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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 185 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 26, 1964 PRI (. VE CENTS
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JACK LANGGUTH Farles took the matter under badly and wore distracting membership in 1960, after she
Nell Jerk! tim,. submission after eight days of feathered hats to services had denounced the minister
+ t t. LMri n i r LOS ANGELES Membera testimony about the conductof After hearing the evidence and his assistants in a disagreement
of a Baptist congregation Mrs Betty Chapman at the Fairea expressed sympathy over a weddingfor
hive asked a superior court First Baptist Church of Mar for the church and its min an under-aged couple
Judge here to forbid female Vista ister. But he also noted that Mrs Chapman a determined
1"tt'h parishioner from entering The Rev Wayne A. Eurich, Mrs. Chapman had acted with .looking woman with
their church They contendshe pastor of the church testified conviction in her wrangleswith snapping eyes behind rimless
\ sings off key. during the trial that Mrs Rev. Eurich over the glasses, continued to come to
Attorneys In the case could Chapman, a year-old conduct of church business services with her husband
find few legal precedents for butcher'a wife, had "disrupted 'She I I. the type of whom and daughter, now 22
church and Ita minister at* services by murmuring 'liar' martyr were made in the "We had the minister of
tempting to bar a memberof and making faces." early day of the church," the music, the choir director and
the congregation with a Other witnesses Including judge commented. three members of the congre-
restraining order. deacons of the church, said The congregation first excluded
Superior Judge McIntyre Mri. Chapman purposely sangSenciteVotes Mr*. Chapman from (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)

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Report Set Bv Board Senate breaking a deadlock .
lasting since March 9, voted today

to take up for formal consideration ti'iil

I By RONNIE STUART port. Winter Haven was not the clubhouse for refreshment the House.passed civil ....
Ledger SUM Writer' my first preference but I'm and never the
I saw rights bill.Southerners. 1I. ::::1
\1 BARTOW( prU 1 has been willing to accept the) survey whole aite.. ,. .,
who have used "
! set as the deadline for acceplUnce report like I think all bo.rd. lie rr
embers should." Boswell said and Dantz the motto to take up as the, .B.
or rejection of ,.
a survey ,.... '
team report .r.commendin8I \For the first time since the ler are of the V>plnion that basil for Jengthy speeches bit. "''
.- Winter Haven' survey report we released, well easement, With the exception .' 1IIi. '
1 Golf Cburse
terty attacking the bill Itself .
of one within 100 fact, ....
; JJnone spoke on the) mat
as the of 1"
permanent location ttt/i/w the
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\ the new Polk Junior College with i. You.;(board r.1;.: I.lt.r'tea b* Am away with 17th day .* ch. d.s.s, --*'r'
feav* biasathe "
School Board l Chal""'.. and that a ,storm ,
'Austin r.. suaufe'teirlijr Instructed long the people of the countyre sewer Vote 17 To 17 ,...:'ill: ,, ,.. .
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f losing faith. What are through course csn ;: < '>. .
School Superintendent j
"entirely disconnected from The motion made by Democratic
you going to do with the information ,
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Shelley S Boone to 'FTT .
the Winter Haven '
? What would It system Leader Mike Mansfieldof ,;
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place "accepts,ce.or refection Boswell said the (; fl'fto ;
property .
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of the recqmmendation" mean Montana, passed overwhelmingly '-'I;) t
which the team aaid
of the report on the agendafor "Will you then be ready to survey ( aa expected. The roll call jo'cyr
be
might purchased to over
the next regular board make up your mind? '
The board meets on Watson shot back with "Ap- come the irregular shape of vote was 6717.
meeting. the site is under two The Senate met today at 8a
patently made mind ownernhipssix
you your
the second and fourth Wednesday -
of each month. a long time ago" acres to Mrs. Carrie .m, three hours ahead of Its Gunmen Felled Police I I.f
\ Also yesterday the boardset Henderson and 10 acresto usual time, and the roll call Chicago By
I New Studies Asked John Fisher
and Associates
April 18 as a date for a
Race Boone the instructions tour of the golf course and came without any further PollttmiH plictl t.tr ever kody .f e slain canoes 'it lawn acne was il.ln ......, end e fourth escaped as they trlfj hII.
I gave shortly after a 3-2 heard Board Attorney C. A. The attorney also stated speech.making .f e nildciu .f "..IIo..t tide .f CMc,o, while beds .f ec .. after rabbins' e lupcrmcrM of several thtvMnd 4011... Mice I

j vote passed a motion by Wen Boswell report on easementsand Mrs Henderson presently I I. This first vote cleared the ....,.,,'l" Nn .kt w..fl this hcuM end imf .".. A third m.mb.rAP had .bean trilling she acne end spites 0 tr.,. AP Wlrtphoto).

\' dell Watson of Lakeland calling property surrounding the In Hot Springs, Ark., and way for a motion by Sen. '

I for the board -to request golf course could not be reached concernIng Wayne Morse, D-Ore., to send
proposals. for engineering The April 6 date was set in a possible purchasingprice Fulbright
firm to make reports on soil response to a letter from for her property.He the bill to the Senate Judiciary Lodge Terms Viet Nam
condition and traffic count Mayor Richard Dantzler who also quoted Fisher assaying Committee headed by Sen.

on three proposed sites-the pointed out that the first time "newspaper account James O. Eaatland D-Mise., Rapped By
golf course Bartow Air Bue board members visited the of the value of his propertyare for 10 days of hearings and

and The the Eaton Eaton Park Park site site.and the golf course "you stopped at not too far ofl." study. Key To Southeast Asia GOP Chief

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Air Base were among the Close Vote Seen

\ five sites turned down in the Set Democratic leaden plannedto SAIGON South Viet Nam general manager is now In ing to use Its own power." WASHINGTON (AP-The Republican .
+I survey team report released Arraignment try to kill this move with a <(AP-The loss of South Viet the Philippines I "Then, South Viet Nam I fa the national chairman,
more than a month ago Race I I Nam to the Communist wouldbe These were the questions and hub of an area which I I. bounded William E. Miller, charges Sen.J. .
I and Board Member Ralph tabling motion later today butj: a clear success for Communist answers' on the northeast and east by W. Fulbright. D-Ark., with

I. Durrsnce of Fort Meade, both For Accused Trio expected the outcome to be ]I China that would endanger Q Why Is the freedom of Formosa and the Philippines. promoting appeasement.
of whom voted against the close. a vast area of Asia In which 240 South Viet Nam Important to on the south by Indonesia, anon d "The course Sen. Fulbright
I I motion questioned the use of However Sen. Hubert H. :million people live, U.S. Ambaswdor the United States? the west by Burma Communist -advocates 1 fa the same road

"taxpayer money" to get BARTOW-Aprll has been der $1.1)00) bondsAccording Humphrey, D-Minn., floor man-1 I Henry Cabot Lodge laid Lodge: "Communist China seizure of South Viet Nam which Neville Chamberlain
reports en site already turned set aa the arraignment date to MacCalla, that''today wants to turn Viet Nam into s would put the Communists traveled In the 1930'," Miller
for the bill
the predicted
down Mate. ager
by for three men accused of satellite. The war In South Viet squarely into the middle ol said In a statement today. "It
In prepared to
told "Your Lake Shipp was being paid answer ques
Race Watson
motion stealing $80,000 by fraudlng the tabling motion would win Nam Is advertised by them asa Southeast Asia whence they I. a course which Republican
I lions put to the ambassador by
I II alright for the Winter Universal Food Product of for fruit never received at and that the Senate could begin J JIt 1 Wes Gallagher general man 'war of liberation' which could radiate all over. will oppose now a* they have opposed

\h Haven sites turned site but down why by Include the Lakeland. Universal. The solicitor laid debate on the bill itself Monday ,iger of Tl*Associated Press. they base their propaganda line ""The ion of South Viet Nam It In the past"
Informations against the Thompson would deliver a after a three-day Easter ]Lodge made these other points: that their brand of communismis would have an Incalculable ef Fulbright chairman of the
.tate.
trio filed yesterday by County load of fruit while Cameron superior to the. Soviet brand: feet on Cambodia and Laos, Senate Foreign Relation Com-
Been Speak Out Solicitor Gordon MacCalla. was working the scales, and recess 1. Lodge, believes'South'VietNam's md .that ,the' United States Is with strong repercussions fur- mittee, called 'on the Johnson
Durrance added that before charge each of the three with the latter would Increase the Sponsors of the legislation lay 1 war against' the VietCong both the world's greatest Imperialist ther west (in Thailand and Bur administration and the nation
and weight of the truck by 50 to too much time already has been < can be won by applying to abandon "old
"w. request such a survey ,one count of conspiracy power and also a paper ma. It would shake Malaysia to Wednesday
wt should vote down the reIi -- It count of'grand larceny, 100 boxes. lost on civil right and that the urrent: plans, "provided external tiger which Is unable or unwill- (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) myths" and face up to "the new
With each of the grand larceny The It larceny counts Senate should not put It aside hostile Influences stay within realities of our time."

case supposed to have against the three men date now that the battle has been I bounds" ..... ,....... Urge RevisionHe
i involved the theft of $500. back to Jan. 7. :Joined. 2. The general withdrawal of
Warrant Served U.S. troop from South VietNam called for prompt revision
Ii Your LastChance Walter A. Smith 55-ye.r- at this time would be Have You Given? of the Panama Canal Treaty
Tanker
old operator of Lake Shipp Explosion Splits '.disastrous" \l and a new attitude toward Cuba
Packing House In Winter Haven 3. Neutralization of South Viet lewlng It* Communist Prime
I : Edward Leonard Cameron In Atlantic Kills Sailor ham' a* proposed by France United Fund Still Minister Fidel Castro aa a nui-
42.year-old scalesmanfor md Communist bloc nation once but not a grave threat to
: If you kavea't already Universe's Lakeland l would be "the complete equlva-' the United State
t! ordered your extra copies plant and WIIII.m' Hugh PORTSMOUTH Va (AP- An hour after the 11.257.ton ent of Communist victory." I Miller did not use the word
1 el The Ledger's special Thompson 38-yesr-old truck An explosion tore apart the ship halted dead In the moderately Callighi/iubmltted his queslonsjo -, Short $31,000The (Turn to Page 2. Column S)
Polk County Decade for rough use, the American
American tanker San Jaeinto
driver for Lake Shipp were I, CodiHMuring a visit to
Edi tanker Mobile drew )
Declsloe Pegasus
Progress arrested Wednesday on warrants early today during tank cleaning ialgon earlitaf this week. The
tion, you had better do so alongside and removed an un- : Greater Lakeland
Sheriff
remains. signed by operation, killing one crewman determined number of her
for crew.
day
Just ene United Fund campaign
Frank Mock who led
That's right The big Deputy a' three-week InvestigationInto and letting the two sections Several hours later the USS Daily Price reached a milestone today
edition will be published the alleged fraud. helplessly adrift off the Virginia Raleigh a landing platform for with 200.000 collected or 4JID
Saturday morning -The AH three were released u. Coast while a host of rescue ves- helicopters Joined the Mobile Of Ledger Will pledged leaving Just $31,000
Ledger's first regular Set 'i sets sped to her aid .1 Pegasus and reported the entire needed to reach the goal of
urday edition-cad will The dead crew member ". crew of the San Jacinto accounted Remain 5 CentsOn 231000. I
be delivered to the doer Dallas Having reported to be a steward but' for. You can help your United Page

of all subscribers.Yeoll otherwise was not Identified. I The Raleigh reported that Saturday your Ledger Fund meet and perhaps exceed Amusements 30-32

want extra copies Large OutbreakOf A US. Navy vessel the USS, some of the San Jaclnto'i crew will become Polk. County'sfirst Its goal by giving your Bridge .... ,..... 23
to send to friend, relatives Raleigh, said the entire 36!-man'were still on board the item seven-days a week news "Fair Share" before the campaign '""
and business associates Measles crew had been accounted section. paper. And the first Saturday end March II. Business News .. 11

who might not know DALLAS Tex. (AP-An epidemic Some of the crewmen were for'j Arrangements were being morning edition will be a big Seventeen Lakeland health Comic ",,.,.. ..... 30-31
bout Pott's move ahead. of measles la Dallas may jured, the Coast Guard laid. made the Coast Guard ..Id. for one-the Polk County Decadefor welfare and recreation: agencies Classified ".33-34-35
Copies of the special reach a peak this week or next, The explosions occurred at Navy helicopters to lift crew Decision Progress Edition. participate financially in Crossword Puzzle 31

edition, at 21 cents per City Health Director J. W. Bass 12:4S a.m. some 40 mile off the members from the stem sectionto The dally price of the Ledger the United Fund. Whether Dear Abby ......_..._ 31
copy or five for ene dollar says Virginia Coast In the warm Gulf; the Raleigh, which has a doctor will remain at five cents they will have money to meet
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may be ordered from Dallas recorded 475 cases of Stream a* the San Jaclnto, en aboard to treat the injured per copy and the Sunday price the needs ef these they serve Death "
your aewibey er through measles last week making a route Ia ballast from Portland Visibility In the area was re- 19 cents. The new weekly depends upon the generally Editorials __" <4horoscope <
the circulation office and total of 1480! cases of red Maine to Houston, Tex. was expelling ported at about eight miles under home delivery price will be 45 of civic-minded citizen of ..._._ 30

win be matted free anywhere measles and 12 of german fume from the tank*. broken cloud.. cents. The home delivery rates Lakeland. Television ........._" 31Sports
to the U. 8. or Canda. measles the tint 12 weeks ol f, Wrecked by the blast, the 523- Moments after the emergencycall will be $U5 for a month. Approximately M per cent .... 19-Z0.1.2
A bandy order blank: 1964. foot vessel broke in two between was radioed to the 5th CoastGuard IS 85 for three months. 11.70 of the goal has been collected '
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additional Information six months and $23,40 for volunteer work-
and the for by
and The city had only 177 ease; the pilot house engine District headquarter er pledged
I II an Page U of to during 1963 Dr. Bas said I room aft but hung together for, here, ships and planes were getting a year's subscription Rates era. The goal la nears do your Women's ...14-13-1H7
day's edltkta.U. "probably only 30 per cent an I several hours before the stern under way from widespread for mail delivery are only share to assure that It II atRAISED GOAL
mat reported or counted. and bow portion parted. I III points along the coasts slightly higher. Ulned. f200,00 $231,000

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:Thursday-LAKELAND, March- 21, LEDGER ISM ,"Violence Plagues JacksonvilleAs Students Lodge Terms Viet Nam



Church Asks
Continuing

Committee Seeks Solution

Court To : To March Key To Southeast Asia


I JACKSONVILLE (AP) VIolence -lot Wednesday night. Burns, a biracial group quickly
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Bar Member i In the form of a gang I I Incessant false alarms kept went Into action to rector peace SEOUL South Korea (AP-) have built

attack end fire bombs plagued''firemen on the run for the third and resolve segregation uuue* More than 42,000 students dom threaten Indonesia. If Indonesia also be regarded In the free and the Vietnamese here.

this port city even as white and'I night but rock-throwing and following three day and night onstrtted In 10 Korean cities today were unable or unwilling to resist world a* reflecting a general'a strong position
gallon to testify that Mrs
Negro leaders groped for a way other vandalism subsided. of scattered shooting\ a killing, against the government' the Chinese Communists lack of ability, a lack of will Cost Less Than Carrier

loudly Chapman and deliberately out of harmony sung" out of the 4-day-old racial crisl I Hospitalized with a Jagged 3. numerous injuries and mounting negotiation to normalize relation would be on the front doorstep power by the United State to "The cost to us In dollar per

Gerald L. Romanlk attorneyfor firemen Kept Hopping Inch laceration of the forehead property damage from fire and with Japan but President of Australia prevent Communist aggression year is less than It cost to

the church, said A white man, attacked by a was Lester Phillips, S3. He told rock*. Chung Hee Park vowed to continue "Eastward, the repercussion Bravery Rewarded build oni airplane carrier. For

Defense witnesses testified gang of Negro teen-a ere, was police he was struck by a brick "I hope we will be able to get the talk In Tokyo no matter for the Philippines and for Formosa The throughout South us to throw away this Joint Investment .
Q. war
injured seriously Wednesday, during an attack by 12 to 15 Negroes our group together" laid Robert how many turn out I would be severe Therefore be In a for which brave men
to
Viet Nam teem
Backed by armed
said. troops
police A fire bomb ruineda .
I Millus, department store laid down their lives,
have
relative
rJrpnr 1955 model auto on a used Backed Park went on the air with an stalemate: with little
: PIJI,41Jlf. car, by Mayor Haydon executive and a leader In the I What would be Imprudent.
side.
appeal for calm In the face of gain by either
biracial committee-sanctioned Ilt9m\lit.\ ': end Q. Do envisage any circumstances .
the biggest outpouring of students changes can be expected to you
by the mayor but not officially where in the neutrality -
that they hadn't noticed any. since the public rioting this low-key period of conflict?
thing I linked to the city government "I believe that solution as proposed by
wrong. persistent
down President Lodge:
brought Syng'
Bryant Foresees No I when we speak of South. would be acceptable *
During prayer services A leader of Negro demonstrations -man Rhee In April 1960. execution of the existing France, o
I least Asia, we are not talking of
warned of the United States, Insofar as
large scale
deacon of the church began activities Red Benefit Seen civil-political and military plans
small neck of the woods
line Violence unless progress In desegregation some will victory-provided the South Viet Nam is concerned?
Including a asking that I In 'March' Park told the student they but of an area about 2,300 miles bring
so-called 'neu
is made. "The
God deal with the hostile external influences stay Lodge
Chapman were playing Into the hand of
south and
long from north to .
The climax came when, at TALLAHASSEE "If Jacksonville doesn't do Communist agitators by persist within bounds Under (South tralism under present circumstances
(AP) Gov of ending the violence failed. i 3,000 miles wide from east to .
one ordnance of the Lord' something today or tomorrow, ing in their demonstrations, now Vietnamese premier) Gen.; is the complete equivalent
.
Farris Bryant says he anticipates "This is not the case In Jack- west, with about 240 million peo .
Supper, witnesses said Mrs. this town' to Khanh and much stronger of Communist victory."In
sonville. I will be .. going turn to in their third day. a new
Chapman toasted Rev. Eurlch no violence In the capital,luctant to use these extremely powers in-' mass demonstrations," said But h* stressed that the dip- ple."If the Communist Chinese, situation Is being created fact the Communist In

with communion wine. Friday during a scheduled''the future," said Bryant. I Rutledge Pearson president of lomatic talks In Tokyo will con using North Viet Nam as a which means that in the army describing their Idea of victory

Romanik secured a temporary march by Negroes and whites Bryant said he had confidenceIn the state and local chapter of tinue and he promised to settle citspaw, were able to take over bravery. I. being rewarded. always use the word 'neutral-
restraining order the National Association for the ,' "The clear Ism.' But they apply It exclusively -
differences with Japan, Korea'ioverlord army can any
to protect a Southern filibuster the ability of Duval County I. South Viet Nam, It would be in-
against the Chapmans Advancement of Colored that it to South Viet Nam and
July
PeoplsNAACP for 38 until the area in the country
years
Sheriff Dale Carson and i vindication of the
was
against the civil rights bill relying terpreted as a
1961, and Injunction has been ableto not to the North.
a
preliminary not
but It
pend-I on Carson to keep him Informed Excluded 'end of World War U, "only on fanatic Chinese methods over wants,
forbidding them to ing before the U. S. terms most favorable to us." hold what It has cleared. 'Befort even discussing any
of racial conditions would
in that of the Soviets. It
trespass on church propertythe "I don't contemplate that It' Jacksonville Excluded from the biracial As he made the radio broad. "In addition, therefore, the kind of new relationship' between

following month. The will be any different from a group, Pearson said lie did not cast, 20,000 students surged, local militia I II being greatly: Improved North and South Viet

court has since dismissed the gathering of bird watchers or :know whether the NAACP would through the streets of Seoul I and a corp of civil administrators Nam, the North should stop aggression -

suit against Mr*. Chapman's peace lovers," slid Bryant. participate in the peace effort chanting antWipaneie slogans MacArthurCondition IB being created so against the South No

husband and daughter "They have a right to meet and ChristiansJoin He said he had no plans to halt and denouncing South Korea's that once the army has clearedan conversations with North VietNam

"They asked God to remove express their views and parade demonstrations which have been Japan policy as "humiliating area It will be able to are even concelvable'whilethis

my wife" Chapman, a quiet n an orderly fashion. I expect Riots aimed at places of public ac diplomacy." An estimated 22,000 hold It. Interference In South Viet

baldish man, said outside the it will be that kind of event. commodation. others clogged the streets of "If the Vietnamese (and we) Nam' Internal affairs Is going

court room. "Now they'reasking Won't Attend Millus and other members of nine smaller cities.Demonstrations. Still SeriousWASHINGTON persist, victory will surely on. They must withdraw imme.

the judge to do It." In IndiaNEW the committee were optimistic, Peaceful come." diately.

The governor said he would however.A Most of the demonstrations (AP) Army Q. Critics at home have suggested "The minute they do farther

FRENCH TEACH ABROAD not attend any part of the pa- DELHI, India (AP- few Negroes staged sit-ins were peaceful, but In Seoul several doctors found signs of moder. withdrawal of U.S. will be peace.

PARIS-Nearly 40,000 French rade or a scheduled assembly al Primitive Christian tribesmen briefly Wednesday at two restaurants hundred student tried to ate inflammation or pneumonitls troops Immediately. In your "In a country which Is defending

teachers-about 12,000 of them which officials of the National armed with bows and arrow today were turned away break through barricade across at the base of Gen. DouglsoMacArthur's opinlpn, what would be the effect itself against aggression, to
ordersare Association for the Advancement from a thlroTplace and picketeda of such action? speak of 'neutralism' is the
belonging to religious were reported Joining the approaches to the presidential right lung today
..working foreign countries of Colored People planned to discuss religious rioting in eastern In. hotel. They were not arrested palace. Steel-helmeted troops and started treatment with anti Lodge: "Some U.S. troop same thing as disarming it

the pending legislation. dia the official death In Washington, President still in serious which are specific while leaving the military
If_. nT I MW JIIMI'! : as toll approached drove them back with swinging blotics. He is performing potential
Bryant also said that he had 300.Christian Johnson heard from Justice Department rifle butt Several students ''condition.I missions can be withdrawn as of Its aggressor intact.

Say it with made no special arrangementsfor Adivasl tribesmen In official about thincity's I were Injured.The I Walter Reed Army Medical,soon as their missions are com To do this In the case of VietNam

security during the six-hour Bihar State, angered over re- troubles. White House I students, most of them of Center Issued a statement on pleted. But a general withdrawal would be the preludeto

period designated for the dem- ports of Moslem terror against source said h* concluded It was" high school age, only got a half,the general's condition this of the United States at this communizing the' whole
onstration, but assumed that "a local situation at this point. time would be disastrous. We "
Christian tribesmen In neighboring mile from the hillside palace. morning country.

Tallahassee unit of the highway East Pakistan, attacked I The negotiations to normalize I Pneumomtis is described asa -

f ;fJ patrol and the sheriffs depart Moslems and burned two vil relations-between Japan and localized acute Inflammation '

ment would be alerted to any lages. BaptistsDivided South Korea have been dragging of the lungs ordinarily less serious Cubans Hope To Recreate

'possible violence. Chief Minister K. B. Sahay on for years, but recently Park than true pneumonia. ,

Touching on the racial violence told the Bihar Legislature large and Japanese Premier Hayato Pneumonia Is always a hazard Famed Rum In FloridaBy

earlier this week In Jacksonville numbers of Adivasi ire roamIng Ikeda have been making a determined In surgical patients who

Bryant said special powers of the area near the Bihar- effort to bring them to have undergone severe shock
JOE MCGOWAN JR. said her husband, Cesar Incera
the governor to step into local Orissa State borders and have About Bill a successful conclusion. and are of advanced yearn Associated Press Writer was a run chemist.'* ,
intended to be announced attack Condition Critical
matters were plans to two
MIAMI (AP) Refugee from
used only when all other meansto more villages. I Ga. Brig. Gen. Henry S. Murphey When be left Cuba, Incera
ATLANTA AP-Suuth-
( Fidel Castro' Cuban regime
solve the problem were ex Claiming the army Is now In commandant of Walter Reed took: with him formulas and
ern Baptists see both a chal. FulbrightRapped have managed to smuggle the
hausted. full control of major towns In Army Medical Center, described techniques: used In preparing
and what termed
enge they an formula for the island' renowned -
high Cuban
Bihar State, Sahay the the general's condition quality rum. He
gave
Notes Strike attempt to coerce the people rum Into exile with them.
For turned them
over to Florida'snew
first public of the critical.
Inkling gravityof By Wednesday night as
for
into
backing a move more A group of refUgees and AmerIcan
He said hi* intervention In the Hindu-Moslem rioting last federal In President John. But h* said the general was doIng enterprise.
power businessmen, with formulas -
Florida East Coast Railway weekend In the steel town of son' appeal for support of a GOP Chief satisfactorily, and was Improved brought out of Cuba are pro Warehouse Bought
strike came only when all means I ] his critIcal
tamthedpur.He over extremely
With funds
strong civil rights bill. ducing in Florida a drink they acquired througha

Had Other Plans said 171 persons-lM of The response was divided and appeasement In his snack on condition of Monday."He hope will carry on the traditionof stock tale approved by the

POTTED PLANTS them Moslems-were killed. Police varied from region to region. Fulbright. But there could be Is still seriously ut, the famous Cuban rums. Florida Securities Commission,
'
CORSAGESARRANGEMENTS ST. LOUIS Ml Stan Musial bullet killed even, he said.Sahsy's The President told a Southern,no other Implication to the reference Gen. Murphey said In responseto Directing the operation I II Antonio the company bought an old grain

of the St. Louis Cardinals could death figure was 101 Baptist leadership seminar In to Chamberlain, the preWorld newsmen' written question (Nlco) ZubilUg, formerlya and feed warehouse, completely

have done as well in basketball above any official figure Issued Washington Wednesday that the I War II British crime mln- The 84-year-old general was wealthy Cuban cattleman, sugar -overhauled the building, bought .

as In baseball, the owner of the previously civil right cause "demand! operated on March I for removal cane grower and alcohol die equipment and was In the

WILliAM'S St.Ben Louf JCn-nrr Hawks ot savi.th. National Army troops, flown Into eastern prophet In our time men ocompuMlon l ;: 'if" I of his gallbladder. Then sHier business. rpm W by'-

,ailtfftiwll A.ioci Uun t* m India by she thwwuds.were and truth unafraidf OI IT days later he suffered severe $(00. Brought Along The fint bottles came off the
reported tbl* la
FLOWERS says: !. prevent the consequences of fulfilling Internal bleeding and required Zubillaga fled Cuba with his production line last February

. 'Our scouting report indicate -any major outbreaks of violence their faith." later who acceded to Germany's emergency six-hour surgery wife and children and $600 aftethe ZubilUfa fce.1. the company
that Muslal was fast and in larger cities and towns, Including from' which he is now recover-
FTD MtMBtrt Mora Action Seen territorial demands on Its neigh., Castro takeover. will bolster Florida's blossoming
bad a good left-handed hook I the Orlssa State steel
\ ,Ing. The second crisis was not
1043 Setith Florida Ave shot If he had taken that basketball I center of Rourkela, where more James Duncan of Washington, bors.Miller 'related to the earlier No stranger to the United sugar cane Industry But equally
surgery
scholarship at the University ,than 60 have been said Fulbright' remark States, Zubillaga attended St. important, ha said, is that it Is
persons editor of the church
,h... 4J6-U41 ot Pittsburgh 25 years I killed publication *-a 70-minute speech ti-doctors laid.I Paul' College, New Orleans. providing jobs for some of the
ago, he might I eventually have Capital Baptist, said most of tied "Old Myths and New Re I Message Pour la and wa graduated from Pace many Cuban exiles in this coun

_played_ with__the_--.Hawks"__I, Adivasi means aborigine, and hose present felt Johnson's ." delivered to an almost Personal messages continueto Institute, New York.
n the tribesmen have
continually statement might move Southern empty Senate chamber-set the pour in. President Johnsonhas I Zubillaga said that through try."We bare many Cubans working .
resisted the attempts of the Baptists to do more about the several times to
British colonial administration stage for the foreign policy debate telephoned chance, h* and a former busl- here," Zubillaga proudly
problem. In the 1964 campaign. express concern. to pointed out. "We
client together are
nest got go trying to
and of the Indian '
government to "Everyone there seemed to This I ia a trial balloon which Personal messages have also Into the rum business. help the Florida unemployment
civilize them. feel he hit the nail right on the the Johnson administration Is been received from the emperor -. "
Just Arrived Available Immediately! "Once preliminary plan were situation is much. we can.
Ailing Prime Minister Nehru .
head and
us a challenge,
gave sending to of Japan: the prime minister
scheduled up prepare public going, I began looking aroundfor i Exiles and native Americans
,
nationwide
a radio Duncan said.
opinion for the acceptance of a and foreign minister of a chemist," Zubillaga said work In various capacities from

appeal, for religious harmony tonight "One hate to think the Presl- foreign policy that could lead Japan; the presidents of the "A woman called In answer to supervisor to secretary to Janitor .

dent should have to remind a only to disaster for the United Philippines, Nationalist China one of our advertisement and ,

denominational religious group States and other free nations," and South Korea: former President --

what their responsibility is but said Miller, a New York con Dwight D. Eisenhower Plant BilingualAs
Male Students perhaps it was needed" Duncan AheadTo
added. gressman. other notable persons and thou. Plan a result of this, the plant

White House sources described sands of citizen Is
fully bilingual.
At USF StageDemonstration Some Baptist leaders In Alabama Markings on
.
Fulbright' speech as very Interesting The general took small quan- Simplify machinery, safety Instructions

didn't think so, however, and with many items title of liquid food broth and and assembly line signs are in

I Dr. George E. Bagley, txecu- worthy of consideration. The milk at frequent Intervals Spanish and English.

live secretary of the Baptist Ex- sources said Fulbright had not Wednesday. He speaks a few HouseworkGAINESVILLEDoe
Zublllagi grudgingly admits
TAMPA (AP)-Male studentsof cutive Board and Dr. Leon with his
time -
discussed it In advance with any word at a that Florida's
the University of South Flor- Macon, president of the Alabama and the medical staff. sugar cane yield
member of the administrationand family
per acre In the rich Everglades
Ida your
staged
a mass demonstra. Baptist State Convention,
that "specifically on Cuba homework take too much time, mucklands Is superior to Cuba.
tion early today to protest the: said in a joint statement:
and Panama it does not represent tire or bore ? The United States Is now hometo
cancellation of a scheduled appearance "Our President Is obviouslytrying Youths you you
by Chicago Bear to coerce the people In the policy" of the ad- Negro If it does, do something :Zubillaga, who plans to remain -

quarterback Bill Wade. the nation into backing til* moveto ministration. Sit-In about it, lay home economic In Florida even If Castro
Miller said the real myth InFalbrigist's
Unbreakable I The 1,500 men tried to turn enlarge federal power to the Attempt specialist with the florida falls.
speech were his assumptions Extension Service "We are the Amer-
: the demonstration into a panty point where our freedom to Agricultural captivating
I that the Soviet Union MIAMI (AP) Four Negro
Ican taste I wonderful
l Service see a
raid but were repulsed in their choose: our associates and nelgr
Mainspring has "drawn back" from aggressive -youth attempted a sit-in at a "
needs to business ahead. he
homemaker
The
rush on the dormitories by police hors will be placed in the hands says.
policies, that "the nature of Miami eating place last night
Stainless steel II and by co-eds dumping of the bureaucrats study her way of working and
water -
.. iz .,... on them from upper story "We cannot In good conscience the Chinese Communist threat"hal but left after being Ignored for learn to save time and energy. Deaths and Funerals
.on changed and that more one hour
s backs windows endorse this bill We the nearly This Is especially true of work
urge
trade with Communist nation The lit-m attempt occurred RITES FOR MR. MITCHELL
The physical education depart- 30,000 Baptists in Alabama to carried on in the kitchen be-
3 Anti-Magnetic will "strengthen the foundations,after about 20 white and Negro Funeral services for P. G.Mitchell. .
ment had arranged for Wade to study Its Inherent dangers, and cause much of her time U
,
outside the
of peace. pickets appeared (9, of 214 W, Orange
on %,, there.
address awards decide for themselves spent Proper placementof
an dinner. The
Waterproof restaurant (Muggy's), one of, St., who died Monday, were
speech cancelled Dr. The Southern Baptists claim work center should be in
was
,., by for integrattonlst held
,," two target yesterday at St. Joaepb'lCatbolic
Dustproof Herbert Wunderlich, dean of student -10 million member la the, CASABLANCA HARBOR BIG after a winter lull In activity. relation to each other. Adequate Church, with the Rev.
affair because said words of the President "No CASABLANCA. Morocco-Cu- faculties for storage and
he theappearance The-second eating place (Rebel Fr. William J. O'Farrell of-
might raise "false group of Christian hal greater ablanca hal Africa' largest practice of easier and better
Steer) also was picketed by IcUting. Burial was In Oak
I hopes" that the school was goIng responsibility for cIvIlJIahWASH1NtrO ." harbor_ about 20 Negroes and white but way of doing all Job from Hilt Burial 'ark.Pallbearera .

$14 to start a football program. no it-lii was attempted. the least to the greatest paya
Five highway patrolmen and off by saving time and energy were Larry
Meantime, a racially mixed
Dust Is Offered Shlppe, Matt Smith. Manuel
C eight sheriff deputies were Si7vcf group of eight picket appeared The way a person works, Branco Paul
tax Downing Marvin
plus called In to augment the campus outside the Chamber of Com- (land*, sits, and the amount

Hvd.to-get- but w* have them. police force when the demonstration In Pierce Of Cartwheelsworth mere In St. Augustine yesterday of stooping and reaching she Gentry-Morrison Busing and William Funeral J. LaLonde.Home

started at 1:30: a. m. There and passed out handbills to does while working and the
Famous TIMEX Automatic Man'sWatch In of
was charge arrangements
were no_arrests and no.!Injuries 1 (AP) Theovernmentv ; of silver Is expected to tourists urging them not to stop way she use her hand and
e- that winds Itself with the'rTjc' there. eyes tend to lessee fatigue and
[ offers one-dollar last for years. Industrial users
': natural motion of your wrttt' rackets of silver dust to the public have been making intermittent Integration attempts at St. result In greater output with RITES FOR MRS. MltafELLFune.1
,
I with today in an anticlimax to the purchases from the governmentsince Augustine, the nation's oldest less expenditure of energy. services for Mrs.

Get yours today Imazlng great silver dollar rush of ISM last September. cIty, fell off after demomtr The way she dresses influence Mary C. Mitchell of 305 West

t : PAY NO MONEY DOWNCOMPLETE n..., Secretary of the Treasury Most of the Treasury' silver lions resulted in clashes be-, her ability to work also. Comfortable Park Ave., who died yesterday
dresses with back for morning were held
MICU.MODULE Douglas Dillon announced I II in bar worth $1,000 or more tween police and Negroes last yesterday at
well-fitted shoes with St.
fall. action, Joseph's Catholic Church.
By topping the outflow of silver
Wednesday that the
1 circuitff government dollar the low to medium high broad The Rev. Father William 0'
Treasury departed -
La- WATCH OVERHAUL will ver dollars no longer for exchange It* .1\.1 from Its usual policy of Ignoring CAmE AUCTIONS heels and good foundation garment Farrell officiated and burial..

paper increase her ability to In Oak HiD Burial Park. Services .
,:;. With Free Stretch Welch Bend After another run by coin cot the numismatic value-the JACKSOMV1U.S .- .s,. INClVOISt CUMlnP .. O ... w.,O lectore and dealer, the Treasury -price set by collector*-of a ,...II.a'l uciuiiJw work with less fatigue. were under the directionof
S rta MA M|( -' wcdimdAy ftt AfrMh*. asi., To save time and energy, a Dukee-Steen Funeral Home
coin.
0 Cat* Polth, 4. Kl 4r-'r.-; Tlmnt, NewCrvvUI. supply of cartwheels was 0'5 Md lire OU. RocMiiu lit T ..rUU -
On* YMT Ow...._ "Morgaa" TypeA U4IO ....nl..'... UO wwk Mrlwt. homemaker must plan organ' Pallbearers were Paul Eanelli,
down ..
to 3 mil-
approximately Treasury spokesman said uyre1'aII' ne,7sun'nfla! ttn- ize her storage, make necessary Lola Faggisy, Don Dabbing,
lion. Most of these are old coins
995.w. & ci.MlTn changes In the physical Clyde Olaon, William Grimm
the remaining 3 million Includethe : Ht4 SSO-lOa lIMo JOIO1JOO
The new Serenade Is Full Performance and almost all are worth more -
: a !.. .l.ii<>rd It 00-110.. set-up, have work and ,and J. R. VillettAMBULANCE
......".. t..._,.... .'acsriss, lUarinc AuL Ddivem than face value to collector A "Morgan" type coin mintedat VMbn XX Ut-lM Ik rdrat. Yes storage -- -
.r.io : .:c '=. ...tr I aU th* poww you >.... for clear I decision will be mad later- Carson City N v, in 1871 ""word> ra, >nil r'r lood 14 00-1 OOOM >4= heights built for her, adequate
One dealer said he was willing fMM A) iMra o< b.U.r, ll general and specific lighting,
bMrinf I Yet it b the snullMi bt- probably by Congress-on their
hlad.th..u hearing aid Ddton disposition. to pay up to $40,000 for a $1,000 -. CI_ practice good posture and
MOW tbilliM 4u *M lbs ITM-
bag of Morgan coin. dress properly for the Job. AllIs
km WOT produced. Com la {
I now Meets Law Dillon Mid these coin "can- nesuwe| MMIIUI 40A-M RM ItMV I In vain unless you are will- SERVICE
for FREE lertranie' (warm test
ILkthDCPEND5IIItewgL55 To comply with a 1963 law the not be distributed" coil. (mtmtff, OaMl mssee MM Ing to find and practice bet-
If
equitably ..... .
1-'no blifatioa.RAT I oe. a.Is 17..3U. .. .... ...... III II.
-wonM Treasury will give an unmarked the Treasury continue Its release 110. ter ways of working. **..T less .* the

envelope containing a dollar'sworth policy. The coin would be CITRUS SHIPMENTS
$IIRWALO 0.Nik.tf e ilk* -r day.
I of silver
granule to any entirely absorbed by dealers,I

109 E. MAIN one who present a dollar bill and collectors, h* said. |i wnrno n AV Elf (AP.....nt, cttnu" THORNTONMEMORIAL
ST, ** *""*" Je a
<
Belionee 'The paper money must be presented I The Treasury clanged Its door SiST : HOME

Open Monday and Friday Evenings Till 9 i' In person to a government 'shut to silver dollar seeker at,;E u *??} ?1S. T"*",I I'n ,. ,'" ...

HIAIINfl SERVICE I assay office in New Yorkor 11 am. Wednesday after an.true* JtMt IS:::: MToUl I.. "' ,j'')) I 417 N. Miss. Are.fhen .

101 .. Lows St. Ph. I2-I4SO, San Francisco I estimated $250,000 worth of cartwheels CWUM-MI elena S40 it :ann nei 7S >>,I .... MU '.1U)

& : The Treasury' 1.7billion were sold. I, i.'PI.: 510 IIJ te,5 i.ll' ..lei ''I'If.


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JfrfeJ tl Time.WASHINGTON .

Fire This Time And NextWhether ;r- '- administration foreign- A ranking policy

leader In the Senate urged
the United States today to 1
the tragic Jacksonville call, no way to contain the raw emo- adapt itself to a complex and

race riots will "help" or "hurt" Mayor tionalism of both Negro and white peo- changing world, to bed old
moralistic and to dare
Burns'\ bid for the governorship is of ple caught in a frenzy of destructionand think "unthinkable myths things."

small importance at this time. Rather blood-letting. In a speech designed. In his

than engage in that sort of speculation The law of averages should entitle own words, to explode the long *

officials of other Florida cities the mayor of Jacksonville to one right accepted "self-evident truths" tiT

would do well to study Jacksonville's decision but apparently, too, let him In the American "national vo

mistakes, and then find the personaland down. Burns made a flamboyant TV- cabulary"Union and Communism about the soviet Cuba

political courage to avoid these screen move to swear in 498 firemen and China, Panama and Latin

mistakes at home.Americans as special policemen and forbid further America, Sen. J. William Ful-

are great blame-fixers. civil rights demonstrations, in the bright called for a new bold

It is something of a national pastime, manner of Marshal Dillon entering a policy of reevaluating old
ideas and commitments."We .
like Mexico's lottery and the rugby disorderly saloon. Had the mayor Y
must learn to exploreall
matches of England. We don't find considered making public facilities of the options and possibilities x

fault with blame-fixing as a mediumof available for peaceful demonstrations, that confront us In a

entertainment, but we do suggest as Governor Bryant and the cabinetdid complex and rapidly changing! J. William Fulbright

there isn't time, in what has rightly for Friday's "Rights march" on f f' world," he said. "We must
learn welcome rather than
to the White House, a apokesman -
called America's racial revolution Tallahassee? Did he recall the Leon
been fear the voices of dissent and called it "very InterestIng -
for endless chatter. The time is County circuit court decision of a year 4eP not to recoil in horror when. with many items worthyof

here for positive action on the com ago affirming the right of Negroes to ever some heretic suggests consideration."

munity level. Otherwise, we could demonstrate peacefully, in small numbers that Castro may survive or But he said "specifically on
that Khrushchev isn't bada
find ourselves gazing in fascination at for something they believe in? fellow as Stalin was."as Cuba and Panama it does not
.1 represent the policy of this administration -
the blazing Jacksonville skyline onlyto The Arkansas Democrat, ."

smell smoke coming from our own CERTAINLY TillS is no attemptto h who is chairman of the Senate Reviewing the present U,S.

basement excuse or justify the lawlessness of II Foreign Relations Com policy posture, Fulbright said:
teenage mobs and older hoodlums, mittee and a respected voiceIn "We are clinging to old
International policies I ,
of controland ..w/.uar..a w.Voice. myths in the face of new realities .
THE VALUE OF a bi-racial com- both white and colored out warned his colleagues, how
mittee as an always-available "fire ex- hell-bent for blood-letting. In the ever that thus far the US, and we seek to escape the
contradictions by narrowingthe
tinguisher" ought to be fairly obvious. circumstances, police in Jacksonvillewere confronted by a fluid world permissible bounds of pub-

When persons of different views sit obliged to act. But police action, situation Is "not adapting"Itself lic discussion, by relegating

down and "talk it out," they usuallycome on local as well as national levels, is to It. Increasing number of ideas

to some sort of agreement as to what happens when leadership fails. of the PeopleThis THE LENGTHY speech, de- category and viewpoints of unthinkable to a growing

what the facts are. That accomplished There are a great many sensible people livered before a near-empty thoughts."

the chances of a reasonable agree of both races in every Florida city Senate chamber, had not been "I believe that this tendencycan
cleared or discussed beforehand -
ment are vastly increased. and town; we are just hopeful enoughto Is The Ledger's Opinion Page'Thl. with the President or and should be reversed,

Mayor Burns could have had a bi- believe that these moderates are in White House aides. that it Is within our ability
!. editorial ,.(. .05... the ....*..*''. SW* .,Intent ., ...It... *f current ,,,,.__ In Hi. any and unquestionably In our interests
racial committee. He was urged time the majority. It is time for each com .. C.I" .. l. .....* However, it was construedas
editorial column It w.lcom.i the epinloni *f ** in Iht Volet tf the P.opl ttn to cut loose from established -
and again to appoint one. But he did munity to establish a forum in which b* lljn.J and b..r the writ..'. add".., but .."' .. will b. withhtld upon nqv.it. A letter ihould ... both a criticism of certain myths and to startthinking
not When fire broke out in the base- moderate voices may be heard and icMd 250 wordi, end poetry c.nnot b. ...... The l.dyei is..",.. the right H tKl asp Uttof w administration policies and asa some unthinkable \
contribution to the formula-
ment, there wasn't any fire truck to moderate influences felt. short* 'It. Opinion .f cclummiti and tKr contributor *ppr Uwhr *n this PD.*. of It thoughts-about the cold war \
tion new ones. was a
and East-West relations, about
resume of Fulbrlght views
old to get a job, so I have to speech for president. I kept that on different occasions, the underdeveloped countries
How To Spend exist on what I get, which Is hearing "two cars In every he had made known to the and particularly those In Lat
and two chickens in in America, about the changing -
I garage
Power Of The Consumer"A 12 times less than what the President
$40 BillionEDITOR every pot" the bad part nature of the Chinese Com
congressmen already get. was I kept seeing the heads Specifically, Fulbright called munist threat in Asia and
And If I go to Old-age Assistance of both Goldwater and Hooveron for distinctions between various about the festering war la
steadily mounting number of the public. : Yes, there are lots and try to get a little the same body. Communist states and encouraged Vietnam," he said

consumers are simply dissatisfied with The subject arouses passion on both of things that I could and medical help, I get laughed J. M. DURRANCE trade with them.

retail product packaging." sides, and the facts are often lost in would do if I had $40 billionto at. I am unable to go to a dispute He charged with that Panama the long had FULBRIGHT has SAID been that, Inevitably
there "some
The words are those of Mrs. Esther the scuffle. Imaginative packaging does spend the way I would like. doctor, I have no money to been "unnecessarily protract divergence between the realities

Peterson, special assistant to the President help sell products and does add to the crippled First I would person see was that every taken pay him. I have to give up Socialists On ed" He insisted that the U.S. of foreign policy and our

for consumer affairs. She cites pleasure and efficiency shopping.Yet care of. I would make sure my hospital insurance becauseI should "negotiate" a revisionof Ideas about It."

such things as odd fractional weights, any housewife could cite abuses.As that no one would lie around can no longer pay for it. Ballot AgainEDITORi "and the disabuse 1903 Canal ourselves Zone treaty of the "This divergence Is. In my J

weights printed In small typeand; deceptively in everything else, a few bad apples and suffer like I am doing AllI When I go to a store and myth that there is something opinion, dangerous and unnecessary .
Is pills And -dangerous because it
that contain whole lot. can get pain buy loaf of bread, : I hope that In this morally sacred" about It.
large packages cast suspicion on the a a quartof
maybe later on I will lose the year's Presidential campaign can reduce foreign policy t. a
more air than product.Mrs. While the lawmakers investigate/ ". :o'irl leg ir.lcfllio: one milk or piece of meat the newspapers will do their On Cuba Fulbright said that fraudulent game of 'Imageryand (
Peterson recently urged industry and cogitate and others, agitate the :. do. with to keep ally, It costs me as level best to help dispel some "time is overdue for a can- appearances, unnecessary
standards getting a man on the moon, much as the who 12 of the did reevaluation of our Cubanpolicy because It can be overcome
to voluntarily set up on consumer need not stand by helplessly.The man gets Ignorance that prevails Jt .
$40! billion would make a bet even though may
times much I do Yet to by the determination of men
as as as political
different products, simplify labelingand purse in his hand is a powerful ter place for all the United parties. lead to distasteful conclusions ,
he can ask the taxpayers to There are many voters and In high office to dispel prevailing "
packaging and eliminate dishonest weapon.In States citizens to live and you .
Increase his paycheck, not others who have never even misconceptions by the can
practices. a negative way, he can refuse to and every one else know that what I get in a year but 10 heard of the SOCIALIST LA- He said it was now clear did dissemination of unpleasant
that the blockade
Others go further and urge more 'purchase any' product he feels is deceptively Is true. times that amount. BOR PARTY, a party that has policy "has economic been a failure" but Inescapable facts," he

stringent federal regulations. Manu packaged. More positively, THE PEG LEO Please excuse me for being participated in every Presi- and that the US, Instead of said.To
alive, but I'm here and don'thave dential election since 1892.
of these
dispose "myths"and
facturers generally oppose this, claim he can inform the store manager, or sense enough to keep The papers should see to It being "transfixed with Cuba, to urge some "unthink

ing the consumer is adequately pro- better yet, write the company con CongressmenPaid still Perhaps its my age. that the voters know the should of consider the continued the acceptance exist able thoughts," Fulbright list-

tected by present laws, which at the cerned.If I'm only 82. names and views of ALL the ence of the Castro regime as ed a half-dozen key world situations

same time allow industry enough latitude the manufacturer is reputable, as Too Much? C. H. I.. candidates, Including that will those be campaigning of a "distasteful nui.ance." but In which, he suggested -

to exercise ingenuity in present most are, this ought to result in more the Socialist Labor Party. "not an intolerable danger"so the U.S. Insisted upon see
ing Itself and the world In
ing new products and new packages to action than a dozen letters to Congress. EDITOR: I read the Ledger Another The Socialist Labor Party long to their as the collective Americas defense live ."moralistic rather than em-
every day, and today I learned will hold Its National Convention up commitments.On pirical terms."
in New York City at the
something. In the editorial China, the senator suggested The first myth, he said Is
page where people have their DreamerEDITOR Henry Hudson Hotel May 2-4 that the U.S. adopt an that "the devil resides Immutably

I Meddling That BackfiredThe say hoping I read the where President someone would was and ticket will for nominate the Presidential a national "open door" policy, and "re- In Moscow," though now
Dreams are election flect on the conditions under "the devil has betrayed us by
veto the $10,000 raise being thought to be a means for The Socialist Labor which it might be possible for traveling abroad and worse
Party
asked by congressmen. I was the body to expel a certain us to enter into relatively still by dispersing himself,
Justice Department has sub court suit demanding that they use unaware that they were al- Intends to get on the ballot In
kind of poison This Goldwater normal relations with main turning now here, now
up
mitted brief in suit ask their local as many states as possible.
control $22,500.
a supporting a self-proclaimed over ready getting campaign for president seems land China." there, and in many places at
ing for a court order directing desegregation schools to desegregate them. Wallaceand I was not only surprisedbut to be stirring up a lot of this NATHAN PRESSMAN REACTIONS favorable and once, with a devilish disregardfor
of public schools throughout the the board lamely attempted to retrieve shocked. Why? I'll tell poison. My dream was all (Party Member) hostile, to Fulbright's speech the laboriously constructed
state of Alabama. The suit marks the the situation by arguing it was you why. 1 happen to be too about Hoover's campaign (Ellenville N.Y.) spread through the capital. At frontiers of Ideology."

first attempt to enforce school desegregation all a mistake, claiming: they really

on a statewide basis. Separate didn't have authority over local schools

desegregation suits heretofore have and rescinding the orders on school Borrow Slide-Rule And Figure Your Fare I I.lbly

had to be filed in each school district closing and tuition "payments.

maintaining segregated schools. Macon County residents had showna
By RUSSELL BAKER When are the "peak" travel arled Income rose, the tax sensible to hire a full- Of course, no one can be
Alabama Gov. George Wallace and willingness to accept the court'soriginal >rrto IJork Iirnr weeks of the tourist season? bite would rise and the traveler time personal travel advisertoo. certain without advice.
the state school board, of which Wallace desegregation order. It was WASHINGTON-The latest Can he arrange his schedule might be reduced to flyIng He can confer with the expert

is ex-officio president, opened only after Wallace agitated on the segregation development In the Interna- to fly at midweek during the poor. tax lawyer about your finan- Unhappily, everything Is so
themselves to the suit by proclaiminglast issue and blocked the admission tional conspiracy against san- non-"peak" weeks? Psycho- Thus, with all the other cal- cial position, and the tax lawyer complicated nowadays-a I I-
ity is the new fare systemfor logically, can he think poor culations that have to be made can confer with the travel plane tickets taxes carburetors -
January that they had authorityover of Negroes for a week by use of transatlantic air travel, while flying economy class about the air fare the vacation adviser about your flight\ record players, washing
all schools in the state and order state troopers that the white boycott which takes effect next week. then get off the plane and plan requires Intricate bookings. machines rose plantings, chil
ing the closing of Tuskegee High developed. The ironical result of Wale Under the new rate schedule start thinking like a vice president study of the traveler's tax po- Both of them will take two- dren. Only a madman would

School in Macon County.The lace's attempt to meddle and block computing the cost of a ? sition. The only sound thingis month first-class tours of Eu- make a move without professional
trip to Europe requires the With concentrated researchand to hire a tax lawyer, preferably rope, on tax-free business advice.
school had been desegregatedearlier desegregation In this one school district same macabre skills InvolvedIn planning of course, all on permanent retainer expenses, and use their clients' Dark and mighty forces are
by court order, but was attended is to make possible the broadest computing a United States these questions could be answered which. Is only slightly costlier retainers to put their children conspiring to make life Impossible

only by 12 Negro students after attack yet against school segregationin Income.tax return. People and a travel scheduleand than/ the 21-day round-trip Into private schools In Switz to paralyze us, to
white students instituted a boycott. any of the Southern states. who find it amusing to hole budget estimate could be economy-class midweek off- erland. They will advise you drive us to Maine with an uncertain
for week with "peak" flight to Glasgow.AS that could have
good afforded
a
up a you carburetor a wheelIng -
The state school
board also ordered the The three-judge federal court hear -
depreciation table will relish 21 glorious days In Glasgow record player, explosive
local school board to make tuition payments ing the suit has been provided an op the challenge of trying to compute f' HE WILL have only a if you hadn't spent so much children and nightmares of

to the white students attending portunity'to speed up the process of the cost of an economy \ /rte layman's grasp of the transatlantic money on tax lawyers and demons from the Internal
.
private schools.An school desegregation in Alabama while class, 21-day return flight to .. ". fare system it Is pos- travel advisers. Revenue Service.

Alabama Negro took administering lesson to demagogicstate Zagreb in late August. Sen
attorney a sible people will prefer to sum worked out. if there were no
Wallace and the school board at their officials who would interfere with mer in Maine. other factors to worry about.

word and promptly filed the federal local desegregation efforts. The big type In the airline Unfortunately, there are other
Potomac
ads say, "You can now fly to factors to worry about. Fever
Europe for only $30!)." The
tiny print however pointsout RIGHT NOW, for example
LAKELAND LEDGER that the fare will be higheron most people who can afforda By FLETCHER KNEBEL
weekends, on some week flight to Europe are totally
days all week during certain absorbed in the tax code. White House press aide Pierre Salinger announces he's a Senate candidate

use"sa IP"n e.WL.a III, ""peak" travel periods In the They have no time to alt and the stock market takes its first fall in weeks.
,atJeNN tourist season, on one-way around guessing whether three *
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's .av.,a-"t ?tLtVf.o. q S7'L t..::.; tickets, on round-trip flights weeks will be long enough to
"' ..".. ..nMt Cu..t NYNT... when the traveler stays more stay In Europe. They are busy LBJ pins a "better deal" tag on his administration. But by the numberof
Citrus Center _,' AweNrl .'C"... ss.nuv. c.
r wtan MnaNa NIN.T ..'UY. than three weeks and, of trying to guess how much ,women he's appointing, husbands are calling it the "better half deal"
,........... .,.-. -
course on first-class seats. money they will make next 'r

year so that they can file The Army says it won't take champ Cassius Clay because he failed the
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.portm.nts-686.1151 AND OH YES the $300! estimated income-tax forms. draft test. The problem wa math Clay said he'd lick Liston in the eighth
takes him only as far as Glas They.,. also worrying and.he did it in seven.
lOW. What looks In the ads about where their Income will
JUIJCUPTION RATES like a problem In simple arith- derive from this year. It Is *

Dee Y**. . .. .. .. $2010 0.. M.nth .. .. .. .. .. '$1.7 metic Is actually an exerciseIn easy enough to fly first-class Final analysis of the New Hampshire victory of Lodge over Goldwater:

Sis MesH .. .. $10.40 Wk . .. .. .. .. .. .40 calculus. and think like a vice presidenton Write-in. Right out.
Consider all the variablesthe Income derived from oil
Tkr. M.ntHs .. .. $ 5 JO S.ni.y Out.* Y*.f .. .. $7.10 and *
traveler has to Juggle property sales. The government
Today's civil war lacks the romance of the old
one. None of the Yankee)
when he starts budgeting for detests !Income of that
warriors wear beards and the remaining Dixie
ylllih1 .....***". escape Saturday sad m SunJ.y __I.. .f ...... ..*' N.w.,.,.. c.r*. his trip. Does he want to go sort and wants very little of it. not growing cotton for federal plantations are all devoted to
beyond Glasgow? If so, Is it If by late August .In tlie"peak" money.
Latched 'Mi 11102
more economical to leave his travel season, how- *

8 flight there and go overland ever., oil and property-sale The White House lay we must beat Russia in space. RealtOrs already have
.. or by sea to, say, Zagreb income' declined while sal- their sales slogan for lots on the planets: Buy JupiterlLEDGER

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III f LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday March 21, IM4 II


Malcolm X Making REPORT Astronaut's Menu Is Gourmet's Delight I There IS a Safer Way' '



Leadership ProgressBy I By Associated HAROLD R. WILLIAMS Dr. Paul Lachance, NutrI--treme dryness drains the mouthof about 2,500 calories-, comparedwith Smoke Cigarettes!
Press Writer to
I tional Physiologist of the Life moisture. 3,000 consumed In everyday
i
HOUSTON
(AP-One astronaut Support Section of the manned A new food container wu devised life.
I
turns to the other and : I
says
FULTON LEWIS JR. New Jersey Negroes, ran "What1 on the menu today? spacecraft center, said scientists after Cooper's night, along The menu 1s loaded with foods
WASHINGTON-.Tbederr- candidates for the State Leg I'm hungry" weren't sure at first if man with a long-nosed water nozzle, of low residue, low indigestible II Yen Are Concerned About Me U.I.Surf. ..-General s
Muslim IlOilo Malcolm X. Black islature. While no New Fron The other astronaut says, could chew and swallow whilein which connects to the capsule's fiber, and low gas producing Report ON Smoking YOU SHOULD tVSC...
turned Black Na- tier candidates won. they did 'Let's see, this 1* the fifth day a weightless condition.Lt. 'water supply materials
strides tlonallsr has made giant draw sufficient votes from we've been up here, so for Col. John Glenn, In the A breakdown shows proteins AfiIter WATCHACTIVATEDDISPOSAILC
toward leadership la the first U. S. orbital Water Added I ,
the Negro breakfast .It'* sugar coated mission, weigh 20 per cent, fats 17 and
rlihtemov.civil P ',,, several flakes, sausage patties,toast andorangegrapefruit proved that food could be The plastic container has a carbohydrates 6J. The calorie "m"'IP'"
ment ,t4, victory juice. chewed and swallowed once It sealed valve in the top and the'level Is 17 per cent protein, 32
last withinthe "1 New Frontier Party leaders "Lunch will be tuna' salad, was In the mouth. His menu nozzle fits snugly Inside. After per cent fat and 51 per cent REMOVES UP TO 91% TARS
weeks.A two flushed from their Pyrrhic cheese sandwich, apricot pud- consisted of puree, or baby food, water has been added, from carbohydrates. ,
I r victory, will this ding and In squeeze tube like tooth- three to five ounces dependingon
fortnight t yearI grape juice. Lachance said the food pro AND UP TO 90% NICOTINE
ago Malcolm, 'I I field a full slate of candidates "And for dinner, beef pot paste. !! the type of food, the valve gram was Integrated Into the
number two In northern New Jersey They roast, carrots In cream sauce, Cookie A ProblemOn closes to prevent leakage. Gemini program with restric FROM AMERICA'S
will run candidates for the toasted bread cubes, pineapple I Another valve the FAVORITE
man in the resembling tions-keep it small, light and
Black Muslim I U.S. Senate, the U.S. Houseof cubes and tea. For a late snack, Lt. Cmdr. Scott Carpen mouthpiece of a skindiver's apparatus use little power. I r.1V;
hierarchy, announced Representatives, and the we have potato soup, chicken ter's flight, crumbling cookiesbecame pulls from the bottom i "We finished by I, CIGARETTES (fitter or plain)
Eases County posts of Surro- bits, toast, applesauce, brownies a major J problem. and fits Into the astonaut'smouth. taking up (IWIUf
that Xj gate Sheriff and the Boardof and Crumbe floating around the capsule He little space, not much weight
grapefruit Juice. gets his food PACKAGE OF 10-
lie was quit- Chosen Freeholders. pointed up the danger of by and no power," he said. "The ? / Q j
ting that group LEWIS The conversation Is'make believe possible electrical shorts on squeezing the bag. food Is good, and who knows,, GOOD FOR 200 CIGARETTES".. 57F
to form his but the menu Is real. It For you diet buffs, Lachance the .
own Black Na vital electronic equipment. astronauts might even gain I I
THE MARYLAND State is of four "
tionalist organization. one that will be used said one day's menu contained "
Senate, In a the Maj. Leroy Gordon Cooperwu -------- weight. _
Since then, working out of vlrtualy-unprece- on manned Gemini space ;;: --- ---
temporary dented move, teas blasted ,flights scheduled next year. the first astronaut to use
New headquarters In U. S. foreign policy a* cow the freeze dried foods, but getting
York's
Hotel Others Listed
Theresa, ardly and ineffective. The water Into the plastic bagsto
Brother Malcolm (as he now Democratic-controlled body Other foods Include peanut hydrate the food was awkward A 11 REASONS WHY
prefers to be called) has
powerful leaders seen approved a Special Resolution butter sandwiches, shrimp cock- and he ate only onethirdof
for assistance. come to him stating Its "deep concern tail, spaghetti with meat sauce, his beef pot roast

This, despite his over the foreign policies salmon salad, fruit cocktail, The bite-size foods, which s9sn "J
that American Negroes suggestions of the United States and the chocolate pudding, ham and Cooper ate after the water AL wA It Pays To Shop At Penney'sOPEN

form "rifle clubs" and low ebb to which this great applesauce, potato 'salad,!troubles, will not crumble. They
for "self-defense." arm country hat come In the esteem peaches, banana pudding and don't heed water to be eaten
Malcolm's advice This despite and affection of the rest cinnamon toast. 'but it helpa because the ex- OVER 1,000 FREE
that of the world." The foods are freeze dried ----- -- --- --- --- TONITE 'TIL 9 P.M.
Negroes kill
police dogs used .
1 1
.. and then
to curb civil rights demon. compressed placed In FAT PARKING SPACES
strations. This despite his vicious Nelson Rockefeller Is the air-tight plutlc bag so that one AND EVERY MON. THURS. FRI.
attacks on established albatross around his brother, man's meals for one day weight I OVERWEIGHT Downtown 6 PM to 9 PM
Negro leaders (Ralph Bunche Winthrop' neck. Winthrop 1.3 pounds and occupies 100
Is sn "international Uncle has long been groomed as the cubic Inches. Arallabl to you without a doctor'.
man who be Arkansas' This compares with the fourto priwrlptlon, our drug called ODRJNKX. -
Tom"). can Ton must |o.* ugly fit er
One weekend after his first Republican governor.But five pound eaten daily by Tour.... mossy. beck No UNnuou. Women'sEmbroidered
split ..
the .1. lautlvM, mI. or : I
Winthrop must of average person. However, r"
with the Muslims, Malcolm taking of 0k>raiid reducing otn- ( _
course, back his brother for 70 per cent of this weight is dl.*. cracker or rnnkl., or ch."- I
was invited Chester
to Pennsylvania ....
..
InIP. ODRINKX I I. a tiny Mont
President. Now word water The astronaut's food has
for a meeting with come and ..nlly ftwtllow.4. Whn "Blouses'
militant leaders. from Arkansas that leaders of 99 per cent of the moisture re you Uko ODRINKX.. you still tnjoyvonr Special
Negro
Mal the Republican Party in that moved. meals) Mill .t the food you
colm received the greatest Ilk., but you Imply don't hats theur.o
applause afforded state are shying away from The process leaves the beef for ul" portion btoau.
any speak Winthrop Rockefeller. Sort of pot roast looking like a brown ODRINKX: .d.prmm your appoint I21
er. Negro leaders who cheered and d........ your tfulr for
Malcolm Included comedian guilt by association. glob of dried mud but with lood'our w.lght murt com
State GOP Chairman William water added, it does like down, because II your own doctor
taste
Dick Gregory Cambridge will t.ll whoa ut loia, Short sleeve cotton allwhite.
; you you ,
L. Spicer, for instance, beef pot roaatCM l I.... Oat rid of fur I
Gloria you w.111 nonfat > h ; I
Maryland's Sizes 34
RichardI I Insists that Winthrop is tryIng -- and it.. lon.",. ODRINKX: ( aSea 1 e fa 33.
son, and Chicago's Lawrence 0011 I*Oft and li sold on this
Landry. The last-named Negro t to force his brother on ..I.*. (3UARANTEK: If not satisfied for A I IGirl'l
State Republicans. This Wln INSURANCE any naion Just return the pack-
heads a nationwide t druirslit and sot
group are your your
called the Coordinating Coun- throp denies, but there Is no SIRVICKUnlsr full raonur bark. No qumtloni 11kk; 7'
doubt his political sledding uka. ODRINKX tl sold with thisguor.nt.
cil of Civil Rights organizations. Upthow, .* byi I IMERRILL'S
would be easier if his brother I DRUB MA"T-
were not seeking the Presi Int.MS == 114S (. MAINMAIL ONLY EASTERDRESSES
I UPON MS return to New *. Turn. *_ Hi. ut-1111: ORDCR "LL'D.Adv... /
York, Malcolm was wooed by dency.
t \ (
Negro militants who ran a

week.second Malcolm school boycott pitched last in, $1 $3

was on radio and television LAKELAND DRUGRESTAURANT To
to urge his followers to keep /
their children home In protest \ h.." Big assortment of new
against slum conditions. '.i_tiri ,,, styles. Broken sizes.
A quarter million Negroes 688
played hookey and credit went I
to Malcolm, a Brooklyn mln ,
J f I later the Rev. Milton Gala A- Women'sEASTER
mlson and Jesse Gray, dynamic .
4 "MOST VNVSVAV
.;
.. leader of New York i
,

rent strikes.Gray and. Malcolm, as a .604 West Memorial Blvd. $Iz. 72.20 HATS

( out matter by New of fact York, were Police singled Commissioner NEXT TO rOODTOWN SUPERMARKET ,14'/2.24W sMt. $2" $3

Michael Murphy SPECIALS THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
And
s s "Irresponsible" leaden e
who, through "lust for poweror : Hundreds of styles with

other sinister motives" seethe FILM FREE PRINTS ; ,j j'r \ik.AJh big or little trim and gay
civil rights movement asa or ; \ lowers./ t

"means to a personal end you get a FREE roll of film or two prints for the price I l '
or as the weapon to create i ':
LAKELAND DRUG.
service et
day ;
chaos In our community. 68f. fl
Gray and Malcolm stung Film , . 3 Rolls ( Min's
back insisting that "Murphy I
must go." Their charges were C'y ( 1)) 4 x I A DRESS
echoed by the New York State ,
Communist Party which shot ; 'tit' r SHIRTS I
HAIR SPRAY
PLUS 68c
Robert . . '
letter to
oft a Mayor + ev.'f
Wagner demanding that i S 199

Murphy be fired. (Limit 1)); Reg. 79e (Limit Ui); I ,
Whether or not Malcolmwill
accept Communist sup BAYER L fi
port Is not known. He neatly I t i 2 styles to choose from, button
,r down or mop tab collar. Short
dodged one question put to PASTE ASPIRIN 7 .
,
him by a New York newsman w e1Ntp1 or long siesta Sun 14 to 17.

saying only that If he i
were Imprisoned In a cage < 100 57;

with a wolf "I don't care I V Tablet I Boys'
who opens the) door and !lets
DRESSSHIRTS I
me out.
NOTE Malcolm has Indicated FOOD YOU'LL REMEMBER ,
he will plunge headlong -
into politics at "the frMey Spec/si Ssfvrs'sy sparer Svsdey Special

said proper if moment"he will affiliate He his with not FRESH FISH large CLUB STIAKChclce BAKED TURKEY DACRON SHEERS 149

Freedom Now Tr Sauce- es Dee.in.
the all-Negro 2 V.ea.bl.. .
e.kd IMIMCl C..ab.rry foot.
Parry, a group formed last Star e" 5.1., Ch.lc. .. 2 VtMkl' the fashion
year by the leftist Conrad Nmk. P"**in Her liM"it Met IIM"lt highlight arrival of spring! Cotton broadcloth with short
Lynn, or form a political >l*.vf. Pirmontnr stays In
of his own. collar. Sites 8 to 18.
party While the Freedom Now 67 6 $135 87 From the first typically Spring day and on Into Summer, you'll love these

Party has not yet run a candidate cool, crisp fashions styled In wonderful Dacron polyester batiste! Detailed
for public office another M.n'l
all>Negro party t.... OPEN 6 A.M. CLOSE 9 P.M. with dyed-to-motch tact trims, accented with full, full skirts and deep

The New Frontier Party hems! Each In Spring's rawest and prettiest pastel shades! SPRINGSUITS
formed last year by dissident Urge Select! Colorful end full ef Goodie I


HoHa Is GivenConfidence EASTER BASKETS from 49 up I aIkSl\ $42


VoteHOLLYWOOD

Everything for Making four Own faster Basket Best Prices In Town .' t 1 Townclod Dacron-wool quollry blonds eonitrucMon.for long"''
(AP) -
wear and Cron.. rtUntlon.,
The Teamsters Union has given BOYS' SLACKS Llghrwdghr' and round
Its president. James R. Hoffa.a Roy SI," Ste,...... Irish Reg. 98e For Visible Storage tight.' : Regular : :rl'Q'; ,.

confidence vote and authorized Beach Balls 79c Plastic Shoe Box : FORTIFIED oJ -
Its members to con- ea. ea. S9cw' a
tribute fund for his appeal WITH DUPONT Women's

against a federal jury-tamper .. 2" Reg. $1.09 Gallon Metal NYLON

lag conviction. '420' NYLON .,, =r
Brushes 3/55c Gas
The decisions were reached Paint Can 78c SLIPS.in
Tuesday at the closing sessionof

meeting.a quarterly executive board Replenish Your Tackle, Box \ ) r 299} lpI / l O44

Hoffa: who presided over the ,,

closed* passedWhites session,unanimously.said both resolution ALL FISHING TACKLE % PRI'CEILIGHTER ., 6 to 20 Nylon itralght/ tip with

.CSz: :
t slacks lace trim i 32 to 40. Cot3 .
Royon
Outvote now are ors: whit and b igf. Sizes 32
Pock 30' eVtro ready to take on to 40.

Chicago NegroesCHICAGO 9 piP OC s all his 'rough stuffwith /

can ; DuPont 420 ny EASTER BONNETS Girl's

(AP)-Votlnf registration FLUID. . CLEANERS . l' '\ Ion Choose from UnU GALORE! PLAIN SUMMERSUITS
by Chicago Negroes
'N FANCY!
that of C. versify Grad Slim
nearly equals Chicago or
whites, but white outvote Negroes Phone MU 2-2149 Continental models In '
$1 'n
by a margin of almost 1-2. for big
a Chicago Urban League report all the colors he likes little sisters

disclosed Tuesday.The For Free L best! Sailors, roller styles, $3
report theorized that Negro Prescription DeliveryEASY I Cloches, clips and East
abstention from the polls er bonnets! A terrific
Some knits
cotton cot-
reflects Indifference and passive assortment of styles, ,

political"the protest voter consider an expressionthat he his PARKING -:- ELEGANT FOOD -:- PLEASANT SHOPPING flowered beautifully or trimmed plain I ton-acetate Broken sizes.WASHINGTON ,. seersucker

no alternative on the ballot.", ;.-

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_LAKELAND. LEDGER, Thursday. March 28. 1WGreece's _

. Parthenon Retains Drawing Power], VVJh.: rom.' '1Vorl Cl',"" Ct"twi

: '
i erG ; ;>J.AKE; FL RIO, i
By GERALD MILLER ,custom hasn't made Hale Hi In- After 2,500 year at the lame age, continue to draw people to Greece' to attend the funeral\ :
II ATHENS (AP)-Tims haijfmlte attraction for the world I stand the Parthenon, that magnificent as though It opened yesterday I of King Paul his first stop was
withered Greece's Parthenon but'treveler ruin of the Greek golden When Harry S. Truman came the Parthenon.
"I've wanted to see this sine
I was 14 years old," said the Temperatures Jn Florida And Around The Nation

former American president. STATION H L Chlcsao ............ 37 22 New Orleans ...... 78 49
Many Uses Mad Miami ............. 80 74 Cleveland .......... 116 38 New York ......... 75 41
I The Parthenon was original!; Jacksonville ......" 82 67 Cincinnati .......... 65 33 Omaha ............ 21 L
LAKELAND ....... 80 18 Philadelphia ....... 70 5 6.
to the Greek
I,built deity as Zeus a,temple Early Christian emperors Ocala .............. 82 65 Denver ............ 33 18 Pittsburgh ......... 14 U '
turned it into a church. Orlando ............ 84 68 Des Moines ........ 18 0 St. Louis .... 42' 18'Ptnlacola
Turkish Invaders made it a mos .......... 75 66' Detroit ............. 44 33 San Francisco..... 59 411
: Tallahassee ........ 77 67 Indianepolis ........ 81 27 Seattle .4
'que classic, adding Greek minarets lines of the to origInal the' Tampa ............ 82 70 Juneau ............ Washington ........ 74 57
W Palm Beach... 79 71 Kansas City ........ 28 10
marble structure. Los Angeles ....... 64 44
One Turkish commander, less Atlanta ............ 65 58 Memphie ........... 73 28 EAROMETER
Interested in the spirit than the BostQn ............. 72 40 Milwaukee ......... 37 19 7 a.m.-29.9'
flesh, used a temple near the Charleston ......... 71 60 Mple:St. Ppul ..... 20 14 1 p.m Wedneaday-3QlO,
Parthenon to set up a harem.
: In the 17th century during a
war between Greeks and Venetians P t
AUTO the Parthenon served as C* I''J ,.
'munitions storehouse. A hot cannon
ball happened by, landedIn
the powder and Just about ..
blew the Parthenon to pieces.

I Marble Exported

Then in the early 19th century 4J
LOANSLet Lord Elgin, British anvansador
> to Turkey, culled the
,best of the Parthenon's marble hay sew t r err
sculptures They ended up in CK11.1t. :rstae
the British Museum. The Greeks ..,.a. t '
'
and British have been quarreling r -
our low-cost Auto Loon put you In the about the Elgin marblesever 1 M M R ,

driver's seat of a new or late-model used car I since wM, T' rarer.ser.wsr
Despite I its rundown conditionit
j Financing your car here is quick and easy, and retains a strangely moving
beauty.

saves you a considerable amount of cash. Location helps., Standing atop ..-=:c....=...::'r.. _
:the Acropolis a steep bluff In
With a First State Bank Auto Loan you con :
the heart of Athens, it commands ars..wr.wsw.'
choose your car wherever the best deal or valueIs I a breathtaking view' of ar..esr.aarr art.eeseaw..wrtb ,
his sprawling city the mountains .. }'. ,... .
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available. Visit our loon deportment todayfor around and the sparkling .
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Prompt, courteous service Fainting Foils I M r

,Second Robbery Hears Talk Y, e

I GLENDALE Calif. (AP) On Slide TitlesRobert ZONE FORECASTS 111. e'.M.c .
low do you stop a bank bandit NNNNH
;from robbing you a second Porter, APSA, addressed A-Partly cloudy and colder
time? tonight and Friday. Lowest tonight
\ Bank teller Susan Leroy, 43, Club last the night Lakeland, telling membersof Camera 38 to 46.
B Becoming partly cloudy
First State Bank fainted. methods of making slide tonight and Friday. Low to-
Miss told officers she
gt I recognized Leroy the bandit Wednesday titles to add Interest to slide night 45 to 50.DBecoming.
irograms.
OF LAKELAND"Your as the same curly-haired partly cloudy
Porter also judged the club
gunman; who took $520 from her
regular print competition, selecting -
Friendly Bank" March. 11 at Gateway branch of Weafhercast
these winners:,
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the Bank of America.She
i (CORNER SOUTH FLORIDA AVi. fr LIME ST.' \ fainted. Firth"Birdhouse by Flor-, Partly cloudy skies and
The bandit fled empty-handed,,. Ian Ludwig. ; second VSunsel warm temperatures today, with "
Thomas and scattered showers late today s
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Mrs. Gladys Claner. First lowed by mostly cloudy skies "-itf.W'
: honorable mention went to and cooler temperatures tonight
i L In Person "Snow-capped Rock," by Ludwig weathermen said today.
*** ;. and second honorable Tomorrow's outlook Is for tonight and Friday. Turning
mention to "Child," by Mrs. I considerable cloudiness and colder tonight. Low tonight SO
Glasser. rather cool temperatures. to 55.
Standings In the club's point Southwesterly winds at 12 to EFG-Partly cloudy to
UNDER THE BIG TENT competition are black and 22 miles an hour today will become cloudy with a few showers
white, Gordon Cook, 33; Mrs. westerly at 8 to 18 milesan through Friday. Cooler tonight
Dorothy Statham, 24; Ruth hour tonight, then north and Friday. Low tonight S3 to
Haughtallng 10. Color Mrs. erly at 10 to 18 miles an hour 65. Southwesterly wind. 10 to.
Gladys Gasser, 24; Florian Lud- tomorrow. Moderately high hu- 20 miles an hour becoming variable
WARD wig, 12; and Geanell Cook, 10. midity will decrease tomorrow.The 8 to 15 miles an hour tonight
/ maximum temperaturehere and Friday.
Last year 17 whaling fleets yesterday was 80 degrees, HIJ-Partly cloudy through
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday March 2., IN4 'I
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I Executives' Club To Hear


I Nuernberg Trial CounselThomas
aat PACKAGE STORE k
r F. Lambert Jr., trial Lambert has also taught l.wl

1 M counsel on the staff of the I at New York University and'i 4 256 N. KENTUCKY AVE. ....JJ: TILL .0 w
Boston University's School of
Nuernberg war crimes trial will :
speak tonight at 7 o'clock to Law. SPECIALS -THUR.-FRI.-SAT. i
the Lake Region Executives'Club Since ISM. he has been theeditorlnchief :
Gitr{ at the Cadet Restaurant of the NACCA CUT II,\Ti: LIQUORS I II"
k' "'4Y'y Law Journal succeeding Dean
,, I } Lambert a nationally known Roscoe Pound. i iI
1 attorney, gave the trial address
against the Nazi Party and Martin k Golden 2"
t rr Borman Chief of Staff of I Wedding 1!
the Nazi Party under Hitler. :RegistrationUnit p
Both were convicted. To Be 86' Proof 5th. ;

$( During Lambert military
(, 1
h r /: ; % [service he was a legal officer.
1 s i r kirk I if In Winter Haven
Old Crow 3 for 1125
He Bradley'was a member staff, of and Gen.participated Omar WINTER HAVEN-A mobile j

In planning and opera voter registration unit for Polk 86' Proof 5th
tional phase of military govern County residents will be here
: ment from London to the Rhineland at Southern Plaza Saturday :I

[ from I:30 a.m. until (:30 p,m. SSchenleyGin..309 $ !=
Headed Law School Polk County resident also !

Lambert, now living In Boston may register In Bartow until
received his A.B. degree, April 4 for the May primary. 90' Proof 5th. 1 ::1 S

with honor in political science

from the University of Call PUBLIC NOTICE 1 House of Stuart. 379
fornla He went on to earn professional -

SHRIVIR INTRODUCES AIDES :.....* Jkrlvor, .dir.cN, Oklt; Skriwf Df. Clou A. Otdi, ,ro i..W .f Sprlflold. C.II... degrees from Oxford,I r In. the clan part.11 ear T...paltry."." has end too star i!
and
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..wt confront t. .Introduce HIM ....1,-..."'... ........... Press .f the A'L-CIO luduitrkl. Uiilm PoHrtnwiit. tAP Win- In Graduate Law to II, 1964 wt will reverts
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Recognition was also awarded n Tuotdiy end clot OH SUII- 10ld' Forester 489 :
Lambert as a member of the "0'. .

Fulbright CriticizesLBJ I TRADE UPTO he District served of as Columbia a senior economiston Bar, and JUSTICE 100' Bottled in Bond Sthi l lVYo ;
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the Board of Economic Welfare 98 AUTO PARTS

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JAMES,Foreign MARLOW home. It PolicyBy Is sometimes necessary .

Associated Press /News Analyst for leaders to do unpleasant ., FANTASTIC 1 t 3 DAY I

WASHINGTON (AP) One and unpopular things"
of the most powerful Democratsin Speech Wide-Ranging
Congress had suggested In Fulbright ranged tile world-|
effect, that President Johnson communism, Russia Red China -
top playing to the gallery In Viet Nam, Cuba Latin
fail handling of foreign affairs. America Panama-calling for WARD
Sen. J. W Fulbright of Arkansas -|this country and Its leaders to' GYM SET SALE
chairman of the Senate abandon ancient myths, do some:
Foreign Relations Committee, thinking and face realities
In an 8.000.word speech Wednesday But on some of the problems I
criticized the Johnson administration he mentioned Fulbright didn't I
for yielding to the seem to have any new Ideas
of chronic and himself I s
"malady excessive -

He caution.laid "an" effective foreign quick Nevertheless and cynical, all response this got from a WE BOUGHT OUT THE FACTORY I U
Melvin
policy more Is one which with concerns innovation I Itself Rep., chairman R. of Laird the of platform Wisconsin -

I abroad than with conciliation, at!committee at this summer's Republican -
convention.
In a House speech answering

Fourth FEC Fulbright talk he a called trial the balloon senator's LARGEST SELECTION LOWEST PRICES EVER!

launched with the blessing sup AvVnX BWY DIRECTLY FROM TRUCK
EmployeArrested and the InstIgation
port probably at
r of the Johnson administration Q| PLAYGROUND EQU IPMENTIN

?
, i He called it the "first gun In 'o.
TOWN!
"
an administration drive to extricate .
r MIAMI-(AP) A fourth
itself as painlessly as
union member has been arrested -
poHlble from the of
moral
In connection with bombing r
attempt on the strikebound foreign policy blunders" of the
Florida East Coast Railway ,past three yean Has
Sturdy Set
FBI agents arrested John Collusion Implied Gym
Katsikos 40, a part.time college This writer asked Laird r
student, father of four children Wednesday night If he was Implying 2 Swings and Glide Ride
and recording secretary for that Johnson and Ful
Local 555 of the Brotherhood of|bright cooked up the speech be-
I Railroad Carmen Wednesday., tween them. Laird said: "That

Florida Katsikos East a Coast car Inspector railway for for i the The Implication.Fulbright"speech created ; o I Never Before

10 years, Is charged with at-'such heat In the Senate that
tempting to dynamite one of the practically all work on the civil 1199
line. trains two weeks ago. rights bill stopped *
fSOOM Bond Set Here are some of Fulbright. At Only

He was placed under $ O.OOO views: I
bond at a hearing before U.S. Cuba-He said Invasion la unthinkable -
Commissioner Roger E. Davis a blockade Is out of|
"My wife knows I'm arrested 'the question since It might
and she's' doing something lead to war, and that even the Rut-proof Nylon Bearing
about It," was Katsikos' only present American trade boycott
comment :aimed at trying to topple Fidel
Castro if a failure d Made of' hoary tubular Steal
The FBI laid Katsikos was a
part-time student at Barry Col. He suggested acceptance of] ,. .. .
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the continued existence of Castro q
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legs and the University!: of Mi-|
.ml. as a "distasteful nuisance,'"
but he how Lookl! 2 Swings Glide Ride
The March 12 dynamiting attempt neglected to say ,
was foiled by an 18-man this country should, or could, do e'4 ,
FBI stakeout at a trestle In Indian business with him If thats J with Lawn Swing Too
River County.!: Agents, who[what he had In mind.
Aid FavoredSouth
spotted several men near the I
tracks, disarmed the IJ-ttick dy- Viet N.m-He was for]
namite bomb shortly before a[continuing aid. But he was a
little out of date here The Johnson Never Before "
train arrived '
administration said last
1 Arrested
Later, .agent arrested John week It would do that. 24'
W. Davis, 23, of Port St. Lucie Red China-Fulbrlght said we '1 = At oety
committed to "Inflexible '
and Joaeph Vedders 32, of Mi- are Slide
policies from which we hesitateto
ami on charges of attempting to
Red China and
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on
depart" 34.99
dynamite the train. Hugh Wlnn. t ,
other areas of Asia What would
58, also of Miami, was arrestedthe
he do about Red China
charge.next They day on are a free conspiracy under He wouldn't recognize It, or] --:' e fee for 6 children or more
agree to let It in the United Nation -
JM.000 bonds. | s'-
n Katsikos, .a native of Cleveland with.,It or until enter It normal gives up relations IU designs *. e Built 'for extra hard play ,fk
ti Ohio, was charged with
Formosa
" attempted bombing and conspir on
| But Fulbright belted the John- '"
acy.All four.of the arrested men son administration's handling of Big! Heavy Duty Gym Set
the Panama crisis and It* hairsplitting -
of operating unions
are members
which not on strike but : It* willingness to "dis for Children
are cus*" a revision of the 1903 8 or More!
are observing nonoperatlng union
Panama Canal treaty but not to
picket I'"**. '
'negotiate" about It.
The senator suggested Panama -
got a pretty raw deal when
Miss Winter the treaty was signed (1 years / 1
ago and Johnson should be will Never Before

Haven Contest ing to RtspooslbUity"negotiate See r 29"

He said the President and his! Slide<
Set April 18 advisers have a responsibility At Only
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in a situation like this to "exerelse |
their own best judgment as
HAVEN
WINTER. Miss
the national Interest l
to where 1'
Winter limn will be chosenon
lie*" even though It may mean
April 18, It Nora Mayo
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Hall Winter Haven Jaycees, sponsoring ,"unpopular This country decisions, Fulbright said, e Low cost for years of fee

the annual event, said should Russia re-examine to take it*advantageof dealings ; Double Lan Swing, 2 Swiigs
with ,
girls must be 1ft to 2( years ::; :: _,
old, unmarried and exhibit the Russian-Red Chinese split __ .M...
some talent. and be prepared for revolution -2'

Beauty, charm, personality, In Latin America peaceful where "oligas'shies" social MANY, MART MORE'SCTS DRPOSSTStE TO nYEmSD
and poise will be the Judging oppose
points aa the girls parade I In change.But i
bathing suit and evening gown thing really got inbred
competition. up when Laird called on Johnson '
The MU Florida contest In to state his position on Ful-

Miss June at Winter Sarasota Haven.will feature The brlghf The White talk. House Issued a SALE NOW IN PROGRESS AT NEW STORE

deadline for the contest here [statement Ii I
la March 31. i "It' la very Interesting
Larry Tucker at J9WM4 or speech. But specifically on Cuba
Patty Westphal at 291-0321 and Panama it does not repre-j PARKING LOT-1026 E. MEMORIAL BLVD.t
I wU| provide further informa- sent the policy.of this administration -, .

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[Southern Democrats Line


I Nile Finally Becoming Bottleneck Support Behind Johnson r


By JACK BELL that seemed likely to improve
By GEORGE McARTHUR was pushed as far south at I artery of transport and still II.I barges I the chances of the national tiCk-- a i.I .

CAIRO (AP-lhe Nile River, Khartoum. A highway of sort I The decision to build the dam Where is the money to come WASHINGTON AP-Admln et there.
also began to Inch south alongside .. at Aswan changed everything. from the expert didn't say istration Democrats are pilingup ,
which has nurtured Egypt When the President spoke at
the river, but even today President Gamal Abdel Nasser
Masses of heavy equipment evidence
unity fortifyIng -
through 5,IKK) years of history, party a Florida party rally. Demo s
the road Is and fre Is hard for
disjointed were needed starting in 1960. a regime pressed =
li finally becoming a transportation their belief that President crats of every description turned! +
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quently under repair. Because of rocky stretches in cash to continue present development
bottleneck. Johnson can hold on to a substantial out. Some of them

schemes and finish the
the situation will Most Traffic On Beats the river heavy barges could probablYI I
Experts lay wouldn't have shown | J
dam segment of the South In
be critical by 1970. The pinch Most of the traffic in Egypt t not be used. The railroad'straffic speech by the late President I
and the However the must be the November election,
money
11 already being felt, particu- continued to move on the Nile jumped sharply John F. Kennedy because of
roadbed, built for lighter usage, found; otherwise the vast Industrial -
larly upriver where the giant in bottomed feluccas with These Democrats were:their opposition to his civil
n a new, triangular sails In recent began to suffer Tourists com- complex being built at
Aswan Dam creating cheered by a fresh exhibition of rights position
population complex. years barges and tugboats have plain that the overnight trip Aswan will have no chance to loyalty by Gov Donald Russellof

The trouble with the Nile Is appeared, mainly to handle from Cairo to Aswan i i. com flourish South Carolina, Russell told! Georgia Support Predicted

that it has been too handy. Egypt huge cotton crop. parable to 12 hours In a mechanical Even with Improvements, his itate party'i convention GoV, Carl Sanders of Georgiais
Over the yean It provided The railroad carried a few reducing machine. however the Nile will never Wednesday he thinks no GOP I. on record with a predictionthe
be sole lifeline
cheap and sure transportation tourists and some freight, but Heavier Traffic Foreseen The again Egypt's recommended presidential nominee could South will rally behind John-
projects )
Under the British a rail line the river remained the main At an Aswan planning con experts match Johnson "In experience
Terence of International to improve roads, enlargethe son.Kennedy
;
a
group railway and construct new personal qualification and understanding had a great deal of
experts said that the of national and In
f f/.M,i:cr : ports on the Red Sea which trouble with Mississippi Gov
present volume of freight on "
ternatlonal problems Ross Barnett and Barnett had
the railroad is 1.4 million tons would be closer to the developing -
I the Aswan areaSTAINLESS Support Noted launched an independent elec-
five times
annually or
DORA COX PHILLIPS tors' movement designed to
amount moved by the Nile What was to the point, also, keep his and other Southern 1 P viA
This amount will jump
per-
T. TANK HUGE was Russell's notation that states' votes away from the national -
haps tenfold by 1970 the ex- AUGUSTA Ga Enough Democratic nominee
POLK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD perts said, and the railroad stainless steel to make 200,000 South Carolina had supported
clearly cannot handle the load. kitchen saucepans went Into the Johnson In the 1960 convention But since Paul B. Johnson
{ District I To give the Nile back its supremacy 'making of single million.gallon and the governor's predictionthat succeeded Barnett as governor
with a capacity of 10 tank to hold ammonium.nitrate It would be behind him this there has been less talk about

Actttt list Quo/ifurf CoHscfinfioui million tons yearly, the experts fertilizer here The tank, one of year. any such bolt The Presidents
proposed spending $100 millionto the largest ever made of stainless Johnson's friends recently friends' are hopeful that the governor
1 ted. Pol *OV.) dredge the river, build locks, steel Is 73 feet In diameterand patched up a truce between I can see his way clear to GIFT, ONE Of MANY-M.r, Virginia Dana, secretary HR.
train personnel and buy new 32 feet high. quarreling Democrats I In Texas!avoid an open break. .,. lob Wilw/ R-Cilil., hold age e Ktmwdy kolMolhr ita,l4o
e letter from President Johman. The Chief IiKutiv* sour mef

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RAPID RAID S80 TOBACCO PLANTS
I PHOENIX Ariz. W Bookkeeper NEW YORK-In the United
A Donald W. Holloway was I States there are about 680 plants
working late at his desk In a in 30 states that manufacture
Phoenix coffee shop when an tobacco products.
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n armed bandit Interrupted his duce more than 22 per
figuring. the world's cigarette output.
19e The gunman grabbed eight
bank money bags and fled. About 77 billion babies have
Y t a fy Holloway told police all eight been born In the history of the
were empty. human race

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lainhere of sport fishing and pitched the first mate hauled Whitmanin.
I persons into Boynton Beachlet "He kept saying 'my God ..
.Is | only a short distance from .my wife's still out there"' a ..+ ,
Irenlbe liore yesterday. Four persons Duncan said.Another I tyset w.a Ml .
ere killed, four hospitalized of the victims Louis 54
done was missing. Pollata of Medford N.J..
was a
...... I The survivors-rangIng from friend of Whitman's. The other
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en-agers to elderly couples victims were Ernest Jeffries of
[juggled to shore or were resetied Boynton Beach and Harry Williams NEVER
[ by other craft In the inlet
of
Lyndhurst, Ohio.
Which is near Palm Beach 65miles : needless .
[ north of Miami. Whitman said he had to coax any .
t A 14-year-old boy with both Pollata to make the trip. Whit- WAITING! 51 "
) legs in braces because of polio man said he and his wife had JC1 10.' ''i ,
| said he swam to' shore despite been married for 37 years. "1 MARTIN DRUG C'o'.t'e..sa ""
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throat. to me before but nothing 417 C.etrel A.t.Di.1 I
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Hooked In Throat our four daughters" he said.j I MU 1-2107 A huge selection to choose from, Including your favorite top artists such
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hip when I was tossed overboard f+ as Connie Francis and SI Zentner. Com save take home a stock!

but somehow I caught a we Not selections available In stereo. I Ir
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Just beneath my Jaw" said the !
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Beach. 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELANDa
Spectators disagreed on the BroadwayHit
!stance the boat a charter
r shlng vessel called the Two _
ieorges, was from shore. Es- 1 .
mates ranged from 150 feet to

.000 or more.Fishermen "Hello Dolly"
said the wave ap-
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.atherlng speed and size before ear hi-fi stereo
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around degrees and flip-
ed her over on the left side It's the brand new Broadway smash hit, with
he Two Georges sank as It RCA Victor IP'sThe the original cast priced for savings: NOW!
ss being towed In yesterday. -
The boat's captain estimated best from RCA Victor the top sellers today, at the lowest prices

'e wave was 18 feet high. possible for great savings! When ordering by mail', use this ad as your
"You them (the freak
aves) every see once in a while." order form simply check boxes for your choice of records. 2-record set!

aid Jim Duncan. 21. first mate Harry Belafonta

t ated a private in the vessel mass that particl-rescue.There' sale! 2.49 sale! 3.19 "AT THE GREEK _

., nothing" you can do a THEATRE"
bout them.
Preservers Not Wont 'aiII stereo
One of the survivors Jerry hi-fi stereo
opkins of New.Carlisle. Ohio fl AL HIRT- "Honey In The Horn" I HAL regularly I 9.98 regularly, i 11,93 I .
lid no one on the boat was [] HIRT/ANN MARGARET "Beauty and the Beord r 1
faring a life preserver o ELVIS PRESLEY "Kissin' Cousins" i 11 Hale! 0.99 sale 11.99 ',
"I was under water for what o HENRY MANCINI- 'Pink Panther" !I'1
emed like forever and finally o LIMELITERS "More of Everything" fl If you're a Belafonte fan. this is the "must"
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> said. "I beard men screamg. 1 1I JOHN GARY "Catch a Rising Star" D this is a hit!
I heard one mill yelling for 1 ,
la wife She had been with him I 11l
few seconds before it tap-

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WASHINGTON (APFriendsSen. smashing .
Hubert H. Humphreyid success Beatle' budget LP's . . DUe
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permanent pleated Am l- trioc.ror. j'rwy dress! Suit-
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letters to groups In various Today's classics In hi-fi 40%
black blue, pink and wfclfe; 12.20 12Vz-22V. biggest
its of the country not to start and stereo . . .
encourage any moves fat his Ma..' Midtown off
half. Shopf Capitol "hide-a-way" stereo phonograph

Speculation has been rife
nee the New Hampshire prl- 49.99Come
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: as his running mate. The see how so little can make such a "BIG" noise how so'
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10 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March M, 1964


Birmingham Prepares For Large[Franklin President Of Central Labor Union


I J. V. Franklin of Lakeland Us who did not seek re-election Tillls a member and officer Attending Tuesday night's who are participating in the

Graham At EasterBy was elected president of the as secretary-treasurer of the of labor unions for 54 yean, Is meeting, in addition to candidates CLU's school program.
Billy Meeting Polk County Central Labor 1,000 member Central Labor stepping down because of ill seeking public office, were Franklin announced that ten-

Union at its regular meeting Union health, aggravated by a recent Mulberry High School students tative plane are being formu-
JAMES PURKS force of volunteers as ushers ham since Feb. 12. "We've been Tuesday night Franklin, a accident He servedas lated for the following events
Associated Press Writer -Recruiting and training of a going strong ever since," she member of Boilermakers No. CATTLE SPAREDLEOPOLDVILLEThe automobile BOOK BELIEVED OLDEST which will take place during the
BIRMINGHAM, Ala (AP) 2,000.volce choir which will add said. I 609, had previously held the office Bantu an International Representative OXFORD Misi.-A Third Century next two months: awarding of
Steadily and quietly this steel music and poetry to what is ex- The audience will Include 350 of recording secretary for tribes of the Congo almost never of the Boilermakers Union prizes to student winners in the
city Is being readied for the pected to be a message of hope deaf persons. They; will: sit In I nine terms. slaughter the cattle they from 1936 to 1948, when he re papyrus manuscript containing CLU essay contest; dinner in
Easter Sunday visit of Evangelist and love by Graham. a special section and have an Elected to serve with Franklin aIse, because they symbolize signed to become secretary- writings from both the honor of T. M. Tllln; and an
Billy Graham It is for the next were: Mist and New Testaments Isbelieved old fashioned political rally to
no -Conversion of Legion Fielda interpreter. year wealth and are a source of treasurer of the Polk County Old -
easy task. stadium which has seen manya Nearly one.half of the stadium Beverly Ivey, IBEW No. 824, milk, fuel and "bridal wealth," CLU, a post he held continuo to be the oldest bookIn be held between the first primary ,
Seven weeks of work must' sports spectacle-Into a vir seats will be reserved for vice president; A. W Matthews, a gift sealing a marriage contract ously until his recent retire America. It is in the University I and run-off election In
precede a one day meeting by'lust open air tabernacle where church groups Sunday School Typographical No. 845, secre- ment. of Mississippi library. :May
the world famous carrier of the tary-treasurer; A. R. Thompson,
Graham can speak and be heard classes and other delegations
Gospel, a meeting which lasts 'Typographical No. MS, record
and seen by all. The stadium gates open at IP.M.
about two houri.Arranaementa. Ing secretary; Clarence Green
and the meetings begins
DirectedAn City Faces Problems Carpenters No. 2217, guard; and
at 3 P.M. Officials expect the ,
Stuart Caudill, Boilermakers No. 1 1 1
Graham task
experienced City officials, likewise, face 64DOO-Ieat stadium to be filledto
force directs arrangements It problems. Engineers, for example capacity. 60*, Harold LaGrone, BarbersNo. s
has found that enthusiasm is are making arrangements 920, and Miss Nan Franklin
rife among churches and volunteers to prevent traffic jams. Message For World IBEW No. 824, trustees ,
here. Experience blended Not only Alabamians are ex- Graham's Easter message will Matthews succeeded T. M. Tile
with enthusiasm must handle ected. Residents from neighboring be Intended not only for Alabama YOU SAVE 5O%
such challenges as these: Tennessee Mississippi, but for the nation and
New Shoe
-Recruiting of a 1.000-strong Florida and Georgia will attend. the world Miss Prior said She I :.............................
Miss Eva Prior a key administrative said the evangelist will not touchon Store
That's Governor, I assistant on the Graham local Issues. OpensCorso's I DELUXE i Safety Weather ,
staff, has been in Birming- The Easter service will also i
Bootery, 124 E. Main
Not President give many an opportunity to St., Downtown Lakeland, has' r .
RENTED CARS LET IN talk with Graham. I FLOOR MAT
opened for business this week
LOUISVILLE UK Mrs. Keen NEW YORK United States Graham plans to arrive In of
under the
new management
\ Johnson, whose husband once motorists can now drive rented Birmingham Saturday from'Sam Corso. with the e
Formerly Premium quality-door to door!
served as governor, still chuckles automobiles into the Soviet Europe. than
Shoe Box, Corso has more
when she recalls one of Union, Hungary Bulgaria I Outside of a press conference, 30 experience In the shoe
her shopping trips here. Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Graham plans no other commitments years
I Handing the clerk in a down. Romania, Poland, and Yugoslavia here and will leave field.The [- .
town store a bunch of packages as well as the countriesof immediately after the Easter store will feature special
Mrs. Johnson asked that they Western Europe. service, Miss Prior said. orthopedic shoes by Vita
Poise and Markell In additionto
be charged and gave her name.
"Where do you live in Frankfort Lake Titicaca in western South 25 MILLION STUDY shoes for the entire family.
?" the clerk asked. America is the highest navigable NEW YORK Of 114,000,000
"Governor's Mansion" re- body of water in the world. people over 21 years of age in JO.OOO PYGMIES LEFT
plied Mrs. Johnson. 'The 95 mile long and 12.644 ft. he United States, 25,000,000 were LEOPOLDVILLE -There are
"Is that an apartment buildIng high lake is the largest on the active in one form of educational fewer' than 30,000 pygmies left In '
?" the clerk Inquired. ontment pursuit or another last year. the Congo. Regular Price 495 : : t




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I I _LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday! March 28, 164 11

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Dr. James tions," as McCutcheon termed an attempt on the part of the t
Cason, director of the Polk them. McCutcheon Immediately health department to play j I STOCK MARKET FLASHES

County Health Department, phoned other county com down and hide the situation."
.. laid yesterday hit department missioners -
:. and health depart- Burnette claimed a* soon as
has found no way to connect ment officials and asked themto the first class of hepatitis was NEW YORK (AP-The Stock 85'% on 1,000 shares to 30% on 3,500 shares.
: three recent cases of hepatitis attend the meeting. reported health department Market was slightly higher in General Telephone & Electronics United Air Lines gained ft at
I: In the Central Elementary Before Dr. CliO made 60% on 1,500 shares
officials should have checked moderately active trading at the added % at 34% on an
': School at Haines City to the any statements McCutcheon the lunchroom employes and opener of 3,500 shares. Chrysler opened on 4,500
, school's classroom. "If opening today shares up % at 48.
charged that the Polk their families, giving
gamma Also on 1,000-share blocks, lig-
I: of most stocks World
Changes key Pan American Airways
County commissioners and County Health Department
globulin to the persons exposedto gett & Myers rose 14 to 74i/4 and
health officials were called was as negligent as Mr. Bur- the disease and made a were small. Southern Pacific was unchangedat gained'/ T7'/4 on 3,500.
into yesterday's school board nette lays it was, then we check of the students who were ,1 F Opening blocks Included Gen- 3854. Colorado Fuel & Iron Air Re-
meeting after Gordon Burnette are going to fire Dr. Cason on absent from school. eral Motors up Vi at 8254 on duction, International Telephoneand
5,600 shares Ford up'at 56 Radio Corp. traded on 4.000 American Tobacco added
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the
charged "somebody has been spot. Cason answered that the H .&' 3,000 and Standard Oil of shares, up % at 35%. U. S Steel fractions.
goofing off for a week" In connection Burnette said he did not on ;
lunchroom employes were was unchanged at 60 on 3,500 Yesterday the Associated Press
New Jersey off / at 841on
his earlier
with the possible hepatitis mean statements as
questioned about their medical 2000. shares. average of 60 stocks rose .4 to
epidemic. "accusations but I will make
some accusations: backgrounds as soon as the General Electric gained 14 at, Pennsylvania Railroad rose ',. 3007.
Officials Called first case was reported and :
"One There has been a when second
the case
again
Commission Chairman Wil- definite attitude on the part of was reported. He also pointedout BLUE CHIPS I
mer McCutcheon was present the administration of this that "whoever I fa carryingthe ,
when Burnette chairman of school board to put the lid on disease have
never
the Polk Voters the situation may MY \
County at Haines City. been sick in his life We do IS PoRTFotlo
League made his "accusa "And two-There has been not have the facilities to Iso REALLY AS BAD Clr/ORSE. 1 INFINITE

-. .... late the virus which cause uGN! Ac ALI.iNAT, j !
IUOY Commoner Emma
GAIIY I.
THE HIGH IQ MR. BARTI. T'T.G ON!
hepatitis. J.".. *f tho U. S. Coort end Gooooti. Surety ...",1,," a ..die!
3 Candidates Oppose Answering Burnette' second buoy with which the ,cvrronrt of the ChoMp.ohe gay .nd It*
I I charge Cason stated "it Is the tributaries, ere kilns plott.d. The .** skew oboes I It dubbed .

Increased Tag PricesBy policy of the State Board of "Gabb," .,,11 else craw of the inorhonhlp Monitor hive ."h."... ;LII
Health to administer '
gamma him with a foe, which with eh.... bright .ran** color h. h.. boon
globulin only to those
persons pointed, give i some morinors on miMttllns *.erlr>c* before
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS act and roll it back to the 12 who have had close home con- may su
th., roolln what th.,'.. _1"1. AP Wlnphoto)
Gubernatorial candidates in "
months license plate, he said in tact with hepatitis ..wrwcw74r .n
increasing numbers are pledg-
'a telephone message to Tampa Ne Connection Seen
the automobiletag
ing opposition to
Increase.At supporters. Miss Fern Klngham, a health Haven Woman Takes * *
least half the six seeking I Rap Burns department nurse in the lATG STOCKS

the Democratic nomination have Haines City area, added "there Own Life With PistolWINTER
John Mathews of Jacksonvillehit I
now promised to try to cut backon is no way to connect the first I l3fi The Daily Investorpeople
for
the costs. Burns Wednesday night
tag cases with the second two because HAVEN-An 84yearold late yesterday afternoon here, '
Scott of Lakeland what he called an attempt by Ou.HH.ng
Kelly was of the isolation period. <-- Ju.ll.f |yj
Winter Haven woman was apparently a victim of suicide By WILLIAM A. DOnE log arrangements.You .
first to the increases
oppose voted "to blame others for the
Burns Miss Kingham said she found dead of, a bullet wound The victim IdentI
all
by the 1963 Legislature. elderly was Q. I am puzzled by that get into a very v.guearea
Starting several weeks ago he racial trouble In Jacksonville. feel the Haines City situation led as Mrs. Jayne S. Olters has been said and written In (with many unansweredand
told audiences throughout the Fred Karl of Daytona Beach has been blown up because of Lake Morton don 1311 28th St. NW STOCKEXCHANGE the past few months about the unanswerable questions)
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state that cutting the tax backto has attempted to lay the blame a recent University of Tennessee Peace Justice Walter G. Bell I: possible risks of leaving stock when you try even to guess
Its pre-1964 level will be a for the Jacksonville disorders by case "but that was" an here ruled suicide in the cast, Am Elec ..............., I'A with brokers. If I own outrightand what happen to customers'
major aim. both Burns and Ma. entirely different thing. Site PricedAt resterday. He said) Mrs. Olters. Barnes Eng ............. 23* leave them with a broker margin accounts when a broker-
The tag cost boost varied from Negroes on The university case made dorf died of a self.Inflicted gun. Xirsey Corp ............. 7 It Is my understanding that he age firm goes under.
11.50 to $12.50 per tag dependingupon thews. nation-wide news when university $70,000BARTOWIf shot wound. Falcon Sea Dr ........... 9% broker is simply the custodian We all know that this 1 II a
car size and was $5 for a Robert King High of Miami officials appealed to Found By Husband Guard Chem ............. 10% jf stocks I own. If the broker topic of major Interest a* the
standard sized auto. looked for votes on the lower vacationing students to get Gulf Am ................. 47/ goes bankrupt his creditors result of the collapse of Ira
withan gamma globulin because a Lakeland offi- Mrs. OJtersdorf was fount I Gulf: Sulphur ............ 71// cannot take possession of my & Co.
of Florida today, Haupt a mighty big
Others Join In east coast scheduled in lunchroom employe had been cials'' still Insist on buildingthe lying on a bed In her home bj: Kratter .................. 8% stocks. As far as the safety of brokerage firm last November.
In recent days Mayor Haydon appearance stricken with Infectious hepa city's new library on the her husband about 5 o'clock las t Lucky Friday........... 35 my stocks Is concerned I run We also know that HM New
Burns of Jacksonville and FredO. tonight.r title old Lake Morton School prop night. Redwing Carrier ........ liy only the risk of possible dishonesty York Stock Exchange pledged
Dickinson of West Palm I Mrs Klngham pointed out erty they are going to haveto Sheriff's deputies said Mrs,. Stephan Co .............. 81/ by my broker. millions of dollars and law tot
Beach joined in. that the employe there had buy the property for $70- Oltersdorf apparently shot her.. Syntex ................... 87 But U I have stocks In a that the customers of that
Dickinson told audiences Rail Engineer "disguised" her condition and 000.This self with one shot from a 22.. Tampa Elec ............. 28 margin account I have borrowed brokerage firm received their
Wednesday In the Pinellas Coun- continued to prepare salad was a condition In a caliber pistol which struck hein Textron Inc .............i 17% part of the purchase securities and cash and had
ty area that as governor he Receives Honor to be served In the university resolution passed yesterdayby the right temple. re OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL price through the broker. I I their account transferred to
would seek a reduction of the. : lunchroom. the Polk County School Mrs. Oltersdorf purchased th must sign an agreement giving other brokerage firm.
tag costs. McCutcheon said the health Board. The resolution authorized pistol early' yesterday morning, FUNDS the broker the right to put my
Burns, whose campaigning For Saving Life official were called "to writea Board Attorney C. A. deputies said, and apparent!;y; Affiliated Fund .......... '.21 stocks out on loan. The brokercan But no one knows what would
was cut short by the Jacksonville few f.ctlinto the record." Boswell to proceed with negotiations had test-fired the weapon twice Alico .................... 7]% use the stock as collateral have happened to the Ira Haupt
under those terms in her bedroom before placln g Am Express ............. 40* I run the risk not only of the customer If the exchange had
race violence called the I WASHINGTON (AP) -RalphM. Cloclng Asked
Columbus the muzzle of the gun next t,J Auto Merch .............. l'h broker's possible dishonesty but not stepped In.
tag increase unfair Larue, 44-year-old The whole matter began Lease Sought her head. Two bullet holes wer e Chase Man Bank ........ 72''/I also that he might honestly go9I And we know that there have
"I will work for of this railroader was
repeal Ohio "loco when Sheeny White, presidentof The resolution also carries evident In the bedroom's cellinj:I' Fidelity Fund ............ 18 I bankrupt. been cases In which customers
named in Washington 1963"as for the Central Elementary two other stipulationsthatthe Native Of Ohio Fla. Gas t............... IP,4 I Is my understanding ol thl sustained losses when some
Lynda Bird, Chum motive fireman of School PTA, presented an 89- ,board buy some city- Fla. Pub. Utll............ 23 I correct? relatively small brokerage firms
saving the life of a 2yearoldgirU name petition calling for the owned property north of John She was a native of Lancaste re:'. Flit Steel ................ 10 A. Basically, yes But In an. went under-either a* the result
jf\\ In New York City closing of school's lunchroom Cox Elementary School for Pa. and came here from Clev Fl.. Tel. .................. 27 sWer to your letter and manymany of fraud. or "honest" bank
t. Last July. 31 Larue saw little which is used only as a serving 127.500 and that the city five land, Ohio In 1955. Mrs. Oiler FlaeeJtar.+K >....(...,"n '13 a other on the same suit ruptcy.....
NEW YORK (AP-Tlw ....*.- Shirley Ward of Greenville place. The food to pre the board a f -year lease on dorf was a member of the Orac e Founder Life ........ .*,,10 J.ct. it must be explained that ''n'
j Ment's oldest ,daughter, Lynda Ohio walking on the tracks of pared across the street at the' property south of the school. Lutheran Church here. Gulf Life ................. M%, there Is more to It than that. Q. As an Insurance salesman
Bird 20 and her college school the Pennsylvania Railroad'smain Halnei City High School. Boswell presented the termsof She Is survived by her hut. Incorp Invest ............ 7.!6 If you own *" r I always get a laugh when mu-
I chum. Warns Lynn Smith, 19, line. Knowing the 89-car White asked officials to the proposed trade but band, Arthur S. Oltersdorf Inter County Tel & Tel.. S2% stocks outright i' tual fund salesmen start talkng .
'. are here on a three-day spring freight could not be stopped in make arrangements to feed added "1 have nothing that Services will be conducted tomorrow Jackson Min Mart ...... 6% (In a "cash ac m -at parties and such I have
vacation featuring theatergoing. time Larue ran to the front of the elementary students in Indicates approval of these afternoon at 2 o'cloc!k Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17% count") and i.: found a sure way to shut them
I the locomotive, leaned forward the high school cafeteria for terms by the city officials of at the Crisp Funeral Chape I Nationwide ............. 12* leave them with .. up. I Immediately point out ,
The two girls, who share a and swept the tot clear of the the remainder of the year. Lakeland" here wkh the Rev. Augua't A. H. Robins ............ 38 a broker, he that although most mutual
White House room together track. The school board Instructed Officials of the two groups Bernthal pastor of the Graci! Taylor Inst ............. 4354 does act as a funds have "load charges," Its f
I planned to see three Broadway Larue had his name added toa Superintendent Shelley Booneto have been working on the proposed -Lutheran Church officiating T.V Elec Fund .......... 8.20 ustodian. However possible to buy shares of "no-
shows on their trip-musicals silver trophy and received work out arrangement for land swap almost since Burial will follow at the Lakeside Trans Gas Pipe Line... 21% if you load funds." I

"Hello, Dolly," and "110 in The J500 from the Brotherhood of this move but later rescinded the Lake Morton Elementary Memorial Park. Travelers ................ 51* have signed a Why doe anybody buy shares
Shade, and a comedy. "Bare- Locomotive Firemen and En. the action after Dan Jenkins, School burned several. months Friends may call at the Crls.I United Ilium ............. 39'% consent to of mutual fund which charge I
foot In The Park." glnemen.Lakeland's supervising principal for the Funeral Home from 8 o'clocl, loan" agree loads
ago. Universal Foods ........t .33: ._
I area said it would mean Lakeland's City Commission until 8 o'clock tonight.Deputy ment (as many A. you're a salesman. YOU
"some children would eat at recently voted to build the NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE do- DOYLE should have the reason. The
Old Mobile 10 o'clock and some at 2 city's new library on the sometimes without knowing I "load" Is a sales charge. That'
I o'clock. school property. Shot Latest Ii a.m. what they are signing) the how mutual fund salesmen earn
The board was scheduledto Close Price broker does have the right tout their living. Surely you can't
Library To Be ReplacedLakeland's consider plans for a new Air Reduction 59% 60'/(' > your stock out on loan, for object to that. You get your
lunchroom for Central Elementary TallahasseeMan 3 Times In"Accident1 Aldens 29% NS such things as short sales by commission out of the premiums
I I old mobile library old mobile library. He added but tabled them Allegheny Ludlum 46 48 other customers. paid on the Insurance policies

donated to the city In that a new mobile library when White and others pro New Milk Allied::: Chem 56 Actually you have good protection you' sell.The .
I 1953 .by the Junior Welfare would cost more than both tested the continuance of preparing Allied Stores 61112 SAm with either a cash or a mutual fund business has
of the trailers. Each la 25 the food. at the high AdministratorTALLAHASSEE BOlch 14% NS margin account against dishonesty grown (to Its present size of $28
League will be replaced next feet long. school. A Negro sheriff's deputywas Cyanamid 65% % by the broker-If his firm billion, plus) for the same reason -
month by two new mobile library The trailer will be colored Board Architect Gordon (AP-Frank shot three times early : Home Pod 67''% : %I has a "broker's fidelity bond. any other business has
I trailers. anodized aluminum, one blue Dirkes said the plans for the B. Leverette Sr. of Tallahassee this morning, allegedly by his Am Hospital 23% 24%'All brokerage firms which are rown-because salesmen are
I Walter Murphy city librarian and silver and one red and new "satellite" lunchroomcall was new state milk administrator wife, in what the pair termedan Am Mach Frdy 19 191,4 members of the New York Stock out selling the product.I .
I told City Manager Rob- silver. The trailers will be for a $31,000 project but today. accident. Am Metal Prd 19V 191h'' Exchange and many other would advise you to be less
ert Youkey that the new trailers towed to various locations by this amount would have to be Gov. Fault Bryant appointedhim Patrolmen S. L. Williamsand Am Motor 183 16%'brokerage firms have such bond mug and more careful.Hepatitis .
would be in Lakeland a truck from the city motor doubled In order to provide to fill the vacancy created E. Lee Identified the dep- Am Res & Dev 23V 23*
early in April and would be pool.The 1 cooking facilities. when E. V Fisher resigned last uty as Ozell Screen, F-17 Lincoln Am Seating 3514 35* Latest lla.m. Latest 11 a.m.Clol' .
on display during Library trailers will be air con Cason said the 'process of August. Leverette had been act- Court Apartments, who Am Tobacco 30Ya 301,41 Close Price Price
Week. April 14 to 18. ditioned and heated. Murphy moving the food across the Ing administrator since then. suffered three 22-caliber bullet Am Tel & Tel 139 139V.
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to be purchased at a total each have six scheduled stop The board finally authorized Perry who haa been an employeof Police Called Pub Set 34'343,4 Great A It P Tea 35i/4 35'% Proctor Gamble 84r 84r.
cost of 12000. will offer each week, and will offer a Boone to meet with school officials the commission since 1957. Police said they were called Armco Steel 73'733/ Greyhound 53'527' Pub Srv Elec & Gal 75% 75Ya
room for 3,500 volumes twice great variety of book to to work out plans for He la. married and has four about 12:30 o'clock this morn- Atcha top 28 281,4Atl Grumman 4154 42
the number contained in the person of all ages. the remainder of the year. children. ling by Screen who said he Refin 57% 56% IBM 586j 58754! Pure Oil 473k 48
wanted Negro officer to meet Auto Can 13% 130/8 Raybe.tos Man 451NS
Int Harvester 69% 70%
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him in the thigh he said Celanese 661 8641Chemetron Korvette 29% 29% Shattuck ]81A NS
The patrolmen said they 211, 27% Lear-Siegler 14 13% Sinclair Oil 44345
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Coca Cola 123 1221,4, P. Lorrlllard 446 44YAI Spiegel 333333. /
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Crash Collins R.d 18V. 18'%, Magnavox 39 39 Std 011 Ind 613,4 62
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JJi GAINESVILLE (AP-A hearIng Consumer Pwr 4713 NS Merck 1183,4 118%'Texas Gulf Sui 24% 24YI
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> LAKELAND LEDGES. Thursday, March M, ItU


Election Law Changes Reflect Rise Frustrated Negro Ball Player Leading



Ir Drive In Jacksonville

Of Republican Threat Across DixieBy Desegregation -j

By JOE McGOWAN JR. semipro baseball and said he here and a contract as baseball was published In a paper thatI
Associated Press Writer attracted the attention of coach at New Stanton High,both was fired as coach for participation
DON MCKEE but signs are appearing that the ning only on* candidate per of South Carolina's Legislature finally affairs. I
JACKSONVILLE AP A Abe of the Harlem Negro ICboolL"I la NAACP
ATLANTA (AP) Emergence day of the two-party primaryis fice.In enacted this year a law requiring -raw-boned young Negro( ) whose- Globetrotters.Saperstein was active in the NAACP'sYouth never was told why however"
of a two-part' South Is Louisiana State candidates named
nearing. Rep. by con- lifetime ambition to play professional Council years ago so Pearson said.
reflected in new laws or proposed A law aimed at the GOP was Lanz Womack, a Democrat., vention votes to be chosen before baseball was thwarted Seasesj Started when I went into teaching I be- "So then I went Into adult
changes of election procedures -approved this year by the South said he would ask the Legislature the qualifying deadline for by segregation U leading his .'I started the season with the came a council adviser. In 1959 NAACP work. At the start of
linked. to the rising Re Carolina Legislature Three oth In Its May session to abolish the primary election. people's drive for equal rights Trootera baseball team then we started demonstrations for last year I was elected president
publican vote.Southern er Southern state legislatureswill all primaries and requiretwo In Jacksonville. Mr. Saperstein shifted me to the removal of restrictions against of the Jacksonville branch
Democrats, secureIn consider new election laws general elections Instead. He la Rutledge Henry Pearson Chicago American Giants In the Negroes at lunch counters. and In November I was elected
their one-party system once The other states already hav Republicans nominate by con- 34. school teacher and Negro American League. Violence Breaks Out state president"
scoffed at the Republican practice tightened primary rules vention In Louisiana. Wirtz Points To president of both the Florida "After the season I returned I The slender I foot 2 Negro
of nominating by convention Drastic measures have been Georgia lawmakers will consIder and Jacksonville chapters of the home. My mother was very 0n Aug. V, 1960 I was a gets to play baseball one sour
; this they said, produced proposed In Mississippi the revision of election lawsin Negro Progress National Association for the Advancement sick and I didn't want to leave, participant In the demonstrations. each day during a free period
only handpicked candidates.Now heels of a startling Republicanvote a May special session. Proposals of Colored People. so they assigned me to the ." between classes.
they've quit scoffing and of 38 per cent la last year'arace Include a requirementthat "I always wanted to play Jacksonville Beach Sea Birdsin On the day Pearson referredto "It's the only leisure time I
began enacting laws aimed at for governorGeneral alt parties bold primariesthe CAMBRIDGE Mass (AP- baseball and I worked hard at ( the Florida State League). a band of ax handle wielding have" Pearson said. ''Teach.In .
forcing the Republicans to bold same date Secretary of Labor W. Willard:! it." Pearson said In an interview "They barred me from the white men came Into town' and the NAACP are my life.I .
primary elections and quit vot- Elections ProposedOne I "This would prevent anyone Wlrts said in Cambridge, "I played In school herein park," Pearson said "I didn't picketed a variety store where sure don't get to spend much
ing in the Democratic prlmarles proposal would require a from voting in more than one Mass, that the past year has Jacksonville and then at Hue'know they were) going to do It Negroes had been demonstrating time with my wife and three
I primary election even If a candidate primary" said Secretary of brought more progress In n-TUlotson School In Austin, until the day before spring prac and violence broke out children."
Most Republicans still gain is unopposed. This would State Ben Portion, a Democrat. recognizing Negroes' rights Tex. I played first base. tice." which lasted several days. !
nomination without fighting hit Republicans who avoid prImaries Under Georgia law. the GOP "than In the previous 100 I After Pearson got a bachelor's I Pearson got a Job teaching at "My contract as baseball Picketing Directed
through primary campaigns..! In Mississippi by run-. nominates by convention years" degree in_sociology he played Damell Cookman Junior High coach wasn't renewed: and it; Pearson whose reddish tinged
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the nickname "Red.'* has directed .
recent picketing of restaurants
and hotels.


A.' !;.jLri1.1iLkE: : : ;: legal"We, means to have earn wed to our lift all racial people lawful barriers and the.

t ? right to work to live end move
about end to participate In the
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a God this
things placed on earth.
> a "We have proceeded in a
+ non-violent manner. We are
simply trying to change the
hearts of men." he said.

r'I' TO BONNETS.: Burns Jacksonville a candidate Mayor for Haydon Demo-

cratic nomination u Florida
governor refused to appoint a
SAVINGS !
YOURS FOR biracial committee. But the
chamber of ,commerce had a

,t QUALITY THE CHOOSING AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN THIS committee Negro leaders.which worked with


M OISCOUNS FABULOUS JUST-BEFORE-EASTER; SALE! COME EARLY NAACP Pearson participation recently and withdrew charged .

the white leaders with refusing
to work toward Integrationof
downtown facilities.
1 Last Saturday night Burns In
/ a talk over radio and television

1 tF. J. M. FIelds will &e SHOP NOW THRU SATURDAYlOA.M.TolOPJVL t i made, 496 special firemen policemen and warned of thecity'

that demonstrations would not
CLOSED be permitted any longer.
Various Negro leaden said
I 1 the speech touched off a rebellious -
1 EASTER BUNNIES reaction among Negroes.
Violence erupted that resulted
I. 1MORE in one death, numerous injuries
AND and wide property damage.
BUNNIES /
SUNDAY "Burnt can writ. the Negrooff
the books," Pearson said.
1' A WEEK JE&wJX- 1 "But he may have gained with
YORK 67 to 4 48 the whites.. I really don't know
1 v '' So that our personnel may enjoy Wffl N.W YORK I how this will affect his cam

I the Holiday with their families. xzi jj paign."
IN AND Meanwhile Pearson
> 1 gunnies as brightly colored oa Ea>tr Egos promised
Soft and cuddly bodes |iwl right+ for Httle ; continued 11'0"for desegregation. .
FLY THERE BY NATIONAL anus to bunny huge I
/1 "I may looked on as in
too much s; hurry" he admit
ted. "I'm In a hurry to be completely -
f free. My anxiety is (
brought on by the fact that I
1 : PETITE BOYS' +t 1 ''Ieel( Negroes have got to progress .
1 qhy, to be trained for automa
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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday March M. 1M4 PiI


Many Of Kenya's High Government



I Officials Went To School In U. S. 1 Huta Service [enterCHARGE

I IOOILtTT

By LYNN HEINZERLING year. Francisco State College) is head 50 per cent Illiterate IT BUDGET IT !
Associated Press Writer I Tom Mboya, Kenya labor of a section In an oil firm. The country needs doctors
NAIROBI, Kenya W They leader and now minister of justice George Philip Ochola (University I dentists, agronomists teachers 11S60UNTSPRIUG
are shaking their heads In the went to the United States of Chicago) la in the Labor and technicians of all kinds, but
Kenya Ministry of Education and organised the first airliftof Department. Jackson Otieno these lack glamor for many students .
about the boy who went off to East African student in (Morehouse College) and Odero There Is a shortage of
college in the United States and! 1959. Barack Odinge (Northern State lawyers, needed as magistrates
came back with a degree in I The U.S. government, American Teachers College, Aberdeen, One student went to the United
physical education and a major universities and private SD) are administrative officers Kingdom to study dentistry with
In golf. foundations Joined In the pro)-, In the provinces. a' full scholarship from the
Africans are not passionate ect. More than 1000 Kenyans A Howard University graduate Kenya government. He is filling .
golfers ,were in U.S. schools last year. Grace Wagema,'is head of teeth In England now
"We had another boy who About 100 more were in Canada. the home economic extension Five ministers In the government -
specialized in track and field I Reds Get In Act service Pamela Adede, who have degrees from
events and French the ministry Communist nations take young attended Western College for American universities.Dr. .
official said disapproving Kenyans to ,JMoscow Prague Women, Oxford, Ohio, married Gikonyo J. Kiano, minis-
ly. Sofia and Peking but the) Com Mboya soon after she returned. ter of commerce and industry
But Kenya, with help from munists are at a disadvantagesince The prime minister's press took a bachelors degree at
many nations, is making progress English Is Kenya official officer ,is Philip Lamech Wan Antioch College a masters at
against Africa ancient language. golwa, who attended Phillips Stanford University and a doc
enemy-Ignorance. The students of 1959 are moving -University In Tulsa, Okla tor's degree at the Universityof
4,000 Studying Abroad into jobs that only Europeans Bartholemew T. Orangl attended .I California. Mbiyu Peter ACCESSORY
More than 4.000 Kenyans are could have filled a few Xavier University Cincinnati Kolnange minister for Pan TIRE AND
studying abroad half of themin years ago. for three years and took,African affairs, graduated from
Britain, 1,037 In the United Shadrack Ojuda Kwasa, who a master's degree in education i Ohio Wesleyan University in
States, 450 In Communist coun went to Howard University and He is about to take a high government 193S
tries and others scattered be- Cornell Is In the Kenya foreign post In his home region Lawrence Saglnl, minister for .
tween Canada and India. Some service in Washington. Boaz natural resources, is a graduateof
600 more are working for degrees Harrison Ogola, who went to Road Abroad Rough Allegheny College: Dr Nlo-
at the branches of the Morehouse College, Atlanta, is The road to college abroad Is roge Mungal, minister for health
University of East Africa In planning officer in the Kenya rough. Although some 70 per and housing, studied at Stan
Kampala Dar Es Salaam and treasury. Jennifer Adhiambo cent of eligible children can get,ford University and Columbia A
Nairobi. Ragwar from Spellman College a primary school educationnow University, and Samuel Ayodo
In the early students Atlanta, works in Prime Minister only I ;10 per cent of those!minister for local government
went abroad, mainly to Britain, Jomo Kenyattai office finishing can get into secondary got a degree in education at
at the rate of about a dozen a _Henry. "-: Rigll_Ckege_ (San_school. Kenya people are still!Union College, Lincoln, Neb
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.: end Mn'. and daughters, Debbie and Mn. Ralph Rodgers has returned day recently. grades with another M making "B."
: Ralph A. Rodgers were weekend Kathy, Mr and Mr. Donald home after spending a Mr. and Mn. Lucian Hobbsof no lower than a
"A"s -
only: second
guest of Mr. and Mn. Smith and daughter, Sonya the They were
few days with her son-in-law Manhattan, Kan. were grade, Janet Booreamand
William all of Bartow, and
Howard In Melbourne and Cindy
) and Mn.
and daughter Mr. and Mn. recent guests of Mr. Vicki Hielscher: ; third
Mrs Stanton Lander attended < Mr. and Mn. John A. Smith
I recent meeting of th e and son Allen, were recent Dick Buy In Largo. Ralph W. French. The group grade, Johnny Grace, Sheila
and Mn. Fred Smith honored visited in Clearwater with Dr. Maddox, Philip Waters, Me-
Women' Society of ChrUtUiService n guests of Mr. Mn. Fred was .
.:. In Dundee. Mn. Lan. Smith for a family barbecue. on her birthday recent. and Mrs C. M. Boyd. linda West John Emory Register
der Is the Lakeland dlstrlc'I Mr. and Mn. R. L. Talbert ly at a dinner party at the Mr. and Mn. Verdon M. ; sixth grade, Bob. Bar."
:: president of the WSCS. and son, Danna former residents home of her son and daugh Voigt were the weekend guest ber. Making"A's" and .0. :
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Es- third grade, Glen Staton, Kim
live In
Stanley Mullah: of Auburn, of Alturas now
Hielscher,
Hurley, Sherry
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Smith. tell In Cape\\ Coral.MI'I.
Mich., li ,
viiitlng his parents Bartow.
J. B. Green Jr.,was the Kathy Gilli and Michael
Mr. and Mrs Joe Serdynskl Mr. and Mrs Robert Fed-
I II well aa other friends anc i Dinner Party dern of West Jefferson Ohio/ recent luncheon guest of Mn. Cotton Barnes,;Frankie fourth grade ,Ronnie Brian
Taylor
relative in the ares.Visiting Carl Hielscher was honored are en route home arter visitIng Jesse Baker.
I Bonnie Gail
the Potlah-America I on his birthday recently with Mn. Stanton Lander. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frost Varner Murphy
Announcing Democratic Club In Tamp L a dinner at his home. Also Feddern is a former resident have welcomed the arrival ofa Palmer, Carolyn Wojtecrko;
Mn. Hielscher, new granddaughter, Laura fifth grade, Eleanor Odowskl
recently were Mr. and Mn, present were of Alturas.
Kevin, Leann and Vicki Hiel- Suzanne Clements. Parent and Gary Braswell; sixth
John Banish of Bartow, Stan
The First
ley Mullen of Auburn, Mich.,,, scher, Mr. and Mrs R. Hiel Guests are Mr and Mn. Charles grade, Charles Nelson, Mike
Mr. and Mn. Joe Serdynskl,,' scher, Mr. and Mn. Grady Mr. and Mn. Loy Gwinn of Clements of Eau Gallle. Watkins, David Young Janice
Annual Mn. Mary Barush, I. Golon, Hielacher and children, Sally, Mt. Jackson Pa., were the Honor Roll Colvin and Loretta Bill
Mrs. Mary Werner and children Melanie and Erick, all of Bar recent dinner guests of Mr. Peter B. Wright Jr., principal
Bobby and Mary Lou. tow; Mrs. Harold Graddy of and Mn. Joe Underwood.Mrs. of Alturaa Elementary
c Returned Home Lakeland and daughter, Ja- Carl Youngdahl, Mrs. School, has announced the Beware When AiringThink
nan, Mr. and Mn. M. R. Hiel- Blanche Croonqulst and Mn. honor roll for the six weeks
Mrs. Walter Hill' has re twice: before air
scher and daughters Dee and Stanton Lander visited the school term J Just ending. you
turned home to Francisco, Sherry and Donnie Young. Bahama Islands for a few Eight pupils made all "A" your clothes In the tun advises -
Ind., after her
broth-
visiting
National
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t other relatives living here. green, blue or white, they
Mr. and Mn. W. DI.) Gadau could change color. Many
> To Be Published By The honored their son-In-law, D. green and blue dyes In silk
L Smith, on his birthday re-
'J4/(91tl and wool are susceptible to
cently with a dinner party at
LAKELAND LEDGER their home. Others attending sunlight and will fade. Your
were Mn. Smith, Linda white garments may contain
and Leland Smith and his a flouretcent whitening dye
March 28thITS
: Saturday,
L. {; mother, Mrs. A. P. Smith of which is destroyed by sunlight .
Bartow.Mr. causing the garment to
f TIME WE TOLD and Mn. Jimmy Smith.. 14 LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, March 21, 1984 yellow.
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At Winter Haven LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday March M. 1984 IS

k T WINTER I Council Slates Dinner Now It's *"' ,

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Last 3 Days Before EasterEVERY
, HAVENWINTER
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&." Officers Are Elected BeatleWallpaper

ttf- HAVEN Mr.
em and M... C. C. Cook and IOn, WINTER HAVEN-A Presi EASTER BONNETS
ilrd Charles, of Albany Ga., are dent's Council meeting for the Original Easter bonnets were
effaMe the house guest of Mr. retiring presidents and the featured at a luncheon honoring
Cook' mother Mn. J. C. newly elected presidents of prospective members Mn.
eg- Cook, and sister, Mri. Vernon Junior Woman Clubs in District Frank Arnall, Mn. John At-
Soundless Beatles?
lar- Mincey, and family at their S, Florida Federation of taway, Mn. William F. Kurz.Mn. Yeah N t m
."; home In Lake Alfred. The Women" Clubs, will be held Larry Houser and Mn. I IThat's, yeah, yeah they'rehere i'6"
Cimicr visitors have just returned to tonight at 7 o'clock at the Irving Wheeler held by XI GUARANTEED
the United States after a Park Restaurant In Winter Beta Omicron chapter mem the word from Dick
met three-year tour of duty with Haven. Mn. Richard Noll ben. Balmond, manager of the nmcu
,inie the Army In Germany. Theyalso Junior district director, will be A Preferential Tea honored Sherwin-Williams branch on
Ian are visiting with Mr and in charge of the dinner meeting rushees Mn. Ed McMahon, South Florida Avenue whichis
Jail Mrs. J. Douglai Cook and Mn. Charles Coggins, Mn. currently featuring Beatle
ko: two children of Lake Alfred. The discussions will cover Larry Seymour, Mrs Paul wallpaper in a window dis 1
ski Mr. and Mn. Fred Chalaw- the FFWC convention to be Baschon, Mn. Gay Durrance, play.
xth sky and son have moved to held April 13-17 in Jackson- Mn. Richard Hoyt Mrs Jack The wallpaper, not wired
Ika the area from their former vllle with particular emphasis Jones and Mn. Sam Dunn of for sound, is printed In living
tics home In Washington, Del. Mr. placed on the election of new XI Gamma chapter. color. The four English entertainers
Chalawsky Is an engineer state officers and the resolutions OFFICERS are pictured in va- ,
with IMCC. to be presented for vote Members of Sigma chapterof rious poses, with and without
New residents from Pittsburgh during the convention. Beta Sigma Phi sorority their Instruments. Added dec
"9 are Mr. and Mn. Alfred Mn. B. J. Newman of Bar- have elected Mn. Robert Ferguson orative notes includes their
Hallman and five chil tow, district director-elect for to serve as president signatures inscribed bigger
air dren. Mr. and Mn. Earl the 196448 administration, will for the ensuing year. Other than life StorYbook
ad. Hutchinj are residing at 1473 also be present at the meet- new officers will be: Mn. In what must be the under-
, of Ave. H., SW after moving lug with representatives at- Glen Damron and Mrs. Rich statement of the year, Mr.
are here from their former homein tending from Junior Woman's ard Collins, vice presidents; Balmond said he didn't thinkhe
Houston Tex. Mr. Hutchini Clubs in Auburndale, Bartow, Mn. Don Plank and Mn. Earl would sell very much of CUSHION FOUNDATION FOR WIGGtB\ TOE: COMFORT
wy is an agent for United Insurance Haines City, Avon Park, Lake Adams, secretaries; Mn. Nor the paper to adults But he
my Company of America. believes and others the best shoe
Alfred Lake Placid, Lakeland man Elliott, treasurer; Mn. "teen-agen
Ilk Easter Weekend (2), Stbring and Winter Ha E. S. Carter, City Council young at heart" will findit
tour Lt. and Mrs Ronald Elliott ven. representative and Mrs. Pete engaging. can buy $99
> and ions, Ronald and Bradley HO CLUB ELECTS Grant, Area Council representative. "Can't you lee what this you
are expected to arrive from The Winter Haven Home wallpaper will do for a young
tin their home in Valdosta, Ga., Demonstration Club members The Winter Haven Junior person's bedroom? he SILENT BEATLES-Planning to surround herself with the for only
lye to spend Easter weekend at have elected Mn. R. H. Dixon Woman's Club Is welcoming asked "Why, It will add a Beatles by wallpapering her room with the new wallpaper
Into the home of Mrs. Elliott'i to serve as president for the transfer members Mrs. Marvin whole new dimension to lis bearing their pictures and signatures ii an unidentified teen.
mother, Mrs. George L. Burr ensuing year Elected to Brooks from the Sebring tening to Beatle records. ager, who ii obviously a Beatle fan. The wallpaper is displayed
Jr., and visit with her brother serve with Mrs. Dixon an the Junior Woman's Club, Mrs Imagine being surrounded by In the window of a Lakeland paint itort. I
and family Mr and Mrs following: Mn. R. L. Wells, Lennie Christy from the Bra- Beatles!"
Larry Burr. The children will vice president; Mn. H. E. denton Junior Woman'a Club, Mr. Balmond- paused brief
be christened Saturday after Larion, secretary-treasurer and Mn. D. C. Waten formerly ly, then added with a thoughtful Color, Size ImportantIn
noon at St. Paul'i Episcopal and Mrs. C. I. Loy, reporter. a member of the Cocoa look: "Yeah, Just Imagine I
Church.Mr. FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Junior Woman's Club.'Friends. !" Dyeing Easter Eggs I
and Mrs. Charles E. I
Mrs Glenn Bentley will I
Brezler and daughter, Mrs. I
serve as president during the
Kenneth Hammond, all of ensuing of the ChristianWomen's Night' SlatedBy Planning< to dye eggs for ing to manufacturer'i direc
Hagerstown, Md., are the year Easter baskets? tions. Immerse the eggs in the I
Fellowship of the
house guests of Dr. and Mn. First Christian Church. Also Rainbow Assembly 26 Knowing the type eggs that solution until they become the
L. J. Swift In Winter Haven. will give best results helps shade of color desired, then I
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elected were Mn. E. G. Rice Storybook shoat have everything Crisp
Mr. and Mn. Wade Bare- make egg-dyeing easier and remove with tongj. I
and Mn. Edward vice I
Lyons,
more are visiting at their presidents:. Mrs. Charles Hetler "Friendi Night" will be Miss Gail Laver, proficiency more fun.White Whole, empty egg shells young atylei. Some with lifetime soles and
aon-ln.law and daughter'i and Mn. E. R. Baker, held by Lakeland Assembly classes; Miss Pat Weiss, progressive shells, say home economists make good mobiles and deli '
ranch In Fredericksburg, Tex secretaries; and Mn. CharleiLaughlnghouse 26, Order of Rainbow for supper; Miss Donna of the U.S. Depart cate Easter ornaments. First I heels that never need repairing. High-spirited

The couple flew to Texai. treasurer.BETA Girls, tonight at 7:30: o'clockat Smith, church service; and ment of Agriculture, dye In itep In removing the contents comfort because of its cushion foundation.
Ohio Luncheon the Masonic Temple. MissLee clear, bright colon. Therefore from the shell of a raw egg
SIGMA PHI Thornton advisor Misi Nancy Cox, Order of the these In all is to make hole In the hard to believe I IloW'
A luncheon for Ohio residents Mn. John K. Mitchell i has worthy eggs grades a each end All this for -
will Eastern Star officers' ban In heavy demand of the With thimble I
In preside. are generally egg. a or
wintering Winter been elected president of XI
$5.
thrifty
before Easter. Brown other hard I price
I Haven Serving ai visiting worthy quet. object carefully
was held at Morrison'sCafeteria Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma I
advisors will be Miss Marty and speckled shells don't take press a sturdy needle through
prior to the depar Phi sorority for the ensuing Mri. Lea Cox, past worthy I
ture of a number of the visitors year. Other new officers Mines, worthy advisor in Au- matron, OES, and past mother color in the same way 11 the egg I
their burndale, and Miss Mary white shells, but do produce Sharp Point
returning to home are: vice president, Mn. I
towns for the summer. John Dierker; secretaries, Faulk, worthy advisor In Win advisor of Lakeland's assembly lome Interesting effects Then, using a hat pin, sharp
Attending the Ohio social Mn. Dan King and Mn. ter Haven. will give the marriage The brown and speckled pointed, skewer, or Icepick,
I function were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson; treasurer, Grand officers grand rep. degree to Mrs Doug types are good for paint-brush enlarge the holes until they a ,
William G. Davidson, Lima; Mn. J. C. Mitchell; City resentatives, past grand officers l- Goble, former Miss Pat decorating, decals and trans- are about an eighth of an Inch fit
Lawrence R. Wieglng, Del- Council representative, Mrs. and members of the Snapp, past worthy advisorof fen. In diameter Hold one finger v ; h
phoa; Mr. and Mrs. men Joe Higgins and Ana Council s ate executive committeewill the Important Factor over the first hole, while the I
Howard, Lima; Mr. and Mrs. representative, Mn. Carl Tye. be guests. Mn. Recarda Lakeland chapter. Normally when eggs are second Is being made. Run a
Kenneth Blythe and Elizabeth Two chapters of Beta Sigma Titus, grand deputy ol District Plans are being made for a to be used for breakfast eat. skewer or icepick through the I
Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis Phi sorority In Winter Haven 9 of the State of Florida chicken and yellow rice din- ing or general cooking whole egg to break the yolk I
Mr. and Mn. Harmon are entertaining ruiheei at will be Introduced. ner on April 18. Committee USDA'l Agricultural Marketing hold the egg over a bowl, and
I Wright. Mn. Dorothea Boyer social functions. Reports will be given by: have been appointed.The Service suggests shoppingfor gently I blow Into the hole In I i
\ Mn. Alta Lauer, Spencerville; Lakeland girls have the higher grades But the large end. This will re
Mn. W. E. Henry, Akron; been Invited by Auburndale' when eggs are to be dyed, move the contents
I John W. Flora Mr. and Mn. Assembly to a slumber party shell color and life are of Next, rinse the shells In cold !
,, Harry Flora, Canton; Mr and News Of f Our Youngest following 'the Lakeland meetIng prime Importance. Lower water, let them dry thoroughly _
Mrs. Guy O. Martin Youngs Miss Thornton said. grade eggs often may be used and rinse again In hot ,
town and Mr. and Mrs. John LAKELAND GENERAL Mr. and Mn. William P. Refreshment will be served successfully for coloring and ter to "cure" them for wa-I I
Gerber Pandora. HOSPITAL following the meeting to dyeing, and may result In a dyeing
Mr. and Mn. Edward Han- Stricklen, Lake Alfred, ion, which Masons and Eastern savings, too. Plenty of eggs Be sure to refrigerate the
GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER
Mr. and Mn. ,
ion Jr. of Vlnton Iowa, have William Sa- .March 22. Star members have been Invited are available at southeastern egg contents and use them
arrived for the 85th wedding bo, 309 Colorado Avf., IOn, Mr. and Mn. Billy L. Par to attend. foodstores for Easter use. within one or two days.They're ,
anniversary of Mr. Hanson's March 24. ker, 1517 32nd St., NW daughter Here are some more egg excellent for making t. OPEN Till 9 FREE PARKING IIi
parents, Mr and Mri. Edward Mr. and Mn. B. C. Bus- CHINESE Ideas and pointers suggestedby cakes, cookies, custards, omelets I If
Hanson. The Senior bee, Bartow, son, March 24. March 23. DESSERT USDA: scrambled eggs, or other
Hanson have wintered In WINTER HAVEN HOSPITALThe Mr. and Mn. Richard 1. Dessert for a Chinese supper Prepare eggs for dyeing by dishes that call for beaten,
Winter Haven for a numberof Rev and Mn. Henry Henry, Halnei City, ion, ? Garnish rings of pineapple first wiping I the shells whole eggs.
years and are member W. Killingsworth, Lake Alfred, March 24. (fresh or canned) with thoroughly with a moist cloth. J
of the Winter Haven Tourist ion, March It. Mr. and Mri. Carl J. Lun- preserved kumquats. If you Allow to dry, then either HOME FRIES
Club. buy a Jar of the kumquats that hard-cook: them or remove the Dice cold boiled pared potatoes f t
Mr. and Mn. James E. Con- kenhelmer, 110 Leslie Ave. ,
Spring Vacation is about one pound, you can contents of the raw eggs. and add a little onion cut I OPEN
Miss Susan Pearson It nell, Auburndale eon, March :ran Phyl Village, daughter, count on there being a coupleof Dye When Hot very fine. Use bacon drippings
pending spring vacation with 17. March dozen kumquats in It. Useas Eggs dye best when hot. to brown the potatoes and FRIDAY
her Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James L. needed onion In skillet Season to -
parents many ai and refrigerate Use a separate glass or paper a
D. R. Pearson. Susan is a Kamm, 1243 31it St., NW, 24.LAKE the rest of the fruit cup for each color, and prepare taste, with salt and pepper, A NITE
atudent at Mary Washington daughter, March 17. In the syrup In the Jar the vegetable dye.accord. adding paprika If you like. luA
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. .
college in Fredericksburg -- -- ..
Weeks, Fort Pierce, son, 0
Va.Mr.. and Mn. Harry Under March 17. HAMILTONLAKE
and children, new residents, Mr. and Mn. William C.
are residing< on Fifth Streetin Davis Jr., Auburndale, son, HAMILTON-Robert
Jan Phyl Village. The March 11. L. Greene has ai his guest, ko& # ; ,A,
family formerly lived in Dearborn Mr. and Mn Robert J. his cousin Charles Moseley of 4
Mich Cantrell, Auburndale, daughter St. Cloud.
Mr. and Mn. Richard E. March 19.
Hammond are new residents Mr. and Mn. Willie J. Mri. Gladys Golf has re-

who formerly lived In Wells, Drummond, Lakeland, daughter turned home after an extended I
N.Y. Another couple has arrived March 19. visit with her niece and husband
from Chicago to make Dr. and Mn. Harry A. Palo, Mr. and Mn. Stanley
Winter Haven a permanent 1512 Ave. F, NE son, March Townsend In Orlando. L
home. They art Mr. and Mr. and Mn. Norman Ford
Mn. Joseph Dudack and have 19.Mr.. and Mrs. M. D. Alex- from Lake Worth, visited the for Easter

purchased a new home. Both ander, Polk City, daughter, past weekend with hla mother t,' Mo
couples are retired. March 21. and family, Mr. and Mn. ? Slip
Mr. and Mrs Richard G. Walker Sexton and son Tom. Block
HEAT ESCAPES Hopen, Davenport, son, March Mrs. Frank lundin has returned Satin Eavissant
Open the oven door ai littleas home from a two Patent
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a pie, cake, cookies, meat Adams, Haines City,daughter, she worked at the Mission. byonly
or casserole dish. Each time March 22. Frank Lundin and brother
you do open the d.oor you may Mr. and Mn. Eugene Nick- Harold from Connecticut anon
reduce the oven heat as muchas ola 1517 Ave. F. NE, daughter a two-week camping trip 943':

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. Couple MarksAnniversary : But Need Balanced Diet Your OwnCabana Make ,A 'Cripple'. For LifeBy Being HeldGood


Friday cervices will

By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN missing teeth The same well- SIMON J. WIKLER D.S.C, wear sucks, you must take the cade. The most common now be held at St. Paul Lutheran

balanced diet should be provided Distributed by same care In fitting them as are broad-toed. Church tomorrow at 3 and

LAKE ALFRED Mr. and There Is a general misconception but the preparationmust Newspaper Enterprise Assn. with shoes. A sock Is not Occasionally one finds the 7-30 pm. Holy Communionwill

Mrs. Charles R Bargeron of that older people re- be changed. Foods can AP Fashion Fealure (Condensed from "Take Off made In the shape of the foot.It old cowboy boot-type shoes be celebrated at both

quire a diet which differs dras be sieved, chopped or scraped. NEW YORK (AP-You can Your Shoes and Walk," by permission Is made more like a tube with their pointed toes. Do services

Lake Alfred observed their tically from that of younger Whenever possible missing cancel out your membership of the publisher, The that tapers to a point. not purchase these. The 3 p.m. service will be-

Golden wedding anniversaryat folks This IS true in only one teeth should be replaced for at the peach club this sum Devln-Adalr Co) For this reason stretch Run your fingers over the gin with the veiling of the

a family dinner party at respect We health and comfort as well as mer for the really "In" thingto You who are parents have socks can be particularly Inner sole of the shoe If there cross. The Rev Mark Pepoon

their home 160 Swoope Street. need fewer cal. for looks. However If this Is do at the resorts Is to wear probably noticed your child harmful-they cause constant are added elevations on the of Redeemer Lutheran Churchin

The couple moved to Lake ones with ; not possible special food preparation your cabana.It constantly spreading bending, pressure on the toes Inner sole beware Bartow will deliver the sere

Alfred seven years ago from every passing will help. has become terribly chic stretching (us fingers and toe Buy socks at least one Inch Shoes that hive rises Inside mon and assist in the distribution

Columbia S. C.. where Mr. Many older folks do not have to go down to the sea in an from the first weeks of life. longer than the toes. Pull of the Sacrament.
them also
Bargeron served as branch decade- the incentive to prepare attractive authentic copy of something You would not think of keep- them out so the extra length have other are arch likely features to In the 7-30: service, the Rev.R. .

manager for Swift and Company older our mel and adequate meals by Omar the tentmaker and Ing your baby from moving is free of the toes; the extra all of. them support A. Hingst, pastor the
of Chicago for 32 years abolic rate he Those who live alone may be set up camp simply by raising. his hands and wiggling his fin length of sock will fit Into the deforming. senior choir and Theodore
shoes with arch
Mr and Mrs. Bargeron were comes less air careless about good nutrition your arms, gers. Why then swaddle. his unused portion of shoe's toe. Any support Harre organist, will join In
features be avoided.
married In Burke County Ga. lUally all per for this reason. There In the privacy of all feet and toes? When child has start are to an excerpt from the cantata
Attending the dinner party eons are much Require Less Food that stretchable fabric you your For Infants, shoes without "
blankets "The of the Cross
Tight which keep ed to walk by himself at Message ,
were Mrs. Bargeron's two sisters less rctioephysically I Since the older individual wiggle modestly into or out of raised heels are the most desirable -
feet and toes motionless serve home he will shortly be walkIng In which the "Seven Last
and two brothers and requires less foqd It is par- your bathing suitand all the though often unobtainable -
: h1iSS LOWMAN only to weaken them. Place You would Words of Christ" are
their families Mr. and Mrs. Soouer or I later ticularly Important that the while your swimming pals are on pavement. Very likely you wilt preaented.
the blanket the That of the
1 C. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. A. they drop sports. Those who diet be planned with care so thinking you're merely doing over baby'afeet now be ready to get first have to settle for a so-called portion
Toes which infant. service will conclude with the
loosely. for
D. Henry, all of Miami Mr once loved to dance no longer that all essential food ele- the Twist.It are pair of shoes your "spring heel" in which there
and Mrs. R. A. Darby of Indulge in that "any age" activity ments (especially the proteinsand is cheaper by a dam site, not given opportunity for exercise Shoes that are flexible, roomy is i leather elevation under the church In darkneas.r .

Chiefland and Mrs. Ruth Williams Many fail to take any vitamins and minerals) or by a lake shore or by In the very early years and simply made are best. sole at the heel.Measure .
of Lakeland. regular physical exercise that are provided somebody's swimming pool, or are likely never to develop Children's toes and feet must

The couple's son Charles is not required in their work. The older woman Is somewhat anywhere for that matter. properly. be allowed to grow naturally CarefullyShoe

Ray Bargeron lives in Anchorage It would be helpful if the like the reducer In that It's Cozy Unfortunately, most Amer. Test Flexibility clerks generally use a Tops AtBridge

Alaska where they appetite decreased in ratio to she cannot afford to spend And It's cozy. When you feel ican parents damage their infants' measuring stick to measure

have visited him the past two the body's decrease in calorie many calories on foods whichdo wet and clammy, the opaque toes and feet In the Some shoes look better and the approximate size then

summers. demand. This is not usuallythe not have health value. cotton fabric serves as a towelto first weeks of life by depriving have better leather and more bring out a few pairs of shoes

case and that Is why the If you live alone or do not dry you off. Absolutely no the child of the chance to durable construction, but too to be tried on. Check the

t For average height and weight have a large family, you may other cabana can make that move his feet freely. often they are so firmly made clerk' assurance as to proper

a pantryshelf compotefor team charts show increasing weight want my leaflet "Menus for statement. No Baby Shoes that they rob the Infant of the length. Have the child standup
unexpected LAKELAND
guests with Increasing age. Some- Career Girls" Send a stamped Moreover, the mobile cabana free use of his foot. with'' his weight 'resting
a jar of figs with a can of Do not buy Winner of Lakeland Dup-
prewalklng the
To
test flexibility, grasp
times the sense of taste dulls self-addiessed envelope with looks charming while occupied evenly on both feet.
apricots and one of pineapple with the years and the appetite your request for it to Jose This shift that out- shoes for your baby They heel of the shoe In one hand licate Bridge Club game
Use
chunks Is poor. In such instancesthe phine Lowman in care of The shifts all shifts belts at the may look pretty and soft but the toe In the other, then bend your fingers to feel have been announced a* follows

seasoning and attractive Ledger. waist to create a blousy kimono they can seriously Impede the the heel and toe toward each exactly where the child's toes :.
lie in the shoe.Remember .
Speaking of Beauty I appearance of food becomes Tomorrow: "This Exercise effect, or under the natural movements of the in other.If North-South, Eric Murray
fant's foot. In warm weather if a pair of and 'Otto Rice first; Mrs.
especially essential Good for All, Should Help bosom for an empire look the shoe bends at the
br philip Many older _persons have Polio Victim." The bias-cut sash also doubles the baby should play bare ball (the part' of the sole children's shoes fits "just Duane Surgeon and William
Do you literally trust your -- -- -- ----- as a turban when not circlingthe footed in a play pen. When he directly behind the toes), and right" when It Is bought. It Dancy, second; Mrs. Dancy

hairdresser We at Coiffures By figure.As starts to creep and crawl on not through the center of the will certainly be too small in and Mrs John Battle, third;

Philip. 225 S. Lake Wales Girl Bride shifty as it Is, this garment the carpeted floors, he should shoe, it means that the shoe time. There should be at least Mrs. Perry Blakemor and

r Fla continual isn't sneaky Bold diagonal be allowed to crawl barefoot has steel stiffening throughthe three-fourths of one-inch of Mrs. C W Thompson fourth.

ly strive to gain In Buenos Aires RitesPedro stripes and screaming ed. arch. A toddler wearing space between the end of the East-West. Mr. and Mrs.
confidence child's toes and end J. D. Nicholls. first; Mrs
of shoe
your colors announce It* arrival to Crawling Is a necessary developmental such shoes must walk stiff-
by giving von bathers along the coast and exercise for your footed because the shoes will Get the widest size possible Dorothy Ferleman and Bill
'. what vou want LAKE WALES-Miss Mary C. Infante of To test the width feel Graham second; Mrs. Elmo
't; Tucuman all the sailors on ships at sea baby. Give him every chanceto prevent him from bending his along
In t permanent Judith Evans and Juan Car Argentina, was attended by Spoils Fun do stkInfants side both sides of the foot at Hoffman and Bruce Barnes,
wave s t I los Infante were married feet.Such the ball, making sure there Is third; Mrs. Frank Stapor and
his father The pity of it Is that the are often forced to a shoe must not be
color or J last night at San Martin deTours wearable cabana may take sit too long In devices which purchased for any child. free space between the aides Robert Thornhill fourth.

whether it In Buenos Aires Argentina After the ceremony, the some of the challenge out of keep them from underfoot Find a store where the of the foot and the sides of RIDGE
casual, newlyweds were guests of the shoe. Masterpolnt winner of
bathing suit changing along
while mother, does her work. shoes In your child's size are
PHILIP or high fashion After a wedding trip to honor at a dinner at the homeof the Riviera. Donning and Pressure upon the thighs flexible through the arch Be sure to feel both sides Ridge Bridge Club games include

After all, we Montevideo, Uruguay the Raoul Lascanda, former shedding bikinis In public view caused by such apparatus is Having found a flexible arch at the same time, so as to :
want look loveliest Mr. and Mr .
to North-South
you your newlyweds will be at homeat without baring too much more strain the muscles avoid pushing the foot on one *
Argentine consulate to Chi likely to make certain that the sole itself
and
return often to what we believe Dancy, first; Mrs. Pat Hogan -
Paroissien 1688 Buenos was becoming quite an art, blood side of the shoe when feeling
is Lakeland's most and cut off the supply is not so thick that the and Mrs Tom
cago. Bates
and modern salon.progressive We Aires. and quite a tourist attraction Do not try to hasten a baby'stint shoe becomes hard to bend. for the proper width. second; Doug Hall and Alex

are constantly studying the The bride Is the daughterof too steps. He'll walk when Do Not Resole Be Prepared Steinberg third;. Mrs. Perry
James Evans of RUSSIAN DRESSING Indeed we wouldn't be a bit
Henry feet and legs are ready.
newest fashions, trends and Swindler and Dave Hause-
techniques In order to offer you' Lake Wales, who accompanied I Tiny cocktail onions, when surprised if the French banned Booties Best Do not resole younger Mothers must be preparedto man, fourth.

the very latest In hair styling. her to Argentina and they are leftover are good this false modesty even During the first year of life, children's shoes for resoling clerks have uninformed shoe East-West, Mr. and Mr*.
gave her In marriage tually. wool booties are the best type them makes them smaller. protest vigorously at
Mrs. Jacobs. added to Russian Stapor first; Mrs. Elmo
Goodnight dressing
I' But at least the traveling Insistence on wider shoes.
Senora Italia de Infante attended of footwear. However they The next thing to look for Hoffman and Mrs. Lera
t 148th of a ...1..1) the bride. The onions In a tangy marinade cabana appears to have a should be bought large enoughso Is the shape of the toe of the It Is not enough that chil.dren'a an, second; Mr. and Mrs.Ry.A. '
great future with the modest feet be free. from deforming
-Adv. In -
The bridegroom the son of come jars; they may American swimmer with an they cannot in any way con shoe Shapes of children'aahoes shoes B. Jackson third; Mr. and
foot health
--------- be left whole or chopped before strict the feet or toes. have undergone much ; Mrs. John Griesheimer
adding to the dressing. beach Income shelters.too modest to want When your child begins to Improvement In the past de-. also depends upon going bare- fourth.
foot in order to develop agility
RECOLOR Serve the Russian dressingover and strength In the feet. BARTOW

wedges of Iceberg lettuce SANDWICH SPREAD I II (An equivalent for going barefoot Special masterpoint win
or in a tomato and lettuce When ners of Bartow Bridge Club
you've bought mango I is wearing slipper socks
orR SiioES t I are:
games
sandwich chutney to serve with a curry booties, or flexible thong san
If you want to enrich a white and some of, the chutney is dals) North-South: Mrs. Stapor

sauce for fish or vegetables leftover, dice a little of it and For toddlers, shoes shouldbe and Mrs. Bates, first; Otto

add an egg yolk or two to it.Don't add to deviled ham and a lit worn outdoors only during Xice and Mrs i"indler, second

boil the sauce after the tle mayonnaise for a delightful inclement weather and indoors ; Mrs. Annie Ritter and
yolk 'Is added. Mr*. Ewin Williams, third;
sandwich .
HITHER spread only for Infrequent' dress up Mr. Hauseman and Dr. Les

occasions. LeValley. fourth.
SHOE SHUT r Q yap i ia I Fortunately, children can go East-West: Mr. and Mrs.

barefoot most frequently in Harry Brown, first; William

bv life during the first five years, Neal and John Taylor sec

U'J which are the most ImportantIn ond; Mr. Hall and Mrs.

Q MLXE / foot development. Children Theo Walts, third: Mrs. L
t 1f.gj'tIJk' Mtiiir urns! HOB) RADIANT under five who go barefoot, if 0. Boynton and Miss Theo
,
IRRHO NEW CAH watched closely, are unlikelyto
lAD IIIIKMt Lockwood, fourth.Lakeland.
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W///IIJ/mfl1 Bf//k I slssueos develop tough, protective skin
M50 on the bottom of their feet. Date Book
I IDEAL shoe for children: CONVENTIONAL shoe for
Of contaminated
room for foot to spread and I children: no room to spread course
Illustrated tot Is only one from our fabulous itlectlon
human dog, and cat feces TODAY
for the feet.
tiny
grow In normal manner. 1 or grow
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danger to bare feet. But on ,
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clean suburban streets and fNIVOLINT AND OTCTIVI.
< lawns and In eases or ILK wool mi.
B 4 carpeted homes
wi j"iiii.hJi' ilea Lo-'.. sue
cWf, there Is little danger of hook ..5-
for barefooted CITRUS CINTI KIWANIt. a 1*
worm your rm at Oold Cup Rwuurul
child. '"'UIAL pole L 0 DO I let

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All the Latest I 97 I Mil.12.CommlMlonor Bum food]Aldln.tad unit Comber'....will....

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- r r r r r r HAVEN-Officers .5 f'"y .' !. PMWU. w.i.r

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EASTER SHOES I Ladies' Sandals GIRLS' EASTER SHOES chapters In Winter Haven have iram Mrne: ..3, 1"t..C.::"sit Mv.,as fa'I: ,,:
been announced as follows: Alrrart
I Just Arrived!! XI BETA OMICRONMrs. TN'OIO'N'CA., 10CII TY. 03.

Oxfords I Patents In Red, Blue William Harlan has lenae. .I,.:A'dln'm.:: "Tuod" low lei n0

Loafers I American and Italian I Bone, Whit. Gr been elected president for the op"/IHtS1*.' s",tI"l w 0..1.

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Brown 244 I I l'OCk'197 chapter, Beta Sigma Phi .555 551.5 I ............ be "om.
Latest sorority.. Other new officersare .n. Roeiey 01 Laa. O''on' Marta.
I I.t Churns held *s H..dl *"""' Os
'To Sine 3 Styles I ; : MM. J, G. Jennings and Dou'b.rUt Road.Religious.
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V.I.o 7.99 Italian tans Whites Straws I presidents, Mrs. Dwight Lewis ,
er : and Mrs. E. Sisson, secretaries : Groups'Meeting
a r r r r r r r r r r e am r .
r ma r r - r - r r r r
Miss Helen Covert,

WOMEN'S up SAVE TO i Layaway Now For Easter'lakeana" i I MEN'SEXCLUSIVE I 18 City treasurer Council Mrs.representative B. Joe Giles; ,. Calendar

EXCLUSIVE $998 SAVE $17 and Mrs. Charles Coon, area t-s; L 'e"c.siisl.nTh
I / Largest Discount I council o"t, Ile!'
Store representative. paYL """*''. "".<:

DRESS HEELS mi PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS PER XI GAMMA M .n3'Wm'J1: 1Sr'w IDO'"
I IN REAR OF STORI I DRESS SHOES CHRIST IYTNsAN.
PA R llasl if
A R Thur.d.a COm..on ..",.. at JO
CURRENT STYLES AND COLORS Mrs. Arthur Hancock will ': lIorlia Lak.I... .1t..Ior'

Not Antique ta AAAA wldthi. I I THESE ARE REAL BUYS!! serve as president of XI Gamma lcPaTM L IT e s a A N. ti" ,..d.
NOT ALL SIZES IN IVERY STYLI. I NOTI THESE EXCLUSIVE FUTURES chapter, Beta Sigma Phi 105.r.1.]wrrb P .,.. How eo..u.

I $oH nipple' celt sepsis full .iuhw .. Into)** sorority for the 1964-CS club- IAITM mrRl eAY
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exclusive brands for yourself I A REAL PRESTIGE SHOE IN A BRAND cock Ire: Mrs. W. B. Melvin, r:nk.a 7 i a MaO L.aw

I I YOU ARE SURE TO RECOGNIZE. SORRY vice president, Mrs. Paul (.lLmeurr.pAYI tYTM nrhml[RaN. peed :I
SORRY WE CANNOT ADVERTISE THE NAMES. Legg and Mrs. Walter, Bell, Lf Pa.. Reif rrNa.CammsSba a p m. ..d II t..
WE CANNOT ADVERTISE THE NAME as IIoIia ..rr1eeoR5ea .
I I secretaries: Mrs. Harry Van-

PRICES START AT $4.97 CORNER KENTUCKY AND PINE Nationally Advertised Liew treasurer Mrs. Harry .0 WOMAN r wrauasAN... 1 corehider
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VALUES TO 18.95 I I Turner City Council repre- S::0;: n10rewm Pa.'SfcJ'
I OPEN TIL 9 EVERY NIGHT TIL EASTER at 19.95 sentative; and Mrs Jesse Den r5c.pt"R. o"'V.Da.O .

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Florida's Thursday, March 21, JIU 17
Nutritious Green Cabbage LAKELAND LEDGER.
News Of Winter Haven Folk



I Is At Its Flavor Peak Durir WINTER HAVEN Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eates They plan to fly to Nassau HALFPRICESALE
Spring Joe Statt of Sevlerville. Tenn., of Dexter Mo., are the house when the leave Winter Haven.
Is the houseguest of her sis guests of the former's broth-
TALLAHASSEE March ter-in-law. Mrs. J. S. Huntley er-in-law and sister Mr. and Two Weeks !
::1 the month for Florida' Is a clan runner-up with and Mr. Huntley. Also Mrs. Alvin Decker, at their Mrs. Amelia Newland Is ex

good green cabbage when many Americana. Some peoo visiting the Hartleys are Mn. home in Lake Alfred. parting her son and (laugh-
the crop bits its pert and like the brisket Muntley's _
the pit of beef nephew awl wife, Assistant Pastor ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. John
price hi decidedly right The cooked with cabbage atone, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Scottof I famous TUSSYDEODORANTS
Newland, of Lake View, Ohio
supply remain plentiful but It may also be served Tampa. The Rev. Sam Wood of
throughout April according with carrots, turnips and on Alabama residents moving Long Island N.Y., plans to for a two week vWt They I
to the Florida Department of ions. For this wonderful old to Winter Haven are Mr. and move to Florida in April. The will arrive some time this
Agriculture.! dish, the cabbage should be Mrs. Leroy F Bennett The Rev. Mr. Wood will go to week '

Cabbage I II grown throughout cooked (In the beef liquor) former Birmingham residents Avon 1a'krr:1: : a short stay Capt James Lapsey Smith
Florida but this year the only 10 to 11 minutes depending are living oa South Lake El- and to Lake Alfred
weather has been best along on size of the cabbage bert Drive. where he formerly served I II arriving this week to spend
the Southeast coast where ? wedges Mr. and Mrs John Batten- as assistant pastor at the Lake 10 days with his wife and to

the heaviest crop I II originating. Cheesy Cabbage Wedges tine have returned from a II Alfred Methodist Church. meet his baby son for the 7 USt
few. 1 strips bacon day cruise aboard the RMS New residents to Winter first time. Captain Smith has
Each head of cabbage is a 2 cups medium white Carmanla. The couple sailed Haven are Mr. and Mr*. H. served with the military Intelligence
bundle of calcium. Vitamin sauce from Port Everglade to St. W. Stark who formerly lived In Viet Nam for the
A and ascorbic acid plus I medium head Florida Thomas In the Virgin Islands In Cleveland Ohio, and Crystal past 13 months
lesser amount of other valu- cabbage San Juan Puerto Rico Santa River. The couple are residing Mr. and Mrs. Charles Card-
able nutrients. Wonderful for /J pound shredded Cheddar Domingo, Caracao Montego on 21st Street, NW well and three children are I r
the whole family and delicious Bay and Nassau. I
cheese Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. new resident residing at 1381
tool Salt and pepper Unusual Animate Hamilton and children are Sheridan Ave, SW. The family : CREAM ROLL-ON: STICK
But many women have yet An Ohio visitor Mr*. Mack new resident from Butte, formerly lived In Knoxville
to lean Just how tasty cabbage ISi Y M Wash cabbage and cut Into Gordon of Cleveland 1* visiting Mont. The family It living In Tenn. Mr. Cardwell Is unit sU|......
can be. Overcooking wedges. Pour % of an Inch her brother-in-law and .
the northwest section of Win- with Automatic Retailers
and unimaginative recipes of water Into large pot; heatto sister. Mr. and Mr*. Robert ter haven manager of America. .
have kept it from becoming boiling. Add salt. Cover Huff at their home on Lake 1----- -
New residents moving from
and steam-cook cabbage Cannon Drive. The visitor 1I I
other
as popular ss many I ,
vegetable about six minutes, or until and her husband have an un Tampa are Mr and Mrs. rat A/1ythfng/ : whh I IfASE' CN.. asoetbee ... ab..k
Ceek Geatly Just tender. Meanwhile, pan- usual hobby at their IN acre James Stephens and family catd.u to check: ,..,;rtli..
Careful cooking In small broil bacon saving drippings.Use farm named "Gordon's Folly" They are residing in Garden TEETH'I'I aid bai.h.nlerana "....
Grove at 12S Hawthorne
amounts of water, for short one tablespoon of drip. -they collect and raise a different
pings In making white sauce. breed of animal than Street. Mr. Stephens I* vice I uw Rotl-Oa Mnrt quickly. a-.
periods, bring cabbage to
FROM FLORIDA'S SUNNY :
FIELDS
.
come* crisp of the Lake Region .
green president
Stir cheese Into cbwk
white -I\ ply te Jllltfindee
sauce finds farm. .
the table beautifully one usually on a
tender and good tasting.green It of cabbage bacon to serve with golden cheese sauce and crisp bits heat; add salt and pepperto They specialize In such unusual Bank of Commerce. ". M J .... amhnnsSU .....
taste. Place drained cab Mr. and Mrs. John Boland I
is excellent in coleslaw of animals as four Llamas .
baal wedgea on heatad platter are entertaining their nephewand k It famed with DnsUM >.
course, but also creamed (similar to camels, but smaller '
buttered covered with a zesty December pour over them the and without a hump); two family Mr. and Mr*. I Refit" and tighten your ,S M to kill *4or tw-
sauce or stuffed with meat to May season every good cook has her cheese sauce, then sprinkle Aoudads (little larger than a Brooks Pennlngton Jr. and dentures with .Inc Nf'WrI.
but the bulk of the ,
mixtures huge crop own favorite variation: adding with crumbled bacon. Makes goat and have short hair), three children of Madison
Tender cabbage wedges (300-mUUon-plu pounds) I* chopped peanuts or lIDo 4 to I servings. which are considered small Ga. The family new to Florida BRIMMS PLASTMINER

may be treated to melted the green Coleslaw cabbage.Variations peeled red apple or orange (Note to cooks-in-a-hurry: game animals in Africa; In their private_ plane.ICURRIES I IUQ Islliwr hr ass lists,&2.10 for tws Save $3.00 on Cream
segments or sour cream Instead -
butter, then have one of Most popular cabbage dish of To save time you may use geese including a pair of the 1 Deodorant (-PacklOriitf
the standard
these added: celery seeds, on the American table Is, ofcaul'll. mayonnaise canned cheese soup (undiluted famous Toulouse family and RlMMS rkAri.ilNW'
grated cheese, chili sauce, coleslaw. dressing. ), or prepared cheese Russian geese; peacocks wel- --'l'idI1'' I.tu". ""'nl''"
Practically Corned beef and
minced onion, lemon Juice cabbage sauces that come In Jars. maraner dogs Angus cattle HOME PORTRAITS I .
Just be sure to add the tablespoonful and cats. Each breed has ,
mustard mixed with lime or a ant; e. .sr.ad It asset b Store f
lemon juice, crumbled crisp of bacon drip. designated living area and Mrs 0.'se, as,. hr '"IoPtl I \
bacon or sour cream. Deadlines Are Guidelines pings while heating overFlow each has his or her own a.ts'ew .11 asses.i "IfC11ifJIJ1' .
To keep the vivid green heat.) name. i _
color or cabbage Intact, steam .

it. Cut cabbage into wedges; Read 'Em But Don't WeepWith I
place in a large pot contain I
inginch of boiling salted
water. Cover and cook about I
the publication of The stories must be received two
six minute, or until cab
bage I II Just tender. Ledger's Saturday morning days prior to the desired publication

Shred, Then Cook edition beginning March 28, date. 1
Another quick cooking deadline for the women' All other newt item for the Earn 4 % on SAVINGS
method: Shred cabbage fine, pages will be at follows: Sunday edition must be received your
season with salt and pepper. by noon the preceding:
and
Engagement wedding
Cook hi large skillet In two Wed& tla,. Those for the Saturday
or three tablespoons of bacon stories for a Saturday or Sunday edition must be turnedIn
fat. after stirring well. Cover edition must be receivednot by the preceding Thursdaynoon. I and GET A FREE a

and cook about three min. later than noon the preceding This Includes church

utes. Monday. A wedding must new, which in the future will I F. ,
Chinese or celery cabbage have taken the be published Saturday rather J
place on preceding .
elongated In shape and ten- than Friday. I
der of leaf may be cooked Saturday to appear in a New ham to appear la a I
much the cam way a* the Sunday edition. weekday edition must be received

regular green cabbage. Florida Friday wedding will be published by aooo the day preceding STERLING SILVER
grow tome of these less- In the Saturday edition desired publication w.
er-known varieties during the immediately following. For date except for the Saturday ,

publication fai a weekday editing edition which deadline Is ,
Thursday goon. Deadline for _
Eating Only Monday through Saturday the Monday edition of The

True Test Of I wedding and engagement Ledger Is Friday noon. GIFT '


Tender Beef .. .. .

GAINESVILLE A question 'NJ: ,..; Ad ...
:- .
housewives ask Is
many !1\\
w.
how can I be certain of selecting -x 'it, X' .....a11
a cut of beef that will
be tender? .
Dr. J. W. Carpenter, meat

scientist with the Agricultural paradeperFect In the amount of $ JOO.OO "
Experiment Stations say the or more ..
answer I* simple. You can't
be positive.
Dr. Carpenter explain that
recent research by the University for
of Florida' Agricultural E, or adding $100.00 to your present accountNOW'S
Experiment Stations, indicate

that tenderness I II a the TIME to OPEN ADD to i R
highly heritable trait in beef ,
cattle, while age and marblingof I EdfaThis
the meat have much less
to do with meat tenderness. 4 or TRANSFER FUNDS Beginning our ,

Certain breeds of cattle also
New Quarterly Dividend Period April 1st
appear to be more tender than fs just one of the dot- c.
other
Because of these factors selecting ens of now Spring Shoe
a Under cut of meat we hove In stock. See

in your grocery store Is not them all now! 9._.
easy. In most cases if you

smooth elect a cut textured that I* bright lean with red. SAVE THROUGH APRIL 10th

some marbling, you can be

tenderness reasonably, he sure says.of desired Pink .. EARN 4% FROM THE 1 1st __
o Bone
Through continued researchof
breeding selection feeding o Blue
and meat handling the Agricultural o Whit.
Experiment Station YOUR CHOICE OF ANY ONE:
scientist emphasizes meat

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puzzle. They are provided by *).,.1tte4I to 0

the drycleaner merely to eeVertlte CimliiFeet
transport your clothes home.
other ALL AT35to70 f MrFfemffe
Wooden. plastic, or
hangers shaped to the curve o .
of the shoulders are better os... Httk Are.t" Current
for your closeted clothes, advise % 0 Sfenfty mr,...
the National Institute of o Mlle, Dividend

Prycleaning. Discounts 0 ,*,n.. With'
The work of the cleaning Rate
plant finisher should and can And Others Jraltelanb

be retained. For instance Per Annum
you can prevent coat lapels
from flattening by pinningthe
lapel together with a (iL

straight pin. 4 jfebetal aimn
To avoid closet wrinkles. % !)

says the Institute, send your OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT .
winter clothes to storage and

let your closeted clothes AND LOAN
easier this summer. --
breathe Compounded
pellz ::?& ASSOCIATIONM
Youth To Quarterly
Group
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will present a five-act play Otter ftftt Stem I. .' I,

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1 at 7.45: o'clock at the ehircn. t. f.
The play about the trial '"'O-) i
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resurrection
crucifixion and Corner Tennessee and Pine Lakeland Florida
I Christ. I* being sponsored by ,
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IS LAKELAND LEDGER Thundiy.. March 21.1IM


I Dickinson P Predicts Primary Victory

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By ROGER HUTCHISON ,
Ledger Staff Writer
Speaking to a gathering of i4Ur'
more than 2,500 persons last r.
night at Christina Park,
Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson, can-
didate for governor, predicted
he would be No. One In the
May 5 primary.
The crowd, gathered for
one of Dickinson's barbecues,
heard the candidate make his
prediction and base It on the
fact that he drew 8,000 persons
at a similar! function In t Y'YV
Plnellas County prior to coming 1 1
to Polk yesterday i
Dickinson arrived In Lake-
land yesterday In a helicopter -
landing at Lakeland's
heliport on Lake Mirror and
then went to Florida Southern
College for a conference with
"
college president Dr. Charles 4 wn
T. Thrift Jr.Here.
,
Two Days .
The gubernatorial candidate

two flew Into Polk of County for Ii CAMPAIGN RALLY DRAWS CROWD-More Hi.* 2,500 potf"iHy to .. aimed .In tuoriior .f Dicklnwii'i ......". fusses
days campaigning: .4. .i ... .... .... ..,.. .. ..
.
He will be In Haines City, Mn ii irhrd .t Chrirtln pint sea sight! to Ml ft** .d th.t his holding the '* In his eom,ols
Bartow, Lake Wales and WIn- .A k ....b. end hose csmp.lgs' i **cK "f Fred 0. dud) Dltklnwn, (Udoor.r ,koto ky Hutch!*.*).
ter Haven today.At cdldr for ...."'.r. Uf HUM .f prorp.cNve rater woitod
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last night's barbecue,
Dickinson told the crowd "1 CORROSIVES ON BARGES
do not like what Is going on NEW YORK-Tanks on barges TRADE UPTo
in Jacksonville but 1 am not CANDIDA PRESIDENT TALK-rnt o. (Bud) Dickinson, rit M, candidate for fovtrnor end transport more than 10,000,000
going to make an Issue of it Dr. Chorl.i T, Thrift J,., ,...14."t *f florid Souritor Cou... dcoll. tuvu Hit ,. of tli* ,rivot tons of corrosive chemicals an- A Better Used Car From On Of The Many Bargains Offered Doily In The
In this campaign." He offered .*. In Horld'i ducrionl itructur Dlckinion, I I" UktlmddlicviMd for i cmlgn tour y.>...do', nually along the main inland
to give any assistance Hit ,...... Iduc.tion hcllitloi Act with the elli.i pro wdont es tho c.mpui ,..to.do?. waterways of the United States LEDGER Classified Section.RALPH'S .
in helping to item the racial ------
situation in Jacksonville. Florida and added that the been named to the commission. .
Turning to Polk County fee for automobile license .
Dickinson said that he did not plates would be reduced. Dickinson, In turn, expressed .
like the criticism Polk was Dickinson also touched on the hope that a way wouldbe Free
receiving in the realm of air found to give private colleges -
the highway situation In the the
pollution."It representation on
is not just Polk Coun state noting that there was commission.
'Oe0
ty's problem," he said, "it ilFlorida' a need for flour laning Route He also said he would be RED & WHITE MARKET FreeBRYANT'S:
problem"Help 60 to the east coast. willing to recommend legislation
at the state level which .
Pledged Dickinson has been on a would provide financial assistance WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. '
The former West Palm whirlwind tour of the state In to enable qualified
Beach representative added what he calls the "barbecue Florida residents who are Across From Kathleen Hi
that the pollution problem circuit," offering free food to graduates of state Junior colleges -
would be solved without driving
industry from the state voters along with free music. complete their studiesat LAKELAND AD GOOD THRU. SATURDAY
Dickinson noted that he did private colleges where Quantity Rights Reserved
and It could be solved "with such a program would be
out outside help." not feel that he had any com beneficial to both the tax
Dickinson pledged himself petition In Central Florida and payer and the student I BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITEr
to Polk FlorIda
helping County
that his strongest opponent "We owe a great deal to our
and In the any federal efforts government to end was Jacksonville Mayor Hay- many private colleges who 'you: save save GOLD BOND
the air pollution problem. He don Burns. are helping bear the load of stamps
Florida
educating our boyiand
added that "there are scientific During his conference with "
girls, Dickinson said,
ways to take care of the Dr. Thrift at the college yes
"and I think the state Is missing
problem and the people of terday, Dickinson said he
the boat if we don't aid
Florida solve the wanted to "reaffirm
can problem my support
private college! in &
our BONELESS SKINLESS
." of private colleges," and legitimate every, 1
Dickinson drew a round of get Dr. Thrift's opinion of the Dr. Thrift way.said he hoped
he turned his Federal Education Facilities HORMELPICNICS
applause when
that all of the candidates for
attention to citrus and said Act and what benefits might governor would "make public '
"we don't need citrus imports, offer private colleges. their views on higher education GapDE A .WHOLE
we have enough citrus here." Recently Passed -both state and prI-
The candidate referred to "
the recent decision not to Import The act, recently passed by vate.
citrus from' Panama and Congress I. designed primarily GIVES
noted that he had sent telegrams to aid supported
to President Lyndon' schools.. NEW YORK '>-w Advanced $ 99Bologna2'
Johnson, asking that such imports Pointing out that any fed- full\/and firs-detection systems OCEAN SPRAY, 300 3 Lb.
be banned. eral funds made available to use In activating mechanismthat 25 1 Can
CRANBERRY SAUCE Can
Florida under the wouldbe .
act consists of platinum coatIng
Tax Stand Given
administered by a state on a nickel-chromium wire 1'w
Turning to taxes, Dickinson commission, Dr. Thrift told The platinum, acting as a catalyst Our ValueShortening
said that, if elected he would Dickinson he was disappointed reacts with smoke and hydrocarbons -
see that no new taxes wouldbe that no representative of In the air to set off 2 7 HERMAN'S
levied on the people of Florida's private colleges had an alarm.


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UN DOWN BENGALSBy _


JACK SLAYTON
Ledger Sports Editor
Houston Colts 45* fired B-Bi at the Detroit Tiger yesterday-Bob Bruce and Walt Bond- '
in i down the Bengali, 4-3, before 1,050 Henley Field fani. r
e lou was Detroit's third In a row and left them with an unimpressive 4-' spring mark
j Bruce, a longtime Tiger farmhand and a member of the vanity for two seasons, tormented IF yu
|former teammates with five innings of twirling for,the Colts and picked up the win when
t.Bond uncorked a J-run homer off rookie Pete Craig In the seventh.troll .
was to nave played!
Los Angeles Dodgers herey. pair of runs. With one down next three hitters couldn't move
Tomorrow the team willa rookie Rusty SUub doubled to them up.TIGER.
day off returning ton right and went to third on Walt TALK The Tigers assigned -
Saturday at Sarasota Williams' infield hit. Lary pitcher Larry Foster and
.t the White Sox with a plunked Aspromonte to load the outfielder Mickey Stanley to
team game In the morning bases but rookie Gerry Grate Tigertown for assignment. .
Tigers open a 4-game Hen fanned. However John Paclor- Manager Charley Dressers expressed
ield stand Sunday with the ek, a native of Hamtramack some concern about the
Sox followed by the Cln Mich. (Detroit), singled in the lack of Tiger hitting Several
cmlatl Redlegs, Milwaukee and two runners.In Bengals were to have taken
thi>ew York Yankee In thai the Colt seventh Nellie early morning hitting workout
Prtef. Fox, who continued to sbellack in an effort to snap their hitting >s .as.1y-
Kftere was one bright spot Tiger pitcher opened with a slumps. Dressen said pitcher
for) the Tigers yesterday single and was forced by Pet. Dick Egan "Is the best looking
Frank Lary went six Inningsand Runnels trying to sacrifice. hurler of the bunch amongour
although touched for nine Bond uncorked a long homer relief hurlers" TheHouston SACRIFICE FAILS-Th. Tl(.ri cut dew N.lll Fen M .-. .Htmprri sacrifice tttmpt N double ,itch., bob I...., who tvnrtd. Fox .p..... inning' with .,..1..
.1Jlav. up only two runs.He ever the wall to win the con Colt are being trailedby bale it.rd-y *.4 TI.., .10."" ., Disk McAyllff. -,,,,..t tossed It I..t.. SoubUpity. A ", .",...t beer Welt lnd ....IM.... i 2>nin homer t* win |."'.. Umpire h Joek I
pitched as good as at test. the scouts They have ten At ItH McAvllH Arabs threw hem s-ltchtf Poe Cral* In Mv.nlh brine. .! ion. (Lodger IIIlIChl........ ..11I1111 photos by H..h..1. )
any time last summer" Man- Detroit got a rally going In First-year men and they are pea ((2)) coffltt chirilns. Into Htond h.... McAvliH .knpi II he th..... H lint In
ages? Charley Dresaen declared the eighth. Norm Cash singledand bound to lose some of them
: "He had good control Al Kalin walked but theCitrus when cut-down comes around.I
'Lad I while he wa still not FAVORITES IN

he trying I looked to bus sharp.his fast He only one, a Freese's Homer Wins For PiratesBy I

threw II pitches and I'd say EASTER FASHION
bk vas plenty sharp." Lary
walked Associated Press Minnesota gave Gary Peters innings en route to a 7-5 victory .
fanned five and no one.
He ... yet to walk a batter Gene Freese's two-run blastin similar treatment pelting him over the Chicago White
this' spring. the sixth inning carried Pittsburgh for five runs In the first three Sox. Koufax was the National THE ARROW

Dlc.F.rrell opened for the to a.. Valuable
a victory against ,League's Most Player
Colts and the Tiger reached Surgery Slated
Baltimore.The and Peters the America
for
him a pair of run in the CARE-FREE
second. Don Demeter opened Los Angeles Angels halt' CHICAGO (AP-K. L. (Tug) 'League's Rookie of the Year I In
'1th*a walk and Dick Meuliff ed Cleveland 2-0 on Dick Simp- Wilson, president of the U.S. 1963.

rifled a single to center. son's two-run homer in the Olympic committee Is to undergo I In other games, the Chicago THREEARROW1
e runners moved up on Don Thursday March 2f. 1164 II sixth.
surgery today in Wesley Cubs whipped San Francisco
of
rt';'S sacrifice bunt and both A couple award-winning
t8 led on Bill Freehan'i double pitchers were thumped. Milwaukee Memorial Hospital. 12-4, Philadelphia whitewashedthe
to center. Jumped on Sandy Koufaxfor Doctors said his general New York Mets 10-0, Kansas ;
I olt made It M In the Track Meet three runs in the first three health was good after several City swept by St. Louis aO,3
flt\ off Bruce. After lowing innings and went on for an M days of tests and observation.He and Cincinnati handed the New us.
Lary Bruce got one triumph against the Los Angeles Is expected to be hospitalized York Yankees their fourth
lalfeo I good and the Tiger Slated'Tonight Dodgers. two weeks straight defeat 21. < FENWAY CLUBI
borli singled past third. Bill
fanned but Jerry
Braless track its best
Lakeland's Dreadnaught team enjoying
singled to right and
t Lampe scored season In over a decade will host the Citrus Invitational
,Nottt Cash's single
{Lary. Bob Aspromonte grabb track and field meet tonight at Nurmi Nelson Field. J
d AI Kallne's bid for a hit The Dreadnaughts will be competing with 11 other Fashioned of 100%
\and started a quick double schools for the crown Including defending champion Winter spln.dry'cotton that
play to end the threat. Park. Besides those two schools, others who plan to
Lary wiggled out of a bases. compete tonight are: Winter Haven Tampa King, Lake Irons Itself In the
loaded Jam in the fifth but In Wales St. Leo Kathleen Auburndale Wauchula Plant wash I Special l collar
the sixth the Colts picked up i(2r City Sarasota Rlverview and Fort Meade. A Financing Plan for Every Needs
and cuff construction
( H'' or so' The preliminaries In the 100 and 220 yard dashes and
!! sr.
s the 120-ysrd high and 180-yard low hurdles and all field gives extra long wear,
V J S J5SS5 !
It too Lump. Ik a. I events will begin at 8 p.m with the finals in the track :
|.Ir1 18 as1i ; i events starting at 7:30: p.m. There will be an admission 5.00
._ .S : .ssrzzj 1 charge. I
: #11 *" >k a o i Site of the meet wilt be the track adjacent to Lakeland !
jr-rv | ? i Senior High School. Lights were installed last fall
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120 ._ LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday. March 21, 1964

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SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND ; .il :
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:; / Jim Harper gleefully! tele.
\ ..r '.. .: brated carding a hole-ifi-one
on the 80-yard No. 17 holt at
Par-J Golf Center. "How
I about that Bill Sutton?" he
ti. l' growled. Well how about
,
that? four other aces
were registered at the Par-J
Golf Center layout. Claude
I Jenkins aced the 100-yard No. t f ar
2 hole: Bill Hunter aced the
II I lilt-yard No. 11 hole: A. F.
Austin had an ace on the 80-
I I yard No. 4 hole and 1. B.
Hopkins aced the Mi-yard No.
f\,1.! ,I 15 hole.

BROTHERS The DeSoto National Ama
teur Handicap loll tourney ia
scheduled again for three
count in the Sarasota area.
Dates are May 14-18 and it
will be a 54.hole affair with
handicap allowed up to 18.
Golfers will compete over
Longboat Key DeSoto Lakes
and Bradenton Golf Club.
FlU AWAY CHAMP-Mr*. JMitn (lobbl) Gull., *.".UIt.f Check your local pro shop for
1 the Clmkn4 Hltit .."' ..'. *." .......", hIde Hie pin while further details. SWC'S LEADING SCORER
Mr*. Martha JackiM, ...."''R. than*,',..... M... J.c..... wanth Ridge Pro-Am Association' Au.u","."', laMy .....ri"..
title TvMdty with' e '.2 victory ..., Mrt. Gull. In .... fI...... tourney today was to have
CL04... pint ky "."',,11.Martha been at Cleveland Heights
golf club. Others on the future
slate: April 2, Sebring: I Etheridge Tops
April 9, Winter Haven: April
16, Plant City; April 21, Bar-
Jackson WinsWomen's

the newlightergray tow.Three more golf tourneysremain

on the slate for the SWC Cage StarsBARTOWBooty
look"BOTANY" Polk County Women's Golf
Club TourneyDefending Association. April 2 the women
will be at Lake Region
500' golf club; April 18 at WilliamL. Etheridge 01;f r were Fred Comparato of Haines
Jr : Hutcheion golf club (a Aubumdale was the only unapt. City; Lee Debault of Lake
Champion Mrs. Bea Grako won by default business meeting) and the mous election of the Southwesi t: Wales; John Beattie of Hardee;
Martha Jackson continued from Mrs. Pat Edward finale will be April 30 at Bar. Florida Conference all-star baa. Larry Walker of Bartow; and
tow golf club.Baylor. ketball team announced 1 eat: Jerry McCarty of Auburndaleand
her dominance of the Lake They are to play this week
night at a meeting of the SWC: John Manton of Lake
Fit end flatter yourself In the neat. land women' golf circle for the crown. basketball coaches at the Bar. Wales tied for the 10th spot
ness and dignity of this new "Botany" with a key 1-2 victory Tuesday Mrs. Nell Kibler -!la the tow Senior High School. All the coaches voted and no
over Mrs. Joanne Gulla Second She Keeps 63 senIor forward coach allowed
k'' Flight champion. Etheridge a was to vote on
500. 55% Dacron for the Cleveland
polyester HeightsWomen'
defeated Mrs. Eleanor Bow. and SWC leading scorer,,, any of his own player.
and 45ct wool, In o new lighter championship.Mrs. Golf Associationclub man In the final after earlier Lakers In was dream named five. the captain of the

tone gray, with a subdued shadow Gulla was the medal. eliminating Mable Henley, I Other listed on the first five

stripe Definitely the smarter look! ist. up on 19. Mrs. Bowman were Louis Wltcher. HalnelCity
Miss Amanda Davis won trimmed Mr. Olive Smith In NBA
; Tommy Howell, Bartow
Playoffs ;:
$65. the consolation championship the other semifinal match.
Mike Rollyson, Plant City; 'a nil
crown with a victoryover Mrs. Marge McClurg advanced I
Gerald
Plant
Mrs. Bees Kay. Mrs. to the Second Flight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Danley City.
Kay defeated Mr. Rita Consolation finals with a 2-1 The LM Angeles Lakers still Etheridge Rollyson, Witch-
Mdas' Men' Clothing er, Danley and Howell In that
Huntslnger and Mill Daviaeliminated win over Mrs. Millie De- are alive In the Western Division -
Mr. Kate Knight Frleit. Mr. Maggie James semifinal playoffs In the order were the top five Individual a
I In the aemlfmals.[ and Mrs. Frances Marler are National Basketball Association.! scorer In the SWC.
Mrs. Ruby Parker trimmed paired In the other semifinal Etheridge finished with S2S
from 20
Mrs. Marion Duey. 1 up, and match with the winner meet Elgin Baylor' hot point for a MJ average; Roily
feet out with Just one second on
Mr. Shirley Sargeant down ing Mrs. McClurg for the had 112 point for a 23.2
the clock the Laker a
gave average; Wltcher netted Cst
ed Mr. Polly Repasky. 3.2.
title.Miss 07-101 victory over the St. louis -
In semifinal matches of the Camille Sims won point for a 20.4 average Dan- L LOUIS WITCHIR
First Flight. They will meet the Third Flight with a vic Hawks Wednesday night and ley tossed la 447 points for a r H.I,," CityTOMMY
fourth In Los Angeles
later this week for the title. tory over Mrs. Lib McHan. forced a game 20.3 average; and Howell totaled
p : In First Flight Consolation Mrs. McHan downed Mrs. Saturday In the best-of-5 S7J points for a If.1 av
-i erie The Hawks had won the
semifinal matches Miss Myr Laura Jones, .... while Miss erage.
first two games at St. Louis Howell I the only member ol
tle Mitchell downed Mr.. Sims eliminated Mn. Goldie
Hazla ast weekend. the first five under six feet. He
Cottlngham[ and Miss Hoffman In semifinal
y I .. matches. The Cincinnati Royals, backon I.! J-foot-11. Rollyson stands M
Winner of the Third night their home court, whipped foot-3 Danley 1 II 6-foot-2 and
MORTGAGE PNA LOANS VA Consolation was Mrs. (;lyn the Philadelphia 78m hi the Witcher Is i-foot-4.
Bolton with a 8-3 victoryover other playoff lame Wednesday Witcher and Howell are both r
Plant MORTGAGE CORP. and took a 2-1 lead In the Eastern
Mrs. Nun Stout. Juniors and the other three are
Or FLORIDA
Division semifinal. The ae
,
I -sutvici it ovri "iMUf All unplayed matches are senior
M.n.NMS1..1aif da L:.:i.... due to be completed by the fourth game Is scheduled Saturday Etheridge Rollyson and Dan-

end of this week._ at Philadelphia. Icy are all repeaters from last
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The home court advantage Etheridge I II the brother of
ft which hat stood up In all six Frank Etheridge former Au- HOWELL

J playoff games 10 far nearly burndale High cage ace. ...rtewGIRAlD
ailed the Laker as the Hawks Selected on the second unit

overcame a 16.point deficit and
tied the score at 105.105 in the
}
last minute on a Mike Farmer
i teal and basket.
l
; I Ii The Laker lost possession on 4
,
i t the pass-In but Charlie Vaughn'*
1 hot was blocked and the Laker
JS 1 1 got the ball again with 11 Seconds -
left. After a time out Bay.
::1 { for got the ball and waited unto f
j the last second before getting
off hit winning shot Baylor finished -
i 11 rI with 23 point, compared
to 39 for Jerry West who

ii Hil ;i41Jl Jit MS sparked lead.the takers to an early MIKE K.OUY50N DANLEY

ClasS I I .
Bob Pettit with 23. and Ze City Mart City__
s mo Beaty .with 22, topped the

a 7 Hawks.An Negro Grid d er Seeks '
t 11-point burst that helped
build a 21-point lead In the second -
quarter sparked the Royals Kentucky Back Spot
over the 76en.
Oscar Robertson with !28 LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) -I Other coaches In the SEC

points led the Royals. Chet Steve Matthew. 5-foot-ll, 200. which has been segregated since

1 Walker topped Philadelphia 21. pound Negro fullback from Detroit its founding 30 year ago expressed
Veteran Johnny Kerr of the
76efl suffered a cut over the I i. making, a bid to become little surprise at Mat

t / right eye that required three the first of his race to thew. effort.Kentucky's.
itches.[ He remained In the compete In athletics at Kentucky athletic board
I game however and scored 1 19points. and in the Southeastern aid last year It was openingthe
Conference.
\ .
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The who athletics program to anyone
youth, transferredto
: :./ :... Special Highest score ever turned 1 Inby Kentucky last semester. regardless of race. The
, ..; / I a Lehigh wrestling team wa Failed in attempt to make the university has not yet recruit.ed .
.
I '" i'I I perfect 48-0 score against freshman and varsity squads at l any Negro athlete
: :
l'. t t'I' 2.DA Brooklyn College In 1947. the University of DetroIt.
I, .." < ''I ,, :'. "He's a student and meet all
... ,', 'I. The
Giants of 1933 won (1
the
requirement to
\ ( ( WRESTLINGWINTER come out
'/ f SALE : for the team" said Charlie games and took he National
/ ; HAVEN Bradshaw. head coach of Kentucky League nag but the New York
: ". 1 1boys' I who greeted 6t other club two year later won the

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Probe Shows Sonny Liston Murphy Wins Favored ]

( Top HonorsIn West Over East I



Still Tied To UnderworldBy Golf MeetBob In College Cage Contest 1'



I Murphy Sr. of Nichols LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-The only three of its 10 players
JOHN KOENIG JR. wanted to sign over valuable Nilon also told the committeethat
.I Joe fired I one.under- 53 to take presence of All America Dave standing under 8-8. The Eat
Associated Press Writer stock to Sam Mar olls, a Phila.delphil Pep Barone, an under- par
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen vending machine operator world figure who once managed medal honor In the PhosphateGolf Stallworth, rugged Jim Barnes has John only Thompson two men, 8.10 over, of 85 Providence -.
and close friend of Liston Liston, was sent for the and towering Mel Counts has
ate Investigators continue today i by fighter League tourney at Par-3 and Fred Hetzel, 68, of
for before his bout with Clay. Installed the West as a slight
their probe of professional boxing years. Golf Center on Tuesday night. Davidson.The .
spurred by report of underworld Margolis according to prevl I Davidson wound up Wednes. David Crawford with a plus favorite in Saturdays East afternoon contest will be
1m figure still hanging OUt testimony, once owned an day' session before the committee nine won point honors West College All-Star basketball played under Olympic rules

around dethroned world heavy- apartment house jointly with by outlining the contract under Crawford and Joe Mislaszek game I This mean the free throw I lade)
weight champion Sonny LJston, racketeer Frank (Blinky) Paler which Clay operates with the teamed for plus II to tie the Slats Gill of Oregon Slate, who will be wider, a player l mi t
Scheduled to appear before mo. ;Louisville group backing him. team of Jack Purcell and J. D. will coach the West, probably'shoot the ball within 30 secondsand
the Senate antitrust subcommittee Nilon said he thought Margolis Davidson said that a* a resultof MacCraney for two.man honors will build his offense for the during the last five minutesof
: were Gordon B. Davidson, was entitled to the stock for the revelations of hearings All.Star game around this trio.I the game, all fouls result Jn
." attorney for the Louisville Ky.. setting up a deal for promoting. held by the Senate subcommittee Two teams tied for 4-man Stallworth, a 6.foot-7 forward two shots.The .
citizens group that sponsors Cas Liston fights He said that under in 1960, which disclosed that honors with plus 14. The Davl from Wichita has shown the contest, sponsored by me
{, slue Clay, and Bob Nilon, brother the arrangement between Listens contract at that time son Chemical No. 2 quartet of form that won him Most Valuable National Association of Basketball
of Jack NUon, Liston bust Margolis and Liston the fighterwas was controlled by underworld Purcell MacCraney Judge Player honors In the Missouri Coaches, la played for the
nest adviser to receive a half Interest In figures, the Louisville group was' Holmes and Pat Murphy and Valley Conference the benefit of the Nalsmlth Basket

,..'.,,,,\<''':'',.t J. <, ;. Jack Nilon told the hearing their joint firm. However, Liston determined to get Clay a Lakeland Power quartet of Mel past two seasons. ball Hall of Fame at Springfield,
Wednesday that he asked no apparently .Igned over more home town boy who had just Brown, John Cottingham, H. L. Barnes, 8.8 pivotman from Mass
questions when Liston said he than half of'hi* shares to Mar won an Olympic boxing championship Rushing and John King. Texas Western, and Counts, a
golis without any compensation. off to a good start Willard Norman was closestto footer from State also
Oregon
THIS ONE DID IT Wilt lanj c...... .*.... ,I.,. In .... Nilon said Liston told him that the pin.Team In FSU Netters Lose,
as a professional. have looked Impressive
practice
."th h..lii| .h.i ..."i., home that rf.fntoj ph. Dctllit TI...., Kathleen Slate was the way he wanted It. victories were chalkedup Both guard the basket likea TALLAHASSEE CAP) F1*.
43. H........ ...", ,,,.t. Rusty Stub ...... the former CI..d l Final by Alert Refractory, Lake- mother hen protecting her,ida State University tennis
India, ..tli.I...,. Tw.run hems tnui 3.2 D* ril I..** .t League May Form Boys' Loop Lists land Power, H. F. Mason Equip- chicks team faced Notre Dame today
the tim. (IL...*.. ,h... by H..h..I.Huebner). KATHLEEN The final Final ment, Barney's Pumps and while still smarting from an $-1
tryouts for boys, ages 1-12, PLANT CITY-The formationof WorkoutsFinal Davison Chemical No 2. Nash Heads East defeat at the hand of Northwestern
for the Kathleen Area Boys' a semi.pro baseball league registration and tryouts A field of 65 competed. The East will counter with .
Lee Baseball League, are scheduled will be discussed at a meeting are scheduled from 2-4 pm some fine talent headed by two An expected duel between
for 2 p.m. Saturday at Tuesday night In Plant City Saturday at the John Cox Field The Los Angeles Dodgers won Americas, Cotton Nash of FSU Lex Wood and North
the Kathleen Elementary The site of the meeting will diamond No. 4 for boys, ages,the 1959 National League pen Kentucky and Bill Bradley of western' Marty Reissen didn't
School Little League diamond. be determined at a later date. 10-11, for the Lakeland Boy*,nant In one of the hardest Princeton, and Jeff Mullins of come off a* they were paired
Boys attending the tryouts Teams Indicating interest In Baseball League. Fought battles In history. They Duke. against other opponents Eachof
are required to bring their joining the loop are from Bar Any boy who has not registered -I beat Milwaukee In a playoffto The West will carry a big the stars won his match and
Pace FSC WinBy birth certificate and $2 .Insurance tow Plant City, Gibsonton, Ruskin I II urged to attend this finish with an 88-60 won.lost height advantage into the nationally Wood' victory was the only

fee. Auburndale_and_ Dade City session i I record. televised_ _contest,_with: point__ _tallied- _n for__FSU.n __
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JACK FLOWERS his six free passes for the tilt.
Ledger Assistant Sports Editor He fanned 13 Lord Jeffs.
Back.to-back Inside the.park Caley started for Amherst but
sixth Inning home runs by Ken was replaced by David Green-
Huebner and Bob Lee and a blatt in the eighth Inning. Caley I
four-hit pitching gem by Hue allowed three of Southern's four NO MONEY
ner powered the Florida South hit, walked four and itruckout ,fl
ern College Mac to a 5-1 baseball seven Greenblatt fanned one
victory over Amherst Col- and walked none.
lege of Amherst, Mass, last Uo player for either team had DOWN
night at Henley Field. more than one hit. _
It wa' the fourth straight victory There will be no admission
for Coach Hal Smetuly charge for tonight contest be-
Mocs who dropped their first tween Florida Southern and Amherst -
three engagements of the season at Henley Field.
The Lord Jeffs of I."'NUIT .ea eea-t 4 s
visiting .. .. .._
nc .. ......eoe,... .n .._4 eC.0 .
Coach Paul Eckley are winless la end
Nw.ss, .., ,...... : Vrestone
after five outings Previously
Amherst bad lost to Navy, Rol-
line twice and tied Navy.
The two clubs will meet HeavyweightElimination
again at 7:30 p.m. today at
Henley Field Coach Smeltzly
indicated Winter Haven right rsaos
hander Cecil Hock (11) would
_
hurl for FSC while Coach : i.j
Eckley has nominated right Bouts Set Up ::

hander Ernie tanning (0-1) to
start for Amherst. NEW YORK (AP-The New
Southern southpaw Huebnerof York State Athletic Cornmis
Garfield N.J., and Amherst .;ion'* plan to set up an elimination .
starter Dick Caley, a right tournament for heavy-
bander, locked up in a pitcher'sduel weight challengers already has J
for the first four frames stirred up some action to pit PHim -. ';:*>' >':.>*-3ft1"" } ::' jV--,''' ; : >
last night before the Mocs broke top contenders against each Nnw anri
the scoring Ice in the bottom of other. The commission wants to piM:4: : :
the fifth. line up an opponent for heavyweight ;
The More went ahead I-t champion Cassiu. Clay. Ft
when Fred Mayer of Lake Even before Gen. Melvin Krulewltch \
Worth walked, stole second, chairman of the com-
moved to third on an error and mission, could formalize his

scored on a miscue. scheme at a meeting today, a
FSC added three more runs bid was made by Madison
In the sixth when Buster Hardyof Square Garden for a fight between heavy Spring
Bradenton walked and raced former heavyweight The '
Travel
home on Huebner inside-the- champion Floyd Patterson and Summer
park four.bagger, a long drive Cleveland Williams. I &
up against the center field wall Harry Markson director of is here.
Lee of Atlanta Ga.; followed boxing for the Garden, wired I Season
with another inside the park Patterson an offer of 35 per, now
round-tripper, almost in the cent of the gate and television' Get set \
same spot as Huebner'. and the receipts to meet Williams, a
SAFE
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Mocs were out front. 40. hard hitter from Houston theweek with ,
The other Florida Southern of June 22 I, \
tally came In the eighth when Patterson couldn't be reachedfor r DEPENDABLE

Hardy led off with an Infield his reaction, but in the pastj ;; .I TIRES. *
hit and took second on a throw- he has ducked the betters witha [FIRESTONE mz
Ing error. He came home when few exception I I
the Amherst first baseman Markson laid Williams' nan- Personally''
dropped a pop up which would ager, Hugh Benbow, alreadyhas VII
have been the third out. accepted the match. Will }
GUARANTEE
Huebner lost his shutout Hams, ranked sixth one notch TYPES
bid In the ninth Inning when higher than Patterson, would i terrificBARGAIN and
Lanning got an Infield hit and get a smaller percentage. you a SIZES
two men walked to load the I AU I I
I There also a strong possibility on .
bases, tanning scored on a
I that Patterson will take on II
force play at second base. Eddie Machen the former top I Firestone WhlteWalls ,I IBARLOW
hurled sixth
Huebner Inningsof contender now engaged in a the a
near perfect ball but startedto comeback, in Goteborg, Sweden I B\ackWanS. .
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were registered at the Par-3 i
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course in the Sarasota area
I Dates are May 14-16 and it I I
will be a Whole affair with
handicaps allowed up to IS
Golfers will compete over
Longboat Key, DeSoto Lakes
i and Bradenton Golf Club.
FIRE AWAY CHAMP-Mr*. Jo.ni. (Bobbl") Cull. ", .**.Ii..f Check your local pro shop for
the Clvralcnd' ".Ih,* ". ..'. f,.U ,.....,, *.,ldi, lie eJ JR while further details LEADING) SCOUR

Mr. M."...* Jicttm, V..dln' | chimp. ,'putt Mrs 1..._ ..... I Ridge Pro-Am Association Aebsr.d.Ie''i lotjr Elhedds.
the MM* T...*** with I.2 victory over Mr*. Gull hi .ti* ( ..'.. tourney today was to have
golf club. Others on the future
slate: April 2. Scoring: Etheridge Tops
April *. Winter Haven: April
18. Plant City: April 23, Bar '
Martha Jackson WinsWomen's tow

the newlightergray Three more golf tourneys

remain on the slate for the I' SWC: Cage Stars
look"BOTANY" Polk County Women Golf

i Club TourneyDefending Association. April 2 the women
will be at Lake Region '
500'Fit golf club, April 18 at WilliamL. BARTOW-Booty Etheridge of were Fred Comparato of Haines
Hutcheson golf club (a Auburndale was the only unanimous City lee Debault of Lake
Champion Mrs. Bea Grako won by default business meeting) and the' selection of the Southwest Wales, John Beattle of Hardee
Martha Jackson continuedher from Mrs Pat Edward finale will be April 30 at Ban Florida Conference all-star basketball Larry Walker of Bartow, and
team announced last Jerry McCarty of Auburndaleand
tow golf club.Baylor.
dominance of the Lake They are to play this week
night at a meeting of the SWC John Marston of Lake
and flatter yourself In the neat land women's golf circles for the crown. basketball coaches at the Bar- Wales tied for the 10th spot

ness and dignity of this new Botany" with a key 3-2 victory Tuesday Mrs Nell Kibler -Is the tow Senior High School. All the coaches voted and no
ka over Mrs. Joanne Gulls Second Flight champion.' She Keeps Etherldge. I 1-3 senior forward coach was allowed to vote on
500. 55% Dacron({ for the Cleveland
polyester HeightsWomen'i defeated Mrs. Eleanor Bowman and SWC leading scorer any of his own players

and 45% wool, In a new lighter club championshIp.Mrs. Golf Association. in the finals after earlier Lakers In was dream named five. the captain of the

tone gray, with a subdued shadow Gulla was the medal. eliminating Mable Henley, 1 I Others listed on the first five

Definitely the smarter look! 1st up on 19. Mrs. Bowman were Louis Witcher, Haines
stripe
r Miss Amanda Davis won trimmed Mrs. Olive Smith In NBA
Playoffs City; Tommy Howell. Bartow,
$65, the consolation championship the other semifinal match 'II '
Mike Rollyson. Plant City, andGerald
crown with a victoryover Mrs Marge McClurg advanced I I
Danley, Plant CIty.
Mrs. Bess Kay. Mrs. to the Second Flight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Etheridge, Rollyson, WItch-
Kay defeated Mrs. Rita I Consolation finals with I 2-1 The Los Angeles Lakers still
Molal' Men's
Clothing er, Danley and Howell, In that
Huntslnger and Miss Davis win over Mrs. Millie De- are alive In the Western Division '
order, were the five mdlVldual
eliminated Mrs Kate KnightIn Frlest Mrs Maggie James semifinal playoffs in the top >
In the SWC.
scorers
I the semifinals and Mrs. Frances Marler are National Basketball A'lodatlon.1Eliin
finished
Etheridge with S2S
Mrs. Ruby Parker trimmed paired in the other semifinal hot from 20
Baylors ,
for 2IJ Rol-
Mrs Marlon Duey, I up, and match with the winner meet- second points a average;
feet out with Just one on
had 812
for 23.2
Mrs. Shirley Sargeant downed Ing Mrs. McClurg for the lyson points a
the clock the Lakers a
gave Witcher Betted
average; 450
Mrs. 2
title.
Polly Repasky 3- .
107-10) victory over the St Lou points for M.4 average! Dan- LOUIS
In semifinal matches of the Miss Camille Sims won end' 'I I WITCHEII
First flight. They will meet the Third Flight with a vic is Hawks Wednesday night icy tossed la 447 points for a H.IR" CItpTOMMY
forced fourth In Los Angeles -
a game 20J ; and Howell totaled
later this week for the title tory over Mrs. Lib McHan. average
In First Flight Consolation Mrs. McHan downed Mrs. Saturday in the best-of-5 S72 points for a If.I average
cries The Hawks had won the
semifinal matches Miss Myrtle Laura Jones, 8-4. while Miss .
Mitchell downed Mrs. Sims eliminated Mrs Goldie first two games at St. Louis Howell is the only member of
Hszle semifinal ,last weekend. the first five under six feet He
Cottingham and Miss Hoffman In
y ) ... matches I The Cincinnati Royals, back I. 5-foot.11. Rollyson stands .. esfA Y

.HA Winner of the Third Flight on their home court, whippedthe foot-3 Danley Is (-foot-] and
VA : Philadelphia ?tent hi the .
Witcher Is 0foots.Witcher
MORTSAOI LOANS Consolation was Mrs. Glyn
I Bolton with a S-3 victory other playoff game Wednesday and Howell are both
HUT. MORTGAGI CORP. and took 2-11e.4In the Eastern .
a
over Mrs Nun Stout Juniors and the other three are
or PLORIDAwte
Division semifinals.. The
I s." All unplaysd matches are seniors.
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Pa.,: MIll f.': 1'..:::.... due to be completed by the fourth game scheduled Saturday Etheridge, Rollyson and Dan
end of this week. at Philadelphia ley are all repeaters from last
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The home court advantage Etheridge is the brother of

which has stood up In all six Frank Etheridge former Au- HOWELL

playoff! games so far, nearly burndale High cage ace. j lrtw
ailed the Lakers ss the Hawks Selected on the second unitMill

overcame a 16-point deficit and ...,
w w..rKhr.
tied the score at 105-105 In the l
last minute on a Mike Farmer
fb
steal and basket ,
The Lakers lost possession on, 't
the pass-In but Charlie Vaughn'sshot ,r 84t

was blocked and the Laken
lot: the ball again with 11 sea'
nds left After a time out Bay
for got the ball and waited until -
the last second before gettingoff :
I Ir Ms winning shot Baylor finished !
rat with 23 points, comparedto
39 for Jerry West who'

sparked the Lake,. to an early!
ROLLYSON GIRAlD DAN LIT
Ui 31-15 lead. I Past City I' Hurt City
Bob Petut. with 23, and Zel -------
mo Beaty, with 22, topped the I
lawks. Negro Griddcr Seeks
An 11-point burst that helpedbuild I
i :; 1 a 21-point lead In the
f 1 $1 ond quarter sparked the .ee-I Kentucky- Back Soot

over the 7fen
.Jt Oscar Robertson, with 28 LEXINGTON. Ky. (AP) Other coaches In the SEC

points led the Royals Chet Steve Matthews, 5-foot-I1, 300-I which has been segregated since

i Walker topped Philadelphia 21 pound Negro fullback from Detroit its founding 30 years ago, expressed
Veteran Johnny Kerr of the
Is making. a bid to become little surprise at Mat
tors( suffered a cut over the,
t right eye that required three the first of his race to thews' effort.Kentucky's.
t ditches He remained In the!compete in athletics at Kentucky athletics board

game, however, and scored 19 and in the Southeastern said last year It was opening
oints. Conference I
the athletics program to any
The who
youth transferred
: : d ,'e, tI special score eve turned in to Kentucky last semester!one regardless of race The

; ..;/" I :.,\ Y I by a Lehigh wrestling team wasa failed in attempts to make the university has not yet recruited
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r perfect 484 score against freshman and varsity squads at any Negro athletes
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_ j' I HAVEN Bradshaw, head coach of Kentucky League nag but the New York
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,> : '; '- > ;' j' f If Murphy Wins I -- -
v. t't ,, Probe Shows Liston
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t ti. -\.f\" '."'' t:,J:..;\Nr I' Still Tied To UnderworldBy Golf MeetBob In College Cage Contest ;

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; I ., -, Nilon also Murphy Sr. of Nichols LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP-The only three of Its 10 players
JOHN KOENIG JR. wanted to sign over valuable told the committee
.
.... 1 (lJJ. Associated Press Writer stock to Sam Margolis, a Philadelphia that Joe Pep Barone, an under-' fired a one-underpar 53 to take presence of All America Dave standing under 6-6. The 65 East
has two
only men over -
; Votr1 world medal honors in the Stallworth, rugged Jim Barnes
I '. WASHINGTON (AP) Senate vending machine opera figure who once managed Phosphate John Thompson, 6-10, of Providence
:, ", Investigators continue today tor and close friend of Liston Liston, was sent for by the fighter Golf League tourney at Part: and towering Mel Counts has and Fred Hetzel, 6-1, ol
t 1r their probe of professional boxing for years. before his bout with Clay.I I Golf Center on Tuesday night. installed the Went is a slight Davidson.The .
< spurred by reports of underworld Margolis, according to previous Davidson wound up Wednes David Crawford with a plus favorite In Saturday'i East afternoon contest will be
18 still testimony, once owned anapartment day's session before the committee West College All-Star basketball
figures hanging -
; nine won point honors. played under Olympic rules
.. around dethroned world heavyweight house jointly with by outlining the contract un- Crawford and Joe Mislaszek game.Slats This means the free throw 'Me
.... 1 champion Sonny Liston racketeer Frank (Blinky) Palermo. der which Clay operates with the teamed for plus 11 to tie the Gill of Oregon State who will be wider, a player I roust
Scheduled to appear before Louisville group backing him. team of Jack Purcell and J D will coach the West probablywill shoot the ball within 1 30 seconds
'c the Senate antitrust subcommlt Nilon said he thought Margo Davidson said for hon build his offense for the
I' that as a result MacCraney two-man and during the last five minutesof
t '. tea were Gordon B. Davidson,, Its was entitled to the stock for of the, revelations of hearings All Star game around this trio. the game, all fouls result In
r" ,. \ attorney for the Louisville, Ky.. setting up a deal for promoting held by the Senate subcommittee -'orsTwo teams tied for 4.man Stallworth, a 6.foot.7 forward two shots.
;1r l .' r citizens group that sponsors Caus .. Llston's fights He said that un- in 1960 which disclosed that honors with plus 14. The Davl- From Wichita, has shown the The contest, sponsored by''the
Clay and Bob Nilon, brother der the arrangement between Llston's contract at that time son Chemical No. 2 quartet of form that won him Most Valuable National Association of Basketball -
> \:; : i, 1 j' ',1\\ of Jack Nibs, Llston's business Margolis and Liston the fighter was controlled by underworld Purcell, MacCraney, Judge Player honors In the Missouri Coaches, Is played for the
; : adviser was to receive a half interest in figures the Louisville group was Holmes and Pat Murphy and Valley Conference the benefit of the Naismith Basketball
Jack Nilon told the hearing their joint firm. However, Liston determined Lakeland Power quartet of Mel past two seasonsBarnes .
to ,
'' >/ t '\ t" ; .' "j. }\ < ,1 get Clay a Hall of Fame at Springfield
"" ; Wednesday that he asked no apparently signed over more home town boy who had just Brown, John Cottmgham, H. L. (-8 pivotman from Mass -
questions when Liston said he than half of"his shares to Mar- won an Olympic boxing championship Rushing and John King Texas Western, and Count, a
golis without any compensation -,off to a good starts Willard Norman was closestto 7-footer from Oregon State also
THIS ONI DID IT Wilt loud cross ..."' .!I.t. In MV- Nilon said Liston told him that the pin.Team In FSU Netters Lose:
a professional. looked
have Impressive practice -
aRt!! Inning altar swathe, ..."' ., that "Vwt**' aka D.trlt TI.1. |..., Kathleen Slates was the way he wanted it. victories were chalkedup Both guard the basket like TALLAHASSEE (AP) FIdJ'-
.- Houito tmrnrn.*. Rutty Stowb. |ratt Ik* ......, Clmhnc'. Final Tryouts by Alert Refractory, Lake a mother hen protecting her Ida State University's tennis
India *utf .U.r. Twc-ru .._., .MM.** 1-2 Dtri had .t League May Form Boys' Loop Lists land Power H. F. Mason Equip- chicks. team faced Notre Dame today
Hi* ti", .. (I........, ,hot 'ky HugKti). I KATHLEEN Tie final ment, Barney's Pumps and while still smarting from an &.1
tryouts for boys, ages 1-12, PLANT CITY-The formationof Final Workouts Davison Chemical No 2. Nash Heads East defeat at the hands of Northwestern
for the Kathleen Area Boys' a semi.pro baseball league Final registration and tryoutsare A field of 6! competed. The East will counter with .
Huebner Lee I astball League, are scheduled will be discussed at a meeting scheduled from 2-4 pm some fine talent headed by two An expected duel between
for 2 p.m. Saturday at Tuesday night In Plant City Saturday at the John Cox Field The Los Angeles Dodgers won All-Americas, Cotton Nash of FSU'i Lex Wood and North-
the Kathleen Elementary The site of the meeting ,will diamond No. 4 for boys, ages the 1959 National League pen Kentucky and Bill Bradley of western's Marty Reuses didn't
School Little League diamond. be determined at a later date. 10-12 for the Lakeland Boy's nant In one of the hardest Princeton, and Jeff Mullins of come off as they were paired
Boys attending the tryouts I Teams indicating Interest In Baseball League fought battles in history They' Duke. against other opponents Eachof
are required to bring their joining the loop are from Bar- Any boy who has not registered beat Milwaukee In a playoff The West will carry a big the stars won his match and
Pace FSC WinBy i birth certificate and (2 In- tow, Plant City Gibsonton, Ruskm Is urged to attend this to finish with an 88-(0 won.lost I'height advantage Into the nationally Wood's victory was the only.

I-urance----fee.-- Auburndale and Dade City session. record. televised contest_with point!! tallied\ _for_FSU.
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JACK FLOWERS 'his six free passes for the tilt.
Ledger Assistant Sports Editor He fanned 13 Lord J erf.,
Back-to-back inside the.park Caley started for Amherst but
sixth Inning home runs by Ken was replaced by David Green-
Huebner and Bob Lee and a blatt in the eighth Inning. Caley
four-hit pitching gem by Hueb- allowed three of Southern's four NO MONEY
aer powered the Florida South bits, walked four and struckout
ern College Mocs to a 5-1 baseball seven. Greenblatt fanned one
victory over Amherst College and walked none.
of Amherst Mass, last Uo player for either team had DOWN
night at Henley Field.It more than one hit. .
was the fourth straight victory There ,will be no admission
for Coach Hal Smeltzly's charge for tonight's contest between -
Mocs who dropped their first Florida Southern and Amherst
three engagements of the sea- at Henley FieldMHIMT I
son. The visiting Lord Jeffs of __ .. .. M* M* .Ml_| 4 S
Coach Paul Eckley are winless HO c...., ......00..*.. 111 M ..1.4.* tHu _., restone
._ an. h'..". I
after five outings. Previously
Amherst had lost to Navy, Rol-
lins twice and tied Navy.
The two clubs will meet HeavyweightElimination _
again at 7:30 p.m. today at _
Henley field. Coach Smellzly
Indicated Winter Haven right
bander Cecil Hock (1-1) would
hurl for FSC while Coach
Eckley has nominated right Bouts Set Up
hander Ernie Lanning (1-1) to
start for Amherst. NEW YORK (AP-The New
Southern southpaw HuebnerOf York State Athletic Commis'

Garfield N.J., and Amherst sion's plan to set up an elimination -! ,
starter Dick Caley, a right tournament for heavyweight ,
hander, locked up in a pitcher's challengers already hasstirred '
duel for the first four frames up some action to pit
last night before the Mocs broke top contenders against each 1 o
the scoring Ice in the bottom of other. The commission wants to
the flftb.The line up an opponent for heavyweight
More went ahead 1-0 champion Cassius Clay :
when Fred Mayer of Lake Even before Gen. Melvin Km- ,

Worth walked stole second lewitch, chairman of the com- '
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FSC added three more runs bid was made by Madison
In the sixth when Buster Hardyof Square Garden for a fight between heavy Spring \ \\ \
The
Bradenton walked and raced former heavyweight,
home on Huebner's inside-the- champion Floyd Patterson and' Summer Travel
park four-bagger, a long drive Cleveland Williams I' &
up against the center field wall Harry Markson, director of is here.
Lee of Atlanta, Ga.. followed boxing for the Garden, wired I Season
with another Inside-the-park Patterson an offer of 35 per, ,
round-tripper, almost In the cent of the gate and television' ;. aaF Get set now ay'

same spot as Huebner's, and the receipts to meet Williams, a SAFE
Mocs were out front, .-. hard bitter from Houston, the x i with I
The other Florida Southern week of June 22. I
tally came In the eighth when Patterson couldn't be reachedfor y' pEPENDARES.e \H (v v \ "
Hardy led off with an Infield his reaction, but in the past: ; {
hit and took second on a ,throw- he has ducked the belters witha FIRESTONE
ing error. He came home when few exceptions. I INCLUDES
the Amherst first baseman Markson said Williams' man Personally %
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dropped a pop up which would ager, Hugh Benbow, already' I'll {
have been the third out. has accepted the match. Williams \ T
Huebner lost his shutoutbid ranked sixth one notch ,
In the ninth Inning when higher than Patterson, would I terrific
Lansing got an Infield hit and smaller you a
get a percentage. INCLUDESKi2ES
two men walked to load the There's also a strong possibility -I *
bases. Lamming scored enforce a that Patterson will take on 'x BARGAIN .
play at second base. Eddie Machen, the former top I l
Huebner hurled sixth innings contender now engaged In a the Firestone \I II
of near perfect ball but startedto comeback, in Goteborg, Sweden I I Blackwalls.
weaken in the last three this June.In I F. BARLOW tires of your il\\
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frames when he Issued five of addition to Machen, ranked JOHN 9 Comein \ II 1ubeless".Tube-Type. s

fourth by the World Boxing Association choice.

Grapefruit League and fifth by Ring, Pat- StoreMess.. A", TODAY! 1J I '
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2. Mew V", (A) I them t.okeland
LM AWM IN Sril.MMMtm New York to participate In
pttMturan S.la..It'Mar...tarn.. 4 IN) .. four man tournament. Jones'

e....,.....M. Cit'IK?) "10 N.It. sane.......I,,"* 4- ranked first by the WBA and
bLr'AWM. ca.Choc. I.*. .tal .. *. second by Ring, lost a ,disputed
GAMES TODAYNV 10-round decision to Clay at them /' s

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Odes. Other J.rry (... Ricky Will., Twniny Hu....., Jimmy l.tlxk, Priced as shown a! Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Firestone Dealers and at all service stations displaying the Firestone sign."M" .

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WINTER HAVEN (Special!

!Cowboy Bob Ellis, lanky Texan FSC Netlers' ,

and Hiro Matsuda of Japan will

I battle for the Southern heavyweight I

wrestling title at the Larry Hale of Lakeland, the

f I Winter Haven Armory on Sat-, lorlda Southern College tennis
urday night ace suffered hit first tingles!
Ellis and Matsuda have signed '' lost of the season after fivestraight I!
t for a two out of three falls victories yesterdayafternoon
match time limit one hour
at the FSC courts as {
rea with no disqualification. | 1 ,cI
match will clear up the Georgia Tech shutout the Mocs.i
puted picture over the 90. I %

wrestling title.Promoter Walter Johnson of the visiting|

Cowboy Yellow Jacket measured Hale, 4
will have three other events 63. 63
the card which will start
I The defeat mapped a two-!
1:30.: Duke Keomuka will
Tito Carreon and Jerry fill'e fill'S game winning streak by the
!t Moct who had lost their first
with Timmy Geohagen three matchet.
meet Tom Bradley with I. S. : Remits of yesterday'i matches .
Perec The fourth match ... sting were:
be announced at rlngtime.
110 AND LITTLE ONIS-Thli itrlni' .f fish .uht kr lay In tko Tech"NOUe-W.11oP. Jihniwi. ., Owrali._, .
MMM tarry ". COQ >
White t4 lad. Reese included a ctuple of big sass sad Mint little WtsaussAY'g." claw. Ho wet 1.71......lain- '...eh.,, ,.. 0....'.. .ToeJI. ,. d...
0 mi no 1 1
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TOKYOl.uto. .of.
'nth They were Nshise out of Sfiftk, Uvo l.ir Has AMI 110 ., How
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eN eN Dav n, Ftc LONG LINE Mss Mock held. lent line
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.w Rr Cr.nluhiw., r.o..a. iDOUHLIS pits fishing out of SHuVy'i Hit lilt Hess

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LADIES VALES First place FRED,W.JONESFishingHunting

CHILDREN'S Famous Name ttrand will be at ttake when the Plant Editor
City High Planters come to
for the town at 7:30 p.m. today to meet Yesterday we ran out of space with two or three more
SHOES DRESS Items still to go that we thought you'd find of Interest con.

I Highland-en corning those public meetings held to consider bunting rules
LOT 0* lASS J. C. Griffin
ference baseball for the coming season
contest at Legion
FAMOUS NAME Entire of IrowiUr show off bas
SHOES 1 field. ho couiht with ihlnor oul of They wen: A proposal to remove the three-shell gun plug
BRANDS Both teams are tied for the when hunting native Florida This favored
I Sllnkr'i Lire loi H..... game. was by 36
I SWC top spot at the present to 20 at the only meeting/ at which the proposal was made.

/I I GOOD Family ,with 4-1 records. Pasco High: Renovated Region (Presently a man can use a rifle with as many as IS or
of Dade City handed Lake

$699 ,Wales I its only lose 20. while Opens TAMP... 0V. .TIDM.. -...'.......... March 17 1M4I Hiih' tldn, I'II .'m,
Speedway
IS ... .
$366 S. M too '' 7 M 7e.m4 mi rim .m i Mt, t...
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Bartow trimmed Plant City, f mj nwM riM* M '"14 tilO

,;.L I BETTER ers'4-3, In lone 10 tetback innings for the Plant Saturday Night more shots In the magazine'when'hunting deer but the person

TO Lake Wales' Pie Hearn will WINTER HAVEN With carrying a shotgun It limited to three shells-doesn't make
1' r renovated and added facilities,
$466 oppose the visitor's Chipper tense to ull!)
$ 99 ; Bill on the mound. the Lake Region Speedway reopens Also the question of having the Game Commission officially

\I1 PEST 10 Saturday night. oppose antl.gun legislation was brought up at only one
Located midway I between meeting but the vote there wit In favor 125 to 01!
$566 I No Wrestling Lakeland and Winter Haven on And hunters, asked at the Bartow meeting whether they
the Old Winter Haven Road
t NEVER VALUES I Card At ArmoryThere gates will open at 6 pm, were In favor of the Game Commission continuing to plant
r warmups begin at 7 pm. and and manage dove fields, voted 150 "yet" and only 3 "no".
VALUES UP TO Saturday will at be the no wrestling National the races get under way at One other Item was of interest We wrote yesterday that
766 persons attended the six meetings this Last
Guard Promoter 8::30 p.m.Harold year. year
$9.50TO BEFORE S21.99 i' a whin O'Hara Armory.announced early this Pat Peavy of Tampa, who they were attended by only 253 persons and the year before

_pesseas.nWAIN week that Saturday' card I leased the track this year and by 432.
A PAIR Select a had been cancelled. started with a Sunday afternoon *

fire Frost, O'Hara added that wrestling program closed the track Assistant sports editor, Jack Flowers calls our attentionto
hate.,.' SUCH 0 LesE would be temporarily three week ago for repairs a story in Tuesday Ledger which wi missed, headlined
t. C Over Nleh 0 Psutsbe Nash discontinued at the Armorybut The stands, rest rooms and "County Is Asked To Limit Camping At Its Boat Ramps"

.:::,.eM 10 0 Mid Neils he hoped to resume promoting track all have undergone renovation Doug Jennings and Emmett Lundy are quoted at asking
'-5 else a kackodeM there In the near t... since the closing. for the limitations. Both are good friends of ours, are past
BARGAINS! Races scheduled In the
Noels are
.erea Plotter ture. presidents of the excellent
sports fishing promoting organization /
early model and class B tportt-
StyIN FISH, and have done much to
Widths A.AA AA AAAA I men divisions.A promote sports tithing
number of Lakeland driven in .this county.
FSU Tech Win
SELECTION! have entered the (Initial I However, in this case. we must disagree with Doug on one
,_ TALLAHASSEE (AP) The' Saturday night events. Among count at least. He Is quoted as blaming an outbreak of thelts
T Florida State University baseball them are Lester Bush Lou on the over night campers.
QUALITY! (I squad recorded Its seventh Kirkland Lavor Thompson andJohn
LADIES' 'season win while Georgia Tech I Thomas Some of the other] Majority Of Campers Art Low Abiding

tasted victory for the first rimWednesday e area driven expected to be on We
can agree that one or two people who do
Jack Johns of Au camp over-
DRESS LOW, LOW Northeast, both Louisiana at the expeneof State. eburndale I Gene Thorpe, Mennoj night might be thieves but on the whole campers are like

ti Tech downed the Louisiana Miller, John Helmith and May fishermen, among the most law abiding people to be found
MEN'SPRICES visitors 7-4 during the first nard Troy, all of Bradenton.and anywhere!
\ \HEELS game of the Florida State Invl Ken Armstrong Buster We also point out that many people with campers as
rational Baseball Tournamentfor Standrlch Russell Carlock and their only vehicle (I'm one) like to fish at night. Thus, to
THOUSANDS DRESS I lit first win In three times Phil Lanier, all of Klssimmee atop a camper from parking would be discrimination.
lout this season It seems to ut the sanitation problem could be solved
\ ONFamous rFEDM FSU made I Its season'tally 7-2 Palmetto Schedules by methods other than prohibiting all camping. Although In

TO CHOOSE SHOES by defeating Northeast In an afternoon Last Registration. the same breath, we do not contend that unrestricted camp-
I game, 7-4. The Louisiana Ing be allowed at any or all boat launching
Saturday will be the final day ramps by any
team It winless !In four times means.
r ,. for registration and tryouts for
out. There
ALL HEELHEIGHTS WING TIPS boys ages 13.14, for the Palmetto are many launching ramps where camping should
I NU M.AVOMOtf League at the John Cox not be allowed at all, only the parking of vehicles of fisher
MOC TOES The AMOTiaM PrM.i diamond No 4. men. We argee with the Implications of County Commission
i (B itwn elr..n Nm./reel lt
Name Cln.inn.ti 111 niU4.'liMi.. I'. 01iniou n. Boys who have not registered Chairman Wilmer McCutcheon that each launching area
... ramp
,
PLAIN TOES 4fo. I lt Wit-" ","-I.wr!...<'M.,..>..-I are urged to attend from 2-4 should be handled with Individual rules to fit each situation.

S 1.. 2.3.4 IYELIT LM Leutt AniwiM"lot"l I.... >..t.Nt. lame.e.10.I.. at p.m.Bi. And we say again camping It a most popular sport, par

+ 11 BRAND TIES ticularly among fishermen and hunters. Facilities for camping
are at Important at the launching
ramps themselves! It
Widths LOAFERS should be allowed and
provided for adequately wherever
y
a LIGHTWEIGHTS IV& possible.. '
SHOES +

Otwttl I, AND .a ILACKS BROWNS And Bill Whitehead. another longtime Ledger staffer
grvls BROGUIS TANS calls our attention to a small Item In the Atlantic Coast Line

whs. COLORS SPRING * SIZES 6 TO 13 Alligator-weed News. This Item. Is headlined .Flea Beetle Import Eat Only

.B.C.D-E WIDTHS The article goes on to say that the U. S. Department of
A Agriculture It importing the beetles In a test effort to clear


$488 ACTUAL TO RETAIL 8.95 SHOP 48A 1 99 $1199VALUES | | e


PAIR .. Sunshine Park
_ Values up to $20.95 > Finale
LADIES' AND TUNS' EARLY 'T 1
'
., ,' \: r' A pair of favorites, Flying
MEN'S HAND ) '" 4,280 'I l
SEWN Chief
FLATS SPRING STYLES Y'. log and Bow League, won the
For Best daily double
AND COLORS events to establish
LOAF'ERS a final daily double payoff of
session
SelectionsExtra 1 120.40 on the M combination.

$266 $366 skies Longshots carted on to the

OXFORDS p. tures.The feature race to lend a little spiceto

the wooing. Mal I Perdedortook
Sales Help
day .
the third race at S2840:
'1 SIZES summit Choose Sides was victorious In
For
$466 }1 Quicker, 6to,2 olds and the fourth at S64.80: Traffic Stop

Better S. L. surprised In the fifth at S40 60

Parr \ NICE STRING-lok M llm sad Ofcn Sluo1 held aka! trine the and string Fisher in the Gal completed the
sixth with tffl
even
Ve1uf1 Service. of fish they co,tli I la pit south of UI.I.1.J fliKino. Out of the .60 payoff.
10 8 Srinky's Live hit H..,,. and
$6.9S % Jesse

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U. S. 92 ACROSS FROM PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL Etching PhU R Perk laid,, .. the .-,....... 4Sawa. .

OPEN MON. FRI. A OPEN SAT. 9 A.M. 9 PJ/l./ ilnco I bleak ktw ho pi KIT
CITY I' rATHER AND SON-04ti Oooie sod ton of Aykunfclo shutout ) able flthmt' L... ,..... out
os30AJVl. 9 P.M.rlAPU SUN. 10 A.M. 7:30 P.M. basked 24 ifctlkrackort off beds, while titkii| Uko rione out I'Mr IlIId If wmt/ ...., ......,, ..* one.
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of jMnlooY Fishing Comb May 10, j tit
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I Let's Play Bridge I II Detroit Suburbs Mayor Said .


> k ,,37k I iiiiwiiM By ALAN TRUSCOTT in i i m Inflaming Racial SituationDETROIT 0

By ALAN TRUSCOTT all pairs earned the bidding
1 I award by going to four hearts.
t The second annual pat tournament The South hand Is well-sulted AP-A suburban Ne Formal Complaint Made Fabian V. Stemplen, president

ht a s I of the National Industrial:to pre-emptive action: oppositea Dearborn civil rights group has I Noting that the group had of the Dearborn group, said that
(Recreation
r, Association was play. passing partner slam possibilities asked the state to stop Mayor made no formal complaint to in materials on the city bulle
led States at centers all over deals the United can be Ignored, and It Is Important Orville L Hubbard's administration I Hubbard the commission ad. tin boards, passages were underlined
Eighteen specially to keep West of the the 'month
out burned case one to and comments writtenIn
from
posting what it
[prepared by William Root of
bidding If South opens with one give the Dearborn mayor a the margins and adjoining
New York
and Roller
Lawrence called
"racially inflammatory"materials
heart East-West can find their 'chance to reply .
4k tha clippings 10 as to deliberately
4ji of
Murray Hill N.J., permitted diamond fit and bid to the level on bulletin boards in
available for the
of industrialgroups Hubbard was not create Impression of
(
representatives of five. This makes life difficult city buildings. 'comment racial Inequality
to compete on equal for North-South _
but
( they -- ---
terms In a test of bridge skill. could earn most points by doub- Members of the Dearborn
The 1963 contest was won by ling five diamonds or continuingto Community Council told the Nail Cash h fay HIM/ /
Leslie Lee Lawrence and $sn- five hearts State Civil Rights Commission
Y Ford W a g n r, representing When West leads the diamond yesterday that certain pictures, l
i Brookhaven National labora- 'press clippings and letters about
Mh t, tory, Upton L. I, They won a NORTH (0)AAKJ10 Negroes and civil rights have Is Tit Mai To Se.ACCEPTANCE .
trip to Europe In a competition been posted for years on city
among 2.000 players from 63 ,9733 property to create hostility" toward AT
Yt.pg 55t companies .K Negroes. '
.4 Among the competitors was 733
t. Robert Hamman of Van Nuys, WEST EAST JANITORS ON CONTRACTNEW CORPORATION
Calif., who was a member of the 417 AQJ32V ,
Si\\. YORK The use of
HSs J OF FLORIDA
team that won the Vanderbilt VQ tjCOMPAea
Cup earlier this week. Mr. Ham- A.18643 Q 10 1732 contract Janitorial services Is THES5 LOW tow PAYMENTS
In factories,
gaining acceptance
;,t7sh Y71 man will represent the United AQ101 430SOUTH CASH 2! CASH le CASH 12Yo.
offices, and stores across the
States In the World Team Olym- .N MenM Yw cot MenMo Yor sot Me.M. ,
The field la big Trade
country.
4654V e.32.40 $4OO.ro e25O0 SISOSS SI5fst200
lad that will begin here on May estimates of total outlays for seco.oo
1. The winners of the contest, A K J 10 18 4 building maintenance run into sic 2SO14 nIe00 SIO03l$10Com.s.i
who will not be known for several the billions Pa.
weeks, receive a trip to K64 LOANS IN OTNER AMOUNTS OR POR O1I/Ea TM CAM Mn L MM WHARTON says Y.s''
Bermuda. East-West vulnerable. The Magnesium Is the lightest of PERIODS Ace cowpaeAatc I BAT IRVICI

Ominous Title bidding: the commercially used structural 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3168
The deal shown In the diagram North East South West metals
t Pass Pass 4 V Pass ---------
from the 1963 event, was
entitled by the handcompilers"Keep Pass Pass
Him Out. The biddingwas I West led the diamond ace.
_
tMA
straightforward, and almost FRENCH'S TRANSMISSION SHOP
Cap iEt4. ace, South should see the importance :
,t Humane of keeping East out of
Society
the lead. He has nine cure tricks :
Skunk Tangle I and needs to develop one morein Rebuilt Engine
the black suits The key play
,is to discard a spade on the first To our many customers and friends of this area wa
ST, LOUIS, Mo. (AP) The
Missouri Humane Society tangled -''trick The contract then succeeds new offer the .."Ico of REBUILT FACTORY IN-
.
Ins Pot SILVIRr( )-N_. StaytM, e .r4 toltr .. e Its Runs swine! IH....... with a skunk Wednesday at of, the regardless of the honors.location GINES. No guessing or waiting, if you need angina

Club), fUihw S .11.., oiler mil hf the "'..*...,., .... **.cks ,f .,_h...., which m.y Ix the Weyerhaeuser Co. in St. outstanding repairs tea US for quality work at the right price.
Mine fnrn the K.*.. ..,......4 I. Smith, kr ..... ..,. the ....1.. ,! silver 4.ll.n, ....c... .../... Louie The battle continues. The best West can do is to .
Co..._. pnvct CIM"! ',' of ...., MM, will ..", hili the .11.... .4 NtvftVs !...! ..mklfitfl essisss.AP John Daniels, a Weyerhaeuser shift to a spade, and dummy
( Wirsphol.) employe, said the skunk found wins. Trumps are drawn in one
its way Into the space betweenthe round, and dummy's second high SPRING SPECIAL
outside wall of the buildingand spade Is cashed. The Jack of
Run On Silver Dollars More the inside spades is then led, and the defense -
I Humane Society officers Is helpless If East covers Rebuilt Transmission :
sprayed ammonia into the space with the spade queen South 111
between the walls. ruffs. Dummy Is re-entered with
Demand May Push Price Higher "The skunk sprayed back" a trump, and the established Special price for oil
Daniels said. spade ten furnishes a club discard Chevrolets Fords, $75

The humane society then set If East falls to cover the Powarflitei up thru '57 . .
By SAM DAWSON bill to require the Treasury to ilightly to IS million ounces a a between the walls spade Jack, South discards a :,
AP Business News Analyst I resume such coinage was year. Despite higher prices cage trap club'immediately. West may ALL US J-
But the skunk Is still free. FOR TYPES OF TRANSMISSIONS AND ENGINES SEE ,
turned down Tuesday In the here, Imports also are off and
NEW YORK (AP-A run on have the queen, but the contract
ALL WORK GUAUNTEED TERMS ARRANGED. t
the US. Treasury's silver dol- House. Silver dollars are used now run around 30 million Is safe. It.French's ,.
lars, plus heavy demand for the largely In the West, but are now ounces a year. I MACHINERY' PLANT OPENS The winning play Is not as
new Kennedy half-dollars may being prized elsewhere. The Treasury has been selling DURGAPUR, India A $73.. easy u It may appear with four Transmission & Motor Exchange r.
help send the metal's price still Demand for smaller silver silver to industrial users at the, 500,000 factory for manufacturing hands exposed Only one South
higher. coins Is up markedly because of monetary value of $1293 ani heavy coal-mining :machinery player In 14 found the key maneuver 225 N. Man. A... ALL APPROVED CREDIT CARDS ACClPTtD Ph. 686.3101
the increase in vending machine ounce by redeeming silver certificates 1.f
Industrial users here have has been opened at of discarding a spadeon
been paying the full legal mone- and In turnstile and in various for bullion. I Durgapur. the first trick. .f: i
other slot devices. Elec- Silver counts for a little more
value of II291 an ounce
tary ::
for some time. In London the tronlcs, and lately space age than one per cent of our money\ _
instruments, call for more and supply, the Chase ManhattanBank
spot price Is $1 302 an ounce.
more of the metal An affluent New York, reports todayIn
And traders, Influencedby
now
,society is buying more sliverhousehold its bimonthly review. It holdathat '"
the demand for silver
new
''J coins, bidding silver future' and Jewelry Item,. silver "could scarcely be
are In the United States production an instrument of monetary

contracta The value.cartwheel well above contains the 0.77 monetary oran of. silver.- Is now down-.policy' __ _0-0 I TB. .;" .. Cfl \ .

ounce of silver. At $1.2 an '
ounce this makes the silver In "Quality Merchandise 4t'Discount Price
a metal dollar worth $1 la the

metal market NEW LOW PRICES ON FAMOUS
The price has climbed from ,
I1C cents an ounce In Ittl
chiefly because worldwide demand 9 GENERAL ELECTRIC QUALITY APPLIANCES
for-coinage electronic'

and other Industrial uses has ,
been running well above world
production. The U.S. Treasury's o QUAUTY MERCHANDISE fREE DELIVERY LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE fROM

once sharply.huge store has dropped I EASY CREDIT TERMS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE DEPT.

Now the United States Is slowly FOR THRIFTY CITY SERVICE JUST PHONE FOR PROMPT LOW COST REPAIR WORK. SATISFAC I
redeeming outstanding silver Left TION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK.r .
certificates redeemable in I Days
silver dollars-to be replaced by!
Federal Reserve notes. TheTreUlll'1
wants to use the rest

of the coins.Its metal fast The for dwindling demand minting for hoard smaller them of' To Register : :- FRESH FOOD 13 PERSONAL PORTABLEREFRIGERATOR I


has been growing smartly, with, :

spot shortages from time in to various time. regions "I To Vote $OO95WT I'

The run oa silver dollars at "-- MAMMOTH FRESH FOOD STORAGE J' f
the Treasury was sparked by -
the dwindling supply of the 7-- SMUG Zart- 1&fIt Peters t

cartwheels, no longer minted. Ai I II To Re-Elect irttct br ,.... .(* sae I fretnrMd !
Mil port loom lot bee faxhl eArtomstlc
LIGHTIST-W.lghs only 12
Manning letljiritorl, T'e
Mlnl-Cete lee Trip In fomUa FoundsBRIGHTESTDoylight
TodayIn ftttMK Orsvsnl" e 13 cs.ft Total..
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History k s. ASK ABOUT OUR atsimbled with modern,
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' IAIY TIIMS f AYMINT WIT reliable' eltttronlc wiring III out O-I-TILIVIIIONS COMPIITI UNIor

Today Is Thursday March
It. 1964. There are 280 days'
left in the year.
Today's highlight In history:I .
On this date in 1913 great I .4r AUTOMATIC DRYER
floods devutated Ohio and In "FILTER-FLO" AUTOMATIC
diana. More than 1.000 persons
lost their lives and propertydamage )
: Forget Rainy Days
was more than HO mil iI -
_I $ WASHER
lion. II a HI fr LOW HEAT
f4
On this date: \ a AIR FLUFF NON-CLOGGING FILTER
In 1804 the Louisiana Pur N
Mdir "
chase was divided Into the territory rl r a EASY-CLEAN LINT FILTER i R- a 3 WASH CYCLES

of Orleans and the terri 12-POUND CAPACITY fete RINSE TEMPERATURES

tory of Louisiana a UNBALANCED LOAD
In 1892, poet Walt Whitman .6. .! SAFETY START SWITCH CONTROL
died in Camden N.J., at the, r. h tr

age of 1945 73la : seven Allied armies tie r

were advancing east of the rl.A $12888 $18788. i

German Rhine against resistance.disorganized oirrtx oitr .

516-Y.DA "" W/T
Ten years ago West German -
President Theodor blows
signed the rearmament amend t
ment to the constitution -
approved by'the United States.I
Britain! and Franca and eliminating TLrPl'l9I Cllqm
any doubt of the legalityof
.
the peace pact with theWestern ,
I
Allies.Five .
"Quality Merchandise At Discount Prltet"
yean ago The West-'
Invited: RAY MATTOXState
era Big Three formally
the Soviet Union to join a foreign LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN '
minister conference on
Germany's future. I 1102 E. Memorial Blvd.' Phone MU 6-5115 6th Or A".. K, N.W. Phone CY 3-4129 I

States One year and ago Russia- The resumed United I RepresentativeGroup MON. .,THURS. FRI 9 to 9 MON. THURS.- FRI. 9 to 9 '

talks in Washington on the Betties -,: 2 TUES. WED.-SAT. 9 to 6 TUES..WED..SAT. 9 to 6SN..KI
question that had been interrupted ,
by the Cubaa crisis /P.. Psi. AN.)
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The AU-Purpose Corn OilMazola

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chicken stand at room temperature.Heat take airs when crumbled Stir onion Into rice. Cook rice slice with a slice of
quarters or parts or r done? Pierce the flesh at the on party
chicken halves all can be! leg joint with a fork If the oil, cook onions and peppers -Easier Credit Awaits blue cheese and soar according to directions on pack. cheese Repeat layer Bake In
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crisp-skinned, literally bursting: Juices that core out have even cream are added to age
with rich juice and fabulous I the faintest tinge of pink, cooke paste, and garlic, and Served hot In a mush rice, corn and chili powder. F.) 30 minutes 'Serve hot.
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stir well, bring to Jet-Age
sauces set off accommodatingchicken 4 NEW YORK (AP-Some of tday's o peeled to have any Immediate ef- sunny addition to springtime
1 roasting chicken about Yield 4
simmering point : cups auto buyers are makln
perfectly feet on the auto loan market. menus.
pounds barbecue sauce. Extra sauce I smaller monthly payments than '
Planning a whole chicken on Smoky Sauce keeps well In refrigerator those of a few months back. Most lending agencies are stir Gaily colored hard cooked Out Of This WorldWe
the outdoor lug to a maximum of 36 Months
for Easter
spit tonight's In
\< cup soy sauce This trend to lower down pay. eggs are mainstays
i Set grill about 1 inches from for repayment But the average
siesta and longer time to repay baskets and table decorations.
V4 cup honey coals. Brush chicken generously I. moderate M far and widely I; maturity of new ear Instalment The children enjoy the preparations live In a pretty zippy age. 1 can condensed cream of
Scotch whisky contracts has
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with sauce, lay skin-side scattered and generally deported and have fun exchangIng soup
3 tablespoons lemon juice down on grill cook about 20 by leading finance com Maturity ProlongedIn the results of their handiwork In five hours, develop a home Sprinkle chicken with Ac'cent,
BIGGER, BETTER Yt bouillon .
cup minutes, until skin Is browned. tastes the first quarter of 196. Remember that these snapshot In seconds, and put salt and pepper. Place chicken .
\tteaspoon ginger Turn, brush with sauce, The trend Is traced to the big about 75 per cent of all contracts through a direct dial phone t o'
again skin 1
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that commercial of the
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until cooked Whether all this time saved
chicken Is
their!
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sauce generously carried maturltleof ing once. Remove. Add water,
RECIPEBOOKLET through Baste as necessary to agencies. 36 brief In baskets or will be put to good vantage
I Inside chicken Let stam months compared to 70 appearances
chicken moist. Serves 10 Total sales percent Is anyone's but fact scraping brown particles. Grad.
keep auto are cent decorations. Then, after the guess one
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bird on spit, Brush sauce o n orent makes ands dealers alb rcI averog amaturlpy ear estivities, the eggs can soup.
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5 Inches from heat, about 1!/ sauce to suit the most sophisticated Lending Institutions have plenty was around 31 months, but this salad, deviled eggs, and a variety Chances are that she works or cook over low heat until chicken

3 ; hours, until chicken Is done, taste Like the other 4 If 1 funds on hand, often from say.- year months.has crept up to Lear 32 of tasty dishes. ivitles.devotes. time She wants to community to spend ac-as is tender, about 40 minutes. t
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basting higher Interest" this year But In some cities of late car Egg Dishes little time in the kitchen as Serve with hot cooked rice.
,.,- Sauce. Serves 4 to 6. it will work as well under the
d.0..1kratit kitchen broiler outdoors. Their urge to put these funds to buyers have been getting up 10 Cheese and fruit are fine accompaniments necessary-and still provide her YIELD: 4 servings.
Chicken are the answeto r as 42 or 48 months in which to finish
parts work is strong. Some are easing for egg dishes. family with great food. For I
I problems created by families credit terms to get more business payments.
: MARTINI CHICKEN ON A. handsome selection on a tray homemakers on the go, the
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A SKEWER convenience of chicken is well Guests Will
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there are varieties from around advantages oVer yesterday'
hand parts to suit your company, 20 cherry tomatoes the world to tempt the appe- product, according to the National Pie
barbecue them In Glamorizes
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to switch! Treat your guests to this
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4 cup gin Molded Souffle SaladThe phrase "hard boiled" in age generally only 9 weeks- : pie.. You'll It
enjoy making
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Because it'* so and
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12 chicken parts (breasts or eggs friends
I If your family likes as.paragus canned cut green as- will enjoy eating it because
black pepper temperature assures tender pounds. Because today's chicken -
legs and thighs) salt,
pepper will love this paragus you use for this saladis it's so delicious I d
they
Spirited Barbecue Sauce t/ cup melted butter whites and avoids the discoloration Is so young and tender I It
as handy as your cupboard Start with two pie crusts, but. I.
creamy-smooth molded salad. around the yolk. Best cooks more quickly now than
/i cup oil Have chicken cut Into cubes shelf. The tender, delicately
plump flour
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It's called Molded Souffle Salad results obtained by placingthe was possible ever before.
yours for the asking 2 onions, chopped about 3-inches across, and remove a flavored pieces are a are liquid red seasoning ,
Take
2 green peppers, slivered as many bones as possible. because It has the light airiness bright color contrast to the eggs In a saucepan containing Chicken Imperial, fornstance pepper -
WftlTB TOlSILVER excellent so indispensable when you'recooking
1 can (1 lb. 14 oz.) tomatoes Arrange 3 pieces of chicken generally associated with creamy white salad base. I enough water to cover -an exampleof
Jet Age cookery. All shellfish, or any kind offish
FLOSS I can (8 oz) tomato paste alternately with tiny whiteonions uffles. Actually It Is a deIIghtlul You can make your salad them by about one Inch. Heat you .
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need do is the chicken succulent
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DIPT./ N. PHIkP, N.Y. 3 cloves garlic and cherry tomatoes\ on blend of asparagus and ahead, ready for unmolding '' the water until It begins to c
1 brown it in a skillet add water ters, the tenderest and most
4 butter raDidlv. Turn off the heat, cov-
tablespoons individual skewers. Blend the cream cheese with enough before
you serve dinner
and canned cream of mush delicate of sea foods, they cane
4 cup whiskey sauce ingredients and brush the crunchy celery for texture appeal. wouldn't this salad be a just'i' er the kettle and allow It t oroom
soup-and 40 minutes > fresh, frozen or canned.
stand IS to 20 minutes.
brown
4
skewers
cup sugar generously. Let stand some addition to a buffet
it drain and turn cold water onthe later this wonderful dish is on The oysters steam to perfection -
Pretty up with canned
asparagus spears and hard cooked eggs for a minute or two the table. If Chicken Imperialis in this pie, stylng plump,
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served with pre-cooked: rice,
so they cool quickly moist and tender, while Tabasco
slices
egg arranged In a
frozen mixed vegetables, tossed
flower adds Just the right amount of
pattern. DEVILED EGGS IN SAUCE salad with prepared dressingand
flavor.
Molded Souffle Salad piquant
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1 10'%-oz. can cream of 4 I hard cooked eggs superb jiffy dinner. TABASCO OYSTER PIE

1 asparagus soup, undiluted t/i teaspoon salt When you offer your family 1 package pastry mix or

; \: tablespoon lemon juice 1 1 teaspoon horse-radish chicken, you offer them tops in pastry for a 2-crust:
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teaspoon I tablespoon crumbled blue nutrition as well as taste. 9-Inch pie
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1/4 quartes medium oysters:
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gelatine
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10t% ounce can condensed cream,chicken offers more value than
; cheese, softened of mushroom soup just about any other popular Yt cup butter K
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meat.
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New 1 lO'/j-oz. can cut
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Slice In halves. Remove
eggs Prepare pastry according to
drained
asparagus spears,
busy that, like the character in
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cup chopped celery
Alice In Wonderland, we haveto
Heat soup in medium-sized In salt, horse-radish, blue and sides of a 9.inch pie plate
rush and rush to
just keepin
saucepan. Stir In lemon juice cheese, and sour cream. Refill the same place. For the with half the pastry. Drain oys-
\ salt and gelatine which has been whites with egg yolk mixture ers: reserve rcup liquor. Turn
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Squares. Meringue form until stiff peaks form. Fold Ir I coconut browns. Cut Into should be easy to prepare and Soften gelatine In cold water.In .
the squares. Rich with coconut Corn Flake Crumbs mixture. Sill. square to serve require nq cooking, giving us a small saucepan combine
a i. ett5BLW laaowxatr7iwR and pineapple they are made In pineapple and vanilla. Pou. Yield: I aervlnsaSecret 1 2/3 cup (13'/! -oz. can) more time to enjoy the firstsigns bottled lemon Juice and sugar;

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over water
pantry shelf ingredient helpimake. !I beating with an electric beater, Corn Flake Crumbs Pace pan. Bake In slow oven (339 Water This Lemon Angel Pie It a gelatine; stir until dissolved.
I egg flavorsome until frosting thickens and ttandi a crystal bowl of plneapp P.) about 45 minutes or until To I tablespoon unflavored special dessert. A frothy combination I Chill gelatine mixture over

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Stuffed Egg Salad move from heat add marsh spoon over each serving. Whip cream until slightly Good HamIs J* cup sugar gelatine it's filled and garnished just syrupy: ; beat until
; thick add and yt teaspoon salt with halves 'foamy. Gradually fold gelatine
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1 can (2% Ounces) deviled ham added) Use for filling and treat with whole bran cereal with to serve. Garnish with pineapple Sauce Is secret of flavor icious 2 tablespoons coconut snipped, tang that's certain to bring chill over Ice water. Spoon
2 tablespoons mayonnaise Ing for two 9.inch square layer wheat germ, the meringue 11 tidbits If desired. ham for Easter or anytime. thought of a flower-Mled sum- enough cream mixture Into pie
1 teaspoon finely grated onion c.ke.a. enhanced a sprinkling of Yield: I servings thli Try If using Corn Flakes, crush mer, shell to cover bottom; arrange
pulp and juice ELEGANT FRIDAY LUNCHWhen coconut JI the meringue during 1 Optional recipe yourself. Into fine crumbs. Combine CornFlake LEMON ANGEL PIE strawberry halves over filling
salad greens and ripe olives you need to splurge In the last 10 minutes the MERINGUE-TOPPED Select W of a 10 to 12 Ib. pre- Crumbs, sugar and butter 1 baked -Inch pie shell reserving a few halves for gar
Halve lengthwise and bakes. GINGERBREAD cooked ham. Score ham with ; mix welL Press evenly and nish.
eggs remove jlgtlme, this Is the dish gingerbread 1 envelope (1 tablespoon)
I yolks Mash yolks with Seafood Newburg with Wild Don't overlook pie a* a tea >,S cup Bran Bud (whole bran diamond pattern and place on firmly. around sides and bottom plain unflavored gelatine Spoon remaining filling Into
I ham mayonnaise and onion- Rice lve: spring dessert Hard to cereal with wheat germ) a large piece of heavy duty foil of 9 Inch pie pan, reserving !2 U cup cold water pie shell; chill in refrigeratorabout
halt will probably not be needed. Orange and Watercress Salad ignore Is Orange Ambrosia Pie, U cup molasses In baking pan. tablespoons Chill.Crumbs mixture for H cup bottled lemon juice 3 hours or until firm. Garnish
I Arrange 3 stuffed egg halves Croissant a frothy Corn Flake Crumbe- A cup shortening Mix one can (8 oz.) frozen topping. % cup sugar with remaining strawberry
loi salad greens; garnish with' Chocolate Mousse Beverage trusted creation. The combination V4 cup boiling water concentrated orange juice with Drain pineapple, reserving 1 V4 cups heavy cream, whipped talve*.
I olives. Serve with French dress- SEAFOOD NEWBURG WITH of fruit flavors come from 1 I 1/4 cup brown sugar and J4 syrup; add enough water to
I ing Makes 4 servings WILD RICE orange juice concentrate and 1 cup sifted flour cup A1 Steak Sauce. Pour /4 of syrup to make 1 cup. Mix gelatin y
54 cup wild rice crushed pineapple. Save torn U teaspoon baking powder his mixture over ham and form sugar and salt thoroughlyIn a f
LENTEN SUPPER 1 package (11 H ounces) of the Corn Flake Crumbs, U teaspoon baking soda the foil loosely around the hamso a small saucepan Add
Delightful way to vary canned frozen lobster sugar and butter mixture from J4 teaspoon salt that the sauce and ham Juices syrup and cook over low heat aay
1 tomatoes and quick! I J newburg the crust and combine It with 'A teaspoon ground cloves are retained In the foil. stirring constantly, until gelatin L #
Fish Balls Mashed Potatoes package ( ounces) frozen, I. dissolved. Remove from heat .r ;r syti '
I coconut for Ish.PINEAPPLE h
a lam teaspoon ginger
Bake at 350for 10
Phyl't Tomatoes with Celery king crab meat, thawed and to 1] minutes and stir In undiluted concen
drained MERINGUE 1 per Ib. About H hour before -
{Bread Tray Salad Bowl 2 whites trate. Chill, stirring occasionally -
PIIYL'S TOMATOES WITH Cook the wild rice accordingto SQUARES V4 egg ''I serving, remove from oven until mixture mounds when
CELERY package directions or your 4 cups Corn Flakes or 1 cup flaked sugar shredded and open foil being careful not ,dropped from a spoon. Whip
own favorit method. Heat the I Corn Flake cup or :to lose the Juices. Spread liberally -,
I can (1 pound, )2 ounces) cup packaged coconut cream until stiff; fold Into orange -
tomatoes lobster newburg according to Crumb Measure Bran Buds, molasses, with the remaining !ys of mixture together with
package directions for double- 1 flaked the mixture. Increase heat to '
1 teaspoon sugar cup coconut hirtenlng and boiling water I pineapple. Spread lightly in
1 teaspoon crushed dried basil boiler heating; about 10 minutes 4 egg whites into mixing bowl; add egg and 400)() leaving foil open for the I Crumbs crust. Garnish with CRYSTALIZED t ..
Salt and pepper to taste before the lobster 1 i. ready, add Dash salt beat well. Let stand about 5 amalnder of the baking time. I reserved Crumbs mixture combined '
I cup very finely diced celery the crabmeat. Serve over the 1 cup sugar minute Sift together flour Baste frequently to give the ham 1! with coconut. Chill\ until ENERGY i-I
Heat the tomatoes with sugar hot cooked drained wild rice.. 1 cup (13(4-01.( can) crushed baking powder, soda, salt and a good glaze I Irm. ,
basil and salt and pepper. Make 4 servings. pineapple, well-drained apices Add to Bran Buds mixture Garnish with pineapple slices Yield: 1 9.inch pie OF r."
|just before serving add the EASTER DINNERA 1 teaspoon. vanilla. flavoring stirring only until com- and maraschino cherries. | Note: If a more crisp crustIs '
elery and heat. Serve in sauce large version of one of our 'lined. Spread In greased 8x8- Simply skim the fat from the I desired, bake Corn Flake SUNSHINE :: ,1'i "
dishes If you like. Make I serv- favorite light desserts. I cup whipping cream inch baking pan Bake In moderate sauce in the foil, reheat In a I I.aucepan Crumbs shell In slow oven
[mgs. (Use a brand of tomatoes Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce oven (350' F.) about 25 and serve over the! I((300* F) for 5 minutes before
packed so there Is a minimum Potatoes WestwardHoA ,minutes. I cooked ham. I I hIUina.t. I
mount of Juice.) Asparagus -
Molded Soft Coconut Meringue .

AFTERNOON TEA with StrawberriesSOFT I pa .
9
Make your own frosting for a COCONUT MERINGUE A, 'f
V
leak* from a mix. I H cups milk New SaladA aft v,
Cucumber Sandwiches with /i cup cornstarch 4, ;
Watercress ''A cup sugar
Layer Cake with Yt teaspoon salt Western salad that' workIng aNt2
I Lemon Marshmallow Frosting A cup flaked coconut Its way East is this citrus F
Tea with Lemon or Milk 1 cup (II or 9) egg whites and onion salad service served
LEMON MARSHMALLOW H teaspoon cream of tartar on western Iceberg lettuce witha
FROSTING 1 teaspoon vanilla choice of two dressings. One s' s
2 large egg whites 1 quart basket strawberriesScald dressing I I. real mayonnaise

1,1, cups lugarteaspoon 1 cup of the milk. Gradually -thinned with orange juice and
t" salty stir the remaining cup the other la a mixture of sour
cup cold water milk into the cornstarch keepIng cream and real mayonnaise.
2 tablespoons fresh lemon smooth; add to scalded For the salad, use orange and
juice milk. Cook and stir constantlyover grapefruit section and rings of
1 cup small rnarshmallowsl'i moderate heat until smooth mild onions and serve on crisp
| teaspoons vanillaIn and thickened. Remove from lettuce cups.ORANGE.
the top of a double boiler heat and '
stir In sugar, salt and MAYONNAISE
I mix together well the egg coconut: cool slightly Beat
egg DRESSING .f
{whites, sugar, .silt- water and whites with cream of tartar tt5., : t1Ye k fiy ,a d
1/3 cup corn syrup
until stiff; fold in cooled cornstarch .
real
scup mayonnaise
Salad mixture and vanilla. Turn .
Soup U cup orange juice _
Into an ungreased 9. Inch pan H teaspoon grated onion : ; t Utw .
f Good Mates with a 2-Inch collar of foil tied Gradually stir corn syrup Into
around It. Bake In a pan of hot mayonnaise Mix In orange

water that comes half way up Juice and onion. Makes 1% cups "
For LunchAppetizing cake pan in a slow (325 degrees e 'n a
a
) oven for 35 minutes MAYONNAISE SOUR CREAM
Cool In pan. After meringue DRESSING
soup and salad has sunk, remove collar. Loosen 34 cup real mayonnaise 1 t
[ mates provide Interesting and sides and turn out Garnish 34 cup dairy sour cream It .
I taste-tempting fare for lunch or with tome of the whole unctppI 1U teaspoons vinegar
I supper. For instance, this shimmering I strawberries; slice the rest 4 teaspoon sugar wv L

salad of tuna green of the berries; sweeten to taste Blend all Ingredient together '! t ::1
I peas, and crisp diced apples and serve with the meringue. ChilL Serve over chilled raw or
I molded In orange-pineapple flavor Makes 10 to 12 servings. cooked vegetables Makes about
I gelatin it a satisfying entree, EASTER BUFFET 1 cup dreaslng
I preceded by mugs of steaming Extra flavor for green salad To prepare lettuce cups cutout
I hot Cheddar cheese soup and Baked Ham I core, from lettuce head
I crusty toasted bread. 1 Hominy Casserole 'Hold cored side up under running
1k
(MOLDED SEA JEWEL SALAD Lazy-tusan of Relishes water to loosen leave at
1 package (3 ounces) or.ngeI I Tossed Greens with Artichokes Slip leaves off and drain on ab
pineapple flavor gelatin sorbent paper. Chill until ready I
1J teaspoon salt Angel Cake with Fruit Sher- to use. t
Dash of pepper { t
I cup boiling water betTOSSED GREENS WITH

P4 cup cold water ARTICHOKES Oxtails
[ 1 tablespoon vinegar 2 quarts mixed salad greens
|. cup mayonnaise 1 I jar (I ounces) marinated
11 can (7 ounces) tuna, artichoke hearts Take Little
I drained and flaked alive oil and wine vinegar

It cup drained cooked peas Seasoned salt salt and pep- Time To Cook "
|i cup chopped red apple
Dissolve gelatin, salt, and pep. perTurn greens Into a large salad
r In boiling water. Add cold bowl. Turn the artichoke hearts In the mad scramble to pick
-ater and vinegar. Stir in may. with their marinade over the the best steak from the self-
Innalse and blend well. Chill uafl -greens; cut largest pieces of service meat counter, thrifty
very thick. Fold In remaining artichokes smaller keeping flavorful oxtail are often over *
gradients and pour Into a 1- leave attached to heart. Add looked. In fact a whole generation ;
uart mold. remaining ingredients to taste; have grown up without
Makes 4 to I servings toss well Makes t_servmgt.r :aver having savored the whole-
Joule delight of a hearty oxtail .
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stew. t\W-r- ....
Oxtails take a little time to -, .
Coffee Time Flair: cook but thsT tantalizing ,
aroma that cornea from the
kitchen at they simmer makes '

Pecan Petal TartsPrepare every They're minute set off magnificently worthwhile In "\ '" -" ,, ,,, ... .,... ..... ( -I\ .,
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this stew by fresh vegetablesand ; .
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by the special: kind of 1I !
I There are two particular ways pie crust as directedon ; :
j can quickly establish a fine package, and divide in half. savory seasoning added for you
wtation as hostess. First, Roll out each half Vi-inch thick. in convenient, canned tomato ;. i( Eti.i'

rye a really delicious potful Cut pastry Into 72 2.inch circlet sauce.Serve with big chunk of "O' 'N D"
bottom of
coffee because everyone note Place one circle in ,
French bread. Set oft your ;
coffee right each of 12 muffin cups. Arrange +
away.en t.
*, your serve a delectable dessert S overlapping circlet around Inside stew with aa elegant green IFI+. ..tc.! r..y 911!.. ',1" :
salad featuring
goddess orange
iat show have culinary of each muffin cup pressIng -
you securely Beat egg just and grapefruit segment with U>*>.,,uN/NNieiaARIN. /. .. C UMVANVM.aMM. ,.
ifTake. I ripe olives. For dessert, how
for Instance, Pecan' enough to blend yolk and white., about apple or lemon tarts!
Hal Tart The luscious flavor Combine sugar (Instant coffee I
and salt and add gradually to SAVORY OXTAIL STEW
andcans.
coffee
the .filling And,blends because appear- egg. beating well after each (Servings 4) Announcing an exciting new bread that lets
ce la as Important aa flavor addition. Add melted butter 2 Oxtails, cut In 2-Inch lengths you
and vanilla. Sprinkle pecansevenly
shells are artis 54 cup flour
tally Ptiny formed tart of little "petals." Into muffin cups. Spoon 2 Tablespoons pure vegetable taste the oven-fragrant flavor of 1904
isily assembled I n muffin ruling over pecans, filling cups oil |I
Eps. not quite to top. Bike in moderate 2 (flounce) cans tomato I II
oven, 350'F., 20 minutes sauce 1 .. '
The tarts are the perfect sized or until set I teaspoon salt z
} sweetness to complement a 1"
of hot coffee. Butsure Garnish with whipped cream. 1/4 teaspoon pepper
agrant cup doe Makes 1 doses.Courteous. I bay leaf
your coffee you 1 medium onion, quartered

.used r: It Here's possible a, tip always to remem-serve 2 medium potatoes pared '. ? a was a good year fur bread. Sixty years ago, life In fact, the ingredients arc so rich each loaf must be

Iffee Immediately after brew- Driver 3 and medium quartered carrots, pared flowed at a more leisurely pace and most women took slo-baked the way bread was baked in the home.Women

g. If low you heat can't,but keep never It warmer let Also Illegal One and quartered. the time to bake their own bread. It was bread with an who bake their own bread know the longer you bake it,

>;ffee bod.PECAN. I *,Dredge. cup sliced oxtail celery.with flour and unforgettable flavor, a delicate crumb, a golden-brown the better the flavor.

PETAL TARTS Robert ROCHESTER.Crowe stopped N.Y (his AP)car- brown In pure vegetable oil In crust... it was old-fashioned bread Wonder Old Fashioned Bread is actually baked 307o
7! pie crust mix! Dutch ove*. Add 2 cup water;
1 eggcup pkgs. the Monday street to against let children the light.A cross bring to a boil and simmer, Today the famous Wonder Bakers bring you a real old- longer than modern breads to bake in deeper flavor.

i! brown Instant sugar coffee policeman approached to,covered fat 1 add hour.tomato Skim sauce off and excess fashioned bread..a bread in the tradition of a 1901 Comes in the handy"Fresh -Twist"wrapper, too, for lasting
teaspoons
Few grains salt cite him for a courteous-driver-:seasonings, and simmer, covered recipe.We"\cackled more ingredients! richer ingredients. $ freshness. Serve your family the flavor of 1901.
1 tablespoon melted butter or of-the-month award for 1 hour or until meats

margarine\ Instead, Crowe was cited for almost tender. t

i teaspoon vsnillaI Ming sn unlicensed operator. 1 Add vegetables and simmer. r Wonder Old Fashioned Bresd/llelps Budd Strung Bodies 12 WI)'!.
I cup coarsely broken pecan Police said his license had been 30 minutes longer or until vegetables
meats )revoked for speeding and meat are tender. i 1_



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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday March M, IM4 '


Dr. Garner Terms Integration Alley'Tornado Set !I I IAl I I I I ::11.

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'Atheistic, Morally Wrong' For SeasonBy I Di. I 11:111:

ED L. CAMPBELL DOWNTOWN

By BABETTE STEINHAUSER He said "Integration Is being KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP-A 111\ SOUTHGATE'. MU'4159'I MUE56
[many human rights ...... "
small
:I Ledger Staff Writer He said that last year when, forced on people by means such army of weather.cbn'l i ., ,. a .
"Integration Is atheistic, anti. President Kennedy sought tc, as FHA home loans If a person -sclous men and women, both is'' V i\ ; I
amateurs and .
with FHA Loan, wantsto professionals '
enlist of ministers, of an \ _
Christian, and morally a group __ 1t
wrong beginning to keep the
sell his home, he can not eyes on "
said Dr. Albert Garner, president which Integration he was succeed a part, he to help told refuse to sell it to a Negro. skies In tornado alley. I '" to' -- \ \ "
'
of the Florida Baptist Institute -Washington officials "segregation -If he does not conform to this Tornado alley Is ,that area of "fb.r'J, lit.L
ruling, he can be fined to the midcontinent that stretches
and Seminary yesterday was not compatable with up "-" &J't' 1'1'' \
before members of the National the teachings of God" and that 1300; with 43 days In Jail"In from West Texas northeastward 'DWlf&\O
to the Canadian border. Over \ 1
conclusion Garner sug- I-
Attain Committee of the Lake- he did not think it wise to ask the I V; ,
gested Integration should first years more twisters have
land Chamber of Commerce.Dr. this group of ministers to function
politically. be tried on "the other flesh" been reported In this area than ,Special Otter!
Garner, who has testified such as fowls, before humans any where else In the country. \
At this time he said -
before the U. S. House judiciary representatives take such steps. Eastern Kansas and western )
from the National YARDLEY SOAP
Committee, and who was "When there Is an amalgamation -)Missouri ere In the heart of the
the Jewish
Council of Churches
again Invited to speak on civil of all animals, and when alley. I' .
Catholic church,
faith and the : w
rights by Sen. Spessard L. Holland the turkey buzzard and the peacock -I Spring Wont Time 1 a FREE.
signed a statement reading i.. tablet!
warned against entertain. breed, we might try to .. :-a I\ one
immoral, and Officials In t '
ing Ideas of integration because "segregation is cross these same lines among the Kansas City, ,1 1 J.'m! with every three)
God. Weather
blasphemy against Bureau explained preparations .
"integration would be hurtful, the human races \
harmful, and destructive to Although these religious representatives for spotting tornadoes "1 ENGLISH LAVENDER
claimed they were t and Issufnmi is'-to residents f i: "C..r-.JIH .
If' -. lED ROSES
supported by 40 million peoplein lOO-Year-Old this spring in an, area : J r ),0""

their combined congregations, roughly bounded by Sioux City?: : .,_. :Ji *23'
Dr. Garner said "This is not Britisher Made Iowa; Hastings, Neb.; Russell w w f. "-" 17'C:
true." Kan.; Tulsa, Okla.; Fayetteville I 1 Restaurant Specials :'If"': VALUE >
t "Eighty.five per cent of this I U. S. Citizen Ark.; and the Mississippi River I I .f
:40 million do not have the first April, May and June are the : THURS FEATURE DINNER 11-1 '.M, ,4 f. .
'Negro attending their churches, COLUMBUS, Ga (AP) A worst tornado months. The past ROAST TURKEY .. tw
iso I can't see where 40 millionare Britisher seated In a wheelchair nine years the Kansas City Bureau 'v Droiiinf _J f. "
has Issued from three to a \:
actually integrationists" became an American citizen 0 tl.
Pressure ChargedThe Wednesday on his 100th birth five tornado. forecast a monthIn L5 2 Far $1 & ,4I GENERAL
a 200 mile area, said Bob \ '
term "church supported"!day.The new citizen, Nicholas La- Baskins, supervisor of guidanceforecasting ,v, FRI FEATURE DINNER 11-1 '.M. i71'"i' :t:6.?}; ELECTRIC \
has been used too
i integration
according to Dr. Garner.I timer Charles Martindale, took In a news confer I } FILLET OF BLUE FISH .
(widely the oath before U.S. District ence Wednesday
'The churches' is being used to "'L" All You '
The government Issues 89-
agency
Court Judge J Robert Elliott.
say all who don't embrace Inte- Martindale came to Columbus a tornado forecast whenever Can Eat fi rtBatteryOperatedJ
gration are going against 'TheChurch' s
." In i 1953 to live with Mr. and conditions Indicate the likelihood ; SAT. FEATURI DINNER 11-1 PM ffp. .jfc'.v.a
The present Civil Rights Bill Mrs. R. C. Haig Haig Is his fo.- of tornadoes or severe. \ COUNTRY STYLE SWISS STEAK c TOOTHBRUSH.
ter son thunderstorms. It issues a tornado .'."Y
has been through the
pushed
suchas Martindale said he decided to warning only after a con' 79- I' .
House .
by pressure groups "
I the NAACP, CORE and the become a citizen "to recognizethe firmed tornado has been sighted >>' :' Cor die s.., ,
AFL-C10. he said. friendship, comradeship! and on the ground. .I a safe Re-
kindness of the people of Georgia The Kansas City Weather Bureau BEAUTY MIRRORS .
"this is not a bill, but abasket L '" g
full of bills, that would i and my son and daughter." has a staff of 117 volunteer -, OT." 4. b;.. 4 Ui holder. 4
permanently affect each individual's He was born In H64 near London : sky watchers located about W& ", f' brushesU0.95 .
business, church and'' and has lived In the United five miles apart around the t. r, j1 .
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WASHINGTON (AP) Two I Reg. $2.00 ,ALUMINUM FRAME .
Cuban defectors, who hijacked Sol Price Ea. VO QOt $99828"x100' $1298EL NYLONS FOLD-A-BED
a Soviet-made helicopter andflew . WASTEBASKETS.
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system. In south Florida.Sen. F Asbestos Fiber Galwaiz.dC a pair tonal d..... doff ticking. L.g braces.

yesterday he gal been Informedby said 1 ROOF CEMENT lothesLineP.sts 3 PAIR

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taken to prevent the one in a-,
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Pentagon also Is making a gen Downspout. Each J/ !" ,f 1 SIZE BLADES WITH
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""" Thursday, March :tl, 2964 :2LAKELAND LEDGER,
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But FinishedWASHINGTON HARRELL'S


(AP) Barring ,
an unexpected upheaval, R4SQBL0&9/r /) ?44Li'll' '""L!
the SenM 'i investigation 01! aster
Baker'i dealings
Bobby appearsto ..
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have faded away, ,
t 4 u
Republican Kill talked aWut q I

trying to have a couple of more
witnesses called before the Senate I EASTER LILIES 1 ,it

Rule Committee but they i
voiced only faint hope Chairman 44 169 *... -
B. Everett Jordan D-N.C., 1
: laid no more hearings were I
I scheduled In the effort to find POTTED MUMS 1.95 I
whether conflict of Interest had 2.95
POTTED ROSES ,
been Involved.
What looked like the end came POTTED AZALEAS 1.59
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quietly Wednesday night without VIOLETS 95cI
GERANIUMS . 59c
the
any of partisan uproar that
I in recent days had brought Republican I
cries of "whitewash" ,
i tww BEDDING
" and Jordan countercharge of w
"back-alley politics" PLANTS
Testimony at Wednesday's m
hearing produced these high
lights about the dealings of Baker NEW HOMI W. K. Cullop, .."."I ......., .f Hw VbflM*.Coroliito Chemical Corp,'. '* !" ke9Y.9r M *
who resigned under fire last Cloor Sprinai wise, plea oorful of nk-oo'ult ton In theft mw .kern In Clerks Pool In Kit Chriitin. ; 58
Oct. 7 as secretary to the Sen- oroo Kuril .. La......... Tin boot fit Wins. pissed in the pool...Mr*.... .Mf H too If Hiojr ran ; Tray
ata' Democratic majority control the pools ,.,,,lello. tt ......" ohimn.
9-15 Plants Par TroyPlants

Edward Audit Bugler Tax Returns government I Fish Control Plan Under WaySupplemental

auditor on loan to the commit. rJ Tomato
te, said examination of Baker's
J federal Income tax returns for stocking of sub-,menu prevail for a limited In the totally renovated pool Pepper Plants
1959 through 1962 had shown adult baas-bass eight to ten number of years only, Byrd made available by V-C
's, "a few Inches In length-In Clarks Poolin The phosphate firm is now in Egg Plants
only discrepancies said, and the treatment must
V-C Christina Area south of the process of draining the pool 5.50 Lb. Bags 3.75
He and another witness Mil Lakeland in a study to deter be repeated The current study sufficiently for removal of the
ton L. Hauft an accountant who mine the control of overabundant to determine whether or not a aubadult bass, now weighing an j PELLET TYPE250U. *
helped Baker prepare his 1961 populations of forage or!combination of fish species can average of 10 ounces, and releasing 495 35
and 1962 returns, said they could Troy
rough fishes without the use of be them elsewhere. "T
manipulated to bring such a
$40.000 of Income
not explain reported
selective chemical treatment,lake under control or "balance"will Byrd expressed appreciationto
by Baker In 1982 was announced today by Keith be carried out In Clarks V-C for Its cooperation in the
Hauft also testified that his Byrd, fishery biologist of the Pool. In such case, the "bal- "biological balance" project 110 SASS FOR STOCKING C. V. 0 Hushes, loft "'....... WE cm S&H GREEN SUMPSHARRELL'S
name had been forged to the Game and Fresh Water Fish ance" would be more prolonged and said that the firm has In- .f Hit Nlckoli plops of the Vlrjlnla' .Corolini Chtmlnl) Car*.. end
1961 return filed by Baker but Commission leader of the research ha said curred heavy expense to further Keith Iyr4. Florid. Com end Froth Woror Flih Commlnloit fllh." I
that the tax due was correctly project. Virginia/ Carolina Chemical the study kloloslir, look aver same .f tko MO-odult koM--obout 10 InckoiIons
reported. He said no attempt Byrd said that Clarks Pool Is,Corp., told of the need for such to be pissed I III Clerk Fool In the Ckriitlnt oroo In on
had been made to imitate his considered to have a good bass a study provided a J7-acre poolat TICKS, GRUBS COSTLY porimont Seward fciologlcol control .f each f Ilk.
signature but he didn't know population now but that there Its Clear Springs Mine near i OMAHA Fever carrying FEED STORE GARDEN CENTER
what to call ft except forgery. ia an excess of golden shiners Bartow for the project. Byrd ticks and grubs double and BOOST YOUR BUSINESS PROFITSWITH
The committee Investigation present in the water and thata said that a total of:25,000 finger triple the cost of animal proteinin 107 W. Pin. Sf SourkgoM Shoppiltl Caesar
centers on how Baker while on goal of 20 additional bass per ling bass and 60 adult bream areas where they go unchecked HARD HITTING LEDGER CLASSIFIED ADS. l
the Senate pay roll at $19600 a acre Is planned In a study were stocked July 3, last year. PHONE MU *.1151 NOW TO PLACE YOUR AD.
year acquired a fortune he estimated .,whether or not the bass can
a in excess of $2 million.,overtake and later control the

After Wednesday's testimony, shiner population. .

was special asked counsel by L.newsmen P. McLendon if the In more Chemical recent Used years, the '64 Chevy n Super Sport with V8
"
t' hearings were over. I hope so, control of unwanted shad and power
he replied adding work already other forage or rough fishes
had been started on a report to has been gained with surprising
the Senate. success with selective chemical
treatments.
w FRENCH FORESEE GAINS According to Byrd, shad especially -
PARIS Projecting current are extra sensitive to ra
growth statistics French authorities .,low concentrations of rotenone
foresee a doubling of and this has led to intensified
the standard of living of the'partial lake treatment to suppress typical Frenchman In 20 years production of non-sport .. .wxmArmrA doYfw ca9+" a1On. as>.yi+Y. aRap wy.
In 35 years It would be quadrupled .'fishes
In a lifetime It would' Improvements to fishing ra-
be 10 times/ greater._ i suiting from these partial- treat-

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CASE S-422: Test V., agec 1 personal visit, they would also -

29, thinks the is going Insane. caution Tess with: '; ,i
"Oh Dr. Crane" she moaned < "Now be careful) Don't do ; --

"I am positive I am losing any lifting. Let me bold your : / : RAYS, OUR pIANA pAHA, !LOYg at'l/AVE,RINly'Ks. MY wrenlcwe AM
arm as you go upstairs, etc." YCU) ARt KING time Nle foe CAM 1AK8 On i MUST ARE HONOR,4BL!, HCMOREDZ
my mind I Even during her labor Tell DIANA.iCU MS '10 scenic coin ON Cain CARE OFMeal ADOR! IOUI 60 tOUR with, 10 nr TALREA6)
"For I can't still was the focus of attention KIND 'N DNA MEDICAL TAM TLebRT MARRY 1CU1 ePoeeN R>ti
even remem-1 of her parents and hue- Nil, DINNER't' !, iiR--
ber for one]
band.
hour the cute! But the very Instant her ,

things our I baby daughter arrived, all v vk
baby girl says] this changed! A

or does ,f Tess was Instantly demoted
"When myl from the prima donna role to
husband telephones a secondary position "In the f 1 sh:
I
from chorui." as it were. So she
the office and!
also-ran!
was now an
asks about| Her ego thus rebelled. Subconsciously
her, my mind DR. CRANE she resented the ;
goes blank fact her baby had stolen her
"And I am now having the public away from her,

most awful dreams at nightI "Oh, It was so much more r '"
seem to be at a funeral peaceful before the baby 1 ser NERVOUS ... cF ALL ...I HAve" VYHAr IS Ir
and I see a child's casket in came," she subconsciously WHEN I'M AROOND COMB UP WITH A WILD VWTb

my dreams thinks. "I wish it were like Vvl eeUMTERAer THIS F EUr46!
v1EN.PEfER .
"So I get nightmares and that again."
wake up screaming. Then I But this final idea suddenly -
run Into the baby's room to strikes her full consciousness
make cure she is stilt alive. and she recoils "I must \

"Oh Dr. Crane I am living be abnormal or deranged to HEAD 1 1t
on tranquilizers, but I wish for my baby's death, RitiKEll!

keep getting worse. Will ISnd so God must punish met" .N
In a sanitarium, for I
feel sure I am losing my FIGHTS FAT, DEATH AND BORIDOM-Cere VIOL, Jl, e
mind?" Robert TaylorDisgustingly f..R.... d eke .let* Sets Themes P. Gen el 011......., whe cells k

Following childbirth it is himself e ".".Ieetlft| lie,,""' ,* er> 11tefe.... It hit refemleii, ,

not uncommon to find a new lee reHtkt end teclel. crlHclM. ere kit. ........ VMel, who eats fee

mother who ends in a mental c...... ei e Demecrct **4 loot .hi l"0, Is shag. e let ef ......ht

sanitarium. te re-emerbif BelMci. (IAP Wlr.el.oU) ::. ": =='... WHEN 'YER SEE A NICE BIT Or STUFF yER winONO,LAc ,

Sometimes this postpartum YER FORGET YER MARRIED: THAT'S WHEN 1

of psychosis chemical is deemed Imbalance a result of Happy, Normal Gore Vidal FightsFat REMEMBER

some sort
DAVE SMITH =
But in cases the underlying By
many I HOLLYWOOD (AP) Poor
cause is due to a Death BoredomBy
subconscious "Death Wish" Robert Taylor ,
He really made It I In
never
from which the victim later tavt
somehow. Oh surehe's S r
recoils in horror. ,Hollywood HAL BOYLE books they'd write fewer bad
handsome rich, known allover
Then the victim assumes ; the world was Idolized NEW YORK (AP) Tin books," Vidal said.

various symptoms that she I even mobbed. going to postpone fat and death "My favorite living American =

feels are linked with Insanity But he never really made It, and boredom as long as possible writer? There's none I admire
for she feels she really ," said Gore Vidal, who hasa
Oscar,
I somehow. Never got an enormously, I can't think of
OUGHT to have God punish mind that with ideas
I never got an ulcer and hasn'thad explodes anybody." -- -
her with mental derangement. I his fans rip his duds off him like a pan full of popcorn, -
For example, when a girl I
since the 30s. "Most people are subjective
like Tess has been an only -- -
Poor Bob. He's so happy ana narcissists. They don't see 'Takes It
Roy Rogers Eay'Closing
child or has previously had a normal that some might consider themselves falling apart. I'm I
great deal of adult attentionand ,
narcissist I'
him an insensitive clod. an objective can

terrific spotlighting deflation, she suffers after Relaxing To Talk To see what happens to myself." t
ego While Land Deals
Vidal Is the grandson of the Big _
her first baby Is born.That' The
Maybe that's why he Is so relaxing late blind Sen. Thomas P. Gore. ; jr
even more so If the to talk to. He Isn't always Literature Is Us profession, but

baby is a little girl for then turning himself Inside out and politics and social criticism are : By DAVE SMITH I ring the West by buying! and nearby, pasture for a look at hili

the Prior"triangle"to the develops.birth of her suffering. his hobbles. I HOLLYWOOD (AP) The selling big chunks of It In King first love.It Stars Y
Robert Taylor off-screen does- If he isn't America's angriestyoung queen of the West was at theh.lrdresser' Midas-type real estate deals. Isn't Dale, fresh from the
first baby, a spoiled or overly
n't look much like Robert Taylor -
Indulged wife may command That man, he certainly la one ., explained the kingof His 13S-acre RR-Bar ranch In hairdresser's.It's '
all the attention of both on-screen. famous Taylor -. of Its most controversial by the cowboys, thrashing wildly Chatsworth, for Instance. He Trigger, fresh from a: W :
countenance) Is the same.But *
about his and whiteIn
on exercising ma bath gleaming gold
her doting parents and her the haberdashery fools you choice. chine. bought It nine years ago for the Impel:
$120,000 and sold 131 to sun.
acres a
mate. in
Taylor had his lady fans a He's Always Angry
And after the wedding she I With t flick pf a switch the subdivider last year for II.} mil The famed palomino turned
iwlvet for 30 years as the beau "In Europe I'm rarely an thrashing stopped and the kingof of the 31 this month and Is In excellent
lion
plus part
still la the focal point of her grots Corrtll
of the boudoir, the darling of the By (tighter
the dismounted Or lr.
husband's Interest too. gry he sakl "Here I'm mad cowboys "And I kept the seven best health Rogers says. Trigger
drawing[ room the suave city foot looked' who la 21 bandies occasions
When be would telephone ait-the time. There's always' again Roy Rogers acres for myself, he says ,
from the office during her slicker. He always managed to something happening to keepme about the same as when tie "Pretty good, huh, for a hick acting chores for Rogers-Evans
Tees would always keep every hair hi place and a flowing with adrenalin.1' thundered over the purple sage from Duck Run, Ohio?" television specials. The origins .&
pregnancy Ugh shine on his shoes. who bothered -tall, dark, slim and trim-but Trigger, retired from the screen -
Vidal never
be asked: "Honey, how goIng
In the seclusion of his 113. with touch of He's Family Man loafs around the RR-Bar MARCH 2' 1M4
art you feeling? Are you all to college started writing at a angina. Just oils THURSDAY trig credit high Is of utmost Im
acre spread Taylor slouchesaround ,
Now tall and darkly His ranch house office he laurels. portance.
right? in dungarees and ranches 14. 38. Tension Blamed GENERAL TENDENCIES:
solicitude handsome he has turned out calls It "The Boar's Nest"-Is CAPRICORN
And this same Be sure you treat whatever (December 22
with gusto. I "My sawbones thinks It mightbe
would be evident when her As a star he was under con- some nine novels, three Broad- tension," he says. "I get all filled with pictures of his ,wife Memorial Half arises with utter meticulousness : to January 20) A new attitude
father or mother telephoned. way plays, eight screen scripts and leading lady, Dale Ev.ns".nd and take no chances with toward the special work be-
tract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer knotted hard as rock rightback
up
If dropped In for a 30: television plays a book of various of their eight children -: Dollars Taken wishful for fore
they from 1934 to 1961-as long as here"-he gives himself a and 10 thinking, the person you sees you completing
Only
s 'essays, a collection of short grandchildren. who ahead it with vim,
film in gets today efficiency. Be
any star history-and poke between the shoulder- devoted could sureto
made than 75 I stories and Innumerable critical a family man By CollectorsBOSTON carries through with duties write to those who
Cuban Exiles more pictures.I blades-"and the doc thinks that take it with that kids are out-
easy many
In 52.spends I articles.He and obligations that have already of-town. Benefits follow.-
private life Taylor now may be contracting the main through the house,
moot of his time hunting also found time In iBM to artery to my heart whooping (AP) One million been decided upon and AQUARIUS (January 21 to
Show Increase wet-shooting and playing midwife I run as a Democrat for Congress "So I ride this thing twice a Then you hop In his small foreign ,John F. Kennedy halfdollarswere which: merely require exactness February 19) Contact those to
-and lose from President tar for a brisk canter out placed In circulation In and conscientiousness In whom
to mares, rabbits and a day and just take it easier than you owe money or vice
MalnutritionMIAMI nock of hens.ModelWife. I Franklin D. Roosevelt's old I I used to. I've been lucky so to his latest love-the new RR- New England Tuesday and Federal making them work efficient- versa and either make excuses
mid-Hudson River district, a Bar ranch In Hidden Valley Reserve officials Hid they
far--never have had a heart at- ly.ARIES or give a gentle prod-
Helps 'Republican haunt. ;tack-but: If I tried to run from I Rogers' new ranch Is a placeof were snatched up as fast as (March 21 to April ding. Be conscientious. This
(AP) The dl I Helping with the chores Is the Vidal said he hopes to settle 1 here to the barn I'd keel over, rocks live-oak, scrub brush bank tellers could distribute 19) Precision is most impor leads to greater success later.
rector of the Cuban Refugee'former German model and actress -I down now to writing novels and 1 before I got 25 feet" 'and solitude. Here, he con- them. i tact now In the exercise of all PISCES
Center Medical Clinic reports Ursula Thiess. 3'. who ,criticizing: his fellow man although By taking It easier, the 12-[tends, the deer and the antelopewill At the First National Bank In business and home affairs. Be March 20) (February 20 to
I Increasing malnutrition among was touted. In her brief film he is toying with the :year old Rogers means he play and never will be Boston 10 tellers were given 400 certain to have the interest of associates Consulting with all
exiles particularly small children career, as "the most beautifu thought of running for office makes his millions these days heard the discouraging word of coins) each and within 20-min friends at heart too. Improve ter and coming to bet
arriving In recent weeks. woman in the world." They again perhaps on the New by firing phone calls from a the subdivide utes all 4.000 were gone, on a your health! understanding with all others

"They bear marks of malnutrition were married In 1954, three York Democratic statewide swivel chair. But he's still win- I Then he take. you down to a one to a customer basis. TAURUS (April 20 to May You helps do you to advance BOW
skin alterations after he and actress Barbara can this with relative
such as years ticket 20) Your talents are best expressed -
Dr. Miriam Beach said on a Stanwyck were divorced.T.ylor' if you go directly to ease today. Listen to others'
Extra Weight Shunned viewpoints.
Spanish language television pro film career has the right people who can assist
gram Wednesday. slowed considerably but to hear A quirky man he remarkedof 11 you to profit highly from IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
him tell it, he couldn't care less himself: them. Amusements are fine TODAY he or she will have

13,101 IN ELECTRONICS "Frankly" he says, "I like to "I have a horror of putting on tonight Make them pay off, greatest success In any profession -
TALLAHASSEE About 13,. have the time to spend on the weight I'm < feet, but if I get also where service to humanity

000 people work In Florida'i ranch." much over 160 pounds I hole up GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) or the public In general, in the
electronic industry- more thai The most beautiful woman In in a hotel room and starve my: Some affairs need terminating capacity of alleviating pain
14 times the number so engaged the world, her black hair piled self a ... now before you go on to some- and suffering Is the main interest
in 1953. high on her head, comes out of I Give the finest education
coward thing
"I'm a physical very more profitable, Interest-
a guest room In the bunkhouse, nervous about death, have a ..' ing. Look to kin for the back. that will fit medical, nursing
Crabs In size from one- a vacuum cleaner In one ,
range toting
terror of airplanes. But I try to : Ing you may require. Don't be philanthropic fields espe
eighth of aa Inch in breadth to hand and shaking out a small compensate for my physical 4.iX too forceful. daily Teach to be precise,
of all crustaceans, with the other.
the largest rug
painstaking and persevering
cowardice by moral bravery. MOON CHILDREN (June 22
the Japanese spider crab, whose "Life isn't very spectacularor early In life.Mexican.
obssessed the Idea to July 21)) Show that
outstretched claws may spantyetve Hollywood out here" observes "I am by you can
Taylor. I like It," of justice, but_ I have .no sbsolute .- keep appointments on time or
feet.:.-_______ ___ _: -S! Idea what It U. It's others, especially co-workers,
easier to define tt by what It will lose respect. Be considerate Boy

Is not I keep wrestling with Illusion 4 9.., of others at every turn.
CHICKEN and reality. M1tut This insures true cooperation. To Sing Jewish

"People' In this country Including LEO (July 22 to August 21)
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I politicians and businessmen If you show (that you are very Passover PrayersSAN

DINNER [[[fI! are completely unrealistic. k meticulous in every sphere of
I I II your life, you find yourself in FRANCISCO (AP) A
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RIt. priming Is the biggest beneficiary boost you need. Be grateful. ers of Judaism sung at Passoverby

r" - of It. Politicians praise VIRGO (August 22 to Sep a small Meilcaa Indian boy
THIS WEEKEND I thrift, but thrift has been out of tember 22) You can be successful He Is Yusua Baltasar Laurenq -

I THURS.- fRl. SAT.- MARCH 2 .2T.2I I date for SO years." only if you go directly Ramlrez-Resendix. IB who
Politics Is Improvisation" to Irate partners and busily traces his faith to ancestors
I TWO f i w*tm w ntfMtM* I he said "A writer has to say .' I t nil bury the proverbial hatchet. forced to flee Spain during the

CIIICK.11 YOU SAVE. what he thinks. A politician of- f .t Aa Be sure your appearance Is at I 15th century Inquisition.
I DLYNERSI = I I ten, for good or bad reasons,. its best. Be less flamboyant Since the age of 3. the boy ha*
has to disguise what be thinks.. LIBRA (September 23 to Oc been chanting Jewish liturgy i:I
I I I "Many American writers are tober 22) Now' you know how a tiny Mexico City synagogue

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!In my home room. I called him up last night and told him that for home. TRY7UEArRE HEAR A RECORD US ANKLE! p'UPSTAIRS- MUSH!=AN ItNEED1SSOMEG1VETOUO

I a girl friend of mine wanted his picture, but ihe was too "ON TO THEM" :' PIReOMM4LJ SOOETVBA6ESARESIMPLY # I
DEAR "ON" I think they're wonderful I didn't know 7GtiC'N L Ar' WER".o0 7D TAKEOVER DA5Y1r
bashful to ask him for
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' so was asking for her. He said he
1. teamwork like that still existed.
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was but he didn't have fi .
aorry
, any more. Then I called him *

back and told him that the picture really wasn't, for a girlfriend DEAR ABBY: My problem Is my daughter She Is 29 so +1i

It was for me, and maybe he could dig one up. He said I can't tell her what to do, but she Is still my daughter andI --

he didn't have any more and he wouldn't know where to dig worry about her. Abby, she la five feet five, and I will p dYt7U )

one up from Then I called him back again to ask him what be the first to admit that she was overweight but she la

I Ij page our history assignment started on, but this time his big-boned, like I am, and she never looked as heavy as S t1' e

mother answered the phone and told me to quit bothering him. she was. She weighed 255 last July That's when she started

I feel terrible. Should I call him up and apologize for bothering going to this doctor who specializer In reducing people She

him? lost 60 pounds and she's still dieting I have begged her to I

FEELS TERRIBLE stop before she kills herself, but she doesn't listen to me. i axiVOU cn c wso-

II Abby please as mother to another, help save ---- -- --- -
DEAR FEELS one me my --
: No! This boy has your number. Forget his! daughter.

LIK[ r GOSH even T I'LL BET -
TEARS IN MY EYES
M f'V YOUR MORNS } EVERY GIRL /
r DEAR ABBY I am not mentioning any names and, if you DEAR TEARS: Unless my subtraction Is wrong your CIA DO/J e ARE / IN AMERICA ,

print this, please don't use mine, but what do you think of daughter still weighs 1SS pounds! She has to lose another (0 LIKE NEAT.HE BEAUTIFUL/ WISHES SHE

a husband who !is not man enough to speak his own mind? before she's In the proper weight range for her height. Trust EARTH ri.r HAD HORNS 1 NEAT,

He and his wife have worked out "signals" between them. the doctor, and don't demoralize your daughter. Calories are CUSTC7MS, UKBVCURS. TCxIirt'

When they are at a party and HE wants to go home he either tough enough to battle without the additional burden ol an

mops his brow with a handkerchief or crosses his legs and hysterical d L L
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of Broadway Is a taffy I Sandy's calico cat, Jennie The reason for all the admiration .

Clothes For WomenBy moist eyed miss from :Jumps on her mistress for a pat that has been cascading
who dotes on stray but the conversational stream.'upon the 20-year oM blonde

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP Ing necklines drew considerable dogs, walks shoeless'hardly hesitates: (5-foot-S and 124 pounds; is
HOLLYWOOD ( ) : possible and talks a "Not that I don't appreciate "Any Wednesday" a romantic
Television-Radio Writers comment there was no great
ory of a new way streak all the attention I've been get- trifle that sneaked unheralded
NEW YORK (APTele.. vogue for the revealing decolletage how many sets are ; has into the Music Box Theater
girl for real? That ting, but In some ways-maybe a
vision, which has drastically affected what television reaction of more than four weeks from now I'd be'few weeks ago and turned out to

w many facets of American Restraint and conservatism olutionlze the upon first[ Intro ready." Two years ago or four! be the sea.on'l sleeper-hit sen

life hat had almost no influence -: are television watchwords. An gram-rating 'Genuinely sweet" Is weeks from now. are recurrent. .. :cation.glgga".
actress permitted to be the Its inventors her --- ---
of women a fashions. lay of those who know
class of fashion could do real which Involve
Two decades ago a movldress damage to a series. i volving circular adula I 1r
designer named Adrian-. sudden spotlight F
clothes could-and pick signals from remark I
Interesting up Dennis :
with a big assist from Joan Way
Crawford-almost overnight probably would-divert atten- r ', set, will make of a matter of luck in There IS a Safer
ion from the plot Loretta method using think
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changed the of women
shape
Young, who was probably tele- lews, diaries a point where these I!
shoulders from sloping and natural 1
visions most stylish actress, elected viewers ,' ready for them I Smoke Cigarettes
and
to padded square to
Marlene Dietrich-may she be wore her smartest grown only tttaclied to lets lucky enough to get,,
when she whirled through the James L. Tanner, 's all."
forgiven-was largely
for giving women courageto responsible door on her way to the opening I 11 his brother Thomas, blonde races on:

try their first slack commercial her, Charles happy that I've been II Yen Are Concerned1 About eke U.8. Sstrg..e-Geea.P.

Classy Clothes Detract Clothes Date ProgramsIn electronics ban Wilmington company, been what a couple I've done of years, but

the second place, an actress ioni are under way think I was prepared
But even in television salad who wears very short survey system to mean, able to do it- A\iM@fiit\ r En.

days when._Faye Emerson:1: dab_ skirts or an elaborate hairdo rating company. things take time-but

can date a series as Indelibly asa dross j I Current rating I I've done things, I've

DRIVE-IN THEATRES I oat Stutz. This Bearcat, In turn or, may a racoon Inter- s. 'uently whether the a show deciding REMOVES UP TO 91% TARS

OPEN <:10-SHOW ':10 I fore with the rerun sales In sub- air, have been Military ,

Torilght The Night sequent sessons 4 Y, a ifiS 1M cause they are AND UP TO 90% NICOTINEFROM

T* C. Out T. A Manic The clothes give-away In most lings from a few To

television series, curiously, Is reAa called representative AMERICA'S FAVORITE

STARTS TONIGHTFOR usually found In men's clothes Viewer Doesn't Berlin
in the width of the Jacket lapels CIGARETTES (filter or plaIn)
2 NITES ONLY! and of the hat brims-the narrower Tanner says his Soviet
AP The
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they are, the more recently ample thousand. 111.
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made viewer will know
series
was
the
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Aamliaian TMNIMIaa He figures the delegation -
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$10,000 to $13,000 per
TWO BOB HOPESPECIALS East German news
Boy To School SHILL II ONE Of 'POLLY GIRLS'-Aetna Lisa Sto.ran ,ItSolus pending on the announced Tues .
re piey the ,... of courtotoa in the marl. vonion of "A trucks purchased. I
The Sunniest, eat louo.il' I One of the few
Inoaif fuR grog ram that..' ST. PAUL, Minn an Mary Hocus b Not a Horn," currently being filmed I le Hollywood It'a has seen the the delegation was
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made you chuckle and her little lamb have nothing ..... ell the lift ef Polly Adbr, notorious vie* e.uooii durinf the ,Champion of ABC the invitation of the rl I /

on Richard Birkebak, 9, and ,..,1"| 20. ,In Now York Lb. ass ono of the U finollttt which the ansmlssion I au"c Communist party

AT 7130.11100 the crow which follows him to studio Nye It toloctod from torn 1,000 oiplronts for the robs' of artment, says "I give the exact date

BCbs Tltl1Bi0.9 dtoJ tP1111yBobllope ( school"Barbara"every' day.has been theBirkebaks' Polly's! alrli" tAP Wirophoto K> strongly about any .

the advent of -
The
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pet
Is no question about
found by Richard father a yea I 1 Tony Perkins Enjoyed -It is
ago. She files dally to Falco very I
The
Heights Elementary School and device works SPECIAL
sits on the sign above the entrance Movie Making With BBBy clple that each home 1r
while the children lineup set is In a sense a I

AT 9:20 ONLY! __to march Into. the building. BOB THOMAS rely on the foreign take for 81 well as a
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.a11w.ASls.la.lBBgob i AP Movie-TV Writer half their profits.Why nal the set picks

HOPOLIUllllt7 HOLLYWOOD (AP) Tony did he leave the local broadcasting ed Into station I 5 Days Only
LAKELANDMARCH Perkins Is back from a three- scene? activate a the beam of I
screen
six-movie European education -
year
"I can't say I really went to Antenna I
31 which included with a postgraduate Europe with any plan In mind" The of ., FRI., SAT., SUN., MON. ;
I" course BrigitteBardot. make-up
CUI] "
h.I explained. I went over to
LOCATION fern according to the
Wiaath *va. oilman midway Sa make one picture. The reception -
and M.m"r.al al. Says he: "I figured I had : The revolving I home '4
(Old Die* Track .....tI,) > was so marvelous that I at or on a picnic, try a _
reached the when Ihad truck is sensitive
pinnacle so T
Sponiortd ly D.A.V. stayed I I didn't do it with any
done a film with Brigitte. Idea of getting a tax break. pick up scattered full of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
UST SHOW TIMES 4 & 8 P.M. How much higher could I go? the beam of
Far from it-I was paying both
.!',; N. NITI Icons- Own S MWINSnSnSA N u. 15,15OMwd So I decided it was time for American and French taxes. ance of 100 feet or North America's Hospitolity Dish" lx
Carload Bargain Nits me to come home"He nor says ?
5405$ 50. UInu has returned to Hollywood "I considered It part of my By electronically

AT 7.30 i 11:05 1 where he hasn't made a''education, I never went to Eur signals given off by w*
movie since the sensational'ape as a kid; we were too poor signals transmitted e,. a1 r

"LOVE I IN A "Piycho" He's ready to go for that. So I figured 1 should station the device L "

GOLDFISH BOWL" back to work here and the 'take advantage of the opportunIty fies the channel to Family Bucket .
when I could. Everybody w
AIIAN IN COLO studios seem eager to have set is tuned.
him. His film-making aboard should go to Europe some timeIn 15 pieces Kentucky "

AIM' At t.JO Only' made him a draw at Europeanbox their lives AT THE Fried Chicken I with '"A +' '
"THE HANGING THE" offices, enhancing his stock "It was great for me as an rolls and k '
who actor. There were opportunities "LMLDN. ../ i gravy
American producer
any coon IN COLOITiIiiriT& with I couldn't get here I worked otmf S.MmM.P 1\\'um naeaIAKILANO = Serves 5 to 7 hungry

RINGCTRCUSI with Ingrid Bergman, whodoesn't .ItOVI people.
Friday Only todurowthrow5 ..'U,...
come to Hollywood
anymore ..,
FISHDINNER And Orson Welles ...and Tomorrow; !
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Ulf ud Call M 50
Sophia Loren Brigltte Bar- POLK 'e'rSw
dot" Tod.r ttirouih RaUida;
LAST NUNTCA.RL.O.A.D ible ?
nimy.t"
3
The name Bardot recurs In toM x TltIT
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N-I-T-I his conversation. He said working oja" and and T.g''hro'I 0: ( '
Reg. 3.95
IIVI* MOON
TJO WITS P..TIAL with her was a rare experi-- odar "Lov< IB e -
a.P.AT.MOWING 1I.4t"PIYTON YOU 69 filmed Tba .. TratOTili
JIM LV + ALL ence. They recently a ,;

PL CI" CAN EAT! comedy with the rough translation A CBORWDALI KF||>" ind: Tarai- D..I... R its O
LANA TUKNIH of "Adorable Idiot" Tony's AVON PARK-s..: ,
IN TICMNICOLOU SO EUROPEAN PERFORMERS ECKERD DRUG STORE French has become so profI-I or wt" and I ." 7 Doys Mow thru TK.,. 11d... H I p.m.Frl .

1 PLUS AT lt*> ONLY 50 ANIMALS ELEPHANTS cient that he was able to make!.ARTOW'Summtr-Outdoor HolldAINKH .'!"e' .. ., Sot, Sun. 11 ..m. to 9 p.....
Grove Pk. Shopping Center e CITY-.Laka. !
"HUE SOMMERS $5DO.00I C.Jltal-U.5II111i1y Eitmi I the film In that language. .. Ilia orau tut "
POLLY OiaOIN He added the Information: tho lit....., "
/ WAtee-.155' '
'Brlgitte speak excellent Eng- LAB Irlda" t I
Ish. She speaks it even better PLANT LAHf C1TY-Caullel: ,.," ; ::: a d

than Sophia, and I think she Paro"1rf and w 'H.real.s i i : : ;; II
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",.dn< ,1 has hidden the fact for self end Ne.Mnenar'
.x.RNO-d
raq I
protection. It allows her to be and "Tartan Ow5.Ateau ,
VAUCHULA '1110:
uncommunicative with Holly Plzen" and "Ne Man East Main St. Ph. MU 6-4151
wood producers who want to INTER WalkiTRiT...HAVEN -
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KAV.If-H. l
sign her for pictures and "PI."" .. __ __
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_"._ HDAL APVtKTHtMINT LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, March M, 1M4 U
,
Greenwich Tourists Hear ,NOTICI UNDIN FICTITIOUS" II!! ... f

hANg LAW ANNOUNCEMENTSS

Pope In Rome TO WHOM IT MAY CONCBRN' CLASSIFIED
Joints Will NoUo I. birth given that tho
indralSa purauant to th* "FloIlloua ADVERTISING S Notltif

VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Nam Klatut*." UrctlonIMM .
Law of Klorlda will ro- BODY FABRIC Mil NorUl
Be ClosedNEW Paul VI, addressing himself to stir with th* Clerk. of miss dir- RATES rirlda: Mini out *f bu.ln...

ouriaU who flock by the thousands cult Court In and for Polk ty PtarMa upon rctpt of proof II Word lb

YORK (AP-The cook to Rome for Easter of Ik* publication::p.ol'O IMa noil.. Minimum Ch. $>..05Wrt -OIVM lsut.oirlIni
Wednesday urged them to become to.i flctltloui wit. rj- for A. tin* and Hey rntr Frxdemoaitratwn
will have to hang up his apron devout PRtT FIX-IT Dan Dana lana Dora a. Kennel-Dntributw .
pilgrims too. I ,inder whIch I am engnged On a 'I Me 3MI Smith flerld AreOR -
lat the Four Winds, which ad DtialnMi, I spMt to I Ir.crt In
Speaking in his angaie
:vertices a "creepy kitchen weekly gener- MU Coventry Avenu ilii 11 IICLAMIF1BD I liB 'tift

(mangy menu, despicable doorman -, al I audience Pope Paul remarked : at Ukaland. Klorltli: S"A. Snesuosable.loll .I.tu.o U.sad Lato nitnIe IouloltDrl. I..m.I' .
That Ih* Interested In atldbuilnean
that Easter party apAce RATBBIIU ...
( horrible host, wretched was ap- ... la a. follow colomo laoaCtAaairlBD
iroach Ing. per SAL lour lotn Poun:
P. W. -FRITS FICLBNTERPt: .pace
(waitress awful owner and mall'clous "W would I (lull Own.) DUTLAT BAT '.in Hctlon. Lakeland .m".1
| manager." like to urge you' Dated at Lakeland Polk County. suM par .. ... IMkOaalraot lament urtr 1.3.la. liter 5

all to take profit of your presence Florida, March 17. 1114 MM OMB Beanetl
Gone forever I 11 "as-
perhaps U-so..
In Rome during this BUILDING TRADES
other world not unlike the Arabian highest WANT AD DEADLINI I

Christian holiday and penetrate IN Tint CIRCUIT COURT 01' WOaO Ca.PahlIMI. .
Nights" the description THI TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ., 14
even better Into the spIrit ., Building, Carpsnterlnj
emplaioned on a sign over the OJl' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR u ea.diiroMoasno
of this great liturgical celebra U M A'". aeturdtlTuertay
entrance of the Club Bizarre. POLK COUNTY 4 30 P M MondayWednnday ROOFING. WINDOW, aluminum
tlon and participate even more IN CHANCIHY iidina perenea. ropalra. eltecelent .
C... No. ItTII Korltat II 4 10 P M. Tuetdey .
Feather Stilled deeply to the eo month. t par -
sentiments the Pane No, ITO """"": Joniraeimt company. InturtdPhon .
rite and the mystery of our re-riGIMCRXL NATIONAL at PW, Wadnnsdan. MU a-llS. A, Simmer
Th* boos at the Feenjon Restaurant ..leI.,. 430 P M ThundeySaturday
MOHTUAQB AIBOC1ATIOV man, MU .-..... P BUiitei ..
will have to lay aside demption. Plaintiff It 00 Soon midaSSuadsn Ri1mmm, BLOCS .nd brlk
-v_ 4 10 P M. PrldayOltPLAV
that eagle feather he uses to "'rk, Ploriua roo. iris alA-
MITBT UCH: JONEi at al.
LIQAL ADVI INTNOTICI AOi .. MUuno.
strum on an cud the Near PefendantiNOTICI Monday, 1100 AM *aturdiyTueeder.
UNOIM FICTITIOUS OF *...L. into Moo Monday
Eastern Instrument that sounds I
NAMI LAW hereby -riven or. 17 Ixlsrmlnollnj
like a guitar and looks like a TO WHOM. IT MAY COVCKRNl ..uI'.I'a: final: do,',..tht forIneiir .. WadoNda2: flOOD tunsdsn
Noi,. I. haroby ilvon that tt-o entered In the above ei.Hied .. 'l'b1l."U
watermelon cut In half. ,.I'III..n.d puniiant to the 'tietllloiia ) raua In the circuit Court \lOOD wadntedefPrlda

The dire new spread quickly 'Nam Rtatut," Lawi of of Polk County. Florida. t will ...IIIh. ,. 1100 Coon Thundtyaturtay TERMITESARE
Florida, Urtlnn Mil 01. will ,...I.or.lIh propery altuat In Polk Com- ( U 00 Noo Thursday

IADCOCK OFFICIALS MElT Thna ..., W, S. la.eack Ceraerelioa aHlclah sri ih.wntalaln through the narrow crooked .! th* Clerk of th. Circuit Court t'tJIOndt described :il Sunday. II.00 Noon PrldeyTne SWARMINGCALL
In and for Foils county, Florida, ,
street of Greenwich Village Block V Co1lePark ..
Ledter wit sot t ra.
affiant *.ch airier lucia tOrii analvartarf' salai' mrma. In Mulberry.' Th., sri, Irmlha The City Buildings; Department urns ....Ipt of proof of sOs publication ICaialM: POrnO Addition, .....Ibl. for moro than* en* US-

bit, T. M. VaaMatar, aa'varMilaf. .Iracrarf' W.*." S. .......k Jr., ....,...*"; W.,." ....c..k Sr.. ordered 11 coffeehouses of to-wltl this 5otml IMPERIAL$ : ,. flotllloinama BUY: .. Barlow thereof, Florida recorded, accordlna In 'Plat? ,to 1._..., latertloa.THE .

.h.I..." .. Mia baara' cad Andrew .. I rye*, vie. ,......."t. The mteMnt was bald at HID Badctckwaraliama and four open.front stores to discontinue HAOR I under which I an *ni..,dn took 41, pale 17, publlo ,.... UKEIAND LEDGER BOO real SIASON your home I* to RIRI prtrtnt Lei taKlon M.
biinlnnii. I
smut to
kit """ht. fLed ., ahaht incite ord.i at Polk County, Florida. TELEPHONE of roacbw and anil Prlctian
Hu kM)
ay operations on the I. busts.. .t ants V'set lath ncludlnsHoilT In, but not limited ti o: .
C Ill I
'Mt.'..?. III the City 01 wk.lond, : roomi 10 room
Wall Heater Isa )
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MU
round they "contribute to i Florida. 61151ANNOUNCEMENTS SHOO rooms 117M, T
Model IS *, *rlal *14140it
lonky-tonk atmosphere" that violates .I That the part. IntomtoA In laid publle asia, to the Naheat and !room, .I JO 00.CALL

Nine Found GuiltyIn Badcock resolution bud lnM onturnrlno lo .. followol heat bidder for oaah, at th* louihFront
a new toning
I R. BDAL.AMeON'r-ne OwnorDatfd Door .( Ski Polls County *
I at Lakeland Polk County. Caurlhouae In Rartow, Florida.
Names Familiar I:Florida, March 11, 1114J7 b.twe.n II:M A.M, and I M PM Whisk Chemical Co.

Managers I \_ .t. in th* sri day of April. 1144 I Card ol flecks
The four block
Britain's Great area affectedIs NOTIC UNDER FICTITIOUS' SEAL: ) I>. H. KI.OAN. JR. MU 6-1356
bounded by streets whose II NAMI LAW nark Circuit Court
Hold Meet By Lila B Fountain
,name ar familiar to every bohemian NOTICE IS HRRBBT: GIVEN Doput Clerk WB DIBWS t* nprtii to e.,
,hat th* CindursIgond purauant to
kind aelinbor and UiouihU
everywhere Macdou- Ih. 'Klotltloua Nam Rlatut." C.,,, frlendi our heartfelt thanks nun 21 Rooting

gal West Third Sullivan; I and Chapter Moon. Florida Hutuloa, Uitir or .
Train MULBERRY Dealer from moor eipreeeioni mnptihy
Robbery Case ,will r' fli>l.r with tlClirk of th. NOTIe 01' SALt The beautiful Horn Mf< .. soarInG DUMCNDABLI work
throughout Florida from the W. Bleecker, Circuit In TOT Raymond Varnndor
Court ant for Polk .
Inn ww* eapaciaUy appreciatelt mtnunlp .... parmtnu. Moomnft
II* Aol. P. K.
S. ladcock Corp. met here last Buildings Commissioner Harold I County, Florida 1 upon rrlpt el Winter Haven, Florida Lumber company, looW
proof of ski publlratlon of thli no TIes 'AUILY OPMAOTIIA
MU 4-5141
AYLESBURY England (AP) whereabout while deliberating night for the 60th Anniversary Sires said the area hat lira, th* CirCleS. nam of D D. TOil are hereby notified tat the L. ICIIUIOD Main

-A Jury found nine men guilty should be kept secret they Sale Meeting held at the Bad been toned for limited local retail -AiMorlctra.| d will I untfir*nirB *which In th*th*binlrmn undrlrn -following Mak of motor Can Oldamobllei vehicle Tear! ALL inerrlel TYPE root repaired rtilditnUal or replaced or com.

today on charges of taking part should have no access to radio. cock warehouse.The use and the coffee houses of advortlnlnapromotion and man- IMI. :Modal No. II 4 Door, 4 and Found MrCor. Rooflnt sod sheet Mtial
ion WMI OU.olD I-3IJX:
a.mnt .xrvlr at tr>* *fflo* addrxa Herlal No. IIAOI7II
in Britain' great train robberythe television sets, newspaper and dealers from more than which provide entertainment, on U. I IS Fan, will be. aold at public eale at 1


theft of .S7.34J.OOO from phone calls and their families 50 associated stores and their are not permitted in luch districts. P, O. Box ro'uI IjiUHind. Polk PM clo<.k on the lint day 01 LOST: at001nfl hnewn Pthloe.a 24 Pllillr. StUCC: :'
bounty, Florida, bulnnlnf MarchDm March IDI4. at Ml N. Florid. ,.. white btea,0. VI.lnlt of5t04r1
the Glasgow-London mall train should be put under police employes were on hand to let 1, ssae. Ave., Lakeland, Fla., Silos City A.... Child' 5.1. II doc PLAITIRINa PATCHING MWcelllnie.

last Aug 8. guard. acquainted with the new line of .d it Lakrland, Polk County Oarag. 5i Uti O.lp\lon It soto, saIl Alt.rao,,O.an I addltloni.
A 10th found Thus ended another battle In lorlda I th* SOIls day of Mann: I Th. prooeede of the ail. will b. UO 0-I4M alter 9. .... eatlmelet 11..0..'". Jell ToU
Bad-
man was guiltyof Defendant found guilty ofconspiring furniture) In stock at the the city' war on coffee houses lieu applied. fires to th. payment o, LOoT ASOU1' 10 don' sa 0 oara.Sins .... MU l4l.llBUSINESS.
conspiring to obstruct thecourse to rob cock atores. CHARLPR C. POCKERT thu coat of r*taking) elurliig dod lurnuolni hius. IIlhI .110"
of the train with many of which have brought Hoi Owner 0I1e of sold sootur v. 'lrl. and tkr4etot kHd Reward no cut ....!..101J
justice. I were: They were acquainted complaints from neighbors. ttW of "ublle.tlon 01 silk-s Dr SERVICE

Judge Edmund Davies aid he the new material and were ULIC NOTICI eal,. and then to the eatlntaof ( Pcnonal I Notices
Roger J. Cordrey. 41, t florist I SOS balance due under the
would defer sentencing the con. given the new circulars by Bad Kotlr la harrhjr tlvin thai th* trioS i covering tha roe- 27 Accounting Bookkieplng

victed men until after the trial of East Molesey Surrey; cock officials which showed the Cltsr of Fort M.ad. will aonop nina motor vehicle. financing Any tin phi of,. at,. II....... .ud toolt, (505 anf.urta
William Boal 80 engineer of hid. on the drllllnaf a tan (0)Inrh will be paid to sOods. DI.IoIU '-4211If. booMs TAX: tookkMplnl. You,
of eight other persons acculed' various types of furniture they wall to the Florida Aqulfi remain liable for you and balance you will.. ., ..U"'I', Colhnnmn slsrdnaraTOADtoO 0 005cr ml ollloo, M oitrachant

of complicity In the giant London; Charles F. Wilson, 31, will be dealing with. They also ImportantWaterway Amid well mimt buy* a draining) m.lnln. unpaid und.r anr scud eonraot. -. STAMP ..rh.,04 inbooshL Oiro and oralnii tu
money and Thomas W. Wlsbey, 33. both ; rapacity of nnu thoumnd (I.Oftolallona ) I. alloo... 101 .Mi 1100. 10 .. ... fut areurato otrflcoBOOKKIKP1NO .
snatch, the largest cash robbery went over various points In per mlnut with a ("uran- William Rrni. Motors Ina sau-5541. Jome. 5. 1I..h. II' snsuos'ohEcu
London bookies; James Hussey sell the materials. Cr5 from th* wall driller 5. to tOn '.13.'
to Ito
In the annals of world Florida
crime way Ava. .
LOIS SLIP Color ihop, .00Ch.&n. '
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30, housepamter London Leon. p.ratlon) of aurh d.sin. Tha wilt! *',orld.INVITATION : : INCOME tan ..ndIDI.
The eight awaiting trial In. ; niiat b. ,romplat with lbs uMol.mp .' Roid ...-.07.. Drperte ..
nraaary .
AttendOn mtlco 1I..00n.bl. ratoia
ard Representative kedtpreadt. illp .. il
D. aeverAUIUIU
Field 11 *
merchant seaman ,..lo, and emh.r
oqlllpn..nlIh.t ...
eluding three women were eurMlnt, twin, eo,. U S > m MU 1-4.
London; Douglas G hand also were manufacture To OpenBy mlaht be n..d.d for th* opiratlon TO liD meet, rod! end Imulleilon. Nudredl .
granted separate trials when the of the drain wall.
lealed bid. will b of aampl to chnoM from 30 PorlonCUMII
Goody 34, barber London; Brian representatives from It of All bids mint hue..I.d indilnlnl thu office ef reielved a al Btuuty
case was brought to court In the tlnrldn Cltnnommle.lon
A. Field. 29, clerk. White- the nation's top furniture manufacturing ) marked, 'BIO ON DRAIN <' I III Hi Memorial CHRIBTIAN U USINO horn ...
January. Another defendant CARL HARTMAN Wr-I.L" and In th* city Manaiarifflrt '. MO. Iptclal attention il.tn Oe BKAUTT solos M* OP
church Hill Oxfordshire; and firms. ) not later than 4 clock) Boulevard lakeland, Florida, till Uio tiMdi .f each ,.&I.D&. /oIV Won Oak. Kathlon. Opmlnirwolal
pleaded guilty and still another KOBLENZ I PM en Trurtday: AprU I, 111, Oil 0 Owso. for MIO.
Germany (AP- 1.1113.
Roy I. James 21, silversmith Wogan Badcock Sr., chairman TII.' ', March II at which tlmi for the followlniri( clan Oarland MU 3-0010
got a directed verdict of acquittal This alt hid will b. op.nad and publolT AUTO 1II11URANCII. Slid
spring one of the world's Paalin equipment 50S0'claaoh
and ,
auto racing driver. London. of the board, gave a tales talk n.d.Th. IIIolorl.le. is aunonr S 'lCh'
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during the trial. John D. Wheater, 41. a lawyerof to the dealers and his son, Wo most beautiful valley will be City r*...... th* rlsM to labor to and mechanically ti-anepnrtatlon refrl necea.wry )..,.. month la p.,. Call MU *-.".. 35 Kindergarten Narauryalrayitlo

Some Recovered Ashstead Surrey; was found Ian S. Badcock Jr., president free of the dust and Jackhammers -relict any nftADT and/or W.all COURTNEY Old.. ale a pmarammtd noun porator.rootrnli.d WO"KINO ..,.....

The police have to far recovered Innocent on the robbery charge also gave a short welcoming that have kept tourists city Manmmr IV alee a (>. plant to b* "iMaled arowlhchamber CLASSIFIEDINDEX N... m.dorn. d.' .... ...n'orn..n.n.

only 258,000 pounds ($722, but guilty of conspiring to obstruct talk. away for five years. tyels.IN. City of Fort UwU at the Lake ritru Kiperlm.nt Hta- I I .... and on attention Boultiildo f.nci4 Indlrldua pIne.

400 of the loot and are still the course of Justice. The talks and a did demon At the same time, the rivers rise CtCCUI'l' COU5'T, lion Perfnrmano*Alfred,Ifkiatlone:. Florida. may Announctmintitare yard Athoosso corner 4 103 of nouiri Hlbriun Florida Wa>.

looking for the gangs master. stratlon of the new circulars of Franc will have a new commercial TNTH JUDICIAL ClicultPuLse h. obtained on applli( .allnn la Ski

minds who are believed to be Candidate were presented to dealers aftera link with the great Inland IN CHANCIAV countY rsotio I *. llrua Florida Rinerlment t'It rue Commie-Inn Htatlon or 'h. tare].e:'Thank* 36 Uwnmowen t Servlc:

in possession of the balance. Says buffet dinner. A short questlon waterways of Central Europe Cm N!. susie Do.N., M I The Florida (true( Comml..!,,,, Auetiee..* Fey1*
I N SnANNABEL. ....py.. if ..... RJI'Am.: ON .n 5550 1..0.
fag rlrht ta I .( I
accept or re "
The haul was made In a com He Once Ran and answer period followedthe ,, ; laoS any or all hide. Plaint sa ... .rsaA.ms II .naiae.. .... ...It.msios .
meeting. II HUSTKDPlaintiff, /!, RAM A. BANKS '..no_"_ on ,"'.".. Qablo Aut
River
mando-Ilk raid on the London. Part of the Moselle -v. Chairman '."n..t''en aermaall 11..1'1. loa NorIA PionlAa ant.

bound mail train after it was 'The Best Still1 Dealer started arriving here becoming a canal to enable IBNRt WILLIAM HTJKTFD, 1ft.V..nd..t .] V.ltt luIldTn'V'Tr'adMIS Pho.oIU '''3.L.

stopped by a false red signal at early yesterday morning to view 1,500-ton barge to ply from *
NOTICI Of SUIT IN TNt CIRCUIT COURT air Oemlltlenln* 37 Mattress Rine ollngMACTRUS
a hamlet near Aylesbury.Most ANTLERS, Okla (AP) A the various types of furniture ,Thlonvllle In Alsace along the THB KTATBI Cir FLORIDA tot THC TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI OF' 'AwBln*.. HKeeee, all 041
14 auiieina' Ceren rln*
of the was In five- and kitchen displays set up at border of little Luxembourg and HFNRT WILLIAM HLSTED IN AND POR POLK COUNTY, II Oene., TIM" (rlea Wor* HINOVATINO: Uda
money
candidate for
sheriff of Pushma- '
the Badcock warehouse JR' Wnoo ...Id.n.. and FLORIDA. IN CHANCIOYTATLANTIC II llertrleel, Serviceif > ........ Are Maura Coolianr. -
pound notes being transferredfrom tabs County *ay* that just ash ,through the twisting vlne-cla aialllnf addree lei, COA!!T J.lNIiI ,* I leterfnln.Mn* ...... afU ...0&.
banks In MOle to the Rhine., */* Revmnnd HualoA, RAILROAD CUMPANC Pleer Surfeem*
Scotland Valley
,
to banks I
once ran "one of the largest III Faet Broadway, a corporation II '.'.11".. Oeeeret n* Willi
,_ 49 Pumps
In the British capital. and most modem liquor stills"In Airliner Barely I Trans-Eurep Canal'Seen Salem New Jeraey Plaintiff, : aeae aeellne ttenerel

The trial began Jan. 20 and the TOil are hereby notified that a V. I Sheet atelel Wera LIT MONTOOMIRT Wart ColtS
state he's determined to .lilt for dlvorc baa b..n filed JOHN RVODPT and MART U aeree MMel
In 1970 when 11p.A I nurwslisa 4 ID..U pour ot10e0d1,0.
the
lasted nine weeks an unusual "hav the very best of aU possible Rhine Dan ...In.' you In eke abov llrenaad .NODOV, hue Wife at ,, awimmme Tool aentele reel UP to 38 .0DIb. to psi.
length for a British criminal law enforcement." Avoids CrashNAIROBI ube canal Is completed It will be ,uu.lae 4 that mu un. h..b l'. M. I" : fla.ter' aVueaa '_oDe "U '..'03.
quired to .."" a copy of yaui SUIT TO QUilT TITLI weldlna
trial. Judge Davies took five Ernest Moore, the Democratic possible for com boats to go ."."., 0' .tk.r wrltt.n dofennen'ps ta.. Nn 4111_It.us Buitnsis Servlc

day to deliver his summation from the English Channel to the WALTER W. MANLBTplalntlfr : NOTICI OF SUIT usa LEDGER
candidate ..
for
sheriff says in a Kenya (AP) Black ) attorney, whoa adilraeaa TOl JOHN HNOUI sod MART Pornitori. 5.fthIthInO'
Sea. 51 *oMantIOn 5aubo.5ffi0
Jury In S Days leaflet on Ms candidacy do An Alitalia airliner with 138 passenger The Mosell project I P. O. Son M4 I-a.elend. "lorI K 8vnr>pr. his wife: JOHN cuttimo ADS
The Jury's three-day deliberation contend also brings the day nearer when I Ida on or bfor the "m day 01 I RNOrmr and RSOIJDY. 9* e7"1t t "*
not to be an angel"Th aboard screeched to an April A. n, 1114 and before or til'* wife, If married. MAIIV a..ut" Perler*
was the longest such session leaflet says he wee "con' emergency halt at the end of the heavy traffic can float Inland mmeillately thereafter tn file with U BVODPf and HNOI'). b Pro aieew'' )nl.r.t'I.; .
from the North Sea to the Med I re Clerk) of th. COons atyled Court nr her buelianil. If
married,
In
since when Heue EMPLOYMENTHelp
England 1670 vlcted of of the WeMiin'*
concealing one runway at Nairobi Airport early Iterranean. the original) 01 aald) e..".. or sold If living, and If dead. their U Meetln* Service *..eelril
a Jury was kept locked up for largest and moat modern stills today when one engine failed is written de mess. If any. unknown 0.1at law. per Klnererlii. -Mureirv

two days without food and water ever seized in the stat of Okla the Jet was about to take off. Opening of such waterways Is nfeneo II yoa foul will Sc ha do entered a.. dan.eialnaH .. pin' aonal leea, ,tegatati renraeantatlvea, d..I...... credl gran II Iueflmeoraauro.5Iv ........ .._, ..,.* S2 Wanted

but refused to convict William homa. Th passengers including highly Important to trade. for the relief demanded la tin lore .r OI(-.' legal entitle or IS M..ln..hswer.hn H.I,00 SNauno IXA\IBIfCID PREMIR tot

Penn of preaching to an "It wag and I and children were Barges often offer the cheapest Complaint.wlTNkr. natural peraone claiming by. "0 P,... h.n. m.. 510105.. Ap.l ...... clean
wrong repent many women : )* my hand and official through or under them Lu,,
and .
144 Couth Florida A..nu.
kind of : ::.t.'r: : 'Os
unlawful assembly of, Quakers for my wrongdoings. Even evacuated from the DC8 down transportation. eeal of nfflr.*.' at Be now. Polk any and all on bar unknown ,., Sunci
Normally the Moselle Is a pic County, Florida thla Sod day of natural i peraona or legal 2 eoau'lssno
The suffered en ,
Aylesbury Jury It I bad the chutes. firemen
though was Illegal Airport -
emergency March A. D 19... title* having or claiming anyeetaie :: .eatte Tana aervlee MA
no such privations. But Judge best If I ant elected to the sprayed the aircraft with turesque but shallow stream .IKA!.) right, till. or Intereat 4' eieenm City Employment
Tourist long have been t>. H. PTMAN ,It. In and to the following de- 4, Typewriter o'n.a ....,..
Davies after a Juror reported sheriff office I will be deter foam 4''lerk rireult Cetirt *<'rlbed property noMad In 41 walsh A Cleol, Reeelr MALI Haul talamon. Ante trim
last week that he had been of. 12 'charmed by its castle-crowned VIVIAN A. PLRVI: Polk : Welle Fvmee nan Plnenr mar Dreillne me
mined to have the very best of None of the passenger or pit County, FlorIda. to..": : Sere nln' Filing ,
.. .._ 'hanlo, Men hsoiaso d Wider
hilltops and the old world vll Deputy Clerk All Ikat ortt 000fom.lIranois R.
"
fered a bribe, decreed that their all possible law enforcement. I crewmen wa injured. 11.111. ,,rIh.." il. io't( ; trnploymint Mono Orider operator La Tour

ages nestled at their feet. Vintners I"' ... Railroad right.of-way ." .. mao donr operator and median.
IN THI CIRCUIT COUHT. It "Mel. "lIeIiS" ,I.. That. kook doIonrr.-INtlA" .
whl.h llea(
with their North of
grew prosperou JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: Htate Hoed
TeNTH II Mel* Weele* eemel* m..hlnll&' dI..1 m''onIG. ..011drill.
dry richly perfumed white POLIO COUNTY, ftOrllOA I .IO and South of aa aslntlng 14 Mel,* Wente*'. Mel* .... dlianater ...' oaIn.m.n. iooranr.
canal In V H. Government Ix.t II 5lemonmn
IN CMANCIMY, 1000d....... tho* telet*
wines. I In Ire Nn H of $F: II ..'..m."
Caie N... 12M Deek.t M I. TOWNMHIP lit TION .-... ..,....... m.n. rord man and delivery man.
French industrialists had another ., Pas Ne. 121 RAVQn HOUTH, I' ever. Wenw* Po"r..11O .I&Uon altsodsut..
MART BELLkl HICK. 1 sa KART. Barlow. R.n.h ,00knr. LabO.orlOr.d.I.rl.ond.r.ol. .
j- kind of Interest In theMoselle. Plaintiff, 1 Polk t ounty.. Florida, more rlnanclolt ......
.
wanted lower: particularly described I ai fol luilneea oee4unlwM
They to -' I In".. : Ineurenee
r-MAI.I glmo-lrolit AM'I atom
the cost of bringing coal from I WILLIAM HlCK5 Pefenriant 1 Ctteuoenre st the Norlhaust.nroer .4 laveetnten. aiecka, a.iiea ntr EtecuUv: ate Lab tech*

Germany' Ruhr Valley to the NOTICB: OF SUIT 01 said 1I..lIon a. and :: iaaTsinasan laenler-lfplit. caihler audIt
THB STATS OP K1X>HDA TOl run Koulh .!' n Weet alone- W...... Te aeneaHorticulture m.n...,. head eaehler. (.m.nlo.p.
steel mill of French Lorraine WIIUAM HICKS, I the lown.hlp line IM HI feet .. aaleiladr, front deik clerk
ta a point on tha former Noel nl. ill. lounter llrli. frill tooneii .
and of taking Lorraine Iron oreto Whoa. reeldeno* and malllns 7 01w,,, 5.ros.
d..... le, bininrfary of the rltht-of-way ft posaboon, .-. soil hn.' mckiall wsilr.... Cum
the Ruhr They also mayhav UNKNOWJfToil or said Atlantis Coot Line y Pleert, SeMe, nee Irla. Cvir-penioa-nuree*
their eye on easier accessto sri hereby notified that I a I Hallroad: ll-enca run louth I Psada Ce. "_too_
**' II W..t alonf a.ld ..:0., P'uIIye Room 208 Arcade Bldg.
U ,
marketa In Eastern Europe. mlt for you divorce In the baa above been linen.flleinalnit boundary lit 44 feet to a point t.uooose C,.::.

Germans Lose Enthusiastic aiiMi and that yu ar* 5'.r.kyr.qttir.d ; an th* louth boundary of an H ...........
to ..... a ef eiltllnicant I. said point baa u 53 Help Wanted fimal
The German were less enthusiastic. or nther wrlttan opy 41.1.you.anewer .... log the point of lieflnnlna .:::: :? t ,
i .,,,,
Their railroads stood WALTKR W. MANIKJTplalntlfFl : J-rom the point of be-lnnlna;
upon AITRlfA8 "ANTaD. N' II inIOTII
!InitrvctlenIt
continue Houlh 10 :
49 w .,
whoe. add....
attorney, Wa's lI.mor'.IIIo.I"'d.w .
to lose revenue. But in 1958 a alone aald boundary I,*_ ,
I.I P. O Rue 14. lakeland) Florida o M .0'''* MutMII '
sweetened feat to lbs North boundary of Laneueew *szTonoa Tion Mu.i hnClub.
treaty wis signed of
on or before the lid dty
mate Road 14 aeheelt .
Ili fj.,1b
*.ltl run thonoa Florida
for the German by French con ArIL A, D,thereafter ISIS. and ta"file'or.wltb rnedlattly North 17' IV Weal .lon- eald LIvestock A...... '

sent to making the Saar part of lea Llerk of the above ..,I.d Court North boundary lot 01 feet tn IT leee >*e SeleI tiia Namso N-a inr50 .
West Germany.The the oriilnat ef eald ......1 ar cud tho Wn.t bound.r ot tho said >e... CeM. ** and .nlo nInassnanona.In. .
Atlantic (oa.t tIns I! LlveeleckM
i wrlttan defenae*. If any. Railroadary IOMltton. 55 tIN aoa tin.
canalized section of the If you fall lo de ao. d.s. prooonfraio "':jrF wst i han,. inn North fnMrt wattle *a lueelleetl aueeiieeI .. a Pullir Iruih dialer. mil
10 ulun saks bouod. .r panS line, Per further tn.ormatloi .
will b* entered iialnet Wenua-Ll.eele.il. pnel
Mosell is 170 mile long of you for the relief demanded In the I.III 1. feet to the "Ollilt MsrehandiMBelnc ) antI ...-.... rlihl
:
boundary of eilllncanal( ,
an
which 12t miles are in Ger- Complaint

many. France I I. paying two- WITNEK* my. band and .,n.I.1 tl-ence run South Ii' If Ka.C U .atexiMJJ WANTED CURB ilrl, Unit bl IIChalet .
.. nrrire Be now Polk alon" aald canal boundary .... .
.1 of at llwelee) >-He* ) II Drive-In 1411 .
thirds of the Sifts-million cost Duos feet ta the point of be.finning .
county. Florida, this MU lay efV.hnury M antleueeIT Tamos Hlihwar
Tract contain I.lit ArtlelM Pot Hie...ejlee.K .
A. 1>. JMi.
West Germany will pay the aur."' m"r. aerlee a l...._ WAITIII'JIII AND .rI.nud H-,
(IIICA!.) HCRr'ar **ete. Welave aupellee1C rook, mom In 1017 05.5Msln.
for contrib-- YOU ARlO : NOTIFIFD pereon
1500,000
rest except r-. n. SLOAN .*. .
'that lull boa a Ml Mererlali eM i. *ia vim. 453000SSECRETARY
been
(lerk Clrrult Court hrauiht filed .. .'
uted by Luxembourg where the 101 c. a> ** .
By LLLIIJE HASTING and numbered III anov In thlCircuit Cleln-*
steel Industry will benefit IMpnty Clerk Court of th* Tenth JuOllal 101 *urm S """*
'" Circuit In and for PAl Cons. 10. a eel O,I. Kel
For their money the three v-in 'y. Florid by Atlantic 4:oaat Mn. I v* Jewelry Thc I.....' phosphstIsemnsr'

countries will get a channel 21- IN TOOt CIRCUIT COURT OJl'' Hellroed Company, a corporation. 104 MeellHiery aiwne nc aueei t, Teelelor ee1M In lb n.ras b.. Immediate ...
9jt tus T.NTH JUDICIAL cOCUStOP plaintiff the piirpo-e of wNih u flenee alu>.eel Ine4lOf oar for alena _..tar, .1.,
31 feet deep, with 13 dams 14 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK to determine plaintiff) till. t. tha aeei* Telev. 1 t* S 0,50. ..In... acheeluelnlai
locke, nine power stations and COUNTY IN CHANCeRY ahov* daerrlbed lande ta b. iirood ae.t.ur.nl leu emeet Moat be arolltleol I*
Caae f">. 12144 Pocket SI and eufflclent fee simple ill leerlin* OeeetIII inoruiand. Soil,, ana he>. ...
five barge ports. The power Pace N*, 171rrOPRAt tllla( to remove the alouda upon 4"..... aewtameejtAitomotiv, nerlente I In ell D.*... ef !*nerel
plants will develop 800 million NATIONAL IfORTe Ih. plaintiff. sit).. ta aald linda., ollloe work Apullr.nl. thould
I ClAus ABHUCIATION f and to quiet and confirm plaintiff. be neat I aopearance rn and be.tween .
kilowatt hours of electricity a Plaintiff j title: thereto and you are herebyrequired lit "... air _'.-..1.* the .... of .1 and M Con.
... te.t smeknmmt .....ttt_. 10Wr.aiioo.i -
year, mostly for Germany. and commanded to file IU Airtemefeilee Fee *...
'
lI'n.r.1' S Ch.m'.11COr. '
NAUtili U TMWKTT: at n, ) your answer and >'seas. ta saId .
551 .N-o.uad WonMd .
.. .
Ruhr mining firms are hoping l South Floral Anne 5.
.
nefendantaNOTICt nplaint If any you have, with III utem > lee aerv .
to ship 2.5 million tons of coke OF *AL. IPe CloTh of Ih. Mid Court ..nod.li ". fee M,.. 0.... ,'..... ..... 7)0:1) *..
...... _
Null! "U herebr lvn that, pur a enpr Ib.nor 10 pIaitiIItf'eaUnro.y. II* 'mOl "
and 11 million ton of coking .u lent to a final dxre* of for*. .. '''-''111 Boewell Lana III 00k aiexw:. aaron Memee YOU CAN HELPthe
coal up the river to Lorraine ,neiire entered la the above ... and Boewell P n, boa 111 HI ill ferlt, a.te :Vme1M
L tilled raua In the CIn-ult Court Keel Davldenn "tr.at. Hertow. True*., ,.......
every year and 450,000 tons of 01 polk ('o .nty. Plorils. I will rlorld. on er before the Sills day sntals family budget. Four orflv.

t Iron ore from overseas. The .etl II,. I ::: :' sIt.W I: PolkCootsty of April A. D 144 Herein fall 71 .uelneet >teet far -I hours a day will bring
French will send back about 1.8 d..rrib.1 ., not or decree pr" rent..., will he I.. ,...- ....-. a profitable Income.
Ix* I. Block A. warren take. entered ...In., you for th. relief 1M Furejehe* Meueteleleli you
million ton of iron ore and aid* I"ark. Lo". Wale, .. _rd.Inlf re red for In said complaint m Can 5.,. MoteOtaaal,4 Write AVON
to plat thereof recorded In It I. further ordered. that thl. Aeart. HnueeaMe Manager
.
steel Local German traffic be- flat Book II. page II of the Notice of SuIt be publ.h.duot.o( \14 III *"Meree le Kerne.Mele Leleeeme P.O. Box 1395

tween Trier and Koblez may Dublin record ., Polk County, 'a week for four coneeoullve weekiuoaequeni ". ._. .or .....
FlorIda.Al,00 ,. 10 ir. aeie h..ol ana MM* aeer* or
each million m
a tons annually : prier to th* lltk dey of April aeeerte A CeejieeI
tin Rang*-VOO full A. f>. IM4. In the lakeland UrUu'n''.H'- aeermeeitlVnfu Call 882-<4137
_
2.7 VISITS AVERAGE I OB Oven-Serial Jtnollltl X ..dger, a neawepaper. ,,,nll.h.d .I" Went**>'Te''' aentI' Heu4a a,.. Lakeland
Nutone Kahauvt: Fan and of I
ally general circulation In "* aeetalesol
CHICAGO-The average den- Duo Therm Heater-.l K TIt Polk fountv, Florida ( Istat
ptihlli .. ., to the kliheet and WITNEHH my hand anil the sail
tai patient doe better than seeing bout bidder 1 ores.h, at tn. cinChProne ,n' Mid (imrt at Bertow. polk 14 141* A: *eee le let.Mem.>er te aeMM *> Medical Assistant

his dentist twice a year a Ixmr of the Poll' Countit'orthoun. I onnty, Florida, on Uita Itth da)
[ tn Hartow, Florida ,.I Marrt A, l'. IM48EAL i:: .zn&aezns: xetllent pemunenl. opportunity
farama.
wile .4 H..* ."-* ** Puny ,
BIT HI M... Percy raw-*.. ** study Indicates. The I ., ,, .
DADOT'I DOG average between II'N AM. and tM p M '( > l>, H. .LOA.". JR p .- '.r medical anlitant .la lotion

e_f.rt, .....h... M.rMrIt., wK. ... ...... chest the b*. cad ....., art -> her ...., T......' patient get to the dentist' of- .05 504 Ird day of April IMI Clerk' of the <:lrci.ltI ,:: ...................".-... StOles.. Pltaee wrlta lintel ..-

al.S k, see .. her !.*..-! w.lch...... The J.f las sd levi trai..... r. alta.k .e,..* eli..W" fie. 2.7 time a year. An average SEAL: ) f'I.P .H... Circuit HLUAM Court JR Florida oun of Polk County, I S.I.. Ca315sOo.Mellaneowe ..rleac!, education. a,. aa4

*. ....",." ,...., -. ii the girl .K. she .H-W the la. ., .lth...,. It M ...-,. ,....."" dentist ha* 1,1M patients, If, Mia Deputy B, Fountala Clark Bye/ VI'Ian Deputy A.Clerk Purvla, | II iou lou eel HMee t.lete:::? hone Laktlaadw auntker. la '.0. Son 1421

Wag lrl-dly f. the ck-M. The <*t Is *..... .... .< It f Iwsesi cHic.. hAP WIephaei). the study showed. 07 507 O'.S'I _I




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r 34Thurday, March 28, 1984 LAKELAV- : ltOCrR--,1* FINANCIAL MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE 1* AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS f* RENTALS RENTALS


4 EMPLOYMENT t f i* EMPLOYMENT 62 Builnw Opportunities 1 9] Bicycles Motorcycles 3'Flt--Appl; ;;;I 116 Automobiles For Solo 12IBuslntsiri. For Root /130 ftirnltlisd Homo 13 Mobil Hem l.1


54 Help Wanted Molt SS Solstwomsn TWO BBOMOOMII romplltellurnlihed D1XII MOBIL Pirk 1.0 Niw
/ HOME'POtnt rental unite I com TRIUMPH I"AND Yamshlsiis; TT BAMOAINS Complotrlybuilt ;; ISO, VALAN Radio. heiur sIr, II'! West Bolnir. tSSper 'nomps Hithway. Urn dry Mu.
CAN USE soorrs t eors I op.sorria ileielr furnlihed Oood locilllng I II. ind ... Itoetl5t5U I and luinntcod S1SM and.I .1. lran.011.. WAREHOUSE SPACE month Drive py. then ciU Municipal ...Mri. 540.0..
NO ax. all II NC a renilrel ..erln. ..I""o".n alln "01'kno.I. Country Club ..I..... iEverett nodeu. iptrle modol Urw I ... Proo tnitallatloa Aiwa.. Its. Barialn 3IS Former, II C Lol. 01055 00511?. IOU HMO. 11.
Trimtni lurncihrd. >ll whit. inwrenoe .".. 01 .,.,'''.n" ,.1.. or 404.1431RISTAUSAN wck Laloland C,... Co. 1\I Lakeland bOIl buns la aewod or 8.ro. phone S31.177S. oo Plorlda A....o-IUar approach tot ...1.. so's. MU 7.
debit open ID Lakeland ,. wIll. RnS F.14h Lsk. ? SOUIPMRST Wen ...m.r.... Ml.MM. .. TV at Nile Day TV IMAuktirndale New Tor for iMdlnt ..d unloadinOood '. "13.Tn 'ShADY LOT. _a-
Btarunt III 00 "; .i ROOMS. ssuplu .r ,ir. foolllUM. ole
piy per week Reid Open till S 01 iHIIYII bulMlai. Approilmlto, wl' r.
land ..
LeOsre .
Sod builnou Eicellent .II.n lube CUBHMAN motor .
ncoobr .
Mustb.m.rrlptisfld liowiri
55500 laundry
"between SPtlSSM and
n 1100
.. convenient bi r.
MU .a. C.
84 and 40 Ptiont tn M9I Our .ItO toed biulneie" coma now Oood condition Sacrifice 'M., I. ..1. wlndowi. Air ossdlSa005d. 1000 I and ulll. t.M3S. .l trillm Thro ..
IBUrvlew 56 Salesmen Beer llclhH, SOS-40SS, 413-005b .hol>e Mt 1-mt ii'iiiiA.ilW lIons sHell of drso.'SO. rol..r. 'M lot Call 050- "r. Phono 611.4041MOBILE. .
ioSoorv .' coed condltloi lIS Y000S week d. all dIl ozorim.nD' 0011.55. Ido foe
Wit HAYS immediile bullOloss .05)4 Ilh 97 Articles Place. aal ., and Sunday sill mPI.A S. MORROW ..u.I.. 131 $05110 .
oneninu foe PDLLER BRttSH men Srros S pirlns hID. 0004 10505. Phos. for Sol.-Mlsc,, .I MU MO T.S101CRNtSmtD Coi
two ill ambltloui neat men brIWMII over 510 non..k In thIs 1 ..... MU a.U47 OOOD USED... refrlterilor: i and IOOIOOSVAIIN Wooom e.an.rUblsrdls -LMLABritoa o LIVING
tht .... of 21 sod 48 00 .. .. r505.mIssIon. COTTAOI at Sceola >
you? Yo 1 50 raperl IsrSrO AUCTION SALE ,.I lUive tlOO Phone MU 3 17' .n.llo AT ITS BESTWhy
who >r. intoreiled" In mull' I Office
upla that mull I 051.11 C.II .1S..9. -- wIlts .. 04000 "- ] DMIraole for pornanencouple
HO.000 Ills? plus top Orbs e-. P N 10 ops II C OU000 0.1111'0y WANTED TO BUY Every Saturday 7:30: p.m. MAPLE BUNK nedi i'-- .seh mibra. MOO 3.4153 t. 401 .Memorial' Blvd call 055-0105! altar S got ll.t it a four .p.rkon
.benefit with Polk County'i leidItii for dralrrl'hlp Ohen of drawer. Sit dreiiminor ... .n.7iu .... I toeSlp Ukor On Hut hi
Chryiler.Plrmouth deiler An- Polk BAXLA'S S30: Couch SIS Hotpotnfrnrnior MUST BILL INN city typo Mwert, tint dflnktntwtttr
tit In .rlOD to Mr C c Hiyei. IALBSMAN WANTED for lamedrtIvr. County Hi SSS-01I4 edan, Air conditioned r.'r.I 4.1 TWO BCDIIOOM d.... air ion dlroot ....., otmpanyton ..-
411 Norm pioriao Annul. ate ai-80 Commlulonplui Liquor license .. AUCTION GALLERIEPormerly !: Ill diy BoI.ro .. ,. 129 FurnIshed dltlonad. till bith 11 Wool PSI.Os for Blnunum ilootrtoalalont SOt.
I compint beneflU. hoipllil I Tnt Auetloa Bo_" 0.2-4 311 Id.J...', Aportm.nlPIINIBH ,. Floss SSi. SSS-iSlS with all Hit foss Woo
DEBIT MEN eiperlenced, uneiiportenred 1..Uo. COOP UI. Srtdsntsnd WE BUY .... .. .. ...
Write Box M-271 W. lu, .r Sill for Vs.420i Os CHBVROLBT r Ubn ,. ThM Il.
: ED OB ynfurnlihed .1111.
Clll Ukl Wit 681' health Apply Berds'a 051cc : o. .r tad at
Swr. II W.Phosi 20000 mlloa. N. SIT 00 TWO BEDROOM 150.5. nun .A.
rurlli.
4151 tar Interview 44 Lake Wire Drlee Lakeland LeJger APOItsO 50 I.. CHORE MOBILB .
-- MO -eo3. SELL Will ...d.. MS S1S1. oionthlr Nantci ApartMO Automatic waihir. .
WANTml AIIISTANT BI..arlral LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR of home I us 00 accept baby. Do ecu Phone .. )uit Dorta of tho illlm .(
S-444S
1.lOr. Apply Dell '.ttl.) 00.flu. hold ..oll.n... hn openlnt for 0..0 5,1054. .TV' rrom 535 up ChI... TRADE 117 Automobiles Wonted .nlO. MU SSI70NICVLY L.k Alrl. ..o Rt. .w MoUS >.
direct ulrtmin Pirl time lliotonildcred 63 Insurance am flnmsrs WO'kl' UPPER TWO b.dronsts.
City HaJl. I.IDIrm.
.. G-O-O-D TWO BEDROOM houN lor restno
.
Send hirkiround Informitlon tr.do-In. .1. Ad..I..1 ..1. ..
WANTED IXPIRIKKCED dm lo Bon P.21>. LakeliodLodter / 15 Serntrs. Mi .3.71.. P555005 ,WANTED CLEAN .r. 'I\'54ModsI. .k.lh.!. b..HI.. .d.11 lo 2"7.IIT ,, losotlos. 12. W. MIItitiosk
lino operator" CHI J D Pendarvli TOTAL PROTECTION for poor TV 44 N. W.bOlb. USED C.II 110 .3..1.. aod Rooms Fr list
.rnn, und Pro orty.lob oao
In Pt.. .. 005pI.n,5n0om010050dsoihk APARTI .
Pierce IMIWI I p m cod oott io
iiiTiiii .; Tuii fur-
PII.m
10 P m. 400.7527IMMEDIATE 'or ".r"\lm.PERPON.ork to .ill I mi on In.I 0 oboe A. Smith Aien', 403 AUCTIONFriday FURNITUREWARNOCK CASH FOR YOUR CARSUP Dlklo "01 UIUI.. Now Ad.lt D.I 12. Bl .0m.1 URB ROOM. .1.. 5550 _...
d..t".1 I .nd .0.m."I.1 aecountoPrrr South Plorlda AvenueMortgages. Phone Tsmes HI..r.FUIINIHED BWII. MU ... prof.rod so .... Sod

men wllh iilfi experiencecommit ,... 181 Nite Only Pendlrtli Cbeerolel will APAOuMENTS au Owl BEROM. Nicely furnlehed will Price nieoniblo MO S.I3M.

on bnl Reply by let 7.30PM. pour U Itt Hoaa .. DndIU..lnl when 500M4 ooudl.
EMPLOYMENT .o c..o. Pot.
rII.
B.
'Irr only ''a Lewlon BrolhrnP 16' FURNITURE Boul 1.0..bl. All ..
MO ulUI. ko..d. boO sod sold "r 5*
0 Box 'ms OrlindoPlorldl w. buy or nil for 2.101.
yoi By pete 1310
PAYMENTSTOO .m..I. Oook room. dsllp rnsId sorolos.is .
CAR
CITRUS JUICE SALESMAN' ::. WtTH ..Pnr.sl110.1,11polaOellsnceaso. BUY BUILD ..11. "II..... FHA JIMMY WALKER'S & Appliance ExchangeMU LAStS PARKER lonlr bnnd, .. North Comb Road ..8..0.A. a pro ...k. ..... 0000. .....
four tile bun tonoon .
room .
BLENDERS"Blending sod VA morltiiei. Plret Mort. 22222 Lakelan 5. Plo. 553-7545. Or...
bIll Suo,000IIlIOs '0 ouch Ppr.Is .... Corp of Florida. SOS 0 PI, AUCTION CENTER HIGH? Uireo room studio. .ioolrls'. NKW VERY nice one b.dpoom Sle K.al..k A..
tint floor. MU S.S734POUB 11 lI.rl
"eat :
Tank Tenders" SchoflIr 10 b. llslOrd' 10 10k' di Ave., MO 0 3137. S39S 0 5. II Eut 302 E. Memorial Blvd. block Quiet. ",I..t. Adulta No .: .

MUST HAVE minimum of,OYO1.1.Sus.. F-J'6.M snsslea L.k.l.nd 00ulltsnWrIlo 1.50. lOCAL BFABONiro lit mo). CARPET. CARPET W.U.to..U Pendarvli Ch..oll will pip..ol. eirpetlni ROOMS.ind bl.Amerlra Will toil pot*. AIM two houee VERY fOCI prlvilo ro. (.Mrb..I.

... ..ne. SI 000 to 19.000 For Inrmillon Mlll-endi. Run cut ,our IsIs mo.1 or and ..II.bl. A..I 11. 1030 Lk. ._ .. lino ... for
1 to your 104 Cat Oil FillAiburndili affor adult. S4I South SueTTRACTIVELV wood Coo, .Ir. .
home cin
3 years experience as a I phono .B9 BUS. HIM ..d .1.. and odced. New on you lu.IU'. .I. tint people. i '91'.

Blender In a citrus Juice 58 Work Wanted BUnDERB ::-BUVERB""Lonimnrliue ; print fabric mill.endi ... hero Bet Mr. Ruuell LAKEP'OOOST 'Nout ChlldrnOso.Opbod. CLOSE D0"'NTOWN. Prleitt en.uince .
,I..m loam ...II.bl. Win,r '.b.i.. reduced Bin at 'ROPANB GAS for 000SIO. blrsnInn. PURNIHHED Han Cull ... Oenb.dsnS. week S2.1 south Now
plant. AgeOPEN- must, wllh snout lotorrotr.n,550d our fibrlci wirehouH ill.. hol .''''r. I,0lsstinn. Ibdo. PENDARVISCHEROLE .nd two "bedroom apirlmenu. 000SoothPlorlds 8.S.23JO. fork A.I.. MU ..
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TRACTOR WOR 001010 d Mow' I'l O. C Hamilton Pibrlpi. trl.1 5... Call $188.16.. b's In50,111 Phone MU .3.n. .
Vilnifon II ConventionalPHA sod NI.lwmr ,
pas company physical N.. OOPr, 1323 050 EAST SODS oottaie '3' Chlldnwelrono CE ROOM ..
I. mod dlarln ogulomin 0. for oeir
at Slalu. Compare atoblliatlon no U. 17/10 mire North of Intilo .. PURNIgHED OR aeml turnllltodleautltul .. .1110.
On but S10 weekly
OArS spr.ber, C.II 'or Ores ooU. Llkellnd Uorttite ,. 4SINGER. Hlthwoy n. .. Like Morton ISMorloa I. Routhntt. (10 .... bll 414M .>
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GOOD PAY. Good opportunity -msls.Prpdl P..." MU ,-19 ,a Cony 20' Bo.lh TasOiu. A.o- Loko Drue. Phono Mlei. lit Idaho or tU.iota.

JUNIOR WEST ill Uwn girvlc. Pu. 054-0173. 105 JewtlryWB 3.J8SI.
for long term employment _
SLANT-0-MATI 131 For MitcsllonoouiPOR 136 With Boor
i horns
1 sodsPealIo,. h utesmon hIs. and lICE DUPLEX md .snaaospsl. R.n.

,1,101105' Plo,. MU .132.. It so0nOnr Would' like rnponiiblt partykt 10 WI PAY ...b. dl..o.d. .old i PAY. .CA81.'o pickup Pleait trluck..401MU or moot W.,., ,...I.hod. N.or .01.
MU '.1700 72. Cre..1 HORTICULTURE ,. I...In.. old laid. p151110.0. .u..r r .d. .Odo. .. 1033 Cumnerlind MO s.MMSMALL RENT or boos. By owner BOARD WITS lunchee to .0.
APPLY Florida State Employment -Drive. Likelind. norldi over 17 SS monthly ...m..1e N.loon' ....Irr. 101 bulb FlorId. -. :218.CASH B.lldl. 40 i 1. two bedroom TelevliloB room KeaaouMo.Bait 72
'' ,n lot Sinter lo55b.Ms0 I .. IN a "..h. cir or plcku MODERN apartment rear uNd ai .
CHRISTIAN MOTHER hones dli.dePn .. .
Service, 515 East I older. Call wu I lam cloeeta. for adulta 114 lost S40 113' ilM. Slot) O ai. ,
... 71 Fsrtlllisr Feed utomallt. 'ea or a
In hor 110m. .. p150.1u0.0. Soil I Zlt Zoo coneolo mod''I BUY intlauKlocke. wltcheilewelry : .6..61. Lemon PloDs IfU S.7330COTTAGE oh..h. .
location Sll Montana
Lemon Street Lakeland ,scd llrsaoniblIral.s : SIll HowardWANTED Or "011. 131 Unfurnlthwd
I..d Hint machine. Like new Bal, AIM dlimondi. ..1.II.um.nd 10 .. .m. bedroom CB Aar
'ho. 082.49.3 OLD lunk can or ne. AND front SpsrtmesLclean .
-- aROUnD PEAT mock Pros Sad I aoeis.1, SI43 I omi John I Lareen all I homo furnlihed unformatted
BS MU or
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WHITE OR colored m.. dr..: ALEX 'WEAICPOLL.' 05111-plo"I :: soIl ml.... Lor."d 2200 .. MslsI 5-4037. Eut Lrmon wreck for caih Prompt plcku. and well I..ho. .S mllei North of Lakeland SIB COURT AptrtnonU
1"01'.1 ... 'or Obbopr. sod I Pol 000.1 IoIU 3..031. ('." BlK-k. 0535001.WILL ound couple. 10 l"hU'rn. LNCL Inert for .
phite iind for liwni C.U MtI I Id'.1 for retired month .ld.. 41> Welt .Io.o people
IlIhl .ok. C.nuo. hindIrso I:/44301COLORED. CLEAN PHO.PHUI suod lor reduced CLOTHBHUNI, S and FOB" '. 0,55111' 106 Machinery & Tools \ PAY ciih for iron car .or Lemon 053.2440.POIVATS .r.1. 13 B.lma.. two bedroomi oomplete. North Lincoln and Wo 7tnMO .
non or 0. SOLl.1 So< ul" Alt --- 1 5005011.101wmnldod .... ... .
: WOMAN 05010, d",; '1500. Also ssn6 .nd dIn for rill 41" p1,11,0. 1 or older. MU S 1140 I' 005 nor 5,0015 131.CLIAN
'D..m wIth S
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man fur 010.1". slId pird ..01k.asmi ENTRANCE 000,10. o0.Olnn orei, 1.1.
pa,to .1'.lnl WrIt Bo. sock Clll K'J e.JS2.MALK 5 Civil. MU t 307SClll husks. .S.O and '11'0 pal.. WB PAY 015 uP lor Junk .oraPro. porch. llvlnt room bedroom lr.n.d bulld1.. 300' lIsbon. ",0.1.0... VNFURN1HED du.I..

1H Llkelind Lrtin STUDENT duICdo-loll COW "R ('ILIZIR lor ..I.. 510I i Home delivery .... Phon. 645. Lathe-1962 Model ylek un Tokel'S 10D sod bitoh,0. blUl Conyenlrnt Boulh'nelthborhood WIll rsoh or I.. for 'JO 60. Q.I. .u MU .

lImo bookkecplniJJ po.llion Cull I I lo.d. Call .m.s PrIc.. MO 2. 91119 Watford Mania501.110sDIOOkO000Ki .... 16 0 12' .lIh 3 bin /0..1. In., .8.317 old. Ctuplt only R .C. .ormonl. U4I.

College Students .1061. BirlowS hnlnorl 2 JO, 0117.J Sill .lOIm.. Ia_ ,hulk' M ounledrle tel. m.l.r.Coolln. OU.3383. A.1 and Dick Stroll. ion MODFRN THRU room ....1'1.

.nd JO urekdiyi W PEA VY fill dIrt Slab' roek hI... Shslrs d..h, OIolor.s, ibole m Thr..d dl.1 121 Mobile Homes ATTRACTIVE. UlMm ,.. K.I Main. phone MU S.133. bitches* 1.1 b.l. tround floor.
Apply now for ; lesm.. 5,011.SnCiiO.4 nIl,.. Our- CHIER.UI Auburndn I WO '03.a. N rais downtowa.
summer COLORED WOMAN..-.n'- 0.0'; o'or hilt el". "ho..h. .n' ..., ..1'.1. .r morkl
work, earning opportunity mockorbllOd000 WOk somsId MU 2.7088UHOUND nIl.11.501.0 05 Cochnn Street .11 PRICED TO SELL. OWNER TRAN .RRIID. ..".1 .II ..I.\. Includmtomatlt CO: M M I RC1AL .IBIDIN"A Ad.ll. .' .

W''h Avenue. 5511 '1' 1 10' ... lot heal rarkluK8IRABLE turnlehod or ." .
Cell MU t I12DENTAL PEAT S3 null yard 01 c.. br leon it Lakelind Fordruck Rlol. la.Ila. LAKELANDS 0EWUT. 1..1
for $80 week for summe yard. Baiel Put Company 438 AUTO OLASH end door repll. Toon Memorial Blvd or II '0' 8"..... Oo'oa' MobIl Mel Rudy Realtor 15S1 Bait snd 0155.1 I.. bedroom 5950.
AHnool'ANTFserrb. .
work earls Initilled Por 0rscsaumsS Cill MU 2.1102. Pork. S .231.TRAlJI IIIorl.1 SSo-4107 annum.IPPICIBNCV .. nenta for adulta Central heat
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plus opportunity twin need H aIrIr ron..! WIshesprrmt500i Lakeland sIlls Blvd "B 0.87". NICE LOCATION. CIcoos. .I
poll I Ion. Call MU 1hoiplla '.11 I Cliff Ward. 313 North Mai SALES ,.... 1550,. 01,155, Lore. eloonk' spies lltllItlM tad alr-oondlllonlnt Built lalectrlo

'013.DOEPOMAII100. 72-Flowers, Seeds, PlontiLIOUSTRUM MU 10005.IIAIOOAVOX. 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery .tor.. pirti, .. .., la Aduil..1.,kl.l. W..r '. .. ... tr.l.h.APARTINTB. .. ranil. doss to .011....
$1,000SCHOLARSHIP! TV wIlls sisnd 1..1 ._ eured b.d.. local and .Uonol Wol CI000n. Ton country horn: S110 por month Phono sa-e tj.
JUNIOR il5Isl.sIstle VIBURNUM, Hills.los onIPlolol 00,01501. Pheos 454. tr..t. Jack'I. 4710 ".. Do... .... BouUuldi apartmenS3 TWO BEDROOM S7S

AWARD MU ..01.L Jaimlne. BOc. C.' .... Bo>. 3.01. Ward '1'.1.' .. MO S-S014 "> ... THRE.,. ,suso Isko.rool .l 5 a month Ono bod.d.ll.. /

Phone Tampa 2297133 for ViLYHOME--mil 10,51111.tdlr wood bOOst Wreath Rain treeiWlllowt GET A GAS HOT WATER .I.nt. ohs Leahy,
Now BOX iprlnii and mOI. Bouthld.
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matlreiMiytai Adull. Mo.a.
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hom.ookbes. Menlri
OrloalS room Brramoro Elm 132 Hotels Apart. .
personal Interview snsr !. MU 1. 005 78c. Botllo Brush, SI 00 U' wrlnter typo waiher HEATER FROM WARDS ONE ONLY .2..J4 or OeS 02l4.IA003I.droom H.u.I 820311. .82.7.
72J' 0.....' lI.r..... 48J3 BouUi double tube t.lfl 991 Hull.TWELVII i.&.. ..... MODERN TWO bedroom boo).,.
loridi SECTIONS Have Hot Water When menu ntssstn SOAmmooIln. PARK AVENUE Hotel cantor o N. .Urea and 570rnoptb
WANTED: APPLICANTS for poll BULLDoZeR: WORK li lend rod.GOd.I..d NEW 50'xlO' oho
.' eea-i33t town Lako Wain for clou owner
cypreii fence S blab You Need III! 11 .1
bloni :74.
Ion of A.HH.nl Buildmi ln'peclor .I..rl. CiU Flint City 751 mi. tow nonthly weekly, dally Trso.Up0.
Apply) civil Service Offloicur 001. 73 Foods Fruits, Vsj-fblsi 7' Pourtoen 4".4" ......, 24.Rr. Installation 'COTTAGE. ELECTRIC .lh.l raMs for retired ind worklDimen
110.. 2 bedroom .
1703 Prederlckiburt. ...
DELUXE OUTHalDE
Hill npir b. pr100I.. .ull.d Food available 50001.0.5)
lIGHT AR.INTKRING ORuruoei. OIlA'EI'IIUIT. P10100 9..1. 117 N. Kentucky Woe, .ro'ld". 71J Welt 3050. Ono bedroom lumt room. .Ib.

OIL COMPANY norda fIrst elms ....nl.. ind pi ntlni liwni d.llr. W. aIIIP. PowSupo'a. SrI0.510r MU 2-5103 $3790 lock. 553.2012.liPLLiLoAN. ... all tilt bith tots of .10'
133 Mobile Horns
.lItlod mon so 1,001cr ..toUonm. "owed All kIndonlpsrdwokBe pare All rooms larte. Elsololobltoh.0.
m....... .nd ...I..nl. m.n..... hour or lob Free ..11m.",..I Stood ELECTROLUX iltractlvo three Mk floori. 313 Lei ..
.Tlolpa.' at. Polibeturs._ CI.... 81.I SOB. FRUIT FOR SALE Bal or bun, 108 Piano Musical Inil. p00.00. bath l.o monthly. WiUrftro '7'. After S ptione MO a.3JI
....r ...a .......Oft oooa .1..1. .1.I Also ihlpprd Woolly i 50011dIanA VACUUM CLEANER R &B MOBILE HOMES protection. rubbish collee or MUaaoa.

I nlsIarr. IC.. hosnlloltlslton. FINANCIAL 3801 North Plorlda, Sla tlon lurnuhrd CaU SU-UtS Free Rent.
and Ills I.'u,...", 05111100 sad 1 bIb.i76 Repoeieieeds complet Pub all athmenti HEAR 639 V, Memorial Blvd. Amiable April I. 139

oommlulon plan plus other tarn .. Sold for S19090. com TIlE NEW LOWREY I Lakeland FloridaCLEARNCE TWO ROM furnlihld apartment U.iumllh.'Hau.
eon. benefit Mutt be bondmltWrltt 62 BusIness Opportunities Landscaping .. SPA 041 EuOik t Free Towing.
: BOI ..a... Llkiland Ud .1.U balanct d.., .J7 n or SS 00 WITH AUTOMATIC I' Call MU S-4014 AL'Aln furnlihed 1 sod

C0&Itco BUblNEua and Income per month MU 9.4117ILCO ORCHESTRA CON"rtlO..1 April I bdr. Rudy Realtor
/. .icrtlei Mel Rudy. LMLA HARDY SOD CO. you pt.un s 5,55.a05 mlodp CHEERFUL T5PEI sod S room 11 central Plorldit stool 12 E. M..olo Bl. M-
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NATIONAL CONCERN retail Ifurlly filler, 18J7 E. Memorial Blvd nIOl yourillnlly IS hsod .ndSuIt.I SAL ...rm..... Near Lak. Holnl' modem mobllhome part'lilt ,liD
La.
m... experience needed MU '..1107.a 015kb.H..llb 0 0,555., REPRIOIRATOR l..loore your one-note melody 0. .51110. Adults 001,.
l5IIIO Pliull
,... '.....r. Bedroom lulte rromee I full chord-hlte To 37,5 Dna.Msroh : cORES BERI wlUi carport.UHPUHNI8HED .
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Ass over 91. Good bentflle. 1110.alsotIst S Poles. 553-3151.
ills.,. idvanrrment for COIN Liuudnl.. 10 null.... ladrl. FREE ESTIMATESIN round Polls table. roll a.way bod.esOh fus from i tO.nr fIrst ",'ro"l volums .lrsrssi Bu.. .Ircle I mobllhoaw ranch today 007 N.I ..hu.I... $75
rl.hI I.r.. 11..11'.1 1..lIn. bill N Ollmore IIU .tHllI and .h.", tai heitor. nonASr0500D 005 NEAR PLAY monl 3 CHIRPr .10. roomi Ml M faclliuee on .11. ratoaplui month. brows. MU 0-1211.
WrIt .
Boo P143
penon .1..0 loIs J. .r...... Paul THI .. entrance all new recreation ". .
..kelind kedierROUTC TRACTOR WORK. Mo.ln. dl... I.. ... IS lautt ahoUoleum MANY br.ulll.1 ,1. 550 DEE'S NIrs ., r. .I.1 O .ldln.IT'S DUPLEX f Sod.rooms. .

to. oas.410J.TRAILkR In.. ,eudtoi and ,10.1.,. 505- 0n. .8..3.. 05 41.915,1 I sod tab." lhbOrh.. Io..ln. ALL NEWDrive ..rlrl S blockt Ibo.

MAN for Ukelind arei PARK. I dspaso. S 01.115. I. rod .odin, sod srsd100. CANNON MUSIC CO. MOBILE I HOMES In. ws.r..O MIS :.M. k' In.l.d'l ..Ib. .21. .
I 10 till on ".111.. ruitomcriMimed trail.. .n' ... 2 "bedroom hou.. .U..6. ....I7J.. .. run ... S3 OS Snetuoa Out Today To -7 or 052.4050
ass 1140, and ...... 303. PlsnldI A. 6534140Opso LOVELY TWO
car o. Olk 510.000. Wrlle Bo'M.2ftl. HUh back rocker sill) N. W.b..h bedroom dud. .
phone. SAO week wltbreusan. des .. PAds, 1,0,105. S4 M 8.8" .. MODERN too bodroom du
Llkelind Ledtalbuilneie S110SO -.1. 11,10.room I n'ol..1 by .1 or month 140 or .I.
lord t. stori. Colotsluabon hl.h... 78 Tr. Surgery tutu . . 111(9Stat. PIANO. MASON Himlln, CAMPERS OALOlla N.. 161Ch.rol.1 ...,,11.1 furnlihed In a CIRCLE! M .1... .1001,15 kIno005. "3aa4O o
....4948 OROCERY. AND MsrkeLwnl'golebsod. \ 105. '28'0 5 Os55rl15 Srl5lO.rspoloc I ...Inut flnlih Like new, ..or.llntrondlils "I.k. V-b. ..... 01 0smro. 1121 Wesk OIl" 0034501.

.. Cbsn. m..h.ndl. .ood EXPERT TRill br.... b. srsd.out. mill.... 1"8 '.'jClll Birtow S33 0730PECIAL : full pow., sadsl, .ondlttsotos.It IJ' Corsellls. .. ,.. TWO OR throe bedroomi ..1.55.modern. .
Wt art in old eillbllihed' firm -MU S-4378IT .. C sollynor u. trlmmln. fertlllier t.t.5. SO lb. SI.Oil :. ofindT Dor.do esmoor wItbsrenr MOBILE HOMEThis lawna ichool, atom.

and irs look Hit lor. lood layout "ME chow ;you how"you cm 01105, 55iullo. ,. ..srsdlostlo Deed bedroom lultoi compute "'UdIO', Coniolec SALE 01 Biby..nd101..1.. I 00... ..II 50500. "1.1 Our ., 000. TWO .BEDROOM. b.lhoom. Ills mortm.st., 1050. .61 Inoludlnt utllltlei. SIS.23..
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be In builneu tor youriell with onslsestoor Ion LI..n. .d sos op Chr001,5 ,- Week's Special
"rl" solo 00
and tillmiter lor reilden' our t' 180 .,
our Rral .h. P000isbed. 160 CLEAN ..
10"1 barium Brown S04 South TWO duplri.ine .
till) sod a him Income "potentlil the tint Iodine.. For 1015,5 don. Ret, S4110 S Piece dlnett.let So plcbo.. .. .. ...1.1I.Uo. 0011. Ir.
commercial hMtlni Here and I ...r on in Initial Investment ..ru.d.r roU 10 orsunse A UoNlk., . . t II M !!or __1 Lo.d.d nICk ..Ir... Ltntp 433 MIssourI Avenue New I cloieu otorel. litOecooll
eondltlonlni
air l I. >n opportunity department for the Mint tlOO Eirly retirement pot 550,5. aYJ-IY.6. Oood ua.. TV I . .149 IIS VSED BALDWIN.Hi ard Oranimo 0' HO0. .ur ..Ir astIr SI.tan. TWO BEDROOM ...'...1. nick 50' 10' ROYCRAFT Inquire (2t '. .. ".
to e.l.bll.h hlmieir .nd ..ble. trolnlni mod tuldanco liven New 3 HP 81" power mower brautlful Wilnut flnl>h 19.1 15110.000Osb,0ller. I' 'urnl.h.d very reiioniblo. Ap- I RENT OB cell. air condltlo.,

.mm,00busllp .k. 0000 105 bsollIlpist HO.biOdsedmlr6 can work toIher II. I 505 .. .. ... .. 141 M Lo.n.1I Inc. 100 Boutn PlOrid.A..nu. ,rom.I" SIssos boo,. Srand .... .lp 122 souui Florida o His beiullful three bedroom Utlni.dlolni .
lb. deeartmsot Wrll.. Bus F. .. Write Bin lllti Btreet nremIt Good land stools and refrit- .. 6U.3181 "'1. 113. Glue .rlO 051' 455on & ..... $4995 FlorIda toon lido.goullnlde .
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2" Lak.l.nd Ledsr. 783.3 46. Zcuhyrhllli bltween t 1J.1CTlON etatori .. . I4ISO up C.o..1 y5Ioo. II. II.), Quiet .117S.THHEB .
sod 8 m. Styli craft paint SI OS tallon 110 Rtilouront EquIpment for 8... 100 h.r. 10.1 ATwo roomi 1501 West'ArIana St.
ball
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1 AIM lam look. of Plummnt and 0." ...o. 11.1 for .... .... Dllleland 452'SoS1..okln. Open 7 Days 9 I P.M. 1102 .d .J1 Woosta. .
HardwariPOLY. ... .0. .
.88. 0 unprInolo Ip
Dik' 213 Wen Cannon .
CB MACHINE Prllldllre. Alasa 5745
I... Scheo POAM RUBBER .,AUIO ..1... lOll I., .
flavor drInk dlipeneeri Slain
510.00. 0.. IoIU CUAN WODERN liirnlihed houe. CONDITIONED lImo
BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY OUTLET I es.ote.I draft beer boi twuceu '00. DUPLEX FOR Irallors. .. Oood IltInerPsdIIlsn. AlI.. two b.lh. Vsry ,..
w. cut It Any Biel Phone Bt pelenbunt 3t VENTURA 91" TV 30' an REN ...t. .
MU S-lt"
AIR CONDITIONING relrueiillon .- WE PAY TOP PRICkS .M7I collect. \n.. 14" fan E.t lift trailer 507 East all .UIUI. ...'u..ho.BI. ,.

I mm needed We trim, 'ouWIlt Por Good Uied Purnlturtand SISOO Orow Trailer cla 2534 CIVITAN
Commerclil Trodei Initl 112 Wonted Mlscellansoos Lot 4S, ... Pirk Pu..I.hl or sofurntobed P.deo- 317.ON.
1015 boa M.JOB. Uktlind Ud Appllanraa r. '. .. kit h.. ..ulpmrnl.Srsollful fupaIuhrd 1050.or I Koomi. 3 bedraomi, I'4 kathi,
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TRAILER FOR on d..lr.bl..on.r BIlDRol
floor.. 1'.. cell .
0. I..r..o lor MU 33055.TnAILOR b.1. ranio and
CALL MU 3.2044 CASH I"OR your UDU.54 itemi r lot at WooIl'. TciIlrr I., .. Pads. Vtll.I" C., B.I..la utility room
110 3.3377. VIII.... At 91 Wood ROMB : .abas .: 0..1... .
.olOn room SIS Itirnlihed or 50$
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FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE WANT A Polk Trading Mart IlllTRAVELO. unb.rnlohrd Call T. R. T..hr.Jr. I I.,10 urden .101 .. ... l.Quir a' .I.
QUOD blillU
0 urnlbiriso 4 otAr.heusohold
1333 .
.. Realtor MU S 7173.
WHEN YOU NEED ITI IlOIm. Top .rl.. paId.MU TRAILER S Ul. one ABBOTT-HECKES CO.

_ BETTER JOB? CO. RWY 01 CAST 3.3468 .r MU 5-4.104 bedroom O O Klnkide. I14SEa VISAS :iODKRN houeetrailer, osr
-M'Vlng&S .t Main BlreetPACEMAKER ,MDBRN. 1. rooma .. adulta Pricedawnablo
Appliances -
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Take Your Choice 10146. 81. 3.0 Florldi S. I.'UI
AUTOMOTIVE near nrc bet PilmetloSELECT ..1319 10ri .1' A.
POll PROMPT rplrinrsbrls. ALLIED VAN 1.10. foP lOst DlO"In. 1 S condition Purnlihed '50. Quick
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IBM .
irilors. woahlnS 11,001005. sod ..,,1... nuns WaoshsuorTrSusf.r Keypunch Zig Zag Automatic .ale Choice loot 1.4 New 1"10' A TTRAC1V.I..TWO, b. sIr LAROI TOAILER ssnnlna Ic 051.

applbsocea. oslO Thrill' Ctu,. ,. los.. AI'.1. MU P Specdwrlting Shorthand 116 Automobiles For Salt 05 DIshes,. __ .1 .lol. .11.bu.tUul Ad.11 Onl,. Pro,.. rllr 550.
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Service DaniUo.Ot. .81.'U' .011 S Typewriting tomitlt nwlnt machlnt mo.el HOUsO TRAILER sod .shunm for InonlhI.8..3.1._ iSN-S153. See the "Bullnes Oppotunities"

Auto Repairs Service Painting N Office Machines .. 1.1k. D'.. Dmlsnoi, '.1111 ..rII Ions CHEVY U. llr conditioned oul..Call 055'SOOS bol..1 S sod POOR *1.5 rooms ONE .IRol troller. Outi,.
ROMa. bl
m. laundry faclll
lomitlo trinimlulon. radioeater
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will .
00 PO' month Pull, Suaris. .n"'I".hur'bo.r. ads in
.Ih. IU. today'spaper
tinted Hail tl.400. Call lei 114 .. peta MU
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sil. 10545'
Comptometers HOUCETPAILSII I.r 701 1
OENERAL hOC 0nta Front 8PR1NC1 BPPCIAL Will ..1.1 ..... &lU 1..137.NIAOARA 050.7143w. .0.rl. 0i1.s ....2.
.50511,0 mot. truth and sIr bio,k. trim Oni coat pilnt u. S Bookkeeping H..I.ol.... 505045 Tnl.r IIMNUO. for the best
.h..1 hal snebl.. 011,0 and lured eluded, two or three bedroom PlNANCB R noPspn dll Is P. '. ;ii iean TWO bdroso, trslb.r. buy.CL"UI."IID .

I"", .."..d. MU a"I7I. ho,... for '8'. Alu houicniihInt Start any Monday 5004. Low 55 140 do... eunahla.0Sd Cl 000 BUYS Ills (raIls, John's 8..Ulul I.k. .1... N. ..0.
THERMOCYCLO'AD C.... ....8.... ..id water furnlihed
POSE? PiiIIPr.t.. oxir,, 554.4310PAINTING m...... host ..d with Mobil Ham.. U mIles WHI of C.I
Day or Night srpsrmtt .
....1.. center. nis Norm Pbirlds --.-- --- 111,401,01 t.o.o.nlus... SI.15 30 usa FOlIO ......I.r nOse. Flint cur on U Exceptionally nice apartment .81IJ2.
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Arena. for 1b.1 SOOPOrV5r5. WASHING floor fin 500,1 .1,40. I... top conditioner ] v... .tom.U. air onadlUosloSEsIrs. they are all _
lb on.afat in ,.....110. on the shIns, Interior exterior work Lakeland '15. Polo" .,... IS". 17'0. II" .1.... .rI..t. ....... 125 Kiss for 134 Mobile Home lotsUkelind
New modern Air
famIly u. .I.h Ohs 1.1"1 .1... P... ""m.'... reaeonable Prides MO 1153-2200. gone -
toss) ,0lllp..I. Our mehsnlese5055 6..l.1BOD. oBI3olg Mr TurmsnPicture I II Business Institute, Inc. e.7s7o,1,, conditioned: If desired LASS BOnNY N.bU.Ho. G. M. C.
1981. loIs .'b."I0". SCHOOL tueM Oood Pr .
VOLVO 1BED
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p.rltp 15k. r 01 .11 .u.Iomoll. ..
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On Lake Wire Lakeland Oll Wool HI5IIId.SHALLOW Ilo.r spend ta'snstnbOalOs. .dlo. clean Prom 4198 up. N S.BS14CIS Reasonable summer ratesMIT II. lI' bits I.
050,05105. Cull 053.32.03Atlsstlfl .. .
Slob tins
I Frame I h..r. iooa. 1142 .. Norm Lincoln d" Munlet- A. sis tmf Ins
lldlct Wl llvt BH Phone 6869858 i WELL pump. bIbs or.. .U 3.3..4. Bo.IIIIDOI. A. pal eloctrlt, wiur .. aewortor pickip truck fry .vorkudsot
Ooisn 515.05.. PICTURE PRAMEB PalIlblll 'I'. Two uied televliloni. 5ulCr 3.244piiiim.. taa. hon ,llnaa, Block .
ride. SM J4K3 &7 MERCURY hardtop automatuanimliilon Tooll Ones Park Shopplnt Drive ." -pries
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105.55 sod .
.sulaboi Custom .d
Auto Seat Covers ....d' made. Oi sraur 1 0100. fLORIDA'B LARO.8T sod loss. power brikri sad rlmtl. Oood lk flihlnt SOd boat- tin- for ,.u.l.
... Muet SJ90 MU RENTL 130m In Sll Eait Bar 5In.t.1Kooa i Smell .
a.07 Orleiiu street MU 1.JiW mod bpsuly .h..l. Lshslsnd 99 Boats Motors Supplies .I. Ins 1140 North Cr, -
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LINUS AUTO SOOt Co..... Corn- A..." CoIl... US E. PliCompletely .. .1. 11 30 room ...' tal) Lab Drive. MU S-7473 M68800LAKELAND

"1.10 sAt000tln. 1,10,10cc 'JSe. romtdnldslrsondl. aloe BUICK lood I...... .. 11-1'.1. Ssna .0210n.ikIV. Pins ACRE wllh and
1001' CABIN cruller. 70 MPtani -
-... M.'n' Ploonc NU I.htIO Plumbing Supplies tlcned imple pirklnt Mil S.4.H ,urr motor IIm.n HP Mirover sled .U..I motor. radio .. 21 Business Pieces for C.'k.10.Roll. tM 4031 11 11mi" Us pavod .. and

BalldinREOAODEI.INO ; It H MORRIS Do'il Yo..11 I HEAVY EQUIPMENT I. boomlniment lobs piymfnli. Mu""i.leanS Dholitory lood Eicellent. con- .n AIR C000ITIONID ,fflolomo. .Ird,5 ipaco 055.0000. FRAME
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Plumblnl id 111'0..1..1 50,0115. rosIn sam 'or hsor SOOIefllIngoleonl i rlBtROL: 40 lIP Mpp.OAPY. : POSt RENT tr leieo bulldlnt atlt POnds 00010 0cm. OotrbsosGolf LAKELAND GARDENS Mobile
.WNINOo. n.. ntofmsolos' 55d dor on.'o'' b, 101..11, 0..11.1 ....11..1 condition Wind.'anll'd. '.s BUICK .o..rlbl'. N.. ....., Boulh Plorlda A.... corner Coors. 410S North PlorMi ] Hom. Park 5.051105..511 on & AXLE SERVICE
..r....d patIos. noun icreeniiidlnt Ion I rental pipe cul ind nrnd. o. our 1100 si.s .ror.I top. electric etartlni tiltIrsiler ) Oa A"-I li.t Belmar Cin be uied for am Drano aod Old Tampa

ind feuclnt Plioni MU .d, 14 houn ....lob. .S41S. I osroe,d.. N.llo..ld. elsop- l ikli. etc Muit loll lOis : .O'I.M :. kind of bu.I..... Pt00100550b1n5 930 Furnlihld Houses HII...'P.1. ..."10. h.U. 50uf.flshoard. W. Menoeiol Wobatk LaO.Pbs. Blvdl,
..aJ87 for fril oitlmitoConcr tua.68J4. Likelind. i.erol,5, 0 onrssa se0000llol..:...ke.4. .050. ... .t Nol.1'Lak.I..d STATION four iaco. juit a few blocka from I .. tundor ... Ps. .
lie Writeland GOP 5-hoot.. ".k. 12a. E..I 11I.010".1 lIe, well : clean d'.l.rl Southern CoU.... CoIl .t BEDROOM borne ed r_.. Ilbl.l.cll"Mo.r.. IS.-I e.I.
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CONCRITI contrioivewayi Wl POR8CH Super SO-S 000 FT I : : : DI"L"!_ _
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POR ALL your prlntlnt Pub lri.s.4 Trailer two lulla ----
10. floor. lldewl. .. LIVESTOCK .. mi. OJ.ID. 1.1
.. rail MU 2.1'0. Commerhead PreiiIne of .1E..II.nl\ condition FOR RENT! I
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.k.l..d. .n. Allen tU S17S or .M 307> 30'.la'. P0.50 purkla. ,
sOon 530 m. ..id reirl Terriuo IWorl Ideal' NICE ONB bedroom all .11..1
Radiator Service II medle' kiOdbos. Call MO 3O'' Come In Meet
Dogs, Colt, Pets for do.a 01. or Alt
102 Clothing GOT ODDS .u..I, ..1.1 I koulIss
ANY TYpa r.d''or' sectorS and sit ... SIlO m.oIh.
CUSTOM MAD! d....., lllproven .
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I C.U R Tud. Jr.. 5.01.ISP.
FORMAL, PINK Ieml .1, .hll.. I'
ind gpholiterlnt. Your fib.rU 5 R.dl.ler ....I... MU BOARDING HOLLY Ketnell .hnr' :
orson. Fore eitlmitei In '..1.1 C hrllit. d Ted Via Allen New SI'. 7. Orm005abl. 18' MU "71. ENTRTAINMENT
,ourboms.Easyt.rrns.5120NesTsopm Mulberry H thtiy. Floss MUBITTY flfloo AND ENDS
Hlthwiy. eadSuso.hncei RADIATORB BLOCKS cleaned 3.11503 ALLAUANDA DRIVE-tOO Mf .
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on,.brSsIbt vehicle. ,Cyclr-PIo_. Qentlrr method. 1201 Re S POODLE Shoppo. .... 103 Furnitur i Applloncoi I. beautiful .... office seed not b expensive.

South FlorId. 01. ''''lon.1 trnomlnt. iludi. pup. around the house? pact Una front office. and
.. 12S3 Rilhlren Roid Shop. VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt, no.naditlnoPd kIcking prlvtlo Centraloondllloned Check the Classified see-
MUTUAL PINCC Compiny. IneLoweit MI4IUII. Homi. .8.II.a8.: new Rrpiire. partiOr .1. .I
p,,.... no down payment RswsavlngPOK : ..,'Hid Electric ]UI Cleveland Tr them Into quick cash Plenty* of built In lor good buys In
.u.,........ Wo wont M under SuITOR PETS reilitered lor foiwrrler Helinu. Blvd, MOS.0307 | ..... Across ...1.* ton u.e
pipplei 01.1. Oilmen .
aXPERf 10w ..1.1 of Classified Ad. Just
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sold Lokeland MO
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'0 1',... ,,11m.... .01... ...... .110'.11. kitten. rabblU Hodiei RibbltryAKC lEPRIQERArORS. W.S H S Sb I13S per mo.t-CslI S. W T and Stereo sets
.1... p511 1t.1I. 11..1.5 OIOlh//040 J.2100.KAOTERNUNOIIOO. ......... a" conditioner.. ote. Allipert dial MU 6-1151 for an ex- kard-MU t-3133
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51100in5l20 Ki.loloslanaudbior.e
PRICES SesC I.\luro prlnosMs. Rooting CHIHUAHUA pupplei.
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')'.. a Pur.ll.r. PbaS 453.St red Dichihund "...".. Chlhuielud .] d..lor. Nit. a boo TOlAp01110,05. -
ALL 1YPK3 looflna IOP.I"d 5' 1330 Aukurndsls ad
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Income Ttx C t10snpn. ....1073.110011. Csms'IsD. 5000030. norAm.50J.700l.DALMATIAN PUPPIEat-a femileeS i CLAISI IUOIiPCAV!!" CL..S IID 000PLAO I !

weeki-beiutlea. -wormed dIl.tamper .

INCOME TAX Swimming Pools .h.... 140 ".h. Wllkln
ion. Barlow S3].S3MSA8TIR "SPARKY" THOMPSON

$5 and up POOLB CLEANED npllrod J lll ..;fl 1,551.5.' '"" Pr,. A Job Where You

P I 11111 d. chomlceli luppllee. .n.sn d kesl Do... Isllra WIso.
H & R Block Co. ilpment' woOl 70S tait Mali U' ....n..0 Aenue. Luk.lsnd

Wi.kda.. I A". Is S PM.Sst. ..U .-..... plUALil .ULI Sad .hl' Can Make What You H. would likt to toke this to
II. for Isoil
.UP' eas-0251. orunit
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Tslsvlilons OVER invite oil his friends to
106 West Wolnut St. PUPPIES Pull blood drop see
TELEVISION rapairi on all Dichihundi. S30 Wonderful penS ] Want To?
roll M chooet from. I female. .... at Lakeland Ford J 125 Lake Mir.
I Phon 6861951 ...k.., fait eellablo ..,,1.., tallrhrifu Copn

City MU aSIlO.Upholstering JI.; 200 Wt 2 iiMretKodl _. Sons wfco ror Drive. auto.
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TRAINED INCOME 055 son- "KINOUE AND Chlhushuu ppp.PS. .1 hs bn slin

ultant II 30 4 00. 7 00 tIll t o.15. 1113 Wool 00505- hod iwlts n,it.. If ywn hoes kwt twctuhil mobiles for I years in .

500PM oiropt ndln Pop.thu wood MU S. tts now cor ) ywr ppwrtwmty Iso_
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Mlteh.15 nOD KlthlHP CARS ti. I .
BAOOETT UPHOLBTERINO Sort
MANCHESTER AND P0. 1'.1.. 'OU isoedegs.
PesO ... 'ISOLamp
I co. Slip oovera and dripee, ... 00,5105 for ..... Low prOs toe Stop In today and let him show the 1964
....bl.. Pro ..11m."" pick amstod tiller. S.3.ant EXCELLENT HOSPITAL AND IIFI INSURANCI yo
Ripoln ... 101
4.110.50. PI1on. .U4O. TOTAL PERFORMANCE
H.llln..orib "" ..d.V'II.tlan Alto COLORBRiluro whll. .Inl. TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS PROGRAM ALSO DEMO car at Lakeland
LAMP. REPLACEMENT inidn poodlea 110 CnIlus An.... 'ROfTIL Ford. Motor Trend
Lamp parte and rope traperlilWudloi Blinds Wl-I"3.: PUN OfFtRID. Magazine picked Ford

UOt Bouu Orltani A... RBO1HTERED DACHSHUND pup. as the car of the Year,
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u MU i.4435Lewsmower UR rlCAI.. A N D hurlsuittslssotl.etarsd. ... Black and krown, Phono MU America's leading Car Chevrolet'
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90 Poultry & Supplies I
REPAIRING llwl CHEVROLET CO. Contact R.
and ibIs ihirpenod 5uaod I list uocri Russel
.U ,...,. USDA PANCY Turkey hem. I LAKELAND
MO so.2340.owen Slot Linwr,, CLASSIFIED ADS On.m.dssd drew 51512500104 310 No. Florida Avo.Isksland Nt PkMt FORDCO.

Me pound Kiuoa meat department

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS la North Plorlda Aeeaut I Pendarvis Chevrolet Co.

BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I 92 Wanted, Livestock, PottPoweee ., INC.


DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified ;unDo A I.. 45)50 nlU' ISPClod. 310 N. Florlde A,. lokslond I2S lake Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 2 1102 I

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YEPI O0tMD$ LDtS RSG1fT INTN' REAL ESTATE 1* HAl ESTATE
139 UafvniltM Hou. BBUJWfAT t
144
t Ac"..., Eats rr Sail LIGHTS IoftUA O.GQ 105-11)) ,SETTER I I
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TWO DllDROOM ....1. nd5eor,10d. PAWOaa LAND 0101iEAVYTTtA/ IC1 LBASTWS WONT r ce r'PAOM l0cURt. IP FY+D ROLL. 153 Houses For Sala 153 I Heum Fer Salt
Wed.. ....... Inluire 1332 rood wu eone ......400.... sent ami = HBAR IT PI.EHTY.GL6AR.. DOWI .',= COMB DOWN svuv.w/INTO. WHEN TUT GROUND COME3U
011... THER6 How ssl 4L = ANOTHER
Woo US""T. o* ":I T TMCBTUe | OWNER SALE
1'00a alOlIOOM.: Lo'o b.U1 JIM par acre Teraii M*, tow CAKT AHYTFIMK+1
be.ew YLIS to.1 11115,0 are a U=: .. 1. O. L,1. a f i; r t NO DOWN PAYMENT Ideal leoellap. aear Orwr hrk.
.... _.. Aq well W k : DIs war. Two ttodreoai Ca carport ,
Nil I. ...... ahoy 4154173.L Miwanad panh uumr. Lana
-.00. 1rI't.. M fwwr MALL raooo ...u, fieralebed. ak>a..
__ GIIrIIIU .... ..k MO .. IAIIOAI'IfII Mrar tara. Cow <<
....* 155.15.4. 50150 -N.
MOTIU .aMII snob Of lord MM
071 Of la arm. IMU will, bouiM. BRICK HOMES ...... "' 11. Or I..N! 1 ftaIIolid
homeniM' with' abed. s.al dawaParana rofiW M m..4 _w.
140 Wmft. T. leaf Mltc.ATTBACTTTB *. CU Uelaata momae.alaute. Phone MU -1381
(M WMl Bart -..... $56.36
IIRD baata, far ....... *oe>tniMO :;

11.1.d ot unfmMial far ..... HAn LO'I'IIID' M_.. ranriot.ert .. .0..
,..,.. 4 aduiu" Par .oa roatlaaaa. ed. water 7* eat HJM. ; WANT ONE EAST?
Claik HMHr es.-4031. AIM Mo Malta "t.. alaaa In. mall down parrMBt oa war lata
rwo OR ttraa badrwaVwironUakadl Woo_ wick clip, anrar. .WW Many .....* low _. tar three bedrooms with, tu..
kouaa. It* balk plar kp Waaaa ktki Nartbelda, (I.aao 15000/01
Ida raaat. Catrtral 110.t ... air pMlrakla Jav BawlluMo .tola now pended floor and Florida

Doabla aaraart17n.. or will Matttadleaeanle bond I..a 5. OM-4e5k room and kitchen equippednear

LADLAND I lHlLAMDil Okw. REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATEISO 1* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION fishing lake. Only $10.

REAL ESTATE can Relihta. Ut Ha. (. nowolaarlM 1 1 OOOt RN98G

Comer' bard irapetrnlt...... .for...w......011.. ..I 144 Farms; : ; Ranchos Mtscellan.evs! 153 H.UK Far Sala 1S3 Rouses far Sol 1S3 H..mf f Sale CO.,

14) MeblU Hm Lob COUBIS MANOR lota, HardktCambw IOIMWII 1A50510. 0010155 .011. SAL. ACRB lota Trailer kuildlaa NBAB cofxaaa M owner Borne AvaURNDALS.. .ACIOOI CIII I ,JUST"\jI. ;.-. ;;;.-;- IemptIFIr ; I LtolC..n .. r BEST SOUTHEASTI
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Road 70 III! 0100 wa- II 1110... 7 ruts OI& o.a4Ib alto*. (at*, p* dow* Hewunftouhaal wlttt rental ISIS oatj aaellr karoararteol I Iwo 5rools 505w. h.. 'urnlihadReal m.0.rs solts.t b 01.1431 Modem three bedroom, two
TOOU. (NX>T Utlbf 01 row tar sad aleotrM4r tlaM urns io .. Harta Ukelead HMO I 11_ Owls tot. **> Into was -. nine two ssr 101..1 SSsla.d with ...... foltr Clark Root- 0005141
._ lot IB 1oU._ Trailer Ba.taut. Leaeior aaek. M1T POMa I ae. daw*. Aleo adlolalnc" .>. 302. raaau three bathe, two rarareo air ...41"' 5-01041,01, wOO taa-KUk bath, built-in kitchen on
Lane sly pared atraata. SIVI ACRI snots. $7 Iowa. 021 aarea 1 ...... _... MaloalraTkomaa fruit .d..la. ... IM-Maa ... SPOOL 0OUS4 _..tlOD.I large "Country"' lot near
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all uUlltloa Raiirtotad Two ...UI. 1101 R14r 551150,. 11I7 M-TSMi Bert Bodtaro.OM1111 I rented and hadaaa. WattUa ....
Morka lael of Lake PVkar on 1I0000000ilmll lIaw ._. 011'. Crystal Lake. $14,509.( RN.
Memrlal Bl-d MOlT. Mato lanoa to lawn QnM SS5hburhood. -
Juaela gtraet. Poll alnu. aBdward BWMB FOR cotonro: ON liraeTTRRIT l howl 5.4110101 'h" will Iou Lae.1od 101 11- .......,. Joe P. Bridges 529 w. BEACON
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Flollowar. M. Batltoiaad CITY LOT MarUaaat Ukelaad I were Of WBBITUI I. 5015 _. WalalneIt..... I COlI 7110 .1301.. NEAR SOUTI1GATE
Oareloper. MOI3M.. "'auo. U rev** oil.,.. treoa. 7 ACRE GROVE ] ADD 4 aSDROOM *3 DOWN 565015i sod .'-'.". 501.501 :
ettw wain aad rawer. Owner. Atom .._. fro_ Bouthwml AOTIPVt MOM an lala Ownor OFFERS 3 BR 2 BATHS
6634,25.1d TO PH4 QOAUPTED BOTBa ..... builder Three ar foul bed.
3,15501 trl.1. Will Wlwdwlr ..
144 Acreage Utt Fir Sail Matured 130 worst krapofrall 100 MEL RUDYLMLA
HrUHLANDH 7t a ..,. ... aa* Tanaerlnee Price Mil ROOT RIALTOa. 117 I. all loath LlMeln A...... UodMi room, ld.al for flihlni. awlm- SPACIOUS CB HOMES $21,000

LAND al1'l-I.I. eeree aernl.rleared 213' woo 30 51. troll 5.5. 10000. 1." down. ..,.... Iswan. MEMORIAL. owlHlOl aRmMI.I .... _..._ Pull .blaroja.tton .. mlni. Lam_".Florida. arreefied roeia pareh fireplace Central Heit and Air CondillaaIvaa REALTOR
1.1000 COlI 514 a..a.. 511.1100 CIII Jlm hwsrs will T. call after 4 pro .11/10 Three bedroom i I bath.
plna laD'". Mo par ..... and kUlltr room double Buoort or Mln- .1 paar around aamfort CluasM MORTGAGE BROKER
1340 aero rattlo _.., fenoed and lI-a711.. a. Tu.... JrSuitor.. I TWO allDROOII ca 55.5 Slew. I.r..> rani with ahruu and met (mull ., 1110 ao. ft. 'lltlni ana tranmar aikaal and loafer
oroea fonred. Corral sad loadlaooholM AIL OR pots ., :Sol' trotre 1t 151 Real Eitali Exchange ar.. .....nl.n, .....Uo.. low 01 ....t. 4NKAKINO PI.. earport an* ttorart bl.b. Ibis Uta new ..P..u.bom. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
Ml par an* *o acm 3_ hook Poll A.... IUI' ..I- MU 6-7173 ......... '1._ 50111, or .111 OOlPL010N. TradW .l kai l wparal* dlninii dial 886-4107 any timePendarvis
anlr MIW tI_ .... 100 __.. Ida slip ilralte,. $5111. Mu __ 501005 .1st moor sod 15-. 55 ... 1050 i br 1101I... one llvini
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.. Head of ....... enlj (no.tot :700.[ IUOHWA't 500501. b010s.. PI100r port .... I.tO ((0114.5 151.Doty tlanal. la daelin .rt.* Kepdtntaii LOW DOWN PAYMENT roam .ilk a shown window. I
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'.CIeO tone, far Mlaa from Crproee : Call and SeeM .$. 15.4.01 flw bedrool. ....u.. 10.017. 51500 room panale tar aarMra wltu ..... hvia am.
I. blibwayfraataae. ,..... 007106. Ibr .1Lt? or ,. .13. roam wlUt Ilraprata, double ON OCR LOT lop nod workihop .... Oh 105. ctm ,$ DIPIAY
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.:t7..11 per acre. *eeO. tcree natund Crave, 107 202'. 31" WILLOW A..... 1 broo door entry. 10. .. "" .bl. araaa. It la piannry _.truau.. and
Briar Bra Lakeland, II5.b deilrtbll
L Lola or B. k GardnerDleka .I Aorae 1-T rear aid ..."' Ooodbknat. SAPS HOME In Timpa. Trade aId_... t bulb carpeted ll. ... add_ Baa 01_ bulldIt NO DOWN PAYMENT haa keaitiful oak floori Call toaw SILL YOUR CAR
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5.5100. 111 Beat Mala.Pwano niabwar beataa ami Lakeland room, .11, room elroondlUonIm ltO-1107.
rnrauorj far homa In or WinterNareai :
WU Hilt.CHOICB RIDGECRESTNORTH plua MJ ..... of land. I Call McDonald nittitaTaajpa palto. kluen with ....... Olt TOUR LOT TO US.
BUDDING alta 160.k 10 acroa __... __ frloei wU-allBl dry Lakeland. MJ-J844: for appointment 0434023.QUAUTY WI PAY TOP PRICES' FOR
tt. down Can LOW MONTHLY KEN I
Os.-sod wnri tOHI3J. IRO 011ALIP11NO three km. HARRIS ANT CLEAN USED CAli.
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Jim Po. wlUt' T R Tucker
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WILL TKADB eaaMr la Ibree roam Near aehaola ".PDI. PAYMENTS !tOSS LAKELAND
Iooh0.or LIlLA
aui. MV wMmOHOTB Jr, Realtor. at MV t7173.ACRES 1\.0&1" -
low am
bedroom furnlaaed Baqlheldehoaia doll Mnmot Bonthlr
5. PIorldo Awl
LAND 10 so.... pine for lala Mel tf, two ,111* Brunall Mln31rtnra4 andA 0511.. 0003151 I MOTORS INC.
and aakj. BamUfal klak ...<1. bedroom honeo trailer. Call MU MUST 8ELL. Tbrow 10415 CB 3125 NOW ..... A... I 1500 W. M.rlel ItvLPh.
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warm eawtlOB LateUad flu Mao loot lot 40 1-GI6. 10.700. air 0.5dS5sOr.
aolL Frloe *tw Pr acre Twin. ..nd..._. Will.... .send REAL BARGAIN MU Z.SJ)
ae" down ... R. U Gardner. Sewer water light 94 atrea In tount irew-baauU1 1S2 Real liter Wanted] 50511555. ......11351. Days phone (822884 CLAI$1PIID DISPLAY "il
R. C. Lola or 1Ia r t Lrla M fUkrnr lake-.tad bema olio.
Dick. ".U.. 1011 Baa Mam.Phoaw Sacrifice for $850. term. Onlr (40 par ..... Tarau. BAWLS PARK Tws aid..*.. Completely fumuhed. $151510 sod 15.551051 1-
*MI133LAHUa 51neard pssi. .1.1111 Soul. h.. 04.1305 10-1301 .. .13...,. :
R. M. Marler & Son .noo {.300.. ISrmISb. 651. Price $13,995.
LIST YOURPROPERTY
ATTRACTIVa blllllde George Stewart MU 2-0432 051.4105 or _3.n. 1i .

Iota, ,ororlookuit parad .otnata La*baal* OlbeonW.ur koala Duo Sutton MU J-6582 1401 at 1.YLA1Oa1n Mais Ml-Coll WITH US OWNER: 015 ".do .1.... Salts aJlIlOOBR TSalUC'1I. Tws 554.nos .I $50 PER MONTH i t oltI
031407. i ISIS. ........ fsmllp 755. 40.00t1.kl1.115a4b ca tomy I Soul o.Lrolh. I
......_. .., sod ale. wln4IUOS55.' 10
:::.o7a AUrartrra lake! "11 Mhortr' cast lOLL It. 1I11IN CUBAN IT BPARKLHI> Wrtl laadeo aael kertrwakr frame homeathat
view Sty Larta wooded altao wills COUNTRY HOME IT DOWN..' 5. L. 1501001 Palm.Sr. 119.10.THRII pad lot. Lotal ahadi. IiailaeadpaUo. nut be sold lrnswdlsll.iNe '

anrar HBO Land and water Canpanr In Goad.tJ-OOM tormo. .I A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA 1 koroa .. Baturo ...... .... ) Realtor Avenue, LMLA.........lot MO 8 14171irieit Tenneeeeo -. ,.. 1051151.81DROON 555,015 CB 151 SISOdo tel. CarL Ineludlnl All autoraetle bullMa. waeber aavll.anoaa .. ..,.oualirrint... Minimum. aa oloelni down permentid caet no I ;

'R. b._. t acreo neied paouira t. T.... A... Parklniwa 1037 .r..." BI.4. 0501405.i16o NOTHING TO DO BUT MOV ron movo In. Pnr Information: Used TRUCK Sale I
bats and 4 .... wood, LoLl ihona Mondar tkrouilt Folds
DOWN. 07147 monUUr for ,IN and atari llTlnt Walk to
wnrr T aillra from LMM1d.TED I
CB b.m. Is 1.sw..d 55,5. lltol..bopplns. M w .1
300 S. Florida Ave.
ONE ACRE with an unfinished TOWSON orr muiut, NoM UtllsSS and knlK tna. *M>4< .. I MU 2-6116
Phone MU -2191 for ..1. renlali" Mel Rudr. Real T. 151 RO 1171 1115OUb "SpecoDeivery"
bouie. Well. Septic HoaltarMV tar 161T Bait Mamorlal, 004tlOTTHRIE BOIITHOA N. a I 55115515. 11101Io et01ulss IIU .auo
a-Jit 117 *. ".. Ax. ShOppb5. 5015100514 tlIr.5 5.4.
tank. Medulla. W. R. "Bill" BIDROOII kouea waatrdMuet room hom' lral" __. 0.1. i STOP! I
be low down P......,. OI 112.010. Clltt 5511107. ......31. BEERMAN REALTY CLEAN THE LOT
Williams Realtor 6881236ClAtllFltD 147 IRe... Pra.rty leak Oood loratlon Parmentanob postal rent what pou ean bur anPHA
145 InlMu rr.p.rly rer HO Call 413- 049IS 1121 CINTRAb Anoua Finroom ar VA owne* none far aellttla
M.55r 5.45.5.1.
haM rtra Mr aatol .
a. (100 down. We Kara Mveowiplata
TWO UPLSK18 tfoor 55571.asa11 U... alia*, Clark MaREAOUNAOLB 7020 .. 305. A... 00.3151
tr. llat of PHA and
TAMPA 1I108WAY 110 II 031.Ow. kMokaaa ,.......... AaroondUloaadJ. ) Hemei Far Sale 40.01 MW .....
VA kamai to tha Lakriead
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Moat of Ibeat beuhl toreee
... : 6WNIR Lew -
muter 114 Will Main Phone '*14N)11RKT1RKMINT .
-1.11 PomCLO ED RPOf1BBBObanaln down P.,....,. Three bodroomi. OWNER SALE! 1 that ... art now paying lorrent
RESIDENTIAL COMMIR C a A .. BPICIAb Nil w> man W.,.' areaeMnl two lull bathi larra Florid CALL Ua.HOWARD.
nduelrlal lots alteo til areaa. Ha 'ca dupleai Baeaildn partlalliturnlartadi II..* Realtor. IU7 Manorial room. I oar ......... ....a. On Small down payment one NEW 1963 Chevrolet Ton
Rudi. _"'. IU7 a. PUroerialBlew. kear ataraa tOOl ofItr BIWC OM-4107
'lots Id. Phono MU -483l or oa Parker Road In Midulla, I GILLETTE
tMtlVfIMDDITIUAbTkAOT. taaaa 153-11'5. TRSS56000050 CB. Ilka new. MU t.HIM*. III... bedroom, tile bath Cl DOOM Castor LMLA Dark Green, Long Wheelbase,
Come And I adjolnaKraft 50010' PURN5RID' spor1.1.510 career ..... aU kaat eondltlaalntPHA kT' OWNRR 301 Miami Blreetnear with tarpor and ulllllr .an kM 11* W Walnut it 0. Florida
Paoda, .pprwita>atalr It soar .. W5r4., nstrd. 611,101 Widow aaln* aorta ammo Cadat Reelauraut. Modern > lot appmnmaNKp. (0 nwaapraleal Phono MO 1..171HOMES Pickup.
A., nl.b.... Rallread too(wo.8IVIN 1-. ,:or Wilds e3-U] : 1111.BAIOAINI. remodeled two 5.47.10. earamtobam t 9._. |00 k mtnthparmant.
Get'EmWhile I_r I. 1rSS.A 501100. 501. 164 PROIITAQB. two bomoa. InInduttrlal IIAUTIPUL _.r. homo. .. .. room. 550 Call Earl TTauaa MO
.03. aonln. ..... ReduoadLrahr 50.0., 15701 _. lilt MIb. 2. kitchen lot aooilir ar will a.70D' or MO "7113. $1495
COMUIRCUI. Iota. IMblorki Realtor 71* north Maea., oauar tot, eoamlenl lara- divide/ Kaer ...... K attalttledburer BY
laet _... aoraer Beat nea-4341 Usa near Crralal Uka. (1 *oonarida ... MU .-7_.
We i Parker (treat, Parker Atenuo. : e..a 'or ....,... DrI" U Ills ATTRACTIVE two FHA MANAGER
P11 10... DOJPI.U.. food CL location too .aa will ft. oarrratortauo. eaebelda 1.5550.0 A...... Call 1war. bedroom CB. I.... Florida room SUBURBANa
Owaar ....1_. 01.76.0. IMlnim, ThsmswTIR1s uulltr. awnlni .1 4o.... Ult kalfe
144 Farm CrtvM Rinchet 811D&OOile lilt h.b. Ineulaled." Mroh _''n..., near $100 DOWN SPECIALS
Got 'Em I room, air aandnianad .hoo' ..... .n' ehur0.50.. Psvd .II.lIlful 55w 0 bed,50whorn.
( 148 W.tsefrest frwiwTtfhlneha iMieed >.... Rral, barialn In arerp 51,1.1. no oly ,..... Wondor.tut d""D.d for S 1.5,111 .111I Ysd, Mole. Mmes In al lots.i iI
dailikblo ....L_ Call MU .I.hbOrhoo4 Id.aI 001/,15/ Slob of children Oak Ihtdedot ,54551. Cnsle1.l7 1.0550,11.41 Wee Now
AREA IN1ST.
Ttleea oaro ara offered BEST CITRUS lee PT. IsM/wa. M 111.5 1.51of .....n or after 0 p on. 113..95f moM h.m.. n 500. Term.. 515 WIM olrenlar drive formal I 00.1057 prmsnt. 5s low '..1.R. .
tint flrattervad I LUCIE COUNTY. 40 A. La..1..4 o. 1.130 ."' 11..n' for 15.15 I. mr stilt. lnlna roaaa larie braakfftat' area.prioed 51.10 5 505 alloy 01 5515.T. : '57 Chev. /i ton Pickup ,$ 795 $ 545
an a aama Last lot for .. M I4900 Huh R.nUC) 53.000. 18..1. Ch1. Ill S.....aII. two blab, ..., S 11111. 451 o. 501155 n/5. 55111. .
, kaai* Pr1Msr. trove, good varieties heavy and ..,. Ca* 10 kr beat .. Kla.Immae .,151111' WIll 054011155 .05 554- of Wahaib in Urllno A.,... AM nMred _... OLrs rO Nil.c.po&ttl.oI Ford F250 C&C 995 645
1114 .. .an grapefruit about 18 ar Miami lea PJ. C. Lull. room ...... perfect aondlltaaj. trade lor build/ I.. 101 tr truck. to inlkt oa TUCKER, Jr. 59 . .
srI IN ... _UM. !Ito'I ". ... CMrdarr. a U Babe ar Bud Ideal. Ioc.'.... Clerrland krlihteaetlap. Owner. .taw-171. the .,..'". CUlOdl-H '
old. Excellent pro- Leu M Dick ,. 1011 Met Par (11000. If sold kr, "iiii.. REALTOR 59 Chiv. H ton Pkkup 995 745
S OWN11R 140 llna.er
'duction. Priced far below "aw 55. ptiiao MU *-.Ul.APPHOXIMATKLT ,April let. Owowr el-Soul. ...... .. .
lI'roofl' time Three A. S. MORROW 311 N. M5. At. 4.00.15011MU Ford \'i Panel1095 545
'M CHRYSLER market. aeret on'TO 'rITLa _L.II. b. balls bedroom. two tile belka. ..orIda 1.7173I 60 ton
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Lua a.... 4JO ft. LakefroatBeaaUfut 5,55 Sr 100105 propon. Onsdulls. room 1.44* ... ft. llrlat area REALTOR-4.541A
CIY".01 Htrdtea,etroar 360 A. PRIME GROVE ,.. bedroom kona 1oottaoea ....... 511000. 0. wlls.tfkl.5r Ideal ....Uon. near Ort.. Park ,on TssS.Mwl 001. 140 ..31171 'Ha Arse A155 .0001W ProDO' M50.501Va MmsoalCLASSIPIID '63 Int. !/i ton Pickup 1695 1345
frM a kueaaa mew bj *ppoinament ._,...,. T.. 1 55470055 'Call MO '.'D7I. I
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....-aeat-automattaolaarin saw. r I LAND $500 per acre with. _I'. Contaat a. o. h5s.. ..13..961.NIIW TWO BEDROOM houw with 1 CLAttlfMIO_ OIl L.V DISPLAY '52 Chev. Itt ton CIC 595 345
... paver krakaa. in drainage district Loll .. L. Oardaer ar B L. TWO b.0rom h..... Rod three toll outeldo .nr. For latormatlon -- ---
Enko Otck Realtr Mil B. Mala toy tmw14/sls .......".... 1515s. phone MO iOQHTHHX 52 Chev. 1 ton w/cattle
$1695 Ph. MO "- 133. .. 11. II... 5101. a.lIl-ln 7055..w ,

I 80 LAND'within A. FINEST HAMMOCK dis THRU BEOROOal kaaaa. 1084 .ISl 1154015.. lull U" ........ elance*. BBDROOM 1400. 468 CB M,.doW'nontn.., body . . . 895 545
0501. rr5..M
drainage 105115 PO"'
in kllakaei NKtt Located t atlloaNortk
till Noah Wrbetor Ate, MU
41 CORVAIR trict. $500 per acre. at 55. 0. 30' la Croaaia- 51504 55. "'.000. 0050 0 "...""> 56 GMC 1 ton w/tteel
055.45.. 0..... MU t-ITta. mints If5. S law dole p..m.n"1
Waejaw .... C.. M .5.0 dSlt SI I.. A.....' '" BIADTIPUb ....1..1.. T....
kkevead' .k.... aH JERNIGAN AGENCY .AC&Ul1CI C 5 D A II 5h.. ror 1nI0..UOD sal, Jorrr Mard5 p1 Park 'behind Lime Itreet body . . . 895 645
vinyl wieerlar a.tawi ajaao. I aearoora weal atana CY 6-1211 or Daa WlslotsCT loon almoet new three S.d
a 11 I a tranawilaiiaeji. Realtor nawaa. .7 M. Cai.. or tome 3-.n. ...>..... two Ilia kalhe dlnlnim
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.. .. naatar 110 South U. S. Hwy. 1 -.. lots loom aaua. ** off anweek with built-in COInS ._1.I.r. WXU41015 WATtR/00017 AITI. TRACTORS
k. $1095 ._ Croaaj.a.DxanOaaHldeawaF. .. livin room aunii.n 51011.dl 1 3 5dn.ml. 1, 1 K, 3 ,...beDlCIUlIVO -
Ft. Pierce. Florida a Plllea ...... or ft MARJORIE room wltb fireplace i open.
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aad waMrtroama .
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onto palln Central air eondluanln 1500.50COMItSTI '
53 GMC Tracfor-At li $ 495
ao Aca& 1.0 0155 1.1.5015. 1 lOr OWIIUL s a..UI" Loll., ROAD and heallna. All alectrla .
51 CHEVROLET sod dalsos. pld. sn7 431545 Is ......ra .I.. ,us .... kitchen doubl. 00010550 4 dinh- tSCSIATION C/NnR
11.- 10 ". ....... 11,0rop twa katka. Gold _. ..._, .Is... pantrr Two aarLandecaped. CONDO MIN WMi. 57 Chev. Tractor-Good . 1395
"5oa "1111.. **ta.etil .. ls hid'". 11_. 5 roar lloa an ataatrta -.. CentralMa $5,500 p500104 .01,55 Plus .UII" room
&..tra.... .. ...... 1M Sato. .,.0.t. 15 sour and ... _I........ Three orenie tr.... At 1311Jaffa ../ pod TINS fsUq T. Sooty AodmA1ou '57 Ford Tractor-Good . . 1395
,
radio t. V-t. _roee. 100.000 .bra .....tlaL MMooo ., earo aid Prtoa la eell Boa R Ifloe mila two b.droom home Blrert oil MO (.M]* alt.er 0,,,,. ANi 143 IQ MO.
$695 ...... 30 men ar... plus two c. Lola, 1011 aaet Main Phono h01llr furulshsd. .1110 5tot5 430-ell dar aturdar lad 0A055 .0 1.5.5n5Is. '62 Ford Tractor-Good . 2995
..... 00.14 5241 5.01511 505 br
toM laeltdln hotieo eemaklnieavipnarat. ...-.,33' Auburndale. WO 1-43IU rdrllsster' 0. 5004 10' I. 9undar Prlrrd .bl.
paektat heaea rradrRealtor. .,.. ..,.hllerh'" tool .LoId.1 WilLI. BUILT thr11 bedroom .. IsII.I+ 54 1500555 II 5.5.5 5 5IdoO
50 0__ ..151.01. .u.._ en LEDGER 0110 11.1.. Call Isrl Truss.wIII homy Lor.0 510,515 roo. I" w. LAxe PASKIS Is.T. CALL CHARLIE WHITILIY Oil JOHN LIMMON
1015.. Call Rid ..rt. .toslas T. R. TtO $7 FORD I .. .. 5545. 51555. ... to 101 b. A 00.0445.414.1 W11 / FOR AN
50.150 Mskolm 7510. 110 t.lI1 er It xu .1 .
5 S e s .. .........,.. i o.snln 590.100. Carl -._ OMMllD ADS 5055555.C loll d..n. SO ......m..t e8800I.10051. torohhkl00 5._55.115.5150W 5,01.P
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iw1" I LAtSIPISD DISPLAY. I CLASIPIED OPLAY I CLA5SIPISO' iYoWi n---m-; bedroomi. AS.sss.w
I _ol" Florida room. two batlu ',need 514511Awaw Pendarvis Chevrolet
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In .back ,... with, pUrhouwI4M .
taka monthlr, pst-
down up
mmla. 3004 Chorrr Una tiul 5110. WsMn. 05.4 5555.1 A,55m50f5..s5 310 N. Fla. A.... Ph. 685-5145
'51 PONTIAC I I EASTER SPECIALS I >..4 aftornwani. br ".'S 1. Stow. .sd Aw.54Na ..

e Catallna Camartikla. ___CLAMIFICO DISPLAY _ .
..led....n5.w.2.5l.and-araj. -, 5.5.5.PM. h.,1 I These prices good Thurs. Fri. and Sat. Only

'(I BUICK 4.De.. A.h..tIs h.se60 DOOCI 4>Dr. Air" conaillort.powar .-,,

$695 .thai**). ..rr .1ID4it........> p-.. ........., tomotld t.. .. 5

I ... ,. .. minion. $995 4 would rather switch
$189 5 "We
'51 RAMBLER = ::= f.dls.sd. ....t., : to a

I '(2 OLDSMOIILI 4-Dwwr. Aufom.H 57 CHIVROLIT LIAM Sfofior. -..-
Amorlaen *.Baar. taeallr i
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I5.114/11Y 511. *S. k .... ra. $OQC radio cud $OQCKawror automobile from

$495 I *..11 hearer QWJ quality

'It MIRCVRT 4-0 ar MnrcUlr. R.. Y
dio kowrar ewer ttewrln*, poworkrakwa '(0 CHEVROLET 4-Dwr lrwokw4SrwtkM r d r

'U CHEVY H I *H (." it,... ), ...._...) w..*.. White ..1 rwr.ajwthi .. "

.. S. r. Autaxattraiwmieeat. fr, .,,,.".I.*. 14,000 ......, miloo. *. Xtdle' .hector, .sNoterlIJk. 1, 'K.fta Lakeland Ford than fight.

r.dl.' '1195 **lull Si IOCOn ,
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$1495a .St OLDSMOIIll .-wrakot H.r*, .wertandrriawnf p. it CHIVROLIT' iJolAIr' 2. _. TAN Come on in and drive one of these fine cars today .
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'4J MG ....1 lite, power,wJniVrt automatl$1295. ...I... OM roe* rrorMmliewn wilt 'law Id, $995, tufa.enoM q They all have that "extra punch" you're looking for in

1 .llr* >..aar. A 010.Nr I pussy M.H kteiror. Oa* ws.rod
clean
& sharp car.
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1 $ I whil. w5R W..* .. .61 THUNDfRBIRO I $$3205 ' Sodor.
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'42 VOLKSWAGEN .$f CADILLAC. C...**.. ow... L.ej$1995- a) di., kawror .not ;fcrt*'$1195 Conrertlbl 14,000 mil.**. Lt. .. . ... I *, V-l, rddlo I : krator . . .

Hermann ttnla, traalaan. sir ..' tl I'<* WOK rim 'n THUNDIRIIRO $2P,05 's0 FALCON 4Deor.Stoadord 795

ONLY I Ij .11 rferaHat. laodeo- (121 . . . .. friwnrMlri. Nk . . . .
$1795 '61 FALCON 4-Dr. La* $ '(I CHEVROLET:Impel. 4-Dwr Harw- '40 FALCON 50111.1 Waean Z. _.

j I '62 p fOliO.w. Rat Go..*..sad.. 500 5.501'4-De.. l-oef. A**.. .Sep.IerI.I, (Pew Aaramafid. this., .pawar sR dilf atrhtf. .s1. 40 Sforlon RAMILIR Wgo LA. sew . . . $1095 Sidle, ......r. .1 lr . . . . $1095

.. rwtfi*, koofwr, white ild. will 57 FORD 2-DoM 1.
Pwwwrri"" < '.I RAMBUR Stttlori Wt .. : 695
i St. art IMfte., hoo5r. mr 5k.s. SIT.ttJirIl.OKTlftMM.CI Nn,. 164 ro. $2495 AntwmwH f.diee! .... : Ill. MW . . $1495 rwa-0-Maflc, radia, :., ; . . .

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I .61 CORVAH. ...De.. PwirIIdO." r.. '61 CHEVROLET I.....,. I.Dee, H.... 4-Dt.r Harotop. .... '.*' . .. . $995 powrf wrokot, rdi, .Kowfor .
.ia. ........ W\I" rlr", .%.I,. (21 I .f ...... wax ..4. M* '42 FORD .
!..., M. was. $1295 wkrr*. AvtwHMta rrwrtamlMiori ,.. 61 CHEVROLET iltctrri 2-Dt.r. $1095 IICtZt.S:: n. $2295
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CHIVROLIT $0111.5' W1e5. P/5.* w.tt ttroo. $2495 'J9 rORD Curfom 4-Dwor. SAOt '57 MIRCURY 595
60
j' S .tplido. .k ...dlt. M64tfl A. tmtlK, .: rell *n4 'hooter . O 7 J 2-Ooof Hordlop. I'll.' . 5. . .

I ....... I'.ka' $1495 ..9 CHIVROUT 2-Dwwr ( .,11....'. '(t FORD foirltM' 500 4-Door S.d.s. Ftrt-O-M"K. 51 MERCURY 4-Dow Hordtoo.Ilk 795

Naylor lye *ra*. Or* ..-. .Me esd $995 pawar atttrinf, radio, koalor *n4 .I lr $1495 sow. 15,000 mllot,/ . . .

'61 COMIT 4-D.wr. .der" h..o.r. ...fe. '
OLDSMOBILI 91 4-Dwr Sloan. *iLa 46 NASH 4-Dwar Sddon $295
(I $100
.,-.fle '40 CHIVROLIT '* tea plckao, 4.. : I77W 54.000 ;mllr./ . .
M-h5$1195 waNotlr, . . . . .
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I.... Ch.... 1095 59 FORD Ctloiio 4.D_ Sdatn.La.daa. $1195 SPECIAL '59 FORD PAIRUNI 500

L MAIN ST. J7 STUMiAKIR Hwa CMP. TW. Hid hack Air, . . V-l
1047 $ 4-Daor Hardtop. Wkir. ford0MotleCQC

u.d Ogre .u.- k" 795.J CHEVROLET 4-D.ar ..r...... '(3 THUNDIRIIRO.Lutot1. SAVE ? ? ? powor M...in., radio, ",'... On. Day Onl,. A. li O 7 J

Maw ..... MV 75101Opea I .515 ....... w..... r w. $QQC Mover kit trtloa . . .

1 hlllings TIn 51 hieter.P.'oArpkck..Rst.w. N .,.1..... ,.. >) .keMN* 77 J

9 P.M.a.P..p I =.--- awer $995 ',. = S.p.r wtrrtaMtl"II"rrorwrara.4Dor.Raa'io .. DON HOWELL, USED CAR MGR. WE BUY CLEAN USED CARS


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