives of various municipalities should actually be attuned" he bank-Glendale; areas, Just 11
tend them to friends hi in order to draft said miles from downtown Loa Angeles

Wisconsin whom be bad a more detailed list of projects 9i II IIs Before Congress and at a Pale In the Verdugo and San
been trying to "sell" en In order of priority, for presidential luncheon st the National Rafael Hugs.Fire .
coming to Polk to enjoytheir Amusements .. ..... 111
construction with the refinanced Palace De Gaulle triedto Threatens Community
retirement. bond money.Russians ease fears In Washington that Bridge ... ........ 9 All the homes burned were
The special edition will his visit might affect the closeness Business News .11 In the vicinity of the two cities,
point sp the progress of of U.-Mexican relations. Comics 18-19 In the 7,000-scre Verdugo Hills
the county and end outline Its communities their- Expel Any special relations between Clarified 2930.31 fire and the 2.lOO.acre SaD Rafael
Mexico and France, he said at Hills blaze.
achievements In Crossword Puzzle .. 19
expected the luncheon, are not Intended"to I The third fire swept to within
the Tears Just ahead.will West GermanMOSCOW put an end or even to diminish Dear Abby............. 19 three-quarters of a mile of

Regular subscribers their the relations that bindus Deaths ................. 2 the San Fernando Valley com
receive a copy st to our neighbors" Editorials ... .............. 4 : munity of Granada Hlllsj before
doors. (AP) The Soviet 1
Extra copies, mailed l l government has given the West yl v. Before Congress he spoke of Fulton Lewis Jr. .... S : firemen held the line. No struc

tree anywhere In the U.S. German Embassy's counsellorfor "Mexico which, without in anyway Horoscope ...,. ........ 18 tires were damaged there.Damsge .
estimates varied. a
the fact
tr Canada may be ordered commercial and economic underestimating with Television ..............19 I The, County Fire Department (
her massive relations
from office the, or main newsboys.circulation Soviet affairs Union.five days 'to leave the Just A Couple Of Farmhands her that great northern neighborare Sports .......,.-...... 11-15 said 20 homes were destroyed

Additional details and a officials both natural and fertile, still Weather "............''' 8 I and 10 severely damaged In the
Embassy were at a
handy order blank are on loss to explain the expulsion order WkM. IS-,..,-." G.....* Cl.w. tM. .W I hit clam. M kit ftrii.r'i firm .( S.yrii.,,,, feels attracted toward the European Women's12.13 cities of Glendale and Burbank
Page 12 of today's edition. for Heinz Naupert, an expert luffed. he b nttrnpfiM .r "Ch.rH." a twfr ii4-.-*..ff ,.., tU furry frtw'e. ...,.... The countries by all kinds of and the Eagle Rock section of
i on Soviet oil production. hopt'4. It Semi UP Wtnstete vie caMs frames U4m. ) affinities and, in the first place, Los Angeles

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1 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March If, lilt
I Military Airplane Flying Granddad Crash Lands

City County Assessments

Crashes In 3 Years Plane On
(Continued From Pap 1)County W. N. Gasklns 12,660 8,820 Single-Engine Icecap

CII1' Carl Adair 15,670 12,740

Name Value Value Mattie W. Pope 18,360 13,120 REYKJAVIK Iceland (AP- accident In 38! years. The last i I learn to talk again.

.1. L, EweD 29,500 $11,500 Pattie L. May 13,030 8.840 Cost $1.8 BillionWASHINGTON Max Conrad America's (lyinggrandfather one, in October 1929 happened Conrad who live In Wlnonn,

Emma W. Lynn 10,080 .oOO Mary Emma Askew 17,740 13,960Electrical Is reported In "fin on the ground A woman passenger Minn., has crossed the oceans
W. SJmonecht shape" after being rescued from alighting from his plane so many times that he remarked
Harry 25,770 14,800 W. T. Fusselle 5,390 28,1500
Mary I. DarneD 24,730 18,500 Laura L S. Stewart (AP) More,I The Army which uses mainly the Greenland Icecap where be walked into the propellor and last year that he was getting
22,000 15,920Dr. than $U billion In U.S. military helicopter and other relitlvel crashlanded a single-engin was killed. Conrad tried to rescue bored with the ferrying Job.
Ray Clement 13,010 4,000 B. H. Comstrock 13,820 10,740 planes have been lost or badly inexpensive aircraft reported plane.It her and the still-spinning In 1961 he and his ion Terry
Myrtle M. Ewell 13,170 8,000 Hattie M. Cook 12.210 8,560 damaged In crashes over the I more than 200 major accidents was the 62-year-old pilot' blade fractured his skull. The 17, set a record for small planesby
A B. Lineberger mc 29,070 14,440 J. L Hardin Jr. 13,000 10,560 past three years It was learned with $27 million in damages. [first crash In nearly 14 years of Injury blanked out his memory flying around the world In t

Manuel M. Branco 57,220 51,000 Kenneth Harlsaw 12,540 8,900 today. In a rundown of causes, the,criss-crossing oceans delivering for three years and he had to day and 18 hour.
John Capell 45.980 25,300 WIlliam Drennan 13,840 9.200 Pilot error and "material Navy said human error was ilngle-englne planes to custom
Greena Fuel of Florida 17,060 5,000 Eleanor R. Young 11,820 7.800Gerda failure" were listed as the chiefcauses responsible for 60 per cent of all ers. '
Guy Lena Kester 22,130 18,300 L Berryman 10.700 8,700 In more than 2,000 major accidents to Navy and Marine By his reckoning, he was mak. ;
Ben L. Berryman 12,080 8,500 T. M. TOlls 11.680 1.360 military aircraft accidents In Corps aircraft Pilot error was ing his 100th transatlantic sol SaMe Wood Prod. Ine. 19,530 17,000 Eva Boring 11,720 8,400 19611963. blamed for 48 per cent and 12 flight Tuesday. Apparently trouble -
Sargeant Citrus Prod. One 15,180 7,500Sweets Gulf We In. Co. 29.4RO 20.360 This data was contained In an per cent by "other person" with the Italian Procaer Picchio .
Realty Inc. 39,810 31,100PublIx C. B. Harbour 19IUI 13,100 analysis provided by the Defense Material Failure Next F1S he was ferrying from FRED C CHANDLER MRS. ANNA ENGERT
98,820 58,960 Virgil E. Cruise 31,410 22,600 Department. The Associated Italy to Canada forced him Fred C Chandler, 79. died Mrs. Anna Lydia Engert, 86.
Press asked the reportIn Material failure accounted for down on the barren Icecap In yesterday at his home at 609
Phillips Pet. Co. 22.870 10,500 J. 1. Smith Jr. 12,570 7,400 of 703 Klnslngton St., died yesterday
Werden T. Bisset 44.800 19,800 J. W. Annls 15,840 12.040 connection with a running 28 per cent weather base facllittes subzero weather. McDonald St. He was a nativeof at Lakeland General
Annie Lou lvey 38,150 18,160 Mary 3. Fordyc. 18,230 11,640 dispute over the relative reliability and miscellaneous cause The filer was less than five Bakersville N. C., and came Hospital She was a native of
of missiles and manned the rest. hours out of Reykjavik Iceland to Lakeland 24 from
years ago and to Lakeland
Phillipe Pet Co 10,720 8,320 Norman Rogers 10,200 1.700 I Germany came
aircraft. The Air Force said pilot error when he came down on terrain! Tampa. He was a retired Atlantic four from Cleveland.
Bluebird Enterpriaes 45,380 24,400 Helen Hollingsworth 11.280 8/100 years ago
Critics of U.S. missiles systems caused 31 per cent of Its accidents he described In a magazine ar Coast Line Railroad roac.
Ohio. Mrs. a member -
Engert was
J. E. Ward I
E. Baker Mn. 12.240
15,350 8,900John 8,820
Virgil have suggested among material failure 39 per tide 12 years ago as "mounttains. mister and a member of College of the First Reform Church.
M. Fraser 12,540 5,280W. Mary L ))eye 17.840 15,300 I ID other things that there Is much cent, weather 1 per cent maintenance Ice rocks no Iron no I Height Methodist Church; She Is survived by one daugh.
T. Harrison Jr. 12.870 U20L F COrp. 141,920 102,880 I more assurance about the reliability .' 8 per cent supervision coal no trees, nothing that ma Lodge 91, F A. A M; Lakeland ter, Mrs. Arthur F. Beer Lakeland -
W. Humphrey Jr. 10,750 8,300 Murco Stations Inc 28,310 13,800Mrs. of manned aircraft because 5 per cent and the remainder could use." Shrine Club; Tampa Consistory, and one sister Mrs. Kate
Ray V. RIce 10,300 8,380 Annie W. Carey 29810 19,060 of many yean of experience undetermined and miscellaneous. Luck was with him. He was Egypt Temple; Masonic Lodge Fleck Cleveland Ohio.
Allen Adams 11,930 11,800 North Carolina National 71.280 51,400 and thousands and thousands on the Ice only a short time be- 138 of Dunnellon; 14th Masonic Funeral services will be held
Lakeland Ford Co. 15,280 7,360E Harry Halden 14,560 11,100 and thousands of flights. Army statistic, which were fore an Icelandic airliner spotted District; Low 12 Club of Ocala: tomorrow at 10 o'clock at the
E, Holloway Jr. 39,740 30.300 Louise S. Graves 10,300 7,720 The Pentagon report said the not broken down were reported him. Another plane dropped and American Legion Post 4, Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home.
Lakeland Ford Co. 35,800 23,060 Eo M. Knight 21.100 14,200D. lAir Force suffered some 1,100 to show crew error as a main warm clothing and food. Lakeland.He Burial will be in Lakeland Memorial
Geo. E. Lees 28,460 21,500Fla. C. Laird 24,770 18,900 major accidents over the past cause of accidents material An Air Force spokesman In Is survived by his widow Gardens. Friends may
F.v. Fertilizer Co. 87,140 044,500 Mrs. Susie A. Smith 20,980 17,680A. three years causing damage failure as the second cause and Washington said Conrad walked Mrs. Maggie Knight Chandler; call from 7 until 9 o'clock to-
Standard Spray 1& Supply 75,180 31,000 I. Arnold 12,900 7,900 otaling $1.1 billion. This averages maintenance and weather following -across a glacier from the wreck- a daughter Mrs. Margare night at the funeral home.
W W. Donahue 14,400 11,020 We In. Co. of Georgia 33,030 20,000 out to about $1 million per In that order. age of his plane to'the spot Green of Chicago: a son, E
Iva J. BrIdges 12,800 10,080 Ada P. Jones 11,120 8,820 accident. "All the services have vigorous where a small fishing boat took Howell Chandler of Wauwatosa ,
Alva R. Carter 13.490 8,500 Pearl H. Robbins 10,190 7,140W. During that same period more accident prevention or safety him off the Icecap. He wa Wise.; a sister Mr*. Don Hor- RITES FOR MR. HOPKINS 0
Imperial Cit. By-Producta :t8,200 18,000 C. Dick. 11,860 7.120 than 900 Navy and Marine programs," the Pentagon transferred to a Danish amphibious -ton of Violas, N. C.; four brothers Funeral services for Robert
Corps planes sustained major said. It claimed that Air Force plane and flown to a U.s. Earl Chandler of Lakeland, Hugh Hopkins of 751 JeffersonSt.
27,320 9,760W The Texas Co. 25,860 13,300
Walter Engle" amage or were destroyed. The and Navy accident rate have air base In southern Greenland.He Byron of Andrews, N. C.. Chester who died Sunday were held
S. Moore 1 28,360 17,500Hoyt J. L DaIry 12,400 8,080 dollar estimate: something over been on a declining curve since was to be flown today to the of Chaffee Mo., and Labe yesterday morning in the Heath
R. Plemmons 10,020 12.600 C. B. Myers Jr 48,150 27.260 $700 million. the 1920s.Shippers' Air Force base at Goose Bay, of Knoxvllle, Tenn.; two grandchildren Funeral Chapel. Officiating were
Fred L Hendrix 12,010 7,500Chas. Allan Signer 21.420 15,720Evelio Labrador. and two treat-grand the Rev. Ralph C. Arbaugh. pastor .
LeGrow Jr. 10,220 7,800R. Valdez 18,330 10,360 It was Conrad's first serious children. of First Presbyterian Church
I. Jackson 13,360 7,500H. J 01. A. Crouwy 27.240 15,460 Group Favors Funeral services will be held md the Rev. Howard E. Anderson

V. Congdon 25,240 19,700 Genevieve Mitchell 17.590 10,860W tomorrow morning at 10 o'clockat Minister of Visitation.
Knoxll E Lewis 12,890 10,000Marion W. Duncan 13,750 11,440 Increased Fresh Fruit Liquor Permit the Heath Funeral Chapel, Burial was in Oak Hill Burial
R. Jackson 12,000 10,000 E. E. Herwig 10,260 7,500T with the Rev Charlee P. Hamil. Park

Fla. National Bank 41,870 35,760 W. Sarvis 21.240 18,700 Research Promotion Holder Sued ton. pastor of College Heights Pallbearers were William
Julian Simon 19,010 18,100 John R.'Andrew. 13,020 11,000 Methodist Church, officiating, Cheatwood Blaine Poole, W. J.
Allan A. Gushue 37,460 31,800Wm. Vera S. D. A. Tidwell 18,560 13,740Annie Burial will be In Roselawn cemetery Peterson, 0. G. Turner Victor
C ChIld. 12,330 10,300Chas. O. Morris 16,180 14,000 Implementation of the Booz 'Hook said the letter was Un LeaseBARTOW with graveside rites con Ramsey and W. H. Venable.
N. Hunt 32,020 24,960C. Mrs. E. W. Bowen 10,800 1.500 Allen and Hamilton business written In response to a Com ducted by Masonic Lodge 91 Music was provided by Mrs.
consulting firm's report on FlorIda -mission request to the fresh .ueI I Friends L, Tucker.
B. Richardson 12,060 1,200 Shannon R. Anderson 17,200 14,000 One of the may call at the funeral Ray
Citrus Commission operaons fruit shippers, Florida Citrus home from 4
until I
O. Fisher 10,230 7.260 cessful 'liquor license applicants -I p.m.
W. H. Buckalew 10,050 1,080
should contain provisions Mutual, Florida Canners Association has today.
been sued for allegedly
Rohlma E. Perry 10,300 8,000 L B. ArendeD 11,020 8,980 for increased research and pro and the Indian River falling to out LEE D. RALSTON

W B. Langford Jr. 13,880 10,300Paul Roy Surrency 13,550 10,300 motion for fresh fruit, in the Citrus League for recommend-' terms of a lease on carry a build- NORMAN H. LORD I WINTER HAVEN Lee D.

B. Noble 10,360 1,400 Roacot L Jones 10,100 7.940 opinion of the Florida Fresh tlons and comments on the re Ing originally designated as Norman H Lord, 83. of 47 Ralston, 70, died yesterday at
Frank R. Rlchm.M 10,150 7,700 Grant L Bowlin 17,820 1,700 Citrus Shippers Association. port by April 1. the site of a package store. Carla Avenue, died yesterday Ms residence at 818 Spring Lake
Mrs. T. A. PinIOn 18,340 11,860 Richard Phillips 35,870 24,020' In a letter to Commission "The fresh fruit shippers The suit, filed In circuit in Lakeland General Hospital Terrace. He was a native of

Mrs. Leroy Redding 18,100 12,400 H. O. Halaey 18,460 13,700 General Manager Homer E. strongly recommended an Increase court by Marion E. Howell, after a abort illness. He was a Massillon, Ohio and came to
Charles Co Sellers 27.100 17,720 Mrs Co W. Reynolds 13,910 2,500 Hooks, the Association express In research on fresh names as defendant Irene W native of Massachusetts, and Winter Haven several months
Charles C. Sellers '11,340 8,860M. Tremarco Corp 38,150 15,780 ed approval of the report In fruit packing house methods Johnson who originally secured came here In 1944 from Framuigham -ago for his fourth winter from
It Morgan 11140. 8,000Nell B. A. Howell 13,140 10,500 general and urged the Commlson and techniques, as well as on a liquor license for Mass. Mr. Lord was Barberton, Ohio. Mr. Ralstonwas
I. Early 12,040 8,700 Horace It Hancock 13,020 1.100PubllX to proceed with the Implementation Ithe: development of mechanical Irene's Package Store on a retired owner of a Framingham employed as a machine
H. D. Marshall 15,980 10,500 8M,880 .70,000 proceas.Nehru harvesting equipment Hooks Highway 17 south of Bartow, Laundry and dry cleaning shop foreman for the Ohio Brass
Herbert C. LewIs 18,190 12,000 R. M. Green... 17,340 11,900M. said. "They also emphasize the Since the license was or establishment Co., of Barberton for 45 years

Ira J. Hinkle 11,480 7,700 C. De Stefano 19,890 18,400 Vows urgent need for continued and Iglnally Issued It has been He I* survived by his widow, H.Brethren was a member of the United
expanded research In rind transferred the Garden Mrs. Mildren Church and the F&AM
8.300 to
Mrs. D. T. Morton 10,550 8,460 H. 1. Shirah 12,940 R. Lord, two and Elks Lodges.He .
17,000 Patricia A. Grim 10,700 7,800W breakdown decay and other Way Lounge on State Road daughter. Mrs. Marcia Cook
L S.nbom 22,720
Mary To Hit Back trade lowering defect In fresh Is survived by his widow
W Harwood 13,170 11,000 540 a mile east of Winter Ha Jacksonville and Mr*. Nancy
10,280 8,500 ,
L S.nbom Mrs.
Marjorie K.
Mary Ralston
fruit. The two
shippers would like
ven. The series of the license Hebb Fort Lauderdale two
Mn. Ann E Redpath 10,730 7,000 R. D Guy 11,660 7,760 particular attention given to ; sisters, Mrs. Goldie Mathle
Increased allow
7,980 At Pakistan also has been to son, Gordon R. Lord Lakelandand
B. Ballard 1440 10,000Mrs. ,M. E. Zlpprer SOI00 Phoenix, Ariz and Mrs.
J. importance of the fresh Imagein for sale of liquor for on- S/Sgt Myles E. Hazel
8,300 I: Syracuse -
Aoud A. Parks 19,850 14,880 O. W. MeredlllJ : 14.740 Hayes Plantation, Fla.
1O. U.-.. 8,5001ermaa log its policy on the assumption advertising and that extra .premises consumption. N Y.: and 14 randchll- ; one
Lewis D. Boyer 11.260 1.960 94. LlICret\. 'J that In the future It will face attention be given to the advertising Howell charged that on Aug. dren. brother, George. A. Ralston Barberton -
S. Edgar Watson 11,860 1,080 Steele, ...)t3IO 1.260 two hostile neighbor working and promotion of the 23, 1963. Mrs. Johnson entered Service arrangement will|be 1 ,
Charles M. Booth 11,540 7,860 1D.. Smalt :J. r,3820; 1.500 together rather than separately.This specialty citrus varieties such Into a one-year lease for a announced by Gentry-Morrison Services and burial will be In
Neva F. Sheeler 11,900 8,380 A. M. Pickard :.I l3000. 10,340 indicated that the Indian a* Temples, tangelos and tan- 30-foot by 60-foot store spaceon Funeral Home. Barberton Ott-Laughlln Funeral
A. WIlson 13,620 10,880T. gerines. Home is in charge of local ar.rangemenu. .
Thomas R. Beck 21,880 11,860 Dorothy government Is discounting the Highway 17.
Sarah K. Jackson 13,080 10,360Hallie B. Winikus 10,140 1.880 possibility of making a separate I "I am highly gratified to get Howell said that the woman DR. ALPHA 3. TITUSDr.
Miller 11.470 8,120 C. B. My.rs Jr. 14,350 11,880F. this expression of opinion from owes him S900 for one year of Alpha Jack Titus 86, 914
Corning F. Tolle 13,200 ,800 D. Sebring 12,460 8,880 the organization which represents the lease and that the defendant East Lemon St., died yesterday
13.140 10,380 ltoU1.'Pdi/, the Industry' fresh fruit advised the plaintiff In MRS. LILLA DAISY DIAL
Richard C. Cooks 14.940 8,480 R. V. Youkey "has t Lakeland nursing home. He AUBURNDALE
Rev. W. 1. Aahworth 15.160 10,840 C. C. Sweet 11.780 7,900 .- Interests Hooks said. she dose not Intend to was a native of Klrklln. Ind., Daisy Dial 73, Highway- Mrs.92,Lilla died

O. H. Allen 10,360 8,180 Raymond Br.dt 10,330 7,360E. diplomatic deal with either PakIstan Approval Offered .honor the lease." and came here three year ago last night at a Bartow hospital

Walter 1. Riley 10.630 8,580 R. Hamm 11,210 1,320 or Communist China to Specific approval offered by Howell alleged that the property from Daytona Beach. Dr. Titus after a long Illness. She was a
James A. Miller 11,280 8,420 relieve the pressure on at least was leased to the woman was a retired veterinarian; a
F. A. Lesnett .Jr. 12,940 8,460 the fresh fruit shipper for the native of florida and had been a
H. W. Abercrombie 11.420 8,020 part of Its northern border. with the understanding thatIt msmbtr of the Methodist
Stella N. Richards 24.710 19,820 proposal relating to staggered resident of Auburndale for many
Edith W. Freeman 18,240 13,220 W" W.' Hermely 12$60 9,100K. Premier Chou En-lal of Red terms for Commission member would be used as a package Church; the Masonic Lodge of years.

William 1) Shilling 14,860 10,720 B. Clayton 18,940 13.720R China visited Pakistan last and to the limitation on store Fort Valley, Ga, and a member She was a member of Edison
Mn. Pamela R. Young 18,870 11,820H. L. Fusselle 14,460 11,880 month and won a pledge of close /ear* of continuous service, The license Jan.transfer 7. became of the American Veterinary As Avenue Baptist Church of Jack
effective societies
13.260 9,940 Jack K. BrowQ 18,880 14,440R. cooperation from President Mohammad Hook stated. This proposal sonvllle.
B. Betts 8,880 A. Fransen 17,120''12,800N. Ayub Khan but there would permit the Governor to He Is survived by his widow Survivors Include a daughter.
R. M. Suit was no public mention of Mrs. Jessie H. Titus, one son
11,980 8,800 any appoint four Commissioners Mrs. Jewell Hare of Auburn
12,820 L Story Water Safety
E._Co Swihart 19,470 Robert U. Titus
military or diplomatic collatortlon. each year for three-year term: Lakeland: two dale; a son. Carl Dial of Auurndale >
-- -
- and would limit ..member to grandchildren and three great > ; and a sister Mrs.
I College Reports of skirmishes on the no more than two consecutive Program Set randchildren.; Minnie Prevatt of Jacksonville.
with India Pakistan border are term Funeral services will be held Funeral arrangements will be

amazing: reaching New Delhi In Increasng A report proposal on merchandising Red Cross tomorrow at 2 o'clock at the announced later by Kersey Funeral *
ProducersSet numbers. drew a counter rec By Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home. Home.
new Hearing The Indian official said his ommendatlon from the fresh' Friends may call from 7 until
MICRO-MODULE TalksElectric government consider these fruit shipper who would like to : Jesse Levering water safety I 1 o'clock this evening at the
circuit skirmishes potentially danger- see such activity Increased. chairman of Lakeland-Mulberry funeral home.MICHAEL. MRS. BARBARA DAVIS .
ous but doe not think an escalation "The Association' letter atte'l Chapter American Red Cross, AUBURNDALE Mrs. Barbara .
to obtain state per. Slatedor Into a greater conflict Is that the tremendous growth of said today a Red Cross water ALLEGATO Ann Davis 27, of 121 Pal.
mission to extend Its power threatened.On the western part of the country safety instructor training course Michael Allegato 61, of 811 metto St., Auburndale died at
lines Into areas eutside thee the Chinese frontier, he make this an Increasingly 1m will be held In Lakeland starting Easton Drive died this morning Lakeland General Hospital this

planning to send said there Is no Indication the portant market for Florida citrus -next week If a large enough class In Lakeland General Hospital morning. She was a native of
representative groups to the meet. Communist will try anythingbig ," Hooks said. "Grave doubtsa II Interested. He was a native of Italy and Alabama and had lived here for
:Fr "l1!: Ing. In the near future. Red expressed as to the advisability Candidates must be: 18 or came here 18 years ago from the past eight years. She was
The new Serenade a Full Per.formanc '" Lakeland troops. however. are consolidating of moving the merchandising -over (17 If a High School gradu. Brooklyn, N. Y, Mr. Allegato a member of the Church of
Hearing Aid.. Deliver corporate limit now served by Chamber However of t Commerce h and positions they won In the men out of the territorywest ate and approved by Water was a citrus grower, and a Christ of Polk City.
aU the power you need for clear the City of Lakeland. both ofwhich 1962 border war. of the Mississippi river as Safety Committee); have teach- member of the St Joseph Catholic She la survived by her hua-
the Bartow
hearinil Yet U is the smallest be- In a report to the city com city of India regards the China-Pak recommended by Boos Allen ng and leadership ability; be Church and a member of band Earl Davis; two daugh. _
liind-the-ear hearing aid BeHon mission on Tampa Electric istan collaboration a* 10 close and Hamilton. The fresh fruit willing to teach for the chapteror the Italian-American Club. I ers, Louise and Alice; two sons.
h.. ever produced. Come In now Co.* attempt to "Invade" that It believes the Communistsare shippers suggest continuing organization; and have completed He 1* survived by his wife. Tommy and Robert: her moth-
for FREE electronic hearing teat Lakeland territory Youkey l, ". R"t,; Onf : virtually certain to push t merchandising! In this area with or will complete the Mrs. Rose Allegato; two daughter er, Mrs. Bessie Fisher of Louisville .
-no obligation. termed the effort an act of road from Chinese territory a realignment and regroupingof senior life saving course. *, Mrs. Vivian Pennachio. Ky.; her father Oliver
.-a modern "piracy." deep Into Pakistan perhaps to territories for greater effectiveness. -I Instructors with expiring or'Lakeland, and Miss Rose Allegato ;Simmons of Athens Ala.) two
RAY BUHWALD DMtlfcutwHIARINQ City commissioner agreed have strongly opposed the capital of Rawalpindi the ." expired intructor trainer certl- of Miami; one brother sisters Mrs. Sylvia Hagood of
unanimously to authorize administrative the team' report have publicly official said. Such a road has The final recommendation by Icates may register for this as a Salvatore Allegato of Brooklyn Chicago, and Mr*. Carolyn De-
Be&nu: official to enter Indicated that they will been rumored In Pakistan. the fresh fruit shipper deal refresher course. N. Y. and six grandchildren. :lOts of Louisville; her grand-
court suits, if necessary to have representative at the "The Chinese are now 'In' In with the recommendation that All persons interested may Service arrangement will be parents Mr. and Mr*. Tom
keep Tampa Electric out of meeting. Pakistan and the two will be legislation be developed for enactment contact the Chapter House, 302 announced by Dukes-Steen Funeral Brook of Auburndale.
SERVICE I the general Lakeland terri Both group have adopted moving together from now on," at the next session of Park Trammell Drive, TelephoneMU Home. I Arrangements will be announced '
207 I. Urn* It. Pt,. (62.1450 the Florida Legislature to facilitate later .
tory. resolutions calling for the he laid.I 3-5716 between 8:30: a m by Kersey Funer.al
board to request a new survey I V the Implementation of the and 4:30: p.m.CATTLE. ROY J. MCDONALDRoy Home
on sites.Two report Hooks said 3. McDonald 72 a retired -I -

I BUY SELL TRADE I Recreation AUCTIONS cock steamfltter St.* died today of 415 at W.Lakeland Han RITES FOR MR. DAVIS

InjuredIn Driver ReachesCoffee General HospitaL He was WINTER HAVEN Funeral
StudiedFor API-men
Project rlllr i .to*'r t't a native of Cleveland, Ohio, services lor John P. Davis, 74,
Diamonds :, .."". luetlon ..:O.l'cvLdC. R: ( of ill E.; Central Ave.
... and to Lakeland from who died
For 1,110 ipMdJACK80NVIU. -
Accident : Cup; i ::rr. 8 Diamond Shrine Pin Manatee ".-..... 0" Madison, Ohio, 12 year ago.
19 Sumr.w icxxl 100-_ IU UTS- Survivor Include hill widow, o'clock tomQrrow morning at
14K Solid Cold . ' This Auto Crashes lilt .Und.rd riUndu4 1700ltMH.llm ud. no* 480- Mrs. Doris McDonald; three the Crisp Funeral Chapel, with
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A too it* nra-iooo the Rev. R. D.
Co OO-H Nelson of Ohio Hodges pastorof
Ladle Watch Attachment Vtllltf II 84. sons. Geneva ,
$65 subcommittee of the Outdoor' I I .;. = U :1Ci Jerry of Madison and Kennethof Central Baptist Church offllating. -
11 Diamond HK Solid Gold 17-year-old Lakeland mother Getting a cup of coffee from a IOGOoIUO.'I"dlf.
*- . Recreational Planning Commlt- Eau Gallic Burial will be In Lake.
and her ll-month-old daughter tee I* studying passenger sitting In a car is ;-ri6:0. .sivm'as : ; a stepson. Wendell Me
a project for .. Memorial Park ,
7 Diamond Ladies' so-so aa 0. ntea 3u.aO Zn.taoes,4 Mertt of Perry, Ohio a
Ring 75 suffered slight injuries In a two Manatee County. an easy thing for a driverto 05=:\ ; Friends call tonight from
Tiffany Style Cluster . car accident at Highland Street The subcommittee was given do especially if the car Is 51,4,., o..e' rse.e,; 11oo "..."ia brother, Norman McDonald of I until | o'clock may at the Juneral
Leroy Ohio and 14
; grandchil
and Plnewood Avenue this traveling on South Florida Ave
the Job Tuesday of deciding =li1r"IO 1M ICesmm. iome.
I HUNDREDS OP DIAMONDSALL morning. nue at about 45-mlles-per hour. r.001. dren.
whether .
the committee could I Jack Klmbl CD'" ..odl"::! .. Funeral services will be held
AT DISCOUNT PRICES Ward of Medulla .100
Sgt H. W. Foster said Mrs recommend spending up to $40,found that to be true ao.ea-a4ue. :. &:"*or..c,.., Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
early this
Ann Willis Glover suffered pains 000 for buying and improving a morning when he leaned at the Thornton Memorial Home

fwjrtty (f larjajn Off M JSrpnlff to Lorraine her left K.hip Glover and her suffered daughter a i, P.property Benjamin adjacent Memorial to the Judah get a cup of coffee from over Jerry to POULTRY & EGGS i chapel. with burial In Oak Hill Dukes Steen
Burial Park.
McAnally of 2810 Martha St .. Friend may call
RANK'S iEWElRr"Dimnd split lip. They live at 102 Oak The committee, an outgrowth Patrolman J. F. Whltehead TtMT&-(in_,_-:1.-= to' tomorrow and Friday night until Funeral Home
Hill Drive. of the 1963 Legislature I* H- and L. L. Wood said that Ward srseeussi: ow I o'clock. '
AIR WA The accident happened. Foster nanced by a 5 per cent tax on never got the coffee. The coffee ? MMMM Itat .wto In.. I
______ .said when car driven by Mr*. outdoor sporting goods. spilled when Ward's auto struckan X U., ITM 4441 HIM. M 310 S. Florida
___________________________ LUAC( Jenevev Attwood 60. of 1417 I Rep. Wilbur Boyd of Manatee advertising sign near East :tft gr.* 240.us :,40H-44.37s.4o4w.,44 m.es't: THbRHTON I

Irsk.riHOIeit Melnr Srr.ell Oak Hill Drive went through a County also urged the committeeto Belmar Street crashed Into a bloc'., ., .!. ptlon.i l seMite- 34 amle MEMORIAL HOME
sign on Plnewood Avenue recommend buying land In In "01' loe.UU... I Phone MU 2-3123
stop telephone pole, a utility pole a ms1tr IS..J: V tfe At*
and collided with the car Mrs. Manatee and Hardee counties.cement street marker a metal t.r.P.rt.! 4w-A vyi |:ia,lrii ",- "" u "
Glover wai driving on Highland comprising 32,000 acres .. a wil-,street marker and, finally came p5'U'i ..... ,"i b..... .t:4P 4 .. j ambulance service
Street. erness preserve. to rest after hitting a itop sign.I ..f.Z '- "Zr.:= rtportoiiI I ,

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r LAKELAND, LEDGER Wednesday,_March IS, ISM S I
Delays ,
q ? \
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Try To FlyAround -\'tf.: LAKELAND 1stiratinn

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'. ,'I>

Mrs Jerrie Mock, 38.year-oId Jg 28, WWoman
Columbus housewife and mother .
has delayed until Thursday cif I It Pcl.i
her takeoff on a planned
.round- ..world solo flight r
Mrs. Mock seeks to establish t.
a women s record She hopes \ ( .. ,/ f1 f14'LL
to fly around the world In 30 t >
days or less .
She will pilot a single-engine
Cessna which did not arrive in

Columbus until early today .
from Wichita, Kan. ..
Bermuda First Stop

Her first stop will be In Bermuda .
From there her scheduled -
stops Include the Azores .+
Casablanca, Tunis Cairo, Bah- l t
rein Island, Karachi, Bombay J
Madras, Singapore, Manila,
Guam Wake, Honolulu, San [ .
Francisco, and back to Colum- '
bus. 1

Mrs Mock majored In aeronautical __

engineering at Ohio .
State University She has
logged more than 750 flying CO-OPERATivl LANDSCArl PROJICT oyd lows, Inttrnthon.l Minir.li end Chtmlul C..,.
hours and held a pilot licensefor .ft..1 ...ft...., Psalm kit shovel lute the (iv4 ss h* prepares 10 Plant' the fin tHe for a Una1M -
seven years. She has been .pln| ,*.ject! .t Sinew Junior High Schoel The 'Ioct) w.i Initiated by the Into W.m.n's Club,
planning the trip for a year which ,*r Md4 IMC Hlcib t* ,...1.1. the Iran eel the ,l."Mit| loll... Uoklnf on lrm bit, A
ere lilly I. lr.w., Principal .' Hi* Mho; 101... Mary Seal, pmidiiit; *l Hi* club *red Su* .f Public litrtmchM SholUy S. loom lrw holdi a coll .f hail prmntoj I* Hi* Mliol is a lymbolf 1 1i 1i 1i 1r 1r
Thant Will '
Hi* KhMl *bUKm H .*.* far the dofwoodi end oiolf...

Make Rules Ad Agency ExecutiveTo UniversityAlumni '

For ForceUNITED Receive Club AwardMalcolm Give

(AP) Secretary-General U Barnum, vice president at the Lakeland Yacht Club Bryant PlaqueTALLAHASSEE
Thant the of Campbell Ewald Adverislng Charles H. Whltebrook, .
says "terms of refer- governor i
(AP Gov
ence" of the UX Cyprus force Agency, will be an award of the fourth district ofthe ) -
Ferris Bryant passed out kudosto
recipient at the fifth annual Sil
Advertising Federation
are no problem. He alone will
leaders of the drive to put
Issue directives and he won'tnegotiate America, will be guest speaker over his university construction
them with any govern- at the dinner which will also feature ,
bond issue and was the sur
installation of officersof 1
ment.A new
prized recipient of a plaque him-
spokesman said Tuesday lkwr I the Advertising Club of Polk self Tuesday.
night Thant has already lint db + County, The alumni of Florida's universities .
the commander of the U.N. Installation Set sponsored the plaque i
peace force a set of principlesfor .
resented to Bryant by JamesWilson
The dinner will be held at 7
the force
assembling on the of Lake City, presidentof
o'clock following cocktails at
Mediterranean \Island
the University of Florida
Rules Laid Down Alumni Association
Officers to be Installed are The governor honored those
Diplomatic sources said Thant Charles: Whit l ten, president: who pushed the passage at the
decreed that the force: Hugh Cash, vice president; Nlnl polls in November an amendment .
-Should not Interfere In the lorriss, treasurer, and Dan to the state constitution
Internal affairs rf Cyprus Bagby, secretaryWhitebrook setting up a J125 million bond
-Should not use its arms to 3 a director of the borrowing plan.
disarm Greek or Turkish Cyp- Advertising Federation of America One of those honored, Stanton
riotsShould is a two-time past president Sanson of Miami, told the gath
only fire In self-de of the Advertising Club of Greater eying that "without Bryant's efforts .
fense Miami and a member of the there would be no education -
-Should cooperate with but executive committee of the Better program such as this to
remain Independent of the U.N. Business Bureau of Greater day.
mediator who Is to try to work Miami. Plaques went to Thomas
out a political settlement be- He is also a past chairman ofof Fleming Jr of Boca Raton
tween Greek and Turkish Cyp- the services and professional chairman of the drive; Mrs. William v'i 4I 4r i
riots division of hte Miami Beach Kidd of Tallahassee, worn
Thant spokesman said the CHARLES H. WHITEBROOK W. I 'v''. /
Chamber of Commerce and past ens chairman; Raleigh
secretary.general had reserved of Polk County Tuesday nightver director of the Miami Beach Greene Jr., of St. Petersburg >. W I
the right to Issue directives per- Medal Advertising Award Rotary Club A bridge enthuslst. chairman of the Council of 100; !
sonally because of "the purely dinner of the Advertising Club Whitebrook Is past president Done Shoemaker,, editor of the
International character and responsibilities of the Florida bridge unit Miami Herald; and Ronald Fine r
of the force." of the American Contract Bridge of Miami, chairman of the re-
British Commonwealth Secretary Child AidProgram League and life master and di- tail industry division of the
Duncan Sandys told the I. rector of the League. drive.
House of Commons Monday that '
talks were going on betweenThant >, "i !I
and the countries concerned :,. ;,
to set up clear and effective Said Behind ,':'. .".t r. "
which '' "' \
terms of reference BIG CALL IN r I
to discharge ,', .
will enable the force '
its task" State Welfare Board will go to FLORIDA16979O9404 \' '
Sandys teemed to Indicate
work on a legislative program
that until the limits of the, chil-
intended to give the poor ,
force's powers and Its mission dren of Florida a better chance bottles sold
were agreed on, Britain would
Child welfare services are lagging -
not contribute troops. ,, I
the Security Council behind the adult programs .- : r1 -. Y
Thant : ,
when it to meeting the u
comes ; I\\'
in t written report, however, '" ". : > '<
need, said Frank M. Craft state I > r
that he expected to conclude arrangements ,< > ;''' :
with Britain for the welfare director. ,>1: ;
United Nations to take over He estimated that the amountof i to;i. i iU:')t,,
some of the British forces who money going to aid about
have been trying to enforce a 80,000 Florida children meets ;
cease-fire In Cyprus since the only 57 per cent of their basic coo SPRINq v
Christmas fighting needs. The adult program supplies ,
about 90 cent of the \
Thant hopes to build up a per \\
7000-man force by absorbing recipient's need, he aald f
half of the 7,000 British troops Welfare is running about $100
policing the island and replac, million a year in Florida, with tARS OLD :i itOSPRN0
ing the rest with soldiers from, 75 per cent of the money coming 1 4
half a dozen other nations He, from the federal government
has pledges of 1130 from Cane'. Craft outlined four possible
da, 700 from Finland, 700 from I ways in which the welfare board \\ -
Sweden and NO from Ireland. children.may seek to Improve aid to \\\ '

1. Add a provision for aiding

Havana Claims children employed whose; parents are un- ,1 J 'ff11114

100 Students 2. Extend the prescribed medicine pal-c I
program to Include child '
as well as adult categories;
Want To VisitMIAMI 3. Allow the department to
use federal-state matching funds '. ',
Radio for foster home care,
(AP) Havana '
quoted the Castro government 4. Raise the amount of money
Prensa Latina, to- for families with dependent chil-
news agency
day.. saying more than 100 dren above current maximum >: J.:.
askedto of $32 month for one child and f 'aqa .
American students have a ..
take part In a trip to Cuba SSI for four or more. /: 3 ,.:. \ ",

this A group coming of summer nearly 40 Ameri- CITY TRANSFER CO. / ftk Cafa&ia! To- b i
juit ro.mP
can students visited Cuba last 718 W. Lemon St. I r

year Department them in later defiance faced orders.of charges U.Some S. State or of Uc.l Tuhpb.ne nt MOVING UM MU -47)1 Distance ,, ", .GrDCVYu.s I drub wih! tk &oft QJ Ai k J! ,

questioning In connection with W. GIT CM t.JhV.. "_Grn 00"SIo"'PO i Ji'_: I j

the forbidden Junket. -- I ::1 I I

Yacht Club looks they are! Every single silk.like thread of texturized

] IENIUCKY f ocetote never, never needs a press! What pock 'n travel chic! Body

[ ,/ + t BOURBON flattering Finita Knits in the naviest navy around ribbon trimmedIn

a flash of white Or for a stunning vice versa, we've white with navy

ET' trim! Right: V neck cardigan locket 15.00, Left: overblouse, low

belted 1300.and decidedly flapper" 15.00. Slip-on skirt in navy only. .

Maas' Sportswear
M_ 010 Mw.e scasa see Fie. r r p,,

/ "

Dnruiflity Choatpioa..ud ., .,

with a leeoti for high resale! Tn l> why more itiu! more people i

CLAUDE JENIUNS' rail for llil r.ra nge Kenfiirkylioiiriton I

again.again and again :
U>coLN.! lImC1JRV ; ;

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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March 18, Its "One Of Our Own Lard Buckets Dead Ahead Sir," Hike In Minimum


To Inflation TrendBy

Campaign Money In Florida DAVID LAWRENCE '.-.... -,

) FLORIDA political candidates used area to keep accurate account: of all WASHlNGTON-Th maiwu-
contributions the heat" a cam in Congress which could
: to be able to pick up contributions of during vers
l money for their campaigns and got paign. Errors are inevitable but some I bring break In a down severe the national

I merrily on their way without reporting errors appear so flagrant as to arouse economy are sometimes hidden

to anybody III to who gave how public suspicion not just speculation. away /m proposed teg-
1 much and why. Always there art certain Individuals latlon that outwardly appearsto
contributing in good faith to a be designed to serve a
It was'business strictly between the ,
<< campaign who would prefer for business
candidates and their friends.
I or other legitimate reasons that Do
1 But there were many instances that their identities not be revealed.But asking

looked like very unsavory businessthat the law the identities of '
was not conducive to good gov- says 1rTkP :s: ,
all must be revealed those giveto ,
nment help a friend they admire those who add it
So the Legislature finally got give purely in the interest of good government

around to remedial action. and those who give with of

Therefore, during recent years can- selfish expectation of being abundantly
didates have had to report who gave It rewarded in due season after the to

and how much. candidate gets into office JL6c r- LAWRENCE
They still don't have to report why. Distinguishing between those of .. .irS' cept

The surface assumption of course, good faith and those of selfish and per- posed

is supposed to be that he who contrib- haps even sinister motive is impossible.A .
utes money to a campaign does so new factor has been introducedthat raise moreover say
simply because he likes the cut of the has merit Secretary of State Tom the to

candidate's sail and wants to travel Adams introduced it by requesting that $2. On and more ma.
,take the place of
along with him. the addresses of contributors be listed r like
Also this, too. would
Now the lists of contributors and along with the contributions.This with number of avail-

\'ontnbutions are studied carefully by meant a little more red tape help and add to unem
the public. Naturally there is much for the candidate and his staff but it and

speculation In connection therewith. will serve as a good barrier against many

Time was when there was no legal names dreamed up to cover one large who of are often con

limit on the amount of money an individual contribution beyond the legal maxi- / / :& But the that,argument because the by

could .contribute to a cam mum. / Ing a maintain low

paign. It's a good law, and the tighter it rate costs and lower

Now there is a limit but there are can be made the better.A a Ion negotiators

loopholes In connection with this provision candidate beholden to big and a force make the them scales too up far

just as there are loopholes in special interests simply wouldn't be : When the federal
connection with many other legal provisions free to serve the public with impartiality ; step In and es

and detachment, and so it is Voice of the People : assists higher the minimum unions

Certainly, It isn't easy for a candi- well to know not only who gave it and a revision of exist
date and his staff scattered over a large how much but also where he lives. those .

This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page It of course a sin-

group or the

. Spotty GamblingSO This tutorial Ml .''... tfc. Mv.MM''s we plates.' .. ", .tt... .! c"rt.,,, Not..... to .... wage end.'a there begins Is to a cor set
."itaNl.tI.", .. It w.Ic_.. gibe flnbns *f ........ I* fkt VK .f tfct tat-to C.I"", ... Uttm slat Impact on the mak
Lthll the field along Florida's L McClellan has been critical of gam- 10. .1.... sad bane tile writes ....'..., 5.5 M' *s will b.* Hhh.H spas ....u.... A !.*. +.,,H. ... to cover such
lower east coast especially In the Miami bling operations in Nevada, where they .. M4 250 wards, sad ,..'" c....* b.* ..... Th. let sass," ski riche' to .Ioc' say ..... ne many .
area during the winter season, that are legal, but indifferent to the prob- (tort.. S. OphiJtni .f c.I_.. ..< .*.. cmMhutwl .".*., tI_....* as Ikit Ml*. federal minimum-
affected the
gambling interests make a new effort lem In his own state.The only
aervances were found uncon- the minimum-wage
read of a single person giving The
every two years to get the Legislatureto situation In Hot Springs obviously Notes HisValuations any credit or praise to stitutional. er of raising these A
legalize gambling. should be handled by local and the business men or City that It, would seem then that hour to $2 an hour i
Thus far the Legislature has reflected state authorities. But when they ignorethe made Munn Park so attrac those persons who approve hour an extra cost of A
tive. and the continued billion a year to
applaud ready
strong sentiment in Florida it is not surprising that
a problem, W. S. BUCK practice of religion by flat an when the wages
6 against legalized gambling on a whole- federal authorities are trying to do EDITOR: I note In Sun- In our public schools In defiance -paid groups al
sale basis such as Nevada has. something about it day' paper the wide spread of national law art than boosted the new
between the county assessment On Court than little Inconsistent o t a I confronting
But big-scale gambling flourishes more a ploye
The first effort by the U. S. Department '
and the City's on prop- when they at the same time be a would be In
pretty freely In Florida on a spotty of Justice to halt or check gam- erty In Lakeland. profess concern for the moral In billions of dollars t
basis, particularly during the winter bling operations failed. A grand jury Therefore I will list I h.evaluations Ruling ,

season.It refused to Indict operators of the Southern of my property dren., line minimum wages
is more or less furtive, however, Club for violation of a federal stat herein the county valuationand EDITOR: It is more than a tion they engender contemptand more many cases be
then the city value: 420 little incredible that persons disobedience for the Supreme the standpoint ot
not wide-open, as in Hot Springs, Ark. ute enacted in 1961. East Lime St., residence, 12. ranging all the way from high Law of the Land and a But there is
The New York Times recently The federal investigation is con- 650, $11,000; ,.702 Memorial state judiciaries to contribu-' thus surely undermine the respect and a wrong way
printed report on conditions at Hot Federal believe Blvd., vacant lot. $8.700, $7- ton to this column persistin for all law that most it. The moment f
Springs which reveals that this city tinuing. investigators 280; 121 East Lima St., residence holding the Supreme certainly is or should be no government by
there is a connection between the Hot $9,400, $7,300 Court's decision relative to small part of moral trainingfor ..., fixes the
of 2 .OOO people is a law unto itself Springs gamblers and national under- You will note the City valuation compulsory religious Indoctrination the country's children. wage it engages. In ,
Gambling Is illegal in Arkansas, a world syndicates. Local officials say ii closer to the County In public schools a* However 111\ advised in this control for all

felony punishable by a prison term of this isn't so-and as long as it is their by far than any listed In arbitrary rulings of that body case, the prescribed process the and this, In turn,
three years. Gambling flourishes in Hot the paper, and I don't think and further, that the Court of constitutional amendmentIs hour rises.
the three own people who are violating their they are out of line only the seeks to ban religious expres- the only proper and lawful however, for I
Springs, with one of major state laws, they propose to do nothing 'county has the property at sion In public schools. Both course of action for those now a doesn't want
gambling clubs taking in more than about the situation. 821 East Lime St. assessed premises are of course false bent on demolishing the established an overall system ,
No Is all The Supreme Court has but wall of separation this would j
$1.5 million a year. gambler ever that it's time too high according to as
It to
prosecuted.The appears us high realtors who have tried to Interpreted the United States between Church and State. by the trade un 1\\
the citizens .of Arkansas, who are so sell It.About. Constitution is It applies to Unhappily this is now being all\ big voting strength
city levies taxes on gambling fearful of federal intervention in the a year ago we were this question In accordancewith advocated by various shortsighted Business
establishments $200 a month for civil rights field, put some pressure on all complaining and condemning the authority vested In politicians at both : art against I
bookies, $100 a month for bingo establishments the Fountain in Munn it by that same instrument. state and national levels find because they be-
their officials to to it that laws
$10 a month for places own see Park which the business men But in so doing It made no Surely all thoughtful citizens ford laws of supply and 1
are enforced. That's the best way we donated the money to pay pronouncement against truly will oppose such a senseless a free-enterprise
slot machines, The state I
which have can think of to keep Bobby Kennedy's for. I think the one that Is free expression of religion and dangerous mutilation of This effective only
has ruled that these taxes are illegal, employes out of that itate there now Is beautiful and It anywhere and only compulsory our Bill of Rights. ness Interfered with by I
but the gamblers willingly pay the works, but I haven't heard or or directed religious ob- v. SAU the action.

taxes and the city accepts the money.

The sale of mixed alcoholic drinks The Orchid Show

also only is illegal ignores in Arkansas.the state Hot law Springsnot but it MANY persons in the Lakelandarea As Senator Goldwater Says He Goofed I

also collects a tax of $100 a month on and over the county have taken ,

establishments which it licenses to sell up the growing of orchids as a hobby
illegal liquor during recent By RALPH McGILL Ambassador Lodge is a States) are not yet ready to feated In his own home state "He has fewer sore on him."
years. Publisher of The former ambassador to the pull out of the U.N. or turn of California where he sought If the Lodge catcheson
Hot Springs not only tolerates but They have an organization knownas Atlanta Constitution U.N. H* Is certainly not a direction of the domestic. foreign the governorship He has it cannot be Ignored. He
encourages these illegal activities be- the Ridge Orchid Society and they Senator Goldwater Is quoted right-wing conservative He or fiscal policies of the made himself "available." He Is the only man, so far, to
cause they are regarded as "good" for have an annual show. as saying after learning has a contempt fur the Birch- United State over to the senator did well a* a New Hampshire have had a really kind word
the city's, economy which is largely This year the show will again be the results from New Hampshire type mentality and for stubbine from Arizona. He gave write-In. But It should not be from the country squire at
"I must have goofed ** of mind or character them a choice. But he more overlooked that the man whom cattlv- rancher
built the tourist trade. This lawless held in Lakeland at the Florida Na-
on somewhere." wherever It appears H* 1s an and more sounded like a conversation the Granite Slat citizens real- Eisenhower Mr. Nixon also
condition his existed for years, with tional Bank. It is scheduled for Saturday He did. He Eastern Republican" and its out of "Alice In Won- ly troubled to write In was remains In contention.
only two brief periods of Interruption. and Sunday from 1 p.m. until 8 goofed In NewHampshire. such was the vie presidential derland. The voters exercising the vice presidential nominee Ahead are the Oregon and
The last interruption was between 1946 p.m., and there will be no admission nominee in 1960. free will made a choice on Mr. Nixoa'i ticket-not Mr. California primaries. The Utter
Politics not of their own. Nixon himself. This plain stale will vote In June.
and 1948 when a reformer Sid Mc- charge.
an exact science SENATOR Goldwater entered fact will not be lost on the Republican The extreme Birch-type wing
Math, was elected prosecutor. McMathwas "Orchid Symphony" is the name but one Nw Hampshire a heavy 1 THE REPUBLICAN dilemma professionals. Is strong In that state, Mr.
elected governor in 1948-but the that has been chosen for the show this may be sure' to I favorite. Governor Rockefeller like most complex things, One would say that attention Nixon not so long ago desalted
reformers were voted out of office in year Corsages will be featured. that a myth ,V began as a hopeless underdog is not simple. Mr. Richard increasingly will turn to them as "kooks and
died In the His divorce and remarriage Nixon was the choice at the Pennsylvania's Governor "
nuts It remains to be
Hot It will be a show well worth visit seen
Springs were described: as a .nd of the
snows of the eight Eisenhower Scranton It Is an Inelegant whether Senator Goldwater Is
Gov. Orval E Faubus has taken the ing. Many kinds of orchids will b* Granite State. barrier Impossible to sur- years. He sine has been de- phrase, hut, is the boys say, still their dream boy.
position that the gambling casinos in seen and the growers of orchids will For some Urn '; ,/. $\ mount. Yet. there was no rush

Hot Springs are a local issue that the be there to discuss their very Interesting now the extreme to the senator's conservatism
rightwing I Indeed, the more he exposed
state should ignore. U. S. Senator John hobby. I In the McGILL himself to the public, the leu

A 1i iJGii -AI- the outcome of your-faith-you obtain the salvation of yor souls- -:::I Peter country has insisted that if his following became. H* Potomac FeverBy
the voters are given a choice ended up In second place by
II. between a candidate standing about' 2.000 votes over third
1 for progressive or liberal policies place. FLETCHER KNEBELAn
as dictated by the times, The senator (Is known to his
LAKELAND LEDGER and a conservative who will fellow Republicans as a accountant says his name was forged on Bobby Baker's tax return.
end Social Security take the charming, friendly man, but Well, a fellow gets to b... 'a, big-league name-dropper and he's liable to drop one
nation out of the U.N., and anywhere.
eliminate the Income tax, they
a....... ,... Ills will choose the latter. This (."Qnr.Unff *
Imperial Poll CountyWorld's LAM r.i.t".:::i'c:!:".'. MI- myth has been peddled very Rockefeller' charges the Johnson administration with 'global Ineptitude."
.Ml Thi South And w* ve got 110' business the stuff
.' UI_. .O..OW tIL.-Mwauw.. hard sine the defeat of Senator Of dissipating around the world. It may be In
Citrus Center '- '" .._-, CNUUS NU..T, short supply until the Republicans get back In
tw, .'CNU. ..IUUT. lIoa- Robert Taft In New power
IAw MAnAAAr Hampshire's primary of also. as a senator who does *

March 1952.Senator not do his horn work on committees The conservative National Review may fold for lack of money.. It's pretty

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts--686.1151 mored of Goldwater the myth. was Ha ena had uninformed and who The la appallingly voters\ of- spicy political reading too kind* of the Fanny Hill of the right wing,
proclaimed thst the people New Hampshire, apparently
KUSCIIfTION IUTUOn wanted a choice not an early began to suspect this to Bob Kennedy lays there' no feud between hlmMlf and* President John-

v..> . . $2010 OMMcitk . . SUS echo. But In New Hampshire be the c.... At any rat, son. Their relationship is as pleasant as a mountain retreat high cool and

Sm .., $1940 WMk . .. ... .40 where the senator begaa as a while they rejected the New remote.
I to 1 favorite GOP voters York progressive, they went *
T..... Mmthi . $ S 20 J"....., Only Yew . 17.10MMr were given a clear Hampshire postscript after
; Margaret Uses Hmlth's
''' showing
; write In the of perhaps -
They didn't take either of the name a progressive
LBJ could make
more political capital by pulling |n wmn wt of KOVeminent.
Published. .ft........ ..ct,' S.tard.y sad. .. s"....., msrsisg by Lt ..... No.. C.". two campaigners But they from a neighboring .
did choose (as they did In state
L. ol.,,". rl.rid., JlOt 1952) a man whom they had Evidently, the great majority *
4)D not seen campaign and one of the people of NewHammihire If elected president does Henry Cabot Lodge promise to put a fire.prool
.. who was out of the country (and the United Buddhist In the cabinet? A.
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I WASHINGTON REPORT To Keep Down Dissatisfaction, Communist

Congress Overlooks I

i I Bills For Religious Chinese Soldiers' Families Given Food toBy

ROY ESSOYAN that entitle them to substan set of 29 Issues of the Chinese i People's Liberal!
Associated Press Writer civilians. tin of Activities of the "BUII"I Army" from Jan I to Aug. is \11

By FULTON LEWIS, JR. hitched to an old flatboat HONG KONG (AP) Th I Political Department_ _ 1961.
j WASHINGTON ...J Bills that I hauling stones to fill a mud- Chinese Communist are giving I close relatives of servicemen -u -- -- .. .
would protect the religious hole In my lane. I had the soldier families special food I receive three to four times as 'F' ( .t. "

liberties of a small group of colt hitched with them to get rations In an apparent effort to i much meat as ordinary workers I I seems all the nicest ?lI
U.S. citizens lie dormant In broke In"They placate the troops and prevent: e
committee of House and Sen disaffection. Discontent Spread
( cam.
and said : \
up The families were the sourceof During the food crisis three drink -:;
they people
were giving me another
ate.And much of the discontent that.eeped I j jI
there is chance to pay. I said I could years ago dependents shared ,
into the armies during
little likelihood the privations of ordinary civilians
n't because It was against my ... .
Red China's famine In .
will and their discontent --
s r id they soon religion. Then one of them
1I receive atten 1960-61 The soldiers themselves spread to the Soldiers
said this be troops.
was going to unpleasant I
tion. The Ad- t and they took hold have always received priorityin were deluged with letters from
ministra 11 Ion of the team. I dropped the food rations. home complaining that their, OLDHICKOK
a, has refused to lines and went Into the woods, i Morale Down families were hungry and closeto NICKOflI' '
sc give them any because I didn't want to I Morale sagged In Red China starvation.
c congideratl o n watch. They led the horses during the food crisis. Party Soldiers back from leave and
and many lawmakers away, harness and al\\ and military leaders were relatives visiting military Installations
aware gravely concerned about the brought lurid talesof
there are few On May 1, 1961, the horses discontent. hunger In the countryside.
votes to be LEWIS were auctioned off by the Western Intelligence and re- The secret documents, which

gained, couldn't care less. Government for $460. Cf this, search sources in Hong Kong! give a graphic picture of civilian America' Most Magnificent Bourbon '
The bills $30896 went to cover Mr. say the extent of the unrest and and military unrest at
Social would amend the Byler's back Social Security alarm has been documented In the time, are currently being
Security statutes to ex payments and (11311 went to I 1Q( 1 1L
empt from the program those Government secret papers obtained from the translated and analyzed, west- r years light
pay "expenses"The I Communist mainland through ern research sources here report -
HITLER AIDE, ON TRIAL IN "MERCY KILLINGS"-Dr. Individuals whose religious be. remaining $37,89 was returned I unidentified go-betweens. "

14... Htf.lm.ni. .......u.... ih.wn ** trial I ht Llmbur, co......,, liefs in preclude the program.their participation to Mr ,Byler According to Indepen dent They say the documents total i 10 years mellow J J1II1U111

h one of mossy N.II officioli boles tried for .troclH.i during the The Government seizure sources, soldiers' families now more than 750,000 words
Hrtler' ...1", .. Hofelmonit, former ...... of Hi* "", .re, kllll." Specifically, the legislation. touched off a national wave receive extra ration coupons and Include a nearly complete u uuijHt KWINI wim N noor on m''CIIO.t tisnuui w,nu.
...ti.. of Adolf. would aid the Amish, a Simle
Hitler's itoff h ch. .... with munbrinf 71,009 of Indignation Editorials were
'...0.1 I. Oho Noil's ,..|..... of riddn! | Connor of physical > people them whose to religion forbids written. Voices were raised In
the Social
sal mental d.focrivoi. l.hind him li ...f.*.. .ttor.., Welter support Congress. The wave of Indig-
I lehw.... (AP Wlroihoro) Amish Security do not feed program.at the pub-The nation soon subsided and A OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT TIL 9 P.M.

lic trough. They are self...- three years later, nothing has And Every Thursday, Friday and Monday.
liant. They do not object to been done to protect the Am. l
nnel I
War Crimes Trials laying Income and properly ish.A ,
taxes, for Jesus said: "Ren handful of legislatorshave ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
der unto Caesar the Introduced a legislation d rOVER /
things which are Caesar's." that would set aside the Social 1,000 FREE PARKING f r%

Slowly Revealing But the Amish do not believe Security payments for SPACES DOWNTOWN 6 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Social Security those whose religious scruples
ments to be legitimate taxes prohibit them from paying.
But the bills have been Ignored .
Auschwitz They view them as policy '
HorrorsBy In committee. Hearings
premiums In a national Insurance w'r ;
have not been held. .5 ,
program, in which ( ,
In the Senate, the first bill a
LOYAL their religion bars
COULD the trial has boiled down to a participation
was Introduced by Pennsylvania
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) relentless account of atrocities Democrat Joe Clark
but Judge Hans Those at the Bureau of In.
-Slowly fatefully, Justice Is Hofmeyer often and co-sponsored by his GOP
writing Its meager footnote to pales with revulsion. ternal Revenue disagree and Scott. Senators
colleague Hugh
scoff at the official name given
the incredible
story of Ausch-
Had Orders Goldwater, Lausche, Mil
witz-nearly 20 years after it the Social Security system ler and Young of Ohio lent
became a symbol of Nazi bar The defendants listen Impassively -the Old.Age, Survivors and but
their the bill
support to
barity. now and then scribblingnotes Disability Insurance Program.
I It has been Insufficient. Deathof
for their Federal have movedIn
attorneys. Con- agents
New aspects of the Nazi con- the bill seems assured In
fronted face to face with a wit- levying on bank accounts,
centration camp In Poland the finance Committee
ness who recognizes them after milk checks and other assetsto
where four million to five mil-
On the House side, legislation

so many years, they Indignantly satisfy delinquent Social,
persons perished, are being insist the witness has confused Security accounts. has been Introduced ev
revealed bit by bit to the German them with someone else. It was not until 1961, when ery Congress for the past
people and the world. Their defense rests mainly on the IRS decided to make a half-dozen years by Rep. Paul
The scene is Germany'alargest Dague, In whose Pennsylvania lt
one point "What I did In dramatic example of one
war crimes trial, Auschwitz, I did on higher Amish farmer who had not district most of the ; 'PT r
t against 22 Germans who were orders." paid his Social Security taxes Amish live. But he, too, has
1 SS guards or functionaries at German historians testify that that the problem received been unable to get Committee fZ"
t Auschwitz during World War II. SS guards could do practically much national attention. action on the bill. -/ tl I 'V "
Since it last December
t anything they wished with Valentine Byler, a respected Thus Federal agents continue tSs
prisoners since Hitler's concentration leader In the Amish com their harassment of simple SACK ADJUSTS TO FIT SIZES rt / .
tells the God tearing folk who "
munity "They
camp system was :built story IN.IITWtlN. Permanent 1 r A v ,
to rid the world of what Nazi had been threatening me for shun violence, keep to themselves I 'L
TodayIn ideology considered inferior about a year. I was out In and do all their work thope and comfort In this pod 'O ,
I plc-Jews. the field when the Govern In the fields with horses. dad fine quality cotton bra. ehti

, others regarded as unfit to contribute ment men came. It was too Their religion forbids the use Fully lined cup A, 32-38, B, o'
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Why 29 Years? 71 c r .

lIy '11m' ASSOCIATED PRESS 'The German press has given 'I. \ ,. e.. /ff.t: ." 1
Today Is Wednesday March the trial extended coverage, at .' '"
18, 19<<. There are 288 days left times highlighting gruesome details .. .1. .<, -..--__-- '
I in the year.Today's that otherwise don't find
highlight In history: their way into the pages ol 1
6n this date in 1937 the con- family newspapers. 8 Ong
, solidated school in New London Why did it take almost 20

Tex., was destroyed by an explosion years to get the Auschwitz trial ,"t '
of natural gas. The rolling? ,
blast occurred 10 minutes before The force behind the trial, ARCH )9 JO 211
dismissal and killed 455 Fritz Bauer, chief prosecutor in
pupils and teachers. the state of Hesse, is himself a
veteran of Nazi concentration
On this date: camps.He .. a special;group
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.Civil Rights Provisions Debate "QTldS'Citru, Cent


Won't Come Till After Easter LAKELAND, FLORIDA

fREE !
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be .. week OB tile molten t) trice week Mt CMM V>aH. Tttthirotwos In Florida And Around That Nation
,. .1'r th* seeeereA.ei.eont tree Wiss..y er Ta..., afMtWMfc.
(. : o..cradc Leadar IaesYset, NIli. i t t ts ago ............ 3S IIC. Milwaukee .......... 30 U

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TO not by was realistic. wttleabmt! .p 'M a ...."...... 2 New Yak .......... ,{4 39Philadelphia'
up I' now packed M the man al the t4tiN .AaR/aa eM..h ..NN... .nit Dea. r .............. N M Otn.ho' ......... 31. it
iNsert .. DM kWsM ......... X 14 47
$250 WARDROBE There y time... even tome lift the F"-- t O\tIA...u \\\N.\MNN\..._....N_.. II Deoatt ..............3a 11 PHtoWrfh :: : :: ttj 1 121.U
net I I force seek DM* ri..ia-yw .....--. V 4? FatrfcaaksI -Xl St. Loft II ............ SOv2Saa <,
rights BMQMt
1: -Invoke clnror -llmHsrtan doa, See.lem '. D1H.; TaMeAiaare ........... TiTMkf Ft ... .......... 41 irancisoo ...... M M' ,
... .._.111 M llMKikjka .... ...... IS Tl Seattle .............. 48 37
SEE THE DOWNTOWN -to fore the vot .1 ens of be so $eukerasers Tt. Pnd ,..MC4 i "... TbCbseemen bdiaaapaial ........ 41 IS WajJtogton........ M 27
for the Ml rut not partcsjand s* are: wt
op Jonraa .............37 20
MYSTERY SHOPPER .m.crall c Leader Ms ready to terry n tar b* *** .... ............. 41 KuuuOty: ......... 17 11 BAROMETER I
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erteld- of laid fc : James
a today w K dbiatkap ..... "". .."" .. 31 Los Angetea ......... M SI 7 a.m.-MM
__ move was under eoand- !land Dktsss.. u 1M .,,.."" n 52 $teapha ............ 043 I p.l8.Tuesday 3004fa
But be said he doubted
proponent' of the aires-1 mace.Thin were only two DnAj::

\ could muster the twothirds ape #ea during j Hrtay to invoke It. seasaaai tat ems of
I I far only 13 at tot U soutV t these by Sea. Strom TtavnmeVDSC
banded together to fight rasa fie beet** et tkrt
CHILDREN'SDRESSES bill have mad formal debate so Jai. tt ru S loan sad,
Actually each one Is 40 minute. tThurmond
under the roles
to two
declared flier pasage -
w on the pending motion .'
of the ta "cad well atait.CM
Delays Not Taelr Fault beginning of the cad of tr' )
I L ?
the Southerner have said Republic. O
do not expect to take fun He said the Hcne-pamd hit':
of this. They point would "play havoc yak oval
that many of the delays to finely balanced legal order. T
debate which began March consider duI biO wchart first
not their fault There have haYIq die ktftft ad aafo
many speeches M other lcuardl of the normal procesd.re.s .
Just In Time and the $ including ccnmiBe* contid
ENTER"'r have bean forced to tion. would be for the Sea to
their oratory because tamper with the delicate bal-
could not get the floor. ante wheels of the Republic nh ----
For Easter + Dirksen pointed out that once I a ledge IIImSea. _." .--.:::-:.--

motto to taU up the House- B. Everett Jorda* --- .w.mr.w..d, + }
civil rights bell Is agreed D-N.C., who spoke last sight for -----
t the Senate will Immediately'aa .hour and 25 fnfatutfsy saud hat e.0. -
to a sow to be made by rusts had mad great progna in .
Wayne Morse. D-Ore, to,'handling its civil right problem .s rues
to send the measure to the *. ---

Committee for IV days Many North Carolina place of
$ 97 Republican leader Mid business are desegregated whOe CLs dim end .......... the isle ter iteMs .....,. c.I: .....,...lesw wow
$17n 5 be believed the Senate now Itt leading Institutions of higher peal ... Sn's'l *. Ml pms .! IW ..... Mwti.., ttmftntunt Mew ..., Die taw
divided almost SO-SO on the education admit Negroe without meek '- she mired k eke end send M WOT .! bit wits seW. air MrfW dews tnm CM of such a move. Demo fuss be said. Up te M tenor .< SM. a !. pub .f Midip.e eel tie I...U. \ UP Wlnplitt)
leader predicted they
defeat It r WeatherconFlir

m.II1 event_Dinkier and NMCPFloatAttacked

skies are la store for
lakeland, wfch cool tenpera-
OPEN MON. & FRI. mrw night and warmer temjeratures "re\t5

In BostonBOSTON tuiuofiuw.
NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. AND NOT KNOW IT North to Dortheasterr/ windi A: Partly cloudy tonight and

.-! :\9 sin*+*rWmc.l n Otmlu tmntfM mtm W in-A Negro spokesman will blow at I to IS rnOet aa I Thursday. Warmer tonight. Low e.ert
tonight M to 10.
.... .
-erpe.my- u=t nee ietk.t at= JIll expressed shock at the hour today, dropping to leas BCDFair '
.- ............. Court amillM hurling of beer cans food and than 9 mile aa hour tonight with little change through m Thursday f wH
k. nettrm sod mt kavw tt. snowballs at the NAACP float In tempera
trt rid" it*.Worn*tbrjr BUM and becoming easterly at 10 to air*. Low tonight In the forties:
Lakeland the St. Patrick's Day to
Ie to kite toMtte view E F-G Fair
II miles an hour tomorrow. The : through Thursday
South Boston.
a. sad. .ultlpl, That-I'
*. JtiTM a l.A tabl.ta 4....u4 humidity win be low during the I with little change in tempera
The float sign reading
bee tie de ttt ture. Low night! in the fifties.
'=*- -= cntfef = From the Fight for Irish Freedom -,day and high at night. Variable mostly north to northeast
t.bw tics bevels. to the Fight for V. S. The maximum wtods I to U mile
DEPARTMENT ....._ TIoe-J.,... mad- temperature pet
Equality was struck by .
papwdeest tand here yesterday was 75 degrees, rw
t.kdie nil.-tress-e nato eggs. ice cream : H-I: Fair through Thursday
DISCOUNT c ,sad.-I,. and the minimum this morning
,other Item M It moved 'Ionaye.tmlay'
with little change in
... .... ___ .4th" d.eswma. tempera
kJfMr ...taatmm Plswar in parade. was M del"elone ture. Low tonight 54 to H.
slreb.set MtmbivliM.Otla pus. Paul Park, education chairman J: Fair ,
through Thursday
J.rW. p.w v.f ui_ .
for the National Association "jtpysOt
218 E. PINE ..u.susye4aa tebta..p dJ Mild temperatures with a low
.. .. for the Advancement of smallest egg Is laid by'
.w- tonight in
!- sad r4a e.w ,- the sixties. Mild temperature with low
Colored People said. The float the huetmh+gblyd. I. K: Fair ,I' a
through Thursday tonight 65 to 70.
1 lust = well received. I hope .. .
this '& exemplify the depth:

of tinue.feeluif that is going to con, Jack Ruby Still Impassive; ,

d d t "AH we want Is to take part(
In the activities of the city u

I, first class Attack citizen Isolated" Plays Cards Alone In Cell ,

'The attack on the float were I
DALLAS (AP-At 11:30 .
: mSaturday Ruby thought Burleson
isolated and the crowd watched aid Ruby 1 II la good
when Jury' foreman
"Hi Phil, bow
tit 1 are you today
the vehicle pas In silence IIImoat Max E. Cauaey health. His mental framework
v neatly printedthe Ruby greet defense law.
sections. There were eocaalonal letters "DEATH" 'Is as good a* can be expected
with a Phil
t yer Burleeon.
cheer) for picture 01the lawyer under the circumstance"
ball point pen on the blank visits almost
pro daily ,
late President John F. Kensided. Jack Chief Jailer E. L. Holmaa
Ruby *at Impassively Burleson said Ruby has asked
nedy displayed on the side of
In his laid Ruby
Jail cell. for nothing special: since the teem calmer now
the float
Police aid most of the mis-I Neither Ruby nor anyone else verdict and has not requestedto than when h* was being taken
to and
outside tile Jury deliberation from the courtroom
at le* were hurled by teen-ager see anyone but his lawyers
'room knew whether twice daily during the trial.
N o arrest WIN made, because! 52-ye.r and relatives.
old former strip joint operator "He' doing all "
police said they could not tell right, Hoi-
> Ruby's Health Good
7r who In tile crowd burled the had been found legally guilty or I man *av'. "He doesn't give u*
Ur article i Innocent of the slaying of President TV talked with him about any trouble. H* never ha.."

r Four teeiMged boy were John F. Kennedy's accused ;the appeal and tried to :1 Ruby has three adjoining cell

.,... .... h a $ ', M routed by police when they exhibited -; assassin Le Harvey Oswald. bin understand" that It mm tak: to tunnel A walking area 12x25
a homemade banner time the Dallas attorney f feet front on the cell tier. It
s .r reading "Go home nigger I Ruby World Hear mented. "Jack seems to I III here that Ruby play his
Long live the spirit of independence confident that he will get a com'j lone games of dominoes and
In segregated Boston" Lea than an hour later. Ruby review. I cards
on a bare table.
and the world heard Judge Joe
B. Brown speak the word "and
I Ih
.M FALSETEEJH'HUM asseaa the penalty at death." South Viet Nom Laos

/> Courtroom observers noted that
the defendant remained outwardly -
Amadtsg Impassive Holding Talks
i toft Cushion II I I Jack L. Ruby continues to appear
stand her impassive as the hour, On Diplomatic Relations
eat IIP* *nrc roc and the days slip by him ir

M A TIGHT fTTi' Jail.H j I SAIGON South Viet N.m I sailor of Laos In "
** iroiKALcoiiiFMTi plays dominoes and cardby Saigon.
(AP>-South Viet
Nam. Cam!
I aim_lo*; TOWH HOMY MCK himself. H* eats when foot U.S. government has
dia and
l Laos have
Is served and shave with i begun neg olong urged normal diplomatic
(ZOECKERO DENTAL CUSHIOW double-edged razor and takes s matic Nations relations for resumption Premier of dip!relations. between Thailand.
Ngwm Cambodia South Viet Nam and
shower when so directed.
DRUG STORES Khanh said
I Only Jack Ruby knows the today. Uos A U.S. spokesman said
Other source laid Khan today Ms
-- ---------, government "very
met delegations from Cambod a definitely upports" the negotiations. -
L'WI and Lao In the mountain resort .
[ My Heartfelt/ of Dalat
gz' Appreciation arrange further over the negotiation weekend to Cambodia Broke h August

goes out to each end n." one of my friends! Khanh told a new confe Cambodia broke relation with
mice h* I I. ready to meet with South Viet Nam last August after .
for their encouragement end offer of support. the Cambodian chief of state, Diem police raided Budd-
sa 'x? but pagodas in
PrInce Norodom Sihanouk, "a Saigon.
} any time anywhere, except tot Khanh said the talks with
HOWEVER Communist country." Cambodia would cover current

El JP- Diplomatic Tie Sought I frontier including probhms Infiltration, presumably of Viet

due to extended "With reaped to Lao." Cong units into South Viet Nam

confinement la Lakeland + I Khanh continued "we are n.dYI through Cambodia The discussion : .
to send a representative t toi also will cover the statue
, p Memorial Hospital L !Vientiane as soon as possible of Islands In the South China
Ve want to normalize diploma: Sea claimed by both Cambodia ,
ft will b* Impossible t IJc relations there. W* are not and Viet N.m.IFrench .
like Ngo Dinh Diem, who re..
l6snk$ for in* to run for the fused\ to maintain diplomatic

office of :relations with Laos after they Public
recognized North Viet Nam Ware
CONSTABLE ready to receive the ambas
I -- ---- Services Hard I

14 DISTRICT 5 HEMORRHOIDSFissure, Fistula and 'Hit By Strike ti

other Rectal Diseases I PARIS (AP) France's public -
God Bless
May You All successfully treated by services wen hard hit by a r.
NONSURGICAtmethods. hour strike today.

Thank You I Estimates of the number oa
strike ranged from several hundred

1OO% PURE WINE PLEASURE DEWEY SMITH DR. EARLE RABBCLINIC.N.D.TIME ,Communist thousand-led to General( minion Work.The :,

era Confederation took the leading -
Featured at your Favorif* Food and Package Slor* role in the walkout for high-
.... .
_IY J.4aM acme
Dletibsted by Aes.slehd Disdeibselee Ce., Lekoleed. Ph. MU -2111 Ma.M ,er wage, but many Catholic
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I [ Let's Play Bridge I 4 4 I IiO r I _

By ALAN TRusconNORm _

ment would be to bid three I .aa
A K Q 10 3 2VQJI8 clubs and follow with five diamonds. 44 I ,

A bid In the fourth suit Dependable 2%-h.p. 4* Big easy-rolling Adjustable-cutting I

1AT : can often be used In this way cycle Bribes & Stratton 8-inch steel wheels height from 1 to

WEST (D) EASTAA64 as an artificial forcing maneuver engine with easy-wind with Firestone 3 Vi inches

.J'17' automatic starter. wide-tread tires.
V10732 rK64 As it was Grieve probably Hind construction
OQ10//S 4311SOUTH wanted to pass four diamonds Cholce-a-matic throttle control 'Safety guard on with heavy 14-gaug9
but discipline prevailed and he on handle for easy operation. grass chute. I steel deck x
continued to game The final
bid of six diamonds was a gamble
V* A5- : as can be seen; the eon r Just Say
KJW54J2K3 tract is distinctly optimistic. s c rte .
However west has a prob-
lem in selecting a lead. The Features a full 20-Inch wide ?
Neither tide was vulnerable only lead that does not help hopper with-a big 60-lb. cnpadty. Shutter $4999
The bidding: south is a club. The opening agitator and adjustment are Zinc-Cronak pro-
I', west North East South I! lead of a low spade was imaginative tected. Constant-flow agitator is removable BUY ON EASY
Past 14 Pass 2 but not appropriate. for easy cleaning. Steel construction. Cushioned
Pass 2 V Pass 4 4 West probably hoped that dummy handle grips, 10-inch wheels with solid
Pas 5 Past 6 would have spades headedby rubber tires BUDGET TERMS
pass Pait Past K-J and declarer would I '- .
West led the spade lour guess wrong.
As It happened, the spade'
PORTLAND, Or*. ,We It lead not only permitted Jacobyto
discard his low heart on the
Coast players captured the first
two major titles at the American spade king but gave him the WHATEVER YOUR NEED IN LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIE!
contract bridge league's clue to the right play of the FREE
spring national championships trump suit. He knew after the
1' first trick that west had underfed -]
here.Winners the spade ace, and he was
of the Men's Pair
sure that west would not have
were Gard ,
made such a dangerous playif
Wash., and Ed Weiner, San.
he had held a sure trump
Francisco, who led almost
trick. At the second trick south
throughout and I rolled up 174 therefore led dummy's trump S0t HAS ITlA
matcll.pointl. Second with I
and put up his king West'lqueen
841 were Darryl Pederson dropped and the slam BurpeeanaTJttontl
Mercer bland Wash., and Don
was made with the loss of one
Nemino, Portland, Ore. Charles
trick GIANT
Coon, New York City and
Frank Westcott. North Attle-'
boro Mass, were third with RickenbackerAsks OIANy.rINN1AaZINNIAS A A
837, and Jeff Rubens Brooklyn .
was fourth with 831, playing YP '
with this writer. FinancesFor
The Women's Pair title was t 50 $ PRICE
taken by Mrs Margaret Al-
corn, Mather A.F.B., Calif and Goldwater I INCLUDES
Mrs. Lucille Patterson, Carmichael PackageNO
Calif. with 867 match NEW YORK (AP) ,- Eddie INSTALLATION
points. Mrs. Ruth Ballantyneand Rickenbacker, World War I flying I
Mr*. Lloyd Cooper Vancouver ace and former board chairman 1 Three ply top quality 100% nylon
Wash were second of Eastern Air Lines, announced fiiresfoneChampion webbing Staltee steel buckle.Fits
with 836%. The leading New Tuesday night he has COST OR OBLIGATION any beige car., blue Available red and in black, gray,
York player was Mrs. Betty mailed to "tens of thousands" r a no green
Kaplan, who was fifth in partnership of New York Stat residents an Nylons
with Mrs. Patricia appeal to contribute money to
Shelnwold. Beverly Hills,Calif' the campaign of Sen. Barry
Tube! .
or Tubs-Typt
Long Suit Is Dealt Goldwater for tht Republican Viny! Plastic GARDEN HOSE
The three-session men's and presidential nomination. 00-13,6.50-13
women' team event ended Rickenbacker* statement was 7.60-14,8.00-14
this afternoon, and the Vanderbilt issued through the Goldwaterfor 0.7015,7.1015BLACKWALIS
Cup contest began tonight President officer here The "
An entry of 64 teams Is ex- Arizona senator's chief rival for 1 / e.
pected, and the event will end the nomination It Gov. Nelson
tomorrow. A. Rockefelec of New York.
The longest suit dealt to far ,
In the tournament occurred In $16
of the Men's L ; j)
Pair the final championship.session The bidding Times Station ,+ .-r.=..a. .

shown was by top master-point rwrw r "BIG SERVICE OFFER
holder Oiwsld Jacoby Dallas. Will Accept Plus tax and
sitting South aDd WilliamGrieve trade-in tire w4
Houston. Liquor AdsNEW off your car 1. Align Front Wheels
The problem of bidding a a o sol
broken nine-card suit opposite, WHITEWAUSONLY 2. Balance Front Wheels
an opening bid it not met every YORK (AP)-The New

day, and south has a problem 1 York Times radio station, I :tu1J 3" ..r: "noH 3. Brakes
to face on the second WQXR has announced It will (3 MORE'firestone Adjust
round. The actual Jump to four accept liquor commercials H ,h.f ,.pl.Ctm'nt
diamonds Is considered forcingby The station does not subscribe: ih: :qu.r.nt.. .galn.' 4. Repack Front .
most experts, but it would to the code of the National As- 11:11, f Uur. fn "ornr. 88c NO LIMIT GUARANTEE ,
be better to avoid the bid unless sedition of Broadcasters, which h honored by thousands and thouund of Wheel Bearings
the partnership bat a clearIlreiment. I hold that advertising of hard ,fim.) *" I flrttton d..l.r. sad stores In the United SHIM
An alternate treat liquor It "not acceptable. and C'ned..Whe'1Wf you IrtvtlMl
Lightweight,flexible IMIWI SUAMKTII M UMT M pan OS writs All 4 $
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f LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March II. feel 11

Intra-Party Fight Causes 2 Toalift Posts\

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I try were quitting. Mr fobs beII"C t
( of f the GOP party fight inI ::1
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M. Laverine who M... Who
I",,' *,is chairman of the FMrft can affordto
Draft Goldwater Committee be-
ore Sen. Barry Goldwater of
\ruona announced hit tend.
Jacv, laid Tuesday he was dropping
all connections with the n.. live like this?
anal Goldwater org nlMtk>nLavcrgne ,
who Mid he was a
nember of the delegate elate of-
':red hv GOP State Chairman
r,>m Brown, acid the national
LUoldwater organization had aI-
towed Rep. William Cramer ofSt
Petersburg to use the organ .
,nation to advance his own ends

Lavergne Tie DeniedIn

Washington, the Goldwater a a S' 41wfrr } i ,
Ifor P r e 11 l d e n t headquarters
'which hat recognized the delegate -
|I slate offered by Cramer, ta7c
laid Lavergne had no position ti
I I'a with the Goldwater campaign.
II I A spokesman said that Laver- p gr
gne had been chairman of the
,k I I.k Miami Draft Goldwater Committee ,
I before was dissolved ___

In Stuart Mrs John W. Hus ,e kL
,' .. sey said she was resigning as '
chairman of the Martin County

J Republican Women Club because .

, YOUTH WEEK OffiCERS $ ...... hrtw sewed R. l_knn. ..W, I. .k..w, hero ..,'?, Brown had misrepresented as
75.., ..pat. *< eclMtin ....* ... fer... 5 .", .W.Martial Church Turf Weak, mw U ,......., state GOP women's club
t r.It"i .tI... .......,,< .Hum. They er.. f_' I*. \>Ht.. J.s n (Jim S. ,WilU. (LU) Curry> ...... .! HOC.....| ../Will( Ty..l,, ,..* .,ractoK (Le..... shot, ty Instance.
' Brown has accused Cramer of
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LBJ Says Nation's Strength. : through convention his delegates list of nominating ,

'Lies In Dream Of Opportunity' Georgia State

rr1EW : Patrol ',Members

YORK (AP) A self osmosis, the President spoke of I "Here a man could hold his
tyled "Irishman by osmosis." the Irishmen In high government head as high as any other,' he Lose Two Tons
1 President Johnson told a St. places associates In the
Patrick' dinner "I have said "and worship his God IS ATLANTA (AP) Member 1
t Day White House, the+speaker of the
\found our nation's greatest House, and the Senate Democratic he chose, without ever accounting of the Georgia State Patrol L
|strength lies In the dream of leader."I < to a soldier with a have lost more than two tons
AmerICa America, the land woke up1 this" morning," tie bayonet in nine months In an effort to You can!,
|of hope; America, the land of get down to normal weight.
said with I smile, "and suddenly To an audience that Inter.

[opportunity.If AU he sling and arrows of I have taken realized that the the Irish. rupted frequently' with applause a The half target by September.: another ton and For the Best Years of Your Life, you deserve tq live In a beautiful waterfront
over government .
four opponents in the world have I" And I like It+" *\ v more ,Important Johnson said to him nothing than Is the Col 4lS Lowell troopers Conner, ordered bees the of garden apartment, In one of the finest locations In all Florida, with exclusive ,, '
[never succeeded In destroying He said the dinner was Supposed ,
"" making this a land whose com- loss I In weight luxury features and \,
that Image, he laid Tuesday to be a nonpartlslunaf- : gorgeous apartments complete. Recreation facilities. : : \
passion will be an example to '
[night Fair, but remarked that the I For all this and t', '
the world' other lit nations more, you must see
Democratic party is "so peaceful
Creel h Abundance
the Irish may move to the He said he wants the United
Vlth jest and with serious Repub'lcan: party where the States to be a land where the Poison-Counter Doss Chart
'((elk, Johnson spoke to more feuding Is really going on" sick of body can find help and (Not fotwn ,r.....11.! Wt LAcELMD HARUR wA
[ than 25M members of the the sick of heart .cullnd hope. ,
Irish Dream Recounted
I I Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in I CON OO MltilUM
, lit Waldorf.Astoria Hotel ballroom Then, turning serious! the ,
festooned with green President Mid St. Patrick's U.S. GainFrom I
[streamers hanging from crystal Day is one In which America : ; i ,
|chandeliers' The headtable was shares in a very 'deflate ', :' '
I scarcely! visible behind green sense because the Irish who Exchange : Superb 1 I 2 bedroom plans with 1, IVi t 2 both*, directly on take Parker. "" ,.,

arnatHMs Explaining! why he Is Irish by came freedom here and had dignity.* 'dream' bf. With Soviets : Priced from $9,950 and $45 per month, incl. taxes.' CONDOMINIUM ow ershlpo.id"'

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every ap apartment, charmingly by MATHER .
PITTSBURGH (AP). .* Dr. '/' of lakeland open every day from 10 a.nVto 6 p.m. Guaranteed D s N.vember., '
lenn T. Seaborg, thlir".npft I'Ji
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: tqJd .newsmen Tuesday that'the ,.1. ,..1efit
Vi\ltW| States probably would ".1, 1600 lade Parker Drive, West, in lokelon f. Phone: 6S6J191.. turn s north {rbmMemorial >
gate more than the Soviet Union *
in 4Ui exchange of atomic energy MEDICINE Blvd. (US No. 92 ALT) at lake Shore Drive, lust west of Holiday Inn. ,
information when you need ii I
He, said the Soviet Union has Another superb waterfront Condominium apartment development by IrvIng ?:
advantage over the United
Y IRk States because more American MARTIN DRUG I Z. Mann .& Associates, now also building In Sarasota, Winter ,Haven, Daytona .

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.112 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March!!. 1M4 "

:... W/uf hOLt1OW Hayen .


Beneficial ExercisesCan Meets '


Theater Conference Be Very RelaxingBy

i In Tampa This Week JOSEPHINE LOWMAN $plated

I Do you ever feel sort of WINTER: ){OVEN-A "Meet
tied In knots? Who the Artist" tea will t be I held
j TAMPA-The major theater Regional Theater, at the up
event In the southeastern opening luncheon. doesn't at times? This can A r.l tom {ow honoring cMHspem-
'. United State this year I* let That evening conference come from emotional turmoilor ben 01 the Winter WNen.

in Florida this week participants will go to Sarasota just hurrying all day long .l.lt Woman's Cub wh.. Won hod-tin
for their art work at
Some 400 theater people for a special program at from one obligation to another on
/ ofthfe Florida
d I.in Arts
the Asolo Theatre The authentic feeling pushed! It
10 southeastern
from cities in all / Federation of W em's
18th can also come from remainIng -
itate will\ make Century play. i Club District t held In
Tampa and the University bf house where Eleanor Dusa In much the same posture Sefcrlna.The M.
once performed was moved or physical position for
South Florida their
campus art works wlU be exhibited
headquarters for the South. from Asolo, north of Venice, hour at a time like when and IK addition other
eastern Theater Conference and restored by the state of' you work at a desk alt day
club member will exhibit arts
Florida at the Rlngllng Mu- long or are finishing some
The First
Ii tomorrow through Saturday .nd crafts during the tea to
sewing or mendingor
Headliner for the meetingwill srum.
be held following the book review -
be Broadway director featured the second day of catching up on your pep
I at a.m.
Annual Alan Schneider New York the meeting will be a lunch tonal correspondence The Witch Doctor'i Apprentice
eon address on "Standards The feeling of ru.hand "
drama critic Henry Hewei by Nicole Maxwell
Texas theater costumer Paul for Summer Festivals" by emotional tension cause resulting will be reviewed by Mrs. E.
Florida State University Professor tension in your muscles -
Reinhardt and playwright H. Wale during the morning
Webster Smalley whose play Richard Fallen, and a and set postures are g session
will be costume parade. Paul Reinhardt fatiguing In any case, exercise -
"Man with the Oboe" Mr, C. E. Raiford will be
given four performances during of the University of is your medicine, and the in charge of the hostess arrangement
n the week by USF and Texas, one of the nation's following ones are very relax for the tea.
w EDITIONTo Tampa actors leading costumers, will present ing, especially for the woman

N. Major event on the program his designs modeled by who has worked at a desk all PANHELLENICWINTER

are a special presentation the Bay Players. day long. HAVEN Winter

Be Published By The at the Asolo Theatre In Critic To Speak Pleasant Exercise Haven City Panhellenic Association
Sarasota, a costume parade, Henry Hewes, who II drama 1.1 have to repeat this one will have a luncheon
headliners critic for occasionally because Is like meeting tomorrow at 12:30
a critique by conference the Saturday Review
x LAKELAND LEDGER following the presentation of Literature, will speak at a having someone massage p.m. at the Lake Region Yacht
of "Man with the Oboe"at banquet In the University your neck and purr for you and Country Club.

the USF Theatre, and Center Ballroom that evening. at the same time. Stand or Mrs, Robertson Page, national
: Saturday, March 28th auditions by students from Formerly a staff writer for lit with your back straight Panhellenic conference

throughout the southeastern the New York Timer Hewes and your chin parallel to the chairman of the city' Pan

.: ; :x IT'S TIME WE TOLD United States for summer has been on the Saturday floor Let your arm hang at hellenic committee will be an

% theater productions. Review staff since 1953. He your side a* you rotate your honored guest. Mn. Page re

THE WORLD ABOUT Conference Them adapted the play LaBelle Adventure Glee. cently attended conference a triennial meeting national in-
as "Accounting for
USF Professor Jack Clay, Love," which was produced in your shoulders move back let Hot Springs, Ark., and will

: e t president of the Southeastern London In 1954 and he directed your head drop'forward As ............""'1 .. announce the affiliation of the
e0.. I POLK COUNTY'SDECISION Theatre Conference, will discuss Tennessee Williams' your shoulders move forward local group to the National
: lift head and lower it ROTATE YOUR SHOULDERS Association.Mrs.i i I
:: : > the conference theme, "Three Players of a Summer I II ,, your
'Professional' Standards for Game" In 1955 backward. Continue, with t The exercise pictured Dave Fultz I I. president ,j
The head and shoulders moving In above, and explainedIn of the local group and !
I I group will then attend
TO today's column by Jose
opposite directions Do this will preside. Mrs. Roy Lucas
a performance of "The Man
f .' phine Lowman, is one which I II In charge of reservation.
ti : with the Oboe" in the Uni very
is not difficult but It will help you to relax by the
t tir GO AHEAD h' : versity The play Theatre, which was selected takes a little knack, somewhat circular rotation of you
shoulder WINTER HAVEN-An
:r z( by the New Play Proj like patting your head forum on horticulture In open general
with one
J4tjV! j\ ect Committee of the theater with the other drop back to your Bide and and hibiscus in particular
} Send Copies of TheY group will from 68 original plays, hand. It's worth the trouble your head drop forward. Do will be conducted by Dr. Roxy
directed USF
by Professor
f Martin, horticulturist with U.S. 1
with this slowly. Continue.
and will on
W DECADE FOR DECISION Peter B. O'Sullivan. you
just a little practice, If you would like to have Department of Agriculture and
The Plot
S4t'' '' : Progress Edition The Takes Some Doing my relaxing exercise tend a associate professor of horticulture <
play concerns a young at the University of t
stamped,' self-addressed envelope
To Your Friend man who, In an Insane and 2. Stand tall with your
b feet comfortably leparated. with your request for Florida tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. I IIn
Let's LitN." About corrupt world continues to leaflet number 24 to Josephine the Leisure Room of Tampa t
"Brog-A- Polk. Stretch toward the ceiling
do what is right with a simplicity In of The Electric Company. The local Lowman care
SWARMING and joy that Is with your arm a* you lower
given chapter of the American Hibiscus t
only to saints and fools. your head backward. Your Ledger. Society I t. sponsoring ,
V EACH should be Tomorrow "Consider Your
P. TERMITES Smalley calls hi* play "a finger and wrist When You Make the forum which will be free )1
..ptauet COPY areA compromise with reality In limp. Re ch upward with your Neighbor" to the public.JR. .
which reality doesn't come off shoulders.. Let your _arms Noise
1: Mall or Bring This Coupon To Following the WINTER HAVEN-New officers .
IN A Professor O'Sullivan production, Woman's Club Department for the ensuing year for ,#
TO HOME- play
the Junior Woman'i Club of ,
Winter Haven have been
Have An Easter
Schneider will participate In To Partychairman elected. Mr*. Dorothy Fox twill
P. O. BOX 408 OWNERSs a critique on stage serve a* president and t

Corner of Missouri & Lime On the final day of the The Community Affairs department of the nominating other officer will be: Mr*. c

Lakeland, Florid. 25' tile .*< conference students from of the Woman' committee for officer for the James H. Tatum and Mr. .

Enclose 25c .och for tingle United throughout States the will Southeastern audition before Club will meet"at the clubhouse 19644J club year, will reporta Terry English, vice presidents e
Miss Jane c'
copies or $.00 for 5 copies. QINIXiFOR a panel of producers and on Lake Morton Drive date of officer for consideration and Mr; John Attaway Motsinger, etc t y) I

EACH. OR directors of summer theatres Monday at I p.m. by the group. retarlei; Mrs. Carl Jensen,
f MAILED FREE The meeting will end with At the business meeting After the business meeting, treasurer; Mrs. Bill Moore J

'4 v. SKILLED INSPECTION AND a banquet that evening featuring Mrs. Dean Fox, chairman, the group will be entertainedat and Mr*. James Hardy, director .
'In Canada t
Anywhere the U. S. or GUARANTEED PROTECTION, CALL Alan Schneider as principal *. I
speaker The director will ask for reports on the an Easter party by the following Senior from the
q M am enclosing $. . 5 BRUCETERMINIX currently has four plays on marathon bridge which has hostesses Mrs. R. D. Woman' Club will be Mn.

? Please/ Mail the) Decode for Decision' Broadway, including "Who's just been concluded, and on Mooney, chairman 1 Mrs. Arthur Kingsbury and Mrs.

Progress Edition To Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" the sale which will Charles Pope, Mrs. J. L. Colbert Jack Curnett. Mrs. W. Scott
FLORIDA CO. and "Ballad of the Sad Cafe.
III Is the
Harper retiring
Mrs. G. F. Heuser, Mrs prey
FORt 2221 N.w A.I II.lld.l. Hwy. He also directed the Broad be held Saturday. ident.

Ph. MU 2-6129 way successes "Anastasla" Mrs Clyde Plummer and Harry K. Highnam, Mrs 0. The Installation banquet will

> NAMg *r and "The Remarkable Mr. Mrs. Charles Putnam are in S. Kuhn, Mrs. Evelyn Snyder, be held at the Haven Hotel

Winter Haven Pennypacker. charge of the rummage sale Mrs. G. C. Strickland and April 7 with Mill Geneva

'' 'tie'r ADDRESSCITY 14 $1 appear through arrangementswith .
Ph. CY 3.1234 ANTA. All members attending may *
STATE BiJdhLLAKELAND bring guests.Newcomers.
I it Carl Cooney has been electedto

MAILED GENERAL Club a second term a* president
HOSPITALMr. of the Camellia Garden Club

f NAMI j and Mrs. Floyd M. Card Winners of Winter Haven. Mrs Richard

FREE Hagan Route 4, daughter A. Noll first vice president
ADDRESS March 16. Are Announced and Mrs. Stuart Sealover
m treasurer also elected to
a AnywhereIn I Mr. and Mrs, John Me- second terms.
STATE I Cloud Jr., 1718 N. Webster Past presidents of the Newcomers
} I Other officers are: Mrs. Earl
!" In the Ave., daughter March 16. Club were honored at
I Chance second vice president
D Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. the last meeting. Mrs. Dorothy ; Mrs. Ed Reints, record-

f U.S.or I II Stevenson, Pierce, daughter, McMahon was Introducedas Ing secretary' and Mrs. Howsrd -
NAME I March 11 a new members. Wells
corresponding secretary
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.Blackwetl Card winners were: Mrs. ,

ADDRESS 1602 Warren Ave., William Price; Mrs Donovan Mn William Raley. president -
Ii CanadaORDER ion March II. Dean, Mrs. Warren O. Johnson of the Winter Haven
Mr. and Mr, Raymondo and Mrs. H. G. Nugent, Council of Garden Clubs, will
CITY STATE O'Neal 139 W. 13th St., bridge; and Mrs. Zelia Case install the new ifficers at a
L. . . . daughter. March 16. and Mrs. McMahon, canasta. luncheon to be held April Eat

Mr. and Mn. Douglas Chairman for the April 10 the Haven Hotel.Lakeland.

"u Doescher. 520 W Robson St., meeting will be Mrs. 0. J.

NAME YOURS son, March It. -.Lygrlsie. I, r

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} Nil CITY STATE NOW. ; YNrs :I Polk County

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EDITION THAT WILL TELL weekend camper.leav' 1 COUNTY FAIR 5,369J n.rot.chroq WOMINt".:"seas RtrURLICAN will' 1 tt tt&sp: ::ClUR'''''

THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY ; the 3 rows of seats in place, and you've .i&jKSfi'sxsftfnfs I
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i Memorial Sign Dedicated To Boy Process 1 :

S.r At Southside d1 I k. ,

1 rs Struck Down Carrying His BibleBy Church Key to have Southside been presented Baptist t,'JI;\ : t"o

II to Stuart Brackney, who will
serve a* youth pastor at the
.. church during Youth Week I
\N F
now In
This is the of boy and his t } process. Harry -
tus story a Bible :: minister of education,
Eleven-year-old John Mark Mlcell was car made the
presentation. Mr.
tying his new Bible when he was truck down :
le>1, r s Brackney will return the key
lit traffic and died on Aug. 25 of last year. at the close of the 10:45 a.m. v
On Easter Sunday his Bible will be used by youth service Sunday

his father, the Rev. Sammy Mirell In service "I Assisting Mr. Brackney will .
at the West Memorial Boulevard Assembly of be William l :e
Curry, minister of .,.
God Church. '
education; William Thomas,
Last summer the boy earned tome money Youth director; and James a ,
by doing yard work. On an August day he went Seibert, congregational song 041 .' .
to his father and said; "I'd like to go to town .\ 'I leader. .

and buy a Bible." Mr. Mizell was busy, so he ""t.". r I The youth will conduct the ,, \., : '
replied: "We'll do It next time we go to town." "'" prayer service tonight with the "

Net Of UrgencyBut youth pastor preaching. Visitation .
the note of urgency In the boy* voice will be held tomorrowat
caused the father to drop the work and go with r 4 p.m. Friday night the : ,
him. That was Aug 14. Eleven days later Mark UfaMARK youth will have an Ice skatIng iJ' :' j

and his two brothers were walking from hometo party In St. Petersburg -
+ "" "
4 1 1 the evening young people' meeting at the They will attend an Assocta- >

Yea alit church.On Wet Memorial Boulevard a motorcycle tlonal Youth Night meeting In lilt < \
1. I
struck Mark. "When his brother reached Barlow at Flu Baptist :J"
him, he was still grasping the Bible," Mr. Church Saturday :, i
Mizell said The boy lived only a few hour In order to show their appreciation .. .

Rum AND CLEVELAND A memorial to him has been erected by his MIZELL the youth will
GRANT husband wl wife nat- Since much of his Interest centeredIn sponsor a fellowship for the
urallstrphotographer team of Mineral parents. so to whom memorial sign I II dedicated. MRS. CHARLES DUKE
Point, WIs1.. will present the church, they decided on a metal Illuminated adult following the Sunday
he Florida premiere of their film "Bird .atcher'e Holiday"Friday sign which directs passers-by to the Mr- night services, a spokesman

at 8 p.m. at Civic Center Theater. \- vices there.The sign stands feet tall on West personal statistics she hal eight childrenand said Miss Gayle Wiggs Is I

Memorial Boulevard, a block from the church 27 grandchildren.Food .

NaturalistPhotographerTeam and not far from the spot when the boy was preparation la her vocational specialty Silhouette Bride Of Charles Duke
struck down. In addition to her household experience she

Will Slga Dedicated was In charge of a public school lunchroom Artist Will
Lecture HereVisiting Several weeks ago>> when the newly-remod (for a year and later had a restaurant of her MULBERRY-Mr. and Mrs Classical League and Student ,

eled church was dedicated, the congregation own. Just before coming to Lakeland she lived Show WorksPercy Hugh Wlggs have announcedthe Council. She also la a mem
In Lakeland for therst carved Florida bird mountedon walked to the boulevard and gathered at the on her daughter' poultry farm near Tltusvllle. marriage of their daughter ber of Mulberry First Baptist

time are Mr. and Mrs.leveland driftwood j 1 to reflect the base of the sign for It* dedication The choir H. Fay silhouette Gayle to Charles Duke, Church I
Grant of Mineral professional background of sang two of Mark's favorite songs, "Victory artist will be guest of the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E."Jerry" Mr. Duke was graduatedfrom
Into Wis. who are housep.1I the Fine Duke. Mulberry High School
ia Jesus" and "Mansion over Hilltop. Arts department of the
of Mr. and Mrs Har4M the honorees Mark attended Winston School and played Will Lend A HandThe Woman's Club at Us monthly The couple exchanged marriage last year. He was active In
; Marshall at their home on coffee and tomorrow vows on Feb. IS In Don. sports and was co-captain of
Travel Together baseball as I Little Leaguer. program
like Hunter Drive. day after Easter Mrs. T. M. Johns, co- at 1:30: a m. at the club- alsonvllle, Ga. They are re- the varsity football team. He
(the Grant are well-known Ruth and Cleveland Grant 'If 'If superintendent of the Florida Baptist Children' nous* on Lake Morton. He siding In East Mulberry. was a member of the "M"

air i, a naturalist-photographer have traveled together over Staff Home, will fly to Monroe, La,. to set up an will demonstrate his methodof The bride was a senior at Club and Key Club. The bride
team specializing In the mak- most of the North American On Children's Home In-service training program at another chil silhouette cutting and exhibit Mulberry High School where groom attended the Unlver

isj| and presentation of moKM continent to make their documentary Florida dren's home, where a friend has become sup some of his works she was 1963-64 Homecoming Ity of Florida In Gainesville
picture dealing with the film dealing with Newest staff member at the BaptistChildren's erintendent.The The theme of the day, "The Queen, a cheerleader voted and is employed by Davlson
American bird and animal life. Home Is Mrs. Mamie L, Carver of most popular, and was a member Chemical Division, W,
eutdoors. While here, the Winding Road to Today'sArt R.
will about two weeks, whileshe
Grants will present the Flori They have traveled around the Tltusvllle who became an assistant housemother trip require modern>> ," will be Illustrated by a of the "M" Club, Junior Grace and Company, Bartow.
conducts workshop on proced-
da'premiere of their: newest Gaspe peninsula 12 times, several weeks ago. review of the book, "Reali-
film.J "Birdwatcher's Holiday made five expeditions Into the Her understanding of children I II based on dunes in running a children's home. ties of Fiction" by Nancy Sorosis/ Club 1

? Frid.y.t. p.m. at Yukon and Alaska, taken four Hale. Mrs. Edward Boyer Family Night
Civic Center Theater. This pack tripe Into the Americanand iWiNTER--- will be the reviewer.
rill! be the last In a series of Canadian Rockies and Moved Up To This Saturdaywill I
winter program of the Audu- made countless other expeditions -

boa' Nature Theater photograph throughout wildlife the countryto In. all I HAVENWINTER Anna Miller The annual Family Night be offered by Mr*. John

of the Sorosls Club of Lakeland H. Caldwell, club
will Be Dinner Guest climates and weather conditions. Sets SocialA chaplain.
HAVEN-Mrs. R. Members of both the senior
will be held next Saturday
Mr. and Mr*. Grant will be .
F. B. MacKay I* enjoying a and Junior Sorrfsl* Club and
inest of honor at a pre-lec- Mr*. Grant assists her hut- ... .. visit from her daughter and social meeting with a St. night at the clubhouse, their families are Invited to

tare dinner party Friday at band in the field, darkroom, \ March IS, 1164 IS family Mr. and Mr*. Peter Patrick's Day theme will be Instead of Saturday, March attend, and dinner reservations *
1 pm. at the Crest Restaunu editing of the film footage and LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday Mackay James and daughter held by Anna Miller Circle 28, as previously planned. The should be made by them

>l Arrangement for the presentation of the finished Susannah, from Oakham Rut- 1291 tomorrow In the Elks' change was made because of with their department chair,
event are under the directionof film. The couple has an eight- Medical Assistants Annual land, England. The English Lodge hospitality room at 8 the Euter March man, who In turn should call
holiday on
Mrs. James Lockwood, who year-old daughter family plan to visit with Mrs.' p.m., following election of new Mrs. J, O. Springer 689-5928,
will decorate the tables with Mackay at her horn on Lake officers 29.Time before tomorrow noon. '
arrangements of azalea andether 'Bosses Dinner' Slatedtha Rochelle for two weeks priorto Planning the "election par I II 6:30 o'clock.
spring blossoms. Centerpieces Religious Groups'Meeting flying home via New York ty" are Mrs. C. C. Dockery Members of the social actlv.1

will Include h.nd.Jim1 Polk County Munday, Mrs. Frankl City Mrs. W. S. Whltlock Mrs. (tie* committee will t>* ...latey
Calendar BARTOW I George H. Borde, Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mre.I Herbert E.
Medical Assistants Association Ruebeling, Mrs. Say Mrs. Karbarg are -visiting, their Giglia, Mrs W.-C. Haskins.Mrs. esses,\ with Mrs. David P.

peeves nos rNa ear nor aIpiW will have Its fourth annual Marylou Strollo and Mr*. Beverly daughter and sons-in-law for John Oilman, Mrs. Her. Miller and Mr*. L. P. Well witEe Tn.

aUon, I'd.,star.., : .5N.Nt hoot.t JIt3:; employer-employ. banquet tonight Trentham, musician and a month from their horn In bert Hamlc, Mrs. Edward as chairmen.A .
... N 5ML n/s .. L. at ':30 o'clock at Johns dancer St. Catherine's Ontario, Can. Boyer, Mrs Stella Rain, Mrs. clarinet quartet competed wt1EN.15M551 .
TO Y to attendare ada. They are residing at Irving Kaufman, Mrs. Ray of Rick Thorley Tom Mason
Restaurant Cocktail hour organ Guest expected 80S Howard Terrace while mond Barry and Mrs R, H. David Thomu and Donald
cynics SALONsaysysy SL APOSTOLIC HHMTUU BIM a'SLI* I1UJjixifUAN .cNOOL.> .1511 130 Ra t music from 7:30: to 1:15: Mrs. Edna Rodak, presidentelect visiting with the daughters, Thomas. Tutn.m will present selections

MmT, nttnl MLtnlM will be provided by Don Rags- of the Florida Medical Mr*. Harold Johnston and and Victor Caserta will
W[ r a RR555rTla' dale of Lonnell Inc. Assistants and her employer Mr*. Robert E. Adam and play an accordion solo.
,, IN w wnl STYIBM m. I. hall Th* n v. lflert s,1liurkr Mrs. Laurel Weicht, chapter Dr. F, C. Hoare, both their AtBridge Mr*
:W':>uli, piofrtra br rouuiTiVi7" Tops I will preside, and prayerKitchen
president, will preside and of Clearwater; Whalen Strob- On Caribbean Cruise
twu' uow *MMa
: 'g ', Dr. Wiley Koon, of Auburn. bar Blue Shield of Florida A 14-day Caribbean cruise arithmetic: a J'/-' i
e IUTM AN KidwMk !MI-
IA TIle ..11 At :fe.n.1 wrrlc,, 1 no 0.| MIllS etxlr dale will be muter of cere representative of St. Petersburg aboard the Franc I* being ounce can of flaked coconut
SouTNOAT'SNOPPINO R1111f1'II1..S' { l H, R.1N'ealaN monies. Mrs. Betty Knowlesis Dr. Bert Dialing, of enjoyed by Mr. and Mr*. I should yield about Itt cup*. Ined Neslsst
CINTIRsn rltw'f ,UltlTTIHIAM 7 :.10 p m in rhuxlHK l.t. program chairman for the ; Thomas V. Snively of Winter Phil J..b. J.se.ee. ...
575 MYL TIITNSAN ...... event. Avon Park Mr* Virginia Haven. Th couple I II expected ST. JOSEPH' COUPLES' I COLD WAVE Test Lye's Meid55f.NNCesple.
and Mr. Ragsdale,
w the Bradberry to return the latter part of
"FIRST'"MRIIITUN I : axtripiN e( Appearing on programwill TOURNEY WMh TnttniMr ......
ennui. tuuut nwM r' i >o ..... be a quartet composed of Lonnell, Inc. Felix: Donatelll, the month. Dr. and Mr*. Stanley Story, CtndlliifitrGives Selaunies of
t.nt pr rots 0Altnd dN..rus.nl..4.K54.IWInn.h : If Dr. Koon Dr. J. R. Boulware Self and Ben Templln. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard I.tlo'nl Snits
ALL APPROVED CREDIT Ben Team 24, won the prize of the *yl/.-
HONORED #:\\tI.ItrA N5LICAL: Is[[. *? III, Dr. D. P. Griffith and Approximately 123 member Scott Jr. have their daughter month for the highest scoreat h.'dl"l' support Only the look I. Ezpssfve :
CARDS 5.51 1544 W.4.vaNOa Miss Ana Mason Scott, home
1Uea.: .JI S?70P Dr. Woods Howard, a skit the St. Joseph's Mothers'Club far 5.ery typehair
.s.4 51 :
and guests are expected '
e.: "Nurse Nifty Nellie.and Her. physician for a 10-day spring vacation Couples' Bridge Tourna I.N.., 70-Dar ChB., P.B.M.RUBY'S .
Daily Problems" and a musical to attend.Dr. from the University of Tennessee. men!. $1000

variety with "Don and His The top five teams In the only
Mr. Terry H. Jones has ar
Beagles 40 team tournament are Mr. '
: 6"
ATTENTION are' Miss Gerl
Participating and Mrs James Doyle, first; ,
will at Win- AIM Praia PwhmwtTINA'S
Dennison, Mrs. Erik Hall, undergo surgery Mr. and Mr*. Paul Tyler, sec I
III Mrs. Betty Hutto, Mrs. Madge and Mr*. Robert W. ter Haven Hospital. Following ond; Dr. and Mrs Lester Le- HAIR FASHIONS. Ores Uttti' ,.M. Me..
._ _
PARENTSYOU Say, Mrs. Barbara Smith, Morris end children of Naples will her hospital at release the homeof she Valley, third; Dr. and Mrs. Mitt-I..Is....... ..."..... .eaa I thrp f4.
skit; Mrs. Marge Farenwald, visited during the weekend recuperate Stanley Story, fourth; and Mr. -
Mrs. Marie A.
billboard girl; Mr. Ragsdate, with his parent, Mr. and her mother and Mrs. Donald Sutton, fifth.
Mrs. Ollle Chatham, Mrs Mr*. Earl J. Morris, 1920 Jones. Complete team standings

If Ml INTERESTED IN A WONDERFUL Elizabeth Crews, Mrs. Mary Shady Lane Dr. Morris 1 II a Visiting Bozemans will be posted on the bulletin

I-lory. Mrs Hutto, Mrs Mar-,._"flying" dentist. Miss Donna Re Barton of board at St. Joseph's Church.
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SUMMER CAMP Anchor Club To Present weekend at Tampa International held April 19. Hostesses will
FOR YOUR CHILDREN Airport for a week' visIt be announced. Get
I it the Eloise Woods home

You Are Invited Te Be Present With Your Children I Skit At Pilot Meeting of Mr and Mrs Millie Boze- Revival Being

Thursday Evening, March 20th, 7:30 P.M. At The manMajor Paul 0. Mllbee has Held
Home of Dr. end Mr. .. L. Merrht, 2407 'Jonib Member of the Anchor ner meeting, and Introduce arrived from a tour of duty In 5 Off
Dr. Club of the Lakeland High visitor Germany and will spend sometime revival I II being held ,
Mr*. Bell will Introduce
School sponsored by the Pilot with his parent Mr. nightly at 7.30 o'clock at
PROGRAM PREVIEW SLIDES DISCUSSION Club of Lakeland will furnish Club Mr*. chairman Noma Murphy who will Anchor present and Mrs. G. C. Mllbee, before Christian Church of God, 1920 j
to Fort Banning, Greenwood St., the Rev. John
the at the Pilot the Anchor Club girl In
program G*., for further duty with the Terry pastor, ha announced regular size
Camp Oklawaha Club meeting tomorrow at a skit depleting the project armed service. The Rev Lester Knox of
8:30: p.m. at the Cadet R**> of their club al well ** mon- Adel. Ga., and the Rev. T J.

Florida' Most Picturesque Summer Yeuth Camp taurant. ey making project Tyson of Nashville, Ga, are
The girls will be In costume Griffin PTAMeeting
Member of American Camping Association Mrs. Roy S. Bell, presIdent characterizing various proj [ the evangelists, i

will preside at the dinI ecta. Miss Theresa Snapp, Set The_ revival, _closes Friday JNlO
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-- -- -' president of the Anchor Club,
Griffin School Parent-
will direct the skit, and outline I CURRIE'S
Teacher Association will meet '
some of the accomplishments
club. IncludedIn tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. In the HOME PORTRAITS
of the .
work carriedon school auditorium. VU M .Mf.to4 1114151 fcvMn.
their welfare Open house will be held for ,,,, Pa. ,:IHtrmmtot ,

EAX 'year and during gifts Is the, the and collecting second the packingand of school food _dren's parent classroom to--visit- their chil I, 5 r *>.. .- MU ..SMS. 1 (;]Olbe

delivery of baskets to the tfJ YV Oo
at Thanksgiving and
needy The m04"!tlautdwlet !
I L5 .
In / bowl eisaner
Assisting Mrs Murphy

arranging the program are Stop using old-fashioned
and Mr fREE'TRIP
Miss Ruth Mulford *
granular cleaners,stop scrubbing -
Howard Relly.Mr
*. Lula Belle Hickerson, t with scouring powders
..' RELAX AWAY CARES OF THE DAY chairman of music, wilt be nails! Use Sno-Bol, the modern

n assisted by Mrs. James D. ,5 toilet bowl cleaner; it cleans)
bca1 q IN A BATH MADE DELIGHTFUL Nlcholls In arranging a musical \ letter because ft's Ijuidf

i' program. NASSAU
: WITH CALGON BOUQUET'k Reservations are to be I TO PLUS Look for this money-saving

k For one of the nice things In life ley made, MU with 2-485 Miss -Ala Brad I packag. at your ,roeer','

I use delicately scented Calgon -- cur ROSES $250 WARDROBESEE

Bouquet In your bath every day. ROSE ace lUSHES THE DOWNTOWN

And there's never a bathtub ring! RISKS ROSES MYSTERY SHOPPER i

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SWC Ruling Prevents Bengal Batter Phils Homers

Norm Cash and Willie Horton unloaded a pair of homer

Polk Grid PlayoffsBy l yesterday at Cleirwater'i Jack Russell Stadium to pact the
d1 Detroit Tigers to an M rout of the Philadelphia Phillies

The win evened the Bengals' spring mark at M They were

to have played the St Louis Cardinals today at St. Pete's AI '
with Polk County
JACK FLOWERS any such playoffs Ledger
Ledger Assistant Sports Edlto This means that the Individual head football coaches con Lang Field
Casey Stengel and Ms New and Jerry Lumps each had two
principals of SWC cerning Class A playoffs, the
Although the directors of schools must abide by the majority of the SWC mentors York Mets will be here at Hen hits. Cash drove In five of the

the Florida High School Activities ruling whether their schools Indicated they favored the ley Field tomorrow for a 1:30 eight Tiger runs, .
Association (FHSAA) the playoffs p.m. contest with the Cincinnati DIT..O' PNLLLIe5.M Aa
approve or disapprove !
III'5 5 S
approved state high school Redlegs and Fred Hutchinson ,,, as
Members of the SWC ,
playoffs are L..f 5eL.r.
After the nI:.:... ..1 t t
football championship playoffs here on Friday. that a. / .
Auburndale Bartow, Kathleen .
"The next meeting of the c..ft ar a .
for Class A teams for Haines Lake Tigers will Invade the East .&...r. 5 c.... III a t.
SWC Is in August pointedout City Oadr N .'a-5n_ If
1964, as it stands at the present Wagner. Wales, Plant City, Hardee Coast for four games, returninghere Norton N 4 I 1 .._,. ,. f" .

schools In the Southwest Even If the SWC principals and Pasco. The first five March 25 to play the Houston Wrt f.o i : I ..:;n.tPrhan 45 i
Florida Conference can for. Colt 45'S It will be Houston'sfirst 05. 5
Polk County schools. ., ... .
voted In the August meeting a ,0.1.'
get about It appearance at Henley Field. :. ="' .: .IWIM MLNNI I 1
to accept the Class A playoffs Will the SWC be in the I ..... MK.a
After the Phillies had Jumped : : :,MoLNSN1..t'n :
In extending the playoffs to /
It would be too late for Class A grid playoffs In 1964?
Class A, the directors specified en starter Hank Agulrre for I : :
the 1964 season.It It's up to the coaches and .. .ce1l4 paMm.n, Is ml by ,hll.- ,._.. .
that It Is a voluntary LUMPS NIPPED AT rUTI-Jarry Lu. Detroit There tall** their two runs In the opening la.
of the schools in BrreaeTetale
program. To compete either 1965 would before be SWC the grid season teams of volved.principals dalpkli Phidias pitcher It. Clandanln .s k* tries I* MOM front third .... M e had pitch 'InMvanrh Inning, the Tigers blanked -M _t_ 111 T...,. .n! !S *!4

I In Class AA or A, the would be eligible to competefor A decision must be made ,Inning, .f .....* itar4.y *t Cra.rw.tur. Clay Dolrympl, Phillies eaUhar, ran to the MM* them after that Mickey Lollch a-:trucN,rrele*eul fer 1.Aeulrre. Kliepetetn In 4th,fn 00..

principal of a school must the state title. before April 13. red threw I* CI."" ...... for the out. (AP Photo fcy ,....... Stra sond >> gave up ene hit la three Innings a-N.... evl ler Clena, .n.n in e 0.0 101PHILLK
notify the FHSAA of Its Intention "This resolution can be and rookie AI Koch .. Oil... eoe MO->
by April 19 each MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPSandy's hurled hltless ball to finish up. Wert., .Heahl. POA.V.L... 11'>ihilllea
changed, explained Wagner Cash sent the Tigers ahead to .... Re IT,aa IT....DP-.Oria.........., C"""..5.01Mrs. .,.,
year. "The principals can vote fora lAmare an. 5s07W.rb Cam,
However, according I to change to allow the conference stay with a J-run homer In the M -C M.L'..ti,..Herlen... .F_d0,_(niten..!,-Werl.AAO -.....
Bruce Wagner, principal of teams to compete In A Dandy third off starter Cal McLlsh LeYT-wt5.t N. C..5 of \.Ir.-: :. a. D.....
Bartow High School and the playoffs In the August Horton finished up with a 2-run SO
{ president of the Southwest meeting. homer' in the ninth off rookie A.Wrwar.W) la FE'; If 4

Florida Conference, "a resolution "However," the Bartow Len Clendenin. Mol "'IL) : : i ii

was passed last year principal continued, "it wouldbe i Don Wert led the Tiger 1J.hit au. ::: { 4 : : .4 .
prohibiting the conference too late for the 1964 season attack with a double and two NuP-sr lemlenin... The
Adds .
schools from competing in "The. only way we could iArray BlooperBy singles while Cash Bill Bruton ... A- ,Tit T-a:*14.Dimeur WilllamM Ste.ruIT

Exhibition Slated participate this coming sea' I .
1( 1{ 1{ IT IT
son If the coaches and principals HAL BOCK 'run homer the major blow. Los

OAKLAND, Calif. Wl Las of the conference If Wednesday March 18. 1964 Associated Press Sports Writer Angeles weathered the storm for "

Vegas, Nev., will see American schools deemed it necessaryto For the opposition, the discouraging a 5-3 victory. Slant on SportsDressen
Football League play for the call a special meeting be- thing about Sandy Unbeaten St. Louis handed

first time on Saturday Aug 29 fore the April 15 deadline." Koufax Isn't his awesome fast- Cincinnati its first setback 4-2.

when the Oakland Raiders and If the SWC Intends to compete ball or his sharp-breaking curveor Starter Harry Fanok doubled Fields

Houston Oilers meet In a pre. In football on a statewide Upsets DuquesneNEW the combination of the two, home the first two Cardinal runs

season game. level In 1964 the principals which renders hitters virtually and hurled three shutout innings

The Nevada battle will be held and coaches must call helpless. It's the thought of him to pick up the victory. Vada

at Cashman Field, a downtownLas for a special meeting to YORK (AP) Move .seeded Bradley from Pe adding another pitch. Pinson homered for the Reds Those 'Curves'i
Vegas facility which will change the present resolution aria 111.NYU .
back, you NYU Violets, Happy Koufax made his Grapefruit Blanked i
seat 12,000. The Wilbur Clark prohibiting such before April Hairston and Barry Kramer. considered a. "bust' League debut Tuesday and had Angels S

Cavalcade of Charities la thesponsor 15. during the regular season, but New York Met hitters lunging Bob Buhl, Cal Koonce and
In a recent series by The I The Army Cadets, with Mike which ousted Syracuse in the and lurching at an assortment rookie Sterling Slaughter limited By JACK SLAYTON

Silliman, Joe Kosciusko and Bob first round and knocked off top- of pitches which Included a new the Los Angeles Angels to three Ledger Sports Editor

legle, have become the sentimental seeded DePaul on Saturday, weapon ,- something Koufax hits for a 2-0 Chicago Cub victory -

basketball favorites In goes against the fourth-seeded needs about as much as J. Paul Lou Brock tagged loser For about three quarters of an hour Monday after

'the National Invitation Tournament New Mexico Lobos In Thurs Getty needs another million Ken McBride for a solo homer. noon, Tiger Manager Chuck Dressen submitted to a

day's opening game I The addition was a blooper The Minnesota Twins feastedon grilling by a pair of non-Detroit sportswriters. The

"Over 200 Cars To I Given even a slimmer chance The Lobos from Albuquerque pitch, something like the one New York Yankee frontline gist of the interview was Dressen's culinary arts Then
NYU In forecasts gained their semi spot by surviving National pitching for a 7-2 victory New
Choose From" than pre-tourney Rip Sewell flashed at switched to Dressen the manager along with Dres
Drake's furious closing York's third setback In four they
the Black Knights of the League hitters In the 1940s efforts.
Hudson surprised St. Bonaven- finish to beat the Bulldogs from Sandy displayed It three times, starts Vic Power had four singles sen s previous managerial
63MERCURY Moines 65-60 four free Hall solo One wasn't certain whether or not the reporterswere
ure 64-62 in the first round last Des on letting It over twice for strikes and Jlmmie a
Saturday and Tuesday night throws by Dick Ellis In the last in his five inning stint home run for the Twins as Al pulling Dressen's leg. They asked him about his

COMETS came through with another tremendous 27 seconds. Downing, Ralph Terry_and Whit- chill. several of his other kitchen masterpieces along

AT. Radio Heater upset. They humbled Serious About It ey Ford hurled for the Yanks with the recipes and how he got started as a cook. Re-

; ilrd.seeded Duquesne from I "I'm serious about the pitch," Felipe Alou slammed a homer gardless of their questions and their sincerity of intent .

'I595 Pittsburgh 87-65 In an overtime' Senior League said Koufax. "As long as I can" and a two-run triple as the MU- the Tiger manager is an excellent chef He need
throw it for a strike 1'11 use it. waukee Braves unleashed a 13-
110 la Stack) quarter-final struggle Meets TomorrowThe not apologize for his efforts at the gas stove.
Now they are in the feature The old Koufax arsenal was hit attack for an $-1 victory over And without appearing egotistical Dressen went to great

second game spot of Thursday Lakeland Senior Baseball more than enough against the the Kansas City A',. lengths to give his recipes for his specialties especiallythe
nights semifinals against secHA League for boys ages U-17 will Mets who managed Just two of Rookie Stars chill He remarked that Walter O'Malley (LA Dodger

I meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the hits. In their Mets short have history been at Rookie Rico Carty also horn I owner) said of Dressen's chili: "It's better than I get any

CO VA I Clark-Daughtrey Medical Clueto futility their lovable, the worst against Kou ered for the Braves, who had I place." I would Imagine that quote may come out the wrong
310 No. Florida Are.lakelsnd MORTGAGI LOANS at 130 W. Pablo St. managed Just three runs In two too. I
The meeting is for the boardof fax with a total production ol 1 way

FIRST MORTGAGI CORP. directors, managers and exactly one run in 43 Innings ol,shutout. victories Athletic before staff facingthe This corner, like several of the Detroit representatives,
0' FLORIDA depleted
''e.RVIC is oum uiniNUi* I coaches. The season's scheduled, exhibition and regular season Francisco Giants was led to believe on the basis of previous stories and quotations
.. .. The San
.fM.. MY 4 Pier.UT Unelane Aw.PC. coaches and managers will be action against the Dodger ace:bunched four singles for threruns / especially during the Milwaukee rhubarb of several
approved at the session. since May 1962 that Dresatn Sufflc'
.u...._......_-_.-- .u- Once rid of Koufax, who In the sixth Inning and then
held on for a' 4-1 victory over
fanned seven, the Mets broke I the Boston Red Sox Willie Mc- personally. He Is a man of definite Ideas. He Is a man

loose against old teammate Bob Covey's three. hits led the Gl who Is certain thai he possesses a solid knowledge of the
IMMEDIATE CASH Miller with Frank Thomas' two-
ants' attack. game "He (speaking of a Tiger rookie collegian) certainly -

Skinny Brown Larry Yellln has more education than I received. Yet there's one

LW Unbeaten and Larry Bohannon allowed thing I'm certain of that Is I have more knowledge of

I LARGE CE lust three Baltimore hits as the this game than he does. I've devoted my life to the game
STOSO Houston Colts nipped the Oriole and 1'vs tried to change and adjust to the changes la the
1793 . 3.2 In 11 Innings Bohannon'.
1793 40.00 DiamondLake style of the game as they occur
179' . '75.00 On one-out single delivered the winning "The
1794 15.00 :youngsters now are
1795 : : : 10:00: TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 1804 gg I run for the Colts. sharper than when I was
1809.: : : : : Wales hiked Its baseball Ted Savage smashed a two- playing. And those that

1796 100.00 1821 . 2.00 record to 3-0 in Polk County and run homer and the Pittsburgh attention to the lessons pay on
1801. 10.00 1857. Pirates came up with a run 1 In
March 17 18 19 in lakeland 3.00 Southwest Florid Conference 10th Inning to the field become a lot smarter
afternoon the bottom of the
school action yesterday
But the in
and last night edge Washington s... players. change l

LAKELAND TERRACE HOTEL FROM 9 A.M. TO 8 P.M. Reeves The Highlanders slugged SWC of foe Coach Haines Bill Santa Fe Nine the the bonus handling rule of and players first.year and 1'

1 1t. City 1.3. rule have altered a manager'sstrategy ,,
pey at least the following prim for U.S, colnti 'rlng your colas t. the LAKELAND TERRACE HOTEL (Suite 716)), I In other games Involving Polk Wins Opener and plans. .. 1 4

Feat Male Street, er Phone MU 2.7147 If you wish UI t. call AT YOUR NOME County and SWC nines, Auburn- "For Instance when I was I

dale edged Pasco of Dade City. MONTVERDE Leon Milll playing I (as a manager) t

W. interested In and other s.., with Booty Etheridge get hurled two-hit shutout yesterday would have never bothered f
are acquiring the following U. S. and Canadian" coins, These prices will b. paid he gan a
the victory although with lot of
ting afternoon as the Lake- a youngsters in
needed relief help from Jerry
land Santa Fe Catholic Crimson spring training Nor wouldwe
McCarty. Plant City opened. Its' Hawks opened their high school have to spend a lot of
season a
baseball season with a 13.0 victory time on fundamentals. WhenI
SWC triumph over Hardee ol
over host Montverde. came up to Cincinnati from

1.Isle,t. $150.00., WILL PAY AT 1161 ,5 2.00 up 19091. .$$15.00" P1..a .0 ref Wauchula. Winter Conference Haven losta tilt The game was called after St. Paul, it was assumed that ,.-..-
LEAST 10c FOR 1169 2.00 ep 1909.. 191St $ .7S er 1-0 live innings because of the prep during tenure In the mi-
1157 t.OO.' ...... cel.. to Tampa Plant despite the fact my CHARLEY DIISSEN
ANY INDIAN 1170 4.00 you ID-run lead rule.
ep I9ZZ. .n ap non had learned what
60.00 rp the Blue Devils' Bobby Downs to
lass 1.00., HEAD PENNY 1111 4.00., The Crimson Hawks of Coach nl Ti..' nipper
t Wo will do the field and how
pop .t tossed four-hitter. to
1910 ,7S 1914' 2.SO a
nine hits
11. NOT LISTED 1111 '.00 rp p Yp r._ .. .. .. .. ... .*. a--1 4 i John Mack collected make cut-off plays rundowns
Ie. thu. run the bases and
1559 g rr 1171- 1911. 2.00., "Ic.s 1916. .n ap ".N.5..d w.iw t4 mAaYSi"v* iN three each by Bill Bostick, John perform the
1161'1 560 ioo: :: h.YIII'.. N col.b. Ie.0 par-rat '14.15 ,SO.P 1911. 1.00., thle trip, ....... 1911. ,'75.. ......, MIC.,. (I) ... Parltfi.EfW ." Stanton and Dick Hartman. ssslgned me at my position ,

1161 .50 rrhct c.ndt$. t. 1176. ,SO., ,'75. that ... partiee19111 .. .. .... .. see e- e 0 Santa Fe tallied seven runs In Firjt-Yeor Rule
.. Changes
lass ) .' price. 1177 25.00 .t91 h 16.00..p ., au U-IO* aider.SeaUianuner 7 .a. the flnt Inning, added four moreIn Things
tar Lrlp seeded. .tt. tellflMer 43) an
=.I.it :
1 564 ::g rp ; .h.Yld" 1905. 5.00: : \914. .t.00.., 11)1 (rwn/.. and Nerria.Malnee the second and picked up two "There was no first-year rule. No bonus rule'and
1101" thl. ..... \9n. .75.., third while Milllgan wu rookies
m.detil.t.d.l 15. \9144 15.00. Oily .. .!. W -S 0 in the with few
\909 exceptions
00 their
11566 spent first few
11..00 .pcerrod ep KM **. .- *1 years In the minors,
u 4oueWilH.d. ... ......... ten. twirling
Complete sets 1157.1909' Indlall Heed Pennies $100 and Complete sets. 1 909.1940 Lincoln Pennies $125 end .p. Ian, Markutt (4)II'.". Lewie.K.r 1 learning on the way up When they came up to the majors,
...,. they knew how to play
up. Partial nets, prepertisn.te omount paid. Partial sets preportlenete amounh pel& slot .oN...see ...t J iOewni NATIONAL.r "'. .MOC._,.....Lt"OUI Prw.
1. an* PalHl (,ma and 4o.- ....TY/5O.rS II..ULU.. "Now a manager must worry about protecting three of
.,. 'c. 4. Mw four
first-year men. And by protecting them, he cuts into his
NICKELS WANTED DIMES WANTED active player list for the season And he must worry and con-

Jackson Gulla FinalistsIn cern himself about players who are on the verge of running

1115 .$10.00914s $1.00 u9J1.. $1.00 1196lhouh PAYING 19" .10.00 out of options He worries about making the mistake of judgment
1106 $I O.00 ep $5 and ap 1911 1.501171st in a player that will not hurt right at the
1116 '.00 u9144 2.00., In94 1.00 moment but
.$ 10.00 I 1192. 1195. 191'. i.oo Women's Club TourneyMedalist a few years later when his misjudging of a player results in
1912 10.00 u916.. .50 u950.. '.00 1596'
1171. 60.00 1,9:1' that for
$ 1916s. ..509lh youngster starring some other club. Dressen walked
\ 2.00 u9lh .50 aP 1194s 200.00 1191..190119lh & .50 around the dressing room.

I Joanne Gulla and defending .c_NAMPosN/P.... ...! CON e.U OtA710rt Mufitaineenutoy "Have :you changed your Image ?
... any And have
HALF DOLLARS champion Martha Jack- *"""7 da O.vN Nn ehL an5.w4 you
oil. changed your managerial methods over the "
WANTED finals et any years?
QUARTERS DOLLARS son advanced to the IIfoT 'LlO"T...... _.. ...
..... "
D 5.r 5..t "" "Yes I think I learn all the tune.
the Cleveland Heights Women's .. ..... I feel I'm a better
$l 10.00., Parker Myrtle MittnellICONS manager
1794.200.00 ... ....... .
1794 ,5 40.00., ap :245.10.00 up Golf Association .club championship ...n.,,..5......on.5..1._. .....,..31.. now than I was when I first begat with the Cincinnati
1796 150.oa rr 1196. .10.00 up 119S shra 1101 tourney. ONTa Reds In 1K I've even picked up a few pointers
n9'7 5hrr tn' 1.00 up \795 2'.00 .p 10.00 51 .50.00 Mrs. Jacksoe defeated Mrs. ...Olive (m m. wa'c....ellen. S-llwet at this schedule coach Look
1915.j20.00: : :: r up 54.500.00 :, J.5._d IN ,O.'Me w. /a. Mullln (Pat Mullln) drew up for me.
117occ, l$71cc. 1172.. 19l4Stw dina. 25.00 up 1796 200.00., 1104. 2,000.00 Georgia Pollard I up. In one _Manor. 1 ... ....N"Marla war Qel.ie_, -... They made a diamond over for us at Bryant Stadium. We've
SS10. 0
._ .
p Man % 4-"
50.00 each semifinal match while Mrs. Oerrieet :
1917.1924..75 up \79'7. 50.00.P 11I6 thrr IU9 1016.00 M..N INnNr Lb lot a bJltiBt"" behind tilt fence 10 we have three squads
up ::: Cavra = .
lI'7Ie..IOO.OO .p 1932..2.00 p Gull defeated Mrs. Mar* McClur.
... doing things at different
1179. up Itll. 2.00 up \791.IU. ISO.OO up $20.16.00 rP Woodall, 1-1. In UM other semifinal | w.."_.."+ Ml.....Nell.., f5lh K'eler 5...... ...- times
2.00 up $50.100.00 u. efl.wnaw SacS '.5., Henlev 5..)t "Mullin checks the clock and the fellows all instruction .
_.a..., > aai K.War eewnee; MeClurkIvn
Two rounds were played last a r0 w a7Nle. rL/0NT on various phases of the game. That's a pretty good

Many other Coins Needed at this Time, Especially Circulated and week with losers making up regular i.0 Y.M".Uelten N.ra.n Camilla'Mit 5..d a.aw, L,:"= looking schedule" Dressen showed the typewritten schedule
ODD COINS Uncirculated Rolls Before 1940. and consolation flights Nun Stetit, | IHM "Laur. jeneee. to the two non-Detroit writers.
The results 0. ,".?,?, The pair' then tossed the Tiger manager a big fat curve
FOR u.s. ALSO WANTED ONAMPIOsmPLief? "Do you think you've changed since
PAYING CLIeNT ... any the Milwaukee
.CNAMPON.NIP... .... ._.... .., Jeekien ami. thing?
M. J. Ion CHMetON CONfOlAf10Na.r And does
LADIES it still hurt
._. ._ ........ you because of what
Lera. Core ..SO op Paper Mons4S BARBER RARE COINS 4." .Nor 5..t Marty. Cot- ** .. VBoirT1"1*' ?" they said about
".r5..r..... 'I PaNN. .1-.ad....... T ... you
C.,, 1.50 up '.U. Silver Doll.' FROM OUR Mifchtlt{ a im. M U Mu. Owr. e Pareeri Ueeaituf Sar
It Sil.., .50 up e T."ltoI.1 Gold' Of Denver dwmdOfuu1N P..Mw.I .so....*." V Ifti.Sili "**".,..T PLI."" QONOLAf1oNGt It was louche. D.Jumped perceptibly, "You sever
STAFF ,,"'...... Oar/. dwnN .11. e.NN.. ..".'iem ... .>..!!*. heard Eddie Mathews yelp. Of course there
3 Nick.I..50 up : Comm C.I. WILL BE 4.ware*M. ..lka W.II .......Kniehl.... PN Monet ld. e.wiM ..CCOMB._.....1 HIOHTey..... ... IU_. cat. The club had bee. M wccesaful and U* pUyeTw.fat
2c Pi.c.-.SO .; ...... w5.wnLal ,._ _._, .... .
T.k. ... .... .a.Hunti M O.Irwt MeTHI still .
lUO I. Lo. De. C.lo.... ._11 ..uM, J...._ ..5. sari c."..> Important to the f....
10c ,IH' ..50 sip 'reef Sate.- PRESENT ..!'Ia .
"'/ heat naw f.4 rLMNTellen
14 DI.... .50 up Feroita, C.I. 'h... '".1491 WI.,.....0....a.>.. ?.Si W. a-.ll ewnMM .Wme....eieter ... 11_... _e"Veiino "Heck they had so many cheeses, dairy products, cars and
_.11".10. ,..0_ Wat P.ll.rN I ...,."" CONM>UTIO.I
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( E .f\ : !' Wednesday March U, INI IS
Of THE TIMES t f u Red Devils FSC Hosts Valdosta Statein LAKELAND LEDGER ,

TemperedBy Trim Barlow 2-Game Diamond SeriesFlorida Hawks Remain

Mercy In SWC Tilt Southern College's 1 Hock and Ken Murphy all look, In Title Race \

baseball team entertains ValdosU Impressive. However, In the I

State of Valdosta, Ga., in two two Florida contests the Mocs, ,

VIM \ I Backed by an ll-hlt attack, games today and tomorrow at In 24 Innlngns were able to push: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

By ARTHUR DALEY *, hot he was and drifted into ,right-hander Doug English mas- Henley Field. Both games an across only one run. The St. Louis Hawks will
(t, TCi&i Jork arimn backing his opinions 1 s II Itered the Bartow High Yellow scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. get
with Moe
mentor Hal Smeltzly one more shot at a piece of the
ST. PETERSBURG cash because it seemed -Jackets on six safeties yesterday Southern has been playing has tabbed
Almost the I Hock and Hueb National Basketball Assocla.tlon'
fun thing to do. afternoon as the Kathleen good defensive ball and the
ner for starting mound assignments. Western Division
a crown.
year ago .commission
Senior High Red Devils took an ,pitching has been excellent with
Pete Rratelle Karras was the Introvert, In reserve will be The Hawks trimmed Detroit
er of the National 8-3 Southwest Florida Conference vetera.is Ken Huebner Cecil
Football a scowling monster who ma- | baseball contest Ken Murphy.. Bruce Altkon. 11591 Tuesday night. cutting
League lowered neuvered himself Into a somewhat Cooper Means and BUI Durranee. San Francisco's Western lead to

the boom on Paul Hornung untenable position by The victory pulled Coach a game and retaining a mathematical

of the Green Bay Packers buying into a tavern which Charlie Lyle's Kathleen nine Behind the plate for the FSC chance to tie the Warriors

and Alex Karras of the Detroit was frequented by gamblers. up to M- overall and M In the FSU DefeatedBy nine will be Darrell Fulton who for the title.If .

Lion Even after the commissioner e.,1. SWC. Coach George Hamer's may be spelled by Bob Bates. St. Louis beau Detroit In
suspended him the Yellow Jackets now are 1-2 Its season wind-up tonight and
In an admirable blend huge Either Jim Hardee or Dave
wisdom and Justice, the youth of tackle showed no disposition Overall and In the SWC. Mocs 8-4 Sonnenberg will be at first base; Philadelphia upends San Fran

ful guardian of the funda- to dispose of his holdings.It English, a Junior had a two- Ron James, second base; Buster cisco, the Hawks and Warriors

mental integrity and honesty took a long while for the hit shutout going until the top Hardy third base and Frank will play off for the No. I spot.

of his sport Indefinitely suspended light to penetrate his conaclousness a c wk M.e ieWOMEN'S of the seventh when the visitors TALLAHASSEE The Florida Oktavec, shortstop The war Is over for NewYork's

both players for placIng but It finally did. pushed across three runs on Southern Moccasins of Lake In the FSC outfield will be weary Knickerbockers, 'j

wagers on football games. He went off to Iowa and did : four hits. The Kathleen hurler land gained their first baseball Bob Lee left field; Joel Ledlow who closed out another nightmarish

Now he has tempered that penance there while waiting' Issued two walks and fanned victory of the season here ves- center field; and Huebner when season by losing to Boston i
for the legal five Yellow Jackets terday afternoon by scalping the 127121. Los Angeles finishedIts I
same wisdom with mercy. The'worn steps to complete Florida State University Seml- he Is not pitching, In right field
has been raised and the total dlsassoclatlon with Ms Larry Walker went the route stole M. Fred Mayer will patrol right regular season business on a I

iuspensions have been lifted. watering hole.If lor the losers allowing 11 hits, field when the versatile Hueb- happier note, trimming Philadelphia

hls Is a move which can be Karras had been alone walking four and striking out The Mocs bad lest twe ner Is on the mound.In 121-97 on the West
in the suspension' it is games te Florida, both extra I 1982 their last Coast.
applauded with the same fer- possible two. Walker was the victim of oIn meeting,
WINNERS-Tk full MM Double Shulfl....,.. j
that Innings, and on*, FSUon
Louis Coach Galla-
Rozelle St.
or as his original might not five errors committed histeammates. {Southern handed Valdosta two Harry
action. Ro- Tounnmcnt by
nave win compUtoo) yoitordoy slimness .! the Civil Canter Monday before Into
been' getting tin rested his after
so losses -4 and regulars
:elle had generous But 8-2. at Henley
proved his point and co..... Wins... sod .... ,,' I I
hammered home Hornung a leader in every- nmiMr-vpi In Hit division wow, the victory column. It was the Field but dropped a 8-4 decision they'd gunned to a 23-polnt third '
a stunning left I* right Ebit' Hackies sad Erfitaj Robbins English helped his own cause first loss for a Fred Hatfleld.
'bject lesson to all. thing he ever did on the fieldor mimer-iipi less to the Georgians on their home quarter lead over Detroit, then t
further There was off It, pulled the big tackle .Hondofion .*i Mo. Hall, wlnmr. All four or* frees the Mirror by collecting two hits In three coached FSU nine Hatfleld grounds had to rush In the Rtarters when f
10 need for
muance. Its con. along with him and let Kar Lets Club ot St. ,.te....... (L.deo, photo t>r HHshon. trips to the plate both singles. took the FSU baseball coach- In the middle of spring recess the Pistons closed the gap to six t

ras be bathed In the white Ronnie Hughey and Bennie big Job this season when Danny i(Southern's ball players will en- late In the game. A couple of

When the crackdown was purity of his wake. Boutwell had two hits each In Utwhtler resigned. joy a few days' vacation returning hook shots by Cliff Hagan leadIng -
ade the commissioner four times-at-bat One of
spelled The Golden Boy was once BOWLINGOWLIRSTTH Hughey'e Ken Murphy of Clearwater ; to school Monday to St Louis scorer with 24 I
that the
conduct of the approached on a magazine was a sixth-Inning baser started on the mound for Coach[prepare for the Amherst Col- points put an end to the Pis

wo athletes during their enforced I r tiC Ie. Immediately he IYI ..... I loaded triple. Dink Rhodes had Hal Smeltzly's Mocs but needed lege series here March 25.28. I tons' bid.
Idleness would deterInlne WM L..t MassNella5, liti Ruth Imraakl,. a run-scoring double In Kath- r
phoned Rozelle. I. ....... umltura 1110 .. 1001 k.rkara Outtarmara, IMi relief help from Cooper Means
his future action. Then 2. Lan. Naan .. Los 1I. 0 01,11, Lau leen's three-run third frame.The .
joe let that conduct "Do you think this Is wise, Malta S katflatar .. .. NS J .a Caahran.114. 10I| ITU Vrrna..Oark...... 100)Nawtan Iva Red Devils collected of Winter Park In the seventh f.a + f
provide 4. Okie ... .. .. .
commissioner?" I .11 .Iee 04 II arpi tara K'n. SN.Nitt.r 'inning. Murphy was the winning
"ts asked Paul. M.... team Naan aN1. single In
aanaa runs the
own influence. On that artitai Amna WoClura S tl l first andfeurlh
"I can't give advice officially Him aam lama, MNY'eLNY' H..laHltk .... '"' ? 101 ** Oaaara, a lOi hurler SADDLE-UP
: :
you :
: 'T.-:
ails he had no real recourse '' etch ; arrML Innings and added
," said (Individual Jualr *...n.... not i"NITS I FSC outhlt
Pete. "But I same all. three the Seminole,
xcept to do what he did. CAP LIAOUC scores each In the third :
Hornung was a lot quicker can talk to you as a friend." Mien 1vvN. was, w_ UM. WON 10ST and sixth frames. I 0-8., Including a home run by '
I Caraantan Mam .. '
n the trigger than Karras. The article was never writ ITS .".I* a. takalana: TranamlaalM'" 00 M 11 I I4.9i Dale Murphy shortstop had outfielder Ken Huebner of Gar-

No sooner had the comml. ten.Hornung JuaV Caralnar, loll Warn Llml lOTi, a. L.p.Muhlanda. . .. la the only I extra base hit (mid, N. J. Huebner was the P** *
Clara TlHNtiMan 1041 cast tMOniOalltal ::: Na. e IB:1 losing FOR
rocked pitcher FSU
was to the 40faim T..I against on ,
loner slapped his whip than 110. 4h .,rl... i.IS.Mee a run-scoring I Yt
the Golden Boy from Green core by his suspension.: What Wllaan S I*', Manarat Mattia e..1 SIM.,.. SOIOlulina .. ...n.M1e7aIIIM top of the seventh. Monday.
buoyed him up most wss an Catty ... Carter, ". .rlias.. .N..h..':.m. Ukalanal Trentom | I The Seminoles used four
lay w" driven to instant ..saenW.SI_ Kathleen travels to Wauchula
|ar SM Mill M.... InarvW...' .,.lass __.
Incident that ahN pitchers In their
[ to
contrition, occurred almost INTIO-CITV ,,..n. ..., .. .., lpt 044. for a 7:30 p.m. Southwest Florida attempt stop ,
immediately after the news kama, CNN Marrl."aoo the Macs, but four errors hurt
iV'I made a terrible mistake 'I. Cammaralal P. at lid aM, MOi Haltlar, too Conference tilt on Friday
he said. "I broke. He had been listed as 1 laraan Pear.. Plank: .. aoa| MVt SAM 0 the loser's cause.
realize that .I. Ul.'. SunlaiHl ReetuiL Chrt MOTIMH, aril| llano Haitian /AnTOW 500s
BOw and I'm truly one of the honored guests at ., 4> 155. RATNLN :: ; :: Sale .t I la. autharn Oil Ifs 001.5 10
sorry. a dinner for Bob Paul l.aswe,.Muralno Nn,. 00 40 SUITSHlahJndvMual. I W.I.N.,1d' NINn R. M.sn rham fl.rH. Stab 002 OU. .... ? urpBTTTtt
si Karras an all-leaguj deftnslve > Couay. M,." ..... M/ee. Saran'. Ir.r/M Sml ,..11_ a loi Jim Naal S.Oi, (all areaIisS aM craven. Marphy, Maana PUIUMIIkXiHi '
tried to beg off. "n. IYO' Praa) Chiaalkraok, 0 ?t Jarr CNN,: Craaly 141, N'J I loi" Hull (I/ l tirr/ *?fT''t fV'Cb.r7 .
tackle reacted angrily. .... .Amw stew... Ineerl.u. .- t& .?,tlf .. %W"> a """ and OuaraaHamt .
: r. ... Hawk
"Nothing doing said "" HUM-Muaknar (POOL
H Grab
termed the ie
penalty too liMllvMiul _... Dan Trlaa MIDAV NITS LITKOI
harsh and behaved sullenly Cousy. "This Is no time for .Huh MlvMiul torn, JakK MarMM, .._.. Pr.wna II Wen u. Loot>. NHL Loop LeadBy '' LOWEST PRICES!
one to desert another. .
for a long while. But regret a/.. a tlactrla Ohavw Mr.Ms. 124 II v
Not do I all **.MIO a. .uattrftan' Praana. ... 124 oa DreadnoughtsBlank -l- T
only want here .. .. *
for Ms stupidity finally came you mil ewnnar, 140| HaraM TIt__. Jimrnia W. Auction 12* 00 THE ASSOCIATED
I Insist on it." Its .... OUn*., MTI itm Munu.na- MiaH _..., man, kill, wits' .., Ola PRESS DEMONSTRATIONS
and h.. too, became a modelof ar. Ma. >10| Oat L.i"i as. 904) Jarry ...Milk. aarlaa, waman, Lrmla Smith, The Chicago Black Hawks BrandonBRANDON
received hero'swelcome. ,
Hornung a OMaa. 110' Huk
SMi DallaaClo
deportment. .l Cy Matwli,McAI Dm Trip, MO Ml.h Nrna. M.. Sill Willis .... holding a precarious twopointlead
Ik These two super-stars had The strange thing lilt Tarn T 114, IMi Ora 0.uOiill : M.... Nee, _. Loon' Mile. In the

Violated the strictest of all about his period of banishment 8.toes...(.. V CaMran-e..1, IIli UOl John.. Har eerier an,, MI 140!. 114. ,XM OAMtO League as the National result of Hockey 4-0 La kela nd'.
pill Wlllia' a
"iiji'L/nV. Imlth/ Sit'
Is M
that the force *
of Ms OIHIIOI. :
Dreadnaughts snapped a five-
pro football rule They had Chru Solllvan 31W Nally, 100. victory New York Tuesday
... over
,Wagers on games although. attractive personality caused Den Trips... SIC.NO11 Claudia ....irt.. all OAI L>,... 1"SmlMi tot night now must play awaiting game losing streak here yesterday
'neither him to be lionized whereverhe KLUeW... "N OOO 00II110 with a 5-0 win over the
ever bet against his ,
Wn team. In the relentless went. He did television I.W.ft. .... ... .. .. 'U If .ail.....Wlllia. Aei oil,. erth7t. law .... game. Brandon Eagles behind the two-
Sell Plumklno Kl 00 ,
The Hawks broke
I. of
o out tie
1i J. Tramkly 4 T
radio and other '_ Tawn .. .. 1M fa ... .-loi Lynda a hit of Ronnie
, War that pro football fringe sports Auli SNr Rian, |'T| J y u. .. 4-t Tl Claudia hurling Baker.
wages 4. w M Larry Daman, S.101 D... with Idle Montreal and boosted
work to fare well financially.But -. 100 100 : .1 Je. The win left Lakeland with a
against gambling there can be : 1 iiM-ivMual; S.. *">> their total 82
point to 80
these Huh an* fauant OUtIN CLAOOIO against 1-2 '
two superstarsreally mark In Group 4 play. They
gradation of the one pri as. .... ... Lo.T For the Canadiens. But the
Mah sari" .lvI. eark.ro SuWMiah WM .
belong on the gridiron. 1. Lakaland Drua ] return to Lakeland's Henley
; .... 0.
principle. Betting of -rm .. a. M 4 O. "ru.l ew: : 00 44 Hawks are in anything but a
Having done their penance *am kaajn. Ball aifumalniHiak L Field Friday to meet the Robinson -
description Is positively aarwa kwn, 0..l 4. .: comfortable position in quest of
flit | in Western Conference
in the most clear-cut they are being permitted to n2 M. their first Knights a
all CAM league title.
return. It's a wise move. Andwelcome Oaa Fautht. JtOi. (arkara kutMrS MHlih ... contest. Ronnie Wade
a.rl Far* Vark.JHiaN
> ... Chicago plays Its final
si one. ........ <.M| ...aullna.. 2011 : game will draw the hurling assign
guilt of Hornung and aha ,_ 171._ aam seaM. *. *. Fniit Cat.: against Boston Sunday night men(

fkarras was unmistakable Ro- FISHING-HUNTING its teem _..., M, 4. o. Frail C*.., and a victory would give the Lakeland used wildness and 4
zees made a careful and pain- Hawks total of 84 :
100 5AMw. a points .
miscues to score three times In
rare. 47/ Ann M_1_ 1a.. .
staking Investigation, refusingto Montreal however has three
170 OAMq second Inning and Ice the t
be panicked by snide rumors Judr Wllaan, all Fran (........ HTi to play and a potential '
Ann games contest The runs came on a
Deer Marnaon laTl Ill MuINI
that he was covering Turkeys I loll Phylllt Ohlrlar,laddankarry Drvant, loll lali La"Parn Skuali.vV "......'of 86 points If such a margin single' by Robert Moore two GRAND OPENINGNEW
)up the malefactors and getting ta urA 14...... "* '"" will be needed since the Hawks walks a hit batter a throwingerror

ready to whitewash them. -II..n.:: ...,.. tar Inn a notoriously poor road team) and a pair of wild pitches
_..... .. ........ 1
| Paul readily admitted thate Find New Homes :."'!'. ...aa"" ." ..,../alNr 1.0 wind up at Boston. Baker had -a, triple tnr-- the BUILDING
had bet Ion both college Dreadnaughts but was later]

.'and professional games when a.w caught trying to score on ai. MARCH 16 TO 21st

he was confronted by the com SlantContinued Infield grounder.
missioner. Karras was evasive By FRED W. JONES Sports UKIIAND Oil 001 0 S 4RANDOM REFRESHMENTS DOOR PRIZES
Editor / ": 000 000 0 0 S ,
and admitted nothing But Fishing Hunting .akar and M>ml fehaffull andCaaay.
this was In line with their This being National Wildlife Week. March 15-71 perhaps ( from Page 14, Cols. 7-8) i

personalities. It is a good time to pass on some information from the I 4CANLAN WINS SEE OUR LUCKY HORSESHOE
what have you given to them they didn't know what to do. rwal't
Is a devil- Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Hornung gay AUCKLAND, New Zealand
trying to be tough. I just wanted to win games. I don'lthink
bachelor who Is a According to the Tallahassee office "Hundreds of Florida
may-care (AP-Tuna Scanlan of New
I did anything wrong there. I learned something, sure I 'SPECIALS
total extrovert. He was the wild turkeys and white tail deer are finding new homes ss But the object Is still to win games" Zealand won the British Empire 'l
We of the party wherever he the Commission concludes one of the most successful big middleweight boxing championship -
cook for the U win the ?
"What'll Tigers they pennant
went, a handsome young man game trapping operations since the program of relocating Yankee you?" Saturday with a split 15- farmall Cubi-(3)) . . . $645 & up
who thrived on adulation and potroast round decision over Gomeo
made friends with ridiculous native"The wild trapping game was and Initiated relocating 15 yean program ago.consists of live Dressen" grinned: "They win the pennant and they can Jrennan of the Bahamas No Super A'i-(2)( ) .s $745 & up

ease, Including avoided.some A confirmed he should trapping wild turkey and deer In areas not available to public cook me. weights were given. Formall 130-(2)( ) a. . $1595.. up

have hunting. Once tr.pped, the game animals and birds are transported _">.. N>('|.a yard taanaar-
check around grabber,like he I the big and released on various wildlife management areas or Short Sport Notes International Grove . . $1095.00
other areas where suitable wildlife habitat Is found but where Graham McKeel has been tabbed In the "spring superla WrestlingSAT. John Deert AO Grove . . . $995.00

ONOHER NAMED native deer or turkey population Is low, .or the carrying tive" list of University of Florida grldders. The Lakeland fullback -

capacity of the range has not been reached. I was termed "Most outstanding sophomore back.. Other /.,.Reconditioned t Guaranteed

3AYTON COACH "Deer trapping consisted of 185 deer being trapped and superlatives: Most Improved veteran lineman, Larry Gagner, NITE 8 P.M.

relocated In 25 different locations. Deer were trapped on a an end turned tackle; most Improved veteran back Jerry SEE OUR
DAYTON. Ohio (AP) Don ranch located In Duval County and on closed portionsof LAKELANDARMORY
of Dayton private Newcomer; outstanding soph lineman, guard Jerry Anderson:
tonoher Unlrersity BARGAIN CORRAL
and one-time captainf the Eglin Air Force Reservation. offensive lineman Dennis Murphy; defensive lineman Bill

;raduate "In addition to the Florida trapping program, I total Rlchbourg; offensive back Alan Poe; defensive back, Allen -

ill the succeed Flyers basketball the late team Tom, of 51 Texas deer received for a trade of 25 Florida turkeys, Trammel; offensive end Barry Brown; defensive end, Lynn Ferguson 20 . . . . . $395.00

Mackburn as head coach. TAMPA. SAT TIOH Thuraalar. M..... 10. I.*.. wan ...... T 04 ...... Matthews and Brown; linebacker, Jack Card. Now Cas- I 9 MANWRESJLE John Deere . . .e.a.e . $295.00
The Very Rev. Raymond A. S M >.nij law I'Oaa. 1111 a...... Oil a...i.I aim naaa, '.M ......| aHa, 0:41iM : ales The Lip says he'll fight Floyd Patterson with the winner ROYAL
oesch, university president, .. MM men lOiM ..- aatt naN a.m. taking all and all the fighters' proceeds going to the church-* ALL 9 Can Grove . . . . . $495.00

renounced the appointment of were released in three different locations. Another shipment Clay's to the Black Muslims and Patterson to the Roman WRESTLERSIN International 012 . . . . $245.00
tonoher Tuesday. Donoher 32. of deer is expected to arrive from North Carolina In the near Catholic Church. Patterson already has made such an offer

ad been Blackburn's assistant future. but doubts if Clay will follow It through. It would be for the THE RING AT SAVE ON "AS IS" EQUIPMENT

IT the past two seasons. "Turkey trapping consulted of 484 wild turkeys being title. Jake Caliber. Florida A&M coach, says the "United THE SAME TIMES WHILE THEY LAST

Blackburn died March I of trapped and relocated In 32 different locations Turkeys were States should either subsidize Olympic athletes or get out of TERMS AVAILABLE

iing cancer after 17 yean at trapped on the Ftsheating Creek refuge In Glades County and the Olympics. If they (Russia) win. It Is a star In their caps.If I

he Flyers' belm.Three on Johnson Island In Osceola County both of which are closedto we lose it stigmatizes the U.S." Right on the button, BIG MATCHES Set Our Truck Round-Up

bunting. Jake! Lola Rodrlguet Cuban welterweight and former

Softball "The turkeys are generally transported by Commission champ says: "Casslus's the greatest But I'm the best." He $200.00 PICK-UP TRUCKS

airplane to the release site to assure speedier release. still Insists he was robbed three times. Right now he's livingIn BONUS PURSETO

League MeetingsThree "The Commission's trapping and relocating program starts Miami. Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves told AP INTERNATIONAL-FORD CHEVROLET

Immediately at the close of the hunting season and concludes writer Joe Relchler he' doubts "If anyone hits .350 again. WINNER OP /i TON 1953 TO Wl. $OQCOO
will bold sort- WRESTLI ROYAL
ball leagues tomorrow and prior to the mating season (for turkeys of course. Deer mate Each team now has more good pitchers than when I came MAKE YOUR CHOICE A7J 0 UP

Friday meeting at the Teen Midway at before or during the hunting season.) up. Alter you get through their starters they come at you with THE 9WRESTLERS

7.34 "In addition to the release of the deer and turkey hundreds those tough reliefers. Take Houston. They had three outstanding AREI TRUCKS TRACTORS

p.m.Tomorrow 7M the of wild hogs have been released in areas where the hurlers in Ken Johnson, Dick Farrell and Bob Bruce. And Juan '
p.m. International $2750.00
58 C0195 . . jj
Commercial League will hold I wild hog is classified as a game animal. that guy in the bullpen (Hal Woodeshlck) Is no slouch either. SEBASTIAN I

an organizational meet I a g. That's the tipoff on what kind of pitching to expect"WUftft1 ........ SellVERDU '60 International V195 . . $3450.00

Friday It will be the Church Commission Sponsors Photo Contest A-1 CONDITION READY TO GO

League and Slowpltch Leap Also from the Came and Fish! Commission comes the ALSO
that meet.
information that a "Florida Wilderness Photo Contest" Is being
Managers planning en tittering R
the Gainesville Garden Club and the Alachua
sponsored by
learns to any of the PRINI1CI : BE SURE AND CHECK WITH US
three" City Parks and Recreation Audubon Society. .
De p a r I ment-sponsored Awards totaling $3,000 will be presented for the best photographs N BEFORE YOU BUYooooooooooooooooooooOooooooooon

leagues should attend the ses illustrating the intangible value of Florida wilderness.

sions. Contest closes April 1. 1984. Complete information is available I '

by contacting the Alachua Audubon Society. 1421 W. 7th Rd.b 1 L T Marco POLO SEE OUR BRAND NEW FARMALL

Grapefruit LeagueS Gainesville. The contest Is open to amateur and professional J.j. '1 Pot O'Hera AND INTERNATIONAL TRACTORSCUB

... photographers and there are senior and Junior divisions.A .
m* TO* daawlataal ,Daren O'Hara CADET 70 AND 100
TUtlO* 0 ajOOULT*
.. _..... S.
..iyiCX".4'oii"ri.. til fishing! report from Max Reed of George's Camp at Ozona
> r I l*.nlH ->
) 0. Maw V.rk (N) .. reads: "Water temperature bu come up so that fishing has BIG 9 MAN JOHN BEAN SPRAYERS

fesss._ \ "xxJiz; v >e ... been very good when weather permits. Some recent catches: MAXIMUM LUXURY I\ starting $2398 WRESTLE ROYAL In = Ba = = ce = = = = u en rHHHBIII:1:

.n"._i 7. Nay vark M) S "Mr. and Mrs."Harold Tlmm. 30 trout, two flounder; Jim AT A MEDIUM PRICE | II Just
,. ._ ..
-t.N;..(s& Jr e.-e..a..w Dunkle and Nick Newman 21 trout two whitings; Bill and Mol 41 S "More. Introductory 'iko" 5 ALL-STAR QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL

Nav Vark TOMOHOW(N) *.. OtTnoiT"at UliiiMaa4 Ken Shumaker five trout to three pounds one flounder six MATCHES

.......... .. Mlawl.VW..1 rock bass; Bob Augustine and family a 13% pound redfish; TRUCK ft TRACTOR INC
BajHIifMM N T,..... W/.ryan'e ..... /t... ,
MaiMM. .-...;.Olllaa** INI M Mraarta.I 0 Jerry Stambaugh, Walter Hill and Jim Hough, 72 trout, five CLAUDE JENI{IN5' "a- 1a IOO ..... ...... 1SCWrestling
a. aiav Varll IA) N a Ouda ai S.. OOa 2335 Dade City Highway
.ew.e.. .... ....-..... N ONM whiting; Don Goode and Carl Stockdale. 18 trout. n
: "We have had a small handy chart of this area printed.If See It at LI.\COIJN.MEnCniV Lakeland' F//..
....._ ...
Cl. M.. ... La.lo o. P III tH
Ua Tkiwataa m) .... .......... at Writ any of your readers would like one they can pick it tip or <$> 941 I. Main Lokelond Flo. Ph. 682-6151 Ph. 6824117fSPORTS
Lhw1111.. if they will send me a stamped, self-addressed envelope I'll
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'''Paducah Hopes Wall Stops FloodLOUISVILLE SINUS SUFFERERS. .

,;:: TRY OUR
'i "" I Ky (AP) -. took 15 lives and affected 110,- and Indiana, the tint step Ini million Other states hard hit SUPER COLD 'CAPSULES
Paducah. vast major city along: 000 penons. federal aid to restore public [Include Pennsylvania Ohio,i
the overflowing Ohio River, Some Houses Evacuated facllitfet Kentucky asked $42 West Virginia, Missouri and IIIlnoli. ., With I lngrdinnTe
RS tt c f I prepared for a crest nearly SmitMand. at the junction of million: Indiana more than $11' I N Iris* StmMch! hit RaHaf Wpl.
des nine feet above flood stage today the Cumberland and Ohio rivers '
I but counted on its wall I to, 20 miles above Paducah, had a Soviets Resume Sales Of Gold I 12 Capsules 98c
>prevent major damage. touchy battle against the flood.
I loods which began a weekago Official hoped the levee auld LONDON (AP) The Soviet Market sources said about FLORIDA PHARMACY

along the river, a 981-mile- hold, but a few homes were Union resumed selling gold in $4.5 million worth of Soviet gold til N. Mm. A...
I long transportation link In the evacuated West Europe again Tuesday was put up for sale mainly In Lakalond, FIs.w .
country' midland, caused $1 00 President Johnson Tuesday apparently to raise cash for Paris but reaching London be-
million or more In damages, authorized $290,000 to Kentucky North American wheat fore the market closed. I
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NIW REFINERY-Th. ,..,-.....,'... Induitrlol. up.u... .1 rit* South** wee .1.... .dd.d Impetus
Hill w..k (* fbi MW '...*.oul. ...,...'" ef th* Standard Oil Company .f Kentucky wee plocadn
M itmni. With s topaclty In spices .> 100,-000 *rrli *f *ll a day, 'II MW raflnary It America's o t
most. modern, and ana .1 Hi* largos in th* w."". Cvrlnf twnry-ali kundrtd ...... It ll ,
fed with cruda ail from the Gull Cnit Holds through tbs world'l lenf..l .,,".rw.t.r ,I.U....

''T'M \WottTd'lJl1JSitJ& i De Gaulle Winning ,

Friends In Mexico


' Haines Man While LBJ BunglesBy

New DirectorOf

JAMES MARLOW approved the announcement, n
Citrus FirmHolly Associated Press News Analyst that he had said he would need The Finest Tire on the American Road
WASHINGTON (AP) Score time to consider It, and that he MARCH
Hill Fruit Products Co., one for French President consulted Johnson.

Inc of Davenport has an,. Charles de Gaulle. Big Charley At any rate-this was Sunday MILLER PREMIUM IMPERIAL
pounced the election of L. B, In his uniform and military cap, nlght-a few hours after the an-
Angel of Haines City to I Its I did all right without laying a nouncement Republican senators '
board of directors. Angel wa I glove on President Johnson. denounced It. They didn't SPECIALS
elected during a meeting at: In his first Jostle with ,Johnson think the administration should a .pain./4h wtdw oou,a.__' Ioroo ttnd"'.,sews...N e...nidwnly Ywr ear.nl.re 001.055 than Me

Davenport on Thursday. the Frenchman came agree to "negotiate" on the i e Ivarythln I _Iorl.t MUM want In a flna ...lib Premium Tire.
Angel is the owner and open' rough smelling like a rose, treaty. They said It looked like e MM! rMM Mian s.rd tlvM the Millar ImiMrlal,: PrMttlum mar kruto
... .
of the Polk County Fertilizer I Sirs Impart raaittanea than Mr wiH avar MM*
ator even though they were miles surrender,
Co of Haines City anda e aliml.. _r. ._* virtM4ln .** ton kith MMtf ....1... -*
apart In their encounter, while A few hours after the Republicans -
director of the State Bank of the American President put theLatin said what they had on 1 OUR MARCH SPECIAL SALE PRICES

Haines City. : Americans In a tizzy, 'their minds, a so-called "highU.S. l Brake
The two men had a short talkhere source" made a joke of / 1j SIZE TUBELESS TU5ELESS

Two Lakeland last November after Present ,- the OAS announcement by saying J I _!LACK I WW
John F. Kennedy's funeral there had been no agree- 7.S0x14 or 6.70x15 27.48 3ti2 Adjustment
Laundry Firms It wasn't a formal talk. Thatwas ment. 2 748

supposed to come thisyear. The next day, Monday, John.son 8.00x14 or 7.10115 29.56 34.44
Are HonoredSouth But then there was some went to the OAS to makes
confusion about It. speech He had It all pre. g.ck, 8.50114 or 7.60115 30.80 36.56 99cEZ

Side Cleaners and Laundcrers -: No Meeting Held pared In writing It turned out TERMS ON 9.00/9.20.t4 or -r-9
901 South Florida Avenue :1 not to be a very good speech AU NEW TIRES 1.20.1' -
Lakeland, has been accepte1 : Were they supposed to meethero It was hardly more than a collection -
for membership In the Na or where? Johnson want- of friendly and pious
ed It here. Gaulle wanted
De It
lional Institute of Drycleaning, atements ALL
according to an announcement on an Island In the Caribbean.So Even so, If this had been all, THAN NEW-CAR TIRES
from the Institute confirmed by there was no meeting. while It might have disappointed PassengerTire
Larry I. Horn of South Side I But then the Frenchman IrrItated the ambassadors It wouldn'thave Flats

Cleaners and Launderers.The the American government been enough to astonish
National Institute of Dry. by recognizing Red China and them. Johnson proceeded to ..stonish MILLER IMPERIAL RepairedVheel
of It decided to visit MexIco '
on top -
Is a trade association
cleaning them by injecting something -
representing more than 8,500 as part of his plan for get.ting that wasn't In the prepared : H.at h..t.d spies' censtrsction .
drycleaning plants throughoutthe good will and probably speech 1 Dura-mila er..d campavnd -Adit 25% mate ".u.l. frt d
United States and In 42 foreign business for France In Latin He made official what the 1 driving mllwg.C .
merles. Advance freed designOUR
countries. _
"high source" had said the
Johnson to make lI
arranged a night before. He said there had MARCH SPECIAL SALE PRICES
C. B. Myers Jr., president of major speech to Latin-American been no meeting of the minds
Polly Prim's, Lakeland launder ambassadors at the Organization -
with Panama.
ers and drycleaners, has received of American States on the I 3 7 TUII.TY.I rullLlSS
a plaque and certificate 01 f I very day, Monday that De
achievement from the Amerlcar I Gaulle landed In Mexico, tint Dutchman Will i 17 : iS 21.23 2i.19 ,
Institute of Laundering commending form and all. i 25.69t.kT
him for "outstandin If it went right Johnson I Relive Life Of 'O.IS 7.60115 22.95 25.69 Alignment

contribution to the laundry Industry g would get as much frontpageplay ,,. -
." In Latin America as De Robinson Crusoe 11..11 7.50114 21.34 Special

Gaulle since Ms talk was on 8.00x14: -=::- 2i.19
how the United States and its AMSTERDAM NetherlandsAP Plus Tax 995
'IMC To Ship southern neighbors could pull ( ) A former Dutch com- r"a old Tire I ::5 ill-==- 25.i9

together better But It didn't go mando sergeant will leave here E-Z TERM ON ILL NEW TIRES
First PhosphateTo all right. Thursday to re-create for six

CaliforniaBARTOW Ambassadors Shocked months on an uninhabited &&
Caribbean isle the life of the NATION.WIDE
I While De Gaulle did all thenice
Inauguration of things In Mexico, Johnson fictional Robinson Crusoe. I MONEY lACK MILLER COMMODORE r.0504
Anton Van de Water 23, will, '.S2St r
dldn't do them here, or at least
regular shipments of phosphateto make his attempt under the' LIFETIME
California, a "first" in the the ambassadors didn't think ao.One .
sponsorship of the Dutch GUARANTEE
history of the pioneer Florida reporter, who knows the De newapaper -I I ALL SIZES ON SALE
mining Industry, Is scheduled at ambassadors, said they were Telegraaf. all ro M,11., TI_ a 95 I.
The said De .
paper opt nr.ew Front
Boca Grande today. shocked and astonished at Johnson's I or .h. lr. M lh. =
Water will fly to Caracas, Vene- ...,n,. .a..0ln TUBELESS
The S. S. Rice Queen speech. v1 ,. !I'' 8 WHEELSPACKED
operated ends, then on to the Island of pine ma ea.
by Bulk Food Carriers, This Is how It happened. For :::nMTa nee h. SIZE BLACK WHITE
Ayes de Sotavento, or Biro Is-I .w..et r.MIr..N 5
Inc., San Francisco will load weeks a special OAS committeehad ..n."r... 6.70s15 I
14,000 tons at the Seaboard Air been trying to get Panama land, 190 miles away. Tub.. 7.50x 14 12,95 15.95
"I want to know if I
really ;
you II.ck _
Line Railroad's phosphate docks and the United States to settle
here for discharge at Stockton their dispute over the Panama get crazy "in complete solitude Ail Preis Plus Tax 8.00x14 17.95 19.95 )c
and rest, Telegraaf quoted
Calif. Shipment is being made Canal Zone. him as saying and Old Tire 99
by International Minerals & After the riots at the zone last .
De Water will take 24 chick-
Chemical Corporation for Best January, Panama severed dip. a
ens and two dogs to the Island 1
Fertilizers a California ferttlt- omatic relations with this country 1a
which has an average temperature RECAPS _
zer manufacturer. Transoceanic Panama demanded a revile -
of 104 fahrenheit While
Freighting Services, Tampa, sion of the 1903 treaty which
there, he will radio of
the vessel's agent. says the United States can control reports Passenger
IMC and SAL officials are expected -. the zone and the canal In- his Holland experiences to Caracas and SIZES6.70x15.7.50x14. Tires '1,1,
to visit the port to observe ,definitely.
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the loading of the Inaugural The night before the Johnson EASTER 8.00x14 . . $8.95 Rotated
shipment. speech the OAS announced thetwo 695
A converted tanker the Rice sides had agreed to lit SPECMll I All Recaps Exchange Pint Tax

Queen has .unloading equip. down and discuss the negotiatetheir $15 Rmllitk E-Z Terms On All Recipe
ment designed to speed up discharge differences. Permanent 9 9
of the cargo I Latin-American diplomats said
General Manager Floyd B. before the OAS committee released -
Bowen of IMC's Florida phosphate Its announcement It had $950 1 GUARANTEED MUFFLERS
operations said freight sought and got the approval of
rates to California ports have Thomas Mann assistant ..eer.tary _
previously been unfavorable, of state for InterAmericanaffairs. Joy-Est

but Queen conversion for special of cargo the Rice has U.S..officials now tell another Jslon T.I. MU.f 1-mi a..f, SHOCK ABSORBERS bl//1KlE8lATlDI/AJPARlS ClIP/. Shock Syr

made regular shipments feas story: that there had been no
ble. The vessel is on its firs agreement that Mann hadn't Gr* Park Shopping Center One price for oil Absorber

run from Stockton to San Juan,! automobiles during AilQAd3t.n.trattlen A* eicluslve Inner ,
Puerto Rico with a cargo 01 995 lees p. International Inspection
rice and will carry phosphate BAS our March Sole Parts Corp. mufflers quiet as a
on the return trip. Transit and AS1ER c whisper slltnee that la sealsd ,
loading time will permit the ves' mi INSTALLATION In tight car for as long as you ownyour FREE ti

sal to make about eight round for the //ftddis \

trips a year, Bowen said. I r (AtuibL E, Continuous elsctrU
"Boca Grande has been an c'Iy..d.d..ama.h.avl.gaug.' NtikktNrNh -*
Important phosphate port sine .898 E-Z TERMS ..tail., double-wrapped conitruc- assnINTraN.s..u ',o-
1' the turn of the century The uA1 f tlon,all-wldd Internal bafllts,.. .,..,,,.. M r lwy r 001
capacity there for of plus SILIKOTE'an exclusive rust- ;' Wheel X14'.
resistant finish. .... .r ...w .rci
rock awaiting arrival of ship x

Is especially Important Bowen i1DQafWM..ha WAYS TO CHARGE so_ t-t o Addad security, mile Lpe'M" R Alignment 4ti i

\ observed I after mile) Electrically welded 5

Wa.hl....... [..air.bass 3 1. Oer ewe E.Z Terms aamscreateasingls.enllmuHW Checked ti

'Mystery i /.. sad Cesdtm, 2. Florida Natieaal lank Chares Pie* that's proof. No leak-proof danger ol and carbon blow-out mon 9 5

Shopper1 Contest BAKED tr SMOKED 3. Peepln Bank Charee Plan oild gas seeping Into carl FREE

ends Friday 'fy" NEW TIRES. RECAPS.ON WHEEL FreeInstallation 9 'Of Mart L

The Downtown Merchant Association 111 AMS ALIGNMENT BRAKE SERVICE ClMvrolats here

of Lakeland Is currently MUFFLERS & TAIL PIPES

sponsoring a "Downtown COME IN AND SHOCK, ABSORBERS E-Z TERMS on Mufflers & Toil Pipe.RUTHVEN.
Mystery Shopper" promotion tJ- SAMPLE
.. : ;fRlrolle
contest. In which the winner "' You
will receive a free trip to Na '
sass for two, plus a $230 ward, Count' Cheese Center

robe and other gifts I' & BLACK
The nuked "Mystery Shop
per1' Is appearing daily In patlclpatlnf .: q Ucolly Owned end Operated
downtown stores mos
of which are open until I p.m"1' LAKELAND MU 2.1001 -' ly Joe Ruthven fir Eugene Slack
handing out entry tickets to OPEN DAILY ClOSID
shoppers. She will continue to 9 TILL a SUNDAYS
606 E.
do so through Friday"TIle Memorial Blvd. MU 2-2181

drawing for the winning GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER
ticket will be held Saturday ate 620 S.
Florida Ave.
U S. *$ Swrii MU 2-0651
p.m. in Munn Park.



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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday March 18. IH4 17
Only 9 Of 62 ---

Polls CandidatesAre


By RONNIE STUART P (Pat) Gordon of Lakeland, u

Ledger Staff Writer Clifton Howell of Bartow NEW YORK in The stock General Electric dipped % to, 500; Allied Chemical, at 36% on

candidates Mn unopposed Hamp Rogers of Winter Ha- market was Irregular In moderately 89% on' 2,800 shares. 2,700; and Sean, Roebuck, at
two Republicans ven and Roy G. of
Riley WIn-
active trading at the 1071% on 1,700.
Opening blocks of
two women and 25 Incumbents ter Haven (Republican). open- on 2,000
all art part of the near record Ing today. hares each American Motors Corp. opened on 4,000
Judge incumbent
shares, off % at 37%. Also on
62 candidate who are quali- Richard A. Bronson of Lake Changes of most key stocks rose % to 17%; Studebaker 4,000 shares, International Tele

fied to seek a county office iiithe land ,were small. gained % at 7%; and StandardOil phone gained /i at S6'4.

November election. Criminal Court Judge Incumbent Opening blocks Included (New Jersey) eased ft to Eastern Air Lines rose % to
The two-weekqualifying period Roy H. Amidon of American Airlines up % at .44. % 84 J4. 36 on 1,800 shares. U.S. Steel
ended at noon yesterday Lakeland. on 4,800 shares; American Telephone Among Issues trading un added % at 58% on 3,500 shares.
without the anticipated last- County Solicitor Incum- off % at 140 on 4.000;I changed were: General Motorsat Yesterday the Associated
minute qualifiers. Actually, bent Gordon MacCalla of and Chrysler up H at 46% on 83% on 2,300 shares; Penn. Press average of 60 stocks roseS

only two persons qualified Haines City.Circuit 3,500. sylvania Railroad at 32% on 1You'IrF ,- to 302.2, a new high.
Court Clerk Paul
q' The last two persons to Vaughn of Winter Haven W, BLUE
..; qualify were W. W. (Bill) Readof Clark Stone and Earnest D.
.,, Lakeland, seeking to defeat Bud
( ,. Superintendent of Public ( .) Dixon, both of Lakeland -

Instruction Shelley S. Boone J'
." i -\<.A and Supervisor of Registration or6d' jtibRNiNG' a as
George R. Burt of Lake Incumbent Blanche Workof ON ,
land, who joins Incumbent Lakeland, H. L (Shorty) fdEN! I MR.BARTl.ET!! roLLS V'e oRE
TWICI THI GOAL-OffW.li' .f hi Flrrt S.... tank .. Uktl.iiHir.yh eke .w .f .,.c''. Floyd Woods and two others Palmer of Lakeland J. E. I
,.""..1., ihtw UK .....1.. ., Hi* United Fund Drive .t the ""k. Th. multi .f the drive I, she seeking the District 1 County (Ed) Holly of Bartow and t

hawk wan aotikl. the (M! if|..... kr UiiltoJ F..4 fflcl.li.. Hclurai CM, |loft to rlhr. t. 0. M*. Commission post. James Mciver of Winter Haven O

I KM<||>, ,f.iU* t, .. A. Anti .Mlrt..t c..kl..r, ..4 M... J.mn L. Udford, _....". 2 Republicans File (Republican). t tfrI tn

Republican officials had Indicated Tax Assessor Incumbent

Lakeland Man Held their party would James L, Roden of Bartow I j
In 19 Acts
quality candidates for several Ralph J. Rossi of Lake.land.
of the 28 county offices at --- -
/Probe 01 Morals Charges Signed For stake In the upcoming election Tax Collector Hobson 1.. far.KwJThe
However only two, Roy Strain Stark F Gin n Jr..

A 25-year-old Lakeland man ful of whom they let enter G. Riley and James McIver, George K. Miller and Charles t ne STOCKS B
was being held by Lakeland their home Talent ShowNineteen both of Winter Haven, met the 1., Cooper all of Lakeland,
Harden said that housewiveshad qualifying deadline, and they and J. B. Thornhill Jr. of Win
police on Investigation of e N
both ter Haven Daily Investor
seen the man and after qualified Monday. B
acts from nine Polk
morals charges stemming from Criminal Court Clerk Incumbent
McIver Is -
reading the article, called the seeking the Supervisor .
his alleged activities as a shoe County towns have been signed of Robert J, Haslett of
police department. One woman Registration posi ; By WILLIAM A. DOYLE the obvious advantage have
salesman in the Lakeland area.Capt. took the man's license plate up for the seventh annual Klwania tion, and Riley it running for Bartow and John Brown of 1 tt.sAMERICAN I Q. I have money deducted In being able to buy you stock Inthe

> Grant M. Harden, head number and phoned the in- Talent Show scheduled sheriff. Lakeland. from my salary each week toward company for which you
of the police department's formation to the department. Friday night, April 3. at Nora All nine of the candidates Hunt Not Opposed STOCKEXCHANGE the purchase of stock of work-at what amounts to anice
detective division, Identifiedthe Several witnesses have identified without opposition are incumbents Superintendent of Public Instruction
Mayo Hall In Winter Haven the very big company for which "discount" price.

man man of as 717 James Lake O'Neal Holllngs-Ahl- had seen the selling man ..shoes.the one One they of Four of the acts participatedIn Richard. They A. Bronson are County, Criminal Judge Boone of-Winter Incumbent Haven ShelleyS. and Am Electric ........"... 1% I work. The price employeswill This column always urgesaders

worth Drive. two women the man allegedly last year's show.' They are Court Judge Roy H. Amldon William Read of Lakeland. lames Eng "......."... 24 pay will be 85 per cent of, who have the opportunity

I Ahlman was taken Into custody attempted to assault Monday, Marlene and Marleta Borden County Solicitor Gordon Mac- County Commission, District Dorsey Corp ."""..". 6% the market value either en June to participate In good em-
30, 1961, or June 30 1M4 ploye stock purchase
last night by Detective positively Identified Ahlman asher vocal duet from Mulberry; the Calls, Juvenile Court Judge G. 1 Incumbent Floyd Woods Falcon Sea Dr .......".. 11% whichever Is lower.I take advantage of that plans to
H L. Brown, who was assisted alleged attacker. Harden Bowdon Hunt District 2 of Medulla, Francis I.. Pipkin, oppor
by Sheriffs Deputies Hank said, and signed a warrant laFontaine Trio (Ann, Susan School Board Member Ralph J.H. (Bill) Kegley and George Gulf Am "."""."..... IGulf V4 also own 215 shares of a tunity

Krowl and Leo Costine. for his arrest. and David) vocal trio from Durrance, County Surveyor R Burt, all of Lakeland. Sulphur ...".".".. 6% mutual fund and I am reinvesting -, -.-

Number Noted Other witnesses were to Kathleen; Patricia Plnson, William A. Read Jr. and Peace County Commission District trailer ..."....."".... 9 the dividends paid on those Q. Brokers I have talked with
have been called in today to acrobatic dancer from Bir- Justices Henry Mitchell (District J-Incumbent 1 L.lM(Les)? Dun- Lucky Friday."."..... 31% hares. I would like to put more frown on buying stocks such as
HI. 'arrest came, Harden make identification on the tow; and the Teen Tones 2), Frank C. Stanley (District son and James ; both money Into the mutual fund Syntax, because It Is selling at
Stephan Co. ............ 8%
said result of 50 to 75 tunes earnings. But
of Winter I
as a an article man. The sheriff department 3) and Thomas Langston Haven. But It Is financially Impossible
appearing In yesterday's edition said that several cases might vocal sextet from Bartow. (District (). County Commission, District Syntex .""..""""".. 88% for me to do that and continueto 'say It Is smart to Invest In a

of the Ledger which also be made outside Lake The Teen Tone. Include 5 Incumbent Aldine Corn- Tampa Elec "........... 26 put money Into the employe growing company such as this,

warned housewives to be care land's city limits. Rheta Lanehart Lynn Duke, Two Women Opposed bee, Bob C. Jones and JosephF. Textron Inc "".,.,."... 4% stock purchase plan.I a company where the earningsand
Theresa Blankner, Dolly Pettit, The names of the unopposed Sedmera, all of Lakeland. am considering dropping the dividends will eventually
candidates will not Board of Public Instruction, OVER-THE-COUNTER balance with the price I pay for
appear on '
Elaine Puckett and Chrysti mploye stock i purchase
{Thieves ,
Take 'Narcotics MUTUAL FUNDS
the ballot until the second of District 1 incumbent Dora What la opinion of the stock. What In the world
Saunders. your
the Affiliated Fund my la with that
two Democratic primaries; Cox Phillips and Seth McKeel """. 862 Idea wrong
From Two PharmaciesLakeland Other young people seeking and the Republicans and Democrats both of Lakeland. Allco "."".".......... TAm / I A. If things work out the way
A. In
top honors In the show sponsored will not tangle until Board of Public Instruction Express .."......... 40% be the wrong my opinion move. ,This It would opinIon you plan (hope might be a better -
the November District :Incumbent Ralph word) there's nothing wrong.
\ -F. police and sheriffs At Donatelli'sj Pharmacy Kiwanis by Winter Haven The two women, Mrs Dora Durrance of Fort Meade. Auto Merch ."........". 1% could turn out to be dead But that's a mighty big "IF"

j deputies this morning were deputies laid the burglar took youth In developing Club to encourage their talent Cox Phillips and Mrs Blanche Board of Public Instruction, Chase Man Bank ..."". 70% rong-it the market price of And, believe me Syntex must

Investigating two break-Ins at an undetermined amount of Includes: work" are Incumbents, but District 4 Incumbent Austin Fidelity Fund ..."....... 17.46 the stock of the company. for be considered "iffy."

Lakeland drug stores In which narcotics from a cabinet and Haines City Mary Jim both may have trouble gaining T. Race Jr. of Winter Haven Fla. Gas ".".....".". 10% which takes you nosedive works' I You're operating on the all-
an undetermined amount of Wilson Pam Klplla and Susan re-election. and R. L. Brumbaugh of Lake Fla. Pub. UtU .""...... 24% and if a 1 I out growth notion of paying any
undetermined number of the market ,
i was taken. an Hasklnt, vocal trio; and Rene Mrs. Phillips la opposed by Alfred. Fla. Steel.."..."..".. 10 of the price (no matter how high) fort
The break ins took place watches from a display case DlCrlstina and Wayne Shuff. Seth McKeel veteran school County Surveyor incum- Fla. Tel. """........... 14V5, fund price shares ,''f,t a stock on the theory that
.at the Crystal Lake Pharmacy folk song duet. board trustee. bent William R. Read Jr, of Fla. Tile "............... 11 rockets. sky ,& r. f earnings and dividends will Increase
1811 South Crystal Lake Meade Mr* Work, who wu ap ".B.rtow.x, / Founders Life ......"".. 8j I look 'if" I thereby .Justifying the
:1 But let's
Drive, and at Felix Donatelll's Mobile Voter From Ft. pointed to fill the unexplred Justice of Peace, District 1 Gulf Life ."..,....".".. 58 ; price you pay.
East Side Drug Pharmacy at Fort Meade-Susan Marsh, term of retiring Supervisor of (Mulberry-Incumbent George Incorp Invest ,...."....,. ,7.51' at this and objectively In Wall Street this is known
the corner of East U. S. Highway Unit Will Visit pianist; and Becky Roberts, Registration Hugh E. Carlton T. Harped and Virgil L. Worn Inter County Tel Tel ,. S4'!/3, .math- I _j "discounting the future. But
12 and the Combee Road vocalist. Is opposed by H. L. (Shorty) ble.Constable Jackson Min Mart ...". _645 emstic.lly.Every if you pay too high a price, you
TomorrowThe Winter Haven Pat Palmer and I, E. Ed District. 1 Al H. U cents be
Police detective J. R. Car City McHaU ( ) Holly. Lewis Bus Forms ....... ITr have d. may trying to discount the
ter who investigated the break folk vocalist; Barbara Adams, Three Leaving PMS Young, Marvin Howard and Nationwide ..."...""... J5-i! I' ducted YOu from hereafter.
county's mobile voter organist; and Verna Blackburn Lonnie McClelland. A. H. Robins ."......... 4O/ DOYLE Face fact Syntex hat been
in at the Crystal Lake Pharmacy registration unit will be at the gospel singer.KathleenHarry Of the 28 county offices at Justice of Peace, District 2 Taylor Inst ... 48 'your salary a wild speculation real dice-
said about S250 worthof stake, Circuit Clerk D. H, """" buy. you at least II worth <)f
Rose Street Kwltc-Chek supermarket Miller Jr., (Fl'OIItproot-lncumbent Henry TV. Elec Fund .... ". roller's situation. Its earnings
narcotic in pills and capsule until Sloan Jr., Tax Collector Ray Mitchell. "" company stock. Because of th,e have sharply! In
from 19>> am. accordionist Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21 gone up a
form was taken. noon tomorrow, and at the Lakeland Jimmy lanier, Clements and District I Con- Constable, District :2-Incumbent Travelers .......... 53 price arrangement you ma Y relatively short period of time.
Witches Take. South Florida Avenue Kwik- dancer; Vincent Simmons, Jr., stable Gene Giles are not Harry E. Godwin and P. United Ilium"""". ... 3B 20))very well get a good deal mor,a That attracted a lot of Interest
than SI worth of stock for
Chek from 2:30 until 9pm. folk string player; and Mike seeking reelection.The B. Hendrick. Universal Foods ..,....., .33 even 1f to the stock and sent Its market
He said the thief or thieves The unit la being placed In Haseman, Gilbert Potter and offices of Sloan and Justice of Peace, District 3 :85 cents-depending upon thi I price way, way up-all the
entered the building sometime various locations throughoutthe Mike Skillman trumpet trio. Clements are being sought by (Bartow) incumbent FrankC. NEW YORK market price of the stock, aa o way to 119090 a share a few
last night by prying open a city as a convenience to Auburndale- Randy Green, their No. One assistants, Paul Stanley. STOCK EXCHANGE June 30.Now months ago. As this column
| front glass door and an inner voters who must register because vocalist; and the Freshman Vaughn and Hobson Strain Constable, District 3-Incumbent I Latest H a.m. with most mutual fundi I goes through the typewriter, it
[ wooden door. of the county commix Five-Dan Yaw, Tom Spivey. respectively. Both have plentyof Ed Williams, Roscoe Close Price there Is a commission charge 1 has dropped to around 'RO.I .
The culprit took the narcotics sion's action In repreclnctlng Bert James, Ronnie Miller opposition. Thornhill and Tobe Acree. (usually 8% per cent of the I Syntex earnings for the 12
and the drawer that con- Polk County. and Pat McCarty, singing folk Vaughn's opposition Is In Justice of Peace, District Air Reduction 58 57% amount Invested) taken out each I months ended Jan. 31 (the latest
tained them, and also took Persons who do not reregister music. the form of W, Clark Stone (Auburndale)-Incumbent Walter I Alden 29% NS time you buy. So, every 8 5' available reporting period)
[five watches, two men's billfolds will not be permitted to Lake Wales-Carolyn WellIng and Earnest D. (Bud) Dixon, Bell and Eloy (Del) Del- Allegheny Ludlum 42'421' % cent. you Invest In a mutual were '1.69 a share. That's
[ one portable radio and vote In the May primary elec. and Cathy Cain, each and Strain Is opposed by StarkF. cado. Allied Chem 56% 56% fund buys you only about 78cents' higher than In the previous 12

z one portable television set. tion. singing_vocal_solos'_ __ Ginn Jr., George K. Miller Constable. District 4-Incumbent Allied Stores 60'NS' : I (77775 cents, to be exact months. But the earnings Increase
Charles L. Cooper and former Leon Thornton and Clar- Am Bosch 4'/4 14'4' ) worth of fund shares. recently has not been
Commissioner Am Cyanamid 63% 63%
County J. B. ence Duncan. Mutual fund shares have beenand rapid enough to satisfy speculators
Thornhill Jr. Justice/ of Peace, District S Am Home Prd 63% 63%
should continue to be good or to justify paying re
The five candidates for tax Am Hospital 24% 24%
(Lakeland-Incumbent Thomas scent
ECONO-CAR RENTAL SYSTEM vestments. But should ice sky-high prices.
collector place that office In Langston Am Mach Frdy 17% 1714
front as the most soughtafteroffice. Constable District 5-Incumbent Am Metal Prd 19 NS
Five persons, including Morris Combee William Am Motor 17 17'Ri / Latest Ham. Latest lb a.m.

DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE the one Republican, also are Kitchens A. A. Ready. Am A Dev-- 23% NS Close Price Close Price

; seeking the sheriffs post. Candidate. for state office. Am Seating 36\4'\ 361,.}1 Gen Tire 253 25% Piper Air 46y' NS
Both Sloan who Is Am Tobacco 30'% 30'A
e In Polk County art '
Pit Plate Glass 65
Gillette 35'/e 35% 65'4
after 28 years as circuit clerk, State Attorney Glen Dartyof Am Tel & Tel 140\4'\ 1401',.}:
RtprttMtotlvti el Amsrlcrt fenrtb Lsrtit Lute Rental System Is and Carlton who was registrar Lake Wales and Edward Ampex 3514 153 1 W. R. Grace b134 51% Proctor Gamble 86% 8536

New I I. Uhlan tt Meet with AppllcintilTMi for 31 years before retiring Flood of Bartow. Aria Pub Ser 34'34 Great A P Tea 35 35 Pub Srv Elec I: Gas 76% 76%

In January, said they Public Defender Lee Roy Armco Steel 73'NS Greyhound 52153 I Pure Oil .44. % 44

ft .... could not recall a higher number Horton of Lake Wales. Atcha Top 28% 28% Grumman 42'4 421A' Raybestos Man 45% 46Va
Is e ml, .p,.ftviifT! for wwit. to pi to es tho Olsen a suwtfc 111II..11" IBM 583I5841%
of candidates being qualified State Senator Ben Hill AU Renn 53% 64
with e ,_""' Mal Is tnm liif kt bmlmti ky 13% MOIIthIr.Here's just for the county offices. Griffin of Frostproof, Charles Auto Can l4I4 14%. lot Harvester 67'/s 88%1 Rep Steel 45 45'A

Number Noted Curtis and Qullllan S. Yancey Avco 23% 23%. CMln 9'9''/ R. J, Reynolds 40% 40'Vs
Higher both of Lakeland. Beneficial 58'Ve NS lot Chem 86368% Reynolds Met 39% 39'Vs
a What ECONO-CAR Has To Offer: However, Mrs. Work reported State Representative, GroupI Beth Steel 36r. 37 Int Paper 31'% 31% Rhod Sel Trust 6'Ve 83/

In 1938, there wert 38 candidates Kingswood Sprott III of Blaw-Knox 26% 26'Ve Int Tel Tel 56 56IA R. C. Cola 52% 64
for county-wide offices of Jones "Laughlin 74175 Safeway Stores 591 59
Lake Wales, Wallace Storey Baril-Warner 47s46
j LOWEST DAILY RENTAL and 39 for district county Bartow and David Higgin- Brunswick 10% 10% Kelley Hayes 38% 38% Scott Paper 37 37%
ice' NIItoI offices. This year's total, 13 Kimberly Clark 83'\) 64KerrMcGee Seaboard Air R 49 48'Ve
.I .tl wW. ByItotII, Mid i? 99 botham of Frostproof. Burlington 47147%
" Mdsdn f... ..11...", .... sale .bwnMe, m.iM.-. $ less than the 1936 total, breaks State Representative, Group Burroughs 24% NS 35s 3614Korvette Sears 107'107'/
Maee.PR down into 42 for county-wide II incumbent Ray Mattox Cat Tractor 58'Ve 18'/ 31% 32% Shattuck 15% U%
offices and 20 for district offices both Lear-Slealer NS 14 Sinclair Oil 45Ve 46'/
and Q. Qulttman Quinn Celanese 651851/
THE GREAT CHRYSLER LINE jj9 HH.-;;.. ::.".' peace justices and con of Winter Haven, and Jack L. Chemetron 27 NS Ltggette Myers 75% 75% Socony 7017014

: pint .dsmskihs taclribif VcltoiiH, nyinmriw, sane-. .: .lie stables.In Turner and Marvin Vernon Chew Ohio 89% NS Litton Inds 86'Ve 87 S. C. Elec "Cial 57% 57'/'
' Do4eM, ChryslersUNIQUE addition to the 28 coun- (Republican), both of Auburn- Chrysler 46% 47 Lone Star Gas 22'22' Southern 54'M'1 P
ty offices, Polk Countlans will dale. 26 26 Loral Elec 7'7% Sperry Rand 18 18y'
Elea %
Cin Gas
ECONO-CAR FINANCE PLAN be faced with the task of fillIng State Representative, Group Cltlea Ser 65% 88 P. Lorrlllard 44'M. % Spiegel 311311/

r Ow .Mi;..f >4 m elves. Hi. Mbr. .H Hi* ctrt fc* _* wlrtwtrt <...... ,roll"... six state offices from the III Incumbent Lawton M. Coca Cola 124% 124 Madison Fd 19'191' ,4M.an.vox Sid Std Oil Oil Cal Ind. 82 60Va% 621/80-1!
Also several statewide 411 41%
county. Chiles and Dr. James R. West Pal 43 42%
t UNBEATABLE INSURANCE PROTECTION races will be on the ballot (Republican), both of Lakeland -Collins Colgate R.d 191A 19'A Marquardt 1\1"\' NS ,Sid Oil N. J. 84'84%
Martin Marietta 18'Ve 18% Sunray on 30% 30%
TkraogH Mr _....., Nest c*vans. ....troct each ...... (..< kb .., sad .cwtwMn I.tM.r.d .. Candidates for the county Columbia Gas 27% 27'/ McCrory 12'12'' / Tenn G. Trans 20% 20%
._,...." It Nm ........1.... ee _II. and state offices will participate Com Credit 39139% McKesson 45I45% Texaco 74'74'/
Of Forms Con Edison 84r. 84% Merck 118 Texas Gulf Sui 23% 233/
In two primaries, on May Filing 1181/
PROGRAM Con Foods 47% NI!
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING I and again on May 26. In I Minn. Hnwl 126'A. 126'AMMM Tidewater 39'4 39'Ve

,. I I Doc.... hen every herd .1 Hi. ....1_ Ira's skilled ... ..,..10..... mcrk.Nag' sad order to escape the second On Intangible Consumer Pwr .45'Ve. 45.44. %. 87% 87% Tractor Sup 19% NS
Coot Can 443 %
.....icttotiY. (_IItiY... Sup If slip f.14011I. ..< e.uasel ...... dialer. 'wee- primary, a candidate must Monta Ward 36% 36% Union Bag NS 38%
collect more than half the Property UrgedBARTOW Coot Oil 65% 651/ Nat Biscuit 6O'Ve 81 Union 011 78 78
NATIONAL ADVERTISING votes cut for his particular Ctrl Data 76% 77 Nat Can 16% 1814 Union Pac 37'/ 401Union /
In the first Tax Assessor Com Prds 88188'% Nat Dairy 87 NS Tank 37%
11 1 in Uff, TIMe, mwoli.. Holiday, PIt,..", CwM>.lltM.nvisfmenf office primary. Crown Cork 291NS United Fin
Otherwise, the top two vote.getters James L. Roden today urged Nat Fuel 32'Ve 32%
Into Polk Intangible taxpayers Curtlta-Wrlght 18% 19 Nat 48148 United Fruit 22123'I
in race ;will go County's Gypaen %
1\\ / Varies/ Depending Upon Aria Involved the second primary to deter- to file the forms Den Rio R R 20% 20% Nat Tea 35I15% U.S. Indt. 9% 914

'I" mine the Democratic nomi showing their Intangible prop : Soto Chem m 22 NI.-Mohawk 50% 501Okla % U.S. Rubber 52% 52Va
APPOINTMENT CALL nee. Those candidates with erty as lOOn as possible. Pepper 53% Gas Ie Elec 28% NS U.S. Steel 57% 5836
FOR AN IMMEDIATE Republican opposition will Roden pointed out that Dreaser Inds 28128% Outboard Marine 17y' 17% UpJohn 58'58%

' then defend their right to the Florida law requires residents DuPont 260'280''% Pac Gas Ie Elec 3W. 32 Vendo 17% 17%
u' I. SHAYNE office In November. who own Intangible securities Eastman KodaC 130 130'A Pan Am Sulphur 27 2714 W.mer-Lambert 28% 26%
such as stocks, Gamble Skamo 351NS Parke Davit 32 32% W. Air Brake 3413414
Candidates Listed
Lakeland Travelodge-244 N. Florida Ave. bonds, corporate shares etc., Ga Pac 84% 5914 Penney J. C. 50 50% Westinghouse 38'Ve 37
: All new terms will begin to file intangible tax returns Gen Elec 90I90 Pepsi Cola 49% NS Wlnn Dixie 30330%
last 1. 1961.Candidates. before April 1. Gen Foods 90190% Pfizer 49148% Woolworth 75% 75
MU 2-1191 for the county Roden said a 10 per cent Gen Inst 12% 13 IPhl'a' Elec 3314 333,4PiIIlp Xerox ST88I, p
offices are: penalty will be assessed to Con Motors 833/4 8334 Morris 74% 74% Zenith Rad 8418414
Fricative Office 520 WntfleM 4**.. Illiebsth, N. J.I Sheriff Incumbent Mon- those persons not complying Gen Tel Elec 33 33'4 Phillips Pet 481NS Occidental Pet 25'4ZS:: i

!t roe Brannen of Lakeland, H. with the law. Gen Time 11;. 11 'Phelps Dodge 181 8835P Jim Walter a31UT 3 %

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday Mirek II. 1N4_

Director John Ford OH, OH---


Appears In PublicBy : r

BOB THOMAS sigh with relief. Ford seldom I
AP Movb-Ttlnbtoa Writer showed up to collect his own
HOLLYWOOD (AP) John I Oscars "The Informer," 1935: (
Ford who has made more, "Grape of Wrath," 1MO.; "How I
movie classic thin any other Green Wa My Valley"' 1M1.'

director made one of his rare I "The Quiet Man," 1952.

public appearance this week Seemed Delighted yf .
and received the homage that
It due to htm Ford seemed delighted with I / MENpc wawnfsi--TItfRE VEa o6I4osT ',tx( MWO7W0'I JtI1cLstxK WT Dist PRUMAND CNB
all the watched with s ARE 0.0' ONES AMONG >esi Mid WAucb, arant o AIrMAAOW TRUNMEU5URVJVCDrSee--
He showed up at UCA for a attention I THE MARKS OF TJMPCNNIamto.BJtniii.fc / /
program In the extension dlvl Interest clips from film like / 4 t7P TlMPENNI, EN5L4 W
lion series of tribute to "The Informer"-not one of hill rre
American director He turned favorite*-"They Were I K ;
out to be warm human and able" and "My Darlln | '
lovable In contrast to his repu entine" Expend-I flrtbtl

tatlon at an Irascible bear Only at his +dwewdlT, .lfAr! N ..iL
His arrival caused universityand h* seem his peppery
Directors Guild officials to described ss having been everything
: in the film industry In

{eluding actor, he shouted, ? d
"II 11
GROVI PARK deny It." |

SHOPPING CENTERTOMORROW Later, however, he wouldn'tgo

DOORS OPEN along with Alfred Hitchcock ,
1I:4S DAILY 's jest that "actors are cst


'" 1:00 .M. I.III O.UvtSY' CARP IS A
Said Ford: "I would never
1:00: .M. lay that actors are cattle A MALADROIT' I

LAST DAY good many of them are real TURNING THI TAILIi-Htrr, Grafts ip.il Silvers) klrtsMinnie

pro*. I have never run into any T.",..., (ARc PMK.. rfM) .< his, ..".....,.,. sad she

temperament." In 45 year of directing turns the plow. Into I g.mblirg 4." In hit ...MM*. t. Hcirytttfulttt I

DEAN .WhO'srhARTIN. his. ..If M e woman >l Ie yf sad MM t* |Jets' Hit *.*. -J [

7 Beensleeping If members had been of the Ford stock 'M The Phil SII.... Sh..." S.tvrd.r (f:10-10:00 '.M., 1ST M I irI
company present they
= Hit CIS T....,.* Nttwork. .
might have added they wouldn'tdare .

\ In My show temper around the .
old man.
I\\.1" Bed? Sieve Lawrence Enjoys
... t Ford was asked what message, .r"sa'
his! films carry. He turned to director -I
George Sidney and asked Doing Play On Broadway I

"What wa It Sam Coldwyn said
about messages?" By HAL BOYLE er for a performer to go from 7WE YER SEEN FLORWEWHEttS i'L'ORRIE.f wilE c's v

Sidney supplied the answer: NEW YORK (AP-In show Broadway to the night club' T>fEAN1'INHt EBFL10rS LTHK BOOT BRUSH? OMfI PCYER ""' ANDY
Every "Lt Western Union carry business they're never happyall than vice versa The night club
I them" the way until they prove field i* a lot rougher one."
shroud He confirmed a legend which themselves on Broadway.That' He I II hopeful the musical will
demonstrates his disregard for be a steppingstone to the films =
has a the way Steve Law
r scripts and for the meddling of rence felt. He had made It big Versatility Stressed
silverlining executives He said that the son
a* a television recording and
"The more field you can perform -
of a very rich man came downto
night club star In the more you Increase
his set one day and complained
when odfiends that the picture was He to starring now"In "What your chances of longevity. Youdon't
Jakes Run? musical
Sammy a -
want to'outwear your welcome -
four day behind schedule. Ford
gettogether : about a ypung Hollywood
with the andou're
handful of
tore out a script
heel who throws away love and
less do this Ifyou
likely to
and them to the '
pages gave and about
friendship just
are active In more than a
for a blastof young man. every other decent human vlr- .. .
ingle medium. >
"Here, he laid "Now I'm tue-to keep from being "a
grave three day ahead." oser." Lawrence, the son of a Brooklyn -
1- -- cantor sang In choir as a
robbery... Public Likes It child, quit school In his aenlor

poisoningand DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN It Is a show that didn't stand year because a best-selling record WORRY CLINIC

6:10. SHOW 7i30T the drama critic on their ears, put him In the $150-a-week

...ilhr's Th. Night" but the public,is going for it. bracket a* a club linger. Earlier Medics And
murder! T. G. Out T* A Movlit The big reason I I. the bouncy he had worked u a ling ti The Dentists

zest that Steve brings to the log bus boy at summer resorts

-- title role. In every ambitious During a two-year stint in the j Are ContrastedBy
AMERICAN human heart there I Is a bit of Army h* subsequently studiedhis Stars
INTERNATIONAL! willingness to sacrifice othersto way to a high school diplo-
"t"". ADULT win our goals, and Steve George W. Crane Ph.D., M.D.

tlNCWT INTUUINMENTI I brings the point home in a ma.Llf. is a three-ring circus to -
LAST TIMES TONITItAT :memorable way. Lawrence. Married to alnger CASE WU: Daniel and MANY of our professional
PRICE IAN 1M FONDA- 111 In* Lawrence who could be malt Eydle Gorme-they have two Impel David cam home recently for students also drive taxicabs at
+ I a lot singingto the weekend night to 'help their e*-
ing more money I children-he writes song and tltp pay
PEUt I upper audience, la having i' runs a recording company In Daniel la w dental surgeon penae at cortege .
I ball on' Broadway. his spare time. HI* hobby la By Carroll Righter while David Is a physician. And taxicab! driver certainly

LORREBORIS' ,611IPLua I "It's a very rewarding/ feelIng -. watching horror and science fiction Since I had operate superb psychology
." he remarked over a I films with his wife. asked them laboratories for they meet all
luncheon of a bloody mary and I their, Impss.slon .- sort of people.

"THAT KINO, Or WOMAN" a pot of tea, "It has a separate Most Def.at'1.1v..* of the Because these working students

kind of glow, "To me life la largely a com WEDNESDAY MARCH IS, ISM younger doe. haven't the time to mem-
KARLOFFIV I "But I think It would be hard promise," Lawrence said "and tors versua the orb s all the minor point
t'* lived pretty much on the I GENERAL TENDENCIES: to serve other Do something older practltionen about a course, they may get
AT THE THEATERS S0-yard line of a football field. I This to the day when your about It. David a "C" grade Instead of an

You never quite make a touchdown Ideas are very logical and you LEO (July 22 to August 21) replied: "A"
have an Insistent restlessness that usually cov-
1'o f ond Tomorrow A. Ttmo toro Precision and using orthodox
Carload largaln Nltn I In tna hr A MrsOSOVa TUno to i>!., And *ATod 'Everybody' has to compromise to be positive about placing method are vital In the business I think that ers all the fundamentals)
At T:M ate fins THI"nl between what he'd like to them quickly Into motion or creative world today. young dentist Besides they often obtain
"last el the Foil Gun. ::,?'"WMi 5105 aiM,.ln| In Mir have and what he actually gets which 1s very good So, lose Don I Irk higher-ups. Give u a group are DR CRANE wider perspective and superior
.,.. -
PniVI INi better
M. a"'" LAKILANB not moment and after adjustedand judgment about basic medicine -
'rod. \ 'H nu., 'in Now York' and But you have to pick your own a you thought to credit now and reap
AIM' .1 *'1* Only "Th.1 Kind POL"01 YMunl'l'od."a'I'y ""nm.. level of compromise have made your decisions, In benefit later socially more poised than or dentistry partly due

"IMITATION OF LIFE" ; pbranlt 'Inns.".. ,. 'Most' people defeat themselves I start the action. Almost everyone are medic, to their broader social per
LANA 'TUHNie COLOa 'Tod frtnrouth rrlll '*h, ''j;.'POai.'l'od. They either go about a to nimble-fingered and VIRGO (August 22 to Sep. "And lbelieve! It Is partly spective.
r irt a1L' !t Dhe 5 .IM" situation wrongly or they give Inventive today, tonight. tember 22) Any effort on your the fault of our medical col! Therefore, within S to 11years
I ...t Quni> mi .'>ol of Ulo thl" up too soon. I ARIES (March 21 to April part toward new outlets are leges. For they still overly many of the "C" doctors :
n n. nT ilIiIm :: tIa;Jml'illon! "But I believe anybody who, 19) There to no better day or cure to meet with fine euccesa.Don't magnify scholistlc grades have such flourishing

AWd AVON"' PARK-HilAMr aid. 'Ind:"all; rl5ak All u.5 51u50.W..'. puts honest dedication Intelll- evening than this for buying, hang on to obsolete "For Instance, they give undue practice that they must hire

lutcEiAMESON'RHUBARB'III' TONIGHTTHURSDAYIII lA'I\rJ genes, and perseverance into wiling, doing whatever bring methods Set a new and higher weight to 'A' grades and their former "A" classmatesto
COUPON NIGHTI .5 mil Oy-Crr ad.ot BttUfAINM 'PromttunlurlU' ." ill work will wind up with you advancement Study bet goal for yourself. the fact that an applicant may work for them!

*MlttMS ALL COLOR PROGRAM >.j' CITT-ttk.and ,Fipkl 1)0110.H.lnw:Condi.LAK'I nicar '.: something better than a kick Inthe ter way and means early. LIBRA (September 23 to October have had his own chem lab In This la a common situation

w.11.15eeN inc i MM H5IIBROWNRATHBOHE ."WALKS-8t.... '.".. ..,ton,* face. He'll have some near Then put Into operation quick- 22) Taking the time to the basement during high In both medicine and dentistry
r-5.1. tIt Hi Pirtlolml 1100, I rtANT, ITTD.1.etg11\|: Dead RiniorPUtNT ure of success" iy. payoff your obligations |Is vital Khool a* well a* law. engineer

FRANK aiNATHA In i riTY' -_:-:1\181( "Owtni II TAURUS (April 20 to May before relaxing with mater "And If the boy wa a nut Ing and other professions, too.
esulirnfeit.iorl? '.. .. ," mate or sweetheart. Give over ships rockets For the "A" student Is
4.lntcir space or often
IM,will a i ciwus-,mum l UMHMUliiilieUM "A HOLE IN THE HEAD" : p .. Students Miss 20) You are thinking very
... l IMslri IDUWICMu I U.r.tIr.ar.: ;; run: "whQ ef'" Tit Oot Untorsi Mt A. clearly now along the lines of vent to that flair for precision.Big and similar scientific projects, t hornrimmed glasses Intro
\ PLUS AT 10,M ONLY I .. f benefits follow. they gleefully admit him to vert, out of contact with real.
St TAnu .n' an' Bu helm }1./ :: Class BecauseOf success and should put Ideas
MINIMI u t "A TIMI TO LOVI, wlnvs' R..d4\ YM.aRin4Ebe Mlddli\ P' Into motion without delay. SCORPIO (October 23 to November med school Ity, socially Immature and financially
I INTER HATUN-lUt.n P.U: "NoUrjoui > Bomb Scare 21) You are able to "Meanwhile, they often overlook gullible!
Jean 0. '" t dl.dr" ..d "SU..h .o I Confer with expert In business
'' True abundance can be learn a good deal that to of the fact he la a screwball
value If follow who may be socially a
DRYDEN. N.Y. (AP-A total yours you your
hunches now. Whittle project misfit who never dated In his
of 1200 pupil. missed two hours Old
TOItIOnnOW of classes Tuesday because of a GEMINI (May 21 to June down to a practical\ bails, Be life and who had little par Newspapers
bomb scare at Dryden Central 21) Perfect day for going after cooperative with the right ticipation In college athletics.
School but they'll have to aim In a positive fashion and people "That's also why we have Report TroubleIn

Lakeland Welcomes Central. Florida's Own make up the lost time, school confiding\ those who can be SAGITTARIUS (November such Inarticulate physician
officials of assistance Get out where who make fools of themselvesif

"Beverly Hillbilly" .. Jed Clampett, Himself The officials say. declined to say groups gather Be specific Instating 22 that to partners December do 21)not If compre-you feel they talk before Rotary or Far EastNEW
Idea. or even a high school
whether they suspected a pupil hend Ideas
to them
your go
was behind the high a pitched MOON CHILDREN (June directly and 'Career Day' audience. YORK (AP) They
1IUDDY EBSEN explain. Compromise "By contrast the dental opened the box which had been
voice which called the school In 22 to July 21) By Intelligently If necessary. Strive for
schools stress well rounded sealed In the cornerstone of the
this village east of Ithaca and conferring with advisor or complete harmony for a
STAR OP "IIVIRLT HILLIILLIIS"IORHAND said: '"There I le a bomb In the one who mean the most In to come.CAPRICORN. personalities, so I find fewer od Time Tower In Time

BRED IN THISI HIRI PARTS school" your life, the future can be screwballs among dental surgeons Square Tuesday. and read all
No bomb was found. far brighter You an Impelled (December 22 than among medic" U New York newspaper dated
---- -- -- --- .-. to January 20) Although many Jan. 18, 1904.
duties are before you If you WELL David hu a good The paper reported trouble In

R FIRST RUN / STARTSSHOWING show enthusiasm they are point. he Far East and Panama.
I 1 quickly behind you. Span no In fact It has often been I Commuters on the Erie Rail
TOMORROW effort In getting other to said that all too many professors road complained of congestion.
lend their Be of Broadway box-office\
cooperation. were also I practices
FOR 3 BIG GIGANTIC NITES! clever. screwball aa students, with !were under fire. Brooklyn police

phobias obsessions and I were chasing the Mafia
AQUARIUS (January 21 to
BATTLE BEHEMOTHS! problems There were bloody uprisingsn
February If) This can be a
I ,, So they entered psychology Africa and editorial told of
most progressive and
I t r enjoyable
i I j partly to learn how to solve the danger of cigarette
if ,
wtr day you use talent
ua.r! I their own The box becausethe
wisely Others will extend Invitation complexes and then was opened
Imply went on for a PHD degree Time Tower I II being reconstructed -
*-accept them. Show
'' "" S BANAYISIONt u the Allied Chem
are highly creative.
you Obviously not ALL ical Corp. Tower.
EDEN ( UtCEA N f I fONIMET Riot) PISCES (February 20 to or psychologist are- Of the 12 newspapers only two
March Basic affairs
20) are screwballs but I certainly are still published ander the
extremely Interesting to you think we have an overdose of same names the Time and
PLUS 41 MINUTES OP SHEER DISNEY DEUGHTi now, so be sure to Join effort that variety In both medicineand the Morning Telegraph.
N.r with other Involved. Get rid psychology The Morning Telegraph U

of the unwanted. Start accumulating And I can speak advisedly now a racing paper.Whipping .
L i to ALT 068NEEruNj a true abundance for I belong to both of those

o ot TODAY you will lOOn find Indeed, the very thing that Bill

T11/01/aar was that you have a moat Inventive often make a "c student
A "'Pa ACc Lent! GOLIATH Sfl1Ui youngster on your hand I superior doctor of either med-a 'Beat To Death'LANSING

A'' TM, .-.EEI RULR Darn who, in later life, will easily I telne or dentistry to hit greater
NSDFBAB'Y19N' I I.COLOR..TECNNISCOR combine mental Ingenuity with knowledge of practical Mich. (AP-A bill
[ EQ I pay.
., $ quickness of hands and legs.Early chology. calling for Juvenile lawbreaker
N. a t."' Dr. sob. :.a;::::/ r I to be
1 LNnNM. teach to complete what He \ punished by public whippings -
obtained thto
JJJfrrMytsanwe ... NW .... N.n.. "' probably
tV COl0ASC0it ever has been started or your because be had to earn his waa killed Tuesday by the
progeny could simply become way through school by House Judiciary Committee."I .
: s* sss a rolling stone that gather no on tables for his guess you could say we beatit
: MEET BUDDY'S OOOH JED IN THI LOBBY! Y FOREST !f J5f moss. Give a good education: eelllng\ book or or by to death," quipped Rep.
a a w s t e w N I I accredited I magazine tome* Whinery R- ned Rsp-
at an college I during the summer etc. Ida. chairman of the committee.


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LEDGER, Wednesday, March 18. INI I' I I

DEAR ABBY. '" ,>, er' WUII
Whot'i your problem fat

'. v-ro' 5apttr. ante to '
,. Abby. Box .*S. Beverly 7. :

I 14 s A Tie L' Hllli. Call, and ,Include' 0 ". Iii

Mlt-eddrtaMd stomped envelope.
Abby raven ell J "K
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Yan'Buren mall.
Abigail .S s.NkaiSIT.R -

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DEAR ABBY: Do gentlemen really prefer blonde? Do had and
some coming, explained The other
money why. man
blondes have HEYwUMBER AilYES, 1H ,TI-IIS 15 FOR'fOJ5E! V&UT NE Kt1MMA3
with hair more fun? Why do men act 10 illly over girls became indignant and said "If you can't afford an eveningout ARE'USE MRS. iWw aBOPSHIRE READ ITOM VER OWN ) iil
that I* bleached until It look like straw? Wouldn't you should stay home" Of course he was wrong, but how O' GOOD TIM If YA GOT tt e TREEEXECUTIVE /
they rather ice a natural redhead, or a girt with shining could this have been avoided? FI4RK AVEN00? MAN:r LUNCHES TO f

black hair, or chestnut-colored hair with golden highlight? FRIENDSHIP RUINED Cto' SOlVE.r .'.' '

Why do men rave over a girl Just because ihe hat blonde hair? DEAR RUINED: When you ordered, your husband should

1 would like to know the answer to this, and no would a lot have asked the waiter to make up separate checks
of other women. + -- reoDt

NO DYE HARD DEAR ABBY: Last week I was a witness in court A* I ==
DEAR NO: Mea like hair that b (a) dean, (b) wn- approached the witness stand this 65or 70-year-old judge :I! rl

groomed, (c) fragrant, (d) shiny, and (t) toft. If It li all of shouted at me "Say, !If you're gonna testify In this court, tpeak S i

these things, men don't care whether lip black, browser gray- loud and with respect! Then he fell back In his chair, put his

I know a girl who has been both blonde and brunette, .and feet up on his desk about six Inches from my face, and lay 1

she didn't have any more fun a* a blonde.DEAR back like he was dead. While I was talking, he suddenly jerkedhis

feet off his desk, sat erect In his chair and shouted at other .rr e.NNO r

ABBY My husband and I and another couple! went the top of his voice, "SPEAK LOUDER! Do you think I .. .- _.
to a dinner show at a night club. Our Income requires that should send this Judge a bed and, a hearing aid? I
carefully husband
My and I ordered the least
dinners, and one drink apiece. The other couple or DEAR WITNESS "Judg not, that y* be not Judged." t1UNIOR 11aINK 1 WANTABURNEED ,MOON MAIOC ONTO HER HORN*TRYING V3URS, IF THEV COULD BE
dered the most expensive dinner and they each had four Matthew 7-l.CONFIDENTIAL. A MOLE RIP OUT YOUR HORN* TO BREAK THEM AS BEAUTIFUL AS YOU '

drink When the waiter brought the check, the other man E .v.,, ( ( IN ..NClNOf'THATSTH'GOODEST OFF ARE.

Just divided It In half and said, "Your share la SUM" The TO "TRUE FRIEND IN MARIETTA,

floor show was on at the time, so my husband said nothing GA."i Listen I* the advice of your father A 17-year-old _

and paid up. On the way home he told the other man that he divorce I Ia not fit company for you Papa know bestPVZZLE

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Secretary of State Tom Adams she will serve on a contlnulnj Llldl'JU' IIUUIIU OHCIHuuuutiuu CRYPTOGRAM-By M. E. DANE ARCHER CAN ONE YOU ,i a WOGS AND r

today announced the appoint. bail a* t member of a* advisory tiuBui.aa CobbOYEAHYW' GOOD HUT! uvER! .., 3r3a

ment of Mrs. Lucll E. (Lucy) committee of Polk Couty M uuuu uuu ; a jABLE
Lakeland business sec citizen to inform the secretary uuiuuuu
Polk County Deputy of state on problem am 0
retary, u
Treasurer for the 1964 Adams activities In their county. EEC DnoaB DQQQQ OYEAW EHM.r .

Campaign Organization. : She Is a member of the Ordei

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GnInw5Mn1s YORK
__...n' (AP-Sen. Hu
:_..... .... _enneM for the release of three been treating poultry grit the I I a al
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American flier shot down In
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of ..- sticks In the of the Stone say
IITIoO.NI-alit.......- East Germany and warned that Democratic party nominates t
.. wM NMM Mountain Grit Co.
11- their continued detention Jeopardize \ t
10/6-0 NN1M him for vie president but he's"not
111'A-_' -...... U.S.-SovIet relations. The company claim the depreciation shopping around for new a .
allowance for poultry
TD.OII."m."OON Charge d'Affalre Walter J. j01>l."
S2-I-- Stoeuel presented the demand grit-granite ground Into tiny Humphrey, appearing at a
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U' ::wMI"l,=: '.. charge that the threw men It say the IRS ha been depreciation allowing honor, was asked if he considered 1 lieu.eoERAL'S an IT WHM V *o M* STRA4VT M AN HOUR.I 4 BETWEEN AMP A A CAPTAlMI. ecBSEANT
I =1''n MNw.w..N were on an espionage mission tt only the S per cent himself a* a potential can- f NS SSPEC1'a OW of rr Yu. SHOW YOUioMETMNO
.n_ when their reconnaissance allowance for crushed. didate for vie president He B'

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clans that "further delay In release Monday the company.'do now, I Is to run fir P
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MARCH 19. 20, 21, 1964 .

Drip or Reg. (limit 1 per customer with purchose of $5 or more)

dairy specials a Hill's Bros. Coffee. 'cal 59c ,n1,

Mlroclo Com Oil 4. Off Lobol Whirehoust (limit 4 pleose)
Margarine . \'"*: 35c 303
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All Flavors (limit 2 please)

Irookitmo'i Butter wlipp.. .,. . ';:'. 39c Sealtest Ice Cream golf 69

KrorVf ...,. Sfior.Cheddar .
Cheese '::" 63c II
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01'FOLK THI COUNTY COUNTY COU"T UDQI 01' R Attention always seems to b*. eating breakfast yourself a.id by

In a.1 state 01 FLORIDA 4r__ Is Fun focused on teenagers Although preparing tempting foods There

J. CASOM these young people may not enJoy must be I source of high-quality

To All Cr.dlton and Poisoon. Hey." 7 t being named as an Individual protein to satisfy appetites and

Raid Ina CI.Im.lIi.t.t. or e"and. Ala/ns M MOWN.TONtcut r lax group In our society, In one hold you until lunch.

You .nd .1 tr IfaLl' particular area, it* quite important Teenagers always enjoy meat,

Pond.notllllld wbiph to fIlee.n claiima and d.. 11IE BRIDE COOKS DINNER, sections: away from djvldin to study them as one. and Reba Stagga, meat expert,
you have ala tp the food offers a few suggestions regu
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....estate of ORVAL J. : : Any leftover chicken wings, membrane I'tmovlnlllnY teeds lar or Canadian style bacon,
AND AaPRONNONfCoounty Judp.. will make good snacking Halve grapefruit sections Mix eat.
.t hi. office Tomato fruit with Nutritionists agree that teen- ham sausage links, sausag
In tho Court Hou; Cream Soup CrackersBaked ginger Serve In she.-
.ndar.t Rectum. 'bride. within .1. cal Chicken Wings bet glasses Makes 4 servings agert, including the girls, need patties, dried bf (served
1114. wl'lch mnnth. from .hru.ry. H. more of the essential nutrients creamed on toast) or corned
I. tll. dais Rice
ccinI otr d.mandhmoot tb.n of the fire n Green Peas with Mushroom FRIDAY FARE than their parents Unfortu- beef hash.

/ must ,.... the wpbn1 Lemon Tart Beverag Pickled carrots give seat to a nately many of today's youth
dance and post office piers. and tho claimant, must be swore to! BAKED CHICKEN WINGS Baked Fish most common food fault la

.10. .tau. 'be wwll III.d......as.m..t..ld Void or, 1 pound (about 10) chicken Baked Potatoes M eating poor breakfast or none

p >PLr.S RANK Oil' L.AKR. wings Spinach at all Breakfast sklmpers fre-- GoocTopping

Bit IIICHAftD LAND I.AXELAND N. "J.A. 1/ cup butter Sweet and Spicy c'arroti quently end the day with a deficiency
VIc.'Pr.sldent A Trust I teaspoon salt Cheese and Crackers in nutrients. For Lunch MeatWhen

TOM Officer WATXOV 14 teaspoon dry mustard SWEET AND SPICY CARROTS It's particularly important for

Attorney for X...".... 1% teaspoons paprika t large carrots :I t rt rrl every teenager to consume a everyone Is home for

Lakeland 1'.Uo Florida Snip tips from wing with a 1 cup each sugar and cider ,rr r balanced high.protein morning lunch on Saturday, or when you
IN kitchen scissors; wash end dry vinegar 1 t'rt r r meal, not only because food are trying to dream up something -

TINTH THt CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT OF THI Melt butter In a heatproof glass % teaspoon nit F needs are high, but because quick, yet out-ofthe ordinary

AND FOR FOLK COUNTY CIIICUIT, PLO 1 IN baking dish (10 by 6 by 1inches % stick cinnamon food habits for life are usually for Sunday night upper,

IN R/0A ) on a moderate (375 derees formed during these take a can of luncheon meat
1 small leaf yean.But
CHtNCI": COUNTY NO.PAVlN01 18n.2-2I1 & ) oven. Stir salt, mustard IS whole cloves and IS whole STUFFED CROWN ROAST OF PORK, accompanied by baked fruit with a touch of ginger what is Mom to do if her from your shelf and let your

BANK, item York CorpnraUon, and paprika Into the butter using allspice makes Easter Sunday dinner an elegant affair family refuse breakfast? Presenting Imagination go to work

--...- PLIstItL11RITIi the Hat surface of a small 'p'tula 1 facts i* not enough. Slice the luncheon meat and
: O. BROWNELt mil to make smooth Dip wings Pare carrots; cut in half crow- Teenager need stronger motl give It I tart, tasty spread Then

JUNE and AI.BIRT BROWNELU.!: hi. wits, In lessoned butter and fit Intthe wise and cut each half Into 4 vatlon. over the top of each, place two

AMpIIIJR tand A.DALTON same dish in one layer. Bake stlcki Bon carrots in a covered strips of red pimiento to yield
!4AlPIJo:1\ tl. Wll ATSIOTle in th* 375-degre saucepan In 1. Inch of boiling Girls, usually worse offenders
I oven, turning Perfect For Easter Sunday a pretty touch
;. than boy, must realize that
water just until tender
-* TO DIM o'SlTo'S [R winge over halfway. through bakg 9* in about 10 minutes; drain Over eye
:WLICATION SUITToM"2&w&.M pe/iod, until tender about handy use and will give I nice
and come from wise
45: minutes. Drain on paperweling low heat In a saucepan, stir together A Crown Pork Roast filled Place In !pep energy
; pepper roasting pan APPLE RAISIN STUFFING choice of foods, not from the color and flavor note to many
fKSjr, ssJ hi' wit. Makes ) servings. j the sugar, vinegar and I with an apple-raisin stuffing and bone ends up; wrap bone endsin 1 cosmetic counter. The viva- meat dishes. Try It with creamed
salt until 1 herb
dissolves -
Note: Wing tips be used sugar Tie
And ill unknown partira claim. may roasted to perfect Is lure to be aluminum foil to prevent excess dons, popular girl Is usually meats and casseroles.
.a_,aay Intenet by. throueh :In making chicken itock I spices In a double-thick squire enjoyed by the family on EasieSunday. r browning. Roast, uncovered stuffing breakfast LUNCHEON MEAT-
ueaer. or of cheesecloth and add simmerS 2 chopped peeled apple eating right. Skipping -
a.alnet each or ,1th. : A restful fruit bake In a slow (32$' F allowing .: cup
f the above named per. minutes Turn drained oven ), 1 seediest raisins does not keep weight down TART TOPPING
carroll ,
tq cup
tla h. my b. deed flavored with a touch of ginger, 30 to 35 minutes par.
or ro per
P0(1, own toe deed orally.. FRIENDS TO LUNCH I and hot syrup (with spice bag!) ,I Ie the Ideal companion to the pound. Allow .1 to 2 chop ,' 'boiled either It generally leads to 1 can (12 ounces) luncheon
YOU per
IUNI} NNITH o BROWNEI L Into a shallow container; cover; minced onions a hlgh-calorie snack later meat
end BROWNELL are ber.. No dessert needed when this crown roast serving scup
cool chill 1 Good Grade 1 lemon
by sotlfied, that ; overnight Remove snipped parsley teaspoon Juice
a C""p/nillt/ ror Have the butcher make
An hour before
1 Is done
hot bread roast
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'orocI08ur. of Morlaaa. haa big Serve : Boyi have the desire for salt
boon spice carrots cold asa Prepare stuffing according to Y4 teaspoon
flied .r.lnot' you, sod you are ... Ham Omelet a crown .the king of pork fill center of crown with apple '
pickle. Store strong active bodies, and this Is
leftover : Add Few grains
qulred to any In package directions remain pepper
.rve a copy of your Cheese and Relish roasts Season with salt and raiiin stuffing I
Answer, or Plaadlnie to the Complaint Tray the syrup In a covered jar In the log ingredients and toss lightlyto achieved through adequate protein 2 tablespoon salad dressing
on the Sweet Twists
Plaintiff attorney. vitamins and minerals
Jno.ph M. Pltopecald 131 refrigerator blend. Spoon stuffing int 1 tablespoon pickle relish
Trust Bulidinl MI.ml 11. 1I."rtl'Florid.. Bever'lIISWEET SATURDAY Top Plum Cobbler With center of crown roast oAnolher teen wish I I. for good 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
ortplnal Answer or GINGER FRUIT BAKE grades If breakfast 1 is poor 1 egg white

of Pleadinr the Circuit In the Court office on of or the before Clerk 11/a i cups sifted flour This dessert tastes best when I can (1 I lb.) cling.peach you are likely to be tired and It mall strips of pimiento

II the 10I5 day April A D., 1911 Ill cup enriched white corn meal It U served fresh from the oven Rich Shortcake Biscuits halves 'unable to concentrate In class Cut luncheon meat Into S
you d ..
"MI'S lu lenient by 2 t tablespoons Baked Ham
default tak." aialnut you 3 I tablespoons sugar baking Macaroni 1 can (lIb. 4 oz.) pineapple Mom set a good example by slices Combine lemon juice,
Mm.Sma"' <1"1 'III the 1 teaspoon saltIO Salad Bowl Cheese Family cooks like to have a Vt' cup butter or margarine slice salt pepper, salad dressing,

.8\XS3Slg the real pro*. shortening Rolls file of dessert recipes that are 2 tablespoons milk I can (1 lb.) pear halves NOTHING NEW pickle relish and parsley Beat
cup Scandinavian
Lot IT. FOREST HILLS. ,.. SITB. 1/3 i I cup milkl3 Apple Cake "everyday" and yet goodenough 1 egg yolk S.or 8 maraschino cherries Gas warfare date back to 431 egg white and fold Into mixture.

IUVI8ION accordlnc to plat I cup orange Juice SCANDINAVIAN APPLE CAKE to serve to guests, Sift together the flour, baking H cup buttercup B.C., when suffocating gases Set regulator for broiling

41.thereof Paa*recorded M Pablo In Record Plat Book of Orange 1 package (8 ounces) zwieback whether they've been asked powder, salt and sugar Stir In % brown lugar were used In the' war between Place luncheon meat on broil.

Polk Count/, Florid. filling 2/3 cup packaged graham ahead or respond to a last-min' grated orange rind. Cut In but- 1 teaspoon ginger Athens and Sparta and similar er rack Insert broiler pan and

tlie week In the Lakeland eon.eou I dnr. sugar, baking powder asalt. red ll/ teaspoons cinnamon Certain favorite fall right Add milk and egg yolk; stir un- paper towels: (Remaining juice Middle Agei The firs, gas attack meat Is 2 to 3 Inches from the

sow DOV8, Polk' AND OBD. ;RED .t Bnr. Cut In shortening with pas- I cup butter, melted Into this category We have I In til dough leaves sides of bowl. may be combined for a refresh; of World War I was launched heat. Broil S minute or until

day of March County. A I>Florida.. 1164, thla nth try blender until particles arttine. 2'/ cups thick sweet.applesauce mind the cobbler, grunt, hanky Turn out on prepared pastry I Ing drink.) Arrange fruit In a by the German at Ypres. lightly browned. Turn, ipread

n: H. III.OAN. JR. Gradually add milk then panky and pandowdy all cozy cloth; knead lightly. Divide' I% quart casserole or an April, 1915, and resulted In sever egg white mixture on meat

(REAL. )Clerk, Clrcalt Court orange Juice, stirring lightly until 2 teaspoons grated 'lemon rind concoctions of fruit 'and bitter dough Into t pieces Roll each proof mold. tilled losses Thereafter, slices Place 2 strips of plmlen

.1.' By VIViAN A. PURVIS mixture I is dampened (If necessary Crush the zwieback several or biscuit dough Into around that Is about /i- Melt butter; add brown sugar gas wn used by both sides l in to on each atlce

Jnaaph M TMputy Clerk add a little more milk tmake o at a time, In an electric blenderor Her*'* the latest recipe of this inch thick' arrange over hot and ginger; spoon over fruit. the war, but during World WaIt r Broil until topping 1 I. lightly

Ile r FltaaaraldBl"k"n. a soft dough.) Turn out 01 with a rolling pin so crumbs I sort we've tested and an excellent plum mixture and bake ai directed Bake In a slow oven (32S' F.) none of the major warring browned about l'/i minute,!.

MI.ml FR.nkIlD.I-6171 U.' 'flrtda prepared pastry cloth; knead ire extremely fine-there) should one It II. In bygone day. in Plum Cobbler recipe for; one hour Serves to 12. _powers used gal extensively. Four servings _

U.705 gently I few seconds Roll dough be about 1 1/3 cups. Mix with stout r hearted eaten thought

IN TMt": COUH+ 1OF to form a 12 by 10-tnch recngle the graham cracker crumbs: nothing of enjoying these for

INS T CIRCUIT CIR. Spread with Orange Filllog. cinnamon and melted butter. breakfast with "pour cream:' SEALTEST..makes the d//ference/ .
CUIT 7IW L K Fold In half so filling\ I0together. .
COUNTY. VFLO O."o.O IN Mix the applesauce with the Convenient to use, earned pu
CNANCCWVMINJNT.. ; Cut Into 12 strips. 1. grated lemon rind. Sprinkle) a pie plums go Into this modern, w vt

I FaxiCICDINOae DOMAIN Inch wide. Take hold of etc h layer of the crumbs Into a buttered version of, a cobbler; the rich

.e* "..-A4.q-2,451 end of a trip and twist tightly ovenproof glass I round biscuit topping 11 pleasant
THB" BOARD OF PI'BLIC IV. In opposite directions Seal end cake dish & Inches flavored with rind.
TRl-CTION OF FOLK COUNTf. ( / by 14 ). orange
FLORIDA. i Maiutory. eor.Poratlon firmly. Bake on ungreaaw Spoon a layer of applesauce PLUM COBBLER
of Ui. aiata of flor.i cookie sheet 1 Inch apart In hot
(42J degrees) oven 12 to 1minutes. s crumbs and
P.tltlonbr.ROT. applesauce ounces) purple plums In extra -
B.-- i- Serve hot. Make 1
with lait of crumbs
layer Bake
ODOM. *. al, oien. heavy syrup
Drfredant l/ beat,III a moderate (350 degrees;) ) tablespoons cornstarch
N Ott Orange Filling Gradually
DP SULl trial
oven until lightly browned 30
NpT, E IFMINENT poMAIN 2/3 cup lifted confectioners !54 teaspoon salt
r, I minutes Serve warm with 1 tick Inches) cinnamon
1 ll'T\fNA\ 1I: AND B* THK sugar and the grated rind of ;1 whipped cream Makes 10 servncs (3
'. OK THK; BOARD orange into 2 tablespoons sotbutter !4 cup orange juice

OP OP POLK PUBLIC COUNTY.INSTRUCTION! FLORIDA: 1 tablespoon! butter or mar.yl.r -

rfcKV. and to (II arna mod. partla Roast Chicken Biscuits r F 0") t I L'i
b.v/newr elalmlnf any right l 1 .
till., lnt>nl, ...orla.... or ether DINNER FOR FOUR Mushroom Stuffing Drain plums, reserving syrup ,
fir ll.g land to or poo those c.ruin ........1. Veal Chops Farina with Chicken Gravy Pit plums. In a medium saucepan '
wrolnafter dmrrlhM and
Ills followfni ........n. totrrlhrr with Potato Puff Snap Beans stir together the cornstarch i
all unknown (croons rlalmlnc by. Lemon Broccoli Bread Tray Tomato Salad and lilt,, gradually stir In the /
through or under known
who are deed or who art not Canton Fruit Cup Apple Pie a la Mode reserved plum syrup keeping ,
known to b. deed or .11.., CookiesCANTON MUSHROOM STUFFING smooth;. add cinnamon stick

PARCEL ROT ODOM.1 : and MILDRED FRUIT CUP yt cup butter or margarine Cook and stir constantly over

(All ODOM Prado hi.Plar wir I large grapefruit 2 small onions, chopped (VS moderate heat until thickened, I1U1;! kc

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PARCEL e,2LAMAR 2 tablespoon slivered syrup- 1 cup chopped celery and plums, orange Juice and butter:
CDOM and
heel until butter melts
preserved ginger .leaves I
GKNNELL: ODOM hi. wits
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PARCEL Jtt Florida 10 white membrane remains: stems baking dish (10 by 6 by 1%

Brain at a point on the West LIOAL ADVlltTIIIM.NTTi 2 cups herb-seasoned packaged inches. ); top hot mixture at once
boundary of section 19 Town bread with Rich Biscuits Bake In a
h Uoulh Rana. 14 Feet, [ TO CPRDITOR$ dry stuffing
:, lhnl.: 1IMI40 feet South of N Toil COURT OF INS COUNTY >4 cup boiling water hot (400 degrees) oven until bisuits -
the NorthwfKt corner of the JUDOS or FOLK COUNTY, are lightly browned ISo
HW H of NW % at .Id .*c- FLORIDA' 1teaspoon pepperIn
tin,. thin continue Houih along In fte: relate of a medium saucepan,melt' 20 minutes Serve hot or
aid Wot boundary of such MALDK H. YOUNG he butter and lightly brown the warm at once (or reheat).
.Milan t!( I fet mar or I.... Ixweaeed Make I with lots of
to the North boundary line of To All Creditors and PtraonaHaving onion, celery and mushroom servings
the county road. then run East Clalma or DemandaAsalnil terns In It. Stir jn the bread fruit
along th. North boundary lln. Said Kelate
of the rl,M of way of the afor*. fOil. and .acb of you. an home.hr stuffing, boiling water and pep RICH BISCUITS t a aeL
aid' oounly road a dlntanc. of notified I. rue .n .Im. enddemands .
IM foil than run North a dl.. which you lave sgounotICs per Us* to stuff the body caIty I cup sifted flour
tense of 216.1 feet more or .atal nf MAUUR" H. TO I)S<1dereaaed of a roasting chicken (about 1%< teaspoon baking powder
Ices. to a point Baal of the point In the ofrlca of R. A. 5 pounds ready-to-cook weight). 14 teaspoon salt
or brflnnlnf th.n run Went adlntanc. Hroneon County Judas, at hie of
of Silo feet. mor. or fir. In Ih* Court HOIIM at Bar Roast stuffed chicken by favorite 1 tablespoon sugar
lose, to the point of b,irlnnlnirTontalnlnf tow. Florida. within rtt eland.month. .r method. 1 teaspoon grated orange rind
41errs..n. more or Ire from Kebrutnr M IHI J
Owners ROY ODOM and tULriRFD w li'h la the data of the tint pub.
ODOM. hi. wlf. llrallon of this ...."... Rack claim iL -
PARCEL #2 or demand moat be In wrlllna.
Boaln at a point on the W..t moot. elate th* plaae of residence _
boundary of Hwtlon a I d Post office addreea of lb.
.Up 17 South' Rann'ilT Futwhlth 'lalmant, muat be aworn t* and
I. "!.II ft South of moat be filed a. afnreaald or alee
the Northwrxt corn.r of tr. .am* win berom void
"W U of NW U o< laid MW (.) THOMAS M LANOSTOVEiectitor
lion then contlnu. Mouth alone 1 .t
said Woof boundary or errrkPecllon OTM .
"Un fret more or Iris. NOTICI 01' INTINTION '1.
I" a point 2105 feet North .I TO MAC[ APPLICATION FOR t
the "firth boundor IIn. nr lto FINAL DISCMARO
county road then run Earl a In Re' fatal of
dlntanr* of in* Feel th.n run (YRII A. IlLUVAN ..... .
North 131.8 feel more or trot 1>0<'...."
to a point East of th. point of TO ALL WHOM IT MAT
tollnnlnf. lien run Wnl a dla- CONCERN 7
tsncf IM feet to the pointof Notice la hereby tlven that I 2t'r When kids deserve a treat
heginnlnrCostelning have rued my final report aa AdminUtraior ,
ITT ...*., man or sum teatament anneio -
1_. of the aatata of Cyril AHulllvan .
Own.rt LA MAR ODOV: and 0 EN' I dwraaed; that I have give 'em the one with real milk values !
Mr:LI. ODOM M. wlf.. riled mr petition for final I dla 1i
TAKE! NOTICE that a Declaration rhaire. and th.t I will apply to f
of Taking b.. boon flied In the HON RlLIIARn A BROX- P,. rt4A s q.r
the ._.-.ty'ed cau .. by the p.- NON: County Judge of Polk Coil*- Next time your children deserve a treat, give them the Sealtest Chocolate Drink Is a product of skilled and experienced )
tuion.r. the icqulrlnv authority Florida. the loth dar ofMarrk
tr on
of these proc.din. of th. tak- Ill(. for approval of the t treat that provides wholesome nourishment Give them personnel working with the latest In modern
log of th* abov. drtrrlord laixlm. erne and for final machine aanei real milk values to test and retest for
for th. ourpoes Mt forth In the Adminleintnr .um 100'.m.nto .n. Sealtest Chocolate Drink the one with equipment purity, goodness,

P Utloo In this raiiM, 01st l Aa a of the eelat of Cyril A contains milk protein, vitamins and minerals. freshness. Next time, serve Sealtest Chocolate Drink.
site for a new m.ntary Khool Mulllvan, d_.....
In Polk County. Florida. and that Thla Stlh day of February. IIM
on. of th* Jurta*. of the tlrriilt rir- D. W. POOUCTAdmlnhHrabir YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST INSIST/ / ON SEALTESTI
Court endthe sob teata
nFlorlda. 1 tnday
monte eonrls or tho eo
of March" A. J>. IM4. at I'3o'clock lets of Cyril A. lulllvaaPenaaed 10.y'z
In Its arurnoon lh.reofn
Circuit Court ChamWra at BarlowKlorld .
.. ......Id.r .aid Declaration U.U1
of Takln appoint appraliwra and F ULIC NOTICI
make such ord r .5 the Court NOTKFJ I* hereny liven that
deems pretwr All partlM t* U* I(ho Coy of Fort Mood., Florid., TRY SEALTEST -
salt and all partlM' Interested tnst la reneivlac blda for atel pipe. SEALTEST
ppur and b. herd at till time wrapped .nd roslsd atrt Mk B W DIP 'N DRESSING ...c21J.- = II,
and place dml.nat d. APIkl P E HRl caw t* PO-I: / :; / HOMOGENIZED
Ten and arb of you are here- Hit trnuaand feet ona-lnrk and / /
to appear by thin. A. delectable dip VITAMIN D MILK
by commanded '. tbouund feet thrM-ouarter (
.. te I
Petition '
aa answer to t' 'Inch with crackers, chip. .
tore filed In this rau. In the en- All fcMi mint he plainly marked 1 Produced with every
Court en or chow FALkn BIDS ON I1PP" and Or, us* as a topping M.itNe
tN4 I
day of Apr A. D. t. In lie offers. of the. Oly Manaaer for soups, meats, -m 1 modern quality con
wkat rlaht" title, Intecs.ti: .: lien.t not later than I M PM TueedayMarch trol to assure you of
w lbs .bove.d..rlbed.. lend ;,hide will!<. b'*''4 opened. at whirr aad .lime publicly all FOR BABY Milk and eggs, sweetened with honey and fish, salads, baitedwtitoev purity and freshness

sod show e.a.e sobs Cs 11m. tea... baked in a custard, makes the Ideal dessert Make a* follows:
Mould not be tak.n for the U" Th* City reaerv** ills rl.ht tn ,
Beat 4 egg Just enough to blend thoroughly. ,Stir in }&
P top
awl po."..... at forth III the arrept or reject any and/or all
Utlon fll.d herein.WITNESS bl... and I* waive any farmalltl. honey 2i cup milk. ft teaspoon salt and '/, teaspoon vanilla

of Mid Court my nn hand Uw red fnd the.day cat of the It Ming City Ih t**areept Intent and la* Inweat poraoee and of extract Pour into I ungreased (-ounce custard cup*. Pour BESWICK & BESWICK

March, .. D. 1144.D beat hid far .material meeting our hot water around cup in shallow pan to depth of '/&.Inrb.

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I .I Having- Company. For Dinner? Serve Fish Veronique! I I

The king of chefs, Escoffler: they we then; when they'reIn day night supper or t Saturday 2 teaspoons flour W cup light cream the center of the paper; re help conserve an the good around fteh. Add light ereamto
hit Guide Cullnalre (pubnot, canned light seediest lunch. You might like to /4 cup finely "minced onion Sprinkle each fillet with salt serve. flavors) Bring liquid to I boil juice In skillet; stir in reserved -
I lished at the beginning of this grapes are added. accompany it with buttered \M cup dry white wine and and roll Fasten Cream together 1 tablespoon then cover and cook over medium creamed butter and
century) gives a delightful This Is a great dish to serve rice with a topping of crisp 2 cans (8% ounces) light pepper up. butter with the flour and heat ( to I minutes, or flour; cook and stir until
with wooden Forpoaching the
a pick.
main dish of toasted almonds. For seedless
fish a
poached tilto guests for a treaties Fri. vegetable grapes when lightly thickened; pour sauce
until fish Hake easily
lets, a delicate sauce and a I green peat or juliennesnap the fish, choose a 10- reserve. In the skillet melt over fish. Heat under broiler
garnish of Muscatel bean are a good choice. inch skillet in which the remaining tablespoon of tested with a fork. Meanwhile,
grapes.American Michigan State baa two brother Until this year the Dodgers or one until lightly browned, about 3
cooks have adapt. combinations active in the Spantan FISH VERONIQUE have played only four American the fillets will fit without butter; stir in onion and cook heat grapes In their syrup. to S minutes. Serve at once.
ed this recipe to suit their own sports program Footballhas skillet Place fish rolls on Gently remove cooked fillet Makes 6 servings.
6 fillets of flounder sole League rivals In 10 World crowding Using the slightly
I needs Instead of garnishing and Jim Proebstle of dish
Dick broiler proof
shallow -
the dish with add boned and skinned Series. They met the Yankees cover a* a guide, cut i circleof onion. to a ;
grapes they Canton Ohio and cross countryhas
them to the sauce When seedless Ray and Russ Pletcher of Salt and white pepper seven times, the White Sox Indians waxed paper the size of the pour wine around fish. Cover remove pick Trans-Jordan adopted Its present -
and of Jordan in 1849.
grapes are In markets,_Ashtabula, Ohio. 2 tablespoons butter and Red Sox once. cover; tear a small hole In with the paper circle. This Drain grape arrange name

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I An Old-Fashioned Breakfast /Is Worth./ Getting Up ForBy I

CECILY BROWNSTONE It still I II. The bacon Is fried as you know, Is usually wall- er-strength aluminum foil. easily. These we arrange on of bacon on the rack, above; then they're turned to cook applet, you can your It out of
Associated' tint Food Editor In a big skillet, removed and able In 1-pound and 1-pound, Some bits of butter- about 2 a l large wire rack over a large In the next 10 minutes or so the other side. Some cooks like the\ oven pan. It won't hurt the
It. great main course for drained. Then the apple rings 13-ounce cans. Here In New tablespoons are scatteredover foil-lined shallow roasting or the bacon gets crisp and gol to dip the apple ring In flour bacon or hominy to have a
breakfast it divided Into three go Into the bacon fat to get York City only canned white the hominy. Then we broiling pan, The bacon will den-brown and the hominy
with In the turned-off
and sprinkle them stay oven
parts crisp bacon, buttery tender and flecked with gol hominy It generally around, bring together the two long shrink during the baking, so finishes steaming. sugar
hominy and fried sweet apple den-brown. The hominy, too, but visiting down south we ends of the foil and fold them If you have to lap over a few While this baking Is going before cooking; other cooks while you are preparing the
rings. Is cooked or heated In a sauce saw that the yellow variety over a couple of times to makea slices, Just re-arrange them to on we get the apples ready. just use sugar, some use apples Or If you have bacon
The apple rings are a must also comes In cans. Count Oft drugstore fold. The two remaining give them all breathing space. We first core but do not pare neither. Take your choice: dripping In your refrigeratorfrom
because tile r. 'I something pan.But present-day cooks often three servings from the small ends are also folded About half an hour before three large red-skinned apples But be sure to choose apples ( other bacon cooking)
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21 LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday March IIIM4'

-i1kisiaI1Chicken I Will Dazzle Dinner Guests I IThe

'\\ world over a chicken celebrated dishes of the coun- Like other chicken dishes a special effort to provide en Tender to be the Mar attraction chicken to mix with all Ingredients greet F) SO minutes Garnish leaf, and salt Cook over low
on the table adds impact to try with which t she was from India and Pakistan, the your guest with a really Cover. Marinate[ [in with tomato slices, green pep heat for I hour, stirring frequently -
i., the festive occasion. When a served bird combines with Eastern spectacular dish, Invite Chick. CHICKEN TANDOR refrigerator several hours or per rings and celery stalk[ Heat butter in small\
Stir [In water. Bakein Serve with hot cooked riot
homemaker brings out her spices for Its spirited nature overnight. skillet; add onion and garlic
2 broiler ,
chickens and Dahl
fryer (375 da-
\ best dinnerware silver and Skating Rink In this case, curry, cori- Convicted Cop halved a moderate even YIELD41 and cook until onion[ I Ia tender -
linen, chances are that a ander, cumin turmeric, and 2 large onions, servings.'Dahl but not brown. Add with
chicken dish is about to take Problem Melts cinnamon. There's a hint of Killers Get chopped Negro Police remaining Ingredient to lentils .
the spotlight garlic, too, for good measure, 2 green peppers, chopped 2 cups dried lentil [ Cook another hour, until
Because the meat of chickenIs CHICAGO (AP) A lull t and chopped onions, peppers, Life In Prison 2 tomatoes, coarsely chopped Officers HiredIn 3 cups water lentils are soft and the water
so delicate It can come to against a skating rink was dis and tomatoes. And to make I bay leaf I II absorbed. Remove cinnamon '
the table In a variety of ways missed In Circuit Court Tues a great dish even better, thee CAMBRIDGE, Mais AP- 2 teaspoons salt AlabamaFLORENCE 2 teaspoons salt stick. Serve with rice.
The dish may be chicken day when a judge decided th chicken comes to the table accompanied -, ( I tablespoon each curry 2 tablespoons butter or margarine
breasts garnished with grapes. problem had literally melted by rice with Dahl, Two of three young men accused powder, ground, coriander Ala. (AP-The
an elegant French sauteed away. the classic nippy lentil sauce of killing a Malden policeman ground cumin City Commission has dropped 1 small onion, chopped Buy'Em! Where?
chicken or a Juicy roast stuff Frank P. Lawler sought S3,. of Pakistan. have been sentenced 1 teaspoon turmeric racial barriers on the city Police 1 clove garlic, minced
ed chicken. One of the most 000 damages and asked the In addition to chicken's elegance to life Imprisonment. IS teaspoon cinnamon force 1 teaspoon coriander WATSON CHAPEL. Art (*-
exciting ways with the bird court to close a private skating and versatility. It has Louis Ladetto, 17, of Cambridge Vi teaspoon garlic powder The commission announced 1 teaspoon ground cumin this You or hear that a coach good firing deal up about his
'1 has emigrated from Pakistan rink on the ground. the skaters other winsome qualities Ac. and Lawrence Guerra 1 teaspoon black pepper Tuesday It hal hired two Negroes 1 small piece cinnamon !,team and getting a great per
i classic Chicken Tandor. made too much noise and dam cording to the National Broil 25 of Watertown, changed their Vi pound butter, melted who recently passed CI- stick formanc
Chicken Tandor to adapted aged his property er Council, chicken contain. pleas of Innocent of first degree 2 cups water vii Service examinations They Wash lentils carefully and I But football coach Bill ANrlngton
from the authentic classic dish : Judge Cornelius J. Harring- high-quality protein and murder, [ Wash and dry chicken are Harrison Eugene flumes, soak them overnight In water I of Watson Chapel High
served in New York's Kashmir !Ion dismissed the case, noting nutrition is a factor dear to The third defendant, Peter Place In shallow baking pan.. 25, and Oscar Southard Jr.. 32 to cover (This step Is not. Elves reminder it a different his twist football
I J restaurant. When Mrs. "the unseasonably warm the heart of every homemaker jidetto, 25, brother of Louis, Sprinkle with t onion, green This northwest Alabama city. necessary If presoaked lentils I this supply room door:
Kennedy toured India Chick. I weather has solved the problem remained on trial[ In a Middle. pepper, tomato and spices. of 32,000 has experienced no racial are used), Drain PlaceIn I This Department ensure Everything :
Tandor of the by melting I the Ice" Next time are making sex County Superior Court. Pour In melted butter. Turn [ demonstrations i saucepan with I water, bay But Gut*."
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I Buffet. Entertaining Popular. At Small Or Large Party I

Buffet tnttrt.I_,has n.w guests on special occasions: Corn Relish deluxe french dressing, sour In a small tauottan, combine IIIatd beans, It"r.I.beam, onion 2 tN bag
been mort popular that It Utoday BUFFET MENU Golden Topai Ring Salad cream, salt. nutmeg, allspice brown sugar and remainIng 1 frounce bottle Italian slices. dressing 2 J-ounce packages lemon
Cover and refrigerate for several flavored
Ham or Turkey The following recipes art and >4 cup reserved pineapple % cup pineapple juice. dressing days, testing occasionally 2 cold gelatin water
It It I graceful and inform Sweet Potato DeLuxe for a party buffet serving 10 juice. Bring Just to a boil, stirring In a medium bowl toss together Makes 10.12 servings. 1 cups teaspoon almond extract
way to serve tour, fourteen or Three Bean Marinade to 12 occasionally Meanwhile place wax beans, green CORN RELISH 2 cups canned sliced
more guesU Whether you live SWEET POTATO-DELUXE pineapple slices in a shallow drained
in small! apartment or I U.S. British j cup low calorie Italian peaches
baking dish Top each slice
slivered almonds
spacious house I buffet dinner English Food'Something 11-pound flounce till pine with a mound of mashed Brendan BehanIn dressing 14 cup
can be given with.equal charm. apple slices (10 slices) Drlule 2 12-ounct cans whole kernel Pour boiling water over tea
Despite its casual air a buffet Like 3 pounds (about 6 medium) Bases In Libya over potato-topped pineapple pineapple syrup Critical corn, drained bags Steep J-8 minutes Into a
sweet potatoes 2 medium onions, finely medium bowl empty flavored
dinner takes mora than slices and remainder into
A Small Child'LONDON pour and stir In hot tea until
casual planning Two treat tablespoons deluxe Will Be Moved bottom of baking dish Tuck minced gelatin
buffet favorites are lIam or dressing sliced almonds into top Bake Condition Today 1 cup finely chopped green gelatin It completely dissolved
(AP-Queen Eliza- Then stir In cold water and
turkey. These popular main 3 tablesoponi dairy tour for 10.15 minutes or until almonds pepper
beth'i husband, Prince Philip, cream TRIPOLI Libya (AP) The 1 4-ounct can pimiento.drained almond extract. Chill until
dishes are easy winners because said Monday night that It's unfair 1 teaspoon salt Libyan Chamber of Deputies are tipped golden DUBLIN, Ireland (AP-Play diced slightly thickened. Spoon a
they appeal and to practically to make fun of British cooking 4 teaspoon nutmeg unanimously authorized the brown Makes 10 servings. wright Brendan Behan remained In a medium bowl, ton low thin layer of gelatin Into bottom
art delicious
whither everyone served : M teaspoon allspice government Monday night to THREE BEAN MARINADE In critical condition at calorie Italian dressing with of a ( cup mold, arrange
piping hot at British food Is start negotiations to liquidate Meath Hospital today with Jaun slices and almonds;
room temperature chilled. something \\4 cup dark brown sugar 1 15' -ounce can cut wax corn onion green pepper and peach
They also combine or ,like a small child," he told an Sliced or slivered blanched U.S. and British military bases beans/ drained diet and diabetes pimiento. Cover and refrigerate then top with remaining gelatin
with a wide readily annual dinner party of the Cookery almonds In Libya. 1 16-ounct can French-style The year-old writer sank several days Makes about mixture Chill until act
variety of side \
dishes i and Food Association Preheat oven to 400 degreesF The chamber warned that If green beans, drained back Into a coma Tuesday night 10.12 servings Unmold ring on bed of salad
"When it's good it's very very. Drain pineapple reserving negotiation fall through it will 1 17-ounct can red kidney after rallying Monday All visitors GOLDEN TOPAZ RING ,reen..Serve topped with your
Her Ji a buffet menu, with I good but when it's bad It'. absolutely Juice Cook and peel potatoes; adopt legislation canceling the beans, drained except his wife were barred t SALAD favorite dressing Makes 10
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U ELA P LEDGE Wednesday. March IS, 1M4 21 i

Man Marks Try This No-Bake/ Cake For EasterThis 1 "i! CLASSIFIED 1* EMPLOYMENT ,

AEROSOL 1 ,Birthday By ADVERTISINGRATES 12 Help Wentedburndalo

Bowling i 300 handsome orange-flavor- 1 (A-of) can orange Juice concentrate ly until sugar and gelatin are cut out 10 pattern of waxed I CAnnlan route POR I. 111.10.1."'. Orlsoe We M5tbnl A..
FUMIGANT ed Easter cake mold contain side of Ma limit IImoll
dry completely dissolved Stir In paper. Spread one egg st> n. ttttMinimum roib bond _.1.aca.... call nwi.dor .
toasted mixed nut (cashews fil 2 heavy orange Juice concentrate.Chill shaped paper with melted choc- U WordoMlnlmim Frldir, MuadMr. t w uMr .
UTICA, N.Y (AP) James almonds and cup cream CK CT Winter
berts peanut) until mixture I I' consb olate. Chill until hard rjt-$1.05 ". "" ;HIM
1 Downing had the luck of the!coated with a spice and salt mix. VJ cup semisweet chocolate white Whip remaining cream. To WanU Dam Dm Pan DanSPACI Mats.AIs1'SD
of unbeaten .
egg ..
pieces melted ency I : AlT "ad III l4I1.oA.to
Irish when he celebrated St.Patrick' ture. It I II decorated with Meanwhile beat 1H cup heavy serve: Unmold gelatin Decorate Iba' double PrsInt54. 555105
whipped cream and egg.shaped Grind 1V4 cups of the mixed with a band of whipped cream Iii 1:1: Ti ri 81a.AllllPlIID band with union wintad AIM
and until tttff. ground
Day hit Saul
53rd cream Imlti0r.l0.ot.t5t51001
a NEW way chocolate pieces. Makes an impressive : nuts. Set aside Soften gelatin In Into form around bottom edge a band of Imlb moot MU 9-9JI7
mixed nut
birthday-by bowling a perfect cold water. Mix flour and spring pan. RATH
dessert for the Easter sugar whipped cream around center of
to get rid of 300 game In league competition. dinner. In sauce pan. Stir In loftened Chill. mold and one on top. Put remaining CUWirUD U M aw BMPLAf coUina look IAU. 5) Help Wanted FmeleWAITRHM

ROACHES ANS Downing, a restaurant proprietor EASTER PARTY NUT CAKE gelatin. Heat, stirring constant Make egg-shaped pattern andI' whole nuts on top. Remove a. 30 p.f oolumo slob WITR5s5, WAN78D see II te
Contract Ross OMB Hotaaii 31. 'III W555 ......1.1 aoelerard,
chocolate _
I who sponsors a team In (About II to 12 Settings) stone eggs ...
WAIfTCD. .a bo2L
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into WANT AD
one of the city1 bowling egg ,
1 (9H-0) Jar dry toasted Sit auk SIS Mnrlk rondo
...... TMi. lUvarflik ... league, whipped cream bands. Egg will WORD. AIM AND space AM Aonuo.
.Iln ..,.... a Swll'. ........ member was of the substituting team who for fell a mixed nut stick out around cake.Make 4..SO. p I'Na5u55.t's ax Or MIMe ..MPWMi ...... LADIES EARN a naa IIM In.
Will tMTIM NOW WITH SUO. 111. 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin null bo ta ... attloa' k*. oano and onjor aUaoaal vorhIni -
KIlliNG YOO" WHIll YOU SHOP 1V4 cup cold water lore '.3' .... fcMut.CLAMimD aondltloni al Uu._saws. time
ruliot Brunb. Full
OtVIMTI Dowllng also had game of 212 1 tablespoon flour OUPLATIt 0'aa a Pars lino. IW rurthor I.f.r..uoa *
No Wf aaa auoaa.. Ahoalorolyr land 173 for a DS5 total. K '00 a. dar MM* 55011.5ao. ...., : tall IM-4J4 flalssow.
cup sugar .... aMe '.. .. ........ He... ado Hurt M hi MI onto. rrt. .
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I dare aarar.Th I.. f......... Tlwrawh train.
HDIOOM HOMI SIll Udmr will Ml ka e. .
105 with apportunltr '''' ad.loomonl
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LAKEUNO LEDGER oducatloa. OM.. to koi M-
210. Le.land t d.or.
Sold at Drug, Garden TELEPHONE .A..8ITTIIJt: Carter Itead arrabakoland

Supply, Hardware and MU 6-1151 oioaolanal Hlihlandi 50.11..I. Arallaklalor aomarookondo
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leading Grocery stores. WiN D--o.r- applr lporion .
Sparkle Whirl Wind Drlri I... 1431Lakoland
M',. .r Pit Ctxmktlf. IM.Mitral .. G G k ANNOUNCEMENTS Mllli Slid

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!"t r" w' by GAYNOR MADDOX 4 Lilt enl Fsundiroadwtr Ml hann..,tar. V.ldno.noopUoa.il Colonial work.Boa Can"*
THIS ORANGE-FLAVORED cake 1* limply superb. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. t, ochooU UltolaodWANTKD
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Sunday brunch should be GIRL 5545' 400
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leisurely and Mtiifylng. It pARAxtrSO1.., < Waat Must bo .IDI_.
offer the hostess who I II busy bI... esle P.11.5 head. ....... Apply la awn h.ndwrium. niina
COOPER IJell ... and ....'1..... Writs, Lako
Bros. SAPP'SGrocery
all the rest of the week a LOIITLAD1'" blue "W.Id, load LId.'. InS ..-.11..
I pleasant opportunity to enter- and Oomboi. KOMI ....,: WAITIUUi TO work tons te
tain graciously.We ...5'd. UU -IM4. .... oHKI MOM ka wai .
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al Oroyhound
Super Market think this combination POUND: TAM 0.111.s'1.. :e:I
0.115. LOPs' .11II"' '.' Can II\j
of chicken liver and corn I-I.JI. WOMANTo
ring I* a tempting and substantial -

930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota brunch MENU dish. S Psnenel NctlcHfor small live children.In, care Nice for home.two

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owe. Diol MIl 5-4705 salary. Call
Chicken Liven Eipagnole for wumat. Oulbori .......,.
Corn Cake Ring TSTmu MU 8-3583
QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES Mixed Green Salad .....11'AlI"a.BTAII".. 507'.rno.d 55.5 .Ives.n

Oil and Lemon Juice ll1I- II41. UNIOH HAIR a'raanr teat eve
LOlli' SLIP Cover ehoa. 505 da him otrlUt Iloa'a airllotaalon
Strawberry Chiffon Pie 005.1501 555075. On.Out. .. IB tho MkU amhiaUWANTKD
FIRST Coffee Tea Milk ... koauraada, sIlo ....... .ODDI. Ceo"' .
CUT PORK .. ... "
Amman ourtain -
CHICKEN LIVERS ..I.... rode cod .*.I&II.t.ar0.... Hundrtdi CORI Hrl. Most bo i.Cbalot :
ESPACNOLE ol oamploa la onoooa IrojAUTO .. n Drln-tn. U3t 14.5

(s to 8 servings) Cluu nAN II V R e 15 0 b.... Tampa Hlitiw.CAttMURTYPUT. Pin dl r. a*

2 1-01. packages fronn 5045epssIM. stSnt55.,,_slow II112OJ. MU hour. Paid neatlon. PomnaarMnatlla.
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3 slice bacon, diced ol i.., INUURANCa- .. ....,..H.d..P an aiflitlonUil ... n.
M cup butter or margarine .. to aar. Call MU S-.4IM I
1 cup frozen chopped green DODYI AIIIUCS.. 3CJI NorthFlorida. IN DEBT!
OOIDI tut af btnlaoMPauorai
CMOPS 2 peppers loa II*. .ultoai, ataBKLAODO A little more money make
Vi pound fresh mushrooms x. '
sliced : -OIVKt: lait.nl rollol lot of difference. Easy
Hi teaspoon alt lor Aithma and. Bar furor, modomonitratlon ,dignified part or full timework
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1 cup catsup 5 .. Lea .1.....,. lad 0455 trim004. .
Lb. Vi cup water 11.5,5001.. UI W. ...,..hDrl. 'Write AVON ManagerP.
Defrost chicken livers by ...
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TRIAL OKFIHI Alt UlO loll valor
moving unopened carton to
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refrigerator shelf for ( hours 0U1ll... (oft Witor SorviooANTED or
or overnight. Rinse and drain .bone .IMI-I.II. Call 682-4137
GOOD STALL FED STEER BEEF FRESH PORK thawed liven. la skillet, : ANt kind al talinAeU ,
FRESH GROUND Uiit doublt ...,.rr.d. (uln' Lakeland
bacon until crisp. Add butteror band .IU> union wanted. All.
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FULL CUT CLUB TENDER I* onlor toatott rlaio
and melt. Add
margarine II.. &. Phono MOM1. .
NECKBONES livers frozen green peppers,, $4 Help Wanted, Male

BEEF Saute It to 11 minute until Po0ralIt RII.", ca' P. O.
B.. ..>, Lakolanatwo .
liven are done stirring oc 14 Bulldlne, Cerentrln NO I X paR II C. ...51,541Yl11elns

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... catsup and water And add to *, SB montrw b* aar aVSOonlraiUni MISS be magtl.d cod Mtw.se as.le .
Companr. liuurodPhono cod 40.boil.. .aoM" fnInntn1.w
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low flame, stirring to blend .... MV -lo... r. ..a.. .. ...
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CHUCK RUMP ALL-MEAT well for 8 minute more. CAIu'rn rLa.: BLOCK and ark.kk. 5,5 II' ..bll... ."55, 555 b..
Cake ".,Ida _. 3004 _II. .. tho aaoo of 11 and ...
Serve In center of Corn IIU 5-ion. _lid I. ..
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) ROAST ROAST STEW : 10 .000 a roar Plus top f rlniaKite
IOe Ring.CORN with Polk Oouatr'. ......
CAKE RING 17 Ixl.rmlnafln| m. Chr''l.r-Plrmotita ....... As.5p .
In ..'.. to Mr. O c Htm,
2 10 oi. package frozen 411 North Plorldo Anise

.49c lb. 59c Ib. 69 Ib. Lb. ) cup kernel packaged corn biscuit mix TERMITESARE

2 tablespoon sugar SWARMINGCALL

Vi teaspoon poultry seasonIng *
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BUSH'S FINE FOODS FLA. GRADE A LARGE 1% milk I SIMON u ..".. ui Mtrool ,
cup I Sour homo .. prus0Is
2 medium eggs well beaten ...10. of roaeboo lad aato. Prio*,
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4 t roam
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G.NBEANS I tablespoons oil or melted .. '.00. I ...... ...n.oo, T
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Let frozen corn defrost In 11000.CALL .
SPECKLED BUTTER BEANS EGGPURE 5 unopened container; drain

C well. Combine biscuit mix, Whisk Chemical Co.

B-E PEAS sugar and poultry seasoning.
Beat milk Into eggs and add MU 6-1356

PINTO BEANS oil or melted shortening. Add NEEDMONEY

I I liquid mixture all at once to 21 (
dry Ingredient and blend all
BABY BUTTER BEANS C together. Stir In corn and mix n.P1INDULI ...,.
51505(5 550 551.0011. Me01o5.
In batter.
evenly L0mM. CO.P55r. 100
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mold. ALL TYPe .Ml...51111
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GREEN BEANS .....,.. 100I. wps4n.d or r.pl11aCoy'I
Bake In hot oven (400 degrees RstI.s ...5 sM.s Ms111.
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STANDARDTOMATOES Doz. until golden brown. SELL
'I Unmold while hot on a plat- 24 Plaster< St cc*

Can ter and fill center with Chicken PLAaTSrltNO. PATCirtNO aowoolllaio.
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GIANT '3f SubmarinesIs 27 Amln'"loUllpln.'

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(AP) South Items
Jar 3 Ibs. 29c FABFLORIDA Core*'* top naval officer said 16 lewnmewtri t Service

Tuesday he has asked the RCPAIRI ON all ai.a. Is.04. ....-
United State to provide more awl Small ......... Proa .....

antisubmarine warfare equipment mars .4.P.lOt NorW.,.. .oablo....... AatoBooirla A... WithA
to meet a growing submarine Phaaa MO "- ::101.

OR HERSHEY'S The visiting Korean chief of 'sttrtis KsnetsllniMATTKBM

naval operations Via Adm. ItmOVATINO Ita -
Lee Mung-the., 39, told torrMo. Aro II.".... OoavPhooo
SUGAR _,. MO .-...1.
conference the best present estimate -

are that: (1) North Korea 49 Wills Psmpe

1959c has more than two Soviet

5 59 I Cel built medium submarines; (2) LIT row .MONTOOMUIT oU .... ...1.11 roar wage.inn wnwak

Lk 2 Communist China has 32 or .PhoM MO U. S M :M ioj.Sows w par LEDGER
more and (3) the Soviet Union
5 lb. Limit With $5.00 or Mere_Purchase Bag has more than 100 submersible EMPLOYMENT

I baled at Vladivostok and Dal-

ren. 52 Help Wasted

WESTERN PORK SPAREflies NAYS OI'lNItQ' f5' tollowlns ... WANT
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Hyacinth _......Mhlor. larotro erne and
1101. .1..5 a.I. AI. 11-40. A.Pd .
Control CenterTo ...,_ 011... Mon ......

TOP NOTCH-CocllaU kartoador
Be Started oplr alter 100 p.. our kali- AD
land Coo toq Lo...... Plant CV,

ror Groundbreaking a new Hyacinth Control ceremonies Cen- TO PROVEWE

ter and warehouse building on ARE BETTER

Lake Parker will be held Thurs- THAN THE REST DIAL
lay afternoon at 1 o'clock by

M Hyacinth Control Division of Put Us To The Test
he: Florida Game and FreshWater

Fish Commission
Officials and those attending
he ground -breaking on the CHOICE.
northwest shore of Lake Parker

wilt meet at 2 o'clock at the
regional office of the controls- AM City EmploymentRm.
lion at 2202 Lakeland Hills
208. Arcade BId,.
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EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 61 MortgagnJUY 99 Roots, Motors Supplies 116 Automobiles. For Solo 121 Mobile Homes 130 Furnished Houses 13 Mirf.rHls.od Alr 144 Acreage L.,Fo Sell

34 Help Wanted, Mill 56 Salesmen BUILD .eoll refinance. PNud PLO,! BOATS now sold dtroctWllobooole MS OIIBVT II. Mr oendtUooMautomatic pica CLEAN 2. h.u..I.IIo TWO BEDROOMS oomplolole AtOOM'. 000 tlMM H Mr* AaartmawUekeland LAND eared BDt aloe-land.1110 IM Mm par eoau-
VA norta-aiu PIlot IIor" pwlOeO 11 lo 93. PlatePtbrcniaos tranumeelon radiohealer IBIO. Ioulh Sf Solon Pork on urnuhed 419 Wait ..1m.. Ml oattle ranch fanned-
1 140
TRIO .UROIIIY halo Roottod. IALBBMAN WANTED: for hone .lace Corp of Florida. Ml S Plor- Boat Companr Lako Unted -. '1,180. Call 515 .1 Grow Trallor Cltjr toe month Drive br, Inert toll 555.40 MMB. LIBOUS .crooe acre fenced and 1M4IMohulei

.1Im""',"., .P..I..ced Droderrod dallosrr. wo JI-M C.I..loopI" ..41. Ave. MTJ 4-3131. 1..411.1it. 005.1143.It. boa BKYUNE, 10'HO' Two bod.r..m. II O...Loll. Dloki Realtr, 1011 en Cora H aorec

Call .33.3430 .,... 4 vs..nperlsso.d. oomnnr MntflU. hoiplUIition LOCAL SEASONED I'". morace .. CABIN cruleer. 10 HP Me.- m.lleI. Coor orodtkl. .. Irani kltthon, Boll ooulUtrado Coat .In.' phono-MU 11113TBRBB TWO ImlY ... I. 050051 oilS MM ItMO .. 3M atna

oalT MInI. ...... croup lilt. aooldont and > 13 non to MOOD Too Uo : ..... "nw in 840 d'.a. 00001150Us.d .r for 'lot or bASSO 1Mraieoo ROOMS couple or with; : : :: 8 head of oal ontr M040I.
...,I..CIfCI. Call \.DII. WoIDO ..,. nniui Apply aord..'. Dial, 'otlon phono 4U4IIIMORTOAOEa f:tie I'O';paroMnVo, SftrViJi Care -..... Clnlo Lako boor ParkLaboland abr, utllltiM optional Heat boa : LookS.. ':' .r 3,0 acree. .from Or.
... 07004.PARTLY
44 I. Win Ornos MU 4-3810 __ Rlshwarrontate
.. .,33. and etero
.. 0.
OttO for lBtrvllorthKenUllkr'I. PtmOKABIvS' W. M MOA Roadilcr Ni... ,1Ood. _ _ _
IOJ Furnitvro & Appliances Cream puff. MMsen PI.m. MU fOil GALL h..IIo' nnd.rc.S'o30' DIXIELAND DUPLEX Ideal. foroouplo PURN1SNBD locus. two SOlO lino .. .
will bur lood Turn
PART TitlE Thbua. ....*.. martaioo Lolo R.
LootS Wonted or
Work Call bedroom .41 O Grdnr.
131 South Tonneenot
8' anrmnePW llSO W"I Dormtbo .14'1. II. eduo.
lnl" sum "
ill to i. roar paper "laodl MU 1.1101 ,rnl xlult But .'. Rcall*. IOU Mi.
Plorlda MU or Lo"
.ilorlcs.e' Corp, 101 South To""- I TRIUMPH 005d.borr., 0aI- 051.7530.cs.so. .P' ,tone 41133PIVB
FOR local PM I. ThACTOR WORK .olld MO.' 000100 Avenue. 413-4173. fIns for ..... Call WInier 1I..n VAN DYKE 10.iM., air oondlUener EVE* ROOM 00 M
lIon opportunity. ",OlIO. Fuller.rsOtr01 Ion Slid dinoini Oil itliitlIlSOOt.QudrO .. SLIGHTLY i nr 3....... GOod eooditionM awnlnt and. aarporl, PollsiqOtppod. air oMdltlonor b'... ii uNPMSMIII000 du Ion. ACRE tracte. Set down. .
.nr.. Writ... L.tol..d sorrtno. : sstl.olus HolidayONE ........ Phone 005-3500. 505 gibe,. lId 50.0100. Oft 0-I I month. Mel, Rudr Realtor.
...41.... 5.. 00453. I Fend L 54031WI 1* HORTICULTURE I 1100 "AVLT. MUll toll. 1.210 .r 'II ParkBinot, JDno til. I Memor al Bird MU 4-4101
lit HOOM .
DAMAGED 1 toot off. Call MU 3.11.. .3.11
..A".IIIWAIITID: ADPI 1030LsUt.ol DO tractor work. d!> TWO oleow. quIet WHO NeTW near ooUoneohoou CHOICE BUtLDIrKJ atto. HITS
Silt ..1'41.MAlf SiObiOti landicaplni Alto. OID':1: 71 Fertilizer Feed Soil PORD 1041..,. V-4. clean. IM. MU 0.0514.0007'TIPOtb.T ThIs U Iht sloeot two, los. dlreoUr behind 1MO Cleve-
,lII dlrl ItraMnablo. '963 14' refrIgerator-freezer1 1.11. Pt4 Chevrolet Inloor '181. ONLY I bedroom apartment In Lakeland and Helihle S-vd. Call MU .
.....131. Wait Oak Avenue and Kathleen PUIONI001D, olrcoodi000nod Qk noon. conditioned. Mt 11110OVB .
GROUND PEAT muck Peat ..41 combination with freezer MO 30010Ml fin homo .I b"I", 01.
; a room
CARE roll children In mr homo.,lOll ..Ia... Located anne a Maw NEW 48'xlO' Two bloDke Lake HolllnieworUi,: I. ranii ..d '' elcotfie LAND 1 i ...pIns
HlPWANifD[ sos .... Call MU I 3113 ,Pat ONeal MU i-4431 the bottom. Retail value PORD B poaoencer .._.. 110, don Baaltr. IM-4011 .n, y.1 fInd non on pi.I and oaki. ."UI"u land.
.. .
V-4 automatic. air conditioning
JUNIOR WEST all Lawn Service CLEAN PHOSPHATE land for $400 $250 cash buys it One bedroom P. 3..11 arm MttlM lint .
or .. .
Extra clean. Private owner SMALL NICELY fnrSinlOSd lOVELY SOW ... bod'.... duPlel UK Poe aoro
.10 T
and eprarlni houee weehlni and lawn AIM land and dirt for fill "M.1KKIHI .. Adulta osIr. NIl .I ll. BM R t.
make of $1029 .2. til. belli.
roeianable toNo.00.500 0..
.. ntlni. Phono MTJ "132'. If no I D..... MU 4-3014 payments $4375R do. *
....., MU 13100 114 creuont CIKVnOLtT V... four door Mull Itlo HUTU R. O Uli or Mar l a
Drive. Lakeland Plorlda. COW Plltnt.1Z1I.1... 110 month with no down pay hardtop blair radio. hooter I 131 for Rent Mlscollonooei M 1-5554. loki luaitr loll Mala
a load Call Jameo Price MO S. ment. automatic. MIS. 401 Carver hono .11.
COMPANION OR hounokesO.r..nnd ,, & B MOBILE HOMES 0000550 TI Noom .1..1110
sod rood lOOk.IIU SHoot C O M M I RCIAL RESIDENTIAL '" around floor PAOT005 LAND 400 _
1.1340.roorton.s J. W. "AVY flU dIrt 81. reel.OpsIIrs 8a CllBVROI.ET Ito oars. two 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. urnlehed ot unlurnlehod ronloJo .l.,ocr market downtown.Adult .. SoIl. SOItO Ol000or. _I.
\ ..... plosophoto sandCall Phone 682-0161 4100' I ,11041. .1510. anal .ood Mel Rudr loll Baal Memorial .*. 003.4413.LAKSi.Al50S Hoar Plant' City CoIn
WANTED BY """ltnwd miutunt ... _MU_1-70B8 .condition 411-KM. after I p.m. Lakeland Florida 10' .."1... '11 auo Iwrmi 3D* down
WARDS down cultlni barkrunlru 0' I NEWEST. larss.t It U oartfnor R. O Uto
GROUND PEAT 13 cubic rard ayard. A'AlTMJ. and btomt two 004,54otoort- .
I. Call mil-llll or IrlClC SoS K. UU Dlckl ,.
.19.2SP1. Baiel Pent Companr 4.11Jkeland VACUUM C1.IANIOO .buill. ... 117 Automobiles Wonti. 11. I.nl.h. m.nta for 060111.. e.01 hoot Oil ..ho... _"133.
NEW AUTO Mllli Blvd III.1714.E o..dIU.ned n... Re".I". 00,11. 124 Tracks Trailer bedroom countrr .UI'I sad ISclootiti '
W ANTID' LAWN mowins. nocIronies. Or..II.ld 1100"1. 313a CIt..I""dH."hlo Dow 050lIrs SouUialde .. rio... 00.0 o.ilc... LARGE ATTRACTIVE hllletdeoverleokloi
roan houlln. New 72 E Flowers Seeds Plants 11.41. NO 05100.01PP.IOIOAI'ORO. HI1-19M. OtIS POe mootb. 0-os.I 1.11. Lake Olboeo.a .
loae rollD was trucO 04N0Mark'n
SERVICESTATION .ulom.nl 0.0,0001,10 Call MO2.1,14N W A S 000brotorh CASH FOR YOUR CARPcndirtrlt Tr.dl. Pose 0001 NobTornpo la.u.Ut W. paved itreeu. boat .

conditioner, Allmao. 132 Hoists Apart. Homes skI S000U. 182"to'
air ate Hlshws5. MU 119HIatlon Unfurnished Houiif
roll IALB A rriraowiot.In. .U Chotrolol will I
tee, colon. Art ficlelenle orros- repaired Prompt otpernrloe. 1 buy pour ear U Iti .1_ 0000015 vAN. .a8. A ...1 d.. EAb BAHOAINII Hoar "" .e
FINANCIAL .. MU I V04Q No Sundom .. Boo ui 0crondnsodop.pli0000i iocOdohlo ..r.h.,... Oood oondl. PARK AVENUE Hotel center ol fuml.hed I end ..d. amall trael ot land up uaom
The followlni, ponlUono will .be .11... rour Kelvinaior and CAR PAYMENTSTOO tin,, V., .o..ml..1 tr.ns0.r. town. Lake w.I. For clean IIno .AU"any Rod 10 ooao with houoa,
I 1te..1.
None dealer. Nlto Dar TVdo.cliaooero. Low monthlr. woOl. dallratoo with ohado. mil down
Lakeland aloes : b..I.
open at our new : U50 Blopoe Ml 3761 Memorial BI.
62> Builneis Opportunltlei 1330 Auburndalo Rd. lor retired and worklnimen 1 Call .. Ttiomaa,
Tiro chanirrbee //73 Foods, Fruits, Vee/fblei, 110 .217. HIGH? Food available '11. .I.hl M75Mi Borl ftodion

Mend men full tints and CHOICE BUSINESS and Inooml 125 BUMS ONPORNI8HED DDPLEX I bedroom -, R"I. MaillOIB8ON .
part time ,...iruee Mel Old. LMLARealtor ORANOES.: ORAPEPRUIT: Picked I 33 Mobile Homes carport I blocks eohoollSouUiialo
PAftE. AttracUto
1121 B. Memorial Bled .ilr. Wo .-,... Downer ',l- Pondanli Chorrolet will par off 000. lilt Carolina le
Tune up men our lalo model ear and load O.m BUSES lor .. .. Eonool or uw lota. Larn *oo Part Unto mechenllBeat MO 4-4101 rawr Road Are Bavlmi Their coo Homo In oca rou oaa afford. cltC tree pord. Choirolet UMO NOW MODEL 10' .141. mobil. 8.0407 or SMOXHOTHKCI ...., and color la. Oood 10'....

cover Inelallcr 2 COIN Laundrlea, 40 waehore. II FRUIT POR SALB Bw or bueh SEMIANNUALTRADEIN Boo Mr KueooU ..... International Prom IBOOP ,hums. T. bodroom., lronl 0100kIn. BEDROOM with carport 1'11 Land Companr __.
d.m, Eioollent .location both 01. AlsO ihlpped Wooler Prull: Contact H. R. Lewie. 411itouth la small mobile Near SOT North Meauohueette (71moattl HAVE LOTS Mudulla. _
Muffler and lube men 11710. John I Brennan, Real tand. 3601 North Florida. '81.: CLEARANCESALE PENDARVISCHEVROLET Intraham Annuo, MIOS 1 hopplni center And p.: linohone Cool Brawn MU -1911IM 1 od oil' walor.In. 78 loot '\lol
10'. 8< 4103ra 1011. 4MH6IUFree Also
Liberal bonrf Plan lwciudifls '
tl4 .1.
....... and retlnwnent plan. Paid TRAILER PARK. a. ....... I UIlIiD SCHOOL b._. 00041 500.. 110Dtl010 two b.dr.cm 45.pIrs. Wxuido .. bitnhoe5030340
voretloni. Immed" dlMount ( lere and now S bedroom bouio 76 i landscaping UP TO IM 01,00. Prom IJII up MU 2M24I -I Wooded lots MorUuldo 11,woDoolrablo .
prlvlleiei nit arroo. 130.000. Writ nun TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE North Lincoln Annuo Rent 'tI' 10.114 hobo (3.1
M.aal. Lokeland Led..,. HARDY SOD CO. FOR JOUR OLD BEDROOM 910 N. Florida A'.. I TWO ibroo b.drooms, II.a. up .. ... .

CONTACT MRS A. CUYLM DP TO I3S WANTED CLBAN '11 Ie 'SI mod. 10,50 ..h..to.... b. or will build W lull. OM4M1AMVILU
HOME POUR rental bib, com Reollhr Lawn Oraeeee .r. :* RENTALS Free .
PERSONNEL MANAGERMontgomery .leulr furnlehed Good locatIon OlsilcI PlovIlo TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 0006.1. COIl Mil 5.7511. 1.ALZLANO IIHLAND Dus
'In Country Club Etlatu. J401 ESTIMATE TWO bedroom H..h. Ifo
PAY C.BH for pIckup .I".k
Ward Everett: .83.2.11. OP TO MO 1111 April 1 I clooou. .looo to) d"PI'"il 01_ ..rr." lo
... PI._ II.mll.Cro.
ando 11 m.dsl. Soil
in N oilmore MTJ 4-4011. TRADE ALLOWANCE MO 3-1111. 28 BusIness Places for Rent la central Florida moot ultramodern : Inquire I 111 Palmetto.2.1 booN rend. 1-1:

117 N. Kentucky Ave. I.TRACTOR., eredinl WORK and .Mowlni. .. ... dl.....- roti tOUR OLD APPLIANCE; CLaN IN o Olo.k eor or piclup .lei nubllhemo park H E 5 1IROOI Oouthtldi. PARK lots in Lakoounu
!lallio: In mood eeodlnv and Bradn UP TO no or old. CoIl I8W.... Wild POll RENT or loaeo. bulldlnt II rule U obllhomo rench todar 1110 1 John I. with 1400 namod Ukii,
9:30.4:30NAN : : INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY .. 111.1411. IIP.1131. TRADE.IN ALLOWACCI 1'82 sill II..."' 1212 Bouth FlorIda Are oorneeet all dir facllllloa on mln ralM, B..o. l....,. 114 W. .Sins Ilihui Pair ol 1 no
FOR. YOUa OLD DINETTE : Beimar Can bo mod for an, .. all pew recreation .. 8110J. down '10 monUi S3M UllMr
plU b"UdiD
ANTED OLD junk sirs or now kind of bllll..... Plontr Parkin.aco let MoOs non tbolco todarClooo .
INSTRUCTION Boo Thoio Special ValucoW.S.BADCOCKCORP. roeke. for oath. Prompt pickup Juet a row blotko from IT'S ALL NEW RINT: OR Mil. .1 lr conditioned. to "..IB. ehurchoo and
EXPERIENCED In ..".- ., Colt Black. e|].6901etal southern Collrio. Call Berturek beautiful Ihr bedroom. Uvlni. now tohool boat ruhto lowatorwav
honilnt houoehold looda and MO I.3071I dinuw. room. South aide. oOBnoetlnt obala otlario
tnliht >l>to .... oiporunco sod 14 Schools WILL PAY. ...b 10. emma oar., i Drive Out Today To fl.178.nHEI Inland I.. Halaoo Crook.
..Iar,. Writ DuO r.2.0. Uki S.." .u.lul .0r'ln. II pinbup 07 or older. MO 04405WE BEDROOM 140 month and oooan ill.. Cut olLMiburi
Ilnd 10041..,. .... II B FLORIDA AVt.-1380 Soot CIRCLE M .II.
FIrst al of .tI.ndHIOH FLORIDA LARGEST and meet Main "tore cod Wtrehoueee PAY $10 .11 tIc onb ears Fl. like now air conditioned Lo. ud 111 W..1 Ill1741 or two Dll.. W.>t otTatarao
0-cl plrt Toobl'8 0000 and
PlorldaMulberrr 00. on OB Hwr. turn
IAlmlllaS 4" nor modern beautr eohool Lakeland Ino Ml.3111. Spool la Ideal location neit to Crook
North to Halnoa lib
Professional 00005 paid 000nIorl, Beauty Collece. US E. Pino .tCompletelr I tore Scorn Polk Thoator and ...... from MOBILE HOME TWO ho".. lOrwlpp010106. 1.
BEDRI mIles to nal oitato Brownor
remodeled air oondltloned 0 ... Wep rn .U,. Prt slice Now Polk Poderal bulldlnl Pereel In.ulr. UJ2
U a Bulk. los 7M
Insurance 11I8URm SAFETY hm a V., ample parking MO I-4H13 Art until Dip IOpen Wodneodarror 121 Mobile Homes for lawron. oto Ownora will This Wek'. Special WHO OU. .r.Plorlda Phono M3>1170.To

OG..ram..1 A..nc AIR CONDITIONING refrlieritlon 50,1101 OSapac S to soil 'oquir.moot. .- 040 FAIRWAY Near Lake Parker.
mon needed Wo train ,.u. 101.11 PlorldaLakeland ctorca aorrlni TItAIIoIA IIALIB ...IaI.. \DI",. II. W. .Ioc:...... rb... NewS' Two bedroom block horn.. DIuotM
NO FLUCTUATION Write Commercial Tradoe Inetlule anca. storson. porta. .""pll... 20..nrod. 188.3133. Rent or .. .. MU -11IU.
Jacksonville Fla. NO INVII8TIUIIT TEES Ion Mill Lakeland Led Amclato Store bOaded loch and natiowoltn00000rlors. x W ROYCRF' 1 ACRE LOT
Ill No. Plorlda .... Jack'.. nlo an TOIRIS'SZDHOOM. two both.vsrr .

Will several ....d.... WIll Treat Toil PJlht" ampa Huhwar. MTJ 11031.TRAN8nRRSD. 129! $4995 01005. Soutltaide. MU ..18'
place agents Furnished Apartments
roots BEDROOM h...... Dllloud Close In SE Lakeland
LIVESTOCK WNKft : mostooa
and one area manager In FIRST FEDERAL | 150 West Ariana St
II I 10 Itoial, loeatfd lot nur P Olflw and ...-
new offices in Lakeland. STEREO THEATRE 81 POI -""'- Oordono Mobile URNIBHEO OR anfurnlihed prtM Open 7 Days 9 8 P.M. corr .Io. 1024 South Ton Hard Road Water
SI Dogi Cots Pots Park. 0511300.CLEARANCE. .. bath .."..... Uloo M n. 1-4114 Cit
Manager will receive salary REPOSSESSEDThe tU
500 00 ....Ihl'. Nanoei Apart.PPER Ideal For

overwrite and com mis- SAVINGS BOAftDINO 1I0LLY Esosola kind. SALE ...nl.. MU 04448.. CLEAN MODERN furnlehed houeorallera THREE BIDRY. li furnaoe bathoeparau ,
finest of Its Big or Otherwise
.Ions. Guaranteed of $433.34 Chris sod T.d Vim An.a. los.MuIhornS Oa oIl Sew 10 006 ao .141... TWO bcdroome11,1.. oottaiee Good llvlntoondlllono boat, carport, cood 1.lla. Dloluid *-
AND LOAN ASSN. III.b..,. Phoa. MO screen TV. stereo record 0-Ic.. Cut T. 'Ilts 5000 room kitchen, bath, todar aloeou Dtllltleo' furnlahoduo Ktchen do.irod .

potential of $900 monthly. 2"3. player. AM.FM radio. Takeover Mona 10 rOI"m. eI''oo ...alllDEE'S I 1r0 sarotoro.. bus. Adullo. 1114741APAHlMENTB JI'... .1 IU 10 ."'1,. M3 4-0031. '1 pw monm .. M t ONLY ONE I

.... INOT&L APARTMENTS ... sod
BETTY' SCOOtS fI\1. Pro-
See district manager Howard OF IAKEUNODowntown l..olon.1 ..ooml... 1"41.. pup.pion. low balance on small two ..... 1ID'0"lUll.. fur. '0111 BEDROOY ruralh.d I.U'I. THREE BIDROOI. IU .o ud

Blackford Siesta Motel un 10101.50 "" .d. Ibop.8OJ04lfB. with alob.... 01.1. _.. 1800 If.. for root, Call rrl."I. .ollD ollnde Very $250 dn $
'West on Route 92.akeland" ] Croons at Tonnoceooulomobllo Rem. 88..1d28. monthly payments your MOBILE I HOMES Toaro Sl.hws,. 'I. accepted, MOnqutre .0 mO
trade. 134 Mobile Home lots Bverevt Block. MU .-
ell w. W.b..b lII'O 54000 5010010010
worrs GERMAN .b.ph.rd. atalo at
Wednesday 2to ,G,... r..k' Cr..1 Lobo 0,1w. U1 00005 ...... 820'
for .. .r MUd sod whit r. 10'dO'. Too bodroom. T.Oo.oo.o. .bl.
6 P.M. it hinodombroot I 1001.. InC ..I.. l'tes.onihlS. 500- I Ca116820161TV lola .NASHUA. frost kllebm. v." no.6AudItIon. lII'O ..I.... LAKE BONNY Pour 'I Mobile'THREE B&DROOMS two bathe.. KIRK McKAY
Park Now loon In ..
8981. Ho. I. air homo
OP" 2,100.. Phone
loeolr brand now .. .
HUn drr Munlcl .. .
UTtER OP a.rmaa Ib.ph..dp."I. BAROAIN&. COmpl"l ... 'U-21M. four room We bath ..".... LtolIDd. water and .. client .4141' 8ulb.ld. I1U Phone 686-3241
Service Bmlnne Dots .. for lois II PO0C Own boOS and .u..1Ied 53005 and floor three room etudlo. eletlrlcboat 110"1 "o. nark IU.lt. .tJI.
56 Soltimin ,... meter but Unee Block
111 000. 110000 downuilneu .
.pp AI..DII.llnd'l .... tint .
Pros Initallatlon floor .
p"o'. C.m. Sod 1st Ihom. Pow.er's n. MTJ 4-4134 sow 0... Park Bhopplnff C.n. BRAND HEW throo bedroom
corner. near .....Io.a. Doir.. Ooliooop Rood.O5AUTIFVL \. beet 110.. In now or ONE ONLY rooa 500000 sod balll. WIlI-\oo to,. Good Isbn fuhlni and boatUif homo Hand .Bouth>at. Shop- DittOING 701130. doothCrratai
PULLER BRUSH man ....... $23,MO. CN It9t. : OIRY"N Welrnoroorn eod TV at sIlo ft Dar TV. 1130w wilt omepotlel. SarI, Amerl.aa Small pete. 1040 North Crretal pint echoole al 0100. Clark. I.. f
P.1 .
..., (100 a soot In this area Trailer Park appro 4. acroa. DUPP'''. 0'b wIcks old M.I., Auborwdsio. "" .d.. 011o. tW o topm. NEW 50x10' urnltura, aduiu. 141 Sooth luoSouUl ..... Drive. MU S-1413PIVE loalttv dled. 13100 _"II.
Do Soup You can oinoct to earn JHOOonralOKont. MU 5.0175.ELOCIRIO .... '
hat much to .1.... Call tl..4C49 Homo. 111.100. Will 838. Femslss .025. 'B.2. 1120eoulh DITbO 0000115 Pork. 4000: "'. 140 Wonted T. Rent Mite.NflO TWO ACRE! homoelto. low ..II. .
4PM. to aoo It non non ouall FlorIda.TINY .TOV' 05105. model 2 bedroom ATTRACTIVIILV FUIINIBH&D .n. .. 5ihwa,. Lad. d" lll.MII.I"al N..1 alt,. MO down 111 ... .
r 9 for_ doalorthlpi.tlon radcoffco TOY Torrl... S monlbt ltd.Mals .111I Crs host '."bI. 0..... LIke and two Ioodroom "anm.a. 10. m.lI.. .. Burl Broker. 4IM11X
Shop '2a. -. 2-1'198.. n. MU 1-4103 Florida. Photo MO 3-3181. p110no. 002-2072. ATTRACTIVB -

LOCAL DI.TRIBUTOR. .r boos.11014 .- .t BLOND MAHOGANY table ..41 $3790R bId B DUPLEX: and son.,. aarl.maot. ACRES huh well and Motto ., nlibod or ro pro
ippilooess h. Opislos I.rd'roel ENNAN ..., 145 Buslnns
P.II boUt ehalra d.... window boo Water furnuhod. eeetonal ,11 Par
92 LlVlltack. .
s000id.r.d..I..man.Dud Port bar'.round 11m. .110 in-1 JOHN Want. i floor fan. floor lamp Two 10. It B MOBILE HOMES .. 1033 Cumberland MU Near 1-1014 eolto tank spans. paved. 880.road .Oodsord.o tut. Clark -,. enroll Pr.rTAM.

to Hon P.aio. Lakolandtulldlng IInallorLMLA45041n3DIRECTORY WANTED; A r.. d.lrr 50(115 'D'; etan kllndo. 113-1474 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. REAL CLSAN "....,. Two odulto, LAKELAND OARDENS Mnblioloom. HIOBWAT IM: I '
Led.... kind Will par top eaeh. prlooPowora IBLIICTROI.UI: VACUUM .1...... Lakeland Florida o. .10. MooS ... In .P..I.II. Park. two mlleo vet! .sOros. REAl ESTATE want oiler John 21.
i D..._,. MTJ o-Oua .m.I,1I otAohwsmtl Sno.Oontcooditloo. 1 After_ "u 1144 OakhlllMALL PAId and Old Tampa DOS Realtor la W.., Mob B
'r"I". $35 MU
50. rtlR'U.H.D 011 "OIl Srnsloh.d0O Hlchwar Recreation hall ihufleboarde lots RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL,
MERCHANDISE .1207. CAM IQ: O.LOR. 0055 1118.1Ch..Io' 100"111"1 Lsks ...r..... 18J laundrr facllllloo. Paved 14 Mobile Home ndiieUrlal tote. Ollee all ..- 1010
BUSINESS SERVICE TWO BTOVIIB. .n. .....Im..1 pleku. v... .ulo..I' Lab. Mo'loa 0.1.. .boa. MO3.J8&1. ro..... LlhlD. Modern .. Rud,. Ull B. N..I
1 also. and I.. 10' boo... Ooo ....r\- loll power and ar oondltlonlnt 2081. YOU'L ENJOY living on four 1..lr.'.
m.n' ... MU I-Moo Otto, .. EI Dorado camper with irons In Lakewood Trail &BI.e I
95 Bicyclss Motorcycles noolnblo o,'ra. LUU for IT 000' ON. BEDROOM ....lmeal. ao.- BHADY LOT ool.rd. mod UtM. Lario toll paved INDUSTRIAL TRACT .dl
I HIDS.A.IID r., .10. 1:10.: C.II nor prloo SolO M Ml 1110 Chovrolot I I. decowilod even 010_ Phone .ra ..m., and all itllltlM Two CroSS Poodi ... .
TRIUMPh AND Tomolto 50150 ,14.1171. pickup ant new Iron MO 101180. oh...,. and .laundrr. Clean rent- block laoS ol Laos 1r1.1.. on AocO ."b..'. Railroad MO.000. .

'sod ....10.. ...." ..lIrUno'mod.l. 3 COMPLETE rooms good (made. Loaded with ""II. Lieu MODERN apartment 01' trallere. Three mllet Bait II'bone Junalo street follow .., B.Edward .ha t. B..an. Xooatw laa.

., borIs mod.1 mesa for M too our prIce not. U. I.... .1...... I., adulto. 114 &IIILlmoa. 505.4045. Hol..,. ir. Roaltorand .
FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE i '0<'. L.'I.od Cross eo.. 711WOsS furniture $199.95. Payments 1 '.'. 1M4 Yellowetono trailer. Phono MU 11130Huehlni .. _. MU t-Hi. .EVIN CNMII 1 two
M.m.rlol. .82.ne8. cooopb010. II..... four. Brand new, Rooms For Rentnablo loot
WHEN YOU NEED ITI! I TRIUMPH .ao .. .nd TrIumph'only $11.SO per month. n... II113 our prleo SnIp II.4>t DUPUX. NEAR ..n... porohm, 15 blo.Porksr Strost. ""."..
964 Carouool _.... Mow. lleto pocd 50011 obild 180. 740
I LA000
200 00. 'loot 5060.0 runsinSeoadltinO POLKTRADING ROOM .1.05. osor boo. TREEEXTRA Poobans.
Re.oonlbl ...leed. .82. for II.Ml. Ban 1100 b.... 19*. MU I30S9month O'.U'I.n proforrod. Prlet
Appliances I tawnmaW.r Repairs 1381 or 010-4043. MART Q'por .IID,,'. Mew, lists lo, PURNI8HED APARTMENTS: Wi. MU 1-1341. .
691. Our prloo snip ..... Dick It, mod n.hlo formInhod .to po, TRAILER LOTS
Soft PROMPT ripalrs oa N!ci.. LAWNMOWER: III1PAIRINO.: Saws S.It-MIIc New Auburndale Highway Auto ...... 1011 Slit Main 411 N. Vormont ONE ROOM for lentleman Dlo USE UDGH
...10'.. wuhirs m..hln. mdosollonos. .nd Molt .h.r..nrd. Bu, and 97 Articles Fur MU 3:044 mreot 0-0,. MU 1410. leland area CaU MU) SEE
.. soil TIIrlll C10n.asIwlo. soIl sor.rs. XIDoo. 1211I Lanlo"YO COTTAOI AND front 500cimonl. PRIVAn SNTRANCI. .10b.l.
Doo.r..a" '''''111. "2Jto.I AUCTION SALE horn.roll ..BALE 10..10': two with' tarae tern oabanaoAd Bobll loan round and couple well. no lurnlehed peta-children wool. Owls bnd.. C.n..nl..a.ho. LOT #26, #27, #4 CUSSIFfD ADSCLASIIFI100ICPtAY

Every Saturday, 7:30 p.m. "" oitrn bodroom on private deal for retired tourut 113 E B"I. 00 bus 1100.MOO .
Auto Repolrs Service Moving A Storage 104 ftos Oil. Foil trio bill II... ...II.n' ....dl. Lemon. 413.1434. on Reynolds Road Just
I BAXLA'S 0100. Land........ and ".... CORNER BEDROOM: Oontleman ,....
SPECIAL CAR sub II 10 Wont PROPANE OAi top moklOs. b..... s050blo. 113-4211. 530. CLEAN awaIt houootral.. 88 ... ,. Near buo South of Crystal Lake Dr.
AUCTION pr.rred.
and woo 1991 SAlt Orson VAil LI. cop be. so all oloctrlo Ideal for nicouplo. ..
.......1, Proo pick. up and 4011w.ocr. lc. ."Ie.. Y.raall Wor.hnomA ......'1' Tlo A""I" ...... I... hot wotsr. 001,51105. lodno-' MARLETTE 43>10 two bodroo... Waehlnc prlvlletoe RollOeo IIU 111 Wool Meinoun 41498.00
3304 SoOth Ploride002- Tr...,... In.. Alia" MU trial UM. CoIl UeXU4t Ivr Iporlal Ion- Like to trod oqultr for turnlti. s.... 183.22.0. 493tMlTHREB 1-1" IF THESE PRICES
I W. .u, or Ion for Y" Oao Bortloo 1313 Hew ,
.1813. or 1300. 4U-49U Wl Com_ --- _
ro. eondl
"Sod.CENIRAL 420' ..,. II It.Phoos Auburndala BKhwar. Hood.000RETRAILIR. LAROE room.. oloea to hot ,,$150 Down $25 Month
TIlls ....Ie. Scoot MO 1-8031 .10.... shows. moderate rpoLmssclot. \U. and sold water In I ARENT
ond alinment truck. and oar PaintIng I.taalS. 10.fIHen.I. l .. adulu 001 BoutkPennetltanla dour maid oorvlee Phone
wheal balanclnf flow an4 tuadtlrea 081m TV'l from 530 IP. 000.. 105 Jewelry .. Cl000. 500116'S T.1IuP.r. 4I4-40M 1931..... per PKone week 4U Mre. Oar Oranio. man-

"'_d. MTJ S.111!. .PRINO .PllCIAL.: Will ""nlbloct. .nlood. ws 'InlDo. Workiotradelos .. AuburndaloONE HALF DUPLIX. clean air .oo- Hotel, Ul Avo- 682-81H- LOW
.rtm. On. soot paInt in- a.o.ewd. Admiral noimIn w. rAy...... dlomsnd. ...141oono dltloned elecuie kitchen. L..m.mor N..I I.nlu. ,
Ante Seat C.v.r.LIND' clud.d two 0' ah,.. bsdrnosnhsuo. ....I... Mn 3nl.. P00000k old .Id. pI0000rn 511w.,. ONLY r..... .dul... Ennlnit 4M-
.. TV. 404 N. W.bub.CL011IBaLUlI TWO Nica Priot. '
for 181. Aloo ._. ., Neieon Jewolrr aOl Soutk Tbor.sEVEN OIlS 414 Pnncla Bl.d rom. b.lh.On
.... In. 182-43ao. POBTB. iroatlreduced 141.. ho. 10" Cl I. Roa.ooobli.MU to bay a second caT Turn ENOUGH
AUTO co. 00551010
B Boat -
NEW 40'xlO'One PRIVATE ENTRANCE:. ......ed
3-J. I
I and 1 oomplotolwelded. '
automotive Intorlora 131Eaet DIAMOND bridal ..I. Llk Ill
Ma n. Phono MU ..,810.Bookk..pln PAINTING 'A.HINO. no.. fla.I.bln. 41 orOeearm with Chook. n... ooet laio beet sub die'. porch llelni room bodroomnibHen now cllc.Uo I
.. totonto .o.t.rlo work,. ., '880 ...41 .1110 IIDI', Pbone MU 1-4831 bedroom balfl Convenient Boutheldo 136 j Rooms With Board the Want Ada a MAKE ME
.. .U..1oo .smssnabls prison,. Hom. d.II..", 000. Pho. ..H.101. nolihbarhood Couplo onlr I 'o

811-1113. 113-3811. Mr. Tormon. Watford Manufacturing. 003.3303.TOOlS BOARD WITH luecheo to ITelevuion TkllltO.CLAOIIFIED AN OFFER

lOOKKIIIPllIO: : AND to.ossS Ton 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery $3436 ROOM .rlmool. LI.hlt room. a.a.b. TEaet 2 .pr.rle 0

..",.. 17*poriwsolos.. lint Picture FromnPICTURE AUCTIONFriday sod .10. Surusi.h.d. .11 ..00k.MU .. Oak Street.HOUSEHOLD. : M POP.* 0..1. _.
dsn.sdnhl ...'toFu Jill Cool.Phomo Ward R & B MOBILE HOMES 5.0304.NbC .rl_ M..h..n4. c_.'

.82.Ua. framoa and mouldlni PRAMEB. Cuotom Beautiful and NOtes Only GET A GAS HOT WATER. 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. .1..1.. LOCATIOII.Lmt'oo .11 Clo.a 55005 and GOODS SILL yOU CAR '..e".... .. I'l bake St.oh.

ready mode. Oilnee Art Bhnp 7.30 P.M. HEATER FROM WARDS Lakeland. Florida 060100. Par"... Waltr ''''nlohedJIO TO US. $2695
3607 Orleana Street MO 1-3104 : Wm0 Cannon. MOVE FASTwhen I WI PAY TOP PRICES SOC
Wo bur 01 oon for '0. Have Hot Water When plo. lessor roonnOdrPeso
Room oddltlonl. Cuton oablnota Plumbing Supplies JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION You Need Itl14Hr room apartment. Clean, control you advertise themIn I h.
Xntorlor oxtorlor doeorattniPronch I bitallaUM all utllltloo lurnlehod Includln Classified To ROSS LAKELAND II OtMMOBIll '... Be.
nd modern panollniRoollnl line 4-Dw .. .
sod .'411.'. Proo oetlmatea. 51. H. MORRIS 1)o-i' Tonreelfiklni Sill u. .. II ..., 117 N. Kentucky automatic 1M1 boat Parklni all business fast dial mor'l MOTORS INC.l0o B:. power .' .ul_'
Our P.......... Call w*. and Electrical: BuppllaaProo w. Olvd. ....-.. -.
31160. PI. slaltoonon. Local sosto.tor. Information sod deliver, CARPET CARPET. W.U.\OO".1I MU 2-5103 THERE'SMUTHIG[ S CLOBB ur "' ... room'. ......10 115 for an ad- .i V.* Some pnosd
Lto.ns.d and b.ndrd.II. tool ronUl pipe out and thread MlU-onde. suns cot t* pour ...... adults solr UlilItlos I.,. Ph. MU -; f
od, 14 noun ........ 4MO41IU4II34 aba, and .... and odaed No. 01.1,54 323 WOOl 005005110. 112.I, CLAsSIFIED' DISPLAY SMS
MOD E I. I" O. AWNINOBooroonod Lakeland print buns mlll-ende ... her. 108 Planes Musical Ins. 41... (14 too
patloo boom aeroenooldini Winter fabrlco reduced Sara ot
and fonelni. Phono MO Printing our fabrloe ....h..... ...... STUD5O PIANO. m.ho..n APARTMENT: roll rent one lad,. 11 CMIIOLI SelAIr 4.Pwr .
-8317 bar r... oitlmato.Concrete O 0 Hamilton. Pabrico. Hllhwl .. Hamilloa br 1.ld.ln. 1f21. .OU 0' .0u"lo. for oomPD.lODohlp.No oewerolMo,
'South ..... all Soot Waisok 0031505 Come In And Meet now reo. Dr. It and make
POW ALL esor .450101 smds 11/10 mlloo Norm of In. PlorldaHEAR mo offer. .
toll MTJ 1-4404 Commercial' PreaaInc. InITIal 4.
SOUTHBIDE LOWER four room.. $1489
Lottorhoada. Othsoriphloo.Radiator .
LICENSID CONCRETE ...II-i .... ivlnt DIRHM-BOOKS. lift lume. I to-. THE NEW LOWREY water .._ (' Included IM (-44 tool
bloc, ohalra, ploturco.framco
.... Drtosssm. II..... 1141..11., ud I Inllu. 0.. *. epartment US. Cark
apnllaorn. other fuSINOEK WITH AtrrOMATIO
.10. ,0000l. .orba. ...11.. sod Service Realtr "'-I03a. 'a o5 500opoIOO Cola
.1 uoe Cocb..a 11,000 oIl ORCHESTRA CONTROL =. _
b.ld. .. I. L Mo,,'". 1001411.Lnkalaood. LIKE n
Wohoin Ae.uo. TOO PLAT a one-note nulodr Ow.oas.e sornonldba.moo .
ANT TYPE radiator conic*. with rcur rtihl hand and automatleallr 130 Firnlihed. Houses 00150, So.. .40 moo
cloanlni. rocorini. rebulldlnPoddro I"A AMANA u"I.hI dsopfco.oo. pour ...-..It eaelodrbeoomee dame Iho Prioo e
DrepirlttCOBTOM Radiator Service. M4oni 0150. Mark's Ilodina Pont. lOla 4 full chord-have more
1'1.. T.m" IIl1h...,. M\1 1-33118. IUD from the warp flInt eotal TWO BEDROOM home. AdulU $2295

MADE drapoo. ollprofora AUTOMATIO Zll-Zoropoeeoeeod .. SEE HEAR PLAT .nl,. 150 ...... 1\1I...._. 500m.stb I. tool
and upholitorlnc Your, fabrU o.RADIATOR vehicle _I..r.BLOCKS.. method.I..nrd R. Sold new for 1350alanec : TRI MANY .beautiful ."1.. sow t home of your own t See permanent ...._10. KU _

nrlurs. Trio ootlmatoi In join all Irpoo. 0..1.,'. tlol 17150: Termo. 48333 on dlopiarl soot ViIsncli .Con..n, '.C. "..

rour home. Eau Mrmo 9391 MiwTampa South Plorlda. M>4401. ICE CREAM boo .ullOble r.r CANNON MUSIC CO. today's Classified 'Homes TWO ROOM bO... 1J08 lOst or _.-. .Oats05100 -
filth > 104.0001.Fences IeO,5Santo.
,reeeec. '110. Three wheel motor 303 B Plorlda Ave 013-1141 1,00,00 Strom" Se for w,u
RiwiavlngPOR ....lor. Tons bell 410 Oaupletol .. Open Prldar ....In.. for Sale" NOW for outstanding NICE 0145 bedroom. oil ..15015kIt.100 *" u
H.II 1839 Oakhlll Strop Call MU :I-3HI.. o
MATCHING ITALIAN ... ...101 $2650
MUTUAL FS/IC. Cnmpo0.. Iao.Lo. EXPERT rcwoavlnl of maholat UBID II" TV. Oood ....dllioa.J. ..... Baldwin plano-ortan. ..Ieavlnci .. values TWO BEDROOM duple. sIc >... .
.... prt.... a. dims .......al. ana.. clcarotto bu..... .. 103 Doris Dr",. allo S p.... ." Lonnoll 10,. 100 Soulb dlttonlni a.." dooornteel. per.mo000ao ,. Soot.n .I .IN "
OKU call Helium Reweavlni sonoefl Florida Avenue. MU 13111 MU IUI4 .
.u..Iood. W. soot be nods ELECTROLUX: : 13) laUet mode reild.ace Phone -
eold. La..I.nd 006001,7 111I I. Ion. 505-3515. fuarenleod 00 new Tab 0 iron ....In.., 411-3111 den II THUMBIO.IIRO Mardte

duO Peso .,Oiwst.s >gALL permonia Electrolu COrp. U. 110 Restourent Equipment'I CLAIFtID DIPLAY C..I..D 0'411.TO k c. tom.Wh. Poor..\ .. ..

1050 Columbu. Dries T.m. .
Income TM TYPES roollni tontlsdor: Phone 2:111-1133.: ICE MACHINE PrUldelre. AlooI .. .ate..DI .. sod .rSS

replaced. Ropaln SOorno 1.06. B TWO SPACES: ID 01. So-ISIs 01m. flavor drink "' stein 1 .M 55105 eVorth men
INCOME TAX C. Deoeon Rooflnd Companr, M4- ...... smlinO 01 Oils "" ...1..41 leee stoOl draft boor bet twofauceto WASHINGTON ""
e'J' 4M09T3Swlmmliig. M.morloS. Cordon !:Im.Ior,. $220.Ward. Phone St Pounbura: GEORGE $2365
$5 and up 182-OOla. 125-0071 .. I' tool44VOlKIWABO.il.

H&R Block Co. Pools AUTO In.I.lled.OLA8I mod For r.don. 000.imot.coil reosit.PiotO .. 111 Sporting Goods' I r He would like to take this opportunity to Twtop S.eo... Car THeetaitdarw

POOLS CLEANED repaired all 1I..1ob -. nee sow looot iraehan.ealauarafttoo
Wooidari t A U. to SPa pal a tod. ohomlcele. cuppllooeaulpmtnt. NU cnlf 1-001.w..d. OPEN BOUSE Apache camplnf OVER Invite alt his to drop in and see him .. I .. W,1
,.10. ft Bun 0 t* I1M "*.... 703 losS MalaTelovlilons trailer.' Preview 1M4 modeli friens "" '"
West Walnut St. MU 1-13' RIDING LAWN WOW III. heevdutr March 11-11 Place order and re.I at I 125 Lake Mirror $1460
..., over 1300 now '13a. polIo free benuo. 141 to leo Dollvorr Lkelon Cmpan
Phone 686-1958 211 Woet "1m., alroot.Ii when deolred Open evenlaM. -I 200 Gorge hs ben selling Fords otae.onr onr row oao .lei

COIIO root 01 rr...,. or Ed A> John, IWI Park
TRAINED INCOME lai oonoultant. POll TELSVUION npalro os amakoo will trade 40 electric ,...... NIl Blvd. Plnollea Park I for 1 15 years Lk.lan. 11 POerTlAB Catallfia

I 1330 00. 100 UlI faet reliable ..,..... a.11In..IlIt 2"_. CARS ._ TBo ._ .lt...
00 P U. oicopt Sundan Ho,. CII. MU 4- lM. I 112 Wasted Mluellaneeus -. .- "

too Road Mitchell 8...41H3, 1700 Istlolnon I 99 Booh Motors Supplies Stop in today and let him show y th 196 ..-_"I...._.....-.

Upholitirlnjeonable CAP B'OIt prac 500.04 ItsrnaMU .I
Furniture tool IT Cabin Cruloer with 10 W3n. I ?51z:0r1: .
: UPBOLBTIR.NO lOro.ISO. 1 HP Evlnrude oloctrlo etarl motor OOOD USED furniture and other Ford Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford :
Slip coroot sod dra_. 500. and till trailer. Mil MU '.03. $1195 ,
houoehold Itema. Top prleee paid
BRIDE ,.,.Boel,.11...furniture.. Phono prtoeoMntaofl Ha- eonable doU.. .PYoo". Phna..cetlmatee......to.pick lAO nomd 130 South Bl.d. MU 3-3441 or MTJ 1-4304 .1 as the car ot th Year.LAKELAND. :::i.: .- .. !

403*. H.UIDI..orlll 110.'" 'ANTB, PULl. ""D.1h bollsOopod -'
CoopS .... 1+13. 0-so. -
temp Repairs VenetianBlindsRTJcTClTNuhoTtoaT HOUSE MU 101301. .\i poOr i

Lamp parto and repair ImperialBtudloo. nufaelurod Repaired. cleaned TOO SMALL? WANTED TO BUY i FORDCO. Frank Foster ;
1110I ....11I 0'10.... AnPUO. -reflalohod AIM' automobile ..... 3.0 He Florida Avo.likilone .
MO 0-4831 010. bllnda. Air Lite. M'J "U"
Too big? Make the firs Polk County I ) i

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS move toward the boone LIQUOR LICENSE 1.t ., INC. Motor Sales

\ BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION ot your drums by checking Write Box M-271 125 Lobe Mirror Dr. MU 21102

"Homes To- Sale In 1111 Lost Main St.

DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified CUislfled today, Lakeland Ledger I

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nv* ACM JIM* am turn DCPLMtM -=: iiiii M Ai HOUR TUB QEA MAIN I ML tCTWU. oNAtttllAAevaalxa5aeubxx.o/ | rnrtrrvaooounHrWDrw AfTeR 9PR1NIp,10> 151 Hauui Fa Sail 153 Kernel to Salt
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cub 10:11.: Wko Clerk _It,. IMUROVa ....U..I rotors ra nmaoc twees THAT KONTtCSCHOONER ACT AO REAR .5511000 t M KNOW/ rr
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Httt fhopo 4U-O491,
BAITOAl*. 10 .r.. _I- DUPLn. D&IJD ID ... aloe,1 un BURIED I 7 BRICK HOMES
tr or10,057 mri old Ooodauu 0eM0hotool. II.-w'' 010.0. 1 Easy Living

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raniH amrofrltrraUm randy lor U4MBDUTB 0000.PANCY.
3 roan owl,. UUKlm doublo carporttamo Poauno laoludo 3 4 "t ( Mulklo nriof Mtti ThOm.. M-HO, loot Itodnri. _.IDOII. Want oomoihlntkloo. bodroomi. 1 kikU, Karlda aadInlp tooln oominu .low Sea roa
R...I"'r.'TII.. thai lo It. 0._. M4U04Wl tal ..!' .. Uf toi 0505. dlkini sod
*-.1:0: :; DOWN M PAT-Ma 11II_ own ........., 3 oodOOKO .
PBOHTAOB with two horn..1 wn-
: 110 1 bolno in nortk VIM'
Call .
and See Looatod In Indutrtal wninf am MIHT-VA UILA II'dO' nunilr room i.nrm >"
M dn od for nfek oalo Ltahy q r", mt o< bo.... How rtlmxennol ..
50 10000 ..15014 Oro". 107A0001 Realtor. 710 Worth MM*.. 43- FURNISHEDkrdroom dtotrut. Tana prloo wIT '
I.T 0550 old -. Good &MI.IUPftIUIIr = 1 .7M. HO-tlM

bloom aw.w, '-I... ud IN T IPIICIAL Now O> non 1110now
motion Mm 111 MTM ot llieo CIII 450101, I......., OI"lan ond lull lumUtwd I or 4tr .
oeroo Uwond pMtnr. PrlotIIMOM fOr0feh/d. 5.. .bra, ho, 50 ...OHO.only 1 ..... ..".... A. S. MORROW
wilt a* d. Oil .
silt tun 113...... ,Mr sour Mortkoldo Bw. oun7
Jim rowon. .I" T, it Ttiokor,
.... RealMro LIlLA
Jr.. nnlMT .( MU *.T173. MALL OflOCCRY builnou far REAL ESTATE REACEsTATE -BO-1130. 301 L 700*. I'lL yv 1.1117
41*. etoek oat rutnm Doloi REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE
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t HEAVY BLOOM .Poison... .lor... K.litM HUIM Cltr MM 421....u.1711.. ISO MitcillanMUl 153 H..... Far Sel.THIIIS 153 Novas Per Sale 153 HMIH Far Sets 153 Nenei fir Sate SCOTT KELLY

10 AC***. voturtd. 710 Volonciitia doctor 00400.POOR HALF ACM lob Trollor bulld105 BDROOkt CB. IlkOwrnor sew, OWN'; II' Prado ,,_. ...IraI. Rnoltar UILAIt HEY LOOK!
J..... au MOOD OP. ni PI7It"taHItD .orl..ala oltoo. .... .......
'' 4000. Pow Ink oil knot oondtttonlol r..Up roes. 111 ] 0. TMMOOMMO
.... OP. 5051 an "' ...... _led. ::: : BUSINESS HOME!
Prlw u'oi-I 1.o4 unllsiMod> ... 004 00)103. PHA Widow lolni north 111 ... -# \_" _dlll_. I4IVOoo
00* down -001 or trod. UI-U34 UMAfMAtlll. 0.O00. DRASTIC REDUCTIONIN Modem three bedroom air Newly decorated inside
1-10 pun. CHI Jim Powers with I f.Au.c.T.J"'N
T K Tuokor Jr. Jloutu4H71TJ "I > BIATmPTJL nodmi neiLY FURNWHTO: komo Deed conditioned on principal IftAICDLLIII. 00 8CII'CInLI out. This cut cottage to abarlllni
141 WottrfrtNt PrepertyBAcninca Homo. threw ........... 1(4 h.... iitr kxtouon. MOM, OIOIStol.ed PRICE 01.10. 0000 dlnlns Morn, "... ) Completely and
Sat. March 21, 1 PM. 01,. oonw lot. oonmtont h.- IOUM, ouMdo MHolo 000. L7m4 highway In city with commercial Ill room. 1 droomi.. I III.I .
: BBAtmPOL *ru.. mn ODDr .... now Orr.UI Loko. II.MOiwih BrokM4.T .,. _> .: zoning, only $12- bulb, Um kodraoM koo outlo attractively turoUhed. It's
O. D A own. .. 11 A. plu I..." I .....- tor "" ..,ip. Drtn br Mil I.. door nod b>tk-onltiblo jot to stores bus anhurchei.
10 *. Lokotronl homo rURNISHID bouar5.11 Owner sets Ml). North PlorldATMUO 950 Huge screened bandy ,
ironMoopllonnlly 431(60. I Mdroom ami ..1000botwo. room Mr MndllloMd Uwnt umplbamo ._.... A 00000. Call.w>orMMTOR .... porch oooludod clod' or oilloo Irred5.1.
BM b_.. prt. 7 50 .ro. .IM Dan mod. luiwto. bra kodroom ca hornoiotllmt .... Ideal for the
| Coin or torao on Bnwiuiul Uko CKtp- Molrolm TbomoiTHRFB would make Ideal office Orrltr ooollnl Sod b.
rot boat dock. Tow mmtlyVUMicIo Uuwo lot* Iron ..... 1% WIt on .... LondMoplnv ell o( UiU Con.lci.r. boob Honor 00 .la MndlUon. Doubwrl. :I.et.0.0. Ook floor tuliuut. Its steal
PrIce 410000 n* RKDROOMB IH k.thPlorMo iNjuitr ] iwiUKVIN .. boouUful .... ooraot .. RN-878 mall family. a
I wool d. 000om. A.hll world in on Ino wets. Mloodock 'on In kllrhm, Iniulottd Alumknm
40.5. nidrowot. a oillo. "..na01 *v01 Owl ikl ood tl.n ot Tourronl room. oir ....0o.dfMn4.. .. ROOM. one both troraoIMIUO PrloM_ o> It DM MOO dow. ownlnti rlwtd oorxovlr for 13500. CLARK REAL-
r-neod yord Rol .1. I. '
IM lb.
00 Wood. ond wolorl noor, Solo unwvoily MISS Two lorn toronioa: KL-lin-H ,too. Tom.. Mrwro
porok.o ord 114 -
30V,1Onoieo,, .047,000' ,.... .. Inoomo (ram iron. (Titio rwonw =.:-: =.0.115., 0.0 M0 Lon .oro... IT .ro...... HOME '. optloDiL II 100 Phono TY. 833 North Mail. 686-
0000. 1000 100 FT Ukolront. U Win woof ><. wro.. 111 ooo o..r ooo S .5.. 003-4004. uo .n>ui. WIMO ud fruit INMot Call Phrllli Hick. Modern two bedroom, 110 1-14111. 4031.
...... Lalcoland o* Oslo Bebsh00s.Loot
lot top ..... fruit (TOM. MO V.l eoW IT loon TWO BKOROOM ca. furmlihKl. ... 401 aorta Uk.. lor lo- screened porch home on 111 nOOTR tWOIURAM
M 14000. Hlsaaed
old. ownor rotirtD Mil 1700 Low down Naonth. lonnoUoi oU MO ....... DISPLAY
MTO pomHit
M A. PndiMtai ...... 1 kod, .... C.o n *r wool M Rio.UWIIM Opon lop lno wUon. Oo PlorldoAtonu tnoulro 710 North a,. THRK1 BIDHOOU BEERMAN REALTY large lot east near good HOME SITE _
or Mi.mi ao it. C Ulo haw withoorporl
room koiuo Itotlromonl H"Id. ....... IHwr 41) 1 Kilo ...11I w......, OICWMIroom ...,. fishing lake. Only 19.5001R
moll !
....'. BiwHont roluo .. a. L. 0. 1. L. Sole or Rod down PMITMn Colored Area
.JI._. lood tormv LoU* ol Dick .....1'. 1011 Cut ol oltr .Unit k> 00011.......... Rood, RIIDUCJlD "._ ..'1.. Coil1II1IIao >hono ua-mm 3tru Botth Florldo MTJJl -l159. G. M. C.
loOow o r oiMtlon
Noor lonnlo aura tad IWIBlnf
Mole .t. Ph... MO 14133APPROXIMATELY WIb _,IfI.we ..... -
40 A. Prod..."", Or.ass ero... TWO ACCTiONnna b_ Porloet oondltlonIdoal ... pool 70K100 l.ol-blih-drr- A hi II.. ill MIna
I 1 ten on COL. LUTHER D. BYNUM ...... Clonland. kolihtoM SPECIALBY .imor** -lltoo, llwl .., tonu. Nsw
000.000. 35th dower .. MEL RUDYLMLA .
.. .
Uko 420 It UkotnatBtoutltul I 111000 R.M.MARLER tkk., InKk r* IK s ,
.. ....
10 A. 0Y0., h.? II""' ''''. IrrII.1IoD kono April lit. Ownor 113,1401HCU REALTOR k.d|... Orhr -.rIce
coli.. __.. ...... br .p- 1)121 Fin. An. IM-M71, njUllTompo. Attnotlv two kodraom homo wlPlorld & SON .
0106,000. 0391 ...."". loin mat eal,. Contort .... C Fin. o> trodo. "'... bedroom OWNERNo room, oorport knd .UII" MORTGAGE BROKER o,1bor-Owa.ro mi-! So* fr yso ..H.

Produeln0 ''Lallo *. L. Oordaor or R. L. CB novw turaUhod CorportOr room plui tddlUonol kulldln 1527 E. 401 I ...1. HO 1491
120 A. 00.050 50000. .. will trod ( homo In PortLowdordolo Memorial Blvd.
Oslo Dirk I .11'. 1011 ktolo 151 Real btofi Exchange I or 11000 down $168800LAKELAND
300,000 00% lowe. hono km II131TUHm or Hollywood, MO I103 Real Estate Fee dial 686-4107 any time
.......... ..... No 814 OSCEOLA
.30 A Creep 00000. BEDROOM t. ROHM TRADC AVB houM xakoland Mortgage Broker Fee
11Idow... in .IID.... IUOO. Ixmtod I nllM Wont kMM LoMburt Call 711719 -1 TO 00T17.B .1cM hr r.u,., 3 bedroom, I bulb ho*. ..111.wlm.I. \ FRAME
North M to. on 301 In C....... Loooburt altor a ."11'. Hono or In..... .", ...1,. On.duple. Only $400 down, no closing LAKE MORTON .. pool. I ...... fromhl.b
....b... Own.r. MO 1-176B .. doubl. ..r.... Ono wlth AREA KhooU tow 51004from & AXLE SERVICE
JOHNJ.BRENNANREALTOR HIGHWAY HOMO, ,..Ia_ Plooaoroo. oIrl...... e0.0tmo0. Two 0 hodP.O. -i Coats will' buy this beautiful Joe P. Bridges Inw. .... onlr 111.Boo with
IT owmm on 'hooutum ..... mod... tin kodroom. 14both kooMo. M-4M8. 3 Two .kodroom ...... homo .lib .... termi tv>U>blo. OU Cvon w. : .
SM-U03 "0100. In ............. two bodraont OHIO Por sly ms t. Ml31 -I bedroom living room, two ..". toll Owns will MhouM II lutorllni with T R. Tutor WoMM
two wUh. Gold Modal Jl. NOW TWO bodroom kovuo. IU.dr dining area, wall, papered with lu lob or 1 or 0 J,.. Riioltor o< Mil 1-717) or 00000 503 nP
lion .11 oloMMo komo Cratnlhoo4 for bnmodloM .Mlpuier. 1100 I loU ., oil Will oubmlt otto.. OFFERS ....1.... M MIT t-J'M. "
IK UrUc ..... built-in kitchen snack bar 21' Conod .or : \r Tow
and olr oondlUonlnl Ttiroorwn 112 Real Estate Woatidtor o. runwlndowo FlorIda on oil or any part or

20( YEAR TERMS old 004.4 to Mol loU. Soo It I Orruee... noon, ,...lull_.Ills. 50000.00b4 bout.1..1.aw. room fenced In yard multiple twtuint SPACIOUS CB HOMES CLASH -1 D. O..LA'i- .-- .
O. IOU Loll Phono44413ii
M A.,.., M nerai I.17-rr-old Ul. A....r.dol.. WO 7-4.11 Otrl' .....11.1 "ood 0070.. II "0.000. 1.110 5 all drapes and carpets, close LAKE VIEW Throe kodroom 1 or I kalh. Kin.
vrova 81 OTM In 3-n.004 .,..*. tor .b ......... 1101 a.d,. _.I month otter n tow down pOn "'m..'. (morn" .r 1110 .5 t4 1101. OresY1W
Complete irovo ..... .... oqulpm.nt BKAonrub UVIN nor olooofmil ... 1127 but Momorlal. 1I -410'1.1 bo mn dim tl Sue Arm to Pilmore School bill at Attrattrr two kodroom .onnr*'". oosors 1,1 .10......
with DTUotloa. ".w horn. 11_.. FUhlni. iwta. Pot hiformotlM coll Jerry Mwdli door. block wltk Florida room 000010w.
.1 book door"hroo I. I and at aohod loroco. Leo
144 erop Mtlmato 1100014000boiM mini oootini CT 4-111 or Des Wlnton
Poles woo.000. Ji down or tout bMlroom.. no>'ld. LISTYOUKPROPERTY CY 3-1.33. or iirw with um proeorti, Aiprloo LOW DOWN PAYMENT
Call Jim ...... will T. R. Tuckor O000. ..... ee.e4 -.... ... 420 Eaatway Drive Iw ill.loo.
Itoallor 0067173.CLA0100IOD : ........ or t.ko amoUor homo WITH US cornnl.t.lr Call MU em
J4 I. trodo. 00.4104CLAI51PSLO. .ml..od. W... .1.. .n PLANT CITY ON OUN L01'NO
Wtbodi. lama 1114 Coekronllto .
DISPLAY DISPLAY "If '811....,. ....." BILL It, BORN Oww will ...Id., roaMntboffor DOWN PAYMENTON '
IT DOWN." H. L. UUiortyl Palmor DOWN 1447 1.oBa atrooticomboo on aUraotm two bodrooCB .. IF !
..*...10.. LMLA lo* I. Toanouo .....). Tkroo kodra...., NO DOWN PAYMENT komo la MornU Pooh YOUR LOT I
An.... Phont MO 1-117) two koUto taros roo.,.. _11II.
I INsal to .. '1'0.... A... ParklaiboU tally .Od..r..... 111I1..'... Roltor Yen ..**'t **r* chewy

t IM,BM3I M1-IT3 nlthu.i M tW IM MARY E. LEAHY LOW MONTHLY I .wufwrf, I**!., wiMP.de

'Aa 0011000. br .._. Bono PAYMENTS 1111''Ity 4W IM**) w w
with ...1.1 0014 .5 ..0, lie R.1lot LL
133 He.m Far Site ....i...101 Into ono II..... Mini ALL BRICK HOMES 710 R. 111.0 M1J I-43U I
This Is Your
rooms, thrwo boUio two fftrftfmtrult Of tic* .
oldowolk oil.,. 4H4-M33 till Bouth Plorld An, I I

UXUlIOUI WATUlICINT A1 TLoccluIrva POKBCUMUD In lOon,RIPOmBIBBObarialn Lakeland nroaoMai BY OWNIR, two bod.... CB' $56.36 1002 CLEARVIEWI! Days phone; 682.2884 Best Buyll
I..... Plorld 1400
room oqulty
Rudy _Itor. till B. Mo-
.1"- .. ..., ..... mortal Bl.d. (....107. 16) ........ Ill lUrrlck Clr- Per ..1It Miiht and wmkodii I How..., if ..nt the kn In an eut mHlehK
o o TOM
.. Pllocs ......1.. Pond b loll .........led homo with 0 tll-lluo Mt-Ull I-443I
...", a.COMIUTI OOMPtlTCLT: AND attnctlMlyturauhotf lOll "15.5 ..... _.., 00 0,1 bb.WlO ...,_., Ian. Oils both, ....Iod MI Ikne twd,.
UCWTIOM _tH.. Bandy to ...... sow sod, Dow Plorua room. and .....Inraio Os-
Mora*, ...... .......... OiO M100 THRIB BIDHOOU. two both CB ._- on IIIIW01 and oom WEEP NO MORE i
MIN-IUM 'Clark ...... '''-4031. homo. I1M dove MU I-TU plitolr lurniiliod widow I* moniloui .1 M'LADYI

.... e.d Toss P.aq TO Sow, .0.05.4 leol BTAt1IITOH A_.. _... olur )10 pm. t* MU. wkin snip 510- Th* thlldnn I. ...1.111I1. 36 CKEV. I..ear hardtop with V-I, rodle, kialer,
eon run
LOOK! I IBr "... 500. Call Earl Traniuo with T romp
1704 Huntlnitoo
FROM ft.'" AMD $40 005 000 ot. Thro kodroom, Owe kath. .
Florida room. bull U ram and NHh Orow Pork Pour bodroomi IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION H. Tvckor, ire ...110'. NO dolithttul proporty 00.44 .... --ttl.- ..... Control air and. h..k Own- a biuii. not down 140monthlr 4-7171 or orontan at UU '.'IISO. "ran tool in thlo oa, la ... for

115 ..., NO -. 11 ........ P. or ,.... ....... MU l-loai I l1735 010000TIIRLI Bhlplor: IM-IIOI 4naPhono COma .. AND room PORCH homo. IV P1ORIDA* bouu ROOM dlnun '57 CHEV. 2.deer brill'". ledlo, heater, Itlek.

1400 W. LAOS .11I11 00 room ", ra... fonrod yard Call
Ohs ... ... M.rOd SMd1SAM0 : BBDROO 'ram. ....... HOMES BY Iod lay. l..utlfulln.llI. and ..I.
.. Set the "Buslnesa Oppor- I n.. 5500. 01 1 nd. 113.100 5151 411 B* ".. it*. :O'NARDIRABIN
0..M 0000101W MU 11100thro 1dI-U3. VA MANAGER RKALTOILIlLA I '61 CHEV. Impale' Cpe. (IUBOT ipert), rtdle,

tunltiea" ada In today' 50 .115. 103 B. Llmo .Ir...
Apo 5..r SoAr 1 11I\.I\ this will Dal. DOWN I heater, .leering and krakei. Stick.
I" twin bodi. Wtlklal dlrtontohopplni

1 Ar0. 5..h woo. cmdee05s. 00 150001I paper for the beat buy. .A070.0 .10./lad olrmonwry born 0000hwe.0Junlor oohool OWNER SALE! Moep.elU .' homeo to .11 leesl CLOSE IN AT I '57 CHEV. CenverHble' V.., radio, fceater. tkarp.NOTEi .

0.0.100500? hp I 0;. M... W *500.b.. RI... WOo/ Wlnde.r stool. Small down payment m.IoIol' t4ao0Ibdl'
M..lbl lew
u es
off ".m Unooln Aoonidor .. .....10 "We're net mule ...... when It cimu
CLABaiFiaO. DII.LA'iWI 0105 I 011 w/lee or .1L
.. oorulnutlon. Pull InlormoUM on Parkor Road tp. Midntla. *
Mil ofUr 4 .. IMUI10IOPBN Ihroo 1Iod...., the both CB II... BAL' .RICIDII 1.,0011 A ho.. to tredln' eithed"SEE
wIlls oorport and nlllltr ..I.U 40.0 to MooS, trorn 111.
; ALL -1404 IDOIDrlw lot opprriiinauiy Milt.poralul : .hufntboard .....10. An atlraou .

1963" Executive Demos WI ,,Mlh. SHAW Models .two.., brdroom" .... Uon. ono ....m.." Call.*.000.Ban wo Traaiu* month 110 REALTOR room>o homo llob.MMIotlnt.. l oodrooma of Uvlni amilaand JOE OR ED TODAY!!

|lard 0063504.BROAIN.Robin. Kooltor. 441410, 4-1464 or UTJ ""13. 111 H. Mau An La ..ad in roar poroB .OI."io a
kft 1-7173 oromod In Irons .
V V n too tMt"* > for
n nmonlni
TRalta1'.011" Cl11000e.
THESE' 1963 PONTIACS MUST BE SOLD .. Corport sillily ownlnwlndowl. PICA Aro Property ManaiorVA eP .Udln. ro,,,,,,,,,,,,' aU0
Inralotod. nlo nillhIborhood An* ProMcty 31o",eel ..._, IIO-l0tll..
N. ItMMMkl Off* R.tb.d M oil. 11_ 10 oloo- $50 PER MONTH I Ed's Auto Sales Inc.

Ins ...1. Tofu, Thno ..._.. KEN I HARRIS ,
lOll Woodlood Pt,... lot 71 I I
NEW CARWARRANTY 144 boo inodo ...... II710 I 4a. W_. ".... homaithot LOOK Roaltar Biehanror UIU 1053 E. Main St. Th. $13-1744
worth I100M TkrM most bo cold hnniMlatoly 1101 B. Plorld Ay.
Ul atroin II100 ond two *...- ". 0O.IIhuS. no .... oMt, ,Our Html Uko .... S kodroomroiu .M J1B1
roo.... 117 fonnoh. 17.WO. 0.,. Ulnlnum down oarnonl nooitraa .. CM I"' .. Plorld room i "Whir Volume M.... .V.I. Pms.lkle""
bliss oono kit dirounl. tot ...b ,.d you moo In Pop Information :BMiiUtm lot _.., tor**. C'U
I. my *Quiir. Pnon SWOOP 5 hoes Uondar Ibrouih Friday I 10010.ELL. _

.... M'I. .,....,.. 04gQ7.il.3HI1 ,10 .. ) Palmer
WILLOW ...au.. Thr.. (Shorty
Rwtwll $12761 bed room. I b>Ui. eorwiud llyMi MU 2-4116 110.110 -
room omlly room ""-...dlll... 104 .. 7005. Ar*.
1961 PONTIAC ...._11.., 4-Dww VltN, liylccw with Awr*. Tram, 4 wy plow One polio. kiMun with 50410.' Jo* T. MoiwolteoJoimoB
113-1_ for ....I.lm..I.
b Air c..4it1etM4. Wklt ....im.7 Top W.... Mwlfclww' ''''...... """ ,.. SOUTHSIDESECLUSION Hi MU 15170RN.
1/1 1.4.
..... rtl tCU
tohooli ohopplni
rooroi Pk LoU
<1W.1< $ 10
Low down poyg .nt. See monthlyliai ,paolow tw. slop. lour Mdraomom
Bruonill. '1 o0333. amid, lo..ly ... ... ...d'
ok. .. 71'urn' lot
wIll trullrioa
TWO BEDROOM homo lor >.I.. : STEP UP
RolUul' and ulot, .00k'..
43 7M uU P>.... Down poymontBolonot ,4110... 10 0...* park. hlhUMd
ou. oo lUionood MDM4 )- ..hool ..4 lu.. .. prlnolpolinuroot ,
I II. boo OW Slid month p>ri
,lull .1l "till s' lo 1I"b 06 I (HO* >od Inxirono onMouUlul j
BY Owioo1t..s *cro. Ib,.. .... ,t prl.. of 430.&0* njako Itroal I now Uuoo kodraom. IVt .
room CB full ulo both oorport 'I BAMOAtHI Call C..... I,00, homo. Control bON sod olrnndltlotud
utility room 111,000. 4340 down Bait rlln* with T. R Tuckorr ,. aoutluld. IJIUO
1961 PONTIAC T....,... 4.0_ s.... nil 4 Crl. Itwnomy .woo b w...1,... wltHAwlt. ......., MUr I ..DI. ., Koaitor at MTJ I.7J7J or if*. town Mo othor oool*. rHA. fnonrlulldor
nlnii .. UU 1-loXII. I _30.CLAIII..IID.
Tram. *.*!-, Hcwtwr. . . Mf|. Swft4rwt ....11 $2104.11 I

IM Clomluid ".hlo BlvdPwkionobio AIII"'ID DISPLAY DISPLAY Used Truck-Tractor ClearanceDIESELS

KERLEY PONTIAC Stool, MW \-u; ; oioeuui.wortkVonut .

Wtll-lo-woll oorpMInidropo .
\/ And lomo urnltnro. "..
PHA oommltnont |UI potmonlh.
OPEN TILL 8 P.M. \/I Nub oll...

Per litoraoUok hlB. ".". -
682-5125 wuter MMM ,,",Uocl)
Highway 92 fr Rose St. Phone
CLA""laD _OIl We hay good uleetlon of road-ready di.....

Look at these price and come pick your out

I "85 T4B '56 GMC, 471 engine . . . . . $ 795

#60 T4A '58 AUTOCAR DCU75, top mechanically . .$6500

P859 '58 DIAMOND T, tilt cab, top condition . .$5900

R855 54 MACK Tandem "Cherry Picker" II . .$2395

P860 56 DIAMOND T tilt cab. A bargain at $4900
. .

I R857 57 MACK B61, engine major overhaul II .$6250

HELD OVER! i 159TA '58 MACK B61, completely reconditioned .$6500W

I .1.. **Y. .......1 win 1(1 Motki.

I 14 COMIT, CALIINTa Mardto Bultofi I If yen don't Ilki shots pricey Nil m wh.r'i ilKr.'
wr to with kirouoiM, oil vln l ypholotorv -
mu M* Iwo wdlto woN
40.. .....ot iMto oi:4 ......., Mu11l .

DURING FUSSELL'SFun I ,:: 0050IseW 0100.wIW0.b..., Wo hare the belt eelectlon of gal frocton III central Florid.
O0.1150 :
5010.. Nis. ..014.4Y5u1
41005 .n. .,..... Hero li a partial Hitlng.

To Buy Selling Circus ; :. .:1:::::, '. "= '
168TA 61 FORD MOOO Real good $4995
.101 .. sleeper. . .

Yes You Can Still! Buy A Choice Car At A Price You Can Affordl"! R826 '61 FORD F.1000. New engine, |just Installed .$5500

.(1 PLYMOUTH ........ l-Dw. H....*. V.e, 'II CHIYROLIT 4'Dwf So1.*. 6 tylluwwr, *tiiwr4hift .. PoMaT w R793 '62 FORD F950. Almost new. Very low mileage $6500

.' r iw.o k, MOW, IMwwr irowriiif.Om $$249 + nwiw. $.595 1.14 Mlee I'r/ .w..1ee :=:::..nvnr4 P795A 59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V-8 .$ 995

10,000 mllnft Ys. miet drhs . .

eviwr. 00105. 1.F: 010000.(4' oFEjw. ; 129XB '53 GMC, 302 engine . to. II. 11. .$ 750
'(VALIANT SrMwn W..... Uwwo y t, "'.....* .00b .0.0615 w,0ws. rho _
CHIVKOUT .. 2-OwM H. f. V.', *irr*. .
l I. r* '
rw km, fcwarwr. Itrr .I lo*". $995 R784 56 WHITE WC 22. Runs good . to . . .$ 595

.MM*, iwwlw. hi..so '2595 Oealoe.. . . . . t:: ". '. :::... M5You.
t wie.ie. . P.IOI .. 0751 R761 58 FORD C-850. Tilt cab, rebuilt completely .$3750

A I* MIRCURY 4-Ooor S.rIM W.o V-l, .ut.. '
82T4A 61 FORD F-850 tires. $3795
41 CHIVROLtT Impels. 4-Dw H.rw,. V... wirt*. ..>*ri nrfi. .,,! ..."*'. A Hal $QOC new R.alsharp to II A.:. .

:m.N.ie01, kwtor,:wwr proof f 2595 ..r Wool*. ifocM . 77kfJS .. MieetlwY -.L Nf Hortoo towoft Vol. R818A 57 CMC 552, runs good .5.e $ 750
tow .0.N wtu. Palomino vinyl
OLMMOIILI '295 PullV ooulPO wHAMulU.Brlyo, .Ye41.1.N.r...SP 01,5 R791A 51 INTERNATIONAL 1-185, block assembly .$ 895

'(2 DOOCI StottM. W.t... lc*** >r *, *........ H.1145y CwN . . .. e .fMtory. 0150 016 NwM. .014.:=:

*kirt, rooiw. 00..1... Owe ..-. $| -C Q C ".IotI.pit*oo wmlo* Uonino.woM wroo rodi,**W Mor,

21,000 mOtt' . . IO7J 'it DIWTO 2.Dwwr H....,.'. 495 iJ t. '. }
0.. rvixrII . . . .. ... wo TRAILERS? ? ? WE HAVE THEMA

"6o IMHIIAL La'_. Air .1t1eooH. hH **..... YOUR pir'. fi..t
OM lonor. lirre skis) $99O' DGI. Like ewe $395 largo dock of rebuilt 11011...

. . AA7V Oit. wwiiwr . .c..e..e'
12,000 sells. . '
14 HIP.CUIY MONTCLAIB Marwtoa l doit, Po* Dry Freight Bunkers and Blowers Refrigerated
UICX MkturwuoM rl/b! bl'.a ond otlvorvlwrt
V., .... ..kilo.'s6' $395 Wass .111I 010155.01.000100Nsw.N
tl PLYMOUTH 4.Dr s..". A.S.r 0.01,5.
.-- Hwroi .. It.. .. whtto wall 11_ power W _. I
.ir ..*. *..... '095 now..t"ft8 ond krohoti Broondltiwilii Wa olio hovo pickups, panels, dump tracks ete.

Nice. .....) Mr . . . IT PLYMOUTH $395 *. .. led i : .
;J If hare do
hauling to wo con equip .
4.Dew fides .. . .. .. LMwYeuw you you.TRUCKTOWN
"tO FORD R...It w..... IIMWIII* .. "t*...r4 ""ft, ..,.. Hole;

""ditl''d' 5"5'0100", 109S "EXZ $495 ATe

: 011.(4 . . . *.. . . . Claude Jenkins


HAROLD FUSSELL Lincoln-Mercury e

0w Dil Till f P.M. AH 0.. r.. .
((0- 22 Yr .f .,.,.... ... On-llry Swnrke) >* r. vMl
682.71 1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Nona MU 6-2159
411 N. Florida A".. MU 2-4151

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Ii! LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday March_ It ItU_ t

:, Circling Vultures Show Famine Stalking India WEST GATE LIQUORS

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I I By CONRAD FINK the official estimated that 2.( vicious men who make their come as expected. It moved to, water from wells miles away,
I \ r Associated: Press Writer million persons In 4,081 villages living by looting and murderIng -avert wholesale disaster When it became apparentthat Cup.Ra3Eka CUT RATE MIDNIGHT OPEN 'TILI
JODHPUR. India W In th I face the threat of starvation have moved out of the 14 Cent Per Day the situation was worsenIng I
the United State was asked
I skies of northwest India thousands that only quick relief measures desert and Into famine areas Villagers were rounded up, .
of vultures anc I for help.
I have warded off. He was unable -As many as 20, traveling rap- put to work building road and U. S. Ambassador Chester OLD CROW Rocking Chair
;'d { wait.land. Famine to talking Uu I to estimate the death toll Idly across the sand on camels, paid enough to eat. The bead Bowles flew to Jodhpur, the OUR .AI MAY RE MAIL, TALL' 2 99
ti I Drifting land and hot wlndi I but said the figure was thought strike Isolated villages and then of a household earns 14 cents stat capital and offered 20,000 .
whittling off the Great Indian I to be "quite low, considering fade away In the trackless for an eight-hour" day with a tons of surplus American wheatto .
i Desert have turned once fertile everything" waste that once wa farmland. pick or shovel help pay 100,000 workers MARTINS THE MINI.BAR S Pi ?
parts of Rsjasthan State into a "About 2.8 million cattle, the Even the penniless jobless Flimsy reed huts were set up building! roads near the city vvo Cackeetl Has Sp.cial HI..n VODKA
drought-stricken, earthly hell. measure of wealth In these,who labor on public relief projects near the road projects, where About half a million are expected 5:00.7100 r.M. only 492
I There) has been no rain for parts, face starvation. Many must work under the pro- blowing sand pile up like' to benefit from the 4.99 .79
more than a year and the blisterlng thousands have been turned ctlon of police sten guns. drifting mow, and entire American aid
1 baked loose to fend for themselves under Prime Minister Nehru's government tIles moved In with their Bowles also promised the
I sun long ago anything
that once was green. The the watchful eye of the predicted last year miserable belongings. The fam.I'United States would help feed' 1633 W. Memorial Blvd.
f "' animal that gives up and atom vultures. hat a famine would develop villages moved with the the most valuable the starving I
,'I bles to III knees brings the Bands. _of Dacoits swarthy -because--seasonal-rains-didn't ers. Camel caravans cattle. .
vultures down. In minutes there
Is nothing but a skeleton for'
I the drifting sand to cover.

Wont Sine 1IM _..
j !: "It's the worst time we've Filled Easter \ i orraI
!jl had since 1939." a state official ,, ETS
said. "And we're used to bad BAS
: I I times." TRLATS AND .
Panting In 102-degre heal, WITH CANDY TOYS T KEEtI II
4 DANDY Waml
; 5 C Aix
CHh.n ro .
kNt 49 Eyfhi.g c... Typ *r rHI'fI..,

P'r ; H.d.ttoltght M 116 SouthKentucky OPEN SUNDAYS Wed Thru POLE LAMP

c H w fp at 8:30 A.M. 'Til = *| flgg

r 7 P.M. Sun. Sale fcroro*. Cofc JLTTSe -




PLANTS CHECK OUR JIG ASSORTMENT..AND PRICES I Ye. yea sea como hi ony day of she week 04 set e ttmflot* anal ImMinf soffooor I
tae for only 49 II m. to cloilns.Wsdnsidar
Will last mow .............................--.ANY-r-. rrrrrr Y..
For Tear
Whitman March llrh, 11 ..m. 'til 7 tun. Saturday, March Hit, 11 rams til 7 '>,m.


with meat end rk*. 49'Thursday Steamed rite, tells and 49

1 Pound +' J Roll and butter ,,,,,, ...,.. ,. .. l buffer ,.....,,,,,... .,M .... .

4 bH ..r .....- ----.. ..
q 2.00
Reg. March 19th, 11 a.m. 'til 7 p.m. Monday, March 23rd, 11 a.m.'til 7 p.m.

yi lane Com para Qaallty th*! ,69' Boy or 61x1 SO CUTE VEAL FRICASSEE HAM CROQUETTE

n ? Cuddle Steamed rice, Roll 49c Gravy, mashed petetees, 49c

rCANDIDATED.wn ?. Bunn y' FOR TOTSIMat end butttr .................................. rails and batter ................... .

,-4 porcoUoutfih Bunny, duck or -.............----------r---- ................---..........-
Whitman ; pluth 2" l.mb.Plushwlth 93
y 2Pleu"HbtHm"HAMMER paws, ears, la, ,vinyl fees h. Friday, March 20th 11 '.m. 'til 7 p.m. TMidey. March 24th 11 a.m. 'til. 7 p.m.

JUMBO SIZE PLUSHBUNNIES and peat on toast 49" I fhh sticks, yell. 4.9c .

Durable af..l I6. Re", 1.39 Chocolates ; points ......... ,,. ,. ,.?................... and lifter ...".......,"...................
ec claw state, 14 Ox. Box I -..-.-.--._.._...-....... ...-. uv. ....--
philot sine I 88
wlthrubborgtips. (LI"I'Tw.1) 17x24" sIHor, 24* euddloror : / CLIP AND SAVE THIS MEJVI/-1/SE IT EVERYDAY

24-tnclior standing talll '
00ooooot oono 98 ?
m 1r Super oolorsuth. ..
Audi SWORD .
mm, 17, .f 190. W. Wolnirt -' '" "
,. .. .' EocEi 1:VAPORIZER : '
$ miffs' era**e bloiwmth III & HUMIDIFIER JSTS299GIANT ;
"laws In front of she Amilo'
Prince Ch.,..., riwMa SouDi.
om con.... She h i coodldoto' WILKINSON 79ft -
for M''.. L.k.lono, oJ will co",. = VARIETY. @ fS BUFFERIN ,MM*. . . . . . . .
pate I III the .....'011.. Junior BLADES
COLD 58"5S
send evict April' 1 .... 2. Fkw hra %5'.
(Udgor Photo by HII.....) 75CDouMoodgolONG

Inllitgl_ Packets Fowur1EDPUIl MILK CHOCOLATE 1 I VICKS 44 COUGH SYRUP . . 73'park.D.rN

Hard-Hitting 11'111

Report Made "Angel Rera.v.L.gFaflguswif6/ Sheer"i5,* I EGGS iJ Iii III THROAT DISC Y . . . . . . . 19_

On DeviatesTALLAHASSEE Seamless Support 'vtdualtywrapti AlllOlldlndl.! Rabbit t or' Lamb Jelly Bird Eggs 98e LISTERINE MOUTH WASH '. . . . . 69'

(AP) The Stockings ? 16-OI.blC Hollow mold pur4 AC A.orfed 24.01. Rey' .
Florida Legislative Investigations # ti.1. priced low! milk ''imdlf I i e 23c 4. 37c ZEST SOAP lATH Sin . . . . 3 for 29'
Committee called today Sins.M.L, pous0 396

for homosexuality dragging Into the the problem open with of 59 !h' 79c Marsbmallow Bunnies or Peeps R37 CHEER DETERGENT .250
an Illustrated V, . . ? .
2 ::-. Pink, .!W wholes
; The committee urged citizen; :::;" ':r y or Fgc peak
organizations to use the report pro p..p.lnepac..Jbun
i Has a jumping off point for a . . . . . 2 for 21-
I serious and meaningful consideration
I of the problem of homo

1 sexuality.." GILLETTE Stainless First Quality
Dangers Cited LIQUID LAWN FOOD Rej. $1.00
Citizens should "prepare their DOUBLE-EDGE BLADES for the SEAMLESSNYLONS 'fERMIU mm The complete nutritional
children to meet the temptations III.". .., easiest shaving' ; 4 long 8ge for effective, low cost, /' spray for lawns, shrubs, HAIR PINS
lasting bUdtt In -c1o.1t-fOuraelt'control el trees, lowers For ns mtetmlts.Compoundedto
of homosexuality handy dlipomor.
lurking todayIn hose spiayor and Ap_ 100 I.
the vicinity of nearly every C_ .,. $1.11 Stllorl sprinkler system. On A Pi.Ne. C....,_
Institution of learning." the committee formula approved for sea rrswv siUoncoTrrs scOOeqaare
.', ,
SCORE Hair Cream in c. '.1"" .
.ald.In .- government housing text
a report the committee Re,. 9So 2 Per 88 OneappUoattonwUl Box or the Ditroam, 19 I"w.n,'
headed by Rep. R. O. Mitchellof Howl The tint CLEAR! hair croon Pack trol tenl\1t..five years or n I. or.ante.vataunt Caw :
Leon County said that they for mini Try It for perfect groom.Ing 79 Papal., shed.., longer. 1 Gel f1.75 UST ? '' ta.45 VaJae A.1 s
had started drawing up a hom- ;M grooty look! Kng! tilt!s. six.. 9 ee 11. SWJValu. naas.a '
Here Another
sexual control for i
practice: act
Florida. 349 156 Utility Knifes
The report Included several I
picture of young males which
it laid came from file of set I I (s... Ie ''n
deviates. In addition the was : FURY CHLORDANE DUST 1096 ROSE GRO FOOD R.y. wit' It:
a dictionary of the word used A t 0 Kilt ans., arches, its.,, 79 A -III. which pr.vid.. fin 69 69c''I....'
homooexual : re3fln ellef b..tbs. Ye. se's, It, 4 Ibe. orowtk on1 hi"',,,.. $1.3? .... 4 ho.Wklt .
iii. by f<
John Evan, staff director forth I I
committee a4! that the report H* vv lulky Kilt Ift Sjj Mess Smart IAN-LON
was deliberately made bardhitting 'I pee,( Head & I
I Check These Low Everyday Discount Prices At' Wolgreenj
In an effort to Morpd Bobby Sox STRETCH HOSE

the situation Propaganda upon the Hit ImP"'j I Cemb.d O -Hlr O O C COUGH ARRESTIN SYRUP For am.. 2 Shoulders 98c BAN Roll-on d.od. . . 73c 3.50 METAMUCIL 1 lb. size . 2.IS

The committee organizations said that are homosexual 99 teMea.s peek peak 1.19 2 an.site 9910 to colon.II, 18 8C Efledh.Cealrel DANDRUPP Sk.mpe. 1.00 VO-S Hair Dressing. tub . 79c 3.11 UNICAP Vitamins DO's 2.57

pouring out a torrent of propaganda -; _via Rey. 69c 2.00 TONI Home Penn. . . 1.47 79c BAYER Aspirin IOC's . I_69c

believe In an that effort"!hOle to make afflicted others bed' 7 69c SWEETA Liquid or Tablets 59c 1.00 wOODBURY Shampoo S9c

with maladjusted homosexuality, misunderstood constitute and al: ,% y o' {ro 1A l_RAIIR' tube 79c SALVO Detergent . . (69c 6.50 THER GRAN-M 100's . 5.31
I Large
mistreated minority, composed sine $ 1.50 LOVING CARE . .. . 1.33 2.98 CERITOl Liquid or Tab. . 2.79
of productive people seeking
their proper place In the sun"' US MISS CLAIROL . . . 99c 69c POLIDENT Dentu Creme . 59c

,., ;: there The are committee 60,000 homosexual estimated 1 In 4Sc GLYCERIN Suppositories . 33c 1.50 SUAVE Hair Spray lac

j" persons Florida, estimated and said the that figure some at SPEC TROCIB-T 69c CREST Toothpaste . 59c 19c MICRIN Mouthwash . 79c

twice that. BAUER b BLACK 59c ALIA SELTZER 25's . . 49c US ABSORBINE JR. . . 1.29 p

Hew PROFILE by SQUIBB BRACER Fw Rd, Ros40 Hsnds 27c SIMILAC Liquid . . . 22c 1.49 GELUSIL Liquid . . . 1.19

Losing Record DOUBLE Rap fl.vw leeches Mlrl ll MEDICATED HAND 1Sc BABY PACIFIERS . .. . 9c 1.19 LYSOL Spray 9k

BOULDER, Colo. (W) Jim DUTY PRO f thr..f, foe i Supporter Belt CREAM 9Bc DRISTAN Tablets . . 79c
MeConlofue, assistant football. TOOTH (RUSH mt"0f'01e w 99c BUFFERED Aspirin . . 49c
Colorado QC
the University of
coach at says ho had an 0-5 record 8 1.19 DRISTAN Nasal Mist . 1.09 1.29 ANACIN 100'1 . .yyt
Holds I" .beI. ,, '
lyx. e V ;
BJ4 bomber pilot In "Toofhrl+ap.d"
World as War a II.McConlogue. I II with gum-mti- 9 C R. 1.00 88 i manaid m'seat"atiguw" 495 3-.x, 1.25 LILLY INSULIN U-40 . 1.09 LILLY INSULIN u-ao . 1.96
I says ho flow f iv' sago Idonto-tlp:
Our Low Price
missions and <,was shot down
five times S

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