Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00026
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00026
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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: A LOOK AT THI HERD-Today's cowboy must Kill rid. omono kli h... to not Mtitf.ction.

'Tib ofj look for sickens end now born colvos. Surv.ylni hoaltky bird brines tho cowboy

!rch Cathturday ofPope- 3 Shades Of Past Linger In Polk

s last

'Igrlm.Stolz.will 4 ..evH e f Where Cowboys Still Ride RangeBy

) Dor- BABETTE STCIMIAUSEH man usually gives his bull uable than two men." He said his horse he doesn't neces It. That's why Bill sees him
Ledger Start Writer care, making it quite a dog can circle of look
| more a group sarily like a cowboy, self In the shoes of a businessman
faster Florida is known for many gentle." cows much quicker than a Bill does wear spurs, but uses
r withe I things gala amusements, The good "cowhorse" and man. "When a cow gets out them only when he must call lie mutt watch the.
and sun-tanned girls, and unique "cowdog" are like two right of line, the dog Jumps up, on a horse for extra work. cattle market each day, knowIng
attractions but how many arms to the cowboy. Both grabs him by the nose, and Otherwise, a cow whip and when to sell and when to
hold the cattle.
people look past the bill animals are a special breed throws him over" and boots finish up his gear.
boards and find the Florida and must be given early Each cowboy has Ms favorite Although some cowboys still Bill sells Ms cattle on a
cowboy? training. The "cowhorse"must horse. "We used to wear 10-gallon hats, Bill never competitive market, insteadof
Bill Watson, foreman at the be sure-footed and able have one horse for roping, wears one. And of courseno having a packer come to
Bradcliff Ranch, between to Jump usually an Arabor one for branding, and a gun. the ranch and give him an
: Lakeland and Mulberry, II a Quarterhorse. The "cow- 'sorry' horse for checking Hard To Find offer on his herd. The competitive
.dale, 4 Florida cowboy. dog" must be hearty with a fences. Now we have one market means the
Car. According to Watson, the cool head. horse trained to handle every Bill Watson, a halter boy cattle auction. The auction
ne of'held cowboy's life isn't what moat thing." in a Louisiana mule barn at company get a commission
people would believe, "We Dog Is Valuable"A Although Watson used to 11, grew up In the cattle business. In return for the cattle sold.

still do many of the old. man without a dog In spend 10 hours a week practicing He explained good cow Bill feels this Is the way he
k at I FENCES CHECKED OUT-FlorM. cowboy l till W.hon, ckeckt foncoi on .k. Irodcliff Ronck. timers' job, but we have dif Florida might as well stay with his rope, he seldom boys are hard to find today will get the best price for his
''Urchjlounjj Riding fo.ce h *". of Iho chores .f Iht modom cowboy end ." .Important part .f kit dutlot. ferent method For Instance, home," said foreman Watson uses a rope any more. because ranchers don't pay cattle:
first thing In the morning we "Pastures In Florida often Roping means plenty of practice as much. the Job In the city After a dusty, hot day of \
libel; mend fence. But know how have thick swamps and rough said Bill, and we Just does. And, he said th ejobIn herding and doctoring cattle, I
ar t it's done? Not with a hone, woods, making the Job of don't use a rope like the old the city usually doesn't riding and feeding horses,
with a car." heading off cattle easier for cowboys did. "You have to mean risking your neck. buying and selling cattle, and

a' Life Prolonged a dog than for a man on a keep your arm In.shape likea As a ranch foreman, Bill repairing fences and machlnry. -
horse." baseball player.. must also b4t- a busincamnaa. BiOW.Uon knows he's,
'.' Medicine and ..Kt4euttv.ro.ilscience ; > 1I11"wai! lJbelle' ea "a Unless a cowboy Is'appears.Ing Raising cattlefa' a' business got a real full time Job-he's
have prolonged the good 'cowdo,,' la more val. In a rodeo, or sitting atop- and business must mean prof. a Florida cowboy.
oml i animal's life, Just ae'ttw hu rl r I
)Per ; 4 <1 ; man's life expectancy has

losNe ler.-- die been Sinus because extended.Cttl diseases.of many Screwworm and used va to, Polk Youth Show Strong Need I'

' 12 the most recent cattle threat,

berch.. wiped has almost out, but completely that campaign been More Vocational I Ir
For Training
'IUS* ended only a few wars ago.Today's .
cowboy'must also
be part-time veterinarian,
IW.M.. e said Bill Watson. "Each da] If Polk County could tx,

I ride through the herd lookIng .. used as a representative tesli

for Illness. In additlor area, unemployment pattern '
II there's a regular routine ol I[ would focus favorable light on

a vaccinating, Inducing medicine .. one aspect of President John-
and spraying for InsectiInsects i son's "war on poverty"thatcrucial

'b. Y -( reduce the weigh t aspect being the ..
of untrained, unemployed
i of a cow. area na
IB 1 Branding and roping were i young people. LWay. ft t
alto Johnson's plan outlines an
ooce synonymous with a cowboy' sy ey
.xwe life. Neither have become attack that would concentrate R
aJ obsolete, but as Watson, on helping "needy young
Included In this
a.r said, "things Just aren't the Americans
ap S same." "Used to be a cowboy group would be youngsters
. t between 16 and 21, an area
got his Job by roping
made of many draft rejects -
now that's a small part of his up
'd dally chores." and school drop out*.
Figures from the Florida
Process Changed State Employment Office a

1It n.y "Only seven or eight years federally financed organization

ago, every calf had to be covering Polk and Hardee
" roped and checked for screw counties show a strong need
L7 worm. Actually whenever cat for vocational training for

tle had to be worked roping young people In this age group

was Involved. Cattle chutes Status Symbol
changed: the whole procedure.Now .
them In the Walter V. Dobruck Youth
JACK-OF-ALL.TRADES Tfc. ronck foN"" .". malt .. a J.e..n.. ....... H.r Rill foods we just run Service Representative for the
chutes, lock their heads, and
kit ._ -old colt colM "Hot Rod. Florida State Employment
squeeze the chute up on their
bodies." Office in Lakeland, said col-

Once the cow is In the chute lege graduation has become a
ha may be given medicine, status symbol, and consequently
vaccinated, or branded. many youngsters follow
"We still use the wood fire a course of study directed
toward college entrance when EMPLOYMENT DISCUSSED Florida Stets Employment' offlclols I Kenneth RlnidoM, seated on
\ method of branding mainly
because It's easier for us. they really would be suited the right, end Woftor Doknick, oittlclpot. the onnuol) string Influx ., ......." 0'." ,.u.. ptoplo
Some ranchers use electricityor for something else. He com FENCE CHECKED Some fact clinking mess still so done" on korwbock, Mid III), but mere

chemicals, two of the most mented that most parents ....* If s fortor to do It I* a, ....
want their children to go to f
recent methods. But electric college and feel anything less usually eliminate applicant In contrast to these 'figures demand for trained agricultural :

cattle'equipment means electrical taking outlet.the than this measures failure. below and above a minimumand are available Job openings. labor, and when there

Chemicalized to an does "College may be far from maximum age. This While much of the profession is. the salaries are small.
paint Just
n't last." reality in the minds of many mean those under 22 year al and managerial occupations Presently, statistic *a y
youngsters said Dobruck, and over 45 year are most are actually well saturated there will be an even larger
SWK is the brand used
the Bradcliff Ranch, owned on "and a* a result they become often included among the un many openings exist In gap of unfilled Jobs In the
Charles disconcerted and uninterested employable.Polk the area of skilled and mechanical mechanical and skilled labor
by cattle Stein. Every Florida with college-oriented subjects, and Hardee records labor, Also, good areas in the future. Still,there
ranch Is
requiredto such as Latin, and drop out dated from last May through clerical employes are In de is an ever Increasing groupof
Florida's register Its brand with of school. December of 1963, show point. mend. A sampling of Job people that cannot meet
.a.ayf Department of Agri! ed unemployment figures ex requirement for such job.
"Unprepared to do anything openings, taken from 18 Florida
culture. At the Bradcliff
Ranch, each cow Is also else, these youngsters start lit In the IS tor 22 age group. cities, shows a specific Many of these jobs are now
branded with Job hunting." Figure Listed need for capable and trained filled by men between the
a number for
identification purposes. But Dobruck cited drop-out figures Employment figure, said workers. These are: ages of 50 and 85.
"Just keeping a student In
used by Superintendentof Florida State
Bill noted that a real cowboy Employment Jobs Open school Is not the "
Public Instruction ThomasD. Manager Kenneth W. Ring- answer,
doesn't need the number
ret Auto-body repairmen, said Dobruck. "But determining
office In Tallahassee. dahl forceful
for he said "I can pick out Bailey's are not a. as
plumbers, sheet-met soon enough, what the'student '
any cow In the herd and tell they could be, because "we do
al workers, cabinetmakers, Is best suited for;
not encourage people to register
It from the others
Dropout Cited for placement who do electric motor repairmen, and then directing him Is an /

COWl Are Gentle "Three out of every ten not have actual job potential. diesel mechanics, upholster. answer. I believe Johnson's

Cows are usually branded youngsters entering the first ." ers, and many others. program would help direct

t :i ? either on their backs or right grade drop out of school be. The monthly figures listed According: to employment many of these youngsters In-
t 'kJk- shoulders. Bill explained that fore they reach the 12th grade below are complied from experts, apprenticeships In to trades that could make
"the gentle ones are brandedon Three out of that same group NEW registrants. these areas are almost non them self-respecting and"self-
the back, while the not so of ten, will drop out upon under 45 and existent dependent In the future.

gentle cows are branded on high school graduation to get Unemployed 22 above Dobruck said too many untrained Questions Raised
the right shoulder." This Jobs or to marry. This leaves May 1M JI youngsters are being Polk County Juvenile Court

makes it possible to see the four of these ten youngstersto June 451 48 packed into hub areas, such Judge Bowdon Hunt, In his
number at a glance, without enter universities and Junior July 184. as Lakeland. Rural areas bl-weekly publication, "These
walking among the cattle: colleges. Again, out of the August M 48 give many of their youngsters Are Our Children," raised
Watson said that cows are remaining four, two will drop September1s 3. vocational training in agriculture these questions:
gentle because of the way out before they complete their October 7S 29 but do not stress InterestIn "How much
OUTSIDI HELP Altfcomkj are .f the onioi..lf b ._1''. bit .....? I. the .....' cowboy's they're treated. A bull Is often college work." November 102 21 other vocational areas He vocational edu- t

....., fco doo hays sows .ulli" 11,1',. H... a II1tc7itk trim ... .. Ik* nink lie..... more gentle than a cow. "A. Employers seeking help 1 December 71 11 said there is Just not a great (Turn to Page 2-B, CoL 4)a.

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2->s LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March M, KM .. "
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Polk Youth Show Need / .t'

Annual Fund Drive For WEDU For Vocational TrainingContinued


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Will Start In Polk Tuesday
cation? For whom? I don't nounced for people w.ntln.1

,. know. But I do know we may to be trained for Jobs as
stimulate an Interest In school nurses aides and hospital or
BARTOW-Th annual fund ery student and teacher In the][through membership ((55 per work in the restless youth derlies. This vocational trainIng -

drive for WEDU the educational county. year) and contributions. who know he Is not going to was offered by the federal I

television station for this Since WEDU, Channel 3 In Mrs. DuCharme pointed out college, who does not want togo government, with authorized -
[Tampa, began operations In that this annual fund and mem- funds from the MPDTA.
to college, parent j
area is scheduled to begin 1958. bout\ half its operating bership drive I Is conducted by I
do not want him to go to college Judge Hunt stated he has
Tuesday and continue through[budget has been provided by WEDU "in order to give its I
If we can let him ex: seen Juveniles who droppedout
April 7. I the seven county school systems viewers the opportunity to help]
: perience a sense of ..atlaf.oI of school to buy a new
Mrs. Lucy DuCharme, coordinator with additional funds be- continue a programming schedule -I
lion la the development of a often because they
of educational TV and ing provided by other tax-sup which ranks WEDU in the!' car,
native ability which make this above completing -
businesses and forefront of the nations educattonal | weighed
audio visual materials for PolkCounty' ported sources, -
work with his hand As
coma school. Judge
high say
school said Industries.The TV stations.
system, envelopes -
easy to bin and give him a Hunt said, environment always Irs
for student contributions remaining necessary: e
and teacher membershipcards funds ($50,000 are Wlsent are the bison of Eu-| field of accomplishment whichhe plays a part In any-
will be distributed to ev'supplied by rv: .arftL Irope. cannot attain" In the academic one's future. If this environ-
world. ment hasn't stressed worth-
-- ---- ----- ----
Dobruck Insists keeping a while values, young people
person In school, Just for the) may unknowingly fall Into
THESE ARE THE DAYS nl,) ,0', 1', sake of having him complete.) paths that can harm their

THEY'RE GIVING au W1 WI an additional grade, is not possibilities a* employee, or
the answer. He believes John- as citizens.

son's plan would provide a Dobruck said only an organ

definite group of youngsters such as the government, or
FREE Money Samples with an opportunity not a state employment office Is
presently offered to them anywhere large enough to speak for
these young people. Employers -
Schools. Not Free are reluctant to accept
Uses Clubminitnl
t dropouts and untrained young MINSTREL STARS-Amu* Mw ..... who .iII f.r..r N I I. the annul DtwnHwn
TO CELEBRATE THE "We do have vocational Shook, left, who los ton
persons. If these same youngsters te (M tfMMMl .t the city ...i...._ S Hirrf'', will be Onto
schools but in large wk, while Hntln ,In the
had been given the opportunity Mrformln In mlwtral. ikws tine 120, cad Jim Dssloea/ hilbhiM
GRAND cities And In comparison to of vocational training Grmfor c:...... hi Un4o, mttttiliMd the lime end 11_ with Mi kcmMilM. *l yl"f> Fiesssds

junior, the colleges figure and I* minute.salversities originally, they might not Iran the mlmfrnl. win k* ...4 to ....... Id* u.... CluV'l sighs eemetTeHeii rngimnt.By .
have to be marked as "quit-

OPENING Here school again 1 is not, the free vocational, tuition ters or drop-outs" said Do- Dickinson Hits
Ii, must be paid"Judge Chamber
'f t Hunt quoted a theo Florida State Employment btkeiand
Of Polk County's ay \ logian and agreed that "the officials referred to figures Portions Of

New Home Of greatest urge in the world is from the U.S. Department of -
to feel you are needed" Be- Labor that evidence an Increasing Of-Coerce Notes 1D Rights Bill
of young pen
ing able to offer valuable group d
ROYALBANKING ability suffices for each individual' ple, and an expanding gap of
mechanical and clerical Jobsto carried COCOA (AP-Fred 0. Dickinson
need for recognition JOHN M. BRYSON this currently being on
SERVICE he said. Judge Hunt also be filled. AH of these Jobs General Manager by the Lakeland Fire Depart- struck again Saturday at
I commented that any broad will mean a need for well Back In December I we* ment under the committee' public accommodation legislation

opportunity offered to edu- trained people. privileged to be one of three Joint sponsorship. The croup la campaigning for the
Wednesday, April 1st cate young people I II worth "In 1960, there were 2,800.- men assigned the pleasant also appointed a committee to Democratic nomination for gov
trying. 000 IS-yesrolds. In 1968 there task of giving the reasons for explore the advisability of establishing ernor.

Yy "On any such broad vocational will be MOO.OOD In this same the selection of Ledger Ed}. a communitywidesafety "It will prove Just a* unfairly
SILVERDOLLARS ; program you are presenting group. By 1970 there will be tor Harrla Sims council to coordinateall binding on a Negro businessmanas
the opportunity for NO Jobs for unskilled work- a* recipient of safety efforts in the imme- a white man." Dickinson said
10 learning. By upgrading pen ers. And the number of proprietors the Lakeland diate area. of this. section of the civil' rights

ple's ability, society Itself is and service workers" Exch ange bill pending ia Congress
will also be at a minimum. Club'- .
N upgraded admit of lien's real collector's Item The legislation forbids segregation
The Labor Department
TO l6VE RIngdahl anticipated possible Golden Deeds. of private facilities such
WILL BE GIVEN incorporation of work there win be more Jobs With the an for dyed-ln-tbe wool Tiger as hotels and restaurants.Dickinson .
than ever before, but for: fans. We have four cop...-
EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR presently done under the ManPower nouncementJust
;f TO WIN Development and clerical and sales workers, free U the first sue te tomeIn said he felt passageof
Act if Johnson' professional and technical, this past and ask for one-of a It- : the but is "not an issue of '
P.M. Training and skilled and semi-skilled week of hia Inch I 20-Inch photo ef the race but of infringement on the

AndDrawingAt For 100 Silver. Dollars., plan Just becomes this month an actuality., In Polk workers resignationfrom the American League Champion 'I rights of all American to practice

County, course were an- "Farm Job will shrink but paper. Tiger el MM. This .y the free enterprise.
farming will remain an Important BRYSON I found after way, was the first Detroit I The West Palm Beach candidate -
PLUS THESE OTHER you Art Cordially/ / Imitei To Visit Industry. Still, there several tries team to train In Lakeland and said lie was "deeply concerned

SILVER DOLLAR PRIZES Our New Quarters April 1-4 PUBLIC NOTICE will be one million LESS that I couldn't Improve on the had the distinction ef Includ- that many white and Ne-
thoughts I expressed at that
1970" people in their overzealous
farmers In ing three members-the late gro
100 SILVER DOLLARS ,In the past wr polity lies bean Labor officials, along with Exchange Club meeting. manager-catcher Mickey Coch- desire to gain rights have in

Tkun, April 2 .t' P.M. to spec close.n en Sunday Ttmdayi end Effective stay smployment l authorities, Other can perhaps be more rane, first-baseman Hank turn actually created a situation
that In the future everyone objective, but I might a* well wehreby they are destroying
(\ Much 11, 1964 w will MVWM agreed Greenberg and second-base ,
100 SILVER DOLLARS II this policy We will stay spec will need training. The admit right from the start man Charlie Gchrtoger-subsequently ther basic American ,fgllts."

M.. April I .! 7 '.M. e BANK on Tvtidiy end else e* Sun. US. Labor Department be- that I'm prejudiced. My acquaintance elected to the Baseball --
cJ-mp day. lieves better mechanics, skilled with him goes Hall of Fame. are hourly workers and cannot
500 SILVER DOLLARS OP LAKELAND JUSTICE labor, and an educated back some 30 years when he> claim their dues as a tax-
able "to tried to knock a little journalIsm deductible business
populace, expense.
MEMORIAL BOULEVARD 98 AUTO PARTS Into thick skull. Next If you are among those who
standard of my S
$.1., April 4 at 4 9 M. produce a higher protest that Chamber dues are it *
AT ', .. a. he me to first
put on my Job
:: ::: r.. living for more people,
.. .
MASSACHUSETTS b LAKELAND HILLS ILVD. In UktUnoViiMt to 136 that toll high we can furnish some, _Welcome to our bl'atld-new-
.__ make greater contributions to
IV a-mee eye-opening examples of union est member, the Orange-State
wasn't easy Ever since then,
better world.
a .
dues for Individual workers Life Insurance Co.-whtch. Incidentally I
---- - he's been a source of often
needed advice and encouragement which run from $29 to more \ .is the newest fife
than $100 per yearl) Remember insurance company In. the na-

Because of the nature of his too, these union members tion.

work he has shunned civic

office, but ha has certainly
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I : done more than his Share of

civic work, having served in ,
i some case for many years -- 4.. --..) rtl"I'' ',

a* a director of Kiwanis Red

Cross the Salvation Army, .. ---. ." ..-
Federal ---------------
New Service First !
Important at the Boys Club, the Marlon Lea By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF HANDELt The Organ Concer

Training School and the Cham- CARLOS CHAVEZi Plane Con-] taw Marie-Claire Alain, Or-

ber of Commerce and a* a certa. Eugene List Pianist, gas Orchestra De Chambre,

longtime trustee of Florida Vienna State Opera Orchestra Jean-Francois. PalHard, Con

Southern College. Conducted by Carlo Cha ductor.VoL HI,No*. 1-12: Dec-
His major contribution over yes Westminster WST 1711, car 71087, monaural 10087. Vol.
and above an these, I am con monaural XWN HOI*. .
IV. No* IS-II. Decea 710088,
HOME BUYER COUNSELING tain, however, bas been the This 1* the first recording of monaural 10088.
influence of his typewriter In Carlos Chavez's highly Interesting -
Bach and Handel both were
everything wholesome and piano concerto Written In
born In the tame year-1685. In
constructive In our communityover 1940, the first performance took
way, they could not have
hit 24-year career a* editor pl.caln 1942 In New York with every
/ been more different. Bach was
of the In
Ledger. abort Eugene List
I believe a lot of people will soloist and Dml-as deeply religious and lived most
to assist home buyers before they buyIf agree that Lakeland Just tri Mltropoulos,of hi* life in seclusion devoted

wouldn't have been or wouldn'tbe conducting to his large family and dedicat-

near a* nice a place to 9 nil concerto:'ing hill genius in the greatest

live if It hadn't been for Herds .la one of Chavez' -part to the eternal enrichmentof
Sims. sacret music Handel, on the
powerful other band was a man of the
So, on behalf of the Chanter works. It
a* well a* myself. I congratulate .Is world. He never married His
you are ready to buy or build a home, you the college, wish him r communicatlv Immediately. primary activity was ,centeredon

should have clear of home financing good fishing and low golf It is a the theater and he spent half
,, ;kg ,a- 7 a picture scores and look forward to the large his life trying tn please the fickle
'4 x n: \\1Ii work, with s I ;; ; t
0 occasional audience London. Both men,
0 R procedures before you sign anything. guest editorials the SOKOLOFF vest and sweep.
Ledger promised. however, were famous perform
,- t It can mean happier home ownership for is pith and meaning fug scope.In There'1 en. During the three years that

x What I meant to say last note. Frills and furbelows every have, Handel spent in Italy, it was
n< you and can save you money. week-It didn't come out quite no place in Chavez's music said that no one could.match

like this due to a typesetting which .la stark and penetrating him as an organist No one, that
mlscue-was that It was certainly and ; la, except Bach whose renown
Any of First Federal's specially enormously evocative ol I
qualified gratifying Ia the extreme deep elemental forces.Of sa organist and improviser no
to read ef our ewe Floe one has ever surpassed.
Home Buyer Counselors will be happy to Spanllh-Iadtall heritage
ida Soutbera's being made the Chavez was ban In Mexico In These charming organ concerto

.5 explain every aspect of home financing beneficiary ef a mWI dollar 189*. He I Is considered to be of Handel were composed
L life msuraace policy by lest Mexico' outstanding composer. primarily to fill in during performances

d$ answer your questions. ,.show you how to McKinley of Sarasota There I Is an originality and Individuality of his operas and oratortos. .

i to his music which Is An announcement from
avoid unwarranted expense and offer other Twenty members and guest striking. This. .is not a composer the London Dally post for the

of our National Affair committee who has taken the 19th of April 1739 reads: "At
helpful advice. All discussions in superficiality
are at a luncheon meeting of Mexican or Indian Idioms the King's Theater this Day will

strictest confidence. This service is free, and In Morrison's! Wednesday and worked them Into larger, be performed the last New Ore
t- heard with Interest an attack classical forms. Rather, he has torio, cail'd Saul And not Israel

x you are under no obligation at First Federal. against the .dm lLatration', penetrated and explored a quality 1ft Egypt (aa by Mistake was
civil rights bill by Dr. Albert both musical and emotional advertised in Yesterday Bills

Garner, president of the Florida that Is new, profoundly different and PapersWith a Concertoon
L Baptist Institute and Seminary and enormously impressive the Organ by Mr. HandeL"

t Home Buyer Counseling is available here There is something of the The music la delightful- fluent,
Dr. Garner whe has test- sea, or the Jungle, or the earth easy, highly skilled with no introspection
fled spa Invitation before various itself In Chavez' music, an essential or conflict to deflectIt
at both First Federal offices.FIRS"
I Washington terms the bill a which Is rarely found especial are tasteful and sty
I basketful el bills. which are S ly In contemporary work And listically fine

per cent civil rights and tS Chavez's music .is contemporary HAYDN: Clock Symphony; Toy I
per cent federal Intervmtloft wonderfully I
Symphony Paul Kuentt Conducting
and control ever established The concerto open with a The Paris Chamber
religions, social sod. ecenomkprloelpfcs slow stately introduction which Orchestra. Decea 7100S
L. ? SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION el the vast major.Ity. leads Into an Allegro that builds Mural I.....
I Into a tremendous climax
at its There has been a tremendous
The committee
went on rem dose The second
OFLAKELAHD' movement of Chamber
resurgence Orchestras -
ord as appreciating the opposition Malta lento, la filed with marvelous
during the
of Sens. Holland and past decade, and

DOWNTOWN : Orange Street at Tennessee Smathers, and a number of colorlstic contemplation.effects The and final sustained the a fine Lakeland thing It Concert to. Members Association of
: -
members stated
their intention
Allegro Is brilliantly vivid and
GROVE PARK Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook of expressing their appreciation alive.- who heard the Chamber Orchestra -
: in personal letters. San Pietro her a few
Eugene Ust and the
composer weeks win
ago agree how de
have performed this
r concerto together lightful such
: a
The seven who turned out group can be.
many limes Orchestraand
Paul Koentx's Parish Cham-
for the Thursday morning session piano Interweave with
com- ber Orchestra .Is a fine
of the safety committeewere plete Identity of conception. It ensemble aa I to evidenced very
I by
pleased at the extremely Is hard to Imagine a finer performance their excellent
Il aatisfying results to dote of the of this extraordinary these two delightful Haydn rymphonies. of-
multi-story safety opera- concerto. a .

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LEDGER Sunday March 21, lilt 1-8:1':I

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David C. Perkins, 1632 Sharon signed to the (20th Supply AFB, N.C. The airman is a with a unit of the Alaskan Air OUILD

loa A. Drive, Lakeland, completed a Squadron here He was trainedin graduate of Lakeland High Command which helps guard the
Hartley, aviation boatswain's four week wheeled vehicle management leadership, security School. northern approaches to North
mate third clasa, USN. and human relations America with radar
IOn of Mrs. Oleta Hartley of maintenance course at the U.S. The airman Is a graduate of I and systems
supersonic jets on con
Route 2, Lakeland, was aboard Army School, Europe, In Mur- Rochelle Senior High School. Auburndale stant alert. The airman was one, c1J-/\/\ f

the attack aircraft carrier USS nau, Germany March 13. The, His wife Bertha, Is the daughter Pvt. Richard C, Woods, son of of 125 enlisted men hosted by
Ticonderoga, operating out of 20-year-old soldier, a driver In! of Mr and Mrs Harry businessmen of the Anchoragearea ;
San Diego, Cahf. The Tlconderogs. Company C, 2d Battalion 909th Simmon of 833 W. Valencia St., Richard C. Woods, 102 Dairy for the dinner and USO i &
8th Rd., Auburndale, completedeight p
recently completed a Infantry, Infantry Division Lakeland. show at the Anchorage West-
three week Mainz weeks of advanced train
training cruise In near Germany enteredthe
Second Lieutenant Charles J. ward Hotel.
Hawaiian waters In In ing as a cannoneer at the
preparationfor Army June 1962. He Army
CUIer lives
whose wife Nancy, ;
departure to the Fat East completed basic training at at 849 Success, Lakeland com- Artillery and Missile Center, Pierce I
In April. Fort Jackson, S.C., was last pleted an eight week officer Fort Sill, Okla, March JO. Woods Sing a
Army Pvt. Robert J. TUlery, stationed at Fort Benning Ga,' orientation course at the Army was trained to serve as a memo James R. Scott, 19, son of Don SPRINGTIME SAVINGS
18, ton of Grover J. Tillery and arrived overseas In December Infantry School Fort Benning ber of an artillery gun or howitt- L. Scott of Pierce, has begun Song
Route 1. Lakeland, completedan 1962. Perkins Is a 1962 Ga, March 10. Lieutenant Gis- zer crew. He entered the Army basic training at the Naval
eight week light vehicle graduate of Kathleen High ler was trained In the duties las October and completed basic Training Center, Great Lakes,
driver course under the Reserve School. I and responsibilities of a newly training Fort Gordon, Ga. The III, The nine-week training includes I
Enlistment Program at Charles E. Mills, son of Mr. commissioned Infantry officer 23-year-old soldier Is a 1918 naval orientation, historyand
Fort Jackson S.C., March 11 and Mrs. Charles 0. Mills of The lieutenant entered the Army graduate of Auburndale High organization seamanship'
During the course TUlery re- 1712 Fairbanks St. Lakeland last January The 22-year-old School. ordnance and gunnery military
ceived Instruction In the use has been promoted to airman officer is a 1959 graduate of drill, first aid and survivalDavenport
and maintenance of vehicles second class In the United William R. Boone High School, Winter Haven I
with a rated capacity of less States Air Force. Airman Millsis Orlando. A member of Sigma
Pvt. William B. Stabler
than four and one-half tons and an electrical power production Chi fraternity, Lieutenant Gis-i of Mr. and Mrs. William H., Sta son Llndy R. GUI, seaman USN
In motor pool organization He specialist In the 4751st Air ler is 1963 of Florida
a graduate bler 2801 Avenue G, NW, Win- son of Mr, and Mrs. B. D. Gill
completed basic training at Defense Squadron at Hurlburt Southern College Lake-! of
Davenport Is serving aboard
Fort Jackson. Tillery attended Field, Fla. The airman, a grad land. ter Haven, completed eight the command
amphibious ship

Bartow High School. uate of Kathleen High School, Army Pvt. Frank E. Albert, weeks of advanced Infantry USS Taconic operating out of
training at the Army Training
Four Samuel L entered the service In 1961. LQNGLUXURIOUS
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Albert Center, Fort Gordon Ga., March Norfolk Va. Taconic Is the flagship _
Perkins, son of Mr. and Mn Airman First Class Walter
725 W. Tenth St., Lakeland 23. Stabler was Instructed In the of a tea assault force composed I
Lotte of Mrs. Christine L.
son completed eight weeks of of combat Marines I
various technical skills he will ready
41:1411.1 sLY Lotte of Lincoln Courts, Lake- 1 .*
advanced combat training at aboard transports, landing
land, has graduated from the perform as an Infantryman. The ships ? h w it 1!
Fort Hood, Tex., March $. Dur- 23-year-old soldier entered the and assault ships.
United States Air Force Non-
ing the course Albert received In October 1963 and I
TUESDAY commissioned Officer Prepara- Army received -
training as a rifleman Albert basic training at Fort WaverlyJerrel SOFAS
tory School at Ptattsburg AFB B, 1st
Is assigned to Company
N.Y, Airman Lotte, an Air ArmoredDlvilion's Gordon. A graduate of Winter W. Phillips, fireman,
of the 1st
Force ,fuel specialist, Is as- Battalion Fort Haven High School, Stabler attended USN, son of Mr. and MI'I.I
46th at
Infantry Auburn (Ala.) Univer- George W Phillips of Waverly,
Hood. He entered the Army last
sity. He was employed as an Is participating aboard the dock $199
and basic only
September completed electrical worker by Ownes and landing ship USS Carter Hall in
training at Fort Gordon. Ga. Sakko before entering the Army. a coordinated Nationalist
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Plot leek I I. Peso. 10 I. Polk County Florioo.; Par Ml. *n .bids U King III. son of Mr. and Mrs McHenry, son of Mr and else to test the amphibious ca i coverings.
Morbefere. April 1, 1964. F. L. King Jr. of 1838 SkinnerSt. Mrs. John McHenry of 505 S. pabllities and readiness of the I
., Lakeland, has arrived at 'Orange, Bartow, was a guest at Forces of the Seventh Fleet and
R. B. CRAWFORD, JR. Osan AFB, Korea, for duty with the recent sixth annual Greater the Nationalist Chinese NavyThe I
an Air Force Communications Anchorage Chamber of Com- exercise, with over 40,000
Post Office Box 451 Bartow, Florida Service unit Airman King an merce Pal Day Dinner in Alaska men and 140 units participating >* ,
air traffic controller, came here city. Airman McHenry Is an will culminate in an amphiblous .!
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I'CoB Sunday,LAKELAND March 29, 1'LEDGER'r I

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HistoryBy I

Today la Sunday, March 29,
1964 Then art 277 days left In

the Today'year. highlight In history: Marathon School Board Session

I On this date in 1847, the city
10 oz. Jar of Vera Crux surrendered to BARTOW-School board members participatedin
c Gen. Winfield Scotl-one or the a marathon session Wednesday. The meeting
99 I most Important victoria of the started at 1:30: o'clock and ended at 6.27; o'clock.
I SAVE Mexican War. Thereafter Vera This would not have been so bad had the meet
O Crux served a, the port baae Ing moved In a snappy manner, but many of those in
EXCELI-ENG I I 40c I far the Invading American attendance were of the opinion that the

army until..victory.. ... ... 1....... whole thing could have been handled
Prices Effective March 30 Thra April 1 I '. in a gooa aeai less wme.
On this date In 1632, the
I treaty Board members spent about ,an
LAKELAND STORES of St. Germain divided II
ONLY to various
I < !hour and a half listening
SHENANDOAH BRAND Quick Frei. ,-,' America.In French .and English claims In : persons repeat the same complaints,

1010 E. ROSE ST.'r fs IniBected Grad. "A" CORNISHYour 1818, French Marshal Foch about the lunchroom at Haines City

was named generalissimo of ,4 Central Elementary School and about
813 S. FLORIDA AVE. the Allied armies in France *J the Polk Health Department's handlingof
In 1939. the Spanish Civil three hepatitis cases at the school
Giiiiie liens War came to an end ;c: When board members finally dedded .
Quantity Rights; Referred -41 In 1943 meat rationing begin ., to call In the proper authorities
throughout the United States.In STUART who were close to the situation and
e ; 1944, American naval fore- !bad gotten those authorities to the
es attacked the Palau Island board It became apparent that prac-
room, soon
DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK I L In the Pacific. tically all of the complaints were unfounded.One I
I6.L 11.1.2 IoU. PTA official even told of talking to school

Bread 2 'i"e 29c Average C r States Ten,years Britain ago -and The France United officials that morning and receiving their approval

SAVE 5 9 agreed that trade with Communist -I of using the high school cafeteria to feed both the
SAVE nation could be Increased elementary and high school students.
without aiding the Soviet war Jenkins, supervising principal for the area spoke
B DDS ? 39c zooP potential. he said it would be impossible to make such a move
Five yean ago Communls without giving some children lunch at 10 a.m. and
China charged that India had others at 2 pm.
harbored what the Chineie The fact that. the Haines City delegation was
called the command center of going to appear before the board was publicized in a

We GiVe r pValu 'S'farnp ""' 1 \Privof. 'iKfeft Egg1* the revolt in Tibet. Wednesday morning paper, and it seems board mem-
$, One year ago Russia accused bers should have summoned the officials before 4
the United States of responsibility o'clock.
for attacks by Cuban .
SAVE 16c WHTE ARROW exiles on Soviet ahlps In
become dif-
With the approach of spring, it has '
SAVE I Cuban ports. ficult to enter the courthouse at the south and west
Campbell's Vegetable er Meat Variety
P Bleach.- entrances without receiving an unwanted shower
GAC ApprovesNew The sprinkler system designed to water the
flowers around the courthouse, has a bad habit of
Soups '' SAVE 8e FRUIT FLAVORED ROYAL Rules spraying water out over the sidewalks.

Rya Something to think about: Could there be any
Gelatin 3 25cl.m..L. significance in the Polk County Democratic Executive
'. Cbok.z For Shipment Committee's not scheduling a speech-filled po-

., T. No. 1 TaR SAVEI AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK 4. I Two changes In regulations litical rally for Wednesday-April Fool's Day?

Pick Up Se.. Cam '' on the were shipment approved of fresh by grapefruit mem ,

CRACKIN'/ GOOD 7 SUnlit sloo Beans No. 303 $ ben of Growers Admlnlstra
12 100SALTINES ,

Choice t Can tlve-Shlppens Frank Thursday Seymour Advisory, InnoullOld manager Committoes 01 BricJcFl Brije| I IBy

Growers Advisory Committee. fr rva' .. '# ix. 4 *> .. -c
: S'B Mr T V LO
"' : The regulations, which become
effective) Monday and ex JOHN M. TAYLOR, Director Mrs Betty Bechtel of Lakeland
rt .ns,,,- rv ,s pires May 4, permit shipment Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club and by Doug Hall of
W-D BRAND FRESHLEANGround of seeded grapefruit In sue 80'. NORmA Lakeland and Robert Thorn-

SLICED ;, and larger and seedless grapefruit .- 4 3VK hill of Winter Haven. The \
in size 126'f and larger 32
Tuesday night masterpoint
Beef both of grades No. 2 russet .-J7431JS .
game in Lakeland set attendance
and better.
BeefSELECT Liver *- records for duplicate ,
Members of GAC approvedthe
bridge In Polk County. The 16
grapefruit regulations in
4-Q98T6S A-J 10
tables were divided into two
..IK Convenient a telephone poll conducted yes 107S .-Q I section The winners in one
OMII Paki C 'SAVEWclb. treday. The GAC-SAC will meet t-Q", ..:y.-10 9 S section: ,were Mrs. Perry I f
Yelkw next in Vero Beach on April! .
Fancy 3 j9 +-( T" -109843 Swindler and Mrs. Philip. I
Per 28.
Pound SOUTH Trohn of Lakeland tied with

SAVE 20c Ib. C ,ONIONS A-K 2rAJ34 another Lakeland team of
9 Polk.Democratic Mrs. Duane Surgeon and Mrs.
-AK6 John Battle, and Mrs. Ton
Per Pound 9 19 W-D BRAND THICK *'A Q 12 Bates of Lakeland and Frank

s 99' Women Will A well executed squeeze is Whitely of Tampa.
ow Sliced Bacon no respector of opponents' The other section winners
high card.. The above hand
Install OfficersBARTOW were Mrs. J. P. Tyner of
gave the South declarers: in Plant City .and Otto Rice of
the recent Charity Master Lakeland and Mrs. John
Mrs. Lee Roy
point fame in Lakeland a O'Reilly and Mrs. Carl Ferle-
Horton, wife of the county'spublic
chance to overcome a lackof man of Lakeland, tied with
defender Is scheduled
"fillers" by astute parlay. the Winter Haven team of
to be Installed as president of Ing of favorable .
distribution, Mrs Frank Staper and Mrs.C.
A aixBngvflreryofnew.pIckedve3elable! otlowlowprkei, Polk County Democratic Woman's a key finesse and a squeeze W. Walker. The Special
Club during ceremonies
against West.
Masterpoint in Bartow
set for 8 o'clock Monday nightat All South players were in was won by Mr. and Mrs.
the Citrus and Chemical the normal 3NT ,
contract Harry Brown of Canada and
FANCY WESTERN CRISPLettuce Bank here. I facing a small spade lead Mrs. Staper and Mrs. Bates.
Mrs. Spessard L. Holland, I from West. Only Jim Nicholls
There will be no game this
wife of Florida's senior U.S. of Lakeland steered a course
Easter In Lakeland.
Senator, will serve as Installing i that led to capturing all 13 Sunday
There will be a Charity
officer and R. Elmo Hood, tricks. Lacking the Intermediate Tuesday nightIn
assistant to Congressman cards to accompany the Lakeland. A
James A. Haley will be high cards that N-S has in will be played mssterpomt Thursday .
speaker for the ceremonies. all suits, it appears that South game in Bartow. The
Other officers to be Installedare must rely on club and heart In Lakeland
Sunday night *
URGE STALK CRISP Mrs. W. E. Hodges of finesses plus a favorable diamond will resume games next Sunday .
Lakeland, Mrs. Marjorie Jae- situation to get the
Celery 2' 29' ger of Haines City Mrs. David most out of the hand at 7. p.m.The at Southeastern Morrison'sCafeteria. i

Higginbottom of Lake Wales, Attack Diamond Suit Regionals will be played In !
Mrs. W. J. Durrance or Fort
All declarers
took the
opening Miami this Monday throughnext
MILD 2 for 29c Meade, Mrs. Shelley Boone of lead with the spade king Sunday, but the event I j
Winter Haven and Mrs. W. A.
and quickly attacked the diamond will not interfere with county t
Jones of Mulberry, all as vice suit by laying down the games '
Rutabagas 9 presidents: Mrs. I. J. Brown ace and king. When the queen
of Lake Wales, secretary: Mrs. fell a small diamond to the
Ralph C. Glcnau of Bartow, dummy's Jack allowed Southto
corresponding secretary, and run three more of that Soviets, Chinese I
'.' '1-1. ... '. Miss Elizabeth Brown of Bar- suit Since declarer had moreto
tow, treasurer. gain In the heart suit thanIn Have Long Row
Hostesses for the event will clubs South should pitch
MORTON FROZEN : :ItSJZEH :FOODS be Mrs. E. B. Lee of Bartow. I Ms two small clubs and pin
I At African
Mrs. W. A. Jones of Mulberry.Mrs. liis future hopes on the heart Meet 1
'i f W. E. Hodgea oT Lakeland finesse Jim did this and noticed -
DinnersCUcken ASTOR FROZEN and Mrs. Glenn Starling that the E-W discards ALGIERS w The African-
of Lakeland. Indicated that the heart play Asian Council conference Is
would work and the club king over closing another chapter In
En Pea S 3 PklL 49 would probably be offside the bitter Ideological quarrel
Tsrkey, g. Alligator Gives
Jim then cashed the heart between the Soviet Union and
Beef, SaRibNiy, king, took the heart finesse, Red China.

Han, Meat Leaf 3 9 C CYPRESS GARDENS FROZENLemonade Haven Police and found the good 3-3 break The Russians" and Chinese ar-
Spaghettieach ill hearts gave him 14th good up to the closing:+ momenta
heart trick.. At this point most of the council's session
4 For 49c Long, Hard Run South players led to the dum.my's Only after long haggling between
spade ace and took the them was a resolution
WINTER HAVEN Ever see losing club finesse, making passed expressing for
-' '---'-' Ji.I! "" .""",", h".J.I"'.,',""'..A., an alligator coma begging at INT. :wars of national liberation. and,
'- your back door? Jim realised that, when he at the same time, generally en
I A woman at 101 Ave. M. SE played his 4th heart trick doping peaceful coexistence.
IIJ I .ER s EN :FOO[)$ did Thursday afternoon and she West was probably Iqueezecl.I i
was rathtr befuddled. Shedidn't West had to choose what
: know what to reed the keep. Tf West
wM.... ..* *. fmkmn .> _. I CommunicationsStrike
MUM wftk. |M ", .MM.. ponlwM PARKAYMargarine' saurian, anyway.And kept the club king and small
Chef FreienPina w..i..v eiw .I" ouvw "+.ra
... a..l..r I_ CHMM .. I if you don't think a two- club he would hive to reduce
with S.uag.Ikg. 69c c: 3 t-oi.. pkgs. 87e foot baby alligator can move-! his spade holding to a EndedIn
0....Milv awls eh**.a Wlm-Olnl fhrMLIMIT : ......Iy IIwili c... a WI..DI.1e 11_ Just watch one nar up on his single card. South could then
ONI CUSTOMII OMIT ONI Ml CUUOM.RCwp. ;; 'lb. 29 hind legs and get scared Or cash his club ace and make
c...,.* V.lid Tkrwih April : .. V.ad Thr.uph Apra 1 'ask Officer Solon Collins of the both of dummy's spades good. S. Viet Nam

I I II 11I:11: I. :Winter Haven Police. He chasedthe If West protected his spades
i I beast around the house hi would have to unguard his SAIGON South Viet Na" m
several times before he and Sgt club king and give the last Telecommunications workers
: | Itrletmann Cinnamon Crisp Shortening Stronpheart ftrongheart Sanke InstantCoffee IJ.| M. Wallace finally subdued two tricks to South's A-Q. ended a 14-hour strike today

. Food I the hissing critter. Jim read the cards correctlyand restoring cable links between
j Cookies Bakerite Cat Food Dog i I "He sure had a big mouth for counted the spades carefully South Viet Nam and the rest
the rest of him," said Collins. When West threw a of the world.

14V* ,OQC 63', 1 dl 3"29'I U? '$109 Officers think the miniature spade on the 4th heart Jim The director general of Sai
I Pkj. 3 29 I I monster probably h't out of made the dummy's little gon's government .
Cam nearby Lake Otis rising spade, his 13th Mck.Attendance telecommunications
: waters after an.
yesterday'srams. Record
I nounced that the strike
He was turned over to The Charity Mulct-point been settled, but did
! game warden Rudolph Dunn for not say
lame In Lakeland was won whether the workers'
...'proper distribution < by> Mrs. Jim Nicholls and of higher wages was met'C'demand
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stllltlilltlllllrtlil 1111 IWIIIISI 1$ 1 Iml lm I IIUlllmtlll IMIIIIIJIIlltsl:1 LAKELAND '.EDCER. Sunday March M, 14 6 tI ',

Civic Club RoundUpWilliam '40 Refugees Reach Florida ; I

MIAMI (AP) Forty Cuban Three of them Identified themselves

____.. _nnn.nn.n _)SSJ$$ llllllllr M$4 JIIIJlllllllltSM refugees In at least four as Havana University.
Lake- 'mendou in Lakeland : medical students. They said that
at the next meeting of the opportunity iifferent craft, one of them a

land Exchange Club for the' In the next 10 years withproper I rowboat, reached Florida Frll 400 the armed university Communist terrorized studentsat that I

DOWNTOWN chance to represent the Lakeland planning.Dr. .

LIONS .u' Exchange Club In Bartow' Daniel E. Yarbrough, a I aye------- 19.000 other students.
during the annual ExchangeClub
sue new member, was introducedand
speech conteat.I Inducted by LeRoy Harris
The winner In Bartow will
I in St. Thomas Hook, general chairman DINE OUT
Polk County
Sneed, Lakeland coin represent of the pancake festival,
Petersburg April IS In the district -
thanked all members and leaden
collector, was the main speaker final -
Fw f4r at the last meeting of the Down-- In helping to make the eventa
auccessA :
town Lions Club. Sneed talked,
new Kiwanis Welcome song
in coin collecting and showed DIXIELAND
to visiting Kiwanlans. composedand '
tome of his most valuable coin*. 0 r UONS written by Mr*. Gladys Justus ; ENTREES

At the next meeting, State sue and Lynn Bloom ws Introduced Prim Rib of Beef . . . . .52.00

+ra '1 't = 1 1m. Rep. Lawton M. Chiles Jr. will for the first time at the Roost Leg of Lomb . . . 1,85
be the main speaker
C meeting Boked Horn, Ho wo lion Sauce . . 1,75
Richard Pearse vice presidentof A final report on the pancake
CITRUS Peoples Bank of Lakeland festival will be given at the next Baked Spring Chicken 'n Dressing > 1,65

CENTER and head of the trust depart-!meeting of the Kiwanis Club. t Roost Turkey 'n Dressing . . ."' . 1.65

e ment, was the main speaker at Fried Shrimp, Scallop or Oyster . 1.75
KIWANIS the latest meeting of the Dixieland :

Lions Club. His subject I
was "The Importance of Wills .
and Estate Plans" 11:10: AM. TO ':00 '.M.

SCHOOL PERSONNEL HONORED-Mn. Julie SUM, center, on Intrude* at Florloe. A filmstrip of the pro-bowl Two new members were Initiated

Whom Celle,o, mi R..4 Holt .I.ht. county au'.i.......". .f htjuitrlol. ertt ere shows .h..." I East-West game wan shown to as Lions at the last meetIng GRILL ROOM CHIFITIRIA TABLES $|40

.Her they wore ."'.....' cortlficotti ty Store D.,._... .f I '....t'-' ..'. J.Mrtmtnt .f supeniws far I nembers of the Citrus Center They were Gale Walter 11110 AM. .. 1:00 '.M. . . .
........."..'lnl youth .f Pull CM""." SM,...........". of Puklic Instruction Shelley S. loon., left, ..... I Ciwanls Club Thursday night tthe and Ed McQueen international Wallace Wellman will be the

the '.._teti.... M... Snook wee bisected! with county schools, fir 10 yoera ....,. |eln* to I IIori. Gold Cup Restaurant. Vis- Councellor George A. Johnsonof main speaker at the next meeting
... Southern .... 1 ting members came from as faraway i of the Rotary Club. He will
.1" 00, end Holt hoi too* connected with the county lyttom since 1927. Lakeland was the installing 7k
speak on "The Signs of Industrial
as Oregon.At ,
(Letter Photo ly Stuart officer.'e.
__ __
the next! meeting!!. "A Tiger Growth"The
I Wins His Stripe" will be shown speaker has recently been 1711 Lokolon Hill llvfSilK( 1940.
AIMS BarbecueSet by Ed Katallnas chief scout for appointed to the new industrial'

the Detroit Tigers. Katalinas committee of the Council of 100. __
.o =
will speak on the Tiger's organi
Recreation April 4 zation.IXCNANGI.

At LodwickThe a

HeadlinersBy annual Phosphate Barbe- A film on the 1963 World ISE. 0 D

cue of the Florida Section of the ClUI Series was shown to the Lake-I .
American Institute of MechanIcal and Imperial Sertoma Club at

1 ; Engineers will be held April Its meeting Tuesday night. The' % IMPROVE YOUR HOME THIS YEAn
!4. For the first time this will film li shown through the helpof
BILL KENDALL phone, come that Monday and Students from Kathleen and I ,
be held in Lakeland. Previously the Coca Cola Distributor. I
Senior Schools
Recreation SupervisorThe register. it has always been held in the Lakeland High other At the next meeting of the
I I will each
Softball fever I II running Recreation Schedule Bartow-Mulberry area. Lodwick compete against club John Mathews, candidate

high a* 29 teams have signedup Monday-Intermediate Bridge,'Airport will be the site this for governor, will be the main r

to open the season in the 7:30.: o'clock, Recreation Cen- year Priest Killed speaker.
More than 500 people assoclat
City Park and Recreation sponsored ter. ed with the phosphate Industry

leagues. League play will Tuesday,. II afternoon-Teen o'clock Recreation Activities are attracted to this barbecu) Trying To Shield EAKE:AND

begin Monday, April 13. Center each year. According to Harry
Abercromble. chairman of the KIWANIS
If team has entered the Moslem IndiansNEW
., your Wednesday afternoon Teen Barbecue Committee the ad- au/
league, and you do not have a Activities 3.5 o'clock Recrea- vance ticket sale Indicates an

copy of the league rules and tion Center. equally large attendance this DELHI. India W A

regulation and your contracts,; Thursday morning-Lakeland year. Belgian prlset was killed by a Mrs. Lois Sear city commissioner .'
please pick them up at the Recreation Recreation Club, I:30 o'clock Annually, engineer from the poison arrow as he attempted to was the main speaker at I ADD
Center 203 N. Mass.' Recreation Center; Teen Activities Gainesville and Jacksonvilleareas protect Moslem villagers from the Friday' meeting of the KIwanis C

Contracts are due April 10th 3-5 o'clock Recreation Center take this opportunity to marauding Christian tribesmenIn Club at Morrison' Cafe I
meet with the phosphate area eastern India, an Informed teria. She spoke on "A WomanIn
Practice schedule are: Friday-Teen Activities 3.5 said Politic" ENCLOSE PORCH
Monday night-John Cox No. group to renew acquaintances source today. i
o'clock. Recreation Center; Sen The barbecue, which Is purely I The Rev. Herman Rasschdert Mr. Searl emphasized the Importance -
1, 8:30 to S o'clock, Food Fair
8.10 o'clock Forty Acres John for High Night Only, 7:30' social, will start at 7 p,m. and a Jesuit, was the first reported of more women tak-,
; o'clock, Recreation Center. will be held In the center hangar foreign casualty In the wave of leg interest In the government.
Cox No. 2, 8:30 to S o'clock Sun- )
Saturday-Baton Registration at Lodwick Airport. religious rioting that has She said many dreaded the ac
glow Pools, 8-10 o'clock Ray' 10:30-11:30: : o'clock. Recreation Visiting member of the AIME plagued India for 13 days The tivity because politic to them

Smith. and Starling; We.tsldej Center; Junior Air Rifle Club 11 can obtain tickets from U. K. source said Father Rasschdertwas was considered a "dirty" word.I
6:30 8 o'clock Telephone Con' o'clock, Recreation Center; Junior Custred chairman of the Florida struck when he tried to She pointed out that the problem i
tractors; 1-10 o'clock Letch- High Night Only 7:30-10: Section, at American halt Adlvasl tribesmen from of locating a new city library REMODEL KITCHENWe

\ worth; Dixieland No. 1, ':304 o'clock Recreation Center, Cyanamid Company, Brewster. looting and burning Girda VII was but one of the problem
o'clock, Parkvlew and 1st Chris-I lage In southern Bihar State. which faced those servingIn

tian 8-10 o'clock First Methodist The Indian army clashed tour the city government.Mrs. .
: Dixieland No. 2. 6:30.S times with the tribesmen and Searl spoke of the tre-I II Jo oil typos ol homo romee'ellne. end ",.1.. 1 enrorlor, or ,.....1.;: FRIf ESTIMATES
o'clock Edgewood Baptist and some deaths were reported The I II ".1,.... Moo, e.i.csie..5' _t"I.I. sad. .......In* (of conduction ore oil pert of McGI..."'
Saints HO o'clock, 'We tribesmen have been enragedby I FLIGHTLESS BIRDS i iI One Slop Home omee'elinf. ..d R.,&" Service.

'All anti-Christian activities I Ir I Flightless bird are called FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
f Tuesday night-John Cox No. The Moslem East Pakistan. "rallies" from a scientific designation '

1, (:304 o'clock. McDonalds and Prime Minister Nehru ordered which comes from the
'f, Sunbeam 8-10 o'clock French's; an emergency meeting; Latin for "raft," because they i iI McGINNES LUMBER CO.

John Cox No. 2, <:30-8 o'clock. I In New Delhi Monday of the I, have flat breastbones. Flying
Hospital, 810 o'clock Davisonand Stars chief ministers of the foul birds have a keel on the breastbone /I
PH. MU 6-3141
MC: Wsstside I 6308: states In which the rioting has I to support their flying COO W. MAIN ST.

o'clock, Pub 1 II I x Girls 8-10 ti been centered. muscles. I
o'clock, Publlx Men; Dixieland iF---- -
No. I, 8-304 o'clock. Crystal v Impel
Methodist and Southside. 6.10o'clock ; ATI
Free Methodist; Dixie- ,111111 *

land No. 2. 6:30.8: o'clock East- By Carroll RIght.r
side Baptist '-10 o'clock Latter
Day Saints.
Thursday night-John Cox No. I iV TH

1,6:304 o'clock, Telephone Contractors -

Letchworth, 8-10 o'clock John Cox Starlingand No. I SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1K4 means to Improve operation / I-

2, 6:301 o'clock, Food Fair, HO GENERAL TENDENCIES: In the future In the) privacyof : IiValued

o'clock, Ray Smith and Firemen -Considerable change In present own chamber today. Later, OPEN
be sure to go to the aid of
; Westside, 630S:: o'clock I alliances and relationshipsis
those who are in Deed Be
and this
Sunglow 8-10 o'clock. Forty necessary Sunday
Acres: Dixieland No. 1. <:304 I I. the time to study just how generous EASTER
o'clock, Parkview and Edge- you would like condition to
wood. 8-10 o'clock Webster; be In the future with any and 22 to December 21) Others

Dixieland No 2. 8:30.8 o'clock, all your allies If these cooperative quickly concur with your Idea
and First Christian, ) measures are to be now and you must show Interest SUNDAY
All At
In their welfare, too.
First Methodist. successful In the days ahead.
8-10 Friday night-John Cox No. J, Think In long-range terms In- Get about socially. Be with 219.00
stead of those from your own stationIn
8-10 temporary
1:30-8 o'clock. Volkswagens John Colt No. ARIES (March 21 to April life. Show affection. 1-6 P.M.FOR
i o'clock Davison; CAPRICORN (December 22 9 PC. Modern Danish
and 19) You have a good oppor
I 2, 6:304 o'clock, McDonald French' and tunity to talk over with a to January 20) Get into activities 10 PC. Modern
8-10 p.m.,
I Hospital friend who I II helpful the that bring respect today
: MC; Westslde. 8:304 o'clock change of have in and be a shining exampleto YOUR SHOPPING SET
I, and Publix Girls 8-10 policy you LIVING ROOM
Sunbeam Dixieland mind re associates. You get other Civic matter enhance BEDROOM SUITE CONVENIENCE
Publix Men;
o'clock, Invitation to new social group your career at this
No. I, 8:30.1: o'clock. Esstside Accept In PM.TAURUS time. Be adroit, sincere, in

and Southside 8-10 o'clock, Lat (April 20 to May your endeavor. I Sole l>4 with Heevy
ter Day Saints: Dixieland No. 20) Time spent planning how AQUARIUS (January 21 to C Choice ol Honey, Welnut f Nylon Conrln
2. 6:301 o'clock Crystal Lake February 19) Instead of feel. or Char.p..n. Motchln Club Choir with
to get along better with associates e *
Fa/l Se..I
Methodist, 8-10 o'clock Free or fellow workers brings ing that others are imposing ....-..M Heeo'eoore'Deuol $1R4'9. $2919 Zl"..... Cuihioni $149
Methodist result soon. Make telephonecalls upon you, look about for all Dronorvoice' e 2 Ston-Ino-. T. I"

New Baton Classes necessary today. Relax the friends who are eager to e .. Moo. I I Coffee T..,.
later with friends. assist and help you grow. TIItI"{ Mirror Q e 2 T..,. Lempe
j for the newly e Chest of Dre",...
Registration New conditions
are brewing. .
GEMINI (May 21 to June .... .1" C 2 Sol PillowsNO
baton classes for ages e M. on4 .
forming Be alert to them.
into recreation
21) Quickly
get e 2 VenMy L.mpee
8 and above will be this Saturday today that will put worry and PISCES (February 20 to 2 rillowe DANISH MODERN

morning at the Recreation annoyances behind you. You March 20) A certain lengthof DOWN PAYMENT
Center 10:30: till 11:30: o'clock. will feel refreshed for good time spent In meditationIs NO DOWN PAYMENT DINETTESUITE

Instruction for both will beginners be of start in the morning. Culti I.' fine, since greatest benefits UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY -
and Intermediates be vate only those person who come from this now. Avoid UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY -
fered. Each participant will are happy gay. outside hubbub. Wife or husband -

assigned a class and time at MOON CHILDREN (June 22 will agree with good, PLASTIC

registration. A fee of $5.00 per to July 21) You need cheer- practical Idea you ,et. COFFEE TABLES HEADBOARDS 349
charged for the IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN 388
person will be Ing up and you should make It TABLES
ten lessons. your business to lighten the TODAY, he or she will be Twin or FoilBEAUTIFULLY
Instruction are given by Miss hearts of those living under one of those rare) person who

Donna Farenwald Miss Faren- own roof too. Get to church can usually ferret out certain Nylon Upholstered 1.95 $13995 COLORED 239

wald holds several stale honors early. Plan more successful information material etc,' Occasional Rockers IIO TABLE LAMPS . ,
The Park and Recreation Department -operations in PM. that escapes other, and wouldbe ; "
will offer adult instruction LEO (July 22 to August 21) a fine peacemaker, referee, e (," lilomlon Tokle

in beginner bridge. Listening to lectures of a spiritual go-between. Investigator Give HARDWOODIA93/ S S I Stre-iilit Arm Choir CkolnI MATTRESS or 2995

The first class will begin Mon- nature I Is fine In AM and the best college education you CHILD'S CHAIR . JL SPRINGS . . ,
day night April 8 at 7:30: o'clockat then pleasant time can be had can afford and your progenycan la. Reg. $193.95MEN'S
Center. with good friends. Sit down be a real boon to hu-
the Recreation
The Classes are in a series often and write Important letters manity. Partnership and Stools. 34'I
lessons and a fee of $1200 first Be happy. corporation are also a fine i I Baby Stroller 14"EA. SHOES . .

per person I* charged. VIRGO (August 22 to Sep. outlet her ._ _________ ,
Instructions are given by Mr*. tember 22) Resolve to use UP
Thompson using the Go- those fine new principle you
Louis have recently adopted and you HEMORRHOIDS '..I.. Rotten

reD System. should!, Increase success In the future. Hassocks 4"EA. ODD '
Interested person Fistulae end 1/2 PriceTT
the Recreation Center Use only orthodox method Fissure, . . LOTS Tub Chair 5"
phone and next week to Too much angling get you ether Rectal Diseases . .
between now successfully treated by H .
unable to nothing.
? ..>.,. If you are
? LIBRA (September 23 to NON-SURGICAL -.
APPOINTSTALLAHASSEE October 22) Less deliberation ", ..h.cI..
BRYANT 2224 New
(AP>-P.W.l. I II needed now if you want to
cherished aim g g m
liam Burke of Miami Shores go after your N
J .
to the FloridaCouncil and get mult You know DR. EARLE RABB Hwy.VETERAN
was appointed INU 3-u+o
Gov own mind and have ability
I for the Blind by your CLINIC. ND.
replaced Eugene Be charmingly sociable.
Falls Bryant. He of Miami who; SCORPIO (October 23 to November ..>. e., I-aII MHiitar MM*
I resigned, 21) Study ,ways and

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. March %!. IH4 I.


__ __ THEM NOWII '__ __ __
vrmn VUNOATI sss> sseaI DON RICHIE with tongue out of cheek, reading on World War II, game, with a slightly different Since then. 150 rocket have
I Am Doing My Own Ledger Staff Writer "but we have finished a and an hour.a-day develop twist from "Monopoly" or tist.He said he wouldn't try to been Befit' up by the and young his
WINTE.t HAVEN Polk game In six month" "Make a Million." count the seemingly complex space enthuiiait
County' young amateur Though he project a rule. ment of the game duringthe In this game, the players problems that the method has friend-mostly on the shortyof
rocket enthusiast Al Knight book "as large as a dictionary math class and "Con work down from millions to solved-by sorting our Irrelevancies Lake Fannie, bringing him
has been surveying I rock. ," any Intelligent person quest" was born with the the poorhouse after startingwith and he recommends national and International rec-
If et's-eye view of Europe could learn the basic working help of friends on some of $900 each building up It to anyone. OInltlo nd some criticism.
with plans for eventual con rule in a day by actually the wrinkles. and "going busted." Another project: an elabo- Beside myriad new features
quest. playing, he ald. He didn't I* that all from the Idea- rate diary-one year's worth and article, letters
Math Grade
/ No, he doein't have a rocket specify how Intelligent the Suffers filled workshop-bedroom of a* thick as a departmentstore from a* far away a* Hung
: big enough for a human person had to be. Dead was Al's grade In Knight? No. He'l projectingan catalog-complete with Kong Yugoslavia London
{ payload nor does he harbor math-victim of dragging In Idea for a TV quiz game, Insert pages on thought, hap- Switzerland Mexico, Canada
vision of grandeur. The 19- Movement Measured his tactical papers day-by-day which he hope to refer enings and doings In the life and Brazil fill an oversized
va year-old Winter Haven High Troop units tank and Instead of studying the finer through Cypress Garden's of a young man with a lively scrapbook history of his space
senior ha* Invented a new ships move by Inches technical points of math. But Dick Pope to Ed Sullivan In mind. projects.The .
brain-challenging, arm-chair measured by a movable abbreviated he call his flunking a sacrifice New York for network con Sputnik Spurred Interest young Winter Havenlte
strategist game called "Con- ruler. Planes havea bunt for a worthy cause- Ict and possible sale. hj* taken first place science
INCOME TAX quet." specified distance they can and plans to make up the Also a self-taught student of Knight dates his Interest In prizes In regional fairs; has
The parlor contest vie I move because of fuel problems math deficit this year. psychology has a "room. rocketry back to the Sputnik. publicly taken on the U.S.
huge fiberboard map of pre- Several game companies full" of books on the subject- education scare In October government in fighting for
Pearl Harbor Europe, In the Through the the Initial were interested In buying the Knight say he get a lot of 193?, "when I took to heart less infringement on amateur
e,10 .LOCI .11 ... early stages of World War It, conquests of game the middleEurope.n mammoth pastime, but all idea and solves many problems the often-urged need for Americans rocketry, and received barb
during Hitler'i heyday. wanted an hour maximum for by Itar.culng-wlthout to become more interested for
countries Nazi from the Humane
o0oi la all a..M.il.b $ by the I.mnd Al admits he a tele.cope-on a hill or ob- and knowledgable In
... .... .- -.. Fund For Rockets' ? Germany can be fought allover hasn't found a way to con- servation tower. science." tending rats up In rockets.
..... .w ..mi..l Mar. In the pilot model whichhe again and Nazi Germany dense six to eight months'worth He said he didn't know a1\ One FatalityThe
MM r. ....... NW lot Wl3 5 eventually hope to market In could this lose early In the of playing into an hour Thought Wander"I Sputnik from a loda-pop bottle only animal fatalitywas
to help swell dwindling war game. Nice -but thinks he somedaycome let my thoughts wander and had no formal studiesIn
..100.... 0.... ..",. II thought. may a rat which died of old
fund for future rocket proJects out with a simplified while focusing on the peaceful physics. Immediately he while waiting for perfec-
,ante .uict ... .oNld Dunkirk 1 Stalingrad El mind age
UP Knight uses 10,000 version. stars-and my drifts began pouring through every- tion of some technicalities
parts of clay plastic paper Alamein the conquests of From "Conquest" to "Poor- back and forth over the problems thing he could get his hands Orlando workshop
.UAUNTn__ and pin representing planet, Scandinavia and the Balkans house." The last Is the name I have by free-assocla- on regarding space and rock.etl' Now in an .
w. .otn..q..c.-,. ,,,,.'.Iie. of ..." ... rat.. hips, tanks and troop or can all be hassled again by of another Knight-developed tion," said the amateur sclen )'. : a rocket complex capable
Ill 1Ir. awke .ny .'.... ''k.l .... yw .., ,...11, w 10'..... carriers. patient people with persist- of payloading a satellite 1
all, ...,.. weapon
I' A. -e .,. "I've aimed the game at ence and better playing ability is under way, with the help
than their of some Orange County scientists -
college student or other Intellectuals peers.Knight
HaRlB who have become usually has chargeof i 1 Funds and or businessmen.lack of them-are
bored with simple chess, the Nazi forces "because Lsk. the big "rub", says Knight.
N. ', .... said Knight. they had the roughest going"and satellite will
*ii Lar..t T. .1. (00 OfllCM AVM. ho U*. +W The project tl
How long does a game though he didn't spellIt business
104 WEST WALNUT ST. take, this reporter asked him out it would take superior prove expenslvand S
Wookdon 9 A.M. to P M.. Set. and $u... ,-,. Ph. I-I95I Innocently. "Oh about playing ability In a backing is not proving adequate D
to see It all the way. hAnd
own onaKlw debt .mnnthi.. he replied complex game such thin M
O KO A HOINrM.Nr_ _waCHaeY_ --a--- =::::=- ---r----- to make history ee' Itself : ,, 3a so the map and money 11
games-and any other way
and Nazi Germany to /
that Knight can devise to
win.The eventually accomplish his new (_
ultimate objects are to venture.
take Berlin or Moscow Anyone for "Conquest"? d,
according to which side you n
are on, and when you consider M \\
AVID that It takes sometimesa EARMARKED"r
day to dope out an Inch The allusion that something e''
move on a table-size playing Is "earmarked" when it U appropriated tl
board-thl* can be a lengthy for a specific use tl
process comes from the English farmer -
practice of notching the
Playing Partners Lost
ear of their cattle to permanently
Knight lost two playing Identify them. ICI
partners In the middle of a
game once one got mar
Armour's Star Full Cut ried and one went off to the MATHER FURNITURE'

The playing surface Itself NOW
consists of a huge map free- I

I drawn and lettered by Knight < rs OPEN
ROUNDSTEAK -and therefore tricky Inch-
by-inch pincers movements 4 ? EVERY NIGHT
diversionary tactics (such asa r .
massive buildup In one ana 'til
while an attack Is building Q "
In another) or stalemates
have to be Introduced Into MAPPING A MOVf-Local maliur rocketeer, AI Knight knife kit 'r.. 01 he ....to"I.... e (Except Sot.) ff PM :
Ib.Armour's the game by the players move ,in "Canqueir" a now "' .'-1."'. h.', ....1..4. Ht hopes eventual sale and ""ltI.. will help
themselves. iwoll funds for further racket project. <(Ledger< Photo By Don Richie) eh 1
I .
-- -
A look at the playing board INN.wIIRuI.lMNN>00NNNNI
with a game In progress British Planes Attack
at the home of his parent,
Star Semi-Boneless Rump Mr. and Mrs. J. R. smith : eS
2403 Ave. C. NW show And Destroy Yen FortLONDON WANTED j

that some of these problems
bad been Introduced. (AP)-Eight Brit. before or during the attack." I.
ROAST Knight said hi got the Idea Ish warplane acting under He addod that.approval for I p
Lb.49C for the game while trying to high-level official orders strafed the British action was given In I= THE MYSTERY SHOPPER'S = ,
overcome boredom in advance by Defense Minister
I a summer -
and destroyed I Yen fort on the I
math class last year A Peter Thorneycroft and Colonial = WINNER OF THE -
frontier of the Aden Protec- I
map of Europe on the wall, Secretary Duncan Sandys In
Port recollections of extensive torate Saturday.A London. I I
Clyde MaineSARDINES Defense Ministry spokesman Damascus (Syria) r a d I 10 |: '
laid the attack by a called the attack "premeditat I TRIP TO NASSAU m

squadron of fighters, was In retaliation ed aggression" and Baghdad
( o1flonoe for two assaults by Yemeni (Iraq) radio termed It "guilty I FOR TWO AND THE
i aircraft on protectorate aggression. The latter without
Can 5c territory within the past two giving a lource for the information .
weeks. laid 23 persons, Including j $250 E
The organizations( WARDROBE
listed be- women and children, had been
No Life Seen
IN OIL LIMIT THREE PLEASE low have reported attainmentor killed In the attack. The Soviet
oversubscription of Excellence The spokesman said warning News agency Tass, In an ear. m
or Fair Share goal In leaflet were dropped on the fort tier dispatch from Cairo had U If have this ticket
Argo Chunk Style Light Meat the 1964 campaign of the United by two reconnaissance planes used the same figure. you =
Fund of Greater Lakeland.The before the attack and that British Protest Call Mr. Sam Pincus at m
goals are based on suggested "there was no sign of life either
giving standards for The Defense Ministry said the N 682-4818 =
company and/or executive and Yemeni attack this month fol-
TUNA Two19c employe giving. Additional Negro Man lowed two others In 1962 and by noon Tuesday, Mar. 31. ..
names will be listed as qualifying 1963 which resulted In strong

a results EXCELLENCEOrganizations are known AccidentallyIShoots British Despite protests.these protests, the A NEW NUMBER WILL BE LISTED IN

ministry laid! two Yemeni TUESDAY'S LEDGER .
( giving 20% .
lanes attacked Bedouin
Lykcs shepherds .
or more than Fair Share requirements -
and their flocks March
Wellman-Lord) Engineering A 39-year-old Negro man wa 13, killing two camels and burn-1 TICKET NUMBER :
WITH Company. accidentally shot early yesterday ing two tents and a Yemeni B
Florida Southern College. morning by a pistol he helicopter crossed the frontier B
CHili Can 19C Metropolitan Life Insurance dropped on the floor of bit homeat Friday. machine-gunned a fort m
BEANS 257 Sloan Ave. and fired on a camel caravan
Co.Llnder Industrial EngineerIng Lakeland police Identified him The ministry statement said'm 9239i
Co. as Roy M. Miller who suffered "The need for this counterattack o
lanier Upshaw Inc. a 22 aliber bullet wound in his Is regretted but the responsibility N
Northern BathroomTISSUE Lakeland Abstract Co. upper right thigh. for It rest with the .
First State Bank of Lakeland Miller told police that he was Yemeni I republican authorities.!,*j..000NNNNNNNUNNNNONiXQ.Qp

Jefferson-Blshop. Inc. getting a pistol from a dresser
Gulf Design and EngineerIng drawer and the weapon fell to
Company the floor where It dischargedand
Sc Watson Clinic. the bullet struck him in

Three ( FAIR SHAREOrganizations reaching or the thigh. I I COMBEE Campaign Rally

exceeding Fair Share goals,) $200 Necklace
Western DeliciousAPPLES Mutual Wholesale. Co.
Florida Tile Industries. Inc. I March
StolenA Monday, 30 at 8 p.m.
Union Bag-Camp Paper Reported

Company. I e Civic Center Theater on lake Mirror
Pendarvll Chevrolet. $200 pearl necklace was
lb.10C Myrlck's for Men and Boys taken from a suitcase owned

The Empire Store. by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. You art Invited to meet with friends and
neighbors .
J. C. Penney Co., Inc.Maa Gordon of Connecticut as they

Brother were staying at the Rainbow discuss county government with your county commissioner
Apex Distributing Company. Motel 1437 New Tampa Highway
i Smith and Son Appraisers.Bib police reported. and enjoy light refreshments.
Inc.Florida Gordon came to the police
Citrus Mutual station yesterday to report the
Florida State Department Of necklace as stolen and said It
Public Welfare. was stolen sometime last week. I
Florida National Bank at He said he and his wife were
Lakeland. staying at the Rainbow Motel !
I The Smoke House. when they noticed the necklace

of Pepsi Lakeland.Cola Bottling Company was the missing suitcase.from Detectives the bottomof said w 1 "I'm looking forward to seeing you j

Acid Inc.Hydromlnei. they would Investigate the mat ? and I
Inc. talking with you wifh

I AlUopp Central Insurance Glass and Agency Mlrrer I ter.Noted everyone who shares my Interest

Company Canadian
Ballenger Auto Storage, Inc. I f' In good county government."

610 \y. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA AVE. Hughes Grower Supply Administrative, Inc. Committee Linguist Dies

: AND 991 COMBEE ROAD i Fenton'i. Laundry and Dry TORONTO tat Prof. Rivers -'' I

Cleaners Inc. Keith Hicks, one of Canada's
il Tagl.rt.nd Peterson Inc. top authorities on modern Mum. tDl1WJlL
OPEN SUNDAYS' 8 TILL 6 I Lakeland Coca-Cola Bottling languages died Friday after a
fall In his home. He vat 15. CommissionerM.
Co.Florida County
i: QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Favorite Kertuu.tr Hick taught at Dartmouth p i
I I Co. College In New Hampshire ..ndQueen' II
McGlnne Lumber Co. Inc. University before Joining I Ii
Ruben' Cement Block Com the University of Toronto ( M. MvJIB
; pany. staff In 1927. He retired In 1953.i,

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DEAR AB BY I LAKELAND LE GER. Sunday, March 21, 1964 '.B I

What'. your pIOblemHor PUZZLE
When It Sizzles'Combines
I Q41Mrol reply w'te' to

_________ I Abby Bolt U65, Beverly By PATRICK JOhNS

Out Of Order Hili.. Calif.. end Include Many PlotsGeorge

..If-oddreutd Itamped IL a a I

"lope. Abby answers .n I I ia toI Axelrod one of Holly most of the comedy was filmedIn

_ Abigail Van Buren L!"fll. wood'a most gifted young Its parks cafes and streets
I 'I I ts Cus
screenwriters whose list of with the Indoor acenes being

DEAR ABBY: *fy credits Include "Breakfast At filmed at the Studios de Bow
complaint concerns the husband a
of I borrowed 45
door my six eggs, not four and I still owe her two eggs. Tiffany's" and "The Manchurian -
next neighbor He If an able-bodied Another of
logne highlight
intelligent, recently. What do you think? Candidate," has
retired man who seems content to spend his days snoozing WAITING FOR ADVICE 21 24 5 CC up with an unusual again package come of, 'Paris' When It Siiztes" U a

on the iota reading or watching TV. His wife li a good friendof DEAR WAITING: Be a good egg and give her two more. 01 45 is 55as screen entertainment. This time long list of top stars who make
mine. When
I drop in to have a chat with her we havea it's a comedy about a gifted guest appearances In the film

cozy threesome. Nice? Why can't a man understand that DEAR ABBY: I am so upset I could bawl! My daughter 'aIs young screenwriter who must; Directed by Richard Quine

hi. wife needs a little privacy In her own home? Surely there Just received a book for her 12th birthday from my sister, write a script In three days "Paris When It Sizzles" was

must be something more challenging for a man to do than to who is a year-old school teacher and should have known uias or face the prospect of going to photographed by Claude Renoir

tit and wait to be called to his meals three times a dayl! My better. This book is titled "What Is Happening to Me?" It Is as Sies Jail.The the noted French clnematojra-

husband Is approaching retirement age and if this is retire a facts-of-life book for boys and girls between the ages of writer Is William HoMes,,pher and the cast also Includes

ment-deliver mel 12 to 13. 1 planned to tell my daughter what I felt the should Ca 40 his secretary is Audrey Hep Ramond Bussleres Gregoire

MRS. G. know when I thought she was ready for It. Now I don't know burn and the whole works is Asian and Thomas Michel Miss
whether I should let her read 41 SCen called "Paris When It Sizrles" Hepburn's costumes for the
this book
DEAR MRS. G.t The retired or not. Don't you
gentleman would
probably which was filmed in color on film were designed by Hubertde
be glad to "deliver" you to your own tome. You sro In. think my sister had a nerve sending my daughter a book .,SIt or as ad as location In Paris and opens ClvenchyxmFffifa.

vadlng HIS home and he'. earned the right to snooze or like that without asking me first? What should I do about it? April 5 at the Grove Theater.

read or do whatever he pleases In It. If his wife objected to UPSET Os sa 01 Three
lack DEAR UPSET Simmer down and read the book. If Days
her of privacy she would go to your house for the visits. you 55 so asci
think your daughter should read It-let her. I have read The writer as played by Holden -

the book and regard It highly. I am sure your sister meant well. ip 5 Is a creature of strange and
DEAR ABBY borrowed six eggs from a neighbor. Two wildly unpredictable habits. On

of them were rotten. I returned four eggs to her and told her CONFIDENTIAL TO "LOST MY FATHER" Do not despair. 1111" the basis of his reputation he

that two of the ones she gave me were no good. She said You still have your Father In heaven. has sold a script sight unseen
ACROSS to a big Hollywood producer.

, i, 'Advance To Rear' Makes War HumorousIf 1 Engine of 25 Italian seaport Capital of S. The now the months writer have realizes passed he and has

torture. Vlet-Nam. only three days to produce the

General S 1939 Acad. 27 Love token 43 Bad script which he not only hasn't
Sherman relationahlp.
could lCd I
| superior, heading a company and arsonist, a kleptomaniacand Stevens) who, on the Journey emy Award written but he doesn't even
have seen the new Metro-Gold- which includes such 2> Easily .
unique a soldier who (accidental.
west by river boat in the winner. know what he
company plans to write
wyn-Mayer picture "Advance to I specimens as a Tennessean turn-ly?) blows up his own officers' 10 Unadulterated. transported. 48 Backbone. about. ; \
the Rear" starring Glenn Ford, ed Yankee who refuses to shootat [quarters. of a group of "ladies of 33 More pain. Movie ce .tSW ''**,'!**' > j i-

Stella Stevens and Melvyn what might be a relative; a When this collective blemishon the evening" ingratiates herself ful. lebrities.SO He realize. he can't do it
Douglas he would have changedhis I 14 Wind Instrument. alone, so he hires a bright secretary -,
corporal with an Irresistible attraction | the record of General Wll- with both Colonel Brackenbyand 34 Meg, Jo, Coagulate.
famous dictum of "War Is for horses, Includingone loughby (Jim Backus) prove Captain Heath. (Audrey Hepburn) and
Hell!" to "War Is Hilarious 13 Dropsy. Beth or !1 VIgor they put their heads together \1\\
who leads him in the wrong themselves more of a liability The director of film Is George
Consider the direction such than Marshall. 1C Verbal. Amy 54 City in (In more ways than one) to get
nature of this ; plus privates as an asset in defending the Samuel A. Peeples I
company: Colonel Brackenby the one who hiccups at the South, they are sent into Indian and William Bowers wrote the 17 Badly. 31 Border. Texas. the movie written. Out of desperation ,

(Melvyn Douglas), its commander sound of a gunshot a bone territory to man an Isolated screen play of the Ted Richmond 18 N. Y. city on 38 Fondles. 87 Equestrian they concoct a very

is a West Pointer who has crunching muscleman who has outpost. But as events turn out, production filmed in Pan Delaware 37 Sun dots. sport. wacky movie that takes on the Cast of, 1 SO'Prsons'
never known combat duty and an aversion to being touched it is their fate to save a gold avlsion. river. 38 Orange peel. {8,Seed apopendage. characteristics of a spy thriller I

whose Idea of the proper procedure shipment which the Confederates Aiding the stars In making 20 Llghthorse 39 Wrath. a musical a Western a love ? THUKMAY. T V
of war is to fire just Mrs. plan to intercept. "Advance to the Rear" are Joan Harry 40 Compact. 89 Stop: naut. story and every other kind of -
enough volleys not to irritate Kennedy Blondell Andrew Pine Jesse 21 Spanish bull. 41 Splitting 60 Scot.-Irlsh. basic plot that has been used
the enemy into making more Aided By Spy Pearson Alan Hale James 22 Chateau device. tl Remain. as the basis for a movie. As

than a token return. Takes Spills In this mission they are aided Griffith. Whit Bissell and Michael briand title. 42 Open C2 Trails. they work they see themselves
by information secured by Pate The picture starts 23 Couples. garages. 63 Derive. as the stars of the movie.

Heath Frustrated On Ski Slope southern spy Martha Lou (Stella Thursday at the Polk Theater. Team Reunited

Captain Jared Heath (Glenn DOWN
Ford), willing but completely STOWE Vt (AP-Mrs. John "Paris When It Sizzles" re-]

frustrated by his wooden.head- F. Kennedy, an old hand at water 1. Agitate. 19 Planet. 40 The March unites William Holden and Audrey

skiing tried a ski slope Friday .] WORRY CLINIC 2 Competent. 21 Stadium King. Hepburn for the first time
and took a couple of spills' 3. Composer of section. 41 Tarry. since their comedy of 1954
Arant Heads in her first "Night and "Sabrlna" They are starred
time out on the 43 Stout.
U.S. Day." 24 War god. with the city of Paris Itself for!
snow. : Study Of 44 DiversIons
25 Wearied.
Boone She Is here with daughter Ca. 4- West. 46 Icy mess
CampaignIn reline (, also a beginning skier Laws Promoted 3 Exile. 28 Rainbows 47 Health Coming April 8th: "lowrtnci of Arabia"

for an Easter weekend, along 6 Scents 27 Luncheon resorts
Fort MeadeBARTOW with other members of the late 7 Roman specialty. 48 Civil wrong.

president's family. : : By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. Danish emperor. Goddess of 49 Operatic BOX OFFICE OPENS

Shelley S, Boone, Also staying at an Inn at the landdivision. fate. melody. DAILY 12:45

who Is seeking re-election to the foot of Mt. Mansfield were Ally. CASE S-42C Samuel B. Pet. IT PRESENTED many facts 8 29 French 50 Conversation.
superintendent of public Instruction Gen. and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy Mahal. metropolIs .
post, today announced the Mrs. Eunice Shrlver and tengiU is one of America'sgreatest of our history In a "multiple 10 Shake 30 City inConnecticut. 32 Otherwise. NOW SHOWING

appointment of E, J. Arant to their children. authorities on the choice" form such as: spearean 53 Sonnet or

head his campaign in the Fort Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Constitution. (1) Our government'Is properly character 31 Jargon. cinqualn.Is Showi. I i07.3 ii 5.5:29.74O.5:5l

Meade area. Massachusetts and his wife He now lives at Grafton, described as a II Crab-eating 32 German Knock. I

Arant; president of the Fort were expected to bring 3year. Vermont and Republic Democracy 011. 12 mongoose. seaport. 58 Governmental. ( A young girl mawftes tut
Meade Retail Merchants' Association -old John F Kennedy Jr. still writes Marsh bird. 34 Sheds. with tmplt courage
stated "I believe Jacqueline Kennedy skied on sterling essayson garchy 13- Lan.chelter. 37 A wine. agency. I ,

Shelley Boone has given the{the beginners' slope with In. political top. (2) The Bill of Rights refers I 38 Harness part 57 Footlike part. WALT DISNEY

entire county aggressive educational -structor Pep I Gabl, 4-4. who to a part of the Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle

leadership. I am coached the U.S. women's world ics.For several Declaration of Independence \i A11EERi

pleased to represent him as championship ski team In 1958. ; terms he Constitution I tH.1uit.4i.MslLIeIiI5IcIvIsI.nI

campaign manager is his bid This is her first visit to ,Stow served In our Monroe Doctrine I l F Y E E H R t ". 15iAl1EYItLAiRlNiIithFI

for reelection as superintendent [but other members of the family US.. Congress, (3) Our, Constitution was CRYPTOGRAMBy \TiS

of public Instruction." have skied here in the past. too as an able adopted in which year? OQ uuaDBQ I Glorglne Reid I i
.1 statesman, so 1771 I7Rt 1701 HUUUIJU UUIilt-iU .1911
I -- listen to his f 'The nber uiuui uciia uuu uuuUIIU
( ) of
on Beautiful Loke .Thonoto.o..oftI Representatives IS I BLUFF OTROMORNUS All Children Tickets 50c
DR. CRANE In Congress is J
: r marks: H BUT SAUMA FBULF ET l
120 286
"The Supreme Court's decision (5) A US Senator' term I ETA'F TENS.Yesterday's.
is NOT the law of the of office is how long? l R
LODGE land" Mr. Pettenglll says. 2 years t years I years .0 UCJD BH cryptogram: m
"For only Congress can Those inp] nrnmn unra R Florists provide fashionable -
were samples of the t
WORLD FAMOUS FOR make laws I I"Judges nnnnra mt _
questions In that splendid brides Inevitable stephanotls. TOGETHER
simply INTERPRET nEts rtoso srou
quiz on our American govern AT A ORIVI-IN,, THIATRI
STEAKS SEAFOODS the law Thus, the Supreme ment. 3/28/811 I
.?, Court merely renders Actually 8th OPEN 6.10-SHOW 7,19

... frvnl Uk,l d. ..,.. ,._.. Its OPINION. later every grader
s l f mlflutn >lt wit 4 50y.50 Any court
0l0, turn neb wi "..h..., in ."< <."... Mini tour milM to loo. should be able to make a perfect Sells And
may reverse that previous score on that quiz. Gray Circus fiRST DRIVE.IN STARTS

fir ItmnroffiM Ml f,tk er Chef OPJNION. YET WHEN our son Daniel SHOWING I td TONIGHTI

FURTHERMORE the Supreme read the test aloud to a group To Open Show TuesdayThe
Cocktail Closed
tOO 1L'Yl Court's OPINION is
of friends gathered In our liv. ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE FAMILY!
Lounge Mondays binding only on the single specific -
case that was brought before ing room not one of the group giant Sells and Gray Clrcus will be put through their paces SHOWN A PwtiI CrewS nopsOe an 5545, sIS
TAMPA (Including myself) made a Mi An Los, C. as.
it."For. correct score. will make a one day appearance by La Christina, a 23 year old

TIIM"I'I roujli SchjrJor.-4 10 t* 10:10 pa example when the Supreme Yet seven doctors were in Tuesday In Lakeland elephant trainer. I whIHOWARD HAWKS
"..,_I I* 10 ,... Court ruled against Bible !. In ,
the crowd) including those a program sponsored by the

.- reading and prayers in with an M.D., a D.D.S. and a Lakeland Disabled American
New York public schools that
OPINION does hold for Ph.D. Veterans. Navy Supply
not Ship a
So It Is high time American
Bible reading or prayers in The circus tents will be erected
children got a correct indoctrination
public schools In New Jerseyor about our formof on Wabash Avenue and show Fire Controlled p .

California or any other government and Its wonderful times are set for 4 and 8 o'clock
Constitution. Tuesday evening.The .
"Otherwise the Supreme NORFOLK. Va. (AP-Crew-
Court would be making laws Prime Minister Gladstone of I Sells and Gray circus]men have controlled a fire In a CLUe AT .'10 ONLY
declared be
England it to
and the CONSTITUTION does offers a variety of animal! life '
"The most wonderful docu. hold of the Navy supply ship KIRK DOUGLAS in ,I
4 not permit that. Including nan killing ape, two] TH&IRAVIHEY'
ment ever struck off st a off the North Carolina
You civics teachers might Royal Bengal Tigers a camel
discuss this idea In class and given time by the" brain and I and the Sells and Gray performing coast. I FREE Llv Baby Chicks Tonight

0 I : also stress other very basic purpose of man' elephants.. The Navy reported there were KIDS AiLongAs_ They Lost

: principles of our Republic. AT THE THEATERS The show will feature Car.[no injuries to the 200 officers LOOKr I FREE CANDY FOR' iLiHE KIDDIES

For example at the Indiana menclta Del ,Teide, a Spanish and enlisted men of the 493-foot

State Fair last fall a very 'L.LAND DevIINToSi I aerial artist, the Agullars, a top craft.
interesting practical test was .: 50.; ;;'h. :irism'an,,de Whre 5 pole perch act the Riding San- The fire broke out Friday
offered in leaflet format to all tlagos and their trained horses STARTS TONITI'
"td.... ., 1,4 ,'I'IIU". .. 'win efto. while the ship was about 48 .
.who wished a -copy. ,. end..wt...,i ''.nd"..d.".h."Por'VICI......"...,." The circus's trained elephants miles off Oregon Inlet N.C. I -m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT
:Mva. 'L_P.'flj! 5o.r(" ..4 'Tbl
Admission ADULTS SOc
LAKELANDMARCH Jorfif thrwiii'aiturdu" '* TinlANILANB IN CAM mil
Wolta lid I

31 ", .,.thrmifh.Sport' TUMdifMulf ud BDIVIIN'Od Loioir; a ro PS.wlt. tnawrd'de NOW SHOWING I HEY KIDS Dont miss! our Big Easter

: *i....... Thro* and Ann 1 ;''-'.,,.,...,.....,04OPIN I Hunt! Box office
LOCATION Portrait In HI,*'kiThnndM : I iioi Egg opens at 5:30 .
... ... Prldif "Klllll. of tht i >
w.ae S.also. Mn4 t'd.
Mother-will <0!: _. :,-.TracK.*...l Ilv4 Or unSpHMM4 .>> att&mm. .in. RriM"Tli.,, frnm RtrlHwr. ..Port' 11'... I I'mthe Egg hunt starts ot 6:00 p.m. Lots of
The whole family-especially enjoy WkMitr Dr.] >nd Mno ",1'.. I'mthe J hicredbdb
l D.A.V. 'Of "
.n Pth"
POLO yarnyce -y FREE prizes! Also will see these 2 Big
VMr-UmpetL you
Easter dinner at Morrison's.All .... Incredible 1
mOor UIrps.h
SHOW TIMES 4 & 8 P.M./ ., "'".dD. ": "I..odl.
..,.n OMH I iou. ItrlxrChlldrM ",,..;,,,II... th".h Lm..t. feturdwl "Adt ,.,. Mr. Limpet 1 Color Hits on Our Screen .
the traditional good things to eat -4......I Ad0l0sw-.' to tn. It or" _
.011 Y THun. m *r > I
including our regular menu. .......I.no,"' n"i'c&v RiwfPrM.T. rr Con' I AT 7:30 fr 10:50WAIJ'OCSNmlo ALSO AT 9:00 ONLY
wdd 1,0vu,.
are superbly prepared to add perfect pleasure rhallffniM Bird M Youth"" and ''Tar..n'. Thr.. 5I73TR3.M3nTPl

Unrdi.., ;"n".II.ht.; .. Olt C.".l'
.T. ... URSULA
to your happy Easter holiday. tlLvm MOON DIVf.. .IN EKDI6eASIOIl44FORTEXAZ I
Tod.. urI TII ) ,
.. M UM if :
Looo". ond Pour lor T.... ''
WMni d>r ind Thundtr Flv Bruidm =
So for a joy to remember Wom-n ind Mr Ooliht
rJlCIRCUS PrM"T.....h.'.And Mlndlni tiirdTi tho' Klmtf"rtlirnnilB"'and 4YOuI. .. 6i7rlETBtoc wrrL.ILI'E .
come have Easter Dinner with us. "CnsUIl OTMfH AI 540.CITIH' '. 'SAr. -.--. J I rrr.aMIlI f RlUIDIw

At111I101)AIAubu',' "Journ v to
in. Lo.1 Cllf' ud 'Oldf.t OOM Tp The Incredible Hr.Limpe

Regular Serving Noun AUIIrRNDAL' i' "-
8.'d.' .nd "rail, ;.,75.- TONIGHT TUESDAY
lunch and Dinner AVOW PARK-HUM, '",,. Vlrlara".. 1 A Werner areeheonPiciur. : !
1ARTOW .nd '.P-..Dtllei) Broth.ri Orlems'es I. Aoi1LiL1d 2 TECHNICOLOR Hln 2
CITY-L.k. n,'.... "1.0..,.'.
OrHtMt. Adon tar." Sod "JIobbO.LAIt. TECHNICOLORSTARlING Lew I .on ...... of H.ps5I. .. 05
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'O C. I '' 1'1' ,'. hO ''n'NI'n" 21' >,. 11- >AmC. 131 IIH tt l II Ill'. 5700 101.. ". king's death March I :
; ALLEN & g'I I. 10 5 INC49PIS 15 27". 17 If H N.mo' I It 1.1' 1'1 1314NO :=: J 5 i 1'"It' 1504 00 hid said the Close of death was I,

COMPAN 7. ,IOW.IILP' 3t it no* Nitvt NA" .59 I l'I $400.NO I NO r r 1101 ttH |7>. |7H- III '
'p PO p9724 S ,' ,lowilll, rl. 17 ItH SIH IfM' N" I I" 'II lo.lI"I4. ,., .51. 54 13' f ItH II So uremia or urinary blockage a '
211 East L.mo. Strut I 30 Ii's + Ioa It'* 51* .. M 70104kV .
'I 1 .O 1 1.. N'nPI II 3tv II', *t complication which followed
j Loktland. Florida MUtual t tli I'I''tP.." 21 43'4 4000 'IHCrtCI' I >' lit 0354hshCOC 1 :1" 1 BH Bit 23'O. \,SI1 w I "j TM MH 47t M + It an
3.494 .". tO Ills ," pf '14t Ill lit 12* + ItITI plO W IM* lltt 100''* It4tUt s..a 0 I 1' l'I HI* MH 17 31. tt ergency operation King Pool 1

i Uflllnt1'1.,. n"' 1IH1'S ..o'.1 I I" '' CBS .IM HI I4H IK UH. 1W N" 111 ItH* .00290.50 ''I'o I" .lol Mt* U1* MH+ It ndrrwent on Feb. 21. ,f

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11 Business
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WEEKLY AMERICAN STOCK AND BOND LIST "1II'f_, .'.1 .1 I..I 2 1. l.t 1" ... 4560'l ..from low.. sod...".._c..IMII.W4I .I" .". It,I"NVt' .011_Mtt _tSttk tl -- 1 I't, Financial Notes i

WIIKLV AMIKICANNIW 714f560v5 ( Mlo* LM Llil Ck 91's994

YORK APl-FoltewlB. In tornItH (0.00.Ml.) Hloh' LOW III .. Lost N Illwt.. 1 'S 1'r 1+. 110. HEW.YOII e" 3 I 1110 I' I II NEW YORK (AP>-Th. economy potion and realization of the Income .

nan "" +(tt 000 .11. ..1 09 + 0 50 II N-.I = WI 1' I'" 0 55 $is winding up tOol first tax cut enacted by Con
tnoM Mil Mk on IM Anwlccn MMt I *111 11\ 00000414 CO"O"11 IONOIAkfted 1 '
imon**, Dvlnoi KM iMIvMwl HIM (lor -D '' 154.1015' It,4 10 1104+ 'I .. I. 1 550514 quarter of 1964 on ft higher note ...

tilt 3144, lilt wisl'. h. low and lilt .$ & I P IT =.las II"" J. I 706 314-1.15+ 4 1- an 314 I" $54.41 I l I I" 5114 5301- II' than It began the year. One of Its first concrete benefits .
001055 0004 Ih. m
MI 430500e from lilt Dl 1 2. 11 8+ 04 J' Ml 1.1 10Ht Ha*+ H4 J N'" "
D. CaSInO '' T *l* K. \ M 14' Co I ,. 19100lIeIslIsnIn \f fttt W I" i' 04 The consensus ieem to be was Its help in boosting

-A- I D. "i1.SK' \1., I 1111" 1 '1 J'i I I I'" 1 I SH 1Hj+ .005040. '' 1 7 7" that it U headed Hill higher Easter sales to record
+ a
'* I. 1 i 04 MM tT 'lltV* Utlt- tti .t 1:1'1 : ;; up an
... &; 'f"1fea 554+ I.I.. 1 11 1"1..1 = I 0511.4 ,
("'.) 014' L. L.10 CIb.0P1044 "". a 90 1 .A.. Ills 1294 .30 1 11 1" 0P00703010 + I., lit I NH 104 111 + 1'1 Coil. :: 1 1" ... t Steel production- has climbed estimated t per cent over last

ra' "I 11 03 + 1 I' .7 t" coo 0 104 to a nine-month high.
lIt 3 2cmiH.m 'sr 0344 .." 11. 4lsolS04 111 lOltk 100'A VMH N.I 1 1 0 year.
301041 1 jMJjjje Cn 1 IIH liltgWJJt 14 I .. .= 'MA -- .. 3 ,. lu', l0'l- 1" tt 04 4 *7V| tntIU co Cs. I.. 1 .14154 lIt 10 -. lOb" Automobile production and Another government move to
Atma 3.150 44 4 3014 SAl I .01 904+ 1III NI 11. HI"
4 + 04 IM4$044419l44 'l t tltl
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*0001. P100 06 414 N' .. l"r 4.1 TV* IllS, HL 2 II 11 00014 : I 'I 9'i 50 01.- 04 :I. ... 25 lOW _. CJ 70114 90 .. sales art booming. [bolster the economy-an Increase .
*0004 Wire 5 fill 514 Bat "t J 301404 2'I 41 TJH 1 .. 11" I Construction contract continue .
fI4I+ 41 Knoll 4.9 1 ,._ 11..s 'I 11+ tOtOO IM TM 04 90'l In depreciation allow-
AoroP" .10 "JIll Of* Ind Pd 1110 I 1 1'
111I 04 ,
111I : 4.04047 TtH 735400
Aoro..IO.It. .11 4111 4014+ 304 *tMHom ,a) I I.W lit 71"I"I Kr.n.r509 IlrO0RPon. 7' 1110 0 I + I.llloo.1,. w lS., 11 n..11,.. .1 *V4HHI .1. 1'1"' NI4+ H E 1 l" III 0030410004' '' to soar. lance*-began to show its effectsIn

*.,0OCS M' II I 004 104+ 14 0.1 0410. S "' t I '" I 005+ 1 111 .. 11" I bas the first
2I4 s.a.w.i? .101 II $4 $04 : 04 '" 04 A.1' I 11 1 10 1011 too The stock market spurted quarter. Corpora.
= ; mn $4 Dn POl "nB.1 1..1. IO'4I0 Ml 04 loOH loS + IIII
00094 DIII..1 -L- II.B.nd 1 11 11'1 I. "I*Antlv aMOltl + VIAmiu I C"w .' oil* to historic peaks. thong boosted their outlays for
AI" A.30 iF 'I II 141 OI.lo..1 rsi'K'ir 1 I L'.I t W. 1 .In o \ I.Ja Jr 'IOIH :(:=: CI III 11' \1. Mt"MON-+ I new and equipment. General
AI.PWP9420 n. 50 50 + \.1 I *H ,. ,%- L"" A. 1.1. 0404 lto pp 4 1 I. "\'.Ao,14t .. MO "141I, C.I 10 0504 W* tvt_ H04H President Johnson said duringthe plant
*4.144 .009 .JI 1'" $14 111'I+ 111 N !ft+ 1 I,L.m"1 II 3 + AT4T "' 1 I ICII- a.1 II 53 54 H week: "More Americans Motors Corp. will spend U
*11.04 AI.I 45 41% 4'4 4014. pikihrnc. A 1" IH+ 7414+ 54,.. .1 I 1'. 1 1'41110 AmTIT atltO MH tmAmTtT I : 001170 007 III 101 111 t :billion on expansion In 1964 and
*111015 .200 II. I ,' 24 lit: : are more prosperous than at,
dli I\fI+ 1101 porno ol IJ 1Ht_ L.mS 1.1 20 ,. I 23014. 1 1110+ 3H171 71" NM tut- VtAmTIT Coo SOS) 147 I
All 010Proe 291. 3004 304.- I 1 000,000 .00. 10 110Io. UH UHAmTiT H Cr 1 15 5 IMJ.
ITH L. -
D"I Wt+ \ 1. .. 1' 1. C'.mCoI 411,10 + lit any time l In history..
*110011 .250 .011 .110. 414 DSIICI. I 11 1 l| 05 LIocOlI.Id 7" 0 0 '0.1.014 5 II ., 3 t" It $ .- VtAmTtr Pub 4.500 "t + 1 Steel production during the.
AlliS CI' WI II 504 595 544. II 17 LMiap'rOT* Ill IT'* MH MHLM Prod 1 '' HtaTI .S M't I5'4+ Co 1 The year started out with pro

I AIII.n.Ud II 51.4 lii S't 110Alii. Oorrollv I 7 1JH,+ Filler I.. tH tH .. IIoln"' 7'1 0 1 + I l.m"T "1 '17 1' 70095 1" -D dictions that business would be week reached the highest level
All 24 0,14 3 0000AIIIOACIII OorrOII. oft V* ISH 4000- ..Mel A 4 I'% IH III. 1..10 504 7' /.- 7.
.40 11 III 01901. Ooriay .IO 4T 7'" .. 7t ,..Lane. tie I MH fl It (4 .. "m l'I I ,._ .:lAm ToO .. I 1 1,. I 7". I O.'m lVsoSO I 1011''10'' o 10'1 I good at least during the first six since last June with mills tuning

*111.4 P55 II 7II... 41 Draper 1 'I 31't + I' LaelloFey .. TH TI* 74(4 I 114' 3 + 110 ''' To 3.. 010404 000 P0..' 030.7$ 2 1011 504 1'4(8'4' .month. Now the Indications are out 2,362,000 tons of Ingots,
*100,10,4 9 ." 3Alm10 'I Driver Harp MH :- Levlnae 0 Itt II II 44 I 1211 ( 33 41 ...1 4 tl I 01 + 05 0.015 .11 \ '
0415 7 1141 I 314. 110Aloco Drue Fair t 4H 4t 1 Levlttll JO IDS 411 4 04+ 04 00.01 lId I I' I' 1'' \AOI 2 101't 11 10211-. 110'Amo o I.s77 I' IID" that the climb has farther to go up 2 per cent from the previous
A to 014 l'sVs OunlOB lo I It IH*0100 Lib FM 441 f 1 ,. 14'*-. 55 905.415 'oe 1" 4 304 4 ., .' 43SII4 I 004' 00 04 215.45 10 f"% 1'1 .. 1OILW Tax Cut Plays Part week.
*II.mll .ISo II 7" 614 7110AIc. purelov Co I 114504394. Llltikim Am 1.. 04L0Io.l. ..n'o 1 14' 2 II A.m "'. 0105 00S'4+ 0073 4 5 S I
pit 71 03102 II II + 04 OwT. .1ST 1..H .. 4H+ 94 I.. l'tLteUaaO + 04 J 414 414' 1111, C" ".' ..III 1I4H Ill.+ IILW" I I" 40.-+ 9 I. A big factor has been antic!!: 1 Shipments for the first quarter .
A 004115 OIl 1S.1Io." 404. OmolC. 141 4H 1 tel IT>* 14HLecko 'MOO e3..1 I I I were estimated at 20 million
Indo4 II 304 34.. 'I I I 1 Nfl Mt : WHLackwd .\1 11314 5041AuolnV OLW ..2 4 'f ,". .
c-. L. Dl. _. I0 .. e li : >u> 1 Ill 4 17 + 21111. 0 51 1 11.45.1 Wen Low Last Chi tons an Increase of 10 per cent

AmIllOrl :i. 1.0 10 11% 0004.-- F Ii-.i 1>* IH : :' 1.1."L.w.. U 1\41.' 1 \Alo '..7.7 I 10 IO 0 ,O .'. I DolEd 304.70 1. '" Sill00$1 0, (II.ONI Hloh Lew Lett CMPec over the like period last year,

A 1.011 1100 WOO 4J1, 41 4IH- 'II 11. II N N TH 4H+. 'i.r .030 \ 1:1 12'l (3014+ 0100100 .,1 1 1 10 I. 04AHOIn Dl. 2 I". I''. 790144 OS 111 14 Tit* M 71.*- ttPacUT
AmBkl.1OI 4 4914 404 04 I 400404 Ll. I I. t- \ 010." II 1\ 55 19 0714 1 I. O'E' 09004IA 4tM II tH ttH ttHPecTir 05 The two-millionth passenger
*001011091. 04 0 4 + 141 $ atta alAl ItaCt S I" :. I. 1(4 I.t..7 to 1H 1 10 ... 7 11 1 1.,1.111." *:: n : 01 : I O.Alr I" I 750 Ills% I''." 71544 OIl Hull I 17 14'* ITPecTiT .. car of 1964 rolled off assembly
Am Electron ," 1. ill 1I 14 ". 004 .. I I OM H 4504+ 04 .1 20. ,. 1' UI' 5654OP. : : 5s'1 101 OAI t 7' 110Dwh ItrtT I 10'* Tt Tt IVtPacTlT
Am hit AIAmloroel $ l'l l016. Ic.5 II laH IIH .. 1 Llt.F 'I ,I "' as>*+ .15 2 71 504.91 04 ::: :: : 50 10101 l0I'I I '. .IAtC.I.1 D 4 31.155 lIlt 721 '00004.-+ 1lO. Hani a TH TlH '- V4PAA lines during the week. Producers
C"1 1"
I Oat 3 := $14AIIIMA0C ::: l M 11 I. 1144+ y Ttt 1 ?HLyncfiCa \5..".. '' I2'I u + 041.msPlslo0 01 00 001% 504-3.11 C314'4577 1' 11'1- V4 1l7t were talking about the like-.
443 0113 + 141 II MuM 1 5 ,- -M + 00 S 0200 I'' 9341,4 2 hl" l 14SO M4 MS 244 +MVtPenPwlL
Am Mil JOT 5 46 4509 424.II I 7 14H V4VI+ I J4f r* IN* 3511100 .. 1 lO'4' 00 014 .'.1 lIP 'Ill L 406500 .. fcTi 13 IT II"10 ihood of a record eight-million-

Am".. .IIAmKMl 49 514 7110 7_ 54 0114.41.feoln* ail" at* MH Mactadl 401 I OHMadiTrk 'I 1 715504 "'IRe ," I" ....., L' 315404 394.77 1 '" 1. tl, Penn lit. 4 IOIH IOtH MJH- 55 car year. Last year sales totaled ,
Pet I "'" IH tH- 04 'I. 4H 4Hlectraa I wl UH ,. 15(4+ 'IMII.I 0 I'l' 02430.40 I "I" I1 1' 1\ Pen RR 4'wtS' ISI 1011" IOOH 101 + 04
AieleEej .OSeAmSaal It .'" 5' 5009 .. 31511 la Ut* 2M+ I IIH ITH- I I I "vo C. I COhs .- ._ Pen RR .'..1 II ItH M If *tPCC 7.7 million.
.JSd III 1S'4 1. 15 + 1011 AtlII 7 M-. .;_.1" I 17 .I_ *11110 '1 54 'I S 045ni15t310 -! I 22 1 I'* 14''* ''+ "PIn II Sill' : 5704. I Production during the week
( lltt .I 1 :: : : 1:1
04 71 .'. 14
A Thrd at IS U 444 404 .10 \ 1. 4H .. c 5144. 110 StIO VtBallOS IrSI2.. \ 14 000 7 99 9404,4. '
ANelei C.'. "II' itt* at + 314 II M'tlt. ,. 14+ .Mos.IP.Il 330110040(4+ 04MonoaOII ..U.O 2 .110 I' .1. 14 e"h7 3111'5 I c..IS K>1 I. tH ITM V* '.IIo..v I' II 101'41 100 700 IIIPIlew was estimated at 166,900 cars.
AlKPMl JOAndreeft 4 I4't' III 11. fclronke + 4l4 II''" 04 no in asvt M'** H II'. l9'I '
110 077443544 + 2 BIO VV4VMIOT f I. *1HBO H 404573 4 0211 up from 164,807 the previous
.MAndvGd 24 tt tH 5114.41 I l-Tronlci IO 4 I + I" 4 I' 1t.s II 4 .r 7 7110 7' 06 'I l IN. I 0,0. all I ItH UH :, <* phll.EI 1,50 3 101'1' 10011 l000i- 1.
OSe M t''. IH l>4+ 04 1 menM Cora t IH IH* 05'M"M".' .' 05 7404 11 1504 ... Sl... .10 I ,, 1 13".1.Lt.1 II BIO C.'I"O It .J U.'* 5'401.0 I -I- "hll.11 450437 04 101 001 101 I'l week and 139,104 a year ago.

AneLoA .450AneWu :" 4 ao4I\Ioo- 110 uh C .III 11 I a 311.05>t ,M.I" 37. !<*- 54 1 1. U"- 110 ... I M M't IS ViBliO imPIn )>I1 t IOOH 100't 10'1 "hll.EI 455,59 11 100111011 00"+ 5. 4H.529 Sales Reported I
.40Anwl I IOH lot 10H- 0.4 af I 1 0 1501 15054 t. 40414 .!.." tl>4 fit tllt+ *> "mil CV4H. N't' SH VtPadPMll "hll.EI 1'0.. I 10 10 10 110"hll.11
MM let 2 1'
Co.MAnIPooll 1n. KH 21HI 04 1"1' .J I .1 tH *-.. 3040.79 I 7. 705Os I. 000+, II BaxLtb CV4MI t lit III 111 4 t loll 1 Hot IOOH MOVt V> 8'4433 I SO II 56 Sales for the March 1.20 period
J4b .'. It oH11 14 1 IH Kt- M0 a 0 09,5+ I .. I .. 504. .04 Barman ..5" 1 117'* 111|17l*+ *> Mamo 304577 4 w. wi* .. .IIoEI 1'.11I 7 12'4' 5104 501- 1phllolll totaled 414,529 substantial
Apache Corp It 0,14 514 514API. Io 1 1 Martkt M. M UH I II + .'D.'U I Si 7110 5 4 14 Battil 104 lit 111 + I cv4" 4 .loin 10504+ 314167 5 l40 0050 0410 cars a
COIR I''* 4'* .'. I. MOO CoW u 1'it> an at* MtaryCort 1.. : l%. :1 '. 1. 3054 3100+ 94lImnCp Bath .C..I I" 0 1 tBoalno fln" H Mt M l phllMor O'is19 11101" 101 00004.PIIlII9 '4 gain over the 387,428 for
APOII. Ind 33 I'" ft IH1240 41 4Vt- 040.nl.l.s MarrCarPI A $ 17 1491(0.. .'1".1 110 + 11* laCC ..'1 II TTH I 77H+ 4.117 004 IIJ'_ 112. 111""cnSL 91
APW .... "'" ti tin41 | 4.o04 J3I U It 5-04 M4 Cup .til I* isit \Sli 4.1 t I. 07'l ,_ 54 kordan full 10 li" MH UH- 'oodPr C" ,70 I* til tt't titPoraD *- \ ,.,0 01 (024' 10104 00004. 1 the like period a year earlier.
M MH tH Mt l
Akua CnomArMI "'. ITH "'/>+ 1. P-adlEI 4H 4Haao *+ 14 MaocaC .14MaomP 14 1' I ." I" 21. I" BoMMO IMl Itt IIH 1I' .\. *! | t* .. CUL..1I I 5014' "'. 950" Construction contracts In February
IncArKLGet 12T ]'* I I Ii I. ,1 M 11. 1,4011 p4 I" I u I I"1 BoiMO 4'tlTOf 20'l 1'10 I -ii 41144 I n'* tt'* ttttPubSEO .
II "ITI tH IIH MHIT + Is > C. 714 04104514 I 1' 0000(4-00 SIlIcon T.n 1' 1HS74 2 UH U"* 11- \ pltCo.1 l\'t. 1"" 5014 95I4. 914P000EO totaled $3,201,304,000 up

Armour wt 11 M atm- 04 E. .. 1 7'" I I'104+ .Mo_ ISo I 504(4 .lIv" pr f 7-14 ",aI.1 BnoUn 4t II WH II + 1.'AOII Cv4.. 4 Hilt 110 111V+ IVt 410177 15 IOJ" 02 101 150PoUSCO 10 per cent from $2.917,283,000
AMmart Oil 95 15-14 11-11 tt lII" i'- .. 1. 1" 1" 1" c'.1 41101H IW'* lOUt .. Gilt Cl* ,... 1 101 101 101GanCloc .. 304504 4 043' 14'4 14'4.014
AldBaby. M 14 4H 4Vl 40414. 4 j .form 111 It I "'ol'r 01 w d. '" 'I IlmBd 1 (4' 1004 304+ 114Slmoooos Bu.r e.'' 313475 1 "' tlHMolAc 04 ,'.." t 11 11 U in February 1963. The Increasewas

.J .45 11. 3111 31490.510 "' : l': :. :r' =' : 00.SInoV I 0677 .I 104H '031'(30-% -QRToftniiiMiiiittiiJiini- paced by a 17 per cent rise-
;::t R'i i i. CII
1.111114 '4 (94- 04As.d0II .1_ a TH i 7'4 04 U>4 IJH Vi MOIAc* I>W 104''* 104V+ ,
0 554 45' 4'4 41. 1'1 I 50.1451 .. .25 II WH 1H '0" 04 Sln' .15s 1,0 15504 CPe it Ut* KH UH ... I MotAM toll I I04t 104 104 Qu.O.1' on contracts for new residential

And".10 4 I02 10'" 01'1+ 110A. ''p.l.l I. I 1' I 41* f* ..300 + 04 ".. 71 I lit lilt. at, 4HMI Tl III IOOH lOMi 55 buildings
0.4 T.tI..0 11 611 130 "''a. 110 II 7 94 IN 1900. SII C. 207 704 54 .,. 4'1a7T lout lootVt, alAC 4Hall Tl WIH 100't 101 110 Read IVtitS It SI S7'" SI + HlevnTob
4 *00170 Inc II.. 31,5 3'1110 7 1.1 II 0 04 1010-I'll 42014l4014.-(4 C.I.'s 1'0" n't' MH+ .1:OMACC 4vuu MI 100 ntt n'AOMOIACC 014 3i73 I to'. It'* Mt..- HrlKMI President Johnson made his
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*101,4111 202 2000 170% 101Io+ 11'1Ateo 1. I" 004114+ I.110 MI.I. .. ft* \S.M'.I 2 15 1 (5,54 '1 ..1 TH Tit Ttt+ 'I 47* III 54'% tl' t4'%- \ CV4HM1 lit I37>4 IH 117' .+ VtRonr assessment of the economy In
CIosm 2, 1' 1 I" (90141.919 Oil 1 32544. Cv5'.l77 10 lOll lot Idt'tRoy t
,. 1Stf Il C. 1 I I" CanGa IIH lit IU4 tHoTI U tl-t tlH "<*- '
304-Os 1.
.30 17. 7. 5 1'1ACLCo I'. .. n. I II 1110 II Mi I. IIt .. '1 290404\ CRRNJ 1'2 4S'4 "'' V4Corn aM 3''' IW 3H tl Me I'4TT U lOTtt 10T 10T't I'* an address to the national legislative
1405 052 00055015-204 .1 I" 11 11494+ 00000 .. ,.. 14 344+ \SC 'of.1 "t ,. 2 94IC .(.(' II 'III't ''+ *. GAC aM a* flit .I 1301+ 94 Ryder cvJ'O3' It 144 13)*' ,.,.- Itt conference of the AF1:
A' 00,41,19 72.. 1000 II + P.1 P. I l'. .. 5l.. 54 040,000505 111 tH 11f I .2 0 2 I + Chad cv4i74>, 55 ""'41 "'- 50 .. -s-

AtlT.,11I .'71 II 511 l't+ 04 Pllm. .4 3 tOol IIAb.N I loll "' II + \sc 4 24001 22'4 020614 Chobl1. I" N 15 + 'I aM 147741001.tt it it.i ft ian7MOtC .\SLIP JllOOef M IS'* 14'* Ii CIO building and construction
11.51010 .., 150 (314 1.II 04AIIIICO PnnG" 1 I. I 77 S' Ft+ $C405s4100 12001320421 1 $1 N 12'Is+
94 Ch.d.I.* I 1'4'" IT tit* 1' .SLIP 4WU027J II tl't' tl flf *tIILIP trades
WI 71 104 1 I'I+ 110AII..o. Polio) 1.1 p4,4 I. 1 MIII Pact JO 1 14H 1IHllrMonl + \los Cult .., ISle I.. 10044 I'I I OS'4 0S'4 1'4+ 04 07,1 CV4VTT 401 I14t 4 H4't+ '' 41" t Utt 11 13 tlStLI
lOS II 1610 1. 0- 95 P50095940 ll 1I. ..1_ .. I.. 4 4'* ... .Gulf VIII I" 1. 1114.- 00 CheiAO .. IChartO $ 30014 1011 ... onTol CV4IT1 US tWH IM I0ttt+ Iat4llt I M't' M.* SIlk ,. 'I In the past year ha said
011150 low 1 04 0Aiodl30) .. 11,01101., 11 4009 4. ..+ IIP1.0040 Mil 11. '' .'. .. .II..UI' 1 ,.. 04 (. II ts<. JH tS'4+ *> ( Tim CV4H07I II 4H t4 t4'- 14, SCOIIPI CVH71 10> 144 141 14! It* these records have been set: 70
.21' .u 13. 12'. 11Auror. \.+ 1 .'I 1 II" 30414 M. In 102 102 ... I' II. I .. N 551'I no 2'4o 00 1 1'' 1" 5014II II 050% N't M>' 41 .... R 4ell II 101'. 101 101 I'" ,
.224 5' II .1 31'1)+ 306 111m... I 5 .. UroAl, I. *. l I'' 11HMoKanToi + .S" 03 1114 0(14. .no I. 94. 5 I" 0301. 1C.B"Q Gleh"1 at t IU ill +14 laanRAC till 31 lOS't' 10S 10"'.+ VtleanA million Jobs; national produc

*0105051 ".. 11 214 2 0 .. '. I .1 7"POo.11 04 c H 7 7' 54 544107 I.-Oo 314.00 3 54 56 .. lIon CMHaTO .HI + 0401N00p 4HI7I 10 1011 102 1,12 Ion over $600 billion; more than;
Aullllpd.- 01 405 404 604(4 .It.b' 1 hO 4 ,Mohawk """r 111 T'* rt 7"- '00.00. .t 0 .. 404 05404 Ch""Q '..1 10 1'4' 1" .. 4ViaTI lOOt lOS ICONRy 04 I...,.* 4>ti7T II loll 100 100 IV*
*015,1 S 3l I'" 1.- 94AoIsInd 1. 'I 00% 914 5044 "'Moivod I l-'l '* 1-1.1. ,. 51. 5190 Chlll .5.1 20 I. 1 1" + 1 IHoMN I Tlit 74'tINoRy Servf>t IJOili 30 WH ItH ItH ...I 1.8 million new homes; new
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'od 1 11 04414 11 1 1 : StdBdPt .10 chl 1 11 I 1 1' _' \ ."SnallO .... i 101't 103* 101'- I construction over $60 billion.
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, Voices Low, But Spirits Hig 3Qn orage I

By JULES LOH all I could do to stay on my Then I could hear use stepjrOttfwhole/ '' house collapsed

ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP) feet. Cabinet doors flung open, creaking and groaning! s rt- bfbmd nie. I turned around, andYwaiAlmost
The melancholy quiet of disas- the dishes came tumbling out, ed for the front door, a\ out of sight.
ter'i aftermath hat fettled over everything began bouncing member saying out loud T. ly *Wre just grateful," said
this pitifully scarred city. around, and the walls were almost Bob would hurry up and McCreedy, 37, "that we're
Soldiers guard deserted' rippling. here' then I began screaming both alive and young enough to
streets Weary people line up "I sat right down on the floor "Just as I stepped on the front start again.! "

with bottles, buckets, jars, coffee
tins, at big water-tank
trucks. Others line up at a

[P fa i iw school building for typhoid
? shots, others at the city park
for soup In steaming vats

Eyes are dull from shock and Glenn
fatigue, but if voices are low Quits

spirits seem amazingly high.
The crucible of common misfortune
ri has brought out the beat In

.. nearly everyone, and selflessness
F i E has become contagious,
r though the struggle simply to Ohio
keep one's own family warm Senate Race
and fed Is exhausting

At the home of construction

worker Victor Peal seven chll- ,
aa ''* a ai dren, five of them neighbors,
4. huddle before the fireplace. For

r them Good Friday's wicked Injury
Ih earthquake has brought only

grand adventure.

They melt snow In a big yellow I From FallBlamed
plastic trash basket on the
hearth, eat lunch from olive
drab tins, spend the night to- I
gether in sleeping bags A

r neighbor, Frank Reed, has an
1> i < electric stove, so Mrs. Paal Is d I

able to cook one hot meal a day SAN
As neighbors swapped experiences Former astronaut John H.

it became more clear Glenn Jr., withdrew today from
what It was like during the awful j the Ohio U.S. Senate campaign

minutes that began at 8:36: i, because of Injuries from a bathroom .
p.m. Friday. fall last month.

"Are you sure It was only "No man hasa
Hot For minutes?" said Clarence Colbert right to ask
Soup Quake Victims
an engineer. "I'd swear for a seat In it, ,".
that damn thing lasted at least either branch of
A* Army ttrfMirf pan kt (..., In coed Cuhklrti .
up a teas rf ache"le "*., sit the .
half hour. We all at Congressmerely ,
..rtt.u.k.. m... hmdrtdl kmiltn sad ...tre,.. ...jor lidos .f the h..I"... dlitrlct. AP home.a At first I thought were It was because r ,,hi''
Winphoto) i
just another small quake-we tl of a specific
get 'em all the time here m event such as

"Then I heard a sound, like orbiting the F

Alaska Starts To Clean rolling drums and I knew it was t' earth"In a spacecraft
big. I hollered 'Let's get out of
here did." told I newsmen
-and we
after one of his
Strangely, few others recall I { GLENNparticipation
; physicians said
hearing any sound at all other HI
Up Earthquake's In the campaign
than glass breaking and furniture 'I would be detrimental to hit
tumbling. Jean Miller, for health and
;t Instance, was at the doctor's office recovery.
ANCHORAGE. Alaska (AP) south of Anchorage, had only long waterfront area collapsedInto with two of her seven children His statement was made at
Shuddering through successive two known dead, but Its business the sea. and didn't even feel the the Air Force hospital wherehe
: 1 strong after-shocks, Alaska was IS per cent destroyed All along the ring of the Gulf earth shake at first. Railroad To Oblivion was brought March 6 to re-
today laboriously dug out of the and few of Its men still had of Alaska where the great quake started to lean against the cover from Inner ear damage

ruins of an historic earthquake jobs. struck In fury at 4:38 p.m. Friday to talk with Dr. Mills," For..i .( "rth...... end tidal we. shined erects this h.... se S ..r4. This h the way Speculation Ended
disaster.' Alaskan Railroad Miller said "and the wall eke former .etiw ...tert..". .looked .H.r the
The vital It was a similar story of 1"1 tidal ways track itrnll the meter! "">" pre Glenn's announcement ended
"Th* death toll front\ Friday route from Seward to the. Into- low casualties but mighty rain away from me The doc for ........'. .iaeerler- .. At *Li. ..,*'the. homed S-. -,."*, Z.". "". stones. Unlit .t .,.._..,... Oil. w eks of speculation on how the
eled.lrecord \ of wretkcM me "and Vie hlldnn /APWMepkpmf: r ""....-.-.- '
quake was ass fUt1 WIt jumtny Anchorage, the fnetropotl'* or pushed! : .. _.I Injury 1 would MfeefWis future
proxlmately 70, an amaiingly cars and twisted rails A mile- the state with an area population to the floor, and feU down on top of the spaceman turned politician
low figun f the grim-realization of 100,000, counted 12 dead. III of us. When It first happened, Civil .
of ruin was Polk business district and its best I thought It was just a truck RightsSupporters MacArthur ClingsTo The' ear Injury impaired
) only bcgln*,,,ramie In upon City residential sections were totter. ,going by." Glenn's sense of balance and
a stunned population.Gov. ing heaps of awesome wreckage Out at the fashionable Turna curtailed Ms plans to retire

William A. Egan revisedhis Man 25 gain section Esther McCreedyknew I' from' the, Marine Corps March
estimate of property damage Kodiak Island enumerated 1 12 it was no truck. Launch Life Amidst 1 to enter the Ohio Senate race.
upward to a conservative) Is Shot dead. Its fishing fleet and canning "I was In the rear corner of Fight X Glenn said he sent a telegram
$350: million. Other unofficial plants were wrecked. the room fixing dinner-a ham, to Ohio Secretary of State Ted
estimates were higher with pineapple rings and brow I WASHINGTON (AP) Son New Brown requesting that his name
The governor raised his estimate BARTOW-A 25yearoldPolk Dock *CollapsesOne sugar," Mrs. McCreedy said Hubert H. Humphrey leads oil ComplicationsWASHINGTON I II bI taken off the Democratic
after visiting his home City man, allegedly shot hundred and five miles "I was Just thinking how good with a challenge today as Senate ballot.
town of Valdez, which had 32 by his father-in-law, remained southeast of Anchorage reports it was going to taste. backers of the civil rights I (AP) Gen Earlier, they Indicated the general The Marine Corps lieutenant
dead and suffered heavy destruction. In critical condition at the from the small town of Valdez "The first shock came. It wu bill launch an all-out campaig I Douglas MacArthur, fighting was wavering between cosclousness colonel said he might return toils
Lakeland General Hospital pronounced Waldeez' salt a series of quick jumps, like the aimed at winning passage o f for his life, developed a kidney and sedation. home near the National
Edward A. McDermott. President today many of the 32 dead were on! ground was stuttering. I had felt the controversial measure. condition of "grave concern' The latest emergency came Aeronautics Space Admlnlstra- ,'I
Johnson's personal representative Jerry Combee was hospitalized a dock that collapsed when hi worse and wasn't alarmed Then The Senate battle Is expectedto during the night, doctors at early Easter morning and doc- lion center at Houston within a
on the scene, was flying Saturday night and by a huge sea wave. all of a sudden I was being last lot weeks. Although Walter Reed Hospital reported ors: had to operate for s third week or so.Future.
back to Washington todayto treated for an Ml carbine The sea waves also worked knocked from one wall to an day Is the first day the bill today. They said his condition 1 time the second emergency Uncertain

recommend' special relief wound. terrible and deadly destruction 'other. before the Senate, to-j remained critical. surgery in seven days. ,_
legislation. Arrested and charged with thousands of miles away killing 'I flicked off the stove burners -I hive been talking against It The doctors also reported They removed about eight, As 10 his future plane, Glenn

Disaster Area assault to commit murderwas at least 16 persons In Call and got In a corner It was. almost! a month. hat the general had "unfortun- feet of small intestine lIter a said: "Perhaps there will beother
Combee's father-in-law forma and Oregon. Worst of The subject of the civil rights ately" developed a recurrence portion of It had become opportunities for service
The President already has Richard Dease, 42, also of these sufferers was Crescent Frost Threat bill! was brought up by newsmen of f intermittent bleeding from trapped in an old hernia. It had to our country or be a later
declared the 49th state a maJor Polk City Calif, more than 2.000 ate Saturday at a news conference his esophagus the conditionthat literally strangled for lack of time when I can conduct thetype
disaster area McDermottsaid City.Said Followed miles from the quake's epicenter. Seen President Johnson held ails prompted his second operation blood. of campaign I think every

it was obvious the full disaster Chief Criminal Deputy I. E. There 11 persons died and TonightBy Texas ranch home. more than a week ago Doctors said they had found candidate should conduct."

relief program permitted De Reus said Pease followed 11 were still missing. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Seen Solving ProblemsIn MacArthur Is attempting to a small perforation In the Glenn said tests of his condition -
under present law would not be Anchorage, center of the Alas- moved section but that by specialists "have led to
Combee from the former'shome Cold air tunneling down from reply to a request for his weather the Impact of his third re'l
enough.At he. said. It would after Mrs. Combee and ksiKrecovery effort, went sober Canada spread over the South views on school boycotts, the major operation in 24 days. He tad been no gangrene.1st (Turn to Page 2, Column 7)
best her husband had had an argument ly about Its business, flinchingat of has been receiving bedside aid
months to today and brought a threat resident laid "We believe in Operation Undergone
four get
take two to .
successive aftershocks.One .
Saturday night scattered frost in north Florida the of an arsenal of life supportmj
right petition as given
into White House
Alaskan economy wy shake, felt In From the time that report
strongly .
According to De Reus, when equipment.The i
tonight under the Constitution, but he .
workable shape Ernest Pease arrived at the Corn- Anchorage Easter evening, was Temperatures |In the 30s were aid he believed the civil rights year-old general was came Sunday, the only succeeding Easter Egg Hunt
Senators had been of "no
Alaska bee's home Combee still rated at 7.3 on the Richter under sedation during the night, reports
was forecast for northern portions bill would be a long step toward -
and E. L. (Bob) Bartlett condl-
Greening In- In the car., and Dense fired scale of energy by the University and In the 40s In the Interior of solving problems that (;eult and was receiving intravenous hange" Inthe general's Snowed Out
also from undetermined of Washington at Seattle, fluids, blood transfusions and tion. His family was close by-
an range. southern portions in ,
dicated they would press for an 1,500 miles petitions. either In the recovery area or
De Reus said the shot away University Some morning readings It wbuld oxygen as he required it.
early Asked If he thought
immediate aid grant In Con- scientists said It In the executive suite of the WASHINGTON (AP-The Innual -
was a
passed through the metal part In the Aleutian separate today Included 46 at Tallahassee be possible to get a cloture vote I Condition Still Critics! ,Walter Reed Army Medical White House Easter egg
greaL Typically. Seward. 60 miles of the car door, and then 47 at Gainesville 51 at to cut off the expected Senate 'Center. roll was snowed out today.At .
trench 600 miles northwest of But the doctors ssld; the five-
completely through Combee'abody. Tampa, 65 at Miami and 71 at filibuster against the bill Johnson star general was still in critical MacArthur entered the hospital 1:25 a.m., the White House

Reds (Turn to Page 2, Column I) Key West said: "I haven't gone Into condition, as he has been for 28 days ago today suffering Issued the following statement:
Brazil I that. I think that will have to several days. from severe jaundice and on The White House announcesth
be determined after the his first regret the cancellation ofthe
Late Sunday night hospital March 6 underwent op-
Charge CoupIs I don't know whether" it spokesmen said that Mrs. Mac- ration. Doctors removed gallstones Easter egg roll scheduled
necessary or /lot. debate'l Arthur had visited her husband and his gall bladder to for today.
In his prepared Senate several times through the day. (Turn to Page 2, Column ') "Tours of the White House
PlannedRIO I today, Humphrey said however will be oermitted from

4 san backers of the civil rights 10:00: s.m. until 2:00: p.m."
DE JANEIRO (APBrun' )- bill are ,anxious" for "full and Award-Winning Editor Two Inches of snow had fallenIn
dominated fair debate the nation's capital by 7 a m.
Communist -
The Minnesotan, assistant with a forecast of up to five
labor leadership: charged today Democratic leader and floor Named To Post On LedgerEmmett Inche.

that conservative military men manager for the bill, said "We

ale are planning to overthrow left. J are also willing to come to a Peter Jr has joinedthe of Forestry, and associate editor
decision each title of the bill
leaning President Joao Goulart on Lakeland Ledger staff aa of "The Quill," national
Leaders of the General Confederation and on the bill Itself. associate editor and editor of journalism monthly of Sigma
'_ "We are willing to let a majority
f1 of Workers vowed to 0 ,_ of the Senate say 'yea' the editorial page. The appointment Delta Chi.

i, oppose any attempted coup with or 'nay' on voting rights,. pubic Cleve was announced today In 1961, Peter's editorial
by support of a proposed public
accommodations, school desegregation "
> a general strike and "any methods liamm r"
execu- hospital against an attack by
equal employment
f of fighting which the moment tlve editor/ entrenched medical Interests
opportunity and the other
I demand.." of this legislation," he and Publisher) brought his paper the national
Gardner (Pat) I Sigma Delta Chi medallionfor
I la a public statement, they said. Page
unions and work Cowles III,) publlo service. He also
urged Brazil's Challenge Issued publisher. received the same year, the Amusements ,..,..". 10
ers to be prepared for s general i 4 aLiTJ Peter comes I ItoLakelandl y Headliner award for
., Then In a direct challenge to National Bridge .....,_"_ 8
strike. the bill's opponents led by Sen. exposing a conspiracy among
; Comics ...__ 10.11'
Crisis Crowing Richard B, Russell, D hadl"1'' Classified __...
Humphrey expressed hope that where he payment of income taxes. 12.13

The labor leaders Issued the : they "will be equally willing to been with ThSsV, Last year, Peter was recipient Deaths ...?.,....._.,.., 2

I warning amid a growing crisis Institute A permit the Senate to work Its Dally Comrner- PETER of a citation of thePaul Editorials "...__ .4
I over Goulart's attempts to e. will, after an opportunity for vial for seven Tobenkin Memorial
Horoscope _
social reforms A native of Florida .? 10
sweeping a searching examination and years. Award for "editorial defenseof
| and strengthen his power to analysis of each and every pro he attended Emory and Stet academic freedom In FlorM I Television _._ 11.
a recalcitrant Con- son universities, then became Sports.. __.. 1FOSECAST ,
circumvent Ttrlnl W vision" ''-*fi example of counts -
...... ,_ ,. r.m.. tn Than W.Tvnr: Of ,",VM


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LAKELAND_ LEDGER. Monday March M, 1164 -
J Alaska Glenn Withdraws

T14'Ji. I'' SUMMIT SCHEDULED \Vj/ .. rom Worm (()itrwC llJCT

I MORROW I worldwide COLOMBO mmmit Ceylon conferenceof (AP-A : "W
nonaligned natiuni hat been I
I scheduled for Cairo during the From Quakes conclusion that the londi fell Feb :2* as be attempted .
hang a mirror In the bathroci
first week of OctoberAMERICA'S :lions causing my
i Friday'! epicenter but Anchorage be resolvec,of his Columbus Ohio apartment
Temoeraturet In Florida And Around The Nation probably not
0'' L ft Rh ___ ._.._ .
--- n of
felt it with number
jittery apprehen- for at least a

: STATION H. LMlJml W. Palm Bch-------- 77 i9 Loa Angeles .. .. .. .. 82 53 ilon months He banged the left side of h.,

iCOUftSON . .. ..... ... 18 62 Atlanta .. . ..... 59 23 Meniphia .......... .. 59 23 An earlier mid-afternoon i Doctor have advised that I head against the edge of th
Jacuunvllle ........ 12 47 Boston .. .. ..... .... .47 28 Milwaukee .... .. ..... 29 15 ihock led to a civil defense carrying on In a work Hatui bathtub and suffered a concision .
........... the conditionand Doctors described the ''fl
1'1 Charleston 89 50 New Orleans ....... 70 only aggravates
.. -
Key West .... 75 701 Chicago ..........i.. .. 28' 20 New York ........... 1i2 31 fan delay recovery withiI jury as labyrlnthltls, an inflammation
LAKELAND ........ 7. Sol Cleveland ............ 33 23 lit louis ............ 42 18 !trim; fal' titf" of the Inner ear

Ocala . .. ......... 75 IiO Denver ..........i.... 58 321 San Francisco ... ..... :i6 49 Marine Corps regulations pr '

Orlando . ........ 79 54 Des Moines .......... 27 6 Seattle ........ .. .. .. 71 50Waahington vide for retirement only on th
Pensacola .. ....... 13 47Saruota Detroit ... ..... ....... 33 22 .. .. .... 54 32 warning of I new tidal wave first day of a month. Glen
Seward It
headed for was
Fort Worth .......... 71 4? the possibility that agitation originally was scheduled to n
.. ....... 76 55 Juneau ..... .......... 44 37 BAROMETER called off quickly but people would develop Into a chronic: tire March 1. His.military/ co'

Tallahaallee ........ 69 41 Indianapolis ......... 38 18 1 7 a.m. -30.22 who had lived through Fridayevening's situation from which recovery flection prevents/ an active mIn :.

Tampa .. .. .. ...... 78 51 ,Kansas City .......t. 38 17 I p.m. Sunday30.10MacArthur terror fled to high might be much more difficult" politics ,

ground._ he said ""' '..""....'.. .ao..._..". "", ,Ii'.. ..,-7. _VII "'L'.
111. rnaay evening quaKe
"To make full recovery
was rated by experts at 12 to probable they strongly recommend ballot regardless of developments
87 on the Richter scale. This that I discontinue any election plclata hay
of said. He opposed, Sea. Stephei
scale measuring the release activities at least 1
for for
energy has never before rated plan. M. Young, 74,' In 'Ohlo'l May
several months
the next
8 a quake higher than ... and Glenn had been preventedfrom Democratic primary:

4eoi'Q then only rarely and In unpqpu- actively campaigning until In Columbia, Young'i forte
'ated places.' he had retired from the Marine said last week the senator would

Corps His release from the win handily If the:election wen

\asa. .. *:i ,.. 1 Emmett PeterAppointedlo corps his had recovery been postponed from the pcndiw bath- held Doctors now at Wllfprd. Hall have
fail.Glenn maintained all along he Is making
I ; I room
,' > .jI ...,.. who associates say a nqrmal recovery from
definitely will not be able to retire -the Injury
e"" CO-ti f Wednesday. he had hoped Dr Carl W. Brannon, chairman

ndent ne Ledger Post scheduled a series of morningnews of the department of orthopedic
conferences surgery at the hospital

L4 work Peter' Interest Is In To prevent crowding his room and Glenn's family doctor, said
the bedside Interviews were to In a recent Interview that "time
20th American letters.
LARGEST SELLING : He Is century just now completing a be limited to a few persons at Is the Important..thing." He said

6 YEAR OLD KENTUCKY BOURBONgBBBBQDBQDBBBDBBDBBBD .. book, "The Gentle Rebel," to a time t spokesman for Wll the blow caused no apparent
.. ... -- brain did
-- -- _-- -- be Houghton, ford Hall Air Force Hospital damage and not Impair
=:,. published by
_ $ laid his hearing.
--- --- '$$
The year-old former astronaut When Glenn sits too long
--- -...--. a ; .,:
; ; ;;;
his head .
/0' I who resigned from the turns too abruptly 01
iWANTEDE AT ..j ,tf.n._ ), t JI' ._ nation's space program planning walks for any distance he e_
'. eM 0Mlfnln. to retire from the Marine perlences. diztlness and loss of

".__k__" .. The critical _study Corps and enter_the..Ohio race, balance associated with nausea
-- -- .
- - 1 --"- ----- -
i --- jp -. seeks to establish JamesBrsnch

= THE MYSTERY SHOPPER'S WIATHER FORICAST." ....11.... w.r. ,.... Faulkner as major world fig
: .mytrotum wr tipct4 t. tit 'into Hi* I0i. Tti Icy .0,ir was lucid b y stron| wldcli, dipped 4.., I
: WINNER OF THE let, Grl, AI..*", and Mlnltilppl. Atlanta n<4 e news'r..kl,| law ....,... .( 24 tW.y. Onitiitnikly urea In thought.He
I Is also editor of a Florida
'I phtto) toM wt.rlir tn4 scan .,...* from lh. mldwMt ...... Into ..itorn status (AP Wlr. ilstory book scheduled next To See If Gambling Dead

I month by the University of HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP-, Just yank It out, like a bao
TRIP TO NASSAU II Florida Press. tooth" he said
I Peter, a Methodist II married I Police start checking today to Almost 1,000 casino employes
I A to the former Miss Marorle see that this mountain resort
will be without Jobs One of the
= FOR TWO, AND THEE I ) ; Brown, of AsheviUe city's biggest Industry, Illegal largest casinos had a payroll of
N.C., and the couple has three
gambling, Is really dead $1.5 million a year.
In Critical
children, Marcia Melanie
$25000 and Emmett Peter III. Roulette_ wheels. dice, card Hot Springs will lose S140,000
WARDROBE tables and slot machines were in taxes It collects each year on

j ZONE FORECASTS Conditionrelieve stilled Sunday by order of Gov. gambling.
l Orval E. Faubus. Estimates of the amount spent
= I A: Generally fair and colder., \ Campaign Whether the closing Is permanent -here annually on illegal gambling .
this ticket In bile obstruction
you lI High the 60s Low tonight 30 a / causing
l Is a question. One club operator run to more than $50 mil
I to 38 with a light freeze or : '- the Jaundice. Helpers Named predicted the casinos lion. The amount spent on housing
: Call Mr. Sam Pincus at ia I fro.t. ; Recovery progressed normally
\ would be in full swing next food and services probablf
682-4818 IN I B-CD: Colder with scattered with the general receiving year A move is under way to'would double that.
frost and low In the .30a to.night. visitors, taking short walks and In Polk CountyTwo
i legalize gambling through an Hot Springs also Is the site nOOaklawn ,
= by noon Tuesday Mar. 31. Generally fair with Ihigh =' eating a regular diet. initiated act In the November Park, a legal hone
today In the 60.. Northerly Last Monday he was stricken appointments to Haydon' general election. race track With six days leh ,

: A NEW NUMBER WILL BE LISTED INTUESDAY'S :I wind. 15 to 20 mile. per hour. i 1 Burns' Polk County campaign A city official estimated that In the 43-day race meeting the

EF-G: Colder with spots offrOlt H .. f rffi1W O personnel have been announced 25 per cent of the city's 28,377 park's mutuel machines have
LEDGER .I and lows of 35 to 43: tonight. tpatll by Morris Pritchard. Burns' residents would be affected immediately handled $22( million.

Generally fair through .... campaign chairman In Lake by the shutdown. Police also will visit bars, restaurants .
aa Tuesday. High near 70. North- land. Mayor Dan I Wolf said gambllng -, service stations and II

TICKET NUMBERIBBBBHBBBBBBBIRBBBBBB: \ erly winds 15 to 20 miles per .... t4 of with a varicose the rupture vein In and hla bleeding,' Paul Gilmore has been appointed has been a steady part of;other businesses to see that slot
I 5.01' esophagus
hour. Polk County deputy
Doctors the city's _economy. "You. .:can't machines are removed.
operated again. and Herb Roller has
Ht-I -
: Generally fair through '
UU I Tuesday High today '7$. Colder ttorlda this time under emergency been appointed publicity chair-
with lows mainly in the 40s HDay" forecast ditions, :to stem the bleeding man. Working with Roller arc

9239i I tonight. Northerly winds 10 to I Temperatures will average They rerouted major veins i to Larry Ships Ralph (Buddy)I @tittUattMRS. t i
I 20 miles per hour ,five degrees below normal during the pressure removingthe Penn and W. 1. Peterson Lakeland

I K: Partly cloudy through Friday.the The five-day normal period low ranges ending stopped spleen the In bleeding the process, and city on commissioner.Now Burns' advisory. com
I 75. Colder
Tuesday today
High from the sixties! In the extreme Again recovery seemed to mlttee In Lakeland are Harold MILLIE WESTERBERMn the Fairvlew Church Cemeteryat
.I with_a low of 55 to. 60 tonight. south to the fifties elsewhere. continue. normally,. until. ..the P. McCranle T. E. (Red) Hoi Millie Trosbig Weste Artemus (formerly North-

The normal high varies from general was nit again, tots time com and Tommy Hooks. Previously berg, 78, of Ill Buena Vista,' craft) Pa,
the seventies In the north to: by pneumonitls, an Inflamatlon announced as assistant died Saturday night at Lakeland
at the base of hi. right lung. campaign chairman is Chester
around 80 in the south portion. General Hospital She was I MISS LULU MAY IRONS
A warming trend was forecast Under antibiotic therapy, the McDonald. native of Marysville Kans, and
.( for Wednesday. Widely scattered lung showed marked improvement came to Lakeland 9'/j! years ago WINTER HAVEN-Mlss Lulu
May Irons, 82, died Sunday if
and he was reported recovering I
from Donna I
\ showers are predicted for Grove, !U. .
Serbian Church ternoon at the residence of hersioter.inIaw
until the second emergency
the weekend with around one She Is survived by her husband
Mrs Frank E
tiBLAST i inch forecast for the south portion Sunday. Eton W Westerberg; two Tn.an,1 aA.'..,... A *0! t
OFF! Moves To Expel brothers John Crosby and Con "Miss'Irons"was "a native ol h
rad Crosby both of Jshpeming,
Civil Plckaway. W. Va, and came to
RightsSupporters ,
Mich., and several nieces and
Wcathcrcast American BishopBELGRADE nephews. Winter Haven. In 1959 from Fon
Meade. She was a member 01)
with Polk Federal I Fair skies and lower temperatures Funeral services will be held! the First Presbyterian Churchof
at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon' .
are ahead for Lakeland Yugoslavia (*- Whiter ".vn.'
I weathermen said today. It will The Serbian Orthodox Church at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral Besides her sister'.In.taw. she
Home with
Launch burial
In Oak Hill
be colder I Fight iss taken action against an
tonight they said, Burial Park. is survived by several nieces
O. Lounch your program of savings with lowest temperature. In this American bishop who leads a at the funeral may call and nephews

NOW at Polk Federal and swing In..i 'area tomorrow ranging from 38 preliminary skirmishes has announced church faction that has declared -from 7 until I o'clock.home tonight Funeral services will be held
to 42 degrees, with patches of that they had just begun Its Independence of the at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning
.i:. to a new orbit of financial progress frost In the city's suburbs. to fight. mother church. I ,from the Ott-Laughlin Chapel

e' ,) NOW Is the time to transfer funds Northerly winds will blow at After the weeks of preliminary An announcement by the BAKER INFANT with the Rev. James R. Blackwood -
12 to 22 miles an hour today Infighting. Humphrey appeared church synod Friday said the Jsffery A. Baker 20-day-old pastor "First PresbyterIan -
:$J$ to Polk Federal without loss of earnings decreasing to 4 to I miles an to be understating hi. Holy Bishops' Council: had voted i son of Mf. and Mrs. Melvin F. Church officiating Burial

_'_ iti., Save by the 10th earn hour tonight and becoming I unanimously to unseat Bishop Baker of Orlando, died Saturday will be In Concord, N.C. at toa
T northeasterly at 10 to 18 miles I Dionlslje Millojevlch head of night at Lakeland Genera .m. Wednesday
: .
from the first! See Polk Federal
the Serbian Orthodox Diocese
an hour tomorrow. Low humidity Hospital
) soon! was predicted _.Jr:! r l :,(Jjt4 : of North and South America. In addition to his parents, he MRS. MARY SAMUELSON

l The maximum temperature The action was taken the '11' Is survived by a brother Virgil I LAKE HAMILTON Mrs

here yesterday was 78 degrees, case when he made it clear nouncement said "because of Harold; and hi. maternal of Lake
Mary Samuelson, 82.
i g SEE The Missiles On ,the minimum this morning was that supporters did not intend to violation of his bishop's oath grandmother, Mrs Frances F. Hamilton, died yesterday at d
54 degrees and no rain fell at ram the bill "through the Son disobedience, creating a schism Harris of Kathleen. Bartow hospital after a brief \:1:I
the city hall weather station ate without full and extensive and a personal life not befitting Funeral services will be held
5L *'' debate." a priest and especially a bish tomorrow at the ess.
In Our in
) Display Lobby! op" She was a native of Sweden
In fait, he anticipated that Lakeland Memorial Gardens
Actor AgreesiWife Bishop 64, Liberty- and had made her home In Lake
70) the detailed explanation plannedfor I Friends may call at the Gen bang \.
Hamilton sine! 1953. after
rille in, heads I'IfOUP that
the rest of the week may try-Morrison Funeral Home tonight
Should has declared Its Independence from 7 moved her from Chicago
ring accusations that ch/l until t o'clock.
Get rights supporters are "conduct from the Holy Synod in Yugoslavia She was a member of the Com

Divorce leg their own filibuster" claiming the mother MISS EDNA MORTHCRAFT ir-unlty Presbyterian Church
church Is Communist-controlled. -- hte and also a member of the
I "I reject such .
zJ as Miss Edna L
LOS ANGELES (AP-Jamss Northcraft, 70,
spurious, without substance -- uraer or tile Eastern Mar wr
I Craig, year-old actor turnedup in fact ridiculous" he Used night. superintendent of nursesat ter fat Halnes City.
unexpectedly In Los Angeles Humphrey needed 55 6,000 Eggs Morrell Memorial Hospital Mrs. Samuelson if survived by
Superior Court where his wife, pages of here for 25 years, died yester. several nieces
I Jane 29, hud legal length paper for his pre-Iln Annual FightELJ2ABE'nITON. day at I Cumberland
gonet pick up a pared speech on the 11 sections Md., hospital Services will be conducted tomorrow
divorce decree. o'clock
t1 I After hearing her testify that of the bill. He urged the Senateto Term. (AP) Miss Northcraft was a native at the chapel afternoon of Dave at Lane Funeral

when Intoxicated he broke consider each title separately -It took over six: hours am of Northcraft Pa, and came to Home in Halnes City with
in the weeks
doors, struck her and threatened ahead. more than 1,000 eggs, but Freeman Lakeland In 1919 She served In the Rev Raymond Walker. P"-

II her, he said: Taylor emerged the winner all parts of Polk County as a tot of the Community Presbyrlan '
CI' think this young ladyshould MKITA TO VISIT Sunday In the annual Easter egg private duty nurse and also Church, officiating

; be granted her divorce, BUDAPEST. Hungary (AP- fight held In the Peters Hollow served as superintendent of Burial will be at Forest Hill
but I think one of the cruelist Premier Khrushchev la due In community near here. I nurses at the Lakeland hospital, Cemetery In Malone City.
'things anyone can say Is that a Budapeat Tuesday for talks The event thought to be over with which she was employed _
man beats hi. wife and drinks with Hungarian leaden on the HID years old Is a contest to see when the hospital wu moved .
.1/ oojo.JIIKffIIIJLSIIII&11. ;to excess. But If you want to Soviet-Chinese split the contln- whose brightly colored hard from Iw former loactlon on tHORMTOMMIMORlAt

accept this. OK. ued presence of Russian troops boiled eggshells are the hardest South Missouri Avenue to the :

I The Judge granted Mrs Craig in Hungary and other key to-' then new Morrell Memorial Hospital gpMIPkiM .

the divorce. ues.. One contestant approaches on Lakeland Hill._ _Rno.I..1 MU .III!
n' ,
nother, holds out his egg and vard 1 ..

% says "See If you can crack this During her career with the .. .-, .
Science Shrinks Piles one," and the battle Is en-a hospital she trained many of the .
contestant must crack the oth nurses now employed I
at Lakeland
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND New Way Without Surgery er's egg with his own. She General wss an Hospital
army nurse and Dukes Steen
L- ..... ;took >TH rt Ab r1; *Vas Itch Relieves POULTRY & EGGSTAMPA !I member of toe Lakeland
Stops Pain
Legion Post and
... a
I : UPI-("> nuk MM te
ft.* T *. N. T. (*r.i>ll- rrSrtt th.rssgO. tIal nttnntoilihlnc ... 4......II...,'., MUM vMtht M4 tlat Pu member of the Baptist church. Funeral Home
I DIM seine. ... Inm4 sImltof sew .. lUttmraH Ilk. *ru.akm *r<4> IM IIIm She fcwrvlv by two sisters
ftikiUiM with tt- e.t.s. mod U W a trohlfat!* A .. "Wan05.. e.._.. Mrs. Minnie Strong and Mrs
U *1 .45.5. 4*
& "X-U
I lihlos ability t* itrlnk inu. Tk* Merit Is a u.n O..siig ... iu m Hat. .41S-4> .....41SInill Jessie Hendrlckson. and 310 S. Florida
aid .Ii.! ,. .4 '. .. :: two
tkdd Itekiar.
aLp /i step f :: (1is-Dys,5)-di.n.wy Ko< SltMSOM: brothers Walter and Harry all
I Slwltkimt ssegnr. a rU-IOTMM n.e.mrO. iar0t. I 'Kwllotii 2600 S. flORIDA AVE -i CO6OHIAL COINER I. ese fit MM. .tn. r"tiy This fnbiUBt to ... ** "ttr-t...... '" Cumberland area Phone MU 2.3 123
--, I f.ll.TlHf pale! .ta.t psdautisi ). mffttiltrf Of (..... W Il teninai.pnInn Hon.eo .alln Is sktad. ... Funeral services will be held I
(ikrliko) took plM*. Icier Ik* ...* 'ro,*..' .iI..1 .l.aI.UI.Ia::b./ ?. .ce. at I o'clock Wednesday at the I
NusIa.siiacujafl-rnn.IWefl. At all ing nuun. is.. o 3 D.llvry' Ie ....... Home I
Pluto I irat ..J- at Cumberland, with burial
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Beta Phi '(,) >. ., .. '"
Sigma .. .
... .. DUV Meeting

Reception Is W ; J'1( Starts Sunday "
: At Tampa HotelTAMPA 1*,,

Beta Sigma Phi sorority the

has sent Invitations to manyof of Beta ;! Daughter of

Lakeland's young women tabs a home Union Veterans of Civil War

to attend an informal reception 613 Rlgglns will have their 40th annual

p Wednesday It 8 p.m. at speaker. She convention at the Tampa Terrace
the Garden Center Lake Avenue ber of the Hotel Sunday through

at Orange Street. years. Tuesday, April 57. Registration -

Mrs. Margaret Sweet pf Beta Sigma opens Sunday at 3 p.m., .

cil president followed by church services

Funkhouser. at 7:30 p.m. and a council

the guests. meeting at ..

will include The convention will be ': -, '
the opened by Mn. Rachel Biller, ': < .., ,.

sorority chief of staff, Monday, at 8:30: '.ol',"" ?.>7 r.o!.<., ." .

They are a.m. MM. Edna Lenon, department ." .

Phi Theta; proudest, will introduce

derson Jr., ; national president .Isabella

Cooke Jr., ; Smith of Iowa and other

eph Epsilon Gamma Charles Bennett; H. ; The dignitaries.Welcome welcome Address address will\

Mrs. Andrew, be given by Mayor Nick Nuc- I ITO

ma Rho. clo. Greetings will be at 11a.m.

I Members followed by memorial

which is the cervices under the directionof

Beta Sigma STRICKLAND UBRARY IN THE HIGHLANDS a girt.ctJ Mrs. Harriett E. Schweitzer -

esses at the of Lakeland, department

Johnston will chaplain.
ties of this II gJL The group will tour Busch
Beta 11 Gardens at 1:15: p,m. that af-
Sigma -
cultural and ternoon. A centennial ban FLATTEN THE ABDOMEN-Naturally you want to

with 7500 quet will be held at the hotelat have a flat abdomen. The illustrated exercise, which Is explained

MRS. MARGARET SWEET 000 members Dorothy Strickland Builds 8:30.: A reception will follow In today's column by Jotephlne Lowman, will help you

at 8:30, hosted by the achieve that flattened look I

hostess group, Jennie B. Ken

I More Nylon Net For Lakeland/ Highlands. daughters nedy On Tent Tuesday 4.and April granddaughters 7, a. More Than Likely You

I breakfast will be held at

DEAR POLLY'- I want to>I DEAR MYERS added others. Hundreds more have come from 7:30: a m. The opening session Inherited Eating Habits

pats on my two original uses i cut Into good the library of the late Miss Edythe L Balder, of the day is at 8:30: a.m., at
of books has led to the whO' was head of the art department at Florida which time officers reports By JOSEPHINE LOWMANTo and forth with a stiff knee.
for that wonderful
nylon net. making a dress for the residents of Lake- Southern College. will be given and officers a certain extent a wom Keep the foot close to the

Buy several of those small pieces out of Highland City. "I share the view that an> adult can become will be nominated and elect an's figure Is determined by floor After
a while swing the
sponges that come In a package. sew together Strickland has given the well educated ,by reading fine books la ed. Inheritance, but she can always !

Make a case of several! thick on the sewing the books forjhe Strick a free public library," Miss Strickland said Flag give Mother Nature an right leg out to the side and

of for on the Western A flag will be presented to assist. then across the left leg and
nesses net each sponge It on with the edge Children Should Love ReadingShe
It is a memorial to her the hotel. Luncheon will be Our bony structure, of continue.
allowing enough length to stitch side so you Dr. James Thomas Strick believes that the joy of reading should at noon for past department course, has a great Influenceon If you would like to have
each end together. Use In the and seams for a be Instilled In children while our silhouette do
.., and the late Mrs. Nettle they are very presidents. Following the national our my exercise for the hips send
bathroom and kitchen for a the "dummy" of young-not only for cultural enrichment but president's address, officers muscles and fatty deposits.The .
quick cleanup. Cuts down on out the stitches Annapolis, Md. as a fortification for the problems of life. will be Installed. glandular system affectsthe a stamped, self-addressed envelope
a portico of four
the use of harsh cleansers on Doric "When problems come I can go off by myself Attending from Lakelandwill distribution of our weight. with your request for
pattern to than
the porcelain. Use also for a per more a thousand with a good book and be transported. From be Mrs. Ions Bennett, department However the saying "Fat leaflet number 3 to Josephine

soap holder as soap will not cloth pieces.- Strickland collection. Sev the book I come back to the problem with a Junior vice president runs In my family," or "All Lowman In care of The Led !

stick to the net. _will_" __come.L .from. _.homes. In. better Dersoective." ah* arfrtcH ; Mn. Blanche Tout, department my mother's" folks were over ger.
Make a small net bag, with a DEAR wnern me airiCKianas Her 'own' love of reading-began In "a sickly color bearer; Mrs. weight, Is seldom accurate.
drawstring at the top. Wash cheese through the years. Most often the eating habits Tomorrow "Two Glasses
grater childhood assistant
she Marlon Copeman,
said. She did
not start to
lettuce and put It in the bag Lawyer which are handed down from i 10f Milk A Day Very Profitable
of a skillet II school Mrs. Hazel 1 Cove I, department
a as early as most children do. guide:
generation to generation To An Adult.
with a few Ice cubes. Go outdoors an alumna of Florida irs
----- ---
and shake the ba,. The drain bacon or who has practiced law in that delay her parents were reading to her. patriotic Reed insirucvur department the causes of obe.lty.F.Uy I
Mrs. ,
lettuce and freenf the eggs fry in When she did get to school snd learned to Gladys deposits are not so apt
comes out crisp art in Paris, has a aide Mrs. Maybelle
_. water.. ___...__MRS.n__. _LCM'____" The meat- atavi___.- In rervnt \/I!..<. read, she began absorbing books at a rapid ; by-laws; to accumulate over very busy nper jjw
rate. When she was nine she visited In Philadelphia Fleer department muscles Therefore
e gi net;; j ;
eggs are ready share and all members of Mary
at her grandfather's home which was exercises/ are a big help In I
JCN CCI was ass of her
When baking community. She Todd Lincoln Tent I.
near a public library. She went there almost redistributing our pounds
;, which
she saw In Paris.
I every afternoon. At II she Dick most attractively
was reading
it for the use of American
Miss Strickland saw how ens' long novels, which, she believes, have Orthodox Church Correct Usual BulgesA >_
protruding abdomen
Influenced her more than any other books.As and
artist Miss bulging thighs are two of the
an Strickland called alien-
TERMITESi tract of land which she Becomes Part usual and most disliked feminine .
tention to details In the memorial building
took shape sod opened figure defects
WORK ALL. YEAR the use of marble for the mantel over the Today
year. The concrete block Of U.S. Diocese let me give you a good exer
brick fireplace and also In the window sills
; OUNCI Is lined with shelves cise for each one.
the collection consists of The architect was Duane Surgeon of Lakeland Orthodox To flatten the abdomen and
Holy Trinity
KoII'I ., sets of Shakespeare, and the builder was Virgil Womble of Church. 113 W Patterson has strengthen t h abdominal The squeaky wheel
Highland .
City.Serenaded the cannnnlcal ecclesiastical muscles; lie on the floor on
may get the oil but
it ft ft ,
for MM. *.af yaxar Iwwo"STINKER" i As Librarian Jurisdiction of the your back with your legs chronic
Strickland takes her turn American Carpatho.Russian straight and your arms resting complainers ..
of Cupcakes, I .. On ihs*other days Long Distance Orthodox 0 r C t k Catholic on the floor overhead. deserve a bucket of

long to1 bake serve as volunteer Church, which Is a diocese of Bend both knees up close to ice water-over their 1

one cupcake are Issued to resi serenade over the telephone from Montreal the Greek Orthodox Arch- your abdomen and grasp your heads. 11

stitute pans by board which holds the for Mrs.: D. C. Boswell on her BOth birthday dioces of North and South knees with your hands. Return --- ---
America and under the lurls- arms to overhead position
includes St. Patrick's
outer sections Miss Strick on Day.
diction of the Patriarch of as you straightenyour "
I c.nnlnllid. In ; .. Lucile TranS 'Colbert Charlie Warren, Daniel and Alfred Branch Constantinople, legs toward the ceiling CURRIE'S \

sheet. Gently B. C, McPhall Jack are the children of Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Father Vance Michael Hur and then slowly lower themto HOME PORTRAITS

cake liner Into Branch. She was Sylvia Boswell who grew Informed the floor (with stiff
Icy parish priest, was .III k< .H'.... H MullMr "
each one, fill gift has already attracted up In Lakelsnd. of the acceptance of Stretch out, making *. eurrla. Ml. ton Infarmatlanar .
and b.ke.-A. S. sister, Mrs. Jeannette Three other grandchildren and four great the pariih's petition to the as long ss possible. kneeS'j Aaaolnlntanh MU S-MU..

( has given several hundred grandchildren were near enough to pay a personal Greek Catholic diocese In a exercise slowly,

GIRLS- of the community have call at the Boswell home on that day. recent letter from the Very for the pull.

bog bint II you Rev. Msgr. John Yurclsln, Slim Thighs I Tli* "..,t In .,..." Core
children-unless chancellor of the diocese For slimming and firming lor the Di.crlmlnaflnf Woman
your sink Msgr. Yurclsln advised that the thighs: lie on the floor on VISITEVERETT

know many the parish would retain Its your back with your arms 0 OLIVE

Ing substances local customs and traditions resting on the floor, extending BEAUTY SALON

If swallowed by / Including the use of the English straight out from your shoulders I SVIMTT M. .'IC.. psop.
child.-POLLY. language at all services. palms toward the floor.Swing 'arminont' Wovn
Holy Trinity is the first pan- the left leg out to the I lornplata: -(ram $750 usOaxl

DEAR Orthodox Church In the American left ss far as possible, Swing Tnura. t. ,.!, .... ay ......
dish drainer In Carpatho-Russlan diocese It back and across the right I 1033 S. Fie. Ave MU 6'5991DON'T

my kitchen sink and the first pan Orthodox leg Continue swinging back I

I store furniture Church In the Archdiocese of

fluid, etc. I the Greek Orthodox Church.
HI.mil.wondir lOlllfWIPtT d... I..asS mm I*.trkki'IflnkM'in. than end In the dish LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, March U, IN4 I A pan-Orthodox Church Is a

a,?.s' SSofff..iithi"l'll WI..lr"Urto. dry nicely after parish composed of all Orthodox MISS IT!
( ..,TIM rmeott ma'a Mil ninkMI.thlnli Christians regardless of
b. ron piss OH hirmoyte*. foil around the
Jiul u ko >rt< I rua and tiiran national heritage and retain
This Week
tM plajrir, trwalal 555 put my rags To
Meeting the traditions and customsof
..... IlUI __piI'. siner comes out ing
each country representedwhile
U Mil doll INII.?. m. thw Mini want to clean
E :rio:[traa M Janbartw> Bau to at.acou ptllllni When I clean I 'U"'LA" 5155e41 LOses dl. Wlnirrad ..lh.I.... and Tom Wll. using the English language
IIS I Mraiorlil' BI TB .... ,.. .. CI.' 100 loitrileUrl AdO1IsIIIII1IIi for all divine services.
BOH Hal kookM (roa a >,>- right at hand : : LAT"N. ,I. Inalruelor, all al todalckAIVH
III. Turn., : War ul h iroV ,.,.., under the Jurisdiction of the
Carr and ir:'i on na'hDotit. andNwordIM loop and hunt. I .HieL SOCISTV. 110tm
fclar llliSttilihna at uoDrlv ... ioodll, Lost 5.00. ?..rk.tCLIII al wits 01 Thoia In- Eastern Orthodox Catholic
.,. wilt M U.ri tooThin throw the old l. ........ i >d II""h atttnd motto and
vlll ka nnalhlai tolna. on at al Ha- .,"' ..... 13 1. p. III. .1 I Church In America. The
til a T fran lam la away after I got I In '..1' ..&...1 ....... CLU'. ILO55 .
tiirina lrW0lo.dswoIssi ::: "LAKlliMo" .. ., .. change of jurisdiction came ,
ivlit :r !dfarao UIIO. all PIIBt- "0." "Mlln. 1 JG
.. .... nstead I hung it : ... ... ..
eonUot Os that vantato '," I JO Mn WlnllrrdSf'hilmrr '.' Jd about following an episcopal
uur thIs oantMl lint rail' a. fcoiaRat .n"W: I Inatruotor. o ". ,
Proaeott, UV 4-MI1. and i.! i my square scrub ., puntlnl, and drawlni cl... lorKysh'tivys CITIUS CSNTSI OIANOS P.. visit from Bishop Peter Shymansky .
him tour' nana Dolt font It a all 11 keep a "' '*: ko> Uiniiom ouppir at am at
lr.. aad ft. lull for all MM Iron rag 730 ; t):?oNu vSA a. Girt leaut houta, Biiauuia amloa"LAKILANO of the Carpatho-Rus-
now randir Como ip>nd thi dar and brush to ANa' at CIVIL wai o
and aoi thi iKowa- + -at ". iUolor .,.CI.. '.... MAIV TOOO LINCOLN ; -\I riiLoltisdo CHArri. IM MA.TIONAL alan diocese last month,
Co. Ill I Mraional >l dThuradw scrub Hoors.- '. *'".u. ," S .. "" ofO1..oolll AaiOCIATION Q9 IITIIIOCIVIL Bishop Peter met with Father
: IDcM:
A rll 2nd AIM taa Mm.ho .
51111 los. tt.' lair-LOTia o>ind dun dinJ -
al Ba Criailar,... Mauri..n a4 AP'U car a.lot.Wmtor "Vl..loin.,o I. ,.'.. ,5b0',5 ill .toLASSLAIO ...pl...... nr at noon ,t'itlldlst I Ihi Hurley and parish membersthen
: : reported the of
: as? eviLs priw001 progress
all 15. Ute. ....Ib... te ...... : !: !.""""* ri J s.d 45.40550 0 55 psowI.. wow.r0lOI o.r.,.. ..Pl.... .., ...1' '..rm..b.rolll the Lakeland Church to the
'LU' 'nd ..11.'JO1Il" ,-M'-_ ,
a-I'. sonaUy_POLLY. '''. Consistory In Pennsylvaniawhich
eT17051.lC. jj is
decided to accept Holy
.. I Share your ..U.L'C.nt ...: Trinity into the diocese.
5-san. mM WI 501115. I
blot ,. Ia .b...... making Ideas : : ..'::.:: Antiques Replicas Popular I ..1
to .la I "
au ''MstL Folly care '. .M"
Youl em.. '
-' new pOser dollar

your Idea_!. :f.. : 1 : : all 10, 'aalnu am.415, until you can afford a high I ning James River Collection by i I Calendar I l-----ONLY

.....' Ii priced antique, look over same Hickory Chair Co. ss a prime

";noo.eto' of the beautiful antique reproductions example All of the numerous
__ID.. available In fine furniture testyaPOsTOLIC
rctadL. solid mahogany pieces are exactor SIILS SSNOOl Wall
was i. stores, suggests the Mahogany o.a.ai at 5 am' it MbooL I
runt 98c
COUNTY modified reproductions of S Momarul Bf.d
.. ....,., Association. ,
Paine LUTHIIAN Dillon adultiroup 11
M m ... "Unless you have a sentimental heirlooms from historic James ., BIMI al .J JO am ScoutiCub. X 14 Portrait
You cordially Invited Cmtar parrnta Intirutod adult
are : :: al 'Rich reason for longing to owna River, Vs., plantation houses. mini al 1 ant to all iwla on

'.' to anINFOtMAL aha* will particular antique Item, you Even the glowing amber finishes HJ '. 'T'.l'U"T It. .II. Sunday

)'. 'NOO.OtlUaw., probably will get more for your of the original pieces byworldfamous of.rooouenlfiloIm'sb'ss Mn' Chariot u Krui Dida Cllra I Mui 35c -Mailing and Handling Charge

;: money by Investing a copy bya cablnetmakrs have '. Vatw.w.Er. 1"* ".'.
I { .'ll?!Oar, In. reputable manufacturer," nays been faithfully recreated I e 4 to 6 Posts from which to choose

Teel Williams the assoclstlon's Another example Is the Impressive TUfaOArAPOITOLIC '
t *m. at I liakl. SCHOOL. 1391u.moriai S
I honoring : .. "" executive director. Statton Private Collector f Bi.d. Biaol .,..'. al I i Groups $1.00 .ach additional person

... 4. Don't be confused by the term"copy" also executed in Honduras to..U..T" IfiLl CLA.'. 030 One to to
5.55.1 M Mini it MIL Hallla MIUr a person-two a family
or "reproduction. The '
Mahogany antique originals rm a J.o.o.eeveoso.soY. I
Sen. and Mrs. Scott : !! aai'p.. These "new snllques" sren't that Inspired the collection AOVINTItT ..!. Children up to 12 years
intended to fool Into thinking fan Melatr. 130 lm il U4W 5.
M you belong to the Station family and Iowa Un Moos Hlailai. ...dor,
you're buying the real McCoy their friends, m.nyof whom are caste T LUTHIIAN, Ullldrtn'l

I TUESDAY, MARCH 31 ..n.at. 1.111 Williams says. You may noted collectors. Many of the Hill lonllrmaUon at I ......1.... mIllS It VFW TUES., & WED.

oil, palat In fact be getting something old Mahogany pieces, dating
10.00: )( to 12:30 at the : aiudloa. even better In terms of lasting from the 18th century. Ire still MrltNISOAVA'OaTOLIO March 31st, April 1stH
CLUB beauty modern utility and In use. ItILt SCHOOL. 13J
., ....
: and t' .rllI Bird, alibi alaMM alWlllTIAal
Illdwar easier care."Today's. Possibly you've seen and admired '
::: JCllf good reproductionsare some of the treasures COMMITTH. loan al CraM Rattan.

Comer of Success and Park : '''' based on the finest designs that Inspired Century's Henry "o.i.e( "UT"'..", lot Seoul 12 'Til 8-Tuesday
..... of yesteryear," he says. "Manyare Ford Museum Collection All Trooa 749 aiflou oil 9'm i Barton*
.. >M Ml KMlltM HMIUll II 1.it ICMiifT 5.Tsel.ey ,
I HOSTESSES copied from pieces are In the Ford
: : .., '1S youcouldn' dIsplayed Henry OF LAKELAND
I Mrs. A. T E6Wo II Mrs. John A. hope to own, no matter Museum and Greenfield Villageof LUT *:, adult.tale* MATHER
swIsS how 5i10s itotlO. 0M5 1.25 II
I Mrs. I. Snow Martin M. Stanley' *?' '> 1 Sulld- generous your budget because > Dearborn Mich., where thousands new 5014.
I Mrs. T. J. Cltghom Mr*. George W. T.. raiol. at they're one-of-a-kind heirlooms travel annually to see the .
itipaar al
su.eOVaTe.Poos. 820
N. Mass.
Aiwrtmmonl. kf moada at eliot ,' or museum treasures and world's largest collection of Americana. CO5l5YION, ..iAvesSloe' A,..

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"Come Back! .You're Acting Just Like They Do!" Business Labor



I Slug Out Issues;

Knowledae Has Price Taa. Too RulesBy

-- No Ground

Last year the U.S. Arms Control of the stirrup may have been a major

and Disarmament Agency was grant cause of the rise of feudalism.
that President Johnson
ed $7.5 million by Congress. This year Before the stirrup, it was difficult I frJa or any other democratic president
for fiscal '65 the is $11 for horseback. Withit Ja> WASHINGTON President
agency asking a man to fight on Q tRr Johnson has done what hi.predeces.or. will disagree with their
million. the horseman became the most effective In collective-bargaining
did k policy
m a e
It would be nice to think that this weapon of the time and the negotiations. Mr. Johnson at
to labor unions
rise in the budget is a symptom of a maintenance of the feudal system was speeches urging the Atlantic City labor meetIng .
them not to bring on any
developing peace race. This is not based on mounted shock troops. our esdw "wag. price voiced a sentiment often

necessarily so. Another invention the cannon spirals." But expressed but little practiced

It's obvious how money is spent on helped end feudalism. Insofar is enforcing when he said:

armament, but how do you spend it The dilemma facing us today says viewpoint t h r isconcerned* "I am here to tell you that

on Disarmament? One example is a De Grazia is that a government which I I we are going to do those

$40,000 grant recently made by the possesses incredibly powerful weapons every tim a things which need to be done,

agency to Dr. Sebastian de Grazia may no longer need the supportof chief executive ce- not because they are political

professor of political science at Butters large numbers of its citizens; either addresses labor union a the big. ly correct but because they

University.De as soldiers or workers. It may thus governmentsubs are right"
Grazia fears that the hydrogen become less and less responsive to equently Mr. Johnson's speech to the

bomb and other massively destructive the wishes of the people. presents the LAWRENCE auto workers union dealt onlyto
Image of a a small extent with laborunion -
modern weapons could destroy democ- "A country" he says, "may go helpless bystander. matters. He talked

racy even though they are never along ignoring the political changes President Johnson In his about the legislation pending

used. He proposes to use the moneyto that stem from weapons until one dayIt address on Monday to the convention before congress "the war on
finance a five-year study of the wakes to find itself so changed as at Atlantic City of the poverty," the federal budget,
United Automobile Workersof economic! conditions, medicalcare
problem. to be no longer recognizable. as..e .
America said that avoid and other Issues of gen.
Weapons have had a profound influence Forty thousand dollars might be ing the wage-price spiral Is eral Importance. He dealt

on political systems in history. enough to buy a very small, used can V' "the responsibility of business with the labor-union matters
According to De Grazia the invention non today, and It Is also the responsibility briefly! and disavowed any
of labor." He added: "the Intention of Interfering In labor .
International position of the disputes. He said:

dollar demands that our "This administration has not
The prices and our coats not ri..." undertaken, and will not undertake
. Campaign Jargon BeginsThe
But the UAW, la a statement to fix prices and
a few days ago, pointedout wages In this economy. We

crux of the reported feud between the ticket. But it's not'considered that the union doesn't have no Intention of Interven
think the pay-benefit gains ing In every labor dispute. Wa
President Lyndon Johnson and ethical to put the president in a box. which It seeks would neccs- are neither able or willing to

Attorney General Robert Kennedy is By tradition the president who it is aarily Increase prices because substitute our judgment for

supposed to be the vice-presidential conceded will be the party's nomineeto It contended, the auto corporations the Judgment of those who
Voice of the sit at the local bargaining
had record
nomination and Kennedy's suspected succeed himself, is supposed to have People] rising productivity.profits and tables across"the- country. We

efforts to stake it out for himself. The the privilege of selecting his running WHILE MR. JOHNSON can suggest guidelines for the
write-in campaign in New HampshireIs economy, but we cannot fix a

supposed to have been encouragedby mate.The traditionalists wouldn't be This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page i urged that by "restraint"both sides at be the exercised single and' every pattern industry.for every We plant can

him or at least not discouraged.The caught dead trying to twist his arm or and we must, under the responsibilities

Republican write-in campaignsfor sneaking up on his weak side. Actually given to us by

Lodge and Nixon Were describedas they do everything they can to Tkls tutorial p.S. .H.n the KtwtptMr'i sea pintail' .* ..ett., ft currant .brtfrttt ID she Ilir9: ( the constitution and by statute
and by necessity point
popularity contests or long-shot curry his favor, exploit their political riltortel ..lit"'.. II wl.miH the .,!nlm, .! ,*...* In the Vlc situ* ,..*I. Column. L.a.., mini out the national Interest, and
political feelers. By the rule book strengths and talents and all but cut
he iln, ..l sad ,bur the """It.,'. (.4,..., .ut Menu will .. wrthhiU ease 114....*. A ktrw sn..U sitsw..d bargaining table next July and where applicable we can
both Nixon and Lodge should have the political throats of their rivals. declared that the public Interest we must, and we will, enforcethe
had their names on the ballot if they These activities are called feuds 250 ward, ... Miry nun.. a* *M \ The l. "i.r reM.... the rlht i. WKI my bnw If requires stability of law on restraints of trade

wanted to be candidates for the Republican when the "ins" are involved and racesor .".. It. Oplnleni *f selsmai.f..ad Mr.tr ..Mrlbut.r. ."..' clMwriM is this 1*(.. costs and. prices, there It no and national emergencies."The .
law oy wmcn u e government words 1 have Just read .
nomination. Nevertheless, contests when the "outs" are tryingto at present can Insure that Its are the words of John Fitzgerald
their efforts and those of their sup cut each other down. Later on, viewpoint will be respected.The Kennedy, spoken to this

porters were not described as unsports other terms will appear in the respective Kennedy administration, same great convention on
manlike. lexicons. Republicans will lean of course, Intervened to prevent May S, 1962. It was the policyof
The significance of the recent type of society. tam sorry a price Increase In steel this government then; it is
But it's different among the Democrats heavily on candidates by "popular de PraisesDr. acceptance by both parties that this type of thinking still and claimed to have previously the policy of this government
The same sort of jockeying for mand." Democrats will spring up at of UN. Intervention In exists, but I cannot find any Influenced the labor side. today."
position goes on among those who are "command from; the White House." Spivey Cyprus as a preventive of where that a man Is not entitled But the management of the
what might easily have be- to representation because -, ateel companies had to pay THE SPEECH referred to
of the second The
hopeful getting spot on campaign jargon is beginning.gress. .
come World War HI is clearto he owns no land or wage Increases just the same was delivered a month after
EDITOR: It Is good to know, Informed persons. Let us pays no taxes. The advisers of the late Mr. Kennedy ,had Intervenedto
from Lucia Myers InterestIng honor Dr. Spivey for his prophetic -, President Kennedy thought compel the steel companies ,
I States More report, that the late.Ludd vision. f \ DON RUSSELL they had introduced a new approach to rescind their price In-
Heat Than \
Rights Light Spivey la tq be 'Immortalized ; LEO L. ROCKWELL ;; when it was' announced crease. What it all amounts f
In bronze by Kent Hagerman ; tnat certain 'guidelines" to Is a refusal on the part of k r
.for service as president of would be set to restrain both
One Issue that Is bound to arouse Governors, executive department Florida Southern College. Give Youth sides Wage increase would national intervene administrations In the far-reaching to I

vast sections of the electorate this heads and important members But perhaps some Lakeland- View Is be granted on the basis of process of fixing the wage ,
year is that of "states' rights" vs. "cen of the legislatures would speak for the ers do not know that' Dr. A certain gains In productivity. costs which Inevitably affect '
tralized government." states. Splvey's educational missionIn PurposeEDITOR But the labor unions, after a price.
Lakeland was not ended DisputedEDITOR brief acquiescence In the Idea,
Speeches by presidents will
Unfortunately, the matter is not so Collins feels that such annual con with his retirement from the In answer to a soon discarded It as imprac be heard again and again

much an issue as an emotion with ferences "would provide an opportunity college Shortly after his retirement ) I read a letter letter, far too many "good" ticable, primarily because It calling on both sides to be "...
many of us. More heat than, light is for injecting fresh breezes into the he returned from his which Indicated a man should people define Immorality as Interfered with their own freedom strained" and to consider the

usually generated in discussions of Just stale fog which now closes in on too found home on the the Lake Atlantic Region Coast Chapter to have more representation because other people's morals. Henry wage of benefits.action In demanding! "public Interest." But as longas
Stlmson has been there Is no law the sub
quoted on
how far the federal government is encroaching much of our federal-state relation of the American Association he owns more land, assaying
It Is
than another. this "The way to make a ject unlikely that the
for the United By reasoning For all
on areas belongingto practical purposes,
properly ships. American
is economic
man trustworthy to trust system
if I live In a state of
the states or, conversely in just At the very least they could resultin foresaw With keen the vision Increasing, Dr. Spivey Importance poverty and own no land or' him." Give our youth government confined at present Intervention to exhortations Is will ever be kept from Indulging

what ways the states are faIlIng to or a clearer definition of the needs of of the United Nations pay no -taxes I haven't any a purpose and a direction and begging both sidesto In wide swings, bringinga
we will find that of the series of recessions and recoveries
are unable to protect the rights and the American people and an indicationof In the affairs of the right to be represented "bad" are snore many worthy than be careful and restrained.But as labor and management
meet the new needs of their citizensin how these needs could be best met world, and the consequentneed When land and money start the "good" who bide behind when a labor union Is ss fight It out In full sight
this seventh decade of the 20th whether the for educating the pub- being qualifications for representation respectability., Influential politically as the of the ,government but without
cen by states
separate or by
lic to an understanding of the woe be It for the United Auto Workers-which
any supervision
In ]
the federal government. U.N. and its mission. unfortunate who exists in this Indirectly regard
tury.If A. P. plays a big part In to the economic welfare of the
the popular logic is not what it Whatever the decision might be ,n political campaigns Isn't entire country

should be, it Is not surprising, for the any particular matter, in the final

experts have tried to come to grips analysis it must involve each side aid'

with the situation and have failed to ing the other to do its proper 'job. A New John F. Kennedy Appraisal

find any workable formula.In The Union was never meant to be a .
1952, at the request of President rivalry but a partnership By RALPH McGILL In our character but -
posltes may often have need of this In
confronting the
Eisenhower, Congress set up the Com Publisher of The these are what we honor: nuclear power In the quest and Intended abuse attempted and misuse his advantages of living, as all
mission on Inter-Governmental Rela Atlanta Constitution"As these we. expect of our presidents. for peace. And this brings us of this In Cuba successors have "through
power remains the realities of
tions. Two years later the commissionwas So What's New? we remember John ." (These qualities are to the other side of the nuclear one of the really Important 1945." the years after

unable to recommend any functions A box, sealed in the cornerstone of Kennedy essential, let from us the separate comple the opposition thos of the may president.only .assert His coin. The pivots In the nuclear The article suggests that

of government which could be the old Times Tower in New York's ,mentary. The youth, the they also have them.) NUCLEAR POWER can be will age., of course chances, be the of greaterIf peace perhaps President one Johnson reason why Vice

transferred from Washington to the Times Square on Jan. 18, 1904 was grace and the wit are won- provocative. It Is "full of the Mr. Khrushchev and his to make the was able
states.In. the other derful, but they THE FOUL DEED In Dallas hazard of accident or misuse." successors also understand transition to
opened stories
day. Leading power quietly and with
because a tremendous
of its foulness, seemedfor Because of
were not the this, Mr. the
Bundy danger of abuse
1957 President Eisenhower gave in the 12 in the box included and mis groundswell of con-
newspapers center. There a time the embodiment of believes, there Is Imposed upon .
the same challenge to the Governors' : lay courage, the real America. But, Mr. the Commander-in-chief "a use.A president who seeks the fidence and support was that
1 peace people saw (and still
Conference. A committee set by vision, humanlty Bundy writes this "was not passion for prudence." The have see)
Africa must
up Bloody uprisings in ; trouble a clear view I of the in him the ability to handle
the governors made a few recommendations in Panama and the Far East; Brooklyn strength testedon and V r and true hateful and despite uses of all it the by hate extremists four recognized nuclear this presidents and Insistedon have Soviet Union, writes I Mr Bun- with prudence and firmnessthe
dy. fie tees the failure of business
but nothing came of them. police vs. the Mafia; commuters com the path to I the dead president disciplined and responsible Franklin 0. Roosevelt to have power of the and United the States.military
More recently LeRoy Collins for plaining of congestion; criticism of the office I and himself was the embodiment control of this power. The this view as a matter of tim- To be able so to do Is to
mer governor of Florida, has suggestedthat Broadway box office practices; editorials tempered b y of the real America. "As a action by President Kennedy ing. FDR did not have the have a great force for peace.
the office Itself. f man, as a president, as a servant
an annual federal-state conferencebe on the danger of cigarette smok It Is these of the peace, he was whatwe
called by the President. The federal ing. qualities, are, and his achievement

government would be represented by What kind of day was it on Jan. 18, plied Ito apMcGiLL belongs to us all. Strength Potomac i

the President key executive branch 1904 A day like any other day greatest Issues, that bud belongnot ened by continues his service and, the so presidency does FeverBy
only to the man to the .
persdnnel and by members of Con- then or now. Job. the quest for peace.

This conclusion by McGeorga This eloquent conclusion Is
Bundy, special assistant to the one for all ,seasons and for FLETCHER KNEBELA

LAKELAND President for national security all President men of thoughtful Johnion vision.Is our group of economists says every American should be guaranteed a fair
LEDGER affairs, appears In an article -
"Tht Presidency and the fourth President of the Nuclear Income whether he works or not. This opens a. new career for anxious high

Peace," featured In "Foreign Ag. The Assistant for ,National school graduates Instant retirement ,
Affairs1' for Security Affairs notesWThtti&utfc
SAHDNII IMT COWLIS, a,,, There Is, In the further de-
Imperial County Prtf.nti C1IVI HAWM Jr* !..*. velopment of the place these Dick Nixon journies to the Far East. After
|N.e tori 10* OW. AJv.r.u4.Wri '(: seeing what happened to
World's Citrus CinterThe ,- .t".1! D.'iMCM/inD NIIHLtV'" HI/NY.. C,r. qualities of the presidency 1 n.rrt'n/4/ Lodge In New Hampshire Nixon figures the most solid link between the votes -
tul,... Min>.t...| HINHV. CAILIV, have in ind out of the office and a Republican candidate is distance .
what some will see as a be-
tween-the-llnes prophecy about *
LEDGER'S All' the next electlon( and others that each has rejected the
: :Departments-686-1151 The big battle of statistics
that will follow It). gamble of limiting our strategic over cigarette smoking grows hotter and anrler. -,
"It Is my conviction," strengths In terms .of any Remember the old saying: ;,where there'a.smoke, there's Ire? -
SUSSCRIPTION SATES writes the President's brilliant absolute concept of what is *
HOME DELIVERY assistant "that this kind of enough. We have maintained

O*. ,... ... .. .. $11.40 Out "'..,.. .. .. .to., $ 1.95 president idency reflect and this the kind general of pres-will peace superiority.has not Its been value small for. font. Hair-dresser's motto: When lt' a matter of conviction, shell dye

Si< M.ntks .,. .i.. .. $11.70 Vtok .1. ..... .., $ .45 of Americans. Temperate use as we have seen la ways small
Three m.Rlhi $ '.IS Out ynr 'y n .ll ... $2<.00 of strength respect for honest and large In Cuba, East Germany '"
diflerences, sympathy for and Moscow.
those In need and a readinessto It well may be that In the LBJ speaks to the United Auto Workeri't's: strange Johnson is admired
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by go our shard of the distance world that we lee changing by time Labor. All those extra hours he puts in on. the job without a cent of over- '-
these which pay.
qualities have before us by the emergence of
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 described in phrases borrowed Red China's power estrangedfrom *
from our new President,
are Russia's and by Ce
... qualities of the American Gaulle's" In search Several men who've served Jail sentences are running for office. Campaign
people. They have their op- of glory and grandeur, weS song: "For he's a Jolly good -

\; 4 felonl"h

T < 1.-0; '. T .. l .


Monday March It 1MI i .


\ ExchangeProgram : pu.bJi 'tJ'm : emp tatur. ,, ;(Itt : .

Worth It?

WASHINGTON It is the .
grandiose claim of those who ., .
'sieir .. .
run the State Department'scultural
exchange programthat
tag they have "accompliahM
much In terms .
atet ..
of spreading
the truth about
ten American Initltutloni OMARKRT
edtat and way e
of life" ?..j' .O
It all depends
on your definition
fl"I of truth.COl.lder.
lie, a
aley- recent report
in Molodoy ,
Kommuniit, of.
heily tidal organ of
the Soviet Young Communist
League on a trip made to this
teed- country last fall by a delegation -
t of Russian miners.

ona The leader of that group,, .. .
Kutma Severinov; complained
in print that his comrade 9.
were given 10 little food that
ill n they lost weight drastically.
"At first It seemed strangeto
us that the Americans have
only a cup of coffee and toast
for breakfast" Severinov

aof wrote.:But he had an explanation down produce lane .

n "WHEN WE learned the
price of fond we began to understand t _
Sweet Western C.IIo-"k04
the customs of the
Ii. _
Americans" Severinov claimsto I
have dropped more than
to.r eight pounds during his trip. CARROTSPk9'
.rg.ro Another tourist, he said, was
forced to pull In his belt six
The Severinov statement la
a par for the course Soviet travelers -
who return to their native
itn land almost Invariablywrite C
anti-American reports of I
Y their trips They harp upon ft -
racial tension school drop. GREEN
t out and unemployment in STAMPS v Ij
I. their distorted accounts 4i
J Igor Filatov a member of -
e the Soviet Folk Dance Com J j
pany, toured the United States,
then In an article for The Banner .
0t. official publication of the PRICES EFFECTIVE 'I I I i

'Union of the Writer of the MON., TUES., WED., q
, USSR; Informed his country. til f
men hat conditions were MAR.30, II &""IL I, 1964 FUND y ;
tI abominable on the other side
, of the Iron Curtain. Examples:
t ."In the section Chicago.
close to the slaughterhouse. we V i
saw not only the less comfortable f I
sections of a Urge city. tr
here the hunched dairy specials .
We saw colored t tPillsbury's
I backs and the sullen faces of ( qtr )
men and they told ua much v
more even than the rundown Testy BREAKFAST CLUB

houses and the dirty side-! Apple Turnovers .
walks': ."
, 'We saw need. We saw Harlem 0110
and the unemployed 14.os, 49c
standing In line for relief, we pkg. e
saw the look of despair and +
hop In the eyes of men seeking Pill...,,'. Delicious J
work and the rags of an t
Invalid playing the banjo by the Blueberry Turnovers
mirrored doors of a motion
picture theater on Broadway" I
"At the entrance of a French 14.0r: 49C
restaurant there I II a crowdof pkg.
well-groomed young men.
This la the haunt of homosexuals .
,' is the explanation we are frozen> foodsSrouffer'i SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN i,
given. Many of these young
Limit 2
men not only oil their hair pUasrWe TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
but use rouge and lipstick. We Frozen
met such representative of HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
Macaroni & Cheese
Western civilization not only In ,
Lo Angeles, but also on the '
streets of New York, Chicago 3 12-oz. $.*J! BONELESS
San Francisco and other
pkgt. .
cltiea" ,
The frenzied howl of the police Birds Eye Froien .%R0.SSE & BLACKWELL
siren la serious evidence, ROUND STEAK
among other evidence of the Broccoli Spears (assorted flavors) : I
tremendous number of crimes
committed In the atatea Day II IIpkg.
and night, hundreds. police 3 1 10-or. 79c JELLIES
cars dash In various directions ..
through the town. And the following .
day, glassy eyes of FfrP Flavor PerfectSliced
corpses gaze at the reader Ib' 79C
from the front page of the Beets :
newspaper and detailed descriptions :

of bestial crimes are Jiffy White, Yellow Devil Food I
presented to his attention. i I

Skilled most photographers Soviet missions accompany Cake Mixes 2 pkgg.' 29c Fresh

to this country and their pictures
Dolt Hawaiian Sliced
are used to depict the
squalid aide of American life. t2 39c Ground Beef Ib.49c
A photo In Moscow Monthly Pineapple limit 4P r customer with
shows "the unemployed of Detroit
waiting In line for relief Dole Crashed Hawaiian purchae of $3 or more
ANOTHER picture In that con 33c
Journal show an unemployed Pineapple .
American In overalls his children
clutching to him The
caption reads: "This man and 100 TIA iiOO WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE.
his family live on JMOO a
week but soon he can be J" .
Groan Stamps -
deprived of even relief this I"pauper'sunemployment I .*a"ew..de.>*M.fc I ALL LAKELAND STORES

Even American achievement CHOCKS MULTIPLE VITAMINS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M.

*, are used to belittle 60-ct. bo. $2.00 p
Uncle Sam. One Soviet publication 1. **H ...*, Ara _. ItM

of the "Golden carried Gate a photograph a famous MIl OOOVVO' pOOOO _OOO_8 J 0 / 916 N. Mass Av.

bridge In San Francisco Ills ,

called as often the those'Bridge who of are Suicides'disappointed 50mlll.r.A'; "SO tMARK I 1 1065 S. Flo. Ave.

in the American 'wayof 6 T
life Jump from It." J7// Green Stamps S0
Not: The Senate Internal ....*..,..*........-.. 4 Grove Park Shopping Center
Security Subcommittee In 1MO :;; JERGEN'S LOTION '

reported that a Soviet citizen __ 54oz.hot. S9e4 4tee still
cannot decide for himself as w ". ... e. Sourhgare Shopping Center
till an American, that he will\ QiiO Q.oS
go abroad: "That la a matter_ .
which, la all cases, and at all

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Bengals Snap Loss String; i L5 Mantle's Fate

Braves Play Here TomorrowBy

Ledger JACK Start SLAYTON Editor Hinges On TapeBy

Twenty two pound li a lot of weight to lose but the loss apparently has Hone nothing t<
diminish the power of rookie Willie Horton of the Detroit Tigers 5'v' TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The youthful outfielder who lives In Detroit unloaded a pair of home rum yesterday to glvi Report No. 2 is in on Mickey Mantle, whose fate

The Detroit Tleen a pair of exhibition wins over the Chicago White Sox at Henley field. apparently hinges on tape.
with on / Last Thursday Mantle's case history had an ex-
His first came a man :
base and no one out In the ninth p.m. Tomorrow, at 1:30: p.m., Innings and Bill Bruton' singli penditure for tape to bandage his legs. Sunday,
and the Whit Sox leading, 10.!the Milwaukee Braves will be was the only safety he gave up rr Mantle's case history had an expenditure for tape-
It snapped a four-game losing John But hard t Mopped Detroil P r to measure his homers.
here with Dave Wickersham opposing .' t
streak for the Tigers His sec( Bob Sadowskl. On Wednesday in the seventh and eighth bui t t tr ? Mantle the New York Van Grapefruit Leaguer
ong gave Mickey Lolich a 1-0 the usual steady Hansen opened hens' $100,000-a year slugger
the American
League ._ ...
.lead and the Tiger southpaw champion New York Yankees the gate for Detroit)n the ninth with the dime stop legs, raised Th.a.5.*... "1._n.FrkMOtTROIT
when he let Bill Freehan' eM**** 14 (MMntm.
showed his appreciation by will be here. Phil Regan will his batting average to .318 Sun ., f : '.)
blanking the White Sox 3.0, over hurl for Detroit against Bud grounder go between his legs day by lifting two long drives N... V.m. (tai, CIlMlnum ..
1 MMnteit "t I
7 Innings The two wins left and rookie Bob Meyer. Jake Wood ran for Freehan and over the fences at Tampa .:..,nM< Cilr a NkWtM ;:A I.
Detroit 6.9 for the season while Daley trotted around the bases In In a M exhibition baseball vie I t>.niWMta Lo.,. .>. IwaukM LM i AnwiM I ((INI II lnnln.Lm I. ,
the Pale Hose are H. Hank Agulrre worked seven front of Horton, who slammeda tory over the Cincinnati Reds. V.rn (NI) t, WaMilriktoii:. a.
itttkurtH 11 rilil
ll lll 4.
The Tigers were to have Innings of the opener and was long homer over the righl t ,e The homers were the first of Cs Mton....t CNI, U.AnwlfrA'> ._.. .'r.
played the Cincinnati Redlegsa touched for a run In the see- field fence. w r. the spring training grind for ...,...1.LM A. 4 fie
and. Dave Nicholson walked Mickey Lollch went the 7. f CI lml.n< f. LM AKI.IM tat ." *,
with the Mantle who had
pair of games today been forced TOMOtDOWS oases ,
"B" game starting at 11 a.m. and Joe Cunningham singled Inning route IB the nightcap.Both Into a four-day layoff by his ailIng -MILWAU". V" .TIIOIT AT LANG.LANG. .
1:30 to left. Ron Hansen singled bits were single and .. ......
and the regular contest at : legs He had complainedabout .JMhiniton w IMmr .t M'
I to center and Don Demettr'i both were by rookie Catcher his left 'L Lo... ..., emu.. iviiito t.. >t
knee-operated on BaratoUiJJ
throw was short and Nicholson Gerald McNertney. ii .4 N. V.nliM m II...... City .t lr>.. ,
during winter for torn cartilage ..
41 scored After a fly out Horton cent the Bengali out t ti ..h5a..,Lhl. VI M'.._" .t 0".....
and a pop Up. Aguirre threw front with one down In the thirdon I C.mnn.N.W. w eA.Ltl.1Mi. a. Clynw.
wild on a pickoff play but lie a long homer over the cen Report No. 1 A. -. vi MMMIMI It 'C-.
"I was running real good FitttkurtH Vk N,V. M.M Al ." I IJMtMi fibre..Yry. .
tanned starter Ray Herbert ter field fence .

TOMORROWI I to end the threat. The Tigers jumped on lefty FIRST Of TWO FOR MORTON-Will!. H....* follows Me Wad, Mt MMM plate! ants when I came down here but 1 1haven't I C_..M. n San Chi.frntMO... Cuk.

Herbert worked the first six Frank Baumann for a pair of imir>lnf pluck fitm* nm In the ....*." *f the sick Innlnf yttrtrfof .rrrram *r H...t.y Field' t* last couple been of running days,"good Mantle the

.-- insurance runs_in the fifth. Bill |,lv. the Dttrtii Ttn! 1.' victory ..., Hit Chi".. Whit. Set In the tint tl twt .**... Harem, said when he Issued No.
Report Joining Hall as the day's hitting
Roman with a single -
opened the TI.."' rtokl'. toft fiildtr, she e.sn.ct.d fw the ilrcvlt hit fifth .f the spits, .....n, I* the third' 1 1Innlnf 1 Thursday.
stars were Julio
double of
to Gotay
and Burn Goldy'i
center chased him home. Mickey tf the uctittl cont. t which Dtrlt vn, 10. Umpire ll Al, Sal.,..., .(Le.... mchiiM *vnc He concentrated on trotting I Pittsburgh Tim Harkncss of

Stanley looped a hit to center, .mir. pfit by Hufhtil. against the Reds Both homers the New York Mete and Tony

He were hit with Mantle batting Conigliaro, a rookie with the
and tallied Goldy. went on more of "Instant Breakfast",a'' I
A Financing. for Every ANEW / W to second when the ball bouncedby I cereal Tiger Manager Charley right-handed against southpawJoe Boston Red Sox who may be

Charley Maxwell. Dressen furnishes Dressen Nuxhall the first with a compiling one of the oddest hit
TIGER TALK: Horton Is a said he felt Lollch showed good man on In the first inning traveling ting records ever produced.
motion picture director' dream. speed He'll pitch more this 350 feet and the second In i Gotay collected two homers
,He hits homers on cue General spring "Hank Aguirre looked the fifth with the bases empty and two singles for five runs

I Manager Jimmy Campbellwas good too," Dressen declared: rocketing 430 feet. batted In as the Pirates wal-

Z'I i talking to TV announcer:"I'll give Alan Koch more work.II Report No.2. however still loped Philadelphia 13-4 while
Larry Osterman. Ostermanasked he gets that curve ball over left doubts about the conditionof darkness broke a hitless string

him what he thought of he'll make It up with us" Mantle's taped leg.. In the that: had extended to 16 at-bats
''Horton while the cameras Dressen said he would play field he ran without any Indication by slamming a homer double
trained on Horton at the plateAt Horton more and more this of lameness, but he let one and single In the Mets' S-3 belting -
I that moment the ball ailed spring The youngster Is'pushIng hit fall In front of him Instead of Washington.

over the right field fence. After Bill Bruton for an outfield of charging It In the Mantle Conlgliaro led the Red Sox to

the game Horton requested job on the basis of his hitting. I Monday March SO, IH4 manner a 6-4, inning: victory over the
riMT sacs tICONO sac While the American League Loa Angeles Angels with a
I c"IcAoo OfTdOITA
a H'I! ease CHIC OaTa1. champion Yankees were getting homer two triples and a double
t trut.n If t t t.a ASCII II N1I..h.
Lintli t 4
'..'. Ik 4 t t LUIXM Ik 1 Iok .... r5 1 tmlth >_ I s I a boost from their No. 1 product The year-old outfieldernow
N.eh.l" 'Mil. rf.If I t I t. .O..m....*..,rf of t> tCun t .. :.,. = 5I al5.l1 e W.d 5.. J *a 'aJMw Besselink Seeks Sandy Koufax of the world has collected 15 hits-13 for

Z'I I '/'mill t I C.ih .Ik If : .....1... e N..wn, H S a I champion Los Angeles Dodgers extra bases His batting
M.nun M 4 t 4 McAu I. M t ttrmtH If I. 5 O.l rf I I I average
Z'i Ik 4 t IWor. It ItC .",".r of .. "..,.. .f IOylir .. .I turned In his sharpest pitching Is 288; his slugging average
I rrMK I t t FrMriin 1 t w. 00 u 1DITROIT
: : ...Nor'. 'I I ..,,10.... 1Nrrln
1 performance In a 3.1 loss toMlnnesot. 750.
I .
"to?! S *AXlZi/ I I Lain 5
MoN r'Y a t ....h. t tIkHtrton 0 ..L..I.. I' I To End Drought .. In other games, St. Louis
/ 1 IT..I. ..-. 0...! ...! ...!I .-. Koufax became the first pitch edged Milwaukee ..5 in 11 innings
lt"l"l "i"CMICAOO ii II I ,
.Mt,li homer 5, 1(_T.tal I. ..,IT.th. a TN.1..M,. '.00 0510. N.r'.t.su far .rl5l I. er to go all the way this springs Kansas City defeated
I ..... ,., rryh.e {I. "'.th. ""h. he limited the Twins to five Houston 2.1. the Chicago Cubs
tit to* M*_1OITROIT CHICAGO WILMINGTON N.C. (AP- But he was IS holes away
.. I .. .. Ml *M .-I Hall ruined Kou
from today. the final hila. Jlmmie outslugged San Francisco 117.
-..,,,., liuNit.ndnt ro A-chiun { > it's been almost seven years victory
..... All :H.rUn .!.I.,'I"L&:.: :' ax' effort with two-run homerin Baltimore the Colts' "B"
IFI t lOt
Oh> K 111 Ottr.it round of the $20,000 Azalea Open a nipped
ch...... tl 0....," Dei- srba. Ch...... ll O.lr.11 t. J*-O.l... tt<-..'years since Al Besselink won a .
\a1N.nyn. HII-Morto. I.n. M*-Mwtt... t*-WM., tmitli. a regular PGA circuit golf tourna started Besselink's par 72 the fourth and the Twins added team 2.1 and Cleveland downed
.Mor...... 1: iN : III It sot -LoI..h. II 10 ? M ment. Not sine the 1957 Kansas day after earlier rounds of sun'l an unearned run In the fifth. the Angeles' "B" squad 78.we'll .
.. t .
.h. CU f f 1 i 5.',,.,, I* 1* 1 2 f It CIty Open has the big blond,gave him a 207 total nine under -
I I I. ::.:-'Twl. I. 1 >' cH, WI HwtoA f Hwtolt* O .t 4 from Merchantvilte, N.J., won par and a two-shot edge over
N' ( Krl U
I. 515th "- > Ir -----1
_, _., .._. ......
I" .i.
U-' MurM end 0 '"_' MI "" T- on the tour.Branson. Joe Campbell the first round J putSummer
i I T-I N. _I.MO. L/s, I '''. leader.

..--- Asked how he planned to pla;,: '

the final 18 holes over the 8.744i i 1 Safetyinto
4 /
ASSOCIATES 1 yard Cape Fear Country Club

course, Besselink replied: 1 your
: "Well I won't do any unneces,

FAMILY GROWTH sary gambling, but I certainly
j : r 0s won't be playing safe. I've never -: BRAKE PEDALBRAKiSPECM

been known to be a safe

: FINANCING PLAN player. I won't do anything to:' -l

jeopardize my lead, but I'll be t
Firing at the hole." I !
"If I don't win. maybe next
?" provides money for 3 of the most v. week It will be better or if not

Important expenditures of young 'r V then, maybe the next week. I'nplaying I
10 well now that something -
American families
has to bust"

Medical. home furnishings. home Improve Besselink picked up $400 In

ment* now you can meet all your family need bonus money for leading after Cet This Mld-Sumrrver Buy! |
-all at once-with the Associate Family 54 holes to go ilong with $1,000he leading Remove front wheels,

Growth Financing Plan. We'll combine all your r % i iRACE pocketed the second Saturday round and for also- adjust brake

j coat into one convenient monthly payment- shooting Its low score._ I Repack front wheel bearings |

eliminate multiple interest charge Campbell, first day leader e Check grease seal
The Associates let you grow and build your to 73 in
with 67, had slumped e Add brake fluid and rood
future now; you pay comfortably while your the next round, but charged test

income grows. back with 69 for second place I
There are over 600 Asaodatee offices coast-to- The 69 wa the day' low

Coaat.One ia near you.Stop in,phone or write today. score, tied by Dutch Harrison,' r I Iif" L

celebrating his 54th birthday,I
and Rod Funseth. The three WHERE

A.ASSOCIATES divided $600 In bonus money. THE EXPERTS ARE

/ \ FINANCE, INC. were Sharing Tommy third Jacob place, at Lionel 210 FOR All SERVICE WORK

CAR CRASH INJURES SPRINT CHAMP-St..cul.r. M U'M. .f phtM ilitwi net c rJrlvtii Hebert and Larry Mowry. I : Hf *t you rldtlWJ

ty Rir McCluikyt' USAC sprint CO, ckmpin, rIHnf ever end NiM1** sad .... sad. Bob Gajda who held second

2 3 S S. Kentucky Ave., LAKELAND...MU 6-712 In iplll *t ciiit .< tlm* rrll, itrjy .t Rdlnf, P.., Pilr G........ S..s*ace *f .cti.a .It fr.M place In each of the first of 68 two. '
lift I. right, tap It b otr.w. McCluikty was liMpltclli. but h listed In MHir.cr.ry .....Itl.". (I"" rounds with a pair
to 75 for a four-way BRING YOUR CAR TO
r Pisses by '. .lo..CI slumped WEA1
___ __ ___ u_ __ _______ Wlnphtt plicffrpkr DK Earns sixth place tie at 211. I THE EXPERTS DURING
''I and
Harrison, Jack McGowan

'McCluskey One Of 4 Gajda.Jerry] Pittman were tied with'I' IMIIIfFRONTINP THE NEXT 3 DAYS

I Mike Souchak and Pet Brown 1 Com.li knl* trttct ail
RUN WIDE OPEN FOR followed at 212. one stroke I .inrmot,

Hurt In Auto Race ahead of Gen Littler Funseth.
Bruce Crampton Doug Ford 2 Iritt lltl4 .t.i4. ..tl,*
W," .,.... reed ... wd.
I. and Billy Casper.Lakeland
READING, Pa. (AP-Roger Jim Hurtubise of I 3 F..ot.... tlifM1. wish
I McCluskey, of Tucson, Arix, North Tonowanda, NY, and Plays tlinior, ...tir, ...*1 bale
'and SHAKIS 1 ? .."Nt.d! cod kttfltfSn.iu.
Don Benson, of Champaign Bob Harkey of Indianapolis, all ..,..104.
III, appear questionable were Injured when they were At JeffersonTAMPA I
0 :etarters.in the Indianapolis 500 hit by flying dirt during the I
,on Memorial Day after being'a ternoon's'program. -* Lakeland" Dread-
L hurt In a sprint car race here' Branson suffered a compound taughts will tussle with the Jeferson '

A. J. Foyt, of Houston, Tex, fracture of the right forearmand Dragons here tomorrow, ivttaoyWtdnescfay
o u t b o ard b u dg el b arri e r I .v I won the 30-lap Reading Inaugural 1 was hospitalized along wkh it 4 p.m. in a Group 4 baseball I .

U.S. Auto Club I Race SundayIn McCluskey. Both were reported gameRonni I' ,
I which nine laps were run In satisfactory condition today. Wade will probably do' Thursday
Wb> under the caution flag Two other Hurtubise and Harkey suffered the hurling for the Dread-

driver were Injured and one bruises and cut eyes naughts with Mike Myers be- ALL FOR ONLY j
Actual' fuel consumption test prove that the new Homelite / escaped Injury. Foyt' time was, hind the plate Lakeland Is W

: 4-Cycl-5S double your milts per dollar at top spMoVEv more at 13:24.69, and he won by a half- Legion TealtlRegistration for Group 4 and a loss would,
them from any chance
cruising'.peed.Itbig55HP1.tsyou go further faster.Automotivetype 'lap ellen over, N.J.McCluakey Jim. Maguire of Dun- of competing against the Ocala

., engine with full-prtsturt lubrication sytttm bum gasoline : was Injured when group winner for a berth In the

only, no g.-oll mixing. A* tfflcltnt .mooth-runnlng.nd reliable his car flipped over just as he state tourney.
The Lakeland Pat No4
a*a modern automobile Get more power more tpttd.mor miles ,had finished his second qualify-I American Ltgl. baseball' Lakeland returns home Friday the-
to play
at p.m. I
per dollar with the new Homtlltt 4-Cycl-Sl ing round The ham wUI hold a registration' Blue Devils. They l
1 Winter i
curred at the same spot, where
1 1Ii I
session tonight at 7:31 at the '
Tuesday is 1
had out of controlon host King's Lion a a *
Ii'hit car spun Home.
See the New Homelite 4Cycle55at the first qualifying round. Legion The baseball program b April The 7 rest, at 7:30 of the p.m.Dreadnaught Pay as You Ride
I H* suffered a compound fracture _
to boy la the 15-11
open agegroup lineup: Joe Shelnut Ib; Larrell

your nearby Homelite Dealer listed below 'of the of right the left Shoulder forearm and bruise hand laad-KathietfrCrystal' and Irving la the Lake Lake. Willis, 2b; Elwood DuVal s*. I

Kenny Deal 3b; Mickey Pen-
a cut right forehead and a con- areaB e y s playing high nlngton. Ken Titus and Robert

,cusslon.I school baseball at any el the Moore, outfield I I GOODt EAR
I three Lakeland area schools The Dreadnaught are also

Lakeland Marine Supply Inc. 'HA VA (Lakeland Senior High, Kath-: 2-4 for the season.MTIM I SERVICE STORE
.MORTGAGI LOANS lees and ,Santa Ft) art tltglblt I
: t* reglatcr. N.Aas..ada
FIRST| MORT6A6I CORP er ._... ......ItCI.
East MU 8.1591 Or KORIDASlavics MAT ION At. MOCIIIT. LOA.ua.r =..=.. .:n'CI"
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: LEDGER. Monday, March M!,..1MI_ --r

, Fishing FISHING-HUNTING Rises 1 I t '


With Wafer :

Flahing taunting Editor t
Some thoughts from a rainy weekend: The rain. may be i
messing up some of our weekends this spring but there's 3 DAYS
some good In It all. ONLY I
For one thing, of course, high water levels will bring us bet- II
ter fishing. Over the past II years we've kept a sort of record E
of fishing results. in relation to the SAVE
water levels. And, as w.v. ON THESE GARDEN
written before, when we have the high water levels we have SPECIALS NOW...SHOP

above Some average of you fishing may remember back in 1958 we wrote that we i QuauTr
had bee telling people for several yean fishlniwasn't FROM 10 A.M.ro 10
up to average and they just: thought we were trying to t W OISCOUN'i P.M.GARDEN&

:::.T.R: ...':..TI... seta[{. !:.was...,,{:i7a:-r'real, as.w.sass."_Mini{.72, =:::..{.wg Nr t ; .
cover up: t our fishing; never'was really any better. But t
then In that year, we predicted better than average fishing
for a while because we then had water which we hidn't had C

for And several sure years.enough for the next three years through 1860. II PATIO SALE ,
we had some of the best fresh water fishing In Central Ftor
, up Ida we'd anymore.had In several years. So, we didn't have f- cover 'I !

But then, after the "flood" In the spring of 1960, the rains I
j just quit and up until the last of December of 1963 we had
way below normal rainfall, and the lakes and streams. went I
down and down. -\'a I
j But since about the day before Christmas last year the ;
rains have been above normal every month way above part t JI
of the time.and the lakes and streams have come up and up. JI
A month or so ago we again predicted some above average : JI
fishing IF the rains continued.Well .
it looked kind of bad there for the first couple at weeks t.
.In March. At the camp In Sumter County we got only .45 of I g\m-1 I I
an Inch for the first half of the month. But since the middleof I I
the month, counting what we got over this past weekend, wegot i
460 inches, I I II
bringing the month's total to more than 5
Inches*again above average, and again things look real good
for a spell of excellent fishing. Water levels are the best P I I
for the time of year for many years and even if we Just get =
I normal rains from here on out this summer Is going to find -:1
I lakes and streams well above average. ,
How Long Do Whoopers Live J

But the rains don't just mean better fishing. On Saturday 1 ,
sitting In the house all day listening to the rain, we also had
the chance to watch the wading birds In the pond In frontof I ; I II
the camp. There hasn't been any water In the pond to bring I
the birds In for the past couple of years but now they're back. t .
I For the first time in two years we saw a pair of sand hill ,I
I cranes (whoopee to Floridians), During those three wet years

I I the time.last We of wonder the 1950'if.it's, we the had same a pair pair.around Wonder the how pond long all they the II I BIG 3 H. P. 4 CYCLE ENGINE DELUXE RECOIL STARTING 3 H. P. 4 CYCLE MOWER j I

I live?

And once againalso after three years*on Saturday we .20" ROTARY MOWER 22" ROTARY MOWER SELF PROPELLED
I watched five wood Ibeses (Iron head.) the only North Amer I
I kan species of stork, wading, feeding, and fighting in the I
I pond. When it was wet before we saw as many as M of this t I t
species at a time on the pond end that wasn't too mlny1.al1
I after there had been predictions they would soon be
I extinct! t i 34.87FeoM. 45.87trl" 59.87
But, oddly enough the alligators and otters are gone You t 1
I may recall we wrote a column not many months ago entitled
I"Nine alligators and an otter." Well I la every dry period, as
[ we wrote In that column nine alligators and an otter appear .. BIO 3 Hersepewer, 4 cycle, lightweight( alum within %" at walk er hedge. Slort and step I"throttl. All you de I It guide this deluxe selt-preeelled snewerlfeatures I

[I ed got In wet Bowling again..Lake Then near they the just camp disappear and,stayed there until it Imim engine la cut through the leugnest |leis with' eeie.Htovy lentrel) en handle.! Guaranteed steel ballbearingwheels. Include)geld rolled steel deck staggered wheels, I

In December we bad those nine alllgatora In the lake. Now I 14 gouge reinforced steel ........, lety-putl retell AeVtatlo tatting heights. DuPent Hl-baked triple chrome plated handle, sine chromattd alley ,steel I
.. we haven't seen one In wake! Wonder where tttffto Must blade, DuPent baked enamel finish, Special,le-tone smiffler .. .
starter, and cufluitabte} cutting heights.Vi" enamel! Mash Powerful 3'A H. P. Brlggi-Stratton'' Engine. J
be/ba& fn the woods somewhere. reduces notie 32%.
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Royals Eliminate 76ers .,1 J0% ORGANIC 3W

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS"I Division finals will be determined I WER'I I
think Boston will take it." tonight when St. Louisand 6-6-6 '
Cincinnati had Just knocked Los Angeles tangle In the 1
last of their five-game( series
Ms club out of the National
The survivor plays San Fran FERTILIZER [
Basketball! Association playoffs cisco. I EDGER-
but Philadelphia TSers Coach Los Angeles came from 10 I V::
Dolph Schayes. saw nothing but points down In the second half
trouble ahead for the Roy.... to whip St. Louis $741 Saturday I TRIMMER
"11 Jerry Lucas back doeen't and even the,Western series at I I
coma around It should be Barton two victories apiece. I -
six games Schayes IB. BAG METAL TINED ""
President I I,' 'II,
said Ele I f. AND
50 FT. ,
Cincinnati earned a shot at I HOSE1.S7 LAWN SWEEP II'' .... 'MAGIC WAND CONTROL!|
the formidable Celtics by outgunning ITHACA. NY. (AP-S mu.l 'i'
Philadelphia 130-124,Barnes, wrestling coach at the I I Specially lortiula/oeJ (erFlerida e Select depth Of CUte
Sunday night In the decisive University of North Carolina I lawn *ith addeef
game of a ,beit-oMtve series was elected president of the Mum Clement 67C Select ingle of cut
But 'Lucas* aching back, may NCAA Wrestling Coaches and I !
cripple the Royals' board gamewhen Officials: Association: at thegroup's I
they open a beit-of.seven annual meeting Satur : -
Eastern Division final set Tuesday day. I: 44871
In Boston Barnes succeeds Frill Knor I: 3Cu. I
The .pairings for the Western of Kansas State. .. I:
* * Ft.
; 1 Pound


Says I Ij




"I 1 would lib to take this opportunity Ito BAHIA
thank the more thon 6,000 residents of I
Polk who attended
Lakeland and County I

our barbecue end roily at Christina Park. I e 10 POUND 64fiffl

"I i ask your continued support 'in my I
t / 1 1
campaign for governor and for one) united : i

Sunshine tot.". I I COR !.P' !

= a
sincere thanks to those 1
loin, my' 'v

who attended and waited 10 patiently to be I 50-FOOT SOAKERSPRINKLER IN BUD AND BLOOM BUY ONI GAL. ORTHO-CHO
served. This heort-warming reception is i i 1 ROSE BUSHES '
deeply appreciated". I Idlod nvfridw Atf furpt MSffuWe GALLON fOR 1

I I 2 m 77 Plsmf FeW CAN GAL 67C .

Sincerely' ,

[ LAKELAND U.S. 92 E. at Rose St. The eel!;irve measure I That DISCOUNTS give yeas ttan'
Q.Ltj .f "alu. guaranteed a.1t saving. guaranteed
lL OPENs MOil tiara Ht 10,to 101 Sunday Noon t. 7''M. ALWAYS. EVERY DAY. :

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tAKELAND: LEDGER Monday, March JO.! ISM I Editor In Anchoraae_ Tells Of Earthquake .

n ..., .
Miss Lakeland Contestants Editor's Nole-Rens Cippon,explotloc of a bunting water- outside their homes, talking in Then the rumor stsrt One My own office .Is partly obliterated .
I former Associated Press New main. quiet voice and with drawn snag Weeding from a cut leg by debris and the rear
taturts supervising editor who fact of the sudden disaster has heard wall of my newspaper plant is
there "hundred
First Test' now .b editor ol the Anchorage fraction Of Story' that has only begun to sink In. are 8one.( But you're too numb tory
Undergo Tonight of dead. You
know he .
Dally News, relate In the following And then Imagine yourself may and asset the damage Immediately

story' an eyewitness account once the earth stopped reeling I-Lane Traffic right, because you drove past .
Miss L I k e 1 and contestants will be supplemented by four will be held which will feature I of the earthquake that driving downtown from buildings which were torn asunder There' no power, the telephone -,
will undergo the first big test area bands A helicopter, bear- music by the Casswin Tempos,, struck Anchorage, your Set For Part and you are sure there are service Is crippled and
tonight at a social which willing chairman Tom Halllck, will A one-dollar admission charge I By RENE CAPPON I demolished office to see whether ,, casualties.But the few open lines are for emergency

kick ort this year's pageant fly over the route of the motor- will cover both night' affairs,, Editor, Anchorage Dally Newt your apartment house-with Of MemorialEast Just how and messages only. Merciful-
sponsored by the Lakeland Jun- cads and will drop balloons ad- Publicity Chairman Aden Me, your wife and small child Inside many y. It I* warm right around the
lor Chamber of Commerce vertiling the contest. Elveen announced. Tickets maybe : ANCHORAGE not have, Alaska lasted(AP-- 'as still standing or leveled Memorial I Boulevard where, and how far the quake freezing mark. At home, you're
At 7:30: o'clock tonight the On Wednesday night the tal-I ) purchased from any Jayceeor It might more 'affected Alaska you don't know. melting snow for water
like another
than a couple of minutes, but many building you from east of Like Shore Drive
contestants will face the judges ant division of the contest will at the Jaycee office on Lake that devastated I You hear of an Impending tidal Your wife consoles your
for the first time. Girls will Mirror Reservationsmay the earthquake pass en route. to Just west of the Holiday Inn
be staged at the new civic cen- 'Anchorage on Good Friday And this II a fraction of the, 'wave. After awhile, the radio three-year-old and tries to present
be judged on personality, poise ter theater. Starting time Is be made by phoning Mil seemed to last an eternity story, multiplied by a thousand'will be closed, except for one stations comes back on the air it all-the candles, the wail
and charm while they mingle 7:30: o'clock and girls will be 6-4317 of sirens the debris of the
Imagine yourself standing out similar agonies of the great lane of traffic, starting today with Civil Defense Instructions,
tlala with and each the other, Jaycee offi- given three minutes In which on I street, the ground buckingand Anchorage earthquake of for about a month Lakeland and at least you get a feeling apartment a big Joke.
Motorcade judges.Scheduled to display their talents. :" weaving beneath you like a March 27, 1964. Police announced. I that somebody Is struggling to 21'. a Joke you'll remember

Deadline for tiling entries to Ball To Be Held ship In a stormy sea high voltage -I Your apartment a shambles, Capt. Frank Hustin, head of regain control of the situation long time unsmiling
utility poles swaying menacingly but thank God your family Is : And you begin to congratulate
,he Mill Lakeland contest was The contest will climax Thure- the traffic department, said the
over your head, big unhurt. But a brand new, nearly yourself on your own escape SIGN BUNKS ON
have been 7:30
to noon today, Jay- day night at : o'clock when
trailer, trucks in a nearby van completed apartment build- traffic lanes are being blockedto The apartment .Is a shamble,
:eel announced. the new II crowned .t ,
queen lot toppling over like dominoes ing In your block Is razed let Ewell Construction Co but wife and child are unhurt. ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP-
Tomorrow .t 4 o'clock the the new civic center auditorium.
Electricity was partly restoredin
contestants will ride through The crowning will follow bath. Imagine yourself standing on You know Instinctively, that lay a sewerage line for the new You suffer through faint, but unspeakably
this quake-ravaged and
what had always conild the ordeal terrible aftershocks city
you was a one sinister
:downtown Lakeland In I motoring suit and formal evening Sears Town.
ered solid ground and seeing It for the city-a young, thriving of the quake-more tremors, an Illuminated street sign
cade which will start at the new competition.
gown Following Hustin motorists to finda
urged blinked
crackle and fissure In a kind of community of some 100,000 In which you know, ,are now on."Welcome:
civic center. motorcade the crowning a coronation ball
unearthly silence that was suddenly the Greater Anchorage area. new route to travel while the working on buildings whose to Anchorage: AH-
dispelled by the sharp People stand In little clusters construction Is under way foundations are loosened. American City."

I I Let's Play BridgeBy J JBy .

ALAN TRUSCOTT iTs t 1 ,. ,;' J .',_ J '' \'' I IoI!""I ", IHc. ,
'i '

PORTLAND Ore.-The team *. KQ32V .; ' captained by Howard Schenken AQ942 : : .
bf New York ahead 4 10954 xry i" V.
was as the

Vanderbilt Its final Cup stage tournament here today.entered WEST AJ -EAST 4978(D) : .1 rq > r eI e-: .

Mr. Schenken' squad of V. K83 VJ763. i ir : -\ t .

Peter Leventrltt of New York, 4> Q73 4> K86 I ., :"' .
Robert Hamman of Van Nuys J93432 10S7 ;: .
Calif., Don Krauss, Lew Mathe SOUTHA w4SS -
and Eddie Kantar, all of Los
Angeles, was 19 International V. 10 r II IIt >
match point ahead of the team tAU
led by B. Jay Becker of Flush. ,,"AKQ8EastWest
bog, Queens, and 23 points were vulnerable
ahead of the team headed by
The bidding:
Don Oakie of San Jose Calif. '
: East South West North
In the third match In the Pass 1A Pass 4 *
three-team round robin, the Pass 4 NT Pass 6 A
Becker team, whose other mem- Pass 7 A Pass Pass
bers are Mrs. Dorothy Hayden Pass

bf Hastings-on-Hudson, Kelsey West led the club four.
Patterson of Long Beach, Calif.,
Ivan Erdos and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Portugal all of Los An-
geles, led the Oakie team by in order to make the situation
23 points clear to his partner. South
could see considerable prospects _
The winners and
runners-up of grand slam and Id
in a f
the round robin will qualifyfor 1
the International team trialsIn ,decided to gamble on making ,' i __ __ r
thirteen tricks. II ,
Dallas next November, at iI LM _
which the 1965 North American The hand presents problemsIn a s+ .
team will be designated the play. After the club E. I I o
South chose discard ,
lead to
dye 4
The deal shown, from the three diamonds Immediately r ttt
Vanderbilt final provided a
from the dummy on her clubs,
somewhat fortunate gain for
and follow with the diamondace
the Becker team against Schen
and diamond I ruff. Theheart
en'l.North ea -
I cashed, heart
was a
and South, Mr. Portugal 17. uthttr .f Mr.d er,5th
was ruffed, and another dia- +
.. M... H. I. Cms .f 1131 V rs
and his wife Helen, respectively -mond e
were employing the for South was the diamonds Fortunately divided! S. Kln| A..., li a .....,.'Ita, ,,t iMaY

Swill convention.The J-3, to there was no over.ruff. I Ia Hi. Mill Ukiliitd Contort.
Jump to four diamond The spade king was cashed, Girls .n t* .tt.**' wcl lei tonight ,
showed a game-going hand and South was relieved to see rid. In Hwtomd. t*. .,' 'j" '
with a good fit in spades This the jack appear on her left morrow, c....,."* In Hit taUiildlvlilox
gave rise to a slight misunderstanding It was then a simple matterto W........., cud In "'. :
because the bid also ruff another heart with the c.ron.Ii.n kill Thu.."" (Ltdr .
promised three aces or two spade eight and ruff the club *. Phone By H."...)
aces and the king of trumps.South loser with dummy' king, leaving r
ws unaware that North! South with two winning School
Was counting the club void II: trumps. Swaps
an ace, and knew that it was A
rather better line of play Trading StampsFor
for North hold
impossible to appears to be to play hearts
the high-card requirements for New Bus
immediately leading to the ace
the bid. She was, therefore
at the second trick and ''rurf-
somewhat puzzled how to reply Ing a heart. This succeeds as DALLAS, Tex. (AP-Parent
when asked for
West an he: cards lie because the heart and pupils have licked the transportation -
interpretation of the four-dia
king appears on the third roundof problem of Dallas
mond bid, and indicated the the luit South would also Christian grade school by collecting Only Southern "Good-Bye" to Hog Lard with
possibility that her partner win If the hearts were divided 1,305,000 trading stamps says II
might have forgotten the con
4-3 1 and his
spades 2-2. It took two yean for a com-
Vention and hold a long diamond When the hand was replayed, mittee headed by Mrs. John A.
the contract was six spades, Witmer to collect assorted
North therefore Jumped to and the Becker team gained 11 stamps and trade for a single

six I __spades at hi*_next turn, International_ match points.__ variety.
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OPENINGOf First Real Breakthrough in Bread-baking! '

Polk County's

New Horn Of '\

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SERVICE Florida baker to say "good-bye" to hog lard! ;, '

I. ,a 0 In its breads Southern puts only pure polyunsaturated '

Wednesday;' April 1st a a;:' ., '" all-vegetable oil-three times

ea higher in preferred poly-unsaturates than
[ ordinary bread. Long used in cakes this .

: more expensive pure all-vegetable oil makes .

NOT HAVE ,, Southern bread> truly, "the bread we bake

WILL BE GIVEN TO 81 r a like cake." Yours today in Southern popular

WIN ,,4 made-with-buttermilk and Tender Mix

And At S P.M. breads--at no increase: in price!
Drowlng. For 100 Silver DollarsPLUS ate

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THIS OTHER You Art Cordially Invited TO Visit x'i \

SILVIR DOLLAR PRIZES Our New Quarters April M { :


T......, April 2 *t S P,M. j f.1t

)100 SILVER DOLLARS (\ 1 YR'il"><". ,' '
M., April I .t' P.M. BANK .
mpe.1..laX" .
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-. ,. ,r ..,..,.,Or,. .a.e. .,..w ,.w.e p.sJ IAKELAMD LEDGER Monday. March SO, 1964 .

r State Said WorkingTo ._- ,t< .- .......,..

Limit Salaries

Paid To ProfessorsTALLAHASSEE

.iff The The cabinet also was concerned

State Cabinet li working quietly about being the Inter

to put a lid on salaries paidto mediary between the unlver-
top professor and unlver- airy presidents and the professors
fity administrator Secretaryof they wanted to hire. Adams .
State Tom Adami disclosed said the argument over

r-, l today salaries too often ended up
Aujtns told newsmen the before the cabinet.
cabinet budget commissionmet In addition, there was some

privately today with Florida competition among the universities .
State University President for the best qualified

Gordon Blackwell to elicit his professors The result was that
cooperation.He the school which offered the

said the presidents of most money got the man.
Adams said the presidents ) :
.., Florida's four other state universities would be cautioned to keep
also would be told
their offers as low as possible
that "the cabinet will only go
to avoid later conflict and
so far In the name of higher
turnover that could lead to
t education
A "the promotion of mediocrityIn
Adams said that In the cur Florida's schools! "
rent campaign for governor
the candidates were making

sex Sq much political hay out of conservatism $900 Stolen
q 'Y aa1.. < in spending and

holding down taxes.
From Alfred
I He warned that some professors
drawing salaries on a
.. .. par with cabinet members and. RestaurantBARTOW

the governor, up to $25,000 a

year, might have to take less Sheriffs deputies
under a new administration If today were Investigating

ti xa .9 M taxes are rolled back as some the theft of more than $900

I Iklt candidates promised. from the Frezette Drive.In
Restaurant at Lake Alfred.

Mrs :Joe Rhodenhaven,

HRI-fir. Chief C. M. D..I Imimta win* .1 the ...tel_ fire t.m.t. c.intJ 16 Die In manager of the drive-In, told

by a W.i' .ta th* hirtwi tiucvtioii. ."lIdl.. .! Tempi I Imtnuil. Th* fin, willed .centra*' early ytiHrday officers the money $831 in

moral 1** ..".... ntamlv* _...* to Ih. k lldln|. lluktiwd w.,1t, ,,,4 wlntows c." t* st* cash and $109 in checks -

.W* DM), whil, broil chair can h* ...* ,t the bit side *f the ,krvra. (Lc"'.' ... lykint .... FloridaAccidents disappeared from her office I
) last night. II
Mrs. Rhodenhaven said she I
had been working on the restaurant's
Once FSC's 'University Club' books when she was

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS called to Winter Haven. She
said she left the on JOHN WAYNI1 DAUGHTER TO WID-Acror John Wayne ughtw, M.II,,"., 21, sod Gr|.
Automobile accidents killed money
Old Temple Emanuel Building least 16 In Florida on at her desk In an envelope. wry MUBOI, 26, a 4.puly rfutrlct ttomir, pore .t Hit Ui Ansls' County mnig license b"r..y

Easter weekend persons, two each In Mrs Rhodenhaven, accord- Friday .Ite, they obtained their Helm I* ,..4. Th r old more then 1,000 fun* era Mine' Invited

three separate accidents ing to deputies, was gone to thai wtddmg III April 4 In Hollywaod.AP( Wlrtphoto)

FireBy _.. about 30 minutes, but the I I
Extensively Damaged By Ira Clinton Parrish, :20, ol
Crescent City, and Donna Tlce,, she money returned.had disappeared when Students

17, of Orlando, died early Sun. I
Chief Criminal J. E.
TOM HUGHES Deal explained at the scene, amount of damage to the day when the driver went to DeReus said Deputy to the The InvestorBy Head BackNorthward
Ledger Staff Writer and made Its way to the sec building, but said It would be"extensive" sleep and the car struck a culvert woman's office was entry gained by Daily

Fire of undetermined origin ond story. The building and burned near Pierson, removing two Jalousie windows .

raced through the historic education When firemen arrived was insured In Volusia County. from a rear door of the WILLIAM A. DOYLE stock market all the time. Tome

building in back of the smoke was pouring from win. Lowell T Heaton, 31, of Ocala building I Q. I own 100 warrants Issued they seen to be what you j

Temple Emanuel, 730 Lake dows. Two Policemen and Mary Tlleston, 21, of Cedar by a good growth compan have called "hot-shot, In-and-out DAYTONA BEACH (AP) ,

Holllngsworth Drive, early Firemen quickly doused Key, were killed ten miles west Each warrant entitles me to buy, traders" They say such thingsas Many of the estimated 75,000
yesterday morning and caused flames they could see, but, of Daytona Beach when their State Canners one share of the company stock, "I bought 100 at 10 and sold college students that packed \
extensive damage to the build- heavy black smoke, which Slightly Hurt car crashed into a truck during at a cost of to me of (IS a share, at 11. They act as If this werea this resort city on their annual I

ilngt came from two upstairs windows a rainstorm Ask RockefellerTo until 1170. After that the wa. big deal and all profit. Don't Easter vacation started moving

Used by Florida Southern indicated fire still in In Traffic Crash :James Dare, 41, of Lake rants will expire. The stock II commissions and other charges north today, leaving some behind .
College as a University Club the area, Deal said Worth, and Warren S. Martin, now trading at $7S t share A. ,take a bit out of those profits? to face police charges

.tin the late 1930'., the building While firemen made their 65, of West Palm Beach, were Veto Bill you can see, the warrants are A. Indeed they do. Com missions City police, working 12-hour
1 sustained heavy damage to its Two Lakeland I policemen, killed in a collision in Palm valuable.
way through the water-soaked coming to work yesterday after- are added to the cost when shifts seven days a week since
old wooden second story. downstairs portion of the old noon, were slightly injured when Beach County. WINTER HAVEN (AP-The However, tilt company Is plan- you buy Commission, state and the students started arrivingtwo

The building bad also been building, others climbed the their semi.truck and a station Tampan Killed I Florida Canners Association Sat- sing to split the stock three-for. Federal transfer taxes and Securities weeks ago, had to call for

used as the Temple until about stairs and poured water Into wagon collided at South Mmsourl Arthur L. Coleman, 12, of urday asked Gov, Nelson Rockefeller one. I know I can sell my wa' & Exchange Commls state highway patrol reinforcements : .
two years ago when the mod. the second floor. Several firemen Avenue and Hillcresl Tampa was killed Sunday when of New York to veto a bill rants or exercise them before Hon fees are deducted from the Sunday to quell a

em Temple Emanuel was were wearing gas masks Street. the truck In which he was riding! that "would damage Florida citrus the split takes place. But If I proceeds when you sell blanket tossing party.

bullU to protect themselves from Capt. H. H Brower, SOS Carey collided with an automobile In processors" don't, what happens after tiplitr So, if you buy "at 10" $10 a An undetermined number of
j being overcome by smoke. The law, passed by both houses If the stock trades students arrested disorderly .
Used As Club Place, and Patrolman William Tampa split share) and sell "at 11" ($11 a were on
Dr. Charles T. Thrift :Jr., Flames 'Stubborn Creamer 411 Arlana St., suffered Joe Clark :Jr. 20, of Holly. of the New York Legislature, at around $2J a share, won't my, share) you don't make a dollar charges when they
pre.identetFSC. said the col. :veit-afterfrn ,houll. had minor bruises in the acct wood, was killed when his car would allow diluted orange little Juice warrants lose a great deal 01 f) a share profit. So, the pu,- failed to move on quickly
lego purchased the budding passed firemen were still putting dent. went out of control and crashes 33 beverages cent containing juice as to be a. their value chase and sale of 100 shares of enough to suit officers

the late 1930' and had usedit out stubborn flames Patrolman Ronald Nennei at Hallandale. I labeled per and orange sold A. No-not If the warrants are lock at those prices would not t Party Gets Out Of Hand
as "orange
several years as a club. which shot up In the second said the accident happened :James Charles Cotton, 22, of juice products" protected against "dilution," a. give one of those trades a $10 The disturbance resulted

He said the college rented floor of the building when a station wagon, driven Cape Kennedy, died In an accident Warren Savant, executive vice most warrants and convertible profIt. when a small blanket tossing
rooms and served meals in the It was not until 4:50: o'clockIn by the Rev. Dr. George Albert on state road 520 in Cocoa president of the canners association securities are. Just: to be on the' As a matter of fact, based on where someone preferably j

building The college also added the morning, about three Garner, president of the Florida Beach. said the Legislation is safe side, you check with stock exchango commissions, the a girl' is tossed high 1 1in
onto the structure by build- hours after they were called, Baptist Institute, failed to stop James Butler, 26, of River-''misleading to consumers" of the company t total cost would be $1,017. The the air' from a blanket held

ing a 300-seat dining room, that the firemen were able to for a road sign on Hillcrest view, died when his car went. New York and "damaging to be sure the war. proceeds (based on those commissions by several boys, got out of
used for special occasions leave the scene. Street and collided with the out of control in south Hil Florida citrus processors" rants you own and New York Slat'hand.

:James B. Meador, caretaker Meador explained that the semi truck, driven by Capt. borough County. do have that and Federal fees) would be $1,. Police Chief A. 0 Folsom Jr.
said he discovered the .building had been used for Brower which wu headed Dorman Forehand, 22, of Cary provision, .llght' ;1\1\ 7833. That brings the profit said arrests averaged around

fire about 2 o'clock yesterday school and special services north on South Missouri Avenue ville, was killed one mile eas Boy Breaks Leg At this point down to $61.S3. And that profit 100 a day since the students
morning He said he heard a The last persons to use it Dr. Garner, who was uninjured of Caryville on State Road 10 In It would seem Is, of course, subject to tax as a started arriving.

noise which ssounded like a were members o( a school In the crash was charged,Washington County. When Hits wise to explsintoallreeders capital gain However, there were no Indents .
"dog In a trash can" which class which was held Saturday with running stop sign Damage Two-Car Crash Cycle resembling the riots and
woke him In his neighboringhome. morning He has been a to the station wagon he was that a warrant, that occurred at
Muriel M. McCabe, 39, of West mass
When he looked out his caretaker there for 'about driving was estimated at. $100, Palm Beach, was killed In a Car At HavenWINTER Is a certificate.. Fire Training Fort Lauderdale In 1961.
window he saw the smoke two years, he said and damage to the semi truck collision four miles which gives Its Police In Fort Lauderdale said
two car
"coming clear through the Deal could not estimate the was estimated at $250 south of Titusvilla on V.S. 1. HAVEN-A Winter owner the right DOYLEto Course BeginsAt ,he 6.000 college students there
building' and phoned the fire Daniel P. Hart, 27, of Oakland Haven High School student was (usually buy securities the common stock of Lake AlfredLAKE were "very quiet"Officials
department.Two Park, was killed one mile reported in good condition at
fire trucks, one from Kathleen Area the company which has Issued '
SpellingBee north of Palm City and Phillip Winter Haven Hospital Saturday Seek5W29743
Central Station and the other t he warrant) at a set price. ALFRED-The annual -
,J. Seuss, 13, of Fort Lauderdale, after sustaining a broken five.week training cour.eror
from Southslde Station responded 'was fatally Injured In an accident right leg when his motorcycle The arrangements through
Eastern Polk County firemen Tag
to the call A police Semifinalists Listed east of Andy town. collided with a car here Friday; which warrants can be exercised begins here tonight at
patrol car was also dispatchedto very a great deal. As you spell i
Guy Payton, 36, of Hawthorne, afternoon.No 7:30: o'clock In the Lake Alfred WINTER HAVEN-Someone
the streets clear made but out the terms of those hold,
help keep died in an accident near Loch- charges were you fire house, according to from the Winter
bought a
of traffic.as hose had to be Winners of the semifinals of soma, I also ,sixth grade stu loosa In Alachua County and Bill contributing factors" were listed you csn buy one share of stockof Chief O. A Lewis The course, Haven auto tag tag agency and

laid on the streetsLight the Kathleen area schools in dent. Lucas, 41, of Moore Haven, died by Winter Haven police II that company by turning in conducted by Elmer Cox of took all of the papers pertaining
At Winston Elementary accident two miles south excessive spaed by Lonnie Eugene one warrant and Oil cash
Provided the Polk County Spelling Bee in an the Florida State Fire College to It.Police .
School, sixth grader Sue Les Mathews, 14, of 118 8th St. stock Is
of that Glades County seat Because the trading
watched announced Kathleen Ocala will be given and an agency representative
Several have been by
nett, daughter of Mr. and Mn. NE the injured cyclist, and an
around $73 a share, the value of Monday for five weeks Frank Tillls, have
battle the blaze and every
firemen School
Elementary and David Lanett of Route 4, Lee
improper turn by Is about $57 the
each warrant week
been In a tizzy for a
one car. equipped with a spotlight Winston Elementary School. Lakeland, was fIr.t-plac. win Haven Women Brady, 425 Ave L, NE, driverof difference between $18 and $73 A similar course will be trying to locate the owners of
In Winter
aided the firemen by liven every Tuesday -
ner. Runner-up was Linda the car.According.
Finals for the Kathleen schools that the rightsare number 5W.29743, so they
assuming tag
Now In
Haven each Wednesday
spotlight to the two ,
adding a Ann Shiver of the sixth: grade, to officers, Mathew
started this at :Jesse Slate against dilution, can make the ownenhlp official
the fire trucks provided.The morning daughter of Mr and Mn. Voters lost control of his cycle at Fifth protected Auburndale and each Thursday -
blaze apparently started Keen Elementary School. Raymond C. Shiver of Route Street and Avenue L, NE, andllid after the stock is split three for for the communities of .
beneath a stairwell on the Kathy Platt. daughter of t, Lakeland. Annual into and ,under the car, one each warrant will then give Eaale Lake, Eloise, Jan Phyl Anyone knowing about the
MeetingWINTER the
first floor, Fire Chief C. M. Mrs. Vaasi Platt of Kathleen, Third and fourth place winners which skidded 48 feet to try to you the right to buy three sharesof Village, and Rifle Range. The tag Is asked at American to contact Legion
stock by turning in one war. Fire College conducts on these agency
and a sixth grade student were fifth-grader Lois avoid ImpactInvestigating.
4th Street, SW.
HAVEN Memherl headquarters,
and $18 training courses yearly,
e was champion of the semifinal Lesnett. daughter of Mr..and were Officer
contest held at Kathleen Mrs William Lesnett of 1420 of the Women Voters League of Robert Feagle and Ron Martin. As- a result of the three-for.'
will hold their annual Population Chicago,
Winter Haven each share of stock in
N. Rd. and sixth- one
Elementary School announced Galloway I'
Polk Incorporated as a villageIn
business Tuesdaymorning was .
will become three Property
Selma H. Mize grader :Jay Riemenschnelder. the company
TOMORROW principalof
about 200,
o'clock at the 1833, was
at : ModelOn shares, Because each of the split
the school Runnerup was son of Mr. and Mrs Crawford Camp
First Presbyterian Church, (37 will represent one.third Owners League
Paul Harris, son of Mr. and Rlemenschneider of 833 Lorri
Mrs Marvin Harris of Gib- Ave. Sixth St., NW Winter Haven. I HereA as much ownership of the company Lists CandidatesBARTOW Market s
will Display
At the meeting members as the pre-split shares,
decide on an annual budget each of the split shares will have Quotations r
elect officers and choose a program model of a new 913acr one.third as much market value The Polk County -

for the coming year. They Boy Scout camp Is now on die.play as each of the pre-spllt shares Property Owner League has Too LateThe
will also vote on an Important at First Federal Saving To keep things reasonably Included a listing of all can-
by-law change, under which the and Loan Association idates for county offices inItl
Orange simple, we'll say that the market stock market reports
group will become the Leagueof Street and Tennessee Avenue. of the split stock will current monthly bulletin,
price which normally are printedon
Women Voters of Polk Coun "The Public's Buaine..."
In 'Pie public Is Invited to view the 'become $23 a share By turning this page do not appear
ty. With many members other mOOelln the lobby of First Fed- in one warrant and $18, you will The bulletin gives the name today because they were re-
Lakeland and
some partsof be able tto buy three shares of and a brief description of the ceived late be Into
TRANSFERoutof.town the county, it is felt that the eral.The too to set
effectiveness of the League win Gulf Ridge Council of The the split stock Three shares of experience background f o reach type for today's edition
be increased by enlarging its Boy Scouts of America, alongwith the split stock will be worth $73 of 34 races to be decidedIn The Ledger will continue to
scope many county civic leaders Subtract $1$ from $73 and you the November election. print the reports ss a service

Following the business meeting is responsible for the see that the value of your war Arthur M. Busett, manag- to readers, and efforts will

there will be a catered luncheon tcouts. vast recreation area. ,rant will still be $57. big director of the league, be made to assure that all

at noon, for which reservations lalll copies of the bulletin are reports are received In time
are required. Members Haven Police'robe I Q. Some of the people with available to the public at the for publication each day.
may call Mrs. H. W. Graham whom I work talk about the league'. office In Bartow.

or Mrs Everett Needham in Shooting I

Winter Haven, Mrs Robert J.

funds to.... nick Crlchlow In Lakeland.or Mrs :John F. Domi- At StationWINTER I BLUE CHIPS .

'I 1 After the luncheon the 25th HAVEN Police
anniversary of the local: League are investigating a shot from TNATIBA larovN1oNEYsutgLEY. 4820.-\TIATI5ASOiII' TfEStocKI
will be observed, with a brief 32-caliber fired 830/
a pistol at a
totaled without
M details t i the f 580. w11ERE DID 850/ I A? WE HAVE
outline Of its progress over service station Saturday byan
quarter century. occupant of a car passing 79O, Q3, 11011 GET rf r IT'S Alt 1 /INVESTED W. fMRKET?

SAVE BY THE 10th earn from the 1st ,..,..- ... ......... Organized In Winter Haven In the 3rd Street and Avenue R, 810- NEtZE
,.........- 1939, concurrently with the beginning SW, location. The shot dam
[ of the state League of aged a plate glass window. 5t
Women Voters, the local: group Police are also Investigate
FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Deludes several of the charter log the theft of a 25transistorportable 'IL'J:
members, who along with all television set valuedat
WIIIDft .....T- .5505 Path C/yIIII.leis .............. bee UWaet past presidents will be honored $190, from Tip Top T.V.,

on this occasion. Saturday afternoon. -



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Russians ClaimTo Husband Complains Of Plays HeelIn PLAY YOU LIKE ON SOUR TO YMEHI TO PLAY HONOR ANSEEC58ND

Have Pilotless'Interceptor Wife's Growing MoodsBy ComedyBy

PlaneMOSCOW George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. WILLIAM GLOVER
AP Drama Writer ,
A e
CASE S-42I: Lola D.. aged the typical Idea that flits NEW YORK (AP-Bob Prei 1! ,

ut Soviet Air 29 has been married 11 years. across her mind. ton's portrayal of a Hollywood ?

Marshal V. A. Sudets said today "Dr. Crane" her husband, "Besides.. I married so heel has I lot of people guess, .

that Russian armed forces began, "Lola has been I very younl that I lIav. been cheat. Ing- and Bob laughing. dlrseualltf/a.
have been equipped with pilot. eel out of much fun which 0th- "Everybody li lure they kn w
less long-distance Interceptor good wife and mother to our er girls enjoy. the guy but none agree It'l

planes. four children. "Before I am too old for the tame one," the star repo
But the last 'S6 Nfle!
romantic thrills I'd at least with amusement rlse
Sudets commander of Soviet ANO'tN6R' silt
antiaircraft defense, said the six months she like to have a last fling at On a stack of scripts F t7t il MONTHe-

planes are capable of destroying has grown life" swears that the television pro- fly!MONKEY MAIL--KtACHfS
moody and ducer-writer he enact with run peti* wooDS-mc swu +f K wos'rne; .
enemy rockets and planes restless. That Is the usual attitude B 1HKCHC. O? T>1t PHANTOMl t M

at high and low altitudes, under "She of women at the age of 29, so mirthful venom In "Nobody % 'Ibf VAGATIUOSNe
any weather condition, never antI I have designated it the typical Loves an Albatross" Is strictly JO A ; "

and are Immune to radio jam out to '29 panic of females. Imaginary % > 4r
ming. go "Fortunately I was never near IT ;
Even unmarried of
movies or
to of those who
enough get
He did not say how many pi- dances. So 11 29, such as school teachers, any
mentioned to Imitation
an -
lotless Interceptors there are or have learned ] nurses and private secrerecently "
Preston. Iliad.
when they were developed In that taries, also' entertain such says t

an article In the official military she hires a DR. CRANE thoughts, though maybe not the unbearable.part would probably come
newspaper Red Star. baby sitter In the afternoons as Intensely as the wife who ".in" the fellow does have tn

Crevi Perk and visits taverns, all by her married young."DOCTOR have"a certain charm: or he'd;
self I feel as if lam
Center have been drowned at birth"Such
Shopping "This is so different from choking," is a common statement disavowal hasn't appreciably -

her past background that 1 of such young wives diminished the assurance

s.e ottice wonder if she Is losing her when tariums.they enter mental sani of self-appointed insiders TILL 7piarL1 "MAT A9eV- wHICl4 pg=_AREIbUT THEFAT'
One lady was sure a former
Opine 12:45:
in the SKtNiAYQm ONE
"I even caught her parked And the "choking" husband was intended. (i NAGQI'cJC ,'
How Shewh, throat of which they complain p-lATSHE Is1FlnLuE
with another actual TV
man on a lover's "You'd think that
Skews .t lane!" Is often a symbolical writers would enjoy the play the OF W LIFE.t" ( ONE,

I :07.JII.SU WHEN WOMEN reach the choking. least," Preston notes, "but It e IGNOREHEIR.
For fear that they
7:40.:51 age of 29, they often grow been stifled they or choked off from turns out they enjoy it the most .

restless and inclined to be thrills and romantic -and always each knows which .
A TOWN INDANOERt irtatious. excitement due to a stodgy other writer I mean."

For the next birthday Is marriage and too early The author of "Albatross1 A

Number 30, which seems ter- slavery to diapers cooking Ronald Alexander, a veteran ot Vf
,.,and a network and cinematic
puny ifylng to many a
many women. and domestic chores
matches conference, whose funny { ..
girl story /r. .
For they think that the decade husbands want to r_.
fear with If you fiction at the' Lyceum derives &.0 .:..:..-
of the thirties will mean combat this '29 panic most from reality. .t. *.. <*:efc*(Mf. toGraham's

they are old and on the shelf. quickly, send for the booklet "We'd Just aa soon not call attention _____u

This Is doubly frightening "Sex Problems In Marriage," to any who's who," Preston

to a wife who married young, enclosing a long stamped return I says, "Once the point has : % DON'T' THINK I'M &ETTIN1 AT "fU t DID SHE OH, WILL,
WALT DISNEY as Lola did. envelope, plus 20 cents. TCH TCH NICiltlD
been made that such people do CHAlklE: BuTIWOULDN'T IT BE r$0' THAT'S.DIFFERENT<
For Lola was barely 18 on Beware, for romantic starvation SA1D
IAnEEa'TECHNICOLOR' her wedding day and her first In wives, Is usually due exist. ASIC t* F THE HALf A DOLLAR .

baby arrived before she was to Inadequate sexual techniques Collective Image t INSTEAD tf ?LIST'TAKN'{: IT? ,

by the husbandI "I have I kind of collective =
19.So O
she was washing diapers Image of a lot of well-known /

and cooking, cleaning house theatrical swells who have be. AVoti

and fretting over other do- come Insular In their pink palaces s
meatlc chores while the usual TodayIn ."

girl of 19 is in college or Being sn actor who gives a

working in an office or faOotory I lot of thought to the role In hand ;

with free time for ro-- Bob finds the character a rather

mance. quixotic knave.
.eN sow olaw AMil1n1aaIN Lola was so preoccupiedwith HistoryBy "The guy does work at a certain -
w MS ell!n.Y.a1M 0... her home duties that she level and knows what will Vw .!.i "''= t::!:f*>' -- --

didn.t get into the 29 u panic THE ASSOCIATED PRESS work and If he'a a bounder maybe .

COMING APRIL ITH until now. Today Is Monday, March 30 the rest of us are to blame

"LAWRENCE OF ARABIA" MEANWHILE three of her 1964. There are 276 days left He's unredeemed at the end Easter

four children are all In grammar in the year.Today'e and that makes It a morality I

school so she now has highlight In history: play.

a little more time to think. On this date In 1867 a treaty The Indefatigable star already Meet Great Success'BIRMINGHAM.

OaroiEJ "I'm too young to be a was agreed upon under which has a part for next season The" J The
senile old grandmother" Is the United States was to pay show Is "Ben Franklin In Paris,

$7,200,000 in gold to Russia for and he will be the man In the his
Ala. (AP) tatlon as Billy Graham and
CATTLE AUCTIONS the territory of Alaska. The square spectacles."It's Stars Evangelist Billy Graham's team, I am moved almost beyond
that I actually
musical was
purchase was denounced by a
iAT'T/I/AtT10 Easter appearance before an expression to the
JACKSONVILLE (API Vntvtnlritudr who thought It foolhardyto signed to before 'Alba- outpouJ'oing
to .I>o..r vrioM vnvuM .tBtMm Integrated audience of more of confidence in our fellow
Tonight' TK. Night ..". ...'IoA 81ort... last writ on pay for frozen waste, of useless tross' came along. There's no
I.n.r rauapla ., all than 35,000 was hailed as a tremendous man as seen today."
T. G. Out T.AMovl.! mIk.1. a,350oa5p.r.d
7400 want _II... land. guarantee Ben Is going to capture -
.,..... 0'_ the public fancy, but I Impel Inspirational success A Negro minister, the Rev
Good 600 800 llm 19,Oft-ll t.od.rd TO ICs by Negroes and white persons J. L. Ware, said, "It Is my can
think people are ready. very
ToJV,000M00' On this date: The did opinion that.this
1a gathering at Legion great
but without flag
I'". 15.50-2t.a0. patriotic any
JSffiJffl&W 1870 15th Amendment,
In the
Field, a football stadium In Bir- Christian service will prove to
cow.: miller I MBoiTMBull. providing that the right to vote waving. By Carroll (tighter
(0"11 MITIaNTaRTAINMrNTI .: Ulllllr ItOOlDOOa3ooljoo0o The production, which goes Into mingham, was the largest Integrated be the turning point fn dunging
the outlook and Image of Birmingham
11 I has score audience in Alabama'shistory
rehearsal In June, a
At ,.W With A r> rtlilSh r_.r Cel..n /.._ United States or any state on and It also was the largest into a city ot peace
a..a ln, At II:41 r : Oood aoo-t WJ IM" IS 89-IJ.BO. account of race, color or previous by Mark Sandrich, book
Mlum 17 00-1060. religious gathering in the state and tranquility: and prosperity
ROCK HUDSON IN Michaels. .
Hasten, Good 450-700 1lM 11.00-20,00. condition of servitude, was, lyrics by Sidney H_ ... lor '
"MAN'SFAVORITE midlurn. 16 50-19. 'or&l declared ratified.In No Incidents Reported an people.-
"' &d000dt7.e3y53.50 I MONDAY MARCH 30, lilt SAGITTARIUS November
( Races Divided
COO' (ml..d": 10. Evenly
I ao 0-24 110. 5,00t0lS III 50.22 11II. .I 1893, Thomas Bayard became KEPT ATTENDING GENERAL TENDENCIES: 22 to December 21) You must Rigid security precautionswere
Negroes and white
SPORT1"Toe.'co'or' the first U.S. ambassadorto CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio A day when you are eager to be more broadmlnded now In force, but there were evenly divided.persons appeared

PLY. AT ..MeNLVI Great Britain-until then the Menzo Preston reduce results and are under U you want to garner Important no Incidents. The city has been
KIRK DOUGLAS I U.S. representative at the Court joined the Cuyahoga Falls police excellent aspects and influences data confidentially Then the scene of racial violence in Walter Smyth an associate of
Graham said Police Chief Jamie
LONELY of St. James's had been a mln
ARE ister. force, he was a truant officer for BO doing by the get the Immediate future the past Moore estimated the crowd

THE BRAVE"T."lght In 1942, President Roosevelt Apparently that gave him resourcefulness and the ingenuity mapped out more to suit your "Billy Graham has broughtout at between 35,000 and 40000.

announced the establishment of some Ideas about attendance. with which you are desires, needs.CAPRICORN. the best In II'," said Mayor I About 4,000, both white and
,He's chief now, Is retiring after filled at this time. You have Albert Boutwell.
( 22
Pacific War Council Negro, responded at the close
I. In 1945, the Russians Invaded :28 years on the force missed, and notes day already made your plans to January 20) Good pals A white minister, Dr. John of Graham's sermon when he
has a
and Tuesday! ',Austria and seized the Baltic !that he never now put them quickly into who have done you favors Turner, said, "After waiting called for the penitent to come
Pamllr ..torto,....., 'ilftJI port of Danzig. of motion. should be shown appreciation some 15 years for such a vlsi- forward.
MIMA 10:Id "If< ARIES (March 21 to April today, and you find they are
WIt DliMv'i : AT THE THEATERS 19) You are able to take care even more obliging Othersare
"lEGEND OF LOBO" 'I Ten years ago-Director Harold of both intimate and commercial also favorable toward Pope Adopts New Hard
I* c.i.p Stassen of the Foreign Operations FILMLAND O51vaINTeaI
i and, Tomorrow: "aund. U tfYoil affairs In a most efficient you. Interest In them I
ended talks in ud Slnnim, Wb.n W>
AIM At 5.0 only Agency .. ." way now. Be particularly
too.AQUARIUS Communism
London British and French Against
"Feur for Texas"Frank on OHOVI THIATI
Tana, thromn turdwi "A Tl|.. careful with taxes and other (January 21 to
trade with the Soviet Union.
Sinatra In Color I Walk.''
DIIIV.'NTod. government matters. Have February 19) You have excellent
Five years ago A House ., Mt LAKILANB To 1'0..114," fun in PM.TAJRUS. plans to put over In VATICAN CITY (AP) The loggia of St. Peter's Basilica

Incredible:: committee released secret testimony pori" tnrt LK 0lIATN t Brftva the business world, but framework of a tough new Vatican was token as both an appeal
/ by two members of the Tod.i throufhlW.li>. d.,. ...odlbl.Mr. (April 20 to May must not try to do It alone.you policy toward communismstood and a demand to Communists
20) Some time In dis-
Joint Chiefs of Staff; they i : (Nttro spent Get the civic-minded to mend their ways.
reni.h.rn.r.rsITN11M..N.' claimed the United States had T d ind :Donotiin'Cuvurl'Command :. Rm n' usslng any Joint projects partners Your career can be out today after the firs His predecessor, Pope John
HIa Mr.Limpel more atomic retaliatory strength .and,LVIII MOON' OBIVI Ln n4 INTod of ...- with associates brings fine highly interesting. Holy Week of Pope Paul VI'' XXIII, never wavered on doc

Man .._ mm M than was needed to destroy the ..;f .nd "fur ':.iii: ...' results later. Get everything PISCES reign trinal opposition to Communist
OTNIa ( 20
February to
wound Then
nicely off
T:1. sale.CIIH ....DO. Iliom CAROLE COOK pi Soviet One Union. The United AVSV8"DALa: "Call D.ALA l- l.511: aw.n..Rrer the gleeful recreations up. you March 20) Finding new antes I The hardening/ emerged In philosophy and dictatorial meth
.. R.betesa, Jan. ,..d. ANDREW DUGGAH JACK WESTON MlLARRV tales year announced It would take SARTOW AVON PARK-+q Htlww r o: "CMMars, "5rowreoNae joy. who, are Interested In your endeavor speeches delivered by the pontiff via But John sought to ease
.undeY Iw N.w' v.rb" and : : world tension and improve thesituation
kJ= : though
possibly not
till Only _....._... .. 02a00100'50M05A013. every step necessary to be sure E,I.'. o..L.I,1 CITY -Adf.aWr.WkR.vta.. HrlOw.... "BollUbnIOw "- GEMINI (May 21 to June experienced, will be remunerative during the week. He also of Catholics in Iron
Cuban exile attacks Soviet
..........--w.;; ; M..," F..NMtisAaaal50a"' Island on would Bo 21) Be more determined about now. Contact those again stressed the search for Curtain countries by showing
Ailw NwSb I hips or targets II." ud "r.rua'STbsN Cbml- any work that faces you who are out-of-town. Be Christian unity and closer ties patience and charity In dealing
.." specific
not be launched from
-- territory.! : rLANTcrrr I.n* ctpiM"r" *.. irmBottlo" whether in business or at In stating alms. between Roman Catholics and with communism.
1 d "Tht Wi home. Show appreciation to _
PLANT rt Y-.tWa4i." 'uiudtntBlBmSoiFuTrW. '" IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN other vnniuani. Plus Term Used
i fellow workers who can have
i( .'lfnll.. Ord,Brld" TODAY there Is much success Communists CondemnedAfter
used the
SKBHINO { 'OBI LOTO With thProwr Influence over your affairs John almost never
,,Slrtnnr' and ''Drurat ofWAUcifoLAHHarlttr They then prove helpful. possible In this chart, a Good Friday procession term "church of silence," which
Jt'2.Qp COMBEE Tho Vtolori" provided you as parents will' In which the Roman
Campaign RallyMonday .nd tin Uif Conqmror"WINTER MOON CHILDREN (June teach 68-yearoW I Plus used to refer to
HAVIli Illn. "A. TIlWWINT your youngster early to pontiff carried a cross, he condemned Catholics behind the Iron Cur
.' 22 to July 21) You have
": very channel all that energy In the
Run-Rons Balo: "SortPirn Communist treatmentof tain. Pope Paul used the term
: .nd Pun IB Ae.pulco" valuable Ideas and should beable right direction, or he or she Roman Catholics
to them to the is another Good Friday.
express could start being a nuisance
March 30 at 8 p.m. satisfaction and delight of as a child and later get Into I In his first There was some speculation
LAKELANDMARCH hers. You can also profit Eaater speech sis In i Vatican circles that new
channels. The
unsavory imagination
Civic Center Theater on Lake Mirror from recreations later. Be arstic hers is tremendous ,Pope those,who Paul urged atheists and measures against Catholicismby

31 show talents. and the proper handling God. oppose religion to accept for Red the regimes Pope's attitude.was' responsible

LOCATION LEO (July 22 to August 21) brings out some extraordinary His Good Friday 'speech was Some Vatican sources considered

You an Invited to meet with friends and neighbors WakuK t.: a.tw.w Ml' rw.. n If you early put everything talent. Fine stage material the strongest papal condemnation that the Pope's speeches

discuss with OM ...!.Mm Tr.ri 4 a l araoMh Ores. order at your dwelling, you of communism since the particularly his words on atheism -
county government your county commit- .......011.* t-V e.A.v can Invite friends in for reign of Pope Plus XII who were aimed against a sew

stoner o and enjoy light refreshments. SHOW TIMES 4 & 8 Pit charming tote-a-tete. Show I Avon Park Negro died In 1951. Soviet campaign to promote
that you are a discriminating Paul's Easter
Ger. Ow. a Nov {user from the atheism.
Take time to dress I
-e.n".1 AdMlrlewCblldr.n person -
100 AdulN s.s.awwvM perfectly. Stabbed Robbed
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VIRGO (August 22 to September !
22) Getting routine On North MissouriAn

I duties nicely organized Is Ifine
ambition for beginning Avon Park Negro wa

""m looking forward to seeing you the new week properly. Show stabbed in the back and robbedof y h
that you can be kind with J20 Friday night at 849 N.

and talking with you oo with partne. Courtesy to underlings Missouri Ave.Lakeland .
Is a must. police Identified the

everyone who shares my interest LIBRA (September 23 to victim as Samuel Graham, who

i RING October 22) You have only torake suffered a one-Inch knife woundIn Just tell us how much money you need
the back
In good county government" your level of consclonsess and rele..ecllnto police was custody treated ro pay bills, for homo Improvements, car

in order to secure a from Lakeland General Hospi repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal

greater abundance ethically ixpensesl Phone for prompt service!
onsult with your banker or tal.Graham
Identified his
business Follow best alleged LOANS UP
expert attacker as Negro Charles TO $ooo

a1duw CfJJ1 JmJ. Idea. Thomas, 46, m address gives,
ClacwN SCORPIO (October 23 to who police found shortly after

// Tr. awI November 21) You have to the attack occurred. FAMILYFINANCI

County Commissioner be more .forceful now tf you I Thomas gave the money backto

I are to acquire the things you Graham, police said and

d SI EUlOrUN PERFORMERS most desire. Be sure you re- since Graham did not want to SERVICE, INC.

SI ANIMALS a ELEPHANTS pay In some way the favors press charges and both parties .f Ukolan

(Pd. M. ad.r $sea.... Cljllt-U.50111i1y Erauss j extended to you. Don't be left town yesterday morning, 209 E.Lemon St.-Ground Floor MU 27183II
selfish. they were both released.. I

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1 Little White Lie Abby. :olosselfoddroa.d 1365.end stomped hv.,1y"" enshops. !I.I.! h? rNO' I"" -C3

Abby orawera ell,
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DEAR ABBIE: My father-In.law celebrate his birthdayon Navy himself for three yean. Any way. I met this hot shot
Feb. 22. He was born In the old country and either they Air Force guy and I went for him In I big way. He acted TELL MOTHER ME ONE EVER ABOUT MOE Jl WAS UNLOADIN'HOr FURS TOOK HIS STORIES MOrXC'N HE

didn't figure time the way we do or else his birth records the perfect gentleman. I sneaked off to date him. And. sure 51t7RYL J WHITE AND THE SAT THEM SEVEN WHARFS TOMNTY-GUig JV LOVED DAISY MAESSHUXI /'

were lost but anyway I im lure he chose that date himself enough the minute he got out of uniform he was no gentleman SEVEN WHARFS? / AN'NOT CUTTIN'MOBS AML ..

because It was Washington's birthday and he wanted to shareIn I WHITE III fSHB

the honor. We alwayi have a cake and sing "Happy Birth. FLO FROM RICHMOND

day" and make a big occasion of It. All of a sudden an DEAR FLO He should have kept his uniform on.

elderly aunt of his from Elmira, N.Y., turned up and when *

she taw this birthday celebration for Papa Joe she loudly DEAR ABBY My husband was ill for over a year, and I In

announced that he wai born In the summer) He was ao em- all that time not one of our neighbor came to lee him, or ;

barrassed It spoiled the party. I think she owes Papa Joe even Inquired about him. When he died they all came run

an apology (he'. been very quiet since then). Should I sug- ning over with baked good and sympathy I refused to accept JLd/: ;

test it? anything telling them that the time for them to have -50ttiMNwir

BEA IN BROOKLYN done something for him was when he was alive and could

DEAR BEA You could suggest It, but anyone as Insensitive have appreciated It. Now I am being severely criticized for e-.A r.Ilmi

te the feeling of others ai Auntie from Elmira appears my actions Was I wrong? -- -

to be, would either refuse or do II without conviction. The 1 BITTER WIDOW l
I damage .Is done. But UK Papa Joe t know Iota of wonderful DEAR BITTER: That your neighbor had hurt you b, COO 1'5' OPEN. MY HER AWAY UKE TWIP DIO eNus m

people In his boat. I have aa uncle who picked Christmas! their thoughtlessness does not Justify your rebuff. There I Ia TRACY UNDERSTOOD SHE* WALKING YOU- PILOT'S READY Her

j a chance that they didn't know of his nines or of the serious- TOWARD THE SPACE COUPE

h DEAR ABBY: I am sorry but I have to disagree with you peas ef It. a n gME'S' READY TO CO.SONA .
: aabout men in uniform. You said they were okay. Well a A11 t

few years back I would have laid they were okay too but CONFIDENTIAL TO DISAPPOINTED IN NEWPORT ,ale ;r7 PRO1tI5EDuc t'y

I learned my lesson Take comfort In the words of Mark Twain: "If you pick upa

I My father never approved of any of his daughters going starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite aHE

out with men In uniform. (There were six of us girls) We you. This I* the principle difference between) a dog and a

thought It was kind of peculiar because Papa had been in the man."

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Entertain Foes TAMPA (AP- Brany Od- Ruth Nelson, 11, daughter .

Group ham'a bid for the U.S. Senate of Mr. and Mr*. P. Murray
L Hollandwon Nelson of 1140 W. Marjorie St.,
Florida Southern College's seat held by Spessard
sport teams have a busy time the backing Saturday of the took first place honor in the
Central Avenue School POOR 010n II
Schedules MeetA of It today and tomorrow when Florida AFUCIO spelling
contest recently. QOPd poP Is suallJUMVy Da YcWOULD1J
the Mot baseball team host William E. Allen of Tampa /IAD PaOPI.nYaLLnM3 i

MORE (MobilIzation Furman University In a two- secretary treasurer of the labor Second place went to Michael ATYGU = it
of our
meeting said Wayne Efird. 11. son of Mr. and
Enterprises game series and the Southerncrew organization 80,000 pamphlets A NIGHT pQ;
of Republican hosts American International are being mailed out urging Mr*. Leonard Butler of 1808 AND DAy b L TRY t
) will be held tomorrow College. support and contributions for Waymon St. NOT TOLGT iI

night at the community room Southern' fast charging baseball Odham. I Winner will participate In the jf IT + T
of the downtown First Federal 1 team entertain highly No candidate were endorsedin Lakeland area spelling contest t... I

Loan Association, touted Furman University tonIght any other state races I+I at the Lakeland Junior High ;.. 4I
Saving o'clock. and tomorrow night at "W fully realize that Mr. Od( School Wednesday morning at -
office, beginning at 7:>> 7:30: at Henley Field. ham I II not all that labor seeks,9 I o'clock. Mrs. Thelma C. Novak ..

Marvin Vernon of Auburn- FSC crew will race AmerIcan in a Candidate" Allen said "But principal of the Central !!: a

dale Khairmaa: of MORE for International College (AIC) hit platform certainly la one,Avenue school .aiel. Area con- ,.JQ rs [I rte

Congressional! d* on Lake Hollmgjworth's .t mile that organized labor must sup'test winners will compete on the i

the Seventh course at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow 1 port actively." |county leveL ., < L )
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./k/. LORETTA HI HKfl. ) M :30 pr ........ lath SEWING MACHINE work. earning opportunity time Mokkannu t: Call,00504. "Earth : .' oaoh an.J" 1IM Ntw for atorai or afloat metal ,.....
LAIIKM.NEI R. WRIGHT ) UIO1. Bartow. ". 130 1011. ..CI"L' Y.. "13 Buwanno Anau MU 4blll -
It.A-O.SAWRIRH nPKg VKLMA!: KLDKH ) Contract Ratct Upon .*....| SERVICE for $80 week for summer a"J waatdaya.HTAL SINGER SLANT-O-MATIC 00000.1100 wladowi. Air Mndltwatd.. ..

ORIOlE and ) WANT AD DEADLINE work plus to D. ABBfaTAHT. E001rtosated I '14 tM, lao-
I HI DIT HI' opportunity UndKepbg rl..b..r. Cil
V1N1BR HAVENDrfrndnnta RICA U OK ) wono ADBPublleatla repair In your home any win ,, Hay* reference Wlaheapermanent 1 Would PaTIO touka 0050 .., tapI&iomeay 840 SQ F.OFFICE .
) petition. MU S3113 ..llb sod modal. Moot ,
make model. Phone Mr. C.1 .U
) *. 17. nwnlblparonnu FOR RENTI
NOTICI DM Daaamno, $1,000SCHOLARSHIP HARDY SOD IMI CORVAIR Mont ooayarttblimlaalon .
OF SUIT ,IN Monday. II 00 AM aaiurdarTundar Skinner MU 21212i9 IM3 Blum Store
15 i Tucker Bulldinil
MOKTOAOt FOP1SCLOSUP. AWARD LOVELY BOMB for aaml invalId C. ..IM.U-rIds.. 5051,0. 50501000 000050. O.
TO VKLMA EIPRR: and 4 :3d P M Monday or Ildr1y parole. prlvU rom amauam w. Or ..itamttl* tu Cat oontol* nodal wnlla ......11 Una. It. 2'."'. ... In front

ANSA WElls: DKeiBR:. Wadmaday. 4 30 f H TuaadarThuraday Walls- Phone Tampa 229-7133 for ,horn aooklni. SOar- boipiUL MU fREE: ESTIMATE .. .. nachln Lit. law. ..OOP mllee. MU 1-4143.: for doctor rear Terrain office fln or 514111.uplr Idaal

Reoldennnn Pomp. personal interview. IJttlBOLLDOUR 0l5 ano alp 113.. MU I413T3I8BCB MOOT SELL IMO Meroedea IMaedaa outlet. Central neatlai
430: PM WMnaaday I
Roam. Alabama LIT MONTGOMERY Ward Drill WORK end bond 01.. 10 Air oadlUoned. After 4. ... air oondlllanlal, NIbS .

TOU, Valtna' Klder and Ann. Friday. 4 JO" M ThuradayBaluKay 0.ur well end lieull pour witrntant WAnTED. APPLICAim for poi!l- ..10.. C.I PluS City. 711 I"TRACTOTt* .r..l.."OI Mowln.. dlee-.,_ -BOOKS. lift I""" M- all day aaturday and Buaday ly call T R Tucker it. .o.u I.

Orion Dfiuh. mil your unknown, 1900 Noon FridayBunday Up I. 31 ...11>* M PM LIDS of AMtount Bulldlii IniMotor \muaECRETART. lallaa' In yard _.1.ln. oradBI blaa. 51101".. daaka. plcturaa.rramai. 111 3111 1.d.d... tor, MO I-717J.

,myni,00m.,l. and in unknown run leu,. 4 30 P M Friday PRIOr IIU I-IIO AppUr Cl,ll .."... Offlot'iir .EOOKKmtrES. Ad"drieoraph M3-44oT 555730. appllaac and .1.I... "L blAb. .,.10-
lmlnt| InlrrMta by, through 01 OUPLnv noiThurada1 H.II.'aT mlmeor. .xperl_ sltoeO 55 0200 .. .0
...lnmot. and nil ui k' Monon Ii 00 A M. anturdael'urduo. EMPLOYMENT .. O. .alW..b "m.t. 0
inn par on Steele) manul mil Raw tin. .
.. CONTROL Uroilt. ... t..r". A"Du 12. FvinltR1FURNISHED
71 .
hating 1200 Tree
oroloitnlog Room McmdaoWrdntadae
'n tin" P Will conildet full w .SA.1151. A.I
Roe HaitI till or hire.i In ire 52 Help Wanted ".,or. ...."..co .......n. !IaI. 0a242n0COL0000 tm. Sur _._

rtol'.tl herrinafttr den. rll,,'cl, .r* 1200 II... Tuaadayioo all PIlls .0m..I.O. Onllea-'froent. 'II PRI tuok naooo. aloso" OR
hereby notIfIed lint ole 2221 N.. Aubumd.l. SlaIn WOMAN would Ilk. T.. by 91 Bartar & ExckangiIBLUTRADB .Ie. 051 0010. ISOadIaoc .nf.ral.h. art*
"nml.I."t' euraery ired- -70.
I" forr, !Ie,.. rrtiin Morumip nn Noon WnlnaadayPrlday nat to,0'". MU 24135.ROI1TO dart aork, II00 per hour and .X'.R, C.lt, trlmmlni. lopplna .t HU uontkbp a". 0 .

iht llnolnn donrrlh piuptrt, tItle Noon ThundiyBaturdar N.H too Lakolaod- arm, but far. 013-Utl. Franc* Buy- .. .Olk .. .. 2pmoans '.2 .hi" 11000 NI" A."

to'*'II 12 00 Noon Thuraday COLORED PERSON 2S to Ie mall .n ....ul.. .......mor.. Mperl.. .... end lairanre II Tallow Jacko ... P./ON ....., 'I. sod .. 10 "

1k. Pant tOt feel ..f the RoIh, lundar 11 00 Noon Friday 43 years of age Experi HalOed ... 03-40 ..aeondphoto. .. For Uilnei don* rliht' plrwood boat tompliu kastor. ... WIll laki UPPER TWO bedroom. Uelat

I I :, fret .f Trod 01 ..f ,to Tha Udur will, not .. ... need In office work filing It O.akwr 11100 .Oct0trod FINANCIAL H.raIl. Of oraaenn d DeNIke. WinterINSTRUCTION I m.u'd'._ with 31 HP Oala 'rd., Coo floss,.1.1.. 8..n. mom. kltekea. HU..o..1.5.01.I5.st000.a .
RnI'lotoflt.o,, I'lt'r *4. tpanilbla for mora than oaa I t. start. Coolmisalos Itlahar 2u..el Boots.ao r.Irmltlostof tics iia- tOOl 000010, 51,00 md skIS, ,
Luke Alfred' florid. an .ho.n teropontianrOlns. typing bookkeeping and 1004040 62 luilnui Oppartunltlai itt'. labIa 1004 .rf... ..ndli. motto lad ". I100r stIll MOT APABTMENTI, elsa.d

hv AI.I'| or Pint iheiwf nrded THE LAKELAND cashier Woman preferred. WItAVII.......,... ....1... for Trada for .. .. .. WIll .. .lr.. CN ."II. llnon. 111. .
In the lffk'e of lha LEDGER '.0 ill ...b''".... 5.50 ..OS .be. no lunkarl aau (4404)II IIU ... II..D.15004. Dial .*
(Irrk of the irciilt, Court In TELEPHONE would consider man. Must 1..0 111. 5501 .1 II ond 40.1 CHOICE aU.'NI Sod 50,0mmptoortOs. .3113 dan. 0U3-407I.r.Slons, .n. Tmp UlIWarPUONi000ID
Slot fir Pulk ('ount\', FlorIda. have .ho 510 itlstoutid I. 050105 OPIi .dL. OUST ..11 I-oor liopork11. -
In Pint Bx>k I). Pent |. MU 6-1151 good personality for .10000 a scar plus .." Irluoa Re"t. tl. .M..la Pul to o.U, 417 Bouut Tannaae AFARlMENTa, .
.Mi ben filed ...In.t you and dealing with tenant Post ""...m.. .IUI Polk Co.n.,,'. laid- 110' 14 School.Mulpmaat 99 Boati Malart SupplluI ... (u1 .0,4,0. 1 .. MU IlOISI.AK ** 1..1.

you .r. inquired to cores com tion bonded. hours ,Ins Ch..I.r.PI'.oulb dslo A.. 2 Cl Laundrlaa 40 ..bo.II boos mr 0 srI'
Eight aday .
of your Arnwar or Plndlnl to the I air Ia P0FIO IS 55,. C. C. Harm.All ., EioaUanl .u : PLYNOl.. Good PARKER lorily brand aewfour
Complaint, on Plaintiff. ant ".n.\'> ANNOUNCEMENTSS five days a week. N.rlll FlorIda A_.. 015,713. John t. ....... /HEAVY 0130IPWOIOT I. 50051510all SiodlIlca. IIL coolbs room. ule path _
J. TOM WATSON and JAMKH P Writ P. 0 Box 1009 Lake- 1 0 1554103.000CERY an. lor b...500105501 HP, 4 ..ID. .. eotkoard 12.. Coooldam Iiaooloa. foo,.. threo room .....*. .1.t
HAHN P O Bon H. Lakeltnd, S 00.5100'. b' sudoolly 010aIlne ...tr. .n.DI .1.141. h..1 tint floor, UU '
Horlda, mid flla thi Naticn and.AM. 56 Soteamee ND $0.nklhOOll en *.1700 aeriroundi pro,. ...1P.lrlt. MO 038.I. la IAU: ,
11 .
: .ordinal. Anlha 000lpcOd. CIoa ...h.ndl.Coed lie 0. .1-0 1'01 BOOMI and "*
.... .. ...n'n. ,. ... olft.. 0' 'ooal bualnou. Notloawldo .1. .' fihoI'nlacocd. 00 ..IID. carpatlaf. .1.AntrlcturnNuro .
OUT 8CJ.: said 173. nurat amyla O> HPID 4 '
tool *raoaa
Clerk of Ih. (Irrult runt and .Dn..I. HP lbnctrlo. .13. .H.ft.
Court oror adult Ml Baulk lola
.Portlni PULLER BRUaK man naranmar Writ' Oreer 'I.r.
Dial MB
bfnn the flat dir of aaodi MU t-42M .... L ahow you II05llOO0nt 11. 15 ... poc.aosablo. Coil n to.
April. roe Mtlmau Culbaraol. 1101 a waak In this fur ... Rd CHSROLI "'I I.
Hardwar Olin A.
AD. IP... If you fall to do an, Do rout Y ouranmo 00.0 to aarn 1.1.. youreelf .-. 3..31. 114 adla PIrkul,. Ir. .I.n.* .. PtinobtJsolr .

acro. Pro ('on'..... will be'TIIADINO TAIIPI cnehaueud atnought City Employment that muck t* atari Call 551.4150 rear i him..I.. Initial potential....I..n.the. tint of 'LRIDA. LAR.aT aId mom FIRST 1100 ..... aoulU I* IaN' WO 7-1131 AubumdaloOJ Sod'' .;TIVB' .URMI8".D.. .. ..
okrn mlnm ten for tha relief Iteeaa. 001 loot 101_ 4-4 P M .. moo if rita can 4y ..n. Luknlaad br.
1112.1 under 1100. Early retirement poe.elble ReaM: Ukaoratt cabin oruluf with 1 PONTIAC tw* door air cendltloned .t ". "ln. MO 3311FURNIIHIQ .
lemandM In Ih
Th.. Comt.tajnt. 1 I for d..I..hIP.IALI1IMAH Iralnln and luldanra ilyiHu ... : ft"i eto. SI.. HP Mtreurn motor. 481.1409. power Iteerlni. brikiailomatl ..
Nol''e hall. h* p"hll.b.d LOIn' sLIP Co.r 8h.D. M4fiintl H Week's Fee H WANTED for horn .bend oednliast.on S C..I.I.I, ,. sIr .1.1.to. .. .. radla' heawr. whit*. OR atnl l.r.lh.
.. t .
'Ott' ..k f, rn'r', .., ... oa Kiutllul Oaks .
( .. .t. IU Mo. 11
Road illi
I 44-M Drarmu
,rc.ka In the | (Upon AroeDlIDOI'Rm. allvary aa II M CommlHlon,ether Writ Oil nth Street 51000 .a.1 -... Morton Orlra ...
Ijikrland Lrdirrter ...
bMnpraadl all) aomraRIBTUN MnaHU, call n.3. Zephyrhllla balwei "trIo.- -
".| ... ... .. ., 0105 company baapltalatlon ... 103 FurnIture t Applloncn bull 4 door eedan 3.311.
.... aor.n. irou llfo, arcldant and! 7 and l pm solo W. StIll '0.W,1 CIVRLn.
V S,: '\r> ORDFRFn: Bar ..... mdi ant '....'1.".. Euu- 208 Arcade Bldg. aalUi Apply Bordaaa Dairy C..I.1. Trld" boll. Oood. 1..d br. 1M4 t new MALL MODERN ...
rlraidi. thIn nih day of '". 0' .....1.. 10 .boo.. Ir... .4 L... W ra DrKarrdlt HOMI.r R rental' unit. tor..' 1.1. L..I..d Jlor. 1371 C.I allot 5,01.tars. .- .i tloMti. for adulla. ..rt.LI.ro.
Oood L. e8 .
\I"'h.i \ It t'lti tOm Sunday Ad .lh. bouIllon VACUUM CLIANERS rnbtIlI3. r.nodltldltsd Unoa. Phono UU t1230COTTAOI .
/a0.. H IOWAN JIICI.rk. NUII..oO hoc Rn'R.D "RBON dosIrInS lull In Country BitaUa 1401 Sn. 01051,5. PItS. ISO 7 CHEVY 4 door .
pan Bpaelal attention .1.*. t* ., hardtop AND front .
.r p.'l-lIm. to 0111 o. to. Everett 413 8431 apartmaal
Circuit Court XPIRIENCU: PRIMER for 0,1,011.14 aUI Clnnoilod00011kb Power-aulomalla.
radIi heaureloellent
lIt. MM of SacS .att00.. MU 1..1.1. 05.550 d wall furnlihad
I du.trlalnedaom0000lalsrc000to.Pal,1
0IIN 2.t2lJ Is 055.10 thou Well Mrara Cleanon. COOING OlILF alallaa lor UaeoModern WATA ai., 1-5211, 30 MO actual,
rn.ll.n. .
144 aouth Florida, A..ou.. man nOd allIs gtO.mlnno fMllltln H..II, tr*..'''' miiaa i. ."1. ISis Del Creit. .. .IUDI. pla.olldes
0 A. S aol. 'd..1
THE CIRCUIT -.mml..l.o bIde Re.I, Dr 151- : loaclot. 'U
01' WIURANCE. Had .. IPRI01.TOR8 .lr. .
an ae- .1. Hum C. ale.
... .
That TENTH UllleiAL CIRCUIT r Ideal Inraruref Ito .n" to ...10. Omothota. 00 C.nLI .. .o .ndilon..Ito. All 1. .
na until .
S3 0(5105000. ... ..., .
Wonted OUI P
fimala P 0 flogThll. Orlond. Ftnt.5oRALIONAN mOatsbroIl
0' FLOOIDA 'N AND FOR menuia t* pay Call Mg 4DODTB .eoa 4 Hola M..d., .. Take Your Choice PRIVATE T".NC" ..,oms.4oOoh
POUt eOI1..TY.. I.r bra. *. aol ua for food ueepilanoee < 50. .
NUDID ISO tD6fl 15,105 badm.m.
IN CHANC'IIY. FABRICS :3031 North J,00IrPn$.In, prtvlouaaallln S IBM Keypunch your Klylnntor and iltchia. kaui Oonnnlwt. Bout$.
MORTGAGE 'OllICLO.VIII Oema. out af buuaee 510 aiparlanet ....'r.bll. Ooodwrtlnt WANTED TO BUY C lInen. ...I.r IIII 10 J TV'Appl .1.. nalibkarkood ClapS anl.
Pattern* tOo 2... Buttoaa M. 31 721 "... 11.1.1 0oUl.nart Spcedwriting Shorthand .
T RIVER IALNIOi BUJ;. 0 > aalary. ....11.Ok trainroiram .bur.dat. WnlrD ADS I.3aU
erp000tton a 1.0\01" EARN S ceo aloe IS.eOatl Inn > load company ban Polk a Typewriting MU -.1, I
8&UtODO-OIVU laelant relleltor sod ..ja, pisa000 ..orl105 raid I LCA'H. Cl>.. lad
PlaIDtlff. ellIs and PiOilOO sod a oral op.ioomlAolt S Office TV BAROAINB. Cmnplttalr, .
-.- f Aethma and Ray PornO PreoaMMnatratwa 000dlttoi. at 110. 5505 tIc. $ tot ImbliloIll ".D. AllDI Liquor license Machine, Stills aId luaranuod Oil 05 and .. I.ro. clowt ipardulu ..
1 NAflOA I'1I:1I"0LP': and B .. c .n.r 'MI.b ...I.r. Pull III lot I. II.ID '1.. Oaks'isod Comptometers 'p Pro. ,..1011. 117 A.romowllii, Wanted 330 Watar. turaluiH.
'rDr'Sdaatn ..... 112I Honk or 55o0 limO ror tarlttnr is.lomanllsa. .
0 IiIoTTr R. DIIWOU': : Write Box M.271 S ,Lailand4' bait bura .
I II.DOD1"1 null 555-4545 .1.11/ BookkeepingStart UW4I TV at Hit Da flOES room lak

NOTICE OF StIlt IN a: LEO ........ end 00.. I Licensed Lakeland Lelger Monday Ausurotdal. Raid. Onoa AI.'I Modal.WANTED CLAAP MU "... .to Irnot anarunant. Bath aarat.

IIIOIITGA' "Oll'CLOIVIII .O s EauoOasbic. U2 ANTED CURB,1Clluit..aa II Real Estate Salesmen any 00 MU 11171 Cal Adult. QUle 111 LaOS 1151.5.

C 0".11./) A. w."U'. mod,lor... Chalet 12 Dma-Ia, Itua SIlo Day or Night HIDE.A.BED lerae af PAT CAOH fem Olobup trIalS oroatSbdnr 11.'t .122

'O BElly R. OXWOLr roR SALE labIa Hlihwar. Sell Fabulous Iniuranca .... load .n.10* .I mmml. PI._ nail TWO BEDROOMS. ll'lni and
four Iota PauaUna 6
.. ,,,. apu -1- 0..11. IIU 3.1184.AjO kitchen,
.dr tutknoom Lakeland 011,0 Clean. cheerful Niceillhborhood
aBeRnAIIY. las dtetophuno.rtOot(4 I
aacua Lakalaad
Mamorml _ _
1' .. .
DONALD A. DE\\'OLP' 1..lter. Lao OSesPhogn I.r pour IN o 000500 Cloe t* anopplntid
MU 1-321. stInt Iiiii TOTAl POTIC0H 1..h. .o o
.' I "''.. BRTTT a 'IItWOLP"? 4514133. IIr Jackal,,. LUCAYAFreeport. .t .1110 000elon. Business Institute, Inc- SAVE '02 ni oldsr. CI 5055505WUd Uka. brood floor privateilrenoe
a f >"ne Oukn.n'a __ aed CLAlffiEB. TuMdai, 004mm. no. 00000nmsndnett.ek.Oat. sill Oowas'l porcb Only
a ..,-. ,..ru.o 01010101 .il' I..,. lutrwtior. MrClain. .a..... A. Aoaor. 413 On Lake Wire Lakeland 25 to 50% .Mklf ...Iudl... .11
w.lr. a
_II br tStruoO ee. sguout .'.. ....,.. DId t Fabric*. I LADIES l.u'h. 1..11b" ... Phnas Phone ANTaD, OLD ionS. 05t. .. ... 43''.

and. nil _t..... unrtle. be> 30 M Roam Florida ASS-tOtS. Grand BahamaWe -8.1. 6.98 on Colt 01.110.liars's for ,noah Pocpk ... COTTAOB. Dma kadraoaieraanrd .

0 iOlfl.k* to tow asp MarM i iwr don't let your budget fence BADCOCK'SReBult .83.11. child aectpt* ,
interval to ih* acoprnrinrflrr 7 Trana4>rta1iaLADT WILl, PAY tool for ..r ..r.I.'u. 3401 Bouth Ir.b. A. .
.. : i you In. Have the extra need S and S. CIVIL SERVICE Room nua Foals
a : OarrBM. ... tore* top men I'I'U. Living 1' .t old.'. 1.0. -ooai "

I ,"wd lkt a Caaplalm to for QI 43IQ 8OIIIU'l.AC'' Lot no to money you winE through women for Polk Highlands TRANSFEROUTOFTOWN TESTS!IM.o w. PA, 512 UD tot lank .. TTAOB, ILECTRIO *

'nr a ttruun Mona.* am 'I 11M .."..... .51103W. 55, 511,5u"0 work with AVON. Women. ProS itoh sp kll.O.
I .. 110I. part time and Hardee Counties Commission Biart him S J sod I PIM4 T..d too, kua. ... Soloed .
bod r.
: prt.riy. I. 1 110100 a week, Frepintoryalnlai living room autuaPricad M..I. In.. ..2-1' W.lor ..vld.d. 7U ". Ban.oack .

t_... IT .4 rumrntw I 1 RmNC) awthraat. ...... Write P.O. Box 1395or $321 per week and FUNDSTO until appointed. Thou. .Law a* "IUII.

fdi, .Ootv H.\ab' ..I..ala Baflal*. Pew ,.,a. April up. 00045 of lob open. tiperUr.eeluelly CASH FOR I THRU and I
and YOUR
AutMrrndeJe. .. $8903 room
P1gw4 up. CHERPUL
wu Tab lady. ...... ..W.OaSa.atar annecnaary FREE Inlortlon -
.**, *. *.t'O *r Mop nr fuitltafw Leads FurnishedCall .. on lobe, CA I .... Near L. RoHloi
W For ipKtacular ..
CaD 682-4137 .I.r. ..Ir ..
.101 oil
f mrorttte to Uw Offlrat FIRST FEDERAL mmnia. W'11 4l> ... name, In Slot ., .. Pndanii Chnnlil' Adult II 7 .1
n. <. *. ., ta it** tenPMk Count). BUILDING TRADES let. Sun M.134. Lakaland Ladier VISIT BADCOCK'S LOVELY TWO _roo. 'u.I"b

i;"win*, <. Plat ok r. n.. for appointment Monday 4 current rate Used Furniture CAR PAYMENTSTOO 010k *r .0050. 040 .. .,,..
% per annum
Tuesday only 13,100 loroIulsd Ionnopul
'.d1Odhtf -'lrD1Iy bat IlI C 1el1Iia.. Curpsshrlag LIVESTOCK Department .oiSInr, loomS. 1121 WOSI Ct.no .
'.,. .. Itlion.... nba 54.howto 1:00: A.M. TO 12;00 NOON Dividends paid quarterly In Mulberry HIGH? 421 Carnallla. 441-4774

Roan itt eqodptnoat 1 I sI OOPUKL winDows alamiaaaa
Mule Wal Rnat.... mSa10L Slaanaia.0 Mark Wantia1 FSLIC Insure safety 'I Th. aaolmi >.g meSs will mora Pradanli ChimlM TWO BKDROOM apartnlnt. Bit.
nUtWdl C W 1' 00 san I-c Pee.acool __ IIorll'cndIocd 5 t Oagi Cats Pat 0,50 par laO .. tin* aad trip win PIP aft'our ir I.rnl.ho. reawnaait, Apir
.u medal
has baa's rud aunuanei pop and lC ont.Owaaa-c:..: ice... I 0.10050. 101155 10S01354. II.. 2 convenient offices t..I"rr. kaaM ID altuodo..dP.O .. 121 .u Florida .IllS
woo ou atfardaa .
.. .. > <
I t f roguto t<. awrr n "P0 03W &IV I-un a.Ow. _I 1- TRACTOR WORR ....... Mawn 8.101 ROLL 1"0' T.
e 'd w Ati wr w rtnnln l.. 1M m. 111I" P 0.00 00000555 puowoyloalan. and dlactal Haw agulpmantlOulca Funds transferred from any Ted Van .1. ; Mr ".1 wo .
.. .lberry 515$..,. .. MU W.S.BADCOCKCORPMain ...1.. .. ... ..r. "
'-... ** n* PttvkMtfra a tai ....II ItJWWTLL EWCE nsA Sflcl I .. se-ot Vol.0 0055 aorttca Call for Ira "- of our States withoutcheege 3-0503 .,
"* WATWPK and J4.HEKiv : p wont Ptai'a P100 0.53.mae. .ata Find I Powara MO 4-oajl. 5 atari PENDARVSCHEVROLE: irar..boa. DlnMaad. 44J-444.
and Wannuaa4Mulbarrr IIJ C.nn.
r T 0 Bhnr 0*. Lk..tondJ IIV a-Oslo .8 A PD. .bo. Pra-
, .... ri.ad, un EalkIsla Prod Shop. Mulbarrp clots Hour
** nir n tl n off n* erf 17
too't. 4.r UM> Curult Court onr Ejriaraildralag BUSINESS SERVICE 053-4144.. Ion.., '.'-12..KC 0 a.. to 0 pm..nln Soil. ,. Prl. .11 CENTRALLY LOCATED

kwlar She. Sim dar "f April n FIRST FEDERAL CHIHUAHUA ....1.. Ala; Optn All Do WrdnaidafOtar ,
.5.1 H4. If fall lad .
$ ao
eld Dachakucd Twa .
a l>ecr Pro Ounf_ will ho TERMITES hue .t.d ., .u..I.. D.Clhu. 10 aiaor FloridaLakoland at* ilaraa aartlni 120 Farm Implements .. ana.downataln lpatlMmil00500000its llca. ,
Lak.. aemlnml wwn far the ywltrfw ... aril .
SAVINGSAND 'Ir. .1.7el. Awoclat* Bur Con".lfnt t* IUP,.
< "*n*>d tn tk* Comiilalnhw DIRECTORY AooBadcotk CIJO ..Itl..r ....I.ho. .
"' ZA0TIO PUPPII Pun II N* Florida TRCR. "u'o I.n. aw. Biratnadrck
., KaUnn aknl a* put I *hMaw. ARE SWARMINGCALL Dackokutdo. 530. Wnndrlul I"" Will Treat You RlihtUAYTAO ..... 1.3 0.1 laraaa apaoaHARRY .
**f*> weal for four *' .. 1105.3.
eon* u
,... .. 0 ha loom.. I ,....1.. WRINOIR trpo waaharOood
i rk LOAN .
Hi skat lyakanxntl Ld(- us- FOI YOU TO USE AS A QUICK UFEIENCf ASSN. AIdS .
aandltlon, '3a. MOIOJ4 HEN
"I' ; ; YOU NEED IT! P11000001 AND Chltuakos .. i 121 MobIle Mimes
.t Bar pup
B OO BIABO .. BEnt I... 133 Bauth
Mam ._ _
Dowalowl Oranie tt Tynneae T. .
II FlorIda. tIu. pim I emIl Wouk
IllS day ., 1.510 pOor .. peooal to -- IIJ IY.IOIR.TOR. I foot .
JUHtX, AD IBM r af raarnaa .... ant*. Prlca:! A"IIa.I ... Painting Oro* Park, Cream Lake DrlVeit pool NU 1-2.a Aul".I" ..... 00000.au SI' S T000IP'dIIIID 10' Banal, salted, moot lot 04023155DUPLEX

/./ l> H- HljOAVR.. s an 4 roanu IUM I name .....$.. Alto COLRBR.O _hlt OlIvia.to .: too N 44JMCOMPLETE II P.O Slr000. 00040.'.

Clark, Caiult Cowl SUM. 1 nam ..".... I I POP PBOMFT repair aa rafmeratoe .!BPRIriO BPtClAL.. Will paint' LAKELAND. FLORIDA ,. dl. tO Anlooa.MU rark 010.3300tRAiLsa 101
co 1>>.... *,. nut'.. .._I..** .od block. trim Oao coat paint included J.ln. 3 rooms good .. boon.sop. FOR

NOVICE TO COtOtY000 CALL appliance call Thrifty City .. two ..*r three_aadroonhoua ...... CHIHOAIUA AKC raloberod furniture $199II .. .. .1. RE
terete Oonanmeat. ---la*. for Ala Payment .lr. .r. 0..11" t: 405 East
IX TMt COUNTY UU .r'b.nt ..
VOGI'* .. _..n.. "J8. I 111 SO I .ur. Io n.l.oI
I. only "
COURT IM AND POP POUt I Martgagtt A.. mont .tineS. "
P0.01.5.4 .. _
1 tnfusb.hod. Old.crowd.
COUNTY FLOHIOA Whisk Chemical Co. A... 1..11'1 Sa"le.O.NlIJIAto ,"A'IITIRO. .aHIIIO. floor ItO'lmklaS 6 10 ROIIISTIRID Ct'd'ashos T.... .I.h.... MH 1. N.. kllohos 01.105.000.

B BE KTATF OP lsOtlmIOe. ....rlo. ..005.Pta. .' DDT. IIUID. ..II. ..... PIlL I... oeltrad. I ,.., ... H....., PLKTRDING 5.aollful I. floara, Two
w. C. sCarify MU 6-1356 TIRB Berne. Front 051100143, POSuseabIO Print'. end ... Finns Martial 110,005. Oaaaolsbb.' P..... IIV .: MART 1.1.. balk. Du .
)MoHtoad end aI........ truck and Oar lAS-lISa. 553.3015. t, Tuc.aA i C. *f Florid*. SONS "..lobs. CRAC SL I .0cm. 171 partlp furnlihad arDUPLIX
tu A't Co.duigwa and ,._ Hn.r. oama ...'....10. Mew sod tu1" ,aa A .. MU 1-3137; .I MU 320 Prlon Ta I no .Dlur..hod., C.U T. 5
Cut Too
.* ('iSina 01 Vemtaoda A.aI..t lire*. retinal MU 11171. I Picture Framii11C LOCAL SEASONED let mort- 92 Wamtsd, LIviuteck. Pst. la I toluaia .., ..aUtDEE'S jr., 11..1.. IIU ""U.
Iud I"atc n Paul, POSIt. Freel Ion OMnat ...... 13000 M 45 000 Fay InermaUoa OOOD USED ..'rl..r. 11 us.blo .
To. and] ..." of YOU. Ira here lawfiRjROOP1MO .trek* Center 1711 phone 1131111VA ,I ,.... with 10 Ib om. CLEAN ottrMtln thraoraoaw.
b, .iMrfUii u Hit In "pli''I. an Aveaua lor that I" T U R B FRAMES Beautiful ."IT' A 05w dour .15010 001lbs. PanIsoOt075.. MU I-14.U. 5.1*. HO nuaUllr. Watarprottctlon .
.tioaanddc.nsedo.brhyna DEPEtlDABL ..rkunlp uan aafety 10._" I mamas aid _ul.,... Cotton and I TAi,. colas W\.o... es.k lIre bobS aollATTRACTlVI .
ra.. a aln.t tha _.,. of W C c. loan permeate. Mainoa family car with 1I..lIIl'Ior"1 rootS made. Oalnet Art Shop. lead mottO... ro.. 1 0-1032. MOBILE I HOMES Oils 1..lh. C .

Murphr draw4. In th* ..,n,. oft 0.. Luaiber ea....,. 000Mala I unl* ...,_..t. ''401 Otleana .tr.... MU JoJlOt: I.0 00001 onnoplad 0.cprflp 1f r"l 1 04 Cot OH Feel Ml M Wabaik HO I.M ,"..I.bl. .. __
..... ...
W Sa,350 papObln 550monittIot
/ inrd A. Broneon. Count? J...... MO 41141U. can ..o.OU, to 55.5 I MERCHANDISEs TWO kMlrOMl sIr

at hla .offI. hi th* (""urt lloua at A TTPEB rotuleatial. ar ontoarrial toaoU.* ....".. .Plum-- -llI.. Suaallas- 55. I.... 300 dli0055 .O..ANB _"... 5.00isa. aondlllonad ....... with kautlaw .
Billow Klondi 1 within Hi ..1. 1)001105 1041.5. W. Hun "HOr 0 T. la.UI' OAI. Idol of OlkMa
n n roads raxlred *r rep *eed lot .. m._ 441nonlhlr
4-i onlh from Mirth n. l 44wl 1I.c.to'e floor.a* and Sheet Metal., ....... ItI 0105010 De-II Toors.lfh'lumhla. 110110401 LOANS. A oompio0.sarniro. llcyclai a MitereyclM !,...1 .. Irl.I.I'll Inpotlal ONE ONLY III-1711.
r '.atlofl n fthtaitn tine. Pooh Ails Stet Ceiurtart I Pr.. information and ...11..... lani .r... .. 01510,0,110 TIM..1. AND '." ..,.. Abumudlls 0. '.. 111 NEW 50'xlO' Olin "RO. Alw appoinalufflaboard room

talm' or demand moat ha In writ 2C Flasttr Since i,ol rental pip eul aId threaded aba. Conatrurtlon loana Aaslcatctotoaon.oo'ntInCrO00nnIat. Blectrt ttartta 1 oourta.. 701. .
I .amuni elate the plane if ml LillO" AUTO 5.55 000015. 84 bourn eerrlea 4441414OI4MJ4 odala. iporta SOUl lraetock 10S 2 bedroom 4I4-H30 O.
claimant, muiit b* awnrn tn D PLABTERINO PATCHINO M* ( Mala. Pboa MU ..,.,.. purchaMd LaktlandMorlaata wool Meiwr al. 413.MM 0. THRtl PURNUHID rooait. oil
boa moat ito filed aa at.d, etlllaae AlUraluae end adlmenoFT Corp. lou Boullt Tan- .''B PAT eeih. dlamonde, toll $3790 I .raclrle kltchia Prnato aalranaaloia .
P eo"....., _.... I USED OICYCLIS. all siam, Sot ..,.. : In.
tit 'tIne .antc wilt hue,.. ynl. Ml Tka. Castrate n.lasO 113-1173 Sod .Irl .. olni ,old Haunuia alleerleMa 112 Eaat Sop Btnat_ _..__
S MU 1-4431 Fler-
fat Iro. P'trtrin OtIrpby I.ltord old ... .rol.. 10 Jewelry 10.. cLoud W aoada .
FOR your pnntun Id.
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NatIon Pi5O'ItOt'OWlttlam II. Morphp ICENHED COKCRBTB :::::1:1: call MO .-.... Commercial PreoeIn HORTICULTURE Oils i,05dtltle. '. R&B MOBILE HOMES mania.. 440-449. .. ... HIM
Clack .
Krall a
tor Drttewevi ftoort. Letterhead lltborphlni Snap loot .. Florida Arenue .kr. 3.AlII
II. Carverfor 00051. otroau, turbe pulaa. and: .......In. .1 10' MacklMry & Taall U3S W. Memorial Blvd. CONDITIONED MlltlaaerPrlvato .
Aitno'Ore K.uia llrIdaslS. a. ......*. 44dlDrai .,t. Familiar, Void, Articles far pall Rose HutehaioOolf .
SELL 7 S.I Lakeland FloridaCdMPI0c
P. O. Baa. Florida 10111.abaiand ;.. j Radiator Strvtct aROUND PEAT murk SOdsoil 9 S.ItMls. Lathe-.1962 Model C.un. 4101 Nertn Rarlda

I! at .ftwf I ICU8TOM AN' TTn ,udlSlam ..",... ....Loraud 3100..Mala _.Ti. rnda's."loom. I sir co.dl llama IS s II' with I jaw GALORE. P.. I.ATCOACTIVI. 00....,.TROll'.... .J'moos guM 000rtmolt. 5000.
NOTICI TO .t.sotno. 1.0.0105. 0154104150POdr'm Pl O Naal. MU 3-4131 sIr 1' hucke.. Moaatad elerlrle motorCoollai 0(01,5100 pickup .
TRACTOR DIALERS 0100 ....... IldIaOw ....1... MU CLIAN FHOSPBATI land far od I.n. a"2I. ayetem. Thread dial 'ul ...and $1 v._ POUR ROOMB. .rl.... fnal aa.
Nolle la hereby ,tYon that aro 504 ..11.....".., ,.. 0-mill $13.I AUTO OLA5 01,1 tonI"I 0.nsd.nlaor .III. bark ahowar bath Watr pealed hldil will be rrrlvM hT It' Those ... or *ura. Free .110I..1-11 1. A'mind and dips I. .... ..."... For free eatlmete. PRICED TO SELL. eaaoerrabl **tre Ll for 17 000 .. SIms. ., auiat

H ard nf rountf CnmmlMlonen ,,' .our home. ..., terme "RADIATOR BLOCKB cleared 0.1. .3011 "ill el" Watt. au NInth Mba our price only u .. Chin ..'.h.rh.no MU Praftr sos
Pi Ik County. Florida, Tampa Huhway. 554.0055.P05(51 I on nhlel. CycM-FI .method Ro COW ntRTILIZIR .aal. 110 IIIU 1-I.. c.. .ba eeen at tekeland P.r- rolet pickup 50dm 11 traeeltrailer ..... 50.. .11. ". 5051.54d0.am44.a .
o' lock A )1. TuoKlay.up April to I l I fI pair all type oniier. uoa I 0 load. Call Jaia.a ",.... MU t. Truck Town M.to Loaded with eitrae 500 look P...
1H4 to bo opan... Irnmorllatel" SealS Florida M3-4M7. .0111 Cell MU I.10. 13 MO .W prtt* only .-. t.

th..*.".r and pnbll 'ly read fnr ) W. nAVY fill dirt .laiLakolaod rul.oploar Zlg Zag Automatic 54. IM4 Ylo.._.. trailernmplet I HAL* DUPLIX: Claaa air na
furnUhln to Polk tounly enact Unneeded MUTUAL PONd eo.". .,. In* TTla7alriNTRODUC1NO chIlI. Ill.. 00050lista ,oot ,07 Plmnblng S.ppllaiMontgomery 8. Bread new _. olanImlo kiloS.. 5000.0tot.

rnor die.*! trni-tnr, Trod.-tn at. Loweet .r...... n. tool 001.515.saatSa5Oad cl IIU 1'10ROUID utomatl 11515 U. aaly II 441 AdutOt Ivosleos ,
AN .5,10,1,01.P000501 tewlni maonlna *** M .
Inwancn ,. W 't unaer i 144 c. camper .. tlau .14 lasool..
b* wads for on. KordMod.I woa a* I Ward I.
radio aid TV 1,0.1105 PEAT 53 Ibl raod .t oil Like new. Balinc |3I ar .* 4100 lowOrpey
I'lnoei Tractor old I Lalelaod Induatrt MU !'I lo
Kol.) Portal Lakeland called Florldalaln.. For P.50 till GROUND .. fur
GET WATER camper New. lleta '
No 142IM Otto Pro csltnutm. iO aunta FoUl .. PR .pll..1
iKor etlmplcts' mini. complete .t.11' brlni you) art Hllli Bird. 414-4144 0 pay I QA HO price only Dick 0 aMiad On.
loam .p..lno.llnn. ace Bid Porn I I 'n or Call Howard Radio and laid. MU 14137r WAR I IOU Main k.dt.c0 ... kltonaii. prlvaiaranra
and Kpeolflrallon' Rheet F.raltraIncama T'. 411 Lo..t.II.. MU 2IntolSaOl Have Water Street PIns. MU *I.10, Ott .... loatkildaed .
For further Information mm Items .a oor'l .1,10. 501,1,11. Ho W "J3.1.I .
m',mlrat* with f M. Lawn. Purcl 1I.1D. Inn luralluro Y 11114Hr "AC.II.kl" 10'- .. 0000.04111i.
..inlnp. Aa-ent Barlow. Klnrlda llaiAgw'S Pu..I1... P1010 51CIII. O0AI.LOW WI.u.... n.., 0 Ne .2 .Doles I OMAIJ. 000 k.dmuom ,
Rawtavlag '31. Tw. .10. .a. =:
Tha Board fORTH 11".Iu ..i. Ta.- 0505. aemIsolsal., sir
raeervea the naIl trel .. 117 N. floor completely
t any or all I bid. All DMa t.. ,
be Tax volt UPlIIT nweielnnat .. 00550u155. CWI'IIIALIIII PO81B .,osSir Kentck Ideal for w'dow. uncle kuilaeeti
ccnildered neat b* .b.lted, aliaretu bun... MU ROUI TIIALIR and naksao 'or ssnIOIdoe.
In rodooad. I and 1 anapHUlyelded. lV eauptt Oraer
duplicate on bid f.rim to h.. With 000, .all Helium ,......... aery- 41. erowarm with I 2-10 IU .3... .... 0 Sod lire in apartment and
nl.h.4 b ... .dJI.ln
a .
ahoold' b. ..,?.vn'tJeS,1.1narkod INCOME TAXIS lie. ..- teAks, MM and HIM pair 01 Flam i Mwlcl Imt would f..1 .traatporuiwafar
[ BEST[ R0011TRAILESI In. .....
OI IIKaaflag ome dellnry Me Phn 4401 l0'nOA aeeary All
attn np." on lbs n..' and up Manufacturln 0000llI'-Clsul. a luralihed. Reaeonablt ..
D'* mi Iiiens'I l Tra 'tor I an .p- - W.Uo HEART Park HumradalaINTURA Tr.l.irmaaeot teaant Phon MI

o'o'Io'b OH.r*>AM 4 In, April op... 7,Mtoii.164'' on H & R Block Co. ALI. TYPES I no-ltoa.snadm.m N.W. M.BOX**aarlnie..10...t.maltreea.UI NEW J. II. TV 14' i 05- 4-173 1131 Tanilewood

North 10. IHI. r..I..... lepalra luarRoollnl ..1004. aC or .. tube. .. LOwE uaaa 14 Ian B-I bIll Ira.., 0330405 ij'jjtnOlO5.
A w. ..,. ( AM to I 00.500 cOOPS.,. son$035 .I. APIITI.
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II .. ...
aimed) WILutPfl McCL'TCIIRON BUYS .11. 401 0. Trallw CIU C. ,
sat Park leeslad. .
Chulrrm. IOU PLAY malady Inaulro affhw.wnwr .
a aae-aoto 1.1 11 .
(ll.nd) I) H BUOAN. JR 106 West Will nut St. PNII'' I ELECTROLUX .., in your rtahl head u.ioilcallr I.SITTINI. 0-k.dt.oe.. 055 0l 011500.

Cleik Phone 686-19U VACUUM CLEANER .. pool .. .1. 33113' ...... alpd .31 MONTHLY on ,.o roost .
SEAL bMomea B 'ul skmd-l5'O Ban Mo ". Park. CV >la. badra. aawalanl
111 .' POOLB cI.ua.a D. repairedpalatad 'ua Irani Sure first aotal I J44J4HON71RAT. rocorr.. acbaM 014 1434 .
RAINED INCOMI tt> eniltant ehnaMaliequipment .uoolte.. IW RepoeeaaMd. couplet wltk alt at.UcaaMU. SKI HEAR PLAT .
Btraal Phono UU
NOTICI TO CRtOITOPlS LEDGER 1130: 400. IM 4U WDB. 701 ElMU .. 015,5 Bald Sill 10. i.... KB MAN _.t ..1 aow 10'ISO' with 14 ill S-4471
IN THE COUNTY' 00 Pal oncapl lundayi. Bar lo cabana
JUDOS I *..... OS .1. Canwr lot 1. Oordoai FPICKNCT A"AiTN'
COURT IN AND. POP! I tkit M.b.. lion KlthlM; Plat ...1...* .... 137 u er M 0* ,Park 104 Lovaftllow Bl CoaMtr bob Ior.U. c.
PCkK COUNTY' FLORIDA Road n.-4181 POa L. P. w. piola, eall Clara0o,105.tt'ClOauOnI. per MU "..U1.AllCION CANNON MUSIC COB tr.... modern kod ....... ... A
IX Ff, FUTATK: t>r- IM.I ITilavlilant ..to. ..1. B Plarlda Ay n-4IU r tak.laad .._ .n" U'ltl. .1. .
WILLIAM VICTOR HITCHIB I Lamp lipaln.AMPS [ESTATE[ Open Prlday Ire*hue .

To All Credllora and P.n.De..d titan. REPLACEMENT ....... RU SL 1'l'A o 550 sad, Or..d.124 Tracks, T,11

ing said Claims:atcta'or Dam.... Aitatuta WANT LosS part. lIeS sot Sown repair Orlaana ImperialatudlM A_ rom make TELEVIBION, faat rellaMe rapalra eerelee an sail all Every Strday. 7:3 p.mBAXLVS ..:.ralOw....let ....1'.boa 04 POND.111I Ita05 Oat. Sod, II fiiuocnCUUVIfB

Too. and ouch n' you. Ira to...- n... aro l4eJl.L..I..ow.r. rnrlfty City MU 54155.UpIu.lterlog ThelOGR I BED 'SAl.DWIN.P.Otd Dross COl 5.2000.CLASSIFIED ADS

kr notified to Ills In dolIlleoll RiBolnLAWNMOWKR AUCTION GALLERIE I 01500. beautiful Walnut flnlabUnaell .
all Jaime I I and demands *hl,'h
you TMmorlp Th* AnetloB HnitrW Ine. KM Monde
hava ainlnit th* emme of William A_iu*. 023101AC0.r1CI .U
VI 'tor RlliM., ...IRlNO. BewWol Blip of Ben for ,
dK.aMd In Ihof ..... [ .
flea .. ... ..uam U"H0L8T1I1INO [ 4M1 Hwy W. NOW 130 farnUfcW Na
of Richard A. Bronann AD so. ... luy and I 1.c.u MiMiaw

.('..nt, Judge. at Ha offloa In the soIl .onuma. "....,. SMI UnlarUU 10a.a.lp.oamaodtrsaau.laosugublO.. Poto ........... pieS opaud Ftioie MU IIU [

Court Heats at Horton. Flotilla. 4-1J40 __ daiRotO. ..h..eo.. 500 TV B from Oil a* Ouar- so SWEOOM _. .
within all rnhndKr. month (ron, Holllaaawortli Scod.Yuietiae D.I tlaanca. Warktaa 110 RMtMrmt Equlppjial SlIp. 5. POas 0.domoooos A\

Jl.rch IS. WM whl,'h la tl,a dat. ..... Saloa, ... aomsoosl Isalhosos, .n
.11k. tint publlmllon of this no Sea the "Business Oppotunltlea" Riled.WTI1AL4AND [ .oH MU A..at MACHIHB. Pmidetr AlaS '....
W'7. .
tic. f:artclaim or demand nl".1 1-n, drink dlapoaaera. *t.,..
h* III. writing. mual slots the pi*.'. DIALMU61151 ads In today'1paper korisontiols.aaslsoturnd. ClS I... aleol draft .. baa awn tad* you right t the per- \TWO "ro.V *****. U 1.
of .*.Id.n.. and Stoat office ad. for the best buya. OleotrIl. ailuand.eaOlSilAOd ,.uceu Fhu Petenkwi
d.aaa of tha claimant. niuat br Aloa oalemsbtbn AUCTIONFriday 100.5575 ..11. aol who found your loot abcs 0". .. all

'worn to and mum be fund ai 5105 511,45.. AIr.Io\I.. IIU "1717I' Only tchan J-3M4 -
H-aaald, or *1>* aain. will beoontvoid. ADS ID. Dial MU H151 BOW T 0 0 500000115.

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 7:30 P. 12MU Wasted Miacelhsse.wa a frleadl* 1,05101,04 41. 055 '-11.,
lO .I..r
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% w. buy t* pus adtke t Oar woolS. D.. a,.
CAD moo oouaed Scm.MU
ItoemurtoTOW I' BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION belp you writ ad. a C. Lila. D. E.alor..
J WATSON Daily JIMMY WALKER'S :". your ... Idols, IIV HI33Tln. 11

AUorney fur 1:1*"utrll DIALMU 151-Ask For Classified AUCTION CENTER 000.50 UUD f...,,lId 00kmhna.oSold .
lakeland, Florida ._.. T ". RO. .';
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RENTALS '';* RENTALSTilKoomi LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday, March 35. >M4 13:1:

I 130 Fvretihri HOMIM For lint I ONtytCCAPE FORtMK

NICF.L rua"l8II11D .ttuR. 1010. 000.0. 5000n. ooop Ioat. STORE
Adults oily. ftl losS ......u.Ir..t OlsiMSon pPOtOnrnd nn .u aM I I
IIU 0.1015.LAXldflIOM ...... '"'" -. MO ..13... LQISP A'MOOTSUIW TTSS
? BJOOBM Ohlldrttorioptod BOOtn POK nob (rono Si F 1 ?
Coll l Otto, I ..... woob- ....... hot IM MM wbtoT m to 009 .AWulP 0050
d.... tMUMFOUR otoh room. dill, moid _
I.iT"ie3: ChlIdros It 17 *or wook ..... OwTkion.uor .
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..I.... On .bin liD'. 110 _D. -18...
...Sl. Ml MtTtk .Untnrtr dSCUo
IJI' Idaho
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ROOM, book cnrport
BUM loclUon. Adult roupllPOII I'01IIIIII\Qf) ROo", "111I ..Ib ,
Ml Lontfollaw ua 1813 .a ftrtL (loop. llrhon 00v1Mui... 1
:- : "I ml 1oIa. IV 3-20u0. .
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TWO BKDHOOM fomunod boiutlor
toot nl 3114 Bovtb tIne 1
Omni' Phone MU 1tMJFURNUHBO Room With loard B

TWO kodroom hoiuon 1
Mlnoolt DPI... oU CombotrimES IIOAIID 'NITII luOthol 10 ... AUTO
1114 Call ItO 2-2MI. 'T.lo,10lno .....a..... 'III
lou Onk .te.....
DELUXE furauhM thnoImlroom

RAIn lUMlM-tlBi..'. ouolltj BoutholdoHUdiriK Clirk I 131 UnfarnltiofJ Aparts. RENTALS i* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE i if REAL I'Ai1 REAL ESTATE I SALES


TWO BtDROOMB room. ,*..olooplM.. AlMto porchFlorldn Mir.,' AVAILABLE APRR |, *!r oondlUonrl .1 140 WoB.id To Hint Mitt.IBED 147 Income Property 151 Hooiot for Solo 153 louis For Solo 1 15J Hoem for Solo

I. d.I... duploi I
1931 000 Tooth Htihwir nwitment." .1
two bodrooau. nun Urn lit.In. ATTRACTIVB Domo, furnUhod -TWO DOPLEZEI now tpnrtnonUI FOR BALE to colored' I btdraomm OIl 0.0000 5t'4 ..tlo b..... EXCBFTIONAt THREI kodroomwt .
.Flv.a iOii "... tttroo roomoiiwt room norldn room wportlo. M uifurnltboo1 too wofoootonrJ kllehono '"",lib". Air kotti. Jojouilo porch. Carport .11100 $... Also ton _'Dto. IsIS CB komt kr ownorullt I
oloetrlo kltohono. Trollop; No 'ord _.. 000. Ill 11'_. ndulto. POp too ronhOMO oondltlonod. ....IItDI rotura on nod IOTMO 100' r_.*.. ll'" 0000 OolOtI.o, 501,10' Itheol 0004ooodltioO. in prr.Mi>... rnnn ondBMoUnt
,pnrp. 1W1 luthloon ,..... MOlD 888-8U'I8, Cilia Rotltr. ltl-40il.: Inrootaont. Phono tllomRETXMBNT 000. Oil MO 12111r C.II 'U' 04000..PAclOUo 0k.. loolUon ota

C-OBi. Ll"COI.II 000 .T ._.. : ePKCUU .- No. NIW TWO bedroom hool.. "" .., 01.00:0 bo.... ....ut nrdlnnl '1_. MQ 1-1_. ,
:ii. midi! ronmi ODd .kottiVorr 'Io.ktit.d" 0104 'M .000004 141 Mobil Homo lots Cs optoll EuUldoi portion to Immodiito ....._,. Hoc Out oornor troundt top BnUiildorot.
clron. 111 ... wook or MO Monn luioola ud w..t 1PM nn wniohodi nonr ....... boos no ... ft. Utint MM luliwn ...... Bnifiln prlot 111.MO, ClukRo $50 PER MONTH i iI
pop wonUi. Cornr IMo Aotnuo Ma63M.. TOO'LL PlOY SpIns OB row oIl, ....... .I3.i 8.. wnlnt wlndow% hill UM haUl itr, ItttfUWNER .
nod Itoio. Ph .. MU I-MM. I ... ...... '
CIoIAN1NFVRNI own lot lit ttkowood Traitor 5Ilolls. 111&' FttONTAO. two 11om... In 1157000 n. .od 001010.PoIn.4 BALI 1M 1011155.Obruot. Mo I bodftonj fromo horn**
HKD dupln torso ....., ...Ml .tnoi 11. at 't8000. 16.88 5 '
ROOM fnnlihid cotton Throobodroomo .
30001 flnt offor sold immotflntolrHo
IDdu"rlat 11.4,004 lImo that mutt ko
,.rd. C.131 05, Olin aohior. UO _III. MU 0titohon. ,'sod III .01111... ""trio.... Two osoISS Sos molts .11. 5 low d.... .......t. _.. .
tnirod -,11411.Z5D0l10. \.rob,,. ....IIGr. no "Drib ......., two tilt b thi. norroom. ... "'1... nt olwini .0'tt. '
don Btnot MV "1"1. ''bloolo 0.0 of Lak. Park" .n ua-t3U COD .be ...a daily at Son A..... Ida I.4tl to. ft llrlnt iron .., Minimum' down pnrmont
TIIIUK 00000 oloo4rl. 'JuniM. ltro \t. Follow 01000. _. F., .r..II.D sill loop, 0001'dl. Id..1 '.....Ioa. nonr Onto Pork ODd PM PJOIO ... Por Informollon.Hon. Home of Quality Cars
toO MitN .ro.nd 1100' Uwud. H.I_... Jr. RMltorud DUPLEX CB too .... 'I. ...b C1' .UII Sr Dan WI..... Coil MO 14574.MEI3ULIOA _., Ihnutb PrMnr I
131 For Rent Mlicelloneout parlu bOPO nior."', .....14.... Do..I.",. UT) i-1134. 1.1... rood ... ... will onrrrmorUtMO CY 3.14:13.: "
Ownoi .88-1809. AREA! 11 bodroom I
Adam 0014013.LAKPI.AP001 1001MU
I 2-6118
FOR BBNT or loooo. Br ownor i down monthlr *,..... IM4t twO both bomoo til oonnnlonoot.lood
lulldlnt 40 I SU. two kodroom1M1M I NBWI8T UnMtnd REAL ESTATE HI Watorfroiit Property 1037 Br..d Bird. 050.1000.ltiWi71I7rnoolIdy. wnior, I.... kilo, will oon. '
Innt two 4
bM boon "*.* Imlroom tiwrt. .Idor trndo for noronto. DronoFUld 44 CORVAIR Musts Coup
"utrh.Id 149'ar.I IIJ' lot ii,... |1110, monto fur ad.l",. Cowlnl .boil 8.CIUI'IC. C I 0 A II saIls. ii : for Haul to Plpkut mOos loltmllo. MOVE IN AND : Strvlco $2295
I month. location 611 "' 08......., and ir-cooaiUonlo.. lullt In 144 Acreage, lots For Sale uo o. 3 ...d..... no.01 5(055hoooI. LB homo to Ediowood POet I'4 MO t-tota spud fronimliiUn."
pit 10 ten ,...... tttroo bedroom CBwno. .'.trlt mono.. clow In oollm11B 1'7180. C"h 5. ...... Poncod aol on.l> Hu H3-448I START LIVING policy .. .. ..
fnrnlohod OP tmrurnlihod > pop mopttt fnooo 6M63 LAND 1101'-1010 ..... 5050plonood Lai'S. 10.. trots 1818. 5. .rr oa HOUTHOATIt I A a OohooUHint $3,500Hen'l m thU bwntlftllr ftrnlohod Ibodmom
I ohIO Norm of L.k.l.nd, 118m 1 TWO BEDROOM dupln. (IB p100 loa" 180 500 ..... work 1Ia,.. Croom _AOonltm014,511515rn1bosoounuO. Pwnlohod throo .....- CB bom (lloomlnihudwood
month BouUiiido, 4i> Wool, m.D'h. Coo bedroom duploi (U 1340 SoPS tottlo r.non. (.'... sot .. P0.10 homo. fruit outdo. Onlr A Real tlooro mnkt iloonlni:
Mmor. two MUroomi oomploto.Ir ::1 loom. noatluldo. 1.os1t r, lUnl- e.....i (.a.... Connl sod loodlnc Os 301. APood. sodwotoni_ lit.OOP. Cloth BMltr tM-4031 Bargain ...1.. sod 11,1,. bottor. Uoouvdnonr 63 PONTIAC Bonnwlllt 4-Ooor
lurnUhod IU POT monUilorrlpo tor. M8-4J41 882-'ltM. sOotH. IM por ..!... to MmonHr Clean aa a pin, and cute aa 1.050 Pnrkor sod tht. boo.
BY .....UlII1 L L. Now $3995
OWNBH. on oArlun
lUtloa or oar lot. Inrioluildlni U600. lltoo down 20050,00. UU CENTRAL Atonuo. Pltoi I Pilot Boot of oIl It U BALI Hordtop. car
frontooo iii Diii'iiTW bodrooDl du>l>lMo el In AuburnaUo. two btdroomi. 000. homo. trlood for tulrk mloMoko a button, thIs completely
300' blthvar I M hMd mttlo. onlr .008. i I
will rOI' or 1._ lor IJOt por .r "".... Sod ..b.... (70 3.Ooo ,_ four mllto (roni Cr- two b.uu. MId MM, .al.II. offor. Clnrk ..aiL,. .... and attractively furnished PRICED M III.too. 110.11>>. wirronty ..... .... ... ....... .
mon*. Boo K. 0. Uu. Dm00AOt,0 month IM nwnor till Ooutb,..... Onrdino. O.0. bUhwnrfronttn .. nil olootrlo homo Control
Mid Dlckl R ". lOll, Olson. ont, 07M r*> .... Mo hoot end air oondlllonlnl Thnomra 00400di.5; cottage la Ideal for the KEN Il..11

hoot turn Aubiirndolo, mono, WO Ml 1tMitirncikNCT Mil. .', KLOXI BOUTIIBIDI .pi>rtn nt a. 0.' Lou or B. L. onrdnnDick C. UU old.. Ion Prtnd EMI tn M.m soIl. too POols B. down .....nl. fh.OWNIa... b.dl'oomsIIwo Lop mall family. Handy to! Hotltor Exrhonior 41 CORVETTE StlngRay. L......
nihU i RMltr loll 5,55 Mall.
000 bodrosm, livIns :: yhono MB' 44133MOICI M4-4I3: Anburndolo WO '.38a. full botni. lorn 7(00000'm,00m slIm bua church It'. a 1001 B. Florin. *_ with Only 4.000 $3795
APARTMENTS, .uu on, all Ill. bosh, '' ; 010001, B oar forport brick Ono i 0003101WINTER vorythlng.

III.. '...1........ 1100. .10 ..... ....... All rootno luto. KlMtrle : BuiLDwa oiw lu. 100 FT Ltl.iront it mit.. out .... old Phono MU I-4D3I or teal for the money! Clark ffllloi .. ............. ... .. .
Too koftroom ....Ir, homoDownotnlrt : kltchra Mk 111..,'.. ill Uno. (00'. 04F0.UI 'bID" 5500 CI... ul LUolud on Uko B tohlnobo IIU 18888.I" I ?
outtuldt nputmonl.Mimi :7>. Aftor 5 phoni MU I.cut load HoIb" 11,4. CoIl IfII 00031 Lnit Inl lor nil M 04000 HUb Realty. 833 North Maasahuietts. HOMEHow
0551 01005.DELUXE. MO 83811.OROva nd drr Con 10 b' .bMl to Ebb ILAUTIPUt .oilt.lo l'.m- 686-4031
'.Im.... m Mlornl noa a. O. L.lt nit Fork bohlnd LImo 5rOotOnboo .3 CORVAIR Spydor 4 ttpood.Whllo .
LAND .... SIlO' $510,005..
10 so throo bod- shoot' n oomfortnbln two
132 HoIsts, Apart Houtot : u.a.. BotntUul huh Innd LoU M Dtokk Roiltr. loll BnotMoln _.. t.o tllo bitlio. dlnlm! bodroom horn with riorUli nom I II. with black bucket 2195
WitS ooetlon koiond (ino ..ad, ... Phono MU 11131BooutKul room with built-in Chlnt oioooii NO DOWN PAYMENT I I.no ''''hI. sod inrnio-nil lorMISO ,
PARK A WtjB Hotel. oonttt oftoon I soIl nrtoo $350 per ..... TorOlBtOB .. I.... llolnl room lunkon Plorl.dn pnrmonK Ilko nut Wlivo leati. ONLY.. .. .
Lobs Walfto. For clow lit oilthildo aputmonl. Ono of Iho au$ d..a. SOS a. L. 0504011. .PPROXIMAT1tIoY: I "rot 50LII. room with fIrtplooo-.eponi h. tht kir to lto1140PHONE .
$' ,tit two bMlroon .pMtaontttntll.nl a. c. LoIn of Oop 1, LoIs II IotaL 420 fI L.-'roDL onto polio. Control sty oondl- so MALL I I
Ini Low monthly, wookir doilrrktoo .', twn nodrooni b_. 4cottnow ,.
01. Wool
ID loentlM Air 0,1401150.4. II' toil Eut MnlaPABTDRB tnd hootlm. All tUotrlekitohon.
for round and worklnton Dim kr 301 Iirt B.noon ....W. *000501 pimpS .kr .Ppotntmonl -, doubio ovoni tnd dunwoobor. 63 DODGE Mara 4-Door Hard
Food nli10hls. nod phono HUT 0 00 H. I* Woo*, FAKE AUruUto Uko. '' .1'. Contaot R. O loris pMitrr Two .., BRICK HOMES Larry Heath MU 2-8300, top Fully .qul"... Blue $2395
..d. MO' I- JJ4. Lo1L1.Oardororl1.bk. ponolod ..... piuo ntllltr roOmLsndsropod Galen Hauger MU M358
133 Mobil. HOIMI. .low toll.nd Urn onto?wood In. Oood" nuo..wllbowor .... ... Dick Rtnltr, Ion B. Mall. ...n.. Ir.... At 1111Jolfn $5636 OFFICE MU 2-6H7 with matching Inferior
01,0. MO 4-4133. BUoot CoIl MO t-MJI ofUor
.... HBO Und Componr. oUOOtt'hono ._
LOVILY POW ono bodPMul 430-oil dor lolurdnr sod
plot. tllo ktm, MOMniblo. I* ...., LAND 400 SOlOS. Twain BEDROOM ..0.... Built.to Inndnr Prlood rononobloWKLU ,., -- '
..... ad.I' bOoboo WMO Uo>ud I xllooMorth HAUGER REALTYHoiltor I 63 FORD Falrlant 500 -
81. 1410 Eo t 'iru ood toll oomo tlmbor. pomllonrod. -

Free Rent. ..-..a.. '(too por. Hou noon Ta.Plnnt... lob cur. down Only _boo.., Ownor.to. on MO 3d in 1-1_Croontt- homo, Itrtt BUILT Plorldl th...nom.bedroom 1Vboui null down ....., m Hf Oslo LMLA Hardtop. Whit. with rod $2095

500 B. L. Oordnor B. O. UU orRor oloon roodr to movo InImoll Mwr BotMt new ndtr tot 111 B, Ornuo at.1to / I aotomatlc
torlor V'
Free I .down ..'....10 Wool too of Bit Owl"I ..
Towing. 139 Unfurnlthol" HouinALBO B. Lola to DIe,'. BoollrMnln. ISO MI.e.II...... M the Olio
loll .... phono 4M413JDUilRABLB nhlldron tt loo "' -8100.

uD oonltnl AprIl 0In ...l1d.'. most -'In PARTLY tonlokod I sodS .REalDBNTIAL lot. la.HAL lltoo ACRB. 0(194 lot*lit Trails down. build-Nowinllnlohon BY OWNER., room, two fh...bithi. bodroomi"Florid fmoodi I IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION I I '63 FORD 4-Door Cuitom. load-
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......... looo> In, oohooU. Pbonottltit HOMES BY
...... .olollllt part Med Itudr Monitor 4ttllllB. bMM, toro lot M> I. owl ,.... wit plirbonM $1695
or .11. air. tow
orI.lt 1917 Cub M.morloJ '1'''. 404410T 3ell. ado down. UU np aonthlr Pronu I Imlwdtng

stroll M moblihomo rtnrk ttdtr ,130 ACR' (05013. 112. 'u... UI.oalb. lOot cborrr I..... ...- CO.. VA MANAGER low. .. . .......
nil sIll fnollitM wt .. on'. Mo, Rudp ....1..'. Ion I.e. oflornooni. INC.OWNER ... .. ..... ......
plui oo ill now roonnUon bulldlnt THKEI BEDROOM with ouporl M.morl.l Bl.d. MU' 4-4107. 151 Real Estate ExcbangaBIOIfWAT .
o'a .
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401 norm 171 LU11PVI. HOMI 1.-.. Ownbulldor $100 DOWN i
P05. AM.
IT'S ALL NEW I .oalb. Coot Brown. MU t-llll. REAL BAHOA1NBI Font Ukond. .. ... Throo or four bed 1004150011 50 tlWt31 '63 FAIRUNS 500 4-Door. V-l
BOMB kaitnoM. Pt
I. unnll ...... ol land up In pools .Muni for tliblnt iwlmilnt. -- ,
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX I kooVroomo. om, nodorn fIrs kodraom m Moa, tholM homot In Ul be*
Drive Out Today To i uport, I blooko MbooUouthiito. 10 noroo.. with wrno ihndo.with miU hon..o.bommhl. downnnrminU. bait Offioo. For tltr or t. 013T : .. .. Loris tpoclooi Plorldn poroonod room porch flro1000. -. I Ittt. Complotolr rodioornloillMonlhir stick, tvordrlvo. Reel iharp. $1795
or too.ItlMMincludlnt SIll. CnroUntH4A4011 Call Unknlm Ttiomoi.nlihU 2030. nd ntilltr room, doubio inrnortInrio SALE! pnmonH olfiet M till low H too ONLY ..... .............................
CIRCLE M .t M4-7olMi Pod BodfinBo NAIl MOMS I. Vol.9. Trod.r. rord with ohrubo tnd trooot Small down payment Stop kr our or
110. MODERN 0O body,.. do0110. .Hof. MOniliAVB .. loss I. L.0l4 or Wiater ..a.< ._ ttmii4.
.1..1or1o 011.10010 18Wa40 00 05,001 CoIl MoDsosld 51114.' Rood Is Moonlit, T. R. TUCKER Jr.
n Ptrkor
MOBILE HOME 8.3-8901. LOT In Moduli notrlcUod I IBBVIM : JUBT OUT .uIH tro*. oompuloIr 63 BUICK 4Door. Full power
our wotor 7* hot IIJoO. >mpn M-4I3H dort Ob.lsod furnuhod modorn ootuio 104000*. Ulo "both CI homo
Twl OR Ib.. $041000001 .It.. AIM .loll Inildo oltr. lllOM In, N -un. Root .h... tsp ...... Clark luo4tr with onrpnrt Sod nlllltr oo t REALTOR I Inclvdtiif factory air tontJIHonlng. $2495
Thil Weeks Special _".ra. (I...... ........ ._. ...... Wootoido with oltr MWOT. MBOop UNITS furnUhodi four ...-..31. sill lot nnpnilmtwlr 40'1140' ,
New .>> gtllltloi. MD-I37I Wooded. loll Mortkoido II.ooo unllo rurnlohod Eicollont rootlonr wpnlul ttoot. ttt B month 31$ I. 1IuI. A" LOSOhOId ONLY,..............
Doilrobio toutbiMo ..'". .3._ tA ro..... Pot solo or trod.1S2 OWNER: 111 Frodo nooo. turn ..._10 Cnll Boil Truuw MU IfII 0.71)P054
0 50 x 10' ROYCRAFT CLUN TWO bodre.m 49105inyos op. booth dlMonnlo oopoldorodor .. 'ar small Sr ousoonod sort-' (alSo room. fomilr room, tllo .7IU or MO ..,11"I A r.s P1000110 .......,
0(01001. 01... t4 ._. 53. will build .. i.lt. ..*-..n. Salon, MV J-33Ja. ....th-IUI, \ ._ tondltlonod 51 A. 00.0.50 44000.0 loaded.
Otoioln Inonlro 530 HOMO.

} $4995 RENT OR .u. air oondltlooodbuottfgl .IoAUL.ND inn ."hlt.WHIoANDI Lot ".. -5. 0.0.1 now, Rial RotoRs Wonted MUST $013.. Tbooo 1-4100. C. Only 6,000 mIles local $2895
1501 West Arlana St. thno _........ Utlnidlnlnf ilonrtnt iropofrult for honiMllo. b..... 10.100.. aIr 50,411405.0.. SOUTHSIDESEaUSIONt
norldn 100*. Boulfi lid. Cornor, bird rood 48tUJ4COMBEI I..d........ Will ...... 505504moPbIalo. twner ........................... .
Open 7 Days 9 a I P.M. 1\8101.. _ _ 811-131'. I
MANOR loU. RudlnComboo
THKEI BEDROOM. >4O ....th. Rood 701131. ClIp wwr .-. LIST YOURPROPERTY MUST BBLt tt ..... Lotolr two Bpocloui two itorr. tour iidrtom
CLIAN MODIRM furnlohrol bouiortolliri Ill Lwnoa md 031 "........ 4U- sod olootricltr II4M. IO,.... WITH US 15,15 kodroom homo, both llflni homo amid looMp. saoboo 1 aol, '63 YELLOWSTONE TraIler Jilt
..tt..... Good Bumoondltlono 1740aovtAildo.. LOM lor ...h. 4ta-ti73 ,O. ttHOMEBITV loom. dining room famIly nndutilltr ..>.. on 71 iltt nt with fruit Itko and Ideal $1095
.. DtllltlM fnralobodBuo room Bronowir, 0.00sfSops. ruoUul Mtd tulot, wUkiniioo ROW vacation
.CONDmONW 111005 h.4- BOUTHWIMT "1' '8 n.t" can't $01.1. II. IDIOM ::: \
tro> ,
: Port hloh
ItlTNICI.. $110041400 wooklr. etJ- Los.two b.tho. V.11 5(050. TO'Ull: Only U7oO Call Moru IT DOWN H. ... WII..1 Pal. Poll 10. Compiolo. now olottrlo with "rtnttrofrliorotor IMO.ouptt "'hool nod to Uko Oron. U klio bM 5toO trailer ...........'1....... ...
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MO "11fI niitor Konltor 44J-UTI or or. Rooltor. LMLA altO B. Ton.IOMM Hood tt oebooliohopplni tttu wlui I' in holiht. 0(0.d.o.d .'
MODERN bouMtralUr. ono TWO BIDl\OOlI. 50111 1,4000.rnl.d. IHH3M. A...... Phono MU 1-4171 oontor tnd hooptt.1Ovorlooktnt 9,1.. of IM.900 ..k.. ItHOME '
nod two bodroonii. ndulto Prlcodrouonoblo Wool DC 10.... lD4ulrt 1131 ALL Oft port ol 100' ty.ots.O a. 'Root tw B. Tonn. A.... PuUniWE I loko. Irlood "iohLfor THE KIND S p.01 0000101 05(0 Cst'5140\ '62 THUNDERBIRD. Blue with
3401 Herttt florid Woos Olin.THaK8 11001 POll 4,5., LoU ouick sIlo Br ownor, MVJIMt 5.1.01001 WOO T. ft. Tos500,
IH4-I3H nI.hts.L1'FR1Lft. BKDl\OON ..111I .roo,1 = SIll itmtti, Menu..3"U". 4. Jo,. 114144 U MU .l1'11" 510.' matching Interior fully I $2695 '

on ..rl.... tot 01.... C".tal Loll 5O.. 110 0. 71IH. Oft. 'ioottst. Hood ttnlooi.I. Mr OWNKH. two bod..... Cl I ;00000 55 MV 0-05001 loaded. ONLY ..............._.,.
Adnlto onlr Prafw round oootlo > 0"1 or MO 4.1HQMontlcollo for _tal. Mol sod. BMI.Ilt7 aotolud H.Uhlo WIdow BNorth ..In.
> fbono ,....1.1. 00. ( Bool Momorlnl, 4441101THRIB to _10.... IUo-
TWO .IDROOM boo,.. .111 WEUO Hcujsinio I Co.n POOL!
DNB BIOHOOM '..rDI."oIrail- No.r nokool sod kmlino BXDROOM bonoo wutaduuol l oonoblo 6141037THIS / '62 FORD Colaxlo 4Door. Fully
or for rout. Oil MU -- ohow .It 500100001. ADS .bo low down nirmont. 01 Of MAN Southildo two bedroom, '

mono 882-6"1. not I....mr Good' tao.lontlon Ctll 053.4540.. '..81.... CHARMING electric kitchen and laundry oqulpped. Whit with' lIe. $1495

134 Mobile Mom UHLAKI I THRU LABOI room OOUM 0, 145 Builnoii Property built-in T-V drapes Interior :................?.............
north Cbwtant Rand nwno MU
BONNT Poor Bur MOMIOHomo 8-1'1' 1S1 Hocus FH Sol.I'OHIC'LOIIIO LOVELY 4 BIDBOOMHOMI and carpets plus screened

Pork No* lortoit lou Inlokoltnd TWO BEDHOOU koxio sour TAMPA. BIO WAY.. III I 521'.. dUO TJ" PROM LAOS you'd want In your office pool and covered patio.I '62 FALCON 2.Door. AutomatIc
.. Monlet.. 0.50 wute 511 3005 Ifl RKPOBSBOBBbonun OJ I HOLUNOH WOafH HAl I"> ,
RUB sod" toworotor Mntow. nlr nnndltlanjor 540.Inth. nnn R oltor. 124 Woos ", .1. aLI u mnnr Uknond ...... IATHI PLOH1DA ROOM" WITH will be reading the lAdler Only 119.7901! R04098REDUCED I $1295
DM olootrlt, wttor k.* nnl door 10KH ,. radio boater.
Mol Bndr It" B.
.... Ion lino Block to Norm Olla_ Knmor. OMotUmlur RIBIDBNTUL' COMMEB C I A L,
now 0.... Pork Ihopplnt Conrtw. 0. I InduoUlil lou. iiuo tu nrou. MoRudr. .rlal Bird I44I07THRIE HEAT PXRPBCl'Ly ARRANGED Want Ada tomorrow. $700! I ONLy.................................
Oood tots flohlnt sod ... ...110'. 1U7 a MomonniBl BEDROOM CB II.. .... POll ORACIOUI UVINO ANI) where furnished two
UNPURNUHID NBWLV kit lm.ll pel*. 1844 North Cm- .d. 4M4I07INDUITR1AL rarnor lot wtt h.ot, wndltlonlniPHA. .
boa 1.0*. Druo MU B14T3PIVS .d two kodroon 110.... Roulo 3. Widow Solos BorUb 413- AND CALL FOR APPOINTMINT he'll It. Call 110 1- bedroom on ihaded fenced '62 VOLKSWAGEN 2.Door s.
Hoi 1430 O lk>.., Howl. IM adjolniKrnft 13.11IAROAINI. TO 10100(0.1144.ROY fee .-
ACRU with ..11 sod ...- month MJ-3JM roodi. nppronimnuir II yard oait Only $9,300! ROMS
Ito tank pnrod ", .d. .b.... todItrdon Aon Bl.lt..,. Rnllrond. ......*. BEAUTIFUL ...... 1151 now. Roof. Radio, heater like $1395

I ...... tlt-ttol TWO BEDROOM CB _... Nlr -. 3,110 I. 10,0010. 11.010. 0544103. h_.. thno bodroon. m both new. ONLY......, .
dooonud fhrauobont. w>tor oonvonlont locotion llllf ....... .. ...
UlllLAND: OARDI" "..Iola.H. (............ OM _n..... lau KMblorn flits onmor lot 1.5... loo MEL RUDYLMLAREALTOR
.... Pork. two ..U.. .". no Howl. Con 4H.-.HTlootlmto BIVBN COMMERCIAL' ...., two .*.., lor MU toultr Crrotnl. Drl.o kr II 3tilEtehftniw !
Drool FIeld and Old TninpnIfiikwnr bloeko But Bonn, oomor lId A....... Call ownorMt.7 '62 PONTIAC Convertible.'
R..r.oUon holl. onnf- Porter ourMk Pnrkor AP000I.P500 .
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M.loolm ThoniM REALTOR LULl
n.boordi od modi.. tUhllnl.louodrr fnpUltlon.-.... 444.DIX1I 0 Ronod 0110-11: (0001 'P05000 0i.1OIit.1O10 .tI. Stab. 13) I FLORIDA AVB.PHONB Radio, boater, full ,.w.r. $2195

10.,. 1 kodnomt, nlr oondltlonotororo '146 Formi Grovoi, Ronckoi rondo room-aIr- conditionedlonoool : 11141IHOWPLACS 1327 E. Memorial Blvd. Just like ..w. ONLY. .. ..
P.rk. 1 honM 01M-I1M '''d. But .bwnln 111 nforr dial (8M107 any time
MOBILE' Pwk 4Mfl Bow 1 *._ 1 fetttinHooplUI I doolnblo tocnlMn. Call MU A 1MB PlnoborrrBtroot
Tunpt Hitbwor. Lnno drr lotoMunlclMl ... lorolr ..Ioftlal-".. homo.I CLAIslFlSD DISPLAY I
oirtort. *-.. toloptopo won I homon 0Bottfctnto BEST CITRUS AREA IN .u or nftor 0 p m. 053-4954 Ihroo bodroonu. two ioU b.tho. CL.A'.lao.. DISPLAY '62 FORD Calaxle 500 Convertible. -
tU-MII w 154-so. ,TO BXTTLB ootato br funllr ...,,_ floori tllo roof. Include.
obnfllobonrd modorn 1100Bpoclout ST. LUCIE COUNTY. 40 A Bonn wr In.... .'"",.,. Onodupltl ropoo. loll' l.ndornpMl front L...... lIes with $1595
sHADY LOTS 1 bodroomlMl I varieties: dnublo ....... Ono with lId bock. huoo ihodo troM.rneod .
good heavyto
iMllltM olrnn root roonn grove '' VOTE matcklnp Interior ........... .
sod liundrr Cl... root : LOIS Morlo Clnlt lUll '.ZlI.b.oov spslsool. Too I 104. ,..... bo.utlful I.... |MOwn
howora nl trolloro. Throo mllot But IIPbono 1 kodroonu 1\10 kntlu grapefruit, about ISyeoro ,,055 _... ..3..... d. IH Btonlhlr torort til
I old. Excellent : NEW soLIds oltrIhroo "U 81101.a.aOAIN.. FOR
tM4041TBA1LKB 311 Mnmllno KlI pro,toUIUHIDB tH '
IPACB for root on pl.slsl.tnlsto. bodrtraitCoBtrtow ductlon. Priced Mr below kMlroomo Shot will ....10. ATTRACTIVE two 62 CHEVY II 2.Doer Hardtop.

Ioouorvloo,003 brand BOW I1M twin bodo. Wnltlnt dUtonooibopvln1 bedroom CB Urn Florldo room Radio boater automatic. $1495 i
market ond otonionlnrr SchoOl uutr ownint wmdowi, tilt both ABBOH-HECKES ,
LontfMlow t 44t4tIINSFER. 1 kodnomi, I bolos Aoronr ...... Iron BoutbwootJ uulitod birch ....1...... nonrjhool Extra harp .
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CLAOIFIID DISPLAY Mthotot 360 A. PRIME GROVE Morm li Wed windwr otn.t rtoroo nod .bor..... Povodtrooto CO.
1 bed_. IM VtHitClonlud oft Brnui Lincoln nsos. ......It' no CIty ........ Wondor-
BolfhU I1IM1M LAND. $SOO per cro, with Sods _......... Poll Inform U MUhborhood. Idotl rotlrojont AND TRACTORS '
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Monday March 10 KM IN THE CIRCUIT OeUHT 01 IN TMf CIRCUIT OOURT 4M" sn'ior I
'I POLK COUNTY FLORIDA IN AND. FOR POLK following motor vehicle:
FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA.IN JEER W. BAnAlITY NOTICI OF will be sold et public 'asia at 10 00 ,
CHANCIRV. 1'I.lntiltv SUIT o'clock on the Itfc day of April .
FRDDDIB MAR" OMITH.Plaintiff ) NATIONAL BAMX OF WEiTrHBSTBR. IN4 at Paul Naylor Motor, 1041SC.
> VIRGINIA nASAlITY 5 WHITE Main Street Lakeland, Kl'.rlda
I Defendant ) National Banking- .i5aiatjoea.: The proceed of the sale win ito

JAMBlrCLARKNCM SMITIZDefeodhot ) NOTICI OF SUIT FOR DIVORCI riled to the .rJnnoJ;: ':"I."u t
NOTICI OF aunt You an hrb notified that a WAJIOAftlllT !!. KANB CHBWI1NO sold motor vehicle and I he noet ofpublication
Tile n'rN'rlc OF FLORIDA 'TO Complaint for Divorce baa been formerly .tt.Y. of notice of ml and
JAMES CLARENCE SMITH flied eai5et ice, sod you are CANE:, and WILMKR thon to th* Mttifartlon of the hal.anon -I
You ar* hereby notified that a rsqolrad In serve copy of ourAosWsr i NON CHICWNING, bar .band. i due under the contract with
salt for Divorce boa been filed or Pleading to the J'am- and QUAL.l'TY GAIIIPNT CO.. B. T- Harrington P. o Box 1101,I
...Inot you In the abOve entitled plaint en tha plaintiff attiEmory a (InOt'gla Corparatloa, Lakeland, P'terIIie. coveringthe;
oh..'; and that you are hereby / B. Walker, MTH B. Main Defendant. financing of sold motor vehicle
required to across copy nf yout Street Lakeland Florida, and THE STATR OF FLORiDA Any aurplua will b* paid to you 1
meaner or other written defenae file the original Answer or Pleading TO QUALITY GARMENT CO.. and you will remain liable for any
upon Jonas 1. Hahn plaintiff In th* office of the Clerk of a Oaorgla Corlwratlon.You balance remaining unpaid under
attorn)', whoa adrtreae la P. O the Circuit Court on or before th* are herebr nnttfled that a said _trant.
Box II, Lakeland Florida, on or 16th day of April. 1M4 If you fall hilt baa been filed agjatnit yon ASSOCIATE DISCOUNT
before the Hit day of April. A D, to do eo., judgment by default will and each of you b, NATIONAL CORPORATIONBy
144 and before or Immediately be taken aialnat you for th* relief ., SANK OF WaWTCHBiTSR ; L a WHEELER
thereafter to file with tre Clerk demanded In the Complaint. WHITE PLAINS, a Natlona Collection Manager !-
of the above styled Court the, Don and Ordered at Lakeland. Banking Aaaoclatlon In the above Ink B.nf'1.Ir.ra' !
original of sold sooner or said Florida, Polk County thIs 11th .ntltl.d macsal and th.t you are k.l REGULAR OR SANDWICH
written defenses If any day of March ll 4.PH. hereby acquIred tCl tiba your An- tt-144
If you fall to do ao, decree pro SLOAN JR. aver with tho Clork of thIs Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS
eonfcaao will b* entered ...In.' rlerk' of the (ticruit l Court and te sorva copy thereof upon IN THE COUNTY JUDOI'e
you for the relief demanded In the By HARVEY RILEY the PlaintIff :. PlaIntiff's Alter- COURT IN AND FOR
Deputy Clerk new, whneo name and address leALBERT : I
wPrNESS: my hand and official (SJlALIU.UI C. V/BRLY, Attorney at RE: 1.to. \ Extra Special! JOIN Parker
coal of office at Bartow Polk Law, 841 Central Avenue, BtPrteraburg. ROBERT H. HOPKINS )14OR
'ounly. Florida, this Hat day of Florida not later than floes.acd
March, A.D. tOil.ISRALI NOTICI TO CREDITORS April I, 1114. To All Creditor and P..onii ...I BLACKBERRY
n It. aLOAN Court.t1or. IRCI.rk IN THE COUNTY JUDOI' If you fall to do ... Decree Pro log Clalma or Demanda Agalnat,
Circuit COURT IN AND FOR POLK Confeeeo will ba aotercdacainat Bald EalatelYnu I
\'. for tha relief demanded In the PINEAPPLE LB.
COUNTY FLORIDA' vou and each of yon, are tierer
NOTICE TO CRIDITORI IN HR; "RePAIR OK Complaint. b notified to file In duplliate all
IN THE COURT Of THI CATI1KRIMO C. ADAMSON, Tr. nature of maId nilt being for .alma. and Omanrt Which you
COUNTY JUDGE also known aa orerlnaura of mortgage recorded h.v. agalnat the ratal* of Robert' LOAVES"SuperRight"
OF POLK COUNTY. FLORIDA Catherine Cowdery Adamaon In Official Becordi Book 121 pace H. Hopklne, dvceaaed In the of.'
'" nl l>eceaaedTo gaO Public Racorna of POiSE Coun. tire of Hlihard A. Bmnaon County .'
"MINNIE ZOLAH GREEN All Creditor and Pereonshlay- tyD'lorldaeov.ning: Judge, at hla office In the Pie 1h39C
IeCCaae log t'laltn' or Demanda Agalnat Lot t Block C, MILLER'S Court Home at Bartow, Florida
To All (Creditor and Persona SlavIc Said Eatate MANOR, according to plat within alx calendar month from
Clalma or Demand AgainstBald You, and each of you, era he... thereof raconted In Plat Book March 10 1M4, which la the date I
Ealalei: b y notified' to file In duplicate ill 41, page 41, Public Records of of the lInt publication of Ihienotice.
You and each of you, ... b..... claIms end demands Which you bib County, Florida; Each claim or demand
by notified to file all claim antI h meals lb eatate of Cathirlne 1TNEM8 my hand and tbs seal meet be In writing muat elate:
demanda whirl you hava a.alnat' C. Adamaon, deceaaed In 01 thIs Court, at Bartow, Polk \I' place of realdence and POOl .
the salute of Minnie Zolah Oreendeceaeed I he offlca of Richard A. Bronaon County, Florida, tit I. tth day of rice addreaa of the al.llRAnt.1
In the office of Richard County Judge, at hIs office In the March, A. D IM4. most be swore to d.IU.a:1
A. itronoon, County Judta. .t his COllrt Houae at Bartow, Florida. (COURT SEAL) lied I asatorc.n Id, or Heavy Western Beef Full Cut RoundSTEA ;
office I In the Court Hood. .t Bar- within elx calendar months from D. H. l1t.Nio JR. will become void.LOCISIT .
within aio, calendar Clerk 1I Court BZELL HOPKINS
tow FI..ld. SCorch 13, 1964 which ll the date
maclbs from M.reh Ii 19.. which ,.f the tInt publication of tile BYI VIVIAN A. PURVIS Executrix
la the dale of the first publication otlce, Each claim or demand Deputy Clark J. TOM WATHON Attorney
of Ibis notice. Each claim or de- moat b* In writingmuat elate U."' .akeland, Florida
m.nd must be In writing, must lbs place of ....Id.n..* and pool 1-157
state the place of reeldeneepoat end office addreaa of the claimant NOTICI OF APPLICATIONFOR CAll ti3-cO.44-
office addreaa of the claimant mont be aworn to and must be TAX DEED IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
moat be sworn to and must filed aforeaald, or elms lame (lenate Bill Mo. 115)) POLK COUNTY FLORIDA.IN :
be filed ai aforeaald, or else some will become voId. Notice la hereby given that H CHANCERY KB0zs79c
will heroine void. ERN1R ADAMSON B, Hippie, holder Tax Crrlltlrate DORIS ANN KHIPTON
: e3'th
BETTY VAT MCMILLAV: Administrator No. 160, let day of Pie Inti If5 '
LNA:: LI'CINDA LIGHTSEY I. TOM WATSON Attorney I Jun. A.D, 1961, hal flied aame In I
Co-Executor ikeland, Florida my office and Rca made an ap- JOHN RDEL OHTPTON i
It Ml U.161 llcatlon for a tax deed to ba Is.toed DefundaetNOTbCEOSUIT ,
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF thereon. Paid certificate cm.braces .
THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICI OF INTENTION the followingdeacrlbed Ii>. State of Florida tot
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAIN TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR property In the County of Polk John Ardel Shlpton
AND FOR POLK COUNTY FINAL DISCHARGE State of Florida, to-witr Route 1. Box UPS, 'I
CHANCERY NO. UM2-I2.I1I In Bel, Petals of Block' f. Lot tl, J. T. Hor.ney Spanaway, Waehlngtont Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Florida, or Georgia Shipped
THB DIME gAVINMS BANK LOUIS NOVAK a let Add, Section 10 You are hereby notified that
(IF WILLIAM BURGII. a New Deceased II South, Rang ti suit for divorce and other ..". :
York Banking Corporation TO AM WHOM IT MAY EaaUTh haa been filed agalnat you In the
Plaintiff CONCERN: *....meet of laid property above entitled cause, and that you
-- Notice le herebr given that Ihove under eald certificate laiurd wu are hereby required to serve a
DWIOHT ROBERT TEATER. filed my final report aa In the name of Million Helghte, copy of your anawer or other de-1
and BETTIR JATKB TEATFR, xecutor of the eatate of Loula Ino. Unleee the saId certificate fen.. upon L. D Oxford plaln
lie wife and CECIL MONROh Novak deceased: that I have filed ahall b* redeemed according to tlffe attorney, P. O Box '16. ,
WATSON and FARLNACB B, m" petition for final dloch...... law the property described therein Lakeland, Florida, on or before
WATSON, hla wife. and that I will apply to the Hon will be eold to th* hlghaat bidder the 17th day of April' A. D. 1864 F RY ER UGTHI49c.
wit.ItefenlfaOls. Richard A. Broneon County Judge at the rourthouee door on and before or Immediately thereafter I
OF SUIT 01 Polk County, Florida on the the fleet Monday In the month of to file with tha Clerk of the
TUB STATE OF FLORIDAITO 1 Ith day of April 1964 Ann aproval "- May, 19", wMoa li lbs 4th day above etyled Court the original of
; DWIOHT ROBERT TEA- of tha same and for final of May 1914, aald anawer or written defeneei,
TER and mETTlE JAYNB P. lacharge aa Executor of the ea- Datod this 26tb day of March, If any. If you fall to do eo, decree
TEATER fell wife, I ate of Loula Novak, dtceaaed 1944, pro confeaao will be entered
You arc harsh notified that a TItle bIb day of March 1814. (SEAL) D It SlOAN JR. against you for the relief demanded .
Suit baa been filed analnet you LOUIS GEORGE NOVAK Clerk of the In the Complaint.
and of by 'IHB DIME Circuit Court of Wltneea my hand and official ,
each you, Executor of the aatate of
SAVINGS BANK OP WILLIAMSBUBUH. -I Louie Novak Deoeaaed Polk Ccunty Florida coal of office at Bartow Polk Special!! Jane Parker Sandwich Creme
a New York Banking: T.IOI fJ-114 County, Florida, thla lath day of
Corporation Plaintiff In the above, March '
.ntlti.d o8U.; .nd I1'at you gre t.iD'J.96r. SLOAN IIilEAL \.
hereby required to file your An. TAX DEED Clerk Circuit Court
with the Clerk of this Court IN THI COUNTY JUDQI'I ( )
mar Senate Bill Mo. IIG) COOKIES3lU. :
end to oar,. a copy thereof upon. COUNTY FLORIDA Notice la hereby given that H 1-147
the Plaintiff or Plaintiff Attorney IJJ RE ESTATE OF R. Hippie. holder of Tat Certlfl- NOTICI TO CRIDITOR i
whose name and addreaa laALBERT : SEDDON ate Mo. 10, laauedl the lat day of IN THI COURT OF THI
C. WERLY, Attorney at OOODBDeceaaed June A.D. 1111. baa filed mama Intoy COUNTY JUDOIOP .
lawl Central Avenue, BtJ'eteriburg. offIce and haa made an ap- POLK FLORIDA
To All Creditor and Persons H"v.In. COUNTY
Florida not later than Claims or Demanda Against Icatlon for a. tax deed to beaued In R*: Katate of
April II, ICed ? thereon. Bald certificatembracea :
aid) Estate
If fall to do so, Decre Pro '
you the following deacrlbedroperty '
Confeaao will be entered e.aln.t You notified, and l each to file of In you dupllcat, are heroly all-i l, In the County of Polk, To All Creditor and Peraone Deceaeed, : Lbo$100.

you for the relief demanded Inha claIms and demanda which Stale of Florida, to-wlt, Inc Claim or Demand .soupF
( Complaint. hayS agalnat the eatate of Heddon you Block I. Lot I We.t54 Ft of I Said Estate lI.v'l
The nature of said molt being for North .
recorded Goods, deceaaed In tr. office ol E'i of 11 85 Ft, Patterson You and .ach of you are
foreclonur of mortiac
Richard A. Bronaon County Judge. Cox IiIllb., Section li. hy notified to fll* all claims and
In Official Records Book 1140.
Townahlp II South, Range M emanda which have
at his office In the Court Houae you against
of Folk
page 17, Public Record at Bartow Florida within sin FaatTha the aBate of Emeet Arnold, deceaaed. -.
County, Flnrida, covering calendar aaaeaament of Mid property In the office of Richard,
month from March II
Lot I. Block B, BELLAIRBPARK IInd.. _Id ftartlflData iBiiieil ,
wan > A. Rrnnann. Count loAmm. At loIs
114 which la the date of fleet -
ercordlng to plat thereof iblloatlon the -ti. name cf Mettle Mae Mllleae l office In the' Court' Reuse- -'at Bar-
of this
notice Each
recorded In Plat Book II.Page claim or demand muit be In wrlt- Unl. the said certificate ehall ho tow, Florida, within alx oaieodormootbu lona Yellow Cling SlicedPeaches C
tl ft 10 Puhllo Record. ill, moat Stats the place of reel- redeemed according to law the 1 from March II, bid which 2 1O'/iOXs 33
of Polk County, Florida; together 4 oncase 4 post office addreu 01 property deacrlbed therein will be Is the date of the fleet publication I
with the following decrlbd th* claimant, muet b* swore to cold to the highest' bidder at the of tHe notice. Bach claim or demand Cams
Item of propertywhbok nod muat b* filed aa aforesaid, or Courthouae door on the flrat Monday most b* In writing, most bo
arc located In and per. time sans will become veld In the month of May 1064. filed In duplicate, must mIsts the .
manently Inalalled as a part J1ALLIROBSI OOODB! which la lbs 4th day of May, 1814 1 pleas of realdence and peat office .
of lbs Improvement on said Executrix Dated this hulk day of March, oddness of the claimant, most be
land: LANQ8TON MASSET 904. worn to and must be filed aaaforeaald -
.0 inlIne Hot Water Heater Attorney at Law SEAL) D. H. .LOAN. JR. I or ale. urns will be- ". .
SparS HeateriClichen 291 Sooth Florida Avtnu Clerk of the corns void.
Exh.u.t Pen Circuit Court of TInt FLORIDA NATIONAL
WrrNEAII my Stand cod tho .eal U-H51 Lahclsnd Florida,. PolE County Florida BANK AT LAKELAND
of thla Court at Bartow, Polk U.ltl By LAWRENCE 8, LOWB
County Florida, thla hIlt day of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTThI. Officer
March A. P. hOC 4. THI! TENTH JUDICIAL ClR PUBLIC NOTICI Vic President TruetKiMUtor 31.Lb,13.0s'79c SpeciaIIWhU.
I>. H. SLOAN, JR.Clerk CUlT IN AND FOR POLK NotIce la hereby given that the
of the Circuit Court COUNTY FLORIDA IN CIty nmmlaelon of tha City of A. R. CARVER, House Nonfat
By VIVIAN A. FUHVIS CHANCIRV. Fort Meade will accept bide on Attorney for Executor Dry
Deputy Cleric SUIT FOR DIVORCE on. (I) truck maetlng the followIng U-IIT

(COURT SEAL) .Case_ No._ 61176-ao-m, epectflcattonel ..... .u. A.A.... A.. __
y-121IN "AKA VUYI.oJI CUMBat. 1814 FORD C-800 or equivalent .TINTH.J"U"DIC'IA I NSTANT
THE CIRCUIT COURT 0' h'ialnllff with a lassratio of T IT CIRCUIT.
I GENE PAUL COMBS, pound capacity front axle, and IN CHANCIRV.Cat .
IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY Defendant 11,000 pound rear Sole SprIngs N*. mot Docket SIPeas Special Cream Style Golden
CHANCERY NO. 12117.11-11 to carry a minimum of 10.000
BANK, a New York Banking OBNU PAUL COMBS I H D motor with a> minimum of ,
Corporation, V A-la, Oman* Air Baaa 980 cubic Inch displacement. Arab '"ANN I MILK
Plaintiff. Virginia Beach, Virginia to axle dimension of 115Inchea. SHIRLEY RAYBORN.
__ YOU ARE) HEREBY NOTIFIED Reinforced frame Defendant lonaCorn
W ARRl N II. WHITEHURST..t trat suit for divorce ham been 1000 a f& '1'1.... equipped with NOTICI OF IUIT
lied aealnat you In tha above entitled a 10 ampere alternator. Cab THE TATB OF FLORIDA TOt
ilL, Defendant Court. You are hanky required over engine denlfned' with a SHIRLEY: ANN RAYBORN I .
to eerva a copy of your aide, mounted gnu lank with a 1037 47th Street .
NOTICI OF SUIT anawar or other written defonara minimum of IS callon capacIty I Columbus, Georgia 12
THB BTATH OF FLORIDA upon 3. HARDIN PETERSON All bide muat ba plainly 1 marked You ere hereby notified that a
TO WARREN K. WHITEHURHT JR. Plaintiff a attorney, whoaaddreaa ; 8KALKD BIDS ON TRUCK', suit for divorce haa been filed: .79c
and JOAN M. WHITB- la Post Office Drawer Bl. and In the office of tre City Man italnet you In thisbaveentltlodca.ueelao ;
HURsT hIs wife, aid goose, Hen Lakeland Florida, on or before tho nger not later than Tuesday, Apr d that you are hereby I 5 49c
era credltora, truateee, or other SIlt day of April 1864 and before 7 1164 at I o'clock P.M. at whir required to eerv a copy of youranawer
claimant, claiming by, throophunder or Immediately thereafter to tile lima bide 1 will ba opened and publicly or other written defenare
or against thc said MILKS with the Clerk of the Sbovsen. read. upon WALTER W., MANLEY,
H. PLOWUKN, JR.. and/or the titled Court the original of .Id The City reaenrei the right torejm P. O. Box 1(4 plaintiff attorney,
real property which la the subject ansWer cr written defenaea, If any taayao 4/or all. bide. or any whose address I* Lakeland, Florida,,
matter of this eult. IF YOU FAIL TO DO HO, DECREHJ part thereof. on or before th. loth day of April
You are hereby notified that a PRO CONFFSHO WILL BII GRADY W. COURTNEY A. D., 1114. and before or Immedlately .
Salt hae been filed against you ENTERED AOAIN8T YOU FOR City Manager thereafter to flla with the
and each nt yoo, by QUEENS THE RELIEF PEMANDED IN City of Fort Wetd. Clerk' of the above styled Court FRESH CRISP
COUNTVYork 8AVINGtI BANI a New THB COMPLAINT. u.nl he original cf eald anawer or said I
Banking Corporati In the I WITNESS: my hand and offlcla -ritten d / *iua- If Mnv.If .
above entitled as use; and that ;cans of office at Bartow, Polk IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF you-i il't do eo, decree pro I
you are hereby required to file County Florida, thla Ird day 01 THE TINTH JUDICIAL 'mfeaao will b. entered agalnat I
your Answer with the Clerk 01 March A. a 1B64. OF FLORIDA IN you for the relief demanded in the CARROTS is 19'FRESH
thla Court, and to aerve a copy SEAL) POLK COUNTY CIRCUIT. Complaint.WITNESS.
thereof upon the Plaintiff or D. H. BLOAN JR., Clerk IN CHANCES'/ my rand and official
plalntlffe Attorney, ..ho.. name a-in. Cam No. titrrDeeket neal of office at Bartow, Polk I
and address la: ALBERT CWERLY IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF M Page No. Ill (County Florida, thla Iri day *f
Attorney at Law 8811C.ntr.1 THE TINTH JUDICIAL ClR FEDhRAL: NATIONAL March, A. D. 1814 aiot1 TENDER
Plorlda not later than April 15, FOR POLK COUNTV IN KalntllC P. H, SLOAN JR.
lU4. CHANCIRV. I: Clerk Circuit Court I
If you all to do ... Decree Pro ,PEOPLED BANK OF LAKE. ELMER'S VARKLH et ai, I Byl VIVIAN A. PURVIS ASPARAGUS 35''
Confeaao will be entered Main LAND. a Florida Banking Pefendanta : Depuly Clark
you for the relief demanded I In Corporation, NOTICE OF SALE {0.111

thai Complaint Plaintiff Notice la berebyslven that,l'ro.I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETENTH
The nature of eald suit b.lnlr. -VI.R. .- itiant to a final drones of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' OF
far foreoloeure of mortgage recorded OOFF a/k/a R P (K GOP. loanra entered In the above eiItkd FLORIDA I IN AND FOR POLK
la Official Records Boo JEANKTTH OOFF, A. J. ..u.. In th. Circuit Courtof COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.EDWARD .
100 page 1B1, Public Records 01 J. B DURICY: Polk County, Florida, I will II, QARLICK, FRESH GREENCABBAGE"
Polk County Florida, covering ICHEB'rNUT. BANK OP cell th.'propo.t, altuate- In Polk CHARLKA EARL OARLIOCand.
Lot 11 of the RoPlat of Unit DADS CITY a Corporation County, Florida dncrlbed act ELMER CLARK (1ARI.ICK .
*i, JAN-FHYL VILLAGE TInfeodanie. Lot IK Block C), RICHr.AND PlaintIff.MTRAO .
according to plat thereof, recorded NOTICE 0' SUIT MANOR, UNIT HO. FOUR, according v*
In Flat Book 41, pageII IN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE to the pint thereof aa ( t!. MARTIN and wife,
Public Recorda of Polk TO recorded In Plat Book 41, PageII VKHUlffl M. MARTIN
County, Florida; together with JBANETTB OOFF Fubllo Record of Polk Defendant
the following deaorlbed Items JEANETTE GOP County, Florida.Including .
of property which are located, your unknown .pou.... .nd all un. apeclflcally. but not NOTICE OF IUIT IN I 5
In and permanently Inetalledaa known parties claiming Intereata by way ot limitation the following MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
a part of the Improvementaon by through or against you, and flxturee': TO MIRAM C. MARTIN and wife
said land sit unknown parties having or Duo-Therm Heater, Model Til VERriin M. MARTIN
Holly lie Wall Heater, claiming to have any right, title Serial #I1H4IPermaoently YOU MIRAM C. MARTIN and,
Model #31- or Intermt In the property hereinafter Inetalled..t wife VEHOIB M. MARTIN andyour
WITNESS my hand and the descrIbed notified public sale, to the hJgtieit and
are hereby unknown apouaee, and al
seal of this Court, at Bartoi. that a Complaint to foreclose' beet bidder for caxh at the Sout unknown I
parolee Intereetby
PolK Count,. Florida, this llth Front Door of the Polk Count claiming
a certain Mortgag the follow- FRESH JUICY
on through or agalnat you, and all SPECIAL
A.D. 1914.P.
day of March In* deacrlbed property t Courthouse In Bartow Florida, unknown partlee having claiming I
H. SLOAN JR. between 11.00 A.M. and I'00 P.M or
Beginning' at the' 8V7 corner of ; to have any right title orIntereat
Clerk of the Circuit Court the CEo of SEU: of Section 15. on the 10th day of April, 1844 In the property hereinafter .
ItfoorlRy in hereby notifiedthat
Clerk .
Deputy IS EAST run thence North to Clerk a Complaint to foreclose ,
(COURT SEAL) the South boundary of Right. ( /*/ Llla B. Fountain certain Agreement For Deed on ai

11.121 of-War- of State Road. *1T. Deputy Clerk the following descrIbed property, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS thence Northeaaterly alone tha r-nt towit ORANGES : 49
IN THE COUNTY JUDQKt Sooth boundary of Right-of. NOTICE 0' SALE Lot 14 In Block I of F.NOLE-
COURT IN AND FOR Way of State Road Pt?. lii TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: HIDE, being a Suhdlvlalon of
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIN feet thenoe dos Bouth to tha You are hereby notified that the that part of the goutreaat %
RE: B8TATR OFLUCJ South boundary of the BK i following motor vehlile of tha Northweat U of.. *ctlon .
LEE BITCHIB! of SE14 of sold Section 15.thenca 1M1 Plymouth Fury 4 DR RT II, Towaahlp II South, Rang
Deceaaed weet to tha Point nfBeginning. S131112211' 11 East, lying between the At-
To All Credltora and Peraone tlav LESS EXCEPT will b. sold .t puhllo male at 10:00 SenIle Coaat Line, Railroad and '
log ClaIms or Demands Aalna road K/W on the North ,ldathereof. o'clock on the lOs day at April mate Road #loo lee the Weet ) Save Only Phif Stamps
Said Katatel 184. at Paul Naylor Motora 104 five some thereof. a ,
You, and each of you, are hereby has been tiled spInal yon and yea N. Main t. ofLat'r.: Florida.Th h.. been filed agalnet you and yen Save at UPI Speclall! A&P Grade A .Get Fine Gifts
? Faster
notified to file In duplicate all are required cures a copy of proceed will be are 1'O claims and demands which ,out your Answer or Pleading to the applied to the payment of the east your Answer or Pleading to '
against the eetate of Complaint on Plalntlffa attorney. nf retaking, storing and aale 01 Complaint on Plaintiff toe c.anof AnNTic i ACfic nA coutun. SIC.n .
: RltrMe, deoeaaed, In (h-l J. TOM WATSON and JAMES 1 saId motor vehicle and the coat of J. Tom Wataon and Jamee th.1
flea of Richard A. Broneon, County HAHN, P. O. Box II, Lakeland publication of satIre of mae and Hahn P. 0 Boa II, Fruit. Cocktail '
1IudAOu.t his office' In th, Florida, and flla the original Anawer then to th* eatUfartlon of the Florida, and file the original
at Bartow, Florida, or Pleadln In U,. offIce 01 balnnc due under the contract:swap or Pleading In the office of,
within eli calendar months from the Clerk of the Circuit Court on with Charlie A. Omen 1340 W.,the Clo.k 01 lbs Clrcpt Court enor
March It. IMt, which la tre date nr batons the Ilk day of April. Pattereon Lakeland, Flat and before Ins fib M" of April _______
ol tha urea 1 publication of thin A. D., 1M4 K you fall to do eo. Hunan (Ooodwln Rt. I. Box U80.Auburadale .,A. D.. ..... K poe fall to do eo,I
netlcav Each, claim or demand a Decrea Pro Confeeao will ha Fla., covering lId ft. a Decree Pro Confeaeo will betaken
must b. In wrltlnc mast slate taken aaatnat you for the ralle iclnc of sold. motor vehicle. Anysurplus agalnat you for the relief
the Place of realdonoa and Post demanded In the ComptalnL I will be paid to you and intended In the Complaint I'isba
office addreaa of the claimant, Thla Notice shall ba publIshed" you will. remain liable for any bataaea -I This Notice shall be publlehed 4 8 9'Cans
moat %a swore to and muttt be .nca each week for four con...... recsalaiog unpaid sadee ealdcon..t. ono. each week for four eoneecutlve PrIces 'In ikit ,4. .? fttt tkr*.,!. Wene>..*,, April. I
flied .. aforeaald, or alee same tlva week In tha Lakeland Ledf week In the Lakeland lodger
.m, -. .. newapaper. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNTCORPORATION iwepaper. 3004 S. Flo. Arc.Lok
5,5KlMulrlx,. II. ITO 1C DONE AND ORDERED at Bar DUNK AND ORDERED: at Bar- .
tow Florida, thIs Ith day of March By: L. ... WHBFL.ER.: JR. ;ion, Florida, thla Ilk day of
J. 'TOM WATSON *. ba laiI. Collection Manager larch, A. D 1944. _ _ _ _ .(on Attorney for Ellcutrla IsI>. H. SLOAN JR. IU i. K..t..k"Lakolancl 11 D. H. SLOAN JR.
Lak l..nd. Florida Clerk Circuit Court Florida Clerk, Circuit Court
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