Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00016
 Material Information
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 19, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00016
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Consistent Appraisal Yardstick Would Erase City Tax InequitiesBy

WILLIAM D. SHILLING olclpal tax bills. Others have been paying than $400,000 to reassess all real property County City Mary H. McDonald 10,380 8,200
Ledger SUN Writer very high municipal tax bills.It In Polk. Name Value Value J. L DeWhlrst 11,260 7.700
Equalization of the property assessment la difficult to justify any assessment The Ledger study Indicates above all that May T. Cook II(4,040( 111,400 Elizabeth T. Wooten 11.220 8,800
roll in the City of Lakeland limply means policy which falls to treat each property there Is a crying need for the city commission R. W. Jones 13,300 10,020 Chas M. Terry 11,840 .200
using the lame yardstick In appraising every owner equally. Unfortunately, Lakeland has to correct the thousands of tax Inequities Harry Cranlhaw 12,130 1.780L. Paul L. Downing 11420 8,800
piece of property for tax purposes. had such a policy.A which presently exist in the city. E. Guice 15m 12,000H. V. N. Carter 14,060 10,300
An analysis of the present roll shows that study of the assessment roll In Lakeland The following table shows some of these B. Hyatt 11.750 9,300W. E. G. Hacking 15.860 13.300W.
at least two yardsticks have been used In seems to indicate that the property list C. Searl Jr 18,420 14S00 G. Muschler 12,790 10,780
past yean In establishing property values. has just grown like "Topsy." Margaret T, Brown 20,230 18,280 Beatrice M. Lewis 11.310 10, 00
The one yardstick has resulted In some Appraisals made yean ago were probably P. D, Swindler 14,400 10,500Ethel S, L. Luecht 10,690 7.760R.
.' property appraisals which are only 10 or 15 reasonably correct at the time. But over L'aslOI A Series C. Armstrong 13,870 1.700 E, Van Winkle 10,380 6,400
per cent of the values established by the the years there has been a great increaseIn C, H. Davis Jr 14,810 10,280 H. L Woodard 19,780 18.500
County of Polk. the value of real estate. And the old M. M. Handley 14.760 11.780 Katherine Jaeggla 15,560 12.760
The other yardstick has resulted In some assessments have not been adjusted to reflect 1. M. Evans 19,270 13,800 Inei C. Moore 15.540 12,760
property appraisals which are 50 per cent, the changing economic conditions In a Inequities. It covers Just one.half of the 1. F. Haleman 11,860 8,000 J. T. Duckett 12,310 1.400
73 per cent and even higher, than the county's rapidly growing city. total property roll It Is the third such table Walter Blelanskl 11.010 7.700 E. C. Crow 13,520 9,400
assessments. Assessments of more recent years ap- listing property valued at either the cityor W, R. ROIl 20.900 13,900 Frieda I. Wilcox 11,420 6,120
Under the dual yardstick approach to pear to be reasonably well In line with the county level at a minimum of $10,000 1. H. Lanier lS.l60 11.780 Miry L. Fischer 10,030 7,000
property assessments some owners of real valuations aet by the county several years with a difference of at least $2,000 In the H. D. Knowlton 14,140 12,000
property have, been paying very low mu.111.l1"'I- ago when a professional firm was paid more assessments O. F. 'Welia 18,800 1 ,780 (Turn To Page S, Column 1)

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WILLIAM D. SHILLING convey to the public Its confidence The resolution by the Industrial to the ( Wlr.pk.r.1. _
Ledger Staff WriterA In the Lakeland Industrial Board noted that the were
special meeting of the Board." board was created by the municipality from NIc S. AsksDestruction '
city commission will be held Commissioners voted 4-3 at to promote Industry the Island. Hoffa Is Afraid
tomorrow morning at 9 o'clockto their meeting last Monday to in Lakeland, and that the in the all.
discuss a proposed indus- approve the expenditure of members serve without pay S miles 'I
trial dinner to be paid out of up to $1,500 for the dinner for the "benefit" of the citizens threat-
public funds. Commissioner 1 a me. R. of the city. : : Cypriot 1 Of Bombers Of Union Revolt
Mayor Harold Griziard an- West strongly objected to the It noted that an "IndustrialAppreciation" I if the Greek
nounced the special session today expenditure of public funds firing by
dinner was held The United
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following a resolution for the dinner. He several In Lakeland In April of 1963 after the Soviet WASHINGTON W-Convicted ment I hive consistently refused .!
from the Lakeland Industrial times described the affair asa at the personal expense of the no word States proposed to Teamsters' President James R.I to 'conform' as a price of
which stated It had "drunken dinner" and the that they each destroy
Board started from Union
Industrial for the simple reason i
members of the Hoffa Is seeking to quell any peace
been held to "public scorn. word "orgy" wan also used Board. 480 planes from their budding revolt In his giant union that I have always known that :
and ridicule" over the din during the discussion. The speaker at the 1963 Cyp- strategic bomber fleets over a by personal appeals to III 17 the price would come out of the '
ner.The West asked Mayor Grizzard event was U. S. Sen. Spessard to Gha- two-year period. million members. pockets of the rank and fill. I
resolution was signed Fires "
to "guarantee" that no public was elected to represent.
William S. Myrick Jr., the 1.. Holland the The proposal for destructionof His approach In a previously
by be village
would for
funds expended 4*
The resolution stated that unpublicized letter, la that he Legal Fees High
new chairman of the Indus- the purchase of alcoholic firing con- American B47 and Soviet
Gov. Farris Bryant and the will eventually upset his eight- Hoffa apparently was not referring .
trial Board. It asked that the beverages for the dinner morning as TU16 Badger bombers was madeat
Florida Industrial Commission federal jury tampering to the thousands of dollars -
special meeting be called to event. surrender a meeting of the 17 nation
"reconsider the question of had requested Lakeland and 'W.0 disarmament conference by U.S. conviction-and that It ha does in legal fees piled up 011.
holding such a banquet and The Mayor said he could not other cities to hold "Industrial negotiator Ardlan S. Fisher not, all Teamsters would have his trial at Chattanooga Tens?
give such a guarantee but Appreciation" dinners in 1964. Bids at much to lose as he does and numerous previous court
that he would make auch a It continued In part: Reds Wanted All ScrappedIt Members Told battles :.:
request to the industrial board., board the reference
'The was planning Power differed substantially from Rather appeared
Hoffa's letter to all Team..ters' '
Special Edition, West and Commissioners R. again to have such a banquetIn the demand for total destruction officiate and members to be an attempt to persuade
H. Gibson and W.tY.-Woolen behalf of the city, and re- of all strategic bombers of, Teamsters' members Boone
Being Sent To voted against the $1.500 ex seeks to Identify the unions' interests can represent them better
I Column I) both nations made to conference with his own In his long
penditure. (Turn to Page ,
than ha at the bargaining table
Hungry Horse Corp., of on Jan. 29 by Soviet battle against Justice Department
the union wall
or run huge as
Da you know where the 17th Polk Youth today low base sub delegate Fisher suggested Semyon K.that Tsarapkln the two bars efforts! to put him behind as he has In the past sevenyears .,/
Annual '
of Horse b as its president.
Hungry each
the steam big powers should destroy Hoffa SI, told his members: There has been
no move
located We didn't knew of Lake 20 planes a month over a two- backed open
"I have never away
either until a subscriber Fair In BartowBy he among high-ranking Teamsters.
Opens utility ex year period. In_ addition, from a fight in my life In all
entered a copy of TheLecIIer' ) I said the United States Is prepared -my 32 years In the labor mov. (Turn to Page 8, Column I)
special Polk RONNIE STUART ceeds to go to the baker of Perez the to destroy an additional
County Progress Edition Ledger Staff Writer the cake. agent said agreed number of planes In its
and directed that It be McCown estimated bids on submitted a mothball reserve. 3rd Stage Of Delta Rocket
sent to his brother In Hungry BARTOW-The 17th annual some of the cakes will range of add Fisher stressed that the destruction I
Horse. Youth Fair-billed aa the biggest would have
aa high as $100. air heater of planes '
The spatial l edition in the nation-got underway Girls who won blue ribbonsIn A second to be carried out under strict Fails To Orbit Satellite
pointing mp Polk County's this morning with some this morning's dress competition the three observation by the other nation.
achieved and 2,000 exhibits scheduled to be the Charles "The B47 and the TU18 bombers -
progress, will model their lash* CAPE KENNEDY trv-An Explorer announcement said analysis ef
anticipated will be pub shown of the ions Plant are logical armaments with scientific satellite failed radio date showed the third
lished March 2S-4be first Representatives coun- Tomorrow's agenda calls for equipment which to start the process of stage burned for only 22 seo
of The Ledgers regular ty's 4-H Clubs Future Farmers a horsemanship contest from physical destruction of arms," to orbit today because of trou- onds Instead of the Intended 40.
Saturday morning edition of America and Future I o'clock until noon. Tomor- the twO al- Fisher said "The United States ble with the third stage of the Packed In the rocket's nose
of America (
*. 11 win be deliveredto Homemakers row night, fat steers will besold : and the Soviet Union possess Delta booster rocket. was a 120.pound payload Intended
exhibit their products to the numbers of The satellite was to have made
all Ledger aubscribers. at auction from 7:30: Co., of roughly comparable to orbit more than 700 miles
Adltlonal copies at 21 public today and tomorrow at o'clock until 10. and these aircraft anJ the two types the most extensive study yet of high to make the most extaatslve
five the Uvestock Pavilion southof aircraft have been assigned the earth's Ionosphere and was
cents per copy er for Toda/a Judging was to include of survey yet of the loan
Bartow on U.S. of Wor atrateglc to serve as a tracking target for
en* dollar mated tree foods, flowers beekeeping generally similar sphere, an electrically-charged<<
Scheduled to highlight today' -
anywhere to the U. S. er ornamentals, vegetables, 7 .304 and roles" Intense User light beams flashed which
atmospheric region re
is girls' >
activities a '
Canada, nay be ordered dress revue and cake sale set citrus dairy cattle dairy Objection Ant1clp.tedFlaher from the ground fleets radio signals and makes
from Ledger newsboys! er showmanship and grooming the bids will Short .
tonight In the Third Stage possible long range communstions *
30 o'clock -
the circalatbn office. A for 7: woodworking crafts, and tha city's met In advance an expected *"
arena. : for eval Soviet objection that The Delta blasted away from on earth. *
handy order blank b ea sheep.
Page B of today's edition. I Cakes SeD High The Bartow Rotary Club both the B47 and the Badgerare Cape Kennedy at 614: am.1 More than 80 Il'OUftcIata_
being phased out of battle- (EST). Two hours later the National in 32 countries were to have received
: Polk County Agricultural will operate a concession pre '
Aeronautics and Space signals from Explorer
the entire fair to contract ready forces as obsolete. 30
And ra cue you're Agent Jack T. McCown said throughout '
wandering, the town ef the top 20 cakes Judged to be sell barbecue meals hot dogs turbine "The phasing out of aircraft" Administration. bid reported lost the track-I In what termed a space"the agency spokesman .
Hungry Horse b located the best of the approximately hamburgers and cold drinks, expansion to does not mean destruction he ng stations first attains
hi the state ef Montana.' too entered In the competition with all profits from sales going on a bid said "Bombers In storage can Ute some 30 minutes to make a truly global measurement *
will be auctioned with pro- to the fair. be flying again in short order." ,off. Shortly afterward another, of the biosphere." -


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LEDGER, -,. March, H, IK
-i FEC Seeks 1 I
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We're proud to report : ,, Rail Merger

This is the year of The Incomparable Imperial JACKSONVILLE m- Th 4, ; florid Bart Coast Railway'wtntt '

Imperial It the most wanted,lunury ..r\It.... Our sales figures prove It. AntoaHy' there were more IfII.peNIIDftIertd the federal court to stupl I Ian

in 60 days than were sold In the entire 1961 model year. We hope there will be no delay in filling your order. But Imperial J authorised merger of All'in-!

production cannot be rushed at a saorMce of quality. You wouldn't want It that way. And when yeu see and drive tic Coast I Line ,Ind Seaboard t'
Airline I'
Imperial you will unde and why it's the one fine ear worth waiting for. Enter the quiet world of Imperial today railroad
The merger, approved last
.... Dec. 13 by the Interstate Com i
?:. merce Commission, goes into I
\.. f. "' I. I'' I '" effect April 10. I
The FEC, in a petition filed!
yesterday, said the proposed
firm would monopolize railroad:
service In Florida Alabama,
North and South Carolina, Georgia .
and Virginia. It said &0 per
cent of the firm's traffic wouldbe
The FEC laid It depended on
PY an exchange of traffic with the
1 ACL In order to compete with iiL1 ,
Seaboard on Florida'a taut coast

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trree-judge court took the
FEC complaint under consid-
ration. COMPlYING FOR MISS LAKELAND- .... .... Lee4h.'..e, I'. ef 421 W l..lv*..re St., MMkwMli
j et riorU Smrthani CeIl...'s w.tr feme .i ..K. S.MS .. cMtatftiil hi Milt ,..r'. MMUhlan !
( r. rfrll l FAT *' ........ Tk. (.. t wlU .. hU. April 1 and 2 .1 KM mw lvi. ". *". (Ladfw phate I
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Avillnbla to you without > inelor"* Martin Luther Predicts II
prosrl ton. our drug o ll,d ODHINKX. j King
1 M f PERJAL You malt l roar nrnnir back Nn .trenuouimnnbia .
laiatlvM, HIM

1 dl./Inr taking.,awn.urackotrt of ODR1NBX ao-eallid or eraklM rniluolng. a, or flay HO.b..tabto ...or...1 Record Racial Action This Year U

50,4.1f/ awallowtd When
you taka ODHINEX. yon "till anjor
your aiMilii, at III .at tha fnoda you EDITORS-One ef the prime I of the Southern fight again t Mississippi desegregation ef
.- ::Ika rv*, but for-Jou axtra Imply! Dflrtlona See It and drive It at your nearest Imperial dealer's --- 0 d.pre.. Von appoIta r la Dr. Martin Luther civil least 1.3M students from Northern .
and daonaami dMlra for ; rights demonstrations
food. four walflit your must corn King Jr. ef Atlanta president elbe and Western colleges, and
down, barauaa a. your aw* dootor t Southern Christian Leadership will reach record proportionsthis universities to Mississippi this

HAROLD FUSSELL INC. 411 N. Florida Ave Lakeland Fla. fat you mitt w.igh and Ml l you llva loop., whoa lonnr Olt.yam rid ODRINVXMU o" ourooo IMW jushre: Conference.Associated Here Prose b an Inter-a*,. "I year.think we will see the hot summer to Join the drive.
Capital Action Planned
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| 0 aid la sold on thlaUAHANTEBJ low. King his views test summer In terms of
y gives as
() H not aatlafUd .(ornjr civil rights," King said In an Interview If there Is serious filibusterIn
raaaon Ju"t ..II... the p..kaca te the course the battle will
tu your drurclat and got you; t ate this "I think we will see the U.S. Senate against the
full monor. OPRINEX bark Mo sold qUMrtloaiaaktd with ,OttosuamntesLLbri year. demonstrations on a level and civil rights bill "then we def-
THE KIND OF MAN : DRUB By DON MCKEE size we've never seen before." Inltely plan action In Washington
You'd Wont In Your Office Will Be Reading The LEDGER Wont Ads Tomorrow. 114 t. MAIN MAIL ATLANTA, Ga (AP) Dr. Alabama Main Target and supportive" action all
Ploce Your Offer Where He'll See It. Call MU 6.1151 Now OROBftS ,11.1.8D.A'''. Martin Luther King Jr, I leader Outlining plans for 1964, around the country he said
King Another phase of his efforts.
reiterated that Alabama has
, King said, will center this summer -
i been chosen as the main target en the presidential election
I this year by the Southern Christian and political conventions.'I .
SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND Leadership Conference he plan to travel into Northern .

heads. communities and try to Inl., '
The Alabama campaign will date a very massive, Intensified '
begin In late April or early voter registration! drive,"
May, King said, and It mightbe he said. "We have studied mar- .,
centered on Montgomery or ginal districts aD over the United .
f notions and sale! spread out over five major Suites.-those districts where
stationery cities.A congressmen barely got elected
team la working In Alabama and additional votes would
<< to mobilize Negroes, King make the difference.
said. "In many Instances these congressmen
"We are toping to get at have been wishy-
least 10,000 recruits. for a nonviolent washy on civil rights and new
be Voters could change tha ," 1
army who\wIn willing ,
y wow r 5 a to spend the! vacation toad King said he will call a con'erence : -
U necessary 1> said. t'King probably m September, .
declined go Into details ;"to launch a nattanride {etae
of the Alabama drive. tlve, buying program" 09 %. national
He laid SCLC U helping In basis

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Plane Wreck DiscussedNEW

.. ORLEANS AP Re Among those Identified was
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-- into Lake Pontchartraln waa su- delegate to the United Nations.
to write, right now eras save tool upended today while experts Coroner Nicholas Chetta said
Mr and Mrs. Louis O. Meltzerof
plotted salvage strategy.
William Lamb, a Civil Aeronautics Washington. D. C;, were still

? 'boxed'gift! pound! paper and "Treasure Chest"jumbosize boxed assortments of light to Board Washington official to made outline a when clasping their each bodies other's were recov hands

; difficulties faced In the underwater ered.
*.: ':' ;stationery envelopes stationery greeting cards salvage operation.The .
Eastern Air LinesDCS
pound envelopesspecial
.. .. paper special specialJUSc special plunged Into the shallow Lakeland Man
spec fat A 2 boxes 8Ue lake from about 7.000 feet last
.; 2 boxes :I package box Feb. 23, carrying U persona to Will Manage
2 boxes' for ttttc their death. I
llllc KSc It's so nice to remember and
Fine vellum in white, pink or blue; easy too when you have the right Crater Snavhed Rossi CampaignRalph
plain or fancy whitror colon Vellums (in ,'I', 100 sheets and, 50 envelopes per card! Three assortments to choose Why It crashed la a mysterythat I' ,

0 you'll find the one that's your Air pink Moil 100 toot sheets, 25 envelop!box in loch box. A better paper for special occasions from all-birthday, oil-occasion, solve CAB If enough Investigators of the wreckagecan hope to Polk County 3. Roses tax, assessor candidate, has for

signature thin${ large assortment! package. Stock your desk now. a fine gift too and or oll-get-well 14 lovely cards be retrieved to give them announced that Douglas McDon
Stock up now for oil gift occasions. save .'writ more often! specially priced'! In each box.all' some clues. Thus far, all wreckage : ald. Lakeland businessman has
baa been In small pieces. been appointed his Polk County
The plane smashed a big campaign manager. McDonald
Stationery crater In the lake'f "hard bottom Is owner of Salts Lighting Co..
," which lies beneatb 13 Lakeland.
filIIliJ feet of water and about six feet Campaign headquarters for
of mud. Roast will be at the Mutual
Presumably, much of the Builders Exchange, 217 S. Lake
wreckage of the ltd ton plane Parker Ave, Lakeland.
remains In the crater, since Mrs Catherine Jelskia. secretary
only about a twentieth of It has of the Mutual Builders Exchange -
been recovered. The problem was appointed treasurer
la bow to beat proceed In the for Rossi's campaign. Mrs.
salvage operation. Jetskfs to a resident of Polk
Plane discussed Include dredg County and wile of Karol lei-
leg the area or building a coffer keg Lakeland businessman.
MoTN'e lam around the crash sits and
,< pumping It dry First US. president\ born In
a G G ET5 IS Bodies identified the United States after tilt adoption
7ti of the U.S. Constitution was
While salvage work Was suspended William Henry Harrison.
the Orleans Parish
(county) coroner announced ; Before the U. S. Federal Bureau .
A '" identification of the remains of of Investigation enters a
If" another 13 persons There were kidnaping case, 24 !hours must
38_bodies still! unaccounted for elapse.
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state legfetettve committee repots 198S However the committee '. ( \ '
defined to arouse public was ,1'\' t' 5' A) '
completely reorganised ''': ; t
sentiment, against homosexuality !- Florida Senate President Wilson : ; ;
fete*) baa aroused the ire Carraway told newsmen he! 10"
of rey state officials' did I
not want the report in his i '; '
Richard Gerstein, State Attor home and hoped distribution 1 1"fr.
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hey for Dade County warned the would be limited.Mitchell 1"I'
committee not to lend any more
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of the newsmen 4" ,
44-page booklets Into hit
Wednesday the report was not :
area or face prosecution on stale suitable for general publicationnor .
obscenity laws.Gerstein
was It Intended so He said
r laid the purpose of only authorized organizations, { A
the publication could backfire byl such as Rotary Clubs or YMCA Lauder's't"Sorrento '
becoming the object of curlew']I[study groups. would be allowed I r I BROTHERS
i Ity in every school in the .tat e to purchase the report. Pink!" 1 1r
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Rep. O. Mitchell, chairman _
of the Legislative Investigations Estee louder new Re Nutrtv lipstick In atone

Committee that released the report to compliment Spring's pink hues-a
Mid only 300 copies of 2.000 Unit ScheduleBARTOW deeper pink of lush, lively, vibrant character
printed were distributed. These reminiscent of days In Sorrento Re "
went to state barefoot
legislators and L '
news media, he said Supervisor of Nutriv Is a revitalized formula using cost. .
The booklet contains photographs Registration Blanche Work ly creams of creams, giving a texture of "
taken from sex deviates yesterday schedule announced a two-day unbelievable smoothness 3.50 plus tax, \\1 thong sandal ,
and a dictionary of homosexual for the mobile voter Refill 2 50 .
plus tax
language registration unit to be in Lakeland r '
by Dayton .
; Mitchell said the report was '
Tomorrow the unit will be I
j designed to arouse public sent Mau' Cosmetics
I ment against homosexualism and at Southgate Shopping Center S \ of Miami
from ,
I set the 930am to 2 p m and
stage for
stronger state
laws at Grove Park Shopping Center .
controlling sexual
perverts from 3:30: until .
p.m. 9pm 1.99
said he hoped the fur
Saturday, the unit will be at
or over the report would not destroy -J M. Fields from 10 a.m. until 1lM > \
its Intended purpose. 10 p.m. J
Karl CriticalCubernatorla" Mrs Work said all voters The great summer barefoot '
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Karl of Daytona Beach criticizedthe register at the mobile unit.
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LAKELAND LEDGER TTiundiy, March II, IM4 Meanwhile, Back At The Lodge. De Gaulle-How _

II I. LEDGER EDITORIALS I ..... To Win In Mexico

And Lose EuropeBy

Protecting Florida Pupils

FLORIDA has 40,000 teacher The Legislative Investigating Com (B!)y
During the past few years, 69 have mittee has issued a report in booklet WASHINGTON The slgnlflcint .

been dismissed on moral grounds and form in which it is estimated that in thing in the western
alliance these days Is not
80 cases are now pending before the Florida are as many as 60,000 male what President De Gaulle Is

State Board of Education.In homosexuals and possibly as many female doing In Mexico but what

most of these cases homosex- deviates. Chancellor Erhard Is doing In

uality has been the charge. That; some of these would find their --- J JNFW Germany.De Gaulle. the nationalist Is .

These 149 cases make only a small way into the .teaching profession is getting the headlines but the 1R
total against the total of 40,000 teach- inevitable. really new and significant'

ers but each case is always a cause for That they be weeded out of the thing Is that Erhard is emerging -

serious concern because the deviatesare profession as rapidly as they are dis- as an internationalist whoIs L
determined to be one of the .
dealing with pupils from day today covered is imperative. leading architects of a unified .wJAMES

unsuspecting boys and girls who All the authoritative studies indicate p PAltRt European community,

are In danger of being warped for that homosexuality is much on PRiMA This was not foreseen a

life. the increase. It is a problem as old was year whether ago. The De question Gaulle, then who

Therefore a special approach to as mankind. No person of realistic had negotiated the Franco- .

the problem of dealing with such thinking expects that it can be eradi German axis, would be ableto

teachers is being proposed by ThomasD. speak for West Germanyon
cated.However the world scene
Bailey State School Superintendent, it Is important to maintains Had he been able to do so, RESTONIng

and his proposal seems sound. barriers as high and ,strong as his Influence In Latin America toward the day (Jan. 1,

Until now, investigations of teachers possible to protect the young people and elsewhere would have 1966) when, under the treaty

suspected of being homosexualshave upon whom sex deviates would prey, been much greater today thanit of Rome, decisions can betaken
is but it has not
actually ,
been made by the Legislative. In- and the records show that a large worked out that way. Erhard on questions many for major all economic the

vestigating Committee percentage of adult deviates seek out la proving to be one of the Common Market countries (Including

Now there Is a Professional Practices boys and girls In their teens, and strongest opponents of the France) even againsta

Commission made up of individuals younger, as victims.So kind of French dominated De Gaulle veto
i: Europe De Gaulle wants and
/ The present atmosphere in
in the educational field, and it the greater effort being made / : he Is not tt all enthusiastic the alliance, therefore, Is
is Bailey's proposal that this Commission by the state agencies to protect young either about De Gaulle's recognition slightly misleading. On the

do the investigating of teachers. people in the public) schools and elsewhere of communist Chinaor surface, De Gaulle has broken

There is a further suggestion that the is a reasonable, proper and timely of De Gaulle's campaign the movement toward a
against the Anglo-Saxons. common allied approach toward
Commission have a full-time director effort, Inasmuch as a school teacher common economic and

with a legal background to be In gen who is a deviate can do especially RECENTLY It has been Er political problems. Also he
eral charge of the investigations. great harm. hard who has been taking the) has Interrupted if he has not
lead to combat Inflation In stopped the momentum toward
of the
Voice i People Italy Franre, and to a lesser a common defense and

. Polk's Lagging Registration extent In Holland by urging nuclear policy In the Atlantic.At .
the Common Market countriesto home, De Gaulle has
harmonize their economic some trouble with rising
THIS IS a big election year but The deadline for registering is This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page*"""- policies and It has been Er- prices and a shortage of class

thousands of Polk County residents April 4 at 5 p.m.Approximately. hard who has been making rooms and there have been

still have not registered, and the deadline 65,000 Polk County the concessions to the common mutterings there, as here,
have to date. Tkh tJiHrlil ,.!. .Hm ate MwifwMr'l see .,lnli .. mtHrt of current ......... I.* .... market commission in against the high cost of foreign -
for is little residents
registering only a registered dittritl column, h wtlcomn th* .,'Intom .> _t.n in the V.le. of the ,..?'I. e.I....... LHrt ..,...! Brussels. aid and an Independent
more than two weeks away. There should be at least 10,000 .. II..." end beer the wrltw'l ,"",. but Mmtl will .. withhtld. epee ..H..t.. A .kits ilMiild Mlxc A recent Incident In the delicate nuclear policy but his political
Shame on Lakeland for still beingat more names on the books when the ..d 250 wordi, end ,..... ..mot k. suit The L."... "..,*" Hi. rit M reject| wy btttr MrJnrU field of agricultural policy base is undoubtedly stronger
the bottom of the list, percentage deadline arrives. Ir. Optnwm .f columnnri .nd *hf ......,ltut..* *pp..r elsewhere .. this Ml*. Illustrates we point. Offl- than any other in West

wise! The county office is open Tuesdayand ern Europe. .
THE RISE of materialismhas
There are three places at which to Friday nights until 9 o'clock. on In our state that I could be It that this was going to be For.elgn fatrlclall weakened the normal ar
i register: It will be open the next three Sat 'Quite AnExperience' so unaware of. their victory. Several propos dor of Ideology In France The

(1) County registration headquarters urdays as well as on other week days. So, I gathered all of the als were presented to the In West Germany, con French women rush jto sup .
in Bartow. Now is the time for citizens who material that I could find board by the producers that fronted by a sharp drop in port President De Gaulle
along with some signed affidavits i would enable them to have a the price of eggs stopped all whenever he submits any major
((2)) The branch office In Lakeland have been procrastinating to go into sad marched myself better producer-distributor lev- shipments of eggs from Holland question to a national
at the northwest corner of action and get themselves registered EDITOR: To those of you In off to the commission's meetIng el. This proposal was quickly into Germany. The Dutch' referendum. A vast majorityof
+ Main Street and Massachusetts Those who fail to register are goingto the public that are Interested I had asked several days taken up by the distributors appealed to the Brussels com the French electorate is
If you have never attended a before to be put on the agenda and It all boiled down to one mission which decided West violently opposed to going
d .Avenue. feel awfully left out when voting public meeting of the Florida so that I could perhaps get the thing-either the producers Germany was not Justified in back to the political InstabilIty -
(3) The civic center in Lakeland.In time comes around.Is Milk Commission, you have answers to some questions that would agree with whatever the stopping the Dutch exports. of-pre-De Gaulle France.
addition, a mobile unit is being Lakeland going to continue to missed quite an experience. there seemed to be no logical dairy distributors offered to Erhard went along with the And the Gaulhat government
used, and with good reii lt'r Approximately be at the tag end of registration righton Like a little boy seeing his answers to. Had It not been pay them, or they made the commission despite the protests monopolizes the French television
first horror movie. for Rep. Lawton Chiles kind point very clear that they, of some of his most Influential and radio network In
1,700 persons have registered,. until the deadline? I attended my first one In offer to attend this meeting could secure out of state milk political upport r., a way.-th.t BO other western
at the mobile unit. We shall know pretty toon. Orlando March 4, 1964. I had with me, I. would not have It.vts the,same principal as Italy too has been making European democracy would
It is a!. the two Kwik-Chek storesin The days between now and the encountered quite a lot of been given the opportunity to' ,having a bomb held over your clear to De Gaulle that it ,tolerate.All .
Lakeland today.Tomorrow deadline will\ quickly. trouble with this commission speak before the board. It ap hesd-agree-or--I does not Intend to follow his these factors help sustain
pass due to my selling DOc gallon peared to me that I was more The meeting ended with the policy for Europe. The Rome De Gaulle's popularity at
it will\ be at the South- Register now, lest you find yourself jugs of milk. The commissionsays or less considered a detrimentto results being in favor of the government Is preoccupiedwith home, but they do not mean
gate and Grove Park shopping centers passed up, left out and standing a merchant Is to receive this board. commission and the dairy distributors its political difficulties that he can bend the Com
in Lakeland. on the sidelines on election day.If no less than their 92o fixed The audience at this meeting These poor produc home. It has made its "open- mon Market to his personal
price. My license was revoked contained some 500 people received four Ing to the left" and both aims. Economic France has
ers a On Saturday it will be at the J. M. cherish the right to vote, exercise
you unlawfully by one of the com from all walks of life. There In their Class I milk. President Segni and Giuseppe a vast and growing stake in
Fields store in Lakeland. it mission's so called deputies were large and small producers Where Is justice and fairness Saragat the Social Democrat the development of that market -
from Tampa When I yelled some had attorneys, going to enter into the foreign minister, have Insisted and while De Gaulle's
about this action license some did not. There were large that De Gaulle's Fran.
- my anti-British and antiAmerican
. Florida's Shamrock For Sale was returned two days later dairy, distributors and their the scene producers? What can? Someone we do to better help German axis should not be moves no doubt amuse
and the dairy distributors were attorneys, and the curious and care-It's almost too late used to minimize the place of the French, most observers
notified to resume deliveriesto Interested people of the public.It Italy in Europe or weaken the believe they are more Interested -
SHAMROCK is a Florida villagein many other spots like Shamrock, spots We are being railroaded just
store. Although I appeared that even an at. of
my received prospect developing a in security and pros
the heart of Dixie ,County on the where big, steam-powered sawmillscut an apology from the torney had an attorney. The as difference the producers Is, that are.the The producers only strong European "partner- perity than they are In grand
upper west coast. thousands of trainloads of logs Jnto commission because its action commission, with only five are too well aware of this Ship" with the United States. eur

Dixie is bounded on the east by timber and then faded away.In against me was unlawfully men on the board, had two at fact, and we are Just going Against this background DeGaulle's
done I was strongly told thatIf torneys. When I liilized the THUS WHILE De Gaulle is tour of Mexico is a
around with half
the Suwannee River and on the west neighboring Pasco County is a I did not comply with the circumstances that I was goIng shut. $or complete our eyes information dramatizing the independenceof pleasant ceremonial success: ,
by the Gulf of Mexico.To village called Odessa. There, half a commission's fixed price my to face, I was moat grateful and fo ran eye-opening France, with his trips to but It is a sideshow. The main
the east of Shamrock is Old century ago, was the Dowling LumberCompany' license would be revoked (this for Mr. Chiles' presence In experience, just attend one of Latin America, and his recognition event Is going on in the economic
time, with a court order) per my behalf. the of Communist China, and political develop-
Town. To the South is Horseshoe.To big sawmill And only a manently. It was this experience The producers at this meet- commission's. public meetIngs. the fact Is that the rest of the ment of Europe and this is
the west is Dead Man's Bay. mile away, at Gulf Pine, was the Gulf with this commission that Ing were beaten before the nations in the Common Market proceeding, not with I De
Pine Lumber Company. opened my eyes and made me meeting began. The dairy distributors N. C. (Butch) PAYNE Jr. are quietly opposing his Gaulle's Ideas, but against
Shamrock is that
a village was a When the timber was cut out, the wonder Just what was going had already seen to FrostproofIn design for Europe and work- them. e
city, and now it is for sale.
mills became silent and gradually fell
The population once was 5,000, is
apart after some of the best machinery

now Decades only about ago, before 150. the spot had a There had were been hundreds sold and of houses taken away.most Too Much Steam Too Early In LifeIN

name it was frontier country with a ly crude shanties.

stand of tens of thousands of acres of knowOdessa' ,
Now who do not
big timber. A huge sawmill was built' people By RUSSELL BAKER had to be old enough and the prosperous 1950's, Is THE same way the hike.
there and the Shamrock history can drive through jt'rta 't1 jark Eimee sufficiently versed In practical doubtless due In part to the weekend beer bust, which And now they are forced to
name was that rural spot without seeing any evidence 'WASHINGTON Police mayhem to belong to the general affluence. Beyondthat used to be a college pastime let off a fullalze adult head
chosen in deference to the lumber telling of the two big industries Chief A. 0. Folsom Jr. of American Legion before he however it is part of Is now generally practiced by of steam at the seashore by
company president who was an Irishman that flourished there decades Daytona Beach Fla, has sober was entitled to drink beer and the unwholesome social trend the fuzzy-jawed high school the age of 18. It Is asking too
named O'Brien. ago. advice for college students whisky on the sidewalk and of forcing the adult way of set. Cigarette addiction, which much of them? What will be
There was a big sawmill at Grove- planning an Easter holiday leave obscene markings on life prematurely upon our used to occur after high- left for them by the time they
Shamrock, like other sawmill com land in Lake County and at Holopawin ,in his town. other people's automobiles. children.It school graduation, now often are 25? Divorce narcotics and
munities of those rugged frontier Osceola County. They should refrain from Letting off steam In those Is in a class with the dismal begins in junior high school. the lesser felonies may seem
destroying property drinking days was properly looked upon custom of permitting The automobile Is another tame stuff
for to who
years, was a rough-and-ready place There at Kathleen immediately a man tore
was one beer and whisky on the sidewalks as man's work. It was one of, hapless 12-year-olds to "go case. Once it was rarely assumed up his first beano parlor at
a long time, comparable in characterto north of Lakeland. using profane or Inde- those privileges which were steady" which le really nothing before college. Now we 18. '

the robust gold-mining communitiesof All these and others came to a halt cent language, and making ob- reserved for adults, and It more than suppressing the turn the children Into motorists And yet, perhaps after ''all
the west of long ago. and faded away long ago. scene markings on private gave the college boy something youthful Impulse to poly at 11 You see them every those years of feeling bell-
automobiles. Daytona Beach to look forward to as a gamy The poor child is compelled afternoon., swarming off bent toward
Now, Shamrock is.a serene spot They, like the big mill at Sham.. he explains wants to avoid a reward for graduating, suffering to live like an adult the school parking lot, growl- traffic tremors monogamy and lung,cancer the
once more, the roar of the sawmill rock, made their contribution to Flor repetition of last year's Eas through the army and before he has even learned to Ing about women motorists they need fie Easter-

years existing only in the silence of ida's development and made big ter romp when 65,090 students surrendering, to the humdrumof master jacks or mumblety- chafing their gears,. started blast Anyone have an idea
memory.It money for their owners. treated themselves to what business on their ulcers before they for restoring youth la the
The miseries
is a familiar story in Florida, Now they are part of the less known were commonly collegian's thought to be have taken their first 14-mile United States?

familiar because there have' been so portion of Florida's rich history the Immature type that couldbe
tt r adequately rebelled against
A THOUGHT-All the ways of a man are pure In his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the without going too far from
spirit-ProverbaJS:J. the campus. There was moonshine Potomac Fever
one motel owner described as at the campus speak
"a wild, drunken orgy." easy for routine steam releasing
These curious spring rites In the 1920's, and in the
LAKELAND LEDGER In which the young flock to 1930's there was the convenient By FLETCHER KNEBEL
the seashore and tear ''up campus cell where one
beano parlors have bemused could frame handbills denouncing New Hampshire folk are great on gadgets. A lot of them made enoughout

OIIBNI* (SAY) eowtn 111, psychologists and worried par.' the dean as an enemy of Rockefeller and Goldwater to go out and buy specialty pens that writ
Polk h11iMM1.. JONN NAa.1.ON., 11! ents for the past decade, the to the masses. nothing but Henry Cabot Lodge. ,
Imperial > w..N MAKII o sale.
wl Caf a NAl11 M. L. r.nN.M period during which they have IT WAS all right to kick a *
World's Citrus Center o.ditori. *O CrMrUIt POWKlt HUNT AdvwtivmtKton IkutfcICNAIIO taken their place in the American policeman's shins while going With LBJ appointing iy
wl ., HtAHLIV. 11_... so many women to high government posts, the lew
of life. Many after the goal posts or to toss
way panents administration .
elen..r. Is
slogan :: "Speak softly and big "
carry a lipstick
telephoned from Florida beer mugs from the fraternity .
at dawn to raise ball bonds house windows. In acute cases, *

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partmentI686.11S'1IUISCalPTIOI4 for tome found snozzled at the college men and girls could It's a great year. ,A lace man Is running for senator, a woman is running -
high-tide line, feel that they seek the anonymity of the for president and, miracle of science, Goldwater is running uphill.
tATIS have somehow failed Doctor closest metropolis for a weekend *
of shared weltschmers.
0. YNt '10.10 OM Math .. ... $1.7S Spock. But the idea that entire student Congressmen seek to raise their pay to $3,500VeIl., if we're. going to
III Mm** $10.40 Weak .. .40 ON REFLECTION, however bodies should take off have a war on poverty, we sure don't want our warriors going around looking
most will that for a week In Florida would ragged and seedy.
'It,.. M.*.... $ J29 s..."., Ollly Yt.r $710 agree ,
there Is nothing wrong with never have occurred to the *
letting off a little steam. The collegian of the twenties or
Russia wants J.o expand trade with us. So now Khrushchev is going to
fultished .fMflWMI ....H ..*...4.T .." se $...<., l..nl!.. hr Le..I.." N.....,., Cerp.L.k.ked trouble Is that the Easter- thirties, or even the somber bury us In trading stamps, huh? ? i
rioting custom .forcing these forties. Mass steam releaseson "
'bride. 11101
I students to let off too much that scale were simply the
... steam too early in life. exclusive right! of adults. If Goldwater really wanted to do us all a favor, instead of selling of the)
It used to be that a maa The custom which took hold T.V.A. he'd sell off some agency like the Internal Revenue Service. I

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Goldwater Campaign 1 0


By FVLTON LEWIS JR. servative expert on foreign IT PAYS TO

Goldwater's national campaign Straust-Hupe came to Gold
.manager, D*n i la o n water's office, was left cool OVER FREE
Kitchel. ti an accomplished lug his heels for two days, 1,000
politic proIn Arizona.A finally got in to see the Sena TONITE til 9
Phoenix tor and Kitchel only when it r.Ivi. PARKING SPACES, DOWNTOWN
lawyer, Kitch- w1 was explained to an office
el headl a national flunky exactly who Strausz. I AND EVERY THURS. FRI.I AND MON.
campaign Hupe was. He contributed _______ : 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M.

committee some excellent work to a Life __.._________...____m___.....________ _
that If top- t magazine piece for the Sena r
heavy wltb'-I tor that spelled out the con.a"rvatlve -
Arizona .operatives -.' position on matters
It e w to| foreign and sought to dispel dacron
the field of national the notion that Goldwater is big Penney

politics.Goldwater. a war-monger. ,
's The unfortunate Image of
Number Two Coldwater as a trigger-happy r and
. man, Dtan LEWIS politician ("I'm afraid he'd t Selection
Burch calls Phoenix hit 1 get us Into war," was one .
home. Mis national experience comment heard too often In
: None. In the same boat New Hampshire) contributedto t ) jersey
Is Richard his
Klelndlenst. who political slide there.
bears the title, Director of Hopefully, the Senator now
Field Operations. realizes this and will be a little young men's f

Their lack of national experience less Inclined to shoot from .. r or
the hip
II one reason that
Goldwater has appeared at Hopefully he will begin Issuing
times to fall flat on his face a regular aeries of poll-
A Republican State Chairman, tIes papers-on Communism, prints UNIVERSITYSTYLED
a Goldwater supporter with medical care for the aged,
wide-ranging contacts through foreign policy, economls l
out the country explains: growth taxes-as both Nix 1L for the
had on and Kennedy did to political !-
"Barry helluva
advantage In 19 0.
In the question of missile re
Goldwater needs his
liability. He Is a General In
campaign staff
the Air Force Reserve. There recognized r .
GOP professional with j
la( considerable evidence to
back ,up his charge that our ,in a Presidential man who could campaigns Half SizeWoman SUITS

missiles are unreliable."An knock heads together and mediate
staff would the type of squabbling
have had Goldwater make his that hurt Goldwater so badly ,
charge In a national forum in New Hampshire

with a thoroughlydocumentedspeech. There, the Ooldwater .t %
"team" was split into warring 3 PIECE DACRON'RAYON3button
"But where does
Barry opeup 0i
? In some small New campaign
shire town, his 1 style with natural 95 41
scratching Cotton, others to Dolorti '
head, citing no evidence, noting Bridges They owed their loy !I shoulder; tapered lacks, 29
that he'd probably 'catch I Ibell' alty to Goldwater. 1095to color clocks
for what he Is saying. The Senator was guilty of
"Well, he did. (Secretary of "goofs" in his first primary
Defense) McNamara goes on campaign as he admitted i\\
TV and says flatly Goldwater somewhat ruefully the night \ SEERSUCKER TRIO
Ms wrong, that he's playing of March 10. Whether h*
politics with the nation' se learned enough from that 95 A suit for the man that's new
curity. And the Goldwater
campaign i will determine 12
staff still has not Issued much whether or not he can remaina delightfully cool, of Goley & and2S00
documentation for the Senator's first string candidate for Dacron polyester and cotton
charge"In the Presidency sucker.
another case, Goldwater
argued off-the-cuff one day }r All-s aoon favorites ipelolly for
that Social Security should be vlen's Club Sets R' F 'v Spring Beautiful Dacron polyttttr crepe and CONTINENTALTravel
made voluntary. Well maybeit X, Am.l) |*ny prlnttt) So wrinklt-frt. end
should. But Goldwater Banquet FridayThe y 4 J/ machine wothobll. Sizes MI4 to 24V*.
cool button Cristo
should have had at hand a Y one '

own.plan, an Rockefeller alternative made, of con-his Methodist Men's Club o t hi : model for the man who likes high 2995 \ ,

dderable.' political hay with Lakewood Park MethodI! t style
the Church will sponsor a Father
charge that
Goldwater and Son Banquet at the church)
would wreck the Social Se- Friday, at 8:50: p m.
curity Goldwaler's system Phil Reegan, pitcher'I for the \ REVERSIBLE VEST
advisors Detroit Tigers will be the main

have to take erred advantage too, in of a failure speaker for the evening. Color Reversible vest, UN I V E R S T
conservative Urns of the
highlights from the ''
Intellectuals who 963 World Series will also beshown. GRAD suit Reverse twist Y2 995
have sought to help the Sena The ladles of the church s a What more could you want
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I LAKELAND LEDGER. Thunday, March II. 1M4 Aid j
$3.4 Billion In Foreign

On President's Order tvJ From WorMCl'''' ', ,Center II

,, h *' Asked By President Johnsonup
\rea er:
,,,, t.A- _1DA
Isles Citrus The aid will be operated
Virgin in the overseas assIstance figure the overseas assistance, 5. program
Is expected to run into with increasing efficiency -
I program. He had appointed a program
trouble In Congress this under "firm foreign policy
special committee to study reorganization -

Proposal Is HaltedA Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation Instead, Johnson possibilities.concentratedon year ticipate Johnson critics In appeared outlining to what an- guidance state." from the tecretary of

STATION II. L. Chicago ............... 30 28 Mpls-St. Paul......... 32 28 a number of streamlining activities he termed "prudent" and responsible -! The Agency for International to I

private corporation's plan and Its products. Miami ............... 82 67 Cincinnati ............ 37 22 New Orleans .......... 78 (4 which he said would programs. i Development economic will continue .

to lease land In the Virgin Florida Citrus Mutual said las Jacksonville .......... 77 44 Cleveland ............. 31 21 New York ............ 38 24 I The main change sought by manage Defense Department programs.The will
Islands for the planting,.of citrus week the proposed concentrate Key West ....... ....... 79 72 Denver ............... 63 29 Omaha 49 36 the President from the existing
and use a transhipment point for plant would actually use orange LAKELAND ........... 75 55 Des Moines ........... 37 31 Philadelphia' ":::::::::: 41 25 1'rW1t pj. ''O foreign aid process was his request a-,run arms through aid AID., under coordination -

oranges going to the U. S. main from Panama for 90 per cent Ocala .................. 81 48 Detroit ................ 35 21 Pittsburgh .. ......... 33 20 that Congress authorization"provide for
I land from Panama has been of its production.W. Orlando ............... 79 52 Fort Worth ............ 68 52 St Louis :. 46 35 I "continuing

halted by order of President Max Acree, chairman of Pensacola ............. 78 56 Honolulu .............. 82 70 San Francisco :::::::: 71 58 boost efficiency of the program military assistance -

Johnson Florida Citrus Mutual and Rut- Tallahassee ...........71 45 Indianapolis ..........37 25 Seattle ....... ......... 46 34 help U.S. friends abroad get The administration of President

Robert W. Rutledge, executive ledge credited the Florida Con W. Palm Beach ...,... 79 59 Juneau ................ 25 15 Washington ........... 43 29 off the dole and at the same Dwight D. Eisenhower Today
vice president of lorida Citrus gressional delegation for Its workin Kansas City ........... 61 45 time "aid in frustrating the ambitions made a similar request

Mutual, announced he has received handling the iiumtlon. Atlanta ............... 64 42 Los Angeles ....... ... 75 54 BAROMETER of Communist Imperial- failed to get Congress approval. I InHistory

I word from Senator "This was a bipartisan efforton Boston ............. .. .35 24 Memphis .............. 63 46 7 a.m. 30.06 Ism" for world domination. Under the present system,

George L. Smathers and Spei the part of our Florida dele Charleston ... ...... .. .73 48 Milwaukee ............ 31 20 1 pm. Wednesday 30.06 Johnson noted the $3.4 billion Congress must each vote a new for the authorization -

sard L. Holland that the boardof gation," said Acree. Acree made for the fiscal year starting next and economic year aid : I IBy

directors of the Virgin Islands particular mention of Sen ins' ; July I li$1.3 billion below Pres!-arms Johnson's pro.gram. (
Corp., scheduled '0 meet again Smathers who, hrt said, per dent John F. Kennedy's original, Under proposal THE ASSOCIATED PRESS '
had been directed to reject intervened with the Pres- CK A j only economic assistance
toddy sonally
aid a ago. Today li March 19
foreign request year would need new authorization, Thursday, ,
the proposed lease arrange.ident Friday by a telephonecall
ment. which reached the President I ,,, Congress chopped off about $19 although the arms program still 1964. There are 287 days left In
billion after stiff
a fight.
Secretary of the Interior Stew- just before he was scheduled to s. would be subject to annual review the year.
with Johnson's reduced
art Udall has confirmed the take an airplane tour of the ..- Even by the Senate and House Today's highlight In history:

withdrawal of negotiations Ohio River flood. authorizing committees.The On this date in 1917 the Supreme

Smathers Lauded "One more time this organization .- Over Half congressional appropriations Court upheld the eight-
(Mutual) has proven its committees would, however -hour day on the railroads In
"Naturally, this Is the decision worth and value to the industry, t t5' ,tfc Q.OUf 'N still have to vote on the the face of a threatened strike

that we wanted, and I must say even if we never accomplish .5. ZVLI Of Taxes amount of funds each year for and the crisis with Germany,

that without the fast, able help another thing," Acree said to the the program. the court voted 5-4 to uphold the

of Sen. George Smathers last. board of directors of Mutua: I: ? : Could DropCity 1,200 To Lose Jobs constitutionality of the act a
this deal would havrbeen
Friday "I want this boardto .
yesterday. milestone in U.S. labor_ leeislation. ___ _
consummated, RutledRe know without any equivoca Johnson said he has ordered n u
said yesterday. "This happy decision -tion or doubt that without the Comptroller L. R. Shu. David Bell, director of the Agency -
from the White House cooperation and hard work of I;: t ; man said today that a "test f"r International Development *

would not have been made with- (Mutual's) staff, we wouldn't 21. lurvey" of the county-city which handles foreign aid On this date:

out the further help of Senator have had a billy goat's chance. ca assessment rolls shows that to cut 1,200 employes by the end In 1628, the English founded

Holland, Congressmen Haley and Rutledge said he had acm 5474 per cent of parcels of of next fiscal year. This Is 400 Massachusetts Colony
Syd Herlong and the help of our Frank Nesbitt. director of public -.-.- & 'b property in Lakeland will more than the force reduction In 1898, the battleship Oregon

many friends In Texas and California -relations for Mutual to the Virgin 4 _ have a tax decrease if the figure in his January budget began its historic voyage around
not forgetting the thou-' Islands last weekend to a_ .' municipality adopts the message. Cape Horn.

sands of telegrams from Florida sample public opinion on the a ty's valuations.His coun.1 Further emphasizing what he In 1920, the Senate refused to

"All through this situation I 'proposed citrus deal. Cables sent 0 e- analysis Is based termed: "steadily Increasing efficiency -ratify the treaty calling for

have had utmost confidence that to Rutledge by Nesbitt cite an reduction in the Lakeland in assistance operations membership in the League of

President Johnson once he agronomist newspaper editor ee sss millage rate from 12.5 to > ," Johnson said: Nations, setting the tone for a

knew the facts would make" and Chamber of Commerce off ..--.-- __ _ft. I mills. 1. decade of Isolationist policy.
decision that he has made. Foreign aid saves American -
the clal as being against the operation Shuman said that 45.26 of In 1941, the United States and
of landon taxpayers several times the
As planned 1,700 acres
The agricultural expert parcels of property in the Canada signed the to develop

the Island of St, Croix would was quoted as saying the climate Mart folr sad 1 worm woofhor ass orodict.o1 far Florida tod.", with torn cloudlnott sad fhundorformi municipality would have tax money they would have to add the Great Lakes-St.pact Lawrence
be leased to the newlyoraaOlzedVirgin Ilwwhoro, winttr ynlMihtdJ, final to the U.S. defense budget if
and soil of the Virgin Islands forocoit far northern wcrioni of the state tonight. a wollop Increases under the county Waterway
Islands Citrus Co., Inc. would not support citrus on .. peppering the nation'i plains and mld-woir.ru states with rain and ...w. Heavy (now and billiard .''valuations and the reduced they did not have the program In 1945, the governmen froze

for the growing of oranges and commercial scale. warning wars ,..tacl for lama .,.... Moitly lair woorhor irovoiltd a* cbs aart and wait cooltl millage rate. He said that supporting U.S. allies abroad. retail prices on clothing, textiles .
the construction of a concentrate
2. The $3.4 billion will be
The set Mutual's board of directors XP Wirophoro) 285 pieces of property were not furniture and household
plant. company up
concluded Its meeting yesteroay Included In the test survey. spread all around the world, furnishing
under National Bulk Carriers
owned Daniel K. Ludwlg with a motion commending Rut- Weal hercast but will be focused where It will I
by Analysis Released
and Herman F. Steele, produce the best results, and
said that if udwig'cplans ledge
Rutledge )
were carried o\it the flor- assistant general manager of The comptroller releasedthe aid-receiving countries will be Ten years ago-The Warsaw i
ida citrus Industry would standto Mutual for their work here and Increasingly cloudy skies and following analysis: 23.86 prodded to become .elf-suPportl Radio reported a complete

lose $20 million a year in on in Washington lining up support warmer temperatures are In per cent would have tax Increases ing. Johnson said ,shakeup of the Communist Government '
tree value of oranges becausethe for the Florida citrus Industryin store for Lakeland today and of 1 per cent to 25 are approaching the point where of Poland.

proposal was also an attemptto Its battle against the pro-tonight, with tomorrow to be a per cent: 10.52 per cent U.S. gifts and easy-term loans Five years ago British i

tax citrus posal. considerably cloudy, with a few FLORIDA ZONE FORECAST would have Increases of. 28 will no longer be needed. Prime Minister Harold Macmil- j
dodge the Import on _________ -
... scattered showers.Sontheusterly 1:11
---- =; to 50 cent 7.38 cent 3. More will be '
A-Mostly cloudy and mild per ; per done to use Ian arrived In Washington for
. 'IIIIIIII# winds will blowat I would have Increases of 51 private enterprise In overseas talks and called for firmnessand

8 to 15 miles an hour today, tonight and Friday with scattered :. ... per cent to Ito per cent; and development including proposed reasonableness in dealing '
diminishing to 5 to 10 miles an showers Low tonight In .. ; .-,:- 3.50 per cent would have Increases legislation for special tax!with the Russian government. ,

h1 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY hour tomorrow and becoming; the fifties.B F of more than 100 percent credits for U.S. businessmen Investing One year ago-President Keno /

: SPECIALS AT southerly at 10 to 18 miles an C, Increasing cloudinesswith E In backward lands nedy and the presidents of six I I
hour tomorrow. The humiditywill scattered thundershowers On the decrease side of the 4. Greater foreign aid contributions -Central American states signed |

Increase, becoming moderately beginning tonight. Clearing and ledger Shuman said, 32.28 will be sought from other the Declaration of San Jose in ,

FLORIDA high tonight and tomor-turning cooler Friday afternoon. per cent would have reduce free world industrial countries Costa Rica on political and economic !
Warmer tonight with a low of tions of 1 per cent to 25 per relatIonships.@bituarie'j
row.The maximum temperaturehere 55 to 60. cent; 1614 per cent would

yesterday was 71 degrees,, E, F, O Becoming partly have reductions of 26 per
PHARMACY he; minimum thIs morning was I cloudy Friday with scattered cent to 50 per cent; and S 32
I 58 degrees, and no rain fell at: showers. Warmer tonight witha per cent would have reductions I t

(Ii.. Publlx Super Morko'r IlcI.. an N. M.... A..) the city hall weather station. low In the sixties. East and .... "f II" of 51 per cent to 100
southeast winds 10 to 13 miles per cent.

\'IIIIIIII per hour today, shifting to south- Warmer tonight with a low In JOHN P. KING RITES FOR MR. YODER

,j GM Plans rly and increasing tonight and the sixties. New Airlift John Pierce King 90 of 310 Funeral services for DanielG.
Friday. G, J Generally fair tonight Interlachen
Parkway, died last Voder. 82, of 201 Lenox St..
$2BillionExpansion H, J-< eneraily fair tonight, becoming partly cloudy night at Lakeland General Hos who died Saturday were held
BEXEL LARGE SIZE SPECIALS I becoming partly cloudy Friday Friday with a few showers likely TechniqueSuccessful pital. He was a native of yesterday at the Heath Funeral

with a few showers likely. Low tonight 65 to 70. Syracuse N. Y. and came here Chapel' with the Rev Dr. W.

r1 BEXEL 12 years ago from Chicago Monte Johnson officiating Burial -

II I IMPROVED FRlMONT. Calif. UK The 'Seal Of Approval' Plan Mr. King was a retired advertising was in Oak Hill Burial Park.
talesman, and a memberof
) 2-billlon capital spending program WASHINGTON St. Joseph's Catholic Church.He Music was provided by Mrs.

BiSPECIALFORMULA: t$398 of General Motors Corp. Advanced For JuiceA (rn Pentagon is survived by one daughter -Ray L, Tucker. Pallbearerswere
i I II for the next two years shapedup sources today reported success Mrs. Margaret Garnet, C. A. Rowand. V. I. Polk

today as a force in the na- ,In testing a new method of airlifting Cedar Falls. Iowa: one brother. C. B. Dissmger C. B. Dissinger

lAVE $197BEXEL lon's economic future. seal of approval which advantage to upgrade their lightly armed troops Thomas Vincent King. Miami;; Jr., Karl E. Whinnery, Wilmer

Big GM, world's largest man- would let shoppers know which products to the point that they thousands of miles and equipping one niece and one nephew. Smith and Herbert R. Welder.
VHP (Very High Potency) will I
ufacturing corporation canned or frozen orange bev the1 Commission's
could use them with heavy from Heath Funeral Home.wilt announce -
ito Copwlw' |ItO dop supply' ) spend the $2: billion on new rages are "the real thing fromlorida" gear ,
arrangements RITES FOR
whatever MR.
Identifying seal we ALLEGATO
waiting ship depots.
plants and equipment In this has been advanced as
: NOW $525 1k country and abroad. a possible new weapon in the choose to call it," said Nelson. Even a raging tropical storm Funeral services for Michael

t4 *7fc9 Fifty thousand new Jobs in battle against synthetic drinks. I Nelson said ue of the FlorIda -failed to disrupt the operation RITES FOR MR. KIMPER Allegato 6!. of 511 Easton
SAVE $2.64 Funeral services for Edward Drive who died
the United States will be one result would bea yesterday will
John F. Nelson, executive Seal of Approval seriously authorities said.
J. Kimper, of 319 Eastside Dr., be held tomorrow morning at
t DEXEL MPM (Maintenance Plus Minerals) h.. Motors of said.the program General vice president of of Umatillo Golden Gem "voluntary program" open to The test was held in late January who died Sunday were held 10 o'clock at St. Joseph' Catholic .
Growers ,
Inc -
drink manufacturerwhose and A 4,000 at the Heath Funeral
any orange February. yesterday Church, with burial in
IMCopiiilMlOOdoyiwpply( ) The new factory and plant expansion urged the board of directors
man brigade of Infantrywas Chapel. The Rev. Charles P. Lakeland
announced product meets the mini- Army Memorial Gardens
KEJJ< NOW $235 plans, by of Florida Citrus Mutual flown from Hawaii to Okinawa -Hamilton, pastor of College
Com Rosary will be said S
GM Wednesday, embrace more to recommend his plan to florIda -mum standards set by the at
and mated with tanks Methodist Church and
Heights ,
9 dozen cities in the na Commission. o'clock tonight at the chapel of
than two Citrus mission.
:t 7\ SAVI $1.14 I artillery ammunition and other the Rev. W. J. Ashworth, offi- Dukes-Steen Funeral Home.
tion. I "My suggestion is that first I stocks unloaded from depot ciated. Burial will be at a later
BEXEL In addition General Motors of all we recognize the fact, ships. date.
will spend $1.2 billion on special;that fruit drinks are here to RITES FOR MR. LORD
CANOY.LIKE CHEWABLE TABLETS FOR CHILDREN trucks CommissionTo Army and Defense Department Honorary pallbearers were
60 T.bl.h let days supply) tools to make its cars stay and some of them are very observers have reported members of the Men's Bible Funeral services for NormanH.

I and other products. palatable," Nelson said In a prepared since that there were no serious Class of College Heights Metho- Lord, 63, of Carla Avenue,
k v4: NOW $132 GM's Investment in the' future 0 statement. "Secondly, we Air Row hitches-that the method was dist Church. Music was by Mrl who died Tuesday will be held

I Chairman Frederic should recognize the fact that shown to be both operationallyand Ray L. Tucker. at 10 o'clock tomorrow morningat
p SAVE 601Sllrock Donner said In a speech at Fremont some of these drinks have a On Dinnerquested economically practical. the Gentry-Morrison Funeral
Is to an anticipated -
geared significant amount of citrus sources said. RITES FOR MR. I10LLIE( Home. Burial will be later In
automobile market of 10-mll-solids From these two premIses Funeral services for Roy Framingham, Mass.
IIIIIIIII This could that the
kV lion sales a year by 1970. we can conclude that by the city to bear the mean so-
immediate far limited plan involving three Dempsey Hollie, of Rt. 3, who Friends may call at the funeral -
There was no comment holding down the synthetics and expense thereof. "forward floating depots" may died Sunday, were held yesterday home tonight from 7 until
from the White House on promoting greater use of true "Certain comments were be wider scale. at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral 9 o'clock.
100 EXTRA the GM announcement. Presi- citrus solids In fruit drinks we made at the commission meet- adopted on a Chapel. The Rev. Johnnie
dent Johnson In the past has can find a partial answer at Secretary of Defense RobertS. Terry of Gallowny Free Holiness -
expressed hope for industrial: east, to our problem. Ing on March U which put the McNamara has told Congressthat Church officiated. Burial RITES FOR MRS. DAVIS

k that would stimulate if the Pacific test was sue- AUBURNDALEFuneralservices
Green expansion was In Griffin Cemetery.
.w. Stamps .
continuing growth In national "Potent Device""All 'W cessful "we will propose an expansion Pallbearers were Ralph Baxter for Mrs. Barbara Ann

production and create new jobs. of you are familiar with : If' itt liJltt 0". In the forward floating" Leroy Baxter, Charles Bax- Davis, of 1212 Palmetto St, who

the 'Good Housekeeping Seal of. base program next year. ter. R. L, Alexander, John Seal. died yesterday will be held to-
with this coupon $300 Ruby Fires Hit Approval.' It has become, over This concept I. one way of ey Marvin Smith, and Lewis morrow afternoon at 3 o'clockat
members of the
and purchosi of the years, a very potent advertising permitting the United States to Futch. Music was by Mrs. Clar- the Kersey Funeral Home
Chief Attorney device. I would like to Board to public scorn airlift troops swiftly to crisis ence Smith pianist, and 'singers!Chapel. Burial will be In Auburn-
(LI..1t eac ,.. smity ssptsss Satu.day. M.tch 21. 1964).s DALLAS Convicted slayer have you consider applying this and ridicule. points In various parts of the Miss Janice Hamin, Miss Martha dale Memorial Park.

same principle to the advertii "The city commission approved world. Sumner, Miss Dollie Meredithand
"I Jack Ruby fired his head attorney )-
Wednesday Ing of orange products. the said expenditure' Miss Florence !)orman.
: Melvin Belli, -
4-3 vote. MRS. DYALAUBURNDALEFuneral
by a
too tWatisnat Plus Yss
night And In a letter from "We would ask the Florida
"The members of the board Hoffa Fears MR. CASEBIER
Citrus Commission to set a
Belli'i up
HAND LOTION . 65- his jail cell protesting which feel that such a vote ,indicateslack Funeral services for William services for Mri. LJIla Daisy
Seal of Approval I
criticism of Dallas Ruby
.. bitter a of confidence in the A. Casebier. 98, of Kathleen, Dyal of Highway '92, Auburn-
be to
he had "tried to discogage' could applied any orange TeamsterRevolution
( Plus Tn b said far back drink containing a designated board by the commission anda who died Monday, were held dale, who died Tuesday. will be
the lawyer M '
lack of appreciation to local yesterday at the Kathleen Methodist 'held
of morning at 11
HAIR SPRAY . 45tipsricj"ii as Jan. 22. minimum amount orange '
.uu. industry. Church. The Rev. WesleyF. o'clock at the Kersey Funeral
A Dallas jury convicted Ruby solids. "The board resolved that the Methodist
Ledford, retired Home Chapel. The Rev.
the mini- Percey
N Nelson suggested
) Plus Tin Saturday of slaying Lee Harvey be to call a
Mayor requested minister and the Rev W. D
assassin of requirement be no lower but the labor pastor the Edison
Oswald accused mum to dump Hoffa ,
special meeting of the commission Hicks of Kathleen MethodiSt -
FILLS . 60 President Kennedy, and sentenced -than 20 per cent as a starter,, to reconsider the question chieftain Is clearly worried and officiated.pastor Burial was In,Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonvllle .

I him' to death In the elec- Sees Advantage of holding such a banquet eager for reassurance from his Socrum Cemetery. and the Rev. W. W.
I Watson, of the First .
k pastor Misslonary
la.59i 10004 Groin (Limit 1)SACCHARIN Inc chair.In and convey to the publicits members. Pallbearers w a r e Clarence
Belli declared -I "With the promotional powerof "The business of the Interna- Church of Auburndale
I reaction.
angry confidence to the Lakeland Green. John Hileman, Everett
TABLETS 17* behind such will
J railroad"verdict the Commission officiate. Burial will be In
It "kangaroo
of Industrial Board. its activities Young, Pete Hardaker E. E.
'a I feel that most Auburndale Memorial
by a jury that was program Park.
and objective. Harrelson and Fred Young
I the folks who are now producIng ======
i..1.)5 tUrnip I 1CARTER'S "shoved down our throats. i 'Fft l <<. t Music was by Mrs. Vivian Selph
drinks with little or no citrus -
4 In Mexico City Belli declined and Earl P. In additionto
PILLS . 39 he had not, solids would find It to theirPOULTRY There Is a wider open diamond IIAMBULANCEl
I comment laying survivors already listed. Mr. I
S heard directly frc-m Ruby and mine than the Kimberley tlonal Brotherhood of Teamsters Casebier was survived by one I
(.... 79. 100 Tablets" Limit 11 that all he knew about it wa & EGGS I-the premier near Pretoria. will be conducted as usual. great grandchild. GentryMorrison l SERVICE
I read. But none Is more famous Whenever possible, I will be In
BAYER ASPIRIN . 51 : what he had "a festering TAMPA (AP-bi "' ....... ..i lM 54r'suurs the field talking with the Funeral Home was in charge I a* jaw phono ...,
He calledDallas ... you of
.sos.s .llbl .tIM per arrangements. .
I sore" and said "Now we seeI do. rank and file finding out first I
..,. 1.14 12 0..
KOLANTYL GEL 89 I I,glory" .. 34 II01 M :3HM.-H 4441 ,HIM,,e. :434M.dllUi 4Ur WINTER IIUMII novae 10 APh-atOlO.S.. nporl CitruInirxolloa la and working with you to come THORNTON '
. I 31.0 .II40% mo. '40Oltl.ll *****' with solutions," Hoffa's let- 'I I II'
Eva ...
II I Ruby's sister. Mrs. 11.1 SJJ9>imo : .141* OKr 0' up MEMORIAL HOME
......... .. .. asuo .
I. of .1 ouallty a-i atabl 5.4 laid.The
(Limit k Grant! told the Dallas Morning : t. ::::;: ::::::: I&1T' .. ... '
.. 21 Tablets U h In ion. L.C.IIIMI 0Lt .. .. "lei 1\
I.It I sent the dismissal Wholnolo' prim I on poultry aided I ...a :;..:::::::::. st.'no.5
News she ,., II 417 N. Miss.
I y ol (>rm> X u !> > o IK. wno Ho.* Mil ,.1.,5 Are.
CORICIDIN . . . 691111111.1' ; letter by airmail Wednesday >'l.. Mparua htiu. 4(4-0 I bOi .. ... .. .. .UM no.'iis chickadee Is the state ..... ,,,. ..
: 515.350' Pho..e'MUlIU
K n 4-4 S In. '00 tint under 4 Cufln.rIr. 40aiis. bird of Maine according to the 'I
_| night to Belli' San Francisco 111*. M,'oriwo all,.,.io 5 4rouu a.uIs l pluio r.oort.dD.IIWT 1 1z.4: stash 4071 IolalISI. I Encyclopaedia| Britannic I ......." .'_... 1Iooot L__ .
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LAKELAND LEDGER 'Thursday, March le lilt 7
Department, r Hodges Reminds I

Crawfish Season ) tr
Chamber Committee
'to Be Closed

Show Safety FilmThe I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Slate ) 1 I I
I i (Conservation Director Randolph I
i Hodges reminded Florida craw-
lakeland Fire Department Ing not only the sount) and uishermen that the season for t I t
and the safety committeef cause of deaths due to smoke "taking crawfish will be closed
the oreater Lakeland Cham and gasses but how death 'from March U to Au,. 1.
|er of Commerce last nigh could be prevented. The tasty spiny lobster not .
resented a program on "Sor Toward the end of the program ,only cannot be caught but can- r
i-lval In Multi-Story Buildingsn questionnaires were given [not be possessed in Florida during
Case Of Fire" to 40 Interest out to each person attendingthe the closed season, regardless t
fd persona at city hall. presentation. The questionnaires L LA I of where they might have LIGGETMOUCHTON
Attending the meeting were were aimed at finding out t; !been caught Hodges said STORES
(rarloui city officials civic club the audience' reaction to the He also announced that under i
nembeif, and representatives program and persons were ask new law, the closed season !
kf school organizations and othr ed to return them to the fire ..... II tone crab will extend from .
| city orjaniintions Also at- department '< _: f __.. une-1-to Oct. 15 this year
Vndmg were three out-of-coun- : '" ,
fire chiefs Earl Leyg, Tal- Results Pleasing
jihastee; Paul Pennington, Or- "Both the safety committeeand
hndo. and Walter Manning. the fire department," Deal
learwater. said "are pleased at the response -
we received to the program 1I1! .
Chiefs Present L --
The answers on the 3- .
Chief C. M. Deal said that .
questionnaire definitely point to ="=
rnnlzatoos! were Invited to approval of our demonstration."
fer suggestions Into the value Deal who narrated the program
the program and the properrm was assisted by Cap KS ,1 '

to present the programr Peterson and by LL R. P. RIADY FOR FESTIVAL Members .f the UkthnJ Kiwmi Clue put II' fekltt. fee their
iblic the. benefit of the general ,Pettypiece who handled the fifth ."....1 '*Mk* Itriv In H.... 2 et Udwkk Alf>*... G ftiitf mdy f.r Hi* f..t props bit M fif lit, AMlM CwnbM, aunty ratmntolMitr sad ch.!nM.. *f tile knlUinf tMtmlttM OxrbiWkittm .
The three visiting chiefs were A condensed form of the 1VJ- _...1....* .* the ,.IIC." ftttlv. *!; end Jim Pollard, ..-....1"" ... *f Nckt ...... The ,- Lovr"l't tI
esent to offer their suggests hour program was to be presented 'nriv will k MM S.hirdo, frm 7 ..... until t em.. with ,IMMJI t..e I* thechlldrm. Faad feeaaderprivih.ed
e on the.technical phase ofprogram to the Lakeland Indepen- (U4fr gh.e. "y ....I.al.) I
dent Insurance Agents during ,

W. Zimmerman chairman their luncheon meeting at the --....-.-.......-:1"-- .. .....o ..........o tt-- --
,' the chamber's safety com- Elks Club at noon today. r.. WITH COUPON ONLY .!
tee, welcomed the represenIvee Deal said programs will be
i to the meeting, outlined presented to various Lakeland
program. and introduced clubs and that during April a Iii 4 HOURS ONLY'On i
Cllief Deal.tain presentation will be made in the I. aI
his opening remarks, Deal new civic center for the general I I
told the audience that there public. I: Sale Saturday, March 21st, 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. :
I would be "nothing In the program h I i

I lorn[buildings cause Intended The lear to building of frighten multistory are you away Young VictimOf 'I;: SENSATIONAL"TENINONESCOPE" i: TRIP TO NASSAU I.

[ of the American way of
[We and this program 1* pre- Leukemia
[tented to teach you how tow

irk and live safety In builds' Dead At 5VANCOUVER O ALL FOR ONLY $'OO _
i of this Film type.Sbewa Z _NOT 4"r, n FOR TWO PLUS A ;

tied began his part, .of the Little Bradley ,McDonald BC (AP)the- 2 WITH THIS COUPON ONLY g k kt

[program by presenting a film!S yearold leukemia victim ::a 10 USES owUo :
foil an actual fire In a hotel. The whose stepfather stole so that I, ...dl, loft 'fblUw Print .. 1.1., TI... CI.._ Zo I
I film, supplemented by slides. his last months be 10 ,,...t p. PI" WI,...
might happy 1
[showed the fir* In the building. died Wednesday. ::z: I. /C.Fw.d U h III.1.175. c n.nl see 11. .. ,M..drvM...,' ? Wrr.r hr A. MAIL AW u.OaeMf rw 0 $250. i
persons trapped by fire thenKU' Bradley' stepfather Gordon .t":: :: EI:::, :- t. C."",. Mr* llMwCW .Podwbg.. ZI.
efforts, and the method DI.II..I Cw,... II. TrMMiilHMSliK r-
Tames McDonald 33, served a
[need by survivors of the fire in ,l* ImtntriM SkMt -c
month In prison last for
yang alive until rescue ef stealing $680 from his year employer i LIMIT 3 TO A COUPON A ustruLID11CAT10NAL a ,
could be effected.
His original six-month term f Boy Scouts Girl Scouts. HobbyMj, Sports IICIINTIPIC a .
{The Lakeland fire chief re-
Irked that In the Jacksonville was reduced by the British Columbia ,: ion Fans, Housewives, Students, CUrlu Sale.. INSTRYMenT : I
J hotel fire. In which 23 persons Court of Appeal when it I: men, Camping, Nature Study, Boating Motorists. : ..
idled, about 21 of the victims learned McDonald had stolen : NO PHONI CALLS NO C00'l Puss.: :: PMne i .
could have possibly! been saved,for Bradley. ai I
s |if they had known how to use i McCRORY'S i ia ,4
e basic techniques of fire I Europe' remaining wisest, Lakeland, Florida II
afety. :or bison, all live In zoos or care- 5ii .'
Deal explained that several fully protected government pre-
prop were used in dempnstrat serves. I i.................... WITH COUPON ONLY .....................tRudolph'
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LEDGER Thursday, March 11, 2NdI

Consistent Appraisal Yardstick F I Economists Debate Nature Of Business Upturn I. i


Ilf By SAM DAWSONAP 100 the Index In February hit omists, and a slight recession working back to manufacturers of rising stock price

Would Erase Tax Business News Analyst a record 1271 up from Jan by the new school. In the form of new orders So Whatever today's general

City Inequities NEW YORK UR-Is the bus= uary's 127.2, and compared witha Auto Demand CreditedThe the gains In Industrial outputare business upturn is dubbed, it Is

nell upturn from the 1980 re- year ago figure of 120.2. The February advance Is expected to continue throughthe expected by almost all the experts

cession catching lu second Index climbed in the first part credited largely to the demandfor sprlnghether this be a to last through most of
(Continued From Page 1) Sydney Weinstein 12.170 10,660
wind or is the economy startIng of 1963 and then dipped by one automobile and other con- renewed spurt of an old upturn this year. Some are doubtful
John 20,300 17,660
R. Fenn
C. R. Lyons 13.5111 111.0011 an entirely new cycle of Itt point In August and Septem- sumer goods. It was accom- or the start of a new cycle. about next year but the hardy

C. F. Scott 12.6711 1,110O Lucille K. Watson 25,530 22,460 own? I ber. In all, the seven months panied by a rise in retail sales Also counted upon to help are band championing the new economic -

Stanley ROil 14.700 nlI6II H. E. Malden JI1 12,190 8,9611 Most observer have lookedon prior to February were dubbed and brisk construction activity. tax reduction, corporate profit theory think 1965 will see

1. C. Permenter Jr. 13,6211 n,300 W, O. Johnson 13,140 10,180 last lumme 's dip and the sluggish by the_old school econ. This consumer demand is i increases, and_ the_heady_scent further Improvement.- -_ --__ t t'DeLuxe. tI
R. L Thornton 15,47.5 n,400 -- -- ---- -- --- -- ----- 1
mild of Industrial
Tom Jordan recovery productlon
T. T. Brozozowakl 13,5811 n,1110 Marjorie P. Pruitt 28,060 17,240 from October througt *. .. i
15,780 n,500 I
Mildred V. Vemy 13,870 1,900 December ai Just one of those I I
S. 1.
Katz 12.2211 IJOII Clifton M. Kelly 12.750 8,840 hesitations that com In moat

W. A. Carlson 12.0011 8,5011 H. E. Hartman 15,740 11.100 recoveries from recessions. II .
E. R. Scharar
13,3411 10,0011 Patsy Strollo 14,880 12,460 They date the present upturn ,

Edwin S. Habel 15.320 nooo L B. Roberts Jr. 11.100 7.860 as starting In February and

O. O. Sample 15,820 12,600 Florence Levlnlon 23.860 18,820 March of 1961, and now pretty
Ray Genaler 111,7711 6,5011 1.. M. Koons 11,700 7,800 old as recoveries go. I FLOOR

G. H. Sinka 18.2311 10.1011Mra. Wm Kemp 11 15,060 1,300 But new pep in the economyIn

M. R. Driver 17,2811 13,440 Frank W. Myers 10,260 8,140 recent weeks hat given al
T. R. Barber talking point for the minority PREMIUM TO DOO
111,8611 7.5011 Lillian C. McCranie 14.9611 10,160 I QUALITY! DOOR- -
Fern L. f..ough 11,6211 7,100 holding that last summer and
R. J. Chamberlain 25,2111 17,160 Dress Upl
Steve J. Forgach 111,8111 5.6011Francoll ( 22,480 17,180 fall could be classed as a new
John A.
Denoeu 13,1111 8,6011( style recession-the mildest on' Cover _:
Marie G. Kenworthy 11,580 7,760 record, perhaps, but a real one. Up
Frank J. Fore 19,8111 12,1811(
Phillip Trohn 14.740 10,600 And thus the current Jump In .
Sue E. Skipper n.940 8,600 R. 1.. Hightower 19.360 14,880 Industrial production Is the Extra"HeavyMolded

Nell Plckenl 17,2011 13.7211 R. Co Smith .. lU20 9,540 start of a new general upswing
C. M. Bird 11.6511 9.2011 E. Snow Martin Jr. 12,540 8,580 I This point of view Is held by Rubber! : Hurry ,

Samuel L. Collins 22,5811 18,000 Grover Bloodworth 11.970 9,860 hose championing the new I Limited

R. S. Leaf 12,5111 8,600 1. R. Campbell 10,300 7,820 philosophy that old business Colorful I I"Custom"

D. F. Horan 12,1411 7,7011 Albert Key 19.830 10,601J. cycles are outmoded. If so, this Quantity

H. W. Breathitt Jr. 13,1511 7,7011 A. Bondy n,810 8,5011 would mean that recessions In Styling!

W. P. Taggart 12,3611 8,800Sam H. M. Sawyer Jr. 10,180 7.800 the future will be no more than 1
T. Clark 89,7411 81,8011 13,210 8.720( what we've previously regarded Finest quality we can find
R. C. HIgginbotham
Florlland Ie Dev. Co hesitations. -bait price we eta offer(
Mtg. 21,600 8.000 12,570 10,040 as
L. D. Yates 12,4911 7,4011 C. L Cooper n.060 8.440JOI. It's a heartwarming theory, Full-contour I most UA
E. B. Howard far from proved, and carsChotcofbclt.whlt.btut
John E. Oreilly 11,700 8.2611O.
K. Nilwonger .13,0711 'fir from generally accepted. ,
B. I
Fanning 11.6711 8,5011
George C. Carr 19.090 18.080 What is certain is that the grain,brown or red NOW
Wm. H. Foster 10,630 UfO D. N. Barkadale 15,1711 1,540 Federal Reserve Board reports I I

V. D. Flelher 10,340 8,500A D. W. Dooley 19,850 13,100M. its Industrial production Index REGULAR SAVE: SOUL Only $24'8

J. Merkhofer 10,7211 8,840
B. Burril 14,340 10,800 made Its largest advance in'ebruary
O. G. Shaffer 10.660 8,260 R. W. Waldrop 13.070 9,100Mrs. since last October. PRICE'4.95 J

Carrie R. Hastings 15,140 11.500 E. B. Langford 12.070 1,000 Based on the 1957-59 average ai
W. J. Edenfield 19.8311 15,000H. 11.150 1,860 1
C. P. Marshall
1. Shannon 16,6411 9,7211 J. C. Bronson 18,500 12,760 :NEW SAFETY ALL-WEATHER :
7 Charged
Eric F. Murray 15,530 9.600 Laurie W. Walker 17,580 15,000T 0
D. B. Jones 12,4511 7,5811
13,0211 9,440
Ralph B. Hanahan 15,3211 9.1811 O. Hurley Lewis 10,8511 7,680Mra. With Laos

C. F. Morton 12,1511 7,880 C. J. Slater 15,800 8,500R.

Ruby Holloway n,5411 8.880 M. Henry 14,440 12,300D. WITH l

Harry Ura n,8011 9.180 W. Castles 11,290 7,640C. Murder Plot ,
Richard 1.. Ashe n,410 8,760L.
17,860 10.180
L. McKay 15,4211 12.8011 Corrie J. Morgan 11.310 7,940 VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) .

Mrs. H. B. Craven Jr. 17.810 13.700W. H. E, Fink 10,200 6,440C. Seven persons, Including a neutralist -!

H. Wheeler 11.140 8.100 have been ar-
12,690 8,340 lieutenant 1
1.. Salter NYLON.
Byron Duncan 19,8711 15.0011 lone M. WIIlits 111.590 6,820 ested as suspects in the as-

T. M. Walker 18.0011 13,000 111,780 6,940E. .assination of a right-wing In-. with ....... ,
Jean E. Jay ; -- _r
Margaret D. Sexton 13,950 11.7811E. E. Smith 111,740 8,540K. elligence officer, authorities reported wt $1595' = ewww-$2225'TUFSYNf'
T. Haviland 12,360 7.7011 H. Shelnut 11.170 8,040 today. have -'d a- .suer
said charges
Police no
J. H. Newsome 17.230 12,900 14,900 8,000Harry Suptr-durtblt Tuhya Is the ,amwww = = M::'lab.
C. T. thrift been filed In the slaying of Ma].I .'.
E. W. Fitzgerald 21.580 12.100 18,760 8.1011 loushiit rubber ever aced In olwe/l. 1
Enlley shot in
raseuth, 36, who was
Steve Kolek 21.140 15,8011 Mrs. Tom C. Banks 10,300 .600 the head Tuesday night while I Coodytartlns. s.l..swlw,... v.i.aw....... $1715"Oleo eww p.e,. ,
E. R. Kline 18.270 13,8011 J. H. Bird 19.340 10.540 ttlng on- the balcony of his NOW ONLY c.5 ..- ...- M $2436 0.

Frank K. Myres 23.390 13,000 Vera V. Glass 13,730 7.900 home in the Laotian capital.A I =- aldwnwlh

1.. B. Job 18,760 12,5611 19.020 11,640 neutralist army spokesman /
W. A. Mann $ /MCw.la.
Glenn B. Gable 24,980 14.200J. Max J I: LottIe Selil 48,510 42,800Kate aid 2nd Lt. Siphan was held .Isleed.

C. Peele 10,080 8,080 12.100 10,100I. for questioning at the right- 15 I Iw ::::: NO
Corley $1940' .....,....... ..wa
s.ns a abe'Mq MON
I n
Pauline M. Brennan 11.830 7,360R. I. D. McNabb 12,870 8.820 wing Chianlmo camp near Vlenane. ".....11 "-r"'M'tN.. "N"d'O"._ c....... CIwJI''.. $2120 y
I".1.' __
G. Wood 14,380 9,500G. lease P. Wilson 13.190 1,820 "u.psae w Urt ._.w a.mel.r, UI a 1e aa,Jew bOW N!
W. Randall 11! 11.260 7,760G. 13,7711 8.820 The spokesman said Slphan's lit S5*bw'aN'
Eo Grant 11.2'10 8.2611 A. J. Yard 12.150 7.820 revolver was confiscated when I WHITEWALLSONLY'3 ,.. 1

1.C.. G.R., Board Byak 11.1011 11,300 1,080 8.180 Jackie A. N. Karakltsoo 13.130 1.020G. 8,620A. he appeared after the outside shooting Praseuth'shome and got I1 1 / MORE IAII,.....plw..............._....IIII1.COIIdIUon. Mp

L Ryala 11.090 into. an argument with police I 7NCI
Alma K. Reed 11.520 8.700
and soldiers place.
Homer E. Hooke 14,860 1.il00 Harlan 12,050 8,520C. guarding headquarters N*Until MI iranlM. Na limit M mllM. N.amt as to m*. N.limit Mto GO
M. L. When he went to police ....... .
R. E. Ehlil 12,550 111,100 9,820 .a.N r r Mw Hfw f Hit traML a ALL HEW OOOUAR AUTO 4" 4
P. Roddy 13,830 later to recover his Irene 8UAIUNTUO! iiilmt dttett In mrdnumlilf. ..M m..t.ri.l.intfnorm.l I J
H, W. Carter 10,740 8,420 S. M. Hodges 14,990 1,600 weapon,.b* was arrested reed M..rd.. wept ra...lnbl ,"""'u,...a IF A OODVIAM Tint q GO 0 D/ EAR
Ruth M. Matthews 11,310 7,800 18,270 111,800 FAILS UNOM THIS OUAMNTtt any at mm Hun SO 000 OmtyMr riMlm .
Arthur H. Neptun In Hi* UnIM SIMM end Cmifa win m k.allowm'*n a mw are eaawM.051,11
Duncan K. Smith Sr 12,740 9,920R. R. 1. Clark 14,0011 10.600A. Water Ski Show ,trttt Optn nmilnlnf and wrant"OMtfyMt
G. Edenfield 14,4811 11.260L Jr. 15,0411 10,700W. Mew"N
B. May *
F. Holzhauael 15,590 12,260R.
13,220 8.900
W. Thornton
W. Bruhl 13,6311 7,900H. 11,0711 7,040J. Slated SundayEaster I
W. R. Jones
A. Knowles Jr. 18,430 13.500 12.840 8,400 'GOODYEARSERVICE GOODYEAR
1. V. Martin
Eleanor S. Sutton 21.830 14,500 11,030 7.000T. will be heralded by'
P. E. Carlini of the Lakeland Wa-
J. G. Cunningham 15,100 10.200 8,500 performers STORE SERVICE STORE
10,090 I
E. Robbina ter Ski Club in a show Sunday
Mrs. M. H. Fouts Sr 17,220 n.700R. Patricia A. Slater 11.860 7.5011C. afternoon, starting at 2 O'clOCk,1 201 W. Moln St. Lakeland 190 W. Main Borrow
H. Gibson 14.5811 111.840
W. Fielding 211,140 12.500 nnounced Mrs. Ida Dee. I

A. D. Bowden 12.1311 10,800 8,7611 8,400 Kathryn S. Penn 10,480 7,780 The show, organized aroundn 6 *dy ar tires it Cltaronc tikes art else available it these dealer Net ill alas and types ineffable at ill iKitltni.
O. E. Dawson Luther M. Beal 14,820 10,400W. Easter theme, will feature .1

L. N. Pipkin 11,080 7.9211O. D. Beerman 10.540 8,520 water ballet and trick riding Gobi Aut Electric C.. Nuttw Txt Smlce Curry's > **" E. Loadholtes Jr. 10,8211 8.100 8,000L. Fl.rld. Rlcblield
11.120 and be viewed free ol
G. M. Fouts 19,380 12,800W. T. H. Roberts I 201 N. riorii. A... SI I. M.ln St. 11!) Kathle.e Read 21 I. Mtm.rl.l II...
1. Colbert 13.420 7,760 harge from the south side of Jm S. (|
C. Dicks 10,290 8,200C. J. L Holman Jr. 10.890 7,980 Lake Holllngsworth. I I.
D. McIntosh Jr. 11,030 .oOO 12,540 8,060
N. S.
Margarete M. Logan 111,4611 8,000F. 23,890 18.080E.
R. J. Pischke
C. Ford 11,420 8.540 H. Brownley Est. 11.230 8,600Myotta DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA.
Marlon A. Riddle 10,540 8.140 13,590 9,080Chaa.
M. Olson aRDO1V'SQ91ALlTI'
J. W. HumphreYI n.970 9,840 12,160 1,300
Roy W. May 10.8011 7,900Minnie 10.160 8,000 J4i1Y6Lg'ig
W. I. Crane
B. Cotton 12,050 8,600 7.100
S. L Smith
Inez Co Johnson 12.340 8.600J. 10,180 8,260

C. Permenter 14,520 10,900 W. B. Thornton 11,340 8,110O
L M. HolUlter I VALi/ES
D. O. Jones 10,220 7,500 Caswell 11,090 7,820 i iJ.
J.1 F.
Geo. C. Hays 13.480 10,500
12,800 8,900 r. E. Coleman I
F. Stuck) 11.260 8,500L.
C. A. Rowand Ul e
12,720 9,400J.
W. F Hampton 10,980 8.260 w >r
M. Traak
W. Raamulaen 12.110 9,900 15,470 8,880
Floyd E. Lay
Ervin P. Ray 15,850 11,300M. 11,790 8,800rarda
D. Cleghorn 11.420 7.440 Mary W. 11,800 8,380
J J. Langston

Harriet Dr. C. H.S. Benefield Young 13,030 14,460 11,400 1,540 J. J. Freer 13,040 11.290 7,740 7,5011 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT, PAY MOHTHLY-TAKE YEAR TO PAY \

Mrs. H. A. Shaver 43,850 21,000 T. G. Owenby 7,720 V

Earl Anderson 12,360 1.700 cease G. Gillum 12.140 13,116II 7,200 r .., s DIAMOND
H. D. Karnea '
19,1711 14,960
W. D. Anderson 9UO ELGIN
11.980 \ ;
12,580 8,700Mrs. W. E. Amdor r ,
Herman C. Templin 14.940 10,300 -
John R. Lote DiamondBridal r =.
11,260 7,7211
W. B.
10,8211 ..,.
20,590 18,200 D. R. Tinkham $4 I
F. W. Mattioli 10.800
G. C. Norris 11,600 8.240 II. S. Julian Sarto 17,980 11,880 8.460 Set a\x ,
Elizabeth M.
The Young Corp. 45.340 28,380 Beatrice S. Clarke 10.280 7,960C. ,,-,,_ }

Charles B. Kells 23,880 11,850 11.360 8,800 C. Hollingsworth 12,480 1.380H. wn Of, :.If'Wd f ua :. 1 XARAT 60iDCASE ', !
W. A. Boger Wllaon 10,880 7,260H. t
Donovan Dean 12.100 8,110O 8,820 F
Lawrence Rogers 12,720 8,460 M. Gillette 10,120 7,960E. I Ei11aM129'LJ
11.470 IUDC"
Mardon Inc. 28.580 10,660 15,500A. 1,200 T.. C.M.Parramore powell lU20 8,360Thelma TERMS $200 's.w\.7

K. A. Harris 18.820 13,520 ...
1,500 Mathews 4 L
E. Calillng 12.290 1,260 Maurice Walker 10,810 8,420 r I l t o
R. Ira Barnett 13.9611 r. 1.. Baldwin 11,880 1.500 J
J. C. Moore 19,370 '> ,7 t 1 I I II
::" "

> I ICollege's Lana Turner ,' '; \; Thi most Dijcriminating TlitesI \

4th Graders Appreciate I Reported III .7J.; 'f ,.' ; 4

I .
AuditoriumI l : I

MEXICO CITY (AP) Actress .. r"ji. \ : -
of John sic even louder. Your friend, Lana Turner Is ill again
The fourth grader LEE LANIER" and Columbia Pictures has had ........:.

Cox Elementary School learn the I 301 N. Iowa Ave. to suspend production of the u. ale 14e e.i4Ilasead

art of good public relations at "I thank you very very much movie "Love Has Many Fac- 141 .." I .
Dnj 141 MN
an early age. for letting us use your beautiful es." I mlaw-a. 4 DIAMOND
Several members of the class auditorium. It looked nicer Miss Turner, who became m Part Drip raaaat
I In AcapulcoFeb. 241511495 /
"thankyou" than any auditorium I've ever while on location

of Miss Judy Has wrote Southern I seen. Thank you 2, had a relapse In Mex- s A ttoh1TN 13995 s8 A MONTH DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICAGORDON"S
letters to Florida KATHY SCOTT' ico City last Tuesday. She ha
$11 mil
College to express appreciationfor I 929 E Parker St. paratyphoid an Infectious die- ,$41 MONTH

use of the Branscomb Auditorium "I enjoyed the concert ease resembling typhoid fever. .
recently when the Florida very much, but it was even bet. The actress has returned to "'

Symphony Orchestra gave ter In the auditorium. Your Acapulco, whers she Is recuper CULTURED PEARL .

two concerts for Lakeland friend, ating. \...... NECKLACE SflllGAlE S Center

schools grade three through ELLEN STOKES"Sll TWINS :.,.. 14 WHAT CHI CUSP Shopping
i! six The concert were sponsored W. Peachtree St. COMEDIAN .. I
by the Junior Welfare Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr. CHICAGO (AP) Comedian t. 8535 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE:
C. $250TN
announced today '
League. president of Florida Southern Dick Gregory ALSO IM TAMPA ALSO IM
Here are excerpt. from some College, commented: "W* get that his wife. Dillon gave birthto t BKADtHTOH

of the letters: many letters but seldom suchthoughtful twin girls Wednesday at the BRITTON PLAZA I CORTEZ PLAZA
HAH ritoNi s.o..s Paeup'fly pasha
of Chicago Hospital. SHOPPING CENTER
"Thank you so much for let- acknowledgmentsfrom University SHOPPING CENTERLUKELAND
ting us use the auditorium. It such young boy and The year-old Negro and his
I wife have two other children.
was beautiful and mad the mu- girls.

,.. -

Ex-Deputy _
TECO Not ExpectedTo

Gets 2YearPrison

Push Expansion Term

Mayor Harold Qrluard said of the private utility firm BARTOW- John W. (Jack)
today that he did not believe yesterday afternoon at Plant Alderman, former member of

Tampa Electric Co. would City to discuss a possible territorial the sheriff department'i vice
continue its efforts to extend agreement, the Mayor quad who was convicted on a F I STOCK
Its power lines Into areas pres- said: bribery charge, yesterday wag
ently served by the City of lentenced to serve a two-year .

Lakeland. Progress Made prison term or pay a $1,000 NEW YORK (AP)-The stock On Initial transactions of 1,000 American Tobacco was unchanged

r: Alter meeting with officials "I would say that some e fine. market was uneven In moderately shares, Douglas Aircraft was at 30% on 2,100 shares.
9 progress was made I think Criminal Court Judge Roy General Electric eased H to
H. active trading at the openIng unchanged at 24%; Southern Pacific
that anytime we talk we accomplish Amidon set the sentence 89 on 1,700 shares.
something after denying a motion for a today. was unchanged at 50%; Ford opened on 4,000 shares

OfficialsTour Mayor Grizzard said he 4fiM new trial. The 28-year-old Al- Small gains and losses were Studebaker rose % to 7%; and up ts at 581.4. Douglas Aircraftand

doubted that Tampa Electric derman was convicted Jan 17 shown by key stocks General Dynamics eased J4 at Pan American World Airways -
Land will "Invade" the territory after Percy Wilson another Opening blocks Included: 30H were unchanged.
served by the city's depart- vice squad deputy testified Parks, Davis off V at 31H on US. Steel opened on 5,000 International Paper added '/{
ment of electric and water R Alderman offered to pay for 3,000 shares; United Air Lines shares, unchanged at 59. at 31% on 2,000 shares.
ProjectsMULBERRY utilities. names of persons who were to up Iat 69% on 2,000; and Korvette added % at 31'on Yesterday the Associated
"I think the territorial situ be raided on lottery charges. Sears Roebuck up % at 107% 2,500 shares Sperry Rand edgedup Press average of 60 stocks rose

Land equalto ation will be worked out" the : Appeal Announced on 1,500. 1at 18'/4 on 2,000 shares ,8 to 303.0, a new high

75 per cent of the acreage Mayor said "after all. it's to Alderman said the sentence
mined for phosphate has been our mutual advantage to ar- will be appealed, and Judge BLUE CHIPS

reclaimed for use during the rive at "an agreement over ._ Amidon set a $1,000 supersld-
last three years by the eight territory. tout bond while the can Is
companies mining phosphaterock Tampa Electric some weeks pending the Second District 12rJLL RafcEMo MADt /IS1HAT >

in Polk and HUlsborough ago sought permission from -: vril- Court of Appeals OVER A HUNOfCEO 'illt' NO.T SO WNATaS'M&81G
the State
Counties a phosphate execu- Road Departmentto Under Florida statutes, Al THOUSAND DOLUffSIK RECORD? DON'T'n41NK5O DEALT
tive told a group of touring extend Its lines Into areas derman could have received I ONE PAY LAST WEEKLllL / -
Officials here today. north and south of the municipality SOUTHU'N SIGN MAKER, NO DOUIT It see either e a five-year sentence or a $3,000

Last year acreage equal to eerbes alas w.ltr en ace Met MiiMii't tsH tIt.t .cede Hill
nearly 81 per cent of what City commissioners promptly else for svkimttori ....dlcl... Scon K.ll,'. ..dqu...." .> fine.Alderman resigned hit vice V

was mined was reclaimed directed municipal administrative 'lit Lauderdale felly right,) polnti, rat evmisht to AHm W...",, quad position last Oct. 8 durIng .f1i

added M. W. Chesson Jr. action to officials keep to the take court DM alga esker. AP Wlleh...). a bearing Sheriff Mon l H
chairman of the land use and private roe Brannen's office. Brannen
utility firm from extending Its
reclamation reportedly began
committee of the an Investigation
Florida Phosphate Council Lakeland.lines Into territory served by Kelly Pushes CampaignIn Into the matter on Sept. ..rrr.rwr.r... .... _.....,.,...
and manager of the phosphate :30, after Wilson bad reportedthe

American operations Cyanamid here Co. of Utility Similar Director Suits Dan Cited McIntosh West Florida AreaBy him 150 alleged for Information.The attempt to. give STOCKS I

Chesson spoke to about 70 said Tampa Electric had October grand JUry re-
state, county and city officialson won a similar court suit under THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, who knows what It Is to. live turned a surprise indictment cWtJ'e- The Daily Investor I
a tour of reclamation a decision of the Florida One candidate for governor of with a budget the Lakeland against Alderman Until that Ii

I projects during a luncheon Supreme Court. Florida says the Democratic contractor laid time the matter had been qu. tI'f\1 hjllle'. .,-
[ stopover at International He said the Withlacoochee race has boiled down to a three- Fred Karl of Daytona Beach kept secret. A;ft&VI1jdl t By WILLIAM A. DOYLE I But more likely. It will :lellthat
(Park the recreational area River Electric Cooperativehad way contest while another says campaigning in the Florida t1 Q. Can you tell me why some stock right away again
and golf course established sought to extend Its lines that the people haven't yet Keys Wednesday said In criticising brokers will sell me over-the- getting a mark-up.
I by International Minerals to serve a customer of Tam- made up their minds Burns that the people of United Fund AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE counter stock without chargingany You can be sure that a brokerage -

land Chemical Corp. on reclaimed pa Electric and that the cooperative Scott Kelly of Lakeland cam Florida didn't appear committedyet commission while other firm normally makes
I land Just north of had been restrained paigning in West Florida Thurs in the race Am Elec ..,.,............. 1% brokers do charge commission money on any transaction it
ulberry. under the court decision.In day said the front runners were Later at Tampa Karl plungedinto CampaignExtended Barnes Eng............... 23% on the same stock handles for you. If It acts alan
addition to Mayor Grit- himself, Haydon Burns of Jacksonville the controversy swirling Dorsey Corp .........,.... 6% A. You put your finger on agent, it gets a commission.
zard, Lakeland was represented ; and Fred O. Dickinson around the legislative Investigations Falcon Sea Dr ............ 8% the answer (perhaps without If It acts as a principal It gets
k JUDY GARLAND ILL Gulf Am ................,. 5
at the meeting with of West Palm Beach, committee a report on realizing it) with the phrase its markup.Q. .
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Singer Tampa Electric officials by I "Vote for the man with no experience homosexuality. He said he was Gulf Sulphur ............. 6% "sell me stock." If you buy _-
[ Judy Garland Is a patient atCedal'l In United Fund of Greater Lakeland Kratter .................. 8% stock without commission
Director state
of the ,
Utility Dan Mcln- government, or an enemy committee In any About
three I
officials who have been ............ years age
Lucky 33
[ of Lebanon Hospital in tosh, City Manager Robert V. for Gov. Farrls Bryant's boy the last Legislature and called Friday that Is exactly, ordered
broker to fore
I claiming a lag In efforts Redwing Carrier .......... 12 .t my buy
Hollywood and her doctor campaign ,
says Youkey David 0. Bud If want to continue the Its obscene. what the broker
|she may have to undergo an ap Payne assistant and you report are now saying a com Stephan Co. .............. 8<% does He sells 100 shares of a certain stock
spend tax trend that
ndectomy.. to the utlity director prevails Notes Land Sales parison with former years discloses Syntex .................... 88 it to .'" '',4 IIUIIII at .$8 a share About a I
I attendants Al McCartney superintendent now, Kelly said John Mathews of Jacksonvilletold that more money has Tampa Elec ............... 261.4 you. 11";;' t month ago (after the market
However hospital of power distribution, and "But If you want a fair returnon audiences on the lower east been raised In less time than In Textron Inc ............... 4y" "Over "the "I. price of this stock had dropped I
[laid the 40-year-old entertain- Commissioners Lois Searl and the tax dollar you should coast that he felt sales of state- any recent United Fund drive. counter ot 'I to 25 cents a share) I told the
I tr's- condition was good.- W. J. Peterson. elect a successful businessman owned land should be stopped if At the same time the officials OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL course, means. ". ;!'i broker to send me my stock
buying or selling
there was the slightest reason ,announced that the four- FUNDS certificate.
Affiliated Fund .......... 163 stock other
to think the land would be need- week-old drive which I received the certificate
ed for has accomplished Allco ...................... 7Y, t than throughthe It dated about yeaterday.
public uses. 70 of was aweek
per cent a rec- Am Express .............. 414 mechanics
ord earlier Does .
Meanwhile. Robert $231,000 this Indlcat.that
King High would be
i LAKELAND DRUGRESTAURANT and Dickinson goal extended Auto Merch ............... lYz ot a stock ex I the broker
swapped shots in to March 31. was playing
Chase Man Bank ......... 70'/i change.In .
lower Florida with all
west "We this time
definitely to my money
person- plan conclude -
Eckerd's Drug ............ ]Bye the over-
and did
el financial candi the not the stock toeme
drive buy
reports by on the new Fidelity Fund ............ 17.51 the-counter market a brokerage
dates. schedule, stated Campaign Fla. Gas ... ................11 firm can act either as at: until the date en the cerUtlcateT I
I High made a report public on' Chairman" Jerard A. Kent. "In', Fla. Pub Util ............ 24xd "agent" or as a "principal." l
ill finances and challenged fact he said, "we are begin. Fla. Steel ................. 10 \ If the brokerage firm acts a A. No. As this column has
other candidates to do the sameDldAnson fling arrangements for an appropriate Fla. Tel. ................. 23/. an agent It buys or sells th e often pointed out, you became
"MOST VNU8VAV I questioned whether it event to mark thecommunity's = Fla. Tile .................. 11 stock for you (supposedly s t the owner of those 100 shares
was a valid campaign Issue and achievements W Founders Life ,............ 8% the best possible price) an,d on the date the broker bought
High replied that it was. want to properly recognize th a Gulf Life .................. 5594! charges you a commission c In them for you. That date shows
604 West Memorial Blvd. The West Palm Beach candl many volunteers, and contrlbutors Incorp Invest ............. 75! the transaction That comet W on the conttrm Uon slip you received -
I date said that High wasjnakln g:. who will have worked Ion,I Inter County Tel ft Tel.... 55 lion I Is usually about equal to at that time.
_', NUT TO JFOODTOWM SUPERMARKET ''another desperate attempt fo and hard and given generously." Jackson Mln Mart......... 6',i I the commission that you wou Id It seems obvious that, la the
J I THURSDAY publicity" la proposing personal I "And" he added, "we hope to Lewis Bus Forms ..........'I1, pay If the transaction we re meantime the stock was heldin
., 'SPECIALS THROUGH SUNDAY financial statements. give the community at .gooses I Nationwide .............. 15 made on a stock exchange.If a "street name" regls-'
story to be proud of." A. H. Robins .............. 4Oi!! the brokerage firm acts a II tered In the name of the brokerage
The Fund's goal represents a I Taylor Inst ...........,.. 48 a principal it actually sells t o house. But keep stress-
ago Five Polk 12 percent or $29,000 Increase I T. V. Elec Fund .......... 120 you stock you buy and buy,I ng, that doesn't change the
FILM I 3 Rolls SSc over the amount raised In 1863 Trans Gas Pipe Line ...., 21" from stock you sell. fact that you owned the 100
Seventeen community health, Travelers ................. 113% Now.you If buy. the brokerg iare..
120 HospitalsAccredited welfare and recreation agencies United Ilium .............. 29V firm acting you as a principal! 1 I If the broker had accented
will be allotted operating funds Universal Foods .......,.. ,35 might sell to you some stock fhas t: your order (and your money)
Regular $1 Size Re* 83e Plastic Tube from the total raised NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE owned for a long time. But, and not filled your order; and
Notes Previous Drives more likely it will buy some then later bought the stock at amuch

CHOCKS COPPERTONESunron The Joint Commission on Supporting the claim to respectable -' stock (after you place your order lower price the broker
Accreditation e f Hospitals results from four Latest 11 a.m. ) and Immediately sell Itto would have broken all kinds oflaws

meeting In Chicago this week. weeks of campaigning Fund of- Close Price you. ,
15'1 68 Suntan 57 Included five Polk County Hospitals iclals pointed out that In 1962 Air Reduction 5rn 5814Aldens 1 The difference between the That type of operation IIknown
Lotion on their annual list of only 53 percent of that year's 29% NS price the brokerage firm pays: as a "bucket shop"Such
accredited hospitals. goal had been raised after more Allegheny Ludlum 4234 423s for the stock and the price you operations were, unfortunately -
for It Is the "markup"in fairly common many
Ie,. 39. Reg. 49a U>. Reg. 98eWindproof list Hospitals were Bartow appearing Memorial on the than ng. four In 1963 weeks they of stated campaign-the Allied Allied Chem Stores 17134' 601,4 5734 pay in the same thing ss a years ago I'm not saying theyare
extinct. of the
ICE CUBE TRAYS MOTH BALLS Hospital and Polk County percentage raised In a similar lAm BOlch 14% 1434Am commission.If and controls
regulations on
Y HEAVY LIGHTER Hospital Bartow; Lakeland length of time was 42 percent. Cyanamid 84 64% you sell the brokeragefirm firms such '
brokerage today athing
General Lakeland to date Am Home PreS NS 641,4 acting ss a principal might
Hospital ; I Again the percentage
time. hardly ever happens.
the stock for some
19 29 49 Lake Wales Hospital Lake Is 70 percent. !Am Hospital 241243, keep
r.. Wales; and Winter Haven i The current drive started Feb. Am Mach Frdy 18 J8'A
Hospital, Winter Haven. 18. Between that date and ;Am Metal Pod 1934 19 Latest nam. Latest 11 a.m.
Dr. Kenneth B. Babcock, March 31, six weeks will have Am Motor J7 17'A Close Price Close Price
FOOD YOU'LL REMEMBERFOR commission director said "ac elapsed. This length of time, Am Rea Dev 2412334
creditation of a hospital according to Fund officials is Am Seating 38 NS Greyhound 52r. 5334: Reynolds Met 38% 39''/

CLUB STEAK means that It has voluntarily average or better for similar lAm Tobacco :to% 301,4'Am Grumman 43 43 I R.Rhod C. Cola Set Trust 55 6% 55 6s/>4
TAKE-OUT $135 submitted to a survey of its drives elsewhere Tel Tel 139r. 139% IBM 579'57914''
Choke of Salad and off Safeway Stores 39% 59%
patient care. It Is a badge of More Importantly Fund !Ampex 15% 1336Ariz Int Harvester 70% 7134'IMC
Hot Biscuit Scott Paper 37% 37%
Vegetable talking more optimistically 9int
SERVICE recognition which the hospitalcan dais are now Pub Ser 33% 34 914
about the possibility Min Ie Chem 88 6936' Seaboard Air R 49 49
Armco Steel 74 % '
display to its communityto
ph. MU 2-9074 1 Egg, Bacon, Grits 39* that It conforms to of obtaining the full goal Atcha top 281h Int Paper 31% 31W! Sears 107K 107%

Toast, Jelly and Coffee) . . . . high prove standards of patient "We're protecting some fine Increases All Refin 28(2( 55% Int Tel Tel 5714 573' Shattuck 15'/i 15V4\
Sinclair Oil 48 48%
at the present time Auto Can 143. 14% Jones "Laughlin 7537514 %
; RESTAURANT HOURS 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. care. I
"I every organisation 38Kimberly Socony 70% 71%
said Kent. hope Avco 23% 23y" Kelsey Hayes 381/
_n "There are approximately and Individual who Beneficial 58356'% Clark 644 64% S. C. Elec & Gas 58 58
in the United '
951 Colorful Proeticel a... 29c Deep Bakelite 7,000 hospitals" ssld Babcock "but has yet to give will give thoughtful Beth Steel 37' 3734 Kerr-McGee 353 3534'Korvette ': Southern 54154%
a. States,
I consideration to the possibility Blaw-Knox 26% 2834 303 3134 Sperry Rand 18% 18%
1,000 of them are not eligiblefor of Increasing their gut Borl-Wamer 48\-1\ 46y" lear-Siegler J3Y J3Llgette %' Spiegel 31% 32
Ash 23 accreditation because the ,
Each Trays Each Std Oil Cal 61 62
Cosmetic Bags Commission surveys only hospitals for' the good of our community. Brunswick "Myen 7514 751% %
!Burlington 47'I46! % Litton lode 86y' 87 I Std Oil Ind 62% 62%
of 25 or more adult
Std Oil N. J. 84% 84%
Burroughs 24% 2414 Lone Star Gas 21% 213/4
beds. Of the remaining 1,000 '
Reg. 98c Large Cannon-Made U. Of Florida Cat Tractor 58% 59y" Loral Elec 8 7'Y. Sunray Oil 31 31%
Reg. 98e (Limit 1)) Antiseptic hospitals "roughly 4,200 art Celanese 681/ 6634Chemetron P. Lorrlllard 44% 4434 Tenn Gas Trans 20% 20%

accredited. 26% 27Ches Madison Fd 198 Texaco 75% 75%
Bath Towels 63 Class Of 1914 19'4
Lislerine Each 68'' Ohio 6934 NS Magnavox 403i 40'4 Texas Gulf Sul 23% 23%
Chrysler 47% 48 Marguardt 111.4 11% 'Tidewater 3914 39%
(UMit 3 Please) Each Negro To Be HonoredFormer Cln Gas Elec 2634 2814 Martin Marietta 18% J8% Tractor Sup 19% 19%
Bradley Cities Ser 85% 6534 McCrory 1234 NSMcKesson Union Bag NS 38

ae,. $U9 (Unit 1)) Reg.98c Aerosol Congressman J. Har- Coca Cola 124 124 44 44%I Union Oil 77177%
Gets Four YearsBARTOW % Union Pac 39% 40
din Peterson Sr. of Lakelandwill Colgate Pal M 4436 Merck 121 120141 1
( of Collins Pad 1934 19',4I Minn. Howl 127 3283 1 Union Tank 37% 37'/4
25 graduates
Bufferin 88 64' be among !
Tablets Hep sore?; A Bradley Negro the University of Florida's Class Columbia Gal 273 27% MMM 87% 87%'United Fin 31W 31%

4 arrested as a second offender of 1914 to be honored SaturdayIn I Com Credit 38 381.4 Montg Ward 37 374! United Fruit 22% 23
on lottery charges, ceremonies Initiating them Con Edison 84y' 8434 Nat Biscuit 81 61% U.S. Inda 9'101/
leg.4Sc-U' Reg. 89cBenGay yesterday was sentenced to into the university alumni a.IOClation'l .Con Foods 47y" 4734Consumer Nat Can 1614 NS U.S. Rubber 5214 NS
four years In state prison. Grand Old Guard. Pwr 4534 453/ Nat Dairy 87I673 .U.S. Steel 59 59
Kolex 29' 63 Edmond Wyche was given Other members of the Classof !Cant Can 45'f 45% Nat Fuel 32r. NS Upjohn 55% 55%
? consecutive two-year sentences ; 1914 Include James C. Poppell Cant Oil 15 65y" Nat Gypsen 48% 4814 Vendo 17% 17ft

on each of two counts, I of Plant City William H. Schultz I Ctrl Data 78380 Nat Tea 15% 15% Warner-Lambert 27 34'i% 27
In the C. M. Corn Pods W683 Nla-Mohawk SO'A W Air Brake 34'4
siding and assisting Jr. of Winter Haven, and 5036
R... 59c-7Vi-... (Limit 1) Reg. 49e-<( a lottery and possession of The ceremony part of the Curtlls-Wrlght 19 J91,4 Outboard Marine 17% 17% Winn Dixie 30% NS
WOODBURY CARTER'S lottery tickets. 1964 Spring Assembly of the Den Rio R R 2014 20% Pac Gas Elec 313 32 Woolworth 74% 75%
Wyche Indicated he will appeal alumni association will be conducted De Soto Chem 21Va Pan Am Sulphur 27127'% Xerox 87 87%
27' 34C the sentence, and Crim- by former secretary of Dr Pepper 5511y 553/4 Parke Davis 31% 31'h Zenith Rad 54185
SHAMPOO PILLS inal Court Judge Roy H. state R. A. Gny.BRJTlSHER Dresser Inda 29'293/ Penney J. C. 5Oy.. 51 ,Occidental Pet. 24% 24%
Amidon placed Wyche undera DuPont 25934 260 Pepsi Cola 4914 4914 Jim Walter 34j 34%

$2,000 supercedeous bond REVOLTS ,Eastman Kodak 12913291% PfIZer 48'Y1 4934PAila !

I while swatting the appeal BRISTOL England (AP) !Gamble Sklmo 3434 35 Elec ::13 NS I SKATERS WALKPETERBOROUGH
I ) KNOW YOUR PHARMACIST I Wayche was arrested last Quote of the day: Edward Du ,Ga Pac 64'58% Phillip Morris 73% 73% .
i October less than a month Cann; state minister 'of Bri:Gen Elee 89'89 Phillips Pet 48% 483'4Phelphs Ont. UV-
(and let him know you) I after he had been fined for a tain's Board of Trade to a news Gen Foods 911.4 9134 Dodge 88% 68% An army may move on Its i
\ I previous lottery conviction. conference: "Why he devil do'Gen teat 12% J2% Piper Air 46'V. 4634 stomach but a National Hockey S
Pat Arnat and "SIte..." Robinson, Registered Pharmacists we have to talk like Americans -:Gen Motors 83't 83% Pit Plate Class 653e 86% League team moves on its legs

"h the giant cactus ? We ao longer meet Gen Tel Elee 3334 331.4 Proctor Gamble 881,4 881.4 Toronto Maple Leafs Coach
Free Delivery on Prescriptions I deserts friends, we 'meet up' with Gen Time 1211234 Pub Srv Elee Gal 76% 78% Punch Imlach believes so
U. S. western
11! plants on them. We no longer have transport Gen Tire 251,4 2536 Purl OU 44'/ 4434Raybestoe strongly In that theory that he
Us close to the surface and we have 'transportation.' Gillette 3Wa 35% Man 4634 461,4' told his players to leave their
Easy ParkingJ' JfItgant food1- Pleasant Shopping' ;spread out horizontally for we no longer document things, W R. Grace 5296 52y' Rep Steel 46 464R automobiles at home when they

j I ,many feet. we have 'documentation.' Great A P Tea 354 354 1. Reynolds 4Oy. 40% reported to fan training camp.


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1 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, March II, ION 1.1

Consistent Appraisal Yardstick II I Economists Debate Nature Of Business Upturn


By SAM DAWSONAP 100. the index in February hita 'omists, and a slight recession' working back to manufacturers! of rising stock price.

Would Erase Tax Business New Analyst record 1276 up from Jan by the new school. in the form of new orders. So Whatever today' general

City Inequities NEW YORK W-If the business uary's 127.2, and compared witha Auto Demand Credited the gains In Industrial output business upturn I II dubbed. it I*

upturn from the 1960 re. year ago figure of 120.2. The I The February advance Is are expected to continue throughthe I expected by almost all the experts

(Continued From Page I) Sydney Weinstein 12,970 10,860 cession catching Its second Index climbed In the first part credited largely to the demandfor spring-whether this be a i to last through most of

John R. Fenn 20,300 17.860 wind or I Ie the economy starting of 1963 and then dipped by one automobile and other consumer renewed spurt of an old up- I this year. Some are doubtful

C. R. Lyon 13,510 10,000( Lucille K. Watson 25.530 22,460H. in entirely new cycle of 1U point In August and September goods It was accompanied turn or the start of a new cycle. ,about next year, but the hardy
C. F. Scott 12,670 1,000 own? In all, the seven months by a rise In retail sales Also counted upon to help are band championing the new economic

Stanley Rosa 14.7110 11,060 E. Maiden 111 12,190 8.960W. Most observer have looked prior to February were dubbed and brisk construction activity. tax reduction, corporate profit theory think 1965 will sea

J. C, Permenter Jr. 13.620 11,300 O. Johnson 13.140 10.180R. on last iummer'1 dip and the sluggish by the old school econ This. consumer. .demand In increases, .and_the_heady_scent_ further-Improvement.
L. Thornton n.47S 11,400 - - -

Tom Jordan 13,580 11,100 Marjorie P. Pruitt 28,060 17.240 mild recovery from of October Industrial through production : u U .:.::.::.-.. - - .... - .. .. .. .. .. -1
T. T. Brozozowskl
15,780 IISOO
Mildred V. Vea.ey 13,870 9.900 December just of those I
S. J. Katz as one t
12,220 9,300 Clifton M. Kelly 12.750 8,840 hesitation that come In most
W. A. Carlson
E. R Scharar 12,000 8.500 H. E. Hartman 15.740 11.100 recoveries from recessions. ; 'DeLuxe.FLOOR .
13,340 10,000
Patsy Strollo 14,660 12.460 They date the present upturn
Edwin S. Habel j"i"
13.320 11,000 L. B. Roberta Jr. 11,100 7.860 as starting In February and

O. O. Sample 13,820 12,600 Florence Levlftlon 23,860 18,620 March of 1961, and now pretty MAT
Ray Gengler
10,770 6S00 L. M. Koons 11,700 7.800Wm. old as recoveries go.

G. H. Sink 16,230 10,100 Kemp II 15,060 9,300 But new pep In the economy I

Mrs M. R. Driver 17,280 13,440 Frank W. Myers 10,260 8,140 In recent week has given a

T. R. Barber 10.860 7,500 Lillian C. McCranie 14.960 10.160R.I. talking point for the minority' PREMIUM QUALITY! DOOR-TO.DOOR

Fern L. .ough 11.820 7.100 holding that last summer and,
Chamberlain 25,210 17.160 Dress Up
Steve J. Forgach 10.810 5.600Francola fall could be classed as a new,
John A. Layton 22.480 17.180
Denoeu 13.110 8,600 Marie G. 11.580 7.760 style rece.slon-the mildest or 'Cover Up I
Frank J. Fore 19.810 12,180 record, perhaps, but a real one.And .
Phillip Trohn 14,740 10,600 thus the current Jump In ,
Sue E.
Skipper 11.940 8,600 1
R. L. Hightower 19,360 14,880 industrial l production is the ExtraHeavyMolded
Nell Pickens
17,200 13,720 R. C. Smith 14,120 9,540
start of a new general
C. M. Bird 11,650 9.200 E. Snow Martin Jr. 12.540 8,560 This point of view Is uPBwlnl'l Rubber! d Harry

Samuel L. Collin 22,580 18,000 Grover Bloodworth 11,970 1,860 those championing the new Limited .

R. S. Leaf 12,510 8,600D. J. R. Campbell 10,300 7,620 philosophy that old business Colorful 1 ti. I

F. Horan 12.140 7.700 Albert Key 19,830 10,800 cycles are outmoded. If so, thli Quantify/

H. W. Breathitt Jr. 13,150 7.700 J. A. Bondy 11.810 8SOO would mean that recessions in1 I "Custom" Styling!

W. P. Taggart 12,360 8,800 H. M. Sawyer Jr. 10.180 7,800( I the future will be no more than I
Sam T. Clark 89,740 81,600 8,720 what we've previously regardedas Finest quality we can find
R. C. Higginbotham 13,210
Florlland Mtg Dev. Co. 21,600 8,000L. hesitation beit price we can efferlFulknntourlPlttmotUS.(
C. L. 12.570 10,040E.
D. Yates 12,490 7,400John Cooper 8,440 If* a heart-warming theory,, I .
B. Howard 11.060
E. Oreilly 11,700 8,260 although far from proved and car
Jos. K. .13,070 10.300
O. B. Fanning 11.670 8,500Wm far from generally accepted. Cholceofbtsck.whlte.btuf I
H. Foster 10.630 5,940V. George C. Carr 19,090 18,080 What is certain I 1* that the green,brown orred I 'NOw
D. N. Barksdale 15,970 9,540 Federal Reserve Board reports 1 1 1PRlCE'4.95
D. Fle.her 10,3-40 8SOO SAVE SODl $24'8
A. J. Merkhofer 10.720 8,840O. D. W. Dooley 19,650 13,100M. Its Industrial production index Only
B. Burris 14.340 10,600R. made Its largest advance In
a. Shatter 10,660 8,260
W. Waldrop 13,070 11,100 February since last October. J

Carrie R. HasUngs 15,140 U,500 Mr. E. B. Langford 12,070 11.000 :Based on the 1997-59 average as
W. J. Edenfield 19,830 15,000H. 11.150 7,860J. 1
C. P. Marshall I
L. Shannon 16,840 9.720 12.760Laurie NEW SAFETY ALLWEATHER.I I
C. Bronson 18,500 :
Eric F. Murray 15,530 9,600D. W. Walker 17,580 15.000 7 Charged

B. Jones 12.450 7.580 T. D. McCutcheon 13,020 9,440 with WRAP-AROUND ;i
Ralph B. Hanahan 15.320 9,180C O. Hurley Lewis 10,850 7,600 With Laos TREAD 'A
F. Morton 12.150 7,680 L''
Mrs. C. J. Slater 15,600 .
Ruby Holloway 11,540 8,680 M. Henry 14.440 12.300D. NOW WITH r ;
Harry Ura 11,800 9.180 11,290 7,840 Murder Plot
W. Castles
Richard L. Mba 11.410 8,760 Y..
C. A. Smith 17.860 10,180 "NO LIMIT'GUARANTEE3T 1
L. L. McKay 15.420 12,800 Corrie 1. Morgan 11,310 7,940H. VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) -
Mrs. H. B. Craven Jr. 17,810 13,700W. I ,
E. Fink 10.200 8,440 Seven persons, including a neutralist -
H. Wheeler 11,140 8.100 12,690 8.340 lieutenant, have been arested -
C. L Salter ,
Byron Duncan 19,870 15.000 lone M. WIIIIII 10.590 8,620 as suspects In the as- NYLON.

T. M. Walker 16.960 13,000 8,940 asslnation of a right-wing In-
10.780 with
Margaret D. Sexton 13,950 11,760 E.Jean E.E.Smith Jay 10.740 8,540K. lllgence officer, authorities reported =.N $1595,1IM '=-$2225- .

4 E. T. Haviland 12,360 7,700 today. .TUFSYNf-! 'a
1 H. Shelnut 11.170 8,040C. Police said no charge have .. .......... .. :see ..01.14.Supsr.dunbl. w
H. Newsome 17,230 12,900
J. 14,900 8,000 Is the __ = = '
T. thrift Jr. of Tuftyn w.Ny
been filed In the slaying Maj.]
E, W. Fitzgerald 21,580 12.100 _
8,100Mrs. rubber said laCoodytir 0 "
1 18.760 loufhiit ever
0 Steve Kolek 21.140 15,800 Harry. Enlley C. Banks 10,300 8.600J. raseuth, 38, who was shot in ; tins. s....1.. La,,.., ; r 'J J
Tom the head Tuesday night while $17iso..se Hnda I"r
E. R. Kline 16,270 13,800 19,340 10,540 au..,, =243x''
H. Bird ttlng on the balcony of his NOW ONLY CFNna.
a Frank K. Mym 23,390 13.000 I eM U11..L Cloy." o.aNN
13,730 .
Vera V. ome In the Laotian capital.A ..51.44 a 115111r
L B. Job 18,760 12,560 1Ie.sbl.cksaI
19,020 11,840 neutralist spokesman
W. A. Mann army N.'a I
Glenn B. Gable 24,980 14,200J. Milt J & lottie Selil 48,510 42,800Kate aid 2nd Lt. Siphan wa held $11:95 ; ''J

C, Peele 10,080 8,060 Corley 12.100 10,100 ror questioning at the rightIng loeiutub.. Cvd = $1940' ....'a..... ........ NO MoN
Pauline M. Brennan 11,830 7,360R. 8,820 Chianlmo near Vien- ..
McNabb 12,670 camp C.M. $2120' Y
L. D. = ::=
=.r ___
G. Wood 14.380 9.500 ,1.' own..n. 4
Jesse P. Wilson 13.190 1,620 tiane. flm in tut tire ._.1IIt su1.r: .l a 0O
G. W. Randall III 11,260 7,760 A. J. Moceri 13.770 8,620 The spokesman said Slphan's iff row or. sues. __ seem.
G. E. Grant 11.290 8,260L Jackie Yard 12.150 7,820A. revolver was confiscated when WHITEWALLS 1

R. Byak 11.100 9,060C 11.020G. >* appeared outside Praseuth's '
G. Soard 11.300 8,180t N. Karakilloo 13,130 11.090 8S20 tome after the shooting and got'i ONLY 3 MORE eMr/m.pisste.sdsm.Nyeaewee, ..1111_tftondltiollo MOU 'f ,
L. Ryala
rite. an argument with police 648.1
Alma K. Reed 11.520 8.700 A. C. ZIU 14.320 ,820 and soldiers the GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE I "NO LIMIT GUARANTEE'' I "
t guarding place\ GO
E. Hooks 14,860 8,500R.
Homer 12,050 8,520C. N.Until N N Ni HmHto Se
M. L. Harlan head. M nwithf *NmN M mllM 'ItmK est.nnh
E. Ehlls 12,550 10,100H 11,820 When he went to police -" f.. I/.,. ...tlr. Id* rf Hw anal a ALL HIW OOODVEAII AUTO
P. Roddy 13,830 barters later to recover his TIM*AM auAMANTUO mUnl dt ctt M warknumlil'*.*mit.rttH in4 co
W. Carter 10.740 8,420 S. M. Hodges 14,990 11,800 eapon, he wa* arrested. _, .1 Nod O... d.. newt .. .mbl. lunS.u ..It A OOOOUAR TIM G 0 0 D A EAR
't Ruth M. Matthews 11,310 7,800Duncan 18.270 10,100 MIL UNDIft THIS aUARANTII.n,at mm HIM SO.009 OMdyMf*..!...
K. Smith Sr. 12.740 1,920 Arthur H. Neptun In th. Unltxt SIMM and C.n.d.WIN mow .11_...M 0 MW Vre kn.4 ::0
R. L. Clark 14,000 10,600 Water Ski Show m O R. G. Edenfield 14.480 U,260 Jr. 15,040 10.700
L. F. Holzhauses 15,590 12,260 A. B. May I *) *) at *)
13,220 8,900
W. W. Thornton
R. W. Bruhl 13.830 7,900 11.070 7.040J. Slated SundayEaster I
W. R. Jones *
H. A. Knowles Jr. 18,430 13,500 12,840 8,400 I GOODYEAR GOODYEARSERVICE
1. V. Martin
will be heralded by
Eleanor S. Sutton 21.830 14,500J 11.030 7.000T.
P. E. Carlini erformen of the Lakeland Water -
G. Cunningham 15.100 10,200 10.090 8.500 SERVICE STORE STORE
E. Robblns Ski Club In a show Sunday
Mr. M. H. Fouls Sr 17.220 10,840 11.700 Patricia A. Slater 11.860 7,500 fternoon, starting at 2 o'clock, 201 W. Main Sr. Lakeland 190 W. Main Bartow
R. H. Gibson 14.580
8.400O. C. W. Fielding 20,140 12,500 nnounced Mrs Ida Dees. I
A. D. Bowden 10,600
E. Dawson 12.130 8.760L Kathryn S. Penn 10,480 7,760 The show, organized aroundn Goodyear tint at Clearance Meet ere else available at thoia dealer Not all sires and types available at all lacatlen.
Luther M. Beal 14,820 10,400 Easter theme, will feature a

N. Pipkin 11.080 7.920O. 8.100G. W. D. Beerman 10,540 1,520 water ballet and trick riding Cable Aute Electric C*. Netter Tenses Service CSrry'5 Rorundo'i Calf Servict Mel, land Tixac
E. Loadholten Jr. 10.820 11.120 8.000 and be viewed free of ,Fiends Klcnflllfl
M. Foull 19,380 12.800 T.J. L.H. Colbert Roberts 13,420 7,760 harge can from the south side of 201 N. 'lorU.. .... *51 I. M.I. St. Jm S. 'I...... A,(. 1331 Kiehl.* I... 21 I. Mtmwtel. II...

W. C. Dicks 10,290 8.200C. J. L. Holman Jr. 10,890 7,980 Lake Hollingsworth. I.
D. Mcintosh Ir. 11.030 8,000 12,540 8,080 --------
N. S. Ellentsen
Margarete M. Logan 10,460 8,000F. pischke 23,890 18,060E.
R. J.
C. Ford 11,420 8,540 H. Brownley Elt. 11,230 8,600Ilyotta DIAMOND MCRCHANT OF AMERICA.

Marion. W. Humphrey A. Riddle 10,540 II.970 8.140J. 9,640 M. Olson 12,160 13,590 1.300W. 11.060Cha. # o R DO 'S

7.900 .. L. Payne IaF 'QVALITY JLWZLZRS
Roy W. May 10,800 10.160 8,000
I. Crane
Minnie B. Cotton 12,050 8,800 10,850 7.100W.
S. L. Smith
Inez C. Johnson 12.340 8,600 10.160 8,260
B. Thornton
J. C, Permenter 14,520 10,900D. 11,340 8,000
M. HoUlster
10.220 7,500Geo.
O. Jones 11,090 7.820I.
J. F. CasweU
C. Hays 11,430 7,900Ches. 13,480 10,500C.
E. Coleman
12,600 8,900
F. Stucke
12,720 8,400J A. Rowand UI 11,260 8SOO Vv s ,
W F. Hampton
10,980 e
A. M. Trask
W. Rasmussen 12,110 9.900 15,470 8,680
Floyd E. Lay
15,850 U,300
Ervin P. Ray 11,790 8.600Jarda
Mary W. McCollough
11,420 7,440
M. D. Cleghorn
11,800 8,380
J. Langston

Harriet Dr C. H.S. Benefield Young 13.030 14.460 11.400 9,540 J. J. Freer 13,040 11.290 7.740T. 7.500 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT, PAY MONTHLY-TAKE A YEAR TO PAY I. ,

G. Owenby
Mrs. H. A. Shaver 43.850 21,000 13,060 7,720H. -
Jesse G. Gillum
Earl Anderson 12.360 9,700W. 6DIMOHD
D. Karnes 12,140 18-K GOLD
19.170 14,960
D. Anderson 1,120 ELGIN
12,580 8,700 W. E. Amdor 11,980 'r Pendol1 $ =
Herman C. Templin I t
John R. Lott Diamond
11,260 7,720F. ErE" MOM
Mrs. W. B. Farr 10.820 8,820 *
20.590 18,200 R. Tinkham twluoen
W. Mattioli
8,240The H. S. Julian 17,980 Bridal
G. C. Norris 11,600 Elizabeth M. Barto 11,880 8,460 Set q .

Young Corp. 45,3-40 28.380 11,360W. Beatrice S. Clarke 10.260 7,960C. l...................._ DWIOIf lUll k h

Charles. A. Boger B. Kell 23,660 11,850 8,600 V. Wilson Holllnpworth 12,460 10,860 11,360 7,260H. :::.1:;::: ... I.f KAlA T COLD WE e .M '

H. F.

Donovan Lawrence Dean Rogers 12,100 12,720 8,000 8,460 M. Gillette 10,120 11,470 8.820T. 7.960 ffif"TERtas129w LJ.

7,200K. C. Parramore $200
10,860 -' "-
Mardon Inc. 8,360
26.560 15,500A. E. M. Powell 11,820 TERMS
A. Harris
Mathews 18,820 13,520 .
12.290 IISOO Thelma J.01. J.-
E. Caasllnl 10,110 ,420

R. Ira Barnett 10,800 7.260 Maurice Walker 11.860 11,500 ... .... ..... _. ___ _._u ___ .

J. C. Moore 19,370 13,960 T. L. Baldwin I ': r .- >.,,, r- 1 I I 1

Lana Turner .l : : .\ \ ;
4th Graders AppreciateCollege's r: .t".wq : {, !; '; Thi most DiscriminatingTitef ,

I Reported III\ ': ":;'V .i' : <_:" \ '' sm ANo

Auditorium MEXICO CITY (AP) Ac- t ......,". .,> fI'141" !" :.....' .

fourth grader of John'sic even louder. Your friend, tress Lana Turner I II 111 again r .;- /;

Th LEE LANIER" and Columbia Picture has had --- "
Cox Elementary School learn 301 N. Iowa Ave. to suspend production of the 1 I

art of good public relations at "I thank you very very much movie "Love Has Many Fac- t .iMH." 04 ,

an early age. for letting us use your beautiful e... 2 Diiaad 'II" Dr.F 4 1411 DIAMOND I MN OrepP5d 1

Several members of the class auditorium. It looked nicer Miss Turner who became in Bred ,1IIIt 89995

"thank than any auditorium I've ever while on location In AcapulcoFeb.
Of Miss Judy Haa wrote Southern seen. Thank you. X had a relapse In Mex- '1495"A 24akii; '3995$1A M I MONTHCULTURED DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICAGORDON

you" letters to Florida KATHY SCOTT ico City last Tuesday. She has

College to express appreciationfor 929 E. Parser; St. paratyphoid an Infectious disease WlU .$41 Mom '
use of the Branscomb Auditorium ? "I enjoyed the concert resembling typhoid fever

recently when the Flor- very much, but It was even bet I The actress hal returned to

ida Symphony Orchestra gave ter In the auditorium. Your Acapulco, where she 1 II recuperating. PEARL .

two schools six. The,concert grade concert three for were Lakeland through sponsored friend 511 ELLEN W. Peachtree STOKES"St. I COMEDIAN. HAS TWINS ]... ::::,"I \ NECKLACE 14 KARAT COLD CUSP SOIGAIE Stopping S Center

by the Junior Welfare Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr., CHICAGO (AP) ComedianDick ___ tt : $25'ail:' SS3S SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE:

League. president of Florida Southern Gregory announced today ALSO"IN TAMPA I ALSO?

Here are excerpts. from some College, commented: "We get that his wife, Lllllon. gave birthto H'itH.4I'IIONI \ mKAOtllTna

of the letters:. many letters but seldom such twin girl Wednesday at the BRITTON PLAZA CORTEZ PLAZA

"Thank you 10 much for let. thoughtful acknowledgments University of Chicago Hospital.The .,,'". a easaae MIOMFfT mi' SHOPPING CENTER | SHOPPING CENTER

ting us use the auditorium. It from such young boy and 31-ytar-old: Negro and hb

was beautiful and made the mu girl," wife. have two other children.

l- .. --. ---- ... --1'': .... :.. .. . ....Q . ';-_ ':;-;;:'.:_-rr'LAKELAND --.- '
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__ LEDGER, Thursday, March U. 1884_ I

TECO Not Ex-Deputy

I Expected Gets 2-Year

, To Push ExpansionMayor : Prison Term I

BARTOW John W. (Jack)
Harold Griuard said of the private utility firm Mderman, former member of
today that he did not believe yesterday afternoon at Plant the sheriff department' vice

Tampa Electric Co. would City to discuss a possible territorial squad who was convicted on a II STOCK MARKET FLASHES \ I
continue its efforts to extend agreement, the Mayor bribery charge yesterday was |
its power lines Into areas pres- laid sentenced to serve a two-year

ently served by the City of Progress Made prison term or pay a $1,000 NEW YORK (AP-The stock On Initial transactions of 1,000shares American Tobacco was unchanged

Lakeland. fine.Criminal market was uneven In moderately Douglas Aircraft was at 30% on 2,100 shares,
After meeting with officials "I would say that some Court Judge General Electric eased % to
Roy active trading at the open- unchanged at 24ft; Southern Pacific
progress was made. I think K. Amidon set the sentence 89 on 1,700 shares
that anytime we talk we accomplish after denying a motion for anew Ing today. was unchanged at 50%; Ford opened on 4,000 shares,
something" trial The 28-year-old I Al- I Small gains and losses were Studebaker rose / to 7%; and up H at 581/i. Douglas Aircraft

OfficialsTour Mayor Griuard said he lerman wu convicted Jan. 17 shown by key stocks. General Dynamics eased % at and Pan American World Airways

doubted that Tampa Electric after Percy Wilson, another Opening blocks Included: were unchanged.
LandProjects will "Invade" the territory rice squad deputy testified Parks, Davis off % it 31V4 on Steel opened on 8,000 International Paper added %
served by the city1 department Alderman offered to pay for 3,000 shares; United Air Lines,, shares unchanged at 51t.I at 31% on 2,000 shares.
of electric and water same of persona who were to up % at 59% on 2,000; and I Korvette added % at 31% on Yesterday the Associated
i utilities !>* raided on lottery charges Sears, Roebuck, up % at l07j I 2,500 shares. Sperry Rand edgedup Press average of 60 stocks rose
"I think the territorial situation Appeal Announced on 1500. / at 18'/4 on 2,000 shares I.8 to 303.0, a new blgh.'B' .
Land will be worked out" the
MULBERRY- equalto
Mayor said, "after all, It's to Alderman said the sentence
75 per cent of the acreage our mutual will be appealed and Judge BLUE CHIPS
advantage to arrive -
has been
mined for phosphate taildon set
a $1,000 supersld-
at an agreement over
reclaimed for use during the
territory." otis bond while the case Is
last three years by the eight Tampa Electric some weeks pending in the Second District KLl SCrtCMOte!: WADCOVEft (MS THAT \-

companies mining phosphate ago sought permission from Court of Appeals. A HUNDRED IMP I NO.-,I
rock in Polk and Hillsborough the State Road Department Under Florida statutes, Alierman THOUSAND P &.WlS IlCORD? PONT EAL? J

Counties a. phosphate executive to extend Its lines Into areas could have received IH ONE PAY LAST WEEKX4TU / 'flhtNKSo11- ,,, %

told a group of touring north and south of the municipality SOUTHU'N SIGN MAKER, NO DOUIT It wti uisi,., a a five-year sentence or a$3,000

officials here today. seed,... ill* ...., .r see th.t tulAi'l sprit thee ".'. this ins.
Last year acreage equal to City commissioners promptly lis" for |uk mo.orlal ""did... Sclt Kilty's litJ4iMrim .t Alderman resigned his vice '

nearly 81 per cent of what directed municipal admin- Frt Uud I

was mined was reclaimed istrative officials to take court the slg* .eker. AP Wr.fk.to). a hearing In Sheriff Mon I
added M. W. Chesson Jr.. action to keep the private roe Brannen's office. Brannen

chairman of the land use and utility firm from extending Its I reportedly began an Investigation :
--- _
reclamation committee of the line Into territory served by Pushes Into the matter on Sept. tt
Florida Phosphate Council Lakeland I i Kelly CampaignIn 10, after Wilson had reportedthe

and manager of the phosphate alleged attempt to give *
here of Similar Suits Cited
operations West Florida AreaBy him $50 for Information. STOCKS

American Cyanamld Co. Utility Director Dan McIntosh The October grand Jury returned I

Chesson spoke to about 70 said Tampa Electric had THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]who know what It Is to.< lIve a surprise indictment 'eA The Daily InvestorII II
state, county and city official won a similar court suit under One candidate for governor of with a budget." the Lakeland against Alderman. Until that
on a tour of reclamation a decision of the Florida contractor said time the matter had been Q _hlHe'" JU ,lIel._
Florida the Democrat "
i projects during a luncheon Supreme Court says kept secret. By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. But more likely It will sell
I stopover at International He said the Wlthlacoochee race has boiled down to a three- Fred Karl of In Daytona the Florida Beach )Ri'vl1ott" .. t.o Can you tell me why some that stock right away again ,
River Electric wsy contest while another say campaigning brokers will sell overthecounter a mark-up.
Park the recreational area Cooperativehad me getting
[ said in criticizing -
and golf course established sought to extend its lines that the their people minds.haven't ye Key Wednesday Burn that the people of United Fund AMERICAN STOCK stock without chargingany You can be sure that a brokerage -
I by International Mineral to serve a customer of Tam up EXCHANGEAmElec commission while other firm normally makes
land Chemical Corp. on re- pa Electric and that the cooperative Scott Kelly of Lakeland campaigning Florida didn't appear committedyet .................. 1%/ brokers do charge commission money on any transaction it
[claimed land Just north ofrnulberry. had been restrained in West Florida Thurt- In the race. CampaignExtended lames Eng ................ 23% on the same Itock? 'handle for vou. If It act a*
under the court decision. lay, said the front runners were Later at Tampa Karl plunged orsey Corp .............. 6% A. You put your finger onthe an agent, it get a commission.
In addition to Mayor GrUlard. himself, Haydon Burn of Jacksonville Into the controversy swirling Falcon Sea Dr ............ 1'Vs answer (perhaps without If It act* as a principal it get
Lakeland was repre- and Fred O. Dickinson around the legislative Investigations Gulf Am .............,.... 5 realizing It) with the phrase ts mark-up.
JUDY GARLAND ILL sented at the meeting with of West Palm Beach, committee a report on Gulf Sulphur .......,..... 6% "sell me stock." If you buy
(HOLLYWOOD (AP) Single Tampa Electric officials by "Vote for the man with no experience -homosexuality. He said he wu United Fund of Greater Lakeland Kratter .................. 87/. stock without any commission Q. About three year ago I
Judy Garland Is a patient at Utility Director Dan Mclntosh. In state government, or an enemy of the committee In officials who have been Lucky Friday............. 33 that Is exactly ordered my broker to buy form
[Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in City Manager Robert V. for' Gov. Fan-Is Bryant's boy the last Legislature and called claiming a lag in campaign efforts -Redwing Carrier .......... 12 what the 100 shires of a certain atocksellIng
' I Hollywood and her doctor says Youkey David O. Payne assistant -Bud if you want to continue the its report obscene. are now saying a com Stephan Co. .............. 8% doel. He at (8 a share About a
l' I she may have to undergo an appendectomy > to the utllty director spend and tax trend that prevails Note Land Sales parison with former yean disposes Syntex ..........,......... 88'amps It to you."Oven 111 month ago (after the market
said ............... 26<
Elec 4 '
' | Al McCartney superintendent now Kelly John Mathew of Jacksonville that more money has price el this stock had droppedto
..,i _J However hospital attendants of power distribution, and "But' If you want a fair return told audlances on the lower east been raised In less time than in Textron Inc---------------- 4'/3' brokerm 25 cent a share) I told the
laid the 40-year-old entertain- Commissioner Lola Searl and on the tax dollar you should coast that he felt tales of date-any recent United Fund drive. OVER-THE-COUNTER course \ broker to send me my stock
1.1.i .ri' condition was good W. J. Peterson. elect a successful buslnessma owned land should be stopped if At the same time, the officials MUTUAL FUNDS buying certificate.

r------ -------------- there was the slightest reason announced that the current four- Affiliated Fund .......... 86'Alico :ling stock I received the certificate yes-- ,

to think the land would be need week-old drive which has ac ...................... 7ft than' -- terday. It was dated about a I Iweek
ed for public uses. complished 70 per cent of a record Am Express .............. 411/ 'the mechanics earlier. Does this Indicate
Meanwhile Robert King High $231,000 goal would be extended -, Auto Mereh ............... IYI''of a stock ex-_1 that the broker wa* playing
LAKELAND DRUGRESTAURANT and Dickinson swapped shot in to March 31. Chase Man Bank ...,..... 70% change.In vIlla my money all this time
lower west Florida over person1 "We definitely plan to conclude -, Eckerd's Drug. 18% the overUOYLfc and did not buy the stock for

financial report by candl. the drive on the new Fidelity Fund ............ 17.51 he-counter market a brokerage me until the date en the certlcaUt -
dates. schedule" stated Campaign I' Fla. Ga ....................11 firm can act either as an
I High made a report public on Chairman Jerard A. Kent. "Ir I I Fla. Pub. Util ............ 24xd "agent" or as a "principal." A. No. As this column ties
his finances and challengedother fact," he said "we are beginning Fla. Steel................ 10 If the brokerage firm acts asj50 became
candidates to do the same arrangements for an appropriate Fla. Tel. ?................ 23%,I agent. It buys or sells th often pointed of out those you 100 shares
Dicldlnion questioned whether It event to mark th e Fla. Tile .................. 11 1ntock for you (supposedly al t the owner broker bought
"MOST JINVSVAU* \was a valid campaign Issue and I community's achievements W,e Founders Life ............. Sty\I;the best possible price) ant i on the date the That date show
I High replied that it was want to properly recogniie thc Gulf Life .................. J&V charges you a commlailon them for you. received -
604 West 'Memorial Blvd. The West Palm Beach .candl many volunteers, and contnlbutori -Incorp Invest ,......,...... 1.lIij the transaction That comm -on the confIrmatIon time.It .slIp you
date said that High watjnaklng who will have worked long Inter County Tel ft Tel .... 55 lion 1 Is usually about equal to at I
SUPIRMARKIT I "''another desperate attempt for and hard and given generously." Jackson Min Mart .......... 6'/\/ the commission that you would seems obvious that, In the
NEXT TO JOOWOWN publicity' ta proposing personal "And" he added "we hope to LewIs Bus Form ...,.,..r 17% pay If the transaction were meantime, the stock was held
SPECIALS THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY financial[ statements give the community. a; success. Nationwide .............. 15 made on a stock exchange In a, "street name" ::' reglstereu --
story to be proud of." A. H. Robins ......,....,., 40{% If the brokerage firm acts asa in tne name or we DFOKerage -
The Fund's goal represent a Taylor Inst .........,.,.. 48 principal, it actually sells to. house But; I keep stressing *
12 percent or $25,000 Increase T. V. Elec Fund .......... 82 you stock you buy and buy that doesn't change the
Five Polk over the amount raIsed In 1983 Trans Gas Pipe Line ..... 21% I from you stock you sell. fact that you owned the 100 I
I SPJ FILM I 3 Rolls 88 Seventeen community health, Travelers ................. 53s/ Now if you buy the broker- lares.
HospitalsAccredited' welfare and recreation agencies United Ilium .............. 39% I ag' firm acting as a prlncipias If the broker had accepted
will be allotted operating funds Universal Foods .......... .33."_"a"..0 j"__"It ." J"---un" .n."..-. ..t",1r--.- -It- your order (and your money)
I from the total raised. hal owned for a long time But and not filled your order and
Regular $1 SiteCHOCKS R.,. 83e Plastic Tub Notes Previous Drives NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE more likely It will buy some then later bought the stock at amuch

stock (after you place your order lower price the broker
I COPPERTONE The Joint Commission on Supporting the claim to respectable Latest lla.m. ) and Immediately sell It would have broken all kind oflawa.

Accreditation o f Hospitals I results' from four Close Price I to you. .
meeting Chicago this week 'weeks of campaigning Fund officials 581h1 The difference between the That type of operation I*
I Suntan 57f.Vltamlnl Included five Polk County Hospitals pointed out that In 1962 AIr Reduction 577 price the brokerage firm pays known as a "bucket shop"
15' 68f. Lotion on their annual lilt of ,only 53 percent of that years Alden 42 29%) 42 NS i for the stock and the price you I Such operations were unfortunately -
accredited hospitals goal had been raised after more Allegheny Ludlum % % pay for It Is the "markup"in -' fairly common many
I Hospital appearing on the than four weeks of campaigning 'Allied Chem 57% 57Y.11 effect the same thing ss a yean ago I'm not saying theyare
R.,. 39. I R9. 49e U. Rig 98c list were Bartow Memorial In 1963 they stated, the Allied Store 60>4 60'/4,commission.If extinct. But, because of the
WindproofHEAVY raised In a similar'Am Bosch 14%) 14%' and controls on
I County regulations
Hospital and Polk percentage sell, the brokerageirm
ICE CUBE LIGHTER Hospital Bartow; Lakeland length of time was 42 percent. Am Cyanamld 64 64% acting as a principal might brokerage firms today such athing
Lakeland; the percentage to date Am Home Prd NS 64!% time. hardly ever happens.
General Hospital Again keep the stock for some
119cI! Lake Am Hospital 24'',; 24%
49 Lake Wale Hospital is 70 percent.
29 I Wales; and Winter Haven The current drive started Feb. Am Mach A Frdy 18 I84! Latest III.m. Latest 11 ..m.
j .
r.. Hospital Winter Haven. 18. Between that date and Am Metal Pot 39I39 Close PrIce
B. Babcock, March 31, six weeks will have Am Motor 11 17WtAm Close Price

FOOD YOU'LL REMEMBER commission Dr. Kenneth director said 'ac- elapsed. This length of time Rei" Dev 24Ya 23% 52753't Reynolds Met 3834 3934
to Fund officials, Is Am Seating 38 NSAm Greyhound 6
creditation of a hospital according 43 43 Rhod Sel Trust 8% %
average or better for similar Tobacco 30% 30\4\ Grumman R. C. Cola 55 5534
FOR STEAK means that It has voluntarily 5791h
CLUB $435 submitted to a survey of its drives elsewhere. Am Tel I A Tel 3397/s I % IBM 5793/i Safeway Stores 59% 119%
officials I- let Harvester 703/i 71%
TAKE-OUT Choke of Salad ond patient care. It I* a badge of More Importantly Fund Ampex 15% 15% IMC 9Y. I Scott Paper 37% 377aSeabosrd

Hot Biscuit which the hospital are now talking more optimistically Aria Pub Ser 33/i 34 Air R 49 41t
recognition let Mln "Chem 68',4 6)34
its communityto about the possibility Armco Steel 1411 747iAtcha Sears 107'4 1073/i
can display to 31% 3134lnt
Ph. MU 2.9074 1 Egg, Bacon, Grit QQ< prove that It conforms to of obtaining the full goal.Increases top 28% tnt Tel Paper A Tel 57I17% Shattuck 15Ya 15'4

Toast, Jelly end Cof f.. . . . . <9 7RESTAURANT high standard of patientcare. "We're protecting some fine time"- All Refin 551,4 551 14'% Jones "Laughlin 15% 7534 Sinclair Oil 48'461%
at the present Auto Can 14'! 10% 711%
HOURS 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. said Kent. "I hope every organization Avco 231)1) 23Y.1 Kelsey Hayes 3034 311 SC.Elec&Gss Socony 68 58

i l __ ____ ____ ____ __ ________ __ ____ "There are approximately and Individual who Beneficial 56tl 511/!, Kimberly Clark 6414 841)1) 'Southern 541,4 54%
7,000 hospitals In the United las give will give thoughtful Beth Steel 37% Kerr-McGee 357/i 357iKnrvette
yet to Rand 18% 1834
98e Colorful, tactical Reg. 29e Deep Bakelite States," laid Babcock "but consideration to the possibility -Blaw-Knox 26% 2634Borg.Wanner 30'4 314learSiegler Sperry Spiegel 3134 32
I Rog. 1.000 of them are not eligiblefor Increasing their gift 4834 48% 13Y, 13V
69 Ash 23 accreditation because the I of of our community." Brunswick 10Y, II ''Llgllette "Myerl 15% 15% Std Oil Cal 11% 62

Cosmetic Bags Each Trays Commission survey only hospitals for the -good Burlington 47I46% Litton Indl 86r. 87 Std Sid Oil Oil Ind N. J. 12 84%% 6234 843/i
of 25 or more adult Burroughs 24% 241A Lone Star all 2134 21'A
beds. Of the remaining 8,000 U. Of Florida Cat Tractor 581)1) 591h Loral Elee 8 7V Sunray Oil 31 3134
Trans 20% 2OV
Reg. 98c Largo Connon-Modo hospitals roughly 4,200 art Celanese eo'66 I% P. Lorrlllard 44% 4434 Tenn Gal
Reg. 93e (Limit 1)) Antiseptic Madison Fd 39'/ 19/a' Texaco 15% 7534
accredited. 28% 27
Bath Towels 63'Limit Class Of 1914 403,4 Texas Gulf Sui 233/4 2W.
NS 40'VI
Cites A Ohio 8934 Magnavox 39'39%
Each 68* Chrysler 47% 48 Marguardt iliA 11% Tidewater
Listerine HonoredFormer 26'4 Martin Marietta 18% 1i/ Tractor Sup 19% 1934
To Be Cln Gas A Elec 28Ya 311
( 3 Please) Each Bradley Negro Cities Ser 85% 85'Vs McCrory 127itS Union Bag NS 773,4
Oil 171,4
124 44 44%
Coca Coil 124 McKesson %
R... $1.29 (Limit 1) Rg.98e Aerosol Gets Four Years din Peterson Congressman Sr. of Lakelandwill J. Har- Colgate Pal 44 44% Merck 12114 120% Union Union Pac Tank 39'Vs 37l3714 40
I9'A Minn. Howl 127 12034
( I 64'Reg. be among graduates_. _of Collins R.d 27'27% MMM 6757% United Fin 3134 311'
Bufferin T :tI 881".4ScIl' Hep ; ff BARTOW A Bradley Negro the University of Florida.. Com Columbia Credit Gal 38t39% Montll Ward 37 371/e United Fruit 22'4 23gI
arrested a* a second offender of 1914 to be honored Saturdayin 84784% Nat Biscuit 81 81'4 mdc 97/s 101%
Con Edlaon
them '
initiating DU.S. MS
on lottery charges ceremonies Rubber
47Y.1 Nat Can 16'4
was sentenced to the university alumni as Con Foods 47f4 Steel lilt III
89cBenGay yesterday into
Pwr 455 4534I' Nat Dairy %
In state prison. Grand Old Guard. Consumer 55% 5334
sociation's Upjohn
Nat Fuel 32% NS
Edmond Wyche was given Other member of the Class Coot Can 45% 453/i Vendo 17% 1734

Kotex 29'Reg. 63 consecutive two-year sentence of 1914 Include James C. Poppetl I'Cost Oil 85 15Y.1 Nat Nat Tea Gypaen 4834 15% 481/e 1534 Warner-Lambert 371/g 37w
H on each of two counts, of Plant City William H. Schultz Ctrl Data Air Brake 3414 3434
In the and C. M. Com Prds 6634 66 Ji, Nia-Mohawk 5034 5034 38
aiding and assisting Jr. of Winter Haven 2934CuntliaWnight I DMa Gas ft Elec 28'28>/, Westinghouse 373,
and operation of of Bartow. Crown Cork 28'VI Wlnn Dixie ;30% NI:
Reg. 49e-(Limit 1)CARTER'S ) conducting Wiggins I)utboard Marine 17% 17%
< II 191A
59 -7Va-os. imir ifIT a lottery and possession of The ceremony part of the WoolworthXerox 74% 75% .
j tickets. 1964 Spring Assembly of the Den Rio R R 201,4 201)11) Pac Gas & Elec 31% 32 87 87%

WOODBURY lottery Wyche Indicated he will appeal alumni association will be con De Solo Chem 21% 21V. I Pan Am Sulphur 274 2T/a' Zenith RadOccidental 84l85
34'Reg. the sentence and Criminal ducted by former secretary of Dr Pepper 11514 527/O I Parks Davis 31% 31'/4! Pet. 24% 24%
H. Dresser lode 291A 29% :Penney, J. C. 50/ 51
Court Judge Roy state R. A. Gray.BRITISHER Jim Walter 3434 34%
Amldon placed Wyche under DuPont 259% 260 PepsI Cola
supercedeous bond REVOLTS Eastman Kodak 12914 129Ya'Pfizer 48% 48%
a while$2,000 awaiting the appeal BRISTOL England (AP) Gamble Skgmo 34% 35 hlla Elee 33 NS SKATERS WALK
last Du Ga Pac e4758% Phillip Morris 73% 73%
arrested Edward
Wayche was Quote of the day:
Pet 48% 48fthelphs PETERBOROUGH,' Ont. l III-
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KNOW YOUR PHARMACIST October less than a month Cans state minister of Britain' Gen Elec 891"
: I 68% 68'/ An army may move on Its
91 Dodge
after he had been fined for a Board of Trade to a sewn Gen Foods 1114 %
but National
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previous 83183% Pit Plate Glass 65% tt% League team moves on lie leg*.
Pharmacist talk like Amen Gen Motors
have to
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Prescriptions I Root of the giant cactui cans friend, we 'meet apt with. Gen Tims 12% 1214 Pub Srv Elec ft Ga* 76% 76% Punch Imlach b It y** *>
Free Delivery on deserts 44 44% strongly I in that theory that he
: plant on U. S. western them. W* no longer have transport Gen Tire 2514 25% Pure Oil %
i lie close to the surface and we have 'transportation'' Gillette 35% 35% aybesto Man 46% 46'/ told his players to leave their
horizontally for document ,,, w. R. Grace 52% 52V Rep Steel 40 46% automobile at home when they
food -.- Pfcownf Jfcopptog 'spread out we no longer things
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I II' lAiTtANP LEDGE, Thursday, March It. tHC

Center Smathers Says Civil Rights Bill

cuklTY CHARGE IT! BUDGET IT : Seeks Cure By Tyrannical Means

al=Eo8 1 situation or- the American -
WASHINGTON IB-Sen. the federal government Into a ate, pointing out that normal) "The .
and of other minority
., without Negro
Is adopted
flat which crushes our totterIng such a motion
A. Smathers,
George I.FIa..iaid has improved dramatically
debate at all. groups
federal system, and because. any
today many Americans la the name of human rights The delay, said Sen. Joseph,I in recent yean,"
"an severely handicapped by It permit the exercise. of unrestricted ., S. Clark, D-Pa., Is "a travesty Smathers asserted.
their race or their religion" but power by too few oa orderly procedure wean ,, With the assistance of program
that the civil right bID seeks people and with too few assurance making a public show a such as the recent tax
a cur "through the UN of that Its exercise will be ourselves before the civilized I bill and with continued cooperation
36 H 0 U R tyrannical; meant" fair." world." by those of good will of

THURS., FR1. SAT. Smathere for ,the in Senate a ipeech debate prepared Smathers Te Take Fleer senator But the appeared speeches of to the be Dixie letting I, all look races to the and obliteration creeds we of may the

Mated his opposition to the bill Smathers was to take the longer, not shorter. Smath real cause of discrimination
and Mid It patel "a terrible floor la the 10th day of the ers' text runs 80 pages and Sen within our present generations,"
dilemma for GIlt who believe Senate debate on a preliminary John G. Tower RTex, also I he said
deeply In all the Implica stag of the civil right fight- ready to speak today was sale Coercion Hit
lions of freedom and who believe the motion to take up the by an aide to have prepared Smathers said bt could point
In the human dignity of tfou .puaedbiU. 100 pages.Smath.ri. Negroes who nave
to many
every American." He I* the 15th southerner to North
Bore la achieved great success "wIth.
'Thi dilemma/ revolved, In make a formal speech out of
the coercion" proposed by
he out
said that was
the final analysis, I believe by the II banded together In the Smathers
the fact that the clvtt Fight against the bitterly controversial born la New Jersey and 10 he the employment provisions of
: right act "
felt ha could look at civil rights this bill.

[*i4IL ; [:: :41's freedom attempt by to" depriving gain one. another man'i Supporters measure.of the bill yesterday problem"We do with not deny some that obJectivity.we have yesterday Principal was Southern Sen. Sam speaker/ Er.
man of hli, he said "becauseIt assailed the long delay in'problem in the South." he said vin Jr., D-N. C., who denounced
clenches the heavy hand of bringing the bin before the Sent .
:- _. 1'Certainly, we do and we are the bill as a "monstrous blueprint
desperately trying to solve those for governmental tyran
I problem ourselves ny."
But great progress has been He declared he could not 1msgine .
mad with respect to schools anything more subversiveof
Negro voting, and In Negro common law principle than
service on Juries he said. provision la the bill which he
"The problem I II the need for laid would enable a federal official .
equal economic opportunity at to hold an employer guilty
an adequate level in )Jobs, housing of an unlawful practice on
Af ;, and schooling," the Florida the basis of what the official believed -
senatorsaid.. was in the employer'smind.
I If Southern Negroes could .
speak to the Congress, he said, The basic principles of com
4i.. they would urge passage of legislation mon law require that a person
I to help them on these be convicted\ only for his acts
question not his thoughts EMs said.

L : Lash Lakeland Reserve Adviser I

.. '+' d lilailt /; 14
,, ; ___ MOW like a PRO I Going To South Viet Nam

'' withPowRPr Sgt Guy r.. Boyd, U. S. Army; adviser to the South Viet Names
mo Adviser at the Lakeland Arm]y Army.
Reserve Center, has been re. Sgt Boyd I* a veteran of
r assigned to duty la Viet Nam a.I World War II and of the Korean
dhc; By Hoha-Eclipa. War. During the Korean
'I conflict he was awarded the
95 Soldier Medal for Heroism by
1 .,
,: 149S Gen. James A. Van Fleet at
t Chungyangnl, Korea la 1992

'I : y i I I I i/ J / : y I I Il 20" SELF PROPELLED Senior In a Army recent Adviser letter from la Lakeland the-

k! ROTARY Sgt Boyd was commended .
.t. + J9w++wxa. d A"* Y devoted duty ." and
rTr tireless dedication to duty, ."
Sgt Boyd also received let.

" \ 1I\ I UUL\A\ First ani commanding ten of commendation general, IV from Array the

dv' ..I, ertfmleaalMwer .a Corps, Birmingham, Ala, during
his 14 month la Lakeland.
: I y IR $ IIi *t ebtmuwll.Vi
Grail Catcher Ostlenol
at 7.ts Posing As 'Man,

J <4 Pretty Refugee

' S Leaves Cuba

; ; Nary Duty SGT. GUY L. BOYD MIAMI (AP) A pretty

i valr For 99 }J J 2 salt for 1799 f 4'3299 tJ r\ CLOTHES atgulerfy/ '.tS E.chPOLES 'Union To Seek Cuba cargo refuge ship by said Mowing dressed yesterday a away* a she man.on fled a

The petit brunette Nellda
t ; nlu 488 Del filer Fernandez II, said
.4 a le Tu .4n. u.a II ,....ry,. ....a II Me-fype i} 7-Hour, 5-Day she was aboard the Lebanese
ai,. Tvb.ty hb.ln6 $ie Tv"-Ty,. Tv .I... ti.. T..fype ,....... Full 2Vi" Pip vessel Touts carrying Greek
f {jo.15 11.9 12.9 f UO.IJ 20." n." t'j '.70.15 39." 4S.99 4Vi Ft. Cress SEE AND COMPARE Work Week crewmen when it left Havana
7.10.1! I4.N 16.9 7.loavs 25." 21.9' 7.10.15 ...... U... t Arm with S last November.In .
k 7.60.iS 17.9 1LN I 7.601115 It." :n." \ 7. oali $6." 63... British Honduras, 'aha was
Line Hooks
7.0.14 ..,...
f 17.99 7.$0.16 n." 7.SOa14 CLEARWATER (AP-Unlon lacovered, the stowaway said
!. 13.N 16.9 f'. {1.00.14:.00.13 m: i t 0.00.14:.00.12 :::: $. ifficlal representing employee but was permitted to continue
.50.12 15.9 UOoIJ 25.9. j UOIIJ ...... J C Abu Reflex In nine plant of Western Electric :- after the ship' captain paid a
4 Al r1an 71w Id.e.l M. AM rk.s ,Iue MOrut.a Aa ...... $"". .......1 M. ;. Perch & Bass Bait Co..say they will press fat fine for her. She said she left
I seven hour day five-day weekto the ship la Jamaica and was
: TACXU SPECIAL compensate for automation. there three months
T Nil Ri6t4P aiwiiR111 1, 9 KM.. Snck Pat KUfe The Western Electric Council She was one of 41 refugees
'.. T. C.tch Sbb On 38' of the AFL-dO International arriving in Miami Tuesday.
brotherhood of Electrical Worker -
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lay to seek a J5-hour work The one-and-a.half million citizens
#170 Garcia rack. of Turkey' .largest city
The council comprised of 11ocais Istanbul, live and work on each
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1 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March II, 1N4 II

I New Concept In M n's- Clothes For 1964 Is ,, The Hercules Look .

By HAL R. COOPER cute Look. cutter for a leading! West End make a man look as much as tlvely narrow upper proportions for a tartorieJ reversat." be If you don't fancy calling It look" will serve Just as well
LONDON (AP) The 1964< In concept, the Idea Is simple. uitery possible like the classical Greek and wide lower portions asks said, "There are some problems the Hercules Look, the editorial Protocol, respectability, Ores
must In styls for men: The Her- Your tailor If hap will accentuate The object he wrote, la to strong man by exploiting his for the cutter to solve suggested, then "virility snob, will henceforward give

WHITE HOUSE BIRTHS the acromial and thoraolal acromial and thoracfal (shoulder MUCH SUNSHINEThe : "However, by means of various theme" or the "look at me place steadily to the more artistic -
at the expense of the ilial and BIGGEST BELL I and chest) areas while climate of Puerto Rico compromises, coupled witha preferences for improved
During the administration of glutealTailor. World biggest bell If the imletng his ilial and min'l attracts 400000 visitors each statement to the customer DIFFERENCEIn physique and visual esthetics,"
Andrew Jackson, three and Cutter, a trade great bell of Moscow, the "Tsar (waist and slstplatz) year, lien the sun shines 360 that the impossible cannot be Norway, the magpie Is a the editorial said There will
HOUN children were born In the,White magazine sometimes called the' Kolokol,' which weight 219 tons Clenshaw acknowledged days a year and temperatures achieved, I manage to get a very tame bird, nesting In gar be In other words, a return to
to the president hostess, bible of the fashionable tailors'It was never rung because an in far too many cases) this It average 78 degrees Fahrenheit, garment which at least does dens even of town houses, that classic look which respectsthe
Emily Donelson. a record todame. explained It all Saturday in an 11-ton piece broke off when it not going to be a downhill pull with only a -degree variation not emphasize the width in the while, In Britain, persecution Ideal shape of the male
article bv W.J. Clenshaw chief'was made When a man of rompers between winter-and summer-seat and hips' areas" _has made this bird shy. torso."

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U LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March II, Wl .
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I 1 t Let's -Play Bridge 1 J JIy

1 PORTLAND, Ore. The open--. ptonshlp now under wf. An Im-
1j i iI : \ Ink of the second session of the I pud nt bid by Shemwoid part 1
j I iI I Men i and Women team ehampionshlpj ner. Ivan Krdos, caused East
In the American Con. to disbelieve the evidence of
tract Bridge League. Sprln I his own eyes
4 National found the first-roun d I East's redouble Wit a doubtful
leaders still In command action: with *" hand suited Ito
With 43 teams entered In the, attack rather than defense '
men'i event, a former New, he would have been wiser to j jI
Yorker, Alfred Sheinwold, wh I bid his spades As It was, North 'I
now llvea in Beverly Hills,, made an attempt at camouflage '
Every year at rh* and .f Hi. lit Quarter end |lust ..*.... w* pinna Into MST rremtidou Air.CMdlrloftha. :*llf., and who was teamed with I by Jumping to two spade

....*, km*** e.d h.* red..1 .karfoUs or. drMrlcaDy rdus4 for quick sal... Harold Culver of Long Beach,, at his next turn, and It succeeded
I / / Calif Ivan Erdoi of loa Angela I sensationally East, naturally
I DON'T MISS YOUR 110 CHANCI TO SAVE!! and Michael Lawreno of Berk auspicious asked South what the
Icy, rolled up 37 out of 58 points bid meant South quit Innocently .
Close behind were Tobia replied that North held
Stone and Edgar Kaplan of New'spades, and East-West never
The MAGIC and Marvel' York City and Norman Kay 01 f succeeded In bidding spades
Philadelphia and Sidney of Phil NORTH
Others adelphla and Sidney Lazard 01
II HOLLER I IIII New Orleans, Among four teams (
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MODES points was the squad that In
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'i at the two teams of experts moved 41711K
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I $ The first-session leaders, Mrs. 4 3 4Q37SOUTH
COMPARE tiniestprice Howard Schenken, New York (D)

87 City, Mr, ,Charles Solomon, A V J 17 10 U
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Banquets or Snacks In second place. play skillfully to make his contract -

best! -- Fifty-six teams entered the: after this helpful opening.
TWO-POSITION SHELVES at their delicious contest for the Vanderbilt Trophy -,He won the first trick In dum
that began last night The my and ran the diamond nine.
CALROD importance of this event Is enhanced lilt lost to the Jack, but it was
77 POUND FROZ. STORAGE $13 7 J by the fact that the win- then too late for the defense to
ers and runners-up will qualifyfor establish club tricks South had
Porcelain Crisper Heating Units! the International team trials the trump entries he needed to ,
at Dallas next November Inwhich ruff out West diamond ace 'i
ALL TIME LOW LOW An amazing the 1985 North American and discard both club .loser I
International Team will bechosen. from dummy. I
TYREE'S PRICE!!! 'TRr''i rrle. acv.oualn.d. Yo. Yonl Tr.d. fop quality/ The contract was thus made :
p Psychic bids are rare In topflight while Shelnwold teammates :(
feature of this competition, but one succeeded bid and made five spadei onthe 11
GREAT! In the deal shown, which opposite cards when the j
HotpointRANGE II from the men'* team cham 'board was replayed. '

with Full SizeOVEN Low; L $118 Astronauts Getting 1

$1 DOs Price!

Geological BriefingBy J
end hundreds of dollars

during this fantastic NO 1I ,
MAX B. SKELTON "The National Academy of
AUTOMATIC Quality Fettureet..T.ry HOUSTON, Tex, (AP) No Science la cooperating with
HOHEY DOWN w.,1 nUl's wltlll petroleum geologists will,JM NASA In establishing criteria for
....oIlne" tro'" prlet ..... 'MlftOf'el among the first Americans wand selection" of astronaut sclentlits -
on the moon but the na the agency said,
j -r" tlon's astronaut team I I. receiving S Landings Staffed

+I-otpoinJ: sciences basic, training In earth Such trainees, however, prob-
MN.1 ably would not reach the moon
The astronauts are belnj i until 1970 or later.
trained to be rather particular Donald K Slayton, coordinator
I l 'I' i about the lunar samples they of astronaut affairs, has said
-: e TERMS bring back to earth. that the space agency now has
p ( The 29 astronaut are receiving sufficient manpower to carry
special Instruction from United States objectives through
AI LOW AI throe geologists Including twospecialists a third lunar landing
\t1 _- Perk up in petrology The The special classroom Instruc-
> US Geological Survey Is cooperating -!tion received by the 29 astronauts t
$125 \ with i the special has emphasized the principles .
pretty ladies! project. of terrestrial and lunar
The[ space team completedfield I geology and the elements of min-
FAN-TABULOUS! trips last week to Arizona eralogy and petrology
Here help per wk. Grand Canyon to Inspect geologic The terrestrial and lunar
formation millions ofyears geology phases have been supervised .
STEREO-PHONO old. by Dr. E. Dale Jackson -
for yourwashday of the Geological Survey
U Pounds Planned Branch of Astrogeology '

.* FM-AM Radio Petroleum, of course, does notfiaur. Handling the mineralogy and
prominently In plans for petrology phase are three geologists
the lunar explorations, but officiate attached to the spacecraft
4 Powerful want the astronauts to center* Lunar Surface
know enough geology to be able Technology Branch They are
,w4 to quickly discard rocks and Dr. Ted H. Foss. 29, Chicago.Uel .
NO ." specimens that would have nd / S. Clanton, 32, Fort Worth.
MONEY DOWN In a true and tovelyTYREErS scientific significance Tex, and Elbert A King Jr..
Austin, Tex.
EASY TERMS CONSOLE CABINET! Current lunar plan team to call bring for back theInitial FOIl Is a specialist In volcanic
petrology. King specializes In
about 80 pounds of rocks and
mineral petrology Clanton
officials want to gain :
1 from these specimen as much :specializes in clay mineralogyand
MONEY CAN'T BUY about theorigin lunar aeology.Demos.
knowledge as possible
and history of the moon.

Better Quality i ALL at one $8 7 Geology: In efforts has figured by some prominently scientific -- Plan

group to persuade the National -
$127 1
Aeronautics and Space Irish Party
Bigger Loads ministration to hive scientists .
participate In the earlylunar
LOW Price missions of Project Apollo. For FundsWASHINGTON
at a lower price! HO trade needed! One prominent scientist with

nltRR'1 ...1111.. v4. ,rIIII the civilian space agency was Led by
acvN Ter Yon quoted recently a* saying he that eminent Hibernian LyndonB.
thought It would be a good Idea Johnson, Democratic legion
.. AUTOMATIC SEE MAGNAVOX Curtis Mathes to have a geologist on an early gather tonight for an 'Irish
AND GUARANTEED Apollo flight He later denied party' calculated to fatten the
the statement, however, and It party s campaign war cheat by
and more NATIONALLY FAMOUS BRANDS was quit obvious the report had (500000( .
SERVICE PARTS 1 YEAR upset top official at the manned President Johnson prepared
at TYREE'S terrific savings prices! spacecraft center, the training for the $100-a-plate dinner, a
FREE O J base for astronauts speech expected to set the tone
COAXIAL Scientist Not Selected for the coming campaign to
5 Year Guarantee t TRANSMISSION keep the Democrats In office.
There had been some speculation The theme of the dinner was
a scientist would be among 'til-green. The hug National
the third group of astronauts I Guard Armory drill shed was'estooned
selected last Oct. 18 but M Jetpilots with hundreds of
wen selected yards of green decor, Inter-
The speculation had been I ipersed with harps Even the
I tickets, for which the
prompted 1 by an earlier an- faithful
SHOP GUARANTEED SERVICE nouncement the space agency I shelled out the long green, were
had Initiated discussions with I printed In green
1:30.5JO: : on all mates I models the nation scientific Class Of -M Honored
ty on methods for commun-I I Why the Irish motif two day
FRIDAY of nrLAKELAND and APPLIANCES! earliest practicable ways In,.after St. Patrick Day? A Democratle .
1:30-9 ',M. --v scientists can be Included'' party official explainedthat
ill the Apollo mission SI Patrick Day has expanded -
Space officials met this speculation -I Itself-that the whole
HOME APPLIANCE' Oct. 18 by announcing that'week la Irish week. It was also
a fourth group of trainee to be jointed out that Johnson in a
selected In the fall of 1965 like- New York speech Tuesday, proclaimed
228 S. FLORIDA AVE. Finest Service Anywhere Iy will Include: some scientists IIy OSnVMIS himself"' "an Irishman.

The dinner I II In honor of the
The 1,883,000 resident of Honduras .
: ;r : f),',' .... s ... .. occupy an area slightlylarger That congressional i*, men who"class first of got 1936.elected "

i rJ ,:.':\'" ,71'aViy ay "T,;..<,) 't Yv"t.: f .***.."'V ,: 1 ace:.; r f... I. I ; : < ." than Tennessee. Honduras In the Democratic sweep of
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1De\ Gaulle Winds Up Mexican Visit Into Aero-Space- Medicine I i} : yN

r Dr. Wallace W. Coyner an Intern to Florida to practice after his
MEXICO CITY .W new Image of France as a big such exchangee "..In ble for at Lakeland General Hose tour of duty with the Air Force r.Jr"
., dent Charles de Gaulle n .J| } : of Latin America. their mutual benefIt. l>ltal, was sworn Into the Air .. .
The French president and his Schedule Force and will
Full yesterday go U. S. To Send
were to leave by plane at Into Medical Training :
for the French Caribbean De Gaulle arrived Monday by In June. \ yk
of Guadeloupe. After via jet to an enthuelaetle( welcome. Food, CattleTo .., .
ACCEPTANCE'a to Cayenne, French Guiana, Despite his 73 years, he carriedout Dr. Coyner, the fourth Intern '"
Martinique they return to a schedule much youngermen I From Lakeland General to go India \
March 23. might have found enhaust- I Into the aerospace medical pro-
Ing. tram. !If a graduate! .of.the_School WASHINGTON (AP) The -
New Formulas PledgedIn or medicine 01 me university 01 United States ll sending 46,00
I Wednesday 0,000 shoving.
a joint communique signed cheering students gave De Oklahoma, and a graduate of ton of wheat and livestocl
with Mexican President Adolfo Gaulle\ such a boisterous welcome Moore Haven High School in feed. to northwest India, whe
CORPORATION Lope Mateos Wednesday night, to the National University Moore Haven. 500,000 persons are reported slut
Of De Gaulle pledged France that police were alarmed. But Wife It Nurse fering from famine.
would work at the U.N. Trade no one was hurt and Da Gaulle, The Intern'i wife, Mn. Paula The Agency for Internationa 1 1t
COMPARE THESE LOW LOW PAYMkNTS Conference in Geneva next week sweating profusely, made it Into Coyner, li a trained graduatenurse Development announced the gif'
CASH. 2. CASH 15 CASH 12Yo. for "new formulas" that wouldpay he packed university auditor- and an active staff nurse Wednesday night It Is valuec ir
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Latin America better prices turn for a speech. at Lakeland General Hospital at 14 million under the food foi
$ISSSIt00 .
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for Its raw materials and manufactured In June, Dr Coyner will go to peace program.
Steoo S25oe.
__,_ products. Chl'In Shi Huang TI, who unit- the Aero-Space school at Brooks
P.tnLOANS CARL 1 WHARTOM I The two presidents also'ed China In the third century Air Force Base In Texas for a Manx ass called .
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217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-JUI Latin America and the European :north and thus built the main examiner. more valuable than the 'e
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'Aunty BBC Sheds

Prim Ways, Causes

Eyebrow Lifting

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Associated Press Writer on physiological allu\
LONDON (AP) They usedto sions.
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nowadays she seems to be getting sex led one critic to ask "hai
a shade too sassy for some the BBC just discovered that If
S or wople's comfort. exists?"
The British l Broadcasting An opportunity to bring new
Corp. has been treating sex witha influence to bear on the BBC
frankness and frivolity that 10 arises now with the necessityof
years ago would have been unthinkable appointing a new chairmanof
Some of her excursions the board of governors. The
into political satire have previous chairman, Sir Arthur
a r- i[ : QUALITY made statesmen squirm. FForde retired in January because .
BBC controls all British and of ill health.
DISCOUNT half the country's television. In The new chairman may have
addition It broadcasts news and wider powers, adequate for exercising .
'i commentaries abroad in 41 lan- some control over the
ouages. Its staff numbers nearly director general

f e' 20,000.Though financed by govern Civil Rights
ment-collected revenue to the!
tune of more than $100 milliona I Work PromisedBy
year, BBC's autonomy makesit
difficult for politicians to 1m Governor
pose any direct control I
Its charter requires that BBC LOUISVILLE, Ky. AP-Cov..
observe strict Impartiality Ic Edward T. Breithltt said ha

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:! the BBC were mercilessly made on a televised show her

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LBJ's, Vic tory: Formula: Be Pleasant At Home Tough Abroad Thursday LAKELAND March II,LEDGER IM4 IS

By Yemen Castle, famous dancer,
A..oclatea''nt.. Newt AnalystWAWWOTON In the long run all this Is good I President Kennedy was' an extremely Whether or not Oils is John Southern whites may get mad stiff with Premier Khrushchev, concessions under pressure.Johnson was killed In a plan accident
Ifwlerslilp or Just accommoda. cautious son's feeling his natural caution about civil rights but there In Texas, where he was Instruct-
executive too may wasn't under crisis
(AP) The lion to hardly an unpopular performance any
public mood remeinses. to or his experienced politi- not be much heat on the rest, file British pilots during World
with about Panama but be
pattern ot Lyndon B. Johnson's M .. some early exceptionslike In this country. Even In the War I.
cal policy, he has sought publicapproval particularly since Congress may leaned over backward to avoid
presidency' in 1964 is now pretty Nomination Looks CertainAs backing the disastrous invasion step by step from the not act on them this year. dispute with little Panama, any appearance of concedinganything.

clear. The pattern Includes of now Johnson who succeeded of Cuba and his fightwith beginning. For Instance: His big Johnson has been proper but Johnson has managed to de- .

preparation for the supreme test to the presidency without the steelmakers. emphasis on economy. I prive Republicans of much to His chances for big mistakesare PUBLIC NOTICE
It has been
of hit life election to the presidency winning it, seems certain of nedy was cautious reported because that,Ken-du That was popular and at thee Exile criticize. far greater In foreign af- In the peso err ,.11c v kos ooonre
on his own. the Democratic nomination. same time undercut the RepubIIcans' Leader airs than domestic His 1 ekes' .. TiMtoteys ref! troy
This 1* It: At home be cautious -I Would.be Republican to his hair-thin victory in 1960, old criticism that Democrats They warn against making onee. Oft es S.....,. tHoetlvo
experience was all domestic, not
he felt he lacked full .
mandate ,. _
; seek the broadest candidates trail him were biff spenders although Merck II. 164 wo will
publicI foreign Understanding! American
and the people. That wasn't Says Against this **Ucy. Wo will slur epee
appeal Eisenhower
approval poll. President
; five 1 much excuse for falling to push I Rogers Names politics Is not the same as .. TMitoy ."* slap M Sunoor. -
the critics ammunition; be Thanks to his tactics, their some of his programs harder. went In the red more than once. sensitivity to other peoples.For I .
plain humble and homey. criticism of him has Then Johnson followed his Cuba
been welk.1 His election was a full mandate BrewingMIAMI Instance: While Johnson
Abroad: Be nice pleasant, but Mostly they've been thrashing' no matter how slim his preachment by offering a $98.8- His Campaign may have seemed pleasantly JUSTICE

stiff.He around among themselves. It victory. If this was truly Kennedy's billion budget leas than Kenne (AP) Anti-Cantro firm and unbending to Americans 98 AUTO PARTS
showed what he was aimIng -,may be different dy's last year, and even got publicity .. ,
at In a recent Interview next summer feeling, Johnson by the about his economymindedness revolutionary leader Manuel Ar- Managers on Panama, he angered, a IuaT.a e.eai.ewer
when Republicans pick their same reasoning could claim the time Latin by the he so r.seS
when he said he wants to be a"people'e candidate and the by turning out the White says war against Cuba'scommunist :.rlcan. way pesos mu a-rio
campaign begins. right! to even more caution. liewasn't regime Is brewing. handled I
president" Whether House lights Hamp Rogers, candidate for .
elected. -- -- -- -- -- -
Now he's following! up by asking and that "we will kill for love. sheriff of Polk County has :;
Artime. leader
of the 111-
far less than Kennedy for a named two Lakeland area businessmen !
fated 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion,
foreign aid a program always to manage his campaign ,;
told an exile meeting Wednesday
under criticism. Last year Ken- for office.i
nedy asked $4.9 billion. Johnson that the war "will not be The candidate named C. W.
Is asking only $3.4 billion. against a single nan not for (Dub) Palmore Jr. as county BEXEL VITAMIN
hatred, but against a I
Last year Congress, after system chairman Palmore Is presl
whittling, permitted exactly $3.4 that of Communism. dent of the Lakeland Equipment;I

billion, including $400 million In The doctrine of that system Co, Inc.As /2
carryover money. So Johnson Is Anima said Is one of hatred treasurer of the campaign, PRICESALE
IN,. I d not asking a dime more Republicans "Our war will be to eliminate Rogers named W. A. (Bill) Wilson '
f M and the economy-minded that hatred," he explained. a retired businessman and ON ECONOMY SIZES
can't find much to criticize I He said he could not disclosehis resident of the Combee area
there unless they want to abolish strategy but Indicated guerrilla near Lakeland.D. raININODUS SAYINGS DN OTHER SIZES
foreign aid. warfare and Infiltration H. Bullock, a former dispatcher
Johnson has cultivated both rather than another large scale with the Winter Haven COPPER GLOW BEVERAGE SET OFFER...
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enterprise, offered an antipoverty "Our forces are south of the as campaign co-ordinator., MCKESSON BEXEL VITA-RAMA ATI
program, backed civil rights, Rio Grande" said Artime. The

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S-411: Lola D., aged
28, li a civic-minded Arizona
I housewife GOOD THRU
j "Dr. Crane," she began, "I
have known Senator Goldwaterand '
t I his family SUNDAY
for several
viously a Gold-
water fan. AndI I 1' '110
I don't mind '$l 00 DOWN 1.1.'m"'tTT.nii,,,
the fact that .s SOUTHGATE MU M15$ DOWNTOWN MU 2-7756
others may be
equally partialto

candidates their own Restaurant' r FOAM COOLER CHEST

"But what
Irritates me Is DRCRANE Featuring new
the fact that he Is falsely accused safety griphan- ,
of many things.
"For example, by Innuendoand THURS. fEATURE DINNER 11.. P.M. dies Perfect -4 I-
gossip, he Is charged with CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS for picnics. : '. .
being hostile to Negroes. 'rath Juii P..s, Colo Stew, QQHoe beachei boat
2or *
"Yet here in Phoenix he Coils' Suitor I
.f lnt ,.toml! Horvoitor C ., .nd OuiHIm iMomohoiiol Truck in
AT OPEN HOUSE-Oftlcioli and Tractor C., IIK, was prwtnr this weak n the Qullltait firm hiM opoii kouM In 'Hi MW $125.- gating our public schools FILLET OF BLUE FISH Vale. '. ,.. 1
.. .. and U. S. Hloliwoy 91. Pictured loft t. "And he has colored 28 t. :
000 building on Tuc. Sir lit "w..n North Florid A "ut employed : + . ,
right ..., J. W. Norris' ,.1.. manager from Atlanta, Ci; C. I. Qullhoii, ,r.,!i..t of Qullllon Truck folks In his business firm Tartar Souco, ,:.,Vofttoblot. All YM Coo Hot let Hold O7 OQMuHim < ,
end Tractor Co.I H. G. Coffmon, loutriim r.(ionol manager, firm oiiipmont ,.1.., of Chicoio and for many years.
H. '!. Nickolh, district manager_of Infomolioral Horvoitor, Atlanta Go Lorfgor Photo ty Ptrkint "So why do his enemies SAT. FEATURE DINNER 11-1 PM 1.99
engage In such malicious falsehoods BAKED STUFFED PORK CHOP

Ethiopia on the northeast eignty It Is ruled by Haile I Between 1871 and 1914, the ?" Snowflake PototMi, *7 9Complete -
I shoulder of Africa, boasts a lassie I, emperor of se-j(Kimberley Mine yielded 14,504; if Apple SOMO '.

3,000-year tradition_of _sover..elect I _of God, king_of_kings 375 carats.of diamonds.EASTER SUCH MALICIOUS gossip
-- -- --- ---- :;; belongs In the "ad hominem"fallacy
When your opponents can't ,; SPRING
SHOES refute you logically, then they GREETING
may Indulge In whispering +, k adults CUSHION
campaigns and villificatlon. and children. Color- EASTER
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY They try to belittle your 1 > webbing and sturdy 1llhtJJ CAR
personal prestige as a "red aluminum tubing.

SAVE 30% TO 70% their herring"Inability from device your to to refute distract logic your and attention SEAT CARDSContoured

sound arguments.And CHAISE
I can personally testify
to this ad hominem attack, for \

ONE GROUP OF MEN'S SRGP I have also been subjected for seat belts.Comfortable 144
to it for over 25 years. 5cup
599 I
FOR "That Awful Doctor Crane" : 7.95 Value
people will exclaim, probably I 1.98 Value
EASTER because I have stepped on a
few pet corns by telling women I
LOAFERS OXFORDS they are 50% to blame for
divorce because of their sexual INSULATED PICNIC BAGTherm
sins of omission. I ELECTRIC
VALUES A. ] "Doctor Crane Is e quack,"
many of my psychological colleagues Charcoal ff Freif nipplebs
;d 3 UP TO try to Imply, it not I' t. keep feet hat a*
openly state
$10.95 Lighter 4 cold. M.d..i Icffpree'.It.r
AND WHEN my sons were vacationing Militant vtayl.
Mod.by Pam.wChr..aloe
in Florida for a week '
BROWNSTWOTONES with the college trek to Fort
Lauderdale and other beautiful a Odors 149
if 4 PLAIN end resort cities, Daniel met t a ps. 1 Gallon
SIZES MOC TOES couple of coeds from the University Saf. Pitcher Decanter 1.98 Value
tt 11 H..., l with
TO CHOOSE MOM He had his name In one hsei.a.
of the textbooks he happenedto 3.15 I 88
have on the beach with him, Value 0 77SUN

TIUM.TIlEDA LADIES' DRESS NATURAL1ZER SHOES BY QUEEN QUALITY so if he one was of related the coeds to Dr asked Crane him, I DRISTAN 72'e

whose column she read in the I l.ltSiieMIST
i Also Other Famous Nome Brands Miami Herald 1 See ..........

BONES WHITE PATENTS Daniel parried her query by i HELMET
asking "What Dr. Crane Is I
that? 83clettla
"Oh, he's a sex maniac," !
I the coed glibly informed him. t+ Feather light of 100's 1.2S SliePREPARATION .......
699 899 "And my psychology prof at ; i Adjustable to any
the university says he is a head size
I quack and not a doctor at all I" f H .62e
TO To which Daniel casually
SOLD FOR 10.95 replied: 99' Ointment f|e Slit .. ..
16.95 A PAIR. I \
"Oh, I believe I've seen Dr.
< SIZES 4 TO 10 Crane's column In papers up 1.50 Value
AAA TO B WIDTHS North but I understood he TABLETS! J.7
was a Northwestern University
psycbologlst and also an forth ef 100'i $ Sin .......

GIRLS'TENNIS "No, he Isn't," the coed replied
"He is not I psychologist POWDER 68
"SMtr and does NOT have Ft. Length
M.D. degree }, 4V e.Ca..1.13SIne.....,...
"That's odd" Daniel replied, c
"for some of my classmates 9 O. OLD SPICE
266 366 '
say they have studied his text. tJ 7 6
book in their
199 classes. psychology 1.98 Value After Shove lotion US Si! ...

"And I have seen an M D. I
466Multi degree linked with his name
over his column, so are you II
Colon sure he Is a quack?" NEW DELUXE FOLDING SUN COT
w Values "Oh, yes Indeed," the coed
Strl,.. h yellew to 9.95 glibly replied, "for my pay. HAIR DRYER -...
blue' pink. chology professor tells us so, I ,F .dry e".'__. N'.
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eor+n wNIT.a alias ease a "141
Sim 4-B, IVi-UVi /usTot.s .saes uuu .a and there Isn't a week that I t' a e waf.a.aa '. .-..I.....ft..._

,., MowN LOACorL WL paper passes some of columns that Dr.he doesn't.Crane's" ridicule news .La.WNN.M.-..-....fI.._wNoa .rnrtnv sl....u5-..........rF' .... raw.-.frowaa ....,........


POLL PARROT & "SCAMPEROOS" Woman Almost 14.fS Value 8.99 7.99 IIVALUI

Serves On Jury !

399 & Trying Husband

\ 499/ OROVILIE, Ctlif. (AP- r.
'asked the
o LOAFERS 20-member Jury panelit MARE YOU SIIVIMe .
I V.
any of them knew the defendant. IASIIII
STRAPS I-C I .a h. hN .... NunM to" lor .
C Green raised
Lynn 1.50 VALUI ...d. p QI.rfat INrat iiai
I PUMPS V her hand. e."sos,....*.._MM. 4
a WHITIJ-ILACK.IROWN '. I judge"What. relation? asked, the 97CSupexUie 11.1.Ve1N.

\ I "1 am his wife," Mrs. Green 12.88t
I Later a Jury was selected It
DRESS and convicted Nathan F. Green, 34,
WELLINGTON WORK BOOTS on a drunken driving charge.

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Food Store I
0 Value 14.95 to 19.95aSTitl'TOI i Keep IRONING '
ATHENS Ga. (AP-Grocery. hot or
Sinn *-'* man Ed Booth plans to open as cold BOARD s
SOLES Narrow, Mad. asd usual today despite a gaping extra + Full-sized
IIATHIR SOLES hole In the wall caused Adjustable with
WMo WWthtNtOPRINl I by a long ar pillow to give
a CORK SOLES runaway 50-ton Army link.. for 11 positions. extra
I The tank, en route to a nearby *
training site i Wednesday, 69 war 399 at the beach, etc. Z9
SERVICE SHOE STORE I I naught fire and was abandoned 1.91 Value iJU
SELF Ion a steep hill. Its brakes failed
,and backward it rolled, knock
U. S. 91 ACROSS FROM PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL 'lion Ing Booth's store ort its founda

OPEN WT- r.M. I Booth had taken Wednesday I
9:30 A.M. 9 P.M. SUN. 10 A.M. PJA. one was In the building when OR t EAT ANY LOCAL CURRENT PRICE OK ANY IDENTICAL HIM PLUS GIVE YOU Frtt SftH StvuniisI'OIi'
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African I Project Gemini Named For Stars I

irvanfsSESBURG By HOWARD BENEDICTAP Space Administration will watch vehicle Is to be fired on i brief manager, reported the first astronaut -

rail Aerospace Writer closely to see how well Titan 2 up-and-down course, parachut- ttpet will be relatively
South Afoot r CAPE KENNEDY (AP) makes the traneWoi from thisatlon's big Into the Atlantic Ocean several abort probably only three orWti -
white families in : -Project Gemini the United hundred miles southeast of tasting about five hours.
Africa have at least one x z.t N States' next msn-ln-ipace program most powerful military Cape Kennedy. A "mechanical "V .n works well we will
aa servant Johannesburg's Is named for a constellation rocket to a role u a manned man" will be aboard to sinew build up the program rapidly
i households use 76.000 doc with twin bright stars, space booster late1 oxygen consumption and after that," he said.
: servants- about 45,000 of Castor and Pollux. Short Flight Set output of carbon dIoxide. Beginning in toes, length of
male.y By year's end, twin American Success of this mission would the flights will be Increased to
of the whites had black astronauts may ride into space The first full-scale Gemini open the way for a launching a week and then two weeks togather
aces as children, and they together In the Gemini spacecraft spacecraft will be flown on the November or December of the data on the pilots' reaction
(Inclined to say something second unmanned tent flight tint manned Gemini.Charles to extended space weightlessness
,"I understand the African. Eventually, Gemini astronauts scheduled_ .. ..for midsummer__..' The Matthews, project. ) -- .
r up with him and I know will stay In orbit up to 1.u : .
1'llIIlde out"rabies two weeks, join their craft with

t Disputes Claim other orbiting satellites and step) '
outside to what It's 1A1 Vq
necessarily true, says aet more than I' miles above ::1 G
t Issued by the city to ad- earth. The flights will practice Q4 FROM i
t whites how to behave with techniques necessary for rocketing I to t
a.Ils. men to the moon and
white women: planets. I''

er appear before male Whether the Gemini space-
a servants In a state oflResa. men will meet a first flight I

This never happens insociety" deadline In 1964 depends on results
SWEET MUSIC -T.kUs Ht hi thin te4w .eeR' torn "The Curious $.>....' to he prmntritMiskl of two unmanned launch- ;
and lose pad tomtmw ,,'.hI .y the Clew .f l"4 ef UktltiiJ tmlor Hi.k Sch"l, ..., ham Hit It.., logs. The first I Is scheduled: late I
er get angry dig. Kirk Quilllm, AkWe Dtttt, Sh."" ." Smith .*< Aim Smith Tin ,!Ie? will W ,mii"4 .t the this month or early April from
Never let children speak t clly .""ltwllI.... bthmbif" at I e'cUck. Cape Kennedy.
irvants in anything but a
manner.Is Dummy In Test

suggested that the AM- Lakeland High Class Of 1964 The Initial night win attemptto

{retains his own teachings hurl a dummy model of the
customs, no matter If he Is Gemini capsule Into orbit It

vitas In a predominantly white At will tell engineers many things: I
upping ,Opens Play City Auditorium the structural compatibilityof

African males, who the spacecraft and booster,I

kt have been tribal warriors The Class of 1964 of Lakeland Belle Jim Cox Samuel tickets Teresa temperatures and pressures
T Lilly ; ; Snapp, ushers; combination
which will affect the
Ethan 100 years ago, otter High School will present its Jim Valentine, Titus Kirk Qull-] Tommy Ginn, concessions; Mike of the guidance
t: being ordered around by performance
class play, "The Curious Savage Burdette and Willis Edenfield,,
lien Hannibal Sherman Titan 2's abilIty
Smith and -
; ,
i housewives.Mf "
tonight and tomorrow box office; and Andy Pierce and
:> their tribal setting theylasald night at S o'clock at the city Jeff; Alma Smith, .Flor'nce1 John Scott, lighting. to place. a payload In a precise ar ',a YJ
not dream of complying auditorium.The Susan Upshaw. Fairy; Claire orbit.The
t'naked to make beds, wash or cast includes Connie Kummer, Miss Paddy. National( Aeronautics and

[>_: women's underclothing oregrsb Sheasby, Miss Willie; Ray Haas, Rest Home Scene IntegrationistWrites I .
soiled linen. That Is rded Dr. Emmett; Abby Doggett
as women's work. Mrs. Savage: Jill Enertsen. The, play takes place In a PlayNEW Evangelist B. Margharatta, MRnHING SHOWN
private rest home where Mrs. tones of Philadelphia wilt conduct
Nicknames DlsesangedApotber Savage has been placed by her YORK (AP) James Holy Week Services at the[ A Lo.288lo"
: tip Is not to use com' Beef Hassle three greedy children Samuel, Baldwin, novelist, essayist and Bethel A.ME. Church. Dakota,
names like "Mary' or Titus and Lilly Belle. militant spokesman for racial Avenue and First Street, PI'
n" for just any African ThesMtOcan's Holds Woes Miss Hazel Haley Is the play integration, has become a playwright ng Sunday, the Rev. 8 PIECES COMPLETE "si wM."tie"a.
attitude Is: "I have i director with Richard Pace, Chandler pastor, Itart'l
like anybody else, use It." stage manager; Richard Los- A cast headed by Rip Tom day.
lilies also cling to the habit ofwiling For Demos son, head of the technical crew; and Pat Mingle began rehear Services will start at N.r'i*. !!' .V1'1'' ". Meeeel styled, Mtr H ...." inhibit" <**k..... with I h..", .
African and Janet Collins, in charge or sals at the ANTA theater In o'clock each night through wrfeht i..... lMh Mt IVi qt. ..IIC.,.,. with lid 2 qe. a.acee.e with IN 2 sat.
"** handle . .:
) fTST'JT"i! lOtthKhfryMH. C ef. Dm .vm wttk IM M Mi
New York Easter Sunday.The
alter( and women "boy" and By JACK BELL properties. Tuesday on (... skllM.OMH .
|W.I ... WASHINGTON (AP>-Caughtn Other staff heads are SheriU win's work, "Blues for Charlie
Tie booklet advises whites not the squeeze of International Rutty, assistant stage man ." Seminole Indians never I
ager; Sue Hayes, wardrobe Baldwin told a reporter the signed a peace treaty with the
' ,trade negotiations, the Johnson ;
|BB pay "living accommodation In" servants (who and administration may be stockpiling Denette McConnell, make up; play Is "the reconstruction of a United States, but they did make I ACCOUNT 122 r. Main St.
gaet food some election troubles by re- Beth Fields, program: Connie 1 crime the murder of a Negro official peace with the TOIMY' Ph. aaa-3soa
oIIItIlnl! ) less than the equtvaof governI
Berg, publicity; Donna Walker, boy la a Southern town." went In the IMOe.
; |2Q t month. The book- slating legislation to cut meat -- --- .: :.-
; says the minimum wage on imports.I .

"i exist an African is about family$67 a of month five I,Western Republicans prairies contend are that on fire the NITE & DAY TV

''e adds "regrettably very fewlieu with protests of cattle and sheep ZENITH
raisers. Sen. Roman U Hruska.
earn this amount, even PAIR SALE!
both parents are work-;R-Neb., contends some cattlemen 1st ANNUAL
., I are "going broke"' becauseof
boosted Imports of beef, veal .
L la pawing along It* advice to under I! UefctwilflhtCswpocl Ire + ,'/
and mutton voluntary
bites the booklet says racial"Sloll 'agreements with Australia and I Ie BUY TWO AND SAVE $$$
In South Africa can be New Zealand.

I Irth awed* human If whites relationship pay attention factor,"to Proposals Show Concern Itf H" terse a '+ All ,New G3 & 96
That there b Democratic cone -
.'Nlth their servants. J
oern-over matter was demonstrated 17,500 volts
by the action of Senate pktvre sewerAetematcMfrlitae
Free Souyenir For Every Shopper
majority leader Mike Mansfield CURTIS '
USF Open of Montana fai proposing ? ;

quotas which would limit such ,lock" elrtult ry a.rH.
PlanetariumNext imports to the average of 1959- .
63 base period. Mansfield
seeking re-election In' Novem Bg

WeekTAMPA MM till
ber.Thus far testimony in supportof 23"COLOR

The new University quotas of one kind or another 23" Console ': ,
23" Console ; :.
the Senate Big -
of South Florida Planetarium has been taken by "
will open next week with Finance Committee front North 7"x5" Speaker Tre.sfonner'p.wer.d. I I ', :

three special evening programs Dakota South Dakota, Iowa, ,, 21,000 Volts Picture MW elite cheiili r. _i. ;j

for Tampa area science teach Montana Idaho Nebraska Colorado Vermont., Wyoming Vie Power Big plctmfslllngpower ; : ','. < ,II .. TV. ,
Die I
ers.Dr. Inla, Oklahoma and Hawaii i Spotlit. '
whose firm :
.Annand Spitz, Hruaka and Secretary of '
Is the world's largest producerof Agriculture Orville L. Freeman Hardboard cabins .. ,
projection planetarium, and : Plus .
got into a shouting match about ....um
USF President John S. Allen lesstiful itrllai 41S.11C
Tuesday 3438UY
the matter in a bearing {
will present the opening-week
before a Senate Appropriations centrals!
Up-fr nt
programs to explain the UM of subcommittee. BOTH AS LOW AS
the Planetarium aa a teaching he Is 61 ,
Freeman testified that MW.I I4C14 || eA
device, opposed to any legislation to 23"i! i I :'DarConsolette
The two nice will explain to place quotas on meat imports
elementary and secondary school He said the United States should ZENITH 19" Portable ,.
teachers how the USF Planetarium wait to see If voluntary agreements CLOCK.RADIOS .
can be used to supplement with Australia and,New "Hew Vlita"
classroom teaching In many Zealand don't strengthen domestic Prices Start SO/195 f WORE PEOPtii timer
areas of science, such as biology meat pekes.Preductios As Low As w_ VIR 0.t-frsnt cenlreli
. physics, and earth science. Blamed ON THAII a Great pulllnyptWH1 Both
The teachers will also receive The secretary contended that ANV OTHER KIND.,
Information on how they can only IS per cent of the decline BLACK AND WH
I (
bring their classes for Planetarium in prices paid to cattle raiserswas MOTOROLA OR COLOR $46197
programs. caused by imports. He said I $ 4 3
The opening programs win be 8S per cent could be attributed 3 152-I36
presented Monday Wednesday to an Increase In domestic pro I 23" CONSOLE I M4tl .W-.MY
and Thursday. duction. He promised to review WeekKELVINATOR per weak
Beginning March 30, Plane the situation again next year. I WITH SWIVEL IASE
tarium curator Joseph Carr Hraska said the cattletmw
e Frame Grid Tuner
plans to schedule as many as can't wait II i
four presentations daily for "The patience of those people' 5'/iw 7/a" Speaker '
teachers to bring their students directly Involved who will be'I KELVINATOR
to the new science facility. In broke and bankrupt, will runout Tinted niter Gloss I
addition to the presentations and they will say "You have'!
scheduled for students, public to legislate' he declared. ,! Power M Chassis (Color No Extra)

programs will be offered Tuesday Freeman broke in to say that Automatic Washer
and Thursday evenings beginning the Nebraska Republican, who Deluxe 30"
March 31. Carr said Is seeking reelection his year,1 Me1.l23KI5
( Speed
that any group of 20 or more was making "a campalpl.peecJI. t'f Electric Range
persons may make reservationsto ." I e 19" Portable
come to the Planetarium the "I resent that very much" I tvrWItat washing' trlmbif fits I. like a buIU-lii
e Power M Chassis ,
two evenings. The evening programs Hrmka fired back. "This la not! ttle.....Hierevh
will begin at 7:30 and a political speech. That Is the 4" Golden Voice i sod gentle Appliance enlistSlenel /

run about one hour. I west"feeling of the people of the MJd..1 r Speaker i I. lights

Freeman retorted that h& '. Freer Mounted wok
I 'a 0'w" a Lift.." tfserRM2f
Driver Loses knew a political speech when h* Medal lTi Controls s MM
heard one because "I make
of them." I
Gasoline Tank Unblemished Record Sought I BUY BOTH Kw.4o

Unmentioned In this exchange $318FOR No Frost e I
was the fact that the Johnson Electric
From Auto administration is trying to keep ONLY 2-Dr. Refrigerator
ill record clear of quota restrictions e Aetemetfc time cycleSefe :,
,-y" lisle Wcrrmty
MIAMI BEACH.-Tbe, when It goes Into tntena-I e temseratvrtSefe
rented sedan driven by Guy tional negotiations In cylinder BUY THE PAIR
V. Whither Jr. of Newberry mid-May seeking to get the' C Safety seer ,
S.C. stalled hi the driveway of European Common Market tol MOTOROLA (
a Miami Beach hotel. lower some of its barrenagainst y
Whitner checked the gas American farm prod CLOCK-RADIO 6 $27 ? I
gauge. EmptylHotel ucts.A measure of success la such Lighted 2295 only| $2
doorman William Ben- Dial ositti a.erf
way caned a service station to endeavors raise the would administration'sstanding be calculatedto for the PAIR week MM 7SeN

deliver some gasoline then farmers
among gen
opened the small door that hides. erally. It would not necessarilymitigate USED TV SPECIALS
stared In disbelief.
the cap-end
gas the resentment of cattle -
and sheep raisers at a*lois \ 17" Portable NilE s DAY TVAPPLIANCES"Lake'a.
No gas tank. prices amt >may be receiving $100
Police picked ap the tank U in November. I 21" Console

blocks and nine traffic Lghts ..."', TV Supermarket"
away Mahogany is the foremost cab! Buy Both For f .Jk
how the cost wood hi the world, according I
"I can't understand 1330 New Auburndol. Hwy. Open 8 AM.9 P.M. MU 6-2176
to the Encyclopedia Britannica -
car ran that far without "a
lank" said Benway. ,


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It Takes Spunk To Be Old-Fashioned ParentBy Happy Days' Students To Visit Hodges Bunny FarmChildren

of Happy DaysSthool After lunch Is served the rabbit back to the school to The children will dye more
RUTH MILLET!' More than 80 per cent disagreed with the will visit the bunny children will play on the park can for during the coming than 300 egg and then wilt
farm of Mr. and Mr Edward equipment.The week, through the courtesy of be 960 Individually wrapped, I
following statement:
Newspaper \ .
Enterprise a'D.So Person between It and It do not need to B. Hodges In Griffin tomor- children will bring a Mr. and Mrs. Hodges. candy eggs.

your young daughter In her early teens inform their parents where they will be dating. row.After 'I
the farm the children --
thinks you have old-fashioned notions because trip -
Even when a girl 1 Is below II it I I. unnecessary
you Insist on meeting her dates want to know for her parents to meet her boy friend will have an egg hunt at
when she will be and Insist that parents will before she first goes out with him. the city park using decorated
be at home to act as chaperones before you It 1* all right for a boy to Invite a girl to baskets have and eggs which they TL.'I.
let her spend an evening at another teen-ager's and vice prepared. Clq
house. his home when no one Is then A picnic lunch will be served J .
versa. there by Mrs Ruth Knlppert.
Don't give it a second thought. Hold to your The majority of freshmen girl even vetoed director and her staff which
"old-fashioned" rules. By the time your daughter T the idea that it was all right for boy and girl Includes Mrs. Mary Murphy
goes to college chances an she will be Just of 14 to go steady.So Mn. Mabel Wells Mrs Margaret
as "old-fashioned" as you are in her judgmentof f no matter what they *ay, young teen Byrd Mrs. Roberta La- REPEAT OF A SELLOUT
how much a teen-age girl should be pro r agers do need-and probably even secretly tlnl and Mrs J. W Ford. Assisting .
tected. want parents to set some dating rules for will be Mrs. Norman
Recently, 116 girls, all college freshmen them. And no matter how they talk at IS, by Bennett Mrs. Anthony J. Le-
were asked their attitudes on dating questionsand IS they'll be ready to admit that mama knewbest fevre Mrs. J. Wilmer Williams -
-- their answen wen surprisingly con when she enforced such rules or that and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. 50-Feet
servative. she made a big mistake when she didn't. McGuire 6-5-5
Each of the groups IncludIng

Lake Wales Deadlines Are Guidelines, tBiJJ.hL ,nursery first graders school,and kindergarten second- I! FERTILIZER on,?

graders will receive awardsfor I
LAKELAND GENERAL the one finding the goldenegg I
Clubs SetMeetings
Read 'Em, But Don't WeepWith HOSPITAL the one who finds the ALL
Mr. and Mn. James E. Hall, most eggs second highest
the publication of The All other news Items for the Fort Meade daughter,,March number eggs found and the PURPOSE HOSE
Ledger's Saturday morning Sunday edition must be received third highest.
LAKE WALES The Bust! edition, beginning March 28, by noon the preceding and Mn. Homer L.
[ness and Professional Wornen's deadlines for the women' Wednesday. Those for the Sat. Roache Route I, daughter Mrs. McKemieIs ._Av. 3-YEAR
pages will be a* follows: urday edition must be turnedIn March 17. 'r
Club will meet tonightat Engagement and wedding by the preceding Thursday Mr and Mrs. Raymond L, President Bog F' '" ,..Ii GUARANTEEDISCOUNT
7:30 o'clock In the
private stories for a Saturday or Sun noon This Includes church
Hendrix 837 Wabash daughter k
[ dining room at Bates Res- day edition must be receivednot new, which In the futun will March 17. Of ADPi Group 'II8T
f taurant.An later than noon the precedIng be published Saturday rather
Monday. A wedding must than Mr. and Mn. William B.
forum on The Friday. lakeland alumnae of
Winter Haven, daughter
have taken place on the preceding New Items to appear In a
Changing Status of Women March 17. Delta PI sorority elected new
Saturday to appear in a weekday edition must received -
I will be conducted with mem- Sunday edition. by noon the day preceding Mr. and Mn. Charlie J. Bell. officers at a luncheon meeting \ ,i 79c
( ben bringing items on the Friday wedding will be published d e sl rid publication 1U W. 10th St., daughter yesterday afternoon at the la=
[subject from magazines, newspapers in the Saturday edition date except for the Saturday March 17. home of Mrs. Warren H.
[ and general publications Immediately following. For edition which deadline Is Mr. and Mn. Edward Turner 2727 Oakland Ave.
publication in a weekday edition Thursday noon. Deadline for 951 11th St., daughter Smith.
This will be a dessert meet- Monday through Saturday the Monday edition of The March 17. New officers are: Mrs. W. ,.a
; ( Ing with the penonal development wedding and engagement Ledger Is Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Weeks R. McKemie III, president;
I committee In charge of stories must be received two Plant March Mrs. Harold T. Spears Jr.,
City daughter

t j. arrangements PAST MATRONS CLUB days lication prior date.Citrus to. the desired pub 'Sneaker Hop' 17.Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar) W. Rogers vice. Engle president" Jr., secretary; Mrs WalterB. ; Mrs. I PRICES I

LAKE WALES Past Mat Planned For Highland City son March Philip Schneider treasurer;
trons Club. Order of the Eastern Center 17. Mrs. Smith Panhellenlc representative
t [ Star, will meet tomorrow Junior AssemblyA and Mrs. W. A. Reg. 16.95 G.E. 5 TRANSISTOR RADIO . . . . f .$6.66
\ night at I o'clock at the Ma- MeetIs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor Dance reporter.Mrs. With carrying sale, tarilnm, Wtttrta end itrai.. While They Urtt

E' sonic Smith and Temple.Mn. M.Mn.J. Fred Har- Grange held "sneaker for members hop" will of the be of Baton Rouge La., an D. E.. Smith Yarbrough appointed and Mrs.Mrs. Reg. 19.95 GENERAL ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER . . . .$8.88
graves will be hostesses. ScheduledCitrus Eighth Grade Junior Assembly parents of a son born Feb. Clayton T. Lyons to make ar- I hnt sel ctlesa White hat lea cuss

tomorrow from S to 10 p.m. U. Mrs. Taylor Is the former rangements for the Founders' Reg. 12.95 G.E. STEAM AND DRY IRON . . . . . .$8.88
at the Lakeland Garden Cen Miss Diane Allen, daughterof Day banquet which will be a

Central AvenueKindergarten will meet Center at the Grange Girl Scout J78 ter. Mn. Joe P. Ruthven Is Mr. and Mn. C. D. Allen joint affair with the active Regeant Sheffield STEAK KNIFE, SET OF 6 . . . . f. .$1.00
chairman of the dance. chapter at Florida Southern
of La.,
House on Parkview Street Alexandria formerlyof
Saturday with Master James Mn.Chairman Edward of Tarver.decorating Members Is Lake Wales and grand College Mrs. Smith on April also 27.announcedthat Reg. 12.99 SCHICK CORDLESS TOOTHBRUSH . . f. . .$7.99

Plans A Trip Maslyn presiding. of the refreshment com daughter of Mn. Dixie Allenof four Lakeland girl Reg. 30.00 MITCHELL '300 REEL . ',' . . . . ..16.88TLpllq
;' The lecturer Mn. Fred mittee an Mrs. H. M. Keeb- Lake Wales.S. pledged Alpha Delta PI during -
r Pupils of Central Avenue Emmlck will Introduce the ler and Mrs. Arthur Cheatham. Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest P. spring rush: Miss Joy
School Kindergarten will speaker at 7:30 p.m. Dr. O. Mn. C. J. English Jr. Is chair Batten Jr. have announced the Pinkley and Miss Pat Good-
make a trip to Fairyland at C. Bryan, from the Soil Science man of prizes. birth of a son, Bruce Raymond man at the University of Flo
Lowry Park In Tampa tomor- Foundation in Lakeland Parents in the receiving line March 9 at the military rida; Miss Eileen Willis, Florida Cmlq
row as one of their educational will discuss problem of the will be Mr. and Mn. Tarver hospital In Tripoli, Africa. Southern College; and
outings for the year. citrus grower and answer Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lawson "Sergeant Batten son of Mr. Miss Carolyn Miller East
The children will have a questions. This part of the Mr. and Mn. Dennis Compton and Mn. E. P. Batten of Bab- Carolina College.Announcement.
picnic lunch and ride the meeting will be open to nonmembers and Mr. and Mrs. Ruthven. son Park, Is stationed in was made "Qualify Merchandise at Discount 'rlc.."
Fairyland train while visitingthe who may be Interested Chaperones will be Mr. and Athens Greece. Mrs. Batten by Mn. McKemie about a
park and too in hearing Dr. Bryan. Mn. M. C. Leetun, Mr. and la the former Miss Sonia Rae city Panhellenlc fashion show LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN
Parents will assist the teacher The regular Grange meet- Mn. Gary Reed and Mr. and Holmes daughter of Mr. and and panel discussion to beheld 1102 I. Mtimrlal Sled, .h.... MU S-J1I5 6th ft Ave K, N.W. Mon CV 1-4119
Mn. John M. Taylor In Ing will be held after the lee- Mn. Lloyd McCreary.. Mn. Raymond D. Holmes of next month for all senior MOM..THURS.. Nil. 9 .. 1 MON..THURS..HI. H C
transporting the children on hirer's program. Invitations have been Issued Lake Wales. high girls who plan to TUU.. WED..SAT. 'te 6 TUU..WID..SAT 9 H 6
the trip. They Include Mrs. Refreshment will be served by Mn. Donald Stroy and attend college. The show will \
Raymond Golden Mn. B. O. by.Mr. and Mn. Ed Purdue 'Mn. William A. Hodges. Mrs* Count on a 13-ounce package Inform the girls on_ sororities. :
Brown,'Mrs. Thomas Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Fred William John Moon Is dance coordinator of raisin yielding about I. .
Mn. George Surles Mrs. *. (' three Cups. ,,' I ,

Brewer Mrs. Jack: McCeldry 1- ,0 'SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELANDBOYS'
Mrs. Afton Wise, Mrs Ronald
Wermen and Mrs. Arthur i


and Mrs. Ralph Roger attended -
the press preview sup LEDGER, Thursday, March If, 1IM II

per at the Nora Mayo Hall.
Ralph Roger attended the /10THnetsear.
Canner dinner at Nora Mayo .ess.r rear. '
Hall and the Governor'

luncheon. pellz
Charles Moseley of Bethle-
hem Pa., bat returned to hI.daugbter' sk.r
home In St. Cloud FAMOUS BRAND
4Sf /
after visiting pending his cousin a few Robert days 0, ; / 'D

Greene and Mrs. Greene.
Mrs. Robbye Jennings, Mr*. : SPORTCOAT AND
I Melba Norton Mr*. Sarah ..,,
Jones Mr*. Theresa Lee and Just In Just SLACK SALE J '
Mr*. Mina Roger attendedthe aAWt;

in llamas Navy City.Mothers' meeting right for Spring just in time for Easter"Kentfield" \

Dr. and Mr*. Frank Smith and Easter. ,
of New York have returnedto _
their home after visiting See all the Lovelynew sportcoats

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greene. sizes 8-12 regularly 14.98
shoes ,
Mrs Greene returned with Spring now .. 1

them hi and New will York visit for with a relatives few while size range is complete. sale! 10.00 t

Mrs. Mary Samuelson 1* a sizes 13-20, regularly 21.98
patient at the Polk County '
Hospital at Bartow. Annual Favorite .. .. sale! 14.99

In New Zealand, where elk The 1 "
were introduced from North I [! Famous Kantfltld iportcooti Hghtwflght
i America some 80 years ago, they
for weather war, tailored perfectly and
i threaten bird and plant life in II Spectator FAMOUSBRANDS worm
i the mountain and forest area styled handsomely sole priced for Easter "

damaging of uninhabited ground Fiordland.cover and By I I CO ihopcwril f ChooM one now from our excellent "

trees the animals Mltctlonl I
i killing young
i cause floods and erosion. I At Savings of
m g a aMSS

Speaking Ly of.Beauty kiiiWlgletJ 35% 7ft% ivy belt loop ,

are the answer! They
[are becoming a* popular as full lo dress slacks -
.wig If not more
:."I.., 10.are Why ultraversatile ? They- .Brown/whit. regularly 5.98 to 6.98

and can be Navy/whit.
sale! 4.99
wora at the Black/whit.
I r front, on top or

,, 1 ]f in the back, dif, 13.95 Mid i Heels The slacks to compltt his foster wardrobe!
ferent forget every i
I occasion. You Tailored from a perfect Florida weight fabricof
P I tired '
'of a wllet.1' JJ%" Docron polyester and 4J% rayon

be'' they stay mot and ere 10 rosy to core fort I1T"' :
PHILIP ::teCcilD
a Slits 8 to 20 In ouorttd color. .
ared for at home saving the i "
[expense of a beauty salon. What t S1tA1eUz
" could ask? I
ore i you '
Philip's wlglet start at $37.50 Many HtmtiWe "" s ooJ Mau' Boys' Wear ;
ind are of 100% European hu-I
naa hair. A complete line of Are Htt Psrmiff 130'L M ry
1 M.M.
'.,4.6. KENTUCKY
f5 iriglets Is on display at Coif. t
Aires 225 S. Fla. re ...", lsl rVtriserf
Philip St.
By Otter Mrs Stares h Cfarwsfer .,

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1r LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday March it. 1M4
ABWA Officers Are

I Ridge Orchid Society's Second Elected, Installed

I. Mra Edward Patrick has

Annual Exhibits This Weekend .. A 4g8 Been president elected of the and Lakeland Installed

imperial chapter of the American

Ridge Orchid Society's tee.J staged In the lobby of Florida Sunday from 1 until S p.m. c. Business Women' Asso
I and annual exhibit will be National Bank Saturday ands dally. It will be open to the ration for the coming year
-- Also elected and Installed
:I __ I II| public without charge. were Mn. Hilda Doollttle.

I The society, which alternates F. vie president; Mn. H. Scott
; I Its monthly meetings Williams, recording secretary
iM d[ between Lakeland and Win Miss Iris Caudlll. corresponding
secretary; and
ter Haven has 128 members
Mrs. Howard Bayhan, treasurer

: from the Ridge section of Flo Vaf .

rida. Anyone Interested In orchids Mrs William Wyllie was Installing
ft4&a Is Invited to join, a society officer in ceremoniesheld
spokesman said. at the Crest RestaurantMiss

: Officers of the group are Winifred Chrlstner,
outgoing president conducted
R D. Perez of Lakeland president. .
a ceremony Installing as new
I Jonnls Hutchinson of members Mrs. Evelyn Bales,
t: Lake Alfred vice president; Mrs. Edith F. Gulce, Miss
Mrs. Bill Morlock of Lakeland Eunice Hlestand, M... Ala V
Mrs. McMInn, M.... Minnie Dillon,
secretary; Harry
Morris of Winter Haven, treas Miss Amanda Davis, M....
William P. Logan. Mn. E. W.
M urer. Members are said to MRS. EDWARD PATRICK
Kester and Mn. Ruth Bras-
from the to
range young senior well.
citizens and from small
to large private growers, to

Yv t commercial growen.A GROOMING PLANTS for exhibition In the Ridge Orchid Society's second annual show this
demonstration of
craft wlU be a feature corsage of the weekend at Florida National Bank Is George Tolson senior citizen member of the society. He I Tops At Bridge I I I:
weekend exhibit. Mrs Ira Is pictured In a small greenhouse which he built himself, at his home, 804 S. Missouri love

v English and M.... Perez are .(Ledger_photo>> by Perkins) __ LAKELAND Wood, third; Mr. and Mrs
In charge of this portion of Masterpolnt winners of Lakeland
I Ewln Williams
and Mn. Annie
the show. More 'No Clothes Duplicate Club
An exhibit of native or- Care' Keep Family games In Section Bridge A are: Ritter, fourth

chids Including more than 100 North-South position: tie for LAKE WALES
apecles native to this state Promised For SummertimeDALLAS Records Safe
I has been arranged by Mr. and aecond, Mn. Duane Duplicate Bridge winners of
Hutchinson. Surgeon and Mrs John Battle, Lake Wales Duplicate Bridge
I Mn. Hutchinson Is chairmanof (AP) Designers Kabro of Houston with Its Mn. Perry Swindler and Mn. Club are:
I the Judging committee. Experts of women's fashions believe "strictly for the birds" offerIng UpToDateGAINESVILLE Phillip Trohn, third, M.... North-South position: Mr.
I will award two trophies that the "no care" qualities displays colon of robin Theo Waits and Mrs. C. W. and M.... Fred Palmer first;
red, blue Jay With Income Thompson.
canary yellow Mr and Mrs Jack Schram.
the Florida National
presented of
clothes will become
Bank, a number of even blue and parakeet pink in a tax time Just around the East-West: (first M.... Tom second; Mr. and Mn. John
IN SPRING'S NEWEST, more prominent as summer collection of denim skimmers Bates and Frank WhItely; second Crelshelmer, third.
bronze trophies given by the comer, It's time to consider
flu j MOST WINSOME STYLES Ridge Orchid Society and approaches.As with pleats dress bodices the importance of M.... Lera Ryan and East-West: Mr. and Mn.
keeping financial
blue red and yellow ribbons, the 14th annual National with pin-tucks and lace bands Bruce Barnes; third Mn. Edgar Johnson first; Mr. and
What the best dressed denoting first, second and Press Week of the Texas and two-piece numbers with records and all pertinent George Hadaway and Mn. Mrs Gerald DeArmond, second
young fashion-plates will be third place, respectively. Fashion Creators begins In swinging pleats.Raden's family and persons papers Eric Murray. ; Dr. and M.... R. E. Wil-
Judges will give points for Dallas signs of things to come Judy Juniors and current and In good or. Winners of Section Bin. hoyte, third.
the East.
wearing to junior the sue of the bloom, substance include such Items as Dacron Judy Petites often the hootenanny elude: North-South: first Mn.
er Parade. and texture the number tapered pants "Lady Bird dress and a Dacron der.Home J. P. Tyner and Otto Rice;
k (i1'"i11S of blooms and arrangement yellow," blazers with brass cotton- dress with French Influence economics specialize second Bill Graham and John Garden Circle

I ... .._.i tRuby's : on the .stem. I buttons, swinging pleats, the lit Its bias tiered skirt with the Florida Agricultural Taylor; third, Carroll DeLoachand Meeting Set
... - hootenanny dress and the sailor Brooks Uniform Company Extension Service suggest that Robert ThornhilL
-= M =J .. collar. display versatility with San now Is the time to get better East-Weat'tie for tint and On Wednesday
CURRIE'SHOME Lorch of Dallas opened the dra Lou uniforms featuring second Mn. Frank Super and
Tot & Teen Shop PORTRAITS displays. The pioneer firm knit jersey to easy-care da- Do organized.you keep Take copies Income of former taxes. M.... C. W. Walker Mrs. John Members of the Amaryllis
will celebrate 55 yean of service crone and nylons. Brooks Is O'Reilly and Mn. Carl Ferle- garden circle of the Garden
SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER will,. M auHw wr..w.. br a. In.nF.tIMr unuat Ma In May with the formal offering a. nautical look this current information all the In necessary man; third, K. A. Chamberlain Club of Lakeland Inc.. will
A.MI"'...."", MU .-Nq. opening of a new factory In summer, along with standard a place and Lewis Llchtensteln.
Open Doily 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. MU 2.1055 Dallas. fashions. where you can readily find meet Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. .
Top Lorch creations so far them? Jf you do, you know BARTOW at the home of Mn. J, 1.
are the tapered pants with Evangelistic how much time and temper It Winners of the Bartow Duplicate Raulerson. J1S Lake Holllngi-
can save each Club
you spring. Bridge games In-
1 companion long sleeved worth Road.
blouse. white Arnel knit dresses Meet SlatedThe Large envelopes or labeled clude: Mrs. Loula Turbo and
The meeting was to have
manila folders Mn.
George Garrard Jr..
that feature soft pleats and Rev. E. F. Pearce, regularly kept been held
pase'tor yesterday, but was
all up to date will tint Don and John
For help solve ; Taylor
your sailor tie, and "Lady Birdyellow" of Chase Road Church of postponed due to a death In
most of your problems keep Taylor, second; Mn. C. A.
top for four-button hat announced that
God an the family of one of the charter
hog records. Place Cox and Mn. S. A. Jones
Fashion needs. blazer costume. evangelistic meeting will marriageand members.
TON 'r Kohen-Llgon-Folr introduces start at the church tomor birth certificates, service third. ,-
summer petites by Jeanne records or copies of them. In RIDGE
TODD b.a.ear t Hats to Shoes row. this file for safe keeping. In Charity COLD WAVE
Durrell In no-Iron summer Services will be held nightly mtsterpolnt winnersof
dresses with saddlestitchingand at 7:30: o'clock. your home file there should be Ridge Duplicate Bridge Timtinmt L.NeC.adaha.r
\ only the 'look I 1t And All Easter permanently pleated Howard Kldd of North Carolina room for listings of Social Security Club game are: '
ts expensive skirts. will be evangelist.SCENE a u m b If.. Insurance North South: Mn. Betty Gives styli.h.Idiaa .
..! ___ policies seleae
mortgage payments, Bechtel and Mrs Jim Nlcholle
p Accessories debts taxes-anything pertaining first: Ted Harland and Mr. tWIttt Miss,every ey,.

r '" Ise ? to family and personal ftnance. H. G. Morris second; Mr. and
t Rk
M.... Frank Stapor, third; Mr. Only $1000
1 Vi Keep your life Insurance and Mn. Charles Forburger,
policies and negotiable securities fourth. IUDGIT WAVIS 6M..
i/\ r In a safety deposit box. In- East-West: Robert Thornhill Ah* P.rt rVfumwTINA'S
ventry the contents of the safety and Doug Hall tint; Mr. and HAIR FASHIONS
deposit box and place the Mrs.
Harry Brown second;
8.311 L a.- sa".eas
4 record !II clwrl W"'n...... -
your. home; file. Mr.. Nicholls and M... J. G.
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BECOMINGLY YOURS A O / of wonderful clothes from Ginn's. t

I Ton! Tadd'i ne.- olOll lovely In ] DRESSES

machine wuhabl Dacron poly. ? Bright new Colors, fabrics and

Iota pebble crepe Is delightfully r d'' I styles by Kate Greenoway, ,
yours. This soft polity print for Prissy Missy, Peaches 'n Cream
and Nanette. Sizes to
wonderful wearing on any info.-

mol occasion perfectly cut f $398 to '14 8

with 'Jewelry neckline, box piloted

skirt, all-evr cool and charm. 9 Ala. Easter Accessories b"Lovely

Ing for from now en. Green, blue

end gold predominate. Sim 10
to 20. :7 t ; playing the role of Marie tries to finish a sketch of Turk ,, He" Go Hat Sets
12.99 k, I played by Mike O'Steen, but he playfully refuses to cooperateIn -
I this scene from Lakeland Little Theater's production of Ntf
"Come Back Little Sheba" by William Inge. The play runs *
I next Tuesday through Friday at 1.30: o'clock nightly at Civic .z' .7Jiir &.oc a .

Buy The Country's Center Theater. (Ledger photo by Perkins)
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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday March 1*, leis 211
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M1b Alturas News g Fauo& by

Consider The Neighbors -
ALTURAS Mr*. Blanche leg and barbecue in Lakeland

t,Q.t I'r Croonquist honored her aleter-( recently. QUEEN CASUALS
When You Make Noises in.law, Mn Carl Youngdahlof Alec Smith has visited Mr

Bethesda Md.. at a lunch and Mrs Isaac Albrltton I and
By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Impossible lead to exhaustion eon recently. Also present son, Dale He also was the
Since spring I Ihen and and Irritability, and were Mrs. Paul Englund' of dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs
summer Is near the follow. therefore Injure health and Winter Haven and Mn Stanton Marvin Voigt. He is visiting

Ing letter seems appropriate. happiness Studies have shown Lander. friends In Ocala before returlng -

It came recently from a reader that we are much more damaged Mrs Lydia Armour has been home to Danbury,
and says: by noise than we realize AhI visiting her son-In law and Conn X16 ,

"Not long ago you wrote daughter, Mr. and Mrs Ellis ,Mr' and Mrs Clarence MoHarg

about noise and how It can Burden To Neighbors Varner, and family. She is of Sauk Centre, Minn i ,
exhaust one. My husband spending a few days with her Mn. Blanche
Is Dog that bark at all time I are visiting
doing that to sop and daughter In-law, Mr.
me. Every summer of day and night children's Croonquist.
and Mrs Arlin Armour, in
he takes the radio out noises too early In the morning Alturas Firemen' Association
Into the yard. He plays it so or at nap time radio Winter Park. She will returnto Inc, elected the follow
Alturas for another visit
loudly that even the neigh. and televisions blaring constantly ing offices at a recent meetIng -
bon before returning to her
complain. an all real burdensfor : L. W. Eater, president;
"This doesn't bother him a neighbor If not for the Carllnvilla, III homl J. D. Allen, Isaac Albritton
but I am so embarrassed He culprit' family Visitors returning and D. L. Smith, vice presidents
Is ruining my nerves and the Every home must have after spending! a few days Mn G. G. Davis, secretary

nerve of our neighbors Last some freedom. W* cannot always with relatives and friends In ; J. L, Waters, treasurer -
and Mrs. i
summer was bedlam! I Just be considerate of our this area were Mr ; and the Rev. R. J.
hate to see summer come neighbors I am quite sure L. C Blotter to Springfield %
Barefoot chaplain. iI
III and Albert Oelz of Hey-
around! Please print my let that at times we have been
ter because my husband just too noisy for the comfort of worth III, all guests of Mrs Guest

might read your answer and others But it is the day by Della {oillt. Mr and Mrs Ralph French

Wise up." day habit the continual noise Luncheon were the weekend guest of ?

Impose On Other that irritates and tires. Some Mrs Edith Bailey of Orlandoand their son and daughter-in-law, S17
I think that a 'lot of people people have actually had to daughter were the week Mr and Mrs Ralph FrenchJr. \

do not realize how much give up homes they loved because end guests of her parents, Mr. .. in Maitland.
they Impose on others Of of inconsiderate neighbors and Mrs W. B. Scarborough.A Mrs B. B. Register Mrs 316 Blouse 1 l

course some of them just do family luncheon on Sunday David Wright Mr*. Hugh neckline and
i not care about anything but Many ago my husband also Included Mr and Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Ralph jewel

their own personal pleasure nle"a; a neighbor Emory Hogan and daughterand French enjoyed a sightseeingtrip button back 500

and comfort. However I think down the block who took his Mr, and Mrs Wardell In the Lake Wales area

the majority of folks are just radio'out In the yard every Carmichael and family recently and lunched at Chalet 1317 Skirt

thoughtless They do not stopto weekend during spring and Mr and Mrs Richard Volgt Suzanne All-around pleats sldeztpper
think of anyone else summer He turned It on so and children of Dunedin were Mr and Mn Owen C. Albrltton ,
Consider the person who loudly that it almost pumped the recent guests of his have named the new and narrow waistband. 100%

takes three or four of the ua out of our chair In the mother Mrs Della Voigt, est member of their family Arnel sharkskin 900
newest magazines with her living room. He listened to New residents In Alturas Alvo Owen They also have

when she sits under the dryerat sports and variety program MOTHER AND DAUGHTER MODELS Mn William R. living at Dullards Ponderosa \ daughter Iris. "A"

a beauty salon Think of while he did his gardening Llnnenun and her three-year-old daughter, Vicky Sue, will Includes Mr and Mrs Bob Jack Ward I I. a patient at

the one who parks her car at It was unbearable weekend model spring styles in the Junior Woman' Club's annual bene Beck of Palmetto and Mr. and Lakeland General Hospital Placket front, roll sleeve,

such a slant that it occupies after weekend. Finally my fit bridge style show tomorrow night at S o'clock at New Mrs Carl Adams and daughter after suffering a heart at. tie belt shift. 22% silk and

the space which could have husband treated him to a bit Civic Center auditorium. "Fashion Finesse" I Is the theme of of St. Petersburg tack. '
been used by three can In a of mild sarcasm and he took the fashion parade which will precede the card games Ticket Mr and Mrs John A. Voigt Mr. and Mn C. W. Guess 78% rayon. 1100

limited parking area. Con. the hint. may be purchased from club member or at the door (Ledger and children and Mrs Delia have their daughter.In.law
eider the penon who slam Telephoned Addkt Perkins) Voigt were the recent dinner and grandson Mrs Bryan W.
photo by
his hotel room door at 7:30a.m. : One afternoon my husband guests of Mr and Mrs. Claude Guess and Jerry visiting

., never thinking that telephoned the radio addict Forster in Bartow them while Mr Cues Is on

someone might wish to sleep and said "Would you mind Rev. Comer Johnson To Winter Visitors a business trip through Australia ea,

later than he. turning your radio up a bit? Mrs Verdon M. New Zealand and Japan d
The question of noise can We are way over on the other Mr. and They will also be visit-

be truly serious It can makeLakeand side of our house and we Be Honored At ReceptionA Voigt winter entertained visitors the In out-of-this Ing her mother Mrs Sam RE MACS
missed that last joke"If Mr. and Mrs.R. Parker of Palatka.
we were all conscious of reception honoring the Blanchard will give an original area recently. and Mrs Mr and Mrs Jay R. Tobin
the damaging and Irritating Rev. Comer R. Johnson pastor reading A A.Volgt.Rodgers Mr and Ronnie of Springfield. 111.. Mr*. Hazel V It,tort Spotltwur

effect of constant noise we of South Florida Heights Local guests attending Include Ralph assisted In Parker of Rochester, III,
would be more considerate of Church of the Nazarene Mrs. Dr and Mrs Carl E.Calllhan and Candy Voigt were and Mr. and Mrs Hugh Par SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER LAKELAND

Polk County those who live near us Johnson and their daughter the Rev and Mrs.J hospitalities Mrs The Paul guests Jones of ker of Lake Springfield 111, NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER WINTER HAVEN ,
Mr and I
Tomorrow "Dark Skin Under Connie, will be held tonightat Lester Seel, the Rev and Mich., Mr. and were the recent dinner guests BRANDON SHOPPING CENTER BRANDON

Date Book The Arms May Be Caused 7 o'clock by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gordon Carrier the Rev. Mrs Otter Earl Lake Jones of Stanton, of Mr and Mrs. Ralph BRITTON PLAZA TAMPA

By Friction" Sherman B. Walker at their and Mrs J. Foy Johnson; the Dr. and Mrs. William French. -
TODAYLAKILAND '' home 2735 Buckingham Ave. Rev and Mrs Clifton Mains; Braamse, Mr and Mrs William III" 111 mm CUP THIS COUPON m m 111. m m

"ART UILD. ell .,.1- Guest are minister and the Rev and Mrs. Samuel L. and Lyle Cudde-
Int with' HIM Cornel II......"tram Religious Groups'Meeting their wives from other churches Mizell the Rev and Mrs Everett Mich.,
back all of Flushing ON 4 P.M. MAR.20:
110 10 A.M.
p m at Tliortavh itudlni' I I I 5 Hours Only11 to II
RINiVOLSNT AND, PROTICTIvtf, In the city and immediatearea. James 0 Deal the Rev and Mr and Mrs Ernest Cone of SAL!
BROiR OP ILK* LOOSe lltlRiwilnt .
Mrs R. A. and Mrs.
ol I'm. M BU Lwln. loS Calendar Hmgst Mich, Mrs Walter both knives,
Lansing will receive'
a M,....bo..H. Arbaugh. Bring this coupon ond $1.00 plus tOil to our tore you 11
.m CITRUS It Gold CINTIR Cup R..HIWANIO.ospt ass A buffet supper will be Other Guests Hill of Francisco Ind., and I you will save $3.00. They hove boon advertised on TV, Rodla end newspapers for $Z.00ooch
ANNA MILLIK CIRCLS Ml. tl... PRSY5R rod YOU OAT ir i served Mrs Stanton Lander
lion ol officer! it ...,,01 It a p.11 hllpful prwtr I Moment of mtdl.uuon attended So clip this coupon now
Out-of-town include G. G. Davis i
like Lndit hoiplt.lllr' room ud wonhip inr hour ol tut Spring flowers and Easter guests Mrs Jl
tUNNILAND ':' 1t'LODOa dir W HlUt PHI QM-4UU Dr. John L, of the First District *
Knight district meeting
sr .. ot sip... ol Counirr baskets will be used to deco a
Club aan5laN pommunlK' kulUlni.OOUTMLAMO TOOAVOIXIIUtNO superintendent of the Florida Florida chapter, National Miracle Edge l THIS COUPON

G 1 vi.. ) LOP4I M4 ....M. SAPTIfT'' roti lOll.Y.4* bier. Churches of the Nazarene and Association of Postmasters, In AND III
rriulor eommunloitlon 7 3Q.P m Inwrod ,.. Mrs. Knight. Orlando the recently Knife
Approouoo ONroo win oo .o.- IT. PAUL IUTMIPAN LuUurU will be the Rev. W. Woodrow ; Nalcrest Self Sharpening. World's Moot Versatile I
Women. Mimi',.., LOMUI, S P mOWACI Rev and Mrs Morton M. A reading of the play, "Mr.
"r>:ll.6T CLUR or UKiLANO o :JOm kUTHIlfAN. Bor SCOUt Thomas pastor of the West Stnlnl.it Stool. Poets shreds. .1.... bin, pass, ...w., x'.00.3afetyGrip aI
ot U. Cidtt Anchor clue ol Troop 74O. 0551 Lakeland Church of God. and Wright, Winter Haven; .the Coed" by Esther E. Olson "
.klt Lokoloaa aaA achoal will proxntCITRUS FAITH $, Filth Amtrlou Rev. and Mn. Charles Cram- be presented by the Al .pre...., states. Right or Mi haaded.
Lutheru Church wompa eaootII Mn Thomas.Scripture'. to
MOSILIe1L.-NOM CHAPT." AftOC1AT10N.** OP PLOPIOAMIDAV din.tl. '"- WHTMINITI 1 30 p m it II.bo.rI"II"N.; well,' Plant City; the Rev. and turas Elementary PTA was H ndl., Will PHil M *t '.... For a Sot KNot

artar. .. 'I T P M. s1 Maroh.t'. VouUi Choir I. rohoorMl.....ot....3 ISp Mrs Harold Miller Bartow; held recently at the home of Burn, Brook, ... .. Knives
..ollla.... 01 Maetuorr choir f 01 / .... ..... ---.. 2
't.4 fm. it ohurokCHRIST : The invocation will be given and Mrs J. J. Johnson of Mr. and Mrs John A. Volgt I Crack or Chip .. 11
", LISA, by the Rev. Russell W Jenkins Excel Ala., mother of the Those present and taking partsin lilmalo'hare'' niio nor tut .
LOYAL 001 or MOMS, Sit 5. CICIULANS UAPTIST. 745 of the Rev. Comer R. Johnson were Mr and Mrs Makes A'." a Mil la two, SUM a lilpplIs Umllo*
NThsI the
Edgewood play
MOOM ladi, but Late fakirMo"rmon'"irif.l'J'r" .. pastor ,...... veil "'". Cull tight thmuk the I
DrKlreWANT 091/ **. al 5 IUTNIHAH. Unl.n owlet Baptist Church. The Rev. Mrs L. D Da niter and Mr. Leland Young Mr. and Mrs I Wonderful Gift ..... They ..au..ko S<.M after Mar. .* ..... I DEAL FOR
it 1 pm it Worth UioludWIjlTM'NtTI Walker will and Mrs.Carl .
't'A 'a.f'l'; jjO oI, Ralph C. Arbaugh pastor of assist In the "cor ).of. R. Hielscher Mr n
.' '.. Oil WlnUr.I.t.tThI' ** rRnBTTIIANTouth First Presbyterian Church and onatlon" ceremonies Mrs Hielscher Mrs James I .AS iMlncUM Cart LIMIT 3 SETS TO COUPON Kikbfi, Canpliut
MOto"W'! .Omoaia.ntIlea motto troll
: :
; : m. Imuue- Walker will the and Mrs Ellis 75.hl5g.. Girl
Urn. p.1'.lIn. end gnwlni slam for.Inn'n. i {0 to 30 p m it churchFIRST president of the Ministerial serve as court L. Young. Mr. MAIL ORDERS
k'.", .''UNO. .d..n..d' IUMM'ud.t.,R Sat.. ClirUu OornoratoM CHRISTIAN CliM IDf.apOf 7 30 P m Association will read the "Jester," in charge of Bible Varner the Rev. Jesse Baker AM U* lack ........ Bor fcould,
P lrlr.i ai..oJ'n"( : :. a to II 5m.: .lllp with hili.eovond dUb dinner 1* <>llow* scripture Mr. Craig I A. riddles and games Greetingswill Mrs Peggy Smother and ...< Cash w BIJ! Bulcs rs or PoullrjM
at Ma Cl lr coaurMtuio
br MunoJoo ....d. rubllo lo"NIW aamsoa" be read from Invited Mrs J. B Green Jr. bleat Order ri
"XllLoIIND GAIT/eT revlral. 7.d
guests unable to attend. Underwood James L.
roe IN Miinol, Buildlni' Cl' o Cm iris. I'AITN, POOL OH.'IT''N. 770PR Berry The Rev Mr. Hmgst of St. Young Roy Perdue and IU S. KY. A VI. It..
*t Pilrlrki pert/ Brldio at Plm Poderll taI4noltt
ciniMB will bo ployed nom. m.ab.11 Paul's Lutheran Church will French attended the
HAM turn*. Monuroo! br Kitli., CHRIIT LUTHiRAN WoMhtfLeuuo Bennett Club . .. .
( the
Iron M'lhodUl ChurcH t It lo S f.m, bars lo piiot, Cltr either give benediction. Ortho growers annual meet-
*' Leuue. ooclil T m. _
mill promt Blrdwiunor HolldM Meet Slated
01 I p. n. It CI.,. Onur Theater,
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".Ioot br Cl Or.at.t War
...,.,,11. Th1..Ni I bo the lut pro-
prim. of the ,anion' oponMirwd Corlolr Ind NL.ka.nas Julia Berry Bennett Club SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 PM., LAKELAND
Papa. sad eallol CoptrUnnt. will meet tonight at I o'clockat
Fubllo Urltotf
the clubhouse Mrs Homer
SATURDAYLAKfUNO Lantz, chairman will be at- I

junior orl ART la'MIL poiuu*. ,Klmirrond witortplori S7 silted by Mn F. J. Vondell

: A fie elli mn t ud 30 Tom n Mi Wll. and Mn E. R. Weihing 1
n. la.Wtru.b. .. Adulto polollnf elui Miss Donna Stoddard will
r .. Ulio pe rn.lpe.e.W4wlor. '. '
'el; .: all 5. ladwick speak on "Appreciation of Picture ."
'VM "O"MICAI. oeirrv TMm and Paintings explain
m ot 1U1 w..... ft Thooo I..
_loci n. ahead MUM ud Bone up on expected ing what to look for.
,!: TlMTI Miss Amanda Davis, president ,
1 VE: ::1iR RANOf TM dining behavior.
ot ( .
Pirkrlowmft will preside 14.ROTMUR.
rtorlrti fruit will bo ......- H .


JiuuJ9D Joqsdhstfi '\ ; special groupgirls'

: I Easter dresses

in fashionable array!

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formerly 6.98 to 1798

4'--r' ,..w L sale! Mi off

,!/t.. 'I. Dresses for every little girl In the most beautiful array

f of styles--natural waistline, dressy "A" lines In
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: .. t the most delicious fabrics Dacron polyester, cottons .
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:: I JII"'T 57 silk/cotton blend organdies! A flower garden of ,

m Spring colors to select from! Toddlers 2-3x, Tots 3.6x j
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STEREOPHONIC Phon h Two 4-Inch Speakers( Monaural too) ? 3 pints 8 7e,

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4-Speed Automatic Changer u' ; New England' Cortland
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Apples I .......... ...'......,..... .. 4-lb.!.\49.p .'
California Sun-KItt VLemons .
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--' Conf tRues( : Flo. Grown Red '. I" ..
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d.yM..hI2.nd In*date of butlne*Situ* w .* Radishes. .. .... :... ...... .... P k gG 5
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the number of|.lly buns h the ipedolepethiciry
(or ot the Stereophonic rhongnph p .' w A
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1 d.9' .. Id % Y apv; rg GI Phonograph In Ihi......of.llo,Mloctkmwill 'i {
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PUBLIX 100th store Celebration '


MARCH 19, 20, 21, 1964

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

dairy specials Hill's Bros. Coffee. con. 59C \

11* MIrede Cm Oil 4. OH 1.'" Whitehouse (limit 4 please)
11 Margarine . I..,.". 35
1" Apple Sauce 2 On 3.25C
P.lhk. "ry Sweet Or Ivttermllkj <
Biscuits . . 4 a 39c
All Flavors (limit 2 please)
I .... .....'. Wllpp.4Butter
f . . .'. V.T 39e: Sealffest Ice Cream half 69c

"_to'. t..th u... gal
Cheddar Cheese ': 63c I II
k:. 4a 4i I
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Krerr'i D." Amorkon Pimento Or Swln \
Sliced Cheese .-. 39c Drink 4z..
Fruit 25c
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Wlocentlri Ch.... .., T.t _
Cheese *. FOP Flavor.rf.ct
Longhorn 65c
Cocktail 2 _
Fruit Cons J9cE

frozen foods Cream StyliF&P ,

Tow. Squire Srrewkerr Corn . 2 : ; 25e \

Shortcake . 3'ftt $I.ar. I. Early GordenF&P

... Glent ,usif.r S.ute
Early June Peas Ik:ku.: 29c Peas . 2 : 29c \

Green Gi.. In timer SeuciNibletsCorn Royal BrandPink
. Ik:?: 29c tall sat4
Sreuffer'i Tune-Needl. Salmon . ,, 59r jj

Casserole . .",yi k;.T*.55c Carnation Instant ., B I SPIC & r Comet
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50 J.>{ Green S. "', with ouen t
Dry Milk. . .. 10 J k::: 89t CLEANER. 2 reg. ti:.

frozen seafoods Nabisco Chocolol.-Chp! I a=: 24 : 33R

Mr. ,...r. *...lIy Siie Cookies . '4pkg.z. 49t
Fish Sticks . ':\k:;' 49c StrUtmonn Chocolate Fudge liquid .joy f Mr. cl.a..

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Thursday, March 1/. MM
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1 Bread

" ,J;!' Easterv1orn

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'. ',' Easter Sunday, considered bythe
.' '. majority of Christendom as
x the most important religious
east of the year Is a day
i steeped In tradition. Customs
vary the world over but 1ftmany
homes, a longawaitedpart
of the festivities Is a boll.
I day breakfast featuring a va.
rlety of hot breads. These
J :
breads, rich in symbolism, closely .
'', s, link the rising action of the
t i dough with the resurrection of
d Christ.
.y .ta"n ap ,,1, A Normally we think of leavened
reads as those which require
many hours of preparation and
extensive kneading. Delicious
Ij "av reads, however can be made
/r with the quick-rising baking
: powder method.
Fresh BreadA I

fragrant, hot bread fresh
spa h from the oven Is a lovely wayto
greet the family on Easter
morning. Perhaps an Apricot.
Raisin Ring will take your
fancy and theirs. The secret of
his bread's goodness lies In the
golden apricot nectar used to
re-hydrate the dried raisins and
apricots used In the recipe. By
,A35 's gently simmering these fruits In
.i t the nectar, they are Imbued with
; 1'5 5 y 4 s3st' ;e its: tartness and plumped to
rhS their original texture. '
This fruit blend Is then addedto
a rich batter and baked for
/ 'S
r > 1' rr 30 minutes Just enough time for
n, dI, you to complete other meal
f ly preparations.

Orange Juice

Another special treat you may
s wish to serve Is Orange-Nut
Ring, a sweet circle of bread
!ki j r r4J rt r : flavored with fresh orange Juice
and confetti sprinkled with sliced
dates and almonds.
Perhaps a hardy bread, accompanied -
by cheese cubes Is
L more to your liking. A spicy
Caraway Ring, then Is Just the
answer. Its particularly suited
Z to bacon, sausage and other
r itj breakfast meats as well as to
%% those late evening ham snacks
days.which inevitably follow the noli,

Whichever bread will grace
your table, remember that all
can be prepared in advance.
After baking and cooling thoroughly
simply wrap each breadin
a double layer of aluminum
fti at foil, seal tightly and place in
your freezer. On Easter morn
ing Just pop your frozen treasure
into a 350F. oven, warm for
about 20-25 minutes and serve.
l'/i cups apricot nectar (12-
I ounce can)
t I I'i'
\ I'/S cups raisins
1/3 cup coarsely chopped dried

p' 1 tablespoon apricots grated orange
l rind
7 2% cups sifted all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons soda
1 teaspoon salt
Ya cup chopped walnuts
1 tablespoon shortening
1 cup sugar
S III S.MeA # / 1 egg unbeaten
1 1/3 cup light cream
S Combine apricot nectar, rah
;_. nr .- rrx -.Ile esr w.lra ",., r.> sins apricots in
d r ws ... tlR Mi x .tlR ",. '" "'!P' a sauce pan;
simmer 3 minutes; add orange
rind; tool. Sift together flour,
-t soul, salt; add walnuts; set

cimiii' aside.Blend shortening with sugar;
add egg cream; beat well. Add
dry Ingredients alternately with
fruit mixture; blend well after
each addition. Pour into greased
4I 114 quart or 6 cup ring mold;
I 4 7 4IIIlfD spread 'evenly.
Bake 30-35 minutes at 350'F.
,. ; When done, remove from
oven; let stand 5 minutes; turn
: onto cooling rack; cool.

-. -WONDER. \ /Y rl 1 cup sugar
;>\ '" 2 eggs
S e S : 5
ItftIlAD ,_ ., 2 teaspoons caraway seeds
2 sifted
cups all-purpose flour
I\\\ teaspoons baking powder
GiYN, wrr11Nu IAl IAMNb GrrMYANY, .co7 rM
Vi teaspoon salt
V4 teaspoon mac,
V cup milk

Announcing an exciting new bread that lets you time light Cream,, fluffy.beating butter Add after,eggs sugar each, one addl.until at a

tion. Add caraway seeds; blend.

; taste the oven-fragrant flavor of 1904 Sift mace Alternately flour together., baking add In'powder thirds, flour salt

mixture, milk; blend well after
each addition. Pour Into a
4t greased Hi quart' or 6.cup mold;
spread evenly.
Bake 25-10 minutes at 350.'.
f190.f. When done, remove from
oven; let stand S minutes; turn
onto cooling rack; cool.

S : was a good year for bread. Sixty years ago', life In fact, the ingredients so rich each loaf must be I medium ORANGE orange NUT lING

flowed at a more leisurely pace and most women took slo-baked the way bread was baked in the home. Women 1 cup sliced dates
P 2 tablespoons melted shorten

r the time to bake their own ,bread. It was bread with an who bake their own bread know the longer you bake it, I teaspoon hog vanilla

unforgettable flavor, a delica/e/ crumb, a golden-brown the better the flavor. 2 1 cups egg slightly sifted aD-purpose beaten flour

crust. it was old-fashioned bread. Wonder Old Fashioned Bread is actually baked SOfo 1 1 cup teaspoon sugar baltnig 'powder'

/i teaspoon soda
Today the famous Wonder Bakers bring you a real old- longer than modern breads to bake in deeper flavor. !r4 4 i cup teaspoon chopped salt almonds\

fashioned bread..a bread in the tradition of a 1904 Comes in the handy "Fresh -Twist" wrapper, too, for last- orange Grate; add or a enough D II peel boiling; Juice wa.

redpe.We've added more ingredients, richer ingredients. ing freshness. Serve your family the flavor of 1904. dates ter to, orange yield 1 peel.cup Add; pour shorten.over

'. t log vanilla, egg; blend thou
oughly. Sift together flour
Wonder Old Fashioned Bread/Helps/ Build Strong Bodies 12 Ways! ar, baking powder soda, salt sug.;
add to orange mixture; blend.
i ., S > 'h. Stir in almonds. Pour into
'' 5:1::1 ,: greased ]% quart or 6 cup ring
mold; spread
..,,(.,,1 ,( t evenly.
Bake 30-35 minutes at Kfl'F
M 5- When done remove from"
oven; let stand 5 minutes; turn
onto cooling rack; cooL


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Delicious One-D/s/i/ Meals
legends and controversies I toasted silvered alt londs. Green I In skillet, pour In egg mixture. Sauce
concerning the omelet go back pepper and green onions are Cook slowly( .AI tindersurfsce 2 tablespoon chopped greea
|l, ham and apple combine for centuriei. Many European added to the mushroom gravy becomes set start lifting It pepper
buttery crust of saltine for a springtime touch. It makesa diced
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restaurant claim the original delightful dinner served with lighly with spatula to let un- tablespoons
en. Top these individual while Louis P. cooked portion now underneath green onion
recipe DeOouy hot buttered biscuit and peach
,plea with creamy mashed R w ,,, Y Lri the famous chef insists that an crisp and cook. When omelet Is 2 tablespoon butter or margarine
s for a hearty meal. i omelet be served only on porce SAVORY MUSHROOM cooked but still moist, loosen
n you feel like making OMELETS edges and bottom. Combine 1 can (10H ounces) mushroom
lain.No beans and almonds; placeon gravy.In .
matter how prepared or green .
hing special appetizers
H l l'vv lS eggs % of omelet and fold over saucepan, cook green pepper
served, omelet will
b meat stuffed cherry tops an always H cup milkteaspoon other half. Turn out on platter; and onion In butter until
make a successful appearanceat 4 salt Makes 4 tender add gravy Heat, stirring
served with crackers table. dur- } pour sauce over servings. ;
and top round veal, ng Lent, when egg dishes are V4 ft teaspoon cup butter pepper or margarine! ._ now and then.
tit, in Winch cubes featured more frequently, a 1 cup ranch-style green -
bund ham steak, f 'illed' omelet served with a delicious beans, cooked and drained I
t In H-inch cubes mushroom sauce will be VJ cup toasted slivered almonds :
a sure hit. In bowl, best eggs, milk and K .
P flour The sauce for the omelet 11 Heat
spoon salt :..7F moat Important and flavorful -seasonings together butters I 1
aspoon ground canned mushroom gravy fills Past Fort Dodge wagons on I
the bill best, Heat right from I
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ack *
pepper .
the can and pour over it '
blespoona butter or a complements your omelet perfectly one of two routes. The longer BLEACH ROMAN
argarlne You'll find it wonderfulfor and more difficult climbed Into'
um i onion, all meatless meals. It's so Colorado's mountains. The shorter i
opped I versatile and so easy to use. wufttmwim tit
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Inch. ground cloves a a family of four. The filling la -the Journey of the Dead -!,
spoon thyme leaves French-style green beans with struck boldly across the desert
rip lemon peel
ipe cooking applet I tP
|red and sliced ra
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lackers, finely rolled + ++ iC{
bout 12/3 cups crumbs)
bleapoolll butter or
argarine, melted INDIVIDUAL meat pies topped with mashed potatoes make a hearty meal. Veal, lamb
>le>poons water and apple Is combined in the pies with a buttery crust of saltine crackers Crab meat stuffed e
of a S 5/8-ounce package cherry tomatoes served with cracker are delicious appetlier A;
slant mashed potato flakes
dge veal and ham cubes D
against bottom and sides of four lal
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NO TIC' UND ,LAW riCTITIOUlNAMt Thursday March II, INI Anise Cake With Raspberry

In h.reby tvtn that I Inno It. .."
>raan..d purauant to I ha Vtllloui .'. Former Diplomat
Nun* 111.,111.," Law. 01 ,, """"""
KloHdg, election will raalat Frosting Has Look .I
with Hi* Clrtc : tiO I Cou;: Of Spring '
In Mil for Polk ("ollnl)'. Florkipnn Favors Bombing f" '1,
rwaliit of proof of lh. pllhll. .......;
( lion of thin noiir. !(.. flctltlonama Old.fashioned snlse flavor Ins Combine food color ... .
IMPERIAL BKV all Ingredients in a Few drops red .Ib,. If' t. .""
lIIt'n'd which I im an-aa North Viet Nom cake I A moist, easyto-prt- bowl and best 2 minutes Pour 2 tablespoons cream '
In bialnriM. I npirl to ma*.. pare caks using s mix Raspberry Into two greased and floured I- : 'f 'II- ;
In b".ln... al UU Wo,' 0Htrart I Add about one third of the > ; :
In th* City of LakalanKlorlda PHILADELPHIA CAP) -Dr Frosting compliments inch layer cake pans. Bake In j' ""e 'r
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and mix ;
anise flavor and 350' F iiigar to the butter t"W1't" <
Tran .
Van 29
Thit th* puny IntereMrd In aabt Chuong, former ambassador gives gay oven to 30 minutes :.J:6. "
alnmni antarprlia I* m fullowaB from South Viet Namo springtime look to the cske Remove from pans and cool ,thoroughly, Best In egg whites, .

Dat.d BADAI at Ltlrtlnnil AM8NT Polk Unit I CoPlotlda Owno. )r',,I the United Statei, tayi the ANISE CAKE Frost with Raspberry Frosting one st s time, beating hard after U'f' Y i ,t:1 \

March II. ID647M United State thould bomb itrateglc 1 package yellow cake mix RASPBERRY FROSTING addition of each, Gradually add ir' f' ,

\ target In Communist S tablespoons powdered sugar 1 pound sifted powdered the remaining sugar, extracts ) : '; "d f!' '\o : '< 1: 1'//,

NOTICE NAMS UNOM LAW FICTITIOUS North Viet Nam 2 tablespoons oil sugar snd food color Add enough of ;(,, 1 "I"\J! r' I" ,"

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEitS: Among other things, he laid 2 eggs /t cup melted butter the cream to get desired spreadIng '1\. .; > ;.-:>'{\\Ir, ,,' I,. .:;
Notloa la hereby il 'm tha that"Flotltloua thundarilgned it would prove that the United 11/3 cups water 2 eggjWhlte consistency and best until I < \' .,
to I
Nama purmmnt Manila," 8.cilon1MOS Statei la a tiger with teeth >/i teaspoon anise seed, 1 teaspoon pure vanilla smooth. Makes enough to frost t\: t <, ;Jk'", 'M' <' (
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later ,with Lawa tha of Clerk Florida of, will the ref Clr' not a "paper tiger," at Communists crushed extract tops and sides of two, 1-Inch ,: ">'I1iIJ.t)1'"t. \It',! I II; ,. '

1 Nit ('ollrt. In and for Polk (Coin claim 1 teaspoon pure vanilla {% teaspoon raspberry layer cskes Increase recipe It''' I
tv, XlorclH. Unn| racoll of proc fof In a speech at St Joseph l exlractThey're extract for fancy decorating 'If. I .
tha puhll 'atlon noticeth ., i "
ricllll :ua name.orto'wit. College In Philadelphia, Chuong ,
FRITZ .'IXIT al.o laid such attacks would
under whl 'h I am enmaed In
buHlneaM, I expert to engage tnbulnaaa Improve the morale) of South Chinese: Three-Way Buns 1
at 1211 Coventry Avenue Vietnamese In their fight' ,
In tha City of Lakeland. Florida: \
In aald gainst Red Guerrillas.
h"That.......the...party,.."...Intervaied. I. .. I llnw. By CECIL BROWNSTONE 1 cup hot water or canvas Divide Into 32 sma
U'Fwp.'l iTZI, 'VELKN'rZhH Associated Press Food Editor y4 cup com oil equal pieces

".t.d(Holi it Owner lakeland' Polk Count, FLOWER KISSERS" Steamed stuffed buns, servex 1 package active dry yeast Roll each Into a inch square;

\l'lorld..HTiTfHt>, Manh 17, I9MU Some 80 known species ol I fresh and hot In Chinese restaurants 4 cup warm water place about 1 tablespoon filling

CIRCU COURT, hummingbirds live In Brazil always seem to fascinate 414 cups lifted flour in the center of each. Fold In
TINTrt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Natives of this giant South, diners. Shrimp Filling opposite corners to meat over j

OLK< COUNTY, FLORIDA, ,, American country call the tiny, How are they made? In a large mixing bowl, stir center of filling. Moisten edges Ct
No. e21181 Docktt 12 bird. flower kissers" We were as curious ss mos together the sugar, salt and ho and seal. Let rise, in a warm COMPLEMENTS EACH OTHER The anise flavor In this cake Is complemented by

MART BEULK P.g.: HICKH NO (2) LiaAL ADVSHTIHM1NT cooks until we cams upon this water until sugar Is dissolved. place, free from draft, covered, Raspberry Frosting, giving the cake a gay springtime. _look. __

Plaintiff, I IWILLIAVM'mcKs recipe It was so easy to follow Add oil, cool to lukewarm In until doubled about 1 hour
I PUBLIC NOTICINolle and tasted authentic that small bowl the Steam bake or fry according to !
la rarehy (Ivan that th* so we a sprinkle yeas Public
P..nd.nL CIt)' of Fort Meade will accept are delighted to have it In our over the warm water, stir until the following directions. Hearings ;

TUB KTATH NOTICt( P OF H/IKIDA SUIT TOlWILUAM bid.Inrh on well th*to drilling th* Florida of a tan Aquifer(10) repertoire You, too, may welcome yeast Is dissolved, add to lukewarm Makes 32 bunsSHRIMP 3 DAY SALE
HICKS: aid well muat hav a drelnlni It I sugar-water mixture Add Set On Master :
Whoa* nuldenca ml milllniddmn parity of on* thouaand (t.ton) FILLING ,
In: allon* per minute with a fuaran At the end of the recipe you 2 cups of the flour, beat until
UNKNOWNTon t.. from th* well driller an to thooper.tlon will find directions for steamIng smooth Mince 2 csns (4% ounces each)
of auch drain, Th woUMu.1
hereby notified that ault *
for aivorca haa been fled b* complete with th* ncary baking and frying the buns Add enough of remaining flour shrimps, Mince celery and 19 20 1ht25ro
airalnat you In th* abov llrennei canine and other equipment Which way to follow? to make a soft dough. Turn out green pepper to make cup of .
mint; and that you ar rtreby th.t mlrht b* needed for th* op In our kitchen we tried si TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
each 2
required to ..rv. a copy of your ration of the drain well on a lightly floured board or Heat tablespoons corn
niiwer or other written defenfien AU blda m let b* anted and three methods with the one canvas; knead until smooth oil In a medium sized skillet Outdoor Recreational Planning r r

upon WALTER attorney, W who*MANLblTflalmlfff addrna.' alnly..marked and In'th*BID City. ON Manaa-ar DRAINKLL i recipe making 32 buns. Six of about 10 minutes Place dough add 1 tablespoon minced onion Committee adopted the follow- OFF :

Box 254 takelanfl, Florida orrlro not later Iran I o'clock them Just fit Into a steamer s in oiled bowl, turn to oil top; ';\ teaspoon salt, dash of pepper ng schedule of public hearings I
on or before Dm Ird day of uenday. March II at which tlmi bakers dozen went Into the Let rise In 1 I In connection with development
April A. D. 1064 and before or aU bid* will b* opened and pub, cover warm place, teaspoon ground ginger, and I
Immedlat'y thereafter to file with 1I.lv road. oven, and the other bakers free from draft, until doubled tablespoon soy sauce Cook of a master plan for recreationn I

th th** Clerk or Una of) of th*aald hove aniwcr atyled or Court Mid Ject Th* any City and/or reeervee all th bide* rliht. to dozen Into a deep-fat fryer about 14 hours Punch down; over medium heat about 3 minutes Florida: I CUSTOM FRAMES MATS I

written defenaea, If any GRADY W COURTNirr My helper and I liked the urn out on lightly floured board stirring constantly. Mix Miami April 15, Tampa April NON-CLARE PORTRAIT GLASS

eonfeiuo If you fall will to be do entered to. decree MBInntyou pro City City Manager of Fort Meade fried buns best because they're in shrimp Cool 18, Orlando April 22, .cltaon-I

for th, .* relief demanded In the U.IU.NOTICI. delectably crisp but we did en Miami's Torch Steamed Buns Place stuffed ville April 23. Fort Walton Select' from f/ie/ 'loryesf and most com
Complan tWITNESS the
JoY| three-way experiment
UNOIM FICTITIOUS buns after have teach April 29. Tallahassee
they risen
t of oltlre my at hand Bartow and officialeal Polk' NOTICB NAMS IS HFRBBT LAW OIVBNat CHINESE STUFFED BUNS Df Friendships an Inch apart on oiled baking April 30, Gainesville May (, I pltlo, picfvro moulding' stock (In

County February. Florida, A. D.,11114.thli 18th day of th' underalgned. pureuant toFlctltlona 4 cup sugar pan that will fit into steamer -eeiburg Msy 7, Fort Myers addition to our r adymadohamts ,
tho Nam .
(SEAL) Ch.pter 161.01, Florida Btatut Statute*, V/4 teaspoons salt Rededicated When buns have risen, cover May 13 and Fort Pierce May I IMAGELLANIC
n H SLOAN, JR ) In folk l
Clark Court wU' realnter with tr. Clerk of the pan tightly with aluminum foil County.
CIrculI Court, In and for Polk 14'1
Byt LL.CILB HASTINGS Count,. Florida, upon receipt of Czechs MIAMI (AP-Mlaml's Torch and set on rick or trivet In CLOUDS Ashe Photo has the
1'.711. Deputy ClerkIN roof of th* publication of thla noth Holding of Friendship, and Its eternal learner Fill steamer with waer purchased
tI... flotltloue nama of D, Daoclat Stargazers in the southern. picture frame dep't of K. T. Jones
to level of rack Cover
NOTICI TO CRIDITOR' **. undar which th* undr- stood rededicated today
THI' COURT OF THE :ned will onntte In th* builneaiadvertlilna Two For Trying to the memory of the late Presl- Ightly, bring water to a boll lemlsphere can observe the Co, formerly Benfords.
COUNTY JUDOS OFPOLK 01 promotion and man I
Clouds two
Magellanle com i
reduce heat and let
COUNTY, FLORIDA uremant aervlc* at tf. office ad dent John F. Kennedy, water just ALL WORK DONE ON PREMISES
In 110: E'II. 01ANNA. drool on U 8. Highway M E""..tO Mayor Robert King High, who boll under steamer for 30 minutes panlon galactic systems to the I
LOIIIJI: THORNBURGH.DIC.a..d. P. Box 1044 Lakeland Polk To Aid Defection Milky Way, located at a distance i
ireslded over the rededication
unty Florida, beslnnlni March
To All Creditor* and Parana Havlii fO Tuesday night, said 'I would Baked Buns Baks stuffed of 140.000 light yean, according Ashe Photo Service
Claim or Demandi Atalnit Dald at Lakelond, Polk Count,. PRAGUE to the Encyclopedia Brltannlca ,
Raid F.tat*: ..Iorld.. tho 10lh d., 01. Norah, Czechoslovakia ike for us to do more than dedi mns, after they have risen on
You and each of you, an her*. 1914. (AP) Czechoslovakia Com ate this monument of stone and a cookie sheet in a hot (400 degrees I
demand hy not fled which to fII you* all hav cUlma aalnatth and CHARLEII 1101. O"ner C. POCKERY munlet government announced I metal to the memory of the late ) oven for 13 to 20 minutes A large portion of the British 1049 So. Florida

eatat* of Ann .....1. 1'horn. (1.,., yesterday that a British historian President or until golden brown Protectorates cloves grow on' Tel. 686-1321

b inch,'hard, daaad.n A. Bronaon County th* offlc Judieat ofRl IN T.TINTH... CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT C'RCUIT 01"THI and an Australian school "I would wish that we could Fried Buns Heat corn oil in the fertile hills of Pemba, a 380quaremlle lov; i

Ma offloa In th* Court Houe* atRartow IN ANI) O" "OLI< COUNTY, teacher: are being held on, dedicate ourselves to the Ideals a deep, heavy skillet or kettle island 23 miles Lakeland, Florida
Florida, within alx oal.n.d.r
month from February 17, La." No FLORIDA'''M.a.MI charges of trying to smuggle a he advanced...brotherhood and to 373 degrees. Oil should be at ortheast Zanzibar I :
Ulf. which la th* date of the flrat Czechoslovak national to Austria and ;
IN HB FORFEITURE THB equality enllghtment. east 1 Inch deep, but should not
publication of thl* nolle* Each:
claim or demand muat ben wrltInt FOLLOWING, DESCRIBED The Miami City Commission fill skillet or kettle more than
\ muat. elate tto. plaoe. of real RUPERT 1IM Chevrolet Impel CTK, the official news agency ast Thanksgiving Day adopted one-third full Fry stuffed buns. UNDERGROUND

d.no.th* .,.Im.nt nd poat, muat offtc b.addre...orn* of to Serial N*. FWA.124190 said that Norman Stone, 23,, a resolution to rededlcate the after they have risen, 3 to 4 minutes .
.nd muat b* filed aa tforeuldla d.: TAm Carl 8TATB Ren Moon OF FLORIDA TO: of Glasgow, and Janice Wilson monument as the John F. Kennedy or until golden brown Vinyl PleitieWATER

aim* will ALBERT become void KEY Don 114HUhland 21, of Sydney, have confessed Memorial Torch of Friendship turning once to brown both
City, FloridaPorla
Kiecutor Moon I CTK said they were or. sides
J, TCI-WATSON Box 114HUhland dered arested by the statiprosecutors PIPE

J Attorney lakeland,for Floriday Fciitor. Fla. National City, Florida Bank office In Bratlsla, HHI.II
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e/o Burke Klbler -
IN TH. CIRCUIT' COURT 10(114 8 Kentucky Avenue' v. 80-Lbs. Pressure LAWNandlGARDEN
Plaintiff, j jHENRTVWILLIAM 'RTT To Red China
DUSTED IR.) .rby notified that th* above d*.
Defendant. ) rlbed property haa been eeliedder Made Commander
NOTICI OF IUITTHB and by virtu of Chapter BenjaminMoore
STATB Of FLORIDA TOHICNRT I", Florida Statutea aa amended RIDING
WILLIAM HUSTEDJR : and la now In th* poeanalon 01Ih. TOKYO (AP) A National
.: Wroa* raldonc and Board of County Comnilaalonre .
malllni addraaa lao of thla County. and )you ..ndo.ch lit Chinese air force pilot who
'/ Raymond Hunted, of you, ar heraby further no.tlll.d defected last summer has been TRACTOR MOWER
191 Eaot Broad....)', that a Petition under en Id PAINTS
Sal.m. Ne.. J.ro.)' Ch.Dlor. ha* been filed In th* Clr.cult" appointed deputy commander
You ar* hereby notified that ault Court of th* Tenth Judicial of a Red Chinese air force regIment .
for divorce haa been filed roult. In and for Polk Sanl Flat
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engal Power 4l l b4.l rt i iY !:Assigned To 'B' Squad

lasts CardsBringing Stuart Fails To Hustle

their winning streak to two the Detroit Tigers

d a U-hlt attack to blast the St Louis Cardinals 114 yes-

lay at St. Petersburg's Al Lang Field. By MURRAY CRASS why It mattered which game Francisco continued It* uastery

The Bengali will clash with the Cincinnati Redlegi here Associated Press Sports Writer Stuart played In. over {Cleveland, 1513. The Los

orrow at Henley Field at 1:30 p.m. They were to have Stuart who led the In innings
Dick Stuart the America league Angeles Dodger got eight
yed the New York Mets here today. Following tomorrow'itest
League's comeback player of RBI last season, said he playedas of shutout pitching from
Detroit will make a four-game Invasion of the East
ist, returning here Wednesday to face the Houatoa Colt (Is. 963, never will win any comeback ha did "because I don't want Don Drysdala and Johnny Pod-

or to yesterday game the awards for controversy. He to get hurt playing In "B" res In beating Baltimore 31.

gals announced they had a double and a single. Demeter I. always on top In that depart- games." The New York Yankee
lefthander Don MOM! to drove In three runs for ment.BOlton'. He later expressed regret, drubbed Kansas City 9-4 as Joe
Chicago White Sox: for the the Tigers.Fo saying: Pepitone slugged a grand slam
first baseman
liver price. Mossl sidelined the first time In the spring big got "I am an employe of the Red home run. Hoyt Wilhelm hurled
[ spring with an elbow Injury, exhibitions, a Tiger pitcher off to a fast start In his title Sox and I am paid by them. I three perfect Innings a* the Chi-

i yet to pitch an Inning. It went four innings. Some of the defense Wednesday with his performance will do anything I'm told to do. cago White Sox nipped Washington -
'* understood the White Sox,hurlers have gone six in the In the Red Sox' "B" I didn't mean to cause any 32.

11 to use him strictly. In re- farm squad contests but not In exhibition game against San trouble. I'm sorry It happened." I Milwaukee scored seven unearned -
''rolet. the major league exhibitions. Francisco. The Boston rookies lost to the runs off Camllo Pascual

(The win ,yesterday" DeMolt However both Sparma and Stuart, miffed at being relegated Cubs 10-9 on Mack KuykendaU's and defeated Minnesota 74.
/ a M mark la spring Hamilton attended the early to a secondary game, bases-loaded, two-run single In Houston bombed Cincinnati 9-2
[games and snapped a Cards' camp. jogged to first base twice on the ninth.In and the New York Meta whipped
[{.game winning streak. rmoiT T. L AYRR failed other exhibition action, San Philadelphia 4-1 In 10 Innings.
: *: : M.LPMIIIW = N ground balls and later to
r the Tigers had grabbed .* ? i
Ik I 4 I 1 score from second on a two-out
K 4-0 lead In the first inning the 11':.r..fta -
It 4 } field
I Cards got all of their runs in ....... rf a ,1.0"' i I 'NORTON GETS HAM'AWAaDWIIII.. Ho*.*, left Detroit Tram ..,fl.U.r, wren e ..... ground single to right even
a'.ua 1 he waved around
[the bottom of the Inning off =..;of'i itunln .awn, ...,:'-Ik r smile .( _...|., Chock Drama trmiiri him with e 22-,..... hem In the Tlin elwllh..... hough was
[rookie Joe Sparma, former MtAulf*r 4 i r a'L._ Ik 4 i H..... nporttd to the T''....' Mrly tamp *... 14 WI'.hl"l' 21 ....... mini this h. M, .t .... It's His Best

I Ohio State University quarter r.w.N.rM.. M. 4 a SWIM a'L,... ;- : I sad .f lest ........ Drawn .dad H..... te line might. RMtiiriy, the Tier ........, mitclitdHwtw's "What do you expect?" Stuart

I back. Sparma worked four Infirings .mllfnTh pH aMrm : ..,....... : : n..w' kM .f weight with e 22-..yiid ham |lf>. bt.. ...... "Dm't Ml It ell In said angrily after the game The Quality
and Jack Hamilton, o\) > miCrM 0 eM.bTN. "
elm .lttI. .. (A* Photo .y Pmtm Srrv) when someone remarked about
tamed from the Phils in the '
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[Don Demeter deal came on ... His JJJX'rfjjjS'lJuoiT II Tota'. II .1 his good performance.as I'm going to"That's be in that u Approach To

[tot four innings of J-hlt hurling 'I.M s a ,.. Iii era In- NYU Lobos Vie [Hawks State kind of a game. I thought wa
I Pete Craig finished and :: !
up ,. .. .. 40* .ei-.-11IT through with those games 10 SummerPleasure
[burled hitless ball in the ninth. LOUIS N W* M 4 "
d-.4e..r..: io. .a. years ago.
JII White had two singles and Lam%_IT....ItlLKFT. I"---; L-.:'Ioo.W r-Wl aa.nllip. Home OpenerThe Red Sox Manager Johnny
lOkarley James had three hits ..N. .w11M. Mx4n, elver. In NIT ContestBy Pesky, who reportedly has had
|tee five of the eight Card sale.George a. H....n 1, ".-.. a, H.W.WMTTV a..mm a. differences of opinion with Stu-
I.. .....n.a.-e.n.b., WhIM I a, a.nr, j.-i eaMUll.h. /-
Santa Fe Catholic High called the
art before
1 Smith, normally aright ? p .a, .. 10 TED MEIER Tonight's winners will meet Crimson
Hawks will open their selfish for the "awful exhibI-
[; hitter topped the Tiger 'M......,_.IM .. .. .. .. ,, Associated Press Sports Writer for the championship in a nationally -I home baseball season at 4 p.m. tion" he put on In Boston's 3-1
[attack with a double and two er. IIJ 1S 1s1.M..Mn. : NEW YORK (AP-It will be televised game at 4p.m. tomorrow against the Clearwater defeat.
I singles. Demeter bad a triple T "Happy" vs. "The Big I" tonight ., EST Saturday afternoon Catholic High nine. Pesky who used his regulars

+ land a single and Willie Horton with- .... ...,... II....u..'NMes.. T-aII.5_A- in the semifinals of the after the losers play for third The Crimson Hawks, coached In the morning "B" contest and S\ 1/f. r $ 'its '1 I
I continued his hitting ...... National Invitation college basketball by former Florida Southern rookies against the Chicago i
tournament u the NYU place. College star catcher John Mack,
in the
Cubs In the regular game _
Violets tangle with the New I Harge and his teammates, opened their season Tuesday he hadn't talked '
[Clay's All 'Tuned In/ afternoon, said I
' Mexico Lobos. Army's upset- ,Claude Williams, Dick Ellis and with a 13-0 victory over Mont with Stuart about the per- fi'I;,
minded Cadets meet the Bradley Mike Lucero who starred in the verde. formance.

Hut Not With Military Braves in the other semifinal ''victory over Drake likely will Mack has nominated sophomore "I did It deliberately," the

game."Happy". get an acid test against NYU. right-hander Robert Stan- manager said. I wanted to walt

NEW YORK (AP) Casslus matters: His next fight business Is Harold Halrston, I Lou Rossini, the Violet coach, ton to hurl for Santa Fe against until tomorrow (Thursday) after

[Clay claims he Is "tuned In on a new home and his "religion a t-foot-7 ace rebounder and said he would like to see how Clearwater. sleeping on it., I do Intend to
scorer from Winston s Salem, the Lobos would fare If they fell The contest will be played on be-
f future but he admittedly talk with him about his
the Muslims."If .
-the Black N.C. who has sparked the Violets behind which they never did the diamond at the Santa Fe
blank when It comes toforecasting havior. And if he and I don't
draws a
the commissions would let to upset victories over Syracuse against Drake. He hopes his school.
his status with the'Amid lee things the right way then
[ me I'd like to fight two out of and DePaul In the NIT boys, Halrston, Barry Kramer i Mike
y. three Floyd Patterson Doug and Stan McKenzie Seventeen alumni (general manager) Hlg-| //I 1
after a disappointing regular get an early sons of Yale will talk to him.Afternooa .
reports he had again Jones and Eddie Machen onthe season. lead to put the pressure on the turned out for football thli; gins
.ailed to pass the mental part lame night." the youthful "The Big I" is (-lira Harge visitors from Albuquerque. fall. Off

[Of his draft examinations the champion said. from' Detroit a similar top re- "I thought the regulars would s

[world heavyweight champion "And maybe they'll let me. bounder and scorer who has like this afternoon to themselves
[laid Wednesday that ha "had rei have a better chance of losing been called the key of the club and their families and I feel ,
Ilkot been told one way or the my title and a lot of people that tied for the championship a r LEDGERSPORTS that most of them appreciatedit.

L Other." want me to lose. of the Western Athletic Confer But not Stuart. Apparentlyhe
Official word from the Army ence and beat Drake in Tues thinks playing In a "B"
f In Washington and Clay's draft Talks Of Moving day's quarterfinals.Their game is below his dignity orIOmellllnl.
board In Louisville was the "They're against m* becauseof meeting in the first ."

same: my religion." game of a doubleheader expected Pesky couldn't understand
"The result*";have not been The Black Muslims claim superiority to draw a capacity I8O(00-)() .o
disclosed." of the Negro and ad- plus at Madison Square Garden
vocate separation of the races overshadows the second MA VA
Negative Replies Clay Is not as militant on the clash between Bradley and searprising MORTGAGI LOANS a>'ia4rk s

The 22-year-old champion subject as leaden of the movement Army. Bradley Is a FIRST MORTGAGe CORP
failed to pass his first mental but he has adopted a new Wavy favorite while NYU-New "il vici is oim MINUS.*
exam two months ago In Coral name-Muhammad All- and hfl Mexico generally Is regarded ala Thursday. March I'. JN4 21 n'.to n.*Ml S.) florid aua. .Av.*..* Fine Dacron & Worsted
Gables Fla., and was given a it increasingly metaphysical inhis tossup.

rematch last Friday In Louis conversation."I'm Buy Mayfafr Slack lie II pltaeed with them
the first one to predict.rm
ville. The Washington Post reported months from now as on tile day you' Drat warthtm.
ha also flunked the second tuned In on the future, he Tailored' of Dacron poryettor Mwr andworsted
test, bringing negative responses sld "I can see hi a wool for coolness, ntatnet. .......
from Clay the Pentagonand I mind, what he's thinking. That' CHEVROLETmakes near ramerkabl wrinkle Nitetancc, pass
because I walk with God rtttntlon. Mayfair. Known for evctHtnt: fit Nosy
the draft board. I detail.,' Plain front and tingle' pleat new shads
and talk with God.
With Army talk disposed of.
I mundane
On more matters,
turned to other pressing
Clay Clay talked of moving from Lou-

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I Golf Tourney of opening an office for "a national THE TWOSOME
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Begins Today with a large talent agency, THAT GOES TOGETHER

PENSACOLA (iti According and taxes. _.
Whit- II! .NM-L ._{Now"
to favorite Kathy

worth, anyone of 15 can win the,': ;
Women's Western Open starting WrestlingSAT.
today with a talented field of 100 ,
lady golfers. jttJitt
Mickey Wright of Dallas two- Nin s PJA. r
;pYr l
Ime winner and defending i 7

champion' : fractured her ankle LAKELANDARMORY .v way.u .
hand, could not participate. This t /
'leaves the title up for grabs by / s f :
>uch veterans as Miss Whitworth h %
Louise Suggs and aLkcore V
Watty eurs.of Berg.the country's top ama- 9 MANWRESTLE ROYAL I H2QIMJ)

;, "It's a good golf course." said ALL 9 1. NMft, NIVM
;WUs Whltworth after touring the Stubs IHONINOI
fcllly ',SO yard par-7S course for I Wads ei you will Anew
ha first time. "It's got some: THE RING AT ,.DlClol.n..oIIOODoO'on'
I iwful holes. You've got to be i I THE SAME TIME polxtiur trleot dries
tr.\&ht.\ but above alt you've .'. wrinkle** within' 2 hovn.Hondtomily .
tailored .
;ot to be long.
"My chances?" said the tall MATCHES t end It won'r shrink, ilrttch
blonde. "It's really much too or diKolor.Shown 01.,

[ early to tell Anyone of 15 $200.00 toft,short-p collar lnt,ititdiunviprrod !!

could win It."
The amateur favorite Include LONG SlEEVE I.9S
)arbara Mcintire of Colorado TO WINNER Of
iprings Colo., winner of USGA WRESTLE ROYAL SHORT sum 7.95
nd British amateur titles, and 'Dr Pass..,0.5.
Jancy Roth of Hollywood.
winner of four amateur crowns,

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: \ Doral! Golf it I I ci;;

: :, First Sebring QualifyingTests IQs:

Open Begins
, :1 ii I1" .1 :

Corvettes Cobras sure and be gores Twin

:Play Today 1k. J$ ::1 Day.a lovely And day it this was St.never Patrick's love-

SEBRING (AP-A field of 70 Jim Clark at Indianapolis last I 4 -w jw Her for Jack Convey, a man
cars will be qualified here today year MIAMI (AP) Firing of the tod. For Conway tired

for Saturday's 12-hour Sebring Bob Holbert of Warrlngton started today in the $50,000 Dora a hole-ln-one on the l0S-yaty
Grand Prix of Endurance one Pa., driving the heavier Cobra Open Coif Tournament and No. 13 bole at Part Coif

of the world's prestige events la practice Wednesday wu when ft.. all over Sunday Center. "What did you expect
for road racing driven. blocked unofficially at speeds anYI on St Pat's Day?"
And. for the first time in the above the lap record of 17.80 one of many entries might step growled Conway after the

event't U-year history driven miles per hour set by John Sur- up and collect the fT. oo firs act. 'The gremlins always

will have to earn their starting tees of London last year. prize. reverse themselves on the

positions at the head of the Surtees, who won last year'sSebring I With Arnold Palmer last wearing of the green "
famed Le Mans-type start Race grind in a Ferrari with year'. record money winner + Ridge Pro-Am Association's
\ officials said an overflow of entries Ludovlco Scarflotd of Italy, .a, suffering through a victory l tourney today was to have

particularly from Europe, co-driver hast at his commandone drought the balance of power been at Lake Wale Others:
f dictated the decision to start of the hot new Ferraris. He In the field of touring proa II March 28, Cleveland Heights;

I i cars according to time trial re- has been clocked at or near the closest in the game' histo April 2. Sebring: April f,

sults. his record lap mark on severs Winter Haven; April 16, Plant
The qualifying should give practice laps. ry.When Bruce Devlin of Australia City; April 23, Bartow. .
some Idea of the capabilities He encountered fuel line trouble won the St Petersburg! iwk Polk County Women's Golf
of the new big bore prototype Wednesday but said the car Open last Sunday he became the I Association' tourney today
Corvettes developed by the Me-
; racing team of Houaton, was performing well and that It 13th winner in a string of 13 : was to have been at Sebring
i com should do better with minor adjustments tournaments dating back to the Three more tourneys art left
and the new factory experimental
963 campaign. on the slate April 2, Lake
Ferraris enteredby
I rear several engine Italian and American -I Al Gelberger Frank Beard Region: April 16, Hutcheion
teams II and Rex Baxter won the final Colt; April 30 Bartow.
I Women's Softball three tournaments last year West Coast Pro-Am Associa '

Cobras Watched Meeting MondayAn Tail year tt hat been Paul LIKI OLD HOMI WIIK-
Also being watched closely are Harney at Lot Angeles, Art Itneep.c ke talks. with Tina ......... ".. ,\*,*. fee Hlty. **4 Tins ea aramW Itft M steMs .......,. Carrltr sod Seminole Golf Club Largo.

the Ford Cobras one of whichis organizational meeting Wall Jr. at San Diego, Tony the Ukabri Tigers! el me time *r ......" bat Summer In ell, 21 Tory ............, tMMl Tarn HI..'.. I.N S...._., TM MtNckhk The Denny Champaynt ,

equipped with a 7.2 liter (426 for a women's softball league Lena in the Bing Crosby. Juan "". ..... ..... cMtrMt t* the genes Details Tlewe Nerd for Leer .*,.., Hot Mttrhit,1; W.,... CMMT, Jl* leers end "friendship golf tourney" is

cubic inch) eight-cylinder engine win be held Monday at 7:30 lodrlguei In the Lucky Internalonal the l.kalanj tlnUt Star .....11. kit _"' ''. Many .! flee see SIN lew!*. Uwlt, Rojn .... Irawa ettaWtd the Tit* *.>** seep. slated Sunday at Sanford'sSaa
said to be capable of 190 p.m. at the Teen Midway. Tommy Jacob at Palm hi snap tt Tt! tmm takliia' speIae 1 drlllt. Hanky' wh* will pile' C.... Plies. Iy HII..IMocs Francisco Giants May-
miles an hour on Sebring't long An managers planning on Springs. Jack Nlcklaui at Phoenix fair golf club. Entry tee is
straights. The other Cobras are entering teams In the City/ Jacky Cupit at Tucson Mason $le. The nation's top
powered by 327 cubic Inch engines Parks sad Recreation Depart Rudolph at New Orleans Physical Size women golfers will compete
similar( to those used Incan ment-sponsored league should Gary Player at Pensacola and( BOWLING ( Defeat this weekend at Teoucola In
driven by Dan Gurney and attend Monday's ....Ion. Devlin at St. Petersburg. the 33th annual Women'aWestem
Invitational Open golf
tea LiS- Brings championship at Pensacola's
1.e. s sane_ Bay Hall M's, .::::::::: |MIPytnani ( :: new course, Scenlo Kills.
.... .... .. ..21 n .Ie. Valdosta 11-2 The William L. Hutcbesoa
N.10..... team woo aama.slew. .11ne winner.Hay. 505'., 451. For WarriorsSAN I golf course (Carpenter'sHome
lM Nvrv4 anew. AW1 :-... ) will be closed .from
1t:.... untO 11 Saturday .
Ina-lvMual tarlai Ohmla Uolt Ap-"wel 7 a.m. am
S J1.I 224. FRANCISCO ( By JACK FLOWERS and from 7 a.m. to (:JO
LIMA STRISTlOrafnyHltoana had to into Ledger Assistant Sports Editor
w.. Lies go every game as a a.m. Sunday because) of a
Ca Ol HL1 i. Allw aaam :: : :: real physical battle," explained The Florida Southern College Moccasins took the first company golf tourney by the

t riraaalla PanllMra: :::::.... .::... 3 M( ;Y I Coach Alex Hannum whose San game of a two-game series from Valdosta State College of Martin Company of Orlando.Bo .
Mian toaM aaaia ranlhara, ",. Francisco Warriors surprisingly Ga. 11-3. last night at Henley Field. Wlnlnger gave the New
t Mial Has: non bidlvMual Mrlaa aama,. aanthara, Nanay, II2f.Nlakain I ire the Western Division champions -Ivaldoeta.: two clubs will tangle again at 7:30 p.m. today at Orleans press corps a waiting
1221 Lanma NlanaU, 11]. of the National Basketball
,, Henley Field. '63 to mention
Mlah IMoMul tn.m Many Nlaka.OUTHWUT In for falling
brings M' Leon,. MNA.N. 7l!' Association today. second Bush's double a4 : champion .
you -II ;PALMOaCfjtl After losing their first three he (the defending
.. w. Lees "We realized very early our garnet of the season, it was the a single by Robert Creel: I ) was on the scene until
f:: h r ;:::;;:::::: r.: I d: No. 1 asset was size and second consecutive win for Coach The Mocs went ahead In the he got into contention for the
its slight weight inu0.: .... ... .. as na strength. Wa don't have the Hal Smeltzly's FSC nine. It was third with three runt on singlesby 63 title This year when heflew
..... ,. .._ ..
r, N.., team t_m....pot Ma*.inMrriM. skills, experience and outside the first defeat compared to two Oktavec Ken Huebner and into New Orleans to defend
I"H.. ... IMlvlau e.nr, -... ee.tlw hooting of some other clubs. :victories for Coach Bill Grant's Ron James, two walks a stolen his title-he won again

1 :&0......e 1Nrldw.n.A. Mara __, "So we take what we do have visiting Rebell.Rlaht..ader. base and a wild pitch. In -63- be was met by the

OWL..(TTUVM. and exploit It." Cecil Heck el Singles' by Fulton and Oktavec. mayor, tourney queea and a
J ajafhar 117 San Francisco Philadelphia Winter Haven evened hit reo Fred sacrifice escort parade. The
iJ 7VI edged Mayer's fly three police
aLL\c13cG3? \ t sM "=: '5elae.::,::, is% I! I 89-M in the) season finale erd at M In a reute-golag trio stolen bases a passed ball anda mayor even read a jenclama-
Hiah hAde'aama a.dl.rr fewm tai ra, Ia24.Mian ee Wednesday night. The Warriors imptu Hock scattered eight hit batter accounted for three tins declaring it: 'Do '
team tarlat, mnr ,_sir, earned just before the ,..meth.t hits ever the nine lanlags. set more Southern tallies m the fifth anger Day.
... 1..1........ .s..... ... KanMier
down nine VaUostans Mstrikes frame
they were the champions
atrlaa. :aoo Par SANS Lumfar, 111.aaa When Detroit beat St. L"UIII08- and walked four FSC tacked on a lone markerin Scheduled'
( Kay, :SOS The Macs supported Hock at the seventh and added four Meet
.. 96 in Detroit, It eliminated the
for in o>ai
EASTER! Ill.,.Paulina...... .W.I,ly,_lali. IMi Piya Warna lunf Owe.r<,,, Hawks chance to tie for the top the plate, collecting 12 hits oft more in the eighth Hardee'striple Tonight At LW
oil, Jaaa b. ,. right-hander Ray Peters Val- plating one
.e IT* pot. runner.
5ellr. ... taw Km S-lt, M... :doeter starter and loser anJ
0o BarlyiT.. Coach said he
boar Kiitrmani Boston Bews Smeltily
alana CMrW. frtai WiriMaHl IU: :reliever Madison Cullen t southpaw LARS WALES Tin Lake
..11,. KaMNrf T-t. Ovwnint wn..r.e1AalTIMM. would start either' Robert
sW.4 In the only other game, the Roadarmel (M) tr Huebner Wales High Highlanders will entertain
TXa (Irlaara Loot I? Baltimore Bullets beat Eastern Darrel Fulton of Bartow,. Bob (1-1) In ...""ht'.test.. Bush Kathleen flames City
., t Tha Jtmr'IMttaa laar*:::::., 1m ifTha ItNlan I champion Boston 108-9S on GUI Lee of Atlanta, Ca., Frank Ok (M) er Herman Hudson (I") lancl Auburadalt in a track meet
e, TM 71 'ohnaon's last halt surge when tavec of Clearwater and Jim win ,tonight.The .
.Or 'tkt'ltlrlliara, probably start for Val
Hlan. .l.., Tka ( I he scored 2J of his 21 points. Hardee of Plant City were the dosta., An are right-handers I field events get underway
'''i"' I"NNe' .MMd.dalw. JMKne .... Now come the playoffs with big sticks for the Mocs. Fulton except Huebner. at ':30 followed by the
n f. 117.HltN Indlvldwl. ....... leaner Sari5p1150 the champions resting the first, went J-for-J, all singles, scoringtwo Then Is track division at 7 p.m.
/ -. 44*. week with the second and third, runs and bad a run-batted no admission Charge Lake Wales defending South
' At light as o whisper at a price Mee.d.s J.rew FT-e. place teams battling. Lot Ange- In. Oktaveo and Lee had two for the Southern games.vii.aoe.TA west Florida Conference champ.

that's something to shout abouri That's WIDN(1D V>S FIOMTlv I lea plays at St Louis on Saturday Ihlts each. Lee and Hardee both tra tie *tit |tot 4.::U a li a 4ne defeated Kathleen and Haines
.aOINA.TKa(...AiaMiakM. Soar,PraM a Chlra ..... in the first Western game had three-baggers, the only FSCextrabase s.51. sad Stank) HaM City In a meet last week.
our famous SUNTAMER suit of 55% al Taranto ._.. Ml Nwk Mel to determine which will meet blows.
l ,
ar *Mln
Dacron polyester end 45% WON .SOUL-Kim -: {t, *WU,| KaM. -. San Francisco In the beat four Bobby Speck and Llndy Evans FISHING-HUNTING
aytaainta* Ptnna Ml.Mica
M M of seven. led the Valdosta hitting. Speck
lied wool. the shape holding-tat, Wilt Chamberlain scored 36 went foci while Evans wai

wrinkle reiiiting-ett wit you ever low. points for San Francisco and 3-for-J. The only extra-base hi Law Limits

Wo have it in the exceedingly handsome WRESTLING I needed all of them as the Warriors the Buddy Rebels Bush.had was a double by I._

new kidescentaiii saw a 20-polnt lead go
new textured
weaves glimmering and had to FSC spotted Valdosta a one-
ond oil colors from fight to dark In tone. WINTER after trailing 7 -M In the ran lead In the top of the Use Of NetsBy

Get youn In time for Eatferl final period.
+ HAVEN Chamberlain hauled down 33 Valdosta Trims

rebounds In addition to hie scoring FRED W. IONESFlshl"affunlln
ARMORYSATURDAY output and also led the lame I FSC Matters 6.3 Editor

maker-to. in assists with eight. I We've had several Interesting calls tilt past day or two.

: Visiting Valdosta State Collegeof One, from /Bob Rtdgely told of some men "taking fish samples
wearer priced 3995 8:30 Valdosta Ga., handed the from Lake HoDlngsworth for biological purposes" and "land

at only Tonight Florida Southern College net- In," a newspaper sale rack in the process I
WORLD TEAMCHAMPIONSHIP Meet ten their third loss against no The thing that interested us about this was that It was

victories for the season yesterday not a Came and Fish Commission craw doing the "sampling."
A pair tf Softball meetings F3.Larry.
It It was a from clan at Florid Southern
and will appears crew a
olAer tonight tomorrtw Hale the Lakeland native
I r Suit from 29.95 AT STAKE feature three leagues sponsored who hasn't been beaten this College taking rough fish such as gars and shad.

by the City Parka and season measured Tom Anderson The point it that the use of nets In fresh water Is limIted
Steereatkm' Department. of Valdosta Stats C-3. MFSCs by law. The use Of seines or gill nets Is illegaL The only
Tonight at 7N at the Teen other two wins were salvaged exceptions to this would be for crews of the Game and Fish
m. Midway the Commercial by Ralph Baker over Bill to I ..
League will hold aa ergaoUa 'SpuMers 5-T. 7-4, and the doubles TAMPA ". TI tS, >rM r. darak M. ]'>" Mlffl *> ( (t
JUit war law !< > Ill* ikmj aim raw (iM a.aw ear, t 44 ."M MaM NaM,
Pus tleaal meeting. Ttmorrtw at duo of Kale and Roger Levine ..me ...r S 34.S
"CHARGE m" I 7tM ,..... the Church and slammed Anderson and Bill
KIOMUKA MATSUDA Commission or possibly some outfit such as the class at the
AaAIg due .. Slewphcfe leagues wU Met GAIL 1-2. ..
rIr N e .wale..,.1- t.s.,/,. CHAMPIONSDUKE All managers planning .. Results of yesterday's match- college PROVIDED they had the proper permits from the
entering tams ta any el the es: Commission, etc.
i three' batiste shealcl attend Thus we advise all persons witnessing anyone using a
"- KEOMUKA "INOt5P-a..rr M.'., PM a ..-
I that league mHtIn,. -_..Tm, aveie... VaO. t *.5e, til net. gill or seine, to call the local office of the Game and
v/ a>naM4 N. MKtaan
HIRO MATSUDA ..*, I.-.. Tarn tailinr, VaO, aafaM*4. Fish Commission and tell them of the location, etc., UNLESSthe
l., lal apa4-i|, t-M ..l.m.lilkarTtcTtl
d VS. SINSATIONAl I NATIONAL.. MCMKt LU4US... a : -=- persons using the net have can or uniforms carrying the
a iKt szytLSiaT'raranaa 5-M 5.5.0
Summer. Sport Coats COMIINI Of --.../ S T::>. rtt. *faa EDDIE GRAHAM NXriamAL peeswane i"d.t-H It is always possible that persona Dot having marked cars
r + I AtM4)IATWNy MdorcMta I __-II............. p/I, e.5rr .. or uniforms may be Illegal "poachers.1*
From dapper medallioftbuttoned t v i COWBOY BOB ELLIS ( -THa.-Ainilatx.... er.1r>... ,.... .-...._ s/a a/w.-- VI0, 4-...... -
... ...._ ..
blazers 'In solid to Intricate, multi-colored ...N/MN..reel 1.. a\.4-. Ma.w ee. ,I'... "' ": I.a'e We had a call from the Rev. Schului asking tome questions
... :' .t 'H-
i env. a at. M11eeNMN .renYN11. 1
partern.1 Refreshingly lightweight about people taking bait with nets, cast nets and minnow

blends Including Dacron/wool and I Tbs St Louis Cardinals won seines and 'commenting on the flahing.Ht .

Dacron/cofton.pme of them washable ,, ,season series from the Pirates remarked that his wife enjoyed her fishing very much,
All colon and sizes 1b T Colts and Mett 'l... tame and that tor the first time .in her lift now reads a sports
( j)
tally, games to column-yours!I"

ORAHAM lUll Wa have been most pleased over the years to bear of t

1995.to 2.895I I 1 good many women readers.

Tito MOOSBRBoys Audubon Society Lists Season's Final.

I1 Comonvt. UMBRELLA N A note from Jeanne Niswonger. president of the Lake

i TENTS I ti Region Audubon Society reminds us that the last nature theater
}..s of the season be
program may seen at I p.m. tomorrow at
I plw a complete new spring selection 0 DukHoffman. the Lakeland Civic Center
: Mgr The Society win present "Birdwatchers Holiday" by Ruth
of Slacks Sport & .Dress Shirts, Ties
HOUMAS4 Cleveland Crane Jeanne notes there art many scenes of
: Bofo and Oilier accessories game birds, to addition! of count, to the "song birds." All
JerryLondon the programs are worth while.

OnN MOM. & rat vs. Wa have a photo from the Grape Hammock Fish Camp

.A Cnoa Nome fa aere) mg TU 9:00 '.M. us ..* rf djiv_ A oa Lake Kbslmmee of a limit string speckled perch caught
PedroGodoy :(::spice with tonm9ola the first of thle week. Apparently the specks are still hitting
frame Safaty appiooad good dowa there. (They've slowed
4 down In some places we
... ...
v'gM en** wa.r -
GODOT few ".1.".. twit tabrtt.oon hear.)
RINGSIDI 2.00 .<_.> far. II..... brawny *
CempN1m one
UNDER 12 1.50 trim. StakeS sad Wt have a copy of a new booklet which contains lots of

GEN. ADM. .50 I rops5.wSee $1 5.9. figures, some of which we found Interesting enough to past
on. It" published by the Sports and
C t O T N Q Aldt as: MR OlR Fishing Institute 15.
therefore, to be depended
ON SALS At m fee .11! (iiaa t* teals ....
ife..M.amps.I lASS CATCH-l"itll L For example, they figure that tome ST million people went
TONY'S PHARMACY I wwelise Wtttc .. 711 ....., S., fishing in 1M1 Aad that (3 million. people win flab for recreation

Suits she South 15 Fifth St., N.W. t......... ...4. op the 1-,..mc! In the year MOO.
Winter Hevei VETS SURPLUS STORE lack/ MM he ....lIt white fed There are several maps of the United Stales In the booklet

CYpress 3.3344 Sit N. FLORIDA AVI. !rot Las ....... ... .. Wirileen with dots representing various things The map showing dots
On The Corner Of Kentucky & Lemon I HONI MU 1-IIOS I .Nt ... Itit sad Fiakhif c... I for each 10,000 fishing licenses holders shows Florida pretty

SFONSOklD IT i W UKSUNt\. tar. He eel MLes4 assesses t well covered with dots-although tome states, sock u Michigan
/ ft* het are lacker.


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I r LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March II, lIKe 21
'. TIMES [Dreadnoughts Gators List SquadsFor

; \ Houston's Kids :Out To Keep Orange-Blue Tilt

(jAINESVILLE -Oranlle. co- QB-Steve Spurrier, Ken Russell
Need MonsterBy ( Title captained by Dennis Murphyand Jimmy Hall, Pat Willing-
!County Sydney MacLean, facea the ham; Ihb-Allen I Trammel,
..t Blue, led by Bill Richburg and Marquis Baeazler, Tom Tarbert,
E | LAKE WALES-The Lakeland Larry Dupree, in Saturday Luther White, rhb-Jerry Newcomer -
ARTHUR DALEY must be honest 1i night's annual spring football Dick Kirk, David Hiss;
enough to Senior High Dreadnaughts will I
at the of FlorIda fb-GRAHAM John
game University McKEEL
@ .fll j orh thllll that Jimmie was then a more Ibe
out to defend their Polk { Feiber Bud Williams, Steve
TAMPA Clint Courtney Is fielder experienced and better center- (ICounty High School Golf championship Each side will have II letter Koepke,
than I
I hardbitten tobacco -chew was Piersall men off last year'l squad and
tomorrow at the Lake
a hot bat. BLUE
Although he
log throwback
to the ancient the game shapes up as a battle
days of big league ball and only hit nine homers all year, |Wales Golf and Country Club. between the! Blue running game LE-Randy Jackson, Gary
he is now serving u a house he hit six In that one streak .. err -tit The tourney begins at 1 p.m. and the Orange passing, Kickoff Thomas, John Watson Lee
mother of sorts to the beard. I was finished and went backto tt trgir t1Bt and will Include 18 holes, not Is set for 8:13: p.m. Langley Charles Cummings;
less wonders on the roster of the minors. .:. aV 0 36 as originally announced. Squad division, as announced It-Larry Gagner John Thomp
the Houston Colts. He even "A year later I had another Coach M a b el Caperton'sDreadnaughts by head coach Ray Craves, Isas son, David Story, Ben Dyer; Ig-
great spring, but the Indians of. < Jim Benson Jack Card Charles
managed a batch of them in follows: ,
I series of intra-squad had just bought Willie Kirk. : took the team title I Pippin, Sam Wilkes; c-Gary
when they beat the varsity games land. They had to use him. ,, "' : last year, edging the Winter ORANGE Cliett, Ron Pursell Max Blllnskl. -
four straight I went back to the minors Haven Blue Devils, 639.659. LE-Lynn Matthews, Neal I Pete Hahn, Dan Gifford;
"Pretty good for a high was recalled In July and never >\ 't' Individual winner Bill Perryof Sneed, George Reinhart, AI Kettles rg-Bill Richburg, Charles Gaus-
school team, eh?" laid Clint played another game until } ", ., } Winter Haven will not returnto It-Dennis Murphy, John siren, Ronnie Canakaris, Earl
proudly. the last day of the season 1J Preston, Larry Fairall, Tom ,Scales, rt Wally Colson Julian
Everyone at the training "Again I had another fine #\ ";" '. Li defend his[ crown. HoweverlLakeland' Gravesly; Ig-Larry Beckman, 'Johnson, BOB LYLEI re-Barry
base in Cocoa and at the home spring In 1962 but broke my .t.,:, ; Mike Jackson, who Billy Joe James, Bill Holt John Brown, Chip Hoye, Rex Rittgers,
port of Houston is mighty collar bone In making a'diving ,' .,' j' finished second, three strokes Horton; c-Bill Carr, Roger Leonard Smith.
proud of the talented young. catch three days before i behind Perry will be on hand. Pettee. Bill Buda, Wayne Wai- QB-Bruce Bennett Mike Me-
step Paul Richards has assembled. the season opened I was told Jackson Is the only memberof drip; rg-Jerry Anderson, Phil Can Hal Seymour Kay Ste-
I In fact, Richardswas that I would be sent down NICI GOING CH..M'S-Th. winning' Uk.knJ. Law fowling Clu trtbln H.m Neal.,.. the the Dreadnaught foursome,Maggio Bill Hyatt; rt-Sydney phenson; Ihb-Alan Poe Larry
so proud of them late until I recovered. I hit 370 club leap/,, for ..*.....Ift. the newt amble ..u....,. M.lliftl the ,.....,.ti.ft. f.. right I. R. I. returning from last season's 'MacLean, J. D. Pasteris, Ben Sammons, Noel Wells; rhb-
last season that be put themon in the minors for most of the MxKillcr. TKt vlmtlitf' torn, (bit to sight Entry) Desk I.. Spurt***, WilUr Spracklln. They champs. |'Jones Bill Hollar; re-Charles JACK HARPER Jimmy Jordan,
exhibition for two games season but never wan brought the tltit wild 21.11 vlcrorr In the ".1.. (L4gtr Phase By Hughn) WM Lake Wales finished third In Casey, Paul Ewaldsen Don Butch Poland: fb-Larry Du.
advertising them as "the back. Last spring I did well the team race last year followedby Barrett John Coons, Allen pree Steve Heidi, Don Knapp
youngest! team ever to play but Birdie Tebbetts never I Mulberry and Kathleen._ Kelly. Jim McClintock.
DuoIn Medalist TAG TEAM BOUT --- -- -
big league ball." used me when the season Murphy

The old man of the team started When I left for the Races TOPS WH CARD I
was John Bateman, the catcher minors, none of the outfielders Tampa In Phosphate

at 21. The shortstop was sold was me hitting outright.,150 It's Then a funny they TAMPA-A full slate of stockcar Golf WINTER HAVEN (Special- lJ."le' 'til OPEN, P.M.
20... the other three Infielders League Duke Keomuka and Hiro Mat *'
19. One game, Isn't It?" racing is on tap Friday and MONDAYSF1tiDAY
outfielder was 19, the "
suda, the
other two 18. One of the pitchers He spoke without resent Saturday night at the Golden Firing a on.-under.p.r 53 Bob Japanese heavyweights t
ment. But it could be who claim .
that the
was 17 and the other a Gate Speedway on E. fowler Murphy Sr. won medalist honors now >;
Bond will become one of the world
more superannuated 19. Avenue in tag team wrestlingcrown
They "monsters" Richards Tampa. in the Phosphate Golf
won one and lost one, Is seekIng Late model and class B stockers -! League Tuesday night at the will top the mat cardat For His

of"our fun,"kiddie drawled show Richards was a, the lot "I haven't seen him since will turn the third.mile oval' Par-I: Golf Center. the Winter Haven Armoryon ( Su....., )

tall Texan from Waxahachie. the spring of 1960," said Harry at S:30 p.m. Friday with several Point winner with plus 17 was Saturday night. M. 19
"We've made considerable Craft the manager "and top Polk Courtly drivers in Fal Johnson Johnson and Ed Keomuka and Matsuda who
progress but we still need two he certainly was outstanding the field. Capps teamed for 2.man hon- dethroned Brute Bernard and
monsters who can hit the ball then. I'll be delighted if he Clarence and Chuck Rice, ors with plus 29. Skull Murphy in a Tampa
out of sight. makes It. lakeland driving brothers, Bill match will meet the colorfulnew ljjt/rf-
"I hate to admit It," Casey "But the heavy pressure Is Woodard, and Rudy Brinson, all High quartet with plus 31 was combine of Eddie Graham 3
Stengel was saying the other now off us since we got Fox are expected to have their machines the Wellman-Lord team of Johnson and Cowboy Ellis in a two out
day "but Houston looks a lot and Kasko. I won't have to ready for the dual nights Capps, Jessie Taylor and of three falls match. Ellis and
stronger this season" use so many of the kids and of action. Ted Davidson. Capps was Graham are former United
The shrewd Richards has actually can option out four Saturday night's program will closest to the pin.A States team champions.Rito ZEPHYR WEIGHT
Solidified his ball club by of them for the experiencethey feature the modified coupes. hole.In-one was chalked up Carreon of Puerto Rico
adding Nellie Fox and Eddie need in the minors. The I Sunday, the Sunshine Speed- by Jim Harper on No, 17. ta matched against Duke Hoff- '
Kasko two aging professionals outlook still isn't the brightest way In St. Petersburg will initiate Team victories were recordedby man of Detroit in the semifinal sport coats by .
to complete the holding but It sure Is better thanit stock car racing on a fig Alert Refractory, Lakeland and Pedro Godoy of Cuba will
operation he has devised. He has been in the previous two ure-eight track. The Intersection Power, Independents, Norman meet handsome Jerry Londonof
is going with stopgap performers years of our existence." in the center of the track Motors, Cannon Paint and Davl- Minneapolis. Action on the < e
while waiting for maturity Won't those Mets ever get ihould prove to be a tough spot son Chemical No. 1. National Guard sponsored card s
I to descend on his youthful -out of the cellar- ?- lacing begins! at 2:30 p.m. __A field_of 63 om ed.---: will start at 8:31.: The coolest,lightest Jacket ever. Only '

I recent marvels pickups One could of his even more be ---- S'/i ounces to-the-yard blend of Dacron< 1 ., ,, '

more than a stopgap, This Polyester and Cotton. Crisp,

'' would be Walter Bond, 26 wrinkle-resistant and completely .
years old, I feet, 7 Inches tall Wash 'n Wear. Turned out s '
and 234 pounds. Year after
year he was the sensation of beautifully by Palm Beach

Cleveland's spring training but Company tailors In plaids,
has yet to make It. decks and solid tones.ZEPHYR .
"Bond Is a frightening lookIng .
subject$ said Richards, t
a puzzled frown creasing his
heavily tanned and range-rid
ing features. "He can run,
throw and hit I With power. I'm
I. baffled that he hasn't mad It i illL, eaQ .
before." WEIGHT '
I He Isnt alone In/ that puzzlement -
No one Is more baffled
than Bond himself."I .
just can't understand It," TREAD
be said, soft-voiced and well- AP-AROUND
spoken. "I came up to the
majors as a centerfielder and
Junior Sites 6 to 12 18.95 *"
that means I have to be a
good fielder. I've never been Prep Sizes 13 to 20 24.9 .s
fined or disciplined In seven
ss a and there tort 24 Plea .
yeas pro so '
can't be any rap against me W !
on that score. Perhaps this Sizes 34 to 42 29.95 _
is the break I've been waiting
for." Univtmty Shot

If there Is an explanation it
could be that the huge outfielder I
Is one of those flowers "
that bloom in the spring, tra A rugged tire for your
la. He always has been a won
der at training camps and it = A Z'a8J7Z.c3 see/, l? .
will be Interesting to see how .with j
he fares in the exhibition 'r
games in the next few weeks."I .

I I In mannered 1960 came," up and he with related not the at Indians all mild-aggrieved tread design for P .% ? wah, 'n, weaJI,

at the world. "I had
I an outstanding spring and so easier handling /
I started the season In cen .
ter. I went good tailed off

and of It,just Ryne ss Duren I was hit coming me with out For the first time: a premium tire feature at for gfAf PA0

I "So pitch Jimmie In New York.Piersall re- real economy prices! New B.F.Goodrich long Miler 330 11,

placed me in center and I New Wrap-Around tread extends around the If your youngster is rough

shoulder of the tire for and f on clothes, bring him In fora
DeMarse, Boadway improved stability fitting in Palm Beach'Wash '

Cop Shuffle Meet steering response. 'n Wear. Blended to

Walter DeMsne and Wes Tread design on the new Long Miler 330 improves S 1545' look well, wear well, these

Boadway defeated Esther and skid resistance and roads. suits wash beautifully! -
Paul Parsons, 51-17, to capture on wet dry
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with a 26-23 victory over' Virgil long as you you hivt any national credit. assures

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BOSTON (AP-NIck Spinelli.

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LAND L1.DCLR, Thursda March U, 1161


.Of Henry St. Thomas TheStars .

By BOB THOMAS lug an American writer, Edward r 31THEi2P'AMY
AP Movk-Tclevlslon Writer I Anhalt, to adapt the Jean c;; fO ts kit fl

HOLLYWOOD (AP-The relationship Anoullh play, and a Brltishe.
between Henry II Peter Glenvllle to direct It. >
History appears to have been
England and St Thomas of
little tampered with. Indeed, the Jrnpel
Becket forms the basis for an facts need little embellishment.
dKfAAA.dJtNiwrv -
epic new film "Becket star-
He Was Rfght
ring Richard Burton and Peter Carroll
Historians record that Henry Br Rights
O'Toole. FREE THe n m .eA vremTeLr ,Aria miry re.Aewa svannrAe4f rrwix7U u e! As
and Thomas were fellow roisterers OU Will .
It 1 III a fine stirring movie, 5LAVI8. AND -( 7At: I AAtltlrwY CQMMM0, ,
scrupulously written and direct that the king appoints RETURH THE IOOT. wire SOLD pelvIcM RdCxNrf: t3ANLMRFIoVH -- eo WALKl1
ed, and acted In brilliant flowing his friend chancellor and then AMP YUCK DU W/tt/ easyTHE olIts JS wceL -- i u
archbishop of Canterbury, much PAMAGt you
style by the two stars.
Hal Wallli produced "BecketIn against Becket's will. He feared THURSDAY, MARCH II, 1M4 ,
their positions ss heads of state + ,; ca1t
England for Paramount, us-
and church would place them on GENERAL TENDENCIES with yours. Even entertain- e

collision course. He was right. You can wind up much of Interest ment must be profitable for

LAKELANDMARCH One variance with fact appears now and get ready for you as a Leo. So be sure you
to be the portrayal of a fresh start now that springis show your finest talent

Becket as one of the conquered just around the corner. VIRGO (August 22 to Sep. rNCs
! 31 Saxons. Like Henry, he was a Your mind is active, alert and tember 22) Affairs In the badness L +

Gorman. more than ever aware of the world can show greatest
Sponurtd ly D.A.V. "Becket" wisely avoids the need for some pretty definite profit if you take others Into

SHOW TIMES 4 &18 P.M. "Ivanhoe" type of spectacle and course under which to channel your confidence now. Get their
concentrates on the relationship efforts and this is just
I Bwcri OMK 1 Naur S'rliwOin your cooperation quickly. Having
between the two men. Their! I what the doctor ordered for
l MHIIHIMCKIIdrm good credit is highly Impor-
1 10* Adtilti .... love for each other Is undenl you now. Be dynamic. tant.
. DtMrw sues SO. s.lrSO bean
able. It does not appear to
ARIES (March 21 to April
LIBRA September 23 October
( to
unnatural love, though Hen ISHEj Qt.1B 16UenLL t3CssNo.WCw ,.FORTVBlLUON
I 19)) A thought-out courseof
I. IJI.t'UI:1: t.I.T. 22) You have excellent
iaaaitaiaaAaaa." +aa ry's shrewish queen so accuses action for all your daily affairs Ideas and should put the most tkf SNOW SHE raeoR Ott so AND I c.e.r

Henry both loves and hates requires some discussion practical Into Immediate 'operation OIN61N at 'rbJ r -- '" 5TbV1IT, A GLACIAL PEJBCT.I:I IN

cILsX110 Becket for making him think. with associates. Then put new Stop procrastinating.Don't CLOWN) -
The church-state Impasse is re- M9nbl. \) -
system to the test Work methodically be afraid If you make Jut
solved when four knights murder -
relaxed. small errors. It's all in the
he :
the archbishop aa praysn .
is TAURUS (April 20 to May game. M00.
Y his cathedral. But ao great
I the outrage that the king Is required 20) You have to be astute now SCORPIO (October 23 to November

I to do penance at Beck If you want to start on a new 21) You have only to ..
RING II IICIRCUSI et's tomb system that will bring In much adopt a positive attitude In or- Y.w --r- .

Two of England's most accomplished added revenue. Handle monetary der to put Important matters

actors play the two affairs wisely Impress behind you quickly. However,

towering roles, and their encounter business persons with your you must be more precise. :. ,";:'r
I. .
will Inevitably be ability. Work quietly, methodically.

termed a duel. Being suppliedwith GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) SAGITTARIUS (November ,
: ; the more flamboyant role Winding up uncompleted tasks 22 to December 21) Find out

.:,L ... ..., .. O'Toole will doubtless be proclaimed Is best way to spend this dayso what partner expect on mat _R AVENiT A $WERED LoANS I i i.11E
I CIRCUI I the winner. that personal alms can soon ters of policy, then show your
.... 'N "'" loyalty and ability. Come to =STION r
i be yours. Later, analyze post- QUE b'
The vanished Anaszl Indians: lion, home conditions, well Intelligent decision with oth

EUROPEAN of WetheriU Mesa, Colo., built See where to make changes. ers. Stick to fundamentals. a
PERFORMERS apartments with prefabricatedmortar MOON CHILDREN (June 22 CAPRICORN (December 22 k
ft I I Ir
ANIMALS ELEPHANTS blocks, had indoor latrines to July 21) Every opportunityIs to January 20) You can get J
5 SIIO.DOD tal-SZ.500 Dull Elpesss tamed turkeys, drank presented now to assist one much done if you are more C} -

from ceramic mugs and smoked you' like who is fraught with practical, painstaking. Show : dAL
cigarettes.The worry and fear. Get private that you value precision. Then \
matters handled l quickly. fellow workers quickly cooperate

DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN Dominican Republic, Leave time for bigger pursuits with you and with real

<:30-SHOW 7:30 scene of a military coup, occupies later. enthusiasm.
Tonight's The Night the eastern two-thirds of LEO (July 22 to August 21) AQUARIUS (January 21 to
T. G* Out T. A M..i.l the mountainous green island of Look to that good pal whose February 19)) Your particular

Hispaniola. Ideas of a good time coincide talents should be appreciatedby

FIRST RUN SHOWINGI I they the can right be If people you are now charm-, and Tips Given For Switching To Pipe Smoking I II

/ IF YOUR WIFI CAN'T COOK Ing Set II P appointmentsearly. ; I

Then follow
DON'T SCOLD HER with alacrity By FRANK C\ REY I I had been a cigarette smoker, Maybe chewing on I pencil velop a "smoking rhythm"

STARTS TONIGHTI KEEP HER FOR A PET AND PISCES (February 20 to WASHINGTON (AP) I've for about 30 of my 54 years would have had the same ef which will help you keep the

March 20) No better time than witched from cigarettes to pipe when the report of the surgeongeneral's fire lit.However.

All New Thrills EAT AT THE this to make Improvements at moking. If the national production -I committee finally fect.At any rate, I've found a pipeto your pipe has other
of matches and fluid
home or reach greater han lighter advantages beyond smoking
mony with kin. Open your doorto keeps steady, I think I might prompted me to try to quit.i be such a pacifier.I've pleasure. In subfreezing weather -

Never Seen those who can lead you to make It stick. had been reporting scientists picked up tome tips about It provides a bit of heat for
O.T. STEAK HOUSE greater advancement B* wise. Keeping the pipe burning requires treatises on the health hazards pipes and the art and science the nose; and, cradled in the I

IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN so much time and concentration of cigarette smoking for years of pipe smoking. hand, it can prevent frostbite) I

I 'SAMSON"vs TODAY, he or she will be full I've scarcely given a without giving up cigarettes.In Here's a rundown: If you want to cheat and
All Steaks Broiled
( Charcoal )
of clever Ideas and will wantto thought to cigarette fact some of heaviest Keep your new pipe clean still masquerade as a self-dis
put them into operation very Pipe Smokers Clannish my 'hllel but you'll never really enjoy It ciplined aoua cigarette

We Cafer to All Kinds quickly, but you must early Besides, a variety of compensations smoking has been done until you build a layer of carbon crumpled up and shoved Into \

teach that precision and thoroughness have come to light. For writing such stories Inside the bowl. the new pipe's bowl tastes just. 1
Of Parties are most important When the words wouldn't I You'd do well to line up a like a cigarette.
JiI as well as getting the goodwill There's a cameraderie come the way I wanted themto stable of pipes-one for every
of those one 1* to deal strong it was comforting to light a day In the week to assure Friday Only -
smokers. freely -
I OLIATFI'I A Sandwich or A Meal with. Be sun to send to college among swap pipe tobacco and pipe They clean- cigarette and Inhale deeply. keeping all of them cool smok I

For Reservations Call 682-9189 and then the chart I II successful en-end they welcome a novices Maybe, too, there was an aspectof ing.Don't FISHDINNER
especially In the field though he were a lodge having something to do with rush your smoking; and
wherever swiftness hands. don't chain smoke. If do,
of selling or brother, Generous with'.advice temporarily Idle you
OPEN 5:00 P.M. of thought Is necessary offer you'll wind up with a tongue
to neophyte., they even
CLOSE 5:00 A.M. B.Y.O.B. that feels like red ants had beenat
snakebird tips on pipe smoking by wearers Lynda Bird Is It. I
EVERY DAY The Florida Everglades -
I of false teeth, which I have
(anhinga) swims with i lit Never Inhale you'll blow
Highway #33 North take Dssien lakeland, Fie body submerged and it* long: escaped I've regained so far. a measure of 20 Today; your hat off. CAN EATIECICERD

neck like a periscope. Planned You can never hope to get
up In the of
youth eyes my Party over that ceaseless match- DRUG STORE
who say: "Dad, you look
.r Lakeland Welcomes/ positively collegiate... WASHINGTON (AP) ThePresident's pipe scratching smoker; It's has Just to bear.a cross How.a Grew Pk. Shtpplag Center it I
older daughter. Lynda t
ever, with practice you'll de-
Central Florida's Own "Beverly Hillbilly"BUDDY AT THE THEATERS with Bird college Johnson examinations, rums 20 today rather -

than celebrations on her j jI
rods ':'f/I.m"A"'H Lora lad A Tlm mind. .I
1. rx. In th. DM*.", /
HOVl THUTIII "She was handed the worst
EBSENHILARIOUS T Terror d.. thrown MturdMl "CumHf itUi. birthday present she could get

LAKaLANe. earat. from her professors-two tests'
TideC end .nd
aloe, of.l.bnon1. ud "(tenontod on Friday," a family spokesman
*' 7g0. IO:15 JED CLAM PITT & BEVERLY Ibo r-OLN 51. Olrl TMtUTI.. explained Wednesday.Lynda's 111'r
Todd, Uinum' .."' ,.... Map Order farewell to the teens
SAMSON11i HILLBILLIES-BORN AND BRED IN .ride OXT TMMTI' "' ...*) was thus destined to be a rather ,
TM Tomorrow
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THESE HERE PARTS r > ud BIH., MOON of too DHIVI Hiioni,INADBDRND : quiet affair. Close associates:

Toes..ialtatlon 1.,'0"t Llt.tn., .,... ou.' aDd say she doesn't like celebrations,

SIME *o.N.a&- 'aWelk e.Me. anyway.And, she was reportedly devoting .I
wild ." and "el- ',"" lIor....
AvoN fS2 -xu.w. *U-iV Wit much of the day to studying -

seA R"TQw-O I/ 'Fr.m.iur.urlftl for the exams in American'
QUITO and 'Cry at:MtU.tiNia 4't
a .. crry Plat. H m.r mo sere Government and English l ,
o ."ud Doll..l. Condi courses she takes three days .1
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DEAR ABBY: I am 49 and have been going with a 51yearold proportioned. She strings a clothesline across her FRONT
man for the
past two years He has been wonderful to It Is her and
porch very embarrassing to see flimsy nightgowns OLD TDVJN HC7USl,AND UtHIREKNSERVWNTSr DIF'FERENCE'AFTERYOU
we. He takes me to nice places and buys me lovely things. He all the underthmga that women wear flapping In the breeie. TWO? HOW MIH T M/O //'LL BASS 1/OU iw MARRY HIM,WrU.

asked to marry me, so I took him over to meet my son and What do you suppose she la advertising? ABOUT SOME TABLE, 14ANDS.501VKRi OFF CON MY NEPHEW,AS NEW C SPLIT HIS MONEY.?OH

daughter-in-law one evening. Well, It seems my daughter-in FOUR DISGUSTED NEIGHBORS sIR. YACREEPJI' VORK'S LEADING Taus MILLION FOR1K7lj ONt

became Interested In him (she Is 28) and I was told that she DEAR DISGUSTED: She la "advtrtUlng" the fact that she DIMTTANTt. FOR

called him up and Invited him over when her husband wasn't .baa ao clothes dryer Neither .has aha a man te set up a clothesline cI.

home. My son travels three days a week so she has a clear In her back yard.

field. I notice when my son Is out of town, his wife la never *

home and I can't find my friend either. HI takes me out DEAR ABBY' I can understand how one of those store-

only when she can't go. They have three little children: Abby bought "ACCEPT MY SYMPATHY" cards would be acknowledged I.S

and now I feel guilty for taking him over there. Mihough she with an equally Impersonal printed one stating, "The

ran after him, if my son finds out he will half-kill my friend family of --:-- wishes to thank you",But Abby, when Mt"W

I need this man because we had plans of marriage. What a person goes to the trouble to write an expression of sympathyin 0

should I do? his own hand don't you think he la deserving cf a personal

HAS TROUBLES "thank you" note?

DEAR HAS: Drop your friend and tell him why. He'll JUST WONDERING
undoubtedly pass the word on lo your daughter-in-law and It DEAR JUST: Yes But I am In the minority. I am amazed / WB CAN FIX THAT*

might scare lime sense Into them. A woman with a two-timing al the number of supposedly well-bred people who do net know IS IT BECAUSE YOU / WITH A GORGEOUS
friend doesn't know what trouble la until she has a two-timing that one original hand-written sentence U more meaningfuland CANT WEAR A HAT THAT I FROCK,WHO SAYS
hwband. ( In batter taste) ,than the most elaborately printed. or .. YOU HATE VOUR V A HAT WILL BE
engraved message. HORNS, MOON V A PROBLEM?
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DEAR ABBY: This la being written by FOUR women who CONFIDENTIAL TO "RELIEVED" The letter to which fN 1r
wjYORE -
| are all In agreement on a neighborhood problem. There Is a you refer could not have concerned your husband. It did

[ young, widowed woman In our neighborhood who Is very well not ceme from any of the cities you mentioned.PUZZLE.
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lest Borgnine! couldn't come to the actor could testify In I II!,. nnnnnnn Yesterday's Cryptogram 9A l+.

court, so the court went to 01,525 breach, of contract suit Beatles' beat beats all
7 E a S E l Y S" A I 5 It 0Y
Borgnine. against Twentieth.Century Fox

Superior Judge Kenneth E. Arlington Productions Inc.,. IIlt/"

Sutherland of Los Angeles wentto headed by William D. Coates

Studios the Universal where Borgnine International Is is suing Fox claiming! breachof NEWS Of RECORD/ I A'

a 1961 contract to finance a
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,............,... III ANhn Tito To Shun C.U."IIO ,..,. ... Jarrfdlvarea A.ro, Lnl.+ Dltd| Klrkland Jr. If, UHTHomia 1/
: ===:;.O: : :'MfarM' Of S..OiTOMORROW L.k.l..d Ir. 0lSbOtO 71.50. 17. 1 YWHATS 1 t
_": ._ und. Plane, "...... .L D.a5dteMM Cauncll Lantrord, M, Lak.
_ThIN u Summit ParleyOf [ 5O."...,_...d, diver-.-. .nd..pd uan0. Corolhr tiada WUk.i, 11M
11,__ Off P.5, Ann xrlw, ... ... sort R"". p"Na
MORNING Red Leaders rind r.. dl..ro.. earn MCD"NII. _..... adtl K IlMKILIER t
D.rld RKlea al .i at al 5L VU e SroW 4
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1 ...,IWi1M tltlaAIMrt .
.1i4-_..YMOOi .... BELGRADE. Yugoslavia (AP) ..11I..""" .. tf n II A rtI.oI":: 1CnnneN' .(....... M4r
._ .taM Wftm ... LawaM at ... final daaraa auwtlodLallld aN, '.".' 5e.. .
T.. H.._.... -Foreign diplomats say President 1I1..u. L W,.,. 4.atrl5.. .,d.. 01
.b n. Mil Puma final .obo"
-N.. ..55..1 Iw Tito has a political Illness '... dWOr1 C.rnll. e. ."Iht. ......., 0rda
.- ... O.M.wwlMlsIJiTM that will his attendingthe Toy a.dM.oN ... fM>. a. Maotftm ':: Nwltl/n. uthrntle.N4 ,
I' ns-An'o-I- ,...._ prevent II..* 1'I> m Lconird M:ilUr .=. .r> "
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AM -.M7050150W Communist summit meeting R. Wlta SaHI*. ::' """"'''
and,51nd d..r.. dl,0.... Y ':> h.a.ranTurt.r., 4euNd'
A/TRRNOON Soviet Premier Khrushchev Is u.,.... LIU ... Aocldaaj,' twurtaed Ca. dw nM'Wwln/arabn -
...... ... Loacm Hunt .. VI. IIDal I 1I., t D. dratiMd. orM1 .f pm.Nrr .
11.1 InaNadSt expected to hold In Budapest '''* Inor4uiO..rrr N".
-- end of ? to4u1.n bP"DOn i.. herd taard Lord p0,5Y. dswd.. ordor
'f::::: ::: Hungary at the the I.t nm ''" of ..., NOT H THAT
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_-NN.s"i_ sM _...... monr'j.Tunjug\ Putnam at ... 1.01 daertaMurial IorMelo.ln. .1 .... .. CW\PLAiN PHONe NUMBER f BOOK, PLEatS
a 1 t.wn.wIwwiad... the official news I ova Uaphliw u.Ra a lltb.rkanilnd NdN se.ndMdmlnuirilton., c>4 11,.... .......... rdw IR YqU iVtlR Ls C.Feel. .

a.s--MN.i.- O M tA'.rNa.e' I II announced yesterday the. laata to M>rla. Dimltk ., ",.,... O uo"oIf. 4_....|. Mu I LIIC
/0i.w agei cy. I 'r ef iroiuii,
i! := S... 71.y sar-old president has gone to at Hilioa tatlia Conor ... DoI.I Anna,> RiodiMt d_..... Mda N RECOaNgNANO
wdrd "Irnafd c..Mfr arddr 'han.'.' non U"'nlloft, WANT
-Ml-Tho--.- I Brnnl, his Island retreat off the I "me ta Hlltad t*.na anntlt and JoN.h aptus Corr. d a.d, .rd.. NSLP', il7tl IMa / o
,,'. NSwrMwi I Dtla Richard Ns.aL.Jddr ...alAtln..dwlnlanbr: C. I. A.
a I si-.p. ,........ Yugoslav coast on the advice C. air. minor' ire 'o. larlOardnar
-0 -....... of his doctors for "treatmentand I .A. tHI. at ... llaal ...... diiut.Id MAGNETS NI09T r / ,
foil, lie n o. A. CWN OR OAY I iP
rpt ., C.4., al UkliwCOUNTY Poles of a magnet always occur I.r I.

A-l RADIO | Thel' announcement gave no COU.T In pairs. When a magnet la e
details of Tito's condition, but Mirr'N L.0. broken new poles near
SERVICE i 'K.r* Rlrainnr n AoMradaK, and appear ,
&. .TV i he has been very active thla Ttrfw Emilia Ha,,1... a*. the break so that each piece contains S '
0.05 '..'.' Randall W.,..... >4. ; 3'19
...N. .t. month and there has been no .nd ....... "...... ...AU..I the same number of poles A WtkkZ
M ......
.1..a1..... .11 a.ssilp .. r
tar Mil indication be was not feeling urr : ." N. each kind according to the
.,.... ...... nits I. H C.k..oa.adi.r0s Yae &.\ ._.... Encylopedta BrItannica.
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; SJ Thursday.tAKET.AND March II,tFDGER IM4 For Tomatoes PotatoesFlorida's
\ Season Begins ,

Rye Dressing firm red tomatoes part of everybody's diet beginning So let fresh or canned Florida 2 tablespoons WoMMtenhlra
with babies only a few add variety, col- sauce
J Escort are In season In March, and tomatoes :2 teeepoens Hit
Tasty week of Orange Juice
the thin eklnned white-fMftted age or, minerals and vitamins % teaspoon pepper
and tomato Juk*, easily taken
To Ham SliceA Red BUM potatoes begin their are splendid supplement\ your menus! Here's a good Skin fresh snapper fillets, or
annual season which reaches in deficient diets. suggestion. thaw froeen ones. Out into 1-
:1 lu peak In "prll.Throullhout Florida pioneers long ago inch pieces. Fry baoon until
thick and savory smoked the Lenten sea- brought to Florida the now lightly browned in large kettleon
., ham slice given an escort of ryes ion, these two popular vege- Pope Advises famous Pine Bark Stew, ao range top, or on, a preheated
bread dressing balls makes a tablei will be In plentiful supply called because It was original barbecue grill Add onion,
s cook until tender. Stir
memorable meal with little fuss. ready to add tine flavor Protestants ly cooked outdoors in a black catsup, potatoes, sea tomatoes I
and nutrition to the nation'smeals.
With a glance at the recipe .They are favorites with washpot over a pine bark fin soning. Cook gently 30 minutes
you'll recognise the of Need PastorsROME ,
every good cook because they Like any recipe traditionalto stirring occasionally Add
preparation, and there's no last team 10 well with fish', meats an area, there are dispute fish and continue cooking unpotatoes -
minute rush to complete this and other vegetables.Hard (AP-Pope Paul VI about the exact old-time reci are tender.
to believe, but true the Makes I servings Sprinkle
main entree. Home economists attended Lenten services at And old-timers not
Announcing advise baking the ham In an Florida's famous sunshine Church of Our Lady of La Sa pe. this version,may becauseit with chopped. parsley Just before
does more than give touristshealthy a approve aervllli.Official
f The FiniAnnual open roasting pan, using a rackto tan. The warm weather lette, then gathered a group of' has been somewhat slmpli- '
hold the meat up out of the during winter and spring youngsters around him In front fled for modern-day user
I '' "' drippings. enables Florida farmers to goa of the altar. I But the baste Ingredient Firedog
HAM SLICERYE BREAD long way toward feeding the 'How do wa meet the Lord?" are much the same-and so Is Has Never Been
I I DRESSING BALLS nation In 1961, for Instance, the hearty, heart-warming
I asked the Pope. taite. It may be made with
47 per cent of all fresh market On Fire RunsDANIA
I 1 smoked center-cut ham tomatoes purchased nationally "We meet him through the other kinds of fish fillets, If
PROGRESS slice, cut 1 Inch thick from November to Church," some of the children Florida red snapper is not
1 egg, beaten June were Floridagrownwhopping -a available, but the snapper (API-Flash, a black!
:2 teaspoons prepared mustard 662 million pound.1Actually I replied."There gives it that Just-right flavor. and whit speckled bound, his
:3 are some who say 'I the to been the firedog at Danla fire
tablespoons water the tomato is in Why not treat family
R., .'.'f EDITIONTo VJ teaspoon caraway seeds season In some part of Florida have the Sacred Scripture and this famous Florida Pine Bark station for seven years, but she
ft cup chopped onion almost the year round. It is t read It by myself. It Is Stew during Lent? has never been to a fire.
:3 cups soft rye bread crumbs one of the most common yet enough. I do not need a Pope Southern Pine Bark Stew When the alarm sounds. Flash
Mix together egg, mustard and most valuable, of Florida 2 pounds red snapper (or races out to the driveway,
Be Published or a Church. Who the Sacred
1 water. Add caraway seeds, vegetables. says other Florida fish) fillets howling all the way. She stands
onion and crumbs. Mix and One cup of canned tomato Scripture Is enough?" the '/} cup chopped bacon there, guarding the entrance,
LAKELAND LEDGER i shape Into S balls, using about Juice or one medium-size tomato Pope asked. I V/t cups chopped onion while the firemen get dressed
I 4 cup of mixture per balL Place provides half the recommended "The Protestants," repliedthe 4 large Florida tomatoes and mount their engines.
tarn slice and dressing balls on vitamin C Intake children. skinned and coarsely But the firemen can't wait for
Saturday, March 28th a rack In an open roasting pan. for a man per day. They are "Yes," said Pope Paul, "but chopped Flash to run back inside and
Bake In a slow oven (300 F.) also fair sources of vitamin on the other hand they, too, 1 cup tomato catsup climb aboard, so every time
i IT'S TIME WE TOLD 1 hour. A. have a need of priests and pas 2 cups diced Florida they roar away and leave her
Four to six servings. Tomato Juice should be a tors." Red Bliss Potatoes behind





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"tflll' s3IISIP_ Wanted, remote 42 Builittis Oppertualtlei 97 Artklet Far Sale-Mlie. 101 Furniture & AppllaMM, 121 Mobile HNAU

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trtiliri tat uiw 1 bedroom Bonn THREE ROOMI, or with
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tloono.t rmunli BIMtnlui Own til
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do hiih itrlloi. &I..'. 5571150:I. Club bUM. 340 Kant m.7in .Ull. MO 1-41TB MO 1-1101
Baton in lot 11011. 100050145 ...... M3-J431 FURNITURE \ 1- 4IUPPBR o
BUSINESS SERVICE lb....... CtalorTampa TO BPACBB .. Ik. atrdta ontatorr ,1 TWO btdroomi. UTIWroom ICY'S ROOM btOM, m btlhiDondtlontr ,

4 Last and Found w,1I1'ID 0011. .lrl. ...1110 .1 ,MOD Ilk. OOtHO builnM will wolM mtlon ol tho LtktltndMnwrloJ A Appliance Exchange MOBILE HOMES kllcnin, blU otdar ilotiuNitr SIP tnd ihtdt. lit
I psPtoorohlp. trtia Onrdr CtmiUrj. Bill. Johnuin .... Pkut
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BUT BELL. ltd ttoui luni tn( ON Ml Boko lOfflOMW.H more money makes ;
...rtf.. food Dill MU 1-4111 and mall inunn Pn* aitl. a lot of difference. OUT BUILO. Mil, "II..... PH/ 2 bedroom ROOM sod bath. Will.lo- North UN CoaMt htun. Stint Oil tl
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lit ....... Culborio HotdwiroTRABDrO pal,. 01 ....t... bIb Auto Easy tad VA dor it.... PInto Mort- 105 Jtwtll'f will rarpotlni PariS Aiairlcaurnlluri .. u.ai4t. tnlr
Eloolnlo. .... dignified part or full time NECCHI 210 ZAG MulU. loutS But.
BTAMPB tlnhawtdbouiht. ;;: 10. PI.rId. a... rioitdi KM 5. Plo rld $3790 ; .
'1"" .... Ml Bait Lun.. P00.. 110 .UOl work provides good extra :.Ac.1: -U7_ ,WB PAT ...... diamond told TWO Blfl 15.100. T.. ...
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Road. lls-4011. Brap.rlM. phano OI141IIMOHltUaU .... 3.J1.
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kodiproadt ill* MAITRIIII Write AVON Manager PURCHAlt013."i.Till SItYIIII DIAIIOND br'dol 101. Llk. Lakeland Florida NIC* DUPLEX and larua apar- PVRNIHr
lonrtAulUlu II.NOV.TINO 1. Oonpltto "balMieo 171 90 .... Ilnool,
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Aro "" 00. 1 bar toad nortMtt. Turn ovtr boo MV HIM
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., ....pl.. .. tbooio from or carp. tat Muik XWMHt W. BUY '.'I.U. .10,5.. wsAh,. CAMPERB OALORB NlW 1004CboonnolnI RIAL COlA uwir. Two adult. ICItT PVBNUHEO two bed.Hnuw .

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Ward 51111.pour 0t4 Bourn Aranu
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\ AUTO INBORANCE. Bad .. p. pslolp0545. TRAIN TULL .. v..,. 197 riumbliti SuppltnMontgomery rolet pickup, and new 1.1I.lo. ..... MorWn Orln Pbono NU 131 Rent MUcilloMOMCOMMIRClAb
no Inninnott Einlwitnmi to.tldont Ph... Slit U. .1103.to sa santa. It PIP : LIBRARY ...'..1..1Apol' 71 ,Firtlllitr fnd, Sell I..."" kilo, "....'0....... ill L...... with l'r... Lliti 3-JII. fe ,

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DODYB PABRICB Holl. OROUND PLAY ..... Pp.0 lout 005 Tellowitono trailerfwraploto I' drcorattd. .irr ..,. Plo, turolihod or mifurnlilitd rtplut.I .
Florida. Oolni out .3032, bulamPlUerni North. EMPLOYMENT YOUNG AND ......11... 0001 '1. 0011 ..I.... lratd 1300 ...... QUALITY RECONDITIONED workuniform GET A GAS HOT WATER Bleept. four. Brand .. MU n.imiMALL Mud _J... 1117 Soot Mou -
..,. Pal O...... MU 14031Dnla for moo. all HIM and 11.1. 12 173 Our pit Solo II ill .
lot .... .u_.. etoBELRODO ioU salt I000PIOSIO ... HEATER FROM WARDS II MODTRN l.r4. .10 _
colon. II 00 Ptr '.'1, PlO Arli. HI C.ruII '.m.. New. Iliti ..lon. .1
110. 52 Help Wanted 0.00,0507 Jolt I.loGun. .b. CLaMS 'OBpaAn lOb' hr A...... 500.55 from Oonll..blolC. Hays Hot Water When lo II.oil. Btv* .0 hen. 1M4 ,aria UOMU, top .d.ll. 1' IIP'IIIINCY 1(11.
-OIVES Intlant rolltflor 000u 17 50 "' I..L Also .... sod dill lit fIll.I Corn..... 'ub..d. a,.., romper. liita fop Ltmon. PKont MO .710, 111 'urnl" ...

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Hall OPIHINa for lollibnill. nl.h",. A..I' .Is .._.. Wh'rl sos ...11.. IniUllatM BalH. Eo Main .' .
B K.nnol-l cow PllIITlLIZIIa I 0' ..I.. 510a tiUO sIp 000prooeq oo"blbtd.Will 101 Ian,. ,..d. Bmtll .hld. IM 100ttallln. D.n" 1.IIIDI.. ...
tributor, 3IU North florid A.oB porlioeid oiltH-eMlilir ptnonml.. laroln BalMlodlit alllna ..., wind HUI.III.' Drm.. ta 1413 UbMoodLADY 1054. dill .... Pr.... Nil a- Mil .b.... MU I.1747. 117 N. Kentucky 81.. Phono S-IIIO. ., MU .302..

Malt ttacb hilp Ait 11-40 Ap- 0.17.I. 30" IILBCTRio r..... lonllnO,00dlOlo.s. MU 2-S103 FOR BALE:: two I.... mobile COITAal 'ND boot spsrtmt, FOR 111 or IxtM. IF t...M.
LIB .1.,... and photo In.. pinoniul olllot. Mail Broth W. PlAyS 1111 .1. 5150 rock 1&1. Pho. 'B8..I. hnntt, U.10' with ,.505500. rIns 01010.II tulilohod. Post 4 o M Wo bidraomOHM
no. .._..bl.. UI Lo' 1.uhilonIno. :.i:. WANTS 000511 shIll out. 011040511. ..... .04 tri ...... prltatt onood rouplo, b. .. -...chlldnn !. .. bu torn owl u
) aomeone to Call MO .-_.. II CURIO loot rtlrlnrtlor. 140Coraoola 101 Mann t MusIcal hit 1.10. I. II I, .....n.n .....dl.L.b. mil for nllrad ." Ill 1w. church, I 111 lot Hit. tl>0
TOP rlOTCH-OoebUUI bartaadwpplf ive in and ihara drink ton,. ISO. OHwitor I.adooopnl sod tneq. man. in.14 IITHREB "ur' pop oiooUi. lotimn 111 MOHIMO.
'l'lUAL OPPERI Alt tAo 0011 ... .,... I 00 p m. onlr k.. expensea anOUND PEAT II ..b'. plod .1 htator tll. t tail Iron .. .' 1. '0 ten boos. Uirto budmim
lot 000 0.04 toP 5 miS. $100.Cuhllon. sod Cocktail .*.n... Plant Clip in my home. ,..d. BOM Pnl Companr, 4111 boUt "It. 510. 110 horoo 00OPWa0om 1 HEAR 3all. LAROB roomi, clo, ,. M 5050, r''I.hl or C,
loll WI1IP lao-viol. .,'.I.." HUH Bl.d. IM.1714, .''lOOtrlt 050db,, 01$. I UAP.LITTI .J.IO I.. bodPmm. lorM, thowtn modtrtto ranmmacultla .. I m In 171
P1011 ....llIt, ARHIcn: FOB tAo Orlando ... H P. lou bIOS .,"_'" ooton.I10 I THE NEW LOWREY 11 to .0155 510115 Ip.Supoltrs adului. Ml Bout PIT month. Ll..d.WntIhll
Omit ball la Uktlond olio A. Toll VIII luIp It..... MU 'JO. $8J-4 .5. CombttMOUBETRAILER Ml.*OI4iuontd .118.... tOo .. _.. 00mhlt., .
ANTED: ANY.'... ., talent urndalo. Mo ... .....\. Small CALL MU 8-3583 72 Ftiwtn S tdi. riant 14000 1 WITH AU'TOSOATTOOrICOlaTSIA o 8' .l Pnn.I..nl. ''I' .... lOS ..
.... ttiit ...bl. ...,....... Btrlnihood nIt bond ", .'rood. Call T...... coomou HAL' DUPI.IX. i.n, sIr 000. .rlll" Ps lIt, .nlb.'Y.I. .
Silk .ID.." wanted dl,. Prldaf Monday to 1. YOU PLAT OMHIOtOith 50101. I 00.11... 10.d. otMUIl tunnrr .ll'l 50 lOP ls'si
AIMaraalouri t "O" IALB Afrlcln tlolltl. 11Rtlti lllh.n. .. bIhwa, fnnnbo.
,.. .
to Sod, fa Mr. mitt CT 3-414. Wlnur ... row runt Ili41111.""- 0,0.10. Clttn Tnoll.oONE I rtwi. AdulU. l.nln. IH .
ArUlleltl u.,5
b''MU"'l. 0010 orrtnitminit. ..11..11. rour ont-aott Aubnrndtlo. Will 1.- Ion 5300 ftPmonth
ii. limit. r. H..... 54 Help Wanted, Male MU ....00. Xo Buodar Singer Style-0-Matlc I lull thord 4io.t niiodrbaeotiM tlorou Pak ail 614 Prtncli ..I H. O. 1.01.. Dlnl'iAol.

WAIITIED: ANT Shod oC 101..1Aclll o5l55. Iron Uii mrr flit tow. INIFISOCO. ..r...... 506 01,5', 1..II. IOU
tItan dolabil 1t..1....... ...,.. ".101. ...,.. oiorhlnl. Would sal lllIAa PLAY ONLY prl.PRIY'T. ions. _... lilt Mob,, 011050 ..BIJ.
BUILDING TRADES bead with .1 Oloru ........ .Ito 7) Ftodt, Fniiti, ViffbltiFRUIT ISo nipooibll' ptrtr to tokiootr Tim WANT PMUUflll ItllH IOWOB kllb.., bulk. Coannltnl ... .. Aubiiroa.il WO '-. .
..,. .
.nto MOO
par nttKM diipitri ntlihborbood, Coupl onlrIJ
0,500000 04 .nto _
eon 701 U.IlmIl. '
Pho.. ProfessionalInsurance 00..1.10 b..n.. 5115 30. Sold NEW 40'xlO .3.l'3.
IIU 5-1217. OIIA001S OSAPI1CUIT. 'lek' CANNON MUSIC CO. UZ Apart. Houses
'or Inol $211 eo. Pboo. 'Ba"137. Ho'a..
14 Building, CarpenterlneKOOPIMO 41117. W. ..... Do...,'.. SnlouStin 301 .. 010,161 A... 500414'Op. One bedroom TIRES ROOM apartmant Lllh

-... .. 1514., _,n.. loll watar Ilirnlihod. III wi.kIU ARK AVINUB BOMt .. ,

). WINDOW*, aiuminu; TO PROVEWE CompanyOf POa BALB BM or 1005. l.ls.l.uo.' nosi .. .. .. .. '3" 10ulIU MATCHINO ITALIAN Proflnrlll 61114ICI '...., L.k. Wolol. P. .,.... !!0

0I.1D8. wnkM. npalri. ollorouw. ri. AIM .hl...... Woolirt fruit HI.b balk 'od... $1550 ...<.|. Baldwin. piano-on.n. "BII $3436R LOCATION doss soS I... Low ..thl.. l>. dill.
M Booth .. par. B-I ARE BETTER Jacksonville sund, 1401 north Plorids. .llYOUNO II u 10 plan III". 0..In..." *.... In.. 100 South .1... '. Larit elnut ipac. >M foP rttirtdmti 504 sInklol
Oantrattlni 00"'-...,. I...... THAN THE REST Fla. IOU. 500,0 .loll .. ......... 17511 FlarUa ."... MU 1-3111. & B MOBILE' HOMES Adul. Pirkini. Witaf ,* .1.... road .nU.bl.
rnoM uu -i2ia A. ...... II... 530 05 000 ..0,1,1 51I Cannoiroom 'Eti5IPl50 Ol.'LAY
...., MU t-ioti P. BUI. Wilt place aeveral agents tot lotoen TURNIP. 'II b000tol and.. Loktl..dA. eollardiUndu 550000P.Sf ...11_. .. Ill Uit'S 1639 W, Memorial Blvd. ArrRAdTtvi, CIII0IIPUIo

CARPINTIR 'LOCK nnUninh Put Us To The Test and one area manager In 00050. .....'" l. $1.5... ... ,..1111... 54-I. 10 55. .1.0. 110 teilBurinl EqulpmiMlIJIM71 Lakeland Florida ... ...1. Clean. .. ir"l
50,5. Iloplda moos, ,... .11. 71.4 b. ialI.5 oos000to ill utlllim lurnlihed Ineludlni
....... MO -l0 new offices In Lakeland 76 050 U ICI MACOOINI, P.I.dOl. Alto utomilli Puklni IU
pl | 100. t4' 10 .." .... .1..11. ... .. .
Manager will receive aal I thIns 1,155 .I. ... $1.10- NICE CLIAN 31 boUMtrallilBouttt looaCLOU.
REGISTER NOW FOR sOl .. ... .. .... .. .. .. ItS. I.. .1oOI drol' boll bOi. too 0000. of Eaton. ..
17 IxtermlRatlrij THE JOB OF YOUR ary overwrite and commlaslona I HARDY SOD CO. 000. u.... n'. ........ Ill 00 I..,. .. Pboo ... PotorsSts 4ltll at arow Tralltr Pak IN three room. olf".
liSp sataPOiaoi ...... $500Uosl oalltct. CI. both, .dull Ol. .
CHOICE. Guaranteed of $433.34 I Reallhv Lawn Ormaot 41101'10 1011I .... 51551 up Ml BKTLINB, .0'0'. To bid ,nlihed Mtinoll 11147M '
potential of $900 monthly.See I >1>k nj Oradlnl Planting Oood utd .".... imt Osloli.itul.P. roooil, front bltohon. .qull .

TERMITESARE FREE ESTIMATES .. .... ...... 14050 soI 111 Sp.rthsgG..ds .r trado for lot or hooK. 1OWOI% too, room. Do You
AM City EmploymentRm. district manager Howard 111 H Purport MTJ .-_ tnl.on$ ..,., II to ..11. B.I.. CUoli Loll konoi ParkLamland OOUTOOIIII!010P ,lootflolip 15515101, 101 I
... Aloo lorn lIOnS of Plumblni and PIN BOUBB. .
TRACtOR WORK: .1... dlioIn Apacht umplnirtllori (1105.. 5000001,1 Mo Clark A"New"
SWARMING 208 Arcade Bldg Blackford, Siesta Mo- *, iradlnc sad plowln BpoclallM "dI .. PrtTltw 1H4 .".1. Poll IALl houttonsll.,. m.d.n.. Realtr IH4031DESIRABLE I Want
tel 'West on Route 92 In rard ....In. and .r.... .
-CALLUS- IOU. 411-1417. 'HI7MINSTRUCTION. OUTLETWi soils froo bobua 14* to "0. Do- Florida. THRI room
Lakeland Thursday 2 toI Cut II Ar aim. itorr wh. dtilrid Op.n nonlnia moot ....t..t. .U. .. UsedVolkswagen
WB PAT TOP PRICEB DVKI 10 .IW air oondl Adulte, Mario.1
BWl sEASOnS IB-HKBI. tot .. 51 H.I!, Wtntfd FtmoliI P.M. I* for Oood tool Purnltiritnd BKd, Plnillu Johlo.Park .. onln. and ...SonS. FullMulppoi Bli.1341 ..II..
trial rour homo lo pronnl Intut Appllonett 1) "r' Btriot BolldarONE ?
..... ..... ..
ol and .I. W'1'rI8 Halo-SD. ... II Ml'hllo Mom. Ptrk. 130 Fvrnlihid Bosses
ant 4 _.... HIM, I ..... to. ItMPLOYIID OlOWO Wait too .... 14 $chsstsFLOIIIDAS CALL MU S-:044 111 Wonted Mlicillanie.t I ITO
3" "I WooS M..OPIII loLosaPd.WAITRIO
lot ......Iff 004051 COP, ,. O.
..111.00, I roomi ..11740, IPsosi. I
...IMOO: 21. .11 01..11$ WA..nD.II.r1ll Mail P101145LADIES It BO* Ml. *...... LAItOII8T Ill Ott Polk Trading Mart AIR FOR "UP 105014 Rosa ONLY Mo BEDROOM poti. RtfinnoHmonth homo AdulU, 10 Or A

CALL A_... NO EXPERIENCE'..bloll.... nil wblto rtoulrtdminim In. :::lora Cello bt ,ir.. K-hool Ill B., Labtlandutr Pino II Vi. RWT M EAST 0000 MU 3-3371.VOiD NEW '46'xlO' Valencia permanent reildtntitut $03 P

..... .In Laktlandmartini Iu.ollo. tod s0.n
EARN a sos .10a In.olmI want* dtbll 00..1"1' PO.ood.l.4 SIP ooodh,
.1,0011011 _.. T .
Whisk Chemical Co. toodltloni.05 .0107 it PI.UU..lint.., Toot.hn tinPulltr '.1 > bo warrlrd par. SIt and 00 bttwota nor SIOS.Moot .... 5,004. osplo 00.11.0 _.0 1-4015 99 I..?*, Matan, SupplIes U 1.34
2. and 40 Phono .12...." tar AIR CONDITIONINO nlrinr
Spouts dtoltr Pull
so a
MU 6-1356 o. pa IlID... Par furtbor Inrmatlol .I In"" "" 0110ft mrm notdud wo train ran PIJtRB BOAT BOW Mid llrottWholnalo WANTED TO BUY $437R TWO BItDRM, du.IO.d.ooostld lIP, 000...
Writ Commercial Trailio Initl .
'. saIl ......4> flint WI HAVE Imintdlato ...nln.. lac.wo I..., ... II-n.. LlbMlnd Ltd prltM IT too 13'. PlanPlMnlut d"tnln..n. "n..1 p500 tI1I 5001 .
.0.. 121 ambltloui Mat min bo- .... Boat eo.....,. LakoIIVj 11,00100.I 111.0011 d.._ Volkswagen'irrOUWANTANEWVW?
.iwotn Uii ... ot II and 4vbo I..d. Polk County B MOBILE HOMES '
I 004
aro Inloroittd In makln .1 CABIM trailer. 70 HP Mar W. Memorial Ms.ioblS for 5000 poa000iblo.
10 110.000 t ear plut top frlnwnillla .. LIVESTOCKII nndtali LIQUOR LICENSE Blvd
Email amount
SIlk Polk Connlr'. ...... aurr motor Phono oilS 51151 .1-JI
BUSINESS SERVICE nwr p.imentr MIT I tMI Lakeland .D .0 I All 1514 VIIbOONIOI S'S
WriteTBox B
101 chrriltr Plrmouta dollop A" M-271 .
pIp III pono.l .. .... O. Q. ..,., Pap, Cat, Pelt 050-0015 500505 .. 00ilil
.U lI.rlll Plolda .... 103 Farnliwri t AppIIeneei Lakeland LedgerAUTOMOTIVE POR CALl:, 10. .bUn. itol. 050 soS .. told

I TRill: 80MOltRY hIp ....... BOAIIDDIO HOLLY &t..11 lonbalIlo. "umlnul nd. VII liDGU Cop a. 1111.I .

DIRECTORYFOR .U........ 0050,100004 .......... 'CurIO .... '1'... Von Alton. miMulborrr .. TV oorlol. Al nrtlltnl eondlllon ADS
WANtED I., .ood u..d Btbold, II A
Colt 133.3IW altar 4 .. Blobwtr ,.. MD T li', Wil."boo CUS"fD
500-19.10 o IlOmi
14103.BErry. 1 0 1r' Nbll.
DEBIT MEN: ....rlo.r.... un... : I
YOU TO US! AS A QUICK IEFERENCI ptritnood Call Lako WaIls M3III I 70005.1 ah000a. PP.-

lOP InltnltwPOH 'H..I ,_min.. .Iud.. Otto.110. DAMAGED 124 CLA5SIFILD _DlnstAvIG.M.C.
WHEN TOU NEED ITI .. la83 K.Uolooo ....d. '11.,. Trucks, Trailers YOU SHOULDt

INTIRMT1NO local potlUon -. ..,...... 11.18', ....IIft...

ApplleiicHABU Uwnmowir Repair ipportunltr_.'rod. .Writ MOOO LaktlaadLMltr bIt.unbC UTTER OP 0..... thtphtrlpupploi 1963 H' refrigerator-freeter lie Automobiles Far Sale I005 FOOD Too "..k, 5400 I t. .t to in ..1..1. VWdoilm
..' .l. >
M. ""
., Tosdloi 1000 Iu
Bo> MI71 for Ill 0 at ownprloo combination with freezer at P. 111'
POE PROMo PIlot.. OIl tSnl.opalort. .. UAWNMOWER REPAUUNO Bowl Coni and lot th.... Pew. Tools HI.h..,. l.3.|. I' A BIW 1 Ii 118 ill 4)lllrll tnd whllo VW omtltmI

limbo ....II...... loS. .... tooli "'....b.... Burwiowtr ... BARBIIII "ANTII A..I lIU ..'. ptlrr Oallowar lIod..UU11PVL the bottom. Retail value, Ills CHIN n llr oondltlontdtutomtut MORRIB VAO.1NO. A nal do. nkkuf truck t. lit STInT
11.llia.. .U TIarIll4r Cltt.' .II .. Ilnm. 110 La.tit.s00 IAk..d alii. .I.d. tronimltilon. ridlohwur pvadablt vorkhorio. tondl"DO Alt f I 555000515000515Ill
OERMAN Wilmariaw MOO $250 cash buys It or budgot Orbs .oi--.polo.
Hut. '1._ CiUIMim now I VOll500.loS
50011.0 DIP.\ 50.4105. -1340 MAN EXPERIENCED In WOrohouiln IH .Mki old Main Ilbl V. ....1. -
*, houMhold toodl and 130 puroM........ til. .*.-...1. 4410EArrTEJI mike paymenta of $1029 illon. 1&0.. Itapw. 111..3711.. I ono- So* fo >'lllf. of AmtrlMM tufinltd II.
Sirrlce '''lOhIt.... MO, orporlone andMlarr WE PINANCB Tour Iiloud. till prlot' oMikir MtHkodThis
Itpeln Waving A 00,121 P10,1151.lINT month with down .1 loll CAl 0001 001,1,0 "D
Stings no 14
Writ Bol P 940. LakoOld payment Law a* 140 dowiUiod .. ...... 51688 too .'._'.)
Torrler. I .,oouli ..14.M.I. Ch."I.' 500,5. two t
lund ........ TOY Cart. -lllol1MO bi
IndIA!, CAM vaib II '". With 'p004 .dllion,
ALLIED TAB Unit tor boot ... 020. 71000 Ion-ova P.1
lad w.. MM. BH Oraontaoipi. WANTIID' All IltTANT 1l..Solrul TRIUMPH Rotditor. Baerlllr dii .1 "k.I..d P0.1100
Proa plo-1,000 4 doll>. IOU ttrMfOt TornU ...b.. e 1.10' AllAy CIvil Sonslol 01.II. PETS. iMllUrtd 10, folwrrltr for '.00. Call Wlntor Han* 01. 10 11I011.101.t .. .. LAKELAND FRAME
.rr. 1104 South FIo"'" IIIT74I II Traulor Io.. '"'\. Mil ... Clot K.II. pupplr, '_ale BamMtmttM Phone 682-0181 CY 9-4132 flood condition.
[SIX ribbitn. Modie Htnoiirruu 121 I & AXLE SERVICE It Tour OIl, atluranca .
1-Jloo 1"0 R'N'ULT. 1111.1 soIl. $205 isis
OIlHDAL: 'I1R' ""'to P..I dill YU o W Mtowlll Bvd'
0,4 DlI..b'. SOlOS .... OIP Painting iiA.nR BUNNIES *nr Ha VACUUM CLEANER* rebuilt ro.oondltlonid b" IfJo. 1.10. a A. of t Oittlngi

whet aI........ II'S lid lout.tbnao 20 MfN PIIob IdU 53504.CASTOS .*.. Repalri, part. 1 KM FORD l-door V-l .1. nro ICIOL __.. 0" Phono w.b.111.CHI.
let...... aca ...nl. 8PIIIIIO 1P1tClAL. Will ,.'.. 5001150 to, .5lI 1021 Oratiflild Electric ]|31 clororand HIS nl Chnrolil .- .. Hotwm .1.... U.up. 1.. Ito Ltwll VaurNt
dint. 1115.: 0. _I, potn' ti- 1.50,015 Lo... C.II tI1I I-IDrI. Holihll '1... MU aMITIEPRIOERATORB 111 Annuo and a""II. .I N..I Annul. .TrutH t. a brand NEW VW

As?. Seat e.WlnLIIID" eluded two or throo bedroombouto HALF ball Poltrrrltf W A B BJ B R BkvaUrt 1-70. CLAIIPIO DISPLAY : .
TWO Chihuahua
M143UPictvre. for IM. LIon holHwothIn Florida company will paPtUa. B WwU .... $M414 air tondllloaera oto. All ,Wl. FORD I pantntir. ...... 0. TOsS made row viol
'$ AUTO 0.1 0000. COm'StotU *. .akeo repalrod. Prompt olperttenloo. Y-l .10m.. I. oondltlonlni "
.._.".. IOIOPI50.. 131 place 20 men. New opera. Bat no fOr load Midi IPpllanctt ritrt. nuri PMtai 0W000. I. A. .*r Mulawtd H Mi. fa**
loss MU "'.10. PA000T000 WAIBINO, 1100? 110. EelTlntlor, andporao 61} HOD. spo.ifl.o.II .
Main. Phono I Llveitatk rour I* Amorletn
1011.0. IDlOr... ollonlon SIPSPp. tlon In Lakeland and aur- .
.. .........., .00n..I.. It".. '''1". Nllo C Dor TVli.1150000 lit CBaVRLI V.I, four door, I I .0550 5 1._
roundmg area. OnES azlect- .. 1330 Auourndtlt BdMa radio btttor.
IosltknpligIOOKLIOPINO .
Ol$4t$3. 303111.. "r. Tom. loa.L OR trodo ill pea old 4-J1TI. II
ed now will be promoted to *..... ....411. .and ......* .l.oalto. '11. ClonE I I A .faetoni warranty
AIID totes TSRiorvlo 0.1,"" MU .-..*,. 'L I .. any .uMiorloeddealer
ow in ivSob0i.. toot, Framatflumbln manager In 30 days. Apply BADCOCK'SArt I CHIIY BI ll0..OnS t. I anirwhir I* .ISO
dooondsblo "".... pIll CIII.PSI. d 8 ., .
.. ..a-I'&.. PlOT 0 PItA 1111II' .....tll.1Ir. Siesta Motel. West on Rt n Wanted, Umtetlt, Pett Cantos Its II3-IMI. til. .. I -''

..... .... o.d'l. I
5.014101 CtI. .d
92 Lakeland. Friday 9 Sm. Osaiono
BuildIng road, ..... 0.1... Art ...... WANTID- low ...1., ttu i'b' SEMI.ANNUALTRADEIN lIlt PALCON dcluit. 4-4.., itda .. .. uomolll W
alii Orlooll. ....... IOU ,._ to I p.m. Had Will par top nUb nrPowor ... CLEARANCESALE Mar b* teen It IM HamptMAnnul ".Ino imolioillM 1 VWlotlfc
Ilno7 I
MU B-OI3I. and
O B E B R A b CONSTRUCTION: Dilrr .tl.1
ROOM .addition Cuitoai lablntuIntOTlor. | Svppllai OOAOJFIPUI: I' ... P.I. _ood .... 'otrv
.r""bl.. IB ION il lot mod I.
Stilt aid tin.. .
Pnneb aad nodtn ....Ub. IM* <
oill It. .. NOItIUI Do-It 5,110.11P1114101 156 SetsomesmoLt. .
Bonftnlaad ildlU. POlO lid ......laol ....U.. FOR SOU OLD BEDROOM JI.
SiltS toot ,..- *. Call Ill Prtt 10'011.. sod ".11_.. 9 5 BIcyclH M'fIl'CJCIIiTIU'O. CP TO HITRADBIN 'II VOLXBWAOEN: radio. lun.oof .
3150 Pint iraffaunan. Local aon- out nod thrndid .,:. .1I08a 505 IUI000P hialar trallir bitch Onl WHAT SHOULD
loot "nlU pip
tractor Uoaattd and 1.14.4.IMODSLINO. 14 boon ..".... ...-..1.. 5100 a intl_Is this. snosOs UP Y...... ..... FOB TOUR OLD UVWO BOOM wnor Oaod. II.UI
l MU
AWOOt000l, N-M14. LA.l.od.Printing. 7100 Yoi 01..... C.U $054040 ooputip. sod ,.rvh'i. ItiolnI. 01111100.laOl. OP TO MOTRADEIN Itua.Rlo YOU PAY
.. "
orreoaod piUoa, aouo tarotnitldni I sitS .. iporto modal Ian ALLOWARCB ALL s.d FOUR BUYS TO CHOOSE FROMI
lid ,........ Pboao MVaMT 54 P II. It If lOW CII quail- .nock: lakeltndl Crtlt, Co, 711 CU APPUAMCfOP III. .. 55001.
*- for ,... ...Ua010C.oocrsts i n, I., doul.adtlp. well 50.007111.. It-Mil. I fOR TOUR II.. loll Plrmonth 50000. .

FOR. ALL Hut vnntin ...... LOCAL DlTIIOU'tOR oC 110._ Tr..mob'' TO II* DOMOniir. HIM tOtS Btudebtktr Our Prices Art
TRIUMPH 450 to and
I., TRADE-IN ALLOWAKO 5. ton truck, I1M '" Chrriler.
551 .poiloi
hold soil.ttooa
roll MU 1-4404. Comnwrtlol Pnto.loo. .. .... 900 ... Bout. porttct ruanlnloondltlo FOR TOUR OLD DlrlBTTBBt Phone MU 5
totlorhtadi UUiooraohlntlodlater 4101,1 ..... ... Port "ID' *. ........blt prlotd Mlllll ., .10.
UWNUD OONCRIITI ...- .......,.. _..d...... 5004 bod."..' IsOPoillIl .1 or IM4B4JM fbi BpotM Talao CU1AK HIT Ponlloi '
Dol....... ..ldonalUllnNp SI 101 43'. Lo5IC'Ad. .. .Ida*. Radio. htaur. .. 1"10 r D.IU Salad $1J0Tr"trt.I.
.. .h'1 M COMfT CAtllNTI Nordto tullino
050011.. ...bIo pol'ot Sod JtndtaRAOIATORB .... ZUNDAPP Bupor nabrt. A Ioondltloa. Ilr... "'I ....d. "..I. with all n>l ypKtl
... .. M.... 505-loll. call altar I piU7701. ,
IIrtd. L IALUIlAH AN'1"&D ,.. W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Main 17. lo wtll ..
......... Out*. Bill or trodof MulU.
APT TYPI 10511500 uSPIOlS .Un" .00 1140. CsieostiaPin. bUS IIOIOCURY MtlStit 1doonhtdl.n. i :t:1 .I
......... r.liPlnn. -.ud',. 00SPIOP _".. 10101011HMl0o. Post bPoO.o sod OrtluK. (ky track) 1410
DrtperlH poddP', 55410100 I.nvSop IIUHIli. 00010 tll.. ...-, sad' 7 Artklat Far Sale-Mitt. 1 Btoro and, florid WaNbowniMalktrrr lb'. boOt Olno ..nd lib. : -I" ..

....III. Apply 0o0410 0 00117.1' Mulbtrrr Biurro Boom will '' _. Phmo I '7 :: :.. = : : UatheraHiijhelitary
lOADS 50000. SlOtsSPI ... II Loll' WIno DitTo.1P11R003 AUCTION SALE .
CUSTOM BLOCK I*. to a P I. loll, Prt. Bltoita .. ..... I
aug ..........1... 'Iou ,_ on _..... orelt-flo ...-, Ropoin PEOSON 40,0100 loll 7 30 .ffl. I. .. iOpn 117 Air.mieb.lM Wanted I. 1000
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131 Mobile Hernia 134 Mobil. Horn Utl HOW FAST RAtXW THBV MftV c:....... "utlllt. *watk*
FIND u AMD WITH .1...... mioJited nice nemobornocd -
THE NEW MODEL ID rIft .....11. LAKELAND OAHDEN. Mobil ATOM POWER ? n* .'" un*. ** -
horn, Two bMroomi. Iraki kltck.until llama Park Iwo SliM W0 l wive TUB snip ROCKET PLANB9EH In. CML Termv Tb'.. .........
.n In mobile put Mrar Drop ....Id and Old TunRtcrtMlon lOll Woodlud Oil... lot 71 2
WINDYMONTH .. .IoiltlnintIIfid but lint. Rh.Ilma. halt ih, 111 Unto died ,..... ".11.
Phon 888.aa.aI fl.boird.. Uunirr ,..U'LI'' .. p.. worth 110,000 Thro kedreonnMl
td ....d. Llinuni. ilodora COO .trill. II MO ud tw. bear -
seat *mi, 717 l.r.mn.h M'WO. srUm. -
: Rent BU ilwount Ill nekw
Free mree
ond I BRADY (LOT, ikuffltboird s.d mr nwltr. I'h_ ....oP
tin fMUiUo, tIfli rut room
.ho..o and liuodnr cteik 1101 ni371l
: Free Towing. .1 ....11.... Tb.. ..lIa SasS ..1Phon. :jjj3 WILLOW ......u
WE'REBLOWIN1 .....Of.. Sole..... I bath aarpolld 11,050
III I *9115 5Ii room. f.mllr ...... *,,_..dlllo.101. .-
,.aUu1 aoidi'. mu0 StOWmod with uttu.M3 .
PUO kitchen
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11III1'.II ,II' fiollltle. .. nln nun Whr .0111.. alit,,. star Sari I 1 Men echeol.. enopplMdown puntDlr. .
plui in ill new recr.ellon bulldlniIT'S .. lovtlr laSs On. Slat hpltr .. Law pnrnem. Ml.

: 1 PRICES ALL NEW ..*trr.Irpc direct...powor.... SI oompftav.. ...nklo.m..:1* RENTALS 1* RENTALS 1* REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE TWO Ills Brurmellom BEDROOM hone lor Ml*.

I bra for minimum. olortrltil Still kl.TM roll prlci. Dow. puntnt.I.line .
Drive Out Today To stunS with sIt.. tho fun trot re.. 153 HOUMI Fir Solo ua IH ttaaaood. Mi.BU4 .
DOWN. 1151105 iMlllllo.. Thtu lhln ': u' Untumlthid .Hocus 139 Unfurnlihid Heum 144 Acriogo, Lots For Solo 141 Watortroiit Proporty .
I sod mOil app yours *t PALM
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I ALSO PARTLY "" .1.... SOdS TWO IIIIDIIOOM: trims. Oar.. RUILDINO SITS 70X130 SoulCry.lil lOG ...
Las-laid .. Cl. full Ml. blUl carport
.rr Jutl north el Ul. tlllHOLok. 01 Lek.l.... M Leke intoldnoha.La.S I. wanP room
i .......... Mel Rudr Rt..lu>.. ,..d. airdmeopao.. orhool mod Labs Drlr. .,1.. re- torn.oU7 .
lu,' .._ ... 1M. MOBILE HOME Alfrod nnr HI M ok Mot. lot for Ml kt 110O. H'Ind 11.1 Isa ....1101. 1611.. 14. ulUIL' room 11.000.. MM
... ._..1 ..1... .. I' Raid 127 Cut Memorial, BUd MNPORNIIIIIED .. .ho..ID.. .0u.l" 11.1 ln.. Chll. durrd 13100 aOU4- drr Cm t. b? boat u milmme '.. .0.1.1 81.d. 8-4'01.. <- altO r 3 .....
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,h. .cIa wtlcomt .41 month Bob TWO ACHES DoniMlt. four iiiii'N.rth .
u... .... ... h... ,. This Week Special Rlwll Ro.d. Combe, wclloMi w MIamI Sin B C UUR. OOMPLEnLY AND ittrMtlnlfurnl.bed OWNER: III Pr.d* PI_. b..*
.... _. DUPLEX 1 brd.room. cllr ISO down 125 0I0.Ut.i L. oerdn.r, C L. Enk* *r Bud til.
N. hl.h *.. II34I41 roll'... Rudr to I.... room.. femur room
.... ....1.. h.... ..u I New 135 Roomi for Hint ,. rwport. I blorki .050011. "'i 000n.. Burl Broker Ml iBlreele Loll II Dirk "",.U", loll EM ilorM, bIutSsrr S. Old" 13(00 ...,k-kltcki.- ir conditioned.
eell.. yeureelf ..elint Uouun.u. l&o. till OrollnkM4071 POE KENT or Ml* 3 bedroom i : fWO Loll _lIIIld., o0 sIll Mal. It. Ph... MU ."33. OarS R .ltr. 111-4031, I 111 too
he"I von In ee eet I 50' 10' ROYCRAFT or II2-IOM mo mouth. Newlr rde oritedblorki C
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Otntltmin prtftrrtd Prlot ro-RREB BEDROOM WItS tirnort MU '.'1.'. 1.005 .. I Mock Leke Holllnielee. CrreUUrl -1.... Lenk. 4JO ft Lnkefnneiulltul Thr. kedimm. Iwo both,I .11' 1..II.n. "110O. Unlurnlehed.
$4995 ..,.blt. MP 1-1341 801 Nlrlb M..hu..L.. 670woolf .. Ira bedroom kom. 'I101150il Plorld room kulll anu sod Souls, eiiulde HOOO brnikkHil
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RAMBLE Inwm Shown br ..
60 I Owner 1 .. Broker Wl 300.PULLY
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el',,,. 4.0.., Uti. 1501 West Arlana St. twin ....... Connnlonl Sf10.10bslh I.. .... MODERN two btdroom 140 Wanted T* Hint Mlie. .. lood In........... Draper I,, ..'.1..... .nlv. Contwl R C tr n.erred. Ml PDRNIUMBD heuie-em..llr
red""heew": '.. Open 7 Days 9 6 P.M. riilon seutUildt. 00 bu Ilk. .1.*. ..'.Llil klkkek 113.2240 or I 120 hou.... Comkee. Mellon *n Lelt. ... b Old sorer B. L., THREE BEDROOM CB Ilk* now. ...> *. B.eulltul kud .Id. Our.ol0a .
2t*** ... Knk. Dirk' Roll. IOU B. Mnlntione
.8J-81101. ATIWACTIVI h. 'urnl.hod tin lot. reeeonible Thro* loll ..
MU 5.dtaO lot. ell hell eondltlenlniPHA cennider bouM triilir Mogultf
'Iil.LIu.I *n* own .., .. MU '1.13.I'IIR.I nimbI '
fn 0' alhod toy or.- Rod, OanwiReiUlrled -
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: "k lurnllhrd, b.u... CORNKR BEDROOU Orntlimi TWO OR thro bedroom, c .... 10': Widow soulS _III. ,,. .I3.IMI.
CLEAN MODERN Iroaluosl .dult. Ps baa root iaptIaS Clturrh SIb' aO Sdn. Bull .
$1095L.ki.o.4W'fl ,.I ".U.'.. cot.wee. Good ll.ln'ifondlllon. pr.ftrrfd II wtrklr. Noun but ondna. ....n.. trhool .10.... but. !I..... Clunk RaUy.4031.. 110101 11..11. 5011', .b.I.. I.... BEDROOM Leld Iou* mil 12JIIAROA1NI. SEVEN ROOM. *n. bolls Ir.m.
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IltllltlM (lurnUhod .nd at,.... all Wtot Miinoll. 151 Includlm jillllllet. ae.5.17a.CLEAN ..... L. J. .....u,. North II 10 IMto.. 301 In Croo.. BEAUTIFUL modern hoaM Two tern icroentd Perth.M .
I Jlui. HIM.HIM WNklr. IIwon MU '-4811IOOM1 TWO bedroom duplrre .. 1 Rnlelrred Roil CeUle aokor. .....h. Owner. MU II7MBY horn*. three bedroom. m b.Ul La.oar.... II IllnUw.
I '61 CORVAIR tat?, FOR rent Brono oond I. clOHett' .1... t* ala..*. 12 REAL ESTATE .....OJ., flno ....am lot oonvenlenk lorkUon 3SO depth Ihede ind fraIl tree*.

4ih ONC BEDROOM lu.IIh.d 1..11. Uonod hot and old watero Iap101 00..1. Inoulr 121 POmelta i--a'i11.: .. 13. is *..... OWNER M eutlful Uk new Crrttkl Uk*. II 100 500 51 COt N..1b ..... doE Ia.Iorwa000 .
Door. le..d ..h.,.. ..IV I. I.. rout Call NUJ % ron,. dullY maid ...I.. TREES BEDROOM 000I2ild.. 143 Mobil loll Dolton Sea kre. Klllileok Alee, Arlinn n Aukurndil, two bedroonu noah fir eoultr. Orleo kr >IHIirh.nit mall Nil 04005$.
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por oil van- 51.10. I bndroom. '110. Job" J.B'III. hARES[ BEDROOM: k.UM
... I. '..n....'..'... ONII---iiDR: M(nIl.I ?, patIo .. ... Milcolm 'l'h.....
I ..... Phon. 'U-7141. O..n.. .'., ROIUo 12. W. Mali laOa. norm .1 LMielknd ION *, ill .1..,,,, h.. Centre -75M Smell How* Oil......
red heeler sIlls $551115. UllIltI'. tllrfllatu.dI 110111. 31 lIorill tonluk, A.. .1. ea.-1I03. YOU'LL ENJOY Hoini an pour d.wn III.h and Cr,. a.. I. RanboAr. I n..t ..d lir, eondiuonlnl Three THREB BEDROOM 1110 betb Telephone ...-..617.A .
$1095 MU I04JIONE .U'. o.n lot In Likewoed Tr.ll.r Etei >. ....1...... Roil 14511.E..St Hn *4d. Priced M all ... R. Florid room. sIr .dIUon"
k .r.. REST Oil nil .1. oodlllad : ..... Ml Phon. 26' fault room plu eeperetedlnuif I
BEDROOM l hoa .. Line loU, pived itreete, .31. 0 UU lilt Eut n .....d rird. Post burial .. 5
.... 0. :lell .D.I..ood. h.authfuI thr.. hiIndIolo .*...1331 Auburndtl*, WO 1.4JI3BEAUTIFUL room ud krnkfiet room.
U6 Rooms With Board =: aol alt ulllltlei. Reetrlrted Two ......bl. loralloo. Call MTJ
r 1 CHEVROLET ,. FlorIda louISa aId.. : M>ko Uili lour bodroom 1*
112'I47C.THREE lock tut at Uke Pirker on 145 liiilnoit frspirty alVIN rear lid 1-4081 *r niter I n' m. .l l-4.64 tlr eondllloned komo Bet
4.Door BelA r. A"... J134 Mobil Horn* lots untie" street Poll orsIon.. l.kefrent b.... Puhlni ...... halls 10''h.
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m ., ,....", "....., R I COuRtS WITH roftm lunrhti Rtuonobl.toTeltvliilok 723 I. BEDROOM $40 month i Edrard H.II..... J. 1I..uo' TAMPA HIOBWAT IM I 1STOwnrr mine' ....11.. II beck door REDUCED IIf'.O-III:0.tw' Oil bed Lake. SaWlna 11.11I..0.famIlY a 10 .... So.oIl,05 .
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15.. wr kednomi Florid
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tAKE BONNY Pour alas Mobil But Oil SMtt.3S Saab* offer John Bre* room. ..u... perfect condition. ..I.h""hood. Good
$695 I I Homo Pin N.. Iwiox lots Ik 1741. : ..n Keillor, 13. 1Tee Mall St.ROIIIDENTIAI. ...... I.... tncloted porch Sal. den loc.uon. deralind heiihueectien 0500110. 000... K. MIller. Build.or. .
Is 1oo..lood. Bilk and drr. Muni, Unfurnhhtd Aparta. tOe 'AIRWAY. Nut. Laho PalS 144 Acrtigt, t.Ts for Sole COMMXBCIJ. : roMHwblr .r ik* until.r boa Per 113000. II u>id kr Ml.1373. OM-325J.
I nut tloctri. wiir iPd MW... 'Fwa bdr.om .Ioc' hots. OiatU.R.nl I. UM HI-OII4 April lit. Owner 413 14DI. .JlO
'Induttrlnl Ion, 111* Ml muss Mel TOIlED BEDROOM CS
57 FORD ..... .5i. bIts UnM. Block toa. NU .376'.
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LINCOLN LAND ..... Rudy. Realtor. IU7 B Uemorlel BITI'LI fault,. dam.. .onlb" psysonIs. ..
.... '. Oro.. PanS Bnopplni Con COO T A0.rtla.nt.l..akIaad'a BOY-1010 ternlenred 1$0 Mlscollanoovi TO .1.11. b .
I ......l.r...dI.Au... h....".. I l ,''ttr. Good l.kt Ilihlal ud ..... II.... for ..ioI'ad THRII BlDRooM. two kalhVarrolne. pine land loo per Mre Blvd M84107or. H... or Ia... hr.oret. Cmi 1037 Brevird Bird. ....14. ._
email pou. 1140 North crri 5.0 Month .1001155114 W... "b Ioulh.ld. IIU 1.118. 340 *... tittle ....h, leneed sRI I0001STROAL TRACT IdJo. dun ... double ....... Ona WItS FURNISHED THR" kednBT .....
$495 'ni.Uke Oft.., MU 1-7473 YO13'". :THRill BEDROOM, Ife bill row lenred. C onrala nd loidlothuut Stoats Plod.. ..p'.I.....' II ALP ACRE I..... Tr.ll.r. build. UKlMicr .....mon'. T... ked L.. b.ths. ..nrood poMh. ..5.500loS.
TWO BEDROOM dupl.1 Ik OhIo.aol. ..p.r.t. hams room. lurnooet SON per ewe. M urn Hllltwir. Rillroid. 10000. M lite. MM 121 down. N... room b..,... II3-4I4S. $0004. 030$ ...... 020 .onlll.

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Municipal ...1" otwn, toleilirdon ,ooth Li>*kp. owD.r. MU 1-4341 I Kitchen lurnllhed II deed 3.000 lour from ..101BIIVIN ion Immedlkt. ", .u u.,. 1100 OWNER Thro .bedroom.Florid ..
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I Door. lUnderd trenl. 502.2975, Ma 2.70114.PARTLY 171 per sooth. ptwn MU krree >- AUCT.l.O.N'Sat. ... ft. Urln. nri*. built-in rente, raom. to balls' feno.dn
b. Bad, heeter. phos. : I .... 0 soAr,.. V t. hllhwiy COMMERCIAL 11*. two
0 t tk ,!ll.1 raRNISIIIID I.... two t-OQ2a ,......... .nl, IT50 per krro. BeeC lorke> IsiS Boars, ...... Knit March 21. 1 P.M.5rAUTIPU wnlnt .window lull tile bilh bock pIll SItS kIMhone
PIVE ACRES rISk .U .nd ..
$795 lOP' wdroom. Booond floor. rtducodnt 'SHOES BEDROOM ..... aol: li Lell or R. L. Okrdnor. Airier straet Pnrkir Avmui, ,_,_ floor,. ,_... .....b.Prl.od 4M down, liSa w .rantblr .
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11III11. ,o..d.. .. adult rouplt. 114 Cut Lou I I.n. ..,"...Ior. nnttlin blind.. Vnrolaa. Ickl halt. 1011 Cut M.,.. 'our line. tsa'aaaa.roa, kproi kt 110000 MHO k "' .. 1004 Cherrr ln. Ml
8-GIICIII. 811-7UO Two ehlldrtn ira.pwd tea P110,5 MU I.1131Memorlll II A. plui lo'elr a S.d.room month liter k low down ..,_.,. 004 kfternooni. _
_. '51 RAMBLER \I auire Cnrttt Rleek. MU I.I Forms Groves RaitchnP1VB > aIr eondlllonod mew Pumolboy. On k* MO* dilly .( Sun Acre*. ail WEST PklMri*.. S kedrobiUi ....
TM Amrtten 20..'. le. i.IANUN'URNI.HE dU',ir. : : FIVE ACRE lImOs. .n d.... 521mopIJI : ., ok lelutlful LUe 'Ohio.man For Inform.Mo. call "".,,, Uir.CT Ill Dl.l.l nd, 11500ilil it-
i 'JO 00,00. IIU C.. MrS lIud' 0ahIo. taft Lindeciplnf cut ol Hill dl. 4 1211 *r DM Wlnterii : : .
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kSiMmr...? k.: THRE'SUTIIING[ [ ., BKDROOM8 two hlh.. B Bled MU 1-4101. ACRB Plint Cltr lirbom "o'id. 171 *n aIls ..*.*.. Nlo.k 2.1133.TWO bod. *. I bath Luke Huntereectlok
air ondltlonod moderk kom ** ., fnrnlihed. More In II 300 d..: Owls" .11 end tInhiour
180'. : M25 down to .u.UII.d
loll oobaddr. Bouih.lde. 1116'Clor. com
$495 .h .... ...nt u.u..II, himIncomi .
Ck 1151. Clark .11' HI door Solo
.. 111S. Cell inyllme I NU
..liooli. Thlt .. Ui* klotst, twodroom k Beillr. l, .4031. 14.. dl..II, b.hlnd 3180 CI. pletolr lurnutud Weit ildo. oil' .jrer RO
,, ipirlmtnt In Loktlind laId H'I.hll SlId Call IIU I0811. 4011 from Thlo Pr W. ooII. ..,.... M14 Cochrik. 2-3814 .. UU 'ii3, Mr.. Wlol.
oak StRoll sIr conditioned. bullt- BRAND NEW th... bedroom NU .3.70.. OROVI BARGAIN 10 ..... mood.I .'08 *ppr*>. III 0001 rn MOfruit 1.01 I Ouin wltk Puierll a
60 VALIANT I I. ..n.. tnd .<'0. tiMtrit klica horn. H.ndr to ..Ulh.... Shop.KhooU ...... ..*..... T ,.... old Ooodhou. ,.... 100 V.l.nol.t. 17 run 'ISO DOWN 1447 Lent Slreeliconbeo Ron. Inc. 111 B Plorldk ArenaoBODTHSIDB ,
ClerkReiltr DROVE LAND 10 1.10 old Owntr ntlrlni ..,* lOll. < Acre.. Thro. kedroomi.
Onlr 1100
4 pin.
Door k kt d *r Mi : 101 You'll find nont u ... ..I. North tlkelind 12)000. down Thru
Au'. "'.... ., .. IM-4031 sad o.k. lIo.ulilui blob laod.ran 0...i lor iniptctlon O* FlorIda two baths Lnn ... Bee itl.
''' "" hirln. Bnrder. ph... MU I 41.11 21* do.... Aleo roo. .
edlolnlni IH CB Soma.FlorIda
null.. L..I... (Ins body ..droon. 155 b.lk
rt. Had Aw.Osa Hwr 41) I nllei north ,........tIId. Bhlpln Reel
I. LOVELY MEW IMd.oom duo' NEAR WATOON CIhol. Th'" loll. .,... $200 polar... Tor. a'rao. I rn... I..nln.. MalnoImThomas lull mom Mer *...*.1. Own
ono 0' llmltl .
I :ltr I* Orlffln Hold. IAt", III 11802: 112-1721 PlthUNEAR
$895 pl.l. Ills biUi nnonintnt >lo to brft000l. C.po.l. .10..... 101 29% down Bn R L. O..doerR. M TDM, Bert Rod.. loll our .lIon ....... on. 8ltM)4
...... Idultl. 9410U 'U'III. Oconee 170 month CHI .6.3653 }. Ltll *r ha, K: UU *t Reillor, IW-17U. TWO AUCTIONEERS COLLBOE. kr ....... Hoouwltk i4ii* BEDROOMS. lOll 501Cunat
: lIK 'rki ....It'. IOU Bait Mali.Pho rtntil unit MB eeellr beoonwrted
II."uOO" [ -.81. THREE BEDROOMS Combe. *MUon COL. LUTHER D. BYNUM 0150 dOw.. 500 mOats
63MG blork bom.. two block off ,. ....11 13. 210 arIes Smarad .n..d A0f0a lota one heuie. Nine Ju.t ndeitoritod. T.o b.dr.uoa:
.m.11II MODERN THREE roonu tlrctrkuhen Igr.d ssso6d ,oad ,......... COL. KING SOLOMON tow* kkthc. two ...
S.D..". Aerte h full b.th tround floor. Comb.. RoM I7S month. Throei PA5TURELAND 400 ...... roomi 1 Doe Ou Rood off tko Old T.mp
II. '" .r' N..r mprr maoist. downtown 1,01,005... I. bill on OptlmlitSlroet cool toll eomt tlnbrr. eeal.red h.use aad bura. Illl PI*. AT.. 131.1071, J33-1311 fruit ild.welk, ell.r. 504-0425 III.b...,. OPMI Mouot SundMReuontbl .
a horns of your own) Settoday's Adulto. .U-I41JCLAMIFIIO. to rent on 1._ bull, .... N..r Plant CII,. Onlr 0'S .ro. lmk firm I..d. IrI.asliun Tamps, Pta BY OWNER tw. bedroom CB *. Ul But Leilnilon.
$1495 I 500 mo.th L. J Birbour. Retle- also ptr cre. Ternu 28" downeo n... a .... ...... block .d lara. Florid room. 1400 MultrM3 old koue. 00.. Florid BouUbedroom ....
Classified "Homes LAK&I.AND' IIIWIIT. I..L "od Roil ""11 Irotor. 'BOJ.n. R L. Olrdner. R C L.I. orT brIsk horn*. .......1. 1213 NannIeS Clr- 4 a kUu .,.... -
sad Ilnoat L.o bod'oorn martmmli In.. .. Ut. 00.... 00004 0-1.
R. K: Lell M Dick Poroed to
'62 VOLKSWAGEN k for Sale" NOW for outstanding fur Idul' C'8..1 Snot 1011 Kut Miln Relltr. 0 Icret, luil oil Ireot .. pared OMM FOR COLORED ON 1JTHTREET .01. 'b.6111. shown hi apolatsaat .nl,. L. 2.Birbour .
phon "........ Ohi.. lo..a .nd slr.ooadIuonIa.. Built I. USE LEDGER ,...d.a WEST OF WEBSTER 1. _".... .. Rout 251AMInnkor.
values .lroLI. ...... ... ATTRACTIVE blllild.lOll. THREE BEDROOM, two lth CB ....1133.
""". ONL'I CI.H to .11. _
CLASSIFIED ADSCL..I at,... ,!.* Ineultidt are". too S AND 4 BEDROOMS. 1304 DOWNTO
itlO mon'h. ... oihookloa LaS. 0150,0Walif ho. IJtO dowk MTJ7p02
pot Pb .1-6&1J Lo. two
sELL t lr
MUST : oae*
IU.' Lekel.nd 000.00000. *
mosda Irenti bomb halls Her 30 pm
homo, kui lIvIng
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MIlL BODY REALTOR 15ITEMORIAL. S LOOM 1704 Huntlnilon. II... room. din I.. room ,...11' sod
l MM lIud,. \te.lto. 1621 2Mamonlal bed Ulltr Broooowty, *nfr.krrH
RIlAr. tAROAINIi Soar look. IH-4107 AN7TIUE '. blab. Oro e Pirk. Few room
,lend. imill ....... of toad up to 001114 915055 018-4107 room.. S bkthl. 1100 down, MOmonthlr .. *. Cmnplil with, will 10
li 5.. .. 10 so.... torn. with houtMhomeeltei ... II.... Shlplr. ...-..01. out eerpet. new tloctrlo ......
I WI 1963" Executive Demos \WI JI with ehid.. small 'U' lshti .frltorotor H.idr la whoiihoppln .
Obi llndengrtn pirmenli Cell Miloolm' 151 Rial Eslati Exchange conlor lad hwplUL
; 0"1 meal BEDROOM trim, houeil .....
I nnhU, 6S..7590 Bert 7 ACRE GROVE Ovorlooilu lu* rlthl lor
.. .... of l.nd 113900 tub .....
V V Btiltor .1..2711O1B8ON TRADE HAVE ho.... Ukel.nd toIl 0.10 If MU i-IMi
I I M.lulld 130 mintS irkpelrult 100 W.n' .lone MO 1-3100 .
THESE 1963 PONTIACS hove* Leeeburt Cell 1577524 -
Paul MUST BE SOLD .PAJIK. AttTKtK. Ilk. .ItnclM. 220 T.....'..*. ...... teeiburi ...., f duly ItOUTHSIDB NEW euUld. cltr. OPEN HOUSE

N. ."-,. Off** Rilu.. new 1010. Line.....,wooded. HUH withetwir .,110.000. 10* down Biluo ,Ib,.* bedravmi tht will ....
ud I. Good Hrnu ...... Cell JIm Peweri SIlk T. HIORWAY SlOW, bu.lo_. PIns twin ....... WUIM dlitnne M03 Clntl... Illht Bird
I I NBO L.nd Comp.nr. Ml-OOU S. Tucker. it. Keillor aol'.., aedirn (I.. ....,..... ito1hlIh 1 ehwplni nd lemenwr *cholMo Mhleoeble 4 ......... ncenut*
NEW CARWARRANT RAV' LOTS I. Mpdulha, ,... .. Olllce, For .11, w t. ..3-1 Aerod ot,100 troll iouthsotJoulo 510,1. *ir Ilk Bolllnnwortkcut. '
Naylor I rd. .It Nat.,, Ut 51.350 MU 6-7173 sola IIlIh. WOO Wbod.ot ......1 V. will.w-wiu eerpetlnirepee .
I / i AIai iota 10.11. :IJ. .lSat lwWotold ate ioatla LIorala A...... _..10u.d" SOd oomo furniture Now
I :d.I Olt? ..r..' $000lo. 152 KM! Estate Wanls4B I IOno".llo.. hU IDlom.' P H A. ommllm.Pt. |UI owmolts.
loll Nothalda, $1,000Doslrablo Miki .
tell uter 4pm 01C "
..... 147 Incomo. "l
"ut h.ld. 13.000uP. fioporfy .
u.tt.n' P.r S stomsolfainSO0Im.WIatoo
Motors Qu.nllt, d'.nllo ....''d.'... Oft ...ul'"? Need IM-im.
HKO. 1101,1.1
,;; Or .III bull' to suIt 8'-4133. for ill. rtkUli Mel Rndr Roller
Mf.. S.II.'d TWO DDPLBXEB (too _'" 1127 lOll Memorlkl, IM-4I07 HOUSE
LAKELAND HIOHLANDI=Pun: ...,I.) kltcheni lurnUhod. Air CL..I..I.D DISPLAY
IO41LMAINST. Ret.ll $529741 1 rag HtlihU. Lot N*. I. now condlUoked. ....11'.' murk .. ,
cleirln. inptlrull for hom.ille Inooollll.nl.' Phon 'M3-OI21 LIST YOURPROPERTY
,. .,... Cr MU 1.4141k I IfIU PONTIAC lonn.vlll. 4-Door Vista, loulppid with Aut. T,....., 4 w.y pow.rft Coiner hard roid III.1221BAMVUXI UPLIX DCtUXI I. torr ..,.. TOO SMALL? SILL YOUR CAR I

New Cars MU 1.III! k.. Ail Condition.. Wh.l. lur.und Top Wkil. M.nikld., lnt.rwr. PARK lot In 'LiktCounur ..Isnoorhnod hardwood floor.Mnditiontd .. WITH US TO US I
wltk" 1400 aimed I..... II. tleouw b.... Too big Make tho flrst I I WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR I
Opus Evenings Till 11II lIsa llehlni. PatS ol lot 110down pt.ot cloeel ip*... f.n.. *Ddrlierttori. "If ...ft.orI' saiS OSLO ,.. RUIN ANY CLEAN. USED CAitS.I I
toward th. born
110 month lira la la.l doubl' **rprt rr DOWN." .. L. l5hartI Pals- move
9P.M.MimI. ... per lot. Mike ,.u. tholr* todir ...*.. ...bln.d wn ......Ihln. or Renter, LMLA. 104 S. Ten of drvimi by check- ROSS LAKELANDMOTORS I
-- ClM* t.. ihopplni. ehurthoi ..ndn. 01.*. thIs to IV 0mg,,. MI-IWI .....* Arenue. Phon Mil t-1173 your I I I IISOOW.Msiei'IiIUlvd.
I .. .Hhool Ale ..., rl.hle towiurwftr 01. rndNtAOB with tw. komnLoented (Hen I* B. Ten. "... pirliH bIg 'Homes Fo' Sal" in ,1 INC.

0ao.tlo..bala.I In InduttrlU Mnln ire LoU Cl.iitfled IPb.
.5'9 lira. ISland lakes. Hilnee Creek educed ,.. subS ml*. Lr.hr I I. MU 24l$1J
add *'c..n. Bin ..II.. I..' .1 .. .
110 M.rtk ,
I Lexburi w ,.. mllei W..t ofT ?40Oitor. Sis.RETIREMENT CLAsSIFIED DISPLAY. _.__ DISPLAY. _
.- U..l CU, ..ue% en UI 441 H..,.. turn -
e liliMSIWSi.mtl5. North U Dilnei Creek Road 205slip. SPECIAD NI.Ca I
,.... ""q I 1961 PONTIAC Timp.it 4-Door 5...,. ThIs 4 Cyl (c.nemy ..... It .ulppiJ with 10 ruli.tsl001lIr.. Ir duplek. Euttldei Mrtlillrrnlehed I

S Avr. T..".., tidis, HII'*'. Mlf Sufit.4 ....il $2104 I 01150......PI.ld.L. 5. .Ba.k.Phow6 Po 343.27.. 1111. Ta.'a. Ott t*..... lew 3121 nor.**. bush, nor I EXECUTIVE DEMONSTRATOR

SMALL GROCERY bu....... I 0.
I ALAMO DRIVE ..I.. .1Oc' sad lI.tu.. Dots i.,
KERLEY 01.. Hib rerelpt*. Llrlni luert-I
PONTIAC M I ..,, WItS 5,1151,504 bouao. .... PHoni Hi nei Cllr 421.1713M ONE ONLY -
Rio roll ud math. Ian' 54,500 R.. lor ..11.. poor
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OPEN TILL 8 P.M.I W i w. R. "Bill" Williams .FOUR.asew PURNIBHID W..d.. roatod... 015.000 '64 Imperial "Crown" Convertible

I Rtlllor-LMLA -'e.le w lrd. IIJ-J3J4-: I
'M'" Highway 92 Gr Rot St. Phone 682-5125 1131 B. ril. A.e Ml.1J3.
I Originally $7241.00
I Wotirfront
1:1) _CLAIIIFItO' DISPLAYI __ 141 Property I IIBACRlFle.

O'DAIt "b.1 l.ulpp with Ik. f.ll.wiit| iirrwt. rwr IviurlMii. ........$. ,. drtvlnf slMiur.1Tr

II I....10. I bolroom ....1 .. ..". Fllf kt rrarumlutM., pows. itwriii, |, pwr ktckn, ".11 .1....... ."< H.",

If You're Looking for I I 1.5.0 ko.... loll 11110."fan Cad 006.. 0 a.. .15",.n'l wltk rwcllnlni kwckvt ...") llwcrrli ...10...(. .,....1 ..",,. r.41." .11 wkrHIntkir

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I "Choice Quality" in on I o. :Ml Weode end Valor tl.,*4 .1.... ,Iu. 41 I loch nflm, ,... k i oil ssadiN.s.d t...

Automobile We Have 1

I What You're Looking for at MOVE FASTwhen Special

you advertise themIn

Lakeland Ford Classified To get more FUSSELL INC.

business fast dial MU .

USED CAR LOTNOTEi 6-1151 for an ad writerCLAIIirilO I 411 N. Florida AY*. Ph. MU 2-7113

( Our fr/cii/ Ar. DoHcloui/ Too; =

'6IMILI4DBP55Snq, We Invite You To Come and Test Drive
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I '60 RAMILERSs0l.a W.|... 5'.".... ..."....1..10... $1095 THUNDIRIIRD C.nT.rtibl I All ,.... .". ii. $ O 1 O CC.nditi.nlH

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I "'57 CHIVROLIT 1-Door 5...... 5'."..,. tr.nimliu.H $395 '<2 FORD C.unfry S.d.H $l.H.n W.on. Alt pow.r mid $2295I

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I '57 CHIVROLIT lllAIr 4-Do.r $...'", Pow.rgl.d., v.,, $695 '57 MIRCURT 2-D.wr H., R.di, k.. .r, .tmi.rlc $695

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I 62 CHIVROLIT IlK. ... 4-Dear s....... ......Ii.., paws ......".. '5$ M1RCURY 4.0_ H.rdtop Aut.rn.thi ........Is.,..., $O >1 CMdi.

I ,..... ... ", V-l,, ... ., h..,.,. $1695 .. Ki.tr. 0... ....... U.000 ...n... Lik. n... Ot J

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I 'n PONTIAC ,".."ill. 4.0.., H...,.,. All ,.... $

I 61 rORD G.l.kM 4.DMT s...... V.,. .",_.tl. Ir.nimlul.n. rdl. cad .5, coaditIv..4. 0... ...... . . . A y 7 y

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60 PALCON 4-DMr Scd...
I c.".1'11.nlno, . . .. .. . .. XJ7J $795
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I I '56 THUNOIRIIRDLik. : M695 51 PORD Cminrry Sd.H' V-l. Frd-0-M.lie i $XQCndl.

now . . .it.mi.i > . . .nd k..t.r . . TO77

.55 THUNDERBIRD M495 '61 ICONOLINI D.I.H. Club W.*.ni (B.I typ.) } $ Official coir fw the 14th rmilii| ef the Stbrliif 12 Hour Roto M March 21 will .. Mill Volvo

I dnv.rtikl.I . . . . liari, ,rdi. k..t.r. On. .wnir. Like MW I. I 7 7%7 1100S Gnu Turlimo Covpt. It mark .... locoaj yior: h e row that the honor hat |... to Swodtth.


Tho 1IOOS If iquiptio' with t 101 horupowor OB.M, twlaj SO carkuroton, sod u foarnpoojlynchroiiliod

It I SpecIal' hotel Note : ...r.... Its ....1m... ipiwd ixcitdt 110 miles par boor

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I 12 FORD r-500 Sh... wh... ..... This track your convenoence M. P. TOMLINSON CO.

I woo m.4. tor pullinf kyu- $1 Q Q C Mon. thru Sat. ,

tr.ilri Lik. ..... On. *wnr. I *J
I 8 A.M. Till 9 P.M.
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I Corner E. Main Phone "JfootVartori For Qualify' and r..",. for Ore 2) Torf"

Lakeland I FORD

I & Lokt Aye MU 2-1102 93S test Main Street Lakeland Phone MU 27173I



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51 "Mamas Far Sale 1 13 HWM Far Sal. 131 II..... Fir Sal. 1S3 Ns nee Fir Sale IM Messes Fr SaleGIUP fr his 151 fonts Fw Sale SHOP THE CLASSIFIED ADS

Small down payment 19.260 ONLY $100 DOWN MMk oouknutloB, 11II

hr1. .... .. MUr11. w .ott MALL 54054W WI MM* Mnlok 1 i Wt have many touthtMt ONE ACRE 11 III lib.. "SIP'.13"OMdlllon' lot lo., fliM Uoololm i*..
e.1 1.01..1, lilt boll Ca -.I *MM grtnlfi i.:, three bedroom homes wttk $5,650 Umookl at,*. U.. to om nil PUBLIC AUCTIONRed
11I. 0.r00t0 .04 01114. BRICK MHO owilr na *M w 111011 MM IM tkt nkttu PS. for 1M lot /551.51.50510 10'w_ HOMES TWO ixliiiju, MM* o sIlls monthly payments M low; ..>ll from bow to tool MMII.Ue Owns Mil. gwnr ..,..
pnos1. :rkrtllO"-= oi M irwi> doimiitMo M .! II IN month. VA.COUNTRY 1 sils 90 :. :..M.1i irirr 10 >. touted now loodMopMl WUMw toluolowitllullir MiM ... ,tn. otter Ill......U..I..n MTKWIuwUcMo Brick Home 704 So. Missouri
tOIl It IIU 4f1. $56.36 11 .t:9.l! i' 554 "'"" 10 ...... ottnetlTtiki "
.. um :... itMormm. : bE and ...-" mr .... oil H. W. STOCKARDKtALTon
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P.* OMMkttS MMttt.HOWARD HOMEI! H. mortiM
1 POT :'oI1'.oarroit OPEN HOUSE
*T. *..._ N lot MO, GILLETTE Fully furnished three bed-*0014w -M Nt. i 5Y.a11bA.: .* it ftoolkM. ot T MU ItTmktr. tit a. no55. An.hoM .
$50 PER MONTH .., 1504 ....415I... 011 Prlc.hrmR fl-7173 __ N17 win
550114M0* .. 1'IeriI.' k. wTwLhkl MMltt room, rmiltH> th Juit Ie..1..101 Wi" __ EACH SUNDAY AFTERNOON
isle city on large lot. Only 10-11. _CLA.aIFIID_ OIIPLAYCI.ASI0'lIC'. .-- DISPLAY::.
I aid I ortnooi (mi km. Coll PU Brow
ho* MU* 01 MM mu ocol? IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION luoeoi 500.1060.MEL 501.1441 Sale Monday March 23rd 10:00 A.M.H.
o mllfrlM, M .10.11,, eo. oo Joe P.
IPSI Ull.la.um OOW. 10tmnt Bridges
4 r.1 wry to Pt, taforomttoni CO. Leonard Robin
i MoMor lamok rrtoor t RUDY SNILMLA. .. 5 free ""._. 04 two fill Lithe &..10."
SN.l1au1 W n..1. OFFERS J oV= VO .. Umo Ill.16826109 Ie... Florldo room ...1111.1"l g room. Total .f > moos
MtT 26116t ....... SPACIOUS CB HOMES 1 dial M kkoMriu mit." Corooit ...11 Ie.|. nfllltf room. A ...... room rtflrolorrofo .

Thtw otdroom, 1.1I k.Ui.. Ml*. 554-4151 oar MOM fimkhoo1, ot ...,. All .. ....tlful w."
056 LEDGER VSIUD6MOVER mat ol 1UM w. M. U,Un on I.sa..blqsarMI ifiodod is.N.. Very ........... to <...(ow. ...
aASur'fJ USL I, CLASSIFIED ADS PIM otnort Ml tloron, NEAR LAKE GIBSON REAL VALUE oil 1 ikoooliit 1 ...... 'urthor Mfonootloii ........ A....
Idwl NUnnnl homo, I todmo 11101.50501 t1A15)1106MLn5
L / 1 D Oll AY CLAn.If.ID OI.PLAqt LOW DOWN PAYMENT oin.t, Ktrport (lainMot. LAEtVtlW. BRDMOOMS, RRLWVi IIcIAAT/0N came tIe_r .t tl<.-0121 Mol. tw. you OM Mb fnfHy
MIolniM lot PLIeS III'PARAn D 18111 0
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..iloWo tor tint Wiown l"PS. P00M TWO P0.11N COM COI14O.MIN lUMao.d
on oon Lot PU"I'&IY PUllIII8HIIII,
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NO DOWN PAYMENT TED TOWSON RaT lun 1M IoAKND AT $5.550 Awe 541 Pty MO.1M .
OM TOUR LOT MO3H' Ms1010a. *.. Aoos h.u..ly P...Se MAT111.t 1011.1 [ 1
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MONTHLY 1005 w. LAi PASeli as.ha
K 00 M.rM..AI5s,MAI1ra
200 a/155 3 BR 2 BATHS 5.10 A.-5.0ya I.k. Col. Jos. F. SedmeruAsSIIIwrR55h.1U4rld.teO
1121 .1.M PIorlds. ,.. I ...01100050.
Days phone: 1822884II. Onltol Solo on4 Air ConditlMiITM 323..JlIAIII'O"PIoQRI1I4 AVI.LIlLA NU .3143CLAaa.lio LyOA WoM..0. Co.Mw..10a AO..m0Dw.1.n
CARS ...... sad *........: 11 ,... ....n4 _'0'" cloMto o 51 1,11. 5. 14..04 Arwlw.a
....hot 504-1701 .......,. tonmor whori sad Junior DISPLAY
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HEY LOOK! till o pleturo wmoo. *. I
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PENDARVISCHEVROLET Newly decorated inside and IS hu hi k.nwonrr.t"
out. Thli cute cottage Is a no-Ill".
nrjalnl Completely and rwo1WoiSEPTEMBER
CO. attractively furnished it'i I

310 Ne. Flerld. Ave.l.k.l.ad handy to atona. bus and I KEN HARRIS
churcbea. Ideal for the Small r Ixrhuinr LMULIK
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0*: mall family, tt'i a steal I M-llll
for 3500. CLARK: REAL-!
TY. 133 North Maia. C8t-


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Get Ready for the RIP.ROARIN' Get Ready for the .Thrw... will Mlrvoni uoritloo, ask for n.1.1,5l1.... m.0. MARCH ON
aral ...... nan. lea. 0ao1o000
..root, kotf UnoOM 5,50 .
oolh IB ko M, onoHiw:loi I
HEAT Dependable HEAT I rM., N.1 M* roof call wtloor
,......... Urio 1MIIM: I
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..... kM .OHO .uBrt.ntl.1- 1964 FORD DEMONSTRATORS
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HOMES BY GALAXIE 500 4-Door Sedans. Fully equipped, Including air conditioning. !

1952 PONTIAC 4-D Sedan . . $195 FHA MANAGER GALAXIE 500 4-Door Sedans. Power steering, power brakes, Cruiie-0-Matic.

1954 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr. S.dan . f .$395 $100 DOWN FAIRLANE Custom Ranch Wagon. Fully ..qulpp.d.289H engine.

1955 DODGE V.S, 2Dr., Hardtop . $495 .... 411.1, boats 10 all 1.51.0. ...- .
co."IoIeI ...._.1...'. FAIRLANE 500 4-Door Sedans. Fully equipped including air conditioning. "
1957 DODGE V.S, C/Royal 4Dr. Sedan $395 001111' polmool M IG" 10 555 '
Slap N SUP 01'1" I .011. FALCON Deluxe Station Wagon. Fully equipped Including luggage rock. >
1957 MERCURY Monterey 2Dr. . f $395 l. f
T. R. TUCKER, Jr. FALCON Futura 4-Door Sedan. Ford-0-Motic radio heater. Two tone. .
1956 PLYMOUTH V.S, 4Dr. Sta. Wgn. $495 REALTOR I> 'ter." .,

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Ihmfey, March II. IM4Orange I ; eeYnw a..a1N ...
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I [ Production

May DoubleScheduled "


. heavy plantings of 1 \\t\
citrus In 1J counties southern '
Florida stand to double orange f
production in the next 10 yean, 1\\\
according to a Florid Citrus

Mutual Dale E.official Carlton director ol iI ,,\ tt'tt \

grower relations for Mutual, ''a 1 5n i ;
warned the board of directors ,
the industry ,Is liable to face
overproduction and marketing Y \\} ?.
problems from a slant outgrowth R f+ itt.v
of citrus.
By 1970, Carlton predicted, total \) .
orange acreage In the state V
will be 851,990 acres all of which :
win be producing fruit by 1975. \\
Present bearing acreage in the \\
' i stat totals 373,600, with another

J4V30 acres not bearing fruit .1 'iti4I '

at present I $ 'i 1
Crop To Double :

The big jump In producing
acreage by 1973 Carlton said tf: '
will mean double the production .,
of oranges that Florida achievedIn
the 1961-62 record lIa.on'at
113 million boxes of oranges. I II
Heaviest concentration of the REHEARSING FOR CONCERT Ltkttaiid, Junior High ScKwl IcnAimHr Tens Lynn, .t rim s4 ,
new plantings, Carlton ,I'M, nhMrm with the UkthiiJ Stub High School bead for the ....'. Victory CoMorl to be
cites wlU be in counties that resented .! the Iraittramk M.moriol Auditorium .t Florid burim C.II... M..d.y nlflit.
now produce comparatively little Lynn will be festered with a teed I I. woromont from e ...ce.... The .wwcrl will else ,miitMviral u''
citrus, mostly south of the main Ukolond ...... .rtlit*. uiidt will' k. Md to Ms pop the ....'. tootf of t."Mrti., In :
citrus belt. the cmHM) Chip lessens. Festival. I I" Weekiegtea M>t ....tit. (Ledger >hto by ....,..). ,
For example Hendry County I

acres which of now bearing has a orange total of trees 700 Kelly Campaign Lynn To Be Guest Pianist ,

plans oranges to in plant the 63,350 next 10 acres years of Leaders. Named. With Lakeland High BandLakeland I
Collier -
The prospects are that :
will from 200 bearIng For W. Haven IJI :
County Jump "
to 1,880 with an Junior High School Square, by Panella; "Concert ,
additional acres 300,000 acres available Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland band director Thomas Lynn will Suite,".by Ashe; "Fugue and
join forces with the Lakeland Swing by Stauffer; "The Misty
that could be planted to citrus candidate for Governor, "
High School Band In one of the Mountain, by Darcy; "Overtune
Carlton said. today announced his campaign program highlights of the Dreadnaught : Fanfare and Capriccio" s -"., ,
The plantings are planned by
than 20 Individuals and chairmen for the Winter Haven Band's Victory Celebration -'by Schaefer; and, "March of i
no organizations more most of them area. Pete Spencer owner andmanager Concert to be held at Brans- The Steelmen," arranged by se
comb Memorial Auditorium on Alford. ri r Ata, Ifi eilt'lrltA'l '
large citrus operations, Carlton of the Villa Lumber R
said. Monday night starting at 8:15: Tickets for the concert are 0, 'Y rate te9l4gte p 4Q7if t4tE3IISRlttti to9i
Company, member of the Chamber o'clock. I now being sold by band mem- ., i iteececenueL te0' iinrotit
of Commerce, and promInent Lynn will be guest pianist bers. A limited number of tickets
In Pop's Orchestra In when the band plays a special will be available at the door. I II
HollandiaGets Winter Haven along with Tlll- arrangement of the first movement Doors will open at 7:30: p.m. I
of Mendelssohn's "Con- dJ tKr fA ,<
man Whitehead, a builder, developer "
New Name certo In G Minor. nNld
and contractor willhead
: Additional specialty numbers Army Pershing : 3 9 lNw+w aY' q,+ tg
up the Winter Haven or- the will include Anderaon'
on program -
JAKARTA Indonesia (AP>-
anlzation.; "Bugler's Holiday,"
Arthur's Hollandla headquarters Gen Douglas during Mac- Headquarters have been with band members Mike Hase- Missiles Sent No matter;how you mix it this one stands upNo '
man, Gilbert Potter and Mike
opened in downtown Winter Ha-
much of World War II. is
another name. ven at 118 Third Street S.W. Skillman; Mozart's "Toy Symphony" To Europe x '' point endowing& whiskey ,
with Miss Catherine
When Indonesia took West Senator Kelly further announced 'S'it. v. with character a J
Cr.lg. Lakeland mayor Harold ; r; *great -only to 1t
New Guinea over from the as a part of the com- WASHINGTON (AP) The : Y '
jrlzzard, Mrs. Thelma Kelts. fAPd ; : have it melt away in Ihe ice
mittee Joe Brandan, Mrs Dex- '
: V '
Dutch In 1963 It renamed the first 400-mile() range Pershing '
John and Morris
Scott Zipprer; >' 4 ? mix in the mike So make ,
territory West Irian and Hol- ter Daniels Jr.; George Partin and, Voder's "Haskell's Ras bombardment missiles are expected > a or away we ,
landia, the capital became Ko-land David Ellsworth. cals" with drummers Lee Chest to arrive In Europe next o Four Roses a ppeciat,Costlier way;,' ft '
tabaru, or New Town. nut Norman Hallock and Jerry month to provide added nuclear < k to keep Ire authority In tact all 'I'II
ANTARA the Indonesian British Commonwealth countries Mlchaelson. striking power for the U.S. 7th ; '
announced such India, Pakistan and S' 1148 w8y (IOwtCtlVtst a I
newt agency yesterday as Included among the wide van Army In West Germany
that President Sukarno had Ceylon have switched to a deci ety of numbers to be performedby The movement of the most advanced 'I.t
approved changing Kotabaru to malized rupee. Canada and the band will be: "If Thou Be Army battlefield missile v Dy;a, i, >R4$. f ?.R.edKY& +4,6Y,av 4..w i.w./mw i :. 1
Sukarnopura or the Gate of Singapore use the decimal dot Near, by Bach; "SymphonicSuite : to Europe has been foreshadowed .
r Sukarno. lar. ," by Williams; "On the, for quite some time. .t
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