Lakeland ledger
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00021
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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i II AP Reporter t Tells Of l Trip i Into 'No Man's' Land' In Jacksonville ; I

By JOE McGOWAN JR. sued an "all units" message "You don't want, to go In "There was I bomb threat street taxi with a Negro driver, doing to me," walled the
Associated Press Writer that there was trouble at there" advised a city policeman and we were told to leave school promised, but the man woman. "They'U be after
JACKSONVILLE (AP) New Stanton High School a "That's no place for clasa Then the police arrived dents befriended me suddenly me too. Please get downon
Years of bitterness and hate sprawling one-story brick a white man" The officers, and the trouble start were there wasnt time the floorboards so they
seethed to the surface on building which has approximately seated In their cars had teargas I ordered a man In bib won't see you Get down out
Jacksonville Negro "westaide" 1,700 Negro students. shotguns and rapid fire police were shooting small an. to stand at the door of sight"
yesterday! churning the I hired a taxi but when the ,30 caliber rifles on the floorboards their pistols and shotguns in Into not to let anyone enter, The driver screeched away
section Into a no man's land driver learned the address the air. That's when some 50 walked out to the curb from the store, as a crowdof
for anyone with a white face. he queried his headquarter TJie driver then refused to of us decided to go home. within minutes, was able young Negroes approached
Yet the gentleness and by radio whether ha could go proceed: so I walked toward You don't want to Jo in there a taxi the car. The driver, a Negro
presence of mind of a hand there. The reply was "use Nevi tanton H:gh. A black they wouldn't know you area Negro shoved me Into of about 20, l let me off at
ful of adult Negro citizens your own judgment" cloud Of smoke billowed skyward reporter," the youth aaid and rear eat of the taxi, a downtown Jacksonville corner
pulled this reporter from an The taxi reached the edgeof from where officers During the first five blocksof by a Negro and with and said, "I'm sorry
angry mob end made possible "colored town" home of said 1 would find the school my walk, I had received quick! Negro passenger In about what happened back
safe exit from the area approximately U.000 Negroes Small groups of Negro students curious start from women front seat and ordered there. They didn't know
where white police admitted and when! the driver most with textbooks hanging up clothes or men the driver to 'get out of what they were doing. I'm
they could not guarantee life saw two highway patrol cars under their arms, were walk- working In their yards and come fast This man Isnt afraid a lot of Innocent people
or property and a police car, he pulled Ing from the school One sitting on porches. know here" are going to get hurt before -
Jacksonville police radio la- alongside. youth of about 15 said, But as I reached I main But look what you're this .1 over

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In the Cyprus dispute.

"' -" .., Tuomioja 52, politician and '

f..r diplomat said he would take up ; .' t 0 1
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his work in the strife-torn east : .
Mediterranean Island by the ,
I""" middle of next week .A _

Cihus; Firm Officials Booked His appointment was approved t f 7i 't .
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,, Tuesday by Greece, It

W.IUf.JL, Smit? let,, .,.,.t... '*f U<(!., Ship Scklnf. HWM_J.'Wtar Naves, Is ih...n Turkey laudint, Britain and the island'sIwo % _

<. ha woe ......l..wt the Mimtv loll voMoraair .Ones Mftnwr U fevtrfffttlM a. as alleged. "1n.frlrif. > Scheduled ,
: At rls>' t h S..rVattaritar, William I. Holland=(U.ior Plwra ty HMH*<"'"f Talks : -
Tuomioja who has been Finland

3. Face Theft Chargesin said'a he ambassador would fly to to New Sweden York _

Sunday Thant.for further consultationswith IiI

Tuomioja's mission Is to try p,
to bring a permanent peace between

Alleged Citrus Fraud the feuding Greek and ,
Turkish Cypriot communities 8)A "" ',f..
said the Finnish
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By RONNIE STUART vernal Food Products Inc., carries I onear sentence, had given him a six
Ledger Staff Writer of Lakeland. for each conviction. months leave of absence but MacArthur Memorial
"nobody can tell how long it will
Smith 55, of Loopin
BARTOW Two men were County Solicitor Gordon mediator's mandate
take. The
arrested yesterday and s MacCalla said he will file in Winter Haven and Cameron from the Security Council la for Yovngirors from South I* ground h ....".. for MocArthur, the sees far Mrs. MocArrhur.
third was arrested more than formations today against the 42, of 517 Lemon released St., only three months, but it undoubtedly the Gas. Douglat ..- Tr.trro I. the nesed..5. the 100.roar-aM. formic Norfolkml
two weeks ago to climax trio identified as Walter A. Auburndale were Immediately would be extended If who ,ii 14, I. .. ... ...rth.... which will ke dodlcorod as e memorial on May 10.
under $1,000 almost
a three-week 'Investigation Into Smith, operator of Lake Shipp after being arrested on factions and nations Involved de- In Woihlnihm after two ... a "fraud" ring which re- Packing House In Winter Haven
sired It.With .
portedly had stolen several ; Edward Leonard Cameron warrants signed by Sheriff
thpniMnrl dollars from Unl-! a scales operator for Deputy Frank Mock late yes Tuomioja's appointment MacArlhurDoing On Edge BoatOverturns
Universal; and William Hugh terday afternoon. the United Nations was almost Fishing
ready to begin Its two-fold task
0'W- Thompson a truck driver for Thompson who Is free under
Lake Shipp Packing House. tl.500 bond was arrested of enforcing a peace between the 9
March 1 and charged with Greek and Turkish Cypriote and Urge ; I
Many Counts Eyed grand larceny. Mock said he trying to mediate their bloody
MacCalla who used the also will be charged with communal dispute Best I Can'WASHINGTON Feared Dead

term "fraud" In describing conspiracy ,to commit larceny Commander Thant ConferLt. Picketing

the alleged operation laid Mock. wa< credited by Mac Gen. Prem Singh Gyanl I (AP) MIAMI (AP) A public
each of the three will be icing "to do the very
Indian commander of the U.N. charter
.. fishing boat
with Calla and Sheriff Monroe can," Gen. Douglas Ne ed that Bryant would not Intervene overturned
charged grand larceny
and Brannen with conducting the peacekeeping force for the Island -hero of three wars-fought and unless asked to do so by today while approaching an Atlantic -
conspiracy to commit
larceny. He added they may Investigation of the three men, ,said arrived the International back In Cyprusand way back today from the at local authorities Ocean Inlet near Palm
MacCalla described the In.
a ,P y i. face as many as II .countsof vestigatioil as a "not so well- may be operational by the end'of two major operations ho. Bryant himself made no comment Beach. First reports to the
the other than
each charge kept secret," but the first official of the week. He had been In days.His on meeting Miami Coast Guard said three
A conviction on the larceny doctors-warning that a breezy "good morning" to
Geneva for two days of talks six
statements on the mat persona were missingand !
charges could mean prison outlook Is still guarded-said newsmen as he left the Capitolfor
.t + sentences of up to five years ter were I made yesterday. with The Thant Security Council's March progress of their 84-year-old : I : : law I Miami and Key West, wherehe 11 were picked up by res-
on each conviction and conspiracy According to Brannen, tient la "better than we had of was to dine with former cue craft.
to' commit larceny (Turn t6 Page Z, Column 1) (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) j right to hope for" Early President Harry Truman. Fears were expressed that
they reported bia The Negro delegation was led I the missing persons were trap.
unchanged I by Robert Saunders, Florida ped under the 63 foot hull of the
fishing boat Two ,
rs "There la good reason to field secretary for the NAACP, George.
j The Information was radioedto
will continue
progress who laid the organisation com
ly," they had reported Miami, Coast Guard search
WILLIAM If. THOMPSON Crisis Not Over (Turn to Page 2, Column 3) and rescue headquarters from
scene, off Boynton Inlet,
However U.S. Army -...-_.. ...... _....4 where the boat tipped over in
General Leonard D. Heaton bound.
he could not say when the A Coast Guard rescue boat
Just Two eral would pass his crisis. Given? was dispatched from Like

plans were to keep him In Worth and three helicopter
1 More emergency equipped were sent from Miami 70 miles:
room of the Walter Reed Fund Still south after another boat radioed .
Medical Center probably the Coast Guard that the
Just two more days remain few days Two Georges had overturned,
to order extra copies When his condition
of The Ledger's special the general will be $50,000
Polk County Decade for his suite of rooms In the
Decision Progress Edition. S section reserved by the ,. F
It wW be published Sat- for its most Important
III'day-tbe Ledger's first 'i rIv Sometime after his return
regular Saturday morning will be allowed visitors.
edition and will be delivered A long hospitalization Is to
of all
to the doors contemplated at present.

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But you'll want extra Amusements .......... 28 I
send to friends, who holds :
copies to MacArthur Bridge ........."......?.? IS
relatives and business associates five-star rink of general of
who might not Army, was In the recovery Business News ...... 9
know about Folk's move soon after surgery when Comics. ....... 28-29
head. personnel heard him say: "I Classified ......... 30-31
Copies of the special J going to do the very In Crossword Puzzle 29
edition, at 21 cents per I can" ?
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may be ordered from I I from a gall bladder Deaths ...........?......... 2 .
your newsboy or through I .1 March and the jaundice .. Editorials ..?_......." 4
the circulation office and I had brought him to the : ef Horoscope ?.?...,??. 28.M

will be In mailed the U.free S.anywhere er Arrested Conspiracy was Improving. : Television ......... .._ 29'

Canada. A bandy order Early Monday morning Sports ". ...... 2S2627'Weather '
blank and additional information Uw... U Camoran ril>r, e ...... .,.,.te. fat UnfrrtrMl Feed PrWucrl, I...., Loused. IkooUa' ternal tors noted bleeding signs in of the severe ?..?......_ 10.
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3 Face Theft I Pentagon-Ordered Data Shows '

Charges In

Much Housing DiscriminationWASHINGTON

Citrus Case \

AP-A Pen-III the most unyielding" of the,up with such good record*'Jn tilt

Thompson and Cameron have tagon-ordered showed;various form of racial bias fac-'first reports mads laat N mu-
signed statement admitting survey leg Negroes In uniform. 'her that the commander*were

hey conspired to turn in false there was housing discrimination -! Progress Made relieved of the responslMtRgr of

weights of fruit sold to Universal against Negro servicemen, reporting again on May I.

by Lake Shlpp, The near 90 per cent of the military This discrimination Fitt said, I Although the names Of trtttt
exist in Northern base area as
sheriff said Thompson would bases were not disclosed Fltt
bases In the United States, It
well a* In the South. Only 31 of
said In Tekas and
some were
was disclosed today. I 305 bases studied were given a
: Alfred P, Fltt, deputy assistant clean bill on this count. Fitts

1'tQ1J1 P..g, 0114' secretary of defense for declined to name the 31.

The Pentagon' civil rights
civil rights told The Associated '
chief Indicated that by the
deliver the fruit while Cameron Press that housing "clearly
process of "negotiation and conclliation" -
was working at the ,
base had

Kales Seen made progress In easing dIScrimination Doing 'Very
The latter would then raise X-Rays
against Negro servicemen -
the actual weight of the fruitbv and their families In off-. Best I Cant

"50" to 100 boxes per truck. Way To Fight base schooling transportation

loud MacCalla stated, Er'w and use of such public facilitiess
In the signed statements his condition was good, Hasten
and libraries.
|Breast CancerPALM said.
Ihompson reportedly admit. "I'm sure that since last fall
ted paying Cameron $1.SO for F, commanders have secured They diagnosed the kite of the

each box of fruit he added to BEACH SHORES: (AP) changes on behalf of their bleeding as the esophagus, the

the actual amount. Cameron -Periodic X-ray examinations men" Fitt said. tube which conveys food to the

allegedly admitted receivingthe of all women over 40 were urged Among other things, base stomach.

money L,0: ,? 44 today as the only means of cutting commanders had been told to The doctors operated to remove -

Money In Freezer the "grievous" toll from report whether the "treatment the spleen and used the

Mock said Cameron had led WOODIM" YOU II SURPRISED TOO?-If you think. turnmlis Chicago vtntnloqulim do... Inirrueror" foul Srodolmog' caster, breast Dr. Jacob cancer.Gershon-Cohen of accorded by the Negro local military police personnel (is) in 1 0 - _. .

the officer to $0,900 stored In no.o no ,..u..*., lot a ....11.. at she ask of carpet if lift with wife, Trudy, sad sos. Ronnie, '4. DummIes, loft to anv different from that accorded lf
the Albert Einstein Medical Cen- way Jll.hl) i1It'J: i iI
an envelope In a deep freeze Windy woitrou Radial Lewis hondo Mm ... ., and
Higgins ai she lIill. i5hp, arc Danny Hasan, Windy Hiini Cindy Twlggim.AP white military
er Philadelphia, made the plea person ,
.in his house, Mock also told I '",c. ,
tok. Occasion was dlnnar hut nlht far IT raduatas al a ( Wlrophoro) in addressing the sixth annual nel." I
')f recovering another $300 in .
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cash from Cameron and of seminar for science writers No DifferenceThe vein that carries. blood from tile

finding evidence of his pay. British City On Edge LBJ Foresees sponsored by the American Cancer findings Flt said: "No'spleen as a hunt to the kidneys.

ing bills amounting to approximately Society, cue of significant difference In This apparently Improved blood

Both MacCalla$1,500 and Bran. Regime Has Jax Negroes Urge Health Care Many Too AdvancedHe law and enforcement Negro servicemen between," white flow In the and bleeding lowered veins blood pressure

nen emphasized that the investigation said that at present about The survey was ordered last I Then they inserted a tube to

is continuing. Mac. Close Call Bill 95 per cent of all breast cancersare September. Its basic objective, tamp the bleeding area and

Calla added "We have reason PassageWASHINGTON first detected by patients the Pentagon said at the time stem the flow of blood. This tube

10 believe there are other Hit Run Picketing themselves, and that at the time was to obtain "necessary Infor- was removed at noon Tuesday

dealers who had this same LONDON (AP)-Britain's Con. CAP' ) president ., they are spotted, 60 per cent of mation for the formulation of and six houn later doctors said

deal with Cameron and possibly lervative government rejected Johnson was described today them already have spread be- future policy." there had been no further bleedIng -

other weightmen." demands for Its resignation on plaints on the governor's desk. ond night, but there was no repe. is very hopeful that Congress yond the breast to the armpits. A total of 62 base area turned .

MacCalla said I Indications Tuesday night after a rebellion' Newsmen were barred from the tition of the fatal shooting that will act this year on legislation Thus, he said available curs -

are the nonexisting fruit credited in party ranks brought It withinone I meeting Monday night claimed the life to provide health care for tive methods-*uch as surgeryare -

to Lake Shipp may have vote of defeat on Its bill tOI I Mayor Haydon Burna called of a Negro mother of 10 chil the elderly, financed through Social forfeited In approximately &bttuar .1

been worth more than $50,000. abolish price-fixing. ,on "outstanding citizens of good Security.Sen SO per cent of all cases i
Mock estimated between With scores of Conservative I!'will" from both races to forman dren. Hubert H. Humphrey of "It Is my belief" he said
11,000 and 20,000 boxes of members of the House of Commons official community relations Fires broke out Tuesday night Minnesota, the assistant Senate
oranges were wrongly cred- abstaining to show their In several Negro areas. Shotgun I Democratic leader said In an 'that periodic X-ray examina- MRS. MARY MITCHELL the service was furnished by
tiona of 40 of
lIed to the firm since the beginning disapproval the government :' : ;.p _.;r : it charges splattered a school interview that Johnson had can- age can women alter this.over. .grievous.years .1 Mrs. Mary C. Mitchell (0, ol Mrs. Ray L. Tucker pianist.

of current fruit sea squeaked by 204.203 to put down vassed the prospects for the 305 W, Park died yesterday
and Rocks
{ building a police car. situation
son. This was, period during a Laborite attempt to weaken .!:t lffl ;.,W J. program at a White House I morning In the Lakeland Gen RITES FOR

which oranges sold for $1! to $8 I the highly controversial govern I and bottles struck several autos meeting with Democratic con SI Cancers Found : eral Hospital following a long MR. FRAMKENBERRY

per box Brannen said. I ment bill."Resignl. committee. Burns told a news injuring at least one motorist gressional chieftains Tuesday. Describing a survey of his own illness. Funeral services for Fred

Acting on a tip from JosephC resign cried opposition conference: .'1 am requesting Mayor Haydon Burns, cancelIng "The President is very Interested be said that among some 1,150 Mrs. Mitchell, who came to, Frankenberry, SO, who died

Sargeant III an employe Laborltes after the gov. these people to meet In an effort a visit to Tampa In his campaign In getting action on this women having breast X-ray examinatlons Lakeland from New York City Saturday at The Carpenters'Home

at Universal's Lakeland plant ernment mustered only the one- to settle all unrest. for governor told his sup- matter and intends to press forIt at six month Intervals In 1921. Is a member of St. were held Tuesday at

the Sheriff's Department and vote margin to defeat an Bums said he would not name porters there in a telephone ," Humphrey said. 31 cancers were discovered Joseph's Catholic Church, the 10 a.m. at the Home.

the State Department of Agriculture amendment to exempt drugs members of the speech that things were under 29 Catholic Woman's Hub and a The Rev. John R. Hunt pas-
any group patients, Including two
"Bill Will Pass" among
began their investigations and medicine from the bill. control In Jacksonville. charter member of The Humane tor at the Methodist Temple, officiated
had of both
"Thl Is not an officially designated women who cancer
March 5. Technically the Issue was not 100 Arrested Johnson told the United Automobile breasts. Society. at the services. Vocal
a major vote of confidence, and biracial committee, Workers convention in Survivors Include her brother selections were presented by

Trucks Rewelghed the government would not have Burns emphasized "This !ii an Heavily reinforced police details -Atlantic City, N.J., Monday: In all the cancerous Matthew Condon of Lakeland; Mrs. Frank Holm, with Mrs. C.

According to Brannen Sar. ,been obliged to resign had it opportunity for the communityto rounded up more than 100 "We are going to pass a medical growth tstancel./ small and 11 grandchildren and 24 great Marshall Goddard accompanying -

geant had rewelghed two lost. But some Conservatives : step forward."A Negroes during the night rais- assltance bill for the agedno spread had occurred -grandchildren. her
truckloads of fruit after Cam biracial committee per ae Ing the total arrests to nearly in only 10 cases-far few Pallbearers
,aware of the strength of moral matter how many months Ittake. Funeral services wi'l be to- were: Herbert
eron had weighed the fruit pressure In British politics, felt has no power no legal power 3 50 since Monday' outbreak of .. The sensible and prudentand er than usually would be en- morrow morning at 10 o'clockat Olson, A. A. Cooper Helmar

and left the plant, MacCalla resignation would have been un and I'm afraid If one was appointed violence climaxed weeks of an- lasting way to do this is countered among a comparable the St. Joseph's Catholic Jensen, K Rybinsk!. Fred Ku-

said "one of the loads was avoidable if the government had by government the people tisegregatlon demonstrations through the Social Security Sys group of women who had not Church. Burial will be In Oak epfer,,Josephat Loranger, Dave

short 110 boxes and the other lost the vote. \ would not accept is recom- Mor than 20 Negroes and two tern." been X-rayed regularly he said Hill Burial Park. tfaronev.. and Frank Finn.

was light 113 boxes." The bill would prohibit manufacturers mendations' I II white youths were charged with This pledge: was open to at Mrs. Mitchell was precededIn Burial -was in the Carpenter's I

Progress apparently led to, dictating retail prices I A false bomb threat was the carrying firearms said Asst east, two different Interpretations death by her stepson. P. G:Home Cemetery. Thornton Memorial

the discovery of the opera. an established way of British spark that touched off mob violence Police Chief H. V Branch. Two Mist members of Congress Thant Names Mitchell for whom services Home was In charge of

lion. Brannen related how business life. With Britain's gen Tuesday' at New Stanton Negroes hnrf firebombs, he said, seemed to think the President were set today In Lakeland arrangements.

Sargeant had told of install eral election to be held some High/ School, a sprawling brick At least three blazes were attributed was conceding that "many GoBetweenFor'Cyprus Dukes-Steen Funeral Home 10

ing new equipment in the Ume before Nov. 8, many Con. school with.1,700 Negro students to tire bomb,. Firemen months" stretching Into next in charge of arrangements for RITES r-R. SCOTT

plant which was supposed to servatives fear they will lose Students tIled from the schoolin answered about 90 calls-40 of year-would be required to geta Mrs. Mitchell. MULBERRY Services for

" increase the solids yield from the votes of the country's 300,000 orderly fashion but when them false alarms bill passed. Others thought he Dan L. Scott 49, Route 1, who
the fruit. but Instead, the yield white and fire units and BENNY LEEMAN died
small shopkeepers. These mer- police A shotgun blast shattered two meant he wanted Congress Sunday morning at Lake-
dropped by about five .
tent per ,chants see supermarkets and newsmen arrived the youngsters windows of Central Adult Schoola to stay on this year to get the 4 resolution authorized appointment Word has been received here land General Hospital were to

Brannen said engineers other large chains driving them began throwing rocks and block from police headquarters. -job done ofa, eeutral negotiator to that Benny Leeman formerly a be held this afternoon at 3
thoroughly checkedthe I out of business If prices are bricks at them. Ten persons In a second' Humphrey sided with the lat seek a solution of the three- Lakeland resident died Mondayat o'clock at the East Side Baptist

new equipment but could free to fluctuate competitively One newsman was mauled anda story classroom escaped injury. ter Interpretation. He said he month-old conflict over the Cyprus his home In Belleville, Ontario Church with the Rev. Hugh
car was burned before order Harris of the East Side
thinks there Is a good possibil- Canada. While in Lakeland
find I constitution. The council
not any malfunction. Police Sgt James Miller said
was restored. that Mr, Leeman resided Baptist Church officiating Burial
Ity some arrangements can at
On March 3 '
Sargeant pre- Demonstrations In downtown buckshot from a shotgun chargehit be made to get House action on ,b.' "0 118 Queens Ave., and attendedthe was to be In, Pelote Ceme
sented his
findings to Bran. Woman his he
I Delighted car as was driving
I Jacksonville, staged with regularity ,the health care Issue. Lakeland Gospel Chapel.He tery.
nen. and four days later through a Negro section. He : :jj
over a period of weeks by I "I understand some changes 1 ftJ : Is survived by his widow, Scott was a native of Hills-
rhnmpson was arrested on a I To Be NamedNEW the National Association for the was not hurt. In the Social Security laws are Mrs. Eileen Leeman, one son borough County and had been
grand larceny charge. Seven
In a statement released, Advancement of Colored People, going to be considered" ht said also approved\) sending and one daughter, all of Belle- employed by the American
have to date provoked no violence Motorists reported they ran "That would be 'peace ville. Services and burial will Agricultural Chemical Company
a logical
Universal officials In YORK placeto Cyprus
through (APPresldentJohnson' force to for three months
Into a hail of bricks and other include this be tomorrow at 2 o'clock in for[ IS years.
lakeland, Nash LaGctte of ambassador program. mediator seeks
choice for while the a
Pearson, state president per- He member of the
Rutledge missiles at several Intersections Belleville. was a EastSide
Clearwater president of the to Denmark Mrs. Katherine of the NAACP promised In predominantly Negro areas Proposal Stopped manent accord! Baptist Church here.

firm, said "We as a company Flkur White, says she Is continued hit and run demonstrations One person was cut by flying The late President John F. Thant needed!the assent of the MRS. KATIIRYN KELLER Survivors Include three daughters -

have not lost any moneyweare delighted the President is appointing in the downtown area. glass from a shattered wind- Kennedy tried to move the proposal Greek and Turkish Cypriots as Mrs. Kathryn Helen Keller. Dorothy Scott Tampa.

We In a position to recover for it. women to high posts iniovernment. Mayor Haydon Burns In an shield.At through the House last well a* Brltafyi, Greece and 51, of 621 Arapahoe Ave. died Lynda Dian Scott and Brenda
holding payment Interview said limited picketing Turkey coguaramtor of Cyprus' yesterday. She Elaine Scott, both of Mulberry
fruit in the loads Involved." least year but encountered formidable was a native of ;
The mother of two children would be permitted as usual. seven persons were opposition from Chairman I960 Independence from Britain. Springfield, 111, and came to two sons, James Randolph

CoiMtant Threat and a grandmother of six re Darkness Tuesday night con night Injured In during various the Incidents.day and Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., of the before naming. Tuomloja as Lakeland 3'/i years ago. Great Lakes Training Station

LaCiette: also said "schemesof turned Tuesday from a Paris tinued to provide the cover for Shortly after midnight Ways and Means Committee. mediator. She is survived by her hus 111, and Robert Larue Mulberry -

this nature art a constant meeting of the International harrassment by unruly elementsIn reported 74 cases docketed.police Kennedy had been assured Cyprus Foreign Minister Spy. band. James W. Keller. ; one brother. Merrick

threat to the Florida grower Federation of University Wo the Negro sections. Flames Charges Included vandalism of the votes for Senate passage roe Kyprlanou. a Greek Cypriot Funeral services will be held Scott Tampa; and two sitters,

and producer Good Internal men. and gunfire. crackled for the sec- damage to if the House acted. said at U.N. headquarter Tuesday Friday morning at 10 o'clock at Mrs. Loretta Boyedt. Llthia and
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night ht had notified the the Gentry-Morrison Funeral Mrs. Lola Zeddiker Oregon.
accounting procedures enabled disorderly conduct possessionof There has been no outward
to detect this scheme : that Mills J.N.! secretariat that President Home chapel with burial In
us Arrests Stir InterestIn firearms and fire bombs, vagrancy -sign has softened Ms
some time ago, and we have I and prowling opposition to the program. If Wakartos of Cypus, who heads Lakeland Memorial Gardens. MESSER INFANT

had It under constant surveillance : Weapons seized Included I Mills romaine strongly opposedIt the Island's Greek majority had Friends .may call at the funeral WINTER HAVEN! Pamela

to run I It down Regulation ProposalsBy derringer, several I pistols and Johnson will need all of his approved Tuomioja home tomorrow night Jean Messer, two-ytar-old I
I from 7 until t o'clock.
of Mr. and Mr .
"This case was broken asa rifles and a wide variety of political persuasiveness to get
result of tireless efforts of 'the committee to override the D. blower of 120 Avt. B, N E..
i DAVE PRATT California has long providcc tnives. ROMAIN T. HATHAWAYRomain died
Sheriff Monroe Brannen andhis I' suddenly this morning at
deputies working with the Ledger Staff Writer for licensing of public weigh-, Bomb threat Mad 68,000 Residents T. Hathaway. 68, of the Winter Haven Hospital.
I he Mills
of three musters by the state. Unless can get to go the
arrest yesterday Suo-D-Kay Trailer park. Besides her
she Is
State Department of Agricul. The trouble Tuesday started parents
think Johnson
along politicians
who have been charged In 1961, the recommendationthat QualifiedTo died early today at Lakeland survived by her
ture Citrus Inspection Division men after a false bomb threat at a would accomplish a near-mlra Now paternal grandparents -
with reporting false weights on scale operators be under high school General Hospital. Ht was a Mr. and Mr. Curtis
Negroes cle bill
by before
getting passed -
"We would like to give special fresh citrus sold to a processor official supervision wu adopted overturned and burned a any native of Geneva Mich, and Messer. Keith W. Va.
news the November election.
by the legislative committees Vote In Polk came to Lakeland three
\ recognition to Deputy has stirred industrywide: attention man's car and beat a magazine years Funeral services were to beheld
frank Mock." to the need of bonding but it did not reach final photographer \ ago 'from Youngstown, Ohio. He at the graveside at 4 o'clock

Both Smith and Cameron idle operator or putting package form for presentation A white woman reported she: Pistol StolenAt BARTOW Supervisor of was a member of the Methodist -this afternoon In Lakeside Memorial -
weight operation at citrus to the legislature with other Church In Michigan; a Park. The
came to the Hall of Justice was pulled from her car and Registration Blanche Work to- Rev. Father
plant under the supervision of citrus bills on the determination said 68 member of the Masonic Lodge Matthew J. Connolly
Building here when Informedby kicked by a Negro She was W. HavenWINTER day -approxlmt pastor of
telephone that warrants for the Department of Agriculture. of tome Industry leaders. treated at a hospital and re 000 persons have registeredsince la Collins Ohio; and si veteranof St. Joseph's Catholic Church,
World War I
their arrest had been issued "Since 11S, Florida Citrus that the commissioner of agriculture leased. the county began a voter and a memberof was to officiate.
Mutual has endeavored to haveIn has full authority over HAVEN A .22 last the Youngstown American Arrangements under the
by County Judge Richard I White persons stayed out of re-regisUratlon program were
the scales after all, Steele said caliber Colt target pistol Legion Post direction
of the
the citrus legislative Funeral
Bronson. Industry January. Crisp
!Negro areas even during day.!
at $83 and two storage ValUed. He Is survived by his widow
Cameron was accompaniedby package legislation that will re Proposal Falls light hours, The Jacksonville lei Mrs. Work said more than Mrs. Veiva Hathaway; three Home
were reported
his wife, and Smith came quire scale operators be either Coach Co. discontinued .bus 1,000 voter from the various
Mutual Romain R. of
tried again in 196, terday, the batteries sons. Lakeland
were recovered RITES!
with his attorney William B. bonded or subject to supervision service to Negro sections. part of the county have registered of Sharon FOR MRS. CHAMBERS
asking this time that scale operators I by Winter Haven police Virgil Center. Ohio,
Holland of Winter Haven. Hoi- by Ihe Department of Agriculture PLANT CITY Funeral
also be bonded. Again The racial explosion Monday at the mobile registration and Willis R. of Hagerstown.Pa services -
Mrs. Lamar
land said his client had "nostatement" Robert W. Rutledge executive for Mrs. Julia Ann Chamber
night resulted In the shooting i unit during the past three Mrs. -
the proposed legislation failed 1232 South Lake Otis Drive, ; a daughter, Beatrice
vice president of FlorIda *. 79.
at the time of his death of weeks. a resident of Lakeland -
a Negro woman and of
reach the floor of the Angst Wadiworth Ohio a
said this to Legislature. said the gun woe stolen from ;
Citrus Mutual will be held
arrest. the wounding of three other per- brother Carl Hathaway of Friday morning
morning.. "Each time this her car glove compartment, at 10 o'clock
at the Jerry
Missiles thrown
sons. at autos Michigan and four grandchildren -
has been turned down by Although processing plants while It wis at a local garagefor ; M. Hopkins Funeral, Home
this season will handle more Injured a fireman a policemanand Vandals Strikes\' and two lrellt-Irandchil-
various Individuals In the .Industry. repair I Chapel with the Rev. Nelson
than 1200 million worth of fruit a white motorist. dren.
Missing Goya The batteries, belonging to Allen pastor of Bonny Baptist
Funeral services and burial
through weighing stations the stolen from
Roy Dixon were
Proposal Planned Florida citrus industry is one The eggplant I ia native to the In Winter Haven will be In Canfield. Ohio. Church, officiating. Burial will
Not ReturnedLONDON a n equipment stockpile 11 "s In Mount Enon
"However we will definitely of the few agricultural Indus East Indies. Florence Citrus Grower Assoc. Friends may call at the Gentry- Mrs. Chamber died

I have a proposal in our next tries left where produce I Ia sold field office at Avenue T. NE.: WINTER HAVEN Vandals Morrison Funeral Home tonight ir'* Plant Monday

(AP) Judges of legislative package that will be on a weight basis that does not POULTRY & EGGS Police found the batteries. but struck twice In the northwest from 7 until I o'clock. She I II survived City nursing by one home

Britain's Royal Academy today very strong in this direction and require bonding. the acid had been drained from Lake Howard Drive ares at Charley D. Chamber of ton,

finished scrutinizing 10,000 pictures -we Intend to push It heavily Informed Industry sources TAMP. ourroal(A >-tot wtwbt nirktt sod,MM toloo i wr tolUlltro. both. Continental Can Company and RITES FOR MR. HAHN and six grandchildren Lakeland and-

entered for the academy's because since the organizationof claim It i Is very easy for scale- Or"ao: I at Beamer Memorial Methodist F Funeral service for Jacob six
In KfCatlP'andchlldren.Dukes .
annual exhibition but failed to the Fruit Protection Division, men to conspire with suppliers A ue.'s erttnt CATTLE AUCTIONS Church over the weekend. W. Hahn of 2304 GolMew. who

tied the missing Goya portraitof we hayS secured the necessary to falsify the weight of a truck- rz.Lot. 1100 94oo :44 4li-44-** 010 aim,::os 41< I Damage to the business firm died Monday, were held last

the Duke of Wellington. Information to back up our load of fruit under the present SellS Mnllun 91 ISoo Oi '3t"\4ljOl4oo"U: : 'tJ! JACMONV1U.I ol<* >-Unom .,rletomutea wan listed at S200 after someone night at the chapel of HeathFuneral

The Goya which: was boughtfor stand and make it necessaryfor setup even though the coat of -.c. of o>rt'r TiHidtir irxllni ok Loktlonir otlll* otMllon UadUoo morkru broke a window etch In the Home. The Rev. Dwight SfeenI
bleh.' In tomt ..., ..
OiMthtM* and Wttator tl K. Sailor Chaplain of theCountry
the nation for $392,000 In the Legislature to considerthe bonding scalesmen I II negligible .viiolMolo orirtt on poultry vlektdUB ,. I ntrktu a._ aomituot a IM *ooktorlltr. business office and reception
ol lormf Hnu. h o |kt.no
"v Club Estates
I Association
August. 1961 was stolen withina proposal compared to the value of the Mlot rtMrlMi hmo, 4d-4lbt oa' lauaHON* Clottoo I room probably with an air -
n.tll .-.Y. I... .oo. hrnt, iiixlrr 4 officiated: Burial will be
month from the National Gal USDA supervision of scale fruit being handled. [to. Ni otti.rt no ooln r.norUd Jtnr.v, lUnd.rt oood snoa-ia'nn- tbo 11001179 rifle police said. The church I I Funeral Home
lose thousands Dellr>r> prlctt i. jnulnl. passes 1 Htltoro. ftw in Midland Mich. Music for
could KM
lery In Trafalgar Square. No operators was first suggestedby Processor --* huhwCITRUS IS ,' ,a Used MO-701 IIM90 sustain a broken window,
ii to-ia
trace of It has ever been found. Mutual In 1929 and citrus of dollar a day In i a Cow.! .8tr, U7t-IT u'I I probably by a thrown orange,

Sir Charles Wheeler. president -Industry legislative committees' large-scale operation where 100 SHIPMENTS ...Cu.Built,,,"one w ullllir 950-500 t 00-11 IM 1100 00 >MMIHUrd .: and a broken glass) sign' police THORNTON tI 310 S. Florida

of the academy, had suggested were Instructed at that time to: or so truck carrying average Vrolrro II50-2J50 Old I3S-JSO Ib calnr Oood added.
that the thieves return get full Information on howCaliforsia's load of 43,001) pound move mINTS Haves i r...-ttotn Citrus 21 100-3000 l.w la UaO, tluullrdI
tmpxtltoit Curtail 10 .... userS |113 00-2700. I. It ... ... I Phone MU 2-3123
controls acted said 1 i iI
scales.The Etidir Ctotoooil
it "with no question asked" by through the I5.sb' Ideal condition for tracking
.of.. Ore.. Tnona I IMn Oood ooo-wio IM II 00-1100.
slipping it among the many pie, Herman F. Steele. assistant' temptation Is particularly a>" tOOl BKUura 14HOI9MI by bloodhound are damp 'k Il" JtWI
tunes submitted for the acad., general manager of Mutual i acute this year of high I" Mil- MOW mann: I .Htlltn 14 00-10 Modlaoi 40, It. footf, 40O700Ib. ground little breeze and moderate Lbulonc. service
Tolol'CoontrH ., .*> MOTl lJm ae'.osw. end I '
I 1 :
exhibition. The Code ol 'oed.
my' annual Agricultural prices. JO,IM 140 525: 255-305 0,0 is ns.j a, temperature


Wednesday, March Z5.! 1W }

!Casinos_ Say Silver Dollar Lack LAKELAND LEDGER,

I c-a.,.

eD Will Cut Down On Gambling Take INSURANCE SER .

I Lanlir Upthaw,

RENO: Nev. (AP-The gray- vrr dollars, more Ilk the big payoff," the I hie.. SS38SSM
I T n a .s..e..asaSHOP
haired lady in a turquoise print lion at the start after feeding the machines I
dress flitted from one learning
shrunk to fewer -------
slot machine to the next In the,
/big Reno ambling casino,and those aren't
plunking In silver dollar last long The
'I like the clink i and the way ions Committee THURSDAY TIL 5:30: P.M.,
they feel," she. said "Chips or legislation to pay FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M, LAKELAND
slugs just wouldn't be the ISO million new .
same" Collectors and
Veteran Nevada casino operators -have gobbled up

concur 1 Treasury's The silver :
IIN.OM Los Seen
tion In the daily
it's going to hurt us If we some Western .
don't get more silver dollars," where do the
said Raymond I. (Pappy) Smith such streams as
spry, 7t-yer-old cofounder of da's legal
famed Harolds Club In Reno. into the gulping
"It's going to cost this club The lady In
more than $100,000 a year." dress played as
The of sit machines at once.
__u._Treasury's._____supply.._ _

Ii l I BUY Estate SELL Match II oE"I tt"I I

Ladies' Solid Gold

with mesh bond ((10 mm wide) mode I
Smartly styled-very" fine Swiss .,,,,, 1
ten |uo ran tee.
List $ Easter floral arrangements

ORATORICAL CONTEST WINNUS-tMil.yta. | Mi. ..*,..," ..., were .w....... .!. rime Price $25000 Sacrifice for
Him wi..... .* the Ukiki.il. Ortfml,* Club's .....1 MMrtol s.MM.r.... .... Mt a.., ere custom designed you!
MIctiMl. Albnchr' third. .,bc. w,...", MO .f Mr. *.i M... T. J. AlbwcM, flnr-pUce wi...,
D..M '. .. .. ... ,. .... HLMIlii: OF II \
.C" m l Mr. .4 M. Jack Fnck i D* f l W. m .f M Mrs. Come choose your Easter and spring floral) arrangements now from
Li...... L W.tM*, _....-,l.ce wi..... I ALL AT DISCOUNT PRICES'FRANK'S our delightful selection of colorful "permanent" flowers! Bring your

own container, or choose one from our large assortment I
Ruby's New Legal Counsel Has If
MISS MARGUERITE JOHNSON will custom detian{ your flow. purchou In our
Lakeland Start, THURSDAY, MARCH 26th, 10-4:30. FRIDAY, MARCH 17th, 10-4:39
and 7.9 SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 10-4:30.:
Different Approach In MindDALLAS. "

ouswowos tue Msas Gifts

Tex (AP-Dr. Hu- Ruby was convicted March 14 munlty sentiment" of what he
bert Winston Smith, college professor of slaying Lee Harvey Oswald,I called "gloom and dishonor" "Dlemen* if sken' f 10 Ief Msi. St SHOP WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF A
who I II Jack Ruby' new President John F Kennedy's accused from President Kennedy's as MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT
head legal counsel. Indicates he assassin, and sentenced to sassmstion He said Ruby could
will pursue new line of defense death after a month..long trial.,have gotten a less dispassion
In seeking to reverse Ruby'sdeath Belli DbmlsjedRuby's ate" trial elsewhere.
Smith 58. director of the Unl family dismissed Melvin .
versify of Texas Law School's M. Belli of San Francisco, '
Law-Science Institute, was introduced their chief lawyer after his criticism .
Tuesday night as chief of Dallas and the verdict.
defense lawyer by Eva Grant, A Houston lawyer, Percy Foreman
Ruby' lister. I accepted the case but quit GROVE PARK
A graduate of Harvard' law four days later after what he CENTERChanging
and medical schools Smith said called differences of opinion be-
he entered the case, without fee tween himself and the Ruby
to see that every relevant Issue family i
of the Ruby case was examined Smith, who grew up In Dallas.
scientifically by "the best medical said he would ask a new trialon the
and legal aid available. the basis Judge Joe B. Brown,
He met Ruby for the first time erred In not transferring the
Tuesday but said he had kept Ruby trial outside of D Ilas.l '
up with the trial through anoth Smith said the Dallas Jurors "In shopping habits of
!! defense lawyer Joe Tonahlll some degree expressed the com'

.r fI Lakelanders for .






on the bunny bandwagon and head for GROVE PARK SHOPPING
aI r t Si- CENTER. Whether it's for Easter finery for the whol. family or items for
the home you'll find everything you need at prices that make Easter shopping .
01 j a pleasure. You'll enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of GROVE
I v PARK where there are acres of free parking. Join Lakeland's Easter Paradeof

ASTER EGO Till--Mr*. Dick timmmt .! 1211 Hibtem smart shoppers who are shopping and saving at GROVE PARK.GROVE .
Drive, earns, IMS emend ft., Infer ..( fit* fr else fount
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Mrs. $iausass. wile ttt... ." the 1,141 *... .. tfc* ...., MMN ('
will r._ln /. .leer yard th...,.. ...t W...Mi4 ,. Mr*. SHU.MM PARK MERCHANTS
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March B, ISM "Don't Throw Any Old Stuff In These Exhibitions Emotional Words .

Save The 01' Arm For Tho Regular Season .! \ .

I LEDGER EDITORIALS I .l"i i Cloud Issues In "

County GrowthA Needs PlanningAs 'Rights' Debate!i1;\ "

I By
little more than 15 years ago, the a result, the commission has d the

City of Lakeland was without a plan- created the Polk County Planning clearest exposition of what Is

ning and zoning program. Board to devise a master program for Involved in the "civil right*"

The municipality was experiencingthe the unincorporated areas in years to bill penduig before Congress

first pangs of substantial growth has Just been given,by a re-

pains. It was an aimless kind of growth. come.The program is of vital interest to t tired Justice of the Supreme

Streets were constructed without regard the various cities and towns, even those Court of the United States
I Charles E. Whittaker in an
to the future. Buildings were because of
with planning and zoning, address before the Southeast
erected in the line of highways and the very substantial growth outside kV41. Missouri State College

thoroughfares of the tomorrows. Util- the corporate limits of Lakeland, Win- While not attempting anyway

ity lines went up and storm drainage ter Haven, Lake Wales, Bartow, Au- to pass Judgment on the '

sewer lines went down simply to meet burndale and the other municipalities.Only constitutionality of the bill or
forecast decisions, Mr.
the needs of the moment. Invisible legal line whatis
an sepa- Whittaker explained Just
This newspaper at that time urged rates the incorporated areas from the the pro and con in the public

that the City of Lakeland take a for- unincorporated sections. And mistakes, : Ul'it ArG debate. He said, for Instance

ward and progressive step and adopta ENTs that "irresponsible recriminations -
outside and inside the corporate limits, '" and term usages

comprehensive planning and zoning because of the lack of planning, are ex- settle nothing but only divide

program. pensive by any yardstick of measurement 'i and confuse people and create DAVID LAWRENCE

Fortunately, the municipalityadopted ,meow problems" and can't be a was therefore beyond the power

a master planning and zoning good substitute for "co-opera of Congress to ."
tive, calm and responsible reasoning enact
ordinance. Yet it Is obvious today that
ADOPTION OF a county-wide plan- processes." He de-
the lack of a prior to 1949 CONTINUING his expositionof
program Polk
for clared
ning and zoning program : the 'Issues, Justice Whittaker -
will cost the city millions of dollars in County will be subject to a referendum 'Today there is a wide tend- said:

years to come. Residential and com- either late in 1965 or early in 1966. ency to speak argumentatively "A principal controversy
mercial property will have to be movedor board through the use of catch seems to center over what is
razed to make for essential The county planning presentlyis words. Some of those that are called the 'public accommoda
way road- working on a comprehensive program commonly heard are terms of tions' features of the pending
street widening and new arterial to the fairly definite meaning, suchas
which will be presented bill Those features, while not
its completion.This 'segregation,' 'discrimina identical with are very' like
ways.High voltage electric power lines public upon tion' and ,'integration,' but the ones contained in the civil
newspaper urges that the citizens even they are often used with
have to be relocated because of
will ,
and owners throughoutPolk little fidelity to their true -
the mistakes of years ago. The same is of the meaning. Others are advanced ';M .fl '
true for some sewer facilities. County give their unqualified Voice PeopleThis terms of definite meaning or ,,' Qtrm: "i"fNl' ln
over-all zoning
to the
support of art, when In fact, a* often

THIS IS a situation which exists in program. I used, they are meaningless. right act of 187, which act.

all of the municipalities of Polk Coun- There Is nothing mysterious about Is The Ledger's Opinion Page***'---*- "THE TERM 'segregation' as stated was held unconsti-
the tool that is tutional by the court in 1883.
ty, and it Is also a situation which Is zoning. It is basically growth. This tutorial pies of lots tti* ......,...'. ewe pinion* .* ...!tIN .! currant Inter.* .In I... Is, In legal effect, but another "Many people seem to be
used to implement a planned 'dis-
developing rapidly in many of the 'lterlol column. It wokomM she .,inlm .! ntttrt in H V.it. .f Hi* Poop!. Column. Uttwt muttko synonym for prohibited quit nonspecific and unclearin

unincorporated areas. And zoning simply provides citizens: ilimj end k..r the wilt,'. .d..... ku sin,.. will k. withhold, spas rtqiwrt. A Urtof should. sot crimination.Is The coined term 'desegregation' of their use of the term 'pub-

The county commission wisely has with a measure of protection for their UMd 2SO words, end Mtry ccunor 1..d. Tk. 10.... rtionrM the right to rajct asp lottof rhoft awkward and a dubious one mean- lic accommodations.'

recognized the probable impact of the investments in real property at a sav- > .. It. Opinion of s.lus.id..od Mho contributor oippoor obowkor. oil tit!. >o0.He'd "Those espousing passage of
a ings of millions of tax dollars by pre- Ing."But the pending bill seem to take
and on
lack of planning zoning the term 'Integration, the view that all, or nearly
county-wide basis as Polk and its communities venting mistakes In growth patternsas Who does Congress think they parking place provided he though commonly used as a all, entrepreneurial establishments -

continue to develop and pro- Polk County continues its vast ex- WakeCongress are going to cut? Have theya can find one. A person can- synonym of 'antidiscrimina that do business generally -
pansion of this and future decades.Gratifying not tell the dentist In the middle tion' or 'antlsegregation.: ac- with the public are, or
hand that reach and
gress. can up of pulling or filling a tooth tually has a very different ought to be held to be, 'pub-
Up pull it out of the air? The "excuse me, Doc, I have to meaning, and embraces the lic.'
laws of economics are Just as move my car; my one hour concept of mixing-well illustrated "Those who resist passage
I News For Taxpayers EDITOR: I have been watch- exacting as all other laws. limit I is up". by the transfer of of the pending bill seem to ,
Ing prices and wages and It Is estimated that one Are professional businessmen schoolchildren from their I take the view that the presently
keeping tab on taxes. It seemsto going to have to move home district to a distant district existing .r. a*
Act for physical shot costs $28 million.
that the Hill-Burton new x-ray, moon
to note
It is gratifying and taxes and for the purpose not of
me prices Is Item of their offices out of LakelandIn in the dictionary sense, only
That only one prod- .
trustees of the Lakeland General Hos- therapy and laboratory sections In everythipg have gone up and igal spending. A nation such order to keep their clients? avoiding 'discrimination,' but those enterprise which are I

pital now expect to build the new $2 the hospital addition. up. If you have to get something as ours,with all our resources, Whoever approved this Park- of affirmatively 'integrating'the carried on by, or are lawfully
repaired you have to pay and -Shop plan need their races. regulated by, the state or fed-
million wing at the municipal Institution The board to let the contract should be without a national
expects twice what the Job Is worth to debt. heads examined.To 'There is, as the Supreme eral government-usually tax-
without any direct demands on for the seven-story wing late this get it done. what elite club most one Court has held, a clear basisin supported or subsidized enterprises

the taxpayers of the city for financial summer, and actual construction is Also I read where the administration N. L. belong! In order to get In on the fundamental law of our -are 'public,' and that

support. scheduled to be started early this fall. (proposed double- this Park-and-Shop plan? I'd land, and particularly In the all\ others such a* one's home,

The trustees' decision to proceed It is expected that the addition will be time pay) for overtime, and like to make some of that Fourteenth Amendment of the club, store, shop or office, or
that will tend prices sky high.I Adds Protest To easy money, too.JANELLA. United States Constitution, for his restaurant or hotel, are
with the hospital expansion Is, of and for use In about .I
completed ready like a lot of other people, striking down 'state acts' of 'private' enterprises, to which
course, good news for both residents two years. am on Social: Security. ,My 'Park And Shop'EDITOR PEARCE discrimination' and hence 'seg only those who are expresslyor

and non-residents of Lakeland, for it This entire situation is a tribute to check is fixed. When regation' In all 'public' institutions Impliedly invited may, of
medical facilities other people a raise and Including state public right come and enter. And
the fine get
will add to
the city commisslori In having the wis- the Put my name at OneEyedAutomobiles schools, as vlolatlve of that they contend that Inasmuch
prices go up we are just
already available in this community.As dom back In the '1950s to create the same as getting our check cut the top of the protest list regarding amendment's guarantee of and *o long as, this Is so, any

is rather well known, the Lakeland board of trustees to direct the opera- o the Park and- Shop equal protection of the laws. Invitation expressly or Impliedly -
General serves many patients and to plan. I agree with Nancy But, as the law stands today, extended to member of
tion of the Lakeland General How can our representativesin
Sykes and Wiley Hodges com- there Is no federal-distinguished the public may be withdrawnor
from all of Polk County, from other Washington have the to EDITOR Has It all of sudden
the board itself for the highly com- guts pletely. I am a secretary In : a from state-legal basis negated by any private entrepreneur
areas of Florida, and from outside the petent manner in which it has carried yell for foreign aid and keepus a downtown Lakeland law become legal to drive a for compelling 'integra for wholly arbi-
wellA. on starvation checks? I firm. Since the Parkand.Shopwent car with only, one headlight? '
state as tion. trary reasons or for no reason -
out its duties. would like to see everyone on Into effect and the little It's getting so In night driving
Surles Jr. chairman of thehospital' simply by the giving or
R. ,
The largely self-financed expansionof Social Security write In to red "one hour time limit"stickers you can hardly tell whether JUSTICE WHITTAKER posting of a notice accordingly -
has disclosed
board of trustees is in Washington and wake up bur put on all the meters, you are meeting cars or mo
the municipal institution pointed out that the Supreme and that It Is beyond the
that almost $1,370,000 has been representatives. not only In front of our offices, torcycles. Recently I met
with the many Flor- Court, In the only opinion constitutional power of the fed-
deposited In local banks for the con strange J. II. but almost all over Lakeland three one'eyed cars In the which it has rendered on the eral government distinguish-
struction of the 141-bed wing. ThereIs ida municipalities beset with prob- I have received quite a num- space of a* many blocks. point, held unconstitutional an ed from the state governmentas
available in the lems of all kinds in the operation of ber of unnecessary tickets, as If law enforcement officers attempt by an act of Congress"to held by the Supreme
more than $200,000 public hospitals. Tax Cut I am sure many other Lake- are Indifferent offending drive establish a code of munIci- Court in the civil-rights cases
funded depreciation account, and another landers and tourists have. ers reflect'that attitude likea pal law regulative of all prI- in 1883, to do anything about
With this kind of hospital manage- mirror. Then too the law
is expected to and
firms between
$200,000 or more Legal doctor and den- vate rights man it
be on deposit in this account before ment and foresight, it is small wonder And SpendingEDITOR tal offices are not on the ex Is usually quite busy with man in society." He said that
is that the City of Lakeland is continuing clusive Park and-Shop list crews, harvesting an the court ruled that this "was The view of Justice Whit-
the hospital addition completed.In of
add its reputationas : An Ill billion tax When a person Is transacting ever-present crop speeders, not within the power delegated taker, as a retired member of
to to growing
have and that is big business now
addition, the trustees re- in cut. My how we smack our business with an attorney he to the national government the Supreme Court have made
ceived an allocation of more than a medical center in Florida chops. "Said the spider to the cannot Just up and walk out adays. by the states and the people a deep Impression here in

$210,000 In federal funds under theRevolutionary the Southeastern part of the nation.in fly, come Into my parlor." to move his car to another TERM BUDD through the constitution, and Washington.

I Titles FadeIn 'Foreigners' Blamed For South's WoesBy '

the boiling spring of the Com- Russia now as in 1920 means to
rank him with foreigners or with coun RALPH McGILL "imperialists" are blamed and of the Southern States has needed Items. The South' decision to "Yankees" came about
munist revolution in Russia, Lenin terrevolutionaries.Yet Publisher of the foreigners are restricted, been this fear of the "foreigner at the turn of the cen- largely because the region
sought to remake the language as wellas Atlanta Constitution ousted or attacked.IN ," the alien The fact that tury to disfranchise the Negro lacked skills.
the other day Nedelya, weekly managerial Here,
this alien usually was a New and set up separate schools
the world. "Sir," "mister "my magazine published by the govern- The Dial long dictatorshipIn ALMOST all the African Englander or Easterner or doomed the region to serious, again it was not until about

lord," "sire," ,etc., all became simply ment newspaper Izvestia, carried an Mexico ended In 1910. Since countries the Christian church Yankee, or merely a person economic and educational de- 1940 that the South began to
that time nothing has been and its representatives have from another state-did not ficiencies. It also made the produce skilled managers.
"comrade" or "citizen." "General," article suggesting that "comrade"tovarishch quite the same. Anita Bren- been equated with the Injus- matter. He'or she was alien. South feel separated and "dif Fear of the alien today Is

"colonel," "major," "captain" and the ( ) was out of date, and that nen, Editor of "Mexico This tices of the past and assignedpart In the years before the Civil ferent." expressed in the guilt-fears
rest became simply "commander" of the old terms sudar and sudarinya Month," writing of the blame for the War this compulsion reached Dislike for the "foreigner"from of communities that refuse to

such-and-such class. Cabinet ministers' (roughly sir and madame) should be of the accelerated failure of freedom and inde- such proportions that books another scats or region make any concession whatever
processes pendence automatically to pro and magazine published In persisted until after the Second In the area of civil rights.
became "people's commissars" "the revived, with new Soviet meanings, of cul- duce a good and abundantlife. the North were banned from World War. It led state There art rabid speeches and

word smells of revolution," Lenin of course. tural change in i Most of the leaders of circulation. There was a vast school: boards to select Incom- editorials against "outsiders"

chuckled appreciatively.The The old Russian language was rich the ensuing 7 If African states were trained In and emotional campaign to petent administrator or teach- and "foreign agitators" ThereIs
said : "' r "our own" books and and hire "one of the
tears mission schools Many were publish ers our own, plaintive belief that If
old army ranks and the old in terms of address for each gradationof Th ireiV
helped on to college by church periodical This hysteria even though his qualifications only the "outsider would
minlaterial titles reappeared in World relationship. Gosudar and gosuda- turaljealousies funds. Yet the church almost spread to manufactured articles were much Inferior. The widespread "leav us alone" life would

War II, when Stalin was willing to rinya were even more servile than of sensitive everywhere long ago felt the though there were no sale or merger of South- be serene and happy

ally himself to God Himself, and even sudar and sudarinya. A favorite was people Into hardened militant .lit ? v back of the hand from these Southern plants to product the ern industries and businesses "Down with aliens."
said the
leaden because they
with capitalists, in order to beat Hit- milostivy gosudar roughly "merci- groups church was Itself a foreign Im-

ler's invading armies. But "comrade"and ful overlord." That might not be a little armies McGaL portation and, further, wa on

"citizen" hung on. bad thing to call Napoleon B. Khrush- with banners, the side of the colonialists. Potomac FeverBy
similar to those In every cos- African leaders
To call a man "mister" (gospodin) chev, at that. .. mopolitan center today, were Never, did, say the the church encourage

aggravated by a nationalismthat assist or lead in the indepen-
had curdled firm the dence movements.In FLETCHER KNEBEL
LAKELAND LEDGER affirmative, enormously cre- countries where the '
ative 'Let's be Mexican,' to Christian some church has been White House press; secretary Salinger quits to run for office. In every

'Down with aliens'." (The Atlantic given over to African priests, Image-maker's life there comes a time when he asks: Image, image on the

ODHONIR tart COWLIt III.Imperial Monthly.) bishops and ministers, it bold wall.who'. the best mirage of all?
r-uMiMnri JOHN HtmiltON This negativism of "Down on. In other remote areas.mission *
Polk county C< 5SE1JWS MAMM JM:[=: with Aliens" Is a feature of
'to., .....e D.......' CHUL"rowu4 HUNT. the nations In our time. The U.S. offers to burn up some bombers if Russia will do the same. As
World's Citrus Center '_,' .AYd....,.Mrl... .RICHARD....." HINIIT KlULIV..A'UV C.r, In Africa new in Asia and Latin iC, ttscJ.mcJJ long as arson's in vogue, what about setting fire to Mao Tie-Tung if Russia
_...... ...0_. will little lighter fluid Castro
pour a
America, the alien :Is viewed
with hostility or, at best suspicion ( tl'/W 'Soul"! *

Th. LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686-1151 In some areas the atti- Man's ode to sprint: Girls look better in their frocks In the vernal equinox.
tude becomes extreme, and are attacked and .
aliens are murdered, beaten. missionaries slain. There is a *

SUIJdUrTION RATES or forced to flee from deathor savage wish to wipe out the Barry Goldwater says if a Republican president had a Bobby Baker In the

\ On. Y..r . .. .. $1010 Ont Month .. .. .. $1.71 severe brutalities. past on the theory that things closet, he'd open the door and air the place out. No matter what the issue, Bar-

sis MMtris' . .. .. $10.40 Wish .. to. .. .. ... .40 "The alien" is one of the automatically will then be ry always takes the exterminator approach.
ancient It 1 I. better. Some peoples try to
most scapegoats.
Thru MtMht . . $ SolO S. 4.y Only Ywr .. .. $7.19 necessary to have some target carry this exorcism of alien '

for frustrations. In Africa, devils to the point of Imposingsome Things are so quiet en the Washington \ hot line, there's a rumor
C. .. where the new nations have ancient and little known Lady Bird and Airs. Khrushchev will begin using it to
", lIn.h.. .tan**** tictpl SiturJtr sod en tmii ".,"Ift. ky I kl wist r r swap recipe
of the
In one
grievous shortages In trained language place
L..I..d ",,14. I1IOZ manpower in categories\ of made familiar by centuries of
government the economy, education usage.A George Reedy takes over as LBJ's press chief. He's the first White House
and medical care, PART OF the problem press secretary to get the high blood pressure before he takes office.


LEDGER Wednesday, March 25 IHI *

, BPW Club Lake land Little Theater's First DramaTo

a Ba -.A.Of. The Season/ Brilliantly//// /. per/ormed./

Tease Cake' By NANCY BROWER Roger Sherman and his assistant "The Dark at the Top of the tai, to be as warmly re
Women's Staff Writer Jane Malloy. What a Stairs" won the "Best Play calved by Lekelanders. It
After a season of frothy, meant of the Year" award and a will play tonight through I
Annual will be made
a reports low calorie fare, Lakeland Directed By Wilder number of Hammys for Its Friday at S.30: o'clock nightly
; It the of the Lakeland
:_ Business and Professional Women' Little Theater served up a The production was directed cast. "Sheba" .Is almost cer at Civic Center Theater.
hearty main course of stark by Jon Barry Wilder and ""' 3&iSSWtSS& S3SSii
5 Club tomorrow at 8:30 r.:=lll 11111 1:::: :I"
drama laat night when It '
supervised by Harold
p.m. at the Crest Restaurant.A
"Tease Cake" recipe will opened Its production of William (Streamline) Sale and Ed Kaminsky. II CONNIE
Inge's poignant "Come Dick Jones was tech
be used at a format for
tation of the reports. presen-Chairmen Back, Little Sheba" last nightat nical director. I "Softie" Pump
Civic Center Theater. Roger Sherman directed
reporting -vill Include
Mrs Christine Swift, program; Lilly Sclortmo and Dick the lighting and Lamar Blan- Perfect
a Mrs. Evelyn Barr-Brown, civic Burnett are brilliant In the ton the sound Properties Fit and) Comfort
demanding roles of Lola and committee was composed of
Mrs. Barbara
Wan participation del, personal; develop. Doc, the couple who fell In Kathy Hess and Irene Karnes, "Guoronteed"9e

: ment; Miss Elsie Parker, love and lived unhappily ever cochairmen: Karlene Hosey,
world affairs; Mrs. Helen after. Patsy Eger, Gerl Apfelbeclc i
Wyche, membership; Mrs. Lola, once a lovely girl .is and Barbara Eilertsen.The .
Dorothy Wintermute, public now fat and forty and a technical staff was
relations; Mrs. Lula Belle slovenly housekeeper in the made up of Ralph Jones, Pat YOUR PEST BUTT
Hickenon. finance; and Mrs. bargain. She lives in a small, Robinson, Dick Burnett and HI, Mid of Lo HttlsWhltt.
< db Edna Kincald, legislation dull world and yearns for her Barry Wilder. I Boot,
Group singing will be led by little lost dog, Sheba. Jt" Destined For Success Yellow, Plnlt, Blue,
Mrs. Mollle Teagle. I n Easter a difficult role and Lilly playsit "Come Back, Little Sheba" I Red, or Block
theme will be carried out In warmly and effectively. Is the third play by William
Y the decorations. Both Gentle and Violent lope to be presented by Lakeland I8Pikc
two Members of Business and Dick Burnett's portrayal of Little Theater. "Picnic," ,
Professional Women's Clubs Doc, a man living a life of presented In 1960, was a popular
: visiting In Lakeland are Invited quiet desperation, .la superb. success and, In 1962, ___

to attend program meet- The part has great range, I. ,I
Ings. from gentleness to violence,
and Dick brings out every
nuance. The drunken scenes SPECIAL PURCHASE

KENT HAGERMAN. .otId I I.. ......1. ....... ever bon co,,., sikte whlck k. ..,. h kit Easter Party he gripping.plays are intense and

". oNit ck.M....." H. It cu..tl, ..o.hlll' .. ,l."u' I. Hi* liktiwu if the .... Dr. UM Planned For Pretty Sandy Lott, a new
M. SI..". (Ltdgtr ,h.M by ,..hi".). comer to the LLT footlights,

KindergartnersThe plays the part of Marie, the d+
college student who rooms In &t tL
9nLakeand's Jahlanrl children of the Gibsonla this unhappy household She
.Bible Kindergarten will parti Is both decorative and talent
cipate In an Easter party tomorrow ed. Her husband, Raymond, ..
morning during thir also made his LLT debut in .r.a*
/ Leaders Being Cast regular session. "Sheba. We hope to see lots
Mrs. David Vestal, assisted more of the Lotts In future

by Mrs. R. E. Fraser, will LLT productions.
be hostess for the group at her Lakeland's favorite playerof
I In Bronze By Artist Hagerman home In Kathleen. An Easter roles romantic and slightly
sinister Mike O'Steen
I Egg hunt will be the main feature
U II of the party with seasonal wonderfully lusty In the partof
By LUCIA MYERS him. "I love these things, and I keep them refreshments being served Turk, the muscle bound
Chapters In Lakeland's history are being over her in this drawer," he said. Hi. daughter following the hunt. campus athlete In Marie's

written in bronze-in the faces of leaders and three grandsons live near Buffalo, Decorative baskets for this life
sculptured In the studio of Kent Hagerman on N.Y., ao these children are welcomed Into the occasion hive been made Plays Bored Young Man Just Received ,
Making his last LLT appearance '
Cambridge Ave. Cap. from plastic bleach containers for a long while new and beautiful a
Bankers, a bishop, a doctor, a college pres In recent years he has done a pastel pot by the pupils In class. was Pete Sciortino, who'll t
Ident-the procession grow., as the artist communicates trait of nearly every child In the neighbor Mrs. John M. Wallis and soon be leaving to answer the straws and flower

the Imprint of their personalities to hood. And for that reason he received one of Miss Vents Lee Roberts are call of duty from the U.S. hats choose from Mx
clay and plaster and, finally to bronze.In the tributes which he values most highly In teachers. Navy. He's delightful as the .x r
his studio on the first day of spring Mr. his career. Applications for next Sep bored young milkman with white or spring colors v 1
Hagerman showed the two latest portalt Mrs. Hagerman came Into the conversation tember's registration are now his mind on chest measurements
plaques-the late C. F. Smith, founder of the In time to describe the occasion. John M. Bry- being taken. The kindergarten -his own. Compare or :' t x t
Peoples Bank of Lakeland and the late C. V. son, general manager of the Lakeland Cham- which itself is nondenominational Brief but polished appearances
McClurg, president of the bank. The plaqueswill ber of Commerce, and Mrs. Bryson Invited .Is a community service are made by Hal Hess, 8.93 10.98 & 14.98 '-
I be placed in the lobby of the new build the Hagermans to dinner one evening. When of the Gibsonla Baptistchurch ai the postman; Bobble Casa
they arrived, they were greeted by "For He's New Dade City High ling, as Mr. Coffman, Dennis t
plaque of Bishop John W. Branscomb a Jolly Good Fellow." Neighbors had gath way.Further Information may be Mader, as Bruce; and Bob

I appeared during the recent Founders Week at ered, bringing the portraits that he had madeof had by calling Mrs. Wallis at Walker The set as Elmo designed Huston.by Dick -ur8trute. \
Florida Southern College in the auditorium their children "The Hagerman
Gallery" was the kindergarten, MU 15117, Jones, is a fine study In mid.
which bears his name. printed on a sign above the Impromptu exhlblUon. or at MU 13838.WC7U, dle-class.: Middle West mediocrity. .. t
Dr. Spivey Is Subject The outpouring of
appreciation still The curtains open on HATS 2ND FLOOR
The face of the late Dr. Ludd M. Splvey brings a lilt to the Hagermans' voices as they a cluttered house that's a
who was president of the College, Is emergingnow describe that evening. Meet real tribute to the messlng-up 211 I. Main laktland w, :
from the In Mr. Laplanders For M Years .
preliminary plaster Hag. abilities of stage manager
J. erman's studio. It Is destined for a building This neighborhood friendliness has grownup ScheduledFriday ....w ..
on the campus. around them through the years. They came Af'10
One friend's Insistence led the artist to the to Lakeland in 1933, later found the home on

role of hlstorlan-ln-bronie. Some years ago Cambridge Avenue and added a wing for the Woman's Christian Temper.
Dr. Jerre Annie of the Watson Clinic asked studio. At that time they could see only two ance Union will meet Fridayat i
him to make a plaque of Dr. Herman Watson, houses from their windows. 10 a.m. at the Salvation i ii
founder of the Clinic, for its new building. Mr. While their views have been shortened by Army recreation room. Mrs. I
Hagerman demurred-making a quick count the buildings around them, their living; room Fred S. Cachet will\ have I c
of the many years since he had done such walls preserve long vistas In his paintingsand charge of the program, "DI.
work. But Dr. Annie was persistent and he etchings. Shrimp boats In a colorful mensions In Knowledge."
finally consented.Dr. cluster at Key West. Moss.gatherers with long Mrs. H. B. McClanahan will
Watson posed for a number of sittings poles fishing in the tall pine trees across the give a spiritual life study on
and saw the plaque In Its place In the new street. Their little house lit a gulch near the subject "Real Living '

building. The doctor, who Is now dead. .la the Denver, many years ago. Takes Time"Mrs. Just In Time
only one of the series of Lakeland leaders who Nearly every picture on the walls of home Cachet will discuss"
has posed In person. For all the others Mr. and studio represents a chapter In Mr. Hager- "Gambling and the Church. 2
March Is the month to enlist -
Hagerman studied photographs. And for the man's personal history, beginning with two .
subscribers to pub
plaque of the late Charles Larsen, superintendent paintings by his mother, which hang ,In a cations new and it Is expectedthat
of Lakeland's light and water department prominent place In the studio, as a constant non subscribers wl II I 2
the likeness came from a picture In a newspaper inspiration to him. come prepared to subscribe i at
clipping. It has been placed In the Larsen Mr. Hagerman wanted to be an artist from the meeting.
Memorial Plant on Lake Parker. the time- that he filled the fronts and backsof After the program there will
Faces From The Past his schoolbooks with pencil sketches. His be a business meeting for re-
Alongside these modern men Mr. Hager father, a Methodist minister in Ohio, en ports and matters concerning
man .is evoking faces from the distant past couraged his art work. Before he finished college Youth Temperance Week next
He has been commissioned to make a aeries he transferred to the Cleveland Schoolof month.
of U bronze-coated plaques of "Men of Medi Art. After several years there he became CorsosBooery
cine" for the Watson Clinic-pioneers In med head designer for a lighting fixture firm. Grand MasterTo
ical history. He has completed the first five Studied la Paris
including Hippocrates and St. Luke. He went Into the Army In the First World Visit Bartow I
His own copies of these plaques hang above War and served In France. On a leave he Odd Fellows Lodge 124 EAST MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN LAKELAND
the doorway between two of his studio rooms. studied In Paris at the Sorbonne for a short
The eyes of St. Luke gaze out with a look of time-while the city was under the cloud of BARTOW Dr. George I formerly/ the Shot Box }
compassion which breaks through the Immo- war and the Louvre was barricaded by sandbags Coates of Bradenton, grandmaster i !
bility of bronze. of the Grand Lodgeof
Yes, Mr. Hagermaa said, he strives for After the war he became "a rancher Florida, Independent Orderof ,. i ii
depth of expression In the eye. One of his etcher," as he describes It, on his brother's Odd Fellows, will make his 2 i
teachers stressed that the soul of a portrait land In Colorado. Later the brothers went district visit to the Bartow ; 4t
must be reflected in the eyes. Into an engraving business together In Denver. Lodge No. 78, IOOF, tomorrow i i
'The versatile Lakeland artist who does Coming to Florida more than 30 years ago, at I:30 p.m. at the featuringSAM !
Hall.A t
etchings, paintings and sculpture"-Mr. Hag. he has found inspiration in its life and land Knights covered of Pythias dish I. > t
ermaa was described thus in an introductorynote scapes. A series of 12 etchings of Tampa and motion supper picture .
which led to the Interview. His studio illustrated shipbuilding appeared In advertisements In will planned\ be shown. Dr. Coates
the point. In the first of the three Fortune magazine For an electrical company wilt\ address the group.
rooms, the easel held a half-finished oil paintIng he etched another series on sports of Florida. The meeting Is open to !
of an old oak tree. In the next room a Wherever he goes, he finds stimulation for members, their families and
black-and-white sketch of a school building was his etchings. "The greatest challenge to meL friends. r THE HEART OF FASHION
on the drawing board. In the third room, beside a bare copper plate," he said. ri1
his etching press, lay a lump of the green On a recent trip to the Mediterranean he t
clay that comes from Italy and which Is the made sketches of ancient olive trees on the i1 i1if

first step In making a portrait for a plaque.In island of Majorca. Back home, he put one pre if .
Tampa, some of the plaques are cast in of the gnarled trees Into an etching for. his
bronze, and others are simply bronze-coated.: cards last Christmas. From a shelf he took Milk yoetrait. i $15.99 '
Hagermans Good Neighbors out one of the cards. 'The olive tree with Its ... ,
Good neighborliness .U another aspect of halo of new leaves, the surge of creativity in CORSO
his artistry. He paused to pick up three the studio and the bright sunlight outside the
brightly-colored: drawings which some children window-all were part of the first day of

in the neighborhood had made and brought to spring.Tuesday .
_._ .
The same friendly lip

Anna Miller Music service, quality shoes Peas Po.t 11' I

Social Set I Officers AreReelected
expert fitting. t

After SupperAnna
Officers of the Tuesday Music "LIN. SALONLet's F.mee 51.51 NeseePbO Shop our windows.
Miller Circle 1291 will Club were all reelectedat J.eebs J..aett. -
have a social tomorrow at I the meeting of the club ," T.S1 Lys. Mddsf.vn
'N New shoes
yesterday at the clubhouse, arriving ,
initiation ITYLI"N'
p.m. following the
421 E. Park: St Those who C-Itt StlKtim .* $1),99
buffet supper at <:30 honorIng SOLOS daily. I IOpen
will serve for the 196441 club lcrkln SHIN ,
new Elk candidates.The year are: Mrs. Thomas E. 1. 1M M.. AS 0.,, I.. leek It IxputhtMLB. =
entertainment for wivesof Blount president; Mrs. Wal souTN.ATE.MOP.iN.
all Elks attending as well ter BielansU and Mrs. R. P. JO-Off Chi. P.B.M.RUBY'S .
vice Mrs. ..DlTI.MU" .
Retch presidents;
as circle members .Is being
Harry Cannon Jr., recording
planned by Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Marvin Pip m
secretary; t [jriV FH Night
Lynch Mrs. George Borde kin. corresponding secretary; I TOT & TEEN SHOP ....
and Mrs. Kelly Glover.M and Mrs. Ellen Meharg. ALL APPROVED CRIDIT I SOUTHGATI
r a. Joseph Giangrssso, treasurer. CARDS HONORED I Open Until 9 fM. If... I Till 9LAKELAND Ptak sad PIY. JYbtLe i.t.at M'

club president will welcome They will be Installed at II f,rt M.
and introduce guest the meeting on April 28. I ':::::::.::::: :::::::: : : : : I J I : : :oww4so: =: : rnsotoso 1





S LAKELAND LEDGER W dr>t.day, March a. IHI

Lakelanders Take HonorsIn Holy Week Services AnnouncedMAGYAR Concert Association Season

PRESBYTERIAN Bsptfsmal waters wHI be ion will commemorate the

Polk Art ExhibitionWINTER Magyar Church Hungarian will obeerve Presbyterian blessed renewed.and Baptiemal vow Last'Supper Closes In Blaze Of GloryBy

HAVEN Paint- "Wayward Wind." and a watercolor Holy Week and Easter at the Easter Day there will be ST. PAUL LUTHERAN

Ings entered In the second print Gremlins," for following tervlcea: Good Friday three celebration of the Holy st. Paul Lutheran Church THOMAS BRIERLEYOf out the emotion and climaxes Mr. Dud e y surmountedevery

annual Polk County Art Show hanging In the show 11 a.m.; Easter Sunday Eucharist: 7:30: 8:13: and 11 will have its Maundy Thursday FSC Musk Faculty without losing the singing difficulty making the

nay be viewed by the public cash Lakeland awards artists winning Cleona $25 Allen It 11 am Mrs John Tatter sm. The mens chorus willing service The senior tomorrow at under 7:30: Lakeland concertgoers were quality. This symphony demonstrated piano sing plead, ripple or
were choir
the Art :300 of Akron Ohio and Winter the early Mass, youth p.m. elated and last the abilities of an desired
at Ridge Center for her "Pawn Shop" donein the direction of Mrs. Theodore proud evening rejoice a* the composer
Haven will be the soloist and choir at 9:15: and All Saints'choir exceptional woodwind section
3rd Street South Exhibition A most successful concert season
polymer, and Fonchen Lord Harre will and the performance
Mrs. Irene Novak 11 o'clock present a cantata horns in the third ,
organist, at The ,
ended In
blaze of
galleries are open daily except for her oil painting, "Con "A Easter Message" I glory
Mondays, from 2 until :S I flicts of Man" Mr. Lords on Sunday. Evening prayer Is read dally for the Concert Association movement gave a lawless wa superb.
p.m. The show will hang paintings, "Golden Unicorn" Following the Sunday servIce at 1:311: p.m. la the chapel Soloists will Include Mrs, A season which included music performance. Complicated rhythmic passages

through Wednesday April IS and "Untitled" were also accepted members and friend of Sunday solemn evensong will Hugh Yarn Mrs. Francis by chorus, organ chamber The high point of the evening juxtaposed one against
Mrs. Ula Spencer of Lake for hanging the congregation will meet in be sung at (:30 p.m. Brejler, Dan Senkarlk and Irvin orchestra piano and symphony and, in the opinion of another added much Interest
land won top honors In the Haven artists who received the fellowship hall for a traditional Persons of the congregation Weaver Mr. Harre will orchestra was enthusiastically this writer finest part of the and were performed with Just

how with her mixed media $25 cash awards Include Caroline Hungarian Easter desiring the Blessed Sacra be organist. enjoyed by all, and entire concert season was the right amount of accent
painting "Untitled which Ives for her old VI- dinner. ment carried to shut-Ins for LAKE HAMILTON the new Branscomb Memorial the Rachmaninoff Third Piano drive and flow. This was really "
judges awarded the Exchange caya;" Edward Carver for The cooking will be done by the Easter Octave are to contact LAKE HAMILTON -A special Auditorium on the Florida Concerto In which Raymond a definitive performanceIn

National Banks purchaseaward his charcoal, "Bullet Dancer," Mrs. Paul Elek Mr.. Andrew the parish office for appointment Communion service In Southern College campus Dudley was soloist There are which the soloist completely
of $150. Judges chose and Susan Tessem for her oil, KalozMrs. Joseph Laban and the Rev. Father observance of Holy Week, will made it possible to hear every few pianist today with the understood the meaning of the
two other works by Mrs. Spencer Reidlo Latin." Mrs. Eather Lovasz, Mrs. Clifton H. White, rector, announced be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. note from the tendered pianissimo overall musicianship and technique composition,, and presented It

a mixed media called. Other Lakelanders whose James Kertesx, Mrs. Betty at Lake Hamilton Community to a brilliant forte. possessed by Mr. Dudley flawlessly to an enthralled

works were accepted for the Hunch and Mrs. Steven Tatral LAKEWOOD PARK Presbyterian Church The auditorium also provided The extremely difficult audience

CURRIE'S exhibition Included Kaytee will be in charge of serving METHODISTMaundy The Beginners and Primary ample facilities and passsges seemed no more of Throughout the concerto a
Llston Alice Durick, Naomi An Easter program of songs Thursday services Sunday School classes of the space as well a* superior a problem than the others delicate balance was demanded -
HOME PORTRAITS Frazer William A. Llston Jan and music will be provided by will be held tomorrow at 7:30p church: will have an Easter acoustics for the colorful Jose and the manner In which he between the piano and the

wiN .. ._..... .. 55551 wNP. Maclas, Evelyn Mader, Betty the Senior Citizen\ orchestra .m. at Lakewood Park Methodist egg hunt Saturday at 2 p.m. Molina flamenco ballet. carried the melodic line to I other Instrumentsfor special
.. Carr,.. Ph. rev In..'...._ Roeske Helen Stephens, Victor with Mrs. Peter Achimov and Church. Holy Commun- on the church grounds Last evening the Florida climax was thrilling Indeed. tonal effects. Under Mr. Mazer
.. .HI.I..n" MU 6aNf. Swan Jr., and Leon Ve- -- In- '. watchful the orchestra
Julius Kovacs serving on the Symphony Orchestra under The piano part Is closely eye

trano program committee Battle House MotherAt the very able direction of tegated with the orchestra provided that delicate balance
--- Mrs.
Hungarians from Orlando Henry Mazer presented an part throughout and demands and the resulting tonal colors

Tampa, Plant City, Lakeland outstanding program The perfect timing and understanding and contrasts added greatly to
Winter Haven and Orlando are Nurses' Home Retires opening number Rossini' by both soloist the effectiveness of the concerto

expected to attend the services "Italian in Algiers" reflected and orchestra .

"d at the church, 1018 N. an the merriment in the Italian '
.J14'iD :lf Neville Ave. Mrs Harriette 0 Battle comic opera and bounced BY ART GUILD
.. LL) house mother at the Lakeland
vv. gaily along a* soon as the
ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL General Hospital nurses' residence .
dower Introduction
was completed
Events of Holy Week at All has retired after 13 Intricate oboe' passages Pottery

Saints' Episcopal Church areas years in that position with a variety of shadIng -

follows: She was guest of honor at I were executed faultlessly Demonstration Slated :
Matins, read daily at 7 a.m., surprise dmner and was presented and the precision and balanceof
followed by Mass of the Day gifts on the occasionof the orchestra seemed effortless
Mrs. Van Marter the wheel with
Dorothy pottery on
I 7 II with second Eucha her retirement. when the
at : a melody passed
EASTERFLATTERY of Winter Haven teacher of Robert Morgan of Sandwich \
rist tomorrow at 10 a.m. The Mrs. Battle will reside at from one group to another.
craft at the Ridge Art Association N. H. She is teaching at the I
traditional "White Eucharist," 1033 S. New York Ave. where The Italian Symphony of ,
in Winter Haven will Ridge Art Center where she
commemorating the Institutionof she expects to indulge her interest Mendelsaohn made an excel
lecture and demonstrate the will conduct classes throughout
the Eucharist In the Holy In gardening "1 want lent contrast with Its singing .
making of thrown ware pot this month.
Communion, l I. tomorrow at to entertain my friends in my melodic line. In the first movement I
7:30: p.m. home too" she added. the orchestra achieved avery tery at the program meeting Will Study In Mexico
of the Lakeland Art Guild tomorrow
Following the service tomorrow The retiree, who said her difficult task In bringing
at 7:30 p.m. at Guild Mrs. Van Marter also work
former duties at the nurses'
night the sacrament will studios Tlgertown In clay sculpture, as well a*
be taken In procession to the those residence of a were sorority much housemother like Xi Gamma Rho Mrs. Van Marter a native creative design and painting
Altar of Repose for distribution of June 1 she is to Mex-
northwestern Kansas, began going
said she to
at the pre sanctified Mass use her spare time to add to Chapter Will to work In clay as a hob ko to study at the Institute
Good Friday at 7:15: a.m. A de Allende in San Miguel
her by while helping her husband
coin and
collection to
three.hour devotion will fol. L_ Elect Officers
learn painting "I'll also have operate a wheat and cattle where she will study pottery
low from noon to 3 p.m. more time to spoil my four ranch sculpture art and design.

AnteCommunionHoly grandsons and two granddaughters MRS. HARRIETTS O. BATTLE Member of XI Gamma Rho Hobby Become Business The public i II Invited to attend
," she laughed Exemplar chapter of Beta the lecture and to see

Saturday. will feature after Mrs Battle has two sons, morial Hospital In Miami and Sigma Phi sorority will meet The hobby gradually became the Florida Federation of Art
the ante communion Lee R. Battle of Kathleen had studied institutional housing tonight at S o'clock at the a business venture with Doro circuit exhibit now hanging at
early Matin That night, at and William L. Battle of Jacksonville home of Mrs Donald Dolan thy's Madonnas being sold to the studio The studio is open

7:30: o'clock the Holy Satur Mrs. Battle I II I member of 817 E. Lake Parker Drive. gift shops by a Fifth Avenue every morning from t.30 a.m.

day Liturgy and Baptism Before accepting the position All Saint Episcopal Church. Mrs. A. C. Glaser president outlet In New York and the until noon and Wednesday and
Bone I service will be held at which at the nurses' residence Mr*. Freddie Whitten has will conduct the business session Chicago Merchandise Mart. Thursday nights from 7:39

White time the Paschal candle and Mrs Battle was employed in been named to succeed Mrs. at which time final plans After the Van Marter o'clock to (:30, also Saturday

Beau BlueButtercup the library at Jackson Me- Battle as house mother will be made for the Easter moved to Winter Haven in afternoon from 2 unto I

Yellow Prayer Retreat egg hunt for children of members ,1959. Mrs. Van Marter studied o'clock.

The hunt Is to be.held ,
$1395 ? For WMU SetTomorrow DATE BOOK Saturday morning
Iw Officers will be elected for

Matching JJdj So JJD Wlufinq I 196445.!The cultural program, UKQA

Handbags South Florida Association of "From Equador Paraguay"and vj lorEASTER

Woman Missionary Union "sar "Brazil and Caribbean

will have a prayer retreat tomorrow LANIUM net eme MUI life P.I ear South Arerlca" from the program
: at 10 a.m. In the rd portra claM. oil pamtlna" from LOYAL OP.DIA or moots s inat book "The Grand Tour cbtct
It a 10 pm. laaUuetor !I. CtiarUe Meoee Cad.. Caet Lone PaitrrVIWAMIS ,
Southside Baptist Church ..ancI' uarttall Hulrucllon w 11 a will ,be presented by Mrs.
i r'lifi; d M.toraua 7 W-e 30 a .,., ... ..... ciue,.. ins ... at
tuary. admlnulratlon bulklni. .Catelerl.LANaL Glaser and Mrs Vernon Or-
I' Mrs. John White of BartowIs .Irk AlraorLssNlcacN 'H.IHI L. OROU.Or eM.", a M ART Tom mm OlMLeX.. M,,. oil W'paint.Ini nil.rdHelhelaifr fen \elpeetively,
end ultra. liuttur.tarn
BENFORD'S BOOTERY in charge of the program .WHITI......d sa.Ni.....".. al o.S J1AU5ALtI am. ., palnlnt and dtawm,1.' .. for.

I Women attending are to MaMolfl* TtatplaLS CHRMlai. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Muonla h"LAsaLANerCOMMAND5V.:..tO''at 7 7.M p at 91.. a fttU"eotmriiv'eLlii m T. Religious
bring a sandwich The beverage ,, elin, r merlin ..54IaMl.n t Groups'Meeting
ellh' Out Raa- nTATts I
will be furnished :: .
DOWNTOWN. l.ar5s 7 P m iHular aooered dl k dnw -
will adjourn It TMvKlourLAHIKNe 5 at at doll Calendar/
I The program Vim. to tii' by ...r Er: atiwie, Q J ; a''It.
LIONS CLUS at 1]:ISan i ,
1:10:: p.m'.I spokesman aaid.I I at 11>. Cadet ReeUuirantLAPilLAN .pnplli.... ".LakAld I.. ComMe.of Miale .mipeaa. P..,... POR TMC MV_Par t
ART GUILD. all taint- Jlrini food and table ..".... Mpful prarer a enemrat af airdl-,
Ina will I Mm' Cornelia M ni.i. Iron lauoa. and worehlp, tar hour al aba
7.J.-. JO p m. at Turrlown atudloa.LAHILANO SATURDAVLAMSLAN "" .'.."" W.SV41"ApaeroLie .
\for Mnlor. 'will Blllien mast *at of T"Lakeland n Mid...and at and Junior.' art la paelela. .soles. .. .....,11I .RIRLS...., plihl SCHOOL.1_mi at
.. "" all al S je a at *. S:
130 .a m for :.frh\"J.D\ Brlniiand Winifred: Srlhelmrr, and Tom ult. TNU..Arcease ea
lch lunch
I Tha public U !n,llord. qrs.from:Imuuclore 1 u S Adulte.. Mue past/au.a 6ornflla LUTHERAN Blawadr.
Thr.d.t Holt Cnmm'inlon Inn
PARENTSEnter UINVOLNT 555 P.OTCTIVIoast. Men .,, UuLrecIor, ell at lodwicll ST PAUL LVTMiRAN ..,."
O. sass LOo" 13.s *''VMe'eo: Tftareaar. 7 30 p m. wrvkt. ..0'"
.. ;
.ooUnl I S p m al SUaa Judas ins 'Mie i SOCISTV T:I* *a and Itolr CnrnmnntoaTbaredar ,
a. Maashu.tla.ctTaa lartilvd mat We as. The.. CH.'IT LUTH...... U 0. d.
emits awace, SI* mil atwad piaatlne eni Cnmaiunlon aervlra at 7 :30pm
pa .1 Gold Cup 1Io..r..I. eae Irndlna llbrarTeHRine .. MarUi Lakeland ae....t e
SCAM, M':, to conler Uie Mailer IM. open iilallauaa at S p. alI MTTka wltal Hair ObaBaiHa-
Maion reeular communlia"STI'TCM'ANO .. : :
\ .:: M MLi'TOURISTS f 30
Enter Your Baby in the CHATTSP. C L U ... on aAKl a I Socletf ol taklToibeoafettlok. PAITN LUTMIRAM era OAr, Oood Vrldaf
covered d!sh dlnn ( at ofMriPirne"c'nller' 11\ Cllureb held at Haa l Uaiaie .. byStorYboOk
: : 12797 ,II&'JI:: Ilo.d. o..aor\J; 01 '"cHrRI: VLUTHaRAN
A.fOC1AT10N .. FLORIDA. DIVI- TO SPEND MORE land .Rifmentani paUL LWTHIRAN lirhoolST Ooaa Frt- ,
{IONt, meson at 7 is P m. N ear ...._. >> p"'. and at 7 3efjm > ,
Folk Oounlr Healm aulldlni HONOLULU-Tourist expenditures .. HolT Coaiaiuolm at bath aan.QRACt .
BETTERS In Hawaii are forecast be- LUTHCRAN. Oaad PrldapstSffr9a
Baked Ham tween (202.000,000 and 1235,000.- >JKHa'MJtfAMCI ; 'II'

000 a year by 1970 accordingto UNION. la .R, al aal..UaarAITH >
To Be ServedBy a federal Small Business Administration Arms fw.PtfATl/s. eAr
study Tourist outlay 7 JO a.. al Pint JtraTOTeraup yMeralaommunlty
SHOWSpolI..r.d. OES ChapterHighland ran about UO.OOvOOfl In rAITH!POOL room,CHRISTIAN down own, Brarariraup
BABY a recent 7 JO pal. al mi.I rMeraiaommoalty
I City Chapter, 231, year. _room,,doantowe.._

I Order of the Eastern Star will

have a baked ham benefit din-

ner tomorrow at 5:30: ( p.m. at
I the Masonic Temple. Proceeds Whit
tty will be used for buying Patios "'

supplies for the community
I library which Miss Dorothy Block
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS Strickland had built last year. Potina BI k

Mr*. Robert Rogers Is chair- Brew
AUXILIARY NO. 28 man of the dinner. Membersof 5-

her committee are Mrs
Storybook shoes hove everything! Crisp
7 Henry Carlton, Mrs. Tobe young
LAKELAND, FLORIDAFREE Colbert. Mrs. Willis Prevatte. styles. Some with lifetime soles and heels that

Mn. Bn Hamm and Mr*. .. r never need repairing High-spirited comfort

Bob Read. .JfiiaBtBltt ,n because of its cushion foundation All this for
HEALTH EXAM BABY BEAUTY JUDGING Tickets will cost $1 for
adults and 50 cents for children hard-to-believe low thrifty price "

Each child entered will rtcelv a fro. phy.Th.. prettiest little girl and most manly lit Pie! will cost IS cents.
ken crwck.up Health cdrtificoroi, blu..robtl., boy In each age class will receive Laving I'' $3.99
Sizes 5t1! to 8 . .
will for th4 .a ?
bon diplomas and special gold-seal awards Cups. These winners compete I

will bs given all sound, healthy, babies. titles' of MISS and MASTER LAkELAND. $4.99
These over-all winners receive beautiful 1--1 Sizes 814! to 3 .MM . .

Victory Trophies. .... Price. SPECIAL


be held' and Baby Kings and Queens, I SIUS

Primes and Princesses from each age close Children, under six years of age, from Boys' and Girls'
will be officially crowned and presented with Lakeland or the surrounding area are eligible *****

Loving Cups end other owardi They will ba to enter Only one baby par family,' .I.Ii Instamatic 300 $4295 DRESS SHOESWere
attended by Baby Dukes and Duchesses, except twlm No entries will be taken by .y1'wao. S49.9S

Counts and Countesses Pageant will beheld phone Baby need not be present for reg- I t

'In the Moyh. Aud torium. istrotlon i Nothing You Can Buy I Keeek $4995' up to $4.99 $277 I

.'Cleans Dentures, Destroys Instamatic 400 $j,.,? Reduced ro . . I

-REGISTER- II Odor Better Than 00& I'I'II 2 Prs. $5.00
QQ9 '
Ask your da-ntl.tt H. know. i
Instamatic 700io9 O7 .
'the valua ol name DOC regularly s -
DOWNTOWN THURSDAY or FRIDAY, MARCH 26th or 27th, to loan your danture. H_'. why:
(I) aetiv.ted.oaygaa .uftb/M-aw.yodorcauainf for All Tour Easter Fashions .
At J. C. PENNEY CO. INFANTS' DEFT., 2nd FLOOR food particle: Mfeguarda -!

your ""'Ih. (2)OOCntM DRIVE IN for every member of he 'omifr ,-
number one in claanainc pnwar in
a laadinc Univ city atudy. (3) No ou, best burs ore Htrel
In Front of RUBY'S TOT & TEEN SHOP brushing; lust soak and rinee. Nest
time you buy a denture CAMERA SHOP
remember: Nothing yen eon baytltwt Tit Store of
tnturn.dVarnjyt odor belle
DURING STORE HOURS than D.O. .Two minus supply,65> 1 119 West Me/in (Cer. Main & Missouri) 'ricH'

"On Your Way t. the Pest Office" Quality

\SPECIAL GilTS will bt purchased all children/ registered the first two ..d- 1tr $$n :.. l ..IS. ..",
DruqtStoret 1138 E. Memorial letileverd : :
hours, Thursday end Saturday i 116 N. Florida Ave.

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LEDGER Wednesday. March S, 1161 7

I Engaged Daniel To H. Georgia Sloan III Miss Is Tv ,, W"e'Ii, '.; '" pr"Qr; ),a.:. _cSave : : ", a1'ot'' 3',. ,_;' ,1\1, ,. I"' ,,'..i,I"e),1'a, ::5'k'. ',"" :

ALBANY Gi Mr and

Mrs Ralph Norman Brownof

Albany and Leesburg, have IrrHi.
1 announced the engagement of

I(her Eleanor daughter.Robinson MI.' 'Mary an lei over 50% on Famous Misses iC- "

I Henry Sloan HI to HI .
Sloan Jr of Lakel, ,
land the late Mn 19
James Sloan The brk a
(also is the daughter of DonI .
I aid Arthur Robinson of Lakeland .
( .
Miss Robinson If the granddaughter -
I of Mrs. Mary Caper*
ton Davit of Columbus and
the late William Davit Her
paternal grandparent ire
Mn Richard Perry Robinson
of Rochelle Ga.. and the late SUITSw
I Mr Robinson.
The bride-eiect li a graduate -
J of Dawson High School
and has attended Wesleyan
College in Macon and Andrew MISS MARY ROBINSONIn
College In Cuthbert.
Mr Sloan is the grandson
Of Mrs S. P. James of Bar. Columbia, Tenn, and attended .
tow, Fla. and the late Mr Chipola Junior College
James His paternal grandparents in Marlanna, Fla, and Andrews .
are the late Mrs College in Cuthbert.
Ruby Estelle Sloan and Daniel The wedding will be aft $7
Henry Sloan of Lakeland. Mr. event of early spring alter
Sloan -was graduated from which the couple will reside I
Columbia Military AcademyBenefits in Jacksonville

"g1lJJJJJ Oki? NS '.


IltJ Of Exercise

COMPARE AT 19.95 TO 29.95

End When You QuitBy a

JOSEPHINE LOWMAN adjusted person must have ,' ONE-OF-A-KIND STYLES-Many one, or \ > et >
some interest outside of the ,, few-of-a-Mnd, all three-quarter sleeved with t

"You cannot 'can' the benefits usual routine -.1 0'' straight or pleated skirts. Some walking suits. ,,,
of physical exercise The At mid life many women
benefits cannot be stored up. are nervous, worried about LUXURY FABRICS-Chpoio from basket '

do chronic fatigue and chronic a, weaves, double knit, laminates, wools, part- ; s >
Many middle-aged women
disease, are fraught with tensions ,
wools, acetate and wool and nylon .' .
not understand the physiological and apprehension. It la rayons '
Importanceo Important to have some mean blends; In two and three piece styles. re r

f regularity' '"n"' with which to break the stress FABULOUS COLLARS Genuine and make Y. '
w exercise' of life, with which \
>> preserve """ .
This is what I the interrelationship be- believe furs, cardigans, peter pans, shawls, (
Dr. Charles A. x tween the physical and the bateau, cowls, holes many adorned with ; ; ,
Bucher told emotional : "jeweled" buttons V bowsl 4 ,
me during a Charles Bucher believe '
recent I Inter that losing oneself In physical f a A RAINBOW OF COLORS-dark fall tones, .' ,

view. activity Is one way. /It wouldbe gay pastels;contrasting solids, {Jaunty checks, y ,'"' J I
Dr. Bucher difficult to worry when and muted tones add flavor and fashion to i
Is Professor of playing a tight game of golfor
7 wardrobe.
Education I 1n a fast game of tennis You 4 any Spring :

t h nteOIr Depart-MISS COWMAN are not likely to worry when
Physb playing table tennis, riding
cal Education, Health and horseback swimming, or even I II
Recreation at New York Uni- taking a very brisk walk. .
versity School of Education, Be Creative V I
New York City. His distinguished Dr. Bucher also feels that t
accomplishments are utilizing one's talents! being t 44b h I
numerous and varied. creative, In fact, becoming k I lI .
He is the author of many engrossed in creating, la an j I II
books and articles He Is DI- equally effective way to break
rector of Graduate Study for the stress of life\ :
the Department of Physical Anyone can be creative In g !
Education at New York University some way and to some extent.A I I
In 1962, as an American high I IQ Is not necesaiy I e
specialist, he traveled Why not become interested Li
around the world for the some hobby or skill Into which 6 Y : II
United States Department of you eu throw yourself with r tJ j I I
State, giving more than two real enjoyment? You would j V"V V,
hundred lectures concerning find it very relaxing gratifying o I
health, sports, physical educa- -and youthlfylng xV 4ra
tion and similar subjects. This if you would like to have
: ui
just scratches the surface my list of hobbles, send a 44'
Daily ExcrcUe ImportantDr. stamped, addressed en-
Bucher feels that daily velope with your request for
exercise is extremely impor- it to Josephine Lowmait in r0 \\ ,
tant for the middle-aged woman care of The Ledger. .i R I
although of course It Tomorrow Older Folks
should be adapted to the Indi- May Eat Less But Need Essential \
vidual. He also said the well- Foods" 4;. : I r)1\\

I Fort Meade PersonalsFORT I

MEADE-Mr. and a history of the post since Its .r

Mrs Richard C. Lewis are organization In 1921.

the parents of a son, Richard Miss lolanl Alyene Grain-
of Mr. and Mrs
AM, born March 7 at Lake- ger daughter
William A. Grainger of Wau-
land General Hospital Grandparents chula, and John Arthur Guest
are Mr. and Mrs son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur
Clarence Rogers and Mrs Guest of Fort Meade, were
Asa Lewis of Fort Meade. married on Feb. IS In Na- 1Lr1ia.fI
hunta, Ga. The Rev. J. E.
Mr. and Mn W. J. Dur-
Morgan officiated.--The brideis
ranee and children, Lindsey a senior at Hardee County
and Doug, attended a lunch High School where she is secretary
eon meeting of postmasters of her clsss Mr. j ;
of the First and Seventh Congressional Guest Is a graduate of Fort
Meade High School and Pratt
Districts t I The
in Kan.
Junior College, Pratt
meeting was at Nalcrest retirement They will reside in Fort
center located at East Meade where Mr. Guest Is
Lake Wales employed by Swift and Company -
Pvt. Donald Brown has been ,,

transferred to Aberdeen. Md., MIamiMI'I. _
for 14 weeks of training In
Battle has been
mechanical school. He la to
the of her soninlawand
graduate June S
Hospital Patient daughter, Mr. and Mrs slip Mo pair of luxurious
Jim Willis in Must
Charles Aycock underwent a
Officers of the Episcopal
tonstllectomy at Bartow Memorial SPRINGGLOVES '
Churchwomen of Christ Churchare .
Hospital ,
Mr. and Mrs J. William : Mrs Donald Rogers,
Keen attended Parents week- president; Mrs Dan Derwort,
vice president; Mrs Marvin
end at Wesleyan College In
Macon, Ga. Miss Diane Keen Douglas, secretary; Mrs H.
R. Woodyard treasurer, and
is a member of the sophomore
class Mrs George K. Pratt United

Mr. and Mrs: James Buchanan Thank Offering treasurer s*
and Mrs Bill Bevis
of Elkin. N, C.. and Mr.
Mr: and Mrs. Joe Loadholtes,
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Boyd
Dr. and Mrs David Yarn and
Flint, Mich, have returnedto
Othtr ttyltHo fete
Mrs Kline 0 Yarn visited
their homes after spending j
Mr and Mrs Claude Varn In
the winter in Fort Meade.
Cheese irons
St. Augustine. They attendedthe luscious
Miss Doris Bloodsworth,
daughter Barrington of Bloodsworth Mr. and Mrs.was across dedication the Mataiuas of a new bridge Inlet "bew" 'z :retchs'' ,: IA MARSHMALLOW LINED PATENTS

married Saturday night to which has been named the shorties, hi wrist length f /
Claude C. Van bridge Mr. end elegant long styles
Tom Smathers of Balm dried
luxury patent tele-bogs pouches sports,
Varn la the uncle of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs James E. Bevis, Mrs. Loadholtes and It ri and "Mamma" bags, In Out loud Red, White lightning, 8 7 !
Hall are. the parents of a Dr. Van. Navy, Powder Blue' Maize, Bone and Pastel' Pink. Compare 4 '
daughter born March 17 at anywhere of dollars morel'
Lakeland General Hospital
Mr. and Mrs W. L, Olive are COMPARE AT 798
tBiJdJrL I
maternal grandparents. a
Legion, celebrated Its
45th anniversary at a covered Mr. and Mrs Russell L
dish supper with the auxili- Brown, Mulberry, daughter,
ary at the American Legion March 2) CISCOUNTS
Home. Approximately 40 Legionnaires Mr. and Mrs John P. Bowman LAKELAND U. S. 92, EAST .AT ROSE ST. QUALITY Thatylvsty.uinst.nOpel' /
and their wives, 2338 W. 10th St., daughter : Q-CJ Th.erlytn"'lou/I I ca.h .

were present Speaker was March 23. J. MOil. thru So. 10 to 10. Closed Easter Sunday ALWAYS.rant..d EVERY IJAu'.ront..dZ
Ray Mattox. member of the Mr. and Mrs. William
Polk County Legislative delegation Friend. Plant City, daughter -
Ruber Childers gave March 23, .



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I LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, March I

Fred Karl Calls For I 1

Action In Jacksonville

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS King High-of stirring up the
State Rep. Fred Karl laid racial difficulty. Some of the
Tuesday "All Florida bean the other contenders made the same
tear of what happened In Jack- accusation against Burns.
.lonville. He demanded that I STOCK MARKET FLASHES
Fan-is Mathews said "I was not so:
Oov. Bryant use his In-
when Mayor Burns _
fluence to settle racial discord. ,
tried to blame others of in
Karl campaigning for governor the governor's race. us NEW YORK (AP) The was off Yt at 84% on 1,400 800 shares, off ft *t (1%.

criticized Mayor Haydon :: Stock Market was steady in shares. Studebaker eased ',. to 7% on
Burns and Sen. John Mathews "But I did not expect It from : moderately active trading at Ford gained % at 56 on 2,200
the other candidate. But then he the was
both Jacksonville candidate for k opening today.Changes : shares.
governor for "an obvious break has had ","''lIclty luck before by d t i of most key stockswere Radio Corp opened on 3,000 unchanged at 38% on 2,700

down in communications and wiring the governor with e narrow I shares up % at 36. shares
lack of leadership." copies to the press -every time Opening blocks included International Also up rib. Goodyear openedat U. S. Steel and New York
I there is a headline-making situation /I Telephone up V5 at 45'4 on 1,000 shares Central were unchanged.
Bryant's press secretary, Bill' In Florida. 56'/4 on 1,700 shares; Brunswick On blocks of 1,000 shares, Pennsylvania Railroad edgedoff
Johnson, said the governor was Mathews called on all persons up 1/4 at 10% on 1,400; and Eastman Kodak was off % at % at 30% on 3,000 shares.
keeping in touch with the racial to remain calm and reasonableat American Cyanamid, up % at, 127% and General Dynamicswas Yesterday the Associated

developments by telephone and Jacksonville. 63% on 1,200.Standard I unchanged at 30. Press average of 60 stocks fell
added, "there has been no Indication Kelly Heads South Oil of New Jersey General Motors opened on 8"r. ,. ,8 to 300.3.
that law enforcement has
broken down. Kelly wound
up week-long
When asked if he Intended to tour of west Florida and headed I BLUE CHIPS .

move into the Jacksonville situ downstate, still plugging away
atlon the governor replied: hard at what he called extravagant -
No. It Is still a local problem. tax Increases by the last SELL MY G.M.

State Sen. Scott Kelly, gubernatorial legislature.He AMP PICK up OLD SPECULA70Rs
candidate from Lakeland has promised to seek the SOME R>KAMERICAN> YY DR, NEVER DIE. TEY7tIST

laid: "Citizens should look repeal of the auto tag tax In- -i $ ZMEMR. 7kADE AWAY
deep into the Jacksonville situation crease voted by the 1963 Legis- > BARTLE11I1MER-

and I think possibly they lature to finance part of the .
will find Burns has pushed the record state spending Increases
panic button. He may have done Fred O. Dickinson of West
this ttosetf to bring attention to Palm Beach called yesterday L
his sagging campaign" Kelly for a state boxing commission TIMELY ATTACK-A SI....*.. Ml seined "M.rtol", *weed ky ri.. III) Amknm's .f Pitt*,
aid. to regulate that sport and an twrsk, wk.* hi e pUrhil 1 mud will stalk sad .tt ck the family Cvck*. clock. After giving Hit .

Bums cancelled his schedulefor athletic commission that heady ..It......., elm 'ImpMtlM h* 4"ff,l,,ttfy sass skews kit ...._. AP Wlrtpheto) .
Tuesday and It was uncer- wouldn't be regulatory at all but ,

tain how much of his schedulehe would help promote sports *
could meet today. He accused events In Florida. Another Round In Battle Over P Ie
Robert King High of Miami I
three of his rivalt-Mathews
Fred O. Dickinson and Robert campaigned again on the lower s c The Daily Investor
west coast of the state. He told
audiences hi St. Petersburg yes- Junior College Site Set Today :

terday that if elected governor By WILLIAM A. DOYLE I That was during a period of
Defective'Disarms' he would establish a directory of Q. At my broker's ,sugges- wild speculation in stocks of
skills for senior citizens, en- BARTOW-Another round In the City of Lakeland wants for' Shelley S. Boone said he thinks lon I bought some Brunswick companies in the bowling equip
abling them to register their the fight over the permanent location a site for Its new library the proposed trade "should be STOCKEXCHANGE Corp. stock at J35.1J % a ment business When people
special training so that they of the new Polk Junior Superintendent of InstructionResearch finalized this afternoon." hare, In February 1WI. Ever: woke up to the fact that there
scheduled this aft Am Elec ................ 1% since that lime It has
College was
be contacted gone were already
might by employers lames Eng .............. 23\/4 down. Lately It has been below enough bowling
such ernoon. alleys In the
SuspectPolice needing workers The only Item on the agendafor Grc.wp Asks' Dopey Corp .............. 7% $II. When I asked my broker stocks fell out of country favor. those
the 1:30 o'clock school board Falcon Sea Dr ............ 9% about this he said that the
yesterday received LakelandMan Gulf Am .................. V/t; had misled him The market prices of "bowlng" .
meeting relating to the Junior Addition To Station company by
a call from the Little Food the by board 1 Gulf Sulphur .............. 7% giving; him fates Information. stocks feU way down.
college was report
Town at 614 W. Memorial Kratter .................. 8% I feel he should have notified Brunswick's profits have dropped
Blvd. that a person was "try. SpeaksIn attorney C. A. Boswell on "addl LAKE ALFRED-A recommendation laboratory building I 1 I 18,000 Lucky Friday........... 34% me when this stock was sharply, after hitting a highpoint
Ing to carry off half the tional data on" proposed Junior that the Florida Citrus square feet in area, to be located Redwing Carrier ........ 11% down so that I could have going sold In 1961. No dividend has

store." HavenWINTER college sites. Commission provide fundsto at the northwest corner Stephan Co. .............. 8'4\ and saved at least half of been paid on the stock since
revealed last week-
Boswell my
The suspect was In custody build a 7,200-square-foot addition of the Station's cluster of build- Syntex .................... 89 How can I confidence last June.
before the board had met with money. put -
and the officials at the 1 to cost around $143,000, Ings. Tampa Elec.;: ............. 26 In him? What does his For you this was a speculation
store requested police to HAVEN Present members of the survey team to the pilot plant at the Citrus A request to expand the pi- Textron Inc ............. 17% Job consist of t that didn't pay off It had
send someone out to pick up Latin-American and other which announced the recom- Experiment Station here was lot plant was to be included in OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL to be counted as a straight
the suspected shoplifter foreign ill.will toward the U.S. mended Winter Haven Golf drafted yesterday at a meetingof Reltz' biennial budget request FUNDS A. Basically a broker's Job speculation at the price >
Is sell stock for his you
Detective E. T Pickett was Is partly our own fault, said Course as a site for the collegehe the Commission's[ specie! until the Commission committee Affiliated Fund .......... 8.50 customers to buy.or'That's all brok- paid for it. If you didn't kno

dispatched and arrived on Gilbert P. Richardson, Lake- had been asked to make I a committee on research facilities decided to go ahead with Alice .................... 7% firms do because some that'sall that, you have to accept s or'
the scene to find the suspect land world traveler lecturer check on ownership and possible 'the project, pending approval Am Express............. 40'// erage their of the blame for your mists)
"armed" with a pistol. and columnist In a Monday cost of orange grove prop- The (4 by 80 foot addition, to of the full Commission. Auto Merch ....... I% want them particular do Past customers that and your Ignorance of the fa
The detective took the pistol night talk before the local erty adjoining the golf course, be grafted onto the southeast I Reitz said the pilot plant expansion Chase Man Bank........ 69 I basic chore to other
from the suspect without Business and Professional An added highlight to this aft corner of the present two-story Is his most urgent need Fidelity Fund ........... 17.45 do various, other brokerageIrms
any trouble. Then he gave Woman's Club.Richardson ernoon's meeting was a rumor pilot plant which contains facilities and that this year would have' Fla. Gas ................ 10% things- Q. My grandfather hasH /
the gun-toting person a good who has traveled making the rounds this morning for research on citrus been the fourth time he had Fla. Pub. Util ........:... 23% suggestions, Investment advice, >0 U.S. Treasury bon
talking to and sent him hometo extensively in most of that Mrs. Dora Cox Phllllpi. processing operations would requested the Legislature to al Fa. Steel ................ 9I/ etc. that their customers I Interest coupons all*
his) mother. the world's non-Asian countries board member from Lakeland also provide for three labora- locate funds for the project. Fla. Tel. ................. 25% want. column has claimed It Each time an In
The "suspect" was six said American attitudes will reverse her stand and vote tories on the second floor. It Reitz said that it the pilot Fla. Tile ................ 11 This that all brokers **'never inept comes due,
years old and Instead of tak abroad; over ? priced goods to accept the survey team's recommendation. would add about 4,200 squar' plant project was put beforethe Founders Life ........... 9% coupon and c T
ing "half the store" he had sent abroad; and the indifferent feet to the pilot plant space Legislature and secured approval -Gulf Life ................. 54V are it's perfect.wearisome through the loc|
taken' a cap Pistol Pickett attitude of American I Mrs Phillips could not be and 3,000 square feet of lab the earliest date the Sta Incorp Invest ............ 75' But to read i Pays that, ff he I
said. educators in foreign coun- reached at her home this morning area, including builtin counters,tlon could utilize and occupythe Jackson Mln Mart....... 8 mall that /' the finder could,
t tries, plus unsettling social for comment on the rumor .Funds Available I expansion would be towar I Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17 Mantes brokers : the coupons <
effect .of the World War II A vote by Mn, Phillips, favorIng to I the middle of 1966. y. Nationwide .............<( 14:1:\ for bad I" \ Isn't thereof
I Haven EyesElimination and the effectiveness of Com the acceptance of the recommendation According Homer E. Hooks. The strategy right 'now, aa, A. H. Robins ............. 38 every and !;' a bond /
Commission general move you himself
, munist propaganda abroad Joined with, the votes manager wouldbe decided upon by Relu and the Taylor Inst .............. 43>% others make in af
the construction
have hurt the U.s. image. of board chairman Austin T. financed some project 1150,000In members of the special committee T.V. Elec Fund ......... .15 the stock market A. If I
Correction of Individual misdeeds [ Race of Winter Haven and by fund. the Commission on research facilities, Is to Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21% while form (t
unexpended -
abroad and a revamped I board member Ralph Durranceof figures to have at the ask the Legislature to help out Travelers ................ 48% seldom, if ever of yq .
Of Meters image through better communications [ Fort Meade would make the end of the financially with the purchase o f United Ilium .............. 39'X\ giving brokers there,'
and a break three votes necessary for acceptance year. needed new equipment for the Universal Foods ........ .3' credit for DOYLE to i
WINTER HAVEN-To park or down of language barriers of the report and recom: The project, to be recom- Station In the hopes that even- moves.: good th

not to park-In the shadow of are going[ to be essential he mendations. mended its next to the meeting full ,Commlsaioat is an outgrowth tually a large-scale building expansion NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE I Your letter is shot full of
? said If the ruffled feathers Thus far Mrs Phillips and program could be carried -
meters of recommendation holes either ot your making
a to for
of the American Eagle are to board members E. C. Gene out. To reinforce this, the
This question pondered at the ( ) help the Station where Cora- Air Reduction 59 594 your broker's making.It's .
week's start by the Downtown become presentable again In Head of Bartow and Ann Wendell mission-oriented projects In production committee considered eventually Aldens 29% 29% difficult to believe thf' -r
Merchants Council of Winter Haven foreign eyes. Watson of Lakeland have research receive top building a "Commission Allegheny Ludlum 45 45% your broker told you what Vay
has beea answered by an opposed acceptance of the report priority, that was suggested by wing" to the Station's main office Allied Chem 56\/4 553/ he did. Some outfits /

I almost unanimous veto of street Plans Completed Boot, Allen and Hamilton, management building Allied Stores 80% 80% been accused of pajslnR/
meters but poses another question Bartow City Commission and consultants who have I Little Space Afforded Am Bosch 14% 14% false Information. But not f

: Where will revenue come For Easter Egg Lakeland Chamber of Commerce helped the Commission make Reitz, describing the lack of Am Cyanamid 63% 83 ,wick.
bonds have passed resolutions Am Home Prd 67'% 87\4\ market 01
from to pay off existing ong-range plans to improve research room at the Station said there The price
Hunt At BartowBARTOW asking the board to request a Am Hospital 24 23% /
for present and proposed city operations and market- II presently available for the wick stock got as highi
of the six sites of- Am Mach Frdy 18% 18% r
parking lots. new survey Station's staff of professions a share in March/)
while tak- Plans being fered for the college. Ing.In Am Metal Prd 19 19 month after bf
Some store owners an : approving the project the workers an average of 76 you
ing the stand that the revenue- completed for the Bartow Ki- However eight other organizations special committee hopes to feet of office space per person square Am Motor 16'%" 16% you had sold out \
wanis' Club annual Easter have passed resolutions Am Res "De., 23'4 i 23\4\ cinch that wr
raising problem was common :stimulate a balky Florida Legislature and an average of 393 square you
not only to them but to property Egg huntNye calling for acceptance) of the report [ to allocate funds for additional feet of laboratory facilities In- Am Seating W/i 34% ratulated your
owners tenants and the city Jordan club member which rejected the other expansion at the Station cluding space-consuming builtIn Am Tobacco 30 30\4\ smart.
as well said they would either said 2.000 to 3,000 eggs will five[ sites.Also which is chronically shorton counters and equipment per Am Tel & Tel 118% 138%
submit to slight Increase be bidden at the International this afternoon Boswell space. Ampex 18'/i 161"
gladly a profeulonal.! for a total of 469 34 34
Ariz Pub Ser % : %
In taxes or combined ef- Minerals and Chemicals Corp. was to report on efforts to work Dr. Herman J, Reltz hortl- square feet. \
Armco Steel 73 731/2
forts In cooperation for behlnd- Park on South Floral Avenue. out a swap Involving the Lake I culturlst-ln-charge of the Station Reitz said the criterion, as far Atcha 28 28: IMC r
store parking access. The hunt Is scheduled to be- Morton school property which I said he Is also recommendIng as he figured It out should be Atl Refin top 57'%" I 57% nt Mln Int
The problem was still up In gin at 3:30 o'clock Saturday In his biennial budget request at least 600 square feet for each Auto Can 13% 13% Pap
the air today. E. L. Davis afternoon with[ children be- ZSA ZSA HAS WRECK to the Legislature the con- professional man. This space- Avco 23323! % Ina :
Chamber of Commerce execu tween the ages of three and LOS ANGELES (AP- .itructlon of a general office- per-person ratio does not Include Beneficial 56'I' I 118 oner
vice said eight Inclusive eligible to Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor escaped working taken Kel,
tive president, yesterday area up Beth Steel 38/ :38
afternoon off the cuff that compete.Jordan'1' Injury Tuesday when her car To by non-professional staffers. Blaw-Knox 26% I IlorgWarner 28% KirChes
"removal of the meter nuisance pointed out that collided with another vehicle on Jaycees Expansion of the pilot plants 47347% I
prizes will be offered for certain -a slippery road near her Bel- at cost of $19 j
to draw more shoppers to downtown figured a per Brunswick JO'/i 10%
stores Is the aim, but store eggs. Air home.KNOTTY Hide 54,000 square foot In Increase of the Burlington 46 !NS'

owners will have to see that the plant proper and $27 per square Bun-ought 23'4} 23"'
free spaces are not taken upall Easter dot for construction of the additional I Cat Tractor 61tt r I
day by employes or store EggsEggs laboratory space. II I Celanese 66'4'
penonneL" I Chemetron 26%
54,000 of them a Ohio 70%
will be the objects of a massive RegistrationSchedule Chrysler 46/
Dance SlatedAt hunt Saturday morning Cln Gas Ie Elec 267 .,
? at Lodwick Airport at 10 'Is Cltlel Ser t"
Auburndale r o'clock when the Lakeland Coca.Cola I'
rtAA J Junior Chamber of Commerce) Colgate Pal
sponsors its annual Easter Colllni HadColumbia
AUBURNDALE An Easter Egg Hunt. Gas

dance will be held at the Au- An estimated 1,000 Lake- Mrs. Blanche Com Credit J

burndale Municipal Building w'y land youths are expected to M. Work Polk County supervisor Con Edison
Saturday night, under the sponsorship s 1 participate In the hunt this of registration has announced Con Foods i
of the Auburndale recreation year, the third event of Its the schedule for the '
department. kind to be sponsored by the mobile unit for voter registration. Cont
The dance will begin at I Jaycees Mrs Work also pointedout Cant r
o'clock ending at 11 o'clock. Age limit for participants that April 4 Is the deadlinefor Ctrl
Music will be by the Starfires Is 12, the Jaycees announced, registration for the May Corn If IfCo
Dress will be dresses for girls and plenty of parking space primaries Crow 1 .
and slacks and sports shirts for will be available for parents. The mobile unit will be In

boys. Prizes Included Lakeland tomorrow morningat
Prizes\ will be awarded in a The hunt Is free and there >:30 o'clock at Publix Mar- nlngs

dance contestLakeland will be 30 prized eggs hid- ket *K North Mass. Ave. It
den In the bunch for the will move from there at 2
Man L411 youngsters. Prizes will range o'clock tomorrow afternoon,)'
from stuffed animals to hamburgers and reopen at 3:30 o'clock a \
Pleads GuiltyIn 1 at a Lakeland drivein Food Town at 610 West M 88
restaurant mortal Boulevard where It
Morals Case A similar hunt by Negro be open until 130 o'clock

r. ;. children will be held at Simpson I morrow evening REG. 24.95
BARTOW A M-yeaMld Park at 10 o'clock Saturday On Friday the unit wi N

Lakeland man drew a one-year morning the Jaycees an in Auburndale from % 41 )(40INHE5DOWN
o'clock In the 49e
prison sentence after he nounced. mornings
pleaded guilty yesterday In Chairman for the Lodwick 12:30 o'clock. The un
criminal court to a morals hunt Is Bud Chestnut. Ormond be at the South East .
Dees Is the director In charge In Winter Haven "XMONEY I IS
Charge. mOIUM-A4 ki key. sisal knotty .f.k-
Route S say and Robert (Bob) SchultheisIs from 9:30 o'clock In ting .. ,
Wilson Camert, lass, bee MM like Ata' Mt Which. h ."..vIR. tw.,......M o'clock that. ,
until 9:30
the chairman. : w
Lakeland Grand was Indicted for by lewd the Jess Cwik, ., J....._., ... Unit J.M* I* trying t. lOt Mi At Simpson manpower Park Coach nmg. ... 14*
January Jury .
the porch end hit* the sip but ..'. fecal wish .*. -
and lascivious conduct H. was kit H Sylvester McArthur will be In Mrs. Work noted that county "
arrested on a charge involving tall! kit kit. siring, which H put It mUly. h MMwk *fMM. charge assisted by Coach voters may register at any of IBM : EY ,. BACK !
WI.hetel the locations I Harveattii ;
1 13-year-old girl c UP Willie Speed. above I Ina s" -,. _.k

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March 25, MM I
Karl Calls For

Action In JacksonvilleBy

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS King High-of stirring up the,
State Rep. Fred Karl said racial difficulty. Some of the .
Tuesday "All Florida bears the other contenders made the same -. :
scar of what happened in Jack. accusation against Burns.
onville." He demanded that Mathews STOCK MARKET FLASHESNEW
said "I was not so
Gov. Farris Bryant use his influence -shocked
when Mayor Burns
to settle racial discord -
tried to blame others of us In
Karl, campaigning for governor the governor's race. YORK (AP) The was off % at 84% on 1,400 800 shares off % *t 11%

criticized Mayor Haydon "But I did not expect it from Stock Market was steady in shares. Studebaker eased !li to 7% on
Burns and Sen. John Mathews, the moderately active trading at Ford gained % it M on 2,200
other candidate. 3,500 shares
both Jacksonville candidates for has But then he the opening today. shares. Bethlehem was
governor, for "an obvious break wiring had the publicity luck before by Changes of most key stocks Radio Corp. opened on 3,000 unchanged at 38% on 2,700
down In communications and governor with were narrow shares, up % at 36. shares.U. .
lack of leadership." there copies is to the press every time Opening blocks Included International Also up %, Goodyear openedat S. Steel and New York
Bryant's press secretary, Bill uation In Florida.headline-making sit Telephone, up % at56IA 45i/4! on 1,000 shares. Central were unchanged.
Johnson, said the on 1,700 shares, Brunswick On blocks of 1,000 shares, Pennsylvania Railroad edged
governor was Mathews
keeping in touch with the racial remain calm and on all personsto up '/ at 10% on 1,400; and Eastman Kodak was off % at off % at 30% on 3,000 shares.
developments by telephone and Jacksonville. reasonableat American Cyanamid, up % at 127(% and General Dynamics Yesterday t h I Associated
83% on 1,200.Standard .
added, "there has been no Indication was unchanged at 30. Press average of 60 stocks fellS
that law enforcement has Kelly Heads South Oil of New Jersey General Motors opened en I.- to 300.3.

broken down." Kelly wound up his week-long
When asked if he Intended to tour of west Florida and headed I BLUE CHIPS .

move into the Jacksonville situ downstate still plugging away :
ation, the governor replied: hard at what he called extravagant -
No. It Is still a local problem." tax Increases by the last 'M cELL Mf g.M.

State Sen. Scott Kelly gubernatorial -legislature. AN0PICKI1P5OMEFOgP I oLD'SI'EcilLA-ll2)
candidate from Lakeland He has promised to seek the ycig I $EVERP1E.TI4EYL
said: "Citizens should look repeal of the auto tag tax increase L RZ ME2 OLD
deep into the Jacksonville situ voted by the 1963 Legislature AgnETr- 'fllElLi. -
ation and I think possibly they to finance part of the I
will find Burns has pushed the record state spending Increases. .
panic button. He may have done I Fred 0. Dickinson of West .'-'---
this self to bring attention to Palm Beach called yesterday u
his sagging campaign," Kelly for a state boxing commissionto TIMELY. ATTACK-A Slmt ct Mm** "KUntl", eased t y she Bill A..eI......'. .* Pitt*.
regulate that sport and an .." ., win In 5 lyfnl *od will talk sad snack the family Cued*. clock. Aloe |!vln| the
said.Burns cancelled his schedule athletic commission that leanly iMltwiMktr a ck>M huiwctira h* 1lMpMliit, sees sheet kit kuilnM.. tAP Wlwptwh) .
for Tuesday and it was uncertain -wouldn't be regulatory at all but ,

he could how meet much today.of his He schedule accused would events in help Florida.promote sports j Another Round In Battle Over *

three of his rivals-Mathews, Robert King High of Miami I
Fred O. Dickinson and RobertrDetectve campaigned again on the lower Investor \
west coast of the state. He told
audiences In St. Petersburg yes- Junior College Site Set Today ;

terday that If elected governor, was during a period of "
he would establish a directory of' I speculation in stocks of
skills for senior citizens enabling BARTOW-Another round in the City of Lakeland wants fora Shelley S. Boone said he thinks In the bowling equip
I I I. them to register their the fight over the permanent location sits for its new library. the proposed trade "should be business When people -
Isarms special training so that they of the new Polk Junior Superintendent of Instruction finalized this afternoon." Am up to the fact that there
might be contacted by employers -College was scheduled this Ift- Barnes already enough bowling
I SuspectPolice needing such workers ernoon. in the country those
Research Asks :Jersey
The only Item on the agendafor Group fell out of favor.
the 1:30 o'clock school board I Falcon
yesterday received LakelandMan meeting relating to the junior Addition To :Gulf market prices of "bowl-
a call from the Little Food Gulf stocks fell way down.
college was the report by board
614 W. Memorial '. have
Town at Kratter profits drop.
Blvd. that a person was "try- SpeaksIn attorney C. A. Boswell on "addl LAKE ALFRED-A. recommendation -laboratory building, 16,000 Lucky after hitting a high
Ing to carry off half the tional data on" proposed Junior that the Florida Citrus square feet In area, to be located ) in 1961. No dividend has
store." HavenWINTER college sites Commission provide fundsto at the northwest corner Stephan : paid on the stock since
The suspect was in custody Boswell revealed last week- build a 7,200- quare-foot addition of the Station's cluster of build- ;Syntex I ; .
officials at the before the board had met with to cost around $143,000,
and the ings. Tampa : I you this was a specula
store requested police to HAVEN Present members of the survey team to the pilot plant at the Citrus A request to expand the pilot Textron that didn't pay off. It had
send someone out to pick up 1 Latin-American and other which announced the recom-. Experiment Station here was plant was to be Included in ov | counted as a straight ,I
the suspected shoplifter. foreign Ill-will toward the U.S. mended Winter Haven ioU drafted yesterday at a meeting Reitt biennial budget request I at the price !
Detective E. Tt Pickett was is partly our own fault, said Course as a site for the college- of the Commission' special until the Commission commit. !I for it. If you didn't know you I II
dispatched and arrived on Gilbert P. Richardson, Lake- he had been asked to make i a committee m) research facilities. -tee decided to go ahead with Allco you have to accept some
the scene to find the suspect land world traveler lecturer check on ownership and possible the project, pending approvalof Am I blame for your mistake
"armed" with a pistol. and columnist, in a Monday cost of orange grove property The 64 by 80 foot addition, to the full Commission Auto } ignorance of the facts.
The detective took the pistol night talk before the local adjoining the golf course. be grafted onto the southeast Relu said the pilot plant expansion Chase
from the suspect without Business and Professional An added highlight to this aft. comer of the present two-story is his most urgent need Fidelity I -
any trouble. Then he gave Woman's Club.Richardson ernoon's meeting was a rumor pilot plant which contains fa.lal1d that this year would have Fla. My grandfather has a $10
the gun-toting person a good who has traveled making the rounds this morningthat cilities for research on citrus,been the fourth time he had Fla. Treasury bond. It hat
talking to and sent him hometo extensively In most of Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips, processing operations would requested the Legislature to allocate Fla. I coupons attached It
his mother. the world's non-Asian countries board member from Lakeland, also provide for three labora funds for the project. Fla. time an Interest psy \
The "suspect" was six said American attitudes will reverse her stand and vote lories on the second floor. 1 It RelU said that if the pilot Fla. I corns due, he clips a
year old and Instead of inking abroad; over v priced goods to accept the survey team's rec would add about 4,200 square plant project was put before I :: I and cashes It r-
"half the store," b* had sent abroad;' and- ins indifferent ommendatlon. feet to the pilot plant space the Legislature and secured approval Gulf the local bank H*
taken a'cap pistol. Pickett attitude of American Mrs' Phillips could not be and 3,000 square feet of lab the earliest date the Station Incorp :' that, If he loses the IxAd,
..ald.f' educators in foreign countries reached at her home this morning area, including builtin counters could utilize and occupy could sell It or oasis
plus unsettling socialeffects I for comment on the rumor. Funds Available the expansion would be toward Lewis a* they come sss.
rof the World War II A vote by Mrs Phillips, favorIng the middle of 1066. *. 4 there any way the owner
(f' Haven EyesEflmination and the effectiveness of Communist the acceptance of the recommendation According to Homer E. Hooks. The strategy right now, as A. H. J bond can easily protect
, propaganda abroad Joined with the votes Commission general manager, decided upon by Reltx and the Taylor against this? '
have hurt the u.s. Image. of board chairman Austin T. the financed construction project wouldbe members of the special committee T.V. If the bond is In "hearer"
Correction of individual misdeeds Race of Winter Haven and by some $150,000In on research facilities, Is to Trans (as is evidently the case
funds the
abroad and a revamped board member Ralph Durranceof unexpended Commission ask the Legislature to help out grandfather's bond)
figures to have the
Of MetersWINTER Image through better com- Fort Meade would make the end of the at :financially with the purchase of United '. no quick and easy way
munications and a break- three vote necessary for .accept year. 'needed new equipment for the f against possible loss
HAVEN-To park or down of language barriers ance of the report and recom Th project, to be recommended Station In the hones that eventually I or destruction of the bond
not to park-In the shadow of are going to be essential he mendations.Thus to the full Commission I a large-scale building expansion .. coupons other than to
meters? said if the ruffled feathersof far Mrs. Phillips and at its next meeting, II an out program could be carried the bond In a secure place,
This question pondered at theweek' the American Eagle are to board members E. C. (Gene;) growth the of Station a recommendation to I out. To reinforce this, the L Air as a safe .deposit box. A
where Com
start by the Downtown become presentable again in Head of Bartow and Ann Wendell -mlsslon- rlented In committee considered eventual.. Aldens bond does not have its
Merchants Council of Winter Haven foreign eyes. Watson of Lakeland have research receive production -, ly building a "Commissionwing" '. name on either the
ha been answered by an opposed acceptance of the re.1 priority that was suggested) top by| to the Station's main office Allied or the record book of the

almost unanimous veto of street Plans CompletedFor port. I Boor, Allen and Hamilton, management building. Allied .
meters but poses another question Bartow City Commission and consultants who have Little Space Afforded Am if the bond Is In "regls-
: Where will revenue come Easter Egg Lakeland Chamber of Com- helped the Commission make Reitz, describing the lack of Am > form, the owner does
from to pay off existing bonds merce have passed resolutions long-range plans to Improve research room at the Station said there Am ; more protection against
for present and proposed city Hunt At BartowBARTOW asking the board to request a operation. and marketing II presently available for the Am possibilities be-
parking lots. new survey of the six sites of. Station's staff of professional Am the owner's name is
Some store owners, while taking Plans an being fered for the college. In approving the project the workers an average of 76 square' Am on the bond and on
the stand that the revenue- completed for the Bartow Ki- However eight other organizations -special committee hopes to feet of office space per person Am II'.M '. record books
raising problem was common wanis' Club annual Easter have passed resolutions stimulate a balky Florida Legis- and an average of 393 square Am: ; ; might be wise to
not only to them but to prop Egg bunt calling for acceptance of the re- Isbn to allocate funds for additional feet' of laboratory facilities In- An I : bond changed to regis
erty owners, tenants and the city Nye Jordan, club member, port, which rejected the other expansion at the Station cluding space-consuming built-! Am I form. ,
as well, said they would either said 2,000 to 3,000 eggs will five sites.Also which Is chronically shorton In counters and equipment, per Am Tel "
gladly submit to a slight Increase be bidden at the International this afternoon Boswell spac. professional for a- total of 469 1 Arts Ampex : : Latest
in taxes or combined efforts Minerals and Chemicals Corp. was to report on efforts to work Dr. Herman J. Reitz, hortl-! square feet. Armco Close
in cooperation for behlnd- Park on South Floral Avenue. out a swap Involving the Lake culturlst-In store parking access. The hunt is scheduled to begin Morton school property which tion: said he is also recommending .. as he figured it out should beat I All Stores 597 80
The problem was still up In at 3:30: o'clock Saturday in his biennial budget request least 600 square feet for each I Auto 37% 37t4
the air today. E. L. Davis afternoon with children between ZSA ZSA HAS WRECK: to the Legislature the construction -. professions man. This space Avco Air R 48 4T74
Chamber of Commerce executive the ages of three and LbS ANGELES (AP) of a general office- per-person ratio does not in 104% 104'Va
vice president, said yesterday eight inclusive eligible to Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor escaped elude working area taken up I Beth 18'4 18
afternoon, off the cuff that compete.Jordan'. injury Tuesday when her car: by professional staffers. OU 44*
"removal of the meter nuisanceto 1 pointed! out that collided with another vehicle on Jaycees To Expansion of the pilot plant t : ; ;; ;; .44'3 7I'Va
draw more shoppers to down prizes will be offered for cer- a slippery road near her Bel- Is figured at a cost of $19 per Gas NS
town stores is the aim but store- tain eggs. Air home. Hide 54,000 square foot in Increase of the t 1 54% 54"
owner will have to see that the plant proper and $27 per square, : Rand IS" 18',4
free space are not taken up Easter foot for construction of the additional Cat 33' 34
all day by employee or ..toreperaonnel. EggsEggs I laboratory space. Celanese Cal % 81%
." I Ir S. Ind. 81.% 81%
54,000 of them 1 Ches is N.L % 14%
will be the objects of a massive RegistrationSchedule Chrysler \ Oil 30% 30%
Dance SlatedAt hunt Saturday morningat Cln Gal I' ft Trans 2094IMPRESSED 20%
Lodwick Airport at 10 'Is Cities 73% NS
Auburr.dale o'clock when the Lakeland Sui 24'Va 247
Junior Chamber of Commerce Colgate 38% 38%
sponsors Its annual Easter AnnouncedBARTOW Collins Sup 19% 19%
AUBURNDALE An Easter Egg Hunt. NS 38',4"

I dance will be held at the Au- An estimated 5,000 lake Mrs. BlancheM. Com 77
I burndala Municipal Building land youths are expected to Work, Polk County supervisor Con 39t39'2
I Saturday night, under the sponsorship participate In the hunt this of registration has announced Con 37% 37%
I of the Auburndala recreation year, the third event of its the schedule for the I ) Fin 31J2Va:
department kind to be sponsored by the mobile unit for voter registration. Cont : : :: Fruit 23'22%
I Th dance will begin at $ Jaycees Mrs Work also pointedout Cent Oil 12 11%
o'clock, ending at 11 o'clock. Ctrl II 50%
Age limit for participants that April 4 is the deadlinefor
Music will be by the Starfires Is 12, the Jaycees announced, registration for the May Corn I 581% 58%
Dress will be dresses for girls and plenty of parking apace primaries. Crown : : : I 53'4 54
and slack and sports shirts for will be available for parents. Tha mobile unit will be In 17V. NS
boys. Prize Included Lakeland tomorrow morning Den II : I 27',4 27%
Prize will be awarded In a The hunt is free and there at 1:30: o'clock at Publlx Mar- De Soto 1 Brake 35 J54!
dance contestLakeland will be 30 prized eggs hid- ket, Ill North Mass. Ave. It Dr 36 384!
den In the bunch for the will move from there at 2 Dresser :J 301,4 3OS
Man youngsters. Prizes will range o'clock tomorrow afternoonand DuPont ( 73' 73'%
from stuffed animals to hamburgers reopen at 3:30 o'clock at Eastman 88% 80%
Pleads GuiltyIn -_ at a Lakeland drivein Food Town at 610 West Memorial Gamble 82% 8214
restaurant.A Boulevard where It will GI Pac Pet 25 25%
Morals Case similar hunt by Negro be open until 6:30 o'clock tomorrow Gen 33'Va 33%
r # children will be held at Simpson evening.On Gn
BARTOW A JO-year-old Park at 10 o'clock Saturday Friday the unit will be GIll Inst
Lakeland man drew one-year morning, the Jaycees an- In Auburndala from (:30 Gen I YORK (AP) "It's so
prison sentence attar be nounced. o'clock in the morning until Gen Tel it never sleeps," la
pleaded guilty yesterday In sLore Chairman for the Lodwick 12:30 o'clock. The unit will Gel description of New
criminal court to a morals hunt I II Bud Chestnut. Ormond be at the South East PlazaIn Gen Tire The comment come
Dees Is the director in charge Winter Haven Saturday Gillette '. Junior Miss of
charge. (... Phil lr rfcImn .
Wilson Garnett, Route 5, KNOTTY .O.UM-A. \my > kmtf? and Robert (Bob) Schulthels from 9:30 o'clock in the morn- w. R. Felber, 18. of Col-
but nm VU see which It ,....1.* tw.,.....M .
Lakeland was Indicted by the Is the manpower chairman.At ,: ing until I.30 o'clock that evening. Great A ., who spent her first I
January Grand Jury for lewd Jm Cwik sO Mmtown, ,.. LIttle irntm b wyiss! t* ... his Simpson Park, Coach in New York Tuesday I -
and lascivious conduct. H* was kite *H eke perch sod late MM air bat .*'. ....4 with .*.' Sylvester McArthur will be in Mrs. Work noted that county : newsmen she eventual. I
arrested on a charge Involving tafllxf kit kits shies, which, I* put H miMlf, It tMi.wh.t ttMM charge assisted by Coach voters may register at any of IBM to go Into theater or
a 13-year-old girl C *.. UP Wins****) With Speed. i the above locations let anthropology ....1Fred

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Conner Names Group To Get !I, WASHINGTON REPORT I

FroM Worltl$ ''CitTJl C )Jt
'\lll L' $ Michigan Congressmen I

Data On Beef Imports' Impact ,,\{. eatrl.er:, iAK: LANbl\'ELORfDA' Commit

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I of the Florida cattle Industry In Florida And Around The Nation Bf FULTON LEWIS JR. and an emotional issue
Wit named by Agriculture Temperatures A pair of "Someone ha to guard the
:Commissioner Doyle Conner today WASHINGTON of
to the effects the STATION It L. Charleston .......... 64 59 Mpls-St Paul....... 21 JO' Michigan Congressmen may ramparts the Republic -
study on of
Industry of imported beef. Miami .............. 71 70 Chicago ............ 81 :35 New Orleans ........ 77 67 have committed political hari- the finest created government this
10 Jacksonville ........ 74 62 Cincinnati ........... 72 87 New York .......... 52 47 votes of contcience ever hat on to refuse earth.
In addition. Conner Indicated Key West ............ 773 Cleveland ........... 67 41 Omaha .............. 28 11Philadelphia tin.with Right bill, but Someone when t h to
I that agriculture commissioners LAKELAND ........ 77 II Denver .............. II 10 ........ 51n they are un ,. panic hit them where pressure it
of Alabama, Louisiana, Mlsslsilppi Ocala ................ 79 II Des Moines......... 25 11 Pittsburgh .. .. .. 67 49 : concerned.The hurt group most Mr. Meader and
: and Georgia would appoint Orlando ............ II 60 Detroit ............. 71 39 SC Louis ............ 75 36 : two are Mr teslnskl have done so"
similar committee Sarasota ............ 82 M Fort Worth......... 77 SO San Francisco ..... 62 46 usually foundA. .
Information Sought Tallahassee ......... 70 M Indianapolis ........ 71 44 Seattle .............. 50 39 on opposite I' Reaction on the part of their
Tampa .............. 81 II Juneau ............. as 11 Washington ........ 70 48 I ends of the political .J constituent ha cheered both
"The of the committee
purpose W. Palm Beach .... 769 Kansas City ........ 45 27 ko'1' : Lesinskl and Meader Letters
will be to gather and summarize Los Angeles 56 44 BAROMETER I Ann to Meader from his districtare

Days Left information., on what Atlanta .............. 61 H Memphis ...::::::::: 75 60 7 am. 30.15 George Meader. running 10.1 In his favor

foreign beef Import are doingto Boston .............. 44 31 Milwaukee .......... 49 32 I p.m Tuesday 30.27 I Republican A healthy majority of Lenin.ski's .
our cattle industry and to develop first cameto constituent, too have
information along these the House In ,' applauded him for political

lines," said Conner. ..a1rei x u.a J953, and baa Integrity.
To Register He said the Information would t racked up t LEWIS Letters to the two, from Republicans .
:be supplied to the Florida con conservative voting I record and Democratsalike
gressional delegation for use In ever since.Detroit' urge them to "keep up
pushing through congress measures John Lesinskl. a the fight for what you believe
: to curb the rise in beef imports World War II hero has been we are glad you
To Vole representing his Democratic tuck to your conviction .
Committees from the five constituents since 1931. His you have given us renewed
I states tentatively are to meet record has been termed near- faith in representative government .

April 6 at Montgomery Ala., perfect by the AFL-CIO Com- you have my
To ReElectf Conner"*aid.CmmtUe. mittee on Political Education vote for." sticking: by your prin.espies.

Listed Both' Congressmen have apolitical .
1 history of support for There were but a handfulof
The Florida committee Is Civil nights yet both votedBO other Representation who
headed by Ralph Cellon, president on the hurriedly drawn did tick by their guns. New
of the Florida Cattlemen's proposal that passed the Hampshire' Louis Wyman. a
Association. Other members In- House February 10 and is now freshman Republican, Predict.
cluded Tommy Sloan of Fort under Senate consideration ed that a closed ballot on the
Pierce R. D. Bennett of Greenwood Why? bill would see fewer than 50

Barney Barren of Labelle, 3aile.asaee Rep.. Meader. a member of of his colleagues voting aye.

Jo. 0. Pearce Sr. of Okeechobee, .. ...::: ..+.,. e1 the Judiciary Committee that When ha voted Nay Wyman
Randolph Snell of Palmetto, Dr. drafted the bill objected to was the only New Englander

T. J. Cunha of the University of --- ,---.... t a provisions that put vast new to do so. Ohio's John Ash.
Florida and John Stiles of the f.aseerterts.er\ R powers In the hands of Federal brook was the only one from

agriculture department bureaucrats. Rep Lesln- his state to vote DO. The sameIs
;. .tt.....,. ski supported the bill's goal true of Republican Kil-
--: .r.. .'. t : but objected to placing pow burn (New York), Short. (N.
Pickets ..,. .--iiiI Iii I '\ ,ra .o, 00t erful DeW tools of compulsion D.). Berry' (S.D.), and Van

AttemptTo In the hands of the AttorneyGeneral. Pelt J Wisconsin). Other Re-

Mild ........ prrraibtl .e.*.. the AtkmU CHit *..... end Gulf cease reel.! .. Cities: wriir < publicans who took grave political
Block Visits The reaction In Michigan risk and voted
n..*4 rtirougk the neither end central plain' sad vpptr sad .pilddl MissIssippi Valley sad nay
could have been predicted. Hutchinson and Johansen of
Greet l.tw nlm Scrtrd role ikwn ..ottW MM hen Met &.... wales' lt etch. with Leslodcl suddenly found himself Michigan Battin of Montana,

To St. Augustine anew skews, MM Hi* up**. Le.... 8cttm itowirt ttotttWI" eon* tk* MIteItII,,, under attack from the Martin Utt, Oawson. Lips-
Valley 4.*.. riir*..*li the Gulf Crt SIa'". AP WJnphct) Democratic State Committeeand comb and Smith of California

BOSTON (Pickets the United Auto Workers.He On the Democratic aide,
marched outside three airlines Weathercast learned that he will face only four Northerners voted
serving Florida Tuesday night a wen.financed primary opponent against the Administration
urging tourists to by-pass St Au- Partly cloudy skies and mild in a district that hasa bill: Hull and Jones of Missouri
gustine because of civil rights temperature are ahead for significant number of Negro the maverick Baring of

problems In the city. Lakeland, with a chance .of voters. Nevada and Lesinskl, who
The pickets, member of the Meader, who has not had took the biggest gamble of
shower tomorrow weathermen
w primary opposition since 1954
Southern Christian Leadership them all.
Conference, demonstrated for predicted today.Southeasterly FLORIDA ZONES (when ha outdistanced two

about an hour outside terminalsof winds will blow A-Mostly cloudy with scattered .es opponents by 9-1) suddenly
at 12 to IS miles hour discovered that
.r an today an ambitious
Northeast and National .
Eastern shower and thundershow-
Airline diminishing to S to 10 miles an young Republican, Stanley Tourists
hour tomorrow and becoming era tonight and Thursday turnSeer, sa Thayer, Majority Leader ia
which described
carried sign
They cooler Lowest tonight
Thursday. -
southerly at 10 to 20 miles an the Michigan State Senate
St. Augustine as a city
58 to 64.
had announced his
hour tomorrow. Intention
"of violence and discrimination. Register
." I The maximum temperaturehere B-Few widely scattered to challenge Meader for re-
showers becoming a little more nomination
yesterday was 77 degree, tea
Police said the hour demonstration with about the minimum this morning was numerous by Thursday. Low to- Newspapers In both district
about At
lasted an CO// c
U degrees, and no rain fell at night around 10. blasted the two Congressmen.
dozen picket participating.
a the city hall weather station. C, D, E, F, G-Partly cloudyand lH The Toledo(Ohio) Blade,

RAY MATTOX SEATS CIRCLE STAGE showers mild developing through Thursday.Thursday Few or which In Header's has k large southeast circulation Mlchi- Up t. March 21

,I BERLIN On of Berlin's The record number of change Thursday night. Low tonight In 'San district, chastised the CANADAMr.
biggest \;attraction I Is Phil for a team of rlngen-31.600 In the sixties. Southeast to south Congressman as a "Southerner and Mrs. Ted Owbett 126
harmonic Hall whose 2,200 seats 12 hour 58 minutes-was set wind 10 to 20 mile hour. a 1. ," implied that ha wu a S. Waterloo St., Lindsay, Out
State Representative are arranged In the style of at Wtasford England In 1950. per racist Lesinskl came under INDIANA
theater In the round. The halL In 1761, at Leeds, 40,120 changes H, I-Paitly cloudy and mild Florida Five-day Forecast heavy fir In the Detroit pa- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams
Group 2 easily distinguished from a distance were rung in 27 hour but this through Thursday. Low tonight pers and the Influential labor Holiday Inn, South 1IeDd.MJClDGAN .
by the tentlike slope\ of was not accepted u a record because 80 to 65. Temperature will average press.

,.... h. "....) it* roof I Is the creation of architect the ringer worked In re-- J, K-Partly cloudy and mild I from three degree below normal Not all newspaper joined Mr. and Mrs. W. E.:: Mlede
north to three degree
I Han Scharoun. ays. through Thursday. Low tonightIn the lynching bee, however ma, Lakeland Cottages, Grand
the low seventlenBan I above normal extreme The Jackson .
II (Michigan) Citizen Rapids.Mr. .
south.II Normal maxima high 70. said that it would be a
and Mrs. Harold A. Pet-
north. near 80 south. Normal "shame' if Meader and Leo
Viewed :minima Ms north and central, slnskl face elections defeatfor tit, Woodall'i Trailer Park Eaton .
low 60s extreme south. Colder voting their conscience. Rapids.Mr. .
I north Friday. Showers north The paper referred to John and Mrs. Norma. N
On Hard Type ;Florid Thursday and Fridayand Kennedy's Pulitzer prize-win Rossell, WoodaU Trailer Park,

possibly south Florida Sat fling ."Profiles in Flushing
Of Detergents !:urday. Precipitation averagingnear and paraphrased the point Mr. and Mr*. Mark Smith,
rer an Inch north to lea than: made Lakeland Garden, KalamazooMr.
repeatedly by the late
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The and Mrs. Ruttan Ward
half Inch south I
one. portion. President. The Citizen said:
1965 legislature will be asked to I 14'/i Pennsylvania Ave.. Alden.
"It takes
ban tale In Florida of guts (an Inelegantword Mr. and
or use to- Mrs. Sheet G
DOWAGER QUEEN ARRIVES but descriptive to I
very )
called hard detergents, a special Wheeler 402 N. Kentucky, Apt
LONDON (AP) The dowager put the processes of the Republic -
House committee on water I No 5, Midland.
I grandmother of King above the deep emotions -
resources reported. J which are stirred when NEW YORK
Baudouin of the Belgian, Queen
\ Chairman Rep. Allison Strkk'Elisabeth, ha arrived' in Lon; certain people kick other people Mr. and Mr*. I. Ray Smith.
land of Citrus said hard U'/4 Patten Heights .
[ County of around. HoUey.TENNESSEE
don "for reason health. A
YOUR NEW detergent created a serious J Belgian Embassy spokesman ."It takes a cool head to Invite
water pollution problem because wouldn't give any detail about the calculated risk involved Dr. and Mrs. C H. Dowell.
they were not soluble In water. what brought the .87 year- in going against the 926 E. Walnut St., Livingston
Strickland said testimony given old queen here from Brussels tide; to tell the red hots to go WISCONSINMr.
at a meeting Crystal River Tuesday. you know where and vote-for and Mrs. Edward Berg,
HOME YOUR last week showed that new detergents or against a bill which sustains ill Orange Park, Milwaukee
which are soluble in the concept that this I Ia Mr*. Hildegarde Levailee. 410
water are harmless to water Dally earth tide change maybe a government of laws rather W. Orange St., Marshf ield.
_ I due to swirlings In the earth's than men or against the Mrs. E. Geneviene Lovejoy
I supplies._ __ supposedly molten core. hysteria created by minoritiesMINSTMl 410 W. Orange St.,. Chippewa
Miss Mathilda\ Huth. 410 W
( Orange St., Manhfleld.!
I II Miss Margaret Huth 410 W.

Orange St, Manhfleld.

HOME LOAN \ InvestigationIn


--t- Election Slated

-I 4Ch t grand Jury probe Into reports ot

law violations In the March 17
are.I city election was ordered by
II '" State Atty, T. E. Duncan
I ( ,.) Duncan laid yesterday be had
subpoenaed voting records of
I "
tThl4 \ the county election supervisorfor

WiV'Cood-Time' the Investigation which is
expected to .take place next
.. .
He said complaints dealt with

;Charlie Suffers procedure of handling the election :.
and not with the outcome
two City commissioner were
Bladder 1 ., elected and the municipal char

Uneasy .$ \ ter was amended.
s iiTh
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Unwise sating or drinkln mat t* amre IndonesianVisits
ot mild, bin innojrni bliddef'brtatiomlMkins '
you reel mtlw.Mm
*. and vacomforubU. Aid Ureilleu
night" with ....ln. tckdM Holland
.... . due ta ovtrauriim semis er emoddm't -
I .*r* Do.afs.rC"-1 JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -

FIRST65DOWNTOWN SAVINGS AND LOANASSOCIATION Dna,,wul-lry'. Pill set 1 ways for .-hnlfcC. > Foreign Minister Subandrto left
\/ I -TIIe1 km a loMhlnc enact for the Netherlands today to
-- I on bladder iniuuoM. 2-A ,... punnlmini -, seek better relation with Indo
acHes on sassing becbclla.hoadlCheI
......., KOM ."*. pa_ nesia' former colonial master
g ;IIOERSdAY J-A vowhrfHllr BUM dmrau action and more Dutch business for
sun the' bdneyi tcmtins W tersase the
( { llh output ol UK I) mile of kidney sagging Indonesian econo-
: Orange St. at Tennessee GRAVE PARK: Crystal lake Drive ot Meadowbrook lubw So, id UM MM happy nlief'millions HATUm-A fetal* .f Mw ?,?) owH. my.Informed
1 1rt
km enjoyed for over tC U... Club Mta.tr.1. to be prolsaled April 4 ., tie city sources said Suban-

LAKEUNIit FLORIDA Far' convex- |% 'I\ 4-iHri.m, wli k* Hit opwr**** *f DM IUfMl, masq.r drip will try to persuade Dutch

tenea..k forth* .4 Lessen Mv* C** as *.. Necks sad falMMtMtw f,, businessmen to resume trade
.IMS* cat.. Oct U OaDSI with Indonesia I Ia not
but he
DoaD'al' Ia IOde1t Ik* put It ps. m**** from she i mlnitnl wig t, W4 j Is
j I If* LWi auk's Bike CMMmHon STCINM.. expected to ask the Dutch government
for trade credit

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Citrus Commission .

Awards 5 ContractsTo

Research Firms

r ,'f4 LAKELAND The Florida to Market Research Corporation

I Citrus Commission announced of America of New York,

the awarding of contract yesterday for two project, one dealing
to five nationally with a business evaluation of

known research organUations the total salad, appetizer and
for !business evaluation project dessert market for citrus pro:!.

recommended by the Industry vets, and the other an analysis
Research Advisory of youth beverage consumption -
Committee. Involved are six habit

Announcing project at a proposed total Beverage Survey
A w cost of 1121,900.Homer .
a E, Hooks, Commission The mack market study will
The Pint '4 aJ general manager, said determine the probable opportunity
that research on the project for increasing sale
would begin at once and that of orange juice and Juice con
Annual ( all should be completed with tent drinks through snack bar
in six months. and fountain outlets, Hooks
i4 Hooka said the decision on declared. This .Is to be accom-

c 1. the awarding of the contractswas plished through Information
PROGRESS made at a conference gained from trade sources and
participated in by Commission will deal with sales trends of
member Henry Cragg beverages sold In these outlets

PANCAKE FESTIVAL WINNIRS-Tw. .l rnr*. wi..... .f Kit Klw.nlt Penult Festival era chairman of the Economicand by type of beverage and

EDITION ........ kara waiving ttulr prim. f...> ;......... .f th. Klw.nil Cluk. n_.. Hk, left. clwlrHMD Marketing Research Committee type of location.

*f .... ,.*.,..1. >.i e M1!* I. M... WHIUm I. c....", 220 W. Pubic. St., *ail/.n..h" ; Dr. William E. Black. The Commission hopes to

A winner, Dn Crawl, florid' l.Nrt 0114...'. H..., rc.1... a ,.... .... .**!* f_ .., Stilk, Economic Research Director learn the potential of citrus
To Be Published By The Kiw.nl. pr*.''do..t. Antrim wi...", elll'D.wnlns .f ill W. S..... a.04, wk. w.. a kl-M and Hooks products in the vending mar

: ; J + :. ....** retard ,lr.r, w.. linobl.* to k* *......t when lie picture wu a.k.a. Still Mtlmcr1 I Firms Now ket through the Booz, Allen
p Y I ....t .kut ,009 ,...... *ttnd4 tkt footlY.1 l .t Udwlck Airtwt S.tu...,. (L.de.f *.. kH and Hamilton survey. This
k. LAKELAND LEDGER .sKt). The Commission now has would provide information in
five of the leading research regard to the citrus product
firms In the country working with the
greatest potential,
Saturday, March 28thIT'S Official Fail To Halt with It on market develop. the present products against
Warnings ment planning," Hooks stated. which citrus could compete

.: .r J f',' TIME WE TOLD 'The services of these organizations most effectively and the best
also will be utilizedIn locations for citrus product

> THE WORLD ABOUT Plans For Registration March the future,.along with other_' vending machines.
firma tnat Will oe contacted. Included In the byproducts

The contract awarded by study will be research on

POLK I GREENWOOD, Miss. AP- heart of the cotton-growing Mississippi the past year. In 1963 the federal the Commission were to Bat- present use and future mar
COUNTY'SDECISION I Negroe plan to march on delta. Negroes outnum- government estimated there telle Memorial Institute of Columbus ket prospects for citrus seed

the court house today-despite ber white nearly 2-1 in the were 470 registered Negro voters Ohio for a technical- oil, glucosidcs, peel oil .and
[warnings from city officials I in the county. economic evaluation of the dehydrated peel and pulp.

l TO ,renew a voter registration campaign area.Mayor Charles E. Sampson' The renewed vote registrationdrive market for selected citrus by- The survey of dehydrated
FTk which spawned violence called on Greenwood residentsto was called by the Council products; to Arthur D. Little citrus juice is expected to determine

I when It first started just one stay away from any areas of Federated Organization, representing Inc., of Cambridge Mas, for the possible marketIn
all civil a business analysis of the mar- terms of volume, growth
year ago.Three where demonstration major rights
:; ::< GO AHEAD I burlap-draped crosses cur. groups in the state. COFO said ket for dehydrated juice products rate, price and package form,
burned Tuesday night in this It plans similar drives In some ; to Stanford Research and to indicate if these dehydrated
'city of 23.000, located In the Seek Atlentlon"Demon.traton !20 other Mississippi cities. Institute of Menlo Park Calif., juices would expandthe
I for a business evaluation of total use of citrus juice.
Send of I thrive on attention -
Copies The the snack bar or fountain mar-
Bricks PromisedTo ," said Sampson. "If they ket for citrus Juice. and Costumer Study
DECISION don't get It, they will soon leaveus Escapes
I drinks; to Boon, Allen and The survey on the salad and
;' + Progress Edition alone. I Hamilton of New York, for an dessert market would exam-
To Your iT DaughtersOf He said police would not per- Broken Main evaluation .of the vending\ ine the consumer and the Institutional -
Friends. ,
mit marches '
: any or organized
r': I market for citrus Juices; and possibilities for cit
Let's "Bros-A-Llttl." About Polk..W f Confederacy ildewalk formation on city street and Killing One rus In these markets. Considerable -

emphasis will be placed
I Police, using a trained dog,I Circus Has upon the institutional study
{- 1 EACH ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-If the dispersed civil right demonstrators HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Ga Hooks said, because of the
'J ,United Daughters of the Confed- marching on the tenor escaping at a broken connectionin growing trend toward meals
COPY eracy want bricks, it shall County court house several an ammonia line killed one ExcitingPremiere outside the home.

f ENCLOSED ,shave bricks, lay Gov. Carl E. time last March. man and overcame five others One of the most Important

Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A Sander The cross burnings were the Tuesday at the Blue Ribbon surveys to be made concerns
I The brick are special. They first such In at least 10 years, Packing Co.Cordell the analysis of youth beverage I
THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER come from the Old Soldiers police said. One cross-about McGee, 30, died before By JOHN MORGANTHALER consumption habits, in
r'rr :Home In Atlanta which recently five feet tall-flared on the firemen wearing gas masks Hooks' opinion. He pointed out
,. O. BOX 408 was torn down when the last courthouse lawn. Police watchedit could carry him and a second NEW YORK (AP-A smiling that food tastes and eating
Corner of Missouri Or Limo \resident moved out. burn out. worker from the loading area :young mal tamed eight snarl habits are not easily changed
The UDC want the brick to where the accident happened. ing tigers A beautiful blonde and that moat of these preferences
Lakeland, Florida 2 5 C ,sell to finance a memorial at Said Surprised The ammonia Is used as a refrigerant girl did 100 body flips hanging are developed in the

Enclose 25c each for tingle Stone Mountain Park to honor Another was set along a busy at the plant and in the by one arm. Hannibal trot'ad earlYI and teen year.

copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. I I the Confederate dead. street In a predominantly white firm' trucks. the Alps with 50 girls In short "It Is Important to learn
I State Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook :residential area and the third lavender toga and red-plumed now What this fastest growing
MAILED FREE EACH OR say the state constitution forbids near the headquarters of the BOMB EXPLODED gold helmets.It segment of our population prefers .
the state to make even so Student Non-Violent Coordinating NEW DELHI (AP-A bomb was the Rlngllng Bros and in the way of beverages
Anywhere In the U.S. or Canada small a donation, but Sanders Committee. exploded early today in the Barnum It: Bailey Circus, opening and why they prefer these
said Tuesday the UDC would Sampson said he was surprised state assembly building at Jam- a 48-day stand In Madison beverages," he said. "We intend

,:fi *l am enclosing S. . 5 get; the bricks "if I have to pay at the new developments mu, in the Indian controlled'Square Garden Tuesday night. to gain this information
C ih Please Mail the Decade for Decision I for them out of my own He said over 2,000 Negroes had: part of the disputed state of The crowd which little more through personal Interview
; k pocket applied for voter registration In Kashmir Nobody was Injured.TONIGHT'S 1 than half filled the IS.OOO-seat !In 1.500 households with youths
Edition Tai ____ .
Progress :
1 hall, consisted mostly of adults, as well aa through a study of
some In evening dress existing data on the teen-age
FOR All I Rings Busy market and a survey of
HAMI schools, drive-in type caterer
: \ For most of three hours all and high-volume, fast-
,three rings were busy with food chains.
; ADDRESS $1 'clowns, acrobats, aerialists or Hook said the results of

THE NIGHT "super-spectacles. these six projects/ would "give
CITY But for tiger tamer Charly the Commission a definite di-
4ih:0. STATE
: . . Baumann, a one-time German rection toward future technical
FOR THE movie actor the spotlights converged and market research and
MAILED on his circular cage In toward more effective advertising
HAMS the center ring and his eight big and merchandising

FREE tigers.Without any protection from plans"LEGAL AOVI..TIIIMINT

ADDRESS FREE BARBEQUE the beasts, he put them through ire CIIICUIT COURT 01'
AnywhereIn I furni-ture IN AND POR FOLK COUNTY
himself between tricks
. .. I the :One playful tiger frequently TO NO.JUO..I a2t71.arsoaA''GNIO lCaLLY
grabbed him by the neck as he THH HUVtKRY SAV1MOS
TONIGHT 25th I passed and licked his head af HANK )>
MARCH 5:30 P.M.
HAMI U.S.or : fectionately.Other Plaintiff. i
.: crowd pleasers were La JOHN f". MOO.NBTHAM. !

Torla, who did the body flips In .a and .t el, Defendant, )1
ADDRESS the air; Chrystlne Holt, who NOTICE Of SUIT IN MORTOAOI

CanadaORDER CHRISTINA PARK juggled three dumbbells while TOt fOVRAO FORSCLOSUMC A. WKNNRR and

r f CITY' STATI hanging by her hair from a rope JOKKPHl.NB. C. WB.X.NKR: his

. . . Mulberry Rood, South of Lokelond that lifted her to the telling RKMIDRNCK w"" :: In an unknown alat.
and the Great Doval, who or rounlry other than the Kill.
skipped rope on a high wire. r5 rte Florida: and mailing addrei.

HAM I Midgets were fired from cannons Poet Offtr Boa vse.rlab.d.
YOURS HEARSen. a clown removed an end ARK. N.w aeavaToil
less sweater, a woman was a Complaint' h.r.by,......1.aotlfle.. a certain that
ADDRESS mo...... ..
X NOW! shrunk In a washing machine. onrumhenni the foil.
In* d.ecrlbed real import, to.ui'H .
Dogs De Dances wilt'
M Fred 0. ( Bud) i.ne 11. HI..II r. IllrHI.AND
CITY STATI Dogs did the hula, the highland MANuR sJNtr ,o. '
. . . ring, the Irish Jig ballet ......In. .. tho plat th.mai .aa'.
''in' a tutu, and the American Hag r.eurd.da. I'tot'Book 4 a, Pa.a
ea. Hnhlhr Record .( Pol.
!''march-all on their hind leg in 'ountr.. Morlda
; HAM I DICKINSON time to solid band music b.. Wen riled. aialnel god In the
: : *btn..iyl.d null, and you ar. ...
I Camels walked on their knee., Olilred to ", n. a ropy or ,.... An.
llamas Jumped hurdles, people .... or other P1.. ln. to th*
ADDIISSCITY Complaint on Plaintiff i .tt.....,..
,juggled and did handstands on ANDKRSON: chat;. DCAN *
: unicycle I twinging trapezes LOWND :M. SIS Ka.l ('.. ... Rau.
Discuss The Reol Issues In the Governors Race I Uvar. (Orlando riorld" and III.
STATI and ladders.George tk. 001.'..., A...*, or other. Pleid-
I '.. In Ih ,,....
| Hanneford Jr. did a offlc" of the of
I h. Circuit Court ... or ...,..... the

MUSIC By ,I gunning backward horse somersault to another from, then one -4tk.> d*.nay.. an of. >April.......IM4.. pro if-you,*fail....
will taken aaalnet' >mi for the
rolled out of the ..
III ring knocking illef demanded In th* Complaint
over a passing cotton-candy Tkl' Nolle ...,.11 be piibllehed
I nca week for four .
salesman, who In turn waa week In th* lakeland on.emtlv I..dier.
\ ERNIE LEEAnd ,chased out the door by a rampaging u tA T BD thl. fare day of March,

bulldog. P, H KbOAX J*,
I The circus: set out Jan. II from CLKRK OK THkl CIRCUIT
'Miami Beach, Fla. on Its 14th COURT
The Entire Cast Of The 'annual tour. It wind up backin U.I4.(III'A L By' Vlvlaa A. Dvmr Purvla Clerk

Florida In mid-November after
BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED playing arena In most major NOTICI Of All-
cities in the country. You are .....bl' a.alrl.d 'ht
IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE follnwlna ,n"rw ..dnM.. Ih.
1'al Y"d" 0001 UR e eyand.a
EDITION THAT WILL TELL II /Nixon ArrivesIn aalAanx. nine
will h
t I old a' p.bll. rid at U rte
> THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY { Pakistan Setti T Paul hN.y.orioVTO: )
d. I. Main, lakeland, Florida,
l'' The
proceed of ... ...
IN WORDS, .. the will >11."
i payment of tb.nt if .
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) re
1 PICTURES and ADVERTISING! I-Former Vice President Rich- taklnf.motor' vehicle aorlnR" and and tr._rot I. of of sue.aid
DICKINSON for GOVERNORCommittee Nixon arrived in the Ik-atlon of notlc, of n). and th..
to tho aatlefaclloii of .... ...|....
p j NOTE To ,Pakistani capital today and laid dos ""..' '". *..""."* with O'rald
: hove firm represented .
your he brought a special message ota II..ktn., a 31 .. Pt"'PI. ..
Florida' h.'nnal'n .
rvorln .
'in this issue call from former President Dwight .ne of 00101 '* .'''* ..h...... Any auvrmalnlne
phs Will h paid t. yen.
D. Eisenhower to Pakistani and y..
Bob Powell at 686-1151 PH '01. Adv. br Jim '.1....*'. c..,.>.. Ch.I.... President Mohammed Ayub .soul r.mala...lI.blo...... _far d.e..,Hid Ml.nra m.

igian. :ua"A
Nixon Is on a round-the-world ;,n'Ik.'OC"T

*. I tour for client of his law firm {"'V: ta....... *Wheeler.".c.' J.r ..
I\ and 1 II also Interviewing leading ma Kest .y

.,official at has various ttop I 11.sas Lakaia.d, in-ode


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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, March V, ISM .IS

Let's Play Bridge BOATING IS FUN!

Get Out On The Water With One Of The Beautiful Boots

By ALAN TRUSCOTT -w--- !:: :. Listed In The LEDGER Classified Section

I bridge teams
remain undefeated *-QI
[ with the completion of .-1 71

I( the Cup fifth contest round of One the was Vanderbilt the- 4-A Q 10S24K83 Elect H. L. "Shorty"PALMER

I second-seeded team captained WEST EAST
I by Tobias Stone of New York A-J10TII W _
[City, and including Samuel M. r-KQSe3: V.452
I Stayman, Mr. and Mr*. Victor .-C .-K If 3
Mitchell, all of New York City, *-\ 4 410575SOUTH
Norman Kay of Philadelphia
and Alfred Sbeinwold of Loa AAK5433rA i r )I
I Angelea.The 10
other undefeated team isled .-e4Q
I by Howard Schenken of New 352
York City It Include, Peter Neither side was vulnerable
leventrltt, also of New York The bidding:
City, and Lew Mathe, Edward South West North East
Kantar, Robert Hammand and 1 4 Pas I N.T. Pas
Donald Krauae, aU (If Lot An- 2* Pas 2 N.T. Pass
gelei. 4 e> Dble Redble Pass n
In the fourth round the Stone Pass Pass
team won by 30 International Vest led the heart king.of .
match point against the young
Californian squad led by John the
Swanson of Los Angeles which theoretically eight would desirable still be a MARRIED 7e YUM-Mr. end Mr*. GMT** fill, rmifcnH eke frmr Mary H......", tvriwe' 94 .. Merck 12. Sell, a Mlns .. '
had defeated the powerful team play. But South probably safety would I .f the HilM",w Nun)** HMM, Via,., III. will celebrate '* *n... Dinncral, cut till fine PrtiMcnHcl fccll* rV Graver Cleve.laid. .
led by Edgar Kaplan of New not have done this, because such .In* 7* react .f inen4ese I ester Su"..,. Mr. (ill\ I II !l. Mn. Sill, (AP Win***..* /
York City. In the fifth roundStone's a play would frequently lose a
team beat the contingent valuable match point and it
led by G. Robert Nail of guards against a situation that Columbia U. Scientists Advance
Houston by 10 points. Nail'steam ,occurs only one In about SO
Include Harry Flshbela of ,dealL i
New York City.Schenken' Four spades was' also doubled I 3Supervisor
team won a crucial and made whea the hand was I
fourth-round clash by 18 replayed. The redouble gained Theory On Cancer DevelopmentBy
point against the team cap--:240 or six international match I
tained B. J. Becker of
by New point, for the Kaplan team.
York City and including Mr*. JOHN A. OSMUNDSEN ease at very early stages of; Fourth, ultraviolet radiation: And Dr. Borek and his colleagues -!
Dorothy Hayden of Hastings-oil- JXrb flora[ lCiwe development when cancer Is which, in excessive doses,' art continuing to study

Hudson.then defeated The Oswald Schenken Jacoby'stopseeded team UndersecretaryOf NEW YORK-Two Columbia most vulnerable to existing causes cancer, ha* recently:the basic chemistry of nucleic I l''
University scientist have found mode of treatment. been found by Dr. Ryan to alter
squad In the fifth acid methylatlon and Its role
evidence for what they feel Ia Second, scientist might be the normal levels of nucleic I )
round by 32 point f In normal cells as well to
Treasury ,a unified theory of cancer de able to develop way of destroy acid methylatlon In cell. I as
Jacoby and Becker Still In velopment.The ing cancer cell selectively search for abnormal methyla''
Fifth, certain viruses whichare I
tlon In
various forms
The Jacoby and Becker teams Leaves PostWASHINGTON theory tie together an without harming healthy tissue. known to cause cancer inanimate 1 of human patterns cancer.It of Registration
remain in the contest becausea classes of known cancer-causi The new theory has been proposed or to be associated with I it turn out that their theory I'
team is not eliminated untilit I (AP-Pres- agents by a single, common by Dr. Ernest Borek, an the development of tumors In is substantially correct, Democratic Primary-May 5thHe'll
has been beaten twice. Waldo- Ident Johnson accepted Mondaythe mechanism of action through associate In the department of man have been found to break I dentists will know then how'
mar won Zedtwltt of New York resignation of Undersecretary which normal cells are turned biochemistry at Columbia's college chromosomes, whereas so-called cancer is caused-not just what:
City Is on Jacob/ team. of the Treasury Henry H. Into malignant one*. of physicians and surgeons nontumor viruses apparently do causes It- Eight other once defeated Fowler, who has held his post The dentists who proposed and professor of chemistry at not do this. of the cancer problem i
team remain la the contest. since this theory cite two main lines City College, and by Dr. P. R.
the early days of the John I Cellular Stresses would help Immeasurably in Its
Their captains are Nail Kap- F. Kennedy administration. of evidence to support It. Srlntvaun, also at Columbia. eventual solution. WITH MODERN REGISTRATION METHODS
lan, Swanson, Curtis Smith of Fowler, a native of Roanoke I First, chemical change predicted -: Work Confirmed The presumption here is that I S WITH CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION AWARENESS
Houston, Edward Barlow of .' the breaks are caused by cellu-
by the theory have already
Palo Alto, Calif., Joe Jabon of a to the been found in different Much of their work has been lar stresses within the ehromo.soma HEMORRHOIDS
President that
Seattle, Don Oakie of San Jose he wished to return kind of cancer tissue. I confirmed and extended by resulting from the ab-
Calif., and Mrs. O. P. Lowdenof month to ago private he said) life.he Intendedto Several Second, all classes of agents' scientists at several other institutions normal rnethylatlon of It by enzymes Fissure, Fistula and Have Polk County
Balboa bland Calif. known to produce cancer have << In this country and which tumor viruses introduce other Rectal Diseases
resign as coon a* the tax cut
Doubling a game contract, shown the ability, directly or indirectly abroad. Into cell. successfully treated
bill was enacted. by
which ha* been voluntarily bid to cause such changes If the new theory proves correct At the moment, Dr. Srinlvasanla NON-SURGICAL tULLY Registered
by the opponent, 1* seldom a In cells. It would be on* of the most collaboration with Dr. Re-, method
exercise. -
profitable However Whether those two observons significant contribution to the nato Delbecco'a laboratory at
sometime the temptation seems British Bosses represent a direct cause understanding of cancer In near- the California Institute of Tech I NO LOSS OF TIME
irrestible. In the deal shown today
from Kaplan's fourth-rounc and effect relationship or merely ly two centuries.It nology. Is looking for abnormal DR. EARLE RABB With H. L. "Shorty" Palmer
win, the double not only led Urged To Hire a coincidence I II yet to 1 be was that long ago-in 1773: levels of methylated nucleic
to a redouble, but helped Southto determined. to be exact-that the first cause adds and for "strange" methy- CLINIC. N.D.
make contract that almost of cancer was discovered-coal latin, enzymes m cells Infected **. ev ._ winter Mm (H. ,... AeV.I'
a Older) Women Chemical_"_______ DifferenceLANGUAGES
surely would have failed other soot breathed by chimney with a tumor virus. )
Proof that does i Indeed ,.
wise.Kaplan's. cancer sweeps. "' -"" '* 1
fim ,h "'tl'r: K
response of one no- LONDON (AP) British develop according to this Since that time countless
trump a* North la a forcing bosses were urged Monday to new concept could mean that other cancer causing agents
bid in his system, and he showed -hire women 60 and over for medical scientists would have, (carcinogens) have been identified
a hand with about 11 or 12 their office staffs."Compared for the first time, a specific But, knowledge of precisely Who affordto
high-card point by bidding two with the dizzying chemical difference between how they cause the can
no-trump oa the second round.It recession( of young girls passing malignant and normal cells to change from normal to malignant -!
seemed to West that his five' through secretarial and typing work with. This might open has advanced virtually not
trump would be sufficient to posts, a fit and capable two possible avenues of attack at all.
defeat the contract but he was woman of 60 Is a very rock of on the cancer problem.
sadly disillusioned. ability," tald a report from First, the distinction between Many Forms live like this?

Sooth I* Perceptive I the National Corporation for cancer and normal cell might Cancer assumes many forms
Sidney Lazard, a* South, Care of Old People. enable doctor to detect the di.a .-In the wide range of cell typesIt
afflicts In both plant and animal .
recognized that West must have DEVISED
had a considerable trump holding IHogs kingdoms. Nevertheless,.
NEW YORK-More than 800
In Road
to double. After winning the devised most scientists agree that all
heart king, therefore, he led a Stops specially language forms of cancer have at least
Traffic have been proposed for international
in This is
low trump and finessed dum one thing common.
my's eight. It 1* apparent thatit use since philosopherRene that the genetic, or hereditary
would not have helped West CHICAGO (AP) Road bogson Descartes first broached mechanisms of the tell have
to play the spade Jack or ten: the Dan Ryan Expressway the Idea In the 17th Century.But been affected in some permanent
His only hope was that South ere not unusual, but this time only one, Esperanto ha* way.
would not finesse. they were genuine. gained currency: about 1,000 Dr. Borek and Dr. Srlnrvasan
South then surrendered a Motorists stopped on their 000 people have some knowledge believe that a single, universal
heart trick and had no difficulty way home from work Tuesday of It, chemical mechanism underliesthe
in making his contract, to aid In the capture of five hogs development of cancer. The
losing only one spade, ODe heart escaped from a truck. The Mt. Kilimanjaro stands aloneon research that has Inspired their
and one club.Without porker tied up traffic more the heat-scorched plain atIthe contention Is centered on the
the double the finesse than an hour. I Tanganyika-Kenya border. function of certain minor com-

lonents of the genetic and pro-
ein-maklng system of cell*.
Then Is already a considerable -
amount of clrcumatantlal;
evidence In support of this) Idea.
following arc some examples:
First, the main function of
many chemical that are knownto
cause cancer Is to transfer
atomic group from one molecule .
to another.
Found In Tamers

Second, the largest amounts
of 1 methylated nucleic acid components .
(consisting of three
atoms of hydrogen attached to
a carbon atom-Instead of the
one hydrogen atom in an ordinary -
cell base) ever reported
have been found In tumor tissue
Whether unusually high level
of 1 methylatlon exist In other
diseased tissue is not know P ;
? but has not been seen yet "tN
Third, abnormally methylated
nucleic acid components have
been found both In animal tie
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Hiildren's t Wall Street LAKELAND LEDGER.

e 4 +t 3 ,t ,a,. 'f ?
Borne MeetKt TighteningRegulations Burglars Take

Thursdaye Art ValuedAt

Rose Keller-Polk County By SAM DAWSONAP $208,000MILAN
slots, Children1 Home So- Business News Analyst
Hty of Florida will hold Its NEW YORK (AP-The New
(AP) While
ual meeting at 12:30 p.mHUrsday York Stock Exchange Is busily industrialist, Italy.Mario Busclnl
In the private dining dying up Its rules and prao
Bm of Morrison' Cafeteria, tlcel In preparation for what] was at a soccer game, burglarsbroke and
Into apartment
hter Haven, according to an some are billing as I showdown -
ouncement by D. R Sloan fight with the Securities took three paintings at
l president. and Exchange Commission. r $208,000 police reported Mon

But the exchange seems to dayThe
Mrs. March Dlcftins execu- paintings were "The Nativity'
have Its eye on public opinions
director Southeastern DlBrion
by Venetian
much the threatened
as on )
Children's Home SocietyKI crackdown by the SEC Andthat .i s Guardl "The Rape of Europe"
Florida, Miami will be the Flemish artist named
by I
may be very much on the
Keaker. She will discuss the Imlndl of exchange president Heinz, and a work of the Vlen
beds of Florida's children who
ish school of Utrecht.
Be Keith Funston and other exchange -
wanting parents and
parents officials as they talk today -
Kho alloys are
are seeking children.Hfrhe to President Johnson. widely
annual report to be made used in the aircraft Industries
IW Elsie L. Parker, executive Charges Believed
director, will show 49 children 1 Wall Street is well aware that
placed In Polk County adoptive there still is a great deal of ELECTJOSEPH
loomes in 1963. This is an increase popular suspicion as to what WINNING UNIT-Ttitw happy ,..,1. are members *f the Uktkitd. 4..tocl .l rdlncry lesser

[ of 880 per cent, as compared really goes on there. And SEC .f she rnubnttol I".u..".. Co, kwdtrf. ty Division Monitor. Willlom W. Chase Jr.. which hot F.
[ to an average of 5 per charges of unfair privileges enjoyed toon owtrJtJ. eke company mldonVi. Citation fen the ..."c,'. .ccomplUhmanta !la 19631. It
Icent prior to the availability of by floor traders members wanted eke third suck owarj for tho local unit, loft to right art Carl ,*.....".*., Le..I....; Douj
adoption services In Lakeland who buy or sell for themselves Day, Winter H",", Harold U., 'flont City) Ted. Holmes. Lake Woloi; Jimmy WhltotiovM, Sokrimi SEDMERACOUNTY
ItU 1958. Service were also rather than as brokers DMiloB M.".,., Chase, loMond. Ted. Civlnston. Ukolond. and. Dave Woodman. L....
[given to 38 other adoptive fam- for the public credence-are likely than to get loud; Social. ere Mill Pot Shlnpough, senior clerk, and. Min Morel McConvillo: dork, koriiUholond.
more public
Iflles and 28 unmarried mothers
denials by exchange officials.
Graduate Of F.S.U. A battle for a better public

Mrs. Dlckini ii a graduate of ) Image may well accompany any Nehru's To Rule COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
[the Fort Lauderdale High School fight with the SEC over tougher Inability 5
and Florida State University regulations. Exchange officialsare
[She received her graduate train- aware that changing the :-r --

ling at the New York School of ideas most Americans have of Leaves India Without GuideBy 1I
[Social Work Columbia Unl- some stock market proceedings s I
[yenity. Since 1958 she has will be hard I I
been responsible for the largest UP AND OVU-Jpoclol SWH *f the Moral. !VIM .f But to that end the exchangeis CONRAD FINK sions are delayed and on at prime minister in I? years of
[division office of the Children's nvoitlflatio soap throw *t the Lk Walta. Polio Deport.inmt suggesting changes in floor NEW AP Independence I
trading rules which re ; DELHI, India ( ) least two major foreign policy
[home Society of florida. Prior during a sell doroiu school held. there. The school ewe move some of the public's may suspicions With India's problems mounting issues India apparently Is with-: With Nehru In t sickbed,
[to that, she had extensive ext dare a week fw Hues weeks, b king conducted. ey *.."" of although the proposalsseem no one in New Delhi seems out meaningful, constructive dl many Indians were genuinely I
| >erience In developing services Mi. Fll fw lake Wilt puce sad lew enforcement *|."cl.. III unlikely to satisfy SEC capable of answering the biggest rectlon.In surprised to see other potential

[for unwed mothers, children the mrrevndinf. *r**, (Udfot Phot by Hvthet) demands for_ either a stringentunfailing question facing the govern- Parliament, all eyes dart'rom leaders among the men who
[needing adoptive placement and of floor trading or ment today: Who's running the the minister who Is acting had followed in Nehru's footsteps -
[families wishing to adopt. She I FBI Teaching :ending It altogether tore? as government spokesman for so many years. Some,
[upervtaed and trained a staff Tourists of the Congress party men
The board of Nehru hunched over
exchange's governors A leadership vacuum has developed to: sitting I
[of 200 caseworkers. I also has just voted to In India's capital. It Is In his front row bench. around Nehru began to asset}
B Officers and members of the Cause BoomIn Wales Police raise standards for original listIng potentially more dangerous than Does the spokesman have their ideas. I
[board of directors will be elect- of common stocks for trad-the one that Immediately followed Nehru's backing? Is Nehru nodding Then, Nehru's health Im-
led for the coming year. The GreeceI I Self DefenseLAKE Ing and to tighten standards for Prime Minister Nehru's In agreement? Frowning In'proved enough to enable him to
[present officers are: D. H. 'continued listing serious IIlneal.Subordlnatel disapproval? I resume his seat in Parliament,I
|Sloan Jr., president, Richard E. The board further Just proposed and occasionally appear at public -
[EhUs, first vice president; ATHENS (AP-Tourlsm has WALES-A self defense t plan to make it possible Can't Take Over In such ways the capital tries functions,

[james C. Morton, second vice become such a big business In :school), being taught by special to halt trading national emergencies Hazy lines of governmental to determine winds of how decision the governmental indecision One effect was an immediate
-or -
[president; Robert A. Fordyce,, Greece that It threatens to tlenll; of the Federal BureauInvestigation much faster than the 27:authority established after Nehru downgrading of the men who 1
I Thomas W. overtake (If is being held -are drifting. had moved in while ha was ill
secretary-treasurer; minutes that elapsed between suffered a stroke Jan 7 have We need NEW thinking
D. B. Kibler tobacco as the major I ere for members of the Lake first of the been blurred Leaders Surprising
[Bryant, counselor; news assassination even more since \
[III, associate counselor; and source of foreign Income. 1 ties Police Department and of President John F. Kennedyand his partial recovery. He Is not It Is fact of Indian politicallife TAPE TAKES 71 HOURS NEW leadership If

[James R. Boulware Jr., M.D.,. Five years ago the National':licers! from surrounding area the exchange's closing. The physically able to run the store that no politician can ATLANTA A minimum of Polk County Is to be assured fin

[chief of medical staff Miss' Tourist Organization cautiously !epartments.Chief of Police Tom Petty 11 minutes saw some of the himself but is fit enough so Its flower, no leadership combination 73 man-hours has to go Into the! of ill rightful place
[Frances Rigglns George P. wildest trading in recent years Impossible for any one of his reasonabl
in Nehru's of
allocated an $8 million I year i I laid the school will last for can flourish production one ) the Florida sun rIP.
[Brantley, Robert W. Rutledge The new plan would allow a subordinates to do the Job. I shadow-and he has cast t big sound 43.minute educational'televislon
; for hotels i 1 three weeks and Is being conucted )
Improvement program Pel. Adv. W J. P. a.dara
f and Lanier Upshaw are among, two. of each three man committee to act As a result Important dad shadow as the nation's only tape I
f the present board member. roads, beaches and tourist': on days rather than a seven member
veek. Sessions last from Ham.
The public Is Invited to at.Iitel. I II moil 1pm. and from 2pmntil quorum of the entire board.

| tend the meeting. Reservationsmay I It seemed like a lot of money 1 1I 4pm.Special Wa, 00 Shares Required
i be made with the Division at the time but the rise of tourist agents Benjamin H. New rules for listing requirea

office, Room 1001 Arcade Building .,. revenue since has made the I Cook and John M. Erwin are In company to have Sou,000 com
Lakeland; telephone: sum look paltry charge of the class which demonstrates mon shares outstanding! rather

6822809. Earnings Up 21 Per Cent the proper methods of than the present 500,000, with a A
disarming, throwing and disabling market value of $10 million for .fJ L
Last year foreign exchange an opponent. the publicly held shares, and
Ancient earnings from the tourist trade earning power of at least 13
wee nearly 181 mlllo2J percent million a year before ,taxes,
,v increase over the prevl-! Told rather than U million after
Plaza OUI year Tobacco Income was ICAB'lnquiry taxes

$118 million. I The SEC has attacked floor I
FoundSAN All signs Indicate that the Plane Stalled trading ai giving the exchange s
tourism rise will continue. Private the atmosphere of a private I
Investors followed the gov- Before Crash club. I
JUAN Puerto Rico (AP) rnment's lead and started putting The exchange defends floor
ArcheologisU have uncovered money into better facilities trading ai adding to the mar I t
a large stone plaza which they The National Tourist Organization GAINESVILLE (AP) The ket's liquidity defined as the
believe was the principal gather- will build hotels and then Civil Aeronautics Board investigating ability of a particular stock to I k
place for the 50,000 Indian them the Feb. 3 crash of I
Ing lease to private operatorson absorb reasonable amounts of
living here when Columbus discovered easy terms, on condition the South Central Airlines plane buying or selling at reasonable I
Puerto Rico. hostelries are run in accordance which killed 10 persons was told price changes

The plaza once surrounded by; with government standard the plane stalled In flight beforeit The new rules proposed by exchange II

wooden temples is near Utuado,' The National Tourist Organization fell. officials would stress
a mountain village SO mile started I program of providing Several witnesses told the floor trading action that would .
southwest of San Juan. Only good modern buses and CAB hearing Thursday the plane stabilize a fluctuating market
sections remain, with the decayed boats manned with personnel took off from Gainesville airport and would keep such traders ,- "I
temple foundations. trained as guides This was so with Its landing flaps down, rose from dominating the market fort 7 ,
I successful that a rush of prl- to a nose-high position, stalle particular stock
Ban Courts Found Ivale capital became available at about 200 feet, then plunged

The IndIans came from allover for the same purpose. With Into the runway. I
the Island for elaborate religious raises booming the govern- Capt. Thomas F. Dobbs of Ocala Verse, Clipping

ceremonies and to playa ment had withdrawn from that a South Central Airlines pilot Man Off
game similar to volleybal, field and left it entirely In the who was an eye witness, Keeps

lays Ricardo E. Alegrla, director hands of private enterprise. said the plane had its landing Duty On Jury P, tX
of the Institute of Puerto laps down, and weaved to theft
Buying Interest Stirred before it hit the ground.
Rican Culture. Some ball courts
have been uncovered."It The tourist boom plus the nat The CAB said a misplaced clipping and I Bible ,
was from this same plaza ural beauty of Greece's mainland center of gravity, such ss poorly! verse newspaper got a newlywed excused '
that we believe the Indians decided and Island coastlines ha balanced loading might make from a week's jury duty Tues Jc4L'T _
to test the immortality of also stirred up land buying interest the plant tilt, as It was describedby

Spaniards" Alegria said "They among forelmers some witnesses day.Clyde Nathan Williams approached
captured one and held him un- Investors who shun the high Judge Arnold Krlch-
der water for 24 hours. When i I rices of property on the French 24 Pakistanis amer and handed him two I
he came up dead, they decided I Riviera, for example, can easily pieces of paper.
the rest were only human and I afford I piece of unspoiled Are KilledIn One was a news clipping tellIng I M
launched a bloody attack which I>each frontage in Greece's of his marriage to Miss
Ponce de Leon barely managed i I more than 1,000 islands. Border Clash Glenda Cone March 7.
to beat off." Some Investors are Interested On the other piece of paper,
The Spaniards eventually < wiped out the Indian population. 1:hemselves. Others are con- Twenty-four Pakistanis were verse of the 24th chapter of
In doing so, said Alegrla, they Inced that the Islands aresound killed In a border clash near Deuteronomy:
wiped out t culture which had 1 to become a big thingIn Uti, 10 miles west of Srinaga. "When a man hath taken I
nourished for several centuries. the international tourist capital of disputed Kashmir, official wife he shall not go out to war,
I trade and thus a good place to sources said Tuesday. neither shall he be charged with
Plaza 70* Years Old j r
invest In real estate They claimed that Pakistan any business: but be shall be 1a
Alegria, formerly director of volunteers penetrated a mile free at horns one year, and aha <.yk.
archeology at the University of t half across the IndIan cheer up his wife which he bath
Puerto Rico, said tests show the Robert Kennedy Ids of the cease-fire line In taken." /si Almost everything tastes better
160 by 120 foot plaza to be It Kashmir Monday night and I The Judge checked the passage
least 700 years old. Invited To :opened fire on Indian border in a Bible he keeps on his

J i developed"This agricultural a highly people ceremonialway had Ski In Utah patrols. desk and sent Williams home. with Sealtest Half and Half

of life perhaps centuries
before Columbus arrived," he WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Starting off with coffee In the morning many foods berries, gravies, desserts. It's the perfect blend of

said. Frank E. Moss, D-Utah, sent MOBILE HOME OWNERSCOMPARE are delightfully Improved with Sealtest Half and Half. cream and milk together. Tastes great dozensAt

The civilization developedby Any Gen. Robert F. Kennedy any meal, you'll love the extra flavor and smoothness of ways. And always flavor-protected by quality con.
the Indians who lived In the a telegram Tuesday inviting the that Sealtest Half and Half adds to cereals trol techniques that have made Sealtest famous.
Greater Antilles was not as high attorney general and his familyto POLICES OUR POLICY
as those of most North Ameri- come skiing In Utah Easter YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST INSIST/ ON SEM.mil
can tribes. But that ball game weekend. COST $10 to $12.50 COSTS $8 per $1000
said he had read that
they played was very similar to I Moss -
one played by the highly civilized .,the attorney general and other per $1000 COVERS

Mayans in Central America members of the Kennedy family COVER -***, He***)"*. nook*.
Probably there once was'had been unable to get reservations ..,....... tWt, wlad.Fbs TRY SEALTESTDIP
Idaho. .elo.. .. hell -tile SEALTEST
at Sun Valley lit. HMk .a I
I link. "Invite all the Kennedys to .......... ....", wlod- ...... fled, iWq.par. 'N DRESSING f
.. .. ........ HOMOGENIZEDwithcrackerschipL
said. "Our -. ass. hgaehe, -, /
Will come to Utah, Moss flood, rhloej *et., alo&lllef en o.....11... A delectable dip ;: / v.A VITAMIN D MILK
Knights snow exceeds 100 Inches In ease MUcleeo .. Ishtar .Irer.M, ,let ... / / y
depth topped by new powder. <..... or ........... tail- em.Ml .__1.., tltWMl Or, use as a topping has rd _. .... Produced with every
Meet TonightA Can assure excellent accommodations tae .......,, riot *r. ...K 1. MM* ... Ind.ea..eel.a for soups, meets'w modern quality con
........ dip l
In Salt Lake City. 44. tf w Nr< fish, salads' baked trot to assure you of
meeting of St. Joseph's .barea a .... at
called PLUS potatoes. purity and freshness.
2505, Knights
Columbus Council, will be held at 1:30 PRINCE TO WED e. .. r : 1. Ol IfMlittl: ;;; MllbiM.. .
TOKYO (AP-Prince Yosh, M'M ,f
o'clock tonight at SL Joseph VIncent Emperor Hirohlto's youngest ..=: "F'::.a,= 1 a- at sue CS24eft.
Parish Hall, Grand Knight will marry Miss Hanak ..." ":...... .. a..a ... Sl' all..w) '

B. Birkner announced- to- son Tsugaru on Sept. 30 shortly! =:=;,:-. ..= w :..'= J. Flee 1IIIe,....... BESWICK & BESWICK
day Items to be discussed Include before the Tokyo Olympics, the .. era w poIIoy o" n. ,....__ 111"1

methods of obtaining new memo, Imperial Household Agency DAY & CO. Milk Distributors
bers; policies to obtain better. announced today. The prince. EARLE W. Sealresr

attendance at regular meetings; 28, and the sports-loving Miss P. 0, ...U5., St. 'etenll_., florida 337J1 PHONE (82-3175 LAKELAND
23 are to formally
and arrangements for the III- Hanako. ,
anal Kalghta of Columbus dance., engaged April 14. /



le ,UtftUANO LEDGER. Vhn4r. !!Mart 8. i M Officer' Who Arrested Oswald

. Tax Reduction Seen Boosting Easter Sales 'To Testify Before Commission

NEW YORK (AP) sear Ifcto year, and wa* fa.p ... Iteeet rust It ..... bee a d*future ht..... art.19111abe. tanYrt of to MarC& Five W.J1"OID. Dollarappeared
taqfea; ....." headed for a f= __ ataam aa flw.earns psis. IMMe. bae re .pIMH.R .......,. ipalfess ona of Laelw.atl WAflONCTON iff-TV Dal-liter of Oiwrid. who wu. before the comm,s
........ .beer snM MIl ... erab, tar tabbed UJMrMy ciarfml. with KMMdy'i dMth.Othen
ram* ....,.. a been frers Nat F. AIPaM N mat dimt |i r>ain wfco < aloe yesterday brtato to 30
eN .brcaslett c.t. T_ I Gordna Moat of KM ...,. M MM). ... tar OfwaJd to a theater of aN Patrolman MtrionBaktr the number that hm tlltified
....>*aiii Mr MOM a< DM effect p7...... .., wry f II THTTM KCAYCD 'm a.t tats apparel lor tilt,- hers eery used ktr dw ninitoitfc of PreaVbetar aid MIL R A. Raid whom -
.. .. bee M.relsib.aid NEW YOMu-it. II.r to tile vicinity oC the Daltoi -i
d to till nfcrtfca Wrinlaalrrl Easier parades.As !deat Jobs F. Eee*wta eaIsdl CLERICAL JOBS GAINATLANTAla
BICJIHhaWl repels free yaar-oM dMkaa UeIM betas AaaodMed tress MHnay o(i f 12 PCT. IN TEXTILE Ihs wanes ComaiMioa ....... from which potict
ralton Much Mh yet e area the coritry badbsstd a ......Major dttM Irtieaaji liltY' VIENNA Nearly 12 pmaat4iM **1Ht DM fatal abet weN fired i the pact 10.
way of anriaaaFart 1 per aaat aafet ovr .bat yeas M*,LI etapenrana teeth.MdBMriyM tof trad to rI AIIIIrie' .labor Mrs !Is Purotona M. R MeOmaU. -,lift Nor 21: and Deputy Steer yeah the number of clerical occupation
......... awwt. /food* Md ton ........ tta a *qr Sw-Seewwe r the 54Z tsstd sale af IM wtlssseal'Eta EHM L. Boone and Luke In the Visited Statesbas
Start Mad ...... Msrpered ....Fpdt toDtHtt .. .... .... wIlD look part to tillIIwetdpdoG tecraaaed from I per cent 1"
j lea 1.rsatf. ar* beattof adM racawM ib The weal b M ft? Mtt toamiaitai;Mooney 1
...... 1.:::= almost W of the
paromt I
.. after
fill off 10 a nthari sere r. Ratty IMM ....., df rigs Mora Isalre preisetiss. Hit>H f tkt prewdtafaeMfe IIIIIMdIeteIr
Pant Mart bicaaM_Easter_f""l Mb.. IM CM *! ...... Eater.tart peat" MM Onffray MM. Md KM ataxtaf two Aqw>the t- of Jobs.

q PGCENT,q Spring Values Sale-A- Thon !


"r r LC Colonial Sugar. 5 Bag lb. 49c


O Shortening 3-ft.SAVE Can 39c 35AVEn 59c

kCELI.E 20c 22,

Prices Df.rtJTi Mann 26 Tn Marl 21 SAVE 4J< THRIFTY MAID No. 2V2 Cans

Purple Plums 5 With other Sloo

1010 E. Rose. St. Purchases _

813 S. Florida Ave. .
W.G" Ive TOP VALUE ST'AM' 'PS 1"- -
.. Save 2c.-Thrifty Moid Cream Style or Whole Kernel
NIt1ty r".I..e4 1 h Flour I
301.c. (
Golden Corn. 10


FREE 100' Extra Assorted SAYE 32c Colors Drink . 4 46-.L 'I00 5-lb 29'n '

ViLUE Scott Towels Facial I Tissue 4 .ooc..tsloO 1 f'.

Gast limit OM With Other PwckauiSAVE
l 1Ji OO 115 fL ..::c ::r ]
y,,, Wax Paper 4 R.Rt s 100
11\ ;t Fem.
jSJrad-n: Scottissue. -i'lOc i 20i CREEN GIANTPens
'=> Nee 1
/ 10 Gal. Pink Salmon T.R 4ge

Neary Duty Plastic SAVE 20< THRIFTY MAID
Free 100 Extra TOP VALUE N.. 2Y4 C
STAMPS With Coupon and GARBAGE Sweet Potatoes 3 V'-n.H 49

Purchase of $1 or More SAVE 17c CRACKIN' GOOD 303, Cans '

Easter Candies t CANS Jumbo Pies 3 lies.- 'I00 Limit Three

r.wask. Ea. 349 6 ,k
.:. Twin Rolls 10'
>>I .tea. -


FREE 100 EXTRA .; Twirls. 3 "1" sioo FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT


Easter Candy With Worth arch. i .t SI or More Swing Top Fres \ Fr.u.its ,& ,V e.aeta'bres.(Re'fiigerated 'From .Ei ''d.1'0 Store I

Cwaai UW W.- I.h' Kit CM Start only" Garbage .
capes VM TIn Sat, Man 28 '

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SYRUP BLACKBURN *.s 59c 3i Ea atsae $1 99 PotatoesSO I 0 Bag lb. 3 9 C




Oil . 2< .* 49c '.N Oranges5' Cabbage lb. 5c



ASSORTED COLORS s, Onions ... 29C Beans .. 19 C

Lux Soap . 3.... I. 3U .

I ddtd "ddb { +f l! rM d>fd>l t i / ., ,'rr nnrrsr nr .nr,fM.r ,

.... ... es
514; 'M.fees. d awl el..w hn..r rh1 I M 'L'jj:Plus --k'e.: 'rnT. In- ;: laa'i FrtanCriMSuki
Hilt s"h.; 99c"p eua wldl....y4 ";: sloo) Seller Qt. $1.49 Branded Sltriatp. n; sit|..t... I rt*. 69
a.d ef.a .
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Lux Soap 2 Rathi., 31c Praise Soap 3.YN',34e Condensed All 3 "Silt 79c Silver Dust. .*..Sia.35c

Lifebuoy 3 Rart 35: Rinso Blue ,YN p.r28e Lux Liquid. ..1.s_. 29c Wisk Detergent. isf 43c

Lifebuoy 2 .Earl 35c Swan Liquid 12ea.SiIt 37c Large Breeze w* 35c Vim Detergent 43c


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LAKELAND LEDGER-,---Wednesday, March 2S, ItU IB

Alliance For Progress Self-Help. Plan Showing Results In Bolivia IWAWNOTON

U (AP-Bolivla The roles of self-help and re- ment for receipt of U. S. aH However he cave figures Indicating serves,worth I minus$1 millionat velopment loans repayable In tin prices, the government-own beef, rice and sugar (once Im
lea's making better one of latin Amer- firm-linked to U.S. aid under has been steadfastly Instated on I that the mountainous the start of 1963, have dollars ed tin mines are at last showinga ported) and bananas that a
economic showings the Alliance for Progress program and "the strategy I.'paylnl off landlocked South American climbed to plus $9 million. -With a big boost for soaring profit. Production methods clandestine exports of these
reason Is adherence to for hemisphere advancement -the Alliance for Progress in country, once considered an eco-I Stop-Gap Aid Decreased have been Improved, output ls items to her neighbors goes on
the aims of
Alliance forProgress -were an important topicin Bolivia is one of the most sue- nomic Incurable by many ", climbing and no future deficitfinancing along the border "An Informal
-U.S. funds tot keep- ,
a U.S. aid gift just PHOENIX,
Ariz. Phoenix U
official said the Washington talks attendedby ceuful.xample.." officials, is fast achieving better! for the mines Is fore start on the common market"'
afloat which
today. Ing the economy ,the sunniest United States
the U.s. ambassadors Ferfer did not set I date when economic health than a numberof ,' city. seen.Alliance Ferfer laughingly termed k.SOMM .
Alexander Feifer, chief of the aid chiefs stationed throughout Bolivia might become completely Its Latin American sisters;totaled $12 million In 1961 It has sunshine 86 percent of th efforts have also
U.S. aid mission to Bolivia, expressed the Americas. self He said in an Interview today: dropped to M million in 1963 and possible time. Honolulu II the, helped put the government-
supporting. U.S. economic CHRISTIANS
this opinion at the con Bolivia's economy last year a* estimated $3.( million this warmest city, with an average I owned petroleum company and
clusion of the week-long review Bolivia Good ExampleAs assistance spurted to $90 grew an estimated I to $ per year For 1965 there will be a temperature of 78 degrees. Mo-airline in the black.AJrlculture I TOKYO-Japan,'with I pop
of Latin American affairs con far at Bolivia Is concerned million this year from a J9M-40 further sharp decrease as U.S. bile Is the ralnlel- 8 Inches i I is expanding ulatlon of 95,000.000. hat only
ducted by the high officials here. Ferfer said the self-help require average of $24 million. I cent.Bolivia's central bank re aid continues to switch to de year fast. Bolivia now has so much about 800,000 Christians.



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Small Convenient 49 We Give

10 to 13 lb. AVI.

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POUND Save 10c per Ib. STAMPS

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SEABREEZE Grade "A" Florida W-D IXANO U.J. CHOICE b Convenient I Chub Pelts

I Large BonelessRoast; I GroundBeef

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.: 2 Doz. Bge lb. 39cSave


Sweet or Buttermilk CannedBiscuits SkinlessWieners

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.1 8 Can oz. Be; Sound Per Save Per lOc 4ge Gallon Half 29C,

Each Pound

W-D BRAND Quick Frozen Govt (Insp. Govt Grade 'A' BROAD BREASTED Beltsville

4 SMALL to 8

TUREYS lb.Save lb.Avg.lOc lb. 39

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II. 69' Cheese .. c., 29' We
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Duncan Hines Assorted Layer

CakeMx..31. j I .

Th. All-Purpose Corn OilM'Gzola

0.-1 48-os.bot. 69C Exciuice Ollerl

Delicious Ocean Spray Cranberry

4 Cocktail . 3: 49C o for Easter eat in' oZ i\
Osage Brand Tasty Freestone j" "y Dot. Mew.llu
t.- Pineapple Juice 3 o mss' O7.*
PeachesRefreshing e25c
e e SwMl Tro.rr.n/ SHctJPineapple
I Busch Bavarian (Reg) c n 29*

Beer . . p tiX 99C'
. .
All Grinds, Maxwell House (LImit 1 per customer with purchases of $S or more)
Cmii Clonf Who l. Kornol l
Coffee 2.1&. $118 Golden Corn . 4 #303 59c Offer IntuiK'from
e e e can oam t[ "L.nW 0 Ukn .
Gordon's / Croon Giant Croon ....... luittrtiibPlcnrtr ',
10'/-" A Flow.n
C Cut Asparagus . con 25'" < Only' kulttretrton SI.M .
Potato Chips..S3; 1,,_', ,lIelou. L Clam Chowder . 15;0nf' 29cCaok lairy .specials
Kraft'i Philadelphia Brand
hi Aluminum
Alcoa Wrap . 25 1 Z' 29cVrV. Cream Cheese r. .. ctn.8-ot. 33
Ceekl TraaLemon Pillfbury'i TattyCrescent
Thins . 10&" 39* Rolls ..... .. 8.r 29*
s SYn.kle', '.",ou. ,- ..'"* Tatty, Smooth-Spreading Morgorln.HiHo .
1A1 k Crackers .' : Ik;gf' 29Q Swift's Allsweet.... T; 27*
Mil Wisconsin Longhorn Style
Cheddar Cheese.. .. X1::. 49*
BRACH Kraft'i Assorted Whipped '
r1ullh11X. Cream Cheese t....... : otlPs.. 29
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Wednesday. March H, IHI : Hubbies May,

Serve Have To DoHousework Cooking

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AsparagusFresh a servant problem Is loom- ,

Ing In Egypt's distant future
with the unthinkable prospectthat
asparagus and new potatoes heretofore pampered ; p
either red or white, are maleS might have to do the
delectable signs of iprlng. dishes.To GOOD DINNER 1 large clove garlic crushed
). 1 .b' er 2 chili sauceI
Rushed to aU peril of the be honest the problem Is F Delightful way to vary snap salt and
country by jet transport they far away but still& Its prob- beans and easy) teaspoon
are the perfect vegetable for able effects. on Moslem Egyptare 1 Yr 14 teaspoon pepper
the spring dinner. being studied by the Social Broiled Lamb Chops Potatoes Mix together thofoughly
the Pack into a
Affairs Ministry.The Snap Beans with Celery
LEMON-BUTTER SAUCE 1 Stewed Tomatoes Bread Tray loaf pan (8 by 4 by 3 Inches)
(Approximately I Servings) Idea of hubby going Beverage that has been rinsed with cold
into the kitchen to help out
loosen side turn out
2 pounds fresh asparagus water; ; /
Vi-lnch boiling water was forwarded recently by theMinistry's Itg"C r SNAP BEANS WITH CELERY Into a baking pal (11 by 7 by
i director
I teaspoon laltLemonButter I Mustafa MeslemanyMusi planning {), 1 pound snap beans, tipped \Vi Inches). Bake In.4 moderate
Sauce and cut In 1-Inch slanted (350 degrees),* oveB 1 hour
Wash asparagus, cut or brea I Adapt lengths Pour ,off any fat and liquid;

off each stalk a. far down aI "Husband and wife must t 1 cup celery crescentsI after 16 minutes, turn out; cool;

it snaps easily. Remove scale I adapt to new conditions In our cup boiling water chill. Slice thin.I .
with a knife and wash again ) 1 salt SUNDAY DINNER
cooperative, socialistic teaspoon I
Place stalks in 2 layers In a s i community," he told V4 teaspoon sugar Nice first course for this time

or 10-Inch skillet or saucepan newsmen. "I, for Instance, 2 tablespoons butter of
'Sprinkle with salt and pour Ir I see no disgrace In helping my 1/1C teaspoon nutmeg year.Fruit Cup France
/.Inch boiling water. wife at home, though she does fl" a Boll the snap beans, celery Stuffed Veal Breast Potatoes
Cook, uncovered 8 minutes I not have a job. I buy the boiling water, salt and sugar in Spinach Bread Tray
and continue cooking 12 to 15 I groceries twice a week. It Is a covered saucepan until the Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce
minutes or only until stalks are no shame to go into the) kit ) beans and celery are tender- FRUIT CUP FRANCES

crisptender.Serve chen and help her prepare crisp 10 minute or longer. 2 grapefruit
at once with Lemon meals." s Drain. In the clean saucepan 1 large orange
Butter Sauce
or Hollandaise about because melt the butter and nutmeg; 1
All this came large ripe pear
Sauce. with fresh lemon
of a recommendation to the add the drained bean and mix 1 can (8'/4 ounces) sliced
slices if desired, and serve with
b I II.I reheating.
buttered ministry that servant be thoroughly w pineapple
new potatoes.LEMONBUTTER
guaranteed the minimum industrial Make ( servings. Par grapefruit and orange

SAUCE wage, which Is about 4 r LENTEN MENU so no white membrane remains;
Melt /i stick (!4 cup) butter four dollars monthly. Here's a quick, psntry-shelf cut away sections and leave

or margarine. Add 1 table. Wags WoesIf project for the breadbaker. them whole. Pare pear, core
spoon fresh lemon juice. Mix Hardy Vegetable Soup Halve
and slice lengthwise.
well and cooked minimum ----- -- --
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pour a "age Cottage Cheese and pineapple slices. Mix grapefruit
fresh asparagus. enforced maids would be TRADITIONAL honey cookies and coffee are served at Later it was Introduced by Moravians who settled In Pennsylvania Pineapple Salad a nil oran g a sections (without
SAVORY NEW POTATOES priced out of the market In a I the Easter Moravian Church to symbolize community understanding and North Carolina. Emma Law's; Peasant Bread juice) with pear and pineappleand
12 medium-sized (11!% Ibs.) new country where the starting The love least originated in 1727 in Upper Lusatls. Beverage pineapple syrup Makes 6
potatoes civil service salary for a colege -
3 I cups chicken or beef stock graduate Is only 30 dollars EMMA servings

Vi per teaspoon ground black pep potato a being month.juggled That is by the Mesle-hot I love Cakes Take Part In Moravian Easter I J'/J cup warm BREAD water

Salt to taste many, who has agreed "in 3 packages active tail dry yeast Bean Recipe

Wash and scrape potatoes principle" to the minimum At Easter, the fragrance of who settled In Pennsylvania before IIrvln,. Then, while! / teaspoon cinnamon I 2 tablespoon

and place in a' saucepan with wage. coffee and honey cookies pervades and North Carolina. the choir lings, coffee and 14! teaspoon nutmeg 2/3 1/3 cup non-fat sugar dry milk, solids Calls ForChocolate
stock or use 2 bouillon cubes With an overwhelming surplus "love cake*" are passed to \'i teaspoon powdered cloves cup
beautiful Moravian Traditional honey cookiesare salad oil
and 2 cups boiling water. Cover, of household help and the congregation, uniting al) 1 tablespoon grated lemon 1/3 cup
bring to boiling point and cook unskilled labor, It is unlikely Church service This Is the prepared by the women, in family fellowship. peel 2-pound bag flour over

25 minutes or until tender. that any minimum wage can love feast, symbolizing community mugs of coffee by the men. MORAVIAN LOVE CAKES 1 cup chopped blanched almonds Pour a large warm bowl water, at least yeastIn four

Drain. Serve with fresh parsley be enforced In the forseeable understanding, originated The coffee for this ceremonyis stir until Down
quart capacity; yeast Mexico-Way, surprising
butter. fUture. But the day might In 1727 in Upper Lu- made with special care and % cup sugar % cup chopped candied mixed I. dissolved. Add salt, sugar things are done with dried beans
FRESH PARSLEY BUTTER come, lamented husband and satia when a small band of the men who brew It consider % cup honey fruit and peels and dry milk powder; stir until -the addition of a tablespoonof
Melt 2 tablespoons butter or father Mohamed Hemeilla, Moravian met to iron out any their task an Important one. 2'eggs Powdered Sugar Icing dissolved. Add salad oil. Gradually grated unsweetened chocolate -

margarine. Add 1 tablespoon "when we will get Into the community misunderstand Only the best coffee will do, 3'/J cups sifted -all. purpose Mix sugar, honey and eggs beat in all flour until bat for Instance, to a pot of
chopped fresh parsley and Vt lichen whether we,like it or ings. Later, the love feast was and it Is carefully sweetened flour thoroughly. Mix and sift flour ter is smooth. Cover bowl simmering red beans. Unbelievable

teaspoon ground black pepper. not." Introduced here by Moravian with sugar syrup and creamed 1 teaspoon baking powder baking powder and spices. loosely and place In a warm this alliance with the robust
Add to honey mixture. Stir In let rise of chill
place free from drafts; seasonings powder,
lemon peel, almonds and until doubled in bulk. Beat well herbs, and the like, but unbelievably -
fruits. Roll out /4" thick on oiled round P.S. You won'tIIuIow
UBLIX 'OO'h ATION PUBLIX lOOIh STORE CELEBRATION PUBLIX IOS desired. and divide Into five good
floured board. Cut as utility pans, each 8 by 2 Inches it's there a* far as chocolate -
Place >/4" apart on greased Let rise again until dough almost flavor goes.
: ( I \ baking sheets. reaches tops of pans Serve this whole-meal d'sh' r
Bake, 400 degrees, about 12 Bake In a moderate (375 de- so good made with colorful red
minutes, until golden brown. loaves are beans with corn chip or
easawwatee .reel) oven until B
'L While warm, brush with Pow golden brown and shrink slightly -I squares of corn bread, and a

'. dered Sugar Icing. Makes 2 from pans, 40 to 45 minutes salad of greens, thin-sliced oranges ata
\ to 4 dozen, depending on size Turn out of pans and cool onrack. i sweet onion rings, and )
s Cookie has firm
, IN Ce.M.d taaea tan texture .. wedge of avocado. Or let the
**Dot*OVM W/Covor- tans v.k.. good for "dunking. GOOD LUNCH beans be an extender-partner M tosi
(1141 VobO POWDERED SUGAR ICING Leftovers can.be used In this barbecued meat

Blend M cup confectioners salad to good advantage. RED BEANS: MEXICO-WAY
FREE (powdered) sugar 1 egg white Chicken Vegetable Salad 1 pound (2 and H cups) dried
and /4 teaspoon lemon Juice. Hot Biscuits red bean

r Beat with electric or rotary Fruit and Cheese Beverage I cup cold water
'lGJf"'I beater for 5 minutes.Homemade. CHICKEN VEGETABLE 1 cup coarsely chopped onion

I' .. SALAD t/z cup coarsely-chopped green i
YOUR CMOICK OF A ONt WITH BACH 211I M. c.-.I S- tan and pepper m
w 2 cups each torn spinach
$100 WORTH OP AfUBUK GOLD seS vats. Jams mixed salad greens 1 fat clove garlic crushed or
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CASH MCOISTKR TAPIS. .". v.... Easy With 1 cup diced cooked chicken minced
l'/i cup diced cooked 1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce

.. New Method broccoli 2 teaspoons salt a
carrot 2 to 3 teaspoons chill powder
14 cup coarsely grated
i .. t.wwd: Iry tan French dressing /i teaspoon crushed dried rosemary -
.1Mh. Like strawberries? Loathe
," / their short season? Then look Gently mix together the chicken spin-1 1 teaspoon or oregano monosodium glutamate I'r
at today' recipe for StrawberryJam ach, mixed salad greens

ThoM. am Otnulno W...-._ for it offers, you a quick broccoli and carrot.and Toss add S drops liquid hot pepper sauce
ALCOA( ) aluminum (..kln| new way to keep the fresh with French dressing 1 tablespoon grated unsweetened .
/ a ; / .... b' seasoning If necessary. Makes
lilt-will "handles |u r Flavor of strawberries at hand chocolate
e had Ie withstand 400 even for months to come. The fruitIs 4 large servings. Add washed beans to water In
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2'"'II.T Cash.t7e FRIDAY
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a ar / aluminum cooking iitomlla M flavor can't escape in steam. way point over high heat Boil 2
S. e ;r the marks todiy. look far thornn No need to spend time skimming bread gives a fish meal a lift minutes only. Remove from

',, a display. ol your nearby Polk ro or paraffining this Jaml Follow Fish Fillet Mashed Potatoes heat. Add 14 teaspoon soda to
\\ + County Public Markets and bo a these simple steps and Green Peal'IwoCheese often water. Cover Let stand Ii'
e a e son to save yew Cold' Cash...- ft t' store away strawberry flavor Loaf 2 hour. Or, soak beans over.

btorhpot.March for your family now.ITaAWlERRY. Fruit BeverageTWOCHEESE LOAF night in measured amount of InCT

JAM water and soda.

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glasses. tcup grated butter, oil, or meat drippings to PTfr
2 cups prepared fruit (about 1 Romano beans and soaking water. Bring frA
2 teaspoons paprika to boiling point. Reduce heat.
fully ripe strawberries)
th qt. 213 cup (about 3'A ounces) blue fever and simmer 1 hour Then
4 (1% Ibs.) '
rcr& I cups cheese, soft l I
I water add remaining i Ingredients.I Simmer
% cup 1 loaf (IS Inches) French covered, for 1 and th hoursor
t. < d. 1 box fruit pectin I
VIj bread
First, prepare the fruit Thor the until beans are tender
Mix together thoroughly 0
oughly crush 1 layer at a time ,Taste for added chili powder
about 1 quart fully ripe straw- butter, Parmesan cheese, paprika I To serve, turn beans into a
jerries. Measure 2 cu.,a into a and blue cheese. Slice heated serving dish or casserole.
bread into thick diagonal slice Garnish with
large bowl or pan. I top green pepper
Then make the Jam. Measure without cutting through bottomof ring or with little squares of

sugar, add to fruit, mix well,' loaf. Spread cheese mixture Monterey cheeM. Makes (
and let atand. Mix water and In cuts and over top. Wrap In hearty servings of really Good
powdered fruit pectin la a small foil; heat in a moderate (J7J Eating! 51fl

laucepan. Bring to a boil and degrees) oven for about 10 11Im- fls

26 thru Soil 1 minute, stirring constantly. utee.SATURDAY
Stir Into fruit mixture. Con Cow Survives
tinue stirring about 3 minutes. This loaf like the French a
April 1st: ([There will be a few remaining pates, benefit from being cold. C!
r sugar crystal) Ladle! quickly Black Bean Soup with Sherry Foil Into Well

$ 'into ,II"" *. Cover at one with Cold Country Meta aC as
/ tight lid*. When jam I I. set Salad Bowl French Bread CAMBRIDGE. III. (AP>-The

(may take up to 24 hours), storein 'psidedown Cake Beverage Robert Hunter's -year- ld
v; ,4v .i 1Attsal freezer. If Jam will be used COLD COUNTRY MEAT Guernsey cow fell into a 31-foot
SUS Ya''" within 2 or 3 weeks, It may be I 14 pounds ground chuck beef well and survived the rescue by

,..... PIoII K I stored in the refrigerator .4 pound bulk sausage a wrecker that lifted her out by
I 4 cup finely diced cooked ham the neck.
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Blabs s Cr.. s A.ye I STOCKS OF FIBER GLASS legg After a veterinary' tximl- I
AKRON Ohio Reinforced cup milk nation, fears that the cow would
fiber glass la being used Insteadof 1 cup soft bread crumb (2 not curviv were dismissed.
the traditional walnut for thin slices with crusts) Besides being dirty, frightened b

= military rifle stocks. Rifles 2 to 3 tablespoons finely grated and having been In a cramped c
wwr.s with the new-type stocks art onion, pulp and juice petition for four hour, the cow"aa

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hearty thrifty meals, but how K teaspoon pepper bean*. IC

) a.......... weak do you serve them? Always In a 4 medium carrots, cut In half Cook 30 minute* longer, or

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n. .fJ...._ Tumbler offer good until May 13,, green bean little leaving Nt NC
meat cookery expert, recommends a apse around the edge NI
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ref. 'Ji. I all Publix Markets In make t
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and Winter Haven. 2 tablespoons lard or I slowly IH hour Add carrot around rim of casserole. flea \r'

drippings I and continue cooking 30 mln- Four to I servings.2J .

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11atl Refrigerator Jars full of CREAM CHEESE AND mttk, 112-ounoe Jar chunk style
spread for graham crackers PEANUT BUTTER SPREAD peanut butter and 4 cup light
could solve the after school Combine 1 l-ounce package florn syrup In mixing bowl. Beat / ''

snack problem. These are nutritious softened cream cheese, U3 Wf\ with electric mixer or by hand '1<'owtaw .tcw dog w ,...
as well at easy to make until light and fluffy. Refrigerate
d? il IMf ahead and store for self aervlce until ready to use Sandwich
f Rules
PINEAPPLE CHEESE SPREAD Court between graham crackers.
Combine 1 8-ounce package Makes J'/4'\ cups spread.
softened cream cheese with 1 On Right To BANANA PEANUT BUTTER WhitensWhiter
8'L ounce can crushed pine- SPREADIn
apple. Beat with electric mixer Parody SongsNEW
ur by hand until smooth and a mixing bowl combine 1
creamy Stir In V4 cup chopped YORK (AP-The U.S. 11-ounc jar creamy peanut
maraschino cherries. Refrigerate Court of Appeals ruled Monday butter 2 bananas, 1/3 cup milk /
until ready to use. Sandwich that Mad magazine had a rightto and 2 tablespoon confectioners'
filling between graham crack parody the tongs of Irving sugar. Beat with electric
rrrrF ers. Berlin and other long writers mixer or by hand until light and 1
Makes 2 cups spread.CHOCOLATE and that parody was' not an in- fluffy. Refrigerate until readyto 4o
PEANUT fringement of copyright.The use. Sandwich between gra- Saves rubbingRoman
ham cracker
BUTTER SPREAD thre Judge panel declared
the magazine has a rightto Makes 2!% cups spread. t
Melt 1 l-ounce package semisweet -
parody songs because "parody Bleach removes :;
chocolate pieces with 3
e t ti7s tablespoons water In a saucepanover and satire are deserving of Remnants of what appear to perspiration( soil, stains \
low heat. In a mixing bowl substantial freedorrt both a* entertainment be checker-boards and men have from collars and cuffs
combine melted chocolate witht and as a form of been found In Egyptian tombs saves rubbing wear
: ll-ounce Jar chunk style peanut social and literary criticism." which date back to 1600 B.C. aaMasa
butter and 1A cup milk. Mad'i editor At Feldstetn However the archeologlcal remains Roman Bleach also de-
Beat with electric mixer or by hailed the court decision as "a odorizes and disinfects
sg do not provide accurate
band until well blended. Chill.
victory for freedom of expression Vo.-
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Allow to stand at room temperature ." means of Identifying the
about 15 minutes to soften The song publishers remained ancient board game with the smelling and sanitary.
AND CRACKERS: Spreads In refrigerator Jars for graham crackers could solvethe Sandwich between graham mad at Mad and their attorney modem game of checkers because
i after school snack problem. The spreads are made ahead of time and stored In the refrigerator crackers. said he would take the case to there are no surviving descriptions -

for self service. ..... Makes about JV4 cups spread the Supreme Court. of the_rules of play.I _
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Frank furters.Frozen Fries Are Easy II i COOPERS SCHALLER'S SAPP'S

Helping you breeze through at your grocery store. Many range half of the precooked
|cal preparation on hectic days kinds of meats, vegetables, potatoes French fries bottom Of a 1quart %- Market Market Grocery
an ever-Increasing spectrum sauces and so on are casserole. Pour half of the! Super
convenience foods.. _available being designed for minute meals. frankfurter mixture I over
No need to lose that creative French fries. Repeat layers.
\EasterCake outlet cooking offers, either. Bake In a hot oven (400' F.) 930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota
\ Many Ingenious trick can be, 15 to 20 minutes. Four to 6 serv-
applied to convenience foods to i ings.
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This recipe I* for Frank '11'
Fries Casserole, and It utilizes
With Vanilla Easter
3 handy foods frankfurters, Egg '
cheese. soup and frozen French
{Her*'* a very beautiful Easter fries. All will enjoy this pleasing
k. recipe fragrant with the potato and meat combina- Cakes Are
ence of pure vanilla. To
ke the classic vanilla sugar tion.frankfurters rate high as an]
bry a split vanilla bean or two easy-to-fU food.FRANK .
| your sugar Jar for a week or 'N' FRIESCASSEROLE I Real TreatWith
tiger. This Insures the finest
avor, PDCIHCS25C
I VANILLA EASTER CAKE 1 pound frankfurters cut in Easter morning breakfast
(12 Servings) 1-Inch slices or brunch, you will enjoy
I cups sifted cake flour 2 packages (I ounces each) these pungent, egg-shaped, little
|3 teaspoons double-acting frozen French fries coffee cakes. Molasses, cinnamon
'( baking powder 1 can ((11 ounces) condensed nutmeg pecan and
j teaspoon salt cheese soup chewy raisin combine to make'
l cup shortening 4 cup milky them unusually delicious and: .
t cups sugarteaspoons cup chopped onion surprising. A light frosting stud
> pure vanilla Vi cup chopped pimiento I ded with raisins and pecans
extract cup chopped green pepper I give them added Easter morn I
I'large egg whites, unbeaten Place French fries on baking ing appeal. FRESH GOOD STALL-FED STEER BEEF
[H cup milk sheet. Bake in a hot oven (400' RAISIN EASTER COFFEECAKES FLA. GRADE-A
SIR the first 3 Ingredients to- P.) 15 minutes. Combine frankfurters GROUND FULL CUT TENDER 7
ffftther and set aside. Cream i ,cheese soup, milk onion, 1 cup dark seedless raisins I LARGE
shortening with sugar and pure pimiento and green pepper. Ar- I cup pecans
nllla extract until well blended /J cup shortening ROUND SIRLOIN
and Huffy. Beat In egg whites,I M cup sugar
i.tote at a time. i Cause 1 teaspoon cinnamon BEE 1EGGS
I Add the flour mixture alter- V4 teaspom nutmeg
[stately with the milk. Beat bah Crime Upsurge 2 tablespoons light molasses 79
ttj minute. Turn Into 2 well-' 1 egg 79L
reased, lightly floured, round 2 cups sifted flour
inch layer cake pans Being SoughtCHICAGO 2'/i teaspoons baking powder .
Bake In a preheated moderate 1 teaspoon salt
n (375 degrees) 25 minutes (AP-Bank Crimes I % cup milkPowdered 3 CHUCK ALL MEAT
r 1 until done. Cool in pans 10minute. soared to a record 1,548 In 1963 Sugar Frosting K45
.. Turn onto wire racks an Increase of 360 per cent from i Chop raisins and pecans.: 99C ROAST STEW
I to finish cooling. Spread Easter the 450 such Incidents In 1956., Blend together shortening sugar
[Cake Filling between layers. I Commerce Clearing House and spices until light and fluffy.' Ibs. Doz.
Frost top and sides of the cake says study indicates that factors Beat in molasses and egg. Resift -
( with the remaining frosting contributing to the Increase. flour with baking powder I c
EASTER CAKE FILLING were lack of laws protecting and salt Add to sugar mix: 4 91 6 91
2 large egg whites, unbeatenI financial Institutions, lack of ture alternately with milk. Stir I
% cups sugar standard requirements for security In raisin and pecan Spoon I Ib. ---
lteaspoon cream of tartar procedures and the Increase Into 12 greased egg-shaped pans I''
tcup water In suburban and outlying or gelatin molds. Bake In mode-
1teaspoon salt area banks. rate oven (ISO degrees) 25 to 30
2 teaspoons pure vanilla The existence of deposit I Insurance minutes, or Just until cakes test;. FRESH PORKNECK
extract tends to create: laxityIn done. Remove from pan to KRAFT'S FRESHMAYONNAISE WILSON'SIF

3/3 cup mixed glace fruit deposit protection. wire racks. I
1/3 cup blanched almonds, A Congressional report, seeking While still warm, spread tops
chopped I to curb the upswing In bank with Powdered Sugar Frosting
Combine the first 5 IngredientsIn crimes, call for closer federal and decorate with raisins, pecans -
scrutiny of crime prevention and coconut. Serve plainor
the top part of the double B
facilities In considering a bank'sapplication '
with butter. Make 1 dozen
boiler. Place over boiling water
for charter: branchIng -
individual coffee cake
and beat with an electricor I
rotary beater until the mixture or deposit Insurance. Batter may also be baked In, BONES

stands In soft peaks. Add BANANAS [ a greased I%-uart ring mold.I
pure vanilla extract Remove Bake In moderate oven (350 degrees -
from heat and continue beating TEGUCIGALPA Honduras ) 35 to 40 minutes.
until stiff peaks are formed. Boxing of bananas, which began POWDERED SUGAR i FULL
Add glace fruit and almonds to about 1960. has progressed to I FROSTINGMix 12.o1f49c $1
1/3 of the frosting. Mix well and where more than half the total I cup powdered lugar, 1c 3
spread between layers banana marketing in the United with 2 tablespoons hot water to QUART CansShortening
Spread remaining frostingover States and Canada are now make glaze consistency. Tint .
the top snj sides. In boxes i!with pastel colors a* desired. I It

t Latest Way, To Oven Fry- Chicken II, GOLDEN YELLOW--

Barbecue sauce Is here to Then about an hour before bowl; pour any remaining sauce ARMOUR'S EY'S
stay In the kitchen a* well a* dinner ft'* drizzled with melted over chicken. BANANASORFLORIDA
at the outdoor grill Cook keep butter or margarine and put In Refrigerate and marinate for ARMIX
finding many way to use this the oven All the hostess has to 2 hour or longer. Die piece In CRYSTALS
concoction.One do 1st to turn the chicken once cracker crumbs.
savory midway through the baking. Place la a single layer In awellgreased

chicken of In these the Sauce I* to, coat marinate with EASY OVEN CHICKEN: pan. Let stand hallow 30 minute baking Spoon I \\ 31b 29c SUGAR

crumb and then bake.This I* a 2 broller fryers (2% pound melted butter evenly over 1
nice main course for an Informal each) cut in serving-size piece II _
gathering because the chicken pieces Bake uncovered In a moderate I 3 LB. CAN
can be marinated and crumbed 4 cup bottled barbecue sauce (350 degrees) oven for 1 houror FRESH GREEN
ahead and refrigerated.Withholding 1 tablespoon WorcestershireSauce
-__ Until tender. Make ( to 8

Tax ! teaspoon onion salt CABBAGEs.
Old -2 cup fine cracker crumbs
21 Years I J4 cup butter or margarine Runaway Freight I .

CHICAGO (APy-lf the 2lst. melted I C
birthday for the deduction of Income Wash chicken and dry on paper Cars Chased 5 pound 5-lb. LIMIT WITH 5.00 OK
from checks. toweling.I Stir together the MORE PURCHASES
tax pay
It began In 1943. A 5 per cent"Victory" barbecue sauce, Worcestershire For 16 Miles
sauce, celery salt and onion
tat was Imposed to I
off excess purchasing salt. Dip piece of chicken lathe POMEROY, Wash (AP) AI,
help siphon
mixture: stack piece ins string of 17 freight can broke
power produced by em- 1 GA. HICKORY SLABBACON
ployment during the initial 1 loose from a Union Pacific

stages of the war. Heart Restarted switch engine In this small,
southeast Washington community ]
The withholding rate was
Monday night, sparking a )Smile -
in mid- :
boosted to 20 per cent regularly Alter 90 Minutes chase by railroad workers''
1943, and employer and law enforcement
deducted the tax from pay
I Washington State Police said I95
checks. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Memorial the
reduced In 1945 I empty cars reached speeds:
The rate was
Hospital official said a of 60 to 60 miles per hour before
to IS per cent.boosted Take-home In I94S when pay patient whose heart was restarted -, Pomeroy depot agent Bill'
was again
last week by electric McCrea managed to halt them
rate was re- .
the withholding shock after 90 minutes of stillness at Starbuck, Wash. I
cent. It was
duced to 15 per
was making progress McCrea chased the
IS ;
boosted In 1950 to per
then set at 20 per cent to run recovery. .car ,In his auto, passed them,
to 1954 when It was leveled at The 47-year-old patient remained stopped his ear, then Jumped NOT SLICED \
on the critical list but aboard after the train slowed to:
18 cent.
per 14 cent raterepresents his doctor Mid his heart beat about 20 milts an hour He
Now the new per
; the first reduction In 1 was normal and he wa doing a* stopped It by setting hand RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
I withholding tax in 10 :years. I II II well a* could be expected. i brakes on the cars j



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UKEWNB LEDGER Senate Investigators Probe Deal

That Cost Liston Over $100.000By

W. B. RAGSDALE JR. The stock in Inter-Continenta I 11Liston already had another manager Sen. Philip Hart, D-Mlch. seeks fight that Jack Nilon was receiving -I At the time Cherry said he
Associated Press Sports Writer Promotions Inc., brought other;o to determine whether federal 50 por cent of Llston's knew of no consideration Liston
WASHINGTON (AP-Senate IJ100.000 in dividends from LIs- Nilon and his brother, Bob regulation is needed for professional purse as a fighter. received for handing over the

Wednesday, March 25, 1961 2) Investigators turn today to Son- ton's title fight last month will I were scheduled to testify as the boxing. He said Liston already was stock, although he heard laterit
Casslus Clay and may be mon! Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Another phase of the hearing paying 10 per cent to his man went to Margolis for bringing
ny iston's financial adviser for valuable in the future. subcommittee resumed hearings is aimed at whether.
learning ager of record George Katz. Liston to the Nilons and settingup
an explanation of why the former -' The adviser, Jack Niton ate 0 on circumstances surrounding Uston's underworld ties, revealed a deal to give Liston part of
heavyweight champion Is expected to be asked abou Clay's| Feb. 25 victory over Lis In previous sessions have Signed Away the promotion profits
signed away promotion profits his contract with Liston whlcl h ton on controversial technical been severed. Cherry said last December I
from his fights and apparently gave him the manager's SO pel r knockout Garlane D. Cherry a Chester Liston signed away 275 of his 500 SlM.OOO Deal

odgers got nothing return._cent share of the purse whit e The subcommittee headed. bySHUTTING Pa., attorney told the subcommittee shares of stock In InterContinental He estimated that the stock
apparently without getting -
Tuesday how Inter-Con Liston signed over brought In
anything In return to Sam
tinental was organized to promote $100,000 In profits from the LIs-
Margolis.He .
Llston's championship ton-Clay fight and would bring
fights and give Liston a share of Identified Margolis a, I in even more from Clay's next
the promotional profits. Philadelphia vending machine fight.
I ere Tomorrow operator who had
I "helped LlI-
M Per Cent Under a secret agreement,
ton when he was down" and the
Cherry, secretary of the firm man who brought Liston to the signed at the same time as the
a controlled by Bob Nllon and his Nilons to Liston Clay fight contract
All InterContinental
of the organize
Tigers runs came on homers yesterday other brother, Jim said Liston Cherry said Inter Continentalhas
Pompano Beach but that'l all there were .s the Washington was given 50 per cent of thefirm's Later the right to select Clay's
fenators chalked up a M win over the Bengali. '-w ln stock. He Insisted that no 50 of his Margolis shares to signed Salvatore over first opponent as champion and

I The 1 Ctrott'i second in a row and left the Tigers other fighter ever before had Avena, a Philadelphia Attorneywho to promote the fight with Clay
ith a 4-7 record for spring. Six of their" next seven exhibition been given a share of these prof- had figured in the formation accepting 30 per cent Instead of
ames will be at Henley Field beginning Ylp4 the customary 40 per cent for a
with today's contest of Inter-Continental, Cherry -
lth the Houston Colts 45s. said that Jack Nilon said champion.

|Tomorrow it 1:30 p.m. the became Llston's business adviser Cherry said he checked with Gay received $50,000 for this

o s Angeles Dodgers will make on homers by John Kennedy and the fighter relied heavilyon Jack Nilon to see if the transferto promotion right Cherry said
Jielr only Lakeland appearance and Ed Brlnkman. Nilon'l advice. Cherry said Margolis was legitimate and but admitted that InterContinental
frith Don Drysdale hurling for1m Washington collected ten hits i It was his Impression that Liston went ahead when bolos okayed wouldn't have permitted
Dodgers and Phil Relanr off four Tiger hurlers. had almost no understanding of] Liston to sign for the fight if

Detroit. 'Gallagher opened for Detroit Doug, business matters. it.He said he didn't call Liston'Clay hadn't agreed to it.

| Friday will be an open dated his first pitching effort of the Cherry said two weeks ago he because the fighter didn't un He said Liston was not a party
Saturday the Tigers will spring, and the Senators pickedup was surprised to learn during derstand financial matters and to the agreement and was unaware .
In Sarasota to play the Chi- a pair of runs off him. They talks with the Internal Revenue,to call him would have been a of It, even though he had
go White Sox. They return got six off Larry Foster and Service about profits from the;waste of time. I signed it.
'' 4t>>> Lakeland Sunday to meet the final run off Bill Faul in the
,the White Sox. Monday the eighth. .
:J Reds wUl be here ..>
; Tuesday: Bennle Daniel was touched
fie Milwaukee Braves; and on for the three homers. Steve
Wednesday the American Rldzlk and Ed Roebuck blanked
league Champion New York Detroit after that.

ankees.Al Kallne lake Wood and niton Dln Ik e *I lLunw TIt: "I&t WAI"INOItN"::;.:: & &

Mike Rearke furnished therigers e. Iron M 4 .rfnh'. .. 4 I S a
1ffiimmfor [ ]]
with all of their runs. I p N.IM,. : i 1: & ::: HitN a &

Two of the Senator runs came I ou.W.u.r I t :':k.wrM ern tea as a : I THI DOOR ON A DODGER-Dove C.mllll, LM Answer Dad..r. cctchtr, (I. togged
: ::: : : L-T.. a1 Ins out third t.. ..
k* Htmptad to steal l In Ighrii Inning of gom* yesterday with the Chi....

[Debut Slated 'SiBri'*4.. t S.unnru K....",u'p. Ik. 4 a .I .i Whit SM In S......*. Whit Sol third bwmA Charlie Smith n..k<. the putout *r>.. taking'

Olla It..r.. ..h.r(41. I .a D..n..'l, fk 0. throw from his .. cber Cemll Crr .... The world chimpion Dodger. test 41. Th. D*.lgn will
HCM-IM rf a S .,.*idnk V.I In"* .| .* k. In L........ tmnw I* "'... the Detroit. Tigers It Henley HM. (AP WIr.phote).
Js_ eTaal.
For Four Grid
.'. IC e r, Toto" as >> MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPNicholson's a
i--:.e.:Sm' wen "Cm snl&. ..... '
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cut for OWtal ,in .....
On .-.-_ out 'or ....... In ... t
earns Oarsl lee ate --.a r a
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(NEW YORK (AP) Nine col- U_ .5'.i.pl'"r' and T.-.wo*r wn. ..!-n..
V |ege football teams will appear N"' w. Hunt, .1.....,.rlnkm.n,. Hmton,
aorw.nly.' .. W..., nMrM..
4* a n television twice each, whilet LOo.t.ot.,......... H'._W..lnl. all-O,......j H..tB__. and a o
others will be seen for the NmL, HIt-...nk.n.n........ We. ....*.. KMI.tlr 'Wins For White SoxBy
time during the 1964 season riTCMINO l t '
le schedule calls for tele- T r ? lit .. .?
(:u S
1 13 5' f MURRAY CHASS the Los 1 hasn't "
games on Saturdays Du.W agreed to terms comfortblessed.SUMMER
jjfffhd Thanksgiving. The 1964 sea- s.'..', CWI 1:1 I $ i :[Associated Press Sports Writer day was his Manager Buzzle Bavas. .
I Is the first of two covered in Ud.k : : : : a Six years ago major league four games. "but we are offering him
the National Broadcasting Co.'11 1.w..-.."Drumle/ODl.._1.[scouts check books wide open The hits and I don't think we will 1 \
113 million contract with the .wnSi. '_... runs and two problem. !
a.mt. 5501. T-a.J4 A-aaae, flocked to Dave Nicholson for any i
i National Collegiate Athletic AsDelation. .I his signature. Last season his average exhibition action. th '"New
American spring Mete nipped the New York I
League pitchers
4\ Single games will be seen na. Grapefruit'' LeagueI mouths watering, scurried to the higher than 1-0 on Frank Thomas' .'. .
tlonally on eight of the Saturda!I [ The AwaLtM ..... [mound for his_next strikeout mark. single. Bob Gibson ; .
and Thanksgiving. Four Barn I W.oIIl.-.HIt':..,. ''tI His Signature, was expensive Even more pitch St. Louis to a l-3 t: '
each will be shown regionally on I :.,. =.lfr ri.1.0t.ne, .. a. 'and only one scout got it, but sition over Kansas City. :
the other five Saturdays. c.,_ /A) .. L.. A._ (NI a.y.j his strikeouts came cheaply and clining Francisco edged Cleve- eft. ,

Opens Schedule : ;\ at, ;. ,- i'AI' I just about every pitcher who, pearances 8-8 with the aid of Orlando j 1 ....'
Scheduled for two appearances, ...._",...1_so a 6. c_... (,. I..,faced him got them. For he fanned five '. three-run homer In the

the most allowed, are Pittsburgh aw.nl A.M.L.A.a4 wrlhw/' v.. rM.ts. c.._.....'fanned a record 175 times or every 62 Rookie Rich Allen clubbed
UCLA, Navy Minnesota Syra- +t 'nuntlalA CODOa a v5. DITROIT AT,once every 21 times at bat. home runs In Philadelphia's '

cuse, Southern California AirI LA.'ULA".11.-D.. a.. .''nn_ I The 1964 season may not be Despite his against Cincinnati. "' 1 iI
Force Michigan and Michigan Ch__w..... loa ... .It._OH.Me.c,... any different for the Chicago ball more made four errors,
I State. The UCLA-Pitt game will traters.N" ......_I .... MW Meta .t *t White Sox' 24-year-old strikeout son la likely helped Milwaukee to a 3-1 I-
open the schedule Sept. 12. ...pd5.u..a v. W'n.' ",. 51 wn-- artist but at least he's startingoff cago's Washington won Its The famous suit conceived and brilliantly
Colorado State Iowa State, noCrnenn.q-.... the spring in an uncharacteristic White Sox straight game 8.3 over De- executed by Schwobilt the .
V5 "IWMW as answer to Southern
5a W rt
Mississippi State and Texas ".'" ....... $750,000 I Camilo Pascual permitted
Tech will be seen for the first ...-e. .iwi v5. MillxMMili* Clwv.HniMM His eighth-Inning manner. two-run trip- $4,28571 a one hit In five Innings as I lemperalursi from March to October! Ir's

time on television. The NCAA (IN). M. o Uh iu CIV, M CMMChlMfC le that powered the White Sox "Nicholson I downed Houston 60 our lightweight blend of 55% Dacron polyester

stipulates that four new teams L* Annl..?m..(cl V*.mi..-n"T. to a 4-1 exhibition victory over potential of drsft."H.canceled the game between and 45% worsted wool shape-holding
must be included each year. day" said I and the Los Angeles An-
There also must be four teams "He could I wrinkle'iheddmg, and with a trousers create

which haven't appeared in the 't even a summer shower won't fate. Natural'
previous five years. Six teams Slants on SportsDetroit -_ The ; shoulder and conventional
BEATS styles in all colors
come under this category In the meanwhile ,
1964 program Including Auburn l at least for McCOY # and thadet, including the handsome new

Cornell Holy Cross Kansas Roster Dodgers said j iridetcenM

State North Carolina State and outfielder I (AP) Otha Brown jf
Texas Christian.Planters. tiring the only defeat In his
Beach Fla.,
boxing career by win f i.l maker
Vindicates Scouts -to>wearer priced at
Cards an unanimous 10 round de- i

Edge ; ST. LOUIS over Floyd McCoy last Ill only

By JACK SLAYTON of the a 175. pound New
Kathleen 4-3
Ledger Sports Editor
ton's Rose
won a split decision '
The scouting system of the Detroit Tigers has has signed ] Brown last December in

PLANT CITY The Plant been vindicated. A glance at the Tiger roster at the with the St. Square Garden. ,

City High Planters handed the] outset of spring training revealed only two players dinals. 174aof Miami I I
were not Detroit signed and developed obtained He U Rick furious
Kathleen Senior High Red Dev- or a slugging at other
in deals old native of summer mils from 29.95OPEN
[ils of Lakeland their fourth involving Detroit-trained players. In the late rounds cutting
straight road loss 4-3. at the Both players were grabbed in the first-year II the 17th | '. right eye and almost .
Plant City diamond last night. draft ($8,000) by the Tigers. One is rookie hurler come to him out before the bell
Coach T I 1 row Morrlson'i Dennis McLain and the other is catcher John Bur. have signed 10th.
Southwest I rows. Burrows has lected In the cut both Brown's .
been eyesNOW
Planters defending already assigner to Tiger ITt MON. & FRI.o
Conference champions. I town while McLain be .
Florida can a Tiger-trained ( NoeSMg do.e
(,Improved their record to 4-1 I player since he spent all last summer in Detroit's 1 rlr w e eS a pay. 0 TILL 9
and remained In a first place minor league system after being snagged from the

deadlock: with the Lake Wales Chicago White Sox last April. He will probably go
ftgh Highlanders. 11 Alterations Fre.
back to the minors again this summer for more sea

The arlle Red Lyle Devil are 2-4 of for Coach the soning and Burrows will need additional years in the .ls.., -

minors before making the majors. Both were recommended
I season and 2-3 In the SWC. All
|four losses have been on the came along.by Tiger scouts when the first-year draft Summer Sport Coats

-toad. See
our Mil
hurlers Jerry And the Detroit system also got clobbered by the first-
Plant City
rownlee and Gerald Danley year draft with four players being selected last fall and several spring & summer Feet lightheorted in the casual good 'looks of

nbined to stop Kathleen on more a year before. Except for those two rookies the t 'Prt shirts 11.alto these tathr-wightsl' Blinds of Dacron with
s wool or cotton, tome of them wath V
winners collect Tiger farm system and scouting take credit r A' wear.
roe hits. The system can for rl 1A drrre.hirts, Beautiful shades and
._ nine safeties off the offer developing the Tigers of 'M, those came up through the system blazer patterns in regular and
lie*, tocfcs: twit styles Seersuckers included.
rigs of Kathleen right handerj and those who were secured because Tiger-trained
Sary Sawyer. players were used in deals for their services. .; and other accti-

i Kathleen had taken the lead On the Tigers now and strictly all-Detroit for their lories and furn- 19tSUMMER 2895
3-2 with a two-run sixth Inn- baseball careers are: r

tog only to see Plant the bottom City add of Pitcher Pete Craig, Bob Dusts Dick Egan, Bill Foul, hhingi. \ L SLACKS FROM ONLY 6.95A
no marker Fritz Fitter Larry Foster Doug Fred '
and pick the wing Gallagher, Gladding, {' .
e sixth in the last up of the Al Keen Frank Lary, Mickey Lollch, PhO Regan, Wttll
run .
Smith and Joe Sparma : '
enth.MT !
Catchers BUI Freehan and John Sullivan.
= m
ICT' v
.__ ..;.:-1 .-a--4... ..... Infielders Dick McAuIlffe, Ray Oylw, George Smith, Don .
ii. ...* nwrru.issies Wert and Jake Wood. GREAT NAME IN CLOTHING

Outfielders Gates Brown Purnal Goldy, WDlle Horton,
Schedule Al KalliM and Mickey: Stanley.

Pitchers Dave Wlckersham and Ed Rakow came along with
nday second baseman Jerry Lumpe from Kansas City In the deal

McDonald's Lassies wo- that sent Rocky Colavlto to the A's. Colavito came to the
n't? Softball team will prac- Tigers In the deal that sent Detroit-trained Harvey Kuennto

and play exhibition games the Cleveland Indians In 1960. C L O T N B S AC fRf. INI. Ol r
Sundays at the John Cox Outfielder Don Demeter and pitcher Jack Hamilton were
id diamond No. 1. traded to the Tigers by the Philadelphia Phillies for pitcher

*omen Interested in Joining Jim Sunning a product of the Tiger system, and catcher Gus IT'S UK I THIS-G.il H.nk">y, right, 011...... *f the
team may call 888-1S44. Trlandos who had been acquired the year before In a deal for &........4 TI.*.. In 1643 Ml AI *....teH. Uft, wh. win nunt SUITS TUB SOUTH
targaret Thomas Is the catcher Dick Brown. Brown had come to the Tigers from the .....*..It. Tlg.t tide. nmmtr, *H skit th. .... summonIn ,
n's manager and the coach- Milwaukee for Detroit-trained Frank Boiling ...k.I.... .*4 whit to .M"cf I. the Cln A 'brio S....

ire John Thomas and Leon- Catcher Mike Roarke arrived via a deal Involving Tiger **...*. **...*if w.. .t ThomnvlU, .Pendry Linda BeaU was will m.ng* Dvlvth Miss' In th* ClaM A Nrthm UgiM.LW On The Corner Of Kentucky & Lemon
", team captain. (Continued en Page 21, Cols. 7 d) ( | I

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Hosts AmherstIn Southern Golfers Trip

Lynchburg Cumberland
Two-Game Series
Florid Southern College1 golf Lewis Fore of Lynchbui
team defeated Lynchburg (V*.) saved his team from being shu
College and Cumberland (Ky.) out by carding a 37-39-79.
I College College yesterday In a threeway Florida Southern will me
b"ebaU Moccasins will by to Hardy at third and Frank Ok-] match over the 6MO.yard Rollins again this weekend whl

lIf'brove upon a 3-3 record to- tavec at shortstop.Joining Cleveland Height Golf Course bothe team Join the Unlversn

oily and tomorrow when they Mayer In the outfield Five of Southern's six golfers of Michigan Northwester
boat highly regarded Amherst will be Bob Lee In left, scored between 75 and 77 for Michigan State. Miami and othi,
and either .Joel Ledlow or a balanced attack that beat Florida college In the Mist
College of Amherst Mass, at Doug Prlesler In right. The Lynchburg 252. and Cumber Invitational Tournament tomo

K"\\cy\ : Field. Both contests I bard-hitting Huebner will play land, 180.Junior row through Saturday. The tou
will get under way It 7:30: p.m. right field when he la not pitch Don Richards card nament will be at the Biltmoi
>t Amherst, the FsC nine will
ing. IrAM ed a one-under-par on the Country Club In Coral Gable
Encountering one of the best rSO-LVNCHIUHO
well college te'mtln the country Following the Amherst series second nine for the medalistscore cwMnb.".:" 7''D.IO. a. L i.asill ..
the Macs will continue to pla of 74. Team captain .rwnM.. ,
The J
Bay Staters perennially xk i feud.
Little at home, hosting, Furman Un r. Scudder Craybeal tallied a -. >kMi Gil... .. Lyn C,
Three champions (Amhef bar.. Oi I, I ill sonLrn.nhr.
Williams and varsity on Monday and Tuesdayof M-3S-71 while Dave Crimes ., at I.
t, Trinity) e, 050 N.IMM kmwhfcyrvTfll ft;
of Lakeland, la his first matchof i ..U,
Po tw. lit regular season comPetition next DOr.nM ttC sari > U>nc
and freshmanGraver w.. i, e.(*.r... u.b I ,.... nFM .
fat year an 114 record. the season, _...n, 5j.s..- ti QriytonMwm
Southern with three Matheney carded 7Ss. C, a. StMwSMli LVIH,
straight *""* :
VI1**, one of them an 84 con- I Open Set Dick Dorman finished with a .. .Ioh.....CVMstsLANaa. .. MC .. IrMa e.r,
77 for Southern and Bud Hersey _. .
tM| .t of powerful Florida r CumtorLnrf N .rmno
WILMINGTON NC (AP-A scored an II to give the S, Jim .,.,, ev_....... I
Ststc .H now bitting the ball 0 jiMM> Orrb l nc, w.nFSC
at torrid pace. The Macs field of 150 professionals wa Moccasins three consecutive ,..' S.Cu Don C.ll.ni:n1. Cumk.rl.nd".j' *o.
Pitted up only three hits In completed Monday for the $20. victories after an opening sea Mi M4l .r HIM. ,VftO, a C.m.r.i
Dunn Curb Oi H.rM
M first! 23 Innings of play 000 Azalea Open Golf Tournament son Ions to-Rollins College.- I Cyao.wCelanwl'* .Ci .,' .I."''.:...'"
lolling three straight contests r-
when 88 of 139 hopefuls
to LIOrida| and Florida Slate.
outfielder Fred Mayer of Wes made it In nonexempt qualify Sports Slant

P im Beach leads Southern's ng.

batmen with a .412 average Sixty-two pros were exempt FSC GOLF MOCS-Horo li the FlorMo Stutkim Colbto .... fi' .f.nl, C.Ii.ia D.. Richards, Senate' lIuH Jr.) lick raw,

while Darrell Fulton FSC's from qualifying.included Those 1955 enterinaMond.y winner ski soil team ghee will campus 'I. *. Uaiv.miry .f Miami ln.UtollMol CMch H.I w....., Mere Metre. M Caned led Hny, D... 1 (Continued from Page 21, Cola. 2-3)
hard-hitting catcher Is hitting t aIt seemly .t Coal Gahlot, this wash Tk* Mci left arises eat Dick De"" ... ,
J3JCo Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex.. .. rlfht fiml newt TM llMnkori, Graver MiriMuft St.it.t minor league clubs. He was swapped by Louisville to Denver
cl Hal Smeluly Is expected Bill Collins of Myersdale, Pa, (then a Tiger farm) for Tiger-trained pitcher Don Lee Pitcher
to start flreballer Ken Joe Campbell of Anderson Ind. to Detroit from Cleveland for
came catcher
Hank Aguirre \
HUe>ner on the mound tonight :and Dean Refram.Kathleen Chiefs J. W. Porter and pitcher Hal Woodeshlctc who had hurled in

and name either Cecil Hock or Philadelphia Upsets RoyalsBy NipLakeland the Tiger farm chain. Porter was traded to Detroit In a
Ken Murphy\ for tomorrow'sIctiOll. "
"I League I deal Involving Virgil Trucks In 52.

Routing! out the Moc Infield Holds Tryouts
will t* Jim Hardee at first base RALPH BERNSTEIN final NBA playoffs a best-of. ti tonight for the third game with Bolling Used In Bruton Trade
KAmLEENneK.thlHil Associated Press Sport Writer ,five-game set In Cincinnati the fourth scheduled for Philadelphla .

Boys Baseball League U2) Home i* still sweet In the National and the Royal won by 25 point. Saturday night and the Pitcher Terry Fox and outfielder Bill Bruton were tradedto
MORTGAGE'NA LOANS VA will hold final tryouts Saturday Basketball Association. If I Tuesday night the scene shifted fifth. If necessary, back In Cclnnatl. A pair of double and an in Detroit from Milwaukee for Boiling. Also Included In the
at 2 p.m. at Kathleen you' don't believe It, ask the to Philadelphia and with the field single In the 11th Inning Dick Brown.
FIRST J 0"MORTGAGE fLORIDA CORP. elementary school Boys Philadelphia 76ers or the Cincinnati home court advantage the 78ers 78er Coach Dolph Schay last night paid off for the swap Norm Cash came te the Tigers fat what must be considered
..naRvres is out auelNtet. should have birth certificates Royals. rapped the favored Royals 122- shouted "great defense In the' Chamberlain Chief and a 4-1 la
the most-lopsided
of major league
fII feu t. war I/ands a.akeae A.w and $2 Insurance fee when rrgsterlng Last Sunday, the 76ers and second half did It." He paid Group 4 baseball victory over one swap
n 114.The ., .. be traded the Cleveland
was by
for first time. Royals opened the Eastern ..mi. teams return to Clnclnna. tribute to Hal Greer, the Phil"1 the Lakeland Dreadnaught .t history. U the spring
delohla sharpshooter Henley Field. Indians te the Tigers for infielder Steve Demeter. a product

points In the final quarter turned Monroe Stephens, who starred of the Detroit farm system. Demeter Is stIll m the minors
the tide. for the West SheUand while Cash led the American League ta hitting (In INI.

"They'd been counting this Pony League team for two Bubba Phillips was originally developed by the Tigers

club out all year," said Schaye I seasons twirled the route for traded away and then re-obtained In deal Involving two

'You can't do that They have the Chiefs and held Lakeland Tiger-trained farmhand hurlers. The same situation exists for

WHITEWALLS3 too much hustle." to three single and fannedten. George Thomas who came back 'to Detroit last summer In

Greer Stars He didn't walk a single a deal involving Paul Foytack veteran of the Tigers and their
Creer who scored nine Lakeland hitter. farm system.

straight points to snap the 100-. Junior Ricky Pelck hurled While the '$4 roster b the best yet In se far as the
100 deadlock and send Philadelphia the first eight innings for Lake farm and
products et the Tiger system scouting are concerned
BLACK WALLS on to victory scored 29 .to land and limited the Chiefs to
a glance back ever the past ten year shows the
lead the 76on.Cincinnati .
five hits and an unearned run.
Tigers were able te both develop and use their farm
Coach Jack McMahon He fanned nine and walked two.
players te get key players These players were signed by
felt the game was won Ronnie Baker finished and
up Detroit and played for Detroit before eventually moving
and lost by the referees' whis got tagged for the loss.
tle. He was hot under the collar Lakeland Is M in Group a..y. either In deals or sales Bill Tuttle Jim Small Duke

because his team shot better 4 play and 2.now. overall. Their Mass, Rene Bortola, Bunnlng Bill Hoeft,.Foytack Boiling

than 50 per cent from the field next game will be March 31 at Steve Bores Bob Bruce Dick Marlowe Werner (Babe)

and lost. Jefferson and it will also be a Bluer, Charley Lau Bubba Morton.
The home court theory Group 4 contest Next home Detroit used Tiger farmhands In the deal to get Billy

also will be put to the test In game Is Friday April 3 with Martin and then later swapped Martin to Cleveland for Don

H the Western semifinal playoffs the Winter Haven Blue Devils. Mossl and Ray Narleskl. They used Tiger players and farmhands '

tonight a* St. Louis meet Los Steve Garvey opened the to get Rocky Bridges and Eddie Yost both of whom

Angeles on the West Coast Chief 11th with a double to played several seasons for the Bengals. Those were key

left and Mike Snuggs laced a deals In Detroit's efforts to build their club.

double past Robert Moore In When the scouting system can point to a roster ef 40

Mocs CaptureNet right field to tally Garvey. men and claim n of the 40 players are there became they

Larry Somervllle beat out an were either Tiger trained or acquired for Tiger-trained ballplayers

Infield hit but two strikeouts It cat take a .... And fa the cases of both Burrow
Riverside Meet 81With seemed to have the rally and McLaln the scouts had seen them before and when
But Stephens
4.IQUAII OUAIANUII. stopped. pitcher the ether two clubs (White Sox and Baltimore) tried to slip
safe when his high fly
Lakeland's Larry Hale them by In the draft, they were grabbed by Detroit. By
A.N.N mad k...,41 'ar M. was dropped In the Infield
\ '/ q.ded Adpe ,os Ire.L winning his fifth consecutive and two runners scored. the time they reach the majors to stay, they will have been
rued. M OriPr ...... singles match of the season The Chiefs Jumped out frontIn In the Tiger farm system for several sessons. Se for all

2. AJ""Ms"A.Ws MaMatt. ,_.. without defeat the Florida the first Inning sided by a Intent and purposes the entire roster Is the product of the
: > ". ten NU .! trait "4. Southern College natters notched
Mae N,I..lead.. .MQ .M their second straight victory pair of m I\ r opened by singling off Kenny Scouts can only sign a player In hopes he'U eventually
I. ,NotIoowf4o' _"I..b..dot 8-1. over Cumberland (Ky.) Col.
4. S''I.r,,".. ...,.".04 .."... ege yesterday st the FSC Deal' glove. He stole second, make the majors.He may be switched from one to several
..... Ag.e..d. Ned is ale courts went to third on a wild throw position by the time he does. And he may never play s
Ir.0 550_. Southern was to have hosted and home when the throw from game for the parent club. But If he can be used to get the

Georgia Tech In another mate the outfield bounced past Deal player who can fill a vital position the scout has helped plug
which started at 1:30 p.m. to at third. Chamberlain threatened a key post
In the fifth on a single by back through the pressbooks of the ten
A thumbing past
SAVE 3675 to 4945ItIVIRSIDE day.The Moc swept past Cumberland Danny Longworth but Pochls years of Detroit thoroughly vindicates the Tiger scouts The

three. taking doubles five matches singles while and hit Steve Into Lonegan a double singled play but and Pelck then proof Is In the '64 roster.

losing only one single event. fanned Garvey. .. ..
Hale slammed Richard Blakeof The Dreadnughts tied the
NYLON ST-1O7 TIRES Cumberland, 1.0. for his score In the fifth. Moore open
fifth win.SIMOLIS. ed with a single and Joe Shel- Short Sport Notes "-
...... errsas Elwood DuVal
Ifs sacrificed.
TV" It" WIII1IWAU TUalUIl WNI1Iwa" ..,....1'4-Urrv BUM, _........., ..... nut for ROCKY COLAVrrO Idol of the teenager during his career .
.... ar. sew....'. Cumf l."., hit a twisting grounder a
CUAHANTEEDNATION- Price 'rice / e.le" R.n... I.C. ::t. .: ingle and when Mlcke Vacherlet with the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers but hard
Ioleo> 0. 4 Sal =
AIDE FOR MONTHS Sic = Price Tint SI.. Tr = ,,,: Oral 5..M.Slakw.. P5C.Cu",Ise_...,...oe..W...._ode.... .Rw.L.vnh ..-. it go between hi I I. legs ly the idol of the press corps" has placed another figure! on
Pour Pow Y. Fwr Ves C o.... Iesd. CS. e L wss =: Moon came home and scored his special "hate parade. The new No. 1 candidate (Joe
"'at 1nt .... T,;. Th. Saw Ia IM. de..5.ar S .. -.| OrnlnkmrfMM IsC. Lakeland threatened In the Fall of the Detroit Free Press had the distinction for most
nylon cord protectioncU :.... *:nt .:: CumMrtanDOUILtl CS. sixth but Deal lined out to end of two seasons before a radio announcer usurped Falls' spot)

.p tread for long wearfl a 6.5.1J 40/( n.ooe tJ.n. U.7J 6,00-1) ".00" .2.21' sea male U'..IM. no.. he InningtBSM' is Kansas City owner Charles FInley. One feels Finley-

to 6.50.1) 107.00. .a.21. 3',7' :;sa ww Jit' rfornt .
lath-j newor Lulia, Ise. M MU4 HM Iv*
Uo.u ..,. .. .... ......
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ttr... 4-ply nylon cord; 6.70.15 103.00 11.21 '7.71i.so.u l1f.oo 77.21 41.7' issrassa. viv&saMMiWi Ne.a. (II ..... esos., Commission and American League directors-will feel little
: !:: : ,
about the Colavito's him
concern temperamental blast at
7% deeper tread; 3300 Eto.ls 117.10' '..JI.U 7i1o.U4 127.00" U.U' 437s Suffice to say Rocky got Irked by newspaper accounts of his

toud-bltlng edges assure !! To Play In Dome 12 Schools Enter recent salary discussions with Finley. Colavito claims he

Saf11y 7.60.15 12UO' 12.J.' 43..1 :m:4 135.00' 1t.2I. 4575 HOUSTON (AP)-The Unlveity Citrus Track Meet didn't Insist suggest or demand a $23,000 trade clause be inserted .

of Houston will play Its In his contract "He brought up the figure not me
DOWN is aI3 13'.00' 92.21' ..4.1. ,1tJ.UUUO io /-s 4 111.00. .cus home football game In the $24 Lakeland's Citrus Invitational I Just said I'd Sign if he gave me the same clause I had in
MOUNTING million all-weather Harris. track and field meet my Detroit contract" Colavito declared the original pact

VI I....n".re ....H....,..; milnd.un County domed stadium beginning will feature 12 high schools tomorrow. called for a ,8,500 cut. "I couldn't understand that. First ofall

in 1965.University.officials made tile Including Winter Park.defending when you are traded most clubs give you a token raise

announcement and aid the champion Beside the best Dread- Just to make you feel good. Secondly, I didn't have a bad

; + 100% NYLON home opener la September 1965 naughts" and Whiter Park also year." Colavito said after the trade to Kansas City last fall
d toolball by the Tiger: "I'm glad to go where I an appreciated"
; SAFETY KITS will be the first collegiate competing ks the Clime event
: fame played Indoor will be Winter Harte, St. Lee, Appreciation of Colavito's efforts last summer wa made
.i 333 Tampa King Lake Wale. mighty difficult. The Rock was near the .200 mark for the

a P .0.a WRESTLINGWINTER Kathleen Auburndale Wau- early part of the season. THE 1M4 DIXIE YOUTH

t Wards price Is low for chula Plant City Sarasota BASEBALL SERIES win be held at Columbus Miss, In Au

Cb ro r "1. .' : R I HAVEN Rlvervlew and Fort Meade. gust. A plan now call for games at two field with gamesat
quality-compar.1 Eliminations In both hurdle night. After the list Is pruned, one field would be used.
? ,l Meets all requirements ARMORY 8:30 and dash event and all field RED AUERBACH, Boston Celtic volatile cage coach.

made with powerful event will begin at T p.m. said he would "rather teach than coach. If the salaries had
SATURDAYII with final Ia all track eventsat
webbed nylon and been somewhere near comparable I never would have left
,,. 7:. "11Io The meet will beheld
l t1i G ,4 ,, >; metol-lo-imtol buckle. at the Lakeland Sealer the classroom." Auerbach taught school; before World War
r V7F I High school track and admission II. About all-stars and scoring leaders Auerbach sniffed In

.._ ,' 1 Islt litncter MI r. will be charged. It will disdain: "You give me the championships and you can have
I be the last home track meet the AU Star te.m.." Only John Havlicek finished among
for Lakeland. the top ten NBA scorers for the Celtics.
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Art Runnel. of the

sloe to' cOI1.ider added up the figures Came from and all Fresh the public Water meetings FlaIl Comml.held WOVEN PLASTIC

hunting rube In the First District and
live UI a ,
copy. Some 01 the totals will be
01 interest to hunten.
For example: There I I
were six meetings hi the
dilltrleL A

221.total n.01 781 Bartow people meeting attended.was second The Tampa with 117 meeting and Dade attracted City I ;

was IIIlrd with 130.
The people -7LI7
the meetina' lintel Gut eeeda .howo 95
leg the 1pOI'tI. or kinds of sport, they WIre intereated I. M 1 __
(within hunting and fishing .
) Therefore. sine' many would V

.. T i:':.SAY.1 I "T =: to"w,,,' w.nN s' 5554. aeon 4w.
a.N ...., 5..a .Saes ass T5f. leaf a..l.. ..4 .5_ .75 .:, .,1=
t .1. 555 L4
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fish, deer bunt quail hunt,-etc the-totals would add up to -
more than the number shown attending. But they are ins
Front seat only
teresting' for
they show the percentage of those attending
Interested in various things

Thus, we hive, of the 766 total, 560 fishermen, MJ deer
hunters; 505 turkey hunters; 455 quail hunters 411 dove
hunters. 238 waterfowl hunten
Of the 768 401 hunted with firearms only, M hunted with HO MONEY DOWN

archery equipment only; and 194 hunted both with fun and
bow and arrow

I Cities showing the largest representations at the meeting s .,i.., ''g'S + r + Thai thrifty Riverside covert are perfect

were: Tampa, 143; Bowling Green, 49; Lakeland, 41; Sara. car-brighfnri for worn, toiled leati.

of ante the, 48; Dad City 42; Sebring 39; St Petersburg. 34. Many F _. ,,,,, !!".jp ritW "d They take the rough-and).tumble wear of
other cities in Polk '
or fewer person County were represented by 17 kids? and pett. Th. clear colon go right

Hillsborough County lent the representatives to meet. si1 5 through the mon-madefiber-resist stains

legs with 175; Polk 148; Hardee, M; Highlands. IS; and and fading. Cushioned vinyl skirts and back.
Pasco, II). Eight other counties had smaller number
On the question of opening the general hunting season .*
Nov. 21 (third Saturday in November) the vote was CM foe 5
With only ant against I. 4

Archery Hunt Arto Opposed '
Concerning opening the deer and tart/ season earlier t. 1388SEAT
south of Highway (0 the majority at every meeting; except COVERS
Tampa. voted for an opening with tile rest of the mate Assorted colors
(Nov 2J.) R0.19.956.O7OFF1BOHNEVILU

On the question of whether to do away with th* meson
bag limit on buck deer (the duly bag would remain al one)
the vote was 280 for, 141 against (There I Is no effective seasonal
limit on bucks now sine the commission did away with
the tagging system I)
t As to making tilt Citrus Wiklllf Management Area M
archery only hunt area the von was 204 for Ml spin (W*
opposed this proposal when it was made before the meetings 'f I
were held on the ground the archer could*'t harvwt a. sufficient .
number of deer to control the herd.)
On opening the Citrus Archery Hunt oaj Oct. I' (a* was
the practice before last season) the vote was 173 for, 194

, alainlt.
To close the turkey hunting season with tilt deer season,
the vote wai :JM to 15 in favor
* Concerning a spring gobbler hunt hi the South Florida
Region (our region) the vote was 512 la favor, 41 oppoaed
(Such hunt have been held in north florida for some years.)
To close the qutril and squirrel season on Feb. 2S, the
vote was 120 for and 33 opposed
Th vote on raising the daily bag limit on quail from
the promt 10 to the proposed 12 we close ISO for and 177opposed.

A proposal to open Hillsborough, M....... SanscU, Har4e .
and DeSoto counties to deer hanting wu favored by SAVE 6.07DAYTONASAVE 6.07SIERRA- '
470 to 31. A similar proposal to open FmeBai, Hardee and
DeSoto counties to turkey hunting was also favored, US to tw*. FOR NEW CAR, QUALITY 500" SPORTING FLAIR CLASSIC ELEGANCE
(We'll hive a couple of more itama later.)

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determine a challenger for leg leader, and four other members ore standard
heavyweight champion Camus of the Chicago Block
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project. a spokesmin for tile|n. Associated Press National
New York State Athktic Corn- Hockey League All-Star team
mission .ald today. for th. 1044 season
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die Macnen. Cleveland WU man Pilot, left winger
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or wire that Ken Wharram were the other
tea by telephone
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Patterson will appear at the out the team '
commission meeting Thursday" Miklta, a center led the NHL
h* add d. "Michen I It In Call- In total points with n, two more 1026 E. MEMPRIAL BLVD. PHONE 6835951I
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Toward. Self-Government Woman Has T DOWN THERE HER I ''IhIlf;
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PORT MORESBY New Guinea Next year an election will be Fear Of GermsBy

W-Another British ,colonyii held for a new council comprising tQ

moving toward Independence. 11 official members 2 nominated George W. Crane, Ph.D.,
nonofficial members and
The Solomon Islands, remote ...
8 elected members.
dependency In the South Seas, Sir David said the Solomons CASE S-42I Nora Q., aged vain attempt at
will hold its first election next Is expanding economically copra 22, Is a school teacher If you have
year. Is still the basic Industrybut "But Dr. Crane," her cal column very

Sir David Trench, former the cocoa acreage is In- mother protested "Nora Is can make a .

British high commissioner for creasing fear almost of sick with constant Any MAILMAN MR,RAYl, SAND I PAY
the Southwest Pacific, called at Five or six companies are Interested germs. trist would start SO-/WIS9/ DIANA PAiMCR MONKEY HERO CAVE-! TA CHANCfS I "K3U WEIL.TAKJ>
Port Moresby on his way to his in island timber and tial diagnosis COINS THIS-) / IT RACK ANP
new post as governor of Hong one firm Is prospecting for her hands all of self sex we TO FOOL, DO rmfm1f 3 WHAT KIND 01'6lasenmel MAIL IT
the time. Asa / FOR NOT UJC x ooS!
Kong. nickel. For at least 50 !
Sir David said the 133,000 The Solomon split Into hundreds girls and probably I FRIEND?..
Solomon Islanders once feared of islands and atolls, has fingers are of boys have LETTER-E

as headhunters and cannibals about 1,000 British residents. raw eventhough she eroticism at one I ,

have little political awareness employs mild ther. ,

The present legislative coun- MacArthur Given soaps. But If they
cil sitting In the Solomons capital "She Is also jected to the

of Honiara has 10 nominated obsessed with about
members four whites and six Get-Well Wish worry about sanity venereal

islanders I : having strangers DRCRANE etc., then they J/
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TOKYO (AP-Premier Hay- enter the house. their guilt will be '
"She agitated while So this WArAZR-iq?rFit dK PTMM7 NNLA'x
DRIVE-IN THEATRES ato Ideda and Foreign Minister grows i
Masayoshi Ohira sent a message they are here and as soon as Ing plus an '
OPEN '.JO-SHOW 7.10 to ailing Gen. Douglas they leave she Insists on going about germs, may

Tonight's The Night I MacArthur today expressing over the furniture with quickly by giving '
T. Co Out T. A Movlt hopes for his early recovery. rubbing alcohol or even lysol. a new viewpoint. E DIVA TtNG6l TxtipA EVER CLN15tDERCRANGtWC 7HAT3ITI!! f CUJMSYRICB !

I They messaged the former "When I protest she even L.oT, .1 FALL t ,"bUFZ 4. J
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25c A CARLOAD commander in chief of allied cries and says she doesn't Did F'REG7VEa17LY MANE ifs I.

WITH PASS occupation forces In Japan: know why she has this constant I '
"On behalf of the Japanese government obsession about germs.

a and the people, we "SHE SAYS she'd like to
heartily hope you will quickly get over It but she doesn't I In / .

TONIGHT ONLY I recover with the courage and know how. What would you s
resoluteness you have always ?"
Two na colon HIT I suggest '.'
liT "M A It'M shown In the past." This Is a common obsession

oasis DV In of cultured people who By THE i

"MIDNIGHT LACE""GERONIMO" I have a sexual guilt complex.
PLUS liT b.5 Reasonable cleanliness is ....1iUl\
23, 1964. There are h u.'i+'o ate
natural and desirable in mod
-In- In the year.Today's .
MARCH 31 ern society but when patients highlight
go to such extremes as Nora,
On this date In
W.b.M. nyo,LOCATION....... Mlgftmy SI you i can begin to suspect an killed IPSHEDOESNTGI'AIE/ A
and Memorial Blvd sons were
Old Mac. Track erwnd.lSpo.sorod reason. angle Waist Co., Ii SHOUT COIN
You may remember that SOON I'M r BE
ly D.A.V
Lady Macbeth also had an excessive destroyed by fire In LATE FOR ME OI.E./
obsession. City. Many young Ili
TONIGHT and THURSDAY handwashlng
Own 0 NP ....110' ment workers were A
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Carload Bargain Nits 11."' staircases
cnud.n..l cluttered
..... ..Advlb. ass She felt guilty of murder so
AT T:.. A It.OS RwrvN .t" bish locked doors
she was frenzied In her constant
"LOVE IN A 110'''' i'I"" ", i ''' attempts to wash out ,quate elevators. ti's ri

GOLDFISH BOWL" 's the her Imagined hands. blood spots on tlon In laws led governing to wldes{ 1 J .

MSIAN IN COLOR For the excessive washingof Ing conditions.On . I I1r

ALSO AT IM ONLY one's hands has long been al.r"A
symbolical of an attempt to this date:
THE HANGING TREE"coon 1,11iff erase guilt. In 1776 the
.n"y in c.,.* THUS, you Bible scholars Medal Award ---<:!
will recall that Pontius Pilate the Congressional

admitted Christ' Innocence, or was awarded
yet sent him to his death on Washington. Can't Resist
the cross. In 1939 Adolf

TONIGHTCarload CIRCUS But In plain sight of the the German people

courtroom mob he then asked shoulder to
Pats NIK for a bowl of water so he battle-proved Italian Business Lure
could show the crowd that he In 1942 Japanese
111* WITH .nIlTln" ,
IPUT AT II." was washing his hands of any eked Bataan and "' o-
talcus guilt. In 1949 the U.S. HAL BOYLE 'If you don't grow If you ''

"PEYTON PLACE" So what would an attractive crossed the Main ( ) (AP-To many',stay the" same you're In Stars
the trouble.
snug by cer
'CM"'COLOII young woman like Nora haveon In Germany 27
LAMA 701551 50 EUROPEAN her conscience? Rhine. bridgehead. a regular paycheck, Before luck began breaking
PLUS AT HIM PERFORMERS sinful of an actor teems to'his way Morse went through
ONLY 50 MINUS What supposedly act ,
$500.000 ELEPHANTS would be linked with her fingers Ten years ago desperation and bore- ordeals that would have brokenthe Impel
"BELlE SOMMERS" ttpitsl-,5001aiy Etptste and thus Impel her to York State Civil It 'does glamor. spirit of a less durable op-

wash them constantly In a mission listed the work, you nearly timist. But the sandy haired, Innil
party as subversive ; you do( work often blue-eyed young actor still retains '

ACRES oPFREEPARKING state'. security! risk to do( the same thing the curiosity and enthusiasm ) Carroll Righter

SOON "Lawrence of Arabia" Five years ago- over like a fellow of a chipmunk on a sunny /
grommets in a fac-
ablnet was day.After I
DOORS denounced the 1951 being graduated from,
which Red China Summed Up high school in Newton, Mass., -------
OPEN LAST "THE BRASS BOTTLE"STARTS of Tibet's foreign I Gleason once he migrated to( Manhatta; WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25, JII4 your ambitions. Show that you

12:45 IN COLOR I affairs but up the lure of show where he began his career by GENERAL TENDENCIES: are truly talented. You have

DAY St.rrln TONY RANDALL autonomy.One when he proclaimed handling a spotlignt In a chit., Startling and unpredictable ac- vision so make the most of It.
O e O year ago( weren't an actor he'd dren's theater for $12 a week. tivities can be in effect today AQUARIUS (January 21 to

LOCALLY Court ruled that ( an actor'i shoes. I There followed a number o f when It Is necessary that you be February 19) Show others that
TO lonno'VFRIGHTENED leg legislators the way I feel about hand.mouth Jobs while h e willing quickly to make any you know the value of having
OWNED Iy into the affairs of Robert Morse.: lived in a sixth-floor watkup, changes in plans if you are toget good credit. Get all obligationspaid

linked clearly thrill. The thrills cubicle which cost him $7 a the benefit to be extracted to the beat of your( ability.
sive or other Illegal all the week. from' this unique and unusual Then loved one will be more

e er activities" what uncertalruY'l He parked cars for a restaurant time. Be certain that you are impressed with you.
sold cookies and for willing to change new methods
I PISCES (February 20 to
A g AT THE I who looks I time he knocked on any door to tions.ARIES meet. the dramatic condi March 20) An attitude of cooperation

as an eager-eyec selling household brushes. with those who( have
Tod.P e.d'LMLnND Tomorrow.".'. hardly has to After a four-year hitch In the (March 21 to April 19) power over your affairs Is wise
sad ".till QUOVI* Rommfn Tas N where to find a gar Navy, he saved $300 which last- Have you thought of investingsome Show that you will back them
Todar "Rrui Bottle ( In. ed him until he began to find money into a new system in own ambitions. They then retaliate
LKILND that will show twice the profits?
mUT/MldnlilU tace1 Just completed a regular radio and television with vim.
TIGER *. FOLK T film comedy In which work. Now is the time to do so. Listento IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN

f MM "Mll Ord. with singer Robert "I've been very fortunate.( I'm your associates and don't be TODAY, he or she will be filled

4 PROWLS ro<.r bay Uirouih THIATIlt rridw. .;( more films he has not afraid of fin.nclallnsecurlty so stubborn with big Ideas which your son
dla' end ILVI*Catch MOON for have turned any longer just the ordinary TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)) or daughter will soon want to
Mar and Tomorrow commuter between A bit of colorful attire whittle down to size
Las ...'" .nd "The a insecurity of living he said. or a good practical ,
THE OTH." Hollywood. sense of humor can easily make so your duty will be to give the
XU:,". .nd .'hna .. I resuming the film the right Impression on certain kind of education that teaches

AVON Of aurlla...ARJ-HII.Jo..." ud started in 1956 Morse Church people! today. Get professional perseverance neatness and order .
Th''''' English help with You can the
SHADOWS. SARTOW-Outdoor: "... has appeared on a your appearance. early begin
.. NAINeb'Summa rt Nulld. : of television produc Then wow 'em I career by insisting that what
In u.. Ors" sad his mark by scor-!Said Moving GEMINI (May 21 to June 21)) ever la once begun is completed

;/ .and a girl defies LAKH tn. Innor.nt- : hit Broadway shows Even if it means a little loss of before going on to another
.. young -
PLANT ? an unusual record for money today, be sure you assist Interest.
Plaro and "N.rovle.. ;; Toward Rome those at home who( look to you
..aaRINOorld. : 'Pun
a whole town and her .red Hootraanw : Luck Needed for support. It Is vital to have
SEBRtNO and "T.-...e..oo Ooea'A to thing an actor I LONDON (AP) The Archbishop security In that sphere of your IMcNamara Talk

father to save him WAUCHVLA Plare' and-;:'NOM at.rllu.n :\ : : a lot of patience and of Canterbury Dr. Mi ife. Be active later.
and The Merry the desire and ability chael Ramsey, listened in silence Smothers
WINTCR HAVIN-Hana to July 21) Shop for whatever Is
Time" and "Pl...,"" his luck he aays Tuesday nlaht ss the Labor : most visit ,
party leider-In the House necessary now plan
for little trips etc. Don't neglect ReassuranceWASHINGTON
of Lords accused the Churchof I
orreipondence.: Then have
England of turning Increasingly -
TOMORROW with associates and
towards Rome. (AP) Sen.
plan more success.
1 Earl Alexander Hills George
Direct Frees of LEO (July 22 to August 21) Smathers D-F1, says
borough the opposition leadern Make he Is "much reassured with respect
O Its fianfensUncftrwsUr big progress now in your
FUNNIEST the upper house opposed approval to our national defense
Y career by using more practlc.1'method.
'. of a measure passed by capabilities" after with
L4it : STORY 0 .. You have a habit of talking
.\ WarM/ rrimftr the church assembly to( amend: welling too much In the clouds.i Defense Secretary Robert We-
YOU1LEVER At WtsU WichiafThe ,
an old law prescribing tha, Get down to brass tacks with a Namara.
SEA ,- 0 church altars must be made atwood vim and GROW. Smathers had asked for an explanation

ON LAND 0 and must be movable. VIRGO (August 22 to Septenv of how a Cuban hell-
e Most Anglican altars are of ber 22) Yo utnust make the effort copter flew to Key West Fla.,
OR SEE I f 0 stone and never moved. to see key people who can last Friday apparently unde-

IncredibleDOKNOTTS Lord Alexander who Is con- help you to get into( a more tected.
nected with the United Kingdom lucrative position in life. You Although he revealed ra( details -
of Protestant Churches, said have wonderful talents that Smathers said McNam.ra'wrote
"There can be no possible doubt have not been tapped yet him a letter about the incident
: o that these changes are being LIBRA (September 23 to Octber Smathers said McNa
AZ teT O made step by step In order that 22) By being more persevering mara also called and Invited
the church may move further and showing others what a him to a briefing on the overall
Limpet Romewards In its policies." truly charming person you are defensive situation in South
The measure was approved, you can profit much from your Florida.
with only Lord Alexander dis own talents. Is your health at Smathers said he Invited ether
DON nom CAROLE COOK 0 senting. its best? Your wardrobe modem members of Florida's con

ANDREW DUGGAM-JACK WESTON ? cessional delegation to attend
""" SCORPIO (October 23 to No- the briefing .
LARRY KEATING '.... : today.Airport
ww.w Hairnets UrgedFor ember 21) If you want to con-
urRna ISeteA. .tlOII .1tCltWlCOlOll" Unue reaping fine benefits be

1 .. 1 aeon.....los eNaos wAiilta 150&.k Those With generous and help your friends: Bans
OPEN 11:45
N With their aims as well. Social
Beatle Cuts functions are fine this evening. Model Planes
L- LAST DAY I I Make a good impression.

LONDON (AP-Th British SAGITTARIUS (November 22 PERRY Ga. (AP) Model

BRIAN KEITH a VERA M I LES PAMELA PM-SABl! ANDREWS A Saowif eOMNTOWN "LV' Safety Council is urging industrial -to favor December of a powerful 21) Seeking individualwho the airplane the airport flyers at may Perry no -longeruse the
-r\ D".e. workers who adopt the
eRNhiektOWEILt 000tFawduNMM/ w 5 thU t,4 5&55$ILLANOERSON ,rNrsaPs&'uRON HILLER Beatles' hair I can help make your life Federal Aviation Agency says

A NORMAN TOIUR ale/k sutas nits alSa.aN to LA INS e.A teNl MANMS. TECHNCOLOR'py51 / That riwghtHe I wear hairnets shaggy to work.The .style to s. ,more potentially successful is they are endangering regular
Wss A wise now. Become a more aircraft.
I popular
SHOWS AT 1:00 3:11 5:22 7:33 9:44 Racc.DI 000 council in has put.up 50,. person too. Be active. City Council notified Police
war awn tN COLDII posters factory locker CAPRICORN (December 22 to Chief J.B. Hawkins this week to
ALL CHILDREN TICKETS 50c I rooms showing a 17 year January 20) You can easily get keep model plane flyers off the
i old boy who lost his Beatle cut out of that rut now by cultivating runways of Myrtle Field after
i ;"'1 a persons who can further!the FAA formally complained.


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. DEAR ABBY. -; ili+iiNa &ii0irI i 1M ALW4f5 AFRAID SOM CAT LIFE IS R.UOF RI csls.SS 1

- WhoYa your p1obllKn, .WON.w'Qt? 43
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general N ly. wrltG,

I Abby, b _

Why Try? Hills, Celli an stamped d. Include MJt aMlfotldr.r.d IL

wlops. Abby encases all

Abigail Van Buren I-II. _J u

:i: DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbor who used to arrive| on freshness of the open field. His physique Is as perfect is his
my daily for
a two-hour coffee break I finally had smile Is disarming. And when he looks Into
to tell her that I didn't have the my eyes, as he HOWDY (41t NKINrBEAANMA'M. (=TILL/EYERFi4D 717 DO Ni48 GAf ITVO'LCOKLIKENDGOTAMISERyIMTWESTUMMICK.'
. sensitive type who Is time for It. She ii the did tonight, I can see no end to this relationship. You tee, .'. Tl1CX/BLF. 'NE5lIATlfEMMZ HIM INISLOOANO ROCKY 7HEOKWASMYSLAVE. .'.' TRVASPICEO

- acted very cool easily hurt so, ever since then, she hat Abby he Is my grandson Just one year old. and this Is his AIZZD LOOKAS .'=) CATFISH EVEBAU-.r.r AH AUJJS

towards me. and hardly speaks. I must admit first visit to our home. Aren't some women Just plain- c MYfOISTECFRENA CARRIES SOME SPARES
i that I enjoy the
from these coffee breaks, and there LUCKY? M1 / IM4S / -
fore hesitate to revive r t
i our friendship. However, our children DEAR LUCKY Yes, and I was getting ready to reply ...d RACKYr
play together and I
would rather be on friendly terms with "It will never work forget him."!

her. How can I accomplish this without getting back on those =
two-hour coffee breaks?
DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who says, "I am going to

PUZZLED GET a bath. I keep telling him that he should say "I am S 4

! DEAR PUZZLED You can't. Leave well enough alone. going\ to TAKE bath. Who Is right? 0

You don't know when you are well off. FASSIO 1P / sAT

DEAR FASSIO: Done who bathes himself TAKES bath.If .

DEAR ABBY: A second man has entered my life. I ama he .Is given a bath by someone else, he GETS a bath.

church woman but if you will let me explain perhaps you Unless your friend Is at an age where his mother la still

} will find some compassion. for me. bathing him he Is all wet.

'j I think it was his eyes that first breached my reserve. + EIGHT O'CLOCK'NIGHT R Nr;H! 165 Tt SHOJT5 Lc J"D LiKE TO KNOW WW

I Always beautiful they sometimes appear gray and turbulent CONFIDENTIAL TO BETSY AT LOCKHEED: I think you DIE SMITH THANK ASKS TRACV. -BECAUSB SH*

. like mountain lakes whipped to anger by a passing storm. are wise le wait. A man who has been divorced three timesIs I TO FLY GOODNESS. HAS A DATE WITH JUNIOR

. His hair rivaling the beauty of his eyes has the' wind.blown a very, very, very poor risk. MC THAT WHY,"ANSWERS UZZ.r .

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.!_OFK.Mane TW.r C.ON.vIN C.,5. 11.- I saroypY
I current 17 Scram
.... ..... ,. 35 Direction :
."-" -. M. .. M. M.
JI-._. M...... Mw,. CNM.nr1/N Mev,. 15 Natural 38 One of 50 colloq.
10-Oan.N O. Mw,. C.,_...... M.,. r
I .!..Of-Rem.N. aNw M... C.,_..,'.. Mw,. sugar 37 Box 60 Depots
lO Oe--h/.w. Mw,. .MONK. 1..M MNULOIfNew. 18 Verbal 38 Limb 63 Allen A
Me,,. aNnh Le.NM Mw,. 17
500 LYn We'dN W.d D.Nard. I Lew L_ Mother' 39 Nose Frome
I lOOe-1_ 5.e lwr WerdNWe.d_ ft D. n.N arN... lw._Lw' help .1 Period
/1r-Th. M.C.re Csn nt..1N hIN 0, KeN1 TM 19 Mlsan .2 Slush comb form 5ONA,..IT'S OOOP TO SEE T YES, H.J.!'IM HO LONG 6EFORE THIS! WHAT WAS FATHER..KIT KM ARRIVED BUT I PONT KNOW WHV -t ;I'
1.110I.O.: a GI'O.OLM M M/M,..,ne .Lnh...... 101 1.1 Obes O..0! 1 I.. hY hM .D .OLM11Of.lib ,'.... throphy .3 Stray 68 Flout g. YOU,SWEETHEART' NERD 21 Fuss 44 Lock IIR Eager TELL ME VOU AW THE KIP ) WITH THE NOT HAVING PONE SO'! ) BELIEVE MEN HAPPENED R J' TELL MS MLF THIS WAY SONA'NO

22 Social 43 Quiet) 69 Church pro 0 ..ANP frHEi POINA FINE.'/ REOC EXACTLY WHAT YOU SAW! \

1 liability 48 Ponder jection 6HE4MAPE'IL i"MJ

NANCE'SRadio&TVService 24 Indefinite ability: abbr. 70 Pitchers ( J

article 47 Ridicule 71 Opera museum -

MOTOROLATV I 25 One of ( Eng 49 Thin & ball

kings abbr. 51 Things listed club

Complttt/ LIne cl Motorola n
Homo Entertainment Equipment

802 W. LEMON LAKELAND 482444S 1 Sky bear 27 Pig talk Impersonal

2 Foray 28 Pile up pronoun
3 Players .9 Guides r e.
29 Chem

Itt: N N Lrfa Lid /sMw/M 1.11nrr.M: : ::1 seNw Nww M.rw. Noll New : Detroit Icing bol 52 Main, Elm or
12. Tarn ,', Truth C..5. Kn.. NNe" 30 Dice :
JO .March w Tt''hr-
P.P.KNMN Interjection
: ,...:I:: Kw.w OudiM Wait
3 0/-a.l T.I 530.5 s,.,. "... Love".. Lot.I .. 7 Fairy tale 31 The works: 63 Canine actor / AND ONIONS AMP I c0OKEDTHE (YtxJ MAKE A CHANG THE BLUCBERRY P16FIRSr
.. 1. N L '
1:35WNld I59n1.45 Tu'" .5...t" e_. ."ft".., PN4 WNN To,.. beginning Lit. M Football > BLUEBERRY PIE VERY SAME TteNGPOR 5 0.? OF SOME KINO ,
.W,10 Tu-,. ...t" G.h. L.ff TI_ WNN To-,.. I Spanish king 32 Delete 58 Phrase of { FOIL LUNCH TODAYTITWASVEKY WLxR DINNER 1 FOR VARIETY?

T:8 = M.M. D.1 : As, 5.t1.Nw P..wwd 6 Explosive 33 Diadem TONIGHT
:: M.h. : D..1 : : anw Nth., hNwrd comprehen V COOD '/ I
2'M.u.. menTh.. D..5n., D.. i. c..rt M....... 10 Bird :w Hollow aion
.. .... M Cwr1 Nw.e..ar
3.41-N.uN hrp Th. D.r .
First hand 37 Ancient 58 RLS A
CBS fil1REt
2'T.n M. Truth L.r.N. YwM 0 I Maaaltal Tall Tha Truth :
l5-T.11 M. Truth l.r.N. Vwne O.Nr0 Hawital Tall Tha Truth 12 Low game abbr.
I,30-04. 04 Neh1 p.s.., /. a.Nw Par A D.. Ida* Of sell
.!'.-...'. O5,55.5, D..t low I.) Ou..w P. A D.r 54.. Of Ne"5d 13 St. 'a .0 Skilled 59 Recipe abe o
.a0-ON.N OMnw ....h 5..es ThwN5, 0.0..1 55oM fire workmen brevlation 1 1J 1e 1i
031-5.s0 .,. 550,01 Q.e T.'m. O..nN
0 ,o-U..I. 101... U.... D.YN Too'm.._ .INnw.w 18 Black 41 Flower 81 Digit
.-.clO w.t ...'. .'UG. Tlm.'_ 'u. !!,- 20 Silly .2 Send 82 Direction

1,00-Nwh1.MY. U-......._... MOhq 55OYN M.N M.o.s Dan 5,3.01 o "VNI.., DN Dw5:051..n. 23 Means of 44 Roman 84 Sandwich

M :::: =:: SVbi := "Nrr1 transporta fountain order 3Jobuhn"
tion: abbr. 45 Kilt
87 Speech tic
(., c.'_ P'NS.st1 PwsNh.d by Ne5Ms
Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle e..; 1 I IHMM. ,wl I.I I.OR I.

WEDU-TV-Chonnel 3 U. S. Seeks To

TAMPA Add A E R I E R E A R O N t CRYPTOGRAM jr '' 1...., THE ftORGW rrs t2uiTC
TN" .0515e MobilityTo HAVE BEEN P05518LEI HE
'IL-euwMlN A''''.'. c F By E. FeeleyDARBTS WHAT EXCLBE WILL / fICK!
3..1000In0.-........e ........ l A O LI O y > ni THINK Of LOOKS M IFHC
... '
1e-JI r 1..wf MAKE TROUBLE V
_... I.bre WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. "
..._f"......, O. ........ planners hope to remold South UPS : V OUT AND NEVER I
10 1."m....... Ass's Into T E D Y P A S E DOWNY BE 'MfflWT
..._.... ot41050550W Viet Nam's Rangers a mobile GEPGROYAEP. a _14L- CALLED BACK!
MOONING guerrilla force that would
e E P A S T S b R F N O
1:25-AmNINwIM/, awwnww1Ml move Into Communist.Infeste nTmivlaoaAh
I M-rram .h. .MirmiiqIV N o '
-..... tlv* It areas ahead of conventional V- Yesterday's cryptogram: "IATIART
5.26MU"ea010WNN lnMrlu.1e
.* a...._ etnamese army units. Chief chef chose choice 1 1'T6ve

It.00...-.Tn_*..NxinUrlt .>< >l HtIt The specially trained Rangers JjMEIilllcheeMt32VW
4ft..W.ft. Hlltorr
II 1..0..... IK AeUMII would feel out the Communist a.2'M
'_ M AimriumTOMOOW Viet Cong locate and engage

A""OOll their concentrations and enable
II I*.MiMKll InMrluOHI
*-K.n.rt.. Cwrwrfla the helicopter-borne Vietnamese NEWS OF RECORD
Oo-M...... lnt.rluI <.
M-H,t" .. a".... army to strike with a sure blowat '
I I .-M.".... N100Ir.w .. CIRCUIT COURT ,Laroy Aldarmaa. '>. Laliland and '' MAke ...ws COUP S ALL iimTHSN ...L: t'ON'r 66150 OIMT PUT to MADAM5
......aN.5s3. ...... the elusive Red guerrillas.This so" p"oo I Arts Lama Hlpwr' 4t, .....I..d. : aI IrVj ... A8RANOS fffg. V LEJITIMATS MIND /'OSjIIWINIJ / AT sv A imoou. VEK HATE MILIw -
I 1 10-53,14.' OeN..N.1. Is what the White House Jolts "'.1>',t Krotlns II Prod.I.k Jam. Imara Thorn won Jr. 41, Ukasi t COL.CAN110N, 'ernveif YOUV MRS.y 4O t.AOICAL, '! INTERN' TWITCHY ANTI- y rEoriB so
XV Our ,..*!".!'". W.rMI referred to last week when It Damon N 2,015ao. "u .UaD 4.w- I *.dWI. d. ***** U"* WUwl. y '700 UNITED STATte HUN, vane cvuxmend .15C0, 5,115 W44 AIRCOAFTCRCW MUCH, SUE MIGHT
I.-.Muvul InwrluMFr.nl Cl.r.nr. W. L.me.ry ft ee. Ir... O fr04. HAS DIPI.OMAfC l.ioeasI NOT TURN Me'TH
_. "a William Oarland ,
315- spoke of creating highly LaaiMrt dirorr.Annla .. Blalork tl. likaland C1J RELATIONf WITH THar gfllfP E WITCH COGS
.. and 8hll' s
auw1M00N.w.NrH O Doanau
.305-5 5.rr trained guerrilla force that can RobliSSBJ Laulat. .. Robindlrarr.we. I.. 1_ Jew.. 90 UkalaadArlrr -, p50059012 NATION55X70000. 1v r r AS A M ISO10NARYi"

le-fr KN1n.th CINY beat the Viet Cong on Its own emits ... J3A1. C1..0. RandiU Smith. M 1..1. t... I ... 1I REJECTJ1IK.
500WMYO510INNN "_I ,.MdN ,.. .nd Hallla Ana Pro"'or.0.. WI.", I y r
rr.- as Y H."..
ground. W.lllsi n. tuts II: I

/f-GNU// aNUIbTOUGH The Idea Is not a new one. .....=auna rn .Cattat.. ... .....* Carts. I 5.m...rh.0M.m.nd D..1&lIube\lt If, 30.J.SAUW Del,. Y (
STEELS AGED United State has been ."or'Vj Coco..... aj, ..... Walaa, I f4t0CAP 6 "
The II.,, Ukt ... WUllaai a. UtaTftila W.... .
*rrT Thonaa SO takclaodaa .e
GARY Ind.-Some of the training South Vietnamese 4hNn Para PoHock Ta. w.nrt ..,1 .,.,1... Vwk. U. Ukaland I I0ej + /i' fl,
steels at least afar ..
toughest and strongest Ranger companies 5.'P= .,tn" and Loan I.
have been named "maraging" back as 1961. Aiaa ata, ::. Col W. Pluf Ot .. DOW (
because of the simple aging In the view of the highest ,wNtS.N",", H.r.. 'Shopoir.. Tnr. ata., n 1
In their authorities thesecounterguerrillu ] board a. Prailot, laiiuutiaa and Nigeria OpensMilitaryAcademy
treatment Involved production US. military 4osU.wry r

This family of steels haven't been it Patricia Of\.1 lu'L. Maala" W..I., mortcatfararlosura ..... \h I

has a yield strength of up to nearly as effective as they Tha Bo..rr. BaTlnil Bank ... John
300.000 pounds per square Inch should have been. C. Moonafham fararloauralittr n va at at. marUfata

and is being evaluated for use .haired 'OtNCl.4.r. Jordu Oraat Tt W. P a'.... KADUNA. Nigeria (AP) WAKING V3J HAVE Tr.8 WRON9 > I 5040W BUT ITS >

in rocket-engine cases, helicopter The number of the red Lotb. Wiiklnt n William fran Nigeria his opened Its first b VA'1AT DD TO' 66B MAJOR OFFICE. MAJOR 6REENBRASSS MOPS FUN WAITING
and Sumatra Wilt in* Mud
rotor shafts and aircraft orangutan of Borneo Care .....u ... Mow Bruit!. ahlldllarllat military academy In this north- h yGt! WANT] 6REENBRAf.SI.e OFFICG 6 ACROSS TAG HAll OVER HEPSfiJ

landing a!. __ now Is less than 5.000 w.pelGk.. n..le. lonk aI eo........ ... ern capital to provide academicand
... 7ct3.. 1...._. (;00... MorsW.
military to
,....1....... training army]
0- A04 530. and navy personnel.
lng t.Nu ... wuiTtni
LNe.n.l daerra divorca.Jaiaai = Many officers In Nigeria's
Liowarti's Oiford .
Thomaa ft I
OPINING Of J... Oiloid. Had dteraa ".or,.. 9,000-man army have been r
T rrf. J..... a ..ID.r. ,Ie. and CaiiaKtka .
Radio & TV a.nn..> .. Tkna SUUnAd.Tw'pta'rf trained In British and other

ClaTk"n I : Mown ClltfardClark Foreign military academies and
412 ION6FILIOW itVO. PH. I1-II79 dtBllt" "alUitar Prime Minister Sir Abukakar :-26
C. Addura n Marian Asrrtao.'i
Stt. '""""' '" "".. Tarawa Belewa said "we could
KtM<" es A" ".'" Irlnf I* Tr I ? M r
"COMMTV COURTJaa not depend Indefinitely the '
I II upon !
6+ M.d.le TV 6r ladies I .
W.rk Gwsshe/ Inl 10'lG Pl.f he. (all k wnalr'r.rriiiTai. Late lutIrr generosity of friendly coun:
All and O. a>. bit Omaiark. 11 tries... ,
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-Wednesday LEGAL-, 'I ADVERTISINGRATES CLASSIFIED H Bclldiiif, Ciryentsrlnf 27 Accounting, lookkiiplne.at '54 Help Wanted, Mali 7 'I.w.r. Sifdi, Plants 97 Artlclss FerSsltMtscTWELVX ,'loll Automobllti Wanted 129 r.ntlsksdMNTAU Ar

TAX uk..I", YOur I :" LKrUITRUM. VIBURNUM. Rlk ._ -IBCTIONB" -rid.-.. PAT CAM for pltkup truck. o CIIPO Ta.t and 9Jg
000lrll 'I't"i'I 153. J...., .. .. ,. mdir t7 Plrai .rlr. lOUISa000111 -
IN THI home .r 18' .U", nolnlrs 0011. Me Carlua Bo .t. M crpnu lou > I Dish Ill o UU loSS
TH| TENTH '1150... 13 ui5oIOl0nIOS5 11I '!3 ,,' ___ .a. Irldll Wrritli Rain tr... 7' 'mi PmrtiMi >4. POM Ml 4C'AIR Adult Mly.
OP PLOttID. 1011.1-. NEED MORE 10 at. j-ai-t ac unt. xrrviB .. I WANTED AASISTASIlo.lrtoai kUHn 8y. ."0". ElOIK .. 1110. 1703 4rlcUbun. IM1441 IN a friih car or pickup Ssoyrs.. 003.2351.ilnthiM11trIoia0Nm.

POLK COUNTY Worat J...> Biih 311 BwaautniMU ..: Inupp I t b0 01011 ewflM 0lr TOo Bo lit PolIsh, 11 0 U *ir oldir. Call i IIMMi mil .. .1.

!.... So U7n Minimum C tlr.I.OSWa 5.135. tllv MaiROYAL. Owrni Numry su ".1 p WtrnTdaSATOR, a-do' Bill Hour 05110 bOd001S. 0050514 flWaUINI

1a8. ," ,.. On Dir IMrl Olr .. LIVING SPACE? jiiK'iim .-rftCOMR tan and W .. lo.i Brdroom .,II*. WANTED OLD Junk I...50 050wr.yb. ,. OolohbSOltOil, 551011I UI0 ill=
5,1 1050 OIl? $59
1111RA1 \ I I i M.. Urplni >rrvl 1,0 Rruonabl I. JIM' -J. polls "Ukl. rll-i.wi kd .. I orIsi 5. PrOmpt picks. .
ro"1 050 5.4111.ho
_ (SArIS ; $t(': I i-lasbotatoa 110 130 Ilt;,nanoo fi I u> I p m MU 1 IMI. I. I '. 5511In 73 Feeds Frtlh, V..t' sod obalr, ..katr' nwbiroimr C.I 115050, .3-11 5555(00

u:; III 460 0 I Until. 1 ..14.. MotIMIMI "
: .
-,..- 1111 lOll v; lIEU 30 SiBMty ParlersCLAR : : )RAI0olmo OIAI.o. Puobsdaily. Ito WILL5 PAY .ii i Volt 50 50515 045 15

'OBBRT 1 hAl' RATW 0105110 .I l's',11101 forsltbod. I. 5 .
CLABBIFIID IPACI Add Florida RoomS .IP D. .1
J a 5usd wi PA* iti HP fw Miik oarsPro. 5151,0 _... SlOt WSob
_ la 2i Inch 0.
per eolumB B BEAUTY lalon BOW op*. l lists Meters Supplies 0
.. HHm
I 9 ,. Tonkili In* *oMftal .
Iran BAH .Orl"
NMIra U h.r..hr It_ M Mr Minna ''libClalflO& Build an Extra Hit* ...*. for sons Iv l blopM' Wnoliy Mh.P.lt l.1i. CABIN .Ulft In a final ilx Cub (lrld MU 1-4070 BIABI, MOt north Fieri* KHrkM. kthrn. .
'" 0 niM4 In lha RII. 11_ banal 111 .r .,o..r anlOr 05151454.Saill 51114Y1I0l0ii0 10 121 Mobile HemesMO inn *orH. Fv.Mid. ._..

.. In lha <''''' WANT AD DEADLINE i BedroomS 15 KlndirjnrtiR Nurier I l* ,nlonll..11 mni iailos.Uol I. : .: 43 IIr' An'SIOn.
_ _ ""ily, FlorIda, I job vita u M. moos
Uritciiteg 00555 .
won. so.0 .,, 1ll10, *rllmt MBdltlon TII.PR.I. .rl. .
i "l> rtr "Huat. ibosl oppartiuity tor 54051.1.moos. 7 Wid.ol.l. loS T I
h'. Idn Pukll I >a *na ATTENTION WORKINO not .'. RntluraBt top ..' ilartlBl .u U' 0 I A.
daatrlbNl a Add Second Bathroom pnnw SOS. MoltIloPsob
p.ndllo a ... U PS. 510.0 lilt oitt Florid w >
lii I > sow .001. dSPSrOoOlIOy Irrrfd SOD CO. >kli rIo Mult Mil Ullirkind Or.
In Moil
Momiar. 11 @ A M lit irdarTimaar 00mb,n* on wuthiid Indivlilua' ; lARDY IMO It .S"10. TUMM.TTlUCTrft ,
005,105 imp I' _ _
n i'rrr Park, ... .
4 '0' H MonHarWtdnnMat .. and altrntMn frncrd. thIld'.nr: n Oru .. Tw Sod.
a. <'oMlM tn lh: : : r. pla ouosnoo. .kl..d. 1114 *at M ,! RAMOA II i1 05055. 4MWnm I.t.
11110.40IIii Pint 4 M P ... TuMdayThuradar tail Cornrr of IMmlh Florin mono el MM. } t oomi. frnt ', Iso? <.11 .. ., parkinmr .

S I vubNv: I 40050550 d 101 HlkrlUi War y.nre 111 I .r.l. ctmpanAuplr fS'MA.-A IhdI too altO $35. *ndlll$n. Oaly .... A*.. kw, DlnMlnf' .MIMIWM .,
4 III P M WMB-J., III N 1 L. i 502.1704.TRAILIS.
> miMir. Plurlrtam First Federal? of Lakeland Trot : ISIS W. al
pukhV; aali, to I Ptli 4 10 P II. Thumlaruiurdir li lwnmwrs A Sinks lr, Tin CIBIIBBBII* TRACTOR" lALCS MBlall. '.."r

h .1 i bMrtnr for .... 11 to Hoa Ptuafundar has the home Improvement lbs doll am MMlcal lass. ,inv. .rsdiol ana pwwin*. .*wrlillu IBM. torn*. part. .. !... 11. FOR
l .nt |)..... of 4 10 PM PrldifIIPLAV RKPAIRI ON all mass ,....... 411 ti>t MIB, .ark>w, FloridaI In .r mtfinl an< ara4 101 riralhrt i Appliance .r.d. koad lao aad BaUoB! RE

-,,bourn In "'''" I AMMondar money for your needs and orsaudams Ii BIIBM.. POol loll.StInt im .U... ,lOll. Ml.. i973. a.poruri., JI" 4710 ".. 807 East 0.1

lh. ?tk d.X or ': "" UN NO** Mondir i lives you fut action. BiMtrit, lot Krlk Florida Ar*. SurgsrplzPrrr ..... broIl,.. aartaOrauflild Pnralibrd *r ...r.l.h... fttdM.oriUd ,
7 .
WfdnrMlThuridi .. Poll* MU I-JI: B..n.. 3131 C.I.d1I.I.h' low 'h. .

n II. "' 13 H NMI Tundaya Phone: 688-8111 TOO lururr kr 1054. II.. *-I1ITtCFRtOBItATOP. I ONE ONLY ..IIM trr_ fkwr. Twkidromi .
iMKAL << .
) rifr ( TIll VI"
37 Mattress Rn vtln IMMEDIATEEMPLOYMENT us... worn, I Immmi, ., .1.
By Lila oo Noon wdnidiyBaluidi C..I t. ii ,I" Oslo 171 f.r.m *r M
5105' .bll... (radicatwg'iari .. i boStor... alp .ndll_.. NEW Can T. II Tack,.
I Ill PIdaa ,He Noon TIIIOSIISP MA1'fR" R"NOVATlNa 1.duo ... *. L't.n.e aol in.. ...ho i- .lf..m.1 .inwr 5'xIO' 'n.r.'nlb.. MO IT171MODERW

\' IJ 00 Noon Thumlirlundar FIRST FEDERAL .'rnban, A.. Maltola. _. CITRUS ."r.n. F Iln. don riant,, *.nir*. .' I *r>- bedroom 1..11.
ia M Nn Ft KirTh ...,. "' .n. IIU 1..1. JUCEBLENDERS OH"., WlnurHavn ."..IOP* POlIO .' ...*! 2 CLEAN Ikm rm.

Lrdirr will' lot Miwnnibl .... mj.MM. Naro d..,. Nit .Tt.Anklla .. kit*. urtlly ... .
IN THC CmClllT 133* $3790 P5100(11.AT1SACTIVS.
tor rnnn Una 49 Wells Pumps .b"r.do .
AND TENTH POP POLK Inrorrr" laurtlon. SAVINGSAND I Blending Tank Tender' INSTRUCTION .
P.IOA THE IAKEUND LtDGER LET MQNTOOMBRY War drill MUST HAVE minimum 01 T IAKOAINI CIOll<*ly HOMES ..ndll_ 555050055 OIlS asu.
IN CHANCtRV 0 ou000iis 04 in.tall your waui and imrantrM .JUI R&B MOBILE tllul TIIW of L.'. OlkMB. IM
QI'M: ,:NM H'NTT TELEPHONE LOAN ASSN. OF tonI!*S. Up t* 1* aiolth H) payPhoai 3 I years experience I a 14 tcfceels 50. Pr.. MMlllNm. Alwir* ,lonltily IM.171.
MU ',"OJ. Blender In Lakflandl boos ku U M. o. Memorial
.a citrus 1639 W
BASK itw Tw Juice Blve FOUR ROOM bath AIM rooms
MU 6-1151 ..
kltobn .
_,'.._ LAKELAND plant. Age -OPEN- must itloa .ea _.... w* Iraia ." UJI I K Lk.lan Florid.CERNC OIlS '" appMitihufnoboar .
EMPLOYMENT TradM -. MO 53175.00001I..D Mart 701 Oraoi
X'ITIf: n. "ROW pa. company physical CO.0 1.1 IM-M30
.II'NN RIll'1WNICI.10 Dooslowat' Orani it Tnn.iM 1015. 1. 1.. l llaWANT rtfrinrator. :

sod W".8 ':RT ANNOUNCEMENTS allYl Park: CtyiMJ Uk DrlviIt 52 Help Wanted GOOD PAY. Good oppor kio ro. with, w lb. frmi 1 0.co' SALE 130 FurnIShed HUMS

riAMI'IKR and) A. for _' 171 MU I.M3I. Oa 2* .1.! .
OAMIMEK Ha wif. n.fradoob000kI IIJII'ItRI.HC.D PNIIII.,11, form unity long term em A Cu. T* Th* .
Firtoml Netltn .r .
onsilol ho.. A..I, MyooI Closn.no. ployment. I.ro. March U blob* ....* 510515DEE'S TO 55050005 5555. Adults
NOTICE TO .. 144 louHi Florida A 0.005 BETTER JOB? Pl.... .0 diU' t Touoe .. ItO 0015. I 500
OP ur. IKLL 1114 louis, lunl andorllni 000055.15 SeT
I 17 hUrnilnatlne WILL: O1VR frM nntal for fur- APPLY Florida State Employment .. .1.. .
1'0" .. *odi Dial' UO I-42M GD .11 .
U.a rorl..n'o'
TO' KtllHH' I .lliaalo Culbtnon Hird iroRAD1NO nl.hrd pmdabl aparlmint raupl' for u StoOl I.. ..d...-. Servie. 81] East S Take Your Choice: 10'h "t MOBILE HOMES Iwo 11 1... 1 limo

Jl VK IIR/IV : ITAMPS ..rh..od orahl I... nndrrrd kr lady. Call UU I. Lemon IBM Keypunch La.... .tr.
tRraliIn.'ru, I 3! COMPLETE Ml Waba.ll MU lCAMFBRB
Allnan nOT lilt Urn 'M I 1 room R
TERMITESARE ___ __ Speedwntin Shorthand lo Iota DOE bsdrasm. sIb sIsoirl,
Aid In. all Un ..".. J-AHJ _m Typewriting furniture 1199.95. P.yment OALORB. RIW 1144 ""h.. C.I 10 .a.
.11' .' sLIP Cl>., Shop, 104 ATTENTION Cnwr.l.l pickup" Y" lutoolltllfull .
ii..I orulsan I .. .,, Road 4111071 Dra SWARMINGCALL AGE NO BARRIER S Office Machines only $ per 'UIMI. 0.001.41.
tli.r of th. | IUGP Kmont I PlO.r.nlaii sosIllioslSb.: r""hO" ..,. .n
.1... btdipnadl. ill. 000.15 EMPLOYER-EMPLOYE SI 05 0515,5 moOr wltb Sloop 11.
Ii raliioio."' '.. ."rt.,... ...... ..... USa Comptometers oncwlyabl "tra fw tl l .1. ori. ar .. 0511
tot known lu I.I 14" tIll airvlen of Florid l I.... T..nt mrn at mr*-Old Florida TRADING MART LIl C Dick i 0531
i '.... roSa 5,4 '0''''".''... II.. BookkeepingStart our prlc SoIl" Oury' I Ll. ..
.., ompany .. 1.0 >|4 PMM
Tni, HMTII: irowlni rmplormrnt OpnobOaSwlii In 1
; .r 1500101! I. ,000no loom MASON M B'H1. Ll III. aim" New Auburndsle Highway rlet pickup tranl WIS
soil .II'Nb HIU>WM I '"" W. .liar ptODl from *00y05bk. kiiid, Thli la i bttr thin
I I tHRII wIll.
051015 II
i frost horn II .ri nt In1. Monday 1051110. 0.0510 dwbtastrsO. LIoboI '
N OS UNO ha.l poor ot ,... vntm *portunlt>. SrI MU
h' nnllflml tl-Kl III. Wi ha* (" lowMt Howard ...
a *. Brcll attention iln. In ..'1.. of r....... Sod Solo. Prlr** HI."ord. .1.,. Mot.l, IW..0 3.24 ., 51 ao. nor "k. 501? ii.. .. uliuil.i 5p1101151. lad kad ..
V'iTKlonur* of M > I. ISO itat .1 FloridaVz Day or Night .010l MO IJIMDIXIaXAND .
10. I room Oh.. Y.n. 5051101.ramplol
I 111 .
n..di of lack pitliat. MU 51l' room Ono. IJl I 4 p m. *r I I s .
filed again you. 11S1. HIM I roomi ..n to, 7 WtdnfldaiWHITI ,. MAPLI BUNK Mil 111 ...b .. ,.... SoloS sow DUPLEX Ideal I.,
qui rod to *.r\*. i iim i room. ..taO 00 Week's Fee Vz Lakeland Ohm e ..,.... 111. frontrirror .tii ll 171 ..StirS only II.MlIM 005010. 111 ,.* T.. ._. CaUMU
Annw.r or .. .. INIURANCI. Osdsas. OR lorrd mB at 2. las Holpoiarli New IIMIlr MO """.
rrritinlt Caue. *
plaint' on Ih. ....1 .a 111 0005000 I lOOt CALL M* for drllvtry and Business Institute, Inc. ."( r. 5I-Oii'5. .Ca"H, .. Bin. .4a7
J'wih| M ." .,,'h. Ie pa.. Clll MU I.I4B. (Upon Aocrplano work CB mn 10. Iliu .TRUSS <
.111 .
hBdira r cimw C
l.ht On Lake Wire PUU.T AUTOMATIC. '. .
lru.t Hiillllni PA1O1ICI 30J' SortS Plac* yur mploymfnt problimtnd or tn BMIBI BMBrity. lkelan Our prk soW M4I Pick liii
5 Whisk Chemical Co. Aim' loud ....... Uk n*.. dowimrnnt ;
hid Ills Ihr nt I.'" O5i0. oul II ."....... and! In th* hand ol *ur ma'o Biolnc and yard Phone ill BO W. Auto HIM. EHt Mall nmik, MU OD'.
riMtdlnir In I Ih* offli ...r.. 101 210. 50000.. ."':. .......".1 .mpa".n' lOu..I.r.. part ".' .. Writ .lot 015u1 on ...manl. T _l. Pha 101 I.Mil. MD..N Ta500 .
of th. I'Ire'ult Olllt' I MU 6-1356 $43. LakMand UdlH. ." .. R... 57' II usa

It fIn., 111111 full day of Inalanteollol AM City Employment ;IRIDA. LAMOMT aid Slat III | I.1 Coats. Road. AfilU dIr
"" In d. an Oil M ONE ONLY
P.m Setl.nsms t Laklland 10 .U4.
d"fIIt will h. AaIOO5 mod 01.00. I l.der. bl" .h..l.
lob :.000lrs Ion, : lto010l.-.DIa.: 5 Btautr ColKia. 111 Plna It rtlNUHED COTTAO1 M Iii
,'ntth* rllf. *"' I.r. na IIIrIII P150145 A'" 21 listIng Rm. 208 Arcade BId,. nrrmiD :_.liulr ... d.,IM air I.I.n. 00,110. 0.rl_..n.. h.. NEW 40'xlO' % 01.. l>ilril* fr priane
mplBlnt : dnirmi full 015.
PIII81 d. amali paiklnl MO 141119HKAVY 1t"II'I. 1..0. Call M4-I3M Kt C
1h d.airlptlon of or lo call on IB. rial .1.
.n\ PKRK-IIM ...,. I S LI IObolsrsan d ...... r.... ROOFINO DBFBNDABLI work.BiiaMil 53 Hilp Winled Fsrnal .rllm. eommirctal accuBt. EQUIPMENT U koomlBiTrain oa* : : Nn Impril One bedroom ..
I/it 17. KORKR1 1I..a.'bll. III LoSS SlabS *. Buy ..*f.int*. Mn0155. ; Prifi mon wIth ..1. 0000.100.0ommlssion n.* I.r hfivr ttju.pmtirtior *uB.radil..I. i.iI. TWO BEDROOM '14.1... III .
.. .. lot .- kaili. ...> br ftrtuillr .
THVI8ION. nri'nr ( Lumbor company WAlTOn. W000TID ... II 10 otwrBtiniiipm OilS bath 1. Wml
W Mall MO I-J141 tn only t* ., .. *>nfc an pro10. ,. $3438R&BMOBILE PhaM M9. .
ther nf .R..I'rr 111 r IM 411'
31 w. .. .
r.rorrli-d 721 .marl.1 "''' 'dWAiTiiiiSw "r70 Ime.
BALR four loll Four. ;
IPI P 0 .0' tIll. .. .round*. HiW> 105 ; .
42 Pin. a. ... "Id. JsvrelryWI,
Ptthll ,
'n _1I.n. L..I.nd M.ri.1 At.&. TYPES rald osiball? nDwo. "i must MrviM O*. .
Pi Ik loiinty, .' .U 1.3.li. arbor S m.rela roots ....'''..1 n' 000lanidMoCOy'S 2'. '1' Club. Ill .rlll iaflSS POLLRR BRUSH So.nsnansoo II... 11,11. rnf.u .lOr.nl. TWO BKDfiOOM bauM, furnlihid .
Thli nollr Khali Puonliol aol Shoot ...toI. A....... 5050 050.n S In Ibis Iron land 5.1100 Or.r 305 Ihfl.. .WI PAT laih dlaninda, loll HOMES I Autonutu ** hr, C UDImm '. will
one* ..,'rw..k fnr lasS W.., 011.. Mil 3.3133 'IS To 4.ans5p.o 5 In osrok55 eoini. .1| Sold Blaiuan, illnrHMD kaby. *. >*u. rhraMU .
OIl'. W..k. In 1110 "' TreniBortstlefl LADIES tARN i man alSo, I.. : II stool. Call 551.4015S. ..., 1 Mul* Plr- 1839 W. Memorial 14170THRU
DONE A\n ORO*: : ram* and aoy plraunt ...,.. -, P Ii If ,.. .50 noah. Id. Blve
tow folk t-ounty. ). > OlIVER II Ilk* car t* 24 n it.f.JructPLAITBRINO ISO wndltlani at Ih. ..... lim. iI' lo 1051.0.015.OALUOMAN Lakeland, ..01. ka.. folio
dui ot .(." M.rh. 11 "P" I Illday Strnt, as I Fuller Bru.h dealer, Pull lur.lh .... M th.
715r.'h A n, PATCR1NO Sow WASTED for bomtrr See the "Builnen Oppor Plumbing Suppllis mlnutM Oro .
r>. ii. "'. Mobil lIon Park 0' part tin. Fr furthn inrrnatlM ''d.n. t7 r..I r. r. ?
M* 11 M Commluloiui '
AlUritloni tnd addition! I cnlt ...,
cilllBl .ill 555.4541 runt la' II' TV 305.. 0000000
Clrrk Circuit Fm Mttnitt llranM ill T... :w nlpiny b..o'l.' hoiiplt.u tunities" ads In UN". lift pool Pools MB 5-1400 atliTWO I
,ilEAL ,..lion. today'spaper Montgomery I. .
irouo Sod 4.1.
BUILDING TRADES .... MU I 1131 "cld..1 Wad .
"pi II W* Trllr .
By VIVIAN CAIHIER'TYPIST, ** day 45bosr holL. AD.1 Borda D. ". GET A CAS HOT WATER nth. CII.
"' r> Paid, tarltlob CompaiHi .! _Drln ____ for best buys.OARDINQ "t_, *. Uton Park IIOROOM bm fr rmNlr
jo.. h *f. rii5". ., Building, Cerptntirlnf .". good ....Lln. Miary LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR of haw th HEATER FROM WARS HAILIR FOR il* *B diilrabl IM IIM. 111 WO Man
S II R.rurllv Writ Uk.land Udi.r lot ". imt..
1 r i.l kol appllincn hai oprnlni for Have Hot Water mrar lot Woodtll TrallrIllat '
Miami 111. KNrldi 274 lImoS Wea *. At II JirkH. W_ sIboos
WINDOWS alumInum Nlelr
HUnWlB. |.(|7| .. 001511.5, .....,.. .IIM. ANTBO CURB sill 1. Muni k* IICh.lft o000Id000dErod"I.m.o. birkiround .. You Need ll! 11.. Adull ..1 fIHIHI. .1.

U 714 to a>*nlhi w pay SE ENTERTAINMENTneed al Drin-Ia, 113 Mi* ormllloa L Bo. P.8JI. Lk.l.ndLad..r. :* LIVESTOCK '48r. In.II.11 rtAVILO TRAILER 111]", .IN.U I-ill.
''' Contour' laiarta. impa HI.h.... 117 N. Kentucky krdracm O O Klakad, I I
:: :"J
I.1111 A. Ilmap W'i ANTttTODNO 1,151st- ....lItoo'A..I 0505 N.m. strut. i

IN tm cmeuiT MU -10M P losS, CI'II ....I.. 0111... City Work Wanted $t Dags Cats, Psfsrrnrs MU 2.1103' ACkMAKIR | BMr n*' me TWO **drMa lam.. *.

THE TENTH ;isTIR. sL.octE Sod Dolt' not be expensive. H.II 5 onrdlllen, : h IN, 4)ulrMl i room. Onlii rwi klttk

CUlT IN AND I ".,Id' IOONI, rro.I.. AKO atuautlv ROLL K..MU 1 08 *. Chot.i sill.:Riw Ta.pa .- .. ,
COUNTY Classified sec- SIlt n. TMACTOR WORK w'.lId 101... i Mu.lcil Imt. Is. lad booS
Hi .
,.. .U 1.11150.. Check the rktall waltriM. Baprnrury .. Sob los Sod low doria and Trd Via LIII.. N.. PI.n. 0100010 .
CHANC."Y. .*. John L.uaIO. HUH dl.tn. luID..I.. "ul..rr Bllh.ir. Plans MU o. fHncd yard .u.S a'
fIr .
EMINENT tlon for good buys In used 1".b C.I souls TIIA'LI" oInSS t. Milk, SkMI. _
P SOC IF Di nsya \7 .nd eo. 'irtow Prod, I. .r. MU '-11 .. Cl. 11._ S sod C.U.II 10 .1.

C... N*. 1I*' Oil IIDGMCUSJlftO TV and Stereo sets. AITRMI AND OSI1.OI000ol di> UN1OR WRIT all Lawn Brrflci ,.. POODLE sh.*. pr*. THE NEW ... '
THF BOARD Of M rok. Apply in union. IOJ7 But and iprayln. moo "waibtn and .1..1 inwmlp. pup- wrm LOWE PIOUItTRAILBR MM: 10Mp A. S. MORROW
IMI KacnlMO Road. .
Plot .
MUll. e.4 4cm. tea io i. la ,
OTtOM OK ADIBUSINESS pa oUai Phlni MU I 113*. U ao 53.4I4t. Soon, 551.1051. ORCHMTRA CON MO aw*-cie.n Board Tri.
1'Y. FIXMIIDA a :LTIRATION LADY, on000looool ...t MU '-3700 134 crncBtrl YOU PLAY a Park. AakuradlM. DULTOIUI LI
pnratlon of lbs Dtat !.lid".' ....'.I. Sieilllnl opporr ) '. LakMand Florida lOITER PlO'S. .. t too .itn tour ...hl kind sod wuatlcallr ranch *
Ida, oIo'I '11011 nwarai'Mary. 110 laoSISIS Irrl.r DU..I.. 1.5151. ... .. own .*..aol* ailodyiromw 124 Track 40* 01..|
-- TRAC'I'OII Sod.din. .Imo"o
I""'. Llkilaod- .. plantlai' .llim" .: dlMl ., kl. rnbl"'. 011,01 I.hbilrp. ills iron l los full nrr ihird tint-!>.BOM>. nr Trai.NO..RI 11 'II .

v. WRITS WOMAN for kiichm hiln n mowini, Mi' CHI a/Mr all SOAR PLAT 55 I
J.I0.U"11 II' .
ROT ODOH, .. al., SERVICE Sod dun ....h.'. Muss h... p m. Bill Siratton H5 *4, 'i .. 1005151"II. 1020 I. TI MANY k..utlful itylw BOW ... 0 tl... ONS SICROOM. N lr farllMudCiraort. .

nprttlon from I* 1* inon i CHRISTIAN MOTHBR kwpl rhll- .am. I dl..1, tool. V, .oml..1 I..r.IUa. 'I ,ondiuoanu *iu.
NOTICI Of "' .... .. ; .. ...
.J.17H.WHITi"L Id"n In hr homo. Laru plo.. AiHiAH puppln AIM CANNON lS' ... .J7U. n. tulltlH furilinm
? OtlCiC MUSIC co.
r : to .. ''ro., r.nr' yard *IUMOBB!* Cblhua ., .b..I. N. polO OTIS
PllI'Ii'FlufliN.ld. for SodbonnIao .IM. Phon ttl.tot!. bus SlId Sn null. o D Brut, JOJ 5 005.145 A... en"1t 125 Inn Ho'lII C.m' I... ..aao..
IN TH" NAMk mirtd MUPI MuitJ .. O..n .. .. .
"erum. '701ALMATIAN .n' A. I. .
AtTHnrillV OK DIRECTORY h... m..... .."1."'.... Call ALES .
OK PLBIIf .441*. tosS Ull. Ukilind, .h... 5554 lot -i PUPPIII, 1..1.PIAnO. MASON Rimlln, **ni '. u.m kUM Dad -

OK POLK ('OtTN' 11802. ....'el. -I ......-beutl**... ..Inul t.l.h. Llki n.w. *ic>llnt .,.. .COt ... WO I... Fef Haul, MlKsllsnssu

1'0 AM. WHOM : FOR YOU TO USI AS A QUICK REFERENCE 1701,0550 WOMAN wssu. d. .mprr. ibol. 140 Mob. Wllklan coodlil. Bartw _1.131 73S. 0:1 1.1 LlaoilB A.**. 11

CPI6N: : end 10 aU "... YOU NEED ITI SECRETARY 00.5. CoIl NU 52025.TUDSOT. 8rlo. aJ3lee.AmL 8PEI BALS o Bibr Orandi., POP] .. ar 11BulldlB .. JO ..D".

1106 0571.10, .r WHEN _ ( Wyioa. .Iudl. Con*). and BplnotibirlllB RENTALS I 40 1.5 sodrmS
till. 11I1.r..I. flis limit ahoipnit ......., SIALI. dolly.. osys .U.ld MalMWi R..I *. lra, IM 55151 50,1505.550.0. ba HMd M
n.n to or on thn.* ; Appliances Moving & StrjALLIltD In Ill lSOoS ha. Immrdlat, ... Ins 1.'n.' 00011100. CIII I l.milfi, 111 II*.4461. 4410 Floo'id 105005, 740 i -jot im IIJO
of land h.rtlnartar I 'sorO for *t.n* _..11" wltkM ,1J-10 ...... S JO Booth 21 lssksssa Riot per lotWMa Ill Moatana

lbs following pr moon 'ItOMPT rrpiiriwihlni SO ''''rI'. VAN LIBM for **lt .**. I S y>ari '''.1.... Mholainlni sod S 30 wwkdiyi1LORBD BALI"Irl'fa Ba.ur Frr- U.ID. .ALWIN.H..d. Or.01015 P" fIT 1* .* tars. III... bedroom. cl
.u.nl. "Url NIB '., BBfaraukMI
.II unknown mSohbOOS' Sod 10' brimS. Tirnall Wrhu Moot k* pr.tlfl.nl In WOMAN wint din 15,0.11 .I.h. *r
p.raona and brad Don Alltn WIMsavannah bulls 510,115 01.0 .'/ .r .0015. lasdIso II
throuih. or undvr ...... nil ThrIll., CIII, Tranirw In*. Aim*. MU, .holII.n'.. in. Bolos all and of bav* rirlrnr Soot or lln dir wooS .* .,dCII .2' Avonu, UHilandABrSH A'... 1.1.1.I. 1 121' sooth Florid. A.... .sraoO I BlIlM o LoII..d.. Wen 171aiMth
ic pntui I.n.rol'alii. .
DlpartmlBl. lid Illi. 4-PIll MU 5.1.125.Fm .I
who ir Sold or .* work SpoIl.5515.00,111 PIMALI PAILS sad wililo, oil.II5 *.B.u ar. Cia a* ..od far .n, .,. tws 5010505., _.t.
1,0,0. 16 b. d..d or Aute Sirvlc II Mat IB ipptaranc and ... N TAL AAHI8TAI4T B>p>rbnrd ,. toy 551100. 505.4211. I 10 IsitMronl Io lpmirf .. *f biulBiM FIMily parkin I luraUhed IM pr .
AIICIL Albilly Repairs _I Plln'ln 1nlnl.ilSIlod3n Con. Hav* rvfrrrnrti. wiihnlarnt 50004. Jiul a fiw *.. from 1"1..bsIil 5s0050 Wi lre
O"OM sod : PUPPIM Pull thtn Colin. IM Blllwar trmtail
poilllon MU S .lo
art tmplormint Biiprntior. In. Car MACHINK .
c.1 Prlildalr Alas
(.116111 hI. Olfa T1RI Bcrtlr Front."PRINU BPFCIAk. Will IIIlnt' J"3. Dwh.huBdi 130 wndrfal .,.k. MU .- Will' ml fcaM fr IIM
trIISIb000l lI'not.1' 10 Cb..1 I flab .
Ill, Prado riH,'. alintn.nt. tourS.,4 oso blor', trim on* ...1. paint Inrludrd cool 501111 "orll A...".. Iso.In. a la ibooM from. 1 ,. *l MM drink dUp.nun.. Slabs.loss (..I. I..P). O, L1*.
ll bilanclnl lIrsan d UMd I k*< IwI
Tjik.lanl iiionda 1 two or thru Mdroorn 3444. d'o. 840 SQ FT.OFFICE 555 Dirh'l kwaitt tOll
PlInidi. I. .
.. 0.100.1. MU 18171. MI Bt Ptnbiiri .
PAP.CIL $2I.AMAII houu. for .... Alan bOimwMhPAINTINO 1* FINANCIAL 0011100001 AND Cbl505050.01- .oll..t. tail Main. pbB MU H3limnt
OfiOM PRFEI Frwl' BM Olornl 10' u524105. __ SIlo I 005510. 1513 UrH.. s..7 A..nd.1 WO f4MtO .
IIPNNKM: IDOM >.lr* C.ntr 1711 North Florid YOU CAN HELP wood MU I.llld. W. .* Turk**! DTBI (tr* Bulldin' U M S RCIAt.viMwd 1G115'ftZ
12S Woodlnwn ... for 111.1 5lInn0 tSf'5. WAIHINO, floor finIthlni Builneis Oppertunltles I 12 Wanted MlicellomeH 1)41. PlIed pirilni I. Irons *r MtmtahK muuIt

'..k'llind. florid' ,."" Inoprotb.anlh. Inurlor *itrlor work., the Four i 6 .n' rart TrrM liootator Id..1 Rd* K1UT 1117 55.0 M..
PARCIL *lHnin oSO with tni I.'." rio.., Plo ""...t... .....n.bl. prloii. family budget. or i 01CB BUBINBI 9 Poultry t S."II CASH POft nt NM ,., lSoI.O's 5511.51osopIn 'MrMI SIM IM-4IVT artlM.

it i point ..,,'.m.nl. Our BiKhanliprtly 153.1501. IIJ.3111. Mr Turman,, five hours a day will bring 00,0001150 Mi sub and,. InmmiTRAILBR L"LA.R..I. ..U J. 37. .uU.I. ..."..
boundary of Hertlon .> tak can of ill n 1531 .. .... U'DA Food Tarkiy h.naDy.o.odooddo.nlSIltl0000d :.Nd sip c.dUI.'..1. 50,15.p. .ITJ
you a profitable Income. .a..1 "'d. GOOD UIID furlllur and csn .
.iloStoliOlo.. Cull 111-333 I ,111 f".I.h. .
ahln which il la South: 'I.R,:: : t imtM. W* lIon IH Picture frames 1107. .M pound. "*.b. "... d.oartnt. hotiathold lt*..T. .!*** I laid M0 Z7,.T.k. I. lo OSnlStOP h

Northw.1 111.17 llampiAute I Write AVON Manager a Cll L..nd", .0 ....h.,.. I' tit P.r'.* Ao.sus. MU J.3.1. 0. 2001155'. IOOISOI4I ,
.' POSItlIllifiamol
PlOt R B .
U I'RA"" '
Isoolloot I 2*
ew er NW P,0 Box 1395 0". 1.1.5. Db rnlih4 Aportmwtt IJ.It'
t4 and mauldini. CultIsm andriady JobS 2. ..
lIon. II'moon III : Seat CIVIH I If aiad*. cialnr, Art Ihop. "01.,.. BIDn.. .t Wontid Lln.tak".1WAITD' AUTOMOTIVE 12 Hotels Apart. Hisses
..m W..I .. .O' Orliani Blr. ..t. MO .3104 or .IO IRNt11 OR aafanUMd. Prt-
Ulnn SIS I fool AUTO Cmri, Co PARK 34 IPaMItrtllir C A r. .. M1M Mauo ,
to th* North ;,nnJ f : .utomi>II.I Intirlori I ill Call 682-4137 1 sod biw S brdronm hoon < D" lop .... Will He Anteineklls Fir Sal monthly Naa**.* ApartBMBU -, 'UI ATINCI Ba..'. *'I ofLak

th* rounty road, Ma n. Phon MU >.7110 Plumbing SuppliesK Lakeland Y 1 ..r... HOOOO Writ I II'I.w Pain atU MD 1-444 I. W.,... 1150 .. lit-
.I.n. th. North .. N.a. Lakeland UdltrOMB JI M* CHBVf O Ur **BdltlOBSiilowialu U. niklr. .o.hl > 10110 l lfr
lulldln VouritlfPlumblDi u"._ two 5.40,0....

of aalrl th* dolt of way H MORRIS and BIHtrleal Do-It. SuPPHHPra .POUR unlla. oomlilply MERCHANDISE nur, Ilal** =".ral. CaUUMd *I i blInkS., ISO, 1.1.' ., .. Food ntlrid...**.|*aid. wlrtlola.
oouiitr AWN1NI. : 4lils.
road Inloraiilloo and dilltlrru .rnlh.d. Good lacatwn ; turn bus. H34747L
100 tonI lb .. pat-oa. hUMi 51100005. I. Cou.. 7.3.W'
enrun tnrnd.M CIIb CIIBIM. 1481U
I I rinui PIP cut and 10 LADIES 10 PloCl F ; APARTMINtB, *a* *ad M. H_"
nne.o in rr ni sad fcnoln rn.n MU ... lieMilml .1.2.1.RUTAUIIANT lltyil MttertytlHTRIUMPH tsr. oIls Is5oiod. 13 I.
B4 knurl IIr" Sm. room, llooni. ., fw
'"... 10 0 point Fa.t tar fr.. ..U..... .MJI. Laklaad t LI. ,55 M' .''L '''.I'..I ., Dial .. IU Nw
hnrlnnlna then AOII N.w builniM sod lu.ln.i .,... AND Tamabl oslo; T. Sbos.sp.'PUONIIOAO ..
unIon* nf no .* Cencrete I .3a.t.I.: .... .
PrlRHniRidloter PIBIBI I will im- lib iod bU'ln. .oln. 00 Ml Mffe. BlMIrM turualawdMi I fRO waioa Free Rent
I.. to ".
th point' of bill ladlM for ,.ar round wooS .Mf IIKBM III.44M. II3M5IIMloblK IPOTI BMdal latlok I *. '''.11. air ondltlonlni, A'ARIUNTI .
Contalnlnc 4.14 arm. .. OOMCRII1 Mn '.' I .lira. .... .. ,: Sb? 50.5$ .."
PIllS AL" .14' 501,5151 ....... *0010 Room 111 ....d. lulldlnla .1 Lkilo, CoIl C4. IHhia .f 500 5.5555iriiwxos 1
": nOY Drl......., rlno,.. .,d....... Prota.IS W"I .. "'
rrt"> nAil "U 5.4404. eo.11I 555.05 1 p lHuridiyBi *. Brrrlr 5,111011101 I.mar. .2.. 1:20. Free Towing
nDO\ .
bin' *" itrta. nrbi, pallDrepiriH Sod .. booby" 5054o .
Lallorb..d. lilh010aIlhllU pprn mono. lbS ooSaIoO VOLVO boll. twin rSobsOlloO5.IS.
PARCEL .3 .... Ko 5. loIarrto. ....141.. 0 flop .
iciiMAI ri ui wrrHaoftoon.
... *
''n. WANTID ... onatItbos .. 51004 trBaiMiB. radi, ." tIll April |
B..ln at i point ...... : WO"AN II .orb Mrnrr .. avantowiit Os. ., vrMtrl .
boundary of Kn-tlon SrtlcReweevlitf h'.. hot 1oI..t.. HI A..I AIJI MO. CN.innstalloy MU 1-Sail. blab IM*. IMI IMMI aVMMMI.: hmt, rl'"I: r. HD".TI4 I in miril Ftart** matt altri
: "U 3-1504
hip IT Poitb : wikHb *0.5115. ._. MMIkMB 50 rk
which' I. .uo' lbS $00. P'I .po. 414 Bern. 97 Articles ; D' 5010. "' tOsallsl. POUBJ ROOM ud MIR wii.u- nit:
10.415. 'I I '.1
ANY TIll 0.151. SIeil. wall ,
tho North..t ." MAPS drip. "Ipr... .10..,... ._"n.. rolSIldIliSPrado 54 Help Wentd, Mole C..I..t Roll. WilL '.. 00 I'. I: urallor IPUDI. Mull litlp Ml *.> .Irl.. 1 IMIIHM aiakllMaw n t.nl. raiwhu Ma,
toW 15 "' NW ** l and ....I.t.rln.. Your I... 5 .d'.tor' ........ IW Ir.d.. 1UO. AUCTION SALE 3.1541ITMOICUST : all sow rlln.
tI.n. Ih.n .anUn" or an". FrM ..11''''.. IB 1.5101.SADIaTOOm. SMPLOYSD .NOW want t* kaidtop. *uloDialliaiMilM. 'U1
aid '..1 ''''''* ha.... I.., lor.... 5133 ".. ur yourvlff Rnuall CBP P.CAll. lhl. I OM Every Saturday, 7:M p.m.BAXLA'S ". pwr krak** aalirlni kfltACTIOlLT u : : ALL

Krrtlon pll.In fool, .. ""h..,. .....H. 'LOCKe .I..nod. Hi UkUaadralalni Mush MIL tit. MU sod Iwo Solos. : :1 ITS NE
to 'S .1.1.. Cftl..p'i.. mllbad. 110.OSlO. .001111 P100115 P01150
th. mirth point boundary JIM ** PentnIncirn .11 .,.... O.n'lOr' 1301 NO IXPIDIEICI. 1001.1011 JOHN J. BRENNAN AUCTION GALLERIE &* Miii.isio OR mat firMih I Out To"
SoulS PlMI.... .2..1.. furelih. all whit*. IBr I 10n4 BU1CK lood llroi krakM.,
mount road, tni>n ., .. Th BIKIIM RMM" >** Laka ... _. 053
dobbS PrSILOO-LMLA..OII410S .I.'u
r* AWn IB Lakelan .rl 0.0011005 motor. 10db. air CIRCLE! M
(tl.tano of Ill foal ." P1501 CO....,. M L. M.r Drlf Fboa* MU1KB
In"i BlarllBl par III pr WMkMuit ..n ff TM41M nouwry sold BiruM
w. Buy *r ** > ,
North (11 10 fort m ... DrI.... .. ..... marrlr-d and bftwfn ai* Soy. II SPuss Sills.. 5470. 002.13211. .
I. S nolnt 1:0,1: of I ......d. W. ...n. : ... rka MJ-4M DUPLEX sod MOBILE
osrsi. apartial HOMEThis
P..ol:1 FOR ... BlOtlle a 4 'I U MB 4-MM -
b-alnnlim, thn run Lohl..d In.u.", EXPERT p5 "n. If Inivrinc l .UICI ..n.lbl.. ItO IsO W. furaUkM'
w Nial l-
...... ... 511055. Inlnl. "
I soya.I r..1 Pro. .oIIm.i,. hSI.a .1. 1 A' .
UIID TV'S f' tit Ou.raatMd Ob .Do. 113 atU _
nf boo hi" f" ..... rSbi 10110. 5o 1l5015 S 1101.I. WI HAVS'taawd'liM. .P .In.. rar TOTtI. < Ssolm 1_. 1.I..d. Wek'. Sp.cUl
Cnntalnlnt VsrsItvrs i .... ....JlI. Iwo U) albltliu, 50555.5 .fMilly .IOTICON toymr w* flaaaM Wrk Bltritint lob I MALL MODERN "ap.rla..at.ri .
I7T .,
wllb 551 Ad.S.SlIsIaa TATION
atflintod WAOON
I ... WMB th* .... of II and plan :M. f.ur arr 1. lma, lr .1. II* But New
000000ssOOasdsa,4hrnS050noy .. MU MaMtlTt boll i i.rl .
funll. 1_. .flB .b. ar* InKmu ,la aiakiacr A .. 37. Mulpprd .1005. will LmB. Pbn* .. 50 t ROYCRAFT
l'lWilrrI lAMAR OOo : 50,5 | BrnlUi Ai.ncy 413 44 H. runt. tall _1'. wn.r 10
NIC1.I. (10101> II I. ', P.oMluo.. ..... 551. .'10 0 aosr plus ba tln. SoulS Fluid Anlil*. W. toAal r.1 ..."...1.
lAId oiL& TPI0 rm.Ii o.o.o,rod .r ... Polk C nsnly'm 450.0150.IS lost V*& *.. Radi I" knur air .lD 0.05140,1.
\mrCK 00515.51 R.n sours.t... I 101 C.r"lor'.UII 105100. Al.Sb llllMMd. .._.." traaial arouad Ho.. $4995
lion a t
of **
Takli. baa I C DInasI 51151151 corn...,. IN153 la ptrMn to Mr. O O RariiWISHING AUCTIONFriday Banal, 14* Wool Parkn. p
th ihovi .tyl.d ra". Tax 1..1 ti imiut 111 S 1501 St.
$. .... ..u. 41 hrlh P100115 h.nu. MrtdH _$ ... pbm_UJmilltl ._ .. rlrO Wit Alan
lIlkin.r lbs *p<| : __ Only .. ;..
7 I
.f th... prorMdlii.a CRRTM.IB K.w toooo, Days P.M.
Inf of thi ahov .. INCOME TAX Swimming feels aad BUT.'IUILD.aiortaaiM Mil MflBiaM. Flr.t 1. 7:30: PJ Ilk* .*... P. MMrini bt._...IPliA.- On

for P.tltlon lbs, nurpna In not : $3 and up POOLB cl.sanu O, MpalradIBI IMI Corp af PIOrldS.S00S. 1150IIs w. 0.60 o.1 ,f. 51515 0555-500100>l. 14. Air lao Madiul Call MB1:111 -. ,,. MuUi. MODERN farnuB.41ai. *
thin ,
raiiM An MU B.3137 0510.ICL.H. MIIMM Od I Sills.
.It. I nrao. B to d eniajlc.l. lupplli "" JIMMY : atwi I wwk **ri. all dlalurday ., MJ3311ATTRACTlVI. Q.1
w .
nulMini. WAiB. 70S (ait Main. irABORro" i .... *** OlllltIM loolloLod
I In Polk County. .' H&R Block Co. UU 4.1.54. LOCAl *, Biort- AUCTION CENTER aad B ,. Mait 51f. .' Ul'M,: .1u. II1M-I1H WMtly.

on. of th. Jud... .._d.,* A U .. t P ... t,Bitlon I3MO, to. 413-411 IBOM For I | .I BMl MUST BBU IMI MttMdM 11 russ apart*.!c"l. .osooi.Si NI,. .3
Court In th. .nlh Ilk Al ,... II TelevlileBS h. .I Maa. Aw MadluMMd. AltO ) ulllltlM I.r. 1501.5151aulImsiM ONI .
cult of Plorldl. will L i Lnl Walllwl .II day iBtardar sad .. I'." .. ... .0.0. r..th" trailn -
.ii &A..PI. 553INS.
diy of March A. II. IM West Walnut St. lbs ... .II.bl."II' CARr. .. W ya M-4H41 1111 Iad.BndBM.. 'O. o 3 .

>clock In In.Ifioro FOR.TlLIVIllON noain n 'a1m. I*.MI .n...... 05105 sod ..n.d. .,*.. Bud *.. H... ONI UallrnJ .
Droult Court Phone M6-1938 *. .. I.... Mllakl MMIM. Mil ,knlBl ..*. C0S000t5OS5$ sad ..rn.. UbM. Billl-Midi .b". 117 A". Wentsd Mil L.nOi. c l .110 LO $ _Taal*0'1,
Florida fbrllty CII,. MU ''1'' PItA it ISO ndundl lit. .I' .
ranaldrr aald Ompar at likrk It ..
of Tiklni, appoint : :;; INCOMB ... ...- oMIitilon Lak.land Moruaiilo .W.... ',. WMOOMM !*>. 55115. 1000101 WaWo t000i.Iod RAO.III MOMS VIUI 050.055.

dorm milk auth proiwr ordrr. All .... I ::.nt PM. ISM.o.ralanud.n'.S.r.. 40: *. 7M 1111 I UphelsterlniBAonrrr FOR A BOAT? Cool sun. Woin. ..1 TiaatiM AI..... 0,1..nl!Pakrln Until llihwtrI or, |B.lll WAI, CO C.A"5-1501.050. .I' 31 11510111,5 W. Vassal 1005101. Isbn. *I..Ir r.*1131* -.W>.l4,O1I niiakt>.. ft*.

pile and Miirti.il bInS sithlm CPHOLP.TCTINO sr ..r. 4. 100.0 .. ..,r. :
.'upea i and ill parti b. hoard** *.4IM1temp _. Bill ..yn ..* d'..... *-1 C1.Ol1slaLt0l'PUSi4.. irUrndwM. I ASH FOR YOUR .. fl'.es L.. .o iiM _II -.IW.. o._
MaM P>*> MtiaiaKi .i.k u 017,551.. Itartk rterx131 *.
and plan dnlinatd S sad 1 aipiilrwidd CA ..: JI
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Repaln aad d."..". "' *.. .414-44. to* .
Tau and ach of Holllnii.trlb odVsnstles iniiarai wtM I P0.15.00 01,5101145 .. AIID S ** aoari. .

by 0nimand-d to v. *. RtPLACBMBRT IhadM PQ wlihlng won't mike Feed Sill h_. sad HIM Oslo So, .. .1 Is's .. .I i ...1 1.1501 TBAILBRj M pr.*l| |*l
Sn in.wr to lbs 'I 05.5.55 d rapair Impinai 7 .rlil. Horn >iiyry M*. Pba I M' 1111335.COTTAGE. .dull ado. Pntw r in* m.

fri filed In thu. eaua ... bIOS noah OrlMBi AM.lwnmwr ) Hinds ads IIM. WMtar tUBUfaetunaiWakaill CAR PAYMENTSTOO ILBCTR1C .I*. PhoM .
I -ut O..Ue ROUND PlAY nark PMI Sad Illb.
tltlad Court
on or OIU 1.1135. VIII nCAL8 AND b.oIanulabaJ5S515015001. DIOIS.-IOOE lIft 'lomb Is. prt>*M nltod .
day of April A. D. 5.051.11, 51,5511 will. Tun t"It torSale" MU mm. Ucax '.MaiaN blot, 45.105. 51151055. W.no.*r .pOSObdtd. >, Wad BioDUPLIX U4 Meklle Hem
whAI rlaht I till I*. ..,.Ir. ..._ AIM .vll>oklM p000.Sian P. 0 .l MU 00.05.5. 510115500. 054 SIbor f... HIGH? _.. 152.2513 I .

you, or liny of you Hindi Air.I"it* Mt ..r'? I today's ClamV- nuN Psospooti load I 511.05 55 5205 emboss ill Dlxi. 4UI"'to.
0' the '.. CLBAK auracllr Ssooo.00Ss. MO.a. I.
and.y ahow rsu.Iw RSPAIRINO Bawl VII U06WCUHIf ( section find 'Juit I .. .1.. 5501100015 AMI** Prnd.els C win piy o klta M* ninir. Wawr. .. .. lop .
Molt. hrpnd. luy aol 1 .31' you. lass aad .
: I OLA.S SOd _. 00550. Ills iwmtioa. rwkuk MIIMMa 1..1 Sews,
not b Ukn AUT .
and.l'uld *al B>*...... XI._. SUM tMM "0 US the eIght on*. ti'rP6'l'0LlZ.ft for .,.. II*. .'.11. For tr milmSloyslI ,..la *a* ai affordBM '. .h. CaU 5531205. --.
purpoa 4-1.40. lod ... .
till",, fil'd hrln' OUT a Call J. Prtcl MO I MU cliff' *. lit .. Mr. IWMU A.n.bl INBA LAKI.. BONB1 PW .Makli
of TVITNKMS Mid Court my*n band th. ) IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS :o 11 d"" Bill IM. W ia. 'T' wltk ... 0551 PENDARVISCHEVROLET .*."u. 141.," Riuklal wih .H. Park. Blab lOb..I.,. 1.kxi.,.I

101.....". A. r> IK4P i I Bh*>..MB* .* .Ph..* MJdoutl. will eniwr.a. PmkM, tarn. .4 IU.WI. ..*. ud moor.
: H: PI.OAV. I CIII MU .7oHUROUND 341 pull _MU I IB* BW U"llMk 1

Clerk of th. ( lAL U 6-1 IS.-Aik For Classified PUT HdaukK I yard Bl nEw lX ...1... ..I ...... : r*>'O'R ioVfuralaMaIi ...SOSr0.s1 ur. OMd 00505 Silo P505 fublai_ud. J e.
LL'CILS ... .
,- BT plod boil PosS rlvpani 4251Lsboi.n 01 .00010 IWHI n._ I .
U7IT I I Ills' Rl.d.' ... "1. tuki. III '3. .. I 31* R. PMrndl A.. Call MO 1-4014 .1./: :).. MU IMI S-1473 IKrM r. 4.,.

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134 Mobil Horn Loss 1 __ ANVWWr! eMSM W.TH: REAl ESTATE -* REAL ESTATE
139 UnfiiniUriKl Ham** __ e1 *UT LIOlt* BRINK,KB WIOVT5VthOOU

PlVI 0111. ,.... ..u &lid _I e AND ooosPIar4r SOUND CLOSE, BUT MTHI9 ____ K,40UGH TBMIM IN MIGHT
AIR 153 lIoultl Far Sale ISJ H. Sell
.1. 1eAII. ."'... o.d. 'ba4e .... tOns 0.4.liOOe = ntTUT MCOtRDHfTKB eft .WTEK.OTTVWt THAHGGTTRf
.U'400 _. SS4oLLXTAD 1Io.1.boI.' I.. .M1IoUN.b.lba. Tttr. ...... '" A UQrlT FIFTY DRAPSO OVER AHLBCTOCPOWIRUhll

.... PrI. ..'AftDIlltS. Mobile TWO 810110011. $46. 1010 hi i I
WN' ..
Dra. PI.ld ii.d Old Thmp. blest' cau ItIV ....... t 7 BRICK HOMES

'' *su, h.fl. TWO 110110011. 05Th, _
':. Itwndrp t.eUftie,, :::: ..t.... Will II lIm.. l1I.u', 1131 M row IM Home
These Brick
od rs4. LII.II.... _.... Wool Ohlot Select

..oniiHADY roUII BllDIIOON I.. both ALL BRICK HOMES are ready for IMMEDIATE

LOTI, 1b.'II.ho.rd. "04. to.s 011. bbork tress l.lIss.. li OCCUPANCY. Feature Include
.ra tIthU.' Slsm rsst ",,,,, HOP menia. call "- 111. ,
IhoveN mi IIl&fldyp. CI.sa $56.36 3 & 4 bedroom 2
11IRIII 11I11>110011. ,
.. .. Iii .UI. is.4lossed -
.11to 1Iu. II. ott, Jolts ON baths Florida and dining

.11 "Dta. 110 .7355., ;; Hf matin down
"T' roomi. Al low u $4M

US ...... Ftr Hint 140 WantT* Real Mist. : will wawii nnrmant n Mr IsIsMiop -FHA. and NO DOWN

waall MW Uder. WMllnitltD PAYMENT-VA LMLA.
LAItOI 110011. .1_
Oo U...... _III.... or _a,. NIID ATTRAemrB bama, fur.nutwl ..
lit.. Prloa or u'unll.b" for .
raaionaMa. hroW50MI 1.1:14.: "loaal "" .110. Par ... rank EGG RANCH


rub and Mid water la .'Wo OB tor.. twdrooB .. 10 ACRES with a Dice S
room dnilr
Mil. nor Chona..... Hn mild oar Mntoa mu.Mir. 141 fureuhMl. homo Cntral. IH bat bolt tad Flor"Mm. ..... 144 Acnefje LIlt Fir Sa 46 Firm, 6rvet, Ranch 153 H.u... Fer SellPOFIRCI.0010 1153 llosssc Fer Sell 153 Ham** far Sole CO., bedroom 2 Bath home with

tM-7141. Oraniaolrf. o..bl. INC and flit-\
earport OI1172ICUAN living
Urge room
.... Ill lIMIt Kontuekr A... MINIrCuroam PITS ACIlt _... Itl down $05.000k i rCMB nonr raat TalenalaTaoold ; RBFOMBBaibaiwaln > OWNa 8AU. 1181 55105.0
mitt ONFmirannD Mol Rod, ..110.. Ita7 .om.... plctura cravalotOOO u stop bnkalnn ..... .510.00 tIres bIas "'(,... YlIrolb.dn.omt 411 5. P05. ,... place Florida room
LIivM.v _. ..I..... TNt, larato or tarn alar.a I Manorial Bld MO 1-4101. ao ten Valmoln' aloe Moo Rndr _110'. tin B. Maorlal 1ft WI 0.15. 710,. $50 PER MONTH 150.11511 005.3430: icreened porch work shop,
bill, ""' 10 .tlrsmss. Tlt'ploi.. .. .....730.roar p5,454.551.5557 50' ON loot Florida Ann.. ran ....I.d... 1100000, a foarUrnu. .. BIX .M- 07THREB I Ill I.... ... h. Uwlog no.5 '
c.II M1J ...n". .ut wl .11,. U* ar raat, M. 100 aciwl araniM ... lourraat BEDROOM CB. Ilkl nromar ... 14001 0411000. 5000 Or... ,.... I and 1 kxlraaai tram* IIOBM and 2,000 beautiful whit

.at hid prt.st.biuissi ...... ._ Cost. Oordn W...... Roalt. 100 tot WM notanuak tvooooo .- lot, nil hut awnditmiiniHA. doll IItIV 1-4.11. mat most be Mid Immtdlital Leghorn Hen also air-
_.., CIII. Mesh Sir REAL ESTATE MIl '-..,, '. MTJ 1470TTT ..r.... 30 nora sins pliRraltw. Iwo W.... loin Stilt. 44) i: 11010011 0.0Si low. No ....""... M ....1.. _.. 50 1 conditioned fully equipped
: -OPEN-
lot. 00.1,4155 = :
50.50. .50.100000qsIparflL :
Sits _.10. MO IIMICLOBB bOf. DartliMM Ukolanloot .. .. lall.IARO.11I1. 10400, 55 $0010.: 500000. Minimum down aarawnt
.... ,
DOWNTOWN. .. ..., .nt 143 M.bls! HMM Lets 0t aJll'. I' 10005 ellr.roM.. .. 000raO. pirblos.0.1.1,1.. $110,000 rOad BBAUTIFUL moderniome ,.1103.... .North W.bI' A's.. M1J SlId. r*>llondar man In tbrouib far Informationrani rrldar SMS. egg house and J acre of

insist M wot*. 123 Stilt NIW .1" molt sold wwr. 0... .......... Coil Mod 1I.k ....ID.. throa bid...... l% bath : .0. -EVERY AFTERNOON550 pasture-CCM7411.
Tort An., MD I4U36MCE YOULL mjor IrOn. 003)0.. 005.1555 oP MI\ooI. 'I'boo, 'Ina mrner lot, oonranlant ho... TWO ) Iwo.. mllh
ROOM for own lot In Loko._ Trallor 55 row batai LAIUlLAND kIOHUNDe. ,.. ....1... .....'11110, .... _..'.. II... niar Crritnl ....... II too I boos Io'D: = 0157, 100 ho'f000istlo MU 2-6118

no mist nntlrau.Pbou anroutluaio Into lot*, awad ._te. au' milk 30 ble troll Br_. 4>..a711BEARING. taob lot agultr.. Orln kr Hit : .. 011005 tofU '003011.IN I
hot. ar _1011. tu- aol all 510011... _"I.ted. Two Call IU4 nlik IM.1KIIBARGAIN so '"ob.... Annua. Call owner. IIAUTIPUL .0Iu.I" T.... YOUNG PLACE SCOTT KELLY
bl.... tool at Uk. rarkor .. 0054711. GROVES >M>7Ut, Milrolm TbornaaHRRB rio l>ark Aoolnd LII,. atreetnchool Too MuchToiiUirrnnif
JUMM (.....1. FnUow tIe... BEdward BEOHOOMS I'" bath ) aJmoel niw thru bed-
.. With tea* NEW 1 BEDROOM.: lit
Hollowar, Jr. lualtorTHREE Florida room, air wondltlwnadmead ......., two tlla 1Iou... dlnlni Realtor UilA
III' 00"10_. IItIV ..." .. M A-IrriiaUon-I17BOM. rard. losS btvnaln in n room wIlls bllllt-la Ctilna ._.. Why not 404 (Mi*. AIR CONDo Jl HEAT 111 to TmiMMMMU
hOARD Will lu..." too : moo 11 A -*"tr b1..00I.. 'o7 do.hroblt ......_ Call ItIVS..R83 arta Unnt room, innkon norla ..li Altnotlto I badraom Homo, OOMPUTI BUILT IN KITCHIN '..1..
UShulsi Mi5.isuobit. 7IJ: A.Io.IIo300. ... room PLUS room and bath iws, from
or ,10. I r 0534004R0000SD with flropj.oo -'open ALLPO.: ONLY
Bail Oak '' ,,1. -. BtanuhJ -.lorIoslI.a-400,000. II all AND VANITIM.
101'.aoo' Ate .. .. Cintral .'1. Lam Florida Room, bunK
EXTRA LARGE nhndaa lot M CAJITKR $... I* A-n... "'- ::10,000.I. .000. 5050110 C.... lonlni and ........ All Air wlaotrltItoban. ......... Kroh, A dcluikt to aoo. 1140 ON TOOl TIRMI. HitMl. -
autxll ..
A Ulon .
Ut 001'-00. 000515. WIll .11100 Iwo 0.4. RN-Ttl. trtMt 121,JOO WUI ....
. Unhirnldii. Aportt. TRAILER LOTS Te tan. Call Morrll __, lIIaI. 10 "A'_"17 noU-H7.OOO. room knuH. Pnfcot _dill.. waahar,. noubli torn panlrr.nront and Two nlah-ear Mar """I... RENT'PTIONtLuxurlou

tsp MMirr ar UMSM.Ma U ..aIfOtotJa.too.. Idoal Hwatlon.. clatalnnd bilihtaHUM. ........ lama Plui ntlllif momtandaranad CVCN1NOI CALL BrUCKNITMU

"LINcOLN. OOOBT Inant for 001.ApartmraU.aktludi .... m.Ma SEE TED TOWSON Anrll .I..For. Ownar Iliooo.4MI4Mduplei. If lOll. br ....... troaa. nt lilt In the Highlands -4MI aouthaid three

hill, North I-35A UnatU and Want 'tb. LOT #28, #27, #4 ALL OR sos 01 ""'I... 55 Realtor 1'0 Sf1'lO .10', h. still,. inns. 450 shoot-all Call day MO atnrdair D-W49I altr and- bedroom. multi-bath, electric

3100 5,1,0k Polk ..... lUll .ul- MO l-Siel 111 5. Ma Art. a... 00 I..... _.t.. ono '''''d.,. Prloed ronaartabla.ACBDRNDALl On LACREt LANB-Lot 110'r.141'. kitchen screen enclOSed
CLEAN ONrURNUHKO twit: on Reynolds Road Just > OIl, llmita Muse, MU 0.lost. double ._.. 0.. with Hun Oik tnia-.Oholoa Location
M7I.tot Qulaor. IJO ....III. MU aLAKILAXDa South of Crystal Lake Dr. room 0II1e1.bomei opsi 411-414 O'tmeOl. ,Tww I ..... Iwo badroom !bo..SPACIOUS.. loll lanewo CI bO-X lTHANK. ROY Silll[ pool 1094. near Southgat. RO-

tar iirwe, toinliKd with
MODERN TORSO roomo ..I'euk.11olo. 145 Butlniti rrapirty < ACRES NEW TWO ntdroom ba _. air _.IUfOIlno. Inoludlnt wall TOO FOR CALLING
... lull b.l.II. 100004 floor i $1493.00 for Immodlala ..eu.....'. Hot nod nnpor aroand Irritation MONA lUmMOND
hour boor ..ar.... domol.o. Ooo4 lam Und Kartb .. Lake., ... ,.. Urlni arm, bullHn tania. re.... and ......... Walklni. .. (... ... Mt 1-4731 Monitor tMUI GOOD BUY SOUTH!
.ullo.. 112"13.. $150 Down $25 Month TAMPA nnnwAT IM i ear. and, 14.too. 41 ooo down and wo awnlnt winnow* 'nIl SOs bulb unon In "... Qulol nolnriborlood >3 .. Florida ....
Owns... want atfor Jobs Bnn. par mania IBoludlni I* "' _l wrraaw n..... nrowaid 110.... '-'.... IM MWMn atreet POols MU -141 bath
Three bedroom two
SlOWesT larneet 11or. 1M Wait Main 55.R50WBOTIAI BEEMAN REALTY
Phon Prlcid nt lit.000, tot no a Call WO t1304iUCK. .
and loseS ... bedroom npnrtnonta OOIiNO 0 I A L.l.d..III" 000000 ......, MI1 '4431 month attr t law d... pirmonl.Can with aeparat dining room
for "adulu central beat I 682-61K lola ilt. .U &.... MdRuIp Don 50110* MI1 04005 M sos. SalOn it Bin Loom. TWO bedrwont two loU
.. 1WS e. Fll ATI MV Mill
and nlr-oondlUonlni SoUl in For enood. ndmrnkMl, ramS, Near CLOSE IN AT on shaded lot near Lake
Informitloaj ,
boaltor IN 5. 11..1. call Jam II.
000,1st ....... COO,, Is ..I..... BI'"_......10'1.IIDU'TRlAL dl. CT 4-lln ar Dan WlDIo. .obnrob ........ 14,100.: FrttaMhiloron Holllngjworth. Only $14450.
.13394.WIILL 821 E. ORANGE
1111pM mutt Phi 51)4102TWO i A. F. PICKARD CT 1.1413
Acreage Lots fer Sal mAd 011.10. .
BEDROOM duplfl.month. U. trots ....... ._ ...., 11A.ra NEAR COLLEGE kr ...... Homi JOlLY this. bo$0o.w
.born. ..... ...
Ona nrdroom dupln lu HEAtTOR jOlLA with 1'40' VII LEDGER nucEDit A bar
month aouthildi LAND aU'IIOII ..... ami.rlar4 ., lIshwsO. RsIlTcod 110 500jots nntnl SOIlS MB aaiUr kaoonvorttd hulA sOlos. Nob. 55 $000 I. nlnil Jut H bloc* tram .... RO1M7.MEL
Lrahr, .... .... I. Irwolom $0slt.. .. loo 5 Florida Its Into ana houn. Mini
land loo
lno .
0050 lowS 5501001. 11,4 C. nulrlrboard corn. An aitrao..In
tot ttJ41 4U-TM4 Pnana MU Mill Ib,.. .
.lt2. room battu. two ._ .,
UMO ana oattli .. .. tmoM and tt lot aetOlMinAOTinit CLASSIFIED ADS homo aanilitlni of living
trull, .., .
MOOIRN TWO bodoooio 40111's eroai fanmC Corral and laadlni Scot COMMERCIAL lou tlaoki .0 ildawalk _n.IIOU11I810. own. kitchen, a bedroom. tat LMIA REALTOR
11'd. ..-. 570 obntw. IM nar --. M a.monlf Baal Marl aoraor toot NItW 500011. '11'. MOMa on Inka Own. llaeeod In roar porch. Oh .... i
month. (at twnar 1111 BoutbOELOZa MM Steel d.... MO aaraa, Parker .U"M, Farkar Ann... 147 Incem Prepiitfmo 151000 bid...... lb'l wIll 100. ar ,.11... n... nr four badroom ecrttned In Innt caroh alto. to MORTGAGE BROKER
Tsusstooo. M b.... af ,"U. anlf MO.OM root loot twin ...... Walkluihopprnt dl...... ,. weal. for flihlM, iwlmmini. I. 100 foal Iso 0 tor tardmlnl 1327 E. Memorial Blvd.
1000 four BUM tram Cr- -. riorMn room, flroplaia. -
aouTHalDE apartmmt. Mna. DtrpLBXE npaelouo dial 688-4107 time
.ODe... all badroon till bath boAt lou room of kltck clout (iron OarwiM,
C. LoIs or R ... OardnnDick off Sooth LI...,. A_.. _. ana rard wIsh ebruu sod braair .I
._. AU room I..... ..._ Hiona ttlQtllIETIREMENT .... ttgoliiowpLikca
kltchm. oak floora, 313 LnoITI > I Rfaltr. toll Bait MaUi iROVa BAROAIN, It icn ma, I indar ,oo.oouo bios. Pull Inlottna- KEN HARRIS
Altos I phone kdl 113)4nr Plon MU -111): p nraniM, I roan oood 1 SPECIAL cow lion till nltar 4 pm.0SO'0oIO_ A Still .........., HOME AND
ca dunlali. BMtaMn Birtlallrttrtlihcdi Realtor Btfhantor LKtltd .
.... ,
North Lakiiuid HlraeV lonlr Mlonlnl-trpw homeUireo .
.. 511,000.
CHOICE BUILD1NO sIll 1501ind
040'. llrooll bM,1o5 35 10 a.... 19* down, AltO illolsiotnon. I..1 oIly, ...... noar m-ltai Horn, knit. M s000roIollk BEDROOM..CI..11.boss.., ,low Olt.ar's 01. bid......, two full bauulrraww <4< Bedroom and 2 tile baths I S.. riorlda AVI.Mllll I ONE ACRE
..... .
VII .. till
tiocnOMUHtD hOOd IItI.blo BI.. .. Call MIl 0. I Bnnlnl, Msl00lmThumbs. ....te... '1._ SqIlIP or wIt roof InchidMM.
0621. IIU _,., $54'7000o 1t.1 Mdoons. FOUR iiiDi;;;; ; ...... bosS .... sod trallar 'ro tullr landioavad IronOWNER double garage-112 feet on I ,
ADS O.sltor. .....711. n'"r ... Wnrdi. rmt l. 111.000Hi 10 554 00.5. ..... ....... Iooo. $5,650
OROVI LAIID 10 Sores, plD. 000 110111.53 0 Oold.5 304.DrIua ,..... ... ,
or ....... "'.UH. Ioulb. iS'JOl .11. b.iotllid Ia... 1100 lake-shade-RO-1142. BIG

1J' Unfvmlihid" HII... iarn.._.Uon. .uBlluI Laktland blob los landr land BEST CITRUS AREA IN IBO' PROWLing two lo..... In ...? WILLOW nnwnw. Threebodroom down IIU ....,.80..t 5000101' 50000. all PRI.EREDUCTION I antlU Iran bouM la. Sold OMill.Uon .

oil. Polo *M n.r aora. To... nduitrlil nonlnt ..... HfducadUahr. I batS aarpalo lltlntroom localwl set WUuto aoboalknaulllullr
ALSO PAKTIT ,...IIb... a and dowatoi Ik b. OardnarO. ST. LUCIE CtJUNTY. 40 A. Raallor. flo Harm M..... family room nlr. andluonln R. M. MARLER t. .,.....*.* aero.iUd .
a 1Md..... Mil Root HealiorIU7 : UK M Plot K. Ull a i grove good varieties, heavy 0024351.DUPLEXCO.. .. nitin, kltohen with ""... SALEI! _ort van bur, bi .un la inU pi... .. _. atlractln abrvM
Inn Memorial '11d. 4B44M07 pick lualtr. .Mil Halt 11.1PA81VRI 10 Srapefruit about 18 .00 ... 15. sonS 4IJ.I444 for appointment.NO & SONLMLAas.htnr. T room h..... Owner boo and.ooo..mulnd. rr., 14 larat WO oak..rn tnof.II .natallabla.
P100* MU3. Small dowa
.Id.. 5004 adsOs.. mill\ DI', UUAUmSo Uireo payment i-n transferred to ,jaokaonirlllaid
kodroome. Call T. R TWkir, Jt.
THREE BEDROOM with carport LAND 400 aem. yean old. Excellent pro- morujm.. c.... 481-KKH. tOur lobnoli, ahopnlnt will ....111.. lor quirk Ml*. Rool.... at MQTtn..
I. .. ..... uml. on Parknr lot In Medulla. tIhraa Ihroo bodroomi, Mk floors, iopiratw .
407 OMIt Maaiathwatll. ITI 004 o0 oomo m ductIon. Priced far below law down nrmant, 4KI ...lblr. 1401 B. Matt Bk Ml-ltt.
month Coot Brown, MO I-I31E. .1..... Naar Plant ClI,. Onl? Watirfrettt Ills Brunnell '_321. bedroom till bath CB boll Olnini room din, noloud .
lie wr ...., Tamil at* down. market. Property with carport and altlltr, an a ..rue, Md l>rio bolos room ..
OMPURNianxo DUPLIX I bad i's *, U Oardn.r. U. C. Uli at lioo DOWN MI M monUilr. nil .... lot inpreilmitelr IOHIO 0.. bath In b..... another Irarao. Lake Hunter
room earport, S block achooliknithiiM lop K. LoIs at Dlck'l Realtr, 360 A. PRIME GROVE RACRinCI O BOA ft llbln. Idlni CI...., Thno bodroomiB .....1.01 19000. too n monthirm.Bt HOMES KM MW roof sod now
IM>. ISIS Carolina lOll latt Main, ah.no HH1JJLARUa I3IH. I nadroom noml atom "'00'1. Bianufunr ndcoaiwd Call carl Trtnina MVJ7WI BY door furnara loria 1901130
tM-4071 Of I-Moo LAND 1300 per acre with., b...., ''11110. Ca.). ar looms r: M>ar Com baa Bohnol BHIp. ar MO a-tiij. rot.., lot Tkli .. not ft brorto 100 hlltildi loS with ninert Ilka.flaw. .
000. 1I0DllIUI 100 b.drscc $0.p000 ATTRACTIVB bllllldl In drainage district Loris lou from 500.. I* aft on ,. 50'O001, $014700 500010.MUST VA MANAGER homo >rlo. haj bom mbilantlil- Qualltr. kMIt ...... baa
.Ite"" kllob.o. IIJ-Ia.o ..... _IIoIiD. Like Oleeon.Watar cook d.... Croom AaMHaRldeawu. IKLL. Thm bodroom CBhouM. I Ir rodu..d to Ill,JOO wltt II100dowa. Inrta lloma room with tlronlaoiand
.3-901.. n.ed ._... Mat .katlh, 80 A. FINEST HAMMOCK a mil" Nona M toon 110,700 aIr conditioner. KATHLEEN AREA $100 DOWN somossloo.oIMd paneled
ika aoora 411-1407 101. ...... sod vitrO ...... RN.On.C..loe' Famllr room. There an I 015.
TWO OH SIr.. ....._.. .... UAL aAROAINtl Hoar Uka. LAND within dralnige dtrtct. .I..d". ...... will uki 155550 Bedroom.. CI with 0,111.40OllOos iloui badraoma' aMiptlanai lk>ejU -
.r. 044-1117. BUI 00.01ABBOTTHECKES
P'fLobolrnt, :M .II. not _
modern, liwni, 100001.11.0,1. kua. land. small ... af land loli moo inaoUtii living room ...ddI.I. Man* iholrl nomn In ill lociI1 a bun, larait sod anrwart
$M mcludlm utUIUOl AM.I37IOwiola. ".... with kowaibawioallM > $500: per acre. of Liktlind in Lobs RiuhlnihaLail bAWLS PARK Two _roo.tOroII. ..., .. ana, ....... '.d nttlltr a 11. Contnlatair rodomoalodMoinlr I .111I '::10.0<10. nX>l ....
acm lot for .. at 1400 Blch ......... \ II100 down, kalanoo roam. Da well Heir aoboolud parnonta ni low .. ill,
CLIAII TWO '"*- dspiloosri. with Hilda, until downparmanU JERNIGAN and .". Can .. br boot M Eli- .Ie.. ........1 .. .
ohoosts. .1_ is .1AIr... 118 Call Malcolm Thomaa AGENCY .Imrnoi or MIamI Boa 0. a toll. xm II loo or .til olpmSllS.1117Mllanl MlMt I Ir ITOO down 110-1171..dltlo.. On IMP br our 11114 or tall. CO. A. S. MORROW
01.1110. eM-T>>< Bart lUdnn
Ininlrw IJt PalmottwKautlful i Realtors LtiO5Odnt, I.L,00k.s0 Bud
I Realtor, ..... "I. Lou M Dick i StonIly, 1011 Bait OWN": .11 Pr"" "..... I.... T. R. TUCKER Jr St.olhor. LMI.A 10511005 I.MLAaoa
IIINT oa NIl. air .., 110 South U. S. '. T.... 01. IIU 54150CLASSIP310
Ib... badraom".dlII.a., OUUON AIIK. nltraiUTa lakaew Hwy. 1 Mliii M Phono MD M13IBoautilul ._ I sr.sr...... lamUf ...... III. DRIVE BY oil .. Too.. An. Ph. MU 14512

Plorlda room, SuIt UrlniOinim Haw, .. ..... Lane wooded alUn with Ft. Pierce, Florida APPROXIMATItLY I oe.. IDLot. .oth-.U..oa-aII .5541110554 401 Wail nanoHk tn4 tat ..... REALTOR
..a.U78. erwar and watar ... Oaad ....... h. 110.100A will-kipt, wldor homo, a ad CLAII1FHO, DIsPLAY DISPLAY
NBO Land Oomnanr, 4tt00atup. ._ tww 6.10 bodroom koma.con I II' C.mU' _. $lu. ........ name, loll ., 01....... nlta lot III S. Man. A... UkilanMU d
150005' BIIDROON $40 .....11I. ." 15 A ..IUN S000e In'udID'j. 010155 P0500 .A bv.norioS 0.olu.UsIS frlead .err low, wit* tome. HO104J. 4-7IT1-
101 Lomul SoS U7 W_ 51) SAIl LOTS II MobIl, 00.00000 VsIsSls. MM 1_.. Bhown kr anpolntm PItA Aria Proprrtr Manwir
8718. ... .11' ...... C... .0... 0tS $57,500. 18. 'nt "' 1,. Contact B. 47 I Otis loop 5.dt.os. It. VA Ann fropenr Manner
bait, 110 .05111100.4 0051.
Alto 1010 150140 slIp. .45.5 ID,, Uli, R. L. Onrdnor ar I. L. IILo'
544 .AIRWAr. NOt Lik. Piobst.T Wo.Ialds .11b .01r ...... 5000 I II A troro Includlnt "....... LookS. Dick', Rcaltr. loll a MsIo.P0,0. H.llln..Ua I 5000. 0.0 NORFOLK CIRCLE -- -
.. ......... 11001 h.... 000,005Vo.oi Woadad InM NorUiilda II 000LOlrobI. iron, 170000 M* down un 14111BT 101. .ro.ID' fosslly II I.,.. I __. CB host with Bleo
M A. wrMiMlnt nclahbarhood Good
ar aau MU t-3711. aowUulaa loIs ,3'Q..U" -,, SOW down Orinia trortIMooo THRII BIDROOII b..... Jul11.I. ....In.. ooorio K MUlor Build.OT. I.norma... room oarprt, Unix .nd
FOR RENT wr tall J bedroomIM un duannU Muuldorad. N A. nroduelnt Oranio or.... I. 511.1105 50050. Leo.ted I ..II.. 683-8373 ....tall3. aioillanl ooDdltlon Onl,
will baud to nil. CM-toM
month. ....1' ndaooratad. or __. 10" ..... 111.000. RO-1071.
will Itf MO. I21.WO 11..11I II 10. s5 JOI ID 0.
bl..h wait Cmtral AnniaBobool LAltlLAND 1I1OHL.LNDI Du.., ..... 00000.00. Donut. MU 17el. REACU
dom.. ...... H TFIE1AREST [
monthly ril.0010
MU 5.5140.CLASOIPIID .DISPLAV cnn 11..10.trio.fr.l5 LoS 'or Psi .......10110.COrnor. so'oloutis *t A. ......,.IIM,.....too., ,1O.h.It'...down,. Ir.ritaunn .. OWNER nn .....11I01 LakiArlana Ion .r.. ird Bltd, MeunoOOTHBIDB. SETH McKEEL 155510111 wATIISSONT APIS.I .

In Auburadala two $04. 490 d..,. Thnoiwdroom 11I01" LMLAMU
0504 roSS SOSIlO 131 A. nroduelnt Oraan ironliooooo. |
I Mios. I 114. 1 Puts
C ,
room ITS batba. uold Modal.Ion two bath, CB homo
It* dowa3M 54153 11. I. .......
ill .500100. "0"'. Crolool Florida room Miar .011.... OwlTented -
A. produelnt Oraoal .
G. M. C. irort IIId 'roo. IXCLVIIYS PSAUSl5com.tm
10051 sIr .D.IIIo.I. or. 1.6..lOt.
'ONE ACRE with an unfinished oot.000.. ||. down, ..... old Pr.... tw Mil. IM R sictuTioss iomt40N.5J41$5lJM
tsrCS [
A In lint tit C. Loll. loll Baal Mill, P.... 5100 DOWN Ill 47 "Dlhl STEP UP
MW .e,1.. house. Well Septic JOHN J. BRENNAN el.-4H3l A UbUtDd".. WO ,-.3.a. bomo I. ....._ Park..
and built tU-44tt
Ikkva trwck N Ht wvtryvdlt. In. I
HOW 1144 month PITI principal psi .d Ylls P.Soy To i.ooy A.504.utPROM
> Drhro) tnt-nrict) : tank. Medulla. W. R. "BUI" REALTOR ISO Mlieilleniiti BOUTHOATI. N B A H aobaolinopplnt Intore.t um sod Iniuraneobeautiful .. $5P50 045 $40 P00405.
so.hi for wn.rMlf.M68800 rum...... throw badroam now three bedroom, Iii
;I William Realtor. 688-UM HI w. Mim tn. IK-41M bamo, fruit th..... Onir ....irr hama, Oontral heat and sir 0r, 5.odlloir 5. b MATISI 05so
HALF ACR lau Trallir. build 111.OOP. Clark R iltr. n403l. ..odlll...... noullielae. 43SOO ready-made prospect lilt 50. 505 sod Os.d.ee 55 *.M..S Pot
lIe iltM .4M, $31 ...... NIWinflnUoa 1191 CENTRAL Awnua. Fin down Mo otbir _to. ruA. rboniullder

COUBM MANOR loot HII.... HEAVY BLOOM .2025. boua Son. lot 441- room homo nrloid for lulrk tali. UOt3t. for your biulneia oppotunllf -
Miko 01'.. Clark. Roaltr. tna.
LAKELAND FRAME Oombee Road tOll31. ClIp wa- :II ACROSS mitured. Til ......1.. 4031 by placing a fart- -

& AXLE SERVICE lor and for electrltlW...b. tM-tlTl. II 4M.'O termiLeee 44LAROC ... all JIlt OP, 134......Minn t7l.000 OP.-altar 111Daman 151 Rs.1 l EileX IxehingeHIGHWAY JOlT furaUhed OUT ulet modern are. aompleteIr cottui.- Joe P. Bridges action Clasilfled ad. Dial -- $0 Ins.11 050-SIPS 5.osrn 50.50.Is

: COUNTRY loll new Mo.. 21* down additional balania4lt 1 -. _
W. 10.1 11.4.A BOMB. OnIONS Plot Rail ".., for soot CUf Baaltr. MU 1-1151 BOW for multi.CLASSIFIID USd150
Wotost Awe. lulla. in X IM'. I13M. loot I roan Cnu Jim Powin withT '
P5.0. 0134111Sss l bras MU Gordon t-tJ74 Warlnt..._ID.$001100P0,00 ..nTO' 444717J.CLAIIIFHO. R Tnokor. Jr. Realtor nt .arm.Ib. DII.modern... For fin iltr bedroom.or t. ..a-40 4144031.REAOONABLB: OWMIH. Lai 1 OFFERS *000w ksosb Wloost Cmlus A.Wol00I

10.1. ... ".... 2.a. down pirment. HUM bndroomi. I 5eosl.m.51 b lot., 1. 05... sod AooI.Om.
New wr Wax Tmapt I: DISPLAY RAVB BOMB In Tampa Tr.d.I. two full aaUie. line Florid, Dla.LAV 'I

CLA.SIPID__DISPLAY __ .... .. home in "'k.I... or Winter mom I aar clrport, brlok' OM -- ..- ------
Harm. Call McDonald. niihuTampa ,.... .IC. ....... MU H831 .0 Thru _....,. lor' bath. MIL
....*::101 dire Lok.I.... lID '.$$.. Imam of laO I,. ft ll.ln. ana

AI3I. BTOWNIR, :lot Mliml ........ ..... solid and iiorwi.

WILL TRADB oaultr In UirMMdroom. near Cadll RMtaurmt. Modern
furnlahod no lbld, romadeled, Iwo bedroom, anrnmk LOW DOWN PAYMENT CRESWIEW MOBILE HOMES"Where
I homo tor Solo modal Hf, two bath ...... Li,.. iso,..* 110.
111TOflTIRES bariroom biuat ....11., Call MODOMI W "Ie.... lot aoo'HIT wr will on otm lOT
dill... lair term lo ..unlUladturer
..... MU .7 B4. DOWN PAYMENT
Low Prices Are Born and Never Raised"
Weatinl BAROAIM. ATTRACTIVB twobadrowm
152 R.al (stole ON TOUR LOT
CB. line Florida room.
dollop awnini wlndowi, win bnth.
Ininlntad. blrob onblnala, nearMbaol LOW MONTHLY Now With NINE Lots To Serve You
LIST YOURPROPERTY ...... and ihurehei PMmrta. ..
n SIlO ...... Wonderful PAYMENTS
WITH US ..I........... Ideal mlre- -
ment homo. 17 tot To.... Bit Offlll ,
If Shortr* tan't SILL II. BURN dlHonnt far an n In mr wwltr 1121 Bout* Florid A... Crtttvitrv .......1.. Put Walton Mine' ..., Orl.",/., Dtytontl Itwch Otlll,
IT DOWN" H ... snortr) Faimor 717 ......... two blwekl last
Raltor, tMLA 104 a Ten. of Wanaih In Bkrllna Aoraa. Alea Day phone: 682-2884 Homtti, Ti... sod) Ltktltn4'
MUM Annua.. Ph... MU 11171Neil toada for building lot .. truolOwner .
to .. ,.... A... PukuxLolJ INI7JITIED 01011 504 m..kusdol
.....12011"1. .. .204631 743 East Memorial Blvd. ( Nut to McDonald')

WE on rMulul .._ Uitln. I Phone 682.8656
,., 001. _..... ...1 ftud,. _.. 1 1002 CLEARVIEWI
00'. 151? ..., not..rtsl. ..-.1". '

150 THRU BEDROOM hm. wantodMuit DOWN Ncwtr redeooritod. ..... tilt borne bath, pnnoladPloridn witbcdroomi. I
%/ SAVING ka law dwwn ..,...... 01 room and '_. inmitoui ONE BEDROOM
loan. Owad ....u... Parmrau ross 50 ....108' lob 0.4 5400.pl.00l .
not 5... MO Clll .!,-.... 'unllh. Widow to "."

TO THE HOUSE? .. ..II. mkini onlr 110MO. .. Wo SALE
Call Barl Tr..... with TC .
Tucker. Jr. Realtor MU ..
173' .. anninti nl MO I..,..*.1 MAGNOLIA 36x10 . . $4400 $3595
REGULAR PRICE Ota ........ kt all MtUMWhat No problem I Lakeland'

BUY ONE TIRE bart roo Call nipermarket of value I Is CI.AIIrIID DISPLAY MAGNOLIA 45x10 . . $4800 $3995

TED TOWSON HU YOU CA* RITZ-CRAFT 36x10 1 . . $4500 $3695

GET THE SECOND TIRE FREE! -llM ftanltwrMV I IT 0. "'." An Claaairied at your finf Mctloat ertlpa.I Shop. the wi FAT TO TOP US.PISCES roit FRONTIER 50x10 . . . $5300 $4595

FKtary llwmhlMin CS.ASSIPIED DISPLAY __ i that now! I ANY ROSS CLIAH LAKELAND USED CAKS. FRONTIER 50x10 . . . $5200 $4495

I MOTORS, INC.lIOOW.MtmwMlrrtl.. ARTCRAFT 56x10 . . $6400 $5495


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AND TRACTORS STAR 50x10 . . . . $4500 $3995

OVER ARTCRAFT 56x10 . . . $6400 $5195
$5.55FRONT ...
t INWLrm Parol w. Verrt
...... ....
PACEMAKER 50x10 $4400 $3895
-,... Now ..... 5155 . . .

ALIGNMENT IMTIDNATIOMAt H 4MWMI 200 FRONTIER 55x10 . . . $5695 $4995
END .. C_.. A.I wandl
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W'tnt Alt (vwvwMuTnoni BEDROOM
00,50 sod tt3INTimriOHAe CARSTO THREE

nvb aa.Onlv Woi SALE
d.5. .0. snIst ..mion.drn..sr
MARCH 5I00Iq ...
THEY LAST" = DOUGLAS 58x10 . . . $5995 $4995

2627.28 M.., .sve PENDARVISCHEVROLET PACEMAKER 56x10 . . $5695 $4595

.. (*..!. .. DOUGLAS 58x10 . . . $5995 $4995

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I r;' S2 LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. March 23, ISM Japanese Premier To Use Live TV Johnsons Sell Former

I Five Days Left To Enter House In Washington ;.

l 'Miss Lakeland' ContestOnly Set-Up To Apologize For StabbingTOKYO WASHINGTON (AP) Presl. Corp., and also to president of
I dent and Mrs. Johnson havi t L. B. Smith a heavy construction
five days remain for calling the Jaycee office at with
girls to file applications for MU M317. (APKPremler Hayato Relichauer 53, was reported r I've become a mixed.blood tempted murder. Bodily assault sold their former Washington\ t equipment company
the Miss Lakeland Contest, Winner of the contest will Ikeda makes a live telecastvia In good spirits as he recuperated child." carries a maximum penalty of home The Elms to a Miami,,. offices in Harrisburg, Pt, and
scheduled for next Wednesday win a free trip to Nassau for communications satellite to' at Toranomon Hospital froma Relschauer was born In Japan 10 years In prison. There Is no;Fla., businessman, the Washington Baltimore Md
and April 2, Lakeland Junior herself and her parents, plus the United States today to express 314-lnch-deep knife wound In speaks Japanese fluently prison maximum for attempted Port reported today. The Post said Smith bought
Chamber warned of Commerce officials cash prizes, trophies and Japan's regrets for a de- his right thigh. His doctor said and has a Japanese wife. murder but It does not carry I The newspaper said Luther B,, the house as a surprise for his
yesterday. wardrobe. She will also be ranged Japanese youth's knife stockholder in I wife. Mrs. Smith had seen thein
About 20 he was "making a smooth re AssaOant Quizzed the death sentence. ,Smith a major
girls have enteredthe eligible to compete In the Miss attack on U.S. Ambassador Edwin when
contest thus far officials Florida Contest and If a win. O. Relschauer. covery." Police continued to question Police laid Shlotanl has a his- some 25 corporations largely I house several :yean ago
said, and Monday morning is nor there, In the Miss America Ikeda accepted the resignationof Embassy press attache Nathaniel Norikazu Shlotanl 19, who tory of mental aberrations He the aircraft Industry signed a I the couple were guests at a
the deadline for filing! applications Contest Japan's state minister for Thayer told newsmen he stabbed Relschauer as the ambassador .'told them lie attacked Relschau sales contract arranged by the I party given by the former owner *
at the Jaycee office on Second and third place win. public safety, Takashl Hayakawa found the ambassador In excellent emerged from the em- American Security Corp. Perle Mesta.
Lake Wire Drive. tiers will also receive prizes who bowed out In a traditional spirits "Joking with the bassy chancery on his way to er to call the world's attentionto Smith Industrialist The Post said the price was
Parade ScheduledA and trophies and each girl! In Japanese gesture of nurses." Relschauer told him he a luncheon appointment. the plight of Japanese with Smith who has homes In Miami -. not disclosed but It was under.
feature of the contest will I the contest will receive an atonement for the Incident Tuesday had received so much Japanese 1 The youth may be charged poor sight. Shlotanl Is near- and Reno Neb., Is chairman stood that the property was In
be a motorcade of beauties award. which shocked the nation. blood in transfusions "that I feel with bodily assault or even at'sighted. of the board of the AerodexCompare the $200,000 bracket.rsJ .

which will wind Its way
through downtown Lakeland
Tuesday Chairman Tom Hal. T
lick said the parade, which
will feature aU of the contestants Reg. 79c ; a Isopropyl Reg. 98c -- -- !,
will include four area

bands.First serious competitionwill BayerAspirin Alcohol BANRoll : _. UCI -

take place next Wednesday ... ...
night when the talent con OnDeodoront .t,: -
test Is staged at the new civic Pint Size
center theater. Girls will be 50 FREE r:
given three minutes each in Bottle of 100 _

which ability to to act demonstrate sing dance their, re- ':, 116 South oPEN' SUNDAYS Wed Thru Super Aytinal ,.
9c JW
tits or display any talent they 59c .
\ ;
feel they might have. 53c 8:30 A.M. 'Til 2b i.m.
The scene will shift from .. k, t .s.
the April theater 2 as to the the auditoriumon coronation Kentucky 7 P.M. Sun. Saleor 1 ". .' ..

ball is held. The contest will
climax with the crowning of Ri ht R.swrv.d to Limit' Quantiti.am.
Miss Lakeland 1964
bathing suit and formal followinga eve- m.. ti Get Ready forBunnyWALGREEN'S GRILL 1149" CLUB IS BACK-
Ding gown competition. G ; I Tb. Easter

Entertainment PlannedAt Better Than Ever! Y.-,,,, c.. c.ma 'is et'y day of the week
the coronation ball there '::- uI( Grade A l arg. a.d set a com"'. mMI '.cIUIII'1 1M Of c.Hoe for aaly" 49. Sarrad from II ....
will be entertainment and re *'frTi : __ 4P. I Fresh 'tl' eIOlI.a.
freshments Aden McElveen
publicity director, said. Music EGGS W.d., March 2Slh, II .... 'tI'' 7 ,.11I. S.t.. March 211h. 11 .11I. 'tll 7 ,.11I.
will be supplied by the Cass- Pork Sausage Baked Meat Cakes

win Admission Tempos. to both nightV COMPACTS 4 f.- Dozen Qnry. meshed palties49c G...,. mashed poIotooe. 49Cr
affairs is one dollar and reservations Choke of Shad.. f I L. ,L- .11. b.stir .... rolls, an d bu tear .. . .
may be made by *,. S1S0 I IIIuserMd Flavored Ches. Hollow Meld Cbs. Hollew Meld C

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39' of eboso.ta/ses I s'J Only Thin Flake' rolls' sad bones ... . roll a.d butt. .. . .
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unb. .bl. saddlers with '
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HOMEOWNERS Fox of 40 $1.44 sulfa nen-sUp! grip Webbed CHAIR
fopultr colon. P... Webbed CHAISE I TV TABLE20I POLE LAMP

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Anacin 100'sFoit R... us Dermassage Skin L'n a9 %e -'-y1STEAR LIQUID LAWN FOOD
; 99 .il The Complete WJMdonal
FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND pain ..U ; smooth 1..11.) tcrim. Medicated body ruk. I6-1>.. with "1....... spray tat lawns, shnibs.
tetes flower For un to
Coricidin "... 1.01 Disinfectant a". 1.ft nose ipiayirs end
Lysol sprinkler
systems Ont
BRUCETERMINIX 58 98 WALGREENMONEY.IACK 7b1' '7amt1 ,&lion COftrt amass
Cold T....*. B.ttlt 25'. . . . Spray typO kilb .kovotkold floraii fort 7 ... GUARANTEE feet. squareis

CO. Listerine Antiseptic RIt. tI, H .... 91. '/ -Inelt Oversize Dial rite orsallle.80% of the Illlropa
2221 Ntw Awbtrndtl. Hwy. I Preparation Spray 't r 13.405 Value
79 8 3 50-FT. VINYL
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