Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00078
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: January 1, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00078
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2733776
alephbibnum - 000398944

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Nikita AppealsFor Unheard Of Snow

Easing Of

Falls Over SouthOrleans

World TensionMOSCOW r

l- Soviet Premier Khrushchev toasted .
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In the new year today with an appeal for further I

lessening of cold war ttn.1onI1n 1964. But at a con .

VIdal Kremlin reception, Khrushchev: said his only .

difference with Communist China It on "how to bury Has Almost

riiomi; ; capitalism.Sitting next"to a surprise guest. 5.. 1a

ex-Premier Nikolai Bulganm. Four Inches

who fell Into disgrace after a

I De Gaulle's CommnnM party power 1tI'u1'.Ie
ta WS7 Khrushchev was tasa By THE AJSOOATtO PHESJ '

expansive mood as Ke proposed Snow such as many Southerners .
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U Ioaltl.I i had never seen blanketedthe 11#

His face Boded however, South Wedne. sy from the ,
(AP) President:I whea Ke recalled the demonstration Cult of Mexico Virginia, pan
Charles de Gsutl has urged ta Red Sowar two weeks alytiflg traffic and communications

Anna to make development of aitadent.several hundred African at many pleas and cans-
a hydrogen bomb a prtme goaltalK4. protesting the alleged leg.. at least seven death,
mvrder of a medical student
The anow and sleet storm st.-t
In a stem Year i Eve radio, from Ghana turned to raM. ta some sertkms
and television broadcast to the Warning the Africa tfu coftt'f F overnight adding glared hla' r
halos De Gaulle Mid France Khrushchev Mid: "At borne If { way n tHe already dangerous
caa meet the threat of agates they want to stand on their driving omdntons Numerous
skM and achieve DM Independence beads and shake their legs ta s highways were dosed to trafficI
worthy of a great nation the air. thru they can do so V
the government permits K. But Inrbes la New OrVans
only with the might of the H.110mb. -
w* wM MI allow. It Almost four tache of snow,

Ma Mid France's other goals Can Go hems the most this (eatery, fed on

In UM new year art Lump*** "Uhey AM* hke _v0 New Means, leading M anowmen .
k tP ta the torrid
unity helping onderdeveiopedMinns
they ell have their
and cnMrftwUng to the french Quarter and aa occasional
and we ran give them I pad
flying smowbaQ on Canal
taunt of world peace send off4
I. Uts way. De Gaulle Mid.Franc . the themf Soviet leader led Sirtet! I
The Weather B.rea. said the
is taking bock taw Hi the Kremlin of
gathering JjDM
bands the destiny H lost when person, tactutfwg foreign 4 1 nnw cogged btghwayl W II i.
K capitulated lo Nad Germanyta SoVher aialM THa anew arJ a ,
and .*..*m... after releasing rea\Hd .
of M tattw
IM9. H. Mid franc bad a depth atJturrfvvttle y M r.y
taats of messages taPrwidrnl A< and It Inches
gained. and political waMMiy a.
II. pc ...... and Cubi'st
Nbe. pa.-. . .tin MwidiatC-Mtt.s.iM C'I winds
r MM r rtdrl Castro.AmencM : of the hl. Oeled the
M anowta
Delar' Dnnim' rIle '- ... '''''''' herpd ..... pOe epIsdrdtaofIwl c h

describe Earopnasj unity 'lmpnw..wrat II Sawn feet r x

aa a eeodtttoa for "a truly concentrated retaiwns and a leaenutg -- Manir.... ta southeast Mia.alMUppi. Ilir '
of world tension. 'rd
p lii"aI. economic bad II inches of anow
and strategy understanding Barks fatten Happy New Year and Chatom, M ooMthwetf Ala

wtr" America" To Castro: he pledged> ta support bam a.. reported M inr*>*... Both

Ha Mao defended but decision Cuba ta the event of aa attack De.e Wr.e ..... ba etw ..., eat rut., and saw M's towns are near the Mf ta a* 'Here I Am -And Just In Time'The

to keep Britain out of 1M Com- by halted State aggreawe made fw ........ M*. TM btf, w .! M*. .M ...... ,_ C area where, even a stow flurry

moa Market admission, Mywg of be new opposed ewrte," ..KM, 1101 W. ........l tM? was MH M ...t ta asks IH4TrainCar la I tartly.Jame lass leb base as Ldds.d o.-.e Nu.nl ....... eke a. peat oat Skis '.t pomd I

"the I Khrushchev also took note eel "" 1L..4,.. Plies be Naswt Mon mnmal aka lass at Jill sank Ski. .mews, Nw ....... Mr' *, 0..,.. K..t.., .. IUf.4.... lewd.

CTurai lo Paso 10. Column. I) that this ts the fh anmvenaryof ., U........ ta deal with ac- /was ....., he's at but aw ......... Maki., a Nee lwi ......., was Or.Johnson ",-,1M L a..4. tied.e .
the Cuban ......tIIII. The (vm..alwra crt.snow and Urkatreeta. Phase /r Nak.st
Soviet p..a.l Mfdlwg their taauwnatm -
Crash mast larger kouthvra
Wales ManSe ler. duty wnl toM> .. nut Buffered monumental cad
u* ta render aU-round asianco ..a.
tic Jan u, Temporary ass of: Goldwafer
ks Seat In ''w. to lh*.r Ckhaa brothers ta Of power and teliyhana.. Ruse WM Lauds
struggle for a new bfe. reported throughout the Snuck

h* added Kills I 2 Youths ractorica and stares closed I

Legislature I Khrushchev" sneMsg w. ; early ta most cities Tuesday soemplayea Decision
.Johnson cued th* baa on nuclear could get home before Plans To CutDropOut
Ktacswond Sprott Jr.. of Lake testing ta. the atmosphere streets became Impassable
Wales announced today as a and added: Two persons died ta Alabama

Group I candidate for toe Florida Third Injured traffic accidents attributed to Due Friday

House of Representative in Cosa Nostra the know. I
the Democratic primary [ Fresh northeasterly winds Rate
Van ta May 'Man' tan a small boat from MS moorings PHOENIX Aria. (AP) Sea.
The 3year old Is'Dead By TOM HUGHES Martin, win of Mr. and Mr* oa a marsh island off theaoutbeatt Barry CoUwater baa his amity
Ledger Staff writer Levi Walker of lit Third St. ....
native of Polk County will seek Georgia coast JOHNSON CITY. Tea (APPreMdent )- do so if real at home, his
NEW a effort ta made right leg ta a cast
the presently held by Ben, CAP) Joseph BARrow A IfryearoldFJune FJoue, and Mary Santo d. roused IWO men and their threw Of
Hub pott Gnffia Jr., of Frostproof. .1 The Fat Man) Mactwcco, fS. atop boy and a MaroU what parents had not been sons oa the Wand and then aa Johnson applauded today k>ca.,. Johnson Mid he hope and the nation on edge for this,
experimental campaign IM4
Griffin is expected to run for leader of COM Nostra, was Eagle Lake girt were killed identified this morning of pushed high tides over the island. ta discourage people from WH ta| see programs I inaugurated hit Stan birthday
buried Tuesday after a Requiem late last night when the car Spruce Lake Road Eagle died fromexposure. young at least half of aH
toe Senate seat which will be vacated Two of the boys dropping out of high school school districts. The two-term Arimna senator
by Sen. Scott Kelly of Mass attended by about $0 per ta which they were riding Lake. The others were rescued 'The recuha are far better than M surrounded by all his imma-
Lakeland. Kelly will announceas crashed into the side of an Injured ta the crash was after snort than M hour expected" be The late President John F. ate family M this dual { .-Id-
Mid they did not learn Atlantic Coast Line railr&d "I reportedThe Kennedy initiated the
Johnnie pilot pro-
a candidate for governor on Wmturd Hopper Jr Children Die water-New Year's Day celc'ra-
Jan. II. underworld figures death locomotive 4\1 miles north of IM Third St., [leas. Ha I President urged that the wing OM.MM of federal9lunda 'turn
Monday. He died at a hos of hen on the Spirit Lake suffered multiple laceration I. "Mobile \Ia,. two chttdren pilot program conducted ta Mcommunities I
H* is spending the day w tin
Italian AtMcIal Saturday of a bean attack Road. and bruisea when be was died from gas fumes from an be expanded. Johnson Mid the money "willbe hitttop Phoenix home with one
Sprott was graduated from testimony before a Senate The double New Year's Eve thrown 71 feet from the car invented stove. In Atlanta, I Johnson, spending New Year'sDay repaid many times over w foot propped on a cushion chairnecessity
lake Wale High School He mlttH. mobster Joe Valachi tragedy in which a 17-year' whea it struck the train. Hupper'a gas explosion shattered one at his ranch borne issued a the more productive lives ofthese a since aa
received his law degree from Magbocco was one of the old Eloise boy was injured, condition was listed as loot of aa apartment building statement that gave highlightsof young men and women a calcium operamaM
remove deposit
Washington and Lee "Universityat 11 bosses of the COM Nostra's occurred just 20 minute before critical this morning at Ban killing one person and injuring a report from U.S. Education who are continuing their educa,from his right heel
Lexington. Va. He was admitted ruling families across the na midnight tow Memorial Hospital two. Commissioner Francis Kepoel 'OIL" I
to the Florida Bar to tion. Ha reputedly controlled Florida Highway Patrol McNutt Mid the accident The snowstorm blew northward on the 1963 back*<
1151. and waa associated with Brooklyn and Long Island rack Trooper R. C McNutt identified from the Gulf reaching Dropout Halved of Johnson's concerns were Tuesday one The nation wain his announcement

the Bartow law firm of U. S. ets. .. I -the-dead-as-Joe. Larry- -- (Turn to Page It. Column a) Tennessee, the Carolina, and "The IK results show that too. as he ordered Keppel to two day hence 04

Sen. SpesMrd L. Holland. Virginia before threatening thenation's where local effort WM made hold January seminars ta five whether he'll seek the 1964 Republican

assistant The candidate public defender presently for the is 1964 To Be Big Election Year inches of capital snow, with several one dropouts out of two returned actual or to school potential cities with education to acquaint laws" enacted educators at presidential nomination

loth Judicial district. He is a More thai six inches fell ta
-and nine out of II are stayingin the 1X1 session of Congress.Johnwn I In the Goldwater home for the
member of the board of governors Asheville N.C.. more thai seven
Mid made festivities will be hit
school, Johnson Mid. I Congress birthday
of the junior bar section at HatteyvHe ta north Alabama .
Declaring that "any community "a distinguished and unparalleled I''wife, four children: a ion-iwtaw
of the Florida Bar for Polk. in much
and six inches
For Citizens Of Polk County ta America that wants to record in the education'and a son-in-law soon to ba.
and Hardee counties
Sprott. his wife and their two .. (Turn to Page !0, Column I) ,lick the dropout problem canDeiVery 'field." He Mid it WM imperative ! Brother Bob Goldwater. a
I that the new law be put;!Phoenix department store executive
children make their home alaN
>ih St, Lake Wales. I By WILLIAM D. SHIWNG The weekend 1* a traditional Smith WM ambassador to into operation quickly :: and hi. family will make
Ledger. Staff Writer caucus of member: of the Cuba under President Eisen fe lVlly.
Voters M Lakeland and Polk legislature, and it has been bower. Of AP Book Vkiu Planned 'add'j Turn to Pace iu, column ')

County will have one of their used ta the past M a springboard With Kelly vacating his seat
biggest year ta many years for announcements bycandidIn ta the state Senate it is almost On Keppel will visit Atlanta. Ua.
in the elections of 19M. for governor. a certainty that Rep. Kennedy DelayedThe DaUa. Tex.. New York Chicago '

The presidential election, of Kelly will be seeking to top Ben lull Griffin Jr.. of Frost and San Frfacisco.
course, will overshadow all of a field of Democratic candidates proof will seek to move into Ledger has been notified that tremendous demand On other front Tuesday ) 11

the other toIIte l. U.S. Sea ta the May primary.The the Senate from the House. for The Torch Is Passed" indicate delivery of Johnson.
Spessard L Holland of Bar- field will include Mayor the Associated Press book on the assassination of President Signed a 4-biUion public
tow will be seeking his fourth Haydn Burns of Jacksonville Griffin may well get a challenge Kennedy will not be as fast M first hoped. works bill, although N Mid one Paso
from Clements, of
r aix-year term and U.S. Rep. ; Mayor Robert King Ray Most Associated Press member newspapers, including provision is unconstitutional
James A. Haley, of Sarasota High of Miami; former Sen. Lakeland, for many years The Ledger are participating ta the project The President Mid a section requiring -: Amusements _.. 22

will be trying for his seventh Fred 0. Dickinson, of West Polk County tax collector. As a result order for the volume have poured in so the Panama Canal Co. i Bridge '"_,, 11
two-year term. Palm Beach; Sea John Matthews Clement is scheduled to decide fast to AP headquarter ta New York that the total lo get advance approval forproperty i Comics ........ 22-23
this week be will
I Interest will be high ta the of Duval County; and whether already wads at 1.100.000 copies.: transfer from appropriate ClaWfieJt.. U-%$
Stake the Senate !
gubernatorial race which willet Rep. Fred Karl, of Volusia race- Although one of America's largest publishing house congressional committees Crossword
Puzzle! 23
into high gear ta January CountyOn There has been some speculation has put its full resource into the job and has actuaBy will be interpreted M a request I t
that P. Scott Under Deaths J!: 10
with Polk County's Sea Scott the Republican side of started producing books it will take week to meet all for information.
Kelly almost certain to be one the gubernatorial sweepstakes of Lakeland would also announce demand la other words, the commit Dear Abby .. 23

of the candidate for the Ken Folks, of Orlando and for the Senate. A* of The Ledger will announce the arrival of Its shipment tees will l be kept "fully illj j Editorial :..... 4 F
Democratic nomination. Rep. Charles HoUey of Pinel- the present lander a memo of the books so those who have placed orders may formed" but the executive J. Low wan 16
las ber of the Florida Develop- pick their branch wool give them veto ,
I Kelly a former Lakelandmayor. County will be probable up Radio -TV 23
J I* expected to announce candidates.: There is specula ment Commission, reports that Meanwhile, orders are still being taken by The power over property ,
be is not a candidate Ledger for the book at 12 The books will tions. Spurts -.. 13-14
t formally his candidacyat two that Earl E. T. Smith of per copy; not
I- the annual legislative weekend West Palm Beach may also Reps, Lawton Chiles Jr of be sold ta bookstore Exercised a packet transiC'1 \ ..'* 15-16-17

i Ii teNCSWOOD SPROTT JR.i at Sarasota on Jan U. seek the GOP Bumuuuon. (Turn to Pogo 10, Lutumo it j I (Turn to Par fti, .; I. b&' '' ::;-



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Two ArrestedFor Boxer's Son ......:t' fbrols I small f to- s make!tirts, lour trot suits",
/Ridge Baptist
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Break-Ins ,Asks Nomination Youth ::::.. smofl docile of the amorteetweavtf
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WINTER HAVEN-TWO WMWmm TwHwy. lays he plans tostd ** i Vernon l*''hlrv, KM of the] oq grounds. coot end dress ,'pa
have been arrested I Democratic paminattnn ben Con-. Rev and Mn Meflry A La h-l ns enserrlblt.
(Surged with hmkinc and -. gross from Callf mf.'.Jt* Ditrirt .. ley. Aubomdak will remnwlhw '
ferine a liquor store on CypmtCjrdcn duties of director of youth) -
Road ChrMmi nWILsbetirr. The wat to held 'by R.p p. actrvHfef fur .Iht Ridge BapiiMiAMociattoa tttJwio:v.....parr a slot! . $2. r' .
dep.rlmeet noportfld Minor M'''.... a R pu hcML s. c.......wAhrenc.d tw+t.a+. er. gaits )
fat Dcwry Smith Hi Central The elder. T....,. fwnwt. Youth Department i God'trt' .kart ha...........trsit it.ME ions. ...... *+I
Delivery, Dundee and Joe HuieliMflmi. worid' heavyo eight b 0.t athampinn R todayLatMry r lisas f'aa1doIt I/ .D
of IM FtW St ElmM. dad a party hi his I wai
have admitted brMhiflf tub honor at Palm mss' "I "'aMftIJdIMt. recently on A
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cat arrested _a EMM Md and elect my ann to Cnnrpw I leave U ahem -
Smith In WiMrr lltven .. *' from h .tpoit.
The shrrifTs l.f..rtm ent MH John. *sear dd aiMrn >. after
< of liquor and 1M CMirpWcr .. year directing
from 1M..... Teat British Warn"'Against the south at
.albs at whMky hew bf't>n tat t/vN.es La.A. LAMCLtVwho clothes and accessories storage bags
ssrMM aka wMfc tW In' Drug ley waahi
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the county |1.11 In Renew 1 May and Baker lid.. ......'.\ Baptist ahem toI M't
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m the IJth ceMwry.tmuw Mug. .4M I'raifcma?' >, umin fthinntmtaV1r paM year y,+ tlMaa+st or m& o.
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A good NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION to make, now Me--i i o.;.. N*. 110"open

at the beginning of the new year is to make a will or
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bring your will up to date -

Our trust officers will be happy to consult with you fond your

attorney about revisions in your present will or the drafting of ; fl
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There is no charge for this consulting service offered by the

trust department of Florida National Bonk at Lakeland.

Call 686-1136 for on appointment

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4 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. Jan. t: 1M4 National Affairs

i! .l RIDE 'EM !

. ,L LEDGER EDITORIALSMoving I U. S. System Of

.... Ahead COWBOYI"t Governing Showing

IIISTORIANS and social scientist bursts is that they are almost Inevitably i, Lack Of Maturity

probably would agree that most adaptations lead to excesses which are avoided

:. to important social and economic by the process of sane gradualism. v EbN ''ttt.i
By DAVID LAWRENCE be selected only from those
change have been reasonably Thereafter valuable be '
energies can
# WASHINGTON-The American men who have had substantial'
managed by conservatives in America consumed in correcting the excesses. system of government is experience ta leadership
and much of the Western world. Those who try to block all change
relatively young-ont even two hi either the executive or legblsthre .
The idea that conservatism somehow and who set the for
-- thereby scene
centuries old-but it rarely branch of the government
operates as a bar to progress just social explosions are not responsible shown w conspicuously hs The Constitution tan be

does not fit the facts of history. conservatives at all. They are lack of maturity as It does to mended at any time to require

Through a great part of America's radicals of a sort, as extreme as the day.To realize how little progress this.

growth, for example conservative political radicals at the leftward end. -.5.' bas been made In the

figures have been in control The radical "conservatives" no : field of responsible government IT ISNT sufficient that a
Does anyone dare to suggest that this doubt persuade themselves that they all one needs to do Is prospective have merely nominee been a should

country stood still In that long l long are busy "preserving the values of the to read about the prospective even a member JOVmIotor of Congress

pan* past" But a course which tries to candidates for the presidency or the cabinet He

We all know that we' did not preserve these at the cost of all change being brought forward to should have risen to the top
social serve if elected In the highest rank through his work In either
Many years ago some scientists leads only to their ultimate destruc-
office In the land. the executive or legista
devoted a hard weekend of thinking tion by explosion.
live branch of the
Take, for example, the different national government
to the problem of how change is Some who resist change believe men being talked about He win not necessarily

managed The consensus was dial sincerely they are not simply keepingthe T for the Republican presidential make a good presidentbecause

generally It occurs through a processof status quo for themselves but nomination. For months at. to has been elected
tension centered on two or to some office In a state or
"gradualism handing down a "sound heritage" of three possible a.did II u. city or because he is Impressive
Not only American history, but unchanging values to their descendants Then, as If theN men had suddenly on the stump. Making
British was cited in illustration.! The and successors. What they are 14ir become politically melt- -speeches b one thing" but executing .

celebrated British capacity for "mud. really handing down is the certainty gible the search turned to policies is quite an.
dung through" was seen M a curious of an explosion.The persons relatively unknown-'
as If It would be easier to president mint be able to
talent for effective management of Instinct of Intelligent conservatives
elect someone who hsro'l become understand the consensus of
gradual change. is to keep the processes of change Identified with any par. public: opinion ta the ration

What this amount to Is the abilityto under sensible control to blend the ttculsr Issues or controvmtsi and to further Important programs .
when the of questions ta the national field. that are practical and
Judge buildup parttat best of the past with elements of the
The fact that such newly discovered can become effective. A president .
Ur problems has reached the stage hew to make Mire that escape valves persons of prominence who plays politics may

where Intelligent action ta called for. for society's tensions are always at hire not had any experience unfortunately, win a. election,

If that action comes, social tensionsare work. A people thus guided moves In a position of leadership or but he may fail to serve effkvienUy

eased and the society moves ahead ahead rationally if slowly I Voice of the People major responsibility ta either ito country's economic
[ f ] the sociological requirements
without undue strata. But total resistance Is like a capon branch exscMrvt of the or federal the legislative government wtthm the limits set forth by

Grave trouble cornea, My the Ws- a volcanic cone. Beneath the cap, Is regarded as of no Important the people under a wrHtesjCOfMtnVtKNL

lotions and social stiefttral. when great counlerforce' builds. When the iiiiii This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page by their political

men In power try to "put a lid on inevitable violent upthrust comes, It sponsors All that seems to What America needs is a

change. Then the remit may be netpeaceful may engulf everything around the count Is that Ito prospective system that trill insure ito

adhut violent ...,..,- cone -- food And bod T*. .4..*d. at ...... rfce -i..."'S *.a arinww..1 mem* el ____ b...** to tt* candidate television or performs wen la be on a selection ident of of a competent and paw
experient not
W. in America and our friends .dorad N "*-.,... ..... ........ d ...... I. ... ".ar. .. s.e ,..... C.i.... tans err mss of congeals appears and picasifg . just a candidate with. personal
fffWITh k .. ... .., hw ... .... .,.... _. ... . .. . .
French .HrvoJulfcwi wt wwh *n i/' the free West mutt thank ourUrs n 1.0 k s/h 4d spa' .... . A .. ..... ... personality' The quest is appeal but without prior tramIng .
..... 210 a... ... pa, ....... k .... n. tale seams $e ...... .. ...... ..., '-'"' If apparently for someone withno M the national
Instance In 1 hfwoty. FfCdni' mofiArtttc that we have most often been ..,...... hi. o.a.a.. N sMn".i.4 ...... e. Mtw1 ....w> .....<..i. .. tWt ,.... political HaMtfties. This Ism inert These,. days govern whew
hH sought for I century or mere' to led by men who
8fIftt the prceaeea .r ehsmge. Fleetlythe total resistance, and chose Instead to 'Milk or national bankruptcy o r
Md Mew oif keep lit moving thnrly but surety Trust'Protested Arms Law 'Paying OurRespect' tutor caustmpto M the Amer

The Nfl fact shout the ttstatt out ..,....4.I OCR rRLttOLMl..... n.4al.i)1 leas w pie,
No Solution bees Ito ablest of public
1Itn'I..... Often they Have At THK piipuUiton tarrtases -
I had Unto totlgroMtd but Inns th* problem w government
The Protest Grows IDtroKi la response to ito IJMtORi The outcry IMTDRt Cancmbg (h* of count. Once a man Is **. Incomes more temples' Can
clamor a* regtrd to tin ...,. against nrMrms wbk M- MttHng of things M linear (4 dewed with prendentisl pow.er one msa be peod to rut
Ul1Jaa: renuta* protests real, prnfs and uV. .anV .tal. debt mans price keels fJsod M towed Un tray to Dallas our tats pmtttflt. Join PKenw to erls' a Mane of rtpnnilny *f &irvrly ta Ito preidewn>
nWk makes sound Ml. y( fir rr. wct that a ... M to honest and fairMistakes wan i..'t It to fewer to **
against PreuMemt JehNan' order that a. lone as ark effort to do so to vehemently by the milt board w* M a BJHO r
MUM CM pry to CM Of N
protested by that wWd add our voter'* so Urn of owrwroittM old nuUt.tHr4 Mushy come howe from Ito most capable mc
groups larders Is bud
certain military MHUrtf not now to express Many *f, ss a rea.K of the ..- inside govtmmssn ito prrsvtfenual
would be attectM protesting this High-hand. nc by shad-. no manage whet these
tw' 4ed be rioted down. adversely way u* pear rial prejudlcM/ of anoMmous aominews fIl their repecUve .
Tht general .u...... I.0.: ., .k. has ol the m* trust to come up with only ont lire III mvmoruilt nand ihto .dvis+n wto have SM direst parties and to put

Whence com the prot+M*? pefttet, and cut them drastically Rut W* base Shad all IMf ito ide's: Put a t1Pt wkkt yes uiamlrj....... d thIIIp tumor of rrvoonubaMy M Ito ..... alongside\ of ltom-4a to thoen -

Naturally from the |** ... .Hf and Knnrn.dy trial so ammpi+o b ta the hnWrt office ta the cabinet tar ton mew ate wHouahfwJ
areas whoM general *>mf wilt tejkffectal < UlWMIMt' . ito tinted hates ta the past ymtr deny M toyour
< miliUty many thugs for iW good of ta aaUanal '
the land have turned out really lato governmental -
bran yet to are mkaoU >thhor. ate
bjr closing of foMMtetiww, mayvihif
wallalbns Open merely In order to al prices at high at have our rauwy U only seemsrtgtd great meal Adulation and preMrmt?
Those people art pratotfof inditdusll continue supplying) nourishment toloeal tones rarrmt kert t.IiIII.. M Atjl y. that we steuld nuktvvvry ewVigy afu>rwsrds are often WouUnl It to better to or-1

\, ), ai group and through theirrepresentative. ,n.iki iiwd a maA rdrrrrfW reminders U him of time Ito U. ta council,
praise These
fund budget 'k* thaw imtllttetdit presidential
and nmtton In \Vhinfton. 'kind of economic practice M our everyday hid and for
*. that on are PckW to cornnut a crinx OutMtMMid fart for Ito SMKwriiy of erfortnd men then could appoint geworal *
But tike srUfk*.bty CUPS on and and tfitmtyfd at tlw bMrd'sankm. the world. w. 1M a..r.Uiins to fallow lot devgUoa w duly rather managers the wniusewversmeis

That they we ptvMwlfcm M ....... on and when a move U made SfalmtIt. to IM cwtrtu- that bt rttt long ba semen than for actual achwvtmenl departments, ae
aniiaKl prwmpUy >' rap herd M ont of tiw great there ... of hale limeta
.tVIVWMMV.* the protect art bud And M the T. off** the nut of pea skis that tf maOoroir IMMCMwtrt ".,....... to luiwry. course that ito caharuviarustiwmaives
ta which
But It M *4W*% uiid riUndiblthst heavy expense and the bl$ debt of our biding mtth's loud vats, our MtaddMi to *rH errs, Another thing mtntianc. MOM .. a da four-year a foot >eats*, wltesj Ito aide of ito could presioVnt M at ta the Ito

wr Hft" spfwW reduce. Fed national Rsvernemt go on and on. family fuwoMtd Ku mitk UM praducu wins Uw Is.dwh'lyy suck crimes could not btoimnMHPd. MW *M IN tart that first Jew years lave u tospent executive office buiMNm s a4-
.. would make Mrs. Kennedy it "ewwj
ta car Ito
sg mprs able for11 cunftrrences,
and rUI continue to
jut at munch sense to aouhdiiha .
wry privilege tntMUM
The record ta a second teeis .s M Ito practice ta M msnyuoresstul
do ao KMA such lima as mBkuoaa
Marine for .
Cusps IMC** | dial
I Bored Tccn-Agers I'NJtte &htir aWota.. ant nun the often better that ta a first husweM ee*.rprirs
ing Ocwttd to hoot amII' (rM* and ditHnrtiaa wide
term because a president has of 'tto count! ''
and put thaw JIOdIl&' )
., wkMi all of DM Mm she bdto
N 11; IIU; all ua the u. .. acquired ekfr*.*c* oa ito Sum is
through it again In I New York Tim** survey U wbufban a conpttirivt < r Laws pvere kwhhdieg.. fNtorm wen carried out chap lung nsrou
sad .... Many l.vn..y n *r* bored youth, one bay saM: -I Nw.It peopl It. chiefly A bw dum< IM three days use M *. and the .ices abut
is to be hoped uul her nut. tt wW to ....... skisddlrero Ito process of swiecunf a Rspukura >
MMfcutd'i death
aMyouwr Mvbhew
Thov haw slang arms would disarm
no iUna ii, IM useful -V.. some lids dsywk, Maylro they .. .
due M .
malt SMK *>4nusl c ndi
prntt w 10 burlap .d us Hut oho it pre
air dfqat cidarlhry, not our a fr
ronf Uru They gel Into trouble be- do It to forget aW things" .fcul milk la f.vor fIl votMilfuud nlfraff. No WiUkt rsstriMs sin whom *. c.. all aden the pwphe elect and re dectft's ... emjihsim Ito. weakensin .

rout whsttcw ....... it N. truishlt isexeii At l.t, what 't that they have to *.- knurl coat powow ever prrvmud" a IBM otormiM4 )IsM at her. husband ...aa. And. their resp.aslbllllyThnMchuut ito present. system Ones
met rcpt* The memory of the em tMM .d products wWi UM ain upon murder fraoiubu I aw MM mi Mnu KM4 .....,. kewever' ito potpie seas" for an tarum.
New Muvtok art undwiaari.g of of brtoP,6nliM -m. tnu.*" >at.f say -.xw fc.* would IM to a kiRi tr uwpnHteoM. Nome cttisens have sought loimprove bent ndmsMUrauon because
18ft''ha' yesoiayThe Md MS lad.,. tin Stow UAMK. wasted Maser rifle bonk U M our small ito sags uf free sadoprt'.rMaths Ito aktrnsuv at M bet....,.
this empty. aimless hH of life Um of growing up wed to bethought bard. machtnt pM, or asosymom way of 1Mm .0 bet this a lit puwer I lit t I' This M a reflection on the
tt M much a Mt among u' il-off el M filled with iU own n.a.t..at who.f. our keens. There is no cuavmcing reason, quality of men brought to this
AND MKS. C kFAGUMI. far initiate. why candidates lure under the that
youngaiitrs with ears and mosey M eceHemenU developing one'sedify system
JACK BUUUJL U.L M1LU fur the .
presidency should nut prevails ludayhas
it ki with pour 14 roaming |h* kUU,, exploring the world of

itteels saimaU sad tree, opening th* book

There tw. bMr. waswiglu fuss about of knowledge wU for the tint Ue*.

the .ducOUmaaliy wuderpeivUaysi, he Fortunately millions of American 1964-A Time For Cautious Optimism I

school drofMiut. the pro fuel of the youngsters still find theM wonders

broke city home to tow .<(.Atwn long the adolescent trail. But too

on this phase of the iMUor AHwn.of nutty do not They are proud of be- By RALJ McCIU. cunreraed. Anuher muiivaIMMI by and of the peuple. and Lao American metals bee at must Happily.
te UU Publisher .. was a speech last tpram thuse regimes now m emu are begwnmg their movement more and more leaders an
rource. meagerHut jag more mature than their counterprta IW Atlanta CwmKutlMU by President Kennedy m ence haw failed to esuhhhh from oppress** feudalism toward Contra and South America
the problem at higher ore. of a generation... But they this briMunt el the which to pledged this nation say rcfport with the average a more equitable. 8). know this Castro's 1RM'aI1t
nonuc level .eewua to be diiinuted sos have bet their Innocence while findme jMut-muath of peerwc toe*. Ui explore, through all k*.imaw people tto passIve BuddhwttradMtua less uf pukucal and economic tosMMd Bm ..... ItoI
much f nu >'. The ov rpriv4i dyounptler nothing to replica it said and forward, num puts rhanneii of neoluuen. males far aftah pan+upatwn This may well changes are ahead in Lain
Ru fete into the paUl of 14kiwwiaj Says to cunuia the AJtiearthreat. < mean a generation of turMu4. America
10 suburban fimHfot resort There i* nothing new in saying what
that he Itvct u a This was followed by TIME DOES cut maw seem iMcenatmy and oonfbct The nation's ecunun> lasts
to v.ndaU m, thievery, drink and U put of the painful truth Out dangerous ..x rU. 8\It"-*. tile negotiated test baa which 10 be on either side Tto worseaed by Camsaunistocrnpts guud-even bullish. in short
a variety of olhr pawing exokeuatats overladulint parents must bear heavy thelcu. he lee" a MUM ofrauiiuu barred all but underground Alas area of conAnt: is one to exploit any and rang terms. But there are

while. parents pile on the kindly blame for this. very cautious\ iujc4ear detonations. of tedious, truvbnx attnjloa. sal weaknesses.Almost lung range problems that ant
favors. optumsm. Three acton i'n> We will continue lo Gpo nos'here, ta Europe grave and foreboding chief
But the youngsters themselves cn- erita ibis fceiiMI TO ALL but thuM right pus Communist aggression is there now a class struggle among them being unesapioyi
Little that te whol*>Miuc. Irsiuccel nut be sbcolved If they are mature Relations with the Rut wing vcutmmu. such as the there until and unless, the open to Communist pcnetraUun meet and Ito need quickly to
fun has any appeal these days far the enough to be half- dulU, haU
more euergeltc. aggrenave young on** they are mature enough to understand unproved. They will rrmaut which" fur example demands fad utterly to respond America, and Moscow long; Man hopes.
that way-*J the Soviet wUpemut. .. immediate declaration of
Sports dancing, you name it these they need something bettor to tie into The Cold 'ar. Is. o I war again tile Soviet<< u..
things are regarded ac *tamae* than tomorrow's "kick." course nut ended. But UMIMUMM ton." tto baa brought hope.

are reduced. Prt- Most of earth's mahons want
- Potomac
-- Fever
deal Johnson .... to avoid war
TlaWGHT. eatb has recessed a g+6t,empIy tt for use aaultr. aai anal sia.Ms of as did
.fs vaned grace -4 Peter SitLAKELAND President Kennedy strive in J. Red China's: beUtfierent ,
all honoraW ways to keep and her missed deauneiatiuns -
them so. (One ol the UQII tIt Of tile Soviets for having ISy FLETCHER KXEBEL

of conteBiporary history M pubhety joined wish the Predicted biggest Republican news of 64: Mtrcb Seaalwr GuWWio" M\S
that President Eisenhower Wet in a search for ways to h* doesot wet to sell TV A after all Instead at Novmb voUo booths he II
LEDGER smc.reiy had set a.*d. his avoid nuclear war is the third give H away as a door pru*
Ust )ears in ottwt to work major factor snaking fur cau-
for such a reduction uf Cold lasso opumism as 1K4 togius. *
War ctnciurM and was sue Dn RIM publicly aa.a &U>- .*..?** _., COKrlt IUImperial ceeduac rather wed WWI the the Soviet & 7th Street. KalamMoo. Md for the
-. .... .......-. "- supported poMbunin aomittaiiaa..
) Polk County.Worlds am ."rwr ._.'::;'::; IM phux riphit aircraft was us iJeuiugical war with *
e=. ...:::: :.y' = shut dawn,. near Svwdtuvsk) Cammiiaitt China Peking
Citrus CenterLEDGER'S June
M)' Outertbwaite wva'l do after alt Neither Hill Nixon ROUHue
__ .oe..... .,..". c_. It M a piece of luck for all ChM En-Uis visit to Africa
- the world that the leadership M search of ntties apparemiyas )'. Scranton and Lodge. Ike urges the party t* nominate a nine-man committee.

of bush MUMS understandswhat nut too succrttfel. *

The telephones: All D mean in teiCH of destrucuoa II it were not for the harsh
volt salecmao. but loots more like s FalQ n. He offer to debate LBJ every nighton
and mass slaughter of human realities of die Asian prabkm -
the Jack PMT show.
: suiscurriON aaTESR presented by V.......
OM V w . . J2CIO O.. MMtfc . JI.1S 1. 1M second set of coo There is in none of these *
La Mania . . $1049 W..k . .40Th lrihutisg onndMions bq&a countries a tradition of free August-Outerthwaite quits the ticket annoyed because his running-ovate.
MMtkt' S $20 SM*., CM* TM ST..10.h. with the &MeiIiclio.a democratic processes. Most Harry Byrd of Virginia urges that the federal government be abolished as an
acawst the Soviet missiles ta of the peoples art depressed. economy measure.

pvt5aed .._ I"." $eeeu .14 .. s...., __I t+e ..."...4 .....__ c.... Cuba within that brought few the world The Communist promise of *
to a hour of nut land and parucipaikm has astrong
... l.Y.t..d. ftw/. dear war This example of appeal October-Gallup pI'edicthe new G.O.P ticket of Nixon & Byrd will sweep

the Weak fact that such a iuK-e here is no compreNti Virginia and Alaska or ,'lteerw.. Goldwater bolts the part. says hell vote:'for
.1 sir ,wid ..mi s.>bt-r"4 1111 ,'.n .>f government ,..r a real ...m er\ tive Norman Thomas.r .

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Jan. 1. '''' S

WASHINGTON REPORT Many Suggestions Made Hoping i '
More Year-Round Industrial

Communists Can Find I To 1
Speed Congress' Machinery !

Many Speaking DatesBy Payrolls Needed, I Kelly SaysLAKE
I WASHINGTON iff C0ngress' chambers themselves might I ample run Into this kind ol(

slow and labored pace meet only briefly, leaving more objection: ALFRED The need the state has more employes Robert King High ta the gubernitorial .
this year brought a rash of suggestions time for continuous committee A seasoned Democrat not a "This
than further
for year-round Industrial or a larger budget your contest.
FULTON LEWIS JR.WASHINGTONThere at Hamilton College a year for speeding up the work. Or Congress might discard Southerner remarked that ft II more state government," he said. split up the east coast vote-
are ago to hear Johnson brand machinery so that it would not the present rule under simply Impossible to risk alienating . payrolls Is Florida's greatest "It is only logical that you- between the other five candidates .
I certain American whom as a "deliberate lie" the assertion fan far behind In the race with which a single objection can so large a bloc of the, need and taxes and spending as directors of this huge corpora -an from the east coast"
Communist spokesmen win that Communist owe problems of J a rocketing age. i a committee from meeting party strength by too tough tactics win be major issues In the 1964 t ton-the State of Florida has
not debate tinder any circum their loyalty to a foreign But not much reform is likely'while Ks parent body is In session : They'd simply vote with, campaign for the governorship. would want a man with proven Kelly said ta he 40 counties strong and organizations
stances. power. to be made soon beyond some no matter how trivial the the Republicans to organic the, Sen. Scott Kelly told audiences business the
ability to
will have the other 27 counties
They Include The HamlltM College paper accelerating of committee procedures matter on the floor and how House then we'd have no control . in Lake Alfred and HighlandsCity largest business ta the state" organized Feb. 18 when he
tome of the later reported that student in the opinion of sonic'important the issues before the at an" Monday nigrL by
country best "admired his gut . He I* well-placed members of Democratic committee. Kelly unannounced candidate High Entry Pleasing expects to file his candidacy
with the
specialists on a good fighter. A typical majority Other Changes for governor, told his listenershe Kelly asked hi. audience to Secretary
the Commu Johnson assertion: "This period The party as a whole has I considered Polk County expects to make the formal "help him arm Polk County to Meet In Home
meet conspiracy t of history point to one taken no position on proposal less Such changes are and :therefore announcement of his candidacy the teeth" In the campaign for The Highland City meeting
the form thing: Co-existence or no for congressional reform, so more likely sweeping to be adopted than Gets FilmLibrary for the governorship Jan. II. I the governorship He explained was conducted In the home of
Comrades existence. Communists today stalwarts who will The Lakeland contractor, real' that his of .
party were these other suggestions area greatest concentration Mr. and Mr*. H. P. (robe) Colbert
who renouncedthe declare that war ta unthinkable log to assess the prospects tor and Insurance agency owner will be In those counties and the Lake Alfred meetIng -
Ending Senators' traditional GrantPolk
party to didn't want to be quoted. said that a* governor, he, throughout the west coast was held ta the Lake Alfred
Another frequent speaker!II privilege of unlimited speech. would Institute "hard-headed and of
give expertcounsel They said some reforms are central part Florida City HaD Auditorium with
10 weir --- Mortimer Daniel Rubin the certain to come and that one of or requiring that speeches conform County has received a business practices In state gov which fan within a 100-mile Mayor Jim Telford, Sam De-
fellow American lUlU bespectacled chief of CP the most likely would be I strictly to the subject at HJOO federal grant to set op a ernment" He pledged to tile radius of Polk County He noted vito and Lynn McNeer as bast

*. Among youth activities. greater use of Joint committees hand.In I regional film library as part of the authority and Influence of that this area contains 834.000 Ken,'* next meeting In Polk
them are Herbert Phifbrick Sam Kushner, Los Angeles or joint sessions of committees the Mouse, reducing the a program to boost the use of the governor' office "10 attract! registered voters. Kelly said he County will be ta Mulberry at
Barbara Hartle, Herb Romer.stein editor of People's World a responsible for the same legislation number of members required to films fen Florida schools. tt was new Industries and to encourage saw his position strengthened 1 a.m. Saturday In the Mulberry
and John Lautner party organ Is available for This would save time not take legislation away from a announced today at TaHahasee existing industries to expand" by the entry of Miami Mayor Restaurant with Mayor
A spokesman at CP bead- speaking dates. Kushner, who only for Congress member but committee when they consider: The library will serve He said new payroll are needed Cart Ellis and Skeets Melton as
arrived ta California last It is 1U1tift, The present pro Highlands, Pasco and Hernan- so that Florida'
quarters ta New York told for administration officials who economy
Inmate Picks host*. He will conduct a similar
this office that no self-respect year had previously been are the major witnesses on key cedure requires the signature do counties as wefl. I will remain prosperous to an In Maine City at
ing Communist would share active In the Chicago area. legislation. ;.of a majority 211 on a The films will cover the fieldsmathematics era of population explosion. VehicleFor 1030 meeting a.m. Saturday ta Ray'
The most venerable of an of : science and
the same platform with such Restoring Trend Hit Restaurant Hosts will be Mayor
Red orators ta Elizabeth Cur- Tightening SuggestedTor I an old rule under I modem foreign langusges The
people. ley Flynn, the party'* national example secretary of the'which biB could be takes) from Florida Institute for Continuing Blasting "the tax-and-spend Getaway Buford Knowles and City Commissioner
Communist orators nevertheless chairman. Mm Flynn, a veteran treasury Douglas Dillon spent a committee tf It pigeonholedthem University Studies will donate trend that lias developed m government Andrew ReUly. Both
find peaking date revolutionary has words weeks on capital Ml during the, as long as 21 days. I II SO la 71 Mm M each of several I in recent years" kelly TRINIDAD. Colo 11I-Benny meetings are open to the pub
ta every corner of the coun of advice for less experienced ways and means committee's j I Modifying In any of several regional center ta counties allover said that new Industries which Urioste picked the wrong machine lie The Haines City meeting
try. Some state have banned speakers: eight months consideration of ways the seniority system, the state. ; will consider locating" In Florida for his getaway car. trill Include the communities of
known Red at their Mate institution DM let the (antkComimfnist the Ins cut fill which is now under which committee chairmen I want assurance of fiscal reifiufisilnlliy : Benny was sweeping out the Davenport Haines City Dundee
*. Others have not ) opposition fffl In all the abort midway through pro. art automatically the ma PRECAUTION: I ta state government |Jail Monday when he quietly) and Lake Hamilton
One el the most ImpressiveRed front rows to sneer and ftcnx longed consideration by the jolty party members with long.. The SM should never be observed He noted that the Mate now dipped outside
speaker I* Benjamin at the speaker Let them sit senate finance committee, Involving cst service on the particnarcommittee directly through a totutted has 48.000 employes a payroll A few minutes later Police C-
Davis SI. a distinguished back ta the hall and surround many of the tame wit I II erea in execs of half a billion collate Chief Pete Connell! walked to tilscar INSURANCE
looking Negro who has served them with people friendly to nerves I Proposals to deny committee by a darkened glaw.pow and a biennial budget for more parked three Mod away SIIVIC.ie. .
time ta prison for violatingthe the speaker"So Other augheatiuia are for advancement to Southern Democrats Mramem that deflect most of than one billion, seven hundred Under the dashboard be discovered .
Smith Act. A party mem much for EnUutlii: Owf tighter scheduling of Congress'wt who openly defy 0* Mtional .1 the tight and beat art Med byastronomers and sixty nation dollars. "Slate Benny, trying to work outa .,.r.hiw,
tsar for more than three dec ley Flynn, The word of Herb Per "a""", during the,; party by opposing Ms' ttncrwiM the I femtftfci government n the biggest bust wire combination that would L::::
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det. Davit has lost none of ptrffbricfc are worth noting: I fany phases! of a ...'... the'presidential hat emtrasiasffl After one college "Our young' people should - .
appearance last year, demand that their school and
Davit confided to fellow colleges provide them with to \
Communist: foffltfltiOft about GCMIIIW Mllwlll, -'J 'Iii'
". could ted they were ImpTtMCQ This to not being done This Open Tomorrow (Thurs.) Nile Fri. Won.

with me. TlM .... theys should demand because I Mom,.,runs QUaUrt ,
dent should be ta the party Impossible for thcm-*>oranyone I
These were people Ol -U fight an enemy
ecttoe whose activtUe they do not know Our young
most be directed M the people must also dnujenilystudy I
fight direction." team and come to appreciate I
New York's Arnold Johnson the wondeifal heritage w

the party** legislative director the great Urine of value Here it is starring tomorrow !
ha addressed several which we have tone to protect I CHHOUI . .
More tJ.aa.7W and defend ta IM cove
College groups '
students 'jammed the Chapel try" I f ijAi flnsroon r'> ..<* ; ,'"; ; .. '; ' ''>Q'Penney's

Steel Industry Made Some Giant White Goods Event !

Notable Gains In 1963; I j. .. .

More Forecast This Year I I'OtUU II

y MB \ II! mutton ton wan pnun4Hn
PtTTlSURGM (AP) Tta' ,. laie-year tiftrn wtd .. twtabulated.
ted Industry. .bit*. out come N apprarod it* year
fMUbta gains In IU New ad total would approMk. H4 mflltnahMftf !
scenes are torrM for 14AkM ftIpIrM tO tW- BIWIOWtan i iI.
by a butxtag national tn IMt I
The. Bored atiowint was anrin-i iI
onomy, ttMrnaken In IM)
1-TuUttd through two ..tv*I wild to healthy demands from
of prtro mtrtaaJtoatMi .*. maker of autos, ar<.lanr.. lad I II iI Nationwide REDUCED !
*.4 from (tonalprate I radioed equipment and strong' . PENNEY'SSMOOTH
ta INI3Kotdwd acuvny M tin mnMrwrtfcM in
red ftf* I* mil,. duMryturn was aided by ate tOHC-WURINO COTTON MUStlNSI
IkM loom-pew Production yeaassn t WIT ..,*.( of toad ...aihrr In '
IttT.Strppad. early and Middle UH twh," 72.108Hot or4O
<.- UK M alrradyt The. nalMn't Pulls cy *.vy now of vtunet dollars, average of about M per raw
f estimated daring the lull ||"B 101"ll.tor PENNEY
|or sew plant* and oxpmeM paciy ALL c. .
I-*liauin4 a ......w )ear WHITE ILASTA-f IT bottom . .1.64
Fear nf later cmmract teethe
rosy rHatMMtlMp wills the UtwNat 1M dune com 42W 16" . z for .76
ad SudWOf\m u..aa. is anal proiarta.Iwady

Al Ron y ak of IM upward mnltnn to tan IM M year'spe tilt Count on PtAney't to >** you o I bV wf buy on rh... shores

But not all was wed. For****,w..e4 ended ..., tt Thai a at fomout for their firm hansjocitt. t*..9-w.Oeigov.., stair
producer continued to carve+Mi awl U rated
new inroad MM AJ *rwaa mar| per canacnythar j''I OtsOyi>> flow4.I4 fall Quol<*y A I b>g vev. any tt ol >*or, SHEETS. j

leas and bit a NW high to t.. DccUn* hha.. : Wnsoteonol ot the .low low !
puru to WI country I Contra agreement .....1: now ** Jonuory priensi I

Price boon*. pantruUrly it* rated J.n. M and pfouct oa i
first one tatnetcwMC, P die went on a shop dadme. ratio! !
of IWH ing the. law of M Pencalc alb.
biggest **i htaiHtnf tara pc . PENNEY'SFINE iz
cad were probaMy the must cent of c.*peaty in early August I
cherished accomptuhrefnt w The seer Itatnhed on a gent) COMBED COTTON PERCALES !
the max** of twetoe seal upt w wc I I j' EVERY ONE
Hast Md peopl fed pradtjc. I
WhMfeaf SUet Corp lick big rin 7.IOS" Hot or
ilea producer, started at taMing bun w the. sour ahead will ai 76 [LAST A.flT l otto,"
toast equal 1M WM anal and
... ol M
AprU M wKh ifcr* a !
perhaps vctt a bt higher One I
lvU1" 101" iut
ton plain sad a few other sou a M
ourc* Mad h may o a* high
ladled areas ta ttranc and ItAJTA-f Urtoan . 1.96
ant 113 miMtnn Ishn. I Io. WHITE
InAd tuned the. labor .*... ***dworinn I csa.s 41" a JUZ fer.ft
M the
t'ft industry
won an eMend racaI I I FIRST
to WathwgMo.The question .a*. Would Ih* ban program w a II nr-nmh tar V. these ore the Penney percoln oven of selected ...... I
uact It COM the. compasses w ;j
late President John F Kemwdly,estimated I teals per hour pN'I Jtr': 't cotton, combed to ...tro silky tmootKneu that home-
oppose the mrre M a* he. dalled
acn e quality and
I Th* atrecimsint. the first '
year before :reached m the. industry wtlhoui '- i-aide' Now at reduced peKK for our WKtte-Goadt Event
hearty 41 ICBM hour Ia. .
Kennedy annaunced he would ia au M or a threat of a IUtU.I i they ore o buy not to .be nutted'! AH perfect! LOb-tatedt! '
I reportedly amounted to QUALITY
an m-,.
acroM-lhe-baard ia-
fight t ti COMPARE' Come "Ny!
off uase of less: than 2 per cent I
trace but would keep hand
elective Price idea. j ,
The gale were ... PASTELS DEEP TONES paiNTS COUNTONFENNEY'SSHEETSforoutaWtdingvglue. . 3 get*
Another small producer nude Woods To SpurnChairmanship ; :rraUoas hive Now at fabulous savings you get the ume famoui

elective Increases Aped H; two, I 72 a 101 . 2.47 72 > 101 2.47 72 s 101 . .1.foMDcb( flawless Ant quality controlled from selected cotton

more companies including tto the Ut ctitcb ia the hems.AU Pte* cAcets have firm balanced
thud-ranked Republic, followed 11 s 101 . 2.7I SI :101..2.73l i 101 . J." '
o weak *poU| AUPtty tkttU have amooth ah.m.lnle
suit April IS, aad the following, Of Polk Board Cases 2 fe* 1.17 Cam 1'" 1.17 Cases 2 fee 2-34 muaa uzlnz! All Penney fitted bottom sheets are Penne/t ELASTAFIT. .
No. I U.s. Sled Corp. that aJmost make the bed by iUeUI

joined the parade.It :I BARTOW County Comm Pont miss these big a-ving . stock up today

was estimated the at'reaaeacovered t SUM Chairman rk)'d Woods" .9.1:
Ji per cent of all tied.I Tuesday Mid he. t* not lit i....
shipment 'I tereMed w serving another year
In lau September and early a* chairman of the commicuoa
October another wave of prICe t f.', wont take tt." Woods Mid

boost swept the md\suy Again i fWd). His term expires lode?'
H was a selective alfair. covering ,and commMj&tfmcr will elect a
mainly email diameter pipe new chairman dwr.., next
tad lied bar la wale use. "Tuesdays meaong. the first o)

estimated The two 71 increase per cent covered of all steelsmote aa. IftM.woods said he H "assuming SAVE FITTED MATTRESS PADS BIG! THICK! THIRSTY! BATH TOWELS

I be wed be a candidate for re-
Pratt Picture Bright*** oloctioo to the commission duxux TWIN OR fUU
the upcoming year "I plan! f Hand Towel 59c

The companies profit) w picture reporting 1961 eke bri&IueIIed'COIWderab& earnings several I to February.announce" be w explaiAed.Woods tote January or.' vl :: 266 366 i 98 Wash Cloth 29c

gain of from 25 per cent to over l did not give any another reaon K Y f 1J4
for not deamng
in the first
100 months.per cent nine year as chairman of the com- Shop and compare, Penney'j S Tate Tpne Solid color Te *niemble ;

A survey of companir. producing ' ID 5IOL i / priced these superior pods extra .. pucker free bordei S1"'

U per cent of the ".'1.: Aldwe Woods Combat and and fAmmasa.aaartl U W.(La*)! .. tow Seamed Sanforized 1 anteed not to pucker or Per iy$
earning increase
ted showed of JU1 mUUoo aa m the lint Dunaon all came up for rc+ia-' r cover 'n skirt, double needle replaces} the towel W a and

sine moncht. jumping from $4W tuna lest ; I, binding* '" eight colors to select
mtauiM to SS3S million. U s I I
Steel earned JUS I million in the, The earth' atmosphere serves 1
to 11221 mil a* a shield against dangerom Me terrtce ckarfi tf yen W nthw M iij% ef Idi e te.
bon ta the similar period of IK2A radiation, including (u ultraviolet Or UU Moeikt t* w (far taul tarrice ckarit) for production. 19U: wa the and cosmic rays from

besw steel yeu I1 U 1U7 when;space.: c . .. z ".

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LAKELAND( LEDGER. Wednesday, Jan. 1. fN4

Tensions Between Russia West Likely. To Lessen During 1964By

JOHN M. ItlGHTOWER .11 unpredictable impact on gotiatkms, a meeting between would find a summit session He might find H desirable President's IK4 schedule Include to make the latter two programs The Atlantic Alliance II grow
A.f. Diplomatic Writer world arfalrs.Orficlals Johnson and Soviet Premier weful for dramatizing his de- too, to have a session with, civil rights legislation/ a more appealing to Con- ing weaker over internal differences
WASHINGTON (AP) Cold of the new administration Khrushchev stands high on the;c'ared Interest in seeking more I French President Charles de bill to cut federal tarns a gress.In Including France's go
war tension of President Johnsonare list of International / East-West worldwide foreign
between Russia possibilities peaceful relations. Gaulle.At shakeup hi the -II international affairs John It-alone In
policies Europe and
and the West should continue to optimistic about the outlook even though It will be a U.S.I Johnson already has said he the moment he does not' aid program, and a reorganization son has taken on a heritage of
decline in 1964. But the new year for East West efforts to presidential election year. woulclp anywhere anytime he think special effort on his part of the U.S. role in. difficulties hi spite of-or some the split! over U.S.-West Cer.
II expected to bring I sharpening strengthen peace.If I Political observers here think felt a meeting with another would accomplish anything. the Alliance for Progress In Latin officials/ say because of the man efforts to set up a nuclear
of the conflict between Russia Initial probing go well It possible that Johnson, whopresently world leader would have constructive Domestic problems whichseem America. Improvement In Washington missile fleet for operation la
-i and Communist China-with,particularly in disarmament. I- has no_summit plans. results. destined to dominate the Johnson_ _has. to find tome way Moscow relations. European waters.
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are trying to put the Ret a favorable market reception pushed the amendment through the bonds to the entire market staff expenses Involved In approved release of $4,100 for miniature Department! 'movie\ to studio'setting to op film a
SUM C on the market as soon as' and low bitejwt btdt. The the 196 Legislature, stressed and would not serve a tied houseor speedy preparation of the bonds. major repairs at the South Florida drunk-driving .
Tuesday! within six months of consultant, who was not named, that the consultant would offer single group of Investors. In another education matter State Mental) Hmpital. Chief Dan Ltd Mid the
and election"Mid Dr. was to be paid on a fee bails Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin said the Cabinet earmarked $.1.4 mil- movies win be In color. and pos
fTS m Campbell director of ad The bonds were to be Inued BALDNESS with the 1964 general election lion In merit pay for teachersbut HIGH HIGHWAY sibry will have a soundtrack
tine market"W for the department under a constitutional amendment approaclng (In which his office did not release
Studies of male-type baldness! any money. Europe's highest tourist road Lht said the movies should
The pledging the grow utilities indicate that one-fourth of an is Involved), he did not want any The Cabinet appointed Dr. Is the mountainous Grand Alpine "pretty wen ten the effects: of
State lye: Low Interest receipts tax to their repayment men win show some baldness at trouble to develop In handling of Frederkk T. Lenfetfey! of Pen Route which traverses some 175, a person's drinking" and added
to hire said th. department The amendment was ratified by age 25 and about 50 per cent of the bonds sacola president of the new Polk miles through Austria France. the voice recordings would Indicate
assist the bond issue set up by,voters Nov S. them win exhibit some baldness The Cabinet laid the CO.000 County Junior College.In Germany, Italy. Monaco Swru slurred speech and other
for the to such a way as to!I GOY Farris Bryant, who by the age of 50.uIt I would pay the consultant and' other action, the Cabinet erland and Yugoslavia (symptoms of Intoxication_
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i i: LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 1M4

I: BanksAcree Agree 64 Year To Seek Answers Investment Daily Investor Club

1 By DAVE PRATT rut Industry foresees a return to freeze was followed In three next four to five year period." Organization such a* Mutual year, not to mention the normal
I Ledger Stiff Writer I overproduction."The year with overproduction ol "We need all types of research Florida Canner Association .. production problem we win encounter Want To ResignQ.
: The chairman of florid. Clt Industry.as I have said citrus-during that Interval the at every level." said the Fresh Fruit Shippen . When citrus start
I rue- Mutual and the chairman right from the very time of the Banks. "We cant Just stop anew and the industry-appointed advisory to bloom In February, Jt Is always -
i of Florida Citrus Commissionboth 1 freeze-has a space of three to Industry had done little to pre product research. Certainly committee on research interesting to see what'i .

agree that 1964 is a year: four years In order to see thai pare tt to cope with an over marketing research is working with the Florida Citrus going to happen." Acree Mid .
the Industry should use to plot we don't make the mistakes of have very Important" Commission have also furnished Past Year Reviewed Q. Two members .. our Investment sign Instead: of dividing afl the
out In advance answers to problems the freeze" Mid Sam Banks, "1 tried-through commission Banks predicted "1f we don'thave a "step In that direction," club wish to resign.
1 Acree looks back on the concluding stock the club owns a resigning
activities to what Our club operate as a partnership
that see
will arise within the chairman of the Commission cold and weather continues said Bank "With people like
I next five 1957 we can do with a (future) . year for citrus with "an and our broker bold all member usually get all thetlub'
years when the cit Banks recalled that the crop favorable I think (the citrus that I think we can achieve
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awful lot of groan because I stock certificates. Rather holding of just certain
-- - of 165 170 oar
to million total
10 IS of
crop) can go up to our goal ( preparing m advance -
think In the number of people the stock
of the stock
Banks Mid cent d the estimate for than sell some
per present overproduction)
who were affected (by the The number of shares the resigning
club owns, ta order to pay the
117 N. Kentucky Aw. "We want new ideas, new SS million boxes of orange
Problem Foreseen freeze) there were more pe0ple tee resigning members, we member receive, of
uses of orange Juice. We wantto *. 28 million of grapefruitand
lakeland break past the barrier of J J million of tangerine, he "Tm sure there win be problems who suffered serious financial would like to base the club's course k based on hit partnership
Just 30 cent of the people' estimated.But (In 1964)-there'* never losses than profited . major holding of stock divided participation in the club
e. failed to be problem," Bankssaid. "On the other hand this industry hrto equal lots and translated and the market value of the
Open 9 to 5:30 at any one time using concen: Bank stressed the In-
I proved once again that Han The choice of
trate."Twice. dustry must better learn how to, "All problems are majorto to each member-Including the stock he get*
I don't think do an unbelievable Job in which Mock wit be used to
there pay
a m: will two who are resigning.
Friday 9 to 9 we have had to go to len citrus a* the crop start to
crash ;ever be any time we will not harvesting and In processing hi Any shares left over after this off the resigning member is
program*-coupon program burgeon again.
have challenge the face of an emergency like usually made by a vote of the
to sell concentrate He Mid the upcoming reportof division. would remain to the
which cost tl.5 million each time Boot Allen and Hamilton, I "But working out problems that: we encountered" at the end club. The resigning members ctub's membership.If .
because of overproduction" Inc., management consultants r[ think that' the strength of of the year, would receive' cash from the the resigning member I*
Banks Mid who were hired by the commission this great rambling Industry Acree remembered the freeze club's ash reserve as paymentfor unhappy with the nock he
CHECK THESE VALUES "We need to have constant: to investigate and possibly . It's a growing Industry witha as occurring at a time when'many the shares left to the club take out of the club, he can
study for immediate use on additkmal .,streamline industry activities, lot of muscle. We're one of of us who were particu- Is this possible and practical? always ten them.
research for this Indus:win act a* a "blueprint" for the few (industries) I know of arty perturbed about this tre- What fees would be Involved Q. Isn't there some specialrule
SAVE try improving our present produce the commission as tt strive to -2 billion dollar industrywho nendou carryover of cxiocen- A. You have come up against for stockholder of E. I.
NOW! and hopefully Finding additional Improve and expand researchand can take a massive blow trite we had." The freeze a problem every investmentclub '.* Pont de NemouT* *> Convpany
new product," forecast m.rketinlHe Mid the like the freeze and not ran to solved that problem he Mid, most face, sooner or later, who receive General Motors
I W. Mu Acree chairman of agency would" present ft* first Washington." but tt also caused a general when member want oat Corporation stock from ..:
( 1.. Mutual "Well be producing 100 report sometime around Jan Said Acne, "Exactly like '"belt tightening- all over the What you propose is possible Pont? A* I understand. tt, dn
.or more million boxes In the 20 to 22. each preceding season (the season industry Your broker can Pont stockholders ... have to
of II6U4) to going to be avery "For the first week or II handle the details pay tuB Income Use on the
active season, full d new day tt looked like half this industry by instruct valve of the GM shares they
Rutledge iroMem* . We are already was dead," Acree Mid. lug the transfer reft....
Predicts entering those phase d probem "About N day afterward we agent for earl A. Individual du Pont stock-
wel *"we have encountefed before ,began to breath easier. becausewe of the stocks thrdub holder treat the GM stock they
found out we were still capable
own to Issue "return of
receive a* a capital
: Record Citrus Year Acres List PrsMem of amount processing of citrus an unbelevaMe . .- certificate 'A* a matt, they pip capital

8UPEflpR I II Iif. These problem. Acree listed, of for equal mm gam* tax only on the mount
"The ( concen-
I carryover ben of share
are: b1"idI the market value of
!I Robert W ftutledge executive t Recovery from the IK The offshore labor problem. ,rte" ) wan burdensome on Dec 10 each of tie (the GM share* they receive exceed
1 ..- vice president of Florida CHru freeze will continue with no (Clark Ghisehn. chairman of the I.. Acres said "but tt"was tub members. the tax-cost basis of the
PUIT i Mutual has canned through drastic setback I Citrus Industrial Council Mid very welcome on Dec II. I There'*_ : I du Pont shares they own.

his new calendar pad and made I. Actual production of orange the Industry ha* been granted I Job Still Remains. rule that theWYLE I nil to a most complicated
and grapefruit will be less bout a one-year unofficial May Looking ahead again, Acres broker mast charge you a commission situation one that defies simple
the following prediction for than presently forecast I before K must again open nego Mid "Our Job to Mill cut out for for this. But ho Just,example*. Most de Pont w khotden -
tftru for IMI : t, Coordinated law enforcement battont to Tight n move to set u*. No two seasons are the' might-.nles* you talk him out need Individual advice
J i OMtMHIltfV WM. spend more' against fruit theft will harvest labor wage at a McMnbour same . So far this current of It Me' certainty entitled to from accountant or lawyer
) M -M for Florid citrus, a f'fCoor4 save Grower* over II minion. I level, regardless season our Image II high (with' something, such as a service (or. at least, their brokers) to

\... -::--- ... 1M tn1Itiu II Mutual membership will of Individual productivity The the new crop). We ore most fee to cover an the paperwork get squared away,
--' ------ 2 Grower on4ree returnswill show another substantial Increase industry feet that wage teak ortunate M being able to cffet'l time and effort he trill hare to It come from the famout

SAVE ON WARDS GETTER exceed $190 million a record N fMwlKffUVt I the public a product of outstanding put m.And.. I anti-trust case ta which du Pont
INSIDE LATEX WAlt PAINT I Rutledge! consider IM at The tariff question' We've quality w..1 because this represents was ordered to dispose of h*
LOOK : 3 Industry research program having been a very frustratingyear bee alerted for weeks that cst markably favorable transfer of ownership of stock holding of GM Mock. If the
Dries In 10 Mi.vtee will be reorganized end with Nile actual progress nn and citrus juice* has been from the very t'eIpOnHIl from' DM club to each member du Pont stockholders (the owners .
truth or Roll On accelerated to keep citrus comWtftlVt -. made Mwugfc the industry 1i on the list of tariff Dem pro- Acne, a DrLand grower of the dub. transfer taws of tile company end of theM
o White end .....if.' and fVTOPlpVfXMM. | worked unsluiungiy bard pro tar wotfdJmv" Actvc started planting cities to IMO; (they're small) are required to Mock Involved) had to payroll
Colon Pan & Roller : 4, Competition for the "consumer's to maintain the status quo Mid, and now bat "several hundred be paid. I Income laces on the value

Oee. .. Tool to W..., fond dollar" wa be the I, "It's the hardest season I have I I FederanMmposed standards onocMtMrate acres" He to batf-owner of afresh Actually the method you of the GM shares, they would
Reduced Hew Complito I Sit most Intensive M history from I ever known because of an the which Acres My. fruit pecking house that people propose I* not the most have paid axes simply because
synthetic end rttrv. Import' oncertalMfe caused. by the,.are "MJvrtous, at least occerd-|has temporarily bee out of operation p wactlcaL The National Aria lihey! were arriving their sew
a* wen .* other fond. j I freeee," Ruttedg Mid. I'tog to our Mandardt,'* I *. I nation of Investment dabs'
I t Maximum protection from, He Mid. be feel the citrus. These problems, and the par! Bank can bimsetfU- paste on the word that most! So, a Federal law to correct
39 foreign eNrut pm nd disease Industry has been making a smew issue of tonvasing rev year operator," He bead Lakeland dubs use the following method the tat etttfstlofj wa* passed
66c will be provided j markabte recovery from the .1 ran* "are w, k M for stall packing G. Ito settle with member who re'earty' to IM2
1 I, The hid ..."." citrus crmber IK fast, enpnclall) --- -
Gollon tariff reduction wnl he carried a* compared with the original 1
t* the highest. Mtkortty'Awake' I out!** I

rill MtTAl AGITATOR WITH Advertising Hit JANUARY


tau HU tD-JRU PAINT CAP In Washington Hcaring

By Florida Citrusmcn

I .p. ... ,h
> I'racf'lll'! again whet lhflortda Sigurd Anderson, a former toecrane
) Citrus mduMry cxmuden of South Dakota, ComMMtr Y.'" .....

'II I mulMd ng .dvfnitmg topromtMfcM ... A Everett Mac)* ...,., ......
of a new tyre John N UlioeVtrk. OMCU-
drink, ..A...".." were votcwd synthetic toWattungioo cwt dwwrtor of the FTC DantH ...,. ...,.

I i More the Fedora J. Murphy, director and .t W..h.
r tt* I.9i Trade Comm***** Monday aft M >r W, Duo. ecttng chief, of
I enmtMi by Sam A Bank. their the diviMM of food ted dnv 4
man of Hand Cftrui CnmM, dvtfUMng Bureau of Doc*>
: 1 won, and Homer C Hoc.*.' cwt Praam, end Chart* A

I- QMMMMKM general manager. Sweeney, dirt of loud and drug

i E Butt Wbler ilL norney I a4vrtug.
for FCC. JM appeared M theIwanst
._- !

: i Hews Mid tin oral MwtMMnyw 1 ConstructionLevel

Oi *M b* followed up by a wni, 'L
ten kiwi on the matter w**rfc HighIn :
l L he said would be toil. M Wai*.
Mfhwby the end of ike we**.
.. -J 1 "We made our<< pitch and I
think we bad S receptive audience -
," Houk MM )..*terdaymorning GAINESVILLE TV ,
ON WARDS second btftwct level of month .

: Bank Mid the Federal Trade,ly activity M new nonfarm
SUPER HOUSE PAINT Commission representative *buildiild c cat ucito author
were nonromnnnal but prom wad in Florida .to the lust II.
*ed "they would lank wo tt," month of |*O .M aoawrd to .1'w
Fine** Unteed Oil '." What Ike Com MI mo. to opto October

Vet* posing idv misting of the: The total value reacted till. PERCALES i
Tested 25 Yeert tobeaed "...**.) concentrate farMMUtMw .1 .M.M Mober e-e :
44 orange ..." whwb. uuiuct released by the l
MiUew '..,at... purportttake" N (upenur Bares of Economic aad Buss REDUCED !

4uG. to orange juice and wrgee. con- sew Research of tile UotverciQ, : r G
SAVE NOW! turners to forget pure of Honda q JAYt ON WAUS FIKtSTcoktuo
A (utce because ike new ')ora.1 i
The L
bighect level s i reached
GALLONIN II super tai aAdiertuMig U.. .. . ,.
July of dill hat aid except .
-. -
10UIlS oil [ltt1S material for], - UIOUTOIT nno TO
IN 4 CAUOHCAU for that BMOM Octuber war theRichest : rl !
ROUSE PAINTS AwaVe," a product of General!' level reacted M sea) uSSlKf* '' AUUtJ YOU Of TOP WAUTT
COSTING Metal MOLE Colloi 4.99 Foods, Inc. awe the flavor: month Uses ike record kid ml)
Single of juice de
genuine orange July INIIn .a a
ao.tinoutoftinersages October. 1.5If new noaarm .
that go Wo it. implying;( 75reg.
dwettutg uuu were au-
real orange juice flavor vane thorued 1 r
banging the total for
ink the weather Hooi Mid,
the year to M.XO. Bat.d o* ;
yesterday. i the construction rate of tie fuss 2.19
"..'.w held our Mm high
II months ltd continued to bea

standard concentrate)(on no hotel matter orange what better yew than the previous twin, lot or fitted

die condition of the crop K.",three years. ( LF4
Bank said "..... think there BOlio Topped Only Mi* smoorti Imttk of'_ CC 4wd CO*>
I ion ptnel. coo owe WOOl suck l KM.
are several thing that are bad Total coasuucuon for the W and onhf VVo, con aw lo '
about this advertising" cost II months of 1K1 _a* valued ol luck o to -"' Sara.d bottom ......
I Hunks declared both the adveituung .t ti.iM.in.ooo Ibis it a ot ooMtf of oU totted trytn lo put onelotKxtd .
and labeitog of tilt prrceouge mcreaie of ( I percent :: comen sm ck for oot" brrfUgMvcigki. -
FOR E&P RcH new frozen untutton concentrate over 1161. The total for ..._ II.-- ... ._ ...,.,
are "nuskading j the same penod of 9Q ..asJl.OSS.liS.OUO cc ct c- sfona. H>o Uo Mvcodi par 14.nch .
O u> long orReoulor .
Banks Mid tile three of themabased
PAINT -- ;
i ; --r./ l)9 <., iw* IUW
the Federal Trade Commission -
The Talbhauee-Nunb. Florida 9 -lc- Hot. or bleed siyio . . I. JlUgulo'
a kinescope reproduction
are bad the highest increase I
09 pew pikkMrco noWh.t -
of "Awde's" television ?
of construction duringthe \ 1 fir, a Sot pond M 2 Iw 9Se i
commercial and example of first M month suit a SS1 ir
( i
the product' puMishnd adver percent n.e. \t i e

J Using. "Anaie" M presently The largest decrease u budding
being market tested u De construction MM recorded,
Maine nd Omaha. w the Duval county netropol-
SAVE ON Bank recalled the Comm itaa are with a drop>> of 1$ percent
sloe appeared before the federal
WARDS FINEST FLOOR PAINTFOR organuaUon about a year
ago to protest advertising of
,another General Food HEMLINE DRACHMA .n
"Tang." powdered LOUISVILLE. Ky. J. Mrs
Reg. 1.9S product At that time the Commission Wilson Batty M anti wonder!!
..Use Inside or Outside won us CAM and mg bow a Greek com found us
"Tang" advertising implying it way Into the hem of a tightly
Hitched alma.
was made from fresh orange
o Tough, Durable Finish' ices revamped. After the dress was dry-
"1 think we nave a stronger cleaned once, she noticed: an
Withstand Weather A reason to protect now than we unusual weight investigated and
... Foot Traffic did with Tang.' Hook Mid discovered the coWL There war
QUART this morning no tear anywhere u the garment

FRI..SAT.ONLYI a..: UI Hearing the three Florida
citrus official was a board The coin was a II
GAllON 4.99f. made up of Federal Trade worth about 3ya draCbma'j+ 117 N. Kentucky Ave. Open Daily 9.5:30 Fri Til 9 P.M.

,Commission vice chairman, money I

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I Carlton Announces Re-Reaistration Headauarters For PolkBy I

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RONNIE STUART some nights to be determined''t South Fort Meade; 79, Buf- -- ---- ---
Ledger SUff Writer at a later date. turn; M, Tiger Bay.
BARTOW Re registration I Felons Not Eligible To register at the FROST,
and headquarters for various cities i To be eligible to register a PROOF city hall are residents' '
communities 63-.1
County were announced hi PoOl: person must be 21 years old. of Precinct' 14, West Frostproof:t i A decree
yester must have resided in Florida and Precinct M, East Frost norANOTHER
day visor by of voter Hugh Carbon sago."for at least 12 months and hi proof. .
Polk County for six: months and To
Carton said precinct deputies register at the MULBERRY -:
must be a citizen of the United
hall residents
lure been appointed for the city are of
various precinct of the county States. The citizens saidnaturalized Precinct II. North Mulberry I POLK FEDERAL DIVIDEND
M that voters be : must pre and Precinct II, South
reregistered MIIfbm'y'1
sent their naturalization papers To at the .
without having to make a trip when register ,
to Bartow. registering. HOUSE on Road sooth,
Persons who have been con of Lakeland are
Although voters residents of ,
may register
at the registration office hi victed of a felony are not eligible Precinct 4. .t".i1a: and Precinct
Bartow registration until their 54. Fountain Heights.
at any time prior to
civil rights have been
the closing of the book on April This also Other precincts and locations '
applies to withave .PDI11fDhIAI SAJ1/IGS
4. Carlton expressed hope tha been declared mentally in- where residents may register
ad those persons who possiblycan COITIpdenl. are: .
will register, with their precinct Persons may register at the Precinct 3. Kathleen- Lion's AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND
following locations:
Hours Flexible LAKELAND AREA Voters I 7, Green Pond-w. J. -
The rereglitratlen was in the following precincts tray Parker residence. 3419
brought about by the complete register at the Lakeland CIvIc Precinct 8, Providence dut Florid. Acs..t Lemon H.
realignment of voter precincts Center. Northwest Lakeland House Dade CIty Rd. 2600 S. Florida A.,..
"lie realignment was an act of Improvement Association build I Precinct I, Bradley-RandalTs
the county commission,. whichwas mg on North Webster Avenue Variety Store. '
acting under power of a or the Lakeland county branch Precinct II. Highland! CIty -' fttX 1UEP.AL
legislative act. office at Main Street and Massachusetts old Post Office buiMmg. MGS&LOAitASN 789,960
Carlton said the heirs at Avenue: Precinct II. AKuras-I. A E.' PAY SAY
which a person may register I Precinct 10, Morton; 25. Pine Store. ,
las been Ml up to the discretion wood; 3t, Lake Wire: 27. Eastgate Precinct K Homeland-Marm 'TMtgou 0 "'
of the precinct deputies. : 42. Cleveland Heights; 42Hnilingswo 's Grocery.
However, he added that the the 44 Dixieland; 4) Precinct n,Willow Oak-Som- Polk Federal Savers OCUTION
three registration sites In Luke Webster: '4* Golf Manor: U. tree Store. .
bud will be open I a. m. to S Sylvester Shorn: M. West End Precinct 20. Polk Oty city
p. m. weekdays after JaIL J. M, Wabath: ST. Swindell: .. hafL
Carbon also said the Lake- Bella Vista; 72. Parkland: 71 Precinct 22, Loughman-Addi-
Und offices will be open Lake Parker; 74. Lake Bonny; son's More.Precmct .
_-- W. Beacon h fII.. 22,Carpenter's Home .vew rss.o.a irvs
WINTER HIVE AREA - rprttters Home Lobhr. '
] voters hi the following pee Precinct 24. Tflghman-Rodney .
Today dnctt may register at the Winter Duf lance rrsidrtice,
Haven my hafl Precinct 24. Davenport-city
5 In Pr'fdnd I 20 Nurtkftt Winter .. hall S9,960XOt! That's he amount paid out to snort Polk Federal Savers for 1963' If
I h.,". $l. Southwest Win Prectwct" 21, Lake All,.. -
tar Haven 21, Northeast Winter city hat YOU didn't get YOUR than, thtr*'* no bttttr lime ta begin your savings program town
i HistoryBy : Haven: 4t, Southeast Winter Precinct )/. Eagle Lake city lint thing tomorrow morning
Haven.; *2. Cypress Gardens hafl
THE ASSOCIATED paw U Uke Region. 4. Precinct II. Lake 'lamhwl-
Today Is Wednesday Jan. I. 1 HartrUgeBARTOW cNyhafl.Precinct.
The 1st day of 14. There are AREA Voters In 91 Lake of the finsStokes '
XS days left hi the ye rTodays . I die following prf'tWU' may regseer Grocery Star Lake. and more for 64
higMifM ta hisniry I at the cmmryNrttlh registration' reetntt M.Dmdee-cMy rafl t.t a-t.tta.-w--w---
On tti* dew M |.*t fret. Precinct 14. Oombe-Core
dent Abraham Unmhi Mined .Precinct J. Bestow, 2A. nwMty Building (where election
the EmsnripaMn Pratt mt Him ',....... U. 1M'f'ftIft: P.4.HaditL II lipid J.I'ftrinct.
.flktl freed mm thin three. I ... dear"..**: M. PiercnGimpanycrai FREE ,/.w.: GREEN STAMPS '
tnilm human hewn bournslavery ,Armmrt7.. finrdonvclle +tntissary \
tAU MALLS AHLA-Vo Precinct Jv, Coviiwn v nw -

On hit ate M Ink teNnug precincts mayregister OnnnersvNte Gnnty Right NOW yon get FRtE JW Green St.MP f)
I Precinct 44. Sahara Park-Me47. -
.1 IN I\twt4. Prover
la IT7'$, Georyt ,...Wi.tMirsMed It..tl E Centtal AIMtIIK strsre.Precinct siren you sees ot folk FederallHUt'S '.

for the Vital tem, the! AvelYactnit! westen d-Din HOW IT WORKSI
flag of the United Cakmtet wMJ S tarn
Its I) Merge nd cad .-. If Nurthuert M East Lake Uke Wales Wales i SI.;Imrt+dnct loony... ......-f'...." Oven lor.gee win t.armors our ...H..,......e..age N pr.4wPt
stripes and the crosser of M bmbiwtst tale Wale. 71. lif*j., ...... Lake SWrp' Heights, ........I Green Vf
Andrew and U. Owrs* Pm... M. ladles UM ba-
,.,..: x. cwtww: : n. Ihgb Teen AMOUNT YOU Wilt 0ICMM
!. MIL the U J. furred Knot,lend tate'i -CummynMy Cemtr. Ar- J
P.f1'1., Scenic P.rA..tJR'1UU \
weirs ....,.. ef.rsti4ns4N wale ...... ttoo too
IMt, the Am pear tntytTtuto : AltU-V"1 Paint B. Eaton Parttt $200S100 200 -.- ,
from World War II ft'i. the AtAwndaki area may B M was signed hy the United Ktatvdam. register .1 the Awhumditetrtpal .... 1400 400 f

India and ...... ending'. BMMg on west Park.1 Precinct $t, Cr>Kl taU $$00 ., more 1000 ,'
the Maw .C hnMf >. fcmtPrsctoK:
that l* fihrfterH Workitmp lor Htndi-
to lit2 g. M."I Narth Awhurard The minimum number of stomps wt con glue' out it
riles capped.
war f. Britain W; .. Soothed AalwrMale: l'tfdftrt St. Ui C.teonliiJs's 100. The rnoRimum number of llompt it '1000.
*; >. .te- 4g. Southwest AutMntdale; CT'I I Real rtt tiara Dad Only on ttomp gilt per occounl, pltOM, ond re.inw. ,
TM yours aoof ..111e ........jMlrtuar.. Artrru, R, Oiy Highway.i'nrciad i,ing current dividends con'l count,
lUlU ma*** ike JMcti M.rtwsaiy .1 $l. R-w1.4anerh
of ksl Mdepnidiencr 1' lUJMI"- aiY A LAVrtmM BapiM Chuith CAN Comer.PmMrt .
,ws PraM, the faNowiM prrctortire may!,INghway t2. /h8hKfh8hIh1sFIND
FM >,are .*. lima. ..... .r at the cy hap ofIIUMM il. 3.. PtoMMUn ..
Bat M micmd at Cub4 dry I I IPr Offk' .-((,.. Ph>4)>> Lake Re- ASSOCIATION OP lAKtlANO
prrMdmt and Rod tow tule to] ciKt II South lUtnt,gum Peveiup.Carp AND LOAN
the DdRUMTM R CWhhC M 1 1cM Cy 71. Nanh.t t !<**.. CHy.l I PrrrwtOrorrry. K. ,.'ahnNUaiiy>*
Castro's rebels awed few 74), Nanh."" t HMW Cy j( Rifle Range Road
tr hj havens oar MEADC U.4-\'''< On yar age Dwaurratu: .. the Mlowing precincts marrficur > Uwiaad' Sates farmen aprod CIIIIUi-.- 'l.1l "Ie ..... --
t**. Hubert Ken cl OI.:&h roa'diedMW'adngtietthe at the Fort Mead cy m billion to PI billion .mwaly 'UJ' -
ar.tail for tmdt sad Iot'n'bI Iii
sit, PreoKt I. North Flirt Mcd; nrudw* crop -









Or.ly4, Reg .19.00 Or.\y2 Reg 19995 Only I Reg. 11900 Only 3 . . . . . .


Only 2 . . . . Only 2 Reg 23995 : . . Only I Rep 170.00 . . . Only I Reg 349.95


Only 1 Rey 9995 . . . . . Only I Reg 24995 . . . . . . Only I Reg. 42995 . . . . Only I R S199


Orly I ; . . . Only 4 Rag 319-95 .E.Z.E.R. . . Only 4 Reg. 299 95 . . . . . Only 8 Reg 269 95 .


Orry 2 Reg 5 95 . . . . . . . Oo'ly 2 Reg 199-95 . . . . . Only I Rey. 169 95 . . . . Only 100 Values to 3 99 . . . .

23" CONSOLE TV $99 14,500 BTU AIR COND $179 11.6 CU. FT. REfRIGERATOR $156 23" TV CONSOLE $49-

Or\y.: Reg 179.95 . . . 0,112 Reg 229.95 . _. Only' J Reg 189.95 . . Oniy I Reg 16995 . . .


Only 2 Rey. 139.95 . . . . Only 4 Reg. 299.95 Only 2 Reg 279 95 . . . . . Only I Reg 379 95 . . .

$288 $217
;;: I Reg. 179.95 . . . . . . Only, 1 Reg. 189.95 . . . . . Only 5 Reg. 369.95 . . . . . . Oniy i Reg. 289 95 . . . . . .

IT $139 $217 $148
Q-ry Reg. 179.95 . . . . Only I 1 Req. 249.95 . Only I Reg. 289.95 . . . . . . oniy 2 Reg. 19995



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>*_ LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday .. I, 1K4 Lenfesty'sAppointmenf GoldwaterDecision I Southeast Asia Offers

i' Series Of Auto Crashes Johnson Tough ProblemsBy

Reported At W. HavenWINTER I SPENCER DAVIS fit Laos, the 1962 neutraliza*

Confirmed WASHINGTON (AP)-Among host formula worked out at Ceo I
had produced no magic
HAVEN The first iWinter Hiven. A total of SISCdamage / the wortd'i trouble spot none eva
traffic accident of 1964 m WIn- was reported and no' TALLAHASSEE Frederick ,' Due FridayContinued confronts President Johnson In'cure Under continued pressure
!from Communist North VietNam
ter Haven came at 12:30 o'clockthis one was Injured. Thorn Lenfesty Vtee 19M with problem more combustible
j and Communist China, lit
morning when a hit-and-run Auburndile, like Alfred and president of Pensacola Junior, and unpredictable thin tugged

driver struck a car and fled the Haines! City closed out the yen College yesterday was approvedby ( From Page One) Southeast Asia. !and tripartite pulled government among It* left. right
aeene. list night without a serious col the State Cabinet Board of' There were more questions
and neutral factions was
Helen Kestenon. 2307 12th St lision. A minor accident on prl Education as president of Polk a brief call liter today to drop thin answers available is the towards reunification

NW. said her car was struck rate property was reported aiHiines Junior College. off a present. new' year begin with tightened no progress
of the divided country.
at the comer of 17th Street City The PoHc School Bards selection WKh Bob will be the left.tor'llISyear1lld Communist preemie on the rich, Thailand remained calm but
and Lake Howard Lake Alfred two small) 't mother", Josephine. diverse and
Drive Dam At of Dr. Lenfesty also was, : strategic region In the of the storm
age was estimated at SlOO children were reported missing approved by the State Junior who makes a pant of never with 2iv million people. wary placed

Two accident late yesterday it 4 a.m. today, but were found College Board before the cabinet : missing a birthday party or U.S. experts acknowledge that Its more new reliance government on a U S. defense
i\ New Yea r'1 cetebrition.OoMwster .
afternoon next door with another \ : :
were reported.In sleeping gave final confirmation.ftate the Communist guerrilla war in commitment under tU Southeast
the first at S:07 p.m.., a child.: School SuperintendentTom planned to watch. South Viet Nam's delta region
Asia Treaty Organization
the football bowl tel
three-car crash at Fifth Street Barley described Lenfesty \ games on has reached serious but not

i and Avenue C Southwest injured as "admirably fitted for the evision. An aide said the senator fatal proportions as the new I Beset internal troubles,
Fire DestroysW. ,...,. is especially interested in
two person job. He was selected two revolutionary regime headed by in JtJ
/I. ..r e the Cotton Bowl battle between Burma borrowed deeper
Mother Hurt weeks ago by the school board Gen Duong Van Minh straggled
Haven HomeWINTER A Texas and Navy.Proposed isolation from the West ;
Anna L Spicer suffered abrasion I and the Junior coHege'f advisory 4l. to get Its feet on the ground. PorswdN
HAVEN-Fire of undetermined committee t* Phone Booth The whetherthe I Antl-Maliysla Plea
of the arm and her big question was
daughter, Anna Sue Spicer, suffered origin destroyed the Lenfesty, a native annual of'Tampa Barry Mom OoMwiter wn military council, backed by In another cornet of Southeast
l a whiplash of the neck. home of J. B. Mffler. a citrus: wit hired at an glary born on a clear cold New massive American aid, could Asia Indonesia' atriden

\ They reside at I40J Seventh businessman, last night The of $15.000 He to scheduled 10 Year' Day of 1909 hi Phoenix, gain the support of the predominantly -I"crush: Malaysia" policy ww

Street, SW Damage to their home was located at Lake Howard 1 arrive hi Poflt County around the territory of Arizona. This rural population hi time pursued vigorously by President

car was estimated at 1475 Drive and Avenue B. SW Jan. IS to begin planning the was the second: anniversary ol to turn the tide.Cambodia 11 Sukarno Hit travel to

Robert L Farrefl, Columbus The home was heavily damaged !uled opening In of the college: ached the wedding of his parent. Leaves Ship Manila scheduled for early" January
Ohio, was uninjured In the accident and alt the furniture was Baron Goldwiter, a struggling"hoenra signaled a new effort to
but hit car sustained damage destroyed. Firemen fought the merchant, and Joseph- There Is lets talk now of withdrawing keep the Philippines aligned to

I of U50.Donald Maze hi unusually. high winds Inc Williams a nurse who hit twcMhirds of the confrontation against Malaysia. *

Dykes, 1(10 McAdoo The family was said to be Big Election come to Arizona eight yean min I).S. force from Viet 1..0fIG.1 With British help Miliysia's

St.. Bartow. was charged with attending a New Year dance earlier because of tuberculosis.: by 1965. leader Tonka Abdul Rahmin

failing to obey a stop sign and and no one was at home when Year Ahead HAW IIITHDAY' TO Mtl-tM* Gin CWto k ..**,*. It was also on a New Years Prince Norodom expected to hold the new North

Causing the accident Damageto the fire started tar fir, < ** *, ...< ...... *"
his car: Wit estimated at S200. No estimate of the loss was .hum. !> *. Ceil, ...tl...r *f M,. .*4 "'fl. ,. D. CirtM .. JOI IH hat the Republican conserva-: considers the battle already but if the kite of tnbversion
A minor accident: occurred at made but the damage was expected For Polk Syt._ lN& .etiuld' red hick h Iona lie .. eh- Ins live leader proposed to his wife, lost. He hastened to divest and border war heightened, the

Sixth Street and Avenue D to be high, firemen said der at 196L-eh-.. >. Int V.kf k.r. to Ltli.l.*4 sins f"f. *ik he former Peggy Johnson hi a his neutral kingdom of new country vowed to take the .

Northwest, Involving car: driven An investigition Wit to be (Continued Prom Page One) Im at Iee.ad ...., ... _.t INS ..Mi he. >." at1dfI. crowded telephone booth near,American economic and mM- case to the United Nation 0.1' .'
by Str.hInn' of Eagle made today to determine the .. 1"- If Ner.ml l 'he baflroom of the Robert Hotel tary support and has threatenedto diplomat worked hard behind '
take. and Kenneth Darren of came of the Mate I f-aketend. and Ray Mattes of --- -- -- -- __ m Muncie, Ind. I )OM a formal alliance with 1,the scene to avert war and pro
.. ,. ,
-- - ---- Wiener Haven already have Ootdwater selected the site:Communist CL't! 4 unless West I mote a negotiated' settlement

"Ar-I--'IIIIII I II Indicated thai they wilt seek Johnson Lauds Plan f or hi* proposal after Peggy and East Jnhi In a pledge' tojI Southeast Asia Kretch 1.14

re-election to theWith Florida had stepped into the booth toelephone !guarantee Cambodia' neutral mile from east to west, 2a,Smiles

j Hone t ltu New Yeir's!I Ky. front fkortn to aWutli
I Griffin probable irk greeting to her mother la Phoe-

SHOALS AT. : ite candidate. hM teat m i..e MX. J JI
\ Hone %HH be Of if A. It n Ptot (Continued From Page One) I U.S. To Back Viet Nam,

FLORIDAPHARMACY : likely that there will be any kifted a .bill. to regain that an IWJ campaign to raise ISO mflto Road Deaths I
lMJfli,t W UlMWltf: teethe Johnson Assures Chief
\ Import of wand product and bon for Negro colleges, The Unit.sawed -
\ pmt In fact, the test MK*. Member be slumped' with tflll Negro College Developmentthe

e: ca dhte w* make hit eh.eu name of the exporting conncampaign has raised IN mmNon Not HeavyFor SAIGON, South Viet Nam' Jcmi pfHtrt S0 Hi Viet
4 Suwi ewhie. try Canada had objected far (AP) President Johnson as-,Nalffl would become MCKftftiMfC .

Leave fasts ""tr_ M this ni' ? tort* capable OT driving the lot
HolidayBy lUred South Viet Nam today the

lU P.th.. W* M.Aes N N. MK A....' ,:n There trill be kin interestM Harry Briefed H-Bomb Is United State wol stand beside personnel from the field so be, adowmg"pi Og'cstH C 'ef1 S.

the CXWflty raves Wl 1tIt4. Ceshred with I"sat-ns.a! tilE ASSOCIATED PRESS the embattled Asian MUM ai withdrawn,"

,.,4'IIIIIIII : tot the fir i rime MImVtt malystop. ..... he Md shut 10 Kansas Coy.ha. De Gaulle's Traffic death to the nation tang a* US. men and arms an I..sees n Mid he was pleatedH

WHlfWffkftil ceaetypasta ., to IIfifI former President I during the New Year holiday needed In the itrutgta against' tear from MeN.", ..... toM
"III hew three aorta- .liar, $ Tf'tIM.1 011 aatierhdad today appeared rwinm below fMlIiIt ef1ihi.
? | I retvntty' v-.Aed SoMh Viol Nan,
100 EXTRAS ; us-lab sanddaee old ilfftifll tI re4iettlsnJulia prevhw.ye.n . tIIIoeffI.$..... afalei.Ptedatned 64 Goal .lormil cvmpared U a nonnoday Johnson alto Mid the United .,..tienm.gslsieslk phMf4

HMo4 I' Untied period. hate* will nfiuRiM any effort HneutrattM Oamoahs.. 1ft
D W4id ftItif'M la the !Mates Custom Year Fairer. (CoMMWKd From Page One) Highway death shoe the Viet ham, I MhttMince's also peeled MiMi for tntoftlipwt to
year M UK **n*? of, lad .ft AWWtesWI Hurt PWIWl* and nan of due count at JUI a.m President Ohariet d. At standard of ItviIgwlaadtalal ....

Green ; Otw tarn BfyiMt i pKiiifiaJamet ) the weed d M rrh I a* "Save mhtuler which Mutd nut t<> by loin time Tuesday wen U far Canto. appear" to favor. 51 the people."Ise ,
p d&f. Stamps L Rudest W Ml the win psir vision" Welt ttoMet" below the 1ft fatalities reportedto I. the eaerptio

..... I.,. ..... ..... f Ito De c-..... rvpreMed tape that ito c m"ralfprrtod during View Shared d 10
\1 Urged .* utentia s support pay NIIIIUY 1"utgmesemM
J y be a tetubd.le fit.MI the Soviet Union and other last ......'* ChrMma hoWIiy la a New Year message t*. and pinpler Joke.'Is .

1 term his VIM IfUW\I Communlai bloc nation* to E . Tto New Year boMayixrtod 1 M.J.| Gen. Ding Via. Moth. tiadoded.
Wit" Mia. c..,.. $300 _.it, |f idMI %o be lettedCVwew Fireworks rope would nmtinue to ImproveretotMM td al nwdirtght thief of the mwftary rMN'

l .., ...f'C..... of M apes has sued formally vM the went. His rotate ...w Add ...,.,toII4tltl'l what. Jeherus aid: i

aMMMMred that to HH not DMgM M mention Catft..1 "The U. S. government atoml TrainCarCrash
111.0 pw ....., .. .. $d.hde, lea, t. 1,661 for u. uoHefXtr. MctoM Blast Kills China, which has ..... seeking Heavy MOW ta wide arras la th %WwV Of JpOVf J$% ftWW?Hl
tic hIM created laard.rsLivia
Iriead et frt Chat towM cower treat tie, wn retarded that .IwMratvaitMi'. of" South
V"'IIIIIIA': farm to a ten cue. 5 Hurts 16 as a pointed onuitton.D I trsdilana i but trafficdeath Viet Nam Is wnaorepnMe, Aiai Kills
...... or revel k pnvaw We G**.. Mid ito reputation; M most. of, ito atom belt: beg the CooMwaoist regime;

It". $1.1 cs..t\\l j D, H flea 1" flMeo. CHARIPhiOH, tC (AP) of trance birthrate. owe plagued. by aba i were Traffic not heavy fatahttet d.Hng ft*i M North Vift Nam prrMM onHi 'Two Youths

1 1 Mineral 1 Oil 986o.rsvoi.roo rtet of" the crew} neat lsrpore hive pmmM ww Idled and H grew hy nearly II moMto this sear averaged a":= pulley wwtraMraHM -i
Quart .001... and total
w I star now Viet Nw
tine two _* M, his ore ta .cud ,......, aigMfurewati ',se. hon. about II? a diy, for a totalfuss of! (OaatMtwrd boss Pact One)
...... ed his I only to anaiher MWM forOammmMM a
a. I ,meet s4M espkdw4 .j Many sit one day *.. a : takeover. h0peai. .bM ito ear,
I fre leveled a twwy aspvtmaikN were ito IW death
Ito three itentnabiwfi . shark M pistil. CharteMon. (raart" of lot music Mkabit'Dixie tall. wM nurpas rte rtoafd total JohatM Mid to had bar o,- drive by Martin. sin travel'Sag t
aau, he said, IU Read
I ml. I hued ofbopeM palatal Midtto of .... death M IM& prt..*.4 by DrfeM fctcmaiyRobert lest on Spica
ChirtrtWI GawMy polite ai huh rw of e ... Ww
I. McNamira and U S I fw
la there The National Safety CouaHl
L"TISSUE S pled ) hie wwts were sand la aback kaaford was a***** *. Ito
\ KLEENEX FACI : war no .w4tM<*w lo ch.lb of UvMgMioii'f iwend' HasUnhcard had Hinted that brtwrra |M AmbasMdor Piece, Cb aadHonprr
MM shout *tto serious saoatwha" puddle of" ito rat Sat
*.t UlMH dWMMf Of :and $hpersona aught tow theirlive lodf:
Not wild irnaarVft. I cwat bled la traffic betweenI M South Viet N...'. war' was M the right bindode
Haa They vessel Iran* building id ai a .* mishaps of
the ffwM neat
:\ .
.s the Of I ... New Year Eve aadaMdalcht against Ito Vwt c.m'
\1 1MAA4' "fIPId trusty irRtMMa paint for ftrrwoiV oSira A t lwoia ..'sc-mam0 .a*
4'"4'" 3 f.cUt $1.00PERMANENTS fballrageChartea Eaphte | ito tofoliy pertadIt taMghi. period of 35hair. lit lrav 4wt at about *. M Na

was Ml knees bow moth II'Snow Depth .. I ........ 1'Ie1gr1 tour MAtt oa ito AtUauo.
Caofwr. kurt 0 a' An AtMciaied Press
tie ntta** tnawrial Sat The Vessel States .Mpaut olea Caatt lice RaarMd 'NC..
a4 Mils aB oftV
Gauge for a noaaioMiy period of" t
eared tto ...... bad I OMMW4 Im and The engineer Sal Hear
4' .Uad. hew already unsacred M ore ( Peg OM) hour. teem U *l a m. Tuesday.! ton you your
; ea.utaim aiap8ia i< ito cause wahh tM BdWe a.*a.ur* Dr .y Asdaws of
w. that MIl toc Doc H 1.11 ge
,. llQ try aM uf Tateesue, The Crral $aml M a M Thaalay.Dec. "
h "- *. .K. for "I retitftijr For the ;: us e. Mnwauiat M T.aa.MH.o wort'MewMd >y II thawed m ir*** faulMS. ., suppael in ewe ha. *** tight. Ted Seethes M
..... .....
-. ., CII A traar4rabr Imuided Silk ..
: IIIIH Corny I rf slammed ..
: JI.ro CJAL0d.w tNew gal sup a at lathes .. Y'jNla Tie aids M
j TburaMI Jr et Watererseug sae. HaPdhs.eM sal ..15514away Tto Un ma New Yaar't foci "We ateatoin
...... 'hoard the .... ,.4./ Ml lrat tale af Iran
0... le, Ha,.C rsfiiioaOy. tram lilt war af tin bwM I oa I .'....*..*,. ia MOT. there, .Americas pI'f-.I' hid, .ad was WaaOed ot foot by
59 t ra ... CallAs ........ odd. a assist ''Mj
aMkum tto -- 1M . blurt skrhlD Eaglaad :woe H* irN dated chows at ) led ...... M Nwa MidH'yp .

... Aaamsg .. 4ea Sill toto aaaduea 'I Ito anew storm headed. Into the paid Item f 1'm. Now j M ai*evtM Wnrlusy" was U"*MI from Ito

1ft. $J.n .t/II1" .... M a4aavi cor I. rg.a tins. Ito .... hoed. pale vnrawctw ,Ytari E'. t* aMdai.hi of bite'Yar'e 1 car, Marts. ... Ms Sanford -
.. ... amadid nanhaard from Day. AiUJ.IGUf'T MiDE hdtad MMaatte.
law to Tea a ibiMmjc M tin wore
b1 MYADEC The forM of" ttofcanrtad Masts I
., ; waved tar IM a.>air fraatRMU. dust ant it..aaah., Ca. to P uauulh.N. .I I During UK **eVi ..4wuflChnu THE HAGUE (AP) T" .aty PIM.. of led tmanhtd car
VITAMINS Ranh of" UUUal maoaiy H. I MS tohday period there,one WIll Dutch sea sad sam-' wore strewn er a wide area,
of rbMaw.
of the read a aa
; Then will pnrihibb be vart- .tart. PUn-aUn .>.au.t M at> s..o till alas IWII& sure JM deem on :III haghsayMummers 'M have bees traaiod 51." by, Nd\hIU npiasl d. 1M...
tea oitor Marisa w UM race area M Nw fcjujUad end Urnperawrta ,Ito Carnegie FouadiUna a ",*t' tar was lie sd Tl feet fmntto
least other
$5.45 two birtMmt* sure .
\ limit o. Op11.tS sad tees thould be iw thortTto ........ a few degree blow j ,m tau agranaa seek M Cameroon -: petal of .**pa..t
Jf sg1 d o aiuaa s 10 Nt KMed ...rt Aires HenaaaHaa t*.o sumo reported w pan of Parade' a* pan of I DHick Peace!I The double I..... brought
hlMouaa VitcwMia tad aortaem Alnca Polk Couaty's 1M1 Inffc lilt
0 JIQu' ahoa ,T. Cavaaaah Beach, Ga.; | Corps, The group treat M
ftamus One of the lowed she
p S I 1 terms of Wes aavbera ednta G&&ud. IT. Reset MeCay. Postponed Afterri'Protest I arbor this maMk
'f" mark waIT M Ubaaoa, NHA [
1 ER i of Ito coxaiy toman M aad JoUay fko.. 11. -
CAR ,', MM will **.*!. UM setae .. III ChaauSa aad a aItdm.d ....' much '

'-I ,,,,, 33c :I, Esparted to sash. r*.eW..ia Ms bay Ttotr bakesIstuluudis 'lor pine prevailed of the ....M... moat A sa Threat @bttuarteSaabors 5 I

\\ ''. are Muy4 B Woad. of MaHula j die MIll of Ito" ...... d throughout
: 11 t
$6 ::., '' Atria Castes of the C 0 a a It \I PHILADE1.PHIA (AP) nc-

\ rRt \ MITSUI Combfe Read tad Tto lajuivd tailudod aoveraleaiaa. !';awe of the nasal: cute. Da- asa it New Years D y Mum f' JAMES EDWARD rtuuirs Mp Co. sal a mean.

\.1... "Jr" L W (lea) DMMKM of .'ialet ... Horhen UvMUjstua |lhWNWt warn abuse weather Ituoul keptik.perawrel l llk !I'meA parade threatened withdeanattrauoBi 1 James E4 unl PhtHitia, itof .,1 br of ito $t. Joseph Catholic

; Have., Tto .. & ,. M err ol Ito aaariot S.itorwutl to protectIplaaaed net Edtewood Dm*. died China
$1.00 Heme far SooU> .ut. Sits
uls ia tile
.... that at least IMO of the three ) bun Hit wife end I > ttoMs :' blacUac comic panic- at his home yesterday manmi -! kurvivor tailude two brother

.,., w j tWaanp.sau wit hew upnutan tatr | sums escaped ahyafy te nn ,,,realms Tuotday of SuMtof acaw Cahfer-M ....*. was postponed today uaUl . 1M... a Mtivt of ArkaaMt -, *, Jobs Pterce Ki g. LaValaadaad

*.\ a. the .amasses w t I. ia pan Saturday because of threatening and U.. hart foam Tbuma v. Kiac Miami,
.... .. ..- Ne.o.sllI $116 May ... seater.Sums Melvora. ML. M >can 110. one mac, Mass Margaret J.aepirw,

K.... ....,t 1 Peciion I ... palitemea kubeea Ha sin I ,......, aad ml Kteg* Msaa t lad use ,

.... .. HM T.. City Coating WcaticrcostFaw Two KilledIn braced for posted* vio- estate Mtetmaa. and a mem- Joseph A. Kin. Feet Worth.
1 .., '''j Sx: ool board eleotuM am tract tf Ito parade went oa but bet of frnrtHnh Baptist c..lMIoK.SlJYMrn .
.." 1 seldom dui and OM Um of Md coal cMher i* IB snow brgaa liking about lam iadude ha widow. TN.f...... MM will be Friday

Rubbing .4'" I Ausue T. Race Jr. of WiaicrHa Mart. for LalUa4. through to- Early ad the forecast called for pos lira. Thetau p104 .......; a BMraiag at I o'duck M tto St.

Alcohol 4'419t' ,,\ va. Ralah Durraac of Ft mono*. ..*..... Mtd lo- My up lo three Inches Pissed daughter, Mrs. Roy Ttadal ol,Joseph Catholic Church Banal

(j ,l Meade and Mrs Dora CM 4yU. Crash she sleet and freeing raiL Ceargewi, Ky ; a an*. E4 wtH be M tto Oak till Burial
1 Ol11p. J phdlif of UUUnd ski end HI u aonh'cterly wtadt Morning The paHpnnemeat thus gave said Boyd Pt-Unw of UVelaad. -I Park A Roury will be Mid

1\ thus year As Ur as a kntxta.t !Sill Mow al H to IS miles anhas 'oNmals addMmaal time to wart' ; two ttfura. Mi*. HmT at t o'clock Imaurrow sight at

..." w I Ihev will sash r- 4.rtbaN huurs.itiaiiaithiae By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tout" some amuses to the threat- Baas hid Mn. Larry Cant,ito heath Funeral Caapei

.... ShoUoy S. .-. of WiawrIUv I. u less ihaa ( BMKa 1 At least two persons dud ia,.ard drarsatruaric bulk uf Uld. d.; MIl a hntthr. -
......-.... ., s.. l a. away tchuul tm or . huur at nigh. Uuii r ( 4> a traffic eccalew as Ito seas i| Lotus Sauia. --.." ream Pricy'. ate of Utotoad I ann FOR M nRXERFuaaraj

I t tcadeal. Si4 ibis see bn term leis auauaa MM eipecMd. >oar d...>aed O\-er Ftorida.Twt ,|al caatnaaa of the Congress U,' Funeral tervicea 541 to hUlomurruw service for ThuautTwraor.

4'4'4'" ..1 cone to .1 end at the now The nMiiavim temperature > Miami Sprigs teenagers jRacial Equality had Mid Tuet alu... at 4 .'dd< fiI 1 K Felt Uan St,
EMPIRIN 4'" 'I i chttnon of tax calendar. >'Mf, lrsurdiy .M TC duareee the were tiled and a thud seriously',day night that CORE planned K''at the Thoratoa M* anal 1'.ao died .....,. were told )e*<

4'. I, Voters sill ateo cast biltat iaia>ai>iai law muratag was SIt laiured when their car plunged:have pickets at eke parade Hum chapel: sah burial M ilrday afwraaua at the Heath
< aad .1: of tuck of taw caaal a huh more thin ....
COMPOUND for andi4us. for the tartaus / t. aa 5 Ok HM SwuM Parti. F. Chapel The Rev. raitaar -
| other couaiy oNicos u 19M r. Ml at Ito city hall sealer' aa hour afr wiaaijht Friends My call at the Ki; Cblkaa H. White Rector of
And ia UkaUadL lire all be Matra. The dead wen ......oed at hx Hotel Fire suit boss uwicht uMil I'All Sirs Fpucnptl Church, officMiad. .

89 Unit Oas ,. aamaef uwpunaai nmntnaial Dunne Ito next five deys. ti-yearFriars. wood and o'cfc.k aad tomorrow. frommain Burial was m Oak Hill
leokperalufw will J la Hall 1*. bush of Miami' Bun l Park
average Syate
....... 'rio. $loJS ,:, el<< eAt II! deal.. hchwi ito aeaidBalaoroMl CpnafA A third panoa ia the Jokes 22nd life said. the time III 1M I 1 PaUhearert were J W Hale
the hid ol this the iIIVICot.l
year. ill-Si de&roe ) with a car. 70y.r-oW F-raeM Ham ,R. M aviator aad C E StuoeUna .
'' { nmaiiMfcMin tam Juan .*rauac mad eKpecMd lo be- Sal hMd M cnucal c id4UuawaA I JACKSONVILLE (AP) |a 1 MISS alATHERlNL KING was provided by Mrs. T.
Wd4u Y
1' ASRIN H. Woodall ,.w Fnda). Little or no r '
'. Mrs Katherine King
fr Wooieo, aad R H GUB:
1 was eipatid. Police Mid Ito trio had kit a:see swept through tile e.volt '
. of IX latartachan Parkway.R00 .
ER .U1 That .. of '
i opus. New!: Year's Eve party ia a bornwiod -. Hotel claimed tto We of i
BAY S I count, that Lahtand Uxpay +' :I laUtd last tu..ht at her fondancc '
1e 6 SJU i oar appaieaily MId lo'Had pertua Titosday. Cause" I'
O after clams Miss King
,00 '
\ will have three coatauctioapufU a lung Dukes
or Steen
eca ''III.I" { aNt wNuveatbori auk a curve, aad pfcuujed MM i I the tragic blue was sun ua' was a native at Syracuse, N
5 ,1 Y"T'" r. 4 Y- 1 r. .. ito coal Police Slid Harms desralast .
:: and moved here from Chicago
Eo. i Woodall M expected; to seek j wwdow_I Winos Mrs Y
! \ ... escaped through a car The latott was U )ctrl al"WisS King Funeral Home
\ f re-etectKNi. The tateaiMM d'I JatephMe Dupre % of Atlanta.
,i Wooten and CaUoq are net lJI NEW LANGUAGE CHOSEN I I ShedwdaHXo. m, IB a Jacktoavtte was a re*:red empire cf theTHORNTON

97c COLOMBO. Ceylon (APHAft- hutpoal h 310 S. Florida
,J' -1 All w all Ito waked hole . or 14$ ,..,.. Eaftoh .baa te.... FR Marshal E C McDer

__ CEPACOLU0r ; RVM will be a mighty bi.< laaa I... yeq i:I to be she govemaaaat buujuaieof 'mon Aid Monday to loud ro MEMORIAL HOME

"I at the bake boast M the May !! J ....1 Ie ,', this former British colony I port hue f"g both as to th e " ;: ""; Phone MU 2-3123

65'l primary sad M die general ru"i\ .:. It sat replaced b% the :Sinks cause of Suada>"'s fire and CK 9" .oe
b1 > eleciton in November His acMwlJ Sm if L.w. ,o 6 u lese Indo Anna Ungudge. apes damage ups complMuia of 11imestigauoa > ':l1 ;

"I MXe the uoe that Haul 'arum, Jl U.*. u "..tt.,?.'.* &fc it J! !kin height ""111..0.II( Ce>loo> He would out spec ............... I ambulance servicer'
: .o.nuf ;
III'IIII I | .= ._ .. I a> bur a.. rsio 19 mulion inhabitants )aut.|

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.- ....-"" ,...'- . - LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday J". 1, IK4 11S
: : :
... Will Draw
'. <' ; 'i' ;' [County ..

,$55,000 Interest S $ I"II

On Time DepositsBARTOWPolk

J 4 .. --1 4
t ..z.i County com- bidder on the ISO-day and 10- t 'R '
trW\I ran 'I. _
mtakmeri yesterday made time day deposits. and the :z7O.dIY ft:41. /.;. .

bank deposits which are expected money was divided among four +._r. ..
to draw almost 155000 banks. :... $ .

In Interest before the current The 270-day money was dIvided '
focal year ends next Sept. 30. on a percentage basis /-: : :: ; Jt.iaarnwi.druer
The deposits made on the when two of the high bidders-
basis of bids opened yesterday Bank of Lake Alfred and Bank .ap
morning, total fJ.750000' and of Mulberry Indicated they
were made to five banks hi the could not handle the fan J1Hmillion

county. .,err
Annual Interest rates on the The Lake Alfred bank was

money are 3.S per cent for $1500 ,-- given a JJIOOOO deposit, and
,000 deposited for 270 days $30000 was deposited In the
3.IS per cent on 1750,000 deposited Mulberry bank Florida National -
for 180 days and 3.OS per Bank of Lakeland and
cent on $500,000 deposited for Exchange National Bank d Ii
90 days winter Haven, each of which
Florida National Bank d bid on the fuR amount, were

Bartow_was_the successful high given a ISJO.000 deposit each.
The bid advertisements asked
HORSE GIVEN TO SHIftlfFt lOYS' ANCH..Omt H. Sfl, ..... emwt .( tt.. P.. cliff I-
Hene ._.. .>... olds few** .. CWhtMn ,..... .. H.. nri e S.........' ..,.' *..*, to P.* Districts for bids on any part or the fuD II
S....... MMTM If*****. .\." ..," h ..ww.p..ld A-u. MUle .... Une inns K... amount and Commissioner I KIN6-SIZI' CHICK Tfc* ft*.. 0," DMMM, e4 M. ,.... .f .... f..*.... I.HM ooh,
Tfc Alan Trask opined "It Is not ,....... Skis .*mica tkeck to *. O. *UM..lr. (...****, .*4 Mr*. It... Webb, ....". .f Hx rirw
feet* pr..wt.ti..aM t ski Kraft *eel PInt el vhkk (*.<. I Ski _l .,
** ,
... ski strew ."'...... lt.dget ih., h H.gk..tWood f Will Match fair to penalize the small banks State Peak .< L.....114. Tfc check, attfen** by ,.... CrMf, lc..*. In Ifc* TM>* f..,(.'. Tr.h .
because they art unable" to handle leg U..... .* HM ckwtk, w. ,..nMi< M .... tt. >t M>. Tc..| ,..,...* Tnlatwg UulM 0.,.ftet .

PrecinctsBARTOWPolk the fun amount. as- !.*. ......** CHI Ski ,i,...."< ef Ski C..... **''M*> *.... 104_.... .. HM . .....
McCutcheon Defend This Is the second year that d.ct.4 **.. H>......... PxxiiWf to ..... HK .Mtrit.ttwi. DnpIte Ski this .! IM cfcwk, ll>. kink.e1
the had advertised for
county .....
County Commissioner It "'. e..wi.s.
bids on the time deposit Last
yesterday Adapted a
year, the county grossed approximately

Redistricting Of Precincts tint resolution' *for to the revising correspond commissioner the boundary with district the rate. WO.000 hi Interest. Trask Says Phosphate Firm Has

The county has made time,
new voting precincts
By ROVME STUART "The law tour which' deposits sine 1115$. but kntfl
require a setup was adopted two County Attorney John DewetL '
Ledger Surf Writer fifth' majority for pasugtthe d week the who worked out the new alignment last year, the deposits were divided Finished Moving Potter's Field
board chance bank In the
BARTOW-two Polk County redistricting plan" school had the Mid the tnaor Is among -
commissioner Wood Mid ho feel "It l.* boundary line for Us member the placing of aft of Batter In, county Mat audit reports' ,
spoke out y ester* time to took Into the matter d district District No 2. In the past, a' criticized the county for this BARTOW County Commissioner regarding burials ta the new der the direction of the State .
day ta defense of the vommt-- redtttrtcting It get towhert RerrtMration of the county4"I portion of the city has been to' method of handling the de- Alaaj Trask announced' cemetery I Board of Health and county' mortician '

aion' decision M realign the a ps dnttwbaa: more than voter* M scheduled\ to begin to District No. 3. pollitt.Iinee. that International Minerals andChemical Trask Mid when the old' *, Trask added
counter voting iiretinct and 1.000 voter to It umf luw. Supervisor d Regi Deweil explained that the districts Ittt, Interest premfems Corp. hat completed graves wets moved, '"they found: Trask quoted Scherwta a* MVmg .
reregister lilt more dun 71,000 Same Tat Big collar Hugh Carbon said rr|,, for consia tiles and peace' have totaled """"troximatcly the moving of 43 grave at the lame only two or three feet deep aomt of the grave were "..
voter In the oovniy, istntfcm headquarter wtfl bi! lattices MM wfll hive to be IUS.QOO flW Potter* Field, cemetery' forountyfMid and Bomt where one was on too or M year* old"

Beth ComiBlmhm Chairman TM create line at the set lip ta vartou part of the, changed However he Mid IlkOat i burial of another According to Trask "Tht county bas come out way
Mtiyd Woods and Commissioner polls and dues a. apact peals county ao that voter wIt i Winner McCattheon: : Mid everal tern becaaso wo dnnt have bars to Journey to Bartow u that they be singe In odd- ran several week ago when to the depth of eight feet and said, "Tbe new cemetery n
resident 01 the C'OUfttJ enough room to act op the reregieterTht numbered year .. was the case ,IMC requested permission to *n grave have been moved. I something M be proud d and I*
Record BrokenMIAMI .
nave cjuestinnAd the com necessary nomber of voting For commissioner and school ,mint the pfujeity The company
registration bnoki wff I The moving wa handled by a* beautiful at any ta lbs coun .
machine to handle aO of the offered to trade the county
ainn reasoning uenliid Uie board district ,
Julius A. Sihwerin a StwtltLarMma
nova two weeks ag.4d .. They voter" Wond pankuUfly doN April 4. After that tin* Another chaw ta the district I (AP)-Northeast Air a fire-acre tract for the cemetery VTht
''' a poHtical move,*' cited the old Combe* and Lake no on* may register for the' put the Eaton Park area tines officials Mid one of their and to mows the graves.Trade + contractor new cemetery' I* ta thoMmo
who trash "doe "
aorortfiftg to
imtja-ofta prcclacl taLakeland. May primary election airliner tet a Miami- Nets Mid the general area a* PoneftPMd.
M auted.RedMricting .. District No. S Dewed saidmaps jet new county '
but lemeteries
The ww precinct' plan treated .' l York record' Sunday the burial attt "ill l be nothing mows which was located off th*
flying caHedShady
win be made available
...... ...... U precinct*, where UM, ; The tcav, .tfc>n-at a rate d Iw old Barlow Homestead lUtad
Figure released by the s. M the newspaper to show the 34m'Oak Garden and will be a
I* neoesMry pffviwr of wtitictrftlsWW office old plea had 47 prectact. new tfMrict M their entirety I I drfMt asset to the county" mttw per time-was_don vnDEA1H Trask Mid that the new she I*

every so often la keep abreast'show that tin LIke HoHingworth .. Another' ...tv..* of tin new, In other action yesterday. the. A Company tniAesmsa. Mid lit added that the new cemeterywill TAKUOiriCCMANILA. nut a* fr off tht road
'ii' die p-ipxUUiin growth" I* Pncsnrt (No. 43 to the plan I* iht the vartou mule-commiMkM approved' a final tilt H was aided. by tall wind' be "tens' (' and Imktd Trade did not rstimaw how
c o tMu.d. "'thI1Iif'O If who live:old alignment) had a total leg (pahtir. U the county wfll r M payment' of S2.'" oM f la the prerliKU where Mustier faatuts of MM the county' voter registrsUo 1 trnrtMi of the J.veM. Court reached ground speeds tqtlvt- rnh.leiwr AIdInt CembN.the (AP) Mararto Macarae* need' for a burial plant
Mnetime! lint to slid la the figurr also ahow 4113 and precinct*, meMng that.t I Building and opened bids ongaeoHnt 'lent to Tee m >* an hour board of county commiionrr *- ntaiuwd to ring ta the new year for Indigent hit he des say tin
two or three Mara w VM.. voter irgiMered ta the Corn city voter wHt not hap Hvou fuel HMfurm and lima 1 Northeast Mid the old rwwrd, appointed. Board Alter hy taking tin oath of offico a* Nil graves- whWh were moved .;
tutdersund why w. did ifcta. bee PrecMKt (No. 34 to Ifct oUta at two aeparew piaceihe ' .ervfc*. X-r tf meurrtat, mk.emfeal was one hour and M mfcwM.rt .'i ney John Dewey to arrang a ciy gouncaVir of Ohmgapo taotmero. tko up only a amatt comer of
wood cw wd H wA TMs ). inert art cy and count, and.tww I* ta Wit The normal Dying,-. btt.rewh the cotmnlailus lien Istond An hourbrfor BNai ww cemanl-1bey piwi'io1ly
h not aqmr and aHiHrarfly ate The law rvqutrr the ... argument was No datt .* It* bid*. I M two hour and 34 .....*. I to draw up tegulation heart *< Il-
*" the Aotwrndal IVartact,
Mcc tthtna .......... Uut hen Mud of tttJ persons
auto auMe ,...... tin cuts "oP r4 .
......... (a review itio pr<(iMpsict Wood Mid tht redtMrirUngof :

err n MirtcUng vvery I* !"VrIlit an pmtncu I* neveMryTh ,
MM .. atea rtqvlf* diredMrieung .! law .. vire* the county 2( k '
c to be don to oddawmhemd 1 oamaMMianer diatrict to b* r

)'N""*. set aconroMng to nnpulaUoa.Ytdtrdty .
two".>...atMuld r* .as.have" Uoud done Mid Ibis' ...... (a.u.4 \ Free Gift for Thrift at -..

1ut Mr 0..... (O nnii ion Dwtaon) and I felt that M a nwalutM rrahgntag vetsary
wo 1'01 Mated CM k too laze: the commiMioner tftsuicu to
M wo v u4 .,.. I&. I oofcirido .mi the new prtctarl


I Let's Play bridget r WS

i r lr AltUT H. MOtlHCAO i iiiiiiniiii :T- \\\\\\l\\\\ I e DECEMBER 27th FEBRUARY 14th

nil .dl w u paged at nb- < , M Take advantage of hit wonderful offer. Put savings
bur ...... ta New York lint J.IOftnf
_***: !t'. monk. ties lucky farKmnkKuMia AMAKtTI' to work. Earn good dividends quarterly.' Get on early

for lao (Infirm /
start on making our 30th Anniversary Year your big
could hvo bass w.tan by ddUrtwr KJ ..*I
-........ .... ...w...... "'N1' tDt MAST 9 saving year . and take home a Place Setting FREE I II' Iw7
*.<.***. but M d d KQOAQJI 4J fe .
oocaAwnal ad OK'IS . : 4 .
demuinraw Iho .
oil 6QJMIIAQttf I : ,
of ow't ;."J.: .' .
\IWbeIMy tmttiag up- .. All '. I 1 "
........... MV11t i
Pnr.ily Jew pli).ra P....Mhavo MITI4SMSTSI
but lour tf.il.* oa Sowa
head txcauM of M ItS of J

hips, card, and prabaMy maaypU 4 .
).r* wand have doubled. Nets ieirta wtr* whwraal, I
lour heart, becaua* of lilt n. bieaitht; FREEd
this Saab t* t S tb
rots ta that B HLNurtft
DM 4 O .
19 'j
had atewj sari.traalt *p4* rant rant f.a
bun tataaut A.Mn,
welt M tat *..... IlL .
at l#.*t a* BW dh M ha bad
and South sat a *v*. auroM
could brat taut h*.r.. d
hich two gaud Ptayot had: I...... tk* units of )M. STEEL
exacted ao cuaMMMi wild have bee* a pad one.oa .
Therefore tha War sib. the North-Smith cards, but
bid luMiad the puiitala ....*}nut a* auud a* making a v lrabJ -

and at th* Mm that iatr.....d: *game at sp.eiEmergency

the putttUa profit T 5-PC. PLACE SETTING
West dMBxiad opeatac was
*uo W dununy aid South u.'; Loans
mediately W th* other bib }

dame Hull. d and dMcaroed hi* Still AvailableTo 1. Open a New Savings Account of $30 or more, or

ta South hi* hand then a trumped heart ta dummy a dub Polk Farmers : 2. Add $30 or more to Present Savings Account

another dub and another heart
and sun a third club: M "hKh i _,
East a ace firmly dropped. 1. WASHINGTON U. S. Sem.Speurd 5-PIECE STAINLESS STEEL PLACE SETTING Limit-one free place letting per account.

Plsmaad Lead !dadA Holland of Bu\ w. a
spade was led to dummy's ranking majomy member of Exquisite t5Tulip-Time" Flatware. Handcrafted In
the Seoal Agriculture and
.4:. and South discarded which a Forestry Commauee. announced Holland of the finest Swedish Stainless Steel.
team on the dub kung
dropped Uest'l '11*" soda of today Agncukurt that the U.hu S.cMended Department fur Stainless Steel Offer ovofcb/o of 80TH office ADDITIONAL SETTINGS: '
nocber heart oa the dub Jack
last one )ear-from Dec 31, 1963 to You may obtain on additional place
west could Uu
Dec. 31. l% -4ha deadline fur Free Gift Offer ends February 14 19&1 .
c T.w only by Mails hiajb spade eligible. farmer ta Polk County setting considerably below cost each

o o Yoludt tot a South trick would anyway> have Tbaa had lo apply for taiu*) emergencyluaas Certificate Offer ends December 31, 1964 time you odd $15 or more to your
under Sec 3)1 Public
West could Uk Sum other h.. Federal
UwCTUl first Savings ,
spade and the ace of beans w -
end that wa alt South lust nil law Sea HulUnd said.:, wrrww

only three trucks and made hu wa enacted to provide federal IK eaants
four-oade contract credit isistnce to farmer taafl 401 twt.tnt dir i.wda
South would have beon duwa type d agncukur who tetra 4 bide:
l (
have not sufficiently recovered
trip Out the against diamond any opeoiaf which wa lead a'from losses sustainfd ta the December
III6%. freeze to obtain
bad lead la view of Ole bide I
nl1& was not sure from loan through local aources. The

Uei's pout of view, oat East Florida legislator wa* advised ., )
had the Unc of heart, but tauew of the extension of the apphca ,
of the jump heart raise it two period by Howard Beruch. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Administrator of the LSDA: '* :
was a better chaaca than that FIRS"'a.lSAVIHGS I ,
East had on* of the top datr Farmer Home Admiaistratioa.Farmers .
->nd I desiring information OF LAKEIANDDOWNTOWN

tour heart would have BOMd"wn concerning chip or other type:
two against a diamond:of federal aid handled through.
<'ad. fir South would have diairded -'I Farmer* Home Administration. : Orange Street at Tennessee GROVE PARK: Crystal lake Drive at Meadowbrook L4.. ls
his club on the second I saul Holland should make inquiry ,
d! ;amrad and could have gotten at the FHA county field DOWNTOWN "OWl 'AUl
Uo. Gilles' rutS plus North ace,office I'l 1i


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I I Wednesday, Jan. I. ISM II r

'64 Outlook:

Better Pay


t Business By SAM News DAWSONAP Analyst

NEW YORK (AP-The conaimer -
may have more monen
his pockets 1964 and prim
houtd rise little if at afl
But most American wilt
pend their greater takehomepay
for more things although
some will save a bit more thin
1 hi 1963. There win still be a si*.
able number without Jobs however .
especially those hi the
younger age brackets And LOAN ASSOCIATIONTHANK
those o tifixed incomes notable A C Wright, John R. Phillip,
among the growing ranks ri a...... .. .... '- DiIectef PMri//. DIrectwfw.
the elderly, will still have m - .. + -
watch Shortages their pennies of goods aren't fat YOU, LAKELAND for helping us maintain our ever increasing growth pattern.. It's a lot -J

competition sight Foreign will and keep domestic produc- easier to grow and prosper in vigorous, expanding climate such as we have here in Lakeland We r

ers and sellers wooing the con, ore proud that you have chosen to place your faith In this Association and we renew our pledgeto t
sumer as strongly as ever, and I
I eager products to promote many IIt'WI continue to serve you faithfully throughout the coming year. The officers, directors and staff

Here's the ISM outlook for, of Lakeland Federal Savings and Loon Association want to take this opportunity to wish you all
I !lour Job end pay for the cost ,
of food, clothing shelter can a very prosperous and HAPPY NEWYEARfSTJTE1IENT!
and services and your tax
* *
JOBS-Number will Increase
slowly but unemployment wif* OF CONDITIONAFTER 1
Stay high

finis More threatened workers will by new find their i ms- THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 1963

chines unions will Mot hard
for a shorter work week i and ASSETS LIABILITIESCASH
other hedges. The tntMnved, eapxiaHy
those we entering t Robert E. Adams, Jemet M. W.II......,
ON HAND AND IN IANKS $274,271.93 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $2411,404.99
growing labor force, wfH find Lament,, VIM Prni..M. DiIectef VIM PiinliM, Diners
Funds In f id
'h1' going tougher than ever. ptoeed
WWWPttSONAL FIRST. MORTGAGE LOANS SU ',W4.9I Anoeiotien by lndwh uols.
INCOMtl Loma 0It Improved reel htOtt corporotien5: guondiens
continue OH ttpward trend truiiee end other

If n tax cut mtteNal es. a LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $$9Sll. fdutio"d
affects the enttre year. the mt ADVANCES MOM
Loon to rrttffvefft secured
inane total could rise a insefias FEDERAL HOME LOAN SANK $:00.000.00LOAHS
IB MHM above tf* 34fI J by pledge of their eeeounti M
billion AltfMM* rate K hit near IN fROCESS $111,952.14
the end of IWL MAC* M federal INVESTMENTS fr SECURITIES $14,700.00 Fund owortir g ditbufterivol > b
lax cwt might ttifiMlate cline Ftocfw Home Leon on cornpletiori of
al ecnnoin growA and brIg Bonk Stock eontri (Icon Of ffpOtrt
poc4atlbooks. Irrrieabuainess
many 0It nom.
spending for pH+il segvitrrnen +w
Mao to M pad pernnsl OFFICE EQUIPMENT $ICS60.4S.9IC.I7< OTHER LIAIILITIESf $1.40
moonwuI Leas Deprl4et"en Cuerat obh rget ions
* *
uvrvo cm i-"ntew bat GENERAL RESERVES AND SURPLUS SII.'"."
ready fire wte conlin.e M OTHER ASSETS $ Set oxide M dote M
I many inn NcM.ene1 protection
ponsein of our members

and nringpr wI rf TOTAL ASSETS SMI 19.0'1.14 TOTAL LIAIILITIES $ 19,012.14
bald deaw pees Haag snMa

wfsdatd< gads mteM a rslbwlrew D. I. K...ler, III, Itkkerd. An.." ,

city 10 wert bourn Md pals makes Ire esnrs sMps- GROWTH OF ASSETSJULY {-..... _. Din o..es.r

wen wimp M a* Icvwftnt at r
MM hi he cent U ills 1962 . $000.00 yi
tltrai.a and aerwcts tMMMi

M*, TV bryaeN IKTNM HIW1 DECEMBER 31 1962 . . . . $1,096,556.19 y
was ta rrM. irtMtmnMMk, Y A.
medical cars sad iess sNea.
ttt DECEMBER 31 1963. $2,619,032.34For
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IOOD-W Mbr. and in
the RMMMM ca.W sffat.Iw lya

But barring wwssalir bad the Record . . t':1: 1 a

heavy eapats, paapnsas art hr ,
Utrly stable price rrsthrret, '
and M sbundsart ke de es- IIWIU MOMI LOAN SANS Of tllMt OtOV.
pending Amerte ptgnd.N aloud I. UVIMCt AND. LOAN tUCUlfUXIM
pwasarl esprit UVIMCS AND. LOAN UA6VIMMtAl
sales to climb by >nait>rf M bra AVINCS AND. LOAN iNtUtAKI COirOHATIONTMI FtiIr
* *
riOIHlNG- Spn.4iM
) punt a bath. mars then
I all 1153 MW M IMVMM M A. P. Rattan. 0.... H. H."........
torn liars. crv riling mnnsivss w*M MtibUdh .
sad 1pwag prir.s sri Our floMNi To 1 .M;
apactrd top y tarp. lie
vow flat the append n> in Iu tuig fur a braver Ml** HEATING PAD
wlurne sayasy, espeesaly d ato
pay ar< |iv.t IMrget fi iiiii: :

* The wary won ...... pd s mule
IKHJSE-Titt boom It neon ....... la..rw
lIMn oelec.nv.. .
he Na.trri.i..Pwt asst vt71JRJs
Ie tan .inn Ike IMrIMW ea.psant r
prunM haseti rMd..c ::'s1ry" iM'Ti er ware saris: :;
halt has Of VKM W s. I. sloes .j 5100 a. MM. per.... sccMMd Nwm4i .. Y
arcs the price of idiot jmnnttnM I4'Y l Oils. s-w. ud.ra .... ryi.a dohsrwi.l m
Ira fable he sad readier i ..... .... spa Mil _. Neim. .,,
deeaM tar mew haM IMMMM
in enpectid c Mm .e tx k.
Prices of new bases aN **.
peeled' 10 ctMto only i* >>dy i
but mortgage gales lay Is-1
cre.w la a general
* Lewreoce McNeil. Dudley P. T....,
AUTOS-Pnc bald .... Drnoie Dwrsw
newt materal tout P4 MtI.
demand. I
More crt per family P4 the
growing number of c-cerft
battier marteta.r new ucI ..
used can. Automation oKieui
the COlt roe of tome produce
lion pans, at least u part but'I
upcoming labor aetan um..II I
may ailed price; of em tfall'
models. e anb
* *
ADD IT 1P.thevat NIl ol19H ,
looks for burl IS !
good *.
consumer and for buunets.
U the momentum holds, the i ebera lotto
..bole year could be a repeat of 3kr oti _
the pert ormaoce uf 1WI Pleas ynttw -- L /
antsy teller than the precedIIIf; J
>tar la most taleguratDomestic AND LOAN Darlene Thompson, Mrs. Jeoiictte Cloridy,

.rJlJ. Nord ...U.... ........ 1... Ci.wrF

Cats m I I.Ca. I.

I Turn Wild
tr.e buTerNansqf1we6lirIN6

In New York .

r cats ION wild have turned Central
.I h Park's bird sanctuary into
a private jungle
Evicted from mtd-Manhattan .
i r r p
Apartments the cats have found
food bunting among the park's
tong birds and migrator)i

duck A park' orkri said Monday Mrs. Kathie Coo..,, I. J. Vickers,
that 47 cats were trapped this "' ....... LM PncntM c. M.. .
t year and J* *"' )car .. ,,
i led

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I JERRY USKAAMOclated (Oklahoma) Wilkinson stamp 38-12 trouncing from Big Ten

Press Sports Writer and hold singular Rose Bowl champion Iowa In the 1959 Rote Wednesday. I... I. lNt 11

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) records. Bowl. A greater embarrassment ,
Third-ranked Ifltnoii, the Big mi-tots' Pete Elliott 27 who I befell Elliott In hH second

Ten'i Cinderella Champion, hat ridden a coaching: toilet Illinois season! as the 1961 IHml
tackled anderdog Washington coaster: at both the University staggered through the school's
the wavering Big Six winner in of California and Illinois haicoached first whitest year (0-') In his
the 50th Rose Bowl football on both sides\ of Ole

game today. Rose Bowl fence. tory.Washington's Jim Owens. 26, Playoffs Bring
The kickoff wider sunny skies On Bowl Team now In his seventh husky season 4
before 100.000 hi the tinge howlnestled He alto played defensive has become the wizard of

In the Arroyo Seco, wag qusrtfrbsck o n Michigtn'i modern ROle Bowl coscVes.
scheduled for S p.m. EST with team which routed Southern, This is. Big Jim's third Pasadena
a national telecast I and broadcast California tM in the IMS Row, visit in five years. Hit Underdog WASHINGTON STAftTtU ROSE IOWI-WkA OM ..C* HM rth h W WMhtottMor ..III.... Unity Of TeamsBy

by the National Broadcasting Bowl game. No other coach can Huskies torpedoed Wisconsin it .!** IMMfc in HM ._ ...l Mrs IH Hill o"f.. *... The KM, ttft to r....1 IM J.o M.*.

. Co. match that three-way, Rose 444 In 1960. and the following COM, ..... MA trift. .Mr4 K.N ..*.... ...... J.k. S>n,.,. .**.. Rick >.
This was a collision of two Bowl parlay year humbled national I K.ea, t..4 Al Likke..ck.i Hclfkock 0... KMT> II..... .ck (01 DM.I.., Mttock hater CO**> finned
JACK FLOwERSAssistant ovt some flight
J clubs rated at kast-tikely-to-j Pete's California Bears took s champion Minnesota 111. IwHtock (.. Mt4vt4. 'ee._ of 0 lass ....., t. Cites Cknt ...... II ...*... to ..... takit Sports Editor clubs and players.lop Before

succeed contenders tints the (f*... 1963 season was weD under (Editor's: Note: This b the taking
Slants Sports Terry was at Lake Chy for I
way. second hi a series *| articles
.. .
firs la Decade with brad football coaches of lew -

But Illinois resurged amat- : 'Steals'Contest the Polk Coonty high school "I've never coached outside
Ingly from dismal 2-7 record 1.A Happy Bear Fan, The series win cover the aspects Tarty.however.

a year ago to win tu first Big s4 continuing and Im* state playoffs are
Ten title'hi a decade. 1 proving the slate football something t watched, waned
Washington dropped Its first 1I championship. playoffs aa the and hoped for ever since t

three games and then outs I I Enjoys His Dayfly From DukeBy SUM of Florida.) started coaching. I think most

sparred favored Southern California Auhomdile's bead football d the other coaches around, tilt
for the Big Six crown. state feel the same way too.
Coach Tom Terry sees the stau
This also was a showdown between HAL BOCK Krnluck,'. Cotton Nash got hot tie Russell scored 36 points and championship playoffs as a "Other states have playoffs
two rigorousyoung| JACK SLAYTON Associated Press Sports Writer Nash who led the Wildcats with Bill Buntin added 21 and method of Improving the overall and they have proved successful

coaches,. who bear the BudCotton Ledger Sports Editor The lights nearly went out for M points, scored 20 after Inter grabbed 21 rebounds as the Wolverines high school fontbaO program . Why shouldn't MoHda."

Youll pardon an old Chicago Bear fan hit gloating op-ranked Kentucky Tuesday mission. won their ninth In ten si Florida. Terry didn't have too much

Bowl and chortling-.and when 1 say old I mean old literally and figuratively I With less than a minute to go.starts "It should bring about a unit) to say about the Improvements

enough to have teen that first Bears-Giants title The Wildcats down II points and the score tied, Kentucky Loyola City upset hi among the teams" remarked d such playoffs
10 Duke at hairtime of the Sugar stole the ban and Into the Tournament "1 east elaborate oa
tussle at Wrigley Field In 1933. For Bear fans the went a' regained Perry The state now is mow nay
Bowl basketball tournament's rote to set tip one shot Randy Its scoring touch with a or leas split Into three sections /mgrevewewts beeais etas
FeaturesBattle thrill of the championship was a* much watching championship game staged a Embry dribbled mot of the! 85-M victory over Indiana In flank, central and sow*. State A watnl b...ol.ed ks lilt re

Papa Bear George Halas cavort on the sidelines at second half comeback and time away bf'fortstn, Mob-'the feature game of a Chicago layoffs" wit help bring all ."a."Men pent AA ......... Let me geon
It was watching the Bean k'Oreidory., at Im rufW out the title li-.71. Terry ley whose It-footer bit the bach Stadium doubleheader. Skip v gem r record as saying I favor a

Of QB'sDALLAS prtMive at the one the "Monster. of the Midway MobI"1ft shot wHfi seven board and fell bi I"bom's 21 points and 21 rebounds win playoff for daM A and the
) Interest oevc VNJI
turned In during the early '.... seconds left produced the deciding Auburn tonic third place m the'' helped Illinois to Its second crowds win Improve and football other d......
points. tournament (2S2 over Loyola of the "Yes. I Hunk we should have
To 31 lalet--there is a differ.enure victory season over .
me-etm will be beter
years certainly
(AP) How does h in that Wrigley Field crowd roar, Mat be its Duke. No. t In this week's Associated of New" Orleans in a game delayed -I Notre Dame 17-7*. m the opener t1af'rtrill games be no talk abnut'our a playoff as class A next sea
feel to be the "other qu.nbadI" Press poll. rolled to a 4$ minutes when a powerfamirt son. However, let'a do ft grad-
acoustics. Its the closeness to the .b.r team was better than!I
tn IN big game of IM Maybe 47-17 katrume margin before a.ttht Loyola Field Pares RamblersThe sally and add a different ctast
ttlr' ma)be every community hat a different ,lIrh. But House without lights. But thf'J1 Ramblers. No. 1 m the yours. The playoffs wtt" prove each season la other words,

That would be Duke Carlisle It's unique and one I gum ill always remember N-S SQUADS stayed' on for the Kentucky-Duke .mi were paced by .-tn-1 le 1I'tIktili the best team eiaa A M ,", cow B ta list,
quarterback of national dial Yankee Stadium tint a different sound .-a loud ';sme, turner, who scored 27 points before la. Ms It-year tenor at A.* er *
MM Texas which faced No. 3 grumble and growl, rUIng .. a terse-end.. The 11 rigs PREP FOR Nash, who scored M points Is fmitdtag out midway tn the .......'., Coorb Terry bat- teak Terry has a teases for

Navy and explosive All-America Icy Field roar It a I mot.t ttipnotk. It can inspireand two games, was' named the! second half and Ron Miler who 1 I -- ntermg the playoff system
Roger Stawbach in the CottonBowl arouse HULA BOWL tournament's outstanding playr. hit 21. Dick VanArsdate had 21 tradvally"ThM

today. for Indiana, :San Diego'sB0 way," iiommented Ten
For I felt I the victim of
was just
-I Unnk any ouarterbociwould many years HONOLULU (APMfenk and SeveMhank Davidson wonthe In other games. St UMMnippnd ry."the system would pmgrtws
tike t 0 have SUubedTi youth rom.ntF. 4am. That what I heard had no effecton South football squads, bntli Chartntu Invitational m a Ohio State 111 In dtauNf'1' nd each dais could benef
natural ability," Carlisle said the pM).,. themselves. Shortly after joining the warming up in chilly wet 11241 romp over Pr1nd ft. Tb overtime and Georgia Tads r treat the other's errors and

"Ile I* by far the best afl Si Ft Time, t met George Connor (the tame gen weather for ialurday's "_I. Wildcats that a phenomenal IJ] topped Navy "'.12. AgainstEast rventwaMy ft would be a sound-

around quarterback I've ever Ueman" who .Interviewed the players after the title Bowl are almo at fail strength per cent and ran up a H-Jt half- FT setup."

seen. game In the Bears' dreaaing room). Connor was one with the arrival of more players lime lead winning their ninth "1u fs the biggest dung,
"But be to the way be ... and of the alltime ChtrafO Bear greats. ""George Buet from the UJ, mainland Toesday straight Texas took third place T iKat. wH base W he nl.def

I am the way I am, and "I I must have been null but do you know when' 1 was night and today tn the tournament. coming from' Boikttboll Scores earnst Reder...ilirauss M the big
wotttdot want to dta g. that, that used to The North touad was panics behind W whip Pena fill., ,......... doled Jerry "For aasiwfd
Is etuttve.aerantbHng a regular patron of the Bear fame roar .r
aa haLL.t..r..NN. N
Suobacn tally looking forward to ....... Or a 4 agreeable ayes
affectedthe seams Ixreok1h
of quenerbMfc. get me 1 don't SUGMH. It 1bothtnd or SAN IMCGO. Cud U-The :
type Joach: ln Casanova and four dMa .I \:= = bun the ttxt wtH haw la ben
*1w retreats M. H or 21 yard players did It sultan's tnnteot winning, --1: ... bLw w $aa D.*. Chargers will bp I iMie4
foray fromTwetday'a .
hfwMd the hue and then throw "Are )*u kiddUT. he .*.rted. : "V'. always Oregon 21.players II streak remained Intact as Van,. ,-r:. = .::::..t' TMrt.ats M Sunday American 1 watched a cooale ofO

.r rtms. l" made a mOt dsr. shed. lo My that rrowd could mean 1 .r ten points Southern Mettwditt victory.M the OWl Sui derbrtt dumped Virginia M4i; t'r..:'.1..... N..N I <...b.V tMgittj tbamfitankbia **. oisyotT games this put
big the season mart of k byvkMg U tar! IMUMU 17-71. It was Uw pane bM.....t Ibey won ibe IMIweMera ..eaMM In AV," msU.d 1eery >
lacier key
... the big ela *. It was olwsvs a our a-a. sift .a
and won an ... han . Ink straight vhiory over tar =:r L w:.\, '' Division tusk 1 tiMMiM they were
and Wa h
g.mes-IMtroit" area Bay, New York baHhack Larry Hit. ead I for the No. 0 Commo.
WI. These and If didn't ':tL heals ixiOa Milt Kant. years : = Est K watts" .afenwate. great and tutrrtttiA.TMs .
big "tt
Ingtow. were game you dares. =
matte less than hard ;
Cartwte from tbe Kan Diego vwwpn.nlthat is a sand thing Ml only
aa many yards. Iii rwhing and think t* whew you first ran ... Ike field, that crowd be and guard Dave Whom showing rtfthfsnUd Mktitgsn bratu I 4f.M a... 4..5 t.f-=- the Cbargtrt wont be play lor the players and ac..... butmeditng
let know, You suddenly found ywuntlfptajlng up. me Monk was war fit!1 its home court record t" c... ....,.,..
41.1 ,..... He apoctoliMS la a** you scaring < mg the. team with the bow lug Improvelure's ,
i _" .... quarurtock .... better It sort ., lifted you up. Uslen! atrmgtti Kickoff for tha first time will bi, a 11747 watts over Detroit, Cat. IM ;>=-i'L! . M .** !> _I IIMl '_ rerard II..... Eastern, DtvteMonmprtmun. I one vote for auieAtoiban
. tare Saturday -- - -- -- - -
Wt got Ike tame charge out ., II you did. Of court, .. ElTSund.y ;. If they were, UM pttyattt freeyou sot
1:41 "' HiT (11.11: .1
I sometimes ll was dUtrtrllng.' But when you Mere : p ). FISHING HUNTING 011...... couldn't MiWy lure ( M class A Ibnda semi

Oregon BeatsMustangs behind, and bat rally roar (II always warned dlf.Irrrnt Halfback Johnny Sal and CM the ..... ,'N. season" Cann laded Trrry

! 21-14 Ikm) swept ever Ikal field you fell tome ter Tom Lynch. playing for Areas theer'd.hi playing agamai
iKing. II gate you the big lift Navy in the canon Bo t wen Hunting I ( 1-:

The yearend program ant tin And last "week Chicago's Bill George was quitted the only North stars uneveilabU Vert T HAPPY

I dr say sate Tuesday Ortfon't at Bob Et Bury Paso by a TV apor......... "Oo'ou think there s any for today's practire lattead, .11I1.'U Py the B>*.
TfK. stars-tackle kin
pas.mg for two uucMowiu thin to the claim that* the Wrigley Field crowd ii App Two don Soul and halfback Tommy Close Sunday ,ton PauMUbo wun the East A NEW YEAR

..fcadwg the axis to a 21... points to you* fwd of Teas also are SMMuvg. J era P>vM>Nm rfcannnun>snp M a

victory ta the Sun Bowl agaiM You bet In the big game" George was to derlare. > They wont be in HonuMuwMd By RFD W, JONHrt.hingMM.ung playoff wNti ibe Buffalo BrftsThe M Matinee
a luiM era Methodw tsnstririM alone the line of what Connor Mid to me over Thursday Mowing Caw Miwr I Cbargera, sira *e'y. had

with IntMtuul d aar ten yean ago" that crowd mean from 7 to ten point. Bowl dutyLAKERS, wet we with. you' all a very happy and prosperous New only a 4M record In taw own
den a few hour before UN You just can't help getting excited and aroused by dwMwn. They beat Kisses City : Today

gaaM.Ore. it. It't a factor A big one." CLING YearAnd, peraunaMy whtto we do bate to see the years' pass i... but fM two..ganm with.

.on bwh a 214 kaMunM i Papa Boar llalas hat been accused of pinching WEST LEAD in a way, we're ,&actIO ate IM .-. It bat been a sad year .Denver. and lust l n. M Oakland Post Time
had on Doss Ketters axhe far the are TO in sled to see the month of ;
the pocbook-especially at M plajert many ways. Certainly we are
and laucadown i DtvistenMams
Eastern D
yard ma : concerned But from the time he etarted with the oMStaleyi THE AS&OCIAltD PRUS December guns. If we dun't mew our guest k bat been a AgaMrt
of 2) hauls to Oft fay 14 other band tbtQtarteni
1 ky lotttaUa Bony and 21 la PHI Bwt" I in Decatur. HI, and made the big ,",-.trike The Los Ant U* Ll.tn held nil rout* ana weatherwtseWe on wan ..*tIt hales and o 2:00 P.M.G .
hope that uua new month and year will bring IM
ton SMU struck ta Its fowl of signing Red Grange out of cottage. Italat hat plodded I la their N uonal Basketball decent weather for and fishing However at .bust none. They wan two from
ojMiwr whoa Jibe Rodent : onward and upward In hit effort to develop and Aasocuuun Western DIVM... tome bunting __ Boston two from BufMo two NIGHT CARD

basted In a tnree-yard touro/ promote the sport of pro football load today after dim-rung. the TNs. lIss... a. J r.is H tram New York and two from
I dent pass from D ih.y Thomas I Even during the wild "Sfl't when money was a Louis huts la in. the ,*....*JK= IMI>...b.b.oar MM.-J a MH.:, tG.: .M =.. Ml :: WO.M --. II RACES

and a 1eWII.,. aoonng Ofiiom plentiful, pro football was a loung game. But Green Lad by Jerry West 'M.NNMM.aL.a la tart, the Charters areckampuns T
Mae Yo.lMte.Woh I Bay's great Packen and then the Bean at the turn Lakers cored. 96 points in atutittle tha moment there JlaUM lipJoI'muck i unprivemenL For a of Ibe Weuero Division 8:00 P.M

24 sMnoda left, the Muss of the 30't began to develop it-but only in ciUet salvo in the thud few sbort hours yesterday M was surly decent. tie., bee.II"Ott.. R
Ua.a made a bd to putt .it out period.Tuesday sightBOWLING'_ But as has been tile case M recent weeks, at an more :lories over Eastern DIVMUUO $1,500
wh an maids .... but H beat where franduce elitted Ibis gets back to "normal" than Ito coW and wind Kit us tubs cuuM d in the Wes ers

wit of ....... Fought For ColUga Draft again! Even the hunters can't do>> much in weather" hk* we EkvMiun sundMUjs Among A TAMPA
had Monday sight and Tuesday 1IMIt'"MII' festers teams, OokUnd had b>

If..... who had done an excellent job of recruit. Just tn case H dues get better an>time soon well remind far the best record-tut VMUTM* C DERBY

MINDS DIES fag Mars fought tooth and nail for a move which _ITS CA slain we.d ,) hunters again that most bunting areas art open every day and lit Imtea-against WIt .. Tomorrow
Uilend clubs the T._ -W ii unul this coming Sunday night The only exception that we Us own dtw.... K
PHILADELPHIA (AP-J ha assured the development of the I it Ocala National Forest where
: M know of to this is the Friday Night
of the college player draft The All. t tE-l'.s-
II Minds a Walter Camp All setting up .. will be closed
America in 1M7 and a membeiof American Conference-now de'untl-and the exist. r..a I And well say again turkey. deer bear and waterfowl New Year's Eve

the Football Hail of Fane,, ing Canadian leagues and American Football Leagueall : :..-:..saw. '=! hunting ends Ibis Sunday night over most of the stale Tough On Goalies Fans Your
died Tuesday at ha borne. Hi use that system of selecting talent It gives the n Exceptions are for deer. bear and turkey in the Third District

was 11.tJlDds.. Uilend clubs first choke. They can use it two ways. -:..a tOv4. vo a. Y. north Florida-and for some special gobblers-..only turkey. DETROIT u>-Ciaalios Juhnn AppreciationDay

a lawyer played tackle During the current season they can obtain a player .. ,.. Cep-sr. .tares Mss a.w I.uraa hunts thus spring in some areas. Bower and Terry Sawcnuk must
and fullback on four Univerarty from another club by yielding a first-round draft ..a.-ti.e...C.C.rw.w.... MSUM.r,M..i.e-:..:' Dove bunting lasu for another week-until ha- 12. Hunt have felt hke New Year's Eve /s SaturdayALL

of Penis)lv nu football choice. Or they can draft in their respective spot and ....:'... a-a a.... -' lug for Ihia species is afternoons only but every day. was bemg cefebratod al their
teams that won M out 01 M. get the pick of the collegians.: Of course, with the w.--w'.1--*t*-**. ..,. a ii .- Quail and squirrel hunters will have until Feb. 21 state own nets M tbe Toronto M.ptoUs FANSADMITTED

games from 1 4JhrougnlMTWrestling is e..wYi wideWe DctnMt Red Wisp hotkey
other leagues the signing competition tougher.It's L.tMYIwe
M.h duet have .much. the way of reports of kills on the
.. N.hT 0- a stem the major baseball leagues are I' : n I Came Management Areas this week because of the illness of WHAM three minutes and 46

beginning lo examine more closely. It MM installed .a.. .a._. ....... !U'1N. Art Runnels, the remarkably efficient and cooperative information seconds the Leafs and Redwings FREE

back in the *=.'a in the NFL' and it was a major .-_ -YM-ra.M- -M. aMar.N .-. .j officer for the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com banged in six goals- NO MINORS

constructive toot e. .r -.- .... mission in this Region. three each..as Toronto wits a
UltUMO AIMOIt- And Halas was one who insisted the pros "leave r_-=--_..... 1Ia. _I Ia Throughout this entire season Art has furnished us with wild i-l battle in moving into MATINEE 2 P.M.

the collegians alone." By this he meant for the pros _aM first ........ the most complete and comprehensive report on hunter sue- a second place toe with Montreal NIGHT S P.M.
SAT. NITE S ,oM. to permit the player to graduate before signing him. _II)... .,a I" Mir aI. cell wo have ever received from the Commission. In fact in the third period before lUC
before - I--1. a..aN e.wdJ fitw just a short time ago he told use he would have some figures law watching the Leafs put an U.S. 41 NO.
It's against the NFL Constitution to sign a player -
I that would surprise us end Detroit's unbeaten SULPHURSPRINGS
to three-game
before he's used
CHALLENGING MATCH his class has graduated or up .
streak It was Tuesdanight's
KARA his football eligibility. Thus he can be signed as soon TAMPA DOG i Chances Better At Beginning only NHL act '.
VIUMU as final college season is over although graduationmay TRACK ENTRIES I
hill hoc. ...-. Kihl.r Keel not occur until spring. He claims that hit figures so far show that hunter success
,.... .. _'.. ..... .'- .. ratios are just as gaud our at the end
K.., K.. hint b.e This was a key move because eliminated a lot ..*.I.. T...'w AC! ."- Way. WWMMn ... on management areas
v.his.c .... p.Aau.r of opposition from college: coaches. In fact they could ._** tt_MiCa..i... .. mmr .*m.*. 01 the season as they are at the start We questioned this
..: ll W.( a..r CM. but he Mid he will have the proof-and we are looking forward -
use and get help from the pros in tutoring their players. _.tCOMO..._. watt--ant..._ _Hite. ...S1..r ..c.T ... to seeing those figures when be gets better
VllLMERIi' for _. ..._ ... '
... Sid Luckman roamed all over the Midwest wr a CM. NO 60CORVAIRS
li -- ... He did tell us one thing that makes sense. He says al
... the Bears in those teaching and assisting. He ...... .*CI-t/.. Mil*. .._ S.
Ii' years t-i.a..r. c.... IMMMt c... ".*.. the beginning of the season there IS more game and agrees
; .....T'. worked with Johnny Lujack for three yean when ...-. a.tw. ---_... ... Mart easy that the hunter's chances are better But ho says there are

r O'Hara Lu jack was at Notre Dame. .0Y5TH.._55C1-area. ..... ..- a. more "green horns" in the woods then and the success ratio
Sus NwwaL.
.. I, Those two basic r&desoer.. put in by a man a.a..._...... .._......art'.......Taw Cass is, therefore lower than it would otherwise be 2-Dr, i 4-Dr. Ci..s O.e Owe Cars
it..r who did not stand to gain by them. Halas had a : /t While at the end of the season be continues most of From
::: :=: at" \: =
.La T the collegians freeagent Ys 1 the hunters who are sticking with it are the experiencedones
much better chance to sign as a
....... ... ....
and they take proportionately
...... .._ more game s895PENDARVIS
than did else-with the possible exception 5aca.-au riw c.
I"ft. anyone _I, l- A_ T.... ._. $q, be does have a point But we'll agree with him only
a"-U. KOXM.TAIOIS of the Stars of the New York Giants. But .... ._ ._ &.; T..
.v .. away after we see the figures.So .
hats knew and felt then that those two rules Mere a.1T. VACS. M*!/.4v r.ww>. *MAT O much for that. We do have some reports, from tbe

necessary, If the sport Mere to nn.re. And be .V..1.5T.ar.Mr... .... ....*-MAT..*) M M* r* girls at the Commission office who take the radio messages.
,ad* eODOV n Jack AWNi pushed them through.He .I.MTH ,Mtl* ...*. O>M* .. They say that the hunters on the third Citrus Wildlife Management
was gracious to the press and cooperative. :::. o.r 1.5 \ :w a.14....s.-.St-raw: lulu, Area gun hunt accounted: for seven bucks this past CHEVROLET CO.
GLADIATOR .... ........
lAY ANDREWS About eight yean ago some fans here wondered why _HIMTM_.u.a..AC M4v(..{c/_>. rata.. _.'_. ...A.. weekend (The same figure the Thomas party gave us last 710 Ms. Fu.rida Ass.Lakslamd .
football exhibition couldn't be played in Bryant __ .. ,. Sunday night)
a pro aw4 Mk 4tty lure.v.
.,.... TO *V.I.TLIJEIIT ....-.. This next weekend incidentally will tee the fourth and
Stadium. I wrote Halas. My reply was late comingbut TU". Sacs.rat ..... ..- A
LONDON the He : .S.Tq. r..w.. situ. "tt...I mat gun hunt in the Citrus area for this season
I had written in the middle of season. I .. : P. air 1..y
._'. O M.) ..... 1_...5.. rr CN C..._. Hunters got another eight turkeys In the reheating creek
W exhibition
VnkM factual and to the effect that ,...w.aac ....
.....*. sij* sun .... siJ* was concise .. ..... L.;..-.. sit..-. ..0.-.. Management Area this past week bringing the season total I
U SIM I'y ; C4 eau.r.wy 5.L.K for the to %11. 4 ,
drier area
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'64 Outlook:

Better Pay, i.


.I By Business SAM News DAWSONAP Analyst

NEW YORK (AP-The ton-
comer may have more moneyn
: hi* pocket In 1964 and prices
hould rise little if at all
But most Americans wnl
;pend their greater lake-home
pay for more things although LAKELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS
I tome will save a bit more than
I in 1963. There will stm be a sizable .
number without Jobs however .
especially those in the
younger age bracket And AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONchain John It Phillip,
those o nfuted Income, notable A. C Wright; ,
among the growing rank d ,.. .. fin a-I. DiNctet '_I4 t. DiNctet

the elderly, win still have fn ,..- --. -

watch Shortages their pmnie of goods aren't hi THANK YOU, LAKELAND for helping us maintain our ever increasing growth pattern. It's a lot ',.:-rf i

competition sight Foreign will and keep domestic producers eosier to grow and prosper in a vigorous, expanding climate such as we have here in Lakeland We

and sellers wooing the consumer -, are proud that you have chosen to place your faith in this Association and we renew our pledgeto
a* strongly as ever
I eager promote many new continue to serve you faithfully throughout the coming year. The officers, directors and staff P

Here' the ISM outlook for of Lakeland Federal Savings and Loon Association wont to take this opportunity to wish you all t _
hour job and pay, for the cost
of food clothing, shelter cars a very prosperous and HAPPY NEW YEAR! '
and service and your tax
bills P
* *
JOBs-Number will Increase
slowly but unemployment wo* STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAFTER
May high

fobs More threatened worker w by* find new their machine THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1963

Union wftl. phig hard
for a shorter wont week and ASSETS LIABILITIESCASH
other hedge The ttnskifved. e-*
pecisfry' those t set entering the ....rt L AS.tns, Jeme M. w.n......,
growing labor force, win fmohe ON HAND AND IN IANKS $274,271.91 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $2,211,404.99 I..,..... Viet h.ad..r. DIrectef VIN "...../. DIrectef
Funds placed In tMAttoetotion
> going tougher than ever.
WWWMtRSONAL FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS $2,29'.064.91 by Individuals
INCOMEcontinue *-** Loom on Improved real' estate corporotion, QuoroVons, t '
on Mpward trend trustee* and other

If a tax curt .1ft'IafWI., and LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $9Stl67 fiductorie
effect the entire year, the IMlocuwe ADVANCES FROM
Loom to member secured
fatal c old rise ft* IHMCTII
as US MHO above die *472Mhon by pledge of their account
amwrtl rate N Ml near IN PROCESS $111,9 Si.14 a
the end of IWt since a federal INVESTMENTS fr SECURITIES $18,700.00 Fund owoitmg oHburee*
lax art might Mimntate genre Federal' Home Loon went on completion' of
II fIt'OftOmtc: growTh and half construction or npo-in
Bonk Stock
pcKtft-bookl. tanei
Maey on hornet
butWII *pptfif for plant stgeipnmeM
W0 card Pad pea OFFICE' EQUIPMENT $16,560.46 OTHER LIAIILITIES $1.40
Inns/ fcomrcUt1Na Lew Depre fc>ti0n Current obhgotioni
* *
OTHER ASSETS SS.9K.I7 ottde to dote otodoMionol
sandy "'"t wan t'eMMut .iswsy
I Iteea protection
ItMrI, prudaseriandrising for our member

held dust pates of many nan

Wiotar d gad, uakss abaeMkAb 0. I. K.VWr, III, ak..14 H. AfNPp'
boom pain Idle NfII' () ASSETS .,- m- 0-..
cItY to work and makes cwn**-
then vamaiM.( Bat tae.
C1'fIf'IIIIitoI M lilt s.st of *. JULY, 1962 . $000.00
Wtwli.* end tervkM UH M. .,

Sale" TIN biggest Mcesa DECEMBER 31 $1962. . . . . 1096556.19 4 x
al&a was is seat. traupenaIua.t.dk'al .
cart end ncaat4oa.
* DECEMBER 31 1963 2619032.34
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IN Paesuas. COIII4 .I'fflft

Rout bamnc KntiMttty bad For the Record . . ;

rkpana, r oi| at4i' are for
fairly ruble |prim MnNtvrrtad MtMlll' *
M abundance hr the ..- MWIA1 MOMl LOAN SANS Of IttMUOlO
pindtnf Amrrict* fnpdi M U. UVINCS AND LOAN UA6UIriOtlOA
toad pr.ear* enxfl reul SAVING AND LOAN UA6UIIIMIAl
tile W.... by MaiMr M b*< SAVING AND LOAN IMtUtANCt COtfOIATIONtHl FiiN.
* *

O011UMC Sfriwi sgpare p
_ _ _
may ltd c..c a bat mart sea w

hail IHJ MW M UWTMb MlMiM H........,
use rams, tY./r.d M pelf Draa 0-..
filial .....-. wapa is
Md ffwt prtMl ar Our I/OMMI To You!
aspersed to lap >*rjo Nwt -
But 1M afparti Iadritey CENTURY ELECTRIC
I* loutLinf far a hewer eels HEATING PADFREE
volume ayway, m> ci>alry attu .
cut (HTM Urftrp t.h.n-hssne !
* owl toetfy seam. K et... pod .uettypradud
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tray w Good HeamLMP s T*dDOealS VOW
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Ion tan Jw .
peasiw new .,.*.,..M haute.Aare .caw !a $150 am mew : ..ddSt00
lull cf vaeanrs. U ..... a wewr ph.n a ccost Mtn.dA ....
cream IK prior of alder bowM '.4,, 10. Ssh. ............ ri# ..... 'a
has 1aMea W a eeIsstdse anal c. ti cetMU a0 r'. an to lent
away ,......
aad for sew hacsg
is expected W foMimiM ..... :
Price of sew homes .rt eo
ported la cb* b o* rtkUy.
but mortgage rata ..i la-.
creams .. a feaerd islereIstsghteaieg.
w Urcc McNeill. Dudley P. T."..,
AUTOS-Prices hold despu* DwectM Dilectv
nstng material coat aad high
More car per tamer and thai j, STAFFc,7
growing number of leeertfer
bolster markets for new and .
used cars. Automation offset*I
the cost roe of some production
pans, at least w part, but I 1
upcoming labor aegotiauan !
may Affect price of next

fall' I OISd.I.* w I I I e--- -b I

ADD IT lP- be first half ot19M
loot good for both these!
consuater and for buuness.. |!
If the momentum holds, the jJ'cbcnttEdJii 1L
hole year could be a repeat of) 51-595
the performance of 1W3: ....*.. J
Inks better than the precedingtear
in most categories. AND LOANASSOCIATION Dor lea. Thompson, Mr*. Jeoaett Ca.id",
: :* M N.../ ......h... M.MNN Less 0.-
Domestic Cats

I Turn Wild iC.r
: Pia b Tanadutaa

I In New York r141 ?

A NEW YORK (AP)- omKt ic
I cats gone wild have turned Central -
I Park' bird sanctuary into 1!
private jungle
I Evicted from mid-Manhattan'
apartments, the cats have found
food bunting among the park's
song bird. and migratory

duck A park, worker said Mooda\ Mrs. Ketki C o.ey, I. J. Vick.",
\ 47 ci were trapped Urn Mw.s.*. l... *n<_ c.........
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JERRY USKA (Oklahoma) Wilkinson sump 39-12 trouncing from Big Ten
Associated Press Sports Writer and hold singular Rose Bowl champion lows in the 195 Rose Wed MId.,. J.,. I. Ilsi U
PASADENA Cal f. (AP) records BowL A greater embarrass
Third-ranked IRinoit, the Big DHnoi1 Pete Elliott 17 who ment befell Elliott In his second

Ten'a Onderefla champion I hat ridden a coaching roller Illinois season aa the 1961 in in) ----
tackled anderdog Washington 1 coaster at both the University staggered through the school'

Ole wavering Big Six winner In 01 California and Illinois, has first while year (0-') In history r
the 50th ROM Bowl football coached on both aide of the .
game today I Rose Bowl fence. Washington'* Jim Owen. X, 1. Playoffs Bring
The kickoff under sunny skies! On Bowl Team now hi his seventh husky sea
before 100.000 In the huge bowl He also played defensive'son, hat become the wizard of
nestled hi the Arroyo Sam, was quarterback o n Michigan')modern ROM Bowl coo tel.
scheduled for S p.m. EST with team which routed Southern This is Big Jim's third Pasa
a national telecast and broadcast California 494 in the 148 Rose dt'lla'I.1t in rIVe year Hit tar WASHINGTON STAtnu IN ftOSt *OWL-Wirit MM .. **.. ibis h hue W*.!,!*,** ..ffl KM Unity Of TeamsBy

by the National Broadcasting Bowl game No other coach can derdog Huskies torpedoed Wisconsin rr .(.)** ,...,. !. MM Raw taut see ins MN.nean.. The. .... lee N rltMi 14 J.. M_

Co.Thla. I(match that three-way Rose 444 In I960 and the following cm, little M*. trift t**.. Kill H...., e...*. I.... StaMy. f med Kick hd ea. ..... I.'.

was a collision of two:Bowl parlay year humbled national M. end At ...... t.tlitt HclfWcIxtfWck 0..0 ..,. ....-Me. Sill Dee,.... bilked I....a Cd'er. turned flight
dub rated at least-tikety-to-I Pete' California Bear took II champion Minnesota 17-7. IM MWrW. Sienna .. tar Mae" .. CeHty. CIoet4 ........., II ap d.d N MM M JACK Sports FLOWERSAssistant ItorUlter' clubs and out same players top Before

succeed contenders nnta the I his ...<. 196)! season was weD underway ( Note nit Is theMCVfM Ittrhig seer
j Slants on Sports m A series of ankles Terry wa at Lake City forsir
Pint la Decade with bead foothill reaches ef ( .. .-.

But Illinois resurged amu 'Steals'Contest the Ptk County high achocls.The "I've never coached outside
bigly from a dismal 2-7 record A Happy Bear Far : Kentucky sere win caver the ... of Florida" related Terry

a year ago to win IU first Big pieta *f cent Inning and nit* however, state playoff are
Ten title.M a decade. I proving the slate football something' 1 watched waited
Washington dropped ft* first champietNhlp playaftt ta the and hoped for ever sine t

three garnet and then out Enjoys His Dayfly From DukeBy State of Florida) started coaching I think most
paired favored Southern California Aubnrndale'i head football of the other caches around the
feel the too.
for the Big Six crown. state tame way
Coach Tom Terry teet the slat
This also was a showdown between I HAL BOCK Kentucky' Cotton Nash got hot tie Ruwetl scored M points and championship playoff at t "Other cute have playoff
two Ylgorout 'youni JACK SLAYTOS Associated Press Sparta writer:Nash, who led the Wildcat wWi Bill Buntin added 21 and method of Improving the overall and they have proved racces
conches: who bear the Bud Ledger Sport Editor The lights nearly went out for M point, scored 2* after Inter grabbed 21 rebound at the Wolverines high school football program fuL Why shouldn't Flo ds."

Youll. pardon an old Chicago Bear fan his gloat. op-ranked Kentucky Tvndiy miss km. won their ninth ta ten M Florida Terry didn't lust too much

Cotton Bowl Ing and chortling-*nd when I say old I mean old literally and figuratively With lea than a minute to go start, I "It should bring about a unity to say about the Improvement!
enough to have wen that tint Bears-Giants title The Wildcats, down M points and the sore tied, Kentucky Loyola of Chicago, apart tahe among the teams," remarkedTerry of such playoff
turtle at Wrigley Field In 1933 For Bear fan the to Duke at halftime the Sugar stole the ban and went Into a Qusker City Tournament regained The state now It more "I taut elaborate oa asybnpnrments
Sow basketball tournament's freer I set thot Randy It touch wfth a beceove data
tip one coring or leas split into three sections
thrill of the much watching
FeaturesBailie championship wa a* Uiamptonvhip game paged a Emory oribbled moat of the $-*] victory over Indiana afeature north, central and south StateIpia'Offl A saint sa.e>v.d a* the repent <
Papa Bear George halts cavort on the aideUnet. a* second half comeback andttfled Mob of Let
tim wy before feeding the game a Chicago wM help bring all area AA venture me goon
it wa watching the Bear score a victory a* Inv out the lisle ll'7). Terry icy otiose Ha reset ht Ore back Medium douMeheeder Skip tugetlierMm record a* ..tlnal favor a

Of QB'sDALLAS preset a* the one the "Momter of the Midway nwHty'0 m slid Wldl VWtaeoonds board and fell M Tboren'l JJ pmnt and 21 rebound Interest wall oevelnp. playoff for class A and the

turned In during the early '4T*. Ml produced the deciding Anton tank third place lot care helped IHinoi lo h* aec crowds was Improve and football sther cfataea."Yet .

To Ifttf'2t later-there I* a differ'sure point. watwameot IK over Loyola sad victory of the wino over, 1 think wt should have
year will certainly be better
(AP) Mow diet K crowd it' Duke. No. t .In IM week Ataoriated -of New Orleans M a game delayed Notre Dame, 17-71. M the opener garnet a playoff ta dan A net sea.
In Held )
that Wrigley roar. sac there will be no lath about'our
feel to be the "other ..annbatt" lal' Press pig, rolled to.. a tl mini,, wins a power on. However let's H grsdoaNy .
uslks. It' the cl..e. to or team was better thanyniaa
of the Maybe eM 747 halftime before
fat the big game ._ margin.... faun left the UyoU Ffetd PH'iI'I Rambler. and add a different class
But The playoff* will
year? mahe etery community hat a different pitch. Nave without Mrt But they Th* Ramblers No" t ta the prove each season. fa other wads
That would be Duke Carflateqvanerbetk It'* unique and one I guest 111 always remember.. N.S SQUADS stay on for the KeMwtfry-Duke .poll were paced by Wont Let which It the brat team, class A M IH claw B ta ISIS,
of national door Yankee Stadium' hat a different aound-a loud game Hunter, who snored 37 point before In Ma IB-year tenure ol AofcwneVe ate "

Man Tenet which faced No" 3 grumble and grwwL tlr.lnl. a crencendo. The W rig* PREP FOR Nash wlM scored M pomt ta rolling out midway ta the teach Terry bat... Camel Terry hat a reaao for

Navy and eti*... AB-Amerlc Icy Field roar I* almost ht>Holic. It ran Inspire two game, we named the eomd halt and Ron Met what ntermg the playoff system

Roger Stttbadi M the CMtoaBowl and arw...e. HULA BOWL tournament' ewuadMa .eUvSevewhonked Ml JJ Dick VanAndale had N San 1'...
today. I era for Indiana Diego's ." commented Ter>
t felt I theidlm of
For wa Jwt
"I think any quarterback many year IIONOUUIJU (APMiMifc and Davidson won In other game*. St LMMoipM ",ft nth* system would pnigieat
mild Me to have It.allbedl'al youth romanUciam. That what I heard had no effecton Saudi foortMfl oevad. both the OharluM I.v..t4onal taMM a Ohio Mat IIM In *wt* and each dial could benefit
Mural aMHt*." Cartel said the player themoefv Shortly after Joining the warming ay U chilly net romp over PnaclasWidrata The overtime and Georgia Tech' from the other error andevenhMtty
"Me la by far the beat afl I Sl Pete Time, t met George Connor (the same gen weather for Saturday Hut Mrs a phenomenal M Mopped. Navy MT, 8.0 AgainstEast k would h* a anunder .

around qunerbck rue everIN. lleman who tntft'Vtn't'd' after the title last art almost. at M Mf'fftAdt1 per cent and ra wp a M-X halftime setup"M1ul.
.. 1 game In the Bear drawing. room Connor wa one wan Che arrival of nines pteyer*' lead m.nang their weep the biggest (hang*

But M to die way be Is. and of the alltlme Chicago Bear treat "George, 1 gum from the \t anaMend 1...*- Xra4M Teaa tnnk third plats Teams that.. will live to he made

1am0rwsy1amsadItinsin. I I mutt have been nut but do you know when I was day st..M and today a the Isiresmest. owning from Botketboll Scores Bdaspfralkim. H the big
.. I want to change lhL"ueleh Ishial a sbip Pews 4511, Maim. mated auurmrui
Th Nm.w/ : a"HfY..r
that uard. to
the Bear panics
etuMv. a regular patron of gems roar 'rewtes .
I* an 1 alf tf'd' ..rty toiAMig forward I* smug b..... Sirea4Ih 5..c1? .. uau agrw."" uyw
of granirbNf4wf Ret me I chat auppo. It ever or << SAN DIEGO Caltf owTVia ; h
atrambhng type" .. We* Lea Caaaexw and lowr oihM lem, the urinal siS ta *
o retreat M, H or 2* yard the players did It. orb from tMHMl'* Innam WMMng,''.=.-t"t.. Dego Charger sill heprtMltMlt I rtda.....
bHMitd the toe end then throwsor Are >M kMdl.T, ke ended -Me Ua>.. Oregun Slit ptayen treats rewaloKd mad at Van. .... .N11..rvi n..m.r: M Sunday Amerkaai'M *l weicWd a coopla of
insdays over ..
runt. ,.. made a and ur- vied |* My that crowd cold mean t at leu point BNbN Mrthodiat w-.y la the .... derfcM aWmped VMgttM MAury : ': l I. *] league duaipIaahgi thaw ptayefl game IM pail
lug the aaaon. mart of H byAter I.....* IJTI. It sal the tr-M. r..e.. game bn....a they was th* IdWentera ........ ta AV" rested 1rry >
on the hlg da>*. It %i a* ol"*)* a factor U awr keygante /owl. ...
5 \
it** oiraisM vtitory over two 5Mn DMklon lids
an CM .
and woe 1 IW M Miry war
pasting *-IMrwit, Gr"' Bay, New Yotfc and W aUIngtoet. Wan balDIstli tad Nr tto .... a Cornm ar .
J ors That. were hlg game and If >on didn'tthink Disk InwaMa. :s."L. Bas. tMf'I...... -zt-tt: 1 But. M aeemt nolurtmtau. great and autcwixitut
test the haM "
Carte made from tti* San Diego v ewp< inl wit only
at many yard 4" nwhmg and .. when ).w flat ran .. the field, that crowdao lie and guard eve WAoM **ww i FVA ranked Mnwtgan btvkitu ,1 .. iNKita.r_ that the Charger woal M pU tar 1".J ., buteoathMg
4 It peaking Me apactatttot laIM let >o.. ka ow. You MUdrnly maid ywurwlf gig ... the North was met fut! home court toonng record' MIII47 I n *.t.> .** ....wiit mg ik*. team seek tfi* bn. will Improve
keller. It..t.. tiflod U.le.) etreftgti lor lei rtm timelUMtaci a waist over DruwM. Cat", ::. :.'=_ :=.. t rr I
hlq ,- quenefwat* npi a. lang yo .p. Kkfcnff Mm Saturday ... ___._ __ '_h'.1_ record ag amal Eattera Divans "Here one vue fur statefootball
.a.w: N' iii. charge out of It toM dU. Of roam, If .
e get tame ewnyweriss they were, UM playoff I hop you see
7, HfTdlllam '
komHime*11 wa .'.trMtb <<. Hat when yen were glad.,) FISHING HUNTING Charger nwldnt possibly kw C M rlaat A M Mda t'rUconrfcidod

Oregon fleasMustangs behind. sad lhat rally roar (ll alway amerced dif> J hnny Sal and .1 I pica tide tamo ........" Terry

21.14 sisal thru) inept over thai kid, )o.. fell ...... ter Tom t.wu piaymg Areas They'd h* pUying agaMetthrmtelve -

thing. It gate }w the klg lift. Navy M the CWwn Bowl., Hunting I *
The )bread program gal ** And fiat week Chieago'i Bill George wa ouiaWtj die only North star ....... I .kin Is Ned t 1T I HAPPY'A

4r way Twoaday M El Pan by a TV aportaFaavrrDo" you thank threes anything fur today prank, |MM.4, thM/H play his ....
Tex. with ()rt Ja'* Bob Barry] Two Saw sur-4iJ Stun Close
for to the claim that the Wrlgley FMd crowd fa All}dean and haMhai Tommy Sunday ,'ion' P.trwea, WM sum the fcM NEW YEAR

aNiid beading tin Ducks M a IM', worth points to )'0'1'- lord of Teaat sloe are HUM era DivM** rhamptunthui M a

victory in the Sun Howl ..*. You betIn the big t...... ec.r.. wa to declare wg, They, ww1 he M H<"m>ufa By I RIO W, 40NCJ playoff rem. the tVuTHk ... M Matinee
a StMthM Met idla Warner alone the line of what Connor *aM to me over saul Thursday foateiMng. Conoa thurmiag ua.r I The Chargers, strangefe. had

-en wan -....... .mr ten year ago" that crowd Inane from 7 to ten polish Bowl. dvtJBOWLING' ,.'.*. wt wish.. you all a very" happy and protprraut New only a .155 nmrd .. then own
a few hour bedim lhaOrg4M You Just rant help fetUnc e.cit d and aroused by Year do'imin. ItMW heal Basis Cn> : Today

*.... it It's a factor A bit orw.* LAKERS CLING A4. peraunally. wwti we do bade to ae* Ih* yes past twice, hut ifirt two game* walk

bwai a 114 MMMM Papa Br Hala .Ka bowl accused of pinching WEST LEAD ta a way ..'.* gM to see. Itfcl g.*. It .ha b*** a sad year landAgaMrt Qeover. and but (wen lo Oak Post Time
bad CIa Dennis Km ir. wuwy the packetbookcpoclally M far as the players. ... TO In wary way CenaMly w. ate glad 10 *** I.M mouth of
.fd rw* sd touchdown paws concurred But from the time He tuned' with the oMSUleys THE AUOfUUaTh rat-u December ajune H ore dust lint our guest it hat. team. a Easters rkvtota D
sa hart to D4oi Pp cIIIttr hand the
of lilt ,
team oa
|yin .Berry*Ue wid M M fwd ..*.. in Decatur 1U. and made the Me .... .Uik. Lo Aaaa* takes hea4a real rough... .isle that nm/iernise IBM new numb wad sill bring M i Cbargef* w...n eujhl games and o 2:00 P.M.G .
we year
of Red out of cooa. Halos has pod thoir hlaMewel fSAkkaabaHAaaaciattaai '
ton* aiftnia Granfe >a __
MM SM4J sand ta the deceit wtaiher fur hunung and f..hag. However at lust nun* Itey two from
quarter who John Rodent* ded onward and upward in his efforts to develop and westetw Piviamnlead .hasty two from Buffokti two NIGHT CARD

hauled in a three-yard Mush promote the sport of pro football today after tftMwwg the tse. M. '1'..... r5..a.r Ssv a .... J "J 5M J from New Tort and two from
dine paaa team Daaay ThaaaaaMd Even during 1M wild, "3H' whoa mosey WM I Low )(arts IH IUUd west. the .9-....5m eta, N.55.... I-. 4 am 5554.....-- 551 itaS.54.- M e4 r"s r. ........ 11 IAClS
yard touring Of But Green by Jetty . U tact th* Charger are
s area plentiful, pro football was a losing fame I T
ham. Mae WhoaWM , Bay's great Packer and then the Bears at the turn Laker scored M DIMM* w a d-dWf. w io siga Tof iouth improveineot For a ;rhampuuui of Ih* were PiktMoo 8:00 PM
24 tMOttda left, the M a- sts-minut Mlvo ta tin third few tWt bunts yeawrday K was fairly .... only. becauk Kair vie
itut ciUeswhere R
of the 20'd began to develop only in
....* aaade a b d to pull it out period Tuesday augkt. Bat as has bee lice CM M rare** welts M ao mar ;timid over Eauera Oivtuu $1,500
we* M wilt kick but it -_ franchMM .....ed.. Ihsa gas hack to "......." than ih* acid sad wind hM Magatnl ciub counted a* the went

M( Of hoUSldl Fought For College Draft Bann lb. huowr cast do aauch ta weather hk w* '... .... staaAng* Among A TAMPA
ad sfninday. ... and Tuesday asursiagl! ,*>r..era teams Oakland had by
Halos who had done an ewUeot job ol recruit' hut M ta H due get better an/tun soun w.1l remind ,lar the best record-an vii C DERBY
MINDS DIES ran buMcr that most .busing areas ar* open every day .. club
tag Marl fought tooth and Bad for a move which $61'j ji 1g. and tatx-against laM Tomorrow
tailead cluba-the .w. .e N.wr" u a uaul Uu coming Sunday mgkt. The orgy eacepooo that wo arm .."...... K
inured the of the .
development .
KIL c..s
PHILADELPHIA (AP-J "inn roc as know clIO liu w the Ocala National Intent sheet Friday Night
Mad Waiter Camp All- setting up of the college player draft The All- 1. raw ___ a. N WlUbCluMML '--

America In IM7 and a member American Conference oow cWlAnCI-ud the exist SIZI.4 e. 5..r c--,... .. And well say again-turkey, deer bear and waterfowl New Year's Eve
of the Football HAIl of Fame, fog Caaaduq leagues and American Football League - lass huniwg cad this Sunday aught over moet of the cut. Tough On Goalies fans Your

died Tuesday M hta ham. He all use that system of selecting talent It gives the era r rerr c-- t urepHnmt are fur deer. bear and turkey ta the Third Patriot

naa H. tailend clubs first choice They can use it two ways :M rs.wM- e 'I' esass. ants Faartda-and hr can special gubbler*-only turkaybuou DETROIT ttwGaaliet Ju ihan) AppreciationDay '

Mud. a lawyer. played taCk. During the current season they can obtain a player w. Cs.en .arts 555 '. J4.. ISM spring M tome areas. Bower and Terry Savtchuk taw
IB and fuHback on four UntverMy from another club by yielding a first-round draft :; en ass, en ra, .,t. Nap Nat 54.54'. Owe huaiiBg hats for anoihef week- nul J... I). Hunting Milt felt like New Years Eve Is Saturday,
of Pe na)1vanta football choice Or they can draft in their respective spot and M..ne. 54. for tans species M aherwouA only but every day ..** being celebrated at thru
tsai that won U out of M "Ih.. pick of the collegians. Of course with theotht'r Iwo 4..WTvi." *a-a.*,i.T5. *r.t .. Quail sad squirrel hunters will hav uaul Feb 23 cut- awn net M the Toronto Maple ALL FANSADMITTED
through 17n - Uaft-Detral Red Wings hociey
glints from V-C.VI : wideWe
leagues the signing competition is tougher ..-
dont have muck M the way of report of sJM oa the game.
a rro- Sae It', a system the. major baseball leagues are t : Ila : Came Management Area Uu seek becaui of the lUnes dAn WtUua three minute and 4Gtecond

beginning to exanuae. more clotcl)'. ll wa installed M .. 0 OJ Runoels the remarkably eHicient and cooperative Won *. the Lasts and RedWings FREE
Wrestling.UKOANOAtMOIT back U the. '34))'. U the NFL and it man a major -5 w--- 3555.w .s.....-1.1rM math. officer for the Game and Fresu Water Flab Carr banged M su go l- NO MINORS

ronUructho ....%e. rM -- w..5 nuMnua w tAil Regtun. three each- s Toronto won a
And Maliwas one who insisted the pros *l.a\e sNrai, -- IA es.r551aw Tbrou hunt bas ...... seasun Art ha funu&bed u* with sill M battle w moving into MATINEE 2 P.M.

the collegians alone" By this he meant for the prosto a557a ..... the must cumplMe and comprehensive report on hunter toe- a second place tie with Unites] NIGHT 8 r JL

SAT. NITE S fJA.CHAILENCING permit the player to graduate before signing himIt' .....-5J ..-. L-aM.W. rr55nM 1.... ceu we have ever receded from the Commission la fact. U the third period before IOC U.S. 41 NO.
before a. 1 K r..W hresiL54'y cup a short time ago to told use ha would have some figure law watching the leafs put an\
against the NFL Constitution to sign a player +
I that would surprit* us end to Detroit' three-game unbeaten SULPHURSPRINGS
before he's used
MATCH his class has graduated or up
Gt streak II was Tuesdaynight's
0 THAUKilUf his football eligibility Thus be can be signed as soon TAMPA D Chances Better At BeginningHe only NHL act:-.ai
VIUMU as final college season is over although graduationmay TRACK ENTRIES II i
.... bun o.wt Kea not occur until spring. claims that his figure so far show that hunter success .

K... K.. Nkn .... ,ask This was a key move because U eliminated a lot ....I..,T ..C(-. ./.. .KM.... e.-.*. e.. ratio ar* jut as good on our maaagement area at the end 1

... a eat .... ....-. of opposition from college coaches- f l't. they could .._. *..C..M. mmrM .-. of the tcaMM a* they are at the start We Questioned Uu
> w. err IMA.U but he IIId be will hav the and fur,
their ." ., .... .._ C proof- w* ar* looking
and from the to tutoring players sice. 4' --
use get pro .
v4. ,5. e.5...- 5e. ward to srotng that figure when" get beuerH .
'" Vll1Mflt Sid Luckman roamed all over the Midwest for ... a.-- w..r ml, .- 60CORVAIRS
o.- rrTru..eeau.5 hd tail ua one thing tNt make sence He says st
win the Bears in those years teaching and assisting He .._. t. w.5"5.5.t.55.0.. r..a Ctens. the begMUMttg the season there IS more game and agree
Iv. .._OY'. worked with Johnny Lujack for three years when --- r..a4_.... ... rr raw that the huaior chance ar* better. But. he My, there ar*

: O'Hara Lujack was at Notre Dame. Y-,_M.....-.. '.ca-can...... rw r.i.Mww..Lo. ..... .. mar "green born*" i* the wood then and the success ratiois

.54 Those,... bask rule were put In by a man e_..... .rr_......_..'1'Y__ C--' therefore tower tkan it would otherwise be. 2-Dr. i 4 D,, Clan Ow Owser Cars
CLASS WTA. who did not stand to gain by them HaUs bad a enr gaol-a.a, .:., Mye t Wlttl' at the end of the season, be continue,. most of From
TLArNATCN much better chance to sign the collegians as a free a.an-. .._.W...ap w_+_ W wrwKa. Y54iNam. the hunters who ar* sticking with. it are the experienced
.... ..
l.Awr.T than did eUe-with the possible ex. ...n. .r.M-..-/!* i>d.. ..*** C ones sad they tak more pmt proportionately 6895PENDARVIS
agent anjon 5"r. !.... C. Tan Tame* So, be does have a pout But nt'e agree with him only
IUI' lOX ; replica of the Mara of the New York Giants But s..1 _... .i "l wrr tv
.... VlVCMT?::A .. ..... after w* tee the figure
llalas knew... felt then that those two were r..wr: h.rr- / rw.IKTtNtH rr'r.' So much for that. W* do have tome reports from the
visas YAtOISMr. necessary, U the sport were to perseere And be =: a... w.-z y r..ww. girl at the Com Ni08 office who. take the radio messages.

GODOY n Jock AWNfi pjkhcd them through a r5r' r5ca.an5 :..... e.....$a. They My that the hunters on the third Citrus Wildlife Manigement -
He was gracious to the press and cooperative. 5.q. .s.- :::5.5 I Area gut hunt accounted: for scvea bucks this past CHEVROLET CO.

GLADIATOR ANOMWS About eight )'ean. some fans here wondered whya 1._Yw.s aK t-0IsUta_..._. .....14.artawes e, veekand. (The Mm figure the Thomas party gave us last 310 N., Florid. Art.lak.laad .
UV pro football exhibition couldn't be played in BryantStadium rayr Mai c.. ..; L- wrr Sunday aught)
..... TO W."Tt4 w- This next weekend L incidentally will see the fourth and
I I wrote Halos My reply was late coming **C -*/" 5.4..N A.
Hill LONDCN .. ... 5.54 h.-. final, hunt in the Citrus for Uu
SaT gum area season
but I had written in the middle of the season He ::.: 5..r :. .a: .r.: 5w'Lwt. I
... _. Hunters got rioter eight turkey in the r-wfceaung CrwkManagemeat
taw. T. CN C"
v.a.r IW.r's Mss 5w factual and to the effect that exhibition '. ....
I was concise<<: : I 1115551' .ca.-.18; 5.- total
..mw ua. Ayr UJ1w.w c..>.! Ar.. LW ._ .. 5.4etr Area Uu pst week, bringing the season
0.r u .,... CoU. H.a c_ s.._ lor the area to TO.
(Ceotioutd oo Pag It, ) 5.54.5? 541 I

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f'-I N-S Defense Lineups Listed For Senior Bowl GameMOBILE J i Navy, Texas Out t ,

MOBILE, Alt. (AP) North both teams off the practice field ble defensive starters. The South defenders are Bill middle linebacker and Georgia
and South coaches hive named Tuesday and made coach They were Buffalo's Gerald Tranx (225) of Louisiana, State Tech's Ted Davis (225) and Louisiana . To 'Pick' CottonBy
I' starting defensive line-ops for twitch tactic The team were Phllbtn (ill) and MusUngum and Jake Adams (225) of Virginia State's Buddy Soefker j
i the 15th annual Senior Bowl scheduled for drills on pas patterns College's Roger LaLonde (255) (215) on the outside. +M,
I football fame Saturday, and wide plays, but they ends; and Pacific University's Tech, at ends; and Ken Wilson picked Boston Univer ...
Sleet, mow and rain forced had to settle for gymnasium'work Don Shackleford (2.'iCI and NeMalta'i Korea (288) of Louisville and sity's Bill Badness (213) for the By ARTHUR DALEY performed unbelievable heroics
Instead. Lloyd Voss (147), Whaley Hill (224) of Mississippi middle linebacker, and Kansas' @l' 'l1n1 [inIr. in this one and almost
Signal drills were conductedby tackles. tackles. Han is playing hi Ken Coleman (210) and Ne- pulled It out. On the last play
NEEDED North Coach George Wn.onl I VOlt win report after the the Sugar Bowl game against braska's John Kirby (220) at NEW YORK Darrvfl of the game his end-tone pass
.- bid.---- -. MM of the Detroit Lions and South Orange Bowl game with Auburn Alabama today |the outside spots Royal the handsome charm for the winning touchdownwas
.. .. ... .
-- er who coaches the University deflected.
II sal std ..._ Ie e..blraw. tutor Tom Landry of the Dallas ltoday.I The South' linebackers win Alabama's Benny Nelson and! football team barely
of Texas
s..t .n Cowboys. I Landry listed four defensive average 22S to the North's 21)'Auboro's George Rose were Um Texas also had an agonixmg -
_. watched the Navy squad
CM WMIWr Kin. ray Wilson named four defensive halfbacks ordeal m this same Cot-
men averaging linemen who averaged 241xmnds. The Southerners will have Mi listed as
-.m. before Its
24C pounds is his f'IbI. ami's Dan Conner (245) as for the South. bering up game ton Bowl. But It swooped M
with at Philadelphia a
Army yards in the final five minutesto

117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. LAKELAND OPEN DAILY 9-5:30 FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M. month They ago.sure have an abundance Teas wrest AllIeS victory 11 to from IX the the

of health," he aid winning score coming with a YOUTHFUL AM6UR-Jim..

thoughtfully.He minute to go. I. .< Dots Drive IwUiHM ,
lIlY "
had good reason to be The Cotton Bowl affair .is
... .
TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE ap t** back bass tv*
thoughtful. If Navy beat not guaranteed as a sure cure
I cetfhfI toe u.shf able fWthtj
the Midshipmen would should
Army for hangovers but K
be invited to meet Texas m serve as a welcome distrac I the pkai. phi .afh ..
the Cotton Bowl In DaOa on ......... H. fleW M d The
New Year's Day. Nary did tion.Oh, )'ft. A Happy New I! sat w.. end ..d ....... h..

beat Army, even though M Year to one and atl. I -ft.
was not done very elegantly.
and thereby drew the big
cotton pjckbi assignment. Slant
\ Sports
So K will be a major showdown
I as Texas, the No. I college

team hi the land, faces (CenthMed. trem Page It, Cels. S-I)
Navy, the No. 2 team. It toutoften
that any bowl gets so games should only be played where the sponsor

prized I pairing as this and stood an excellent chance of getting their money
It pushes into the backgroundall
other offerings. Not even back. "Bad gale, even In exhibitions, don't do our

the Rose Bowl, Itt tradition sport any good" he wrote

Race-track proven by and prestige to the contrary, Th t', why that crowd roared Sunday. They
can come: elm to matching
the appeal of this one. hoped, along with the members of the Bears that

Parnelli Jones at What enhances the Canoe Papa Bear could have Just one more IHle He took

Bowl festival Is that M also a pretty severe beating for awhile when the Bean

will bar oa display the No. I were stumbling and bumbling. But he finally got
glamor boy of the eoteglate
speeds to 138.46 mph : gridiron Roger SUuback of his man-Billy Wade-and simplified his defenses

Navy, The Middle quarterback and sported the chub he wanted.
: Is on* of those fcmprob/ .
w able creatures such a* be Hewitt tons Helmet
,0 stride the pages of sport
ficUnn. Sometime K seem Even though there were about 32,000 more people
I. though he bad been Invented there lt Sunday than watched the title game on
SECOND 1f by Burl L Standish, that balmy day in '33, the crowd wa the same. And
the maa who Invented Frank the roar M hypnotic For the 33 game was played
MfrrtwttL earlier In December and on one of the warmest days
Roger remind me of of that month in several years. The Bears then featured .
wyatt Earp," tmrenfly atys an amazing end Bulldog buui, tolMog face
Wayne Hardtt, his coach, "... and *s tenacious as his canine counterpart, Bill Itewltlplayed
TIRE has become a legend before his pro football sans helmet He did this tin
hit time. H* b the fine loot'
bal player ere ever tea til his final two seasons. Then the helmet became

ad that Include: the proa part and parcel of the sport

0Z Such extravagant praise vto Bronko Kafurak ran over and round the oppoai*
I II ONLY lies every principle tocorpur Uon. In that fame he charged' up to the line, leaped
I rated In the duner of the up and flipped a short paas 0't'I'he' line to Hewitt
dacne Unto The code forbid who ran about ten yards and then laleralled to Bill
any coat* M we a ... KJJT, who loped the ml of the way to score. Near
periative Mb** K Is ...... all but
the. end cone Gene Honsanl of the Bears
U a. ojiptwwti" wKMMU The accepted Worked the Giant4 Ken Strong over' the fence Prior
M te gtowtng
word on Iris o*.. players to V there were no blathers to left field-only left
wail a college career to to f'fft"" The field M you saw It Sunday, was" revtted
hted. The thrary beMnd (MlrrMraint In 17), Jack (Automatic, Jack) Manders kkked three
la that It prevents I field ff..ak. U was quite a day And on the final
ntsh of MI.Mm t* fee play( the ....... New flipped
ranwtDNewman "I
E r beat over the middle to Dale ready
r But tta **di la only a
"> to lateral with receiver Mel Ifetn faring nothing but |
Yet M ewdi level.beaded
IwaJnr. M a
and Ulle But Red roared |
young .*. that hast enpty spare a Orange ball
and UcUed BurNt-around the waist and the I
(.50.11 ;.:J to able M Uk .1 HMacdairo
M goehttanua"yb.hun too IW Dale! He's still trying to set that ball 2
falslettIl.ckw.'I lie ass a waamo s out of his arms to Hein. The pair wrectW for about .
tJv:tre for every AH-Amcrtra 1 seconds before Grange finally' downed him. It's t
team and Uw rwwway krill Hill pelted by ,b.OM; of the greatest defensive I
ar at the HMMAM Trophy plays "' .. ever a....." Z

as the aunts ouuuntag Afire lhat game cier)...e U lies land was ming '*
cotit.. football player Nan
1 the and Ike forward and
"Mot aU Uu rw she fake fullback pass paw
] sore cVligX than his MM Years later *.e prep r.ark actuallybrsgswshout

R '" A.l ... .. I teammate whKi 1ke new play I'te dr t4......" It
donut ST'IC7 elm or ipeew re
romem levea up In. o
I* the must nttrtMg tvnna was Ibo Nagunli spcld.
MPHI I They wlrhttood the race-track torture lest
giving the bad U he
prose Then came the Monster of the Midway of the
more trouble-lite! mike' Neon any other tift in its class 7 t ,; realty InThey 49'a- he ....-in-moUon. T formation, quick open

deeper rood more cofdi of tough -4-ply nylon moVes itO males a dmandod sheath.. The tW dMGNtvUna be ere and the down-sod.rutpsaa patterns.

"' -'Y'W"' 'nI of It by lam lowest, aM And after '*.. only a diviatonal title In '*4 but asuwKeqweat
2 Riverside Navy cafuw, CM bear ... km to New York uaU15wwky' .....
4.SQUAII GUAIANTII puling U we a lung dry period. The roar had changed on
.-sea "v.'e figured that hla fade many an afternoon to a nr Right away fans

-ii. "''4" $4 a.. w _tow_ i 1. ...........+.-.........-. hi.r.J .... speech," Md Lywk, .Voutdbe blamed Hal.*''a.. and"ht'. behind the time6. They
a" I .>.I btcawM
really M *
aloe behind
... 1 win.d .w 1w. were on quarterback
= -n- =" == that's what his anted fur la
1. ........--........ Wheat Lujark came !. the Bear ke Indicatedke "
"s.ui j ...... ............. .... if stud I'd of had thai bide ha begs extra: Mori.'Wh. would slay probably as l-g at Sid Luckmaa,

:'uFta-:1=a...= -=...- ....... (-':::. -.e- -x.54500.4_ leg Um year a He t u be Tbe Ban alt kid anolher fine quarterback wk
:.J....... ... J'$ -":--' ..... 1-".=\ -"..- W y a. ........-...........w i pretty funny" during .I, hour helped keep the Chi night spots

i Jll I i MM_ _*....-H'i.1aaJ/: ZZl)'=>a.w- ':.-,:*= 4. .....--.___ There have tee twacs tkM Ubtione**-tlobby taa.. lUIa felt ke could was

J..1.u-L-a..*_*''_ -..M.'U'II'4.::! / . *rates ..... H has appearedthat with Lujack. lie traded La)aai away, Lnark quita
..... awe t.. eoo4I ......h aar..a. it _ Ma i M-Mrtoffs. I the Jolly Rasa CM datnighiy few tN.... later and II was n4 until llalaa got

well what bfcrttagcf Billy Wade that quarterback problem was hiked
any sort Afauut Duke lor
But for flout of us early Bear fans the title
-.ce. h. ass hit ta .. -
FREE MOUNTING / air' a* h* started to throw a game was vtnc c.Uon-by iu magnetic appeal In
running pus. A It-r... Iou those early days of pro football, the pro football fan
seemed CftWL Bait ha were sneered at by college fanatic They don't hv
buuaced clear sad touk off on that oU college spinf The Monster of Midway
RIVERSIDE a twitting 45ard rua that made believers out of the metropolitan fans. But
was a thing of beauty. when I carne to Florida in '47,1 heard the same ditty
"He of trouble
get out as over a.... TV took care of that bromide. Y- A.
well a* aayone I've ever
seen" said Royal, the Texan Tittle In his courageous effort should put that to ret
who really fear hun.Suubach for good. Tittle certainly wouldn't sneete at the
"III. 42MO. M nut a Ikrow- JtftM extra-dtfference between winning and losing
from-the-purket passer He it but he didn't sUm hit helmet down in disgust with
--- SUPER POWERSILVER.COBALT what it lecHucally kAO a at two seconds remaining Sunday because he'd just lost

SATTtir a scrambler. Because he CM stout He slammed it down because he and the
OUAIAMni $7 TRADE-IN NIl U well u h* can put, heis Gtanu. had lost the title
...... a threat every time he
W r5. = PLATESRiverside touches the bait On the ewe Sunday was a great day for us. Papa Bear got

Nina eiv. .... e-... WARDS FINEST pas option plays be i* sheer" hia title. Next! The Collate All-SUrs to August
QweiUty Batteries murder *
t pi What make the Navy
w sup Texas game ao fascinating it Short Sport Notes
IIBDtd that the unbeaten longhorM
17 have one of the strongest defensive Lakeland's Tigers are still sans manager and general
team in the land. manager. Owner Howard Roth will probably
And the Chicago Bears demonstrated pick a general manager with Detroit's assistance in

'I.. a BpIi1M-. .j"! wlrk ends only a few days the next few woeks. The manager will be selected
V ago the pimibtUie* iRbe.tIa by the Detroit Tigers prior to the opening of the Detroit

g r: 8'0 ..RIdrift01t.Ie! Ow best boI a powerhouse defense spcial camp here Feb. IS. . Mot of the Uni-
though the weather in
/It ly e.. 8.g v dotty for inttGl't even lenity football
/t saves w tai Y Dallas will be a distinct improvement Tampa Spartans who have more yearsof
f j i10rt{ 1ft one atotMl.i
i on the parai>wg eligibility with the will remain with the
';- .s Dun cold' of Wngley' Field Texas school next fall The decision of Spartan alumni to
Wl1DS 3liai10
baa not yielded more than 15ta. pick up the tab ha led to the players deciding re
'a' 7a. ' s f::: .i own COPOCity cheat saw ...1.1too. Navy has nut scored main. Valse Johnson, former lakeland Dreadnaughi
kxm*,** 1 O4< less than 21. star and No. 1 quarterback at Tampa now will suck
; 1. .. tv! cobolt. (.volt. SisP The Middies will be lie with the Spartans next season. He has two more

eve y R-,et + gu)s returning to the scene seasons to go. . The Detroit Lions continue to lose
R WAtOS 30-MO. JTANOAtO of the crime. It was in this
INSTALLED FREf same Cottoa Bowl earlier in out in the player draft The rival American root-

I NO MONET DOWN Post, deptndobl* Morti. Equocor the season that the Sailors ball League signed the first three choices of the Lions
n* to It.f_ 11*< sustained their only setback for 64.. This is the worst record of any NFL team.
Priced' low. of the year, a dizzy lest upset Two years ago the Lions lost out on six of their first
by Southern Methodist. seven. Signed by the rival AFL but drafted by the
Th- amazing Staubach had Lions for 'M were: Pete Beathard (Kansas City

I ] Chiefs). Matt Snorton (Denver) and Gerald Philbin

SNA VA (New York Jets). The Lions finally broke throughand
MOtTGACt LOANStiavtcc signed their fourth choice, guard Wally Hilgen-
i* ova ausMU berg of Iowa. Best record so far is by the San FranCisco -


I sw R .".... .- Tech); No. 2 (George lira of Miami) and top-
"" ', .,, .... ... .11lIar 1..1.e
l.r r "'fI "S'iHW F future (Vern Burke of Oregon State),


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I LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, Jan. I, I HI IS '1' .
--"" -- -- -- ;

g1. daLQIaiuLHour J U


In Lakeland Persuaded

Tourist President To ReturnBy

t LUcIA MYERS From the waters he found one of his new

j A tall, ruddy Canadian Is facing the New hobbies. He learned to see decorative possibilities i

I Year with the responsibility of seeing that In the driftwood along the shores. He
hundreds of tourists feel at home In Lakeland. has a fishing boat and the lire of the catch

Walter C. Spracktm. head of the Tourist can usually be enhanced by the scraps of wood

dub was promoting Lakeland friendliness, which he finds at the water's edge. He strives 'I
long before his presidentialduties to bring out the hidden beauty: of line and color hundreds of mark-downs !
him to do I'
required so. In the wood by cleaning K carefully rubbing
This is what I teU people
It with turpentine and linseed oIL I
about Lakeland. Its large y'a
enough to be Interesting and He has also taken up another woodworking
small enough to get around task-fefinishing old furniture. He saw an
in" he .'Id. as he paused for j oblong table .which had been thrown on to f/2 Off
an interview after a club picnic trash pile outside a cottage. His intuition Up
several days ago. pierced through many coats of paint he
His enthusiasm for the city would find the hidden grain.
came at first sight. After his "1 spent easily: 100 hours on ft" he said.
I I retirement he spent a month He was rewarded by the discovery that it was
on the Gulf Coast early In made of Mack walnut which he rubbed and
IKS. At he started back "MBC. MYERS polished until It became a cherished objectin
home he stopped in downtown Lakeland for his home. 1 GROUP OF DRESSES $10 I

lunch. He remember how the buildings

6 glistened against the sky with a clean-cut --- -- --
look. He liked the atmosphere df the down ALL WINTERHATS

town section. After an hour he had decided
that Lakeland would be his destination when

I he came back to spend the winter He not

only came but stretched the season to May .. DRESSES

-- Lakeland's Verne New
MRS. DAVID HYMtR He found the city: friendly, and of course he
discovered that the Tourist dub Is m the
business of friend-making. CARL YE Voluts 6.00 to 24.95

Haines City Couple Why, Lakeland* home to me now." he
said. "I have mart friends here than I haw MR. MORT
beck horn" Cocktail Dresses

Recites Nuptial Vows The altitude of the ridge section I* another MARION McCOY
attraction for him. And DM beauty of lake And Formals I Price
I and orange grave never grow stale
RAINES an-" .. Card hons of lace appboued In the Every year tine: IMS Mr. Spracklin and ANDREW ARKINLYN8ROOK
Harvey. and David Hymer enthaaged front and back and flowed into his wife returned- nta this year when he had
marriage vows Friday a Irak A pftfbox hat of lace to come without her. She died at the end of SUITS
it ght at First Presbyterian,and pearls held her veil of Hu the summer But became of the responsibilityof ,
his club office and the friendliness which
ChrcfL The Rev Al Reese! perWWfco ston.Mr*. Jerry Cooper of Lakeland I he knew was waiting for him, he decided W COUNTRY MISS SUSAN THOMAS
the (WPMtOViy fofvOwMg was the matron of honor.! return at about the usual time. He settled at FRIEDMONTZELINCA
lnwic by. Mi** Henrietta Harvey !Bridesmaid were MM Barbara Jlltt I. Iowa" Ave near the club and has kept
Md Mrs. Robert fisher.Patent parts Mia Peggy ThompMn.M busy with board meeting and lawn bowling MAnliCK
of" the bride art Mr.I Lyn Wilson, Miss Sharon and other activities. Values 14.95 to 89.95 129.95
Values 49.95 to
Md Mr, Curtis Harvey Mr. Conk and Mitt Sandra Mark, Chrlrime A Challenge
Md Mr. --
Hymer are n.Rtngbearer I Christmas Day was a special challenge.
u. bridegroom' ,
parents I was Tommy bag, But he managed' to snake N a family day, after
Mr Harvey gave ms daughter Edw1n L Hunt served the bridegroom alt H* telephoned the horn of his daughterM WALTLR C SfRACKUN SPORTSWEAR
In marriage, the war a torROW I: at best man, Ushers Toronto before the family was .... Pie ... Vi1p"Skirts
NI of undMigM peecfe 'wer* Jay Whltworth MrConoer changed greeting with everybody ta the
MM fashioned with a fitted; Tom Cox of Davtftpnrt.! houvenold tndutfwg tilt four grandchttdrmHtt Sweeten., Blouses, SUm liens, etc.
b"de i ppHeved with Atencoti tarn Porter of Atlanta *nd Joe! best Christmas gift was the stew that his Although his own hand wat. **. kft bt
lass "***$***. with tend,,u k* of Dundee Canada he I* tntereMed M the bnHby ihuwwiNct
only grandson had cam through a*
; operaumM
|motto. Tt* oVmhp!d skin:) Is hmw-moani\g)] : U* dub will pretest thn ****..*, kmeof
well that he was home for the ,
notMsyt Refunds
Final No
est All Soles . or
of" ttn* fid plats kid medal*,* Beat*, the >'ytII/ (wm* out of the Oiatarwaub.
- ------------- -- --,, Mr, SprecklM ate Chrwtnu dinner wtthIt2 M ..>4HihM wile was acute Mss helped.
other persons-moody Canadian*-at arestaurant to make till Iaaad puppets what Mv been Exchanges on Solo Merchandise
near Lakeland. Then die gathering give to child patients at Lakeland General:
moved over M the Tourist dub t* watch lloupKaLMr
a travelog of colorrd picture toads by George CpmUw rtumd In IM from hw wait
SALE Pnttip* of Samia, Ontario prettdent of die
-41 year* with an etoclricat company for 1
Canadian Society of Lakeland, which he was puix*>aMc agent. It* s* a ass
It I* not Mrprtting that Mr. Spracklw lit of Newfoundland, but the famHy moved
gravitated to the lak* country ta Florid Htt W Toronto when he was IT yuan oldcnen -** a
home town, B4bc.)'gon, ta Ontario u rlai.4t of keeping die IviMMbnld of eight
Velvet FLATS Child..'! M Indian word whit he translate ",.***. Childre) .....". 1'tkIw.... club .family'
ant water*." II* bees between two large centum of snore than hens member, Md n*
School : lake.-Pigo* and Sturgeon. River and a Is dtdvaung the Mew Year ta analog them
Step sad canal have opened up that section to waterIrevrt happy ss UketandOnmpMing 231 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUEof
end he has tees. pleasure busts thrr hit f jst j-rar as prru4c% Mr.
and Dress from place .* far away as North, Carulma. SprarilM. M slated W be r*...! -.?sal ta Jan. I.munion .
...._ ...

...... ...... Shoes Service Schedule At

Vfc H SUM. gal'" M 1.tvsl.a H 11.11 All Saints' Changes

All Sa.avtdI at I and *:It .... the
tll hv a chang* of service latter aetvkr bring cteral
$7$5 $5 schedule begMMng today M in. CjralIMy
chide an arty Mirbration oftiuly
CommuMo "daily the Communion on lust and.
daily recitation of till offices third Sunday, U ..., rsmr*!: _
of Morning and Ev**ni Pray
Mummg Prayer on wound and
Men's wUloao tr cry CLUB er sad. special services on the Infants' & Children Clothing
fount II .
$ Holy D.>* and on Thursday, Sunday a m rnrl
Dress 8 Casual Shoes 7 additionally i Marsh Prayer and Uunyfh CI\
The new weekday ertwdul isas : Sunday. II *m.. choral
Ysises t. SU.99 follow Marwwg Prayer. Miming Prayer precede the Iam. DRESSES $
I.IS am. Holy Cnmmunmn.I .. 299To $1 1 099
service, bang read at Entire stock tf Foil Di,mt.school ,
:M am. Angetu (latflUIo110III
), noon: and Evening Tai ..m.. and Evening Prayer, said *)ri*>tp style
Shoes $9 Prayer. S:; P m. sung, continue at I.51 p as. Woe $1.91 U $14.91.
VUs la SI 1.99 Communion Unl.*** otherwu specially ale
Second cckbraUMM of rCommunmn '.nouaced, all Sunday services SLEEPWEAR

1 GROUP Holy Day. M on a-.Thursdays,. Uocuon and by erupt aba T4J rcdng of lor lays sad Girl. looted styles Ski $222 TO $377 .
y $3 Morning Prayer will be in the
FLATS u a styles-kt4hs, fUnntlt, chlb s.
Confess*** wit be held Sat Were $].00 *. 15.00 NOWGIRLS'
unlay at J P m. j Weekday. service* will be in
The Rev. CWton a Mutt will I the Chapel at All Saia i', at'
'S* for confessions on first, third will the early reading of Mom- 1 CARCOATS
and Win Saturday; the Rev. lag Prayer Sunday. $444 $899
David Kennedy on second and. II ryp and style Sass wiKebl. TO
church bulletin win
Il i rS. fourth Saturday Other hours carry The this new schedule on the front W*>. $$5.98. $12.91. l
will be by appointment page as dues the outdoor board
; either Priest i iTba W front of the church- GIRLS' COATS
111 R KtN new schedule fur Sunday

service include Holy _Com [ntii i stock. Sftm tvrsibl. $899TO $1699

BasketballTeam Were $12.91 .. $21.98

2nd Mark-Down To Be Solid GIRLS'and Print corduroy SLIMS, $144 TO $299

At ChurchTaylor Wr $1.79 $3.98 . NOW I

University basketball /4 CRAWLER SETS SLIM SETS
team with Coach Dun J. OdJe ( c ew., o.-. JxkM. .*4 ee,
will have charge of the mid w 0> *...M. C. 4 fv $-. sad ...... a. Hurt.wM .
week prayer service tonight at w_ IMI fT.tl I si.ft .. Sl.tl

SALEDRASTIC 7.30 Presbyterian o'clock at Kentucky Church. Coach Avenue I $399a $4" $299a $544

,Odle been
has athletic directorat
10 TJ' $UIT$- otir* stock rsdvcsd '
Taylor University, Upland. 6" 16"IOYV
Ind. for U l*|. sad Slim th U ai. Were St.tl t* U.I$ ,. CORDUROY
nouns- SWEATERS ROBES BAGS ETC. 4 4DRESSES of Commerce" named Coach tlewb-Striln-lleutI l Wl *r .rl.a. St.Tl J1S.fl U t* 11SOYS' 1.1.-,' ... T.ddl... rises.
4t Odle 'OutlUDdUYWIII MM 1 ....... .. .....
of the Year" in 1M4 and the WM SI.*l *. 11.00
JAUfTS. sad short
Sertoma dub honored luna won \ t._ 1 1 tag ityUt. $444 12"COTS'
IT99 SWEATERS A99 IJ their Servtce-to-Muikmd award Same waikakk. Wars SUI.$17.91 ,. $144a 5222

from sT in 196 He has written three
from : PANTS AN ile..t and
I book and coached the Republic ... .
of Chin basketball team at .. $1.tI- IS.*. 222.. $444 ,

COATS 40% OFF SPORTSWEAR... 399 1 the Picture 1KO Olympics of the u Venture Rome for \ Lana S4. Sf..... G Inn.' 41!!

Victory which Coach Odle has iJc. iiflI
=; 99 22
NOW YOU UN AFFORD THE liST IN fASHION AT A TINY PRICE directed since it began in 1K2 .45. $100 ..

will be shown. The film explains SWUTiM...C..<.t.. <*4 Junior FAshionsV
how the gospel was presented U. aaa sad C t .. -r"99
XI o/ In s. Kentucky Ave. lakelandjjJEJJiS between halves of the w_ $1." ..,. 2.. -

( Across from Walgreen Pharmacy Korea game and in Formosa the Philippic Hong Kong, i ANTS and SHUT SITS. Lane ciao shuts 231 S. Kentucky A... Fecinj Moos' Porkmj Lot
S.*n 2.T, &e-.e and c.r...., Pasta.
Taylor University Basketballteam I i
Tar Cfcr|. Accord b Op.* Far Taw Shpsia C**.*aUnc* All Swiss! Flnl will play at Florida South- WI.125.-i $222. 377 OPEN FRI. NIGHT 'TIL 9:00

"era College Friday night l ,

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II LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. Jan. 1, III. <<
i ',,,, ;;::1" \""' f Why- dhow OLL

H;: Endless Choice Of f Fabrics 't.:" a s ctiL Process Of CommunicationIs

I Often Taken For Granted
: Confronts Today's Women '
\ By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN "Grant me tome trOd expression

I There to probably nothing to *, or heavens, t than bunt

/ JOLJET, in.-For women who!wise purchase can too easily dangerous as a word, unless it Word, word, or t shall bunt.F.rquhar. ."
Mlceepyouprd7 sew, the early months of the!! result in shrunken faded or discolored -' to a pea and a drop of Ink. .
i /? year signal that It to time to, We communicate with others
choose fabrics for their springand garments.Because L4C'f ( wY mainly through the spoken "What signified t few foolish!
I summer wardrobes warmer weather apparel IvnnL and M the I words? They obn't break ar.
wale yew The selection of types of fabrics wilt be laundered more frequently i word we use, ] bone nt give black eyes' -,

on the market today to end- washabritty standards] and the way we George Vfllier.
test. Now with home sewing should I say them must I A 1 am sure that what we ta-',
serve a* a guiding factorin '
1 I come problems never confronted be of the ..... and the way we say H. hat a
by Grandmother. Grandmother purchasing materials Shop most Importance dramatic Influence on our lives
I without detracting from her pen are advised by Mrs. Sterling to us fat day by day, bi aD of our human.

skin had a relatively simple to check the label on the our dally lives. relationships.
task for she usually worked bolt before making a purchase. I For a few 4 Tomorrow! "Don't Let An
with only a few fabrics: the!These labels often day 1 am Office Prevent Yon From Doing .
the "
qualities which she knew wen same information carry : t2" ."_w..__ _. ______.. _.._ '- v"?''''''_K! ,.._3a....., ___ bringing you' Exercises.

I from m''dounI experience. The modem -shrinkage colorfastness concerning and some....- ...-stlnralat-- ."..
can choose from "'a '"""'' '
of fabrics and though'laundering, precautions which to HAVEMTE 174 SE\TJVTEEN'-C Van Gundy, 11. d 30 Hfflcrest Drive SE. Winter fromstimulating some For..1 You're Talk
ttm.et read Ncmtt she can suit the fabric to the available on hangiags of ready Haven modeled for the January Tea the Reader tome of Seventeen magazine on sunny thinker '
PI. J...+. J..w occasion, it to Impossible for the!|to-wear garments. Sarasota sand Here the perky teen ger, who to a Cypress Gardens water skier wean a stance: Of The Town
TMI lean M.+/..a1mnCasale. ,average seamstress to be familiir Terms Are Misleading sew-tt'yourtelf back-tied beach cost hi.bright pink with golden polka data. "By words the mind to
with all the qualities of Certain term, however:such'i' ed and the spirit elated.beit-j Whether you're overweight

.. S.I di., .. !an the fabrics that are availableto I as the word "pre-shrunk" can Ar1ttopbanet. Just right or' skinny-everybody ,
s........ her today I be misleading. Unless the manu- Lake Wales Folk Have Visitors I "For one word' a man to is talking about It.
Only' fh* teek Is ",,..1,, f.cturerIpedfntJons of the. deemed to be wise and for one Wherever women get together
Cbnove CarefullyTo maximum percentage of shrinkage word be to often deemed to be they talk about how

'XI.. JODtr 09. '.'.M. be practical at well as are listed then -. LAKE WALES Mrs. Chris I er d Lakeland, members of the where she to employed at Chem foolish" Confucius."Words they f.1l1oN weight or keep
chick. Mrs. Anne Sterling di is not an absolute guarantee DurWn and daughter Sandy Lake Wales Duplicate Bridge strand Research enter are the dress of from gaining 1IoII.re
RUBY'STOT 'rector of consumer relation for!Jnon-thrinkage. One to two who have been In nfanoit for Club have gone to Cincinnati Bruce Farm, who has spent thought which should no more there you' add your bit.
the American Institution of)fcent shrinkage to ordinary several months, nave returned! I to spend the holiday* with their hit Christmas leave with his be presented to ragged tatters Now Josephine Lowman
& TEEN SHOP Laundering cautions that seamstresses acceptable. But If the percentage !ta their home on North LakeShore daughter and her 'ama,. I parents Mr, and Mrs. W. D.! than your' person should." has created the TALK OF
SOVTH6ATI be just at careful the to not given any amount Boulevard for the winter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Davis Fame, leave this weekend' for Lord Chesterfield. THE TOWN reducing routine
0,.. Vfir f ,... Man.rare 'selection of fabrics at they are shrinkage may be expected. months. and family of Atlanta are spending Yt University, New Haven, "Sharp word make more ta her special BIP (Beaty
'.t. lift choosing: a pattern and turning [ When buying striped or printed Mr, and Mrs. Ed: Kemard ofTarpon the holidays with his par. Conn.. where he win study wound than a surgeon can Improvement Plan) which
a fine seam. Hasty! and un1 material search for the fabric SoriRxs are soendfnf. the,ems ).fr. and Mr. Cart Davis languages tinder the U. 1. Air heat"-Thorn** Churchyard. first was tried out by lOO.Ona
that hat the pattern woven I holidays WitIIMr. and Mr w. and hit titter Mist Dot Davis Force: program. "A word' once spoken" file beyond women" last year
//1 1i into the material If buying anordinary I R. Bruschwefler Mrs. GeorgeVoorheet *t their home on Lake Shore Warren Borch. a graduate reWL"-&nce. It enables women to low
i printed fabric, checkthe also was the Brush- Boulevard. student at Florida Rate Uni- Then we have "Sincere word* tip to M pounds ta Just eight
1 reverse tide to see whether: wailers gent' Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. deGafferefly virally, spent the Christmas are not grind."-leo-Ttte. short weeks and show
LIGHTINGF0 .. penetrated. Fabrics I Mrs. J. M. Sprotft |+eU are went ta Fort Lauderdale holiday with bi* Mr Tbe word. "I love yon" occur them by graph how their
: BETTER thedyes that have penetrated her oat Jimmy, who to a. for the bobdayt to N with their,and Mrs. W. 2. parents Butch Tbe to me at this point They beauty lacreaiet at thepounds
( Art "generally much more cowr* dens At Vanderbilt University) ; son J. B. deGaffereBy and his family spent Christmas require m buildup with extravagant go down.Witch : .
fart that HKM* wttM Art merely sister Mitt Lnriae Brod of f amily with relative la Lakeland day adjective* when tpoken! for this exciting
B L''NO surface: printed Jack.onvik: VfryMTMAiHvrf Mrs Mr. and .frs. Homer L CmJr. Warren also visited sincerely When we feel most lIP Series starting Sunday
f J. M. prod of Ttfton, Ga; and daughter, Martha a troommate we can say leastThe ta the Why Crow Old? cut-
Need ta Fort Laoderdate
Special Care brother-te-law and sister, Mr. Catherine, of Fort Worth, Tex. war we sac thin** to fat- emu. ta The LedgerCustom .
Dtrym of nylon, Orton. Da.Dynel and Mrs. W. O. Hughes, and.are V11111 a g Mrs. L Jones ,before returning u acbooL Heteache ponant too. the' tone- of our
IIIHII 1111111 cron, orlint Asian should daughters. ally and dndy of Brow. Mr. Cox, u aerospaceengineer and after the at Fill voice, the enpresskm on our
rtmetIIbtr these fabrics New York to branch tWef ta rtetnjineeikig holiday trill leach face. J. R. Lowell wrote
may require special care. Many JeM. OMwatWe development office one night each week at "Hi* word were simple enough Made

0 t of the synthetics of which these Mr. and Mrs. J. L Maya of the Air Force piss representative' Moody.., Air Force Bate, Valdo and yet he weed them ao

ire just a few are susoepMMe were ta Fort Pierce for a Job I . office of General G.Suitors That what H other mouth wu
to damage when they come! toDontact birthday Christmas celebration Dynamics I ta Fort Worth, Mr deemed
with high temperatvre wtth their daughter, Mrs. Floyd Get It the former MM Edith Mr and Mrs. Lamar Johnson la musical and low. IffiLmIIm!
YEARENDCLEARANCE They should be pressed' at a low Long and family Christmas Vaa Kendrick of Lake W.1H.I I spent Christmas day with I like these next two becausewe

temperature.Other Eve was Mrs Lung Mthly FamOy K...t.. :Mrs. Johnson' brothertMaw have to blow our "top" once
material which mayrequire The Morgans baked a btrUiday Mr and "''rs. Cerbea nicer and titter Mr. and .frs. W. A. ta 1 wkfle. OR READY MADE

I i SALE special handling are the cake and spent the bahdayi wttk I had an their cWWrea with them 1 Bretthwit, to Winter Psrk.Mr '
I fabrics ftAdmsteriato novelty Mr, and Mrs Long and their j for ChrMmas for' the tost time *. Ellen O. Towntend It 'No Time For (/HD/t ?1larJk

JANUARY tech a* the type onslmhk three daughter, ta. 21 yean. Mr. and Mrt Eim j If'M6inIIht henday wWi her:
2 THRU 11 a patties to ftaVed. Mrs. The C W. Mania famwy j Kaiser and aont. Aha and family, the 0..t. rn II. to Sergeants

Steeling advises ,lsiupow sate gathered rwenrty at the Mm* P-I had, of ......... N. J Green Cove tprtitf,
aihshlltydMcdiisht ab ut 1M .of Mr. and Mr. Oafai Marttn j are here, Alan came from" Mr and Mrs. S. K. Ghate In Rehearsal

MAJOR PRICEREDUCTIONS fahrttiM !end family For ) Wnrteat awe I hjhtfa., N. Y. where Nil. I" their rMdre hers far die
4 wVnCCf.M WIN result Ini "No Time toromedy isegeanu"
1IfI seiisnge Pow wet "Mond" year 4vdewt at CvmeR I holiday Jimmy to home from ,
more practical and $..almg I"'r. and Mrs. C Mw aria Jr I Mr. and Mr, Mifen. Kaiser and 4 Georgia Tec* where Nil. .bout a gaud .strand i il
ON ALL hurled gsrmerg.Glodys and ehMdmi Mr and - drafted IsIs the Air
Mre.1.g- I tour childrea drove dose from fnwhmaa; Mr. and Mr' *. Law* MHbMy
Mtd Mama. and tfaacMer a d 1 Woadstatlu. Onurta, Canada Rttftard and deight.r. Sherry fan It being r..**ar,e4 by .
LIGHTING FIXTURES Returns Mr. and NI'&. Jimmy wend a 4 t From Trot, Iowa, came Mr. Ann, of Wa hiegeost. D. C, sad.Lakeland Little Theater forMttcMaUoa
gMer.aiof Bartow; Mr sad Mr. and Mr. Jan 11-94 at CMcfcnwr
and I Mr*. James A. WflMa and Gang* t. Mftcb.
Mr. Moved. Manta. sad saw of. ail of Atlanta.Mkfcart Theater, director lea
Utree .
chfldrea. Ale.
Oonper by car
f.. .. Mr. e4 Mr OaUM .
Ray tarry wader hat UIIOIIIIC'iIILItM4iIIa
one ta the leading ecu***** and dIN,... of ......... *. Chat they can: do tome ttgMseeing Gregory CWMg.
I ta Florida during MIl of Mr. sad Mrs.
of time Brash Map. who won theirvacatitan. Charto .
and Mr. and Mr. Oust lten "
N C, tale ta It* roW
,aa Academy Oscar 34 year* was daytime
and cMdren of Eat Gethe
a / ICr1 I''ago for her performance to A daughter, alto levee ta WashMgv4s. Mr ad Mr, Hugli L Mow Sunday by th* Rev CWMMlUchard aC Will Ctorkdakf. the draftee.
ca Liars Cramer to Che role of
VTi "Now, Voyager," ha rettinwdto D. C, and her ery are howwg their oMit 1, Brown ta the F.4t
that studio 10 play Mr*. H g enable attend' family i':and granddkOdmi. this tnhdaye canal Church of the Good kW hi* buddy, B..t lad Clayton SHOP AT HOMEII
gin ta "My Fair Lady" Ret were W ( ....... Their guests are their herd I at the long.uflnng SrrgvaaM

115. purtra- H kwtlt '..ri4. 6t2tll Mica stead R. J,, Cree of it uf baby, Irving
Audrey HrpburaElua Ii tarry Seymour, lad, her hut- Mr*. Lkytf TMrnta Everett Call ot Yer Mania
.- ., Ii l DoaI dt. Mdtng the ftoUda)1 web toreuntalaw I hand and tick ton, Vat a KM. M returning 10 rwr ham ta AIM lectured are Hal Brew
De- .
ster WMUm Gallagher. Veraaa With UrtAt
and Mr 4l a
sad Mr Ras wet Um *<. deer daughter.; AMI. Also here' ssb her nisei sad Oma Clyde Mana. Jerk .*rtiient of frUt
Mr and Mr. Earl L Jabn Fork Gar** Couk Jack WIon. .
ere riser so.. Dr. W. C. M.
of Lake Pierre base Ml far 0. .. wfof > **4 Mrs WewMgtan Howard T Ed Von****. Chart May oral MU CUr
Ohio Ms wile and
Lake .
Pf !? Xu RKhmond, \... M VMt IwbrotheriaUw their three th4dr, Mrw).. Susanne Omiprr HK er. PM Garland Rater Sherman.
and awwr. Mr who MMda the IMvenir ofK from Florida arm i Andy Fierce, fhemaa Dial 682-6131
*ut UttKvraky.aad taw*. KM
and Mr. A. a WHbasMMWM t ciy. Ted who it a ae... John Quwkaa Meow
Meaty ad Mary JCunndr a* w high school sad Uit, Anottter B Casper fmiGsargit Lucas, Fred Shu, Erfwta
have armed tram AtTanta owe thwg.t Tech, to spend elms KMtarmeadra Buck, a ft Rang,
to \H Slow puma. Mr tharMg hutwUyt Miss their paruna. Mraad Claire Kmmr end Madg
awwher are Mr M.w- MATHER
sad Mr* J Tafem C m.KJ,. try's skater ts'Jaw ad brother.Mr Mrs Jda B OaoprrMM ta".AI."No .
fry also_ I MoNtrrr' --**< ttwtviie, i* #.4wg ".
adding a Mve Mry tytelra.m B MMe, M f M awe of MarioMfaruiuns. Of uituwo mefl
../ their gr>......... Mr ...! t** vacation peiiad with her ." was wrfttM by Ira
oe Mrs Gene Thwapaa.. ta PUM ChMMlrandMks Patty Sue to .i........ Mr. sad Mr*. A T.al Lft a, adapted from the novel $? N. MMMcUMtt Aft
Gray spendtag Hwrwgtoo. Lake of the Ha**,>by Mac H/awa.
rMcs i f the MMdayt .-. bar parems .1 .
( .1y R mwuua P fteaiirijaa osi Cluwmu.macs Md aate .|J Mr and Mrs t tt Gray. -.... -1: ,........-...., ."",,.,," ... ""

anrllalW Ike WARM. WI- &he.. from. Chapel Hill. N. C.,!
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tan* and Gene ;Jahaiaa of OrUadA -I -,I
hw the Ju* FttHer of Gee-, Tax Man Now Star

scud, & C. Mr. Pet Mo Hq I
1 Sort and aon of Uiatoad, Mr. HOLLYWOOD J+* Elsm. 11
sad Mr Bit Bf)*n sad tWo| A* vwUisnua4ai4tag hero sears ha .
glen of B...... and Mr. and writ Jeff Hunter .. -r... .,
7500 Pairs of Famous Brand Shoes Mr. D. & Youmaaa., Mr. aadMrs. pie Il .rice" osi MBC-TV. was. ""
James H. Stemhmic aad dunag ta earty career aa aa "

At Rock-Bottom Prices Priced So Low We Mr and Mr*. R. M. rte...... auditor a special tax con AMl the
all of LaU Uefckiiing *. to Samuel GoUwy He developed

Are Not Permitted to Advertise the Names. \.. 5WH a system for budgeting.iwk fAIf SUITS *
enaVot c'IMAt.
Mr*. K. HugaMolT>kr. Tex picture* I* .s.
i* the guest of her sister, Mr: cull bewg "Ifd LLAKELAND s
a V Hodge Her .... Jot* DRESSES :

ALL DRESS SHOES Hughes, flew ta from Tas I tBiAlItL SALE
$88 Christian Universny' where b*t 3 SKIRTS
ON RACKS is a student, to jam them far GtMRAL c ;
Christmas, aad will .
retina ta t HOSPITAL :
High or Mid Heel NOW ONLY Texas sub hu mother Mr riot Mrs. Lasts Bobee, SWEATERS

Value to S22.95 Mr, and Mr*. S. W. Keen AubunMUle, daughter. Dec 37. E
sent ta Tampa U spend Christ' Mr. and Mrs. WBfcam R, t' owl a few .

ma with their daughter Mr. McCraaM, Rll Fairway, daughter.
Marjorie DeFoor. and bet children Dec. 27. COCKTAILDRESSES ;

ALL LOW STACKS Mr and Mr Res W White,
Mr and Mr*. Roy Thompson Rout 1, ton. Dec. 37Mr ,
ON RACKS $688NOW I and daughter. MryU were In and Mr Janet JGun- ,

Panama City where they Jumed nels. Punt City daughter. Dec.Mr al
ONLY a reunion of Mrs. Thompion's

family. during Christmas hob- and Mrs. Seward Harper mil
Rout 3. son. Dec. J*.
Mr and Mrs Franklin Jester ,
Mr and Mr*. DarreU W

ENTIRE STOCK OF LOAFERS and., are son spending Franklin a of week Norton.Va with., 21.Denton Route S, daughter. Dec. Ifmiatill

the Horton famity. Mrs. Jester'sfather
$555NOW Mr. and Mr Gerald A. Warren
Values to $12.95 and brothers
Florida Eaten Park, too. Dec 24Mr a brokenassortment

ONLY Mr and Mr*. Party A. V. Beacon and Mr*. Jams D .f WAY UP TO
Graatium. Route *, daughter.Dec .
of St Petersburg spent the Sbicca Shoes
weekend here with their toatnUw 21Mr .
and daughter, Mr and Mr. and Mrt WtUum ,I. .. n
H. A LaMiier. They attended Parisian AubuitkUle, daughter,
ALL FLATS Dec. 38.Mr : Park FREE and
the Florida Power party.MIM Shop
Margaret and Mr* Cftaric R
Lane a student
II ON RACKS $488 at LaGrange College. Laorange Mttchetl. 1*/ Rotary Drive. IIiJ:
ours Dec 21.
<.L. is whim oureats. par
ONLY Mr and Mrs. J. C. Lane Mr aDd Mr Bill Csson GJtle
; Value to $11.95 for the holidays Rout 3. daughter, Dec 21. : NO RETURNS PLEEZof

I James K. Caner. son of Mr I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cheat- .
SIZES TO 12 -AAAA TO B sod Mr S. K. Carter was wood Route X daughter Dec .

among the four per cent of the,,21.
freshman cUss named to the I Mr. aDd Mr*. Albert Watson : i
I BUY NOW . pelfz Dean's Ust at Georgia Tech lastquarter Rout e. daughter Dec 2) {Jteai&w
skr He is a graduate of, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Birkner. .

While SelectionsAre FAMOUS BRAND Lake Wale High SchooL 2U1 Btflwood. Iron Dec. 21. : i
Mr and Mr Homer Heo- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, t course
FJti. 1)0 S. KENTUCKY M.M.Orftcr .
Complete I ducks and family of Michigan 414 W. Orange St.. daughter t .
f tltt, Slices In Clsarwafar sad fl. f.,*,. ,,| spent Christmas with tin father Dec 29. I s '
319 f ) ::
) D HendtkU q,
r I Ii J.AIr. and Mr, Lewis Futch'tMelbourne ? ..
I i, Mid Mrs 1"in Crtshnm; -' son. Dec 29 I|I:.rr. .'.'.'a'.a3' sss ".. .5'rSSSSSSSUSSSSS ssssSSa3aSSSSS'.535'i .
; s :sss sr.:5'.SS; ;::

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f LAKFLAND LEDGER Wednesday Jan.. IKI I7j


Where The Boys Are .

"' I DEAR POLLY- When t leave into the proper Ue. Till It
II note for my girl I write with either peat most, pine 1it

j lit on the mirror with thatwellknown needles or leaves and pack firm
( cake of cleanser ly. Partly bury this pole beside
the vine and secure the vinesto
(that dries to a powdery Mm n with plastic-covered wire! \
(However, when t leave one for from fruit or vegetable bags
I the keys, I leave it to the fceIbox. I water my plants through this( 2
I channel.-MRS. C. C. B.
1 find ft much easier to tend GtRLS-Instead ef allowing ; I
I ((gifts to my children and grandIchildren .Ivy to trail all ever every. rsore -'
hi big flat envelope thing I made tens ef thick. ,
(than having to hunt I box, wrap fa wire, turned them spells r ;
and tie ft. I usually try to buy, dowsj and pushed down lute a114
socks, ties tee shirts, hose.I the dirt hi each pot. The Ivy s
blouse and thing that fold flat was pulled m and out of the V BROTHERS
MRS. J, F T. boles t. cover the wire and j
GIRLS This reader really make smart looking. little ivy
knew her girls and boy*. treesvPOLLY.DEAR I II
There evold be aw two (pot*
they would each be more apt POLLY-When the corners
t l. tee a i ..-POLLY I of contour sheets rip and
don't slay together after mend'
I DEAR POLLY-My <->-ear-old' tig. insert a small triangular .,
|hat an inexpensive electric clock piece of white cotton Jersey
in hit room. Near ft I placed such: as the good parts from '1
a broken clock that bat the man or boy' worn tee shirt.
tare and hand Intact The This adds needed material and
hands of' the broken clock can the Jersey stretches enough to
be Jet at the time he it to leave fit snugly over the corners of
for school, finish chores or be the mattress.-MRS. A. E. H.
ready for any activity. He can
compare the two rtocki and tee. DEAR POLLY-When. older
how much time he ..... 1.1- people take a bath, they shouldnot
wavt allow enough time to be let the water run out of the
win not feel rushed yet not too tub until they have pulled themselves .
much to encourage 4awdfln,. I up on their feet. If I slip
tell him what time the broken occurs and they plop back Into
I clock It Jet for and this bringsan the tub the water will break they
1. LAMBERT added bonus' at soar at be fall) and might even save abroken O
learnt to read the dock face and' bone.-AN OLDER PER

I Miss Opal Mae Kimbriel tea time,-MRS. J. R. O. SON. I

DEAR rouv-""," repot Share your favorite Lime :
Bride Of T. J. Lambert dog large vMng piano, I found making Idea . send them
a very taMfaewry totem polecat to Potty to care of The Ledger. i
be made by ntHng ttticken Ye.1 receive a bright, sew ..t.0. .
Opal MM Kimbriel be- .
debt .t lllpli.tClwrth.
II claw the bride trf Tommy JLambert . 1'ht bride i* 0* tf..eltttf aria IS by how 22 it Inches pied and JJfHtWtfM totting N flver Idea to dollar Potty's N Pofry.....ones..... yew fl .
W Come Ave last cf the Rev, and Mn, fern
Kimbc eI. ITM CMU Ave
l ''I" IIJMHIIinilHIIJO_ I ,1 \,
P.renu of tile brtteywm DATE BOOK _
are Mr. and Mrs. E I. Lambert iaprrtai
I 1 1dG
Tomorrow'sMenu I II I
01 UWmtk. Tex, :
I The brkJe'i f.iher, she It f 5/7 Jot ?V LUtqeclat

I Idea \ paeter of Mndow4awe O..rt4.t .
+Itfid *t Uw tereiee y .. .
__ ta twwrw M wow ... .. purchntf talet
Roast M**c wee JW'f'IIftttf'd< by MM !.... tat M+ etas -
Owl Potatoes M.rIya 0'8fiM. u.nlat- .- m.WI. "":: \ its ..;tsfesaweN
Sr...4e swe.n and ____.a.; f.igi vK ..... ..w..- famous
Grew M Cream I Organ &.mru.: ..: i Ie-:,t&,f.- &..::::..

Mn. tray fined TrayLMWM brother OfII, Hen m Ktmbtiet rru -.. _. ... &.:.
PM BeverageRUUrt bride's Ibrde.gdw gewu d vr roe _ /.p : regularly 9.00 t
"PROt1 AST ....,. was fMone4 ..tt* I ...v.t.*v I 't.o'C:::" ".car..
CARROT IN REAM epee bodirt of bet. Thetilted UI"I lie. .*., M II it == ....'.. .......... I II Mile Ct.79
lrt was spp f eel ..*** .. M 14 Cs is b urM.Wets. 11La.4M.,I see. 1
I (JOSH bMM (IH fMMd. ) late, tier tteww of et4 |*.HheM ear ..... ...'a NI see_casts.., For 0 limited time only, Moot' often
BnmMi ap mints .. e.era..wan en __I M .. '
a v 4 of KMtum.rrle4 and Mw ppreccoiotteirrbiton'CtH..
age earn ---.Q-I I : o ;
<* a bnnytet of wcbry was tore lY..r. --- the
a..... wiser tied self en .. otu" tukttnout Soi de qEmbeo
< .aiithre.iemL ttierrd wttba i ... as .. w Irmo.. ... .. j., gown n Lyi
Vi tap ftp*.* mane ..... Mdri4. La....... eatestsw sea.. .1"-' I dined' rows on bodice nylon Q
'j M.prta C'VMAitK'fcUlHM - d t.a+w..r lose ' Blur Pink
c.----- trim CondlelgHt
, Mew ratlCil Mae Laeghrd Mu5tot_ .w.wet1M.etu .* ill,... :...?.. IM ...t 0 lM ovo.iobie tl. "Susonn'I t
prpper M UM .. .. ewes S, M, L Ales
was tie bnde'f oily tneMdMii -. ....p<*t<*x N e(h'f' co" Trim aynouti and halve a8 ... ... a bits,br.ciled Meet. =c.MUM t..l SIMM'S ''not.- ........' ewe t.. ..'-m.. 'sea bulton-front tlhort* lep coot In !ol.n 1i ;
:M "" ry twafl ones; wash wet. ) length ....* .*4 C'.rrtMe: emeN eeesee.se..w. ale I\-n--- '!\':;;.:,=--,1: de Ly%* Both from regulor Hock of

In nM wd water, Pare car' (Aryanthe nmmt, T*... Alb ......"..1r'N -- 't.'rwLs:; '' NY tne.honttd sleep Linger**
Mrs led nit itt U-mt| Uriel wren weebeset ftrt 1 "i.& = '.-.. ....f.....w .ewe'.._""
MOM,*, c.-u.... crTwit ..*. Mia I edit .:. .,,_.. we \,.p IiiOw.ev .*::ILL iM .....1 ee
: M tmftfiC weNt 14 with I tMtfkMI Of Mil IMtAle cI ., blMff ... i+wnr.r = a. 'I.r: i rt Iv
ArxMU.Ahuua .a
>f-about H HMMMM. M. ofServW e a r'.w : <*Ctf I/f atM' ::: iE-.n. .
deem., N/e* I
M.t.wlMle, if a smell u.(..1 | .t the retepian teal!I--* **.*.**' ** *j ,
pen, t red *aV KM* cream MMCGTWMOfYtli fallaHd .( the dam4I .::..:.:: :.,:- Religion; Groups'MtttingCaltnclar
Seeping ftmOUtvl.j lean Al leek ed Mir roMMMty *vrtnoo ., 10 Q Glees Nfl, JMMe iKSX (BUS*
r t/ty bow beat weld the**. c-. presided .t Ow b.4.'. .*t .. ee*ce/e1 N asa;
11 ............ ead w.wy f'wriIIWf ........ j-LMMt--.e1* taRM .4 ... M ee. rto toe *os ov rw 4 1
., .
deswied IIif'4'WtI' sad tar :: Mr ..d Nfl Urnbm .4lj. ,..... i!:;; .m .4C. .d )
radd MMT* Mil tf ..s.rtd'tint .( M7 CumberUnd, Ht .*. iOVM, :O0 N ose*e' t *.*, ,.. w Me&y.W .II.tr'
*< Mir qo s**> tow
$04 ppppcf 19 I.M. ItehNt II pent to be cr4u.t4 M the W ...,
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04 0 "n. M
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{nrtaiinMrs tprmi from liondaatuuite P.pw f. ciste seeem.C r!!
j I : .. rn ._..
M.wt lass em a
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All Fall Current Styles

INVENTORY SALE c : Translate Into

Maternity Wear

Beginning Thursday Morning, January 2, ot 9 A.M
: NEW YORK (tlEA: -
NmtHNt 'iv" a woman the:
quietly than kauw<
DRESS SHOES"S tw ,,- e .v And! brr* U th'dal)
c" HHI.. tatstrukaat ,. untJ
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Penp su.".Steeps PiUot.....Nevy Itock l/swa-GI....Tea trooj for the mother to. be. i %rtr "'..art,
The snappiest new (look Is the
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LMK1IIft FLATS fur side maternity wale corduroy wear or in a sporty wool1hemngbone Vanity Fair's Tricot and

WEDGIES MAUMOISUU Ori.iMI o. There M even ma-, Antron nylon Bra mere than 20 styles
STACKED HEELS Geppe" bratty skiwesr -for the apse
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C.bhm or td OM 90 Today's formal completes and' regularly 395 and 500 compare ot 1298 to 1496
at-home designs are a
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$790VclM lady who wane can cash in on' A grand way to begin a new fashion
elegant after year . and ot welcome savings!
Vohm t In 90 firmly constructed, lustrous nylon trio Our l lips ore sealed as to the maker,
to IU.tt $6 :; I cot with Antron nylon . stitching but you'll recognize the cMllntive

Asserted '''''10 coariW Aia rtei style.' teisis and wiring on under section: of bust Chic: at once1 We've mostly cordigons
.i".. ,at* ,,,... YuYss .. I I a.tt cups Created to be worn with your in all the looks you prefer df.-
knits and all softly, draped costume. fnakers, brushed mohairs, Jo quo!...
Is BackAP Petal, block, while. B. 32-38. C. 32. prints, bulkies. Only a precious: few of
I' 40,0,32.40- all colors in size 40. .each. so rush to moke your selection1

ANDBAjS( 112 PRICE I Black is Newvfeatures back exclaim the Mau' Lingerie and Corsets )tau' SponiVour

. fashion experts as if black had'
ever been gone in the fire!!
I Black which is both sexy and
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A..e .... was USE OUR: or very dressy M almost always,
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I $1..14. CMrtt'Ia. American couturiers: have been
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!Colombian Terrorists SeekingTo

, i SEMI-ANNUAL '. Follow Venezuelan Pattern I

. By JAMES D. BOWMAN Dissident find It rough goingto tant The party i* legal but
; Associated Press Staff Writer arouse anti-U S. sentiment in member cannot nm for office.
1 this coffH-P to h cia. nation The party voice the Soviet
which has been a. prime recipient line in the Moscow-Peking dispute
time do you pavef" asked a of the fruits of the Affiance and seems to support the
passerby of a radio announcerout for Progress. policy that now II not the time
=:::::: for a itrolL I Ii Many Colombians argue that for bomb planting. They seek
I It was I p.m.on a cool Bogota the bombings merely showed instead broad popular support
\ evening. The announcer gave that aa tmknown malcontentwas In verbal attack wi President
the time and watched u the able to recruit a couple o( Gofflermo Leon Valencia' govThough
panerby placed a package on I dates cutiorl The bombs were enusent
SALE STARTS WON. 9 A.M. SHARP a nearby windowsill Hopped to placed to avoid casualties or plagued with Inflation,
',tie"You his hoe forgot and your harried package off. mum heavy publicity.damage and to gain maxi labor and and short coffee coffee producer revenues troubles ,

,thonted the announcer. I The debate conthiuea whether the guvei miiefit enov* wide
Mia answer waa the deafening the bombers were IwiiiegiowB spread rapport
MEN'S COTTONPANTS Mast of one of U terrorist bomb or Imported Castroite sorts. National snobbery I* one of
, BOY'S ALL WEATHERCOATS which went off In three Colombian Indications point to attempts itt intangible asaets.
I chief last night I to form a group modeled after Colombians pride themselves
Many of the erode devices Venezuela'*terrorist FALM Police -ta their culture and Castfllia
were aimed at U.S. firms.Window keep tab on a number oftxtremist purity, referring to Bogota e*
i Installers enjoyed) a big! groups an apparently "the Athens of Latin America'
ran on business after the dust, suffering from liaison problems To such Colombian CastroH
; settled. Police-*hlamin. "'or. and In search of a leader. element are a big ttep down
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: - -- Uniquely-Shaped Dinner Rolls Cooking

Will Grace Any Dinner TabLeAU

i you do b twirl a strip of unwrap and bake In a noderatt! well Beat In softened yeast and

yeast dough to make these oven about S to 7 minutes eggs. Stir in enough more flour Is Fun
whimsical dinner rolls to grace Unwrap refr1 *rated brown 'n to make a soft dough. Tarn out
serve rolls and pop directly Intca I on lightly floured board or pas
your dinner table. The simple moderate oven for 4 to S min. try cloth and knead until smooth

shaping trick: of twisting single utes. Brown V serve Yea,t and satiny, S to S minutes. Shape ., --.so
e strips of yeast dough three Twirls may be stored in the! into ban and place hi lightly -
times then spinning each Intoa freezer tip to two months; refrigerated . greased bowl, turning to grease OPEN HOUSE I or until hot through and cheese I
muffin cup gives Yeast Twirls rolls should be used I surface of balL Cover and let I This delightfully flavored topping i* melted. CUt Into

their Intriguing appearance and within a week. rise in warm place (M* to punch packs a wallop! squares and serve from baking
takes little extra preparation, YEAST TWIRLS 85* F) until doubled, about 1%, Assorted Spreads and Dips dishes. Makes S ;serving'

time. I 2 packages yeast, compressed -. hours. Punch down. with a Variety of Crackers and FAMILY DINNER
II To save time prepare and, or dry Divide dough in half and shape Chips 'Turkey Chowder
i freeze the baked rolls several 'A cup water (lukewarm for into smooth balls. Cover and Punch on the Rocks Corned Beef with Vegetabfei
weeks ahead. To freeze Yeast compressed yeast, warm let rest 10 minutes. Ron each Miniature Danish Pastries Bread Tray
Twirls wrap the rolls one laye for dry) half of 'dough to 12xl5-lnch Modem hasty Padding
deep In aluminum foil label and 1 cup milk rectangle. Brush with butter or PUNCH ON THE ROCKS Beverage
freeze. At serving time pop the U Juice of 12 lemons, strained
cup sugar margarine. Fold hi half lengthwise MODERN HASTY PUDDING
foil package of still frozen rolls 14 cup shortening or oil to form IxlS-inch rec Juice of 4 oranges strained 2 cups mine
Into a moderate oven (ISO* P.) 2 teaspoons salt tangle. Cut Into IS Ixt-inch 1 ounces (1 cup) grenadineS I/I cup enriched cornmeal

for about 10 minutes. The rods S cups sifted enriched flour strips. Stretch each strip and ounces (1 cup) curacao *4 cup dark brown sugar
thaw and beat through in the (about) twist three times. Place one 2 Fifths (2 quarts) cognac Vi teaspoon salt

oven. 2 eggs end In center of tngreased Superfine granulated sugar 2 eggs, separated
You can also prepare brown Melted butter or margar medium muffin cup and let strip 1 large bottle (about 1 quart) Scaled 1H cups of the mine

'o' serve Yeast Twirls. Bake the be.Soften. fan into cup in spiral tucking club soda in a heavy saucepan over low
rolls tm they're done but not yeast la water. Scald other end to underside. Brush Stir together the lemon Joke, heat Mix the cornmeal .
browned-about 10 minutes milk. Measure sugar, shortening, with butter or margarine. Let orange juice, grenadine, Curacao remaining t4
Cool then wrap In foil and or oil and salt Into large bowl rise In warm place until and cognac. Stir In sugarto Stirring constantly, cup milk.

freeze or refrigerate. To serve Add hot milk stirring until doubled, about 30 minutes. Bake taste adding tt a tablespoon,add to scalded mflk. Add gradually
allow the rolls to thaw In their,sugar dissolves and shortening in moderate oven (CO F.) IS to at a time because very little sugarand
I YEAST TWIRLS are attractively shaped dinner rolls that w21 contribute special Interest foil package at room temperature melts. Cool to lukewarm. Stir in 20 minutes or until gotten'will be t>eeded-> ntil dissolved salt; cook about IS mm.
vies, stirring
to the dinner table. about IS to 20 minutes then about 1H_cups_flour and beat brown. Remove from pans and'Add club soda and stir gently occasionally.
j jIM Gradually a little of the hot
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mixture into the wefl beaten
: *j.bRnce dozen rolls.If cups or small glasses. Makes egg
yolks' then stir back into rest
you don't sift and n the about 4 H quarts. When poured
of hot mixture. Cook
COOPER Bros. SCHALLER'SMarket SAPP'SGrocery of other direction. over the ice the p a n c..when win over low heat for 2 to and 2 mM.utes. stir.
have a rosier color than
spoon flour directly: from container Cool
slightly fold In the
Into dry measuring cup it Is first prepared.
stiffly beaten white
egg Spoon
Market level off, then remove two level FAMILY DINNER I
Super Into sherbet glasses: tidl
UMespounfute according t o This good hominy dish makesa Nice served with a dollop of
USDA recommendations. .!
tine leftover
accompaniment to '
whipped cream and
I NOTE: If self-rising flour Is turkey or ham. I a few toasted almond.
930 N. Florida Ave 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota used, omit sill.Favorite. SHced Ham or Turkey Platter S servings Makes

Biked Hominy and Cheese
Mixed Salad Bowl FRIDAY LUNCHA

QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES ''I Dish Cookies Ref.1IdFret' Fruit Fish Potato sauce Roflup Stress: to Cucumber enhance Snip fitfe.BeaM Save

Gets ShortcutPreparation Beverage Cupcakes Btveragt
RAKED HOMINY AND H cup cultured' sour cream
Florida Grade A Dressed I CHEESE .1 diced pared ce
I cup regular (not Instant) ccmnbeFinely

I I Since minutes count most' bomlny grtts \i& teaspoon salt
And Drawn Whole 1 in cups grated. sharp dIfIIIdarchHle a .
,homemekers win gratefully welcome teaspoon finely grated onion
shortcuts that minimizetime pulp and Jake
and energy spent ia the Conk: the hominy grits Mix together the soar cream,
Utthte.Reba. cording to package 'if'<<' 'I cucumber, salt and onion.
for making grits that are to Makes about IU cvps. lefts
I Suggs noted meal frted. Remove from beat -
with flat
[ 2 cookery expert* brings you Just stir la I cup of the ctwv* SATURDAY TEA
such a avMestion' for a familiar
taste and add more aattMtdtd. When Grandpa come w vies
family favorite . a ground
RYU beef macaroni, tomato cassrr- Turn IM* a greawdor S he might fake these oM. aiMmedcookies.
ole I lid square ovenproof cake Good for dunkmgt
Cover and dial wail firm Deviled Ham and Ef
I Rather than '
the separate oprrsitoM Sprinkle with remaining I/I cup Sandwiches

browning the meal diesel} bake la a M (cos OWWme Oatmeal Cookie TtOLDTIME
in a frying cooking macaroni
pan grm) and combining Ow what Imp atfied Hour
case to a baking dh, this

lb. quick M one trttk skillet cooks You the save eatlre several, dish Leftover Beef H and tes...pM aattm each baking sods

tad daaatoi aid
steps as well at having fewer teaapooa
Meosds t. wash CanBeServeaEnticingly dove
GOOD-ST ALL-fED-STEER BEEF i I cup regular (sat ajukk cookIng -
Owen, celery" free' ) P'PP'f. round
Lykes BudgetPORK mwferoam* and ....... add ) eats.
First Cut Tender nip each lard and butter
Full Cut flavor tfisiiacuoa, .... Try this
idea of NcUe da'l.I' cap angst
on one
de used for If a KfitMidid bf roast graced I UrgeS egg
many .
Round Sirloin SLICEDCHOPS ye** table at a special draw t<*aOOI>S milk
I o.k' Trkil Ceaerols
petaps you're pondering bas 1 u all oark fiaely-cut dates
I pounds ground tef *. teas the ......** purism and hand raiaina
, cup dI pre4 OlKm Of court, you could simply I tat together the flow, baking .
cwp aided celrryUcwp wet and serve HM slices M aoda. salt ctniumoa and
79Clb. 7 9 dvccwd I"' arm twin natural Jukes or gravy, ctovtii stir M the tuned oata.
MeathBACON 1 Ufa> *noun lard but Rehe Sugg*, authority w Cream UN lard, butter and

Chuck drippings ,tin mast held, ofltn these hrtpW sugar: lINt to .*g taorougMy.
Lean All 1 package (T ounce) elbow and tasty *ugg* fciit*, list ia the allied ingredu,

macaroni Heat the heel with milk date and raUkts. Drop
00 1 raa (II ounce) tomato I(he May packaged
ROAST STEW I caa (I ounces) tomato saw or gravy mike oa the sees apart, onto a greased
39c 3 1 I 1 cup water ....uc. Midi as sour cream eoukt *-. ..k.e.. a nod>

I Iraysos MIl leans or onto gravy Many rate (M cVgreea, ) owe I .. H
Ib 4tttpocM pepper eombmatttns generally used. athps minutes or.Md lightly brpwwid.
K le...oa orc-guM Remove wilt apanda
< for cracker and tiups to WIre
49 69c I caa (t ounce) mushroom
make tfeUcfclu spreads for bad" rack to coat ftor to tiMrcovered
Ib. stems and pressCook MadwKBM, A blue ch tat coMawer, Make about
lb. ground beef, onion. eel spread would be paruemUrly...- ....
try and gives p'fprr ia lard .... Note; Rope ranks to M

Fresh tuth nil' h.41 C or dripping Laid beef ia tighHy One more attractive idea astir and drato babes cutting
Ga. RedTomatoes par
Fresh .
browned, aUmng wc wo *tty SUNDAY DtNNEJtV
mutes beef ***** several" haute
Pig C Croot N.rtnim Remove from pan, reserving" M a spiny od-vwrgar mists triad a new ed to a ..-d.
ItMIISpukl.J dnpputg Add macaroni wdnppuvg sad rake aad added rind
The pat then face onto a cold oraag
and brow lightly met ptanrr or is etrved wins far' good fUvor.
Feet Or MULLET Add beef mauve tomatora, to- potato salad Swiss StuStN'" Rfc*
Butter BOBRI O mete MIKe water, ask pepper BroccoU Salad Bait
Marinated Rata Bf likes
and mushrooms
Or oregano Bread Tray
BcfcytlmoBloat StandardNeck pound cooked roast beef
Cover tightly aad cook slowly FWfy Two-Egg: Cab BeverageDWFFV
M to M minutrs, or std maca. sites. art )H tech Duck TMO-LbG CAKE
Cut Green rout M tender, Su to I serv- 1/1 cup vinegar
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Blockoytr 5 Ibs. 69c 1 Uftfcspoaas salad oil large egg* teparaud
soiL I" cups sugar
*' 3 Maspaaa pepper
Bones lb Beans tnupnoai prepared IIUIit.tnt H4 clips srfud cake flour
THAN salt t........ baking powdttaatt

Five Rescued I tabiecpooa WorcestertUre I ...... salt

Fresh GreenCABBAGE sauced cup aelAower oil
teaspoons I cup Milk
IslandIn sugar
1 medium skin thinly diced I V4 teaspoon* vanBla
Sunnyland r Partly J teaspoons finely grated
CaribbeanNASSAU. rwd.Grtas .
Florida CrystalsSUGAR Ma together vmegar.. salad orange* sadbottoms coat *fea fteur
oil. pepper' mustard salt. Worcestershire inch resist
the of two I-
PURE Bahamas (AP) sauce, sugar and
layer cake Beat egg
Five residents of the Bahama CIIU L Marinate beef slices mviargareaUd pans
5db ethos mud frothy graduallybeat
I Wands. jnchtijipf a iwo-ytaroid oil mixture aad
ia1 cup 01 ilia *"**'
( giit. were recovering Tuesday chill to refrigerator about ) conuaue beating until very stiff
from crash aad 24 tours Remove meat and
LARD a plane grim oa- aad glossy, Silt remawwg I
hours oa aa uninhabited inland toe from marinade aad serve oa
U. S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES alP sugar, cake flour baking
a cold meat platter with
or -
I Frank S. Treco, pilot of the pauto powder and salt into a Urgeauxmg
plan and plant superintendent aalad. bowL Pour In oil.I'i

for Standard Oil Co. hen, said Garnish with parsley Suservings. cup of the milk: and .......
he ass forced to ditch his light Beat 1 minute with medium
Ib, t5 lbs.59c plan Sunday after high wadsblew I speed of muter, scraping bowl
3 39c him off course on a 130 .... Add remapping H cup

far rail trip from Nassau. to Cay Tampa Insurance milk, egg )otk and grated orange
10 39 c bIud. rind. Beat I minute more.
1w limn with $50)0) er Mar r rtkts The pilot and four passean scraping bowl often. Fold ia
Man To Head
gets, identified as Janin Fur beaten egg white Turn loco
guMo. Nassau; Whitney Rus- prepared pans. Bake to a moderate
sell Cat Island; Mrs. Nearest High Campaign (159 degrees) outs 90 to
MediumI Russell l 5t ...iDlaw of Fur tt minute or until cake tester
Florida Grade A
guson and Kirs. Russell's I TAMPA inserted to center comes out
daughter, lUenrea took to a Robert de... Turn out on sin racks
King High of N&m11w
small life raILTreco nameda to cooL: Fill and frost as de
said they drifted from Tampa insurance executive a* sired.
1pm. Sunday to 1 a.m. Monday chairman of his west coast UJD.paip
I for the Democratic
when they al&htecl1ud at gubernatorial
Rum Cay They spent the night nnminttmn. Reverend King
Chosen for the
m the underbrush and were
I spotted by a search plane late Robert Fiona who owns a To Receive
39 Tampa insurance and is
the next morning The party was agency
. preudent of a St. Petersburg Magazine AwardNEW
rescued and taken to Nassau.TRIC1A
, t EGGS Beach! motel firm. Ftono is a
I II I member of the HJlsborough YORK: (AP-The Rev.
County Democratic Executive Mama Luther King Jr.. leader
: OXFORD. Ohio (AP)-Trida ,Committee, and was county in the Negro drive for civil
Nixon. IT, daughter of former I treasurer for the Kennedy-John rights ha been named leas of
Vice President Richard M. Nixon ,son ticket ia the last presidential the Year' by Time ...WIIt.

visited Miami Universityand I campaign.He He's the first .Negro to win the
d. Western College for Women said he will announce asard. begun 31 yean ago.
ia Oxford, Ohio. Monday i names of county chairmen in his The weekly news magazine
Miss Nixon a senior at Chapui district i, << ia the next few days lid i King "has made fcoBcelf
School New York City, is try:,The district includes i the unchallenged voice of the
RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES sag to deckle which college::Sarasota Polk. Puce IoflJlI'j Negro peopiq and the diwjuietwg -

she'll enter next fall. |I and HilUborouch J I contcienc* of the whHes."

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Art Of Making An p to . .;- CONE STOREJ OTHER 1 sure

tv PounDEa J ?

Effective AppealBy

George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. _
CASE R-44S: Jane R. tractive ___
Young to an astute newspaper Buyers are quantity minded T 4 -
editor So are newspaper subscribers -
"Dr. Crane" he began They crave readable
"would you mind repeating copy. J f MAMSfv.FS THE ,
Dtmwd6rorrprwnvsows era a Tw76o -A Varoresrs teE
some of the And use "hone !sense," too. The Pt5W4Q ThQ/THE nogvt" TTSrnt IssTN ?1
p I y ebologlcal f w * --J TvtF GeEAT
axiom of Interest | FOR EXAMPLE t write a .... i peUM O't !

to MWIplpennen -] quit column usually headed n_ _
? "Test Your Horse Sense" = IIw
"You gave] It offers reader "audience ... ;
tome of themrecently ] participation," for 1 list four ..

in] answer to each question, and .
your 'MoUv' I the reader .then make his 7
lion Test.* butt ] own choice ,'
know you] But some editor emasculate = is. A
hive mention- one of the chief appeals or'' :: 't i '

15. :' a "y DR. CRAVEJJIUIV. this quit column How I )
Well!, suppose you were
* > playing IS holes of golf but --A

CONTRAST THO depart- your host suddenly stopped . - -
ment store, for newspapers the game after the 3rd or 4th
are really department store hotel liNG AND Tilt MICK FINALLY CfT 'TOCITHU-Tk ,'.. THE l NA41es 1Tr T..u HscJ.< ttloffS73tjJN4EM :

of printed merchandise: Your score would be rela j .... .r./ a .. Nun. It Mktl..e/ .., Slug Cob/ ales i a! AxtiR7 fzbR"
If Store "A" hat 20 counter lively! meaningless since the I !>.*. ttntt ...*.< M ,lx M... In mtvlM *. ............ Hen
on Its main floor white "B" "norms" for golf are based (aMHf tutu .0 .... &m.f .. hit vfra..M _It 4.rtn* ea tug .* ere 0DOMT
hat 30, which should ring up on It holes with a score of .........n's ""floe. H.Hf wed P.I.ci" *.rtafr hwr which ..*I more sales on the cash reg 72 being par. S.Y.rd v. rtVf It h.tr N fM tfccw, .., >.mrr trertt crab himfr -i
biers? My quit column I* based ,... riot .... lAP Wir. >i_t
Other thing being equal, on a total point core of 10, I*
the more counter showing with 14 bring "Average," 74, l

attractive goods, wtt cause "Superior" and '.1'. being Natalie Wood Describes
more sale. "Very Superior." .
Store "A" may hive wider But when newspaper use
aisles (more white space hi only 3 or 4 of the 14 questions Feeling Of Movie RoleBy
newspaper terms) bat the that twins much of the .

wider aisle In Store "A" do fin for the reader, since It BOB THOMAS genuine humor end In re-
not tell merchandise: I luN the test of ('OfIIpetittM.R .
AP MwhvTelevhlM writer 'jverse sort of way, romen.Pakuls .
Some "arty" Ioirtalhns. molt people tike
worship white space. but N It j to compete wWi the M-point HOLLYWOOD (AP) New and Mutt**** Wte'lM'lkvlout X'Vf ADE ME NEW YGIRYRESOLEmof M4KE LAUGH 'u'- -iCvERCot/wwr ;

black print mark which are norm (par for the course). movie "How they build those,an the pe hi rforme their casting r* respond, and { PEr-I' NrdRoOM 1ER tot .Di T KEEP lT i COULD rQ wltFt'ERTRlfO

the salable merdlaedne that APPULD w w thing vp hi the books and In!bNlItIM1 to MoHtgan's knack l' RAKE VKNOVv'
subscribers pay for* 1O Journalism. die movie," Natalie Wood
say for character deli itioA. The ME 'ANe>
wick this mean that K t* uettcf
So fin your newspaper hi "Love Wtrb a Proper Stranger two lead are wen mgti perfectCompletely C r' 'EltAGAoIN i
a greater number 01 attractive to RM adequate space to a ." P
"Ad I felt was scared and '
print features Md )'nu'gbeat StRONG feature, at perreader Believable -
bgnsted" with myself
the ""white spice" boy pops, than to offer i Natalie Wood' Urge end enMVftaVwt .
She plays a New York stop-
that two or three fragment of I
every time, assuming girl who finds herself jyw portray tfv8fyuiw ;
your feature* are eqwakV at different feature after that H required of the top of I"
a thouPdftt vacation "J.1iIfk'e. *
Another common mistake ot Angle-bewthtirmtnl. hurt, defiance -
Is the opening neck **wmuticiaa ;
newspaper to 14 run .ftOfto terror Ad the note are
Aft1*'ftMDrfy..a. )11IOIII" editorial or unsigned Hunts a yang there and none to false
#zm' feature, (Steve McQueen) wh
the new that he I* going to be Steve McQueen ha* a d T4cuhtharamrtMtino
la several big cMe, abut
n..trtt of the mwriciantrresptmtibHHy
I father He onesnt rememberher.
I Opus 1:111 superintendent k .WI es> whoa! should - -

\:, 1.: :' t."aw..se.. I claimed'Or Crane: t didat know May ft.hi Oscar I' not b* mistaken for Indifference 1-
: He capture *8 the quirk with Red Ground
yon were the author of that Tbit I* the balls. for one of aa ad Kb quality that make
orgy Itartc Sense' quit column the best comedy dramas a* a I
1M c mpteuty bet........
or I'd have assigned It lena seams. a second amuse Slightly
STARTS TONICHTI to high ached students long .*r dot of *T* I FireJ
tt r KM a Maknbir ,*' Hv ftg PARADE ro noM General
_'WdIlnHai that educatedpnople helped Cregnry Peck la .. Oscar According .. the uswtttMa
like to have know a* producer Alas 1. Pt Mrs. ......... r ppreneMing1
f sf 0/hwl. Sh.i.. thnrilie behind thetf print"UobranoVd and chf'fICW Robert MuRig**. odd HUM M the D lipreindon SAICOt, flit tam
70 M4 1140 ...., may well do the same MMaiK ual tM.crl parade has o, In ComnHMM ground Iore aJigVwounded :
: 1Mft-u.+vs. Wood. order of their staW odnMnkianw B,.*. Gea, Janet* W
N11P'1 V n+w w VD lad the appeal of gouda There i* aa ..... bumaittty,, the l...... Dowse ofcofics fit*** sad both Ameriraa ptM
that bear know guaranteed aboutUve wkh a rropri the teed p<*.*M state M beanie of e. armed. bettt-npier over
name*! Why? tranttr" but ft should not bimtsukea a uw Dec. ,. Ins t.... days tins Mr**** Delta Monday,
CreAMMty I* Increased by for a profbWm pImIN btfert a rrraeetup. Peanaylr A U t, *pakemM MMr III
knows brand. There I* a bountiful nuppty o r vanutoots .. ., II, was M M the arch bsfyM '
klsdwtr'4 e pktMtfUst when the hub
Me of tie beHwpirr wet chattered .
dove fill SNOPMN9 CtNUI-ACttS Of fill PAllING ky ;serifs. bl.1k1 a few J JIS

nabs south. of Saigon, 'I

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Slllrs"NOlli uuMTI t ..,u- 'B'L'w ,L .. .w w,,:He Injects Horror Into Films

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::'M'-=1. It-Jt:.,: I I ) Qiatlheeor.. I "uya"N ,_ .dr*.), she obtained
{tuNllC.W": w11Mr la b*, Alfred Hlld ltk's *>.* iwim'loot to rub her eplayert.
as ,.. ... .... \." .....Ur'Q. ... efk(.., must be tn WuI." lied a* be settled back M Ih*|Thr* wa th* Pbd.delplua
Bob .. lucillo ., "':. ... ..w...,;:Mid the rotund man with UM cuva* chair oa the act of his bait pubhrtcr (Saaa Coaaer).
c.. '. __ ....... Um and the somberckuhrs .." who her
Hop BollPANTS L'! IU 1& r tar;:purr eye aewect suspense f to. .M.a. guns a ,tab because ho
raIsr: ,:.. all IIJI--lla. A.7e _....1.1b of sa undertake. It ,..a* a book pubbBwg oitee.with .jfeuod bar ........; a young
"fANCY :uw= n.l .two w.a "E\' r>thMg_must be w great the usual array of de.U.'woman W eMoH4 f. uy. M
dttplay of built pubHther (Diane
*1.1S .1' lii St I'JIftT- 'RaboW
He cuccMMd a Stag cabia aecreury to the
PAIl! NEWMAN THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF be moved ritfthify publisher1 personal manager

OF THEN Giggle Test (Manoue tartly); and the pensuave.
: JOANNE( WDDDWARIJ .- manager (S. Joba 1.1110
: i .ssa ttv The us*i.. the dtwctor returned Br),
:NEW -M a test of th* effc-
C "i4 "During these sequence.1*
KIND OF LOVE Deep n in*mngles ot Yucatan Rounshtd in*ancient unknown Mayan not. a.ta Its tunetest legend 0)) tha Mayans B ti trueness U horror. If it cone iHncbcock said during a kilL
th* Print* ot pus goldan cwOuabon a dtsbnad to bam tw error dust of anothar vortl At stak act VMM sou at exactly th* right point yw I.| .... show the :
-----a.na.aI.DI- pubhsher
Mbons-+tYl Ih*woman tatad to . w.r.wuEXTEND can almost hear the audience rentitlon
saying: 'There, but for the grace( changwg He is becoming
of I. But u I'"mute invoked. H* know about
God. it not
Ww go
1iIiIifi&IS.d.'N. Tl(um riMPlNt- REST UI.S/II-S FOR .1 |ber But be wants her bk*
For the next four hours.\Msters, Style and tecbaique are

ULBRYI1r1E HAPPY NEW YEAR Hitchcock demonstrated oa a. what rower here Th camera
.. It n'tBey UautersaJ CIty sound stage, durmg &I more important than tile
i... interview aside, rehearsal ,earda..,
GEORGE CHMKIRIS hill S and fttmwt bw techjuque foreavis I
HELD OVER FOR ANOTHER makwg He rarely look considered the bar
HOKKOR HITS 1 SHIRLEY AIU1E FIELD ;?i OPTHE at a script working like satire of many directors of shooting a
s"ow FUN-FILLED WEEK famous conductors without a scene w which the actor are
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FUN AND men. tecftaicwa are like M
: ; .. IftIoIiI UI. I Moving Idea Stnued

,,) 11 COLOI by DELUXE wm'DlS 1EY5 1.18) comments to actor are' "There ia a misunderstanding

itiNOWN PAJUYIStOr > l sometimes couched in the sort.about motion picture There u
of humor that has became him I die idea that people have to be
',. t Mternatiooal trade mark. Tons ,moving What is important u
I actress be says: that the idea must be moving.
air III ONLY .a I I CIA shoot a movie in telephone
a a
"Let us have the doe's eye*.. "
Il IlI TtCHHICOlOR. + a* though anticipating the' booth.
.. .. tun tamu's korfe" Hitchcock gazed across tile

I\ j''C. ., .a I .' J ADDED FUN -r I Iw To'This another ia the: first time )'GIll background.Urge women set-olfice behind He toward desk invented men IB and the

... L tlt. smile." He pauses and : a bit
.. of
: dialogue:
1t _ta.....kI'.. '< 4 t ..,...!r .M- .. 1 oc YEIIOWSTONE c CUBS' I. row She of MOW smiled....showing.' I must an lave l'\Wi'!' "TU me daddy, what did

A sea ot MKXO cult Eteamuig m Ih* tan as Ins scnm nciedtM a tet wars: Shen pyf anuos touch lha sky. .. .(I read that somewhere" A vwy you do today r'
{"o*" are 1.1. O"lY pasiKW touch Ihe height ._.fie People o< Its Plumed $ 'pent-UiUtf s olMountaj>s. ,Kmgs ot pit&inlEMwao TLC.UCOIOM .....-r ..+ r ,. .ae..w short pause and then: "She "Imama.was" an actor in the

j wn.Ar,. : ALL WAIF DISNEY PROGRAM smiled of broken and revealed crockery a"mouthful -What did you do there?"

RICHARD BASEHART BWtEXJER! ) ( lfltoll wmrARt .D..wfSt a t Th4Idulsru "I was a dark blob."
,..Okt Established
awwlf00" !! 11SI1 SHOWS AT i \t10. I dT d:0..1:31
's- CHILDREN SOc fOt THIS ATTRACTION 1 i I The scenes that Hitchcock was Five million law of steel go
ALL .CHILDREN TICKETS sac II directing established the basic annually into such farm items
I THE PRIZE" I MOVIES ARE YOUR BUT ENTERTAINMENT j conllict of "Mamie" and Introduced a* machinery truck, cars
.1rlr.duso wA&TISTS the major character I fencing and building magriai.

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday, ,... .. INN 21

DEAR a t. era 113 E IT WO D..WA5MY5V85TIWTE GOOOl! 1E's 6TIu.?,
ABBY. . -= MtE1OVER 6000? PLA1(1N9( THE ART! r 11As

Whof s your o ebN.++? For
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Human Abby* POsH 3>o5t Ww.rfyHiDs 7 A65 EAC{ EYl7
Punching Bag COM, and Inekidi o

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Abigail Van Buren f't .1

DEAR ABBY During a disagreement, my unbind broke because! then I won't feel like I have to kiss hive goodnight
my note and MtJS' GLAD tiUT lt7 OONE YL RE.s.sTAhi' AN HAt+J T GONNA
gave me two black eyes and I couldnt to to a I realty try to pay my own way but the boy never lets me tE
family Chrtotmas get- ogether became I didn't want I have kissed few Ta c e w NYO' NOW' SWAP NO YARNS WlPANYOTWERCXE
my people a boys goodnight but R wssnt became they
to tee me looking like SF10RE HAD ARCkJH .)ON 'tt kE FELLA txDY'EARs
that He's
*'. really not a bad guy Abby. paid td the movies. Do yon should pot wp a TIME N SWsPPN'YARrJS YEAR! ..wtqfr
steady Wwter fight toyl
drink only on weekends, and bee good harder when a boy wants to boy ticket? And is H :f(3EUEvE Ct4!
to the kick.! : But when be loses Ms temper, rm the one who okay to kiss him goodnight if I had an especially good time?
gets te the neck. Donl ten me to leave him became Fve FIFTEEN

tried ft and fm the one who crawls beck. I love this guy. but DEAR FIFTEEN When a key mvltes a girl t. the movies,

around.I need a few pointers on how to keep>> him from slapping me be expects U bey her ticket, and .. shosMat have te pot tq

a fight t* de so. Dent confine a thank yM for a levety evening ) '
SLAP HAPPY "' wfth a kin. A kilt means 1 like ,...." And -thaak ,, :
DEAR HAPPYt Any woman who gets -slapped ar.end"mare yen** means I eyed nysetf. ';9\
than once either figures the bus tt caning, or the likes ,
It. Practice ,.., tot week and lean to dock. DEAR ABBY! Why are so many" people shocked when

they put **R-SV.P.M on Invitations and two days before the
DEAR ABBY What fame do yoa think an linear-old girl wedding or party or whatever H b they have to start rifling &t'.r
should go to bed? TWs Will settle an argument between my tip the invited guests to see if they're coming? TH bet if you -
mother and me. stopped IM people on the street and asked them what
THE GIRL "R.S.V.P." meant, they couMnt tefl l )'011. It stands for "R- 1741 WMATI WE NEED GEAR CWILA TMIS IS AMCJ.VVtU.
DEAR GrIll She shield ,. to bed whenever her mother spond, if yon please," In FRENCH and bow are we supposedto nil ofr SOU MEP A DOCTOR. ELECTRIC BLANKET.
tayt the ........ And THAT shield settle the argwneM. know French? If they bad pat down. "CALL US UP AND EMPERATURtEAOS

TELL US IF YOU CAN MAKE IT. and then the phone number '
DEAR ABBY When a boy asks me to a night movie my N would make a M more sense .

mother gives_me money and tens me_to boy my own ticketJNrbt. PLAIN TALKER n 1
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,.-- ..- ......... Sociologist Says Mviag system. It Quoted U. N. business visit to Paris. i
._.._ 6 a racemly arrived refugee i.1
.--y I CLEVELAND (AP Murder ArnaUo Macfcadc, as saying ----------.1 i.
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is::..:..:.-. :-r s. ..- Is largely a Umil> afUir. a,there u so muck red tape that
t._UA___Oft a. vr- Sew York suctntagist Mud Tues workers east withdraw dept.1. i OXFORDLUMBER ::11:11I 1

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I Average deputies t>> 2 million I
C ts..r At 1 *U. declared Dr. Cu.
.-). ..-.s... kard Falk of the State UaiverIwty -I workers, the report said, are 10RUPTUREEASER :'

.I--...-. r.C -. ( College at Buffalo murder ':

._as.s..ea s.'C .r is a "very inuoat matter, I IIII. MO R OOESNT MEAL r3 f..iAT
I tehick takes place betweea retspead NOTED FOR MUM POKB MA1lf IyTe41 0.1. 6s'5 T4.K STpiMNe
Inned States turners I stives and friends and rarely UNDERSELLINGSOCALLED ::1 sO.ON it PFFECei 1C$ +.Le TO MSMsCJ
III bitiioo iinually for food,'between strangers. 1 CASH 6.T. T.lBw NOT TWi FOR waTt4.it.p1i1

clothing, drags, furniture appuaaces .i Describing a study of tarlous T41l ir6 TIRO.lt
and othei.. su. : DISCOUNT HOUSES 4T Fa+uq.452 OZ 1sT!
services aspects of homicide. be told the .It .. I
such household necessities.Al ,American Association for the S4e.ra.W. Me all,. far Delivery II EATING
-- Advancement 01 Science that y :::' 1 ,.. c..4it 'M
tor frtu
among 121 murders commuted,' kr--l -..-..l IM->U *>Ji- ..dl ........
RADIO in Buffalo from IMS-IMS only > bK. |. k >l H.|+eff..1. I I c
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of the victims Co West for flat Bcsf
U per cent were - - -- II
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Art Of An .
Making $;1

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George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. I I

-CASE ItS J. m tI R. tractive I

Young la an astute newspaper Buyers are quantity minded %* * "
editor. So are newspaper subscriber
"Dr. Crane." he began *. They crave
"would you mind repeating able copy I nuvralKArfOVcA'r
some of the And use "horse. sense, reld'i ?eenr'ro 3 2wv rate' ?'
paychotoglcalfaxiom > I
of fat-l FOR EXAMPLE, t I (
term to newspapertnen | quit column usually headed \
? "Test Your Horse Sense." .r
"You gave] r It offers readers "audience = T
some of them[ r participation for t list four
recently in] answers to each question, and ; :
your "Moth/a I the reader ,then makes his
lion' Test' but] own choice.
I know you] But some editors emasculateone A
have mention of the chief appeals of 1
e d many DR. CRANE this quit column How? I II
more" Well suppose you were
* playing IS holes of golf but
CONTRAST TTI'0 department your host suddenly stepped . . ..
stores, for newspapersare the game after the 3rd or 4th
realty department stores hole IYour INC H : i. BE.1nTiiEll6Kt!: LfiGpt
of printed merchandise score would be rela Wen ._. a xUwwl lulCttcRloRXli.
tt Store "A" has 20 counters lively meaningless since the K.T. (war ..... .. II..
on lit main floor white "B" "norms" for golf are bisect boons cull .,
hat 20: which should ring up on It holes with a score of .....ItiM.. "",. -L : :
more sales on the cash register 72 being par. Set.r4ey c-.
*? My quit column is based Mr H>a lint ...
Other thing being equal, on a total point score of 10,
the more counter showing with 14< being "Average 74,
attractive goods, will cause "Superior" and s-hS. being Ii
more sates "Very Superior."
Store "A" may have wider But when newspapers use I ,
islet (more white space: M only. 1 or 4 of the II questions '- .
newspaper terms) but the that rums much of the
wider aislet hi Store "A" do fan for the leader, since it BOB
ant tell merchandise kills the rest of competition. By ,
Some "arty" JovmatitH i Remember mod penile line I : -
worship white apace but N u to compete with the W point %
black print marks which are norms (par for the course). movie "How : / KEEP IT Z COULD YeKruwl
the salable merchandise that .* w thing up In (;( y KNO; '!
subscriber pay for APFLltD 1O jonwa tn, the movie," :
So fill your newspaper wfth tin means that tt H better
hi "Love With
A greater iMfffltlCf' Of tlttfiC to give adequate span to a cer." "An I felt T'HA'1.
the print features and you'll STRONG feature, a* per
disgusted! with "
beat the 1tiM apace" boys reader polls. thlll tO offer She plays a
every time assuming that two or three fragment ot plot who fmds
your feature are *",.. > at I different features after a thought)
Another common mistake ofnewspaper hence In the ti C V
I* to run "anon*
'InOWI" editedals or Mtsignedfeature MITroitu tt Q
t' 1fftM-
,# musician (Steve

[,1 Or v.4n Theatre la several big titles, school a the father newt that He d
upeHMendenu have ex*
Open *ilfSTARTS her. 1 -
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\:" 1 M r:.. "Dr Crane f AaVt know May N.
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- you were the author of that TWt to the
daily '""'"" Sense quI col the beat comedy
TONIGHTIIn. umn or I'd have assigned It long aeaaon. a IS
to high school etedenu long for the young
.go!" Kin a Mcx.\
Which means that educated hrlpfni Gregory
people Nice M have know a.. car, producer
........ .......... thorluet utnind their print and director
'1M'.4 "111JIMcs menu, may wen do ..
"' ....." mmfcandiMlacks Natalie Woo4.111trt .. 1 ,, sun
SysMadwty the a"s., H Aft II ai
that bear know guaranteed bout Low PRIZE"'A.. ..
c : asmwt Why Ctrancer" but } .
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SIC VII i : ;l i: Explains How

usl I \ Horror Into Films

_ anNot. : \ kua and vnid to tjat the sight. There "** a ....... hUmw
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to be AMre4 Hudtcwk't >. twin I.. inha to M har .aspla .ra
I.. .*. sun : : IhI," lied a* Ka sceUed back M is.canvas ..I> Thar* "aa the Phaliiltlphiai
lob .. Lucillt :.;... h the chaw on the set of his i huuk pnhhchar Sear C.nner>).
Hope c-" Boll 1 : newest autpeM ..... "Memw."'I.ho "ve har A job because ha
w.taw .. I It .as a book p>ihhih ig oMta*, und her dew.....; a young
"FANCY PANTS" ::- '- a Eventhwg must be m great with the wual array of deckstypewrttara .:|Won" of ewasUnt f."" u
.i*. AY at* easy dtcpUy* of bouksHa h*. ... ta imhanhec (Ouute
auccecud a .... AIMMc BUr). the aecmary to thnPnhUahsr'a
FAUIM.YMANJQAKNIWDQIMAHQ '*A.Nr n INC MANAGEMENT AND STAIF be mewl +shiftily. peoannaJ l managerhUnawe

i OF THEN Gigg. Tnt ( Hanlay). and the per.onna .
| maju.ar (fc John !;wnet
w* The giggle, tile directorwmed n ).
"te a tea of tharlfocUvenesa .
"Dwrmg these '*
OF LOVE Deep M ma lungtes oi VucaUn tourahed th*ancinnt. of horror. If at comes' HMchcock aa4 during a hKL
destined to baffle at exacOy the tulip point )'IUUcu '
th* rnnce ol tM goldsn cwuutnn n !"... show it
-.Lna.a a- puhhsher-f
nabons-and the .rtoww almost tear t*. a""iMhanoi j i
changing He
u becanuagMrewvoKed.
There but far tile
saying: grace: i
EXTEND af God, go I But it u ant I'." He know about ;
1iiiiIIIIISpW.J MUIBSGHCWANL.llULBRUnnER} kar| BIIt'" wanta her-4tka f
BEST ', ,SUES FOR ..1HAPPY For the next four hours.0).... Style and tetkm.jua am ,

Hitchcock deaaonuraMd on IU .:rout matter. here The camera
New ,..?, rul Cny aauad stale. dwMg snore iaaporunt than the
Pay taanf GEORGE interview asides. rahcanaland .IAI wde."
CHAKIRIS IIIrat I&. hia technMaua fw
HELD OVER FOR ANOTHER movie makwc H. candy SouLs Htfchootk: considerad the fear
I Hono HITS I. SHIRLEY AIU1E FIELD i at a acnpi. workmc hk. vmuUmous of many directors of shooting aHM
saow FUN-FILLED WEEK! conductor \KukotM a in .... the actors amuonary
!< in a fairly tmaUan
score To him, acton, ttoxra .
men. aIN are IM atmany '
....; .. muamaaa Massing Ideas Stressed
t i '. Nil commas to actors an'I "There u a miauad.rsaadingthe
\P ,I sometimes couched M the art hout moons pwuraa There u
r of humor that has beams huuuenubonal idea that people have! to bemows.
trade mark. Tone What ta important U
actress ha lays: that the Ideas must be moving.
soww ay or4r I cu shoot a movie in telephone
all TttO 'a1'tCHftIXI.ORe "1st u* have the doe's eye*. booth." a
+t a* though anticipating the
arNw a .....es .c r.'.ear.. buaumaa'a knife Huchmck gated eras the
large set-office toward men and
J To another:
I wonaen behind desks
ADDED FUN "Thia is the first tune you in the
background. He
invented a hit
smile He pauses and sale:
.. She smiled, showing an eva of dialogue:
I "Tatt me daddy, .Ut did
I.I row of n-bite teaih. 1 Auat have! "
A sea U Brads colt gleaming n tn* sac as ma read that some*'here." A vary you do today?
-N oww av to s. ontrwh.Nra pauiont touch the heights.Tresse was the ftopl o< oat +mcO.oe. I IP..s..u.r..N.. 'short pause lAd than: "iN "1 was" an actor in the

i I'i smiled and revealed a mouthful owersa.
WALT DISNEY of broken crockery" "What did you do there?"
a RJCHAR06ASEHARI B DEXIER Tail of I "1 .M a dark Stub"
SHOWS AT I :10.1:}7.':04. |:11CHILOttN CenOict Established
S0 fOt THIS ATTMCTIOM I r I: The scenes that Hitchcock was Five nuUun tana of steal go
ALL dtrecuog eatabttthed the basic anmuBy into suck farm items
I THE II J contact introduced u machinery trucks, cars,
WulaTS A I the major characters.I teaming and building manaL

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, I... 1. WM 8SB

DEAR ABBY AE11111E PTA I j Ef rrWUl ? NE'sgTtut./
. y few aRstRO MY5V85TIWTE ( THE f'ART .. r
Whof your problem For pNNtAS

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Human loa 116Nb" -#I ....", ENt Et / U c

Punching Bag HJb/CeM" end Includ* evttop I

..If eddnwed tnnp.d e" s1Cr

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DEAR ABBY During a disagreement my husband broke because then I wont feel like I have to kin him goodnightI
my nose and lave foe two black MUS'l5E GLAD tli YO'DONEYORE6STAW'NOW AM HMVT COMMA
eyes and I couldn't to a
Io really try to pay my own way but the boy never lets me.
family Christmas get-together became 1 Iidn1 want have kissed TO GO,OLE 1465 MW' RrKINaOIN SWAP NO YEARS WIF
my people a few boy goodnight but It wttnl because they
to see me looking like
that. He's really not a bad goy, Abby to the movies Do yon think I thoukt pot up n TiMEr YEARS M SWAPPN"YARNS.
harder YEAR f MM4AMEqlrSON1
J steady worker, drink only Oft weekends, and be'. good fight when a boy want to buy my ticket? And b ft ? :
to the kids. But when he toes hit temper, I'm the one wbo okay to kit him goodnight if I had an especially good time?
gets H to the neck. Don! ten me to leave him because rYe FIFTEENDEAR I .

tried ft and rm the one who crawls beck. I love this guy, but FIFTEEN: When a boy unite a girl te the movie. d.lt
need a few Pointers on how to keep him from flapping meround. be expect te boy her ticket, and he ahooUnt nave te pot up 1
a fight te de ae. Donl eentae a "thank JTM for a tevefy eveHint -,1
SLAP HAPPY with a kb*. A kb meant "1 like ye*." And "thank ; w ,
DEAR HAPPY Any woman who gets lapped awnmT ...." mean I enjoyed nyidf. 1f
mere din rice either flgwes she has M coring, or the tikes *
K. Practice yew trot work and learn te deck. DEAR ABBY! Why are *o many people hocked when IWE

they put -R.SVP" on Invitation and two day before the r I a ,
DEAR ABBY What time do yon think an linear-old girt wedding or party or whatever ft te they have to start caning SSLL". : t
should go to bed? This wBl settle an argument between my up the Invited guests to ate if they're coming? m bet if yon e -- --
mother and me topped 109 people on the street and asked them what +
nE hOdoea
THE GIRL "R.S.V.P." meant, they couldn't tell you It stands for "Respond I CANT WHAT NTA cwn.ll TMs is uW
DEAR CIRLt She shovM ga to bed whenever bet mether 1f'Oll please," In FRENCH and how are we supposed THE RDT IN I SEE. MER O i DOCTOR. ELECTRIC NlLANKEf.ts0lfrlllM
says she thmrid. And THAT shavld MUle ON argument to know French? If they bad put down "C lL US UP AND SAW TEMPERATUREREADS
TELL US IP YOU CAN MAKE IT and then the phone number C r J
DEAR ABBY Yt'bN. ley asks: me to a night movie my It would make a lot more sense .. .

mother gives. _me money and tens. me_to.-boy my own ticket.- PLAIN. TALKER ,., (
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VMS ..... The exile orianiiiUm Mid u Invitation from President rx ,
.- :Family Affair pretture it put ca waken to Charles de Gaulle to be a guest
a rtew make ample depntm in the government of France on his April 11-301
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t i!== ;, ::.a.IOUOnQ 'Tue.-day. l |worker ita.t cant withdraw depot:: OXFORD I II I.AiY I.I I.

An. t Average deoouts by 2 million
At UU decUred Or Ger-
.Jt--- IIII&d Falk of the SUM lUuverMiy -(i worker, the report taid. are W LUMBER I
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'jwluca takes pUce; between relIiauve NOTED FOR 1 M C'LAIJG YwrE Ml PONB MAKE i.N /:. DET5 T.eC.R DTDMACHJLLt3
elUted Slates sod meads and rarefy 1 UNDWJELLINGSOCALLEO T"' .a.QN irk PeeaeerCEOT To NQe. ,
Its bll duos annually 'between etrangerL"DescrlWng 1 CASH ./ Tub FOX YA.ayh.atC
study of varioua oQ1t W'i R'6 TIMEIIUET
clothing deep a 1
_ces, senses )I aspects of homicide, be told the ..... .. WI 1.11. DISCOUNT HOUSES 1 / 0eI FINIsEP: oRhart

such. household American AtsocUlmn for the u. '495':: I Ne flea.a far Delivery 1 1 DATING w
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I 12 per cent of the victim were hq 6..M.H..n 10", r.1n_.u._. .had. _w Go West for TBO Zest 1
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u LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. Jan. I. III >M

Oeeehis. Y.g. M/AMel 01IRIMLr

Freeze Recovery Biggest Story Alfred PlanningBig -

II Things For 1964LAKE

In 1963 In Polk Ridge District ALFRED lake Alfred manager In March to succeed

., despite Itt size b planning ., George Walcott, who resigned. OZ
big thing for 19M. And tf A faulty water system caused

By JOHN CARROLL lar plus storm sewer and re- on the commission by defeating 1963 was an indication of effort, some trouble In Lake Alfred

I Ledger Staff Writer paving project to eradicate George Flack Sr., a three-time Mayor James Telford and city and cries of water pollution

WINTER HAVEN Perhaps flooding conditions caused by candidate who never was successful manager Donald HarUfleld and brought about the firing of a :

the moat Important story to'heavy rainfalL This project Is as a candidate. other city official* will get the city employe who protested that

come out of the ridge country still going on, but residents especialty A budget for t'lsca1196U4 wa various endeavors started he did no wrong. The system

of Polk County In 1963 was the motorists know that the proved by the Haven core: October has been worked on and aU II ,

recovery from the big freeze inconvenience of detours and mission. The budget, based on a On J4 the town council well with the water.A Ai fltallN er

that an but ruined the citrus potholes will end soon. millage levy of t J mills amount. adopted a fiscal budget calling Chamber of Commerce was

crop In December of 1962. The New Manager Hired ed to I14M.OOO and Included pay for IJ95.898.Jl baaed m 1mini. organized by several businessmen.

i bounce-back to near normal C. C (Cliff) Ryan formerlyof raises for most ctty employes. 1 JtfI ipse S + ,
htrs she.an h t sad
conditions re-established the economic Punta Gorda was hired .1 The commission also approve) A new police ember was purchased Decker Wins Seat nw n 't Ahirad

I, picture and proved the Winter Haven city manager In a site In Orange Shores Subdivision along with a new'trash P4e a.. a.. sditvA.ra.na tent heed '
I, staying power of thousands connected -. September. He replaced O. K. for the building of a new truck and a fire truck. The council voted to stop answering
with the Industry. Armstrong Jr. who resigned fire station. The land cost the A beantlficaUon program was fire calls outside the
The recovery was evident everywhere under fire and later was hired ctty 111.000 plus half of the title started with the help of the city limits because tt was too WtATHtR rOfttCAST-few* b ..,cHJ Nr. TMT'S ntfM to ft* ...*..* end

especially last month as city manager of Waco, Tex- !search cost civic clubs and the city. Dead costly and took the protectionout .. .... awtk.ta end e..r plasm ..._ "lie .... Ie is ....-ct Iw Me sorb m.MI .

when the retail stores were Exposition Moved citrus and other trees have of the ctty during such fire P.clfM e.ed.ro. It.15 N s.ld.r M IN a.nhser .seas k. IN astral anB.e.t

Jammed with Christmas shop u.Ryan arrived Just ahead of a A study Is underway to relocate been burned or f"!e moved. the Alvin town Decker council won and a seat Samuel on Hi* Mffe*.
pers. Even the spirit of the holiday new city commissioner, 3 D. the present Public Safety Adjustment Beard Started DeVito was reelected to the
seemed to take on Hilt, who won a 2-1 victory over
season building which has been con Chamber president LeRoy; council: in the October elections U) BUILDING TRADES BUSINESS SERVICE
a new glow Roy Beasley. Hill was sworn In
demned. An oil company has offered Hostler and chamber member Now Lake Alfred face CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING '
In Winter Haven the city commission along with Mrs. Virginia Foley everyday 21 RNftap 34 Uwmnewsrs Service
to buy the old bonding for .
are striving to beautify the town problem, such .
undertook million dol Miller, who won her fourth term c0ntinued .... ........
K2.500. But the Jail, the police o DIf&"" 10 alA R&PArRa 0" .n
U. S.
wen 17-12 streets IltOOflMl Y
aa at Highway : improvements a In T M lkX *M cod mt M, Prw -
and fire station and municipal RATES :-'a. . . r :: Otwt ::
through the city I better water 1'1 t e m more sits._ sro.tminrtal Co._ ? Vii MSHp.tn ftarM. iweesi
Auburndale To Have New court most be relocated before A board of adjustment was park and recreational areas at _..:..:'-J"tr ': : E8 ..; ". .. sees.. mu 2430L
ft can be sold started to take of the lakes and rMtt -trr"*.-
tome continued indus
thai Mtnkwm. Cher WeWANT .. .
I 4 Mint 37 Msttrets ltna'stli>
The city also gave hs blessing load off the council and to give trial growth. ,IP.i! w"!t OJ1Iro HIM. |

Type City Government to a plan to move the Floe more and better 'toning for A new building 'la the making tt1 .!... 24 Plnf.-Sffttt MAP RU'8 1U".nlOO l-
ida from Ms a] Sun. 'II a.u rn.a Melissa -
preterit Lake Alfred. for the Bank of Lake Alfred, di I. 13 I IusClAd MoABl Lt,1'O FA .. .. o. gene MT1 a-.HL
location near ctty hall en Third I ,
Hartafield was city a new super market Is .ta1a i rcHtIi.1r'f
AUBURNDALE The yea t,governing body of Auburndale.1 Street to aa area near Lake built and business Is brisk.being .. \\ :: Maas aMt! onmeAAAlt'RD nitts ,'usYy hN "UnNL 2-05>,I.Me :;. 49 Wtfls -fewsi
1964 will see the city of Anbumdale lost a court decision Lotu. The city will take over the D1AN.AT un ..
In Its battle to annex the and W. Haven .OAL AOVJUTISSMSHTiMl "' Ir Ii t+r ",_A MQosVM ten 1.17 "nollFns Mr.n *,,. ttll
operating under a cttymanagercommission old buildings a $17,000 mort Phone MU 6-1151 pa w..nnave.
$1) million citrus industrial C 11_ Maul w : nor N tw
wit) gage.< The commission gave Aeevt M.iee.1 Pei..I V Nt.k
setup, I .
plants, but has authorized attorney ft,. an..et. AD DUOUKI
five-man commission and anew I $2S,000 to the citrus Exposition Board Meets . st tlw PWk ftm| a.N..r; M -
Frank Jr. and OPMT as
Stanley to help It relocate. 4 a- AmtUr. wni toe 5tN wows N Ig kf.. OTIM..
mayor. his associates to continue the M tau off.... st A--, O IMP 4eoi.s 5a.4sp .en
The new year wiU also see a battle by appealing the cvui1sdeckiaL Construction In Winter Haven Ill seta PLeie Aranm, UA. r: "A ...
was headed lip by plans for aIJ.aftIt Tomorrow Nut*. FVrVIa M WMHXMIU, dear.M I PLACE YOUR
continuation of the battle to I condominium u, ISO M t-e p.N..e ISPof sole sana..r ww.M
annex the nearby citrus plants, MN4Ap misstate see
Sixth Street NW additional tee :: tr.4MSepna .. .
Drain Fashed .l
Program ; .tn.r aIM
a new sewer drainage program: I WINTER HA VEHTNfer Win -..... .. +.rMtr -
and more effort to remove substandard Former Mayor Jones' beautiiffcatlon hangar at the city-owned airport Haven City Commission, ""'--r.w: e.aarys :lh.- ea.NlS": ,
the huge Southeast Shopping : vu mt.L WANT AD
; tAtTtloa
buiWtnja wider the program designed todean Plata oa Cypress Gardens which usually meets on the a t.OAIO AftftnCIATtONAStO ........, r.:: at:: II I
present beauttficatiofi program up the slums, tear down; first and third Wednesday ofthe C 10HKWOH, T.. .A
toad plans for a new bankopposite oee.a. I
; ry.we eat
Aeburndale, opposed to legal'old buildings and plant shrub- month, will meet tomorrow tt.... w w w I
the new shopping center
saw of alcoholic beverages 1ft beryl end tree I* progressingrhe : puns for the 307 room Cy because of the New Years not Ice 0 ceeotTOAj TKI UkTura LtD$1MTU IN THELAKELAND I II

the May iefeiendtfm, was forcedto program started In recent i .5heraton facility overlookng Iday. duos','N COURT TMs COUNTY fig I
months, hat already made a preN The meeting Is art for I:)t 'N AND ien'
RO along with the county Gardens and a HL' COUNTY 1'0'0'' LEDGER ;
and affowed two package stores marked chang to the cloy I posed IIH.OOO American Legion pro I.i m. at city han to the lackFiner I I. ae MAR...... N 6-1151
4 avaose.
t4 open The "drjr" element lfil Ctty manager Bruce Canon AaditotIvm. 1 111in
the city protested, but so far bat set up the proposed sewer building near planned Lake Silver.for construction Many Included era 1oInOf'I'OW'. IgfO4a ,T. All .'...M_ asi tar..N.+. ANNOUNOMCMTS
to no avail except to bring program after merchants ta the build it a public baring M the wi 1'.ItotaI.' '.r D.a..Ms Mann I ON THE ECONOMICAL
new home added to the
about retoning that wM force downtown area nave complained parift& of one Mocfc oC Fifth 1'... aaa -... d yea' an hope LMI'" ,Na r
outlook. > ..
of water standing ta the streets lag Sueey IE, between Avenues lit.,e.Umd. rN M dst4-.5I .and. > Ingis
a grocery store to stop seflmt Memorial Fend eu. draMMi ..hl beer and wine near a school and running Into the More Begs N andO. ..IS. .1.tmm tloe _... M MAin and church This IKJ program wffl bestppea The cy eommlssloa rAsyed A request for a boat ramp I t.*MTtMOW.w fUCMAKU aiirixiit A. ,ttHOKHON t !!>. nf: 1 Pen. *! Netke 10 DAY

up la 1W4. Canova was a plat to move the Winter to be installed ea the nonk side sesoy lass at .11. emu ..ss.. Q -
Mayer Ls.es Job elected president of the Pulp ,tave Sbuffleboard dub from of Lake Elbert MIl be dIIfIe4. Oran Sims, at nsinou. PM14e. w u. .aS Don wf1"'f.
we.eS ...
eta 'al-slop ,, 9'
Mayor Fred lone, elected by Bounty League of municipalities Avenue A. SW at Fifth Street to ta.un.n Is, teas. -... N w. :": :kV'i, ;:':

the people, tort his Job tinder M IK and has been active: In the sky recreation area near The commission. will hear a laws. MAM.of 851.. t::'e PsMlnati.tenon err e.: ILl OA-on. a... i-7 RATE

the new ovtrofntDt&] setup and the many undertakings of that LAu Silver . A memorial prop to acquire more land 0MM silt 5. iianise. emt lava.t -"0.w, iz_., .r ..,.,
the new mayor wflt be elected organteaUonAnother und was started at Winter for the enlargement" of Lakeside Hats.. Ito,sa..o .., ne..n an, .....I.i II "'N ..
t.me "l-
this month from among the plan for 14 that has Haven High School to memory cemetery and Will also M.L n.ot Mena M tloe.M slave.....rearMe. .I ::"'.':.' ....... en IT COSTS ONLY

present commie.... Jones was bee given the green light In of former' etttdcnt Robert ftren* best reports' oa the Lake Uwndostrial ...m..;s-..:..=. : eY..u.r .. .,...-- ......
defeated by Wttham CrAM 1ft Avburndale I* to connect the
a bid for a owntnttaioii seal five lake there by canals sad accident. Sue Crowed and TIlt oppoktmest III a second t'A r .-:: -:: ":::- .r=
notes rtgwxM
Jack Tamer MM redecUon .i th w..or-bkN. M Winter Bon Hoftmeyer were"" nomad. the aheraate to the etaiming boa... F. =: 4OY2
...... ttr":2.., t
over two newcomer, and Mrs Haven.New. outstanding student at Winter the repr Ovda CaldweU was married pI"hIM Improvement Haven niP for IKJ. . the Colt, Bvrke Clouds and Mr A .' f'" !f1'" M
Tanta ., ,
and has give up her place oa> and drainage, along wKh tity offered the golf course asa Bowie Crawford to the """"- .- C-O"'TY.IUD.CI.L pLOAto&t.tacu.oLIC X ..'A:1: _. PER DAY
the commttstait Sbewiflbere* bautttst/o. and tie itnimaUoa P
placed by a commbttoner' to move era rtmaw as tmmnant County Jonlor CoUff . HL .. Kent oa Che agenda. I. c- Ace.P onus Ns.i o..t. N iilr., .: ,,:r. ..... ....W M FOR A 15 WORD AD
be stamM by the others mica the, vratocu durtat $ (Slim) SvmmervAe was The conuussMi will also dii- .IIiICIAMDf aT oDtol.lsrtLasA AM 0 .14 04044 en.... so:-.t.
elect* AmertcM Lams com CUM a reciprocal pUa for g sj> nunuCDCKKAM n. I l- t; 1.N'i"flint 9.a .

Haines City Will; Seek mender The police la Haven.department bilged era! bsfldllg contractors exam. w. ............. BUILDING TRADES' DIAL MU 6.1151
tnaUona, which lIa eo qty-wideLauderdale '
TlfeN Ark W"T '
I to keep tine peace between udfna.... 7 : :r
., W. tlnt'HlII.4)j k. TO START
striker/ and Ron-strlUr and e YOUR
More Progress 1964 new empta)** at the Central .t'w.t ......... A.....-aMtt9U.. .ro=...- :-=

rrkpnone building vandals M;eem...Ie .. RESULT
rw4 tt>*l awn
HAINES CfTY-Uke M many The downtown redevelopment destroyed much telephone equipment hr de.pa .... IM r.... FuM
other ITorida commuiuiMS attic, program designed to beautify M the county during the 'came ran M u. ...... .MMto. aa.t X44 !
tans w that . . -
leg to find the road to progrm.more and Improve the center of thecay strike.Th Police Arrest is-eseod iv ...... pop at.r Seta_ .M
industry and irenquttMy will cost the cloy: Geesy Goes .'tC I sensor seta asiu*.1 d.rMMN r

at coy ball HaMea City bad a but amen federal aid sa.eoe'l NAACP held a lUll 3 In "mow": M Ta0/AU* .IMTMi** *MtHMCStr MM 4. _ I IN THELAKELAND !

liwly )'tar.DaftIIIIM2, but been given up as a .. meeting tn Winter Have without Slaying PT.. 1% u. MM..... I**.*.**

the city commie- uu..., the program baa hit incident, but during the I '" ..ws.a.........w..ads. poL iM retie sad w M. E mllKu LEDGERWhen ;

sin approved a IWUJJO budget nag. It may be started catty summer near riots forced the FORT LAUDERDALE (AP>- esn file. twa.a5..tP.... t'Ioota' aI.50..11op.... ....aawh Oltlffltt AM
based on a lOnMll levy. Some tins year. dosing at Lake Stiver for a Three met were Md oa murder t w ten ,w.n.w d sues I
of this money wW be used to The Grace Avenue Improvement time after several Negroes used chart today whfle police e er sae sAtG. Ltaa.r o
(f ?
step up the street paving and means barer drainageand die lake for swimming . the p-era dte de drainage program and powiW- wider street at a east icy Joumd the rest of the county cu&tud 4Wto+ staying '."..Ilium see h." MUM** MUMI Urn
tar .......
Ift PLM .
tty to get the downtown redavtlopment > of S1I.OM conk the dry paying ingoing "wet" end alcohol, AgrMtto. tIIII a ns ph You Need A

program launched one third of the cart. The property beverage can: now N purchas The body el the victim wu ., -riiiss.-

early this year owners wiU pay the ... .dover till counter or at bars found Tuesday near a canal to isasvfiFk.fc1-

Buford Know let, a 14-year eaatnderTraOer. . many who did not get U- Davit, a community soar her*.
veteran oa the Haines City Com- Park Dtovkwd nouN |jQIMd a p protest group H. bad beet shot M the brad ( KAL) u. 3O
mission, was named mayor in The sty owned trader park called the Pull County IUtaw- and cheat wHh dumdum butteu. ...t Y ystI t...wit
October to succeed Denial was a subject for dwruuwa ant and Tavern Owner Asaou' !>uttc* eau Dum dim bullets HrI1 ==:Owt:"'"'' BUSINESS SERVICE

lluirfcuon. who was oVftaled by luring the >'Mf. but the cummiutun I soon. are watched or ned on the nose si*

WiUum (Runt) Combs II a killed proposal to I Going "wet** after N years'to they will break apart rosin Nvs.6Tant. dUO'Cia, Of'.

runoff election in July close the park and turn the land .and the pnt.thiltty of getting Ii the body ca. .Ia. eAIetWW VVII, IN AND .0. POL'C.us 0r

Program Hits hag MHO recreation property junior caUege where coHen!damage.Ctrl. COUN CNANCsnv.auiv V Y.. fl.ol0A. IN USE THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE

Cecil Chapman and Ralph Commission Andrew Redly now hauls against par. bud Fried Qtud TO elll.T TITLE OFFERED DAILY
Sulnaker also won coromuuon was named to bead a committee .down as the two biggest stories Police continued questioning a vt&aT Asdear MVUYItItIT IN THE LEDGER

seats Chapmaa won in a rvn- to work. wHh the Chamber ..for Winter Haven dunng 1M3 girl friend of the former Bndgejort. :w'Uf' I t CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS

tear Robert Neuletoaas more industry to move iwo the upgrade and the agriculture and 41. told officer Tuesday that TttuittTy'it. HVCTT.lOTICS t Auwrtal"INIkNPIp .f' tarp Is.btrtETa.

Mated city attorney to art*. Reilly has already held curus outlook brighter more retail Agnesta gave her his wallet TO APP-.l ) Sfi&CCE..UI, _'_% ---Tie tees_,..u.... . "+. w lDIn-r; ...-

succeed Paul Ritttr, .-ho resigned several meetings and has set store and a faith Ice the Monday night and told her tonoufy Inca' ,I st car THa'es-AT" o SET1 stew w r La.. ... ,",ar:. -z- 1.nMe
1X4 as a year for actu aa.I future. 1 M could be a* even police that bt feared for .,, -NN I

greater year for the cfty: and .his bfe. Officer said she did TonTTiw Hddvwrv.T.en. ;:... I- ,, Mete 1..1raJ.jjliU .hog A ,tem,sw .. t'

nmet r owns Also being questioned were .... .Mt .44TM* to ,- AI>1) ....... _, ,.. .awa...titid
Self-Help To Be StressedIn I M.SMay w_ Qu -: .r. \:!; -
11-year-old Henry A. Bowman 4)(1)1'0. AS WBkMHr twin =. 4atlTnW.e "-" taU
I Robert F. M .... ..- /.two. a.a .. o .. Ytt S i*' P YArtst .
Gmnvdl Tenn
Jox FireCause of .. ." ... .
'" ;);
Latin Alliance PlansBy Johnston 32 Boston, Mass, and ..... e .+"a.di... s.jPIC"'f1 'bongnca
Chart Newton M. Washington. kD TO. Aa IMWMM has lop w ; <1: 1i hsMd'ten.. 1'0& ..... ....bioi
.. .. Bali .
cUiwIvlilt aasiW
JOHN M. Not D.C They are charged with the _ so Ita sad au .. 1M E ..-. _, MU ; tw "P-".raa'
Communist world .. .. ., .
will be .
coo ........... d.arYd sawn, A.1Nt1 y rr. ra
WASHINGTON (AP) The taued, slaying. YI.aa M 15. Cst.ty .., rrlr n United States ia expected to puta I Economic: social and political Yet KnownJACKSONVILLE Police said two of the men That rust. ......so.1 Th.eh.......... .o.a'i A o Ass. 1..1raeUUUTOU ISI UDGLJcusslrul
and that third
carried a
pistol Jt' .
strong new emphasis on Latin- reforms have been major goals .errs .s.saa.N, ss.al.d.N veerede.ewi.ee.. USa

American sell-help under theN of the Alliance for Progress aid (AP) The gun Agnesu'wa* found home ia where bushes the outside three .at .."."..'liavN..... .. t5.a. a l'ity neon.t X 55.41.1..***tress a*>* wsype.- aid Y.
approach to the Alliancefor : program since it was launched actual cause of the tragic Rooce- NrdboITqlard hwy t. lli1. =u uv lera L..Nad .. SInk,

Progress being developed by'by the Kennedy admInistrationalmost veil Hotel fire that snuffed out were arrested. City .1 rq ;;.;;..N tri e -4"f"i"'T;. SMI ss4IrW TTU '-' _..... S t1
the Johnson administration. three yean ago. 22 live Sunday still is a mvs- '1IIbr a.salbM ..; Ash Sat CaversM.OM re.r ", a.ww.w+... w'Iwi.ual

Assistant Secretary of State Alliance 11-Year Program ery to investigators. :n..crII. 01 Black 15l S r.(W l5.erase tot- o U"D 6 AUTO ..., ao_. t=h\.TOJo'' s..w'n'Mit l
Thomas C. Mane, President I The alliance was set up as a Mathews, Karl >..( A44UMH laTMH 15. r-t' Ya'a wtrwa u.\,_J."lI'....I ui LUU' _
Johnson's hand-picked Latin- 10-year program with the Unit estimated el MvlWrrr. tell fuU. ... N .rrSLS
Klurtda. IM M ma' .w1h Car atlnKl ..
American policy boss is reported ed State to contribute: HO billion renovated hotel at around KM-I Leading Field *>'..- Owl ergo iMt. 'k last till ; c-..", '" .It .n
planning to do everything ontk l.*ar .... tell ftlMM __ ..ryMis.La.r .
over period to the development 000. But at a news eonferetlCe.1 IMftk MM ..*! US """ .. MHII1- MIa '.e
possible to encourage tax and of Latin-American fire Marshal E. C. IML UWBC Bank Sr era( '"
land reforms ia the LatinAmerican countries. said 'In Contributions ante rot I* lk. |M.>.UI, .. h*. POOIoI L.. Ii I:Do ..........::
I still to
experts are trying -.; rfew .I.I a .t.ak.la .
countries: and the creation Under Mann's direction the pinpoint the actual cause of the Ad aIooa a ........ ., lad 17ACL .e. .. !m',t. w s. .= I IFOIIL.

of stable political and economic,alliance program is expected to blue TALLAHASSEE (AP) Sen. led 5.tw.........,........., R..1It'ua4 AY"i'f .. .. lt "04.'.IMwlTfMeeting" .. Q... aII
conditions necessary to promote place less emphasis on the time The blue U known to have John Mathew Jr. of Jacksonville a.e0aay .. ,.......: 4'" r.: .', ..... I'e.H NMe. F-(1 ;:-.. 1vN.tlu

an inflow of private capital goal and more emphasis on the started in the ceiling: .fII the and Rep. Fred Karl of Day. ::-- C o f Mock a :r UiIIM : Israllurs ;

Mann is to be sworn in to his work that has to be done from main floor ballroom in the hotel tuna Beach held the lead todayin lIra. ad ewnl ...44.1_ ... JCO alUDa __ r..aw,. '''- & ,
Ts.u at aiuiiMriT Pale ) WWwy Psr.un. '- ui- :' : I.t .::..... curry, .-
He most } w
new job Friday. was day to day in Latin America to Hot gases and smoke rose filling their campaign war 1t'1urWa; "" th..... r *" :
ambassador to Mexico achieve results the fu ..' . JS I'. ...f't. Wa jVtornonowii I-I. !
recently over long through the 12-story structureby chest for the 1964 governorship Koutl- .co ve 4} frl Inout I !
...... of ... ......
and is a career Foreign Service air shafts Burn of a ; Ihe.s. _, J
of with JUCT
way containing race Haydon !. St 1101\11: ca.aa eA'or "T' '
cut 11(11
officer. ture.A special committee; of government plumbing and electrical COlIuil& Jacksonville not far behind. thru. 4Hilk W**' a..t l, M fr.t 4* it: *,km:u'Mlt.-:1 .- asrtL..a.N I a fa ...,". ster.Y.... .rLeaN ,
Gives (rl. lk_* Burlk S7'4I' _..,, ....101.' ,...,1 1M 1s'LW Dotal Mil
More Authority officials now reviewing The financial of PWtts.d I'Ot I. line
new reports I:'" list. ....... nnrtk M%..' tto n _. peer
Along with the position of assistant the whole U.S. foreign aid' 22 Died the three Democratic candidates .. ...Tt 1x4 to UM point uC

secretary: in charge of program probably will recommend Smoke and gas caused 24 filed Monday showed that Ma oemded Yes. .n4.wok of you .r. mil !
Latin-American affairs he has that the alliance be separated deaths. One woman fell from II thews had received a total of rid lk.t a Dull !. yaws Till laIk

also been designated as a apeclan from the rest of the aid operation window on the seventh floor and'$17.494 in campaign i gift .rise.dwnkoa..ta. propMljr -.. .c
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assistant to Johnson an assignment and put completely; under aa assistant fire chief died of a through last week. Karl bad received ....... n4vlr4 u *.n. a copy soysr IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED

which gives him in- Manna supervision in the heart attack. Sixty persons were $15,695 and Burns $11.685 fJatattir..n...r......ucc.Ik*..Coanplftlut.. R. PHILIP, MIk L... _ _

creased authority in dealing State Department. The commute : injured but only a few remain Karl wa ahead in the amount iADTOCK.' US Eut Uiu >>..-..
with involving agencies is due to make its recommendations far in the L ..... .toruU. aid fll* th. ..-
problems lospitalued. of spent so I"O
money .
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outside the State Depart to the President by I McDermon told newsmen that campaign. He reported an outgo .... Court .. w b far* tkSStk a dasijic tje+s

ment.U Jan. 15.Mann. I file inspectors often can deter- totaling $5.444. Mathews $3.467. day tka .allaiKtiaiw' Jwuwrr, el IMI.tea oUrvkw MiOMUab Dial MU 6.1151
is understood that Mann is also planning to start mine where a blaze originated Bums one of the newer candidates >t wW 5. takes M eonMcllUv "OC

does not foresee any basic ,within the next few weeks a 'but after it U burned to such again reported no spend I,..''nIiI.... ...ur. ....... toe psWlb.d
changes in U.S. Latin-American I country-by-country survey of Alliance a degree it would have to be an ,tan sack ...k tar lust IU ra ASK FOR CLASSIFIED
policy with respect either to the I for Progress programs educated guess as to what Ken Folks of Orlando. the single I daer.* a VMk nowuxuxr. !. tk*In LckeUndt oiwtmldnuUtiu till

alliance or to Cuba. projects I expenditures and expectable caused it." announced candidate for the.; te Holfc ruunl: KUT U.IMied LI.r .

I The basic strategy of tr'ln'lto results in all the La "If we can come up with a Republican nomination has reported I'**. lea-ins lith erassl im'ia- LAKELAND

Isolate Cuba economicallyand I in-American countries where true reason, we will give it. but virtually, no spending ol /" r> H. St. )AV, IR, LEDGERIf

/ politically from the non IIt the Uiaat* operates. we will not guess" he said. contributions. j 111.. (.Ir.1,. letcos Court _

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21 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Jan. I. Hit '
I I New Product Highlight Of Florida Agriculture YearGAINESVILLE

Marshall Space Flight Center '(AP) Flori barring any more severe try. There are now 120 thoroughbred million to Florida's economy Dr. R. V. Allison, who spearheaded .
I da's freezes. Lawrence said farms In the state To of each year. the breeding of
agriculture was highlighted
( I them in Marion County. This The of Florida's 20 the plants Sansevierla, said It
The saw eradication of University
Year At during I96J by the commercial year MO produces II material that can repl.ce *
Spent Drawing Board,beginning of a new product anda the removal Mediterranean of Quarantines.fruit fly and group Is already contributing contributed agricultural to experiment the progress stations of research Manila hemp. The plant Is
remarkable bounce-back by the a relative of the ornamental
I KUNTSVILLE, Ala. -ThMarshall development operations and anindustrial Is valued at more than IH mil the state' leading agricultural Peaches were the new crop of Gov. Connally during year. known as the "snake plant,"
the with some 1,000 to Several new varieties of plantswere
J Space Flight Center operationsThe lion.Construction Industry. year and has experts predicting a
spent a busy 1961 but H was Saturn I program reached planned at the Cirrus, king of Florida agribusiness 4,000 acres replacing citrus, an bore including t new lu good year.
mainly a preparatory year In another milestone in December center for the current fiscal was knocked from his estimated .000 acres of peaches Will Not Attend pine a new pole bean and An a The state's vegetable" Industry
large moon rocket development. when the first ndustry-produced.year totals about S2S mflhon. throne during the early days ofIK i have now been planted in the disease-resistant hot pepper.trials and win continue to expand with
with most activity confined to Saturn I Booster, the S-t-0, Marshall currently employs ) after I record breaking" state. Cotton Bowl passed released experimental the marketing problems evolving on
the drawing board and about 7.220 civil service work' I Facing serious'problems. were by experiment Individual basts
very which will launch a meteroM freeze killed 70R01cres of cR' peaches are an crop
little on the launching pad. I satellite, was officially turned'ers, compared to IMO a year rus. Another 150,000 acres were including marketing AUSTIN tea CAP) Gov stations. The watermelon market hi
There were several highlightsin over to NASA by Chrysler ago. The civil service payroll In severely damaged Ralph H. Sharpe peach expert John Carnally announced he!, A new watermelon varietywas 1961! provided disappointing during
this third year of the National Corp. 198 totaled (85 million. Fred Lawrence, cltrfculturisl with the JTorida Agricultural would not attend Wednesday'i I developed and will be released early and mid-season, but
Aeronautics and Space AdJ experiment stations Is working Cotton Bowl football hen, as soon as teed can be for JI"OI'm'I1ritJI law
Marshall Space Plight Center In addition about 1200 contractor with the University of Florida'sAgricultural game picked up
ministration's facility. I officials point to the following employes a gain of Extension Service. to develop varieties that will between the University of Texas made available. crops.
They Included the successful as other signs of growth:: some 1,000 over 1962 are working said optimism and wort has bear fruit before South Carolina and the Naval Academy. A tough fiber that may become
launch of the fourth Saturn kvehklel -About 400 workers more for the center here with an paid off In a recovery of the citrus and Georgia peaches flood CorniaDy. who was wounded I I an Important domestic Samuel Compete served as
; extensive engine development -were added over the past year I estimated payroll of 130 million I industry much quicker than the market when President Kennedy wai I source of rope and twine was developed president of the American Federation
; Saturn V moon rocket with a payroll increase of nearly .I Marshall's planned overall predicted.The Another agribusiness gaining assassinated Nov 22 wilt be al< and released by the Everglades of Labor 37 times, missing
development; award of the ten 110 million. budget for the present fiscal industry will be back sol momentum during the year was his old home of Floresvule,, Experiment Station at only one year In that atTics
ter's largest development con -construction underway here year Is_about SM_billion.' I idly osj H* feet within five,years.. the thoroughbred horse indus Tex over New Year's_Day Belle Glade .from ISftt onto his death.
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tract: and a major reorganize -

tion.SA-4, the fourth successful Dine Oaf Economically
launch of the Saturn Iin a row
March 28 from M wAittnwi ovwTAw-ewui '
flew Cape perfectly KennedY. GLEEM Tooth Paste .

This success strengthened 1Mhfpe T-BONE
for success for the first Contains ct.- o. aria /
t rocket
Saturn early
two stage
in ISM The rocket's second STEAK flSfrepertd YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS Mind*dcMMt at Ufltria ttfattt 59
stage, a liquid hydrogen-oxygen / fttf* Wtyl Ectra Urt e.b..
I powered S-IV stage, was fke tits HI
: brought to night readiness In way lea

I Aircraft 198J by Co.NASA's its. builder Douglas w Kn f until fffwvfrm C South Wed. Thou 8-Gnnre R"'e"

I, I Centaur proved In November al4, dm* 99 116 m OUR COMPUTE
that the liquid hydrogenoxjgen **( SaMttdraU. HYDROGEN S1.87 Shave Duo
tow mitt GROCERY
can Ig
fitted In engine Centaur's engines Wed. tfcrv h*. II A.M. VI CW* rei .f 1 sale.
space. Sun. Sale
Kentucky t
-Pratt and Whitney RL- IUo t feMrrad to Lima QuenfWM i j PEROXIDE. . ,, -50
10 power pt.nu-.re the same
propulsion writs being used on
the -otv. WoDISCOUNTS TWIN L -
10 l0
A milestone was passed m BAN PACK etIM
the development of the world's I / f I wAUassns
most powerful rocket engine, -- MNMMMel.
the F-i. when the first produc Roll On Deodorant P. Ca
We'r ss ion it..l. K..wpwt.rsl Car Pbn..eMM game rite..la
lion model was delivered to the
center In late OctoberMarsh.R
test engineers fired 5 9cCREST
the 14 million pound thrust engine Reg. 98c sloe Dt I i Rcf1. stair
several times In December
at a new center facility 3I.
Another giant of the propulsion ro rANTISEP Antihistaminic
world the J-2 liquid IIyd.noq.arn THROAT AIDS
engine, passed L Cooj Syrup
Its first extended duration -j'l .$ ogAM.f ruroito gdsg..s 5INUSIIL 7 0
ground test In November when W4.se .w4.si.g.
K performed successfully: for Tooth Past family Slit VITAMIN C r Sun."Flat .
more than eight minutes. Fif After 1e ,'' C
50 FREE tuners raw earl
The J-2, developed under 96
center direction, will develop 52c 51! FREE N {
240,000 pounds thrust and power Reg. 83c AYTINALyifcmlM
top stages of bad the Saturn GERIATRIC
& MUwrdt
IB and Saturn V rockets.la DritUg KAS&L, WST{
March NASA signed with N..ii.rlbut 3 somi'nanrfa
9 W
the Baring Co the largest con oats.. f.Wyl 399 n dti..iwt wAE6 tEM .. ,. ., t09

tract trtdUMJKT ever outdated sward at the*cen* I VICKS us, TOTAL $ .NTOTAL {.. 0 ,. .c at kBs upid.Jf.f.1..

prtma and lint production etajce.NASA Contract. for of the developm Saturn V Yep Rob Ili .(. S2.98 LIVEK & IRON 1 a9!! r'.. ".'.'C ./.., ,'" A :ell D OWTKNT ail, SIC

.... .... ....
announced! a rtphastng "
16.M." :::
of manned' Bight missions c ahA 73 SOMINEX for
among the three Saturn d.... 49c 31 9IcCoiUftR'
vrhtttrs: Saturn L Saturn IB Reg. (HL 6ge 164% Safe Sleep
and Saturn V EUHIX (for Mi Serve
Principal chant In tile plaa Ca..eod TA UTt 4d>Vh U Dt.tt''a ... N.r Wr i.r iK, .... 1.U
AS..u., a I* .am.w .. r 119
Met manned flight missions In

teal elude Saturn tcceleraifcM IB/Apollo of tilt spacecraft cm B-C .r. 3 I I.:::.:.=J _.t-fW... w36_ 'i.P.414..w-ro" J

s ..
and deletion of alt SaturnI 'i'
phase vehicles TtM deletion '=- =- PAIN-A-LAY fir aama

of ffcltht the tavea Appolta/Samm SM m lwn I .manned POWDERS l lliYenwu! ........... .....- ....... /Jas .... got. ,'-

A major rtorganuatioej of the \ isesh sunsedis ....1 69'_ JI 1F! .I

Wrrnher center last von fall Braun relieved, director Dr Reg.25efr\ !I I . 0 <..f . !

and other lop offtcUli, of the. URL A for Ooni/UUN/ 0 0 !
day-to-day went of a greatly detailed expanded manag operauon DICALCIUM TWIN".CC 100' WAI.GIIUII' w+. .... .. -

conccMrat, and* permuted mart on them policy io|1 I I FEM PHOSPHATE Aytinal 1 Jr. ?=" J' ., := s.... ..... ... 63' VASELINE f"'

matters and technical ca.idt'etsn
T '. -Vitamins so Dr, ItMFi Flit PlWstirsut HAIR TONIC

Tbs'basic change of research Included and eeUblichment -1 Sanitary Napkin Box .l 40Reg. :::=';:o'79c -, r :' 11'1 ........ ........... Tee ad-q.....d89c

a ,.m* IM uiM lhse....._.d..$4..", 3 .: !, ..... ...... ..... ... 49c. ........., c.5-c5.. IU 4.55. 7 9 C

ConstructionIn 1.79 : *.y w_ OU*... nit.S ..... s. alle le 0..It.ne

Lake Wales ...


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LAKE W AU.S-Constructios a. fulZPRias : g iM..w4. .
in Lake Wales for the year IOUwas i 1
up mora than M per amt fa ;;.r u I
over ISO.Fifurta. 98' Listcrine 79' 1"7 8 S
released Tuesday' by -. __ .
city Engineer J. S. WhueaurM, 1"Gcusil! 1" Sl1U.aI.. I
show nearly 11.2 million inconstniction "wid
in Lake Wales ia., General Electric Save on $2.98 CORY Glass RUG 98c WEAREVER
1963, compared to tSOT.OOO in 69'
1963 **_?. SNOOZ-ALARM TOILET SEAT Coffee Brewer IFOflT79'.Bayer Cartridge PEN
There were i) new dwelling 3C009V.Ycwi.y.
constructed at a total value of 2" -.J"' .... ....,4 j i3uanwGes1N[
167-*. There were 11 new 311 Unicap v. :;:,.. _. 399 5.z" qt 199 1. .. 271 s : ? 77 C
welt .... AO 1-.ONLY69f -
business structures for I total of sad ....s .t.... .4
5390,01Toed were alterations
and repairs to II units for a tow Sweeta :59'
$180.477. _Y.S r._i.+..win..r..._____w__

1.? Seltzer ? 49' BEAUT-TEASE

Orientation Red Cross Plans 140Metamucil Super Savings on Cosmetic Needs HAIR BRUSH 98c PLASTIC

,- L MMlnairUcaMrtMastercratt CLOTHESHANGERS
Class Wednesday Sit

An orientation course into Dentu-Creme 43
Red Cross and Grey Lady work

for conducted anyone by interested the Lakeland.will be 69' Polident 59' .I BARBER KIT 99l
Mulberry Chapter of the American t
Red Cross at the chapter 59' Murine ',.49f ouua Y. +. ,rla,
house 302 Park Trammel 1iria _
Drive Wednesday I.1t ...,...t..." Crea j
Executive Director Mrs Mary Suppository 222 _ J eoz 50
Anne Campbell said the course. "
which will be offered from IJO:: DANA DelI.Hal rh OFF SI Slit EACH

a.m until noon and from 1 p.m. Derma TABU SPRAY Dorothy Gray Save $1.09 T F..w"
until 3 p.m.. is open to anyone Fresh 88' on

interested Cross work.in any phase of Red $.me COLOGNE riLipstick::; S2.58 Size u I 69
200 Toni I47 i
Persons interested in the ......... OhrIXWSH Y . Iti..cl'.. 1 ,
course: are requested to contact : 450 C faNw ky
2.00 Jut PerfectionHand
.3CC4MTfe. 4y N' 50 [URAD
the chapter house
Wonderful: 88 ltsa.I3+ send N.w MJr .
-', Cream SAVE ON BLACK & WHITE ....

HEMORRHOIDSFissures. Rinse Away 89' I Glycerine & Rosewater 139 I+.oli..d for a..o iMa PHOTO FINISHING 1I i '

other Rectol. Fistuloi Diseases and __ ____ I M Use WTWS.lddi.1.i.iJa..aai. Iw I ,'r ol cti tnm 4iym\ Fret Roll with t r

successfully treated b* 98' Brylcreem 7,9' 4s each niw roll
NON-SURGICAL All Over BODY LOTION 11XI 0 Special d vtlop d CURAD PlasticBANDAGES
methods.NO .
100 Secret89' .10th.UN0UNl1tJS..iimriwliv.li.12_. I w .

DR. EARLE RABB 200 LtoatMCreme BOOK MATCHES c Tdl.1.lw
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