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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER, VOL. 40, NO. 154 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1964 F821 N 'RICE FIVE CENTS

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House-Senate Conferees Agree On Tax CutWASHINGTON

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(AP) A tax Johnson li assured. reaching them probably in the That is the cut in capital

cut boosting tike-home pay ear Essential agreement between first week of March. The with. gains rates voted by the Houseon

ly In March was assured today Senate and House conferees on holding rate goes down from assets held more than two

when House and Senate the disputed matter of capital 18 to 14 per cent one week after years The Senate eliminatedthe
conferees agreed on the biggest gains taxation eliminated the the bill is signed. reduction at the Treasury's
reduction bill In history. last possibility of a new fight Individual and corporate reductions urgent request

t, yw ...w.r compromise version The law on capital gains taxation will total more than The administration In push-
M worked out In three days of Is being continued as at $11 billion. Individuals will get Ing for the tax cut legislation atan
closed sessions goes to the present with relatively minor cuts up to 19 per cent. early date has contendedthat
House probably Monday or changes. Among the Issues to be the Increase in business
Tuesday The Senate Is expected Wage and salary earning settled in the conference is one spurred by the added money
> ,I to act the same day and Americans will feel the tax cut on which the administration flowing Into the economy will
prompt signing by President with pay checks and envelopes has taken a strong position. make up for lost revenues

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Mike .o..th..t.f, Holifo Th. 441-foot ship with. 95-....* crow, rUts 15.f..t woroi her onmoroom .
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Storm-Battered FreighterNEW i Ledger Staff Writer D COtt

BARTOW A state survey committee has unani : 'pa..Mw. -. a 6EC.Aaei,( Y a I a Q. tc ;tlts

mously recommended that the Winter Haven Golf
YORK (AP-A rescui! southeast Of Halirax, N.S., said Rescue aircraft dropped the
Course "Be approved as permanent site for Polk
ship today hauled aboard th! two liferafts each with four or three 20.man liferafts that inflate ,
first survivors from the storm,. more persons aboard had been as they hit the water Junior College." arcH1Vja
battered British merchantman,. alghted at sunset. Another Italian liner, the However the school board, in a one-hour session

Ambassador which had wallowed .. The Vulcania, an Italian pas Leonardo da Vinci was the. this morning refused to take any action on the report,
helplessly in mountainous .. senger liner 'was assigned to first rescue ship to reach the I which arrived f LQlre "
yesterday MmmumHiOiiimvimiMiiimiitmmi iii 3 +. w, Atita
North Atlantic seas foi r search for the rafts and any Ambassador. After reportingthat The ended a y1ArC.DNd't
meeting only
over 24 hours. other survivors Two aircraft she was unsuccessful in I after a long distance phone W. Haven s Imo' seal PvL
The Fruen, a Norweglar I new search patterns hampered attempts to pick up aurvivorlbecause call to Dr James Watten-
freighter secured a line to the! by a low clouds. of heavy seas, the Da barger director of the Division .
derelict shortly before 9am. Forty-knot winds and 25.foot Vinci continued to New York of Junior Colleges for I Officials I

(EST), and removed three! seas complicated the rescue er- when the Fruuen arrived. the State Department of Education -
crewmen the Coast Guard re. orts. Without power or operable I who headed the sur Elated
ported. The 443-foot Ambassador, pumps, the Ambassador floundered vey team
4 To I Still AboardFour carrying grain from Philadel- helplessly the CoastGuard
r Action Not Binding
to six men still wereported re to'England sent out in said. By JOHN CARROLL a
aboard the"Milk wh'.1! ;I lphla> easy a Her dls-I The 7,308.on vessel had radioed < Board i'. torney C. A Boa Ledger Staff Writer

was listing at 50 degrees. tress signal said her engines. four minutes after th emember wIll who along' with board WINTER HAVEN-The City ero taw aw, & Jwta..t..4..ait i J
Other members of the 35m.rcrew I were disabled order: "Pumps can't Wendell Watson talked Commission meeting interrupted
was
abandoned ship url)r Unable to maneuver In the overflow of water in engine I with Wattenbarger quoted
Tuesday afternoon as sea watei. raging storm the Ambassador room. Actual condition of the him as saying "This particu this morning by a
crept higher in her engine! was pounded by thundering sea very dangerous. Have no Jar report only approved one telephone call from Barlow Only Site Approved For College

room. Their fate was not t t waves' which crushed in her lights. Oil flooding engine site" as being eligible for announcing that the Winter
known. forward hatch and flooded her room." state funds for construction. Haven Golf Course had been This mop of tho "orth.... quadrant .f Wlnror H."." howl tho locotioH of the Wlnttr Hares

The Coast Guard Cutter COOl I engine spaces. About seven The Ambassador is owned by Boswell opined "This action selected as the site for the Golf COlI" ., which a itoto survey teens .pp'o",." 01 Iho only acceptable site ol those offoroJ for
Bay directing the search and I hours after the SOS the abandon the Hall Bros Steamship Co. is not binding. The board can proposed Polk County Junior the ptrmononf location of the Polk County Junior Coli.... Th. loom's rocommondotloit wee rood
rescue effort some 660 mile I ship order was given of Britain. reopen the question and re College. *o the school baud .t a special Miilon this morning, but beard mombon. took no octlon ." thertporl
quest another survey .
The commissioners Immediately
"1 see It as a veto matter

Rep. Haley Bartow To Honor where be minds a ."the Joint final meeting action of has the to very erected happy"announced here the college they "were wouldbe Supt. Boone Baker Refuses

Money for the college will\
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which turned
The
report be appropriated 1965legislature Will SeekReElection I
down five other sites Inspectedby ::r.dhe
and available
Holland Tomorrow the team February
7th Term 4, summarized survey the conclusionsof in the 1966 budget. Probers RecordsWASHINGTON

II II the committee as follows.: Mayor Richard Dantzler said
that offers are now open for
Congressman James A. BARTOW- Motorcades and plane he is scheduled to be Haven Site Ready land for S. Boone
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a new golf course to BARTOW-Shelley
Haley of Sarasota announced Winter Haven site (APFormerSenate committee with conducting "a
chartered buses are scheduledto accompanied by Sen. RichardB 1 -The replace the 18.hole that
Tuesday In Tallahassee that layout veteran educator and school aide Bobby Baker Invoked legislative trial" of Baker who

of
several hundred visitors Russell Georgia, a long Is ready for use as a Junior will be the homeof
he would seek re-election to bring time friend of Holland college campus with only minor the permanent administrator today declared the 5th Amendment and resigned under fire last Oct 7
the House of Representatives, to Bartow tomorrow for site development necessary two-year college. himself a candidate for reelection other constitutional protections as secretary to the Senate's
Proclaimed
a poet he has held for 12 the Spessard L. Holland Appreciation Day Major expenditures for Two Offers Made to the Superintendentof today and refused to give Senate Democratic majority

years The representative from Day.C. Bartow Mayor Cecil Moore providing water, sewerage Commissioner Thomas Turn- Public Instruction post to Investigators his records or He said he had advised the
Florida's 7th Congressional C. Street executive director has issued a proclomation declaring clearing, grading and or excess bull said that two concrete answer any of their questions. committee In advance that Bak.
District filed his qualifyingfee the day "Holland Appreciation which he was elected in 1960 had been would the
of the Chamber of which would be necessary offers of land for a new golf Baker's records er not produce records
with the Secretary of Commerce, which is sponsoring Day in appreciationof on all other sites wouldbe co se have already been In his formal announcementof subpoenaed by the Senate Rules documents and memo
State's office in the capital the event, said he has the many valuable contributions eliminated. made. One site being offered candidacy the year-old Committee which Is investigat oranda called for In its subpoena
prior to announcing his candidacy made by the Honor. "2.-The Winter Haven site donation the Is ing his outside business ac- .
been notified a motorcade of as a to city Boone stated, "I am gratefulto
Haley is a Democrat able Spessard L. Holland to tivites while employed by the The committe Is investigating
at least 25 cars will drive here the greater welfare of the citizens Is located more nearly In the located east of Winter Haven the citizens of this countyfor
The veteran legislator will from the Miami Senate. whether Baker's businessand
seek his seventh term in office area. of Bartow, the state of (Turn to Page 0. Column 4)) (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) the privilege of serving in The 35-year-old onetime Senate financial transactions whilehe
Street added that an Intercity Florida and the United Statea the interest of public education
from a district made up of page boy showed up with was on the Senate pay roll
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bus has chartered in
Har- of America as your superintendent While records but with two 600 conflicted with
Sarasota, Manatee Polk out the at $19. a year
dee DeSoto Charlotte, Highlands Broward County and delegations Climax of the day will\ be a Residents FleeingQuakeRacked I have missed the more direct lawyers his official duties or Involved
are being formed in other
and Okeechobee coun buffet aupper schedule for pupil-teacher relationship with other improprieties.
ties. parts of the state. 6;30 o'clock at the big hangarof the youth of the county efforts Baker Testifies Hour After a closed meeting of the

Haley announced that FrankD. Also, when Holland. Flor the Bartow Air Ba... The toward improved Instruction Baker was with the committee committee Tuesday, McLendonsaid
ida's senior citizen arrives by event will start at 5 with Isle have been centered
Henderson of Bartow p.m. in a closed session for he thought public hearings
would be his campaign treasurer the formation of a motorcadeto around this relationship more than an hour. When he could be concluded In less thana
and that the Citrus and RegistrationBooks escort Holland to the AirBase "The results of these efforts and his lawyers came out they month
ANGRA DO HEROISMO, intense on western Sao Jorge have been rewarding as I've tn\A crowd e\9 newsmen 4flm
Bartow was
Chemical Bank of
designated as his official campaign To Leave At 8 p.m., the Bartow High Azores (AP-A mercy fleet About 20,000 islanders call Sao seen an ever increasing student med;; 1 In a Senate .c" ildort Books
depository The Congressman's School Band will\ present a from five nations brought more Jorge home. It Is an elongated population more adequately Baker's stand Kennedy
official district Precincts concert.An than 1,000 dazed and shocked island, 34 miles long and about housed facilities you With Baker standing at his MailedThe
office also is In Bartow FridayBARTOW after-supper program Is refugees to Angra today from l'/i miles wide. have provided. side before TV cameras, attor Being
scheduled for 7:30: pm Both the earthquake devastation of Tremors also were felt Tues Advances Cited ney Edward Bennett Williams Ledger has received
Advocate For EconomyThe Supervisor of Holland and Russell are scheduled Sao Jorge Island day night on Terceira and else said he and Boris Kastelanetz' another shipment of "The
Sarasota lawmaker a Registration Blanche M Work to speak during this program U.S., Norwegian, British, where in the mountainous 'With knowledge of future New York tax lawyer had Torch Is Passed" the Associ
former president of the Ring- today reminded Polk County'lpotential Italian and Yugoslav ships Azores, a Portuguese possession plans for improvements in thecounty'a a advised the former Senate aide ated Press book on the assassination
ling Circus haa long been an voters who have not Holland Is expected to make shuttled back and forth over In the Atlantic 1000 miles elementary second waiving his constitutional of President Kennedy
outspoken advocate for economy reregistered that registration the formal announcement of the 20-mile stretch of water be- west of Lisbon. The quake ary, adult technical, vocational against rights .
in government and books will be removed from candidacy for the Senate seat and junior college educa be mailed
tween this island of Terceira waves have wrecked or damaged Williams charged the rules The volumes will
wasteful foreign aid various precinct offices after he has held since 1946 tional programs, I am challenged
against and Sao Jorge hundreds of homes on Sao beginning today, to per.
spending His important sen- Friday Refugees told of villages Jorge, but no casualties have to request the oppor sons who placed orders for

(Turn to Page 2, Column 8) After Friday persons desiring shaken to ruins and said been reported. (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) Sen. Kelly Fires them through The Ledger's
to vote In the May primaries
the air was thick with sulphur, Await Rescue circulation department
will\ have to registerat an indication that a new vol- Thousands of Sao Jorge In. Guns
the registration office in cano is building up on the habitants fled to a port at the First Big ---=="'rr --

Bartow or at the branch officein ocean floor east end of the island to await I
Lakeland Evacuation Halted removal. They feared the Of CampaignQUINCY Demands

58,000 Registered Page The evacuation operation was quakes, now in their sixth day, d kA For Progress
halted In the afternoon how would set off volcanic eruptionsthat i
Mrs Work said approximately Amusements ...,..,... 31 (AP-Firlng) the I
authorities believe would their
"because Island. .
destroy In
ever of hIs campaignfor i Pouring
registered 58,000 since persons the have Bridge .. ........... 16 the situation has become Telephone and telegraph com first governor big guns, Sen. Scott Kellyof I

began on Jan 22.registration This Business News ..,,.. 29 stable" said Cmdr Alvaro munications with Sao Jorge Lakeland said last night Demands are pouring In

is approximately 75 per cent Comics ................ 31.33 Cardoso, captain of the port of were shaky and reports from there would be no need for I, for the Ledger's giant
of the number of persons who Classified ......... 34-35 Angra. the stricken Island varied. Some 7 federal involvement in Flor j Decade for Decision Progress -
"Tremors are becoming said virtually the entire elected Edition, which will
were registered when the population ida's affairs if he were
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books erased. weaker and less frequent he of 20000 had assembledfor be published on March
were ............. 33 governor I
The rereglstration was Dear Abby added evacuation, other reports n the campaign trail after : 28, launching publication
brought about by the county DeathsEditorials. .................. 2 The refugees said the earthon put the number at about 7000. qualifying in Tallahassee yesterday I of a Saturday morning
commission's move to realignall ................ 4 the Azores island had been Gov Teotonio Machado Plies, Kelly hit at one of hia I edition by the Ledger
of the county's voting precincts Fulton Lewis Jr .... 5 rocking for four days and one whose distric Includes Terceira democratic opponents. Mayor I Orders for cop.ea of the
of them said the recurring and Sao said the quakes of Jacksonville, edition at 25 cents for a
Jorge Burns
Horoscope ................ 31 roy i or one dollar
To be eligible to register a quakes made it impossible to on Sao Jorge were "gettingworse Burna's statement Saturday single copy
person must be 21 years old. Radio. TV............. 332C27 sleep each minute" that reapportionmentcould I i for five may be placed

a resident of Florida for at Sports ... ............ Twenty tremors were regist- The Portuguese news agency be accomplished only I with the Ledger's circulation

least 12 months a resident of Weather .............. .. 6 ered by Azores authorities on ANI said the tremors on Sao by an outside influence. I department A couponon
Polk County for at least six Women's ........ .. .. 8-9 Sao Jorge during Tuesday Jorge were the result of a new <'I will insist that we meet Page 8 in today's edition
months and a citizen of the night volcano building up on the responsibilities of state government may be used.
JAMES Av HALEY United States. The quakes have been most ocean floor SHELLEY S. BOONE ," said Kelly.

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2 LAKELAND LEDGrR, Wednesday. Feb II. 1984 1 r Oswald's I Cuban Fishermen'sTrial Lakeland :Auto Tag Sales- .



Labor Leaders Stand MotherDefends Sells UtilityCertificates I I

I Starts Today '! Brisk

Firm In Wheat FightMIAMI HimNEW Reported

YORK AP) Mrs. I KEY WEST (AP) The behalf of Prime Minister HdelCastro's The City of Lakeland sold I Automobile sale were Included In the number of
first of 29 Cubans caught fish government tag .
,Mareucnte Oswald and the (96 million In revenue certificates as tags sold this year are 43 antique
this morning
BEACH (AP) Hodges statement was "the last ing In American water go on Fudge Caro denied a defense moving briskly and officials .
Labor leaders, m their first full refuge bf an Incompetent question "did I ee Kurvey: Os trial today In I showdown between motion to dismiss charge yesterday afternoon at expected II the tag agency license"that plates more, than we

sale row with President Jnlvn'! Gleason, In another Interview,, wald kill President Kennedy?" Cuba and florida. against the captains, and with' an average Interest rate of warned motorist there i* but said sold In previous years
son, vow will retreat denied his !drew sellout crowd of I Kin one day left to purchase their have ever
they not union Is trying to in a Fate of the defendants captains held ruling on charges againstthe 3.1072 per cent. -there must be a lot of antiquecars
from their boycott of U.S. wheat Ifluence foreign policy. 'to Town Hull last night'/ of four Cuban government crewmen. 1964 license plate "
of New
Kuhn, Loeb & Co, on the roads
shipment to the Soviet Union I New York Mark owned fishing trawlers At the tag agency lines were
Waiver Angers Labor attorney The defense contended the York, entered the low bid on with the lag agency
"There's nobody who inn Lane, whom Mrs Oswald has seized by the Coast Guard interest beginning to grow with promises But even
1963 Florida law under which the issue with a net
Die labor leader also art' Feb 2 off Florida's Tortugns of lunger al the dead- personnel as busy as they are
change this deal but me said retained to defend her deadson's Dry all federal cost over the 22-year life of growing
angry/ at Hodges because the Islands, In the handsof are charged usurps line Into its final day to there are phones to be answered
President Thomas W. mea son name, played a tape recording was factions and Is unconstitutional, the bonds of $4,053,372 moves .
of the International Umusliore- Maritime Administration, under of a Dallas woman who 72-year-old Judge Thomas morrow"They'll,
men' Union Tuesday "And I the Commerce Department,, claimed to have heard four to Caro of Criminal Court. In Havana the Cuban Confed- The certificates were sold be out in the street Some persons are still asking

will not back down." granted Continental Grain Co. i six shots fired at the site of The four and their 25 crew eration of Labor called a rally' to finance the largest utility. waiting In line tomorrow," an when the deadline Is One wom
waiver permitting more than 5(' Kennedy assassination Authorities men waived jury trial on today In protest of the fisher.men's expansion program In the history official remarked this morning. an called In this morning to ask
Gleason had the full support per cent foreign hipping Insist only three shots charge. of unlicensed fishingin detention, and In supportof of the municipality. Waiting In line outside Isn't how much her lag would be.

of AFL-CIO officials!! IndudlRgl Continental claimed It could were fired. lorlda water. The Cubans, Cuban worker discharged In Almost all of the nation's such a pleasant thought either, When the was told It wa goingto

President George Meany re 1 not find enough U.S. ships of the ; whose case has had repercussions the tightening of security at the leading Investment houses en. they said because It has rainedthe be more than last year she
jecting Johnson plea to ends I Me showed a photostat he said Guantanamo U. S, naval tered bids on the issue shock and said
right size at the right time and reaching to the U.S,_ naval Bay past few years on the dead expressed great
the boycott. I was of a parafin test on Oswald '
place base at Guantanamo Bay, base. Bid Exceptionally Low line date she would leave her car in her
hands and face The
Labor Altitude Harden test Cuba appeared In Havana Radio said seven Juveniles parking lot
good spirits
i Reynolds, who failed In ar woe negative on Oswald's face,'; who Official of the various fi. 28,171 Sold

Labor's attitude appeared to earlier attempt at a settlement,, Lane said, making it impossible a* they here.began their third weekin Cuba Instead were of being deported prosecuted to nanclal firm present at the "When they come up to get

harden In the face of renewed began a new round of cloned I for him to have fired the rifle I jail In the poaching case would bid opening slid that the Cityof their tags" the official remarked Rep. Haley

attempts it a settlement by conferences shots which killed Kennedy bemuse ,, Cubans Sing Songs tell the rally of their experiences Lakeland received an exceptionally "the money and the persons

Asst, Secretary of Labor James A spokesman for the maritime "when you fire a rifle the Strains of Cuban revolution. in American arrest low Interest rate were togging wet"So Will Seek

J, Reynolds, special emissary of unions Slid only Johnson' personal face is a lot closer to the gunpowder ary songs emanating from The broadcast said the boys on the bonds far 28,671 tags have been

the President. intervention could resolvelha than the hand." their second story "bullpen" were "mistreated, threatened The revenue certificate are sold but a check with last year's

Gleason and Paul Hill. I dispi/ie 1 Lane quoted gun experts who 'are heard occasionally In busy and harassed by agents of North to be delivered to Kuhn, Loeb record showed that during this 7th Term
dent of the AFl- IO'I prt'SI.// Gleason' longshoremen are said Oswald's cheap Italian car Whitehead Street below. American Imperialism." & Co not later than March 18. same period 27,482 tags had

Trades Department, insist that boycotting four foreign ships bine couldn have fired three Their meals, Including some Site of the rally was University Comptroller L. R, Shuman been sold. That puts this year' .. .. .I.. 11 .. .
at least half the wheat be scheduled for loading on the shots in such quick succession. Cuban dishes such a* error of Havana reported the following additional sale 811 tags behind last year' \- I. -

shipped In U.S. vesselsAll Gulf Coast with wheat sold tc He quoted another woman witness con polio (rice with chicken) bids on the bonds: A tag official remarked that /! '

claimed the Johnson ad. the Soviet Union by Continental, who described the man and always Cuban style coffee Kidder, Peabody & Co. & 'tale grow by about 1,000 each :: .

ministration had reneged on the The Continental tale involves with a revolver running away and bread, might be the envy of Supt. Boone Associates: 3,1198 per cent year" With that In mind, the

late President John F Ken. about $" million worth of grain. from slain Dallas policeman many In their food-scarce homeland with a net Interest cost of prospect for Handing In line lority on two ranking committees

nedy's promise that at least half Other export license issued by J. D Tippitt as "short, stocky Will SeekReElection S4,069,87b. for a long time tomorrow are Interior and Insular Affairs

the wheat would be transported the Commerce Departmentrould and bushv.haired," while Os One of the best known chefs First Boston Corp. & Associates good Official expect about 2- and the powerful Vet.

in American ships He demand. bring wheat sales to the wald, he said, was of medium in this Spanish-flavored city.':, : 3.1225 with a net In. 000.3,000 persons to pass throughthe erans Affairs Committee, I I.
ed that the federal governmentrenew Soviet Union In $400 million height slender and partly bald. Antolio (Big Boy) Placencla, is terest cost of $4,073,346 agency before the doors of great value to all Florida.He .
the pledge in writing, The New York meeting was the jail cook. swing shut/at 5 o'clock; tomorrow rank near the top of both
Smith, Barney & Co. Inc.
with the signatures of all Cjbl- The Cubans appeared neat afternoon. committee and is chairmanof
the left wing publication .
'sponsored by and & Co 3,1279 with
Blyth : a
British -- -' --- Affair
Actor Indian
Interior
net officers Involved.Compounding National Guardian and clean in court Tuesday the
net Interest cost of $4,080,417
the dispute Is mostly In the gray fishing fleet subcommittee, He also heads

the anger of Hall and t.leason Peter Sellers, I Before Lane about made Oswald's his case lIuiltwerl' uniforms they wore when captured ; Major louses Involved Winter Haven the subcommittee on .Veterans
questions Re election
at Secretary of Commerce Luther John Nuveen & Co., B. J Administration.
Hodges/ for accusing the Actress Married raised of law hv at David Rutgers llaber Uni, In their cells, where there is| tunity to contipue as your sup Van Ingen & Co., and White, Drive To Begin will move Haley into the upper

unions of Irving to make foreign professor no water rationing such as their enntendent Weld & Co.: 3.1469 with a net 20 per cent of House memo
polity, GUILDfORD England (AP) versity, and Staughton Lynd, detention caused at Guantanamo Boone, a Winter Haven rcsl interest cost of $4,105,137 bershlp in length of service
Hall In an interview, said Movie actor Peter Sellers and described as an historian and after Cuba cut off the dent, cited construction teacher For Heart Fund Just last week an unprece-
teach Yale Halsey, Stuart & Co.: 3.13499
Swedish actress Britt Eklund writer who will at supply from a river in reprisal, salaries and the junior college dented honor was accorded

were married In the Register next year they have been washing (their as three Important fieldsIn per cent with a net interest WINTER HAVEN Volun Haley in Congress In behalfof

HEMORRHOIDSFissures Office here today and were Then Mrs Oswald, dressed In I clothes which advancements have cost of SUIl8,59I1. teer workers will begin can his work for the Seneca

mobbed by a cheering crowd ol black with her gray hair pulled Their only visitors have been been made during his administration While the bids were submitted vassing their assigned neighbor- Indian Nation As chairmanof

Fistula end nearly 1,
other Rectal Diseases / black horn.rimmed spectacles, icka of the Czech Embassy In said, "that the newly constructed principals and associates, they donations. he had labored to work

successfully treated by Police escorted the couple told of her efforts to see President Washington and two New York facilities and increased represented proposals workedout The drive will continue out a fair and adequate com-

NON-SURGICAL from the scene after the wed. Johnson and to get the In. lawyers he hired for them on teacher salaries have led In association with the through Sunday which is Heart pensation for the Senecas

methods.NO ding vestigating commission headed to Improved Instruction. principal Investment houses In Sunday. when their treaty rights were

Sellers 36, a British comedystar by U.S, Chief Justice Earl War. "For the first time in several New York. Mrs. William B. Lemons Is violated by the construction I

LOSS OF TIME proposed to the year-old ren to permit Lane to defend), Haven Woman years, no 'double sessions'are "It was an exceptionally chairman of the Heart Sunday of a dam in upper New York
Drill little more than a week her son before it. being held in Polk County good bid by Kuhn Loeb & drive here. state
DR EARLE RABB by transatlantic telephone.lie said and printed, S(hools." Co.," Shuman said. "The relatively .
ago It had been Arrested On :
CLINIC N.D.Cs was In London, she was In said Mrs. Oswald, that she was)I Native Of Wauchula I low interest rate will

CV I 4110 W HIM "..." New York. They had met in "in the limeliGht and enjoying'It. '' I save the taxpayers of Lakeland -
London. Bigamy ChargeBARTOW Boone, who last fall was hundreds of thousands of [ I
-" awarded an honorary life dollars over the life of the lutuartetfWILLIAM
--
; 4&c.-.. _._:;....; _. _. :" WiMiir ; "If this is what it takes to membership in the Florida Issue." ,
come before the public I am An year-old Congress of PTA's, Is a native

i ,fq J. I. Thor going to be In the limelight" Winter Haven girl was arrested of Wauchula, is married and previous The utility Issue-$4.5 department's million last for HENRY WILT He is survived by his mother .

.Sorrow she said. "I cannot help my yesterday on a charge of .is the father of three children. the expansion of the Charles William Henry Wilt. 85, ol t Mrs. Alma Hunt Golden of Dundee .

; {'l Q'f son, he is gone. I accept the bigamy After doing undergraduatework Larsen Memorial Power Plant I Route 2, died yesterday at Arcadia ., : two sisters Miss Eliza :

; Williams'Flowers I fact that he Is gone, but the Deanna Teague, Haven at Santa Monica was sold at an average interest He was a native of Par beth Smith of Dundee and Mrs

I :, 1[ way that he Is gone I will never Trailer being held Park,In Winter county Haven jail In Is Junior College callf'j I rate of 3.48 per cent sons W. Va., and came to Lakeland W T. Bice of Lake of the Hills, '
accept. Miami and Columbia In 1922 from Appomattox. and a brother, Ray William
lieu of $500 bond.
\ At the start of the meeting It a sity, he earned his I He was a retired farmer and also of Lake of the Hills. '
was announced that New York Mr Teague was arrested and master' degrees at FlorIda I( HeldIn saw mill operator l\9 was a Funeral services will be held
: after her tint t husband, Negro
Pe tintr110rr University, which operates town Southern'College' He later member of the Old German at 3:30: o'clock tomorrow after

;1 r W/" 1'l"mt"Word I hall, had required the National leen Charles Road A. Moore Lakeland, 14r>7, Kath did post master's study at the Baptist Church. noon at the Ott-Laughlm Funeral
complained -
Guardian (o'post $25,000 against the sheriff's University of Florida I l In Alleged He is survived by four sons, Home chapel, with the Rev.
to
department
possible! damage: to the hall. that his wife Gainesville Herman of Florida City and Jack Thomas, pastor of the
was guiltyof
WILLIAMS'FLOWERS There wn no damage, onlya and Before taking over as SuperIntendent 'George, Roy and William H Jr., Dundee Baptist Temple, of

I lone picket with a sign Bug, Moore bigamy charged adultery.that in addition of Public Instruction :Threats {all of Lakeland; seven daughters which he was a member, officiating
that Mrs. Oswald ha was supervising principalfor i Mrs. Nellie Bryant of f Burial will be in Oak-
go
getting to being married to him, I
1043 S. Florida MU 6-1641 $ Winter Haven schools fortwo I Lakeland, Mrs. Mae Newson,
Day or Evening [home-and he stayed across the Mrs. Teague also is marriedto A 49-year-old Lakeland Negro lawn cemetery.
y years. Boone also has and Mrs. Ruth Sopensky both I Friends may call at the funeral
street. arrested
Harold was after
-rsraas':-'=-=ttltMrasrsaraatawnl6t-=="" ==. :: Ben-= :...:::::. :.-.Teague..:: =.:.:-- served ss principal of Lake today in the shortly Morrell Wing noon of of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Goldie, home tonight from 7 until

land High School and Haines Wistner of Grover Hill, Ohio,, 9 o'clock.
Lakeland General
after
School and Hospital Mrs Buford and Mrs.Pauline ., I
City High was a he allegedly made threats overa Sylvia I
classroom teacher at Auburn. Richardson, both of K. O. LOTT ,
dale for three years phone to nurses on duty. Salem, Va., and Mrs Lois Kmey BARTOW Kenneth O'Neal j

Boone, a Naval veteran of Lakeland police detective J. R. ; of Winter Haven: 32 grandchildren Lott, 61, of 1795 Mariposa Ave. I
World War II, presently is a "Carter said the Negro, .I. A. 48 greatgrandchildrenand died Tuesday afternoon in the

lieutenant commander in the Brown, 424 Bassadena Circle, six great-great-grandchildren Bartow Memorial Hospital wherehe

Q te Naval Reserve and a mem was taken into custody by a had been a patient for the
ber of the American legion. sheriff deputy who was at the Funeral services will be held past three days. Mr. Lott was in

Professionally, he is a member -, hospital at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon an automobile accident Saturday -
of the board of directorsof Carter related that Brown allegedly at the Old German Baptist night and was thought to

P the Florida Superintendents' called the hospital and Church, with burial In Socrum :be doing well when he died

e OSTI Association, a former state made threats over the phonein Cemetery The family has requested ;suddenly yesterdiy
president of Secondary Principals an attempt to get Brown's : that flowers be omitted i (I Mr. Lott was born In Elko,
a former director of the daughter released from the hospital Friends may call at the den:' S. C. and had been living in

I Florida Education Association I try.Morrison Funeral Home tomorrow 'I Bartow since 192B, moving here

and a member of the National Gun Noticed; I night from 7 until 91 from Williston, S. C. He was a
Education Association o'clock druggist and owner of the Wilson -
JRto A lay leader in the Methodist Nurses at the hospital saw Drug Store In Bartow Mr.

Church, he also I. a Brown when he entered the CLARENCE E, WEAVER: Lott was a member of the First

t member of the Winter Haven building and called the sheriff Clarence E (Buck) Weaver, Methodist Church, past president

atA Rotary Club and a past president I. : office and police department 62, of 418 South Kentucky Ave., of the Bartow Lions Club;

of the Haines City Rotary stating that they thought Brown died yesterday morning at Florida a member of the Florida State

i Club. was carrying a pistol when they Southern College, He wasa Pharmaceutical Association, and

noted a bulge In his pocket. native of Georgia and came I the lakeland Yacht and Country -
'i. A sheriff deputy arrived on here 22 years ago from Jacksonville Club.

,the scene while Brown was in He was employed as; Mr Lott Is survived by his
I W. HavenOfficials : a maintenance man for Morida Lott, Bar-
I a second floor phone booth The widow Mrs Gladys
deputy then proceeded to search Southern Collt'ge.IU tow; two daughters Mrs. Henry
1 ,
his widow
A11. .
'ay Brown Mrs Clarence Weaver, four;'I P Whidden Jr and Mrs. Charles
R. Losh both of Bartow two
Carter said the deputy discovered -
brothers O F. Weaver, A E.
Elated a .22 caliber automatic Weaver and James W. Weaver, step-children. W. C Fulton
*
Let our low-cost Auto Loan put you I pistol and disarmed Brown who all of Lakeland, and K. L. Frostproof, and Mrs. Helen

,r j in the driver's seat of a new or late- offered no resistance. Weaver of Jacksonville; and Yvonne one brother Fulton, George, Jacksonville B. Lott;,
The deputy then handed the several nieces and nephews.
'' model used car Financing car to patrolman W. D. Bartow, one lister, Mr*. Gordon
your -- 'r weapon Funeral service will be announced
Dawson, Charlotte N, C.; five
Helm who In turn handed the
'... here is quick and easy and saves yourd.m" weapon to Carter. Carter laidthe Home.by Gentry-Morrison Funeral -grandchildren

a considerable amount of cash between Lake Fanny and Lake weapon discharged accidently Services will be held tomorrow -

Jpea Smart off the Buckeye Road when he attempted to remove ANDREW KONNERTH at 2:30 o'clock at the First
Methodist Church with the Rev.
With Florida National Bank Auto The other site is east of the clip of bullets from the magazine WINTER HAVEN Funeral ,
a Ben E. Rider pastor, officiating
Winter Haven off the Dundee services for Andrew Konnerth.
Burial will be in Wildwood
Loan you can choose your car whereverthe Road and is being offered asa Brown was taken to the county 83, of 3006 Elm St NW. who Whidden Funeral

best deal or value is available. Visit donation by Dick Pope Sr, jail by the deputy. died Tuesday, will be held at, Cemetery.Home is in charge of arrangements -
J. Hunter Hyer and Carl Floyd the Ott-Liughlln Funeral Home
our loan deportment today for full who own the property. I SEGNI ON VISIT chapel: at 2 o'clock I tomorrow 1 .

details. Meanwhile, the present PARIS (AP) Italian President afternoon with the Rev. August I -
course will remain and arrived today -I RITES FOR MR BURROWS
open Antonio Segnl Bernthal pastor of the Grace'I
1 kept in playing condition until for a four-day visit to Lutheran Church, officiating. FORT MEADE Funeral

the new course is built, ;:France. I Friends may call at the chapel : services for Fred Tilden Burrows -
Check these "pluses"low Turnbull said of 30 North lanier St.
tonight from S until 9 o'clock. '
who found dead at his home
The commission also reap- JCITRUS SHIPMENTSI was
moneysaving bank rates pointed Burke Childs to the RANK C. GOLDEN Monday night, were to be held

recreation advisory board for I I HAVEN ,AP.-star Cltriu, 'this morning at Graveside in
: DUNDEE Frank Clayton
,, -
Prompt, courteous service tn.prr"an aun.u la a m port in Wildwood In Bartow
Cemetery
two years ,J Golden, 31, whose engagement I
d'Ps I "U'a"" ores roan, ,The Rev Lawerence Sthreahley
M N Convenient monthly payments Request Refused 1'MC: :17YY7 ai.m n: to Miss Gayle Long of Lake'land I'Jr, pastor of Fort Meade Presbyterian
announced last
NIt YaF --- was only
? The commission refused '; iawe Church was to officiate i-
XI
arequest Total l) i
e John Maddox Jr. ClimtrlM aal'In1 J Owl: 2MIfitiPlrs Sunday, died suddenly yesterday I A. M. Seigler Funeral
( by I S >3:>i loud at Cocoa Beach.
O Polk/ Oldest National Bank 87.III in of arrangements
County's JAS.O '. for a special rate for the purchase He was a native of Dundee Home was charge

/ :;. of water meter at his CATTLE AUCTIONS I and a graduate of flames City .
subdivision In Florence Villa.
High School, and for the past
a a The commission the
gave JACKSONVILLE 'AP' 81..d0
six had been employed,
Iron. .Ift marked Ir.dln' it years
.
I Winter Haven Jaycees permission Vuclon"tnukru> Turtdir .l In the personnel department of'
Dukes Steen
UnrlnncJ
: M dlND OkMchohr* And
to have concessionsand
"t Wrlxttr Rr.rlpll >l ( "'.r...... toldWmpar.d Pan American Airways He returned -I'
to be In charge of seat i 5no scata.umtrr. ...U.r Beach nx
I CI._ to Cocoa
With Trust Department Jlsf iji during ing along the the March parade 7 Florida route direr US fc..Par rhol mad<.. la IDO-NUO M M Ibl itudwd 195011 -I month ago from a tour of duty' Funeral Home
17 T5-11I
; Citrus Exposition parade, ... .,60M* load lI O-aoo Ib II 00- in Puerto Rico !
113 S. Tennessee Ave, 'rWeJShd9y 91 uo tundard noonuoCgw '
; The commission took no ac ,. UNIT, 14 ua-n no I 310 S Florida
BuS Itoa-lsso:
...." ,. y MaM.." PUOIRAL .PO.'T 'NIU.ANCI COCPOCATiONaosioa ; tins on appointing the second Caved> clood) JBO-8DO Ibl 90.90-94 00 'T ORNTOH ,
l s 00-33 00V
MIM"" / "ATIONAL scoop OF aaassa. alternate member to the plan >:.Vr< and 111.IM Ib ..1.! .. Good .MEMORI"L.HOME
ning board adding parkingat 9sea9ooo Undard JJ to J 8 00 ; Phone MU 2-3123
... .. /N.N ml fe ku/ AM,
the Winter Haven Hospitaland trMd50. -5W1.Nlu/ GO-n 00'H
1 tabled the city manager's I **M, .*. .V* tea aa 4JOMIr .MU''J1 ''
. service
"" .-- ambulance
on the Public Safety ,.
report
r M. 1400uooc -
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t oo ib .
4 budding ,rill the time bring nits ) ..down \. ......, W .

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r el at 1000 Longfellow Boulevard. the Rev C. M. Ward of Spring- J'
the Rev. Carl E. Callihan, col- field, Mo., minister for the international -
lege president, announced. radio crusade Re- ..:. 'I
Special services will be held vivaltime. NO DOWN PAYMENT .
", at 10:30 a m. and 7:30 p.m. Twelve colorful exhibits depicting t
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11:w j Burns Fire From Negro Flooded ApartmentsFire Heater \ \ S





caused by a flooded two-l!I Two responded to 4
burner kerosene heater, raced the art.actk: police L :1
through a family apartment'and sheriffs deputies aided in LT1TE : :i
house at 1M1( Kettles Ave. late.clearing traffic lanes 2
yesterday afternoon, extensively I Cumbee said that damage was
damaging the house and its "extensive" to both the house
furnishings.Fire and its furnishings.
Marshal C. W. Cumbee
said the blaze started In a room
rented to Negro Ephram Batts New EnglandJournalist 21" reel 18" Yard-Man
who, though totaly blind, knew 21" power rotaries power
that the heater had flooded and hand reel lawnmower
Dies Yard Man Yard Man
tried to drag It outside. mower mower
I Batts told Cumbee that he I lawn tractor
wasn't able to get the heater BOSTON (AP) Thomas P. ) .r.'t...).-. -.. 39.95Whisperquiet )
outside and that' when he Horgan Jr., 63. one of New England .14 9.n:; )-.)..)..
knew there was ,a fire He 's best known newspapermen 3hp., engine safety clutch cutting hon-
i shouted to the owner's son Leon died Tuesday. Morgan had and brake control
30" triple blade rotary mower magic The Yard-Man professional reel
Johnson, who ran through the,been with the Boston bureau of dies and pushes easier than any
handle for
apartment building and got other -The Associated Press for 36 heavy duty tansaxle with stick more. ,safety. and Sim.pie mower, for those who want extra other mower All steel frame
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April. Horgan, who was best '
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persons to see the smoke com "'AGENCJ09 ,
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s. TENNESSEE AVE.
hear Batts call. She was one of I PH. 611.4141 k r1
two persons to report the fire
to the fire department The other -,I $ a.M..nNn."_.?,a" Gf:)
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/ LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. Feb It. 1961 MELANCHOLY BABYVoice




I II r LEDGER EDITORIALS ,..... The Western Will


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I The Convention Center Study \\1\ iw1 Tested Anew


TOMORROW the convention study money, to be sure, but a convention -

committee of the city commission will center is an asset that brings moneyto By DAVID LAWRENCE

meet to give attention to informationthat a city on a continuing basis. 1MI WASHINGTON These his are
critical moments in world
has been obtained from a large The period of greater opportunity tory. They are not made less

number of Florida cities in regard to toward which Lakeland has been look. serious by the ceremonialsand

convention facilities. ing is here. Lakeland, it is apparenton cordial expressions of

every hand, has hit a new stride. friendship between the prime
The committee consisting of Chair- minister of Great Britain and
man R. H. Gibson, Wilbur Y. Wooten There is vigorous momentum. This \I, the President of the United

and W. J. Peterson is going about the stride must include an attractive, adequate States. For basic differences
convention center. between the major powers of
study in a systematic manner. This
The committee with mak- t the Western alliance\ are glowed
charged
study is being undertaken as a pre- I I'F it ; over In the diplomacy that
liminary move toward establishing an ing a convention center study and ao earnestly seeks to put the

adequate convention center that would making recommendations is a good t yf best face on disquieting facts.

committee. We believe it will be It was like this in the 1930',
bring more conventions to Lakelandand -
with farseeing too. Britain was eager for
ready soon challenging, -
larger conventions.The trade and almost up to the
recommendations that will merit
increasing popularity of Flor- ,.. t last few months of 1939, when
adoption. the war broke out, actually
ida as a convention state has broughton .
There was a time years ago when .M. i supplied Hitler with arms.
a highly competitive situation Lakeland was larger than Orlando. s Proposals for economic boy-
among Florida cities. Those that fore- cott mad e by President DAVID LAWRENCEing
Orlando did the things that were
% Franklin D. Roosevelt were
saw the opportunity and took
proper
necessary to get ahead fast. What rebuffed.

I steps several years ago are getting Orlando did attracted many new residents This Is not to imply that the United States government -

more and bigger conventions. much new money. any government In the com before the world.
Lakeland must compete much more munist bloc is necessarily Even ss Castro moved
Lakeland do those too.
can things, t '-I f planning war today, but certainly against the United States base
aggressively, and Lakeland must have
Lakeland is doing them, and the pres- the western wi1to\ in Cuba Moscow moved to
more extensive convention facilities if ent move to establish a convention ; fight Is being teated. For If mess up the situation in Cy

this is to be done with real success. center fits neatly into this pattern of the same ends can be obtainedby prus and in other parts of
A IA1tar the communists without a the world. The communist
convention center will cost 4
progress. war they will not hesitate to hand is In Ghana and other
increase their acts of aggression African "republics" which are
against and Infiltrationof slowly coming under commu-
Moored In The GulftLUlUlJIANS the countries of the free nist rule. There are signs that
. tprsau..e aloe world. Red China is attempting to

_____ ___ extend Its influence In Africa.
nave good reason to ergy Commission have figured aheadon CASTRO'S recent behaviorin Though outwardly Pelplng and

be especially interested in an atomic- that. The generator which has 20 Cuba Is a case In point, He Moscow debate the "dialec-
got a scare in 1962 when the tics" of their complicated phil-
station
weather
powered now snugly pounds of strontium titanate as fuel
late President Kennedy mobilized osophy, they are In fact operating -
moored in the Gulf of Mexico at a spot was designed to withstand rammingby American m Iii tar y behind the scenes with

350 miles south of New Orleans. a 20,000 ton ship traveling as fastas [ of the forces and demanded that Soviet coincident measures of sub-

For it is to give early warning of 20 knots. It is 22 inches in diameterand People the missiles Cuban be dictator removed.doesn'tknow But version the world.aimed at other partsof

34 and one-half inches and
hurricanes.It high today whether President The Moscow alliance with

has just been placed there by the with the shielding, weighs 4,600 pounds. I This Is The J Johnson will\ be equally reso Castro has resulted in attempts
Coast Guard and is giving out data for In addition to supplying power for I=- ) Ledger's Opinion Page-- lute. By cutting off the water to take over Venezu

the transmission of weather ela. Investigating committeesof
information
two minutes and twenty seconds '
every the generator is also used to This tutorial pope effort the nowipopor'l wit Intent *n mottoro. el currant Intornt in the inter-American organizations
lighta
three hours and it has
details
discovered the
enough have

powerto editorial column It wtlccmn the (pinions. ., roodor In the Vole. .! the '..pl. Column lottort mutt. --
operate on its own for 10 years. navigational beacon for use by pass .. |.>.d end boor the wrlf,'. .dd...., but ........ will b. withheld upon '.41...... A 'lottor should not of the plots. But the
United States has
Placed there as a permanent station ing ships. ..c.ed| 250 words, and pastry eonnot .. mod. Th. Lodfor ,...,... tho ,I.htK'/ soy latter or apparently

it is intended to be a forerunner of a The fuel is a waste product of nuclear ihorton It. Oplnloni columniitt. and other contributor. .".., oltowhoro on this peg. Cuban supply regime at Guantanamo put the new the adopted marked a policy only of by acquiescence a few-
reactors and is sealed in
worldwide network of unattended special president to a first test and formal protests.
weather stations.It high-strength corrosion-resistant metal In DefenseOf homes to be proud of. Where Prayer out of our public found that there was no military
which the AEC says will keep the fuel would Cape Coral, Port Charlotte schools, why can't a course be reprisal. TIlE TRUTH Is, however

is radioing air temperature baro- safely enclosed for at least 500 years. Del Webb Sun City Justto substituted a few minutes each Denying water to the base that Castro Is strengtheninghis
metric wind and direc- TouristsEDITOR was of course, a hostile act economy, and England,
speed
pressure
Earlier weather stations were mention a few, be if it were day In school teaching all ages
pow- Canada and France are to a
by Castro. It was, Indeed, a
tion and water temperature. During ered by batteries that had to be re- not for the tourist and his kindness to animals? flagrant disregard of the practical certain 'extent helping him

severe weather, a storm sensor will set charged every six months, whereas this : In reply to "Tax money? So many adults do not pro.vide side of America's treaty by selling him goods.
Weary, (Feb. 10 Ledger) I
off hourly transmissions.The new station can serve through 10 annual believe he is more than weary. Why are the new deluxe golf proper shelter or food for with Cuba which permits the Some of the evidences mood in of the the

station is called a NOMAD station hurricane seasons without a re- He seems to feel that the tour by Interstate 4, its new deluxe their animals, many puppiesand United States to use Guantanamo appeasement the
as a naval base. The West are coming to sur
( ists are spongers motel, the Ramada Motel, the kittens are left to starveor
Navy Oceanographic Meterological charging.True Washington face. The British prime minister
government reacted
Lake Parker
new Apartmentsand
Automatic Device and Let me state a few facts for given to children who the British -
consists ofa are asserts
) this amazing new station can'tdo him to ponder. Where would others being plannedtodraw merely by providing an- publicly
boat 10 not taught to be kind to them. other of intentiqn _to trade with
feet by 20 feet meteorological anything about the weather but report Florida be without the tourist tourists. source water'aupply credits to
extend
equipment electronic! apparatus and it every three hours, or every hour, ? A large percentage of Yes, Tax Weary, you could Recently five or six little outside was a lost Cuba.opportunity.But the episode Up to Cuba Russia.and To remove discon
boys, first or second graders
the the of Florida do harm with attacks
power supply. depending on weather conditions but people came more threw rocks at a lovely half- that time there had been no tent rather than to let the
here from other like than the chamberof
Suppose a big ship comes along and that will states. They yours overt threat theAmerlc.n discontent remain and grow,
be against
a big help-and for 10 bought homes, cars, appliances commerce can do good in grown kitten who was on its
crashes into the station. What then? own porch hitting it betweenthe naval base. Whena Is hardly the way to promote
years running without any more atten- insurance, groceries, services a month of hard work. threat revolution inside a country.
The Navy and the U.S. Atomic En- tion. of all types, plus transfer Let me add, I know whereof covered eyes.with Its blood little and face a deep was United States was openly turned made away the instead The biggest single danger of

ring bank accounts when they I speak. I spent nine wintersin of insisting that the a third world war is in a
hole where the stone hit, alsoa
moved here. Florida before I moved water be provided and warn miscalculation by the enemy.In .
knot of its head.
More Prior to moving they spent here three years ago. I have This big happened on top three weeks ing that, if this was not done 1938, the appeasement at
. Worry For Smokers winters here paying a sales spent several thousands of dollars His face is Improvingand American troops would be or- Munich was misconstrued by
tax on high winter rentals of in akeland. I transferredmy ago. dered to seize the pumping Hitler as a sign of weakness
THE CONSIDERABLE number of reports against any smoking, they homes motels hotels. They banking to Lakeland. down.the knot Is starting to go station and thus provide the on the part of Western gov\
.
people who shifted from cigarettes to make such attractions as Silver Yes, without people comingto base with the water to whichit ernments. The clamor todayin
simply can't enjoy their and Gardens I called the police but these
cigars Springs Cypress visit then live, in Florida, was entitled If the treaty Europe and Canada for an
and after the Federal
cigars pipes report Bok the Passion kids don't pass here any more.I and
pipes as much. Tower Play it might still be a state of insects was to be observed In good entente with Red China
was issued now find that their and the many others possible. snakes, gat 0 r sand made a mistake and let outa faith. the open encouragement be-
worries are not over. If it were not for tourists swamps instead of the fine, yell at them.If ing given by France to the

In the wake of the report against there would be very little taxes progressive, beautiful, friendly classes were started locally THE LACK of resolutenessIn Communist Chinese strike a
The Big PushFLORIDA'S from horse and dog races, as state it is. eventually the Idea might the White House and State sympathetic chord with the
cigarette smoking are now coming well as Jal alal. Without these spread and could save a lot of Department must have made appeasement-minded In this

warning statements from medical taxes you would pay much WILLIAM D. SCOTT suffering, especially\ amongour a deep impression on Castro country.
scientists that cigars and pipes can big quadrennial political higher school and property cat and dog population. and on his advisers, especially It is declared that a new
cause cancer of the mouth throat and push began in earnest in Tallahassee taxes. You complained of car They are wonderful friends those In Moscow. For If it era is at hand an era
,
yesterday in an. official way. It plate taxes going up. They KindnessTo even when misused.I Is assumed that the United in which the facts of an en-

lips. was the opening day for candidates for went up 50 per cent on mobile hope someone with influence States will accept such acts emy's conquests must be rec
There had been such warning all homes and trailer tags. These AnimalsEDITOR will get this badly needed of aggression rather than take ognized. Such a course is
along, of course but it is much more state and national offices to qualify, units are bought and in many project started. While no any military action In an synonymous with surrender
emphatic now. and nearly :200! were seeking to qualify.It cases by northern people, with substitute for the Bible, It area only 90 miles away from It gives the enemy. Including
was a bit of that tourist dollars. Drive around : If a few people would be a great act of kind the shores of this country, Castro grounds for believingthat
:Most smokers probably will go merry jostling Lakeland and see the huge could get the Supreme Courtto ness and love, wick Is of God.I. then additional steps might be further steps can be taken
right on smoking dreading even to took place there in the elections division amount of money the tourist oust the badly needed readIng risked by the communists as without risk of retaliation by

think about giving up the habit. Quitea of the office of Secretary of has Invested in making these of the Bible and the Lord's O. ROSE a means of further bumillat- military force.

few have been heard to say some almost State as the candidates converged on

defiantly that they prefer to the spot, among them Lakeland's gu-'

live a few years less than to live longer bernatorial candidate, State Senator First Look Into Hell Is Recalledthem.

and be without the enjoyment they Scott Kelly.

get from smoking. Henceforth, the candidates won't

Still these grim reports from the have to be evasive as to whether theyare By RALPH McGILL Ills arms were pin- never forgotten him. My second allowed to give her an In- Thereafter I saw others.

medical scientists have taken the edge candidates or expect to be candi- Publisher of The pricked with black spots with was a young woman. She jection. We watched in sick But they were mostly fardowntheIadder
Atlanta Constitution here and there an infected one. was fashionably dressed. She
dates. in the avowed fascination again as she
They're was
off enjoyment for many smokers. openly A news item stirred a memo gave evidence of good family. types with
The average smoker thinks about category now, and the running from TO ONE standing there In Police caught her shoplifting.She held still\ by a police matron, blackened spoons and make-

quitting then goes on smoking figur- now through the primaries wUl be a oryJuvenile crime, the FBI in- the corridor of the stinkingrow was not too scared, but her silly, loose hysterical, shift needles. And I never sawa

ing hopefully that he will be fortunate roaring stampede.The forms us, increased last year.A of cells, which reeked of nervous. That seemed routine running mixture of laughterand great many.
substantial segment of this disinfectant I poured and for a young woman in a weeping filling the silent There is no ready answer.
enough to get by without being harm- familiar season of handshaking growth was in rural areas. In mopped in a futile effort to cell. She asked me about a cell room reserved for women Addiction grows because the

ed too much. and speech-making is at hand. The the cities narcotic addiction keep down roaches and poverty lawyer and I telephoned one who were not obvious police population, poverty, unemployment
Those who shifted to cigars and candidates won't be able to get around was a problem. Of all the and unwashed bodies, the who came down. They had a characters. Then her lawyer and delinquency grow.
of habit narcotics spectacle was something like talk. went down and made a cash Here
horrors are again we see man
after the Federal felt and all the like
pipes report see people they'd to
the worst. looking into a hell on earth. bond and she, calm and sub- against himself and it Is
right proud of themselves for having see but they'll do their best and Soon after I started as an The sergeant on duty showedme WITHW three hours she was dued, left with him. more pitiful when man Is

heeded the warning about cigarettes. their best is sure to make for an inter- assistant cub to the police reporter what they had taken from hysterical. She went to pieces He told me later that she young and at the outset of

Now, with the succession of medical esting season of politicking.A in Nashville Tenn., 1 him. There was an eyedropper before our eyes. About two was the daughter of a well life. We grope for answers to
saw my first narcotic addict. which has a hypodermic hours later her lawyer showedup known middle Tennessee fam- ourselves and the cumulativeIlls

THOUGHT-Training us to renounce Irreligion and worldly passions and to live sober, He was In the city Jail, lyingon needle attached to I It by string with a doctor, who was ily. of society

upright and godly lives in this world.-Titus 2:12.LAIELAND: the plank bench which and adhesive tape. There wasa
served as bed and seat in the teaspoon with a bent handle.
cell. It was a hot summer There was a small tin box in Potomac
FeverBy
day. He had on a pair ofpants. which were four cubes which
LEDGER looked very much like small\
marshmallows. This was
a "dope". The sergeant explained FLETCHER KNEBELAs
.- how addicts used it. between himself and Margaret Chase Smith in the New Hampshire

OA.DN.a Publ.H.r| JOHN v.n eowus.. V HI.XARR1a0N. ,0,*. They cut off a small\ portionof primary, Gov. Rockefeller adopts a tolerant sporting attitude. AU he says Is,
..
Imperial J I Polk County PwMMI CLIVI H"*AMWorld's '*'M( O Jr., ."M n>ginoIdtori Idton it and dissolved it in waterIn 'May best man win."
!IIIII ,
Citrus Center r Dirtttori OOO CMftlIl POWII.L HUNT dv rt.lir Audi- He was wet with sweat the teaspoon. Then a match *

le" R'CH".D. ..... nUalaYr Croula{ that looked like slime. I remember was struck under it to warmIt. Goldwater
ben M yet how the dull Then the crude hypo was Russia Barry and the T.V.A.wants to invade Cuba to say nothing of Asia, Africa

lights of the cell row reflect used to inject it in the arm.

The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-68G-l1SI ed from It. His skin was yel Ik-
lowish. His stomach and THEY LET the poor devil Henry Ford II's divorce settlement reportedly cost $16,000,000. That's en
I chest went heavily up and take the cold turkey cure. Ho awful lot of hubcaps.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES II around for days, and at
was
I down with his slow, tortured *
0.. V.., .. ..... . $1080 Ono Month . . . SI.7S I exhausted breathing. It moved last could sit up weak and

Sis Month .. . $10.40 W..k . . .. .40 I ITh. like a slow bellows. The color sick and push away the jail Who Eisenhower the will serve as a TV commentator at the political conventions.
his food of.bologna and beans. says administration's re-training program isn't working?
... Month .. ., $ 520 Svndoy Only Y.., . $7.10 :belly the looked skin over something agonized like' We reporters sent out daily *

'1 a big lizard's The action of for soup from the nearby cafe fascination 1st Washingtonian: "Say, all the lights are out at the White House!" 2nd:
watched In
Pvbllihod flornooni asap Soturdoy ...d on Sunday morning by Ickoland. Ntwipopor Corp.Lokolond I it was also about the same and hypnotic "Yeah, the President Is working late tonight.
it his
He moaning and biting as he sipped at ,
was
Florida SJ802 : *
his lips. There was dried cheeks sunken and unshaven,
1 blood and a dull scum of dir his thin fingers trembling. Professor Goldman's job as LBJ's thinking man doesn't sound too pleasant.

ty 1I I gray saliva coated about That was my first. I have Imagine having your boss greet you every day by asking "What's the big idea




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Texans WASHINGTON Hear REPORT CrackOf II Experiment In Trusting Accused Men Working Well I



By CHARLES L. WEST Telephone calls quickly verified the experiment. Only 15, lest

Johnson's WhipBy I NEW YORK AP-Upon m the Information given by than 1 per cent, failed to show
more tall than their promise ti the actor and the Puerto Rlcan up for trial.
for trial accused bur
return ,
assaulter "and robber Then began the tally-4) to 3 Louis Schweitzer, a former
glan,
FULTON LEWIS, JR. chairman of the Texas Gold. are walking free from the CrimInal point In each category accordIng chemical engineering Industrial)
WASHINGTON The Pres.Idential water for President Committee. Court of Manhattan eve ry to a let scale for the classification 1st, established the foundationIn
whip hal cracked He says: of answers given to a 1961.
day.And few simple questions A total orS Last month, with a from
hard across the back of the "This power play demonstrates 99 per cent of them keej grant
Texas Democratic Party and once again that the their word. _. point earn a recommend the Ford Foundation, a similar
s Mt lion for release without ball. started In
jubilant Republican see vic project WashingtonMore
Democratic Party is controlled This la the work of the Manhattan t
tory ahead. ,"'" by Eastern liberal. and Bail Project a 2ytar a, Both the actor and the Puerto recently, the Hawley Welfare )-
President '! labor and also the politicalfact old experiment in pre-trial parole Rican qualified.The foundation financed the beginning

Johnson inter-1 that Johnson Is going to actor, booked for a stage of a program In Del

vened a fort have to be even more liberal It grew from a retired Indus role In the Midwest after three Moines, Iowa.

night ago to than Kennedy to get the big trial ist'a conviction that the con months of unemployment, pleaded A committee of the AmericanBar
"bring order"to wyt t city Northern Slates"DEMOCRATS In Association haa begun re
cept of innocent until prover L guilty hope of a sentence
the state'sfeuding .scoff at the guilty mean no man shout y which wouldn't Interfere with lated study In Baltimore Boston .

Democratic '" Idea that Republican. will languish in jail solely becaust the job soon to start He re- Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles .
organllatlon. gain much because of the he is too poor to pay a profes- ceived a suspended sentence Miami, Minneapolis New
He I Johnson intervention. "Feel slonal ball bondsman for his re 6p Puerto Rican Released Orleans, Philadelphia, St. Louis'
knocked heads! ings are a little bruised right lease. and San Francisco.
together, c a s f now," One Democrat con. The result have caused tour t t The Puerto Rican was re -- ---- -

j Joled 1 and LEWIS cedes, "but we'll get over it. 1 t leased by a Judge who accepted Complete
threatened and Things would be a lot worse c ? the recommendation, as the INSURANCESIRVIC.
,
prevented a primary battle if Kilgore and Yarborough Police Slayer Maa. arraignment judges do In 70

that might have cost Ralph tore each other up In the primary per cent of the cases. He and I
Yarborough, the Incumbent ." 5 t ,. aajtM > 19 other defendants that day Lester Upihaw,
Senator, renomination. On the Republican side, four Sentenced To Die 1rt joined tome 1,600 persona who Inc. :.::.=
...
Yarborough, an ultra-liberal GOP candidates are fightingfor owe their pre-trial freedom to pea *. Twin. Au. Wi. mi

and old Johnson foe, was the nomination. They are: By Jersey Court
aaved when the Chief Execu George Bush, youthful oil man
tive "convinced" Rep Joe and of former Connecticut -
son KACKENSACK, N. I, Ml "
Kllgore not to enter the Senatorial Senator Prescott Bush; Thomas Trantlno, 26-year-old ex WHAT IS A "CONDOMINIUM?
primary. Robert Morris, who lost a New e
convict face death In NeJersey's
Kilgore, a conservative, had Jersey Senate bid in I960; electric chair for the w s Some frequently asked Questionsand
announced that he would not Cox unsuccessful
Jack gubernatorial
murder of two LodI policemen,
run for a sixth term in the candidate in 1962: ; their AnswersQ.
House He had won support and Dr. Milton Davia, who Is A verdict of first degree murder THIIR WORD IS THEIR BOND-A Manhattan. Ball Project InUrvlaw.r questions. a ,rlunr r
from Gov. John Connally for little known and given slight with no recommendation'or I In a New York City jell detention pen In ... steer? to determine' whether he would be a candidate What does Cen-da-mln-lum. awnenhlp mean?

his Senatorial race. He had chance for victory in the May mercy was returned against t for releet from 'rl..n without payment af ball Some 14,000 ,....0... have been. granted '..-.rI.1 A Condominium It a plan of ownership!>>, applied to multi-unit
raised funds and set up an primary. Trantlno last night by a Bergen, freedom. merely an their premise that they WIN return far trial. Mara then 9V per cent. kept their apartment bulldingi, whereby each oportment purchaser
organization. Then Johnson County court jury that deliberated ward entered the picture, convincedthat The President likes to remind more than seven hours houte or dOTtl; real estate, buyer racelvei il a Warranty
a primary battle would Negroes .that he steered The Jury foreman, Mrs. Jeanette -. officials and lawyer all over off narcotic almost year, but es, murders, rape and sex offenses Deed Insurance Policy. In addition, buyer facilities owns,
land and
hit share of the
harm the party and directly through Congress the only civil Geek of Bergenfield, low America to take notice. his physical condition said otherwise. Involving children SomE. proportional community

affect his chances for November rights bills enacted since ered her voice a* she read the The operation of this test of The questioner faked 40 per cent of the defendant;: Q. How does this differ from ca-aparetlve' ?

victory. Reconstruction. verdict and it was uncertain at bail reform, a joint venture of the remainder of the interview Vera questions are t urn e d I A. In the usual co-operative plan oil tha "buyer" owns It a
SOURCES close to Kilgore The first of these two was first if the jury had recommended the private Vera Foundationand for Vera refuses narcotics can down I membership-share in a corporation which owns the apart.ment ,
tell the story The Congressman passed In 1957, the second in mercy. the New York University building and the land; and In token of hit member-
was informed that Johnson 1960. Several months before Trantlno, nicknamed Rabbi School of Law, Is simple thip-, \hore he n permitted to occupy on oportment owned
could "cut off" his cam- passage of the first bill, John- Tom, stood motionless as Mrs One recent morning, a groupof THE SHOE by the corporation, of which ha It a stockholder

paign financing and "handle"the son assured a Virginia Demo Geek read the verdict The law students or new graduates Q. Why I li Ceedeminlum.wn.rsbip, ktrtorr1A .
Texas newspapers. The crat that he had no intentionof only noticeable reaction came male and female, stood WITH
message was clear: if Kllgore "supporting the so-called from relatives of the two clam outside the courtroom detention BABY WAYS If the co-op corporation foils to pay Its mortgage payments, s
Johnson would assure his bill for civil rights legislationnow officers, Detective Peter or Its tones, or li otherwise, In debt the stockholder might
ran Sgt.
pen Behind bars-some scared, find hit share worthiest, or toddled with additional 0.....-
"
defeat. before Congress. Voto, 40, and Probationary Patrolman some hung over and some shah, Ready for first sUps. menu, and ha might be obliged to vacate his' oportment If
Gov. Connally, a longtime In that letter, LBJ said the Gary Tedesco, 21. leg from narcotics withdrawal- Soft leather to hold little f the corporation it foreclosed against.'
.
associate of the President, rights bill endorsed by Pres- Judge Joseph W. Marlnt then were men arrested during the feet gently Firm leather I In a Condominium' each Individual apartment owner
was so upset by the threat. ident Eisenhower "is one to read the verdict again no' and awaiting arraign a .
night
sole Reinforcement may place hit own mortgage on hit own apartment, If he
and blackmail that he report. which I am very much opposed recommendation for mercy and ment. I ,' ) chooses, but ha It liable' only for hit Individual 1 obligation,
edly considered quitting politics as I do not believe it in automatic death penalty. One, an unemployed actor, stitching and only hit own tapes H. it NOT responsible for the d.
for good. His friendshipof would"advance any legitimate Judge Marini set sentencing for who had taken a swing at a p0- ir fault of th. developer' or of the other oportment owner.,
many years with Johnson cause. Feb 28.Trantlno. +
talked with
lineman, a pretty
is reported near the breaking ACCORDING to the Nation. ( the and of' Individual
of Brooklyn, N.Y., woman who took notes about Enjoy safety security
at Association for the Advance -
point. and Frank Falco, 23, of New his residence, employment, \
Conservative Democrats are ment of Colored People, John- Condominium ownership at
York, were accused of gunning family ties and police record.A i
said to be seething The Dallas son voted against strong civil
News has 21 of 29 down Voto and Tedesco last step away along the .. ..
Morning predicted rights legislation out .
..
Aug. 26 In the Angel LoungeIn -,...
20 foot barred face of the pen,
that Johnson's "labor-in times between 1945 and 1960. LAKELAND
backfire and occasions Johnson Lodl. an Interviewer questioned a HA B UR
spired move may On those Falco, surprised by New York M ate WawY e0
Puerto Rican truck driver accused -, ,
perhaps put a second Republican voted against anti-lynching
police while sleeping! In a Manhattan malicious mischief, CON DO M, iu
the Senate from Tex legislation of
in legislation, anti-poll-tax j I
hotel two days later, resisted 4
..." against equal job leg arrest and was shot to Some Cases Refused I 4- $599
That feeling I. echoed by islation, and against a Senate death. Trantino surrendered In admitted former heroin
An
State Rep. Dick rule to tighten filibusters.
Morgan up New York the next day. "maln-iiner" said he had been Sole Agent; HAUGER REALTY


COMPOSER MARRY FREE' 1 PAIR 1600 lake Parker Drive, West, Lakeland

Miserable Showing LOS ANGELES (AP-Com- SINUS SUFFERERS SOCKS '
poser Ben Oakland whose songs With the Purchoie of These Shoes Telephone : 686-5191
TRY OUR
include "I'll Take Romance,"
has decided to do Just that, SUPER COLD CAPSULESWith THIS mm ONLY Sale office and model. apartment, beautifully

Encourages Party Oakland and Mrs. Beatrice furnished by Mother ef lakeland

tosenaus, a board member of Brine a Fait InaredienteTa Relief I aNa open every day from JO a.m. to 6 p.m.
the Jewish Federation Council. '
Stomach Upiet.
OTTAWA un-Bolstered by I for $1.32. A symbol of Prime announced they'll marry March for your Inspection.

miserable showing In Its first goat 'Minister Lester B. Pearson's 8. 12 Capsules 98c L'IiJ 1& 2 Bedroom Apartments, I, I Vi & 2 Bath

the polls the Montreal.based Nobel Peace Prize, In the formof FLORIDA PHARMACY G U lit! From $9,950 end $45 Per Month
Rhinoceros party Is flirting with a nuclear warhead, went for Scientists study cosmic rays fJ
plans to form a national organization -'$8. In a laboratory atop Mount ale N. Man A... Another. superb weteifrant Condominium apartmentdavalapment
Evans, 14,260-foot peak In Colo- Lakeland. Fla. hy" Inln* Z. Mann. & Auaclatat
Few fund were needed anyway -
rado. .. ..
The Rhinos, a semiserlous Canldates laid they were r
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Canada's too busy to campaign and their
platform alone was enough to
and Institutions, polled 1.4 per draw support from all sides.
cent of the vote to fill two
For one thing. It took aim on
House of Commons vacancies.
uneasy ties between English-
Rhino leaders termed their
speaking Canadians and the
in the two Montreal
showing ,
French-Canadians: of Quebec by
constituencies a resounding suecess. -
proposing to move Queen Elizabeth
of their 398
They spoke
II and the entire royal
votes of 25,780 ballots cast as
t
family to a new Buckingham
massive from the elec.
support Palace on the grounds of the I
torate. 1967 Montreal World' Fair.

Platform Farce Dr Ferron finished sixth In a
field of seven candidates in
Their motto: "A RhinocerosIs '
Never' Discouraged." Montreal St. Denis. His fellow

The Rhino platform, borrow. candidate, year-old printerand
ing on what it called the best publisher Andr Goulet, finished
of fifth In a field of five in
elements modern Canadian
Montreal Laurier Both districts,' ,
thought as voiced by the four
as always, sent liberals to the
existing parties, appealed to
House of I
voters under the slogan "You Commons.
But the Rhinos refused to
"
Have Nothing to Gain.
of quit. They propose to celebrsteCanada'
The platform Canada's fifth
100th birthday In 1967
political party omitted any ex-
planation of its name. But Dr. with a parade of rhinoceroses
Paul Ferron 37, a general practitioner -from Halifax, N.S. to Vancouver -! HOUSE
When find it make
and a founder of the B. C.Princess, you your

supplied the answer.
party
The party has been named Irene, home loan at First Federal.

after the rhinoceros, he said,
because the beast "is a stupid, Fiance On Ski It's the way to start home
thick-skinned animal that loves
to wallow in mud but can move Trip In Austria
I the basis
fast when it sense danger. In ownership on right

other words, the perfect symbolof KITZBUEHEL, Austria (AP)
a member of parliament in -Prince Carlos de Bourbon it's the way to assure a
Ottawa." Parma Joined his fiancee, Princess -

Demonstrating for sacred profound cow of Irreverence all in this Irene plush of resort the Netherlands today for a "happy loan" year after year.

political shades, the Rhinos skiing vacation. I

raised campaign funds in an The Spanish prince checked,, ?
auction. Into a hotel just 30 yard from

the Canada'United traditional States were tie offered with the staying.chalet where the princessis I hi Ilihi N"I"I NG YOU'LL BE HAPPIER




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Wednesday. Feb. II. 1M4 I State Team PicksW. f"xom .CJ nt 'r
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Most MajorCandidates a Haven Site \W. e tuilen: ;.. t i >!tQRID i

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::11 j STATION II. L, Chicago ...,.?....... ?.......... 48 38
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Practically future Milwaukee .......... 33 30
development are not
I all major candidate for Cx't obviously established. Several Miami............... 82 63 Cincinnati ,es........., 37 30 Mpls-SL Paul ........ 39 23 f

I state office were off and running !t'tMiJ'm.' :k"",; kinds of industrial and commercial Jacksonville .......... 70..0 Cleveland I ............ 37 28 New Orleans ........ 61 39 I.

officially today on (the heels of a .: ;: establishments are already Key West ........,.... 81 64 Denver ...t V........, 36 19 New Ybrk a......... 40 30

great rush to qualify. operating In the approx. LAKELAND ......... 77 52 Des Moines .......... 38 24 Omaha ,..,....t..s 35 20

I Filing their qualifying papers geographic center of the coun- imate area of the property" Ocala ................71 50 Detroit ...4......... 37 31 Philadelphia ......... 40 32

and paying their fees-5 per cent ty than any other site viewed, "Clearly Superior" Orlando ..............78 52 Fairbanks .,<.........-1234 Pittsburgh ............38 30 >,
of a year's pay for the office and according to available In. Tallahassee ... ... 67 45 Fort Worth .(,,,......, 60 37 St. Louis ,........... 47 34 I
they seek-allowed the candidates formation is at least as accessible According to the report, the Tampa ........."..".". 73 55 Honolulu ..j......... 80 70 San Francisco ...... 68 55 ,
to itart spending money to the present high 98-acre golf course which has W Palm Beach .. 79 60 Indianapolis ......... 41 33 Seattle .............r 50 38
for advertising and other polit school student population in been offered free (as have Juneau .............. 40 38 Washington .......... 38 33

leal purposes the county if not more accessible the other five sites), has Boston .."......"." 33 30 Kansas City......... 42 35 BAROMETER
All six candidates for the than any other site con "present development and a Charleston ...... 66 47 Los Angeles ..."..,75 57 7 am. 29.80 1 p.m. 29,70K
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Democratic nomination for governor fit sidered. potential for future development

qualified within a few "3-The Winter Haven site which are clearly superior
l hours of the opening of the pe-f f drrYw h f Is the most desirable in terms to any other site which ;/; l NAGS .., led YE'a
I rlod Tuesday. j x of zoning and surrounding de was considered. This site not NAO

Kelly Grounded I velopments. While adequate only meets the minimum _

Fred Karl of Daytona Beach) zoning is a possibility on several standards as generally applied r .r
was first to qualify. Scott Kelly other sites, such zoning is but it also Is the only r ala
not established at this time site inspected which will enable
of Lakeland was delayed when
his airplane was grounded at/'I. and Involves uncertainties." Polk Junior College to

I Ocala and qualified I I last.None Watson who admitted "I achieve without excessive expense
of the three announced realize I'm prejudiced," ac the Justifiably high expectation '

Republican candidates qualified. 'fOLLOW THE ARROW-John Runyeit, ".t.," .f th* locolly cused the committee of using held for it by the

The word was that they would produced United Fund ", nl. I. .......tin. .. ho holds a copy "questionable reasons" to arrive citizens and industry of the "

do so Friday .f Hi* pledge cord bang ...... in oho 1964 cempoijn. Th. tw*. at its final summary. county."
The other Democratic candidates h.. .. He added "We know our The report summed up the
d. arrow polnra th* wy to "Foir Sh. giving which It
community better than any. committee's eachof
for governor Included John what Fund official tar it ...c...." .n tht port of everyone if findings on 1
wouldn't want
else and I .w
one the sites as follows:
Mathews of Jacksonville, Robert the minimum $231,000 goal It t. be cedtd. Th. Fund, which a.s tl
I the federal to step / 1
government A 40 site on Lake Arl- t
-acre
j I I King High of Miami. Fred O.I ...Id.. ..L. '
Dickinson of West Palm Beach operating income for teventeen financially participating in and recommend the collegebe ana, which was offered by the F R f
I member health, welfare and recreation .....el.. will hold the located elsewhere. city of Auburndale "Is not of
and Haydon Burns of Jackson. &&t
i ville. fine "dutch t...." campaign. report meeting Tuesday of next Different Report Expected sufficient size to meet mini.
week at 7:30 ., .t Morrlion't Cafeterie. 1y
: "' mum standards for a public
In addition, most of the Cab. Watson and board members e--n- rea
with the ewww.w .q..wY ,j,1 6,
Junior college growth
inet members qualified to run Gene Head and Mrs. Dora t
for new terms.Candidates I NEWS OF RECORD I Cox Phillips all said they were potential of Polk Junior College

Included Agriculture expecting a different.. kind of. An additional 40 acres o.wMY.Glare afie.oae5 rear ,Iii'n, a ,
--- n. "Un -
of land adjacent to this site is jl'
Commissioner Doyle Con : rr4
COUNT CLAIM COURT Murrar's' Ine, va John MarBanlfli report. 0-
ner; Secreary of State Tom Suite FilMlCunnea 1 tin. 114 :MlPharmarr 1 Watson said "I understoodour available for purchase for
Truck Rtop ... Calvm McMII-' Annie M.. Hilnn City vi 1 ,,
Adams; State Comptroller Ray Irn Jr sales. Victor Marchel. tlJ4Lnnle instructions to the com $90,000. .. /e. wa.wr..uwrr 'F '
Green; Treasurer Ed Larson unnra Truck, atop ... W, H. PartlnOUJBS ,I Mrlvrn: ,Mae Rime Danlrli, 141' Bl Halnea, Cltr .. I mittee that they were to select Access Said Poor ; 111 dl M
and School Supt. Thomas Bailey. Annlr Mae Daniel* Halnel/ Cllr VI all sites to be eligible for "r
.
nwion Moran Man mud Co tiUtorie .0 Robert Herton. Ut 17
Neither James Kynes, state Bludd' n. Robert lift Alesan' "jame"1"1'. ""'"'", H*""* CLIP state funds." "Access to this property by Clear r*
attorney general, nor Earl Fair- dot Yldl N5.Pul /Jie fbrp. ,, Robert C. aed 'aiter'V lit'lerVco! VI R A. llro.12011 .-1 Board Chairman Austin T. present roads from population ttrday't tquoN II". which ipownod .t teat ana tornado. Winds of 5S miles an hear were rocerded

cloth of Miami, his declared opponent John I W, Pnweil vs. slants service Ro'.1.. Oak Cafe, Hi Inn City vi Race Jr. and school superintendent centers of Polk County is relatively .t OrlandoRoinfoll reached needy th... Inch, .t Tollohoiioa. Th* low pressure .... which
filed Immediately.In Cc. 012540Wt111rm I Richard 127 55 S. Boone said poor. This site is not ....th..t and sat U. S. with
.k"rm northward into the
I B Hoil.nd a Joseph M and,Royel :'.. Hilnel Cltr VIHcncnon .1.1AIiID Shelley cautad the stormy weather continued rnovlno.
the first day rush, there W..no Audrey J. Allor.. .a75 12290 that there were no such Instructions approved as a Junior collegesite drancKInf r.laend high. wind. tAP' Wlrophoto)
I: ('orh.n Inennnre 110.01 Oak Cafe. H.mce CYtrn
were candidates for the State Freddie A, Robi-ru" t,IS 11, .I Jrmn Klndrrr. (IK a given to the board at this time because of
Supreme Court, State Attorney, W..n.Jemra E Conner: Caihrun t)420) Iniurinre ,Hotel Oak"Cafe William.Hilnei. U 84 Cltr VI and, Race added "I don'tthink accessibility and the necessary

Court of Appeal Judges, U, S. Ininr Johnnr I:Hun Corhr.n til 81. Iniurenre fl I Ro Ci John rlloL'wciley Cafe Jon,., s'225tall, vi, they would accept such cost of providing a site of adequate Weathercast
and Republicanand Wsrn r.: rorhran Tn.unnce ve Royal Oak Cafe, ".In.. Cltr ViAibl instructions." size to meet the needsof .
Representatives Mator N. Klllolt: til OnRnb'rt And"... In Partly cloudy skies and cooltemperatures
Democratic national com- HurlthlS'Ind jeaiei'Wiener. DavniKtrt 8ervlf.t 0 Ii'sits.. Davinport Boone charged "I know one this institution. 90an ahead for
are
mitteemen and women. >.8 .,Davpone Snt" *'Tl isr'>h, ..oil UB8. .. D..npot board member approached the ;The 128 acres at the air --' B t a Lakeland through tomorrow.

The Florida Democratic Party Union M.rr Pln.n.o'Fsr Mill"Ce "tlltl"t2BB04, .ird X and, Du.nllOrt v. Woodrow.service Hall. loon, ,1 D..npotv. committee and asked for a base, being offered by the city Northwesterly winds will blow.C'
qualified a slate of 56 national Union Pln.n. Co. .. Jom. C andrininro"0a" Bill Jltifford, HI 31B..II recommendation of several of Bartow, was described as ,5s11 dj;
V'raln"' Thon. I nullillna ""OI'IY, Ins .s at 4 to 8 miles an hour tonight
convention delegates pledged to Union Janlr' Room seen"4I,. David B and r.o, Mae Bui.n, 'Suool'! 1artll 51, Inn rr sites. Boone did not Identifythe "having existing features, suchas e .'4. becoming northerly at 10 to 18

President Lyndon Johnson. The Union, I"1n.n.: Co. vi Catherine BIIIItM Gordon Miiiimnisi.. 18 board member. streets, utilities, buildingand ___..... miles an hour tomorrow. Mod.
list Included Gov. Farrls Bryant mrUn ion Finance 150(1 Co, vn n end B..II RnI. 555U5., 155. rl Speaking of the Eaton Park city services which offer .
Sons J II ( "" Ml dp1.lr. 4HeVtaert erately low humidity was ex
Jimla. Cothran. Mary Powell.Illlfbrew "BiVniiii'. .. A: Generally fair today, to-
both of Florida's senators FnO. B.II ," 50 Jne. a site, which was offered by the some advantages In the be. .
BallriBulldli I33 (>4 P
and members of the State Cabinet Orove Manufacturing Service list Co 16... Meoulre -I aiwell. r 8..pl.. Ine, .. American Cyamamide Co. and ginning stages of a new Junior night, and Thursday with mild. The maximum temperature
W W Luster 07 N -
Klllebrew L. r>avld Minularturlnt,on. C5. va Mss TIIJmin Allen .., 'Prank D. Bwlntvi. strongly backed by Lakeland'sofficials college. However these pres. afternoons. Cool again' e ht. .. ;J', ': '\ here yesterday was 77 degrees
t7] 0Mobler
Lost Furniture. Co std nilaoli Lennett. Dunnhnmb Rudolph L the report stated "A ent disadvantages for long Low tonight 38 to 48. F G the minimum this morning was
Rceca,ronl"Campbell ... William B. HalOatNn I 115715. careful study of all factors range planning and total plant E 52 degrees, and .96 of an inch
T '' Bain Dolt At Lumber Co vi B-C-D: Partly cloudy through ,.,....,._
tiNsunawrt' BONOHERNDO\ In"n. F/DD C R Ioodm.lI. 148174 Involved in the use of this site construction. The ? hall
the
a'Otorery existing of ram fell at city
4 : vi am Lane2s 4 wR. Martin n, Nick t Nurilrr Thursday. Cooler with a low of ::
_
Oioocrr. vi Brneel Bd > s'tandun'swaroun m.. Polk Drjrwall Ine n. R. C BrannenCOUNTY relation to other 35 to 40 tonight.
,' Werne HolloaM and 1121. proposed dictate planning by their present I
.
'AGENCY lillln'a' 'ororerr 2881 ... J. and Juanlla COUIITPribato sites reveals several detract location or would require E-F-G: Partly cloudy through l Florida Five Day Forecast

109 S. 'UNNISSII AlI.PH. tlltrrav Chaos n / :/r&\'ri llDonaldion .,, ... R. T. Ann. P Rulhrrland. d.a.a.ed. order ing factors."It expensive relocation or replacement Thursday. Cooler with a low in H .. Temperatures will range from
611.4141 I Morn, r Pn.rmur., ,Ine, vi. Praneee D.01 0 Don.odmlnl.t.rollon Caruso dneaaed, order of, Is located In an area cur The present build. the forties; tonight.' Westerly, iwo to three degrees "below' normal
Von Marrta ... 49. Mn.odmlnl"rollon rently undeveloped, and with ings, except the air condition. ...._ for the five day period
_
ntln. Uilrran Pharmarr, Ine n. Mra, W John "Hart'Wllnon, drreaaed. orde t winds 15 to 20 miles per hour
$ "...oc.. R OlltarraUi. HO 20Wurriv. appolnnn ailmlnlilrauirEiliri zoning not yet clearly determined ed education building, would starting at 7 p,m. tonight and
/
Poe n Pharmecrj Ino va Nfl Len W nurtvoii decraMd. ardcr 01 f diminishing tonight. ,
.....,'" c.. u>r Flak phonon or established. The direction not be suitable for Junior college "" "Qllo ending at 7 pars Monday. The
MurrivJ4 s Plnhumuy: : : Ine va, Dan Hill Richard Baker. deeewrd order of nun and characteristics of I' IM-J-K: : Partly cloudy through 1 b low from to
normal
| 19 .dmlnl..IIon.. uses over a long period. ranges t:5: I
:
Experience has shown it is Thursday. Cooler with the low 50 in the extreme north

very expensive to redevelop mainly in the fifties tonight. 60s in the Keys.

facilities such as exist on this

site"In consideration of the ad. Many Sections Of Eastern U. S.

a 1 i I Ifl vantages and disadvantages of
I
the Bartow Municipal Airportsite

. I and of other alternatives Get Snow From StormSee
I
pa' available at this time, this siteis Heavy

not recommended as a site

for the" new Polk Junior College ( State Weather Story Rain fell In some eastern are- in sections of northern New

r lsr Page 17) I as during, the night: with more 'England and North Dakota but
Hills Pose ProblemsThe By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA from the 20s to I
than one Inch reported In Delaware readings ranged
90-acre Eaton Park major storm which hit eastern Maryland and ,the 40s in most parts of the na
site was found to "lack opportunity southeast areas with drenching' southern New Jersey. tion. 'j j
rain and tornadic winds :
to effect general economics swept Gale warnings were displayed I
into eastern sections of the nation -
which could impose
along the Atlantic Coast from
considerable burden on the today dumping heavy snow Cape May N.J to Eastport 100-Year-Old ,
:at college and county administration. in many areas. 1 Maine as the storm churned
a The hillsides themselves Snow depths of 16 Inches were into New England. Temperatures
,,
or the tops of hills, while potentially reported in Harrisburg, including ranged around freezing in Letters Added I

t S # R, .a pleasing aesthetically a foot In a 7-hour period. most of the snow-rain belt.
pose problems of practicaluse Nearly a foot of snow coveredthe To File
The storm Tuesday Library I
: in building and in the ground in Phillipsburg In swept
:
from Texas through the South.
1.t placing of roads and pedes central Pennsylvania, and In I
'a trian access lanes Expenses Martinsburg W.Va. Visibility, east. The drenching rams TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Florida
involved in site improvementfrom was reported zero at times in changed to snow as the storm State University' Strozier
completely undevelopedland Allentown Pa. moved northward. Strong winds Library added some 50 personaland
lashed areas In Florida, with business letters between a
to the sophisticated use Heavy wet snow fell In mountain
of the college campus may be sections of North Carolina gusts of 54 miles an hour in Or Confedrate army captain and aTallahassee
iaE lando. A tornado struck a deso- 1 100
indeed. The need merchant over
r a t v, very high with up to 14 Inches at Mount
a for compaction in constructionmay Mitchell. More than a half foot late area near Lake Istokpoga :years ago to its special collection

.ly 1 ,' al rI In some Instances Influence of snow was reported in the Virginia -in Highlands County file.
I t rr and affect the planning mountains Light snow fell In eastern I The library said the correspondence
and the type of construction Heavy snow warnings were in parts of the central plains and was a gift of Mrs.
design. In consideration of the effect for the Ohio Valley and in the middle Mississippi Valley Lawrence O'Dea and Miss Ruby
advantages and disadvantagesof must of the middle and north II while snow flurried in the Great] Diamond.

the Eaton Park site and of Atlantic stales Amounts up to Lakes region and In northern i, Mrs, O'Dea is a granddaughter
other alternatives availableat I a foot were indicated In parts Rockies. Showers sprinkled of Capt. Hugh Black and
this time, this site is not I of the central Appalachians and the north Pacific Coast region.|I'Mm Diamond is a daughter of

recommended as a site for the southern New England. Temperatures were near zero!I merchant Julius Diamond.
wI new Polk Junior College."
Property on the north side I
91"17krr a. a l a o
of Lake Hancock, which was roe eSd.A.asa.aae ,
offered by Marshall Hampton, .+ 4 .* d' bed.4..a. .
i was found to be "apparently ewlJte. t.af ar.ee.e ,
undeveloped and future zon
ing is uncertain.. Because of
its remoteness from any population -
center and because of ,lld r'f t b/ 14 T1d1.e1.Y.a..eiuifa4.a1

the relatively high expense of
: providing utilities and of developing .re

__ this site, it is not
approved as a junior collegesite
at this time.."

The report summed up the
alo rr. Winter Haven site by saying

r "the disadvantages of this site
.tJ."hL wj are relatively minor, consist t
ing chiefly of its irregular
shape and the easements for
wells and water lines. The I 1iN
r latter should be no handicapfor r +

this site. The disadvantages '
of this Irregular shape I

might be largely corrected :
by the acquisition of the adjacent '

orange grove property I'
south of Avenue "0" N.E,

: ,;: : : ; : !! !! ':':'\ !!; "This the proposed site Is quite Polk suitablefor Junior

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S';:: ; _! !! i'' A.:1,; : ::: ,';:" ";'; m'lmmmo";:; : f:;!; (!:::::;: .. i: > would junior C into olle an exC meet college attractive of it the can the people campus highest be and developed efficient of expectations which Polk I a z.s 'J"Iv




County. Its advantages
as a site are truly superior A LITTLI CLOSER TO WASHINGTON-CMIerd Sword, right, oroa-dent. of the Gre.. fork

PURE WINE PLEASUREFeatured to those of any of the Merchonti Anociotion, o>ei Jomot Andonon- the Lakeland. Senior High School land Porantt
100 % other sites considered, and it Allocation, a chock on behalf of the Grovo Park merchant to halo. the band on Its way to Woih.ln .

is recommended that it be '' "roii. The band h.. bees invitad to opaaar In eke annual Cherry .,..... Faitivol ,...d. In
favorite Food and Store
Package
of
you approved as a site for Polk j'I Aril, but the bond "..d. $7,000 to make the trip A number .f Lakeland. b..i"....., ...*..1... ,

Diitributed ky ....I.tI. Distributing C... lekolead. Ph. MU 6-2118 Junior College" hero and Individual. hove already' contributed to the fund. (Ledger Phot by Perkins)

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i ry, Communism Wit// Not Last In China,

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Visiting Relati e Tells Barnetts


4"' wrlA
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I By LUCIA MYERSDr

I Eugene E. Barnett of Arlington Va

who has been called a "missionary statesman'

for his International leadership In the Youn

Men's Christian Association has just completed

t his annual visit to relatives Lakeland a
lp. j He and his wife visited In three home -

I with his sister, Miss Loulie Barnett who for

merly taught In Wesleyan College; with Henry

I \: Announcing G. Barnett, teacher of English at Florida

Southern College and with the Rev. Ira Bar

I'I The FirstPROGRESS nett retired Methodist minister.
I Dr. Barnett was a YMCA leader In pre-

Annual Communist China for 26 years before coming

general secretary of the organization for the

I United its overseas States and work.Canada with responsibilityfor

Since his retirement from the latter positionIn

1953, Dr. Barnett has continued his International .
: Interests In his travels and in service

:. ti.a... .: on committees of world scope. He has been a

''I EDiTION member of the U. S. National Commissionfor

v the United Nations Educational, Scientific f

and Cultural Organization

, r3" :: > To Be Published By The Renewed FriendshipHe

INHALE AND EXHALE Men like to use exercise equipment renewed a Chinese friendship while in

"x.. as demonstrated by this man who is strengthening his Lakeland. He drove over to Winter Haven to
LAKELAND LEDGER arms and shoulders with this routine. see Dr. T. Z. Koo who Is now living In the
United States and is visiting his son in Polk


Saturday, March 28th OJ 9Jw.w lid? County.Everywhere he goes In the United States. DR. EUGENE BARNETT .

IT'S TIME WE TOLD Dr. Barnett Is asked to call on his long knowl. world traveler and 'missionary statesman'

Men Find ExercisingFun edge of China to predict the future of that
country. Will Communism permanently prevail
:. THE WORLD ABOUT
? hiss! 1910.36, Titled "As I Look Back. The
With Gadget AidsBy In the living room of his sister's home on flume has been produced In mimeographed

South Boulevard he discussed the questionwith pies, principally for members of his family.
i v POLK COUNTY'SDECISION before he left
JOSEPHINE LOWMANIt Now Inhale deeply as you a small group, the evening When he writes the next volume of his autography

straighten the arms and push Lakeland. > he will tell of the trip around the
has always seemed to them out sideward shoulder "It depends on whether we look at China rid which he and his wife took, 10 years ago.IS
In the
?v ',ICI TOGO me that men like "gadgets" height. Exhale as you returnto through a microscope or a telescope.stronger reasons months they visited more than 20 coun-
view there are
long
t range iel where he consulted with YMCA leaders
better than women do. The
starting position. Continue Communism is counterto
for hope and optimism. their invitation.Of .
man in the family always enJoys bending the elbows and pushIng human nature. Futhermore there are great
AHEAD his children's mechanical arms out sideward. deep-rooted forces in Chinese life that have course his life story Is of historical value
r the YMCA Of
toys and is intrigued with The following exercise Is endured for centuries" he said. movement. special Interest
$ 0 Centuries""The Florida are the sections of Barnett family
In
Think
special feature product fun to do for both men and "Chinese lory which i is intertwined with the history
be changedIn
lii1' Send Copies of The trend may not
present
u Therefore I think they enjoy
it women. It strengthens the but that should not be cause pioneer Methodism in the state
;" DECADE FOR DECISION exercise more when they use our lifetimes,
>
lower abdominal wall. Lie on for despair. As you know the Chinese people Pioneer Preacher

Progress Edition weights or elastic exercisers the floor on your back, legs think In centuries not merely in years,"
Thomas H. Barnett his
dumbbell grandfather, was
or
and
straight arms resting on
To Your Friends. he added. farmer and
lay preacher in North Florida
Since men are Interested In the floor. Place a dumbbell To illustrate the point, he told a story out
Let's "Brog-A-LiMle" About Polk. building muscles, they can use He asked a young man out the time that Lincoln was elected presi-
across your ankle With stiff of his own experience. nt, Mr. Barnett sold his farm and became aUtime
I' : these to advantage. The fol. just out of the university where his home was
knees lift your legs off of the Methodist preacher, His son, Robert
lowing Is a splendid exercisefor Province," the young man replied -
In Kiangsal
I EACHCOPY floor as far as you can with Barnett (who became the father of the
the shoulders and there
; arms. Dr. Barnett asked: "Do you go
'''''q" 'r Stand erect. If you have an out dislodging the dumbbell. ?" The reply: "We have not been back netts of Lakeland) entered upon the rugged
elastic exerciser use that. If Lower legs to the floor. Witha often bad there toward e of a Methodist circuit rider In his youth- tJ

; ENCLOSED not, get a fairly short heavy little practice you can become for 300 years. Things got very and we th 17 preaching places on a circuit of 93 ;f.
end of the Ming Dynasty
Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A elactic band and place it quite expert at keepingthe the and we haven't been back since. lea When he married Sarah Epperson they h hade #
3 across the back of your shoulders dumbbell on your legs. Do came away, three resolutions on their wedding day.

THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER one end grasped in each this slowly and carefully. Tryto From China where he,saw Dr. the Barnett country wrote movIng a ley would always have family prayers, would

hand with your elbows bent, keep your back close to toward Communism ways give at least 10 per cent of their Income

P. 0. BOX 408 _fingers touching the shoulders_ the floor letter to his family in 1930 with convinced this passage that the "Cause of Christ" and would never go
Corner of Missouri Cr Lime I Strengthens Legs "I myself become increasingly to debt.
This one will strengthen the Is a retail, not a wholesale, business.We .
Lakeland, Florida 2 5c FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGEVAGABONDS \ muscles of the ankles and progress cannot turn the world upside down and On these principles they founded their fam-

,, Enclose 25c each for tingle' legs. Sit on a chair. Lift make It all right in one grand move. The and put their six children through college 'Ie
.
copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. your left leg up In front of Kingdom of God is leaven. It Is a seed family' longtime interest In Florid South.rn

EACH. OR PRESENT I you. Place the elastic band If on this campus or in that office we College began before the Institution ever
MAILED FREE WINTER REPERTORY THEATRE I Ifoil. beneath the toe of your left are building up the Kingdom In the simple' ame to Lakeland. Due to an illness which
foot. Point your toe as you relationships of every day ware truck Robert H. Barnett when he was 39 years
Anywhere in the U. S. or Canada pull back with the band. Now commonplace revolution which is Id. he settled in Leesburg for a long recup-
20-Th. Happiest Diva.f point your toe toward your furthering the only teach men this ration. There his older children began their
Your Lilo21The succeed. Jesus tried to
*l am enclosing $ . . 5 head. Again point the toe likely to but even yet we findIt :ollege training at Florida Methodist College
Pleas Mail the Decade for Decision I, Ftk. Glee M.na|.ro away from you and resist simple truth long ago.its profound simplicity.' he forerunner of Florida Southern. The chil-

Edition Tot I, with the band. Continue. difficult to grasp : ran later went on to complete their work at
Progress tab 22-A Doll'i Houi* Has Written Life Story
If would like to have
J I I II you reading hi ither colleges and universities. The fatheras
Tubby Hubby Diet, planned Dr. Barnett found his relatives
FOR my of hi ,/ a member of the Florida Conference of
I especially for men, send autobiography, He had sent them copies
Adult $1.00 Students SOl I he Methodist Church for 66 years, with 61
co
for booklet anda 346 page manuscript.
10 cents that recently-completed
CurUm Tim I P.M. ears in active service.
stamped addressed envelope In Florida and his years
his youth
ering
FII. South.rn Stud.nr. Fr..
iV'''' '' 1 ADDRESS with your request for
$1 I it. Address Josephine Low-

I: for Tickift end Rtservoffons I II man in care of The Ledger. DATE BOOK I Dundee \
: CITY STATE Tomorrow: "Physically Inactive *
: . . . O I, Call 688-3555 ? Watch Out For Hard.

II I ening Arteries." I So JD mtinv DUNDEE Mrs. Carl Cor-

MAILED man's uncle and aunt, Mr
: 1 1I
S. NAME I' ;I odoral oommuntlproom and Mrs John Caal and Mr.

I i TODAY t Ltrl.he,, m. a and Mrs Charles Lockner, all
FREE LAKILAND ART CLUB. Mill 111. l ftp. tl.CLI. 10 .m.t .
4felS palnuno, INK.. solar of Allentown Pa., have been
ADDRESS and poru.il elan oil 4. .11 UulACNt
L 1 to :10 m.irucior' \ ChMi .iliLICAN CLUB I Iiffc or visiting for several days with
Korlrill initrurllon wit* w
Hold.r LAP ND, I 1 noon sCrew Mr, and Mrs. Gorman and
: AnywhereIn Murrt* Oold.borouih' 7 :30-0 30 >m : Honor.bt.
; 5.i" The
CITY Ml wick ro Airport. I . . FINAL CLEARANCEAll n THh.
LOSeS 4 motherof
I In the SLNONI II..K" ph MU 2-'n or r..rul\on.... Mrs C Anderson
0010[ .5 I pin 14 Counln D. ,."V.UII. P CLU.. .1
arhool, eEl E. Lamon.IND..ND.NT 110. of 4 am ored b, bulnrro Mrs. Richard Campbell

U.S. PLLOWS. I ..... OIlD.1I.5 DAV R.II OR ODD.IIJ4W. 5 :b I.. .:::nullS dO1h Doll Ill.p.::. has arrived from Chicago and
NAME M.ln Rt.DaLI C.n' A i Unl OEII mPH will spend the remainder of
Fall CARNDlt ALUMNI a1/0. b.UTHLANO.' invne 0& nl taro.00110101 the winter with the Campbells.Accompanying .
I or CIATION. dinner mrellnand .onul .. .t 110: pro.
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ADDRESS p m .t Cr" R..t.u.an" a.1I S. N;IOCPVM NOM .:MO/i IIr0n'l.Tr :.
eamk ''''" Canada Florida Clue, t Pl m or of Mr H.rold another daughter Mrs.
DRESSESJJ98 'AOHITTI Hunl.nd Cltr.1.1.11.Mniiodiit..ponnorrdby Church. hr Dul.CITHU1 .COlA Po Inner. William Grandle of Chicago.
} CITY STATE .t I 30 l>jn .. the churcn "wJlnj'.t,,1 a'''l' M."h.t-. Rr* The Campbells, with their
. . . THUII.DAYLAKU"ND D.Ol'lVoV"iLK' "" 'h.. P1215. 5ISen. V I. guests, plan to visit friends in

ORDERYOURS LIONS CLOD. at;. 1111 lRhlr.' LoO.., lDai I Miami and tour various points
y pm .1 'Ih. Cedes n< Miu.nlLAHILAND
Florida.
of Interest in
NAME $ & $798 .. lor vlillon OUT. .OUILD i>trhln, OOH1hou. ndPBintlni House guests of Mrs. Lee
iroup with flv. model and
011 p5lnllnD MI. CornrhsHens. / Williams are her uncle and
.. Irom 1 JO-B JO p m *t Tl- Reigiouproups'Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Albert
ADDRESS l.rlown ,'udlooLAK.LA"O I aunt
y; '1 NOW! RICRIATIOM CLU1 /lendar/ Gunzinhauser o f Stratford
NI No Exchanges or Refunds for urnlor' cltllrni ol IAt..nd l ndIrlrndi Gunzmhaus-
...11m 5 >t Twn Mldw.T' .t Conn. This is the
I :30 m,' lor .. Kllvltl Brlnlundwlih third winter in Florida.
CITY STATE All Soles Final I luncS, coll turnUhxlTh ros OAY-....' a ers
'. public u Invited, PRAYER. 'D.nal modi- They expect to remain for
hrlplul pr r r I
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con Downtown Lakeland 'E: tiiincall eommunllr bulldlal. riRaT: ,. CHRIaDIriple"a ofChna Held SaturdayLakeland
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; <,,_- 1 0ulld CHRIST, UdJm LOTH lomr N..M.rlb.of Mr co-hostesses will be Mrs E.
I Len.l n Rood: Rev Miss Lucretia Colton .
L. ,
,J arour 1T,,, .l 7 JO pm. Veasey
-I ,5 H.lh 1'L d alem.Ol.rr Mrs. Garland Morns,
SURE TO YOUR FIRM REPRE.bd "'hnolIT.
BE HAVE
PAVE., ioU. ..01.. LPlhenaWwovmven' Miss Joy Sparks. Mrs W. G.
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SENTED IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, IN. OR.CS,btr W,5THI. tlundq.mLAKELAN ...b1"a I Scott, Mrs. A. F. Pickard and I
Mrs. W. E. Peterson.
FORMATIVE EDITION THAT WILL TELL -- Red white and blue will be

THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTYIN RELAX AWAY CARES OF THE DAY rA/ ess used will in decorating.use her antique The host.Canton

t m qon Blue Willow china.
:NERAL
WORDS BATH MADE DELIGHTFUL
HOS I Mrs. J. M Brown, Mrs.
C -
PICTURES and ADVERTISING! log-pL'WITH! Norris and Miss Colton will
CALGON Mr. and M ohn Simon.
BOUQUET coffee.
pour
echt, 124S Nr amps Hwy.

NOTE: To have your firm representedIn ; For one of the nice things in life daughter Fet INDEX: MEDICINES I I

this issue call : 8) use delicately scented Calgon Mr. and r. Wallace B. One way to prevent accidental 1
Dockery, Rot son. Feb. poisonings in the home Is to I

Bob Powell at 686-1151 t, Bouquet in your bath every day. 17.I\Ir. and Mr rry Roehm store medicines the internal on different and external shelvesof i

\if Route 2. son 17. the medicine cabinet. Pastea
And there's never a bathtub ring!
Mr. and Merman Mar- sign on the inside of the door ,
rt'll. Lakelanl ahter, Feb. Indicating which shelf holds

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\'fantasticks'' Refreshing Show/ Delta Kappa Gamma To DAR NEW ES SALAAM MERGER, Tanganyika

vn The new 225,000
Have District Meeting member Evangelical Lutheran


\That Fractures All The RulesBy District III meeting of Del glonal director "Women In Church formed 'n!here Tanganyika in the merger has been of

e q 1, ta Kappa Gamma Society the Changing Political Pat seven Lutheran Church bodies
honorary teachers' fraternity, tern"; and Dr. Jean Marlnl
NANCY BROWER .a will be held Saturday at An- of Sarasota National Education
Association member of ,.,telteep
Florida
Women's Staff Writer nie Pfeiffer Chapel,
"The Fantastltks' ig a show that refused to follow the old theatrical formulas for Southern College Registration 1967 yearbook commission for 1 P F
musicals It it a refreshing concoction called "a parable about love with music will start at 9 a.m. curriculum."Educational Patterns while
of Change and Their ytewait.
Lakeland Little Theater presented the show for high school students Monday night and Approximately 200 teachers for the Creative
Implication
officially opened a four-night run for adults last night at Civic Center Theater, from 12 central Florida counties Teacher," ...
Fantasticks' fractures the -------- are expected to attend

I rules. The curtain remains first scenes, Sallie literally always with the most amus Dr Ernest Snodgrass, assistant Workshops
I open at all times, revealing a falls for Jack and doesn't ing agonizing When not In w to the president of Workshops will be conducted
I stage set that looks like the spare the bruises the death throes, he Is stage \\ : Y* FSC and Mrs Ruth Simpson following the panel die
t Ir president of Lambda cusslon by state committee
I morning after a rummage Don Kaplan another mainstay manager ,
I sale The props are mostly of LLT musicals, also On stage every minute, t chapter of Polk County, will chairmen, for presidents
I Imaginary, those that are not lends his good looks and fine with rain snow and Stardust give the greetings, treasurers program commit. 1I
are produced from a box that voice to "The Fantastlcks' In her pockets Is Mary Farl- Panel Discussion tee members membership
I remains center stage through- In the role of the narrator El day, She plays the mute and A panel will dlaau55 I chairmen publicity, research
I out the show Gallo. His musical description says not a word. Qff.stage, "Changing Patterns in Our and professional affairs
Luncheon will be served In
Ending In Middle of the abductions he has she assisted the director and Culture" Moderator of the the dining room In the Wolfe I ".", 'v. Brand H.-...
Nearly everyone in the castIs staged "It Depends on What was in charge of makeup J, panel will be Mrs Marjean building Music will be Phil Joc..bs jMHOtto -
on stage at all times, You Pay," had the audience The musicians (there are t' Packard of Fort Lauderdale, by Mrs. Judith Harrison provided Ton Lynn M.ldoi lormComplete
I whether they are Involved in roaring with laughter only two of them and they r ;# state first vice president. music supervisor In
Even the Hilarious must be the of exhaustion 't A Panel members Ire Mrs
the action or not Harmony on verge :,,
Lakeland schools.
musicians are on stage rather The fathers of the boy and at the end of the Eddie Lewis state president, area Select.f
Dr. Juliana Jordan, professor .thin' Suit
than in the orchestra pit And, girl are played by Bill Gallagher show) are considered mem Changing Patterns In Our of German at FSC will Only' the look "Is xptmtvt
the happy ending comes In and Lamar Blanton, ben of "The Fantastlcks" cast Economic Life"; Mrs Mau- speak at the luncheon on
the middle of the show respectively. Their duet and well they should be d dal die Cook of Miami International "Change and Challenge! for FNB. 10.Day Chg. P.BM.RUBY'S .
A fantastically successful make up in hilarity what they Pianist Peggy Clark Burr is parliamentarian, "So- the Educated Woman."
Broadway production the lack In harmony and their also musical director for the a ciological Changes" Mrs
show hat been running at the dance efforts defy description. show Henry Strait is bass Esther Holt of West Palm SUDS BLEACHES DRIFTWOODTo
in the cast violinist There are more Beach former southeast re-
Sullivan Street Playhouse Nearly everyone 9, bleach driftwood accessories TOT & TEEN SHOP
since May 3, I960 It has has an off.stag* duty too Jon than a dozen muslcll'num.- r wet them with soap and SOUTHGATI
grossed over a million dollars Barry Wilder not only directs bers In the show among them Fashion Show water, place them in the direct Oven Until 9 r\M. Men.fhr .
earned cent the show, but also creaks and the very beautiful "Try To
and a 1,200 per rays of the sun Add more sudsas Set
profit In a theater seating only groans most delightfully in the Remember Will SaluteOrganizations/ they slowly bleach
ISO people It was written by role rf the old actor. Picture Family Affair --- ------
Tom Jones (words) and Har- him, If you can in a baggy Harold (Streamline) Sale, I
vey Schmidt (music), who are suit of longJohn., fint totally star of LL T'a last production,
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now represented on Broadwayby bald.headed, then with a ratty "No Time for Sergeants"and MRS. RICHARD EDWARD HUSS Lakeland Day Nursery and
"110 In the Shade wig of long. yellow curls with Frank Farlday, Mary's Children's I I Rehabilitation We IJo Expert
Play Young Lovers outlandish matching beard. husband, supervised the production Miss Marilyn Smiths/ Ranch organization of the
Sallie Snively and Jack It's always a treat when The directors wife, United Fund will be saluted Picture Framing
Thompson play the young Barry takes a turn on stage, Nancy, was wardrobe chairman Bride Of Richard Huss at a fashion show tomorrowat
couple whose love is opposedby something he seldom does. and Don Kaplan's brother the Holiday Inn from noon
their fathers Sallie and Dying His Specialty Bob was lighting director to I pm.Models. ""
Jack also were secret loversin Death scenes are the specialty The show will play tonight AUBURNDALE Marilyn Miss Geraldine Ramsey was will be Mrs. Jerry see Mr. Schell
LLT's "The King and I"* of the old actor'a sidekick through Friday at 1:30: o'clock Virginia Smith, daughterof maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere Slams Mrs John Layton,

and are a good.looking and Mortimer, played by nightly at Civic Center Theater Mr. and Mrs Eldlne F. Miss Patty Bentley and Mrs. Jane Nord and Mrs
romantic twosome with beautiful Roger Sherman He dies several Tickets are on sale at Martha Fox Clothes will be
Smith 207 Noxon St becamethe Mrs. Monroe Hadden of Or-
singing voices. In the times during the show the box office ? furnished by Edwards.Macy
bride of Richard Edward lando The attendants wore and hairstyles by Leon

Hues son of Mr and Mrs. red peau de sole dresses with A percentage of the lunch 1505 S. fl., MU 2.69Si

James Hun of West Chester bell-shaped skirts. They worea eon checks will be donated to

Pa., Feb t at First Baptist single strand of pearls gift these organizations a spokesman
.
Church of the bride, and carried cluster said.

Y(911l The Rev James R, Thompson bouquets of red and white
performed the ceremony. carnations with satin hearts --

Nuptial music was presentedby and leaves. SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5:30 PM. LAKELAND

Frank Sikes of Lake Wales Best Man
and Mrs. Alia P. Parsons
-- -- Levlc Bentley was best man.
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday Feb. It, IM4Mss S Formal Gown Ushers were David llarner,
----- -------- and
-- -- Jimmy Spivey Bryan
Given In marriage by her father -
Wasmuth Alturas the bride wore a formal Singletary
News gown of bridal taffeta designed Mrs. William A Singleton
\ And Mr. with a scooped neckline Invited guests to sign the
'I Berry ALTURAS The planning Cheryl Voigt attended the enhanced with re-em- brides book at the receptionthat
Are MarriedMiss committee for the play to be Greeks' presentation of the broidered Alencon lace and accented followed at Aubumdalc
presented by the Alturas Elementary Dave Bruebeck quartet in with seed pearls. The Municipal Building Assisting
Parent.Teacher Asso- Branscomb Memorial auditorium lace motifs were repeated li) In hospitalities were Mrs
Muriel Laone Wasmuth elation In the early spring met Lakeland Friday night. the soft folds of the con Marguerite Beckham Mrs
and Vernon Harvey Berry at the home of the president Dinner Guests trolled skirt A self.fabric flat Odel Cannon, Mrs James Leo
were married Saturday afternoon Mrs. John A. Voigt Those Mr. and Mrs Richard Voigt bow accented the back shoul macks Mrs. Louise Burch,
'I In the presence of mem- present included Mrs. Leland and children, Mary Louise, dens and held the detachable Mrs Paul Phelps Mrs Connie BROTHlRSt '
bers of the immediate families Young Mrs. J. B. Green Jr., Sharon Becky and Vicky; Watteau train The bride Zacker, Mrs Jack Kaufman,
Mrs Merlin Hielscher Mrs veil of illusion was held by Miss Judl Cheek and Mist
The Rev William H Mr and Mrs John A Volgt
Hlelscher and Mrs. Junes L. and children Tommy, Billy headpiece of pearls and iridescent Nancy Cannon.
Smith performed the ceremony Young and Christy, Mr and Mrs L. sequins Her only The couple honeymooned a t
Mr. and Mrs Lester Knack- C. Blotter, and Albert Oelze jewelry was a single strand of the Gulf Coast Beaches Mrs
Mr. and Mrs John G. Was mus of West Salem, Ind, who were dinner guests of Mrs pearls The bride carried a Huss Is employed In the commercial ,
much of Charlotte N C., are wintering In Fort Lauderdale Della Voigt Mr and Mrs. cascade bouquet of white department of the
brother and sister.in.law of visited with Mrs Della Blotter arrived Saturday from feathered carnations interspersed General Telephone Com pan y
Voight Springfield III, and will be with red and white In Winter Haven. Her husband
the bride attended the couple. Mr and Mrs L. B Cham spending a few weeks with satin hearts, centered with a is stationed with the U
The bride is the daughterof ben of Glenwood. Ga., and Mrs. Voigt Mr. Blotter's red orchid S. Army at Ft. Jackson, SC.
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Mrs W Frederick Was son Roscoe visited Mr. and aunt .
muth of north Lakeland and Mrs J. P. Bomar for a few William C Zemke arrivedby ft
days The group made several airport .
the late Mr Wasmuth Mr. plane at the Tampa
sight seeing trips Mrs. from Chicago He will
and Mrs James H Berry of Chamber. and Mrs Bomarare be the guest of Mr. and Mrs j ItidM !Jl! FINAL i y
east lakeland are parents of sisters (i. G. Davis for an extended .
home of Mr.
the bridegroom. Guests at the stay
A wedding dinner followed and Mrs Emory Register are Mrs Walter Hill of Fran
Mr. and Mrs H. A. Smith of cisco Ind., has arrived to rr
at the Cadet Restaurant The Lexington Ky.Lenten spend some time with her
couple will\ reside In Lakeland Breakfast brother'm.law and sister Mr

A Lenten breakfast was heldat and Mrs R A. Voigt C aini[ r.'I.
the Methodist Church on New Home .
Ash. Wednesday. Those attending -

Lakeland/ High Mrs. Jesse included L. The Baker Rev.Mrs and Everett Mr. and have Mrs moved. William Into their J I .: : -

PTA Meeting Jesse W. Kelly Linda and Leland home on Star Lake The Ev-
Smith Dinah Kay Gabriel eretts are from Flushing

ScheduledLakeland Jim Wright Ronnie and Mich
Candy Voigt, Rosemary Estes, Callers at the home of Mr ; 3 DAYS THURS. FRI. SAT. u
Ronnie Perdue Karen Kelly, and Mrs C W. Guess were
Senior High School v uO
Mr and Mrs Joe P. Ellis
Tommy Voigt, and Mike and r
Parent Teacher Association Kevin Varner. and Mr and Mrs Hal Ellis, I ENTIRE STOCKChildren's ,
will meet tomorrow at 7:30: Mrs Lade Gurley of Lake all of Bartow.Mr. .
p.m. in the school cafeteria. Garfield and daughter Terri and Mrs. David How
The program will be an Lynn were the recent luncheon ard of Reddick and children SHOES
guests of Mrs. James I J.. were the weekend guests of
outline of the high school's"Honor '''''''--
the Rev. and Mrs Jesse L -
: :
Crusade" Miss Max- Young.. Mr. and Mrs. L M. Thomasof Baker I r: _;;- 1II t 1
Ine Mcintyre of the school Pensacola, en route to Miami lr-:
faculty will Introduce David
and Key West were the
of the Hon. Precedes
Ellerbe president Supper I
overnight guests of Mr. and
or Crusade and Tommy Ginn
Mrs Dan Young. .
of the Student Rebekah 11fw
president Mrs J B. Green Jr., who Meeting ? I
Council The students will
has been in charge of the regIstration :
+ discuss the aims and purpose books for Precinct Mrs Agnes Jameson noble C
of the Crusade, and conduct 14, announced that they have grand of Sunniland Rebekah .
a question and answer period been returned to Bartow Lodge 47, has announced there I
Mrs. J. C. Sargeant charac Winter Visitors will be a covered dish supper

ter and spiritual education Mr and Mrs E. C. Vler- preceding the Thursday meet. .
i" : '
chairman will introduce Rabbi ling have arrived from Somerset ing. '

Irwin Cutler who will Pa., to spend the remainder The supper will be at 8:30: Poll Par rot r for Boys & Girls
bring the inspirational message of the winter In this p,m. at the Country Club Estates V
community building. Golf Gerwinettes Scamparoos
Mrs Harold Gnztard will area.Mr.. and Mrs Dennis J. View Street. Rebekahs attending All Styles All Colors All Sizes
speak briefly on Founders' to bring table service
Tschetter have returned to are
formerly 4.99 to 7.99 NOW 2.50 to 3.99
-
Day, their home In Gainesville Following the supper, Mrs.
after spending a few days Jameson will preside at the
with. her parents, Mr, and meeting. A social hour will WOMEN'S SHOES

Tops AtBridge Mrs G. G Davis follow. "Maniessa" straw handbagsour


-;;;. -N I 2JMEN'SBOYS 00 300 400 own exclusive import


i 1Itr ONE GROUP LADIES' SANDALS 1.00 i

COUPLES' TOURNEY TENNIS SHOES Vi PRICE ... Qf. QO QI..
.. JOC.
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Dr. and Mrs Lester LeVal-
| LADIES' BEDROOM SHOES /2 PRICE
ley. Team 27, scored the highest a

amount of points at the LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL SHOES 1.99
sensational selection of strow
February session of the St Moos Brothers' has the most

Josephs Mother's Club Couples' t CHILDREN'S BEDROOM SHOES . 1.00 styles In soft straws, vinyl coated rattan baskets metal

Top Bridge five teams Tournament.In the 40- I LADIES' CANVAS CASUALS Vi PRICE and leather trims. Great shapes long and short, toll and

team tourney are: Mr. and MOJUD LADIES' HOSE . . / PRICE thin, box and tote So what ever type straw you wont, You'll
Mrs. James Doyle first: Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Tyler, second. Oven Proof DOUBLE ROASTER Dpes. find it at Moos,
Dr. and Mrs LrValley, third; Fri. NIght

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sutton, tau J-al. upMI" I.', a rasa- .. li'a I irp.ruUa ". 'TII 9
fourth: and Mr and Mrs. WilLiam bakiatrn.eI...Or..,t.. m m wiirfc row.... 100 Mass' Handbag
A Ross fifth as A....'nd.I+IhblowpcialB. oox

Complete team standingswill i
be posted on the St. J aleph'

Church bulletin board. F. GOODRICH CIDD 124 E, MAIN ,
The next session will be March .

II Hostesses will be an 114 W Main St. 632-4133
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P.... Florida Southern Audience Told Of Role

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I] Of Women In Germany's Diplomatic Corps t ,


By ROGER HUTCHISON .
::. Ledger Staff Writer : .;. ; ':.

Professors and students at ", ..\O 'I', :) 1 :. \, '
Florida Southern College yes ,\ It i"J, L '
; terday heard from a member
,, of the German embassy in ': .. !
New York a description of the
'role women play in the,Ger- Fii If
man foreign service. fi
Mrs. Hanna Kiep. the widow -
t ,
of one of the leader la rj
I Germany's resistance against
:. Hitler, told the luncheon gathering _
c-:3::: ) that women were not 9 LjjJ&
,
::tis employed by the German for r:
::::: eign service until 1949. I '1 > \
"j! Mrs. Klep said that it wee i.j
..' not until after the war, when ,
':=y, Germany adopted a more
democratic form of government '
s:4tiK that women were con
aidered for such employment.
i
Husband Executed 1I
::::; The embassy official who
::v'l hold the office of Women's
Affairs Secretary speak to
::: women's organizations In the ,
I..::j U.S., discussing Germany's I
?:: role in the modern world ,' 9
"=:: \ Mrs. Klep recalled the day
:: of Nazi Germany, when her 1 it leaves
!:: husband was a leader In the
:::;:I resistance. She said that, because "
1::. of his efforts he was ar you
:.:I rested and executed. She also .
: was arrested but, "I was not
I Important enough and my life breathless! .

: was spared GERMAN OFFICIAL ON VISIT-Mr*. Henna Klop, women's oHoIri secretary for the G.rm.aEmbury .
: Mrs Kiep said that the work ..
.:. In Washington, talks' with Dr. J. Birnoy Gron, tI.... uf ocodomlc .M.ln.t Florid SouthernColloso
:P of the German people In their
a, oftor a luncheon ,..terti.,. Mrt. Kit* spoke of Hit days .f Nail Gormony, the role' of
!, fight against Hitler was more the co."" .* Imbony" In the United Stases end the Berlin Well during her speech ot tho,cell.lunch. .
difficult than the work of the
: resistance in countries conquered ..". (Udier Phot .by Hutchlion) : \

'l by the Nazis.
"We knew that the only salvation thing. "Parents saw their new Bavarian Red Cross in Mu1950, first on the staff of the
for the people of Germany son-inlaw for the first time, nich. German consulate general In j

r:; was the defeat of our or a grandchild for the first She came to this country, In New_York._______ _
country," she said, "and this
:
time, she aid.
1 made it doubly hard" i n r
Served In U.S. But, she added, it was like
Her husband, Dr Otto C. allowing visitor In a prison
Kiep, was a German diplomat City Still Divided
and from 1926 to 1933 he Mr. Klep then made a point
served in the German Embassy about the wall which the aid
In the U.S. Mr. Klep said wa filled with irony She laid 4
that she had studied law but that Khrushchev has been
had not received her degree. "screaming" for elf determination -
t She said that her law studies for some of the African
and her life with a diplomatgave countries and yet he will not Smirnoff-filtered ,through "mountain" of .charcoalWhat
I her the background for allow the people of East Berlin
: the work the freedom of self determ 1
ri She added that the work ination. makes Smirnoff so crystal clear;uniquely smooth,so remarkably free of tasteor

the women did during the war She added that the city Is I odor? Every drop is filtered through 7 tons of activated cl arco l. That's why it's
r years and the work widowsdid still divided and of the PIECE CANISTER SET
none
in Martini smoother on-the-rocks
mixes with
following the war made things, such as the openingof dryer a _anything that pours.Andit
: the German government realize the wall, have changed the .....,1.1' '<1..wSH.UntA' .,.JMOII! with bnmploi.4 0 leaves you breathless!, .
f the usefulness of women communists' policy on Berlin. .. lid* Nell IIU.5.slb.rv.IKb.I.e. .. 10
.nl Vl Ib In. All mMd OMMnMlM for
in eJ.ObS previously held by Since beginning her work kniMTvk. ftrfxtforonyUlct .. ...... eoCDKA
men.Mrs. with the German government, Always ask for Qmirnoffi i
,
Kiep spoke at length Mrs. Klep has served a* assistant
It about the people of the divided to the governor of
GIIID '
t :
B. F. GOODRICH
city-Berlin. She said that Wuerzburg, Bavaria and In e
the of so AND too moor,.CISTIUEO MOM GRAIN.,.STE. PIERRE SMIRNOFF. FLS.DIVISION or,HEUBUINI. ORDCONN1964r
the
opening wall at IMS she was appointed head '
\ 114 W Main St. 682-4113
Christmas_was a wonderful of the Foreign section of the I >* ,
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Jitters In (AP) Lcglf-! hoping to stall off action at least In Georgia and Maryland, It the proposed congressional districts 500, more than that of the other I YOU CHILD MAY HAvaPINWORMS
SaigonSAIGON lative oddities pop up In many, until next year.Military was a different story seem In accord with the two combined.
state laws governing the elec. The Georgia Legislature had high court's ruling. California 38 districts In
I tlon of member of the Houseof MoveHindered Three of Maryland's districts elude 21 ,with population below
South Viet Nam dor. The Vietnamese was not Representatives started to work on revampingIts have populations of less than 400,000 and five that exceed 1 OUT OP 3 DOESrldgetin
(AP)-In bomb jumpy Saigon seriously wounded They show the extent to which By congressional district lines, 300,000, three others have more 500,000. : .ou-pirktni ktornwntlnf,
today a grenade was reported before Monday's Supreme Court The population of Cob renal Itch; are ofurn Utilul uan. ot
The Communist guerrilla ra many states do not conform toMonday's than 600,000.In range o- Pin Wormi.,uilyn.ruiMth.tnwd.Ic.i l .
about '
to explode Inside the U.S. dio station warned that Supreme Court ruling Bad Weather ruling A final plan Is expectedto line with the court's dec!. rado's four districts Is from a nnpet.My InfMt I nut ol ..v.rya
Information .
Agency building, an persons MamlMd Entire (until**
that each member of the House high of 654000 to a low of punoM
American soldier near Americans are liable to be paM Friday night. lion, the Ideal constituencywould I m,y b* victim end not know it.
accidentallyshot 196,000. The In Connectl.cut'
should represent as nearly as FRANKFURT, Germany spread TogctridadPln.Wormathrymansha
killed Under be
along with the Americans Georgia's apportion about 408,000 for each
a Vietnamese street ven five districts is from 319, killed In In* l I.rf. In'ntln afirethey
number of .
dor and the Viet Cong radio U.S. officials regarded the possible the same (AP-Bad weather on the ment, which brought on Mon, of the 435 House membeis, live and multiply.Th.t muetlywh.t .
station warned people to stay broadcast as a Communist effort .,constituent, I U.S. East Coast today held up da)'a ruling, one district has a, based on the 10 000 Florida to 690000, with 12 districts, has ..>'.JayM bow they. P.W do UhlFW Itl da. andear.
to scare Americans In Sal., An Associated Press survey population of only 272.000 while But legislative poPulation'l
away from Americans the airlift of 1,500 U,S. troops carved the state Into areas Plnitft' Bripntiflo coalt carne
All streets around the Son Since Feb 1, six Amer: shows that only two states-, another bulges with 824,000. many state laws up Ih* uhlwi Inla Ih* :bowel. 'bctor.
from their home base In Texasto from a low of 237,000to .
and Georgia-have ranging thy diHKilv Th.n-J.yno' mod
U.S. Information Agency build. leans have been killed and 87 Maryland In Maryland, Gov. J Millard I tic variances I an,, modirally-cpprov I d Inxrodwnttor
Ing were blocked off during the wounded In terrorist Incidents; moved to get In line with the' West Germany and of 1,500 Tawes accepted a suggestion by For example, Rep Bruce a high of 660,000. right to work-kill.Pin Worm
J noon.hour grenade scare, A major objective In the Communist high court's landmark ruling. I troops back to the United States his legislative leaders to let a Alger, a Texas Republican, has quickly I>on'. ,end uk...11 chances,. with doom
Grenade Dummy campaign 1s believed to Although there were Indications The three-day Texas.to-Cen joint legislative committee try 951,527 persons In his district I The 100,000 residents of Inns- rem. highly contagioui i;In Worntiwhich
I The grenade, found in the,II. be the shattering of American that many federal court many airlift, Operation Long to come up with an equitable, Another Republican, John B bruck, Austria, and those of the I sloe J.yn mfwUnKm'. P.W(.mil Vrmilu8..,. Got|r., .
brary, turned out to be a plastic morale, making a negotiated suits would be filed to force Thrust X, Is another demonstration redistricting plan, Bennett of Michigan, has the I neighboring communities, of .moll i ,.uy.. -tak.tablets.,.spielalaw '
dummy. settlement and neutralization of compliance with the "one man' of U.S. ability to rush The Democratic governor said smallest district, only 177,000 Iglis, Llzum and Seefeld have \I i 01 or children and adults. _.....
An hour earlier a pistol fell South Viet Nam acceptable to one vote" ruling, officials inmany 1 troops by air to trouble spots he would call the General As One of Arizona's three dis been preparing for the 1964 Win. -
out of the shoulder holster of a Washington I states apparently I were around the globe sembly Into special session 1 IF/trice has a population of 663,. ter Olympics since I9fi0. ,
U.S, Army enlisted man several ->:.--; .....-,... _- _,__.w---- 7 -';:;:-__Ji .
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Ism stepped-up communist terror. Wide Assortment r :

But U.S. officials have no 3
plans at present to order home
the 1,339 Amerjcan' wives and
of Dresses
children still In the embattled Quality :
Southeast Asian country, Dependents -
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accompany personnel newly
assigned to South Viet Nam.
Only Few Leaving $

So far, only a few American
dependents there have asked to
be sent home. ONLY
There are Indications, however -
that the possibility of
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evacuating dependents Is under
consideration. In the past three f r
weeks, 6 Americans have been t< 'et
killed and 85 wounded In the
terrorist drive.
Present opinion here Is opposed .
to any all-out evacuation VALUES 5.98 TO 16.98Special /
"There are no plans to bring
dependents of U.S. military per.
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Department said today "Thereare purchase! Fabulous advance %'!% !r
no plans to forbid travel of II
dependents to South Viet NAm." r
A similar view was expressed season strlea-many with jackets. f4't "
by State Department sources
Encouragement Feared I !
Officials who oppose sending many full skirted and sheath shirtwaists '
the dependents home argue that I !
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such a step might indicate to t s" '
the Viet Cong guerrillas that / in cottons, rayons, blends, (
their terrorist tactics are successful
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Those who oppose this view Prints, solids and stripes. ,
say that removal of the dependents -

would permit Americans Similar to illustration +:i;:.
in South Viet Nam to devote }}'
their full attention to the military Misses sizes.STRETCH ,' C
campaign against the VietCong
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:i TAI.LAHASSEE (AP-Rival :{ right back into shop In rayon and nylon MY.,

Republican factions, both strong',| gabardine; choose black, laden green, drift
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ly backing Sen. Barry Goldwaterlj wood, berry.
of Arizona, have filed separate]
slates of Republican National'' re
convention delegates with the
secretary of state's office N
U S. Rep. William C. Cramerof ,
St Petersburg filed a slate SPECIAL BUY LOW PRICE

pledged to Goldwater late Tues 1 tlr

day Earlier s tat e Republican } ht '. Carol Brent Nylon Tricot Lingerie 'ii r i Wonderful Washable

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brought which he in said an unpledged would support slate I and Cotton Nightwear Denim or Duck Skips

Goldwater at the Republican Na t \
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The fight had been brewingfor YOUR CHOICE
weeks and the lines became ,, ? a t ''t dt I
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firmly drawn last Friday when 4 > : ,rt 2 : .. '
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ident Committee picked Cramerto 84
file the slate pledged to Gold-
water. i | ,
Cramer's group Includes a
number of Republican officeholders PAIR
such as U. S. Rep Ed ,
ward J. Gurney of Winter park'i
State Rep. Mary Grizzle
dian Rocks Beach and State
Sen. William Young of Pinellas I Wards fabulous Skips in

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Brown included his name bright or muted tones,
of the officials who have !
more Brent easy-core nylon tricot
operated the GOP party machinery I mad >
plaids,
or narrow stripes,
chairman in Florida G. Harold, such as Alexander former,;' ';+ a r Yt '<' 1 J i slips, cotton 2-piece PJ'sand ,

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Neither Slate Complete 9 All luxuriously soft, slips 1."' Cp r
Neither slate was complete. outer soles. Women's 5-9, S,
Brown and Cramer said they dainty lace and trim iJ'tl.
would add names later.
Cramer held out an olive
branch to the rival faction, say ,y
ing that he hoped to name '
MMwMwea.alle na
"some of those on the rump
slate" to the Goldwater slate.
"It seems rather silly for the
people who claim to be for Gold-
water to be running against the
Goldwater slate," he said

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JAMES MARLOW ,almost 10 years since the Supreme -gress and state legislatures' fall population In each more equal. who got on the court too late I though It has power to act? By Negroes' civil rights through all be considered constitutional, at
Associated WASHINGTON Press News Analyst Court, after watching for generations to give voters These social and political decisions take part in the 1954 case, opposed its decisions the court has rejected of the 20ih century until 1957. It was until 1954 and might
:1': (APIItm )| It li I Congress for half a century fairer representation, the court' had the effect of legislation the restricting decisionsof I such a philosophy They always were, and still.have continued so for years,
duck this country' most Importaut moved into this vacuum with a field supposedly reserved 1962 and this week. Even after the 1954 decision are, a minority in Congress. The since Congress showed no Incll.\
social problem, decided to under the Constitution for the rest of the'nation to ban It.
l two landmark political decisions. He warned last summer thatif Congress has gone less than all- truth is that the
1 tackle the Job itself legislative branch of government this kind of thing continued, out to end segregation. It passed members-always in a majority I Vet such a policy would not
This was the May n, 1954, when the legislative branch two fairly mild civil rights billsin -never cared enough about the only have built up racial hatredIn
"AGENCY decision declaring segregationof Equal Population RequiredIn Nothing in the Constitution failed to act-there would be a 1957 and 1960. But now It rights of Negro citizens to this country but would have
Negroes unconstitutional.This these-one in 1962, the second specifically gives the court the substantial transfer of legislative is wrestling with a truly powerful squelch the Southerners, as they made American foreign policy
I 10' S.' TINNISSU, 611.414' AVH [. one of the most far-reach- last Monday-the court said right to do this. But nothing In power to the courts." antidiscrimination bill. could have, at any time. They,look ludicrous now when It u
ing court decisions In American voting districts, from which representatives the Constitution says It can't. What's the alternative? If the It cannot be plausibly argued Just ignored the problem and trying to win the friendship of
I .. ..."' history, began a social revolution And It's the court which interprets the Injustice. the world's backward peoples,
$ --- .." ,..... are sent to Congress legislative branch falls to correct that Southern Democrats were I
Fre ... still being fought out. the Constitution. had not acted especially since most of theworld's
court
.IV.'''' and state legislatures an obvious wrong, must the solely responsible for the failureof It the
Again, after watching Con must be rearranged to make the Justice John Marshall Marian.!court also do nothing evento Congress to act in behalf of segregation would probably still people are ..not white
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(:. THE LEDGER WANT ADS TOMORROW. PLACE YOUR NORTH The bidding wai normal

"t OFFER WHERE HELL SEE IT. CALL MU 6-1151) NOW AQ742VQ109S enough, although some players
would regard the South hand as
j 4 104A8J just a little too strong for a
+ one no-trump opening. The
I IIIIIIIIII WEST EAST wealth of quick tricks and the
AKJSV7CS4 A1093VJ2 useful intermediates make the
I hand worth a little more than
WAY N E'Sd t QJ3 4S765JQJ7 its face value of 18 high-card
; K94 points.
k1 SOUTH However, the right contract
PACKci; STORE:
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VAK8 using the Stayman convention
256 N. KENTUCKY AVE. rSSVNmt, i 10 tAK' .
10852 Rapee as West, led the heart
SPECIALS-THUR.-FRI.-SAT. ......,....... Neither side was vulnerable. seven and the nine, jack and
rhe bidding was: ace were played. South could
CUT: IIATi: LIilJOII.STHALLER'S ,South West North East count eight sure tricks and had
i I I IN T. Pass 2'* Past prospects of developing the
2 l < Pass 2N. T. Past ninth In the black suits. A 3.3
7 IN T. Pass Pass Pass split In either of them or a
West led the heart seven well.placed spade king, were all
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GIN 21 { The Cavendish Club contest possible sources of the ninth
I for the Morton Rubinow Manorial trick. As the diagram shows

; WAR BIRD, POSES MYSTERY-Thlt World' War II g.7 cargo klono for newly for and l.bl.n.yieHon corporation but Trophy ended recentlyn the black suits lay perfectly for
fcombtr mode on .".oro"c. .t D,.... Field .". ll perked on the this hot not keen co"ff....... Tho old" wer bird hoi '.",. ".' ..no"t.I I a victory for a team that South-and yet the contract
,,,"W., th.,., but tho reason behind Iti oppooronco li still not |."> offering no cluot t. rH sudden. eppeoronco of the lokelond olrpert.erelly lounds like a United States in failed.
SSTILLBROOK O I ."ow". Rumors hove popped up tkot It will be and .. <( .i 3 ( ; : J hn-o
n ) Crawford, ducking a club at the second
1 I George Rapee. Oswald Jacoby, trick. The spade suit offered a
& e. v.. Old 5th Chinese Workers Seek Better TreatmentBy Ira Rubin and William Root.In better chance of a ninth trick
fact, the first five of these and with a defensive shift to
., 86' BOURBON 3 for $9.00 layers competed In the last diamonds likely, there would not
World Olympiad in Turin. Italy, be time to test all the possibilitles. -
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RONNIE WEI "Two-thirds of the world 'and class brothers' their
population neglect our ferings fathers and broth- .
In I960 and Root Is one of the
SMIRNOFF'S Associated Press Writer have not been liberated; A recent Issue of the Work.ers' ers went through and how to- best players In the country nev- Rubin who was East won the
\ HONG KONG un' WorkersIn we should never be concernedwith Daily says many young day's blissful living was gained er to have won International' second trick with the club jack,
1 VODKA 349 I mainland China are demanding our own living conditions mining workers in Llaoyuan, honors. and duly shifted to the diamond
North China, about
1 are unhappy
higher wages and better The double-elimination event eight. South saw that he was
"Without 'bitter
their drinking
water -
pay. .
treatment. The Chinese Communists extended over a five month period : in some difficulties and covered
I S have made It plain they'New York Group Other workers, according to they do not know what a. and the Stone team won with the nine.Decision.
sweet taste Is like. They cannot
I have no intention of meeting the paper, complain of Insufficient convincingly, having been unbeaten on Spades
SEAGRAM'SI I the demand. I'Schedules Annual food and clothing "We I and distinguish" between right throughout. Each of the West won with the jack and
I 369 Recent issues of the Workers' eat nothing but bread and the wrong. other surviving teams had suffered could judge from the earlier club
The these work-
CROWN Daily of Peking report that material of our working clothes paper urges one defeat. play that his partner held the
ers to visit and interview old
-I is alike, of them said.
__ I many young workers complainof Picnic SaturdayThe some miners. The runners-up were Ed Low- club: queen: South would not
low wages, poor food and un One young worker wrote in enthal (captain), Dave Mason have ducked a club trick if he
'satisfactory' living conditions I annual Jefferson County, another Issue: Price Has Sol> Seidman, Ed Pinner and had held the queen. It was also
ITALIAN SWISS "Piles of good trousers In the Party -ouls Levy a well-balanced clear to West that East had
The however, told New York, picnic will be held
c I newspaper show LONDON (AP Prince An.
windows of department ) -
team without stars of International -nothing else of value, so Rapee
9 5 its readers: at noon Saturday at Lowry ParkIn
drew, second in line to the
Tampa. stores are so tantalizing If the experience This was a decided that something had to
TWINES government would print more British throne Is 4 years old fine performance by a squad be done with the spades
Persons from this area plan and Increase our today. He'll celebrate with a
NEEDED money wages composed largely of persons I He led the spade jack a very
Sweet or Dry a4 Diatal' truek tractor not men than ning to attend should take a wouldn't our living standards party at Buckingham Palace who put much valuable time and fine play, which convinced South
t ...'. al'Ii t. I.... far aullintrailar. covered dish, table service, be improved quickly?" for about a dozen friends effort Into the administration of that the
In Cantral, Flarlda. ..... beverage and sandwiches. king was offside South
.....t ,laaf*. pay waahlir. Call The paper says the demand the Greater New York Bridge allowed the jack to hold and the
Wo Reserve the Limit Quonriry I. w. ....._. Tarmlnal' M... Officers of the organizationwill Is made mostly by young workers James Butler Hickok was the Association. eight was continuedanothershrewd
: ;; .. 1 Winter O.r..., ria. (It I7T1 be elected and prizes will It laid: real name of "Wild Bill" Hick- Lowenthal lost to Stone by 33 move. South placed
-,- I be awarded In several cate "They do not know what suf ok. international match points, but West with a doubleton spade

won by 56 against the third- and saw that he still had a
-- place team: Sol Rubinow (captain chance.It .
=i WARDS GUARANTEES SATISFACTION OR YOUR MO-NEY ; ), brother of the late Morton would have cost him nothingto
BACK"y Rubinow, for whom the trophy play dummy's queen, but he
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Victor and Jacqul Mitchell, dummy's ace The third
Philip Feldesmen and Bob round of clubs established a
Inuchin. club trick for South, but to his
Match Is Unfinished horror, West produced the
i Stone led Stayman by 37 spade king for the setting trick.
points after 28 boards of a scheduled The gain for the Stone team
FITS ATOP 42-board match, which was was limited because the North-
left unfinished because the final -South pair in the other room
result had been already determined -stopped in a part-score. But to
ONTGOAAERYWJ&FEO reveal which player opened one
The deal shown today helped club with the South hand, and
the Stone team to victory In Its raised a response of one heartto
final match against Lowenthal.In two hearts, would be to black-
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W I Associated Press Writer I one religion frequently were
NEW DELHI, India (un'-More stirred to flight by rioters of
than 100,000 refugees are on the another religion. While religionis
1 ;")Ji I N..vp.aerud.d march or huddling In makeshift the cry, the aim seems often
.Iwninura unw.l.f. camps in the crowded east end to get land the victims lived on

., of the Indian subcontinent or jobs they held.
s Officials estimate 30,000 Moslems .I Neither government dares to!
", 4 low Mrt-h.r%*. have been driven out of prevent movement of refugeesinto

ry ,,. Indian Bengal by Hindu rioters its territory, despite the
and 20,000 Hindus have fled East'problem of feeding and clothing
Pakistan in the wake of MosLem them. Most arrive across the
rioting border with only cotton pajamasand
In the swelling migration shirt or sari they have on
northward, about 50,000 tribal their backs.
nt, people have fled from East PakIstan Public opinion In both coun
.".tprott. ..CISgougelumlnwm into the Garo Hills tract tries would not stand for refugees
troniomrolnforto.4 1 qf Assam, the Indian govern- being kept out, observers
with ask L,,,' ments reports. These include,agree
foeim flotation large numbers of Christian converts -! India Is planning to take des
according to Indian officials -
tanks for mere safety titute refugees by train to a resettlement
lhe.l heOSI. camp at Dandakaranya -
.' Food Problem in central India, some 500
"11. "",1.-
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The Indian and Pakistan gov
spray rails bow plot Exodus Cause UndeterminedThe
rnments are hard put to find
aim is to their
rice for the refugees There is prevent
becoming a burden to the
widespread official anxiety that
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strained of West Bengal

Sea King 12' aluminum boat could the torrents streams turn. Into of human uncontrollable beings What. caused economy an estimated 50,.

Officials also see a danger or 000 tribes people to flee from
the northern part of East Pak
new religious rioting as resultof
istan Into the Garo Hills in recent -
the refugee movements. Job-

.- L FOR FISHING OR FAMILY FUN AFLOAT less earlier, grudge-bearing years were among refugees the of fragmentary weeks is reports not clear reaching from

chief arsonists and knife-wield New Delhi. Pakistani sources
said there had been
no reports
era In last month's riots
Those riots were put down of any riots in the areas.

J / ) -: ;II SAFER, STURDIER AND S with Preventing troops in mutual both countries.solution ofthe fare An American organization Protestant called wel the

i ': (. '" .tJ. : A BREEZE TO HANDLE problem is the bitter Indian- Church World Service has two
representatives in the Garo
Pakistan area
Kashmir.
quarrel over
: 'h' Aluminum hull-requires minimum There also Is a dispute over the and Is planning to spend con
up. siderable
L nationality of several hundred sums to buy food,
keepl) Just put it on your car top. .. thousand Moslems In the Indian clothing, and the makings of
shelter for the tribal ,
and off! Provides border districts around East refueees
you're safer boatIng Pakistan A Catholic relief organization; n,
-designed for stability balance maintained by American Roman
SEA KING I Neither Wants Them Catholic bishops, is planning to
In choppy water; non-skid floor. India has been evicting themas send $14,000 to priests In the

NO MONEY DOWN Pakistanis, while Pakistan same area to buy food for the
350-LB. TRAILER insists they are rightfully Intans. refugees
Both organizations aid the
Riots in the overpopulated needy without regard to religion.
iR-4J.LdLiiiI' l E Ganges delta region are an old As a result the many yearsof
Strong frame, nondemountablewheels ui problem It was not solved by missionary activity, more
the separation of British India than 60 per cent of the Gar!

; rubber keel rollers, ad. 40 H.P. ELECTRIC START GET BOAT, MOTOR, TRAILER into Moslem Hindu-dominated Pakistan India.and secular Big Hill people to Church are Christian World ,Serv-according -

minorities remained In both re's Delhi representative, Doug-
winch
justable stand. OUTBOARD MOTOR $ 399Discontinued countries. after the 1947 partion las Cook.

I The whole region except for JAX OFFICIXL NAMED
Regularly $590.00 ,industrial zones at Calcutta and TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Gov
oo Dacca is underdeveloped, under.'Farris Bryant named Robert A
model $ 15 Ft. Fiberglas Boot ertilized, and subject to the'Mallard of Jacksonville supervisor .

8 9 Brand New 3 9 7 40 H.P. Elec. Start Motor whims for of water.the southeast monsoon ,Duval of County voter today.registration for

Uncrated 950 Lb. Boat Trailer Though Assam has oil wells
and tea plantations, most of the A new radio telescope be-
region consists of small rice, lieved to be the largest of its
jute, or vegetable farms Malnutrition -kind-has been built by the U.S.
is common. Millions government in Puerto Ricos

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MOST POLICIES OUR POLICY
(AP) A equal line The aquall line, which moved Electric power to the Orange dinner meeting, at I:30 Prank C Scott general' chairman week of the highly optimistic reception -
which preceded a cold from into Florida early Tuesday Memorial Hospital was cut for o'clock tonight at College of the Program of Progreai the program I ii receiv COST $10 to $12.50 COSTS$ per $1000
In its second week Intensive
moving down the Florida Penta morning, drenched much of the an hour forcing the hospital to Height Methodist Church will now planning, told the Larger of Leg He related several Incidents per $1000 COVERS

aura Tuesday pawned a mall state. Tallahassee recorded use emergency generator bring together all member of Gift Committee member this which he aid had given him COVER -Fir.., Nflkmlm well,
tornado and lathed many areas nearly three Inches of rain and A barge hauling a Saturn the executive committee, the renewed confidence In the program. ...ltln.Mrm ...... wi....
nearly one Inch fell In Tampa at booster rocket from Huntsvllle, and Fee. Metal. -'.. !IeI. ..rob.
captain .
with wind of more than 80 miles midday. Ala., to Cape Kennedy was worker for thechurch' iii' ". Woman ...1.rna. ...... wlll40 ...... ft.M, rI....
an hour Severe thunderstorm blown mudbank the Seeking The Rev. Charles W Welch term, ell', HrtfI...... w tr, .!..., unite!...
and tornado onto a by
The Weather Bureau confirm. "Pro P? Department of Finance and Stead, ri.l.e _. ........ .r *m4.lbm.f .
ed a tornado report in HighlandsCounty warning were posted for heavy winds five mile from gram of Prog- Es Field Service, Division of National class, a-Ilct.as ... .lll.t S r.nle. rise MI
west of Lake nearly all part of the state during -the Cape. Rain and wind also reaa." Demo National Missions of the Methodist ,Wet es ....11... h'l-' Ilwll I .MKIIMtl 1.., **t.rMl .
Okee- most of the day. However, Forced a postponement of a golf Objective of a Church. Is In Lakeland directing ,lit Irarcfr, rl.t ., civil' tflKhire" w .....
chobee. It touched down briefly .. .. .., .
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the squall line eased In intensityas tournament at St. Augustine tilt imnotl 4ii ace ( weter.
several time about six miles it proposed Committee PostMIAMI the "Program of Progress. (Mr** .r )..>... .*
southeast of Lake moved toward the southern Some wind damage was doneto $300,000 pro. The Rev. Charles P. Hamilton wvtvr._ PLUS
but
Istokpoga
caused little tip of the state. the citrus crop, mostly involvIng gram, the fist I I. pastor of College Heights ... .. ,. :
damage and no InJurie Miami O. e a.r 1, 0.-l .. (. ..
*. received some light fruit blown from the tree major (AP-A former president Methodist Church, whose mem- wr.r..d ....:::tx" .
rain and moderate wind a* the Miami Weather Bureau forecaster ment Improv.t } of the Democratic Wom bership number over 1200. $100, w;-::."": 2. L....f M* S14t
High Wind Reported front passed through. Arnold Sugg said "These! College .. f.. en' Club of Florida, Mr*. Nancy RfraM, l, ..,.lr.4 ky kw* tar tenth 111* .11.-1
tornado warning are kind of SO-year M W. Evan of Miami said I *** r- ra. Nis' .d N "
history TICKET TO
Other area reported that high Orlando Hard Hit soon YOUR ... ..-,1 llw J. FIre d.pMw.aew
minds from the squall line ripped tricky. But February and Marchare are to renovate today aha is a candidate for I IMPORTED FOODS -... w.lair Mr ynhab.r..w.se (Si 00)
Heaviest damage appeared to good month for small twister and enlarge the sanctuary, build National Democratic Commit.
off
glass windows rooftop and, smashed flattened plate billboard be In the Orlando area where in Florida;' additional educational facilities teewoman. ) JJiL f SmrmnLSMVI i EARLE W. DAY & CO.
No sections of roof were ripped The forecast calls for cooler retire present mortgage Indebtedness All party officer will be elect-
*. Injuries were reported from a Presbyterian church in weather today with chilly temperature and acquire expanded I ed May 26th, the date of theSecond MM Mtrms cwn P.0. lox 1258 St. Petersburg Florida 3373310YR.
Azalea Park. tonight. parking .area Democratic Primary. V tXfc t
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12YearOldGets ;; Clever Hostess Can Produce Snacks From Pantry Named Apple

By CECILY BROWNSTONE As noon as everyone hal piled other hostess appreciates of sandwiches with soft butter of foil, turn up edges of foil to Have on hand a small pot of
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Associated Press Food EdItor out of the car on a Friday evening These mack do not have to and sprinkle with paprika, Placeon catch drippings. Bake In a very smoked cheese: remove from Blossom Queen
Jury 1 Almost every good hostess has' this hostess makes for the be served with cocktails, al a sheet of foil and bake In hot oven about 10 minutes or pot. Mix the cheese with a
'her own specialties that she can' kitchen. While her husband gets a very hot oven for about 10 until bacon is browned and and WINCHESTER, Vs (AP-
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Duty SummonsCOLORADO whip up at a moment's notice.I the drinks, she puts together the them. You'll find that they taste minutes. Serve at once. crisped: spear each bacon little white wine. Lucy Balnei Johnson, the 16-
mayonnaise or
When you find such a quick snacks The makings for them Melted Cheese Crackers-Cut wrapped olive with a toothpick
SPRINC.S.; Colo.!witted cook, take note of her are on her country pantry good with tea and coffee.OVEN sandwich-eUe slices of Cheddaror Serve at once. If you like, you Spoon back Into pot. Place year-old daughter of President
( procedure. shelves, in the refrigerator or In SNACKS similar cheese into small may use a tomato to Insert the crackers on a sheet of foil and and Mn. Johnson, baa been
'P-.Tack Connelly Jr got a That's just what' we did I whenwe I the basket of fresh supplies she Sardine Sandwich Fingers squares that are a little smaller,olives on for serving heat in a hot oven: serve with named queen of the Shenandoah
uniclpal Court Jury summons from than the of crackers. Franks Stick Place the cheese and ham spread. Apple Blossom Festival.
heard that a friend of ours brings town. Drain a can of brisling sardines tops Place on -
In the mail Tuesday I lean offer the best tasting platter : One of the tricks to this easy and mash them with a fork on a sheet of foil and hen miniature frankfurter (you can Miss Johnson is the first
"Gee," he said "I only hope I of hot hors d'oeuvre in jig: service is using aluminum fOIl.1 along with a hsrd-cooked egg briefly in a very hot oven until use the ones that come in jars) KENNEDY ON SHOW daughter of a president and the
Ihey let me out of school" I time. With a country place in All the snack are placed on and a little lemon juice; season the cheese begins to melt Top on a sheet of foil in a very hot NEW YORK (AP)-U.S. Atty. first Texan to be named queen
The clerical error has been Maryland to which she brings the foil and baked in a hot oven 1 with alt and pepper. Spread on each cracker with a tiny squareof 'oven until heated through and Gen. Robert F Kennedy will of the 37-year old festival. She
guests from New York City, (The oven heat while the hors thin slice of bread and top with pimiento. Serve at once slightly browned; Spear each appear on Jack Paar's television will reign from April 30 to May
corrected and the 12-yearoldboy' and a reputation for being a d'oeuvre is being put together.) matching slice of bread. Cutaway Bacon-wrapped Olives-Wrap,frankfurter with a toothpick: program March 13 and talk 2. '
father will serve in his:fine cook, our friend has to have The foil keeps the kitchen clear crusts and then cut each medium-sire stuffed green olives serve at once with sweet mus- about the "wit and human side"
place Connelly Sr Is an engineer some short-order goodies up her of pans and save pan-washing I sandwich Into three finger-slze with pieces of bacon, secure tard sauce of his brother, the late President I Typhoons trough Okinawa I
with a radio nation sleeve. __ I-- a boon.- -that---any---weekend-or.I sandwiches Spread both tides with toothpick Place on a sheet Potted Cheese and Ham John_F, Kennedy ___ _,,from_May October.


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i Associated Press Food Editor We've found this liver pudding deviled ham. I herring and beets. And most 1'/ cups milk with llngonberry or cranberrysauce.
Against Poverty I Some American families of served on smorgasbords In Scandinavian Stuffed celery any mild smorgasbords Include a sweet Ipound beef liver, ground Makes 4 to 6 servings, SagebrushWRAY
Finnish background prepare a cheese mixture may be used for,jellied mold classed at a salad. I l'/4 cups cooked rice
WASHINGTON (AP-Sargent Fascinating main dish. Grand restaurants where traditionally -the stuffing. Cream cheese, Bread should be assorted. The '11 cup dark corn syrup Recipe may be doubled and
Shriver was sworn In Tuesday mothers have passed along the a few hot dishes are blended until smooth with Blue orange flavored Scandinavianrye 14 cup raisins cooked in II 3-quart casserole Colo. (AP) Under.
as a special assistant to President -recipe through the years. offered along with the cold. A Cheese or Roquefort Is a fine bread called Llmpa may be' l'/4 teaspoons salt V/2 hours. Notes If pudding gets sheriff Harold Williams found
Johnson to direct the administration's This dish holds a combinationof pleasant Idea any partygivercan combination; cheddar cheese made at home. Crisp rye crackers Cook chopped onion in 2 tablespoons too brown toward end of bak- 10,000 or more In cash Tuesday
antipoverty campaign foods not ordinarily thought of adopt. The smorgasbord can with port Is another and M e I b a toast are butter over low heat until ing, cover with foil. apparently part of $22,864
!as "going together"-liver, rice, be as simple or *s elaborate as Cheese by Itself the more "musts' ," tender and transparent. Beat
taken in a bank holdup at En-
Johnson and members of the corn syrup and raisins are bakedIn you please, depending on the varieties the merrier, but if you Dessert might be an apple egg in large bowl until foamy,
Cabinet were on hand as Herbert a casserole with cooked onion, number of dishes you choose to choose only two or three, have pudding, favored in all Scandinavian -Blend In milk. Mix In cooked HOME'S DAUGHTER ders Neb.
Miller, White House administrative milk and egg. When we tried this have appear on It. Here are at least one that Is mild. countries or cake or onions, liver, rice, remaining ENGAGED Stacks of moldy currencywere
officer, administered -recipe In our kitchen, tasters some suggestions for cold dlhes.and Cold ham this may be the cookies. :2 tablespoons butter, corn syrup LONDON (AP-Mcrlal Doug. found In sagebrush 18
the oath to Shriver. voted It "different and Interest the liver pudding recipe fol. boiled or baked variety. sliced or And be sure to serve strong raisins and salt. Pour into las-Home, 24, daughter of Brit miles north of Wray in northeastern .
"Now you can officially wage ing." Iowa I ready to dice hot coffee. greased l'/i quart casserole. ain's prime minister, has announced Colorado. The locationwas
war and make peace at the One caution In preparing the Stuffed eggs-they may have Fish herring, sardines and FINNISH LIVER PUDDING Bake In hot (400 degrees) her engagement to
same time" Johnson told Shrlv- recipe. In our opinion the dish their yolks mashed with butteror anchovies % cup butter or margarine oven about 1'% hours. Puddingwill Adrian Darby, tutor In economics pinpointed In questioning
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i $14,205 GRAM'TALLAHASSEE un Florida Turns TablesOn long winter mornings orange sauce over gingerbread % cup Florida orange Juice

when the children are In school Serve hot or cold. Place orange and apple slices
State University said the Nation Officer and the sun hangs low In the YIELD: 8 3-Inch squares In layers In 8x8x2-inch baking

I al I Science Foundation provideda sky, often fill a woman with a WINTER CITRUS PUDDING or a 1-quart casserole. Combine .
of $14,205 for another peeled, pan
grant creative cooking urge. The 3 Florida oranges
PHILADELPHIA (AP-COn. nutmeg and cinnamon.
of fresh cool or sliced and quartered sugar
snmmer research Institute for fruity aroma
stable M. Murray Adler pleaded Sprinkle half of this mix
college teachers of psychology,, guilty to a speeding charge In anges and crisp apples, now at 2 apples, sliced ture over the fruit. Blend flour,
scheduled for June 12 to Aug. 12 traffic court and was fined $15. their abundant, economical peakof 1 tablespoon sugar sugar, baking powder, salt, orange .
---- ---- visions nutmeg
goodness, conjures up : /i teaspoon
I Then he turned to Magistrate cinnamon rind and egg until crunv
iONDSl of baked delights. \'t teaspoon
Louis Vlgnoll and laid: "Your, Here are recipes for two Topping bly. Sprinkle over sliced fruit.
I".SURII'I honor, I have four traffic scoff i y with flour Sprinkle remaining cinnamon
1
sweet treats: Gingerbread cup
..,.... law warrants against patrolman) mixture over all. Dot with but.
Orange Sauce and Winter Citrus 1 cup sugar
/
George Mitchell," and placed] Pudding to be served fresh 1 teaspoon baking powder ter. Pour orange Juice over all.
309 S. TENNESSEE AVE Mitchell under arrest. I for dinner the same day you U teaspoon salt Make in 350 degree F. (moderate

I PH 6824141JSlfN 'I Mitchell, who had given the bake them or frozen and yt teaspoon Florida orangerind ) oven 45 minutes. Serve
I ReprennNngAmerlc.e speeding ticket to Adler was brought forth when company ar-| warm or cold with whipped
Wy\ charged In the warrants with rives unexpectedly. 1 egg, beaten cream, if desired.YIELD .
overparklng three times anddisregarding The .Dlnocrhrcad rectos has '_> tablespoons butter- : 6 to 8 servings._
Pin fr Ceiualry Ce. -
_parking_ _sign. you one upD on your grandmothei
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as you can use a packaged caki Meals From
Plan Two
Fas*. fh dlff.rtnc. QUAUTY maktifRONCO mix. The spiciness of ginger anc I

the sweet freshness of Florida
orange juice make a flavorfu A Tasty Veal Roast

marriage, and a luscious sauc

to top the gingerbread squari.; With cold weather here, hear cream of mushroom soup
Is simply made from prang satisfying meals are in or 3 to 4 medium potatoes
slices, Juice and rind, sugar, ty cut in half
accordinglyand
Better because it'i made from No.1 Semolina...heart of durum wheat salt and cornstarch, and poured!i I der. So plan wisely menus 2 tablespoons water
I shop
I Ij over the cake. 1 tablespoon flour
It's smart planning to buy apiece
.'7"-i"", 1'"' I Winter Citrus Pudding, a variation < of meat with two meals in 8 to S canned whole apricots
[ on the familiar favorite I time but In large heavy pan, brown
j =- Q.N ao:..".;;._ I II. WHILE FLORIDA ORANGES and apples are at their flavor peak, bake these two dessertsto Apple Brown Betty, combine I also mind.Is It more not only economical.saves With,meat on all sides. (Use shorten
: [ enjoy today or store In the freezer Gingerbread Is topped with an orange sauce and sliced Florida oranges with I I if Stir in
)
fSPAOHETTil veal roast (for a ing necessary soup.
4
-I.\ a 3 to pound
.: : I I orange and apple slices are combined In a pudding. sliced apples. The crunchy tex family of 4) serve It as a roast Cover; cook over low beat ll/i
I:ture of the pudding comes from hours. Add cook
an
--- potatoes;
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a crumbly topping of flour, sugar meat in a tangy casserole for:additional hour or until meat is

baking powder and egg,, the second meal. I tender. Remove meat and potatoes

COOPER Bros. SCHALLER'S SAPP'S flavored with Florida orange. For the first dinner, brown the to heated platter. Tothicken
ir-
rind. The dessert Is equally veal then cook it in flavorful gravy, gradually blend
reslstable served either hot or canned condensed cream of water into flour; slowly stir

cold with whipped cream, and mushroom soup. The meat drippings !Into gravy. Cook stirring until
Super Market Market Grocery it can go Into your freezer, too. juices, and soup blend thickened.

GINGERBREADWITH together for a savory gravy. Serve with meat; garnish with
ORANGE SAUCE Cook halved white potatoes right apricots. M a k e s 4 servings.

930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota 1 mix package gingerbread cake along, too. Garnish the finished meal.(Enough leftover for second
dish with canned whole apricots )
1/ cup sugar There's no more perfect When the veal returns to the
1 tablespoon cornstarch Fare to brighten a winter's day. table for the second time, it's a

U teaspoon salt Here's the complete menu: Veal and Spaghetti Casserole.
QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES 1 cup Florida orange Juice Florida, Savory Veal Roast with Dice the cooked meat, then mix
2 teaspoons grated Mushroom Gravy with cooked spaghetti, tomatoes
asttaa orange rind and Italian green beans
Potatoes
1 Florida orange, sliced canned condensed Cheddar

Fla. Grade A Dressed and Drawn Whole Prepare to package gingerbread directions accordIng using- Apricots Buttered Frozen Asparagus cheese combination soup and too seasonings.good to be A

Hearts of Lettuce with
fl 9 inch square pan. Mix sugar,' French Dressing thought of as "leftover" serveit
:ornstarch, and salt In saucepan Spanish Cream with as a "planned-over" soon
Stir; in orange juice, and orange Raspberry Sauce Coffee again.
rind. Slowly bring to a boil, Veal and Spaghetti Casserole
stirring constantly. Add orange VEAL ROAST Garlic Bread
slices; heat. Remove gingerbread WITH MUSHROOM GRAVY Mixed Greens with Sliced
from oven; let cool slight 3 to 4 pound veal sirloin roast Olives

FRYLIRS ly. Remove from pan. Pour I 1 can (IO'/4 ounces) condensed Fresh. Fruit Bowl
.V'E SPAGHETTI

CASSEROLE

/Is This A Cake Or 1 cup sirloin diced roast cooked veal

Lb. 1/3 cup chopped onion
1 large clove garlic minced

A Pudding Recipe ? %crushed to Vi teaspoon oregano

2 tablespoons butter or
bowl, then the other Ingredients margarine
GOOD-STALL-FED-STEER BEEF By CECILY BROWNSTONE into a
LYKES FRESH PORK Associated Press Food Editor are added. A quick 1 can (11 ounces) condensed
We can't decide whether this stir and It's ready to be baked. Cheddar cheese soup

Full Cut Tender Club BUDGET SLICED recipe produces a cake or a PINEAPPLE CHOCOLATE 1 can (8 ounces stewed

NECK pudding. So at our house, whereIt PUDDING-CAKE tomatoes
1 cooked Italian
ROUND SIRLOIN STEAK is approved, we call it pud- 1 can (1 pound, 4 ounces) cup beans green
cake and offer It two
ding- ways.
crushed pineapple 2 cooked
Part of It is served as a cake, cups spaghettiIn
2 cups sifted flour saucepan, brown veal and
79C sliced as usual. When we serve 1 cup sugar cook onion, garlic, and oreganoin
79c1b.69c1b. BACON BONES the rest of it as a pudding, we 1rteaspoons baking soda butter until onion is tender.
heat the slices over hot water
lb. % teaspoon salt Stir in soup and tomatoes; add
with
and pass a pudding sauce >4 teaspoon cinnamon remaining ingredients. Pour
them, or give them a topping of
y4 teaspoon nutmeg into 14 quart casserole. Bakeat
whipped cream. 1 package (4 ounces) sweet 350' for 30 minutes. Makes 4

Bake Ahead cooking chocolate, chopped servings.Tomorrow's.
Chuck All Meat Rump
Bake this dessert ahead be- 1_ cup chopped pecan
cause it needs about 12 hours '. CUP chopped raisins
ROAST STEW ROAST Ibs. : storage before It is served. This 2 eggs, slightly beaten '

3 $1 1'In stay improves its texture and 1% cup butter or margarine,, i


49 69 59 flavor.Its texture, by the way, Is Grease melted a 9 Inch tube pan; \ Menu Idea

; ; ; lb.C rather like pudding the made popular with Scandinavian fruit line the bottom with brown pa

flavor Cold Sliced Turkey and Ham
cocktail. Its out-of-the-way per.Drain pineapple thoroughly; Relishes
from combining
comes there will be a generous cupful
Casserole of Beans
Kidney
crushed pineapple with sweet
> of the pineapple
Reserve cup
cooking chocolate. The chocolate Onions and Green Pepper
is cut In small pieces so syrup. Hot Garlic Bread
bite. Sift together the flour, sugar Cole Slaw
there's full flavor In every
baking soda, salt, cinnamon and Lemon Cookies
This dessert is an easy one to
make. Dry ingredients are sifted nutmeg into a mixing bowl. Stir Vanilla Hot Chocolate
in the chocolate, pecans and VANILLA HOT CHOCOLATE
raisins. Add the slightly beaten
AUTOMATIC FOGGER (I servings)
eggs, drained pineapple, reserved
% cup pineapple syrup 2 squares unsweetened j
BACON19b GETS RID OF chocolate
and the melted butter. Stir I
enough to moisten all the flour. 1/3 cup sugar r
ALL ROACHES 1/U teaspoon salt
tube
;Turn into the prepared pan.
/ cup hot water
In moderate (350 degrees -
Bake a
3 cups top milk or light
ANTS, FLEAS t ) oven 1 hour and 10 min cream, scalded
utes. Place cake In pan on wire
1 vanilla
teaspoon pure
AND TICKS rack to< cool for 15 minutes. extract
I Loosen edges and center with a Vanilla Whipped Cream
or small knife; turn out,
I)R YOUR spatula Melt chocolate in top part
MONEY BACK remove. paper. Turn right side of double boiler. Add
sugar
Allow to stand on rack until
CHASE & SANBORN HERSHEY'S OR I up. salt and water. Mix well.
U cold. Cover tightly and store 12
KRAFT'SMAYONNAISE Bring to boiling point over
FRESH GREENCABBAGE hours before serving. direct medium heat stirring
-
FLORIDACRYSTALS
COFFEE constantly. Add hot top milk
or light cream. Heat thor
IIIKiIIl I Five KilledIn oughly. Stir in pure vanilla
extract. Serve hot In mugsor

1-lb. Can coffee cups, with Vanilla
Georgia
Whipped Cream.

Full Quart SUGAR .n roaches, ants, ail..frtl.h Train-Car Crash VANILLA Vj cup heavy WHIPPED cream CREAM

ticks, leas, scorpions 1V4 teaspoons sugar
and other flying or crawling
Inserts in your entire house ATLANTA, Ga. (AP-A family \'i teaspoon purl vanilla
c :No bug can .ae.pel! outing and a visit with extract

All you have to do I I. set friends turned into tragedy when Whip cream until almost
39c c .ff a canister of Holiday the mother and father and three I stiff. Add sugar and pure
5 5lbs.59Clb Aerosol Fumigant In your of their eight children were vanilla extract. Top each cup
two closed hour up bouse While and you leave are out for killed in a car-tram crash. of hot mocha with 1 teaspoon-

a fin aerosol mist fills the Two other children of the ful.
house and penetrate everycrack Samuel Monroe Bailev family

1# LIMIT WITH 5 IB. LIMIT WITH 5.00 and hid crevice. where insects were injured in the crash in the
may :
Siamese Twin
LIMIT 1 5.00 OR MORE 'PURCHASES OR MORE PURCHASES Holiday Aerosol Fumlirantcontinue nearby Tucker community Mon
day night. Three children were
to work for up to
ail weeks. It is clean stain at home. Boy Is Dead
less and absolutely safe when The automobile was carried
used as directed. One largo a out 1,800 feet by the train
canister does the work of after the crash at the crossing After SurgeryCHELSEA
more than a gallon of
ordinary insecticide spray, Killed were Mr and Mrs..
Bailey; Brenda, 16, Gayle, 7,, Mass. (AP) A
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS and Kathie, 6. Siamese twin boy died Tuesdayin

SIMPlE. EAST WAY TO GET 110 I Two other children in critical Chelsea Naval Hospital, five

OF INSECTS TODAY. condition at a hospital were Bet- days after he was separated by
ty Ann, 8, and Wayne, 2. surgery from the body of his
AFAtTMfNT > SMALL tint II Engineer: E.F. dead brother.
E0GS40 i Lyons of Plum
HOMI1III (s ".1 +|>0 I IkMH ,
S OOO l.. II. Branch, S.C., said the automobile Michael Richard, Born Jan.
pulled on the crossing directly 17, died of a ruptured bowel.

3-SRSOOM(r4...) tr..NCMI's Sill V 0* in front of his train. His brother Mark, joined to
i I U.OOOnfcKfMt. him at the head, died last Fri.
!MATH INSTITUTETALLAHASSEE i day and the operation was performed
I Sold ol Drug Gorden W' Florida immediately.The .

Supply, Hardware and State University said Tuesday it boys were the children
would conduct a mathematics of Air Force T. Sgt. and Mrs.
Stores.Mrs .
Leadings Grocery institute for teachers and super Alfred F. Richard of Pawtucket,

kr Pet CkemUels, '"c., visors in grades one to six from R.f. They were born while
RIGHTS June 15 to Aug. 8. The national Richard was stationed in Italy
RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Miami., Fie. Science Foundation provided a I and brought to the Chelsea

$37,500 grant for the institute I:hospital Jan. 23.

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: Upset By Gophers, Deacons Growl ManagersBy



JACK SLAYTON

, By TED MEIER The defeat dropped MichiganInto ference by nipping Tennessee. 18-point lead In the first half ands with three minutes to go, but alms 74.64, Portland downed Oregon Ledger Sport Editor

( Associated Press Sports Writer a tie for first place In the 47-45 and Texas A&M kept It stay ahead in their upset of the Deacons regained the leadat 88-80, Virginia Tech edged Baseball coaches and managers nowadays" have

J Maybe the Michigan Wolverines -Big Ten Conference with Ohio one-game lead In the Southwest Michigan. (968 on Richard Herring's Furman 78-79, Cincinnati decided "power can be a dangerous thing.
and the Duke Blue Devils I Ever since the founding fathers of our so-caHed
won't be in the NCAA championship Slate at 82. Duke' defeat Conference by defeating bay. Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin basket. Two free throws by Bob whipped St. Joseph's, Ind., 99.84 national sport decided "spit was a horrid word, es-

postseason tournament aft. ended a 28.game winning streakin lor 77-71 combined for 48 points, but the Leonard and one by Ronny and Eastern Kentucky overcame pecially on the surface of a baseball," power has

er all the Atlantic Coast Conference Davidson No. 8 In The Associated Wolverine stars didn't get much Watts then offset Hack Tlson's Tennessee Tech 88.72 In othe been "in" for major league circles. The ball was

This unexpected developmentin and dimmed the Blue Devils' Press poll, crushed East, help. Lou Hudson and Terry free throw and Jeff Mulllns tip-' Tuesday games. altered and the era of the "lively ball" came Into

college basketball came Tuesday hopes In the ACC championship Carolina the 105-45 while national Chicago Kunie each got 19 for Minnesota. in with two seconds left. Duquesne was named to the vogue-an era that has continued for these 44 years
89.75 Loyola,
night with Minnesota's defending
NIT postseason tourney and the manufacturerof
upset of the second-ranked Wolverines -tournament next month. champion whipped Bowling Mel Northway added 16 and Frank Christie's 25 points led Southeast Missouri, Assumption, And the vogue got added impetus when thin handle
of wood with a long
stick
and Wake Forest' 72-71 Georgia Tech climbed back Green 92.83. Don Yates 15. the Deacons. Jay Buckley got 26 Mass, Fisk and Cal Poly of Pomona bats came up with a from
drop
surprise conquest of the fourth- Into a first place tie with Kentucky A Minneapolis turnout of 17 Duke took the lead for the for Duke. to the NCAA small college and able to stand up fairly well, despite the weight

ranked Blue Devils. 'In the Southeastern Con-'I]:019 saw_the Gophers pile up an first time against Wake Forest Maryland defeated North Car-I, championship tourney. the normal 35 to 38 ounces to 30 to 32 ounces This gave the
.. hitter a bat with more whip, but less wood. It also created a

Frankensteinlan monster for many baseball players. It gave

rr-' LakelandDefeats them home run delusions when In reality they were strictly

{ I "singles" hitters And while many players were in double

I I k I s tall 1 figures in home runs, their home run total and batting average

S / i were also about on a parity.

Growled an Irate Chuck Dressen In discussing the current

trend to go for the homer, "This desire for everyone to hita

homer got a big boost when Ralph Klner-no fielding

PanthersPLANT whizz once commented: 'The home run hitters arc driving

Cadillacs while the singles hitters are driving Fords.*

He' a general manager now and 1 bet he wishes l he'd never

\ HIGH GYM TAMPA- said that. Just like us, he's trying to get those guys who can

21 Wednesday, Feb, II, 1164 Terry Lanier repeated his scor- only hit a homer about once every. two weeks to go for the

ing efforts against the Lake- base hits and forget the blasts

land Dreadnaughts here last Coach Bob Swift pointed out the bats today break "more

night but it wasn't enough as readily than when we were playing They split right up the

the Dreadnaughts chalked up a middle. Parts of them fall off and more than once you wind up

Oh Come Now! Beatles 73-65 victory over Plant's Pan with a handle In your hand. We always used to use the barometer -

there. of an Inch of length to an ounce of weight. Usually you

a d The win was Lakeland's 14th even added an ounce or two.

And The Confer In 20 games and ninth In IS "The singles hitters swung heavy bats. They let the bat

Lip Western Conference game. connect with the ball and allowed the added weight of the

They conclude their regular bat to give them their much-desired hits, spraying hits all

____ .. L season Friday night at Lakeland the field.
for themselves than over
By BEN FUNK lines in Senior
"High gym against
MIAMI BEACH (AP) -. building up Clay's fight But Manatees Hurricanes. They | One Homer Ruins Everything

Miami Beach somehow, got the, "The Greatest" was so honored host the Group I, Class AA,

Beatles. It also got Cassius Clay; by the visit that he composed Region III tourney Feb 28-29, "Nowadays you can often help a youngster and even con

and Sonny Liston. Taken separately this poem on the spot: playing King In the second vince him of the need for singles and base hits Ray Oyler

even at odd times, this.: Poem For Them game Feb. 28 with Winter Haven seemed to have gotten the idea last summer. He's not a home
should be to an "When Sonny Llston pick. up and Brandon In
enough satisfy > playing
and run hitter. He'll probably never be one. But he's a great fielder
the
town. paper sees the opener. Two winners meet and a good .270 average could earn him a major league berth.
"That the Beatles came to see
Feb. 29 for the t title
But these various attractionEgot I me .. -" Group We got him to go for hits instead of power He was doing
and berth In
mixed together and it's I a the regional
up "He will become so angree affair at Tampa Chamberlaingym. great and then one night he lost one over the left field fence.

too much. "That I will knock him out In INDOOR SESSION-Y..r.rdof'i high wind and rain chased the Dttrei Ties Indoon for e It took us about two weeks to get him out of the bad habitof

One could be excused for hopIng three." i lotion et the Lodwlck Airport htngtr. The htngtr was tiptcltlly fitttd out for Indoor workouts swinging for the fences again. The tragedy Is that everyone

that the fight between Liston I At the Surfslde Community with e city topping tvtr the concrtrt floor. At right Ii tht boning' age with Iron Mikt doing the Lanier collected 28 point. but isn't a Mickey Mantle or Babe Ruth," he shook his head sadly

heavyweight and champion will drift quietly: Center where Llston trains the pitching Playas trt Winding nttr cotch..'. spot for wtrmup ....ion. for pitchtn. Mantgtr Chuck despite a full-court press by the The era of power could be Justifiably called the Babe
Clay now Panther.
toward the deadline Feb. 25 in I champion also was pleased. He Drtiitn ((7) elks ever itmt points of the aims with iivtrol Btngali. (Lidgtr Photo by Hughti retain their, Lakeland lead managed Paul Jack-to Ruth Era. And Ruth, by his unique physique, was the exception

Convention Hall. One could not. expressed the hope that the publicity son, husby Lakeland center rather than the rule. His long flyballs were home runs
attracted and the
Clay
count on it. Beatles would by be reflected at Schedule Kathleen 35th chalked up 18 points to top Lake- while for anyone else, they were simply long outs. From the

The four British rock 'n' rollers the box office. Tigers land with Dan Sherman getting time he belted 51 homers In '20 until his career ended In 'II,

dropped in on Clay's trainIng "Clay," he said, "Is my mil 15, as did Bob Oenbrink, while everyone swung for the fence. Then came Klner, Johnny

quarters Tuesday at the lion dollar baby." Joe Shelnut had 13 and Kenny Mire, Hank Greenberg, Jimmy Foxx, Joe DIMagglo, Mantle

smelly old Fifth Street Gym. No Screams SWC Victim Deal got 11, giving Coach Sonny and Roger Marls And with their exploits also came beaucoup

Naturally, the Beatles were The Beatles got their pictures Two Squad GamesTiger Powell five men In double fig. dollars. Any first grader could see that If you hit the homers
I Interested i in head-
more getting ures.
taken by a mob of U.S. and British Of Plant you got the dollars.
ri*. HM'i. .wur onr news photographers, but CityPLANT Lanier got 18 of his pointsIn "You know," Stubby Overmire added, "There are few

they obviously were not as hap the second half and George Nellie Foxes and while they got good money, they never got
I fans will their first Hank
and
Aguirre Fox
get Terry CITY The Kathlee
I
about the whole thing Cas Olondo, a Cuban
as refugee
,
WrestlingSAT. py anywhere near the the home-run hitters take down.
look at some of the youngsterswho still unsigned. Lary Is supposed High Red Devils of Lakeland I chalked 14 money
for Coach
and up Fred
sius Sonny were.
And that's the monster we have to fight everytime we try to
may be performing for Detroit to be participating In displayed a vast improvement t Lapper's Panthers.

NITE 8 P.M. I There No teen-agers was no outburst were of present enthus this summer when a pairof the current Early Camp and from their first meeting with the! Sherman collected ten of his talk a youngster out of going for the long ball. He just looksat
'
iasm. The fight mob took little Intrasquad games are heldat was reported In town. Tiger Plant City High Planters. points In a final-quarter splurgewhen us like we're nuts'Who's: getting the big money? he asks.

LAKELAND ARMORY notice of the shaggy-haired visitors Henley Field Saturday and official knew nothing of his In the first meeting, Coach I Plant threatened to tie Just what do you answer to that question?"

WORLD except one who remarked Sunday. whereabouts John Edwards' Planters won,, the score So every spring for the past few years you'll see coaches,

TITLE MATCH 'Who's' dem characters?" Saturday's will begin at 12 Regular sessions continue ev- 104.53, but last night Coach Do I Lakeland' Destroyers defeated managers and scouts patiently working with players, seeking

I noon with Sunday's encounterat ery day at the Detroit farm fa Miller's Red Devi' cut the de. the Panther Cubs 6150. to leach them the art of "hitlln' where they ain't" and every

II I 1:30 p.m. There will be cility. feat margin to 30 points as the! LAKILAND | PLANT spring you'll see players nod their head In approval.And .
LAwn 54 > f ft torman
5
?
w no charge for the two games Planters won their 35th consecutive -' 4 /is Mar", 4 rInut a then a few weeks later when the season opens, you'llsee
.
Hurricanes and the length will be deter. Southwest Conference cage.. .15..5....:k o.t e52 0 O Wattoraon.on Si 1 1: 5 0 them down on the end of the handle, swinging for the
mined by the number of hurl. Mulberry Hosts contest, 65-44. ,.....n t II Ol.nd. S 45e
Oonkrink I III n.ador a; 5 fences and hitting .079. It's a vicious circle.Short .
ers available. The victory left Plant City 0.,1 1 55l.nN II 4255uNN1.
with a 13-0 SWC standing and C 1 JJ 1 ir *
I Yesterday's high winds in the TBC Tourney ,
one game short of Its second TUH at ii tj TM it of 11 u Sport Notes
Rout FSC morning and rain chased the tcr by .U..tor.,
undefeated season In the SWC. KILAND I* 14 It II-n
Tigers indoors and they workedout MULBERRY-Mulberry High. LA"T |1 14 I.2.l1.u -- Conferenceand
Kathleen Is now 1.12 In the to-** WITH FORT MEADE pulling out of the Ridge
: *. n* N.u/m.n.
I in the Lodwick Airport host for the Tampa Bay Con conference travel problems making It tough for Mulberry in the

I CORAL GABLESUniversityof hungar The hangar will be ference basketball tournament Kathleen played the Planter DREADNAUGHTSCORING Tampa Bay Conference as well as Pmecrest why not form a

aleWORLD Miami's talented Rick Barry used whenever the wind or in- will meet East Bay High at 1:30: on near-even terms the first and I II Class B-C league In this area with Santa Fe, Fort Meade, Mulberry -
clement weather make it Impractical tomorrow in the initial
-p.m. contest
was never better here last night fourth quarters, being out Pmecrest, Frostproof Avon Park and either Zephyrhills
I
to workout the Ti- of the first round.
as he paced the Hurricanes to' on pointed, 3027. The second and I a pa n TP or Sebring. It would be compact and a tough league for all .
gertown diamonds Lakelandis Other opening day games In- 20 121 T4 324
,a 120-79 rout over the Florida third periods were the deathtraps WITH STAN MUSIAL along with his $50,000 paycheck, a
one of the few cities with clude and Pine- J5,5. 20 M 41 231 gone,
: Zephyrhills
Southern College Mocs. indoor arena set up for spring an crest. 3:30: p.m.; Turkey Creek Plant for City the outclassed Red Devils Its vie as .hNnut 0.25 :(:).j: ,.: if 1.20 4N Tt 21 21 111 INn uTo2.brn' whole bunch of St. Louis Cardinals are ready to volunteer to

The loss dropped the Mocs drills. A clay topping was placed and Gulf, 7 p.m.; and Hernandoand itors, 3517.Kathleen. : .. 20 21p5,55 21 tOII take up his tab. Still unsigned are pitchers Ernie Broglio,
to 12-12 for the season. They 21II 21 15 and Bob Gibson infielders Bill White Julian
over the cement floor with a Brewster Tech, 9 p.m. will close out Its ITT Curt Simmons ,

M will play the Mercer Bears In batting cage installed for use The winners of tomorrow'snight season at home against the 5.14155 '. .. .. a a 0 5 54romhnpn Javier Ken Boyer and Dick Groat and outfielders Curt Flood

Macon, Ga., on Monday, returning with Iron Mike the mechanical games will play each oth- Lake Wales High Highlanders al: VN No/.on .Muad :. ; ta 0 ; 12Tota4 0 and Charlie James. Contract troubles for the Cards' Bing
home Feb. 27 for theirseason'
pitching machine and er at 7 while the 120 27 5311
pitching p m. Friday 8 p.m. Friday. Devine BOB KENNEDY nominal manager ol the Chicago
TAG TEAMCHAMPIONS ruts' AVIHAQt lit
finale with the University
warmup places Installed and victors of tomorrow's afternoontilts KATHL:7t I I PLANT CITY Include tarn** of 2/11/14 Cubs although just listed as "one of their many coaches," says
of
KURT .nd KAftL Tampa. plenty of room for pepper meet at 9 p.m The championship Sllvr 4 4 to 12 DanlyNlM 10 55r5f 2 a that "I haven't even thought about a replacement for Ken
Barry dropped In 44 points games.. Overhead lights permit contest Is scheduled for n 0 t t Traxktr- i Orioles Two
Von Brauner on Clino tit Watoon i : ; Sign Hubbs. That was one spot we felt we were set for the next
i 18 field goals and 12-for-12 at workouts at night as well. 8 p.m Saturday. H.rd'. 1 0 t CartonMador 0 0 0
0 1 > AyMuoMcDonald I I C ten years. It's a terrible loss. GERRY LINDGREN, a
MANAOID 'v alNTLIMAN IAU" the foul line and fouled out with There Hernando and Zephyrhills are 1 I II Fulton 0 0 C: BALTIMORE (AP-The Baltimore -
were no changes In Davit 000021,* 00 t wiry 115-pound high school distance runner, Ii seeking to
PUT TITLE ON LINE about after the favorites to the t Orioles announced
a minute to go playing capture
the 0 0 I Ward lOt '
arrivals of players with
"5.4' 111 nollynWall. 0 e IJ' run the 5,000 meters In the 64 Olympics Last Saturday he
Against/ Californians most of the second halt with title. Hernando carries a 190 Wednesday that outfielder Joe
four fouls. In the process Tom three pitchers, Frank Lary, overall record and a 7.0 TBC Galloway 0 til 0 t Gaines and pitcher John Papa turned in a fine 8:400: two-mile run in the Golden Gate Invitational

The Torres ,,?. Dawson Ellis Shaw and Dave standing Into the tourney 2..N ..t _t ..tj I _.!have signed 1964 baseball contracts at San Francisco The 5,000 meters Is the closest thingto
AI and RAMnN Basketball Scores Total, II 14 44 Total 27 u ..I 2.mile He's 30 seconds faster In the 2-mile than
Shinkman all fouled out FSCin Zephyrhills Is 6 1 in the confer. aNN .1Y RY.MahlNn .. ., leaving 11 players on the our run.

an attempt to contain the talented MIOH SCHOOL ence and 19-4 for all games. ctr U 5.Y 0 U 11-4 5s.44n.nt .,.44-man roster still unsigned any prep runner in history.
-- --
; Barry .y Th. A....,..... Pore
: Arudl. ||. ......t. Crdm l Mpn.Y
rlFICHAMPION Tim Elsnaugle, sore ankle ..r.N POLK ROUNDUPAuburndale
; : and all, lopped FSC with 25 .sots.1Ntr uat. MIt.rr .Mute .0. {"A.

Mike 1 lluber I aravl5w .,. Iouth..t 02.
points In:4: chippedIn i... LtN.bur.. .oca C,*.. .., (....1. ,
John Wells I with i ..1. L1.atahtN5luro. \ Wins 77-71
...... .
:
e Milh ST t rr>
12 was the only other double- 1
'I
V J "G IN 1I figure scorer for ISC. CI ..w.ar. N. T.rpn aw'si. HSR '
.P.tc"bur Nor'h..U 10. St, hl.
EAKINSrt I The victory also wrapped up ."*ur| DIN** Mollin* 64.

I p.1.na.. ntuM. the Florida Intercollegiate Con I Dun".....din....It.55. L Puan.m. 12J .10. JAekanvlll. To Assure 2nd Spot Tie

< NAPOIITANcsusNa n20TNr ference crown for Miami. I .wnrll. Parker 4t, jMfceh _. I
1 FLA SOWTHIP.N I MIAMI I .... mtchr' 42Jekt I
uuv to'' nvill* F.rr*.t II, Jae.N.ut
10 (t II ft toI .... .,.
KARLSON PARKS .Itn.wl., 1 ::11 ..-.. >. 44 .n .
YI- ? Jackunvill .,Iooult IT, JackwnyllliJacksonville AUBURNDALE The Au a fourth quarter rally before
Ihn.on I I lock nor t I I. ..
0._. I" Oroh 2. s.ewm.fl [no/.waed t burndale High Bloodhounds assured edging the Bartow High Yellow
TickrU-Walorn prut stor a a t o.m.o 5 355 Dunn ST. JatktinvllllFtrnandma
*.n'ido 1 10 .Oon..A."., 1.71Wrestling 55.115 t t II NaN. O. DNuMr ...nod. "..n....N. ) themselves no worse tha I Jackets, 55-50. In a non-confer
.h St. Jacktnvllli
ItudMIU 1 00 10
4 ale auto a a a
!Haw a 1 tPatrican ach 4 ..IIM U. a tie for second place In the! ence inter county basketball
,arte a I Marcut : Os.5.spIr {I."ns.Au.uNn.Johi 11. ml {I. Autuitin It MM.tt Southwest Florida Conference! tussle
0 t tOron t s
......rtM I tat a *.*.rt 11 *M,.,.r.tunn.lt Bach|4t 111Orland flD basketball race last night b y, Rick Anderson led the Blue
( a t a
** Ivan* T4 Orlandd awns. tlM tripping the visiting Lake Wale I Devils' attack with 16 points
) nt r Park II Sanlrd 41Orland
Total 2* ai T.toll 472l
a.... .t nal"11NMem Tl .1. rbC: 42 Colonial. 11 Orland Woo High Highlanders 77-71 while Tommy Howell netted 14

""""" --." '" w 53.OrLtla.rn. l..ho* Moor. {I, Orlando Oak F The Bloodhounds now are 9- 7"-S
.. I
do* s.I while third pUce Hardee is 8.5 Winter Haven also took the
****ka It. wld ood 4tLong.odd .
NNOVNCING I I ,IN.rhml.Ovde ....m.. It DoLlnd 41 Both clubs have one conference! jayvee game <--30.

Tt. Mount Dora ...hi,* 40 game remaining. 'A.TOW-W. 4.>-If. MoonvyNTIP .
h.m 1.1-. H.n r _1.. P5,520.
5.20 taeh f50.eNt H H IIL
THE Wants Booty Etheridge was the "take! ..n I.1-11. 1uuad -1 Clwn..n5. .
'
OPENING OF
I :.r"L.r'w:,..O.n. a.-1. H,._. 1.0-1. T.tal, n.
**..bur. II Winter Oardn Lali< !4 L charge guy" against Lake! _ss.W .

'.to'lo...'...*!....10 tt, nrd., Ar *cad.abri A Wales, dumping In 37 points de. '.1-'. M.O.n.NAVIN..i' t. Andorton Cortott 0.I aawr_11.
I with three anda I .":"?"" t-t- IS, .
em.lO.H.rd.
IMPERIAL BEVERAGE .. 74 '.,... C,5. II.I spite fouling out :. : Cocoa*. |.L"t.o"a'i; ; .
.
Military ,.. Montvrd. N. .f' half minutes to play. Ethe. D.... a _. Total! 21 _II.
I 0...... LoNt n. "...ton. f1. ._. .M N.rant
0...... M..nl.nd 41. ".Iot.. .1. a AI i'tj" ridge has scored 147 points in I '.rtow 1 II 50 11-10
Doran. S0 llCdar Kau Ulllo" 47riorida W.to. *02031 13 II a .0-11
the Bloodhounds' last f
o u r
".. II. WilhiTUIIOAV ... .,. fJ1\, 541
I COLLIOI games Lee Debault tossed i In
LIQUOR STORE I "hod. Iland II M...acr.ut tt* ,.. 26 point. to lead the Highland Hornets Stung
MIT M. Now Mamvthir Jl.OavidMn .
I W,5h.m. 44. .,... 45.was. ers
I p02057.. Ou. n. HAINES CITY The Hardee
101 lat Caroline 41.I0Nn Auburndale made It a clean I
.. .,. High Wildcats of Wauchula kept
Tch TnnM 41
+ for the
sweep night, taking the'
Maryland 74, North Carolina 14Miami tt pace with Auburndale for run
Pla. 120 Florida. towthcrn 79
( >
y Jayvee contest 3635.
I 5,20,,,. Tin Tl "..rm.. 71 nerup honors in the Southwest
LANG ALII Dooautt It I-M.
VMI H chmond IISaiurn
r f e Nr N .'. lY. ( F 1 W.It.m. '.* 11. Pow.ll o..|_|. Mar. Florida Conference basketball
( VonTucky ll. TMHMM* Tnli an I '- 205,5,520, 4 I-t. tu h,.
and at the
n. /r. T.IoI. .II-n.. race same time
N... Orlvani Liyta M Arhtniai StaiiMmnMota AYOYNNDALI-NI.rIN. ','-n. ruined the chances of their
.
arc artr 4.4-17 Hu.t '- Jau.
fl.
It. Michigan ,.. t 4, ton '-1-'. 2.'.. 5.0--0. W..t 1. hosts, the Haines City High
Chi.aa* )*..,. 11, towlino Orii IICincinnati ,, q 1 5nII.mM. 0. .._.... .. T.t.N .-_
It. St JnoMi llnd > 14Xavior r p t 3 ., t 11 n.Ice. ... Hornets of finishing with a 500
;
lit. K. Fran IPo.1] 7 1Y.rantL.M.
lOh *> ii
... tHtt C f 4 yt/ t5. 'Sr WNN I' II n 11-71 mark In the SWC by taking a
,South OakoU H, Sdutn OakU Stall AuWrnd.N :U" 20 10-71 74-61 victory.

05u tndiet to Omaha ,.. John Beattie kept Hardee
T.... AtM TT laylor Tl.To HIT IT LARRY-Scout end .Udln, tooth '... dtVlvtiroi .f tht Dttrtit Tigtn signals for I WH Edges Bartow in
1215 W. Tenth St. Between Kathleenand ..> Tch III, TCU 14.IMU I the: running with 28 points Fred
*..o If M. Arkania T..... M.ItPortland Lorry Rojoi to hit Hit .... In, iliding linon Monday tt Tigirtown. Tht Corms Ltktland Tiger WINTER HAVEN The Win- Comparato topped the losers

Providence RoadI. .II. Oron 10.Id.h. 14. ..co." btitmtn was on. tf tht Many Bdngal ftrmhtndi and ploys who ptrtlclptttd 'In tht ter Haven Blue Devils built upa with 19 markers

I M TU.'DAV'S M405552 Slat"IIUL"N.w gNla1lldiag drill. Roi. provtd on apt pupil ,last summer htrt .. ht ltd tht Florid Stttt Lttgut 10-point lead during the first The night belonged to Hardee

IADALAMINT, Owns I V.rk NATIONAL 111 ....A11OCIATION An..'" 111NA .In itoltn bout for ......1 mtnthi btltrt bung tdvtnctd to Knoivillt tf the Class AA Sally three periods of play here last as the jayvee Wildcat. won, 60().

...ton"r..o 101.,_"hl.d..h.ass. ,Detr.t. OJ... LNg,... (Lades Photo by Hughn) night and struggled to contain 40.



SPORTS OF THE TIMES Wednesday, Feb. It, lllU 27

1 ky Stakes Races 400 To Tee Off TomorrowIn .- LAKELAND-. LEDGER,


The PhilosophyOf Lions Slate

Begin FridayAt Seniors Teacher Meet '


< The 'Perfessor'By Derby Lane 19th Valencia

PALM BEACH GARDENS JP Mike Brady, 7(; Jimmy Do-
Nine members of Coin Hall of maret, 53; Fred McLeod 81,
LEONARD KOPPETT Ing up, shouldn't you know ST. PETERSBURG (special)) Fame, Including a brash young and E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, Races SundayLAKE

what you got to do if its a -The fifth annual $12,500 added newcomer named Sam Snead,
hs
) U JaraCimr*
single, double or triple before Derby Lane Classic Stake, rich are among more than 400 who 54.For of the old-timers
ST. Petersburg-There Is, of you get up? eat race for greyhounds on the will tee off Thursday In the many ALFRED The 19th
1M course, serious side to Casey "When you're Florida West Coast opens Frl? $30,000 PGA Seniors Teacher the chance for a "family re annual Valencia Regatta, sponsored

Stengel?, the Irrepressible why should running have to bases look, day night at St. Petersburg Ken Trophy Tournament union" Is more attractive than by the Lake Alfred Lions
you
comedian He I., at heart, a : I net Club's Derby Lane, the that can be won.
at the coach? Don't you know The year-old Snead joins money Club, Is scheduled from noon to
teacher, thats why he is In before the ball Is hit, which Rlniker, the wonder dog, ?Is the select group for the first After winning the Inaugural 5:30: p.m. Sunday on Lake Alfred
such high spirits running his outfielder has a weak arm the defending champion Homer time In his favorite event of Hutchinson has returned for .
qrr "Inatructural" school here for and where you can run when F. Herndon's great stretch fin goiters past the golden age The alnce
to play
tournament
the Mets, and why he Is so the ball is hit there? Why Uher made an unprecedented winner will earn $2,500 and a every Time trials will commence at
I proud of the fact that he Invented can't you look where It's hit? seven.race sweep of the stakes trip to England to play the BritIsh and exchange memories with 8 a.m. and continue through the

I this kind of rookie Why look for second base? It series last year and he headsa senior champ. old friends day on Saturday.

CATCH Th... f.u .nelare Proudly Add' up $s.otrlna camp more than a decade ago belongs to the home club, no field of eight endurance runners Other Hall of Famers In the Conspicuously absent will be George Leynes, general chair-

.f 115 .pee" they c.u.ht en S fi.hl". trip N tek. 0.... when he had just taken over body's gonna move it, and in this year's renewal, competition will be Je e k Bert Way, dean of senior golfers man for the event said entries

Ihel..... Alts' donhdpin. .ut with the c.tch w. N.,".. ..... the Yankees there's no hills between first The stakes series will continue Hutchlnson, 71, winner of the who died last August shortly have been received from 37
non, who took ttl. Photo. Th. .".,.,., I.ft h debit Doy'' He has been nicknamed, at and second, is there? for three and a half first seniors tournament In before his 90th birthday. For states and one from Europe

5h.ph.., Rd G.ft.n, 9esulord Davie .nd K.n".th D..... They times, "The Perfessor" It I.a Is "I asked a fella, how many weeks, eliminating the last ISS7; Denny Shut, SI; Gene More than 100 speed boats are
went down ,In M.n.r"In/ ."d co", kick .t 1 p,1n., faehlna remarkably apt nickname, times did you ever practice finisher_ In each of_ the first Saraien. II: Paul Runyan, 55; four years,_ he. had been the expected---Rc -wll1-t to comoete."ln
tournament.s:85.andover be the following
in the
u
h.un. even though some of the from third only entry run
.ko.f t6ro. people scoring base? He six races until only two remain
who have used It mean looked at me as if I was to run for the championship : division. classes: A stock hydro,
it derisively, Those who don't crazy I said, during the season purse of $6,000 Saturdaynight I Group Meet I ,The 88 year old Scotsman C racing runabout, C stock hydro
FISHING-HUNTING appreciate him (and there are you gotta hit a triple to March 14. I Tom Clark now Is the oldest active A outboard hydro, B stock
many who don't) use this title get there, right? But if you I Opposing Rlnaker are Otto PairingsAnnounced member of the PGA and hydro, D stock hydro, B outboard
did it I the lone competitor In the hydro, and C outboard
to mock Stengel's endless In batting practice ev
Mamlno's Thermel the AmerIcan
Fishing Due bracket vacated by Way. hydro. Cash prizes will be givento
monologues, his strange syntax ery time, you'd practice it ( Derby champion, JamesGallagher' in each
his obscurantism and-In 2,000 times the end of the the first three places
I' by
Is
Janice The defending champion
the
Gay The pairings for the ClassA I heat and two heats will be run
i their view-his presumption season and you'd have It, 1963 Tampa Derby champion: Region 4 Group IS basketball ,55-year-old Herman Barron, In each class

To Break Slump But the essence of their right You? think Fred Bock's Ruston, the 1964 St tournament will pit Kathleen who shot a remarkably consistent The regatta Is sanctioned by
ahead,
comparison Is truer than the You gotta Petersburg Inaugural winner: against Auburndale and I747-W-6I 272 last the American Power Boat AsDelation -
can't be shocked when
satire they intend Stengel does Larry Nave's Davle's Rocker, Bartow against Pasco of year to beat out John Bar- ,
By FRED W. JONES lecture endlessly, he does get something think happens, or forgetto an American Derby qualifier: Dade Clay num by two strokes. Barron There will be no admission
bogged down In terminology, about It until it comes Mike Castellanl's Beach went on to defeat the British : and free
Queen,
Flshing.
Hunting Editor up. You gotta study and think The tournament will be at charged for the regatta
We ran across a couple of Interesting items in a report he does presume to know more and then practice doing things, ,a finalist In the recent Miami the Kathleen Senior High senior champion George EV'I parking areas will be provided
than his hearers He Is, quite ans.
Biacayne Derby; the Alderson. 28 and 29
Feb. Friday
this week. One referred to the "slumping practice your weak points. gym
sports fishing In
literally, lecturing most of the ,
Lentr Donna
Larsen winner
Kenney' former
Central florida." That what we're trying to and Saturday. Every living
time He knows perfectly well and E, L. Beckner's Velvet Mor' AUTOMEN PLAYIN
Sky. of the tournament except
these kids Kathleen and Auburndalewill
Is get to do, and
Now it me
undoubtedly a fact that
sports fishing In Central that most of what he's sayingis
The entire stakes series will tie Dutra, Otto Hackbarth and
these coaches who work. tip-off the tournament at TAMPA MEET
Florida has slumped in are
the past eight or 10 weeks How could lost on most of his listeners
be the three back to
run over -elghta Dick Met are try,
Ing so hard at It. 7 pm. on Feb. 28, Friday,
it be otherwise with the weather we've been having! -but he hopes that some "We gotta get them to think mile course, over which Rln. followed by the Barlow-Pas- again. The field Is liberally I TAMPA With one of the
However, we doubt very much If the because of it, at least takes root and PGAU .
slump of the right way. Not all will aker has broken the track rec.ord co contest at 9 p.m. sprinkled with former two Lakeland entries already
the weather was what the report was referring to. We believe stimulates understanding In But some of 'em, some of three times and has been The two Friday night winners .S, Open, Masters and British eliminated, the other, Dicks

""" JJ J "" ., J ""._ someone 'em. beaten only once In 12 starts In will meet for the right Open champions. Auto Sales, will see what it can

S 1.TAMPA.l Ice SAY I.d.TID-TYUrWY..M. a.e ....... leI "."to'., run 1014'',/w Ho.,."T*01,d..at'.m., ..... To understand just what he Most won't. They'll find his two seasons. I to represent Group IS In the The tournament will be playedover accomplish In the Tampa Independent -
sac ...J IKMfl "Ye,. alma: HIM _.. 040 0c. wtM has to offer, and why he getsso strange speech hard to follow The Derby Lane managementhas regional playoffs at 8 p.m. two courses at the new Basketball Tournamentat
,.. I ''' '" __ much fulfillment from announced that PGA National Golf Club, Paris
or be offended by his occasional Tuesday Saturday, Feb. :/. 8:45: p.m. today at the Trailer
the camp operators have been having a slump for the past teaching, one must recognize sarcasm, or accept night will be ladies' night for The pairings were deter 3636-72 for both the 8.800yard -. Park gym
year or more. several aspects of his character older (and often unsuccessful the balance of the season, with mined this morning on the East course and the A,310 -

And think ladies admitted free.COLEMAN loet records of the four yard West layout
we this Is also due to the weather the prolonged ) players' prejudices But won- FHA VA
drought we've had for the past three years: up to the Stengel Is childless He sees those who can listen will learn I I teams against Class A competition riOMTtr MORTGAGE LOANS

Idst of December. I In young players what very and they in the long run, will SIGNS TUftDAV T... ..>.K,.". Pr.M ,' FIRST MORTGAGE CORP.
...
We have heard some talk about the $1 increase in the ambitious father see In talent. be the lucky ones CINCINNATI, (AP) Gordy Martin Mills, athletic director .XTUrV-y,.".u'POI.'ed rt 0,1150. III or KORIDAsiitviet
fishing license having slowed down purchases but there is ed sons He wants to help And Stengel? He'll never be Coleman Is the 27th CincinnatiRed I at Kathleen Senior AS.,""...m.fVUS.nff. s5,1 .. .. is oun IUIINSSS*
no concrete evidence of this make them successful, to as happy during the season as player to sign for the 1964 IIIgh, Is tournament man ..". U. airs Pod,.. Cat I.. W.I..1 tot. MU.. t Flor.'!171/aYa.n1.am Ava.han. .'
.
.ul air GNmAn lam.
mould them into monumentsto he Is right here season, the club said today, ager. Man {.
We therefore, offer the boys who operate the camp. hopeit I
will pick with all himself, to impart and per
up again this water when the weather
gets decent. In fact the way things look now, fishermen are petuate some of the knowledgeand I
technique he has spent a
In for an excellent spring and summer of fishing and that
lifetime acquiring. This does
means the camp operators are going to be busy. .
not usually, make the son particularly
Another Item that caught our eye was "In a discussionof "
fond of "
or gratefulto :
launching ramp. recalled a statement by the Game the father. It can, however, I 'UP
Commission that no public ramp would be installed within make the son more successfulif _

one half I mile.of an.existing resort ,ramp. ." he listens ONTQOMERY 5 3159g\j

At first glance it would seem that some camp operators Stengellovea being the center I awe

was being selfish wanting the state to by-pass his area so I of attention. He Is impatient 'TO )
he could make more money with his launching facilities when he s not. His flow :

of language, his marvellous I > J......____.._ _______ __ ___ ____._ _
Ramps Needed At Inaccessible PointsBut
pantomine, his Indescribable

the more we thought about the matter, the more we facial expressions are all partof Buy Your 1st Tire, Tube type or tubeless
the technique of getting and
realized the camp operator was right. Such a practice-not
holding attention This of
installing closely competing ramps-would be to the benefitof course, Is another name for Whitewall Wards Low Price
Involved.the fishermen and boatmen a. well as the camp operator Innate acting talent. Great I at Regular

teachers are often great actors
For the problem in Florida, as we've been hearing It for and both begin by com 1t
years, is one of being able to get on the water. We have so manding attention.

many lakes and streams in this state which are good for Stengel loves what he calls
fishing and boating that there Is need for thousands of access being slick" He delights In I

points gaining something by being I f
Therefore, for the state to spend Its money (the sportsmen smarter by figuring things out r

'a money, of course) In building a ramp close: to a privately correctly, by thinking ahead, t

constructed one would seem a waste We have heard by noticing what no one else I i -
few, if any, gripes from fishermen and boatmen about havingto did. Thats natural enough,
rr
pay 50 cents or $1 to launch, and park their car, over the As a player, Stengel had no
superior physical attributes:
earsIn other words, we believe the boatmen and fishermen I whatever success he achieved

would access rather facilities the in state areas spent where Its they limited are amount lacking of rather money than on he earned the stronger by being and"slicker"and faster r LTI _________

where there are already facilities which carry a fee. players by using his head. _____________

This is particularly true at this time because as time And this ii Is what he tries so ___________

passes, the purchasing, or obtaining by any means, of access tirelessly to Impart to the _____________

points In will other become words,more the and more more ramps difficult.we get on the more young astonishing are men all energy around directed and him at enthusiasm showIng His. r I ?( ) _____________

bodies of water as soon as possible the better off we're goingto talented 3a
the ones
be In the future IF the time ever comes when we have young t t (
how to make more of their talents
access to all lakes and streams, then the state might con / f .l 1
-by getting them to think
struct some of their "no charge" ramps to compete with the and keep thinking. And in the I

privately owned ones-but that day we never expect to lee I i process, he'11 keep the centerof 1

attention (which is both
'
We have a note and photo showing Mrs George T. Rosson 'necessary and satisfying in Riverside Full 4-ply nylon cord tiresHeatflexmoisture

with her grandson, Freddie Rosson with their string of 21 this context) and perhaps, I 1usl.TYPt wNltlw411s TuSnslltt WHITIWAILS
specks caught from Lake Bonny. create a monument to leave Guaranteed "c resistant
,. ..
____ I 10' Tt? ? 1 '
behind. 810. n. tr.dtrln o.t 2nd 8100 nil ado-In 0,1 end'
QUALITY nrlr_.plu' NS ]'1'. yrlr5 ,'Iu. 1.1 The .
tread for
I The players here that aa ?: ,,,- I/o -II ? Deep-cut design
Finley Faces AL First cern him are not those COn\\ for the ,!'.I. )017:""': : : "O I =IIH- : I safer stops

WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen I The hard.pressed Kansas City I:I' to are be.Mets Their already problems, or are will life of theTREAD iwu; ; ;:; -E : : :::;: =nee:: I :-E :-

He subcommittee has stepped I Athletics' owner has a date Friday .; come up when regular train 3 iii' .. I-E-----: : : E :: NO MONEY DOWN

aside to let the American In Boston with his fellow Ing begins Here Stengel Is J : :: 1 Is.iolf:;: all. -
I concerned with the 19! and 20 ;.'
I eague I have first crack at clubowners to explain why he and 21 year olds, who have Sa.----3-- FREE MOUNTING

harles 0 Finley before decid hasn't obeyed their directive to had at most a year or two of Ends Sat. liMit.d ou.lul.l and she

mg whether to summon him for ilgn an agreement to operatehis professional baseball

I questioningBOWLING. baseball team next seasonin "I wanta make 'em slick," 1ItrL4try .1:14
____
the Kansas City Municipal he says. "What if you can
Stadium show them now the right way .

Finley's ao far unsuccessful to do things? Why let them i I: WARDS NYLON REDUCED FOR BIG SAVINGS !
efforts to move Ms team from go three, four, five years in SKAT BEITS (
Kansas City have brought him the minors and then pick out
In conflict with league officials their flaws? Why not get them SAVE 2.32!

SUNDOWNIII. KUKSDJIAOUIJArtor.lt and both Missouri senators. But practicing the right way now, X66 t REGULAR 17.95 VALUE !
S sus tl >t that didn't Mm from
O I C. If 31.ftrfij prevent and save three years?
a .. IS challenging the subcommittee I "Of It
t.1 .r-t aUI course s no good if WARDS PLASTIC COVERS
H.... t..n'. ....... J.m W.,.).. A"r, chairman, Sen Philip A. Hart they just hear It for two weeks g 4tS
tend Nnh |02t..d.U" w 0... JMH N.ll D-Mich. also. and then go somewhere where I I ', t C.nnal Mnfaftl PimcKwU

"H,...!. I.I....Nn...._... ....m.* 0'... P._1. Hart said he had invited Fin- they don't make them do it, ,, i .M .1 ywr full? wilkkk t N r. NOW
31.15. JJ35. ]se. ley to testify before his antitrustand or they don't do It for themselves I a..rdM rM a.r4 MN.I. ONLY!

in Quits monopoly subcommittee and come back a year
H.II.I d.dwdr
k..q 14
Uo"" AnnOil.NilrTfc..._IH. UI" Ju..,..., along with Joe Cronin, president later with the same weaknesses araan, block. f n > sk
,
Nu.lMea .
........".. ITt. l.cO"" "{ Lao I of the American League and But if you can get them I sj aE
zoO: OAM50 Warren Giles, president of the thinking the right way at the II I L 'i INITAUAT10NAVAIUklLII iow.cotr \1 .- o ewA y111
1. I 1."_ 1111 JocO"o l ltH Hu..h... National league, but Finley' beginning, you might i get ..
IU, < II.b' .. ,.,. ., \ ,. /
...... au,. 7NIw0..w' P.-".. ale lawyer had said he felt the Kansas somewhere." 1276q
........ K.I.oro. 20.. JWud an 555* tf2fl
sue ". City owner shouldn't testify What sort of things does he
Nfl 0_. --n .
..u.J 1 before the Friday session with mean? FAMOUS ROLL A KIT

SPLITS 5d Wdl3, American League clubowners "1f a man has four good SEAT KIT ImsSAVE
...N..M D.N W.II.0""a..I"_, I"? ..10, 0..YMn. Hart subcommittee woundup points," Stengel, "and Is
.10' says
......,
...... .,. 0... P.
M. """ ..... of 1.62! FITS MOST CARS
Tuesday
6.51 M.'''. P.O."_' 6.31 two days hearings very weak in a fifth, why not
C.,,, ....10. .." _... '.10, bill extend ;
Alin.' HU tin.w., I Mnor. on a to to professional work on the fifth thing to get
'.'51TRUNOIa :;: IO M."i football, basketball It up to where with the four NO MONEY DOWN
WON LOST,and Ice hockey the same anti. good points you can be a big 233SET
.. aeu A.I .t.v.... a IV. Ina 34K trust Immunity now enjoyed by leaguer? Most fellows go out Woven plastic seat covers add

4.I: "Nnn'......d..'. LA.." 45: 35211..N.n I: baseball and practice the things they're i .... :391 new-car elegance to old car (interiors'
N.rn w._ H...".... /."". In Chicago, Finley denied he good at, 'cause they enjoy it, ,
....ih turn Mirw, D....'. .... ...... had received any invitation to and never overcome that fifth /.1 soils kdtlsw.y.ut. ; SEAT COVERS Extra tight weave withstands -

."....m .liK ....lu.l Mri"Mll .- e.uN .... I testify, but said he was ready, thing that keeps them in the '\ M.n.ny.mly.At.d, 4INSTALLED FREE wear of daily use; resists
.. } .. available and willing to supplyany bushes We can catch that h ( stains fading. Choose blue
33.... ,llu.l a N Al BrllMlli J ? o..utey.W.n.r. ,
.1 records they want" now. ; ;
JOt CAMtaal Finley also disclosed that he "A man should know at all : 'itf *.i Kit kilt green or black
..,...". !341 A.dV CI.
111. aUI ii.T.rr. ?'' _. a..u had received a telegram from times what he's gonna do. fJi
>i. 7111, ParM, J04: 201 5111 Own An : .::: Cronin rejecting FInley'a request They have trouble with signs.But .
7151.an.. lit. Dan * .
t II ao* C T Orlfc 2ao. 11 L.rnVwli
334. :2M tl KM. 7751 0 day' meeting be enlarged to In.I what to do without waitingfor
A tor*, J07I Da> BrMt, up Charl' 117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. OPEN DAILY 9 5:30 FRL 'TIL 9 P.M.SPECK
Caelhawti, ,. fia, I elude consideration of his re-1 I a sign, and then when you I .
'ores. Reqn... IIIS. all O.K. Narn quest to move the franchise to!) get It. it's duck soup Suppose ,
1151> Al An.Y.r.tn.ll CuccH til ar.; C tit T LM-.r Mn. V.rl0tl toa ::1[Oakland, Calif 1 you're the third hitter com |

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.____ Throwing a dollar across the Potomac was quite a feat in Washington's .
__ ( Day.But when it comes to making a dollar go far,ourcustomers
610 WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. could show George a trick or two.They get the MAXI.
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FRESH MUM MEALAGE out of every dollar they spend because our storewide
1621 NORTII FLORIDA AVE ," .
'y NOT FROZEN \" LOW PRICES and SUPER SPECIALS give them a big cartful
FLA.GRADE'A'WHOLE
BROADWAY ami COMBEE ROAD :/ '\ of their favorite foods for less money.That's the truth-and
you don't need a hatchet to chop down food bills. Just shop at
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ..
: FOOD TOWN TODAYI! '
.:Iif IFIYERS
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PORK c OSAGE DESSERTPEACHES

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CHOPS
lb. 2 FOR 99C. MISS FRESH

LEAN TENDER BISCUITS

PORK STEAK Ib.49c ,. '
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SLAB BACON lb. 29' f MOUNTAIN GROWN BUTTERMILK
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PORKROAST. f OFFEEGROUND LARDKRAFT'S 3 Lb. 39c
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BACON 31bs 99c FRESHLY GROUND,LEAN -r
FANCY LONG GRAIN


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New Company Busy r





Turning Out PhonesBy : 1IIS1IR: I



DAVE PRATT ground control and airborne

The Ledger phone SUM are really Writer busyat missile But right component now the parts.principal II STOCK MARKET FLASHES \ I

Marshall Engineering Co., business at the 2,400-square
foot building is making old -
Inc. they're ttreaming h h
through the plant at the rate and battered telephones like C NEW YORK (II-The stock, 28% on 1,200 shares. 500 shares, off 1at 8554.'

of 1,000 a week.A new again. market was mixed in moderate,. Pfizer opened on 5,000 shares., Pennsylvania Railroad openedon
off V at 50%. 4,500 shares, off / *t 31. Pan
brand new builnesi located Procedure Described trading at the opening today.
Gains of % each were postedfor I American World Airways rose
at Broadway and Corn- Yachabach said he saves Most changes were narrow. Bethlehem at 33% on I.70C I / to 66% on 3,500 shares.

bee Roads Marshall Engineering telephone companies half the Opening blocks included, American shares; Texaco, at 7444 on 1,.. Sears Roebuck added H *t
is principally engaged cost of manufacturing new receivers Motors, unchanged alt t: 900; and Ford at 53 on 3,000. 108% on 2.000 shares.
right now In refinishing\ by renovating used % on 4,000 share.; Amerlcar!I United Air Lines eased % alI t Sperry Rand and Montgomery
{ #
and overhauling telephones phones by assembly-line meth Telephone, off H at 143/ or!I 537 on 1,000 shares Ward were unchanged.
for General Telephone Co., ods.The 3,000; and Standard Oil (New. U. S. Steel rose % to 55% or I Yesterday the Associated
Winter Park Telephone Co. principal part of the Jersey), up % on 3,100. 2,000 shares. Press average of 60 stocks lost
and Florida Telephone Co. operation Involves refinishing American Tobacco rose Vs tc I U. S. Gypsum opened on T,-.1 at 2M.8.
But If the plant of plant the receivers and earpiece. of f w -

manager Ronald Yachabachcome the old phones. First of all, _
., BLUE CHIPS
true the company will they are put on a conveyorbelt -
expand Into a'variety of activity that carries them one by 1

Involving electron ici. one Into an enclosed booth &
where the hard finish is re- *
Slime Problem Eyed
moved by a blast of sand Jet- uu.rlGEoll,
Yachabach, who Is an electromechanical ting against the phones at aour oug6Tt7Ck
..
5.
engineer with high pressure The phones in
a degree from the Universityof this booth are picked up by an
Pittsburgh, has two Ideas employe reaching in through READY TO GO.-Ren.,U, Yecliebecli, pi.*! weeps for M.rhell Engineering, C*., skews newlyrehirfclihen' 1

he is planning to patent. built-in rubber gloves similarto telephone, pecked' In t*. for Oliver, y to teleehene c_,...,. On toble bride It Is HIM

The most Important, whichhe operations Involving radioactive cevered) receiver thewlnf Inrrknto Issida..ed& meny wire IrciilH. th.t mult be checked" exit toM we

.a,. .. still in the 'ex- materials. tfcey are I" w."'", ...... (ledger Photo If. Haehre> I
perimental stage," ,would ,After further scrubbing a
solve a problem that has long detergent and a rinsing the
plagued phosphate miners former bard finish on the receivers ( wY ,'

and at the same time would and earpieces has
eliminate eyesores that are been reduced to a satin surface *
found wherever phosphate that will hold a new ; 1lr IATK
has been mined pits of paint job. The sandblasted and i1 ; STOCKS I

the residual left over from scrubbed phone components
phosphate operations, what are dried and hung on a rack $ r f 1 l' r The Daily InvestorBy

the industry calls phosphate for spraying with the hard
slime. plastic paint--called epoxy-
that makes them new again. ) WILUAM A. DOYLEQ. to put up only 25 per cent of
Yachabach has a theory The last stage in this refinishing N I notice that some stocks the purchase price. Some brokerage
that he can break down the"slime" operation is baking the are sometimes traded "when is- firms require more. Yes,

into the separate and paint dry in an oven. AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE sued" which I don't quite un- that's less than you would haveto
valuable elements that makeit 4 derstand. However I am Informed put up if you bought the
up by the use of ultrasonics Bells Tested that the margin require.ments stock in a margin account.
Late't
high-pitched sound The company also has facilities on when-Issued stocks However, after buying when-
frequencies that will "shake" to check out and repairthe Close I are lower than Is normally the Issued stock in a cash account
the slime apart., Am Elec ................ !/I down
other parts of a receiver case. Is this truer with only 25 per cent you
............. 257iDorsey
Barnes Eng
I into the balance of the
Tester Invented"As and earpiece with equipment A. We had better get must put up
............ 6%
', Corp I
that "when is the other 75
which includes a gadget UM tkz. this by explaining purchased price (
soon as we can, we'regoing Falcon Sea Dr .......... 14'X I "
tests the bells of each phone sued. That Is actually a short per cent) no later than the seventh
to set a laboratory up each pf which rings at different Guard Chem ............ 10'/I way of saying "when, as and business day after the dateon
here and continue work on frequencies. Gulf Am ................. 4 If Issued." F' which the when-Issued stock
it," Yachabach said He said "We've been able to give Gulf Sulphur ............ 6VJ When you buy ;1 is actually Issued. That's the

his "earliest, experiment with them (the telephone companies Kratter ..... ............. 9'/i I'whenissuedstock kicker.

ultrasonics proved very ) renovated phones at a Lucky Friday ........... 30%
promising. better price and better quality Occidental Pet .......... 28>4 I gage In a trans confuse these margin and cash
Yachabach has also Invented than if they did it themselves Redwing Carrier ........ 11 action to buy n account requirements on when-

a semiautomatic tele- ," said Yachabach. Stephan Co. ............. "'4 I stock that has ,, issued stock with "special sub
phone tester which he is He said he I. also planningto Syntex ................... 1HV I not yet been Is scription accounts" for rights
presently patenting. This machine renovate and refinish antique Tampa Elec. ............ 25'/I sued The transaction offering. That's a different
which would be of phones for sale a. operable Textron Elec. ........... 4'/I will be story
great value to every telephone novelties. OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL settled after the

company can instantly Yachabach who is from FUNDS stock Is actually Q. I would like to have your

check out a newly-manu New Castle Pa., has been in BANKS Etc. 'issued opinion on these "profit-sharing
factured or refurbished receiver Florida for five years. He was Bid I For instance DOYLE plans" so many companies are

to see If it is in proper design and production engineer ASSEMBLY tINE-At *ne end .f e cenveyM belt bringing, .ld .*i tcttcrae ttlvphMie "or' Affiliated Fund ......... 83J I let's say that our favorite XYZ giving to employes. This Is all

working order. As he explained for Jan Phyl Engineering ctlvtra' end MrpUtM t* hr, Mr. Berths Yech.hch rMclu* Into, tnclo.."4 both rhrmtli .taifrubber Alico .................... 7 46 I Corp, common stock Is currently very well for the employes. But

it, every one of the Co. of Winter Haven for one |l.vn .. Ms ph M pert end direct them Into a send blert which ""' ... the herd flu- Am Express ............ 38/i trading around $100 a how about the stockholders

many circuits leading into year before coming to Marshall till hem the 'h...., ....,,". these for new pelnt' |ob.. Auto Merch ............ 2 share and that the stock is goIng How da they come out?
the receiver would be tested Engineering Co. Previously Chaie Man- Bank ........ 64 i 1 to be split two-for-one A. That depends on the spe
Instantly instead of one by he worked as design en- Eckerd's Drugs .......... 17%' The split stock could be admitted cific profit-sharing plan. Although

one as they must now. gineer for General Food Equip Bob Jones Seeks County Board Seat I Fidelity Fund ........... 16.94 to trading on stock exchanges It's dead wrong to makea

Another field Marshall Engineering ment Co. and was plant manager Fla. Gas ................ 9% on a when-Issued basts blanket statement it's reasonably

Co. is Investigating for Acron Manufacture* Bob C. Jones, Polk County Polk. .County Commissioner Fla. Pub: UU1 .......... 23% Because each share of the split safe to say that in most
involves the apace age. Yach log Co. for three years. .' restaurateur today announced Fla. Steel.............. <*<9% stock will represent half as cases those plans work out well
Five in the Dem.ocratlc
aback is considering negotiating Yachabach, his wife. Bett his candidacy for the office of from District Fla. Tel. ................ 28',$ much ownership of XYZ Corp., for all hands stockholdersthe
to set up productionline and two daughters live at 58tfO primary In May.In Fla. Tile ................ Wi the when-Issued price will be Just ( owners) and the employes.The .
facilities to paint small Driftwood Drive here. announcing Jones said Founders Life .......... 7% about half as much as the priceof key word, of course, is

Cheerleader "With a belief that Polk Coun- Gulf Life ................ 88% the old stock $50 a share "sharing. The Idea is for em

ty's future depends on a progressive Incorp Invest ............ 7.40 When the split becomes effective -ployes to share In a company's
Joseph Sec/merer Enters Contest Finals outlook of Inter County Tel &: Tel .. 49 only the split stock will profits. A big motive in sucha
I community Jackson Min Hart ...... 5% be traded. It will no longer be plan Is to have the employes
development in all areas, I Lewis Bus Forms ....... Wi when Issued, because it will be show greater Interest In their

County Commission Race Set At HavenWINTER announce to seek: the office Nationwide .............. 14% issued. work (hopefully work harder)
of your county commissioner A. H. Robins .......... 38% Now, if you buy whenissuedstock so that the company will produce

.HAVEN The finals from District Number Five. Taylor Inst ............. HVi In a margin account the bigger profits

Joseph F. Sedmera, Lakeland aware of the need for cooperation in the Miss CheerleaderUSA "Polk County should, in the T.V. Elec Fund .......... 7.89 margin requirements are the In well-organized and well-ad
announcedthat Line .... 21% same as they are on any stock ministrated plans, the results
Realtor today of existing industryand contest which has been in Trans Gas Pipe
become the hub
future
near listed on a stock exchange. Under have shown just that higher
....... 196
1964 .
he will enter the progress nationwide for the past Travelers ....4.
the more important need of recreational and business the present margin requirements profits The employee get their
..... 39
campaign for county commissioner two months, have tentativelybeen United Ilium .......
for new industry. They must interests in Central Florida I 32 you must put up either share of those profits and so do
District 5. set.for April 5 at Cypress Universal Foods ........
Sedmera is an almost lifetime do all they can to make our Garden. feel that this can best be accomplished Walter. Jim .......... 30% cash equal to 70 per cent of the the stockholders as the companies .
market price or securities with show higher net earn
of parks and recreation areas Names of the five finalists
resident Polk County with fresh ideas
t loan value equal to that ings. Those earnings can then
lived here more than attractive and do all will be released the week of business-like
having more put forth on a NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE mount: be passed on to stockholders In
40 years. He is married and I. they can to help the growth Feb. 23 after all contestants bails It is my sincere desire But here's an Interesting the form of dividends.

the father of a son and daughter of our school system at all have been notified.All to serve the citizens of Polk Latest 11 a.m.Cloe wrinkle. If you buy when-Issued There have been many fine

level., including a vocational cheerleaders In uniform County ss their county com Price stock in a cash account (not a examples of this. There also
He is a member of the Lakeland will be admitted free of chargeat missioner from District Five." BOB C. JONESIs Air Reduction 57% 57% margin account) you may have have been some flops
school, he said. Cypress Gardens the day of
Board of Realtors Lakeland Reared la Polk Alden 29'29%
Chamber of Commerce "And they should always be the finals. currently a member of the Allegheny Ludum 39H 39%
There 81 entries In the Jones wa. raised in Polk Latest 11 a m. Latest 11 am.
National Auctioneers Association ,aware of the tremendous were Lakeland Junior Chamber of Allied Chem 54 54'/'
Close Price Close Price
Florida State Auctioneers growth to come and plan now preliminaries with universitiesfrom County and la a graduate of Commerce a member of the Allied Stores 58% 58%

Association the Lakeland for newer and safer roads and Oregon State to University Lakeland High School and Lakeland Bartow and Winter Am Bosch 15'/ "'/ Gen Foods 88% 881% Phlla Elec 33% 33Ya

Optimist Club and St highways. of Florida participating. Florida State University ..tTaUah..see Haven Chambers of Commerce Am Cyanamid 60% 60% Gen Inst 12ft 12% Phillip Morris 72 NS
The five finalists will win an where he received -
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Cited Polk County uppermost in my to compete.:The winner will in hotel and restaurant Club and has served as president Am Hospital 217. 17 NS Gen Tel & Elec 33',. 33% Dodge 115'4 6554
thinking and do all I can to Am Mach &: Frdy 17% %
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challenging future. Every day log Mich in student government the vice president
support of all citizens of Polk Am Res &: Dev 22'/ NS Gillette 33% 33% Proctor Gamble 81181%
and member of the Al- Barn Restaurant chain in
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for equally challenging are Mrs. Richard D. Pope pha Tau Omega social fraternity Polk County. :
leadership In county ficient and far-sighted leadership Sr., Mayor Richard Dantzler and the Alpha Kappa Psi Jones his wife. Shirley, and Am Tobacco 28% 28% Great A &: P Tea 35% 35% Pure on 42Ya NORaybietos

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his announcement Jones, active In civic affairs, 1316 Jaffa in Lakeland. Ampex 15ft
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"In this future men in pub 68 IBM 554 555
Armco Steel 88 R. J. Reynolds 39139%
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top Reynolds Met 35I35%
these
their ability to recognize
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opportunities that will give the Int Mln Ie Chem 711/4 '71
Auto Can 14V. 14% R. C. Cola 5314 5314
people of our great county a 5-Year Term Avco 22% 22% Int Paper 3154 3154 Safeway Stores 59I59%
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permanent place Tel Ie Tel 55
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Blaw.Knox 27 NS Kelsey Hayes 38 38 Sears 108 10834
understand and accept
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45
that will Bora-Warner 46 % Shattuch 124 NS
the responsibility
meet the needs of all of its A 54yearoldman Brunswick 10% NS Kerr-McGee 3634 36% Sinclair oil 48 45Ya
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the good people of Polk Coun- Eugene Sesgrove was given Chenetron 21 27Cher Lone Star all 23 23 3034 31
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for a total of SIM on
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S6 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday Feb I/, INI To



II Former Miss America Now Just Another I III Envoy Issues Panametl Square!.



By SEYMOUR M. HERSII rying acres campus in tennis turned in her crown five months I the Fred Waring Chorus position" :

EVANSTON III. (AP) Students shoes, slack and a mink coat. ago to return to Northwesternas The mink-worn only In sub South Bend has been each other. We have too mil
at Northwestern UnIversity -I, The girl la Jacqueline Mayer, a sophomore.She zero weather new convertible student though he Depart- grandiose concept of what I
no longer stare when they 21, of Sandusky, Ohio, last left school after her by many State needed. We are building hlj
see a book-laden brunette hur year's Miss American who freshman year in 1961 to Joint and a $10,000 scholarship at official a* a first-rate en in Latin America whenwe I
art among the rewards from where Mill with excellent contact way
her yearlong reign, which, ended tern with the best any US. citi need 1* a trail, an all-wea]
September 1963. has in the Panamanian er trail..
Miss Mayer still Is In demandfor "A lot of I My emphasis wan on t
in Just to roads actual
farm-to-market ,
at banquets,
appearances Answered
parades and conventions. Rusk said I Questions little all-weather trail Th l
"I came to school simply to worn off I are key question and are few beast of burden I
be a student," said the coed In popular and I drawn from Farland Panama and much of the coil
'
and first hand i.i carried on the be I
!
an interview, "but It's not so Mill try cargo
,. winning on what' wrong be of the campeilno (peasant). \\
easy.
the United States and road built Into the villa J Jof
a
aya ( When she decided to return, agreed: "I got
: Sona, in a rice growing anl
Miss said she knew she trouble
would Mayer have trouble, from celebrity pus Most I I What I II behind the crisis at a cost of less than $5.0001
from the U.S. and Panama? mile. This area i II now part I
seeker well old
a* a*
friends. The I You have to look back Into the life-stream of Panama swill ]
dissolved The trouble really tun start producing more tl
Everybody Witching than it consume..
4 vacation 1903 when we signed the
;
"Everyone was watching for nounced which gave u* right to Q. What about aid In eduJ
me," she said "Some of my John ; the, canal. Panama had tion? I
friends have told me they were vllle, Pa. a part of Colombia. We A. We are building schools bl
afraid at first to even talk tome University '! offered Colombia a treaty, we fall to put textbooks In tho<>{
." School. their assembly adjourned schools. Only within the recel
"She was I In an awful tough I acting on It. A few past has a book program bel
." __ later Panama declared undertaken. 1 complained aboJ
I and we recog this deficiency to every c<,{
FEC Routes It. gressman I could, to the I

r Under PatrolWEST was on Nov. 8, 1903. On program, and USIA.
Civil 18th we had a signed and Q. Were the Panamanian ch I
with Panama. We dren getting any book at .1 l I
treaty I
A PALM BEACH (AP- helped Panama become in- A. The Communist we']
Law enforcement agencies along and the treaty we sending In book They we>
the Florida East Coast Railway with Panama wa very used to some degree In buil
>>f "as route remained on alert todayfor from the treaty we had Ings that we were construct,j
"' possible vandalism or dynamiting ident Colombia. Q. What happened in Panarrj
l4 wrm of FEC tracks and equipment appoint a What were the differ- between your departure in A,J

I torney, Mr* ? gust and the rioting Januar]
The alert went Into effect late man, to fill There were four that were What happened to cause t' ('
Tuesday night but Lt Glenn I cantles on First Colombia rioting?
Lacey of the Palm Beach Coun I Commission have retained soverelgn- A., I don't know all that hal|>
ty Sheriff department declined :Post said over the canal. But In the pened. I had been much con
to give further details. Mr. with Panama sovereign corned about the fact that tM
Sheriff Martin Kellenberger I associate of the Canal Zone was progress we had made ha I
FORMER MISS AMERICA RACK IN COLLEGE-J.equ.liM M.y.r, 21, fonfun4, bit yen's ,passed the alert to all police departments St.: Louis to the United States. merely changed the political clij
Mill Arntrle, dan .."'. itvdylng .! Northwttttrn University, IvtintcH, III., whtr the It seat and sheriffs' offices I Clearance: the term offered mate to make it more favor bl<|

emcee With her li roommate, Carol Zook, 21, of Scnduiky, Ohl. Jccqutlln turned 'In her crown 'along the FEC route as far'1956. She I II was, I believe, 99 to the adjustment of differences
li.. months see I* rohirn to Northwesters She had! loft the ichool sties her fmhmon yor ,In 1961, north a* Fort Pierce i National: plus the right of renewal. But the basic differences were J
AP Wlraphofo) No Incident were reported. I men. treaty we signed with Pan and are, till there. They're noj
gave us the canal in per- all one-sided either,

Too Much BrassQ.
width of the Canal
the You enjoyed the nation
I proposed to Colombia was popularity in Panama and thi,
wide. The tone we got
people evidently thought you respected -
Is 10 miles wide.
Panama
their aspirations. Df''
we offered Colombia a you think they feel the United
arrangement Including States respects their aspire-
courts, U.S. courts
lions?
mixed court. Under the A. I don't agree, and I didn'lagree
.
we have U.S
treaty as the government cl]
In the Canal Zone.
Panama was well aware, wit'iT'!
Began Quickly all of their demand or post-
I/'l that PanA- tlons. But I felt and feel that
/. Do you mean basically In order to work outl
been
have objecting on
n''w and any understanding we must
I. points the absolute
U.S. control of the meet the basic problem head
a since 1903? 1 on. This applies to both Ihrl
Panamanians and the Amen I f
The objections began prac-
nr, mer".4. before the Ink was dry on Icllnl.
..1, document. And the Pana I Q. There has been some sug I
gestlon that there are too many!
.' I / are still concerned vi
It these U.S. authorities In Panama-the I
nationalistically, by
ambassador, the commander oil

: : j I points.What about the United U.S. military forces, the governor
d
s } attitude toward the of the Canal Zone. What

you think?
if'fs The canal quite suddenly A. We have U.S. brass bustIng I

S : our whole position in out all over, One recommrnl
/ : ( world. It was a great engi--datlon that I made years "Cl
rr achievement. We suc was that there should be or.I
/ f you know, where the 'US. voice in Panama and thzone. <
had failed. The French When I was ambassado
I the great builders of that I was on the best of terms witlf

and they had dug the ,both the governor and the military
.
Canal. The success In Pan- commander. But that kin
i 1 was an Important contribu of relationship has not alwavi
to the development of U.S. been true and would not nec'slsarlly
.S as a world power. be In the future. Anyway)
Are the Panamanians an- the Canal Zone is the problem)
toward the people in between the United State and
tone? Panama, and in any great activity -
and But profs one voice Is essentiaL
By large, no.
develop, not because of: Q. What do you see as thnl
but usually because solution to the problem of divide!

The 4th of July ed authority? .
Is one of the dividing : A In my ,opinion the ambawaador
in Panama City and there will eventually have I li
feelings of ultra-nationalism exercise that voice. I think h<{
side of that avenue. 'will have to have some pallet
'power in the tone along witlJ!
Segregation Practiced 'his duties a* the envoy of thJ

To what extent do you United State to the government j
personal feelings on either' of Panama. The U.S. citij
may be responsible for the iEt'nl in the tone, about 18,000 of)
emotional outbursts them, generally feel the ambns-j
kind that recently dis sador Is Washington' ambassador -
Panamanian rela to the tone, though of coursoj

? ,he Is not.
Again, take a quick look Sea Level Canal Possible
How to save for a rainy day- past. We practiced segre- The necessity for changingthe ,
In the Canal Zone up to ambassador's role will decrease I
1955 (when the 1903 treaty radically if a second!
and help your country nowSomeday amended In Panama's fa canal I II built because then I"
We had in the tone two there would be far fewer IS.
of payment. A U.S,cM- citizens. The complement wouldbe I
In a nnn-U.S. maybe 500 people as against !
sometime, you may have an emergency was paid gold: ;
which will affect the future of your in silver Stores, schools, 16.000.
family. It will be comforting to you to know r all sorts of things were Q. How would this come ]
that you have a fund standing by to help l C There were gold about'A.
you meet that emergency and silver tores. That There would no need to |
In a sense, such an emergency exists now was a source of trouble. operate the present canal if .
that your country has to meet. It come up What does the canal mean sea level canal were opened. A
every day-here and all over the world. The financially? sea level canal would not have
emergency ef keeping peace and standing up The original annual pay all the locks and equipmentthat I
for freedom. was 250000. That hal: I the present canal has. I understand
You can help meet both these needs with raised twice and is now it would be over 1,009!
U.S. Savings Bonds. Your money in Bonds But a* the Informed feet wide and ships would sail
Brows ,steadily to help you provide for college 1s well aware, that through without even the assistance -
a new home, an unexpected illness. Andas a small fraction of what of pilots. This, Inciden
the money grows, your country uses it to canal means to the gross tally, is a matter of great con
help protect our freedom.
product of Panama. cern to Panama. Think of the
American are holding $47 billion in Saving '* annual Increment as'drop In the number of Individuals
: Bonds-for rainy days, and sunny days, of salaries, who would be employed.Q. .
wages pur-
too. Why not join them? Start buying Bonds
stands
As the situation now
and the like is about
now, and see if you don't feel pretty good
the Canal[ Zone throughthe
runs
about the whole thing
How does the U.S. aid pro- heart of Panama and the
tft to bay Stvift Bonds on tkt Payroll fit In? exist on'either side of
-r. country
yon work A fSO Bond oottt 17.50.tS .
a $ Bond tSl.ri, end you can 6ny Am intutallmentt Until a few years ago it it. Do you see any advantage In
\ for a fir doUan a w"le. Or buy mainly a small technical working toward a kind of part
Ikom outright. It any lank No charge /crSA. program. It became nershlp arrangement betweenthe
service. about 1960 when Washing' U.S. and Panama?
put new emphasis on loans A. The concept of partnership
.._ era thing .b.vt Series f VenrffTMMlKtnwrBMMT grant for development un- is what the Panamanians want

e ::.r'IIoL: -...> a whm M wasI the Agency for International They are not interested In havIng
-. ashs. eesou. and later the Alii an international body take ,
e T..r 5.d. are ..... ... ... .. ohler'ree for Progress (Aid to Pan- ,over the canal They say "This
el.e.d I' ..... ... ... 'O I..u Me soUl
-, .ra.d. ...... 110. P"ds e.ass has been running about $6 is 1 between the United States
r I a year recently). and Panama. If you give up
"
Keep freedom 'In your foture with Emphasis Wrong your right here, this is ours. I
Q. What would partnership
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS What Is your criticism of actually mean?
aid program In Panama? A. In a practical sense It
My basic concern Is very ,would mean a greater return to
There has been too Panamanians. These are things
.r7r Ii emphasis on so-called they look to-a greater return to

: ._,.,.. far ,."..,. ; development to the detriment -their-government greater par
: !le U,a .....1 dw s.4 w rw taw r.rawF ts. r..w e DdeaMw sa..sM lee lMn.tae 0.jiuJ t4 Ml meeting of Arab chief of state of economic developments 'ticipation In the operation in
Q. Can you be more specific? terms of personnel, and a voiceIn
There are approximately 8.000 A. For one thing, we have too the management This Is
e known subspecies and varietiesof many lending agencies in Wash- ,what they have been striving
ants. ington. They compete against for over the years,






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_LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday. Feb. II, 1N4 SI _,
8UT THE
-- WHY I STARTED

CLINIC LOOK. SLUGf30 CRAZY OUT TO MAKE

I KNITTED A SHAPE A SWEATER '
WOOLEN CAP BUT CHANGED \ .I i

Psychiatrist Is FOR MYSELF AW MIND

una nanaY

Always A Physician --
;", annul. '
l""J !

I By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. I, -
ill I IiwAwAtasa.

CASE R-4871 Luella S., had a single year of college.
aged 18, la another college For psychology Is the science .:=;:rlJIMLY.

freshman who asked a question of behavior! .

during a recent forum If you are normally Interested awr

discussion In human relation., you _..-
"Dr. Crane," ahe began, "1 soon can acquire a wealth of
am confused THC "MUSIC'. PHANTOM TRIES fiGnrntis voxfFOM FAX
practical Information about ,wJy PKUMBfATTHKO03 IALK :A dt AII104Y. stir ve 15 I/MX TeeofK of TlfE&wl/...!
about the differences human
relations just
by a ) OV" I
be- watching people le I AM THE RULER NOW.
tween a psychologist Editors and salesmen' and yTHC PHANTOM SUCXVS1WEAK CRAWL TO Me ON OUR' Y 1 j
anda politician. and YMCA Secretaries I WEAK AND TUffD KNEES: PHANTOM! ,Vf
-
psychiatrist --HE MUST FALL- FAIL,
and many smart moth. M PHANTOM!
.
ers, thus have far more 0t 0 aVu 1
"And what knowledge of Applied Psycho r.

Is a psychoanalyst logy than many of the "ivory

Furthermore ? tower" professors on the I t:t ; .

which campus. Mt C :
But, officially
has the lowest we designate
IntelllDR., CRANE a psychologist as a
man who Is earning his living
gence, an Imbecile, a moronor At.xA'
either
teaching the sub
an Idiot?
ject or serving In personnel ----
-
or clinical work.

MILLIONS of intelligent The psychoanalyst mayor THERE'S NO PUN FoR'r'otJR LfF6
Americans
get confused on may not have a college degree SCAPIN 37TWET
those same points, so scrapbook WePoNr'e
but In the larger cities, THE SNOWtRI
this terse set of answers he
probably la an MD. or '>. SHOWERS
a Ph.D. { !
A psychiatrist Is always an
M.D. or physician, who simply Psychoanalysis really Involves CHORISTERS-J.lnmj Andy Griffith, lets, end Den Knot -

specializes In treating patients a technique rather In ...... rtir...l>.rt he"" ."f I. Barber Griffith, Andy's wlf, wh '

with nervous and men. than a profession, for It is a .11.( (Hint them In Hit T.I..8. choir "' ....b.' In .n ., ... tfr ( )' ( t

tal troubles. method utilized by both official ,...."to. ." "The Andy Griffith Sh.w" Monday (19:30 to I'

A psychologist of the teach. psychiatrists.psychologists as well as 10:00: _,. ..... EST) ." the CBS T.l.vlilon Network. ( pt-BxS R1NOit
-
ing or clinical type may holda Rt'( 1LUt-
Ph. D degree t/ PETERS .

But readers are also IT INVOLVES delving Into NOSTELERy
you ,, '
Smothers Brothers !":""' .list!
:::::
psychologists even though your past life, clear back into Riding a 1'\

of have your childhood to dig out
.many_ you ..!may not _

r incidents your that adult may fears have produced obsessions Crest Of Folk PopularityBy K. MILL'S 'WBAN6 ME NT SMOKE OR f NEVER LOST A tvw'tf WO*A O1EASf PET NOT

DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN and other complexes VTHIS MORNIN' NICE DQINKAN''ASN'T IN THIRTY VEAR -VERY/ AWHILE I'M EATIN'/ ,

6:15: -SHOW T:00 BOB THOMAS at the moment It Isn't. Their -- LITTLE FELLER," 'Aft' ABET Is. ANDY AROUND
Tonight the Night Dr. Sigmund Freud, the AP Movle-Televkloa\ & Writer THE 'OUtET00.
ad fibs weeks IN 'ISLIFE.
Father of are perfected by .7c
Psychoanalysis
T. Go Out T A M..lel ,
really launched this helpful HOLLYWOOD (AP) Yes, and months of polishing, ... ....
the Is
Virginia, name really
technique about 1895. The Smothers were back In
Smothers and
STARTS TONITEl they are really
As regards mental levelsof
brothers. The Smothers Brothers the Hollywood base of operations a
people, we regard Intelligence
are riding the crest of the after a month of needed
as much like the horsepower
in a motor. folk craze to a pair of tidy fortunes .rest, Tom, the older, wacky

lint Orht.In Showing! You may thus have very brother, lives In Hollywood with '
Within three short the
years,
SHOWN AT 7:00 high Intelligence and yet not brothers have played most ol: his bride. Dick, two years 4ni
LO P"*TI''L accomplish much In life if
AItA7 ..NOWINOAT you don't utilize that mental the television variety shows younger at 25, mkaea his home 1

11 ro horsepower, many times over and gleaned with wife and baby in Salinas, ....w. *'I1 ..+.

On the contrary, a person gold from concerts throughoutthe Calif -
land-100 In 1963. The Jug.
with normal Intelligence may "Business has been good," re
eared, staring-eyed pair net as r
attain great success by sheer .
.II ported Tom who has sound
a
much for
willpower, determination and as $7,500 a night'awork. t
illeo elbow grease! head despite his stage demean.

I Elbow grease Is stilt a Ad Libs Aren't or "In one week we were paid ')4' 4

great aid to success, over and $7,500 for not doing our second .
What do The
they do? Sing folk
:I beyond your IQ ((Intelligence songs But they are different Judy Garland show (she decided -

Quotient) and schooling from the guitar.strummers with to do it alone). On one day's
notice we did a Hollywood Pal- M
whom the and coffee
R S TilE IDIOT has the lowest houses abound campuses, Their stock In ace show for $7,500. We got 7L Stars

level of human Intelligence, trade Is offbeat, between.song $3500 for appearing at the

FLUS *T I" ONLVI equalling only a year-old at patter that seems to be created Troubador-not our usual price,
best when he attains adulthood but our agent wanted us to playa
KIRK DOUGLAS Rsmtw..L.e I local date so he could bring in Impel

AN1HCNr QUINN The Imbecile Is next, rang. people from the studios"

.HALWAUJS'___. ing from 3 to 7 years when TodayIn Movies, TV TalkedThere' '

,LASTTRAIN grown. Carroll
(
By Righter
talk of movies and
The top level of these three I
r o GUri HILL. groups among the feeble television series for the boys, {
TgrNtRl.1eR'//MIRM'MIN, and they'd like to be able to N a
minded. Is the moron (a word H rr, I
coined by Dr. H H. God. HistoryBy stay in one place for a while. r \ ;

dard). At best, he may attain But they have no real complaints tt,,lllidMl
!t. the mental level of an THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and no wonder. They've w Wednesday, Feb. II, 1964

year-old when grown. Today is ,|come far from their $4.per-night
Wednesday Feb. 19
TONITE and THURSDAY GENERAL TENDENCIES SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
Then have "Border. engagements at a San Jose
we a the 50th day of 1964. There
Carload Bargain Nifti line" category, plus a "Dull 316 days left In the are State College hangout No day to take any chances of 21) You must pay particular

2-BIG COLOR HITS-2 Normal," before we reach Today'a highlight in year history: As with many folknicks a 1 Ire' Vi 11.w any nature, type or description attention ideas to every detail of
partners or
AT TM AND 10>l the "Average"; then the "Superior" On this date in 1945 what Kingston Trio, Randy Sparks, : 'wIt Many changes are occur could miss give out you
I you on some
eM".LTON M..TO" In"DIAMOND and "Very Superior." the Marine Corps calls its etc. the Smothers got their ring and taking place now In important Item. Don't argue
HEAD""LIO
toughest battle In first break In a San Francisco
history started the world of outside activity with others They could turn
I "T .:.. ONLY I II on the tiny Pacific Island of mtery Their first splash In the las well as where your own against you.SAGITTARIUS.
I .lIMS .Is W/OMARN RICH AA..T.WART J Air Policeman Iwo' Jima when the first troops bigtime was on Jack Paar'i special talents and abilitiesare
RODE landed after more than 70 daysof nightly show three years ago. concerned Keep plodding (Nov 22 to
TWO TOGETHER"
Shoots KoreanAt shelling had failed softenup I i Dec. 21)) What you need Is to
to "Paar kept telling our agent mil along toward what YOU knowis
, I Japanese positions. It took he didn't like folk slngerscept ..w IJ M )' 1 1I right and which can help get Into more work at which

FILM I.AMD Osan Base four frightful days of unending Burl Ives," said Dick "But i I D you the most Be patient with you are proficient instead of

|fighting before the American one night he had a cancelationand I -x the overanxious jumping Into unknown paths.
. SEOUL, Korea (AP) An Be consistent. Income soon increases
flag was Mt Surl- wAA
planted
atop we went on. Everything
TONIGHT THURSDAY')American Air Force policemanhot bath( ARIES (March 21 to April appreciably.
worked that We
right niRht
C.L.A...'NITS 19) You can Jeopardize pres.
and wounded
s a South
played the Paar show 13 timesand ent if CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan.
security seriously you
ADULT .NT..T"'N"'INT Corean trespasser Tuesday at time he said he didn't 20) here Is an opportunity to
T 00 11 70- T-hme.I., t he U.S. air base at Osan On this date: every MAN WITH A SICRIT-rJd Byrn..I.rs .. a convict whoh. Invest or spend unwisely now. be with relative

"BRAMBLE BUSH" bout, 25 miles south of Seoul. In 1803 the 17th slate, Ohio, like "folk singers-except Burl .. It..., r.vi.l.ii the hiding place ol money trol.n In a tank Get good advice from experts but don't a complain you when respect he, or,
Ives.
.'eM".. BURTON I It was the fifth such shoot was admitted to the union. ,.bbo,", IK "Finol E.c.,." or "Th. Alfred Hitchcock Hour" Instead Learn to economizemore she, must attend to some duty.

KNOWN c'c.ot.0NL" j il ng at a U.S) military camp In In 1878, Thomas A. Edison ',1.1., ((10.00 to II 00 p....., EST) on the CBS T.lovlnon' Network while increasing Income. Be courteous, understanding
Korea this month Three other patented a new device called AIRLINER FLIPS -- -- 20
"NAKED AND THE DEAD" TAURUS (April to May Then all goes well.
ALOO RAY Koreans have been killed and the phonograph. BEIRUT (AP) A Jordanian 20) Instead of insisting upon
t hree wounded. ( In 1915, British and French airliner with 26 passengers on others doing as you wish, havea AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.
----- forces bombarded the Darda board flipped over on its nose Indonesian Communists more cooperative attitudeDon't 19) You are apt to get Into

PARK SHOPPING CENTER napes on landing at Beirut Airport today hold any grudges You one of your unusual tempers,
In 1942, Japanese: bombers but none of the passengersor differences If you aren't careful, and spoil
can easily patch up any
Doers .GROVI MATINEE I made their first attack on the crew was Injured. Giving Sukarno Troublefrom with others by a conciliatory much that you have laboriously
Australian mainland. attitude built up. Be steadfast Increase

times 50 'Til 3 P.M. In 1946, the British govern. AT THE THEATERS profits Make kin happyin
I ment announced a delegation By JOHN T WHEELER the Supreme OperationalCommand GEMINI (May 21 1 to June PM.
-
(MONDAY THRU FRIDAY) would leave for India to help FILMLAND D.'V..IN. Associated Press Writer the president wonsimilar 21) You have obligations to PISCES (Feb. 20 to March

locally' 1 STARTS ,work out a plan for her Independence Tod and. Thr tomorrow N...d end Br.mblo lh.. D eW"OROVt 1 5,1,5'Lnd JAKARTA, Indonesia (in- In approval from the Supreme meet, but since you caused 20) Carrying through with

Owned TOMORROWlmsuggestingMr.President I I'fJ Tod.: RnnLr in TNtAV' ,. donesia's Communists have Advisory Council, the National them yourself, an objective work that seems boring now
II "......AND D.'V.'N. Front and a Joint session attitude sees you carrying
." launched a campaign of agitation off In dividends later.
Todd thmuin. K>tur"i Tn pays big
'I Net Tr.' from fluo Oil of the Cabinet National through with them successfully
n President Sukarno's Working ,
against Remember the old "A
Ten years ago '". The Army "OLK 'MI"TlIt adage,
Todnr Uirouin mturdw 'Th> Vic. In the Defense Council and a leader- Help others. This builds
demand Sen. Joseph government, apparently bird in the hand is worth two
rejected a by bit "
: PTodili ..w ,?..,.. (10..,., of off what ship council. up own ego.MOON "
McCarthy to disclose the Tod. ,.. hope heading they In the bush. Plod away for
names of persons connectedwith ./IV.R'hro""n MOON rrld.r..'V.'N r Vi fear mav be a peaceful solutionto The Communists took part In CIIIIDRFN (June 22 success
I and 10mo.,0., Dl.nwad, H.... the Malaysia crisis all the meeting except the Supreme to July 21) If take friends
there's a military plot{ the promotion and honor. and "Two Ii:d. Tn.nhrrOTNIR you IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
a CIT..SAIIBI11IHDALIeD. tactics although Operational Command into confidence
The get
able discharge of Ma]. Irving communist your you TODAY he, or she will
tolakeoverthe Perns, described by McCarthyas end P.naD.ltral." 'rho. Cnnditmn"avos In'.rnl" restrained so far, amountto where they do not hold a seat.' the support you need for any evolve Into one of those remarkable
: a Communist leader. Mln PAHK' H l.ni Th. Mu.ltBAK1OW confrontation against Sukarno -Their participation tied them to pet projects Be of assistanceto

Governmentof II I Five years ago ... Former CITY- OUhHAINM -1.1'0,....,'Hann"IB Cld Tor." and if carried further would group decisions which they opposed them, too. Get rid of any handle people any problem who can easily that

Teamsters Union President Rulb." Ind 'A'mor.d Commond lay them open to reprisals from prejudice you may have con well help
as
Dave Beck was convicted in LAy waLLa-al.i.: "Bundl In N.YPI.rYdNT ,the military. Confrontation Is cerning others. Be friendly. others may arise to do as the same ThereIs
these : ". .
ur :federal court In Tacoma, Wash, N'. York ClTY-CIPlln'und DMB. Ad.nu.nd. In" the Indonesian term for its anti- LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) tremendous energy in this
', ( Income PLANT CITY-,. Th. Dollr. Malaysia policy, a policy the College Move
\ i on charges of tax evasion D.llnouon', .. and "No Man I. on You must come to fine understanding nature and you should early
United Stares I.nd Peking Orient Red Communistsare with those In powerif directions
BI-RRINo-Plorad. "sund., in Hi* Will Include channel It In wise
One year ago ... President YnrY determined to see maintained you are to do your best In An unusual mixture here of
next .. Betancourt of Venezuela ar srtmiNO' "". Com.- on hlriutrl"Th.Tim Bulb and. in full force.Promises. Rock civic, public, affairs Don't idealism as well as down.to-
: .
.
Sunday. WAUCHULA
Ini tn.wfNTinHA Kissing
.. rived in Washington for a four viN Commlnd Recalled emphasize too much in stating earth practicality The piychiatrist .
.. visit and was welcomed byPresident -- Rlla "eund.r In'I Is
aNIIHSM"'MR II'IfI nII': w day Nr. Vor" your aims Safeguard your or psychologist
Party leaders pointedly recall CARTHAGE III (AP-Kiss
WINTlr.R. HAVENHav. DaL "W.IYrM '
I II IJ Kennedy good name. In this chart.
/ -- ...!!!. wild, altle' .end Lu.k'N ': i President Sukarno's promises to ing Rock a romantic landmark ,-strong----- -
WNOW SHOWING wreck Malayaia. Communist of the Carthage College campusfor VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) ''i_ _ =_= _ _

Boss D. N. Aidit said giving up a half century, will be movedto You have some constructive ARMSTRONGPRODUCTS 1
that goal I would amount to capitulation Kenosha, Wis, along with the plans and ideas In mind, but ;

.0 W '" 0 w"A SHATTERING This followed Sukar rest of the college. they require further study or j
no's statement that his crushMalaysia you lose backers on some
ENTERTAINMENT be
Y The college will relocatedin
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campaign would con the summer. Members of small detail. Forget out-of QUALITY
i"o oWis I EXPERIENCEI J tinue but that tactics might Beta Phi Epsilon fraternityhave town worries All clears up.

6IS-I:50 change. This was taken by;I voluntered to truck the LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)

a some to herald moderation of two-ton piece of granite to the Chances are you will permittax OXFORD
THE MOST r.w. OBWR the campaign, at least in the;new campus. and other monetary worries .

I military sphere The stone was placed on the to deter your constructive
J a ExclrlNCWOMEN/ ,1 C'N' ,,'ft..o.- The Implication of the Com-]Carthage campus by the classof aims to earn money by hard LUMBER
IN munist statements is that a Malaysian 1913 The Carthage traditionis work. Renew enthusiasm and :

THE WORLD! .-o". settlement short of complete that any male student find- all is well. Be accurate efficient r

EMMWO'BR.fM MARTIM BALSAM triumph for Indonesia ing a girl sitting on the rock Is 1 BUILDING II
would be unrevolutionary, a
entitled kiss.
EDWARD."...S.IEWi nAlLrO! i101R4 r..r ,RANXEKMBMEII w ..y.r.A..gOMAI$00 BAlRf9555. grave charge in a country where to a INCOME TAX MATERIALSFREE 1 1.
A.M..P.r1 w.w the word revolution Is the moat EXPLORER DELIVERY
sacred of C.r your U. cut ..rlyt!
.w political concepts.Sukarno Richard Burton was a famous A Big Value Service full Refund On fttfvm I

LAST "SUNDAY_IN COLOR NEW_ YORK" I III I I Communist is moving attempts to counterthe to undermine whose 19th century work m British Arabia explorer was re- R. G. JENNINGS. ., 1 530 West Main
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M LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. Feb II. IMf _

:22' More Polk Firms Given State ChartersTwentytwo I


I I t new Polk County Mineral Evaluators, Inc., 413S. ,I, Box 191-A, Babson Park; Polk Fruit Buyers, inc., post
i .x{ lu' organizations have received Florida Ave., Lakeland; authorized stock, 200 shares of Office Box 513, Lakeland; authorized
stock 2,000 shares
their corporation charter, Sec. authorized stock, 5,000 shares common of no par value; dealing of.
rotary of Slate Tom Adams announced of common at $1 per share; In real and personal prop common at S5 business.per share; dei|
from Tallahassee to dealing In mineral evaluation erty. Incorporators are JamesM. log in citrus Incorporators
D. C. Prosser
Jr
day. Incorporators are E. Edward McEwen, Blanche K. Earle are
and D. R. ;
The new firma i are: Holloway Jr., O. Gwendolyn and Joseph E. Melendl, all of D. S. Prosser Davies
Oak View I Estates, Inc., 1248 Powell and Patsy E, Hurt, all Tampa. all of Lakeland.
New Tampa Highway, Lakeland of Lakeland. Caribbean Fruit Co? Post Of
;
The 701 E. Canal
Sticky Triple,
Lakeland
flee Box 513 ; author
authorized stock, 100 shares of
Lake Region Tile Inc. 2391 authorized
St., Mulberry; shares of
ized stock, 2,000 common
common at $100 per thare. InCorporators Ave. D, SW, Winter Haven, stock, 5,000 shares of commonat
at 55 share; dealing ,
per
: of the firm, which authorized stock, 50 shares of $1 per share; dealing In real ID
will deal in real estate, J. L. citrus business. Incorporators
L1 are common of no value dealing
l ,a par ; and personal property. incorporators
f wu Ewell, E. R. Glass, and J. P. In tile contracting Incorporators Arthur F. Kain are D, S. Prosser Jr., D. >
are and D. R. Davies, tl)
Prosser
Butts, all of Lakeland
are Robert G. Martin of and Jewell
a } Vernon R. Disc
;, of Lakeland.
u ehrt Clack Properties Inc., U. S.
Haines and
City Eugene R. Gill. Johnson all of Lakeland.
( I Imperial Aviation Inc., Post
Highway 92 East, Auburndale
; worth and Clifford A. Strlne Jr.,,
authorized stock, 3,000 shares of G & R Brokerage Co. Inc., Office Box 513, Lakeland; an
both
of Winter
Haven.
) 4 Hill 4 Syrdynskl Truck Terminal 'thorlzed stock, 2,000 shares ot
< i s common at $1 share dealIng
k ty In real estate.per ; George Enterprises Inc., 130 U.S. Highway 98 North Lake- common at $5 per share; dealing .
!F Fe are Robert P. Incorporators Clack of- E. Central Ave., Lake Wales; land; authorized stock, 100 in transport of person)
Arcadia, Evelyn Clack of Au. authorized stock 1,000 shares of shares of common at $100 per property by air, airplane supplies
burndale, and George H. Borde common at 110 per share; dealing share; dealing In the brokerage etc. Incorporators are D
Jr. of Lakeland. In liquors. Incorporators are business. Incorporators are J. S. Prosser Jr., D. S. Prosser
-- r Curtis, Inc 2189 Colonial Miriam P. Myers, Teddie B. L. Goolsby and Harry T. Wayof and D. R. Davies
? Singletary and Carole M. Beas- and Vestar Robin.
Lakeland The Breton Corp., 1660 17th
Drive Lakeland authorized
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stock, 100 shares of common at ley, all of Lake Wales.RedlGo son of Holcomb, Mo. St. NW, Winter Haven; authorized .
; (100 per ahare; dealing in real Inc, 130 E. Central Marshall Engineering Corp, stock, 5,000 shares of common *
f'1' and personal property. Incorporatori Ave., Lake Wales; authorized 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland; authorized at $1 per share; dealing t In
are I. S. Felts, ThomasI. stock 1,000 shares of commonat stock, 100 shares of citrus business. Incorporators
I. Felt and J. Tom Watson, all $1 per share; dealing In live common of no par value; deal are Rutheled B. Wolter HenryL.
of Lakeland. stock. Incorporators are MiriamP. ing in engineering and construction. Jollay and Alice S. Brunner,
Mayaguei Canning Co., Post Myers, Helen L. Stegmanand Incorporators are Ronald all of Winter Haven.
Office Box 513 Lakeland, Teddie B. Singletary, all of Yachabach. J. H, Peterson Jr. Pine Grove Baptist Church
authorized stock, 2,000 shares of Lake Wales.E. and Kirk McKay, all of Lake- Inc. (non profit) Route 1, Box
common at SS per share; dealing 0. Polk, Inc., Route 1, Box land. 1228, Mulberry: subscribers art
In citrus fruit. Incorporators are 170.A, Frostproof; authorized Templm's Construction Inc., Joe G. Tate Milton P. Turner
D. S. Procter, D. R. Davies and stock, 500 shares of common at Post Office Drawer 872, Lake and P. T Hall, all of Mulberry
N L C. Holt all of Lakeland. no par valuel 1 dealing in real land; authorized stock 5,000 The Evangelist, Inc. non prof.
Universal Groves, Inc, Post and personal property, Incorp- shares of common at $1, per it) Post Office Box 245, Lake.
ra Office Drawer 1110. Lakeland; orators are E O. Polk and OnaV. share; dealing In construction. land; for religious purposes.
authorized stock, 10,000 sharesat Polk, both of Frostproof, and Incorporators are Herman C. Subscribers are J. R. McClure
$l per share; dealing in clt Charlotte Pol k Latimer of Templin Howard P. Templinand of St. Petersburg, Florls John
ruB business. Incorporators are Greenville, S.C. I Walter F. Templin, all of son of Kathleen, and Carol
POLK COUNTY DISPLAY-Bob RMt.th.rt, I.H, ...eutlvt Ceur.tr Dtv.h>'....". Bard dliploy which li .n.ble for tiettli, Chester H. Smith of Bartow and Ellingson Groves Inc., Route Lakeland. Welch of Lakeland.
director .f .h. Polk County Development Boora, end Clark Davit, motili, boob and other fi.... far duploy 'upp..... Robert P. Murray and Del
....".., .f ttia H..." Hoftl In Winter Mayan, view the Polk Ward, both of Lakeland.

Greater Lake Wales Community r
BRITISH SUB BEGUN I Nursing Service, Inc., care
TRADE UP LONDON (AP) Britain's of Mrs. Wilma I. Harris, 602
Emerald Ave., Lake Wales
first Polaris submarine Is to ; pur
I pose, to promote public health
To A Better Used Car From One Of The Many Bargains Offered Daily In The be named the Resolution. The nursing (non profit). Subscribers
LEDGER Classified Section. keel of the ship will be laid are Frank D. Newman,
next week and she Is to go Wilma I. Harris and Jeane Lane, .
into service in 1968.sc all of Lake Wales. -t-'
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package of REACHING FOR HELP-CMdr... ef Hit Watuil tribe clamor far fool ai They arrive In ..'U,"
village at tha Rwanda-Burundi border In Equatorial Africa. They fled shale satire .land ...nereBakatu
soldier, enclose .1.... of tha Wetwut, have. reportedly slaughtered come 20,000 Watunsduring
recent tribal ....rt.,.. (AP Wlrtpheto)



d POTATO !Watusi Children Undergo TerrorBy I


DENNIS LEE ROYLE who survived the tribal warfare refugees already are on hand.
CHIPS
USUMBURA, Burundi (AP- that missionaries estimate has I Backgrounding the trouble is
: It Is a time of terror for Wa cost the lives of up to 20,000 the old enslavement of Bahutusby
tusl children. Misery attends Tulle
In the past three
the brown-skinned Watusis.
lithe young descendants of a months.
That developed when the Wa-
lordly race which for 400 years
headed a feudal society In the Camp Set Up tusis moved their cattle herds
equatorial African land that is Sometimes, ragged and ailing southward apparently from
now Rwanda. from exposure, they come aloneto Ethiopia-In the 16th century to
Ill-clad and hungry, hundredsof a new life in refuge campsset the lush pasturage between
wiafs are fleeing into Burndl up for them by the Burundi Lake Victoria and Lake Tan

SEE WHAT YOU GET IN TWINS PACKAGE from massacres by the government within a few milesof ganyika.
stocky Bahutus, ex-slaves, that the frontier Bahutus Revolted
s n have swallowed up their aristocratic Refugee relief organizationsare
A marvelous, magic'trick, complete with equipment and instructions-one in parents. trying to truck in suppliesto protectorate Rwanda was when part the of a Bahutus Belgian,

each Twins Package! Values to 50jf. These tricks were especially selected by led Sometimes by a tall and the slender children elder are keep the pace camps.with About the growthof 22,000 a pure-blooded Negro tribe, rebelled

Mr. Magic to amuse and entertain adults as well as children but they are easy / drove out against many the to Watusis neighboring and

for youngsters to perform. Here are two of the 25 different tricks included in countries in 1959.

this offer: _-. 1 s si aft 4 The current bloodshed started
1 )t dn late last year when Inyenzl
o iif bands, challenging the modern
weapons of Rwanda's Belgin-officered -
VANISHINGCOIN tJ MAGIC :.' army of 1,200 Bahutus,
POTATO launched a series of raids
BOTTLE across the frontier in a desperate .
fJJ l
CHIPS d bid to retake the country.Newspaperman .

Get a quarter from a friend, place Fill bottle with water. Pass your handover +

it under a hanky. Let him hold on top of bottle. Turn bottle upside ,

I to it and drop it in a glass. He down. No water comes out. Poke tooth

I hears it clink, remove handkerpicks into neck. They float to top show Clarence Kelland

I chief. The coin is gone? ? ? ing bottle is still open? ? ? .. Dead At 82


PHOENIX Ariz. (AP-CUr-
ence Budington Kelland. 82, nationally -
known writer of fiction


ON / w 25 & 3* SIZES "How To Do Magic Tricks" M r.Nl TOn :!an +. Tuesday and Kelland newspaper, who after started a articles long his illness, newspaper died

career in 1904 with the

every 25tf or 39fi package you get a folder showing Mr. Magic's SECRETS for ;, Detroit reputation News, gained with the his Saturday national

performing one or more marvelous magic tricks. There are 12 folders in this series. Evening Post which print.ed .

ii Each one different. See sample tricks below: 55 of his serials. He was a
vice president and director of
y1r :. Phoenix Newspapers, Inc.,
which publishes the Arizona Republic .
t 10 MAN ESCAPE NAME THESECRET o V r { and Phoenix Gazette. He
was born In Portland, Mich.

CARD

!OTA'CIS MIAMI BASEBALL(AP)FAN- Quote of

I POTATO ) 1 the day: Cuban Prime Minister
cNiP Fidel Castro complained duringa
radio interview (monitored in
r Miami) about poor television
Tie a candy Lifesaver to a string, get a reception of Cuban baseball
friend to thread 10 more Lifesavers on Fan a deck of cards. Ask a friend to draw games, piped through a tat eo
.-; ann the string. While your friend holds end of one, look at it and put it back without I owned telephone lines, and added -
string, you remove the ten and show him showing it to you. Let him cut the deck. : "The telephone company
the one Lifesaver still tied on other end Now go through the deck and toss out IN SEARCH 0* A HOME This child, a ..en.feer. .f tha cuts down a lot of trees. They
of string. the card he drew?? ? I Watuil tribe ol Rwandi, carrlai 0 gourd with him In a "fu... are tree mutilators. So they
tillage In lurundl. Equatorial Africa This ...'. perenti, also. should improve the phone
(mt1( Potato Chips Are Made Fresh Daily In Florida C[] with. an aiHmatad 20,000 Watuil, ware billed I In tribal warfare uies."
...
with .h. Mldien' whew ancattart wera olives .f the Watutl. .
God fearing Boers call Johannesburg
Th.u..... bore fled Rwandi I* ..c.. tha laughtor.. AP Wire- "
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LEDGER Wednesday Feb U, 1M4 U I

illUAPDIRE I CaLDNT DOES THE No NOT REAu eTirAts IT PUTS MORE OF A

DEAR ABBY. "'= ( FIND MV If CXSMTOW.BLANKET. THE PROBLEM... STRAIN ON MY THUMB..

._ NJYII J \ W0ft JUST
Wlrofrain problem? For ;
III +( As WEUT
teN,.' lair, writ to 5. I wti

Abby. Box 1163, Beverly / 7.jte'
It J Ain't SoAbigail
Hlllt. Collr., end Include e

stlt-oddrMMd Romped o- liY ,>Ur w
A velope. Abby answers all r d/. ?

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DEAR ABBY I beg>> to differ with your reply to that mailcarrier' that the kids threshed around and he couldn't get any rest. But baits BUT TNEACSANOTHER INNOCENT!? [RwANTTO I'D VErVir- you ARE A L I
GIVE'ERTN SPLENDID
wife who thought some of the women on his route the next night It.. the same story What's wrong with this t| IS MINUTES U- 'Es. IWVESTIGATINO SU6PK0US LOOKIMG TESTSIRF MYSELF FORGIVE/IP I H'EXAMPLEOFTHE&ULUDOG
were after him. You said that most women were interested picture? '
THIS SUBAIE7CT WtfJSNOW DION;
In their MAIL, not her MALE. Well my son was a meter ANNOYED [ ONEV l TENACITY OF r

reader. He said he had to keep his eyes straight ahead every DEAR ANNOYEDt HIS sleepless nights are the least of AMERICANrVt I I'err

moment being careful not even to look sideways at some of what's wrong. Children should not get Into the habit of sleep I t itDETECTMESl4 n

the women or he would have a hard time getting out of the ing with their parents

house (He was 24, alx-foot-three, and very good looking) *

One woman who was old enough to be his mother was ao aggressive DEAR ABBY I've managed to live 47 years without writ J

that he reported her to the front office. They sent a ing anyone for advice, but something happened the other day .eyJ'I r ort.

detective out there to question her and she got her claws Into that I would appreciate a comment on. A friend of mine drop l t

the detective and almost broke up his home. Moat servicemen ped In unexpectedly, and 1 explained to her that I was expect 1C

can tell you it doesn't pay to be too friendly to the lady ing my son and his wife any moment. I told her that I had o

of the house. never met my daughter-ln, but my son said she was a shy 1E t.5n.ii .: S t: eaa.C o'O

METER READER'S MOTHER little thing and I thought it might be easier for her to meet

her mother alone for the first time. My friend didn't

1r k take the hint. Rather she said, "I would like to meet the girl :;e.! : ,'.i ':' "'.., 1.I BUZZARD INCHEASESf rC T THE 'SAME TIME SHE

DEAR ABBY We have been married 12 years and have aren't you going to ask me to sit down?" I told her as SHE KNOWS THEY MUST BEGINS TRANSMISSION OfBUILTIN
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three children. We have plenty of beds ao that each of ui can nicely as I could that I thought It would be better if she came I AROUND I E MOON IMMEDIATELY MAID: AND NAVE SCANS HELP THR SOON SKY FOR SHE TMPOUGM ELECTRONIC HER MORNS.o. SIGNALS. 0 MuTvAN NtAAPe.

steep alone now. My husband complained that he was crowded back the next afternoon for tea, and meet her then. She left = THE MOTHER AND NEW A CLEW.

ao I changed our double bed for twin beds. Now every in a huff. How could I have handled a situation like that more ed BORN CHILD BEGINS TO

night the children argue over whose turn it Is to sleep with tactfully? fa$ INCREASES MEL'A'5 MOON HCr BODY MAID J tr0o 0 .

Daddy. I try to force the "each to his own bed" rule, but my WONDERING n! t TEMPERATURE TO THE wA-wA pail 4 Oo'o
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husband overrides my objections with the argument that he DEAR WONDERINGt I think you handled an awkward 'MAXIMUM. p .e WA-wA-A 0 0 0 oba6Gl

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10 Amar.eana *< Mark N I K O N A N N O
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MOHNIN9. Chamber of Commerce Monday

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... -Tha Amaricana had served with the sheriff's office NRDAOONTRPoe. ...

1 M..I TOMOIIIIOW Intarluaaft AFTICNOONas in an administrative capacity -For Less Rigid To Yugoslavia I .... L oaS, Jl

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I -ln a.rv Saaniah the
administrator directing activities -
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APPROVED ell discussed his plans for dividing do business.In trade with Cuba.

TALLAHASSEE w-The State the county Into zones for I a reaffirmation of Chinese Carrying out a congressional(

Cabinet authorized issuance more efficient- operations of the Communist policy, the official ban on aid to nations that trade s st, IVB onerVEASUKEP SAY PIP VOJ KNOW wTNggs OUT
sheriffs office; organizing an THAT YOUR cHAIR WILL 6O RAN
Monday of 84<5.000 In revenue auxiliary to provide greater protection Peking People's Dally rejected with the Cubans the State Department p My 0,4, HIGHER THAN OARia'B3L CAPIAINI!
NEW pE6K, NO
certificates for the constructionof at no increased cost to U.S. conditions for improvement Tuesday also announced C7. AND SAAB'S f

new student apartments at the county; and his opposition In Chinese-American relations that Spaln,and Morocco ,. DESK N'i de I ?A

and M University In to placing deputies under civil "most would atBSGGER /' PI
Florida A as preposterous. get no new U.S. aid A trEAUYfI S
service because this could forcean The said Red China until : ;f
Tallahassee. paper they provide "further clar 5
incoming sheriff to keep per. could not under any circumstances ification" of their trade policies
.sonnet from the previous administration -
be dissuaded from sup with the Cubans.
RADIO even if he felt they Asian
A-l porting revolutionary Sources indicated that the

SERVICE should be replaced. movements. It also again demanded amounts of aid involved In the
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.12 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Feb II, 1MI r -

22 More Polk Firms Given State Charters I


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Twenty.two new Polk County Mineral Evaluators, Inc., 411 1, Box 191 A, Babson Park, Polk Fruit 513 Buyers Lakeland, me, Post.
Office Box ; authorized
organizations have received S. Florida Ave., Lakeland; authorized stock 200 shares of stock, 2,000 chares of
i. their corporation charters, Secretary authorized stock 8.000 shares ,common of no par value; deal- at W per share; dealIng .
of State Tom Adams announced of common at $1 per share, ing In real and personal prop- common In citrus business. Incorp..
from Tallahassee In mineral evaluation. James
to dealing are
t Incorporators
erty.
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i, orators are D C. Prosser Jr
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e ; ; f Incorporate are E Edward M. McEwen Blanche K. Earle
day.The and D R Davies:
Prosser ,
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firms are* Jr O all of D.
thi 1 pew Holloway Gwendolyn and Joseph E. Melendl Lakeland.
i 9 Oak View Estates, Inc. 1248 Powell and E, Hurt all all of
{ I L { fi 1}' Patsy 'Tampa. Caribbean Fruit Co., Post Office .
J New Tampa Highway, Lakeland; of Lakeland. I The Sticky Triple 701 E. Canal Box 513 Lakeland; authorized
P i IY authorized stock, 100 shares ol. Lake Region Tile Inc. :W1 St., Mulberry; authorized stock 2,000 shares of common .
{ common at $100 per share. InCorporators 'Ave D, SW Winter Haven; I,stock 5,000 shares of common at $S per share, dealing,
of the firm which authorized stock, 50 shares of at $1 per share; dealing in real citrus business. Incorporators
6 4C will deal in real estate are J, L. common of no value dealing
I par ; and personal' S. Prosser Jr., D.
rrtyF.lni [ are D. 5 s
Y of r Ewell. E. R Glass, and J. P. in tile contracting Incorpor-I l
orators are
t 1 ,add' V Prosser and D. R. Davies, all
Butts all of Lakeland. atora are Robert G. Martin of Vernon R. Dies and Jewell Lakeland
i Clack Properties Inc., U. S. Haines City and Eugene R. GUI- Johnson all of Lakeland. of Imperial Aviation Inc., Post
Highway 92 East, Auburndale; worth and Clifford A. Strine Jr.,
G & R Brokerage Co. Inc, Office Box 513 Lakeland; au.
authorized stock, 8,000 shares of
both of Winter Haven.
Truck Terminal -
Hill & Syrdynskl thorized stock. 2,000 shares ot
common at SI per share; deal. George Enterprises Inc, 130 U.S. Highway 98 North, Lakeland common at $5 per chare, dealIng .
Ing In real estate. Incorporators E. Central Ave, Lake Wales; authorized stock 100 In transport of persona]
are Robert P. Clack of authorized stock, 1,000 chares of shares of common at $100 per property by air airplane sup
I Arcadia Evelyn Clack of Au. .
? common at $10 per share; dealIng share; dealing In the brokerage plies, etC. Incorporators are D.
burndale, and H. Borde
George
In liquors. Incorporate are business Incorporators are J. S. Prosser Jr, D. S. Procter
Jr. of Lakeland Miriam P. Myers, Toddle B. L. Goolsby and Harry T. Way and D. R. Davies.
Curtis, Inc., 2189 Colonial
Singletary and Carole M. Beat- of Lakeland and Vestar Robinson The Breton Corp., 1660 17th
i Drive Lakeland; authorized ley, all of Luke Wales. of Holcomb Mo. St. NW. Winter Haven; authorIzed
stock 100 shares of common at
I II Redl-Go, Inc., 130 E. Central 5,000 shares of
{ d $100 per share; dealing In real Marshall ,Engineering Corp. stock com
a and personal property. Incorporators Ave., Lake Wales; authorized' 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland; authorized -I mon at $1 per share; dealing in
I leJjji are I. S. Felts Thomas stock 8,000 shares of commonat stock 100 shares of I citrus business. Incorporatorsare
I. Fells and J. Tom Watson, all $1 per share; dealing In live common of no par value; dealing ..I Rutheled B. Wolter, Henry
of Lakeland. stock. Incorporators are MiriamP. In engineering and construe I L. Jollay and Alice S. Brunncr
Mayaguez Canning Co., Post Myers Helen L. Slegman 'tion Incorporators are Ronald all of Winter Haven.
Office Box 811. Lakeland; and Teddie B. Singletary all of Yachabach, J. H. Peterson Jr. I Pine Grove Baptist Church
: authorized stock, 2,000 shares of Lake Wales. and Kirk McKay all of Lake .Inc. (non profit) Route 1, Box
common at $5 per share; dealingin E. O. Polk Inc., Route 1, Box land. I.1228, Mulberry; subscribers are
citrus fruit. Incorporators are 170 -A, Frostproof, authorized Templin's Construction Inc., Joe G. Tate, Milton P. Turnerand
D. S. Prosier D R. Davies and stock 500 shares of common at Post Office Drawer 872, Lakeland P. T. Hall, all of Mulberry.
L. C. Holt all of Lakeland. no par value! dealing In real ; authorized stock, 5,000 I The Evangelist Inc. non prof.
Universal Groves Inc., Post and personal property Incorp--shares of common at $1, per I it) Post Office Box 245, Lakeland
Office Drawer 1110. Lakeland; orators are E O Polk and Ont share; dealing In construction. ; for religious purposei
x authorized stock, 10,000 shares V. Polk, both of Frostproof, and Incorporators are Herman C. I Subscribers are J. R. McClureof
at $1 per share, dealing In citrus Charlotte P 01 k Latimer of Templin, Howard P. Templin St. Petersburg Floris Johnson .
business Incorporators are Greenville S.C. and Walter F. Templln, all of of Kathleen and Carol
FOLK COUNTY DISPLAY-Rob Rhlnthort, I.H, ...cutl.. County Dwbpmtnt lord rflipby which li .vclkbUj. for hofcli, :Chester H. Smith of Bartow and Ellingson Groves Inc., Route Lakeland. I Welch of Lakeland.
41r.ct r .f tko folk County Dovilopmint. loud, end Clark Davis, mottlt, banks and .thor finni for lIi.I., purpoi ,Robert P. Murray and Del
........or ol tho H...* Hotel I.. Wlntr; Hov**, view tho Polk 'Ward, both of Lakeland.
Greater Lake Wales Community -
BRITISH SUB BEGUN I I Nursing Service Inc., care dfWs ,

TRADE UPTo LONDON (AP) Britain's of Mrs. Wilma I. Harris. 602
Emerald Ave., Lake Wales; purpose { >D
x r
first Polaris submarine Is to
to promote public health
A Better Used Car From One Of The Many Bargains" Offered Daily; In The be named the Resolution The nursing (non profit). Subscribers : w.
keel of the ship will be laid are Frank D Newman, ,
LEDGER Classified Section. next week and she Is to Wilma I. Harris and Jeane Lane,
into service In 1968 got all of Lake Wales.





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of REACHING FOR HELP-Children of tho Worutl Mb. clamor for food thor orriro In nfuNvillage
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whet soldiers, ancient level of the Watuui, have reportedly slaughtered urn 20,000 Watutil
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POTATO IWatusi Children Undergo Terror IBy I



I DENNIS LEE ROYLE who survived the tribal warfare refugees already are on hand.

CHIPSSEE USUMBURA, Burundi (AP-:that missionaries estimate has Backgrounding the trouble is
It Is a time of terror for Wa cost the lives of up to 20,000 the old enslavement of Bahutusby

tusl children. Misery attends,Tutis in the past three the brown.skinned Watusls.
lithe young descendants of a months.
That developed when the Wa-
lordly race which for 400
years Camp Set Up tusis; moved their cattle herd.
headed a feudal society in the
equatorial African land that is Sometimes, ragged and ailing southward apparently from
Ethiopia-In the 16th century to
now Rwanda. from exposure they come aloneto
'the lush
Ill-clad and hungry, hundredsof a new life in refuge camps pasturage between
Lake Victoria and Lake Tan-
wlafs are fleeing into Burn- set up for them by the Burundi
dl from massacres by the government within a few miles ganyika.
WHAT YOU GET IN IEW TWINS PACKAGEA stocky Bahutus, ex-slaves, that'of the frontier. Bahutus Revolted

have swallowed up their aristocratic Refugee relief organizationsare
Rwanda was part of a Belgian
marvelous magic trick complete with equipment and instructions-one in parents I. trying to truck in supplies protectorate when the Bahutus,
Sometimes the children are.to keep pace with the growthof
each Twins Package! Values to 500. These tricks were especially selected by led by a tall and slender elder the camps About 22,000 belled a pureblooded against the Negro Watusis tribe,and re

Mr. Magic to amuse and entertain adults as well as children but they are easy / drove out many to neighboring

for youngsters perform. Here are two of the 25 different tricks included in countries In 1959
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across the frontier in a desperate
COIN lJJ J BOTTLEGet bid to retake the country.Newspaperman .


a quarter from a friend place Fill bottle with water. Pass your hand

it under a hanky. Let him hold on over top of bottle. Turn bottle upside ,

to it and drop it in a glass. He down. No water comes out. Poke tooth. Clarence Kelland

hears it clink, remove handkerpicks into neck. They float to top show.

chief. The coin is gone? ? ? ing bottle is still open? ? ? Y Dead At 82


PHOENIX. Ariz. (AP-Clar.
ence Budington Kelland 82, na
tionally known writer of fiction
and newspaper articles died

ON I.Im( 25* & 39 SIZES "How To Do Magic Tricks" fm Mr.TMagcran Tuesday Kelland career, who after started in a 1904 long his with illnesi newspaper the-


J Detroit News, gained his national -
On every Z5f* or 39j! package you get a folder showing Mr. Magic's SECRETS for reputation with the Satur-

performing one or more marvelous magic tricks. There are 12 folders in this series. day Evening Post which print
I I ed 55 of his serials. He was a
Each one different. See sample tricks below: of
vice president and director
wi Phoenix Newspapers, Inc.,
which publishes the Arizona Re-

10 MAN ESCAPE NAME THE public and Phoenix Gazette. He
a f slr was born in Portland Mich.

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1 I t' Tie a candy Lifesaver to a string get a ,'reception of Cuban baseball
friend to thread 10 more Lifesavers on Fan a deck of cards. Ask a friend to draw lames, piped through stat
j the string. While your friend holds end of one look at it and put it back without owned telephone lines and add
string, you remove the ten and show him showing it to you. Let him cut the deck. ed: "The telephone company
the one Lifesaver still tied on other end Now go through the deck and toss out IN SEARCH OF A HOMI This child, a ........... .1 th. cuts down a lot of trees Theyare
Wotutl triM .f Rwcndl. manias a ourd with him ,U tree mutilators So they
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wife who thought torn of the women on hit route the next night It's the same story. What' wrong with this [ IS MINUTES //. 'ES INVESTIGATING u- 5u6P1C10u'LGOetiP4G TEST'SIR F MYSELF IP I IDIDN'T.1 H'EXAMPLEOFTHE&ULUXXS
were after him. You said that most women were Interestedin picture? THIS SUBJECT: 11iOI'OUGHL'I1S ) ONE: !'

their MAIL not her MALE. Welt my ion was a meter ANNOYED '/ TENAQTV OF

reader. He said he had to keep his eyes straight ahead every DEAR ANNOYED HIS sleepless nights are the least of AMERICANDETECnVESHIPj

moment, being careful not even to look sideways at tome of what's wrong. Children should not get Into the habit of sleeping r

the women or he would have a hard time getting out of the with their parents

home. (He waa 24, six-foot-three, and very good looking.) 4J

One woman who was old enough to be hla mother was to aggressive DEAR ABBY: I'vt mensgeed olive 47 years without writ-

that he reported her to the front office. They tent a Ing anyone for advice, but something happened the other day

detective out there to question her and the got her claws into that I would appreciate I comment on. A friend of mine drop-

the detective and almost broke up hit home Most servicemen ped unexpectedly, and I explained to her that I was expecting N.

can tell you it doesn't pay to be too friendly to the lady my son and his wife any moment. I told her that I had ,

of the house. never met my daughter-in-law but my son said she was a shy t saga, kh'd

METER READER'S MOTHER little thing and 1 thought It might be easier for her to meet

her mother-in-law alone for the first time. My friend didn't

take the hint. Rather she said, "I would like to meet the girl :.... :ii6 .7" :" ';, :::. BUZZARD INCREASES /, T THE SAME TIME BUB 4 o vD

DEAR ABBY: We have been married 12 years and have aren't you going to ask me to tit down?" I told her as 8MB KNOWS TWEV MOST BEGINS TRANSMISSION OPBUILTIN O 1
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three children. We have plenty of beds to that each of ut can nicely as I could that I thought It would be better If she came l AROUND MOON MAID ANDTFIH SCANS HAVE HELP TUB SOON.SKY FOR SHE TWOOLCH CLECTRONC HER MORNS.( SIGNALS Gw- r

sleep alone now. My husband complained that he was crowded back the next afternoon for tea, and meet her then. She left I MOTHER AND NEW A CLEW. :

so 1 changed our double bed for twin beds. Now every In I huff. How could I have handled a situation like that more O_ BORN CHILD BEGINS TO 4 O pOOQ

night the children argue over whose turn it li to sleep with tactfully? f a MEL.AS INCREASES MOON HER BODV MAID c

Daddy. I try to force the "each to hit own bed" rule but my WONDERING t TEMPERATURE TO THE wA-wA .

husband overrides my objections with the argument that he DEAR WONDERING I think you handled an awkward 'MAVIMUM.NEW p0 0 0O'pO ,ObO

"doesn't mind." But the next morning he complains to me situation with admirable finesse.PUZZLE. = .... '. .; '-.0 O WAS o
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II by heat 44 Search 67 Folk aongs.

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THIS IVIMIMO' Hear CandidateFor ul A ) Kal'KhIt '/ 'I'IC

tit-lunihina .1....... 1 v N ,r YEQMUY SQUEAM SQUE

s 7M,_-...aainnlna... a:......Saanidi Ont SheriffLAKE A R k EST 1r I EAM SMQUEAMY.
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lo-e. 0"TO"ORROW of the Lake Wales Junior straint.

MORNINOf Chamber of Commerce Monday
K-.I..n.n., w. G.rnMY.Istl. night that his decision to seek Oil 1/61&
al-L"I -Fram', H the. aamninI It the office was based "on the ynesaesTAKI OeP4TL.MCNWa1L I' ins MOTHER It r GUT IP MU.P0YD K FOTIm'fPeAKS At P
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os-The It. -a aa.la N.r.asr*.* Plaeat, In the sheriff's office" PILOT RADIOED AHEAD HOSPITAL/ MM foypf coNomcNacFo 0' 1(150U504 TO UNOW MOW TUB / WHAT I I' PPTffT

I 10, 4t 10---.U.*,....Hillary. In .t.an Howell told the group that he U.S. Can't Hope U. S. Cuts Aid .4 POR A TAXI,,, a-a-.SMOM CONT541'RsfULTS. CONTEST 54010. WIN* '
11..0-Th. AMN.unsTOMORROW had served with the sheriff's office 1aP0R5 455 DAUONT6 ...

_........ Ina.ud.N .PT.IINOONII in an administrative capacity For Less Rigid To Yugoslavia 7 pose,.. L 9'iSJ.j
II _.............. cII -.... and that It was this ex- d43T AOIPIl
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I ._H.k_" ....... perience that led him to believe /_ -
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Ie-Mw..a Inwlud.a have to be a guncarrying :

I .e-ou.,e-Wer/d of/ ...C.enNP.Nn .... w..14la.u. man who goes around arresting (AP) Red China WASHINGTON (AP) The h
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lal10 ...'.. Cus ....,oh people but should be an told the United States today not United States has halted small 0iC .T 7.Ar
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administrator _
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'S __Wh.......... N.Cry.'..... In a question-and-answer session echelon" of Chinese Communist aln, France and Yugoslavia I in 5'
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at the end of his talk. Howell leadership with which it coulddo retaliation for their continuing:

BONDS APPROVED discussed his plans for dividing business.In to trade with Cuba. --

TALLAHASSEE at-The State the county Into zones for a reaffirmation of Chinese Carrying out a congressional l

Cabinet authorized issuance more efficient operations of the Communist policy the official ban on aid to nations that trade BiP, Z' w riueTNEASUR.ED 6A1; DID'tu KNOW WN@RE'S MG JUST
sheriffs office; organizing an THAT YOUR CHAIR WILL GONiONER HA'II lANCUr
Monday of $445,000 in revenue auxiliary to provide greater pro! Peking People's Daily rejected with the Cubans, the State De NEW DEfiC MY Olt, THAN EARai'8iREALLYiI CAPTAIN?!
NOIi
certificates for the constructionof tection at no increased cost tot U.S. conditions for Improvement partment Tuesday also announced II AND SAR6E'9

new student apartments a the county; and his oppositionto In Chinese-American relations that Spain..and Morocco DESK K'

Florida A and M University In placing deputies under civil as "most preposterous." would get no new U.S. aid tiTILL a .lur'r

service because this could forcean The paper said Red China until they provide "further clar :. 6IGGER;a 6
Tallahassee. _____ i
sheriff to keep
incoming personnel could not under any circumstances Ification" of their trade policies M
000000 : from the previous administration be dissuaded from supporting with the Cubans. ti I

A-l RADIO :, even if he felt they Asian revolutionary Sources indicated that the t

I should be replaced. movements. It also again de- amounts of aid involved in the
SERVICE .r
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-III tw.. It. ::1 Siberia's Lake Baikal ls the from the Nationalist-held island France and less for Britain s

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..IAL "'DVI"TI'IMINT' LEOAL "OVI"TIt&IIIINT IN TIlE CIRCUIT COUIIIT 0' ,
THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIR 58 Work Wanted 74 Uniitopln
NOTICE TO INVITATION TO SJIDKenli'ct tlwnm.w.1 t Jtrvlc
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'r.tt''OI"COU"T : CUlT OF .OAID. IN ANC
IN THE COUNTY hid wIlt| b,. reuvlvcd al
.. ,. roe POLK COUN TV IhCHANCB.PIV ON all mail lewnmow., KEKP sops,.. Pelloee HARDY SOD CO.Heelthr .
IN AND' FOR POLK tin' .ff"" if Ito ricnidH t it meoiniulB CHILRIN. .
COUNTY FLORIDA >l",n. lakeland, FIt' 'Ida. till email entlnel' Free *itl., o.n Avenue. .M Lawn OraueeOlielne
C... N Docket
IN HIC: KHTAIK (IK .. I'M ,u W'dll..do. Manh 4. Pege* .1. Ml 1 L KB reptlre, Oabll' Aol, Olaolnl Planllnl

I 1ATUNA URKHKXBTrHIKOKIi'a.cd: well. fpi the purrrm. ,.e of: KUlKlt.M1lo.SAI.I MOKT SIll Nol Florid Ml meke our Better out FREE ESTIMATESIlk
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Inc Claim* or Demand* Anil'Inn ... eipil\Hlenl, rated firKhlpnieut -"...- l'I.'nllf )) Mattrttl Rin,vatin| p.Oela II mv INSTRUCTION
Maid H5m"te : F (I. U W Inter llaen > I (7. liIIJ.ANI'h et al 10. wlLKor'hom. I
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Ton and eail.: of you are her. l-'li<.i.,Idie C lltN loefeldaIL. t.l RBNOVATINa I-.
hv notified 10 file In duiilliiiu, .11 l lHalm Hie Hulda Cllrua Cnmmlvelon: NOTICE: OF BALI' .05. Are Mattress .. NURSING CARl: _'.Inulld or. 14 Sch.ols8PEC1AL
mid dc-mandu hl.hhs. ,...... ... the lUx e. ,. ', home. lurt
v >ou \ tight lo rsj.'t any or Notice lilen that, Sr. Phone M0 .- .n. 0.. L.
\. igalmit the! Mtalci of 1'.I"n. all bide. ol."rrr ; 2 hret lioeplial 1.18

llrrbonetchlkoff' ,ueaaed. 'In Ihrifflo ,0SAM A. BANKS: ,5115111 'In dcii's.lbs aIt'va.n.nr foretiwiire Wells Pomp, week MU.7221. fRIDA'1 LARIIT. 501 01011
L.kol.ndBnu"
of ,Itlrhard A. BmtiKm (hall-men : .nl..d GENERAL CARPENTER work .u" .hO'
Hied calmS the flrcult Court olv.m I .... .
<'"'1111)' Judiie-. >| hi. office In II-. --sell. Buildlnt. Swear, roollnt addlUoni I I $1.Comeletole
Count>, Klorlila. I it'Iti aelth MONTOOMEItT War ..0011.Oonrl .
('"irl Houee HI Km'low. rlnrldH' .rl N Job too ItrteSlmpeoa ralo.'o
', In Polk' County Install .m..l-t MU .
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within, nix, calendar' moths from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .IURI. Four w .r 5:41-2
THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HnilelH, ( Hie: a_ Dp 91 monUie M pa> .8.27.
I month onlr. Com.
\ .hru..y II. 1151. which In the : THIS
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I i,Mir, .h.o: claim, or demancnumt FOR POLK COUNTY IN IIAK l.lHt .. recorded. anorrtlnato In Plat k FINANCIAL Soaks and Oasis In.luda. ...
ho In wilting. mum dots the CHANCERY : EMPLOYMENT yen learn
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Caet No 121(7 Docket SI Florids
place' nf relilc-nce and poet offlciddren ; te Sohoni. .1'
Page No. Sit of l'OItnt9'. I"Iot'ids.Ill lon Business Oppertunlllef 53501101.Bu' '.16J1..
of th claimant, I. mud I hoitrn ,6 p00 .U
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(IIIZrNH: NAIIHN4I. BANK.OF ItihIltie ."'' lo Ihe Huheet' and : Female
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la and souforoosid
mimI ,
Wasted EVENING REAL eeil* clael lOPformins
HI I'I'J'nIIICIII'HII.0.: .. iel hid '.f 11cr sob. at the HoulhI fore CIIOICS 55010505 Inromsieoportdns
,
Ill Imeontevoid
or et oBImeo .ne
for pen.o.etI0551155loesand '
nt if the 1'eilk' rnuntiniirlhiillM '
tional Banking Anam'latlnnllalntirf. I n I'or ( Mol 1.1-LA.
> 'In Hnilow. Klnrlita be.loden II WANTED. ISO .1 'I Rosilor. 1527 alnd.Mu broken. .r full Inform
Is/ ALYCFJ BATCIttlIR. .__ 11:00: A M end S:00 PhI. onhe. tion Wool ".10".1 .lIul..rd 5-4107. I N.lola ,1101 phone Rodierb Ia.
AdmioioIrstriX.C "H t tka fall, day or 114 tdi ,MJR8B. 40 boo tor. Bit-2711.
1'-<< .. r Iht'h''III1tbtN. .111., ..brt..y. EXCELLENT BUBINK8S oppordrleri -!
( SEAL r day J1-4J. abler tJHi plu'
/ THOMA" H. ihilCtIlNSUN. aie 00011. 500151 ksoplsdna'
Ii' A 1' ION ;. J H.. .1 U.. .,.'" I n ii. .IX>AV. JRClerk All ... N i4414M382. Iu'' bulbstsmo stAre. ldabl h.lP* LIVESTOCK

IN THE COUNTY 1..1.,1., I I C"rrlli Court : NUS8I'S _,.t.n' for' 000015. Roa.sISaas. 5uIlLort02.4u35 .
JUDGE COURT POLK NOTICE OF SALE' By LILA NPAIV. '. ..et (Ions ,
COUNTY FLORIDAhelate Not lie I. heieb)' IIh..n 11..1. 111th. Deputy, Clerk dan .om. Lakeland 88 Dogs, Cats, Pets
of limit to a final. el..c.roe nfilonnre t....- IT-Oil. a COtS 5.auodelns. 40 ..h.... U

JIUA n. MILL' >:RI. entered In lbeato'teeo' T.. losollnot 10..0.. blhII. BOARDING Kei......
& JohnB89 J. e.sns HOLY
>i>reaiiedi1 titled ,amee 'In Ihe ('III'nil I I'Ollrt ..I ''N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .4103. 1. CM' Ill '101 AI.D. New
IK:: trti Peilk C'oiMil'II Hut ,Ida I wlliheprniHii nell lt-aaPsp. MU
The Hint' if M.rlda In VRH loll... Polk ('..unly THE: TENTH JUDICIAL cm Mulb.r
FlXIRI-MK: I-:. II A AltO PIlE sod : rliiilcla. Hem' I\.Jn\:: He' CUlT OF THE STATE OF II CLERK a-'B3.

5?II othet) ."II,..reed : Lot I. In Blrnk 4 of KOI:'Nl FLORIDA IN "AND' FOR POLK' .1 ..neerlra flew WIRE HAIR Chlbuahuee TorTerrlrre
To all elHlmlngbeneficial .n" COUNTY perrell 01.0aoitloapoei. WANTE Piklneene, "m..nl.D.
:
pen-mm H.\MISI III':Kill TIC. 1ekeland .
In .Ihe e.lal 01 Chancery No. t? 4 12-?lRinni"WOOD DermIs Bhepherde flih,
Inlete.t '. Hullile, aeceiidliil I.. lint' In ,01 accountlni nd .
hANK: > renarlee monkeys. and eupplleeCokere .
H'I.IA R. MII..I.I'II.I: deiia-ed: iheiaof reiordid In I'lal Hook .A\.I. bookkeeplniSulerr Pet Bhop SIS .
herely ,niiifl'-d lhatpetition S a New York Hok Corpora-) ep>n. Brine .um. Iol I.n.'u.k.
Veil ar* 4U, 1'0. I. Piil.llc lleiorda of .. MO e,>6<('.
him .lope filed In Mild Pi.Ik i ounly Honda. Inn. ) .. Lied ".lnMrl..,

c,Mitt, piayliig' for .n oirttr nndeirarne.ri.prt I it public .ale" to the Unbelt and Plaintiff I | 550 MuIb.rrp It-sIms,. LIQUOR LICENSE BITY a POODLE IOP. P..

7 x..it,. rlorlila 8inlui.iitn I heel 1.101"lei. fur eaeh. at the Hmiilil I florida. f..I.n'' neosmlon. 'ud. pu"
hel.and .beneflclrlea FIIMtMAN C "TnFFTk' ) .. EstAte.. ,
deteinlne -'ronl "hue or the 1'"lk ( 0,1111) p. Ud Iop
.. ..11'1.1n.. Mil.MRI... Kill':KMAV COLE ITRIJE'I', ) Hom. 8..ala8.
of [l nurlhiiiiKe In Hallow Hmldn. beI Movable Polk Co t 0'3..8.
tt ) LOBT U D y.
,
ratted andShsriOfitoIfle 'In her I ween I 11 00 A.M. and 2:110: I' M!. on 'C CHIHUAHUA
RIIITERK
politiC, aodVCtsre heiehv reamlred I[Ihe I7lh day of March 1)64.lbi'ALJ .1..nI"I.OF SUIT )I 'lot.nd Technician Package. Advise best cash ..lun. SOld .pup
.
to file >'ntlr written defenceflret TUB iummAtTOI >d. < hour, 11(0 price. Reply to loe. toe foa .r.I. .hlhuHu.
I tieletoit'ttttln fortlP .1,s'o.fter the fl II. KUIAV JR "TATf.'. OP : M"nl lP. 4 aiameie .... 3-10
Ir hei'eot Kl'oullt .' 1.1"MTJF.f' .
publliyou "I.rk ( th'.nrtBy
) I' AKO reeliUred and
full thereto decree will be enlotirae : MVIAN A. l'CJVlll1.trttuty 'kllI..I unknown S Assistant Box F-225 BEACu. 50mb.
I
.
any r..d. Wor".e
lered'"'on_ In due upon Mid pe. 1".102.. Clerk AI..I.I' .) h.lra. .nleea, Z IUY. : \. "p. preferred sod .reedr t ... .. 61.u7.11.

"'All'- p.r.on. ..I.hnlnor Nov boos. 5001 Oneea. Ileo.r.. Creditor.. c/o Lakeland} LedgerFOR !
tlt"lot Intrequired .. In ..Id celtic ..... NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .... or other' claim.alls. roe .. i In Housekeeper AICMINIAI'UII$ Poodle.. sos
to fit osiose lit .toil .n) MAKE APPLICATIONFOR trtrouBh under nr ..r.1 'III'S.. 050 51011.. Impo"hint
foriv.rtm FINAL' DISCHARGEIn 00011101 I..OI.I.II IAlIil5F .a lb DP" BALE Mulberry TV end Apd around.
Ih .00 e
,'I.h" within \ Rrl..ar. 1.
.ouaht l.
"..Ioet. Hhoulde )'('II full therein' He I'.i-tme of I'IUF.T.k'" LLI.11 TP8T IAT'. pll.n. All .,IorS equipmentWentern .on.bl. MU '-aal.
plus Union' Good
etener
TY ,
.1. will toe entered In due'ohIo. U RUHS BI.YTIIF' DR' RI GERMAN SHEPHERD sIc
pup.
aims bu.n. HellO fOereaallaOsrIllea
: .. You ncr "he-rehv notified that a .
I ". .
then ld lelitlfl.vITxls and the 'coNCHIN "lilt nice hern filed naielmet .o.t i ; ,ipen OPPICE CIK. 'J80. Phon Mulboere .k. old. not rN.tor' Malet
lund TO WHOM IT MAY
\ : ily ALL 13a. .
'
t.m.
nfl emh ofou. by TtllflIl'.W.'hIIllttA'lNhlIC he n .201.
coal, 01 mid, C 'Ii'I at, Bnrtov. Polk : MOT HOU""I EIP. .aa-161.
'l....imlrliitidn' I PIe nth day of :Notli la herrh gl\en that I BANK:. a New; York M25J I WAITla. LAKEANP I P10057 most d.
liflI.I hate Ad. Dunking, Contention. In the above & OTHERa I Iaundronls, 1 LvetokIUY
.'ohrisr, )'. A I' filed bv final l'-I".11 an : o"'ld
., nlCIiAnn A. 8110-Oll0S: nlnlietrainr. c' 1'. A. of the e.'tate iiltled "'"".'. and that TOi .. For h.. ., 11 &dom'
'' .ire-by required to file v',, ALL JOBS ONLY wood DrlviCB YOUR freeeer beer now 4e
r lirlc
('oun'y' Jii "f U HOI I 'HI':. di "came '

I will I
lhnt I
final dIo'kolSe. and dance
OfFORECLOSURE .
NOTICE Ih. lalnllff l'l.lntlff AttorIRrnrc .ne h.l. .
SALE ipllv to Ih* lion. nl<'''I.' Rfl A or 'nd of the boot locetleniFolk 3Jla8."IV.
"' <'ot; nrNotice IIIINON """t). .liiditr "I rolk flew. ..I Ii ocnnu in.nandaddIene in. ] CIT EMPLYMENT Ia Countr On mali Huhr BROOD soul. one York
cur:UK OK ('n.1' W : .
BY at
that thennder.lRi "n'y.,' Florida. on lie 4th doy ofMotek. I..Y. Attorney Arade r. lit ooo, ta ooo down bole boar For Inlo.m..ID. call
hiubghen .6
I. lie. fur approval of the 1.5w. 8A4 f'.nl..1 DI P Ual Wells Boa M-2 LakeleodAutomobll Rebberi'e O..t .
.. ,
"' and for final dlaihan* so L.
if Polktunlv .
< Ink of the 1.1..ull( It'oii rI Mareh 2. ID H. ,018
:
AdmlnlNlntlor, I'. I A. iflheeaMl 92 Wonted Livestock Pets
(' Hindu will on th. Slid If >oti IR 110\ do ao. Deere* Pro 7 h"'. I ,
din
at Ir* riciuih fret d.r if theI'oIilt mnedihla' fnr lbs relief demanded In the \ lustila WORD TO approi. lit ooo iioooo dowarorerr WANTE1 A few dalrr cttut i$5v
Ilo .. of Plk County, ''n Ird dav of February 1984 .".. 'Pea. THE sills Hwy. IB : kind will par top rain Solos.P05515 .
lie c.lty nl Bo"ow.o'iorido.. nff.rfo Ill JAMrR: P IIAII"Ad"lnl..I..I' The "n.uir* of aald, atilt being for leeds WIVES 81ta I.a. Delrr MU l-Mtt
Mile and nell at pihlli. outcry I. T A.. orerlOFHir of itrInatureroedpd ::'
of I lb cr1101.0' I I. ROH8HL WT 10 .1..1
n..r
mid bed lldilir' fill er..r
''n the hlghi-Ht In OWr., Become Hook H*. pane *
....h. the following. die, rlh.d prop \ rillUcleaned. 17. lI.r.rd. of Polk Coun need money to buy .2.10. CN.II.T..I.r MERCHANDISE

eriy, .Hunted In Pi.Ik ('only HorId IT KS. _____ I)' Hurldn, rnvrilng: .' house furniture Park. appre 4 1 .
.. 111..11: IN TjjT:: i'ji"c" i'TCouiiTINTH Lot 24 Replnt of a portion of 1 ) 10. 94 (Coins Stamps
...l II In Hlo,'k "B". of FIVIF: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, KUNbHINF: H: 'rAIH4. Lak*. '/.n $2 to $5 per hour Convalee .nt Borne. 121 too.

WOOD PMII\ I'Nir 8. Huord.Ing OLK COUNTY. f"O"'OA.' land Horlda trcordltig lo l.ltIherlnf AVON. Call now,
I tn map .il,' ,plat thereof refolded IN CHANCERY r..orolod In I'lat Rnok ,'no nd e BTAM8.. UB pletee end elneli,
JOHN 1140 Went ..,
J. WclnStreet
BRENNAN
In Plat Hoe k 41: on Bmlh.
Cass No .2770 Dackat $2Pita 41. pna 49 Public Record ot '. ,
IS]-IM4
pose 47, of the> public record No 104 11,Ik nunty. rlorlda ,82.ew PO. Box 1395 .
rf 11.Ik Cemnt) Hcirlels: MARLINK: LLl'AH ) Wl'INrHH: my land and the HI-HI ItoaItor-LMLA.-4S5.4103
11'seller will: Heater em-face I'm.'1011ff, ) of thla rOlrl. at n..ln. Polk or 95 Bicycles e Motorcycles

unit' and oenrmreuanl ,'o.nly. Florida' thla 17th day of r
to tie final decree of WILTlAM H7\RT I.I'CAS. > .1 souSe 2. A n lien< C : : Call 682-4137 If rou',. ready bo four own, TRIUMPH AND Yamaha laleemd

first osuroen l..i'ed I macson 10,1. Def.lirt.nt. ) U I. HI/lAV JR. Tflli Lakeland} and stop t a rradr Polebualnoan ... Cllrtmt.tscIn.
lug In aald Court, the Styli of NOTICE OF SUIT Clerk eif (Ircult, Court 'lot .' ae en AMERICAN OIL! mo.l. sports model laree
'hl.h ,litt.Nt.I.r.tl THE RTA1K OF rlolllDA TOWII.LUM Bv PAUL H VAtflHN nown STATION OWNER.' Lakeland Crel Co., 11*
MORTdAOFF SPRV ,HI-NRY I.I'CASMm.e (Court 8.\ Lieputy CI.rk.U..U. BPRII en a wlnnlnt. team 1 W..t Memorial. 682-nm.
ll-INO: COUP, a corporallen, \ llenlilince. et Mailing ion AMOCO sal esIr. cllmblni rap-
1'lalntlff, Add... ere: I'nkno,,'n. Help Wanted, Male idle. 1oman I cuitomen 97 Articles For Sole-Mlsc.
_\'I Toil are her..h). nmlfled lhat l .nr ire dlecoverlni, mor"AMOCOeroducta "I
.IAI'lL IU\III.ET lied VIR.OISIA null for ttlorcho. bren filed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT can make their ten DBED ,.
TVS from 131 up aol
L. BEAIIIAW. bin it'll.. I R..ln.t you In 1keakotoenlltled THE TENTH JUOIC..L CIRCUIT OPPRTNT. ..rl. work bl.rto top perform teed. we finance Worklnttradelne
0 .bo.
I''onet.nl.. ) eshliteilit: .1 that 9)1510 hereby required OF OF Insurance uire. lAs "BCNM. ... Admiral Silos
and the ticket number of which\ (oaeroIs.oI'Infyitur FLORIDA IN AND' FOR POLK .n.o. proirem Atetf ., And you make the d..lo. A Service .0L.( Pvaoock

tn Nun,her 8:617f. ). ann...er I,rulheror lItre defennel COUNTY Marine' hleh areduato'or TV. 464 N. ..3.71
.ho' CAN YOU QUALIFY?
WIINrHH' : m\ land and Ih. offlclal upon WAMrR w. MASI'KY. Chancery No I2e<4 12.21RinOrWOon ,'F '. ..i.B B6. W.
ecal if coil t'iit Ibis 17th plaintiff* allurtiey. w I,no. ad"Iremin : HAMMIM' BANK ) ; : : aik rou a number 1
lb but theee
riaf rebiuary, 1981.IIiIAL' P 0 Hm t:.t. IkelHUd. 'Ior. a New York Hanking Coipora ) and commiiilon MEAT cutter he ::1'' : Do two coolaces are AUCION SAL
'mP.I.nl
Ida on or bpfora the dill duy of lon, ) tIc men. Prefer t Ib.r. .. tervice Uhe Every Satrday. 7:3: p.m.BAXLAS .
Ti H ").f\V. JR Plaintiff. ) Imon. .
Mann A. I).. 14 I (4. and Itcfoir nllunieillalily to work combination Bun- moil Important factor IIIrusnloolerofls
,, .
('Ic, k of Circuit t'nIIl'8y1 --v.IIrnM'S- ,
Ihetealler to file with' tn hIs etatlontto
pot-or
Phone MU
MMAN A. PURVMrienillv the ('1.' k of II'.ahwaali 'hell! C. "TnYF.k/.. ) Wrllo P O. Box rou bane ..n.,0 abllllvtIf I AUCTION GALLERIE
Clerk ,Court II.. nrlKhiHl. of ..''d .nnnr \IMAN ( t'I'ltJhT. et > .nlnl. reu can boll! formerly Auction Houie"
t niBRONR. GIBBONS: TLCKKRA ".. Held written def eonea. If any .SI. t IheM .I.n' talk\ I T.
rttV RAltorn. .r'o".I., and o: faTi' .' .. Wa Bur or Bell for Te*
APPLICANT three
rou
I If you '0110\ do no decree pro h.
.% for llalnllff NOTICE 0" SUIT poU. .1 SIll 1100. 4M Hwy. W
ionfe.no will h* entered .....In.1 a"I Iho' 00155515 now op.en I
T1III ; Ill' > .'. Aee 17.20. Apply ... Phone MU
I' n 110" UA' '5,, fir the relief demanded In the STAlK 'L'IT1Ar v olflce c.U and domt a lood 1. -13
'
'I'I ampa I, Etotids 'lielnl' TU: Any unknown h.lra..r.nt. CI. Hall HOW OOOFYDuPont V.11
Comi P0
I'-,oiNOTICt" WllNrMA my ban and offIcIal. ..... soolith.'ea,. 1.I.nr.. Lkel MAN ass 21-40 for CAL.M 1.4115.. '0 0511 ..P' tD 01 .I. 101
ire,liItw.. trumeea, or other food aloes work. auber lo .' ..
OF PUBLIC' SALt fO" neat of office at Burlow I oikounly l .II per .QU.
STORAGE (' Hnrlil. thla Slat day vt i iHlmante. hv Ihr..h.. under to Bo* 1-23. Lakeland 'yard Scatter ru. In ..nd.re
nr uiiKliiet lIla real leee and .
Puhlln Notice I. hereby slope .Io".rv.' A 1.1. 11'84. Merlgggei .
that buhinlng on lbs hot d.y of (Mh.AU) properly which' I is Ihs auhJect 6 dlmenelone Includlnt roundi and

1-ehruary. 11164\ at 10 oil A it. mid I'f: SI. ).\V. JRI mailer if Vie aultbo APPLY MOW 0... Rut edkint done In ..
.. are nut known to be .. BUY BUILD ecll refinance FA 0" place. patorte elnarsnoosslo.
rnntlnuhif from day to riny untilII leik <(<'I Ire tilt ( htrt er "n..ne"
dead nr alive sad V* mortexee. Pint Oullna et Die lard, black
per
.ld. we will .. at By: IXlROIHY BU.NN TRUCKMEN
all mod oSI511 .1 ;
You ate herehv notified that .55. Corp .1 Florida. po. 5. Flor- and while at ilOo. woven
Public Auction to lha hlRhent bid Deputy Clerk ida Ama.. NU prlt
tier I nrci.hP I our w..holl. otItus 11.527.< Slit line lieem 1'd HltHlu.l 0101ond ."D...,o.ouoe ..rnlnl 6un. .ods p''d.' II .u.I'. mill
curb or RII.aWDIA'IS'I"
YOll. I ussaoie.s pour
W..I M.mnrl.1 Hind. I.ak.- IN THE CIIIICUIT COURTOF B,2q'K. a New York r.ot. Trallere and 66 Money Te Lend bud.., .at .onl .1 f' out.
land. Florl4' ... tI's f.lIow'nor' .onls.wste. THE TENTH JUDICIAL Chit. ( In the abovmilled Mayflower G. C. Fabric New
'o"I.oralon.
.. and iner'handias fnr .Ior. CUlT 0. THE STATE OF ; that you ate 11 or over-Pa.PhpalrlI MONEY Dad. CI, Hlahwtr. 1 1/10 mUelwelded
ass and other eharie. nn hleh S FLORIDA IN AND' FOR POLK hereby required cll.' tn your An..n'.e ewn or be able to fin.nee. T LAN. NO. commit North SoOe.tst. 4
elan % not Incwted
I. -
'Iolm.d
lien on ks i aenie IiVeltna : Disa.l-lSlO 0 Istie te .. .
COON
TY 0.
with the Clerk trie Court
Lot N.. Ownsra177 U rou ...n.I..e to 1503 MODSI. lImp 000l.oe. flu.Ii .
1, Ch""c.ry No. .2811.12. sod to ene a copy thereof upon Imll Write P. P.225 tot pink 5o. It Nor.
yIllllun BOi
",oul.nburl' HAn luX'A' IIAISUIC HANK he Mulutlff' or I'laliulff'e Alterneywhons f : Dick pretell Lakeland Ledier. coil b3rin,. 11
21 a New Jersey tanking' Corpo. enclosedsddreaal.' : 0000hlao M0onr
11 lyile. N.nn' FUONITIIRE. Sue. .
r..llon. AlllFI1T C. Wt-8lY. Altoritefall.aw PO. 505 04Laksland. USU toad.
i q U W. Wlnon 2ao. a"H' sIt
Plolotlff' Floetds. HORTICULTURE CObr.n
n I'r.nlt 'lIhohn I (1141 .nl.al Avenue. "I. PaIerahirE N.rlh NU
-, ) .'I"'ld.. not ,.lor than "OR ACCOUNTANT W. ATn
20 II W. I'ioliob alto Top
1-2' 'Bu.
,
IVILI.IAMI1I.XIKI A\"I" and iATIIERINIi2 Mneih a. 1111.4.; ..
n William' M Fertlliier Feed
l.no'll uganH0 VA\'I" bIn wife. I if )ou t.1 to do ao. DeK-ree Pro citrus proreuor has open- 7 S.I .
Ito lIe. Ilefondunt. I Conf..HMO h. entered aaalnmvnu MonieS well aU.lle men In CLTILII POOlS. srratle
15 '''* }uiaItaletnn % NOTICI Of SUIT fir Ih wi demanded In the ( ...unUn. d..D GROUND PEAT muck Feat and a" co".I..I.
00) I'. Kr T1IK: KTA'II: dr' HjCiKIDAro I : C""I".lnl. l.f oIfi. varied I soil nliei Loceted to& Man 41" croeiar .
114 Wei, "hNeMIIUH : \vii.MAM r.vMn' DAMS :1'he nature of eald suIt being foru..iloeitr huh ..hol education Pit 0 N..I. MU 3- nooke. It 10 and ill 10 lAir.

1HAN8HSR A and KATHrRINK: 1)AMU, of nmrtKHK I refolded .>...eiperlence. Our dellwrr IIM. Phone 6Btt-
HIOHAljK: ). hla vlf,.. In nerotd Book pane .. kno.of Ibis ad Bend C iP a '. ".Io.e MaoUistturlosEXCHANOI
By VMii. J. :<;ol'rl.U..n.r Ofl'I.1 19. ttori' lalarr, "
TIll are heivby notified that a 117: I.bllo Keiordu of I' Coun .ne. PO son .ul..m.1, E 0.,.. MU SpoilTOP Ot nOmbila ..ourLUd'D.
Hint IIHIC liorn fII,'d iMHln.t )nn : covering: l ...mn.. ...
City. Florida will QUALITY Pentola and A.unln. .Iv
11.114IN< .nil r...h ..1 vni. by 1IAHMOIKAMMIS : '''\ lyl..I 1 24, HeplHt of a "nrlnn nf ore InS in confidence l.pll. Babta bay from clove' 100000. I.. .d U.do p.rlna.1.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HANK. New JerieellHiiklim .
ISINKIIINK :M'I'ATI
n > ,.n.', Will deliver. VU I.3414OOOD nOl la.a.
THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT rpoiHilon In the Innd Klorldn. accurdliig to pint' 1.ld.
OF FLORIDA. IN AND itit,00nhltIoI ,'shoe: and that )ou 1..1. recoiiled 'In lIst Boeik ADJUSTOR BAHIA her Flneit 10r.iir. RiITRI. CummUo

FOR POLK COUNTY IN Oh'S heibleiiulrrd' tu file y'Iirkicwr '. pea 4i! Pulillc Rniorda of I I C bedalne. 7So bale, Tin sail. Ihelreek .. 5lUlIllu uphol..e
CHANCERY .. lll' 'the rink of thinluill Folk i'..,lily, rliirlilaWIINIKH t I lervlce : 'P. to aee 49 top ealarf: Poll ClIp Hoed 112.llnl. MU t.0449 cbol. 1.> l.b'

Cat. No. 12274 Docket SI it. mid tn aena a coiiv thereofi my land and th. seal ervlce REPAIRS
Pege. No. 24SMl fl I lha iHlnllff or lalntlff. of thla ..url. at Bminw' Polk' BAT llbertlee tip n. 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants
.
rm\ll I tM \NK F.AVINrig ) Aitnin" v, it boo name aId HIheae |- l'O'oly. Hoi Ida. thll 7lh day cfJanuaiy : AUCTIONFriday

B\Nk a New Voik ) I.: AI..HIoII'I' I". Wl':HI.YUlomiy AD. 1 *4D I I colD, HARDY foot erowlniprivet
corpora Inn, ) al Ijew (lii ICeoll's I II. 8FX1AV. JR. .Iota .. MEflTAORANT hedie nl.o.. 30 hlehJ Nites Only

nalullff. 5 5JAMTrTVTlTlAM Avenu'. Ht 11 tembnif. hlondn Clerk nf the tirc.itilIIrt 11 ..INSTrrUTlONAL. 10 d..... .. MU 1.aa
) tot later than Manh 2. 11114 By PAUL H VAUOHN, .a food .o. 730: P.M
''ON. JR and ) If Mil full In do no. T1.. .Ira Pro fCothrf Deputy CletkU C ,. TWO YEAR 1.1105, plsolu. three We euy or
.. 1..1 TRAINEK TUCK lop 55. 1mm.. 10 for II Hedn oa
WALT :R MAE \MLL1AMMON, ) <(< onfe> awilltoenlere) ii talnetu -681. .11
his wife' ,'<> for ihe relief demunded I In tlieLou.i.lnlnl lecve WELL PRILLIR RUIT pIanOs. P500. II.a O'. JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION
riefeuilant.. RO"ER "HPI MI AI
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .
NOTICE OF SALE Ihe natule of caN cult bIllIE fir THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT A M PNANCI TAINKE. 7 Foods, Fruits, Vsg'fblei CENTER
Notice la hereby given that, Plir- fnrei'l loHtire. of inoitaaHa let 'rdodn OP FLORIDA' IN AND t ASOta'I'ANT. 51". ajet n. o. 12 Suit

auant, to M final dorennfiir.rlnurs Offl,'IH| Iternid Hoik 479. pareU2 FOR POLK COUNTY. IN = I STATION III 8UVICI fruit .I.nd. .
entered In the .b'... en IM.IIc,, Keinidie of Polk Coun CHANCERY AT&IDAN1. MANY .n dae..orolOalueda 81NOlI SEWING /.hln. _
tilled iau.. In Ihe Cliiult I'noel'f I ly l"Ioriilo.' coiet'ln'l.l'l Caee No I2T2I.12.SSr'Atr ,. 3601 SortS P'orle., '. pr.bl. or .n"., Za.las. .
J'olk teninty. rleirlda I will cell t S P1mb i: i:r>i}F\\'oon MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 18.ALL tl..IOI. daD, .b.OIQ... mSoo.itosm. .

the property altnate In Polk. County 1'nK. I nit So. 1. LxkrlaudMori HIV :It HAN'INCIH HA.NK, J *> JOBS ONLY UI1APEPRUIT. 51.00 hluliosbolo.. .bul.
ilete
)o'lo'd.' .. de crlhedt so ,IH. HII'orcl Inn tn pinttleienf a ,'orpora I ti on. ORNDE.. altip. .PI.ke. boo o.n .0. 6 monl,.
tent .
*,< 0. Bleu.k K'. I (U.T.F(1R: recunl In Tint HIM,k pantff4TKPlT'N | | | > /4 WEEK'S FEE d.I Rood.UoAlITY D.n. Cr" M.n. 11.4137.NEED
PARK i1l'A't'KM FIUHI Al>- 41 I. liana II. Pttlillr Iternrila of ( ..r
I>''I'ION. Hallow I"tritt. a..tinwfl lolktouniv, rlorlila l : toavtnerwith C. McARTHPR and ) THEE ripe eltrue fruIt
ly map or ,pint' thereof tlm fonoKlnit ne ,'rll.urlllenn life' KM.I.Y II, M.'AKTIII' 'It I CIT EMPLOYMEN P'kd dellr Bpeelal ord.... W.
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recorded. In the (Ifflie of th. of I".rt which sos, 011,1,: ItOHl-UT: A lIP ,IlItldill4and > eo Bldg. C.I B13-4.1M. Hlitln Pro-

t lerk, of th* (Irrull Court In located In and 'An'nlly In- wife, MAT r". IIAKKISON, > irora. dues... 4 nllee North ODHI.f. AREPAIRMAN
and for Polk' imntr Hurldu, liilleil an a niil' or tie tin- l femlanta. ) ,.''r. .
In Pint Book 4.. pa*. 17 iicneminta,: on mid' : NOTICE OF SUIT Salesmen
Including epeclflcallv, hut" nit \\oMlnxhoii.i. nulll, ,, .1.1IIIi"n..;* IN MORTGAGE

by way of limitation III. fol-' II".M I ) aid fnen (Of,K.17)U Tot: "T "ORC"OSU"I. BRUSH men avertee
eS ,
I.wing Item. of enuliHiieiitMltrfaie \\'ollll.r .rl"'II"n ClWM) .I'J I.AI\II'I 1100 a week In Ibis area ?

unit o> en. heater: !lolli''tC lnIahtil )'''n0": Oil) StAlTY'll' M.A = You can expert lo eirn SURE EASYway
1..rn..II.nlly In.t.II.I. ,Keatonmtle| Hit Wal.r, ulilence.: |' nTII'n to elert call t.e.4 4t ,
,
at public aale" lo lit. hlahem amibeet Heater YOU Nlephin, C. MrArlhur and M to eee If roa tea quell-
bidder for ta.h. at the bulk \\TI'SI'IIM m>' hand and Ihs e..alihl uhf.. Hall>' II. Mr\rihur and ;'omjiktinmn .r.blp. You will find a complete
>ront Door of the 1'oik Couim 01 ('"onrt at Kmtnw, I'i.lliinty epimeoa' and all unknown to push ahead Is to

I'ourthou.e In BHltuw. Hirlda, be ('''' rloil.ln ihl. rth day ofJauuury ,.nart lee claiming Iniereeta by Work Wasted of
listing
Iween 11.00 A M and 100 1 M. on A I' |i.4U thrnuuh or HiiHlmM' VaIl. and alllIku.wn turn to toay'. "Automo dependable
of rrbruar '. isttlISKAL II. JIIOAN JR.. eZ (
the :ntn day ) partlee having or claim bile" classification for
'. WORK wanted Mew- a service firms In Classified -
Clerk of ihe Ire-nit i virtHv : '
) l 10. lo have ..ny riant till or In. ".p.. dleelni New emilpmemt
D. 11. HI.o.\-I. Jfl.tierit PAUL II. \AtllllS terem In the property hereinafterdoer odd., ..nl... Cell for I. eHI- safe dependable auto
,, today under "Busi-
Clroull Court fr".t Deal liqputy Cleik I bid. are hereby notified thatnmnlulnt .. L Po. MU
".... I'. ,al. l C' 10 fIll e.10.I a certain 681 mobile.

NOTICE Of ASSESSMEN1SAGAINSTPROPERTY FOR STREET Ilurt soaaon lbs following d.. rib- .sap ZIPPERS nailbtnd.replaced N,.. ness Series "

IMPROVEMENTS .d llrlll cr10. 10..1t : =3 .nl.. Norfolk Circle: ,
Nntlro la hereby aKen that meeemnurnta have I,eenentere'I aaalimlWed 'he Houlh 17.HO feet of Lot Sianil tractor work dleclee

all lola' and 'Ia'da R"Jolnh'l slId ,llhIilItlON In nr ho"n"'". or ohllt. Ihe North :8I7 feet of D. lenderaplni. At>e buns CLASSIFIEDOIIPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -
tIns u"on lha foiinoIl IllilIlil', nay: ,'i' ...toed. IC..I. f...,,,, Now \'ol'kAvonu. Ixit !! of lle.ubdlvlr.lon' of Iota. O 1. .. Reuonenle tt .9047 or
In Ilokols A,en, In 1110 1110 nt Lak.land. l'l..rIIt' so p'n. II to 97 |h".III.I'.r| "kaenricI 1014. '.
by Reeoliillon at the lily lllltlI'15,11111' d"ly nlopted .>n ll-e lint I Hubilllalun' Winter I.. v. nMm UJ'
day of July I Ml, aalil a.....thcllt iItt l.aIabIe In Hue .",11I.': Ida. ae ehnwn Map nr > CARPINTIING Pork sod
I nelallmenta, IIh lutrrent. ,...)abl. .5niaIly al lIla rat of I pet. I'IMI thereof rmnideel In th* ....n.l.
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cent p.r .nn'"n sa he'eInu fheropoc ill uaIlV.o t ''''h. Iffjie nf Ih. tlrrk of th* Circuit 10 JB t ..1. -
Block Lot SubdIvisIon' Front ft A aasaa want., Court In and fur PollS
I I V.,."c'la llelithlae Ma n I 2' U (''''n')'. FlorIda. In Plat Book 111 eblldrea at mr borne
I I "la llelithtailH It" 00 h2a I" 4 1'..* 17 1.' do scass. til a week
I I' ", llelRhta8e ." 2.1.IU 1IllolIIt, epeolfie.ally hut not Fenced rard. ..1..
I S V.I.n"I" 1..h, ,. bIl lal :iiiS of limitation Ih. following '..

I .Ienri. 1..h., &'.' 28121 I Item* of .'I.II".nl KEEP obildeoa is b_. OLDS
I I Valeorla 1.I.h .' :HIII 4)' aal. H.tw..ler 1..r G Pasesd ,a pard. .I' pay
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I 5 'aletria. 1".0" 1114.211 Ill.iiy|| gaie Well Reference eat-3ea.J_.
I 10 llelahteVelenrla 812:' 1.14 11 iTialelili Oven Model '
I to llelahte 12.110 31 U *UHWiniTlHliliilr W [ WORK .aU. Bed- 4Door. Air

11-21.!S W I4i of Hr;'.. of Et4 Hurface Unit Model .oe "lotDa.5052554. "lw- Factor
lens W 21' thereofAlleya 613.HI 2.7135' jrKHWIiio I "o.ln. _

In(erase(Ion of BtrettNalemht.. and Olhe 2.2\11\ 15 he>en m..c avalnnt )'01 and you FINISHING wa hlna. $2195
am eallil to eorv* copy 01 ... In.lo. eiurlor work
Iota) 'I I77JJ1 )01' Anewer or Pleading to the .\ ". prtc.e
TO rnopFRTr OWM-KH: iVTmrsTro: : IN TUB PORMJOINCAHStSSMINTH I nmnlHlnl on 1'lnlnilffa attortiejlAMhrl /3. 053.3515. Mr. Turman

: Illtr:hTINtlH: P. IIAIIN, P O Hoa SH
You at* .0el ..t you hereby notified that th* Pquallaatlnn Boer I lakeland' Horlila and file the
will alt, at )' Comnilaalon Chulilluetin Ills t Ity of lakelandHen ,, original Ammer or Pleading the PENDARVIS
"Ida. at 111:00 oi-lock a..m. on II. 2nd day of Match ]'."((,.fur Ill. off lie of lbs I lerk of th* ('Irul <
purpose of healing lomplalnta with reference to ameeemvntic emeh I I
... of them and Bt am'h time. eald, ...." '. will h. ailjumec March I: A. n.. U81. If you fall te
and *uuall lied, approved and finally' : : by tli. City Commie. d.. 10. a lierreo Pro Confeni-o wIt: L CHEVROLET CO.
aloft nf Ills Cllv of l-akelanel. Hm onljrlo, h. token aaalnat you for thIs ro .' '
Thll ll-e 17lh day.of tebruary, 18. lief demanded In lbs Complainthla nu..
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R HAnoLn nni7/\ [ I. nulli trull b* liulillaree! 310 No. Florida Ave.
MuIe.Oiniiiila.' .,. "n,'. each week for Iouro'on.neu. not expensive,
,*/ R V. \ lila weeks In lbs Uakeland' LedgeiORHFRrn G b Lskeiad

UUKFYCity Olataisi' ,. flenliohier., the Casifie see

/./ U R HOIAVApnroveil I"JS : ASn al I.,-
for In used
food buys
City Clerk law. hlurlila, thIs ilk day of '

In 'rm anil '.nrreitneie, ruary, A. V IDilln. and Stereo sets.

/./.. HARD1N IE1'SO:AttorosyUlos. Jfl. Clerk. H. "f.o.\N.Clroult Court JK

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday Feb. 15. 1M4 M
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MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE -

I I U t riT AMAVETUXXATA REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

97 Articltt f.r Sele-Mlit. IM fw-rtilUra 1 ApplisitcetUSED | I

CLOCK TKMOW TM I IlATSFOR IS) Housoi for Sale 153 HMIM Far Sal
BKLt>THADB. Three steel twdbine I IBREAKFASTl
able brooder. feeders
Motoreooeur, Ilk. new, "'41.n APPLIANCE SALE J pourt BKDROOM frame he In
1.1... tu.... vhL ..... porttge 11".1.4.' 17900. .. BEDROOMS &
..phG....." ......,. .1., ClIjp."I.DOII. WHtintlwiue Drtera, aa low .m.n' Or will trade far du ,4
** .l le ... M 1-tSll

GOOD CfcEO 001....... oil s.t- WatUnahouM. L5iOdfls51S.5.iiaws .: '1 TltADS lions bedroom. Iwo 2 BATHSExtra
.. .. .. .40 .. fop
'r, bOO BTU U.. AIM llaestalousla WsiM59hoios .0" Nalius .. pO 60" .5001150. Phos.
window. CHI MO *V W..U..h.u" 'n.er.IO' Is o21. large Florida Room

4901KLOOB. door, fr.aUr.s .. .. $1 with fireplace Tile
AUTOMATIC prttitlnipress OB labwa.hn .: :. = i cozy
type and cwjaa MO Phllvo ..'.,......' I.Door Hot NO DOWN PAYMENT baths-Two -
Clrr L
b' Weaunaheuw ......... doss tiaWeetlnibouw .
30;> KLBCTKiO stove automatla Damaaed Port 10 feet .
even. Like stew. MO I..*" anle dtahwaebar Waaara .. tear let

DiNtNO surra-;--ttii bed. tiacheel g> . .. . u,; ;;
(.1. drasaor, Mil rarnt. WaetlitiboUM dane.e4 portable ALL BRICK HOMES M. MARLER
ibm tables lamp*. iisecllaRepossessed ....... dlahwaeber. Waa R
II.m*. 'oil ch.nd Milibli "" .. . 111
& SON
IB Reiriaeratore. __
81'.. See-751S. Clian reoondltlonid > $56.36
Mint Mil til -- ou KeeJUiri
"M

and Trade-Ins Brand new at Dual-hern H piles ipaoeheatera while AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS RENTALS 1* REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE .....Ut.m"U 1401. B. Lakeland Bt Since MU I4WS1ervini tIKM,

Uier lait.ENGLE.
) and 4 Whlteinu 1 d..n .. ,
Slngert ELECTRIC Hi Awtwma.llM Far SaleM 110 "rlllsh.d H.uI" H9 UftT.rBltntJHou.tiwo 145 Business ProperDEVELPERS 1S2 Real lusts WaMidB .., ..P"...: .ud.a .Il.

welkin ..... built-in Ilihtt >!. Weal Mala at, Pk MO t-tlM -- .111
.....* loot control monoirameete Ovaa I u I weekdara I la S OADILUkO SodaS auto sICILY PURNI.HSD, IWS Itelsroes. BEDROOM concrete block Of reeullal Need Ilitlbllid CLOSE IN AT
Fully *.*rntoe4 by dealer $40 laua, radio beater. eatra aleaninanclni $04 eI"I"". "U .. with Move and relrlieretor. tto 0., ..lal.. Idol -- ,. Real I 821 E. ORANGE
.t&Soi u. 011 .. Si 00 p.riSt arraaied Battala prleoU 0.,.. 955 .JI Suit Ol.sudor month tot North Yer..." Fbone e. un lasS MImePill. 1..1417.LST IMPERIALCONSTUCIN
.. MUtIl" I.itfl.wS1t '3 I sti'os4.SOODEIIN. 553APeS.TRUES Wo ", t Mobile
.1II..1e COMPLETE rooms good -wit aner I .jnMl 1 r H_..Io ell th* plantor "AL PIIICII tITOOM A par.

furniture Including stovi AUSTIN Bosh 3000 MK u. DUPL3Z. Tn bob.Po 8ltDROOM C.. alonotsow. ? ... Owner YOUR I blob from thehulflrboard
CO.
CRAFT itt HP ISiS radio. b.at.r. low imitate. A.1nonunion. .55 furnIshed Sr Sot ucaishod, 1411 000.... 010551, $". Call toroaa .IO..e.. d.a .. e.urt. An attraeUva -
mower Practically saw Call alter and refrigerator, J28J. Pay. Frloa MOCK emIl *Moooo .." 1l11ob.. AioO sntshh. .1.." .U 5.3053. C"I WITH US borne .. of llvlea

t. SSR4JSrii.i ment only $13 per month. sHot 8 ..m. he..I1.. .... W..lne poivlios. TWO BEDROOM nous.. su.. andrefrliarator TED TOWSON PROPERT til IC. AvaM41U1 room, kiuhen I _..... and
...
E.hsnCcss. 1113..0 or tl saul SELL It. .1_" In ire porch 5.or.e..d
POLK TRADING MART 11160 DODOS DaH 10.UI nlleaAulomatw .. ..13..01.C01'1'AO.. ... urnlabed. Laree lotChild. Meal tor 'hn.t.H. .tl IM.I43I In front p..b alM Lot
mro Ireumlailon Color welcome CoIl altar tweekdara M t-jiet .n.. Flat I L Uh.r,1 ,
is 100 deep terdonlnBor
New TWO ball.into. MU86JOSepftrat Realtor, Ten. .
ruIQirTUnIAPPLIANCES : Auburndale Highway ro. belao. Radio. beater am .oome L. .
bulldina rrnul unlU CoIl touipatl
.n... No t.ed.. P5etsis 1tO.341. : ,ud. ....... tr_. 5504.55. nee .A"DO. MO 1-1 n.
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JI'OR IcEs): TIres b... ..... h.II. OWNER SALEI 1501045.KEN .
MU 32044 Neit .. *. ParkingUt
ANTIQUEO GIFT 1 .. WO -11111 mOor 1.00, WO 11I"ln.. Mulle, N. Wupuat. .U liMo* room, built Inkluhrn .> T. A.

fWneee Carved Bar rtolurw. 7.143. .V'84.. lool West TUt street DON'T OVERLOOK Smal Down Payment)
Suit American Print I *.. Gas Oil FM! II NASH Blateunen. Now paint TWO 8WROON lurnlobed Loon.tue. .It.1094 anrtlme ...ke..d.. Ev*. On Road IB t HARRIS
,..... CMtki whin they laet 1104 end Soul ooveri Call MU 1-5)11. In. UOII Norlb A..d..D. nu'asafter t. Sale oils S .....ro... a bslli boil., .
Air Conditioner 110 volt 540 .nth. C"I MU .....0. Noll Lake Parks Avenue. The 153 Houses Far Lmb'l Ornnss sod .1.,10... Uallor. Eirhanior LuLl
Electric. Bt ves like MW Din- ROPANB OAS far roeklnt. heat 1.64 t erllnder Ford Bale orUade TUlIPS BEDROOM tv uu>side direct approach to our new food floore. ecreened. poroh e... Itot t Fiorina AvaN .
Ine Room suite' Bedroom I ra, bot warn, Irritation, Induerial -. for tlehlnt boat and Ualler > POUR 1t00MII. lu........... Sic.Purl. SI.10. Thru bedroom latsi root ahoppln oomplra *n Memorial UtAVINO Florid aeon slat. laraaa. soilto lot ehade 3111
Suites Button Desk Era-i lua. Call H-jeei. Iv ,a inporlel lit Crovaeeo ......,. N... Searsiowa sod Putus. '100 John annnan .....to,. 114 Blvd Check Uiee* HOT COR,OWNJ horn at a reduced. 17.800 MonUilr too
Oat ervkia.. 1311 fl. sm.a 'erkor. 0514330.pulol4iuhdPD Woo Main entt41031NFUBMIBHED B. .."". and p.m.nt
pin* Couch Frm Hid.-. Mae: NI "orl Pu. furnUhed o unfurnlabedIUO Call Bar T...... .""
..... Round oak Tablei Baby Auburndala Blabwar. 117 A.tomoblln Wanted XFPlCInNCY ..'" TWO bedroomhoueee L. Parker-B. ....noli. Woodbine. o MU t'ltiaTIED .
Bed Decks Bunk Beds toss buss ofl IsOiihnIio.. Duos. 140 and IU doss to Lake Fatkar. laotfapUi
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Dice a..... Early American De- los Jtwtlryw Dill .u 54476.CONVENIPIOT 110I>001.. MW S.*7>lMontleello .ltI 17' ..,dl PIanOs, Loin, enultr OUTH8IDB Tbraa, NEW_T.d. poor thatwm -I YOU MAKE TERMS!

KB _rl.aIo.. Mat WANTSD CLEAN em,. 45 OS 'U 100 nson ..I _.. Welkin d,.. Three multlbath
IIOR .upl. COO- B1X ROON8 Islet .It..,. moth.OPI FII..n- tk twin bedroom
....... MW Mid Used (lOOdtTypewrit 1501.1 CoIl MU .3.61..
fAT eaeh. diamonds, lou last Mn. aurn.. Il2a Wobor. .I"u" ...d.n. bus, 170. l6a ... and alementarreibool
** (ne.llt.nu TV .. old told piattnun allvarNKIMW PAY CASH for nlrkup trluck' .. MU ._a. from South.weet homes, east wet and south
Silver Beautiful Qlaee and 'a Jewalrr aOl Boulli PIerIs ,er inder 'IT Modal. .1.... call LAXU'RONT HOUII. P5151.254.15kM A. S. MORROW : Wail wuideorStreet DOWN can be bought like rentOwner .
China Hidden. Treasure U MO .I1M. I end Silo,. Obuldnss soocotod loll! SOUTH Lincoln, Adult ony ..: Uneol A,.-
Collator Item com IoBrowM Coil shin I p.... ...b I IM Clean. dulet Key with: REALTOR* nuo. Opr afternoon, 515. .
tat Bur 107 WI PAY tit up for..I"D ones d...,, MU1330.. I Joe T Mwaluso Realtor, ttl Ii. Branrb L br appointment' Phone tto-

Bur Now*-Budcet Mo Down Plan PaymentTh numbing SupplltsMontgomery Pr.Metal j ,plrk Ine up 502-PIt Tonka?,! and: :.:103 NORMANDY. altoot. T_ bob.O005 237. .0 E. Msmorlal Blvd MTJ S-'11 0141. Bla31.oNTLS TO THE HOUSE? REDUCED $1,000!
$73. Pear sound .nl,. EAR HOSPITAL. 31$ taut Lane Near 5011050. Two
Open "'n.h,* Bat Ward CAsH IN a (hash. ear or .I W. BUY BU: TRADI 19 or older CIIU8.e8.. Wild '76. Joe T
GET A GAS HOT WATEF: Macaluso, Real rear tn iei4 between 1-, p mTHRBB No problem! Lakeland double lot aouthiide near
Bill Howard .
TWO FURNIHHED .. ....... Vear lop 0032374.TRaIl 14* Pam, Crtvai, Bandies bath.
BEDROOM IV Now
THE SPINNING WHEEL HEATER FROM WARDS ANTID, OLD Aunt con or 1105.iorhS around Adults only 141 and IBOMawlueo BEDROOM traino. 1041 : Floridaroom. air supermarket of values la shopping only $12,9001

Have Hot Water When for ...b. P..mp' plotlIp. 300 T. Realtor, MI.NIRrTrin 1.0 Prwotian. II inhsn.stod. 40 ACRB ireve- t la V tears fenced yard Real ....dil. RO-1041
DIXIELAND Call .I..b. .3..1101. a3'.. rail MU I-tsliKREB old-ool ..1..1. Is30 pineapplereea. VWF deelrabla loeatio. CaU MD40BI at your fingertips the

You Need HIIt ani terms. after t ., tt34tMledroeme Classified section I
lOPS S. Florid MTJ B- tt3 BIDROOM BouUlslde. 1.0. p m Shop
..... Puklni Ia IUw of Store .Hr. IniteJleUow. 120 Farm ImpUmtnh14JO "", Owl BEDROOM ear post, sill. and Dixieland Sllkatt Near Srbrlnc Dich's. Realty"Branoh LeRor Of. LW'1>OWN pspm500, sow. CII. there nowl I MEL RUDY
117 N. o0 I001. less sooth Tsnsoo.ss
Kentucky SUNOALOW Haa mo frontporch .
Noososil. h. .
flee. phone .
BV S3I7,
.11I. I.
MU .7. stir 5. .b.l"
MU 2-5103 o PAIUMLL V..r mud now lane yard In convenientocation Rout t. Bo. 553-1765. MORTGAGE BROKER
31.
99 Butt, Mtton SupptleiFISHINO .GIar mESe. 1D0ul. Otis'sAmSriosS slider .1. till Week Set 01. BRORoow cn I lb bsibsbuiltin 00071 8ARAIN. 10 sons., PUS TO .,,1.1... ,Ill eel 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
Sanelo.. 3304 BoIIUt .. ., *. ....)-
and ,.... .m.
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108 Pianos & Muilcal Ins,. rani Very mo.t "" old .
BOAT 90055 u*. rl..ld" oleen. modern. 1100 month on icod bouse. snob locatio, I... condition CB homo In niih EASTSIDE dial 688-4107- any time
peddleboerds canoes. aellboelssaddleblkee CAn TltAC1'OR ._. C,11 NV McCollough-Frazer Inc. yearly. basis, North Lakeland. and HII .aaerlfle. Call "1
tradersCosUlloe ONB ANTIQUE uprleht ......ID B Ca"el. .
aulboards or MB "1001. 401 B. Memorial aSs-lISP ARUB FRAWB a bedroom, IHMttha IGm. ...In... NEAR LAKE
Winter Haven Lonnell Inc. 100 Bouth Florida BONN
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Havandale. AcrES.. MU 1.31t1. Boutb off Arlanna. (741mo.lb. .ere. Realtor. c8711 NO MONET doss. no cle.lnioo.te Very air furniture in
'-'011. .
121 Mtblle Homti I.\'. cleared and rldied Five room CB SlObs OB room CB bouse with paneled. Florda .
ACRE.
II FOOT (). craft, twin I.. .. HEAR HOWARD GILLETTE for .,. aood Bouse places l bl\b.D. Hear cllr beaoh-Auburn- room rear arreened NEA HOSPITAL
all depth ....reI... trade Slip 131 Far Rant, Mhcillanae.1 on hard top Two .. Ilardos pos can par tU inoaU. .larport and utility SIrs_3 Diet rleaa.
III Mallm*. P O. BoO 4, Aub.,..- THE NEW LOWREY lUallcr LMLAFbons County MU a.I.a7. 'I. eell WO 75735.PORIVLOO&D end shrubbery. A lot of ntraa .I. thl wIll SIPS 5

dale wo 11001.iiT'iIrdr.pi.oo WITH AUTOMATIC MONTEREY DELMAR co.. M B RCIAL RKBITIBNTIAlfurnUhed MO 1-4,17 ftlCPOMi I S B I 1 All ro 10.0. Call SarI '... world .r o. le'. ba a
boat No BIO lor. ORCHESTRA CONTROL or mrs] rentals bsrsaio U manr Ukelaad .. sue MTJ with T. R Tucker 1'10. lloinn, room DlekIO.
Mil or trade MU t-47tt r MU YOU PLAY a one-nete oulodr MIRAMAR MARK Mel Rudy Realtor. Memorial 10 A Lakefront home av ''' Mel rlurtr Realtor. I.Me- J,., -tor. Ma t 7171 ..Patio In back ofkitchen
..1210 ellis your rlaht hand and autolatlrallf VAGABOND Blvd. tse-4107 *nytlm.. REAL ESTATE epUonally nice) home, private Serial Blvd. 119. This home aloe baa a
your ....-...,. mOod boat dock Trees mostly Valencia. '' SUBURBAN LIVINUat ill'usa,.... with H bath. plus
beramei a full ehord-have more MOBU.B HOMB X00VRANC* 133 Mobil. Homii Price no.too. 2B% dosS. CHO1CB RrnREMCNT h.m. lit .o. PIes lorm. three the carport .> ulllltr room IP
103 Furnttvri fc Applloncti iua from the very tint note! 143 Mobile Home let 21 A Froduclni ircve. S BR bouss, one furnUhed. .. both under t a.o.i ath. too numol UinenUon PUEA8B Make an
B"IIHItAR PLAY DEE'SMOBILE for Retirement or Hideaway. axmt rellent .r..... Cub talka, Under. De.iid INTRITIID.to It KO-lott.
TV BARGAINS. Completely rebuilt TKS MANY homutOul .01.. now CLEAN MODERN furnished bouse. rll. value for Ut.000. loodterms Heellr. tm4031THKEB sow and chooec your colrs. PRICED AT ONLY.
and luarantMd tat IS and .n duuptsrtCANNON I trailers. 00....... Quod llvlni Free Rent BKDROOM two battll. 'U.I.
Free installation AI.... HOMES roldittn,5. Utilities furnlshMI .....
'p CB nitructlon UserS 1' IAIAIN"
MUSIC CO. 40 A Producing Orania DroveIMOOO .
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Lakeland best bur In n.w oi til It-lit IO weekly til- .. One acuUif HOWARD GILLETTE
Ml ... W.b..... MXJ .-.." an1 down teal and e..dIUoln.
used TV at Nit Dan TV. 1310Auburndal 3413 5. Plerld" A" ..82.11"O..P'rlde' 3V". Free ,.. .I Mtar Scott L.. nice .he. IreeeFbeno
Road Open till SeC Ser000osOEAUTIFVLSPINT 30' MODERN covered bouna trell Towing. 80 A 31000 boo praducay before' tons. eburehei and achoou Cllr .! or B8ft-J! REALTOR LMLA

.m. MO SI17BADCOCK'S pi....... TRAILER BALKS rentcle Is.,.-.. on Lake A..... In Foil, City tIll April I Ireeaa should have *ood erop, uUUI.and flra protection. Just MORRIS RISTER PHONE MU 2-4179
..... Call WO Lewi mil year. real buy at '',000it .. By appointment on -
13711 Consuls, 0.1511' .IUdl.. Horace parta euppllee In 7.3411 IMnett.Bua ... central Fnrlda most ultramodern 411' Realtor
:13311, IIPrtoob'. .1111 I I e D. scrod. bonded local and nationaltraneportere ttl, Folk City nabllnoma down. .. NO 5-1220 ThIs bomS was II tin w. Walnut at .. Florida
010555. 10. IIolllb P25.14. *541's, 4710 New vliltcircle park 120 A Froduclnt Coma.. Orov,., ,&Parsds of H.m. Lar. 11.BY S31_South_Florida_"_''

Art Bavlvi Thalr Tospi Hushwsp. .0 5.5034.LITTLO 134 Mobile Home Lets M moblhomo ranch today 1300000 Sl* dawn OWNItR, 5s sops, Ibr.. ...... -

SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN 109 Radio. Tilfvitlonrv BItAyltR Inirol ...11.... all city faclltlea on solo. raleslus 230 A Produclnt Otania Drove,., room CB lul tile bath earport HOMES BY
13' 5. 17'. 0055015 $ 1.0,01 Trsiior. LAKB BONNY Four Stay Moblli' an all see recreation bulldtni .. dews utility .000. *3>0 daw*. Benford Ave.
CLEARANCE : .. )fsredsi Sued., WtOtsr Ilse55. : ..... Ma-ton alter t pmCB .
_IT -II-1. From HO to '3> I Homo Park New I. lola In IT'S ALL NEW VA MANAGER
SALE One eomblneUon Trade for tuna. 553-5001. Lakeland POsh and dry Munlei JOHN J. BRENNAN HOMB weitelde beauutu
:Pr..... owner. M-J4ol. OWNItH TRANRPIRRBO. must pal cleotrla. wator and ....., Drive Out Today To Like Mariana Paved road 13bibs MG.t 5105.1 In seeluol5.
UPTOSnO MU tl I 10 PrOS. located lot meter ._ bus Unas. Block to: ...., Lakeland AuburadalaBY 1 DOWN rmlrbotod d.I"le 11.1.115 slorSro.r
TRADIt.IN AlLOWANCE 112 WantaJ Ml.ullonitu. 51 Poe Street Gordon a ........ nsw Scud* Park Shopnlnt Center CIRCLE M REALTORCALL 9-2014. $10 .d..111." Os ..oeiodrdCollios

FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM Park ...UOt Oood lake Ishlni and boat.IM .. 688.43 .Y OWNER: CB h.u. with L..... .Thl. hoe "fG.d.
M.., In ill loci
BmaU IMO North Crystal .m.*
pcta. Sloshrooms
UPTOIPO 'CASH FOR ,our unuiod Item Lake Drive. MU 1,7473DIX1B MOBILE I HOME ..on.d patla, swionmIos _I. Hone. Completely .....Gr".ed. 4 hIdrooms hso and 5555.0 3 full b. boos
TRADE-IN AlLOWANCE MU t-4194
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"V 3-3377. ,..
Monthly III
paymente as
FOR YOUR OL: UV1NU ItOOYTRADSUf ONCE AGAIN MOB1LB ii'iili: Neapa 1501 Welt Arlana St. 147 income H Slop by cur cilice or ,"e. ...on ...ol..d.. putto. Cirprlod
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UP (60 Hlihway. Lari dry lets Prap.r CUNTY... 1"n rom t.ellon.1 I.a-
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ALLOWANCE "un..lpel m."' ... sewers tel* Open 7 Dayt 9. 6 P.M. I m..Io rm .ul. I
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FOR YOUR OLD APPUANCBCP wi sffw Lakeland finest tele. ObnaL 1J-l1I7a.. BEAUTIFUL LAROB shady THREE BIDROOM hone three 'om., cltrua trees rm.. O. LunpRoad T. R. TUCKER Jr. plu'hl and kitchen eapertlT ple.rounds
LOOK UPtoday' --- : car lareaa. larie iwlmmlnl Pool.plus Owner. IB!:I4IMIJ6o .qUlpp. 1.1'.10
TO SIOTRADK tlon of m4 mobile homes. Imperlal I.r trailer on Lake Parker.
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ALLOWANCE ; 135 Raomi For t700 menu 'nt. sea REALTOR InO"
IN -I U. Tank water and electrla. 101:1
Mobile Horn Bale 130NG'I1o property and owner at taoi Tanilewood NEW THR.a brm Cpu 511.11
FOR YOUR OLD D1NBTIBBe Wabasb AvenueMONTERAV ft.t-4V37.: MU t. aioDBLDXB tr.os. sit? t. 311 If. 55... At'.. Lakeland
MORROW
CORNER BItDROO" 555 .ue Sod A. S
10.710. osiosit050s I. MU I 7173PhTA

alaI ValutaW.S.BADCOCKCORP. TRAILKR OWNERS, Y.u'U 5 .
Than Car For Sale ad stop... OrlUrmall p..rr. 511 .I SOUTHS1DB duplei. Drivo. Owner. .... lUl. Ares Properly ManaierVA
., lot Lake.wood Wodlnd
llvlni en P 051555 In R..lto LMI.A
W. Mainclla MU I 4 ltaonabla I bedroeme oak Moon Lane -
In this section and be U' HoOY A" h.u" ......... 00501 Trailer POISOnS, Tw I T. .. nosdiUoo.4. Priced far $ FOR my aaulty. aeiumemonthly Ares Properly Manaier O 5. 3.0, P MU 1.1"
amazed by the excellent injured.. 0,50 .11.. n04 Msnosstropt ; LARoaWOM.. .1...., viii bus blocks Ea.t cf Lake Parker onJune hells a ioe.tmoul. terms. 355nli,0 of 515. Three
III. or I m. OnU.men prol..d.. Pole. ...- sirert, lens lots. paved 0' .. 110 1"3J. bedrooms Tradewlnds 14JJ creait ----
values Don't delay MU I 1344. street reetrleted undereroundutilities. 0' Place, .
Main store and WarabauaatMulburrr 10'.oO' with 10 .J1nabana Folio. alms. E. VdwardHolloway TWO ul apart
Florida Screened porch. cornet 131 Unfurnt.htd ApartLINCOLN Jr. Realtor, til.13J4r menu) kllh.n. Air CNDER CONSTRUCTION Tradltlonal -. FRWARD RETIREMENTSPECIAL
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Mulwrrr Bian HourtiI lot No ). oordoni Park KMLonifellcw : as6.1971. .. 1..11..., relur* ... In deelan S.ltiinin.0oallis
m. .. B 9 m. dallrt FrU Bllaa. Blvd Investment esi-ooJI. dlnlni room paneled fam thlsblan C8.
until IOp coo or Aeonrtms-ot. 1 U, room wills d."bl. \I Do" 1'n. Laria trailer. CB cabana. carport
wood
..o AH flop Wtdnaadar AUTOMOTIVE Lab.land' II....' fur ealo..d p_ 144 Acr.a", Lots for Sail 1101 BANKS Plate Income property door enlr I. .,1.1". ..e. 3 .borom.. '" Mo005anpp10.1100 md utility room Nice tot. 7 fruitreea ,
0... ao _'.141 stones ..svhOtPhenida 122 Mobile Homes Wanted I 005. .rtb UncoIl sod Woo 119MU furnished. 11.0. Good, Brier Brae. Lakeland ..... 4s eablnsla h. In HU-hen, very tood condition. II.too.

116 Automobile fir Salt 1"3" LAIH'LAND HIOHLANDS Tti.htp all terms day By Saturday owner Sod Sunday. seen.i ilrabla ad.Ben Oben build Miami' awnlni windows. tnarbliillls RO-1100,

lakalan AuaclaU Stops WANTED TRAILER under II 000. FIVE ROOMS eI.... Convenientocallon .ld."II" ho".."" so pivnt.uses. February II and or soIl Cr. .. Florid room ..,... 539 NORFOLK CIRCLE
.II Mo Florloa AaBadeock IM3 CHEVY II air OOsdiIi000d.I phone Tamp tltl2 WrIts Ideal for retired person CI" ...., Cit Res.nbhuo Jacksonville RA 4tlTRAILER >8.. TWO BEDROOM .. WIU Tnat YES P.hobe"ISO3WASHIIR sutoanatla transmission. r d I., Jim dans tseO Bast Broadway. or .couple Very reasonable Phone "" .11.', .ea.e03. new root. aarasa. Corner lot JOHN J. BRENNAN 0' auras. Florid room. carpel
neater tin... lieu. 11440. Call Tampa. ft.-IVII. PiViA 001 Ipa.'is;'mm.nUl. dosS, 520 Quiet n."bo.h. Very rcaiunble d.SPSS. OB stove Eioellent non.ditiuo .

end dryer dem- S..71.3. BRAND NEW near ..II.... M.I Podp 00111cr. Ill > UJ Realtor ...B..ID3A Inside and out only 111ooo .
.n.lnton. Llbe ..cw. Teiiart .APetersen. 111.1 NItRCURY Montlir?. All 124 Trwtkt. Trailers schools This Is the nlrMt Ito a .m.rlOl BI.d. .U ....1417.0I880N PARK fWO i RON CB bume. Wool. .Man'. LNA. HI. CssUoDon't HO-1078.
.p_". SeUtilSSiO.PFRI000ATORL bedroom apartment In LakelandOak ,. furnUhed tl.
0000,. Loed' with .11t. Sills PAil It. Attcartien lek. ONLY $700 DOWN
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I' laundrpln.ihiti.o.
WASH : floors, air conditioned built .P. empl.td. 4(10 Terms JH1 Ooohran Street
H E R BAll .1
MU 8..n. ".. I. .. LsesS Wooded silos .16kssr
11 CHEVROLET plrku. seed' .. I... Newly redecorated CB douse. I
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'In end ilectrlein lrll.
remdiiiussirS. .10. iron .. ... ,. 3
sod waS I. Onod lor. Irs. houea
b.at.rssir flN$ LAIIUS One
wa FINANCE Y.u, credit I.soed. condition. new point ar trcds'bitobon... You U find Ions s.ntu. rlud.d. Prios .nl, .a..o. 20. Mis This bedrooms built-in stove. lara
.. rrpalrad Prompt aiprrtarrloa Lisa ,tSJ'OObN.CI001CO trees, Bua
akM Not Comp.n lota i Fruit
.... Low Sm eso dosS. BunsblneUsed ,.r aluminum runabout ttl 3oot Chanlos IID'der. pD.... MU down. terms on ". Jim b.U. Location llvmi room dinine area. carport*
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Baa ua Ssr.oedusedsp115.0.5 Low t e-U4t
X.I.lne' and Cars till.t.a*. 3-412.. BUILDING .11.. liD" ;P o.nrSw Ut T. R Tucker, itRealtor I. itllliy room. Kathleen .
rour 1411'. d.oll, boh"'d 38S0 Cissisod MU I717JFROSTPROOF. PARK Pitshod. Near schools and churches. Throbedrooms
014071
arsa.
A Day TV Appllanon M Cdlllc, allEondltloned 602 WEST HANCOCK
"0... drain Slits REAl. BAROAIN 125 BUMS TWO 005000CM bliPs Dial. 15.15115' ."Ii. Cell NU I't0420 00010 CB. sarp40iof. drsitnriOo.lii paneled Florida room.
IUO Auburadala RdMO .. pswOrsUonits. I..d. 00.40'. podooorut.d. I7t anonth MU 5.3070. conditioned acreened UilJullo. heat and air condition 3 Hadrooms. ",I of cleeeta. lepa
SIllS.OUTER Drake*. auumallc. yadlo. beater. Leahy, awuer, MU 3-4J41. ..lel .. enactDrape dlnlni Lu,.. corner
with rats
UBEO BUSm for sale Bchool 01 built In OB paIns and kllh. rOln.
rl..... I.ISO MU 1 1401. MTJ, LAND IIVY-IOIO tires ...mi.rlured ln. "
MU 5-1054. .
ID'. nice neishborhood Only 17WO
city typo. Ford. Chevrolet OMC ven. lane lot bar. Corn.lott
TRANSrERRKD tots o j.3074. Pin. "nd. $60 p.. 50P5I .1.0. P..D Ino..1 .
or p"..otsoSsbrSu d tI.. ,.. yes. International Frm toot: LAKE MOHTON area near KwlkChtk I II lisensos .....h. (.....d sod 20 Acres. ttl Duncan OF. maturedi morweic ." 'U"'t orania Ir.. 1..1. HO lot).
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WMtlnihouu rtnia. polniorStor FOR SALE tl Oalaale V-t up Coolant H. R Lewis 41J Klectrle ranie. rifrlieraDuotherm Is-tend. Co rrsiaO.d uo.dIus ai.uaitmentrXH. 606.7700
sndSac .'. Nemrdown brOS "..d. N. die healer. air power brake ScullS I............ A."u.. ..ea.aloa to,. heater" ........ ohu.rross... Sill tOt 5015. .0 lOre.onir 353 y"l. "el..dl 343 BALB by owner and build --- -- Lrn. Barli
p.rio.flt .......... All 3 for Hid aleerlng Miore .n-IIIIII. roo'to.Waob tubs ISO Phone 53005. 11000 d..... 300 s.r.s. Val. yount Price IJ7.too. 35 4 brand new near
ill o. pr .n'h. Cell MU 1.0101 iii1iTtJ iiA&IUT ft ....J II. .41 bud 01 nltl. noun .ftD.ooo Down. aiceiietit terms on balance In o. Cleveland Helahta ."I.e.. 2949 CAROLINAJust SETH McKEEL

U8KD OIB8ON ero.a-top Irrnnnlruiaraur over tow monthly pyment kl. RENTALS t oDUPI.EX. three rooms and i 3.000 s.rOs. leor mules 'root Ci.or. Call Jill Powers with T R. Tuck.er Ireee. Oak floors. air' aondllloncdwaled South Cleveland Court 1.I\r LMA
$05 Id Taaiart 4PtMrion down payment. Clean neat coon bath Modern, 140 month lot ... o..d. V.,. husbwa,1 beat Iwa srI. bedroomsPlorlda P11. MO Lomb
opDotlla IhiuUiiat em,. car tia.1T<'. ttt..I.a. a.., Lemon Street. Telephone 000,1555. .nl, 5700 pop ....... II.K. J'. Realtor, ..71. room. bath and Ve A school Four bedroom, two 'UJ &I
..::1-018.. O. Lois, op R. L. Otrdu.r. homo for someone who wanta the
128 Bvslnosf Plocti For lost double cornet
leD bath.
THB DOWN parmrat ..... b000mad MERCEDES BENZ IIM1. Dlell' Reell. IOU laoS Mais. beet and priced below value. carrt. O"&D DiSPLAY
Hot Pout 'root- Pour door Oolni oversew. WU DELUXE TWO bedroom with. pos- 55133.P171 of
5555555 P.1005 .U COLORED INCOMEI! Tops. with n. .. aistu. lot. lot .
I... Ooor ralrlorator. n...rdtimt loll under wboloashn. C6JI371S2 BUILDIMO. so'140for leas. Caa I toil heat and air condiuonina.' round as Posoopsoad..101. H.L.
.,,''n. 15*n.c.r par- allot ChesrslrS PleerSorUldsr be need as restaurant or whahavo 'I built in o.en and rente. rafrii Add bled, and dr, hard'.0 Wail Oulncy street Woodsod. 11"' 0 pIous MU June Will finance 6887943 i
menu of l. I l per .....Ib. Phone Suot eb1I' 03eiilSslooodli.iefl. yew Faeln crystal Lkbalhlni orator Wa kin. distance, to bedroom"pond m.dor" h.u".fenced aO'Y.1 housesona rented attl 2.0.105. owner.
MU 14101.VACUUM .S2.1(1118 after I pm beach Can a* f nlshadContact echoola and ahopplni Th finest road. IrrliaUon : "I week and th. other ...
SIM.1430 or .....100.. *..rtm..., In Lakeland 1100 per 'landscaped terms Plant Clt.na.'I. III week "Ijnlsa 5751)OWN. tTt monthly ,40 ----
CLIANXRS ....uOI. reeondltloned REAL NICE IBM Hudsoa Jet month. UI West Carole Street rented at per D. Chestnut Three bedroom
.1 this barialn. tl OOO I .
n w Rrpelri parlaOraudeld One owner Air conditioned Hy. Call a. S lIel ol. MU t-teol older possession HIGHLAND
> or LOTS 000130' sarI. Will a''lodle' CIT
"....,.. 3UI Cleveland 1371 MU tBBV4 TWO price Cal T.. at MU .
dramatic Asklns MU 5.3070DI''LUX. for Or 41"m... Joe T Realtor6IJ3314 ..... on hall
1-7130 I'. -
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HDlihta Bl,d. MU 5-0157. II' 5. FLORIDA AVII-Uld IIG.n. .II Tok. l" t
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POsdItlonSd i BOirrilDIUE apartment lo both. oat 801 tot ah .0 b.1 ". bm. .n
II' ,.'".ore'o,. .. 01 till eSo,51 .1 H.bBI..I.
116a ADMIRAL '03 ('ORV AIR for .. 11.100.auo OpsiS In Ideal loreUG" tOot 10 The nicest' one bedroom apartment CHOIca los In 1417 BV OWNER, nearly new three ed
like new 'u.. till Iii DriveMO Wool IDUt 1I""t. Pull Theater and across Iron AU rooms larie. Oak floors .. 10'.lt'. ell. .OOO. bedroom CB house. newly deeoreted ., bui is oven end plus,.
'_31Pturean 1118. NASH liudees H.rn. Good New Folk Federal bulldlnr' Per. tots ., 510001 .P..... CI..D. 1711 ,P. MU 5.3324 14S Waterfront Proptrty All elcotrio .Ilh.n. citrllshu 10... b.lenc monlhlp.
UHItD APARTMENT 5150 001100reOrlnorster. tosuspsntMioo. Oeut olfST. VIola feet for lawyers. etc. Owners wll..1:i Loll" bp 313 1.00,0 s.d eden.MU mud waur. Just .. ., AND
... .0. TSSSSZb .II K.......... BIT Suwanee N.rlb.iC'IiiV'ii partition Spars 10 Suit ,..ul,.. 3-5334 op MU .1 7'XIDI' PAOTOIDO.. ......1 C.m.OACRIFICU C. D A" our For eppoluunsnl. phone MU FUSSELLB & SONS. INC.
oppodl ..IILb..... mOoth H. W. Stostard. Fleet t THREE' ROOMS bath modern. Rind. M 5.1010. 3 bodroow ...01 .bl"1 2.1141.TOP Oil S. Fl*. N 1.111] .
"""; ffi hardtop, new 03133. limo .knd.. house. "41. Cash Sr 'IS I IMTinNATIONAU V
lioUslijioLD R'liil iNQ isProrra urea 189 5S Ford station we*. close to churches stores. schools THIRD SECTION -now I.. ...... loIs from IBM. I* elf ondeya BOUTHSIDB location near four cek er en tie lire,:
... Hollmisworln, new .
her fiiV months .Id. Spinotp1510 MU a-0070 Oak A>anue to appreciate" ail CastUNPURN1MMID CPO0w.Af70O'h55Rl.lnasSp. Lake 51. full' 055,5501
150 bib... color Oust.SOtOUirS on IBS ClarIs. sun Anree. Pick your .' now. sect h.nroom. 13bsUi.. air Indl. COLORED RESIDENCES II".
Kathleen while the select on U .00<1. Beautiful I muSs N.rn V .......mefully carpeted Lot
nio-s-brsl .at Boors 129 furnished ApartmentiFtrBNisHBD .., : W bave desirable home* tot .
sod
.. Juns oil Rou," 01. CHEVROLET aedan. alrallhsllrk MOUKHN ra huh lois wltn plenty .1 41" 301. Woods Its'. Ooellent flnanclm. Pbouc $5 5500150 P0 II a Ven.
Aoroe P.1' sale In both suburban and ur .
Four and bath .d.
d..I. rooms ,
Extra clean fuSs5lossr- hade treee Total price 1468IS BY OWNER: Two bedroom cotimpleiely or I.*Nw"
VOID LAIiUI rapaclo OKf ,.. raaaed, Barialn price, OR unfurnished pet.cut. nuts lot Call MU a-0733 down It month For morinformstlon furnished. 300'iou tl.l7 0.0.a31. hIOaPO 50 I or 3 bedroom CB door UuTlns' .. ..
rlirrator. *" to Tuaart ..IIpo..n. alter I pmTHERE'S -IOlIi. : ". batb ...Iro.... 117 OO 10 NEWLY DRCORATED five rooms. cell' Jerry MardlsCV taso Gn Lake Morton, only tl 500 .49 IX>WN. $65 m..Lb.. AroriarBmiui lionstorso or frame. .r..d Irom tows. only 7t

..ppOOl. .uUtn'. Its00 monthly. Nances Apart loIn screened porch Near eloreePart 4.1911 ar Dan Winters. C a bedroom 50111005 .. 11141' bedroom bo. TERMS ARRANGED! l000POo5
......1.. MO 14441OARAOB 7utib BUI. btoulr tat Pal. ].1411. Winter Haven T.IO lot e' Alps .. ,". Sal. 513,. reilsured broker. tut I INTIB.ATIO.AL. .... ..

APARTMENT: neat sadci00i. motto. ILAKaLND'1 ..I. Lot .ood ,..m.. One small trail OJ a. h.Frazer Inc 0505 0.1cr. .IPH
1 rr ..' on th* water atHudsoa
.Near C..I.n'Dlilelsnd, soulhslde. icod Bclibborhood Iocstlcn /- JUST apartment FINIIHKU for tour adult a. bedroom Centra I HouUiiala. ahor> distance and "01.to. Sprinis R 0. tJJSO, owner scudtsrms. $50 PER MONTH .41. Memorial tltvilM '1 :.B": tn ONe\ O undev u b

Call MU 33353.ujTr:0Tkiiii'Ts. Vi.
sa.iosCall "U 1.0021 0' t. llectr'
heat and air eondltlonlni Over :, .ounl
MU t
TO HIRE loll 1. Main Fbon
NOTHING : ono mad 1.000 sq. ft of 1t,1... area Bullututton .3070.. II1J31S1. 0,50 new Mil
Iwo room.. linens utllltlec fur I nnaleo. OD. blocS Item ...11... SEVEN ACRES aood Suns, land 1 nod I 504-oem trims "Gm.. GOODS :
ilihed Dlala Motel 4100 MaiRllhway At 735-744 PayS Hili. c.n lion on paved road.. Four miles out. Reel Estate thIs ...u., bo sold lmm.diSuolPNo500 HOUSEHOL Many mare
and productive : T.mpe awl.21>1 Or .a-e..a. bib acre. Terms. Archer SmIth.rrslstorn Exchange ?, i. n* dosin, cost. *o fa choose from
helpful
PERSONALS down payment
1ifltArrIVELYrUP1sItiHaD I 4 brDhr. Bo'a 50110. :
workers u. S Classified anil 1 bedroom apartment Iee 139 Unfurnlihed HowtiALBO WI TRADE hocus in Laksland. and yatl move 'For Inf',rotation!
dab for land or coun.try bhon Monday UireuiH FrldiyMU S.5K QUILLANINTRNATONAL
robed' tot South Florid. FhonMU
Ads. An ad-writer will property or buy your equity .
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Ledger's "Per 3.3007.DLOIRACLI PARTLY furnished a and
VACANT LOTS in land ar aauntry property Bee
SQU1I0010I"uParS- 3 bedroom Mat Rudy Realtor a. o lots R Gardner at 1 when advertise themIn
help you attract Just. tonal" Column Want to or L 2-2283 you
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menu for men soil'. ...1, dee.orated 1827 Sass MsmoMal Blvd Dick a Acts ..1.. Dolt's Realty :
right workers. Dial MU spread a "secret" all sice t* stores ...... Ml 4101touthaai. $695 EACH! lull East SOuls Street, phone Classified To get more TRACOR

over town? Dial MU 3-lass. UNPURNLIIHlD: DUPL.ItX I bob.P00.55 Ml) '-'13.INTKRUTIID. 1 business fat dial MU 2315 Doo. "w1.

6-1151 6-1151 for an ad-writer! UPPER TWO bedrooms. llvln SnrPet 1 hI's-ta .hool.. V* have 14 lot-left In Robinson II ...poln. home 6-1151 for an adwriter.ciAsst.iso Phcn* MU 2-4117
room bllo".... betn eeder closets. ". $00. Ills Carolin Pine. All ere tS .IO*' frontlni ,in Rldie oroso In Lake- ,
Hear storei. bus. Adult. Itlt747JV iwa-4071 ar l-tooO on Creieo llt.., City water and and or Orl..II,. J T Wentworth usa LEDGER : DISPLAY IPereMelv Pp.0.hiSS'OlIhOPOO

CLASIPSSD 0iPLY ,' BLOCKS from coll.a. livins TH/lltll BEDROOM with oarpsrl utllltleal down .1 handle lit Drive, Rldls _- -
ClAISthISO s-tSPi.AY room. bltchen. SIlk dlntn 807 50575" M..bu..U. $71mstli. Call T. R. Tco. J Realtor. Manor. Florida ADS I
area Bedroom ..bath call MV Coo Brows. NU "UU.nv MU t-7171 by JI5 NMassachusetts WILL TRADB three bedroom.' CUS"'ED

I-HU. or MU 533046PAMTMNTI' I ROOMS "I .1001111 l\an. A>* tor completedetails ... bath homPhone ,. sissilnr 1

doe In. In nod ,01'1..10' 'u..lob.d. OGod eM-Ofljl .
Water furnished 149-lot ...,,11._ OR Pops Rosd 003much. DISPLAY
rooms
LA.A'.D DI..LAV LA'I''D
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62 I do.st.w 010 EmS MaisslIsdross. 63 V4FALCON
oood location' Near com
"bGM NO I'.S U. TAMPA 110 0 .2".
bee School on Mineola Drive IIOHWAY
ONE 505)000k sin.s.mssrS-MU 3.3457.CUT 000.p Jobs Bros.
I 0.05. Child sosopossl. 01? 511501PUOE1O. ... R..l"'. 124 West 54110 .,.

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5 To Choose From 110 05t5. Must to ainormisU BI'd. 550.0101.10005TRIAIu LUXUIIOU. WAUUItDNT A V/8 Sprint

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: *5,054.., 5s40 Weose (5.004000w ApoOrnoso50eSioernnd15b1
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It LEDGER, Wednesday, Feb. 1/M
Citrus Commission Head Suggests Prizes

III Gabon Premier's Longtime Foe Takes Power I

I For Ideas On Products, Uses, MarketingLAKE

BRAZZAVILLE Congo Re, would exercise veto power over Gabon's member Parliamentand some 150 Americans living in
II public (AP) :Jean Hilalre Au the provisional government called new elections for Gabon were reported safe. They WALES Homer E.,can arouse on the subject of "Even after appropriating the firms asking that they submit
bame, chief political foe 01 f Mbene said Lt. :Jacques Monbo Sunday to choose 47-member Included 30 staff members of Hooks, general manager of the new product and market ideas 262,000 In additional research any Ideas or proposals they
I neighboring Gabon' Dueled officer and assembly. The president said the U. Florida Citrus Commission, an- for citrus" the Commission! -'might have to the Commission
M, President Leon M'ba. hat been a gendarme a member S. Embassy and their dependents. which approved
nounced here yesterday he He said "absolutely nobody"would
I, of the committee would su the 70 Peace still have a for consideration for develop
named provisional premier in membership was being reduced ; Corps volunteers would recommend that the Commission be excluded from the last week we
j the wake of Tuesday' bloodless pervlse the government. as an economy measure. 23 missionaries and de- award $1,000 cash prize cash prize except Commission substantial reserve which can ment
In the former French African Other members of the committee pendent! and 15 engineers. be used to explore any new The Commission last week
coup Opposition sources charged that to "any person or firm which members who would serve as
are Lt Jean Essone and I American officials said more than $250,000 In
there which to have good approved
colony. submit idea for ideas seem
an a new citrus judges on
Sub.-Lt. Daniel Nbo Edou the move was aimed agalnatAubame' project J and
was Indication of sal.em research
no a Commit Hook said new
chances at success
indus-
81, who heads a 10 product product improvement of the
Aubame .
man government said in a Coup Followed Long StruggleThe party, which put up nlst hand In the uprising. or marketing idea which resultsIn "This Is not a 'blank check'deal equipment, most of it In out.of.state
coup came after a long no candidate There was no Immediate try.Hooks the contract research for evil
Gabon word substantial additional sales said all Ideas submitted We want to screen
broadcast from the capital .
of Libreville that he would power struggle between M'ba, Gabon' -450-man army, which of Dr. Albert Schweitzer the of Florida citrus" would be subjected to a "syste ideas before we spend money uatlon of potential new products
International head of the Gabonese Demo had pledged loyalty to President Nobel Peace Prize winner who I Speaking at the local Rotary matic screening and evaluationby checking them out." I and markets. Hook said
the com .
\ respect of M'ba' cratic Bloc and Aubame, leader M'ba a month ago took over has operated a hospital for the Club luncheon Hook said he technical and marketing ex- Hooks also stated that be was detailed project statements are
mitmenU pro-French
of the Democratic and So- without firing a shot. past 50 years at Lambarene a hoped the Commission would perts" to choose those which getting letters out next week to now being drawn up and he
regime. I lalist Union. The US. State Department jungle community 100 miles approve the idea in order to might be developed further and a large number of professional hoped contracts could* be signed
II Calm Asked M'ba last month dissolved announced in Washington that southeast of Libreville. "stimulate all the _thinking we market tested. I technical and market research--"early------------1 in March.
He appealed for calm and
aid the Interests of foreigners p. -
In Gabon would be respected.
I He told Gabon's 420,000 Inhabitants' 'WN.r bap N FREE
I "It Is because of rlt..las with Mle vle ; / .1J1j
your anguished and repeated POR IanR NUTRI770N .. O 10 gs. Pllltlo. TUMBLER
] appeals and to spare our dear
I Gabon from a general revolt SUPER AYTINAL wk.syebry PINT
and its consequences that our

Just soldiers freed and the gendarmes country of a have regime -- ,, e ls.2r. .comers Is ciii /-. .... ( Orlis Alfl.tIe _
which was leading It fatal- .eke..f.mdri
ly to disorder" fle.rl lessees... Moutftwai.VGorflIeC; I KOLYNOS
The four-man revolutionary A.,. 5.9$

coup committee emergency proclaimed which and set directed a a state dusk the of- 1 _- 4 99 116 South OPEN SUNDAYS Wed. Thru m j; / Tooth.Paste

Irl
dawn curfew. Assembly of more ofd 8:30 A.M. l L 7 tOtH rtH",7t.69c
a P.M.
I 1 than den.A. five persons was forbid Kentucky Sun. Sale s ff,

member of the revolutionary -
committee, Sub-Lt. Daniel


Mbene Blast Indicated Rips the military 4. : CIGAR" Y.I![PricesSLMDatWlgres



PennsylvaniaNegro ; .::.. -: MM..end topt fredi hi
Church i. 9'1"4k, GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES.. 2 FOR 33


AMBLER Pa. (AP)-An ex- lAG 011 VICKS 44 COUGH SYRUP 73 Durable$ .98 P/ctrfc Seller I I98C Fucmtf

plosion ripped through the frontof 25 :a ..............................
the Negro Bethlehem Baptist tno TOILET SEAT
church In nearby Lower Gwyn. /
ned Township Tuesday night, L/ UNICAP VITAMINS 1.87 Won't (pDt or eft
causing an estimated $10,000 3.t1. 1B0'. ................................"......... erect or warp* I QQ
NOW .*... ,

damage.Sgt :John Smart of Lower I KING EDWARD IMPERIAL .2.29SA"

Gwynned police, said the explosion tf. .._.._....._._........ ____
probably was set off outside
the front of the building
Police said It apparently was Rig CHEER DETERGENT 2/50'' (URAO

caused by a bomb and they 335 ........................................ -A
ordered a tarpaulin placed over so ,okw
the blast area to preserve evi
dence. KLEENEX TISSUES 29

Choir Escapes Harm :435;: DO'S ........................................ .,
1 I I r / rlt..qPeg.
Members of the church choir
had left the church just 15 min JUSTRITEFOAMINGCLEANSER214Ralf.r.c '"
utes before the explosion.The ;;:
blast was felt In communities For I D'/o Safe SI..pl CURAD
as far as three miles from fan Tlreer t'rs F''rISODETTES
here in the Philadelphia sub SOMINEXTABLETS ..g. SIMILAC LIQUID 22' Flash ColorPLASTIC

urbs. Sic ............ ............................. ..................... BANDAGES
Heavy stone steps leading to Re*. 45.
the two-story stone building Antibiotic Throi/ lozwgii TeIIeeI.went
were reduced to rubble and 'N oneLrreHaaidto Reg. LISTERINE 69 p.ff h Itnfenning.lt'a.r 3 9cSQDJ

wooden window framing was R9. She, il* p. Never habit. c 9/e .................................................................................................. MdiumNn.
splintered, police reported. gg
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forward and Rt. 19e73c .
Pews were thrown
plaster was knocked from the -.Im I. MINERAL OIL 19

walls. II 69o Pint SheJERGEN'S ......... ...... .. .. ... ... ...
The Rev. Silas B Holmes estimated
the damage and said he Auto Dept.WalpreensANTIHISTAMiWIC .
believed the explosion was IVEETA LOTION 69 *
caused by dynamite. 1s ....................................................."....... Specials


Dozen Negro couGH 6.50 HANKSCRAFTRsg.. VAPORIZER & HUMIDIFIER 4.99 MOTOR OIL

-'' N.... Irene'

Ministers SYRUP EVEREADY BATTERIES AA, C 2/27 *
Seethes, t.t9 Noff-Caforio Swotfonor
re- Res.lievei zoo Qt. 29
longer D..............
Face Trial and loowniphlegm. ataail5. SQUIBB -Sin

*. T SWEETA MAALOX LIQUiD. 2 fOI 1.79 OUTBOARD

:JACKSONVILLE (AP) A 1.49; ........................ ................".
dozen Negro ministers now face 3.50 METAMUCIL 1lb. 2.88 Concentrated. 2 Rtg 69 OIL I

series trespassing of Negro charges demonstrations In the latest 1.50 CELUSIL Liquid 1.19 drops equal tugtr.' teaspoon 24c 54C LILLY INSULIN 99'USD 1 96 Nome I,....

to Integrate downtown hotels 1.19 into..................... ..................... .
and eating places 1.49 CONTAC Capsules *
Four were arrested Tuesday SQ. 39
on charges of trespassing at the 79c BAYER Aspirin 69c -

They downtown refused Robert to leave Meyer after Hotel.beIng 1.00 BAN Roll on deod. 79c re Grocery Dept. GARDEN &I LAWN SPECIALS K--

told they could not register 1.25 OLD SPICE aft. shave 88e SPECIALS TRANSMISSION
for rooms For Lawn, Patio!
Four others were arrested 2.98 GERITOL Liquid 2.79 FLUID I
Monday at the same hotel on APEX FOLDING69c
the same charge. CREST Tooth paste 59c t
TEA BAGS CANVAS COT
4 Arrested At Cafeteria 53c DENTU CREME 49c s=. 33
A weekend by four Box of 100 Rugged .
attempt canras -
Negro ministers to be served at 1.45 ABSORBINE JR. 1.29 New I. Pleat* c....,.., over sturdy metal 788

a downtown Morrison Cafeteria 98c PEPTO BISMOL 88c JOHNSON'SBaby Reg. 49* frame. 27x72" . 7.95 LIST
resulted In their arrest for trespassing '
They refused to leave 6.50 THERAGRAN.M 5.31 Powder 69e %5x7%" ALUMINUM SEAT BELTS
the cafeteria after the manage.
,ment told them they would not 25c Mildewclde Bags 2/26c R.,. I,. Country Tavern FOLDING COT Aserord S..t 5.00 by Cw..n Aer.

be served 15c Baby Pacifiers . 9cAYDS ,pnwalrhefngi GROUND
The ministers arrested Tues cli.pwr..h.I.|4 identified the Rev.J. .
day were as PEPPER 356
: B. F. Williams;district supervisor Feather-soft foam
of the Methodist Church; the Candy that Want tor/ mattress a day 999
Rev. E. L. Wilcox; Rev. B. M. Helps Make You Thin bed or qu.itt bedf .
Frazier; and Rev. W. C. Neal. Stop I I Smoking I ? Reg. 9 AUTO IITE
They were released on their 30.davIUPpl:' ISe_ UQumV.WNFOOD Chlordane
own recognizance and scheduled R... us The eanrplsprinkler ete nutritional Spark Plugs
In Municipal HERSHEY for 1.wn..deub. ,
Court to today.appear Trials for the 1 299 i' a tree spray, flowers. For use toboeo DUST Ce"',.... ...-... I
v Instant Cocoa sprayers and en./ ..-
other eight ministers were post I OGGC I srttmni. One Not Rec.,4itleot.
4 LB. BAG
poned Tuesday until March 3.
coren 8.000 square
( due* without ditllnj with This easy capon
plan. Choice of caramel er fudge type. A' 5%
I' 88'JIFFY 60% of the nitrogen 68
Rotarians Pick BANTRON is << ".

Morton School Will Help Yon Stop POP 1, $345 Our Yale Low 1'" 39c iii- _

Site For LibraryThe In Just Five Days Price .
POP CORN
Lake Morton school site It doet not affectRes. 1.2Staste. ?! M.tm M Tdhote UWM SUIIoM*tlod..M. r1: GOLF BALL
L; ;; .. .
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Is favored by a majority if the 8 ReeeV to a> o 4 "
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members of the Lakeland Rotary proven. 'clini..llJIJ IMr. Sfeet Modern
Club as the site for Lake- BARGAIN!
land's new library. Reg. 21 POLELAMP
In a straw vote taken at their
29e "
PLASTIC r COMPARE
luncheon meeting yesterday 57 ISe SELLlRS
per cent favored the school lite.Twenty..even OLD FASHIONED CLOTHES MAINE Durable PO-DO
per cent preferred
that the city auditoriumbe Honey & Horehound HANGERS SARDINES Wtth 3 tvtvoUetMHi pUitiefi '
remodeled and used as a w d... Enemel finnh, wem- v. 3
(Limit 12)) Long W.." Nee.Skfd 139
library. t. Oil I \\ hot dad tublna polo; .x. I 0 I o'
Sixteen per cent favored the DROPS C 4.... G. 19x24-lnch \ > temh to I ft, 41 Ha>. POI
site where the library now 23

Morton.stands on the north side of Lake ..With pur*Koneyl 6c 11 RUG MAT four out 99 DOL.

7-o. bag 'ON. s,*,", 100167 fl/Cf.. C f 531
Johannesburg is the largest .'lieefo rayon pile In I -
African city below the Sahara wood patten*.ffarJL
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